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TTTTC 3rORNTNG OREGOXTATT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
PROTESTS ARE MADE
Fight on Vaccination Order
Carried to Council.
INSPECTORS TO DECIDE
Delegation or About 100 Mothers
and Fathers From Mount Scott
District Wants Schools Shut
or All Pupils Admitted.
Vaccination, smallpox, the closing of
schools and kindred subjects had their
Inning before Mayor Albee and City
Health Officer Marcellus yesterday,
when about 100 mothers and fathers of
the Mount Scott district appeared in
the City Council chamber to protest
against the order issued by the City
Health Department to the effect that
all children of the four Mount Scott
schools must be vaccinated or remain
away from school during the small
pox incubation period of two weoks.
The parents insisted that there is
little or no smallpox In the district
and that there is no cause for exclud
ing unvaccinated children. They as
serted also that the Health Depart
ment has gone beyond the limits of
the city ordinances in trying to en
force the order and has done a great
injustice to the residents of Mount
Alternatives Are Demanded.
They demanded that the city either
close the schools for two weeks or
permit all children to attend regard
less of vaccination.
As a result of the meeting a special
meeting of the school medical inspec
tors will be held at the City Hall this
morning to decide upon a course. Dr.
Marcellus will recommend that in lieu
of vaccination all children who are
suspected of being exposed to small
pox be excluded from school for two
weeks. This, he says, will take in
children living anywhere near any
place smallpox has been found during
the last few weeks. Whether this
course will be followed or whether
the present system will be continued
for the full two weeks will be decided
at the meeting.
Minister Head Delegation.
The delegation of parents was headed
by Rev. V. E. Wlllings, pastor of the
Laurel wood, Methodist KpiscopaL
Church. He said he believed the vacci
nation order has done a great Injustice
to the Mount Scott district and that
It should be countermanded at once.
"Four-fifths of the people of Mount
Ecott," he said, "oppose vaccination.
Ws know of little smallpox anywhere
in Mount Scott and know of no rea
son why this vaccination order should
be enforced. It Is an injustice."
"We do not believe in vaccination,"
said Mrs. E. H. Ingham. "Personally, I
would rather have Bmallpox than be
vacinated. I know of many horrible
results from vaccination."
"I have seen thousands of cases of
vaccination," said Dr. Marcellus, "and
have never seen any such results.
Protecting Health Held Dorr.
"The facta are that we believe there
is danger of smallpox in the four
schools against which the vaccination
order has been directed. It Is our duty,
therefore, to protect the public health
by excluding persons who are not Im
mune from the sohools."
"Why not let those who believe in
vaccination have their children vac
cinated and let the others send their
children to school and take chances of
their getting smallpox?" asked Mrs.
Etta Welch. "You say vaccination
brings immunity from smallpox. The
people who believe in vaccination are
in no danger. If I want to take a
chance with my child, why is it any
of the health authorities' business?"
Majoritr Rule Urged.
"The majority in any case should
rule." said Dr. W. O. Powell.' "The
majority of people in Mount Scott are
opposed to vaccination. Why should
they not rule?"
"Either let the children go to the
ipchools or close them," said W. S. San
ders. "It is unfair to allow a third
of the children to start to school and
to keep two-thirds out. It is unfair to
both sides. I cannot see where there
Is any sense in this proposition, any
way." "Tou say smallpox is contagious?"
asked Mrs. Mary L. Ftshburn of Dr.
Marcellus. "You say it is transferred
from one person to another.- Then
how did the first man get it?"
"I don't know," retorted Dr. Mar
cellus. "I wasn't there and didn't han
dle the case."
POLK SEES URGE FAIR
EXHIBITS FTLlt MAXT BC II. DINGS
AND MORE ABE EXPECTED.
Rain Prevents Display of Livestock in
Numbers Anticipated, but Prlse
wlnnlnsr Animals Entered.
DALLAS, Or, Sept 17. (Special.)
xjespite uniavorable weather con
ditions, the third annual Polk County
Fair opened in Dallas this morning
with one of the greatest exhibits of
agricultural products ever made here
and with much livestock entered.
The day opened with rain, but at
noon it cleared oft to a certain extent
and the sun shone most of the after
noon. In the agricultural department
the exhibits are greater in quantity and
much superior in quality to anything
at previous fairs. During the whole
of today a continual stream of Polk
County products have been pouring into
the large pavilion.
The school children's department is
up to the usual . standard. Due to
rains of the past week many nersnns
who intended to exhibit at the fair have
been deterred. Prior to the formal
opening, many leading stockraisers
trom all parts of tne county Intended
to exhibit, but the displays entered to
day fail to come up to expectations.
wore entries may be made tomorro
The bad weather conditions have led
the fair management to keep the pa
Villon open for three days following
the close of the fair in order that more
time may be given the people to get
acquainted with the possibilities of
tneir own territory. All of the hotels
of the city are taxed to their capacity
In caring for visitors and private homes
are being used.
Government Cruiser Still Missing.
REDDING, Cal.. Sept 17. Three days'
search baa f.ilri f rac.a 1 anv
of O. F. Swensen, a Government timber
cruiser rrora Koseburg, Or, who has
not been seen since he entered rough
country in which be was unfamilia
last MondaV. Thren rTrwrlan,r Tt.
dian trailers were added to the search
Dr. Bumpus Goes to Tufts.
MEDFORD, Mass., Sept. 17. Dr.
