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THE MORNING OKEGOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1016.
SENATORS DRIVE OUT
EO WALSH III THIRD
"Come-Back" Fails, Despite
Good Start, and White Sox
x Are Defeated. 3 to 2.
iYANKS BEAT TIGERS, 4 TO 2
iMglitlt Inning; Kally Turns Tide for
New York ; lied Sox Down Browns
to Score of 5 to S; Athletics
. Lose to Indians, .11 to 2,
CHICAGO, Juna 13. Ed Walsh at
tempted a 1916 "comeback" today, but
"Washington drove him from the slab la
the third inning and made enough runs
oft him to win from Chicago. 3 to 2.
The big pitcher made a gallant start,
fanning Judge and Milan in the first;
tout Morgan's walk and Foster's double
cave Washington a run in the second,
and Harper's two-bagger, two singles
and a wild throw by Ness gave the Sen
ators two more in the third, whereupon
Itussell succeeded Walsh.
Harper, except in the fifth, when a
pass, a single and Terry's double gave
Chicago two runs, was invincible. He
3ield the Sox to three bits, two of them
made by Terry, and struck out seven.
Kenneth McGovern, pitcher for Knox
College, Joined Wasnington. Walter
Johnson, who was advertised to pitch
for Washington, was not in the game
because of illness of a member of his
lamily. The score:
Moeller.r. 1 1 1 O J.Colllns.r.
3 O 2 0 0
o I uuweaver.s. o
0 8 0!E.Collins,2 3 O
0 : 0 0) Ness, 1 4 0
2 4 0
2 0 0
8 O 1
2 1 0 01 Jackson. L. 3 O
0 1 1 OjFelsch.m.. 4 1
1 1 2 0 Schallcc.. 3 O
0 lO 0 OITerry.s. . . 3 2
111 0 Walsh, p.. . 0 0
2 O 2 0: Russell, p. . 1 0
Morgan. 2.. 2
Henry. c. .. 3
Wolfg's.P. 1 O
Totals.. 02 7 2T 0
Totals... 30 3 27 10 1
t Batted tor Russell in tilth.
'Wasnington 0 1 2 OO 0 0 0 O 3
Chicago OO 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
Runs, Judge, Morgan. Harper, Jackson.
Felsch. Two-base hits, Foster, Harper,
Terry. Stolen base. Rondeau. Sacrifice hits.
Harper 2. Double clays, Schalk and Terry;
Kchalk to Weaver. First base on en-or,
"Washington. Bases on balls, off Harper 3.
off Walsh 2, off Wolfgang 2. Hits and
earned runs, off Harper, a hits, 2 runs in
Innings; off Walsh, 4 hits, 2 runs in 2 1-3
Jntingst off Russell. 1 hit. no run in 2 2-3
inninns; off Wolfgang, 2 hits, no run in 4
innings, struck out, by Harper 7, bv Walsh
2. by Russell 1. by Wolfgang 2. Umpires,
iivans and, Kallln.
j New York 4, Detroit 2.
DETROIT, Ane 13. An eighth-inr
King rally, in which they scored three
runs, gave New York a 4-to-2 victory
over Detroit today. Until today's game
the Tigers had won seven straight. The
visitors filled the bases in the eighth
inning on Magee's slow grounder, Ged
eon's double and a pass to Baurhann.
JIagee scored on Peckinpaugh's out, and
Gedeon and Eaumann came in when
Mullen drove the ball into the right
field bleachers for a three-base hit.
New York I Detroit
BHOAE1 r BHOAB
Gllh'ley.r. oil 0 O Bush.s. . . . 5 0 1 10
Alagee.m. 5 1 3 0 OjViU.3 4
Oedeon.2. 4 2 1 3 0Cobb.m.. 4
Baker,3.. 4 0 0 1 jj Veach.l... 4
Plpp.l.... 3 0 11 OOlHeilman.r. 4
Hartzei.l. 0 0 0 0 OIBurns.l. .. 4
Peck'gh. 2 1 2 4 0Young,2... 3
High.i.... 3 12 0 ljStanage.c. 2
Mullen.l.. 114 0 OiHamilfn.p 3
Walters.c. 4 13 BOKava'gh" 1
Cullop. p.. 4 0 0 2 0Dubuc'. ' 1
Sha'key.p 0 0 0 1 0Crawordf 1
2 '2 1
9 0 0
0 3 0
O 0 0
0 0 0
. auma n-
' 0 0 0 0 0i
34 8 27 14 2
Totals. 34 8 27 14 21 Totals. 3ft 9 27 10 2
Batted for Pitt in .le-hthr htttr1 fnr
Toung In ninth: batted for Stanage in
ninth; tbatted for Hamilton in ninth.
."ew York ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 4
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2
Runs. Mafteo, Gedeon, Peckinpaugh. Eau
mann, Veach 2. Two-base hits, Gedeon,
Hellmann 2, Burns 2. Kavanaugh. Three
base hit, Mullen. Sacrifice hit. High. Double
3lays, Burns to Bush; Walters to Gedeon.
Bases on balls, off Cullop 1, Hamilton 3.
lilts and earned runs, off Cullop U and 2 in
eight none out in ninth); Shawkey 0 and
0 in one; Hamilton 8 and 4 in 9. Struck out,
by Cullop 3, Hamilton 4. Wild pitch, Cullop.
Umpires. Chill and Dlneen.
1 Boston 5, St. IjOuIs 3.
ET. LOUIS, June 13. The Boston
'Americans defeated St- Louis today, 5
to 3. The visitors gained an early lead
at the expense of Davenport, who was
Ruth, who yesterday tied the score
for Boston by driving, one over the
right-field fence, with two on bases,
contributed another in the same place
today. He also drove In a run with a
single In the fourth. The score:
Boston I St. Louis
Hooper.r.. 4 3 2 0 0 Shotton.l. 5 o 4 1 1
juciauy,z, a x a v Austin, 3. . 4
Lewls,l . 3
Thomas, c. 4.
x l olMlller,r... 2
0 lO 10
13 5 0
112 O O; Staler, 1... 4
O O 0 O,
12 2 0
13 2 2
Johnson. s. 3
a 5 20!
Chapman, c O
o o oo
O O O 01
ijortont . .
Koob.p. . ..
