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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, TUESDAY, 31 AY 11, 1020
BAPTISTS OPEN MEETING
SEW WOULD MOVEMENT TOPIC
Memorial Session to Be Held
Oldest Haptist Church AVcs-t
of Rooky Mountains.
JTILLSBORO. Or.. May 10. (Spe
cial.) "The New World Movement"
is the theme of the annual Willam-
ette Baptist association convention
w hich opened here tonight, with the .
annual sermon by Rev. A. E. Smith.
One ' of the features of the con-1
vention will be the sessions to be j
held in the oldest Baptist church
west of the Rocky mountains, which j
was built in 1853 and is still in good j
repair. Previous to its erection the i
Baptists who came across the coun-
try by ox team were compelled to ;
hold church services in private houses.
In the session tomorrow morning I
Dr. O. C. Wright, state promotion
director of the Baptist new world
movement In Oregon, will conduct
minute speeches In behalf of the new
world movement in the Willamette
association. Dr. Wright will report
that Oregon in the present campaign
has passed the $400,000 mark and that
the national campaign has passed the
$55,000,000 mark in the crusade for
$1,000,000 and $100,000,000, respec
tively. "Lessons of the New World Move
ment" will be given by J. C. Austin,
assistant promotion director for the
etate. The remainder of the pro
"The Xew World Movement and Evang
elism." by Dr. S. J. Reid.
The New World Movement and the
Bible School Facing Facts a They Are."
by A. D. Bossernian.
"Where the Colportcr Gets into the Move
ment." by "W. I.. Wilson.
"What the Association Promotion Board
Did lor tho Movement." by C. C. Hesse
mer. Tuesday evening the voting people of the
Baptist churches will nave charge ot the
. Wednesday Morning.
"Rrliglous Education In the Xew World
Movement," conducted by Dr. G. l. Young.
"The New World Movement and the Col
lege." conducted by McMinaville college
Womcn'6 cession, led by Mrs. W. E.
On Wednesday arternoon the meeting,
a memorial session, will be held In the old
West Union church, the oldest Baptist
tclifice in the west, which service, it in
expected, -will bo attended by a thousand
or more persona, the convention closing at
4 p'e;oek nt this place
TOO T.ATK TO CLASSIrT.
VA N TEH Competent stenographer, am
bitious, physically fit, with good judg
ment, willing to work for. promotion, ad
vancement to secretary president's of
fice; one used to or willing to live in
country town near metropolis; no ob
jection to beginner having innate busi
ness qualities if reasonably accurate and
interested In work; state experience and
salary expected in first letter. First
State Bank, Grcsham, Or.
It'lS FORD touring; 1920 license,
terms. 462 Hawthorne ave.
WAIT KSrt wanted.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
AUCTION SALE Beginning Tuesday
incrniiig we will change our auction
pales io 10 o'clock A. SI., Tuesdays.
Thursdays, Saturdays. Okl Auction
At the Baker Auction House. Yamhill
nd West Park streets. Sale at 10 A. M.
3 Nights Sun,
15c to T.2
loo to $1.
-15c to 73c
Jlilt Collins: Mme. Claire Forbes: Drmaresl
& IoM: Herbert & Dare: The
ftofeairea: Kiuograiii,. Topics of the Day.
'OTE!! Tills Khotr rloe with the Matinee
Wednesday, May 12th.
THE FAMOUS SINC-ER
"THE fclNUlNG TKACUER"
"A wnnr. man's chance"
J. HJUBliN KERRIGAN
VEXES OF THE WATER
SEVEN SCFERB ATTRACTIONS
t Bin Shows OVE ADMISSION S Big- Shows
May 13 and 15
Jos. A. Finle, Conductor
Chorus of 150
' In Haydn's
"CREATION" May 13
An Elaborate Miscellaneous
Programme May 15
MISS MARTHA ATWOOD
E. Graham Morgan, Tenor.
E. M. Evans, Basso
Prices $1.50, $1, 75c and 50c
(Plus 10 War Tax)
Mail orders received -now, by
Western Musical Bureau, Inc.,
287 Washington Street.
Box Office opens at
Sherman-Clay & Co., May 12.
Laosdon McCormiick rmeiits
"On the High Seas"
Vaudeville". Mot Sp'tnrulRr Mrlodmma
MX OTHKK lilti ACTS.
Three periormancea daily. Kiglit curtain
at 7 and .
"The Sin Woman"
Also a Mack Sennett comedy, "HMttle
Koyal" and tbe famous "Screen Magazine."
Tlt'KKT OFFICE SALK
HEILIG THIS WEEK
IWrtll: NIGHTS, MAY 'V4'
Special Price Mat. Sat.
GUS HILL'S T
50 ALL WHITE ARTISTS 50
To GEO. WILSON
JIMMIG WALL, GIOOKCE GORMAN
FAMOUS SAAO HUNT ETTE.
MA RK WITH HKOS.
EVE'S I.r.O. SM, "5c, 50c.
Special I'ricc Sat. Mat, 1. SOc.
PARADE AT HIGH NOON
"The Man Who Won"
JOIN THE D.M'CI.VG TONIGHT AT
Ten-Piece Orchestra and Monte Austin
it in jrl or Announces the
Kagetncnt of That
n:rrv. simv ijack
OR4 HKSTIt A
fo Popular With Us Last Season
Kranfriica Bll-, wizard of the
banjo and "violin, loader; Olllc t-ll-Mtvnt,
pianist extra ordinary; oc
Held, Portland's greatest trombon
ist; K. Amnio, syncopated traps
a ni xylophone ; Frnnk I'a ranjit
direct from the Hip, Seattle,
famous accordion player, and our
own Milton Biilterf ielri, the silver-
tcnorl cornet ist and Hinder.
