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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1914.
Some of Minor Defendants in
Dynamite Case Thought
to Be Fortunate.
HOPE FOR RYAN IS SMALL
Even SuoDOrters Who Haie Been
Pressing Appeal See 1ittle Pros
pect of Help for lead
WASHINGTON. June 23. President
Wilson's decision on the appeal for
pardons for the 24 labor leaders sen'
tenced to prison In the dynamite con
snlracv cases was sent to the Depart'
ment of Justice tonight and probably
win .a mariA-nubliR tomorrow.
Though the exact nature of the
President's action was carefully guard
ed pending the formal announcement.
It was generally understood In official
circles that some or trie minor uenjuu
Ants had received executive clemency.
Little Hope Held for Ryan.
For Frank M. Ryan, former head of
the structural iron workers and others
convicted as chief conspirators in the
campaign of destruction, even the Sen
ators and Representatives who have
interested themselves In tne paraon
appeals have held out little hope of
Thursday is the date set for the men
to begin serving their sentences. All
f them are fre on bail, and the date
on which they must present themselves
at the Federal prison in Leavenworth.
Kan., was extended from June 6 to
June 25, to give President Wilson more
time for consideration of their peti
Two Mar Not Be Retried.
Since the cases have been before the
President, two of the defendants, Olaf
Tveitmoe, of San Francisco, and iticn
ard Houlihan, of Chicago, have ob
tained new trials. It is said that, un
less new evidence against them is dis
covered, they will not be placed on
The other defendants who were con
victed in the Federal court at Indian
apolis in 1912. made.their appeal to the
, White House on March 17 last, after
all their efforts to win freedom In the
courts had failed. Attorney - General
McReynolds took his recommendation
on the petitions to the Cabinet meeting
two weeks ago, and since that time the
President has been giving a great deal
of his attention to the case.
GRAIN CROP HOLDS GOLD
End of Unusual Exportation of Metal
Nenrs End, Say Officials.
WASHINGTON, June 23. Treasury
Department officials are confident the
unusual exportation of gold is drawing
to an end and predict there will be
little gold exported from now on which
had not been contracted for before the
exchange rate fell. The sudden de
cline in the exchange rate to a point
where the exportation of gold is no
longer highly profitable is taken as an
Indication that the heavy shipments of
gold already made to Europe have sat
isfied the demand in a measure and a
further decline is expected by . the
"The exportation of gold is bound to
cease with the movement of the grain
crop from the United States to Europe,"
George E. Roberts, director of the mint,
remarked today. "Europe has already
begun to buy large quantities of Amer
ican wheat, although the wheat Is not
yet ready for shipment."
OUSTED COMPANY HELPS
rower Concern Aids Tacoma After
Being Barred lom City.
TACOMA. Wash., June 23. (Special.)
After winning its suit In the State
Supreme Court, following months of
litigation, to compel the Tacoma Rail
way & Power Company to cease sell
ing power In the city, the Tacoma
commission today was compelled to
ask the company to come to the rescue
of 14 electrically operated lactones
that had been left without power be
cause the city was not ready to take
over the business.
The company Quit supplying power
this morning, pursuant to the decision.
The factories , were idle, the city was
unpfepared with equipment to supply
Tiower and the employes of the
factories wre laid off. A big delega
tion called at the City Hall this morn
ing and demanded action, resulting in
a special Council meeting. The com
pany was asked to come to the rescue
and did, agreeing to supply the
factories with power ten more days.
BOY TO BE MARKETMAN
Employment Bureau for School Chil
dren Is Showing Results.
Among the tirst school children to
eecure employment through the bureau
conducted by Mrs. E. J. Clinton, in the
office of School Superintendent Alder
man, is Kenneth White, aged 14, who
will bein today to compete with other
dealers in the Central Public Market.
He will preside over a ranchman's
market wagon. Many school children
Are leaving applications at this bureau
M. G. Winstock, manager of the Na
tional Amusement Company, yesterday
notified Mrs. Clinton that he had a
plan which should produce employment
lor a great many boys and girls during
vacation and requested that they be
sent to the company's office on the
mezzanine floor of the Pittock build
ing. Mr. Winstock has prepared a
campaign to popularize the new Or
pheum Theater, now under construction,
in which he will have use for many
BAPTISTS GO ON RECORD
Disarmament Favored, Iiquor and
BOSTON, June 23. Resolutions fa
voring disarmament and compulsory
arbitration and opposing the liquor
traffic and sectarian Intrusion into
state affairs were adopted today at
the Northern Baptist convention. The
delegates also went on record as favor
ing the prohibition of the manufacture
and sale of cigarettes.
In the 33 states included in the con
vention there are 12.804 churches, ac
cording to the report of the committee
on state conventions presented by Rev.
C A. Wooddy, of Portland, Or. These
churches, the report gays, have 1,306,
164 members, an Increase of 1,941 dur
ing the year. ; -
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title A Trust Co.. 7 C ha. of Com.
K. STEPHAN Heinstltciuoe and caliopicg,
accord, aide pleat, button cover&d, sooaa
GII.RERT A HA I.T. successors Weils sfc Co.,
t0 to 613 Couch bids.. 10 4th. M. 715a
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore. testing wonts, lain lea at.
1. R. GREENFIELD General practice, ah
tracts, contracts, collateral, etc; consul
tation free New onices, 7u7. 70b, 7011 Sell
lug blag. Main 4ift3. open evenings.
WM. M. LAFORCE,
Connselior-at-law. 220 Falling bldg.
NORTHWEST BUG CO. Rugs from old car
peu, rag rugs. 18 East otn. Both phones.
CKLLLLOlr) BUTTONS. BADOE3.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
92 Sta st. Phones Main 812 and A LISA.
William. Estelle and William. Jr., Deveny,
thA nniv scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors. oi Cierlinger bldg., S. W. cor.
ra ana Alaer. c iiuhb mju j.v.
