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TITE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914.
FAMS SURPRISED BY
Athletics Confident Braves
Were Easy to Beat and
Early Work Was Poor.
M'GRAW SA)TS GOOD WORD
rhlladelpliia's Rtcommendatlon Gets
Post tor Boston Leader, Who,
In Last Series, Has to Meet
Man Who Helped Him.
BT CHRISTY" MATHEWSOM.
The Giants' Famous Pitcher.
KEW YORK. Oct. 2L (Special.)
When "Jim" Gaffney started to look
around for a manager to lead the Bos
ton Braves he came to McGraw and
"John, who would you consider to
be the best man to get to build up my
Without any hesitation McGraw re
On this recommendation the "Miracle
Man'1 was signed, and he completed
his task of "building up the, club"
when he won the world's champion
ship and a fortune for the owner. Mc
ciraw's man has made good, but,
.strangely enough, in making good, he
beat his indorser Tight out of the base
ball ambition of his life four straight
pennants when he beat the Giants in
the National League.
Braves Once Offered for Sale.
The story of Stalllngs' baseball suc
cess reads like a fairly tale. It is the
atory of wonderful self-confidence,
dogged perserverance and fighting
pluck. Even In the earlier part of this
season none believed in Stalllngs ex
cept himself, and. as late as July, the
Boston team was offered for sale. At
that time Stallings tried to interest
three or four friends in a proposition
to buy it and declared that he would
invest some of hia own money with
them. One man had come so near
purchasing the team that only a differ
ence of $500 stood between Gaffney
and letting go in the dicker. Then the
team began its winning streak and the
difference at the end of the week instead
of being $500 was $5000. Gaffney had
raised the price.
liven when the team had won the
National League pennant, few follow
ers of baseball believed that it had
any real class. They thought that the
other clubs in the National League had
dropped dead, but when they saw
Stallings" men fight back at the Ath
letics in one game the most exciting
world's series contest in history
overcoming a two-run lead to avoid
defeat, the Braves were acknowledged
to be the gamest ball club ever put
together. In this way It emphatically
contradicted its critics.
Athletics Show Contempt.
Even the Athletics themselves held
their opponents lightly and referred to
the Boston team before the series in
the privacy of their clubhouse as a
"bush league" outfit. As is his habit
before a series, cautious "Connie"
Mack, however, sent several of his
board of strategy to see the Boston
club play the Giants during their final
series of the season at the Polo
Grounds, for "Cjnnie" is nothing if
not careful. Among these was "Chief"
Bender, who, all the baseball world
knew, would pitch the first game for
Mack, since the wily leader of the
Athletics has frequently referred to
the "Chief" as the best single game
pitcher in the world. That was before
his start this year. After an absence
of three or four days Bender showed
"What did you find out about them?"
Mack asked the Indian.
"Nothing." was his startling reply.
"Why not?" returned Mack.
"Because," remarked the "Chief," "I
did not go to see them play. 1 can
heat that bush league outfit by throw
ing my glove in the box. Why should
I waste my time watching them?"
For the first time in his career Ben
der was knocked out of the box in a
world's series game and his own words
must have smarted his ears If he
thought of them again. I cannot think
of a more humiliating position in
which a star of his caliber could be
Mack" Blames Bender.
I would like to have heard what the
usually mild "Connie" Mack said to
Bender when he came back to the bench
after he was forced to quit under fire.
American Leaguers tell me that Mack
never will forgive the Indian for his
carelessness because Mack confidently
believes that if he could have gotten
away with" tHe 'first game it would
have made a. difference in the whole
series. I understand that he no longer
mentions the "Chief" as the best single
game pitcher in baseball.
But Bender was not altogether to
blame. The confidence of the Indian
when he gi. thoroughly warmed up be
fore that first game and then indulged
in some horse play to amuse the fans
was duplicated by the other members
of the team on the opening day. The
outfielders stalked to their places list
lessly, as if they were, going to meet
the Cleveland team. And then all of
a sudden they ran Into the fighting
spirit of Stallings and his club. As
events have proved, it would be nearly
as reasonable to suppose that a blade
of grass on the track would stop an
express train as to believe that the
Athletics could interrupt the progress
of that wild Boston nine.
Boston Lram Foes' Failing.
Never before in the history of the
game has there been so much bitter
fueling during the playing of a world's
series. Stallings started It with his
row with "Connie" Mack on the day
preceding the playing of the first con
The members of the Boston, club
boasted before the series that they had
found out all that- they could about
the Inclinations and personal weak
nesses and shortcomings of ' various
members of Mack's team and that they
were going to use this information to
"ride" the players during the games.
How well they did this the result
show! The thing on which the Bos
ton players dwelled with the greatest
constancy was the failure of the Phila
, delphia team to join the Players' Fra
ternity and the fact that certain mem
bers of the Athletics had said last Sum
mer at the time of the threatened
strike that they had no sympathy with
the movement and would have played
whether the strike had been called or
not. The idea that the Boston players,
rated a bush league outfit, showed no
respect for the position the Athletics
held in baseball appeared to paralyze
Mack's team. I guess they looked for
some "after you" tactics.
"Scabs" Cried at Mark's Men.
Every time that Baker came to the
bat he was greeted with the title "Run
Home" Baker. It is no secret that Frank
Baker has wanted to quit baseball for
several seasons. , The Boston club evi
dently did not think he had his heart
in the game, although he made a good
showing, considering. Even spectators
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title & Trult Co., 7 CI. of Com.
