Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, September 15, 1917, Page 14, Image 14

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TOE 3IORNIXG OltEGOXTAN, SATURDAY. SEPTE3IBER 15, 1917.
WOOD SHIP LIST IS 118
Chamber of Commerce Com
pletes Check in This District.
2 STEEL VESSELS AFLOAT
Fourteen Thousand Men Engaged In
Industry and More Are Expected
to Be Added In Spring as
New Plants Proceed.
In a complete check made by the
Chamber of Commerce of the number
of wooden vessels under contract In
Oregon, the total is placed at 118. of
wfcich 75 are for the Government, 23
on private account and 20 for France.
Added to that are two steel steamers
afloat that are being: finished and 21
others are either on the ways or con
tracted for.
In the Portland district alone It Is
said there areapproximately 14,000 men
employed on new construction, either at
shipyards or in plants where machin
ery is being: built, as well as in other
industries where equipment of differ
ent kinds is being: turned out.
The payroll today is the largrest in
the history of shipbuilding: in Oregon,
yet it is estimated that to carry on
the building: programme, as appears Im
perative to deliver tonnage on time,
8000 to 10,000 men must be Joined with
the present force by Spring. They will
be required in new yards now under
way as well as in augmenting the
forces at other establishments that
have only made a start.
There are some plants not yet fav
ored with Government contracts. As
it is fully expected business will be
placed with them, even a more ex
tensive army of workers will be called
on. for by Spring next year it Is fore
cast every plant in the state will be
operating to its maximum capacity.
Even more far reaching than is ap
parent here is the wooden vessel con
struction activity, for it stretches into
the timber along the Columbia River
and the Willamette Valley, also inland
from Tillamook and Coos Bay, wherb
wooden ships are provided for, so it
takes in logging camps and mills, some
to the extent of almost depending on
their capacity.
Mills are cutting such quantities of
6hip material that commercial orders
have been sacrificed in some cases and
in others It has required the co-operation
of several plants to get out one
offshore cargo.
DOCK RECEIPTS GO HIGHER
Revenue for Last Month More Than
Twice That for August, 1916.
Municipal dock receipts for August,
amounting to $7115.47, exceed those for
August, 1916, by $3325.56, and much the
same story was told in a comparison of
the July revenues. The September busi
ness bids fair to show a normal trend
and it may gain over the last period.
The docks and warehouses are being
used for storage purposes to a large ex
tent and that, coupled with the freight
' that moves across the docks to and
from vessels, is keeping them busy.
The St. Johns terminal, where will be
located the grain elevator and addi
tional wharf facilities -also, will draw
certain trade after the war, while tht
docks in the main harbor will continue
to retain much of their present patron
age, because both are desirably located
for hauling to and from wholesale;.
storehouses. The Fifteenth-street ter
minal is the best in that regard so far
because of having berthins space for
more vessels and there being two ware
houses in the rear, though later ware
houses undoubtedly will be erected in
the rear of the East Washington-street
terminal. No changes are contemplated
at the Pittsburg-street terminal, St
Johns. .
JAP DESERTER IS CAUGHT
Three of Somedono Maru's Crew
Missing; One Falls to Gain Shore.
One little, brown seaman of the crew
of the Japanese tramp Somedono Maru,
loading lumber at the North Pacific
mill, encountered a keen disappoint
ment In the person of a watchman late
Thursday night, when he escaped from
the ship but was caught after advanc
ing shoreward about 100 yards. He
was less fortunate than a fellow tar a
few nights before, he being yet at lib
erty. Two more left the vessel when
Bhe was lying at Inman-Poulsen's last
week, so rewards of $25 each have been
posted for the absentees.
Under new regulations of the immi
gration service photographs of the
crews must be furnished the Govern
ment officers at the expense of the ship.
eo those who take French leave are
more easily traced than in the past.
Also, a sailor on shore leave must have
with him a copy of the photograph and
identification card or else suffer arrest.
EVA IS BEING DISMANTLED
Noted Steamer of Coos Bay Country
Turned Into Scow.
MAHSHFIELD, Or., Sept. 14. (Spe
elaL) The steamer Eva, formerly the
property of th Umpqua River Steam
Navigation Company, running for years
between Scotts-burg, Gardiner and the
Winchester Bay beach. Is passing Into
History and was sold recently for
scow. Her license was given up this
week and the craft Is now the property
of the Umpqua Improvement Company,
which is dismantling her.
The Eva is known to every Orego
man and others who came to Coos Bay
over the Gardiner stage coach route.
and served from 1904 to 1916. One fa
miliar feature of the Eva's long service
. was Captain "Jimmy Smith, who al
ways Insisted on getting all that was
coming to the company. The skipper
was a popular man and known far and
wide among travelers.
CHAMPOEG GETS NEW HULIi
Bids to Be Opened October 15 for
Rehabilitating Federal Dredge.
Construction of a new hull for the
Government dredge Champoeg has been
provided for in the budget made avail
able under the last rivers and har
bors bill and specifications were got
ten together yesterday at the office
of the Second Oregon District, bids
to be opened October 17. The Cham
poeg has been sent to the Cowlitz
River to resume dredging. She will
have made sufficient headway by the
time the contract is awarded that It
can be estimated when she can be
withdrawn to have the house and ma
chinery transferred.
The digger was originally built In
1895 and was known as U. S. Engineer
No. 1, being a dipper dredge then, but
later a small suction gear was also
rigged so she was made available for
almost any kind of work in the Cow
litz, Lewis and Clatskanie rivers.
Schooner to Be Launched Thursday
ABERDEEN, Wash., Sept. 14. (Spe
cial.) A large auxiliary schooner,
building here for Arthur Sather, of Nor
way, will be launched at the Aberdeen
Shipyards next Thursday. She is 290
feet long:, a double-decker, and will
have a capacity for carrying: 2,000,000
feet of lumber. As soon as she is
launched a Government keel will be
started in her berth. This will be the
second keel to gro down at these yards
for a Federal Shipping: Board vessel.
