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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, MAT 27, 1910.
, SISKIYOUS OPPOSED
Pavement 12 Feet Wide Held
to Be Inadequate.
FUND QUESTION IS RAISED
Matter to Be Considered and Prob
ably Decided at Meeting or High-
way Commission. Today.
Whether pavement shall be 16 or 12
feet wide on sections of the Pacific
highway will be' determined at today's
tneeting of the state highway commis
sion. There is a section in the Siskiyou
mountains for which a contract was let
early In May on a basis of 12 feet.
Since then the commission has been
stormed with resolutions and communi
cations urging that nothing less than
a. 16-foot pavement be laid.
Commissioner R. A. Booth cham
pioned the 12-foot pavement on the
theory that the Pacific highway must
lie paved and questioned whether there
would be sufficient funds available for
a 16-foot pavement the entire distance.
The question of available funds 'will be
determined at today's session. The
commercial clubs of Medford and Ash
land have sent resolutions opposing
anything less than a 16-foot pavement.
Contractor to Shave Bid.
Oskar Huber, contractor for the Sis
kiyou section, has offered to shave a
couple of hundred dollars a mile on his
bid and will submit his revised figures.
The arguntent is made that a 16-foot
road is necessary and if the commis
sion makes a 12-foot road now it will
eventually have to be widened at a
cost about three times the cost of
widening it now. California will come
up to the Oregon line with a 16-foot
road and the Medford-Ashland protest
ants say that leaving a 16-foot road in
California and striking a 12-foot road
in Oregon would create an unfavorable
impression. The base is now graded
Xor 24 feet In the Siskiyou section.
Protest against the location of a sec
tion of the Columbia river highway be
tween The Dalles and Chenoweth will
be made, although bids have been ad
vertised for. The Chenoweth section is
25 per cent longer than the straight
road to The Dalles. Frank Seufert will
go before the commission to object to
the Chenoweth route.
Postroad Project Considered.
State Senator I. L. Patterson con
sulted with members of the commis
sion yesterday regarding rushing the
postroad project between Salem and
Dallas. The commissioners agree to
call for bids for. grading for the June
10 meeting, the bids being contingent
on the passage by the voters of Polk
county of their proposed road bond bill.
If the bonds fall to carry the bids will
be rejected and Senator Patterson
promised to pay the cost of the adver
tising himself. If the bonds carry the
Salem-Dallas road will get a flying
Contracts for 129.80 miles of road
work are advertised for awarding at
today's meeting. Of this mileage, 36
will be hard surface and 94.80 miles
will be grading and macadam. Of the
paving. 22.3 miles will be between the
Multnomah county line and Hood River
city on the Columbia highway, and 11.2
miles will be between Rainier and
Clatskanie. The longest grading job
will be 26.8 miles on Cabbage hill in
the Kamela section in eastern Oregon.
Clackamas Work Planned.
Clackamas county, which heretofore
has refrained from voting road bonds
plans a special election and road bond
issue this summer, according to a dele-
lie Knows at Least Fifty People
VTto Took Tanlac After See-
ing Good It Did Him.
1 tried almost everything under the
Sun for my trouble, but nothing ever
m,e, any sood until 1 to Tanlac,"
Eaid.M. S. Smith of 7009 Fifty-ninth
avenue southeast, Portland, Or to a
Tanlac representative the other day.
IUr. Smith came to Portland in Jan
w.5 Denver- For 42 years he
ivas in the general mercantile business
in Bussey, la. He was postmaster at
avilia, la., from 1SS3 to 1889 and
Bgain from 1892 to 1897.
"I had been bothered with my kid
5tC3'S fo.th past slx years." continued
Mr. Smith, "but this kept getting worse
nil the time, and while my appetite
and digestion has always been good
a. j,ear ag0i my appetite
began to fail me and I got to where I
didn t relish a thing. I simply had to
CeJ?J'Tn ever"thing I did cat and
this didn t seem to do me any good
because I fell off In weight from 145
pounds down to 107 pounds, and by
this time my strength and energy had
just about left me. I was in an awful
rundown condition and lots of times
after my work I'd feel just like giving
up. but I wouldn't let myself think
of such a thiwg because I knew If I
did give up it would be the last of me
"My kidneys bothered me so much
at nigtit that I couldn't get any sleep
or rest and I'd get up in the mornings
feeling just as tired and worn out
as when I went to bed, and I'd also
feej sore and stiff. My back pained
me most all the time and I couldn't
hardly get out of my chair after sit
ting down for a while, and I had blind
"I was in Denver when I read about
Tanlac doing so much good for others
no I got a bottle, and before I had
finished half of it my appetite began
to come lack to me and I wasn't
troubled so much with my kidneys
Well, by the time I had taken four
bottles of Tanlac I was feeling just
like a new man. I was eating like a
growing child hungry all the time
and was sleeping the whole night
through. My strength and energy came
back to me because I have gained 32
pounds in weight, and this alone ought
to convince anyone of the amount of
good that I have had from Tanlac.
