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THE 3IORXIXG OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1914.
BRAVES WIN AGAIN
Fighting Spiri tof Youth Strik
ing Feature of Struggle.
NEW MEN JUMP TO FAME
ilepeatedly Mackmen Battle Their
Way Into Lead, Only to See Rival
for World's Honors Come
TTp and Pass Them.
Continued Prom First Pase.)
ball and attempted to catch Mann at
Baker's station. "Bullet Joe's" throw
was -wild. The ball went into left field,
the relief runner rounded third and
romped home with the winning run
and the Braves' third victory in three
(.owd7 Hero of Day.
Although Gowdy did not cross the
plate with the run which his double
started, he was the hero of the game.
His two doubles and home run In four
times at bat were the feature hits of
v the contest. Captain Johnny Evers was
' second with three singles, and Schmidt,
Deal and Maranville also contributed
opportune hits. Murphy, with two dou
bles, and Baker with a double and sin
gle, were the leading Athletic batters.
The battery work was not as clean
cut or spectacular as in the preceding
games. In addition to Bush's wild
throw that closed the contest. Catcher
Schang was charged with an error for
the Athletics. Bush in 12 Innings
fanned - four and walked an unusual
number of Boston batters. Tyler struck
out four and passed three Mackmen in
10 innings, while James fanned one and
walked three in his two periods on the
Fielding honors were divided by
Baker, with two successive stops and
throws in the ninth inning, and Schmidt,
who in the eighth Inning got Bush's
whistling drive along the base line with
a one-hand stab, and while prone on
the ground threw the runner out at
first. Connolly contributed the Braves'
only error, when he dropped Collins'
hoist in the opening inning.
A record Boston world's series crowd
witnessed the game, 35,520 persons pay
ing $63,808 to pass through turnstiles
into the park.
Of this sum the National commission
took $6380.80: the players received $34,
456.32. and the club owners $11,485.44.
Had the capacity of Fenway Park been
srreater these figures would have been
increased considerably. The bleacher
grates were opened at 9 o'clock, and the
long rows of fans, many of whom had
stood in line all nig-ht, tiled through so
rapidly that within less than two hours
the gates were -closed with several
thousand still clamoring for admission.
delphia club, will be out of the gam'
for the rest of the series, it was learned
tonight. When the Philadelphia play
ers returned from Fenway Park, they
found Strunk had one had heavily ban
aged on account of an abcess which
had been forming for several days. His
- joss will be felt particularly by the
Athletics because up to today he was
the only one of the American Leaguers
hitting true to form. ,
The Philadelphia players tonight said
they were still hopeful that they would
even up the series. It seemed to be
the general opinion among them that
the Braves were playing at the top of
their ?ame, while the Athletics were
far below "thier' usual playing ability.
BRAVES' SPIRT XO StTRPRISE
Ed file Burns Says Pitchers Are
Stronghold of AVonderful Team.
SAN FRANCISCO Cal., Oct. 12.
'Special. That the showing of the
Boston Braves )3 no surprise to Na
tional . League players who kave
watched the wonderful spurt of that
club, is the assertion of Eddie Burns,
of the Philadelphia Nationals, who re
turned home today. Burns was ac
companies on the homeward trip by
Joe Oescher, the St. Mary's boy who
pitched for the Phillies this season
Oscar Vitt and Oscar Stanage, both of
the Detroit Americans.
"Boston hasn't surprised me In the
least. said Burns. "You know
played with about a dozen of the
Braves when in the International
League, and I know what they can do,
Their pitchers are their stronghold,
although otherwise they have a well
ibalanced club. Rudolph is their crack
pitcher, although James has more stuff
on the ball. I think the Nationals
have the goat of the Athletics and
will wins sure, now.
v e had a good year, in fact, al
though we ran sixth, as against; the
-Athletics' cnampionsnip team; we out
drew them 4 to 1. The Federal League
lost a lot of money, but I guess it in
tends to stick with its fight. At that.
It has been an off ye"ar in baseball.'
Burns says he signed a contract with
th Phillies for two years just before
leaving for home. He also says the
All-National club coming West will in
clude Big Bill James and Alexander
among the twlrlers.
BROTHERLY I.OYI" CITY SILENT
"Who Athletics lose Third Game Fans
of Pennsylvania Surrender.
PHILADELPHIA." Oct. 12. Such en
thusiasm as tho Athletics' supporters
previously had not had occasion to
-manifest during th present champion
ship series gave way today to a pro
found silence when the final flash
showed the Braves the victors for the
third successive time.
k When Murphy and Schang dashed
across the plate in the tenth inning,
giving the Mackmen a two-run lead, a
mighty shout went "up from the thou
sands of fans who were watching the
progress of the game as displayed on
electric boards in many parts of the
city. Hats were thrown in the air and
the chorus, which lasted for fully five
minutes, could be heard for several
blocks. Efforts of the police to pre
serve order were futile.
