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TOE MORNING OHEGOXIAN, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920
MAY BE LIVELY ONE
Hot Congressional Fight
REPUBLICANS ARE ACTIVE
Senator Ioindex(cr Held Commit
ted to Support of Senator Jones
SEATTLE. Wash., July 29. (Spe
cial.) A republican congressional
fight may enliven the last month of
the primary campaign in the state of
Washington this year, but surface in
dications are that the present mem
bers of the delegation have the edga
on the different contests.
There Is no secret of the fact that
Senator Miles Polndexter, chairman
of the senate republican campaign
committee, is committed to the sup
port of Senator Wesley L.. Jones for
re-election, and if he can aid the
Jones candidacy by doing so Polndex
ter purposes to spend some time in
Thus far neither Senator Jones nor
his friends have felt that they needed
the support of national leaders. .Sen
ator Jones is completing his 22d year
in congress, 12 of which have been
spent in the upper house, and during
his career the senior senator has come
into personal contact with thousands
of voters scattered throughout the
Significant Knot JVutcd.
A significant fact in the Jones cam
paign, declare republican 'politicians,
is the circumstance that at the confer
ence of radical groups in Yakima last
week no one except Forest L.. Hud
son, a railroad man, was found who
was willing to make the race against
Jones, and Hudson offered to get out
of the way if anybody else could be
found to enter the fight.
However, there is a strong under
current of opposition to Jones among
politicians, just as there has been for
several years. Had there been a care
ful grooming of some kind for a long
period of time the Jones contest
might have been made far more In
teresting in the primaries.1 In po
litical circles It is regarded as cer
tain that the name of George F. Cot
terill will be filed as the democratic
' candidate against Jones.
The announcement that Tom
Corkery of Spokane would contest
Representative J. Stanley Webster's
renomination in the fifth district is
not surprising and It would not have
been unexpected even if the non
partisan league groups at Yakima
had failed to indorse him. Corkery
was a Bull Moose candidate for rep
resentative in the same district, then
later had the republican nomination
against C. C. Dill, the democratic in
cumbent in 1916. In 1918 republican
leaders In the district induced Judge
Webster to resign from the supreme
. court bench and make a fight against
Dill. Corkery thought at that time
that he should have been given an
other chance to defeat the democratic
Incumbent and he had nursed a
grudge against the republicans who
brought out Webster.
Webster Has Opposition.
There is a bitter fight on against
Webster in some Spokane and Hill
yard labor circles, but in the other
counties of the fifth district Webster
is conceded to be very strong.
Representative John W. Summers nf
Walla Walla has faced a fight for
re-election from the rourth district
for a year or more. Captain E. K.
Brown of Ellenshurg. former prose
cuting attorney of Kittitas county and
later a member of the legislature, has
been an avowed candidate against
Summers and has been campaigning
in the district for several months.
Politicians do not believe any seri
ous fight will be waged against
ether Representative Albert. Johnson
of Hoquiam in the third district or
Representative L. H. Hadley in the
Representative John F. Miller is be
ing opposed by Major K. S. Gill in
the first district, which comprises
Seattle and Kitsap counties. Miller
got a good start in the Kitsap county
fight, where an alliance of active re
publican workers organized for him a
few weeks ago and would appear to
have all the better of it in that cor
ner of the district. .
GIRL ROBBER, 17, JAILED
THEFT OF MAXV AUTOMOBILES
ADMITTED, SAY POLICE.
18-Year-Old Laborer Also Taken,
Cliaufrcur Arrested on Tip
Furnished by Pair.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 29. (Spe
clal.) With a li -year-old girl as one
of their number, a youthful band, al
le;red to be made up of automobile
thieves, was discovered when Patrol-
man W. K. Goodwin, of the West Se
attle police station arrested the girl
and a young man companion on Beach
drive in V est Seattle.
The pair had come to the place in
a stolen auiomoone, tne police say,
to get a cache of automobile tires,
which had been taken from a stolen
car and hidden In the brush.
Patrolman Goodwin took the girl
ana ner companion to the West Se
attie station, wnere they were ques
tioned. Captain C. U. Bannlck said
the girl confessed that the band had
stolen several automobiles and that
she had been trying to, get them to
The girl arrested is Genevieve
Hayes, and her companion gave the
name ot Aivm a. j,ipsky, ig years
ot ae, laborer.
On information given by Lipsky and
the girl the police later arrested Al
bert J. Blackmore, 28 years of age,
TOURIST TRICK DETECTED
"NO GAS" S1GX REPORTED AS
DIVERTING STATE TRAVEL,
Oregon Said lo Be Minus Gasoline
and Machines) Urged to Take
Sou Hi Route.
Tourists making the transcontinen
tal trip to the Pacific coast are being
diverted from Oregon because of the
Kasoline shortage, according to a let
ter received by George Quayle, secre
tary of the state chamber of com
merce, from W. E. Meacham. secretary
of the Baker county chamber. Mr.
Meacham says that reports have been
received there that a sign has been
put up in the tourist camp ground
at Salt Lake City warning tourists to
keep away from Oregon, as there is no
gas to be had in the state. Automo
bile tourists who came into Hood
River reported they found similar
signs along their road in Idaho ad
vising them to take the southern
Secretary Quayle will seek to as
certain whether there is an effort
made to divort travel from Oregon,
and, if so, to endeavor to have such
discrimination discontinued. Accord
ing to reports, the gasoline shortage
is general on the coast and is not con
fined to Oregon. While it is true
that gasoline is being rationed, sup
ply has been available at most points
for emergency requirements of tour
ists and for commercial and industrial
needs, according to information that
has been received.
TRAVELER DRINKS POISON
MAX TAKEN FROM TRAIN DIES
IX WALLA WALLA. DEPOT.
Xote Written, on Magazine Admits
Wrongdoing; Large Sum of Jlon
cy Found in Clothing.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., July 29.