K. BIEPHA.N Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord, side pleat, button covered, goooa
sponged; mail orders. 363 Aider, ii. U37;i.
ASSAVERS AND AAL1STS.
MONTANA ASSY OFFICE, 142ft 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
J. R. GREENFIELD General practice, . ab
stracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul
tation free. New offices. 707, 70S, 709 Sell,
ingbldg. Main 4liJ3. Open evenings.
LINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Tilford bldg.,
Portland, Oregon. Phone Main &U&3.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pete, rag rugs. 18a East 8th. Both phones.
CELLCMHM BUTTONS, BAOGEs!
THE IKW1.N-HODSO.N COMPANY,
92 5th st. Phone Main 312 and A 1204.
William. Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors, 302 Gerlinger bldg., S. W corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.'
CHIROPODIST and Foot Specialist. Mez
zanine floor. N. W. Bank bldg. Main 2U74.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
rent, muceh, r ueaaer Diag. Alain 84ja.
DR. M'MAHON. 121 4th Chronic cases: 18
treatments. 10; others less. Main 20S.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we press one suit
eacn week for S1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
309 Stark st bet, oth and 6th. Main 514.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
snort Aletnoas." Short Adjustment Co,
820 X. w. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
NETH & CO., Worcester bids. Main 1798
j.o collection, no cnarge. Established 19O0.
ROSLYN CASCADE bituminous coal. Port-
st. Wholesale and retaiL Phone Main 3S8.
R. A. W. KEENE. Majestic Theater bldg.,
351Vi Washington st. Marshall 320&.
PROF. WAL WILSON Waltz, hesitation,
one-step. two-step, schottische; lessons
25c, rroming. afternoon, eve.; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
&oJi 5th St., bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private
lessons, $2; 8 classes. Phone Main 7637.
R. M. Wade & Co.. liawuhorne are.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE TRON WORKS.
I'ortland Wire & Iron Wks., ;iu and ColumDia.
AUTO AND BCtiGV TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 20O 2d St.
BALLOl! & w RIGHT, 7tn and Oak sts.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park e Davis.
BICYCLE, MOTORCYCLE & SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery & conf., inc., 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WK IN HARD, 13th and Burnside.
CASCAKA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHK BKOo., IU1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. Crowe A Co., 45 Fourth street.
COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICKS.
CLOSSETT & DEVERS, 1-11 N. Front St.
FLB1SCHXER, MAYER A CO., 2Q7 Ash at.
Sttibbs Electrical Co.. tith and Pine sts.
Albers Bros. Milling Co.. Front and Marshall
WADHAM? & CO.. 61'-".'. Fourth street.
in the stands could hear the often re
peated cry of "scabs." This referred to
the fraternity incident.
Whenever one of the Boston club
reached third base, which was fairly
frequent, he would exchange some
repartee with the players on the Phila
delphia bench, which was' bandy and
within easy range.
"After all I've done for him, was one
thrust that was often used. This was
aimed at "Connie" Mack.
The story is that when Plank, who
has always been one of the mainstays
of the Athletics, came to sig-n a con
tract last spring, he told "Connie" that
he had been offered 7500 by the Fed
eral League. He made Mack raise his
salary J500 over what he had previ
ously drawn, which was not more than
"What do you think of him making
mo do that," said Mack later, "after
all I've done for him?"
ALTHOUGH William Carrigan, pilot
of the Boston Americans, didn't
succeed in his attempt to make the con
test for the world's flag a city series,
he gave Connie Mack a run for his
money. Also, another year Is coming,
and Bill has signed a contract for two
years, tendered by President Joseph J.
Lannin. wherefore, it the Braves ao
their part, Mr. Carrigan confidently ex
pects that the 1913 series will be staged
exclusively in Boston. Bill, who has
proved himself an able pilot as well as
a star backstop, will celebrate his thirty-first
birthday today, and doubtless
he will receive many congratulations
from the fans who share his opinion
that the Athletics are due to crack next
Carrigan is the sixth man to manage
the Red Hosiery bunch since Boston got
a berth in the American League in 1901.
James J. Collins was the first leader
of the Bostonians and one of the great
est managers in the history of the
game. In 1901 he landed the Red Sox
in second place. The next year they
finished third, but in 1903 they hit their
stride and landed the pennant and an
nexed the world's flag in the series
with the Pirates. In 1904 the Bed Sox
were again out in front of the Ameri
can League, but there was no world's
series that year. In 1905 the Ked Sox
were at the bottom of the first division
and the next year they finished igno
minlously In the cellar.
Jim McGuire took up the Red Sox
burden in 1907, but the best his men
could do was to climb from the cellar
into seventh place. In 1908, with Mc
Guire still at the helm, the Bostons
headed the second division.
Mctiuire was succeeded by Fred Lake,
who managed the club during the 1909
season, when the Red Sox climbed into
third place. In 1910 Pat Donovan, who
had been released by Brooklyn In 1908
and was the Red Sox scout in 1909,
took charge of the club. Donovan was
an experienced manager, as during his
more than 20 years in the big league
ball he had managed the St. Louis,
Pittsburg, Washington and Brooklyn
teams. Under Donovan's regime the Red
Sox finished fourth in 1910 and fifth
When James A. McAleer assumed the
presidency of the Boston club he looked
about for a new manager, and his
choic fell upon J. Garland Stahl, vice
president of the Washington Park Na
tional Bank of Chicago. As "Jake." Mr.