Five Government ships will be under
construction at these yards by Janu
ary 1.
FREIGHT CROWDS STEAMERS
Tahoma and Bailey Gatzert Late in
Making Portland.-
Loaded with many products, but prin
cipally fruit and salmon, the steamer
Tahoma, of the People's line, reported
from The Dalles yesterday afternoon,
IS hours late because of the rush of
business. The steamer Bailey Gatzert,
of the Regulator line, was crowded
much the same, being unable to reach
port Thursday and It was noon yester
day when she tied up at Alder-street
dock. Though Thursday night's trip to
The Dalles was omitted, she left on
schedule last night.
The run of salmon on the middle
river is reported good and shipments
are heavy, while many orchardists are
moving peaches and such products in
quan tity.
On the Lower Columbia the steamboat
lines are feeling the effects of the new
fishing season, and shipments to log
ging camps and plants are holding up.
WOODCRAFT DELEGATES LEAVE
Rose City Carries Los Angeles Wom
en Homeward After Meeting.
Streamers of serpentine paper, scores
of them, joined the liner Rose City with
Ainsworth dock yesterday, they having
oeen tnrown oy delegations of Neigh
bors of Woodcraft, the Portland con
tingents marshaling on the dock to
bid adieu to delegations from Southern
California. The latter came In on the
liner Beaver from Los Angeles last
week to attend sessions held here and
left for home yesterday. The serpen
tine paper held intactauntll the steamer
had swung some distance from the dock
and made a pretty effect as it was
caught by the breeze.
Captain Parker had a good list of
travelers for San Francisco and Los
Angeles and almost a full load of cargo.
including sou tons of old crop wheat.
WILLAPA HARBOR IS AIDED
Appropriation of $71,000 Is Contin
gent on Local Subscription.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. The Senate
resolution to appropriate $71,000 for
improvement of Willapa Harbor, Wash
ington, was adopted today by the
House.
It Is contingent upon an equal
amount being raised by local interests.
River Improvements to Be Made.
KELSO, Wash.. Sept. 14. (Special.)
The Government dredge Monticello will
move into the Cowlitz River In the neat
future to commence work near the
mouth of the stream closing up Blake-
ly drift, through which part of the flow
or the river goes into the Columbia. A
pile-driving outfit is now moving into
the river to build a jetty, and the dredge
will make a fill behind the jetty. This
worK will divert the entire stream
through the regular channel. Construc
tion of an additional unit of the dike
In front of the Slaughter place also will
be started soon.
New Boat Proposed.
nENTRAI.Tl Wish Cn. IE
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cial.) C. P. Stay ton, of Kelso, Is con
sidering placing a boat on the Cowlitz
tO riin dlrAPt hAtwAAn TaI.Ja " 1 T .
land the year around. The boat will
ow uiic, xoo leei in length, and
will have a draft of 18 inches, whereas
the shallowest water on the river bars
.i any iime or me year Is ZO Inches.
Mr. Stayton was in Toledo this week in
teresting business men and farmers
L.AAVA AAA tUO iJJ UJCCU
Marine Notes.
"W. D. B. Dodson. lAc-Atn rv f tha rv. n
ber of Commerce, is endeavoring to arrange
a week-end cruise for students in the
nautical school now conducted on the second
floor ot the Oregon building. He hopes to
Interest Inspector Warraclc ot the 17th light
house district, so when a tender la avail
able here the men may be taken to sea for
a day or two and permitted to study at first
hand.
It is hoped to have certain overhaullnr
completed aboard the tur Sn m nn tnrf.v
and she will leave tor Puget Sound towing
two barges.
Colonel J. J. Morrow. Corns of Knr1n.,r,
U. S. A., formerly in charge of the first
Portland district and who was on duty when
The Eal!es-Celilo Canal was finished, visited
ine District olllces yesterday, he having re
turned from the Panama Canal, whera h
went from Portland. Colonel Morrow la to
commana one ot the engineer forestry reg
iments now being organized.
George Dennis. Seaside aeent for th
North Bank road, is to represent the Har-
Klns line at Astoria In the future. J. W.
Humell Is acting as Astoria aicent at pres
ent, having relieved H. A. Hoffman a few
days ago.
Until it Is determined whether ih xhall
bo placed in service with the Kassalo dur
ing the Fall rush, or business falls off so
she can handle It Instead of the Hassalo,
tne u.-w. n. & N. steamer Harvest Queen
is to remain at Ash-street dock, where she
has been tied up with the slde-wheeler
T. J. Potter.
Captain Charles Green came Into port yes
terday wtth the McCormlck steamer Multno
mah, the vessel being laden with general
cargo, part of which was unloaded at Couch
street dock and the remainder at the Oak
street dock of the Parr-McCormick line. Th.
Multnomah experienced an easy run up the
Coast. She loads lumber at St. Helens for
the return to Southern California and will
sail Wednesday. Already passenger reser
vations nave been made.
Having an average cargo and usual num
ber of passengers, the Emerald line steamer
Breakwater sailed xrom Columbia dock last
night for the Golden Gate, via Marshf ield
and Eureka.
Construction operations at the plant 6f the
Willamette Iron A Bteel Works have at
tained such a pitch six big ficotoh marine
boilers are being completed every month.
wnicn is ratea tne record.
Robert Hickson. assistant engineer in tht
Second Portland District. In charge of Colo
nel zmn, corps or Engineers, U. S. A., is
preparing for the regular September survey.
which la to be started next week at the
entrance to the Columbia River.
