Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 12, 1913, Page 11, Image 11

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PORTLAND
ACC'OKOIOX I'I.E.TIN;.
K. Stephen, accordion. Bide pleating, buttons
foverwd, goods Rpongfd. 33 Alder. M. 037:1.
ASSAYEKS AMI AXALYSljTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing work. lhti Morrison st.
ATTORNEYS.
targ.n t & Swope. 018 Cham, of Com. Ref
erences: Men'nanti Natl Bank. Hartmar.
A Thompson. Bunkers, Dorr E. Keasey Co.
BOAT BUILDING
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
Ing. Marine ways, foot Abernetliy at.
C'A KI'KT WE A VINO.
NORTHWEST RIG CO. Rum from old
carpets, rag rugs. 153 Union uve.
t'KLLl Ulll) BUTTONS, BA1IUES.
THE lRWIN'-HODSO.V COMPANY.
92 3th at. Phones Main 312 and A 1254.
CHIROPODISTS.
M illiam. - Eetelle and Dewane Dcveny, the
only scientific chiropodists iu the city.
Parlors. 3u2 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
-d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY' and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices, 420 Fltedner bids. Main 3473.
CHI R OPKACT1C I'H V Sit' IANS.
DR. M'MAHON', 121 4th at". TTl To.dOO equips
ment; one-fourth usual charges for ex-
pert adjustment and baths.
Dr. Lehman. 317 Abington bldg., has no $10,
0C0 equipment; $10 a week; expert work.
COAL AM) WOOD.
EDLEFSEN FUEL CO., East 303. C 2S03, for
ALB IN A FUEL CO., for Summer orders,
green alabwood.
COLLECTION AGENCY.
NETH & CO., Worcester' bids. Main 1780.
No collection, no charge.
DANCING.
DON'T be a wallflower, others "dance, so
can you. I guarantee to teach you in
four lessons. Private Instruction daily,
society tango, Boston, one-step, waltz, etc.
Expert lady and gentlemen teachers. A
refined, thorough school. Social dance
Wednesday. Saturday eve. Rlngler's Acad
emy. 2311 Morrison. Both phones.
PROF. WAL. WILLSOX'S Dancing School
Summer dancing lessons, 20c; "waltz.'
''two-step,' etc.; guarantee to teach any
body who walks how to dance; failure
Impossible. 85 lj 5th St. Phone Main 7637.
HEATH'S Dancing School, 100 2d St., bet.
Wash, and Stark sts. ; lessons daily; waltz
nd two-step guaranteed in four lessons;
class Friday evening, 8 to 10 at 101) 2d.
DRESSMAKING AN1 TAILORING SCHOOL
VALENTINES system ladies' tailoring,
dressmaking taught. 102 Grand ave.
E LLC T It I C M OTP K.S.
MOTORS, generators, bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co., 81 First at. North.
Phone Main 9210.
WE buy. sell rent and exchange new and
second-hand motors; repair work a spe
clalty. Western Electric Works, 213 Oth
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
"ATE Adv. Co., Inc., Commonwealth bldg.
BOTSFORD ADV. CO.. Hoard of Trade bldg.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co., Morrison & 2d.
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO.. Morrison &. 2d.
R. M. WADE & CO.. 322-26 Hawthorne ave.
AKCHITCETLRAL WIRE AND IRON WKS.
Portland Wire : Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 2U0 2d St.
AUTOMOBILES.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.,.E. Mor". & 2d.
Howard Automobile Co., 14th aud Davis.
J. W. AUTO CO.. 817 Wash. Reo. Hudson.
AUTO LAMPS AMI RADIATOR
REPAIRING.
PORTLAND AUTO LAMP CO., 510 Alder st.
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak streets.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
BAKEK & tO.M E( TIONF.RS SUPPLIES.
GRAY, M'LEAN & PLUCY, 4th and Glisan.
BARBER St" PPIXES.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO., 1 2 Oth t.
Lewls-Stenger Barber Supply Co., 10th & Mor
BAR FIXTURFST
Brunswlck-Balke-Coltender Co., 48 Fifth st."
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak streets.
POPE F. P. Keenan Cc.' HO 4th rreet-
BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. '
DAYTON CYCLE CO.. 247 Ash street.
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES. .
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co., 46 Fifth St.
. BREAD BAKERY.
Royat Bakery & Conf., Inc., 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEIN HARD, 13th and Burnside.
CANDY MANUFACTURERS.
COFFMANS CANDY CO.. 43 Front street.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 181 FRONT ST.
CEMENT,
T. Crowe f
LIME AMI) PLASTER.
: Co., 45 Fourth street.
F.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSETT & DETERS, 1-11 N. Front St.
BOYD TEA CO.. 209 Salmon street.
fAifARA OK (UlTliM BARK.
FAT H E R 0' H A R AT ALKS
Charities Conference Hears of
Strike in Portland.
GIRL PROBLEM DISCUSSED
Minimum Wage Legislation Funda
mentally Moral Issue, One or So
cial Justice Too Great Em
phasis on Sex Side Peerled.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 11. "The
church and social work" was discussed
at tonight's general session of the Na
tional Conference of Charities and Cor
rection. John M. Olenn, of New York,
read the report of the committee.
. The discussion was led by J. W. Ma
Kruder, Baltimore; Henry A. Atkinson,
Chicago, and Rev. John A. Ryan, St.
Taul.
Mayor Hlndley, of Spokane, took part
in the discussions of the public admin
istration section meeting today.
Father O'Hara Talks.
In the round table discussion of the
minimum wage law Father Edwin
O'Hara. of the Portland Labor Commis
sion, told of a. strike of 50 girls em
ployed in a Portland fruit cannery who
were receiving from !5 .o 50 cents a
day picking cherries, some of the most
expert making a little more. Upon in
vestigating affairs, the board .found
that the same management owned fac-;
torles in other states, and after agree
ing to raise the price from 10 cents to
15 cents for a 40-pound box, declared
that It would close up the Portland fac
tory and send its fruit to Its other fac
torips rather than increase the wage
again. This increase was not satisfac
tory to the strikers and the strike is
still in progress.
