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THE MORNING OREGOXI AX, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1920
RS. HELEN LADD CORBETT
aa given the use of her gar
den for Saturday afternoon.
June 5, Tv-n Misa Jean Wold will
present an artistic entertainment of
Greek interpretations of musical
compositions portrayed by her pupils.
The festival will be for the benefit
of the physical education department
of the Young Women's Christian as
sociation. The hour set is 3:30
o'clock. A number of prominent
matrons will eerve as patronesses for
This week's artistic event will be
the Art Museum Spanish fiesta Fri
day evening, with the art students
appearing in dances and picturesque
and colorful tableaux.
Mrs. Bruce Kester of Vale. Or., will
be the honored guest at a luncheon
at which Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst will
preside Thursday at 12:15 o'clock in
the Y. W. C. A. tea room. Mrs. Kester
has been taking the state bar exam
inations. In addition to being a leader
in club and parent-teacher work in
her locality, she is charming socially,
is active in educational circles and
is an ideal wife and mother. Mr. and
Mrs. Kester will be the ' guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst at the
Fordham apartments until Saturday,
when they will go to Seaside for a
Chi Omega sorority entertained
aeycral guests over the week-end at
its chapter house in Corvallis. Those
invited were Agnes Basler, Vera May
Kelly. Kuth iiensenich, Katherine
Hogshire. Dorothy Scotten, Alice
WOMEN'S Cl.UB CALENDAR.
Tortland Business Women's
club, social hall, Y. W. C. A,
8 P. M.
Portland Shakespeare Study
club. Mrs. Montrose Ringler, 39
laurelhurst avenue. 2 P. M.
Women's society of the White
Temple, Mrs. P. B. Hilton, 387
East Fifty-second street, 2 P. M.
Multnomah chapter, D. A. R..
Mrs. F. K. Beach, 2 P. M.
Maytime party. First Congre
gational church, 2 to 4:30 P. M.
Bain of Portland, Alice McCurdy of
Hood River, Amelia Babcock and
Kulalla Lindsay of Salem, Madge
Bailey of Astoria, Elizabeth Edwards
of Vancouver and Mildred Lauder
dale, Hallie Smith and Margaret
fctuder of Eugene, Mrs. Dale Perry
and small son George of St. Helens,
and Viola Watkins of Sumner, Wash.
Raymond W. Frohman. who has
been writing clever interviews with
motion picture stars in California, is
at .Good Samaritan hospital, where
he is recovering from a serious op
eration and is now able to see hie
The dance to be given tomorrow
night at Chrlstensen's hall will b.
the onlv big event of the year for
which the Monday Musical club's
dancing department will stand spon
sor and so every effort is being made
to assure succee. In addition to the
patrons and patronesses already an
nounced the following also are work
ing for the affair: Mr. and Mrs. W. 13.
Rose, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Moore.
Ir. and Mrs. M. M. Wade, Mrs. D. F.
8 hope, Mrs. Phillip Gevurtz, Mrs. W.
J. H. Clark, Mrs. C. Meyers, Mrs. AV.
A. Warner. Mrs. Joseph I.. Stafford,
Mrs. Robert F. Clark, Mrs. B. H.
Hickox and Mrs. Charles Fenton
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.' Dexter left
Monday evening for an extended trip
through the east. Mr. Dexter is con
nected with the freight department
of the O.-W. It. & N. railway. They
expect to remain the greater part of
Mr. and Mrs. Buy Marsh Barley will
be at home soon at their new
residence in Irvington. They are at
present on their wedding trip. The
marriage of Miss Elizabeth Richard
son and Mr. Barley was an attractive
ceremony of last week.
Members of the University club and
Talc alumni are planning to attend
the dinner to be given at the club
house Thursday evening. The func
tion is in compliment to William
Howard Taft. Many prominent men
of Portland have made reservations
for the dinner and later will attend
the lecture at the auditorium.
The Portland Heights clubhouse
will be the scene today of an attrac
tive social event, the bridge tea
planned by the Mills College club as
a benent lor tno university m ure
gon woman's building fund. Society
has reserved tables for bridge and
many additional friends interested in
the club and the cause will drop in
for tea. Presiding at the table will
lie Mrs. C. A. Dolph. Mrs. Frederick
KiU-hey, Mrs. F. M. Warren and Mrs.
R. L. Benson.
Mrs. O. II. Fithian was hostess yes
terday at a smart tea for her daugh
ters, Mrs William Bertram Watson
iTauline Fithiin) and Mrs. Robert
frraham Fithian tVerna Barker).
More than 100 friends called during
Mrs. J. C. Olds will entertain today
for Mrs. Watson and tomorrow Mrs.
H. J. Tucker will be hostess at tea
for Mrs. Watson.
Friday Mrs. Vitbian, Mrs. Watson
and the latter's children will go to
Oearhart for an outing.
Three large card parties, all of
which are benefit affairs for causes
that are worthy, will be held today
The Mills college events will attract
the public to Portland Heights: the
Corinthian chapter party will be held-
in Laurelhurst clubhouse and the tt.
Ann's society anniversary will be
celebrated in the Portland hotel.
St. Ann's will observe its SSth an
niversary with an attractive affair,
for which Mrs. P. J. Flynn will be in
the receiving party with the commit
tee of arrangements, Mrs. Dan McGill
Mrs. J. Roe. Mrs. J. O'Connor. Mrs.
.Neil Sullivan, Mr3. Donald Ross, Mrs.
o. F. Toomy ana Mrs. E. R. Clary
Prizes will be given by Mrs. J. P.
O'Brien. Mrs. Frank Kiernan. Mrs.
