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THE MORNING OREGOMAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918.
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superintendent Alderman con-
fcrs With L J. Wentworth.
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MODEL VESSEL TO BE BU LT
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. ort Assigned lo Cla-r Ire
pariDjr fur Shipping Drive.
Shipbuilders art going to attend pob-
I KAool in Portland, not to enter ma
Vrarnmer srades or blah school to mas
lor Una-taaaroa and mathematics, but lo
loam tho rudlmoota of ship construe-
- . . . . . . , .
tloa from koel to trucks. And. In order
to absorb and retain tho lost mctlon
and information. thT will assist In
aaildlfic a dtrntautltro ship of tho stand-
ard dsis;n adopted by tho t nttd Slates
eMpping Board for wooden steamers.
retail of tho orsahlaatlon aro betnaT
eorked out. a beajtanlnaT bavins; been
snado yesterday at a conference at the
Chamber of Commerce, attended by L
K Alderman, superintendent of Port-
land schools; Lloyd J. Wentworth. In
chare of th U re on District for the
Kmergency Fleet Corporation; J. W.
lialL. superintendent of wooden hlpihe opinion the distant was too crest for
ronstrtactlon under Mr. Wentworth: K.
J. Stack, sirritarr of th Orrcon Fed
ration of Labor: Joseph Reed, of th
1'ortland Metal Tradea Council, and W.
IX B Dodson. secretary of tho Cham-
to b. mid. todar In an endeavor to
fleet (para for the Shipbuilding
claMea. ahlrh. It la hoped. arlU b a I
or achool baaeinent. where day
clauee aro not now aaaembled. mo th I
material. pUna and toola will b. an.
at.tuj-bed between aeaalona.
On th proposition that er.re plec
of lumber In a ael haa Ita Indlrlda-
aliiy. It la aaaerted men mu-t be .hown
all part of th. hull and derka. at leaat.
in proeena of belna aaaembled ao they
mr b abl to Dndoratand. and prob-
ably raaater. bow th material la cut.
flltul and f..f .n.H nmnal.nl In- I
. .ti ftu . tM tiA I
elaa.a and It la bell.Ted that durlm
th oreaent aeaaon a number of m.n I
will be turned out who wtll be rompe- I
tent to enter th. yard, and shoulder
their share of th labora.
In all quarter ther la preparation
for a much bljrKer drlv In th yards
nd It la to elrmlnat much of tho
troubl that haa been met with In the
employment of Inexperienced men that
th. achool la to b. established. It la
asserted that for yry f' auch men
hired at m yard another must b put
vver them to point out their dutlea. In-
atructlon la counted on to mak them
capable of doing much work Independ
ZiAME TARKS WESTWARD IIOl
if Jew t reignier in tte .Manned
J. K Kan, for ! year In the dredar-I
Ins department of the Port of Port-1
land and latterly chief engineer on I
the drecla, Tualatin. Is making a record I
for rapid advances. II was named I
Monday aa Inspector of machinery In-1
aialiatlon In wooden ves.ela building In I
the Astorta son for th Emergency I
Fleet Corporation and yesterday he I
waa appointed chief engineer of the I
-ton freighter Westward Ho. thel
first of th Columbia Hiver Sbipbuild-1
Ing Corporation' products. I
Th Westward Ho probably will have I
hr dock trial today and be ready for I
bar official trial in a few dava. Incl-1
dentally, as Mr. Kan has been shipmate I
with a Krr turbtn ngln befor. one
mini inat.i iru in iai qmif luaiaiin.
Be wtll hav no troubl making friends I
with th on aboard the Westward Ho. I
which la th pioneer of th Kerr pro-1
pulsion types In th Cnited State.
H. a.gert. traveling ln-pector In I
the steel ship construction department I 1
and directing opera! lona on su-h ves- I
aeis her for the Government, intends I
to make th ngln-room of th West- I
ward Ho an all-Portland department. I
John liealy. who was first assistant
under Mr. Kan on th Tualatin and
waa named to succeed him as chief,
haa been appointed first assistant of
the big steamer and other assistants
wilt be Portlandera. or at least from th
river district. Captain Havlock New-
comb has been named master of the
vessel and alreadv I on th ground.
KEI.SO bPAR YARD IS OPENED
Work Reg-la la Newly Organiird
Plant of Mcl-ane C'ompaay.
KEUMX Wash. Fb. U iSoclat
rlvwinc of apars waa started at the
new yard of tb Mrl.an Timber. Spat
V Piling Company. reentlv organised
bv C J. McLan. of thia city th first
f th week. Th yard la located just
north of th MclJins Shlnrl ConiDanT I
milL J. K- Tipton, formerly of On
alas k a. Wild, la upfTlntsndnt of th
yard, watch will mploy from li to
Bia. It Is fully equipped to turn out
a Larca aumbvr of ft q .shed spars up to
n, larst saea.
At th Mrlana shlncU mt!l a brlrk
firs wall bton th drykilns and tht
ma. mill wan rrrntly com pWtrd. and I
anAI Kr 9 tm-9 in hlhl I hn. I
undar rooat rortlon bi wro th mtll
butldinc and th ftro room, nith this
wall romplt?d the mtll will be safe
from firs dancrr.
? II roars. rwp-tBfir C r rv
Vtr-.ttlf. promts fit Sri FrSn-i shtppr and
taw n-r. left fr his hfna ? ifl y
rtr banif b-a Hr nrs t'iittrrs
nft ih M'kratHf AI'S. rx. h- tli
Srnii tntrrits. arrived frm ts AntlpM
uh r-r and hard x-l 't ?
f-ia ? rtr asa.o yesterday alta a csr
AnBiMi lr--i-t. f t rnnr TsiTa.
f f VP9 . ib t'l b-- r-t...-tM rr
Trrw rdr dlrj-tt) .f 1"nitl srstrt
hr- ' Inatrtvr r.d a stf tn. W yr t-
R F l't.--a. ti-t'iisnt ncl-w In tftr
fff:- mt ('(!; 7ma. I'rpa f :nffinfra.
1 . . A . t at fif--ill r-it ftfiaf
waliiss arsMSmratS fr th -,: gm Wsh
b t'tm tr hlt t hs Uramrflfrr ship srd
st Viv-i ar ksa sn f.mftes rhanntl
rti I ra
AkuiW'f W. mltn. ittirf and dltr ,f
H Nf )ar Manns X-n a pnMlra
t ra kn trBuat t maHtma phrt.
