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rrra 3ro rntxgoregonia??, Wednesday. rAncir 20, 1916.
SLOrilAM TO APPEAR
Great Quarter-Miler of San
Francisco to Race at
Far Western Games.
IDAHO TO SEND FIVE STARS
Older of Events for Games Is An
nounced Wide Lanes to Do
Away AYitb, Xced for Many
" Heats in Short Races.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL, COL
tEGE, Corvallis, March 28. (Special.)
-r"One of the greatest aggregations
of great athletes ever collected on the
Coast will be here for the Far Western
Indoor meet Saturday," said Dr. E. J.
Stewart today, as he unfolded a tele
gram announcing the entry of Sloman,
of tha Olympic Club of San Francisco,
th great quarter-miler. The next
telegram to arrive was from Moscow
and announced the entry of Massey,
winner of the 880 in the Conference
meet last Spring; Dingle. Morrison.
Betty, Parr and Lommassen. Massey
will enter the 880 and 440; DinglVwill
enter the 440; Morrison and Betty will
enter the dashes and Lommassen will
heave the discus and javelins. Massey,
Uingle, Morrison and Betty will run the
relay for the Gem Staters.
Southern California will be repre
sented by one of the most talented con
tingents of athletes to be found in any
one section of the country. The Los
Angeles Athletic Club has entered
Beebe, Pacific Coast champion in the
mile and two mile; Bagnard, Far West
tin champion In the shot-put and dis
cus; Conn, crack sprinter and broad
Jumper, and Fred Kelly, champion high
Jiurdler. Earl Thompson, who recently
tied the record of 15 flat for the high
sticks, held for a long time by Kelly,
will represent the University of
Southern California. Johnson, sprinter
end broadjumper, and Crippen, mller,
ktc others from NU. S. C. who add to
the brilliancy of the contingent.
Fifteen events are on the programme.
The first number will be the trials
of the S5-yard dash. Dr. Stewart has
made arrangements to run the heats
of both the 90-yard high hurdles and
the 83-yard dash on a ten-lane track,
so there will be trials and finals only.
The order of events will be: 85-yard
flash, trials; 880-yard run; 85-yard
dash, finals; 90-yard high hurdles,
trials; 1-mile run; 440-yard run; 90
yard high hurdles, finals; 220-yard
dash, trials; 220-yard dash, semi-finals:
220-yard low hurdles, trials; 220-yard
low hurdles, semi-finals: 5-mile run;
220-yard dash, finals; 220-yard low
hurdles, finals; pole vault, high jump,
broad jump. 16-pound shot-put, discus.
DANCE TO AID WOUNDED
SOCIETY FROLICS TOHOnROW TO
HELP FRENCH SOLDIERS.
Many Specialties) Are to Be Introduced
and All Old Favorites Are to
Be Seen on Floor.
For the benefit of the French Red
Cross. Portland society will hold a mi
careme or mid-Lenten bal masque to
morrow night in Cotillion Hall, Four
teenth and Burnside streets.
Dainty Grecian maidens, knights and
kines of olden days, clowns, Italian
peasants, heralds. Little Red Riding
Hood. Old Mother Hubbard. Jack and
Jill and all the celebrities of the past
will make their appearance ; in the
A vaudeville show will be one of the
big features. Mrs. Hazel Blumauer
Litt and Jack Adams will do a gavotte
specialty. Allen Green and Maurice
Crumpacker will vie with the best
Orpheum artists in a song and dance
number that is promised as one of the
best attractions. Miss Harriet Cum
ming and Miss Clementine Lambert,
two society belles, wiii ' demonstrate
their skill as vaudeville singers and
Miss Katherine Laidlaw and Miss
Jlmy Stuart Smith will do solo dances
that will be quite spectacular, grace
ful and original.
Dainty Misa Susie Smith will appear
as an Italian street singer and will
give a dance in which she will be ac
companied by a violinist.
The main floor will be occupied by
the participants in the ball and the
gallery will be reserved forMhose- who
wish to look on. The funds will all
he used for the benefit of the French
eoldiers who are wounded and, are in
jrrcat need of assistance. The ball was
planned by L" Alliance Francaise.
Among the patronesses will be Mrs.
Ernest Tucker. Mrs. T. B. Wilcox, Mrs.
C. E. S. Wood. Mrs. II. W. Metzger,
Mrs. Frank Dooly, Mrs. K. . J. Mac
kenzie. Mrs. Solomon Hirsch. Mrs. C.
T". Adams. Mrs. Helen Ladd-Corbett,
Mrs. Henri Labbe, Mrs. II. L. Sher
Avood. Mrs. W. D. Wheelwright. Mrs.
