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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTXATTD. DECE3IBER 27. 1914.
JEHY WORK HALTS
Rock Barges Held Up by Ice
and Men Want Layoff.
EARLY COMPLETION DESIRE
Dredging Expected to Start Before
Iong, as Chinook Has Xew Suc
tion Plant Crew Also May Be
Three Shifts in Summer.
Kor a short tim there will be no
rock dumped along the trestle of North
Jetty at the mouth of the Columbia
Kiver, a. shutdown having been ordered,
principally due to delays met with -in
the delivery of rock - because of ice
Jn the river ana trouble ia reported by
masters of -tugs in getting over shoal
places above Vancouver, due to low
water. It is said the force of quarry
men at Fishers were desirous of a lay
off for the holidays, too.
About the time ice became trouble
some in the river seven barges of rock
were on the way from the quarry. Three
barges were forced through and de
livery made at the Fort Canby dock,
but the other fonr were held for a few
days at St. Helens and they have been
delivered since, so there is rock on
band to keep the men going until Mon
day. The original programme was to
work during the entire Winter on the
north jetty, weather permitting, and
that has not been altered.
At present some rock could be de
livered, providing the barges were not
fully laden, but it would not be con
sidered economical. Quarrying has been
started at Cape Disappointment on a
comparatively small scale, but the ma
terial serves only to fill in with be
tween the large rocks brought from
the middle river and the quarry has
not been developed to an extent that
warrants it being depended on for ex
Shipping interests are desirous of see
ing the jetty carried to completion as
rapidly as possible so it may be ascer
tained what Influence the finished
structure will have on navigation. Re
sults during the past year are regarded
as encouraging and during the 1915
season dredging is expected to be start
ed much earlier than was the case last
season, as the Chinook -was detained
here for the installation of a new 30
inch suction plant. The vessel worked
at the mouth of the river as long as
the weather permitted and since has
been engaged Inside, where she is re
ported to be doing excellent work be
Astoria. It has been proposed that the
crew of the Chinook be increased next
year so that she could be worked ail
night in Summer, though for the past
two years she has operated with two
crews, digging 16 hours a day.
WAllTTA GETS FIRST SHIP
ETugboat Fig-lit Opens With Arrival
of Second Opponent.
To the Port of ' Portland tug Wal
lula fell the credit of wresting the first
prize from opposition tugs of the Puget
Sound Tugboat Company yesterday,
when she picked up the British bark
Kinrosshire, from Honolulu, which she
spoke 30 miles off the mouth of the
Columbia and towed her inside. The
vessel la under charter to load grain
and got away from the Hawaiian Island
port November 21.
The tug Goliah, which the Puget
Sound line sent to the river a week
ago. was Joined yesterday by the tug
Tatoosh, in command of which is Cap
tain E. D. Parsons, formerly a tug
master for the Port of Portland and for
the past two seasons an independent
bar pilot. The Port has the tug One
ofita outside and soon the pilot schoon
er Joseph Pulitzer is to go there, while
It has been promised that the Puget
Sound concern will send the tug Pio
neer to the river, so there may be spir
ited rivalry again.
PASSEXGER SERVICE STOPS
Arrow Line to Handle Freight Only
on Coast Via Coos Bay.
About the time the Arrow Line steam
er Paraiso was reported arriving at
Coos Bay from San Francisco yester
day, en route here, Frank Bollam, pas
senger agent for the fleet, received
news from A. A. Moran, manager at
San Francisco, that the company had
decided to discontinue handling passen
gers for the present on that vessel.
The Paraiso has been operated be
tween Portland and the Golden Gate
by way of Marshfield and North Bend
carrying passengers as well as cargo,
and with the steamer Yellowstone, a
weekly service has been maintained
for freight, the Paraiso being the only
carrier engaged in the passenger trade.
As the steamers Breakwater and Geo.
"W. Elder make Coos Bay weekly from
here and there are others steaming
there fr,om San Franciso, it is assumed
that the Arrow Line officials have de
cided to devote all energies to cargo
BAILOR EVJTJRED BY FALL
Cook' of French. Grain Carrier
Strikes on Ballast Log.
Pierre Le Dras, cook aboard the
French bark Pierre Antonine, was seri
ously injured at the North Bank dock
yesterday afternoon when he fell be
tween the ship and wharf, striking on
a ballast log. He was removed to the
municipal boatlanding In the harbor
patrol launch and hurried to St. Vin
A report made of the accident was
to the effect Le Dras was on his way
across the dock to the ship and when
near the edge of the outer platform,
stepped on a piece of coke, slipping
and losing his balance so that he fell
onto the log. He was unconscious at a
late hour last nigrht and apparently suf
fered from injuries to his head and
Special Agent Guy M. Watkins Is
Custom-Honse Man's Title.
Guy M. Watkins, for 24 years con
nected with the special agents' de
partment of the Treasury Department,
received a Christmas present in the
Way of promotion, being advanced from
the berth of a special inspector to spe
cial agent, a rise that arne. vii,i it
an acceptable increase in salary.
Mr. Watkins came to the Portland
Custom-House in 1904 from Puget
Sound, where hja had been detailed at
Seattle and Tacoma after considerable
service in the East. He was named
for appointment as special agent on the
recommendation of the supervising in
spector and designated by the Secre
tary of the Treasury. Since coming
here he has performed valuable work
DISORDERLY SALTS ARRESTED
Captain Jensen Sajs Trio in Crew
Threatened Ills Life.