William J. Pearson, stationed at the
Aleutian Islands lightatatlon. Is in the city
and has applied to enter the United States
nautical school In the Oregon building. Be
sides having spent several years at sea, he
has had IS years' experience In the light
bouse service and believes he can be of serv
ice In the new merchant marine. Comment
lng on conditions at his station, Mr. Pearson
said one feature he noticed was that geese
were leaving tne vicinity a month to live
weeks earlier than usual, which he thinks
Indicates an early Winter.
Inspection of the former tug Resolute,
now a gasoline vessel, was conducted yes
terday at the Instance of United States
Steamvessel Inspectors Edwards and wynn.
As the city of Portland is interested In
the street end. It has been determined to
close the approach to Ash-street dock, which
Is not in use at present, except as moorings
for two steamrs.
On her last trip to Salem for about six
weeks, because the locks at Oregon Cltr
are to be closed for repairs, the steamer
Grahamona leaves this morning tor Salem
and will return tomorrow to be tied up. The
steamer oregonia leaves tomorrow lor Day
ton and way landings, returning Monday,
and Tuesday she will proceed above the
locks to remain tied up there while im
provement operations are under way.
Bringing about 40,000 cases of salmon
from Nushagak, where the pack of the
Alaska-Portland Packers' Association was
86.000 cases, the bark Berlin arrived up yes
terday. The Levi G. Burgess brought 46.000
cases, which she is discharging at the Kit-teenth-street
terminal.
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
High. Low.
16:31 A. M 0.4 feet
0:25 P. M 7.7 feet,6:52 P. M 1.1 feet
Transport Superintendent Named.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. Major-General
Carroll Devol has been appointed
depot quartermaster and general super
intendent of the Army transport serv
ice at San Francisco.
50 SHIPS ORDERED
British Columbia to Produce
Tonnage of 117,000.
VALUE PUT AT $27,000,000
Estimated Carrying Capacity of
Vessels Under Contract Given as
185,000 Tons, Exclusive of
Craft Too Small to JList.
VANCOUVER, B. C. Sept. 14. British
Columbia's shipbuilding programme
provides for the construction of some
117,000 gross tons of commercial ship
ping, having a total carrying capacity
of about 18o,000 tons.
The value of these ships, 50 in all,
s in the neighborhood of S27.000.000.
While this estimate of construction
tonnage is only approximate, it in
cludes practically every ship of im
portance in freight carrying.
mere are, however, a number of
small ships being built, such as fishing
boats, which have not been included.
With these the total gross tonnage
would be about 150,000.
All the ships forming a part of the
present programme of shipbuilding are
taken into account. Some of the ships
are already in the water, some are
scarcely begun, but the amount of ton
nage given represents definite con
tracts only.
ONE TRIP MAY PAY FOR SHIP
Xew Schooner Betsy Ross Chartered
at $93 per M. to Carry lumber.
TACOMA, Wash.. Sept, 14. (Special.)
Chartered to carry lumber from
ruget sound to Australia, thence to an
Atlantic Coast port, probably NewDort
News, the new schooner Betsy Ross,
Deing completed at the Seaborn yards
will probably on her first vovaerla
make enough, to practically pay for the
vessel.
The schooner J. W. Clise will take
lumber from the Columbia River to
West Coast ports of South America at
a rate of S42 per thousand feet. The
Betsy Ross will receive J93 Der thou
sand. It is believed the latter will
carry close to 1,800,000 feet.
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotes.
ASTORIA. Or., Sept. 14. (SDecial.. The
tank steamer Atlas arrived from Callfor-
nia bringing fuel oil tor Astoria and Port
land. The steam schooner San Jacinto la en route
from San Francisco via Coos Bay and will
load lumber at Rainier, Portland and West
port. The steamship Northern Pacific arrived
today from San Francisco, bringing a large
list of passengers and a heavy freight.
ine barK oainecocK. formerly the German
bark Arnoldus Vlnnen, which Is lumber
laden for Australia, is being delayed by the
Inability to get a crew.
ltie steamer Rose .City was expected to
sail tonight for San Francisco and San
Pedro carrying freight and passengers.
ine steam schooner Daisy Is expected to
finish loading lumber at Knappton tomor
row and sail for San Francisco.
The steam schooner Santlam will com
plete her cargo of lumber at the Hammond
mill tonight or tomorrow and sail for San
Pedro.
The steam schooner Johan Poulsen. which
is loading lumber at Westport. Is expected
to complete her cargo tomorrow.
The steam schooner Santa Barbara ar
rived from' San Francisco to load lumber
at Oak Point, Rainier and Westport.
COOS BAT, Or., Sept. 14. (Special.)
The steamer Adeline Smith. from San
Francisco, is due tomorrow for a lumber
cargo.
The schooner San Jacinto, arriving this
morning, at 7:30, comes for a pick-up lum
ber cargo and will load at various mills.
The Umpqua River tug Gleaner sailed
for Gardiner, carrying wood and general
freight.
The steam schooner G. C. Llndauer. load
ing at the Bay Park Lumber Company I
dock. Is finishing cargo tonight and will sail
tomorrow morning for San Francisco.
The carpenters strike on Puget Sound Is
not expected to affect Coos Bay work, since
there is no sign of trouble in any of the
mills or shipyards.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Sept. 14. (Special.)
The steamers Svea and Chehalls cleared
last night for San Francisco.
The steamer Grays Harbor cleared today
from the Hulbert mill for San Francisco.
The steamer Multnomah will bo due Mon
day.
The schooner William Olson la due from
Honolulu.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Sept. 14. (Special.)
The steamer Manila Maru, of the O. S. K.
fleet, arrived here today with a cargo con
taining a shipment of silk valued at
J5.000.000.
The nrst ruii-riggea snip ever to enter
Lake Union passed into that harbor basin
today when the ship Abner Coburn was an
chored at the new Winter quarters of the
Llbby, McNeil & Llbby Company.