(Special.) A stranger, supposed to be
Bert Simont of Colliston, Utah, ap
parently took poison on the Oregon
Washington Railway & Navigation
train from Yakima this afternoon and
died in the baggage room at the
depot here before a physician could
be summoned. The only clew to his
identity was a brief note scrawled
on the cover of a in agazlne, reading:
"The wrongs you are following me
for I am guilty of except one. Please
forgive mc. No one can be happy in
wrong-doing. Signed Bert Simont
The only other writing found
among his effects was in a time-book
and consisted of the story of "The
Spoilers" as set forth by the film
made from that novel. In .this writ
ing the spelling was perfect, but the
note was poorly spelled.
He had a large sum of money and a
small gold watch, evidently belonging
to a woman. The watch had a mono
gram '"L. C. on the back. The man
was dressed as a laborer He wa
about 35. The small bottle of poison
found in his possession was bought
DRIVER OUTWITS ROBBERS
You n s Men Attempt Holdup of
Taxi Xear Hoquiam.
HOQUIAM. Wash., July 29. (Spe
cial.) Early this morning: two un
identified young men who had en
gaged his taxicab held up James An
astos on the road between Hoquiam
and Aberdeen. One of three shots
fired by the would-be robbers went
through Anastos' coat at the shoulder,
grazing the flesh. The bandits or
dered the driver to stop his car mid
way between the harbor cities.
Two other automobiles were seen
approaching and for the moment di
verting the attention of the men, An
astos, taking advantage of this op
portunity, struck one gunman in the
head and sped away.
SEATTLE ELKS TO MEET
1000 Will Attend Convention ot
State at Vancouver August 18.
SEATTLlJ. Wash., July 29. (Spe
cial.) Seattle's participation in the
annual convention or the Washington
state association. Benevolent and Pro
tective Ojfder of Elks, will amount to
an attendance of approximately 1000
Elks from Seattle lodge. No. 92, in
cluding a drill team, or honor guard.
and a band numbering 94 men.
This was reported when Gilbert
Costello of the local lodge returned
today from Vancouver, Wash., where
the convention will be held August
18. 19 and 20. Mr. Costello as chair
man of arrangements for No. 92, had
made reservations for his . fellow
FREIGHT INCREASE SOUGHT
Canudlan Tariff Boost May Meet
MONTREAL, July 29. An addi
ional increase in freight rates will
be sought by the Canadian Railway
association on behalf of all the roads
the dominion, In order to meet
the cost of raising- wages to the same
level as those of railway men in the
Application for the freight rate
increase will be filed with the do
minion railway commission, which
already has a request from the asso-
ation for permission to increase
rates 30 per cent.
MAN'S ESCAPE NARROW
Ivlne-man'te Left Arm Burned to
Crisp When Cauffht in Current.
HOQUIAM, Wash.. July 29. (Spe
cial.) George Martin, lineman tor the
Grays Harbor Railway & Light Co.,
narrowly escaped electrocution yes
terday afternoon when, he was caught
in an electric current of 2300 volts
while repairing: wires on a pole at
Seventh and K streets. His escape
from instant death is considered mi
raculous. HiS left arm was burned
to a crisp and the right hand nearly
The quick work of August Niemi,
another lineman who had on rubber
gloves, saved Martin.
Cut-Over Timber Burned.
BOISE. Idaho. July 29. (Special.)
Practically 4000 acres of cut-over
timber land was destroyed . in the
forest fire which has been rasing on
Daggett creek since Sunday afternoon,
according to one of the men who has
been fighting the fire and who re
turned to Boise today. He reports
that the fire had been practically en
trenched at noon Wednesday. Unless
an unusually higrh wind springs up
there is little danger of the blaze
spreading. The fire is believed to have
been started by a sheepherder's camp
north of Daggett creek near the Ole
Nelson ranch. ,
Store Has Xew Manager.
KELSO. Wash.. July 29. (Special.)
Walter Huggins of Seattle arrived
here this week to fill the position of
manager of the Kelso- Co-cperativc
store while F. O. Rex, the manager
since the store was established, is
making an extended stay In Cai:fo-
EvaiHiellne Monument Unveiled.
GRAND PRE. Nf. S.. July 29. A
monument to the gentle "Evangeline"
ot Longfellow's poem, was unveiled
at Grand Pre today by Lady Burn
ham, wife of the president of the
Imperial Presa conference.
Legion to Build In September.
VANCOUVER. Wash., July 29.
(Special.) The executive committee
of Smith-Reynolds post, American
Legion, of this city, announced today
that construction of the- Legion's new
home will begin September 1. The
building will cost $70,000 and will be
financed by the sale of 20-year bonds.
The Legion has already launched a
drive and will start a vigorous cam
paign to sell the remaining bonds as
soon as possible.
Bride Accuses Vancouver Man.
VANCOUVER. Wash., July 29.
(Special.)-- O. J. Meckes, local busi
ness man, was arrested today on a
statutory charge. The plaintiff is a
bride of a few weeks. Mr. Meckes
said today that he is innocent of any
wrongdoing. He was released upon
temporary bail of $1000, and will be
arraigned Friday before Cedric Mil
ler, justice of the peace.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
MATINEE DAILY, 2:30
The World's Most A mar ing Production
America's Famous Aquatic Marvel and Hr
Eight Educated Sea Lions.
SIX OTHER my ACTS
Three performances dally. Night curtain
at 1 and 3.
Today Tonight "Worth Wjtfn
Koir," funniest of quartets: o
Pitta in "Heart of 20", Daisy and Wil
son, aeriallsts; Bobby Van Horn,
comedy songster; Hite, Reflow and
Loehr. dances; Cato S. Keltn. and Cob-
panr in "Prettty Soft."
A KNOCK OUT
NOTHING BUT Kl'X
ijnif T Broadway at Taylor
rllilJLylVj Phone Main 1
7 iXli. BEGINNING NEXT SUN,
PEACHY FuST BEAUTIES
OWN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
POPULAR PRICES AU::
LYRIC Musical Comedy
it. Daily at . Evenings at t and 9.
