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THE MORNING .OREGONIAX. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
PIONEERS TO MEET
Oregon's Builders Prepare for
PLANS WELL UNDER WAY
All Parts of Northwest to Be Repre
sented Feast and Music Are
Two of Featnres Planned
for the Programme.
Tomorrow pioneers from all parts of
the Pacific Northwest will assemble at
the Masonic Temple, Yamhill and West
Park streets, at 4 o'clock P. M-, where
they will be received by Nathan H. Bird,
marshal, and his aides, as follows:
John E. Makers, 1862; John W. Mlnto,
1848: H. W. Prettyman. 1847; James F.
Faillngr. 1853: J. C. McKay, 1869; Joseph
Meek. 1R55; T. C. Belcher. E. J. Jeffery.
1852: William E. Jolly. 1847; Seaton
Taylor, W. H. H. Dnfur, 185
The programme will be as follows:
Call to order. Colonel Robert A. Miller,
Music "Star Spangled Banner," Lucas
Invocation Rev. T. L. Jones. 1852. chap
Music Solo "Annie Laurie." Mrs. Clyde
li. Aftcneson. accompanist. Mr. Carl Denton.
Address of welcome, on behalf of the
city. George L Baker, President of the Port
land City Council.
Response Colonel Miller.
Appointment of committees on resolutions
by the president.
Music Lucas Band.
t Annual address, by Robert G. Smith, son
r ot a pioneer of 1653. and Mayor of Grants
Music "America." Lucas Band and au
. Through the kindness of W. J. Clem-
ens, president of the Portland Automo
: bile Club, a number of autos will be as
' snmbied at Masonic Temple at the close
' of the literary exercises, about 3:30
. o'clock, to convey the pioneers of ad
vanced acre about the city and deliver
them at the Armory not later than 4
o'clock, where they will be welcomed
by the reception committee, consisting:
of Mrs. C. M. Cartwright, Mrs. Abigail
Scott Dunlway, Mrs. Matthew P. Deady,
Mrs. William -Grooms, Mrs. P. Selling,
Mrs. M. A. Dalton, Mrs. C. A. Coburn,
' Mrs. Margaret O. Moore, Mrs. Thomas
i Moffett. Mrs. T.- T. Struble and Mrs.
j,". A dinner will be served at 4:30
, o'clock. After the banquet the pioneers
will return to the Masonic Temple for
!7 the annual business meeting at 7:30
- o'clock. Reports of committees will be
"-. heard and officers elected for the ensuing-
year. This will be followed by the
campfire programme, as fallows:
-- Brief Introductory address President
Polo "When Ton and I Were Young,
jaairffie. Mrs. anm Dobbins.
t Instrumental music "Dixie Land." with
variations. Dsn C. Bowers, fiddler.
Two camp fire talks, not to exceed five
. minutes eacn.
; 8olo Old time selection. Mrs. Fred Olson.
l-olo Selected. Mrs. Pauline Miller Chap-
Chinook hymn C. H. Walker, the oldest
son of Oregon pioneer now living, born De
camber 7. 1S38. and audience.
Solo "Silver Threads Among the Gold.1
Jars. Edna uoDblns.
Instrumental music "Hornpipe Medley,
and "Pop Ooe. the Weasel Medley," Dan
C. Bowers, fiddler.
Several pioneers enrolled yesterday
as memoers of tne association and se
cured their badges. P. F. Castleman
1849, came from Oakland. Cal., to visit
- nis old companions and comrades of In-
Two of These
Reduced $282 Each
ed T rm.. '
17 C Reduced , 7
7 Each C
. ' -Vvcv? Note Redactions of Genuine
; "Weber Made" Webers ; . ; .
! SWANSON Jn this city, June IS, at the
family residence. 819 Grand ve Sarah
w unson, a ge 62 yean 1 month and 4
days, beloved wife of John F. Swanson.
Remains at Pearson's funeral parlors,
St9-71 Russell st. Announcement o fu
MARTIN In this city. June 18, Michael J.
Martin, aged sears. Remains at Fin
ley'a Parlors. Funeral notice will appear
in a subsequent issue.
I O'CONNOR June 18th. at the residence, S46
Ross street, T. P. O Connor, aged e years.
Notice of funeral later.
CAROUSAL LEADS TO JAIL
Women, Deserted at Roadhouse, Ar
rested Upon Beaching City.