The schooner Guanacaste, built on the
Columbia River, finished a cargo of creosote
at Eagle Harbor this morning and cleared
from this port for Panama. This is her
maiden voyage.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Sept. 14. Arrived Steamer
Multnomah, from San Francisco; ship Berlin,
from KushCgak. Sailed Steamers Breakwa
ter, for San Francisco, via Coos Bay and
Eureka: Rose City, for San Francisco and
San Pedro.
ASTORIA. Sept. 14. Arrived at 10 and
left up at 11:15 A. M.. steamer Santa Bar
bara, from San Francisco: arrived at 2:10
P. M steamer Northern Pacific, from San
Francisco; arrived at 8 P. M., steamer At
las, from El Segundo.
BAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 14. Arrived at
11 A. M.. steamer F. A. Kllburn. from Port
land, via Coos Bay and Eureka; arrived at
8 P. M., steamer Great Northern, from
Flavel.
SAN PEDRO, Sept. 14. Sailed Steamer
Beaver, for Portland.
ASTORIA. Sept. 18. Arrived at T and left
up at 8 P. M., steamer Multnomah, from
San Francisco.
EUREKA, Sept. 18. Arrived Steamer
Carlos, from Portland.
SAN PEDRO. Sept. 18. Arrived Steam
er Flavel. from Columbia River; steamer
Ryder Hanify, from Portland.
BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 14. Sailed Dais)
Putnam, for Columbia River; Helene, for
Willapa Harbor. Arrived F. A. Kllburn.
from Portland and way porta; Katharine,
from Columbia River; Star of Iceland, from
Nushagak; Llewellin J. Morse, from Nusha
gak; Bark Hecna, from Naknek; Bohemia,
from Naknek: Bactolua. from Naknek; Al
bert, from Bristol Bay: Star of Italy, from
Bristol Bay; Star of Lapland, from Bristol
Bay; Nushak. from Bristol Bay; Great
Northern, from Flavel; J. A. Moffett, from
Prince Rupert.
SEATTLE. 6ept. 14. Arrived Steamers
Curacao and United States transport Cook,
from Anchorage; Admiral Schley, from San
Francisco. Sailed Steamers Juneau, for
Nome and St. Michael; Admiral Walnwrlght,
for Alaska: Governor, for San Francisco and
San Diego; Nome City, for San Francisco;
motor schooner Guanacaste, for Panama.
A PACIFIC PORT, Sept. 14. Arrived
Steamer Manila Maru. from the Orient.
Sailed Steamer Yokohama, for the Orient.
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD. Sept. 14. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M., foggy; wind southeast, 22
miles.
WHEAT IS MOVING RAPIDLY
More Than 250,000 Bushels Sold at
at Walla Walla in Two Days.
WALLA WALLA, Y &&., Eapt, 1C
AMUSEMENTS.
TTTTiTT T1 Bdw'j at Taylor
XlHiXllUr M.ln 1 A 112
iE TONIGHT 8:15
SPECIAL PRICE
MAT. TODAY 2 :15
OLIVER MOROSCO Presents
Brilliant Musical Farce
SO LONG LETT Y
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD
Excellent Cast Stunntng Chorus.
Novelty Orchestra.
Eves. Floor, 11 rows 12. 7 rows $1.50.
Balcony. II. 75c, 60c. Gallery. SO.
Today's Mat. $1.50. II. 75c SOc.
FANTAGEQ
MATINEE DAILY 2:30
OWEN M'GITENET
The celebrated English actor in wonderful
interpretations of "Oliver Twist."
S OTHER BIG ACTS S
Three performances dally.
Night curtain at 7 and 0.
LYRIC
KEATING St FLOOD
Present
DILLON & FRANK
In the Big Musical Success
"Frolics of the Day"
80 People in the Cast.
BASEBALL
RECREATION PARK.
Corner Vaughn and Xvrenty-fourth Sts.
PORTLAND
LOS ANGELES
SEPT. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15. 1.
Games Br it In Weekdays at 8 P. M.
suudajs, 2:30 P. M. ' .
Reserved Box Seats for Sale at Ed
wards' Cigar Stand, Sixth and Wash
ington Sts.
LADIES' DAY'S:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays (Except Holidays).
Boys Under 15 Free to Central Bleach
ers Wednesday.
(Special.) Walla Walla County wheat
has commenced to move rapidly. With
the final announcement that there was
no chance of a Coast terminal being
.made, the farmers began selling; yes
terday, and today grain came in much
large quantity. More than a quarter
million bushels were sold: in the two
days The wheat sold at $1.90 for
bluestem and '1.85 for club, 90 per cent
down and 10 per cent on the return
of the grading certificates.
Some of the sales were: George Glnn,
4000 sacks Jenkins" club; William El
liott, 8000 sacks club; Joe Talbot, 1300
sacks club; Jack McFeeley, 4000 sacks
club; J. J. Mangan, 4000 bushels blue
stem; Oscar Grant, 4000 bushels early
Bart Roy Frazler, 800O bushels club;
Oscar Baxter, 800O bushels club; Kan
& Son, 4000 bushels club; Oscar Abby,
8000 bushels club; Forest Buroker,
6000 bushels club.
$7,000,000 CARGOES IN
SALMON SHIPMENTS PROM FVAR
NORTH SET NEW RECORD.
Twenty-four Honrs Receipts From
Alaska Fleet Total Hundreds of
Thousands of Cases.
SAI FRANCISCO. Sept. 14. (Spe
cial.) Mors than $7,000,000 worth of
salmon was brought to this port
Thursday night and today from the
canneries In Alaska, making a record
for 24 hours in the amount and value
of the catch. Seven of the Alaska
Packers' Association's fleet and three
vessels of other companies came
through the Golden Gate from Bristol
Bay, Alaska.
Packers' vessels and their cargoes
were: The bark star, of Iceland. 64.-
451 cases; ship Santa Clara. 51,666
cases; ship Llewellyn J. Morse, 38.689
cases; ship Bohemia, 20,522 cases; ship
Star of Lapland, 110,240 cases: bark
Star of Italy, 41,448 cases; bark Star of
France. 40.849 cases. The " Bohemia
also brought 3500 barrels of salted sal
mon.