Iluth.p... 2 2 0 2 01
Shore.p... 1 0. O lO
j Totals. .31 11 27 12 2, Totals... 33 7 27 17 1
i "Ran for Thomas in ninth,
f Batted for Severeld In sixth. .
1 I Batted for Koob in sixth.
IBatted tor Fincher in eighth.
Boston ... 1 O 2 1 O O 1 0 O 5
St. Iuis OOOOO 1 2 0 0 3
Runs. Hooper. McNally, Janvrin, Thomas,
Ituth. Austin, Miller. Sisler. Home run. Ruth.
Stolen bases, McNally, Lewis, Walker. Sac
rifice hits, McNally, Shore. Double play,
Gardner to HoblitzeL - Bases on balls, off
Ruth . off Shore 2, off Davenport 3, off
Koob 1. Hits and earned runs, off Ruth. 4
nits. 1 run In 5 1-3 innings; off Shore. 3 hits.
1 run in 3 2-3 inning: off Davenport, 3
hits, 2 runs in 2 2-3 inniners; off Koob. 4
hits, 1 run In 3 1-3 innings; off Fincher, H
lilts. 1 run in 2 innlmrs; off Baumcardner,
1 hit, no run in 1 innings. Struck out. by
-Hum d, Dy K.oob , by Ulncner l. wild
rlich. Davenport. Passed ball. Chapman.
empires, u ijuugnun ana uweel,
Cleveland 11, Philadelphia 3.
CLEVELAND, June 13. The Cleve
land Americans made it four straight
from Philadelphia, knocking Myers
from the box again and winning, 11 to
2. Bagby was effective after the first
inning. Turner's triple with the bases
filled in the third was a feature. Chap
man, of Cleveland, went to short for
the first time since April 26 and played
brilliantly. In the series of four games
Cleveland scored 31 runs to six -for
Philadelphia. The score
I) II o i i.-
Oraney.l.. 4 2 2 OOWltt.s....
Turner.3. .310 r. 0 Pick.3
Speaker.m 5 3 2 O Olstrunk.m..
tmlth.r 4 O 1 0 O Schaner.c.
Gandll.l.. 2 1 12 1 0;Murphy.c.
Howard. 3. 5 2 3 2 0 Lajoie.2. .
t"mb"g's.s 2 0 1 4 0 Mclnnls,l.
fVNelll.c.. 2 14 1 OAValsh.r...
Bacby.p.. 5 2 1 1 0Oldrlng.I. .
1 2 1 O
0 2 1 O
1 2 1 O
O .1 0 0
1 1 0
Bllllngs.c. s 1 1 oo Myers.p... a
O 1 0
0 0 10
Totals. .37 IS 27 14 Of Totals... 83 9 24 112
T-hiladlr.hla 2 OOOOOOO 0
Cleveland 2 2 5 2 O O 0 0 1
Runs. -Graney 3, Turner, Speaker, Gandll.
TToward. o renr. ijaitDy, pick, benans:. u wo
rasa hits. Graney. Speaker 2. O'Neill. Old
ring;, Lajoie. Three-base hit. Turner. Stolen
pases, turner, Dunaiig. oa u.ua inn, xuruei,
Ftrunk. tirst base on error, Cleveland
Bases on balls, off Bagby 1. oft Myers
Hits and earned runs, off Bagby. 8 hits.
runs in ft inninirs: off Myers. 13 hits. 1
runs la & Innings; off Kabors, ii .hits, no
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Saturdays, Sundays. Holidays
Continuous. 1:15 to 11 P. M. Complete
change Sunday and Wednesday.
PASTIMES OF THE PLAINS,,
Real rough riders, bucking bronchoi, bull
dogging, lariat-throwing: and, wonderful
6 OTHER BIO ACTS 6
Boxes, first row balcony heats reserved by
phone. Curtain. g:S0, 7 and .
run In 3 innings. Struck out, by Bagby 8.
by Myers, .'t by Kabors 2. Wild pitches,
Bagby. Umpires, Hildebrand and Connolly.
AGUES PRIDE VICTOR
MOUNT TABOR MISS WINS
Mrs. Constance Meyer Loses 7-5, 6-4,
and Bliss Feldenaaelmer and Mrs.
Blatter Take Doubles.
Miss Agnes McBride, of Mount Tabor,
won the singles championship of the
first annual Spring handicap tennis
tournament of the women's annex of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club
yesterday on the club courts. Mrs.
Constance Meyer was the victim of
Miss McBride, who won In two straight
sets, 7-5, 6-4.
Miss McBride played a much steadier
game than her opponent. Mrs. Meyer
had a handicap of owe 15 on five out
of six games. In tne doubles finals
Miss McBride and Mrs. Ray Hunt lost
to Miss Marie Feldenheimer and Mrs.
Rose Matter, after having taken the
first set 6-3. The two deciding sets
went 6-4, 6-4 for Miss Feldenheimer
and Mrs. Matter.
Cups were presented to the winners
and the runners-up. Miss McBride win
ning two handsome trophies and the
Miss Irene Campbell tennis racquet to
the singles champion. Dow V. walker,
superintendent of the Multnomah Ama
teur Athletic Club, witnessed the finals,
and he made the presentation speeches.
More interest was shown in the events
than had ever been anticipated, and
for this reason Mr. Walker said that
the Spring handicap tourney among
the women members of the club would
be an annual fature hereafter, and
should the same amount of interest
prevail for the next two months, at
least a scratch tournament would be
sanctioned by the board of directors
for the women's annex.
Miss Irene Campbell, ex-Oregon state
champion, was given full charge of the
tournament by A. B. McAlpin, chair
man of the tennis committee, and Miss
Campbell was thanked by Mr. Walker
for her untiring efforts in making the
nrst annual affair such a decided sue
SMOKER CARD IS MADE
LOWE SIMS AXD "SILEXT" REXTER
ARE NEW BOXERS HERE.
Muff Bronson and Lee Johnson Will
Meet In Main Event at Rose City
Clob Next Tuesday Night.
Muff" Bronson.. ..12."
. . .Lee Johnson
Al Sommers. ........ lt.. .. .
Jo Gorman ....... .11G. . ...
Billy Nelson . ..13S
. .Lowe Sims
Pius ' -eodle I2j
Five good bouts are on the nro
gramme which the Rose City Athletic
uiitb will stage next Tuesday night
The foregoing complete list of the
matches was issued, by Manager Ider
rill late last night.