"tab )a habfat t) frtfinaf t1l) WUh I ha fth-
ttr.mtt f an mTt- at r-rla-sd t raTr
t Fa-ifW- i'mh ftsid. win a-idrs l
inirb'.' rnitM sf ta rt1 imhf of "om
avrrs M'-t.-iar -t. his saboct Mff Tor
tffN iemmt snd Imand Wiiffii"
Mr. 9ml S h pvxnl so- a lima aa ths
--. infi nc thraufH Ca.lfomia and lh
n hr frt t'ts fram rafand l tats
a iMitunau t tb irifir l.a
Onto, t1 imi,f FfVa wont rand
tPfb! Thrn.t and f h watr wss ra
aoftfd Ik ha fi:ro i-rrlar. s It w In -Tv4Mi
t lb-. ( frviM awtaorv attcmpt
tam t f.-a K i
l4akr lada tr tb An laed, tha
rKaap IMtla P ? it loft ta ft. Johas
mm osoraT sftrMn In tow.
f.4rw4ta alt r-'lorlr mrrairr aad
a '.kwli last aicht tha Tf u ;. nior
fH fw-r-tohs r a fot at rrttand,
in st a fo-t at f is't.r hr.
A trraa irdd Tufl T nt(ht
waa attrtbwtcd owtortis la tha ltd.
Pacific CimM Mlpplnjc Notra. "
AUTOW t A. Or. Fob. 11 licta;.. Afo
tasia n VW ars fwi of himb-r at Wt-i-ptift.
to sicaua acawvasr L"avui aiitd lods;
t Knapptoa. vbtn ah w: emplt her
ir.M freta-ht and pawncr from A-
nd Portland. the sttam-r F. A. Kil-
liJ this moraine for ia FrfKlco.
The ar Amvrlran ititmer Wastwin.
Mli4 todar for orders, hh carries a carso
f 4. 20 brrLa of flout. 4-M pllHiff and 20o
tie toa.-. at Portland and Rainier.
l t tana atinr Atlas, vita Darco w in
cmnrmm. brtn.m. car.,
I of fuel otl for Aatorfa and Portland.
"rrrlrwr a arm of lumber from West
pArt. tha barkvotln Alt sailed today for
I f Ydnr.
JAN FRAVriSCO. Cal fob. II (Pp-
rUl Tb iiFimvlilp (;ofrnor sailed today
I nfl hr orae lo the Hawaiian lnli
llh uir wr ltat Bd ood ej
itn h ,tm.hipa return, K la aald.
n nor Us orffe to the Hawaiian Inlands.
Partffr Htainahio Com Mar wtll turn It
r to i ho Federal Chlpptnc Hoard to b
ir-tnaformrd Into a troopship. Tho Prenldent.
tf iti Minf company, will also bo od In
the tranporttoa of . i roop. according to
rvpnrtd piana f the company.
With th wVltdrawat of tho President
nd ih ivmr from the Honolulu mo
ponsr rtrni&l bvivtrn Han Fran
nd Hnitnlula HI b don by th
Mron N'aricatloa Company's steamships
l.sriin and Mann and the si hip pin board's
Th I otoa rasMp Company's ateam-
hlp Manoa. lth two thrw-lnrh fun
I ninrnll), frAm -,... v . h.
l of paoett. Tho Ma no la tho first armed
I mrrbant -esl to pm In th GoMen liste
or tr r. orn irons
00 lh Yrl . .7 .
I th other iomhipa Wtonalnc to'th Union
I t u,J.. -
I rarv raldrs In th ouih Pacific.
I Th motorshtp 8nta Isabol sailed today
for Amapa.a. Mnnduras. with or.aral cor so.
I nro of Parifir Coast sothnar vsis
hn word was rvvd from W a hi net on
that tb GoTommvnt bad approrod th char
tvrlna of lntrh shtpa for voyaso from th
Atlantic to th wont eoost of Houlb Amr-
for r lira tea ttTraJ wks ao in
I fhippina Hoard soond the owners of es
s's hr about sending craft to the west
roast for nitrates. Tho aalllnar. veaoel mt
not said lhlr ships were not scronaT
aoosh and the s'fam schooner owners had
ess is of limited steam Ins; radtus. Bksjdes.
it would hav m1 another Inroad on th
I I" of ysoi i-ft on this coast.
rapia lo l- unnrnca in
I Tmmmm tnr rrim
I TACOMA. Waah-. Feb. 11. (Special )
EmDlorea . of the Foundation Corn-
I publlnhln.- a newapaper. the
I. . j
" " Ju"
Tne foundation Builder la Ita name and
" ' eompoaed of 8. L 5.,dlf'-
,,or.: H- c . M,L,a",:U C"
premier, athletic director: F. M. Runc-
' bulne manaxer.
r.hJnm' ' s0 b Uunch-
". irt n.ir ....'
ll mi ine ncpupui; ui r rant v. aaa
R"m"- Punkerque Toul. Koye. Uerber-
i naun. intrau..,
J'ncn''; R-Publlou. Democrat e. Ju-
tire. Vetit. Fraternlte. Egallta and
The type of Teasel helnir built la the
flre-majited achooner. 20 feet over all,
SH feet beam and molded depth of 23
feet. Two JSo-horaepower enirlnes, a
alcned for twin acrewa. will power
OREGON I AN ChTTS GOOD BERTH
Krcd C'harman la Appointed Purser
of Steamship China
OREGON C1TT. Or, Feb. 13. Spe
elL Kred C. Char man. a former Or
C,r ronn ,., arrived here thl
afternoon, where he visited with his
I aunts, th Misses Cochran, before de
partina; for ban Francisco, where he
a ill take up hla duties as purser of
the steamship China. Mr. Charman was
purser for six years for the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company. Among the ships
he waa purser on are the Mongolia, the
Siberia and (he Manchuria
For the past two years Mr. Charman
haa been connected with the Pacific
steamship Company. He has been
purser of the Admiral Watson for some
time, and has Just returned as officer
of this boat from ban r ran Cisco to S
attic. He leaves for ban rrancisco on
Wednesday to take up hi duties. He
visited with relatives In Portland be
fore taking his departure.
T n Tm . n . n n m
SEATTLE. Feb. 13. In an effort to
Increase the also of the night shifts
land speed up shipbuilding, tb Vnited
states Shipping tioard has ordered
per rent wage bonua for men work
ing In th night crews at Seattle and
other raciric coast shipyards. It was
announced at a meeting of th Seattle
Metal Tradea Council her last night.
Movemenl, of Ves-el.
f-1'nTI.A.XH. Feb. 11 tt.h.d Steamer
auai.B, tor fort a i.uia
ASTORIA. Teb 11 Killed St 1 :4I P. l
termer f. A. Klfburn. ZoT Sa Kmnclsco.
si.d at aeon, barker.tln. Alts, for ydner.
SAX PEPHO. Feb. U Arrived Steamer
Titertaa. Irani Leiluniia Xflver.