Peter Olson, Fred Phil and Samuel
Jacobsen, sailors aboard the Hero, a
equ&rerigger that finished loading grain
at Montgomery dock No. 2, were ar
rested yesterday by Patrolman Gordon,
of the iiarbor police, on charges of
drunk and disorderly conduct, but to
Harbormaster Speier complaint was
made by Captain Jensen that the men
had threatened to kill him and that he
had defended himself with a revolver,
which he displayed, though did not feel
called on to fire.
Harbormaster Speter says the skip
per also reported that others of the
crew were unruly and refused to wor'k.
Sailors on several grain ships have
given trouble since the outbreak of the
European war, -as they dislike return
ing to the United Kingdom in such
troublesome times, even wnile signed
aboard a ship flying a neutral flag. The
cases of the Hero men will come up
tomorrow; and as the ship is about
ready for sea the men will probably be
News From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA, Or., Dec. 26. (Special.)
The Puget Sound Tugboat Company's
tug Tatoosh is reported to have arrived
off the mouth of the river, and will Join
the Goliah in' maintaining the opposi
tion towage service.
The Grace line steamer Santa Clara
sailed this morning for New York via
San Francisco, after loading about 350
tons of canned salmon here.
The British bark Kinross-shire was
taken in tow by the tug Wallula 80
THIRD GREYHOUND PURCHASED ON ATLANTIC SIDE TO
START IN PACIFIC COAST SERVICE DURING MARCH.
STEAMER OLD COLONY.
By the time the rush of travel is on between San Francisco and
San Diego, because of the 1915 expositions at both cities, the Pacific
Navigation Company will have the steamer Old Colony in operation
with the Yale and Harvard, so that there will be a dally steamer from
each end of the line, calling at San Pedro for Los Angeles travelers.
Frank Bollam, Portland agent of the fleet, has been informed of the
coming of the Old Colony, which was purchased from the New Eng
land Navigation Company. She is a 20-knot ship, built in 1907, and
is said to be handsomely furnished. The Yale -and Harvard also
came from the East Coast. . "
miles off the bar at V o-ctock this after
noon and brought inside a few hours
later. She comes from Honolulu, and
will load grain at Portland for the
United Kingdom. i
A squarerigger is reported outside
this evening, but her name could not
During the past few days five gas
buoys that marked the ship channel
between Astoria and Harsington Point
have been removed and spar buoys set
in their places. Pilots also assert that
for several nights scarcely a beacon
along the entire length of the river has
been burning. This condition has occa
sioned a vigorous protest from the
pilots, who say that, although the river
is now comparatively free of floating
ice, shipping is bound to be delayed, as
it is-practically impossible to navigate
the river at night, until at least some
of the lights are restored.
The tank steamer Washtenaw sailed
this evening for California, after dis
charging fuel oil at Portland.
COOS BAY, Or.. Dec. 26. (Special.)
Sailing today, the steamer Nann Smith
carried a cargo of 1,500,000 feet of lum
ber and 55 passengers for San Fran
cisco. The steamer Paraiso arrived from
San Francisco, and after unloading
freight at Marshfield and North Bend
sailed for Portland.
The steamship Breakwater sailed for
Portland, carrying a fair list of pas
sengers. The steamer Redondo arrived from
San Pedro and San Francisco last night
and will load lumber at the C. A, Smith
mill, sailing tomorrow for Marshfield.
The Daisy Putnam, a steam schooner,
arrived from Portland.
The Simpson Lumber Company steam
schooner A. M. Simpson arrived from
Cargo delivered here by the steamer
Celilo, from San Francisco, consisted
of 200 tons of salt and 470 tons dt
cement, while for the St. Helen's Ship
building Company she had bolts,
chains, blocks, nails, boxes of metal
and other material for ship construc
tion and equipment.
Balboa advices to the Merchants'
Exchange yesterday included news of
the arrival there of the British steam
er Cardigan, Which- sailed from the
river with a grain cargo for the United
Kingdom December 5. The British
steamer Barrington Court sailed from
Newport News Christmas day for te
other side, she having reported there
for orders. The vessel left here No
vember 14, also with grain.
Laden with lumber from Portland
the schooner John A. Campbell reached
Dunedin December 23. She sailed from
the river September 28.
As Captain Rorvik Is ashore for a
brief vacation the steamer Celilo Is in
command of Captain Bellison.
Waterhouse & Co. have announced
that through passenger rates on the
Royal Mail liner Glengyle have been
quoted only to Oriental ports and
Manila, the liner will follow the usual
route to London. It was reported re
cently that she was to be turned back
from the Far East, but other plans
In tow of the steamer Ocklahama,
the Centurion, grain laden for the
United Kingdom, left down yesterday
and the Havila is to leave down Tues
day, followed by the Harrsfjord.
Gaining sevent-tenths of an inch for
24 hours ending yesterday, the Wil
lamette is expected to rise for a few
days because of rains and the amount
of ice being melted.
Late charters reported are of the
Russian bark Pampa, by Hind, Rolph
& Co., and the French bark Germaine,
hoth for grain. Hind, Rolph & Co. also
took the schooner Mahukona at 80
shillings to load for South Africa. The
rate paid for the British ship Wiscombe
Park is reported as 40 shillings. She 1b
at Guayqull and is consigned to II. a
VANCOUVER BOAT RESUMES
Ice Breaking, Ferry Takes T7p
Schedule After Week's Tie-Vp.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Dec. 26. (Spe
cial.) After, being tied up for a week
on account of heavy ice in the Columbia
River, the Vancouver ferry resumed
service at 5:45 o'clock this- evening.
