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THE MORXTXG OREGONIAtf, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914.
REELS WIN PLAUDITS
"Vendetta," Corelli Story at
Majestic, Is Beauteous.
LONDON THRILLS AT STAR
Peoples, Colombia, Globe and Sun
Bet Also Present New Shows
Which Teem With Gasps
Marie Corelll's "Vendetta" Is being
presented at the Majestic Theater for
four days, beginning yesterday. The
roles are enacted by an all-star cast of
Italian actors. Mme. Reglna Badet, Im
personator of the Countess Roman 1, In
terprets her role artistically.
George Baud enacts the role of Count
Roraani, and Charles Ang-elo Is well
cast in the role of the artist.
The Incident of the play, which the
author declares in her preface are
founded on fact, take place in Naples In
1884, during the cholera epidemic. The
play centers about a man, wno, tninit
lne he is afflicted with the cholera, al
lows himself to be buried to protect his
wife and child.
He awakes in the coffin, escapes and
by a prank of Fate finds a key to his
house In one of his pockets. He returns
home to find his wife in the arms of his
artist friend, and his beloved baby
His revenge Is complete when the
woman, who has ruined his life, gives
up hers in the ghost-peopled vault
yhere his ancestors He.
A ...... ..nrndl. "Choplnclf
head," concludes the offering.
"ELUSIVE TREASURE' FEATURE
Under the Ocean Scenes Are Shown
at Columbia Theater.
"The Elusive Treasure Chest" is the
big hit on the bill which opened yester
day at the Columbia. The 12th episode
of "The llillion-JJollar Mystery aeais
with the finding of the much-sought
after treasure box of the mysterious
man of millions by an old sailor and its
subsequent loss in the ocean, from
which it is recovered by a diver. The
"under the ocean" scenes are wonder
ful. A splendid heart interest drama en
titled "Granny," by the Majestic play
ers, with Dorothy Glsh in the leading
role, Is another offering which pleased.
This is the story of a little girl who
supported herself and her aged grand
mother by hard work. Although
greatly abused by her employer and
discharged, she returns good for evil.
An avalanche in which a miner is
caught is shown in "The Stolen Ore."
The Keystone players appear in "Mas
queraders." which contains many
This bill runs until Sunday.
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonabia prices.
acmu una oc j. rust co., i co. oz com.
K. STEPHA.V Hemstitching and scalloDinK.
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, goods
t mail oraere. 283 Aiaer. Jfl.. S5i3.
ASSAVEBS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 12 V, 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bougnt.
GILBERT & HALL, successors Wells ft
0 to 613 Couch bids., 10 tth. Main
J. R. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul
tation free. New offices, 707, 708, 709 Sell
ing bids. Main 4893. Open evening.
WM. M. LAFORCE.
Counsellor-al-Law, 220 Failing Bldg.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rag ruga 18 East Stli. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
12 5th si. Phone Main S12 and A 1254.
William, Eatelle and William, Jr., Deveny.
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors. 202 Gerlinger bldg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1201.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices Fliedner bldg. Main 2472.
DR. M MAHON, 121 4th Chronic cases, 18
treatments $10; others less. Main 206.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co., 21 First st. North.
Phone Main 9210.
TEAMING. hauling, excavating; sales
stable. A. P. Morse, 355 Front. Main 5720.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works, East 3d and Haw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing
printing ana enlarging. Pim & MAxiji
HAM CO.. 345 Washington st.
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS,
281 Wash. St. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SEWING machines, new, 820 up; used ma
chines $2 up, renting and repairing. Main
0431. Sewing machine Emporium, 190 3d.
bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
Engines, boilers, eawmllls bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO.. motorcycles and
oicycies. rnone Mam 03, A 2153.
FILMS, machines, supplies rented or sold.
united turn Co., 226 2d st.
Emil Thlelhorn. violin teacher; pupil Sevclk,
-t'( riiecr.tr oiag. A 410c, iia:. i'j.u.
PIANO STUDIO, 289 14th, Near Jefferson;
moaem metnoas. r-none Alain aava.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. txj uregoniau blag.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
GLOBE SHOWTXG BIG COMEDY
Joseph Knowles" Life In Forest Also
Depicted by Film.
Laughter reigns supreme at the
Globe Theater. "Bungling Bunks," who
endeavors to win the girl he loves, ap
pears in the best animal comedy since
"Wild Animals at Large." His hunting
expedition in Africa Is one big scream.
The monkeys, tigers, lions and ele
phants seem to combine against him.
To cap the climax he finds himself
obliged to choose between a lion's den
and a woman. Needless to say, he takes
the woman. He takes a live lion home
to prove his prowess and when that
animal breaks loose, fun and excite
ment follow In rapid succession.
