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THE SIORXIX6 OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913.
CYCLIST INJURED BY AUTO
F. A. Dillon's Ribs Broken ana Maj
Be Seriously Hurt.
F.- A. Dillon, superintendent of the
International Detective Agency, which
has offices in the Dekum building, was
knocked from his motorcycle and se
verely hurt when an automobile driven
and owned by David Cole, of 199 Ains
worth street, ran against him at East
Broadway and Williams avenue, about
7 o'clock last night.
Dl!lon was riding nis macnine on
the right side of the. street approach
ing Broadway on 'Williams, it is said,
when Cole, trying to cut the corner
and turn into Williams from Broadway,
struck him. He was- thrown into the
gutter and his motorcycle wrecked.
Persons who saw the accident tele
phoned to the Ambulance Service Com
pany and Dillon was taken in an am
bulance to St. Vincent's Hospital, where
it was discovered that he had several
broken ribs and possibly other serious
DAILY ' METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 20. Maximum temper-ture.-
88 degrees; . minimum. 55 degrees.
RjTrrMf1ln at ft A. M . 414 feet: change
in last 24 hours, 0.4 foot fall. Total rainfall
5 P. M. to 5 P. M.). none: total rainfall
since September 1. 1W12. 30.40 inches; normal
rainfall since September 1, 44.82 inches: de
ficiency of rainfall since September 1. l91-
5.42 Inches. Total sunshine August 2", "
hours. minutes; possible sunshine. 13 hours,
ft minutes. Barometer reduced to sea-level)
at 5 P. U 2.87 Inches.
s 3 To -
- S 2 sr '
3 2 - f 8
STATION! state el
3 5 H S Weatbe
o ; ...
j 2 0.00; 6 NW Clear
70 0.00 8,SE
O.oo' 4S Pt. cloudy
6 O.oo1 6 N
90'u.OU U SW
DeS MO DM lJO.COl 4 8
Duluth I" 2 0.0V 6 NE
0.00! W IClear
92,y.0014 SE ;Pt. cloudy
&2 0.00 lu NW, Clear
85 0.00' fc. N'E Clear
i 0.o-;i0,E IClear
86 0.0UI..1 Clear
8J 0.00 4 NW Clear
75 0.00 10 t?W Pt. cloudy
SS O.OOj 4 XWiCIear
tHl O.Ooi 6 .V (Clear
12 O.OO Pt. cloudy
Kansas City. . . .
Klamath. Falla. .
I,os Angeles. ...
94 0.00, b Clear
North Head 1 iz o.oo,i! w :iear
North i ajcizna
.. fctfO.OO, 4 W (Clear
(. V-t u.uu v :iea.r
IIOI 0.001 4 XWICIear
rcu.wi lWiW near
hi o.oo iin
ftO.0ll 4 x
102 0.00 S'S
90 0.00 4 E
SS 0.4S 12.8
San Francisco. . .
r 0.00 32 XW Clear
64 0.00 Id W IClear
2 0.0O 4'X Clear
J2 0.00 6 X Clear
73.0.001 8 SE Clear
, 9ft O.oo! 4 SE Clear
61 '0.O0!. - Clear
SO 0.u0 6 SW 'Clear
Washing ton . . . .
. WEATHER CONDITIONS.
A moderate depression overlies California
and Arizona, also the fiains btatea. Mitrn
atmospheric pressure obtains In other parts
nt the country. Light rains have fallen
In Northern Alberta, Manitoba, the Dakota.
ttrmtharn California. Tennessee. Kentucky,
North Carolina, norma ana moaerate.y
heavy rains In Minnesota. Thunder storms
war renorted from ban D'eiro. Denver,
Rapid Cty ana wiiiieion. in wwmer is
-warmer In the Pacific Northwest, the Basin
States. Mississippi Valley and British Co
lumbla: It Is cooler In North Central Mon
tana daiirfti phswin. Northern Colorado, on
the north California Coast. In the Middle
a. riantin fliatM ana jaaine. in arenerai. icu-
peratures are above normal In the Interior
portions oi tna unncu
The conditions are favorable for con
tinued fair and warm weather In this dis
trict Thursday, with northwesterly winds
near the coast.
, " FORECASTS: ...
Portland fid' vicinity Tain northwest
erly winds. , -
Oregon ana wasmngxon rair; norio.
THEODORE F. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
PARADE AT 10 0 CLOCK A. M.U
asccsiaa tn nx esaroa-uNci
Mt mnm Mt i s. m.
starsaaaacas sismi r t m a
Oit 63tTiekil Admits U All
tliuw unpin ll ts tf esict
AdmlsaiuB and Hesrrvfd eatn
ale at Sherman. Clay A Co. Plaao
tore. Sixth sad Morriaoa mt-, at same
price caarsed at skew gnrands.
West Park and Yamhill sta
Visiting Nobles cordially In
Tlted. By order of lh. Po
Sl'OH J. BOYD. Recorder.
GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE, I. O.
O. F. A special meeting Is called today
IThurmay) at 1:30 o'clock . P. M.. Oddfel
los Hail, 22 Alder St.. to conduct the fu
neral oi Brother Dominic Iviano, a mem
oer or Keota Lodge, No. 611. I. O. O. .
eota, jo. Chapel services, 7th and An.
keny. Interment Rose City Park Ceme
'ery. Oddlelloas and Bebekshs are invited
to attend. J. c. JAM toU. Sec
KEXTON LODGE. NO. 145.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this iThursdayl
ex-rnlns. Work In M. M. degree.
Visitors welcome. By order W.
WILL H. EATON. . Sec.
GOLDEN RVLE .ENCAMPMENT. KO.
3. L O. O. F.. meets this Thursday! even
ing, St 8 P. M . In Orient Kail F.iisr Rth and
Alder sta Patriarchal degree. All Patriarchs
-eicoma. C. C. STAK, . Scrloe.