J. N. Llpman, Miss Failing, Miss Mary
Failing. Mrs. J. C. Ainsworth. Mrs. I.
K. Fleischner aid Mrs. Holt Wilson.
The committee in charge includes Le
Jand L. Smith. J. Andre Fouilhoux.
Folger Johnson. Mrs. Susie Fennell
Pipes and Mrs. Ralph Fenton.
ALBANY IS INQUEEN RACE
Eugene. Is Expected to Announce Its
Miss Helen Hurlburt, of Albany, wa
announced yesterday by the Albany
Commercial Club as its candidate for
iueen of the Rose Festival, and Secre
tary W. A. Eastburn. of the club, will
be her campaign manager.
Eugene will announce its candidate
today and Pendleton is conducting a
contest to pick its entrant.
Announcement was received at the
Portland headquarters yesterday that
The Dalles and Hood River are plan
ning to put candidates in the field, and
other cities are expected to.be in be
fore another week has passed.
LIVE WIRES INDORSE BILL
Eighty Tcv Cent of Grant Land
Money Wanted fortate.
OREGON CITV, March 28. (Spe
cial.) The live wires of the Commer
clal Club at the weekly luncheon to
day adopted the following resolution
indorsing the grant land bill now be
"Resolved, That the live wires of the
Oregon City Commercial Club recom
mend to Congress that all moneys
realized to the United .States Govern
ment from the sale of the OreKon-
Caliiornia. land grant laxiUa and timber
You just breathe wl
fragrant, cool puffs
of Prince Albert !
It's so easy to smoke; so easy to get acquainted
with and call by its first name; so gentle and
friendly to your tongue and throat ! P. A. will
absolutely delight you in a jimmypipe or rolled
into a cigarette ; it will revolutionize any tobacco
notions you ever had! The patented process
fixes that and cuts out bite and parch !
Prince Albert certain will shift you to the north
side of smoke happiness quicK as you nooK it to a
match I The flavor ana coolness
and the absence of sting makes you
so plumb cheerful, youll do a to
bacco tango to the tune of
the national joy smoke
So, when we tell you, and men
everywhere hand you the same
say-so, that Prince Albert satisfies
every little old desire in your cigarette
mak In's or jimmypipe department,
it's time to get in line ! Do your little
stunt of laying in a supply of P. A.
Roll some makin's cigarettes. It's
easy-like, because Prince Albert is
crimp cut, and stays putt Or jam a
jimmypipe brimful and get the de
lights of P. A. via the briar or meer
schaum! It's all one and the same
when it comes down to
the amount of tip-top-joy
hand-out per puff !
Bay Prince Albert every-
where tobacco is mold in
toppyred bag, 5c; tidy red
tint, 10c; handtome pound
and half-pound tin humi
dor and that corking fine
pound crystal-glass humi
dor with sponge-moistener
top that keeps the tobacco
in such clever trim always !
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winstop-Salem, N. C
thereon be divided as follows: 23 per
cent to the United States Government
to defray the cost of administration
and 80 per cent to the state of Oregon,
of which 80 per cent one-half shall be
assigned to the irreducible school fund
of the state and one-half to the coun
ties in which the railroad lands are
respectively located, for the construc
tion of roads and bridges."
DIRECTORS TO BE ELECTED
J. C. Ainsworth Withdraws in Favor
of F. C. Kiggs, of Chamber.
J. C. Ainsworth has announced his
intention of not standing for renomina
tion to the board of directors of the
Chamber of Commerce from the public
ity and conventions bureau again this
year and is withdrawing in favor of F.
C. Kiggs, who has been an active work
er on the executive committee of the
The election will bo held at the an
nual meeting of the bureau at the
In addition to the business session,
the members will be entertained by a
series of travel pictures of Oregon.
Ex-Eugene Attorney Dies.
EURENE, Or.. March 28. (Special.)
A message has been received here
announcing the death of Louis H.
Pharp. a retired attorney, in Alameda
County, California. Mr. Sharp was born
in Eugene July 21. 1848. He went to
San Francisco 35 years ago to engage
in the practice of law.
Land Board Attorney Xamed.
SALEM, Or., March 28. (Special.)
The State Land Board today appointed
Collier H. Buffington. of Gold Beach.
attorney for the Board in Curry
County. He succeeds J. Huntley, who
Broadway, at Taylor
Main 1, A 1123
TODAY, TONIGHT, ALL WEEK
COSTIMOVS X TO 11 I, M.
1 MOTION PICTURES!
MR, AND MRS.