Joseph Knowles, "the nature man,"
Is seen in a reel taken in the wilds. He
Is shown catching fish without a line,
making fire without a match, writing
without a pen and doing other wonder
Francis X. Bushman appears In the
role of an athlete in "The Masked
Wrestler." This bill holds until Satur
day. JACK LOXDOJf THRILLS STAR
"The Odyssey of the JTorth," Four
Reeler, Is Feature.
Another of Jack London's successful
Stories. "The Odyssey of the North,"
with scenes laid in the land of seals
and Esquimaux, is being shown at the
In four reels of magnificent photog
raphy the etory of the ignorant native
and the aggressive white man is told.
The play centers about the native and
his search for the white man, who stole
his beautiful young wife. In great
cities, over trackless snows, through
pathless forests. the white man s
Nemesis pursues him. Finding him
finally, the native lures him over the
mountains from which no man has ever
returned, tempting him with the prom
ise of gold.
Hobart Bosworth. famous for his
Interpretations of Jack London's char
acters, is seen In the leading role.
The photography and the acting In
this film deserve commendation.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
809 Stark St., bet. 5th and 6th. Main 514.
Accounts, notes, Judgments collected. "Adopt
snort aietnoas. esnort Aajusuaeni Co.,
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Main 974.
A FIGHT on high prices.
wny pay 13 to JS10 for
I pair of glasses when I can
lit your eyes with first
aualltv lenses, eold-lilled frames, as low
as $1.50? Goodman, 101 Morrison St., near
Driage. natistaction guaranteed.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1796
Xo collections, no charges.
PROF. WAL WILSON'S Waltz hesitation,
one-step, two-step, schottische; lessons
Zito morning, afternoon, eve.; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
85 H 5th st., bet. Stark and Oak. 4 private
lesbona gj ; $ classes. Phone Main 7637.
ilK. and Mrs. Heath's Academy. Dancing
taught in all Its branches; class Mon. and
Fri. eve. 7 to 9. Assembly after. Lessons
dally. Morrison, cor. 2d, Mar. 3ia.
DR. A. W. KEENE, Majestic Theater bldg.
351 rj Wasnington st. Marshall 3206.
EYE, EAR. NOSE ANDTHBOAT
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 808 Morgan bldg cor.
Broadway and Washington streets. Office
phone Main 349 ; residence. East 1028.
DR. GEORGE R. WELLS, 532 Morgan bldg.
Hours 2 to 6 P. M., and by appointment.
Office, Marshall 331; res., Marshall 1070.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 34eu.
T. J. GEISLER, Att'y-at-Law, 503 Henry.
Wm. C. Schmidt, Eng. and Draftsman.
B, C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. S.
and foreign paten ts. 600 Dekmn bldg
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
a. t). casaeaay, on jjeicura n. sa at waen.
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts in feather
dyeing, cleaning and remodel
ing, mounting birds of paradise
our specialty. "THE PLUME,''
258 Morgan bldg. Main 4009.
SHOES HALF SOLED
in 10 minutes
while you wait.
York Shoe Repair Co..
243 Alder St,
SHOWCASE, BANK A STORE FIXTURES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10th and Flanders
New and old window display and cabinet
FOR reasonable prices see Western Fixture
& Showcase Co., 48 N. 10th. Mar. 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts., Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipments, vans for mov
lne. reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in through cars.
Main 5640, all department.
Main 1. A 1111.
THIS AND NEXT WEEK.
Afternoons 1:15 and 3 Nights 8:30.
PAUL J. RAINEY
Second Expedition Motion Pictures
i ANT SKAT
ANY TIME :
RESERVED SEATS AT NIGHT.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New lireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams lor moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage Office and warehouse, 16th and
Hoyt sts. Main 54", A 2247.
C O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Offices
and commodious 4-story Dnca wacuuuuac.
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
for valuables, N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment; special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 590, A 296.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.,
loth ana uvereit ots.
Pianos and household goods moved,
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
on household goods to and from East,
through car service. Main 708. A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GUsan su.
cor. 13th. ieiepnone usin ow ur a
We own and operate two large class "A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates in city.
Main 2, A 5360.
Geo. L. Baker. Mur.
Home of the Baker Players. Tonight,
all week, matinee Saturday. Most sen
sational stock opening ever known In Port
land. An instantaneous hit. Elsie Fergu
son's great success.
"SUCH A LITTLE QUEEN."
ifirst time In the West. Evenings, 25c, S5c.
?S.C- J0' Box 100 Matinees. 25c.
60c. Box 75c. Next week."The Master Mind "
lO Big Features lO
CON TIN 1 Uls Afternoon, 130 to 6:o.
night, 6:30 to 11:00: Sundays. 1:00 to li:0O.
