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TIIE UrOTlXING OREG0XIAX, THURSDAY' JUNE 8, 1916. "
FRANK TROEH LEADS
Vancouver Entrant at Traps
Hits 98 of 100 Bluerocks at
Jenne, Station Grounds.
EVENTS BROUGHT TO CLOSE
H. Ii. Everding Presents Rose to
Eacli Visitor or Competitor at
Kvents -Three Tropliy Events
j Shot Oir After Dinner.
T BT EARL R. GOODWIN.
The S2d annual trapshootnigr tourna
ment of the Sportsmen's Association of
the Northwest is now history and it
will go down as "some" affair in more
ways than one.
Frank M. Troeh, the sensational Van
couver, Wash., amateur, ended the tour
ney in a blaze of glory. He won the
main event, which was known as the
"For You a Rose in Portland Grows"'
contest yesterday at the Everding
traps of the Portland Gun Club, by
breaking- 98 of the 100 bluerocks thrown
The boy from across the Columbia
River also is heralded not only as the
leading amateur of the gathering, but
high gun of the tournament. Out of
400 registered targets, 381 of them
died the death of a rag doll by the un
canny accuracy of Mr.- Troeh.
II. E. Pottton Nearest Competitor.
The nearest competitor was H. E.
Poston, one of the popular San Fran
cisco professionals who followed, two
ttlrria in the rear.
The opening day of the Portland
Rose Festival was duly recognized at
th Everdlns Park traps .or tne Port
land Gun Club yesterday. The main
event was namejd after the 1916 slogan
malnlv because the Portland Rose
festival Association donated $100 in
rush to be divided among the winners.
To celebrate the occasion. H. R.
Everdinr. x-president of the Portland
Gun Club, had more than 20 dozen of
beautiful roses brought out to the
srrounds. and every contestant in the
100-taxget match had one pinned on
him for good luck. Practically all the
spectators, of whom there were almost
600, wore the favorite Portland Dioom.
Mr. Kvrrdlng Back at Springs.
. Mr. Everdlng has been ill and he
came to Portland from Shipherd's
Springs, Wash, expressly to witness
yesterday's conclave of blue rock
smashing. He returned to the Springs
Sensational scores were recorded in
the main event. The ambition of A.
W. Strowger, president of the local
club, and Henry R. Everdlng to have a
record-breaking entry list was ful
filled. -Just 101 men and women
stepped to the traps and. Just to im
press the fact that those present saw
some good shooting, it might be well
to state that 26 of them returned witn
80 per cent or better. All were ama
teurs, too, with four exceptions.
The troDhv events, three of them.
were what might be termed as "after
dinner shoots." It was not until, after
7:30 o clock last mgnc mai iiiuu win
ners in the sboot-offs could be deter
mined. The Northwest championship
cup, the Becker trophy and the three
men team race all found the nimrods
keyed up for almost anything.
After Frank M. Troeh, with 98 per
cent out of the 100 targets in the main
event, came Pete Whitney, a compara
tively new shooter in the game, be
longing to the Woodburn. Or., Gun Club
but hailing from Hubbard. Or., and Guy
Ugbers, of Pasco., Wash, with 96 out
of 100. H. E. Poston, of San Francisco,
led the pros with the same average re
corded by two second amateurs.
Les H. Reid, of Seattle, Wash., pulled
the unexpected yesterday. He broke
hut 87 targets in 100 tries, his regular
rnarkmnanship being around 95 per cent
end better. The five high amateurs
for the three days' gathering in the
regular registered birds only were
Frank H. Troeh, 381 out of 400; Peter
JL O'Brien, of Portland, 377; Abner
Blair, of Portland, 375; O. N. Ford, of
Kan Jose, Cal., 375, and Dr. R. N. Fuller,
of Los Angeles. 371. The five pros for
high honors were: H. K. Poston, San
Francisco, 379; P. J. Holohan, Portland,
S77; Les H. Reid, Seattle, 377; Frank
C. Riehl, Tacoma, 367, and Fred A.
Dryden, Spokane, Wash., 366.
' . Squad 1
J. E. Reid. Portland
G. A. ConHlin, Seattle, Wash.
A. Riehl, Taconia, Wash
C E. Feller. Woodburn, Or. . .
It. Kinzer. Seattle. Wash. . ... .
O. N. Ford, San Jose. Cal. . ...
Trr. Rt N. Fuller, Tulare, CaL .
N. A. Howard, San Francisco .
33. G. Anderson, Los Angeles .
1". Melius. Los Angelee .......
K. A. Dryden. Spokane, Wash,
Guy Egbers, Pasco, Wash. ...
fi. B. Joslin. Pasco. Wash.
Shot at. B'ke.
. . .100
IMrs. F. A. Dryden. Spokane. Wash.
J. R. Owene, weaatcn.ee, tvasn.
Mark Siddall, Salem, Or.
