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THE MOIiXING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, " JUNE 6, 1914.
If. 6TBPHAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
' ponged; mall orders. as3 Alder. M. B373.
MATT RE WORKS. -
p.NLT scientifically thorough renovating in
the city. Advise us. East 870.
AS3AYER3 AND ANALYSTS.
GILBERT A HALL, successors Wells it. Co..
609 to 613 Couch bldg 100 4th. M. 7150.
UOMTAMA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing works. 142ft 2d St.
i. R. GREENFIELD General praotloe. ab
stracts, contracts, collateral, etc; consul
tatlon free. New offices. 707, 70S, 708 Sell
ing bldg. Main 4UU3. Open evenings.
WM. M. LAFORCE,
Counsellor-at-law. 220 Falling Bids;.
NORTH WEST RUO CO. Hugs from old car.
pets, rag rugB. IMS East Stn. Both phones.
William, Estelle arid William, Jr., Deveney,
the only scientific chiropodists lathe city.
Parlors. 3u2 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. cor.
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1B01.
1R. FLETCHER, aseptic chiropodist and
foot specialist, treats all flls of the foot
without pain; 24 years' experience; lady
assistant. 806 Allaky bldg. Main 8762.
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazelwood. Main 3718, A 6129.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices, Flledner bldg. Main 847.
XR. M' MA HON. 121 4th and 376 Williams
ave. Lady attendants both offices; 18 ed
justments $10. Main 205. East 6628.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
kRJSS SUITS for rent; we press on. suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAIIORING CO.,
R09 Stark St.. bet. 5th and Uth. Main 514.
COAL ASP WOOD.
LmghT coal has no equal; a clean, hard,
Quick-firing, long-enduring Utah coal. AJ
blna Fuel Co., sole agents.
Accounts, notes Judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.,
826 N. W. Bank bldsc. Main D74.
KETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collections, no charge.
fHOF. WAL WILSON dancing school ; waits,
one-step, two-atep, schottische, hesitation
waltz, stage dancing; lessons. 25c; every
morning, afternoon, evening; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.'
KXU. Sth St.. bet. Stark and Oak. Main 7637
MR. and . Mrs. Heath's academy; dancing
taught in all Us branches; class Frl. eve.
8 to 10. 231ft Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 813.
It. M. Wade Co., 322-36 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE IRON WORKS
Portland Wire & Iron Wks, 2d and Columbia
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d St.
BALLOP &. WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND SAILS.
PACIFIC TEXT & AWN. CO.. 1-3 N. 1st St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES f SUPPLIES.
BALLOU A WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakers & Conf., Inc., 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEI N HARD. 13th and Burnslde.
PORTLAND CARRIAGE WKS.
BODIES. WHEELS, SPRINGS,
108 North Fourth Street.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 181 FRONT ST.
. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
T. T. CROWE CO., 45 Fourth Street.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET & DSVEHS, 1-11 N. Front at.
ri.EI8CH.NER, MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash at.
Stubbs Eiectrio Co., 6th and Pine sts.
LANE GIVES REASON
Senator Would Not Subsidize
CONDUCT IS DENOUNCED
Citizens of United States Who Are
(Engaged In Flooding Country
With Immigrants Criti
cised as TMsIoyaJ.
OREGON! AN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington. June A When Senator Lane,
of Oregon, announced his purpose to
vote against the repeal of the exemp
tion clause of the Panama Canal act
the Administration lost a vote on
which it has been counting from the
beginning of -the -tolls fight. At the
outset Senator Lane was reckoned
among the Senators who would "stand
by the President," but the Senator,
though Inclined to vote for repeal, de
clined to commit himself, and said he
would not make up his mind until he
had heard the question thoroughly dis
cussed in the Senate.
In the speech which he made setting
forth the reasons for his vote against
repeal Senator Lane discussed the sub
sidy feature of the question, among
"If it is contrary to the policy of
this country to pay subsidies to the
xhipping interests of itstwn citizens,"
said Senator Lane, "it seems to me that
it is obnoxious to grant what is prac
tically a subsidy to the citizens of other
nations, with whom they will be com
pelled to compete for business.
"It may not be out of place at this
time to call attention to the conten
tion made by some that $300,000,000 of
American money is invested in ships
which fly foreign flags and are en
gaged In carrying freight and passen
gers (mostly immigrants) to this coun
try. "These vessels, owned In part by
American citizens, whose tolls through
the canal will be paid by the foreign
nation whose flag they fly and under
whose laws they are registered, are
also said to be subsidized by those na
tions to keep on hand and readily
available a complement of guns and
ammunition, and are outfitted In every
way to act as auxiliary cruisers and
xcouts to destroy the shipping of this
nation in the event that war should
occur between the two nations.
Conduct Called Treachery.
"The conduct of such citizens is an
act of treachery to this country and
should be dealt with as such. Instead
of being favored at the expense of the
rest of the more honorable people of
this country. These same vessels
whose welfare has been so well guard
ed by the terms of the Hay-Pauncefote
treaty are busily engaged in flooding
this country with Immigrants from Eu
rope and thus are at work in harmony
with, if not In actual conjunction or
partnership with, those other large In
terests who use this cheap labor in
order to keep down Its price.