Herman C. Bumpus, of the University
ef Wisconsin, was elected president of
Tufts College today. It Is expected Be
will take the office the - first of the
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
I'KOiiPT tiERVlCK at reasonable price.
Pacific Title & Trust Co., 7 Cii. of Com.
K. isTEPdAN Hemstitching und scailopiue.
accord, aide pleat, buttons covered. goods
sponged; mail orders. 33 Aider. M. to373.
A5Al;ii.S A1 ANALibiR.
MONTANA ASSAJ OFFICB. itil, SM. Uold.
sliver and piatiuum boiifeut.
(jlLiiiKHT ai U.Al.U successors ".Veils .i Co.,
uii to 01 Couch blag.. 1UJ 4th. Main 710.
J. :. tjtii-:h;Xir'L&i-L General practice. ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul
tation tree. New ottices, JuJ, 7ta. 70y bell
ing bldg. Alain 4iJtfo. open evealng3.
Vil. il. LAFOHCB,
Counaellor-at-Lat?-, 220 Failing Bias.
NUtl i'HWESI liL'O CO. Uubs from old car
pets, rag rugi. 133 East St a. BotU phone..
IHE IKWiN-liOiiON COllfA-NJ,
92 5tn st. Phone Main and .A. 1224.
Wiiilaru, Esteliu and VV'liUum, Jr., ioveny,
the only sejentihe chiropoaists lu tue city,
parlors. au2 GerHner bid., S. W. corner
Jd and Alder, rhone Mam 1301.
Chikui'UUY and peoicurin. Mrs. M. D.
Hiil Offices. Fiieuner bldg. JIau 3473.
L)K. M il -HO N', 121 4tu Chrcuic cases, 16
treatments tli); others less. Main siuo.
CLEANING A'J FItfcSsrNG.
DHKS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
each week for $l.oo per month.
UNIQUE TAI1XJKING CO.,
309 Stark 6t.. bet. oth and oth. Main S14.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." nort Adjustment Co
8-'u N. W. Bank bldg. Main T4.
NEXH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1788
No collections, no charges.
PfiOF. WAX. WILSON Waltz, hesitation.
one-step, two-step, schottlsche; lessons,
-5c. morning, afternoon, eve.; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how dance,
bo 14 5th st., bet. stark and Oak. 4 private
lessons. $.!; 8 classes. Phone Main 7637.
MK. and Mrs. Heath's Academy Dancing
taugnt in an its branches; class. Mon. ena
Frl. eve., 7 to 9; assembly after; lessons
dally. 23H4 Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 313.
6U8EWD. reliable operatives furnished on
all occasions, ti 263, Oregonian.
DR. A. W. KEENS, Majestic Theater bldg..
aaiy wasmngton st. Marshall 3205.
R. M. Wade & Co., 322-26 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire He Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS. "
DTJBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 200 2d St.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak st
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage at Omnibus Transfer. Park at Davis.
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES Ac SUPPLIES,
BALLOU it WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery & Conf., inc., 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WE1NHAKD, 13th and Burnside.
CASOARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAH.N BROS., 11 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
P. T Crowe & Co., 45 Fourth street.
CLOSSETT & DE VERS, 1-11 N. Front st
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO., 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Electrical Co., 6th and Pine sta
Albera Bros. Milling Co., Front sr. Marshall
WADHAMS A CO.. 69-75 Fonrth street.
2 SCHOOLS GRANTED
Beaumont and Alameda Park
PERMANENT SITE OFFERED
Temporary Buildings Only "Will Be
Erected on Grounds Leased lor
Two Years Richmond Struc
ture to Bo Completed.
Temporary schools will be established
in Beaumont and Alameda Park, ac
cording; to a decision of the School
Board yesterday. One will be set up
at East Thirty-ninth and Fremont
streets, and the other at ISast xnirty
third and Fremont streets.
Both will be portable structures. In
choosing the sites the School Board
will specify that the district assumes
no obligation to buy the ground, Bui
only takes a two-year lease. The
Board decided on these after commit
tees from both sections had protested
against building one permanent struc
ture for both.
A proposition submitted by J. J. Cah-
alln, offering the district an option on
the tract bounded by Fremont. Klicki
tat, East Twenty-fifth and Twenty
sixth streets, was referred to the com
mittee on grounds. The tract offered
is 200 by 600 feet in size. The price
asked by Cahalln is $24,500.
Gronnd Purchase Ordered.
On recommendation of the grounds
committee, the Board decided to buy
a tract north of and adjoining the Rich
mond School grounds, 110.8 by 305.4
feet in size, from Ben Rtesland for
Roy O. Powers, a contractor who re
paired the Woodmere School some time
ago, will be paid $107.50. on condition
that he sign a written statement that
all his bills for labor and material have
been paid. Mr. Powers submitted a bill
for about $650. The School Board main
tains that much of the work he did on
the building was not included in bis
contract, and that he did the work
without proper authority. 1
F. A, Naramore, superintendent of
school properties, probably will be di
rected to complete the Richmond
school, according to the plans sub
mitted by T. J. Jones, former school
architect, several years ago. It has
been the custom to allow the architect
who draws the plans to supervise the
completion of the building. However,
the. board yesterday decided to offer
Mr. Jones a fee comprising 3 per cent
of the cost of the school, on condition
that he agree to this plan. Mr. Jones'
fee will be about $1500. Director
Beach was appointed to take the mat
ter up with Mr. Jones.
