Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 15, 1919, Page 17, Image 17

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    THE- MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1919.
17
3000 ELKS UTTEHl
STATE
Portland Ritualistic Team De
feats Medford.
"SILVER CUP IS AWARDED
Klamath Falls Attendance Swelled
by Influx of AutoUts and by
Special Train's Arrival.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Aug. 14-
fSpecial. Klamath Falls is the mecca
of Klkdom of Oregon today. Every
road leading into the city was u-ed
by Elks who came by automobile. The
special train brought in nearly 1000
rf the antlered horde i-o far. 3000 are
attending the second annual convention
vt the Oregon State Elks' association.
Portland was the winner In the rit
ualistic contest, the first official event
o!the convention. Although Portland
was returned the winner, the award
was only by a small marcrain over
Medford. Portland scored Sa.4 points,
while Medford obtained 02. 1 points.
Silver Cup 1m Awarded.
This contest was staged for a beau
tiful silver cup, donated by William
F. McKenney of Portland, a man who
has worked continuously tor -the suc
cess of the state association. Although
Portland lodge won the cup, it will be
necessary foi- this lodge to win the cup
next year to obtain permanent posses
sion of the trophy.
Incidentally, Portland lodge will
meet the winner of the ritualistic con
ttst staged by the Washington Eiks'
fcssociatirn at North Yakima, next
week, io an Inter-state contest be
tween Oregon and Washington.
On every hand one hears compliments
bestowed upon the members of Klam
ath lodge for their hospitality. Hotels
and private residences have beci
thrown open to the lodgemen and their
families. The executive- committee,
headed by K. B. Hall, manager of the
White -Pelican, arranged for the open
ing of the. new courthouse, in which
liioo cots were installed for the accom
modation of the Elks.
Conrtbounes May Be Vscd.
Another new courthouse, for be it
known that Klamath Kails has three
courthouses, one in use and two others
awaiting the decision of the' circuit
court for disposal, will be utilized Jj. it
becomes necessary.
Many of the isitiug lodgemen are
camped in the grounds prepared by the
local committee. Hot and cold water
has been piped to them for the conven
ience of the visitors.
A review in brief of the accomplish
ments of the Elks' lodge during the
progress of the war was given by
George I. Baker, mayor of Portland,
principal speaker at the opening of the
victory celebration at the Elks' tem
ple tonight.
BolKhevint Uarniiis (;iien.
Two thousand Elks there assembled
heard Mayor Baker sound a note of
warning against the bolshevists who
are endeavoring, he said, to assume
control of the government and run this
country in the manner that wrecked
Russia.
Mayor H. R. StruMa., of Klamath
Falls, in hji enthusiastic address, wel
comed 'the "visitors, although none of
the antlered herd who have assembled
needed any such assurance, as the ac
tions of the citizens of the citv had
already made this statement a fact.
The first business session of the con- '
vention will open Friday with Presi
dent William S. Kennedy presiding.;
Among matters of importance which 1
will come before the convention is the
report by Walter S. Tooze nr.. of Salem
lodge X. 338, who is chairman of the
memorial committee. Mr. Tooze is
father of Lieutenant Leslie B. Tooze.
who gave his life for his country in
the battle of Argonne. A check today
showed Mr. Tooze to be the only elk
in attendance at the convention who
had lost a son in the world conflict
and who had sons who were all offi
cers in the United States army.
Bend Delegation Heard.
No delegation of Elks in Klamath
Falls is attracting: the attention ot
making more noise than the delegation
of Bend Elks, members of the "babv
lodge" of the state, led by "Pat" Me-ha-ffey.
banker of Bend and exalted
ruler of the newly instituted lodge. This
delegation is seen everywhere. Only
two members of the lodge are not in
attendance and they, it is said, were
delegated to remain in Bend to carry
on organization activities there.
Harry G. Allen, secretary of the Ore
gon State Elks association, is aspiring
to succeed Dr. Kennedy as president
of the state association. II. Alexander,
vice-president of the association, also
is an aspirant to this position.
Salem seems to have the edge on the
contest for the 19 ml convention, Pendle
ton having decided to wait another year
before making a contest for the annual
meeting.
The convention will close early Sun
day morning w ith a "Mardi gras" aance
on the streets and with a confetti bat
tle between picked teams from the
Roseburg. McM inn ville and Portland
lodges, assisted by the women.
HOMES TO BK "SPRITLD VP"
Prizes Tor Airactive I.awns Are Of
fered at Klamath Kails.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Aug. 14.
(Special.) Can prizes in the amount
of 50 will be awarded for the best
lawns In Klamath Falls during con
vention week through the courtesy of
the Elks and the Woman's Improve
ment club. Both organizations are en
deavoring to interest the people of the
city In improving their lawns and beau
tifying the grounds about their homes.
The following prizes will be awarded:
For the best new lawn sown during
1!1S. $15.
For the best new lawn with flowers
Hi. SO.
For the best old lawn. $7.50.
For the best old lawn with flowers.
110.
For the best bed of purple and white
flowers. $5.
OAKLAND MAYOR ACCUSED
Crliiiinnl ' Negligence Cliurged for)
Failure to Fill Cily Position.
OAKLAND. Aug 14. Mayor John U I
ravie is cliarged with criminal nepli- '
pence in not nsminr a member to the '
civil, service board to fill the place of i
C:. Kaufman, resigned, in a criminal
complaint signed by Earl S. Bingham, :
realty man.
The complaint was filed in the countv
clerk's office today.
k WAR VETERANS CONTRARY
Aecks Balloting: Favors Happy Life
for Ex-Kaiser.