PRICES Afternoons, lOo and 15c
Nights. 15c and 25c
The onl residence undertaking establish
ment In Portland with private driveway.
Main V. A 15SS.
J. P. FINLBT & SON.
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing 333 Acre.
PortlauU'a duly Modera
Perpetual . Car Cemetery.
Ref Inrd. Plvaalaa; Servlr.
Complete. P e r t m o t Bqulpsaeag.
PrK-ea sad Tcrai Reaaoaaala.
vrjmu 'it it urssi . . f.nm
MATINEE MILY 230
Broadway, at Alder Street.
WEEK SEPT. 7. Meulo Moore's Fair . Co
eds. Schiller's Stringed Quintet. Kltner.
Haynes and Montgomery. Heraa and Pres
ton. Chase and Latour. Underwood and
Underwood War Service. Mutual Weekly. Box
and first row balcony seats reserved by
phone. Main 4686, A 2236.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE-
Office, law Mauison, general meiunumiw
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7bUl.
S F VETERINARY C01uUfc.Li.fc. begins ept.
14 No profession offers equal opportunity.
Catalogue free. C. Keane, president, 1818
Market st., San Francisco.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURED 3
M. Wada & Co., S22-26 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE A IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
ALTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLii BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d at.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
RAKnAGK CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES & SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery & Conf., inc. 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD, 13th and Burnslde.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., 191 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe & Co., 46 Fourth street.
COFFEE. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSET & DEVEKS, 1-11 N. Front
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO., 207 Ash L
Stuobs Electrical Co., Oth and Fine sts.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO., 53-66 Front st.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Was., 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First at.
The New Lyric Musical Comedy Co. presents
LOVE AND WAR
A Smlle-a-Minute Cocktail of Mirth and
Music. Two performances nightly, 7:30 and
8:10, lSc and 25c. Matinee daily. 2:80, any
seat 15c. Friday night. Chorus Girls' Contest.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
T GRAND All:, ..
Between Davla aad Everett.
I'honea Eaat 142S. B 18)13, Oyea Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this offic.
Lethal chamber for small anlmala. Horse
ambulance for alck or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one de
siring a net may communicate with ua
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
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 AND ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS I. MASTIC & CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front A Marshall.
& CO., 69
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCracken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime
F. B. MALLORY & CO., 221 Pine st
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co., -S3 Fifth st.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN si CO.. 2d and Taylor streets.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, S4-S6 Front st-
M. L. KLINE,
AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
84-86 Front St.
W. BALTES & CO.
1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDI.NG & FARRELL. 140 Front st.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO., foot of Ankeny.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO., 68 Front at.
MORGANWALL PAPER CO., 230 2d at.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS A OPTICIANS.
BUTTERFIELD BROS., MOHAWK BLDG.
BRADSHAW BROS., Morrison and 7th sts.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia
Arthur I. Moulton for Prohibi
tion and Suffrage.
LABOR PROBLEMS IN LEAD
Redaction of 3hlld Workers and Re
striction on Employment of
Women, Trust Regulation and
State Development Mentioned.
JUNCTION CITY SHOW NEAR
Fifth Annual Pumpkin Exhibit Will
Take Place September 17-19.
JUNCTION CITYTbr., Sept. 9. (Spe
cial.) The fifth annual pumpkin show
of Junction City will be held here Sep
tember 17, 18 and 19. The interest
manifested by the people signifies that
there will be an abundance of agricul
tural displays and industrial exhibits.
The prize exhibits will be taken to the
Lane County fair and to the State Fair.
A large number of cash prizes and a
handsome silver cup are offered for the
best individual exhibit of sheaf grains,
grasses and seeds.
The first pumpkin show queen will
preside over all the events. The Wo
men's Improvement Club was the In
stigator of this plan. Miss Hannah
Peterson was elected queen and Miss
Arda Kirk. Grace Jackson, Florence
Cooley and Grace Leppert will serve
as maids of honor.
PEACE THEME AT CAMP
Grand Army Veterans Hear Talks
and Music at Grants Pass.
GRANTS PASS, Or.. Sept. 9. (Spe
cial. With the rain-clouds entirely dis
appeared, the sun shining, and 1000 vet
erans and their families out, "Peace
was the topic of addresses of "Ashland
Day" at the reunion of the Grand Army
of the Republic
Rev. J. S. Smith made the principal
address, deploring the war and urging
peace. In the afternoon and night, a
programme of music and addresses was
given to even larger crowds. Tomor
row General William S. Smith. 85. one
of the last of the division commanders,
The encampment grove is festooned
with lights and nearly all of the tents
are filled. The Relief Corps had charge
of the night programme yesterday.