A LI Till'; J.VI KST D AM K HITS
A.N U IMiKMY OK IT,
Opening Wednesday evening:. May
12, and every week tiiprht except
Monday. Coolest and MoMt Heautl
ful Hall in tbe West. Wonderful
liall-Kearln&r .Sprint? Floor. 1'uMic
Invited. Courteous Introducers.
Matinee Daily at 2. Evenings at 7 and 9.
MIKE AN l IKK
(Thop Two Funny Boys)
With the Rosebud Beauty Chorus
Make k"an of
THE PRINCE Ok" PILSNER.
TUESDAY NIGHT Country Store.
BARGAIN MATINEE WEDNESDAY.
Tonight All Week M atinee Saturday.
A Tale of the Virginia Hills
DAWN O" THE MOUNTAIN'S.
It's another Trail of the Lonesome Pine.
25TH & RALEIGH
V ACl V UOUL ACT -CVUIT 4JUMAI AN KKM
AL C BARNES"
tSjm CHALLENGE MOOT I
IN ONE BfC ACT
nnt 1st assnt nasi ht fasat fa i
PERFORSBNC BOGAt Ml
AND SIBERIAN TIGERS f I
V sit il.s $W.nm,linT ha
A f As rqnestmuiAct Supreme A g
ML 8AKMF3 OFTVKS S3 AM AOOCD ATTT ACTION
FOB THE 9CASON A MOST KWII. STUPDSIOUS
GLrmsMct.Y ooacams pomptxof au srm-
TBt E4H5flAM) FAMTASY
DOOB3 OPEN I AW) 7 P.M.
PEBFOBMAMCES Z AND 8 PJ
All dances taught In eight
three-hour lessons. Ladies
93, gentlemen 93, at De
Honey's beautiful academy.
23d and Washington. Be
ginners classes start Mon
day and Thursday eves.; ad
vanced classes Tuesday eve.
8 to 11:30. Plenty of desirable partners
and practice. No embarrassment. Learn
from professional dancers in a real school.
Phone Main TtiOti. Private lessons all hours.
BKOXI.KEWB In this city, at his late
residence, uoO 4th st. South, May 10.
Thomas a. jttronieewe, aged years.
husband or Aita Kronieewee, lather ol
Klla K. and R. H. Bronleewe of this city,
Mrs. H. K. Janssen of Geneseo. Kan.: G
ti. Bronleewe of Hutchinson. Kan. ; H.
G. Bronleewe or Lorrane. Kan.: T. G,
Bronleewe of Tlilisboro. Or., and O. B
Bronleewe of Frederick, Kan. Notioe of
f u n e ra I he re-i ft t. A r ra n gemeali In
cnarg. ox w. r inicy oc boo.
jjb sd mimr-rmmc bttj h m ii n i n m m. m in immm wmmmmm
'I ?iJ.j -ji'"jr mt - w-j-TTI -iSririliiiliirl-tl.l
THE SK.T Hit LB A CSM3S IMIH"
ton irnwa mm -..SZJL
gogpa 1 I m lATTTvirr
na .T Tia nuns uoa
A. AND A. S. RITE.
OREGON LODGE OF PER
FECTION. NO. 1. Special
- meeting In auditorium, t-cot-'
Huh Rite cathedral, this eve
s' ning at S o'clock. Work In
11th degree. Elmer H. Cook,
2d decree, presiding.
BY ORDER- VEX. MASTER.
MANDER Y NO. 13. K. T. A
stated conclave -will be neld
Tuesday evening. May 11.
at 7 .'to T Vf Ri.alnsa ..f
importance will be considered. Sojourning
fair Knights cordially invited.
G. P. E1SMAN. Recorder.
MANDERY NO. 15, K. T A
Fpecial conclave will be held
Tuesday afternoon. May 11.
at n ' f ' 1 rtc U flrHar exf (ha
temple will be conferred. Candidates please
report, at i P. M. A larce attendance la
G. P. EISMAN. Recorder.
OREGON LODGE NO. 101,
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication today (Tues
day) at 12:00 noon, for the
purpose of conducting the fu
neral K.n'ircH ftf mir late
brother, Peter A. Klrsuheiner. Services at
the undertaking parlors of A. D. Ken
worthy & Co.. at Lents at 1:30 P, M. In
terment Mt. Scott cemetery. Brothers
please brins atitos. Visiting brethern wel
come. By order of the W. M.
LESLIE S. PARKER. Sec.
IMPERIAL LODGE. NO.
15a. A F. & A. M. Stated
communication this (Tuesday;
evening. May 1. at 8 o'clock.
Work also in Fellow Craft de
gree. A special communication will also be
held tomorrow afternoon and evening in
the hall of Oregon Commandery. -Fifth
floor Pythian Castle, commencing at 5
o clock. Work in Master Mason degree.
Visitors cordially welcome
A. C. JACKgON. Secretary.
PALESTINE LODGE, NO.
141. A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication today
(Tuesday). May 11. 7 o'clock.
E. A. degree. Visiting breth
ren Welcome Arista Inlinn
W. s. TOWN SEND, Secretary.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO.
111. A. F. AND A. M. spe
cial communication this
(Tuesday) at 5::;o and 7 I'.
M. Work in the E. A. degree.
Dinner at 6:U0. Visiting breth-
C. E. MILLER, iiec.
KUNNTSIDE LODGE. NO.
163. A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Tuesday)
7 P. M., temple, 39th and
Hawthorne. Work In M. M.
degree. Visitors welcome. By
order of V. M
JAMKS S. GAT JR.. Sec
for the big pic
nic at Forest
drove for tbs
Manonlc s n d
Eastern si t a r
Home Fund on Monday, May 31."
MULTNOMAH s CHAPTER.
NO. 104. O. K. S. Stated com.
municatton tonight (Tuesday)
at & o'clock. ViMiors cordially
invited. Kenton Bank bldg.