"By this conduct they establish a
condition whereby there ensues keen
competition In the labor market, and
by the continual repetition of this pro
oosa and the pitting of newer Importa
tions of laborers against those already
here, they not only dodge the law
which forbids them to Import it. but
Whltlng-Ireland Dancing Academy, Allaky
bldg.. 8d and Morrison; modern and stage
dancing taught dally. Phone Main 8018.
DR. A. W. KEENE, Majestic Theater bids.,
351ft Washington st. Marshall 3205.
DIES AND TOOLS.
DIES AND TOOLS.
Phone Marshall 1037, 1 ring; A 4173.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 517 Dekum bl.. 3d 4b Wash.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co.. 31 First St. North.
Phone Main 9210.
WE BUY, sell, rent and exchange new and
second-hand motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works, 213 6th.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS,
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE & MARK
HAM CO., 848 Washington at.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO.. motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2162.
SMIL THIELHORN, violin teacher; pupil
Sevclk. 207 Flledner bldg. A 4160, Mar. 1829
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 604 Oregonlan bldg.
.A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay $5 to $10 for a
J pair of a-lasses when I can
fit your eyes with first-
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
aa $1.50? Goodman, 191 Morrison aC, near
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Northrop, 808 Morgan bldg., cor.
Broadway and Washington sts. Office
phone Main 349; residence. East 1028.
1032 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
800 Victor Bldg.. Washington. X. C.
PATENTS procured by J. K. Mock, late of
U. S. Patent Office, 1010 B. of T. blag.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practioe U. S.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
T. J. GEISLER, Atty-at-Law, 003 Henry.
Wm. c. Schmltt, Eng. and Draftsman.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
FISH, OY8TERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY & CO., Inc. 149 Front St.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Siarshall.
H. M. HOL'SEH, Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS A CO., 9-76 4th St.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS,
WHOLESALE, 303-4 PANAMA BLDO.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY, 411 DEKUM BLDO.
1L4.TS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO., 53-56 Front St.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND FCRS.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front St.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East end of Burnslde bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON,
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS, ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
F. B. MA.LLORY & CO., 231 Pine at.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co. 83 Fifth st.
also make a profit by the transaction,
and in addition have brought about a
condition of unrest in the affairs of
this country that should cause all
right-thinking citizens to pause and
OFFICIAL'S REMOVAL ASKED
Saloonkeeper of New Pine Creek
Says Prosecutor Is Inefficient.
SALEM, Or. June 6. (Special)
Charging that O. C. Gibba, District At
torney, is not enforcing the laws regu
lating the sale of intoxicating liquor,
D. W. Thomas, a saloon owner of New
Pine Creek, has asked Governor West
to remove the official and appoint an
other man. Governor West has asked
the officials of the county and the
State Pharmacy Board to make an in
vestigation of the charge made by
Thomas that W. S. Dupont, a druggist
of New Pine Creek, has been selling
liquor without a license.
Thomas said that recently he had a
complaint issued for Dupont and that
he waived examination and pleaded
guilty, but that the case was dismissed.
Second Jury Disagrees.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 6. (Spe
cial.) The jury in the second trial of
Jack Smith, formerly policeman In this
city, tried for burglary In the second
degree, disagreed and today was dis
missed. People In China are adopting; the tale
phone, with extraordinary readiness.
Portland's Building Directory)
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
BAIN, JAMI9 R. Marshall 2444. ... ....tit
DUX1WAI. RALPH It Main 15S0. .tl-Il
VINCENT. S. D. & CO. Main 1054 sl(
EEASET. DORR E. A CO. Main 119. .SSI
Board of Trade Building
BEACH. SIMON NELSON. Main 5123. .70
Brokers. Stocks, Bonds mud Grata.
OVEKtSE.- .K sc COOKB CO
A 531. Main 342 .nt-lU
BARRETT BROS.. Main 8498 801
WAUJEK. FRANK 1. Main 8295 loia
Bonds. Stocks, Grain and Cotton.
WILSON. J. C. CO. A 4187. Mar. 8&5
Builders and Real Estate.
SUMMERS. W. J. Marshall Bloi... ..CS-SO
LUCrUS. W. W. Marshall 424 110-317
8AWYKR, HAROLD M.. Marshall 2881 . .00 a
KXL4 CI- Marshall 4111 Tig
BAH. JOHN, A 7442, Main 8021 ...S07
BAT CITT LANP CO., M. 111ft 701-703
. Wilcox Building
KOLLE. DR. D. W. M.4183. A 78. . 700-7 7
. Fablle Utility Specialist.
FOEHAT. WILBUR B. Mala B27S 1014
B. r. FALMKR-JONS CO. M, t 4V4
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office, near 24th. and York sts. Main 84SW.
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts in feather
dyeing, cleaning and remodel
. ing,- mounting birds of paradise
our specialty. itlti n,Luo,
268 Morgan bldg. Main 4009.
BIBBER STAMPS. SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. St. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SEWING machines, new, $20 up; used ma
chines $2 up; renting and repairing. Main
9481. Sewing Machine Emporium, 190 3d,
bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
6EWING Machine Exchange; new and used
machines from $3 up; rents and repairing.
