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TIIE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1919.
CITY'S GUESTS TODAY
U. S. Chamber of Commerce
Directors to Confer.
PROGRAMME IS ARRANGED
Portland Business Men Plan De
termined Effort to Get 102 0 Con
vention of Organization.
A party of 27 directors and attaches
of the United States Chamber of Com
merce, whose visit is potent with com
mercial possibilities for Portland, is
scheduled to arrive here today. In a
letter received by the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce from the St. Louis
commercial body, it is said that in the
last opinion of burliness men of that
city greater benefit was derived from
the last annual session of the United
States chamber held in that city than
from the Louisiana Purchase exposi
tion of 1904.
The directors of. the national civic
body are making their present trip in
part to decide upon the meeting- place
for the 1920 session of the organization,
and partly to make a study of the com
mercial situation of the Pacific coast
cities and important trade and manu
facturing centers of the western states.
Alert business men of this city are
taking a lively interest in the coming
of the delegation.
Today at noon representative business
men of the city will meet and hear
the visitors at the noon luncheon of
the Chamber of Commerce. It will be
-one of the notable gatherings of the
business men, for the directors of the
national body include leaders in va
rious commercial and trade activities.
Homer L. Ferguson, president of the
chamber, is the president of the New
port News Shipbuilding company and is
one of the great naval construction en
gineers of the country. He was for
merly located in Portland, supervising
the building of two torpedo boats built
at the Wolff & Zwicker yard in the
late '90s, and was among the captains
of Industry whose counsel was sought
in important affairs of the govern
ment during the war period. The New
port News companay built a number of
big vessels for the United States gov
ernment. Many CHiea Represented.
Other member of the party are :
Joseph H. Defrees of Chicago, member
of the law firm of Defrees, Bucking
ham & Eaton, chairman executive com
mittee and vice-president of the United
States chamber of commerce; John Roy
Edson, treasurer; D. A. Skinner, assist
ant secretary, and A. B. Farquhar of
"York, Pa,, honorary vice-president.
Members of the directorate are: Max
W. Bab, president of the Allis-Chal-mers
company, Milwaukee, Wis.;
George H. Barbour, president Michigan
Stove company, Detroit; William But
terworth, president Deere & Co., Moline;
H. L. Ferguson, president Newport
News Shipping & Dry dock company,
Newport News; Charles C. George, pres
ident George & Co., real estate, Omaha;
L. S. Gillette, president Plymouth In
vestment company, Minneapolis; G. A.
Hollister, vice - president Rochester
Railway & Light company, Rochester,
accompanied by his son; Clarence H.
Howard, president Commonwealth Steel
company. St. Louis, accompanied by his
con; Frederick J. Koster, president Cal
ifornia Barrel company, San Francisco;
R. A. McCormick, vice-president Mc
Cormick &. Co., Baltimore; Lewis E.
Pierson, chairman of board, Irving Na
tional bank. New York; J. L. Powell,
president the Johnston & Larimer Dry
Goods company, Wichita; Henry M.
Victor, president Union National bank,.
Charlotte, N. C, and Fred N. Shepherd,
manager of the field division.
Others accompanying the officials on
their trip are F. Sieterling, Akron, for
mer director and chairman of the com
mittee on highways: Pomeroy Burton,
manager of the London Iaily Mail and
formerly with the New York Journal;
S. B. Early, representative of the Asso
ciated Press; Hobert H. Ramsdell. sec
retary to the president; John J. Edson
and Frank J. Johnson.
-Committee to Meet GnrMn.
The visitors will be met at the union
station this morning by a committee
of the Portland Chamber of Commerce,
headed by President Corbett, which
will be accompanied by Governor Ben
W. Olcott and Mayor George L. Baker.
After breakfast at the Hotel Portland
the party will spend the forenoon in
a trip about the industrial plants of
Portland. At noon a public reception
will be held at the rooms of the Port
land Chamber of Commerce, preceding
the noon luncheon, which several hun
dred business men will attend.
Invitations for the 1920 session of
the United States chamber of com
merce to meet in this city will be ex
tended by Governor Olcott, Mayor
Baker and Pr-esident Corbett will pre
side at the luncheon and speak on be
hajf of the local body. A. C. Callan,
chairman of the delegation that at
tended the 1919 session at St. Louis,
will present the reasons why Portland
should receive favorable consideration
and be designated for the next annual
meeting of the national organization.
Mr. Griffith to Speak.
Franklin T. Griffith, president of the
Portland Railway, Light & Power com
pany, will formally present to the na
tional officers a bound volume of
photographs and Masons that should
be considered in deciding the issue on
behalf of the local organization.
Among the early arrivals to parti
cipate in the conferences here wer-s J.
E. Chilberg of Seattle and Frederick
Koster of San Francisco, members of
the directorate from the Pacific coast
cities, who arrived yesterday and will
remain with the party for the re
mainder of its Pacific coast itinerary.
BRITAIN AFTER PROFITEERS
Central Authority to Be Established
Tor Purpose, Says Oeddes.
LOTDON. Auar. 6. Great Britain pur
roses establishing a central authority
to deal with profiteering, it was an
nounced by Sir Auckland Geddes, min
ister of reconstruction, at the resump
tion today of the hearings by the house
of commons, sitting? as a select com
mittee to inquire into the high cost of
living and profiteering.
