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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1914)
mxTT7 FOTf "VTXCr OT?FOOTA', FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1914.
K. 6TEPHAN Hemstitching and seal loping1,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goodi
sponged; mail order. 883 Alder. M. 9373.
AMiAlUli AN1A. ALYbTS.
GILBERT di HALU successors Wells & Co.,
600 to 613 Coucn bids, low 4th. il. 7150.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE laboratory
and ore-teating works. 142 S 2d at.
i. H. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collateral, etc; consul
tation tree. Mew offices. TUT, 70s, 709 Sell
ing bldg. Main 4993. Open evenings.
WM. M. LAFURCE.
Counsel lor-ai-law. 229 Failing ' .Bids.
NOKTHIVKSI RUG CO. hue Irom old car.
pets, rag rugs, las East 8U1. Both phones.
(KIXILOIU UllIONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-UODSON COMPANY.
12 lii st. Phones Main 812 and A 1264.
IWllliaiu. Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors, 302- Gerlinger bldg., S. W. cor.
I'd and Alder, phone Main 1301.
JK. Fi.lTcHEH, aseptic chiropodist and
toot specialist, treats all ills ol the toot
without pain; 24 years' experience; lady
assistant. 306 AllsKy bldg. Main 8762.
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazelwood. Main 3713, A 5129. .
CHlHOrODi and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices. Fiiedner bldg. Main S472.
DR. M'MAHON. 121 4th and 376 Williams
' ave. Lady attendants both offices; 18 ad
justments $10. Main 206. Kast 2a.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
ijRESS SUITS lor rent; we press ona suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
809 Stark St.. bet. Sth and 6th. Main-514.
COAL AM) WOOD.
X.NIGHT coal has no equal; a clean, hard,
quick-Bring, long-enduring Utah coal. Al
bina Fuel Co., sole agents.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." short Adjustment Co.,
26 N. W. Bank bldg. Main 974.
KKTH CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1786.
No collections, no charge.
J'ROF. WAL WILSON dancing school; waltz.
one-Btep. two-step, schottische. hesitation
waltz, stage dancing; lessons. 25c; every
morning, afternoon, evening- guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
85 hi Sth St.. bet. Stark and Oak. Main 7637
MR. and Mrs. Heath's academy; dancing
taught In all Its branches;-, class FrL eve.
8 to 10. 281 V4 Morrison, cor. 2d- Mar. S13.
R. M. Wade AY Co.. 322-38 Haw thurne are.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE & IRON WORKS
Portland Wire a Iron Wks. 2d and Columbia
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d st
BAJLLOU WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND SAILS.
PACIFIC TENT & AWN. CO.. 1-3 N. 1st at
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park Ac Davla
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES & SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery afc Conf.. Inc.. 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHARP. 13th and Jjurneide.
. PORTLAND CARRIAGE WKS.
Q 1 BODIES. W HRrci.fi. 8PSIHRS
10 North Fourth Street.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE BOOT.
KAHN BROS.. 11 FRONT 8T.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE CO., 45 Fourth Street.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET Ae DEVERS. 1-11 N. Front St.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO.. SOT Ash at.
A C. SHELDON DEAD
Burlington's General Agent Is
Loved as "Dad."
ROAD'S TRADEMARK HIS
Death JrYillows Minor Operation and
lur-Iay Illness ait- St. Vincent's
Hospital Long Tjife of
Work Given System.
A-V..C. Sheldon, popularly. Known as
"Dad" Sheldon, and forVnany i ears the
general agent in Portland for the Bur
lington Railroad, died at St. Vincent's
Hospital yesterday after an illness of
four days, following' a minor opera
tion. He was 69 years of age.
Mr. Sheldon was known throughout
the country as the originator of the
railroad trade-mark. The familiar
black rectangle bearing the white
gothio letters, "Burlington Route,"
was his invention. That was 40 years
ago, when he was advertising agent
for the Burlington. Since then every
railroad in the country has adopted
a trade-mark. Experts agree that none
ever has improved on his original idea.
Lifetime Spent With Road.
Nearly all of Mr. Sheldon's active
railroad work was performed for the
Burlington system. He was born in
the Canadian province of Quebec, July
4, 1845, and, as a young man, came to
Chicago. He worked in various capaci
ties in the traffic and advertising de
partments until he advanced, to the
position of advertising agent. In that
capacity he visited Mexico and secured
much valuable publicity, which resulted
In increased travel of Mexican people
to the United States.
. At that time C. E. Perkins was pres
ident of the Burlington and on his
frequent travels he had become im
pressed with the uniformity of the
signs used by the Western Union Tele
graph Company. Whenever he wanted
to send a. message Mr. Perkins would
look for the familiar blue sign.
"It seems to me," said Mr. Perkins
to Mr. Sheldon one day, "that we ought
to have a sign or a trade-mark."
"Well, what kind of a sign do you
think it ought to Te?" asked Mr.
President Give First Idea.
"It ought to be appropriate for a
railroad," replied Mr. Perkins after a
few moments of thought, "characteristic
of the Burlington and suggestive of
progress. It ought to be something
that will appear well on a sheet of
engraved stationery as well as on a
"I had no idea what a thing of that
kind would look like," said Mr. Sheldon
afterwards, "but I went at it."