POIST RETE,. rb. 11 Pawed st 1 A.
V.. itMmtf Sliaa:. from Columbia Kiver.
for &Ua fedrcK
SAN FR Ni'IKOO. Ke 12. Arrived at
P M . motor c hooser Jaouo t Kainter. from
C.'unibii Kitar. for I'allao.
AV rEHRO. r,b IS. Arrived Steamer
TrVntitid. f-om l n umbli Hlr. Arrtxet .
1 P. at., steamer Beat. Monica, from Olum
F-b. 1J Arrlrsd
An on. ram (Prm;a
ribor. r. l intUu-r. from 'oos B.
H W FRANCWO. F-b. 11 Arflir-ri
?tsmra W i:;amtt. Av!on. from Uras
llartmr: C. l. l.mdansr. (rem 'oos H.
Sditisd StMratr Hrhw:tr, for Portland.
nr. A TTL K. Fob. 1Z A rrtvMj Atiamri
I Jwfrrrsoo. hpoltanr. from Alaska. Frd Hax-
tmm Fart Lud.ow . Wub. from Kwr-
tt. Hti-rnr. from Tiroma. Mi. al
isamr Frsd Baatsr. Adrolrai Watson, for
r nc aaMTVk
I. S. Naval Radio Rrpori.
i III ronrt ars far a P.M. rest srd ay,
Wa m Krw-sS latlloat oS. I
jvilU.N.x imitm. eoos nay Tor Ml)
Fran- mil- north of ban Franclsouw
ADMIRAL Pt et. hoatHa for haa Fran
Ho from Man ranct. a.
,i!KM!Tt:. 'rt LeUtlloar for mo Fran-
fWo mt'fi irnh of Hlnnts Rff
Kt.llA. m Htlfni ftr tfan Francisco. JO
north of C"lo JWondocino.
Kll.liritN. I'ortiand for dan Fraacsro, i.
m!ia ioirh of tha Columbia Itivor.
i.TMAN FTKW ART. Tort fan l.a for
MmHo Fo'nf. n.Vfc ml Irs from Koadow Point.
YV M. HkKRIN. oaviota lor l,tnntoo. 4
-nllea from eat t lot
w. i ltHTF.lt. ."an rdra ror trrtt. 21-v
a from fa 1 lrd ra.
tt I LI. A .M K TTE. San Frsnciro fr San
IV !rn. mi mt: aoul rt or Son Krn Iko,
HAKUK 11. Kttrrka lor Ma iraro,
mtirs from ?in I'odro.
i-. A. M!TII. in t'w or tuc am son. san
Fratn iwo for Coos !)-. M- mtis north 01
RAlNIKli. Pmn FTn-!s-o tor haa fenro.
e- from 9sn Frncl-o.
HKEIKWATKR. -n Frsnnsco for Port
no 4.. m:tos north of San ran cist o.
Tol'KKA, Jn Kranrlsra for i-.urrK. 1-
rtal.t-a north of Point Arena
AhMlRAI. EVANfi. lasutat lor huin,
n miles cast of Cap St. us, noon. coruary
rt'ftArAo. Tskufst for port oranam.
tlos from Vsaatst P M. Fsbmsry 1.
I.ATO ri E. tn Tahiti
V('T-RIA. mtios vast of Cap Sttltss.
Miiihbnind. St Boon. obruaxy 12
MUA. I ni'uki ror foasr,. witma T
milr-s of rhisnik at ' X . rrhruary 1
K KT"M I K A N. I aalatka for 1,4 tost ho. orr
Sitka, lajdsai ISisnrl. 2 ratios from Latourho.
F M . Fobmarr 12.
VICTORIA. Cardova far 8attla. P4d m!ls
from t ' o.
NORTH WFSTERN. Juaoaq f or Cordora. 2"
ti.os rasl of Cap llinrbinbraok at noon.
KKT'IIIKAX. off rr i-nnd : P. M.. Feb
r4 ry X
TtsVa mt iV4aria Tnaraday.
IllCk. f Low.
..11 A. M t f-of rs A. M n 3 foot
1.19 P. M J footOil P. At i foot
0 roJwsaMa W Rar Kpart.
N RTH HtC AT. Fob. t Vndltlon of th
bar at i r. akU smootk; niad aai. m ouiea.
TJCTI J Broadway at Taylor
1 and A 1122
tOTIM OI I 1 TO II P. M.
OFFICIAL WAR FILMS.
FROM ITALIAN 4iOVFBMK"T.
AXY SEAT, AW TIM
Jioor 50c, Balcony 25c
MI ITV MIL ORUKHH M)U L
llUlLlVJ Wedneaday. Feb, SO.
WORLIrS C-HKA IKST
Urr FlMr-ll raw. f2. 7 rawi JM
Hmlrmmj A raw. VUSO. 4 raw. 1. 13
Gallrrjr. iwft TAcl Adaifriuiloa 5Ae.
Ttrkrt Office Sale OptM it Sat.
TuniKhu .11 w..k. Mat. Sat.
Tb. latMt comedy hit.
"1119 MAJKWTV Bl'NKF.B BEAN"
Ev... 2Zc, ."ic. TAc. AlAts.. 2"r. 6c
Next w.k. startlna fun. llsu
"The Old llaiurstrad.'
CTXIV L'tV, also CI.EO MAVIiriD;
"Th Propvllle Recruit': Levy A Acker
land: II ARB V t.ll.KOII.t Rouble flmi;
Iravel Weekly: 8A.NT1; UABBI at EMMA
i r t
it MAT. DAILY 2:30
THE DANCING. DIVING MERMAIDS
With Lottie Mayer.
Is Other Dig Acta.
Thre Parformances Daily. Might Cur
tain at 7 and .
Mat. lally at t:S; Mshts at 7:30.
This week, a flddy. whirling wonder laurh-
With Dillon tt Franks and the Rosebud Glrla
ToalcM. Kour-pnlr Spoons fre all Udica.
NELSON, BANN &
la tamed y SUH, "Ike Klalnb"
B. KELLY FORREST
The Traanp Corned la a
Llewellyn & Stanley
-Odd 4'barartrr Bit
THOS. A. EDISO
I'UKILAAU Li ItL.M lUlKSt
Friday Eveninfr February 15.
Single admissions .", 8T
Seat eale Sherman, Clay & Co.
February 14 and 15.
Second and Morrison.
M IXTHKJTKR 11 1.1
ff'nder New Manacement.)
Hfeh reM. .Near Oak
KVKK. THIKPW U SAItH
IIA .M.I1T. ,
Goo1 Floor. I'nion Mnstc
rtisse Hreiditay 237
of San franciscn. Cat., and Ada M. Shechy.
of Jjn frifictso. c.ii.