J. Lewis. Salem, Or.
H. H. Veath, Cottage Grove, Or.
A. G. Maeera, Salem. Or
. . . .1UO
. . .100
J. J. tecmuing. roruana
I H. Reid, Seattle. Wash
A. G. Wilkes, San Francisco, Cal.
C. E. McKelvey. Seattle. Wash. .
John Considine, Seattle, Wash.
Tom Wilkes. San Francisco, Cal.
H. E. Poston, San Francisco, Cal,
Charles Lelth, Woodburn, Or, ...
K. P. Knight, Portland
Iou Rayburn, La Grande, Or. . . .
Dr. E. R. Seeley. Medford, Or. . .
E. B. Van Arnam. Portlnnd ...
Ed Fitzgerald, Burley, Idaho ...
1. W. Fleet. Montesano, Wash. .
James K. Simpson, Stevenson, Wash. 10O
"P. H. Holohan, Portland
Jrank Van Alta. Vancouver, Wash.
Frank M. Troeh. Vancouver, Wash.
C. E. Owens. Wenatchee. Wash.
W. E. "Dick" Carlon, Portland . . .
T. H. O'Brien. Portland:
E. H. Keller. Portland ...
J. W. Seavey, Portland . ..
Abner Blair, Portland . . . .
3. Klenast, Bellinpham, Wash TOO
Kd Brackney. Bellingham, Wash. . .100
W. G. Ballack. Albany. Or
P. P. Nelson. Yacolt. Wash,
lira. A. G. WllkesSan Francisco
J. A. Dague, Tacoma, Wash. . . .
i. Vlrich, Lewiston, Idaho ....
G. E. Beckman, Lewiston. Idaho
F. C Riehl, Tacoma. Wash. . .
A. W. Strowger, Portland
. -.1 00
"E. B. Morris, Portland 10O
y. Dodele, Albany. Or .100
W. W. McCornack. Eugene, Or, . ...100
C. W. Hadley, Pomeroy, Wash 100
Al Seguln. Portland 100
Squad 1 3
J. C. Morris. Portland 100
A. Parrott, Portland 100
K. O. Joy, Portland 100
C. C. Kelley, Portland loo
frank Templeton, Portland ....... 100
a. K. Marck, Spokane 100
Hugh McElroy, Spokane .-. 100
Mrs. C. A. O'Connor, Spokane .....10O
C. A. Fleming, Spokane .......... .100
C A. O'Connor. Spokane ' loo
J. S. Crane. Portland 100
Mark Rlckard. Corvallts, Or. 100
A. Zierloff, Monroe, Or. 100
Josef Stutt, Portland 100
H. A. Pollock, Portland loo
J. fi. French, San Francisco ...... 60
Miss Gladys Reid, Portland KM)
W. B. Fechheimer, Portland .......100
G. Pisano. Portland
Peter Whitney, Hubbard. Or. ....
A. H. Smith, Portland
M. A. Woelm, Portland
Mrs. Ada Schilling, foruasa ....
C. L. Riggs, Portland
R. A. Cronin, Portland
Dr. O. U. Thornton, Portland
C. A. Meyer. Milwaukee. Or. .....
J. Edmundson, Eugene, Or. ......
J. Ferguson, Los Angeles
W. it. France. Arlington. Or.
Charles Zieegler, Stevenson, Wash,
fean t. uoodwln, Portland -
R. S. Thompson. Portland
C Piatt. Portland
J. E. Culllson. Portland
W. N. Matlock, Pendleton, Or.
B. Pearson, Turner, Or. ......
C. Templeton. Portland
Clay Sparks, Vancouver, Wash,
William Totton, Stevenson, Wash. .
Walt Billingtoa, Stevenson, Wash.
A. L. Zachrisson. Portland
Name yds. SO birds.
Tom Wilkes 17 45
Ed Fitzgerald 37 4j
R. P. Knight 1 4 1
E. G. Anderson 16 45
John Considine 16 43
E. H. Keller 1 46
Charles Leltn 19 47
N. A. Howard 19 4:1
C. E. McKelvey 1 43
J. R. Owens 18 87
J. W. Seavey 20 44
R. N. Fuller ,....20 42
G. A. Conklin 20 44
Guy Egbers 20 46
Frank Van Atta ...20 40
Frank M. Troeh 22 45
A. G. Wilkes 23 4iJ
P. H. O'Brien 22 41
C. E. Owens SO 43
Frank Templeton 24 44
H. E. Poston 19 . 48
L, H. Reid 16 48
F. C. Riehl 16 49
P. J. Holohan 16 43
E. B. Morris 16 41
Hugh McElroy 21 43
G. K. Marck 1 44
Mrs. C. A. O'Connor 16 45
C. A. Fleming .....13 47
C. A. O'Connor 16 42
C. J. Schilling r.16 47
F. Melius ....! 88
J. C. Morris IS 42
J. Klenast 16 2U
A. Riehl 16 44
R. Kinzer IS 45
A. W. Strowger ...........16 8
Mark Siddall IS 46
D. W. Fleet IS 4S
G. K. Beckman 18 45
Mrs. Ada Schilling IS 44
W. W. McCornack 16 46
P. P. Nelson 18 46
C A. Meyers 16 45
C. W. Hadley 17 44
G. Joslln 1 46
A. Z. Smith IS 41
J.Ferguson ...IS 34
Peter jyhltney 21 41
W. K. France 21 4.1
W. N. Matlock IS 45
J. K. Culllson 18 42
J. M. Edmundson . .. .IS 4.1
Mark Richard 19 44
Miss Gladys Reid 16 47
Hand- . Iou-
- leap. Targets. bles. To-
Kame yds. 15 15 10 pr. tal.