Meanwhile. Mr. Perkins offered a
prize of $500 and an annual pass for
the best advertising trademark.
At that time the Burlington was
using the words "Burlington Route" as
an advertising slogan, and in some
display work had used a picture of a
train emerging from a tunnel. Mr.
Sheldon eliminated the train and the
tunnel and retained the characteristic
words, arranging them in a rectangular
field with Gothic type.
Hundreds of advertising experts
submitted ideas and designs. In re
sponae to Mr. Perkins' offer, but the
Whltlng-Ireland Dancing Academy, Alisky
bldg.. Sd and Morrison; modern and stage
dancing taught dally. Phone Maim 801a.
DR. A. W. KEE.NE, Majestic Theater bldg..
351 Washington st. Marshall 8205.
DIES AMD TOOLS.
DIES AND TOOLS.
Phone Marshall 1037, 1 ring; A 4172.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseaay. 517 Dekum bl.. 3d & Wash.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, ranted
and repaired. We do all kinda of repair
ing and rewinding, ail work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co.. 31 First St. North.
Phone Main 9210.
WE BUY, sell, rent and exchange new and
secDnd-hand motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works. 213 6th.
rXlUXDBI 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 si MAKK
HAM CO.. 345 Washington st.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
ONLY scientifically thorough renovating In
the city. Advise us. East 8TO.
HASTY MESSENGER CO., motorcycles and
bicycles, phone Main 63, A 2152.
EMIL TH1ELHORN, violin teacher; pupil
Sevcik. 207 Fiiedner bldg. A 4160, Mar. 1621
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
.A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay $5 to 10 for a
Jpair of glasses when I can
fit vour eves with first.
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, su low
as xi.507 Goodman, 101 Morrison su. near
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Northrup. 308 Morgan bldg., cor.
Broadway and Washington sts. Office
phone Main 849; residence. East 1028.
PATENT ATTORNEYS. "
PATENTS procured by J. K. Mock, lata of
U. S. Patent Office. 634 N. W. Bank bldg.
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. b.
and foreign patents. 600 Dfekiim bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
Stubbs Electric Co.. sth and Pin ata.
HSU, OYSTERS AND ICK.
MALARKEY A CO., Inc. 149 Front St.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
W.ADHAMS CO., 6-Jo 4th at.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS,
WHOLESALE, 303-4 PANAMA BLDG.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO., 53-35 Front St.
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
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 sc CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. finding a
g. B. MALLORY CO.. 231 Pine at.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECK WEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co. 88 Fifth at.
suggestion of Mr. Sheldon was adopted.
It is used yet
Mr. Sheldon came to Portland about
30 years ago and opened the Burling
ton office here. He was appointed gen
eral agent, and although he frequently
had offers of higher positions, he de
clined, because of his preference for
Portland. He was a member of the
Commercial Club and had his home
there. A daughter, Margaret, is in
school in Paris and a sister. Mrs.
Homer Walreth, lives in Watertown,
500,000 PORTLAND IS SEEN
A. J. Rich, New York and San Fran
cisco Realty Operator, Here.
A. J. Rich, of the real estate firm
of A. J. Rich & Co., of San Francisco
and New Tork. who is also a director
of the San Francisco Chronicle, is vis
iting Portland and is staying at the
Benson. He is being entertained by
Fred A. Jacobs.
Mr. Rich said he was interested in
Portland property on behalf of a num
ber of clients and might have some
important information to announce in
a few days. He is making a business
inspection of the Coast cities. Mr.
Rich predicted a population of 600.000
for Portland in 10 years. He ia par
ticularly interested in the effect of the
Panama Canal on local conditions.
"You have the most attractive city
on the Coast," said Mr. Rich.
Liquor Order Soliciting Proliiblted'.
SPRINGFIELD. Or., june 11. (Spe
cial.) An ordinance declaring it a
nuisance to solicit orders for intoxi
cating liquors in Springfield, and pro-
vldlng a penalty of from 25 to $100
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
DTJN1WAT. RAXPU K. Main 1530. .B28-BS1
VINCENT. 8. D. & CO. Main 1654 816
KEASET, DORR B. & CO. Main 1189... 233
Board of Trade Building
BEACH, SIMON & NELSON. Main 6138.. T09
Brokers, Stocks, Bonds and Grain.
OVERBECK COOKS CO..
A 5331. Main 3042 210-218
BARRETT BROS. Main 6436 .....802
WALLER. FltAKK L. Main 8285 1015
Bonds, Stocks. Grain and Cotton.
WILSON. J. C & CO. A 4187. Mar 8838.
Builders and Real Estate.
SUMMERS, W. J. Marshall 8761 805-SOt
LUCrpS. W. W. Marshall 884 818-817
COLUMBIA OPT'L CO. Mar. 819. .Qd fir.
f Prescription Drnssista.
NAT7. FRANK. Main 721. A 2721... Od fir.
HOLT. E. H.. PIANO CO. M. 198B. . .207-8
' Spalding Building
KILE, 3. A. Marshall 4111 T18
BAIN. JOHN. A 7442. Main 6021 SOT
BAT CITY LAND CO. M. Ills 701-702
KOLLE. DR. D. W. M. 4148. A 7888. .709-707
Public Utility Specialist.