J D. Leonard, Mrs. C. M. McCafferty
nd Mrs. Flynn.
Mrs. Julius Louisson left last night
for The Dalles for a few days' visit
with the Misses Lang.
The Corinthian Social club card
party will be held this afternoon at
2 o'clock in Laurelhurst clubhouse.
The Rose City Park club will give
the last afternoon card party of the
season Friday. Bridge and "500" will
be played. The hostess for the after
noon will be Mrs. Harry W. Lyons,
assisted by Mesdames Harry J. Brown,
A. Laidlaw. R. Hanson. George Carl
son. "W. L. Cornell. J. B. Ofner and J.
Among: the club women who are
Interested in the central committee's
candidal for school director are Mrs.
K. S. Myers. Mrs. Charles Hart. Mrj.
A. M. Webster, Mrs. W. L. Block. Mrs.
W. H. Thomas. Mrs. A. F. Flegel and
others. Mrs. Flegel spoke on the sub
ject yesterday before the Corriente
A birthday tea for the members of
the Women's society of the White
Temple will be given at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Hilton. 387 East Fifty
second street, north, this afternoon
from 2 to 5 o'clock. Assisting the
hostess will be Mrs. Peter Marsden,
Mrs. James Failing and Mrs. W. Pear
son. Mrs. W. M. Everett and Mrs.
M. S. Smith will have charge of the
sale of useful articles. A splendid
musical programme will be rendered.
Woodlawn ParentTeacher associa
tion will entertain with a community
cancing party in the assembly of the
school on Friday evening, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. A. J. Poulson. chairman of ar
rangements, will be assisted by Mrs.
Thaxter Reed, Mrs. George Frisbie
and Mrs. Harry Coleman.
The ladies' auxiliary to the Oregon
Greeters have elected Mrs. Victor
Brandt of the Carlton hota. as a dele
gate to the national convention to be
held at Colorado Springs in June. She
will endeavor to organize a national
Mrs. Jessie Honeyman has invited
the members of the Portland Business
Women's club to be her. guests this
evening in Social hall, Young Wom
en's Christian association. Bruce
Horsfall will talk and show his pic
tures. There will be music and a so
Last Friday eveinig a regular busi
ness meeting was held at the Central
library at which at which the com
mittee on revision of the constitution
and by-laws made a report on sug
gested changes. A lively discussion
followed and the report was referred
Mll to me committee. This report
will be voted upon at the annual
meeting, June 13.
Multnomay chapter. Daughters of
tne American Revolution, will hold
their regular meeting this afternoon
at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Beach
on i-ortland heights. A large attend
ance of members is desired as annual
election of officers will be held. A
musical programme will also be
Mrs. Montrose Ringler is to enter
tain the members of the Portland
bnakespeare btudy club at her home
js iaureinurst avenue, from 3 to 5
ociock. mis will be the final meet
ing or tne year. The club and its
friends are promised a delightful pro
gramme and refreshments.
ine Portland Woman's club will
noia tne last meeting of the year on
i'naay arternoon. May 28, in the ball
room or the Multnomah hotel. A spe
cial programme and the annual busi
ness meeting will occupy the after
Mrs. John Thiesen. secretary of the
ia iirande Neighborhood club, has an
pointed Mrs. A. R. Hunter, Mrs. How
ard O'Brien and Mrs. J. T. Richardson
members of the transportation com
mittee. These women will meet the
delegates in La Grande and offer such
assistance as is necessary in making
tne transier from one train to the
other en route to Enterprise. Another
group of women, of which Mrs. O. C.
Turner is chairman, will handle the
transportation committee work in En
terprise. The last meeting of the Portland
women's club for the season will be
held in Central library room "E" on
Friday, 2 p. m. Members are urged
Sunrise Lodge Nu. IC'o, ladies auxi
liary to the brotl.erhood of railroad
trainmen, will hold a silver tea at
the home of Mrs. X. C. Bray, sisper of
Mrs. Clara Soule, at 1016 Oantenbein
avenue, on Thursday, from 2 to 5
p. m. Members and their friend3 are
After a business meeting: at the
club rooms, the members of the
American educational association
were guests of Mrs. Zola Somerville.
at a delightful dinner party at the
Xortonia hotel on Saturday evening.
May 22. This is the second of a series
of "Oct Tog-ether" meetings. Mem
bers present were: Mrs. Zola Somer
ville, Miss I.ula Coleman, Miss Xina
T'earson, Mrs. J. Chitry, Miss Lucy
Turel, Miss Agnes Koster, Mrs. Fran
ces Morin, Miss Klizabeth Tohl and
Miss Madaline Kifer.
SCHOOL EDITORS CHOSEN
Evelyn ration to Kdit Pacific Uni
PACIFIC tTN'lVKRSITY, Forest
Grove, Or., May '-'o. (Special.) The
annual election of the staff of the
Index, the college paper, resulted in
the choice of Miss Kvelyn Pat ton of
Forest Grove for editor-in-chief for
1920-21. Miss Patton was assistant
editor this year and served as an
associate editor in her sophomore
year. She also is a member of the
staff that is putting out the junior
annual, "The Heart of Oak."
Francis Taylor, a junior next year.
was elected assistant editor. Charles
Hancock, a member of the same class,
was selected as business manager.
with Glen Sheelcy of vernonia as as
Read The Oregoman classified ads.
TOO LTE TO CLASSIFY.
two. Tabor U4o.
All dances taught In 8
Ladies $3. gentlemen $5.
at L)e Honey's beautiful
academy. 23d and
ners' classes start Mon
day and Thursday eve.,
advanced classes Tues
day eve.. 8 to 11 30.
