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- TT1E MORNING OREGQXTAN. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914. -
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLK.
PROMPT tBBVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title Jfc Trust Co., 7 Cham, ol Com.
L. STF.PHA.V Hemstitched and ccalUipinz.
accord. side pleat, buttons covered, gooas
tpungeo . mail orders. 3&a Alder. J, vat.
ART UAnUiMi H'OB&S.
MAITRBSSEj made new out ol old Is our
speclaity Investigate. Marshall 2&7.
UILBEKT & HALL, xicceKon Wells tc Co..
tiu to 613 Couch blog., 1UW 4th. J4. 7150.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing works. Zfl sc.
PICKERING CO. buy gold. aiLer
platinum, Slu-11-13 Korthwest bids.
J. K. GRBENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collaterals, etc, consul
tation free; new offices. 707, "Us, 70 Sell
ing bldg. Mam 4'jyii. Open evenings.
Wit. M. LaoBCE.
Counsel lor-a t-law. nij Failing bid's.
NOKTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs Xrom old car-
Pets, rag ruga, lsa East Stli, Both phones.
CEL1.1LOI1) BUTTONS, BAJKiESl
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
03 Slii st. Phones Main 012, and A 1254.
William, Estelle and William Jr., Deveuey,
the only sderrtlflc chiropodists In tile city.
Parlors, 1102 Gerlinger bldg., 8. W. corner
id and Alder. Phone Main 1801.
DR. FLETCHER, aseptic cMropldlst and
foot specialist, treats all Ills of the foot
without pain; 24 years' experience; lady
assistant. 30$ Allsky bldg. Main 8702.
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazel-wood. Main 3713, A 512V.
CHRIPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
HilL Offices Flledner bios. Main 3472.
BR. M'MAHON. 121 4th and 878 Williams
ave. Two offices; lady attendants; 18 ad
justments. $10. Main 205, East 6628.
. CLEAMNO AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
603 Stark, bet. Bth and 6th. Main B14.
COAL AN n WOOD.
KNIGHT coal has no equal; a clean, hard,
quick-firing, long-enduring Utah coal. Al
blna Fuel Co.. sole agents.
accounts, notes, judgments colected, "Adopt
fihort Methods." Short Adjustment Co..
28 N. W. Bank bldg. Main 874.
ACCOUNTS collected, claims adjusted, stan
dard Collection Agency. 217 Broadway
bids-. Main 6198.
KETH CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collections, no char-ge.
Mr. and Mrs. Heath's School, 109 2d St., bet.
Wash, and Stark, and Allsky bldg.. 8d and
Morrison sts. Lessons dally; waltz and
two-step guaranteed in 4 lessons; classes
Mon. and Fri. eves.. 8 to 10, and 109 2d st.
Mitchell. Lewis A Staver Co., Morrison and 2d
R. M. Wade & Co.. 822-36 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE & IROjTVOTtKS
Portland Wire & Iron Wka,. 2d At Columbia,
AUTO AM BI'GOy TOPS.
PTJBRT.'ILX,E BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 Id St.
Mitchell. Lewis & Stayer Co., Morrison and 2d
BAT.LOP A WRIGHT. 7th and Oak Sta.
AWNINGS. TENTS AND SAILS.
PACIFIC I.Tt AWN. CO.. 1-3 N. 1st St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOMK
Haggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park & Davis.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES & SUPPLIES.
BA.LLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak Sts.
BREAD BAKERY. "
Royal Bakery & Cont.. Inc. Ilth and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
1 HENRY WEI.VHARD, 13th and Eurnalde.
BODIES. WHEELS, SPRINGS.
10 North Fourth Street.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS.. 191 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LLME AND PLASTER.
r. T. CROWE CO.. 45 Fourth Street.
c?,01"'8' TEAS AND SPICES. "
CLOSSET & DEVERS. 1-11 jr. Front st.
' WRY GOODST
FLEI3CHNSR-MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash st.
PAVING GAGE GOES OVER
COUNCIL KAILS TO AGREE ON SPEC.
, IFICATT03TS FOR CONTRACTORS.
I. X. Day Declares Draft by Commis
sioner Dleck Restricts Competi
tion Worse Thai Ever.
.So complex has become the problem
of arranging- proper specifications governing-
the laying of pavement in Port
land that the City Council was unable
yesterday at its regular meeting to
dispose of the matter, although request
for final action was urged because a
number of important paving- contracts
are being held up pending the adoption
of the uew specifications.
The Council, after hearing the argu
ments of contractors for more than two
hours continued the subject until next
Thursday. In h meantime a number
of tests' and experiments will be made
by paving contractors and experts in
the city engineering department.
It was declared by I. N. Day, a local
contractor, that the specifications as
prepared by Commissioner Eieck, now
before the Council, are not proper. He
says they have been drawn adroitly in
some respects, and, instead of opening
the way to more extensive competitive
bidding, will have just the opposite ef
fect. "I do not wish to intimate that Mr.
Dieck has allowed, these adroit provi
sions to get into the specifications."
said Mr. Day. "I believe he is Innocent.
But 1 believe that his advisers are re
sponsible for the things which do not
look right to us."
The most important proposal is the
recommendation of City Attorney
LaRoche that the city require the hold
ers of paving patents to file agree
ments with the city to allow all com
panies to use the patents upon payment
of an established royalty to be the
same to all companies.
ENGINEER TO TALK BONDS
France Master Asks Mr. Ltnis to
SALEM. ' Or.. May 1. (Special.) C.
E. fc?pence, master of the State Grange,
w ho, with others, has been making an
investigation of state boards and .-rim-
missions with a view of recommending
.vii9Miiunujiui, tooay invited State En
gineer Lewis to address the annual
convention at Monmouth. Mv is
Mr. Lewis will be asked to discuss
the constitutional amendment relative
to the issuance of state bonds for the
""""'os oi irrigation, drainage and
water power projects and for clearing
logged-off lands. He also has been
asked to speak on the same subject
at the Commonwealth Conference to be
held in Eugene, May 28.
120 QUARRYMEN STRIKE
Powder- House on Columbia, Xear
Vancon-rer, la TJnd?p Guard.
VANCOUVER, IVaah.. May 1 (Spe-
ciaL Demaxtdins- an fnir.,a. f
from S.50 to t a day, 120 of the 45(T
men employed at tne rock quarry, about
13 miles en the Polnmhi.
tbls point, refused to go to work today.
PROF. WaL Wilson, dancing school; waltz.