Even when Gowdy slammed the ball
for a home run in Boston's half of the
tenth the crowds did not become dis
heartened, but when the Braves again
tied the score confidence in the Mack
men seemed to waver. When the final
flash came expressions that "it seems
to be nearly all over" could be heard
from every side.
Three to one was being offered here
tonight that Boston would win the
series, with few takers. There were
several betes made, however, on tomor
row's game at even money and 10 to 8
In favor of Boston.
EX-BEAVER YVIXS TOPEKA CUP
Bill Kapps Gets Token That He Is
Club's Most Valuable Man.
Bill Rapps. first sacker for the Port
land Beavers a few seasons ago, re
ceived a loving cup for being the most
valuable player on the Topeka team,
in the Western League, during- the sea
son which ended October 3. The cup
was of silver and was donated by a To
peka newspaper. The presentation was
made beetween games of a double
header in Topeka on the closing day
of the leas te
la making the presentatioa speech.
the- donor, among other things, 6aid
that the coramitteee had decided to
award the cup to Kapps because be had
never lost his smile or "pep" during
the entire season. Although called upon
to play half a dozen positions Jie batted
well over .300. Topeka finished seventh
In the race.
BAKER HAS HEAVY SCHEDULE
Seven Football Games are on Card
for Present Season.
BAKER, Or.. Oct? 12. (Special.)
Baker High School has scheduled a
series of footbal games which promises
to be the heaviest in the history of the
school. , Including the game of last
Saturday with Union, which Baker
won, S7-0, the local high school faces
seven games for the season. The
schedule for the season follows:
October 17, Prairie City High School,
at Baker: October 24 or 31. Wallowa
High School, at Baker; November 7,
LaGrande High School, at Baker; No
vember 13, Pendleton High School, at
Baker; November 20, Boise High
School, at Boise: November 26 (prob
able), Lincoln High School. Portland,
Chicago Americans 3, Nationals 1.
CHICAGO. Oct. 12. The Chicago
Americans gained a game on their
National League opponents today, wheri
they won, 3 to 1, thereby making the
standing three to two in favor of the
older league representatives for the
B, H. E. R. H. E.
Nationals 1 & 0Americans. . 3 9 0
Batteries Cheney and Bresnahan;
Scott, Faber and Schalk.
Giants 6, Yankees 1.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12. The New York
Nationals made it three out of four
today over the New York Americans,
winning by 6 to 1 in the Manhattan
championship series.. The "Yanks" now
must win three straight to lane me
R. H. E. .
Nationals 6 1 0 Americans. . 1 a a
Batteries Fromme and Meyers. .sic-
Hale, Keating, Cole and Sweeney.
World's Series Sidelights
ONTRARY' to general gossip,
best team wins about nine out of
ten times, even In a short series. In
all past world's series only once in
the ten times has the best ball club
been beaten down. Involving an upset.
That occasion was in 1906, when the
White Sox downed the Cubs. The cuds
that season waa the better ball club
but in the world's series they were
Whether or not the 1914 world's
series clash is destined to go down
in history as the second of these up
heavals remains to be seen. But the
chances are good that the Boston over
throw of the great MacK team win
take a side seat with the Sox-Cub
duel of eight years ago.
On paper Boston does not compare
with the Athletics in any department
save pitching. Yet such great swatters
as ColUns, Baker and Mclnnis have
done little toward upholding a past
reputation built upon the rocky
foundation of achievement.
We'll say in Boston's favor that
Stallings couldn't have picked a more
psychologicl year. We've been treated
to every thing from Boston's pennant
to 12 straight defeats for Marquard, 19
beatings handed to Walter Johnson and
a European war.
. . .
In the fourth inning of yesterday's
game, George HJldebrand, former Coast
umpire, sent-Boston rooters hurtling
head over heels from the dizzy heights
of ecstacy to the abyssmal depths of
the deepest despair.
Georere's part in the big clash con
sisted in calling foul a home run off
Maranville's bat in the fourth inning
after the Rabbit had crossed the home
plate, driving Schmidt ahead of him.
Whil we're the matter of several
thousand miles off the trajectory of
the aforesaid pellet here s a red appie
neainst a block of -Zeppelins that
George was right.
