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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, MAT 10, 1916.
NEW BOAT PICKED
Steamer Northland Chartered
for Alaskan Line.
PUGET SOUND AFFECTED
San Kainoii Will Ply Coast Under
arr-McCormick Flag, Carry
ing Lumber at Rates
. Above Normal Charges.
At a rate of from $350
the steamer Northland,
McCormick fleet, will
to $375 a day,
of the Parr
Seattle and Alaska for a period or six
months, under a charter closed this
That" is news sent from San Fran
cisco yesterday concerning the vessel,
which is due today from the Golden
Gate with general cargo. Discharging
that, she will load lumber for Califor
nia delivery. Then she will be turned
ovpr to the charterers.
The Northland carries 825,000 feet
of lumber. She is to be used in the
transportation of lumber northbound,
and probably other freight at times,
loading for the return with bulky
cargoes available. She has been in tne
trade in other years, also the steamer i
San Ramon,- both having been under,
the Dodge flag.
At present the San Ramon is ply
ing under high financial returns in
the Mexican-Central American trade,
though she is looked for here next
month to re-enter the Coast lumber
business. Like the Northland, she now
hails under the Parr-McCorraick em
blem. The engagement of a steamer last
week to load lumber on Grays Harbor
for San Pedro at $7 a thousand feet,
being an advance of 5 cents, shows
how freights are climbing, and the
fixture of the Northland is viewed as
most attractive for her owners.
The Puget Sound-Alaska trade Is
Increasing. An estimate several weeks
ago was that regular lines would op
erate fully 30 ships, while in addition
Portland will contribute to the fleet
with a line of barges maintained by
the Columbia Contract Company. Port
land business men are behind the Oregon-Alaska
Steamship Company, which
has been formed to operate from here
and is expected to start the first ves
sel about June lo.
Added to the general trade of the
North is new business resulting from
Government railroad construction from
Anchorage, and not only in lumber,
.steel and such material will there be
gains, but stocks of supplies are being
gathered for the railroad camps that
are increasing the movement.
LIFK EXDS "WHILE AT SKA
A. Thodt, of .Los Angeles, Found
Dead in Stateroom on Bear.
A. Thodt, a passenger from Los An
geles for Portland. . committed suicide
a board the steamer Bear about noon
Monday when the vessel was at sea.
The body was turned over to the Coro
ner of Clatsop County on the arrival
of the liner at Astoria yesterday morn
ing and Mrs. Klsie Thodt, of Santa Ana,
Cal., was notified in accordance with
a request made in a note left by Thodt.
It is said Mr. Thodt was about 65
years old. He did not appear for lunch
Monday and investigation led to the
discovery that he had shot himself
with a revolver while lying face down
ward on a settee in his stateroom. The
mhot entered the right side of the head,
back of the temple. The revolver was
found on the floor, with one shell ex
ploded. Mr. Thodt was a member of the I. O. O.
P. lodge at Spangle, Wash. He had
evidently been ill, as among his ef
fects was a card of the relief commit
tee of the I. O. O. F. lodge of San
Francisco. Other papers indicated the
man was the owner of large property
interests in Los Angeles.
The body will be held here to await
the arrival of relatives.
I SANTA ANA, Cal., May 9. Andrew
Thodt, a retired rancher of Washing
ton and Oregon, came here with his
wife recently and bought a home, from
which the occupants disappeared last
night. Neighbors knew little of them.
A young woman and her small son
lived with the elderly couple.
Recently Thodt suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis.
YKUOXICA CASE CLOSED
Pilot Roarcl Holds Captain John
Lapping N'ot Responsible.
Pilot John Lapping, a Columbia
River bar pilot, has been exonerated
of responsibility for the British steam
er St. Veronica having crashed into the
Mack Dock, at Astoria, in March, when
hound for sea from the Hammond mill
with a cargo of ties for England.
On receiving a report of the acci
dent, the Oregon State Board of Pilot
Commissioners began an investigation,
conducting a hearing at Astoria. Tes
timony was given in effect that after
Pilot Lapping stopped headway on the
vessel, when a heavy fog bank shut
down, the master of the steamer had
ordered full speed ahead, and the ship
failed to clear the dock. Copies of the
transcript of testimony were gone over
and the decision given out at yester
day s regular meeting.
The river branch licenses of Captain
Julius Allyn and Captain A. L. Peaee
were reissued yesterday and Captain
Charles E. Anderson and Captain H. F.
Astrup, bar pilots, granted leave of
ST. HELENS YARD GROWING
lourtli Cradle for Deepwatermen Is
Being: Built at Present.
Construction of a fourth set of ways
is being carried along at the plant of
the .St. Helens Shipbuilding- Company,
and when ready another vessel is to
bo started. She will be an auxiliary
srhooner to be named the City of Eu
reka. The City of Portland is receiv
ing: the last attention there -before
starting to ioad, and the City of t.
Helens is on the stocks, also a three
master is being- rushed for Captain
"VS'risrhtson. of Mobile, and a second or
dered by him has been begrun.
Two steam schooners ordered by the
firm of Wilson Bros., of Astoria, are
;n frame, ano the next vessel decided
on will "t a motorship. The "Wilson
plant may also extend.
WAPAMA IS ONE VEAU OLI
Transports More Than 3000 Persons
nd 25,000,000 Feet of Lumber.
Celebrating her first birthday and
her 22J voyage, the McCormick steam
er Waparna was in the harbor yester
day with 1000 tons of cargo, after tfis
vharging which sne proceeded, to the
West Oregon mill and goes to the
Clark & Wilson plant today to work
more lumber, finishing at St. Helens
and sailing tomorrow.
"We have carried more than 3000
passengers and 25,000.000 feet of lum
ber, making three voyages between
Puget Sound and California, also one
between the Columbia River and Mexi-
co, the others being between Portland,
and California harbors," said Captain
Rose City and Bear Meet and Former
Makes Ready to Sail.
Two "Big Three" liners in full com
mission are in port together, due to the
Rose City having ended her repairs
here and being slated to depart this
afternoon, while the Bear arrived yes
terday and sails Saturday afternoon.
Passengers on the Bear numbered
about 140 and she had. virtually a full
load of freight. Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Raley and Mrs. F. S. Doernbecher were
among- Portlanders returning from the
southland. A gentle rain fell after the
Bear made fast.
Schooner Coquille Bought.
MARSHFIELD, Or., May 9. (Special.)