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Haxelwood. Main 3713, A 512".
CHIROPODY and oeiiicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices, Fliedner blag. Main 3472.
DR. M MAtiuN. 121 4tb and 310 Williams
ave. Lsuy attendants botn otncea; in au-
Justmenis, iu. Main leua. Hiast bua.
PR. MARIS C. UNGBK, chiropraotlo neuro-
patn. sue jtotncnuq piqg. Msimosu a i.e.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS fur rent; we press one suit
each ween for sl.&o per montn.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
809 Stalk St., bet. 5th and 6th. Main 514.
COAL AND WOUU.
KNIGHT coal has no equal; a clean, hard.
qulck-nring. loug-enauring utaa coat, ai
blna Fuel Co., sole agents.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
snort atetnoaa. &nort Aajusimem Co.,
B2 N. W. Bank bias. Main 1)74.
NETH Ac CO.. Worcester bldg.
No collections, no charges.
PKOF. WALWILSON dancing school; waits.
one-step, two-step, scnottlscne. hesitation
waits, stage dancing; lessons, 25c; every
morning, afternoon, evening; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
5 hi 5th St.. bet. Stark and Oak. Main .037.
JklXl. SOU dllB, HCftLII a ex-auaui. , ua.ubD .
taught in all its branches; class m eve.
g to 10. 231 Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 813.
M. Wade 4 Co.. 822-86 Hawthorne ave.
isi'uiTFrTiiRil. WIRE 4e IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wka., 2d and Columoia,
h;tii ah itt r;t;Y tops.
nrBHUILLK BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d St.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sta.
PACIFIS TENT at AWN. CO.. 1-3 N. 1st St.
t, l .11 i ' I." ruRfRFTI AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park et Pavla,
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES SUPPLIES.
BALLOU at WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery At Conf., Inc., 11th and Everett
nRtui-VHil A Nil nnTTLKB8.
HENBY WEINHARD, lth and Burnslde.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BliUO., ll rnuivioi.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE CO.. 45 Fonrth Street.
rOKKEKS.-TKAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET & DEVERS, 1-11 N. Front St.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER at CO., 20T Asa at.
Stubbs Electric Co.. 6th and Pine sta.
FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY & CO.. Inc. 149 Front St.
CHURCH POLICY SAME
COMMITTEE TO REPORT IN 1915 ON
Amendment of Younger Members of
Cbnrcn to Let Conscience Decide
Question of Going to Fairs Lost.
SEATTLE, Wash.. June 23. No further
attempts to amend the rules of pro
cedure of the general conference of
the Church of the Brethren will be
made at the conference in session here
as the result of action today on a reso
lution doing away with tlie rule re
ouirinir a two-thirds majority to
change the policy of the church.
Thin resolution was referred to a
committee to report at next year's con
ference. This committee was instructed
to consider not only the abrogation of
the two-thirds rule, but also general
revision of the conference procedure.
The resolution to annul the two
thirds rule was introduced by the
younger group of delegates after an
amendment to the report of the gen
eral committee permitting church mem
bers to decide for themselves whether
It was proper to attend and exniDit at
state and county fairs wnere norse
races and carnival features were at
tractions, was lost because it lacked a
The county fair question was not
definitely settled, however, as it also
was referred to the committee for final
action at next years conference.
The question of publishing a doc
trinal book for instruction of new
members was referred to the Sunday
school board with power to act, and the
proposition to require doctrinal teach
ing in Bible schools was rejected.
President Otho Winger, of Manches-
Dally and Sunday.
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Same ad two consecutive time. .
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cents a line each Insertion.
When one advertisement is not run In con
secutive Issues the one-time rate applies.
Six average worus count as one line on
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On "charge" advertisements charge wlu
be based on the number of lines appearing
In the paper, regardless ' of tne number of
words In eacn une. Minimum cnarge, swa
The Oregonhui will accept classuiea sa
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the advertiser Is a subscriber to either phone.
No price will be quoted over the phone,
but bill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
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advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one Insertion only will
be accepted for "Fornlture for Sale," "Busi
ness Opportunities," Rooming-Houses" and
wanted to stent.
it.. nwrnuliD will not guarantee accuracy
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'Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be in The Oregonian office be
fore 10 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
loslnr hour for The Sunday Oregonian . will
bo So'clock Saturday night. The office will
be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual, and
all ads received too late for proper classifi
cation will be run under heading "Too Lots
Whiting-Ireland Dancing Academy, Allsky
bide. 3d and Morrison; modern and stage
dancing taught daily. Phone Main Suit.
DR. A. W. KEENS, Majestic Theater bldg.,
aoi Washington St. juarsnan wa.
DIES AND TOOLS.
DIES AND TOOLS.
Phone Marshall 1U37. 1 ring. A 4172.
EVE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialists: glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 517 Dekum bl.. 3d A Wash.
MOTORS generators bouKIlt. sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co., 31 First at. North.
pnone Main U21U.
WE BUY. sell, rent and exchange new and
second-hand, motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Electric Works, 213 utn.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East Sd and Haw
thorne. General machine and tounary r.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing.
Srlntiug and enlarging. PIKlii at MARK.
AM CO., 4S Washington at.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland
ONLY scientifically thorough renovating in
the city. Advise us. n.aai . m.
HASTY MESSENGER CO.. motorcycles and
bicycles. snon at am ... s..
EMIL THIELHORN, violin teacher; pupil
Sevcik, 20 7 Fliedner bldg. A 41.0, Mar. !.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg,
a nun x on
f iSr IWhy pay S5 U
L ?'srK J pair of glasses
ssw assaiit your eyes
A FIGHT on high prlcea
to aiu ior a
when l can
vour evea with first.