For George has a good pair of eyes,
and. furthermore, he is not afraid to
Portalnd fans will never forget an
Instance of Hildebrand's unfaltering
nerve as displayed in a certain critical
game on the home lot some mree
We were traling Venice in one of the
hottest Coast fights in years ana every
little victory had a meaning that was
very satisfying to local palates. In the
final big Sunday game of the series
before 8000 fans the Angels were
eivlne us a drubbing by a one-run
Suddenly in the ninth the Beavers
maneuvered a runner around to third
base. Two were out and Jack Barry
was hustled in to do a pinch hitting
stunt. Barry never was mucn or a
batsman and this instance was more so.
Instead of banging a home run over
the fence, a la Frank Merrlweii or
Hank Gowdy, Barry's offering was a
weak, puny grounder m front of the
Here s wnere Bartw s Drain cogs oe
ean clicking over the speed limit. In
stead of running down the base lines,
Jack cut into the diamond a yard or
two, took the throw on the back of
his ljeck, stumbled into the first bag
safe and sound, and the tying run
romDed over the old home cishpan.
Instantly pandemonium broke loose.
Also bedlam and a heluva racket be
sides. But all this noise was as
gentle zephyr beside what followed a
moment later when Hildebrand called
Barry out for running inside the
Even the conservative Judge Mc
(-redi joined the throng that sallied
forth vo tear the aforesaid Dutchman
into mailable sizes. But HUdy stooa
adamant, in his decision that Barry
wan out. and months later the Port
land players ' admitted, that the ruling
It took nerve for Ilildy to spike
Maranville's drive v-enterday, particular
ly because of his affiliations with the
benefitting league. But when it com.es
to the lion-hearted stuff George has
war hero number four ooking like a
neriscoDe alongside Hub Pernoll's
trustv rlKht limo.
He's one of the wai! lords of baseball.
Prettv soft for Connolly, the Braves'
outfielder. He has a batting average
around .310, and it was accumulated
strictly against right-handed pitchers.
Stallings never sent him in against a
southpaw and nearly always took him
out when a left-hander was sent in to
rescue a right-hander.
The story representing John Evers
as taking part in four world's series
with 1910 as one of them, is incorrect.
The only part Evers took in the 1910
series was a share of the money. He
broke his ankle sliding home in a game
at Cincinnati three days before the end
of the season. It was thought bis ao
sence from the lineup cost the Cubs
Stallings evidently had a lucky
hunch when he moved Goivdy up to
sixth, place tn the batting list
More newspaper representatives are
"among those present" at the present
world's series than ever before. Cuba
is represented by 11 baseball scribes.
"Red" -Smith, the Braves' third base
man, laid, up. ia the hospital, with, a
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COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
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Stubbs Electrical Co., eth anil Pine ata
Albers Bros. Milling- Co, Front and Marshall
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broken leg:, hears every play made. A
special telephone instrument has been
installed in his room.
Sounding the Sport Reveille
OSH CEVORE, pinch hitter of the
; Boston Braves, who is a veteran of
two world's series, recently undertook
to tell his teammates some of the vul
nerable points of the Athletics as he
observed them in 1911. Just as Josh
waa on In full swing Ted Cather inter
rupted with the remark, "Say, is this
old bird, Eddie Plank, so much of a
Devore s lecture came to an abrupt
end. The former Giant turned and
walked from the room without saying
'What's the matter with him?" asked
Cather. "I didn't say anything, did 1?"
"Look in the sruide book for the score
of the game played on October 16, of
the 1911 series," advised Johnny Evert.
Cathers did, and now he knows why
Josh was angry, for he read: "Struck
out by Plank Devore (4)."
We don't recall who it was that in
vented the typewriter, but he is re-
ponaible for an awful lot of deaths on
Harry Wolter, the .Los Angeles out
fielder, will coach tb.t,fianta Clara, Cal.,
team again this Winter. Wolter resides
at San Jose,
Bobby Jones, the young Ogden re
cruit picked up by Del Howard, the
Seal boss. Is being touted as the base
ball find of the season in California.
Hank O'Day, manager of the Chicago
Cubs, predicted that the Boston Braves
would not take a single game from the
Athletics. Wonder what's his alibi?
Manager Christian, of the Oakland
Coasters, has signed a full-blood Piute
Indian twlrler named Harry bampson.
He was graduated from the Stewart
Indian School at Carson City, Nev,
weighs 150 pounds and is 19 years old
He bats and pitches right-handed.
Connolly, the Braves' slugging out
fielder, and Kenworthy, formerly of
Sacramento, now in the Federal
League, twirled the Zanesvllle team to
a pennant five years ago. They both
quit tae mound at about the same
Milwaukee rvotbalI Player Dies.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 12. Milwaukee's
first football fatality for the 1914 sea
son occurred today, when Carrol Olson,
0 years old, died at a local hospital
from concussion of the brain, the re
suit of Injuries received in a game
Newport and Toledo Tie, 0 to 0.