E.- E. Johnson, manager, of the Co
quille Lumber Company, according to
reports, has purchased the sailing
schooner Coquille. built at Bandon in
1883, and will utilize the craft in ship
ping the output of the Coquille mill.
The schooner is a two-master and
carries 170,000 feet of lumber. Ship
ments from the mill managed by Mr.
Johnson have heretofore been made by
rail to Marshfield, and from here to
San Francisco by steam schooners. Co
quille is situated 26 miles from Bandon
on the Coquille River, but there is a
sufficient channel to float the schooner
with a full cargo, which will pass over
the Bandon bar.
DAMAGED SHIP VISITED
MR. EVAJfS SEES GRAHAMONA, HIT
BY" BIORRISON'-STREET DRAW.
Repairs Are Completed to Bridge, bat
94000 Work on Steamer Will Be
Arranged for Later.
To ascertain for himself the extent
of damage to the steamer Grahamona,
which collided ' with the draw of the
Morrison-street bridge Monday night,
ripping out several staterooms and
much of the superstructure. District
Attorney Evans paid a visit to the boat
yesterday. No suit has been threat
ened against the county, but Mr. Evans
wished to familiarize himself with the
details of the accident, should the
Board -of Commissioners call on him
The boat was half-way through the
draw, when the swinging structure, in
stead of stopping wide open, kept on
its way around striking the boat in
spite of efforts to escape. The damage
is expected to amount to about $4000.
United States Steamboat Inspectors
Edwards and Wynn will go over the
uranamona today, in advance of con
ducting an investigation. The vessel
was visited yesterday by Multnomah
County Commissioners. Repairs are ex
pected to be begun as soon as it is
decided whether to ask for bids or do
the work on a day-labpr basis.
The steamer Pomona was placed in
commission yesterday, vice the Graha
mona, on the Upper Willamette River
route, and as long as there is no in
crease in freight she can handle the
traffic, although a much smaller car
rier than the damaged vessel.
Damage sustained by the bridge
through the impact with the Gra
hamona put the draw put -of commis
sion and no streetcar traffic was per
mitted over it until 1:40 p. M. yester
day, wnen repairs were completed.
Liner Takes 12,000 Tons.
The steamer Great Northern sailed
from Flavel yesterday with 100 pas
sengers and 1200 tons of freight. Her
cargo was made up of wheat, oats, box
shooks, paper, yeast and potatoes. On
account of heavy freight offerings an
embargo has been placed on baled hay
for which there is a tremendous de
mand at first-class prices.
Japanese Liner Is Overdue.
SEATTLE, Wash., May 9. The Os
aka Shosen Kaisha liner, Seiko Maru,
which sailed from Tacoma March 21 for
Yokohama, has not yet been reported,
and is 21 days overdue at her desti
nation. Murine Notes.
One of the tasks directed yesterday by
United States Steamboat Inspectors Kdwards
and Wynn was the inspection of the steamer
tiage. at St. Helens. As she boasts a total
of two gross tons it was not a long Job.
That the Government dredge Col. P. S.
Mlchie handled J .)() cubic yards of ma
terial at the entrance to Coos Bay from
April 25 to May 5, Is news brought by J. S.
Polhemus, assistant United States engineer,
who has returned from the scene.
Heavy current in the Columbia River has
proved more than the steamer Stranger
could stem at certain places, so she has been
withdrawn from the run by the Regulator
line, temporarily. The steamer Dalles City
will be continued on the daylight run and the
steamer State of Washington in the night
service from Portland.
Two sailors required to fill out the crew
of the British bark Invergarrv were cent
aboard yesterday and she may leave tomor
row for the United Kingdom with her grain
cargo. The Inverlogie went to the stream
and the work of supplying 14 tars for her Is
It was reported to Inspector Warrack, ot
the 17th lighthouse district, yesterday, that
the w his t ling buoy at the entrance of tne
Coqueile River was not sounding. 1 he
case will be Investigated.
In the cargo of the gasoline schooner
Tillamook, entered yesterday, from Coos-Bay
were 22 cases of salmon and 100 cases ot
cheese and butter.
Captain Foldat yesterday cleared the Mc- i
Cormlck steamer Wapama for Los Ange
les with 1,000,000 feet of lumber.
Oil aboard the Associated tanker Wm. V.
Herrin, entered yesterday from Oaviota, con
sisted of 45,000 barrels of crude oil and lSbS
barrels of gasoline. ,
Southerly weather detained the steamer
Beaver on her run to San Francisco, she
having reported there at 0:30 o'clock yes
terday morning. The vessel left Portland
at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
News From Northwest Ports.
ASTORIA; Or., May 0. (Special.) The
steam schooner Willamette arrived today
from San Francisco and will load at Rainier
and St. Helens.
Carrying a cargo of lumber from- St.
Helens, the steam schooner Celilo sailed
for San Francisco.
After discharging fuel oil at Portland,
the tank steamer Mills sailed, for Cal
ifornia. Bringing freight and passengers for As
toria and Portland, the steamer Bear ar
rived early from San Francisco and San
Tne steamer Breakwater sailed for San
Francisco and way ports, with freight and
passengers from Portland and Astoria .
The steamship Oreat Northern sailed for
San Francisco with a full cargo of freight
and a fair list of passengers.
A wireless message was received by the
Columbia River packers Association stat
ing that on May 8 the cannery ship St.
Nicholas that is en route from this port
to Nushagak River. Alaska, was 50 miles
from Unimak Pass with all on board well.
COOS BAY, Or.. May p. (Special.) The
steam schooner Coaster entered port last
night and is loading at th Smith mill. The
vessel will cut out one trip to Coos Bay on
account of shortage pf lumber at Smith
mill and go to the Columbia River.
The steam schooner Acme, due here for
transKrting lumber from the Courtenay
mill, was oir the nar toaay, but did not
enter owing to rough water on the bar.
The steamship Breakwater Is due from
The steam schooner Speedwell was due
from Bandon today, but owing to rough
weather did not arrive.
The steam schooner A. M. Simpson, pre
vented from sailing yesterday by rough
weatlier, went down the bay late this aft
ernoon. GRAYS HARBOR. Wash., May P. (Spe
cial.! The steamer Svea arrived today from
San Francisco and is loading at the Wilson
The steamer Carlos went down to the
lower harbor ready to rlear for San Pedro
with a rarjo loaded at the Donovan mill.