" O W I Q iTTRVTIflV
CHliens having Joined. Order of Owls past
3"ar pleas, mail tddrtss and nam. to Box
A Oregoniau; instaUatlon of nest Au-
i 1 1 , I fl LI L In
- iooo mfr
BOX OFFICE 8 ALE TO MO BROW, j
M AIT. ARfiERA RECEIVED NOW 1
11th and MorrlMi
SbSSSSo Next Sunday
Baraala Mat. Toes Special Ma. FrL
WILLIAM A. BRADY (Ltd.) PRESENTS
A COMEDT OF LOVE AND ROMANCE
Evenings: Lower floor. $2. $l-5. fit
balcony. $1. 15c 50c Bargain Tuesday
Matinee: Lower floor 1.; bslcoay. S
rows 75C 4 rows 50c, 10 rows 45c
Special Friday Matinee: Lower Xloor
11.50, $1; balcony, 75c. 50c
MA1XXEE DAILY. Mala 6. A 10X1
Flanagan and Edward
Bedford and Winchester
The Feis Trio
Wlnslow and Duffy
bene Mailer Trio
Broadway and Alder Street
WEEK AFGC8T IS. Lottie Mayer. Divine;
Queen, assisted by Vivian MsrbsU and Mx
Water Nvropbi, Tojetti & Bennett, Bina
berir. Marina A Day, Clayton and Lnnie.
Alfredo Marschali, Billy Mann, Popular
Any Matloe. Beat, is
l Ssitiei KVERT
MOSS. G.. MOLASSO
in "La Somnamt.ule"
MRS. BATTLING NELSON
4 Other Headline Acts t
A Joyous Musical Hit, "Maloney'a Wed
ding." A side-splitting cemMy, Interspereed
with late song succeKe., elaborately stasea
and coetamed. Tuelay night, Athletlo
Contest. Friday night. Chorus Girls' Con
teat. Prices i Sights. 15c, 26c s matinee, any
Sixth and Washing-ton 8ts. Open It A. M.
to 11 P. M. 1'erfert Ventilation. Fireproof.
ProaraJUirie. Weilnewday to Sunday
"Breaklnc Into the Bis IraSTne" (Kalem
Comedy); "The En-ins; Brother" (I'adie
Irmma); "In and About Calcutta Vita
graph Scenic) ; "Better Days" VltaRTaph
jframa); Matt Dennis, Baritone, and .Harps
Orchestra. lOc Admiwaion 10c.
Attend The Oregon
Salem, September 29. to
October 4, 1913
REDUCED RATES ON ALL
For Information Address
FRANK ' MEREDITH, Secretary
THE O AKS
. Big- Free Bill at Portland's
Animal Cirrus ,
I:0 and 8 P. M.
-'!' ALL FREE "'"
Admission to Park' 10c
Launches, Morrison Bridge.
Cars, First and Alder.
Cor. Vansrhm and Twenty - fourth Sta.
AUGUST 19, 20. SI. 23. 23, 2a,
Games Begin Weekdays at 3:15 P. M.
Sundays 2:30 P. SI.
'LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
Pendleton Round Up
September 11, 12 and 13
Special trains on O.-W. R. & N. and
North Bank. Inquire of agents zor fur
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
AV ANTED Partner. Alton Tailor Shop,
Lobby Alton 'Hotel, x.itu and stara.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker"! Auction House, Park St.
Furniture, stc sie at ltf o ciock.
JOHNSON Aurust 20. Eliisbtb Johnson,
aged SO years, beloved mother of F. F.,
W. M. and D. P. Johnson and grand
mother of Mrs. Harry Ga raids, Mrs. Robert
Athoa and Kerley Johnson- Remains at
Dunning- A McEn tee's parlors. Notice of
MARBAP Aus-uat SI, Adolls Fon Msrbsd.
aged 56 years, beloved mother of Fred
erick Marbad. Remains at Dunning A Mc
En tee's parlors. Notice, of funeral later.
ROSS The many friends of Joseph Morlson
Ross were shocked and grieved to hear
of his sudden death the evening- of Au-
fust 3. at him home near Vollmer. Idaho,
ie had been in Vollmer that day and
talked with many of his friends there.
He was anuarentlv in the best of health
and expressed himself as never feeling
better in his life, in tne evening ne par
took of a hearty supper, then went out
and assigned to each man his place in
the harvesting of his bountiful crop.
Shortly after retiring for the. night he
called for help, as he was hi great pain
In his left side. Medical assistance was
called, but nothing could bs done for his
relief, and In less than two hours he had
passed Into the ureal Beyond.
Funeral services were held In Vollmer,
Tdaho. Sunday arternoon, Auauet lu.
give the Idaho friends an opportunity to
pay tnetr last trinuie to nis memory, jl
procession over a mile long attested to
the high esteem In which he was held In
the community where ha had .lived for
It; years. All that lovinp hands and hearts
could do was done. Mr. Rosa was an
honored member of Vollmer Lodge.
Knignte or ytniaa -
His sister. Mrs. Margaret Bncklnsham.
fn,m Giffcrd. Idaho, accompanied his re
mains to Hlusboro, Oregon, where Inter
ment took Disc August 13 In the family
plot at Tualatin Plains Presbyterian
Church, the Rev. Carrlck, pastor, officiat
ing at the services. Idaho vies with Ore
gon In the beautiful flowers that cover
hi crave today.
Joseph Morison Ross Is the eldest son
of the Rev. George and Eliza Mortson
Rosa. He was born In New Byth, Scot
land, rn the year 1$59. and died, near
"Vollmer. Idaho. August S. 1913. Being
endowed with sterling quail ties, inherited
from his Scotch ancestry, he developed
many noble traits of character- which
gained blm many friends and made him a
general iavoriie among nis leuowa.
Spokesman-Review and Lew is ton, Ida-
no, papers pi ease copy.