Two new faces are on tha bilL Lowe
Sims. 165-pounder, is the new boxing
instructor at the Butler School of
Physical Culture. Sims has met boys
like Kid Kenneth in California, and
as Sommers will be giving away about
seven pounds in weight this match
should prove a bummer.
"Silent" Rexter, who will meet the
old favorite. Ping Bodie, 13 a Salem boy
and Is deaf and dumb. He has quite
a reputation in the Capital Cityu
Both "Alurr Bronson and. Lee John
son, who meet in the main event, are
working hard. Johnson is condition
ing at the Golden West Athletic
League, under the watchful eyes of
Denver id ' Martin.
Paul Steele got a draw with Joe Bay-
ley and Ear Oonnera secured the de
cision over Joe Harrahan at the Elks'
Club boxing bill held in Seattle last
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umtuud onir WUl oe scvrpieu lor oral-
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Chat No. 38
WiRM Summer evenings are
now at hand, and with their
coming arrangements arc being
made for picnic parties at the
Oaks. Large and small organiza
tions are securing dates, while
family groups are daily making the
park their outing point.
Unequaled facilities for success
ful picnicking have been responsible
for the selection of the Oaks. The
new kitchenette is an important
feature. Here maids are in at
tendance daily to assist in the
preparation of hot drinks for any
number of people. The free enter
tainment in the Auditorium is also
to be remembered, while all forms
of amusement concessions along
the Trail provide diversion for
those seeking further entertain
ment. The Columbian Ladies' Orches
tra offers a well-balanced musical
programme in the Auditorium
every evening at 8:30, and special
afternoon concerts, commencing at
2:30, will be given Thursday, Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday. On
Thursday of this week the pro
gramme of the Columbian Ladies
Orchestra will be augmented by
vaudeville specialty acts of a new
and highly entertaining order.
Water and land rides abound at
the park this season. The Blue
Streak, Rodeo and Chutes produce
the thrills, while quieter diversion
is found on the Miniature Railway,
the Mystic River and the Merry-Go-Round.
If roars of laughter
are desired, then just drop m at
the Laughing Gallery and the de
sired results will be found. Punch
and Judy in new melodrama is a
special feature for the children.
JOHN F. C0RDRAY.
Watch the Chat Daily
for Oaks Park Events
x TtECRE ATIOX .PARK.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty- onrtbi Sts.
Jane 14, 15. 16, 17, IS.
Games Begin Weekdays at 3 P. 31.
Sundays, 2:30 P. 2L
Reserved Box Seats for Sale at Ed
wards Cigar Stand, Sixth and
Ladles' Lays Wednesday and Friday.
AUCTIONS SALES TODAT.
At residence. 430 Market it. Furniture. I
etc., at iu A. ueorge iafcter & Co.,
At Wilson' Auction TTouae. at ID A. M.
furniture. 166-8 First st.
"JTr3- COMRADES. ATTEN'TIOX.
Mi The Flag day committee of B. P.
v... cuu ic.pnuuuiiy requests I
that G. A. R. Veterans, Women's I
Relief Corps. Ladles ot the G. A.
R. participate in the short pa
rade and Flag; day exercises
Wednesday. June 14. Autos hs
been provided for all not desiring;
ito wane, lamely oe at neadquar
'ters in Courthouse ready to start
at z:3U f. Al.
FLAG DAT COMMITTEE.
C. A. Williams. Asst. Adjt.-Gen.
A. w . urton, chairman u. A. xt.
COMRADES. ATTENTION The
Flag day committee of B. P. O.
i:iks respectfully requests that
United Spanish War Veterans,
1-adies auxiliary and families par
ticipate in the short parade and
t lag; uay exercises Wednesday,
June 14. mnaiy be at headquar
ters In Courthouse ready to start
at 2:30 P. M. As large an attend
ance as possible Is earnestly re
FLAG DAT COMMITTEE.
Attest: Elmer R. Lundburir. Commander
scout xoung; tamp, u. a. w. v.: u. u. (3a n-
tennein, chairman u. w. v. sub-commit
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR All
Sir Knights and friends and
those who contemplate mak
ing tha trip to Los Angeles
will please call and taka un I
their tickets and reservations immediately at I
Aorta naaa: ticaet oilice, otn ana btara sts.
D. ii. TOMASIM,
WASHINGTON CHAPTER NO.
IS. R. A. M. Regular convocation
this (Wednesday) evening;. East
Eighth and Burnslde sts., at 7:30
o'clock. Regular order of business
and R. A. degree. Visitors wel
come. RT order IT. P.
ROY CinACKEXBUSH. Sec
if this (Wednesday) even
ing. East Sixth and Al
der sts. First degree. Vis
itors coraiaiiv invited.
W. W. TERRY. 6ec.
E. A. SHARON, N. G.
PORTLAND CHAPTER NO. 8.
R. A. M. Special convocation this
Wednesday) evening, 7:30 o'clock.
Tune 14, 1916. R. A. degree. Vls-
tlng companions welcome.
W. P. ANDRUS. Secretary.
MT. TABOR LODGE No. 4!
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Wednesday)
evenlnz. West Sldo Temple.
7:3" o clock. E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
J. c lit. IMv i.iL., v. si
EMBLEM jewelry, buttons, cnarms. plna
new designs. Jager Bros., 131-3 sixth .st.
niATViEt.D At his lata residence. 814 Ma
cadam st.. Robert F. Chatfield. aged 74 1
years. Funeral announcement later, it u- l
neral arrangements in charge ot P. L.
ktkdt In this city. June 13. Augusta
Kindt, aged 56 years. Remains are at the
parlors of A. O. Kenworthy & Co., C802-04 I
Ninety-second street Southeast. In Lents.
FC NTS RAT, NOTICES.
D ANNALS At 5760 Eighty-second street
Southeast, Hannah Dannals, aged TS years.
The funeral service will be conducted
Thursday, June in, at 11 A. M., at the
above address. Friends invited to attend.
Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
KEMP In this city, June 13, Ezra Kemp,
aifd r,0 Tears. The remains will be for
warded by J. P. Flnley A Son this
(Wednesday) morning to Prosser. Wash.,
where services will be ncia and inter
CATTTLL The funeral services of the late
Winnie Cahlll will be held from St. Fran
cis Church, East Twelfth and Pine streets.
today (Wednesday) at A. M. Friends In
vited. Interment Mount Scott Park Cem
BOTTCHARD Funeral services of the late
Oliver R. Bouchard, aged 71 years, will
be held today (Wednesday). 11 A. M.,
at parlors of Miller & Tracey, Washing
ton at Ella street. Interment Rose City
a. a. r.