TOLEDO. Or., Oct. 12. (Special.)
The football game here yesterday be
tween Newport and Toledo ended with
the score 0 to 0.
WOMEN NEGLECT MARKET
High Cost or Living Is Resnlt,
Thinks Minneapolis Man.
which have stood the test of time, that
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 10. Because i have been, put to every trial under the
women in the Northwest think: they varying: conditions of a;e, weight, general
have too many things to do. to take ' health, etc., may be safely relied upon,
time to go to market, the high cost of 1 And Judging by the fact that "Mother's!
living is mounting ever upward, ae- ! Friend" has been in continual use since
cording to H. A. Baltuff. ' our grandmother's earlier years and Is
To lay in a store of Winter vege-k! known throughout the United States it
tables is bad form. It isn't being done. . may be easily Inferred that It is some
It is acknowledged to be a great sav- j thing that women gladly recommend.
ing to put potatoes ana otner vege-
tables in quantity in one's cellar
the Fall, because things are cheaper in
wholesale quantities and prices on Win
ter vegetables are lower from October
10 to November 1 than at any other
season. Nevertheless housewives are
not bothering with it.
The large number of apartment
houses in the city has had something
to do with the discontinuance of the
practice of putting large quantities of
vegetables in the family bin. but it is
not the sole reason.
Men who have been on commission
row say that the modem housewife
doesn't do things the way her mother
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H. M. H. Electric Ck, 21 First St. Nana.
Phone Main 9210.
TEAMING, hauling, excavating; sales stable.
A. P. Morse. S34 Front. Main 6720.
KODAKS and ALL. SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE & MAKK.-
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HASTY MESSENGER CO. Morotcycles and
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FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or sold.
United Film Co, iJ8 2d st
CHARLES E. MITCHELL, concert pianist
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PIANO lessons, i!6d 14th 5 per month;
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DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
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A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay $5 to alO for a
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Quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
as L50? Goodman, 191 Morrison St., near
briuge. satisfaction guaranteed.
DR. R. H. Northrup, 308 Morgan bldg.. cor.
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J. GE1SLER, Atty-at-Law, 608 Henry.
"Win. c Schmidt. Eng. and Draftsman.
R. C. "WRIGHT 22 years practice U.
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THANHACSEK HAT CO., 63-66 Front at.
HIDES. PELTS. WOOL AND njRS.
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PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
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LIME. CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL- LAI kl.
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MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
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SRADSHAW BROS., Morriaon and Tth ata.
did. She hasn't the forethought and
is not so anxious to save money on
household expenses. She buys five
pounds of potatoes at a time, instead
of five bushels, even though she has
adequate cellar space. Five years ago
many families bought' their vegetables
at wholesale in the Fall, but so few do
it now they do not' make any showing
at the market now, commission men de
clare. LOOT LEFT FOR DRINK
Thieves Find Champagne and Forget
Silverware in Deserted House.
OAKLAND. Oct. 12. Cracker crumbs
and empty champagne bottles consti
tute the only clew left by robbers who
entered recently the residence of C. E.
Grunsky while the family was at Co
Mrs. G. Palmantler. mother of
Mrs. Grunsky, went' to the home and
found the dining-room in disorder. Six
empty champagne bottles were on the
floor and a bis" stock of crackers
which had been In the house was ex
She reported to the police that she
could not tell if any silverware or
jewelry had been taken until the Grun
sky s came back, but she believed all
WEALTH WINS MANY BEAUX
Five of Ten . Daughters of Farmer
lieft Estate Are Courted.
DURANGO. Colo.. Oct. 11. An inter
esting rivalry for favor with daughters
of James Baird. rancher, has stirred the
community to its center. Recently Baird
was notified by attorneys in Virginia
that ne was an heir to an uncle s es
tate, his share being $75,000.
Baird has 13 children, ten of whom
are girls. Five of the eldest girls are
now being assiduously courted. The
visits of the young men are of daily
occurrence, and the Baird home has
taken on the aspects of a hotel. Some
of the youthful ranchers are having
nightly visions of a big stake to. buy
cattle for their home ranches.
. of Motherhood
There is pt to he i latent apprehension
Bt distress to mar the complete Joy of
this Is quits over
come by the advice
of so many women
to use "Mother's
Friend." This is an
designed to so lubri
cate the muscles and
to thus so relieve the
pressure reacting; on
the nerves, that the
natural strain upon the cords and liga
ments Is not accompanied by those severe
pains said to cause nausea. momuiK sick.
sess and many local distresses.
! Many people believe that those remerHo.
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and write for a special book for expectant
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trackage. Office and warehouM 13th and
Hoyt sts. Main S47, A 2247.