"onestep." twostep. schottische, hesitation
- waltz, stage dancing; lessons 20c; every
morning, afternoon, eve., guarantee to
leach anybody who walks how to dance.
Mii 5th t, bet. Stark and Oak. Main 76S7
R. A. W. KEEN E, Majestic Theater bldg.,
351 Washington st. Marshall 3-05.
MOTOI1S. generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do ail kinds of repair
ing and rewinding, all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co, 31 First st. North.
Phone Main 2lu.
WE BUY, seLL rent and exchange new and
second-hand motors, repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works, 213 tilh.
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist, glasses fitted. Dr.
g j?. -asseaay, ow ueaura bl., 3d c Wash.
IQUKDBV AND MACHINE WOBRS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE et MARK
HAM CO., 845 Washington st-
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
MACHINERY installed. See Geo. H. Ham
ilton. 474 'East Liberty st. Phone Wood
HASTY MESSENGER CO.. motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2163.
EMIL TlilELHORN, violin, teacher; pupil
Sevcik. 207 Flledner bldg. A 4160. Mar. 162.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In- paralysis, ner
vous, chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
. A FIGHT on Llc-h r,ruA.
Why pay $ to $10 lor a
pair of it-lasses whn t -.,
quality lenses, gold filled frames, as low
as jtl-60? Goodman, l&l Morrison at., neai
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
OSTEOPATHIC PHY SICLVNS.
Dr. R. B. iNorthrup. 3uS Morgan bldg.. cor
Broadway and Washington sts. Office
phone Main 34a; residence East 108
PAJXTLN'G AND FAPKB IIANOCT"
A. OSBORN 60 Grand ave., E 3003; paint
ing, paper-hanging, interior decorating.
W e plant porch boxes, do landscape work
and have all kinds of bedding plants for
sale. Zimmerman Bros. Phone Main 9431.
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U
and foreign patent. 600 Debum bldg.'
T. J. GEISLER. Atty. at Law, 603 Henry.
' --ss jus. muu uraiumsn.
PAE? TS procured by J. K. Mock, late of
U. 3. Patent office. 1010 3. of T. bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
wi ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
Stubbs Electric Co., fith and Pine sta.
tTSIL, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY & CO., Inc.. 148 Front St.
Albers Bros. MilUujr Co.. Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOCSER, Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS & CO.. 69-71 4tl at.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS.
WHOLESALE. S03-4 PANAMA BLDG.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHATJSER HAT CO.. 63-65 Front St.
J. H. Klosterman & Co.. leading hay dealer..
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FL RS.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front mt.
IKON WORKS! "
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East end of Burnslde-st. bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSEa
Carry Complete Stock of
T "STEEL BEAMS. " ANGLES. ' -CHANNELS.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS.. L. MASTIC CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings
F. B. MALLORY & CO.. 231 Pine at.
Fearing trouble, the powder-house was
ordered guarded by P. A. Hawkins,
superintendent of the Columbia Con
Sheriff Cresap was comunlcated with
and sent a deputy, George Johnson,
and a constable, George Thompson, to
the scene, but no trouble resulted. The
trouble arose when a few men. thought
to be I. W. "W.'s. began agitating an
increase in wages of 50 cents a day.
Mr. Hawkins said that about 20 had
returned to work, and believes every
thing will be quiet in the morning.
Seven-Hoot Cougar Brings 35.
SBASIDE, Or., May 1. (Special.!
Paul West, who lives four miles above
Seaside on the banks of the Necanicum
River, brought in the pelt of a seven
foot cougar yesterday and took it to
Astoria to secure the county bounty of
I0. The animal was caught in a trap
after it had devoured several of West's
young cattle. The county and state
bounties and the reward offered by the
state game commission makes a total
of $35 which Mr. West will receive for
killing the animal.
CLASSIFIED AD. BATES
Dally h4 Sonctaj.
One time if
(Same auj two comparative clm. ........ .Z2
Kime ad three NDMcaavt time. 3M
bame ad fcix or eeven coatee a Live time. .Oec
The above rates vodI to ad vertlaemeet
under "New Today" and all otlier claeeUlca
Uum except the foUowimf:
Mluattona Wanted Male.
Mtuatlona Wanted Female.
For Kent. Kootn. Private Families,
Kootn aad Uoevrdv Private FiialUea
Kate on tne above "'i"l"-TiMia la 1
cents m line each tneertlen
When one advertleemcxit la not run tn eoa
aecutive Uauee tlie one-time rate appUea,
bis average word count a one Use 01
cash advertisement and no ad counted foe
lets than two tinea,
Ob "charsed' advertlsementa charfe" will
be baaed on tlie number of linna appeariaa
tn tbe paper. reardle or tne number of
word In eactt lino. Mmtmnrn coarae. two
Xbe Oreffonlan will acceot classified ad
vertisement over tbe tietbone. providing
the advertiser Is a aubscriber to either phone.
No prices will be ouuted over tbe pboae.
but bill will be rendered the followins; day.
Wbetlier subsequent advertisement will be
accepted over tbe pboae depend upon the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisement m. Situation Wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over tbe
telephone. Orders for one Insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for ISsUe," "Bom.
aess Opportunities." "rV-fifmln; Hnnsre" aad
'Wanted to Kent."
Tbe Ore on. an will not vaarantee acenraey
or assume responsibility for error aecarriaa
Ld telephoned sin riarmnnia.
The Oreonian will not be responsible for
more than one Incorrect Insertion of any
advertisement offered for snore tana eae
Advertisement to receive prompt classifi
cation must be in Tta OrceronJ.ua office be
lore 10 o'clock at ai;ht. except Saturday,
t lotting; hour tor The Sunday Oresronla. will
be 3 o'clock Saturday night. Tbe office will
be open until 10 o'clock P. at., a nauai, and
all ad received too late for proper classifi
cation will be run under swadlna Toe Late
UNCALLED - FOR ANSWERS
AStSWEHS ARE HELD AT THIS OmCE
FOR THE FOLLOWIXU ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAT BE HAD BY PRESENTING
YOl-R CHECKS AT THE OREOONIAJJ:
A (HX, 21, Ml, 934, Ml, 8S5.
B SH5, 923, 033. 9ii.
J ;.'!. 92. 933. 935. 941. 944. 948.
D 910, 1T, 921. 982, 934, 935, 9g. S40.
82S, 940. 941.
F-ll, 928. 930. 8SS. 934. 93S, 941, 944,
G -890. 919. 928, t2T. 9S4. 935. 9S8, 989,
B 802, Sia. 925, 928, 983, 933, 98T, 9S9.
