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RALLIES ARE HELD
Junior Government Candidates
Speak on Street Corners.
IMPETUS GIVEN CAMPAIGN
Newsboy and Chapman School Of-fice-Seekers
Are Out In Auto
Trucks and Draw Crowds Plea
for Support Made to Lodge.
Street campaigning by candidates
for offices In the Junior Government
took a. new Impulse last night. Dozens
of the young candidates and their
friends were out "soap-boxing" from
prominent corners In tne Dusmess
tlon in a correct imitation of their
elders, who participated In the recent
The newsboys' ticket was out In
force, rolling about town in a big auto
truck and stopping at various corners
for short speaking programmes.
Chapman school came out again In
1U big auto truck, loaned by F. C.
Riggs, and with a "bally-hoo" of
friends and well-wishers spoke at the
corner of Sixth and Alder and at other
prominent points. Their campaigning
was assisted by volunteers from the
boys' fife and drum corps, whose lusty
preliminary racket proved an excel
lent thing to attract a good-sized
crowd on short notice.
Different candidates also spoke at
luncheons held in various parts of the
city yesterday. Alexander Rae, one of
the trustees of the Newsboys' Home,
for the benefit of which the campaign
is being conducted, appeared at the
luncheon of the Royal Arcanum and
explained the plan and asked support
NEW LAW AFFECTS FIRMS
All but Two Eugene Plants Under
Employes Compensation Act.
EUGENE, Or, June 30. (Special.)
All the Eugene manufacturers, except
two. so far as is known here, will come
under the provisions of the working
men's compensation law, which goes
Into effect tomorrow. One of these
two Is a flour mill, the other a news
"Nearly every plant In Eugene Is
willing to come under the new law,"
said E. J. McClanahan, president of
the Lane County Manufacturers' Asso
ciation, today. "We do not believe
that the law is by any means perfect
and there are some amendments which
we propose to bring1 before the next
Legislature. The present law is
good as far as it goes and is better
than none at all."
CHIEF HOLMES' PAY STOPS
Civil Service Board's Order Raises
New Issue With Dieck,
Another chapter in the long-drawn-out
controversy between Commissioner
Dieck and the Municipal Civil Service
Board, over the appointment of H. W.
Holmes to the position of chief of the
City Bureau of Highways and Bridges,
will be written within the next few
days, when Mr. Holmes attempts to
draw his June pay, which has been
ordered held up by the Board. What
step Commissioner Dieck will take Is
Mr. Holmes failed to pass a Civil
Service examination for the position.
Others did pass and Commissioner
Dieck was requested to select one of
them for the position, but Mr. Holmes
still occupies the position.
PROHIBITION VIEWS ASKED
Letters Are Sent to Nominees for
State Senate and House.
OREGON CITY, Or.. June SO. (Spe
cial.) A letter hast been sent to each
nominee for the State Senate and House
in Clackamas County, asking his
stand on the liquor question.
The letter contains two questions as
follows: "Are you In favor of state
and national prohibition of the sale
and manufacture of Intoxicating 11
uqorsT" and "If the Oregon dry amend
ment is not adopted by the people next
November and if you are elected to the
State legislature, will you .do all in
your power to obtain the passage of a
law prohibiting the Importation of in
toxicating liquors into dry territory?"
The answers to the letters will be
made public. asiCr fa
ALL COOS CAMPS TO PLAY
Fourth of Pulj- Plana Cover Several
Says at Two Centers.
MAJtSHFTELD, Or.. June SO. (Spe
claL) All Coos County logging camps
-will close down July 1, and the Smith
Powers Company will run a special
train, a distance of 66 miles, to bring
their outlying camp men into the cele
brations. The Smith camps will resume
on July 6, but a number of others will
remain closed until July 13.
Only two celebrations will be held
In the county, that at Myrtle Point
for two days, where they will have
-racing, and on July 3 and 4, at Marsh
field, where there will be street sports
: and surf board riding, parades and
SHOPS DEPEND ON MERGER
Dissolution of Kailroads Means No
Need of Plant, Says Official.
EUGENE. Or.. June 30. (Special.)
Bprlngfield. machine shops are contin
gent upon the failure of the attempt
to dissolve the merger of the South
ern Pacific and Central Pacific, ac
cording to D. W. Campbell, assistant
general manager of the Southern Pa
cific after a special conference with
Springfield business men.
Mr. Campbell says if the two lines
are separated the Southern Pacific
will have ample shop capacity in Port
land and that the Central Pacific will
have no need for a big plant at Spring
KELSO GARDENS JUDGED
State Bank Has Plan to Make Con
test Annual Affair.
KELSO, Wash.. June SO. (Special.)
The Better Garden Contest, conduct
ed this Spring by the Kelso State Bank,
was decided by the judges Saturday af
ternoon In favor of M. J. Lord; second
prise went to Frank Cay and third to
R. H. Thompson.
The bank plana to make the contest
an annual affair.
ABSTRACT: OH I IX LB.
PROMPT tSEKVICE at reasonable prices.
Pac.flo Title A Trust Co.. 1 Cna, of Coin.
K. STEPHA.N Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord aius pleat, bullous covered, goons
sponged.; mall orders. iseSAlder. HL Soi2.
ART MA.TIHk.bS YVOttKg.
ONLY scientifically thorough renovating In
the city. Advise us. East 870.
ASSAY EKS AN1 ANALYSIS.