Crin with M1KJS and IKK In
A falae-tooth comedy with song.
Friday Nlarht Chora irm tuniwi.
AIfo the comedy, "Nearly Nearly weds,"
and the Fathe review. Open from 1) o clock
In the morn m ft until 4 o clock or the 101
Nothing But the Truth
CAMPBELL'S FAMOUS BAND
IN GRAND MILITARY FANTASIA.
"REMINISCKNCKH Of TUB
BOYS IN BLIB."
Admission to Park Free to 8 P. M.
rs.iiv Excett Sundays and Holiday.
Cars First and Alder. Fare' 6 Cents.
. every afternoon and evening.
. every eveninsr except Sunday
Maarnlflcent View, Pur Mountain Air.
Free Picnic Lrounds, Amusements U
Dancing; Every Evening Except
Portland vs. San Francisco
July 27. 28, 29, SO, 313 P. M.
Double-header Sunday 1:30 P. M.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Experienced timekeeper with
i knowledge of bookkeeping on road con
structlon work in Idaho: state experi
ence, references and wages. - AB 07,
AT RESIDENCE. 854 Fremont St.. near
Union ave., furnlshine-s or private home.
Sale at 2 P. M. J. T. WILSON. Auc
At Wilson's Auction House. 10 A. M.
Furniture. 169-171 becond st.
DEWEY Julv 29, Ephraim Dewey, aited
00 years, beloved father of Mrs. Maggie
T . ! m . of Gresham. Or.; James Dewey.
Clendale. Or.: Mrs. Ida Klum. of Weiser,
Idaho: E. D. Dewey and Mrs. Annie
Penny, both of this city, brother of
Phillip Dewey of New Richmond. In
H I Ana. Remains at Pearson's undertak
InK parlors. Russell street at Union Ave.
BCHULZB In this city. July 28. Vera A
Schulze. aired 30 years, wife of C. W
Schulze. mother of Dorothy Alice Schulze
of Metzaer. or. The remains were for
warded by J. P. Finley A Son to Dayton
Wash., where services .will be held and
HADLEY In this city. July 28. Clark P
Hadley, aged 81 years. Remains are
the funeral parlors of A. D. Kenworthy
& Co.. S8O2-04 tlJcl street 8. E.. in Lents.
FINNIC AN At the residence. 320 Fallin
st.. July 23, Isabel! Finnlgan. Funera
notice later. Remains at residence iar
HARMONY LODGE. No. 12.
A. F. and A. M. Special com
munication this (Friday) eve.
nln at 7 o'clock. At 8 o'clock
BlmrD the Orotto M. M. decree
- team iieaded by Prophet Elmer
K. Cook, as W. M., will confer the master
Mason degree iiK the grand lodKe room In
Pythian bldg. This meeting will be pre
ceded by a. concert by the Orotto band
under the direction of Prophet Frank
Lucas. Captain W. J. Holman will be on
hand with the Grotto guards and the Grotto
miMrtpt will render anitrouriate music dur-
ing the. work. Following the degree work
Colonel Robert A. Miller will give a short
talk on Masonry in general and the orotto
in particular. Come and make this a
memorable evening. W. M. IeLIN.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
55. A. P. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Friday)
afternoon and evening, com
mencing 5 o'clock. Masonic
Temple. Work in At. -i. ae-
Visiting brethren welcome'. By or
W. M. H. J. HOUGHTON. Sec.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE.
NO. 102. A. F. AND A. M.
Special communication this
l Friday) evening. July 30, at
7 o'clock. M. M. degree. Visit
ing brethren welcome.
G. W. COOK, Sec.
SELliWOOD LOtHJK. NO.
131. A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial meeting this (Friday!
evening at 7:-10 o'clock. Work
K. C. degree. Visitors Wb. ryme.
Bv order W. M.
J. H. BUTLER. Secretary.
HASSALO LODGE NO.
15. I. O. O. K. Regular
meeting tonight. 8 o'clock.
Open meeting for Oddfel
lows and their families and
friends. Short programme
followed by dancing and
cards. Light refreshments. We will be
honored by having with us H. Doree
E-tchlson, Grand Master for state of Mary
land. R. R. S1B1.ET. N. Q.
W. D. SCOTT. Rec Secy.
TER. NO. TT. W. O. W..
will hold regular meeting
at their hall. Fast Mth and
Alder sts., tonight (Friday)
Ju v olr. Also big water
melon feed for members ot
W. O. W. only. Visiting
J. O. WILSON, Clerk.
WKBFOOT CAMP NO. 65.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
meets every Friday night at
W. O. W. temple. 128 Eleventh
. street. All members request-
sd to be present. Visiting
H. L. BARBUR. Cleric.
128 Eleventh St.
PROSPECT CAMP. NO. 140. W. O. W.
All neighbors are requested to attend the
runoral services of our late neighbor. tot!
Ileb Gruber. at Skewes' funeral chapel. 3d
and Clay streets today (Friday), at 10:30
A. M. C.EO.W. TABLE R, Clerk.
CHAPTER NO. 42. R. A. M. Called col
vocation tonight, 7:80 o clock. Work on
R. A. degree. Visitora welcome. By order
t f. rt. f .
W. J. PRBCKEL, Secretary.
EMBLEM lewelrv. buttons, charms, nina.
new designs, jaeger tiros., oca St.
FHIEDLANDER'8 for lodge emblems.
class pins ana medals. S10 Washington
JOHNSON At the residence nf her daugh
ter. Mrs. H. W. Stone. 3! North 31st
street. July 27. Matilda H. Johnson, aged
7rt years, beloved mother of Herbert H.
Johnson. Tacoma. Wash.: MrB. H. W
Stone. Portland. Or., and Charles H
Johnson, of Bakerfleld. Cal.: sister of
Mrs. Charles Monroe and Mrs. T. E.
Newlln, of Los Angeles, Cal.: Miss
Emllie V. Hadley and George E. Little
of wnittler. Cal. Friends Invited to at
tend the funeral services today. Fridav
July 30. at 4:30 o clock p. m.. at Hoi
man's funeral parlors. Third and Salmon
streets. Interment Los Angeles. Cal.