Sir Auckland said this central au
thority, according to the government's
plan, would be associated with local
and county tribunals. New powers
would be asked for in connection with
the project and an increase in penalties
for violations put into effect.
Salem Soldier RA turns.
SALEM. Or.. Aug. 6. (Special.)
Lieutenant O. R. Kennon, former mem
ber of Company M, 162d infantry, re
turned to Salem yesterday after 20
months spent in France. He also
served in the United States forces on
the Mexican border. w
Feeble-Minded Lad Escapes.
SALEM. Or., Aug. 6. (SpeciaL)
.William Balrd, aged 14 years, escaped
from the feeble-mnided school this
morning. He is sought by officials of
Salem Elects Craig to Council.
SALEM. Or.. Aug. 6. (Special.)
Robert Craig has been elected a mem
ber of the Salem city council to suc
ceed J. S. Austin, who submitted his
resignation to Mayor Otto Wilson sev
eral days ago.
TREES SUPPLANT VINES
Largest Vineyard In World to Be
come Fruit and Xnt Ranch.
ONTARIO, CaL What is claimed to
be the largest vineyard in the world,
owned by Segundo Guasti Jr.. of Los
Angeles, and located a few miles north
of here, has been converted into a fruit
ranch. The 4000-aere tract of land will
be irrigated and set out to walnut and
fruit trees,, according to Mr. Guasti,
who recentl yannounced the completion
of the sinking of four wells on the
ranch and the construction of a reser
voir with a capacity of 13,000.000 gal
lons. More than a year ago. In anticipation
of prohibition, trees were set out amon
of prohibition, trees were set out among
the wine grapes on the land. Now these
grapes are being taken out entirely.
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nian. Main 707n. A 6095.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
TOUXG man wants room la private family
W. or N. Portland. F 4L'. Oregonian.
Mabel WHber anil Osear Plirmmn
&. la the Western Operatic Comedy
Si THE TENDERFOOT"
Eve.. 50c. 75c. 1. Wed. Sat. Mats..
'-ilt ft imT ilini V :T '
A N T A G E
MAT. DAILY 2:3 O
The Triple Feature Show of the Tear
MRS. GEOBGE FBU1BOSE
Tbe PrlmroM Minstrels.
6 OTHEB BIG ACTS 6.
Three Performances Dally.
at 7 and 9.
It'a Cool at the
Thurs., Krl Sat.
Four Old Veterans
of the Civil War
Ton All Know Them.
Mary Miles Minter
In her New mi) Orldnal Plptnreplny
iJA BACHELOR'S WIFE,".
Who Sets You
SIG. FRAXZ A CO.
Ln Petite 'lolette
A Finiij World on Knnny Wheels).
You'll Like This Bill.
"The Secret Garden"
Also a Bill Parsons Comedy "Their Day
of Rest," and the Ford Weekly.
CHAT NO. 69.
This) la a day of special algrntft
rmrr mt THE OAKS, where Port
land people find pleaxore.
Today the veteran- of the el Til
war are our special truest at the
annual outlay; and picnic of the
Grand Army of the Republic.
To do them honor we would like to
aee all Portland at THE OAKS to
dayand doa't think for a moment
that TH E OAKS con Id not accommo
date all Portland. - It can be done,
for moat Portland people have been
at the park more than once.
As a matter of fact, THE OAKS
baa entertained all of Portland many
time over bt not on one day.
Come out today and celebrate with
JOH J CORDIUY, Manager.
A Picnic Just for Boys at
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8
AH kinds of races and prizes.
M. Rieg invites you as his guests.
Portland's Coolest Pavilion
New resort on the Columbia high
way, near Troutdale, sow open.
Bathing picnic Dancing every
Saturday and Sunday.
:4 M I 11 HI I I
i rtniTinii niir
I BEGINS TOMGHT, 8:15
l TICKETS NOW SELLIXG
UpTf J(l "roadway at Taylor.
HljlLdVJ Slain 1 and A 1122.
3 Bes?nnTnS Tonight8:15
Special Price Mat. Sat, 2:15.
Henry Miller Preaeata
In tbe Faaeinatins; Comedy,
"THE MERRIE MONTH OF MAY"
By Reora-e Srarborooirb.
KVE'S Floor. tZ; Bal.. 5 rows I1.S0.
17 rows 1; Gal., res. 75c adra. 50c
SAT. MAT. Floor. $1.50: BaL. II:
GaL, 60c. - -
Get That Happy, Healthy Habit
Hop a CC Car Today.
All Amusements Start 1 P. M. Dancing
Evenings Except Sunday Concerts
Twenty-fifth and Raleigh Streets
AUG. 11 & 12
3 GREAT TRAIHS OF
INCLUDING SCORES OF
CVES Kfon SEES W aMEWC
woe spa h i am i r .
IMmsa fcrks a i ml I r. H
OK TICKET ASkUTl TO til
Tickets on sale on Saturday at
ibmun, Clay A- Co. Mnnle Store.
Sixth and Morrison Stx- at same
Price charged on Show Ground.
"Daily aad feunday
. Per line
fme lnm j-c
Two connectirlvA tlm" X
Thre ron-tecutive tinm .!0c
Six or kvmi consecutive timet :tc
The followinr cliusif .cation) excepted,
tbe rate of which in 7c per line per day:
Situations Manned .Male. Situations
Ranted Female. o ad taken for le.s
than two lines. Count six words to the
line. Advertisements (except 'TfrsonaN")
will be taken over the telephone if the
advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over the phone,
but statement will be rendered the fol
lowing day. Advertisements are taken
for The Daily Oreonian until 8 V. M.;
for Tbe Sunday Oregonian until 6 P. At.