FOSHAT. WILBUR B. Main 6278..... .1014
K. P. fALMER-JONW CO. M. 1689 .....404
Portland's Building Directory
T. J. GE1SLER, Atty-at-Law, 503 Henry.
Wm. C Schmitt. Eng. and Draftsman.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office, near 24th and York sts. Main 3489.
DON'T throw your old plumes
dyeing, cleaning sad remodel
Ins. mountina birds of paradise
our specialty. "THE PLUME. '
258 Morgan bldg. Main 4009.
RUBBER STAMPS. HEALS. 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
9421. Sewing Machine Emporium. 180 Sd.
bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
SHOWCASE, BANK fc STORE FIXTURES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO.. 10th and Flanders
New and old window display and cabinet
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van St Storage Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts.. just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household affects,
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 0640, 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; speoLl rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domeatio and
foreign ports. Main 599, A 399.
OLSEN-ROE TRANSFER CO.
j)3ew fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
ratea Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse. 15th and
Hoyt sts. Main 647. A 2247.
Manning Warehouse at 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 703. A 2214.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, 186 Msdlson; general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage; transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7691.
a it VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sent.
X4. No profession offers equal oppor
tunity, tauuuiufl -dent.
1818 Market at.. San Francisco.
1.1 ME, CEMENT. PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
galea agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th ata.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron W ks., 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER. ,
PIONEER PAINT -CO., 166 First St.
W. P. FULLER tc CO.. 12th and Davla.
PIPE, PIPE FIITTIN'GS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front at.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front at. -
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES at CO.. 1st and Oak sta'
" PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG FARRELL, Ill Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup,
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER oe CO., 12th and Davla.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 Id at.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS & OPTICIANS.
- WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire 4 Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia
for the first offense and of $200 for sub
sequent offenses has been passed unan
imously by the Town Council. An
emergency was declared and the May
or signed the ordinance at once.
EXTENSION IS APPROVED
Cast Morrison-Street Opening is In
dorsed by Property Owners.
Proceedings for the opening and ex
tension of East Morrison street from
East Twentieth, to East Twenty-sixth,
along the right of way of the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company,
past Lone Fir Cemetery, received the
approval yesterday of a large delega
tion of property owners who are to be
assessed for the cost of the improve
Flans for the extension were started
some time ago and a - tentative esti
mate of cost and probable assessments
was prepared. It is reported that only
three small parcels of ground will have
to be purchased and the cost will be
only a lew hundred dollars. This will
give a direct opening along Morrison
street to the Sunnyside district. At
present traffic has to move over Bel
Kansas Day In Ashland.
ASHLAND, Or., June 11. (Special.)
Kansas day will be July 9." This will
bring it within the Chautauqua period.
The programme will include speeches
and papers, to be followed by a basket
picnic in Chautauqua Park. At this
first reunion of former residents of the
Sunflower State permanent officers are
to be elected. The membership is open
to Kansans now living In the Rogue
taS 3SS81K sa t,
GRAHAM. 6IDNBT J. Main 498 1819-1328
JOHNS. CHAS. A. Main 838 1306-1808
KIMBALL. HENRY M. Mar. 680 925
MALAR KEY, 6EABROOK
DIBBLE. Main 1501, A 6212. . .1500-1503
RIDDELL. H. H. Main 56S5 522
STOTT & COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .'608-610
KIN NET. M. J. Marshall 6614. 618
' Billiard Hall.
M'CREDIE BILLIARDS Second floor
CAtLAN KASER. Main 1683 723-724
METCALF. LYLE S. Marshall 2432 810
RAINET, J. O. Marshall 8177 1804
U. a MORTGAGE 4s INV. CO 612
WAGGONER, GEO. B SU0
SLAUSON. A. B. Main 9444 1011
Vr I S E S S S . r::-3
HP I I f-" THEATER
- "- V 11th and Morrison
Main 1 A 1122.
THIS ROSE FESTIVAL WEEK
AFTERNOON at 3 NIGHTS at 8:80
LymanH.Howe Motion Pictures
PiOa AFT 25c CHILDREN 15c
A X lt-C NIGHTS 25c. S.'ic and 5"c
lain Z. A 63a.
-ro. i. Baker, Mcr.
Matinee Today t:l& o'clock.
Curtain Tonight After Parade.
Special Roae Festival week ottering The
famous Saker Players In Blanche Bates'
"THE FIGHTING HOPE."
By arrangement with David Belasco. Final
veek or tne stock season Matinee every
day at z:16. 25c. EOc .Box. 75c. Evening
prices 26c, sac. SOc, 75c box $1. Next week
Tne marvelous motion picture. -Bamsaou"
Matlnee Dally. Phones Mala 6 and A 120
WEEK JUNE 1. -DATNTT
MARIE. LADDIE CLIFF.
LANCTON-LUCIER & CO.
M'MAHON, DIAMOND & CLEMENCE.
THE RICCI TRIO.
Summer prloea. Matinee. any seat. 25a.
ry ignis, zoo ana 00c.
Loges and boxea excepted.
S'HATiNEE DAILY 2.50
Broadway at Alder.
WEEK JUNE 8 "IKt'lh." Company of 23.
special scenery: The Five Gargonls. Yates
Sisters sc Fln.'ey, Clayton Hl Lennle, Cycling
Brunettes, Pantagescope. Boxes and First
row reserved. Main 463a, A 2234. Box office
open from 10 to 10.
