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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915.
GRAIN SHIP DELAYED
CLASSIFIED . AD. RATES
REAL EM A I K.
lor Sale -Eola.
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Daily and bunday.
niLlaL.Aj Main 1, A list
War Risk Details, Only. Hold
Up Norwegian's Charter.
BELGIAN BARK IS FREED
Katanga to Be Released as Soon as
Money Arrives anil Her Cicrman
Master Quits Skjold to Clear
for England Today.
On the receipt of confirmation of the
report that the owners are agreeable
to certain war risk insurance details,
the charter of the Norwegian steamer
Christian Bors to ioad grain here for
the United Kingdom on account of M.
H. Houser will be closed. Negotiations
have been practically completed for the
past few days, save for the Insurance
The vessel is reported having sailed
March 8 from Kobe for San Francisco
with cargo consigned to the Dollar
Steamship Company, which had the
' vessel under time charter and she was
to have loaded lumber here for the
Orient. It is said the owners are anx
ious to return the vessel to her native
waters and for that reason the arrange
ment to load for the united i.ingaom
hrnueht about. She is of 2i8 ton
tii reiriater. and is classed as about
ikA ,lnnt (raniD steamer that has
ont,rpd this harbor. She has made
savcrfli vnm7i from the river.
The Belgian bark Katanga will be
rolposeri from libel at once and her dis
bursements attended, to, according to a
cable message received yesterday by
the Portland Flouring .Mills company
to the effect that funds had been paid
on the other side to offset all charges
against the ship here. They were or
dered forwarded and are expected to-
Panraln Mark, a German, wii
leave the vessel and Captain Nielsen is
to be given command and a full crew
signed so she can be towed to the lower
harbor without runner aeieimuii.
A . rnpr to be cleared today la the
Norwegian bark Skjold. under charter
m Hind. RolDh & Co. and which was
loa.led from the Tortland Flouring
vnid r-nmnHnw The vessel has aboard
92.217 bushels of wheat valued at $138,-
325 and is bound lor tne unneu xvins
rlom for orders. The Norwegian ship
xc.,ii.-,, crnln laden for Cape Town,
sailed from the river yesterday. The
x-- i,,t, nhiti Snartan. which was
cleared October 10, reached Cardiff yes
Thero are three carriers on the way
either to the Columbia River or Puget
frnni Australia and not bc
Vnnu-txdirrd to be under charter the
v-Pn-nCriun shin Gunde. now out
tlars; the Norwegian ship Selleren, 43
davs out. and the Norwegian
Utft.aa,nH 47 dflVS Ollt.
pQni,n T Thompson entered the
ti.ituh tommer Werribee, of Mel
bourne, at the Custom-house yesterday
from Newcastle. Pi. s. w.. via ni.
lulu. She takes on a full cargo of
wheat for tho return voyage and is ex
Twrted to encage in the Australian
.tu-tc i-rit- for which she
built six vears ago. Previous to load
ing coal at Newcastle for tho Hawaiian
Island harbor, the Werribee had been
tr. the Antarctic on a search of two
nmth. for the British trawler En
rfrir which was lost with a cargo
nf supplies while on tne -
Ouarrv Island. The steamer Is Dertnea
at Alblna dock and, as soon as lined,
will receive wheat. o it should get
away by the end of the week.
MKVEK NOT TO BE TOWED
Barkentine Leaves Harbor on Way
to Quebec and Xcw Owners.
Refusal on the part of Norwegian
underwriters to accept the risk of the
Norwegian steamer Thor towing the
barkentine John C. Meyer from the
river through the Panama Canal, and
the failure of those interested to ob
tain a tug for the work, resulted in
the announcement yesterday that the
Meyer, which left down with 1.087,995
feet of lumber valued at $10,880, would
sail to her destination. The Thor
is to be started tonight with 3,800,000
feet of lumber for Quebec
There Is another story going the
rounds that In all probability the John
C. Meyer will not be returned to the
Pacific as there is such a big demand
for large carriers in the way of coasters
on the Atlantic side that she probably
will be sold. The vessel belongs to the
Sudden & Christensen fleet and was
bviilt at Tacoma In 1903. She is of 794.04
tons, net register, with a length of
200 feet, beam of 40 feet and depth of
hold of 15.4 feet. Iler lumber capacity
is 1.130,000 feet.
HAWAIIAN NOT FOR LX'MBEIt
American Now Named to Load Full
Cargo on Coast for New Vork.
Compelled to take care of general
eargo offerings on the Taeific side, the
American-Hawaiian line has canceled
a lumber cargo that was to have been
taken bv the Fteamer Hawaiian, due
here April 16 from New York, C. I.
Kennedy. Portland agent for the fleet,
bavins received a telegram yesterday
that the Hawaiian would load for the
return voyage as usual, because of the
rush of freight. She takes snipments
for Norfolk. New York and Boston.
The steamer American, which sails
from New York, April 7. and steams
direct for Portland, being due May 1.
Is to work a. full cargo of lumber for
the return, according to present plane.
It is supposed that a second steamer
will be assigned for lumber when one
Is available, but the company evidently
does not contemplate engaging the
liners regularly in that trade until the
completion of two ships that are to be
ready by the end of the year, built es
pecially for handling the material,
CONCORD XEW DETENTION" SHIP
Old Gunboat Assigned for Quaran
tine Service at Astoria Station.
ASTOUI-VOr.. March SO. tSpccial.)
Ir. lObcrt received official notification
todav frcm Captain Dunwoody. of the
Coast Guard Service, that the old gun
boat Concord, which Is now at Bremer
ton Navy-yard, will be towed to Astoria
soon. The ancient craft is to be as
signed to the local quarantine station
for use as a detention barracks.
The Concord is now nothing but an
old hull, as all the steampipes. the
dynamos and other equipment have
been removed from Iter. Before she can
be used for detentiou. barracks she will
have to be equipped with heating and
lighting plants and the expense of
fitting her up will probably be almost
as much as the cost of erecting suitable
barracks on shore.
Among today s arrivals in the harbor
will be the Hiawatha, which is to tow
to Uinnton to discharge ballast and load
wheat for Australia under engagement
to Balfour. Guthrie Company.
Making her Initial trip of the sea
son on the Portland-Tiliamook run in
the freight service the steamer Sue H.