While the ferry was tied up the Jessie
Harkins, a small steamer, made the
trips, taking only foot passengers. Ve
hicle traffic having been suspended for
seven days, Vancouver merchants, who
get goods from Portland by auto
trucks, suffered great inconvenience
and considerable expense.-
Ice in the river is running, but it is
softer since the weather has become
warmer And does not offer much resistance.
BOATS AGAIN ON RUNS
ICE IN RIVER BREAKING tP AXD
H'RLIXE LEAVES OX TIME.
Yellow Stack Lute Starts From Salmi
and Other Craft Will Resume Traf
fic Without Delay.
Steamboatment engaged in the reg
ular river , service and the towboat
fraternity wore a broader smile yes
terday than when In the midst of re
ceiving' Christmas gifts, for news
came from all sections that Ice was
rapidly breaking up and that at no
point, from the navigable portions of
the Snake River to the sea. waa Ice
Consequently, with few exceptions,
the normal movement of vessels will
be on tomorrow, except to the middle
Columbia above , the Cascade 'Locks
and to some of the, tributaries of the
lower river. The1 Portland-Astoria
steamer Lurline left but on time at
7:45 o'clock in the morning and made
it past Warrior Rock and through the
lour. -uiKap-rgr ..
sections of the river that were the
most congested with ice, and the O.
W. R. & N. steamer Harvest Queen,
which has been tied up at Ash-street
dock for a week, leaves out on sched
ule tonight over the same route.
The Yellow Stack Line started the
steamer Oregonla from Salem yester
day and today the steamer Grahamona
will leave here for Corvallis. so she
can depart from there on time to
morrow morning. She will remain in
that service, while the Oregonla will
be tied up here for the present.
The steamer Beaver is to resume the
Portland-Clatskanie route Tuesday
evening, much of the ice being re
ported out of the Clatskanie River.
About the middle of the week the
steamer Woodland will be sent out
for Lewis River points.
- As the ferry Vancouver was recom
missioned last night between Van
couver and the Oregon shore, less
running ice making that possible, the
steamer Jessie Harkins, which was in
her place, will leave as usual tomor
row for Camas, Washougal and way
landings. Jhe lone also goes on her
run there- tomorrow and the Georgia
Burton will be started tomorrow night
to tow logs for the paper mills.
The steamers on the Portland-The
Dalles route should be under way
again during the week, though there
was such an amount of ice in that
part of the Columbia that a few days
may be required for it to break up
and disappear. As soon as the Cas
cade Locks are opened and the steam
er Stranger can be reached at Dalles
Rock, where she struck and was
beached the first day the locks were
closed, the Willamette & Columbia
River Towing Company will send one
of its steamers to raise her.
E. R. Budd, superintendent of the
O.-W. R & N. water lines, in ordering
the Harvest Queen out, also instructed
that the steamer Harrison, on Coeur
d'Alene Lake, resume today and the
steamer Spokane, on Snake River, to
morrow. The steamer Joseph Kellogg will
leave tomorrow morning for Kelso and
if possible the little steamer Chester
will be steamed between Kelso and
Toledo Tuesday. The steamr Iralda,
which, with the America, have been
held in service as before, but going
through Willamette Slough, will nav
igate via the main river route Monday.
Wiley Resigns as Manager.
SEATTLE, Dec. 26. Clarence W.
Wiley resigned today as manager of
the Admiral line of steamships operat
ing between Puget Sound and San
Francisco and Puget Sound and Alaska.
effective January 1. Mr. Wiley will
be succeeded by k. j. Ringwood, traffic
manager of the Admiral line at San
Francisco, who will be transferred to
Seattle to take charge of both the
traffic and operating departments.
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. Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Dec 26. Sailed Steamer
Washtenaw, for Port -San Luis; British ship
Centurion, for United Kingdom.
Astoria. Dec 28. Sailed at 8:40 A. M..
steamer Clara, for New York via way ports.
Outside at 6 P. M., British bark Kinross
shire, from Honolulu, for Portland, taken in
tow at 1:10 P. M..' 30 miles off. Columbia
San Francisco, Dec. 26. Arrived at 6:S0
A. M., steamer Yucatan, from Portland;
arrived at 3 0 A. M. and sailed at 2 p. M.,
steamer Northland, from Portland, for San
Pedro. Sailed at 1 P. M., steamer Bear, for
Portland. Japanese steamer Kongasan Maru.
previously reported ashore at Kuroshima. has
been floated; bottom damaged. December 25
Sailed at 2 P. M., steamer John Poulsen,
for Portland. Arrived at 4 P. M., steamer
Wm. Chatham, from Portland, for West
1 1 T'
Coast. Sailed at 8 P. M-, steamer Solano,
Balboa, Dec 25. Arrived British steamer
Cardigan, from Portland.
Newport News. Dec. 23. Sailed British
steamer Barrington Court, from Portland, for
Dunedin, Dec. 23. Arrived Schooner John
A. Campbell, from Columbia River.
Seattle. Dec 2tl Arrived at 10 A. M.,
steamer Oregonlan, from Portland.
Coos Bay, Dec 215. Arrived at 8 A. M.,
steamer Paraiso. from San Francisco, for
Aberdeen, Dec. 26. Arrived Steamer H.
T. Scott, from Portland. December 25
Arrived at 3 P. M., steamer Shoshone, from
Avoria, Dec 25 Sailed at 6 P. M.. steamer
H. T. Scott, for Grays Harbor; at 7 P. M..
steamer Multnomah, for San Francisco.
San Francisco. Dec. 2S. Arrived Steamers
Admiral Farrajjut, from Seattle; Grays Har
bor, from Grays Harbor; Northland, from
Columbia River; Yucatan, from Portland.