The steamers Tarn al pais. Daisy Freeman
and Multnomah, after being barbound for
ttVTINLE DAILY Z3CI
Ralph & Golden present
A cyclonic musical comedy, frith tuneful
melodies, bright lines, startling scenery and
the prettiest of girts.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS
Boxes. firt row ba Irony seats reserredi by
phone. Curtain. 2:30, 7 and 9.
Corner Vaaarba aad Twenty-fourth St a.
May 9, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14.
Games fiesrla Weekday at 3 f 9A.
Sundays, 2i30 P. M.
Reserved Box Seats for Sale at Ed
wards' Cigar Stand, Sixth, and
Ladles' Days Wednesday and Friday.
a day, cleared for Southern California
with lumber cargoes.
The Sophia Christensen has fone down
to the lower harbor from the r.ytle mill in
Hoquiam ready to clear for Chile. She car
ried MMJ.OOO feet of lumber.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, May n. Arrived Steamers
Argyll, from San Francisco; Bear, from
San Pedro, via San Francisco. Sailed
Steamer W. F. Herrin, for San Francisco.
Astoria. May 0. Arrived at 4 and left up
at 6 A. M , steamer Bear, from San Pedro
and Pan Francisco. Sailed at 11:45 A. M
steamer Breakwater, for San IMego, via
way ports; at l:ao P. M., steamer Mills,
for San Francisco; at 2:15 P. M., steamer
'treat Northern, for San Francisco : at 3:13
P. M., steamer Celilo, for San Diego, via
San Francisco, May 0. Arrived at 4 A.
M.. steamer Santa Monica, from CoTumbta
River; at 5:30 A. M . steamer Baaver, from
Portland, for San Pedro.
Seattle. May 9. Ship Nicholas, from As
toria, for Nushagak, was ."VO mlies from
Unimak Pass at b last night.
Astoria, May 8. Left up at 10 P. M.,
steamer Argyll. Sailed at 4:30 P. M . steam
er W. S. Porter; at 5 P. M .. steamer Ne
canicum, for San Francisco. Arrived at 7:30
and I1 ft up at 9:45 P. M., steamer Willam
ette, from San Francisco.
Hongkong, May t. Arrived Steamer
Seiyo Maru. from San Francisco.
Yokohama. May 0. Arrivea Steamer
Tarnbu Maru, from Seattle.
Kobe, May 8. Arrived Steamer Nann
Smith, from San Francisco.
Shanghai. May 8. Sailed bteamer Java
ray, for TiCuma,
San Francisco, May 9. Arrived Steamers
Pan tii Monica and Beaver, from Astoria;
Matsonia, from Honolulu; Umatilla, from
Seattle: achoonert Allen A., from Unga;
Coquille. from S!uslav River. Sailed.
Steamers Helene 'and Coronado. for Aber
deen. Seattle. May 9. Arrived Steamers West
erner, from San Francisco; schooner Luzon,
from Sydney. Sailed Steamers Northland,
fo- Southeastern Alaska; Queen, for ban
DUB TO ARRIVE.
"Rose City Los Angeles. . . .
Bear .Los Angeles.
Great Northern. . . .San Francisco. .
F. A, K lib urn San Diego ,
Beaver .. .Los Angeles...,
Breakwater San Diego
DUE TO DEPART.
. May 13
. May. 17
kVapama . .......
Los Angeles May
. . S. r . to L. A. -May
. . San Diego. ...... May
. . .San Diego May
. .S. F. to L. A. May
..San Francisco. . . .. May
, . .San Diego. .......May
.Los Angeles. . ... May
F. A. Kllburn San Diego.
Yosemite .San Francisco. . .
Beaver. Los Angeles.
Celilo San Francisco. . .
Breakwater San Diego. .....
, . May
Maraconi Wireless Reports.
(All position reported at 8 P. M., May 9.
unles otherwi(e Indicated.
Enterprise. Hilo for San Francisco, 048
.miles from San Francisco. May 8, S p M
Hilonian, Seattle for Honolulu, :tlj miles
from Cape Flattery, May h, b P. M.
Thomas. San Francisco for Manila. 7S
miles from San Francisco, May 8. JS P. M.
Coronado, San Francisco for Aberdeen, 0
miles north of Point Reyes.
Lucas. El Sfgundo for Seattle. 35 miles
north of San Francisco,
Mills, P .rtland for Martinez. 157 miles
irum ron lano.
Breakwater. Portland for Cona Bay, 85
miles south of th-e Columbia River
Oreat Northern, Flavel for San Francisco
121 miles south of the Columbia River.
(, elilo, Portland for San Francisco, 40
miles soutn of the Columbia River.
Porter. Portland for Point Orient, 353
rams rrom i'ortiana.
LI Segundo. Portland for Richmond, 268
miles north or Richmond.
Topeka, Eureka for San Francisco, off
Buck, San Luis for Vancouver, 357 miles
north of San Luis.
Multnomah, Graye Harbor for San Fran
cisco. 1.1 miles north of Blanco.
Adeline Smith. San Francisco for Coos
iay, zj. i miles north of ban Francisco.
Newport, Baiboa for San Francisco, TOftO
miles south or San P ranclsco. May 8, 8 P. M,
Klamath, (Juaymas lor San Francisco. l"-0
miles south or San Francisco. May 8. 8 P. M
San Jose, San Francisco for Balboa. 11H0
miles S-uth of San ir rancisco. May 8, 8 P. M.
Moffett. towing barge im. Balboa for S
Francisco,- 155 miles south of Lightship.
Ala v . s r. m.
Paraiso. San Francisco for Peru. 15
miles south of San Francisco. May 8, 8 P. M.
K.ilburn. San Pedro for ban Diego, five
miles south of San Pedro.
City of Seattle, Alaska for Seattle, oft
Col. Drake, with barge 01, EI Segundo for
Seattle. s. mneg irom Seattle.
Queen. Seattle for San Francisco, eight
miles east ot i aroosn.
Vessels Entered Yesterday.
American steamer Bear, general cargo.
from San Francisco.
Gasoline schooner Tillamook, general car
go, from Coos Bay.
American steamer W. F. Herrin, oil, from
American steamer Wapama, general cargo,
from San Francisco.
American steamer Argyll, oil, from' San
Pedro, via San Francisco.
American steamer Sua H. Elmore, general
cargo, from Coast ports.
Vessels Cleared Yesterday.
Gasoline schooner Tillamook, general car
go, for Coos Bay.