E.NNIS In this city. July 2. Lucy Bate
man Ennls, aged 3 years, wife of Harry
T. Ennis of Charlotte Court, daughter of
Edwin Bateman, sister of Mrs. Oeorge R
Clapp, Lawrence W. and Fred Bateman
of Portland, and Edwin J. Bateman
Butte, Mont. The funeral services will
be held Saturday. July 31, at 2:80 o'cloc k
P. M. at Finley s, Montgomery at Fifth
Friends invited. Interment, Riverview
GRUBER The funeral services of Oottlleb
Uruber. late of Condon. Or., beloved
husband of Magdalene truber and fa
ther of John tiruber. will be held todav
t Friday). July 80. at 10:30 A. M.. from
thfr chapel of the Skewes Undertaking
company, corner 3d and Clay. Friends
and members of Prospect Camn No. 140.
W. O. W.. invited to attend. Inter
ment family lot. Rose City, cemetery.
McCLESKEV At the residence ot L. V.
King, Metzger. Oregon. July 2K. Pierce
McCleskey. aged IIS years, beloved father
of Mrs. Susan Davis and Mrs. Virginia
Lyon, of Loogoote. Indiana. Friends in
vited to attend the funeral services to
day (Friday). July :!0, at 1 o'clock P. M .,
at Holman's funeral parlors. Third and
Salmon streets. Incineration. Portland
PAPPBNFUS At the residence. ISB32 82d
street S. July 211, Eula Pappenfus,
aged 28 years, beloved wife of J. V. Pap
penfus of Raymond, Mont., mother of
Dorothy Pappenfus: sister of R. M. Oroe
of Maybell, Colo. Remains are at the
new residential funeral parlors of Dun
ning & McEntee, Morrison at Twelftn
street. Funeral notice later.
PEN'NELL At the family residence, 817
Cornell road. July 29, Henry Edward
Pennell, aged 57 years, husband of
Charlotte Ransom Pennell. father of
Harry R. and Elizabeth Pennell. The
funeral services will be held today (Fri
day). July 3l. at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at
Flnley's, Montgomery at Fifth. Inter
ment at San Francisco. Cal.
NELSON In this city, July 2S. Myrtle
Nelson, aged 23 years, beloved wife of
C. Nilson. Remains will be forwarded
by East Side funeral directors to Wins
low. Ind.. where funeral services will he
held and interment made In the family
BONTBR The funeral services of the late
Marion Alice Bonier will be held today
(Friday). July 30. at a o'clock P. M. at
the Portland Crematorium.. Fourteenth
and Bybee streets. Friends invited. J
P. Finley & Son, directors.
LIMOUSINES for funeral services.
AUTO LIVERY. MARSHALL.
Dunning & McEntee
Now located in their new residential fu-
erai home. Morrison at 1.1th. west iae.
Phonf Broad way 4:tO, Automatic .4o-uo.
The J-unerai Home of ttnneinent
and Distinctive Kerr ice.
Note We have no branches nor any. con
nections whatever with any otner
EDWARD HOLM AN
Third and Salmon Streets. Main
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for'T.ess.
Independent Funeral Directors.
WTashingion Street, Between 20th i
21st Streets. West Side.
Main 2891. Auto. 578-
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
home. ltith and Everett sta. Phone
Broadway Automatic o21-...
FINLEY & SON
9. Montgomery at
F. S. DUNNING. INC. .
414 E. Alder. Phone East 32.
Perfect service, personal direction, free
ise of floral chapel and auto equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Buccessors to Wilson fc Ross. Multnomah
East 7th. East 54. Irvington dtetrict.
P. L. LERCH
E. Kleventh and Clay.
East 781. Tabor 13:J.
A. D. KENWORTHY & CO..
5S02-4 S2d St.. Lents. Tabor 526T.
A. R. ZELLER CO.
BREEZE & SNOOK
3S. B. 1.'4fl
SKEWES C.VDERTAKl.VO COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 413J. A T2.ll. Lady Assistant.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all eases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room 150
courthouse. Phone Main 378 from
8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
The society has full charge of the city
pound at its home. 635 Columbia bou
levard. Phone any time, Woodlawn
764. Dogs for sale. Horee ambulance
for sick or disabled horses. Small
animals painlessly electrocuted where
necessary, and stray animals cared
lor. All dead animals, cows, horses,
etc, picked up free of charge.
Portland Business Bulletin
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information, telephone The Oregonian,
ACCOUNTANTS. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING.
JULIUS R. BLACK, public accountant, au-
dltor. accounting systems opened, main- oa MflTnQx P P Vj II 1 1 r ll ,
tained; income tax service; reference. V?TV lYiUIUnO ntllUUNU Repaired
Concord bldg.. ad and Stark. Main ,443. fajtf Bought and Sold.
ALTERATIONS. NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
LADIES' tailoring. Perfect fitting: work Phone .S27-2T. 2 48 S 1st iH. M. S71.
I. Reubln. 40S Bush A
ASSAYKRS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bought.
AUTOS 2" R H IRE.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
1918 Plrce-A---row by hour, day or
month; long trips a specialty Jock
Houston. Broadway 334. Main 73-".
DR. 'McMAHONS sanitary baths. Always
paav Ktnm uhowem. H 1 11 TIC'S. tUbs.
Necessaries, furnished. Rubdowns and
massage when desired. Service and
prices cannot be bat. S. W. cor. 4th.
and Wash. Toll your friends.
CHIROPRACTIC, sfeam baths and mas
sage, loth rioor Hroadway mag. jiar
shall :i1S7. Dr. Laura K. Downing.
CARP ET IVEAVIMi.
LUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag run all sines Mail orders prompt.
Send for booklet.
9x12 ruffs xtesm or dry cleaned, tt.r,0.
FLUFF Rl'll CO..
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FLUFF OR RAO RUtJS.