Sailed Steamers Willapa. for Grays Har
bor; Nippon Mara (Japan), for Hongkong;
Admiral Schley, from Asuncion for Seattle;
Governor, for Victoria; Bear, for Portland;
U. S. S. Mars, for Guam.
Seattle, Dec 21. Arrived Steamers Ore
gonlan. from New York; Bertha and City of
Seattle, from Southeastern Alaska; Argyll,
from Port San Luis. Sailed Steamer Jefter
son. for Southeastern Alaska.
Marconi Wireless Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M.. Decem
ber 20, unless otherwise designated.)
Breakwater, Coos Bay for Portland, five
miles south of Heceta Head.
Roanoke. San Francisco for Portland, five
miles north of Heceta Head.
Paraiso, Coos Bay for Portland, off
Washtenaw, Portland for 6an Luis, 476
nflles north of San Francisco.
Herrln, Monterey for Llnnton, 692 miles
north of Monterey.
E. H. Vance, San Francisco for Grays
Harbor, 8S miles south of Grays Harbor.
Fenwick, San Pedro for Astoria, 133 miles
south of Columbia River.
President. Seattle for San Francisco, 110
miles north of Blanco.
Klamath. San Francisco for Portland, off
Mariposa, northbound. In Chatham Sound.
Frank H. Buck. Everett for Monterey, 62
miies from Everett. .....
Lurline, Honolulu for San Francisco, 1124
miles out, Dec. 25. ....
Sonoma, San Francisco for Sydney, 1144
miles out, Dec. 25.
Manna, San Francisco for Honolulu, 10o4
miles out. Dec. 25.
Chanslor, Monterey for Honolulu, Bi5
miles out, Dec. 25.
Hyades, Honolulu for Seattle, 1218 miles
from Cape Flattery, Dec. 25.
Mongolia, Orient for San Francisco, 1260
mlics out, Dec. 25.
Bear, San Francisco for Portland, six
miles north of Point Arena.
Topeka, Eureka for San Francisco, 25
miles south of Point Arena,
Sc-hley, San Francisco for Seattle, 25 miles
north of Point Reyes.
Northland. San Francisco for San Pedro, 20
miles south of Pigeon Point.
Yacht ' Venetia, San Francisco for San
Dieiiu. 17 miles south of Pigeon Point.
l.u, ns. towing barge 83, Richmond for
Panama, 206 miles' south of San Francisco.
Asuncion, Richmond for Portland, U7
miles north of San Francisco.
Whittler, Oleum for San Luis, 02 miles
north of San Luis.
Kilburn, San Francisco for Eureka, 15
miles south of Point Arena.
Governor, San Francisco for Seattle, via
Vancouver, 16 miles north of Point Arena.
Aroline. San Francisco for San Pedro, off
Adeline Smith. San Francisco for Coos Bay,
7 miles north of San Francisco.
Willamette, Redondo for San Francisco,
12 miles west of Redondo.
Santa Rita. Tacoma for San Luis, 114
miles south of San Francisco.
..Santa Clara. Port San Luis for Pan Fran.
Cisco,, 10 miles north of Piedras Blancas.
San Jose, San Francisco for Balboa, 980
miles south of San Francisco.
Stetson, Columbia River for San Pedro,
off Point Oorda.
Atlas, Richmond for Seattle, off Cape
Coronado, Aberdeen for San Francisco,
eight miles north of Cape Blanco.
Multnomah, Astoria for San Francisco, off
Nann Smith.- Coos Bay for San Francisco,
263 miles north of . San Francisco.
Evelyn, Seattle for San Francisco, 60 miles
north of San Francisco.
Tides at Astoria Sunday.
High water. J
8:RS A. M...8.0 feet2:4T
10:23 P. M...5.8 feet I 4:20
A. M...3.4 feet
P. M. ..0.8 foot
Columbia Kiver Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Dec. 26. Condition of the
bar at BP. M.: Sea. smooth; wind, east, 10
miles; weather, cloudy.
CRANE COMPANY MAN HOST
All Joyful at Annual Banquet Given
by Manager to Employes.
Optimism and good cheer bubbled at
the banquet given by Manager F. A.
Nitchy, of the Crane Company, to the
employes of that concern in the Tyro
lean room of the Benson last night
Juston W. McEchran. editor of the
Valve World, national organ of the
company, was toastmaster, and in the
course of his remarks alluded to some
of the vicissitudes of editing a paper
at long distance,.the World being -published
in Chicago, while Mr. McEchran
is a resident of Portland.
Among the entertainers were little
Irma Bernadine Crutch and Charles G.
Levering, who gave songs and readings.
The good feeling was none the less
abundant by reason of the understand
ing that the company had made its
usual Christmas gift of 10 per cent of
the annual salary to all employes.
Forty-five were present. ,
SKIN-GRAFTING IS PLANNED
Several Offer Epidermis for Victim
of Christmas Tree Fire.
Edwin A. Phillips, son of Captain
Lawrence C. Phillips, who was burned
severely in the Christmas tree Are at
the Irvington School recently, will be
taken to the hospital Tuesday to have
skin grafted on his arms and neck.
Captain Phillips said last night that
several had volunteered to give skin
for the grafting, but that probably
most, if. not all, needed . would come
from the boy's own body. The father
said his son was doing as well as could
be expected under the circumstances.
Miss Zelda Mosessohn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Mosessohn, who
also was injured in the blaze, is con
valescing. POSTOFFICE TO KEEP DAY
Closing at Xoon Xew Year's and
One Delivery Ordered.