Before I left Denver I knew of at least
50 people that were taking Tanlac
on my recommendation. I never lose
n. chance to (.peak a good word in its
favor and I'm going to take a few
more bottles of it for a tonic."
Tanlac is sold in Portland by the
Owl Drug Co. Adv.
I! I J Reduce your doctor's
J! 2A by keeping
" always on hand ,
"YOUR BODYGUARD" -30f, 60$ I.2C?
gation which visited the commission
ers yesterday. The bond issue will be
large enough to provide for a new sus
pension bridge across the Willamette
river, connect various communities In
the county and also provide for build
ing a road to connect Oregon City with
the Mount Hood loop which the gov
ernment will start constructing this
NORTH BEND. Or., May 26. (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Wilhelmlna Gebhardt,
a pioneer resident of this city,
died at the home of her daughter Sun
day afternoon, following a brief illness.
She was 74 years old and Is survived by
two sons, Robert Gebhardt, engaged in
the paint business In this city, and C. F.
Gebhardt, residing at Oakland. Cal.,
and a daughter, Mrs. C. S. Kaiser, with
whom she lived during her residence
MARSHFIELD, Or.. May 26. (Spe
cial.) Bessie Flanagan, 19, daughter of
E. G. Flanagan, .died last night, the
eighth victim of the recent influenza
wave. .Miss Flanagan's death caused
postponement and abandonment of
many high school functions scheduled
for this week. She was due to gradu
ate in June. Miss Flanagan's mother
died a few days ago, and a sister is .at
Mercy hospital 111 with Influenza. The
Flanagan family Is one of the oldest in
the Coos bay district.
FORESTERS DUE IN AUGUST
MASSACHUSETTS TO SEXT 20 0
MEMBERS TO OREGON.
Inspection of Large Sawmills and
Trip Over Columbia Highway to
Mark Visit Here.
Nearly 200 members of the Massa
chusetts Forestry association are sched
uled to arrive in Portland July 25 to
spend three days Inspecting national
parks and forests and will be guests of
officials of the United States forestry
department, who are. making plans foi
entertaining the delegation. The east
erners have arranged an itinerary that
will take them through the Yellowstone
national park. Rainier park and forest,
coming to the coast via the northern
route, and returning over the southern
While in Portland members of the
association are to be conducted through
some of the largest sawmills in this
section, and taken over the Columbia
river hlErhwav tr T7" ilo s.aV ...11.
possible tramp over Eagle creek trail !
as an added feature. Harry A. Rey
nolds, secretary of the Massachusetts
organization, is in communication with
A. G. Jackson of the department of
education it, the district forester's of
fice, who will have charge of their
The "object of the trip Is to become
more familiar with conditions in the
national parks and forests and to be
come better acquainted with the north
west. From Portland the party will go
south to Crater national forest and
park, thence to California and east
ward. The Massachusetts association mem
bers came west several years ago, in
smaller numbers, and it is expected the
publicity given the northwest by those
who made that trip will result in a
much larger representation this year.
CAR UPSETS, TWO INJURED
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Yates of Van
couver Meet With Mishap.
VANCOUVER., Wash., May 26. (Spe
cial.) Bert Yates and wife were se
verely injured Saturday night when
their automobile upset a few miles this
side of Salem. Mr. Yates' nose was
broken and he also suffered body
bruises and lacerations of the face. The
extent of Mrs. Yates' injuries is not
known. While thought not to be seri
ous, they were such as to prevent her
removal to this city. She is in a hos
pital at Salem. Their 10-months-old
baby was thrown clear of the car and
Just how the accident occurred is not
known. It is thought that either a deT
feet in the steering gear of the car or
the loose gravel in which the auto
mobile was running at the time caused
it to swerve, allowing the car to go
over an embankment.
OVERSEAS CHANCES OPEN
Men Wanted for Special Limited
Service in France.
Toung Americans who regret the
fact that they did not get an opportu
nity to go to France during the world
war. and who still desire to go over
seas, are offered a chance by the United
States marine corps, which is enlisting
men for "special limited service" in
P'rance. Musicians, especially, are in
demand to relieve men now in the serv
ice, and men for service duty who want
to epenl the summer abroad are urged
to enlist at once.
Those enlisting are transferred direct
to the marine overseas depot at Quan
.tico, Va., from which place they will be
transferred immedlate-y to France.
Persons interested are requested to call
upon the recruiting sergeant at 304
Panama building. Third and Alder
KNIGHTS BACK ARMY DRIVE
Catholic Order Will Help Salvation
ists Rase Fund.
Resolutions congratulating the Salva
tion Army on its war activities, and
Dledginsr tha Knnnnrt n f Ka ir.i.kt. .
Columbus in the coming Salvation Army
drive, wfre adopted yesterday by the
Oregon state convention of the Knights
The convention elected the following
officers for the coming year: Frank J.