Boys' Work to Be Shown.
A recommendation of the teachers'
committee that no school exhibit be
placed in the exposition buildinx at
the Manufacturers' and Land Products
Show next month, but that the boys'
School of Trades be kept open for the
exhibition of work, was accepted
unanimously. The board consented to
indorse any form of co-operation with
the show that will not interfere with
the school work. A school exhibit was
authorized for the Oregon State Fair
at' Salem, as requested by J. A.
Churchill, Superintendent of Public In
struction. The cost of the authorized
exhibition, however. Is not to ex
The request of Arthur McVey, sec
retary of the Oswego Commercial Club,
that the Oawegro students be permitted
HYE. EAR. XQpjE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
P. F. Casseday, 017 Dekum bl.. 3d & Wash.
MOTOKS. generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do ail kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. K. Electric Co.. 21 First at. North.
Phone Main UXlu.
TEAMING, hauling, excavating; sales stable.
A. P. Morse, rfo3 Front. Main -.70.
FOINDBI AND MACHINE WOiULS.
rHObXli iron Works, East Bd and Haw
thorne. General maenme and loundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
Srlnung and enlarging. PIKE At HAtuw
AM CO., U45 Washington St.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
HASTY MESSiNGEK CO.. motorcycles and
bicycles. Pnone Main 63, A 2104.
FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or sold.
United Film Co., 20 2d st.
Emil Thlelhorn, violin teacher; pupil sevcik,
2U7 Flieuner blag. A 4 loo. Mar. lo2w.
OTTO S. SCHNAUFFER, teacher of violin.
Studio 424 Williams ave. phone East 4421.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. ,04 Oregonian bids.
A FIGHT on high prices.
vvny pay so to it tor a
pair of glasses when 1 can
ni your eyes with tirt-
quality lenses, gold-nlled lrames, aa low
as xi.oO? Goodman, lyl Morrison sL, near
brtage. Satisfaction guaranteed.
DR. K. B. Northrup, SOS Morgan bldg., cor.
Broadway and Washington streets. Office
pnone Mais 349; residence. East 102a.
DR. GEORGE R. WELLS, 633 Morgan bldg.
Hours 2 to 6 P. M., and by appointment,
uaice Marshall 351; res., Marsnall ltfiu.
T. J. GEISLER, Att'y-at-Law. 003 Henry.
Wm. C. Schmidt, Eng. and Draftsman.
el WRIGHT 22 years' practice TT. 5.
and foreign patents. 60O Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 34sa.
WHOLESALE AND MANUiAClURi
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 D EKCM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH ACS ER HAT CO.. 63-65 Front St.
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS., ll Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
East End of Burnside 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
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCracken Co.. 1114 Board of Trade
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime
F. B. MALLORr & CO., 231 Pine street.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
;olumbia Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 88 Fifth st
9RAPSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th eta
to attend the Portland nigh Schools
at the old tuition fee of $40 a year,
was placed on file.
The following new appointments
were made in the teaching staff: Miss
Orace De Neff was appointed principal
of the Kenton school; Theodosia Ben
nett was elected a teacher In the Jef
ferson High School; L. A. Petton and
W. Hughes were elected teachers in
the manual training department and
(J. w. Wilder was appointed a teacher
in the School of Trades.
E. T. Moore, of the State School for
the Blind, E. S. Tillinghast, of the
State School for the Deaf, and Dr. J.
H. Thompson, of the State School for
the Feeble-Minded, addressed the board
on the co-operation of the state and
city in conducting the Portland School
for the Deaf.
NEW CITY CHARTER INTENT
Independence to Vote on Question at
December Election. -INDEPENDENCE.
Or.. Sept. 17.
(Special.) At a meeting of the City
Council last night a resolution was
adopted authorizing th Mavnr to ap
point a committee seven, composed
of himself, three Councilmen and three
citlzens-at-large, to draft a new city
charter to be submitted at the city
election In December.
The Recorder was lnr'ructed to pre
pare ordinances prohibiting drinking
on the streets and in public places and
restaurants and prohibiting boxes or
screens in eating-houses, and dividing
Chamber of Commerce Building
DTXNTWAY. RALPH R. Main 1536 62S-S31
VINCENT.' S. D. & CO.. Main 1654 810
KBASET,' DORR K. 4c CO.. Main 1188.. 82
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROS., Main 6490 302
V ALLitlt, JCAJN1S. 1 . Alain o-tfo 1010
Marshall 334 S16-817
BAIN. J OHN , A 7 4 lii. Main 8(31.
A -a a . 3 m
r vn c b i fi r 4
a o . a u w vi 1 1 -tj-
s " s ?': : ; a.
GRAHAM. SIDNEY J., Main 8752. .808-7-8
KIMBALL, HENRY M.. Mar. 60 023
MALARKEY, SEABROOK & DIBBLE,
Main 1501, A 5212 15OO-1503
STOTT A COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .608-010
M-CREDIB BILLIARDS Second Floor
METCALF, LYLE S., Marshall 2482.. ..810
RAINEY. J. G.. Marshall 3177 1304
WAGGONER, GEO. E.... SOU
SLATJSON. A. B., Main 8444 loll
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts in feather
dyeing, cleaning and remodel
ing, mounting birds of paradls.
our specialty. "THE PLUME."