It was thought best by the board to
protect the remaining 100 girls in the
factory., who would be thrown out of
employment if the factory was closed
and the commission has done nothing
further. An investigation of the com
pany's books showed that only 13 per
cent of expedltures went to wages, he
said.
Maud Parker demanded of Father
O'Hara what happened to the cherries
If it was going to be such a hardship
on the factory to pay a living wage.
W here 1st Leakage f Is Asked.
'We certainly pay enough for cher
ries.' .she said. "Where is the leaw-
I age?-'
It is a serious mistake for the advo
BUSINESS
EYE. EAR, NOSE AXD THROAT.
lioatmiMit by specialist. Glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 41S Dekum bids-. 3d-Wash.
riRXHCRE HOSPITAL.
BOWERS & PARSONS, luOV. Front. M. 7443.
Furniture Hospital. Packing, and shipping.
HAT FACTORY.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY, 64-06 3d street.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned.
Best $2 hat on earth for men.
LANDSCAPE GARDENING.
BEl'TEK landscape and general gardening.
SWISS FLORAL CO..
, East 5370. c 1514.
PACIFIC Landscape Garden Company, 515
Rothchlld bids. Phone Marshall 2308.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
J WRO WB RIDG B LEATHEB CO. Es
. tablisned 1858. i8U Front at.
LAUNDRY,
JSl'JXKBE Eagle Laundry, cleaning and
dyeing. , East. JS03. C 1704. 120 Russell at.
LII" BEADING.
KING SCHOOL for the doafand hard-o-hearlng.
3o8 central bids.
MATTRESS FACTORY.
MATTRESSES made over and to order: re
. uphoisierlng of all kinds. Marshall 2657.
MESSENGER- SERVICE.
HASTY Messenger Co. Day and night serv
Ice. Phone Main 03, A. 2108.
MUSICAL.
PIANO STUDIO Modern methods. 409 14th,
" a'n 8b03. Arrangomenta for practice.
EM1L THIELHOllx! violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. H25 FUedner bid. A 4100. Mar. 1620.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Grover, specialist In paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 703 Oregunlan bl. M. 814a.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 415-10-17 Dekum bldg.
Nervous . and chronic diaeasea.
Phone, office M.- 848 ; res. East or B 1028.
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
Patents procured by J. K, Mock, attorney-at-law,
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. OuO Dekum bldg.
PIPE.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Mala 8489.
PLASTERING
PLASTERING C. T. Simmons, 27 years'
experience; satisfaction guaranteed; re
pair work given prompt attention. 654
E. 12th st. Sellwocd 401.
PLATING WORKS.
NICKEL, gold and silver platins. Portland
r-ng. 3E Alls. vo. Jiaain a r-B2.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES.
Built to order, any size, $7.50 up. P. C Bed
Co.. 64 Union ave. South. Phone East 243.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DAIRY AND CREAMERY SUPPLIES.
Monroe A C'rlsael, 120 Front. M. 640, R. 5429.
DRUGGISTS.
CLARKE-WOODWARD DRUG CO.. Alder
at West Park.
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
WESTERN Tool & Die Works, 3wi Pine at.
DRY GOODS.
FLEISCHNER-MAiER & CO.. 207 Ah at.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
STUB-PS ELECTRICAL CO.. Oth and Pine ata
. , FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY & CO.. Inc.. 14 Front street.
FLOUR MILLS.
CROWN MILLS, Board of Trade bldg.
GRAIN MERCHANTS.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall
BALFOl'H-GL'THIllE & CO.. Board of Trade
H. M. HOVSEK, Board of Trade bldg.
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHSE. CO.. Br. Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO., Board of Trade.
GROCERIES.
ALLEN & LEWIS (Est. 1851). 46 N.
WA DHAMS it CO., Uu-75 4th St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AITS ER HAT CO.. 53-65 Front at.
hay!
J. H. Klosterman & Co.. leading hay dealers.
HIDES, FURS," PELTS, "WOOL, " TAIXOW.
THE H. F. NORTON CO.. 53-55 N. Front st.
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND 1XBS.
KAHN BROS., 11 Front st.
HOP MERCHANTS.
M'N'EFF BHOTHEkS, 614 Worcester bids-
IRON WORKS.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East :id and Burnside sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
CASTINGS.
Complete stock of
BEAMS, ANGLES.
CHANNELS,
PLATES.
KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO.. 149 3d.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHE BROS.. 304 Pine st.
CHAS L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front. Leath
er of every description, taps, mfr. findings.
cates of minimum-wage legislation to
put too much emphasis on the so-called
moral argument, was the contention ot
Father O'Hara.
"It is indeed fundamentally a moral
issue," .said Father O'Hara, "one of
social justice, but its relation to sex
morality can easily be emphasized too
much. The insinuation that underpaid
girls are largely Immoral, and that the
increase in wages is going to make it
possible for them to lead moral lives
is false in fact and dangerous in policy.
Girls will not co-operate with reform
ers who begin by casting reflections on
their .virtue. Advocates of minimum
wage legislation who harp constantly
on the relation ot low wages to sex
morality are creating a difficult prob
lem for themselves. It is more to the
point to show that underpaid girls are
preserving their virtue but are living
on two meals a day and are forced to
practice other pitiable economies which
undermine their health and unfit them
for the duties of wife and mother, and
thus sap the foundations of society."
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. July 11. Maximum tempera
ture, 76 degrees: minimum temperature. 81
degrees. River reading. 8 A. M.. 16.7 feet.
Change in last 24 hours, 0.3 foot falL Total
rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M. ), none. Total
rainfall since September 1, 1912, 38.S2
inches Normal rainfall since September 1,
44. Jl inches. Deficiency of rainfall since
September 1, 1012, 5.30 Inches. Total sun
shine, 15 hours 30 minutes. Possible sun
shine. 15 hours 30 minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level) at. 5 P. M., 30.13 inches.