C. O. PICK Transfer A Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron room and fireproof vauits
for valuables, N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
tor shipment, special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all domestlo and
foreign porta. Main 50tf, A 2&t.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO,
13th and Everett Sts.
Pianos and household goods moved,
parked and shipped, reduced freleht rates
on all household goods to and from East,
through car service. Main, 7U-3, A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GUsan St..
cor. 13th. Telephone Main tt or a 1169.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates in city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office 1S1 Madison ; general merchandise
and forwarding agents, fnone Jt.ain oa.
GREEN and dry slabwood; block wood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 6720, A SSttft.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland V ire A Iron Wki., 2d and Columbia
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. llio First street.
W. P. Fuller & Co.. l-'th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSMEN it CO.. 2d and Taylor ata
PIPE, PIPE iTTTINUS AND VALVES.
U. L. KLINE. b-i-So Front atreet.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 4-8tl Front street.
PRINTERS AND PLBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTEa A CO.. 1st and Oak ata
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDINQ & FARRELL. Ho "ront St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland cordufte Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. fool of Ankeny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12tli and Davia.
Portland Iron Works, 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN (SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO. 08 Front at. '
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 130 2d at.
wholesale jewelers & opticians.
bi ttee?fif;l.d bbos. mohawk bi.o .
wider "New Today" and all other cUmm ill ca
tion except tbe following:
(situation. anted Jale.
Situation W arned Jr euialt.
For ttent. Houmr. 1'rivate Families.
Kooidk and Board. 1'rlvaie Families.
UouttekeepuijE Kooiun, Private Families.
Kate on tbe above cltilicauon L ? cents
a line each insertion. 4
On "charge" advertisements charge will
be based on tbe number of lines appearing
til tbe paper, resardle&s of tbe number of
words iii each it ue. &i mini am chars; e. two
The Oregonian wlU accept clawlUed ad.
vertisements over tbe telephone, provided
the advertiser la a subscriber to either
'phone. No prices will be quoted over tbe
uhone. but hill will be rendered th fnllnw.
iiic day. Wbetber subsequent advertisements
will be accepted over tbe pbone depends up
on the promptness of payment of telephone
advertisement it. Situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders fur one insertion
omy wiii do accepiea lor "Jtumiture for
ale," "ltiiHine Opportunities. "iiooniing
boLes," and "Wanted to Kent.
i n uregontan will not Biiarantm annjw
or tNtiDme responsibility for error occurring
is telephoned advertisements,
i d vert i semen t to recei ve prompt classi
fication muHt be In The Oregonian office be
fore 8 o'clock at night, except (Saturday.
Closing hour for The Sun da v Oregonian will
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. The 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 headtnir
Too Late to Classify."
Tbe Oreaonlun will not h rMnnnaiki. A
mm.- n imiirrrci insertion of any ad-
Chamber of Commerce Building
DUNIWAT. RALPH R Mala 1615 SJ-5J1
VINCENT. S. D. Ac CO Main 1IS4. ..:..!
KEASEY. DORR a. A CO. ataln 118.. Ill
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROS. Main ti9. tt
LUCIUS. W. W. Marshall 384 31S-S17
BAIN. JOHN. A Main 8021. ......0t
KIMBALL. HEN K Y SL Mar. 650 .Ji
llALARKEY. SEA BRUOK A DIBBLE.
Main laUI. A 6212 lSuO-l&O
Ji'CHEDIE BILLIARDS Scon4 Floor
RAIN'ET, J. O. Marshall 1177 ...1804
WAGGONER, GEO. E. 804
AUCTION BALKS TODAY.
At Bakers Auction House. 365-198
Park st. Fine furniture, rug, etc. ale
at l o c:or.
ELLISON ENXAMPMENT. N'O. 1. I. O. O.
F. Regular meeting this (Tuesday) even-
inc. at S P. M.. at I. O. O. F Tmni-
First and Alder atreet. Royal Purple de
gree. Visitor always welcome.
R. OtiVOLD, Scribe.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER, No. 84,
O. E. S. Htatod communication
tli!a (Tueaday) evening. Masonic
Tern-pie, S o'oiorK, . By order W. M.
HKNR1STTA M'CABJS, Secretary.
ANCHOR COUNCIL NO. T4 wlU give a card
a na auncing party ruesaay evening
fanehfter b:dg., P.oyn! Academy ILni
tia. -Hli U Anmiaaion 13 cent a.
Main 1. A llii
ALL THIS WEEK.
DE WOLF HOPPER
COMIC OPERA CO..
TONIGHT AND IRIDAV, 8:10.
Bonrafn Price M.tkne. Tomorrow, :I0.
Tomorrow JCijtht. :I0 Double Bill
"Pinaor." "Trial Br Jnry" Thursday
Night "Plritte. of Peasant." Satur
day Matinee and Night "In. Mikado."