Stahl had been a classy flrst-sacker
for the Red Sox, but he auit the dia
ALR. and Airs. Heath's Academ Dancing
taught in ail its branches; class Mon. and
Fri. eve., 7 to 9 ; assembly after; lessons
daily. 231 Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 313.
EYE, EAR. XOSE AXD THROAT.
Treatments by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. casseday. 517 Dekum bl., 3d sr. Wash.
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 su riortn.
Phone Main 8210.
EE ED STABLE.
TEAMING, hauling, excavating; sales stable.
a. p. Morse. 334 Front. Maui 67 20.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE 6c MAKK
HAM CO., 345 Washington st.
MAC HI N ERY.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold ami
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co.. Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53, A 2158.
FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or sold.
United Film Co, 226 2d St.
Emll Thlelhorn, violin teacher; pupil Sevclk.
SOT Fliedner bldg. A 4160. Mar. 16i.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS. !
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bldg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay S5 to 110 for a
pair of glasses when I can
tit your eves with firar-
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
as $1.50? Goodman, 191 Morrison St.,
Dear bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
DR. R. B. Northrup, 308 Morgan bldg, cor.
Broadway and Washington streets. Office
phone Main 249: residence East 1028.
PATENT ATTORNEYS. '
T. J. GEISLER, Att'y-at-Law, 50J Henry.
Wm. C Schmidt, Eng. and Draftsman.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. S.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
DON'T thrown your old plumes
away: we are exoerts In featber
iiA dyeing1, cleaning and remodel
ing, mounting birds of paradise
our special tv. "THE PLLUK."
25$ Morgan bldg;. Main 4009.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
PORTLAND UA1K GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
f HATS AND CAPS.
THAJs'HAUPKH HAT CO., 5-55 Front St.
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KA-H.N BROS.. 191 Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
East End'j 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.
CHA& I. MASTICK 0t CO.. 74 Fronti leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings
LIME. CEMENT. PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCiaken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
V. B. MALLORY CO., 1131 Pine street.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia. Neckwear Mfg. Co., S3 Fifth st.
BRABPHAW BROS.. Mrrisnn ana 7th sts.
mond at the close of the 1910 season
to devote his entire attention to his
father-in-law's financial institution. As
all persons familiar with history will
recall, J. Garland didn't do a thing but
cop the pennant in 1912, and he topped
off this performance by taking the
world's flag from the Giants.
Last year the Red Sox slumped griev
ously, and Bill Carrigan, the Red Sox
catcher, was named as successor to
Stahl. The Sox finished fourth last
year, and In the season just closed they
gave the Athletics a race for the pre
mier honors of the league.
Like most of the big league pilots
since the beginning of the pastime, Car
rigan boasts of pure Irish blood. Most
of the baseball leaders of the past and
present have been eligible to member
ship in the Ancient Order of Hiberni
ans, including McGraw, Cornelius Mc
Gillicuddy alias Connie Mack. Hughie
Jennings, Jimmy Callahan, Hank O'Day,
Red Charley Dooin and many others.
Connie Mack is the only American
League pilot who has headed his club
since its organization. Chicago, Detroit,
Boston and Washington have each had
six managers; Cleveland and New Tork
each have had seven men at the helm,
and St. Louis has had five.
President Abandons Social Affairs.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21. All social
affairs probably will be abandoned at
Main 1. A 11:2.
"TOM If HT LAST TIME
1 U1I1UI1 I O TOMORROW NIGHT
BAKU A IX PRICE MATINEE
, TOMORROW AT iS.
WORLD'S GREATEST MELODRAMA.
Evenings: Lower Floor. 1 rows,' $2;
7 rows. fr..ro. Balcony. $1. 75c. Gal
levy. "Oc. Tomorrow's Matinee SI, 73c
ELEVENTH STREET PLAYHOUSE
Morrison and 11th Sts.
Mr. Baker presents one special week of
Jules Kckert Goodman's beautiful play,
0 Sunday Matinee O
C Sunday Night n
T Tuesday Matinee (Bargain Day) T
OR .Wednesday Night 91!
Thursday Night u"
TO Friday Nleht TO
Saturday Matinee ,
01 Saturday Kient 31
Prices 23c. 50c. 75c. Mats.. 25c, " 60c.
Tuesday bargain matinee, all seats, 25c.
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
I H KATES
Main 3. A ESS.
t; I.. Kak-r. fTr.
Home of the Famous Baker Players. To
night, all week. Matinee Saturday. Always
a bis hit. George M. Cohan's
"BROAD WAV JONLS."
Immense cast and production. A laugh every
minute. Evening prices: 25c. 35c. 50c. 75c.
Box. fl.OO Sat. Mac. 25c, 50c; box. 75c.
Next week, starting Sunday Mat. "Boogbt
and Paid tor.
I QUALITY VAUDEVILLE
lO Big Features lO
to.MLMUls Alternoon. I: SO to"S -
Bisnt, e:3 to 11:00; Sundays. 1 :oo to 11:
PRICES Afternoons. 10c and ISA
Nlsnts. 16- and zSe.
HATINZE DAIDf 230
Fnequaled Vsmlrvitle Broadway, at Alder.