Charles T-eith.. itt 14 14 15 4:1
C. E. McKelvey. 19 lO 12 10 82
J. W. Seavey 20 13 13 14 ' 40
Dr. R. N. Fuller. 20 15 13 12 39
Guy Efbera 20 13 14 IS 45
F. M. Troeh 22 13 14 17 44
P. H. O'Brien... 21 10 14 12 S
Frank Templeton 20 15 13 15 43
Peter Whitney.. 21 13 13 g 86
W. W. France... 21 .12 11 13 86
H. E. Poston.... 1 13 15 13 45
Ed Brackney.... IS 11 12 14 87
R. P. Knight IS 13 15 17 45
E. G. Anderson.. IS 13 12 10 85
Al Relhl IS 11 IS n
Mark Siddall.... IS 12 15" 10 87
D. W. Fleet IS 15 15 80
P. P. Nelson.... 18 13 13 12 38
G. B. Joslln 18 14 13 13 40
J. A. Dague 19 14 13 15 42
R. A. Hadley.... IT 13 l.j 12 ss
Mark Rlckard... 1! 12 IS 15 40
A. Z, Smith IS 11 i 9 81
G. A. Conklin... 20 la 13 11 36
R. P. Knight 14 . 15 14 43
Guy Egbers 14 ' 14 14 42
Three men, 20 birds each; total 60.
1 woooonrn, or.
A. G. Wilkes. .
i reter wnitney. .
H. If. Howard 19
ur. R. K. Fuller... 17
Portland No. 1
Peter O'Brien 19
James W. Seavey. ..19
Frank Templeton. ..18
G. A. Conklin 19
K- W. Kinzer. 19
C. JS. McKelvey... .19
Portland No. 2 I
Total.. . f. 36
Mark Siddall 19
R. P. Knight 20
..17 A. W. Lewis 18
..20 A. G. Magers 17
E. H. Keller. . .
Total " 57
Vancouver. Wo h
Frank M. Troeh
rank van Atta
P. P. Nelson
Total. . ! 2f
Note In Nortlwefit pliimntniiiii ' ihM,
Sf J:..P- Knight broke 24. Miss Gladys Reid
23. Charles I.eith 22. In team shoot-off
ancouver beat Portland No.. 2. Seattle did
UUL SIlOOl Oil.
L HARTMAN loinerl th TteairAi-s
yesterday. Ho Is the star pitcher
who did not lose a conference srame for
Washington State College in four years.
Walt McCredie had him pitching; to the
uaiiers Derore yesterday's iramn and
was much impressed with his style.
Bill StumDf Will be carried 4 V,.
utility man at least for awhile. Vaughn
iia suuwn me tseaver leader so much
stuff at third and Ward has been field
ing so sensationally at shortstop late
ly that they will be used In thn re
spective positions for the time being.
..an. jucweoie says mat ward doesn't
have to hit as long as the rest of the
bunch is slamming the SDhere. Chn.lc
got two solid blows yesterday, however.
Hagerman for Portland
will oppose Boyd for the Oaks today.
In the third inninar vmIcHhv win.
and Berger bumped toereth r art ha t-H b
tne lormer was endeavoring to steal
secorid that both were out for a few
minutes. The throw was on the Inside
and Berger hit Denny before he started
io Biiue. xi was purely an accident
Yesterday was ladies' rlnv
goodly number of fair fanettes enjoyed
Lilt) oeavera swaixesc.
The Oaks made as many hits as Port
land, but theirs wefe scattered.
Two double plays livened things -up.
PIRATES EVE YOTnVO M'GIJOiTS
Spokane Iiifielder May Be Signed TTp
by National League Scout.
SPOKANE. Wash.. June 7. rsnnrisi -k
Pittsburg in the National League is
eyeing- young George McGinnis, the
Spokane infielder. The Pirates were in
6ad need of material this year and
manager aiianan wants vounrsigm
The scout of the Pittsburg club has
notified the Spokane club that he will
come to Spokane to look the youngster
over. Oialaaon. the second sacker of
the Spokane club, has also attracted
the attention of the Pittsbura: cnut
and he will get the once over by the
nunter irom me Dig Drusti.
The St. Louis club is also anxious to
get a look in on the possible purchase
of the Spokane stars, and a scout rep
resenting the St. Louis Cardinals will
be in Spokane during the home stay of
tne iriDe to watcn msiason and He
Ginnis in action.