THE WEATHER.
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STATIONS
State ot
Weather
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Calwary ......
Chicago ......
Colfax
Denver
Des Moines. '
Duluth
Eureka
Helena ,
Jacksonville
Kansas CTtv '.
Klumath Falls
Laurier
Los Angeles
Marshfleld ...
Medford
Montreal
New Orleans .
New York ...
North Head ...
North Yakima
Pendleton
Phoenix ......
Pocatello
Portland .....
Roseburg
Sacramento
St. Louis .,
St. Paul
Salt Lake ...
San Francisco .
Spokane
Tacoma
Tatoosh Island
Walla Walla .
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... KOip.oO, SW Pt. cloudy
.. 68 0.001 4 N IPt. cloudy
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72:0.00,1 W Pt. cloudy
80j0.88 4!S Pt. cloudy
78:0.00:101s Clear
62J0.O0I24 NWClear '
7fi 0.001 4E ICiear
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WEATHER CONDITIONS..
A moderate high pressure field overlies
the Southern states, and one of greater In
tensity overllfs the Pacific Norther t.-
pressure obtains in the remaining portions
DIRECTORY
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. at. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
THE 1RW1N-HODSON COMPANY.
B2 Sth at. Phones Main 312. A 1254.
SEWING MACHINES.
SEWING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
New, all makes, factory prices, second
hand. $2 up; machines rented and re
palred. Main 04:11. 1HO .Id, near Yamhill.
SHOWCASES, BANK & STORE FIXTURES.
THE LL'TKE MFG. CO., branch Grand Rap
Ids showcase Co., oth and Hoyt. R. Lutke.
manager.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
and old window display and cabinet work.
WESTERN FIX. A SHOWCASE CO., 10th
and Davis. Showcases to order and In atock
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor. 15th
and Kearney ata.. Just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects, pi
anos and automobllea; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano room, trunk and ris vaults; track
age for carload shipments; vana for mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East In through cars.
Main .5640. All departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co.. offices
and commodious 4-atory brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
for valuables; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.;
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 596, A 26.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan at.,
cor.' 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
General transfer and forwarding agents
Wre own aud operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates In the city.
PORTLAND TRANSFER STORAGE CO.
Main 610. 206 Washington. A 1604.
Pianos and furniture moved, packed for
shipment. Special rates made on goods to
domestic and foreign points. Through car
service. Storage. Low Insurance.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.. general
.iudiciiiu ttiiu iiinago, i i t . pianos ana
furniture moved and packed for shipment.
Teams and auto vana for long-distance
moving. 87-89 Front St. Main 547 or A 2247
TYPEWRITERS.
Uo TO 63 will buy a Glli rebuilt type
writer as good, as new; all makea to choose
from and workmanship guaranteed; terms
to suit; catalogue mailed on request.
THE J. K. GILL COMPANY.
Third and Alder Sts.
Both Phones. Main 8500. A 6068.
WE are the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on the Coast.; investlsate
all makes, all prices. The .Typewriter
Exchange, 3514 Washington St.
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentala at rut
rates. P. D. C. Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
RENT A REMINGTON.
$3 PER MONTH.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
80 Broadway, Portland. Or.
LUBRICATING OILS.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.. Board of Trade.
LOGGING MACHINERY.
F. B. MALLOJ.Y & CO., 231 Pine at.
Loggers & Contractors' Mach. Co.. Tl 5th at.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth at.
. MILLINERY.
B. O. CASE & CO.. 5th and Oak.
BRA PSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th ata.
-T NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER SIM1NGTON. Calhoun Co., 45 4th.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire &. Iron Works, 2d & Columbia,
WCEAINTS' 01LLS A3in VARNISHES.
RASMLSSEN & CO., Jobbers, paints, oils.
glass, sash and doors. Cor. 2d and Taylor.
W. P. FULLER CO., 12th and Davis.
.PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO 186 First at.
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES.
BASS-HLETTER PAINT CO., 184-186 2d St.
PIPE, PIPE, FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st,
x. -V1-1- ?lW AD STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
M. BARDE SONS, 240 Front St. '
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
EVERDINQ A FARRELL? 140 Front 8t7
POILIRY, EGGS, CALVES, HOGS.
HENRY E VERDI NG. 45-47 Front aL
x KOPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Xorthmp.-
S4M1 4.iwrk r:u ti i-i
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny at
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
SAWMILL MACHINERY. "
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
SECOXU.HAKn nmvirrDi.
cheaper than elsewhere. 24 Union ave.
soda mrvTuv t-t-rw.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 FTont at.
WALL PAPER. """ '
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co 173 1st .r
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d it.
Portland wire A Iron w,..2d" ?.ik,.
' ? country with disturbances of consid
erable energy central over Arizona. New
?oh an.d, -""-" respectively LlgM
theTortrr,.t,elyTh9tTy raln have faen from
.,?.! rthern Rockies eastward nearly to the
Atlantic coast, in the Mississippi and Ohio
id yB-TZen"rV,; the Cer'''ia. and cn
aaa. The rainfall was heavv in Wntrn
IowrMeHieSUndDak0ta' Minneso?aeBa"a
wma. HKh winds were reported from
WiUiston and Kansas City. The weather
,,.wamer near the Middle and North Pa
clflo Coast, Illinois. Northern Michigan and
Western Pennsylvania; It is correspondingly
cooler in Utah, Colorado, the Dakotas. Min
nesota, Tennessee and North Carolina. Else
where temperature changes have in general
been unimportant. '
The conditions are favorable for generally
fair weather In this district Saturday with
MountainsraPeratUre" eMt f Cascade
FORECASTS.
xr?I!t'a,Ild .a1a vicinity Saturday talr.
Northerly winds.