Their Own Ilomnntic Career.
Jn the Photo Drama.
'THE WHIRL OF LIFE'
STOni' BY VERNON" CASTLE.
SCItKE.NKI BV CATHERINE CARR
rsrR 15c, 25c
Broadway and Morrison.
HOME OF THE BAKEH FLAYERS.
Tonight. week. Man. Wed., Sat. HEXHT
KAI.L and The Baker Plavera.
"THK MAN FROM IIOMK."
A St.oO iliow tor regular Kaker prices.
Night. 25c, 50c. All Mats. 25c only. Kelt
week "The Road to Jlapplnea.'
The 20th fentury Song- Show,
THK KKKA.U PIRATES."
With Sammy renn. lula Wilmn and
ftig Heaute Cborua.
6 IHHIK UIU AIT
noxrit, firwt row bali-ony i-al n reserved by
ylioiic, Cuxtaui, SUiU. 2 and U.
BROADWAY AND YAMHILL.
Xhe Bet of Vaudeville.'
Matinees, loc to 50c. Nisrhts. 10c to 75c.
ORPHEUM ROAD SHOW
Direction of Martin Reck
KAN NT E BKICK.
The funniest girl in vaudeville; Ethel Clifton
& Brenda Fowler: Mme. Chilson-Ohrmau; Le
Urohs; Pietro; Miss Catherine Powell; Or
plieum Travel 'Weekly.
In new singtr.g and dancing novelties.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally and Sunday.
One time 12c
Same al two vonMecutire timee -c
Same ad three consecutive lim 36c
bame ad elac or neven consecutive times.. 56c
The above rates apply to advertisement
under "w Today" and all other claMiti
cationa except the following:
Situations Wanted Male.
Situation anted Female.
J'or Kent Rooms ITivate Families.
Hoard and Kotn 1'rivat e Faui i lies.
llouHekeepingr Roonm Private Families.
llate on the above classifications i 7 cents
a line each Insertion.
On 'charge" advertisement charges will
he based on the number of II net. appearing
in the paper regardleH of the number of
words in eacb, line. Minimum charge, two
The Oregonlan will accept classified ad
vertisement over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a fcubki-.riber to either
phone. N'o price will be quoted over the
fdione. but hilt will be rendered the fotlow
ii g day. Whether HubHpqumt advertise
ments will be accepted over the phone de
pends upon the promptness of payment of
telephone advertisomentfi. Situation Wanted
and Personal advertisements will not be ac
cepted over the telephone. Order for one
Insertion only will be accepted for Furni
ture for Sale,' "Business Opportunities
Kooming-llouses" and Wanted to Kent."
Advertisement to receive proper classi
fication muht he In The Orrgonian office
before o'clock at night, except Satur
day. Closing hour for The Sunday Ore
gonlan will he 7:30 o'clock Saturday night.
The office will be open until 1ft o'clock H. M.
as usual, and all ads received too late for
proper classification will be run under the
beading "Too Fate to Classify."
Telephones: Main 7070. A 6005.
ACCTIOV SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House. 211 1st. Furniture,
carpeti, etc. Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. 1BW8 First at.
PORTLAND CHAPTER No. -1.
71. A. M. Special convocation
Wednesday evening. March 2!,
7:H0 o'clock. Work in K. A.
degree hy a team composed en
tirely of past and present high
Visitors welcome. My order of
W. P. ANDRUS, Sec.
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2.
I. O. O. F. Regular meeting
&JLdr Wednesday evening at o'clock
" "1 " F f r IP nU a, 1 il .ir
street. BuaineRs of the utmost importance to
every member will be transacted. Visitors
welcome. R. OaVOLD, Sec.
WM. LINKLATER. N. G.
A SPECIAL MEETING will be held at th-e
Main Library, cor. 11th and Yamhill sis.,
on Wednesday. March '., at 8:15 P. M. Mat
ters of importance will be discussed pertain
in k to confectionery, cigar etands, newa
Ft an da, t heat era, moving pictures, baseball,
fruit stands. erocery atorea, automobile
gu rages and all those Interested in con
ducting their own biuinsa.
MOUNT TABOR LODGE, No.
42, A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this Wednes
day ) evenltiK. Went Side Tem
ple. 7 o'clock. M. M. degree.
Viditlng brethren welcome.
J. HE.NKLE, W. M.
ATTENTION. POURT MT'LTNOMAH No. 3,
FORESTERS OF AMERICA The quarterly
Biimnioned meeting is called for Wednesday,
March at s P. M-, W. O. W. Hall No. 2,
128 11th st. Don't full to attend. By order
C. R. EO t!OI -OS M1TH,
MASTICK'S Incomparable dahlias; order
now. M. G. Tyler, lurtO Derby st. Kenton
car. Phone Woodlawn T 70.