LIN STROM The funeral services of Lilian
May Llnstrom will be held at St. Peter's
(. hurcn, u;ioert ave., Lrents. at 2 r. jl.
Saturday. Au 23. Friends invited. Inter
K. Stephan. accordion, side pleating, buttons
covered, goods sponged. 3SS Alder. M. 9373.
A&SAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing work. 1SS Morrison St.
Sarrent (H. K.) Swop. (F. E ), general
practlca, notaries-public, ftlg Ch. of Com.
References: Harunan a: Thompson, b'kers.
WM. J. ENGLISH, remoTedto B28 Lumber
men's bldg. Main S714. Marshall 4641.
O. P. GRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways, foot Aoernethy St.
NORTHWEST RI."Q CO. Russ from old
carpets, rag rugs: 153 TTnlon avc.
CEUilXOlP Bt'TTONS. BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
92 5th st. Phones Main 312 and A 1254,
William, Estells and Dewan Deveny, the
only scientific chiropodists In the' city.
Parlors, 302 aerlinger bldg.. S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices 429 FUedner bldg. Main 3473.
DR. M'MAHOX. 121 th St.. $10,000 modern
equipment. Terms: "iru prices
expert adjustment and hatha Main Wo.
Dr. Lehman, 317 Ablngton bldg., has no $10,-
vw equipment; iu a wwi; ggpen wm.
COAL AND WOOD.
(9 WILL buy you the Hiawatha coal at
.aieisen'a. Mine Agent.
ALBINA FUEL CO.,
for Summer orders.
NETH ic CO.. Worcester bldg. Maia 171)4.
No collection, no charge
Prof. "y,lter WtUson Dancing School.
Bummer dancing lessons, 25c; waits,
two-step. three-step and stage dancing
taught; morning, afternoon and evening;
guarantee to teach any one who walks
how to dance; failure impossible. 85 Vi
5th st. Phone Main 7637. Eight lady
and gentlemen Instructors.
HKATH'fi nsnclnc School. 100 2d St.. bet.
wash, and Star sts. ; lessons daily; waits
and two-stop guaranteed In four lessons;
class Friday etenlng. 8 to 10. at 10ft 2d.
DON'T be a wallflower: learn to dance prop
erly. Ringlers Academy. Class and pri
vate Instruction dally. Z3I H Morrison.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING SCHOOL
VALENTINE'S system ladles , tailoring.
dressmaking taught. Steen, 153 Grand ave.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist. Glasses fiLted. Dr.
. F. Caaseday. 413 Dekum bldg.. BdAWaih
BOTPFORD ADV. Co.. Board of Trade bldg
Mitchell, Lewis at Slaver Co.. Morrison 2d.
R. M. WADE st CO.. 322-26 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE A.ND IRON WRS.
Portland Wire ok Iron Wks, 2d and Columbia
AI-TO AND BI'CMiV TOPS.
DrBRflLLE BUG'JY TOP CO.. 20 2d St.
Mitchell. Lewis Staver Co.. E. Mor. A 2d.
Howard Automobile Co.. 14th and Davis.
AUTO LAMPS AND RADIATOR '
PORTIAND "AL'TO LAMP CO., 510 Alder st.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7lh snd Oak sta
BAGGAGE fliMKU) AT HOME.
BagRAge A Omnibus Transfer. Park A Davis
UAKEU CONFECTIONERS' erPPLlbS.
GKAV, M' LEAN A PERCY, 4th and Glisan.
RA RHF.R SI PPLlEei.
OREGON BAKBKK SUPPLY CO., 72 th St.
Lewls-Stenger Barber Supply Co.. lOth-Mor.
48 Fifth St.
BICYtXES, MOTORCYt'LEei MPPUto.
BALLOL' 4 WRIGHT, 7lu and Oak atresia.
POPE F. P. Keenan Co.. 1W 4th street.
BICYCLES sVND SUPPLIES.
DAYTON CYCLE CO.. 247 Ash street.
RIl.IJAKTt AND POCKET TABLES.
Bninswicke-HaTke-Collender Co.. 46 Fifth St.
B RE-AD BAKERY.
Royal Bakery a- conf.. Inc.. lltrtand Everett
BREW ERA AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD, fJth and Burnslde.
COFVMA.VS CANDY CO.. 43 t font street.
CA-St ARA BARK AND (.RAPE ROOT.
KAHN BHOK.. 11 FRONT PT.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
T. Crows & Co., 45 Fourth street.
TOFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSETT A DEVERS. 1-11 K. Front at.
nimr tvn f REAMER V SUPPLIES.
Monroe Crlssel. 126 Front, M. 640. R &429.
ERIC6EN By accidental drowning. sr
Oswego. August II. severin r.riceen. ageu
23 years 21 dsys, beloved brother of
Mlchsel snd Christ Erlcsen. Funeral serv
ices will bs conducted today (Thursdayl.
August II. at P. M.. from Pearson's
funeral .parlors. 169-371 Russell street.
Friends respectfully Invited to attend. De
ceased was a member of Grslnhsndlers Lo
cal No. 4. Interment Roso City Psrk, Cem
VIVIANO August 1, Domenlco 'vsno.
aged is years runerm "rl .
held at Dunning A McEntee's chapel to
day (Thursday). August 21. at 3 o clock.
Friends Invited. Interment Rose City 'Cem
etery. The deceased was a member of the
Druids. Italia Grove No. 4, and ths L O.
O. F. of Keota, Mo.
ROTZOLL August 18. at the residence, 209
North Twelfth street, varonue wia...
sged 5S yesrs. beloved wlfs of George
Rotioll. Funeral services will be held at
Dunning A McEntee's chapel today
(Thursday). August 1 1. at 10 o clock
Friends respectfully invited. Interment
MOSER In this city. Aug. 19. Margaret
Moser, aged 65 years Id days, beloved
wife of Gottfried Moser. The remains
are at the new parlors of the skewes Un
dertaking Company. Funeral today at 2
P. M. from the family residence In Staf
WALLa6e Ths funeral services of ths late
Ernest Russell Wallace will be held at
the conservatory chapel of F. 8. Dun
ning Inc.. East Side Funeral Directors.