Frank B. Peterson's bark, Hecla, had
a cargo of 61,923 cases of canned sal
mon and 332 barrels of salted salmon,
and the bark Pcatolus. 68.223 cases of
canned salmon and 450 barrels of salt
ed salmon. Olson Brothers' bark. Al
bert, brought 4500 barrels of Baited
salmon.
Comparatively few of the fleet of the
Alaska Packers' Association will be
wintered in Oakland Creek, as in for
mer years. Negotiations are pending
from the chartering to shipping firms
of a number of the large sailing ves
sels for offshore voyages.
The Star of Lapland, which arrived
today, was chartered by G. W. McNear
& Company for a voyage to Manilla.
The steamship Appeles. Captain Ryer.
and the steamship Wat&nga, Captain
Crabb, were dispatchel by Williams,
Dlmond & Company. The Appeles was
formerly the German steamship Elsass
and the Watanga was formerly the
German steamship Gouv. Jaeschke.
$400,000 CACHE REVEALED
Spanish Gold Found in Arizona Be
lieved Hidden by Priests.
PHOENIX. Arts., Sept. 14. Discovery
of 3400,000. cached in the hills of Gra
ham County, this state, is reported by
H. R. Whitman, of Solomonville. The
discovery was made by Joe Walsey, a
cowboy, according to Whitman.
While hunting stray cattle northwest
of Solomonville, Walsey found a tree
trunk from which the handle of a
shovel prortruded. Digging disclosed an
iron box containing old Spanish gold
coins and gold vessels, the intricate
working of which is said to bring the
value of the find above the $400,000 es
timated as its worth in bullion.
The gold has been taken to Stafford,
seat of Graham County, and placed In
security. Old residents say Walsey has
discovered a hiding place of priests
who left that section about 76 years
ago, when it was a part of Mexico. It
has always been thought that the
priests burled the church wealth before
fleeing.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAI. REPORT.
PORTLAND, Sept. 14. Maximum tem
perature. 62 degrees: minimum temperature.
52 degrees. River reading, 8 A. M., 3.7 feet;
change In last 24 hours, 0.1-foot fall. Total
rainfall (5 P. M. to S P. M.) .45 inch: total
rainfall since September 1, 1017, 1.70 Inches;
normal rainfall since September -1, .62 inch;
excess of rainfall since September 1. 1817,
1.08 inches. Sunrise. 6:48 A. M. ; sunset, 6:25
P. M. Total sunshine, none; possible sun
shine, 12 hours, 86 minutes. Moonrtse, 0:07
A. M.; moonset, U P. M. Bremetr re-
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K. STEPHAIS, hemstitching, scalloping, a.c
dion, side pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders. 8 Pit Lock Block, Brenuway lout).
ELITiS hemstitching and button shop, pleat
lacs. Mall orders prompt. y filled. Work
guaranteed. 3!vt Morrison St. Main
ASSAYEBS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSi" OFFICE. 142 Second
faoid. sl'ver and platinum bought.
AGATE CUTTER AXD itFU. JEWELER.
AGATES cut and polished; jewelry and
watch repairing. Miller's. 343 y Wash, iu
ATTORNEYS.
ATTOiWEY-AI-UW, 018 Pittock block. No
charge for consultations.
CANCER.
L-M- JONES. M. 13. CANCER TREATEU.
312 Morgan bids. Marshall 6148.
CARPET WEAVERS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Carpet cleaning, reiittlng, etc Northwest
Rug Co., 1E8 E. 8th sL Both phones.
CELLl'LOIl) BUTTONS.
THE IRW1N-HODSON COMPANY,
887 Washington. Bdwy. 434. A 1254.
CHIROPODIST.
William. Esteile and William, Jr.. Deveney,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 302 Gerlinger bldg.. southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phona Main 1301.
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS.
BICK. PEOPLE. Dr. McMahon, Macleay bldg.
fapeciallsts 100 per cent chiropractic 81
adjustments. S15; seven. 15. Making good.
CIRCULAR LETTERS.
CRANE LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
6e22. lou letters multigraphed. 1.50.
COLLECTION AGENCIES.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collections, no charge; established 1900.
' DANCING.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. 85 5th;
bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private lessors. tZ;
A. M., P. M., eve; latest dances guaranteed;
class Thurs.. Sat, eve. 7-8:30. Bdwy. 2160.
Mr. and Mrs. Heath's School, lessons dally,
class Hon., Tues. eve., 8 to 10. 10t 2d St..
bet. Wash. Stark. Main 3205. Lessons 26c
GALVANIZING.
STANDARD GALVANIZING CO., located at
20 Grand ave., does all kinds galvanizing,
electric and hot dip; ship work aollcUetL
Phone East 6113. H 1813.
MUSICAL.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Staff of teachers. O.
C. M 345 Washington St., Portland, Or.
PIANO LESSONS. 261) 14th. Terms $3 per
month. Ph. Main 3803. Modern methods.
WHOLESALERS AND
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLB BUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
DRY GOODS.
L. DINKELSPIEL CO. fiaiVKS USSr
Comforters, blankets, flannel shirts, under
wear, woolens, silks, cotton goods, imme
diate delivery.
GRAIN MERCHANTS.
M. H. HOUSER, Board of Trade Bldg.
GROCERIES.
WADHAMS CO.. 63-75 Front St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUPER HAT CO., 83-55 Front St.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front St.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER CO., 12th and Davis sts.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN A CO.. 2d and Taylor.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAMFITT1NG.
M. L. KLINE". 84-86 Front St.
duced to sea level) 6 P. M., S0.22 Inches.
Relative humidity at noon, 94 per cent.
THE WEATHER.