Steve Smith, a blacksmith in th
O.-W. R. & N. shops at Albina. started
a wnole mess of trouble when he took
Irene Nelson, aged 17. and Mrs. Mabel
Ounderson, her sister, to the Lakeview
roadbouse Monday night. All-three are
In the county Jail as a result and war
rants were Issued for Fred Rltztnger,
proprietor, and Tom Peterson, bar
tender, at Lakeview. The charge against
them Is selling liquor to the Nelson
girl. They were arrested late - last
Smith spent his money lavishly on
Mrs. Gunderson and the Nelson girl and
others at the tavern. About 1 o'clock
yesterday morning he left the
. women at the roadhouse and came into
Portland alone. The arlrls telenhoned
to Lee Eubanks. a friend, to come out
and bring them to the city. Eubanks
did so. but after they were inside the
city limits a row occured and the
three were arrested and taken to the
police station. They were turned over
to Sheriff Stevens when their story was
Sheriff Stevens caused the warrants
to be Issued for the proprietor and
steward of the tavern. Deputy Sheriff
Bulger arrested Smith at the Albina
shops. The grand Jury will be asked
to investigate the affair.
: PIG'S NEMESIS PERSISTENT
' Alleged Pilferer of Prised and Pedl
greed Porker CaughL.
The nemesis of a 550-pound hog.
. which Thomas Shaefer Is alleged to
".- have stolen from J. B. Haley, a pioneer
rancher or the Cornell road. In January.
-. pursued Shaefer five months before it
, finally caught up with him. Shaefer
was arrested last night after an am-
bush had been set In the brush of the
c Barnes road by Sheriff Stevens, of
: Multnomah County; Sheriff Haas, of
- Clackamas County, and Deputies Leon-
" ard. Phillips. Hunter and Bulger. Shae
fer sold the hog for ttl, by weight
rather than pedigree, and spent twice
that amount in trips to Seattle and
other expenses Incident to his five
..months as a fugitive.
The Haley hog. a prise and pedigreed
TTPoraer, was killed January 14, by the
t rancher, with tne help of his neigh
bora, and Shaefer, whom Haley had
r kept all Winter, was delegated to take
- the animal to town to sell. He failed
. to return. Subsequent search proved
- that he bad sold the pig, left the horse
- and wagon of the rancher In the street
- and vanished.
Four Cash Prizes Are Given.
Four cash prises were presented yes
terday to the winners of the school
, garden contest at the Rosa City Park
school. East Fifty-seventh street, by
A. H. Metcaif. to the following pupils:
First prise, (10, awarded to Alma
Sharps. 12 years oW; second. $7.50,
awarded to Ladle Watson, 11 .years
old; third. IS, awarded to Alfred" Han
son, 13 years old; fourth, awarded to
Mildred Weeds, 13 50. The prises were
presented to the winners in the pres
ence of the entire school In the as
sembly hall. Mr. Metcaif. who raised
the money for the prizes, spoke brief
ly to the children. He handed the
winners checks for the amounts of the
prises so the children could have an
object lesson in business methods. He
urged that the children be encouraged,
to do better nest time. At the. doss
of the presentation the school joined
S previously announced, we are not going
to handle- in future any of the Webers
as now being made. We are closing out
all Webers in stock and when these are
sold,- ire discontinue the agency. Our Webers
are made according to the old-established Weber
principles under the direct supervision of Mr.
C. B. Lawson, formerly the practical manufac
turing head of the Weber piano, under whose
able management the Weber instruments ob
tained that degree of tonal excellence for which
they were noted at ''that time and which has
been characterized as "that wonderful Weber
These Webers, and als some Weber uprights,
together with a long list of many fine and
highest-priced instruments shown during onr an
nual Rose Show exhibition are being closed out
at prices positively so low that it seems down
right folly for any home in reasonably comfort
able curcumstances to content itself with the
possession of merely an ordinary piano. Well
take the ordinary and old piano in part payment
for these fine, new ones at the reduced sale prices.
Bear in mind that we are closing, out instruments
that the proudest mansion would feel compliment
ed to possess. Superb Deckers and Kimballs and
Chickerings and Sohmers.
Not on instrument In this special display has
ever heretofore been obtainable ior ieBs man
for the plainer styles, 1515 for the more elaborate
styles. We offer them tomorrow as follows:
$286 for the plain styles and $322 for the fancy
mahogany and beautiful Circassian walnut styles of
most elegant designs.
$264 and $256 will now secure a number of new
styles never seen heretofore, instruments not quite
so tall as the above and for which at least $435
wculd be asked in the usual way of selling.
We offer all of the above instruments on our
new one, two and three-year-payment plan, with
simple Interest added, or on our new $2 a week
arrangement. Pay $2 down and $2 a weeK.
Player pianos go for greatly reduced prices now,
Nowhere in our establishment Is the principle of
llttle-profit-per-plano selling, which has made the
filers music .Mouse me loremusi in me imuuiii
tnni-A nnnnri.tif than In nil r nlaver-nlano selling.
It has taken real effort to accomplish it. but
we are now in position to state that our player
pianos are no longer subject to price dictation by
arbitrary high-price fixers East. We can sell them
now at fair prioes, embodying one factory profit
and that only a small one djt liters iviuiu nuuoc.