Tare Chows Dally.
TOM NAWJf CO.
MA BY GRAY
Phone A 108.
All TMs Week, Newman-Foltz Dramatic Co.
In J as. J. Corbett s Great success
Facing the Music
Two Performances Nightly Matinees Dally
(except .Monday! Any beat 10c
Portland's Great Amniement Park.
Band Concerts,' Hawaiian a. Opera
Singers and Musical Comedy every
day at 2 :30 and 8. In open-air
covered amphitheater. Complete
changtf of programme.
Wet or Shine.
Mammoth Firework Display Satur
day at 9:00 p. M.
ALL, PERFORMANCES FREE.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
JUNE 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Games begin weekdays at 3 P. ULi
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
Ladies' Days Wednesday and Friday
Daily and Sunduj.
One time 12o
Same ad two consecutive times... 82c
Same ad three consecutive times ..SOc
Same ad mix or seven consecutive times.. 66c
The above rates apply to advertisement
nisriaaf "New Today" and all other classiflca
tions except the following :"
Situations Wanted Male.
Situations Wanted Female.
For Kent. Rooms. Private Families.
Booms and Board. -Private Families.
Rate on the aoove c!jumLU cations Is 7
cents a line each insertion.
When one advertisement Is not run In con
secutive issues tne one-time rate applies.
Six average words count as one line on
less tban two lines.
On "cUarg-e" advertisements charge will
be based on the number of lines appearing
In the paper, regardless of the number of
words in each line. Minimum charge, two
The Oregonian will accept dandified ad
vertisements over the telephone, providing
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone,
bat bill will be rendered the following dav.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness oi payment oi teiepnone aaver
tisements. Situations Wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for Sale." "Busi
ness Opportunities." Roomiiig-liouses" and
"Uantoii tn Rsn"
The Oregonian will not guarantee accuracy
sr assume responsibility for errors occurring
in telephoned advertisements.
The Oregonian will not bo responsible for
more than one Incorrect insertion of any
advertisement offered for more than one
to receive prompt classifi
cation must be In The Oregonian office be
fore 10 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
Closing hour for The Sunday Oregonian will
e S o'clock Saturday night. The office will
be open until 10 o'clock P. M. as usual, and
ail ads received too lata for proper classifi
cation will be run under heading "Too Late
COMRADES SUMMER POST,
NO. 12, O. A- R, attend the
funeral of our late comrade,
Frederick H. Rlx, Co. H. 61st
Regt., 111. Vol. Inf., from the F.
S, Dunning parlors. . 6th and
E. Alder streets, Saturday. June
13. at 10 o'clock A. M.
T. H. STEVENS. Com.
J. W. OGIL.BE E, AdjU
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. i53.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication Friday, S P. for
the purpose of conducting the
funeral ceremonies of our late
brother. Guy E. Kolman. Mem
bers please bring autos. By order W. M.
C. M. STEADMAX, Secretary.
PORTLAND AERIE. NO.
4, K. O. meets every Fri
day evening in their hall at
264 H Madison st., cor. of
Third. Visitors welcome. Our
excursion will be Sunday,
VIC CHAPMAN. Sec
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15. O.
E. S. Regular meeting this (Fri
day) evening in Masonic Temple, at
8 o'clock. Social. By order W. M.
JENNIE H. GALLOWAY, Sec
FUNERAL. FLOWERS AT LOWEST PRICES
Beautiful wreatha, pillowa and apeclal
ctoaigns at prices extremely low; caakat
sprays as low as si.&o. Luoiiner, florists,
i'ii Morrison St., Portland Hotel block.
MARTIN FORBES CO., florists. 87
Wasning-ton. Main 263. A 1269. Flowers for
all occasiona artistically arranged.
Max M. Smith. Main 7211, A 1121.
ti30. 7:80. :15.
WHERE Ij'' IJjjIJ jl
UOKS IJjMiilliiM Daily.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 lat. Furniture,
carpets, etc ale at 3 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 1 A. M..
furniture. 16-8 First st.
DALY At Forest Grove. Or., June 11, Mrs.
Prisellla M. Daly, mother of Mrs. J. S.
Pol h emus and Fred A. Daly. Remains
will arrive in Portland this morning; and
will be taken to the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. J. 8. Pol hem us, 695 East
Couch street. Announcement of funeral
SHELDON In this city, June 11, Albert C.
Sheldon, aged 69 years. The remains are
at the residence establishment of J. P.
Flnley & Son, Montgomery, at 5th. Notloe
of funeral hereafter.
ROETH In this city, June 11. at her late
residence, 660 Leland avenue, Woodlawn,
Cora S. Roeth.. Funeral notice later.
FUN EKAL K OT ICES.
R1X At Troutdale, Or., June 10. Fredericte
H. Rlx, aged 72 years, beloved husband of
Mrs. Alice L. Rlx. The deceased was a
member of Sumner Post, O. A- R. The
funeral services will be held at the con
servatory chapel of V. S. Dunning, inc.,
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East Al
der street, at 10 A. M. tomorrow .Satur
day), June 13. Friends Invited. Inter
ment Mt Scott Park Cemetery.
