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THE MORXIXG OBEGOXIAX, 3IOXDAT, AUGUST 11, 1919
IS HERE I
SMALL BOY HAPPY
Wild Animals Take Places
Under 20 Acres of Canvas.
PARADE AT 10 A. M. TODAY
Human Birds to Cavort in Air. While
Elephant "Tramples' on Man;
Everything Is "for People."
The Carl Hagenbeck-Wallace circus
la in Portland for four performances
afternoon and evening of today and to
morrow. Weather favored the small boy, and
hundreds were on hand to watch the
show unload and see canvas rise on 20
acres on the show grounds at Twenty
fifth and Raleijarh streets. From the
time the first train arrived until the
last animal had ben installed in his
temporary home there was great ex
citement among- the youngsters. Grown
ups, too, availed themselves of the
opportunity to get a glance at the
strange beasts In the big menagerie.
Unloading of the big Hagenbeck
"Wallace show was no small job, for
two big shows were combined, and the
world-famous Ha gen beck animals, to
gether with those of the Wallace show,
comprise a gathering of more wild
animals under on?) ent than can be
seen again in maiy a day. Every car
on each section of the circus special
is packed to its capacity with para
phernalia. Parade at lO A. M. Today.
The circu-s parade, which will begin
promptly at 10 o'clock this morning,
has been highly praised by the press
at all places the show has visited this
season. The line of march is as fol
lows: Starting point. Twenty-fifth and
Overton, thence to Twentieth, to Wash
ington, to Nineteenth, to Alder, to
Third, to Burnside, to Sixth, to Ever
ett, to Twenty-second, to Petty grove
and from there to the show grounds.
The afternon performance will be
gin at 2 o'clock, although the entrance
to the main tent and menagerie will
open an hour earlier. The evening show
will begin at 8 o'clock, with opening at
7. This will give all an opportunity
to visit the menagerie.
Thrilling Acts tinted.
Among some of the features of the
Fifty-five clowns, said to be top
notchers of their profession; two lion
acts, both of them thrillers and of the
kind which make people gasp. Half a
dozen elephant acts, in one of which a
huge pachyderm lies down across the
form of his trainer, while four others
place their front feet on the back of
their big comrade and hold a pow-wow
over him and the man beneath. It
takes a keen eye to see that the big
fellow has carefully left about tialf an
inch of space between himself and his
keeper, it appears as if the man would
"The highest jumping horse in the
world" is with the show. Carrying a
young lady on his back he negotiates
the nine-foot hurdles as easily and
gracefully as if they were but two feet
in height. Another horse, a magnifi
cent stallion driven to a frail buggy in
which a young woman drives, walks
on his hind feet, holding his forefeet
high above his head, ' lies down, bows
to the audience and does many other
Human Birds to Kly.
Added to these are the sensational
aerial acts, trapeze performers, tight
and slack rope walkers, and three little
girls who, after they have performed
on the wire, slide from the top of the
tent to the ground, one girl on one foot,
-another on her shoulder, and another
on her head. The latter is closely fol
lowed by a young man who really and
truly does a "dip of death." One of the
prettiest scenes is said to be that of
the human birds and butterflies, who
There are 200 acts in all, and they
Include everything from the best that
can be obtained In the amusement
world. It will be Portland's first op
portunity of the season to see a real
I). S. SHIPPING IS
BRITISH TOTAL REDUCED AS
COXSEQUKVCK OF AVAR.
ev Lloyd's Register Shows Erfoct
of Conflict on Seagoinjr Ton
nage of Both Nations.
(Copyright by the New York World. Pub
lished by arrangement.!
LONDON. Aug. 10. (Special Cable.)
The outstanding fact in connec
tion with the effect of the war
upon the world's shipping is that
the L'nited States has increased her
seagoing tonnage by 7,750.000, while the
United Kingdom, on the other hand, has
suffered a decrease of more than 2,500,-
000 tons. This is disclosed in a new edi
tion of Lloyd's Register of Shipping
the first to be issued, free from cen
sorship, since the war began.
Statistical tables show that in July.
1914, the maritime countries of the
world possessed 45,404,000 gross tons of
steamers, while today the tonnage is
47,81)7.000, an increase of nearly 2.5U0,
OuO. The sailing tonnage, on the other
hand, has decreased by a little over
1 .. oOo g-oss, or from 4,u5u,OuO to
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotcs.
ASTORIA. Or., Aug. 10. (Special. Lad
en with lumber from Westport, the steam
schooner Phy ls sailed at t:3u last even
ing for San 1'edro.
The steamer West Is! eta finished loading
60o tons of f iour at the port dot ii and
sailed at 4 :;!( today for Portland to com
plete her cargo.
The lumber-laden steamer Oktya returned
at 3:3i this afternoon from her trial run at
sea and after taking on water here is sched
uled to sail tonight for the Atlantic coast.
The steamer Roxbutte. lumber laden from
Grays Harbor for the Atlantic coast, arrived
at 7 o'clock last night to take on bunker
coal at the port dock. She expects to sail
Bringing fuel oil for Astoria and Port
land, the barge 1)3 arrived at noon today
from California. She was towed up the
coast by the tank steamer Atlas, which is
en route to Ketchikan. Alaska.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 10. (Spe
cial. The salmon fleet is making an early
start this year from Alaska for this port.
According to advices received by the marine
department of the San Francisco chamber
of commerce, four essels have left Bristol
bay with, big catches. They are the first
to leave the northern canneries. From now
on many of the square riggers of the fleet
will be winging their way down the cnant.
The Alaska ileet which went north from
here is marie up of 44 vessels of all descrip
tions. Including ships, barks, barkentines.
schooners and steamships.
The barks B. P. Cheney, Pactolus. Hecla
and St. Katherlne make up the vanguard
of the vessels coming here.
The steamer G. C. Lindauer. which left
here last Friday for Coos Bay. steamed back
into port late Saturday w 1th disabled ma
chinery. She probably will get away soon
The Federal Shipping Board steamship
t Kangl. which put Into this harbor August 1.
I while bound from Portland for the United
(Kingdom, after her engine trouble had been
remedied, left out Saturday and returned
iate haturday night. The engine was re-
ponea to ee still working badly.