Nation-wide prohibition and unl
versa! woman's suffrage are two of the
Important planks In the platform of
Arthur I. Moulton, Progressive and
nrohlhltion candidate for Congress in
the Third Oregon District, who an
nounced his campaign doctrines yes
terday. He takes a stand, also, for "social
nnd industrial justice." for greatly in
creased restrictions on child labor and
the employment of women, for em
ployment of the unemployed, for strict
regulation of the trusts and develop
ment under Federal supervision of
the country's natural resources and of
Recall at Judges Favored.
He favors the Initiative and referen
dum and the election and the recall
of Federal Judgea He would provide
dlreot presidential primaries and the
elimination of all forms of conven-tiona.
"The Democratic party," he says, "has
only one distinctive National principle,
and that Is the doctrine of 'state's
rights." I believe that this doctrine
should be limited In many essentials.
For Instance, the President's asser
tion that the great social and economic
problems of woman suffrage and pro
hibition are problems for the state to
control is wrong.
"I stand for effective legislation
looking to the prevention of industrial
accidents, occupational diseases, over
work, involuntary unemployment, and
other injurious effects incident to
Safety Standards Advanced.
"The fixing of minimum safety and
health standards for the 'various occu
pations, the prohibition of child labor,
a living wage scale in all industrial
occupations, both for men and women.
the prohibition of night work for wom
en and an eight-hour day for women
and young persons, one day's rest in
seven for all wageworkers, the eight
hour day in continuous 24-hour indus
tries, and complete publicity in all
matters relating to hours, wages and
"I stand for standards of compensa
tion for death by industrial accident
and injury and trade diseases which
will transfer the burden of lost earn
ings from the families of working peo
ple to the industry; the protection of
home life against the hazards of sick
ness, irregular employment and old age
through the adoption of a system of
social insurance adapted to American
use, and the establishment of schools
for industrial education under public
control, and encouraging agricultural
education and demonstration in rural
Organizations Are Indorsed.
"I favor the organization of men and
women workers as a means of protect
ing their interests and of promoting
their progress and meeting the or
ganized opposition of such institutions
as the manufacturers' associations and
employers' associations. Meet union ,
"The exiting concentration of vast
wealth under a corporate system, un
guarded and uncontrolled by the na
tion, has placed in the hands of a few
men enormous, secret and uncontrolled
power over the daily life of the citizen
a power insufferable in a free gov
ernment, and certain or aDuse.
"This power has been abused, in
monopoly of National resources, in
stock watering. In unfair competition
and unfair privileges and, finally, in
sinister Influences on the public
agencies of state and Nation. I urge
the establishment of a strong Federal
administrative commission of high
standing, which shall maintain perma
nent active supervision over industrial
corporations engaged in interstate com
merce, or such of them as are of public
More Acres Held Need.
"The natural resources of Oregon
should be developed for the benefit of
Oregon's people. l.et Congress and the
state unite to put every acre of public
land fit for cultivation in the hands of
a home owner.
"Free trade is destructive "of Ameri
can industries. But In many instances
a protective tariff is used by machine
politicians to foster special privileges.
Let us have a nonpartisan tariff com
mission, thus taking the tariff question
out of politics and putting the tariff
on a sound basis.
"The Panama Canal should be used
primarily for benefit of the people.
Ships engaged in American coastwise
traffic should pay no tolls. The terri
tory on which the canal is located was
honestly acquired, and we should pay
Colombia nothing for that territory
now. The proposal of the Democratic
Administration to pay $25,000,000 to
that country should be promptly re
jected. "The present currency bill Is good as
far as It goes. But the banker class
should not be the only class to be
aided. Our farmers should have the as
sistance of National credit, as well as
others engaged In the development of
"Oregon, by the neglect of the old
school of politicians, who were more
Interested In the pork barrel and th
protection of the business concerns who
furnished their campaign expenses than
in the state, has been unfairly treated
In the disposition of the reclamation
fund and In other matters. The J8.000,
000 due Oregon from the reclamation
fund should be repaid and expended In
Oregon for development purposes.'
A chance once In a lifetime. Very
highest grade pianos and talking
machines of all makes. Most costly
Instruments made can now be se
cured for less than the cheap ones.
Bankrupt piano sale. For full par
ticulars, read page 7, this paper.
SEPT. 28 to OCT. 3,
Every day a feature. Reduced
rates on all lines. For informa
Frank Meredith, Secretary.
The EPI0 DRAMA of the WEST.
September 24,25,26, 1914
Excursion rates on all roads. See
your ticket agent.
ON. TWENTY -FOURTH STIIEKT, NEAR
Six rooms, finished In Ivory white: tile
bath and toilet; lot 50x100; improve
ments all paid. This property la well
worth 16500. Will sell for
803 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING.
A HOME AT RENT RATES.