Oregon and Washington Saturday fair
ra'7n;r east PO"1""- Winds mostly north-
Idaho Saturday fair and warmer ,
THEODORE F. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Births.
SOWARDS To the wife of James Sow
ards. Rainier. Or.. June 19. a son
"ALPERIN To the wife of Meyer Hal
Pe',28 F,r!,t "reel, June 3 X a .on.
H.t?-IE T, the wife, of Paul Shlen, Hood
River. Or.. June 30, a son.
. GULLICKSON To the wife of Albert
bert rrnT?he wllLe ot Flederlck H.
ert dreen, 1500 Hawthorne ave., July 7, a
o.BESAW To the wife of George Besaw
fori rth Twenty-rt street. June 27, a
T7I.y!'To the w,fo of Prank Melvln,
"n y"fir"t Btreet Southeast. June 7. a
kiJ-1?,-:!0 tne wlf of peter Lamar,
daughter" avenue Southeast, June 0, a
is?liS5T.0 th? wlfe of D- G- Duncan,
189 East Fourteenth street June 11 a son
M CARTNEY To the wife of J. "C Mc-'rS.-883
Bowdoin. June 9. a son"
MATTOX To the wife of D. A. Matt
1627 Portsmouth. June 12. a ion Mattox-
SHIRLEY To the wife off L. M Shlrlv
032 Willamette boulevard. June 20 " a son
RITTENHOrSE To the wife of Robert
Rlttenhouse. 1701 Haven. June 20. a dauVh-
ROBERTSON To the wife of William I
Robertson. 280 Nartilla, a daughter
DRAKE To the wife of William Henrv
D,2,.8S2 Mallory avenue. July 2. a son y
BpNNER-To the wife of A. F. Bonner
fer Cleone- r- J"y 10. a daugn.:
KRAEMER To the wife of Aton J
Kraemer. 265 East Eighty-fifth street July
o, a son. J
DAY To the wife of Thomas Day. 18T
Woolsey. July 4. a daughter. '
CHRISTENSEN To the wife of C
Christensen.9u38?er N. Twenty-flrst street
ryzi: 5 VdhYe?
GAIL jo ,he wife of William Gail! f":
teenth and Liberty streetjj. June 27, a daugh-
MOONEY To the wife of T. J m
Mississippi and Failing. June 19 a's y'
0Ji,GhASTo the wlfe t L- E. Douglas.
219 Sixth street, July 5. a sont -"ougias,
Marriage License.
MYHR-WILLIS Paul Myhr, Aberdeen,
Wash., legal, and Pearl Willis, legal.
MAGERKURTH-PEXNTCOOK Charles
W. Magerkurth. city 26, and Jennetta Pen
nycook, 20.
TAYLOR-DANIELS Max C. Taylor citv
24. and Cora Lillian Daniels, 22 '
PONASKY-SIGEL Sam Ponasky, city 24
and Dora Segel. 22.
idlet'sen guarantees good fuel.
AMUSEMENTS.
SKATS NOW
SELLING.
HEILIG THE.4TER
iiiu tuiu .uurruun
7bLggRing TOMORROW
Shubert Bros. Present by Arrangement
with Charles Frohman
JOHN MASON
In Augustus Thomas'
4Master Drama of Broad Humanity
"AS A MAN THINKS"
Evenings and Sat. Mat., lower-tloor 10
rows f2.00, 12 rows Ji.50. Balcony $1.00,
ioc. 5oc. Special prictj mat. Wed., lower
floor, 10 rows $1.30, 12 rows $1.00 bal
cony, y rows 73c, 10 rows 50c.
HA TIX EE DAILY. Mala S. A lKft.
MISS ORFORD and Her
WONDERFUL KLEPHAXTS.
Iat Rooney and Marion Bent
Imhert I, Master Musician
Val Harris, Kita Doland. Lou Holts
Ida O'Day. rionicalogue
Thos. P. Jackson & Co. and C arl and Lotty
Any Matinee Seat. ISc.
EXPOSITION FOUR
WHITE'S ANIMAL CI1CCCS
"THE TRAINER"
. 8 Other Headline Acts 3
COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
Broadwav and Aider Street
WELK July 7 "A Bulgarian Romance,"
with Mrs. Bob Fltitiimmonn (Julia May
Glfford), N. E. Ilsno, the YienneKe Favorite
and 15 Musical Comedy Stars: Jos. E. Ber
nard & Co.. The Or eat Mars Duo, La Petite
Alva, 83'lvester & Vance, Hilly Dodge, I'an
tagescope. '' LYRIC
SPECIAL FEATURE
ARTHUR FELICE Y.
Heavyweight Champion, and
TOMMY BLKNS
Ex-neavywelght Champion.
The .New Musical Comedy skit, "The Two
Thieves."
COLUMBIA THEATER
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Open 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Programme; "The Forbidden Way" (two.
reel Essanay Crama) ; "The Trail of Cards"
(Selig Drama); "The Millinery Bomb" (VI
tagraph enme'y); 'Solitaires" (Vitagraph
comedy); Matt Dennis, baritone; orchestra.
Chang of bill Sundays and Wednesdays.
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OAKS
Portland s Great Amusement Park
LAST TIME, TOMORROW
Autos That Pass in the Air
4 P. M. 9:30 P1. M.
BAND AXD VAUDEVILLE
Launches, Morrison Bridge
Cam at First and Alder
BASEBALL
$
RECREATION PARK,
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
VENICE
PORTLAND
JULY 8, 8, 10, 11, 18, 13.
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IONIO COURT, N'O. 1. ORDER
OF THB AMARANTH Stated
meeting this (Saturday) evening,
at S o'clock, in the Masonic Tem
ple, West Park and Yam-nil!
streets. Degrees. Visitors . wel
come. By order of the royul ma
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tron.
ORKGOX T-ODGH. NO. 101," A."
F. AND "A. M. Special communi-
cation this (Saturday) evening at
7:3t o'clock. Masonic Temple.