409. 12, 924. 927. 934. 930, 942. 49. 989.
K 918, 625, 92S. 986. . -
Ij Sl, 925. 927. 930 938. 938, 937. 988, 939.
M 89. VIS. 8S2. 93i, P3S. "
1032 Chamber of Commerce, Portland. Or.
100 Victor bltig., Washiogton D. C.
PIANO REPAIR 8HOP.
IF your player or any kind piano or organ
is off order, ca.ll or write our expert.
Piano shop. 441- titark at. Main 4478; all
Pontland WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and Tork sta. Main 3429.
r0;y'T throw your old Dlumes
away; we axe experts In feather
dyeing, cleaning and remodel-
iAii'K. mounting birds of paradise
our Specialty. 1 THh- PJ-UM1S.'
2bS Morgan bldg. Main 40ub.
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash, st. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SEWING Machine Exchange, new and used
machines from $3 up; rents and repairing.
jo, i imniii, dcl ;q ana sa. juam a'iii.
SHOWCASE, BANK STORK PI X TURKS.
MARSHALL, MFGs CO., 10th and Flandera;
new and old window display and cabinet
FOR reasonable prices see Western Fixtures
A Showcase Co., 48 N. lOtu st.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van dt Storage Co., cor. lth
and Kearney sts.. just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults,
trackage for carload shipments, van for
moving ; reduced freight rates on house
hold goods to and from East In through
cars. Main 5640, all departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate Iron rooms and fireproof vaules
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 586, A 286.
WE have moved to our new fireproof stor
age warehouse, corner 15th and Hoyt
Heated piano rooms, private lock rooms
for furniture, household goods, trunks, etc
Teams and auto vans for moving for
warding and distributing agents. Olson
Roe Transfer Co. Main 547, A 2247.
Manning Warehouse & Transfer Co.
13th and Everett Sts. On terminal tracks.
General transfer and forwarding agents.
We operate the only exclusive merchan
dise warehouse In city. Main 708, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GUsan st.
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1168.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates In the city.
PACIFIC Coast Forwarding Company,. 207
Railway Exchange bldg.. cut rate freight
on household goods in through care to all
domestic and foreign points, automobiles
forwarded. For Information Tel. Mar. 247.
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office 186 Madison; general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage; transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 768L
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 8s Fifth st.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sta,
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 166 First St.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-8S Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES &. CO.. 1st and Oak stay
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
BVKRDIXO at FARRELL. 14Q Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrop.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. Foot of Ankeny.
V. P. FULLER & CO.. lath and Davla.
I 'ORTI.AXD Iron Works. 14th and Northrop.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
OLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
j JORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d st.-
VHOLESALE JEWELERS & OPTICIANS.
I 1UTIERE1ELD BROS-. MOHAWK BLDO.
; WIRE AND IRON WORKSl
1 Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d & Columbia
J 913, 921, 924, 926. 927, 931, 938, 934, 93T
O 41. 921. B2. 93, 943. 946. 952.
1 922. 927. 930. 931. 933. 938. 943.
K 906, 913. 91U. 920. 922, 923, 924, 925,
926, 980. 833. 942, 944.
S 594. 89S, 914. 924, 923. 032, 938. 93T. 9:!!).
T 919, 922, 924, 920, 930, 933, 030. 944. 947
V "03. 906, 908, 920. 924. 931. 932. 934.
W M)9. 922, 924, 025, 928, 932, 933 938.
X S99, !10, SU- 912, 922. 978
Y 889. 8UO. 900, 903. 904, 929
AB S21. SSI, 904. 916. S29. 930. 931. 938,
AC 801. 890, 934, 939, 945. 947, 851.
AO 139, 832, 8SO. S79, 8SO. 882, 888. 819.
901. 903. 905. 910. 912, 919. 982
AE 871, 888. 010. 917. 019. 920. 92T, 939
A 813. 870. SSI, 900, 904. 0, 907. 937.
940. 943. ' "
AG 79H. 813. 870. 876. 908. 910. 913. 815.
016, 917, 919. 920. 928, 9:lO.
AH 890. 897. 898. 902. 9o3. 90S, 90S. 918
920. 934, 946. 978.
AJ 606, SS3. S10. 916. 926, 986. 999.
AK 80S. 929, 935. 913, 987.
AL 920. 930, 936, 946. 947
AM 892. 921, 9S2, 929. 937, 938. 941. 942
AN 913, 933, 9:s, 937. 93
A2 J"1' 934- B33- "3. 3, 41.
AP 937, 948.
AR B08, 912. S26, 930, 941. 944. 947
AS 856. 8S0. 890, 891, 930
AT 906. 92r.. n'7 3ft (L11 oi Q9i ok
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OREGON" LODGE. NO. 101
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Saturday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock for ex
amination. Stated communlca-
C. degree, vis tor. -.....j . C'
order of h w i. '
LESLIE S. PARKER, Sec
WASHINGTON I.nnr.rc vn
46. A. F. AND A. M Special
communication this (Saturday)
afternoon and evening;, beginning
2: SO o'clock. East 8th and Burn
side TA M .
come. Order W. if.
J. H. RICHMOND. Sea.
A , "CMSOMAH COtrWClt, H. AND
TV S. M. Regular meeting this (Satur
yA5.S."y venl"s at 8 o'clock. Masonic
- , 1 . - ' o wora. visiung com
R. D. ROBINSON. Recorder.
, . , ... . . j. aw, . v y.
v. iaemDers era reauesterf to . , n . i. -
" - " oiuUor minnie Kcnultx. Sat
urday. May 2. at 2 P. M., from Uolman
undertaking parlors. 220 3d St.
OR A M. ALLAN, Clerk.
Tlm . XTXTTT AT . 1 .
- , " -' .j K oi tne l oiumnia
Hall W.iul un Un .. . . .
One director will be elected. All owners of
' - - nay at 1 f . aft
loo are entmea xo a vote -
H. J. FLKCKENSTEIN. Clerk.
....... k Mfxjnama (JTJ.. flortatst.
Waahlagton. Main lit, A list. Fiowsra
MARTIN FUBBS8 CO.. florists. 141
- , vi.iuB it . ioote, or isac-
ramenlo, Cal. Remains at Dunnlntr Mc-
Enteee's parlors. Notice of funeral later.