Lonergan, state deputy: A. A. MIckel,
state secretary; J. W. Dyer, state treas
urer; S. M. P. IJolan, state advocate; and
K. S. Donnely, state warden.
The convention pledged the support
of the knights to the reconstruction
measures on the ballot in the June elec
tion. The chairman read a letter from
Mjiinr C. fi VmauA.th v, 1. 1 i
- - ....... , ... .naiiniiis t lie
secretaries and chaplains of the knights
iur- ineir services during the war.
TOURISTS LOOK TO OREGON
State Game Warden Receives Many
Letters From East.
That Oregon will be invaded this
summer by more tourists from other
states than in any previous season is
the belief expressed by State Game
Warden Shoemaker, who is receiving
inquiries from large numbers of pro
pective visitors who desire to spend the
heated season in wilds of Oregon.
"We are receiving Inquiries daily
from people in California, Arizona, Utah
and Nevada," said Mr. Shoemaker yes
terday, "and I believe the tourist travel
this summer will exceed that of any for
mer year. Information concerning camp
ing sites, the license requirements for
hunting and fishing, and provisions of
the game code, is asked In nearly all
letters reaching this office."
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nian. Phone Main 7070, A 6095. -
GLEAM-UP PLAHS HATCHED
POLICE AXD CITY ATTORNEY'S
OFFICE WORK TOGETHER.
Preparations Being Made for Ac
tivity Against Law-Breakers
When Evidence Secured.
With no sensational developments in
the clean-up campaign yesterday, police
and city officials continued marshaling
their forces against gamblers and
criminals. Deputy City Attorney Hind
man, whom Mayor Baker detailed to
act as adviser to police who want help
in collecting evidence, haC a long con
ference with Chief of Police Johnson,
but announced that although several
tentative plans for helping the police
bureau had been dtscussed, no definite
conclusion had resulted.
Deputy City Attorney Norton spent a
part of the day working on the draft
of a new ordinance covering disorderly
houses by which he hopes to avoid
some of the technical points which po
lice say make it almost Impossible to
convict proprietors of these resorts.
Mr. Norton consulted the police regard
ing the draft to get their viewpoint on
the practical difficulties in getting
The trial of the 36 men arrested at
Sixth and Burnside streets Sunday
morning as they came out of an alleged
gambling club will come up later in
the week. Attorneys for the prisoners
demanded trial by jury.
Police headquarters were rife with
rumors of changes in the personnel of
the different departments, but the chief
did not announce any transfers. Mr.
Hindman said that after studying the
situation hurriedly, he felt that Port
land ranked high among the coast cities
in the matter of crime prevention, al
though the sudden increase in popula
tion since the advent of the shipyards
and war prosperity might necessitate
some changes in police methods.
- A N T X G E C
MAT. DAILY 2:30 -W
B. D. Bene. Inc., Frwoti
COLLEGE CIKL VKOLICS
A Flirtation. In Two Episodes. With Manic
by Joseph Burrowes.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 8.
Thrte Performances Daily. Night Curtain
at 7 and 9.
MATINEE JJAILY 10c ONLY.
Billon 4fc Frank's eccentric comedians, com
puny of 30 and The Rosebud Girls in
An avalanche of Mirth and Music
Country Store (extra) Tonight.
AX W Aftlt.
"Molly of the Follies"
Abo enmeriy. "Boobs and Bumps." and
Burton Holmes Travelogue.
Opn from 9 o'clock in the moraine until
4 o'clock the following morning.
h Summer Opening
jj Admission 10c 5
Montana Jack's Jazz Band n
DANCING TONIGHT AT
10-Pirca Orchestra and Monte Austin.
The Hall Beautiful.
Finest Ballroom In West.
fourteenth at Washlnarton.
!l i THIS MKKKll
1 FERGUSON VI I
1 "EYES OF ) 1 f
if j THE SOUL" I t
i f- r i
'! ' t COMING 11 1 J
I jj DOCG. FAIRBANKS I jj I
J f. A 24,000 PICTl'RE ill
r . . "v
flies. VI od.
TAYLOR GRANVILLE and
LAURA P1KRPONT In
The Bis; Patriotic Melodrama
AN AMERICAN ACE
From the Play by Lincoln J. Carter.
Delrn. Hersehel Healer. Joseph K.
Bernard. -N rtm Kelly. Aerial hhawi,
Orpheum Travel Weekly. Kinos-rams.
Mallnoni, lOc to 75c; Nights, lUc to $1.
MAX. WED.. t5e
-An Instantaneous Kit
As Znle In
Funniest farce ever written
Evenlnjrs, 25c. 60c. Mats. 25c (Wed . Sat )
Next Week: THE DIVORCE QUESTION
SEATS NOW SELLING
Starting; Monday, Jane 2.
Musical Comedy Co.
In Iritile Scheff's Success
With the Two National Stars
MABEL WILBER AND
SECURE SEASON SEATS NOW.
KEEP COOL NOW,
GO TO THE
THREE BELMONTE SISTERS
Pretty, Dainty. Dressy Singers and
The Hebrew Statesman.
"A Park Flirta
tion." HELEN CHADWICK
"CALEB PIPER'S GIRL."