Eve. $2. $1.50, t. 7oc. 50c. Tomorrow.
Matinee $1.-0, S1.00. 73c. 60c.
6 JSStKfa Next Sunday
Bargain Priw Mstlnee M'etlnewday and
Friday. World's Omttt Melo-Ursiua.
THIS IS NOT A MOTION PICTURE.
The Lower Floor, $2.0O. l.SO.
Bal. 1.0O. 75e. Gallery SOc
Wed., Fri. Matinee tl.OO. T5c, 50c
MAUL ORDERS NOW.
Home of Portland. Famous Baker Playera.
Tonight, all week. mats. Wed., Sat. Eu
gene Walter's remarkable modern drama,
"PAID IN FULL."
Splendidly staged and acted. Th play that
ran two whole yeara tn New York. Gripping
In plot and power. ThrilUngc climaxes; a
strong lesson to young men. Evening prices:
2.',c. 35c. 50c, 7oc; box, 1. Sat. Mat.. 25c.
50c; box. 75c. Wed. Mat., all seats, 25c
(except box). Next week "Broadway Jones."
HATIKIE PAICf 2.30
Week. October 12 The Juvenile Orches
tra, direction of Professor H. A. Webber.
Slivers Oakley; Silber and North; The Bel!
Trio; William Schilling A Co.. in "Destiny ";
Underwood Sc Underwood War Service; Mu
Phone Main 4(j:,. A ttsn.
lO Big Features lO
COMIMOlb JLTternoon. l:SO to 3:3.
Bfit. e:S0 to ll:O0; Sundays. l:trt to UuXlv
PRICES Afternoons. lOc and lAa
N tent a. 15a and 2So-
Now open. New management, new lr
ranKmenl h, new popular prlcee, new
jbHstern idea. jLargent and bet roller
ftkatina; rink in the Northwest. Lwm to
t k ate free. Beet instructors, their ervioe
free. 25 cents covers cimltioa and
skates. No "extras,"
MEETING NOTICES. .
IMPERIAL LODGE. NO. 153.
A. F. AND A. M. Slated com
municatlon this (Tuesday) even
ln Masonic Temole. West Sioe
Willamette Lodge will Dav us a
fraternal visit, and confer the
E. A. degree. A full attendance of the
members is particularly requested. Let's
Rive our "mother loege a most coraiat
greeting. By order ol the w. M.
W. P. ANDRUS, secretary.
A. & A. S. RITE, Oregon
Lodge of Perfection, No. 1
Special meeting in Auditorium,
Scottish Rit. Cathedral, this
evening at S o'clock. Work in
4th. 6th and 6th degrees. By
order VEN. MASTER.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
Ill, A. V. AND A. M. Special
communication thia (Tuesday)
evening at 7:30, Masonic Temple.
Work In the F. C. degree. Visit
ing brethren welcome.
C. E. MILLER, Sec.
ERY NO. 15 K. T Stated
Conclave thia (Tuesday) even
ing, 1 :30. All Sir Knights
courteously invited to attend.
F. H. NOLTXER, Recorder.
MT. HOOD LODGE, No. 157,
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication thia (Tuesday) even
InK, at 7:30. Work in .E. A.
degree. Visitors welcome. Or
der of W. M.
E. C. DICK. Secretary.
FOWLER George and Vnrbin are some
proud. The atork by mistake left a boy in
ateady of a girl Sunday evening. Whole
family doing fine at 091 East 20th st.
North, Portland. McMlnnville and Bickle
ton papers please copy.
STJT-LIVAN October 1 1. at 327 W. Park,
Frank B. Sullivan, aged 5 years; beloved
husband of Mrs. Amelia Sullivan. He
mains at manning & MoEntee'a parlors.
Notice of Itinera) later. -
SEARLE May Josehine Searle. aged 17, In
thfkt citv. at 221 Kaat Hovt ctreet. Octo
ber lO. 1014. l.eloved daughter of Mr. and
M rs. A. dearie, sister ot jurs. A. v .
Todd, of Seattle: Raleitrh H.. Archie N"..
Klovd M. and Donald .T. Searle, of Port
land. Friends are Invited to attend funeral
at W. U. Hamilton' funeral parlors. East
Klehth and Glisan streets, at 2 P. M.
Tuosday. October 13. 1S14. Interment in
family plot in Mount Scott Park, Ceme
SEA RLB May Josephine Searle. aged 17, In
thia city, at 2J21 K. Hoyt street, October
lO. 1914, beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Searle. sister of Mrs. A. V.