CO.VTM t.N'.MrMAH AN ErtwiH A. Cn-1"n.
of I'on'und. and MIps Myrtle II. M -M
nan. r. or roniani.
ftKM-HQt E-H V John P-!-q-if. of
ror; :nd. and Mm Frances
WOLWrvRTH-LTPKK Frjink J. Wn:wrV
27. rt pfrt:ni. and M tsa lruci!ia A. I-ipttc.
2. ft Frrr'!, Waih.
rKTKRSON-KAKI M!rhl Pctcrprtn.
of AntorU. and lara. Jennie Karl. Jl.
Ast or ls. Or.
. ACCTIOV SALES TODAY.
At liakr's- Auctfon Houie. Yamhill and
We.t Park ats., furniture, etc. , Sale at 10
KAE At the family rosidrnce North
lKth si.. Feb. 12. George G. Rae, aged
74 yoars, 7 months. 1 day. Survived by
nia wuiow. teiizaoetri rJ. Kae; a stepdauich
tor. Mrs, Edna Hatfteld. or 315 North 10th
st. : tho following granddaughters. Lottie
and J.ulu Hatfield. Mrs. E. G. Am me. of
4, East 5 2d st. North: Mrs. Lo B. Pear
on. of West Fark su : Mrs. E. T.
3iorris. of .M7 Esst 4Sth st. North, of Port
land ; adopted daughter, Mrs. Monterey
i-.merson. or Paris; brother. William Kae,
or Toronto. Canada: two sisters in Srot
land; two nieces and one nephew In New
York City. Friends Invited to attend fu
neral services, which will be held at the
Scottish Rile Cathedral. Morrinon and
I.ownsdale streets, at 1:30 p. M. Saturday.
Fob. id. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
Remains are ai tio.man'a funeral parlors.
EATON In this city. February 11. Lena
Jf-sephin Eaton. ared 43 years mother of
Mr. S, Slot holm and Anjalia Eaton, of
this city; brothers ars Napolan Arpln. Ed
ward Arpin. of this city; Oliver Arpln. of
-ew Mexico; sister. Jennie Kiearei. or ban
Francisco. Tha funeral services will ba
neto: at tns conservatory chapel of F. S.
Ifunnlng. Inc.. Ea-t Alder street, comer of
Sixt.i. at 10:3 A. M. today (Thursday.
February 14. Th services at the (crave
win d conducted by Mount Hood Circle,
Neia-hbors of Woodcraft. Friends invited.
interment Koso city Cemetery.
WITHER In this city. February 12. at the
residence of her daughter. 1L42 Garfield
avenue. IMlza Ami Withee asd 71) var.
mother of Mrs. Lydla M. Gra.iam. of this
city: Mrs Mary I Tarrant, of Vlewfleld
. D.; Mrs. Lenora Hiavtt, of Tacoma.
Wash.. Mrs. Alta A. Atkina. of White Sal
mon, as...; G. A. Withee. of Amity, Or.,
and Fred L Withee. of Cnlonvalo, Or
Tha funeral services will be held today
Thursday! at 1 o'clock P. M. at the
above residence. Friends invited. Inter
ment at Greenwood Cemetery, private. J.
f. rimer tc jon. ui rectors.
BUCKET In Kansas City, Kansas, February
. Kaipn VVUecket. hushand of Mrs. R.
W llecket. father of Harold. Murl and
William Beck U son of M r. and M rs. J.
v . nrKri. or th a cltv: brother of Mrs
Theodore Anderson. Mias Mry Becket, of
this city; Walter and Charlos. of Hepp
nor. and John Beckeu U. S. Marines. Tha
runeral services will be held at tho con
sorvatory chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc.,
East 8th and Alder sts.. at 2:30 P. M.
tomorrow i Friday). Feb. 15. Friends In
vited. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
CARPENTER At the homo of her daugh
ter. 3U4 Jackson street. Feb. 12. Mrs.
Elizabeth Carpenter, agod 7 years, mother
of Mrs. E. T. Mist-he. of this city: Waiter
I. Carpenter, of Pittsburg, and Laura B.
Carpenter, of New York City. The f u
nral services will be hold at the conserva
tory chapel of F. S. unntng. Inc.. East
Sl&th and Unst Aider, at lO:.10 A. M. to
morrow (Friday). Feb. LI. Friends Invited.
Interment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
MORSE In this city, February 13, Harvey
A. Morse, age 41 years, beloved husband
of Mrs. Mildred Monte and son of Dr.
R A. Moree. The funeral will leave A. R.
teller's parlors tomorrow Friday I, Feb.
In, at 8:341 A. M., thence to the Holy Re
deemer Church, corner Portland blvd. and
Williams a v., where services will be held
at 0 o'clock. Friends are invited. Inter
ment Ross City Cemetery. Kindly omit
SPICER At the family residence. 5311
Thirty-eighth avenue Southeast, February
13. Sarah A. Spicer. beloved wife of W. E.
pirer. -age years 0 months 22 days;
mother of Mrs. Lida B. McKi prick, of this
city: if tor of Mm. Emma Boyce. of Eagle
Creek. Or. Funeral services will be held
at Annabel! Presbyterian Church. Friday
afternoon at 2 P. M. Friends invited. In
terment In Lone Fir Cemetery. Arrange
ments in cars of F. & Dpi nn Ing. Inc.
LONG At her late residence. -147 lth St.,
. Feb. 12, 11US. Ada C. Long, wife of A. G.
Iong. mother of Mrs. Matt B. Evans. Mrs.
Lloyd Bates. Miss Mary Pearl Long. A.
G. Long. Jr.. Walter S. Long and Howard
A. Long. Friend Invited to attend fu
neral services, which will be held at the
above residence at 2::fl P. M. today
(Thursday), Feb. 14, Interment Riverview
GROAT In this city, at her late residence,
7 1 7 East Burnside street. February 13,
Josephine M. Groat, aged C7 years, wife
of O. J. Groat and mother of Mm. G.
Nesmlth Barker. The funeral services
will be held Friday, February at !)
o'clock A. M- at t.ie residence establish
ment of J, P. Flnley A Son, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friends invited. Incineration
at tha Portland Crematorium,
OLIX February 12. Walter W. Olin. agod
2S years; beloved husband of Ruth D.
Olin, and father of Velata, Leonard and
Walter W". olin; son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Olfn: brother of G. A. Olln. of Siletx,
or., and Mrs. C. II. Taylor, of this city. '
Funeral services will be held at Dunning !
& McEntee's chapel today (Thursday.,
February 14. at 2 P. M. Friends inviied.