Princess Kallanxst's Hawaiian. Henry and
Harrison, Tbe Novelty Quartet. vestoff
Trio, Work and Piny. Billy Lank-Blossom
Robinson offer "Coster's Last Iljtht Out
done." Tba Mutual WeeJtly. Phone Main 463,
P LI MLS.
ROSE CITY PLUME SHOP. Marshall 48S7.
Plumes, paradise feathers, cleaned dyed.
remodeled. 0 Fliedner bldg., It) to. Wash.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24 tn and York sts. Main 348.
BIBBER STAMPS. SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC jCOAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash. st. Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SHOES HALF SOILED,
in 10 minutes
while you wait.
New York Shoe Repair Co.,
UU Alder st.
SHUhv,, BANK. fc STORE FIATIKES,
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10thand Flanders
New and old window display and cabinet
FOR reasonable prices see Western Fixture
& Showcase Co., 4s N. 10th. Mar. 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van A Storage Co., cor. 15th
and Kearney sts.. Just completed, new fire
proof warehouse fur household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-healed
, piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipments, vans for mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to And from East In through cars.
Main St40. all departments.
C. O. PICK. Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warebouse,
separate iron room 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 5io, A laud.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER' CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Aulo vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse loth and
Hoyt sts. Main 647, A 247.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.
13th and Everett Sts.
Pianos and household goods moved,
packed and shipped, reduced freight rates
on all household goods to and from East,
through car service. Main 703, A 2314.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan sc.
cor 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal track. Lowest
insurance rates In city.
MADISO.V-ST. DOCK and WAREHOUSE
Office 189 Madison ; general merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 769L
GREEN and dry slab wood; bloekwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 6720, A 2899.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire Ac Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS A.NI WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., l(lo First street,
w. P. Fuller A Co.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMX'SSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor sts.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. S4-86 Front street.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L KLINE. 84-88 Front street.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO., 1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDING & FA RR ELL, 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.. 1-th and Davis.
Portland Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 6 Front at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.,
WHOLESALE JEWELERS ft OPTICIANS.
Pl'TTRRFf-'l.rt prik fnTA'v tt;.
the White House this Winter because
of Mrs. Wilson's death. Officials said
today it was improbable the President
would care to hold even formal dinners
and receptions to the diplomatic corps,
the Supreme Court, the Cabinet and
WOUNDED MUST KEEP MUM
Silence Enjoined on French Soldiers
PARIS. Oct. 19. Since the big battle
of the Marne a great many more sol
diers have been seen off duty on the
streets of Paris than at any time since
hostilities commenced. Among them
are many with arms in slings or heads
The War Office has decided that all
soldiers on leave more than 48 hours
must submit their permission to visit
to a local commander. An order has
also been issued that any soldier
speaking of the military operations in
a way to cause disquietude must rejoin
m corps immediately.
Chamber of Commerce Building
DCN1WAT, RALPH R- " Mala 15JS
IaCENT, 8. D. 4 CO Main 154 II
Ccsri Ih'sf tw.
KEASET. DORR L. Sl Cu. Main 11S. .311
Board of Trade Building
BARRETT BROa. slain 3lj
1TJCIUB. W. W. Marshall ilt null
Mori gmse Loans.
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AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House. 16-18 Park
t. Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock.
PLFERGMATHER In this city. Oct, 21,
at the residence of O. Weber, 493 E. 27th
st., Luitgarde Plfergmather, aged Ti
years, late of Holbrook, Oregon. The re
mains are at the residence establlshmment
ot J. P. Finly ifc Son. Montgomery, at
5th. Notice of funeral hereafter.
RANKIN In this city, October 21, at his
late residence. 425 Larrabee St., John
Rankin, aged 75 years. The remains are
at the residence establishment of J. P.
Flnley & Son., Montgomery, at 5th. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
SMITH In this city, October 21, at his late
residence. 387 East 12th st. N., Uamon
Smith, Aged 61 years.
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biiuatiuna Wanted k emaie.
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Koomt and Beard. rr1 ate eamtiiea,
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On Hebars;e" advertisements ehnrfe will
be based on tbe number of Uneo appeartea
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pbone, bat bill will be rendered the loUew
nz day- Whether ubieqsrat advertisements
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advertisements. .Situations Wanted and Per
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ever tbe teienbone. Orders for one insertion
only will be accepted for "Furniture for
bale," "ssosukese upponnnut.ee.'- "Mir""Ttng
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MEETTXO NOTICES. '
AL KADER TEMPLE, A.
A. O. N. M. S- Stated ses
sion Saturday. October 24, at
8 P. M., Masonic Temple,
West Parle and Yamhill sts.
Business of importance will
come up and a large attend
ance Is desired. Concert bv
the band from 7:30 to 8.
Visiting nobles cordially In
vited. By order of tbe Po
tentate. HUGH J. BOYD. Recorder.
CANTON PORTUVn icr i hai.it
AKCHS MILITANT. I. O. O.' F. Officers
and . cbevallers are earnestly requested to
report at the Oddfellows Temple. 228 Alder
sucet. tomorrow tTiaay. October 23.
m:.to o clock A. M.. to act as escort at the
runraJ of our late lieutenant. Henry Allen.
Sojourning chevaliers sre chivalrously in-
... ii vvj jom Li., ourvicei at uoiaian t chapel
at 11 o'clock A. M. The burial will be at
mrou, urcsDn. y order or the com-
uauuaui. l mas. j. BROWN, Clerk.