Take Kenton car. By order of
the worthy matron.
ESTHER M. CAUDY. secretary.
DANCE TONIGHT FOR
the public, given by An
chor Council No. 746. Se
curity .Benefit Association,
W. O. W. hall. 128 llth
st. Come, and we will show
you the time of your life.
NO. 1, I. C. O. V.. will meet
this (Tuesday) evening at 8
o'clock. Oddfellows' Temple, 226
Alder St. Wrork in the oatri-
archal and golden rule degrees. Visiting
patriarchs are always welcome.
WM. LINKLATER, C. P.
CHAS. CHISTIANSEN. Scribe.
COURT MOUNT HOOD. NO. 1,
FORESTSrlS OF AMERICA,
meets every Tuesday night. For
esters' hall, 123 Fourth street.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of Masonic Building association of Port
land, Or., will be held at the office of the
corporation, room 41a icon building, in
said city of Portland, on Monday, May
24 at io o ciock a. .vi.. to taKe action rela.
tive to the sale of all of the real estate
of the corporation. By order of the board
of directors.- jas. isoiSlNSON, Sec y.
EMBLEM Jewelry, Buttons, charms, pi as.
mew designs. Jaeger Broeu, 181-S 6th sc.
FRIEDLANDEH'S for lodge) emblems,
class pins and medals. 810 Washington st.
PETERSOX At the family residence, Bor
ins. Or., May 10, Anna Sophia ePter-
son,' aged 01 years, mother of G. K.
Peterson of Uoring, and E. T. Peterson
of this cit y. Deceased is also survived
by six grandchildren and six great
grandchildren. The funeral services will
be held from the conservatory chapel
of the F. a. Dunning Inc.. 414 East Al
der, tomorrow (.Wednesday), at - P. M.
Friends invited. Interment in Muitno
mab Park cemetery.
KENTON" At the residence of his daugh
ter, .n rs. DuiMian, -uu inurcn si., Sun
day, May !, Andrew Jackson Fonton,
a,ged Sti years, father of Mrs. M. E. Burk
hart, Anna, Z. F. and F. It., all of Port
land, and Rev. W. J. Fenton of Corvallis.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral
services at the MelhodidHt church, South
corner Multnomah st. and Union ave.,
today (Tuesday), at 1 P. M. Interment
in Riverview cemetery. Chambers Co.,
McKXIGHT Tn this city. May 10, James
William McKnight of Vale, Or., aged 87
years, beloved father of E. M. and G. W.
McKnight, Ida and Roma McKnight, -all
Of Yale. Or.; D. B. McKnight of Corvallis,
Or.; Wimella McKnight Armstrong of I
Portland. Tbe remains will be forward-I
ed by WaUtjr C.-Kenworthy to Albany, i
Or., where interment will be made in !
the family burying ground. J
CROOKS At Hillsdale.. Or., May 9, Lillian :
A. CrooKs, agca years, wite or Charles
A. Crooks of UillsdaJe, Or., sister of Mrs
Marguarite Wilson of La Center, Wash.,
and John Abraham of McMinnville, Or.
Funeral services will be held today
(Tuesday) at 1 o'clock P. M., at Finley s
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
Incineration at Portland Crematorium,'
TAYLOR In this city, Sarah .T. Taylor,
aged years, laie oi no n.. ;utn ISorth,
wife of I. I. Taylor. Funeral services
will be held Tuesday. May II, a 2 p. M ,
at the chapel of R. W. Gable & Co., 1U73
E. Glisan st. George Wright corps and
Orpha Kebekah lodge. No. fel. will have
charge of the services. Interment in
KIROIIHEINER The funeral services of
the late Pettr A. Klrchheiner will be
conducted Tuesday, May 11, at 1 :i0 P.
M., in tho funeral parlors of A. D. Ken-w-orthy
& Co., VJd at. S. E., in
Lents. Services under the auspices of
Oregon Lodge, No. 101, A. F. and A. ?..
Friends invited. Interment Mount Scott
ARUXDELL At Hillsdale, Or., May 9,
Grace Grlswold Arundell aged 41 years,
wife of C. It. Arundell and mother of
the late Robert G. Arundell of Dosch
Station. Funeral services will be held
today (Tuesday) at ii:oU o'clock P M ,
at Finley s, Montgomery at 5th. Friends
invited. Interment at Riverview cem
etery. DOSCH At IHllBdale, Or.. May J, 1920.
Fleurot Dosch, aged 6 years, beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Campbell. Friends
invited to attend the funeral services at
the Portland' Crematorium, 14th and
By bee sts., at a P. M. today. Tucsdav.
May 11, 19J0. Remains at Hoiraan's
xunerai panora. Aniru ana calm on sts.
ARUNDELL At Hillsdale, Or., May 9,
rioocri j. Aiunutii. aQeu years, son
. of C. R, Arundell and the late Grace
Arundell of Dosch station. Funeral serv
ices wiil be held today Tuesday) at :i;30
o'clock P. M., at Finley's, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friends invited. Interment
at xwvciview tviucLerj,
DYER At St. Martin's Springs, Wash
May 8. Elizabeth M. Dyer, aged 47 years
funeral servicts will be held at the resi-
GOnilUL lunciMi panors oi Aicb.nted &.
filers. ioaay lueiaay, aiay il, at ii
p. M. Interment at Multnomah Park
PKEB Ltrt At iinisuaie, ur.. Way 9 j
FredericK Jfeeoier, aged yeara hus
band of Minnie Peebler of 304 Ross st
Funeral services will be held Wednesday
May l- at 2:30 o'clock P. M.. at Fin-
ley's, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends ia-
McGtBBON At 6J8 Bidwell ave.. May 9
William McGtbbon. aged 63 years. The
iunerai pariora ui nmter r. Kenworthv
15XJ and lu34 L. 13th st., Sellwood.