Free library service is also included in the reduced
There are over fifty different makes and styles
or finest player pianos to cnoose iron, opuro mi
bids mention in detail.
Suffice to 6ay that $576 styles may be had
$700 styles at $535.
$900 styles at $675, and the fanciest $1025 and
$1100 instruments are now only $815 and $875 re
Baby Grands show still greater relative reduction-
We are particularly anxious to close out some
-very fine genuine Weber Grand Pianos. The small
size, as shown above, is reduced $229 and the very,
fancy art styles go for $Z82 and $308 less than usual
retail value. See them. These Webers were made
according'to the old Weber principles, containing
the famous "wonderful Weber tone which cannot
be found in the later "full iron plate" pianos
having the Weber name.
Numerous other makes of Baby and Parlor
Grands are also to be had at prices reduced so low
that buying becomes a positive duty.
Buy when the prices are low. The country is
solid. The future is surely bright for all of us
living on the great Pacific Coast. Don't fail to
get a good piano now at Eilers Music House, the
Nation's largest, the House of Highest Quality,
Alder street, at Seventh. .
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dafttlj or Bumdar-
One ttme 12e
Same ad two coneecutKe times tte
Same ad three consecutive times 3c
bame ad six or even consecutive times. o
The above rates applr to adrertiscmrnta
adder -New Today- and all other clarifica
tions 'except the toUowiDc:
Situations Wanted, Male.
Situations Wanted, Female.
For Kent, Hooms, private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private Families.
Booseheepinr fiaouu. Private Families.
Remittances mast accompany out-of-tora
When one advertisement la not run In con
secutive Issues the one-time rate applies.
Six words count as one line oq cash ad
vertisements and no ad counted for less than
On choree or book advertisements the
charge will he based on the actual number
of lines aipariuic in ihe paper, regardes
or the numiier or worus in eacn line, x
In New Today ail advertisements are
chanced br meaatura only. 14 lines to the
Orefonlsn will accent classified advertise
tneit t over the teleuhene. providing the ad
vertiser Is a subscriber to either phone. Ho
prices will be quoted over the phone, but
bill. will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness oC the payment of telephone ad
vertlsemcnts. Situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not bo accepted
over the telephone. Orders for one inser
tion only will be accepted for "Houses for
Kent." Furniture for Sale." 'Bulne.s Op
portunities." 4 'Rooming -Houses" and "Want
ed to Kent.
for a small acreage tract close to th
city at a price much below the market
Section being rapidly developed. Thi
is a sure money maker. Kull particu'
A. H. BIRREIX CO, i
202 McKay Bids, Third and Stark St.
REAL, ESTATK UEALERS.
BENEDICT. 502 McKa
bids. M. 54.
Beck. William G.. 313-3HJ railing bldg.
Chapin & Herlow. S3L' Chamber of Commerca.
Cook. B. S- at Co., 50S Cortoett bids.
Jennings & Co. Main 1SS. 2ltf Uregonlan.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P. 401-405-40
The Ortfion Real Estate Co.. Grand ave.. at
Multnon.ah su (Holladay Addition.)
RKA I. ESTATE
For Sale Lots.
CORNER lot for confectionery and school
supplier; is tne only lot possible cornering
to the new Mount Tabor school building.
a si u uuw vjjvh ticnr nun gurnci ,
5UX1U0; price f 1300; terraa U needed. Thei
we own several lot.
may buy to live an.
or-the corner nas a
sell you that house cheap. Here
chance to have your business and b
dependent of streetcars living right
the business. You know these little stores
by the schools make a -lot of money.
OREGON REALTY CO..
43 4th Street.
; terraa If needed. Thei
s adjoining here yoi Jr
l The second lot wes
i house on It. We cat ft
) In- 1
t by I
Phone Marshall 37, A 334.
Turning On the
What's to be gained by purchaains a piano in
the dark anyho-w7 You cannot keep it there. - You
must let your friends see it and play upon It. Horse Ambulance Phone Marshall 600,
ROSE CITY PARK LOT8.
$10 DOWN", $10 MONTHLY.
East front lots. 60x100 each; price In
eludes cement walks, curbs, water matnaw
BLI OTl - 01 OUtU , (trysail UJ lOJ'lUIJ MU'Ult
up ; In the vicinity of nice homes; Rob
City Park Is on the eve of a great ae
velopment period; buy now and Kt in oi
the ground floor. W 157, Oregon Jan.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE 17S MADISON STREET.
Phones Main 508, A 7588.
Doubtless they know something about music and
musical instruments, and they will not be long In
discovering that either you have been deceived, or
that you are trying to deceive them.
Isn't it better to let the full light ot straight-
forward-open-and-above-board selling enter Into
the transaction. Come to the. Eilers Sales Rooms,
where, not only are the most of the best pianos In
the whole big world, but where the truth and
nothing but the truth is told about them.