Get in Line. Not a Moment's Wait.
CHAT NO. 10.
Every door alonp The Trail at
THE OAKS is an entrance to new
Not only are the most successful
amusement features of past years
and of other parks found at THE
OAKS, but novelty amusements
found nowhere else are available to
We tell you many srood things
about the Armstrong Folly company
and the Cole McElroy Jazz Band,
but they are only big parts of the
big show. Bring the family out early
today and take In The Trail amuse
Tou'll find them Just as delightful
as thousands of others here. Them's
everything along The Trail from the
shooting gallery to the scenic rail
way, the ever-thrilling Rodeo and
the miniature steam railway for the
kiddies, the zoo. with its lively
monkeys and Its frolicsome bears.
When the "grown-ups" forget
their cares in , the beautiful park
that Is the home of these pleas
ures they must also forget they
are not children, for they ride the
hobbyhorses and the little cars al
most as much as the little folks do
Come out today. Cars at First and
Alder any time.
JOHN F. CORDRAT, Manager.
Read the Chats for Oaks Tark
ROLLER SKATING RINK
Largest and Finest Skating Rink
in the Northwest.
Health and Exercise.
Afternoon and Evening.
Cars First and Alder.
The Science of Rlcat Living; and Right Thinking
HEALTH, HAPFI-SKSS AND SUCCESS
Harriet Luella McColIum
Psychologist Lecturer Supreme.
Eloquent, Entertaining. Inspiring. Instructive.
Twice Dally, 3 P. M. and 8 P. M.
TUESDAY, MAY 2T TO 31.
Today, 3 P. M. Environment In Character
--"v 8 P. 31. "The Psychology of the Adolescent."
Eleventh and Morrison.
AUCTION 8 A r-ca TODAY. -
At the Baker Auction House. Tamhltl and
west Park streets, sale at 10 A Sa.
2237. KN'IOHTS ANI
LAPIES OF SECURITY
Memorial prvlcen next Fri
day. May 30. 8 1. M-. SwI.hs
hall. Thlrl and Jeffereon. for
ur oMir boys. All councils
are Invited to Join wltb u.
Larco class Initiation. All
members are requested to be
IERY A stated cociriave
Hill be held this (Tuesday)
evening at 7::; o'clock. Ksat
Business of Importance. A larice attendance
,1T" f"1; A." oJournlna- KnlKht Templars
UtiO. P. EISMAN Reocrdtr.
A. AND A. B. RITK.
Ml'LTN'OMAH COUNCIL OF
KA1XISH, NO. 1. Kes-ular
meeting In auditorium. Scottish
Rite cathedral, this Tuejdav)
evenlnir at 8 o'clock. Work in
&Oth derree. Rv order
ITANHOB LODGE. NO. L
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS. meets
T,rr Tuaadtv aveatns. Castle
. V Hall. Seventh and Aider sis.
THAD L. CRAVES, K. V. t.
. . . ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. I. O.
Vf IO F.. will meet this (Tuesday
3 ievenln at I. O. O. Y. temple. 1st
V.' vA. land Alder streets. W ork In the
-TiS! Patriarchal degree. Visiting- Iat
niTiw rlarcha welcome.
J. J. HAWKINS, C. P.
CHARLES CHRISTIANSEN. Scribe.
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. 1M,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) even.
Ing. May 27. Work In M. M. do
gree. First section 6: 3D o'clock,
second section 8 o'clock. Vlnltors
W. P. ADAMS, Secretary.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO.
111. A. V. KSO A. M. Special
communication this (Tuesday),
evening at 7 o'clock. Work In
the M. M. degree. V lei ting
C. K. MILLER, Secretary.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER.' NO.
54. O. E. S. Stated communica
tion this (Tuesdsy) evening at 8
a o clock, social, visitors welcome.
w. liv nr.fst. f ih. Wnnhv Matron.
MTRA H. GL1.NES, Sec
COLUMBIA REBCKAH LODGE. NO. S.
I. O. O. F. All the officers and members
are requested to attend the funeral services
of our late sister, Emily Brown, which will
be held from St. Lawrence ctiurcn, 4a ana
German, May 1'7, at U:3) A. M.
MARY UE1L. Noble Grand.
IDA ELLIS. Sec.
MULTNOMAH CIKCLK. NO. T44. NEIGH
BORS OF WOODCRAFT, wlil give a dance
and light refreshments at their hall. UU4
Taylor, near Tenth street. In honor or re
turned soldiers and sailors. Admission free.
Visitors cordially invited.
MYRTLE COoVKKT. Correspondent.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 Sixth sr.
FRIEDLANDER'S Xor lodge emblems,
class pins and meda:s. 310 Washington st.
THORSEN In this city. May 23. 1019, John
Thorsen, ticed 34 yrars. Kern ulna at HH
mani funeral parlura. Funeral notice
REECE In this city. May 2K, Joseph Rwce,
apr-a art years. The remains art at ln
ly' Montgomery at ftih.
HOPS At the residence. 1163 Laurel hurst
avenue, aged 64 years and o montns.