, ajemstenw . .
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 6095. House 40.
K. 6TEP11A.N, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cord, side pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders, xas Plttock block. Broadway low.
PLEATING, hemstitching, buttons covered.
Lastern Novelty Co.. 83 6th. B'dw'y 200O.
ASSAYEKS A-ND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 14a 2d Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
W. J. 11AKEUM Probata, real estate, min
ing" and corporation law; abstracts and
titles examined, written opinions furnished.
1434 Northwestern Hank bldg. Main 57 4 A.
OHAHAU, BECKETT Ic COOPEH General
practice; abstracts examined. ttOl-it Piatt
bldg. Phons Main OSMtf.
L- M. JONES. M. X. CANCER TREATED.
"tn Aioerta st. woodlawn 4100.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS.
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc. North
west Rug Co., 1S8 E. 8th. .Both phonea
CELX.tI.010 BUTTONS. MADGES.
THE 1RW1N-HOUUON COMPANY.
887 Washington St. Main 312 ana A 1204.
William, Estelle and William. Jr.. Dev.ny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors Su2 Gerlinger bldg., southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mra M. 1).
Hill. Qffics FUodner bldg. Main 8173.
SUCCESSFUL, with many so-called Incurable
cases; 31 adjustments. S15. Wast Side
Macleay bldg. East Bide Sanitarium. 734
Hawthorne. Dr. McManon. Main 1!U5.
NETH Ac CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 17U4.
No collection, no charge. Established 1WC.
. L. RICHARDSON. B21
Phons Main S878.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Leasons dally; class
Fri. eve., a to 10. 10U St., bet. Waso.
and tjtaj-k. Main 32u5. lessons. 25c.
DE READ Normal School of Dancing. Toe,
Spanish fancy. Oriental, Egyptian Essetic,
Russian soit-snoe. Phone Main tooo.
UULKET BL.tKJ.2orand Morrison. 10 les
sons. sS; classes Mon.. Fri. eve. Mar. 313.
EYE. EAR, NOSE AXI THROAT.
Treatment by specialist; glasses fitted. Dr.
r . . tjaaseaay. oil ueKum piqg.. aa at w n.
II RE INSURANCE.
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE CO.
PANAMA HATS cleaned. . blocked, 75o;
straws, xelts. &Oc; guaranteed. 2t3 wash
near 4th; 83 8d, near Stark; 44 3d. M. 10JX
And feather renovating. Phone East &S74.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. A'hone Main J. A giua.
AUTO AND MUGGY TOPS.
Dt'BP.CIULfi BUGGY TOP CO.. 2U 2d St.
AUTO SPRINGS MANUFACTURING.
q Mlg. ana repair
LAHER SPRING CO' lng ; 2uuo springs
15th atid Couch.
ham.ai.i.: I IIK( kLU AX liO.VlE.
Baggage & omnibus 1 rausfer. Pars: 6c Davis
Royal Bakery ic Conl.. inc. lltn and Everett.
imnv M 1 li( It AX IS.
M. H. HOlbKK, Board ot Trade bldg.
WADHAMS CO.. ttl-Ii fourth St.
HATS ANU CAPS.
THANHAUBEK HAT CO.. eS-55 Front St.
H1DKS. WOOL. CASCAKA BARK.
KAHN BHOS., itll Front St.
MILUStBV. . ..
BRAPSHAW BKOri., Morrison andtnsts
M"8 A.l WOMEN'S LCKWLAR.
OLL.MB1A Neckwear Mfg. Co- 3lhst
a 1 - . M 0 1
LEDDT- June 13. Mrs Ami iLiay . agea
years, fieiovea. aisLer ml ", ; .17- itv
ly and aunt of Richard K rk, of this city .
John, Tom and Emma Kirk, of St. ul;
Or. Funeral will take place fromDun
Dini & jlcEntee's chapel tomorrow
(Thursoay)rJine 15. at 8:45 A. M..
thence tcT the cathedral, corner Fifteenth
and Davis streets, where mass will be
. . a n'nloek. Friends
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
RICHARDSON In this city, june i
Martha tticnarasun, , - -
loved mother of Edith Anderson, of Lew
iston, Idaho. Funeral services will be
held tomorrow (Thursday). 10 . M.. at
parlors o Miller & Tracey. Washington
St Ella street Interment Rivervlew
M'LAREN The funeral services of the late
M Nancy S. McLaren, who passed 1 .wH .In
h i oir v ml una -i a, win ,
(Wednesday , at 3P. M from the chapel
of the Skewes Undertaking Co cor. 3d
and Clay. Friends kindly invited to at
fJnd. Inlerment Riverview Cemetery.
SOLET In this city, June 12. Susan Solet,
aged e years, ocioveu
Beatrice M. Penrose and Alvin 8 Bo'ei;
of this city. Funeral notice later. Re
mains at parlors of Miller Tracey,
Washington at Ella street. Los Angeles
papers please copy. .
Tears of Experience Bnabla
This Firm to Give You,
This modern establishment, with
Its conveniences, including a se
. eluded driveway. Insures abso
lute privacy, causing In no war
a departure from an established
policy of moderate prices.
Experienced Woman. Attendant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Montgomery at Fifth,
Main . A. 16S. .
EDWARD H0LMAN CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 07, A 1511.
R. ZELLKR ea CO.. 692 WILLIAMS VU
Sast luba, C lubS. Laay auaoasu.
Cay and night service.
DUNNISO ot McENTEE. funeral sllrectas.
Broadway and Pine. Phone Broadway U.
A 4 i. o - Lad7 atunaani,
F. 8. DDNKINQ, INC.
East Side Funeral Ulrectora. 414 Bast
Alder street. East 62. B ii&23.
bKkWlib UNDERTAKING C1MPANT. 8
and Cay. Al. l-2. A T.i21. Laa attendant.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streeta
Lad, attendant. last TBI, a law.
BR1CSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
l-2tu and Morrison sts. Main tfiaJ. A
BREEZE & SNOOK, bunnyslde Parlors.