The past week has seen a most contrary-minded
groui of ex-scrvice men'
casting their straw ballots at the gen
eral army recruiting: station. Prohibi
tion lias been defeated for four con -seutive
days, the ex-kaiser has a bet
ter chance to live than he has to die
j and yesterday's vote gave him a three '
to one preference for a long, happy (
i lif- i
'jpifOBiuon 10 universal military ;
training; has grown very strong: and j
me women wouia nave ress cnance to
cast their ballots at the polls i yes
terday's count had anything to do with
it The new element tn the week's
Ivotiner is the discharged m-en of the 4th
engineers who returned from Germany
last week. They, as a. majority, favor
a wet nation, oppose the league of na
tions, beieve in giving the kaiser, the
risrht to -live, are split on universal
military training and go fifty-fifty
on woman suffrage.
STR
MOTORCYCLE AXD AUTOMOBILE
ARE RAMMED.
Cj clit May Die as Result of I n ju
ries; Woman Sent to Hospital
for Care.
Two persons were injured, one per
haps fa tally, when an inbound Irv ins
ton k tree tea r era shed into a motor
cycle and an automobile within two
blocks of each other at U:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon.
Jack Harper, 32 years old, married,
is in iSt. Vincent's hospital in a critical
condition. The streetcar, in charge of
A. I. Kidd. motornian,, crashed into
the motorcycle at East Seventh and
Multnomah streets. The motorcycle
was wrecked and it is doubtful if Mr.
Harper will recover.
In less than two blocks from the
point where it collided with the motor
cycle; the same streetcar collided with
an uutoino'oi le driven by Mrs. L. IZ.
Reed of Ridefield, Wash., at Multno
mah street and Grand avenue. The
impact threw the streetcar off the
track, and it plunged completely over J
the front part of the automobile.
Mrs. Reed sustained a badly crushed
hand, which necessitated a surgical
ope rat ion at St. Vincent's hospital last
nijarht. Frank Swart z. also of Ridee
field, was in Mrs. Reed's machine and
escaped wit It in i nor cuts and bruises
about the head and face. -
lol ice were unable to g:et an ac
count of the collision with the motor
cycle. Mr. Harper was only semi
conscious and could give no details
whatever. He lives at litis Kast
Seventeenth st reet. north.
COURT HOLDS MAN IS DEAD
Absentee Xot Heard From in 2 0
Years Legally Deceased.
ALBANY. Or., Aug:. 14. (Special.)
Because nothing has been hoard from
him since he left Albany, 20 years ajro.
to i?o to Chicago. Harry McCully today
was adjudged dead by County Judge
W. R. Bi iy u in probate court.
When McCully left Albai.y he owned
i small farm with his brother. Giant
McCully The brother went to Spokane
and did th-re last February, leaving
a son, ae"rl 15, and a daughter, 1" years
old. Thesf children inherited the es
tate of tj.eir father in Linn county, and
J. J. Bauer, who represents them, pro
cured an order from the court today
appointing himself administrator of the
eitates.of both brothers. The farm is
aiued at about $ 120".
Morris Bros, Buy Bend Bonds. ,
BKND. Or.', Aug. 14. (Special.)
Bend's f i n i nci al problems were solved
last nieht. when 'the city council voted
to accept ,t he offer of Morris Bros, of
Portland for the.cily's $25,000 one-year,
6 per cent note issue. A 1 per cent
discount, and $75 attorney's fee, were
alio w-od. The -note issue was r eject v.
en rlier in the mon th by a not her Port
land bond house on the grounds that
thf authority for issuance of the securi
ties was lack i n g.
Mail Beats Stepson, Fined $25.
SALEM. Or., Aug. 14. (Special.)
Kmil Reyser. farm laborer employed
near Salem, was arrested here today
charged with assault and battery in
connecting with chastising his 11-year-old
stepson. The complaint was filed
by Ryser's wife. Ryser entered a plea
of .guilty in the justice court and was
fined $25.
Kelso Iosiof f Ire Expands.
KELSO, tWath., Aug. 14. (Special.)
The lease for larger post off ice rooms
in the Market building for the Kelso
postoffice, which recently advanced to
second-class stand Ing and nerds more
floor space, was closed yesterday w ith
H. K. McKenney, owner of the Market
building. The lease runs for ten years
from January 1, 1920.
Fh II in short I ron I njurrs Man.
S A I.KM. Or., A up- 14. (Special.)
Harry Taylor, employed ty T. M. Barr
in the manufacture of furnaces, was
quite seriously injured today when he
was pinned beneath a nuantitv of sheet
Iron. He was taken to a hospital, 1
where it whs found that several bones I
had been fractured.
Lane Would Revoke Land Grants.
WASHINGTON', Au?. 14. Revocation
of railway rights of way through In
dian reservations or lands where
grantees over a period of five years
have faiieu to construct roaas or util
ize other land granted them, was rec
ommended in a report sent to congress
today by Secretary Lane
War Museum Established.
SEATTLE. Aup. 14. Establishment of
a war museum in Seattle for the col
lection of trophies and war medals ob
tained by American soldiers from tha
northwest in service overseas has been
announced by. the Klmcr J. Noble Post
No, 1. American I.cion.
TOO L ATK TO fl.ASSlFV.
WANT At one, bungalow. Hawthorne d;t--t
ri ft- ldiHj tt h ki. Main 1 J::;.
AMI SKMKNTS.
CHAT . 7.
Her., we have been rrrltiner apna
of rilK t)AlvS for three rnnnlha and
ur haven't yet half told our friend
of the vvondera of this Kreat natural
.ayicround, where for 14 year. Port
land folka have foand pleaaare.
If we wrote for 20 year we would
atlll leave much unaahl, for there In
ao much it juat cannot be told. Come
apritin.
JOHN K. CORn RAY. Manager.
BASEBALL
PORTLAND VS. OAKLAND
AUGUST 13. 14. 15. 16. 17
Games Degin 3 P. M.
Double Headers Saturday and Sunday
. Beginning 1:30
iAMUSfcWENT PAPK
AMl'SEMKVTS.