Henry Roc., beloved husband of Mary
Ho6; father of May C. Rons and Wll 1 .am
A. Rosm. and the late Henry CI eve. Rot.
A-lso survived by two grandchildren, Alice
May and Dorothy Jane Ko.b, of Bolee.
Idaho. Funeral services will be held at
H.ao l M. today (Tuesday ), May lii. in
the chapel of the Ho) man Vndertaklng
Co. Friends Invited. Interment will be
In River view cemetery.
CATE At the residence of his father. T. A.
Cate. ancouver, Washington, cda P. Cate,
aiiud 24 years, beloved husband of Anna
and son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cate of
Vancouver; brother of Mrs. Norman Whit-
In b and Cleveland C. Cate of this city,
and Ruf us Cate of Olex. Oregon. Funeral
services will be held at Limner undertak
ing par Ion. Vancouver. Washington. May
JH. at 10 A. M.
ROBINSON In this city. May 25. He!en
Ernes title Robinson, aged 2 years 1 month
14 days, beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest H. Robinson of Stanley sta
tion, Oregon. The funeral services will be
held from the conservatory chapel of the
F. S- Dun nine. inc.. 414 East Alder, at
2 P. M today (Tuesday). Fi lends Invited.
Interment Rose City cemetery
WEAVER At the residence. 407 Jackson
St.. May I'O, Mrs. Nellie M. Weaver, age
Ml years, beloved mother of Mrs. Virginia
Krltg of Portland. Or.. Henry 8. Rollins
of Los Angeles. Cal.. Fred Rollins of Port
land, Or. Funeral services will be held
tomorrow ( Wednesday . May 2, at 2
P. M at th chapel of Miller fc Tracey.
Interment at Rivervlew cemetery.
CAMPBELL At the residence. 8H2 Northrup
Mrppt. May -'., iviv, .xatnaniei ampoeii,
aged "'- years 6 months, beloved huwt.and
of Alive M. Campbell. Friends invited
to a t tend the funeral services, which will
be held at the Portland crematorium at
3:30 P M. Friday. May 30, 1919. Remains
at Ilolman's funeral parlors.
KETTERN In this city. May 28. at the fam
ily residence, iinrt L. 73d St. N.. Anna M.
Kettern, aged o4 years, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Robertson. The funeral
services will be hHd May 2S. at 10:o0
o'clock A. M, at Flnley's. Montgomery at
5th. Incineration at ML Kcoit Park, cem
etery. GASLASHKFF At Dodson. Or., May 2.
Mike Oaslasheff, aged 16 years, son of
Mrs. George GaMashoff- and brother of
A rik, Anna, Guy la and Antolnettt. all off
M'a rrendale. Or. The funeral services will
he held May 2S at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at
Flnley's, Montgomery at 5th. Friends In
vited. Interment at Rose City cemetery.
EBENER In this city. December 29. lfll.
Theodore H. Ebener, aged 34 years, hus
band of Mm. Adelia Ebner of lHo Savier
st. The funeral services will be held May
27 at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at Flnley's, Mont
gomery at 5th. Friends invited. Interment
at Riverview cemetery.
TR AT LOR In this city. May 25, Boy 4
Traylor, aged 27 years, late of 649 K.
Ankeny st. The remains will b for
wnr.lcd May 27 by J. P. Flnly & Son to
Drain. Or., where services will be Held
and interment made.
BATTSON In this city May 24. William H.
lUttson. ag'd 57 years, late of Rldgefleld,
Wash;. Funeral services will be held from
the funeral home of Wilson & Ross, Last
Seventh street. Tuesday, May 27. at 1
P. M. Interment Vancouver cemetery.
LICHTENTHALKR The funeral services of
th late George C. Lichtentha)r will be
held May 27 at 1 o'clock P. M. at Fln
ley's. Montgomery at 5th. Friends invited.
Interment at Rivervlew cemetery.
GARMAN The funeral services of the late
Caroline I. Carman will be held May 27 at
4 o'clork P. M. at Flnley's. Montgomery at
5th. Friends invited. Interment at Al
EBENER The funeral services of the late
Theodore H. EKener will be held Tuesdav,
May 7, at 2:0 P. M. at the chapel of
Flnley & Son. Interment Kivervlew
nA-ll sunds of pot fiowsrs aad
beading pi ants, loc and up.
border plants. 5c doiia and up.
Heauiitul pansles. 5uc per doss a.
Vegetable po a doxen 25c and up.
" UblXNtK. FLOklBT.
S2ft Morrison u, J. or (.land hoiwi. Mar. 75S,
ai MorrLbon. bet, Htly. and Park. Alaj-. 21.
Portland's Aeaan'g Flower fihopa.
MARTIN e FORBivS CO.. Florists. IM
WtvsningtoQ. kan V. A 12dtf. Fiewsri
lor alt occasions artisticaiiy a,ranged.
' JVO 4 i n Ol.. XS A A TA Z LUIv.
