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THE MOKMXG OKEGOXIAX, ' TUESDAY, AUUU8X S,
HOTELS AXD .SCMMKB RESORTS.
THE HOUSE OF WELCOME,
PARK AND AIDES STS., POSTLAND, OB.
In the' theater and shopping district, one block
from any carline; rates $1.00 per day and up; with
bath, $1.50 per day and up.
: Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
O. W. CorneliuB. President. H. E. Fletcher, Manager
W"rft-$" J -Alt 11 M
Portland's Newest and Most Magnificent Hostelry.
Opened March 4th. 1U.
Five hundred elegantly furnished rooms, nearly all
with private baths: 100 specially equipped sample-rooms
for the commercial trade. LjOC&ted on Broadway riga:
in the heart of the city.
WRIGHT. DICKINSON HOTEL CO.
When in Seattle Stop at the Hotel Seattle.
HOTEL MOORE OVERLOOKING
CLATSOP BEACH, SEASIDE, OREGON
OPENED JUNE 1, WITH COMPLETE SUMMER CREW
Many new and modern improvements. Electric lighted. Rooms with orwithont
bath. Hot salt hatha and surf bathinsr. Recreation pier for f ishlnsr. Steam heat
and running; water. Sea food a specialty. Grill connection.
HAN J. MOORE. Proprietor.
Modern Improvements, beautiful
dining-room. Now one-of- the-lar?-est
hotels on North Beach; with
large airy and sunny, rooms. We
raise our own poultry. Reasonable
rates, and special rates by the weelc
for families. Make reservations by
mail or wire. Long distance phone
Buy tickets to Shelburne Station
Trains stop right at door.
SEAVIBW, WASH., T. J. HOARHS.
Tiie Only Real Mountain Resort with
Me; MOUNT HOOD
DOKSKY B. SMITH, .
69 FIFTH ST.. PORTLAND. OR.
Telephoue Marshall 1979.
Sol Due Hot
Intfee Hfart ot the Olympics.
For descriptive literature, address
the Manager, 'Sol rue, Clallam County.
"The Hackney Cottage"
Beautiful surroundings and the
most pleasant spot on North Beach.
Home comforts and spring water
to drink, and the house is electrt
tied. Make reservations by mail or
wire. Sea View, Wash.
CLATSOP BEACH '
Electric lighted throughout. New con
crete absolutely fireproof building; tele
phone connections, running water.
European plan. Kates $1.00 per day and
Situated In heart of city, corner of Mala
and 13 ridge Streets.
JOHN MKARS, Proprietor.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
ALLESIO In. this city. August 4. 1013, at
her residence, S6S Division St., Frances
Alleslo, aged 2T years, 4 months, 13 davs.
Deceased is survived by a loving bus
band, Peter Allesio. and Babv Allesio
aged 14 days; also one sister, Mrs. Pet
renola Miios. of this city. Remains are at
the new parlors of the Skewes Undertak
ir.g Co. . Funeral Notice later.
LOST Monday night. Oaks car. 10 P. M.,
silver mash, purse. Return to Miss Ransom'
at Holllday Suit House. 355 Alder St. Re
ward. Hood Kiver Women Register.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Aug. 4. (Special.)
Four women of Hood . River have
registered preparatory to casting their
first ballots at the referendum elec
tion to be held this Fall. "The women
were timid about starting," says Deputy
County Clerk Shoemaker, "and In order
to get the ice broken I induced my
mother ana wife to register." Two
others have since registered Mrs. Lou
ise Boyden, formerly of Portland but
who Is now living on her Oak Grove
ranch, and Mrs. Helen GHday. also of
the Oak Grove district.
A complete steam fire engine, mounted
Sn ,tw2 wheels and light enough to be
handled by two men, has been invented iu
E-land for suburban and private use.
- Fourteenth and Washington Streets.
Booms, with bath, $1.50 day.
Booms without bath, $1.00 day.
All outside rooms, fireproof construction.
' Special rates for permanent guests.
Ross Finnegan, Mgr. Victor Brandt, Propr.
ISO rooms. ........... BO p.r day
too rooms (with bath)..2.0 per day
100 rooma (with bath)2.S0 par day
Add $1.00 per day to abort prlca
wbea two occupy one room,
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
FOR PERMANENT GUESTS
H. c.- rowers, nmr.
GAINER THIGPKJf, Allt n
Portlands Famous Hotel
Noted for the txcelience
HP II I f 11th and Morrison
- Main 1 and A 112a
TONIGHT 8:30 AIfyI,s
SPECIAL PRICE MATKEES -TOOiOimOYV
liL SAT. 3 :S0
EAST BROUGHT TO THE WEST!
f irst New York Winter Garden pro
duction to Be Seen Here.
SHOW of 1912
Travesty with Music on Current Plays
presented by the Original N. Y. Co.
of principals and 150 Pretty Rosebuds
. and ShrlnKing violets from the Great
Kvenlngs; Lower Floor, ft; Balconv,
S1.S0. $1, 75c. 80c: Mat., C1.50 to 50c!