Plenty of desirable partners and prac
tice. No embarrassment. Learn from
professional dancers in a revl school.
All latest steps laught. Open all
summer. Phone Main 7636. Private
lessons all hours. Call at once.
Matinee Daily at 2. Eveulnga at
MIKE and IKE
"FADS AIJ rotllKS."
The BiB Jazi Cabaret' Show
1RIDAY. CHOKIS tilBLS" CONTEST
Come to the Mountain Top to
1 ft-Piece Orchestral and Monte Aaatla
In the BIk Pavilion mt
Council Crest Park
Hon a CC Car.
3 Night Sun. 15c to l.?5 Mon.-Toei
15e to Sl.oo.
4 Mats Snn.-Man.-TneK.-Wed. 13c to 75c.
HOMEB B. MASON I HENKI SCOTT
and I Famous
MAR(,I KRITB I Amrriran
KEELEB I Bai-Kan tone
BtMlinafT: The RoselUu:
Stewart Jt Mercer: Kinocrama:
Topics of tbe bay
KOTE! ! This hhow Close With the
Matinee Wednesday. May 26.
BARGAIN MATINEE HEUNESUAf
Tonight. All Week. Matinee Saturday,
A dramatization of Mary J. Holmes
i- Popular .Novel,
Mat. Oail.T. 2:30.
Vaudeville's Merriest M upioa! Satire,
"II1S TAKING WAV."
With Billy Kelly. Boyd Warren and their
own company of dancing beauties
6 OTHER Blti ACTS.
3 Performances daily. Night curtain at
7 and 9.
YALDbl H I. I.. I'ROTOI'LAVS,
THE 0VI., a miniature musical satire
witli a net of Beautiful Songbirds, and
MAE Ml R RAY in the fascinating picture
play, "The A R C of 1-ove.'
TONIGHT'S THK XIGHT
SEATS NOW SELLING
COMBINED THEATER MAN
Positively the .rentet tiulaxy I
of audevill Artiatw t-vrr
Shown at a Performance for j
the Muoe. 1
SEATS NOW SELLING
I HK;1N TOMOUHOVV K E. I
M TICKETS NOW SELLING "
I 1 1 ,A I I If H'dwny at Taylor
nElLilVj l-hone Main 1
3 MUHTLlns TOMORROW
SPECIAL PRICE MAT. SAT.
A NATIONAL M-:CESS1TV
ix his bk;;kst am best
1 fin K XTI0RT A I KHS UMI
IIOKIS UK 40 L.MJKIt 2I.
KVH'S S'H.SO. St, 75-.
SAT. MAT. SS.SO, 2, !..(. l. 7."
3 I ; ii !' s
THUR., JUNE 3
MPWHI, PRICK .MAT. S T.
CITY ,VV:'S NOW
EVET(i!i, to IH. i SA1I RDAY
l ATI KK. $U..n TO Trio
Meaur. I.ff A J. J. Sbnbert Prrsent
thk ni;;KST sii'sicai.
Sri'.lTAl'LK ON- KtHTH
The . Y. Winter l.ardrn'a
1.1 rnloHNal Sprnm. 1 2O0 ( OKtamra
200 Sinffrm. DuncrrN nnd Comedian
ALL-STAR CAST, H K OKI) BY
THK HOW t K IIS
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12. Winter Larrten KennticN Po-
Itively the Mont torKeouR, GUttrr
ItiKt ljESintic and 4mtly Attrac
tion Kver Sent un Tour .othin
Like It In the World.
CHAT NO. 101920
On Saturday THE OAKS will
introduce to Portland pleasure
seekers the Adelphia Musical
Comedy Co., a troupe of well
known eastern entertainers who
will occupy the spacious park
auditorium through the summer
With a number of important
and wonderfully popular star en
tertainers in its cast, the Adelphia
company comes to THE OAKS
recommended as the finest little
army of fun and melody makers
ever brought into the northwest.
These merry maids and men
will entertain our patrons every
afternoon and evening at the park
auditorium. We have extended
our fullest effort to bring the
vvery best entertainment available
to the park and we ask for the
Adelphia players a warm wel
come. Come to THE OAKS today and
come back again Saturday or any
other day during the- season.
JOHN F. CORDRAY,
Carfare 6c From First and Alder
house for fta
Game Starts 2:30 P. M.
Game Starts 2:30 P. M.
Vaughn Street Park
"The League of Nations
Thursday Evening, May 27
75 $1,00 $1.50
War Tax Extra.
Scat Sale Opens Meier & Frank's
Monday. May 24
Klevcnl h and
ourth at '
"Her Five-Foot Highness"
Also a Larry Semon comedy and the
Open from o'clock in the morning until
4 o'clock of the following morning.
AIXTION S A I.EM.
At Wilson's Auction Houia
Furniture. 16U-1 71 Second st.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
21)1. LOYAL ORDER OF
MOOSB will cive . their
monthly entertainment at
Moose temple. 4th and Tay
lor sts. There will be
music by the Moose band.
spicy programme and danc
ing. All .Moose, their fam
ilies and, friends are Invited;
L. x. KNOWLTON,
MANDERY, NO. 15. K. T.
A special conclave will be
neia j, uesaav afternoon.
P. M.. Washington Miixonir
hall. Order of the Red Cross. Malta and
Temple will be conferred. All so iourninc
Sir Knixhts cordially invited to be pres
G. P. KlEsMAN, Rec,
LENTS LODGE, NO. 156,
A. F. AND A. M. .Special
communication today (Wednes
day. May -'4. at 1-j M.. for the
purpose of conducting "the
luneral of our late brother.
Albert J. Lawrence. Service Ht J. P. Kin
ley's at 1 P. M. Interment Mt. Scott Park
cemetery. By order W. M.