Quality lenses, srold-lllled frames, aa low
as 1.50? Goodman. 181 Morrison et, near
priage. patisractlon guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Northrup. 303 Morgan bide. cor.
.Broadway ana Washington sta. OIIlc
phone Main 4; residence. East 1028.
FIRST-CLASS tinting at $2.50 and S3 per
room. Leave ci.u lor a. Winn.. Main S80,
1032 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
100 Victor Bldg., Washington. D. C.
I and foreign
WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. S.
patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HO USER, Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS & CO.. tia-75 4th St.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS. .
WHOLESALE, 303-4 PANAMA BLDG.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY, 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 68-55 Front St.
HIDES, FELTS, WOOL AND II" RS.
KAHN BROS., 101 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 AND ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
F. B. MALLORY CO.. 231 Pine SL
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth at.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agents celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
ter College, Manchester, Ind., addressed
the conference tonight on "The Coun
TEAMSTER IS ARRESTED
John Mnrphy Charged With Beating
Tied Horse on Head.
John Murphy, a teamster, was arrest
ed by Detectives Moloney and Tichenor
yesterday afternoon for alleged 111
treatment of his horse at First and
The officers say that Murphy was
striking the animal in the face, while
the horse was tied, and was also hitting
him with a whip. Murphy lives at 335
Montgomery street. He was allowed
his liberty on promise to appear in
Municipal Court this morning.
Marlon Postofftjqfe Established.
WASHINGTON, June 23. New post
offices today were established in
Marion County at Broadacres. with
John B. Fluids postmaster, and at
Sidney, with Nelly M. Myers as post
mistress. AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 274 Holladay ave., cor. Adams st. Al
most new, comp-ete furnishings at restau
rant. Sale at 2 P. M. J. T. Wilson, auc
tioneer. Ford Anctlon Souse, Sll 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's' Auction House, at 10 A. M.,
furniture. 166-3 First St.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1, I. O.
O. F. All members are requested to meet
at I. O. O. X . t emple, irsi miu aiuw
n.k..-.A- t, n st 1 -an v M. sham to
attend the funeral of our deceased patriarch
Cyrus A. Dolph. Visiting patriarchs Invited
to attend. rt. uov,. o.wu.
HALL for rent, m 2d rt. Main 181.
I Portland's Building Directory )
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
DUNIWAI, RALPH R. Main 1530. .628-511
VINCENT. 8. D. at CO. Main 1654
KBASET. DORR E. CO. Main 1189.. .21
Board of Trade Building
BEACH. SIMON A NELSON. Main 6128. ,70
Broken, Stocks, Bonos ins
OVERBECK COOKS CO. ,,,.
A 633L Main 842 21-J1
d .RPPTT BROS. Main 6486 ...toa
WALLER. FRANK L. Main 8285 lulo
Bonds, Stocks, Grain and Cotton.
WILSON. J. C t-U. A ssar
Biuioera ana smu
SUMMERS. W. J. Marshall S.ai WMtl
LUCIUS. W. W. atartnail w aie-att
NAD. FRANK. Main 721. A 3721..
- Piano Wholesalers.
t V H PIANO CO. M. 1895.
Con railing Engineer.
KTLE. O. A. Marshall 4111
BAIN, JOHN. A 742. Main 6021....
BAT CITT LAND CO. M. 111..
K.OLLK. DR. D. W. M. 4143. A 78S8. .706-107
rublle Utility Specialist.
FOSHAY. WILBUR B. Main S7 1014
H. j, PALMER-JO.NW CO. M. 'MM..v.tM
PATENTS procured y J. K. slock, late of
U. Is. Patent Office, .34 N. w. Bank Dldg-
T. J. GEISLER, Atty-at-Law. (03 Henry.
win, c benmitt. Eng. ana uraitsman.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near Z4th and Yora; sta. Main
KLBBER SXAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGN
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. at. Phone Main 719 and A 271.
SEWING machinea. new. t2Q up; used ma-
chirfes ' up; rentiuc and repairing. Maia
9431. Sewing Machine Emporium, 9V su.
bet. xamhia and 'lay lor.
SEWING Machine Exchange; new and used
machines from $3 up; reuut and repairing
25i Yamhill, bet, xu and .q. jiain tax.
SHOWCASE. BANK STORK JclXTCBES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10th and Flanders
rtew ana Ola wmuuw aispiay ana uwiMt
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van tfc Storage Co., cor. loth
and Kearney ats., just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
tire ana vermm-prou iuuiu itu-u.-h
msno-room. trunk and rug vaults.
trackage for carload shipment, vans for
moving; reaucea ireigm i uu uvumm
hold goods to and from East In through
cars. .Main &btu. ail qepartmeqii
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Offices
and commodious -story onca wstib,
separte iron rooms and fireproof vauita
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine SUL
Pianos and furniture moved and pack.d
for shipment; special rates made on goods
in our througn cars to ui uuiuuw, uu
loreign luiu '
OI.SE.N-ROB TRANSFER CO.
Maw ffrpnroot warehouse with separate
rooma We move and pack household
goods ana pianos and ship at reaucea
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Oftice and warehouse, 15th and
Hoyt sta. again pti, st sssi.
MANNINNG WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.
A. til IU1I1 w
Tif,nns and household goods moved.
packed and shipped. Reduced freight rate
on household goods to and from East.
Through car service. Main U3, A isl4.
noprM TWANSFER CO- 474 Glisan St.,
cor. 13th. leiepnoue sisin w v "
-n.-A anH oDerata two large class "A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates In the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, lob Maaison; general uieiuuauuiOT,.
frrmture and machinery storage; transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7L
a VETERINARY COLLJSGE begins Bept
14. o proiession otter, wua, ik"-
tunlty. catalogue tree. xvcauo.
dent. 1818 Market at.. San Francisco.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and Tta sta.
nK.XAMF.NTAT. IKON A V Ik WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia,
PAINTS AND WALL PAP Est.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First St.