HARRIS Mrs. Rose Harris, beloved wlf of
C. L. Harris, died. at her home at 69 West
Jessup st., Thursday, June 11. Sister of
Martin. Charles, A lb in, Henry K. and L.
D. and Mable Nelson. Funeral services
Sunday, June 14, at 1 P. M. Chambers
Undertaking parlors, cor. Klllingsworth
ave. and .Kerby st. Interment Uralnard
Cemetery, Friends invited.
ENDICOTT June 10, Joseph N. Endicott,
aged 43 years, beloved husband of Mrs.
Georgia L- and father of Ruth, Cecil, Den
til, Jack and Dorothy Endicott. Funeral
services will be held at the Union Church,
near Cedar Mills, Saturday, June la. at
1 :30 P. M. Friends Invited. Interment
Union Cemetery. Remains at Dunning &
HOLM AN At the residence of Tils parents,
440 Sixteenth street, Portland Heights.
June 10, Guy Edward Holm an. aged 87
years beloved husband of Grace Hoi man.
Funeral from the chapel. Third and Sal-
" mon streets, at 2:30 P. M. today (Friday)
June 13. Friends invited to attend. In
terment Riverview Cemetery.
HEDRICK In this city, June 11, at her
lain residence, 186 Brooklyn st Anna A.
Hedrick. aged 55 years. The funeral serv
ices will be held Saturday, June 13, at
2 o'clock P. M., at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Finley A: Son, Montgom
ery, at Sth. Friends invited.
ELLIH In thin city, June 10. William R.
Ellis. aed .V years. Friends invited to
attend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman'8 funeral parlors at 10 A. M.
today t Friday) June IX Interment Beth
Israel Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
HEMPFER June 9, C. H. Hempfer, aged
C4 years. Funeral services will be held
at Dunning & McEntee's chapel Saturday
June 12, at '2 o'clock, under the auspices
of the Loyal Order of Moose. Friends
invited. Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
MR. KDWAKD HOI. MAN. the leading; fa
neral director. 220 Tliird street, corner ani
nun. Lady assistant. A 111. Jtialn 6.7.
DUNNING ft M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
7tu and fine, i'liune Main 430. Laxly at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
F. H. DINNING. INC.
East Bide Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder at. East Bi. it 8885.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Sd
and Clay. Main 415a. A tail. Lady attendant
SIR. AND MRS. R. T. BYRNES.
Est. 1UU3. 555 Willlama Ave. suattt 1115.
MOUNT SCOIT PARK.
Contain Ing 835 Acres.
Portland's Only Modern
Refined. P leaning Service.
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Terms Reasonable,
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE. N.
Between Davla and Everett.
Phone. Kast 1423, B SS1S. Opea Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this
office. Lethal chamber for small ani
mals. Horse ambulance for sick or
disabled animals at moment's notice.
BARRELS OF MONEY
Alberta Oil Fiekls
May 14th, near Calgary,
Alberta, one of the most
remarkable oil wells in
the world gushed 60 feet
in the air.
65 Baume, ia being used in
automobiles as it comes from the
well, without refining, 200 bbls.
per day from the Dingman well,
worth $9.00 per bbl. Other wells
are being drilled; experts pro
nounce the field the most prom
ising of any in the world.
Are being made by people of
this locality. Leases and stock
being offered at reasonable'
price. This is a chance of a
If you have a few dollars you
want to invest, don't wait, but
get in communication with me.
Portland references, on
W. C IDE
313 Lougheed Bid;.
E. T1VEXTY FOURTH AND KNOTT STS.
Choice lots. 3A blocks and V blocks:
buildlngr restrictions. This property is
on me oesi residence street in xrvinaT-
ton. x or terms, etc..
K. N. TCFFORD.
M 3441. 40S Spaldlns Bids;.
Loans of 1 1000 and up at lowest rates
on booa iraprovea J 1 t y properties.
If you need money call today. Our
Installment payments are attractive.
A. H. BIERELL CO.
X17-219 Norlkwnlrra Baast Bolldlnir.
BUSINESS PROPERTY ANOCLOSriN RESIDENCES
NOHTMWE&TERN bMMrN BUILDING
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Ratea.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
BO Fourth St.. Board of Trade Blda
Loans on Real Estate
Contracts and Mortgages Bought.
HARDING St TUTTLE,
S13 Chamber of Commerce.
CITY & FARM LOANS
liMlEKHKIItiKS LUA. AND
XDO Chamber oX Commereaa
ON IMFROVKD CITY PROPERTY.
We loss oar owa fosda and money la
available wit hi a 24 hoars after receipt
of abstract. &Vst aad 7 per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
NorthTrestern Bank Bids.
First Mortgage Loans
Moaer to Any Amount la Our Poaaea
aioa for Immediate Use. or 1,
According? to Security.
FIELDS A UOXEIMAN,
1218-1223 Yeos Bide. Mala lOOX
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount &i uirent Rates.
JOHN E. CE0NAN
0O2 SpaldlaaT Bids. Fortlaad. Orw
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BECK. William G., 315-31 Falling bldg.
BENEDICT BROS., (Burrell Heights). 30
riawtnome ave.. cor. 31st. Tabor 61.
PALMER-JONES CO., H. P.. 4Ot-0&-0
Jennings & Co. Main 18S. 206 Oregonian.