SAN FRANCISCO. Auc. 10. (Special.)
The salmon fleet is making an early start
' this year from Alaska for this port. Ac
cording to advices received by the marine
department of the chamber of commerce,
four vessels have left Bristol bay with big
salmon catches. From now on many of
the square-rigger of the fleet will be wing
ing their way down the coast. The Alaska
fleet, which went north from here, is made
up of 44 vessels of all descriptions. Includ
ing ships, barks, barkentines. schooners and
steamships. The barks B. P. Cheney. Pac
toius, Hecla and St. Katherlne make up the
vanguard of the vesseis coming here.
The steamer G. C. Lindauer. which left
here last Friday for Coos Bay, steamed back
into port late Saturday night on account of
machinery being disabled. She probably
will get away soon.
The Federal Shipping Board steamship
Kangi, which put Into this harbor August 1,
while bound from Portland for the United
I Kingdom, on account of engine trouble, and
meu ieii oui baturcay mornin. returned
late Saturday night. The engine was re
ported to be agaia working badlv.
After cruising around the official trial
course laid down by the government the
new steamship West Aleta proceeded to sea
late Saturday night on her first voyage.
The freighter has a cargo of barley for
The Pacific mall has been allotted the
Federal Shipping Board steamship . West
Inkip. now building at San Pedro. - The
vessel will load for China and Japan.
Captain Jack Wlrschuleit has gone to
Portland to take command of the schooner
Oakland. The tchooner will take a lumber
cargo to Valparaiso.
The barkentine Conqueror left out Sat
urday night in tow of the tug Hercules for
British Columbia, where she- will load a
The steamship Burnside sailed today for
Marseilles with a cargo of copra.
The schooner Planter, which arrived Fri
day from the south Pacific, has been re
chartered by the Standard Oil company . to
carry case oil to New Zealand.
The steamship H. p. Love Joy came Into
port today from San Pedro with her flag
flying half-mast In respect to the man after
whom she was named. Lovejoy recently
died in the north.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Aug. 10. Sailed at 9 A. M..
steamer Yaklok, for New York via Astoria:
at 12:30 P. M steamer J. A. Chanslor, for
Gaviota: at 2 P. M.. steamer Aurelta, for
Coos BH.y, Eureka and San Francisco; steam
er Cabura, for Grays Harbor.
ASTORIA. Aug. 10. Arrived at noon and
left up at 1:30 P. M.. steamers Celilo and
Wapama, from San Francisco; arrived at 2
P. M., barge 93, from San Francisco.
POINT REYES. Aug. 9. Passed at 3
P. M.. steamer Tiverton, from. Portland for
EUREKA. Aug. 9 Sailed Steamer City
of Topeka, for San Francisco from Portland.
ASTORIA, Aug. 9. Arrived at 6 P. M.,
steamer Boxbutte, from Aberdeen. Sailed
at 10 P. 3d., steamer Phyllis, for San Pedro.
IT. S. Xaval Radio Reports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M. yesterday
unless otherwise indicated.)
ADMIRAL DEWEY, from San Francisco
for Seattle, passed In at 6 A. M.
ATLAS, from Richmond for Ketchikan
and Juneau, 100 miles north of the Columbia
VICTORIA, from Cordova for Seattle 295
miles from Seattle.
Qt'EEN', from Seattle for San Francisco,
120 miles from Seattle.
HART WOOD, from Grays Harbor for San
Francisco, 5S miles south of Grays Harbor.
D. C. SCOFIELD. from Point Wells for
Richmond, 600 miles from Richmond.
WHITTIER, from Wilmington for San
Luis, 02 miles from San Luis.
HUMBOLDT, from San Pedro for San
Francisco, 1 0u miles west of San Pedro.
NSHALEM, from Sallna Cruz for San
Francisco, 305 miles south of San Francisco.
KORRlGAN THIRD, from San Francisco
for Tacoma, 410 miles from San Francisco.
ROSE CITY, from San Francisco for Port
land, 320 miles north of San Francisco.
LYMAN STEWART, from Seattle for San
Pedro. 513 miles from San Pedro.
ARGYLL, from Seattle for Oleum, 124
miles from Oleum.
GOVERNOR, from Seattle for San Fran
cisco, eight miles north of Cape Mendocino.
ERNEST H. MEYERS, from San Francisco
for Portland, 2i5 miles north ot" Sap Fran
cisco. WILLAMETTE, from St. Helens for San
Francisco, 135 miles north of San Francisco.
WAH K BEN A. from Portland for San
Pedro, J 75 miles north of San Francisco.
RAINIER, from San Francisco for Belling
ham, L'65 miles from San Francisco.
WASHTENAW, from Bremerton navy yard
for Port San Luis, 745 miles from Port
Columbia Kiver Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Aug. 10. Condition of
the bar at 5 P. M. Sea obscured; wind
northwest, 24 miles.
Tide at Afttorla Monday,
1:00 A. M 8.4 feetS:02 A. M -OS foot
2:01 P. M 7.4 leet.H:08 P. M 1.9 feet
PLAN'S for the "Be-a-Erick-Buy-a-Brick
plea for funds for a new
nursery home for abandoned, name
less and homeless babee of Oregon, are
progressing well and many men and
women of prominence are rallying1 to
the support of the cause.
The nursery committee hopes to se
cure enousrh money lo build a suitable
building to house in separate wards,
cottages or departments the various
classes of babies. The babies cared
for by the Pacific Coast Rescue and
Protective society are now sheltered
by the Albertina Kerr nursery, but the
building is old, and although the so
ciety recently spent $600 repairing and
refurnishing it, the place is not suited
to the demands made upon it. Mrs.
R. E. Bondurant is president of the
nursery board, and Dr. Thomas Wynne
Watts is secretary. Among the board
members are several men and women
who devote a large share of their time
to social service work. W. I. Wheel
wright is treasurer.