Work in F. C. deeree.' Vtsitins
brethren cordially invited. By or
der W. M. . A. J. HAN ULAN, Secretary.
FUNERAL NOT1CES-
GIXTY July 9. Hugh B. Ointy, apred :i0
years, belu.ved son of Bridget and brother
of James Ginty, of C1U J efferson street.
Funeral w ill take place from Dunning &
Mr En tee's chapel Saturday, July 1-, at
8:0 A. M. Services at the Cathedral, cor
ner 13th and Davis streets, t o"clock.
Friends -respectfully invited. . Interment
Mr. Calvary Cemetery.
FREEMAN At the family residence, 2!6
San RaTael street, July S. Emma Au-
gusta Freeman, aged 42 years. Beloved
wife -of Herbert " and .mother of James
Ij. Freeman. Funeral services wilt be held
at Dunning it McEntee's chapel Saturday,
- July 12. at 1 o'clock. Friends respect
fully inv4ted. Interment Mt. Scott Park
Cemetery.
GEROMIEv The funeral of the late Albert
. J. Geromie, who died in this city July 10.
will be held tomorrow (Sunday). July
at 3 P. M.. from the new chapel of the
Skew-ik-3 Undertaking Co. All members of
. Webfoot Camp No. 6."., W. O. W., invited
to attend. Interment Rivervlew Ceme
tery. , ,
Gt'STAFSON The funeral services of the
late John Gusty f son. ae 2" years, will be
conduc ted today Sa tu relay ), J uly 12. at
2 P. M., from Pearson's "funeral parlors,
KHir-371 Russell st. Friends respectfully
invited. Interment Rose City Park Cem
etery. .
M'QUEEX At Denver, Colo., July 9, Angus
D. - McQueen, aged 60 years, husband of
Mrs. Margery McQueen and father of An
Kla. and Ariel McQueen, at 733 Wasco st.
The remains yill be brought to Portland
for interment.
HOLGXTE At Lsutgens. Or., July J, Alvina
F. Holgate. ufrfvhl years 11 months, widow
of the late Jacob He 1 gate. Funeral from
-Holman's funeral parlurs at 10 A. M. to
day (Saturday). July 12. Interment River
view Cemetery.
HALL In this city July 10, Joseph Hall, i
agea is years, oi s-t. Helens. i unerai
" f rm Holman's parlors at 9:30 A. M. to
day (Saturday). Interment Multnomah
Cemetery.
Fl'TVERAt, DIRECTORS,
MR. EDWARD HOI.MAN, the leading fu
neral director. 220 Third street, corner Sal
mon. Lady assistant. A 1511, Main 507.
.I.P. F1X1EY RON.
ITNEKAl! SERVICE. N
Lady Attendant.
Montgomery, at Filth St.
F.-S. 11TXNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, 411 East
Alder St. East 62, B 2S25. ,
nCNXINO & M'ENTETfl" funeral directors,
7tli and l'iiie. l-hone Main 430. Lady at
tendnnt. Office ot County Coroner.
PORTLAND CREMATORIUM, 580 Glenn-nod
ave.; take ISellwood car. Open to via
itors dHily from tt A. M. to 5 I. M.
I.ERt'H. undertaker, cor. East Alder and
Sixth. East sl. II 1888. Lady attendant.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
and Clay. Main 4152, A 18:181. Lady attendant.
A. R. ZKI I.Alt CO., East 10X8, (: 1088.
Lal v- Attendant. Night Service.
MEMORIALS Portland Marble Works.
264 4th, opposite City Hall. Main 3564.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OI'lrlCE NO. SS0 CMOS AVENUE. COfi.
' ' SiER MARKET STREET.
Fbnp sit 1423. IS 2515.
Horse ambulance, for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Prices
reasonable. Report all cases of cruelty
to this office. Open day and night.
NEW TODAV.
TO LEASE
Fire-Proof Building
All or part of new, modern, 4 -story and
basement, concrete building with railroad
trackage, close to Hawthorne bridge, will
lease for a term of years as a whole or lease
1. 2 or 3 floors; this building is fitted up
with nice offices, has a large elevator, 40.
0OO square feet of floor space, 8000 square
feet to the floor; suitable for anv manufac
turing purpose or would make a fine storage
warehouse; will rent very reasonable to one
tenant and they can sub-rent and get very
reasonable ' rent ; have two tenants now for
two floors. Full particulars and photo of
building and each floor at our. office.
R. II. GOODKIND CO., INC.,
401-2-3 Wilcox Bldg..
Cor. 6th and Washington Sts.
Phone Marshall 468 or A 1050.
Holladay's Addition
1 he Very Best in Ihe City
. For Sale
A fine residence; nine rooms, fur
nace, fireplace, bath and all conven
iences; close in; location choice and
certain to Increase In value; terms if
desired.
Residence, apartment, business,
warehouse and manufacturing- sites.
THE OREGON REAL ESTATE CO.
Grand Ave. and Multnomah St.
Phones E. AT, C 1708 .
STORE
On Morrison Street
between First and Second
sts., soon to be vacant. Either
large room ot will divide.
G. H. DAMMEIER
403 McKay Building.
Edward E. Goudey
MORTGAGE LOANS
C per cent oB oett busing; propcrtlvm.
ct anil T per cnt on otnar cios-io biui
$15,000 Loan Wanted
"Want $15,000 at 7 per cent for 3 or 4
years On good, stroner Portland real
estate security for financially respon
sible people.
A. E. POIXSEN,
79 Chamber of Commerce. Mar. 2753.
Mortgage Loans
Improved Property
Only.
Commerce Safe Dep. & Mortgage Co.
91 Third St., Cham, of Com. Bldg.
CITY & FARM LOANS
$1000 and up at lowest rates
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bldar. A 141. Marahall 93.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CEONAN .
902 Spalding. Bldg. Portland, Or.
CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
Portland's Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Larse. Permanent. Modern. Bota phones
NEW TODAY.
