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THE MORNING OKEGOXIAN", SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
J m inn annrrn ni!
Park Board and Greater Port
land Association Favor
$2,000,000 Bond Issue.
SENTIMENT TO BE TURNED
Mr. 5Iische Explains Desire to Ex
pend $1,577,000 In Purchase
or Grounds and Balance for
Harmony was the keynote of a con
ference held yesterday between Mayor
Rushlight and the other members of
the Park Board and officers and mem
bers of the Greater Portland Plans As
sociation, and as a result a publicity
campaign will soon be Inaugurated,
with the two bodies working In co
operation to create sentiment for the
adoption 'of a bond issue of $2,000,000
to put the Bennett plans In operation.
Billboards, stereopticon pictures to
be shown in moving-picture theaters,
lectures by experts, the columns of the
daily press and other forms of pub
licity will be used in the effort to get
the people of Portland to vote the
money necessary to lift the city from
Its present place declared to be low
down in the list of the cities of the
country In regard to parks to a posi
tion near the top, with such cities as
Minneapolis and Chicapro. If possi
ble, the bond issue will be submitted
at the regular city election June 2.
Among the speakers was G. F. John
son, president of the Greater Portland
Plans Association. He expressed a
hope that the Park Board and the as
sociation would be able to harmonize
their Ideas and efforts, so that the work
of giving Portland a comprehensive
park system may be carried forward
systematically toward a definite end.
He said that it Is a work In which
every good citizen should be interested
and one to which the 8000 members of
the association have pledged their best
Ignorance Held Accountable.
A Rose City Park member of the as
sociation said that he had been greatly
surprised at the rejection by the people
of the J2.000.000 bond issue for the pur
pose of putting the Bennett plans Into
effect and that he was satisfied It was
simply a lack of knowledge of the
great work that had contributed to the
Secretary Dana, of the association,
offered brief plans for the campaign
that all the speakers declared is nec
essary to shape public sentiment to
ward making possible the prosecution
of the Bennett plans, as adopted at a
recent city election. He pledged the
co-operation of the association in the
The Park Board submlttted Its plans
of park Improvement and the members
of the association expressed pleasure
in finding that these were almost in
exact accord with the Bennett plans. A
statement was read showing that the
Board had outlined definite plans for
the expenditure of the 12.000,000 bond
issue, should it be passed by the peo
ple, and again the Board and the asso
ciation were found to be in accord.
Park Superintendent Mische went
over the plans prepared by the Park
Board, explaining the parks projected,
their areas and probable cost. Of the
$2,000,000 asked the Board proposes to
spend $1,577,000 in the purchase of
grounds and the balance In Improve
ments. It was announced that the
Board Is desirous of acquiring as many
playgrounds as possible.
Fancy Prices Wanted.
Mayor Rushlight told of the holdup
tactics of property owners who learn
that their holdings are desired for
park purposes. He said that even
with a Jury of appraisers the tracts
desired had been held at figures far
above their real value.
It was the regular monthly meeting
of the Park Board and a committee of
citizens from Portland Heights, head
ed by Dorr K. Keasey. appeared and
petitioned that Improvements be made
on their park. They want a rest sta
tion and some rose trees along the
paths. The Board promised to do
something toward the desired improve,
The Board Issued orders to advertise
for bids for band concerts this Sum
mer and decided to take steps for the
lighting of some parks and the placing
of bandstands In others.
MANY TO HEAR DR. BOYD
Seventy-five Have Registered Al
ready for Lectures at T. M. O. A.
Seventy-five registrations have been
received for the lecture course at the
Young Men's Christian Association by
Dr. John H. Boyd, pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church. As the first lec
ture Is to be delivered this noon, men
who desire to attend should communi
cate this morning with R. R. Perkins,
religious work director of the associa
tion. "While 75 registrations are a good
many for a noon lecture course, the
enrollment will greatly exceed this
number," said Mr. Perkins. "Last year
220 men enrolled for Dr. Boyd's course
and there was an average attendance
of 153. We hope to reach this total
this year and will doubtless do so, as
the popularity of Dr. Boyd's addresses
last year advertises the present series.
"We fear, however, that many of the
men who wish to attend do not appre
ciate the desirability, from our stand
point, of having them call ur In ad
vance." There Is no fee for na course and
only a nominal luncheon charge. Dr.
Boyd's subect today will be "The
Changing Conception of the Nature and
Function of the Bible."
DOCTOR ELUDES OFFICER
Joseph J. Jensen Flees When Dep
uty Comes to Arrest Him.
After he had Joseph J. Jensen, a phy
sician, under arrest, charged with Im
moral conduct, yesterday noon. Dep
uty Probation Officer Fisher, of the
Juvenile Court, lost his prisoner
through the latter's presence of mind.
"J. Jensen." said the doctor, looking
at the warrant of arrest, "that's my
brother you want, I guess," at which
Fisher released his grasp on the arm
of his man. While Fisher was wait
ing around for the appearance of the
mythical brother the man really want
ed was making his "getaway" from his
offices in the Lafayette building. Sixth
and Washington streets.
The doctor sllppped out the rear
window of his office and, by means of
a board, got to the roof of an adjoin
ing structure. He then Bed down a
stairway and through a restaurant into
Sixth street. Five men from the Ju
venile Court and Sheriff's office are on
The complaint against Jensen
JOHN A. BERRY, att'y, collection, ab
stracts examined, written opinions on legs,
questions. 317 Allsky bldg. Marshall S32i.
ADVERTISING novelties of every descrip
tion. Most complete line. Exclusive aeaier
N'urnberg Imp. Co.. 638 Hamilton bldg.
AMATEUR KODAK FINISHING.
QUICK service, tut rates; send tor price
list. The Kodakery. 6th and Washington.
AS3A1KKS AND ANALYSIS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
nH -.-L- 1 Vtt Mnrrison St.
WELLS & CO., mining engineers, chemlsu
nnrt nvcnvA-B '.111 li TT7 gshn,tl)ll St.