" Box Office- Sale- Opens
11th and Morrison
I BEGINNING Sunday, Aug. 10
THREE MATINEES Bargain on Tues
day; Special on Thursday; Regular on
HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS
THE TREMENDOUS DRAMATIC
SCALE OF PRICES: -Evenings
and Saturday Matinee: Lower
floor, 14 rows Si. 8 rows J1.50; balcony,
6 rows $1. 4 rows 75c, 10 rows 50c; box
Bargain Price Matinee Tuesday: Entire
lower floor SI; balcony, 5 rows 75c, 4
rows BOc; 10 rows 25c; box seats J1.50.-
Special Price Matinee Thursday: Lower
floor, 10 rows J1.50, 12 rows SI; balcony,
5 rows $1. 4 rows 75c, 10 rows BOc; box
HOW TO ORDER TICKETS.
Address letters, make checks and money
orders payable to W. T. Pangle. In
close self -addressed stamped envelope to
help Insure safe return.
Mall Orders Take Precedence Over Box
Xsala S. A ink.
. MR- EDWARDS DAVIS
The Y aulas
Williams, Thompson and Copcland
Three Du-For Boys
Fiddler and Shelton
sjTff BrnadwiT snrl Alder Streets
ALL THIS WEEK 8 English Roses, thus.
I.lnriholm Co., The Cycling MeNutts, Dilla
Templet on. 4 Victorias Mbs Edith Haney,
Pantagescope. Popular prices. Boxes and first
row balcony reserved. Hox office open from
10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Phones A 2238, Main
4636. Curtain 2:30, 7:15 and 9:10.
5 Other Headline Acts S
COOLEST IN TO W.N
WEEK AUGUST 4 A Rare Comedy Skit
Hotel FUm-Flam, laush -dispensing- Comedy
galore. Introducing all the latest Song Hits.
Tuesday night, athletic eouteet ; .Friday nifitat,
rhorufl girls' contest. Prices 'Uchta, 13c,
25 c- Matinee, any teat, 15a.
-sJ'l Any Matinee Seat. 1K
1 I 'Si V la t IS-XfYS trtSTiiii every-
K. Steptaan, accordion, side pleating, buttons
covered, goods sponged. aSS Alder. M. 9373.
A88AVEBS AND AN ALlslSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE laboratory
and ore-testing work. 18a Morrison u
Sargent (H. - K. ) & Swope (F. E. ), general
practice. notaries-puDlic. ttls Cn. of Com.
Keferencee: Kartman & Thompson b'Kers.
VM. J. ENGLISH, removed to 628 Lumber
men', bide. Main 3714, Marshall 4ol.
O P. . GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways, foot Abernethy su
CAKfJiT - VlvA LSU.
NORTHWEST KUG CO. Rugi from old
- crpets, rag ruga, l&a Union ave.
CKLLLLQ11 BUTTONS. BADGES.
THE IBWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
92 Otti st. Phones Main bl2 and A. 1254.
William, Kstella and Dewans Deveny, the
only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors, au2 Gerlinger bide., 8. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. I.
HilL Offices. 429 Fliedner bldg. Main 84i.
CHJROJeBACTlC PHI' SIC IAN S.
DR. M'MAHON, 121 4th sC, $10,000 equip
ment; one-fourth usual charges for ex
pgrt adjustment and baths. Main 205.
Dr. Lehman. 317 Ablngton bldg., has no 10,
000 equipment; $10 a week; expert work.
. ; COAL AND WOO IX
$9 WILL buy you the Hiawatha coal at
Edlefaen's, Mine AgL
ALB IN A FUEL CO., for Summer orders,
WE collect everywhere; no collections, no
charge. Thomas Mercantile Agency, 511
Northwest -bldg. Main 22S2.
NETH A CO., Worcester bldg
No collection, no charge.
Prof. Walter Wlllson Dancing School.
Summer dancing lessons, '25; waltz, two
step. three-stej and stage dancing taught;
morning, afternoon and evening; guaran
tee to teach anyone who walks how to
dance; failure impossible. . 83 5th st.
Phone Main 7637. Eight lady and gen
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, tc
Expert lady and gentlmen teachers. ' A
refined, thorough school. Social dance
Wednesday, Saturday eve. Blngler's .Acad
emy, 231 Morrison. Both phones.
HEATH'S Dancing School, 109 st., bet.
Wash, and Stark sts. ; lessons daily; waits
and two-step guaranteed in four lessons;
class Friday evening, 8 to 10 at 109 2d.
BOTSFORD A.UV. Co., Board of Trade bldg
KAYB Adv. Co., Inc.. Commonwealth bldg.,
AGKICl L1XRAL IMPLEMENTS.
Mitchell. Lewis & braver Co., Morrison A 2d.
B. M. WADE & CO., 322-211 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL, WIRE AND IRON HKS
Portland Wire & Ircn Wks., 2d and ColuuiQla
AUTO AND RtOtiV TOFS.
DTJBRUILLE EUGGi TOP CO., 100 2d st
Mitchell. Lewis & Slaver Co., E. Mor A 2d.
Howard Automoijile Co., 14th aad Uavis
AUTO LAMPS AND RADIATOR
PORTLAND AUTO LAMP CO., 610 Alder at.