Interment Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
COOPER In this city, February 12, Curtis
C. Cooper, age 4- years, beloved husbaad
of Mrs. C. C. Cooper; brother of Claud
Cooper, of this city; R. M. Cooper, of Los
Angeles. Cal. ; Mrs. Myrtle Drtscolt, Van
couver, B. C, and Clave Cooper. Services
will be held at 1 P. M. today Tnumday
at the residential parlors of Miller A
Tracey. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
EATON In this city, February 11, Lena
Jonephine Eaton, aged 43 years. Mother of
M rs. 8. Slotholm and JavneHa Eaton, of
thia city. The funeral services will be held
at the conservatory chapel of F. S. Dun
ning. Inc., East Alder street, corner of
Sixth, at 10:3u A. M. tomorrow (Thurs
day , February 1 4. Friends Invited, in
terment Hose City Cemetery.
STICKLE In this city. Feb. 12. Charles
Stanley Stickle. 1."7 Minnesota ave., aged
:t4 years. 7 mtjaths, - daya. brother of
Mrs. Brock S. Campbell. Friends invited to
attend funeral services, which will be held
at the Portland Crematorium at 2:30 P. M.
Sunday. Feb. 17. Take Hell wood car for
Crematorium. Remains are at ITolman'a
funeral parlors until 1 P. M. Sunday.
MTRICK In this city, February 12. Mary
Myrick. sited years, wife or Jessie My.
rick, of this city. The funeral services
will bs held at the cfmservatory chapel of
F. S. Dunning. Inc.. 414 East Alder street,
at 2 P. M. today (Thursday). February 14.
Friends Invited to attqnd. Interment .at
NEB END A HL In this city. Feb. 12. Sarah
Nebendahl. beloved wife of A. NebendahL
Funeral services will be held today ( Thurs
day . Feb. 14. at 1:30 P. M, from the
residential funeral noma or v iison ft
Koss, Multnomah at 7th st. Concluding
te.r vices will be held at the Portland
ROSS Th funeral services of the lat Mel
vln 8. Ross will be held this (Thursday)
morn in at the residence establishment, of
.1. P. Unity x bjn. Montgomery at i-irtn.
Krlends invited. Interment at .Mount
Scott Park Cemetery.
T'OMBLT Th funeral services of tha late
Arthur M. iwomoiy win d neia too ay.
(Thursday) at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at the
re-ldenc esuabliwhment of J. P. tin ley t
Son. Montgomery at J-litti. r lends in
EPPEriSON In this cltr. February 11.
Ptisan F. Cpperson. age 67 years. Services
will be hld at 8 P. M. today (Thursday)
at the reitidntlal parlors of Miller A
Tracy. Interment, Multnomah Cemetery.
Edward Holman. Prfs. W. J. Xlolman, Sec,
J. K. erle1n. Treas.
THE EDWARD H0OIAN
THIRD ST., CORNER uf SALMON.
A Modern, Spacious Family
Room With Private Entrance.
Phones Main bill. A 1311.
perfect Funeral Servlc for Less.
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent funeral directors.
Wash. bet. 20th -1st, West SM
Main Lady Assistant. A 7SS.Y
J. p. yiNLEY i SON,
Progressive Funeral Jjlrecttrs.
1'rlvate Irlve Women Attendants.
MONTOOMERi" AT FIFTH.
Main . A 1599.
;al 64. ldy Assistant. C Siai
Funeral Directors, Inc.
Multnomah at Seventh street.
C 1135. WILSON & WILSON. Wdln. W0.
I'lKDMONT L'NULBTAKINO CO..
Kllllngssrorth and Kerby sts.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
12th and Morrison eta Main fel33. A 2-33.
DUNNING & JlcENTEE. luneral direct
ors. Broadway snd Pine street. Phone
Hr..dv.v 4M. A 4."3. Lady attendant.
F S HL'NNINC. INC.
THE GOLDEN r.l'I.E UNDERTAKERS..
414 East Alder street. East 3J. B 22.
13UEEZE & SX00K ""
MIL AND MRS. V.". H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. 1W73 F- Glisan. Tabor 4313.
p. L. LF.RC1I. East 11th and flay streets.
Lady attendant. East Tel. B 13aS.
A. K. ZELLER CO
A2 Williama ave.
Ksst 10K8. C 10-SS
fKlit. UNDERTAKING CO.MPANV, 3d
snd Clay. Main 410;!. a 2:11. Iidy araistant.
Thono your want ads to The Oreeo
nian. Main 7070, A 6095.
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6f)95, House 29.
HtMSTlTCHlNU. 6c A YARD. PLEATING,
ALL LATEST STi'LES. EASTERN KOV
ELl'V CO.. hi 4 ai'H si'.. BETWEEN
OAK AND BTAKn. STS. BROADWAY MW.
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, bcaUoping-, ac
coruion slue pleat, buttons covereU; n.ail
orucra. Vutock bik. Broauway loytt.
ADVCKTIS1XU SALES AGENCY
C'LVDE AGEXCV, io7 Stock Exchange. Main
A business soliciting organisation to
atrcurs auvertiaing tor sbvciai euttions as
e;i u regular numoera ot publications,
boukltsia in lact anything in the printing
line wnerein advertising can b. lnserteu.
Eatablisnea for i(i years, operating ex
clusively west of the Kocky .Mountains.
ASSAYEBS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
ooiu. silver and platinum bought.
Al.ATE tflTEKS AND MFO. JEWELERS.
AOATES cut and polished; jewelry and
watcn repairing. Millers. 243 is Wash, su
1 ARBKR SIPPLLES.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We buy
ana sell ail Klnua barber supplies. 250 2a.
L. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
jij morgan Dldg. Marshall 6140.
THE IRWSN-HODON COMPANY.
887 aahlngton. Broadway 44, A 1254.
W ILLIAM. Estelie and William. Jr.. De
veny, the only scientific chiropodists ana
arch specialista in the city. Parlors 302
Oerllnger bldg., southweFt corner 2d and
Aiuer. Phones, Main 1301, A 3302.
CHIROPODISTS AND AKCH SPECIALIST.
DR. W. E. LA MONTE. French sanitary
ipainiessj methou. Wizard system of arch
titting. 3Ui-a iswetland bldg. Main b4oo.
SICK" PEOPLE: Dr. McMahnn. Portland.
100 chiropractic speciallsta That's why 1
never nave to employ drugs, operations,
vibrators, violet rays, electricity, heat,
light and other Joss House stunta. 1 re
move the causes of disease quickly, surely
and leas expensively. Dally convincing
me aouDting tnomas. si adjustments Sta,
seven X3. phone, call or write.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 810 N. w. bldg. Mar.
o.--- too letters multigrapheq. si.50.