A. E. COOPER removed ta suit 400 Yeon
bldg. Phone Main 103S.
WE buy furniture for cash. Geo. Baker
Co.. IflB park. Main 3332. A 2587.
A VERY experienced teacher, from San
Frflnpienn im ho-A H v In fill PnST&Ke-
ments as' band teacher: best references.
Address J. c. Luppy, care Elks Club.
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways, foot Abernethy st.
BRASS AND MACHINE WORKS.
HARPER S BilASS WORKS Brass casting
and machine work. 103 N. 5th. Main 3702.
NORTHWEST P.L'G CO. Rugs from o'.U
carpets, rag rugs. 153 Union ave.
WILLIAM, Estelle and Flossie Daveny, the
only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 302 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. Ji. D.
H11L Offices. 429 Flledner bldg. Main 8473.
DR. M. H. M'MAHON. 121 4th; men. women
and children treated, $10 a month.
CLEANING AND DYEING.
BEST cleaning and dyeing. Vienna Cleaning
ft Dya Works. 224 3d St. M. 1456. A 3450.
COLLECTIONS a specialty; loans and ad
justments, (irlmm Agency, 4ii u-oivj.
COAL AND- WOOD.
ALBINA FUEL CO. BLOCK
BRANCH E. 33D ST. WOOD.
EDLEFSON FUEL CO.,
East 303. Mine Agents.
PROF. Vv'AL WILLSON'S Dancing School
Walts, twostep, threestep. achottiscbe; les
sons 25c; every morning, afternoon and
evening; all dances guaranteed Qrst les
sou. Do you know that anyone who walks
can learn to dance? Stage and fancy
dunces taughA. daily. 80 5th St.. bet.
Stark and Oak sta. Phone Main 7637.
HEATH'S DANCING SCHOOL, Allsk.'
bldg.. 3d and Morrison sis. and 109 2d st..
between Washington and Stark. Lessooj
dally; waltz and twostep guaranteed In 4
lessons; class Monday and Friday even
. ings, 8 to 10. at 1H second st.
RINGLER'S Dancing Academy Private les
sons dally; class Monday. Friday evenings;
social dance Wed.. Sat- 23Hi Morrison.
DESIGNERS ANT) BUILDERS.
THE E. M. MILLER CO.,
Designers and builders, general contract
ors. 226 Shaver. Phono Woodlawn 2753.
"Dawn." girls' glee club. Piano solo. How
INTERNATIONAL Detective Agency Re
sponsible, conservative, satisfactory. Night
Mar. 445; day. Main 6424. 510 Dekum bldg
PERSONAL Service Detective Bureau Or.
the Job day and night. M. 2005. A 3034.
415-17 Merchants Trust bids.. Dept. A.
BOTSFORD ADV. CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co., Morrison 4fc 2d.
juli?. DiiEitnl PLOW CO., Morrison and 2d.
H. M. S AUL Jx CO., 322-26 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHIILLIURAL WIRE AND IRON VtxkS.
trortianu wire c iron vK, 2d and coiumoia.
AUTO AND ulliUl TOPS.
DJEHL'll.i.11, Jbuutil iur Cu.. 200 2d St.
Mitchell, Lewi ac &kur t-w., E. Mor. sx 2d.
xiUvtArtLl utuooiitt Co., t'tn and Coucn.
N. W. AUTO CO., 01 Wash., Rao, Huuson.
BALLOL c itniuni, 7tn auu uak.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AX HOME.
Baggage st omnibus 'Iranafor. Park dc Davis.
OAJB.lt at CO.NiEC 1 10NEJS' SUPPLi 3.
.mi, 51 ' LEAN & rrtCI, 4ia and Uli at l
Brunswlck-Balae-Coiieiiuer Co., 46 Fifth at.
B1CV.CLES, MOTORCYCLES ft SUPPLIES.
OALLOU 4 V RIGHT, 7lh and oak.
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES.
BniDhwicfc-b aike-collencer Co., 40 Fifth St.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
GOODMAN ltoS. bliOE CO., .0-32 Front
PRINCE SHOE CO.. 80 N. Filth.
Royal Bakery Ac conf., inc., .lth & Everett.
BREWS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRi EiNAl AltD, 13th and urnsida.
GAMBR1NUS BREWING CO.. 24th Ac Wash.
S. BIRKE.NWALD CO., 9th and Flandera.
BLTTEH, EGGS AND ICE CREAM.
T. S. Tovicisend Creamery Co., 18 Front St.
THE ALDoN C AND V CO., 12th and Gllsan.
J. N. MATSCHEK CANDY CO. 27u First St.
CANVAS. WATERPROOF FURNISHING
Willamette Tent & Awning Co.. 205 Burnslde
CEMENT. LLS1E AND PLASTER.
F. T. LKUrtE Ac CO.. 45 Fourth st.
BARON-FULOP CO., 32 and !4 N. Fifth.
usi n uui ' .3.
FLEISCHNER-MAVEH CO.. 207 Ash at.
Clarke-Woodward urug Co., Alder at W. Park
Blumauer-Frank DrugCo.. Park & Everett.
' ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
STCBBS ELECTRIC CO., 6th and Pine sts.
charges him with improper conduct
toward an B-year-uiu sicc
Jensen is about 40 years old and Is
H. Rlchter, Once Freed, Must
Face Grand Jury Again.
t acw.nt,r1 rnmmitment. J. II-
Richter, former bartender for Tony
Arnaud, Is neid to answer to the Brand
lurv on a charge of keeping; his wife In
an immoral place.
On a sick bed which Is expected to
be the scene of his death before many
days, Arnaud made a deposition which
throws light on underworld transac
tions. . ,
Preliminary steps to aeprive mm ui
his license to the saloon forced him to
, ' ..1 Irurufur t rv Rlchter.
mane t. .. .. . . -
who was courting, and eventually mar
ried, one or tne inmsiea
Arnaud said that Kicnter transierrea
it .. rlvfli, .Tnnkins. but
trie miuur ui.c"-"' w '- -
Arnaud kept up the payments. Kecent-
. .- . Mnj .a V. o vn t)m C!itv
iv an euurt v u wouo - - j
Council approve a transfer from Jen
kins uacK to Arnauu. a uu m
ney bv the name of Parshley" (now a
candidate for Municipal Judge), said
Arnaud, "and he said he could get the
iirnjiiis "'V""" vt --
dismiss the case. Justice Jones held
Rlchter to tne grana jury,
Richter, held as a material witness, has
furnished bond for her appearance.