F.ltnore sailed last night from Oak
Arriving up from Goble yesterday in
tow of the steamer Ocklahauia the
ABSTRACT OF TITLE
PROHPI SiiRVlCK al reuumUe pricM
Pacific Title & Trust Co.. 7 Ch. of Com.
ACCORDION Knife and box pleating, picot
ing, hemslitcliina-. braidinK. embroidering
Eastern Novelty MfK. Co.. BoVa ilk it
Mail ordeis promptly attended, to.
K. 6IEPUE.N Hemstitching- and acaUopuili.
accord, bide pleat, buttons covered, goodfc
sponged, mail orders. 3b3 Alder. M. iaVd-
AssAVtlO AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. lUfe 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bougnt.
LAWYER; consultation free. Main
11 ALL & FLElLiNEft, lawyers; consullatiols
tree. Jb-v rueauer bldg. Alar. u(.
NORTHWEST RL'Cl CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rag rugs. l&S East Sth. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE IKW1N-HODSO.M COM1AKI.
387 Washington st. Main 312 and A. 1254.
William Estelle and William, Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city,
Parlors 302 Gerlinger bldg.. S. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone slain 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. II. .
Hill. Office FUedner bids. Main 3471.
LR. ETHEL A. SACRY. nainless chiropodist,
606 Panama bldg. Phone Main UU68.
NEW rORK giad. chiropodist, manicurist.
:H Macleay bldg.. 2M1 Wash. Mar. 3i.
LR. MM A HON Is thorough. Chronlo cases,
taking time; 31 treatments $15. 121 4th.
Dr. Poulson. specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 300 Pittock blk. M. 8414.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
DRESS SUITS for rent. We press one suit
each week for XI. 50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO.,
809 Stark St., bet. Sth and 6th. Main 514.
CLAIMS of any description collected an
percentage anywhere. Highest class refer,
ences. The Harden - Mercantile Agency.
426 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 480.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected, "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co..
S26 K. w. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796
No collection, no charge. Established 1900.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DURRILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d et.
B.U.GAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park and -Javls
Royal Bakery & Conf.. inc. nth and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WEINHARD. 13th and Burnalde.
CASCARA BARK AND G RAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS., lul Front at.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER,
T. CROWE & CO., 45 Fourth st.
FLE1SCHNER. MAYER A CO.. 207 Aah st
Stul.be Electrical Co., tjth and Pine sts.
Albrs Bros. Mlilinr Co.. Front and Marsha!,
H. M. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
ro.. ii-7r Fourth st.
salmon ship Berlin is Tjetng1 prepared
to load supplies lor iushagaK rtiver.
News reached the city yesterday that
the submarine mine-planter Major Sam-
jsuel Ringpold, operating at the mouth
of the river, had her machinery dis
abled and she is to be towed here for
Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Morrow,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., in charge
of the First Oregon District, and who
left Portland December 29 for Fort
Leavenworth on special duty, returned
That arrangements are under way to
sell the gasoline craft Argosy was re
ported along the waterfront yesterday.
Charles Steelsmith, superintendent of
the newly-established service between
Portland and Upper Columbia points,
leaves today for Lewiston on business
connected with the operation of ves
ts into the Snake. '
Repairs and overhauling being prose-!
cuted aboard the steamer Lurline, at
Supple's yard, are to be sufficiently
advanced Saturday so she can be
launched. For the present the steamer
Undine will remain in her place on the
After having relighted the Orford
Reef gas buoy, recovered two derelict
buovs from the California district and
attended to other work along the Ore
gon Coast, the lighthouse tender Man
zanita reached the river yesterday.
Laden with 950,000 feet of lumber and
carrying a fair passenger list the
steamer Multnomah is due to leave to
day for California ports. The steamer
Daisy Putnam has been cleared for
San Francisco with 400,000 feet of lum
ber. 349, ISO feet of box shooks and lt0
tons of other cargo.
Bringing perishable and other cargo
that was aboard the liner Great North
ern when she put back to San Fran
cisco Saturday, the steamer Yosemite
arrived in port last nighL
Xews From Oregon Ports.
ASTORIA, Or., March 30 Special.)
The steam schooner Yosemite ar
rived this morning from San Francisco
with a full cargo of freight for As
toria and Portland. Much of her cargo
was freight originally shipped on the
steamship Great Northern.
The steamer Breakwater arrived this
morning from Coos Bay with freight
and passengers for Astoria and Port
land. The ship St. Nicholas will be brought
from loung s Bay by the steamer Mel
ville tomorrow to load suplies for the
Columbia River Packers' Association
cannery at Nushugak River. Alaska.
The steam schooner Thomas L.
Wand arrived this morning from San
Francisco and went to Knappton to
load lumber. She will shift tonight
to Rainier to finish her cargo.
The steam schooner Santa Barbara
arrived during the night from Cali
fornia and, after taking on lumber at
Westport, will shift tonight to Port
land to complete her cargo.
The construction of the gasoline
schooner Pheonix. that is being built
by "Wilson Bros, for the Sanborn-Cut-ting
Company, was finished today and
the craft will be given her trial run
tomorrow. The Pheonix is to be used
as a tender for the company's cannery
at Kake, Alaska.
Movements of Vessels.
pnnTr.AD. March SO. Arrived Steam
er Yosemite. from San Francisco. Sailed
Steamers Saginaw, for San Francisco; Sue
H. Elmore, for Tillamook; Norwegian ship
Majanka, for Cape Town.
Astoria. March 30. Sailed at 3 A. M.,
steamer Celiio. for San Diego. Arrived at
6:30 and left: up at 10 A. M., steamer Yo
semite. from San Francisco. Arrived at
Knappton at 6:35 A. M., steamer Thomas L.
Wand, from San Francisco. Arrived at 3:30
and lrft up at 4 A- M.. steamer Breakwater,
from Coos Bay. Arrived at lt:30 and left
up at 12:30. Stamer Santa Monica, from
San Francisco. Arrived, down at 1:33 P.M.,
San Francisco, March "0. Arrived
Barxe No. 11 in tow of tug Defiance, from
Portland. Arrived at noon, steamer Beaver,
from San Pedro, for Portland. March 29
Arrived at 9 P. M. Steamer Rose City,
Cardiff. March 29. Arrived Norwegian
ship Spartan, from Portland.
Sn Dlepo. March 30. Arrived at 7 A.M.,
steamer Roanoke, from Portland, via way
Coos Bav. March 29. Palled at 7 P. M.,
Steamer Geo W. Elder, for Eureka.