AUCTION 8AI.ES TODAY.
At the Baker Auction Hons. Tarahtll tva
r Park trt. Sal ac lO A. 1.
B. P. O. ELKS NO. 142
Regular meeting this (Thurs
day) evening. Klks temple. 8
o'clock. Initiation and im
portant business. Visiting
M. R. SPALDTNO,
KENTON LODGE. NO. 145.
A. F. AND A. M. Stated com
munication tonight (Thursday)
August 7. 1919. Work in M. M
degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. K. ST. GEIdT, Sec
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO 114
A. V. AND A. M. Stated com
munication this (Thursday) eve
ning at 8 o'clock. MHionlc tem
ple. Visiting brethren always
welcome. By order W M
FR.KD L. OLSON. Sec
SUNNYS1DB LODGE NO. 163
A. F. & A. M. Special com
munication Thuday evening
7 80 work In the M. M. degree.
Visiting brothers welcome, liy
order of W. M.
J- W. RIXKBR, Sec
LENTS LODGE. NO. 156 A
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday) eve
ning. 7:30 o'clock. K. A. de
gree. Order W. M.
C. S. OG SBURY. Sec
ONEONTA TRIBE, NO. 2, IMPD. ORDER
OF RED MEN Regular council this (Thurs
day) evening at 8 o'clock, at W. O. W. hall,
East bth and East Alder at a. Important
rehearsal ot degree team. Members urged
to aitead. Visiting brothers welcome.
L. B. SMITH, C. of R,'
THT3 MACCABEES. PORTLAND TENT.
NO 1 Regular review every Thursday eve
ning at ball. 409 Alder street. All members
urged to be present- Visiting sir knights wel
come. GEO. 3. BAKER. R, K.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 28.
I. O. O. F. Meets this (Thursday) evenlna
at S o'clock. East Sixth and Alder sis. All
patriarchs invited. is. A. STARR, Scribe.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Broa 31-g etxth sc.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems
class pins and medals. 310 Washington st.
ROBSON In this city, Aug. 4. William D.
Rohson, aged S.t years, beloved son of
Elizabeth Robson, brother of George,
Henry and John Robson. all of Dallas. Or -
Mrs. C. H. Olsen. of Dorris. Cal. Remains
will be forwarded under direction of Mil
ler & Tracey. Thursday, Aug. 7. at 7 ::i0
a. m.. to Lanas. ur., wnere eerices will
be held and interment take place.
HACKETT Aug. 5, at the family resi
dence, 912 Grand ave. N.. Mrs. Nettie
Haekett, aged ti2 years 2 months 24 days;
beloved wiie of E. L. Hackett and muher
of Lila A. McCarthy of Portland, LeroV S.
Hackett of Parma. Idaho; George Huckeit
and Hazel L. Wieland of Portland. Re
mains at R. T. Byrnes" residential parlor.
901 Williams ave. Funeral notice later.
HATCH At Mammoth Hot Springs. Wyo.,
July 2S, Edward M. Hatch, aged 43 years;
husband of Mrs. Iola Hatch, father of Ed
ward and Emily Hatch and step-father of
John A. Shulta. The funeral cervices will
bo held today (Thursday), at 2:30 o'clock
P. M at Finley'a, Montgomery at 6th.
Friends invited. Interment at Rose City
OSBORN In this city. Aug. 5. Edna Osborn.
aged 05 years, beloved wife of David Oi
born. Remains were forwarded Wednes
day. Aug. 6. at 4 P. M.. under direi-iinn
of Miller & Tracey, to Corvallis. Or., where
services will be held and interment take
LARSEN The funeral services- of the late
Maria Larsen will be held Thursday. Aug.
7. at 2 P. M.. at the residence. 3.10 G'd
mt. S. E. Interment at Mt- Scott Park cem
etery. ArrangemenLs ia car oX AUUer A
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A directory of business firms and protessional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29.
AGATE CUTTERS AXO Mftj. JEWEtEKS.
JEWELfty and watch repairing. Millers.
3o5 Washington st. Majoattc theater bldu
-jjlgALyMrlAI., faBOOD -EED, HAY.
WALTER SCOTT. Board of Trade. M S667.
ASSAYKRS AND AXAJ.YSTS.
MONTANA ASS AT" OFFICE. 142 Second-
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
MORRIS A. GOLDSTEIN, practice in aU
courts. 502 Northwestern l;ank bldr:
1. M. JONES. M. D. CANCER TREATED
312 Morgan bldg-. Marshall 143.
DnnO The kind that wear the best are
ItUwO madtt from your worn-out carpet
by the Northwest Rug Co. (Former ad
dress l.3 Union ave.) Rag ruga woven, all
sizes. Carpet cleaning, refitting and re
sizing, ilail orders solicited. 188 E. 8th
at. rnu.VE EAST 3580. B 12S0.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
RR" Rugs, all siien Mall orders prompt.
, lend for Booklet.
xl2 rugs steam or dry cleaned. $1.50.
. . . . FLUFF WO CO..
S4-S8 Union Ave. N. East 651. B 1478.