BALLOTJ & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
. BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME. .
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & .Davis.
BAKER & CONFECTIONERS' SUPPLIES.
GRAY. M'LEA.X & PERCH, 4th and Glisan.
OREGON- BARBER SUPPLY CO., TB th St.
Lewis-Stenger Barber Supply Co.. lOth-Mor.
firunswicke-Balke-Collender Co., 48 Fifth st.
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak streets.
POPE F. P. Keecan Co., 190 4th street.
BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.
DAYTON CYCLE CO.. 247 Ash street.
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender -Co., 46 Fifth at.
Royal Bakery & Conf., Inc.. 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEI. v HARD, 13th and Burnslde.
COFFMAN'S CANDY CO., 4a Front street.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHX BROS., 191 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe & Co.. 45 Fourth street.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES ' '
CLOSSETT & DEVEKS, 1-11N. Front St.
Big Free Bill at Portland's
. Amusement Park.
2:30 to 8 P. M.
Admission to Park, 10c.
Launches, Morrison Bridge.
Cars, First and Alder.
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Oien 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Licensed - films, good music. Programme:
"The Intruder" (two-reel Vitagraph drama) ;
"The Old Red- Hills of . Georgia" (Edison
drama); "Sweeney's Dream'' . (Selig Com
edy); Karp's Orchestra; Matt Dennis, bari
tone. Coming Wednesday: ""King Robert of
Sicily," dramatization of Longfellow's won
derful poem. Admission, 10c.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty - fourth Sts.
AUGUST -4. 5, , 7, 8, 9, lO.
Games Begin Weekdays at 3:15 P. 31.
Sundays 2:30 P. AL
LADIES DAY FRIDAY,
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's auction house, 168-16S Park st.
Furniture, etc Sale at 10 o'clock,
SHATTUCK At Welch's Camp, Oregon,
John Wesley Shattuck,' aged 79 years. The
remains are at tne new parlors or J. f.
nniey & hod, Montgomery
Notice of funeral hereafter.
at 5th st.
. HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
111. A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Tuesday ,
eve. at 8 P. M. Work in the E. A.
degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. C. E. MILLER, Sec.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING SCHOOL
VALENTINE'S system ladies? tailoring,
dressmaking taught. 152 Grand ave.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist. - Glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 41b Dekum bldg. 3d &Wash
MOTORS, generators, bought. Bold, rented
and repaired. - We do all kinds of repainr
ins and rewinding; all "work guaranteed.
H M. H. Electric Co., 31 First St., North.
Phone Main 9-10. :
WE. buy, sell, rent and exchange new and
second-iiand motors; repair -work a spe
cialty. Western Electria Works, 213 0th.
BOWERS & PARSONS, 1004 Front. M. 7443.
Furniture. Hospital. Pac ki n g and shipping.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY, 64-66 3d street.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned.
Best $2 hat on earth for men.
LANDSCAPE GARDENING. '
BETTER landscape "and general gardening.
SWISS FLORAL CO.
East 5370. C 1514. . -
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
J. A- STROWBRIDGB LEATHER CO. E
tablished 165a. . lstf Front St.
LAP BEADING. -
KING SCHOOL for the deaf . and . hard-of-hearlng,
3U8 Central - bldg. ,
MATTRESS FACTOEY. '
MATTRESSES made over and to-order; re
upholstering of all kinds. Marshall 2657.
HASTY Messenger Co, Day and night serv
ice. phone Main 53, A 2153.
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk, 325 Fliedner bid. A 4160, Mar.1629.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICLANS. "
Dr. Grover, ' specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic .diseases. 703 Oregonian bL M.3142
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 415-16-17 Dekum bldg:
Nervous and chronic diseases.
Phone, office M. 348; res. East or B 102S.
Patents -procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-law,
late of the U. S. Patent Office.
Booklet free. 1010 Board of Trade, bldg.
R. C. WRIGHT, S2 years' practice, U. S.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bids.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office irear 24th and York sts. Main 3489.
' ' PLASTERING.
PLASTERING C. T. Simmons. 27 years'
experience ; satisfaction guaranteed ; re
pair work given prompt attention. 654
Kast 12th Jst. Sellwood 40i.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DAIRY AND CREAHEBI SUPPLIES.
Monroe & Crissel, 126 Front. M. 640. R 5429.
CLARKE-WOOD WARD DP.UG CO., Alder at
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING. -
Wi;IER.N Tool & Die Works, aOB Pine st.
DRY GOODS. .
FLEISCHXE R-MAVEK & CO., 207 Ash st.
STUBBS ELECTRICAL CO., tith ic Pine sts.
FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE. -MALARKJil
& CO., Inc., 14 Front street.
CROWN MILLS, .Board ot Trade bldg.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall
BALFOUR-GUTHRIE & CO., Board -of Trade
H. M. HOUSEK, Board of Trade bldg.
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHSE. CO.. Br. Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO.. Board ot Trsde.
ALLEN LEWIS iKst. 1S51), 48 N. Front.