-Astoria. March 29. Sailed at 7 P. M-.
steamer Shaata. for San Pedro. Arrived at 8
and left up at 9 P. M.. steamer Santa Bar
bara from San Francisco.
Vladivostok. March 29. Arrived Steamer!
Rio Pan, from Tacoma.
Hongkong. March 27. Sailed Steamer
Minnesota, for Seattle.
San Francisco. March o0. Arrived 1
Steamers Orgonian and S. V. Luckenbnch.
from New York; British Empire (British),
from Vancouver: Rainier, from Port Lud
low; Wilhelmina and L S. ship Mars, from
Honolulu: Atlas, with barge 91. from Port
land. Sailed Steamer Sierra, for Honolulu.
Marcont W ireless Reports.
(All position renorted at ft P. March
30, unlet otherwise designated.)
HEATHS SCHOOL, Lesion, daily; classes
Tues., Friday evenings to 10, lOtt 2d St..
bet. Washington and Stark. Lessons Zac
PI-WkLEKTON & CO. U.& DSTECTIVB AflCI.
Established over ears.
SCIENTIFIC UETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on in
dividuals anywhere. Consultation free. Of
lices 412-13 Lumbermen, Bank bldg.
Phoue Main 77-41.
SPANISH taught in small classes. Address
J. A. Lagerfeld, P. o. Box W72. Phone
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. casseday. 517 Dekum bldg-. 3d &
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and reoaired. We do all kinds of repairing
and rewinding; all work guaranteed. H.
11. H. Electric Co.. 31 Ursl at. North.
Phone Main U210.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East 3d and Haw
thorne. General macnine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE & MARE.
HAM cO.. 343 Washington St.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 63, A 2103.
Emll Thlelhorn--vIolin teacher; pupil Sevelk.
vi f iieqner biog. a. 4iou, raarauaii nun.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis nerv
ous, enrcnic diseases. OU4 uregomau diuk.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay $6 to lu for
Classes when I can lit
your eyes with fl ml-qual
ity lenses, Rold-filled frames as low as ai.Ou?
Goodman. 209 Morrison, near bridge. Mai!
orders promptly tilled. Write for particulars.
DR. R- B. NORTHRUP 308 Morgan bldg..
cor. Broadway ana wasnington street, of
fice phone. Main 849; residence. East 102B.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS'.
THANH AUSER HAT CO., 53-05 Front.
HIDES, PELTS, WOO It AND FURS.
KAHN BROS.. 1I Front at.
McNEFF BROS., U4 WORCESTER
Main 8AHI Phones A 1178
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT,
Portland Iron Work, 14th and Northrup.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES
(.HAS. U M" A STICK & CO., 74. Front; leathei
of every description; taps, mfg. finding
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA neckwear Mfg. Co., b3 Fifth 1
PnADFTIATr BFtOS . Morrison and 7th sts.
Roanoke, San Diepo for San Pedro,
miles southeast of San Pedro.
Carlos, San Pedro for San Francisco,
miles west of San Pedro.
Lewis Luckenbach, San Francisco for New
York. 703 miles south of San Pedro.
Asuncion, Kan Francisco for Cordova,
Alaska, S21 miles north of San Francisco.
C entra lia. Eureka for San Francisco, off
Moffett, Point Wells for Richmond, 240
miles north of Richmond.
Porter, San Francisco for EverAt, 273
miles north of San Francisco.
Citv of Seattle, northbound, off Lawyers
Island. March 20.
Admiral Watson, southbound, off Marys
Island. March 29.
Paralso, northbound, off Adams River
Bluff. March 29.
Matsonla. San Francisco for Honolulu, 1939
miles out. March 29.
Enterprise. HUo for San Francisco, 1427
miles out. March 2.
Buck. San Pedro for Yokohama, 1105 miles
from San Pedro, March 29.
Mon3Via, San Francisco for Orient, 700 i
miles out, March 29.
Hi Ion lan. Hilo for San Francisco, 80 miles I
Klamath. Astoria for San Francisco, five
miles south of Point Arena.
Northland. Portland for Ban Francisco,
185 miles north of San Francisco.
Arollne, San Francisco for San Pedro, off
Drake. Vancouver for Richmond, 5C7 miles
William F. Herrln. Portland for LInnton,
60 miles from LInnton.
Celilo, Astoria for San Francisco, off
Congress. Seattle for San Francisco, 3
miles south of Umatilla Lightship.
Scott, with Acapulco In tow, Nanalmo for
San Francisco, 10 miles north of cape Meara
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, March 30. Condition of
the bar at n p. M. Sea moderate; wind
south, 30 miles.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
0:.W A. M 9.2 fL!7:15 A. M 0.0 ft.
1:11 P T S.2 ft. 7:17 P. M 1? ft.
Ailments of Men
SUCCESSFULLY TRIED BV
Undoubtedly the fallowing sug
gestion will work wonders for
that great class of men who,
through dissipation of their nat
ural strength, find themselves in
their ' second childhood" long be
fore the three score and tenal
lotted to life's pleasures and en
joyments are reached.
It is presumed to be Infallible,
and highly efficient in quickly
restoring in "nervous exhaus
tion," weak vitality, melancholia
and the functions.
By taking it at home no man
need be the wiser as to another's
shortcomings, and expensive fees
Lack of poise and equilibrium
in men is a constant source of
embarrassment even when the
public least suspects It. For the
benefit of those who want a re
storation to full, bounding health,
and all the happiness accompa
nying it, let it be stated that the
prescription calls only for three
grain Cadomene tablets, in sealed
tubes with full directions for
self-administration. The tablets
contain no opiates or habit-forming
drugs, so a physician's pre
scription is not necessary. Well
stocked pharmacies supply these
tablets which possess the most
wonderful tonic - invigorating
powers imaginable. The effect of
their use is soon apparent in
new strength and nerve force.
rrtp.hi Tn San Francisco March SO,
Porter E. Bricham, ot this city, aged o
vears, 10 days, nusrana 01 jaary i-. on
ham and father of Georso C. Brisham and
Mrs.-Helen K. Gregg. Funeral announce
ment later. .
LEONARD In this city, at his late resi
dence, 1L'26 Willamette blvd.. William A.