Moose May Buy Hot Springs.
OREGON CITY. Or.. Jan. 81. (Spe
cial.) The Moose Lodge, In session
here, approved plans outlined by
i r Tlor-A owner of Hot Lake
Springs, In Union County. Or., whereby
It Is probable mat tne opritigs m
purchased by the Moose as a National
home. The price may be close to JBOO,
000. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 31. Maximum temper
ature, 4J degrees; minimum. S7 degrees.
River reading. A. M.. 4.S feet: change
in last 34 hours, 0.5 foot fall. Total rain
fall. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.. none: total rain
fall since September 1, 1912. 24.57 Inches;
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed.
Mme- Courtright, 711 Dekum. Main 30-2:
VALENTINE'S system ladles' tailoring;
dressmaking taught. 152 Grand ave.
WE BUY, sell, rent and exchange new and
K,eAnri-T?flnri motors: renair work a spec-
laity. Western Elec. Wks. 213 6th.
Motors and dynamos bought, sold, repaired
H-M-H Elec. Co.. 31 J.". 1st. Main H210.
ELECTRIC motor specialists. James Mac
Kenzie Elec Works. 10S Union av. E. 117
STAMMER? Method for cure explained free.
M. L. Hatfield. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
ENGINES GAS AND STEAM.
ROBER Machinery Co.. Coast agents Sex
bury steam engines and boilers, gasoline
engines. 2S1-2S3 E. Morrison. Phone E. 51
EMBOSSED STATIONERY, engraved cards.
Gariiam Co.. 4U3 Manchester bldg.
FOR fire insurance, see Chapln-Herlow Mtg.
& Trust Company. We have good com
panies and will treat you right. Phones
Marshall 4010, A 6007. Third floor Cham
ber of commerce.
FUNERAL WORK SPECLALIST
FOR funeral designs, cut flowers and potted
plants go to Carl E. Taubo, the new flor
ist, 406 i, Morrison St., and get hla prices.
HOUSES furnished on installment, new or
fine second-hand furniture. Western Sal
vage Co.. 545 Wash., bet. 16tu and 17th.
BOWERS & PARSONS. .10014 Front. M. 7443
Furniture hospital; packing and shipping
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Only Oregon Are Insurance company.
For ladies' garments try E. A. Adams, 291 Is
Morrison, suite 7. Mar. 1034. References.
LAN TERN SLIDES.
STEREOPTICON, slides of all kinds, ban
ners. cards. Enterprise Art Co. 73 6th st.
PACIFIC Landscape Gardening Company,
515 Rothchlld bldg. Phone Marshall 2308.
LEA fU-t-R AND 11NULNGS.
CHAS. L. MASTICK & CO., 74 Front. Leata
er of every description, tabs., mfr. findings.
J A. STROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
" tabllshed loio. lob Front St.
KINO SCHOOL for the deaf and hard of
hearing. 308 Central bldg. i
20 TEARS' experience in saw filing; new
locks. 224 Mam Ft. M. U204.
HASTY Messenger Co., day and ulfrnt serv
ice. Phones Main 53, A 2153.
RAGTIME guaranteed, 10 to 20 lessons:
piano, mandolin, guitar, singing; 12 to 1.
5 to 7 P. M. 417 Eliers bldg.
P1A.NO STUDIO, modern methods, 269 14th,
Main 3803. Arrangements for practice.
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk, 325 Fliedner bldg. A 4160, Mar. 1628
DR GROVER, Specialist paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 703 Oregonian bd. M. 314:1
Ur. R. B. Northrup, 415-16-17 Dekum bldg.
Nervous and Chronic Diseases.
Phone office, M. 349; res. East or B 1028.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
FIRE DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT.
A. G. LONG, 16th auu Marina. i.
.,..-,. ti..i 1VI1 I14M1RS.
X.TXVUVJ 3 ------
J. C. BAl'EK. Front anq Market sts.
iiu fiVHTRIU AND 1CEL
1UUS1 Ac cu., iuc. ci Front St.
PORTLAND FISH CO.. 34 Front st.
LUB LINER, Florist, 428 Washington st.
CROWN MILLS, Board of Trade bldg.
Avi, iirfil ,r;-TK
M'EWEN Ac xvOSivciil, J2U Front.
' l 111, Vll WAlttf Allt.
J. C. BAIcil, i? ront auu Market sta.
. ..... ..... .i mini. .i:ii'f.lli:s.
Neituwest Scuool Furniture co., 24 d at-
Albers Bros, muling Co., Front & Marshall,
KERR. UlFFOilD Ac CO.. Lewis Dldg.
BALFOUK-GU1HR1E Ac Co., Board of Trade.
M. H. HuUSER, uoard of Trade.
NORTHERN GRAIN Ac WHaE. CO., Bd. Tr.
THE W. A- GORDON CO.. Board of Trade.
ALLEN A LEW lei ticst. lb.il), 46 N. Front.
W ADHAMS Ac CO., BX-75 41h St.
Marrhall-Wrlla Haruware Co., 5th and Pine.
HATS AND CAPS.
TKANHAUSER HAT CO.. 03-55 Front st.
J. H. Klosterman & Co., leading hay dealers.
HLDS, FUR, PELTS, WOOL, TALLOW.
THE H. F- NORION CO.. 312-15 Front at
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND JURS.
BlsciiNtER Ac Co., From and Salmon.
EAHN BROS.. 101 Front at.
M'NEFF BRoiHKKa, U14 Worcester bldg.
IRON, STEEL, HEAVY HARDWARE.