.mo aearsa. luzd Reimonu lao. uos. a io.
R. T. BYRNES. Williams and Knott
East 1115. C 1943. Lady attendant.
ub avn MRft w u Hamilton Fu
neral service, . fiOtb and OUsaa, Xas eSlS.
Emll Thlelhorn, violin teacher, pupil Sevcik.
Filed ner bldg. A 4100, Marshall 1W.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
6AVE TOUR Correctly
.... 4 - ., filled
mountiUKS as low as $Loi;
quality and service ths
best Chas. W. Goodman.
Optometrist, 209 Morrison St. Maiu 21-4.
YOUR KVIid fitted with beat
lenses. icoia-i uiea m""1
Cl .Mi t- trtrirs. t2.Il Up;
near stiiti far bifocals. fi0
up: lenses duplicated: mall orders.
UK. J. JJ. MEKEDITH. aiU Washington St.
R. C. WRIGHT. 22 years" experience U.
and foreign patents. IK1 DeKum bldg.
ASH FORD, 61o Northwest bldg.. 6th si Wash
PORTl.ixn woon pipe CO. Factory and
ornce near 24th and lorn sts. jnain ns.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. ttswitenbeln. mgr.
Printing snd linotyping. l"UV rout si
corner stark. Main or A ins.
RAG RUGS AND FLUFF RUGS.
Ingrains. Brussels, myruaa. Axmlnsters, rag
rui;s. all sizes, man oruers prompt; uuun
WESTERN FLUFF RUG OO.,
84-56 Union ave. N. East 6016. B 14T5.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PAL.MEK-JONES. CO.. H. P.. 404 W llcox bid.
ASSOCIATED INVESTMENT CO., 621 Yeon.
BK'NEDICT BKOS.. nap Hawthorne avenua.
COLUMBIA STAMP CO. Main 75SO.
STORAGE A.l TRANSFER.
TREE STORAGE. FREE MOVINO.
, a limited time In order to fill our
modem brick warehouse, located lu tns
beart or the city.
K. vrt.rf uackinv inA movlns.
SECURITY STOKAUJ5 it TRANSFER CO
44-4o a-ast otn su
Phones East 3H4K. East 3g6T.
ALWAYS PICK T.HK BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping aua moving; norse m muiu
..i ,...- ii I f.,l,li ri. rum in mil Dolntl.
C. O. PICK. TRANSFER A 6TOKAOB CO.
2d and Pine sts. Hruadway ow. A
owEfinv transfer CO.. 474 GUsan St.,
corner 13th Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
We own and operate two largs ciiii a
warehouses on terminal tracks; lowest in
aurance rates in ths city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office ISO Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents, i-none .Main (..'
VETERINARY SCHOOLS' AND COLLEGES.
B. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins
Sept. 11. Catalogue fre. C. Reane. pr
idt-nt. 1812 Market it, San Francisco.
GREEN AND DRY SLAB1V60D, blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co. Main 572v. A SS'JU.
ELABWOOD, DRY AND GREEN.
MULTNOMAH FUEL. CO. Mn. &04O, A 2116
WE1.HAUUS UOUIL.N AiillliR tCl'AR.
Henry Weinhard aslant, uta and Burnslds.
ruoua Main ii, a. in.-.
PLAIV ANU LLBWCAT1NG OILS.
W. p. r'UU.tK A CO., 12lh aud Lavis sta
PAINTS, OILS ANU CLASS.
RASMUSrih.N at CO.. 2d and 'laylor sta
PIPE. PIFE FITTINti AN1 VALVES.
M. L,. KLIMi, St-SO Front at.
1'LL.UUINU ANU b'1'E.V.U bLPPLLES.
M. L. KUXE. ba-nii Front st.
PROULCE COM.MISiaON S1LRCUANTS.
EVKKl'lNU & FAHKaLU 1111 Front St.
KOfE ANU iilNDlNli TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SAFETY' RAZOR llOMNU.
AtTTOMAliC KUE.N EWiE CO.. 1S9H 4th.
SASH. bOOKS ANU GLASS.
W. P. FLULER sc CO.. 12th and Lavls ill
MORGAN1 WALL. PAPKR CO., S3! 2d St.
FERFECT FCKERAL SERVICE FOR LESS
$5Q FUNE&AL FOR g
MILER & TRACEY.
Independent Paneral Directors.
Washington at Ella st..
but. 20th and 21su
slam Zuui, a iesA.
JiABTiN ea i'OHBd CO.. florists. 34T
. ashing to Main xuui, A. it. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BKuS.. florists. 287 Morrison si
Main or A 18U.1. Fine nowers ana xiorai
designa No branch stores.
QUSTAVE J. BURKUARDT,
113 2od. PRONE MAIN UU6, A
Floral designs, cut flowers and
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 812L SoU
ing biog., otn ana Aiaer sta
TONSETla FLORAL CO.. 2SS Washington
st., cat. -tn aua otn. Main oiuz. A 1101,
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 364-208 4th
St.. opposite city Xiail. Main bjh, a-niiie
Neu 4c Sons for meraorlsls.
O BLAESING GRANITE tcS!
a L4 in.r-ti-,. mj.ix aTREF
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
574 IIKLMO.NT ST.
Fhasra, , EUtst 143. It 2315, Ope a Day
Resort all cases of cruelty to this ot-
fire. Lethal chamber for asnall amlmali
Morse ambulance for aicst and disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desirinsT pet may commun'cate with us.
Loans of 1 0.000 and t'p on Im-
Jirotrd -Uusluess I'roerty tor for
J. P. LIPSrOMB,
Hi Stark Mrect.
JIOXEY FOR FARMERS E
At Current Kates.
COMB 1-V ANU TALK. WITH TJS
Bankers Morlaace Corporation, ZZ
Title Treat iilda-..
We have Insurance Money at ift
Private Funds at 67r and Ifm
ROBERTSON & EWING
ZQ7-8 Northwestern DankllldsT-
Western Bond &
Oar Own Money at Current Rates.
MI'JVICIFAIj AND CORPORATION
BONUS. FARM AND CITY LOANS.
BO Fourth St., Board of Trade BldB.
6 yty LOAN5
i ONI MORTGAGE SECURITY
rooms, sleeping-porch, breakfast-
room; hardwood floors; up-to-date
modern home; near car; with east
front. Not built to sell. A bargain.