CLARKE BKOfi.. Xiorlsta. Vbi alorrlaoa su
isam or A lsui. Fine flowers aad Xifi
designa No branch stores.
.PEOPLJiVS FLORAL BrfOP. 245 Alder. Flew
Srs and designs very reasotiavble. Mar.
1KV1NGTON PARK. FLORAL CO., 4Uk aad
Yamhill. Funeral dssign.-rs; lowest prlca
MAX M. 6M1TH. Main 715. A beUlaa
building. 6th and Alder sta.
ToNbivTU FLORAL CO.. 237 Washlnrtoa
su. bet. 4th and 5th. Main M02. 11SL.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
tfl L tlpp. City Hall. firm Bna.
ftfS BLAESING GRANITE CO. I
ITJ THIRD AT MAOISOW STWgET I
Phone your want ads to The Ore.ro
nlan. Phone Stain 7070, A 6035.
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 Oreonian, Main 7070 or
A 6093. House 29.
ACCORDION PLEATING. HEMSTITCHING
V J PLKAT skins, any style, ft: hemstnch
1r yrd; bullous covered. Kmu'in
- Nuyy Mfg. Co, tH Olh at. Muwy. -J'jo.
AGATE CTTTKRS AND MFG. JEWELERS.
.I1' anJ atch repsairinff; Mi.ien,
Bh. t- Majestic Theater tudg.
ALFALFA MEAL, GKOlM FKKD. HAY.
WALTKR SCOTT. Board of Trade. M.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
M?-XT,ANA ASSAY OFFICE. 14J Second
ooid. stiver iod platinum tmuftht.
MORRIS A. GOLDSTEIN, practice In all
courts. HQ2 Northwestern .Bank b.dg.
i?.1." J0X43. M. D. CANCER TREATED.
31. Morgan bid. Marshall tU4:i.
RUGS The kiod that wear the best are
mde from your wornout carpets by
the Northwest Rus Co. t former audri,
Lnlon ave.). Ha; rugs woven ail sizes.
Carpet cleaning:, reflttlnr and rei z.iik.
Main orders solicited. iss hlaat Kighth.
PHONE EAST iUVSu. 11
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Hag Buss. All zes Mall Orders 1'rompL
. . o End lor Lookleu
X12 Rugs Sifam or llry Clsaned. IL50.
. . . FLUFF KCU CO.,
T7nlon Ave. N. East 63t8. B 14T3.
,.JHE 1RW1N-HOUSON COMPANY.
337 W shlnston. Broudwav 4;M. A
S00.000 KNOW McMahon. lou'i chiropractor.
Throng! pronouncing treatment easiril,
"est. perman?nt. yi "tresis" $15. Tel.
I HIHOrlllllM ARC H SPM IAI.IST.
WILLIAM. Kstelle and Florella I0 Veny. ths
oniy scientific chiropodists atul arch spe
claiists In the city. Parlors vieriinser
'loe.. southwest corner beconii and Aivler.
t'hone M.iin 1301
CK AN h. LETTEIl CO.. 1510-11-12 Royal
bulldlnir. Marshall 5SJ2. MultlKrapliIns.
niimeceraph and mall advernsinx.
NKTH A CO., Worcester bids". Main 1798.
No collection, no charsen. Kstahhsnd l'.iu-j.
KAT11ERINE M. ROWS
guarantees to teach all latest dancei In 12
strictly private lessons; 1J lessons $3; 4
lessons $2. Hours lu A. M. to lo p. M.
o:t Elri bldg.. bet. 4th and olh on
Washington st. Main S004.
ALI8KY Dar.cing Academy. :td and Niorris.n.
Private Instructors day and evening. Claps
social dances held in M. W. A. hsll. 11th
and Burnside pts.. Saturday evenlncs:
MRS. BAVIIS DANCING Academy. S0S-11
Lekum bldg. Best instructors. Bertnncrs'
class Tues. eve., class party Frl. eve. I.cs-
sons jdiiys snd eve, by apt- Main 134.".
MRS FLECK'S ACADEMY. in; 2d" sTT Bull
room and stage dancing; clans Tues., Kri.
eve- ; children specialty. Main 21ol.
lOfi AM) CAT iTosi'ITAL"
HOSPITAL Dr. O. 11. Huthiiiaii. veterina
rian. 41." East ?th St. East 1-ilT. B l'.n'..'.
KI.HTKICAI. KKPAIK SHOP.
('((ii-ij 31 N. 1st St., Tortland. Or. Re-
J vXS wimlinK and electrical repainntf
JV, specla.ty. See us !out new or
xzam-aa used motors. HJwy. 1045. A 1046.
F.YK. K A R. NOSK AM) TIIKOAT.
lr. F. K. CaiHpdny, spoctallst: :.ise!t fittod.
TOP K. Burnside. cor. L"th. H i;;tS. K. 4734.
Multnomah Fuel Co. Main 5."!4n. A Hid.
II XRIIVOlt H.OORING.
UKT estimate for new or old house. Port
land Hardwood Floor Co.. 1 s W. Park et.