NETH Sc. CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1786.
vtuiicciroiiB, no cnarge; estaoiisnea iwou.
MANCHESTER DANCING ACADEMY, 854
ruta. tjnaer new management. Latest
dances taught, 10 private lessons S3. Hours
10 A. M. to 8:30. Broadway 2327.
THE BECKETT-HEATH SCHOOL Dan
cing taught in all ita branches; private.
uajr or eve. Classes. lues, ana ri., a-lO.
assembly after; 3S614 Wash. Main 3205.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMf "social and
stage dancing, private instruction; classes
Moo., Thura. 0 to 10. lo 2d St.. bet.
w asn. and stark. 3Ialn 2100.
FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT.
L. A. WALKER ELECTRICAL WORKS.
413" Burnside. Broadway 5474.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casseday, specialist; glasses fitted.
700 E. Burnside, cor. 20th. B 133, E. 4734.
FLUFF RUGS AND BAG RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axminster rag
rugs, alt sizes; mall orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9xlS rur rleaned and steamed SI. 00
HElilLKN Kli CO..
54-56 Union Ave. N. Kast 0."tI6. B 1475.
Al'TO AND Bl'OtiY TOPS.
PUBRU1L.L.E BUGGY TOP CO.. Kth and Oak
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg:.
! niMkTI CD.'CI P(l furnililns. Notions
L.I UIIIIVL.L.UI UU' 111
WADHAM3 & CO.. S5-70 Front st.'
HATS AND CAPS.
THAN HOUR E R HAT CO.. 63-55 Front St.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. Il Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sts.
x. 1 - CURB, r
ViT . .y Members are reqt
Sry meet at the lodge
ZXfT Thursday) evening
B. P. O. ELKS. NO. 142.
g to par-
; tictpatp in a paraao i
pat, in a parade headed Dy
ft' .' the Elks' band In
'''I . the 50in anniversai
V'V order. After the
short business sessii
nd In honor oi
iversary of the
the parade a
fcr.r T A -if . short business session of the
rjrtiLirrr"' lodge will be held, followed
bv a social session, which will be open to
members, visiting members and candidates
whose applications have been received. By
order of the E. R.
M. R. SPAULDING. Sec.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday!
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Labor in the E. A. de
gree. Visiting brethren always
welcome. By order w. Ji.
FRED L. OLSON. Sec.
K. T. Regular conclave this
.Thursday) evening at i v.
Tour attendance win do ap
nrcciatea. r . niE.UA.u.
nvPinvT TRIBE. NO. 2. I,
O R. M. The regular council
wilL not be held this evening.
Members are requested to visit
Wachena Tribe. No. 13. of Ore
r.m i-itv thia beinar their 'Jth
anniversary. Take the 7 or 7:30
car from 1st and Alaer streets.
L. B. SMITH. Chief of Recorus,
ROSE CITY CAMP. NO. 191. Woodmen of
the world, will Rive an entenainmeni uu
in h..ir hull 3.2 Russell St.. this
Thursday evening, Feb. 14. Members and
their families are cordially invited to at
tend. Admission tree.
U H. HOWLAXD, Council Com.
J. W. BOOTH E. Clerk.
Portland Tent No. 1 will give their regular
monthly card party and dance this evening
at their hall. 40t Alder street. All are in
vited; good prizes, good music and a sood
m. ror ail. Admsonju COMMITTEE.
T w A riRD PA RTT. MX).
Manchester Hall, 85V4 Fifth street, will
meet this Friday night at 8:30: also featur
day afternoon. i:15 P. M. : 50-pound sack
of flour, first prize: ham and grocery prir.es.
trimlolon. f.c. All welcome. Broadway
- INDUSTRY LODGE. NO.-8. A. O. U. W
Meets every Friday nigni. rv. 01 tr.
Alder street, VtorFeAmftoWN. Rdr.
C. J. WHEELER. M. W.
TJTOP1A KEBEKAH IiODGE. NO. 62. I.
f O. F. ltegular bueinesa meeting tnia
tTtiurartaTi evening tn orient nan, . olu
and Alder sts. Visitors w lcome.
HIGH COPT OF IsJVINO CLUB of the
Fraternal Brotherhood. "300" card party.
Modern Woodmen Hall. Burnside and ttsrk.
L'.hri.srv ir. s-Dound sack Hour, otner
groceries prixes. Admission cents.
EMBLEM J .retry, but ton a charms, ptna
Kaw designs. Jaeger Broa.. 181-t 6th mC
rpiFnrjiKDKR'B (or lodge erablama
Ciaaa pins and medals. S10 Wash Ing toa at.
KENEALY At Seattle. Wash.. Feb. 11. John
J Keneaiy. agea r. """.
father of Mrs. A. J. Wilson, of Seattle;
Mrs A. F. Bonner and Emmet Keneaiy;
brother of Mrs. Cicero Hopan. of Port
land ; Mrs. M. M. Quinn, of California;
Hannah and Ianiel Keneaiy. of Cork, Ire
Innd. Remains are at Jlolman's funeral
narlors. Announcement of funeral later.
SCHAEFFER In this city. February 33,
Joseph jonn wnaeiirr, scu o ) ears.
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. ftohaeffer. The
remains will be forwarded this (Thurrtay)
morning by J. P. Finley & Son to Moro.
Or., where services will be held and in
POWERS In this city, Feb. 13. Erasmus F.
Poweri. agea x 'years, imner as snrs. j.
H. Haak. of this city. The remains are
at the rcsident-e est ahliphment of J. P.
Finley A ton, Montgomery at 5th, Notice
of funeral hereafter.
WHITSELL Feb. 12. Georpe. Baker Whit-
sell, late of t:.4 isenatem ave.. aged
veara. 10 months. IS days. The remains
are st the residence funeral parlors of
Walter C. Kenworthy. 15"2-ir.34 E, 13th,
Sell wood. Funeral notice later.
nAII kinds o( Flowers, Bedding and
Vegetable Plants, Japanese goods
and Plants. Special sale, bargains.
103 1th St., bet. Yamnill and Tay
ior. Moose Tempie building.
ROTTED cow and horoe manure. East lSL
JUNK AND HARDWARE.
The Oregon Junk Co., 274 Front "st.
Main 52oo. We buy all-kinds Junk, metals,
pay highest prices. See us before you sell.
PARKER School of Popular Music Terms, i
to 20 lessons. 401-2 Eilers bldg
OREGON Conservatory School of Music
. 345" Washington si., at Broadway, city.
EM 11. TE1ELH0RN. violin teacher, pupil
SevcHt. 207 Fliedner bldg. Bdwy. 162.