Friends in ita. incineration at the
WILSON May 9, Robert Emmett Wilson,
mcu io j c i i uniaiiiB win ue ior
warded today (Tuesday) to Pendleton
Or., by A. D. Kenworthy t Co., wSu-04
Portland Business Bulletin
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and clas
sified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year, or other
information, telephone The Oregonian. Main 7070 or A 6095, House 29.
JLLIUS R. BLACK, public accountant, au
ditor, accounting systems established
maintained; income tax service: reter
ences. Concord bldg.. 2d and Stark.
LE FITTING and making of ladies' gar
ments; reasonable; work guaranteed.
1. Reubln, 40a Hush & Lane olug.
ASSAVERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
AUTO PAINTING. QUALITY, FINISH.
STANDARD AUTO PAINTING CO..
EAST ThlMb AND MAtll&uN fel'S.
RUGS lhe kind that wear the best are
II WWW made trom- your woru-out carpets
by the Northwest ivug Co. dormer ad
dress 15a Union ave.). Rag rugs woven,
all sizes. Carpel cleaning, refuting and
resizing. Alail oruers solicited. loii E.
Mh si. Phones Last JOsu. a 12S0.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
-iag rugs, ail sizes Mail orders prompt-
Send for Booklet.
wxi rugs steam or uiy cleaned. J1.50
- ., FLUF RUG CO.,
o4-u6 Union Ave. N. East Bul6. B 1473.
FLUFF AND RAG RUGS
WOVEN ALL SIZES.
WRITE OR CALL.
POKTLA.SD KLG CO.,
E. 1 1 1 h St. scltwood 3622.
CARPET SWEEPERS REPAIRED.
AUTHORIZED Bissell carpet sweeper re
pair agency; ali pari iurnisiicd. uOo
Alorrifcun su -
-J1J1S- iKWl.H(JDSON COMPANY.
3a Washington. .Bawv. 434, A 125.
3000.000 KNOW McMahon. 1007. Chiroprac-
jinungs pronounce treatment best.
(IIIKOPODI ST A ll(H SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM. Estcile and Florcllo De Veny.
tlie only scientiClc chiropodists una srch
specialists la the city. Parlors 302 tier
lingur bldg., s. w. cor. 2d. anu Aider.
Phone Main 1301.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER, ascptio chiropo
dist, graduate nurse assistant; all mal
lorinanons ot tho loot ocientilically cor-
. rccf.-d. auite 512 Morsan bid. Main BI2.
DR. GARTNER, foot specialist; corns. bun
Ions, loot arches made to order. 311
Swelland bldg.. 5tb and Wash. Main loel.
DR. B. LOUISE Cu, cbiropodi&L 10 A. M.
to .7 P. M. 440 Morgan bldg. Main 4S)a.
' BISHOP CHIMNEY SWEEP.
Furnace smokes through registers,
needs repairing or cleaning. Tabor 3KS3.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 1510-11-12 Royal
bldg. Marshall 5822. Multigrapning,
mimeographing and mall adverusiug.
COLLECTIONS FOR LESS.
GET my rates belore turning
your business elsewhere. 1 will
Jon money, get your money and remit
promptly. 762 E. 32d st. Sellwood 1150.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1786.
No collections, no charges. Estab. 1900.
FOR BRICK WORK, tile and concrete,
phone Jack Wempc. Woodlawn 6230.
ur.nrvcur, t uancing Academy; private
n-"n, uiJi eve.; latest Steps and JaZZ
shown. Classes triday. 12D 4 th. Main
ojio. jars, aummers.
MRS. BAYH, 308 Dekum
lessons day and evening.
HALLKUUM and stage dancing. Miss
uoroiiij' nasmussen. oio toners bldg.
IF YOU have dental work to be done, have
it done without pain by the nerve-block.
DR. A. W. KF.ENE. DR. E. H. PREHN
Majestic Theater Bldg..
35Hi Washington St.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL,
tio E.asi in. iat ana ZIK-6..
Mnmn Dcwnnwn ana
iiiwiwiiw iiuiiuohu Repaired
Bought and Sold.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
24Si4 First st. Main 871
34 N. 1st. Portland, (Jr. Re
winding and electrical repair-
lng a specialty. See us about
new or used motors. Bdwy.
Dltr BON WOOD.
$4.75 a loau. A Iberia, -W out! lawn, Pied
mont, Kenton and Peninsula. Woodlawn
571 and Woodlawn 31)64. North Portland
FERTILIZE your land if you want big
cropbi read about "G. M. Wonder" In our
lyilo catalogue. Routledge Seed & Floral
Co., 145 -d st.. Portland, Or.
1045. A. it
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
ENGINEERS' AND MILL SUPPLIES. HIDES. WOOL AND CASCAKA BARK.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-86-87-8D Front. KAHN BROS.. 15 Front St.
tiKALN MERCHANTS. PHMB1NO SLPPLIES AND PIPE.
" - THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-SO-S7-SU Front.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board ot Irad. Md. l'KODU'C'E COMMISSION MERCHANT
HATS AND CAPS EVERU1NG & FARRELL. 110 Front St.
THANH AUSER HAT CO.. M-So Front St. ROPE AND BIDEK TWINE.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS. Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Noi thrupl
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison. SAfjH. DOORS AND CLASS.
BASMUSSE.N & CO.. Second and TAYLOR. W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison.
WILLETT At Hillsdale. Or.. May v. bilas
K. Willett, agea o years, nusuanu oi
Cora Willett o SBS E. Kelly st. Funeral
Services will be held Wednesday, May 12.
at 10:30 o'clock A M., at the Portland
Crematorium, 14th and Bybee streets.