JiT.t. .tJ'f,5?1 mrnler of the ila-
chlnlsts Union. -
MALLORT -The funeral services of tbe lata
Rufua Mallor-y will be held today (Satur
57,. 8 o'clock P M.. at the resldnce
hmeP..of.J; pi Flnly Son- Mont
gomery at 5th. Friends invited. Services at
the Portland Crematorium private. Klndlv
CHILD In this erty. May 1, at his late res-"'i-601
Weldler st.cimton c. child,
aged 8, years. The remains win be loft
warded thu (Saturday) evening by J P
Finley Son. to Grlnnell. Iowa, where
services will b. held and Interment made.
B?LhAMrrA.PrlU 2SS, 8alt City.
Ltah, Jess. D. Boilam, aged SJ yaaral
?un,"r?:1 m'" will be teFd at Dunning
A McEntee's chapel Sunday, May Tat I
a,WMt - l5
H. J. tisrllug, age 6 years, nil at
the parlors of the Alvoid undertaaOssf per.
t Lents. Funeral will bt held today
, t,annChtrc.M.rn HJi"1 "
. ; RKAl. E8TATE. REA. ESTATK.
I I I .-... u -
HF"II HTH A MORRISON
"'m MAIN l AND A 112S
Mat Today, s:ij
, - IN THE DRAMA
"WITHIN THE LAW"
This afternoon Lower floor. $1.50, tl.00.
r'50?i.OoV7V55Uc50C- T"'Sh'- 2 0-
Wednesday. Krlday, Saturday.
BIG N. If WINTER GARDEN CO.
HONE. MOON EXPRESS
Stunning Chorus 20 Orchestra,
a. veilings: Lower Floor. 12. 81. so.
Bal 1.50. 1. 75c. 60c Wed.T Frl.. feat,
matinees: Lower Floor. 8L50. n Bal
cony. 81. 75c. 50c
SEATS NOW SELLING.
BOX OFFICE PHONE MAIL.
Main 2. A 5360.
Home of the Popular Baker Players. ' Mat.
today: last time innltrht rtavi -1
widely-dkscusned emotional play
"THE EASIEST WAY."
By Eugene Walter. First time in this city.
A powerful moral lesson. As played In New
York by Frances Starr. Regular Baker prices.
25c. 85c Mlc 7Rc. Hn. ....... i . . . -.
26c 50c; box seata 75c Wed. Mat., all seaU
Bt- wejit onxes. isext week, starting te
morrow Matinee, "The Remittance Msi.'-
Rosa Festival Tnni ,1 t ,.w- i n A
Contest votes given away with Baker tickets.
Main 6, A 1020,
Broadway at Taylor.
WEEK APRIL 26
The Water Queen Odiva.
' Klmberly and Moor.
Vi' iet MacMillan.
Moral In Brothers.
Theater Open From 1:00 to 11 P. M.
Any Matinee 8eatt 15c GOliS
"Mermaid and tbe Man"
' 14 Artists 10 Girls
"Tbe Punch." with Marietta Craig
Boo Mall Louis M. Granat
bnyder and Hlnea
Lucille Lore, Girl of Mystery, Film
WEEK APRIL 27 Barnolds IXj and
Monkey Actors. Tom Kelly. "The Jolly
Jollier," The DeAlbert. Jerome fc Carson,
prices. Boxes and first row balcony reserved.
a. o. sia.n Oao. wurtain --to.
Cor. Yaushn and Twenty-Fourth Sts.
APRIL 28, 29, 30. May 1, 2 AiD 3.
Game. Besrln Weekdays at 3iOO P. 31.
Sunday. 2iSO P. M.
. LADIES' DAY WEDNESDAY AMD
- FUNERAL NOTICES.
ZIEGLER In this city, April 30. at 12 East
8th, st., Edna Anna Zlegler, aged 19 years,
beloved wife of William (i. Zlngler and
sister of Mrs. ("loa Doyie. Miss Mary. Alta
and Ravella Horn, all of this city. The
funeral services will be held at the Lau-
relwood CongreiraLional Church at '1 P. M
today (Saturday). Friends Invited. Inter
ment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
DONOVAN In this city. May 1. William
Donovan, aged 7s years 1 month, husband
of Mrs. Catherine Donovan and father of
John, -William and Daniel, Nellie, Jose
phine (Mrs. D. J. Maher. Catharine and
Anna Donovan. Funeral service at 9 A. M.
Monday from St. Francis Church. Inter
ment Mt. Calvary Cemetery, please omit
UGHTNER In this city, April 30. Mary
Frances Llgbtner. aged E5 years, beloved
wife of w. L. Llghtner. Funeral services
will (be held today (Saturday) at 9
o'clock at St. Ignatius Church. 48d st.
and Powell Valley road. Interment will
be in ML Calvary Cemetery. Services at
the grave private. Friends invited.
SCHXJLZE At the family residence. 24114
Clay st.. April 29, Minnie Schulze, age 51
years, 4 months, 27 days, beloved wife of
Robert Schulze. Friends Invited to attend
funeral services, which will be held at
Uolman's funeral parlors at a P. M. today
(Saturday), May 2. Interment Lone Fir
T1TRr,BUr'L The 'uneral services of Lillian
M. TurnbuM. daughter of W. A. Turnbull
of 8m Sacramento street, will be held
Sunday. May 3, at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at
th. residence cstabhunment of J. P Fin
ley It. Son, Montgomery at 5th. Friends In
vited. Interment at Lone Fir Cemetery.
GKEGAX In this city, April 28. John Oee
gan aged 47 years. The funeral services
. will be held at the conservatory chapel of
F. s. Dunning. Inc.. Fast Side Funeral
Directors. 414 East Alder St., at 9:30 A. M.
Sunday, May 3. Frlenda Invited. Interment
Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
JOHNSON 'The funeral service of the late
Tldman Johnson will be held at Our Sa
- vior'a Scandinavian Church, East loth and
Grant sts., Sunday at 2 p. M. Friends in
vited. HANSEN Msy 1, Adolph Hansen, sged SI
years. Funeral services will he held at
Dunning & McEnteee'a chapel today (Sat
urday), at 2 o'clock. Frlenda Invited In
terment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery
nerat director, X20 Third street, corner 84-
mam. Lady assistant. A 1S11.
'11. Mala tn.
r. . DUNIfTNO, tXC
Fsst Bide Funeral Dlrecton, 414
Alder st. East at. B MM.
DUNNING 4k M'ENTEE. funsr.1 dlrent.is.
7th and Pine. Phone M.ln 4&o. Lsidy na
twadant. Office of County Coroner.