W have Just computed another of our
attractive 5-room bungIowt with aula
at 144 B. 4tta at., 2 block south Haw
thorne ave . nar Mill it Oak floora, fire
place &nd mantel ; awallast wall decora
lions , beams anil panels: class, llghtlac
fixtures, window shadea tbroufhout, built
in buffet and bookcases have baauttful
plate and leaded flaaa, porcelain plumbing
fixtures, laundry trays la cement base
ment. Dutch kitchen; a rem . baa cooler,
ironing board, canopy fur (as stove, woadl
lift; concrete porch, many porch bote.
An e-opening bargain at 't4oO, IVA
PORTLAND REALTT A TRUST CO
214 Ry. Eao. Bldg.. Phone Mala -'Us.
We will take you oat.
HOSE CITY PARK'S
BEST HOME BUY $M&0
Very attractive 4 -room home ou th
t.. Ill blocks from car and in mklst of
fine homes; beautiful lawn, laige living
and dmlng-rooma, with beam ceilings and
paneled walls, fireplace, buffet, window
shades, electrlo fixtures, Dutch kitchen,
full basement. Lot AO x 100. Owner leav
ing, must be sold; will give good terms.
6cs this bargain today. .
PBARSON A WILLOUQHBY.
Main SwOO. Ul Morgan bldg.
fl-room new bungalow, with large attlo;
building very nicely finished , never hae
been occupied . hae fireplace, built-in book
case, has cement walks, graded street; :t
Is a eplsndt-d little home, surrounded by
nice horns: can be bought for $.Vo,
with llOo or leaa cash, balance same aa
rent - would conalder vacant lot as part
pavment. or will consider very reaeonabl
payments from good pertlee.
OTTO HAH K SON,
143 V. First gj.
OK IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hour, alter
receipt of sbstrsrt. Lowest rates.
ROBERTSON & EWINO
207 -S Northwestern Bank Bid;.
SWELL BL'NOALOW SNAP.
Just finished, ready to move Into; 5
rooms, doubly built, nnsly finished, extra
larve, airy rooms; oak floors, fireplace,
Sanel dining-room, buffet, bookoae. Dutch
Itchen, fin fixture, brick piers, cement
front porch j located between the river
and Mllwaukle st.. close In, H blook te
car; price a snap, 4.7SU ; small cash pay
ment and 113 per month.
ORUSSl A BOLD8.
jtj Hoard of Trade Bldg. Main 744X.
4600 CASH WILL HANDLE THIS.
NEW SUBURBAN HOME.
CHARMING LOCATION CLOSE IN.
MUST BELL AT ONCK.
House ha 7 rooms, acre of land,
highly cultivated; fruit treea, etc.; fine
lawn, flower, excellent clay -top tennl
court, mountain view; an ideal country
home, property 1 at Ryan Place, on Ore-
fon Elc Ry., IA mlnu. rid, ft-cent far,
rice S"00. Term. 4oUu Cah and balance
to suit. AdJresa Box 336, P. P., Portland.
ALAMEDA PARK BUNOALOW.
Only $2160; $26 a month; new, room
double constructed; t bedroom, full bae
ment, oak floors, streets paved and partly
paid; no murttas; to assume, only small
c ash payment required.
THE OREOON HOME BUILDERS.
1130 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
Marshall tUI, A SL.
$20 a month, including Interest. 4 rooms,
double constructed bungalow, basemsnt,
Dutch kitchen, full plumbing. (Oxluu lot,
near grood car service. Only a small cask
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1310 Northwestsrn Bank Bldg.
Marshall 1711, A 1141.
r : 77 Z77Z
I .Portland s rjuilding
Chamber of Commerce Building
DUNIWAT. RALPH R. Main 1S35 628-531
VINCENT, B. O. & CO.. Main 16M 810
KEASY. DORR E. & CO. Main 1189. ..ZS
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROS. Main 0496. . . .
WALLER, FRANK L, Main 8295.
LUCIUS. W. W. Marsnall 3S4 310-311
JOHN. A 1442. Main 6021....
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NEW MODERN TWELVE - ROOM
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VERY fine homeslte. West Side. 5n fare.
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MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists, 347
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PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder
Design and aprays. Marshall 6W22.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215. A S12L Sail
HOOKER In this city, September 8, Wil
liam R. Hooker, aged 65 years, 5 months.