American steamer W. F. Herrin, ballast.
for San r ranclsco.
American steamer Wapama, 1.000,000 feet
lumber, for San Pedro.
American steamer Argyll, ballast, for San
American steamer Sue H. Elmore, general
cargo, lor TlilamooK.
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, May 9. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M. : Sea, rough; wind, west 20
Tldee at Astoria Wednesday.
A. M . feet'0:43 A. M 3 0 feet
P. M .8 feet:l:02 P. M 1.4 feet
OREGON CITY FRIENDS GREET CAN
DIDATE FOR STATE OFFICE,
Five Qualities of Aspirant Asserted by
Those AVho Knew Him aa
OREGON CITY, May 9. (Special.)
Charles B. Moores, Republican candi
date for Secretary of State, came back
to his old home town today and v
given a royal welcome. He was en
tertained by the Live "Wires of the
Oregon City Commercial Club at their
noonday luncheon and bad an oppor.
tunity to talk to a group or the leading
business and professional men of the
city. He was introduced by Grant B.
Dimick, who spoke in glowing terms
of Mr. Moores' sterlfng and lovable
qualities that endear him to hundreds
of men who knew him well when he
lived here from 1S97 to 1904, when he
was Register of the United States
Land Office. Mr. Moorea d t-I!;
This directory Is for the information of tne public, to s;ive as far as possible
the different lines or business which the average person may find occasion to
use. Any information wnich cannot bo found here will be gladly furnished by
phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
K. &TEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
.cord. side pleat, but tuns covered ; mall
orders. aiiS Plttock block. Broadway luvtf.
HEMSTITCHING, buttons and pleating or
ders promptly filled. Elite Button Shop.
382 Morrison St., opposite Olds at King.
PLEATING, hemstitching, buttons covered.
Eastern Novelty Co.. 854 3th. Bdwy. liuOO.
ASSAVEB8 AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 2d Gold.
spver and platinum bought.
W". J. MAKEL1M Probate, real estate, miu
l"g and corporation law ; abstracts and
titles examined, written opinions furnished.
34;4 Northwestern Bank bldg. Mam 574S.
UKAWAM, BECKETT A COOPER General
practice; abstracts examined, toOl-i Ptatt
bldg. Phong Main
1 M. JONES, M. D.
tojl Albert St.
Ll'FF RUGS FKOM OLD CARPETS.
Carpt-t cleaning, r fitting, etc. North
wejt itug Co., las K. bth. Both phones.
CELLILOID 31'TTON 3, KAPOKS.
THE IRWIN HUDSON COMPANY.
g7 Washington St. Main 813 and A 123-1.
William, Eatelle and William, Jr., Deveny.
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 3U2 Gerllnger bldg., southwest
corner 2d ana Alder. Pnou Main laiuL
CHIROPODY ana pedicuring.
Hilt. Office Flicaner bldg.
Mrs. M. D.
1HIKOPRAC1 IQ PHYSICIANS.
-Chronic cases, taking time,
!; wru'tn s5u; econom,
2u-9-lu-ll-l Macleay bid.
NLTH Co., Worcester bldg. Main 1714.
No collection, no charge. Established. ltfUtf.
It OM RACT I NO A ROOT ECTS.
N. O. E K LUND. 313 Henry bids.
luuti acting architect; fmauciu
HliAlH'S SCHOUL Lessons dally; class
Tues.. Kri. eve, b to lu. 10 24 st.. bet.
Vasn. and Star. Main a IMS. Lessons 2 c
ML'LKfcTY BLDG.. 2d and Morrison 10 lea-
sonj $3; classes Mou. Frl. eve. Mar aiJ,
LA GK-Nifi LK REAL', Oriental, Spanish, toe.
naiure. Egypt fancy, Russian. Main
DKfcSS SI ITS.
1KSS SUITS for salts or rent s low pi Ices.
We buy dress suits at oX ad SU
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
r. r . wasseaay, oil Ucjium btug., W n.
I'l RE INSURANCE.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
PANAMA HATS cleaned, blocked. 76c;
atrawa. fella, utc; guaranteed. 2so V7aibM
near 4th. bt 3d. near blark, 44 3d. M. 7U2tt.
W AKE the beat In cleaning, blocking and
mcuLiiini ntkiw. JBl at. Alain 84-12.
LAWN MOWER bKlNDINO.
OREGON GRINDERY. (Sharpens 'em better
lor leas), ajar. 7bl. 204 4tb. mU
OREGON'S reliable. Tabor 349.
And feather renovating. Phcae B 5874.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motor.: Jclea aad
picyciea. i-none Alain na, A. alia.
Co. WILL. CIX)SE
OUT FOR CASH.
450 Halnea Broa. .15
4.W Bradbury . aij
:i2- Helnxe Up
Jo50 Large Up
30u Boudoir Up
$400 Chlckerlnc. .. .ta
TO FIRST CALLER, 109 4th STREET,
Storage, 7oo Month.
AITO A1 BCCMiV TOPS.
DUBRL'I LLE BUGGY TOP CO., 208 2d st.
AITO SPB IN;S MA X ITAfT I'RING.
kMfg. and repair
ing: 30ou sprlnes
lr.th A Couch.
BA(t(iAI;K fllKllKKIl AT HlkUK.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park oc Davis
Koyal Bakery & Cent., Inc. litn an3 Everett.
HOl'aKK, Board or Trade blag.
CO., 67-75 Fourth St.
HATS A.U CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO., 4S-55 Front St.
UIXKS, WOOL, C'ASCARA BARK.
K All-, BHOS., 11 Front St.
BHADRHAW Bhui. Morrison snd 7th ata
MKN'H AND HOMEX'S NfcCKWEAR.
COLL.MFIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. S3 s &th st.
politics. He said he appreciated his
During1 the day Mr. Moores saw sev
eral hundred people throughout the
city. He was warmly frreeted on every
hand by people who are outspoken in
their indorsement of his candidacy. He
has just returned from a trip over the
state and he Is greatly encouraged over
the attitude of the Republican voters.
Clackamas County is expected to give
Mr. Moores a handsome vote. Every
man who knows him is- his enthusiastic
supporter, and scores- who ordinarily
take little interest in politics and can
didates are urging their friends to vote
for a Republican whose political alli
ance has never touched candidates of
the Democratic party In this state.
Neitla good human food? Of course!