J "JJEST IN YEARS" L
lrdle Last .Marhl'a Audiear-e I
HEILIG
Brnadwa at Taylor.
Main 1 and A 1 12-
TONIGHT, 8:15
TOMORROW
MtiHT
-SPECIAL PRICK
Mat. Tomorrow 2il5
HENRY MILLER
BLANCHE BATES
IX PHILIP MflELLtR S
NOTABLE PLAV.
MOLIERE"
DISTTNGt 1SIIKD COMPANY
SIPERB PROBICTIOX
PRICES!
EVE'S Floor, S2.50; Balcony. 5 rows
2. 9 rows 1 60. 8 rows tl; Gallery,
res. 75c. adm. 50c.
SAT. .MAT. Floor. $2: Balcony. S
rows 11.50. 17 rows $1; Uallery.
res. 75c adm. 60c.
TICKETS Off SELLING.
TICKET OFFICE SALE r-
-OPKXS TODAY
T-IpTT T Broadway a4 Taylor.
AIIjILIVJ Main 1 and A 1122.
2,.r.NEXT SUN.
-LAOIE OM,V VATS.
I Frl.. A UK. 22; Tuea.. 28: Krl 2. I
a.
REOILAR MATS. Aid 23-30.
ALEXANDER
"THE MAN WHO KNOWS"
And His All New
SHOW OF VO.DERS.
EVE's 75c, 50c. 25c. lAWES ONLY
MAT. 50c SAT. MAT. Admits. 50c;
Children, 6 to 12, 25c.
.Matinee) Tomorrow.
p A LCAZAR
ISA Ml'SICAI, fLWtRS
wifh
't 4 Mnlr Viifr nntl Oiwar Flemnn
in a sumpluotii revi:l ot
) m Montgomery A; Stone' Big Hit
Wei. said
DOIIO.
-t. Mntinre-, !i."c.
NKXT l l.K KING
Hie Show for Klda.
Hrinif Km All!
IPP8DH0ME
Today Tonight
TH I RS., FRI, SAT.
G I LLETTl'S MCNXEYS
Monkey Dnya at the llacea.
They Are Marveloua.
-THE LITTLEST VAMP"
Baby Mudce Kvann In the Picture
1'la.y.
"HOME WANTED."
EARL ANDEDWARDS
Renl Muaieal Comediana.
RII.I.Y
Hit KS
"Our
Editor."
STAM.KY A.D
liKil,
'Musical Artists
UeLuxe
THE WONDERFUL GAEBERTS
la Sriuiatloual Sorornaulti Iown m
Stairnay.
Take It From lu It's SOME SHOW
Aeroplane
Flights
Saturday and Sunday
Let our aviators take you for a ride
over the city from
Columbia Beach
Portland's Popular Amusement Park.
Dance Tonight
COTILLION
HALL
Fourteenth at WMhlngton.
A m e r 1 ca's finest ballroom;
b?.H - bearing spring floor.
Ladies, 25c; Gents. 50c, ex-
cept Saturday.
Get That Happy. Healthy Habit
Hop a CC Car Today.
COUNCIL
r l CREST
Sj- PARK I
All Amusements Start 1 P. M. Dancing !
t-venuifci Except Sunday Concerts
Sunday.
: ... 1
IT-I I'ivening .lOr. 7.V. fi
AMCSEMKNT9.
P
A N A T C E
MAT. DAILY 2:30
s
Herbert Evaaa
i Presents fbe Sfm
SUBMARINE F-7
i lon4 Drama
(See the submarine in action see tha sub
! chasers watch the monsters of the
1 deep at war. OTHKR BK- ACTS 9
(Three Performances Daily. Night Cur
tain at 7 and 9.
piprii I? Fourth mt
0 1 IV Lxij Hi Washington
Mary Pickford
IN
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"
Alo a Christie Comedy and a Pirtotrraph.
Open from 0 o'clock In the morning until 4
o'clock of the following- morninjr.
MKKTIXO NOTICES.
THE Bnd and Team f
Portland L-odne No. l!fU.
Loya! Order of Moose, will
hav?t Its annual ouung at
Crystal Lake Park. Sunday.
A u gust 17. Everybody is
welcome to attend. A list of
valuable prizes for the sports
and rai'M has bin ar
ranged Th largest family on the grounds
is to receive a ton of briquets. The Ladles
of Moosp heart are to run a To-yard dash.
Thre will be children's races, mrn'i races,
ladles' races, ladies swimming race, tue-of-war
and many other events. The band will
Kive two concerts. Dancing: In pavilion from
2 to 1U P. M.
MULTNOMAH CAMP. NO.
, v . it. w. meets at tneir
hall. EaMt Sixth and East
Alder streets, every Friday
eve.uln(t at S o'clock. Visit
ing neighbors always wel
come. J. O. WILSON,
Clerk.
WILL meet this (Fridayt
evening at 8 o'clock at
Alder street. Work in the first
decree. The first degree team
is especially notified to be
present, as e have a large
class to work upon. Visitors
L. W. WEibENBOKX. N. G.
Rec. Sec.
HASSAL0
are welcome.
F. COZENS,
PORTLAND IODC;E, NO. T.5. A.
F. & A. M. Stated communlca
cation this i Friday) evening. 8
o'clock. Masonic Temple, fol
lowed by social session. Visiting-
br-thren particularly Invited
to attend. By order W. M.
H. .1. HOUGHTON. Secy.
ALBERT 11 KE LODGE NO.
A. K. AND A. M. Special
communication this Friday)
evening. Aufiust 1.1. at 7 o'clock.
F. C. decree. Visiting brethren
welcome. G. W. COOK,
f-ccretary.
WEB FOOT CAMf NO. 65, WOODMEN
Oh THis WORLD, meets every Friday oiht
st W. O. W. temple. 128 ltth street. Ali
members welcome. Kum to Kanip Friday
II. L. BARBUR, Clerk.
EMBLEM jewelry, button-, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Brog.. bixth st.