RMRI.KM Jewelry, button... rliarms. pins.
new tUblo-as. Jaessii- Bios., 131.-3 sjUtU sU I
E. 11. P.
t x t"imo x
s2r whore anm ameksii bf ar. I ' i
NO. 18, R. A. M. Members will
pay a fraternal visit to Port
land Chapter. No. 3, this
( Wednesday) evening. Members
will ko direct to the West Side
VitBntiifl Tm nl at 7 :3u o'clock.
Portland Chapter expects a jargo attend
ance from Washington Chapter. Let us
not disappoint them. Make It your special
business to be present. Don't leave it to
the other member. Past High Priests, wear
your jewels. By order K. H. P.
ROY QUACKEXBUSH, Sec
-utiaV. "regular meeting
nly hi (Wed.) evening, K.
oth and Alder. Visitors
cordially invited. The -elec-
T 1 n f ill uciCHftica i.u m
grand lodge will be held tonighu AH mem
ber requested to be present.
E. A. SHARON, N. G. W. W. TERRY, Sec.
AKERVTCK In this city, March 28, Henry
Curtis Akervick, a-d 2 years - months
27 days, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Akervick. of Kerby street.
Remains at Pearson's undertaking parlors,
Russell street at Union avenue.
MI NERAL NOTICES.
FATRLEY In this city, March 2S, Mary A.
Fair ley. aged i2 years, wife of Albert
Fairley, of Cascade Locks, Or., and sister
of Mrs. 11. A. Colby, San Francisco, Cal. I
Mrs. W. T. Shaw, Willamina, Or.; Jay
Saltzman, of Bend, Or. The remains will
be forwarded by J. P. Finley & Son,
tomorrow (Thursday) morning. March 80,
to Willamina. Or., where services will be
held at 2 o'clock I. M. at the Congre
gational Church. Friends invited.
MONES Alarch 28. Annie Mones, aged 8
years. 4 months and 6 days; beloved
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mones,
of 3100 East Twenty-fifth street North.
Funeral per vices today ( Wednesday ) at 1
o'clock. P. M., from Trinity Orthodox
Greek Church, corner East Seventeenth
and Tapgart streets. Friends Invited.
Interment Mount calvary Cemetery. Re
mains at Pearson's Undertaking parlors,
Ruesell street at' Union avenue.
COX In this city, March 2S. Mildred V.
Cox, aged 5 years. Funeral services will
be conducted tomorrow (Thursday).
March Si), at 3 P. M.. In the mortuary
chapel of A. D. Kenworthy & Co., 6S02
fR4 Ninety-second street Southeast, in
Lents. Friends invited to attend. Inter
ment Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
LOMAX The funeral services of the late
Mrs. Ann Lomax will be held from the
chapel of the F. S. Dunning, Inc., East
Side Funeral Directors.' 414 East Alder
street, today (Wednesday), March 29, at
-i P, Mr Friends invited. The conclud
ing services will be private at the Port
AEHNE At vallejo, Cal., March 25, Robert
Aeme. aged 43 years; brother of Chris
and William Aerne and Mrs. F. Q. Free
burger. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Hoi man's
funeral parlors at 3 P. M. today (Wednes
day), March 2l. Interment Lone Fir
Cemetery. Services at the grave private.
SANDER The, funeral services of the late
Anna Bander wiM be held from the chapel
of the F. S. Dunning. Inc., ?:ast Side
Funeral Directors, 414 East Alder street,
at 2 P. M. today (Wednesday ), March
2!. Friends Invited. Interment in River
FORTH EN March 25, Lois I,eah Wedan
Porthen, apred 1 year 10 months 2 days.
Funeral from Hoi man's funeral parlors
at 10::i0 A. M. today (Wednesday). March
20. Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
Years of Experience Enables
This Firm to Give YOU
This modern establishment, with
its conveniences, including a se
cluded driveway, insures abso
lute privacy, causing- in -no way
a departure from an established
policy of moderate prices.
Experienced Woman Attendant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Montgomery at Fifth.
Main 9.' A 1599.
"' i M 7! V "u
oa 'y- ao-. -a - aiienaanu
EDWARD H0LMAN CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 507, A 1511.
SERVICE FOR LESS.
$150 FUNERAL FOR 75.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wnihinirton mt K 1 1 h St., Between Twen
tieth and Twenty-first, West Side.