Friends Invited. J. P. Finley & Son. di
rectors. KEMMER Nick Kemmer of Cooper Moun
tain died Sunday; May a. liKio. aged 08
years. He is survived by his wife, Anna
Kcmmer: sons Joe, JacoD. Element ana
Albert Kemmcr. and daughters Eva and
Kimin Kcmmer. Funeral 10-A- M. .lues-
day at Cooper Mountain ;
I CNERAL CARS.
LIMOUSINES for funeral service. JONES
AUTO LI VERT. MARSHALL 114.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's progressive florist. We special
ize in funeral designs. 141 Vi 6tn, opposite
Meier St Frank's. Main 7215.
Portland hotel. Marshall 753.
bet. Bdwy. & Park. Mar. 257.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.
Florists. 354 Washington. Main 289.
Flowers for all occasions artistically
CLARKE BROS., florists, 587 Morrison st.
Main 770U. Fine flowers and floral de
signs. No branch Btores.
PORTLAND FLORAL SHOP Funeral
sprays U-50 up. Bdwy. 2870. 465 Wash.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 287 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A Hal.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
fi Fourth St., Opn. City Hall. NeoBroa.
hj BLAESING GRANITE CO.
rLr THIWOAT MADISON flTWCET
Complete plants or single machines, of
every description, motors, etc. by ex
perts. Wdln. 1180. East 5945. ,
MEAT BLOCK TRIMMER.
JU?AT BLOCK TRIMMER.
Blocks trimmed by aa adze. Prlco'ac
eording to condition of block. 4103 o2d
st S. E.
WE CARRY a full assortment of choica
- fruit trees, berry plants, ornamental
trees, shrubs, roses, etc
OREGON NURSERY CO.. ORENCO. OR
L. Carroll Day. piano, vocal lessons, prac
tlce piano. 1 nr. day, $5 mo. Bdwy. 'J5.'5.
OPTOMETRISTS AXrjiOPTtCTAN S.
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
EcgvifrVy 1 solicit your patronage on the
basis of capable service. Thou
' sands of satisfied customers. A
trial will convince you. Chanes W. Good
man, optometrist. 2U9 Morrison. M. 2124.
EYES SCIENTIFICALLY TEST,
ed . with modern instruments.
Olasees fitted from S2.30 UD.
A. E. HLRW1TZ, optometrliit. 225 1st st.
UEORGB RUB EN STEIN, the veteran op
tician. Is an expert eye litter and his
charges are very reasonable; satisfaction
guaranteed. 220 Morrison St., near 2d.
ORIENTAL RUGS woven.
repaired, washed,' cleaned
and stored by nature's
own modern plant, liroad
BROS., Inc.. importers of
Native Expert in
Repairing, washing, cleaning and stored.
M. E. UINIHANIAN,
Broadway 2ii0. 4tia Washington gt
ORIENTAL KIGS REPAIRED.
CLEAN EL ANU REPAIRED.
KARAGOZIAN & I'EltGUSON.
TEN IBARa WITH AillEll liROS.
151 N. 2oU. PHONE MAIN 520S.
PATENTS Our practice lias extended
over a period of 4 years. All communi
cations strictly confidential; prutnpt. ef
ficient, conscientious service; handbook
free on request. MUNN CO.. patent
attorneys. 6an Francisco office. Hot-art
bldg.. 5S2 Market st.; Chicago office,
rooiu bio Totter bldg.; Washington of
fice, room 100, 625 K st.; iNew xurk. of
lice, Woulworlh bldg.
R.-C. WRIGHT 22 years' experience U. S.
and foreign patcn'.s. tiOl Lickum bldg.
BR. R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, stomach, buwul, lung, liver,
Kiducy, bladder, rectal, prostatic, female
disorders, skin affections, blood pressure,
enlarged tonsils, moles, birth, marks.
PLUMBIN"! SUPPLIES AT WHOLESAL.U
Prices. Stark-Lavis Co.. lbS 4lh. Al. TWi.
F. W. DALTKS it COMPANY.
1st and oak t. La. M. 7bo, jll-ti3.
antecd. ' Call
alter 6 P. M.
Lishall 33 12
i'AINTlNG. paperhauging. John C. Con
iiak, 133 ItitU at. N. .Broadway 2'Jio.
TAINTING AND TINTING.
PAINTING and tinting, first-clata work
and good material. Phuna Automatic
PIANO TUNING. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. F. Mjers, .Blind School. Marshall uuou.
EVERYTHING needed and used by prac
tical poultry keepers; catalogue tree.
Routledge Seed 4t Floral Co. liJ -d au,
ROOFS REPAIRED. "
ROOFS reshingled and repaired. Berkley,
carpenter and shingler. . Marshall 1T6U.
S KCON D-H AND bTOKES.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
x FKONT ST.
We buy and sell everything In the
hardware and furniture line. Phone
OREGON TRADEMARK BUREAU, 0l
Dekum bldg. U. S., foreign trademarks.
TRANS EER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
The Service With a Reputation.
loth and Kearney. Branch lis t-a Bdwy.
PHONE BDWY. 3303 .
NORTHWESTERN TRANSFER CO,
tM-Gfi Front Street.
STORAGE AND HAILING.
DISTRIBUTION CARS OUR SPECIALTY.
Phones Main 446. 044-68.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Giisan St..
corner lillh. Phone Broadway lllbl or
11 60. We own and operate two large
claas A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates in the city.
C. M. OLEN TRAXSl'ER CO.. 248 Pine.
" PACKING. MOVING, STORAGE.
SEGL'nlTl STORAGE &. TRANSFER.
CO.. 105 PARK ST. Main 5193. A 1001.
FOR any local or long distance hauling
or moving call Sellwood '31bl.
Dunning & McEntee
Saw located in their new residential fu
neral home. Morrison at Uth st.. west side.
Telephone Broadway 4U0, automatic 040-8.