WADHAMS & CO., 69-75 4th St.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPfe:
THANH AUSER HAT CO., d3-5a t , snt St.
J. H. Klosterman & Co.. leading hay dealers.
HIDES, FURS. FELTS, WOOL, TALLOW.
THE H. F. NORTON CO., 5a-55 N. Front St.
HIDES,-PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front st.
M'NEFF BROTHERS, 614 Worcester bldg.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East 3d and Burnside sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
Complete Stock of
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, leather
of every description, taps, mfr. findings.
OREGON COUNCIL, ROYAL
ARCANUM, meets at the new
hall. Royal building, the first
and third Tuesdays of each
month at 8 P. M. Visitors cor
O. -O. HALL. Secretary.
529 East 14th street North.
jp &. MOUNT HOOD COUNCIL,
jk ROYAL ARCANUM, meets this
sTlt?"K (Tuesday) evening: at W. O. W.
iSTt Hall, - Eleventh street, at S
AVoss, -f. jo... visiting oretnren we:.
wfc-iC. come. GEO. W. HAZEN,
STATED ASSEMBLY of Multno
mah Council, R. and S. M., will be
held in the Masonic Temple this even
ins at S o'clock. C.Fmnnv nf re
ceiving charter. ' Visiting companions wel
come. R. D. ROBINSON, Recorder.
FUNERAL NOTICES. (
FOSTER In this city, August 3, at his late
residence, 853 Weidler St., Jamas Lee
Foster, aged 34 years, 30 days, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles C. Foster, husband of
Lena Foster and father of Stanton Foster,
brother of Clark C. Foster jr., Lewis E,
Foster and Mrs. H. p. Blatterman. The
funeral services will be held at the con
servatory chapel of F. S. Dunning, Inc.
East fiide Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder st., at 3:3u p. M. tomorrow (Wed
nesday), August 0, under the auspices of
the general relief committee I. O. O. F.
Friends invited. Interment Mt Sht-t. Park
CARROLL In this city, August 4, at her
late residence, USO East Madison st.. Pearl
Carroll, aged 22 years, beloved wife of F.
P. Carroll, and sister of H. C, R. C, Kay,
Gllmour and Jennie Clark, of Portland;
Mrs. M. Duncan, of Chelan, Wash., and
Mrs. I, Peters, of Wenatchee, "Wash. Tho
funeral services will be held at the con
servatory chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc.,
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder st., at 10 A. M. tomorrow (Wednes
day), August 6. Friends invited. Interment
Mt Scott Park Cemetery.
STEVENS William -Moore Stevens, aged 84
years, 9 months, 16 days. He is survived,
by a brother, Nathaniel Stevens, of Port
land, and his mother, two sisters and four
brothers living In the East. Funeral aerv-
. ices will be held at 2 o'clock this after
noon at " the Portland Crematorium.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral.
The remains are at the Holman under-
. taking parlors.
CRAWFORD At the residence of his daugh
ter. Mrs. J. J. Johnson, 2727 E. Cist St.,
W. M. Crawford, aged 73 years. Funeral
will be held at Lerch's undertaking par
lors, E. Alder - and 6th sts., tomorrow
(Wednesday), August , lo a. M. Inter
ment at Fairfield, Neb. Friends invited.
' FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ,
MR EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading fu
neral director. 220 Third street, corner Sal
mon. Lady assistants A 1511, Mala 50?.
J. P. FIN LEY A SON.
Montgomery, at Fifth St.
F. S. DUNNING. INO. -East
Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder St. East. 6S, Jtt 2 6 If ft.
PORTLAND CREMATORIUM, 58 Gleo-n-ood
ave.; take Sellwood car. Open to
itoK daily from ft A- M. to 5 P. M.
DUNNING M'ENTEE, funeral director,
"tli and Pine. Jfhone Main 480. Lady at
tendant. OilU-o of County Coroner.
LERCH, on dc natter, ror.- East Alder and
Sixth- East 181. H 1888. Liidy attendant.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. Main 4153. A 2321. Lady attendant.
A. R. ZELLAR CO.. East 1088, C 10&S,
Lady Attendant. Night Service.
MEMORIALS Portland Marble Works.
64 4th, opposite City lialL Main &5e.
NICKEL, gold and silver plating. Portland
PUg. A MIS. Co. Main a-t-i, A E'-&2.
tuiitto oraer, any size, $7.30 up. C. P.; Bed
Co., b4 Union ave., csouth. Phone East 243.
SEWING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
New, ail maii.es, lactory prices, second
hand, $2 up; maciiiiiie rented and re
pair;a. Main 9431. lUu 3ci. near yamhili.
UCBBER STAMPS! SEALS. BKASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash, tit. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
THE IP.',r .N-HODbON COMPANY. .
92 5tnat. honea Main 312. A 1254.
SMQWCASES BANK & STOKE FIXTURES.
THE LUTKE MFG. CO., branch Grand Rap
Ida Showcaee Co., 6th and Hoyt. K. Lutke,
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
and- old window display and cahinat work.