ROBERTSON Hardware & Steel Co., 65 ,5th.
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO hCPPLY CO.. 14a 3d.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHE BROS., 304 Pine St.
UME, CEMENT AND PLASTER.
Nottingham Ac Co.. 102 F'ront st!
F. B. MALLORi Ac CO., 231 Pine St.
Loggers sc contractors' Maea. Co.. 71 Bth st.
LUBRICATING OILS. .
Balfour. Guthrie ec Co., Board of Trade.
normal, 25.84 Inches; deficiency, 1.27 Inches.
Total sunshine, none; possible, 9 hours 41
minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea level)
at 6 P. II., 30.49 Inches.
S2 -. D
4210. 00J 4'NW'Clear
38,0. 0i)f 4lNWiClear
62, T. (22 SW iClear
34)0.02 Wi-WV, Cloudy
3!!0.00 43 Cloudy
6 T. 12iNW'Clear
5S0.00 4 E Clear
36 0.00 4W iCIoudy
76,0.16 10,W (Rain
S3I0.OO! 4.SW Clear
62 O.001 4SW 'Clear
36 0.02 4t IFoggy
62;0.92;10 N JClear
42:0. 00I18:.VW Clear
Dfs Moines ....
Kansas City . . .
L.os Angeles ...
New Orleans . .
North Head . . .
North Yakima .
St. Louis ......
San Francisco .
Walla Walla ...
4 SE Clear
4 W Clear
4 W Cloudy
40 0.001 4,S
6;0.00 4 E
0.00 20 XW
64 T. 18'SW 'Cloudy
Portland and vicinity Fair, probably fol
lowed by rain; winds mostly southerly.
Oregon Fair, except fair followed by rain
northwest portion; winds mostly southerly.
Washing-ton Fair east, rain west portion;
winds mostly southerly.
A disturbance of marked energy is mov-i-
rinwn thA St. Lawrence Valley, and
there are two high-pressure areas In the
West, one being central over the North
Pacific States and the other over the Da
kotas The barometer is relatively low In
the Southwest. Snow has fallen in the Lake
Region and ram in me Aunauc oui- nm
Massachusetts south to Florida. In the
t i airsa Rot-i-n Middle Atlantic and
New England States high winds prevailed
during the day. It is much colder In the
Mississippi. Ohio and Lower Missouri Val
' PAINTS. OILS ASO GLASS.
COAST-MADE paint and varnish Is best
adapted to the Coast climate. BAsa
HEL'TEP. PAINT CO., 101 1st St. t
U. S. AND FOREIGN PATENTS procured by
O. O. Martin.
403-409 Chamber of Commerce bldg. .
Patents procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-iaw,
late of the U. S. Patent Office.
Booklet free. 1010 Board of Trade bids.
R. C. WRIGHT, 22 years' practice. U. S. and
foreign patents. 600 Dekum bidg.
PORTLAND WOOD PlpECO. Factory and
PIPE for sale cheap; second-hand machln
ery. AiasKa Junk Co.. 227 Front. M- 41 lo.
PLUABING AND HEATLNG.
CONTRACT, repair honest prices, estimates
turn. M. 7b35. T. H. Crowther. 3o Ja.
ANDERSON PRINTING CO..
73 ! Sixth St., corner Oak.
, ?!.. .i.h, pi riwd facilities.
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. St. Phones Main 710 and A 2TIO.
OUR Exc dept. offers cash or you can trade
SHOWCASES, BANK AND SHOW
THE LUTKE MFG. CO., branch Grand Rap
ids Showcase Co., ttta and Hoyt. R. Lutae.
PORTLAND SHOWCASE F.I.XT1L'E5r
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
i .,..,,..,. l.nl anH cabinet worK.
MISS WOODS, Spanish translator and
teacher; first letter translated free; nrsi
lesson free; terms reasonable. Phono tast
HAVE your gas stove repaired by an ex-
peri, r.. i..u.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts; Just completed new tire,
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles contains sepa
rate fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam
heated piano-room, trunk and rug vaults,
trackage for carload shipments; vans for
moving; reduced freight rales on house
hold aooda to and from East In through
K.llil All ilniuirlltlClltl.
cars. mum .... -
C O TICK -Transfer & Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
for valuable; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sta;
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for siilppmg; special rates made on goods
la oar through cars to all domestic and
foreign porta, jiam vov,
General transferring and storage, safea.
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. 87-80 Front SU Telephone
Main 547 or 2247,
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. established 1870.
Transter and forwarding agents. Offices
and storage 474 Gllsan at., corner ISth and
Occidental Warehouse Co.. 9-11 N. 4th st.
Merchandise storage, bonded and free.
Transfer and forwarding agents. Mar. .89.
IlS TO o5 will buy a REBUILT TYPE-
WRITER: rebuilt as good ts new; all
makes to choose from at Gills Hd and
Alder- terms to suit; every machine guar
anteed. Call or phone for representative.
Main 8500 or A 6068.
WE are the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on the Coast; Investigate
all makes, all prices. Tne Typewrtter
ixenange, jn ya - "
NEW. rebuilt, second-hand rentals, at cut
r"t4s. P. P. C. Co.. 231 Stark. Main 1407.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S JS'ECKWEAB
lOCMBIA Neckwear Mtg, Co.. ca Flfta st,
JONES CASH SIOUE, Front and Oak.
Fl'.ANT'LIN as CO., lot rrmii
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS'.
n r-Actr. it- CO.. 5th and Oak. -
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sta
NO-AAOisa 'i- i' i .
MILLER. SIMINGION, Calhoun Co.. 45 4tn.
oenajKntal iron and wire.
EPor?d Wire At Iron Wks. Belmont E. Water
PAINTS, OILS AND varnishes.
RASMUSSEN Ac CO.. jobbers, painty oils.
i. u,n and doora cor. 2d and Taylor.
w p. FULLEIt CO., 12th and Davis.