Will sell cor. lot. 50x77 4. on N. W. cor.
33d and Prescott sts. opposite Alameda
I'ark, including 127 Vs feet of cement slde
walK. curbing, grading and GO feet of
hardsurfii.ee at., all paid, for ttioO. or ad-
Joining lot, same size, clear o Incum
brance, for $010. Tbls is a real snap,
Owner, TUU East 13th st., or phone Sell
11750 BUYS a 50x100 lot in Irvington that
coat me $2150; the price includes all Im
provements In and paid for; good houses
an around tnis lot; 11 a a snap; aajoining
lot Just tike mine sold last week tor 42300.
AC 3Q. Oregonian.
CHEAP LOTS. NEAR THE CITY.
In Glendora. on Mt Hood Electric Ry.
(at Ventura Park station). Bull Run
water, 3c fare. SlOO and up; $5 down, 3
to $3 per month; no interest. Owner, C 30,
LOWER PORTLAND HEIGHTS"
Charming bungalow site overlooking
everything; low down In price and situa
tion; unusual opportunity.
503 Corbett bldg. Main S8S0.
2 fine lota. 66x110 (corner). Portsmouth
Addition, cash. This is for quick sale.
FRED C. KING.
S1 Spalding Bldg., 3d and -Washington.
COLLINS VIEW TRACT.
One of the finest view tracts on the
West Side; 73 by 100-foot lots for only
$330, Slo down 33 per month. M. E. Lee,
822 Corbett bldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Houses and homesltes on all parts of
Portland Heights. Pleased to show you
at any time.
Marshall 4S77. BROOKE. A 3S39.
FOR SALE by owner, lot 60x118, in Ladd
Addition, 2uth st. 2 blocks from Haw
tnorne, all improvements in and paid for.
Will sacrifice for cash. Call B 1150.
IRVINGTON .elect residence location; own
er will sacrifice to bona, fide purchaser.
AR ti, Oregonian.
FOR SALE at a bargain by the owner, lot,
50x100, Rose City Park. For particulars
phone A 2176 after 11 P. M.
SI DOWN. 31 weekly buys fine lot. 35 min
utea from center of city. Phone Muia 3517.
$30 CASH buys Long Beach lot; Ocean Park
station, cost $125. AK 51. Oregonian.
$200 BUYS $375 equity In $075 Laurelhurst
lot. Eat 0302.
$800 EQUITY in University Park quarter
block for $473. K 2i, Oregonian.
S3, $10 AND $20 for beautiful Tillamook
Beach lots, many one-tenth dealer's price.
Over 100 to choose from. Pretty new
cottage, ready to live in, choice location,
$475. Tent-house, extra choice ocean
front, $350. Easiest terms, no interest.
Owner, East 4313.
EIGHT beautiful lots, Bayocean beach, $S0O.
Tarms. 324 Worcester bldg.
For Sale Houses.
7 rooms. 50x100.
Price $2500. Take $1200 lot.
House is nuw; mahogany and enamel
finish and right up to date; builder met
with accident and must get in other line
A Real Snap.
CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO.,
03 Dekum Bldg.
WE FLRN1SH THE PLANS AND
BUILD HOUSES OR FLATS FOR THIS
LOWEST POSSIBLE COST. WE BUY
BUILDING MATERIALS IN LAUGH
QUANTITY AND CAN SAVE YOU MANY
DOLLARS. OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
BUTTER WORTH-STEPHENSON CO..
706-7 COUCH BLDG.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING: PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW. TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. SEE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY St. CO., CONTRACTING
ARCHITECTS. 3'.'4 ABINGTON BLDG.
LAURELHURST-bargain in beautiful brand
new 8-room bungalow, Just completed,
ready to move Into; the best thing on the
market; fixtures and shades are In, built
in refrigerator; In fact everything per
taining to a good house. See owner on
premises, 183 Royal Court. 1 v blocks
north of Montavilla carllne. Owner going
to leave city, aee thia at once.
NICE BUNGALOW. NEAR HAWTHORNE
1 rooms and bath, modern throughout,
on 4aih at.; large fireplace, hardwood
floors, practically new; expensive brass
fixtures entire house; price 342UU; mtg
$1500; $600 cash. bal. payable $25 pur
monin ana interest.
CALLAN ft KASER. 723-4 Yeon Bldg.
See Mr. Furlong.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own plans
or ours; pay us iiKe rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
A BIG BARGAIN.
.Must sacrifice my 5-room modern bun
galow at 818 Multnomah St.. in 10 days;
furnace, fireplace and sleeping porch;
built to live in, not to sell; $M0 cash,
remainder on terms. Tel. c 1245.
6-ROOM bungalow. Rose City Park; sleep
ing porcn, cement Dasement; all built-in
conveniences; hardwood floors, shades
and fixtures; Just finished. Owner will
make a special this week. Phone Tabor
Strictly modern 6-room bungalow. 2
large lots and garage In Rose City Park.
Thia property has cost $4600. I have to
sell at once and will take $3250 and on
terms. Owner 617 Board of Trade.
Elegant home. $ rooms and sleeping
porch, hot water heat, located 728 East
zist f... near Fremont. 1 block from Broad
way car. Phone owner. East 1873.