251 Yamhill, bet.. 2d and 3d. Main 6231.
SHOWCASE, BANK &6TOKE JFIXTCRES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10th and Flanders
New and old window display and cabinet
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND "Van & Storage Co., cor. 15th
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, vans for
moving; reduced freight rates on house
hold goods to and from East In through
cars. Main 6640, 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 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 696, A 286.
OLSEN-ROB TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Offlca and warehouse. 16th and
Hoyt sts. Main 647, 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.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE .
Office, 186 Mldlson; general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage; transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7691.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
14. No profession offers equal oppor
tunity. Catalogue free. C. Keane, Presi
dent. 1818 Market St.. San Francisco.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. C. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade
Sales agents celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sts.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 168 First St.
W. P. FULLER" & CO., 13th and Davis.
PIPE, PIPE FITTTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. TSlLINE, 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND 'STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, S4-86 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
g. W. BALTE3 tt CO., lst and Oak sts
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDING A FARRELL. 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrop.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
SAWMILL MACHINE BY.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 1 4th and Northrop
CO., 68 Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 280 Id St.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS & OPTICIANS.
BUTTERFIELD BROS., MOHAWK BLDO.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and ColumCia
LEBANON CROWDS GROW
SHOWERS DO NOT DAMPEN ARDOR
OP UNSURPASSED THRONGS.
Antomofcile Parade and Exhibits of
Rosea Excel Standards Set by
Previous Festival Years.
LEBANON. Or., June S (Special.)
The closing day of the Lebanon
Strawberry Festival far outreached
the opening day in attendance, not
withstanding the threatening weath
er. The small showers did not
seem to Impair the enthusiasm
of the crowd. The automobile parade
was better than any before held. The
car decorated by the Newly Weds Club
as the best decorated 1n the exhibit was
followed closely by that put out by the
Everett. Kyle & Epperly Hardware
Company. The third best car was
shown by the Young Ladies' Colonial
Clubs, with the . toeman'a Lodge a
close competitor. The Ladies' Improve
ment Club also had three well and
attractively decorated automobiles in
the procession. There were many well
decorated individual cars in the line.
The prizes awarded for the exhibit
of the best commercially packed ber
ries were as follows: First, Floyd Um
erhoffer; second. Grant Thomas; third,
George Clem. The cash prizes for the
best display of standard roses were
given as follows: Testout. Mrs. C A.
CORN .rri.ir'S Mam 3!0. A 7o....ll
GRAHAM. 8ID.VSI J. Main 4SI. .1S1S-MI1
JOHNS. CHAS. A. Main bits UiW-UV
KIMBALL. HENRY M. Mar. 630 Mi
MALAltKtY, SEA-BROOK, at
DIBBLE. Main 1501. A S213. . .1300-lSOt
BIDDEU. B. H. Main 8833 422
ETOTT COLLIER, Marsnall 607S. .6OS-O10
KLNNSX. M. J. Marshall 5614 51
M'CRBDIS BILLIARDS Bsoonq Floor
CALL AN A KA8KR, Mala IMS
MTARLAND, FRANK, KgALTT CO...10K
11ETCALF. LTLB B. Marshall 2482 310
RAINBY. J. Q. Marshall 8177 ...1004
U. B. MORTGAGE 4s 1NV. CO.. 31a
WAGGGNEH, GEO. K ....SO
BLAUBON. A. B. Main 8444 1011
M'NATIGHTON. AUNiSa VA-RaONB.M.4466 804
COLUMBIAN OFT-L CO.. Mar. 81B. .OA tlM.
N ATT. FRANK. Main TM, A 2781... Oa fir
BOLT, B. BL. PIANO CO, M. IBM . T-
llth and Morrison
Mala 1. A 11JS
TONIGHT 8:15 SBIPJht
Special-price mats, today-tomorrow, 2:15
N. Y. Winter Garden Musical Play.
"PASSING SHOW OF 1913"
Eve., $2 to 60c; mats., 11.50 to 60a,
JOL r tKllrc jKui'jiTa bss.
JitM. Geo l. Baker. Mfr.
Mat. today; last time tonight. Alice Flem
ing and the Baker Players In
"THE WOMAN HE MARRIED.
A domestic drama of strong- Interest. Splen
did cast. Miss Fleming- In her most suc
cessful role. Beautiful stage settings.
Evenings, 2.c. 85c, 60o. 75c Box seats, L.
Sat. Mat, 2uc, 60c Box 75c Next week,
starting tomorrow Mat. "The lighting
Matinee Daily. Phones Mala and A 1020
Broadway at Taylor.
WEEK MAY 81
. Tameo Kajiyame
Romeo The threat
Homer D. Miles 4e Co.
Miss Wlliette Whltaker.
Branson and Baldwin
Annie Kent. Barrowe and Mile.
Three Shows Daily :S0. ItSO. 0:10.
EVERY- B nitlllK
Clem Bevlns A Co.
Oakland. Mr Bride and Milo.
Kammerer and Howlssd.
Broadway, at Alder.
WEEK JUNE 1. "The Candy 8hlp nith
Miss Ethel Davis and crew ot 20. The First
Law of Nature, Dotson 4k Oordon, Juggling
e Anno, Early 4c Lalght. Max Fisher, Fan-
ALL WEEK. v
"Mrs. IVlgg ot the Cabbage Fatc-h.