C. 3. UUSBUKY, Sec.
MT. TABOR LODGE, NO.
42. A. K. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication this (Wed
nesday) afternoon. 4 P. M.
Stated communication. 7:30 P.
M-. Pythian temple. Yam
Degree work. Visitlna- brethren
L. V. JENKINS. W. M.
No. a, R. AND S. M. Stated
assembly this (Wednesday!
evening 7:30. East Sth and
Burnside. Degrees. Visitors
J. H. RICHMOND, Recorder.
PORTLAND LODGE NO
SB. A. P. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Wed.),
eve.. 4:30, Masonic temple.
Work In the M. M. degree.
Vi8ltinsr brethren -welcome v
order of W. M. H. J. HOUGHTON. Sec.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO.
160. A. F. AND A. M.. K. 4-d
and Sandy Blvd. Special
tumiimiuwiuon inis ( Wednes
day) evening. 7 o'clock. Work
in M. M. decree Orrt.T- IV vi
RUSSELL H. STEPHENS. Sec.
GET READY for the big
picnic given by the Masters'
and Wardens' and Past Mast
ers' association at Forest
Grove for tne Masonic and
Eastern Star home fund on
Mondtty, May 31. All mem
bers of the fraternity and friends Invited.
SUNNSIDE SOCIAL CLUB,
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
will give a card party tonight
l v eanesaay), .May L'b. at 31a
sonic temple. East 39th and
this Wednesday) eve
ning at 8 o'clock. East
Sixth and Alder streets.
Old bovs at it rand lodze.
"when tne cats aay tne mice w,n play."
A. A. K.NOBLE. X. i.
S. A. STARR, Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE NO.
'J. I. i-. kj. j.. meets every
Wednesday evening at S
ociock in Oddfellows temple.
rt'uci t. ciecuon OI OS'
JESSE T. JOXEA, Sec.
W. KROLL, X. O.
1 FRKE DANCE BY LIBERTY AS
SEMBLY. UNITED ARTISANS, east side
V. O w. nail, weunesday. May 6.
EMBLEM jewelr. buttons. cHarma, pins
be av.ii.sns. Jtsr tsrom., m 1.-3 eta st.
ATTENTION G. A. R,
Notice Is hereby given to
the comrades who have ben
appointed to visit the high
schools that after printing the
list of names word was re
ceived that ALL high schools
would hold their exercises
Friday. May 28. at 10:15
o'clock A. M., instead of 2
o'ciock P. M.
IV A N HOE HOMESTEAD, NO.
BROTHERHOOD OK AMERICAN YEO
MEN, will jrive their last card, party and
dance - for the season next Wednesday
evening. May 26, In the Women of Wood
craft hall, 10th and Taylor. Special music
has been ordered for the evening. Public is
invited. Come and have a good time. Cards
begin at 8:4u. Sophia Hobson. Lady
FRlEDLANDER'6 for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals 310 Washington mu
BJOKKU'ND May 21, lirJO. August U
ander Bjorklund. aged :!T vearn. late of
t7tt Thurman tt.. beloved brother of
Lars Alfred Bjorklund and Kmest Gus
tof Bjorklund. Deceased w as a mem
ber of Court Seandia. No. 7. F. of A.,
and also f the I O. O. V. Remains at
Pearson a undertaking parlors, fCussll
st. at Union ave. Notice of services
O'CALLAGHAN In this city. May bo, El
mer A. O'Caltaghan, aged 31 years, hus
band of M. Malinde O'Call&ffhan of 5tH
Syracuse Htrect, St. Johns. Or., father
of John, Elmer. Patrick, and CSllcs O'Cal
laglian. The remain are at Kinley'B.
Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of funeral
hereafter. The deceased was a member
of B. S. & O- Iron Workers. Local No. IT'J.
GALLOWAY In this city, at her late
residence. 5 Bast Twenty-fourth atreet
North. May Hester Ann Galloway,
aged 80 years, mother of W. S. H. Gal
loway or Ml.ssoula. Mont.. A. B. Cialloway
of Seattle, Wash., Jda K. Galloway and
Mrs. W L Grinncll of this city, and
the late Robert W. Galloway. Notice of
funeral hereafter by J. P. Finley & Son.
ANDKRSON At Wenatchee. Wash.. May
ITU. M rti. Eat her C- Anderson, age Uti
yearn, wife of H. E. Anderson. Announce
ment of funeral later by the KrU'son
i tiaertaKtng t:o.
JANUARY In, this city. May 23. .lames
January, ase f0 years. Remain; are at
F. F. Dunning. Inc.. 414 E. Alder. Fu
neral notice later.
Dunning & McEntee
Now locatad in their new residential fu
neral home, Morrison at ll'th St.. west aide.
Fhon Broadway 4'.Ut. Automatic .-15-oS.
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anil litincHve Servir
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nections whatever- with any other
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Mnut-iay. n a .'-Jul. Lady assistant.
Portland Hotel Mar.753
- stores - ' Bet.BrdwjiPark Mat257
Charge Accounts Solicited.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's progressive floriat. We special
ise in funeral designs. 141 l-z 6th, opposite
.viei;r a rranas. .wain tl.
JAPAN" FLORIST 16K-170 4th
St., Fire house Market. All kind
of flowers. Bed dint? and vesret
able plants. Japanese shrubbery,
nursery hiock. tuos. baskets, gar.
u-M gcTOa. npeciai eaie.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.
Florists, 3.4 Washington. Main 26U.
Flowers for all occasions artistically
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2S7 Morrlaon at
Main 77l. Fine flowers and floral de
aiyna. No branch stores.