Best of terms.
F. O. NORTHRUP
2 Orrroa Bidjr.. K 1ft It and Onlc Sin.
on Improved city property at 6 and T
frr cent, .r arm ana suDuroan loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment privi
leges allowed. No delays.
LARGE) LOANS SPECIAL RATES
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
7-21H Northwntera Bask BaUdlsg,
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
lIORTOAd E LUAN9
en .mprovtd city prup
rty tn. Low.i K.il-w
tlT Corbet Pldr. Fifth k MorrtKMi stm.
For feale Ixt.
OK E -HALF price, 1550. Lsdd's Addition.
jot on fopiar sc. near nawmoras ave.;
street Improvements paid.
K1TTEK, LOWE & DB FOREST,
Board of Trade Bldg.
MUST sac r trice lot 6, block lift. Rose City
l'arlc; no offer rejected. w rile owner.
Irving T. Rau. Oregon City, Or.
FOR SALE: 10x100, Mall at.
Corner. lOOxlOO, Ivanhoe.
50x100 Trvinicton. East ai-41.
LOTS IT OR. SALE
12 fall lots by Gregory Heights. 1100
each, worth f23o. 20u Mohawk mag.
71. BUYS beautiful Irving ton lot on
20th st. McOulre. Main 1008.
OLMSTEAD PARK lot cheap; SJO down and
per montn. na uoucn p.ag. Main
BEAUTIFUL LAt'RELHURST PARK
New ltt-atorv 7 -room home, with sleep
ing porch, locatea at llio ijurnsme i
street. Just east -." ound thai
corner from LAlKELHLRaT PARK and
the Laurelhurst Club grounds and tennis
inA Itvlnr-rooTn across front of home. I
music-room, dining-room, kitchen and one
bedroom downstairs, - oearooms anu sleep
ing porch upstairs, tile bath, full cement
basement, gooa lurnace anu urupiauo.
Lftrcn br-ick front norch with cement floor.
Will be at house every afternoon. It is
3l harraln at 14500. on terms to SUU
YOU. Come see. J. V. GUTHRIE, Main
1700. Evenings, Tabor
S350O HOME FOR $4000.
TAKEN" IN ON A MORTGAGE.
WAn-y.ii.lt modern seven-room house.
lftfatsart in Piedmont, lli.'tl Rodney ave..
an exclusive residence section, the best
location, lust what you want lor a nome
the finest yard of fruit trees you ever
saw on two lots; all at a sacrifice price,
taken in on a mortgage and sold to close
an estate. Phone East 7iI8 In the evening
or Marshall 401'.! during tne uay. or twa
me at 01j waanincton st. c. ijusa.
nnivd Tii t-u "iT.n ?
Go' to an established firm and avoid
lrnrrv and rlrk. We. as L. R. BAli-aEY
CO., contracting architects, have been at
S24 A blue ton bldg. 5 years; hundreds of
ir.h tn nur credit. Sketches and esti
mates freu. FURNISH THE MONEY if
desired. You deal with ONE PARTY and
pay onlvvOXE PROFIT ; we ACTUALLY
save vox; MOXRY and guarantee satis
faction. We design and build residences.
apartments, stores, factories, anytning.
530 E. 24TH 13T. NORTH.
Exceptionally well-built home, 7 rooms.
hardwood floors and white enamel finish
throughout, tile floor In bathroom, 3 lire-
pUtves, billiard room tn basement; garage.
This la offered for quick sale at a bar
gain. All street assessments paid.
F. E. BOWMAN & CO..
2 1 :t Chamber of Commerce.
Mnln 3026. A 1251.
NEW IRVINGTON HOME.
Near car east front fi rooms with
sleeping-porch, breakfast-room ; ready to
move into; harawood floors, wnite enamei
throughout. Price Is a snap, .built for
home. Can give terms.
F. O. NORTHRUP.
2 Oregon Bids. f'th and Oak Fts.
HERE'S A SAVINGS BANK FOR TOU.
Brand new. nifty 6-room bunsralow
LAURELHURST, 1 block from beautiful
LAt'RELHURST PARK; most desirable
home environment, hardwood floors, lat
est built-in effects; fireplace, furnace.
beautiful fixtures, artistically decorated.
Only $3700. Small payment down, balance
like rent; move right in and shake that
stuffy apartment. Let me show you. J.
W. Crowiley, 2706 Stark st. Main 1700,
A lido. Auto service.
AM building larger home and will sell my
Portland Helchts residence at a very rea
sonable figure on easy terms; lot GOtcIoO
beautifully Improved, excellent view, close
In; house strictly modern in every par
ticulars: 7 rooms; bath, sleeping porcn;
this ls an unusual opportunity to procure
an attractive home at present-dny price.
.ionn k. Lronan. .f none -Main
NEAR E. 3TH ST. SNAP J PER
Artistic bungalow, brand new, break
fast-room, all large rooms, beveled plate.
12-ft. buffet, plate-glass windows, colonial
brick front; large attic, large closets, oak
Tioors. etc. ; snap, owner, i nuor j .'u.
Before buying be sure to look at our
list or exquisite nomes just completed in
Iaurelhurst, the addition of beautiful
homes, from $2.iU0 up, on rent-like terms.
LAURELHURST CO.. 270 Stark st.
Main 1700, A 1515.
IDEAL new home. 8 rooms; built-in side
board, bookcases, fireplace, full cement
basement, plastered, two porches; white
kitchen; one block from Broadway car,
near Irvington tennis courts; assessments
paid. Wakefield, Fries & Co., b5 4th st.
BEAUTIFUL home on very easy payments,
4 rms.. reception hall, toilet, bath, pantry,
electric lights, gas. -basemen i. ct.uent
walk" around house. beautiful yard.
plenty roses, flowers, street graded, .one
block canine ana pavement ; nome even
ings after 5 o'clock. Owner, 65 E. 72d st. X.
Seems Impossible to get an inquiry. I
have a fine 6-room house and lot In
bunny side. 2 blocks from school; must
seil or give away soon: going Eat; your
price goes; no monaey ous utcs; loaae me
an oner, uwner, u cixtn n.
WHY NOT BUILD
and get a home according to your Ideals?
I de&ian. build ana nnance any Duiiuing.
artistic sketches free, bee me before you
tulld. .N. o. jKiuna. m iienry oiug.