The funeral borne of refinement
and distinctive service.
Note We have no branches nor any con
nections whatever with any other
JEDWARD HOLM AN
, . Funeral Directors.
.Third and Salmon Sts. Mala 607.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington street, between 20th and
21st streets, west side.
Main 2C91. 578-S3.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Main 9. Montgomery at Fifth.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
a home. ltith and Everett sts. Teieuhona
Broadway 2133. Automatic 521-33.
F 3. DUNNING. INC.
414 E. Alder. Phone East 52.
Perfect service, personal direction free
use ot -floral chapel and auto equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Successors to Wilson & Ross. Multnomah
at East 7th. East 54. Irvington district.
P. L. LERCH
E. Eleventh and Clay.
t-"' 781. T 1833
Twelfth and Morrison Sts.
A. D. KEN WORTH T. & CO
6802-0 82d St,, Lents. Tabor'52g7.
A. R. ZELLER CO.
082 Williams av.
East 1088. C 1088.
BREEZE & SNOOK
SKE'WES UNDERTAKING COMPANY 3d
and Clay. M. A Z-ll, Lady assistant.
Daily and Sunday
One time ........ 1-e
Two conteatl re time ........... ,S2e
Three conwecutiT timee ..4w...... . SOe
Seven consecutive times....... 63e
The following clastdficatlons excepted,
the rate of which i 9c per line per day:
Situations Wanted Male. Situations
Want I emale. No ad taken for let
than two lines. Count lx word to the
line. Advertisement (except "Person
.' and "Situations wantrU") will be
taken over tbe telephone if the adver
tiser is a subscriber to either shone.
No prices w 1 11 be q uoted over the
phone, but statement will be rendered
tbe following day. Advertisements are
taken for The Daily Orrgoniam until
7:30 P. M-: for Tbe Sunday Oregoniaa
until 6 P. Ml. Saturday.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room 150
courthouse. Phone Main 378 from
8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
The society has full charge of the city
pound at its home. 535 Columbia bou
levard. Phone any time. Woodlawn
'764. Dogs for sale. Horse ambulance
for sick or disabled horses. Small
animals painlessly electrocuted where
necessary, and stray animals cared
for. All dead animals, cows, horses,
etc.. Dicked up free of charge.
'VT'B'F'.TfcTTVfl" ZS T4T-
Krecf-d In Portland or SHIPPED
ANYWHKRK, in section s rea d y to
put Urcther. Kasy for one man to
erert in a - day. Our cash prices,
factory direct to you. no midd !e
niaii, mean a GRKAT SAVING.
Wend 'or circular. Call at factory,
tfee Hfe-Fize sample.
KKDIMADK, Bt II.D1NO CO.,
:tl5 K. 1 1 tit M.. 2 blkN. X. Hawthorne.
i'hone Kat oll4. Portland. Oregon.
A Distinctive Home--$9000
Beautiful corner residence in ono of
Portland's best home districts, built
year ago. too large for present owner;
old ivory enameled woodwork and
hanlwood floors throughout; large
livinsr room, lovely dining room with
French doors, JDutch. kitchen with
Pullman nook, bedrooms and fine
tile bathroom on firwt floor; 2 large
bedrootn.s, sewing- hall or den and
bathroom on second floor; fine base
ment, furnace and garaec: complete
in every detail. I'ricc $3000. L-et us
l.l I-:lDKM AN COMPANY.
tfi:l Chamber of Couimcrer. Main 41067.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
(We Call and Deliver)
Old Ham and Woolen Clothing.
We Blake Reversible, Hand-Woven
Room-Slxe Kluff Hugs, Woven.
flmm Rags Woven All Size.
Cltt.e C'lesning and Dyeing Iepta.
Mail Orders Send for Booklet.
9x12 Hugs, Steamed Cleaned. (1230
WESTERN KLl'FP RIG CO.
54 I sion Ave N. Phone East 6516
Burnside at Fourteenth
Those two beautiful new bungalows
at Twelfth and Si.kiyou streets are
now completed and ready for" sale.
They contain five lame rooms and
every up-to-date feature to be found
In the modern buuinalow. The loca
tion is sitrhtly and the district of the
best. First-class material has been
used and the workmanship is of tho
very best. Nothing chaap or shoddy
about them. Must be seen to be ap
preciated. Call and let us show them.
230 Chamber of Commerce.
Have received from European resi
dents a power of attorney with In
structions to dispose of a high-class
business property in exclusive dis
trict for $7250. This property is
easily worth about $13,000. Income
per month $94.50. Inquire
SIS Corbett Bide
A fine home, including one of the
most beautiful half blocks in
PHONE OWNER, TABOR 3342
WE CALL FOR VOIR OLD
Rasa and Woolen Clothing
All Work Turned Ont Promptly
Ri( Hsgs Woven All Slses
Mall Ordera. Send for Booklet.
Carpets Cleaned. Laid and
NORTHWEST RIG CO.
ISM East Stb St.
Phone Eaat 3SSO.
We loan oiw own money on real estaca,
first and second mortgages, contracts,
livestock, notes, etc
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.
SIO Cham, of Com. Bldff. Main 302.
Edward E.Goudey Co.
United States Bank: Building
Practically New Mod
ern Brick Apart
ments. Well - Located Corner
Producing Good Return
Twelfth Floor, Yeon
and RITK 29th and Nioolai Sts.
VIKING MARINE PAINT
Phone Main 6200 between 11 and
1 or Tabor 9453 evenings.
Portable Summer Homes
moderately priced. Krom one
to live rooms. Shipped any
where in sections. W rite or
pnoiie lor catalogue.
Elwood Wiles & Son
M2 Title anil Trn.t BldfC.
Dalit Today the Sllllmade Way!