Furnished Tents
$3 a Week
Try new heath thin year for
your vacation. .
Sunset 'K-rarh, . between Astoria
and Seawide. Iiuh no dance hall it
i a bench re-ort where vour chil
dren will be afforded every whole
some amusement abtolutely free.
Sunset Beach has a most beautiful
strand along the ocean, unmarred
by projecting rocks and treacherous
inlets. Back from the beach, on
the pent! slope down to the fresh
water lake, is as pretty a piece of
turf as you ever laid eyes upon.
Here" is a baseball, diamond for the
men and boys, a tennis court for
the youngr ladies and their escorts
and a croquet grounds for the chil
dren. One of the features of this resort
Is the abundance of clams and crabs
on the beach in front of Sunset.
The lake, over a mile in length,
is alive with fish. A bathhouse and
bathing pool in the lake make swim
ming absolutely safe for children.
An attendant is always at hand.
. Boats on the lake are free in fact,
everything, even the wood for fuel
,.in the Tent Colony at Sunset. Beach.
Is free, delivered to your tent.
Each tent is 12x16 feet and is
spread on a board platform with
wood sides. The Tent Colony at
Sunset is supplied with running wa
ter for domestic uses. Everything
Is furnished except bed and table
linen, towels and pillows.
The Tent Colony is located in the
most beautiful part of the resort,
close to the lake and only a few
minutes' walk to the stirf.
'There is no dance hall with its
rowdy carousals and all-day Sun
day desecration at Sunset Beach.
You can take your children to Sun
Bet with absolute safety. It has
not one unwholesome feature.
Round trip fare to Sunset, good
for the season, only $4. Two fast
trains each way daily. It is less
than a 4-hour trip.
t The tent capacity ls limited, so
make your reservations now. Onlv '
$: a. week. Store on the grounds
where provisions are sold at Port
land prices.
All cottages have been taken for
the season. We cannot guarantee
furnished tents for August unless
reservations are made before July
20.
For full particulars see
Dorr E. toy & Co.
2d Floor Chamber Commerce Bide.
$18,000
at 7
wanted on one of the most beautiful
and aristocratic homes in Portland.
House cost $35,000 an.) lnnd an Ann a
total actual cost of $65,000. Built three
jears. owner a responsible energetic
business man.
HAMMOND MORTGAGE COMPANY,
42.1 Chamber of Commerce.
ARTISTIC HOMES. COMPLETE PLANS i.
A. H. FABER, ARCHITECT,
360 Al.VSWDRTU AVE. C 2791.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Beck. William O., 310-316 Failing bids.
BRVBAKEK, C. L.. 317 Rallwuv Ex. bids.
Chapln fc,Jerlow. J:J2 Chamber of Commerce.
JennlnKs & Co.. Main 188. HUG Oregonian
PALMKR-JU.NE3 CO.. 11. P 4O4-405-4U0
W ilcox bldg.
THE Oregon Real Estate Co., Orand ave. at
Multnomah st. (Hulladay Addition.)
' KE.AI, ESTATE
For Sale Lots.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS OX WEST SIDE.
i-Fenelyn Addition, restricted district, in
Mde 3-mile circle, commands an unob
structed view of Tualatin Valley and Mt.
Hood; walks, surface eraded streets and
Jull Run water in and included in price;
I ourth street line runs la front of prop
erty, the electrification ot which is now In
progress; prices range from $350 up; se
lect your lot and we will build to suit you
for small cash payment down.
PROVIDENT TRUST CO
OWNERS,
Second Floor Selling: bids.
A GOOD BUSINESS LOT.
Four blocks from the river, fronting 50
reet on KillliiKsworth av. and 100 ft. from
Willamette boulevard. Price, including
Btreet Improvement and sewer assessment.
1200. $400 cash and the balance 1. 2.
and 4 years, o per cent.
THE SHAW-FEAK COMPANY.
Main 35. loa 4th St.- A 3r,00
SELLING OUT.
Your choice of eight cleared, east front
lots at 5U0 cash, all in different locations
but near the Alberta line. Streets im
proved. Fine for immediate building
Restricted and unrestricted tracts. Free
abstract. Owner, lui'l Yeon bldg.
10-L,OTS for sale. cheap;, lots 1 to 8 and
?J and 30 in block 55. West Portlund
lark Add. All in one bunch; taxes' and
everything clear up to date; will take
some property In or close to Spokane In
trade; unit reasonable offer -will be ac
cepted. J. E. Scobin. Rossland, H. C.
M V ST SELL. MUST SKLL.
lOOxluu corner, Irvlngton Park
SOxllto corner, 12th and Killirigsworth.
It'xluO lot, -iuth, Waverlelgh Heights.
K 2Q.i. OREGONIAN.
FORCED SALE this week 12 lots In re
stricted residence district in flourishing
Vi fe ,?wn of 3U0": electric interurban
will double their value January 1. owner
Box llo7, city.
A SNAP Jf taken this week Lot SoxlOO
on- corner. 1 block to carline, tj blocks to
L'01111 ,s,cho"'- Write to H. a. Duchien.
JOS Burnside st.
$oltU LOT $5uO. "
Montana avenue. 3 blocks to t, carline
northeast Hide of city. Call 275 Pine st
Phone Main 1721.
TUO beautiful cultivated largo lota, small
S,0.,uae- Irantl view. 2 blocks cars wet
hide, $300 cash, balance terms, about half
value. F. McFarland Realty Co.. ao Yeon.
7 FULL lots, 20 minutes from Postoffice 5c
fare; all cieared and close to car. Price
1 MUST have- a little money; will sacrifice
two desiraole looxlOO corners away below
price; terms can be rranged. AO
juh, Oregonian.