ROSE CITY PARK 7Ui.
WITH FINE OAR At! E -'K CASTI.
Oak floors, o-f t. leaded buffet, fi riom-,
attic, chipped brick fireplace, beamed
celling. paneled dining-room, cement
rowoment. Phone Tabor (H;-
tlo73 KOR 5-ROOM MODERN.
Must sell my bungalow, ilreplace, buf-
Tt. uuun Kiicnfn, cem-nt uast-meiit.
laundry trays ; will su fJ-Z eiult v for
$;0 caxh : -Jol E. 7uth st. N. 1'hone ,
OOOU. comfortable, homey, near.y new
house at Ml E. 47th eu N.. liobo :ity
Park; & rooms downstairs, cement base
ment, furnace, nice yard, everything com
plete and good neighborhood ; terms If
desired. Inquire neat door. Tabor L'071.
$1700 $17. $175011700 $1750
5 -room modern, oak floors, fireplace, ce
ment Dascmeni. i..u casn.
OWNER, MAIN 3730.
PAY NO MORE RENT.
$40 per mont h buys this 8-room new.
modern I a u re I hurst home, s luOO under I
value. 2 blocks from car, view lot. Price
$",SOQ. from owner. Evenings Tabor
SNAP 0-room brick house, two lots, full
basement, oath, pantry. i rruit trees, z
blocks to car; cost $3300 to build house.
If taken at once will cll for $-100. Act
O uUik. Y 640, Oregonian.
J-KOOM modern house, on choieo lot In
fruit and garden; good chicken yard; $850
on easy terms. ruts is a oarain and in
vites your closest inspection. bee owner
at filS Piatt bldg.
a RARfiAIS 4 houses (all rented! on
ground 200x50 In good payroll town close
to Portland; will sacniioe an for s.'buu ;
trms on part or will divide; no agents.
Owner. AR QQtf, Oregon. an.
750 (-ROOM houso with gas, fine corner
lot, $250 cash, oniy iu a montn; su min
utes out on Mt. Scott car. Occupied by
Owner. 6504 55th ave. S. E. Phone Tabor
MODERN 8-room house with large tract of
five lets in snruos ana i w u . near gooa
carline In pleasant locality; oniy e-.ou.
Full particulars at pip rim piag.
a jtcw tt-room house, on East 18th st. X.,
In Irvington. at a snap. - See owner at o-6
Chamber of Commerce.
IR VIVOTON Rwll and cheap homes. ary
payments, ieianunt, jruoam .vuk
ALA M El? A r A RK.
BcautUul, new, T rooms and tars g .
Broadway car to 7th ujni IVIaAou. owner,
feiilmrlvin llo.n Properly.
I DEAL SUBUKHAN HONUCSITlC.
From 1 to 10 acres, rich land, well
Teloped community; 30 minutes out, with
lt bir red teel trains daily each wa?
th rough it. Buy now at our low prices
acd easy payments, Lst us nhow vou.
THE bHAW-KEAR COilPANV.
30 Fourth St,
1IAGNIFICENT suburban home, 0 lots,
choice variety fruit, shrubbery, fin lawn,
beautiful Dutch colonial house, znasslva
fireplace, porch, sleeping porch Oregon
City line; fOGOu, hail cah. AG 60 U. Ore
ton ia n.
VLRY desirable 1 1-3 acres, with 6-mi.
House. Just refmished. in city limits; fine
soil for car den 5c fare, extremely low
price and eajsy terms to relmhle party.
I'mbden-toclc Leaxson Co.. 3itf OaJc st.
GIBSON" HALF ACRES.
Good soil, food water, close to carl in a.
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 15S5 or Pellwood 47tt.
JO ti -NCi IBSO.V, OAVNEli.
DANDY country home, close in, will sell
cheap, highly cultivated, new buildfncs,
plastered house, Koodwater. Tabor t4ti4.
For JSmIo Acres kc.
COLV1LLE INDIAN RESERVATION open.
f lULiKuia'iua s:nea. iiei our 1.x -root oe
tall mu-p, showing Indian allotments, min
ing and grazing reserves, etc.. with our T0-
svuge oootciet ot data and pictures, and we
keep you posted by personal Utter, com-
Slete. $1. Office open evenings. Seven
ranch offices on the ground to locate you.
Auto stage connections to aU reservation
points xrom poKane office. .Headquarters.
Western Realty iiureau. W. jr. Cochrane,
general manager, 17 Prague ave., tpo
COLVILLE reservation map and dee crip Lion,
i. air num. voivu.e, v ash.
For Sale Act cage.
BEAUTIFXTI, COl'XTRT HOMKSirE.
driveway out of Portland; lava line;
choice neighborhood; price S2i:so. lOi
cash w ill locate you on this, terms
to suit on balance. Liieddernann, Com
pany, ila Chamber of Commerce.
Vi, ACRE, "West Side, only 15 minutes' car
ride: i-cent fare: best value in Portland
at f.wO. tlO cash, balance 5 per month:
on tract like this you can raise ail your
rgeiHoirfl, oerries, chicKens. etc., which is
tne greater part of your liviu. M. li.
Lee. G0." Corbet t bide.
ACREAGE in famous Tualatin Valley; bst
of BOl( cood iocmUon JtjW pricea. Quanti-
tle?, and lt;rma to purchaser. Handy
Bros, owners, 2ol stc-t Kxchiuige bidg.
i ei. .M a re n n 1 1 u
CidlCKLN. FRUIT. GARDEN RANCHES.
Near Portland; $75 to tUOO dct acre:
easy terms; beet soil. Farms for sale, all
sixes. McKarland. autf Yeon bldg.. Portland
S to $10 PER ACRE Portland. -5 miltss;
gooa lana. easily ciearea ; vtreams, nuar
lail'-oad and river. J. O'Keaue, Van
ONE ACRE of choice garden land, with -
room oungaiow. barn, ciiicxen houses and
yards Price. $ld.0; clo&o to good bo car
l ino. Full parucuiara at &15 Piatt bidg.
ACRE tracts, near city; on carline and paved
roaa; sa casn. j Der mo., o per cent In
terest. Owner, 017 Chamber of Commerce.
ACRES in potatoes. 5c fare. 41200.
Mt bcott Drug a tore. Len ls.