PORTLAND FLORAL SHOP Funeral
sprays 1..'0 up. Bdwy. !iS70, 4Q. Wnsh.
ToXSETH FLORAL CO.. 2S7 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and Sth. Main 51 Q2. A 1101.
HANSEN At the family residence. BOOfl
Klfty-nlnth avenue S, E., May 1&l'o,
Mrs. Esther A Iberta Hansen, aged 62
years, beloved mother of Matthew. Chor
and Albert Hannen, Mrs. Alberta Svver
son. Mrs. Margaret Baker. Mrs. Anna
Andorwon and Mrs. Marie Anderson.
Funeral services will be conducted to
day (Wednesday) at '2 P. M. at Our
Savior's Norwegian Lutheran church,
corner East Tenth and Grant streets.
Friends invited. Interment family plot.
Rose City cemetery. Remains at Pear
son's undertaking parlors, Russell street
at Union avenue.
BOYCE At the residence, 179 Caruthcrs
St.. -May -t. uaiiiei r. Boyce. aged 1
year and 1 1 months, beloved In fant son
of Mr. and M rn. Robert Boyce. brother
of Kenneth.' Dorothy. Richard and Max
Hoyce. Funeral cortege will leave the
above residence today i W ednesday ), ,
May 26. at 1'2:4Z P. M., thence to the I
South Portland Settlement church, 1st
and Caruthers sts.. where services vi!I ;
be held'at 1 P. M. Interment at Mt.
Scott Park cemetery. Arrangements in
care of Miller A Tracey.
MOSHER In this city. May 23. Carson N.
Mother, aged "" years, beloved husband
of Emma E. Mosher. father of Mrs. Olive
B. Rippberger of Detroit, Mich, ; brother
of Mrs. Eva Horton of Grand Rapids,
"Wis., and Milton Mosher of Bonner
Ferry. Idaho. Funeral services will be
held today (Wednesday). May 29. at 2
P. M.. at the chapel of Miller & Tracey.
Interment 'at the - Tualatin cemetery.'
Grand Rapids papers please copy.
Bl'FFVM At the residence. 2S4 North
Twenty-fifth street. May 25. 1!20. Fred
G. Buffum. aged 68 years, beloved hus
band of Susan S. Buffum. Friends in
vited to attend the funeral -services at
Holman's funeral parlors. Third and
Salmon streets, at 2 P. M. tomorrow
(Thursday). May 27. 1920. Interment
BANT A At Milwaukie. Or.. May 24. Pear!
Hants, aged 34 years, wife of J. R.
Banta and mother of Eva. Roy, Flossie
and Bessie Banta of Milwaukie, Or.
The remains will be forwarded today
(Wednesday) by J. P. Finley Sc Son to
Endicott. Wash., where services will be
held and Interment made.
MATHERLY In this city. May 23, 1920.
Charles T. Matherly, aged 28 years.
Friends invited to attend the funeral
services at Holman's funeral narlors.
Third and Salmon streets, at 2:0 p. m.
today ( Wednesday . May 26, lb20. In
terment Rose City cemetery .
ANDERSON At Wenatchee. May .
Esther C. Anderson, aged years, wife
of H. E. Anderson. Funeral services will
be held today (May 2 at 10 A. M.,
from Dunning's chapel. Morrison at 12th
at. Funeral arrangements care of Eric
son Undertaking Co.
WHITE The funeral services of the fate
A red H. White, who died In this city
Mav 2:;. 102O. will be held today
(Wednesday, at 2 P. M.. from the chapel
of the Skewes Undertaking Co.. cor. ad
and Clay. Friends Invited to attend.
Interment family let, Rivervltw cemetery.
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.
AltOlN ta i
JULIUS R. BLACK, public accountant, au
ditor, accounting systems established,
maintained; income tax service; reicr
erences. Concord bldg., 2d and Stark.
tALUEa" tailoring. Perfect fitting: work
guaranteed. I. Reubln, 4QS Bush-Lane bid.
ASSAY LKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 14-' Second
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
all day and
Hotel Turkish baths, men;
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
nag rugs ail sit-- Mail orders prompt.
Send for Booklet.
9x12 rugs" steam or drv cleaned, $1.50.
FLUFF RUG CO..
.!-." Union ave. N. East t,". 16. B 1473.
C A R PET 1 LEA N IN G.
FLUFF AND RAG RUGS.
WOVEN ALL P1ZES.
WRITE OR CALL.
PORTLAND RUG CO..
17J K. l?th st. Srllwood
C EI.LUI.OII BUTTONS.
THK IRW1N-HODSON COMPANY.
:7 Washington. Bdwy. 43. A
CEMENT work of all klndr. garage and
ex.-avating; reasonable. Phone Tabor
CHIROPKAf TO R.
O.O00 KNOW M'-Mahon. 10O Chiroprac
tor. Thronga pronounce treatment best.
IIIRQPQIIST ARCH SPF.C1AI-IST.
WILLIAM. Katell and Florllo le Veny,
the only scientific chiropod ist and arch
specialists in the citv. Parlor 002 tler
Iin?er bid jr.. S. W. t or. Jd and Alder.
Phone Main i::01.
DR. GARTNER, foot specialist; crna. bun
ions, foot arches made to order. :1 1
Swet land bMa;.. r.th and Wash. Main 1Si.
B- LOCISE COX. chiropodist. 10 A.M.
7 P. M. 440 Morgan bldg. Main 409
BISHOP CHIMNEY SWEEP.
Furnace smoke -through rcgHtr.
needs repairlnc or cleaning. Tabor RfiS.