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Boise 40 . . 0.0O .. W
Boston 64 60,0.00 .. E
Calgary 42 62(0.00..SE
Chicago 64 800.01 14 S
Denver 64 780.0216IE
Des Moines 62 84I0.OUI. .ISE
Duiuth 4S 52l0.14'12iNE
Eureka 43 6tf0.00!12iW
Galveston 820.00 10SB
Helena 44 02,0.44 . . NE
Jacksonville .. 68 78 0.00 10 N
Juneaut 42 54!0.98 . . E
Kansas City... 66 840.00..SE
Los Angeles... 58 78,0.00 .. SW
Marshfleld ... 54 74 0.OO..NW
Medford 48 7Sj0,00..NW
Minneapolis .. 56 6 0.00,10 NE
New Orleans.. 68 7810.00 . .N
New York. . 58 720.00..E
North Head".. 50 580.B222SB
North Yakima 44 72IO.OO..NW
Phoenix 72 98 0. 00 .. IS
Pocatello 4S 64I0.02..1SW
Portland 52 62;0.4.-) ..IE
Roseburg .... 54 80 0.0O . . NW
(Sacramento .. 60 92 0.00 16 NW
St. Louis 60 82J0.00 14SE
Salt Lake 50 640.00..N
San Diego 60 700.n0 ..IS
San Francisco 58 780.00..SW
Seattle 82 62 0.02 lOiS
Sitka 560. 00.. I
Spokane 44 6S0.00..W
Tacoma 52 6Gi0.04 . .ISW
Tatoosh Island 62 62iO.o!l4!S
Valdezt 40 54 O.02I . . I . . ..
Walla Walla.. 48 74:0.00 ..W
Washington .. 52 70 0.12 .. K
Winnipeg 5l . . . 10 . 001 . .
Yellow'n Parkl 33 4410.561. .(X
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t A. M. today. P. M. report of preceding day.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
High barometer now overlies Oregon snd
Washington In the west, and over the New
England states In the east portion of the
country, with relatlvs low barometric read
ings over the central portion. Rains have
occurred In the region of this low barometer,
particularly In the Rocky Mountain region
snd the middle snd upper Mississippi Valley;
rains also fell at scattered places along the
Atlantlo Coast. Low barometer also lies over
the northern part of British Columbia and
rains have occurred today over this prov
ince and in Washington and Northwestorn
Oregon. Temperatures generally are not far
from the seasonal average, although In the
Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys they are
from 5 to 15 degrees above the normal.
The conditions are favorable for fair
weather In this vicinity Saturday with gentle
east winds.
FORECASTS.
Portland snd vicinity Fair; gentle east
winds.
Oregon Pair: gentle easterly wtnds.
Washington Fair east, showers west por
tion; moderate southerly winds.
Idaho Fair.
River The Willamette Rlvw st Portland
will remain nearly stationary during the
next two days.
ALFRED H. THIEB8EN, Meteorologist.
War Expensive to Swiss.
BERNE. Sept. 14. According; to a
Swiss official statement, the Swiss debt
on account of the war and the mobili
zation to guard the frontier amounts to
920,000,000 francs.
Phone your want ads to The Oregjo
nlan. Main 7070. A 6095.
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Per lln
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nnder "New Today" and all other classifica
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Rates on the above classifications mrm 7
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charge, but such rciobUcatiom will hot b
MLblCAL.
Swenson Music Studio: piano, violin, vocal ln
struction. 612-13 Eilers bldg. Main 6641.
MKS. EDITH M. SMVTUE, piano studio.
The Ellsworth, opposite The Mallory.
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 207 Fliednar bldg. Bdwy. 162M.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORE?
PS A SAVING from 30 to 60 Pct.
Z&r Properly fitted glasses as low
s as l.5o: 4oOO saLiailed custom
ers; satisfaction guaranteed. Chu. W. oooa-
man. optometrist. 20y Morrison. aAm A--m.
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
R. G. WRIGHT 22 years' experience, U. S.
and foreign patents. 601 Dekum oiag.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Alisky bldg. Chronic
diseases a specialty.
PRINTING.
K-EYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 V Front su.
corner stark. Main or A 1418.
THE IVY PRESS. .
S82 Stark at. Broauway 403. A 4088.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES. 404 Wilcox bldg.
RUGS.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1U03.
Fluff rugs and rag ruga woven, all sizes.
East 8th and Taylor. East 35S0. B. 12BU.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
NEW and second-hand. Western Fixture
& Showcase Co.. loth and Davis, opposite
Armory. Phone Broadway 774.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and moving; horse and auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine sts. Broadway 696. A 19U6.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474. Glisan St.,
corner 13th Telephone Broadway 1281 or
A 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest insurance rates In the city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE.
Office 180 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7691.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECL'KITY STORAGE Ac TRANSFER CO.
105 Park st. Main 6195. A 1051.
WOOD.
boxwood, slabwood.
dry fir cord wood.
POlvAA.A.NU M.AiiWOUU CO.
M. 3119. A 7001.
GUE,N AND iitti aLAlUv'uoD, blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co.. East 72. B 2889.
NATIONAL FUEL CO., E. 2041. Al 4-foot
fir. $6.75; delivered promptly.
1MANUFACTURERS
1 PRINTING.
DDIMTIlir- F. W. BALTES & COMPANY.
rnlilllilU 1st and Oak sts. Main 165. A 1165.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
KVEHDI NG & FAKKELU 140 Front street.
CASCARA. poultry, veal, fruit and produce
bought. Write Ruby & Co.. 169 Front st.
RAG RUGS AND FLUFF RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axmlnster. rag
rugs, all sizes; mail orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x13 rugs cleaned snd steamed $1.00
8x10 rugs cleaned snd steamed 75
WESTERN FLUFF KUG CO., .
B4-B6 Union Ave. N. East 8161, B 1475.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND CLASS.