K. STKPHAN. hemstitching, scallop. ns. a
cordion side pleat, buttons covered; mnil
orders. 21'J Pittock block. Broadway lo:l.
bUUUKl'ILI.B TOP Co.. th and Oak sis. I
UKV (iOOIlS NOTIONS.
' ninif r I f I r" I n f .ctneli rnnm and of f lCe
LiUmNtLol ltLUUnT North Fifth street.
PACIFIC CHAIN C.. Hoard of Trade bids.
TinVHiilsKIt HAT Co.. oli-oft Front t.
VVO I- IASCAHA BVKK.
K4I1N BROS.. l'.'S Front street.
WHOLESALERS AND M AN V EAC Tt REKS.
w! pT flll.I.EIlCCLJ Front and Morrifon.
PAINTS. OIL ANU OLASS.
IIASMCSSEN & CO.. jid and Taylor
FTTN ERA L lntECTOBa.
IIOLJIAN UNDEllTAlvING CO.
Tblrd and Salmon atresia,
alam 6V7. A lliL
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service, for Less.
Independent Funeral Dlrectora,
Wash st UU 0th and 21st, Vi'eat Sid.
Main 26UL Lady Asslstanc A aX
WILSON 4k B.OE8.
Residential Funeral Home,
alast 7tb and Multnomah bts.
East 84- B-
TTuoiinPlsslVK J? Li J
slain s. wm.,""."'
Funeral parlors, with all me prlvacr of a
bom. Kit" tuu Everett sts. puone iiroad-
way Jli. burnt, A -13.
" F. 6. LU.NN1N6. INC..
4114 Alder. Phone i-aat SX
Perfect service, personal direction, frsi
. . 1 ....I i.tn eoumment.
nse ol morai - z : .
Hroaaway and Pine "street. PUona Urotu
430. A 4j5a- Lady attendanu
MR. AND MRS W. H. HAMILTON. Fa
"i .rvlce. 1U73 E. Ulisan. Tabor 4313.
... T t T?rPll iiast 11th and Clay Sis.
IT. i-u JjiaikLX tlast 1. B l3.
nnrz-icOXT Twelfth and Morrison slxeeLs.
EKICoUiN Broadway :;4.
. I..,-UU'11ITI1V I'll
6R02-04 U2A St.. Lents. Tabor 5287.
BREEZE & SNOOK TlVZTl?Xt
m -v -t r r ft f f u Williums Ave.
Ai Hi LtLLtn UUi Kail 1U. C K.S
a.- r- t u 'f x t vr ri 4-.1 Pi VY Xfi
t tV Ca r-C l .JL'C- w V .
and Clay. Main 415.!. A 2321. Lady aasiatapc
SEuND US YOUR OLD CARPETS
Old Rare d Weeles Clotklais;.
Wo Make HCTersible, Hand - Wee
Tsey Wesr Like Iroau
JIaU Orders. Bens) for nok.Iet.
Bi( H(i Waves. All Mitt,
9x12 Rugs, Steamed Cleaned. $1.50
WESTERN FLIFK Rl'R CO.
K4 Tslos Ave. N. East L51. U 147S
West Sldo 100x100. near
d Overton, with
room house, two
furnace, parage, lawn and shrubbery.
C. H. Korell. 207 Railway Exchange.
No phone information.
Thone your want ads to The Orego
nian. Fbone Mam 7070, A 6095.
1 1 -i '
EMU- TIIK1sHOI;N. v.ol.u. vio:. teacher;
pupil Stfvcik. 7 l;ilner bldjc. Id. 1'W.
TK A OH fclTI OK 1'lAXu N. : 2 I stl
J opu jr music tnufrht, &tc lesson.
N" ATI KOI AT1I.
IE YOU have been treated tor rheuir.ai-aia
and failed to be cured, try my meiica:ed
vapor treatment- It is a bonder, lgual
to hot sprtnfis. and wlil sav. you muiirr
UK. Kltun F. METER. NATUROPATH.
2I1 ClEKLlNtiLK B1DO. MAIN 11 '
OPTOMKTR1STS AMI OPTKItNS. .
e)fa GLASSES AT A SAVING.
X so.icit your patronage on th
-VLe' basis of capable service. Thou
sands of sat. si led customers. A
trial will convince. CharitiS w. Coodmac
optometrist, ana Morrison. Main
PAINTING, paper hanging, tinting. My
work is flrst-ciass. Phone r lul. E.
R. C. WRIGHT 2J years- experience V. S.
nd foreign patents. 001 Dekum bldg.
Oi'i.liHI-JIIG, ti-.'O Worcester bldg. Main 2.'.0..
LK. It. A. 1'Hll.LIPS Broadway bWi. Rheu
matism, stomach, bowel, lung, liver, kid
ney, h, adder, rectal, prostatic, female dia
orders. sum nf feet ions, high blood prtssurv.
DR. I V: V4TTPPs"?ni: t.. 1 - til aZ.