WOVEN ALL SIZES.
WRITE OR CALL
PORTLAND RUU CO.
THE IRWIN-HOnSON COM PAN Y.'
3K7 Washington. Broadway 434, A ll'5t
CHIROPODISTS ARCH SPECIALISTS.
WILLIAM. Kstelln and Florello De Veney
the only scientific chiropodists ana arm
specialists in the city. Parlors 'Mvl Oer
linjrer bldft.. S. W. cor. -d and Alder.
Phone Mitin I30L
CCCT UllDT Come to Dr. Gartner, foot
ltd llUn I specialist; corns, bunions.
foot arches made to order. 3 1 1 -Swetland
building. 5th anil Washington. Main 1HS1
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles
scientifically corrected. Lsdy assistant.
.".42 Morgan hldg. Main S7ti2.
DR. B. LOUISE COX. chiropodist. 10 A. M.
to P. M. 438 Morgan bldg. Main 410K.
300.0O0 KNOW McMahon. lOOCJ chiroprac
tor. Throngs pronounce treatment best.
BISHOP. CHIMNEY SWEEP.
Furnace smokes through registers, needs
repairing or cleaning? Tabor 3R3.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1708.
no collections, no charge. Estab. 1000.
nFNTISTRY DR. A. W. KEENE, 35m
ULMIIOini Washington st. Without
pain. Late nerve-blocking method.
BERKELEY dancing academy: private les
sons: day-evening: latest steps, .lass steps
tauKni oy oesi prnrestonal tearhers Mr
and Mrs. Summers, 120 4th. Main 3318.
MRS. BAVH. SOS Dekum bldg. Private
lessons nay ana evening. Main 134.,
I0i AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSK CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL.
41S P.ast 7th, cor. Orant. East 1S47 and
i 'ogs ann norses clipped.
H EM STITCH I NO.
i. u. nsBTiiucHiMi shop: superior
work, prompt service. Room 1R Oregon
rulers ning.. i 'fe Washington St.
H. M. H. ELECTRIC CO.
Portland, Or. Re
6 a specialty. New or used
motors. Bdwy. 1043, A 1040.
ENGINEERS ANI MILL
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-KI1
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO., 53-5S Front St.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER &CO., Front and .Morrison.
RASMUSSEN ft CO.. Second and Taylor.
328 Morrison St-
tf Portland Hotel Kar753
D787 Morri son St.
- stores - BehBrdwy IPark Mat257
Charge Accounts Solicited.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's progressive florist. We special
ize in funeral designs. 141 fi !ixth, op
posi'te Meier A Frank's. Main 7215.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.
Ftoriets. 8."4 Washington. Main Jn.
Flowers for all occasions artistically
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2S7 Morrison St.
Main 7 1 09. Fine flowers and floral ae
signs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAI, CO.. 2S7 Washlneton
st., bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1101.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
!6 Fourth St., Opp. 'lty Hall. Xto Brm.
fb B LA ELS ING G RAN I TE CO.
PUT THIRO AT WAPIiOM STREET I
Brick Hotel Building
and stores on ground floor, located
near Union depot, forced sale; will
make great sacrifice.
RITTER, LOWE & CO.,
201-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
(We Call and Deliver.)
Old Ruar and Woolen Clothinc
We Make Keveralble. Hand-Woven
Koom-Slxe Fluff Hun Woven. S11.50
Hu Ron Woven All Sisea.
Clothe Clanlna- and Dvelnc Dents.
Mail Orders Send for Booklet.
xl Rues. Steam Cleaned. 1.50.
western rixrr rcg co
64 Union Ave. N.
rtaonea. East S016 and East 1655.
Lowest Interest rates I Installment re
payment If desired. Bailtllns loans
made. Mo delay In closing;.
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
21721V Northwestern Bank. Uuildlao
i Marshall 4114.
JViXS winding and
Main 7070 or A 6095, House 29.
OPTOMKTRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
I bolicit your patronage on the
busis of capable service, xnou
eands of satistiea customers.
trUl will convince you. ensries v
man, optoniel rist. Jin Morrison.
EYE'S SCIENTIFICALLY TEST
ED with modern Instruments.
iissse fitted. fJ.AU up.
E. HCKWITZ, Optometrist, 11
25 1st st.
veteran op- I
, i.. i , - ui" puVfcTl..l the
luian. is an export eye niter.
charges are very nasonaDie; hiiukiw"
guaranteed. UJ1 Morrison St., near Id.
PAINTING. DECORATING. SIGNS. CAL
CIMLN1NG; BEST WORK. TABOR -t.
PAINTING AND PAPKRHANG1NU.
PAINTING, paiu-rhsngitit. John
iisk, 133 ltith St. N. Broadway
PAINTING, FAI-EKING AND TINTING.
PAINTING, papering and tinting; BOod
work, reasonable. East 5410 .
PATENTS Our practice has extended
over a period of 40 years. All communi
cations strictly confidential: prompt, ef
ficient, conscientious service; nandbooK
r . iitv Jfe CO.. patent
attorneys. San Francisco office. Mohart
bids., Market St.: Chicago office,
room SIO Tower bids '. Washington i ot
. fire mom 1il3. J.1 F St.; New ork
office. Wool worth bldg.
R. C. WRIGHT 2 yei
and foreign patents.
trs' experience U. t
IM1 Uekum bltlg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Brosaway on a..
kidnev. bladder, rectal, prostate, female
disorders, skin affections, blood pressure.
enlarged tonstis, moies. inrin mwir.i-.
Pl.VM BINti SI'I'PLIES.
boilers, 30, 40,
IrtS King. Main
PLl'MBINC SUPPLIES AT mumalj
nr res. StarK-Davls 'so., "
I'l.UMBINd supplies at wholesale prices.
A. L. How aril. a si.
and sell used printing ma
chinery and e q u 1 p m ent.
-Caldwell. Inc., 2(lT -d st.
DDllJTIIlf! W. BALTES & CUM can x.
r Illil I II1U First and Oak. Main ltw: aii-QJ.