The pianos and player instruments sold here
have no secrets that need be kept from you. They
are like certain grand men and women. The more
you see them and the better you know them, the
higher they rise tn your esteem and affection.
Our patrons have choice of several hundred
types of instruments, which may be tried and com
pared and tried again and again In the privacy of
Our prices for pianos of proved goodness are not
only not higher, but positively lqwer than those
usually asked for in-the-dark pianos.
Our terms are your wishes in the matter. Take
any on one, two. or three years' plan or $3 a week.
Bo why deal In the dark when the searcniignt oi
dependableness and knowledge is turned on,at
Kefer All Cases of Cruelty to This
Office. ' Open Day and Night.
Send or call for free oircular.
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY.
82 4th SU
fl$J gjt ,
ONTAKIO The gateway and natural rail
roan center ot tne enaite mver vanej
here the railrada are buildinff wes
across the state to the Coast, a fev
choice lots In the main town for sal'
cheap. If you want a lot where there wl:
be a city, call or write for map and In
formation to B. S. Cook A .Co.. 60S Cor
belt bid?., Portland.'
We will sacrlnce for cash that cholc
piece on the north side of the aveau
where the street curves near 20th at. I
Is 100x113 feet and projects 35 feet lnt'
the Btreet; no restrictions; f'JSoO takes it
t(500 cash required.
STRONG & CO., COB Concord Bldg.
$600 CORNER lot. convenient to Broadwa.
car, on 2itn at. tsortn, in Ainmwia run
Actual selling values are S1000 up. Wood
- lawn 2307.
Alder Street, at Seventh, the Nation's Largest.
in giving Mr. Metcaif a salute for his
activity in the matter.
Victim of Threats Asks Divorce.
OREGON CITY. Of.. June 18. (Spe
cial.) Alleging that her husband fre
quently threatened to chloroform her
while she slept. Clara G. Thlel today
niea sun zor divorce against uuo u.
Thlel. They were married in Rose-
burg March 24. 1907. and have one
child. The plaintiff alleges that while
they were living in St. Johns in No
vember, 1907, her husband repeatedly
threatened to kill her and finally tried
to frighten her by saying he would ad
minister chloroform. She asserts that
he refused to support her and she had
to work to support herself and cniia.
She asks for the custody of the child.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or.. June 18. Maximum
temperature. 92 degrees; minimum temper
ature. 60 degrees. River reading. 8 A. M ,
19.1 ft: Change In last 24 hours, fall 0.4 ft.
Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 6 P. M.) .00 inches.
Total rainfall since September 1, 1911,
32 54 Inche Normal rainfall since
September 1. 43.29 Inches. Deficiency
of rainfall since September 1, 1911, 10.76
Ins. Total sunshine. 11 .hours 40 minutes.
Possible sunshine, lo nours 40 minutes. xv
ometer (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.,
will obtain East of the Cascade Mountains,
and generally westerly winds will blow along
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.
HEILIG ' THEATER
TOMORROW (THURSDAY) AND
i KID AY MOHTS.
st- k - - ;
In the Comedy.
"The Real Thing'
11.50; balcony. 1. 75c, 50c; gallery, 00c
- ' AMUSEMENTS.
PORTLAND'S ROOF GARDEN,
1200 feet above the city.
Free scenic amusement park. High
class attractions. Open-air rink. Fie
' nlc grounds in old apple orchard.
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS FREE.
D A IT 17 O THEATER
lL-a. AV d XV. Main 2. A. 5360
GEO. I. BAKER, Mgr.
" BAKER STOCK COMPANY
Tonight, all this week. Matinee Saturday.
That widely-discussed roaring farce,
"THB BLUE MOUSE."
First time In stock. A scream of lanrhter.
The season's biggest laughing hit. Evenings,
25c. 60c Matinees. 25c Next week: "The
xjawn or a Tomorrow."
Des Moines ....
Galveston . . . . .
Los Angeles ...
New Orleans ..
North Head ...
North Yakima .
Sacramento . . .
San Francisco .
1 a co m a
The Dalles ....
Walla Walla ..
Washington- . . .
80 0.001 6 SE
so o.ooiio as
62 0.00 S N
SM 0.00 6 9
2 0.00 4 NE
60 0.14 6'N
SB 0. 10(18; N
76 0.00 6 NE
96 0.00 4W
64 0.021 8 N
M0.00 4 SW
90 0.00 14 3
& a O.H a:xtr
70O.0O 4 NW'Clear
92 0.O0I12 NE Pt. cloudy
62 0.00 18 SW jPt. cloudy
90 0.00T2 S Cloudy
S 0.01 30 N Pt. cloudy
16 SW Pt cloudy
4 SB Pt. cloudy
2 W Clear
4 W Clear .
86 0.00' 8 NW Pt. cloudy
96 0.0 10 S Clear
62 0. 21 IS ICloudy
6S 0.00il2 NWiCIoudy
72 0.00 14 'NWIClear
70 0.00 26 SW Clear
5 O.OvM 1 S
BO O.O0 4 W
VU 0.UU1 0 Bi
96 0.00) 5 N
Portland mad vicinity: Wednesday fair
anil oontlnuad warm. Variable winds.