They have been known aa auch Immemori
al) y In thrifty Switzerland and other careful
oountrlvs. There la no better rival to apt-
TOO LATK TO CLASSIFT.
13-ROOM modern house; flrat-clans condi
tion; investigate if look in Ur something;
up to date; desirable location. Main S411.
LADIES wlKhln to learn beauty culture;
Rood proposition this month. 307 N'ortU
wert bldir.. 6tn and Washinpton sts.
EXPERIENCED Infant's nura
reiilred. Phone Main 1
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lMtuie ad six or even conaecuUve times s
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all otiiex rlsmmra
Uwdb except the follow Lns;t
bttnatlons anted Male.
Situations W so ted k rmade.
or Kent, Booms Private Families.
board and Room Private F ami ilea.
Housekeeping Boomn Private Fassllles.
Rate od the above claetJticaUoas la 2 cents
a line each lnaertloa.
Tne Oresnniaa will aerept elaaalfled ad
vertisement a over the tetvphone, provided
the advertiser la a subscriber of either
phone. No prlre will be Quoted aver the
Shone, but bill will be rend ere a the loliowlns
wkjm Whether subsequent advertise menu
will be accepted ever the phone depends
pun the promotDos of payment of Mie
pfaone ad vert 1 seai en t a "81tuatloas Wanted"
and "Personal" advertisements will not be
accepted over the telephone. Orders for one
Inseruon only will be accepted for "lorn.
ture for bale," "HasinetM. Opportunities,"
Koomlnr-HousesM and "Wanted to Kent.
On "chars;" advertisements charfai will
be based od the number of line appeariAS
In the paper, res;ardea of the number of
words In each line. Minimum ciiars,o. two
Advertisements to receive proper clari
fication mast be In The Orejronlaa office
before .45 o'clock at nls;ht. except Sat ar
day. Cloalns hour for The (Sunday Ore
gon Ian will be 1 o'clock Haturday niabU
Tbe office will be open nntll 10 o'clock P. M.
as usual, and all ads received too late for
C roper clarification will be run under tas
eadinjr "Too Late to Classify.'"
Xeiavbones 1949, A
Emll Thielhorn, violin teacher, pupil Sevclk.
2u7 FUedner bklg. A 4lJ0. Marshall 121.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
YOUR EYES fitted itra beat
lenses, go.d-f tiled roounia.
tin: torlca Up;
near and far bifocals.
up: lenses duplicated: mail orders.
DR. J. JD. MEKfcTDlTH, Stf Wawblngton St.
SAVE YOUR $ Correctly
Itted glasses, gold fllld
7 - i miKt.. as low as ai.av.
r 4. J .,.,,. ..rule. th
Optometrist. Morrison st. Main X124.
GLOBE OPTICAL CU
Best Glasses on Earth.
becond Floor Alisay Bldg..
Cor. Third and Morrison a
H r U'KhiiiT. years xuii"nce U. A.
nd foreign patents. teOl UeUura bldg.
I'KTt KE RAMAN U.
ASi'FOKl. 61 Northwt bid... tHU A Wash
POHTLANU WOOD PIPE VrO. Factory and
office near St4lh and York sta. Main 34.
rOTs. XLEa AND POLLS.
CEDAR POSTS A large slock, i
length ; round or spill. total
A Pole Co., Main TittL
my sis or
con er Stark,
iS J. E. Gsntenbein, mgr.
'inotyptn. lot" Front sU
Mala or A 141.
RAO Rt ,c AND FLl'FF Kl'OS.
lncraii.s. nru.,-l. Hmyrnas. Axmlnater. rsc 1
rus ill alse,; mall orrtra prompt ; booklet I
wmi:RN Kii-irp Kim co..
r.l-r.6 Union ave.. N. Kaat O.MB. B 14TS.
REAL t.STATK UKAI tltiS.
PLUEi!-JutS CO.. H. P.. 404 Wllcos bMl.
ASSOCIATED INVESTMENT CO., 621 Yeon.
BENEDICT BRjOS.. pao liawtborna avenue.
Bt KNIC PAINTING.
:ctSl PA1NT1NO and lndow back-
grouncli. Call Theodora bchuln. ant.t.
Jormorly at B&ker IhntT. Studio E. Stb.
at.. 2 block, north of c:llan. Tabor luS-
ttPKAVINCi AM) HITF.WAH11MI.
rp!NTRAf. KPRAVIr. CO. While a.hlnc.
cola al.r oaiiktina by expena Kaat 3'.2.
Klvv: iumn album, hlnaea and auppllea.
We buy and all. Main I5o. Columbia
Rlamp Co.. t4 North I6th
STORAI.E AM) TK.ANISFEH,
FOR LIMITED I
TIME IN OR-
DEIl TO FILL
44-4 EAST SIXTH M. r..
PH4JNES. EAST 3M9. EAST 660.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Houaehold
aooila BDeclaiiata: aiora.ee. packing, anip-
plr.a and moving: horse or auto vana;
knrlnl fr.leht rate, to all nOlntB,
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
ad and Pine ata. Broadway 391. A 190s.
nuEr.ns thansker i:o.. 474 GUaan
corner 13th Telephone Mala 9 or A 116.
We own and ooerale two large class j
warehouaea on terminal tracks: lowest In-
Buranca ratea In the city.
ADiSO.N ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE I
Office W Madlaon. General merchandise I
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 1.
v; i -1 1 't 'i' .nd Tr.-mont .uta aervlce. Looal
and lanz-dlfcianco hauling, storage and I
iransf.r. aol id st- Marshall 4783.
VETKRINABV K'HOOM AND COLLEiiEti.
S i-'. VETERINARY tV)LaL.EOE beclna
8ut 11. Cait'OKue frew. C. Keane, lrTea
aiarket t, san Franclaco.
GRBKX AND DliY tjLABWOOD, blockwood.
Panama Fuel uo. iain a. ow.
TOl.VHAlO'S GOLDEN AMBKK NkiCTAR.
Httiry Weinliaid Plant, latu ai,d Burnalde.
Phone Main 7i. A 1172.
W. P. FL'LLEK
LI UlilC ATlNti OILS.
: Co., lath and Uavla sta
FAINTS. Olleb AU OLAtsS.
BAEMl'BSKN & CO.. i:d and Taylor
I'U'IC. I'lPt 1-ITTINU ANU VALVEd.