VIOLINIST will give instruction to begin
ners, lessons 75c. Woodlawn 2S21.
PIANO or vocal instructions, special rales.
10 lessons 5. AM 330, Oregonlaii.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORE?
a SAVING from 30 to 50 per cent.
S" 1'romptly fitted glasses as low
aa gl.50. 4000 satisfied customers.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Chaa. W. Good
man, optometrist, 200 Morrison. Main 2124.
R. G. WRIGHT 2- years' experience, U. S.
and foreign patents, uui ftnuiu mug.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS, 00& Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, lemaie aisoruera. iwu uuu
ki . stomach, liver. kidneys, boweis
throat; goiae. scaJp, high blood, pressure.
DR. FLORA A. BROWN, goitre and diseases
rtf women, i w tu. suruaiue, tui.
PLUAIBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
StarR-iJavis to., ati- u -"'
l' f vtTi n: it t 1 K. OantenbeiQ. iler.
Printing ana linotyping. iwt l-
corner star, main or a xtxo.
THE TVV PHKSS.
a5 Stark st. Broadway 408, A 40S8.
r...l.,l . .4,.-. F. W. BALTES & COMPAQ!,
t and Oak sts. Main 165. A 11 Ho.
KEAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES, 404 Wilcox bldg.
NORTHWEST RUG CO., established 1903.
Fluff rugs ana rag rugs woven an bh-c-.
East Sth and Taylor. East 35S0, B lUau.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, pacKing, snip
ping and moving; horse and auto vans;
special freight rates to ail points.
C O. PlCK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
2d and Pine sts. Broadway A 19tm.
nn pfirtV TR A VSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan St.,
corner ism. leiepnone uroauway 40, ui
A 1150. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal ixacaa,
lowest insurance rates in the city.
n-p fraicht rtM tn all noints on household
goods. aWannmg vv arenouse ac iiausiei
Co., th and Hoyt. uroaaway .uj.
MimsOX-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE.
Office ISO Aladison. tienerai mercaanaise
snd forwarding agents, flioiie aiain mm.
PACKING, MOVING, STORAGE.
SECURITY" STORAGE & TRANSFER CO..
105 Park st. Main 5190. A 1051.
NATIONAL, FUEL, CO. East 2011. -E. 2d and
Oregon sts.; slabwood. $3.75, delivered.
GREEN AND DRY SLAB WOOD, fclockwood.
Panama Fuel Co. East 72. B 2SS0
PAINTS, OLLS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. KLINE. 84-tstf Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING.
M. L. KLINE. S4-8B Front St.
PRODI 'JE COMMISSION MEKCHANTS.
EVERDLNG & FARRELL, 140 Front St.
HOPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northmp.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER & CO., 12th ar.a Davis sts.
MILLER Wall Paper & Pt. Co.. 172 lrt st.
MORGAN WALL PAPElSCQ.. 230 2d st.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Lowest Prices Best Service.
No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other ceme
teries. M AUSOLllTJM,
.K1V.U.K VIJUW ABB&Y
Taylor's Ferry Road, End Riverview
The only civilized method of burial.
Snow-white, always dry, sanitary tombs.
Permanent title and endowment; $250 up.
3 Plttock Block. Phone Broadway 851.
MARTIN FORBES CO.. Florists. 354
Washington. Main 26!l, A 12t. Flowers
lor ail occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS.. Florists. 2S7 Morrlsen St.
Main or A 1805. Fine flowers and floral
designs, .no orancn stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and Sth. Main 510, A 1101.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 2121. Selling
mug., oin ana Aiuer sts.
FtOPl.ES FLORAL SHOP, 245 Alder.
r lowers ana designs. r"none Marshall 5H-'2.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-2GB 4th
St., opposite City Hall. Main 8564. Philip
ixeu A- ;one lor memostais.
IOBLaesinC Gran;t CO.'
IJ Third kt madison 5TREE.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office. Boom 153 Coilrthonse, 5th St.
rhone from 8 to ft. Main :,78, Home Phone A
ioZ iMgni can aiter on ice noun. Ala in s.o.
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Klectric lethal chamber for small
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and
disabled animals at a moment s notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pets communi
cate with us. Call for- all lost or strayed
stock, aa we look after all impounding.
There Is no more city pound, just Oregon
ON FARM AND RESIDENCE
PROPKUTY. NO COMMISSION.
701 CORBKTT BLUU, PORTLAND. OR.
ON BUSINESS AND HESIDKNCB
S07-S KortfcOTcatcra Bauak Bids.
Insurance, Surety Bonds
01 WILCOX BLDG. Uala 702, A 3702
A lady has left her 1918 Metz tour
ing car with us to sell. It has not been
run 50 miles, and she is willing to
take a big discount on same. The fac
tory guarantee goes with the car.
Main 6244. Washington St. at 21st
n Panada mm aaaa xor ajoo farm aaal 1 1
aJty lea ma at cloae Intercast ratca. 1 1
Prompt. Bailable SerTtea. II
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
tl7ZlU Aartlimeaten Hmm wiuig,
l or Solo Lot.
THAT VACANT LOT Tux a a burden Into
liicome. W design and build any thin,
furnish tho money If desired; lght year
in Portland. L R. Bailey Co.. contract
Icg architects,' Northwestern Bank bldg.
LOTS FOR SALE.
Executor's sacrifice; 30 sightly, full lots,
near Rose City Park and car, 3XS0; will
THOMSON. Mohawk B'.dff.
FOH SALE 1 lot at Capitol Hill; lot -4.
block 16, 50x100. No reasonable offer re
fused. For particulars Kppiy to Mrs. S. J.
Begffs, Summer land. B. C, Okanogan
$Hl,0OO 6TH ST.. only 3 blocks from Port
land Hotel; 48x100; Income; terms; ideal
FRANK L. McGUIRE, Abtngton Bldg.
A BARGAIN Lot 100x70 on Union ave. and
Irving st. 3. K., corner. Call Broadway
4007 irora 8 A. M. to o P. M.; after tt P.
M.. call East 6354.
$7iWTWO full lots Groveland Pk.. E. S4th,
near Division. McGuire. M. lo6S.
$21tW WILLIAMS ave., near Broadway.
FRANK L. McGUIRE. Abingtan bldg.
jtiO PORTLAND HEIGHTS, &Oxltt."i, view.
FRANK L, McUl'IKE, Abington bldg.
For Sale Hotaiea.
CLOSE IN. GOOD BARGAIN.
5 rooms, modern. In good shape, garage,
2 blocks from carltne. one block from
school; price $1800. $500 cash, balance
C. A. Warriner,
RITTER, LOWE A CO..