Oracoo and . Washington: waonesaay.
s-anerallr fair and continued warm. ' Wester
ly winds over extreme weat portion and
east and to southeast winds in east por
Idaho: Wednesday, leu- ana continued
High atmospheric pressure still obtain
over th central portion of the united
States, while relatively low pressure prevails
on th Pacific slop and the Appalachian
Highland. Generally fair weather nas con
tlnued from the Plains suites westward to
the Pacific Ocean, and Ught to moderately
heavy, rains have fallen within the last ' 12
hours In the lower Mississippi ana onto val
leys. West Gulf states. Tennessee, North
Carolina and New Jersey. Thunderstorms
occurred at Prince Albert and Memphis.
The weather Is warmer from the Cascade
Mountains nearly to th Mississippi River.
nd It la In general, cooler in. th Gull
States and East ot the Mississippi River.
except along the Immedlat Atlantio Coast.
Weather condition tn the Pacific North
west ar becoming unsettled, but appear fa
vorable for continued fair and warm weather
la this district Wednesday. Easterly winds
S EVERY BAY
15C, 25c 60c, 1ST
WEEK JUNE 17 The Elliott Savones, Gra
ham Monstt's ScottlBh Players, Ray L.
Koyre, Five Original riroscoflia, Ronair and
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. KUiott, Jeter and Rog
ers. Orchestra. Pictures.
tS - avMATINEl
Msttnee Etci; !
' V B ttefined Vaudeville.
Any Seat 10c
10 and 20c
WEEK JUNE 17 Dollar Troupe:
(5) Five Nose (5) ; The () Dixie tlrs,
(irraler and La Fose, Richard Wally, Uno
nD n 0 U A 1 1 of he University jof
Un U Ui llrtLL, Washington, WILL
s ihbject of SEX AND HEALTH
Illnatxated by Stereoptlcon,
PANTAGES THEATER, Thursday, Jane
20, at the NOON HOUR (12ll0 to 13l45)
FOR MEN ONLY.
Admission Free. Auspices of the Social
Hygiene Society of Portland.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth st
JUNE 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 23.
Games Bestn Weekdays at 3iOO P. S
Sundays 3l30 P. H.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY
N Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
AUCTION SALES TOD.1T.
' at Wilson's Auction Bouse, at 19 A- M.
Furniture. 171-s-o becono stress.
At residence No. 545 Yamhill street, at 10
o'clock AM. 6. L. N. Oilman, Auctioneer.
I NOBLES,. ATTENTION!
Th regular monthly busi
ness meeting of Al Kader
Temple will be held on
Saturday evening, June 22,
at the Masonic Temple, at
8 o'clock; P. M. Petitions
will be received. Cere
monial session on the 29 th.
By order of the poten.
HUGH J. BOYD.
WEEK JUNE 17. The Five Colombians,
Charles Hasty. Tall roan. The Bel Canto Trio,
A flnntm, Mlffhl.nH.M V&ntMMtWt. PBA-
tagrs Orchestra. Popular prices. Boxes and
First Row Balcony Reserved. Box office
ooen from 10 A. M. to 10 P. H. Phones, A
22S6, Main 4636.. Curtain 1:80, 7:15 and 9.
Famous Boas Festival Rose Festi
val Musical Choruses this afternoon
and tonight. v .
Go and Hear Commercial and Ad '
Club members "spiel."
Bo entertained, a great night.
Oaks Park Band In great concerts.
Grand Opera Smarera, Slgnor L
Luccl and Slgnora Racbael Ruis.
Great fire dive br Philip Bower..
Tower 100 feet high.
Frank Rich Musical Comedy Company.
THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF INDIAN
WAR VETERANS of the North Pacific
Coast will meet Wednesday, June 19. at 10
A. f at Woodmen of the World Hall All
veterans out of the -hospitals are ordered to
report for muster and rations.
CTRL'S WALKER. Grand Com.
OTTO KLEEMANN. Grand AdJ.-Gen.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
111. A. F. AND A M. Special
Mm.,.n;na,lnn thl. T17H nDinD.l
? evening at 7:80 o'clock. Masonic
i empie. ora. in ma aa. ja, ue-
gree. visiting brethren welcome.
C E. MXLLER. Secretary.
rvu Tfirwrp vn act Tliv vtA.
TBRNAL BROTHERHOOD. Richard
(Dick) Trengrove, member of Oregon Lodge
No. 307, the Fraternal Brotherhood, will be
burled today, Lont Fir Cemetery. Funeral
aervlcea 2 P. M.. Flnley's. Members request
ed to meet at Flnley's. 2 P. M.