W. P. FULLER at CO., 12th and Davis.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE 84-s6 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
W. BALTES A CO., 1st and Oak sta.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, 140 Front at.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINS.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GBAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., foot of Ankenr.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER at CO.. 12th and pavla
HA tVMILL MACHINERY.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front st.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 230 2d St.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS 4 OPTICIANS.
BUTTERFIELD BROS.. MOHAWK BLDlA,
WIRE A'D IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO. S.
R. A. M. A special convocation
of Portland Chapter, No. 3. will
be held In their hall. Masonic
Temple, Portland. Or., this
(Wednesday) evening. June 14, at
8 o'clock, work in past ana Most
E. degrees. Important business. Visiting
companions will be welcome. By order a.
J. A. ALLEN. Sec
OREGON COMMANDER Y
K. T. SDecial. Thursday,
June 25, at 7:80 P. M. Order
of the Temple. Last work un
til September. The attend
ance of all sir Knights will
be appreciated. Parlors open
from and alter 1:30 P. M.
C. F. WIEGAND. Recorder.
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
The funeral committee 1b instructed, and all
other members are requested, to meet at I.
O. O. F. Temple, First and Alder sts., on
Thursday. June 25, at 1:30 P. M. sharp to
attend the funeral of our deceased brother,
Cyrus A. Dolph, P. G. All visiting members
invited to attend. k. usvulii, bee
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting tnis w eanesaayi eve. at
8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F. Temple, First and
Alder streets. Examination of our officers-
elect; refreshments. tve will install wua
Orient l.udee in their hall. East Sixth and
Alder sis., next Wednesday. Visitors always
welcome. R. OSVOLD, Sec.
MT7T.TNOMAH COUNCIL. ROYAL AR
CAN'UM, meets at Arcanum Hall, 3d floor
Masonin Temple, west Fark and Yatnmu,
the second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month at 8 P. M. visitors coraiauy wei
E. R. REED, Secretary, 86 Broadway.
MT. TABOR LODGE, NO. 42,
A . F. AND A. M. stated com
munication this (Wednesday)
evening, West Side Temple, 7:30
o'clock. M. M. degree. Visiting
brethren invited to attend.
M. R. SPAULDING, Secretary.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL No. 8. R.
AND S. M. Stated assembly this
Wednesday) evening, 7:80, East
8th and Burnslde. Visitors welcome.
J. H. RICHMOND. Recorder.
-t , REGULAR MEETING this
tfZXF- (Wednesday) evening. East 6th
,vu-J. V Aiaer streets. visnuia
W. W. TERRY. Sec.
ss"s sis fill l-rli
Y Aftoi IM . S.
GRAHAM. SIDNEY i. Main 491 11B-12
JOHNS. CHAS. A. Main 888 180-10
KIMBALL. HENBY M. Mar. 680 &S
MALARKEY. SEABROOK 4t
DIBBLE. Mala 1401, A 6212.. .1500-1601
RIDDELL, H. H- Main 68B 622
STOTT A COLLIER. Marshall 007 . .0O-l
KIN NET, M. J. Marshall 6614 a"
METCALF. LYLE 8. Marshall 2431
RAINEY, J. Q. Marshall 817T ,
U. 6. MORTGAGE at 1NV. CO
WAGGONER. GEO. B
8LAUSON. A. B. Mala 8444
M'NADGHTON. AGNKS PAJtsONS.aL44M "4
' A. AND A. a RITE The
ancient funeral ceremony of the
Kadosh will be held over tin
remains of our deceased brother,
Cyrus A. Dolph, 33d degree
Hon., at our cathedral this
(Wednesday) evening at
nVlorJc. The doors will be closed
at :30 and there will positively bs no ad
mittance after that hour. Friends are in
vited to attend. By order.
MASTER OF KADOSH.
SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F.
The funeral committee Is instructed, and all
nthsr members are invited to meet at .
O. O. F. Temple. 1st and Alder sts.. Wednes
day, Jane 24, at 1:18 P. M. sharp to at-
tnrt the funeral of our deceased brother,
Robert F. Crawford. Services at Finley A
Sons, 6th and Montgomery sta, at S P. M,
anil at nririfellows Dlot In Rlverview Cem
etery. Visiting Oddfellows are Invited to
attend. it. uavuuf, db
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 65,
A. F. A17 A. M. ine nieiiiu,-
aw are requested to attend the fu-
n.r.1 services nf our late Drointr,
CJTUS A. lojpu, 6u oesree, wim-ii
will be neia at in comsn m
Cathedral. o'clock today (Wednesday)
evening, June 24. By order of W. M.
C. M. STEADMAN. See.
LENTS LODGE! A. F. AND A.
M. Stated communication that
(Wednesday) evening, June 24, at
t P. M. for the purpose of con
stituting the lodge. Visitors wel
come. C. F. OCSBURY. Sec
FUNERAL FLOWERS AT LOWEST PRICES
Beautiful wreaths, pillows and special de.
signs at prices extremely low; casket
sprays as low at 11.S0. Lubllner. floruit.
328 Morrison St., Portland Hotel block.
MARTIN ar FORBES CO.. florists. 847
Washington. Main 29. A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 6922.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215, A 812L Sell
HENDRICKSON In this city, June 23. 1D14,
at his residence 5ti2 Vancouver ave., W 11
llard C. Hendrlckson. aged 28 years 9
months. Deceased is survived by three
sisters. Mrs. H. Getchman, of California:
Mrs. Cora Core, of Los Angeles: Mrs. M.