FRIED LANDER'S for lodpe emblems,
clans pins and medals. 810 Washington st.
DIKD.
BAUMANX-Aug. 13. at Paul. Idaho. Albert
J. BMumann, age 7V years, beloved father
of Aihrt C. and .Hugo Baumann of San
Francisco; Mrs. Alma Grimm of Paul.
Idaho, and Hrs. Salina Havnen of Port
land. Funeral announcement later. Re
mains will be at A. R. teller company's
parlors after the arrival Friday evening.
GIBSON In this city. August 14. Harold E.
Gibson, aged 4 years. Funeral notice
later. Remains are at the residential par
lors of Miller & Tracey.
SMITH- In this city, August 14. Victor Law
rence Smith, age 30 years. Remains at the
par lorn of Breze & Snook. Belmont at
o.lth. Notice of funeral later.
HERAL NOTIC'KS.
JORiiKXSEX In thin city. August 10.
Harold itobert Jortfonaon. Mffed 17 years.
. behoved son of Mr. and .Mrs. Rasmus
Jorftenaen of 545 KoiolHwn ave,: brother
of HldiiLhe. Kbther. Maria and Olga Jor
grnsen. Kuneral services will bj con
ducted today Friday ). August 15. at '2
V. M. from I'caraon'a undertaking; parlors,
itussell at toe t and Union avenue. Kricnds
in vited. I ntcrnient family plot Hose City
Park cemeterj.
yOL'Nfi In this rity. August 13. Susan
Young, aged Hi years, beioved mother of
Mrs. I.. Moses and William Young, both
f Jennings, la. ; Mrs. Bouiata blcvcns of
Houston. IV., and Mrs. L. !. Uoughorty
of this city. Remains were forwarded
Thuminy, August 14. und-T direction of
Miller 6c Tra ty. at 7:10 P. M., to Jm
nings. l-a.. when? services Mill be held
and interment take place.
BATTIX In this city. Au 14. Cornelius
Battln. aged 7 years; lather of hlphralm
i;. Hat t in of K-'J K. Stark St., Theophi ius
Hattm ol t'latskanie. Or.; aluo five dauah
trrs and one son living l:i the east. Kuiit-ial
services will be conducted tomorrow 'Sat
urday t. Aug. 1H. at -J P. M.. at Pear
son Lndonakinjc parlors. Itussell st. at
lnlon ave. Friends invited. interment
M ui tnomah ccaietery.
MARTI N Drowned in the Willamette river
August 11. l.tll. John B. Martin, aged
5u years, beloved husband of Lena Mar
tin of 1 50 Farajo st reet. Funeral services
will be held at Dunning & MrKntee
chapel, Broadway and Ankeny street, to
day Kriday i at 11 P. M. Friends invited
to attend. Interment Hose City cemetery.
JACKSON In thil city. August 13. William
Andrew Jarkson. aged 14 years, son of
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Jackson of 145 Morris
street, and brother of J. Jackson. The
funeral services will be held this 4 Fri
day) morning at 1'::.0 o'clock at Finley's.
Montgomery at Filth. Friends Invited,
lnierment at Mount Scott Park cemetery.
TWITCH KM The funeral services of the
late Kmilv C. Twiichell will be held to
il. y t Friday). August 15. at i P. M. at
the family residence. 4J12 Seventy-fourth
street. Interment Multnomah Park cem
etery. Arrangements in care ot Miller &
Tracey.
WRIflHT The funeral services of the late
Clara' Wright will be held tomorrow
(Saturday). Augum 16. at '2 P. M.. at thp
Centenary Met hod 1st church. East Ninth
and Pine at reels. Interment Rose Mty
cemetery. Arrangements in care of Mil
ler A, Trace).
ARRYO Funeral services of the late Sophia
Arryo. agtd iirt years, will be held at Dun
nlng & McEntee's chape!. Broadway and
Ankeny street, today tFriday) at 1 1. M.
Friends invited to attend. Interment
Mount Calvary cemetery.
JOHNSTON In this city, Joseph Johnston,
age 46 vears. Funeral services will be
' h'dd at P. I... I.erch funeral parlors, Kast
11th and Clay streets, today tFriday,
August 15. at J::tO P. M.
VAULTS) AlCBKMAT10y.
VAULT
sfBlM (Thorium
BL" RIALS
J TION. Dlslntrmnti for eitner. a.li. ut,.
i I.OK1STS.
LUBL1NEK. FLORIST.
523 Morrison at.. Portland hotel. Mar. 753.
h Morrlaun bet- Bay. and ark. Mar. -i7.
Portland's Leafilny Flower Shopa.
MAiiTIN A FUKBES CO., 'loriata. 35a
Wasnlngton. Malt. 2C9. A 12u. Flowar
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLAKKE BHOS.. tlorists. 2i7 Morrison st.
Malu or A louo. Kin flowers and iloral
designs. No branch stores.
PtuPLE'b FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder. Flow
ers and desifcns. very reasonable. Mar, bvx'l.
1KV1NGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4th an
Yamhill, r uneral qesisners, uriea.
MAX M. bMlTU. Main 7215. A 312L Selling
TON5ETH FLORAL CO.. 2S" Washington St..
between eth and Sth. Main S1U2. A 1161.
MONUMENTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
ega 4th St.. Opp. City HalL K.q Braa.
BLAESING GRANITE CO.
THIRD AT MADISON STREET 1
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JHB iRWIN-HOUSON COMPANY.
g7 W authinptor.. Kruadway 434. A 154.
IHIROI'KACTOR.
SOO.000 KNOW McMahoo, 100 chiropractor.
Throngs pronouncir.K treatment eiat,
best permanent. 31 "treats" $15 Tel.
C H IRQ PO rlST A KCH fSPECIAl-lST.