WESTERN FIX. A . SHOWCASE CO., 10ta
and Davis. Showcases to order and in stock.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER,
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor.. 15th
and Kearney st., just completed new tire
- proof warehouse for house nolo, ef teats, pi
anos and automobiles; contains separate
- fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano room, trunk and rig vaults; traca
a re ror carload shipments: vans for mov
.lug,, reduced freight rates .on. household
goods to and from East in through cur a
Main 5640. All departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co.,' offices
and commodious 4-story brick '. warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof - vaults
for valuables; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine fcts.';
' pianos and furniture moved and packed
. for shipment.' special rates made on goods
' in our tarough cars to ail domestic and
to reign ports. jnain yo,- a
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 . Glisan St.,
cor. istn. xeiepnone Mam 6U or A
General transfer and forwarding agents.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates In tne city.
P O RTLAND 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
transferring and storage, safes, pianos and
furniture moved and packed -for shipment.
Teams and auto vans for- long-distance
moving. 87-89 Front st. Main 547 or A 2247.
$15 TO $65 will buy a Gill rebuilt type
writer as good as new; all makes to choose
from and workmanship-guaranteed; terms
to suit; catalogue mailed on requ'est-
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 oh the. Coast; investigate
all' makes, all prices . The Typewriter
Exchange, 351 Washington - st.
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates, p. p.. C Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
Balfour. Guthrlo & Co., Board of Trade.
LOGGING MACHINERY. .
F. B. MALLORY & CO., 231 Fine st.
Loggers & Contractors' Mach. Co.. 71 5th st.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR. .
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 63 Fifth st.
B. O. CASE & CO., 5th and Oak. N
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and Tin sts.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER SIMLNGTON, Caihoun Co.. 45 4th.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Works, 2d Columbia
PAINTS, . OILS AND VARN ISHES.
RASMCiiSEN & CO., jobbers, paints, oils,
glass, sash and doors, cor. 2d and Taylor.
W. P. FULLER CO., I2;h and Davis
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., IStf First st. '
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES.
BASS-HUETTER PAINT CO.. 184-168 2d St.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 64-66 Front st. .
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDLNG & FARRELL, 110 Front st.
POULTRY, EGGS, CALVES, HOGS.
HENRY EVERDING. 45-41 Front St.
- ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., Foot Ankeny st.
SASH DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
Ernest Miller Wall Paper Co., 172 1st st
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 230 2d St.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE SfO. 320 UNION AVENUK,
CORNER MARKET STREET.
Pnone Eaat 1433, B 2515
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice.- Prices
reasonable. Report all cases of cru
elty to this office. Open day and night
Modern 4 - Fiat Building
NOB HILL, DISTRICT
Income $110 per month. Owner desires to
exchange nisequity cf fsOOO for well-located,
unincumbered houses and lots. This in
high-class property. Price is right and
yours must be likewise,
INSIDE PROPERTY DEALERS.
Apartment House; Close-In Corner
We are authorized to exchange this mod
ern apartment house of 24 apartments for
well-located vacant property, or might con
sider unincumbered acreage. This is a high
class proposition and a good revenue pro
ducer, properties with inflated values will
not be considered.
INSIDE PROPERTY DEALERS.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Auy Amount' at Current Hates."
JOHN E. C EON AN
002 ftpaldlnar.Biuar. Portland. On.
CITY & FARM LOANS
:. (1000 and up at lowest rates.
C M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bldg. A 141, Marshall 93.
MORTGAGE LOAPsTS "
, Oar Own Mosey ot Current Rates.
WESTERN BOND A MORTGAGE CO,
Commercial Club Bldg, Portland, Or.
$ s - mortgage: loans. s s
Amounts to Suit. Real Estate Security.
GEO. H. THOSIAS,
ST Oak St., Room 2. Ains worth Bide.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Portland's Perpetual - Care Cemetery
Lare. Permanent. Modern. Both, phones
AUCTION SALE, AUG. 12
Dairy Farm, on Street-Cream Route.
At Mount Pleasant, Washington, 3
mijes from train and boat landing.
Will sell to thR hifihest bidder: 239
acres. 9-room house, 65 acres in culti
vation. 22 in oats. SO in hav. 3 in po
tatoes. 50 slashed and seeded; balance
easy ' cleared ; all wire fenced; 4 good
creeks, water piped in house and barn;
-2 milch COWS. 4 vearlins-s. fi .-alvps f
Horses; 90 tons shay J300 bushels of
woui; a wagons sasoune wooasaw and
feed grinder; adjoining land sold at
$130 per acre: . this nla,e i worth
S2S.000. $SOO0 down and balance to suit
at 6 per cent, or will take Portland In
come property. Inquire at Mount Pleas
ant tor Kocner .Bros, ranch or see me.
Owners wish to retire. Clears 2500 a
C M. ZAD0W
414 Corbett BIdsr. A 1416, Marshall 2
f . 696 to 7
MONEY READY NOW FOB LOANS,
?2000 TO $20,000, ON GOOD, IM
H. E. MGONEY
Main 210. Koom 421 Failing' Bldg.
Edward E. Goudey
On business and close-in residence
on improved city or country prop
erty. Ask for Mrs. Ridings.