GILBERT at HALL, successors Wells Co.,
ou y 10 did vouch oma-. .w
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing works. 14$ d St.
i R. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, coliaterml. etc. : consul
tation free. New otticea, 70., 70S, 70 oeu
lng toldg. Main open evenings.
W JO. iAtt" We.-.-e ,. .,
rnnnselloe.at-law. 320 falling bldg.
..... w i LirtKGI
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rag rugs. 188 East bin. BotH phones.
CELLULOID BUHONti, BAUOiia
" i.njAM PAUDANV.
A Mil. iitW W-nwow.i vv-
82 6m t i.ooe Main B1-- A 104.
wmi.ro Esteilo and William, Jr, Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodist In the city,
parlors, sua Gerlinger We, w- oor-
2d and Aider, Pnoua Mala 1S0L
CH1HOPODI and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
hiil Offices. Flledner blag. Main 84i2.
Dr. and Mrs. i'ielcner, painless chiropodists.
over tne iiaaei w ouu. awn -
DR. M'MAHON. m 4th and i.o Williams
ve. i.ady attendant bom offices; 18 ad
justments. 1U. Main 205. East 6628.
PR MARIE C. UNGER, chiropracUo neuro
path. Goo RothcuUd bldg. Marshall iUi.
CLEANING AND FBESS1NG.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
ecn wees, for $1.00 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
109 Stars. sL. bet. 6th and ttn. Mala 51.
COAL AN1 WOOD.
KNIGHT coal has no equal, a clean, hard,
quick-firing, long-enduring Utah coal. Al-
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. Adopt
Short Methods." short Adjustment Co.,
i;tt N. W. Bank bldg. Main Ui.
KETH & CO., Worcester bldg.
collections, nq cutu in.
Whiting-Ireland Dancing Academy. Allsky
hultf. 3d and Morrison, mwwu
dancing taught dally. Phone Main BOib
- UT KT-U ITVTft.
. Da-altT WnRKR.
D U RU 1LLE A7a"$5gCO.'"a 2d .L
BALLO'J t WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
. avrk Binfl
PAC1F 1C TENT & AWN. CO.. 1-8 N. 1st St.
. . . . . at
Baggage & omnibus Transfer. Park ot Davis.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES Pit
HALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery at Conf.. inc. 11th and Bverett
nuvwvwd ATI. nATTI.RRR.
HENRY WE1NHARD. 13lh and Burnslde
CASCARA BARK AND OBAFB ROOT.
KAHN HROS.. 181 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, LIME AND FLASTEB.
F. T. CROWE CO.. 45 Fourth Street
fllRiKKS TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSBET c DEVER3, 1-11 N. Front St
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.. 20T Ash
Stubbs Electric Co.. 6th and Pine sts.
PENDER LOSES APPEAL
SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS VER
DICT OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER.
Columbia County Man Convicted of
Killing; Mrs. Daisy Wehrmann Loses
Before High State Body.
SALEM, Or., June 30. (Special.)
The Supreme Court today. Justice Ram
sey writing the opinion, affirmed the
verdict of homicide In the first degree
in the case of John Arthur Pender,
charged with slaying Mrs. Daisy "Wehr
mann and her son, Harold, on the even
ing of September 4, last, at their home,
three and one-half miles southeast of
Scappoose, Columbia County.
The slayer entered the house In the
absence of Mrs. Wehrmann's husband,
who is a baker In Portland.. The wo
man was shot three times and her
skull was fractured. The boy also
was shot three times, the theory of the
prosecution being that he was slain
to prevent his testifying against the
Scratches on Pender's face after the
murder gave the first clew as to the
identity of the murderer. He lived
near the Wehrmann home. The shoot
ing was done with a pistol which had
been taken from a cabin of friends of
Pender, and It was shown that he had
once borrowed the pistol and knew
that It was kept In a trunk in the
house. In the absence of the residents
of the place the house was broken into
and the pistol taken. It was unloaded
at that time, but when replaced In the
trunk was loaded. Although he de
nied being guilty of the crime Pender
acted strangely, and it was generally
believed he was the slayer.
Other decisions were as follows:
J. W. Merrifleld t at., appellants, vs. Z. T.
lants; appealed from Multnomah County;
action to recover rents; reversed.
J. W. Merritield et al, appellants, vs. Z. T.
McClay. appealed from Crook County; suit
to foreclose mortgage; affirmed.
Portland's Building Directory
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
DTJNrWAY. RALPH B. Main 1530. .B29-5S1
VINCENT. S. X. A CO. Main 1684 1
KEASBT. DORR E. A CO. Main 1189.. -32
Board of Trade Building
BEACH. SIMON & NELbOS. Main B12S..708
Brokers. Stocks, Bonds and Grain.
OVERBECK COOKE CO.
A 633L Main 392 216-218
BARRETT PROS. Main tM9 302
WALLER. FRANK L. Main 8295 1018
Bonds. Stocks, Grain and Cotton.
WILSON. J. C CO. A 4187. Mar. 8858
Builders and Heal Estate.
SUMMERS, W. J. Marshall 8761.... .805-308
LPCT08. W. W. Marshall 834 818-117
NAD, FRANK. Main 721. A 2721.. Od. fir.
HOLT. E. H.. PIANO CO. M. 1998. .. .807-8
BAIN. JOHN. A 742. Main 6021 807
BAY CITT LAND CO. M. 1118. .. .701-702
KOLLK. DR.' D. W. M. 4183. A 7888.708-707
FnbUe Utility Specialist.