WILUAM. Kstelle and Floretta Veny.
the only scientific chiropodists and arch
specialists in the city. Parlors au Cr
U?cer tld- s- W. corner Ud and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
CHIROPODIST.
!n. GARTNER, toot specialist; corns,
bunions, foot arches made to order. 811
fcweOand bldg., 5th and Va-sh. Main 1081
PAINLESS graduate lady chiropodist. Open
Sundays. CIO Bush-Lane. Broadway-A.laer.
CIRCULAR LETTtRb.
CKA.Mi LKTTKK CO., 1610-11-U Royai
bl-ig M'trsnail 5SU. A altigrapbing. tuiiu
emiraphing end mail advertnaing.
fOLLBCTIOX S.
NETH 4- CO.. Worcester bldg Main 1780
No collection, no charge. lvatab, moO.
DAXCIXU.
KATHKRINK M. - ROWAN guarantees tc
lessons 4 Jessons $2. rtoJ Kliers bldg..
v t. -.in Aim ot.ii. uii a.5it. hi. lum .i 4
MHS. BW'H'S DANCING academy, 3d floor
- -on uni uiu. , pn vnia lessons aay ana eve
Social dance Friday evening. Main 1.(45.
BERKELKY DANCING ACADEMY'. 129 4th
st., da iioor first -class Instructors; le
p-jiio ujy mm evening. Jdain iJilo.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY,
109 2d st. Ball
room ana stage dancing.
Main L'130.
IOG AND CAT HOM'ITAlT"
HOSPITAL Dr.
rian. 314 East
J. H. Huthman, veterlna
th st. Kast 1S47. B lld2.
KLECTR1CAL REPAIRING.
II.M.H.ELECTRIC CO
winding and electrical repairing
a specialty. See us about new or
used motors. Bdwy. 1045. A lu4o
Ft EE.
BOXWOOD SLABWOnn
Multnomah r ul Co. Main Solo A 21 1
i...,,1 ASH AND FIR CORLlWOOL)
HARDWOOD FLOORING.
GET estimates for new or old house Port-
land Hardwood Floor Co.. ia7 W. Par It s l
hemstitchixg7
K. asTEPHAN. hemstitching, scalloping ac
cordion side pleat, buttons covered mall
orders. lilt iMttock blk. Broadway luJJ
WHOLESALERS AND
ALTO Toys.
1JCBK1.ILLL Tyf Co., nth and Oak eta.
DRV GOOUS, IOTroS.
I niWk'fl CDICI Pfl Stockroom ud olflc.
47 North r'ntb stmt.
bB.M.V Ml.KlllA.MS.
fAClllC UKA1N CO.. Boaid of Trada bljg.
UAT8 AM CAPS.
HiANnALSEK HAT Co., S3-ii Front it.
HllltS, WOOL AND CASCAKA BAHla.
KAILS BRUS., Hi Front st.
PAINTS. OILS ANU CLASS.
V. P. FULLER CO.. Front and Morrison.
KASHLSStN He CO.. 2d and Taylor.
AlCTION SALES TODAY,
At Wilson's Auction House, 10 A- M.
Furniture. lti'.-171 Second st.
ll'MKAL DIRECTORS.
IIOLMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Funeral Directors
tuBLHuilsned 1877.
Third and balmon StreeU.
Main Co.. A lMi
Laay A&aiatanu
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect lfunerml Services lor lesa.
Independent 'uitral Ulrector.
Wash l bt. -Otb and 21st, vest
Main "aowt. t-ad Aistut. A 7sa.
J.P.FINLEY&SON
FROGRESS1VB FUNERAL. D1RECTUH3.
Uain V. Montgomery at otn. A
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all tn privacy of a
home, lttth und JCvarett sta. Foona liroad-
-11.3. Home. A lilUsi.
F. B. DUNNING. INC.
414 12. Alder. Phone last 52.
Triect service, personal direction, free
rt . i ..hatial iinrl UUtO -! Illlim.nr
use oi ito -"!: . r
DOWNING & McNEIAR
iSuccessors to Wilson & .nua. jiu.iduioib
at
ni'WING oi McEN TEt.. 1 uneral airectora,
JUroadway and Pine sl rtow Broadway
4o0. A 4ouo.
ri i I CDfH East 11th and Clay 1U
P. L. LllirV'rl Kat 7bL b isa.
KRlCSON
Xwalith and Morrison sta.
Broadway JSi.
A. L. KENWORTHY CO..
5802-04 2d st.. Lents. TaDor
BREEZE & SNOOK TaT LK'STi.
AD 7CI I CD PR 692 Williams Ava.
t ill i.Ll.L.Ln UUi East loss, c lus8.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 415:!. A Lady aaalstant.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Room 153 Coarthooae. Sth St.
to trance.
Phone from 8 to 5, Main 378, Home phone
A 2523. Niglit call avfter office hour. Wood
lawn 764.
Keport all ranra of eruelty to the above
addreatft. fclectrical lethal chamber for small
ani mailt. Horse ambulance lor Mick and dis
abled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one deirinft a dtifc or other pet, communi
cate with us. Call for all lot or strayed
stock, as we look, after the Impounding.
There Is no more city pound, just Oregon
Humane Society.
'EW TODAY.
SEND US YOUR OLD CARPETS
Old Boca and Woolen Clothlnc.
. alaa. Bsltlo. Haad-Vtsvaa
FLUFF RUGS
They Wear Like Iron.
Mall Orders. Send for Booklet
Ksc Hua Woven, AH aiaea.
Carpet Gleaning
tslt Hugs. Steam Cleaned. 91.0
WESTLBS iLtli KtG CO.,
M TjDion A... N. Eat S51Q. B 1473.
JOHN B. COFFEY, ,
MORTGAGE LOAN.
Insurance. Surety Bonds
S02 Wilcox Bids. Uain 702. A 3702.