TUBS 1RW1N-HODSOS COMPANY.
37 Washington. Hroadway 434. A 14.
300.000 KNOW McMahon, 100 chiropractor.
Throngs pronouncing treatment easiest,
best permanent. 31 "treat" $15. Tel.
CHI RO POUISI A RCH SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM. telle and Floretta De Veny.
m;iauuiic cniropoa ists . ar a arcn
specialists in the city. Parlors S02 lior
linger bldg., S. W. corner 2d and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
DR. GARTNER. foot .r,. !,
bunions, foot arches made to order. 311
i-wetland bldg.. sth and Wash. Main 10S1
PAINLESS graduate lady chiropodist; ladies
Kc.uieiii.u. tipen Sundays. 610 ush-Lane
utw. oronaway ana Aider.
IIM.EK!! . a . I - !.... , , .
----- r.. ,.jr v.urDlWUlBI. UWn
btmdays. 610 Bush-Lane. Broadwav-Alder.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 1M0-11-12 Rxv.l
bldsr. Marshall 5S22. M Jltleraphln J. mim
eographing and mall advertising.
KETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
mnci.non. no cnarga. rjstab. lyoo.
BERKELEY DANCING ACADEMY. 129 4th
st-. 3d floor: fln.t.p, . .
evening. Alain 331S.
MRS BAYH'S DANCING academy, 3d Hour
DAKlim ntrlir nelutA j .
o- '... icnauiis uay ana eve
Social dance Friday evening Maiu 13 4 5.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY. 109 2d st Ball
room nnH rtbita i.n.n i
'"8. iiiiun iuu,
HOP AND CAT HOSPITAL.
HOSPITAI Dr. G. H. Huthman. veterin..
nan. 314 Eax 7th t i.- . iut d
ELKCTRICAL. REPAIR SHOP.
81 N. 1st su. Portland, Or. Re
winding and electrical repairing
a specialty. See us about new or
used motors. Bdwy.1045. a 1046.
Multnomah Ful Co. Main 5S4l A 21 Id
NO. 1 ASH AND FIR Con r , .
P??.?.T. - DELIVERY; COAL Vk n
'TRUCKINGS. EAST 7020.
DUBHUILL.E TOP CO., 0th. and Oak ats.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS"
I rllfvllt Fl VPICl Pfl Stockroom and office
47 North Fifth street.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
THAN HA USER HAT CO., 53-55 Front su
HIDES, WOOL AND CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 195 Front at.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER CO., Front and Morrlnon.
KASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
8ELZLE Funeral services of the late John
Georfio Hlzle win be held at Dunning A
McEntee's ciiapel, Broadway and An
keny su, today (Thursday), fl 3 P. M.
Friends invited to attend. Interment Mult
nomah Park cemetery.
VAULTS AND CREMATION.
PORTLAND CREMATION ASSOCIATION.
Vault burials or cremation; disinterment
for either. Phone Sellwood 967.
328 Morrison St., Portland hutel. Mar. 763.
o48 Morrison beu Buy. and Park. Mar. 2u7.
Portland's Leading Flower Shops.
MARTIN ti FORBES CO., florists. 364
Wasniugton. Maiu 69. A 1209. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists, 2S7 Morrison su
Main or A 1800. fine nowers ana floral
designs. No branch stores.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder. Flow
ers and oosigus, very reasonable. Mar. 592Z.
1KV1NGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4th and
Yamhill. Funeral designers; lowest prices.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7213. A 3121. Selling
bldg.. Sixth and Alder streets.
TON SET H FLORAL CO., 2S7 Washington su.
between 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1161.
HOLMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 607, A 151L
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Services for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
AVash st. but- 20th and 21st, West Side.
Main 2oal. Lady Assistant. A 78Si.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PROGRESSIVE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Main l. Montgomery at Bth. A 1599.-
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of a
home, 16th and Everett sta. Phone Broad
way 2133; Home. A 2133.
y B. DUNNING, INC.
414 E. Alder. Phone East 5!.
Ferfect service, personal direction, free
use of floral chapel and auto equipment
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Successors to Wilson & Ross, Multnomah
at E 7th. East 54. Irvington district.
fTi vNlXO & McENTEE, funeral directors,
Rrnadway and Pine at, Phoue Broadway
430. A 4;o8: Lady attenaanu
P. L. LERCH
East 11th and Clay its.
East 731. tS 1633.
Twelfth and Morrison,
A. D. KEN WORTHY CO..
5A02-04 2d st.. Lenta. Tabor S26T.
BREEZE & SNOOK Ta1b,4I2?8;1 1
A. R. ZELLER CO. East 10SS. C 1088.
SKEW ES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 4152. A 2221. Lady assistanu
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Boom 1.13 Court house, Sth St.
Phone from S to 5, Main 3?S, Home phone
A 2523. NLfiht call after office hoars. Wood
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Kiectrical lethal chamber for small
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and dis
abled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring s dog or other pet, communi
cate With US. Call for all lost or Mtrmv
stock, svs we look after the imuoundiiic
There Is no more city pound, Just Oregon
GET estimates for new or old hou.se. Port
land Kariiwood Floor Co.. 107 V. Par st
K. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat.- buttons covered; mall
orders. 219 Pittock bik. Broadway 1099.
EMIL THIELHORN, violin, viola teacher;
pupil Sevcik. 207 Fliedner bldg. Bdwy. 169
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIAN'S.