PALNTS"AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 186 First si
PAPER BOXES AND SHELF BOXES
A. i koi Co.. 2 F'ront. Carto;
PAPER BOXES AJD BOJii,! Su-J.r.
portianq rayci -- . .
uc KIODICALS, BOOKS AND POSTCARDS.
, OREGON NEW a CO.. 71 Front st.
, t-, Al-ll VIVIIIIH
gvinHT PACK1NI3 CO.. 4,4 East Alder.
'PIPE, PIPE FITTING AND VALVES.
M. L. KLIN cl. B4-a" riout -c
..v:., .1 I'll ATI--. A. If HI;P1'LIEH.
M L KLINE, S4-btf Front st.
M. KARDEl & SONS. 240 Front st.
POUETKV, EGGS, CALVES, HOGS.
ui-Mi, iSvUKUlNU, 45-47 Front St.
tun itlVlli K TU'IVR
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northing.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
rOT.UMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny st
SAaU, DOORS AND GlVSS.
w F b ,.i.EK Ac CO.. 12th and oavls.
...... v , i i Aril iviritv
PORTLAND iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
" SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUl-PLY CO.. 68 Front at.
Cll l. 11' V" -i-.".--..--- -
TUB HARD1E MFG. CO.. 4i) N. Front rt.
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co., 172 1st st
MORGANWALL PAPER CO.. 230 Second.
... ,x-xr a-vii nornRi
JOHN ECKLLND, 123-125 Front St.
RL.UMAUER & HOCH. 105-107 12th L
KIRK AND WIRE ROPE.
JOHN A. Roebling's Sons Co.. 89 Bth St.
UIUK AND IRON WORKS.
Portland wire Ac Iron Wks.. 2d & Columbia
leys and also In the Lake Region. The
temperature nas risen m uio Atw cuiouu
The conditions are favorable for fair
wpather in this district Saturday, except in
Western Washington, where light rain will
occur, which will probably spread to the
Willamette valley oy afternoon or mgnt.
EDWARD A. EEALS, District Forecaster.
VOELPEL In this city, January 31, at the
famllv residence. 2ti0 East 8oth St.. Henry
A. Voelpel, aged 01 years, father of Adam
J. and Joseph Voelpel and Mrs. Leopold
and Mrs. E. J. Le vin, ail or tnis city.
The remains are at the parlors of F. S.
Dunnlne. Inc.. East Side Funeral Direct
ors, 4-14 East Alder st. Announcement of
tne time ox lunerai wm oe given later.
MOR AX At San Dleeo. CaL. Jan. 3L Pat
rick Moran. aged 84 years, father of John
Moran and Mrs. J. E. Forestel, of this
city. Remains will be brought to Portland
for interment. Funeral notice later. The
deceased was a member of Seaside lodge
No. 13, A. o. u. w. aan Francisco.
papers please copy.
PRESTON At Berkeley. CaL. January 30.
of smallpox. James Hugh Preston, only
son of James T. and Edith D. Preston, of
1042 Spruce street, Berkeley, CaL, and
grandson of Mrs. Mary J. Preston, of
-t.ag;e creeis. ur.
UHALT In this city, January 81, Jane
Uhalt, aged 87 years. The remains are
at the parlors of F. S. Dunning. Inc., East
Side Funeral Directors. 414 East Alder
street. Announcement of the time of fu
neral will be gl'en later.
BAYS In Los Angeles, Mrs. John Bays, sur
vived by seven children: Mrs. Amelia iop-
fer and J. S. Bays, of this city; Mrs. W.
T. Phillips, Mrs. C C. Bennett, D. A.
Bays and E. J. Bays, of Les Angeles, and
Airs. E. L James, oi sac ram en to. .
LANG Mrs. B. Lang passed away at Salt
Lake City, Utah, today (Friday), January
Rl. Mother of Mrs. E. Rhlenstrom and
Mrs. Harry Lang, of this city; sister of
Mrs. M. Lang, or tnis city.
BINS W ANGER In this city, January 31,
Leona BInswanger. aged 25 years,
months 23 days. Remains are at the new
parlors of J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery
and Firtn streets, runerm notice iaier.
FUE RALK OTI CBS.
SIMMONS At Hepnner. Or.. January SO. R,
George Simmons, aged 83 years. Friends
invited to attend funeral services, which
will be held at Holman's funeral parlors
at 1 P- M. tomorrow (faun day , February
2. Interment Muitnoman cemetery.
SCHAFFER January 81, Augusta Schaffer.
-ed 6 S years. Remains at Dunning &
McEntee's parlors, where they have been
prepared for shipment to Condon, Or.
rishop In this city. Jan. 30. Mrs. Lulu
Nora Bishop, aged 40 years. Remains are
at Holman's funeral parlors for shipment
to Dayton, or.
HI- If f THEATER
Hi 1 JLj A VJ lllh and Morrison
LAST TWO TIMES TODAY
THIS AFTERNOON. 9 O'CLOCK
TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK
Klaw & Erlanger Present
Era. and Jfat.. $2, f 1.50. $1.
Satt FEB. 2 and 3
Both Matlnra. at S, E renins; at 8; 30.
PAUL J. RAINEY'S
Prices X0c and 23c. Seats selling.
Reserved seats afternoon and night.
Sr. February 5
GREATEST DRAMATIC SOPRANO
Rommel, violinists B. Simmons, Plana.
Prices, lower floor $2.0O-1.5O. Balcony
2.00-J1.50-l.OO-75a Address letters
checks money orders; W. T. P ANGLE.
Main Z. A 5360.
Geo. L. Baker. MP
Sixth and Seventh. Near Morrison.
Horns of the popular Baker Players. Matinee
tncay, last time luBigm.
Charles Klein's gripping play of high finance
-OH-.- lr in MtA-le Siinrh settings.
Evenings, 25c. 85c, 50c. AU Mats.. 25c.
Next week, starttne tomorrow matinee
MAIN 6, A 1020.