208 Morgan bldg. Main 4 00 a.
RtBBER STAMPS, SEALS, BRASS SIGN'S.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. St. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SEWING machines, new, (20 up; used ma
chines, $2 up; renting and repairing. Main
&431. Sewing Machine Emporium, 190 3d.
between Yamhill and Taylor.
SHOE3 HALF SOLED.
. in 10 minutes,
while you wait.
New York Shoe Repair Co.,
24314 Alder St,
SHOW1.-s.9ii. BANK 3t STORE FIXTURES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10th and Flanders
New and old window display and caoinet
FOR reasonable prices see Western Fixture
Showcase Co., 48 N. 10th, Mar. 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor. IStn
and Kearney sts.. Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
lire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipment, vans for mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in tnrough cars.
Main B640. all departments.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms.- We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse, loth and
Hoy is sts. Main 647, A 224 1 .
C O. PICK Transfer Ac Storage Co. Offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and fireproof vaults
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment; special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic ana
foreign ports. Main 086, A 201).
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO..
13th and Everett Sts.
Pianos and household goods moved,
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
cn all household goods to and from East,
through car service. Main 703. A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GUsan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main elf or A llo'J.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates in city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office 189 Madison; general merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7BQ1.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire Ik. Iron Wka., 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 166 First street.
W. P. Fuller & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN At CO., 2d and Taylor streets.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-t6 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-ftti Front st.
PRINTERS tt PUBLISHERS.
F W. BALTES & CO., 1st and Oak sta
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDING A FAKRELL, 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.
vV. P. FULLER CO., 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
JOLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
lORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 130 3d at.
. HOLESALE JEWELERS A OPTICIANS.
1UTTERFIELD BROS.. MOHAWK BLDG.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
'r.rtiand Wire A Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia
the city In three wards, providing two
Councilmen from each ward, one to be
elected each year and to bold office for
the ensuing two years.
CLASSIFIED AD.1 RATES
Daily and San day.
One time t . . ,12c
bamo ad tiro consecutive time. ....... ,22c
barae ad three consecutive timee ..30c
bame ad six or Mven cuaiecuiive times. .66c
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other clchliic
tionH except the following:
rSitaations V anted- Male.
situations W anted 1- emale.
lor Kent. Koudio. Private Families,
Kooms and rloard, Private families.
Kate on the above claaaillcatlona Is 7 cents
a line each insertion.
On "charge" advertisements charge will
be bathed on the number of lines appearing
in the paper, regardless of the number of
words in each Hue. Minimum charge, two
The Oresonian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone, hut
bill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements, fe it u Lions Wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one Insertion only will
be accepted for "1'uiniture for bale," "Busi
ness Opportunities." "Kooniiog-buuMS," and
"Wanted to Rent."
The Oregonian will not guarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility for errors occurring
in telephoned advertisements.
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be in The Oregonian office be
fore 9 o'clock at night, except b a, tux day.
Closing hour for The bun day Oregonian will
be 7 mO o'clock Saturday night. Tiie office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M.. as usual,
and all ads received too Late for proper
classification will be run under heading
"Too Late to Classify."
The Oresonian will not be responsible for
more than one incorrect insertion of any md
vertiweraT'nt offered for more than one time.
TOO LATE TO CLASSLFt.
ATTENTION, magazine men; A-l proposition
on first-class magazines; salary and com
mission. Apply 612 Lumb&rmens bldg.
L-OST Sept. 15, about 10-13 keys on a
ring. S5 reward. 291 10th st.
AUCTION SALE TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction Honse, at 10 A. at.,
furniture. 366-8 First st.
MEETING NOTICES. ,
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 12. A.
F. AND A- M. Hneclal com-
Bjf municatlon this (Friday) at 2
r. Al. ior tiie purpose of con
ducting the funeral of our la.te
brother, Louis H. Boll. Members
are requested to attend. By order of the
w. ju. w. -ai. uxu xx4, secretary.
SrNNYSIDK LODGE. U. D..
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Friday) even
ing, Sept. IS, 6:30, E. 84th and
Yamhill sts. Work in ths M r
degree. Visitors welcome. By or
der of the W. 2. Refreshments.
E. M. LANCE. Sec,
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO.
18, R. A. St. Called convocation
this (Friday) evening, Kast
Kltfhth and Burnside streets, at
7:30 o'clock. M. M. degree. Vis
itors welcome. By order of E. H.
P. ROl QUACKENBUSH.
PORT LA N D LODGE, NO. 55,
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Friday) evening,
7:30 o'clock. Lecture by Dr.
Buchanan. Visitors welcome. By
order W, M. "
C. M. 8TEADMAN. Sec
MT. HOOD LODGE. NO. 157,
A. F. and A. M. Special com
munication this Friday evening
at 7. Work In E. A. degree. Vis
itors welcome. Order of W. M.
ED C. DICK. Secretary.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE, U. D..
A. F. AND A. X. M. M. degree
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Refresh
ments. Visitors welcome. By or
der of W. it.
E, R. I VIE, 8ec
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15, L O. O. F..
will meet this (Friday) evening, at 8 o'clock.
in Oddfellows Temple, First and Alder
streets. Work In the initiatory degree. Vis
itors weicomo. r juz&2ia.
ROSE CITT CHAPTER. NO. 8f O. E. S.