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 8,
R. A M. Stated communication
thia (Wednesday) evening at 8
o'clock. Work In past and M. E.
degrees. Banquet and speaking.
Visiting companions welcome.
A- M. KNAPP. Secretary,
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
46. A- F. AND A M-. stated
communication this (Wednesday)
evening. 7:30, E. 8th and Burn
side. M. M. degree visitors wel
come. J. H. RICHMOND. Sec
ORIENT LODGE. NO. 17. J. O. O. F.
Regular meeting tonight (Wednesday), con
ferring the .second degree. Visitors Invited
to do witn ns. - w. w. i&hiii, sec
CHRISTIE In this city, June 18, William
Henry unrlstlB, aged of years, Drotner
Thla Drettv modern new cottaea. close
in near the Reed College and S. P. car- I
shops. Make me an offer, cash or I
terms. Sell below actual cost. Take
Sellwood car to Harold avenue, go east!
to Jiui niast Twenty-second street, ask
ror Air. 5 an or.
Will Loan $75,
Corner, 116x150 Feex.
Will loan $75,000 towards the erec-
ROSB CITY PARK.
A fine 50x100 east-face lot, 1V4 Mock
from-car; thla is a choice ill, and ha
beautiful shade treoi: owner going away
price very reasonable. Main SUlrO, A 4185
ia ota st. near urk.
A fine lot 50x140 on Senate, near Sfltl
lew days, $50; easy terms. Owner live
out of city and must sell.
GRUSSI & BOL.DS.
31 S Board of Trade Bldg.. 4th & Oak.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Both high-class and chsap propertj
and I have the bargains In this dlittrlct
If you want to buy to advantage on Porr
land Helehta vou will have to see me.
Marshall 4S27. BROOKE. A 383F
of Mra. John O Connor. Funeral from Hol-
man'i funeral parlors at 8:30 A. M. to- I
day (Wednesday), June U, thence to the!
Cathedral, lfth and Davis sts. Services
at 9 A. M. Frienda invited, interment in u;ij; . coinn
the Exempt Firemen's lot In Lone Fir "On nf DUlldingS on same J lease $.2400
BARGAIN FOR YOU.
See me today before noon and
less than cost lots 24 and 25, block
Tet'jnka Park Addition, on Moun
carllne, ror $400; terms.
31314 Washington. Room 3
id buy ail
lock 2. in I
per annum. Apartmeut-house site.
TEEEY it HARRIS,
904 Yeou Bldg.
Cemetery. San Francisco, JTacoma
HERZ-June 18, at his home, 10 East A-PPv. to
Flanders street, Philip Herz, age 32 years,
beloved sdn of Gustave and Julia Hera,
brother of Therese. Camilla, Milton B. and
Louis I. Herz. Friends invited to attend I pi, f0:n C007
funeral services, which will be held atrnone ""1 Pool.
noiman'i iunerai parlors, at iu a. ai. to
morrow (Thursday), June 20. Interment
Beth Israel Cemetery. Services at the
RLAfKM A 7J At lit ft hom- 74 Xa ir p-art mi.
June 18, Albert Blackman, aged 47 years Eighty acres of first-class Clark
1 month 12 days, beloved husband of Mrs. County, Washington, land- for sale at
jq n. uiacKman. j- unerai will lane piaco 1 a Dargam. It IS practically all good,
t"""1 f"'"" . . , t oiuii ruuma. lieB wen; aoout 10 acres in cultivation;
ufjuiun, t jaw. Aiuw im ouui, no buildlnKs: some timber: located
i!lSi VJSfii M'.Z riU Ifir" 2Ue over one mile from Crawford on
v v w 1 jy. P. Ry. Leeal descrlotlon: N M N. W.
THURMOND In this city, June 17. Ml- w. M. I own this land and will c-ive
" rsA"T"u,.OB7s.TO. i...; tne best or terms, trice 52500: 500
in u ii ilia uUvo. ooiovea who oi Kicnara hnlnr tn suit Will s11 nsirt
E. Thurmond, of SL Johns. Funeral erv- I c-8,"' aia"ce lo..8U11-. wfu seu Pari
Jces will be held today (Wednesday), June 01 11 ai a Proportionate price..
10 PASH 1 WIfiEK.
My beauUful level lot in Reed Collet;'
district; large shade trees; water; grade
street; etc, without interest or taxes
price $25tt. Write owner, I 15, Drego
19, at 2 P. M. from Pearson's funeral par
lors, sttH-71 Kusseii st. jrienas respect'
fully invited to attend. - Interment Mt.
Scott Park: Cemetery.