Two Performances Nightly 3:80 and
15o and 25c Matinee dally, X:lt exoept
Monday). Any seat 15c
Next' Week "Facing the Music, or The
Portland's .Great Amusement Park.
McKlroy's Band, under direction ot
W. BL McElroy.
Rich Mnnlcal Comedy Company In
"The Love Cure." Ten musical
Montana! Bill, the cowboy alnger.
Hawaiian Troubadours. Eight ' In
Performance at t and a.
Wet or shine In the open-air covered
ALL PERFORMANCES FREE,
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
JUNE 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Games begin weekdays at 3 P. L;
' Sundays, 2:30 P. &L
Ladies' Days Wednesday and Friday
Lewis; Druschkl, Mrs. II- E. Browne;
J. B. Clark. Mrs. C II. Ralston; Cream
Maman Cochet, Mrs. II. Beubw; Papa
Oontier, Mrs. J. A. Smith; Kalserelne,
Mrs. C. H. Ralston; pink La. France,
Mrs. H. E). Browne; best display of
group of four varieties, Mrs. Frank
The baseball grama between Stayton
and Lebanon waa won by Stayton, 7
BEAR FILMS .ARE MADE
Operators Propose- Further Work in
Vicinity of RoseTmrg.
KOSEBURG. Or.. June 5. (Special.)
Roy Klafkl and W J. McLean, motion
picture operators, returned here today
after several weeks In the isolated
Caps Illlhee district, where they de
veloped over 600 feet of film, princi
pally bear pictures.
Traps were set prior to coming out
of the timbered districts, and the oper
ators expect to return there in a few
weeks and do further work.
Throughout the world there are mailed
dally 1 10.000.000.000 letters and rards.
Daily iuuI Sunday.
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Same ad tUre consecutive time. ....... .SOe
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B 10. 23. 970. i
C 9. 11, 22, 86, 8S.
D 1. 17, 13. 2L 25, 845.
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F 19. 2L
G 8, 15, 19. 790.
H 2. 6, 8, 10, 11. 21. .11.
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K 8, 10. 19. 23. 129.
L 11. 15. 19. 23. 25.
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P i. 13, 15, 18. 21. 25. 42, 820, 824, 986.
R 2, 6, 12. 13. 979, 991.
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T 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 25. 982.
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BK 6, 14, 17, 23, 24. 84.
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within six days the sam will be destroyed.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Pinal end of the great C O. Pick Co.'a
storage sale at 2d and Pine. Furniture, etc
Also buggies, eto. For storage liens. 8ale
starts at 10 o'clock sharp. Geo. Baker A
A. AND A. S. RITE Thir
tieth semi-annual reunion, pro
gramme for today: 11 A. M.,
address to the class on sym
bolism and teachings of the de
grees, by Brother . G. Jones.
32d degree, all members In
vited: 12 noon. 82d degree class
photographed; 8 P. M., 82d degree. Address
by Rev. Frank L. Loveland, 82d degree.
By order PRESIDING OFFICER.
"WASHINGTON CHAPTER NO.
18, R. A. M. Called convocation
this Saturday evening. E. Eighth
and Burnslde streets, at 7:80
o'clock. R. A. rjegrea. Visitors
By order of H5. H. P.
ROY QUACKENBU3H. Bs.
BUTTH Tb funeral services of Luemma,
beloved wife of Edward E. Smith and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. t). Cole, of
572 Williams ave., win be held tomorrow
(Sunday), June 7. at 2 P. M., from R. T.
Byrnes, funeral parlors, Williams ave. and
Knott st. Interment Mt, Scott Park; Cem
etery. Friends invited.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Saturday) even,
ing at 7. o'clock. Masonic Temple.
Labor in the M. M.. degree. Vis
iting brethren alwavs welcome.
By order W. M.
FRED L. OLSON, Secretary.
OREGON LODGE. NO. 101, A.
F AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Saturday) evening at
8 o'clock. Work- In E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren cordially in
vited. By order of the W. M.
LESLIE S. PARKER, Secretary.
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL. R. AND
S. M., meets this evening, Masonlo
Temple, 8 o'clock. Degree work.
R. D. ROBINSON. Recorder.
FUNERAL. FLOWERS AT LOWEST
PRICES Beautiful wreaths, pillows and spe
cial designs at prices extremely low; casket
sprays as low as $1.E0. Lubliner. florists,
Morrison St.. Portland Hotel block.'
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists, 147
Washington. Main 2t. A 1261. Flowers for
all occasions artistically arranged.
Max M. Smith! Main 7316, A S12L
FITCH In this city, at the Portland Sani
tarium, June 5. George A. Fitch, age 6J
years. 9 months, IS days. He is survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Agnes Jury, of
Seattle. Wash., and Miss Ueorgle Fitch,
of this city. Deceased was a member of
the Benevolent Order of Elks, No. 142.
Remains ar. at the parlors of the Skewes
Undertaking Co. Funeral notice later.
WARD In this elty. June 6, at her late
residence, 47 Columbia St., Laney Ward,
aged 80 years, mother of -Mrs. A. N.
Churoh. of Providence, R. I.; Miss Nettle
Ward and J. F. Horn, ot this city, and C.
W. Horn, of La Center, Wash. The re
mains are at the residence establishment
of J. P. Finley & Son. Montgomery, at
5th. Notice of funeral hereafter.