Main 2601; A 7SS3.
F. S. DUNNING. INC
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder street. East 0-. B i!525.
A R. ZELLER & CO.. 5!)2 WILLIAMS AVE.
East 10S8. C 10B8. Lady attendant.
Day and night aervice.
DUNNING & M ENTKE. funeral directors.
Broadway and Plue. I'hon Broadway 430,
A Lady attendant.
MR. AND MKS. W. H. HAMILTON Funeral
service. East 80th and Ullsan. Tabor 4;U3.
BREKZIJ & SNOOK, Sunnyside Parlors.
Auto hearse. 102U Belmont. Tab. B 1232
I. L. LURCH. East 11th and Clay streets.
Iady assistant. East 781.
R. T. BYRNES. Williams and Knott.
East 1115, C 14i3. Lady attendant.
Ffx & JoRBES CO.. florists
MARTIN & i"ORBES CO.. florists. S4T
Washington. Main S601, A 2Hl. Klowera
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists, 287 Morrison St.
Main or A lfeo5. Fine flower and floral
dsiffns. No brancli stores.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215, A 3121. Sall-ina-
blrig., 8th and Alder at.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washlnnton
St., bet. 4th and oth. Main 0102, A 1101.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 24-2H 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 8D64. Phillip
Neu f Sons for memorials.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
ST4 BELMOIVT ST.
Phones East 1423, B 2313. Open Day
Report all casea of cruelty to thla of
fice. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance for sick and disabled
animals at s. moment's notice. Anyone
desiring pet may commuuicate with ua.
MORTGAGE COMPANY FOR AMERICA
Ainsworth BIdg. 22, Portland
on improved city prop
erty at Lowest ttatac
817 Corbett Bldgr., 5th & Morrison Sts.
FARM LOANS "rVktSZ""1'
UA.KKIIJ MORTG AGE CORI'OU A.TION
Cavitut 5U0,(HH. Titl anU Xrust Ulds,
This directory Is for the information of the public, to give as far as possible
the different lines of business which the average person may find occasion
to use. Any information which cannot be found here will be gladly furnished
by phoning Main 7070 or A 60K5. House 40.
ABSTRACT ANU TITLliS.
fKOiiw SEltvICB at reasonable prlcea
lacilic Title at Trust Co.. 7 caam.of Com.
omriiAii, ueiniiLcaintf, saiiopins, ac
cord, side picaL, buttona covered; mail
ue'- ittocK UiK. Broudwuy 10U.
PLEAllMG, heiusutchiiitf, buttons covered,
eastern Novelty Co.. oj ii 5th. dw. ihk.
BUNUALOW I'LA.N BOOK, luo; plans. 5.
A. H. Kauer, uu Alu&wurth ave. Wood
ASSAYliflS AJ ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY Oi'i'ICE. li 2d Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
W. J. MAKliLIa Probate, real estate, mln
uig and corporation la; abstracts and
titles examined, w.-itten opinions f uruishtid.
14S4 Northwestern Bank bids. Main 5148.
UR.AHAM. BliCJvliTT ec COOiSK General
practice; abatracts examined. oul-S Plate
olds. Phune Main &ba.
L. M. JONEUS. M. I.
tjiyi Alberta su Wooclawn 4106.
C A RI'ET WEAVER.
jrfWI-Ainrllh f rVamfff jffsais.i.1
C-U-flVA i-it-aiiiny, rofittins. resizing;, etc.
; NORTHWEST RUU CO.,
1S8 E. sth. Both phones.
CKLLL'LOIU Bl'TTO.NS. 3A UKai.
THE IHWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
887 M ashinaton st. Main 312 and A 1254.
William. Kstelle and William. Jr.. rjeveay,
the only scientific chiropodists lu the city.
Parlors, 302 Uerltnger bldg., southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. L.
11111. oflice Fliedrer bldK. Main 8478.
CHIBOrKACTIC I'll VSICIANS.
UK. McMAHON Chronic cases, taking time,
81 treatments. 415; worth $ou; economy.
health, wealth. 2t'S--lU-ll-la Macleay bid.
NETU Ac CO.. Worcester bldg. Main Zl'JO.
No colifctlcu. no charge. Establisned 1UOO.
M AXCHESTKH Dancing Academy, 85 i 6tu
St.. bet. Stark and Oak. sp'l rates. 4 pri
vate lessons $;!, morning, afternoon, even
Ins; all latest dances guaranttt-d; class
Thurs.. Sat, evenings. T-eJ:i4u. udw. 1:10".