PI'BLIC STENOGRAPH EKS.
' Dictation to machine a specialty; out
side and evening work solicited.
LEVIN HARDWARE FURNITURE CO.
-! IcROVT ST.
We buy "and sell everything In the
.,-rtware and furniture line. Phone
ron:iiOM TBIDKMARK BUREAU. H
neknin bldg. U. S.. foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER AM) STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
Thirteenth and Kearney.
. Motor and horse equipment: any
pacitv. Moving, parking, storage.
PHCNE BDWY. 3309
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 tillsan st.
. corner 13th. Phone Broadway Lisl or
lltttl. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates in the city.
" PACKING. MOVIXC,. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER
CO.. lor. PARK ST. Main 8105. A 1001.
HIDES. WOOL AND CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROTHERS. 108 Front St.
M.l'.MBINti SUPPLIES AND PIPE.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.
EVERD1NO : FARRELL. 140 Front st.
WASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER &; CO.. Front and Morrison.
ROPE AN! BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordaire Co., 14th and Northrup.
30x40 store on Fifth st., between
Washington and Oak streets. De
sirable location for railroad office,
real estate or business of similar
HARVEY WELLS & CO.
Main 4564. 602 Gasco Bldg.
Concrete store buildlntr. eaulnned I
wun machinery ior separating, clean-
ins ana grinding grain. .
Also warehouse and good dwelling
house in town of Dayton. Oregon. I
t rice fgvvu. terms.
Also hotel building, five level lots,
uay ton, uregon. t'rice Jisou.
Also 98 acres. 6 acres In cultivs
tion. gooa buildings, orchard, very
oesi ou. itics ii.yuu. xerms.
BOX 133, DAYTON. OREGON.
"WE CALL FOR YOUR. .OLD
Rati and Wool a CI of kino
All Work Turned Out Promptly
naa; iv u K . All S1MS
Hail Orders. Send for Booklet.
Carpet. C'leaaed. Laid a ad
NORTHWEST RIG CO,
1SK Kant (St a St.
fkaae laat XStMt.
EXECUTORS AND ADMIMS-
Will Find Our 'r br Ice-S reared
Exceptional invent men t for tmat
funds. Mot a forecloaur im twea
FEAR at GHAT.
Phone Ma4n 35. 10a Konrth St.
We loan our own money on real estate,
first and second mortgages, contracts
- livestock, notes, etc.
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.
210 Cham, of Com. Bldgr. Slain S028.
Edward E.Gotidey Co.
Cnlted states Bank Hnildlaa;-
Geo. Milan Smith
Bt'!IlIF.SS AMI IND17TniAIi
FKOPtBTIKS, UE.Mtl BtllUlXG,
761 East Broadway.
House, containing large living room
dining room, hardwood floors, pass
pantry, kitchen, fireplace, 4 bed-
sleeping porch, basement
Now vacant. House needs some re
pairs. tJan be purcnased. at a very
HARVEY WELLS & CO
Main 4564. . 602 Gasco Bldg
Houses Garages J
lit 4-foot ieo- 1
ready and j
In built 4-1
eaay to put
st-clasa tioap or arae dl
m the factory at a GREAT
. You pay no middlemen's
i out- Write for catalog.
Redimade Building: Co.
Fm Eleventa and Merkrt.
t Blocks south of Hawthorne.
Those fcatt All 4. - I'ortlaiid. Or.
Reed College District
Price $4000 Price
To clfe out an estate. We are In
structed to close oyt this property
at one. It pimply must be sold. It
is of buncalow style with b la rue
rooms, a fine basement with a splen
did furnace, 100x100 lot. all kinds of
fruit and flowers, on a good car line.
V e sure can show you on this place
where you can make some money or
where you are getting $6000 prop
erty for $4000. Reasonable terms
wm pe Riven. me price nas jusi
been reduced $.00 and we are sure
somebody will own this place within
the next tew days, is it goiny 10 ue
I'nene Mmritnaii ;uM.
Evfnlnst and Sunday
i-or fe If t-lMvt and Apartment Property.
s 2-FAM1I.Y FLAT.
QUICK SALE SACRIFICE.
4 lare rooms and bath on each floor.
full basement, on paved street, located
on E. 28th near Oak. J land v to
chooia, car. etc. Ronted J30 per month.
201-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bid.
4-FAMILY FLAT, WKST S1DK.
1 1 ,oo
Each fiat has A rooms, furnace, firp
place, etc., located on Madison st. lie
a sood buy.
RITTER. LOWE &. CO.
2Q1-3-.VT Hoard of Trade Rid.
BUY a home a hav an income at same
time. I have two small apartment houses
In Irvington for sale at S17.000 and
$18,000; first-claes in every reRDect. &.
j. u iieii. x. xaoara oi irat'e. bldg.
6-FAMILY apartment, close in. east xi.fe.-
llve, m one. let others pay jrood income
on investment: low price of $75or fori
quick saic. terms, rnona owner. 310-19,
morninn ana evening.
For kttle IViirh Property.
choick beach lot.
Painting and Paperhanring;
and furnish material.
Lot located In Tillamook beach (Salt
air), near station and ocean. AK TbO,
! FOR SALE Or will rent or Irase two
choice lots. 00x140 feet at Tillamook
beach, on board walk, county road and
reiiroaa; near a a no pavilion and hotel.
MAiNHA n A.N i noice lot. convenient to
station and beach, nearest seaside resort !
on i niamooK ny. f mt. rejtonian.
For bale Lots.
MI ST SELL, THIS WEEK.
ALBINA AVE. BUSINESS LOT.
Owner needs money hadlv. make cash
oner, ooxmo. Alblna. lacing west. 50 ft.
south of Willamette blvd.: all liens paid.
cost 2j00; will take 1200: this week
only: set buy.
RITTER. LOWE A CO..
201-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bl d jr.
LOT with ! corners on E. !th. KiUincs-
wortn ana nrown ivm,; Jl'l-tt ea,t iron:.