SEJtHES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Sd
and Clay. Main UW, A 82LLsdy nttaaaasil
MR. AND MRS. R. T. BIRNU
Est. 1H03. Williams Ave. Kast Ilia.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
Contalnlnsr S3S Acre.
Portland'. Only Modersi
Refined, Pleaalnsr Service,
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prior, and Terms Reasonable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND ATE, FX.
Between Davis sued Everett.
Phones- Feat 1424, B 2S13. Open Day
and Hlsrkt, '
Report all cases of cruelty to tht
orflca. Lethal chamber for small ani
mals. Horse ambulance for sick or
disabled animals at a moment's notice.
BARNHABT INVESTMENT CO
70S Caaeh Bias.
Designers and Builders of
ALgQ BTyTXPTH'Q LOANS,
Western Bond &
Out own mono,, at eurrent rata.
rK ABU CITl LOAMS,
Vnrts uum Beui of Trees 0
For sale by owner. 333V2
acres. 48 acres in orchard.
Will consider Portland city
property in part payment.
For particulars -address
'H acres, close In on Oregon City
carline, ineyard Station: all Improved;
6-room houso, with electric lights, bath,
toilet, washtubs and running; water
supplied by motor; fine barn and chick
en coops, alBo a garage. Choice loca
tion and surroundings. Price. ilO.OOO.
Only part cash.
W. will build ana
finance a bom. on your
lot or on any yon may
select. Pay tor it like
not W. guarantee
satisfaction. Call ana
see us. '
F. K. BOWMAX st CO..
Room 1. Commercial Club Bldg.
Main 8020. A 1261.
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
We loam our own funds and money Is
available within 24 bonra after receipt
of abstract. a and 7 per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
307-M Northwestern Banla H Idg.
6 TO 7
H. E. M0 ONE Y
Room 421 Kalllaa- J.':dg.
first Mortgage Loans
Money to Any Amount In Onr Poaaee.
ion for Immediate Use. or 7,
Aeeordlna; to S purity.
FIELDS : HOJliVMAS,
1218-1223 Ycob illdx. Malm 1002.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CR0 NAN
Q2 Spalding Bids:. Portland. Or.
CITY cS: FARM LOANS
IXUliKlVmiKRS LOAN AND
20 Cnamser ul Coaamereaw
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BECK. William G-, 316-3U Failing bldg.
BENEDICT BROS. (Burrell Heights). )
Hawthorne ave., cor. 31st. Tabor 61t
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P.. 404-406-405
Jennings & Co. Main 18S. 201 Oregonian.
For bale Lots.
FREE EXCURSION KiiKDIT.
Ijts. quarter acres, acreage; easy terms
Homesltes $300: tlo down. 5 month: .11
conveniences: free carfare for year; In
formation and excursion tickets 415 Sel
ling oiug., or ask lor Mccormick, owner.
vjnmT-n jiuiiic vn'ton n.iectric car.
CHOICE QUARTER BLOCK.
8. W. Cor. 12th and Hall sta
For new bungalow in restricted district
witn suwy casn. oaiance to suit purchaser
Owner. P 34, Orcgoctan.
IRV1NGTON Select southwest corner, street
grade. 24th and Stanton, best lot In this
select uisinci lor a nume. S14UO Cash,
balance terms. Inquire owner, room 5.
TWO lots 44x100, one uOxlOO. oa corner E.
13th and Leland; all for glOO; $600 down
and balance on easy terma T. E. Luster.
ouo oiara su
100x100 ON Ivon St.. between 3sth .n.i ih
Richmond, hard-surfac street; everything
in and paid for; 1 block from "WR" car
line. See R. W. Hodgkinson. 65 Broadway.
732 EQUITY In $1400 choice lot In Laurel-
uurbi very ciieap it taaen before May .4.
L 037. Oregonian.
100x100 CORNER, Piedmont district, 3 blocks
west of Union ave., only S14O0, fa its
value, oai viittmufr oi commerce.
Asl leavina city, will sai-ritir h.r .-.,.,
offer will take my equity In this fine
80x175 ON carline 23 minutes' ride; good
soil; S10 down, $3 per month. 614 Stock
exenange Diog. Main 0705.
MONET TO LOAN ON REIT. XTW
GEO. T. MOORE CO., 51 Ablngton bldg.
LOT In Flrland district, nr.0; worth 4tl0'
H monthly. Main 1106, 720 C. of C. bids.
For Sale lloueea.
MAGNIFICENT HOME AT $S500 LESS
THAN IT IS WORTH.
Modern English brick house, almost
new. built by' day labor by owner; 11
rooms and glaas-lncloscd sleeping porch -100x100
corner lot in very exclusive dis
trict, close-in: haa every feature of a
fine home; owner going away and will
lease it unless sold at once; price $18,500
$jOuO cash, balance your own time at C
per cent; WORTH $25,000. Phone Mr.
Watson, who will be glad to call on you.
but absolutely no information bv phone.
F. N. CLARK COMPANY.
Title 4fc Trust Bldg. A 7617. Main $418.
Best construction. 7 rooms. fuU cement
basement, furnace, laundry trays fire
place, imported wall decorations, hardwood
floor, elegant lighting pictures, plata
glass windows. Dutch kitchen, curtains,
shades, screens for all windows, beauti
ful lawn and shrubs, 1 block from Broad
way car. reduced from $5500. Owner leav
Inc city. No trsde. Owner. Woodlawn 2200.
DONT FAIL TO PHONB MB TODAY
IF YOU WANT A F1NB
MT. TABOR HOME)
6 rooms and sleeping porches. select
neighborhood, magnificent view, unexcelled
car service; furnttur. also for aala at a
great sacriflce. Main .8u&3.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME
On your lot or ours; by your own plana
or ours; pay ns like rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS
1830 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
Just finishing new modem 6-room
bungalow, a beautiful place for the mone,
go oea this. No. 360 East 43d St.. near
Harrison. Owner's address on bouse.
house. Irvington. very finely finished,
choicest mahogany, first-class, easy terma
East 27S. W. H. HerdmanT
SOUTH PORTLAND home for sale by own.
ec; good 6-room house on 28x100 lot
prlce $3500. 188 Olbbs st.
BEST bargain Rose City Park, by owner
new 6-room bungalow. Come and see. sOo
East 47th st. North.
$2200 A NEW modern 6-room bungalow
unincumbered, completely furnished $300
cash and $20 a month. Wood. 3220.