Todd, of Seattle; Raleigh H., Archie N.,
Floyd M. and Donald J. Searle. of Port
land. Friends are invited to attend funeral
at W. H. Hamilton's funeral parlors. East
Eightieth and Glisan streets, at 2 P. M..
Tuesday, October 13. 1814. Interment In
family plot in Mount Scott Park. Ceme
tery. Seattle papers please copy.
CARPENTER In thia city, October 30, Mat.
tie Bel) Carpenter, aged 46 years ' days.
Funerat services will be held today (Tues
day), October 13. at 2:S0 "7. M., from the
M. E. Church. 15th st. and Tacoma ave.
Remains are at the funeral parlors of
Walter C. Kenworthy. 1687 E. Iftth st-.
Seiiwood. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
HOUSTON In this city, October 12, Martha
M. Houston, agea 6i years; mother of Mrs.
E. A." Blakney, Mrs. Ed Jordon, of this
city, and Mrs. Griner, of Cape Horn,
Wash. The remains are at the conserva
tory chapel of K. S. Dunning. Inc.. Eaat
Hide Funeral Directors, and will be for
vrarJed. to Kcio. Or., Wednesday. October
14. for interment.
ALEXANDER On October 32. at hie home.
eat of MUKauKie. George G. Alexander;
member of Industry Lodge, No. 8, A. O.
- U. W. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
Funeral Parlors, at 2 P. M. tomorrow
Wednend ay ) . October 14. In termen t Mt,
6cott Park Cemetery.
QTTTGLEY The funeral services of the late
Joseph Quigley. aged T7 years, will be
held at Dunning & McEntee's chapel to
day (Tuesday), st 1:30 P. M. Friends
invited. Interment Mt. Calvary Cem
8TEMME The funeral services of Eva
ftemm, widow of the late Edward J. v .
Stemme. will b held at Holman's Funeral
Parlors, at 10 A. M. tomorrow (Wednes
day), October 14. riends invited. Inter
- mint Lone Fir Cemetery.
STE1XKUHLER The funeral services of
' the late Guston Stetnkuhler will be held
at Dunning A McEntee's parlors today
(Tuesday), at 10 A. M. Friends invited.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
MURPHY The funeral services of th late
Thomas Murphy, aged S3 years, will be
held at Dunning fc McEntee's chapel to
day (Tuesday), at 0 o'clock. . Friends In
vited. Interment ML Calvary Cemetery.
ALEXANDER The funeral services of the
lata George G. Alexander wi.j be helfi
from Holman's Chapel at 3 P. M. "Wed
nesday, October 14. Interment in family
plot in Mu Scott Park Cemetery.
ERNST October 11 at 0 Monroe street,
Henry Ernst, age 67 years. Funeral ser
vices wlU be he'd from St. Jobeph Church
today. October 13, at 2 P. M. Friends in
vited. Interment Mt Calvary Cemetery.
BENSON The funeral services of the late
J. Herman Benson will be held today
Tuesday. t 10:80 A. M., at the grave
la Multnomah Cemtery FriendA invited.
FUNERAL NOTICES. ;
BARZ October 12. at f.94 East Tenth street.
Charles J. C. Ears, a?t-d 71 years, behoved '
husband of Mrs. Sophia Bars, father ( -'
Mrs. Henrv Streib. The funeral services
will be held at P. L. Lerch chapel. East
Eleventh and Clay streets. Wednesday. Oc
tober 14. at 2 P. M. Friends Invited.
Tb only residence undertaking establUo
ment in PortUnU witii private drivwjr.
Main U. 15b9.
J. P. FINLET & SON.
Montgomery at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN. the leadtnc
funeral director. 23u Third street, corner
bimoD. Lady AMiswat, a 1511. Main bol.
F. S. DUNNING. INC
Eaat Side Funeral DLrectora. 414 East
Alder at. Eaat 52, B 2526.
A. R Zt'LLEK CO., 5U2 WILLIAMS '.
Eaat JOsa. C lOSb. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
DUNNING A M'ENTEE. funeral directora,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 450. Lady at
tendanu Office of County Coroner.
R. T. BYRNES. WUUama ave. and Knott. .
East 1115. C 1943. Laxly attendant.
P. L. LERCH. East lllh and Clay ata. .
Lady assistant. East 781.
SKEWSS UNDERTAKING COMPANY,"" Sd .
and Clay. Main 4152, A 2321. Lady attendant
MARTIN A FORBES CO., florists. 147
Waahlngton. Main 2d9, a 126V. Flowers '
tor all occasions artistically arranged. '
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators; .
fresh cut flowers, great variety. Morrison..
bet. 4th and Sth. Main or A 1S05.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Mara hall 3yiI2.
MAX M. SMITH.
Main 7215. A 3121. Sell.