Several of the leading men's and
women's clubs will take up the nursery
project and assist it. Speakers will
tell 'f the constructive work done in
saving the young mothers and educat
ing them to be self-helpful and in pro
viding for the babes. Miss Janet
Pendegast, a social worker who has
given nine years to rescue and protec
tive work, will speak before many
Mrs Adah Wallace Unruh spoke in
Amity yesterday at a union church
service and at Bellevue. near Amity,
where her appearance was arranged
by Mrs Mary Breeding and Mrs. Louisa
Stinger. Mrs. Unruh will speak in
McMinnville today; in Yamhill, Tues
day; in Carlton, Wednesday, and Sheri
Dr. Ksther Lovejoy, who spent con
siderable time in France doing hos
pital and relief work, has written a
book, entitled "The House of the Good
Neighbor," which will be ready soon.
Dr. Lovejoy's book will give a good
description of relief work in the
stricken country, but will not dwell
particularly on war. She speaks of
the bravery and accomplishments of
Dr. Mary MacLachlan and Dr. Mary
Evans, both of Portland, who were
decorated by France.
The Progressive Woman's league
will hold a picnic at the Oaks Tues
day. Members will gather at the
Alder-street depot at 11 A. M. They
will take picnic baskets, and luncheon
will be at noon, to be followed by a
short business session. Mrs. M. L. T.
Hidden is the president.
Sweets for service men in the vari
ous hospitals of the city are asked by
the members of the American Legion
auxiliary. The auxiliary officers ask
that any women in Portland interested
in giving jellies, preserves and con
serves to these men leave them at the
Liberty temple. The auxiliary mem
bers are also planning to give cake and
cookies to the boys, and wish to reach
the women who will help in providing
them. The officers feel that many
women not eligible to membership in
the auxiliary will wish to help in this
work, and ask them to leave their
names at the Liberty temple.
Winslow Mead circle. La-dies of the
Grand Army of the Republic, will have
lunch at noon today. There will be
sewing during the afternoon.
Auxiliary to batteries A and B, 147th
field artillery, will meet in the gray
parlors of the Multnomah hotel tonight
at S o'clock. Friends and relatives of
these units are welcome.
The women's auxiliary of Friendship
chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, will
have a silver tea tit Vincent hall. Forty
second street and Sandy boulevard, this
afternoon at 5 o'clock. The women will
bring their own work. All members of
the order are invited.
A special meeting of the Catholic
Women's league will be held tomorrow
at 129 Fourth street at 10:30 A. M. All
members in the city are urged to at
Woodstock Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union will meet tomorrow at
the home of Mrs. R Harberg, 5905
Sumner Woman's Relief Corps No. 21
will hold a special meeting for the
transaction of unfinished business in
room 225 courthouse at 2 P. M. to
morrow. . AH - members are requested
to be present.
WOTS WAGE ACTION DUE
INDUSTRIAL BODY MAY RAISE
Order Provides for New Scale to Go
Into Effect In 6 0 Days After
Action on recommendations of the
industrial welfare conference, for a
minimum wage of $13.20 per week for
women and a maximum 48-hour week,
with one day of rest in seven, is ex
pected to be taken at a meeting of the
industrial welfare commission to be
held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the courthouse. The minimum wafre.
if the conference report is adopted, will
be raised from $11.10 and $11.61 per
week for all industries.
The recommendations of the confer
ence were prepared following: a series
of hearings in which woolen mills,
music stores, theaters, owners of public
buildings employing- women elevator
operators, hotel proprietors, and others
were given an opportunity to testify as
to the probable effect of the proposed
The hospital training school changes
are recommended . to become effective
one year from the date of order, but
the minimum wage and change in hours
for other occupations will become ef
fective 60 days after adoption by the
I TICKET OFFlfK SALE I
1 OPENS TODAY h
TJT7TT Trf nrondirar at Taylor.
lILili-lVJ Main 1 and A 1122.
I THIS WEEK
SPECIAL PBICE MAT. SAT., 2il3.
IX PHILIP MOKI.IER'S
Disnvni isheo com pax if
EVE'S Floor. 2.50; Balcony. 5 rows
$2, 9 rows $1.60, 8 rows $1; Gallery,
res. 75c, adm. SOc
SAT. MAT. Floor. $2: Balcony, 5
rows $1.50. 17 rows $1; Ciallery,
res. 75c, adm. 50c.
Mabel Wither and 0car Flgmun
In a Sumptuous Revival of
MONTfiOMFRT A CTON KH RUi HIT
CHAT NO. 72.
Admission to THE OAKS, Portland's
finewt amusement center. In free until 5
I. M. every day in the week except Sun
days and holidays. We cannot offer yon
much more of an Inducement, you say?
Well, admission to the park auditorium,
where the Armstrong Folly company de
lights large audiences, is absolutely free.
Come out today ami have a bis; time.
JOHN F. CORDRAV, Manager.
TODAY & TOMORROW
TWICE DAILY S AND 8 P. M.
Twenty-fifth and Raleigh
MOST BEWILDERING AND fK N'P ATIONAL
FEATURE EVER SHOWN.
EQUINE. CANINE AND ELEPHANTINE
Buy seats- at same price as at show grounds
at Sherman, Clay Ac Co.'a Music Store. 6th
and Morrison Sts.
Get That Happy, Healthy Habit
Hop a CG Car Today.
All Amusements Ftart 1 P. M. Dancing
Bvenines Except Sunday Concerts
PORTLAND VS. OAKLAND
AUGUST 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Games Begin 3 P. M.
Double Headers Saturday and Sunday
; J Eve., 50c, 75r. SI. Wed. and Sat.
1 Mats., SOc.
j NEXT WEEK "KING 1H 10."
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 6095, House 29. .
AGATE ( ITIEKS A.NU MJr'ti. JE1VELER8.
JBWELRY and watch rpairinR. llil!r'a.
Waahlngion st. Majestic tneatT bids
-IkErlktA ? E A L. GBOfXD 1XEB, MAY.
WALTER SCOTT. Board of Trade. M B867,
ASSAVMS AND ANALYSTS.
WO.VTa.va ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
. oMd. silver .-tr.d platinum bought.
I M. JONES, M. D. CANCER TREATED
31J Morgan bids. Marshall 6H3.
PlJfiO The kind that wear the best are
liUUu made irom your worn-out carpets
by the Northwest Rug Co. (Formw d
dresj 153 Union ave.) Raff rugs woven, all
siza. Carpet cleaning, refitting and re
Mizir.g. Mail orders solicited. 1SS E. Sin
St. PHONE EAST B 12S0.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag Rugs, all size Mai! orders prompt.