KMIL. TH1KLHORX. violin, viola toachar;
puull Mick. -;o7 flifdncr blj. Hdvty l-
JA.Z BAND lor hiir. Cull Voollavn 2JII3.
OP1 UMtihlla AM) OPTIC 4.-11
ULASSEai AT A SAVING.
1 solicit your patxoiiagw on the
battit ul capaiji bvi ticc i' no Lilian as
Ol MitibilcU Cuoloiut-is. A trial win
cuuv iho you. Cliai i- VV. Uhm1ihu, OpU
n.-ctrif t. -ut Morrituu. Mam -i-t-
ATTEXTIOX! EYES RIGHT!
Dr. GtMji-,-i huieosiiu, veietau wptlcian.
Is nB-ni on Uj jut oi luting tiiv best c
lflMs at rttuttriuiaabit prices. MuTiiaon
su. Uvar Secuua.
PAINTING.
PAINTING at the tiglit price; filad to 114;-
ure your uorK. aUattUiau l.b.
PATEN T A l lOK.NLl S.
R. C. W RIGHT sa.ra xicntuc, U. S.
auq lot-eigaa vatt-i.ti. OO 1 1quiu utug
UOLDbEKG, t-0 Woicester Uldii. Maiu -525.
IHlMtlA-Nb.
80
0 lncreaat;d teticinc dru.leva treat.
tu uieni. Kunr.. iiei.aaciis. .uucnai.
;.tlM, lUUSli.kl WiUlf.l .Ult:l. l'K.
Uma Mar. 4bt.
lK. K. A. r'illLL.ll'S. Broadway buildn,.
itlifc.'untliu. biwjiikcu, bu.cl, iuuk, Uvr.
.luitv, Uiaauei, itlal, probtatlv.. Iciiiai.
Qwitucrs, tain altecnoli., uiootl pi t.ai .
fLUMiilNO oUhrULb at wUoles,al. prices.
au.raa-.Ua.via to., lk 1'nlra. Ataiu
I'KIMI.NO.
K.E VSTONE I'KEdS. J. H. Garitenbeln. Mgr.
rrtDtiti. ana tiiiutypiita. luu r'luut at-,
eoruei al.ru. Ala.r, ut A 141a.
PRtfJTIWfl F- w- WALTliSi At COMPANY,
Iflllll IUUil ...J o.a ai. Alam lo. A Hop
SLIO.MJ-UA.ND STORES.
i.i.VlM UAKbWAhK it. tX'K.NlTUli CO..
lrunt ttu
W. buy aitc aell evGr uuig in th. hard
ware aua Xuiuitur. liaa. i'tiou. al.in
va.u. A 71a.
TKA-NStEB AI STOUAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
"Tiie service witn a K-putaticn."
ilOVl.NG-hACivlNU-Sl'OKAUb-BAxJGAGB.
latn sua Kt-arney. Disucb Od rk iirvt.aMi.y.
PHONE BDVYY. 3309
PIANOS property pacaed for shipment, also
muted auu stoieU pi operiy at Iovmbi rates;
boxes lor snipping all atylt-s supplied lor
1 it rtJturueu in gooe- ui our. Telephone
Main or call Ortguii Etiers Music
House, eutrmice Wasnmsion st.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO.
General Transier and torwrndiiig Asenia.
THACK.ACJt, STUkAjK ANl TKANafblH.
124-lU N. lrTH ST. UKOAUWAi:
OKEOUN TKANSFEK CO.. -174 UUSAX ST.,
Comtr ot lain. Telephone Broadway 121
or lloti. We own and operate two lage
cia&a "A" v.areliout--s on terminal txacas.
Lowest insurance rates in tne city.
STOKE your puuu wiih Oregan Etiers Music
House, telephone Main We call tor
and deliver at rea.sona.blb rates. i-'ia.uoa
poiishea or tuned.
MAUXSO.N-ST. lOCK 4t WAREHOUSE OK-l-
ltt, lfo'J Aladibon st. Uenerai merciianUise
and lorwarumg agents, i'none Mam ltul.
I-ACKINU, MUV1NU, STORAGE.
8ECLKJTY STOilAOK c TttA.Niii-bR CO.,
Iu0 f AH K b'f. MAIN 01U0. A 10il
CLAY S. MOKSfi. Inc.
TRACK AO E, STOKAUE. ThANSFER.
448-454 OLltAN ST.
WATCH REPAIRING.
HIGHEST prices paid, old watches and Jew
elry. Condition no object. Repair a pe-
cialty. l-taimer Jewelry Co.. 4-iJ Wan. at.
MANUFACTURERS
PIl-:. I'IPK FITT1NOS ANU VALVKS.
1. L. KLINE. Bl-bd Front st.
I'LIMBIXU AMI STEAM SII'I'LIES.
. L. KLIN E, 64-86 Front au
PRODITE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVEKDj.Nli az FAKltKLL, 14o Front .Lreet.
HOPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordase Co.. 14th mud Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND CLASS
W. P. FULLER CO.. Front and jlorruuo.
WALL PAPER.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d .trceL
NEW TODAY.
CENTER OF
LAURELHURST
$11,000
BpaotUnl Klckt-Ronm Kr.ld.nr. With
.MoMt Modern Improvements. on
ItxlUO Corner Lot. Price ll.oK.
Goddard & Wiedrick
24.1 STARK. ST.
BEAUTIFUL LAURELHURST HOME
OVERLOOKING
PORTLAND'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PARK
Nine-room Dutch colonial, with billiard
room, three fireplaces, hot-water heat
strictly up to date in all modern con-
vemciiues. -au ana see photo.
Goddard & Ayiedrick
243 STARK ST.
At Standard Factory No. 2
Grand Ave. and East Taylor Sts.