W. P. FULLER tt CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
SILOS. "
No hoops, no nails, antl-freeze garages.
camp and suburban houses, stay Round
Bllo Co.. 702 Rothchild bldg.
WALLPAPER.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d st.
made where the error does not materially
affect the value of the advertisement.
"City News in Brief" advertisements must
be d resented for publication tur Thu KnniiitT
Oregonian before 4:30 o'clock Saturday after-
noon for other aay publication before 8:30.
The Oreiconian will accept clasif id ad
vertinenieat over the telephone, provided the
advertiser is t. subscriber of either phone.
INo price will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of payment of te!cibone adver
tisements. ".Situations Wanted" and "Per
sonal" advertisements will tot be accepted
over the telephone. Orders for one Insertion
only will be accepted for "Furniture for
Kle," "Baslnes Opportunities." "lioomin;
Mouses" and "Wanted to K---M
MEETING NOTICES.
OREGON LODGE. NO. 101,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Saturday)
evenlnar at 8 o'clock. Work in
the F. C. degree. Visiting
Drecnren coraiauy invited. liy
order of the W. M.
LESLIE S. PARKER, Sec
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, plus.
Mew designs. Jaeger Broa, 131-3 Sixth st.
FRIKDLANDKR'8 for lodge emblems,
case pins and medals. 310 Washington st.
DIED.
DILLERT Mabel Elunora Dlllery. at San
Francisco, Sept. 9. aged 36 years, beloved
daughter of Mrs. Elnora C. Dlllery and
sister of James and George Dillery. of
4:iU E. 11th St.. Portland. Or. Remains
forwarded to Portland. Arrangements in
charge of 'Wilson & Ross. Funeral notice
later.
BRAND In this city, September 13. at his
late residence. 362 Thirteenth street. Henry
Brand, aged 75 years, husband of Mary A.
Brand and father of C. A. Brand, of Pan
Francisco. Cal. The remains are at the
residence establishment of J. p. Kinley
& Son, Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
FXNEKA1. NOIICEa
BAMBO At Salem. Or., September 12, 1917.
Stephen Rambo. aged 8'J years. lie leaves
to mourn him, besides his widow, Mrs
Lucena Rambo. of 22 Kan Sixtieth street,
nine children, most of whom reside In ana
around Portland. Funeral services will be
held at W. H. Hamilton's new residence
funeral chapel. East Seventy-ninth and
Glisan streets, today (Saturday), Septem
ber 15, 1917. at 10 A. M. Interment Mult
nomah Cemetery.
BINGOLD At the residence, 81 Mllwankle
avenue. September IS, Frances Blngold,
aged 65 years, beloved wife of John Bin
gold, mother of Leonard Blngold and Mrs.
Mary Gardiner, of Portland; sister of Mrs.
Anna Wager. Funeral will leave the fam
ily residence at 8:30 A. M. today (Satur
day). September 15. Mass will be offered
at 9 o'clock at Sacred Heart Church. East
Eleventh and Center streets. Interment
Mount Cavalry Cemetery.
GOTELL1 At the residence. 765 Tenino ave
nue, Peter J. Gotelli, aged 23 years, be
loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gotelli.
brother of Emma. William and Inez Go
telli and Mrs. G. E. Watkins. Remains
are at the parlors of Miller Tracey.
Washington at Ella stret. Mass will be
offered at 9 A. M. today (Saturday), Sep
tember 15, at St. Agatha's Church, East
Fifteenth an Miller streets. Friends in
vited. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
HAMEL At the family residence. 287 Tilla
mook street. September 13. Matilda E.
Hamel. aged 60 years. Funeral services
will be held Sunday, September 16, at
12:30 P. M. at the new chapel of Breeze
A Snook. Belmont at 35th. Interment at
Bethany Cemetery.
YEAGER At Salem. Or., Sept. 13. John
Yeager. aged 45 years, beloved son of
Marie Teager. brother of Joseph and Anna
Yeager, f Tualatin, Or., and Margaret
Dillon, of Chicago. Notice of funeral later.
Remains are at the residential parlor of
Miller & Tracey, Washington at Ella st-
FLORISTS.
MARTIN FOB-BiiS CO.. Florists. 864
Washington. Main 269. A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically srranged.
CLARKE BROS.. Florists. 287 Morrison st.
Main or A 1805. Fin. flow.rt and flora.
designs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 285 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and 6th. Main 6102. A 1161.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A -121. Sailing
b'dr dtb anf sts
MONUMENTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-268 4t
St.. oppo.lt. City HalL Main 8064. Phillip
Nera 4k Sons for memorials.
y THIRD AT MADISON .STREET.l
PCNERAL DIRECTORS.
Edward Eolman Pres. W. J. Holms n. Sec
J. E. Werlein. Treas.
THE EDWARD HOLM AN
UNDERTAKING CO.
Established 187T.
THIRD ST.. CORNER OF SALMON.
A MODERN SPACIOUS FAMILY
ROOM WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE
LADY ASSISTANT.
Phones: Main 607, A 151L
PERFECT
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR LESS
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Lady AftsisUuit.
Wash, at Ellas ot.. IseL 2oth snd 21st.
Main 2bUl. A 7880. West bide.
14. Lady Assistant. C 31 do.
WILSON ROSS.
Funeral Directors. Inc
Multnomah at fceveath Street.
J. P. FINLET A SON.
Progressive .Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendants.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main . A 1599.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
12th and Morrison sts. Main 6133. A 2235.
MR. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. 1973 E. Glisan. Tabor 4313.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE. funeral directors.
Broadway and Pine street. Phone Broad
way 430. A 455S. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLD K.N RULE UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder atreet. East 52. B 2525.
P. L. LERCH, East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 781. B 1888.
A T? r711-, r-. 5U2 Williams Ave.
East 10S8. C 1088.