MRS. MEYER TAKES 2 3CATCHES
Miss Clarice Biles Is Defeated on
Multnomah CInb Courts.
Mrs. Constance Meyer, who is play.
ing tennis for the first time, yesterday
won two matcnes in me Multnomah
Athletic Club's Woman's Annex Spring
tennis tournament, defeating Miss
Clarice Biles 6-2, 6-3, and Miss Gretchen
Klosterman 6-4, 6-2. This qualifies
Mrs. Meyers In the semi-finals, which
win do played off Tuesday morning,
Miss Agnes McBride will be Mrs.
Meyera opponent in the semi-finals.
There will be two matches in the
woman's doubles played off on Tues
day. Miss Genevieve Butterfield and
Miss Gretchen Klosterman vs. Mrs.
ROSE FESTTTAX. WEEK.,
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Special Added Features
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2:30 AND. 8 :30 P.M.
Cars Every Few Minutes
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Rose Matter and Miss Marie Kelden.
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McBride vs. Miss Clarice Biles and
Miss VOna Guthrie. The games were
postponed until Tuesday because of the
Itose festival programme.
SANTEJj MATCH IS SOUGHT
Jack Taylor Would Meet Bay CU7
Wrestler at Portland.
Jack Taylor, the Spokane heavy
weight wrestler, was in Portland
Tuesday and wants to settle his old
argument with Ad Santel, of San Fran
cisco, here. . Taylor took one fall from
Santel at the Bay City about a month
ago. The pair then proceeded to
wrestle until midnight, when the bout
was called a draw.
Taylor has left for Spokane, but ar
ranged with Manager Merrill, of the
Rose City Athletic Club, to come back
if the latter can get Santel to come to
Jortland - for the match. There is
great deal of rivalry between the two
exponents or the mat game, and the
match would draw a big house in San
Francisco. It will, no doubt, interest
me wrestling fans of Portland.
Klamath Man Named Commissioner,
SALEM, Or.. June 7. (Sneeial.1
Governor Withycombe today formally
appointed C. F. Stone, of Klamath Falls,
as a member of the State Fish and
Game Commission. Mr. Stone was a
member of the new commission when
the 1915 law became effective in May,
1915. He served a short term upon the
commission, when the new law went
into effect, and his reappointment is for
the statutory term of four years.
Women's Tennis la Postponed.
PHILADELPHIA, June 7. Because
of a heavy rain storm today's play In
the women's National lawn tennis tour
nament was postponed until tomorrow.
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and "Personal" advertlaemeato will not a
accepted over the telopnoao. Orders for ooo
insextloa only will bo accepted for "A"--rl-ture
for balo." "Buslneoa Opportnltleo,'
"Roomlnc-Houaea' and "Wanted to HeaL"
On "charge advortlaemeata chargeo wtU
ho based ou the number of iinee appearlag
In the paper, regardleaa of the number of
v or ua fa. caca iuu. MiaWanm charge, two
Advertisements to rorotro proper clajtat
flratlon moat be In The Oregonian office
before :45 o'clock at night, except Batnr.
day. Closing hour for The Sunday Ore.
aenian will bo l:86 o'clock Saturday Bight.
The olflce will bo open until 10 o'clock P. M.
as nauai, and all ado received too lato for
proper claealflcatlon will bo run nador tno
heading "Too Lato to Claaalfy.
'Xelepboaeat Main 1070. A OVM.
AUCTIONS SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House. 166-168 Park
st Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
All KADER TEMPLE will
have a moving picture film
taken on the Columbia High
way, Sunday, June 11. for the
purpose of advertising this
Temple at the Imperial Coun
cil session In July at Buffalo.
N. Y. Members and visiting
Nobles only. Bring your auto
mobile and take as many No
bles as you can.
n at the West Side Mssonlc
Temple, ready to leave, at 11 o'clock sharp.
Wear your lex. COMMITTEE.
AL KADER TEMPLE, A.
A. O. N. M. S. Ceremonial
session Saturday. June 10, at
8 o'clock P. M., Masonic
Temple, West Park and
Yambili streets. Candidates
will report to the recorder at
7:80 P. M. Visiting Nobles
cordially invited. Business
session for balloting on peti
tions will be held at 2 P. M.
PotiMons will be received
nntll tbat time. By order of the Potentate.
HUOll J. nuin, nccgraer.
B. P. O. ELKS NO. 142
Regular meeting this (Thurs
day) evening. Elks Temple. 8
o'clock. Visiting brothers
welcome. By order of the
E" M. R. SPAULDTNQ.
Tirnii nTCTlTCTCAH LODGE. NO. 62 T.
O O F. Regular business meeting this
(Thursday) evening in Orient Hall. East
Sixth and Alder. Visitors welcome.
JESSIE L. HENDERSON'. Sen.
UMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 181-8 sixth St..
of tne public, to an far as poaalble
OPTOMitTRISTS AKD OPTICIANS.
SAVH IOCS Correctly
Ilttad glasses com ""'
mountings as low aa l.o'J;
f quality and aervlca tne
but fhu XV. Goodman.