HEATH'S SCHOOL, Lessons dally; class
Tues., Fri. eve.. 8 to 10. 109 2d St.. beC
Wash and Stark. Main 8205. Lensons 25c.
I.A GENH DE REAU. Oriental. Spanish, toe,
nature. Egypt fancy. Russian. XaIq 827Z.
MULK.EY BLDG., 2d and Morrison 10 les
cona. S5; classes Mon.. Fri. eve. Mar. 813.
DRESS SUITJ for sale or rent at low prices.
W 8 buy dress suits at 51 3d st.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AM) THROAT.
Treatment by specialist; classes fitted. Dr.
F. P. Cassfeday. 517 Dekum bids.. 3d & Wn.
EIRE INS CHANCE. "
PACIFIC STATES FiKElNSUKANCE CO.
MATTRESS MAKING. "
FOR modern mattress making pone E. 5874.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcvclea and
bicycles. Phone Main 5 1. A 215'S.
Al'lO AND UK.OV TOPS.
Dl'LP.ILLU BUGGY TUP CO.. 2O0 gd St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT 1IOA1E.
Baggage &i Omnibus Transfer, Park 6c Davis.
Royal. Bakery & Confec. Inc., 11th & Everett.
DRY COODS WHOLESALE.
Complete line dry goods, furnishings, notions.
L Dinkelspiel Co. yha,rg.t"cro?n1.r
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FURNISHINGS.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER &. CO.. 207 Ash t.
M. H. HOUSER. Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAM3 A CO., 07-75 Fourth St.
EATS AND CAPS.
THANHACSER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front St.
HIDES. WOOL. CASCARA DARK.
KAHN BROS.. 101 Front St.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Alorrinon and 7th Bts.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83V, 0th St.
on Improved city and farm property
at current -rates. Attractive repayment
privilc-seoJ Loans Quickly closed. Call
COt LARGE LOANS tOf
OO BDSl.VESS I'ROrEIlTIES V O
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-219 Northwestf'3 Bank Bclldlns;.
Northwest Fence & Supply Co.
All Kinilt tf Ladders,
Batinn I'riinf r, Uwn
Kfnre and 4atrM.
Kat Oak St.,
Corner I'nion Ave.
tiet Our I'rices.
Nona Ret tri.
W Have Insurance Money at 5 To.
Private Funds at 6 and 1.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northnutnn Bank Bids;.
ON MORTGAGt SECURITY
KKJRTHWtSTCRN SANK BUILDING
Western Bond &
Oar Own Money at Carrent Rmtetu
MUNICIPAL. AM) COHPOKATiOM
BONDS, FA IiM AM) CITY LOANS,
bO Fourth Board of Trade Bide-
"j?'or Sale Lrptw.
LOT BARGAIN. bHng Iota 3 and 4, block
8 Brainard Addition, on 74th St., SOU ft.
north ct Moniavilla car, facing west; $a0
takes It for ft-w days. Bob Conklin, 71j
Dekum bldg. Maiu yti74.
' - "MT. TABOR SNAP.
100x125 homesite on west Blope, splendid
view : ns?ar Belmont carllne; ; is worth
fHUOO; will aell for 300O on terms. 511i Ger
liiiKcr bld. .
LARCH fine lot, Knott st.. half way Ik
twien Union and Williams hvp. ; sreat
bargain price if sold soon. 1. G. Davidson,
Chamber of Commerce.
WEST SIDE lOOxlOO apartnunt Bito; snap.
"5 minutes wa!k to 1'ostoffice. See owner,
M7 Chamber of Commerce.
EXCELLENT business corner; MUST sell;
$250 handles i make offer, AD 41 '2, Ore-
IDLE CASH? 4 loifl In Fairport, one block
from ca.-B - $1100 takes them; thia won't
lout. Woodlawn 4rl.
BKACH LOT I'OH SALU.
rt,fti--P front beach lot t Cannon Beach.
near Haystack Kock ; level and clear,
ready to build on. C. Masten, y7
woon i a wn oim.
BARGAIN $240v equiiy in ;I0(0 place for
$1S0; th intorent, 5 per cent, is all 1
vi ant. rnone Sell wood HOP.
FOR SALE Modern homo of seven rooms
and sleeping porch; parage; Portland
Heights; 44.i 16th ct. Call Main SIO.
li? you want a bargain in a 6-room house,
TVest Rldp, walkinfr distance. Call owner.
Main 6470; no agents.
MY Irvln ton modern 0-room house mubt
be sold SI a Bacrmcc imt.
B ItCr IN New 6-room modern luiugalo
at -7 Wt Htinmer. Marshall ir'.i.