FOUR FLATS FOR SALE IN KING'S
Completely m o rl e r n, all in
first-clrtsa condition; each
flat with own separate fur
nace and fireplace. On cor
ner lot, close in, walking dis
tance. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT AT
A. W. COCHRAN
InTeallarate Ovr Plant and Rates.
Why Assume Expensive Leases Under
Present High Costa'
CLAY S. MORSE, INC.
Orsyace and Slsrsge,
!3tb and L. It. an. Phone Bdwy.
Lownt Interest rateaf Installment re
payments If desired. Build In ar luama
made. No delay In closing.
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
217-219 Northwestern Bank. Build In
For iSale Beacu Property.
FOR KALE or rent, furnished cottage
and full lot. Gearhart Park, four bed
rooms, kitchen and large living room,
two stoves, hot water tank, four double
beds, three single beds, child's crib,
tables, chairs, large supply dishes and
cooking utensils. Hell at bargain. 16o0.
terms If desired or rent for summer,
$15. H. W. Stone, T. M. C -A Main
FOR RENT or Bale, furninhed cottage and
full lot, irearhart Park. 4 bedrooms,
kitchen and large living room, 2 stoves,
hot water tank. 4 double beds. 3 single
beds, child's crib, tables, chairs, large
supply dishes and cooking utensils. Sell
at bargain, $10o0. terms if desired or
rent for summer, $125. H. W. ione,
Y. M. C. A. Main STOP.
FOR BALE Or will rent or lease, twe
choice lots 50x140 feet, at Tillamook
beach on board walk, county road and
railroad; near dance pavilion and hotel.
Address H 180. Oregonian.
S'OR SALE Wathoma cottage st Seaside,
Or.: unusually attractive House and lot;
ideally located. For terms and price,
call East -441'-. or write Mrs. N. A. Perry.
til E. 14th St. JJ.. Portland. Or.
cMALL cottage for sale, Gearhart. Oregon.
" for particulars write box 200. Portland,
TWO houses on CiOxlOo lot, ocean view;
250. Main 5404.
TWO beautiful highly Improved lots on
Holgate street, near 41st St.; 20 fine fruit
trees and all kinds of berries in full
bearing and in the best of condition; no
building' restrictions; Just the place to
build a bungalow and beat the high rent;
JOHN E. HOWARD.
318 Chamber of Commerce.
IRVINGTON LUia iiwiiou,, M. w. cor
ner of lstn ana iremont; price 2bi0,
ter m a Phone Tabor 5601.
VIEW. 50th and Taylor: assess
paid: S'JOO each. Automatic
FOR SALE 2 lots 50x100 each. Jonesmore.
E. Everett St.. between "Ota and 71st.
230 each Phone CoL 882.
For Sale Lou.
A ERT nice Laurelhui-Kt 1 ..r frti u!. .
t sacrifice. H 233. Oregonian.
PORTLAND lots. Wiliametto boulevard.
to trade. TV. C. Keuter. St. Maries. Ida.
'or Sale Flat and Apartment Property.
Walking distance from business cen
ter. family flat bldg.. a real snap.
The building alone would cost a great
deal more than we are asklns tor the
RITTER.' LOWE & CO..
201-3-5-7 Board ot Trade Bldg.
COMMERCIAL AND MORRIS STS.
Rented for JSO per month.
There are two stores and. two apart
RITTER. LOWE & CO..
. 01-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bids.
--FAMILY FLAT RIGHT CLOSE IN.
ON 11TH ST.. .NEAR MAIN.
S3000 cash down. bal. 5 years.
Total price $12,300.
One flat has 5 rooms, den and sleep
ing porch. The other has 5 sooms.
RITTER, LOWE & CO..
201-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bld?!
100x100 corner Thurman sno 21st.
There is a store Mdir. with flat abnvo
and 5 cottages. This is an old-established
RITTER, LOWE CO..
201-3-3-7 Board of Trade B'.df.
lor Sale House..
$5300 Owner forced to leave city im
mediately, offers his splendid
Irvlnmon residence, completely
furnished, at two-thirds actual
value. This is a splrdld home,
exceptionally well located and
needs only a little paint to rut
it In extra fine condition. Tou
enter reception hall with wind
ing stairway; off of this is a nice
living room and at the side of.
the living room is a very splen
did dining room; back of this is
a very fine den. The kitchen Is
large and has a splendid pass
pantry. There are three hie bed
rooms, sewine room, sleeping
porch and bath on second floor.
The third floor has a larce at
tic. With the furnituro is In
cluded a T.udwig piauo in cood
condition, a coal and gas ranse
in fine condition and een the
Pictures on the wslls. The fur
niture is all in -very cood con
dition and is complete for hom:e.
keeping excepting the linen. This
is the biggest bargain we have
seen for 6 months, and you will
have to hurry to get It. Tri-
complete, furniture and all. j300.
$600 Down. Balanco Monthly.
$2600 This dandv four-room banpa'o
is a RKAL bargain. A 11 rooms
are large and well arranged.
Good bath. built-in features.
Kine closet room and good atti:.
Improvements such as paving,
sewers and sidewalks in and paid
for. Close In and good looalion.
A danriv home for a small family.
Lot r0i.93. fcine lawn. tcar
McC Rl I.I .IS C:LI'V KtiAXh CO.,
322 to o-'j Henry Bldg.
li. C. GOLDEN BERG.
Ahlnton Bldg. Main 41H.
$1300 rm.. bath, bas't. gas. 40x100.
nesr 62d and Powell: $30O carih.
$23."0 Eleg. bung., fircpl.. brltfbt. room,
en. plumbing, cement bas't.. 4. bias.
S. W. car: 1M cash.
$2950 Alberta, bung. type. 5 rm.. mort
em. 60x100; paved sts.; blk. car: $100
$3250 7-rm. typirsl bungalow, full ce
ment bas't. en. plumbing, large rooms,
blk. school and car; paved eta.: nr.