Optometrist. 20 Morrison at. Main J 124.
K. C. WRIGHT, 22 years' experience U. &
and foreign patents. 601 Deksna a-ldg.
ASHFORD. ei Northwest bld 6th Si Wash
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sta. Main
PTX'MBrSO AND STEAM StJPPUBS.
PLLMBI.NQ and heating; H. L. Bruce has
retumea. i'lt&Ma to meet my i'wuu.,
appreciate new ones. Before you buy your
plumbing and heating material call op
Main 2407. Office 601 Gerllnger bldg. Bo
liclt your Jobbing. All work: guaranteed.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. K. Gantenbeln. mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 Front tU
comer Stark. Main or A 1418.
RAG BFCS AND FLI FF RCGS.
Inrralns. Brnsaela, Emyrnaa, Axmtnatera. rag
ruga all sizes, mall orders prompt; booklet
WESTERN FLUFF RUO OOu
B4-B6 Union ave. N. East 6S16. B 14Ta
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PALMIB-JOSKS CO, H. P.. 404 Wilcox bid.
ASSOCIATED INVESTMENT CO.. 21 Teon.
, OREGON SHRINE. NO. 1. OR-rAlP-
DER OK THE WHITE SHRINE OF
Vj JERUSALEM will hold a ceremonial
jjAttJ aeaslon Friday evening. June 9. at
'v'V 8:30. Business session at Masonic
Temple at 4:80 P. M. Members and
candidates will meet at temple at P. M.
and march in a body to Hotel Benson for
annual banquet. Free to all members and
candidates Petitions must be in the hands
of the worthy scribe not later than 4:30
P. M. Friday. All members desiring to at
tend notify scribe at Imperial Hotel imme
diately, as reservations will be inade only
ror those maaing arrangements. wear your
OREQO.V COMMANDER Y,
K. T. This (Thursday) aft
ernoon at S o'clock, busineaa
session. Red Cross Order of
the Temple at 7:30. Pleaae
C. F. WIEOAND. Recorder.
GORMAN Airs. Margaret Gorman, beloved
wife of John Gorman and mother of Mrs.
George C. Blakeley, B. I. Gorman, Mrs.
Majgaret Wilkerson, Matthew J. Gorman.
Funeral notice later.
DRANHAN In this city. June 7. James H.
Dranhan, aged 75 years. Remains are al
Holman'a funeral parlors. Announcement
- of funeral later.
DIMELER The remains of Mrs. Ellen Dim
eter, aged 74 years, were forwarded by
Miller A Trace y to Salem. Oregon, where
Interment will take place.
" FUNERAL NOTICES.
JOHNSON At his home. 40 Grand avenue
North, June 7. John Johnson, aged 36
years, husband of Mrs. M. C. Johnaon.
aon of Mrs, Anna Johnson, and brother of
Henry and Herman Johnaon, Mrs. F. Gil
damelster. Mra. Charles Gonxalea. Mrs.
Chester Berry and Jess Johnson, of Cali
fornia. The deceased waa a member of
the Spanlsh-Amerlran War Veterans. The
funeral will be held from the chapel of
the F. S. Dunnlnr, Inc.. East Side Funeral
Directors, 414 Eaat Alder atreet. tomorrow
(Friday). June e, at 2:80 P. M. Friends
Invited. Interment lUvervlew Cemetery.
S LOCUM June T, at the residence, 822 Sum
mit avenue. Mra. Catherine Slocum, aged
74 years, beloved mother of Mrs. H. C.
Smith. Dr. Samuel C. Juliet M., and Fred
Slocum. of this city, and Frank M. Slocum.
of Redding. Cal. Funeral aervlcea will be
held at the Portland Crematorium tomor
row (Friday). June 0, at 10:30 A. M.
Friends invited. Remains at Dunning A
Mct-utee s parlors.
MAC KELLER June 7. suddenly, at the
family residence. 762 Prescott street, Peter
lacKeller, beloved father of Horace S.
MacKeller and Mra. Charles Morrlaon. of
Pawpaw, Mich. Funeral services will be
conducted today (Thursday), June 8, at
2 P. M. from pearsoa undertaking Par
lors. Russell street, at Union avenue.
Years of Experience Enable
This Firm to Give You
This modern establishment, with
Its conveniences, including a se
cluded driveway, lnaurea abso
lute privacy, causing- In no way
a departure from an established
policy of moderate prices.
Kxperienced Woman Attendant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Montgomery at Fifth,
alain 9. A 1699.
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder street. East 62, B 2523.
P. L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay atreeta
Lad, attendant. East 781. B 1888.
KR1CSON Residence Undertaking parlors.
12th and Morrison sta Main 6133. A 2233,
BREEZE A SNOOK, fcunnysiae Parlors.
Auto hearse. 1026 Belmont, Tab. 1268, B 252.
EDWARD H0LMAN CO.
Lady Assistant .
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 07, A 1511.