Ttnrns. nf this city, and one brother. El-
H-ood Hendrlckson, of Seattle. Remains
a,., at thA nftrlori nf the Skewes Under
takinr Co.. cor. 3d and Clay. Funeral
DUNNING In this city June 23, at thl
fnmiiv rAKtriennf. ndo East Taylor street
Vanderl Cook Dunning, aged 37 years 6
months and 3 days, son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Dunning, husband of Mrs. Kulla
Dunning, and father of Margaret, Kulla.
Frederick S. and Ruth Dunning. The re
maina are at the parlors of F. S. Dunning,
Inc., 414 East Alder street. Fuueral no
tice in a later Issue.
WEST At the residence 812 Thurman St.,
June 22. Stepnen u. west, agea on ei ,
11 months, 15 days. Remains forwarded
by the Holman Undertaking Co. to Mon
tesano. Wash., where funeral services will
be held and Interment in family plot. ,
TITE June 21, Mrs. C. P. Tlte, age 71
years, mother or Daisy woraen. ot rori
land, and C. W. Grubb, of Palo Alto. Cal;
grandmother of Elsie and Robert Roy.
Funeral notice later. San Francisco pa
pers please copy.
SMITH Mary Ferrell Smith, 8:S0 Tuesday
morning. Funeral toaay iweanesnsyi, i
2 o'clock. Residence 14th and Washing
ton sta, Oregon City. Or.
HEALT At the family residence, 488 Wil
liams ave., June 22. :isie Harriet, iniani
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
TITE Mra. C. P. Tlte, June 21, ajefl 7B
years, motner 01 uaisy woraen. 01 run
land, and C. W. Grubb, of Palo Alto, Cal.,
grandmother of Elsie and Robert Ray.
Friends Invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at Holman's funeral
parlors at 3:30 P. M. tomorrow (Thurs
day), June 25. Interment Rlverview Cem
etery. COLWE1-L At the family residence, U73
Corbett St., June timer a. ioiwbu,
aged 46 years, 4 months, 11 days. Friends
invited to attend funeral servlres, which
will be held at the Scottish Rite Cathe
dral. Morrison and Lownsdale sts., at K
P. M. tomorrow Thursday, June 25. In
terment Greenwood Cemetery. Remains
re at Holman's funeral parlors.
RIEG In this city. June 22. at the family
residence, Stt-r bctiuyier street, oeorge u.
Rteg, aged 9 years. The funeral services
will be held Wednesday, June iii, at 8:30
o'clock P. M., at the hesidence establish
ment of J. P. Ftnley Son, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friends Invited. Interment
Lone Fir Cemetery.
SMITH At Seattle. Wash., June 22, Rose
A. Smith, agea ' years. i ne tunersi
services will be held today (Wednesday)
at 4:0 o'clock P. M., at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Finley A Son, Mont
gomery at 5th. Interment Rlverview Cem
etery. DOLPH Funeral services of the tate Cyrus
A. Dolph will be new at tne nrat ap
tlst Church (White Temple), 12th and
Tavlor streets, at 2 P. M. tomorrow
(Thursday). Interment at Rlverview Cem
etery will oe private.
HOPKINS The funeral services of the late
William S. Hopkins, beiovea nusnana oi
Etrie iiopKins, i isi ueiaware ave. m
h held at Holman's Funeral Parlors
at 1 P. M. today (Wednesday). Friends
invited. Interment Rlverview Cemetery.
MR. V-DWARD HOLMAN. the leading: fu
neral director. 220 Third street, corner sal
mon. Lad' assistant. A 1611. Main 567.
DUNNING M'INTEE, funeral director,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 480. Lady at
tendstnt. Office of County Coroner.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder st. East 52. It 2525.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4162. A 2821. Lady attendant.
MR. AND MRS. R. T. BYRNES.
Est. 1803. 655 Williams Ave. East 1115.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK,
Containing 885 Acre.
Portland's Only Medera
Refined, Pleasing Bervtea,
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Price and Terms Heasonablsv
First Mortgage Loans
Money to Any Amount In Oar Possrs
ion tor Immediate Uae, 6 or 1,
According, to security.
FIELDS A HOJVEYMAN,
.18-1223 Yeon Bldg,. Mala 101
OX IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
We loan oar owi fun da and money la
available within 24 konri after receipt
of abstract. 54, 6 and 7 per eeat.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Nort western Bank Bids.
BUS.NFS3 RnOPFPtTYANOCI OSEIN RESIDENCrS
NOBTMWE&1ERN BAJMKS. BOILOlNJ
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Kates.
FARM AND CITY LOANS,
80 Fourth St.. Board of Trade Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rate.
JOHN E. CB0NAN
903 Spalding Bids;. Portland, O.
WANT TO RENT KYINGTON HOUSE
Must be modern and have Karaee. Not
less than seven rooms. Will pay four
months' rent in advance.
E-J. MAUTZ, Mar. 1889 or Eat 5031
CITY &FARM LOANS
UK DER WRITERS LOAN AMD
820 Chamber of Sasnaaerc.
$40,000 In Sums to Suit, or Will Buy
A. B. HAHLEY, Board of Trad Bldg;.
1 1 tit and Mnrrisoei
Mala I aad A lltl
AI I WFFIC" FTr.HMMlX!t:8
Lar I tKMMiMflO
Mot lew Picture Photo Play
Popular Prices &Ka Jkc
Main 1. A AIM
be. L Baker. Mgr.
Every day from 12 noon till Jl F. -t,a--
000 sensation In films: Beverly It, focoa
"A-Top of the World"
In motion, wonderful, thrilling and amusing
scenes, animals, people from the frosea
North. The land mad famous by Res
Beach and Jack London.
1-7R1 if G-f-".KKH. otoneer of the eld Ore
gon Trail, with K'OO feet of interts'lni
film and short lecture at 1.10, 4.80. 6.V0,
7:80 and :l0 P. M.