VOSS At Salem. Oregon. June 17. .Royal
Irving voss, agea za years 2 months and
zi days. Air. voss was tne son 01 Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Voss, residlne; at 494 East 17th
st., this city. The funeral services will
take place at Flnley's Chapel, tomorrow
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock A. M. Inter
ment at Forest Grove, Oregon,. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend.
THOMPSON At her home, 1031 East 12th
st. North, Crlstine Thompson. . aged 69
years 9 months 26 days. Funeral will take
place from the church, corner Vancouver
ave. ana bKiaraore sc., xnursuay, june zlt,
at 2 P. M. Friends respectfully Invited.
interment kosb tjuy uemetery,
H. L MOODY
511 Washington St Vancouver, Wash.
Family Hotel Site
Fifty Year Lease
BEAUTIFUL view lot on southern l0P,
near council urest, soou ana up, inii
inn cement sidewalks, curbs, graded street
and waur; building restrictions; sold on
easy terms. provident Trust Company.
aa noor fctening nrng. jaa.111 io.
" $12.50 PER ACRE.
240 acres of fine land, 2u in cultivation;
this la a snap.
ATLAS LAND CO..
420 Lumber Exchange. ,
BEAUTIFUL valley view lots, with fruit
trees, on west biae. sicewaiK ana wtr
paid; 20 minutes from Postoffiee; 376 up.
Provident Trust Co., second floor a oiling
bldg. Phone Main 1600. A 626L
CORNER, 100x100, modern house and gar
age, Deal part 01 cast oiue ; vaiue 1 uw,
tor Vancouver home In the north part of
town. 415 Chamber of Commerce.
TWO snaps if taken this week; 2 lots on
9t a and Kliungswonn ; one ovenuimms
the river on Willamette blv. See owner,
Frank T. Berry, 4 N. 6th at.
WHY buy 60-foot lots when you can buy
fine H-acre Dome iracio, stv oiiuum iruia
postofTice, on your own terms' iox 3a a.
FIVE or ten acres, 14 miles from electric 7
line, Jo miies irom luuiihuusm, ao V'w
acre, eay iet uio. poo u w uc , un a
Berry. 4 N. 6th st. .
EAST front lot on paved street, near car.
surrounded ny nign-ciass nomes; win set
on very easy terms, with second-mortgag-'
privilege. dwner, S 161. Gregonlan. 1
Hlerh and Slffhtlv: eround arfta of FINE east front lot in Hose City Park
ii,uv ou un o leeu oeiween town ann 1 -wu uaiuw v-
BWivw a tv. f.miiv m.Manr. 1AU Alexandria Court (heat familv hntAl 2545, or address V 158, Oregonian
Washington si-, June n, jonn w. swanK. "n win utiy ueucr man o ner Tac at'TTKITI. tarner lot. 3d. K tcKltat an
aged -7 years, 1& months. 23 days, cent on $300,000 on investment of about Summit, on the Sandy boulevard, pric
which will be held at Holman's funeral I
UWAKHS W ILiLt LUAil ft 75,000
On Cost of Building.
$ 1 000. Inquire No. 124 Centervil'e. Wash I
parlors at 11 A. M. today (Wednesday)
iniermenc luvervww uemesery.
BOWLSBT Funeral services of the late
Joseph B. Bowlesby will be held today
(Wednesday) at 2 P. M. from the chapel
of the Skewes Undertaking Co., corner 3d
and Clay, interment Kose city cemetery.
THURMOND The funeral of the late
Minerva E. Thurmond wiu oe neid today,
Wednesdav. at 2 P. M.. from Pearson's
parlors, S69-871 Russell st. Interment at
Mount Scott Park cemetery.
monitm RN'TS Orto Schumann Mmrttla
Works. East Sd and nn sts. Emmt 14S.
410 CASH and $5 per month, beautiful lot
near r lnana, imnu lc uui.
HIGLE Y & BISHOP, 131 3d. room 201.
EXCEPTIONAL value; full jlze lot near
c.ir line, adjoining jaouni j aoor ran
$ 1000 spot casn. Ba anenocK '""K-
I. FOR SALE 1 lot on East 25th st., near S.
P. Shops. Address JjOUie uonnaun, oner
wood. Or., route 2.
serai director and undertaker, 220 Xnitd
cor. Salmon. Lady assistant.
Dnnnlii A Mcnsee. Funeral nlrMtsrm.
tth ud Pin.. Fhons Main 430. .Lata at.
Ifflasnt. unto, ox vouiiKy vurousr.
W. II. WEBB,
401 Yfon Bldg. Main 4913.
50x50 corner on PARK ST.
and ''Montgomery. For an apartment site,
or stores and flats, it cannot be excelled.
Present Income STS ter month from old
house. Price $12,500. Terms. This is $2500 MUST sell POxlOO, $450; close in, rich sol
TWO lota located on Mt Scott carllne in
Netonka Jrarn Aaaiuon, ior a..e tiionii
H 147. Oregonian.