The postoffice will close at noon
Xew Year's day. There will be one de
livery of mail throughout the city and
the regular holiday collections will be
made, as if the day were Sunday. The
parcel post and general delivery win
dows will be open until noon, but the
money order, postal savings and cash
ier's division will be closed all day. Or
ders to this effect were issued by Post
master Myers yesterday.
It was estimated last night that 150,
000 parcels and 1.000,000 . letters and
cards were delivered in Portland in the
six days from December 21 to 26, in
clusive. Methodist Ministers Will Meet.
The Portland Methodist Preachers'
meeting will hold its last session for
the old year. 1914, Monday morning at
10:30 o'clock in the First Methodist
Episcopal Church, Twelfth and Taylor
streets. The Rev. William H. Hampton,
pastor of the Montavilla church, will
have charge of the devotional services.
Dr. George H. Feese, pastor of the Pat
ton church, will read a paper on "The
Evangelistic Awakening in This Coun
try." Bishop Elchard J. Cooke, resi
dent bishop, having' Episcopal super
vision of the Northwest, will then take
charge of the meeting. This meeting
will really be the opening of the spe
cial meetings which the bishop is to
conduct throughout the week in the
First Methodist Episcopal Church each
day at 4 and at 7:45 o'clock.
Blame for Death to Be Placed.
To place the blame for the accident
that cost Charles M.' Kegler. manager
of the Vulcan Fuel Company, his life,
an inquest will be held Monday by
Coroner Slocum.- . Kegler died at the
Good. Samaritan Hospital Thursday
ABSTRACTS - OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable i rices. Pa
cific Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCORDION, KNIFE AND BOX PLEAT
INQ.PICOTINQ, HEMSTITCHING. BRAID
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ELTY MFG. CO.. 85 6TH ST.. NR. OAK.
K. STEPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
sponged, mall orders. 383 Alder. M. 937S.
ASS A YE Rd AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 2L Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
HALL & FLIEDNER, lawyers; consultations
free. 20S-0-10 Fliedner bldg. Mar. 86Q7.
LAWYER; consultation free. Main 4993. 0S
Belling bldg. - '
LINK S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tilford bldg.,
Portland. Oregon. Phone Main 5QS3.
NORTHWEST EUO CO. Rugs from old car
pets, ran rugs. 188 East 8th. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
2 Oth st. Phone Main 312 and A 1254.
William Estelle-and William. Jr.. Deveny.
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors. 302 Gerllnger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1801.
DR. ETHEL. A. 6ACRY, painless chiropodist.
506 Panama bldg. Phone Main 9068.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices Fliedner bldg. Main 3473.
DR. McMahon, 121 4th, 870 Wma. Chronic
cases: 31 treatments S15 Others less.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRES3 SUITS for rent: we press onft suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
300 Stark St., bet. 6th and 6th. Main 514.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected, "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.,
S2G N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
NBTH & CO., Worcester blldg. Main 1786
No collection, no charge. Established 2900.
HEATH'S DANCING SCHOOL Lessons
dally; class Monday, Friday evenings, 8 to
10. 109 2d A., bet. Washington and Star.
DR. A. W. KEENE. Majestic Theater bldg.
851 H Washington st, Marshall 82O0.
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND T UKOAI.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 517 Dekum bid.. 8d & Wash.
' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
R. M. Wade & Co.. 322-3-16 Hawthorn are.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE & LEON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia.
AUTO AXD BUUGV TOPS.
DUBR'JILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d St.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sta
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT ilOMJC.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park ft Uavta.
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES SS SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sta.
Royal Bakery st Cont.. inc.. lltn and ETerett.
BREWERS & .BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARD, 18th and Bnmalde.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE SOOT.
KAHN BROS., xvi f rom st-
F. T. CK
ST. LIME AND PLASTER.
.VB CO.. 45 Fourth street.
V,, i , ,:, , ...... f... -
CLOSSET & LEVERS. 1-11 N. Front tr t.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER A CO.. 20T Aah at.
Etnbbe Electrical Co.. 6th and Plne ata
after being struck by the automobile
bus of the Carlton Hotel . on Couch
street and Broadway on the night of
December 21. . '
Ouensland Is estimated to have 40,000.000
acres of forests as yet uninspected and un
reserved. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
I "WANT a young man, IS to 20, a high
school graduate, one who has to make- his
own way in life and is willing to work
for advancement, a chance that is a good
one for the young man who Is competent
and ambitious. Answer in uett.il first
letter in own writing; references required.
V 476. Oresonian.
ATTENTION TO INVESTORS.
Have you a suitable quarter block lor
a private residence Kings Heights ot
Portland Heights, and are willing to build
on a long lease to responsible party?
Kindly state in first letter location and
terms. Applicant to make his own plans.
Please answer, G 478, Oregonlan.
WILL trade unincumbered, undivided 4 In
terest In 40 acres, adjoining townsite of
Nehalem. Oregon, for Portland property,
cannot buy the other half for jWOOO. In
quire Oliver M, Hlckey. 828 Northwest
Bank bldg. "
tol'NG MAN. draftsman, desires employ
ment evenings, will do any kind of work
to occupy my evenings, am working dur
ing day. Address box D 480, Oregonlan.
or call Mar. 197. t
CORNER LOT iOxlOO facing ISO-ft. boule
vard, three-room temporary house, fine
view, 2 blocks to Rose City carline; must
sacrifice. Inquire on premises. 834 East
72d St. North.