GOLDEN EIT.E ENCAMPMEVT V;0 "S
I. O. O. F. All officers and memher. n
earnestly requested to meet In the Oddfel
lows lempie. r.asc otn and E. Alder streets.
tomorrow liyriaavl. at lf n'rlnu A Kf in
atiena me tunorai ot Past Chief Patriarch
Henry Allen. Services at Kolmtin'i
at 11 o'clock A. M All Oddfellow in. re
quested to attend. The Interment will be
ft axren. uregon.
c c. STARR. Res. Scribe.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday) even.
Ins; at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic Tern,
pie. Labor In the F. C. degree.
Visiting brethren always wel-
By order W. M.
FRED L OLSON, Secretary.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
46. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication tola (Thursday)
evening. o'clock. Fast Burnside.
E. A. dogree. Visitors welcome.
Order r. M.
J. 11. RICHMOND. Secretary.
K. T. Cards and social this
(.Thursday) evening at 7:30.
The attendance of all Masons
will be appreciated.
C. F. WIEiiAND, Rec
FIDELITY LODGE, NO. 4, A. O. U. W.
The meeting of this lodge tonight (Thurs
dsy), will consider matters of such import
ance that ail members are urged to attend.
J. H. ZA.Ni.. Recorder.
UTOPIA LODGE, NO. 62. I. O. O. F.
Meeting this (Thursday) evening In Odd
fellows' Hall, East Sixth and Alder. Regular
JESSIE HENDERSON, Bee.
CASON In thi city, Oct. 20, at 000 East
Twenty-second street North, Delilah Ca
son, aged 87 years, 8 months and IV days,
beloved mother of Mrs, V. D. HurlDut,
Virginia Moir. Charles 6. Cason, Mrs. H.
P. Lsee, Kdlth V. Moir and the lato W. W.
Cason and M rs. Helen K. Parrish. The
funeral services will be held at the resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs. H, P. l.ee, 200
Kust iXith st., cor. Kast Taylor, at 2 P. M.
today t Thursday ), Oct. 2i Friends in
vlted. Interment Lon Fir Cemetery.
GARNOLD Oct. 21, at the residence, 818
Montana ave., John Evan Garnold, aged
til years. Funeral services will he con
ducted under the auspices of Samaritan
lodije. No. 2. I. O. O. F., at Dunning A.
McKntee's chapel, Friday. Oct. 2, at 2:30
P. 3i. Friends invited, cervices at the cre
matorium private. Please omit liowers.
FIDELITY LrOIXiE, NO. 4, A. O. U. W.
Members are hereby notified of the death
of Brother Geo. U. Fowler, Tuesday morn
Itk. October 20, of paralysis. Funeral
s.;rvtres at 2 P. M.. today ( Thursday ,
from Zellar undertaking parlors. Wil
liams avenue. Interment Columbian Ceme
tery. J. H. ZANE, Recorder.
ALLEN In this city. October 20. Henry
Wesley Allen, agred r4" years, 9 months, 22
days. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at 11 A. M. tomorrow (Fri
day), October 23. Interment at Warren,
PFENNXNGER The funeral services of the
late Carolina. Pfenninger will be held to
day (Thursday), at 2:4 o'clock P. M., at
the residence establishment of J. P. Fin
ley &. Son., Montgomery, at 5th. Friends
Invited, interment at Lone Fir Cemetery.
WALTZ The funeral services of Mrs. Dasie
E. Waltz will be held from tbe 45th-St.
Baptist Church Friday. Oct. 23, at 10
A. M. Interment Rose City Cemetery. Re
mains are at A. R. Zellefs parlors.
FOWLER The funeral services of the late
Oeorge C Fowler will be held from A. R.
Zeller's parlors today (Thursday). Oct.
22. at 2 P. M. Friends invited. Interment
To. oal rwmcuc uaa.riaslas; establish
ment In Portland Willi privsu. . tixlv.war.
Maui b. A. l&uy.
J. f. Fl.NLEY t, SON.
Montgomery at FUtn.
MR. EDWARD HOLUAN, tba lsdIBt
funeral director. 23u Tblrd strs.t, corner
nalrnon. ldy assi.uuit. a. 1511. Mais vl.
r. a. DUNNINO, INC
Kast Sid. I'uuer&i uixwstora,
loar st. ast Sz, ki 2ft a.
A. B- ZsiiiLK CO.. Wt WII-l.ls.M3 ara.
East lubs. C luoa. Ldy attiidaau imj
and nifibt service.
CUNKlKQ 4s M'sNTsli, luneral dlrtars,
Itn sad pins. Jrnon. Main 4o. I a1jr ax
tendanl. Qglce of County Coroner.
R. T. B 1 R-N Ki. WllOains ave. and Knott.
East Ilia. C iady atuandant.
P. L. LERCU. East lltb and Clay sts.
Lady assistant. East 78L
KW8 UNDEUTAKIXa CO M P AN T.4
and Clay, slain 415J. a i4Zl. Lady sutendani
MARTIN A FORBJii CO." florists. $47
Washington. Main 69. A 126a. Flowers
tor all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators.
Ire an cut flowers, great arlety. M or rise a
bet, 4th and 5-h. Main or A lSOB.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Aidec
Designs and sprays. Marsnall ftsU-t.
MAX M. SMlTii, Main 721a. A Sill SU
MOUNT SCOTT PA.KK
lo.talalas; 33S Arm.
