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Tim SUNDAY OREfiOXIAX, rORTLAND, MA11CH 0. 1910.
WORKERS TO CONFER
Mass Meetings Are Called for
Today and Monday.
OO and Up
Admission 20c Children 10c
,10,000 MEN REPORTED IDLE
3Iai-liiiiils to Discuss Question of
Half-Holiday Saturday; Telegra
phers to Take Action Also.
SAN KRAXCISOO. March S. A mass
meeting of San Francisco and Oakland
machinists here tomorrow and San
Francisco boilermakers Monday to take
further action in the situation which
lias resulted' in the idleness of approxi
mately 30,000 shipyard workers in the
Sau Francisco bay region were the
latest strike developments announced
here today. The machinists will dis
cuss further demands for the right to
take Saturday afternoon. For so doing
they were misseu dv tneir empioyeia.
The boilermakers will vote on a
proposition to strike for a continuation
of asreements similar to the leaera
ship buildintr labor adjustment board s
awards, which expire April 1.
Vnion officials announced that sev
eral hundred boilermakers took the
Saturday half-holiday in Oakland to
clay in defiance of a mandate of their
employers. It is expected that they
wilt be dismissed when they return to
Telegraphers Act Today.
The local union of the Commercial
Telegraphers will meet tomorrow to
vote on the question of joining a pro
posed nation-wide strike if demands
thoy have made are not met.
OAKLAND, Cal., March S. Approxi
niately 4000 boilermakers who with
drew from the local union announced
today that they will not reaffiliate
with the organization until E. B. Wolff,
financial secretary, and a number of
others asserted to be leaders in the 44
hour week movement, are deprived of
their cards by revocation.
At a meeting last night it was de
rided further to begin legal proceed
ings to force Wolff to return to the
control of the entire union some $14,000
it is alleged Wolff has in a safety de
posit box withholding from the "proper
SEATTLE, March 8. Results of the
vote of striking Washington shipyards
on the question of returning to work,
probably will not be announced before
Sunday night or Monday morning, Bert
Swain, secretary of the Seattle Metal
Trades council, announced here today.
Vote Counting Proves Task.
Earlier announcements said the vote
would ba counted and announced Sat
urday night. Swain asserted that the
task of counting the 40,000 or more
votes proved heavier than expected,
and, as a result, the announcement of
the result would be delayed.
About 16 delegates will represent the
Seattle metal trades shipyard wage
conference to ba held in Washington,
Si. C, March 17. , Most of them will be
on their way east by tomorrow night.
The delegation Includes the five mem
bers of the conference committee which
has charge of the Seattle strike. .
NEW YORK, March 8. With the
backbone of the harbor strike broken,
through the agreement of the employes
of the railroad boats to return to work
immediately, efforts were made today
by James L. Hughes, a conciliator of
the federal department of labor, to in
duce the private boat owners to agree
to the terms granted yesterday by the
railroad administration. These terms
include the granting of an eight-hour
day and wage increases amounting to
more than 30 per cent in some cases.
Fifteen hundred members of the port
and terminal workers' union, one of
the seven organizations in the marine
workers' affiliatio, have refused to go
back to work under the terms of set
tlement made with the railroad admin
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere thanks
to our many friends for their kindness
during the illness and death, and for
their heartfelt sympathy and floral of
ferings and participation .in the serv
ices, and funeral of our beloved husbatjd
and father;. MRS. W. WALLER
Adv. AND FAMILY.
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Greatest Sale of Used Phonographs
Ever Seen in the City of Portland
Among the lot are nearly all the standard makes of machines
and in various sizes and finishes.
Here Are a Few Samples of the Tremendous Bargains We
. Offer in This. Sale:
Several small table machines, just the thing for children
to play with, or to take out to camp $5 each.
Another lot of $20.00 machines, used but in perfect me
chanical condition 14.75 each.
Another lot of $50.00 machines, also used, at the ex
tremely low price of $32.50.
A lot of several beautiful cabinet machines in exquisite
mahoganv and oak cases. Regularly priced at $125.00,
$150.00, $175.00 and $200.00 now specially priced for this
sale at $87.50, $107.50, $127.50 and $147.50.
Here's a dandy. A large 'size oak case, most exquisite
phonograph, with very, latest style of filing device for your
records always sold for $200,. now being offered with
10 double-disc records (20 selections , and 300 needles) for
$137.50. . .
Convenient terms can be arranged on any of these ma
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Reed-French Piano Mfg. Co.
Victor, Columbia and Edison Records
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WASHINGTON AT TWELFTH ST.
'You'll Like It'
HEATER PARTY IS SET
TRAVELERS' PROTECTIVE BODY
TO RAISE FUNDS.
Campaign Will Be Launched to
Bring National Convention to
Portland in 192 0.
With the aim of raising- funds to
bring- tha neil annual convention of
the Travelers' Protective association to
Portland, the local organisation will
old a theater party and entertainment
t the Afcazar on the night of March 25.