HACKER & THERKELSEN CO.
Main 7592. . 306 Spalding Bldg.
' New Ve!l-Built
Cost owner over $8000. Goine East
and will Bell for $5500. Get particulars
and use your own judgment.
. . We have exclusive aale.
W. A. BARNES CO.
404-5 Lewis Bids., Fourth and Oak Sts.
BIG . STOCK AND DAIRY FARMS
15. $17.50, S20 and per Acre
In Western Oregon, where the foot
hills meet the valley. Beautiful streams,
deep soil and ? abundance of grass.
GEO. E. WAGGON EK
Exclusive Dealer in Big Tract
' 8Q5 Yeon Building;
, Improved' Property
Commerce Safe Dep., & Mortgage Co.
81 Third S-U, Cham, ot Com. ttlds.
. BEAI. ESTATE DEALERS.
Seek, William G.. 315-318 Failing bldg.
BRUBAKKR, C. L., 317 RallWiiy Ex. bldg.
Jennings & Co., Main 188. 208 Oresonian.
PALMEU-JO.NES CO.. U. V., 4U4-40i-4U
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS ON WEST SIDE.
Glenelyn Addition, restricted district,
inside 3-mile circle, commands an unob
structed view of Tualatin Valley and Mt
Hood; -walks, surface graded streets and
Bull Run water in and included in price;
Fourth street line runs In front of prop
erty, the electrification of which is now
in progress. Prices range from $35U
-up;-select your lot and we will build .to
suit you for a small cash, payment down.
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
Second Floor Selling Bldg.,
TILLAMOOK BEACH -HOTEL
Do you want a fine buy in a beach ho
tel on new Garibaldi (Tillamook) Beach?
If so, see this. Located at Manhattan
station, first stop on beach and about the
best of whole beach. Hotel nicely fur
nished, now open; a fine chance for some
one to get a location on this beach, which
is getting all the crowds. Lot 5JxlOO. big
fireplace. Right at R. R. station, close
to surf. Better go down and see it. Only
$3 round trip. Hotel Manhattan. A good
all-year place. Full particulars, owner,
129 Front st.
BEAXJTIFCL VIEW PROPERTY..
On West Side, overlooking ' the entire
. city and mountains, 7 rooms, all modern;
will sell for foOO cash and .easy monthly
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
Second Floor Selling Bldg.
LOT, with two corners, 204 feet front, 110
east front, on East yth and Killingsworth
and Brown aves., easily divided into two
lots, each 47x55; $1S00, terms or monthly
payments, seuwooa 771. .owner.
IRVINGTQN BARGAIN. - -Choice
lot on Twenty-third street, three
feet above grade, east facing; one block of
the car; price $1100, terms.
OSCAR W. BRYAN; -
Main 1963. 508 Cham, of Com. A 1227.
TWO fine, beautifully situated, close-in lots,
Portland Heights, for sale at a bargain;
no agents. It you want to build on Port-
land Heights this is your opportunity
" AR 274, Oregonilan.
FOR SALE 2 lots, N. W. corner 16th and
Ainsworth ave: will sacrifice" for --cash;
""make me an offer. Phone Bast 1096.
S BEAUTIFUL lots, Bayocean Beach, $800,
terms. Owner, 324 Worcester bldg.
CHOICE view lot on West Side. Phone
Fol Sale Houses.
WE hav three .beautiful new, modern Cali
fornia bungalows; - will sell- at great re
duction, on your own terms or rent or ex
change. Main- 4549.
WILL TRADtitgood lots on poos Bay for
dining-room set, bedroom suit, fumed oak.
wax finish; also for range, rugs, kitchen
cabinet. D 2(53, Oregonian,
50 DOWN, balance $25 per .month, - Includes
interest, 6-room cottage, Hawthorne dis
trlct. F 2t0. Oregonian.
FOR SALE Home in Irvington, best looa
tion, medium sizef and price. Phone East
FURNISHED cottage, 5350 down, balance.
$-5 per month, includes Interest; price
5J850. F 259. Oregonian.
$4500 Modern 6-room house on East Broad
way, by owner; $2100 cash, balance easy
terms. Phone East 4957. .
IRVINGTON HOUSES OUR SPECIALTT.
NEUHAU6EN A CO. Main SC.tt.
FOR SALE Five-room house, lot 50x100;
$1000. t28 Tiogo et.. St. Johns. , - '
IRVINGTON iSOO cash, new, 7 rooms, bal-
ance easy terms. Owner; Main 759L
NEW modern 6-room house, lot 50x130. at
bargain. Woodiawn 113S. -
FOR SALE by owner, modern 7-room bunga
low. reasonable, easy terms. Taboz 36U4.
NEW, modem, 5-room cottage. Woo dm ere,
for good first mortgage. 5417 69th st. S. E.
IRVINGTON LOTS OUR SPECIALTY.
NEUHAUSEN & CO. MAIN 5078.
LOTS1 near car, $375; $5 monthly. Ownet,
720 Chamber of Commerce. Main 1160.
- REAL' ESTATE.