FOSHAT. WILBUR B. Main &278....1014
H, r. PALMER-JONES CO. Main 8699. .404
A A.V V.-.. V, .
. , , . , .
waltx, stage, dancing; lesaona, 25o; every
morning, aXternoon, evening; guarantee to
. 1 . . I . . wmr U Ball.. V. f UI A flSlire.
8ii Bth. bet. Btark and Oak. Main !Wi.
MR. and Mrs. Heath's academy; dancing
taught In all Its branches; class Fri. eve.
8 to 10. 231 V Morrison, cor. 3d. Mar. 818.
DR. A. W. KEENE, Majestio Theater bldg..
goift wasnmgton u awwwi
ELK. ivtit, HUSH AND XitKOAT.
Treatments uy specialists; glasses lltted. Dr.
Jt 1 catseaay. 017 bekum pi. 3d & Wash.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaireu. We do ail kinos of repair
ing anu rewinding; all worn guaranteed.
H M. H. Electric Co.. 81 First su North.
Phone Alain aiu.
WE BUV, sell, rent and exchange new and
second-nanu motors; repair work a spe
cialty. Western Eiectrlo Works, 21a itn.
fOLNDKK AND MACHINE VVOKK8.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East Sd and Haw
thorne. General macnine and loundry work.
KODAKS and bUl-PLlEa; d.v.lopmg.
prUiung and enlarging. PiKB & MARK
HAM CO., 846 Washington su
Engines, boilers, sawmihe bought, sold and
e changed. Tne J. E. Martin Co.. frortlaud.
MEBSEN Unit bEKViCE.
HAST K MESSMNGER CO., motorcycles and
Ulcyclej. Pnohe Main 6a. A 'Jllt'Z.
EM1D TH1EDHORN, violin UJ"
bevclk, au g euu ""
N AT L ROl'AllUC fHxaiCLANa.
DR. PHlLUfa. specialist la paralysis, ner-
... MIA Orevunian bids.
VOUS GUlVUiu "
A BIilHT nn hlarh Dricea
Why pay 85 to 810 for a
pair ol glasses wnen a can
M. Urtlll. uuab wlrh firKL-
quality leiues, goid-hlled Irames, as low
as 81.011 V Goodman, 1U1 Morrison su. nsiar
bridge, tiatistaction guaranteed.
57 R. B. Northrup, B08 Morgan bldg., cor.
phone Main 348; residence. East 1028.
PATENT ATTORN EVa.
Chamber of Commerce. Portland. Or.
nna vir.tor Bida.. Washington, D. C.
R C WRIGHT H years practice u. a.
and toreign pateuia ow
hone Main 8U1B. zz
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
. . uVDUlVTB
A'bers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshal
H. M. HOUoliiW. nwra w, aw
' " GROCERXES.
WADHAM3 A CO., ti-7o 4th St.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS,
WHOLESALE, 308-4 PANAMA BLDG.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO..
WHOLESALE ONL1. 411 PEKUM BLDG.
. -i- a: it A im
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 68-68 FrontBt.
' uides,"Telts. WOOL AND 1 CRS.
KAHN DHOS., lal Front St.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
Bast End ot Burnslde Bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
BTEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES.
V CHANNEL PLATES.
LEATHER AND SHOE STOKE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTICK CO., 74 Front; leather
oi every description, taps, mtg. findings
LEVIE. CEMENT. FLASTEB, METAL LATH.
i'he J. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Koche Harbor lime.
B. MALLORY A CO.. 231 Pine St.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Jolumbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 88 Fifth su
Hilda -Ward vs. W. H. Hamlin, appellant;
appealed from Jackson County; action to
recover personal property; affirmed.
Wesslnger et al. vs. Mlsche et al., appel
danta: appealed from Multnomah County;
petition for rehearing; denied.
Irene M. Cranston ve. Coast Life Insur
ance Company, appellant: appealed from
Baker County; action to reoover on life In
surance; affirmed. ' .
John Fllklns vs. Portland Lumber Com
pany, appellant: appealed from Multnomah
County; action for damages for personal In
juries; affirmed. '
LINN SCH001LS ADVANCE
County Board Pleased With Increas
EUGENE, Or.. June SO. (Special.)
The Educational Board of Linn County
met recently In the office of Superin
tendent W. Lv Jackson and after hear
ing the reports of the year's work,
with which it was well pleased, re-appointed
Joseph Benner, of Lebanon,
and P. E. Baker, .qf Brownsville, as
supervisors of their respective super
visory districts for the ensuing year.
The Board was especially pleased
with the results of the standardization
Bcheme, as many of the schools showed
Improvements which would, not have
been done had It not been Inaugurated.
About 60 schools have been standard
ized and a number of others reached
within one to three points. Half of
the schools In District No. 3 are stand
ardized. Bankrupt Realty Dealer tosane.
MAESHFIELD, Or., June 30. (Spe
cial.) L. D. Kinney, a real estate op
erator, who has twice been confined in
a private sanitarium, became violently
insane yesterday and was committed
to the State Insane Asylum today, after
being examined by Drs. William Hors
fall, C C. Taggart and E. E. Straw,
before Judge Hall, of the County Court.
Kinney's encumbered property Is about
to be closed out by a receiver to sat
isfy debts and obligations of various
sorts to the amount of $500.000.
I "S ! fi E a 5 tS
V ;5 " m !?