I-ROOM furnished house, 60x100 lot, free
Incumbrance, fruit trees, lawn, tlOOO
cash. Owner, 1860 Wilbur Bt.
SNAP By owner, modern 7-room house'
corner lot. 1 blocks south ef Sandr road
ntn s. pnone O I69L
BEST BARGAIN IN ROSF3 CITY PARIC
For sal at cost by owner, new T-room
bungalow, 61st and Bandy Tabor 441
Mvrtr sell n.w B-room mod.rn bune-alaw
lt5 terma. 887 Liberty t. Dekura avi
car te Ityb Woodlawn 388$.
HSW l-roem modern bungalow, a enan.
t:t E. nth N. Phone Woodlawn Itli.
I . , tor ,t rfage.
BIO HOME FOR LITTLE MONET.
Story and half house, suitable for very
large family; 3 big lota, plenty of garden
space, flu. view; only la minutes from
(.ourtbouse on 4tb-street electric line;
school, church and store handv; Just the
place for a mau with a large family who
Is wanting to cut down expense, aad own
hl own homo; pile. Xlsu; M down.
PROVIOKNT TRUST COMPACT.
ija-'il Sulmg Bldg.
... PAY ME 1300 DOWN.
. '5 month and I will sell you new
o -ruom double i-onjtructrd bungalow st
cost with hardwood floors, fireplace,
bookcases, veueer paneled dining-room:
swell buffet: Dutch kitchen; with all
kliKla of conveniences; linen cioset ia
pass ball, two good bedrooms; bath be
tween. Bathroom has best of plumbing;
cement floor lu basement, laundry trays;
also a good attic. Fine fixtures and win
dow shades: lot 37x100. ;t7 E. 40th
at Owner. 810 K. ath st. Phone Tabor
lol. Price tisoo,
JUST came out of the hospital, must sacri
fice my equity In beautiful 6-roora buu
galow. This Is restricted property; all
rooms large, llreplace, built-in bookcase
and window scat, paneled dining -room.
Oouble - constructed, basement, all plumb
ing and fixtures first class; equity worth
.7, ' wiu tak iOO. and U you desir.
win take one-year lease on property or
give immediate possession; balanc. on con
tract $23 p-r month; no agents. Phone
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHT NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARi RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW. TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. SEE
OLR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
. BA1LET CO., CONTRACTING
VERY STYLISH EASY TERMS.
BUNGALOW. ROSE CITY PARH.
T rooms, new, restricted district: verv
artlstlc; elegant plate glass buffet, oak
. floors, cove ceilings, fireplace, French
mirrors, music-room. French doors. 20
minutes to city, phone Tabor 1SK.K).
Beautiful 8-room modern home, fin
ished In mahogany, white enamel and
oak; newly finished; open for Inspection:
a, bargain at 6250; terma 633 East 13th
North, near Stanton. Owner. East 3S.
MONEY NO OBJECT.
On Mt. Scott carline, 4-room bungalow,
complete plumbing, bath, built-in buffet,
window seat, bookcases and closets, clear
of incumbrance; party is leaving city
CALLAN A KAVEK, 722 lean.
IRVIXGTON Splendid 10-room house,
strictly modern. 2 bathrooms, t fire
places, garage, grounds. 73x100; value
$11,500; m ordered to sell at aacrific
JJ.Tyrrell. Trustee. 03 Broadway.
BUILD ON YOUR LOT.
v e will build on your lot: terms like
n.sL-ciass gusranteea work.
IMBOE.NSIOCK & LARSON C
288 Oak St.
See Mr. Furlong.
-ROOM modern house, corner lot 30x100
street frraaed and cement sidewalk; 3
.. . ... tu - . u li close to Heed College.
Price, $2200, $300 down, balance monthly
at G per cent. J. J. Conboy, 4312 00th
ave., s. E. Take W-W car.
MUST sell my Laurelhurst home qulck
$000 for SSuOO home: .nv t .-.. .
sponsible party. Elmer Si. Shank. 30 Ity.
6-ROOM bungalow with Sleeping porch and
other things first-class, for $1300; $100
down and $10 a month 6 per cent Inter
rst. Phona Sellwood 43S.
BY owner, la Rose City Park, good 7-room
bungalow, strictly modern. Como and see
K. Llndquisl, iS E. iDth st. North
Phone Tabor 5167.
FuR KALE Easy terms, up-to-date 7-room
bung.iiow. Rose City Park: newly fur
nished, every convenience: hat bargain
in city. Call owner. Tabor 2333
$2250 6-room bungalow, corner lot. Im
provements all in and paid; terma 418
Hallway Exchange. Marshall 5928.
53x100. TWO 5-room modern houses; will
sll on easy terms; gaOO. 1S4. ls Meade
and Front and Water; walking distance.
MUST sell at once, new modern 6-room
house in fine location, far below actual
cost: $500 down. $25 month. Tabor 224.
$1300 PAYS entirely for 3-room house. Front
st., near Hamilton, West side; terms to
suit. U 933, Oregonian.
For Sale Business Irop-rty.
AN EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT.
$100.000 l-story Concrete Business Build
ing covering corner and Inside lot.
V ill accept $20,000 cash, balance good
unincumbered, unimproved West Side
property. Have client who will lease
above for 10 years at 8 per cent net
per annum or $8000. Principals apply
to It. H. Blossom, 31ti Chamber of
COOS BAY REALTY.
Choice tract in business part of city
adjoining steamship dock; very suitable
for platting or factory site; worth investi
gating. Box 042. Marshlield, Or.
FOR sale, a factory site, Kenton. See
owner. 22o East Broadway, cash or terms.
Suburban Home Property.
LOOK THIS UP.
CHEAP OREGON CITY LINE
CHEAPER THAN CITY LOTS
$450 to $00 per aero for full acre
tracts near car; In good district; can be
had at very easy terma
CALL A X & KASER, 722-Z4 Yeon bldg.
ONE acre, all clear, with nevi modern
nous, (partially furnished l. 3 rooms, batn
large, light attic and full basement, on
Oregon Electric, near Garden Home. 2
blocks to station, 30 minutes to city
Price $3500. $1200 cash, balance like rent.
Adjoining acre, clear. $loou; terma Phone
GIBSON HALF ACRES
Good roil, city water, close to -arllne
easy terras will build to suit purchaser
Pbone Marshall 1383 or Sellwood 476.
JOHN H. GIBSON. OWNER-
FURNISHED house and X acres In fine
cultivation at Metzger Station: I will sell
or rent same for $10 per month. Phone
aiarsnau gti. Dm uregonlan bldg.