T'PS. GLASSES AT A SAVING,
ay .'r I solicit your patronage on the
basis of capable service. Thousands
ot satisfied customers. A trial will
convince you. Charles W. Goodman, Opto
metrist. 209 Morrison. Main 2124-
Dr. Georgu Kubsmteta, the optician, whg
returned recently from oversells service.
inaKes good eyeglasses at moderate prices.
2b 'Morrison su. near 2d st. Main 2U1.
PATEN' T ATTORNEYS.
R. C IVH1U1IT 22 years' experience, U. a
and foreign patents, tool Uenum bidg.
G OLD BERG. 620Worcester bldg. Main 2329.
DR. R. E. WATERS, 806 Swetland bids.
One increased etriciency druuless treat
UU yOment, goitre, paralysis, headache, ap-
peudicitis, liver, kidney.
DR. K. A, PHILLIPS, Broadway building.
Rheumatism, stomach, bowel, lung, liver,
kidney, bladder, rectal, prostatic, female
disorders, siq affections, blood pressure.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
Starke-Davis Co.. 212 Third. Main 797.
KEYSTONE PRESS. J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping, loo Front su,
corner Stark. Mam or A 1418.
PRINTING w- BALTES & COMPANY,
I n 111 I lilUist and Oak sta. Main 165. A 1165
SCAI.H repairing at 65 2d at. Phone Broad
USVIN HARDWARE & fUKNITURS CO.,
221 F-ODt SU
We buy and sell everything In the hard
ware and furniture line. Phone Main
D97U. A 7174.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
The Service with a Reputatlcn."
13th and Kearney. Branch. 6b Broadway.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO.
General Transfer and Forwarding Agents.
TRACKAGE. STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
124-126 -N. FIFTH ST. BROAD WAX 4S4.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 GL.1SAN ST.,
Corner of 13th. Telephone Broadway 12S1
or 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest Insurance r&Les in the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK A: WAREHOUSE OF
FICE. 189 Madison st. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 169L
PACKING. MOVING, STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO.,
1U5 PARK ST. MAIN' 61U0. A 1051.
CLAY S. MORSE, Inc.
TRACKAGE. STORAGE. TRANSFER.
448-434 GL13AN ST.
HIGHEST prices paid, old watches and Jew
elry. Condition no object. Repairs a spe
cialty. Rainier Jewelry Co.. 449 -n Wash, su
PIPE. "PIPE EITTINGS'AXn VAI IKS"
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLlNE84-86Front sU
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVKRD1NG &"FARRELL. 140 Front atreeu
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and NorthrupL
BASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER CO., Front
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.,
230 2d street.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
t6 4th St.. Opp. City Halt. Men Bras,
BLAESING GRANITE CO
THIRD AT MADISON STBEE
' it rrtr?,i.y ,'Wjf
This splendid 82-aore ranch, about
40 of which are in cultivation. House
is plastered and contains eight larpe,
airy rooms; has fireplace, concrete
foundation and basement; five acres
of commercial apple orchard, besides
assorted family orchard. Barn 60x50
and other outbuildings. Improve
ments alone cost over .5000. Total
price $7800. J4300 cash. Located six
miles from Beaver creek in Clacka
mas county in the Clark's district.
This is a real snap. Photos at office.
1 KKI) w. Ci ICR MAN CO.
Cham, of Com. Bids;.
Opea Evening;) and Sundays.
Of Choice Inside Real Estate at
FRIDAT AND SATURDAY, AUGUST
STH AND BTU, 1919.'
The Property Consists of
13 lots in Dahlia Park Addition, on 7th
avenue. Lota 55x75. -.4 lots on 7th ave
nue, fronting on 7th avenue, extending
to Necanicum River. 100 lots in Hill's
Second Addition to Seaside. JJots 50x100
This property ia all choice inside
property and will be sold without
KLKX GILBERT SOS.
B. S. wORSLEV, Auctioneer.
Improved eity a.d arm property
'""ent repsymrn privilege It
Preferred i prompt, reliable services
A. H. B1RRELL GO.
Si 7-2 IB Northwestern Bank Hntldlnn. '
M"r.il 4 114. . .lis). -
ON IMPROVED CITT PROPERTY
INSt'RA.N'CE PROTECTION BEST TO
BK HAD. PROMPT SERVICE.
ORKGOM BOND MORTGAGE CO
209-213 b'ELLIXG BUILDING.
JOHN B. COFFEY,
Insurance, Surety Bonds
Q3 Wilcox Bldg. Main T02. A 370X
ZL'cf Mitgage Loans
J -I 79 JO Edward E. Gondey Co.
ed ' U. 8. BANK BUILDING
Phone your want ads to Tbe Orego
ni?n Uain 7070. A 6095.
yiTW TO DAS.
For All Cars.
Prices on Application.
Ready-Cut and Portable
1601 Union Ave.
SEND US YOUR OLD CARPETS
Old Ben and Woolen Clothlnr.
We Make Reversible. Uud-Mwn
They Hear Like Iron.
Mail Orders. Send for Booklet,
Hm Uors Woven, all Sixes.
xlS Ruks. Steam Cleaned. S?-50.
WESTKRN 1LUF1 KUO CO..
M Union Ave. N. East Sla. B 1473.
can be shipped anywhere.