Leonard, aged a jear, 3 months, l. day,
beloved husband of Mrs. K. A. Leonard,
and father of Damon I. Lawrence J-,
William A.. George L.. Roselyn and El
ward A. Leonard, son of Mrs. E. A. Leon
ard, of Kirby. Southern Oregon. Funeral
notice in a later issue.
RIKSLAND In this city. March 80th, at
hi? late residence, 152 E. 33rd at.. Fred
rick J. Riesiand, aged 4 years. The re
mains are at the residence establishment
of J. P. Finley & Son. Montgomery at
6tn. Notice of funeral hereafter.
DO RAX Tn this city. JTarch 3'tb, at his
late residence. 3. as t.tra st.. . a. jonn u.
Doran, aged A3 years. The remains are
at the residence establishment of J. P.
Finley A Son, Montgomery at 5th. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
STIRRER March 30, Matilda Stirb?r, aged
55 vears, sister or Jonn rurwi, arm, xr
bara MeGrath. Wenzel Stlrber and Teresa
and Marv Kutsche Funeral notice later.
Remains "at A. It. Zeller Co.'s parlors.
BETLACH In this city, March 0. Nod A. i
Betlach. age 20 years. Remains are at :
Holman's funeral paxlons. Announcement i
of funeral later.
it. C. WRIGHT 1Z2 years' practice, U.
and foreign patents, eul Dekum bldg.
iL. L. BARNES, painting, tinting and gen
eral painting. Reasonable prices. Main
jVAUNTLNU AM) ILALSjOMLNLNG.
WE kalsomine rooms a
houses at your price.
t $2.00 and pain i
East B 0134.
STEIN '13 LOAN OFFICE,
tt jNOKIH ttth ST.
PORTLAND WOOD FIFE CO. Factory and
oiiiLie near 4tii and .ork sts. Main 3u.
Kl'BBEK STAMFS. ti-EAjLS. BKASS S1QX3.
FAC1F1C COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 VVasn. St., Fnone Mam flu and A. 2710.
bTOKAt.li AND TBA-NbFEB.
O. F1CK Transfer Ac Storage Co. Office
and rominouiouu 4-story uric warenousc.
separate iron room and tireprool vautts
lor valuable. .. W. cur. 21 and Fine sts.
Fianoti and furniture move, and pacaa
for smpment, special ra maue on gooua
in our tnrougn cars to aii domestic and
sorelgn ports. Main Otftf. A lwUfa.
uiSU.N-ltOE TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warenouse with separate
rooms. W e move and pack, household
goods ana pianos ana snip at reauceu
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
" forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Ottice and warenou&e, 15th aud
Woyt bis. Mam A.
PACKING. SH1FFINO. STORAGE.
IT FAYS TO GET THE BEST.
Reduced freight rates to all parts.
MANNING WAREHOUSE & TRANSFEI!
Main 703. iHh and ttoyt. A 221,
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 4i-k Ulisan St.,
cor. l.ith, Teiepnone Main w or a.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowoit
Insurance rates in city.
MADISON ST. DOCK, and WAREHOUSE
Office J 61 Madison. General mercnana.se
and furwaraine axenLs. Fhone Main Ttfui.
WHITEW'ASIilNG. aaoline power sprayer.
expert work. Fhone a ell wood 17a.
GREEN and dry alabwood, b Sack wood. Pan
ama Fual Co. Main 5720, A. 388.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire 4c Iron Wki., 2d and Columbia.
PAIN I S AND W ALL PAPER
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor ste.
M. L. KLINE,
b-i-bti Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM & LP PLIES.
M. L. KLINE, b4-86 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
W. BALTES & CO., 1st and Oak sta.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EYERDING & FARREL, 140 Front St. ,
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Nor t h r up.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
V. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
lOHCAN WALL PAPER CO, 2S0 2d st.
WIIOLKSArE JEWELERS & OPTICLVNS.
'I'TTKR FIELD BKOS.. MOHAWK BLDa.
FRIEDE.VTHAL At the residence of hex
son, Joe Friedenthal. 696 Everett street,
March 29, Mrs- Sarah Friedenthal.- aged
77 years 10 months, molher of Mrs. David
Levy. Joe and Max Friedenthal, of Port
land ; Sot Friedenthal. of Seattle, Wash. ;
Henry Friedenthal, of Skagway, Alaska.
Friends invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at the above residence
at 2 P. M. today (Wednesday), March 31.
Interment Beth Israel Cemetery. Please
SHADDUCK The funeral services of the late
Allison S. Shadduck will be held at the
chapel of Chambers Undertaking Co., cor
ner Killings worth ave. and Kerby at., Wed
nesday. March 31st, 2 P. M. Deceased is
survived by one son, Guy, of Portland, and
one daughter. Vera, of Albany; 2 brothers.
r. Ai. snauuuea. ot fort land, and w. J
Shadduck, of Lyons. Iowa. Interment
will be made at Arlington, Oregon.
O'DAY The funeral services of the late
Thomas O'Day, who passed away in this
city. Marcn 2tn, JJtio, win be neid today,
Wednesday, at 2 P. M. from the Trinity
episcopal cnurch. Friends are invited
to attend services. Interment private,
Rivervlew cemetery. The body will lie In
state until 12 M. today at the parlors
ot tne SKewes unaertaaing co., corner dra
NOONING At the family residence, 1340
Willamette boulevard, March 29, John
.Nooning, are 7tt years 9 months 26 days.
Funeral from Holman's funeral parlors at
9:43 a .M. toaay vveanesaay, Marcn si,
thence to the cathedral, lth and Davie,
where services will be held at 10 A. M.
Friends Invited. Interment Mt. Calvary
RAX WORTHY At the residence, 697 Mar
shall st.. March 29, Eleanor Elizabeth
Jtax worthy, wife of Sidney Rax worthy.
Jriends invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at the above residence
at 9:30 A. M. today (Wednesday), March
31. thence to the Portland Crematorium.
Kindly omit flowers.
URBACH March 29, George TJrbach, aged
6,'t years. The funeral services will be held
at the German Congregational Church,
F.ast 7th aiid Stanton sts.. tomorrow
(Thursday). April 1, at 2 P. M. Interment
Rose City Cemetery. Remains at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. John Miller, 500
McLAREN The funeral service of Alex-
ander P. McLaren will be held Saturday,
April 3rd at his late residence in Rainier.