27 days, husband of Mrs. Emily A. Hooker
and father of Ruth, Wellington, Victor,
Owendlen and Violet Hooker. The re
mains are at the conservatory chapel of
F. S. Dunning, Inc., East Side Funeral
Directors, 414 East Alder st. Funeral no
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ANDERSON In this ctty, September 8,
Fritz E. Anderson, aged 50 years. Remains
will be forwarded by the Holman Un
dertaking Company to Everett, Wash., for
HYDE September 9, James P. Hyde, aged
33 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Minnie
C. Hyde. Remains at A. R. Zeller Co.'s
Parlors. 092 Williams ave. Funeral an
GOSKA September 8, Philip Qoska, aged
05 years. Remains at A. R. Zeller Co.'i
Parlors. 592 Williams ave. Funeral notloe
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Homes and homeslte. A few great
bargains Every customer Is a reference.
Marsnail 4b-7. BROOKE. A
FOR SALE 4 lots In Parker's Addition to
i equina in Lincoln County, Oregon. Price
u. Appty av tui, uregonian.
For Sale Beach Property.
LAKE LYTLE BEACH. Portland's nearest,
cleanest and best ; choice vis w lota, rea
sonable terms and building restrictions;
unlimited supply of mountain water piped
to each lot; cottages built to order If de
sired. See owner. 507 Journal bldg. Mar
shall 240 or at LAKE LYTLE BEACH.
For Sale Houses.
NEW, STYLISH HOME.
$200 CASH, EASY TERMS.
7 rooms; restricted district; 18 minute
out; fine buy; very artistic; ail conve
niences, oak floors, beveled plato buffet,
bookcases, flrep:ce, cove callings. Phoo
OWNER of brand new Rose City 6-room
bungalow, lot 50x130, full cement base
in n:. Dutoh kitchen, hardwood floor,
fireplace, bookcase and buffet; must sell
by Sept. 14. Will take lot as first pay
ment; terms. Mar. 2674.
1300 KOSSMEKE BUNGALOW I'-SOf
Two 5 and 6-room bungalows, 40th and
Tillamook; east face; lot 30x100; hard
wood floors, furnace, screened porch; first,
cleaa malarial and workmanship. If you
are looklna for a well arranged and wall
built horn, hare Is a cbsno to buy at
actual cost on easy terms. Take Rose
City Park or Beaumont car. Phone Tabor
781. owner and builder.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH TH.
MO.NET, BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE:
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE; WE KNOW
HOW, TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS, BE M
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS. L. R.
BAILEY A CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS, 324 AHINGTON BLDG.
EAST SSTH STREET CORNER.
rooms and sleeping porch, oak floora,
built-in convenlsncea, ffrsplaca, furuac.
laundry trays, cement basement, hard sur
face streets, will sacrifice 8t00 if sold by
WESTERN OREGON TRU8T CO.,
1100 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
NEW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW
SOxlOO-foot lot, 2 block from "and?
blvd. Small cash payment down, balance
$15 par montb. including Interest. Walla
an tintn. Dutcn kitcbei). Take
uuy rara oar to ru st.
O REPORT INVESTMENT COMPANY
BUY A HOME
That la worth the money; $100 oash, $25
par month. Including interest . 3 rooms,
fireplace. Dutch kltcban, shadae and fu
tures, sement baseman t . 2 blocks from
oar. You will not be diaanpolntad. Mm
$2300. Ownr and builder, AK 236, Ore
New, modern f-room bungalow. Bleep
ing porch, as wing -room, reception hall,
hardwood floora, Dutch kltchn, doubl
constructed throughout, furnao, fixtures,
shadea ; the most complete bongmlew la
th city; terms to suit. See owner.
GEO. A. ROSS,
301 Gerlinger Bldg.
WILL eacrlflce wll modern 2-famlly flat.
o ana e rooms, worm s;uu, now anto.
iuou uo n ami s-o it nion-cn ,
dlsiaiic on E. Yamhill st. See owner,
E. 23d St. Phone East 5948.
$1400 BAR (IAIN.
ROSE CITY PARK CAR.
New 6-room modarn home, bath, full
basement, laundry trays, fireplace, ga
and electricity, all room light, cosy and
warm; lot 60x111; block to car; camant
walks, easy rmi; owner at ha; Jw
store. 62d and Sandy blvd. Tabor 6473.
NEW, modern, up-to-date 4-room rottag.
omv lb minutes from center or clt. on
good carliae. will sell on easy terms and
take small mortgage or good chattel
first payment. Bee owner, 812 Piatt bldg.
Subiirhan Home Property.
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GRAHAM. SYDNEY Main 8732. .606-7-H
KIMBALL, HENRY M. Mar. 680 S23
MALARKEY. SEABROOK A
DIBBLE. Main 1501. A 3212 1600-15u3
STOTT & COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .6-US-ttU
M'CREDIE BILLIARDS Second Floor
METCALF, LYLE S. Marsnall 2482.... S10
RAINEY. J. G. Marshall 3:77 1804
WAGGONER. GEO. E. 800
SLA U SON, A B Main 9444 1011
AUCTION- SALE TODAY
At Baker's auction rooms, 166-168 Park
street. Furniture, etc., at 10 A. M. ; oil
paintings at 11 A. M.