IM1 . i
GRAHAM. 6IDNES J. Main 4981819-1323
JOHNS, CHAS. A Main 838 1808-1308
KIMBALL. HENRY M. Mar. 630
MALARKEY, SEABROOK A
DIBBLE. Main 1501, A 5212. . .1500-1803
RIDDELL, H. H. Main 3685 22
STOTT A COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .608-610
M'CREDIB BILLARDS Second floor
METCALF. LYLE S. Marshall 2432.... 810
RAINEY, J. O. Marshall 8177 1804
U. S. MORTGAGE ft INV. Co 512
WAGGONER. GEO. E .800
SLAUSON. A. B. Main 9444 1011
H-NAUQHTON. AGNES PARSONS.M.4480 904
OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914.
niTrMTC hv J el- Mock, late
r U S Patent oilV'saTlTw. Bank bldg.
j q1SlER. Atty-at-Law, 503 Henry,
I w c SciixnUU Kng. and DraftKnaa.
I . -
I llf i&.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
oaice near 24th and York sts. Main 8488.
RTBBEBiTAMPB, BEAL8, BRASS SIGNS.
niipiyi A CP CT1UP WfiRKS.
231 Wash, st Phone Main ilO and A 71".
.-.-,.',. u nBU !t-2ii u n : used ma
chines 82 up; renting and repairing Main
bet. xamnui anu xajriw.
SEWING Machine Exchange; new and used
machines irom so up; i "rTu ,
261 laaihili, bet. 2d and 8d. Main 6281.
BMOWCAoK. BANK STORE HaTUKES.
a a n li ii a i i xTf ittl c o liith and Flander
New and old window display and cabinet
SHORTHAND, McEwans system, mastered
In less man eiu- wow, -j r--
meeting with unquaillied success in
York; private tuiuon. Apply M 88, on
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
niTr vn . enca crsa ft TstTtftAa
and commodious -story brick warehouse.
separate iron room.
lor vaiuaoiea, 11. "
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
lor shipment; special rates , inao. on goods
in our LiiiuuB ia .m
loreign poria. Main 6tti A
.. U"!S" "-r;.:: .narat
rooml We move and paca household
. good. tndpiano. and sn.p
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
.ror.uE.vA i in it t ana naifliwum -
Moyt sts. Main 647, A 224'!.
MANNINNG WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.
18th and Everett Sta
i annAm moved.
ujanos uiu o
packed and, shipped. Kfduced treht rat.
Through car service. lain 703, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER -CO., 474 Glisan sc.
cor 18th Telephone Main or A llbtf.
We" own "and operate two large class a
warehouses on termiual tracaa. Lowest
insurance rates m tue city,
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office. 186 Madison: general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage; transter
and lorwardlng agents. Phone Main 7ttfl.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins bept.
14 No profession otters equal oppor
tunity Catalogue free. C. Keane. Presi
dent 1818 Market St.. San Francisco.
BRADS HAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sts.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE. .
Portland W ire iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
FAINTS AND WALL FAPEB.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First St.
W. P. FULLER A CO., 12th and Davis.
FIFE. FIFE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front St.
FLCMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front st
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES ec CO., 1st and oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVEKD1NG & FARRELL, 140 Front St.
HOPE AND B1NDEK TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. loot of Ankenv.
SASH, DOORS AND liLASO.
W. P. r ULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
' SAWMILL MACHINERY.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
u' a i i ft l IT Kr
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 3d St
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OPTICIANS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wka. 2d and Columbia,
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situations Wanted Xeiuala.
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The Oregonlan will accept classified ad
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AUCTION SALE TODAZ.
Ford Auction House, 111 1st. Furniture,
carpets, ate Sale at I P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A M.,
furniture. 166-8 First St.
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 8,
R. A. M. A called convocation
of Portland Chapter, No. S. will
be held in their hall. Masonic
Temple, Portland, Or., tills
(Wednesday) evening, July 1,
1914. at 8 o'clock. Work In past and most
excellent degrees. Visiting companions will
be welcome. By order, E. H. P.
J. A, ALLEN, See.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
6, A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Wednesday)
evening, 7:30, East Eighth and
Burnslde. Visitors welcome.
Kotirrh of .Tulv committee meet
at 1 o'clock. Order W. M.
J. ii- l i u ii .vi l.n lj, secretary.
B. P. O. ELKS Members are requested
to meet this (Wednesday) afternoon, .l:id
o'clock, at the residence. 15a6 h.ast Taylor
street, to attend the funeral services of our
late brother, Daniel E. Brong, past exalted
ruler. Lockport, N. Y.. lodge. No. 41, B. P.
O. E. Visiting brothers invited to attend.
By order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAULDING. Sec
- MOUNT TABOR LODGE, NO.
48. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Wednesday)
evening, 7:80 o'clock, West Side
Temple. F. C. degree. Visiting
brethren invited to attend. By
order the W. M.
R. M. SPAULDING, Seo.
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
We will hold a short session In our hall.
First and Alder streets, this (Wednesday)
evening, after which we will prooeed to
the hall of Orient Lodge, No. 17. East Sixth
and Alder streets where we will hold Joint
Installation of officers with them. A large
attendance Is desired. Visitors always wel
come. R. OSVOLP. Secretary.
T inn REGULAR MEETING this
jS?2' (Wednesday) evening. East 6th
and Alder streets. Visitors cor-
vpjn uiauy lutnmi. . . 'j "...
Joint installation of the orflcers of Samari
tan anu orient i,wa a. vu, ...... ....
commiti.ee nas ut '.. ' . X. . V. -
W. W. TERRY, See.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. NO. 86,
O. E. S. Officers and members re
quested to attend the funeral of our
late sister, Sarah A Merrill, at 2
at F- 8. Dunnlng's funeral parlors. East
Sixth and Alder. By order W. M.