' Oregon, at 1 :30 o'clock P. M. Friends in
vited. The remains are at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley & Son,
Montgomery at 5th.
LECHLER The funeral services of the Tate
Frederick H. Lechler will be held today,
Wednesday, at' 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at the
residence establishment of J. P. Finley &
Son, Montgomery at 5th. Friends invited.
Interment at lilwaukie cemetery.
EBERMAN At her. late residence at Metz
ger. Or., Anna Eberman.. March 29. aged
46 years, wife of W. J. Eberman. -Funeral
services will be held from above residence
todav (Wednesday) at 12 noon. Interment
Crescent Grove Cemetery.
HOOPER The funeral services of the late
James J. Hooper, age 7? years, will be
held at the Lerch undertaking parlors, E.
11th and Clay, Wednesday, at II A. M.
T&s only resldeuc. undertaklns; astabiish.
men lu Porllauil wlla prlvat. riv.war.
Uam V. A 1-
J. P. FINLEI SON,
tiontcom.ry at FUtfc.
MS, BDWARD HOLMAN. th. lnullng
funeral diiector. 220 Third su-Mt, oorn.r
balm A, iaay assistant. A. Main &itt'
p. 6. DUNNING, INC..
Kast S'fio Funeral JJlrecturs. 411 East Al
jcT stre.c Kast 52, B 2035.
A. 8. ZiU-Jia CO., II2 Wll-LiAilS AVaV
Cast 10SS, C lOua. l-adj atleuaauu Uajr
and nigbt service.
ULNNING M'ENTSL. funeral directors,
Broadway and Piue. Fbuae Mala 4M, A -tOili.
BREE, Sunnyaide Funeral Fa. iors. Aute
hearse. I02tf Belmont at. Tabor lot, B
R. T, BYKWEri, WUllams ave. ana Knoll.
East 1110. C 193. Laay att.ndant.
p. J LERCH, East 11 til and Clay aUMta,
Lady ttasisumt. Kast 781.
SuK KS UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Sd
and Clay, .lain 415. A 2321. Lady attendant.
MARTIN a FOKBliS CO.. Ilorlst 347 Wash
. inaton. Main A UW. Flow, tor all
occasions artistically arranged. '
CLARKE BROS., designer, and decorator.,
fresn cut flowers, great variety. Morrison,
between 4th and Sth. Main or A 18U5.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alll.r.
TJesig n. and spra.. Marshall 5U22.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7216. A 12L Sellin,
A. C r. BURKHARDT, 120 M. 23d Funeral
designs and cut flowers. Main 1U5. A 7931.
SCNXYSIDE Greenhouso. Fresh flower..
Phon. B 15ii Sd asd Taylor.
MAT. TODAY 2:15
Floor, f 1. Bal.. 13c, SOe. lal., 30r. 20c
Famous Comedy Success
"PEG 0' MY HEART"
PEGGY O'NEILL AS "PEG."
Evenings Floor. 11 rowa 12. 7 at L20.
Balcony. 1. 75c, 50c. Gallery, 50c.
8EATS NOW SELLING.
Main 2. A ftSfi.
Gee La, Baker, Mgr.
TOMGHT AIX WEEK MATS.
The most soul-stirring drama of a decade.
BY EUGENE BRIEUX. "
"Presented with artlstio power and great
moral earnestness." Dr. V m. T. ioster.
"If on. only Is taught the wages of aln
la death.' tho p!ay mill hav. served Us pur
pose." Mayor Albee.
Tremendous portrayal of facts." R.v.
T. W. Gorman.
Chl'dren under 16 not admitted unless ac
companied by adults. Special mallne. tor
women only. Thursday, 20c 00c.
Evenings: 25c, 50c, 73c. Box $1. Hats.. 2.1e
Sue. Box, 75c Special bargain matinee
Wed., all seats (except box) 25c.
Main 6. A 1020. Broadway, at Stark.
Amusement wagon is
hitched to seven star
acts this week, with
THE BRIDE SHOP
Andrew Tombes and a
posse of beautiful
FRED J. ARDATH
With Five Other Big Acts it is the
BIGGEST SHOW TO PLAY HERE
Nights 50 cenls
Matinees 25 cents
Mr. Tombes and Miss Wentworth
At Orpheum Tea.
' S:30 P. M
Oneu M'OlTeney, World's Greatest Protean
Artor; Ethel Whiteside and Pickaninnies;
3 Other .Feature Act 3
DDTfE?' Afternoon I0e, 15e
rKlCEOf Mglits ISc. tic
Direct from his unprecedented Broadway
6 OTHER BIG-FE-ATI RE ACTS ft
Boxes and firwt row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 4636. A 2J3tf.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc. Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.,
furniture. 16U-8 First st.
MEL TIN GNOT1 C E S.
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 8.
R. A. M. A special convocation
of Portland Chapter, No. 3. will
be held In their hall. Masonic
Temple, Portland, Or., this
(Wednesday) afternoon, March 31,
at 4 o'clock. Work in Royal Arch
rloorao ninnAr will hft served about o:.i',
after which work will be resumed at 7:o0
in the evening. Visiting companions will be
welcomed. W. P. ANDRUS, J. H. P.
J. A. ALLEN. Sec.
TONIC COURT NO. 1, ORDER
OF THE AMARANTH. Officers
and members are requested to at
tend the funeral services of our
late beloved Hon. Lady Frieden
hal from the residence of her
eon. 690 Everett at., at 2 P. M.,
by order R. M
AL.ICB C. tjIBHaS. Sec.
fV - M YRTLK CHAPTER, N O. 1
v7 O. K. S. -Officers and members
Xfflj are requested to attend the funeral
services of our laie brother, K. H.
Lechler. this ( Wednesday i after
noon, 2:30 o'clock, from the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Finley & Co. By order
JENNIR H. GALLOWAY, Sec
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 13,
O. E. tipeclal meeting; this
(Wednesday) afternoon at 10
o'clock for the purpose of con
ducting the funeral services of our
late beloved sister, Sarah Friedenthal. By
order W. M- n 4 T T t a
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.
18, R. A. M. Called convocation
thla (Wednesday) evening. East
Eighth and Burnalde sts., at 7:30
o'clock. R. A. Degree. Visitors
welcome. By order E. H. P.
ROY yUACK.rJ"SrJL fc-il. Sec.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Thursday) even
ing ill 9 O CI CM." It, AlitSOIIJC; iciiipi
Visiting brethren always welcome.