Keeulax meetine this (Friday) evenlner at 8
o'clock. Reception for Brother A. E, Pie res
Asso, W. G. saker. By order w. M.
SARAH B. GUERIN, Sec
THE ROYAL SOCIAL CLUB R. M. OF
A., will give a dance Friday, September 18,
at 85 V4 Fifth street. In the Manchester
building. Union xauslo
1 Main 1. A 1111
LAST TIME TODAY AND TOMORROW
Afternoons 1:15 and 8, Mich Is 8:39
ENTtRLLx SER!ES 1914
PAUL. J. RAINEY
Seoond Expedition Motion Plctur.s
POPCXAB . AX Y SEAT
PK1CES ANY TLUE
AFTERNOONS. CHILDREN 3 TO 16. 10c
4 ESSES, NEXT SUNDAY
BAKGALN-FRICE MAT. WED.
Eva., lower floor. (1.50; balcony, 11.00,
TSc, 50c; gallery, 85c, 25c. Bargain-price
Wed. Mat., lower floor. $1; baioony, 5c,
50c; pallory, 35c. 25c
6EAT SALE OPENS TODAY.
Main 2. A 6380.
Geo. I Baker, Mar.
Horn, of tha BBkftr EMavera
Tonight all week Mat. Eat. First tlm.
in the West, the lntensa and thrilling crtmi.
"THE MASTER MTND."
as played by Edmund Breese with great
success, run strength or tne company, on.
of the strongest of modern plays.
Evenings, 25c. 35c. 50c, 75c; box. $1. Sat
Mat., 25c COc. Next week, starting Sunday
Matinee "Stop, Thief."
MATIkTE DA11Y &30
Broadway at Alder Street
WEEK 8EPTE11BEB 14.
Wood's Animal Actors, presenting the orig
inal novelty oketch, "Haw for Divorce."
Quinlan and Richards. 1'altrey. Barton and
Broun, 'ihe Bozellas. M.vrle and Retaw l i
derwood Jt L'nderwood War Service. Mu
Phono Main 4S38. A 231.
lO Bis Featnrpc. 1 C
CfNTIJ,"lOUS Afternoon. 1:30 to 8:SO:
S DHiilL 11:0: Sundays. l:0O to 11:00.
. AiLciuuuiia, iuc ana joa.
Nights. 15c and 25c.
LYRIC Fourth nd
- Stark Sts.
Th. Mew Lyric Musical Comedy Co- Preaenta
"ALMOST A HERO."
A laugh a minute, convulsions following.
Two performances nightly, 7:80 and 9:15.
lie Dd 2"" Mat,aee dally. 2:30. any seat
Friday Night,. Chorus Girls Contest.
SEPT. 28 to OCT. 3,
Every day a feature. Bedaead
rates on all lines. For informa
Frank Meredith. Secretary.
. RiXREATiOS PARK.
Cor. Vangrhn and Xvrcnty-fonrta sta.
SEPTEMBER 15, IS. 17. IS. 19, 20.
Gsunea Besla Weekdays) at 3 P. SLj
Snndaya, 2:3 p. M,
Ladlea' Day Wednesday aad Friday.
ACACIA CLUB extends an In
vitation to all Master Masons to
atl.nri un .
SJT Brother W. T. Williamson. P. G.
.., ot Jregon, on the subject.
"""r or Masonry," at the
clubroom. 215 Commercial Club bldg at 8
. J oraer or tne
LESLIE S. PARKER.
PORTLAND AERIE. NO.
4. F. O. E m.eta every Fri
day evening In their hall at
l Madison at., cor. ot
Third. Visiters walcotna,
VIC CHAPMAN. Sec
BELLWOOD LODGE. NO. 131.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Friday) even
ing, 7:30 o'clock. Sellwood Ma
sonic HalL Work E. A. degree.
Visitors welcome. By order W. M.
J. H. BUILES. Sec.
O'GARA Sept. 17. Michael O'Gara. aged 75
Sears, beloved husband of Mra, Mary C.
'Oara and father of Mis. Catherine
Cousins. Mrs. Sarah H. Patton and M. J.
O'Gara. of Denver. Colo. Remains at Dun
ning & McEntee'a parlors. Notice of fun
GIESY At the family residence. 8S East
2itli St., Sept. 17, Haxel Angela Giesy.
aged 24 years 8 months 15 days. Remains
forwarded by the Holman Undertaking
Co to Aurora, Or., where funeral services
will be held and interment in family cem
LABOLT Sept. 1, John Labolt, aged 70
years. Remains at Dunning A Mcate's
parlors. Notice of funeral later.
MILLER The remains of the late Frank B.
Miller will be .hipped by Dunning A Mc
Entee to Tr.vorton. Fa., for interment.
FITZGERALD At her late residence. Clar
nie road and Shaver street, Sept. Id. Mrs.
Luclnda Margarat Fitzgerald, aged 83
years 4 months 2 2 days. Friends invited to
attend funeral services, which will be held
at St. Mark's Kpiscopal Church. 2 let and
Marshall sts., at 2 P. M. today (Friday),
Sept. li. Interment Rlvervl.w Cemetery.
VORPAHL In this city. Sept. 18, William
Robert, Infant son of Mr. and Mra George
A. VjrfahL The funeral services will be
held at the family residence, 1425 East
Hoyt St., today (Friday), Sept. lg. at 2
p M. Friends invited. Interment at Rose
LINDEN In this city, Sept. 15. Albert J.