BARAH B. GUERIN, Secretary.
' MKITITVn NOTICES. I AMT78EMENTB. "iT!"-
AN OCCASIONAL MEETING of the Grand
Lodge of Oregon. A. F. AND A. M.,- will be
held this (Wednesday) evening, 7:45 o'clock,
at Vincent Hall. East 43d and Sandy boule
vard, for the purpose ot constituting Friend
ship Lodge. CHAS. BOLTS, Secretary.
PICNIC Masons and their friends are In
vited to attend a Fourth of July picnic at
Bonneville. Train leaves 9 A M.. returning
5:30 P. M. Adults, $1: children, 00c.
EASTERN STAR BOARD OF RELIEF.
PALESTINE LODGE. NO. 141.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Wednesday)
evening, at T:80 o'clock. Visitors
GEO. T. HOWARD. Secretsry.
FUNERAL FLOWERS AT LOWEST FRICBS
Beautiful wreaths, pillows and special de
signs at prices extremely low; casket
sprays as low at 81.60. Lubliner. florists.
as Morrison su, rwriisuu n
MARTIN A FORBES CO, florists. 847
Washington. Main 269, A 126D. Flowers
for all occasions arnsncanjr .-"-
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs ana sprays. sarauu
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7213, A S12L Sell
WOOD In this city, June 80, at the resi
dence. 1626 E. 7th street. Lydia Ann
Wood, aged 80 years. Remains at Hol
man's parlors. Funeral announcement
AGOSTI June 29, at the residence, 564 Ter
race Drive, Ettore Agostl, aged 20 years,
-beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. George Agostl,
brother of Constance, Alfred, May, Mar
garet and George Agostl. Funeral will
take plaoe from the above residence to
day (Wednesday). July 1, at 1:15 P. M.
Services at St Michael's Church, corner
Fourth and Mill, at 2 o'clock. Friends In
vited. Interment Mount Cavalry Ceme
tery. MERRILL In this city, June 28, at the fam
ily residence, Merrill's boathouse, barah
A. Merrill, aged 76 years, wife of G.
MerrlM, and mother of O. C. Merrill, G.F.
Merrill. Jr.. F. Merrill, Miss C. L. Merrill
and Mrs. G. W. Rhodes. Funeral services
will be held at the conservatory chapel of
F. S. Dunning. Inc., 414 E. Alder St., at 1
P. M. today (Wednesday). Interment Rose
BUSH At the family home. 12 East Four
teenth street North, June 29, Luclnda
Chase BuBh, aged B7 years, 1 month, i
days, widow of Colonel Daniel B. Bush.
Friends Invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at the above resi
dence at 10 A. M. today (Wednesday),
July 1. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
(Please omit Sowers.)
BRONG In this city, June 28. Daniel E.
Brong, aged 67 years. Friends Invited to
attend funeral services, which will be
held at the family residence, 1558 East
Taylor street, at 1:30 P. JI. today
(Wednesday). July 1.. Interment Mount
Scott Park Cemetery.
WOOD At the late residence. 36 North
22d St.. June 29. Mrs. Sarah F. Wood. Re
mains forwarded by the Holman Lnder
taklng Co. to Independence. Or., where
funeral services will be held at Buena
Vista and Interment In family plot.
ALEXANDER The funeral services of the
late Oscar Alexander will take place from
Dunning & McEntee'a chapel today
(Wednesday), at 11 o'clock. Friends In
vited. Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading tn
aeral director. 220 Third street, corn" Sal
mon. Lady assistant. A 1611. Main 667.
DUNNING M'lNTiiE, funeral directors,
a . i i.i .. . i ..,, inin 4:40. Lady at-
tendnnt. Oftlc'e ot County Coroner.
c in-vvivd ivr
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder St. EMtKnjiMo.
". T... i7t .- ivr. rnMP4T.2d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 281, Lady attendant.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
Containing 338 Aeiea.
Portland's Only Modern
Refined. Pleasing Bervleev
Complete Perfect Equipment.
1' rices and Terms Reasonable
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE,
n iiMvia and Bverett.
Phone. Kan 1423, B 2515. Open Day
c .11 nf rrualtv to this Office,
Lethal chamber forsmaH animals. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment s notice. iiy
siring- a pet may communicate with us.
w own some very desirable
factory sites with trackage and
moni-lVr.nt We can locate you
either on the Linnton Road or on
To responsible manufacturers
with a bona fide pay roll, we have
a most attractive proposition to
offer. It will pay you to investi
Empire investment Co., Inc.
401-7 BOARD OF TRADE BLDG.
proved CITY PROPERTY.
We loan oor own funds and money Is
available within 34 hours after receipt
of abstract. 64. and 7 per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWlUt
20T-8 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
nr. will build and
innM a home on Tour
lot or on any yon may
select. Pay for It line
rent. We guarantee
satisfaction. Call ana
T. E. BOWMAN A CO.,
Room 1, Commercial Club Bldg.
Main 0S6. A H6L
First Mortgage Loans
Money to Any Amonnt In Onr Poases
alon for Immediate Use, or t.
'fields a honetman,
1218-1223 Yeon Bldg. Main 1002.
PPOPFRTVANOCLOSEIN RESIDETNCf 5
NOBTHWESTtRN feANr eUll-OIMC
Western Bond Sc
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
80 Fonrm St.. Board of Trade Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
And Amount at Current Kates.