PERFECT t'C.NEKAL SERVICE FOB LESS
MILER & TRACEY,
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington at Ella t. bet. 20th and 31st.
Mala XMl, A o(Mk Weat. bide.
A. R. ZELLER CO.. 6U2 WILLIAMS A Vat
Kaat lues, c lo8. Lady attendant.
Day and uight aervice.
DUNKING A McKNTEE. funeral director
Broadway and Pine. Phona Broad.way 11
A 4&3A Ljuly attendant.
K. T. BYRNES, Williams and Knot!.
East 111S. C 1943. Lady attendant.
MR AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. E. SOta and Ollsan. Tab. 431.
SKKVYES UNDERTAKING C1MPANY. S4
and Ciay. M. 41S2. A 2321. La or attendaat.
ItAKliN A FORBES CO. florists. 34T
Waahlngto-. Main 2 do I. A 2U. Flowera
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 287 Morrison st.
Main or A 1S0S. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch etores.
G'JSTAVE J. BURKHARDT.
112 23d PHONE MAIN UWS. A 8604.
Floral designs, cut flowers and ferns.
MAX M SMITH. Main 7213. A 3121. Sell
ing bldg.. 6th snd Alder sta
TON3ETH FLORAL CO.. 2S3 tVashlnaton
St.. bet -th anA 6th. Main S102. A llOL.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 2A4-266 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 864. Philip
reu e bona tor memorlaia.
EBLAESING GRANITE COj
TMIBO AT MADISON STRgE.T.7
OREGON -HUMANE SOCIETY
574 B FILM O XT ST.
Phones. Eaat 1423. B 2315, Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of.
flee. Lthal chamber for snail amimals.
Horse ambulance for sick, and disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring- pet may commun'cate with ua.
New, Hljch-Grade Laurelharst Home.
Stanlsh Colonial design; extra large
f rounds, roses, flowers and family gar
en: balconv. larare II vine-room, library.
dining-room, lavatory, breakfast nook
and kitchen on the first floor; one
extra larsre bedroom, with fireplace.
connected with large screened aleeping
Dorch: two other bedrooms and bath
room on the second floor. Has every
modern detail and convenience; also
fine, lartre carare. fine view "nlace and
food location: one block from corner
ilontavilla carline. fhone Tabor 6235,
or call on
OWN K. It. 1231 Laddlna-toa Coart.
on Improved city property at 6 and '
per cent. Farm and suburban loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment privi
leges allowed. No delays. m
LARGE LOANS SPECIAL RATES
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
. 7-219 Northwestern Bank: Building.
Marahall 4114. A 4118.
rSmlre Loans of $10,006 sail V
On Improved Business Property
4or lor Improvement Purpueeel,
j. r. LLr-scoMa,
g42 Stark ntfoot.
E MOET FOR FARMERS E
At Carreat Rates.
COMB IN A.ND TALK. WITH TJS
Bankers' Btortsraae Corporation,
Tltlo m Trsust Bldg..
We have Insurance Money at S1?
Private Funds at 67, and 1
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-S Northwestern Bank. Bids;.
Western Bond &
Oar Own Money at Co rrf n t Rates.
MUNICIPAL AKD CORPORATION
BONDS, FARM AND CITY LOANS.
SO Fesrlh St.. Board of Trade Bldg.
6 7 LOANS
. aw aai- A- fT a f l IQl-ru1
on Improved ctiy prop
ertjr at Ix wear. Kate.
817 Cort4tt BMff.. Fifth Morrison Sts.
ALAMEDA PARK! real bargains. 100x101,
f 5 corner; axlour $05o. corner. 67 U
Kast" Davis. Phona Kaat
CHOICE location (or bakery In Irvinpton;
will exchange for good, first mortgage
and cash. Kast W. II. Herd man.
LOT 20x100 on Denver ave bargain It taken
Btoace, Phone B 1741.
For 8ale Krarb rro petty
Tfouse and 2 Iota In Xwport. Unob
structed view. Ctose to lighthouse re
serve. $2500. $1000 cash : unincumbered
city property for balance. 1033 N. W. BanK
bldg.. 8 to 12 A. M.
for Sale House.
CAX TOU BEAT IT?
-room house, & 76-lto acres. GO yards
from To.uuu capacity sawmill now Duliu
lns; price $120o. $500 cash, balance terms.
P O. Box -2, Cherry Grove, Or.
WAS $1600, now $900; modern 6-room bun.
alow; basement, gas, improved lot; no In
cumbrance; good title. Tabor
WIDOW. NO MONET.
Eell good house; nice locality. Who will
buy quick? AO 613. Oregonian.
DO you want a well-built, 9-room house,
with a beautiful view of whole city?
Come and see. 469 Hall.
3-ROOM knockdown house, plumbtnjr. clos
e ts ; bargain at $ 1 50. Wood lawn 3T.
IBV1NGTON Swell and cheap homes, easy
payments. See Delanunt. Phona East 1-175.