Sunnorted by her company of 25 players
from Theater Sarah Bernhardt, rans, in
Saturday and Sunday
5 OTHER GREAT ACTS--5
Matinees, 25c, 50c. 75c. $1. Nights, 25c, 50c,
75c, Jl.UV, Sl.OAK
Un equaled vauUevtlle.
Due to the stupendous programme, which
Dr. Frederick A. Cook
The famous Polar explorer.
) First Evening Curtain Will Rise
7:00 P. M. SHARP
Second Performance at 9 F. M.
Great Golden Troupe of 10 Musical Rus
sians, special scenery ana lignimg enects;
Mardo Trio, Miss HiJina uaraner, im fenu
a. Pn. fomarun and O'Connor. Pantaxe-
scotSe. Boxes and first row balcony re-
s i . - a jf tn
Bervea. uiml-o uijku u um av . ". -
10 P. M- Phones Main 2i!39, Main 4bdti.
Positirely Jfo Advance in Price.
WEEK JANUARY 27 Keating- ft Flood
pre sen i jrvniii-t - uinuu, uj vub. a'r
Two performances nlehtly ; matinee daily j
starting at 6:30. Tuesday nights, athletic
1 U. U-.... LXrl.. nllira
DUU .tmL. .
PFILB In this city, January SI. 1018. Philip
pfile, aged 87 years, 4 montns, z nays.
Remain- are at the new narlors of J. P.
Finley & Son, Montgomery and 6th sts.
On Sunday, February 2, at 7:15 A. M., tne
remains will be taken to Corvallis, Or.,
where services will be conducted at 2
o'clock P. M. Friends invited. Interment
will be made in tne xarony plot.
t ?t . a vv Tannnrv 9H. Harvev Blake, acred 57
years. Funeral services win ne nexa ai me
residence, 496 E. 18th street North today
(Saturday), at 1 P. M. Friends respect
fully invited. Interment Riverview Cem
etery. CARLSON At the family residence, 628
East MonawK St., tu jonns, .an. aw,
Margaretta Carlson, aged 57 years 6
months 16 days. Friends invited to attend
funeral services, which will be at the
Christian Church at St. Johns at 2 P. M.
tomorrow (Sunday), Feb. 2. Interment
CONWAY In this city, Jan. 80, Captain
George Conway. Friends invited to at
tend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors at 2 P. M.
tomorrow (Sunday), Feb. 2. Concluding
services at the Jortiana crematorium,
ALMY At the family residence, 255 East
23d St., Jan. 80. fiiQwara Airay, ageu
6S years 4 months 18 days. Friends in-
vitoH to attend funeral services, which
will be held at Holman's funeral parlors
at 2 P. M. today (saturaay?, ueo. in
terment Mount Hcott fWK gemewry.
KRAUSE At her home, 808 Front St.. Jan.
30, Mrs. Anna Kxause, aged 81 years.
i---,ri- i-vitri to attend funeral serv
ices, which will be held at the Portland
Crematorium at 2 P. M. today (Saturday).
Remains are at Holman's funeral parlors
until 12:30 P. M. Saturday. Take the
Sellwood car tor crematorium.
up EDWARD HOLM AN, the leading
r - uts. Thi.il . i m ttt isnr
runerai qirwr, -p---;.--"
M. P. FINLEY SON.
Montgomery, at irifth St.
' East 6lde' Funeral Directors. 414 East
- . . a - . - u 9R-f&
Aluer at. --t.
DUNNING M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
Sth and Flnts. Phone -lain 430. Lady at-
. . m.u. A minis fnmnr.
tenqani-. v -
LERCH, undertaker, cor. East Alder and
RKJEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANV, Sd
and Tciaj'. Main 4168, A Lady attendant.
A. R ZELLER CO.. East 1088. C 1088.
Lady attendant. Night service.
M K MO RIALS Portland Marble Works,
-644th.JPPotteCity li ail. Latah, laaft.
" MONUMENTS Otto Schumann MarbU
Works, fcast ou m. w -v-
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CONTAINING S35 ACRES.
Portland's Only Modern Cemrtary
With perpetual Care.
One Mile Southeast Lenta.
Perm anent and picturesque, park
and lawn plan Perpetual care with
out extra charge. Prices moderate,
service excellent; every convenience
In use. Including large, luxuriously
furnished rest rooms for visitors.
Reached by Mount Scott and Caaa
dero cars. Free auto service. Tabor
M6S. B 111- Call for Local 420L
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICES NO. 320 UNION AVENUE, COR
KER MARKET STREET.
Dhn.o Flaat 1423. B 2515.
-S-. r. m mila nra fnr Sick Of disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Prices
reasonable. Report all cases of cruelty
to thifl orrice. upen aa,y nu uiuu
AL KADER TEMPLE. A.
A. O. N. M. S. Ceremonial
session Saturday. Feb. 1, at
7:30 P. M.. New Masonic
Temple, West Park and Yam
hill sts. Visiting nobles cor
dially Invited. Do not for
get the green and whit
card. A short business see
sion will be held at S P. M
To act on petitions received
inn To - "ft Anv natttlon
that La In the
hand- of the recorder by 2
P. M.. Feb. 1, will be acted on by the temple.
By order of the potentate.
nuiin j. dj lis, xiivuiuDi.
AL KADER TEMPLE. A.
A. O. N. M. S. Officers,
members, Arab patrol and
band will assemble in Ma
sonic Temple this (Saturday)
at 3:30 p. M. to prepare to
meet our visitors at the
North Bank Depot at 5 P.
M. Automobiles are wanted at
6 P. M. sharp at depot.
Noble Joseph McClelland Is
chairman of that committee.
See him. Sons of Al Kader. do your duty
and help make this ceremonial what it
D. Q. tomasjni, potentate.
OREGON LODGE NO. 101, A.
F. AND A. M. Special com muni -
pose of conducting the funeral
services of our late brother, George Con
way, late a member ot juission iouge .no.
195. A. F. and A. M. of San Francisco.
Services at Holman's chapel at 2 P. M.,
thence to Crematorium. Visiting brethren
Invited. By order of W. M.