JOHN E. CR0NAN
902 Spalding Bldgr. 1'ortland. Or.
CITY &FARM LOANS
UNDERWRITERS LOAS AI u
220 Chamber of Commerce;.
Loans on Real -Estate
Contracts and Mortgages uougni.
. HARDING & TUTTLE,
3iS Chamber of Commerces
EJtri f T" HTH AND MORRISON
AlJCsIl-il"- MAIN 1 and ll'it
TONIGHT, 8:15 ALL WEEK
Special Price Matinee Saturday. July 4
In the Comedy drama
"THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS."
Evening Lower floor, 10 news. 12.00: 19
rows, 11.60; bal.. 1.00. 7Sc 60c. Satur
day matinee Lower floor, 10 rows,
fl.30; 12 rows, II; baL, 73c. 60a
Uatlnee Dally. Phooee Main and A !
Broadway, at Taylor.
LIANE CAKKERA. Anna HnW'i Daughter
JOHN AND MAE BL'KKB
PRINCE LAI MUN KIM
M. and MMB CORRADl.Nl'3 MENAGERIE
Three Shows Dally. 1 :0. !.
rOOI.KST PLACE IN TOWN.
CHAS. RAt HMAN A CO.
FIVE VIOLIN BEAUTIES
MAT1NI DAILY 2,30
Broadway at Alder.
"The Mikado." Mile. Alia Zandoff. Charles
Kenna, Los Angeles Ad Club lour. Mile
Leona Guerney, Kalnowskl Bros., fantaae
ecope. Orrhestra. Hoses and balcony seats
reserved, r nones. Main it.6, w.
Today Until Sunday
THE FALSE FRIEND
Second Episode of
ALL STAR TRIO
Popular Sonrs and Old-Timo
Three Other Big
10c ADMISSION 10c
Portland's Great Amusement Para
Complete Change of Programme.
Band onoerts at 2:80 and :ito.
Hawaiian Irouhadiours atiernoon and
, Al andr Jennie Dunatan, melodious
Bell and Van, who'll make yon
scream from start to finish.
Vaudeville at 4 and 10 P. M.
Wet or shine In the open-air covered
ALL Pl'KKOKMA NOBS FBER.
Cars at l irst and Alder. launches
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
JUNE 30, JULY 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Games begin weekdays at 3 P. M.;
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
Ladies' Days Wednesday and Friday
Loans of $1000 and up at lowest rates
on (jood Improved City Properties.
If you need money call today. Our
Installment payments are attractive.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-219 Northwestern Bank Building.
Improved quarter block, paying 7 per
cent net on investment oi ihij.uuu.
Half cash required. See owner, Robt.
J.-O'NeiL 701 Board of Trade Bldg.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BECK. William G., 314-81 Falling bdg.
BENEDICT BROS. (Burrell Heights), HSU
Hawthorne ave., cor. 81st. Tabor Dl.
PALMER-JONES CO., II. P.. 4U4-4UJ-406
Jenning & Co. Main 1S8. 206 Oregonlan.
ImprOTements paid: fine lot. with trees,
on lKth. between Stanton and Siskiyou.
This is way below the market.
H. P. PALMEK-JONES CO.,
404 Wilcox bias.
30O BUYS a hi acre, only 15 minutes" car
ride. West Side, 5c fare; $10 down. $3 per
month. If you are looking for a borne sice
with a big future this will suit you. M. E.
Le, 522 Corbett bldg.
IRVINGTON snap: lot 50x106. facss on two
streets: worth S400U; must sell; 12100, all
cash; on Welriler, near 22d st.
ZADOW ft ALEXANDER,
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1416. Marshall 92.
lj DOWN and 1 per week, Inoludlng in
terest, will buy lot 50x101). In restricted
district; cement walks; price 450.
GOCDARD A WIEDRICK,
243 Stark St.
HOSE CITT PARK CORNER.
Facing east, 40th and Tillamook, 1 block
to Sandy boulevard; this beautiful 11200
corner goes at t-lOO cash. Main 85S0.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Homes and homesltes, all parte of port,
land Height; pledged to show you.
Marshal: 4"27. BROOKE. AfWS.
$750 BUYS a fine i-acre cn the West Side;
15-mlnute car ride; 5c tare; best velue
In the city; only 10 down, $10 per month.
M E. Lee, 622 Corbett bldg.
FLORAL PARK Lot !10xl"0, corner E. 22d
and Ellis sts.; $750, $100 cash, balance
easy John P. Weston Co 1M1 North
western Bank bldg. Main 402O.
. IRVINGTON, $1450. TERMS.
Close to Broadway car. see Tufford,
408 Spaldimr bldg.
BlGGEST bargain In the cltv. 83x108. 2
blocks 23d and Washington. $4000. caah.
Erl-'kBon. 345 Washington st.
100x100 CORNER. on Knott St., near
Srtwdwny car; price $4000; terms. Call
log Spalding bPlg.
50x100 LOT, close to Union ave.; Improve
ments ail JiBin; win set, in vssu.
eV)5 Concord bldg.
For Sale Beax h Property.
EIGHT beautiful lot Bayocean Beach,
S00. Terma. 824 Worcester bldg.
j si r
THK I Al.il.H. MJAMDK.
This beautifully furnished cottage
offered for :. Prl. e .. ".
H. P. rAl.MKK-Jl'NKS CO..
M Hi. us 1 Id.