Send for Booklet.
8x12 rugs s'eam or ury cleaned, fl.50.
FLUFF RVO CO..
M -38 T. nlon Ave. N. East 6M. B 14TS.
THS IfiUTV-HniKinv rniTivV
3g7 VVashintor. Broadway 434. A 1254.
S011.000 KNOW McMahon. 1009 chiropractor.
Throngs pronouncing treatment easiest.
bo:t permanent. 1 "treaifc" $15. Tel.
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPECIALIST.
1VII.LUM. kstello and Floretta De Veny.
the only bjlentific chiropodists and arch
specialists u the city. Puriora 302 Ger
linger bldg., s. w. corner id and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
EiR UAHTXER. foot specialist: corns,
bunions, foot arches made lo order. 311
Swellind hldg.. 5th and Wash. Mbin 1011
PAINLESS graduate lady chiropodist. Open
, SuTidays. till) Bush-Lane. Broadway-Alder.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 1510-11-12 Royal
bios Marshall 5S22 M jl tigraphins. nilm
eosr.lphlns and mell advertislng!
NETII & CO.. Worcester bldg Main 17U6.
No collection, no cnarge. Estab. 1U00.
(CATHERINE M. ROWS guarantees to
teach all dances in 12 private lemons. 12
lessons S3, 4 lessons $2. tiu3 Eilers Bldg.
bet. 4th and 5th on Wash. st. Alain 60U4
MRS. BXYH'S DANCING academy. 3d "floor
pekum bids.; private lessons day and eve
Social ilince Friday evening. .Main 1346.
BERKELEY DANCING ACADEMY. 129 ith
St.. Sd floor first-class Instructors; les
eons day and evening. Main 3318.
MRS. FLECK S ACADEMY, 109 2dsL Ball
room and stage dancing. Main 2100.
POP AND CAT HOSPITAL.
HOSPlTAIDr. G. H. Huthman. veterina
rian. 314 East 7th St. East 1S47. B 1902.
ELECTRICAL REPAIR SHOri
31 N let Bt., Portland, Or. Re
winrling and electrical repairing
a specialty. Se u aoout new or
used motors. Biwv.l045. K. 1046
Multnomah Fuel Co. Main f540 A 211fi.
NO. 1 ASH AND FIR CORDWOOO
PROMPT DELIVERY; COAL Art'D
TKl'CKINOO. EAST 7020.
GET estimates for new or old house. Port
land Hardwood Floor Co.. 137 W. Park St.
K. STEPHAX, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion tide Pieat. buttons covered; mail
orders. 211 Plltock blk. Broadway luuu
UUBKUIU-E TOP CO., t)th and Oak fc ta
ll UY GOODS, NOTIONS.
Stockroom and office
North Filth street.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
Til AN HA USE it HAT CO., Front st.
'TiniLsT wool am5cascaka bark.
KaHX BROS.. i5 Front st.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
W. P. FILLER CO., Front and Morrison.
KASML'SSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
HARMONY LODOE. XO. 12.
A. K. AND A. M Siatoct com
munication this (Monday) eve.
at 7:oJ o'clock. Work, in th
Follow Craft degree. Visltin
W. M. DE LIN". Sec
CHAPTER. NO. 14. O. E. S.
Stated meetlnc this (Monday)
evening. Est Mh and Burnside.
i'eti'-f Visitor welcome. Order
BELLE KItiiilUMJ. &ec.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new debigna. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 iiuttti U
FRiEDLANDER'S for lode emblems
class inns and medais. 310 Washington st.
BEROEX At St. Vincent's hospital, Aujy. 9.
l'.tl'.t. Jahn V. Berson. aged 42 years 11
mor.thH '2 days. Deceased is survived by
one son. and two daughters: John Bergen.
Kfd 17 years: Man, aped l." years, and
Hc;n. ast'd 13 yars. all of this city;
a. ho one brother. Casper Bergen of Port
land, and a sister living In New Jersey;
three brothers. Jacob and Henry. t,t this
city, and Andrew Leu t hold of California,
and a sister, Lena Leu t hoi 4 of this city.
Deceased was a member of the Portland
(Jrutli v ore. n Remains at the Skewt'i es
tablishment, corner Third and Clay. Funer
al notice later.
MILLER At the family residence, 244 West
Portland boulevard. August h. Albert C.
Miller aped 74 years. Remains are at the
funeral parlors of A. D. Km worthy Co..
SSf'l-."S'4 Ninety-second street, fci. In
Lents. Funeral notice later.
STOWKLL In this city. Aug. 10, 1919.
OeorRp Stowel!. aged 0 years 8 months.
lat of 8:U Corbett street. Father of Percy
F i-toell, Mrs. C. O. Andersen, and Major
George A. Stowell. Remains at Holman's
parlors. Funeral notice later.
CAnnCHMn this citr. Aug d. 1919. Paul
Cartich, aged -3 years. The remains are
at the conservatory chapel of F. S. Dun
ning Inc. East Sixth and East Alder sts.
Notice of "funeral will be given In a later
SETTER In this city. Aufr. lO, peter Setter,
aged 21 years. The remains are at the
conservatory chapel of F. S. Dunning.
Inc . East Sixth and East Alder sts. No
tice of funeral In & later Issue.
CERV1N In this city. Aug. 10. 1919, Jesus
Cervin, late of 301 First street. Remains
at Holman's parlors. Funeral notice later.
RFHBEIN In this city. Aug. 9. "William
Rehbein. Inte of 170 Beech street, aged 70
years, beloved husband of Mrs. Louisa
Rehbein and father of Mrs. C. D. Gill.
Henry L.. Fred, George and Edward Reh
bein of Portland. Mrs. J. P. Bolton of The
Dalles, and Paul J. Rehbein of Brecken
ridee Minn Funeral services will be held
from the A. R- Zeller Co.'s parlors Tuesday.
Auc 1- at - P. M. Friends invited. Inter
ment Rose City cemetery. The Dalles .pa
pers please copy.