;l4-Eas"C"Ald.r .-. at J P. M Friday
Aug. a 2. Friends Invited. Interment Mount
tnvr-r at Sherwood. Or,. Aug. 18. Exra
Rovce sged ti years. The funeral services
will be held today (Thursdsy). Aug. Jl.
st 1 o'clock P. M. st the new chapel ot
j p Flnley A Bon. Montgomery and 6th
ts. 'Friends Invited. Interment at Mount
Scott Park Cemetery.
JOHNSON Funeral of ths late Elisabeth
Johnson will take place from Dunning
A McEntee's chapel Friday. Aug. 23. at
II A. M. Interment Mount Scott Cemetery.
Friends respectfully Invited.
MR. EDWARD HOl.MAN, ths leading fu
neral director. tt Third street .corner Sai
uua. Lady aaslatanl.. A loll. Mala 407.
F. 6. DCNNING, INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, -414
Alder St. East 6i. B
DUNNING MENTEE, funeral directors.
-t ud i'tue. russ awn
tendant. Office ot CountyToner.
I.F.RCH. nndertaaer, cor. East . Alder and
Sixth. East 181. B lf. Lady
T .7 t7i r t-v DFHTARIVll COMPANY. $d
and Clay. Mala 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
' PORTLAND CREMATORIUM, M Glen
wood ave. take Sellwood car. Open ts (U-
ltors dally Irom
u i..u oui i tjL.Pottlssd Marble
ts4 4th. opposite City Haul. Main 364.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE NO. 20 rNIOJI AVENCK.
CORNER MARKET STREET,
rhoae Ernst 1438, B SS19
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.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount t Current Rates.
JOHN E. CE0NAN
03 Spaldlas: Bldg. Portland. Or.
Free factory sites, served by rail and
river, w est Oregon city.
MOODT INV. CO.
H. U Moody. Pre.
101 Chamber of Commerce. Mala 3T
WE buy, sell, rent and eachang new and
second-hand motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works, 213 ih.
MOTORS, generators bouru. soi
and renslred. e do al! kinds
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co. 31 First St.. North.
Phone Main yi'lu.
BOWERS & PARSONS, 100 Front, M. .44..
Furniture hospital, yaciung and snipping.
a, D. Moodie, 103 E. Water st. East 3s26.
Latest Improved machinery for handling
heavy bodies. Brick buildings a specialty.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY. 4-66 Sd atrset.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned.
Best $2 hat on earth for men.
BETTER landscape and general gardening.
SWISS FLORAL CO..
East 5370. C 1514.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
STROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es-
18 Front st.
KING SCHOOL for the deaf and hard-of-
h faring. 3i'S Central bldg
MATTRESSES made over and to order; re
uphoiaterins of all kinds. Marshall 26.7.
HASTY Messenger Co. Day and night
service. Phone Main 63. A 2163.
EMILi THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 325 Filedner bid. A 41tt0. Mar, ltii'tf.
Dr. Grover, specialist In paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 7ti3 Oregonian bldg. M.3142
)r. R. B. Nonhrup. 415-16-17 Dekum bldg.
Nervous and chronlo diseases.
Phone, office. M. 348; res. East or B 10SS.
Patents procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-law,
late of the V. 8 Patent Office.
Booklet free. 1010 Board of Trade bldg.
R. C WRIGHT. 22 years' practice, V. S.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
Portland 'WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sta Main 34 sO.
NICKEL, gold and silver plating. Portland
PUg. Mig. CO., aiain a ojsj.
FOR first-elass papering.
call Main 6426.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES.
Built to order, any size, 97.50 up. C. P. Bed
Co. 64 Union ave. South. Phone East 243.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
CLARKE-WOODWARD DRUG CO.. Alder
at West Park.
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
WESTERN Tool A Die Works. Sotl Pine St.
207 Ash st.
STUBBS ELKITKICAL CO., 6th A Ptne sts.
KI.SII, OYSTERS AND ICE.
HALARKEV A CO.. Inc.. H9 Front street.
CROWN MILLS;. Board of Trade Mdg.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall
BALFOUR-GUTHRIE A CO., Board of Trade
H. M. HOl'SER, Board of Trade bldg.
NORTHERN GRAIN A WHSE. Co. Br. Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO., Board of Trade.
ALLEN A LEWIS Est. 1S51). 4 N. Front.
WADHAM9 A CO.. OU-75 4th St.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO.. 63-5 Front
J. H. Klostermsn A Cu- leading hay dealers.
HIDES. FURS. FELTS. WOOL, TALLOW.
THE H. F. NORTON CO.. 63-65 N. Front St.
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS.. 1S1 Front sL
M'NEfF BROTHERS, 614 Worcester bldg.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East 3d and Burnslde sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
Complete Stock of
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHF BR0S.. $04 Pine St.
CHAS. L. MASTICK A CO.. 74 Front, lesther
of every description, taps, mig. ringings.
KOIIAKK AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO.. 149 Id.
Great Auction Sale
Co-Operative Supply House
ON SATURDAY NEXT, AT 10 A. M,
212 FRONT STREET
AS FOLLOWS t
1 4 a. p. "Sindon" stationary en-
Bl22"-GiLSOX" engines, 1V4. IK an 4H
""B.WSER" SINGLE BVGGT.
1 "MARSHALLT OWN " SINGLE
DRIVING WAGON. KIBBER TIRES.
1 14-ln. GANG PLOW WITH 2 STUB
BLE AND SOD BOTTOMS.