SAI.TAIR. oa Tlilamwk l'
h; to ..od
Iihs. esrh J.)Xll)0. nirelv
40 feet from the oceau, llJO inH, tsrma.
O 7, oreiionian.
NEW mudera cottage, on bh frost. er
looking ecean. nesr Graiharti at sa.
riflce Mr. Wella slain
KtR SA1.K New 7-ruvm house. Soft KeutS
Hoard Walk. Apply premises or bn 14.
VALt'B, $:oy ?AI.B PWICH, $?IOO.
IUVNEB 0OlNi EA.- T.
Must be sold In so days, a fine l-rsom,
doul'le constructed house, built tr es ur
for home; full t.ssenirnt, tsih. psa sise
trio llaUts and st at lotisi v ture . lotOlss
fenced, nice lawn; tsarina fruit trses,
roses, chicken .ark and house; hsa view
of mountains and river, elevation festi
two blocks fnra car: terms, ll cash,
balance 1 years. This is a brrm. S
trade. Taks Rose Ol fark ear to l
su and svs Austin.
UREGORV INVESTMENT CO.
SNAP $2780 TS.HMJ,
Strictly modem P. -room bungalow, brand
new, with sloepliig porrh. osk f oei,
waterproof euncrnte basement and floor,
all necessary built-in features, fu-ep.ars,
large aula, hard surlsca sta. seser;
everything In a most complete home; lot
60x100, ii blocks bandy boulevard.
OWNER, 10TT SCHUYLER.
Rose City ears te Beth, thea S hlocks
A rANDT 4-rom bungslowj douMe con
struction, basement, L'utch kllrhn. built
In bookcase, buff, t and ilisat(esi lug bsd:
moI, rtl plumOitiK; street iini'rov . mrnis
paid; m blo.ks to pr; lot (t'lltm, ill
take In gtHid lot on first psniitt If clesr
of Incumbrance, balsnoa on eaey terms.
Take Rose City Tatk car to .d SL and
OHWORV INVESTMENT CO.
Jl'ST COMl'LETKl), my cioe-ln i-room
bungalow and sleeping porch, Itsrdwood
floors, furuaoe, fuepl;tce. 2 bsihrouni",
ln'-ge garase with cement drletsay,
loo loi. tixtutos and shades, plsle-glsss
windows; evrrythlng the best among fine
homes; prico $io.ov, win tske sulomol.il,',
lot or acreage up to $'NM as tirst pavment
and niase very easy terms on balsn;
lot cost I.154MI. csn ront It lor $.0 per mo.
Call owner. Tabor M'.4.
VALUE. $3HHI. PALE PRICE, $3VK
A modern 6-ronm bunsalow, doubts con-strut-tlon;
corner lot, a.i Improved; Itot
blocks lo car; fine looation; otstu-r leaving
city; terma. $lliol caell. balance 2 eara
Take Hose City l'ark cur to 72d St. attd
Ult&GORY INVESTMENT CO.
THAT VACANT LtT.
WHY NUT TL'KN A 1 HPTV 1NT(
INCOME? WE WILL H'HSIMl T H hi
MONEY. nl'II.P A 1'A I1TM r.M RKM
HENCE OR ANYTHING. I'UANH Fit I- K ;
Whl A It E REM'UNaillLE. WW k."V
HOW. TALK. W ITH ol'H CLIENTS. M ul
OUR WOKK. WILL GIE HoM'S.
L. II. KtllrKt CO.. I'l'.NT K At I I NO
ARl'HITEt '1.4, 1121 A It I N'lT' i 111. !.'
Modorn up-to-dste I0-ro,tm house In
cluding fireplace slid furnac. located oil
E. l.Mii st. S. : lot ooxloo. paved slreot;
Improvements all In slid r 1,1 ; th'S huie
cost $75oO; will sell lor $j;ou on teiius
McKENIE CO., Mil lerl!nsr Hldg.
It.'.OH HUM hi ..oo.
Fins modern l-room bungs, ow In I'led
mont, on lase corner covering nearly I
lots and facing t streets, fine lawn and
some fine shade trees; a fine home at a
big snsp; cost the owner s..0u; (or sale
at Issou on sny reuae teruia,
UIU SM Ik Htil.l'S.
1 posrd of 'lis.le. Main 7 4 M. A "!
$J00 I.AliiA 1 I 1 I 'It N $.'oo
New 8-roont modern house; 4 t'e.lrooms,
sleeping porch, den and tireekfast-room,
8 nrep.BCes. osk doors. Itutch kltrh",
lot fioxll, worth $te'tM. now f.oo. $.t"t
down and $.'' per month, two btocks lo
Hawthorne. Why psy rent?
ZAKOW i, ALEXANPKK.
414 Corbett ltltg. A I4HI. Mstshsll 0:
$2t50 bus l.tsnd new bnngslow; $.'OH
d'tAti. bal, monthly; 5 rooms and bstn,
fireplace, fu.l basement. dtc.'l .lo.it.
flouts, loiriet. gas. e.etMrl'-lt v . lot f.ox II.'..
Rose City I'stk vsr. eenient walks. It's
neat and tsslv: electric f'ntnre., iertrlo
Iron, shades, go with It. t'ttfitr, ftinuaa,
Tabor SO40; tseek dss. labor 54,y
$1150 1 HvT.ufoS" h.N AP It'.jtT.