M. L. KLINE. i4-St Front at.
PL L'MUINO AND bTEAM bLia'LLtAT"
M. U KLINE, h4-S front at.
1'KiMLn AM UI.lsUKHS
PDIWTlWfi W. BALTES ANU COMPANY
IIIIIIIMW First Oak tta Main IBS, A Ilea
IKOIHIK IOMM1SMOX MERCHANTS.
EVkKDlNO & FAKKEL.L. 14U Front at.
HOPE ANU BINDING TWINE,
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
8A1ETI KAZOK UONLNU.
AUTOMATIC kvCEN EDGE CO.. bH 4th.
HA MI. IMJOKS ANU CLASH.
F. FULLER A CO., ll'th and li
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO..
W 2d St.
AUCTION' SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st.
carpel a. etc. bale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson Auction House, at 10 A.
Fumlture. 10O-8 Firat st.
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO.
3, R. A. M. Special con voce t Ion
tnia (Wednesday) eveninR, May
lo. 7:3i o clock. Pant and t
excellent degrees. Visitors wel
come. W. P. ANDRVP,
NO. JS, r. A. M. Rerular con
vocation this ( Wednesday) even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.- East Eisrhth
and Burneide streets. Regular or
der or business and soctaL Vis
itor welconw. Hy order of hi
KO L1Z. L s bee
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO.
S. R. A. M. Special convocation
this fWerinesday) evening. Mav
i "i. t ociock. fait ana M. Jb..
At. degrees. isitors welcome,
W. P. ANDRl'S.
SAMAKITAS LODGE, NO.
I. O. O. F. Regular meeting
Wednesday evening at H P. M
at L O. O- F. Temple, 226 Alder
st. fefcona aegree. uitors al
ways welcome. wm. Link later. N G.
R. 0isVOLL. Sec.
. REGULAR MEETING
this Wednesday) even
ing. Eaat 6th and Alder.
Visitors cordially Invited.
N. G. W. w. TERRY, Sec!
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42.
a. r . . u a. M.. : ated com-
munlcation this (Wednesday)
evening. West .side Temple. 7;iU
o ciock. r aegree. visiting I
uiciui s-u wfitumt
J. C. HEXKLE, W. M.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, plna
1TXERAL NO TICKS.
WEBB The funeral of J. X. Webb will he
ffiu mc me Lnnsiian cnurch. East
Seventy-sixth and Hoyt. at 2 P. M. today
i Wednesday). Remains are at w it
Hamilton's funeral chapel, l-3ast Eightieth
aim Uiioaii. au icr 111 t-I.il ItOIS t It Cem
GRAY At the Old People'a Home. 32d and
s-anay bouievaru. May s. Rev. David i.
'ray. aged (U years. Friends invited
attend the funeral services, w hich will be I
neia at rioiman Tunerai parlors at 2
M. today ( Wednesday), May lo.
HARLOW The funeral services of the late
Celestla C. Harlow will be held today I
(Wednesday at l' o'clock A. M.. at the I
residence esta Diistiment or J. P. Flnley Al
Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends Invited. I
jnierment at xone f ir Lemetery.
LEAKE In this city. May 4. Chsris Lease,
age 61 years. Private funeral services will
take place in the chapel of Mount Scott I
rarK --emetery crematorium today
f. n tuneiaij ; ai iv;ou a, su
E. A. SHARON
HNEH Al NOTICES.
FLETCHER At the residence. l0S South
Jersey street. St. John, or.. May . Frank
i.w.tBun r icicncr, 1KM 44 jraiS" telOVea
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Fletcher;
husband of Nellie Fletcher, father of
Jam-s and Harold Fletcher, brother of
Hamilton, Alfred and Norton Fletcher, of
St. Johns, or.; V. H Fletcher, of Mon
tana: Mr. t. c. Mutheney. of Tscoma.
wash. funeral will leave the home at
10;10 A. M. Thursday- Srvlr.. K
he'd at Evan eel icul rhunh -.i-n.i- lryr
and Ivanhoe streets. St. Johns. Interment
Mount S-ott park Omt'tery. Arrance-
nunii in care of Miller & Tracey.
LOEB In this city. May . st 431 Benton
street. Adam Loeb, SKd T:t year months
it aayi, latner or M:ss Carrl. George and
Alfred Loeo.Mrs. Mirv X'ol&nn n,i I -n
Loeb. all of this city- brother of Mr. Fred
Ki.iius. of Springfield. 111. The funeral
services wi;l be held at the chapel of the
Portland Crematorium at Z:'M 1. M. tomor
row i Wednesday). May lO. Friend invited.
The remslns are at home. The funeral
arrangements are in charge of the F. S.
Dunning. Inc.. 414 Kast A.der street.
HI PPER May S. at IOCS East lth st. N,
Jaly a. Huffer, used 74 years, beloved
mother of F. A. HufTer, of Ta orna ; J.hn
Huffer. of Ki mond " Wash : M ri
David P Allen. Uu:e L HufTer. Pite.
Arts, and Mrs. V. . R gan. of Portland.
r uneral ter ic be held from A. rl.
Zeiler i'o.'s parlors, .".! W'tlliamm av-.. to
day ( Wednesday v. Mav H, ait - P. M.
Friends are invited. Interment Rivevtew
(mt t-r .
ZIT.UMJER In thU r'tv. May . at the
family residence. TlSO Division street. John
0. Zi:iiter. aged .VJ years i months and -7
days. hub-tnd of Mr. L" H. 7.1 linger-, and
rther of t "aroline II. ZU linger. Fur. era I
servioea wt be hed t th. chapel of F. S.
Dunning. Inc., Kast Side funeral director
1 1 4 Last A ld-r st-t ni nil 1 I
Thursday. May 11. Pilends invited. Inter-
Mieni .uuitnutitah Cemetery. -
BA RTHMLOM A In this cltv. Mav st Ms
)ai relcic-nc-. M Noifii Seventeenth street.
nar.n f-. Hinhlim, aged 47 year,
husband of Eima Kartaoloma. The funerjl
Tvii-es will be held today I Wednesday .
t 'J. o ( lok IV M ml lh rB.d-n.-
establishment of j. p Klniev A Son, Mont
gomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
I MAYBKR RY Funeral sevices of Frances
' Ma brrv will ho holri f .-wiav
fWdneda. May 10. at 1 o'clock P. M.
from th-p residence funeral parlors of Wai
ter Kenwoithv. l."tL'-:t4 East Thirteenth
street. Seiiwood. Pnnua inited. Inter
nint Rivrviw meiery.