Stunts by members- of the association.
with dancing- on the stage, will follow
the regular performance. La Hung
Chang, Jr., will present his celebrated
Chinese opera, it is announced.
Prizes for the fattest man, -most
beautiful woman, and others will be
given at the stunts. As the regular ad
mission price will be in effect, mem
bers of the association are urged to
make reservations at once.
.A campaign for new members Is in
progress. The association now nas
more than 950 members. It is expected
that several hundred will Join this year.
The present membership is the largest
n the 29 years' existence.
Delegates to the national convention
at New Orleans will toe elected at the
meeting of the organization at the
Hotel Portland on the evening of March
29. It is expected that the campaign
to bring the 1920 convention to Port
land will 'be launched at this time.
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, 323 Washington St., Near Sixth
Choice Roasts, Steaks, Chops, Stews, Fish, etc., 15c to 2oc.
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Day and Night. Prices Right.
EXCELLENT, CHICKEN DINNER TODAY
to lead to a revolution, according- to
a dispatch from Santiago, Chile, to La
Prenaa. The outbreak is said to have
been caused toy the issuance of a. proc
lamation naming candidates for the
presidency of Peru.
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HIGH SCHOOL IS PLANNED
SOUTH UMATILLA COCXTY DE
SIRES $35,000 BC1LDIXG.
Structure for 15 Merged Districts
Held Imperative Xced; Bond
Issue to Be Voted On.
LA GRANDE MAN CHOSEN
Dr. W. D. McMillan Succeeds Dr.
dinger on State Dental Board.
Dr. William D. McMillan of La Grande
was elected secretary-treasurer of the
state board of dental examiners at a
meeting of that organixation yesterday.
He succeed Dr. H. JH. ulinger of Salem,
who had held the position for 13 years.
Examinations conducted by the board
during the past week at the North Pa
cific Dental college resulted in 28 ap
plicants receiving passing grades. They
are: W. P. Morrison, R. B. Mcintosh.
W. S. Newitt. K. K. La Bar re. A.
Pailey, T. Costello, C. II. Bowman, J. n.
Morris. P. 1. Iewis. M. Kuki. K. K.
Kerrier. R. U. Huber. T. W. Fletcher.
G. B. Evans, K. J. Jeanette. C. H. 'W'al-
ratli. A. Grlmsted. G. Skinner. V. V.
Smith. A. Miller. D. Havens. J. Wilkn
Jr., Frieda Bilyeu. D. Cohen, J. L. Rlngo,
t3. iv. iippei, j. u. tirignt. tr. aniels.
FUNERAL DATE UNSETTLED
Arrival of Relatives of Mrs. John R.
HOOD RIVKft. Or.. Mnrrh S.-
cial.) The funeral services of Mrs.
John R. Xorton. uoDular vountr motmn
killed Thursday evening in an automo
bile accident on the Sandy river, will
be held here Monday or Tuesday, ac
cording to the arrival of relatives en
route from Minneapolis. The body Is
at a Portland undertaking parlor.
ir. gnon sustained a number of
uimsca wnen nia machine took the
tragic 40-foot lean, but non rr
is serious. He arrived, home yesterday
inB iroin ine snock.
Buenos Aires Strike Costly.
BUENOS AIRJ:S. Mirrh 7 Chl..l..
agents estimate that their lo.tse re-
PILOT ROCK, Or., March 8. (Spe
cial.) South Umatilla county plans to
erect a $15,000 school building- for high
school purposes only. About a year
ago 15 school districts organized a union
high school district for the purpose
of giving graduates of the eighth
grades throughout the Pilot Rock sec
tion facilities for .high school work at
horn Heretofore pupils have had to
go from lo toS0 miles to get sec
ondary school advantages. South
Umatilla county, while sparsely settled,
is noted as a great stock-raising and
agricultural area, enterprising farm
ers and stockmen realize the value of
good schools. During the past win
ter rented quarters were filled, to over
flowing with their sons and daugh
As a consequence a new building is
an Imperative need and the proposition
to bond the district for $35,000 will
be put to a vote the last week of the
present month. The building will bo
erected within or near Pilot Rock
We wish to express our sincere an
preciation to our many friends for thei:
heartfelt sympathy and kindness shown
us in our late bereavement, the loan of
our beloved husband and father; also for
tne oeautiiui xiorai oicerings.
MRS. J. V. RAXDELIN
Adv. AND FAMILY.
Peruvian Mutineers Arrested.
BUENOS AIRES, March . Two
hundred Peruvian officers and soldiers
have been arrested in Lima after a
sanguinary mutiny which threatened
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sultins from the strike during the past
two months amount to 10.000.000, ac
cordlnc to a statement.
TatUer E. I. Murpliy Keturns.
Rev. E. r. Murphy, formerly pastor
of St. Patrick's church in this city, re
turned Friday from service in France,
where he was a Knights of Columbus
chaplain, and left yesterday for Ta
coma. Father Murphy's work was
chiefly In the hospitals at St. azaire.,
where he was stricken with influenza.
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