Prices on application.
315 E. 11th Si
Williams Ave. District
We have three modern 5-room houses
on Commercial s'-reet, near Monroe,
must be sold ur inr- o
full cement basement;'all sr;et ass"ss
ments Paid; straight contract. 500
- mummy. U0U; TZ100.
Hoaa-lin A Bird.
Last 3595 6C5 Williams Ave.
Farm and city property. Wo loan our
own rirnds. No delay. No commission.
PACIFIC COAST MORTGAGE CO.
1 Ry. Kxch. Blda-. Main 875.
10.ChE- or. Present
iin -.n 7 KJ mull in, next year 1L'5;
Exchan,8 U""1 ha" 324
Fti?tI5"If "hC" for ehep7
For Sale Lots.
rw kA BEAUTIFL'L ACRE"
Matlon . .HMti. Scott ckr- Tremont
station, had nice crop oata this vear
80 bearing fruit trees In corner Rai
place for chicken ranch and truck ti?
bren,.raDg maT,'""nixed street; reas:
ern 7?ZZr k'" tr,ade ltr c0uity hld
Nichol's m bunaio- Ca" Last 1524.
?Ak?K?OSE HALP-ACRE TRACT.
, , v. ltn location, water,
xVvi Zt elecirl? connections; price only
V'7,es' J- HARTMAN COMPANY,
and stame.r,?.i"ommerc Bld8- -th
in "c "f? S."'n,l.o,".,o.t.8..f.0l? 'r3"9i
o'pportunT,,y'e Usee,hue.'r.a"2'r- hen
. 633 N. W. Bank Bide.
5UX100 LOT3. exceptlonalljTlocated Juit
north of Peninsula park J300- x-Tn
JeSn?Sh'yti '0cated PortlSSd ind'n":
venlent to ancouver. Kenton or St. Johna.
... ,Y . jiana uiqg.
in.inuiua t.jT MUST SELL.
facing east, lOOx.'.O. all imjirovements in
and paid for. Will make terms to suit
Phone M h rn hull i.Ki "wiu
v ".n nuxn.K&.
. H'nmru IU DUIIO I ILT V OU tL DrettV
5tu.?isai0"..0-n A ?ioo'! foT'lS
for the tum or tloo. Including price of loL
' ii.ing at Capitol Hill
50x100 LOT, with 9 bearlns prune trees
South Mt. Tabor. 2 blocks from ffi
,x ' irvm incumbrance:
, ,-., o xv. jjin ivortn.
-i'v. pARK diBt- 3a: fino lt 50x100 on
. mainly Diva.. j down Si
rnonthly FVed W. German Co., Chain, of
3 GOOD LOTS IN EASTMORELANn
BhiLJ1,fUL Portland Helahts lot. 60x1 OO
with fir trees, on Mountain blvd ct!
view; price la0O, terms. Owner. A 4 ti
' 10 exenanfre for lot. or
I. r "v in beattle. W r i
37114 Burke ave.. Seattle war.
B UIS nica lot at Tremont worth
500. See owner. 514 Chamber of Com-
4.M EACH. 18 lots, Irvfnjrton dintrict, to be
Fold for mortage indebtedness. c r
loung & Co.. 614 Chamber of Commerce:
KOtE CITY PARK corner. GOxlOO. one block
n-om car, fine trees: sIho IOUxIOO. A. U.
ILL tnke $00 for lot. .noxioo, Eart 42d
",iu ciiijwii, wunu juu. rnon owner,
SSxlOO 60th and Taylor; $1250 t, a-
BCBMucm "iu, tw eacn. 1'tione jj 1306.
CORNER 61at and Broadway, full lot 2SX
c-rii nn t . ill 1 Hi. SuQ
GET A BEACH HOME now at KnsiH nT
in beautiful "Cartwright Park," at re
duced prices; J25 to TOO. easy Install
ments. 6 per cent; soon to be connected
by all-paved highway with eastern and
southern Oregon, which, with proposed
l!000-foot pier, will make "CartwriKht
Park" one of the most attractive spots
on Pacific coast. Whitmer-Kelly Co., 414
Plttock block. Portland, Oregon, or in
quire P. M. Cole, agent. 423 Broadway.
SALTAIR. TILLA MOOTC TtV I A -tt
, Two choice lots, SOxloO, at iSaltair sta
tion. Tillamook beach, near depot and
hotel, adjoins board walk, county road
L. '"cm j-acii ic ocean; suit
able for business or residence; vaIum
will consider trade for auto, property or
rit-iiaiiuiw-, AQqregg ts u U7. Oregonian,
EIGHT beautiful lota, BayOcean. $1000; one
.. ...xmiic, qui, urggonia;i
r-Tat and Apartment Property.
Income $200 per month, 8 flats faring
2 streets, corner 100x100, strictly modern,
all in first-class condition, owner leaving
Phone Main 31-'3. 25 Henry Bldg.
S6-ROOM furnished apartment, navlnr inrs.
net, and orchard, to exchange for larger
apt.; no Incumbrance; will sell either. AM
For Sale Bns.news Property.
FOR SALE 100x100 feet with two-story ga
rage, close in on east side, paying well
building can be arranged for other bust
new alFo; price $27,fvOU. See us for com-
'' -c ""o. i vii uLi, aiKtnj tx. to.
FOR SALE Grocery store, soft drinks, ci
gars. 4 J 5 4th st. N. Main 2419.