203-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS Superior, almost
new a-room resmence, ciosa in, wonaenui
location and view; hardwood floors, white
enamel and mahogany thro ugn out, sleep
ing porch, fireplace, 2 bathrooms, plenty
closets, large grounds, fine trees. BROOKE,
641 Montgomery Drive, cor. Elm at. .Mar
shall 4827, A 3830. Call mornings. .
I own 6 modern 5-room bungalows, 2 in
Sunnyslde. 2 on Milwaukle ave. and Hol
gate. 1 in Alberta district; will sell any
one of them for $1000 less than cost, about
J. W. GRUSSI.
316 Board of Trade, Main 7452.
ST. JOHNS HOME SNAPS.
We have several good homes, 5 and 6
rooms each, at snap prices, from $1700 to
$2500, easy terms. See us for St. Johns
GRUSSI & DOWNEY.
31tf Board of Trade Bldg.
BARGAIN ON MARYLAND AVE.
Well built, 5-room house and large at
tic, one block from Kenton carllne; price
$1750, easy terms.
C. A. Warriner,
RITTER, LOWE & CO.,
203-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
I HAVE some fine homea for sale in Rose
City, Irvington, irvington .rarjc ana an
parts of the city; cash and terms; I can
save you money. Call Monday and Tues
day, after Tuesday write 401 E. 50th N.
Rose City car to 50th, 3 blocks south.
LA URELHU RST HOME.
Fine 6-room jouse, hot-water heat, alt
built-in effects, oak floors, garage, etc.;
price is a bargain at $4750; any reasonable
GRUSSI A DOWNEY.
316 Board of Trade. Main T452.
$200 CASH BALANCE EASY.
Modern 5-room bungalow, on Wood
stock carllne, lot 50x100, price $1600.
C. A. Warriner.
RITTER, LOWE & CO..
203-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
$7000 NEW O-room Dutch Colonial resi
dence, iUr$ mi-iL, uioiniVi. ah
conveniences incorporated. 10 per cent
income assured. Will deposit $1000 in bank
to guarantee same for 3 years.
FRANK L. McGUIRE. Abington Bldg.
TAKE THIS ONE QUICK.
Good 4-room, plastered ; cellar, toilet,
cement sidewalks; 50x100 lot, fruit trees,
lawn, good neighborhood; on 17th st. N-,
3 blocks from car; neat and nice; $850.
good terms. Speak quick. Badley. 404
N. W. Bank bldg
FINE, modern home, 6 rooms, bedrooms
have large closets, uutcn aitcnen, xuu
basement, tubs, electricity, gas. near Haw
thorne, two car lines, close in, st. paid, only
$2000, $250 down, balance easy. Main
1003. 508-9 C. of C.
WEST SIDE BUNGALOW SACRIFICE.
Modern, 6-room buneslow, only 'J years
old, fireplace, etc., cost $1800. lot
40x100. located South Portland, near st.
car. $1950. terms. C. B. Xuggle, 114 X.
W. Bank bldK. Main 4543.
Before buying elsewhere obtain our list
of exquisite homes tor sale on easy terms
in L,aurelhurst, the show place of Port
land. LAUSELHURSI CO.. 270 ij Stark
st. Main 1700, A 1515.
BUNGALOW I own three beautiful mod
ern bungalows, 4, 5 and 7 rooms, Kast
Side, one north, one south, one Hawthorne
district; will sell on very, easy terms and
below the market value. Call evenings,
$J00 CASH BALANCE EASY.
Modern 5-room bungalow, on Woodstock
carline, lot 60x100, price $1600.
C. A. Warriner.
RITTER. LOWE & CO..
ons-o-T Board of Trade Bide
One, cost 6y2, take $6500; one. cot
$6,100, take $0500. can't be beat; one, coat
$7000, take f 51150; one, cost $7500, take
$5800. All In Irvington. East -.til. W. 11.
5-ROOM modern bungalow in nice neigh
borhood, near Franklin High School. If
you are looking for a splendid little home
see this and make me an offer. Phone
$1S00 100x100, East 27th at.; 5-rm. mod.
bungalow, nt-ar P. car shops; cash.
FRANK U McGUIRE, Abington Bltlg.
2-ROOM house, woodshed, wood and bach
elors furniture, all for $100; furniture
alone worth that. Foot of Carolina bl,
near S. P. track. Take Fulton car.
FURNISHED 5-rm. bungalow, basement.
furnace, fireplace, Dutch kitchen, buffet;
lot 2'i 1-3x100; street improvement! paid;
$ irjQQ. terms. Call 1078 Hawthorne.
$1200 NEW 4-room bungalow, 2 nice lots.
$100 cash, $0 per month. 3 0n2 Spalding
DIG g. f-i V fllinB I'liunc j.avji v-mv.
HUBBELL & SON, 1421 Sandy, oldest firm
ROSE CITr PARK, can eH you a food
house cheap. See us first. Tabor .3161.
HV0 FINE, improved West Side property,
o..4n.6 18th. between Ixvejoy and Mar
shal" Terms. Phone owner. East 3S99.
SS5U0 FINE, improved West Side property.
"'42"6 18th, between Lovejoy and Mar
shell Terms. Phone owner. East 3809.
6-ROtflrf modern bungalow, aleeplng-porch.
full cement basement, at bargain. See
owner. Division st.
" i non-WEST SIDE $ 1 900
5-rm.. 25x100. on Clay st.; terms.
FPANK 1 McGUIRE, Abington Bldg.
6-ROOM house and lot. a snap, fl800; don't
notner unies- i?V
4U03 72d st. S. E. Tabor 780j.
IRVINGTON iMoaern o-room n-siucnce, noi-
water neai, leepuiii m
a bargain. Call Main 1760.
MODERN 5-room bungalow, 1 block to car;
Irvington Park. Bargain, $2250. Easy
trrms. Main 5812.
i a.io s u x x r s i d e.
5-rm modern bungalow, furnace, etc. ;
terms. Geo. T. Moore Co., Abington bldg.
6-ROOM modern bungalow. 2;id, near Haw
thorne; siutnj icbb iiih
Phone Marshall 1950. apt. 46.
FOR SALE Nicely furnifhed 7-room modern
Iiat, at UlUtM " " "
AM LEAVING CITY, must sell my 6-room
modern nouse. aiwi oioc. v.c
goniaru $1 250 SOX 120 ; 5-RMj Woodstock car lin e ;
FRANK L. McGUIRE. Abington Bldg.
FOR SALE, small nouse, easy to move.
cheap. I'none wp""'"" --
MODERN bungalow, Hawthorne district.
fine neignoornooQ. no wttma. wain .on.
RICHMOND bungalow, modern conveniences.
$3000; casn uuv. wwner, jjmi.