ACTIVE partner wanted with SSOOO to
share absolutely safe business, earnings of
$20 000 to 130,000, annually, also salary:
handling office collections. D 470, Ore-
AN EXPERIENCED chauffeur and repair
man. steady, sober habits, very best of
reference, wants position. T 477, Orego
2t ROOMS; every room is full and turns
away people every day, pays S5 above all
expenses. Owner leaving city and must
sell. Price 5.r.0. Call East 6005.
I WANT 40 or 50 acres of land; will trade
lot and $400 cash as first payment: must
be a bargain; from owner only. BP 4U4,
FOR" SALE or trade. White Wyandotte
cockerel, $1.60 each. 1890 Williams ave. or
Inquire Brown's Quick Shoe Repair Co.,
888 East Burnside.
Furnished 3-room apts., all outside rooms
with or without sleeping porch, strictly
modern, located in one of the choicest res
idence district. Phone Mar. 992.
WANTED A motorcycle; will trade an un
incumbered lot or a Ford runabout; will
ay some cash, w ooaiawn sold. al tu.
WILL share my beautifully furnished
home in Piedmont- to desirable young
couple; rent $20; references exchanged.
Phone Woodlawn 1G62.
YOUNO woman familiar with care of home
and infant. Call Tabor 6171 any time after
644 EVERETT. BETWEEN 20TH ANT
MIDDLE-AGED colored woman wants a
place to cook or general housework or day
work. Call Main 6665.
LOST Small diamond ring, valued as keep
sake. Reward. M. S. Russell, 00 Union
WANTED Reliable woman for general
housework, small family. Call Monday
between 10 and 12. 412 Jackson st.
THREE single, steam-heated rooms nicely
furnished; gentleman preferred. 561 H Gll
EIGHT acres, choicest soil, mile east Mll-waukle-Foster
road. Owner. AN 489. Ore
gonlan. ; '
LOST Old gold circle filigree pin with red
stones in Irvington Dec. 4. Return 451
Weidler. Reward. East 1463.
Beautiful five-room apt. open January
1st. Unfurnished. Phone Mar. J513.
LOAN wanted; $2000 on close-in real estate
value $3010. 414 Teon bldg.
$9 FOR 6-room cottage close in. West Side.
Inquire 328 Morrison.
NICE large furnished rooms, suitable for
business. 2V7 etn st.
FOR RENT 724 East Davla L, near i2d.
WHAT have you to trade for . 4-year-old
YOUNG Japanese boy wants housework or
.r.nlV,nv In f-itV AO ARK f T tr n n I .
JAPANESE school boy wants position. D
EXPERT tree and rose pruning; 10 years'
experience. Phone East 4391.
CIGAR STAND, CONFECTIONERY. In
qulre Neal. Hart Apts., No. 9.
RESIDENCE and full lot to exchange for
Clear lots or acreage, au 4i, oregonlan.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, new furniture, a as,
bath, nhona. no children. 412 Utin.
MOTORS, generators, bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. E:ectrlc Co.. 31 First st. North.
Phone Main 1)210.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East Sd and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS AND ALL SUPPLIES: developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE &
ham u.. -3 w asntngxon st.
Engines, boilers, sawmills, bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 58, A 2158.
Emll Thielhorn, violin teacher; pupil Seveik.
207 Fleidner bldg. A 4160, Marshall 1629.
VIOLIN lessons given at home if desired.
Studio 4J4 Williams ave. E. 4421.
SCHOOL of MUSIC, STAFF of TEACHERS.
CONSERVATORY 141 13th St.. at Alder.
PIANO STUDIO, 1S 14TH, NEAR JEFF.
Terms ti month. Phone Main 3SS3.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, nerv
oua. chronlo diseases. 504 oregonlan btdg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
. ny nay 5 to iXO for a
pair of glasses wnen I
can fit your eyes with
first quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as
low as Si. 5o7 Goodman, 191 Morrison, near
bridge. Main 2124. Satisfaction guaranteed.
V. S. HOWARD, doctor of optometry, even
ing appointments. Phone Main 1020. 263
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP, 808 Morgan bldg.,
cor. Broadway and Washington street. Oc
flce phone. Main 849; residence. East 1'028.
T. J. G1ESLER. Atty-at-Law. 603 Henry.
Wm. C. Schmidt, eng. and draftsman.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice, U. S. and
foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
PATENTS that protect and pay ; advice and
books free; highest references; best re
sults; promptness assured; send sketch or
model lor free searcn. nauoo m. uoieman.
Patent lawyer, 624 F St., Washington, D. C.
STEIN'S LOAN OFFICE.
26 North 6th at.
PORTLAND WOOD TIPB CO. Factory and
office near 24tn ana lorn sta. Main 4S
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
Albers Bros, billing Co.. Front and Marshall.
WADHAMS & CO., Btf-75 Fourth at.
WHOLESALE ULlf. 11 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. S3-55 Front at.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND HUBS.
KAHN BROS., HI Front street.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CUAS. L. MASTICE & CO.. 74 Front; leatner
of every description; tap.. ms. .
LIME. C .-- - ...v. --
The J. McCracken Co.. 1114 Hoard of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
........ ... a II 1 .1 I L 1
MEN'S au v vj-i. a ,r; . TT
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. bi Htm t-
. ....... T K- J- 1 " . U-
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th t
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WXRE.
Portland Wire &- Iron Wks- 2d and Columbia
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
YOUNG man In need wants employment;
will do anything lor small pay. AC 4i,
CLASSIFED AD. RATES
Dally and Sunday .