RAMSDEN At St. Vincent's Hospital, June
4. William Ramsden. aged 71 years. Re
main at P. L. Leroh undertaking parlors.
East llth and Clay sts. Funeral notice
DIANTONINO At St Vincent's Hospital,
June 5. Plazzo P. Diantonlno, aged 27
years. Remains at P. L. Lerch's new un
dertaking parlors. B. llth and Clay sts.
Funeral announcement later.
BASTROM In this city, Jun. 6, O. H.
Bastrom, age 56 years, brother-in-law of
A. Turner, of 685 Club ave. Remains at
Pearson's undertaking parlors.
LAWTON In this city, June 5, at her late
residence, 419 Larrabee st., Julia A. Law
ton, aged 68 years, wife of Phillip Law
ton. The funeral services will be held
tomorrow (Suaday) June 7, at 1 o'clock
P M at the residence establishment of J.
P. Finley A Son, Montgomery, at oth.
Friends invited. Interment in G. A. R.
plot. Greenwood Cemetery.
DEGERMARK In this city, June 4, at the
residence. 1084 East Grant st.. Gyda L
Degermark, aged 64 years, beloved wife of
Carl F. Degermark. Friends Invited to at
tend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors at 1 P. M.
today (Saturday), June . Interment
SENN June 4, Margaret Eenn, aged II
years, beloved sister of Anton Senn. Fun
eral will take place from Dunning A Mc
ntee's chapel today (Saturday) at 8:4B
A. M. Services at St. Joseph's Church. 9
o'clock. Friends invited. Interment ML
ANDERSON The funeral services of the
late Mrs. Elmira Anderson will be held
at the Sellwood Methodist Church at 2 P.
M. today (Saturday). Friends Invited.
Interment Mllwoukle Cemetery. Remains
are at Holman's funeral parlors until 12:3U
SULLIVAN June 5, Augusta M. Sullivan,
aged 34 years, wife of W. L. Sullivan. Re
mains will be sent to Ban Francisco, Cal
ifornia, on the 8:15 P. M. Southern Pacific
train. June 6. by the A. K. Zeller Co.
Please omit flowers.
RAMSDEN The funeral services of the late
William Ramsden will be held at the
Portland Crematorium today (Saturday)
at 11 A. M. Friends invited. Remains at
P. L. Lerch undertaking parlors. East llth
and Clay sts.
STERLING June 1. William Sterling, aged
46 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah
Sterling. Funeral services will be held at
Dunning A McEntee'a chapel today (Sat
urday) at 1 o'clock. Friends invited. In
terment Rivervlew Cemetery.
DIANTONINO The funeral services of the
late Piasza Pietro Diantonlno will b. held
at St. Philip Merl's Church tomorrow
(Sunday), at 2:80 P. M. Friends Invited.
Remalna at P. L. Lerca undertaking par
lors. East llth and Clay sts.
ANDERSON Th. funeral services of Vic
toria Anderson will be held at Dunning
A McEnte.'s chapel today (Saturday! at
11 o'cloak. Friends Invited. Interment
SIMON Mrs. Anna Simon, widow of Sam
uel Simon and mother of Nathan Simon.
Funeral from Holman's undrlaktng par
lors, tomorrow (Sunday), morning, June
7, at IO o'clock. Please omit flowers.
MR. KmVARD HOLM AN. the leading fu
neral director, 220 Third street, corner sal
mon. Lady assistant. A loll. Mala a7.
F. B. DUNNING, INC.
Kaat Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder st. East 52, U 2626.
DUNNING M'KMEF. funeral directors,
7th and Kne. Phone Maia 430. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Croaer.
SKEWES UVDTE RTAKING COM PANT, 8d
and Clay. Mala 4162, A. t3LLady attendant
MR. AND MRS. B, T. BYRNES.
Bet. ltfUS. 656 Williams Ave. fcl Ills.
MOCKT SCOTT PARK.
Containing 835 Acres.
Portland's Only Modern
Refined Pleasing IServicev
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Terms Reasonable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
er GRAND AVE. IV.
Between Davla amd rSverett.
Ptoses Kat 1423. B 2S10. Opes Day
Rport all cases of cruelty to this
office. Lethal chamber for small ani
mals. Horse Ambulance for a.'r-Bc or
disabled anim&Ih at moment's notice.
Western Bond &
. Our Own Money at Current Ratea.
FAKM AND CITY LOANS,
BO FsarU St Board of Trade Bids.
W. will build ana
finance a home oa your
lot or on any you may
select. Fit for It like
rent. W. guarantee
F. E. BOWMAN at CO,
Room 1, Commercial Club Hldg.
Main o:i. a 126L
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPEHTY.
We loan our own fund and money Is
available within 24 hours after receipt
of abstract. r Vi and 7 per et
ROBERTSON & EWING
"7-8 Northwestern Bank Bids.
First Mortgage Loans
Mosey to Any Amount Is Our Fosses
alos for Immediate I'se. or 7,
According; to Security-.
FIELDS A nONEl'MAX,
I218-122S Yeos Bids-. Usla 100X
OUSIMfTSS PWOPFRTVANOCLOSETIN residences
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CE.0NAN
spa Spalding Bldg. ' Portlasd. On
WARRENTON LOTS AT A BARGAIN
If you don't believe It, come In and see
L. K. MOOKE,
SIT Board of Trade. Portland, Or.