Fti?noSL.E Six lmPrved lots In Dallas.
xlOO feet each, on Portland Heights, tine
uiami-i. ii iu, oregonian
FINE lot suitable for home; close in, near
S?.nd R.ad- -fu cash win handle. S
373. Lewis.
" EQUITY Hi two lots, two blocks ol
Postodice Montrbe. Wash., for saYo or
trade. Phone HQS Y. SI. c. A. Portlan 1.
FOR SALE Six improved lots Tn Dallas
Or., good business corner. Address AV 85
Oregonian. '
FINE $600 lot, restricted district, $300; cash
JJnly.notradeDJS.Oregonian.
IRX.Ii?,9TON' LOTS OURSPECIALTYr"
NELHAUSEN & CO. MAIN 8078.
R. T. STREET.
IRVINGTON LOTS.
L?n f"h Kar' 53I?: '5 monthly. Owner.
Chamber of Commerce. Main 1166
For Bale Beach Property.
iZi.o. NORTH BEACH House, 7 rooms,
fireplace, completely furnished, beautiful
location 100x200 feet, on ocean front
Terms to suit. Apply owner, 010 Ch of
Com. Tel. Marshall 1585. Also 2 vacant
lots and some splendid acreage lor sale
very cheap.
A. Rowe. Wheeler. Or.
F(?,iS.An!?.TiV 'f?"rMm furnished cot
tage; fireplace, sink, running watef- in
surd three years; two squares from ocean
Al"nSni "rei5?.f100 I?.1- fenced"l"e
.-Teg, v if w, v asn.
BAYOCEAN $1200 lot for SS00. snTaTl
payment, choice location, c. F. Diamond
JiXiO Hth ave.. Spokane, Wash. '
For Sale houses.
PHONE owner East 2756. modern 5-room
-..e,".. "ou -,ou ana iJlompsoQ sts..
Rose City car. $3500. Easy terms. .
AN sttractive bunvulnw 1.: .. 1
beautiful Nehalem River. Well built
conrenient to stores, city water and not
REAL KSTATE
For bale ilou.tea.
THIS exceptional opportunity to purchasa
a beautiful o-room modem, nouie wnh
California pergola, porch, full cement base
ment, wash trays, finished t,oois. fireplace,
paneled dining-room and p,aLe rail, built
in Dutch kilclien. two nice large bedrooms,
bathroom. largo closets, every inch of.
space is used in' this home; tbe living-room
is cheerful and well ariangeo;
lot is 50x100; improvements all in anil
paid for; just think or all this for only
25 per month including Interest. Call ti
2540.
S3000 S ACR 1 FlCK-$3000.
FKvjM OWNER.
My new 6-room bungalow, with the lat
est built-in conveniences. This houte was
built & months ago and is as kuou as
new. If you have J200 to pay down get
this. Will leave new linoleum on kitchen
and bathroom floors, - electric fixtures,
shades, etc. If you- mean business cull
3l!S E. Harrison, three blocks -south of
Hawthorne, between 3'.th and 40th. TJ)
Hawthorne car.
ALBERTA ill; -VGA LOW SNAP.
A fine brand new ountralow. just fin
ished; is douidy constructed. :s. elec
tricity, fine fireplace, built-in tftects. con
crete porch, brick pillars, etc.; iuL -luxlO'l.
on E. 2ih, one block from car; price a
snap, only $juiO; iiuo cash ami per
month. if you want a swell, nifty heme,
don't fall to see tins.
URL'SSi c BOLDS.
31S Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS.
Brand new 4-room , bungalow in the
trees near Firland; baiti. toilet, lavatory
and stationary tub iu the kitchen; con
crete founuation and basement; gas ranne,
gas water heater and gas parlor heater;
UKaO; 100 cash, lo monthly; this is en
tirely different from what you usually see
at this price. Fred W. German Co., UJi
Cham her of Commerce. Both phones.
HAWTHORNE BARGAIN.
MoBt beautiful bungalow home in "Port
land. Hardwood floors over entire house,
large living-room. 14x24 beautitul dining
room, beamed ceiling, built-in Dutch kitch
en, breakfast-room, two nice bedrooms,
fireplace, full cement basement, furnace,'
nice terrace, improvements ail In; ail
for only $.i;iii; terms to suit purchaser.
Phone East 2.j4!.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH' THE
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING. PLANS FREE.
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE K'OiV
HOW.. TALK TO OCR CLIENTS. SEE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY & CO.. CONTRACTING
ARCHITECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
suburban Hume.
2 .i-crcj with 7-room modem house, fur-'
nace, fireplace, hot and cold water, elec
tric lights; chicken runs, fruit and vege
tables; at Troutdale, 15 miles from Port
land on good automobile road. Price for
immediate sale, $3tHMl.
H. P. PALM EH-JONES CO.,
404 Wilcox bldg. Phone M. Su'.ill, A 2053.
HURRY HOME HURRY
LuIS OF LOTS.
DIVORCE THE LANDLORD
Stop paying rent. Get a home.
.lo down $10 month.
16 pears trees, lull bearing, on each lot;
curbing and water ail in.
Mr. Holl. room Ioti2 Wilcox bldg
Phone Marshail 2M.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW 1'ROPERTY.
On West Side, overlooking the entire
city and mountains; 7 rooms, all modern.
Will sell for Siuo cash and easy monthly
payments.
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY.
OWNERS.
2d Floor, Selling bldg.
COZY 4-room bungalow furnished complete,
lot 50x100, east trout, beautiful lawn, rose
bushes, garden. etc. One block from
Montavilla, carline in North Mount Tabor
Addition. Owner lives on premises. -v
genuine sacrifice. Call at 140 East Colli
St., North. Phone Marshall 41 so.
$11175 Home Seekers, Attention $llt75
Exclusive and positive bargain, that 5
room new modern bungalow, cement base
ment and floor, enameled plumbing and
bath, built-in etfecls; a lovely home sac
rificed lor $1075. owner, tisu E. 2oth si
North, Alberta ear. Terms.