One time JJ
Same ad two consecutive times - . - -c
same ad three conaecatv time. . 30
Same ad wlx or aevea consecutive times. . 6uo
The above ratcB apply to advertiwemenUi
under "New Today and all other claiuca
tloim exceut the folluvrinic:
Situations Wanted Male.
Situations Wanted Female,
tot Kent. Koouih. .Private Jr'amll.r.
lioonis and Hoard, private families.
UouJekee-inK-Kooni. Private -mi lies.
Kate on the above classifications is 1 cents
a line each imeriion.
On "tharfe" advertisements chance will be
based on the number of lines appearing in
the paper, regard len ot tne number ot words
in each line. Minimum charge, two lines.
The OreKonian will accept ctailtled ad
vertiementM over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either
phone. No price will be Quoted over the
phone, but bill will he rendered the follow
ing day. Whether subsequent advertisements
will be accepted over the phone depend
upon the oromptnes not payment ot tele
phone advertisements. Situations Wanted
and rerwmal advertlnements will not be ac
cented over the telephone. Orders for one
insertion only will be accepted for "Furniture
for hale." "Uuines Opportunities," "Koom-Inr-HouBes"
and "Wanted to Kent."
The OreKonian will not cuarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility for errors occurring
In telephoned advertisements.
Advertisements to receive prompt classi
fication must be In The Oreronlaa office be
fore o'clock at nleht. except Saturday
C". Ion In or hour for The Sunday Oregonlan will
be "3:30 o'clock Saturday nlht. The office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual,
and ail ads received too late for proper
classification will be ran under the heaulng
"Too Late to Classify.
The Orerouian will not be responsible for
more than one incorrect Insertion of any ad
vertisement offered for more than one time.
Telephones: Main 707O. A tiUDS.
A. and A. S. RITE Oregon
Consistory No. 1 will hold ita
annual reception at the Scottish
Rite Cathedral, Morrison and
Lownsdala streets, Friday after
noon from 2 to 5 P. M. All
Master Masons In good standing
are fraternally and cordially in
vited to attend. This is Intended to afford
an opportunity for all brethren of the
'Mystic Tie" to become acquainted. Music
and refreshments, but no formality.
By order THE TRUSTEES.
MINERVA LODGE, NO. 19, I. O. O. F.
All brothers are requested to meet at Odd
fellows Hall. 226 Aider street, tomorrow
(Sunday) morning. December 27, at 9:45 A,
M. sharp, to attend the funeral of our de
ceased charter member. S. Lowengardt
PETER WIEDEMANN, Sec
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1, I. O.
0. F. All members are requested to meet at
1. O. O. K. Temple. 21i6 Alder street, tomor
row (Sunday) morning, December 27, at
9:46 A. M., to attend the funeral of our de
ceased patriarch, 8. Lowengardt.
R. OSVOLX. Scribe.
PORTLAND STAR HOMESTEAD. NO.
42. B A, Y-. will give a dance new year's
eve., December Slst, Woodmen's Temple, 128
Eleventh street. Admission 25 cents.
HABERBtTSH Tn this city, Dec. 26, at the
residence of her daughter, Mrs. "W. K.
Lynch, 3649 Kelly st., Fulton Park,
Amalta Haberbush. aged 75 years. De
ceased is survived by the daughter men
tioned above, one son, O. L. Haberbush. of
Seattle, Wash.; Frank, Roy and Albert
Haberbush, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and
Mrs. J. L. Scharpt, also of Minneapolis,
Minn. Remains are at the parlors of
the Skewes Undertaking Co., corner 3d
and Clay. Funeral notice later.
MUIR At Medford, Or., December 26, Viola
Temple Mulr, beloved wife of David Muir
and sister of John Temple, Otho Temple,
Hayes Temple, Mrs. J. A. Bishop and
Mrs. J. ' C. Boothe. Interment will be at
Lebanon, Or,, Monday, December 28.
YOTITZ In this city, Dec. 26, at St. Vin
cent's Hospital, Bessie Touts, aged 4H
years, late of Bntte City, Montana. The
remains are at the parlors of the Skewes
"Undertaking Co., corner 3d and Clay. Fu
neral notice later.
MILL In this city. Dec. 23, at the residence
of Mrs. T. B. Thomas, 033 K 20th st N.,
Richard J. F. Mill, aged 47 years, late' ot
Seattle, Wash. The remains are at the
residence establishment of J. P. Fin lay
& Son, Montgomery, at 5th.
STEEL Lillian Alexander, adopted daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Steel, at their
residence, 42 E. 2th street, December
26, aged 22 years, IS days. Funeral ar
r ALBERT Dec. 20. at the residence at
Whltwond Court, Margaret Albert, aared
46 years, beloved wife of George Albert.
Remains at Dunning & McEntee's parlors
Notice of funeral later. . .. .
ST. JOHN Mrs Orpah St., John, aged 54
years. Burial., at Mount Scott Cemetery
Park Sunday. December 27, 1014, at ' 3
RUBBER STAMT3. SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash., st. Phone Main 710 and A Ii710.
SHOWCASE. BANK A STORE FIX.TCRE3.
FOR reasonable prices, see Western Fixture
& Showcase Co.. 48 N. 10th, Marshall 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
REDUCED RATES. .
Goods called for and
We pack for ship
ment. MORGAN-ATCHLEY FTJRN. CO..
Grand Ave. and East Stark.
Phones East 1329, B S2JL
PORTLAND Van & Stores Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney ats.. Just completed, new tire
proof warenouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults; track
age foi- carload shipments, vans for mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East lfi through cars.