Linden, aged 21 years, late of 18 E. Flan
ders st. The funeral service, will b. held
today (Friday), at 1 o'clock P. M. at the
residence establishment of J. P. Flnley A
Son. Montgomery at 5th. Friends Invited.
Interment at Rosa City Cemetery.
BOLL The funeral services of the late
Louis H. Boll will be held today (Friday),
at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Finley A Son, Mont
gomery at tth. Friends invited. Inter
ment at Greenwood Cemetery.
UARP.IS Sept. 15, Mrs. May Harris, aged
42 yeans. Funeral services will be held
at Dunning A McEntee's chapel today
(Friday), at 10 o'clock. Friends Invited.
Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
A. R. ZELLER CO.. 592 Williams ave.
East 1088. C 1088. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
DUNNING A M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
Tth and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
R. T. BIRNES, Williams ave. and Knott.
East 1115. C 1943. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay sts.
Lady assistant. East 781.
The only rt.ianno. .ad.rtaklng establish
ment la Portland with, private driveway.
Main 9. A 1599.
J. P. FINLBT SON,
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOl.ViN . l,aitln.
funeral director. 20 Third street, corner
eaimon. i-aay assistant. A 1511 Main 50,.
F. S. DUNNING. INC..
East Side Funeral Directors. N 414 East
Alder St. East 6'J, B 2525.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING! CfYMPiW XA
and Clay. Main 4752. A 232L Lady attendant.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists. 347
wasmngton. a in ?BH a iztiv. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators;
ircsn cut xiowers, great variety. Morrison.
"eu liu am um. jaain or A lOVO,
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder!.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 6922.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 3121. Sail-
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing; 3.15 Acres.
Portland'. Only Modern
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Refined, Plenlni Service
Complete, Perfect Equipment.
Prlcea and Term. Heaeonable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE. N
Between Da via noil Everett.
Pbonea Esst 1423. B 2313. Open Day
Report all cases of crueltv to this of fir.
Lethal chamber for sruail animals. Horse
amouiance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one de
siring a pet may communicate with us.
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hoars after
receipt of abstract. Lowest ratea.
ROBERTSON & EWING
-07-s Northwestern Bank Bids.
on good Improved city and farm' prop
erty at current rates. Attractive re
payment privileges. Loans quickly
closed. If you need money call today.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-219 Northwestern Bank Bulldlns;.
Western Bond Sc
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
KARM AND CITY LOANS,
80 Fourth S Board of Trade Bids.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CRONAN
PQ2 S paid 1 ox Bids., fortlaad. Or.
REAL JEST ATE - DEALEU8.
J. U. IS' ASH. 723 Chamber of Coraraerc
oias., will duiiu on your lot or sell you
m nousfl ina 101. any size. liKe rent.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. 404-405-406
v iicox bias.
BECK, WllUam G.. 315-316 Falling bldg.
BENEDICT BROS., rip Hawthorne avenue.
JEaNMN G& CO.. Main 188. 206 Oregonian.
or Sale Lota,
HALF ACRE, West Side, fine for a home
where you can raise all your vegetables,
berries, chickens, etc. which Is the great
er part of your living; price only $700; 420
down and S10 a month; this Is located on
the Weat Side, only 15 minutes' car ride.
um i.m o. -u.. ju. x-eee, o. uoroett Diug.
rsVV7T-TAT TP -r A X it r
Two lots in Alameda Park, clear of In
cumbrance excepting .iu per lot of street
Improvements which' are bonded, to be
assumed by the buyer.
CALL AN & KASEK, 73-14 Yeon Bldg.
YOU can buy undivided 1 merest in oo sep
arate properties lu IS rapidly growing
towns in j Northwest states for iou.
payiibl monthly. U. M. Bailey, Yeon
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY
Homes and homesltes. A few great
bargains. Every customer Is a reference.
Marshall 427. BROOKE. a 3S3.
LARGE view homealte, fVest Side, 15 min
uLea car ride, 5c fare, best value In the
city for 9550; $10 down and 4. & month.
M. E. Lee. 5J2 Corbett bldg.
$1600 LAURELHL'KST lot, near car, UU0
FOR SALE, by owner, lot In Westmoreland.
$400; terrod. C 2ol. Oregonian.
for Sale Beach Property.
For sale or rent, 8-room house on G"
st., 50 feet from boardwalk; view of ocean
from lower or upper porch.
Lot GOxlOO; rent $15 per month. Inquire
at Mrs. Jetly's real estate office or at res
idence of Mr. Orosan, Seaside. Oregon.
Anyone wishing to buy address Ja.uie
Dutty, Seaside, Or
For iSaie House.
ROSE CITY PARK CAR.
New u-room modern bungalow; full
basement, laundry trays, firep.uce, up-to-date
kitchen, gas, electricity; will make
you a warm, cozy home, with plenty of
light; lot 50x115; cement walks; price
$23O0, monthly payments; near 7 oth and
Sandy. Owner at hardware store. 1417
endy blvd.. at 5:M. Tabor 5475.
FOR SALE Partly furnished home, 60x105
foot lot, bungalow; $10U down, $20 month
ly; $2000 total; 20 minutes out on 46th
ave. near 47th St.; owner moved to Rock
ford. 111., leaving in my hands at this sac
rifice Elmer S. Shank. 301 Ry. Exchange.