21st and Prescott.
$3500 Wueen Anne bung-, furnace, mod
ern, 30x100: garage, paved sts.: nr.
28th and Ankeny.
$3f75 7-rm. bung.: pink of condition:
fireplace, slpg. porch, full baa t: buill-
1ns; bouse worth J.i"u
sts.: close in; nr. 32d i
only 67o cash. This is
a mtg. fore-
closure. . A .
$3-473 375 cash; 6 rm.. 50x100: paved;
garage: 3 blks. Irv. car.
1K75 Adj. Laurelhurst; 6-rm. eleg,
home: turn., flrepl.. oak firs., den.
slpg. pr.. bullt-lns.: 50x100; paved:
terms: house cost oooo. Main 4oUJ.
f GOLDEN UERG.
"33 YRS. IN PORTLAND;
BilAUTlFL'L RIVER VIEW HUM6.
7 HUOMS AND SLEEPING PoltCll.
STRICTLY MODERN lO,.0O.
Overlooking tho beautiful Willamette
river and located right on the paved
river road, on the WEST SIDE, we have
that beautiful, strictly modern suburban
home you havo been searching ,,ro,r
There's over i of an acre, beautifully
landscaped and highly improved. Strictly
modern 7-room bungalow with sleeping
porcb ; every modern convenience is em
bodied in this up-to-date home, includ
ing all the buill-ins, hardwood lloors.
Gasco furnace. Instantaneous water
heater, fireplace, etc.; largo living room
13x30; wide porches on two sides. 3-.lve
Bpring will furnlth water under pressure
for fish pond or fountain. Located close
to station and in Multnomah county.
Shown only by appointment.
O. G. McCOltMIC CO.,
242 Washington SL Main S220.
ROPE CITY PARK DISTRICT S3500
Strictly modern 5-rooin bungalow, fur
nished complete, with exceptionally good
lurniture, reception hall, with cioak
room, large living room with fireplace
and bookcases, dining room, built-in buf
fet, hardwood floors, large dutch kitchen,
2 larso bedrooms, bath, while enameled
plumbing, large floored attic, lull ce
ment basement, furnace and laundr
tras, street improvements in and paid.
This is tbe best bungalow buy in the city
Wo can arrange easy terms. Mar. 3H93.
$;;U0 Fruit? Well I should aay! A cor
ner with largo lot. An b-room
home in fino condition. Just the
place for a largo family to beat
the high cost of living. Imme
diate possession; easy terms. Call
and see our photos of the best
buvs in the different sections, and
salesmen with autos at jour serv
ice. .1 A. W1CKMAN CO..
"fl R v Exch. Bldg. Main lo'.M and 5S.
LOWER PORTLAND HEIGHTS.
Attractive and unusually well-built 2 W
story 10-room house, located on dodb.e
lot with view of city and mountains:
very large main rooms in old ivory; 4
fin bedrooms, with 2 baths on 2d floor;
fino oak floors; maids' rooms and bath
on 3d fir; fino biiliard room In base
ment; 7 splendid fireplaces; beautiful
grounds with room for double garage,
p rt ce cut to $22,300. Terms. Tabor 40".
Modern 8-room bungalow, entire firs
floor oak, very attractive living and
dining rooms: built less than one year;
in the very heart of LaurelhursL $SiuO.
C. M. DliRR,
COR A. McKENNA & CO..
82 4th st. Main 4522.
6 rooms and den, fireplace, bnfftit,
Dutch kitchen, cement basement. . floor,
furnace, garage; 40xlOO lot. Price
HO' i0. $1000 csn. balance terms.
C E. ADAMS. 607 Cham, of Com. Rids.
Marshall 2373. Evening Wdln. 3433.
A dandy 5-rooin bungaJovr, fireplace,
dutch kitchen, full cement basciuenl.
laundry trays; a few steps off the pave
ment. Easy terms. Sellwood l'Jb'J. Aek
for Mrs. Carr. "
$2300 HOUSE AND ACREAGE $2o0.
I14 acres in Tualatin View . park,
small house, fruit trees, chicken ' house.
Bargain. $2300. Cash $300. balance easy
terms. II. J. Driessel. 120.1 Wilcox
bids- Main 6416. Res. East OSgQ.
OWNER must sell nice 5-room bung-alow
on 36th avenue and 50th at. Price $2000,
on very easy terms. See I.undgren with
JOHN E. HOWARD.
318 Chamber of Commerce.
BARGAIN NEAR S. P. SHOPS.
6- roora house, modern, on corner, t
block to Sellwood carline and near S. V.
shops. $4500; $750 cash and bal. favor
able terms. Tabor 5.
' $1950 ROSE CITY PARK TERMS.-
Cosy, clean, modern 4-room bungalow,
finished In ivory; bath, toilet, electricity.
gas full basement, shade trees. Vacant.
Move In. Why pay rent? Tabor 635U.
SEVEN-ROOM house. modern, sleeping
porch, bath, electricity: lull basement,
garage: 67x109: alley: good fruit trees
and vines. $3100. By owner, A 283.
" Sear sandy blvd.
7- roo: 1 bungalow-type, modern hotme.
Rose Citv Park, west of the hill, near
Sandy blvd.; $5O00; easy terms. Tabor 31'.
TrOOM bungalow with large attic. Haw.
thorne district, fine neighborhood. $2500,
This is a bargain. See owner. Ha E.
v A I . I - bouse and acre U mile from
Council CreEt car for. sale by owner.
Phone East 3421.
BY OWNER. 6 -room double constructed
good condition, close In, Hawthorne dis
trict .405odj5outh. labor41SL
SMALL plastered bungalow, fruit and ber
ries, $1100, if sold at once; vacant now.
Inquire at 51 N. 6th St.