IK VI NGTON ewelt and cheap homes. eHsy
. uayjuunts. See Delahunt. Pbon Kast 127 j.
CO. WILL. CL.OS15
OCT FOR CASH:
5450 Haines Bros. .6.j
$450 Bradbury (1j
iSJZ Heinze Up
J350 Barge Up
$300 Boudoir Up
S4no Chickerinjr . .3o
TO FIRST CALLER. 100 4lli ijlKlilil.
Storage 75c mouth.
Enill Thielhorn. violin teacher, pupil Sevcik.
207 Fliedner hldg. A laisliaU lliJ'J.
VIROIL MACM1CKLE, Naturopath, Port
land's only Bernarr Macfadduu graduate;
accommodations for out-ot-towa patients.
bu7 Dekum bldg. Main 35'.'
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
7 YOL'li EYES fitted with beat
TrTl- ix lenses, Kold . filled mounts..
tSjiClIl 150 up; torics, $2.50 up:
near and far bifocals, $2.o0
up; lenses uuWicated; mail orders.
DK. J. L. ME HE Li 1 T H. ol'.l Wasliliigton St.
ECONOMIZE Glasses fitted to your eyes
as low as $1.50. Services and quality Lie
best. CHARLES W. GOOBilAN, Optome
trist. 200 Morrison.
R. T. 22 years' practice C S.
and foreign patents. ool Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 21tli and York sts. Main ?is;.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. (Jantenboln. Msr.
Printing and linotyping. loo1 Front sL,
comer stark. Main or A 1418.
RAG KKiS AND FLUFF KUtiS.
sLtmmm.rL- . ri-iWiriiffiifiatjiarirffii''lr,-'-J
Ingrains. Brusdeia. Smyrna. Aximuster. rag
1 Uejs, ull sires ; mail orders prompt; booklet.
WESTERN FLUFF iiUG CO.,
54-56 Union uve. N. Eat 0516. B 1475.
RFAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PALA1EK-JONE3 CO.. H. P.. 404 Wilcox bldl
ASSOCIATED INYEaT.MENT .CO., 621 Yeon.
BENEDICT BlioS., D30 Hawthorne avenue.
STORAGE AM) 'JRAXSFElt.
FREE STORAGE. FREE MOVING.
For a limited time in order to fill out
modern brick warehouse, located in the
Heart of the city.
Expert packing and moving.
SECURITY t-TOKAGE & TRANSFER CO..
44-4tS East 61 h st. North.
Phones East SS49. East 3867.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
ooda specialists; storao. packing, ship
ping and moving; horse or auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
2d and Pino Sta. Broadway 5110, A lilllO.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 174 Glisaa Ft.,
corner 13th Telepnone Main tSO or A 1100.
"We own and operate two large class A"
warehouses on terminal tracks; lowest lo
fiul ance rates in the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCk'a.VD WAREHOUSE
Office 18i Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding ugeuta. Phone Main 7001.
GREEN AND DRY SLAB WOOD, blockwood.
.Panama Fuel Co. Main 5720. A 3VJ9.
NON'-LN'lOAU'Ali.M, air. tl ItAGES.
WEl.NHAKD o GOLDEN A.MBER NECTAR.
Henry Weinhard i'lani. 13th and Buruside.
Phone Main 72, A 1112.
1-L.VIN AM) LL14IUC.VITNG OILS.
VV. P. Ft LL-K CO.. 12tn and Davis s ts.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN a; Co.. 2d and Taylor sts.
PIPE. PIPE FITTING AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, M-Mi Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-80 Front st.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
PRIWTIrUfJ F- W.-BALTES Ai COMPANY.
I l.llll lilU First 4 Oak Sts Main 105. A 11H5
I'liUOUL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVEKD1NG Ac FARRELL, 140 Front st.
KOPEAN1) BINDING TWINE.
Portland Coruac,e to.. Htn and Northrup.
SAFETY RAZOR HONING.
AUTOMATIC KEEN EDGE Co.. 1MV4 4th.
W. P. FULLER Ac CO., 12lh uud Du'vls. sta.
MORnAN " A l.E I 'A I'KIMIO... 2d St.
I'itm Sttlt HOI!
IK VI NGTON .
B30 E. 24ih st. N., the l'inest 7-room
home lu Irvingtou, 1st story stone parage
billiard-room, three fireplaces, xiuest of
plumbing. Kuud luater, hard wood floors
throughout, tile Lath, papered, street Un
I- K. DOW M A N & CO.,
272 Stark at. Main SQ-JH. a
XH li LOWKST Y KT Am forced to act
quick ; my 6-room bungalow ; fi replace,
Dutch kitchen, f uil basement, laundry
trays, large attic ; on 1 rviiiK street. In
V J on earn ore '2 blocks from (J 1 isan-si. car
line; cost. $::100. my price $11MH). Mr.