10 ACRES, light clearing, creek across
this, two miles from station. 13-cent
commuters' fare to Portland, side
walk three-fourths of the way to
station, 23 homes lu view, one
fourth mile to school; and this at
$125 per acre on the Installment
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 33. 102 Fourth St. A 3300.
ACRES, all plowed and ready to
plant, very richest of soil, no rock
or gravel, fronting on sidewalk, one
jourtli mile from store and station :
20 homes in view, part or all of this
at $6o0 per acre on Installment
plan; discount for cash.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 35. 102 Fourth St. A 3300.
& ACRES. 2M1
$10 down and $3 per month buys 5
acres of good logged-oA land near Asto
ria, ls miles from small town, railroad
station and Columbia River; some of these
tracts have springs and running streams
on; good soil; no rock or gravei, and the
location is exceptionally nne; sonie few
tracts that have steep land on at less price.
There are but a few of theso tracts left.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
212 RAILWAY EXCHANGE.
( YEARS TIME.
Best river bottom land in 10-.cr. ii.m.
8 miles from Corvallla. on araveleA nA
U down, balance in 6 yeaxa Write fur
descriptive Dooklet free.
B. W. JOHNSON. Corvallla. Or.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of ststlon:
cii".u nun rancnes. near fortland-
new subdivision, near Gresham; 6 acres,
$400. $000. $7u0; 3 acres. $500. $700; 10
acrea $750. $900. $1000 per tract; beat soil
FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO,
30$ yeon Bidg.. Portland. Or.
SUBURBAN bomesite for sale by owner; 6
' - "i in. i ui i.n'i, on balem
Electric, will be sacrificed for quick sale
8250 per acre: rich soil, lies waii- nA
garden and truck land; would make tin.
suourrsu nome; aojoining acre tracta not
so well located bringing $50o per acre,
terma M 032. Oregonian.
BEFORE locating, b. sure snd visit the
Willamette Valley Information Bur.au at
-w " MiimiiuQ i tuecween oa ana 4th. )
A free scenlo trip throuxh th. v.iimv
Absolutely Bring th. ladles. 1 to
$10 A- MONTH
buys two or three-acre tract Just outside
city limit, oi wrenco, sauu an acre. $00
Oregontsn bldg. Main 1084.
FIRST-CLASS cranberry land for !.
reasonable prices; sold by owner; further
iniormaiiea -. n. xaaer. Long finsrh
1H BEAVER acres. Eiwood station. Base
Lin. road; $900 cash. Owner. 1350 Wli-
DO TOU want an equipped poultry ranch"?
e. dlscrlptlon of a "snap" under head of
"Farms for Sale.'
ACRES with 133 T-year-oM apple
trees, new o-room bungalow, full
cement basement, front and aid.
porches, cement walks, small bam.
good well, one-half mil. to new
FOURTH STREET ELECTRIC
LINE: BIG RED STEEL CARS; 14
cent commuters' fare; free delivery
of merchandise and R. F. D. of mall.
acres of 7-year-old apples adjoin
ing, of which part or all may bs
had at $ioo per acre: good city
residence free of Incumbrance will
b. taken on tbia. Sc. ua.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 33. 102 Fourth St. A 330O.
5 ACRES on Germantown read. -.
miles west of Whitwood Court; 3
cent faro on United Railway to
Whitwood Court: thia is down th.
river and oppoeita St. Johns, on the
west slope of the hills, good cord
wood timber on this: beat of soli
and may be had at $130 ,p.r acre.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main S3. 102 Fourth Su A S300.
SEVERAL homesteads of good value. 160
and 320 acr. some 4 miles to R. K.
Good soil, itda, water, timber, stores,
dally mall, ciose to neighbors. All fruit,
vegetables, grains thrive; opened for en
try May 1, 18-14; HO miles from Port
land, call at St. Charles Hotel, Tort-
land. Banta ft Shlvely.
PEOPLE desiring to locate homesteads In
th. Deschutes forest reserve, which will
be thrown open on May 9. 1914. can get
Information to their advantage at loa
Yeon bldg. Main ;o.
For Sale Fruit Lands.
FOR SALE One-third Interest In 100 acres
of land, four miles south of Odell station.-v
Hood River County. Or.; 25 acres bear
ing orchard, ten acres two-year-old tree,
all Spttzenberg and Yellow Newtowna;
place fully equipped with buildings, team
and farming Implements; plenty of run
ring water: price $7000; steady employ
ment at good salary by purchaser If de
sired. Inquire of onuer. O. L. Warden, Ml
- i n mis.
EQUIPPED POULTRY RANCH.
0'4-ACKE POULTRY RANCH NEAR
ELECTRIC RAILROAD STATION AT
COVE ORCHARD. IN WILLAMETTE
VALLEY: ON COUNTY ItOAD; NEW.
COSY BUNGALOW; LARCE LIVING
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: LARGE
FRONT PORCH OVERLOOKING BEAU
TIFUL VALLEY; BUILT-UP NEIGH
BORHOOD; BROODER-HOV.se 24x24 FT.
EQUIPPED WITH NEW COMMERCIAL
SIZE INCUBATORS AND tUlOODERS ;
POULTRY-HOUSE 3(1x12 FT. BORED
WELL (THIS ALONE COST $123) FL 11
NISHING PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OK
FINEST WATER; PLACE ALL NEWLY
FENCED AND CROSS-FENCED ; OAK
POSTS AND WOVEN W IRE.
HERE IS A RAR12 OPPORTUNITY FOR
THE MAN WHO DESIRES TO ENGAGE
IN PROFITABLE BUSINESS RAISING
5-iLERS A-NO KltlERS- FOR THE
PORTLAND MARKET. FOUR TR (INS
DAILY INTO PORTLAND. IDLE TIME
CAN BE PROFITABLY EMPLOYED AT
GOOD WAGES WORKING ON FARMS.
ORCHARDS AND HOP RANCHES IN
NEIGHBORHOOD; IN F1CT AIL THE
SlVV.Y. Jw6N. FIND PROFITABLE EM
PLOYMENT HERE AT HARVEST TIME
ON THIS PLACE ONE CAN HAVE
FINE GARDEN. KEEP COW. PIGS AND
RAISE POI.'LTRY BY THE THOUSAND.
NO HIGH COST OF LIVING HERE.