New, modern ro":n house, 4 b1 1 ooitts,
firepisce. osk floors. Ltutctt kitchen,
hsrd-surface in snd paid, est fsclng, s
bis snap at $o7ou; ojO auaa and $i,"
ZADOW A ALEXANDER,
414 Corbett lUtlK. A 14 l. .Marshall 2.
ilAWTHoU.NI-: Ins I I. It I.
Brand-new u-rooiu house, comer lot:
bevel plate-glass windows, cut gtass In
bufTot and bookcase doors; douhie con
structed, building psper l.eteeen. It is
a beauty; must be seen to i.e appreciated.
Call owner end bull'ler, Tabor 54.l. ine
price IS nirt rn-i nnu ex-, leioie.
,.i,tu i u c i vi :t. is: ii 4 ri n a i n'
$5oo will buy S-rooin ivb.dems, bass.
ni.nl, bath, gas. electricity, comer lot,
X100; both streets bsrd-surlsced snd
paid; 2 blocks ftom lrviuton tar; $.'"tl
GODDARD At WIEDRICK.
1143 btark St.
$25 DOWN, $15 month. Including Interssl.
buys niod'tru bnnKSlow; cement bssemeut.
Price $15tj, froxlou lot. Tske be.lwood
car ond transfer lo end of Eriol Heighwi
line Sunday. Ask lor wick man gt Tetpe.
ATter Mutlduy tall 2t Washington SL
Minn 0-i.H. A Hi" 7 Present t.m s.l.
CoMI'ELl.LD TO SELL for $-. plelty
room and bath colrsge on sislitiv corner
lot, modern plumbing, street hard-surfaced.
eerthing psid for. one blocs from
car and Jefferson High scbool; reasonable
terms, niinitt rent. X fcd. oregomsii.
IIOMH; FOIt THE OLl FOLKS. $1100.
Neat little S-room cottage, water, gaa
snd electric lights. In firt-eiBs district,
1 k blocks to car; tnes. Iluwers and
garden in, $50 cash. Fred W Usrmaa Co..
M4 Cham, of Com.
MUST sell at once r.ew 6-room bnngslow.
Rose City Park; cement basement, iur
nace; garden, shrubbery, f.owors. fine
lawn; electric fixtures, curtains, draperies;
leaving city : lei ina. Oa ner, 611 Last 4Uth
J'hone l at,or 4 it;t.
UOURLE constructed house, five Istgs
rooms- full cement bssement, bath and
toilet, ' g.is end electricity, lot Soxloti. In
Creston, close to sell. n, and csr,ln;
price reduced from 0 to $1760. bse
"TOll SALE TO SETTLE A.N ESTATE."
40 ft with 1 smail house; 60 ft. with I
larwe house, and 10 ft. vacant, sth and
tiroiroii sts., Marchinont Addition. AUdies
F. W. Porter, 1014 Campotll St., K-ansas
iivKtiAiN $1Mi"o Nflw, rno.iern. 5-rooiu
I, mallow-, line corner lot, futuies. tras,
fruit trees, good buy at $lMii and
terms. Wood. awn -'-. -J. And. Ulo Liberty
$500 DOWN payment. bslants ss-.ns aa
rent for beautilul neiv six-room bungalow,
modern In every detsil. East Pherman.
near 2t)lu. W. J. Bunimera. 80o Lewis
LET 13 BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own plans
or ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOM EBUI1.PERS.
1.1.10 Northwestern Hank bldg.
TQU NEWLY WEDS, TAKE NOTICE.
4-room Cal. bungalow, lot 60x114, ce
ment walks In and paid for; price IJOOOl
to down. $1. monthly. See photo at IT.
W. German Co., $14 Cham, of Com.
gWE 1 1. Two-family mn.iein fist. 5 and
rooms; rental value -' . a snap at $7;'".
gii.nu down snd :.o p-r montli: on Esst
Yamhill St.; walking distance, h-e nwn-t,
171 E " Id near Belmont. Phone fc: apt 514.
I5u Bl-YS a 5-room bungalow, not com
uleted $25 casn, $n per month; excellent
view. West tide. M. E. Lee. 6.2 Corbett
$H DOWN, s nionihiy, bus loxeO, wait
new 8-rooni house; price t,oO, A, .
Marsiera. Main Hol7. Tabor li.o.
4-ROOM house and 2 lota luuxl45 feet in
Oak Grove, one blm-k from curilne, price
?,ai 00. Inquire H. G. Mark w eat her, near
lsley 8'atlon. Phone risk tiroe R,a--k 17.
UOUHES In Irvlngton for two-thirds their
value. Choice location, sisu iun. uuusea
furnished and unturnlshcd for rent, kaat
2711. W. H. Herdmsn.
IRVINGTON bungalow, t rooms and sleep
ing porch, den, 2 fireplaces and furnace;
all Improvements In; price $;tu; by aa
er Phone Eset 414 or C H6.
-.,t, ;a! .-. owner. 5-ioom bouse.
lot. nice lawn, garage, 2 blocks rsrlins
ttriVe rtsflon.lhle t'nil Woo.!,ato It.'.i7.
Flv E-ROoM inodetn bungAlow at Id.'iO l.ss
than COSl. ' l vhph ww,i,eu . wos.
C 1-45. si .Multnomah St.
IRVINGTON Full nOKlOO lot. good $-room
hOUSe. S.'OVV, iroril viie,, OIUl .
F.xch. Mdg.. od srd Timlilll,
NEW. modern, fl-room bungalow, cheap, $i&
casii, $lo month. Owns.-. Main P'.'7H.
IRVINGTON New 7-room house. '.'5th and
fitanton Sts., varsaia. aui iivs