Loans on Real Estate
Contracts and Mortgagees Bought.
3i3 Chamber of Commerce.
CITY & FARM LOANS
Vmjekwrhkhs loan and
SO Chamber of Commeree.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BECK. William a.. 31&-S16 Falling bldg.
BENEDICT BROS. (Burrell Heights), f SO
Hawthorne ave.. cor. list. Tswtr
PALMER-JONES CO.. U. P.. 0t-06-40f
Jennings & Co. lialn 18S. Z0 Oregonlan.
KK VI, ESTATE.
WE are offering the best home 'value In
the City of Portland 75x100 homes! te; West
Bide; 20-mlnute car ride; be fare; lies
beautifully; excellent view; price 9350;
S10 down, (5 per month, if you are look
ing for a home and Investment combined
this is the best to be had in the city.
Our auto at your service. 3d. ku. Los. 2
COTlTi. on Prescotr St., opposite Ala
meda ark ; hard-surface street In and
paid for, cement sidewalk, curbing anil
grading in and paid for; all included In
above price; no incumbrance; worth
double; act Quickly. Owner, Ci. C. Golden
berg. Sellwood 73.
FOR SALE: Very desirable building lot at
a price that is right; near 23d and Ktl
llntrsworth. Inquire Wm. Mcintosh, care
L'mbdenstoclt Ac Larson Co., 2bt Oak st.
MY tlOOO equity In two lots cheap If taken
this week; restricted district; fine loca
tion: closo to carllne; ail Improvements
In. Call Dr. Lake. . 2504.
IRVINGTON select residence location; own
er will sacrifice to boua fid. purchaser.
AR a, Oregonlan.
SNAP Finest corner lot In Westmoreland;
tHK cash. C Oregonlan.
Face east, fine view ot half the city,
river and M'ts., on West Side, 5c fare
on three carllnes, in Corbett Terrace op
posite "The Oaks." These are Anderson
bungalows of five rooms, modern. Bull
Run water, etc. Just finishing. Prices,
$3000 and t3!0; 10 per cent down and
balance like rent. P. 11. Van Nice. 70S
Belling bldg.. or call East 617 evenings.
BARGAIN BY OVV.NEK.
4 Beautiful o-room modern bungalow,
sleeping porch snd garage, corner -d and
Alameda sts.. Rose City Park; lot 73xlu3;
all modern conveniences. This place
built for a home, very best msterlal and
construction throughout; will sell way be
low cost If taken at onco. Phone Main
Hi!52 or Tabor 3707.
C rooms, full basement, furnace, fire
place, lighting fixtures, beamed celllnRS,
large attic, Dutch kitchen, fine lawn. li'4i
Cleveland ave.; splendid location; will
take lot as part payment; price reduced
from H500. Owner. Woodlawn 220.
NEW BUNGALOW. ONLY $2050.
ROSE CITY PARK.
6 rooms, modern, fireplace. laundry
trays, electricity, gas, etc., lot SOxllii; ce
ment walks, one Muck to car; $JOO down,
balance, $23 month. Owner at hardware
siore, 1417 Sandy blvd., at 5-d st. Tabor
A BIG BARGAIN.
- Must sacrifice my 6-room modem bun
galow at SIS Multnomah st. in 10 days;
furnace, fireplace and sleeping porch;
built to Jive In, not to sell; $300 cash,
remainder on terms. Tel. C 1245.
HERB Is a real bargain. I am authorized
to -sell a ti-room concrete house, modern,
with furnace, loo feet north of Alberts
St.. on East loth, lot SoxlOt), tor $-':0u,
$HO0 cash, bal. time to suit. M. E. Thomp
son. 4d Henry bldg.
HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS. $ll6o7"
Neat'liltlo li-room cottui;e, waier, gas
and electric lights. In first-class district.
1V blocks to car; trees, flowers and
garden In. $50 cash. Fred W. German Co.,
' b!4 Cham, of Com.
BUILD ON YOUR LOT.
We will build on your lot; terme like
rent; f irst-ca-s guaranteed work.
UMBDENSTOCK & LARSON CO.
i!Srt Oak St.
' See Mr. Furlong.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOMH.
On your lot or ours; by your own plans
or ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
$2800 Five-room house snd lot and ad
Joining corner, one block from Hawthorne
car, on East 4ftth St.; $: down, balance
eay terms. Phone Tabor :ta-;o.
YOUR lot. trade It for my house In Laurel
hurst. Hawthorne, Brockton or beside
Kitstmoreland. Your lot. clear, as first
payment on any house at builder's price.
Elmer . Shank. 302 Ry. Exchange.
MODERN home, close In. corner lot, with
garage. 10O f.et to Hav.th.orm-; must pell
this week: little money will handle.
Owner. Tabor 4!S.
Double flat, new and modern; must
raise monty; willing to sacrifice; no rea
sonable offer refused. AC 22. Oregonlan.
100x100. 4-ROOM cottage, $1350; $500 down
and $10 per month.
C. J. ROdWELL, owner. $75 Pin. at.
OWNER must sell nice bungalow; fireplace,
hardwood floors, furnace, large attlo and
full cement basement; east front, 1
blocks north of Hawthorne. 14$ East 60th.