Psrtlssa's OsUy Mmerm
Perpetual - Care Ceasetery.
Refisiea. Plinlii rrrlm
Cssuicte, Perfect iulpmeit.
. a I rrm. kcuosssib,
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRA.D AVCL. IV
Between Us vis aad Everett,
Paxoaea Kat 1423, B 2515, Osea Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this office.
Lethal chamber for gmail animals. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one- desir
ing, a pet may communicate with, ua
nmxv TOO A I .
This Home Must
. Be Sold at
Owner leaving ' the Coast, going
East, and wants an offer today if
possible. Let ns show you the prop
erty. It is a well-built home of 8
rooms, has all modern conveniences.
including hardwood floors, furnace,
fine electric .fixtures, etc. There is
a dandy garage with cement runway,
full lot, located on East 42d st. in
Rose City Park district. If you are
in the market for a $5000 home and
are willing to offer $4200 see this one
today. No trouble to show the goods.
W. A. Barnes Co.
510 Lewis Bldg., Fourth and Oak sts.
P. S. Remember fhe owner simply
Have client with unincumbered prop
erty and cash desiring to exchange for
good income property. Only proposi
tions submitted on their cash value
Ground Floor, Henry Bldg.
OX IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hours after
receipt f abstract, tt aati 7 str cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
20T-t Northwesters Bask Hide
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current R&teL
KAKM A.1D CITV LOANS,
Mit Board of Xrade Bids.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Curfrent Kates, --
JOHN E. C EON AN
90S Spalding; Bids. Portland, Or.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
J. H. NASH, 723 Chamber of Commerce
bldg., pays cash for real estate and sells
on easy terms and eschan g e.
PA LM E R-J ON ES CO., H P., 4O4-40S-4Q6
BECK. William G., 315-31 Failing bldg.
BENEDICT BROS., 930 Hawthorne avenue.
JENNINGS & CO. Main 188. 208 Oregonian.
For Sale Lots.
NEW BOULEVARD LOT.
Fronting south with magnificent river
and mountain view; near Bancroft su.
worth JiOOO; sell for SS0O cash.
HOBriON, 503 Corbett Bidg. Marshall 5150.
KOSSMERE snap, lot 50x100, on East oth,
near Brasee, 2 blocks to car; cost ttoou,
now 5.rj; S1O0 down and sio per month..
ZADOW & ALEN.ANDEK,
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1416, Marshall S2.
QUARTER acre for 350, $10 down, $5 a
month ; best value in the city. This
property is only 15 minutes car ride, 5c
fare. City water piped in front of the
property. M. E. Lee, 505 Corbett bldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Homes and hoinesites. A few great
bargains. Every customer is a reference.
Marshall 4S27. BROOKE. A SS39.
WILL sell my choice lot in Ladd's Addition,
2Dth su, near Hawthorne, rrtJxllS. Every
thing in and paid for, SISoO cash. K. F.
Prescott, 1.44 Broadway.
SEVERAL good snaps In Astoria, Warren
ton and Flavel lots. I know the ground;
can locate you '.n heart of the best of It.
R. L. Yoke, 1130 Northwestern bank bldg.
LOT 75x100 in nice residence district; Rose f
City car line; at a great sacruice. laoor
For Sale Houses.
MODERN bungalow, with fireplace, small
basement, all built-in conveniences, lo
cated on sightly lot In choice residence
district; will sell lot 1P1700, taking a mort
gage or other good paper in payment. See
owner, fci2Platt blag.
BEFORE leaving Portland for an indefinite
period I dcsira to ceil my Interest in a
new '7-room 15-story residence on paved
street In good neighborhood or exchange
for ejual interest in a good lot or suour
ban tract. Call Tabor 5-4 1 .
WE will finance and build your home on
monthly payments. Call at office or phone
O' DON NELL & STEELE,
501 Corbett Bids;.
BARGAIN RESTRICTED DISTRICT.
New, swell home, $3650; $150 cash; 7
rooms, fireplace, furnace. Dutch kitchen,
three bedrooms, large double living-room,
elegant plate glass buffet, oak floors; -0
minutes to city. Phone Tabor 1100.
Owner of one ot the prettiest and best
located homes in Riverdale is leaving town
and offers this place for sale at a very
reasonable price. Inquire room 11, 2ti
BT OWNER, Rose City, 5-room bungalow,
lot 50x130, full cement, fireplace, hardwood
floors, bookcases, Dutch kitchen and buf
fet; easy terms; will take lot as first pay
ment; best buy in city. Marsnall it74.
I HAVE an S-rooin house, thoroughly mod
ern, in one of the best restricted districts
of the city, cost $5000; will sell for aS5u;
$;MK ca?h will handle. A fine home if you
need one. Owner, AK Oregonian.
lO-ROOM house, gas, electricity, laundry,
trays, etc, S0xl25-foot lot; block from
car ; could easily be made into 2 flats ;
$1100 cash takes it, all free from incum
brance. Tabor 864.
IF you are looking for a 5, d or 7-room
house, new, modern, with all built-in con
veniences, at reasonable price and terms,
near carline. phone to Tabor 5308 and
auto will meet you, or will rent- Owner.
. LET US BUILD TOO A HOME
On your lots or ours; by your own plans
or ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1230 Northwestern Bank Blag.
SO BY 200, 3 -room house, monthly; JSiO;
160 by 200, 4 -room bouse. $& monthly;
A. C. MARSTERS, 202 Wilcox Bldg.
Main i!7. A 7340. Tabor 1770.