K. T. Regular conclave
Thursday, Sept, 10, at 7:30 P.
M., Red Cross. Parlors open
from and after 1:30 P. M. Th
attendance of all Sir Knie-hr
will be appreciated. C. F. "WIEGAND,
WALLACE: Funeral of tha late Maria J.
W'allace, aged 75 years, mother of Mrs.
Margaret Love and Miss Laura Wallace,
of Cooks, Wash. ; Miss Nancy Wallace, of
Portland ; a granddaughter, Mrs, M. D.
Campbell, and a grandson. Herbert N.
Wallace, of Portland, who died at Cooks,
Wash., September 2. Servlcea will be held
at Dunning & McEntee's chapel tomorrow
(Friday), Sept. 11, at 4 P. M. Interment
in family plot Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
Friends and acquaintances respectfully in
vited. HOLL1STER In this city, Sept. 8, Samuel
K. Hollieter, aged 79 years. Deceased la
survived by a widow and four children,
Mrs. William Allfton, Mrs. J . R. Hems
worth, Mrs. F. C. Gortler and Dr. F. W.
Holllster, all of this city. The funeral
services will be held today (Thursday) at
Z:au o clock 1'. M. at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Flnley & Son, Mont
gomery at Sth. Friends Invited. Services
at the Crematorium private.
EVES The funeral services of the late Mary
Ann Eves, aged 76 years, will be con
ducted today (Thursday), September 10,
at 10:30 A M., from the St. James Cath
olic Church, corner of 12th and Washing
ton sts., Vancouver. Washington. Friends
invited. Remains are at Pearson' Under
KELLER The funeral services of Sarah L.
Keller, wife of E. J Keller, of 447 Broad
way, will be held today (Thursday) at 2
o'clock P. M. at the First Evangelical
Church, 10th and Clay sts. Friends in
vited. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.
FOR SALE A snap; must leave city 8-room
modern house and fruit treea and shrub
bery; lot 100x100 ft., graded St.; 1 blocks
from car; this is a snap; at your own
terms. Call at 456 Dekum ave.. Wood
lawn; no agents; owner.
$600 EQUITY In furnished bungalow; rants
for $1600; modern In every way; t blocks
best carllne In city ; SO minutes to Post
office. 2134 East Alder st., between 16th
and 88th; will trade for horses and har
ness. AV 784, Oregonlan.
REED COLLEGE DISTRICT.
$20 down, $20 monthly, including Inter
est, buys new. modern 3 -room bungalow
amona? the firs: lot 60x100; price $1900.
A. tJ. MAtlSllil'.M. 2ii W1ICOX ldg.
Main 3517, A T840, Tabor 1770.
THE high cost of living can be solved by
buying eno or our quarter-acre tracts, $10
down and $6 a month, prloa only $166; on
a tract of this slxa you can raise all your
egetab.es. berries, few ohlokena, which
Is th greater part of your living: this
pru party 1 only 16 minutes' ear rids, 6o
fare, city water; best value la th olty.
M. E. Lee. 118 Corbett bldg.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, olty water; do te carllne,
easy trms, will build to suit purchasei
Pbon Marshall 1383 or IIwood 476.
JOHN GIBBON, OWNER.
2 ACRES and furnished hou, In fine cul
tivation, Mtsgr station, M- ent far; a. I.
axchang or rent value $2600, $700 rash.
Phon Marshall 8941. 08 Oragonlaa bldg.
For Sale Acreage.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own plan
or ours; pay us uae rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1830 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
EAST Lincoln st. snap ; fine 5 -room house.
cor. lot 45x90. lblock to car. A big snap
at wzvu, iuu uown ana s . per month
ZADOW A ALEXANDER,
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1416, Marshall 92.
iNfJW vtHAuri mumh, e rooms; ?300; no
incumDrances; nnest place ever offered at
f total a montn. uwner and builder
102O Yeon bldg.
FOR SALE The finest new home In Irving
ton, between Braxee and Knott ; price
Si000. F. E. Bowman Co., Commercial
ROSE CITY PARK BARGAIN".
Full two-story, six room; breakfast
room, sleeping-porch; every convenience.
Phone Tabor ,1260.
HOUSES In Irvington for two-thirds thlr
value; choice location; also lota; houses
furnished and unfurnished for rent. East
273. W. H. Herdman.
SMALL bungalow, worth $1700; equity of
$925 for $626 cash. (Key). AN 287,
HAVE you got the cash? Best buy In the
city ; "-room modern house. 1197 Cleve
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114,
A. F. AND A M. special com
munication this (Thursday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Labor in the E. A. de
gree. Vlsitine brethren alwnvi
welcome. By order W. M.