BRAND-NEW 5-room bungalow, large at
rlc rooms for sleeping porch, ail latest
built-in effects, coiner lot 52x70. E 37tll
and Mill. Price $3KMJ. $luo cash, bal
ance easy terms and will sell for less
if you can pay half cash. By owner. Cail
Tabor 4534.
E AST SIDE HUM K SSiOO.
8-room modern house, furnace, fireplace
nice yard, OOxluO ft., central East Side,
in good neighborhood; an honest value
H.. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
4U4 Wilcox bldg. Phones M. Stiaa. A 2663.
BEAUTIFUL COUNT K Y HOME S3,otiu .
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES. LARGE
GROUNDS, FISHING, SWIMMING,
BOATING. ETC. FUR CITY OR COUN
TRY homes, see Cogswell. 414
STEARNS BLDG.
rilVINGTON HOME.
New 8-room house, strictly modern, on
5OxlO0 lot, close to best car service In city.
1250 cash, balance J2.1 month. Call owner,
between 12 and 2. F. Hobinson. Main 570
A 757Q.
NEW, modern S-room house In Laurelhurst,
in choice locution on carline, including
new and handsome furniture, rugs, car
pets, etc.; price $0500 complete. Inquire
of owner, 114 Floral ave. Phono Tabor
2005. -
FOR SALE 0-room modern house corner
lot. Ouxton; splendid neighborhood, first
class condition; roses and fruit; a good
buy, close in; any reasonable terms ac
cepted. Phone Tabor lhuo. No agents.
Price $45110.
FOR SALE 5-room bungalow, modern, 50X
100 feet, pretty lawn, flowers and berries;
first-class location, walking rlistan.ee, at
tractive terms; bargain. Phone, Tabor
lsoo. No agents. Price $3700.
A NEW HOME-FOR YOU.
I have four fine lots at Cumberland
Park on Mississippi carline. Will build
to suit you. uu easy terms. B 1&5, Ore
gonian. $3JOl.
5-room modern bungalow, . lot 50x200.
Irvlngton lleig lits. ' near Alberta, 100 feet
from lrvington carline, some terms. Owner,
Woodlawn 1.1G. Call evenings.
SUPERIOR btlhgalovt, built and occupied
by owner,: hot water heated, corner 11 lx
feO; fruit, garden, fir grove; trade consid
ered. 535 Sumner st. Home Phono C
1878.
WE BUILD ON EASY PAYMENTS
WE FURNISH PLANS AND MONEY
AND BU1I.D YOUR HUME OR APART
MENTS. Eii. TAYLOR BUILDING CO
SMALL payment down and balance liko
rent buys pretty home. 5 rooms, modern,
one block from b.-st cai-llm; in city. Call
or phone. Ask for Walker. 3ul Wilcox bid
Main 710S. ..
BUILT FOR A HOME.
New 5-room house, fireplace. Dutch
kitchen, laundry trays, attic, 1 13 blocks
Alberta ear; 240o, easy terms. Inquire
111.!) E. 2lith st. N. Woodlawn 2G32
HAVE several cottages and bungalows for
sale; all line; close .to car and spiendid
s-rvice; very easy terms. Call or phone
Ask for Walker. 301 Wilcox bldg. Maui
7 lug.
FOR SALE by owner one line lot in span
ton Addition. to Portland, lot 10 in block
. 22; good buy for right party. Phono Ta
bor 407 or Tabor l.Vj.
IF you wi.di 10 get a $25oi value for $12.",i
on the East Side in good neighborhood
answer this ad quickly; want $500 down
this is a bargain. AO 2)-s, Oregonian.
SELLWOOD Modern bungalow! i large
rooms, full basement, houte and auto gar
age, lot 32x100; sell $:;oo cash, balance
easy terms. A 7817. Inquire U to U. '
SPLENDID HOME,
lrvington. '. rooms, 2 baths, oak and
mahogany. 730 Halsey st. Very fine, at
tractive. East 273. W. H. Herdman.
BROADWAY sacrifice. modern ; rooms,
must sell, $4o00, easy terms. .Phone li'
-ROOM house, all modern throughout, 657
E. itth st., neur Sandy road: will . con
slder a lot as part payment. Tabor '3."i9T.
MY' modern lrvington house must be. sold at
once at a real sacrifice; easiest terms. Geo.
Hagerman. Main 7750.
FOi: SALE by owner, easy terms, modern
bungalow. East 2oth near Emerson; no in
cumnrance. phone C 2200, Ka.t 50!'5.
$25 DOWN, $10 MONTHLY".
New house on Stx24, 3u minutes 'out.
price $075. A. C Marsters. 202 Wilcox.
R. T. STREET!
IRVINGTON HOMES. "
SNAP in lrvington, 7-room house, by owner
314 Lewis- bldg.
5-ROOM house for sale chap. Phone XaDor
1432.
NEW modern 6-room house, lot 5tlxI30- ae
bargain. Woodlawn ll.s.
I R V I NGTON H O U S EsToUR SPECI ALT! "
NF.UHAUSEN & CO. Main JOJ7S.
For hale BuHineta I'romrfT.
100x106 FEET on Third street, near Sheri
dan, with two flat buildings nd one
small dwelling; income S70; price ?7otio.
easy terms. Inquire 317 Beck bldg.
$1S.OOO LOT 50x100. stores .amYTpartmenJS.
prominent street, close in. West Side,- well
rented. Owner. 324 Worcester bldgs
For Hale Acreage "
5 AND 10-aci-e tracts, ocean beaeri . Iron ta
2 miles north Gearhart. $2"0 per acre
easy terms. Particulars write owner Box
412, Seaside. Oregon.
3 ACRES, Improved, new cotiani
wood, 2 blocks electric station
cash. 0(53 V.aco .si.
On I'D, fruit
l2ft; ?25.j"
ONE acre, all cleared, with small house on
Oregon Electric, tear Garden Home: nrir
$1200; terms. AL 177.
Oregonian.
FOR SALE or rent. $22.50. 1,
house. 1903 Division. Tabor3