A. J. 1AiL1A., Sec.
SELLWOOD LODGE NO. 131.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com-
Kxu munlcation Sunday, Feb. 2, 1:30
East 13th st. and Spokane ave.
for the ourDose of oonductlnK the
funeral of our late brother. William Van
Glahn. All members are especially requested
to attend. Visitors welcome. By order or
W. M. J. H. UUTLEK, sec
COLTTMBIA REBETKAH LODGE. NO. 3,
I. O. O. F. All members are requested to
attend the funeral of our late sister, Cath
erine osvoia wnicn win ne neia irom i. u.
O. F. Temple, First and Alder streets, to
morrow t Sunaay j, reo. a, at Z :u nnnrp.
Rebekah services will be held at the grave.
rmjiMRTi REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 3.
I. O. O. F. The 600 social to be given Sat
urday evening. Feb. 1, is postponed for one
month on account of the death of our late
sister, Catherine usvoiu.
1UA. lULiLtlO, OOC.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily or bun day.
fin. Tim lo
Kma H rvA jwiriMvntlvo time. ....... .220
Same ad three consecutive times 30c
bame ad tlx or seven consecutive times. ,&0o
The above rates apply to sovwiuwuicHi.
under "New Touay" ana au outer wbi4v
Lions except the following!
situations nsniee, anc
Situations Wanted, temsie.
For Kent, Rooms, private Famlllea.
Booms and Board, Private families.
Housekeeping Rooms, private families.
uh.n -n siivriltnifnt ! not run in on-
ecutive issues the one-time rate applies.
uiakIi fount u one line on cash ad
vertisements and mo ad counted for less than
Remittances must accompany out-of-town
Tha nrcMnmn -nil trrfm eiamiTie o h u
r.riumnt vr tint leienhoDe. orovidlng
the advertiser is a euoscriDer to eitner pnoov.
No prices will be quoted over ine puoo-,
u.. (.Ill btIII h rnflArH th followln day.
Whether subsequent advertisement will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness ox tne payment or teiepuun- u-
sonal advertisements will not be accepted
over the teiepnone. uroers lor one wwr
tlon only will be accepted for "Houses for
Bint, "Furniture for bale," ''Business Op
portunities' "Booming Houses," and "Wsw-
H - Knt.M
Very swell, new, modern, seven-room
house, large attic, three bedrooms, sewing-room
and den, Dutch kitchen and
pass pantry, hardwood floors, beam
celling', panoled dining room, buffet,
bookcases, fireplace and furnace, cement
rlnni lniiYiHrv travs. swell eras and elec
tric fixtures; lot 60x100; hard-surfaced
street; east facing on Mallory avenue;
two blocks to car. "Worth $6500, now
J5600. About $2000 down and $25 per
montn. .et me snow you mis.
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bidg. A 1416, Marshall .
Fln six-room house, attic, three bed
rooms, paneled dining-room, buffet,
pantry, full basement, laundry trays;
lot 50x100, faces east; street work paid.
Cost owner $4500, but has moved away
and must sell. For quick sale at $3500;
4500 down and $30 per month. On East
Clrtaantri n j Q V A 1 hprfa ntrOAt
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bldg. A 141S, Marshall 9:
Lot on Ladd avenue, near Hawthorne
avenue, with easterly face. Terms to
suit. Address or apply to
OWNER, 601 OREGONIAN BLDG
Money to Loan on Good Improved City
JGtU rjSLSlfl. Ally AlUVillll. i,ci,uiicu,
THE FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Washington and Third Street.
We make loans on city and farm
property, at current rates.
219 Railway Exchange Bldg.
Edward E. Goudey
& per cent on best business properties.
6 per cent and 7 per cent on other close-
in business and residence securities.
First Mortgages on Farm Property.
MORTGAGE COMPANY FOR
Head Office. The Hague, Netherlands.
Alnsnorlh Building, Portland.
A REAL SNAP
Twenty Acres Rich Garden Land Right
on jieciric xjiiie, vuv.
GEO. E. HIOGIS,
SOS Soaldlnsr Bide. Main 4400.
CITY & FARM LOANS
$1000 er.d up at lowest rate
C TVT ZADOW
414 Corbett Bloc. A 41. Marshall W.
IwnNFY TO LOAN
Ready to Serve You in Any Amount
From JiiOO Up. neai rn.a..a c7-.uiii.r.
GEO. II. THOMAS,
26? Oak St.. Itooin 2, Ainawortn Bide
FARM LOANS ONLY
We loan our own money at 7 and 8,
We charge no comrniMlon.
DE VE REA V X MORTGAGE COMPANY,
1009 Spalding Bldg.. Portland.
Our Own Money at Current Katea.
WESTERN BOND A MORTGAGE CO.
Commercial Club Bldg.. Portland. Or.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS
COLLIS. BEKR1DGB THOMPSON.
224 Worcester Block. Pkon Main ST,
115 Acres $1600
1000 Apple Trees
The apple orchard now on this farm will
make independent the owner who gives it
proper care, chance to set many more appla
and peach trees; all conditions Idtal; cuts
25 tons hav, pasture for six cows, lots of
wood; 7-room slate-roof house, two barns,
storehouse: water piped to house and barn;
owner's business cails him away and $ltii
takes it, part cash. Further information of
this, and a 100-scre fruit and dairy farm,
.-th Hi.l'riina for onlv S1O00. Dase tit.
"Strom's Farm Citnlok'ue S."." Write today
for free copv describing farm bargains
through the "Eastern States. Pon't wait
take advantage ot preset. i iw price-.