Phone Main 113, Taoor 4411.
ML'KRAVMEAD snap, swell 7-room modern
bungalow, 4 bedrooms, Dutch kitchen, cor
ner lot 50x100; a big snap at $42tH), $100
down, $'J5 per month, on E. 24th at.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1410. Marshall S2.
PRETTIEST BUNGALOW CITY.
? rooms, new. 2 blocks Rose City car;
you can look for week, can't find one as
tine. Come and see. Owner. Tabor 19H.
MUST be sold by Saturday, new 4 -room
house, modern, $200 cash and you can
have deed subject to $400 mtg. for 3 years.
310 Yeon bldg. Marshall 2432.
IwxIOo LOT and 7-room modern house,
furnished, worth $3U00. only $1500. $300
down. bal. $1000 easy. 304 Lumber Ex
change, 2d and Stark. Muat have money.)
NEW modern 8-room bungalow; every
convenience; small payment down. 1178
Greeley st. Owner. East 535.
FORCXD SACRIFICE Beautiful bungalow.
1179 Ivon su Owner. Chauncey Barney.
O r eg on City.
MODERN 5-room house, acre, close in,
nice chicken run, for $2000, terms. Read.
MY $1300 equity modern bungalow, new dis
trict, fine location, all improvements, buiit
this year. $1000; snap. Phone Tabor 13J3.
HOUSES, all sizes, some less than cost,
also for rent, furnished and unfurnished.
Irvingujn. East 273. W. H. Her dm an.
NEW modern 12-room house, quarter block,
in Irvtngton. Phone R. B. Rice, East
$JiK0 EQUITY In six-room bungalow, very
cheap M 2G2 Oresonian.
MY $1200 equity In $2500 home, near Sandy
boulevard, for $500. D 263. Oregonian,
5-ROOM NEW BUNGALOW
with ' large attic; building very
niceiy furnished; never has been
occupied; has fireplace, built-in '
bookcase, cement walks, graded
street; it Is a splendid little home,
surrounded by nice homes; can be
bought for -$50o. with U'0 or loss
ci, balance same as rent ; would,
consider vacant lot as part pay
ment, or will consider very reason
able payments from good parties.
OTTO A HAHKSON.
laSa First su
SLX.-r.OOM HOUSE IN bOOD NEIGH
Has all kinds of bunt-in conveniences,
built-in bed, bureaus, etc; large living
room, den and d'aiug-room, with hard
wood lloors, fireplace, built-in buti-t,
Dutch kitchen, tui na.ee. electric liht
fixtures, blinds, winaow screens, lai
tree, shrutDery, hard surface, sewers and
all improvements in and paid. Owner's
business forces him to move to CaUlornia.
Price f.SuuU. Small pu meat aua a
month. Call - me early mornings sad
evenings. East 2O70.
WILL sacrifice swell modern 2-family flat.
o aa rooms, worm ;aauu, now oo,
louv down and $-5 per month; walking
distance on E. Yamhill st. See owner. 171
E. wod su Phone East 504S.
. L A M E D A PARK BUNGALOW.
6 rooms including sleeping porch, on a
SOxlOO-f u lot, ana is certainly a Jewel;
anyone seeing same will certainly aomit
our statement; has only been competed
about one mouth; modern In every respecu
having vacuum cleaner included ; an one
looking for a classy home we will be g.ad
to show you.
CALL AN ifc K.ASER. "23-24 Yeon Bldg.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME 7 WE WILL FURNISH T H a
MONEY, BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE; WE KNOW
HOW. TALK, WITH OUR CLIENTS. Ei2
OLR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS. L. K
BAiLEV At CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS, 34 AB1NGTON BLDG.
LT le&s than cose, a home; a six-room,
house in nno neighborhood, $J0 per month,
This has hardwood floors, fireplace,
built-in book cades, built-in bed. buUt-iu.
bureau, Dutch kitchen, buffet, lull base
ment, furnace, nice ttmc, nne yard, shaae
trees; sil improvement,, sLrewt. etc.. are in
ana paid foi. You will search tar lor as nice
a place as reasonable in price and terms.
Call Wood la wu 3u5G.
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUY.
b-room modern home at 105 East lath
St., beu Stark andAiuer; look it over and
come In and make a proposition; no reasonable-
offer will be refused ; would con
sider vacant lots; this is good apartment
housa property. Full particulars at
Ry. E x. .bid g.
ii PER MONTH AND INTEREST.
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN.
Buys a swell new 6-roora bungalow,
close to Hawthorne ave.; this side of 3oth
su; all nice rooms, buffeu Dutch kitchen,
electric fixtures, a tin. dee. full basement ;
it's a great buy; must bo sold tnis week;
PEARSON & WILLOUGHBY,
Mdln 3&60. $2$ Morgan Bldg.
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW BARGAIN.
Classy new 5-rooms, double construction,
oak doors, beautiful fireplace. built-in
butiet and bookcases, artistic light, fix
tures, 2 bedrooms, nice bath, dining -room
w ails paneled and beam ceiling, full ce
ment basement 5uxloo lot, ti4a 64 th su.
150 south Sandy bUd, Price $-3uo, easy
terms, . worth $oOOu. Owner, pnone Main
7otso. J. Q. Wright.