MOl'NT SCOTT PARK
Coatatnlaa- 335 Acrea.
Portland'a Ualy Madera
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Refined.. Pleaalnp hrrvlce.
Complete. Per feet i;qulpmeit
Price and Terms Keuoaabla
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
T GRAXD AVE,
Between Uavi. and Everett.
Phonea Kaat 1423, B .".13. Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this off Ice.'
Lethal chamber for small animals. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one desir
ing a pet may communicate with us.-
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available wltHla 24 Hotare after
reeeipt of aba tract 6 sad 7 per eest
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 North wg.tem Bank Bids.
$8000 Horns for $5250
9 rooms, modern, fine view. Willam
ette Heights. Easy terms. Leased
one year, $u0 per month.
W. B. STREETER
1215 Yeon Bldg. Phone Marshall ns3.
.raun-UMairf in i Till ' i'I
Western Bond S
Our Own Mone at Current Katea.
FAH11 AJV . C1TX LOANS,
SO fourth. St, HusrU of Trade Bids.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Auy Amount at Current Kates.
JOHN . CRONAN
02 Spaldlauc Bids.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
J. H. NASH, 7-3 Chamber of Commerce
bids., pays cash for real estate and sells
on easy terms and exchange.
Wilcox bid jr.
BECK, William G.,
S1.-.-318 Failing bldg.
BENEDICT BROS.. 90 Hawthorne avenue.
JENNINGS & CO., Main 188. 206 Oregonian.
LALRELHL'RSI AM CLOSING OUT AN
That has 20 choice luta in Laurel hurst ;
some of the best in the additiou cau be
bad uow at a discount of $G0u less than
original cost. This opportunity will nut
last long. AG 2W, Oregonian. 1
A HALF ACRE view tract overlooking t'.ic
West Side mountains and river, tor fru.
cash, sio a month. City water pipii
to tbe piact. Aiiia is an uieai noiiiesun
with a big future. 21. fc.. Lee, oOi corbett .
STiO $lu down and a month, buys a
Quarter acre. v est isiae. oc lare. luih i
an ideal place for a home where you can
raise all your vegetables, barriea, chickentt,
if ivhlrh 1b t li.a tratpr nnrtmn ttt vuur
living. AL E. Lee. 506 Corbett bldg.
ONE lot .1 blocks from, Mt Scott carline
with fruit trees on it. to trade for auto
mobile. Roadster preferred. Will pay dif
ference In cash for good car. Call Tabor
SEVERAL good snaps in Astoria, Warren
ton and Flavel lots; I know the grouod
and can locate you in the heart of the best
of It R. L, Yoke, Northwest Ban It
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Homes and homes! tea. A few great
bargains. Every customer is a reference
Marshall 427. BROOKE, A
For Sale Beach Property.
For sale or rent, b-rffom bouse on "G"
st., 00 feet from boardwalk; view of ocean
from lower or upper porches.
Lot 50x100; rent $1$ per month. Inquire
at Mrs. Jetys real estate office or at resi
dence of Mr. Groga.ii. Seaside. Or.
Anyone wishing to buy address James
Dutty. Seaside. Or.
for bale Hoitoea.
EAST Lincoln-st snap; 5 -room bungalow,
corner lot, 1 block to car. a big nap at
$2200; $100 down and $15 per month.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414 Corbutt Bldg. A 141ti, Marshal! P2.
FOR SALE The finest new home in Irvlny
ton, between Brasee and Knott; price
$9000. F. E. Bowman Ac Co.. Commercial
SACRIFICE Beautiful $7000 Laurelhurst
home. ti00. Clyner, McCain, tiuii s.
Spring st, Los Angeles. CaL Courtesy to
LEAVING city; cozy bungalow: 14 block car:
5 rooms and attic; lot .lOxlOO; coat $27AO
0 months ago; take $2000 and give good
terms to right party. C 3-9, Oregonian.
iliOO BUYS small house, fine lot. on M 11
waukie, 2 blocks from car; paved street
paid for. Phone Tabor 5775 or AC
MY modern, beautiful Piedmont home cost
$320O, for $1850, only $900 cash, balance
long time mortgage, close to stores and
car. Marshall 3941, 60U Oregonian bldg..
HOUSES Some fine bargains Irvlngton, less
than cost; for rent furnished and unfur
nished; also lots. East -1. W. H. Herd
man. IRV1NGTOX residence for sale in best resi
dential district: 7 room and sleeping
porches, complete In all detaiis. For futl
particulars phone East 67 9 6.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY, 6VS.
New 4-room house, modem; terms. 510
Yeon. Mar. 432.
FOR. SALE or eichanac. modern bungalow,
with one acre., suburban. AD 311, Oregonian.