4, north and 4, south front: room for 4
nouses: Improvements in and paid for.
for quick sale mis week only xiooo. your I
terms. .piiwooa owner.
WANTED To talk with builders w no are
lookina- for Rood lots to buiid on. We I
have over 10O choice lots, fine residence
location, owner will exchange for farm
property or Improved pronertv; come
in ana talk it over. Cobb Bros. L'H3 Oak.
FOR PALE by owner, vacant lot 50x100
in Manuou aaumon, Alameda district:
will ae.i a-c sacrifice. ,n o,o. oregonian.
LOT, Division at., near :10th.: improve
ments in, paia; gooa aistnct: sell cheap
tor quicK action. i.inncti. jiain -Ml.
LAROIS. nice lot. in (rood location, at half
value: s.t-o ior quick sale, terms. Wood
FOR SAI.K tiy owner, beautiful corner
lot in K. L. park. lacing Sandy. Main
IRVINUIU.v lot. must sell, want the
money. waisn, qua aucnanan Digs-.
FOUR fine lots. 50x100. Improved streets.
32500. AB 500. Oregonian.
For Sttlf Houses.
FOR SALE in Sellwood by owner, a 8
room bunealow cottage, lot 50x100. bear
init fruit trees and berry bushes. 2
blocks -from school; plumbing, ga-s, elec
tricity, paved st.. 4'4 blocks to car line:
fine location. Call Marshall 07 or Ta-
bor 8194. ,
PORTLAND HEIGHTS. '
Owned by non-resident, to be sold at
once at a a-reat sacrillce. Just think of
it. only x::s0(. Seven-room house on hard
surface St.. lot SOxloo. l'i blocks from
car. No. 517 Ablngton bldg. Main &S7
or Marsha 1 1 i.
rEAL with owner, aave yourself the sales
man's commission. For sae. one 4-room
modern, fully furnished house: owner is
leaving city; price $2-'SO. $1000 down,
balance S2o month with interest at 6r.fc
5 ROOMS and sleeplns porch, ftaraee. full
plumbing. Dutch kitchen, cement base
ment: close to school; R. C i'ark car;
OoxlOO lot: quick possession; $2000,
terms. Tabor 4;i07.
A REAL tarzain, $2300. 8-room house,
bath, full basement, lot 85x183. newly
caleomined. ready to move in; terms, or
make me a cash offer. Owner, Tabor
HX OWNbH Beautiful 8-room house. ,1ust
painted, .hardwood Loors. French doors
plate class windows. 2 fireplaces. $lo..VK.
i cash, balance 6 per cent mortgage.
-4034 Williams ave.
East ltith street N., corner lot. Sox
inft i Ift-VAnn, ra.ia.ni.- a rin.
place Ior a lame family. dst 3siio.
ROSE CITY PARK.
CLASS AN D DISTINCTION S95
YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY! We'll
leave it to you. Inspect this bunea!iw.
compare it with others thev have been
asking J7000 for and then be prepared
to buy your home. Here truly is a
real one. riirht un to the minute. A
real downright super-modern bunaalow
everything one possibly could exoect
nothing lacking. The very pinnacle of
bungalow perfection and too at a price
so moderate as to almost make it seem
impossible. The location is nossiulv the
very choicest in all or Rose City. Jt(0
cash win handle. Balance eav monthly
payments. Phone Main 301)2 and we'll
be It-tends of yours ever alter. Some
one is going to be downright hanuv
and it might as well be vug. Wife
on come see it first. Husland will
admire your splendid judgment. No ne
cessity to go Into details aOout hard
wood floors, fireplace. burtet. Dutch,
kitchen, breakfast nook. full cement
basement, furnace, etc. You naturally
expect those things
A. t;. TEEPR CO..
-it) Stark St.. near 4th. Main "t2.
Bra nch Office. SOth and Sandv.
Tho cutest and neatest r-room bunga
low in thin section. White enameled,
he rd wood f loorp, French doors. com
pletely furnished with new mahosany
furniture. Wilton ruics and victrola;
ivory bedroom eets. about $1 200 wort h.
W for $4 7oO; 3-'0O cih. balance $23
Beautiful (.-room bungalow. white
ivory enameled trimmed in ponuine ma
hogany; cement basement, firepiace. fias
co radiaton. graragre; street to be paved
oon; 1 block from Sandy; :o00 15t0
4-room plastered house: electric IirhtK.
Knx, Bull Run water. 1' chicken houvt,
."xixliM lot; fJ00 down; a snap. On Ore
WELLER Jt- RIN EH ART.
-1 - Chamber of Commerce. Main 4r,03.
There never w a a better time than
NOW to buy your home.
WEST SIDE. 100x100. hiah class and
modern in evcrv detail.
New and modern, commodious and
Hawthorne ave. corner worth more
Six-room huiifcalow with full lot.
W. H. ROSS.
1HM) Northwestern Bank Bldg.
ROSE CITY IUSTR1CT.
S-room bunsralow type residence, ab
solutely modern, furnace, cement base
ment, firepiace. hard w ood floors, hiult -
s, laundry trays ; 3 upstairs. 2 ilown:
every convenience, no thin k needed but
move riRht in; near fine school on Han
cock Kt.. one or the finest drives i n
city; well worth asking price o tJ."i0n
but I reall v. truly need to sell, and I
am Koinjf to accept t he bett reasonable
; fer 1 xet from this ad ; KOod terms,
r might accept Jtood 5-passemcer car or
smaller place. Aut. 310-Lti bfore 9:;tU or
alter 4:3U P. M.
NEW Rt'NOA T.OW.
BEAUTIFUL. SO' TH MOUNT TABOR
1 I STRICT.
Five rooms, bath, vestibule, basement.
hardwood f loorj. mirrored door, built-in
but let. Dutch kitchen, while and Ivory
1 1 nisii. 3 large fountains in plain view ;
itv choice. mat and desirable: on Haw
thorne car line at 7th ave.: terms;
fssonable. By owner. Tabor 5552. Main
KOSK CITY PARK CAR.