25 SPRAY PUMPS, VARIOUS MAKES.
22 I N C U B A TORS, 73 TO 250 EGG
28 BROODERS AND BROODER
NO. 1 AND 3 KEW SUPERIOR"
NO. S "RACINE" DTJSTLESS SEPA
RATOR. BAOGER3 FOR "SEW SUPERIOR"
POWER WASHING MACHINE".
FEED GRINDERS. CHATHAM,
KELLY DUPLEX AND MONITOR.
I -EAGLE" CIDER MILL AND
CARLOAD OF "DISC HARROWS,
DEEP -WELL PUMPS. LIFT AND
"MILLER" BEAN HARVESTERS.
1 GOOD STRONG DRAG SAW,
EQUIPPED WITH 24 II. P. GASOLINE
1 LARGE BURGLAR AND FIRE
PROOF SAKE, measures 60 Inches niga,
20 laches wide and ltt Inches deep la
side. ' 2 L. C. SMITH BROS.' TYPEWRITERS.
LARGE PLATFORM SCALES.
WEIGHS TO 1200 LBS.
FIYE AUTOMOBILES, '
"STANDARD MAKES." FOUR AND
FIVE PASSENGER CARS.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Cash paid for furniture, stocks of
merchandise, etc. Main l2i, A 4241.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
Portland's Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Larce. Permanent. Modern. Both phones
CITY & FARM LOANS
' 1000 and up at lowest rates.
C. M. ZAD0W
414 Corbett Bids'. A 141SV Marshall S3.
Oar Own Money at Carreat Rates.
WESTERN BOND 4k MORTGAGE CO-
Commercial Clnn Bldjt- Portland. Or.
g MORTGAGE LOANS. S S
Amounts to Suit. Real Estate Security.
" Prompt Service.
GEO. H. THOMAS.
X8T Oak SL, Reesi 2, Alnsworth BI4a
SEWING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
New, s:i makes, factory pricea, second
hand. $2 up; machines rented and re
paired. Main 1431. 190 3d. "r Yamhill.
RCBBER STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
2S1 Wash. st. Phone Main 710 and A. 2.1".
THE IRWIN-KODSON COMPANY.
92 5th st. Phones Main '312. A
SHOWCASES, BANK st STORE FIXTURES.
THE LUTKE MFG. CO.. branch Orana nsp-
Iris Showcase Co., tun ana noyu x.
manager. " ,r
MARSHALL MFG. CO.. 4th and Couch; new
ind oiu window aisp.ay anu uumrt '
WESTERN FIX. A SHOWCASE CO.. lutn
and Davis, stiowcaaca to orcer anu iu
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van A Storage Co.. cor. lota
and Kearney sts.. Just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects .pi
anos and automobiles; contains separate
Ire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano room, trunk and rig vaults; track
age for carload shipments; vans or mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East In through cars.
Main 3ft40. all departments.
C. O. PICK Tranafer Storage Co.. offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate Iron rooms snd fireproof vsuits
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 cara to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 50fl. A
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 4.4 Glisan St..
cor. ISth. Telephone Main 6 or A 116a
General transfer and forwarding agents.
We own and operate two large class A
warehouses on terminal tracka Lowest
Insurance rates in the city.
PORTLAND TRANSFER 4 STORAGE CO .
Main 610 30 Washington A 1604.
Pianos and furniture moved, packed lor
shipment. Special rates made on good to
domestic snd foreign ports. Through car
service. Storage. Low Insurance.
OLSON-ROB . TRANSFER CO.. general
transferring and storage, safes pianos and
furniture moved and packed for shipment
Teams and auto vans for long-distance
moving. t7-se Front st. Main Mi, or A -ti
EXPERT TRUSS FITTING
Davis Drug uo.. oo anu mi.iim..
lo TO 55 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 request.
THE J K.' GILL COMPANY.
Third and Alder Sta.
Both phones. .Main S.WO. A 606.
WE are the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on ths Coast; Investigate:
all makes, all pricea The Typewriter
Exchange. 3.M H Washington St.
NEW. rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
Tates. P. P. C. Co.. 231 Stark. Main 140i.
Guthrie A Co.. Board of Trade.
F. B. MALLORY A CO.. 231 Pine St.
Loggers & Contrsctors' Mach. Co.. 71 6th st.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth St.
B. O. CASE A CO.. 6th and Oak.
BRADSHXW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sta
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER SIMINGTON. Calhoun Co.. 45 4th.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire A Iron Works. 2d A Columbia.
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASML'SSEN A CO.. Jobbers, paints, oils.
glass, sah snd dpors, cor. :d snd Taylor.
W. P. FULLER CO.. 12th and Davls!
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 136 First St.
PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES.
8ASS-HUETER PAINT CO.. 154-lSti Id St.
PIPE. P1PF, FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 64-c Front st.
M. U KLINE.
AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
6 4-s$ Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
W. BALTES A CO.. 1ST AND OAK STS.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDINQ A FARRELL. 140 Front at.
POULTRY, EGGS, CALVES. HOGS.
HENRY EVERDING. 46-47 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portlsnri Cordage (j 14tn and Xcrthrup,
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. Fool Ankeny St.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER A CO., 13th snd 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 Id St.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire A Iron Wka. 2d and Columbia
We are authorized to sell or ex
change this three-story modern brick
apartment-bouse, consisting of 24
apartments. ' Well located, close in,
corner, loO feet irom carline, and a
good revenue producer. Owner will
sell' or exchange equity for close-in
cacant property. Might consider well-
located illamette Valley farm.
Properties will inflated values will
not be considered.
Xo phone iaformation.
6 TO 7
H. E. M00NEY
Iain 210. Roans 421 Falllnsr Bids.
f.l LlfJEY Til Llli'll
on improved city or eountry prop
erty. Ask for Mrs. Ridings.
HACKEE, & TTTERKELSEy CO.
Main 7592. 20S Spalding Bldg.