13 ACRES, worth 100 per acre; take 1-8
tor quick saie. owner, Y b. oregonian.
For Kale Farms.
WHEAT land for sale and trade. Want lit
tle chicken ranch close to town. W acres
of this land raised 4000 bu wheat last
year, have 90 acres In wheat and oats
this year. Will want $1500 cash and the
rest In trade or on time at io.oi an
acre. 4 horses, machinery and all tools
go with ploce. Will trade for range
horses or cattle. W, E. Ureen, bteveilie.
BUY' FIVE ACRES and plant part in logan
berries; mey tnnve in Oregon ana can Da
profitably raised for Juice or for drying;
we have cleared bench and bottom lands,
one mile to good Valley railroad town;
finest soil, creeks and springs; good roads,
employment. schools ; five acres with
house, 20 down, $10 month; unimproved
lanae at less; let us show you. J. R,
Sharp, 63 4 3d St.. room 0o7. Portland. Or.
0000 ACRES of logged-off land in various
parts of suothwestern Washington for sale
to settlers only at prices ranging from
$5 per acre tip. Small cush payment down,
balance tn 10 annual payments, with, in
terest at 9 per cent. Call or write lor
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER CO..
Tacoma Bldg.. Tacoma, Wash.
i STOCK and dairy ranch for sale 220 acres.
IfiO in cultivation, balance pasture, some
timber, house, barn, outbuiluings, silo,
near three K, R. stations 0 miles from
Hilltsboro. Is absllutely one of the best
dairy and stock farms In the state Must
be sold at once. For price and terms ad
dress J. C. Kuratti, Hillsboro, Or.
Sb3 ACRES grain, fruit, dairy farm. 4 miles
from Albany, water piped to ouiiainga;
want smaller farm, cash or Income in Sa
lem or Portland; good terms on balance:
give particulars first letter. Route 2, box
las, Albany. Or.
4000 ACRES stump land, in solid body. high.
percentage level, splendidly watered wltu
flowing streams; Ideal for aun-k raisin ff
or dividing; price Slu per A. 010 Cham
ber of Commerce. Phone Marshall 3 5S.'.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY LANDS,
Eastern Montana, at j-.oo to is per acre;
suitable for farming or grazing; easy
terms. For Information write or see W.
E. Holt. Mile City. Mont,
40 ACRES, Clarke Co., Wash., loged-off
land, spring. na noi.se, a. v nuura irum
Portland, $1000. $335 cash. balance
terms. per cent Interest. Pigeon Spring
Logging Co., 310 Lumbermen's bldg.
FOR SALE One-half section In Umatilla
County, Oregon, miles norm ot xi.-...
Spring watt r. Good wheat land. Will
consider trade. Address, Victor .L. Nelson,
R . 2 , Wall a Walla. Wash. -
MY STOOO1 city ranch, free irrigated, dairy.
chicken, xruit, too is aua slock, u
taken before July 1. The Carlsbad of
America, pop. tMKtO, latitude 2ooO; fishing
and hunting. Mrs J acker, Ashland, or.
1 AJl.t., ail IU cuiuvaiiuu, Ji imuuir.-.
walk rrom town or lumnin, per aero,
K1TTER. LOWE Ac D E FOREST.
205-207 Board of Trade Bidg.
LOGGED-OFF stump land, $10 acre up:
terms: good sou; running water, maraets,
employment. J. R. Sharp, 557 Sherloclc
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
IRVINGTON OR WEST SIDE HOUSE
Have 8-room. strictly modern bouse tn
Willamette Heiphts. clear of debt; valu
ation $y0o0: ftoxluo lot: fine view and in.
lovely neighborhood; want to exchanna
this for a larger house with more than
one lot in IRVINGTON or no ad West id
location; will not consider Portland
Heights; will assume a reasonable mort
gage. See me at once as my client means
buHlnesa and will deal without dWay If
your property is priced right and well lo-
K n'-TaTON', 621 Toon Bldg. Main
FINE, clos-ia lot. &OxlOO; free from 1"-
cumorancef. jvni onercu aw
on this lot. Want close-in acreage on
GOOD road ; land need not be improved,
but MI'ST be cr.od soil and Iny well. I,ot
has cost over f Jot. Wish exchange about
tins value; might assume small amount.
AI 6-3. Oregonian.
OWNER of vacant lots to build small snop
outside ox men-rent uistnct, fcio wv--1
1 o u. W Oregonian.
STANDARD Abntrert Co., W. R HaisP.
preidt-mt. 4- mock tx. mag. .-asiu v. .
WII-L. I-EAiE FOR TERM UK 1 bAH.
lu ars improved raneh, 1! mi.s from
town V mi's from Portia nd. arrn
cultivated, 2o acres beaverdam. WUl
build new pllo. barn and fences. Payment
can bf divided. Soo Mr. Jouno.
HI TTKR. 1 ,OW K At P E " R EST,
j o r. "7 Fo?rd ot Trado Bidg.
FOR RENT Farm of iu acr-s n'ar i-aurei.
convenience, X -l. Oresonian
FOR HXJ-Ju TIMBER l.AXI.
BottsnT and r.n.
.T. M'CRAKEN, i4 M'KAY FLPO.
TIE M A KERS looking for contract; ties fnr
any logging inMnia. v. i -couch
st. Rsdoslof Xicoloff.
BY owners, 7 ft to itt rniiiion, . nines o
salt water unarms. ru
K. C. WHITE. Cbehalis, A a.-h.
BEAUT1F1.tTj home. 7 rooms, hardwood.
floors psvea srreet, ezcpii-m nets -hood
' Price $500. mtg. $2000. will trad,
for well-located timber claim. C. C Shay.
7 Chamber of Commerce. Mar. 12.
TO EXCHANGE REATj ESTATE.
WILT. trade my equity modern 8-room house.
and lot for acreatze or city property, can
o w ner. Pellwood 1621.
NEAR ASHLAND, 14 acres of Rogue River
Valley orchard tract, now In alfalfa. Sea
owner. 628 Chamber of Commerce.
40 ACRES good timber, near Astoria, for
hcuse equity. iRin M7.
$2r.o FIRST mortgage, gilt edq and 2 clear
lot, ror launeu. unamocr ot v om.
, WANT small auto. Have 2 acres good,
xriut land, citar. ao uo. orecoman.
yon KENT FARMS.