SCHXEIDER In this city. Aug. 9. Martha
Schneiuer. aged 17 years, late of 1S1 Ful
ton Park blvd.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gottfried F. Schneider of Red land. Or.,
sister of Gotlieb, Mary. Alfred; Arnold.
tarah, Freda, John and Glenn Schneider.
The funeral services will be held today
(Mondav) a.t - o'oiock P. M. at the church
at Rediand Or.; friends invited. J. P.
Fir. ley & Son, director.
FASCHING In this city. Aug. 9. Mary C.
Fasching. wife of S. J. Faechlng. of 11." 8
K Morrison St.. mother of Mrs. J. C.
Davies. of this city, and George W. Peach
ing of Los Angeles. Cal. The funeral nerv
ines wiii be held toaay (Monday, .at 3
o'clock P. M., at Finley's. Montgomery at
rth. Frienas invited. Interment at Mt
Scott lark cemetery.
WEIR In this city. Nick Weir, aged 57
years. Funeral service Ml be held at P.
L. Lerch undertaking parlors, today (Mon
day) at 3 P. M. Friends invited.
VAtl.TS AND CREMATION.
RI'RI A LS
r r f: m a -
TluN. Disinterments for either.
E.M1L, THIELHORN. violin, viola tcher:
pupil Sevclk. 207 Flledner bldg. Bdwy.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
,?ic GLASSES AT A SAVING.
i 'tT 1 solicit your patronage on the
4 basla or capable service. 'A'nousanda
Ol satlaflea customers. A trial will
convince you. Charles W. Goodman, Opto-n-.etrlt.
2ua Morru.on. Main 2124.
ATTENTION"! EYES RIGHT!
Ir. Georgo Kubenstcin, veteraj optician.
Is right on the jod of fitting the best eye
glaasea at reasonaole price. 22d lOrriaon
st., near Second.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' experience, U. &
and foreign patents, ool UeKum bldg.
GuLi'BLKU, 620 Worcester bldg. Main 232L
CI increased efficiency drugleaa treat-
c menu iroitre: headache, appenai-
c.Us, lonslitui: without surgery. 1K.
KAllloNu fci. WATTbiitS. Aod siwelland
Bldg. Mar. 4sQ2. .
Lii- R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway building.
Rheumatism, alwmaco. bowel, lung, iiver,
kiuuey, oiauder, recial, nioelauc. femaie
diaoruera. .iu affections, blood pressure.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
Starae-Davis Co., 212 Tblrd. Main 7117.
KEYSTONE PRESS, J. E. Gantenbeln, Mgr.
- .priming and linotyping, loo 3 'ront at.,
corner tara- Main or A 141a.
DPIKITINfi w- BALTS A COMPANY,
lllll I IllUlst an
nd oak si. Main loo. A 116A
LEVIN HAHuWARE & FURNITURE CO..
221 Front St.
We buy ana sell every ming in the hard
ware ana furniture line. Phone Main
iiu, A 7174.
TRANSFER AND STORAG'S.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
"Tjio tot? r vice With . -Reputation."
ldtH gind ivearncy. iiranca toV isroa.ttw.vy.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
PIANOS properly packed for shipment; also
moved una stored property at lowest rate;
boxea for shipping atl styles supplied lor
1 it returna in food order. Telephone
Main llJi, or call Oregon Eilers Music
House, entrance lisT asnington st
WILLAMETTE YALLEY TRANSFER GO.
General Transfer and Forwarding Agents.
TRACKAGE, STORAGE AND TKANSr'ER.
124-126 N. Cll'TH ST. SKUADWAf ti.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 G LIS AN ST.,
Corner ot 13th. Telephone Broadway 1231
or lltiS. We own and operate two large
Ciass "A" warehouses on terminal tracaa.
Lowest insurance rates In tne city.
STORE your piano with Oregan EUers Music
House, telephone Main 1123. We call for
and deliver at reasonable rates. Pianoa
polished or tuned.
MADISON -ST. DOCK & WAREHOUSE OF
FICE, lsb Madison et- General merchandise
and tot-warding agents. Phone Main lbVl.
PACKING, MOVING, STORAGE.
SECURITY STOWAGE & TRANSFER CO.,
1U3 PARK ST. MAIN 61H5. A lual.
CLAY S. MORSE, Inc.
TRACKAGE. STOWAGE. TRANSFER.
4 18-454 G LI SAN ST.
HIGHEST prices paid, old watches and Jew
elry. Condition no object. Repairs a spe-
clalty. Rainier Jewelry Co.. n wasn.su
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. Lv KLINE, S4-86 Front at.
1'l.lMWSG AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, 64-SO Front SU
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG oe FAKKELL. 14U Front street.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14Ui and Nortbrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. El'LLER CO.. Front and Morrison.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., 230 2d street.
823 Morribon st., Portland hotel. Mar. 7K3.
H-k& Morribon bet. liuy. and Faxic Mr. Zitl.
Portland's Leading Flower Shops.
iiAH'i IN sc FOhiJliS CO.. florists. 304
U 4tainfiton. iiaiu ..till. A 12uW. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLAKK.K iihuS., fiorista, U7 Morrison L
Main or A Fine flowers and tlorai
dsifina. No branch c to re a.
I-KUhLt S FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder. Flow
ers and ties it us. very rt-asonaole. Mar. o'jX
lit VINOTUN PARK FLORAL CO.. 4ta ana
Yamhill. Funeral designers; lowest prices.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7213. A olL SelUn
bidg.. Sixth and Alder streets.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 287 Washington St.,
between 4th and 0th. Main 51o. A 1161.
HOLMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main &o7. A 151L
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Services for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash. st bu 20th and 21st. West Slds.
Main 2 Out. Lady Assistant. A 7S3i
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PROGRESSIVE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Main U. Montgomery at 5th. A 15tftf.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all th privacy of a
home, ltith and Everett sts. Fnona .Broad
way Ulij3; Home. A 2133.
F S. DUNNING, INC.
414 E. Alder. Phone East C2.
Perfect service, personal direction, frea
use ot lioral cnapel and auto equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Successors to Wilson & Hois. Muitnomah
at E. 7i h. East 5. Irvlngton district.
UUNN1NO & atcc.-
Broadway and Pine st. Phon
"Jo. A -laob. Lady attendant.