-rtivr trnod lot. east front, on Sth St..
contractor. Phone A 4712.
DESIRABLE West Park street apartment ;
Its : very reasonaDie ; or mi n t n nuo j
Pbone Kast xune, v iuoo. iaay Mtenaanc
I below market.
0. ST JT Hi llU M 1 DVil, mM SBHW gl sI'IIEsbsTs, I
Lsmy neatisw. room asm , , as.
425 Failing Building.
KAsrT BIDE Funeral Directors, race
to F. 8- Dunning. Inc. E. 52, B $525.
vi . rmt unutxiHvi. wr asssassjt oiuor mmm
Eixto, avast ?ex. a imh, lsoj twrnniw.
KKXHEfl COMPANY. 3d and Ckr.
4162, A $I21. Lady attendmnt.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
I.ARGI0. PERMANENT, .
HODEtll. P O H T
LAD'D'9 ONLY MODERN
' PBBPBTiiAL CAKJs
of all burlai plots without extra,
charge. Provided with a perma
nent Irreducible Malntena nee
Fund. location Ideal; just out
side the city limits on north.
and west slopes oi mount jscott,
containing S35 acres, equipped
950,000 end Over oa
CE7TTRAI, BUSINESS PROPERTY.
LOWEST CURRENT RATES.
WM. M AC MASTER
, 701 Corbeft Bid.
$50 cash, balance $10 month. M 148, Ore-.
SMALL eoilty In beautiful full lot. Oiove-"
land Park; quictc oa-inin, amiii am.
j55 fine Hawthorne nistnct lot. luu
pon SALE- Two lots, 77100, Montavilla.i
each. AU la, uregonmn.
IRVING PARK ADD. Mt,
K. 4183. frice
On first-class improved city property.
p to 7 per cent. . -
t arm toans.
A. H. BIREELL CO.,
202 McKay Bldg., Third and Stark.
: MR. CAPITALIST j
EQUITY In two Bose City Park lots cheap;
- line location, ad wrejsviuo.ii.
A FEW Choice iota in irreenni.is, masnui-
cent view, joan sain, owo eyaiuing uiuk.
" Beach Property. t1
BEAUTIFUL lot, with small house, Seavl-w.
Wash., near siauun aim ue';ii.
terms, wood. awn tw, viv n. n w.
A controlling interest in close-in acre
cm Tslflttftd for salpi fift.opn thniicnnr)
wiiSrevefy modem conveniScew dollars required; doubly secured, best
SMITH In this city, at her late residence, -
,"MJ Eaet sith at. orth. Frances Leisier
Smith, aged 59 years 11 months and 19
days. The funeral services will take place
at the above-mentioned residence, today
(Wednesday), at 2:8rt o'clock P. M. In
terment at River-view Cemetery. Frier ds
are respectfully Invited to attend.
F KICKS 0 SUIT AU.
KKKVICB THE BEST.
ONifi UILB SOUTH OV
. LENTS. BEGIILIR -
AUTOMOBILE SEKV- "
. ICE FRfiCi BfiTWUfilf
, LENTS A AS TUaS Z
. CEMETERY. a i
m CITY O F F I C E. 92(T-921 YEON
BUILDING. MAIN 22S. A 7086.
CEMETKRY OFFICE. TABOR
1468; HOME PHONE RIKOS
THEN CaU. UiCAJL. ,201.
bank and individual references.
CC JOHN E. CRONAN. 7
Kf U 902 Spalding Bide. O
COLLIS. BERRIDGE THOMPSOIT.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. AUDITORS.
S24 Worcester Block. Phone Mala 6507
FOR $150 to $200 cash and small month. y
payments we win iuiniau 101 m uirun
neighborhood and build according; to youx
plans; satisfaction guaranteed. For par
ticulars. AR 120, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Modern 5-room house In Sell-
wood fuuu; easy terms; win iaie a gu.m
lot as part pay. Owner, AO lZo, Oregonian.
5 -room bungalow, modern, etc. ; $"0
terms. H. Ii- White, owner, .210 Railway
BUNGALOW, completely furnished; S rooms.
vestibule, oath; beamea ceilings, ount-m
bookcase, seats, buffet; garden: mugnifl-
cent view. Phone jj zoa.
FOR SAL13 Five-room new, partly fur
nished bungalow in Rose City park, $3000:
payments like rent; small payment down.
AO 157. Oregonian.
$50 CASH. bal. easy, fi-room mod. bungalow,
Unlon-ave. district; everything up to date!
HIOLEY & BISHOP. 131 34. room 201. .
BUNGALOW, new, 5 rooms, modern; below
market price. 1500 will handle. 90S
Division, owner. 501 ft Clay tt.
FOR SALE House and lot. very cheap ii
taken at once. Fhona Tabor 8408.