Main 5640, all departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate Iron room and fireproof vaults
for valuables, 1M. W. coi. ad and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all domestio and
foreign ports. Main 56, A 199tt.
OLSON-ROB TRANSFEK CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and Deck household
goods and pianos ana snip at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse. 15th and
Hoyt bls. Main 547. A
MAXMNU WAREHOUSE, TRANSFER CO..
Dth and Hoyt Sts
Pianos and household good moved,
packed and shipped; reduced freight rates
on all household good j to and from East.
Through car service. Main 7i8, A 214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsaa si.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 6ii or A llti'.i.
We own and operate two large class "A '
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office, 369 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents, phone Main 76:il.
GREEN and dry slabwood, blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co., Main 57U0. A SSlfU.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
W. P. FULLER A CO.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUbiEN Ac CO.. 2d and Taylor sts.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KL1.NE. fe4-l5i Front sireet.
PLUMBING AND' STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 1-4-SiJ Front street.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO.. 1st aiid Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .
SVERDINCr FAKKKLL. 140 Front st.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA LHiGEit CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., llith and Davis.
Portland Iron Works, -14th and Northrup.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CU 2S0 2d St.
.VHOI.ESALE JEWH.liBS AND OPTICANS.
.UTTERFIELD HKO.L, MOHAWK BLLML
PATNOb The funeral of th late Mrs. Ella
Pat not, beloved wife of IjuIo 1'ainnl,
mother of Mrs. Mable Kan kin, Louis,
Charles, Frank, Clarence and Art hur
Patnol, will be held from St. Charles'
Church, Alberta and Glenn avenue, Mon
day, December 28, at W A. M. Friends
Invited. Interment Mount Calvary Cem
etery. Remains at A. R. Zellar Com
pany's parlors, 592 Williams aveuue.
CLARKE At Hood River, Oregon, Dec. 2.".
Abbott L. Clarke, father of Edna and
Clyde Clarke, and brother of Mrs. Amedee
M. Smith and Mrs. N. A. Loucks, of this
city. Tho funeral services will be held
tomorrow Monday ), Dec. at 2 :30
o'clock P. M., at the residence establish
ment of . J. P. Ftnley & Sou, Montgomery,
at 5th. Friends Invited. Interment at
BOITANO Dec. 2: Frank Boltano, aged So
years, late of UiS East lth St., uncle of
M rs. John Cordano anil Mrs. Carrie Fer
rettl. Funeral from Holman's funeral par
lors at 3U:4ri P. M. today ,Sunduy, thence
to St. Michael's Church, 4th and Mill
streets, where services will be held at 1
P. M. Friends invited. Interment River
MUELLER In this city, Dec. J6, at her late
residence, the Mueller Hold. Oih anrl
Burnside sts.. Hannah E. Mueller, agl
42 years. Funeral services will be held
tomorrow (Monday), Dec. 2-S. at 1 o'clock
P. M. at the residence establishment of J.
P. Finley & Son. Montgomery, at St It.
Friends invited. Interment at Riverviow
KRAU8S In this city, nee 24. at her late
residence. 320 Harrison st.. Caroline
Kraues, aged 78 years. The funeral serv
ices will be held today (Sunday) at 12:RQ
o'clock P. M. at the residence establish -meet
of J. p. Finley & .Son, Montgomery,
at Cth. Friends Invited. Interment at
HAVDAHL Dec 24, at the residence, 74 "2
Vanderbilt St., Luura Havda hi, aged
years, beloved wife of Henry llavdahl ami
daughter of Mrs. Jennie Palmer. Funera 1
services will be held at Dunning & Mc
Entee's chapel today (Sunday), at 11 A. M.
Friends invited. Interment Pose City
BUDD At the family residence. 254 North
24th St., Detl 23, Daniel E. Budd. aged 87
years. Friends invited to attend iunera 1
services, which will bo held at the above
residence at 2 P. M. today (Sunday .
Dec. s7. The concluding services at the
Portland Crematorium, private. please
LOWENGARDT The funeral services of the
late Samuel Lowengardt will be held at
the family residence, i28 Irvington St., at
3 0:30 A. M. today (Sunday), Dec. 27.
Friends Invited. Interment Beth Israel
Cemetery. Pleas omit flowers.
ST. JOHNS The funeral services of the la'e
Mrs. Orpah St, Johns will be held today
(Sunday). Dec. 27. at 2:30 P. M.. from
the undertaking parlors of P. L. Lereh,
E. 11th and Clay. Friends Invited. In
terment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
The only residence undertaking establish
zneut In Portland with private driveway.
Main ft, A 10UU.
J. P. FINLEY SON.
Montgomery, at Filth.
MR. EDWARD HQLMAN, the leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant, A lull. Main 6ul.
V. B. DUNNING, INC.,
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Ald.-r st. East 62. B 252S.
A. R. ZKLLER CO.. 692 WILLIAMS AVE.
East 10SS, C liKs. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
. DUNNING & M'ENTEE, funeral directors.
7th and Pine. Phone Main 43u. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
R. t. BYRNES, Wllllamaliverand Knott.
East 1115. C 1U43. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay sta.
Lady assistant. East 781.
- SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4152, A 2321. Lady attendant.
MARTIN & FORBES CO., florists. 347 Wash -incton.
: Main 26t. A 12ti'J. Flowers for all
oocjsiona' artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators;
fresh out -flowers, treat variety. Morrison
bet. 4th and 5th. Main or A 1S05.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Aider.
Designs and srjravs. Marshall 5922.
MAX M. SMITH. Mala 7215. A iiL SeUlnr