T I WDffl East 11th and Clay sta
P. Li. ijHittXl East 7l. B 1S3.
Twelfth and Morrison sts.
A. D. KEN WORTHY -CO..
5S02-04 92d St.. Lents. Tabor 526T.
BREEZE & SNOOK rlFlVIii
A. R. ZELLER CO. 'MK-,
biiEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. M. 415. A 2X21. Lady assistant.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
tSS th St.. Opp. City Hall.
BLAESING GRANITE CO. I
THIRD AT WAOISON STWggT j
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Boom 1!3 Courthouse, 5th St.
Phone from 8 to 6, Main 378, Home phone
A tr5. Niftrbt call sifter office hours. Yood
Report all eawee of cruelty to the a bore
addrfM. Klertrical lethal chamber for small
aoimalH. Horse ambulance for strk and dis
abled animal at a moment's no tic-- Any
one deeiriun a doa- or other pet, communl
rate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
stock, we look after the Impounding-.
There is no more cil pound Jufc Orecoa
Iaily and bunday
Two conftecntlTe times
Three consecutive time Sue.
Six or ecTen roosecuttre times. 63c
The following classiUcatlons excepted,
the rate of which 1 c per line nor day:
Situations Wanted Male. Situations
Wanted emale. o ad taken for Inti
than two lines. Count six words to the
line. Advertisements (except "Personals")
will be takes over the telephone if the
advertiser Is a uborrtler to either phone.
No pri-eM will be quoted over the phwoo,
but statement will he rendered the fol
lowing day . Ad vertise men t are tak en
lor The Uaily Orexoniaa until S P. M-;
for The bunday Oregouisn until 6 P. M.
AVCTIOX PALES TODAY.
At the Baker Auction Hou?. Yamhill and
West Park, streets. Sale at 10 A. M.
SEND US rOUR OLD CARPETS
Old Ban and Woolen Clot hi nr.
We Make Reversible. ftiaad-VVuvea
TT "r lit. Inn.
Mail Order.. bend (or Bookie.
Bsc Him Wovru. Ail otaoa.
xlt Bu,, Stram rieanrd. si. AO.
WESl'tKN IXliF stLU CO,
64 Colon Av. 1. o.t bl. B !?&.
can be shipped anywhere.
Prices on application.
315 E. 11th St.
Improvrd city a.d (arm property,
lastallment rrpnymrnt privllrce l(
referred! prompt, reliable arrvler.
A. H. B1RRKLL. CO.
lT-atll Northweitrrs ilanlc llnlldiaa
Marahall ll-4. a Hti.
JOHN B. COFFEY,
Insurance. Surety Bonds
g Wilcox Bldg. Slain 702. A 370X
TV Trt j. r
20 Edward E. Goudey Co.
IT. . BANK BLILUlNu
FURNISHED shack for sale, cheap.
18th st. N.
For Sale Beach Property.
GET A BEACH HOME now at Seaside. Or
in beautiful "Cartwrlght Park." at re
duced prices; $1!5 to $700, easy install
ments, 6 per cent : soon to be connected
by all-paved highway with eastern and
southern Oregon, which, with proposed
2000-foot pier, will make "Cartwrigiu
Park" one of the most attractive spots
on Pacific coast. W h it mer-Kelly Co., 414
Plttock block, Portland, Oregon, or in
quire F. M. Cole, agent, 42S Broadway,
SALTAIR. TILLAMOOK BEACH.
Two choice lots, 50x100, at Saitair sta
tion. Tillamook bench, near depot and
hotel, adjoins board walk, county road
and railroad : faces Pacific ocean ; suit
able for business or residence; value $o00;
consider trade for auto, property or
merchandise. Address BD 207, Oregonian.
EIGHT beautiful lots. I-tnyocean. $1000; one
Is'eahkanle. $200. X 84 0. Urtgotiiaa.
flat and Apartment Property.
35-ROOM furnished apartment, paying 135
net, and orchard, to exchange for larger
apt.; no Incumbrance; wiil sell either. AM
22-ROOM apartment house tor sale. 1U3
West Park, corner Taylor.
X For Sale Lots? -
IRVINGTON LOT MUST-SELL.
One of the choicest lots in Irvlngton. on
22d street, between Stanton and fciskiyou.
facing east, lOux.SO, all improvements ii
a nd pal d for. Will make terms to suit.
Phone Marshall 4S01.
CHOICE Rose City Park lots, fine location.
1 block north of Sandy blvd. New houses
being built in neighborhood ; can be bought
cheap. Go look at it. Cor. r.hth and ;Sta.n
ton st. Price $773 cash. Owner. Tabor tUiJO
2 LOTS, each A0xl22. located at Maplewood,
Or., 20 minutes on Oregon tilectric, tic
fare; will sell cheap for quick cash sale.
Phone Bdwy. 702. The Dudley Co.. lltn
(0x100 LOT, with 9 bearing prune trees.
South hit. Tabor. 2 blocks from Haw
thorne ave. car. free from incumbrance ;
will sell on very easy terms. Phone East
2015, or address 3J2 E .1 Sth North.
By owner. 12 lots on 14th st.. between
Prescott and Wygant sts., at a bargain.
Apply William Clouirh. S60 Bast 32d st. N.
Phone Wood lawn &727.
ROSSMERE lot, 8x100. facing south on
Tillamook, between asth and auth sts
S166U; Improvements paid. Call owner.
BIO BARGAIN Will sell lot. northeast cor
ner 50th and Hawthorne. S150U cash. Call
53x100 50th and Taylor; S1250 st. as
sessment paid; UOO each. Phone D lSuo.
FOR SALE Lot No. 14. block 2. York add.
Cheap for cash. Box SI, Est a carta. Or.
LOT at Oarlbaldi for sale, J 125 cash, by
owner. Oskar Tuncsson, 153 Front st.
A BARGAIN Roue City Park, fine lot. east
frontage, easy terms. Phone owner. East 8.
J197S TERMS $1075.
IN EASTMORELAND DISTRICT.
Just 1 block east of the paving on
75x100, with fruit, etc., sits the most
artistic California bungalow you could ex
pect for a home for 911)75. Has very fine
lines of architecture, modern plumbing,
full basement, attic. Dutch kitchen, elec
tric lights, paneling, etc. ; conv. to car.
school, store and Reed college; about $4U
cash, balance $15 and 7 per cent monthly.