Years of Experience Enablea
This Firm to. Cilve You
This modern cstablitthment, witft
ilM conveniences, including m
eluded driveway insures Abso
lute privacy, causing in no way
a departure from au establianed
policy of moderate prices,
iiexperienced Wo mar Attendant.
J. P. FINIaEY & SON.
Jlonigouiery at- CilUv.
Maia . A la.
EDWARD H0OIAN CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 607. A 1511.
PEKavKCT FINERAL 6ERVICK FOR
MILLER & TRACEY
independent Funeral IHrecters.
WaBhtocton st KUa st., bet, 2m h and 21st.
Mtia nvi. a. .a. e( aide.
S. T. RICKETTS,
formerly of Santa Rarbara. Cal., ts now
at inciaucr fi our ririn.
THE CHAMBERS CO.
Killing worth ul Kerby St.
rhoue: Wood. awn aimi. C
DUNNING A- M'ENTEE- funorml rllrfor.
Brotdwuy and Pine. Phone Ji road way ssjl
A. K. ZELL.EK A CO., 602 WILLIAMS AVA.
lsy and night service.
F. H. Dt'NNINO, INC.
East Fla Funeral Directors, 414
Aider atretic East Ci. B
R. T. BTRN E3. W 11 llama and
! Eaat 1115 C 11M3. Lady attendant.
P. La LERCH. Eaat 1 1th. and Clay stxetftta
j-aa y asaiataat. cast i i
CRICSON RMldenca rndertaklntr Parlor
A-m am jturriaou ata Main eiaa, a. zaaa.
BREEZE a SNOOK. Sunnysida Parlor
A Sic barae 1029 Belmont. Tsb. 122
MR. AND MRS W. U. HAMILTON Funana
service, Eaat S'Hh ana uaua. Tabor 43 IX.
SKEWES U.VUEKTA KINO COM PA NT. 4
ad Clay. M. A 3-L Lady attenduc
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists. S4T
Washington. Main 2el. A zes. Flow
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2S7 Morrison st.
Main or A loa. r ins riosrers aaa flora.
designs. No branch storea
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A. SLIL
Ing bidfc.. eth and Alder sta
TONftETH FLORAL CO. SKT Waahlngtoa
it., bet. sen ana otn. stain biuj, a. s&ox.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, 2A4-2M 4th
St.. opposite city au. as am ooosa rauup
Nu A Sons for memorlsaS.
0 BLAESING GRANITE! COJ
U THIRD AT MAD15QN STREE.T.J
OREGON HUMANE SOCIEH
574 BEL MO XT ST.
Phones, feaot Ha, B S1&. Opes Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
flee. Lethal chamber for small animals.
Horse ambalance for sick and disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desirinsr pet may communicate wltn us,
HELP WANTKI MALE.
We have Insurance Money at 6
Private Funds at S and 7 7..
ROBERTSON & ETNG
2O7-0 Wsrtbirestfra Bisk Bids;.
Western Bond &
Oar Own Mo.rj at Carrrat RatM.
SIISICIPAI, AMI COKPOHATIU.1
BONDS. KARJl AXD CITY LOANS.
M Ksartk b t Board at Trade Bids.
6 7 LOANS
ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
KOBTHWtSTERN BANK BUILDING
rhotr Lsasa t (K.OOO Bad Ts
r for lmpmut Purp u, .
J. P. UIX OMB,
HI Mmr. btrvM.
on Improved city and fu-m property
at current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Lum quickly closed.
SrttHL RA1KS ON I.ARI.K LOANi
ON IllSl.VKSS l-ROI'tHTIES.
A. II. BIRRELL CO.
S17-X1S Narth westers
S MON1EY FOR FARMERS E
At C-arreat Hates.
COMB 1-N AMU TALK WITH US
Bsakera Marts. xe Corparattaav
Titla at Traat Bids-..
Pert la ad. Oreraa
on impiovea fity prop
erty at Lowest Kales.
SIT 'orh.tt HWg. r1fh A Mrnson Sis.
t or ale
lil'll.P NOW A lifetime knowing h .
bM rif t of nrknirn on lh 'oit. We
m ve you t he mi.ltltman'ai profit. fou
iuit u. W" fiiiiiiu'. "liom'a," book,
of practical mesea: iona. f r C, t on.
:tSu NorthmcstTM Hank b.d;. T.i Orr
f..n Home HuiidTt( ol.or K. Jcfrrt-y.
$i:0 TAKKS f .neat LaUd Addition lot.
nrar Hthorn ime, strtet uuprov-nt-iii
m.il lu and pa.U.
HITT ICR. LOW b: V PF. FORKST,
o.'.-lu7 Bverd ot Trad B.us.
block f -'Mn H" Uy Park car.
i uorth -.K''.'. Addrei-a AL i-'t', Ore-
IsREAT BARGAIN 4 lota. S-'O each; 3
;ota 1V. improvemeuia paiu, iniu,mn,
splendid locatwa. &ast 2,A. W. H lierd-msn-
FOR SALE lot on E .tn, near
until sold. J Oregon'.an
J. IWiWN. 1KR MUMM.
rinvloo. on K. .i3d vl. -t feel south of
iladstone ae. Main
MAKE an b!fr far )nt 31. ."2. ."3. 4; block
City Psrk. AV Pa. Oregonian.
Ferale Beach Property.
(SEASIDE COTTAGE AT SEASIDE.
w PAAma Bltteoint Dwrch. fine Mew. beau
tiful rrouuds, com er-.lent to ocean beach
and boating on Necenicura River; icieal for
children or adults; tx.nju. Apply Ji:i Cor
bet i bldg.
CELLING cotteso. Z, rooms, f urnlshed. Sea-
vie. ah. rit juiius lj, "
WaUa. Wash or Abe rfclim. 41 Mallory
ae.. Pot ; 1 ana. Or
f.V0O-LAl" R ELHt'RS T ; X.
I a ni Just f i m M n g s mou e rn - ro m
bun ca low. -Tt b:oi-k east of LAV R EL
HI RST PARK. I have put into t otery
thinK v-osible to make it thoroughly mod
em and up-to-date and will guarante
conrt ruction throughout to be f irst-cl-s.
A tuiiall payment down from responsible
partv and fir rent money will carry it.