6-ROOM house and 2 lots 100x149 feet In
Oak Grove, one blocs: from carllne; price
20O0. Inquire H. G Starkweather, near
' RIaley Station. Phone Oak Grove Black 17.
NEW 5 -room bungalow. Rose City Park";
fireplace, Duth kitchen, built-in effects,
stationary tubs. $2o50, $2oO cash, eas
terms. Tabor 1351.
WILL sell a $4000 house, located in Rose
City Park, for $3S5o if bought within
SO days. Inquire at the Masonlo Hail.
208 H 3d st.
13x7S, e-ROOM house, upper Washington
District; bargain, by owner; terms; some
trade with first payment. Tabor 4J0&. 356
FOR SALE Below cost. new. artistic, part
ly furnished bungalow In lirvlngton; rent
ed for $37.5 ; must have at least $1500
eash, rest easy. East t$S.
FURNISHED O-room houseand bath; fine
district; no agents; price $2200; $looo
cash to handle. Call at 1012 Grand ave.
North for information.
FOR SALE by owner, cheap, a 5-room house
In Alblna. Call 756 Kerby st. Woodlawn
$200 DOWN buys 3-room house, only 20
minutes out: price $1000. balance to suit.
C 21, Oregonlan.
CHARMING homes, Irvlngton. oak and ma
hogany finish; worth seeing; very rea
sonable. East 278. W. H. Herdman.
15 ACRES or morewlth living water; Hud
son roadster first payment- Woodlawn 477.
KEW 4-room house, plumbing, el.ctrlo fix
tures, garden, fine lawn. Tabor 8369.
ATTRACTIVE 5-room bungalow, t E. 10th
sL. ; walking distance ; large yard.
r ' t -'
For Sale Houses.
881 KILLINGS WORTH AVJL
Cor. lot. 50x100, V block car.
$3000. for $2350.
Modern 5-room bungalow, new and
never occupied; well-built bom. on
prominent cor. in beautiful Irvlngton
Park (restricted dlsu), bouse sets
40 feet from property line, among
maple, fir and dogwood trees, mak
ing it a most ideal home site; ha.
ail modern necessary conveniences,
such as hardwood floor fireplace of
artistic pattern, magnificent buffet.
5-ft. wtoe with plate glass mirror
and leaded glass doors, medlcln.
chest, wood lift. Dutch kitchenette,
haliset, French plate glass mirror
doors, standard A-l plumbing and
high-grade electrical fixtures, full
basement with cement floor, trays,
walks and steps. Attractively tint
ed, painted and enameled in high
grade workmanship. Has large at
tic and beautiful front porch and
latticed rear porch. Exhausted
funds require Immediate sale. e
this snap early; $204 cash will
eSl Kllllngsworth Ave.
Alberta car to KlUingsworin ave.,
then t blk. west.
TERMS. $2250. $2260. TERMS.
lu9 EAST 23D ST. NORTH.
6UX100 EAST FRONT LOT.
DOUBLE CONSIRUCi'iil) THROUGH
OUT. HARDWOOD FLOORS. BEAMED CEU
FIREPLACE, SLEEPING PORCH.
FULL 7-FT. CONCRETE BASEMENT
"WITH CEMENT FLOOR.
Just completed, new and modern, 5-room
bungalow, in restricted district. 1 blocks
to carllne, wash ' trays, paneled dining
room, archway, built-in effecta. hall seat,
excellent plumbing, bedrooms and kitchen
In white enamel; fine neighborhood, closa
to schools, churches, stores, etc Owner
th.r. from 10 to 6 dally. Phone East 645.
108 EAST USD ST. NORTH.
Alberta car to 2Sd st.. then IV blocks
ONLY TWENTY DOLLARS
a month, including interest, buys one of
the best little homes In the city; in good
neighborhood, has reception hall, living
room, dining-room with buflt-m buffet:
large Dutch kitchen with lots of cup.
board space, bathroom in white enamel,
nice bedroom with large closet, front and
back porches; lawn all made, several fruit
trees, chicken-house and runs; street work
paid for; all for $20 a month. Call me
evenings. East 0778.
Would you enjoy a home close to th.
car, where you can sit on your own porch,
and enjoy the best view in the city? t
have such a place a brand new bunga
low on the West Side, o large rooms,
sleeping porch and every built-in con
venience; plate-glass windows. furnace,
extra large lot. hard-surface paid, 7 min
utes by car, $5000. Geo. G. Mair, owner,
825 Railway Exchange. Marshall 2574.
WILL TAKE $200 IN TRADE.
Balance easy terms, on this beautiful
S-room bungalow, crowning one of th.
most sightly location, in magnificent Lau
relliurst; built by owner for home and
finished in elaborate and artistic manner;
trees, shrubbery. Lowers, lawn and extra
boneone will draw thla at a snsp figure,
as am forced to leave. Phon. E. 1245. .No
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH TH bl
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE:
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW, TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. oEbl
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING
ARCHITECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
WE FURNISH TUB PLANS AND
BUILD HOUSES OR FLATS FOR THfcl
LOWEST POSSIBLE COST. WE BUY
BUILDING MATERIALS IN LARGE
QUANTITY AND CAN SAVE YOU MANY
DOLLARS. OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
BUTTER WORTH-STEP HEN SON CO.,
7UO-T COUCH BUDG.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good toil, city water, close to carline,
easy terms. Will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall lro or Sellwood 4td.