By order of W. M-
FRED L. OLSON. Sec.
K. 'f. Special, Wednesday.
March Slst. at 1 o'clock P.
M. To conduct the funeral
service of Sir F. H. Lechler.
Tour attendance is expected.
C. K. YVlEtiArtlJ, necoraer.
HAWTHORNE LODGE NO.
Ill A. F. & A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing at 7:8" Masonic Temple.
Work In the M. M. degree. Vis
iting brethren welcome.
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2, T. O. O. F.
The amateur performance which was to
have taken place tonight has been post
poned until a later date; the regular moet
lnr will be held, however, at S K M.
ine "i do r. OSVOLD. Secretary.
-Tin, REGULAR MEETING THIS
jgS5Sv' (Wednesday) evening. East 6th
and Alder streets. Visitor, cor
WiSTjQ 7s dially Invited. Initiatory degree.
W. W. TERRY, Secretary.
EXTRA Emblem jewelry of all kinds: sp
tlal designs made. Jaeger Bros.. J.wlara.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
87 GRAND AVE. N.
Between Davis mm& Everett.
Phones East 1432, B 2515. Use. Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for aick or disabled
animals at a moment's nptlce. Anyone
desiring a pet may communicate Willi aa
Same ad two ronaecuttve ti.nee
Same ad three cwmuN'iilive times
Sum? ad m it or Mteu contefutive tinte. . . Mc
The above rate? ain- auverttnemeois
under ew Today" and all oturr 4'ltMliia-
ttoiiH rxceiit tne loiiuuutg:
Ntta.tiiis Mnt-d Mule.
Situations tuiled t-emale.
tor Kt-ut. Itoonifs l'riate i amilic.
Hoard and Kooium. Private r Mtiiilicr.
11 nti se keeping ltMim. i nvmr raimliew.
Kate ou the above ciuhmiikmi.wui, m cents
a line each insertion.
On "charge" sdt ert.M-iucnts c harge will be
baetl en the number ol line atir11tf l'1
the paper, regnrdletvt of ihe nuiutifr of words
in etoH line. Minimum eiiarge. two line.
The Ort-artiniuii uiil aMivnt t-lkUMtif ied md-
vertiNenientM over the telephone, r.itted
the HUvertitter 1 a Milcriber In either phone.
No prices will be quoted o.er the plioue, but
hill will be tendered the follow iuk la.
hether su(Keiieiit advertisement w ill be
aeeeMed over t h pi-one deK-nu upon t tie
prompt neM of pament of (elephoue ttdver
tiNemeutK. Situation wanted and Personal
advertisement will not be aeoepled over the
telephone. Order fr one lneiioii only w ill
be accepted for "Furniture for sale," lni
net Opikorlunitiett,' 'Koomiii;-tluuseV and
"Wanted to Kent."
Telephone Main 7(170. A 60fl,1.
The OrexntiiMn will not mmranteo accuracy
or a ait tie responsibility for errors occurring
In telephone advertisement.
Advertisement to receive prompt classifi
cation must he In The Orejonlan office be
fore 9 o'clock at uifcht. except Saturday.
Closing; hour tor The Sunday OreRoniau will
be 7::t0 o'clock Saturday uifcht. The office
will be open until 10 o'elm-k I. M., as u-ual.
and all ads received loo laie for nruner clu.
siricatton v. ill be run under the ueadinc
'Too I.ale to Clasaltj."
irj f .t W.W , J
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Comprising; 336 Acres.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing Four Incinerators. Chapel
MOST MODDRX I. AMERICA.
Originators and Leaders of Hlgh-Claaa
cemetery and Crematorium berv
v Ice in Portland.
Perpetual Care Without Extra Cbarse.
Ideally Located on Picturesque Mount
ocott, where iNature a I'eaceiui
Quietude Lends an Influ
ence to Soften Sorrow."
Reached by Mount ti.ott and Cazadero
cars. Auto tiua Meets cars by
Appointment. Both Telephone.
LARGE. PfcHMAALAT. PA1CKLIKB.
1 1 have a Rood piece of income
property, value $16,000. Must
raiso some cash, at least $ 1000,
and will accept farm or other
property in exchange as part and
might assume some. The incum
brance on my property is $5773,
7 per cent, long: time. Investigate.
. O ItUl. OREGOMAX.
ON IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTIES
Residence loans 6 and 7 per cent, ac
cording to location Plenty of money.
ROBERTSON & EWTNG
207-8 Kortkweatera li.nt Bids.
on Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. CaU
(Of LARGE LOANS ON fOf
J O BLSl.VKSS PROPERTIES O lC
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-210 Asrthnestern HaaJt Bulldimjc
WE WILL BUILD AND FIVANCB
Flats and Apartments
in any part of the
city costing from
Jzuoo to $20,oo0: pay
ments like rent
Call and see us.
k K. BOWMAN C CO
Room 1. Commercial Ctb Bi'lldlna;.
on either city or farm property. This
Spring's opportunities belong to you
GEO. H. THOMAS
MT Oak St, Itoom 2, Alusrrorlh llldic.
Western Bond &
Our Own Monuy bl Current Kites.
MUNICIPAL AI tOKPOKATIOS UOXD9.
FARM AND HTfc lAAS.
SO Fourth St.. Board of Xrada Ulda.
BUSINESS PROPERTY ANOCtCSr IN RESIDENCE'S
aflt!ififmiflfi3lf" 0 ffAPf9
S- EDWARD E.GDUDET-7
NORTHWESTERN BAMrS. BUIi-OirtC.
ANY AMOUNT AT CURSOIT (UJES I 1 1 fi ii 1 W fll S
CITV AXD FARM LOAN
On Improved Properties In Any Amount
at Current Kate.
HAHTMAN A THOMPSON, BAKKH
Ceraar Kaurtli and Stark stfeata
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
H. P., 404-4i6-iW
BECK. William 31ft-31tf Kalllng bldy.
BENEDICT BROS.. PG Hawthorne va
BARRETT BROS.. A02 Board of Trade.
TWO beautiful view Ot'OxlOO) lota, plowed
ready for Rardcti; water and atdcwalks on
Btrct; only fW f"r both, ".J canh, $Mt
per month; snap ou can't boat: buy now.
while lumber is cJ.ap. Jo." .Sortliweotcrn
Lot between 24th and 25th ta.