Heaw Increase of population in the East
Is making our farmers imsperous, through
unrivaled home cash markets for all their
products. Station 811rt. E. A. Strout Farm
Asrenoy, Vnion Bunk bldg.. Pittsburg. Pcnn,
Wanted, a Tenant
Moving Picture Show
Corner 42d and Sandy
B. M. LOMBARD
Third and Madison
Very swell, new, modern, 11 - room
house, with attic, seven bedrooms and
sleeplnpr-porch : hardwood floors up
stairs and down: two fireplaces, book
cases, beam ceiling, bulfet, paneled
dining-room in solid oak finish, plate
grlass windows, swell kus and electrio
fixtures, Dutch kitchen, cement floor,
laundry tray, furnace. This is the best
built house on Kast ElRhteenth street,
near Thompson. Lot 60x100; hard-sur
face In and paid. For quick sale siu;
S1500 down and 50 per month. Hurry,
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bids;. A 1416. Marshall P2.
TUB VERY BEST IX THE CITY
Twn fin roHlrtAnre-. one nine room
and one -even rooms. Furnace, fire-
f i lace, batn ana an coi 7enicnce. v.i
n. Location choice and certain to la
crease in value. Terms If dealrea.
OREGON REAL ESTATE COMPAJTT,
Grand Ave. and Multnomah
1'boDo-IiS 67. O 170t
CITY AND FARM LOANS
, Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CRONAN,
003 Spaldlns Hide. Portland. Oft
MEAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Beck, William G 318-31B Fallins; bia.
Chapin & Herlow, 332 Chamber of Com mere
Jennii.cs Sc Co . Main 183. 20 Oregonian.
PALMER-JONES CO. H. P. 04-S-sO
THK Oreeon Real Estate Co.. Orand ara. at
Multnomah st. (Holladay AddlUoa).
R. T. STREET, 22 Henry bld.
All the forecasts for the last seven years
of this tract have come true; it is sure
the best located property to build a home
in- located on hlnh and level ground at
the head of the Peninsula, of course on
the East Side; all streets and cross-streets
are hard surfaced; the U car will taka
vou through the center of this tract, ot
iice on Williams avenue, near Kllllnss-
worth avenue. ,
BtFBRRING once more to WALNUT PARK
residence tracts, will say for an ideal lo
cation there Is none in this city to sur
pass it; situated 1!U0 feet above the Wil
lamette River and situated between the
Columbia and Willamette Rivers, there
exists the very best and purest atmos
phere to breathe. Take a St. Johns car.
which takes you through the center ot this
tract, aet off at Klllingsworth avenue,
where you will find our office.
One of the tinesi sites in the city for
a family hotel or apartments. Is the S. vv.
corner of 10th and Montgomery sts. It
commands a fine view of the city. Is at
the terminus of a carllne and within ltt
minutes' walk oi P. O. Parties contem
plating building are requested to view tnis
site and then see us for a low Pce.
STRONG & CO.. K5 Concord Blag.
WALNUT PARK has the Jefferson High
School, also the 340,000 Carnegie Library,
situated on this tract. This enables you
to have a home here and enjoy the bone
fits of learning as regards schools ana
library; 15-foot alleys In rear of lots,
take a Vancouver car, get off at Kll
lingsworth avenue and you will find the
office there. This carline also passes
through the center of the tract.
We specialize on this beautiful property,
we handle no other, we handle the best
that Is for sale, we know Laurelhurst
and can save you money and give you
Just what you want. ,, ...
You can always And us at the tract of
fice, 3:th and East Gllsan sts.
XlELAHUNTY & CLEMEXTS.
VACANT LOT WANTED
as first payment on good 8-room house.
This home Is In choice neighborhood, 2
blocks to carllne and 1 block to school.
An ideal place for man with a laHr.
Address P. O. box 12.
THE office of Walnut Park is situated on
Williams ave, near Klllingsworth avenue
and you can get a car there going south
every five minutes; finest transportation
tract; a Portsmouth avenue car will bring
you out tniousii .
- . ...nrt.a c-vm TTSIVEU.V
PORTLAND Ulliunio , .
Beautiful homes, lots and tracts for sale.
All views, prices and locations; every cus
nil fl XT'
Elm and 22d staMarsha'll 482T, A 8839,
ON the first day of May for six years past
the prices on Walnut Park property have
increased and there Is no present reason
why we should not make another advance
the coming May; prices for 1912 will rt.-
maln as they now are until May 1, 1D13.
"" MOUNT TABOR.
Get ready to build this Spring. Two yer
choice sites near the Park and carllne.
Very easy terms. Owner. 511 Gerllnger
HANCOCK ST., BETWEEN GRAND AND
Lot 83 1-3x72. w'th rna" ""
rented; 2J00. See owner or his attorney.
808 Couch bldg, city.
FOR SALE 50135. facing east, with line
view of mountains and river, on West
Kde for 0r0. easy terms; two blocks
from car and near park. 408 Spalding
NICE 6-room bungalow on E. 73d St. N.,
near Montavllla carllne for -sale 12760 on
terms to suit purchaser; new and modern.
AH 7.it. ureBQ""ti
,,.Tvi-.Tnv kvap: fine east-facing lot
near carl'lne. 31100, easy terms. Owner.
Main S078. 703Lewls bldg.
' FIFTH AND MARKET.
For this splendid corner, near Audi
torium site inquire 669 Belmont.
iT'mWV AND 1 WEEKLY BUYS 60x130
FEET. 2 BLOCKS CAR. O 705, ORE
WILL sacrifice my 1250 residence site in
Alameda Park for 700: must go Imme
diately. AP 747, Oregonian,
CASH deal, 8U0, lot 6, block 15. Ina Park.
FIRLAND lots, $375; terms, 5 nipnthly. 720
rhamber of Commerce. Main 1106.
Kor Sale IIoOMe.
DO YOU want a snap In a Parkrose acre
with a fine view and close to the carllne?
This is a genuine bargain. AJ 740, Ore
KT7NNYSIDE snap: 6-room house, 50x100 lot.
improved street, a good buy. 1078 B. Mor
rison st. Main 116t.
70 MODERN 6-room house on Rodney
ave.; owner needs more room; easy terms.
SEVEtf-P.OOM house in Salem, lot 50x10;
fruit ; $600: terms. 16 E. 12th st. N., city.
See Delahunt. East 1275.
8-ROOM modern bungalow, $3&0f balance
easy terms; owner. AJ 73, Oergoniao.