G. C. GOLDEN BERG, Abington Bldg.,
"35 Years in Portland.' Main 4o03.
MODERN, eight rooms, 2 fireplaces sleep
ing porch. 100x100 corner. E. 40th and
Tillamook. Two blocks from i-andv blvd.
Price $7500. Phone Mllwaukle 81 Y.
$200 FIRST payment, balance like rent, buys
ft-room house, close in, walking distance.
See John Brown, 324 Railway Exchange
bldg. Mar. aaai.
GOING to build or repair? Get my Ideas
and estimates. B. T. Allyn. 243 Stars; st.
Office hours 3 to 5 P. M. Phone Main Isii.
Res phone Tabor 14.
4-ROOM bungalow, lot 61x145. chicken
houses, fruit trees, plenty room for garden
$1050: half cash. 652$ 5Sth st., 6oth ave.
W oo dstock car. East 2094 Sunday.
A. LOVELY modern home, party leaving
town, no mortgage on place. Call and aee
before buying elsewhere. 2115 E. Yamhill.
MODERN 6 rooms, sleeping porch, fireplace,
furnace; on Weidler near 2lHh; $3250. half
caFh. Main 1643. Mutual Realty Co.,
1210 IC. W. Bank bldg.
NICE home on Portland Heights. 7 room,
all conveniences. 3 bedrooms, sleeping
porh and den. Marshall 1720.
S-ROOM house, lot 100x100, one blk. to car,
fruit trees chicken house. $2600; terms.
20U Oregon bldg. Broadway 165S.
FOR SALE 8-raom house on west side.
$3000; will take lot and some cash as first
--s . -Vf '..in Omrnnlan
WEST SIDE, close In. 12 rooms completely
furnished for H. K. Rent $30; price $W00.
A 448. Oregonian.
sTroOM cottage, lot 75x100. fruit trees,
$154H; terms. Broadway 1058. 209 Ore
$1250 Houfe and lot 50x175, garage, fruit
and berries; call Tabor 5003 evenings:
c ash or terms.
MODERN ft-room house on Ains worth ave.
Phor.e Woodlawn 2002.
5-ROOM hous. garage, basement; $2250.
E 310. Oregonian.
FOR SALE 5 -room bungalow. 10."8 E. 11th
N. Phone Woodlawn 4U28. By. owner.
4-ROOM cottage, walking distance. Owner.
2 E. 20th. Phone E. 2ftsa.
FOUR-ROOM house and full lot for sale.
Inquire at 46 12 E. 4U;h il S. E.
REAL K STATE.
$2500 for a 5-room lot 40x100. cement
basement, tath. toilet, hot and cold water
wl:h parage. $500 cash. bal. terms.
$.120o for a modern 5-room. bardwxwwl
1 oors. fireplace, furnace, etreets paved; 1
biock from car. SUK'O cash.
-koo for a 5-room, on 41st C; fine lot.
modern. $750 caah.
$3050 for 6 rooms on corner, with fire
pace, buffet, furnace, hardwood Xiao Fa,
line pAra.ce. cash.
$40i-0 for a fine 5-room, all In white,
with shower bath and all modern; has
garage; $1200 cafh.
$42Ki for a fine 6-room. on one floor,
all modern except furnace, frwt and ahrub
si"i.y 1 witn sarage; H caah. Phone Mar.
F. L. BLANCHARD
Mt-20 Railway Ex.
N !f;y 6-room bungalow with garage.
Hign-ciass dsr rlct ciose in. Im pro-laments
all in and paid. Price only $70.
ANOTHER GOOD ONE
5-room buji .ov with improvemeota
all in for $r.750.
a IN LAL'RKLHURST
Oood as new. ti-room bungalow with ga
rs ae. Improvements all paid, for $5io0.
r ir.e Iccation.
SOMri BRAND NEW ONES
5 and fi-ronm bunsraiowa from trt250 up.
Fe Mr De shunty at the Laurelhurst of
fice. I'.fiij Siark st.. or phone for auto.
Main l.ot), Sunday and evenings East
-1 1 r.
B1ASltTV.H.OM. EIOHT ROOMS. NEAR
J- V i TILt:TS. BATH. FURNACE AND
n w ? A H A N DSOMK AND AT
1KACTI E HOME $tuo. TERMS.
iu. H, COLLiS. EAST StitiO.
don't miss this chance,
rake rargaix by owner.
Strictly modem 7-room Laurelhurst
bungalow, corner lot. ivory finish, hard
wood floors, fireplace, shower, tiled roof,
garage. Rector gas heating plant. 1 blk.
from Laurelhurst park.
Price $7M, suitable terms. This must
and will sell. Phone earlv. B 2S3S. Aa-
uays. 1 t, t.rcgonian-
'V,!:" "OI.SES. ALL CLOSE IN 28th and
th, near Pine. For sale bv owner;
5-room house on 2Sth, JlrtOO.
3- room house on 2Sth, $1250.
5-room house on 27th. $1300.
4 - room house on 27th. $1100.
email payment down, rest like rent,
wi.l e!l at this price unt 1 August 13.
H. A. Mad dock. 511 Merchants Trust bids,
lit 1 and Wash.
$130 CASH $2100
MONTAVILLA BLOCK TO CAR
fi-room substantial home on 40x125 lot.
block to car; has full basement, white
enamel plumbing, eicctric lights, fruit;
this is cheaper man you can build and
such easy terms; $150 cash, $25 per month
including per cent.
G. C. GOLDEN BERG.
Abington Bldg. "35 Years in Portland."