Edward E. Goudey
Ob lHi-ine-M mnA clos-la resldenc properttoB.
FARM AND CITY
Commerce Safe Dep. & Mortgage Co.
9X Third St- Cham ot Cam, Bldg.
VL'RNITl'RiS and undertaglng buiineM In
crowins Columbia River town: rlrh, bacit
country, rapidly daveioplcs. AV 32W Or-gotxian.
Improved corner, yielding: grood In
come now: leased for five years: val
ues In district rapidly increasing.
Price 17000: terms.- AB 29S. Oregonian.
FREE FACTORY SITES
AT WEST OREGOX CITY
6000 feet frontaee on Willamette river.
good railway facilities. Let us show
MOODY INVESTMENT CO,
101 Chamber of Commerer. Mala ST.
$25,000 at G3
1 Inside Income Property,
SHInl.E A HAI.I
2K Ablna-toa BldK.
REAL, ESTATE DEALER,
Beck. William a, 15-S1 Falling bldg.
BRL BAKER. C. 817 Railway Ex. bldg.
Jennings Co Main 188. 208 Oregontan.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P.. 404-405-406
For Sale Lots.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS ON WEST SIDE.
Glenelyn Addition. restricted district.
Inside 3-mlle circle, commands an unob
tnicred vlfw of Tualatin Valley and Mt.
Hood: walks, surface graded streets snd
Hull Run water m and Included In price;
Fourth street I.lne runs In front of prop
erty, the electrification of which Is now
In progress Prices range from $350 up.
Select your lot and we will build to suit
you for a small casa payment uowu.
PROVIDENT TRVP'S COMPANY.
2nd Floor. Selling Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW PROPERTY
on West Side, overlooking the entire city
and mountains: 7 rooms, all modern: will
sell for $500 cash and eaay mo nt lily pay
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY.
2nd Floor. Selling Bldg.
North Portland, on 21st at., with trsck-
100xlOO comer. $12,500.
50x100 adjoining. $3000.
Fine for warehouse or any other pur
post; strictly confidential. AL 29U, Ore
fir.vino rnnvER. East 9th St.. close in. Hoi.
ladays Add., for seou; tnia is a-a prop
erty snd a bargain, but we need money
and must sell. Full information at 730
Chamber of Commerce.
IF you wan to aee the home aitas tor sa
Oa run 1 L A . U nmn i o, mn
BROOKE. Dealer In
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Manhail 4S27 or A 3S39.
TWO lots with I antra 2 -room bouae. nice.y
furnianei; atao, woooineu ma uun.
trea: ciieao for cash. Owner. W.
Jackacn. 2d ave. South. Lenta.
100-foot front corner on Cornell road
east view: bead of Overton; JTooo. phone
On caved street, near car. restricted
district, worth $1000; yours for 600,
Phone Main 8990.
!.-. nsH takes mv 590 eouity In 5-roora
nouse in iinwinuiuo u .( ,-
E. ."lM. near Hawthorne. Tabor 4Kt.
LOTS near car. I376-. $a monthly, (jwnar.
720 Chamber or commerce, aim
IRVINGTON LOTS OUR SPECIALTY.
NEUHAU6EN . Sl CO. MAIN 8078.
100x100, SOCK); or 5oxl(M. 20; terms casa.
AJ Xtfi, urefonisn.
$275 BUYS 50x100 In restricted district; all
casn required. a ,Lmjm.
FOR SALE at bargain, choice view lot on
West Side. Owner, fnone j-,aa.
A NEW .ot next Peninsula Prk. is for sale
XViCiHT DeaUllIUI lou. raju can ""'"t ""
for 800: 1 corner lot. xsesuiaanio. fiw.
terms. 34 worceater b.a.
For 8ale Business Property.
Other business requires owner to leave
Portland. Will turn his noiaings wmw
In of 34iOo lot close in on the East feidi
Hn ..rllr,. Imnrnvarl n'llh a. t WO-ltOiT
store bulldinj and fine grocery atock of
about $2o00; store doina; about 11SW
business monthly; will exchange for farm
or other Drooerty that he com a .ease
ALVORD 4 CO..
218 Board of Trade bids-
pop kat.f- Sniendid business Jot in Klara
ath Falls, best town in Southern Oregon:
cheap for cash. Thoa. G. Aitlcen, Uem
Ing, N. M.
ei 1 4uaTkT nt r.ovi(tO. atnres and acartments
nrnminssnt street, close in. West Side; well
rented. nQwncr. 824 Worcester bldg.
GOING out to the choice homestead or des
ert claims, free, 160 acres, near Vale, coun
aa- nf ii-Aihur county: will leav
about the 3d of next month. Information
riven free about this land. Call 6 P. M-
or Sundays. 548 Commercial st. W. H. u.
HOiiESTEAD to trade: achoolhouse on the
groand and spring ciose ny ; nouw w
srouna: suu or awu. uoiuuibh-h
w. n. u.
HOMESTEADS in "Western Oregon.
Lumber Exchange. 2d snd Stark.
For bale Houses.
NEW. STYLISH BUNGALOW.
7 rooms, most up-to-date in city, re
stricted district, beautiful music-room
with French doors. 7-ft. beveled plate glass
buffet, hardwood floors. 3 French mir
rors beautiful mantel, solid brasa hard
ware select grain finish, lot 50x100. JO-ft.
parking, block to car, IS minutes to city;
terms. Phone owner. Tabor 1H00.
WELL-BUILT house. 5 rooms, cellar, on
concrete walls. 4 lots, good land, chicken
house, etc.; price $lOo; call first 2-story
house on Middleton ave.. Northrop acrea
Take Capitol Hill car; also 2 lots on Capi
tol HI1L P. O. sddress, Samuel Terrill.
general delivery. Portland.