CRAXE LETTER CO., 1010-H-li! Roya!
bidg. Marshall 3Sl2. Multigraphiug,
mf meographlng and mall advertising.
NETH & Ca, Worcester bldg. Main 179.
No collections, no charge. Etab. I f00.
FOR - BRICK WORK.
tile and concrete,
phone Jack Wempe.
MRS. BAYH. 20S "Dekum bldg. Private
lesons day and evening. Main 1343.
BA LLROOM and stage dancing. Mis
Dorothy Rap mussen. filO EHers bldg.
IF YOU have dental work to be done, have
tt done without pain by the nerve-blocking
DR. A. W- K BENE, DR. E. IT. PREHN.
ITa jostle Theater Bldg.
33 Washington St.
IOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
th. East 1S47
413 Eat ,
Boueht and So'.d.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
T-hnng 527-27. 24S'i Kirsl St. Main 871.
'k.3 34 N. 1st. Portland. Or. Re
iki(rv!2fi tmiiiig and eiectricai repalr
l KCgtJjff a specialty. See us about
uti.y a nut;.
FiRTIIiZE your land if ou want big
crops; read about M. Wonder" in our
IW2V catalogue. Routledgc tsecd &, Floral
Co., 14o 2d st.; Portland, Or.
Old-grow rh cord wood and country 4
foot slabwood. Ea.t 2H91.
HEMSTITCHING AM) PLEATING.
T. & D. HEMSTITCHING Shop; superior
work; prompt service. R. 618. Oregon
Kllrrs bidg., 2S7 Washington st.
HEMSTITCHING, S cents per yard,
plaiting at Itth and Washington.
KXtilXKKKS- AN1 .Mll.l, 1SLPPLIKS
TUB M. I..- KI.INB CO.. l-Sti-S7-8 l ront.
PACIFIC OIIA1N CO.. Board of Trade bids
H Tt ANI CAI'S.
i HAXHAUSKIi HAT CO.. Front at.
PAINTS, OII.S AND til-ASsI
W.P. FU1.LEH4CO.T Front and Morrison.
1 1 ASMT " SSKN At CO.. Pcnnd nnd Taylor.
I LAWRENCE Funeral services of the late
Albert J. Lawrence will be held today
(Wednesday, at 1 o'clock P. M. at Fin
ley's, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends in
vited. Interment at Mt. Scott Park cem
etery. MOODY- Funeral services of the late
Joshua H. Moody will be held Wednes
day morning. May 20, 10 A. M.. at Port
land crematorium under direction of
Wilson &. Wilson, Piedmont undertakers.
KHAN In this city. May 2::. Nathe Khan,
aged .""ii vears. Funeral services wlli be
held tomorrow Thursday . May 27. at
1! P. M.. at the chapel of Miller &
ALTO LIVERY. MARSHALL
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
36W Fourth St.. Opi. City Hall. Neu Bros.
LAESING GRANITE CO.
LOVELY MODERN FURNISHED
Commanding splendid view from 3
sides. Exterior and interior in best
of condition. Well arranged grounds.
Or Will Sell Unfurnished. Terms.
620-21 Henry Building
lswrat flatff-reat rntmi inataftmeaf rr
ooacoti ir deiired. Honaisg tssii
sde. IVo selsjr la eloalac.
A. H. B1RRELL CO.
X 1 7-219 .torYBwealera Bank HiUiiia
In Sums to Suit No Better Securities.
FEAR & GRAY
10'! fourth Street.
LAWN MOWt.KS SHARPEN El.
LA WN mowers called for, sharpened and
repaired, express service; carpenter job
blng. Tabor l427.
L. Carroll Day, piano, vocal lenns. prac
tice piano. nr. day, $3 mo. Bdwy. 235-Y
WE CARRY a. full asfortment of choice
fruit trees, berry plants, ornamental
tree, shrubs, roses, etc.
OREGON NURSERY CO.. ORENCO. OR.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on the
basis of capable service. Thou
sands of mitiMid customers. A
trial will convince you. Charles W. Good
man, optometrist, -M Morrison. M. -1-4.
KVES SCIENTIFICALLY TEST
cd with modern instruments.
Glares fitted from up.
A. B. HI RWITZ, optometrist, -J5 1st St.
G tOKiiii RU REN STEIN, the veteran op
tician, if an expert eye titter and his
charges are very reasonable; satisiactlon
guaranteed. :!'-6 Morrison t., near lid.
ORIKNTA I. RL't;S RKPAIREI).
ORI ENTAL RL'GS
CI.BANKI) AND REPAIRED.
KAKAUO.1AN & FERGUSON.
TEN iEARS WITH ATIVKH BKOS.
lul N.':Jl). PHONE MAIN
FIRST-CLASS inlde and outside painting,
kali-omit! ing and floor finishing. Prices
reasonable. Hunt c Crowley. Phone
KAUSOMlXINii and painting very rea
sonable. East 1 IS.
AIN'TINi AND DECORATING.
PAINTING and decorating Rose City nee
orating Co.. East 44"Jt. Papcrhanging,
tintinp. painting (inside, outside ) ; all
our work guaranteed the bet; prices
reasonable. East 440.
PATENTS Our practice has extended
over a period of 4 years. All communi
cations strictly confidential; prompt, ef
ficient, conscientious service: handbook
free on request. MINN & CO.. patent
attorneys. San Francisco office, Hobart
bldg., TVJ Market tit.; Chicago office,
room SIO Tower bldg. ; Washington of
fice, room 103. 62." F st.; New York, of
fice. VVoolworth bldg.
H. C. WRIGHT -2 years experience U. S.
and iorcign patents. 001 Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway b.dg ,
rheumatism, stomach,' bowel, iung, liver,
kidney, bladder, rectal, prostatic, female
disorders, skin affections, blood pressure,
enlarged tonsils, moles, birth marks.