FRED L. OLSON. Sec
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
46, a F. AND A. M Special
communication this (Thursday)
evening, 7 o'clock. East 3th and
Burnside. E. A. degree. Visitors
welcome. Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, Sec.
UTOPIA REBEKAlf LODGE, NO. 62. L
O. O- F. Regular meeting this (Thursday)
evening, Sept. 10, in Orient Hall, East 6th
and E. Alder sts.
JESSIE HENDERSON, See.
MR EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading fu
neral dlnrector, 290 Third street, corner Sal
mon. Lady assistant. A 1511, Main 607.
F, S. DUNNING, DXC.
East Side Funeral Director. 414
Alder st. East 62. B 2026.
R ZELLER CO.. 692 Williams ave. East
1086, C 1088. Lady attdt. Day and night
DUNNING A M'ENTEE. funeral directora
7th and Pine. Phone Main 480. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner
R T. BYRNES, Williams ave. and Knott.
East 1116. C 1043. Lady attendant.
P. L LERCH. East 11th and Clay st.
assistant. East 78L
SKE WES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. Main 41 52, A 2321. Lady attendant.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS BARGAIN.
House and five lots. $3000. terms. Call
$8000 Owner must sell at sacrifice, modem
6-room residence, cloae-ln. East Side; no
agent. D230, Oregonlan.
SACRIFICE. Rose City Park bungalow with
garage, cost $4000; strictly modern; all
Improved; 83100; terma. X 140. Oregonlan
Th mo l reasonable priced, close -la
land en Powell Vally or Section Line
roads, the beat and moat direct road In
and out of Portland: land lies fine, good
eoli; Ideal for suburban bom and small
ohlckn ranch; price $876 to 460 par
acre; trm to suit purchaser.
LUEDDKMANN, RULES' A CO..
13-917 Chamber of Com mere.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight block of station;
chicken and fruit -anchee near Portland!
new subdivision, near Ores). am, 6 sore
$400, 6600, $740; 3 acr, $600, $700; 10
acre, 8760, $900. 31000 per tract, best
soli, free wood, spring water, acroag at
Scappoose, Or., 826 to $100 per acre.
FRANK M'KARLAND REALTY CO..
309 Yon Bldg., Portland, Or.
WE will sell you 6 or 10 acres of deep rich
bottom land, al clrd, ready for the
plow and furnish lumber for your house,
also come cattle; all on very easy terms;
thriving district, close to good town. It.
It., school, church and steady work;
look Into this exceptional offer ; itmplci
of soil, photographs, etc.. at office. 686
FOR SALE CHEAP 9 aorea, all under cul
tivation, except acre; fine wall, fair
building, on fin automobile road, 7
mile from heart of city, do to eUctrlo
station. 10 cent car far; thl la a bar
gain; aee It; very easy terms. Price f2K5U.
W. A. Barnea Co.. 610 Lewie bldg.
TRACT, 148 lots, close In. on hard -surfaced
street, clos to good car aervie. water
and user through traot ; streets gradd
and paid for; will eell ell or part, easy
term. Owner. J. H. McMahon, 126$ Dl
vlslon St. Phone Tabor 1433.
MILWAUK1E. acre, snap; nice fruit
trees, city water, oniy o piucks o car.
fare 6c; a big snap at $1000, $260 down.
$15 per month.
ZADOW A ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1416. Marsnall ftt.
FOR SALE or rent Two-room house on 8 Ox
100 lot, near carllne. Call 630 E. 57th N..
Rose City Park.
MODERN 8-room bungalow. Rose city Park;
half a block of carllne; terms reasonable.
WILLAMETTE H EIGHTS bungalow In bast
locality: 1 '-a blocks from carllne 1000
Vaughn at. Phone A 1426.
IRVINGTON residence of 7 rooma at a bar.
gain. Owner. 111. Ton bldg.
WANT a bergaln? 66x100, Sunnyalds; old
cottage. Main 6384, Apt. A.
1 TO 20 arrea nar conoord atation, on
Oregon City carllne; Ideal building, el tee.
beautiful view of ML Hood; price 650O
per acre H. G- Starkweather. Phon Oak
Grov Black 17.
4-le ACRES, good 6-room bungalow, fta
well, chicken house, lota of fruit, close
In, adjoining carlln; good terma to right
party; no gnt. L 841, Oragonlaa.
FOUR acr on the Wst Bid, fto far.
$1)00 an acre; I would axchang far a
hous up to 16000. For particulars In
quire W. J. Davis. 626 Corbett bid;.
8 miles weft. $!.MH)
40 ACRES timber
chance for bouse and let,
AO 286, Ore-