FOR SALE New bungalow. 5 rooms, sleep
ing porch. Faience tiie fireplace, hardwood
floors. 5-ft. tile walls snd tile floor In bath
and kitchen, tile shower, furnace; lot 64x
180: owner leaving city; good bargain.
Inquire 41 East &id, nesr Oak. or call
FOR SALE S-room, modern house, corner
lot 50x100; splendid neighborhood, flrst
clasa condition; roses and fruit; a good
buy, close In: any reasonable terms ac
cepted. Phone Tabor 180u. No agents.
Price $4r,00, will trade.
IF you want to see the homes tor sale on
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, see
BROOKE, Desler In
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
j- Marshall 48L'7 or A 883B.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS. FORCED SALE
To save foreclosure; 5 -room bungalow,
, beautiful view; $2750 for few days; fetched
tl5o two rears sgo.
Marshall Ml'. BHOOK-E. A 3S39.
a"BARGAIN if sold this week; nice 3-room
house, full lot. nesr Piedmont car barns,
cheap for cash or easy payments; if you
need s home, look st this snd see what
it Is worth to you. 8" W. Jessup st.
IRVINGTON Fine 10-room house, close in,
hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, tiled balh,
beautiful yard: $'.00O. easy terma Will
consider some trade. Main S82L iloti Stock
Exchange bids- -
113V) $2.". DOWN. $10 MONTH.
6 per cent; new. modern, 4 rooms; wired,
plastered; near school, car; big attic.
fmlth-Waroner Co.. 512 Stock Exchange.
FOR FAI.E Beautiful home, restricted dis
trict East Hide. 125 ft., lawn, roses, trees,
garage; $4500. It you mean business, cull
Wood'.ati n 2215.
Finest thing in Irvlnglon, cheap: don't
fail to ses it; elso 2-story realdenca East
2T3 W. H. Herdmsn.
WE have three beautiful new-, modern Cali
fornia bungalows; will sell st grest re
duction, on your own terms or rent or
change. Msln 4M9.
HOME for sale, 5 rooms, bath, sleeping
porch, with or without furniture; easy
terms- e4d E. oO'-h st. N. C 17J3.
NICE 6-room house, ail Improvements. 43
by 200, chicken-house, fruit trees, on easy
terms Address owner. 4t10 6Qth St. S. E.
WILL sell at a sacrifice.
Rose City Park, $5000.
Phone Wood la an
FOR SAL3 $2000: new, modern 5-roora
bungslow; close In. 24 Ivy St.
IRVINGTON HOUSES OUB SPECIALTY.
1 NEUHAfSEN st CO. Msln 07S.
ir.-.TT uil.K New.
nodern 5-roora house.
West Piedmont. Phone Sell. iL
1SS3 J-KM. ilOuEES CoKNER. Bl-iC
from car: nw ana cozy: full bameiit;
tst piumbinc; rooms are ait large ana
conveniently arranged. Has Uutcn kitcn
en, pane.ed dinins-roni : medicine cht,i.
wood lift and bunt-In eat: eotric drop
ahower fixtures, and beautifully tinted.
This is not only a house, but real huzne.
Amid beautiful neighbors and homes, no
ahajka. Circumstances requ.re an imme
diate reduction from f'JOiHJ to Slo. Bist
value ever. Se it. Term
OWNER, m(l EAST oliT NOK7H. '
Aloena car to o'.trt a:.d Sumner.
Then just a Mock east It s on tu comer.
HIGH-CLASS ONLY JSOOO NINS ROOMS.
Will sacrifice mucU below cost dwelling
in restricted, "paved district, with all im
provements in, steam neat, oak finish and
floors, two touets. enameled kitchen,
costly decoiatlona. large lawn, full cement
basement, walks and fence: liberal terms,
on insiailmsnt basis, to responsible par
ties Horn lnsta-iiinant Co.. 401 Jacswas
bids. Wain 122. .
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHT NOT TLl'.N A BCHDETN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL. KL'KNliU IMS
WONliV. BL"1L.1 APARTMENTS. Rtrl
DENCE OH ANYTHING. FLANS FKLrL
WE ABE RfccSPONSiBLE. WE iLNOkV
HOW. TALli TO Ol"K CLIENTS. StB
Ol'R WORK. WILL GIVE iSONDS.
L. R. BAILEY 4c CO.. COMKACTINCI
AI1CH1TEC1S. 324 ABLNGION Bl-DO.
LAL'RELHI RST Fine to-story modern
home, i lirepiacea. uardwood tluora. e.e
gant fixtures, cement basement, furnace,
modern plumblns; saa range, linoleum
and stair carpet Ibroun in; price So.M.
terms I1(XH csh. Ho montli'.y. no in
terest, taxes, insurance or street im
provements. 208 Stuck Eichause bids,
Gd and Yamhill.
NEW. tnodtm ti-room houe. lot 5uxli0. at
barrain. woodlawn llis
i-or I? air Acrr.se
$100. I N CAS H. $100.
And 113.00 monthly invested In ONE .
of our WEST SIDE SUBURBAN
HOME TRACTS will lnclease faster
and earn more money for fori In lha
next three years at tbe prices we are
selling; them now than ths same
amount Invested aaywaere you couid
p.acs it. .
Investigate this land; look It over;
see the graded roads, plank walks,
school buildings, stores snd lumber
yard; ask the people living in the
community about the phone service,
free de'.lvery of mail and merchan
dise and the quality of the soil, snd
you w'll be convinced that we mean
Just what we say.
Any sized trsct fronting on graded
road. 350 to $300 per acre; one
tenth of purchase price cash and.
small payments monthly.
The new electric cars will soon
take the pluce of steam on Fourth
Street running through thia tract
and will maUe the distance only ai
THE SHAW-FEAR COSIPAXT,
slain 35. 102 Fourth Street. A 3000.
SMALL tracts on Germantown Road.
rolled crushed rock ail tne way to
city, only 2 miles west of Willam
ette River and 5c car fare; 9 miles
northwest of Portland Court Houfce
and these in any sized tract from
one acre up at $lso per acre oil
payments; ses us at once.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPAXT.