3-Koom BunKnluw S31h.
This bunnalow located on 53d st re't.
below the hill in Hose City Park; 5
rooms and attic; fireplace, cement base
ment, wash trays, etc. Full lot. You 11
have to hurry. You know bungalow a In
Kose City at this price are scarce
j-onieone probably wilt have a deposit ui
bef ore you get there but U you hurry
jou have an equal chance.
A. U. TEEPK CO..
270 Stark Pt.. near 4th. Mafn 3012.
Branch Office. .50th and Sandy.
S5550 ROSE CITY PARK 15550.
This fine "-room home couldn't be
duplicated for $(5UU. It has all modern
features. Tirrplace. built-in but let. .Dutch
kitchen, full concrete basement, f rui t
room, furnace heal, expensive new ca
rat; e with full cement run way. The
street improvements are pa id. Pav a
lair payment down, then $-5 monthly
and interest. Don't overlook, a Koud buy.
See this today.
Main 6550. 22S Chamber of Com.
HAVE a very cony, brand new bunga
low on a full lot near the carllmi in a
restricted district. l,are combination
dininfr and living room with hardwood
floors and lively fireplace. Dutch kitch
en, break f;iat nook, cement basement.
This house is ivory finish throughout and
is of very attractive appearance: $35U
with very liberal terms. Main 74ft".
ROSI3 CITT PARK,
Modern 8-room bungalow in the best
of condition: ivory finiah, oak floora, 4
bedrooms alt on one floor; clone tn
Sttiidy. The price is oA00. Come in ana
let me tell you about It,
COE A. llcKENNA & CO.,
82 Fourth st. Main 42-.
KOSE CITY PARK,
tt Rooms 1400.
Hardwood floors, firepiace. buffet, full
cment basemen t. rtc. Exceptionally
larse living room. Wry easy payments.
A. U. TEPEfcl CO..
20 Stark St.. near 4th. Main 3092.
Branch Office. 50th and Sandy.
COTTAGE Rt'NOA LOW J75o.
Rm CASH. I3AL. EASY.
Five rooms and finished attic, cement
basement; SOxUHi lot; all st. imp. in ani
paid; 1 llk. to sood car service; vacant,
movo risht In.
Sia Hallway Kxch. bldg. Main 7."2.
THAT VACANT LOT.
Why not turn a burden into Income ?
We design and build apartments, jen
rases. residences, anything; furnish plans)
h nd finance. LKtubUphcd 10 ye are. Yt
offer SliCURlTY, SERVICE. SATIS
FACTION. L. R. Bailey Co.. Inc.. 9U1
N. W. Bank Bldg.
7 -room Colonial with glassed -in sleep
ing porch; ivory finish, tapestry walls, in
the very fcet of condition and ready to
move into. "iSti E. 12th X. Bee this to
day, and if interested cal! hi ti:i.l K.
l,;t)i st. N. for key. I must make a quiclc
sale. Will make an attractive price.
An exceptional buy In a 0-room honse.
fine location, hardwood floors, magnifi
cent buffet, fireplace, furnace, beautiful
interior finish: now vacant, no incum
brances; pries ' $7500. (l'500 cash will
handle. J. A. McCarty. 27054 Stark tu
Mn. 1700, eve.. Tab. 5037.
Hifrh-elnss bungalow, built for home;
Fine living room, dininir room, kitchen.
Z bedrooms furnace, beautiful grounds.
Pt.HNDKXTEll, 208 felling- Bldg.
Main 3800. Residence East 67,1.
Walklne- distance, east side. 4 bed
rooms. Gawo furnace, garage, full base-
POINDEXTER. 20S Selling Bldg.
Main 1SO0. Residence Kast 6T71.
TAKE IRVINGTON CAR
Brand new S-room bungalow, strictly
modern, hardwood floors, furnace and
bullt-lns: all st. impta. paid; J50 cash
will handle it: go see It today. 821 K.
16th at. N. Phone owner. East 40oo.
FINK COKNKR LOT. J-room house. S
bedrooms; might consider smaller place
or give easy terms.
POINDEXTER. 208 Selling Bldg.
.Main lw. Residence East B771.
FOR SALE HI OWNER.
A 2-flat house, 5 rooms each. 32H Eat
First, near Halsey. Price low. Terms
easy. Inquire 140 Front street. Phone
(-ROOM modern house. acre. In a beau
tiful location; can see all over Portland;
near car line; only $2500; easy terms.
6-ROOM bouse, lot 100x5n, big yard. Must
be sold at once. (.neap. Apply lua
2d St,, room 2 or 3.
FOR SALE Furnished B-room bungalow.
two lots. rTlce JJ.i'i'. easy terms, own
er leaving rity. C305 4sth st. S. K.
Modern 0-room house on corner lor,
S64 Mason st. Prions Wdin. 4446.
s""VlATS. 11S Income, walking dlstance.
$7230. terms 1-3 cash, Place wiii pay
bal. Phona Main 37S7.
FOR SALE 0-room bungalow; a snap;
owner leaving city; easy terms. 'Wood
HAWTHORNE snap, 42."0; terms; rma.,
modern, fine lot. paved street. Owner,
338 E. 3.1th. East 741.
jt'70 Brand new 4-room bungalow, 2
blocks to Union Ave., near Dekum. 431
Liberty St. Owner. Tabor USSO.
$1200 Cute little house In Irvington Park,
modern. Call Woodlawn 24.13.
4-ROOM bungalow; also furniture; sacri
fice. 1503 Denver ave.
FOR SALE FINE MODERN
ROSE CITT PARK. PHONE
5- ROOM bungalow. $3200. $550 down, bal.
easy. 735 E. 67th st. N.
6- ROOM bouse, paved street: terms; owner
,"00 Maiden. Ave. Seilwood car.
8-room bungalow, Willamette
CaU owner. Alain 5484,
lor or Miner & xracey.