1250 New 3-room bouse, lot 80x175, all
fenced and cultivated ; good chicken
house IJx40: terms $10 monthly. Owners,
414 Stock Excn. oidg. Main ft765.
CLASSY. CLOSE-IN, SUBURBAN HOME.
7 rooms, acre land, mountain view,
fruit trees. Ore. Elec. Ry., 5c fare; $3uo0,
terms 500. bal, to suit. 3S P. O., city.
JOH SALE The finest new home in Irving
ton, between Brazes and K-nott; pric
jyOOO. P. E. Bowman A Ca, CommercisJ
$2m.o Cozy home, 5 rooms and attic,- H
block of car; cost :;O00 6 months ago;
take 200 cash. Owner, AK 3o7, Ore
gonlan. NEW modern 12 -room bouse in Irving ton;
quarter block. Phone East 2423. R. a.
FOR SALE at your own price, modem 8
room house, near Irvlngton Club; must be
soid. leaving city. Phone East 2466.
ON E acre with 3 -room house on two elec
tric lines. $SO; five years to pay; you
will buv if you see this. T 347, Oregonian.
ONE 5 and one G-room house, all modern ;
will sell either one. $1150. on very easy
terms; surely a snap. T 33S, Oregonta n.
THREE acres, all cleared. with 5-room
house, 1500: five or six years to pay; a
good square deal. T 48, Oregonian.
Fer bale llooaew.
NEW &-ROOX BUNGALOW. "mf
Owner will take mortgage on place for
balance amounting to t luoO, S years. In
terest 7 per cent, for the man or woman
who haa at0 cash this is the best buy in
the Cuy of Portland.
Five rooms and iep4nr. porch, corner
lot. one block from Rose City Park car
line, cement sidewalks, yard will be grad
ed and seeded.
BuiiL-ln bookcase. Dutch kitchen, bed
rooms, bathroom and kitchen finished in
white enamel: concealed boiier and wood
lift; front porch abxS feet; electric fix
tires, switch tor each opening, ehadee,
waaed floors, wails aa timed: the work
manship of this house is the best; agents
ned not answer xhm. aa I cannot pay
commission at this price. M X.3, Ore
SWELL BUNGALOW SNAP.
Brand new 5-room bungalow, ready to
move into; doubly constructed, finely f:n
iahed oak floors, fireplace, buffet, book
cases; extra laise. airy rooms; 2 white
enamel bedrooms and Dutch kitchen, ce
ment f!oor in basement, laundry trays,
tine fixtures, shades; brick pillars and ce
ment rioor on front porch ; located na
r-aet Side, i block to car; price,
small cash payment and $15 per month.
GKUS1 & RDI.H.S
32 Board of Trade Bldg. Main T452.
25 PER MONTH. whlctT includes "interelu
buys new five-room bungalow, with sleep-iug-porch,
bath, nrepiace, all built-in con.
veniences, hardwood floors, gas and elec
tric fixtures and window shades installed;
one large, well lighted room for sewinff
or double bedroom, fuil concrete basement
with cement floor, stationary wash trN s
and wood hoist, cement sidewalks; njar
good streetcar line, schools, churches and
parx; ready for occupancy November 1.
Phone Eas; 6GS7.
THIS PRICK WILL SKLL IT.
200 BUNGALOW FOR $2368.
HOS13 CITY PARK. CAR,
5 rooms and hath, full basement, laun
dry trays, fireplace, gas, eiectncity, but
tvt. double floors, large porches, etc.: iut
Ztx.i 10 ; convenient to stores and school; 1
blcKrk to car; at least caih re4uneu.
balance $lb month and interest; no com
mission, no agent. To see it, paone owner,
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHT NOT TURN A BURDEN IVTO
INCOME? WE WILL KL'RMSH THU
MONEY BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
W E AR E RES PO N SI BLE , W E fcIN ' W
HOW. TALK WITH OL'R CLIENTS. t?EtI
OUR WORK- WILL GIVE BONDS. 1 U.
BAILEY CO.. CONTRACTING ARCiil
TECTS. A BINGTON BLDG.
WILL sacrifice swell, modem 2-famlly flat;
o and 6 rooms, worth S.".00. now $;.H-. x
$10Oi down and Sl per month ; w nliun
distance on E. Yamhill st. tSie owner, lit
E. 2od su Tboue East 5D4.
Get acquainted. I pay tun. Let me
"sure on your second-hand ftiachmm .
t-able. pipe, motors, belting, tools, boiies-s,
in-Tin.. etc.; also entire machine kIwpr.
and PAY SPOT CAtiH Call me and m.ii.e
Main Httf. S. HORWITZ. A
14 Front St. Res. Phwo Marshall 56L
MODERN bungalow, Hawthorne district;
furnace, fireplace, laundry, mahogany -furniture,
oak dining-room suite, good pK
turea, silk window drapes, good rugs and
linoleum, bedroom and kitchen furniture,
A few hundred dollars will put you in pos
session of nice home. Call 710 Lfwii bldg.
?i argil all 4J0o, A 7158.
FORECLOSURE BARGA'.n! - -Business
property St. Johns, 150 ect
Fessenoen street by Si feet Central ave.