Main 35. 102 Fourth Street- A 3500.
THE LAST FARM IN MVLTNOilAll
COUNTY Closer to tne counnouse iui
Rose City Park, where average price of
a city lot is ISOO. I sm offering 1.0
acres highly improved snd sll cleared.
miles from Courthouse, on West Side of
river for $iK0 per acre, including a new.
modem house, cost $6000; garage, bam
and other buildings; Improvements in
cluding 15-acre orchard, water system,
septic tank; a gentleman's country hums
an excellent buy for the shrewd in
Testor. Ideal for subdividing: quick ac
tion Is essential; easy terma. E. C Hears,
Sl yeon bldg.
ELCCTRIC LINE, eight blocks of sistien:
chicken snd fruit ranches nesr Portland:
new subdivision, near Oresham; 5 acres.
$40i). $5u0. $T"0: 6 acres. $500. $.00; 10
acrea. $730. S00. SluOO per tract: best
soli, free wood, spring water: acreage at
bcarpeose. Or.. $5 to $lv0 per acre.
FRANK M FARLAND REALTY CO..
3o9 Yeon Bldg.. Portland.
now has city water, beautiful home sites,
surrounded by nice hones and nice peo
ple; sold in sere trace or less. Sea."--A
Hlnes near atatioi Phone Mala -or
B S Cook Co., Corbett bldg.
TEN ACRES, $T30.
$75 cash, balance $10 per month; good
soil, prosperous neighbors. t mile to R. R.
station, school snd postoffice. C. W. DsvU
fc Co.. 60U Commercial bldg. -
IF YOU1 want a bargain for a country home,
i vT.v. T-t .c-res. 2 milee from Buner.
Wash --sood house and some young appis
. Richmond, fctev-
trees: 1L' ... - ... -
enson. s asn.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water, cioso to carline.
eaay terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 15S5. or Sellwood 4.C.
JSO. H. GIBSON. OWNER.
FOR SALE 1 acre near Stanley, on O. W.
p - good soli: price right, any terms. Must
selL Mala 3M3.
LOTS or scresge st Manhattan Beach for
sale or trade. ee F. J. Gattreil. 22i
ONE acre, very best of soil; go Jd trans
portation; $400, $S per month. AC 800.
BY OWNER 20 acres finest cranberry bos.
close to transportation. Washington; snap
If takenjjulckly. O 305, Oregonim.
2fe ACRES, good soil $875; very easy terms.
AB litrj. Oregonian.
For Sale Fanps.
If you would know ths truth about
of priie-wlnning products of the fertlls
Canadian plains Full personal informa
tion free maps and literature yours tor
lh 1 PTHORNTOX. Lsnd Agent.
271 Pine St.. Multnomah Hotel Bldg. -
s ACRES on P.
E. &. E. Electric Small
house, barn. etc. louns orcnaru. iins
(2000; easy terms
10 ACRES sdjolnlng above. New 7-roont
bungalow: 5 acres, in orchard; nice grove:
running stream; lli acres strawberries,
jtt acres potatoes, lots of other garden.
Cow, 2 pigs,- chickens; all for $2500; half
C"h' 604 SPALDING BLDG.
' An undivided half -Interest In 4Scr sc.
In V E Oregon; 3-room house, barn tor
12-14 head; being farmed; S miies from
R. R Tel., R. F. D.. in best district in
Pacific N. W. : an A-l gen. mdse. point.
If this appeals to you writs me-- Pries
$5500, way below value. ......
Some town, A-l, to trade tor store fix
tures, scales, etc. I. B. C. Fisher, owner,
Klickitst County, Washington; BIO seres.
2(10 in cultivation: well-built s-room two
story house, 2 large barns, blacksmith
shop and other outhouses; half mile to
railroad station, P. O. and stores; plenty
strtings snd running wster; price $20.oo0:
cash SsOuo, balance to be arranged.
O. C. H. ELLIS tc CO..
.109 Board of Trade.
FOR SALE iO acres, about 2o miles, on a
-direct line from Portland; 32 miles on an
automobile rosd; rural free delivery, tel
ephone line, all level lend, sbout 5 miles
from R. R. station, 10 miles from eiectrlc
line- easy to clear, close to good neigh
bor snd school: worth $0u per acre, can os
bought for sbout i Its vaiuo, on terma.
See the owner at 4 N. 6th SU
" ANY TERMS.
RIVER BOTTOM LAND.
30 acres. 23 under cultivation. few
stumps on balance, beautiful knoll for
bulluings, ner iiou..s. ...
R.reain price and your own terma 4
Rth St.. ntar '-'a"-
HOOD RIVER fruit and berry farm.
acres peaches, apples, pears; best shot
soil on Belmont Road. Good house, pine
grove water shares, view Mt. Hood and
ilt damr- H Ton want something nice
at vv prl.-e: $'0. cash snd terms. Call
V McFarland. ?."9 Yeon b.dj.. Fortlend
FOR SALE 24'0 acres, N. E- Oregeon land,
good Improvements, best place for hogs
and cattle In the West; will take some
Portland property: . might divide this
tract to suit. Apply AT 310. Oregonian-
FARM LANDS ALONG GRAND TRUNK
Pacific in Central British Columbia, lie
S hatko SV Gallup. 9-4 Cham, of Coai.
RANCH 9 acres, with buildings: IS miles
from Portland, near electric lire; bargain
for all cash. By owner. 18? Morrison st.
TRADE $10,000 in good securities and tal
ance cash up to $16.i.G0 for improved Wll-
2t'2 Wilcox blrg.
160 ACRES first-class wheat land for sa:s
or exrhsnRe; price $3iv0. Owner, L. 1.
Deffenbacher, Low Gap, Wash.
ment Muitnoman cemet""