Purse. Telephone Broailwn y 1(.".S.
Nice u-room ImriKalow, on fine lot, tiHx:
3 no; No. Jn'j Webster st.. near A Ihlna
ave. ; '2 blocks to Jefferson Hi-ii bchool ;
price $2ti), terms to suit. Seo i he owner,
Mlrt Rnard of Trade. Main 74."J. v
LAU K 10 LH UK ST UOMKS.
Before buying be Buro to look at our
Mist f exquisite homes just completed in
Laurelhurst, the addition of beautiful
homes, from $J."00 up on rent-like t-crms.
LAl'ltfclLflL'KsT CO., -TO'.-j titurlt U
Main A L"iir.
S 1 1 X N Y S 1 1 K HOI'S SACUIF'I C W .
Just buy the lot and I will ivp you the
7-room, very pood liou.se, lotiti fcj. Taylor
st. Go see It. A handy, close-in place.
Price is Ktnu for a few days. Take $:fi(l
cash, balance straight mortgage. Jacob
Haas, Dekum bldg.
I MUST raise ensh; my y.'Wiuo homo for
$J3..U; this is $l-" 13 than cust; houa
two years old; 7 rooms, modern, large at
tic, sleeping porch, li replace, cement tior.r.
lino ia'An, e-JSt front. T. F. Keoley, UoiJ
IP. - H'th. N. Phong Broadway 1 0.'.B. '
H LrVd eq uity in new Rose City home ;
monthly payments SI -" ; 0 nice rooms,
modern, furnace, best fixtures, double con
structed, woil built ; leaving city; goes aC
i eat barpaiu. Close to car. Ftiiu Iocatioa.
0U4 K. l 1st st. North.
I AM COM PKL1.KD to dispose of my new
V-rm, bungalow ; it 3 all conveniences,
hardwood doors, fireplace, all built-in ef
fects, large attic, near carlino; if you
have a little money W will surprise you In
price. Call Main s.
4,4.0 0 1RV1NGTON SACRIKICK $4500,
Leaving -ity, forced to sell mndern 7-R.
home, worth G.'.nu; all imp. paid ; 4 bed
rooms, furnace, fireplace, hardwood floors,
liiid. st.. near Stanton; must act quick.
C1IAS. HINGLiili, ol Ky. ISxclu
If you own a lot we will build and
finance your home on easy terms. Largo
variety of plans to helect from.
L'M BD K N STOCK. Ac LAKSOX CO.
Ground floor. joK Oak st.
Buy my $K;s. equity in JR:iSO0 new mod
ern, strictly up-to-date 7-room Iiouku for
750 casli and save t:i5 ; t liis piieo a I so
includes $40 worth in la id linoleum now
op floor. Address AG l7'-. Orfyoinan.
$o-50 STK ICTLY modem 3-room bungalow,
furnace, fireplace, huiU-ln effects, concrete
basement, at tic, full corner lot, sh rnhh-ry,
pa veil st reets; cost $ iL'OO ; must sacrifice.
"7: K. 01st. N'., corner Broadway. Tabor
V ', can pive you the bst buy In a home In
Portland, either ready constructed, or will
build to suit you on easy payment: in
vestigate at once. The Oregon Homo
Builders, N.AV. Bank bids.
MUST FELL my nearly new 7-rrn. bTinga
low : lire place, furii?f, ha rd wood floors. 2
blocks from car and Peninsula Park; coat
$4nO0; will loao $700. Tot owner, Kast
I liAVK fJ700 interest In 3 houses recently
Fold by mo on Installment plan, payments
f no per month; will sell my interest for
$250 cash if taken at once. Woodlawn
4 :i f 7.
XKW Irving ton houpe of six rooms, on a
well located lot. with trees; this homo
can bo bought at an attractive price; no
agents. BC 440. Oreonian.
I MUST sacrifice my nearly new 5 -room
bungalow: all modern conveniences; abovo
the ordinary. On 70 th, near Giisan car
line; a real bargain. Tabor 11201.
$IT0 NEW fi-room modern btinpalow; fire
place, buffet, very nice, easy terms. 100'J
K. Sth st. N.
PA KG AIN Modern 6-ronm house, fine con
dition and location. $H650 ; terms. - Wood
lawn 107. p
i two lots: paved sttcoLs; make