PL! M RING St PPI.IES.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES AT WHOLESALE
prices Stark-Lavis Co.. 183 4th. M. IV".
DDIUTIMP w- BALTES & COMPANY,
rnilllillU lt and Oak sts. M 73, 3I1-CJ.
PAINTING, paperhangins. John C. Con
llsk. 133 ISth St. N. Broadway 2fl4S.
PIANO TUNING. SatK-facUon guaranteed
.1. K. Myers, Blind School. Marshall
POl LTRY fcCPPI.IKS.
E V ERVTH I Sir needed and used by prac
tical Douitrv keepers; catalogue free.
Routledfee becd &. Floral Co.. 145 2d st.
r ECO NO- H A N O STO R ES.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
221 FRONT ST.
We huv and Fell everything In the
hardware and furniture line. Phone
O R E ( ; O N TRADEMARK BUREAU. 60 1
IVnum bldg. U. S.. foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
Thn Service With a Reputation.
1th and Kearnev. Branch 'e Bd
PHONE BDWY. 3309
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 47 Uli.-an et
corner 13th. Phone Broadway 1281 or
Jlh. We own and operate two large
clafs "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates in tne city.
PACKING. MOVING STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSER
CO., 10.- PARK ST. Main A. 101
AUTOMATIC wooda w ; even length guar
anteed. Phone East 3940.
. HIDES, WOOL AM CASCAKA BAKU
KAHN BROTHERS. 193 Front t.
l'LHIBINU SUPPLIES ANU PIPE.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. S4-S8-ST-88 Front.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVBRD1XO & FARRELL. 140 Front at.
SASH. DOORS AND CLASS.
W P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup,
CHEAPER THAN AUCTION
FORCED TO VACATE '
Royal Hotel, iO&v. Fourth Strp,,
I. REAT SALE OF USED FUR V ITt'mr
Wednesday. -May 20. Rubs and carpeta. 3
.-v, ..nora, .1 10 each: com
forters i to J-50: blankets. 1 up; sheets
ii 1 ljci towels. 10c; Kprines,
T . "h'wjh. snaaes, r,0c: cur.
tainp. '2.tc pair: dniw t
modes. 1.50; iron beds. 1 to 1 stands"
50c to f; tables, electric Blobes. tettees,
wuunw. covers, wardrobea
. -.y. . raugt-,, toilet aets. linO'
leuni. dishes, wares, in fact, everythinir ii
r. unll," a 37-room hote. All must
-,.aiB iur ruoming-nouse owne
Dealers are invited in att.nH ti.;. ... -
Take this stuff awav at nra,ti.-.nv ,
BUILDING TO BE REMODELED FO
i c w ii;ArT.
IBS M Fourth street, near Washington.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
(W Call and Deliver)
Old Hub and Woolen Clothlaaj.
Kooxn-SIxe Flnff Rip, Winn,
R.IC Raara ' All Slsra.
Clotbea CHraaiac and DyelK Uepta.
Mail Urdrra Scad (or Booklet.
xll Rnica. Steamed Cleaaed. Ul
WESTERS! FLUFF RUG CO.
S4 Uaioa Ave M. i'aoae East 651
W K CALL FOR VOL" It OLD
Ruca a ad Woolea Clotklax
All Work Tnraea Oat Prvmpttr
R( W.rea All siaea
Mall Ordera. Send (or Booklet.
Carpeta Cleaned. Laid and
NOIl I H tJS I' Hti; to.
lsti Eut tk St.
fkuae kiaat S&tMk
Modern 8 rooms and garage, 538 K.
20th St. N.. between Brazee and
Knott; newly painted, in splendid
condition. owner. transierred to
California, must sell at sacrifice price
of $7600; half cash. See by appoint
MOKI UAOU LOANS
tiiittl Mates Bark, ttailia
Columbia Basin Irri
All surveys have been made and
recommended by the Kovernment en
gineers. Same project as committee
in Portland now working on.
6000 acres' level, volcanic ash soil,
elevation 662 feet. Bunch crass and
aerhru5h land. Excellent winter
pasture lor stock or sheep.
1400 acres on the slortes of the Co
lumbia river with a river frontase of
Good roads throuch It- anri nnlv
short distance to station on Milwau
kee R. R.
This land is also included in an
other IRRIGATION SURVEY.
A fine body of land for winter pas
ture for stock or sheep and with a
big investment future.
Price $7.50 Per Acre
Will Aerept Trade Tp to SO I'er Cent
of Value. Ralanee Very
Machines & Pratt
413 Board of Trade Rolltllnir. Port
Erected In Portla-nd or SHIPPED
ANT WH KRIS, in sections readr to
put trether. Kitffy for on man to
erect in a day. Our cash prices.
rcior direct to you. no middle
man, men a GREAT SAVING
Send or circular. Call at factory
See life-size sample.
RED I MADE 111 IMINO 10..
SIS K. 1 1th bt.. 3 blks. S. Hawthorne.
fit our MiMttt oll. I'ortlunff . Oreg-WB.
Attention, Garage and Senice
Buick Stolen Reward $30
&17 model L-4."j. 5-Da.Hen zer. fendera and
hood Mack, boc'y and wheels fr"cen. paint
on wheels slight ly chipprd, motometcr in
hood cap. bumper in front; all Urea Fire-
itone corns, non-skid, spare tire channel
read, Corbin lock, gasoline tank in rear,
lentcd center from ! limon Tnn. cloth
;md old. oval celluloid u imlnw rear. Dasn
had VYaltham clock, speedometer, about
l.VOOO mllea. Oil inrilra!ir. A mmtr V.n-
gine 3 Sol 44. frame 267403, license lumbers
K S. JACKSON.