We are offering tne follow In ; properties
for owners who have left the city and
tne prices are made to suit those condi
tions for immediate sale :
Irvlngton 8 rooms, modern, beautirully
finished; large grounds; at fcil& Tillamook:
at., near K. 2!Ui at. Price b000.
Irvlngton 7 rooms, modern, bungalow
atyle. 1 block from Irvlngton car; at fis-t
K. 3d St. North, near Knott. Price S4U0.
Central Eaat Slds 6 rooms, modern; ac
60 K. 24th at.. North, corner E. Davts.
H P. PALUER -JONES CO..
4H Wilcox bldg. Main 8190.
THE VERT LAST WORD
In a beautiful modern, roomy 3-room
bungalow. with large Bleeping porch
room, located 1 block east of beautiful
LALRELHURST PARK: large living room
Willi fireplace; large plata-glasa window,
large reception-room with beveled mirror
door, commodloua dining-room with built-in
buffet; "nlttieat" kitchen you ever saw.
with breakfsst nook and marblelzed walla;
all hardwood floors, splendid roomy base
ment; furnace, stationary tnba. ere. A
moat beautiful modern home very desirably
located. Price only 140O0. Rent-like terms
to reliable buyer. Paul C. Murphy, -'O'rm
P'.ark at. Mam 17O0. A 1513.
GOIXd TO BUILD?
Go to an established firm and avoid
worry and risk. We. as L. R. BAILEY:
CO. contracting architects, have been at
S1'4 Abington bldg. d years; hundreds of
lobs to our credit. Sketches and eati
matea free. FURNISH THE MONEY If
desired, loo deal with ONal PARTS and
pay only ONE PROFIT; we ACTUALLY
SAVE XOU MONEY and guarantee satis
faction. We design and build residences,
apartments, stores, factories, anything.
BEAUTIFUL little home on ery easy
payments. 4 rooms, reception hall, toilot.
bath, pantry, electric lights, gaa full
basement, cement walks around house,
beautiful yard, plenty roses and flowers,
street graded, one block from carline and
pavement; home evenings after a P M
Owner. 3 E. 72d N.
2750 3-room bungalow. In choicest
section, larne living-room 14JCJ4. modern
In every respect: beautiful lawn, roses. '
etc; cash JiO. balance like rent. 7 per
cent Interest. W K Wr-....
Before buying be eure to look at our
list of exquasltd homes Just completed in
Laurelhurst. the addition of beautiful
home, from $-..00 up. on rent-Ilka terms.
LALKELHLSiT CO.. 270 i. Stark su
Main 1700. A 1315.
IDEAL new home, 8 rooms; built-in side-
ooaru. oookcases. fireplace, full cement
basement, piaatered. two porches; white
kitchen; one block from Broadway car.
near Irvlngton tennis courts; assessments
Jaid. Wakefield, Fries A Co.. t3 4ih st.
Beautiful home la this section at a sac
rifice; 6 rooms; sleeping porch; large living-room
and porch; equity $10uo: will
take part in trade; balance cash. b04 E.
Sherman St- Tel. Sellwood 447. .
liuub, comfortable. homey, nearly new
house at 611 E. 47th St. N-. Rose City
Park; 6 rooma downstsirs. cement base
ment, furnace, nice yard, everything com
plete and good neighborhood: terms It
desired. Inquire next door. Tabor 2079.
JUST completed. 6-room bungalow. 2 blks.
to Myrtle l'urlt station. Mt. Scott carline;
full cement basement, hardwood floors,
fireplace, Dutch kitchen and built-in con
veniences: lot louatloo, Urmg or trade.
Owner. Tabor 513.
MUST sell my 6-room house, lot 30x100. at
great sacrifice, account sickness; 4 blocks
from Union ave. carline: nice lawn and
fruit trees: hard-sui-taeed atreeta. Call
$400 TAKES my equity in 100x100 with
o-room house, bearing fruit trees, berries
and garden; Woodstock carline. AN 61 J.
NEW modern 9-roara house. 677 East lSth
au N., irvlngton, bargain if taken at
once. See owner this week only at 6;S
Chamber of Commerce.
Suburban Home Property.
IDEAL SUBURBAN HOMESITE.
From 1 to 10 acres, rich land well de
veloped community; 30 minutes out, with
10 big red steel trains daily each way
through it. Buy now at our low prices
and easy payments. Let us show you.
THE SUAW-KEAK COMPANY,
102 Fourth St.
FOR RENT 5-room house. 4 acres for po
tatoes and garden, 7u bearing fruit treea:
cheap. Write for particulars. 1 Netch
manu. Hillaboro. Or.. Route 3. Box 30.
DAIRY AND STOCK RANCH, near coast,
railroad, creamery, good house and barn,
tine bottom, very rich soil, good stream
and springs, grass always green; will
trade for Portland property. iSee owner
this week only at GJo chamber of Com
merce. ACREAGE In famous Tualatin Valley: best
cf soli, good location, low prices, quanti
ties and terma to auit purchaser. Handy
Bros., owners. 201 Stock Exchange bldg.