7-room house, bought in by bank on fore
closure; for quick sale Si'.tiH, and J'j0
cash will do. balance ?upv terms. i
GODDAliU r WIEDR1CE,
Iook at the new 1 -story bungalow at
371 EL 2Jth st. We can sell it for $Vh,
with only .uu down, balance easy terms.
This is much loss than cost, but owner is
iinahle to pay interest on mortgage .and
must sell at unce. ' -
GODDAKD & W I ED RICK.
24 ytark Street.
FINE TRACT FOR CHICKENS.
10 ACRES 000.
Alt Rood, tillable land; fine soil, easily
cleared, burnt over recently ; no rocks; 1
milo from station: "JS miles from Fort
land ; terms $15 down and $15 monthly.
913-917 Chamber of Commerce.
AN ABSOLUTE NAP at 400; $0 per
month ; new 2-story bouse, with attic v ti
rooms, reception hall, beaming and panel.
ing, wall decorations, built-in features,
full cement basement, furnace, etc 4S
East su, near Ladd Addition. Phbne
owner, B 2ilti.
1 HAVE a dandy 5-room bungalow just com
pleted, 1 block from car; modern through
out; has harwood floors. Dutch kitchen,
fireplace. panel dining-room, breakfast -room;
will seli at a sacrifice if sold this
week. Phone owner. Tabor 543.
MAKE OFFER Elegant 7-room La are 1
hunst borne; hardwood finish througiioox ;
every convenience; must be sold .this
month: don't miss this opportunity. 106
Floral ave. Tabor 4113. - j
PIEDMONT snap, nice "-room house. 4 bMi -rooms,
lot 50x130, east facing; big snar:
?oUO(i, $15 down and $15 per month; -en
Rodney ave., 3 blocks to car. ' " "
ZADOW fc ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1410, Marshall 12.
NOTHING DOWN, ,
$10 per month (including Interest); 4 -room
furnished house near Tremont Sta
tion .1. V Otithrie, owner. 506 Spalding
bldg. Main 3 897.
LOOK BEAUTIFUL 1RV1NGTON home;
leaving town, must sacrihee; some trade.
Suburban Home Property.
$701 $Z0 CASH. $10 month, buys a half
acre. 13 minutes' ride, 5c fare; ideal tor
..a home where you can raise all your vege
tables, berries, fruit, etc., which Is one
way of solving the high cost of living. M.
E. Lee. 305 Corbett bidg.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water; close to carlme;
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall laSS or Seliwood 47ft.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
2 ACRES and 5-room bungalow on 6c car
line, Portland, Or.; will seli at a genuine
bargain. Write E. L. Walker, 103 W. Main
st.. Central ta. Wash.
10 ACV.KS, choice, all Improved;
houJO, born. etc.. at Tigard. Apply Gil
man, 723 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
For Salt BuHlnejas Property.
SOUTH PORTLAND BUSINESS
Fine corner, large store building, and
rooms overhead, street improvements paid
for: unincumbered; exchange for small
farm same vaiue or less. Fred W. Ger
man Co.. 114 Chamber of Commerce. -
1. 2. 5 and 10 -acre tracts. 30 mln-'
NEW BIG P.ED STEEL ELECTRIC
12c commuters' fare, very best of .
soil, water and community conven
iences; $125 to toiXi per acre, on in- .
THE SHAW-FEAR CO..
Main 35. 1U2 4ih SU A C300.
o ACRES FOR $20.
$10 Down and $5 Per Month
Ejvb & acres good logged-off land 1 mire
f om main line of railroad and town of
y00 population, with cannery", creamery,
between Portland and Astoria; land from
$35 to $60 per acre on these terms; tnaoy
5-acre tracts to choose from. i :
BELL REAL ESTATE CO., "
S18 Railway Exchange Bldg. '
Bet. Sd and 4th Sta., on Stark.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland :
new subdivision near G res ham.; 5 acres
S4O0, SjUU, $700; 2 acres, $500. $700; f
seres, $750. $00, $1UU0 per tract: bc
soil, free wood, spring water; acreage, at
Scappoose, Or., $-5 to $100 per acre.
FRA N iv M FA R L. AND REALTY CO
$09 Yeon Bldg., Portland, Or.
1V-ACKE snap at Rocirwood. on the iJase
Line auto road; 6-room bouse, 1 K fru.t
trees, fine berry land. S blocks to car.V
big snap. $401Ml; $500 down, balance - f
suit, iiadow & A'exandpr, 414 Corbe"tt
bldg. A 141. Marshall ft2.
5-ACRE tracts, under cultivation if ave 3.
ciose to electric line, worth $n50 a tract,
need money, quick sale for the thre st
$lb00 and give terms. Owner. 414 Failing
bldg. - .
TIGARD ROAD GARDENS.
2, S and 4 -acre tracts, all In cultivation.
S mln. walk to station. $350 to $450 per
'acre; easy terms; only 6 tracts .eft.
Fred W. German Co.. $14 Cham, of Com.
GRAHAM property, 6 acres, in fine cultva
tion: 1 acre orchard; want modern house.
Hawthorne district; will accept good mnrtl
i-'age E Davidson. Oresham. Phone 5iw.
$5 PER month buys acre on 11-cent far-,
right at station; price only $235. AF pl'5.
WHEAT will soon be $1 a bushel at Con
don. Or. Write us about that wheat ranch
you want to buy. M. Fitsmaurice, Condon,
Or. , -
$40 ACRKS cheap for cash ; no trade, la
Q,uire 1594 Division su. Portland.