BUILD ON YOUR LOT.
We will build on your lot; terms like
rent; first-class guaranteed work.
UMBDENSTOCK A LARSON CO.,
286 Oak St.
CHEAP Lot, 40x125, 4-room cottage, be
sides bathroom, pantry, toilet, woodshed,
cellar, unfinished chamber, small chicken
tinuse, some fruit. Owner. Phone East
FOR SALE At Multnomah, small bunga
low, new and modern; a bargain If sold
in June; terms. T. G. Hawley, owner.
Phone Main 4549.
CHARMING homes. Irvington. for two
thirds their value, nicely finished, fine
location, elegant surroundings. East 373.
W. li. Herdman.
6-ROOM houae and 2 lota 100x143 feet In
Oak Grove, one block from carllne; price
$2000. Inquire H. G. Starkweather, near
Rlsley Station. Phone oak urove Black 17.
SPLENDID H4-story stone bungalow; must
be seen to be appreciated ; must have $1000
cash, terms. By owner. Call any day before
13 o clock. 71st ana uregon sis.
ROSES, fruit, vegetables; 1S.'.0. Prettiest
home In Portland for the money: modern
plumbing, electric lights. Box 703, Lents.
BY owner. 6-room modern bungalow, with
sleeping porch and garage: will sell below
cost. Phone Tabor 1757, Main $252.
WILL sell a $4000 house, located in Rose
City Park, for $8350 it bought within 30
days. Inquire 657 E. 65th st. N.
NEW 6-room houae, modern, 774 Multnomab
at.; price reasonable. Owner. 653 Clack
amaa st. Phone C 2362.
HARD TIMES PRICE.
$2850 New 8-room houae Eaat 48th,
near Division. Owner, Woodlawn 583.
MODERN" 5-room bungalow, will take lot as
Brat payment, balance easy. Phone owner
ana nuuaer. iaoor i02.
MY 4-room modern bungalow; price $150.
For particulars call Tabor 3849.
FOR SALE lo-room house; rent $35; price
Sju; icrnis. bdi w aauington.
For Salo Houses.
will buy a choice 5-room modern bunga
low, with attic and basement, fireplace.
The bungalow is very attractive and very
artlctlcaliy built; nicely furnished; has
east front, cement walks, graded streets.
It is what anyone would call a cosy home.
Situated on 7od street, between Multnomah
and Clackamas streets, surrounded by
m ell-kept homes. This choice borne can
be bought with a $100 payment down or
less, and balance Just the same as rent.
OTTO & HARKSON RKALTY CO,
133 Firat St.
SMALL, HOMES CHEAP.
On Mt. Scott line, a nice little houae
almost new on 50x100 lot. full of flowers,
fruit, garden; a snap at $800.
At Jennings Lodge; half acre with beau
tiful little bungalow, fine lawn and flow
ers, chicken bouse, etc., 1175.
Very easy terms. Owner. 50c Spalding
bldg. Main SS97.
ROOM Irvington home, practically
new, modern in every respect, in
cluding part or all of elegant fur
nishings; will make such a sacri
fice as will Interest anyone wishing
a beautiful home; must have at
least 9400O cash, balance on terms.
Phone owner, Marshall 3851. '
FOR SALE 5-room houae. Slat and Sandy
road, lot 64x100, (3500, terms; furniture
, 400. P. O. box til.
BEAUTIFUL home. 7-roora. modern, 100x300.
beautifully improved. 5417 6yth st. S. E.
For Sale Business Properties.
WEST SIDE APARTMENT SITE
Small apartment on rear of property,
brings 11 per cent on price. 75x100; big
G03 Corbett bldg. Main 6630.
STORES and apartments, prominent street.
West Side, close in. 13. 000. Owner. 324
Suburban Home Property.
ONE-HALF-ACRE tract on the West Side;
only 15 minutes" car ride. 5c fare? the
best value in the city for only $750, $10
down. $10 per month. If you are looking
for a homesite with a big future, where
you can raise your own chickens, berries,
vegetables, fruit, etc.. which is the greater
part of your living, this will suit you. M.
E. Lee. 522 Corbett bldg.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water, close to carllne,
easy terms. Will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 1385 or bellwood 476.
JOHN H. GIBSON, OWNER.
FURNISHED house and 2 acres in fine cul
tivation at Metxger station; will sell for
$2000 or rent for $10 month. Phone Mar
shall 3941. at 603 Oregonian bldg.
RIVER frontage on the beautiful Willam
ette. H. G. starkweatner. Rlsley station.
Oak Grove, Black 17.
For Sale Acreage.
1, 2, S and 10-acre tracts! 30 minutes out oa
NEW. BIG, RED STEEL, ELECTRIC
12-cent commuter's fare: very best of soil;
water and community conveniences.
$125 to $500 per aero on installments.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY,
102 Fourth Su
Main 35. A 3500.
5 ACRES FOR $250.
$10 down and $5 per month buys 5
acres of good lovel, logged-off land be
tween Portland and Centralla, on the
main line of 3 railroads, 1 Vi miles from
town of 1000 population, sawmills, shingle
mills and other industries; 160 acres 10
choose from; some of these tracts are
about half cleared; a fine trout creek runs
through the tract; some bottom laud.
6ome upland: all is good.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
212 Railway Exchange.
B YEARS' TIME.