POWER MACHINE
OPERATORS
.to learn on
Shirts and Overalls
Mackinaws and Overcoats
$10.00 per week while learning.
Forty-four-hour week.
SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY
Experienced operators are earning
from $15 to $20 weekly
PORTABLE
GARAGES
can be shipped anywhere.
Prices on application.
Modern
Construction
Company
si 5 v. 11th si
East 5114 "
MORTGAGE LOANS
TaFrnvH cltr ad farm pro pert T
Installmrnt rfpnynifnt pr.Tlleice It
frcfrrdi prompt, reliable aervtee.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
117-210 Konsonters Uanlt (InllUllLb
alaxakail 4114, Jl 4111.
f
Gara
Call for Illu.tratcdA ' 51
Frit Hat. . j g-Jl
"J St. PI.,Be Broadway 14.
Sam Ccnnell Lumber Co.
7500.
on Wi,?!r!ll' View P,ac's o' Rose City
tnoroughly modern with steam heat
Cement sraEe. i,ot 5nxlin TermV
, B- HOLMES ro.
Main M.M. ..... Z,mr, '
5H
cf Mortgage Loans
tawara uoudey Co.
I. 8. BANK BV1L1INU.
JtEAI. ESJATE
lor Lota.
TS-tlOO WITH FRl'lT.
'' building site with bearing fruit'
trees. ,i:tie Maokhrrrl.s. some fin. mapia
ml (loswwrt tnau. trees. oak: on 11
lard ave.. rear Atns-worth. In Willamette;
rri.-o a nap. ..,i. yiM cath. balance to J
sun. per cent. Will tako liberty bonda,
at par. ,
., ,, f'.Rl SSl & BKNNETT. "
SIS Board of Trade KkIk. Main T40- J
MAKK AX KKKER -1
Nearly onr a.-rr. 7 good BulMlnir slt.s:
K. reimr l:.M SMtji Hna i'.mri; Vtlltv
roaj; mortts of l-,K. can stand; theia.
lot must ;.rrd at once. "
i:. M i: TCToop -o..iys 4th st.
r.Oxliv OR TTtxloo.
All lmproenirnts In and paid. In thos
very bet purt cf Irvir.Rton Broadwav dis
trict, on -Mt h. between Knott and Stanton. .
retnis. Sre owner. .-,sn K. -"ilth t. l;d,y.
Take auto as part payment.
50x100 LOT, with' 9 bearln. prune tr.es.
; . - oiocks I mm Haw-".
thorn, avo. car. free from Incumbrance: i
Sri on very easy terms. Phon. tut :
,,5&o-jr.. iota o r t n.
' KAI.K. line biilMinc lot. 50x100.
),l ,r I?".. s,ith "trc,, wo blocks .
noi.h ot club hotie; .-, buys it. soma
terms X M. Oresonian. -T
BtlAVTlKl I. Laurelhurst corner lor fTTe
5n V. sui'.';'f!ce- I-ot block l. east '
, " sl. "k' me -an olfcr. Ad'irui
drawer G. tMlem, Or. .
TWO beautiful view lots in Overlook 7SZ"
tion muft l.e sold to close an eslate: any .
T'Hrd"!- 'er ba ctPtl. fail 105 I
H'i" .1 LOTS on Koth and i:..ir, .,
r,-lo's on 3-'d a0 Oolns. By owner. -222 "
WashinKton st. ' n
FOR SALE-Lot No. . block 2. York add.-i
r - x.i.j. oj. iiacaua, ur.
A sA v K D A ?'T,Ptr!t Paid. $S0. JON--
v , uuj 13 ii k d i a k.
A HAhuAI.N Roso City Park, fin lot, t
' dM!lT'yll"s: i'none owner. Kast 8.
For Pale 3arh iToperty.
GET A BHACH IIOME now at SeHlOe. "57 -
... . . . vnnnuoiu i (i r k. at re-
duced prices; .'5 to 700. easy install-
CI".m PlJ EV"i: oon to be connected'
...t pa.i'd h'shway with eaatein and ?
southern Oreson, which. with nroooaed
PaJrk '00otn-P'7-,hW'" mak" 5cSht;
ra d ,r ,ne mo"t ttractiva spots
on Pacific coast. Whltmcr-Kclly Co.. 414 -Pittock
block, Portland, Orccon or In"
JldjVr'eso- Broadway,
SALTAIR. TILLAMOOK BEACH. '
..ZJ,t;olc ftU)tli. at Baltatr sta-":
t.on llllaniook beach, near depot and -hotel,
adjoin, board walk, county road rf
a!L ,ra,lr.oad- fees Pacific ocean; suit
at e for business or residence; valu. oo0:
w ill consider trade for auto, property or r
mcrchandisa.AddreSsBIU7. Orcgonia.
ror Sale Hotiaes.
J0.T7,',-ASS ONE $4500. s
Kli H WITH BEAUTY. -
Berore it u too late bo see this beautiful -bungalow;
J rooms and den larire enough
for bedroom, luriiished throughout In old
Ivory. bfaiitirul hardwood l.oors fire-V-',a';'
, l"",l-'n bookcases snd buffet.' s.
Jiench doors to dining room and .ui
nnrch. full Dutch kltcnen. cement ba?a-:
ment. a furna.-e, lull lot. fine Karate-'
hard-surface streets In and paid, restrict!.
terms lr"-'l; lh'" a home to be proud of.
f. A. Warrlner, i
RITTKK. I. OWE & CO
:oi -a-5-7Board of Trade Bldg.
WILL I.KAVE" 1T TO ' YOU.