BREEZE & SNOOK TaoV"!!'11-
6KEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 84
snd Clay. M'n 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
CEMETERIES.
PROTECTION
is RiiTishinft on tht hills nf life-
Say farewell to clouds of worry k
and select now a final resting
place for yourself and family.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
CEMETERY
Halo 7340 Uorgaa Uldgr A. 3034
MAUSOLEUM.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
MAUSOLEUM
Taylor's Ferry Road. End Kiverrlew
Car line.
The only civilized method of burlaL
Snow-white, always dr, sanitary tombs;
permanent title and eudowtnenc. $2o0 up.
3tt rittock Block, 1'hooe Broadway 351.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OU ice. Koom lo3 Courtboute, 6th St.
Kn trance.
Phone from H to 5 Main 38. Home Phone A
2o5. Night call after oiiit-e hours. Main 70.
Kepon all cases of cruelly to uie above
address. Kiectric lethal chamber for .mall
animals. Horse ambulance for atck and
disabled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pels, communi
cate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
stoca, as we look after all impounding.
There is no more city pound. Just. Oregon
Humane Society.
NEW TODAY.
MORTGAGE LOANS
on Improved city property at 6 and 7
per cent. Farm and surburban loans at
current rates. Liberal payment priv
ileges allowed. No delays.
LA lit. K LOANS Sl'KUlAl, RATES.
A.H BIRRELL GO.
217-219' .N'orthnralrrn II auk llulldlns.
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
MORTGAGE LOANS
5 Of OX llLSIMiSS PUOPEKTY.
iO
6
on residence: property.
ROBERTSON A EWINO.
207-JS .Northwestern liank ftllds;.
MORTGAGE LOANS
For Five Years
Repayment Privilege of $100 or Mors
6 to t'ic' on Business. 8 to 7ro on
Residence Property.
PACIFIC '1I1J.E '1 11 L ST CO.
284--f Stark Street. Marshall 12
JNO. B.COFFEY
MOIt'lliAI.E LOANS
Insurance, Surety Bonds
SOI WILCOX BLDf;. Main 702. A 3702.
REAL ESTATE.
Fur bale
-Lots.
THAI' VACANT LUT Turn a burden Into
Inconrv. We design and build anything,
furnish the money If desired; eight yeara
In Portland. K Bailey Co., contracU.ua
architects. North western Bank bids;.
SACRIFICE.
Falrport Add n, i lots on Patton ave..
cor., 1 block from Lombard at., each.
Owner, 3U-! Oak at. Broadway 3t44.
GREKN 1111Lm3 bunding sites, magnificent
view. John Bala (owner), BO Spalding
bldg.
l or Sale House.
NUAU KENTON BL'Nf.ALOW.
Refused now $1800; five rooms,
strictly modern, exceptionally well built
and homelike place, fine fruit trees: take
$700 cash or clear $loo0 lot in good dis
trict for equity; this is a rea.1 snap; act
quick. AH 401, Oregonlan.
FINE 7-ROOM modern home. 100x120 ft.,
corner; lawn, fruit trees, flowers. $2600.
$00 down, balance $15 month and inter
est, also neat &-room house and lot at
Archer Place station, partly furnished.
$950. $25 down, balance $10 mo. and lu
tereat. Phone Tabor 7397.
LAURELHURST.
Before buying elsewhere obtain our list
f exquisite homes for sale on easy term
In . L,aureihurst, the show place of Port
land. LAUKELHUKST COH Z0 btarlt sc.
Main 170O. A 1515.
$1200 WIL buy a 6-room house with bath
room and basement, full lot. barn and
chickenhouse, close to carllne and school.
If taken this week; easy terms; a bar
gal n .JohnBain, 50JfcpaUlmgba
MODERN o-room bungalow; fireplace, I arte
lot, fruit, flowers ; desirable neighborhood,
near Franklin High School; only $2300;
any reasonable terms. Phone owner, Ta
bor 0180.
$2O0 CASH and $25 per month buys a moa
ern 6-room house, near Union avei Wood
lawn district. Price only $1900.
Ask for Mr. Carlos,
THE BHu.VG CO.. 267 Va Oak St.
WE own several bungalows in the district
north of Mt, Tabor. Price $1270 and up;
very eajiy terms. Owner, Broadway 1658.
806 Oak st.
LAURELHURST BUNGALOW SNAP.
5-room modern bungalow, with all street
assessments paid ; $;1150. Terms If de
sired. J. DELAHl'XTY. Main 1700.
FOR SALE 5-rm. modern bungalow, 3 lots,
garden, chicken yard, garage and fruit
trees. 2 blks. from car. Phone Bay. 1300.
A. 1447.
$1250 6-KOOM house, 2 lots for sale cheap,
near shipyard and sawmill, $00 cash, bal
ance $15 a month. Owner, 1377 Ports
mouth. A BEAUTIFUL home in Rose City Park at
aa absolute sacrifice; owner going East
and must sell at once; deal uirect with
owner. Wo no lawn
FINE bungalow, 6 rooms, furnace, all mod
ern. $35o0; terms. 1352 Hawthorne ave
Phone Tabor 6234.
FOR SALE Snap. 5-room modern bungalow
7-room house, large lot; cheap; near Lau
relhurst Park. Phone I 1512.
IF you are looking for snaps here is one
My equity in one of the oest lots in Cast-
morelar.d. Call Tabor fi02U.
FOR SALE One of the best and most beau
tiful homes in the city. AK 470, Orego
nlan. 4-ROOM home, 100 ft. from carllne; plenty
of fruit; full basement; large lot; prica
$1050. terms. Phone evenings. Tabor 4763
6-ROOM home, good plumbing, on carlina
and hard-surface street; price $1100.
terms. Phone evenings. Main 9451.
GOOD 4-room house. with all conveniences,
near iuuniaviiia mir, jiou; COWn JX1
f y auvu Sjsj. wb,iu