All for 2'c, lower floor; i"c balcony.
Matin re Dally. Fnoo.es Mala aad A let
Broadway, at TayWr.
WEfclK Jl .NK 21.
"REACT V Is) OM.Y MKIN DEEP."
KRAMER A MORTON
CHARLES TI LE. FRED XHMKR CO.
WILL A KEMP.
bronrlwaj mt Alder.
WKKK JUNE T2.
Th Merry Mguermdr.' Frank Dl-
.Beauty tnorui rtMie voio. mi- iif 7
court; Salt huiti it ill; "Tbat Girl"; pav.aT.
Three bhows Daily, 1:80, 1:110, liU.
COOI.KST FLACK IN TOWN.
MA TIN KB
JOHN T. IXtM.K at CO.
b( UK K. D'ARVILLE
Portland's Great Amuarmeat Park
Complete Change ot Programme.
Rose Festival Ilima, four big roela
Mt r.lrny's Band, under dlrecilon
W. E. McUlroy.
Hawaiian Tronbador. Eight la
Performance free at f :M and :S.
W et or shine In th open-air oovered
ALL PERFORMANCES FRF.K.
Cars at llrst and Alder. LaoachM
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRIND ATF Jl,
Between Davis and F.vrrett.
Pkoars Kast 1423, B 2515. Opea Day
n.nnrl all rases of Cruelty to thlg OfflCA
Lethal chamberforgmall animals. Horse
ambulance for lick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any on de
siring a pot may communicate with u.
T will balld eaa
finance a bom oa poor
lot or a any you aoay
seiset. Pay for It life,
rant. We guarantee
satisfaction. cau aaj
I. E. BOWMAN m IU,
F.sobb 1. Commercial t'lu stidg.
Main 80. A IHL
Loans of (1000 and up at lowest rates
on Good Iniuroved City Properties
If you need money call today. Our
Installment payment! are attractive.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
81T-gl Xorlbwwttn Haaa. Bwlldlag.
Money to Loan
Consult L"g! Money Plentiful!
(jE. H. THOvl ,
2HT Oak ., Boom a, AlnswortN Hilt.
Loans on Real Estate
Contract and Mortgage nought.
UAKUIM1 st TITIXE,
SIS Chamber of losnnaerre.
REAL ESTATE HEALERS.
ttirr-u- vt-tllism rs.. air,. 210 Fallltis blUg.
HEXEDll'T UKOb. (Burrell KHgntsi, "SO
ii..thnrn sva.. ror. 81st. Tsbor MO,
PALMER -J ON US CO.. U. P 404-40J-404
Wilcox bldg. .
Jennings & Co. Main ISA 206 Oregonian
For rials Lata.
$4Ita Mt Tabor district.
IH75. Alameda Park; improvements paid.
tS0, Rose City Park.
el4?ri. lrvlngton; Improvements paid.
vt.nu .th.rt In .11 narts of til. Oltri
reiuionsble terms. Rold Realty Co- iu8
E. 24th and Knott sts.; choice lots, V,
blocks snd i bloc.; building restrictions.
This property is on th. best r.std.lic.
street In lrvlngton. For terms, etc
R. N. TL'FFOhU.
M. S441. 4ld bpaldlng bldg.
$ioU acre, West glde, 5-cent carlsre.
Just inquire and s.-e how quick th mom-y
you are squandering far rent will pay tl. Is
tract up. Terms (lu caili. balance
M. B. LEE. 5-'i' Corbel! blilg.
lluoo LOT. il.V.
Fine lot In Alnmedn Park, valued at
S10U0. for quick sale. g'iM..
g 10 Board of Trade. MhIii tl.'.a. A 4401.
,a;,0 bOxllO-ft. lot, West Hide, B-cent car
fare; let your rent money buy this tract
lor you. Terms 110 cash. $." monthly.
M. K. LEE. 622 Corbelt bldg.
ROSE CITY PAHK COKNEK.
Facing east. 4irth and Tlllnmonk. I l.loi-k
to Sandy boulevard; this beautiful $lilu0
corner goes at .kk. cah. Main
76j 1,-acr. tract. We.t Hide, -cent csr-
fare; fine soil; 110 cssh. n monthly.
M E. LEE, 6'.'a Corh.it bldg.
BOx.100 LOT, close to Union av. Improve
ments all paid. Will sell for $370 cash.
605 Concord bldgj
l BARGAIN ; on lot on Ksat Jlth St.,
near a. P. shops. Address Louis Jotiason,
Klierwood, or., rout
NICE residence lot In Irn.iglon. Clos In.
Phone C -l-'3
For Wale Besuh Property.
6 rooms, beautifully furnished; bath,
'toilet lavatory, aunroom, s.eeping porch,
one of bessld.'s most unusual cottage,
,30W1L P. PALMER-JONES CO..
404 Wilcox bldg.
4.ROOM furnlthd bous at S.aside, Or..
lot OOxlCO. $.!"' cash and auto, or will rant
for season gso. 303 Lumbar Exchange.
ltd and Htark sts.
KUR SALE Nsw T-ruom house. 40, aoutb.
Board Walk. Apply premises or boa 14t.
KllillT beautiful lots. Eayouasn Beaca,
asuo. Terma 24 Worcester bldg
Let ls build you a iiomb.
On your lot or our,; bv your owu plaos
or outs; rsv us like rent.
THE OKEGON HOMlilll'II.DK.RS,
13.0 Northwestern ltank Bidg
BARGAIN' BY OWNER.
Fix-room modern burgslow, Rom City
Park. $1400 below eost. l'hon Tshor BMk.
NEW, modern bungsiow In rMtrtrt.d d.s
trlct. a bargain from ewa.r; will tak.
a lot, Talor o00&.