. -.W'1,1' SELL THIS RANCH. EQUIPPED
JUST AS IT IS FUU $l.-,iHJ LESS THIN
ACTUAL WORTH: $20w TAKES IT;
WILL GIVE TERMS OF $)U CASH
BALANCE LIKE RENT: NO TRADES
CONSIDERED: THE CASH TALKS
SoV --"1F THERE EVER
I AM GOING DOTVX TO COVE OR
. H ARD SUNDAY MORNING M Y .1
I-KAVJXO PORTLAND, 4TH-ST. ELEO
TRIO LINE. AT 8:40. BACK IN VORT
1 s A N D AT H P. M. YOIT WILL H AVK
THREE HOl'RS AT COVE ORCHARD TO
LOOK OVER THIS PLACE AND SAT
VtFY YOURSELF THAT THIS IS -V
GREAT BARGAIN. BE PREPARED TO
MAKE A DEPOSIT ON AC"Ol NT; THE
FIRST PERSON TO ITT UP A $mo DE
POSIT WILL GET THE PLACE AT THE
PRICE OEFERED. HERE'S" A CHANCE
NOTMltixK TRYM 100 T K,0 ANU
BETT BLDG. MAIN 617:;.
RETIRING from husiness, would soli sreat
er part of ranch and SOO head Hereford
cattUi. offer Includes distinctive stock,
ranc.i. acres, meadow, pasture, tim
ber. Canuins; laml. fre TsUise. $7.w0 per
acre; also J.-y acrea of home placa,
Broikslde ranch, exceptionally tine land
acquired as pick of Southeastern Oreaoa
40 years aKo. IXHi acres in cultivation,
sraiii. timothys, alfalfa, fenced, permanent
spring, running water, barn luxviO ieet.
outside range, beautiful homesltes- Swan
Lake Valley. 8 miles from Kiamath Falls
Rood road, good school, potitofrice- $'3
and $30 per acre; terms. s. B. Apple
Rate. Box SsiC. Kla math Falls. O r.
GET WHEAT LANDS In North Dakota, tha
greatest wheat -producing mute In the.
Union. I own 30-acre. well Improved
rarm In Red Rtver Valley; improved li
a.ijolnlus county seut town in Cannon Bail
alley; ltfu. improveu, live miles from
county seat; Itiu, improved. 2 v miles
from town. Am not a farmer; will sett
or trade any or all; every foot plow land;
want to come West; business opening or
improved dairy farm close in will inter
eat me. JDon't write unless vou mean busl.
letter fr 1 d0 Ee"crib jour fully first
Beach. North Dakota.
JLST WHAT YOU ARB LOOKING FOR.
53 acres, 2 4 miles ont; 2o acrea cul
tivated; close to school and R. F. D rood
buildings; plenty wood and water; U
soats pro with place; $6200; good terms.
loo acres, miles out; rood soil; 6,1
acrs bottom land. 13 acres prunes. 3
acra in grain. 6 acres hops; 7-room
house, good tarji, family orchard: school
-i mile. R. F. D. at gate; a good buy
at luu per acre, with terms.
K. r . MARTIN, Yamhill. Or.
FOR SALE or rade, a good wheat or hog
ranch of 1400 acres. luuO acrea under tha
plow ; all fenced ar.d cross-fenced ; about
CUO acres in grain this year; will sell
for small payment down and crop pay
ment or trade for Income property
East 72 or B 1.169. 4p Hawthorne ave.
FOB SALE BY OWNER,
A good dairy farm of 80 acres; gool
house and barn. 3 horses, ti cows, cream
separator, chickens, farm tools, farm well
watered. 4 4 miles from Oregon City; ia
from Portland; price 125 per acre, with
terms. C A. noecratis, Oregon City or
Route 1. Box SS.
ALFALFA RANCH. 'iS PER ACRE
In the Twin Falls district of Sunny "ids
ho, where tho sun shines io months In ti
year; SO acres; 40 acres in alfalfa- ail
fenced; neighbors nil around; no build
ings; $1000 cash, jour own time on baL
se photos at office. Fred W, German Co.
14 Cham, of Com.
NEWCOMERS! the easiest way to get posted
on farm land is to come to tbe free show
today at 2S Washington st. (between 3d
and 4th) and take the scenlo trip through
the valley. Intcrestinc. Instructive aad
absolutely free. Bring tha ladies. 1 to
4:30 and 7:30 to 9 P. M.
SO ACRES finest standing timber In Che
hali County, Wash. Will sell or ex
change) for Improved acreage, valuation
$7000. Jus. Janalik. South Bend. Was a.
SACRIFICE SO acres. aubstantfAl improve
ments, $6000; 40. necHary building.
1SOO; another. $S00; exchange conside.au
Owner. 10C0 Grand North.
RANCH 60 acres, with buildings, is milr-s
from Portlaud, near electric line; bargain
for all cash. By ow ner, 107 1st st.
158 ACRES, valley farm. S: mliTi from.
Portland. 50 per acre; $1500 caU. bai
anre easy. Call 4'0 Chamber of Com.
GOOD ItlO-acre rnh. cheap, easy term,
also farm to trade for mdse. or city
resilience. G. O. Qsborn. Gooding. Idaho.
40- A ORE hill farm, 2 miles W ilamlna. Ox.,
improved; l-.'rQ0. AV ioi, Jrepnlaa.
TO ECHAOE-REL ESTATE.
I HAVE eoulty in two I-aiirelhurst lot
with serond mortgage pri v. !. Will ex
change! for good first or second mort
gage. V 945. Oregonian.
7-ROOM modern hoe. $3oO: will take lot
as payment or trsde for farm. 2S1 E 78tii
st. K. ; "Mr" csr.
5-ROOM modern bungalow and six lots to
exchange for an improved farm. Coleman.
71t.T Ch. of Com.
WILL exchange income Irvington flats for
woll-selected vacant lota F. B. BowmiD
$4V0 EQUITY In J100 5-rooin bungalow for
auto or lot. balance, easy terms. AE &15
MODERN house In Irvington district, for
exchange. B. M Lombard. 11 Madison
bldg. Main fi92. A 2S92.
WANT cood lots for house equities. Cola
man. 72 r. Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED Residence, West Side, for Ne-
York City property. AN flG. Oregoman.
BEAUTIFUL 10 acres, on carline, for auto
moPlle or equity In home. Main C974.
EXCHANGE acreage close In for Por'laud
property; g Iva phone. V 90,1, Oregon i a n .
HOTTEE. Hawthorne district, for auto uiu
rt ; give- phone. AD ftOI. Oregonian. "
WANTED A good farm for New York Cltr
property. R 627, Oregonian.