Best river bottom land in 10-acre tracts,
8 miles from Corvaljls, on graveled road,
14 down, balance in 5 years. Write for de
scriptive booklet free.
B. W. JOHNSON, Corvallis, Or.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches, near Portland:
new subdivision, near Gresham; 5 acres,
$400, $500. $700; 3 acres, $500. $700; 10
acres. $750, $900, $1000 per tract: best
soil, free wood, spring water: acreage at
Scappoose, Or.. $25 to $100 per acre.
FRANK M'FAKLAND REALTY CO.
S09 Yeon Bldg.. Portland. Or.
10 ACRES $850.
All tillable and lies good; over half in
cultivation with 130 fine fruit trees; nice
spring-fed creek, littlo barn, etc; about
1 miles from Alpine. This price la lower
than raw land across the road. Your own
terms. Owner, 506 Spalding bldg. Main
12 tj ACRES, about 5 acres clear, rest easy
to clear; good 7-roora plastered house,
barn, shed. chlcken-houso. good well,
some farming tools 12 cents fare. O. W.
P. carlliie, about S3 minutes' walk from
car; good road. Terms. Phone Woodlawn
5 OR lo ACRES at a sacrifice, on Mt. Hood
Electric Ry., close to city, part cultivat
ed, small house, good well, fruit trees,
brry bushes, etc; $6300. Owner, C 26,
BEFORE locating be sure and visit the Wil
lamette Valley. Information Bureau at 266
Washington st. (between 3d and 4th).
Absolutely free. Bring the ladies.
FOR SALE One acre and residence, two
blocks main street, paved streets, bargain.
Address G. F. Via. M. D-, Buxton. Or.
ACRE, two-room house, deep well. $800;
terms. Harry Tolin. Metzger station.
J. N. Grieve. Canadian Government
Agent for this state, will bo at the Hotel
refklns June 11 and 12 to meet all parties
Interested in Western Canada.
100 ACRES heavy timber, close to market;
will relinquish for $4oO if taken soon.
Phone Marshall 3941. 603 Oregonian bldg.
FOR Government land locations, call oa or
write Smith & Balrd, Redding, Cai.
FOR SALE or trade, a good wheat or hog
ranch oi 1400 acres. 1000 acres under the
plow; all fenced and cross-fenced; about
500 acres in grain this year; will sell
for small payment down and crop pay
ment or trade for income property.'
East 72 or B 1369. 420 Hawthorne ave.
$1000 BELOW ACTUAL COST.
14.38 acres, including all improvements,
personal property, furniture, etc.: 5 acres
in fruits; place ia fenoed with wire sua
cedar posts; 5-room bungalow, barn, two
chicken-houses; 2 miles from southern
Oregon town: with or without personal
property; $3000; terms.
CALLAN t KASER. 722-24 Yeon Bldg.
FOR BALE An Ideal small dairy of 10
acres with running apring water; 7
acres in feed crops, clover, oats and vetch,
kale, corn and carrots; good 6-room house,
barn large enough for 12 to 15 tons of
bay and 6 head of stock; young orchard
and small fruits; 1 Vs miles from O. ..
1J miles from Portland; $3100, $1000 cash.
AV 879 Oregonian.
I WILL divide my farm into 20-acre tracts
or up. to suit purchaser, located within
three miles of Corvallis and the Oregon
Agricultural College, near cannery, cream
ery and electric station, all cultivated, ad
joining land at $300 per acre. This at
$150; might rent part.
i. P. DEARDORFF, Corvallis. Oregon.
FARMERS AND HOMESEEKERS.
If you look for good value in farms for
your mone, see us. We have farms of
all kinds and sizes and give you a square
F. FTTCHS. 420 Chamber of Commerce.
STOCK ranch of 2420 acres, near Cobuig.
Lane County. Oregon; well watered witll
springs; 200 acres of meadow; also timber.
Price, $60,000; one-third cash, balance in
tlve years at 6 per cent. F. D. Chumber
lain. 728 Morgan bldg., Portland, Oregon.
,BIG FARM SNAP.
S7 acres, good farm, good location, well
watered, worth $6500, for 42oO: this is
a genuine bargain. Get particulars by
f FUCHS, 420 Chamber of Commerce.
8outh of Salem, 500 acrea. Improved, at
only $70 an acre. J. H. Hartog, 4th and
HARTMAN a- THOMPSON
$8000 TAKES eO-acre farm; 20 acrea in cul
tivation; house, barn, one team and 8
cows; 20 miles from Vancouver. Wash.
H. Booker. La Center, Wash., or phone
FOR SALE Dairy ranch cheap; fully
equipped with stock and Implements.
Owner. O. F. Botkin, Cherryrille. Or. TeL
NEWCOMERS, the easiest way to get posted
on farm land is to come to the free show
today at 206 Washington st. (between 3d
and 4th). Absolutely free. Bring the ladlos.
BE WISE, buy property anwwhere cheap
from owner; no agents; no charge. Squars
Deal Co., 613 Gerlinger bldg.
RANCH 60 acres with buildings, 18 miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
for all cash. By owner. 107 . 1st St.
81 ACRES on main line of Southern Paclfio
26 miles from Portland; good buildings;
owner, Y 37. Oregonian.