Wm aio Havee
FtrilMd ! it on vf knit aatl h't
lint iieit t.tiin ra( ru,iii , r
efaiu t a turn h4. is
rKnts t a si Meidea fcft.tt oaih
hv. i , ( i ur-4jsi ar f rfh 4"ea
MplrtllDC nMII'f rc ttaS at.4
openi 0 l f ne .lew wraixla, M-a m
t if I ! i i r br if ft InrM
rKt i.fnuni f .iure f heii-4-wmught
rC i.in Jia 1 1 . oa ( , oorj ihrowiH
ut first sinry ; iatirr r'4
walls in dinliiC-rMm. pnai I
i'y- bUn:n utie ( I rimS w -
shower, ,iiit"i) and iti,i, .F4
baihrioniB, te I s't lul cnrra
bnieut ontplel itrf4t f
iaundrt us , auut in ftiu.tn . epu
lis tai ; (.n ii4 at tte
dm until in.-lu'i aoO t) ft "
17 0 ( l Itooiaa en . r n 1 1 rnat.
fcAtO q (I. a. i.ilt Ici'Bl ran hmA ;
a 1 la b-autlfullif Un.-pe1 f pr
f Mi or ai and itct4 r si " n -caiipd
bri a wsl, masnlfx eai
of Co.umba ban and n"uneif.e.
thl b(jus la p.ir..i ml bAt.i, MS
owner must Ira Kon and July t
and ofTra a t-erfaia prir ar4 smM
unniual terms Mr. Miin.
K. V. Cl.AKK O'MI AT,
Till Iryai lliAg i &M.
fcTAHTLI.N'l H AH'i AlNS
IN 11 .N'lAUHP
i rooma with nit, n if. aa4 Mar
ket sta, llawthwrite a, detrut.
.KH end $296.
fold nv h NT iria.
Hsr1wMfl f hm rin m-4
d i mntf -room . f iFp.f.. and mam,, ( uui
In b.k -a ana bnf(-t. taii(u) ! -lug
fialur and nt wa. U "fi l-aa,
induw shad-. pia slaas in fnnt w o
dow. door and tuOt, lunch hirhn,
rnameleci. eoifr and h-M dr s.
ft cmn t iimni t, w i.m. rncrte
porrh, tps fJ n.ki, lift pa 1
JLT t'-MI'Ltltl' AMI AltK. h. k A L
fNAI'S AT .IIKMi I Mi
$?ltMt AND UN KI-..NT 1 l-HM.I
roHTLANI) Hk.AI.TT 1 H 11 .,
214 Hallway Kxchanae h'ti.
S w hi take u fH.
-ltOM IU' V I A l.O V.
5 laraa ronri. oak (lor In 1I -InR-nioin
and d ining - rwnn, built-in
tiiiiveiiirnrfi, cmm baamni, flra
pNC. 2 tltrka (mm th ir, innt
walk all tiie , f-. tvriua
WKSTKRN OREUi.V T ft t I T CO.,
lluu urthastara iBaua kiUf,
PHKTTT 4-KOOM BUNGALOW,
Nw and modern; brUk fireplace. b si
plum bin (, sr war, C4mni i,ki, null
IiKturM, all tinted. taNni ( lUCeO at
$I.Pl mutilli, s at on . m.1w4 r in
741 Kills, ii Itlut ka eaal 4 a mil- n'n'fr
thsn btiiwondi. Lathrop, AMti"" t i- s
THAT VACANT LiT.
WHT NOT TtllN A HI HPFV INTO
INCUMET WK MILL V ft N I M 1 H hi
W i N K V. KL'il.D AI'AKTMt.NM R L.M
liK.NCK OH AVTTHI.su, I'LAM rhl.L,
WK ARK HKsPONtflHl.hi. K koW
HOW. TALK W 1 T It Ol K TLIKMh fckK
Ol'H WOKK. WILL OIVK HiNtK
1 it. HA11.KT li), O'N'i HAt I t1
AHtHIUns, J.-4 ABINHTUN lLii.
BATHIFKIS Al.n-;:Nt; ft-rcnm bit. lot
txl2ti, out g4iHe 2 -ars no, ownr ia
Int. Ihla proprt)r la in Mt. T'r a
tfnidrnte distirit-l, on ti s r . fru-t
and ruii'i. ufd inln '-ll. street nn-
roved, this is '( pft.piiv. hen
nw taxa. A'ldrni S.i K . .1 l a n t
thare. No Mnii, 1 -1 Uwan, taai4- letni.
I'hone 1 alor 4-' 7 1.
I'lkiDMO.NT f N A I.
Klne modrin S-r4m bui.alw, nn tstgr
corner rorlnT nearly lota, facing 2
stretta (me lawn and soma u- ,.ai
tr , In fait a autlful Lome i list ct
t he onr M4 and no he toouglit f-r
$ntM, en ari- tanst!a i'mi
Sit Board vf 1 rs-. Main .!:. A !.
11 A W 1 HlHt N t HMk
To lot lut, lmi.ru 4 w ii li a m-wif rn T
l04m IrnuM, lurna, full fHKil ha
mnt. t nr I M S nf t Ma w ihorre evt
'rie $.... wo; mnt;nt $', will tak
vacant r co" in s-i-ag ftw e-eunv
I-uHR E. KKAHf r ..
2d (l-Hir I'lumi'fr of tmmtw.
THB HOTAl. m ll.UINO CO
VM1 ..II 4-R. coti.. and atlie, Ne
4d nu t'tay. v ft. Ho of Itewthe'n
tv. p,at giass, douhly renslryc.ed. Iel
bas.rn.uu i.; will yea a ,g harg
e as terms, t a.i ssst 4.44.