NEW Irvlngton bungalow, just being com
pleted, with G large rooms and garage;
this is one of the choicest and most com
pete homes in the city. If you are look
ing for a real classy bungalow, come and
Inspect this at 710 E. 17th st. North; one
at 734 E. 1Mb st. We have others open for
inspection today. Turner & Winshlp,
builders. 312 Henry bldg. Mam 7847. Ta
HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS $14Mh
Very neat 4-room plastered bungalow,
with bath, toilet and lava.: concrete foun
dation, small bas-ment. triangular .shape
lot; plenty young fruit trees and berries;
located at 7517 47th ave. S. E.. near Fir
land; $6u0 cash, balance to suit. Photo
at office of F. W. German Co.. 7o2 Cham,
of Com. Open Sundays and evenings.
fn'CO for a fine up to date, on E. 27th;
fireplace, buffet, furnace, two toilets, fine
porches, garase, facing east and in first
class conidition, only H cash; if you want
a fine lrvington home, see this. Phone
$200 CASH 6-rm.. walking dist..
pavirg pd., $2450; snap. Main
HOMESEEKERS See us. do not pay rent.
We can sell you- suburban homes or cit
homes f rom J 100 un to S.50. OOO- Yah
never will buy property cheaper, there
fore make up your mind and buv when
you can get it at a low price. Easy terms
if wanted. F. Fuchs. 42u Chamber of Com.
50o CASH. FURNISHED HOUSE. $1200.
A nice 4-room furnished house, lot 5ux
in.V all fenced; fine garden; for sale by
owner ; good wood shed, can be used for
g.irnge ; take Ml. Scott car to S2d St..
walk south to Tuth ave., turn east one
J:ock to 7I0483d st.S. E.
5 rooms, fireplace, exceptional, v fine
woodwork and hard wood floors; lot 50g
1 J"; good cement basement ; price $3700;
$115 rash, or will consider auto as part
payment up to $450. Tabor 1270.
S 1'NNYSID E.
Small, modern 4-room cottage, bath,
pantry, electricity, gas, cement basement,
newly painted, corner lot, $2300. terms.
Geo. A. Ros, owner, 404 Gerlinger bldg.
Look at East 53d and Alameda Drive.
In II. C. P.; at E. 4lFt and Mixter and No.
300 E. 40th, in Hawthorne district; houses
open. Geo. A. Ross, owner, 404 Gerlinger
bidg. Marshall 858.
S3 E. l!th St. N.. bet. E. Washington
and Stark, 4-room cottage. 50x100 lof
RUSSELL T. JOHNSTONE
Marshall lsi;i. 11 Lewis Bidg.
$.-.3'Ht LAURELHURST HOME.
6 large rooms, white enamel ; furnace,
fi repiace. hardw ood floors, buffet, book
cases, built-in wardrobe ; nen r car; t;rnis.
JOtiy Senate st. Owner, East 2654 f ;r
$2"50 HAWTHORN E SNAP.
Bungalow, 5 rooms, corner; furnace, ga
rage, paving paid; clnse in; only $300
cash. Main 4m3.
G. C GOLDEN BERG. Abington Bldg.
5-ROOM bungalow, garage and lot 40x132
feet. 411 E. 3tUh st.. near Lincoln. $3500,
lowest terms $5u0 ranh and $2. per month
with interest. John Bain, 507 Spalding
GOOD home in Waver ley dist rict; 5 rooms;
lot 120x100: fruit trees, berries and gar
den ; near car and school. If you want
a good home, see this. Take Woodstock
c;ir to Kciiy. 012 E. 25th st.
FOR SA LE Gregory Heights five-room
bungalow with sleeping porch. Good con
dition, close to carltne; owner non-resident,
will sacrifice if quick tale. T 21.
7-ROt M house, well built, but not modern.
East Belmont near 31st; a good home as
well a business location. $3000 this week.
Easy terms. Owner, Main 2133 or D 461,
E. BROADWAY, rt-room 2-story house, ivory
finish downstairs; large living room, fire
place, buiit-in buffet, hot-air furnace,
cement basement and laundry trays; lot
r.oxl-H'; $4750. Owner, East 3156.
FOR SALE By owner, 4-room modern
house, full cement basement, east front,
near Reed college: $1500. some tennst 1153
East 22d st. Seilwood 106S.
FOR SALE At 1070 Amhers? St.. St. John's,
a f urnibhed house with full garden. 53
chickens, 20 rabbits, also cow. $15 a month,
3 months rent has already been paid.
FOR SALE Modern 5-room bungalow; Pe
ninsula park district; inn feet from car
line; $rrO0; direct from owner. Phone
Wood! a wn 61 46.
A 6-room plastered house for $1000.
W. H. ROSS.
1100 N. W. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and residence,
good location on Trout Lake and Glen
wood roads; price reasonabie. easy terms.
Mrs. Cr.r-ie Patton. Husum. Wash.
FOR SALE by owner, modern 5-room, Dutch
kitchen, full cement basement on paved
street. Call at 030 East IVJth. or phone
10-ROOM house, within walking distance of
two shipyards. 75 Kelly st., call East
333 or East 141.
BV OWNER, modern 7-room house. 421
Going st.. $.1200; $500 down, balance easy
terms. P O. box 347. city.
FOR SALE -Housa and four lots: new; has
seven rooms- 5610 6Gd S. E. Andrew
FOR SALE S-room. modern house, Zh lots,
barn, chicken house, fruit trees; price
$-tuO0. Inquire 1354 E. Glisan.
HAWTHORNE 6-room modern bungalow.
$43oo. 1448 Hawthorne, owner. Tabor
LOVELY 6-room modern bungalow with
hardwood floors, reasonable, bv owner, in
Rose City Park. Call Main 4036 wk. days.
$2rt.".n MODERN' 5-r. bungalow, fine place,
b'-st plumbing. $1000 cash. A bargain
Main 3072. McFARLAND. 602 Teoq bldg.
FOR SALE By owner. modern 6-room
bungalow-. 3 bedrooms, corner lot. 46x4.
4 9 E. 3 7 1 h. $HiO0. terms. Tabor 17 0 1 .
$2TIoti COTTAGE. 4 large rom 3, big lot.
cement walks, basement, fruit, berries.
V.iin 3672. McFAKLAXD. C02 Yeon bldg.
FOR SA LE Cosy 5-room cottage, two Iota
near good school and car; mus-t sell; will
sacrifice for cash. Owner, East 61 S4.
IF YOU want to buy
a home, call Tabor
FOR SA LE Seven-room house and 4 lota
5M O gt. Andrew Erickson.
tlitoo GOOD 4-room cottne. bath ; fruit.
Main 3672. McFAKLAND. 602 Yecn bldg.