RQC Increased efficiency drugless treat
'w .unit. jjuure, Iill3i)lll,
PLVM Bl.Nii srt'i'LIES at wholesale prices
Stark-D.vis Co. 212 Third. Main TP.
KEYSTONE PRESS. J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. luulfc Front sl..
corner Stark. Main or A 141S.
PPIMTI'R K- w- BALTE3 & COMPANY,
I tllil I LIU 1st and cak sts. Main !.', A ln.j
. !-kcNI-H N! STORES.
LEVIN ilAHllWARE & FURNITURE CO..
221 Front Street
We buy aj.d sell everything In the hard
ware and ' furniture iine. Phon. .Main
P'.'Tu. A 7174.
SHOW CARDS AM) SL1DF.S.
Washington Slide Co.. 331 Vs Washington
Mezaa:iine floor. Majestic bldg. Mar. 2.
pTrtVE KK PA I KIN ii
WHO said your stove couldn't be fixed?
Send It to us and see any old stove. We
specialize on duollcates. welding, renickei
Ing of stove parts, buy and sell stoves and
pay highest prices; coils put In; a.i woia.
North Portland Stove Repair "Worka.
fo4 Savier Street. Phone Bdwy. 1G."9.
t k a n pY: k a nTTstorag k.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH .
Ti- j-rv!p With a It-puta:ton.,
MOVI.ST.-I'Al'KIXU STORA'IK B.Uir.An?,
13tii and Kearney. Iranch fis i, Broadway.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO.
t.ent-ra 1 Tn ns.r and Forward in c A pn:
1 HACK At;!-:. JiTOlCAOli AND TKAN.sFi:it
ASM ST. l.KQAnWAV 4 .V.
OKK'X'N TKAXSKKK CO.. 474 C.1.1SAN St..
corner of 1 :ith. Tt ..'phone 1 .roadway 1 -l
or 1 10!. We own mid operate two lard
class A" ar hntis s on terminal trmcks.
Lowest Insurance rlc in the city.
C M. OI.SoN TKANSFKK CO.. 24S PINK.
Jl.llilS. i.V-ST. IiufK & WAKEIIursE OK.
fice. lvil Madison at. General iiiorctiand it..
and forwarding agrnts. Phone Main lfiul.
I'AiKi xi m'ovTnI; stoi; i STT
SRCI U1TV STOKAGE ai TKAN'Sr'KR CO.
in.", l-ark St. Main Mil.".. A lo.".I.
CLAY S. MciK?:-:. Inc.
TRACKACK. PTOKAtlE. TKANSFER.
44X-4.-.4 C.ll?an St.
iilillltlriT prices paid, old watches and Jew
elry. Condition no oh.iect. Kevialrs a spe
ci.nty. Hair.ier Jewelry Co.. 4'.,t Wash. st.
W llol.HSXI.E M A M FA4TI BKKS.
gPKClAL ITItXITl'llK made to order;
restaurant tables our specialty. 6.'2 2d St.
I'IPK. PIPB rilTIXU AND VALVES.
M. I.. KL.1NK. 4-U Kront strccL
1'I.l'MBINC; AND STEAM SIPPI.IES.
ill. L. KL1NK. '4- tToal street.
PROUK'K COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NO & FAKREI.L, 140 Front street.
ROPE AND BIN1.ER TVVINK.
Portland Cortlage Co.. 14lh and Northrup.
SASH. HOOKS AND OLASS.
W. P. FI'LLKK & CO.. Front ami Morrlnon.
MOF.OAN WALL PAPER CO.. .tO 2d street.
NEW TOO AT.
100x100 in West Side terminal dis
trict, close in; ideal site where need
ing trackage and close proximity
' KASER & RAINEY
823-6 Gasco Bldp:.
1 Q nOf! Quatrterblock0 a
tDleJaUUU JininK factory of
'T",,vx'w Neustadtcr Bros. On
Grand ave., cor. Salmon. This is ona
of tiie best east side business locations
and exceptionally good lor garage or
auto business. C 1L Korell, -07 hail
rrom aid carpets. Carpet cleaning
jsllttlnr Has; rugs woven, all aisaa.
Mall orders solicited.
5. OUT 1 Lis r KLll'F CO,
Former address 14 uaioa ats.
$ m fma r Corner. 50x100, with
J ell I seven-room house. Kino
s-L 5 If II location for apartments.
Kasy walking distance
from business center, near Kast latu.
and Alder. l"art cash. C. 11. Korell.
207 Kailway Kxchane. Iso phone information.
MORTGAGE LOANS .
Farm and city property. We loan our
own funds. No delay. No commission.
PACIFIC COAST MORTGAGE CO.
tl Ry. Exeh. Bids;. M.ls 75.
JOHN B. COFFEY;
Insurance, Surety Bonds
oa WILCOX BLDO. Mala 70. A 8703
Mortgage Loans 5"
EDWARD E. GOUDEY CO.
r.MTED STATED BANK BrlLDrjrO.
OX BVSIVRaa AND RESIDENCE
MODERN COXSTBCCTlOJT CO.
East 0114. 313 E. lltk.