07 Railn-ay Kxrhanf Bldir.
ForSale BeiM.-b. Property.
CHOICE BEACH LOT.
Faint inff and Paperhangins
and fumiyh material,
lot located in Tillamook Beach (SaU
a.rt. near station and ocean. AH 4.7,
HOOM house, overlooking ocean at Clear
hart, bit; iivins room, fireplace, modern
bath room and big veranda; wel 1-lighted
: fumed onk and wicker furniture;
ground anywhere from UOxlOO to loOxtOO,
open for inspection Decoration day. '"Van
Nice" cottage. Phone Kast 517, owner.
LONG BEACH. WASH.
Good i-room cottage, almost one aera
ground, good garden soil, ciose to ocean
and railroad station; orth $LO0U. For
aule or trade or rent for tha aeason.
Johnson, '48 Stark st.
FOR SALS Or wtll rent or leas, two
cholc lots 60x140 feet, at Tillamos
beach, on board walk, county road and
railroad; near dance pavilion and notai.
AOdrea U 180. Oregon ian.
for bale flat and Apartment IT petty.
nAT bldg.. 2 flats of 5 rooms each, strict
ly moorrn, on Tillamook st.. near I nton
ave.; one Hat completely furnished; rent
one and live in the other, which pays
7' on inv estment: price SloO. Tabor
IXCOMH PROPERTY West side, walking
distance, six flats, 17000. Phono Main
50 101, corner 37 1 h and Tillamook ;
assessments paid; $!00 cash. Owner. C
L). McConahy. 917 Am. Bank bldg.. Seat
HAVE JS00 can equUy in $6O0 Portland
Height? euxioo city view lot which l
wili sell or trade for auto. This in one
of the most dciratnc lots on the heights.
Owner, Tabor 4Jit.
$'.rtO Nea r In t erst ate and Emerson, EiOjc
IO0. improvements in. paid: term. Mrs.
A. E. Halliday. 003 Prospect Place, Los
FOR SALE 1 lot 50x100, Railroad Add.,
Sl!d and O.-W. R. & N. crossing, Monta
viila. Inquire -04 Columbia st., cor. of
FOR SALE 5 lots, good corner; sidewalk,
sewer and water; SI 100. terms. Phono
owner. Sellwood 9t4. '
For feaic Houses.
NEW 1RV1NGTQX HOMES.
Just completed and have now for sale
two 8 -room colonial homes and one li-nn.
bungalow, absolutejy modern and up to
th minute. If you are in the market
for a home do lot fn.il to ee these. Tur
ner & Winship, Guilders. Tabor 634 or
OWNERS COMPELLED TO SEPARATE.
,'i-rooin modern with fireplare, furnact;,
hardwood floors throughout. garage,
Hose City Park, hard surface St., close
to car; a real buy for $1700. Easy
301 -oOJ Railway Kchange. Main 70" 1.
MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH EVERY
C O N V E N I E N CE ; KRUIT, FLOWERS
AND SHRUBBERY; GARAGE; 75O0;
TERMS. SOU E. YAMHILL ST. E. Mio.
j,H50 R. C. PARK ; almost new, partly
furnished : btith. gas. electricity, iaree
corner lot; part cash, balance 6 per cent;
move right in ; eome distance out, but
fine chance for honest man with J00 to
get nice little home; good neighborhood,
near school. Owner. Tabor I'OTS.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS $8000.
1 v. -story 7 -room Swiss Chalet with
garage, located on 2 Vfe lots at No. 731!
Talbot road, having unobstructed view of
city and mountains; 2 baths, billiard
room, 4 bedrooms. Well built and only
needs painting. Terms. ' Tabor 407.
6 ROOMS," VACANT. "
14 block to oar line; cement base
ment. Owner out of city; house in good
condition. Price $18H; S3"0 cash, or
will consider Ford car as first payment,
oa lance fO per month. See Mr, Fisher,
IMS Stark st. Main 5420.
$1950 COZY bungalow, streets graded,
walks in. block from paved street. 2
bedrooms, gas, bath, electricity, garden
all in. berries. Immediate possession.
$3oO cash. Owner, r6 East b7st South.
Mount Tabor car. Phone 212-04.
FOR SALE by owner, the most beautiful
home in Laurelhurst: 7 rooms, fully fur
nisned: hardwood floors, garage, corner
lot lutfxl40 ft., at a barg-tin; S14.UO0.
cash or terms. Call GOJ iiuah &. Lane
BEAUTIFUL Rose City bungalow, 5 rooms,
hardwood floors, buffet, bookcases, fur
nace, fireplace, east front 50x100 foot
ISSON-DODSON CO .
633 N. W. Bank bldg.
Main 37 87.
Brand new 6-room bungalow, strictly
modern, furnace, hardwood floors, built
ins. etc; all street improvements in and
paid; S3o( cash will handle it; move
right in. Phone owner. East 4000.
HKPT BUY IN' LAURELHURST.
Modern. S rooms, sun porch, full base
ment, all built-ins, hardwood, fine lawn,
best location. $7O0rt.
BADLEY. East 8407.
f20 per mo., fi-room hou.-, rr car line.
Lot 50x100. Main 61:7. Evening, Mais
3-ROOM cottage, close In : ej
Sl.jOu. cash. I aooi; J 4.
A LAM EDA PARK Beautiful 7-rooin
house, double garage. East 4021.
j MODKIIN". up-to-date Irvington home. JC
tftu ' oventngs. Bargain.
K:m Iff ifif