Main o0 r.r,.
ABTORIA. WARRENTON, NEW ASTORIA.
Locatlouo the hcttrt of the beat of It.
It. L. Yoke. 11:16 Northwestern Bank hide.
IN Irvington, tboice corner, 100x100. neiR
borhood of fine homes, f-TT-O, clear. Mu
i;63. A 12-T.
BY owner, half price for caah lota
Flavel; S10O sach. X &2. Oregoalao.
ROSE CITT PARK
Deal direct with the owners, the ortf
tnal platters of thla beautiful part ot
Portland all on our rUy department,
corner Fourth toil titark.
HA it t Ai A.N te lUJiiPSOX-
1 11AVU a ciione view lot on 1'ne
H.s-hta that 1 will sell at a itrt y
jc.iu.cJ prKc. My tonlrvt contains
u nun. uiitccd p. c. incrcuso in
.i:u, hi months or your in on
Wuiivied Hlth 0 p. c. interest, 1jk n
the company arc now titlerintr. l ou
must see this to a.pre mto it. l-t t
me how tt 10 'U. X OrrsoPlin,
KOSK CITV VA II K DISTRICT.
I.nrge. finft l"t, sold formerly for $1 .
M ut h it o monev, ta ke 1 40 a 11 iaM-i .
KOK SAI.K t'hoK
, liglilK iot, near KsftU
l or sale j,'eneh
TWO choice bea.h i
ilcach ; must sell,
from st at i'n, on 1 1
lret S t'ref.i
ts. Salt Air, TiKaruowS.
i:eed mousy ; H'O tt'i
(k, fiwiug octao. AU-
r or SaJe
YOU MIST SKE TUB SNAP,
Jls;.u TKKMS 1H.'.U.
1V.0 TKHMS $1 ;..
f :! Kat -ith t. NiMth.
l:to Kant oOth Kt. North.
Klegnt A -room bunsalow, with h.tid
wood floors, fircplm-v, lut"li Kit-hin.
l)'nnitd ceilintr, fln-trU; flxlurf. piunibliiaf
toniplt'le. lawn, tveen. etc: buiit in titlet ta.
Its worth fJ.VMt; my jirlcw lor a tjuwtk
aalf, $ls.u. tftmi. Ta!; All-ita cur or
jitney to iiii tttrcut thptt gu l"" tc-t
coaili. t wikt t litre 1 to . di i i. or
ptiune East J, evcnlugn tor appotnt-
IDEAL UAlKV PltOl't 'S IT 1 'N
75 ter' run- ii:otn lain-ii, -..luhiit :
Vancou if Lal;e and In liic lnuus Yr It
Valley ; :i 11 I tell !mii1. ii oimii .,'t rt'-r-.n
cultl ntLt, liu.utu's brush lit mi , ni-al
prup.'sif iK! it!Kl u Ininii'i inl f t' r;n r.
paijiiiie: a miles Iro;n i'.iurthiui"; JamJ
rail!, tMir liouNf, mia I i.rn; b.tci .-i -Chard
; only t U.oou, ' , chMi or Kvod my
0th aiK) .litt M ,
flina tr, YYaU
THAI" A A.N i LOT.
why not tli;. a 1-i iHirv -nto
in ,;o.i k ? ,v will n km mi t h h
MONEY, liUl.O A I'AHTKNTH, r.M
PU.NCJs. OR A.NVTIU.MI. TLANrf KKt.K.
VV li A rtli Kei.-l'u.NSi Hi-li. W C KNOiV
how; Talk, v iiii oi it rutMs, mc
Ol ii WOlilv, W ILL Uifa Hu.MJji. U 1.
JtAlLKV At CO., t ON IMi Ai Tl N- ArtvJUi
TKi Ti, :i'4 ABINUTON Bl.Uii.
UOSIC TTT TAHK
lal direct nlin th o nm, Ihi rrlv
Inal plHtieis of tin hmutlfu; art f I'rt
land. Call on our U'Jtj Uepa'(mtr,t,tLui -ncr
il. and htark.
-HAKTMAX ft TI!M I'KON
KOK tSALfc Modem fi-ronm bu:ialow, ftr.
place, furnace, full cfni'-nt innt, at
tic, all built-in con wii iin;cp , l,mr, i ...
fltifir walla nlc-My imini. :lKioia aitl
hadea, I u0 lot, lo, uid in tit bent
part uf ft o City l'ntk. H'H tmvi ft..-u
PMvcd tr,t; v!u ..ot. jully Simmi;
will taki Sioim cMit or 1 "W on tttrina.
T il!-'. ori'it'tman.
11 EklALE i;...(m,
Kuburbari hoino on P;(IjUui HIM. evt
lookniK river and if kiouiiMk; ii"- mod
ern house of 7 room, I ti--r of
ground). Miiiht reunnb-r rnfin; with op
tion ot pun h;i. h u 1 1 p.t i t nU In rs on
Hppliu-itlon, If. I. rMlimT-Ji'lM' Jo, 4o
Wiliox bldg.. Mam su.'-.t, i'....L
$.".( ,iONTIl tiivn inciiK.i-i In i riM . A
roinis Him HTping-ituri n, t.ti'i, iirpmr",
bu I It-in von "tueiict'it, full I'cmfiit !
nii-nt, hot and rold ii r In b'-droomn. on
Kood CM!lln n-ar park, ml-L !. rhurchri,
tn one of rirt land tivi rtnttiuttU dn
trirt-. VnIUn M12
Mitdfrn o-rooni bunsulow, rnmpltilx
furmnhel with soion oak, Ilk i ;
liichiiionti Add , I bk. from car; am laa
Infr. ilHin 1U4.
CL 'SK-JN comer, "uxii;;, with
limine, ;t;t Clitt'-n nr., cot. l"'tH; aaiHi;
will sell for 7 0 ; cot e nltit trrmn, urn
Is within ny MHikuix dmtuiif- and nnnr
park blocks. Oregon i n wni ni?n t v Mort.
part'e Co., "Stock Exchange, IM ntd Yinihill.
$200011 A WTHOHN K NA f -$' m -n'
5-room ovinKalow. built-in conv nlenrrs,
whlte-cnanieied lutch kltclifn. new lino.
leum, cemtiii basement. wnMhtray. 1
block from Uh and Hawtliurti, trm.
W 70-'. Orggonlsn.