P. H lie. pwns. .1 broker. r.eogn.sg
LMVF.KMTI I'AIIK sisp. til,. tt.'on
hnuit, 4 bedrooms, lot e 2 ..slisi. si,,
fruit tree.. hs! ! -surf at . all IB, a
nap at 4J3x. $.,hi now sn4 II. sv-1
month, on I '.k. ner rr.lll .i,
IAHUW A Al.kXAM
414 Cm Pelt bldg A I4I, Mm.lisll 2
HI KKAl MKAl) SUSP, .w.ll ti.w lnwl.n -roorn
hnusw. 4 ...uroom .k ,. It'-
ftiac. lJuuh kll'-h.n, lit .M-iltK. ...t
ng, a snap at $44ihj, $1.m oa nd l.s
per month; a bio, k. In car
ZUU' A AL.
414 Crt.tt i'lrts. A l a, M.f'.s'l ;
$ H O III .M i A Lu V 4 I
gaell, new, mod.rn. 6-rora huagalew .
flreplsie, o.k fliKtrs. Imtrh fcilrhee a '.
.lisp at -J'". li.n. oo.n sno H-f
moittli t.. Mo-k. from M.ihei...
J.AKOtV A AL.. AM'kH.
414 Coibpit hl'ls A It',,, M.r.h.n ?
LOl 14 Lit consiru, led houM, fl. l.rs.
rooms, full cement bssement. hs.h elt
toll.t gas and ."Irlnlr, lot h"10O. I
CrestoB, rlos. o , tho.il n"1 ritn.; ffli-.
reducd from $..'. t i;. ni,
11.. lit K"K 1HK )l.r F"l.k. 11'
Neat IIMI. a loom cn'ts,., wai.i. g..
and elerlrio light.. In flr.i-eis. ai.lti.i.
1 v, l.Uxks to rr; tree.. io..r ai4
g.rdrn In. $!M rs.h. Fred W. ti.imaa
tl4 I'hsni. r,f torn.
$1000 HNAP. 1 rill M"MH, INT. IM
4-ronm hou. p.a.i.r.a. te lots,
gsrden; will lak srsnt to . as f.'.i
fsm'iit I am l.simg -n, ang me.a
usme.a Ownirs out, slt'i 'r av. a.
lb. llswlhorn. car. Ask for .rroiL
Skis THlV-SKW HI N'!AI"W A gNAP.
B.iHK IIV PAHK I'lMHIi T
f.lu.'O. $s) down, es.r psmnls; T
rooms. ery stn.h; oak l.oors. I.l
plat, buffet. firepi.ee, double Il'e..
room, 1 remit mirrors, o.r.r. I.tKT .
V:t"HTli, I'ATIMl II F.NT $:"i
till IHIW.N AM IIU I'KK MU.NTK.
litoalott. with sm,l buua, ri b ! ;
en E. 41, t St.. on. blofg from rar J'l.oe.
Main :.i:, or call at 2al Vt'ilcoa km,
he. K'-i.ey or Kite.
LLAITIKIL non.e for .l. hr o-ter; a
beautiful horn. In Ho.. liy I ilk. t
rooms, all modern, with lie-foot front
ase. liaigaln II lake at oma r I. J'e
gonlsti. LI'.HT rooms, reslr.cl.d 1 . i r . 1 1 , on. U'l-n
from car. neatly new, ir.oero, flitur..
shades, it'll"" loU tdouv. w.v below
v.lu.; no .gents; t.rms. Call Viaodlawa
5-room hi.ne.ilow. linte.i, bs. etn.nl. let
corner, e4xlmi, fin s.ril.n, i'.ia, r.r 1
tlocka; -' down, llo ti.onlhlv bmltk
N soner Co f.li Hloik r.r l,s 1. 1 e.
" A ! ITa L, H Vk 1 A i X .
aluet .ell my modem ;,-i,,"iu hungslAw
at HIS Multnomah t., on. or twe la.
inusi h.v c.h. w.y l.,uw
1It plH,lie C l.t.V
"nTJlT'NKWLVWBOA TAK E .VOTliE.
4 -room CaL bungsiow, lot 401114. ee-
menl walks In and paid for; pric UK;
.U down. li niontlily. He. phot at T.
W. ormn Co.. 14 Chm. of ( om
VuC AHU LuOM.Nt
For that house w. ofl.r for Ml. en
Hl'.istla:. avenue. Council t're.t F'h, to
finer hurn.slt. In he cur. Call at 5t .il.
lug bldg. aud let us snow it lint pri'-
"bi.ii.d ON TOl H LOT.
W. will bul'.d en your lol I. ems like
rnt; flr.t-cl.es gusrent.ed woi k.
LJIUliENSI'irk A LAHdON CO.
J (ak Ht
1 have a
one b..ck from car, rloM to .tore got I.
aeil for h.lt price Thon. Thor
ITu.l.u houM anil I lots liK'sUi f.et 1
osk liro, on. block from cail n.; prle.
a (.00. Inquire II. O. Hir..ll"t. a.ar
Tll,ey tallon Phon. Oak Ute H.Sfk II
P.lTI.A.sr H.-i,.'ll7i .M I.I l JL .
Ho.nr. snd bom.Mes. .'I rr'S of Port-lsn-1
Height., p.'.eei to .how a
U II 1 pe 4'0 hou. In II OM C'lV f'.rk
for $..'. "' ' "' He.' H.,y In thl dl
trlct Inq'ilr. at .'7 K '-'h .1
sio 'osi ?,l,-, llh r'& lvsjoi, fine r
Improved, terr dcslr!.,. I nor.. Last
CliAHslIN'l houM ch.aa. I.M half
lrvlngton; bouse for ,.n fair .ned
unfurnished. Last l!$. W. H. Heidiaaa.
"" 70 BEUUCTIO."
n room, mooern. lo.e In ettegalew;
ewn-r n.ustsel. H H,iT-ihmi
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