STORE building on lot 125 feet deep by
ou-ii. iront ai a oargain. raoor lr.
2-CHAI R barber shop for sale, cheap; f
and must sell. 60 Va North Sixth st.
For Sale Hourtes.
$3500, $500 CASH Nice 6-room home on Al
bina ave., close to south entrance of Penin
sula park; owner out of city. This is a
bargain. C De Young & Co.. 514 Chamber
MODERN Laurelhurst bungalow at a fa I
bargain, attractive pleasant home. 1039
GOxlOO FOR $ 2f0. Cement walks, graded
street, on 7b th st, n.. 1 block from Rose
City car. Main 7248.
5-ROOM eottaee, only $1JVV0; $0O down,
balance like rent. Wilbur F. Jouno.
For Sale Houses,
SACRIFICE S420O SACRIFICE. V
Large, modem. 7-room semi-bungalow fc
type house, with lOOxlOO; located on K.
b landeia. only block from car; has i arise
reception hiil, full cement basement, fire
place, targe buffet, Dutch kitchen, fus
n?ce: nfu in excellent condition
throughout and would cost $45o to build;
ground well improved wiih bearing fruit
trees, berries and shrubberv. This pi a ill
is easily worth looUO; non-resident owner
says sacrifice for quick sa.e; $1200 cask
Wi.l hjjid.e; hurr'. it won t last 3 da s.
. G. G. McCORSllO CO.. 7
41S Femon B:dg. Broadway 1516. -
FOR SALF SEATTLE HOUSE,
Fine 10-room house. $12,500. terms:
Harvard ave.. near Roy st. ; first floor
has large living room, fireplace, dining
room, kitchen butler's pantry, receptian
hall and vestibule, large porches; second
floor four large bedrooms, one with pri
vate tiled bath, also large family bath
w ith shower; attic, four finished rooms; -full
basement well equipped; also Lim.
servants" bath; place now rented by the
month. $9u; ad areas owner f er arrange
ments for appointment. 630 E. ltUK st.
N., t'oitland. Or.
READ THIS LIST
7-room colonial home, large lot; flsut
time ofiered; $500.
6- room bungalow, close to car. extra
large rooms; line garage; a bargain.
7- rooiu bungalow, ciose to park, with
garage, for :m0.
5-room bungalow, very nifty, for $3750.
10-room houc, fine location; worth
$10,000. price $7500. Several others, let
me fchow you. Irive out to Laureihur!t
tract office. Kast 3ith and Glisan, or phoa
Tabor 343, evenings Eatt 20&tL
DO TOU WANT A HOME AND A LIVTVQ
: J-.r--K.fc. ia A SPLENDID OPPOR- "
Tl'MTY SIX 5 A.D 6-ROOM FLATS;-
FINE CORNER ON WEST SlDii. WALK- -ING
DISTANCE; YOU CAN LIVE IN
ONE AND THK OTHERS ARE ALL "
RENTED FOR $200 PER MONTH. WHY -WORRY
ABOUT BUSINESS WHEN
REAL ESTATE IS SO CHEAP? PRICE
$18,000; TERMS. E, H. COLL1S. EAjST
beartifttl home. eight eooms. near.
east twentieth and couch. new- .
ly painted and decorated in
side and outside. all modern
conveniences and built-in ef- '
fects. two toilets. bath, fur- :
Kace and garage, a hand sum 3 .
AND ATTRACTIVE HOME. 600iiv
E. H. COLLIS. EAST 866a
Fine "-room bungalow style house. Has,,
four nice bedrooms, beautifully finished
living room and dining room, fine Dutch
kitchen, tjewing room, etc This is a '
REAL hciua and a very fine location.
One of ftie brst buys in this dutxict.
$1500 wl.l handle.
RELIABLE INVESTMENT CO.
3l'l OAK ST., BROADWAY 4133.
FOR SALE 6-room house on Mason street,
near Williams ave.; corner, full hi block;'
double garage, all kinds of fruit, all street
improvements in and paid; price only -$3000;
cash down. $300.
You will look a long time before you,
will find a buy like this for the money.
McCLURE Sc. HCHMAUCH CO
Main ino;:. Marshall 1417.
306 Railway Exchange Bldg!
AN EXCEPTIONAL home, built by cabinet
maker for his own home; the interior,
woodwork is all hand finished and hand
rubbed, all joining and fitting done In a'
first-class manner; 7 large, light rooms;
rosea, 3 bearing fruit trees, berries. Rose
City Park car; J5S00. terms. Let us shw
you this excellent home.
633 N. W. Bank Bldg.
R roums and sleeping porch. 2-Btor-y
bungalow type home, 2H blocks to SairO-y-blvd,
on 6tth at. Lot 50x100; hardwood
floors, fireplace, cement basement, laun
dry trays; real bargain; balance like rent.
You will have to hurry. Call at 1314 Sandy
NEW LAURELHURST BUNGALOWS.
Take a look at the two new 6 and 8
room bungalows located at 1184-6 E.
Burnside street; built and finished 1-3
better than ordinarily; garages with turn-'
table; open during day; priced practically-'
at cost for cash, no encumbrances. $7504
and S."oo. R, H. Torrey. 103 Floral ave.