YOU ARE LOOK1MJ EOU A Jtt'.Vt I A LuU.
YOU Aii E 1.M)K1N; l-OR A 1JAKUA1.N.
All modern I'unvrnleiH'fi; only $L'1"10. l'ay
me tit it t-M a tnonili, v hlch Include lntr
f5t. Tabor ;t!'-a.
IF I I'Ol'f-D wait for the Interstate brblee
to be completed 1 could clean up a m
rum on a new, modern bungalow, chote
district, near oar, but I muct sell note,
(all quickly. Mi.mhall Stilt.
$900 UL Y 4-rooin new lioutr, fin location.
near aiation, -o minuieM- car rule; rri.
flee account alefrnesa; nro It; munt hi
!")ino cash, balance terms to right pt t.
"Uj N. w. Itnnk l iU.
NKW 6-room li"um Kenton dlnlrt.-t. 1' blockfl
car, hardwood floors, f irrplm-o, white n
Hiiiekd cliumbers and ltitch kitchen; $'J.
down, per mouth. Including Internal;
no HK.MilM. nor trade. Wouilliinu o4'.'J.
Fult SALE In Hose City r'ark, 6-room
bungalow with aleeplng porch, f Irwplacc,
furna:o, hardwood I loot but it-In buff nt.
4'.ii L. 40th .., 1 block north of handy
$4.Vo, ft room.-, com pletely furnif h'-rt,
modern house, hath, tuilt on both floor,
cement bappmeut, 2U inlnuiee U i; O,
1'hune B 10.'3.
A Fl'UCKD rALU.
9N50, non t, 4 -room lioukc, 40x100 lot,
good fumHU'p ami p.-no tfori at Hi in
piire; J.VtO cash. A(l 7"-. Ore:onl:n.
pit"") MUDKK'N bun mi low, Jtii cir.plpi.-'i,
ft.'tth uud Broadrtiiv; t:i nii wttli hlf l"t
fcr $U-."0 ami take cb'ar bt In par pa-
itie:it. IMiono owner. 1 I h.'i
NEW i-lluoil uunpa'ow. strictly mod. ru,
luiS district; wou.d take god lot hi tt .',
rome out And a- tins. Cvi E. 4rst, bci.
Thurr.pvr.n and Hi ai"e.
5-ROOM b anna In w, 2 .ol, cvicir fruit, -t
l:lndr, oue-ililrd do.n. (.art iraiie. Inquii
rMm fcrtn t'nlou ave. Souih. i'lioiiu i'
PUKTLA.SD Hi;(J!lV3 I'L'NGALOW M I E.
t ! U0 0 ; cii.s li. . 1 Uie lew : cioae to car,
and walking r.trtanue; JO blka o 1. OfLcc.
J ESS 13 hOUauN', 2 Corbtt Hilly.
0-ia.'OM liiodt'iri nouno ut Mininumih, iJi.il
kiua naier utul flectri lltflita, k-o4 t n
unit jitney Bvrvlc. A bwi gain at $ I.SOo,
T, G. lUwIcy owner. Phone Main "Mt.
Eyl 1TV in llOUlM Mtld lot,
cated ; uiy payment a;
i.iuurit of rqultv for
MS. Qn-noniau tlog.
(a uial!y lo.
FUR SALE Mod frn 6-room bungalow,
Hawthorne dtntric t, two lota. pnvd trei,
1 blorka to car; i"00 will handle. AC 1.
Urea on i u ii.
SOL'TIl of M L. Tabor ritllen-e of ovm
rooms. Just compli'ti-d, for sain at sscrt
f Ice pri this week. Easy tarma cell
owner. Tabor W'K
FOK SALE New modern -room butigalosr
In Irvinfiton. L'nlgue In ileiKii and com
p)et ti. ery dta;l. Phone E. 4 " 4i.
fc'uR iiALE Modrrn coliaj;e, 1 bJrk tiori1!
of car barnsT Write or inquire. 13 Wah
Ingloa at.. Vliu-"UVfr, W ash.
lHVINCtTON HOME 8 rooms, nlca locallon;
hardwood floors; all modern conveniences;
cheap. East 'V3. W. 11. Herdmaa.
PLANS' f' I.rNt-S.M.OVV PLAN HOuK, 1'
A. 11. FAKER, Alt HI I IH I,
360 Anisu irthayc. Phone Wooiilawn .
BEALTlKt'L vi-. Wixlo, r.-ro..m l unaalnM,
I'o niinuie car rid; on'y flion, $:'.o c.i.
$15 per mouth. ',"( N . W . Bank Mdjj.
iuVINtTO.V Muit Sfll my home; eei y
nuJorn convenience; beat dlamct, Iltuis.
I'KltTLANLl home 1
i i h
down to pn-aent market
B Bight. 7 -it hum. 'ntu.
MODE US .".-room uUa.
per inonlh. i.'il W"rret
nodern 1 2 -room house. In Irvington.
Rice, Kit 4.2.
NEW modern o-rootn houae. aara; in-ia-
ISO e month ; terms. Woodlan
MODERN, sightly. S-room h
section Ijaurelliufst. N f'7..
FOR SALE Beautirul,
modern In every m'
fw, "r"rin houae,
K. t'th tt.
NEW "i-rrom bungalow at 741 K.
14 bl. N. of Kandy blvd. See this,
bub urban Home Property.
V ACRE. Street graded, lr tlpd I
beautiful vle-', lv.-I. f'm- dl. ihi r"
J t minutes ride; rlht a.ii1 fo, horn-; i'o.
l'.t fash 15 per month. ;oi Nrtiiweiis n
Bank bldg. ,
l 1 BoON H A L F A I ' K S.
GooA soil, good water; vlw to ratlin-;
easy terms: will bund to suit pur-- -.ae.-,
Phone Marshall I.'..", or K-llwoml 4;.
JOHN GIBBON. Ott N (fit.
jiOd 1-5 ACRE $;.o,
Oartlcn land and high hulMirg sit-;
aprinc watT, sulflrl. ut &r Irrigation.
fronting' on firgtn "(iy ?1in-.
JESSE HOIISU.N, 5:- 'riiLett Bl'lg
Wl LLAM ETTK II I VKH Krontnge. ; h i",
rh-p. 4 -room hu. i-rndtry loiiS". nr
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weather. IUI Sla, 1'hont Oak Oroia 1X