T W E N T Y DOLLARS a month, which in
cludes interest, will pay tor a canay little
house with reception hall, living room,
dining-room with built-in butieu large
kitchen, fine bath, bedroom with lar&e
closeu elegant electric fixtures and btiuas,
lawn all maae with several irult trees uud
chicken-house, street work paia Cue. Call
early mornings and evenings. East 21m'o.
' lOOxl0O-U -ROOM HOUSE. "
$L'50 CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY.
Island Station, Oregon city line, Zo
fare. 23 minutes to city; superb view;
boating, bathing ; fruit trees; chicken
house; garden; city water, electricity, tel
ephone. Call MHwaukie 1 bX, Ryan, Route
1, Box A.
A non-resident holds a mortgage of
$3240 on an almost new, modern, 6 -room
house and lot in Waverly Addition ; 30
minutes out, one block to Clinton street
car; you can get titiu to property, suo
Ject to mortgage, by simply paying back
interest of $-oo 0. 211 Lumber Excnange.
cor. 2d and StatJu
FOR SALE A new modern cottage, five
rooms, on lot 50x129. Asquith u. Vic
toi la. B. C. ; choice location, price $5uoi;
mortgage $1900 can be paid or may run;
might trade equtty for good acreage or
farm property in Oregon. Address C. box
63. Salem, Or.
3-KOOM bungalow. $200 CASH. '
Nlca li-roura bungalow; electric lights ;
built-in bed in living-room, bu.'l'et, etc;
close in, on East J'Jth st. ; price $lO0;
$20o cash and $15 per month; uo mort
gage to assume.
GKL'SSI & BOLDS.
"2d Board ot Trade. Main 745i.
HAWTHORNE bungalow, snap; swell new,
modern 5-room bungalow ; fireplace, oak
floors, east facing, 2 blocks to car; only
$2750; g'JOO down, $13 pt:r month.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414 Corhett Bldg. A 1410. Marshall Pi?.
FOR SALE. AT A BARGAIN,
a two-story residence. rooms, two in
basemnu 447 Main su, between 12th and
13i h; must be sold ; ownr living out of
city. inquire Room bT5 Corbett bldg.
Phone Main 6716.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lots or ours; by your ouu plans
or ours; pav us like rent.
1330 Northwestern Bank Blag.
U SHOULD C IT Unquestionably the class
iest unincumbered it-room house in cliy
at $250o; 27 minutes; total $25 a month.
Owner and builder, 102a Yeon Liug.
HAVE houses you can buy for $15, $15. $1S.
$20. $Uo, $25 and $30 per month. Including
interest, or will build to suiu on your lot
or ours. Call East CtifcT.
LEAVING city, sacrifice 5-room modern
bungalow, year old. near car; cost $2750 ;
take $2'"00: terms. Owner; no agents. V
Suburban Home Property.
THE high cost of living can bo solved by
owning one of our half-acie tracts, w here
you can raise alt your vegetaoi. small
fruit, chickens, keep a cow, etc.. which is
the greater part of your living ; $20 cash
and 1 a month handles this placet; price
only $700; 15 minutes car ride. Wcbt Side
5c fare. M. E. Lee. 522 Corbett bldg.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water; close to carllne;
easy terms; will build to cult purchaser
Phone Marshall 15a5 or Seilwood 476.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
HOUSE and '1 acres in fine cultivation;
Metayer Station. U-cent fare, block to
depot; exchange, rent or sell ; $?5"o.
Phone Marshall o'.'U. 0'i3 Oreyonlan bids.
For Sale Acreage.
1. 2. 5 and 10-acre tracts, SO
minutes out on
NEW BIG RED STEEL ELECTRIC
12c commuters tare ; very best of
soil, water and community conven
iences; $125 .to $500 per acre, on
THE SHAW-FEAR CO.,
Main oo. 102 4Ux Su A 3500.
5 ACRES, $250.
$10 down and $5 a montn buys 5 acres
good log god-off land, between Portland
and Centralia, ou main line 3 railroads,
19 miles from town of looO population;
sawmills, shlnglem 11 U and other indus
tries, some ot these tracts are half
cleared; beautiful trout stream; first-class
bottom land ; good soil ; lies well, fine lo
cation; 10o acres to choose from; perfect
title, warranty deed.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO
SIS Hallway Exchange.
QUARTER ACRE TRACTS
ON WEST SIDE.
Good soil. Bull Run water, 5 -cent -ar
$3 down, $5 per month.
Here's your opportunity to make a start.
SHEPARD & GEAR IN.
463 Washington St.. near 13th.
Main &35. A-4710.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland;
new subdivision, near Gresham; 3 acres
$400. $500. $7O0. 3 acres. $500. $70o; 1U
acres. $750. $900. $1000 per tract; best
soil, free wood, spring water; acreage at
Scappoose. Or., $23 to $R0 per acre.
FRANK M' FAR LAND REALTY CO.,
300 Yeon bldg.. Portland, Or.
YOU can maks good from the start on 5
or 10 acres of the all-cleared, deep, rich
bottom land we offer on the easiest pos
sible terms; close to good town, school
churches, stores, etc; R, R. few hundred
feet; reliable parties can get lumber, ca
tle, etc.; work close by. See samples soil
photographs, etc. at office, 52ti-7 Corbett
1 TO 20 acres, near Concord Station, on
Oregon City cariine; ideal building sites;
beautiful view of Mount Hood; price $3u0
per acre. H. G Starkweather Phone Oaic
Grove. Black 17.