A NEST in the woods at Mount Zion, nearly
ready for occupation, consisting of 6-room
English cottage, with dining and sleeping
porches, hardwood floors, open fireplace,""
furnace and all modern conveniences;."
large lot, beautiful trees, view of moun- -tains
and Tualatin valley; $6500. John.
Bain. 507 Spalding bldg.
THAT"VACANT LOT. '
Why not turn a burden into Income?
We design and build apartments, garages..:
residences, anything; furnish plans and -finance.
Established ten years. We ofter
SECURITY. SERVICE, SATISFACTION.
L. R. Bailey Co., Inc.. contracting arcni
tect. H24 N. W. Bank bldg.
Large Living Room,
Modern in Every Way.
$5750, With Terms.
Mr. Brown. Main 1700. Evenings, Tab. 59.
FOR SALE Five-room house, partly fur--nished.
gas and water; lot 100x100; price
only $1750; will sell on easy terms or will
take a good Ford as a payment. Don't let i
this slip if you want a home located on,
E. SSth, Portland. For information ad- "
dress owner, P. O. box 523. Seaside. Or.
I have several brand new bunrsJorws
In Laurelhurst and Irvington which, can
be sold on favorable terms. Also some
6. K and 10-room houses. Mr. Brow n.
Main 1700. Evengs.. Tab. 59.
j0;'.O0 LAURELHURST HOME.
6 large rooms, white enamel; furnace,'
fireplace, ha rd wood floors, buffet, book
cases, built-in wardrobe; near car; terma
100: Senate st. Owner. East 854. Xor
a ppoin trnent.
Irvington swell home, 7 rooms, modem :
leaving for Chicago, hav to sell; $6000,
$luuO cash. East 1347; no agents.
" HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS, $2000.
Well-built 5-room modern bungalow;
large attic, lot 5Ux'.K). 7 large bearing pear
and apple trees ; photo at office. Fred W.
German Co Cham, of Com. Open evsn
ltifii and Sundays.
FuK SALE Irvington bungalow. New mod- t
ern bungalow located at 6S6 E. 15th N..
- complete in every respect, built-in con
venhnccs, fin- place, hardwood floors,"
etc Price $6&0O. Rice Construction Co..
Eart 2432. .
LAURELHURST HOME $5500.
Attractive 1 -story 7-room house, with
fine garage and yard, in best section.
near car and park ; excellent condition ;-'
eaty terms. R. li. Torrey, 103 Floral ave.
BUILD NOW. :
If you own a lot we will furnish the
money and build for you. Terms like rent.
Call and see us.
WESTERN CONSTRUCTION CO.,
Main 2035 621 Morgan building.
$2750 HOUSE. 6 rma, full basement, wash
trays, turnace, fireplace. 1 lots, improve
ments paid, fine location and view; E.
Stark St.; large fruit trees; a buy. Hart.
910 Cham, of Commerce. TeL Mar. l&t.. .
" SU NN Y S I DE $ 2 75 07
5 rooms, paved street, ail clear-; this is
a nruu convenient home and a bargaio.
W. IL ROSS.
1100 N. W. Bank Bldg.
6-ROOM bungalow. $1750; lot 50x100; bouse
is plastered and has bath and toi.. located '
at 6730 Whitman ave., ML Suott line; $300 '
cash. Fred W. German Co.. Cham, ot-
Com. Open evenings and Sundays. ,-; .
5-ROOM bungalow, garage and lot 40x133
feet. 411 E. 3ith St.. near Lincoln, $3540,
lowest terms $500 cash and $25 per month
with interest. John Bala. 507 Spalding ,
6-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 50x100. hard- .
wood floors, hot water heat, full cement
basement; a real home; this week. $4654.
$2000 down-. AC 758, Oregonian.
GOING to build or repair? Get my Ideas
and estimate. B. T. Allyn. 243 Stark st.
Office hours 3 to 5 P. M. Phone slain WL
Res phone Tabor 194. t ,
FOR SALE by owner, modern in every'
way, steeping porch, concrete garage"
ground 100x100. Address 431 E. 38th sL
North. Phone Tabor 844. .
6-ROOM modern house; gas, electric, wood
shed connected; 2 blocks from car, at 4330
65 th st. S. E.
IRVINGTON 7-room house, strictly modern;
possession immediately; rent $50. Csii "
2u3 Stevens bldg. Main 2274.
FOR SALE 8-room, modern house, 39 lots,-
barn, chicken house, fruit trees; price:.
$4- 00. Inquire 1354 E. Giisan.
FOR SALE 6roomi and bath, $lgr0; $1S
a month and interest; $400 cash. 183 East .
44th st. 7
4-ROOM modern bungalow with breiATat -room;
lot 50x100; $1600. terms. Broad
way 16.-.8. 209 Oregon bldg.
BY OWNER, modern 7-room hoasa, 421
Going st,. $3200; $500 down, balance easy
terms. P. O. box 347. city.
SN A P N ice 3-room bungalow, nearly new;"
lot 50x100. nice location, $700 cash. $5o
terms. 5oI4 e4th st. S. E.. on 51st av.
HAWTHORNE ft-room modem bunganow, ,
$ 4 3 0. 1448 Haw thorn e. owner. Tabor
4a73. . -
4-ROOM cottage, walking distance. Owner,"
62 E. 20th. Phone E. 2689.
$330O 5-room modern bungalow, v block to
Alberta su 10C9 E. 14ih N. W'oodiawa '