Tel. Marshall 20
CHICKEN?"- FRUIT, GARDEN" RANCHES.
Near Portland; $75 to $200 per acre;
easy terms; best soil. Farms for sale, all
sixes. Mctarland. SOttYeon bids.. Portland.
10 ACRES, close to city, on Mt. Hood K: me
tric and county road; part cultivated;
small house, well, fruit trees, fine location;
only SOOQO; terms. 11 47, Oregonian.
17 ACHES. Clackamas Station. 7 cultivated
black loam, price f 5oi:w, terma
GUUDARU A, WIEDKICK, -14.1 Stark St-
ACHE tracts, near city; on carline and paved
road; $ caau. s per mo., o per cent ln
terest. Owner, 517 Chamber of Commerce.
2 ACRES In potatoes, 5c fare, $1200. Call
Ml. Scott Drug Store, Lents.
COLVILLE reservation map and description.
$1. ClaJr Hunt. Colviite. Wash.
BU Y KlVU ACRKS and plant part in logan
berries; they thrive in Orvgon and can ba
profitably raised for Juice or tor drying ;
we nave cleared bench and bottom lands,
one mile to good Valley railroad town;
finest soli, creeks and springs; good roads,
employment, schools; five acres witlt
house, $25 down, $10 month; uuluiproved
lands at less; let us show you. J. 1U
fcharp, 3 tfc Sd St., room 557, Portland, Or.
HOLD ON READ THIS 134.74 acres good
land, with running water, only if 5 miles
from center of Portland, for only $75 per
acre, and will throw in good sawmill and
timber, which will about pay for tha
place. No such bargain in Oregon; will
give terms on part If desired.
JOHN BROWN. GKKiiHAM, Or.
Take car at Kirst and Alder, 25c
PHONE GRESHAM 513.
&OO0 ACRES of logged -off land in various
parts of Southwestern Washington for
sale to settlers only at prices ranging from
$5 per acre up. Small cash payment down
balance In lO annual payments, with in
terest at 6 per cunt. Call or writs for
WEYERHAUSER TIMBER CO..
Tacoma Bldg.. Tacoma, Wash.
I HAVE a 60-a ere farm for sale or I would
tr.tde for city property; all cleared; well
located ; 25 miles from Portland ; good
soil, fruit, fences. buildings and well
watered; rented this year at cash. Olive
Investment Co., Russel bldg.. 4th and
CLEAR of incumbrance. 80 acres, SO acres
cultivated, good buildings. well and
springs, orchard, rich soil. level land and
s;lghUy rolling, fenced. This week $50k
caMb. Terms. Woodlawa 1404 &5J
Alns worth ave.
&bi ACRES grain, fruit, dairy farm. 4 miles
from Albany, water piped to buildings;
want smaller farm, cash or Income In Sa
lem or Portland ; good terma on balance;
give particulars first letter. Route 2, Box
135. Albany. Or.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, good water, close to carlloe,
easv terms; will bulla to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 15. or Sellwood 476.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER,
KOR SALE 02 acres at $50 per. $1500 down
and balance $1000 per year; over 65 acres
clearei and Immediately available for cul
tivation; no buildings; 5 miies from Leb
anon ; fine soil; by owner. 53 Worcester
40 ACRES. $1400 EASY TERMS.
On macadam road; fine soli; only S5
xxi lies from Portland.
AKERSOX GOOCH CO.
6o5 St'ck Kxwhange Bldg.
40t0 ACRES stump land. In solid body, high
percentage lovel. splendidly watered with
flowing streams; ideal for stock raising
or dividing; price $lo per A. 1)10 Cham
ber oi Commerce. Phone Marshall 15S5.
FOR SALE Abot 20 acres highly improved
with buildings, etc., mile from tnrlvlmc
city, on Pacific Highway. $6ouo; in Wil
. lamette Valley, on river. A- O. Yates,
tN AP 43 acres, 35 minutes elecU"lo line.
0 minutes to station; surrounded on four
sides by land platted In acre tracts. In
quire of owner, barber shop, 1124 Sixth.
MODERN' poultry ranch reasonable; near
city ; acre, 7-room house, fruit, room
for comi and pigs; all fenced. Address
Mllwaukie. Or., route 2. Box 155A.
A RIAL HOME 3 acres, cultivated, cosy
4 -room house, well, barn, chicken-house,
fruit, vegetables, etc; 8 miles from Port
land, near station. Tabor 64 64
245-ACRE ranch. Including crops, stock and
machinery ; 3 miles from Medford. Or. ;
bargain If taken at once. Address AV i!66,
$6.50 PER ACRE.
4100 acres. CO miles Portland auto road,
river through place. 2o0 acres agricul
tural land. 431 Chamber of Commerce.
terms; good i
stump land. $10 acre up;
toil; running water, markets.
J. R. Sharp. 507 Sherlock
S ACRES, new larn, stream, rood timber;
t wo-tblrtl cUared; bargain. Owner,