For Sale Houses
Nice ti-room house, only .3 years oldand
all in first-class shape ; doubly -constructed;
gas. electric, nice bath, . laundry '
trays, beam ceifing. panel dining-room,
bookcase, corner lot 33. X-4xtiti 2-. with
street work all in and all paid but oO;
this property is actually worth $3tioo. .
owner must sell at once "and will take
$-750, $yGu cash, balance 3 years, 7 per
cent; located on a corner on East 'Mam.
a.Lii, rigm. oetween tne two oesi
carllnes in the city.
GRUSS1 & HOLDS. -318
Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
OWNER MUST SELL.
New, modern S-room faousf, four bed -rams
and sleeping porch, hardwood floors,
furnace, fireplace, buffet, bookcases,- break
fast -room. Dutch kttcnen, doubly con
structed and not a thing missing to make
a complete home; this property is actuailv"
worth gti.iOO;- my price for this week is
$49 "0, making the best snap in Laurel
hurst; I must sell and terms can be ar
ranged. Call Tabor 3253 or Main 7432 of
take Rose City car or Beaumont to 33d
st. and see the house.
1024 Sandy Blvd., near . 33d."
ONLY '00 DOWN.
STYLISH BCiVKYSIDB BUNGALOW.
Reception bell with coat closet mirror
door, living-room with nreplac and built
in bookcases dining-room, with buUt-in
china closet and window seat. Dutch
kitchen with built-in conveniences. 2 bed
rooms and nice bath full cement baseman:,
full attic, ali floored; this pretty horn Is
located on E. S7ta st.. betwreeen Belmont
ad East Stark; choice homes all around
it; lighting fixtures in, l; street improve
' menu pa;a; very easy monthly payments
it good responsible pany. See owner at
926 E. Taylor, cor. E. 31st st. B 202S.
IRVING TON HOME.
$11,000. - .
Large living-room. . library, dinlng-roqm,
kitchen, pantry, two fireplaces, five bed
rooms, sleeping porch, large enough for
three beds; large, bathroom, .two toilets.
hardwo.od floors throughout, roomy attic,
full cement basement with hot-air fur
nace and laundry equipment; TOxloti
foot lot ; 1 block from Irvington carline,
In neighborhood where surrounding places
range in value from $10,000" to. $2,000; a
rare bargain. See owner on premt,
East 16th st. N-. near Knott- st.
GENUINE California bungalow on Mount
Tabor; hardwood floors, built-in buffet
and bookcases, Dutch kitchen," full, ce
ment basement, fireplace. aadt No. 1 fur
nace; this place is strictly 'modern in
every detail and cheap at $4150 cash. It
can be bought for $150 cash, bal. $'-'."
per -mo. and interest at 7 per cent, if
-you want something nice, this is your
opportunity. Ask for Beamer,
. HACKER & THERKELSEN CO.,
Main 7392. 3oti Spalding Bldg.
ALBERTA BUNGALOW SNAP, .
A fine brand new bungalow, just fin
ished, is doubly constructed, - gas, elec
tricity, fine fireplace, Dutch kitchen, con
crete porch, brick pillars, etc.. -lot 40x100.
on E. 26th st., one block from car; prie
a snap; only $2650, $300 cash and $2o per
month. If you want a swell nifty horn,
do not delay to see this.
OR U SSI & HOLDS.
318 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
THAT VACANT LOT. .
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH TiE
.MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING. PLANS FRES
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW. TALK TO OCR CLIENTS. Sfi
OUR WORK. - WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY &. CO., CONTRACTINrt
ARCHITECTS. 324 AB1NGTON BLDG.
.- BUNGALOW 7 ROOMS .
NEW ARTISTIC BUILDING
Also 7 -room 1 -story house, .restricted
disu-'ct, oak floors, mahopany bo-ders.
beautiful 7-ft. beveled plate buffet and
bookcases, -music room, 4 pressed brie
pierj, fine mantel, French mirrors, solid
brass; lot 50x100, parking 10 ft., biock to
car, -15 minutes to city. Phone owner.
H AWTH ORNE BUNGALOW, $200.
Fine 5-room bungalow, gas, electricity,
fireplace, beam ceiling, panel dining-room,
buffet, bookcases, strictly modern, on Ar
nold street, near 37th st.; price a snap;
only $30u0, $200 cash and $20 per
month; let vs show you this snap today.
' GRCSSI & BOLDS,
SIS Board of Trade Bldg., 4tn ar.3 Osk.
The latest- built-in features; linoleum
on kitchen and bathroom floors, electric"
fixtures, shaaes. etc.: the house was .buiit
8 months ago and is as good as new. Serf
this today. A real . bargain . at $3000. Only
$20O down, balance pr month and
-interest.- Call alter 6 P. M.v 119S E. Har.-
ritnn PhnnA S1.T -
$1400 COTTAGE,- " '' '
Good 5-room cottage ori 50x100 lot;
some nice fruit trees and . lots of small
fruit; on E. 75th st.. near Glisan; .price
a - snap, $1400, $600 cash and ' $13 per
month: cost the owner S'JUOO- '
- GRUSSI & BOLDS.-"
318 Board of Trade bids-, 4th and Oak.
s , - WEST SIDE SACRIFICE. -. -
Owner broke apd must sell at once mod
ern, residence, s rooms, near hospitals; 50x
100 lot; ideal for apartments; price asked
is less than vacant lot is worth; present
income is 6 2-3 per cent on- investment. -This
is sure of Quick profit. AT t9, Ore
gonian. - . . 2000. . - -" ; -
. ' 150x1.00.