JOHN li. GIBSON. OWNER.
Suburban Borne Property.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
Do you want to live in the country T
Within two miles of city limits, on best
macadam road in the state; taxes les
than $5 last year; hourly car service. 40
minutes' ride; machine 20 minutes; place
consists of one acre, 85 fruit trees. 20
grape vines, all varieties of small fruit,
good garden all planted, flowers and
shrubs, nice lawn, good road and walks,
water all over place with pressure sys
tem, water to outside parties bringing iu
$10 a month at present, will bring in
more; S chicken-houses, 1 large tool and
w.;ll house 14x25, chickens and honey bee.
thrown in; place all fenced; price $25ou,
one-half cash, balance on good easy terms;
don't miss this opportunity if you want a.
nice place with no expenses such as you
have in the city. Write AP 23, Oregonlan.
$750 BUYS a very fine half acre; 20-mlnute
ride; 6o fare; ideal for a home where you
can raise all your own vegetables, fruit,
berries, chickens, etc., which Is the greater
part of your living; terms $10 down. $10 per
month. We are offering the best value lu
the city; It will pay you to Investigate
before buying. M. E. Lee, 623 Corbett bldg.
For Sale Acreage.
$25 TO $70 PER ACRE.
EAST MONTHLY OR YEARLY PAT
ome creek bottom land, some rolling
upland, some level bench land, anything
you want for fruit, berries, gardens, po
tatoes, dairy, hog or chicken ranches. All
deep, rich soil, no rocks, abundance fine
creeks and springs, easv clearing.
RAILROAD THROUGH LAND 2T
MILES FROM PORTLAND.
We are selling tnls land -in tracts of
4 to 50 acres, with small payment down,
balance easy monthly payments. As lit
tle as $30 will locate you on some of
We want to show you our tracts, and
can take you to see this property any da.
Ask for descriptive literature.
LUFDDEMANN. RULBY A CO..
13 Chamber ot Commerce.
u ACRES FOR $220.
$10 down and $5 per month buys 3
acres of good level. logged-ofC land be
tween Portland and Centralia, on th.
main line of 3 railroads. lh miles front
town of 1000 population, sawmills, shingl
mills and other Industries; 10 acres t
choose from; some of these tracts ar.
about half cleared; a fine trout creek runs
through the tract; some bottom land,
some upland, all Is good.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
212 RAILWAY EXCHANGE.
5 YEARS' TIME.
Best river bottom land in 10-acre tracts,
8 miles from Corvallis on graveled road.
down, balance In 5 years. Write tor
descriptive booklet free.
B. W. JOHNSON. Corvallis. Or.
ELECTRIC LINE, elcht blocks of siatloi. :
chicken and fruit ranches, nesr Portland;
new subaivision. near Greahain; A acrer,
$400. $ooi. $70l: 3 acres, $5o0. $700; l'
acres, $700, $900. tlOOO per trsct; beet
soli, free wood, spring water: acreage at
brappoofo, Or., $25 to $lui per acre.
FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO.
309 Yeon Bldg.. Portland. Or.
CO UN TRY HOME.
S acres, nearly all In crop, running wa
ter piped to house. 5-room house with,
fireplace, etc., barn and outbuildings. R.
R. across corner and close u station,
schools and stores; price $lteo. half cash.
Call ltS4fr R ussell il
BEFORE locating be sure and visit th. Wil
lamette Valley Information Bureau at 261
Washington st. (between 8d and 4tb.
A bso lu t eiy free. Brl n g the ladles.
$801 ONE acre under cultivation with
dwelling bouse. Eight miles south of
' Portland, near electric line: terms. Ray
mond & Co.. 301 Northwestern Bank bldg.
40 ACRES heavy merchantable timber clos.
to Columbia River, north of Portland; can
be homesteaded or timber claimed; $109
for my relinquishment. 03 Oregonlan bid.
For Sale Fruit Lands.
FRUIT AND POULTRY RANCH.
20 acres, nearly all In cultivation.
acres prunes, 5 acres loganberriea, bearing ;
excellent soli and water, gentle slope to
ali-year stream; A-l buildings, some new
family orchard and small fruit of all
kinds; near Newberg, on eleotrlo line.
Call or writ, for price and terma. Owner.
530 6elllng bldg.. Portland. Oregon.
FARM. 160 acres, 20 acres meadow, bouse,
barn, creek and spring water, 1 mile front
main road, close to cheese factory and
school, Nestucca Valley. Must hsve money.
- Price $10 per acre. Box 337. WUlamlna,
FORCED to sell on account of sickness; 20)
acres of beaverdam land, by owner; will
sell at a sacrifice If taken at once. Mr.
Phillips. R. F. D. No. 3. box 1B, Beaver
ton, Or., care F. Burgoyne.
loo ACRES bottom land for sale; 90 acres
rleared. two good barns and house; 2
miles from Chehalls, Wash. $ld,000 good
terms. M. L, Gilliam, Red 2. Chehalls.
FOR wheat ranches, sale or trade, writ. M.
Fltxinaurlce, Condon, Or.