Hs.ve the best buy In fine home in
Portland. I,se City Park, tip-to-mimu.-moncrii
bungalow, a rooms, all on first t
tl"oi ; larce sleeping por. ii. every conven-,,
len.e, larsf porch on three sidos; UOxlOO
-orner, with all hanl-surl'aee in and paid-
,T', K-,ri,.- Irse enoustli tor 3 nmchines;
ll kinds Howers and snrubs. Ideal home. -lor
lainny. l,,u cannot build the liouse
for ne.,r the price .isked. On account ot
sickness will sH rifice lor ..-ii)rt on very''
easy terms. ;, t m our machine and w '
will SHUW sou. Sec Mil. hADLEI, with:
.... . J- lT- COHBIN CO.. -
.....,. Lewis bkii Marshall ana "
ALA.UK1.IA HI NtlAl.OW. CARAUE.
A classy, modern -room bunrslow with "
Dt, ak:ast nook, fl.ushed throughout in old 5
ivur and wlilie: living room extends-n
across front ol house; hardwood floors,
Mrcplace. buffet, bookcases, furnace. French- -doors
octwecn liinB room and dining
room; a good cat age with, cement drive--'
Way; floored nitlc . ,
fI.K -EUXU-H ENDERSON CO. 1
-'- It.'iiway Kxciiange bldg. Main 67.-,; J
NORTH IRVIXiJTON..
4imi CASH 1400.
H rooms and seuniK room, (ull Dutch"
kitchen, including built-in wash tray, full M
senu-cor.ient tiasement, wood lilt. ca -1
electricity, etc.: i block from Irvjngto'ri
car. at.t. -J Docks lrom school; price u
f-li"l. monthly payments like rent
WATCH Ulk AOS; WB GBT RESULTS. is
C A. Warnner. . ,
RITTn 1., W1.' a. rr
201-3-5-7 Hoard of Trade Bidr.
.-EKfECT NfclW BIXOALOW, laureU-'"
HUB ST.
s rooms, new. with everything- best' -money
can buy In improvements; 2 tre''
ba-hrooms. fin ifirage. leAutiful view of.i
park. If yoj want one of the best homes
in Pcrlland for the money, let u. show'
y.,u All fims.icd .a white ivory. See 11
Mr. Badley.
J. C. txillHlN- CO, 305 Lewi, bldg.
ll-room htiusc. j complete flats of 4 and o
5 rooms each, and 3-room cottage, all
furnls-hed: double garaee: cement base
ment, .tixl50 lot. paved atreet. assts. paid
frult, berrcis, etc.; upper flat and cottage
now rented for JCu, should bring I7.-,-'T
owner living In lower; , block to two car -
lines, good district, close In; price $S00U .
cash. Y a 4 3. oregonian.
A BEAUTVI.V HAWTHORNE. ,
o-roo:ii oungalow. artistically decorated
in old ivory, with hardwood floors and
built-in features; one-half block from r,T
Hawthorne, east lacing. This has a ,',1'r J
loo lot witli excellent garage. .Why look -further?
S:;.-.uo. liberal terms.
HAWTHOKNK REALTY CO.. -rt
Lor- bth and Hawthorne.
BUNGALOW BARGAIN. -
OWNER LEAVING STATE.
Modern j-iooni bungalow, finished attic,. s
corner full lot. cement walks, street !m-,
provements paid: near school; price S.'IOUO J"
-li J40OU: S750 cash, balance sam. as
rent. See owner at piace. tola Esst 2.ida,
North: one block south Alberta car; no
agents. .
$.",000 I R VIXOTO N HOME J5OO0.
On East -lid North. H rooms and S. P..
firepl.. fur., lot 60x100. all Improvements""
, In and paid: garasc and runway. A home ."
In the enuice part or Irvington on reaaou
able terms.
CI. E ELAND-HENDERSON CO..
212 Kaliway ?:xcliange bldg. Main 6752.
$e"io CASH buys nice 6-room house on A1-'
bina ave.. close to the south entrance of -
Peninsula park, where there Is public 3
playsrounds. gymnasium, swimming pool.,
and other privileges: fine lot with lots of
fruit: $:;."oo; $r,oci cash, balance monthly;
worth S.-.'MHi. C. DeVoung. 514 Chambai
of Commerce.
$262 5 5 - RO OM bungalow, bath. gas. eleo-1 1
trie lights, full basement, finished-j
and white-enameled throughout: con-
venient to Irvington and Alber.ta "
cars; vacant, terms. ?
J. A. WICKMAX CO.,
204 Ry. Excli. Bldg. llln 1094. ;
ACRE HOME. BEARINfl FRUIT.
Good, substantial 7-room house and aero
of rich loain soil, close to Hawthorne car;"
t hoiee bearing fruit uf all kinds; gasag.-!
chicken hoiifc, s.
CLKVE1.AXU-HEXDKRSOX CO. .
212 Railway Exftimnge bldg. Main tf7.-,2.
SUNNYSlDn JMjNGALOW, :t7r.O.
7 roims. modern, fine fruit and flowers. -Rll
improvements In and paid: dandy homen
for money. See it. Will call with auto, r
Mr. Badlcv. 1
I. C. CUKF.IN CO., S05 Lewis bids;.'
BI N'GA LOW, completely furnished; modern": i
5 rooms first floor. 2 rooms can be fin-
ished on second floor: located in Sl
Johns. Price :i0oo. J.r.0 cash, balance
monthly. G. A. Taylor, 17 Board of
Trade. Main Sr,rt7.
17.VI ROSE CITY PARK CAH.
Modern a-room bungalow, full plumb
ing, electricity, etc.: good basement, laun-
drv tras. nice full lot, terms. Tabors
t375 or 4307.
Sl'NNYSiriE Modern home. 7 rooms, eorneri
lot. paved slrtet near ?unny.lde and Haw
thorne ear line: 2 blocks to .chool; no in-,
cumhranee: S3.'". half cash. Owner. 1040
E. Main. cnr. .tr.th. f
(:;;,ih 7-ROOM uiodern house. 100x100. and4
garsire: Midway Annex uddition; trrua..
p - 47u. OrnsobULii. , .
NEW TODAY.
Si