I couldn't iv.:tld it on present market for
lee- than 94uuO. yet you can buy it for
j:.".'. Conw see t right aw ay and w ill
finish tc suit you. No agejus or commis
sion. Evenings Tabor ' 4 0.
One of th most attractive; fine lawn,
rnsen and flowers. J rooms, entrance)
living-room, dining-room. kitchen. den.
breakfa-st-roosn. U bedrooms, sleeping
porch, bath upstairs, all modern conven
iences; hardwood fioora. firepdace, fur
nace fixtures, shaden. j built-in buffets;
terms: might lake clear lot as part first
payment. llt."" Haalo
near Sfih. Mon-
t a vlila or Rose City
Park jar. I'hone Ta-
QOINU TO BUILD T
o an eotablished urm and svrdi
nd risk. We. as La. R. BA1LKV
nn r a rf k n arc hittvffl. hlVa Dfn Nl
324 Ablngton bidg., 5 years; hundreds
of lobs lo our credit- Sketches snd esti
mates free. KL RN1SH THE MONEY If de
Sired. You deal with ONE PARTV and pa
onlv ONE PROFIT ; we ACTUALLY gAVB
YOU M u.N'EV and guarantee satisfaction.
We design and build residences, apart
ments, stores, lactones, an) thing.
Bril.n TOUR HOME with one concern, ns
middlemen: save this difference; get
better house for the same money. W e
guarantee everything m w ntmg from
foundation to chimney cap. Artistic, prac
tical ideas In free book, 'Homes oet
one i:t;;n Northwestern Bank bldg. Tne
lregon Home Builders. Oliver 1- Jeffery.
K. 24TH ST. NORTH.
Exceptionally well built horn-. 7 rooms,
hard .vood fioors and w hits enomel f imsa
throughout tile floor lu bathroom, 3 fire
places, billiard-room In basement ; garage.
This Is offered for quick saie at a bargaiu
All stive i assessments paid.
h K. BO W M A N & CO. ,
JT Stai k SL
Vain .";2tV A ''
o-ltt 0l BUNG A LOW. el?.
Lp against It. I must move; my mod
ern home on 71st st.. near i.ltssn st. car
line; firt-placo buffet. Hutch kitchen, ce
ment basement. laundry trays. large
porch; coft me S24."m; will sell for 14...
Terms-. Phone B roa dwty !.'!
Before buli.g be sure to look it our
lis, of exnuisiie homes Just completed In
Laurelhui st. the addition of beautiful
homes, from $?.v up. on rent-like terms.
I .A L R Fn-HL'KST CU, -70 V fctark st
Matn lT'Hl. A IM... -
IDEAL new home. 6 rooms; built-in side
board, bookcases, fireplace, full cement
basement, plastered; two porches. white
klichen; one block from Broadway car.
n.r irvtncton tennis courts; aaseasmenta
1 AM compelled to dispos of my nearly
new- 5 -room bungalow, all modern con
enlences. large attic. I block from
IVninnul Par on Mi-M-ifslppI ave. if you
have a little .n- ney I will surprise you la
pri.-e. W ould tcke auto as Itret pa) tnent.
-..u.w.vf i v : x l.iivv. SI 475
Up againat 1". I mut move; my -modern
home on 71it at., near ;iisan at. car-
line : fireplace, buffet.
poich; copt me $24
undry ti ays, large
. mill aeit for lw;
HAWTHORNE DISTRICT ..ono
NEAR E. aii'TH ST. SNAP 7'b lNTLRtsT.
Artistic bungalow, brand new. breakfast-room.
aU lare rooms, beveled Pl-l'-ft.
buffet, piatc-glass windows, colonial
brick fronu larpe attic. 're closets oa-t
floors etc.; snp. i'wn-r. labor 1WW'.
liuOD. cornforrable, homes, nearly new house
at ill h- 4ti st. N. tRose City Park ;
5 rooms downstairs, cement basement, fur
nace, nice srd. everthing complete and
good neighborhood. Terms Jf desired. ln
qulre next door. Tabor 079.
" BUILD NOW.
If you own a lot we will build snd
flnsnce your home on easy terms. Large
arlrtv of plans to select from.
t'MBDEN ri'l OC hi et LARSON "0..
Ground floor. 3(Hl Oak Ft.
FORCED to sell my 9." equity for 1;
house 2 years o!d; cost .".'0; has 6 rooms,
full basement, Dutch kitchen, break f ant -room,
but It -I u buffet, large attic; Pied
mont disixlcL Mr. li age man.. Broad war
" HOSE CITY PARK SNAP, $3000.
jCKW VERY ARTIS1 IO F..Vt?Y TERM?.
t'luav six-room bungalow, living -room,
l4Uo, ti-foot bee'ed plate buffet, parquet
rm it r t4rm. .aA hraM hdw.. sleeuln e-
porch. shade trees, etc. Owner. Tabor i .'.
MI'S? sell my $-'A0 home for $l'10O; house
1 vcr old: 5 rooms, modern, fireplace,
full bssement. lot- 50x100, Mt. Tsbor dis
trict; excellent view; on 62 i St.. near GU
san. 1 bl"ck to car. phone Broadway ItC.S.
7-ROOM house, with garage: Sunnvside dis
trict: to blocks from Laurelhurst park;
Mahogany finish and oak floors In princi
pal rooms; hot water hunting system. Ap
ply Broadway TOO orJTabor 2W3S,
Ml'ST sell this week; r.-room house and lot.
34th and Belmont. Sunnyslde: business or
apt site future: make me an offer and
take it. Apply 70 6th sL
tino WILL buy 4 -room celled house on .".x
10O. use of lOOxluo. on TSth and Halsey;
easy terms. Phone Bdwy. IrtSS.
FOR houses or lots In Irvington or Laurel
hurst see Sanderson A Grauel.efi-8 Chr.
ter of Commerce. Marshall 21W).
FOR S A LE By owner, ft -room thorough I
inndern two-storv houwe; value t::t."u;
will sell for t'J.MMi; terms. Tshor
QUA RTER block with six-room bungalow
for sale cheap; cor. S:id and E. tit ark,
Sunn side. Phone Main 714.
IRVI NO TON BARGAIN My beautiful 9
mom home must be sold. K.H't 41rt".
k H V INGTUN 8n ell iuil cheap homes. eay
pamentx Se- Ilshunt. phone East "1 27 ..
2 MODERN. 5-room bungalows; 1 T-roons
house cheap. Irvington, 67 Clacks maa