Honse In fairly good condition, right. on
carline, 12 minutes- ride, 5c car tare;
no street- assessments; this is ,fine4r.
chicken ranch, can 2 .Fine at. or pnona
Main 172L. ? -.:'
FOR SALE A splendid tmy, house and lot,
on 29th and E. Stark sts,; house rents-for
$15; advancing rapidly as' carline 4s soon
"to be built, passing door; owner lives
in another city and -wants to sell. 253,
Oregonian. -, " '; . .t
.-- . - '-SPLENDID OFFER.. .
Three fine homes, 8 rooms, $5500 and
$5700 each. A-beolutely modern- 'Good
location, Irvington' ." East 273. W. H.
-Herdman - .
Beautiful 6-room houser "built -for home,
every modern convenience, perfect sweep
ing 'view of whole city can never beoo-st:-ucted;
$70uy. Terms. S 233,--, Cregor
nian.' -fr . . - -
FOR SALE S-room " modern house', corner
lot, 50x100; splendid neighbor hoodV flrat
'. buy, close vn,-. any . reasonable . terms ac-
ceptea. rnone lawr iauo.. jso agents.
Price $45o0, will trade.
IF you want to see the homes for sale on,
PORTLAND -HEIGHTS, see
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Marshall 4S 7 or A 3839.
NEW, modern. California bungalow, Wewt
Side; Bail .Run- water; 20 minutes. Gc fare;
- for 'xruick sale, $1-25; $250 cash, balance
terms. Call Hawley Lumber Co., Mult
nomah, or- phone Main 4549. t.
5-ROOM modern house in Irvington Heights
on 15th-st. carline;-lot 50x200 ; riagnificent
view of th city; price reasonable; soma
terms. Call, owner, -Woodiawn. 1516; C
209, Oregonian.. - " -
IF you want to see the home sites Cor aa
on PORTLAND HEIGHTS, see - ,
BROOKE.- stealer in
PORTLAND" HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Mar s hall 4a27 or A &t$p.
$350 BUYS 50x100 lot, restrict- 'T-r';
price Includes graded street, ' cviueaC wide
walk and curb- and . city -water; terms
cash, no trades. V 224, 'Oregonian-.
1 HAVE a lot in Piedmont district; will sell
lor f50 or will build modern house from
buyer'B -own plans; small down payment,
balance monthly. H 257, Oregonian. -"
trict,- all modern conveniences, at a pric
: and on terms that will interest you.- Call
Tabor 4469. .
5-ROOM house, corner lot, SO by ICO, ce
ment basement, shade trees and shrubbery.
Price $1450, terms. Inquire 214 Ease 2ttn
FOR EXCHANGE Coos By lots, close to
Marshfield. overlooking bay, for standard
make automobile, runabout preferred;
might pay some cash. D 264 Oregonian.
wtt.t. if ha n cr lot or lot on i.qi-ib Ma v.
beautiful- view, for Portland property;
what have you?- D 265, Oregonian.-
WANTED ' To trada for standard make
visible typewriter ; will-give deed Jo good
lot. E 259. Oregonian.
For Sale Business Property.
GOOD BUY ON EAST SIDE
TERMINAL AND WAREHOUSE DI3- .
75x100 on north side of East Oak t
between East 2d and 3d. - Three-story
frame building thereon 4 Wilburg Hotel),
some revenue. This property is right in
the heart of. all the big developments of
the East Side terminals, and has a great
future. The Hill lines hare aUuui sur
rounded it. The- S. P. and O.-W.- R. &
N. freight depots and offices ure almost
across the street, and now. the Dock Com
mission has bought the ' site for the bis
city' dock right at thhe' foot of Oak st.
'. Right now this property is worth much
- more than I am asking, .and with thess
Improvements under--way will surely bring
more than double -what " you can- onw
y buv it for. " Price $25,000 eash. Go over
and see it. See how it is situated. Pric
lomi adjoining .property. Then buy- it.
You'll rmilte big money.. No .trades. Owner's-name
and Address on building.--
IHAVE a. lot in Piedmont district; will sell
for $s50 or will build modern' house from
-. -buyer's own plans; small doTii paymeuu
. balance .monthly. H 257, Oregonian:
3.00x106- FEET on Third st., near Shrldans
with twQ iflat buildings and one -n:;f
" dwelling; income $76: ric"3 7vvi); wasy
terms., Inquire -317 Beckbldg. -
$1S,0U LOT 5yx 1 0O, stores and apartments,
prominent street, .close in. West Side, well
T en ted. Ow ner, 324 Worcester bldg,
A VERY elegant apartment; rent reasona
ble. . 454 11th st. . - - 4 ' ,