Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View This Issue
THE 3IOILMXG OREGON IAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920
WHITE SOX CI TIE
FOR AMERIGAN FLAG
Chicago Loses Chance With
Defeat by St. Louis.
INDIANS SPLIT COUPLE
Mails Knocked I'rom Box in Eighth
After Iosing Faur-Kun Lead
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 1. St. Lou in dimmed
Chicago's pennant hopes today, de
feating the White Sox, 8 to 6. in the
opening: came of the series of three
that rounds out the American league
TKe loss of today's g-ame while
Cleveland was breaking even in a
double-header with Detroit, placed
Chicaeo two games to the rear of
the leaders and destroyed their last
chance of capturing the champion
ship unless through a play-off of a
Faner Wrakrnn In Third.
Ineffective pitching and inability
to hit in the pinches cost Chicago the
After petting away to a three-run
lead in the first inning as the result
of three passes, two hits and a sacri
fice, Faber weakened in the third,
6ix of the eight men who faced him
hitting safely, giving St. Louis five
runs and a lead that was maintained
the rest of the game.
Davis was wild, but kept the visit
ors' hits well scattered.
In the meanwhile St. Louis increased
its lead at the expense of Hodge and
Sox Line-Up la Kew.
The contest was the first in which
Chicago has participated since seven
members of the club were suspended
in connection with the world's series
gambling scandal. As a. result Man
ager Gleason presented a line-up that
was almost completely changed from
that with which he went through the
Hay Schalk was tendered an ovation
when he came to bat the first time
and was presented with a huge floral
basket from local admirers. Score:
niiicuio 1 .St. Louis
IS R H O Al B R II O
Murp'y.3 4 1 0 3 1 Gerber.s. 4 1
Lei' Id, in
1 l a i,i;paeon. 4 l
2 12 5 Si.sler.l .. 4 1
0 17 O.lason.m 4 2
1 :t 2 OSmith.3. 4 1
0 0 3 1 T.ibln.r.. 4 0
0 2 3 0 Wetzel, 1. 4 0
12 1 tljSeVld.c. 4 1
0 0 0 2iL)avis,p.. 3 1
K.Col s.2 3
J. Col's. I
0 0 0 II
0 0 0 0
0 0 O 0!
0 1 0 Oi
0 0 0 0!
Tntals.Itti 0 1124 101 Totals. 33 8 12 27 14
'Hatte'l for Faber in fourth,
tliallecl for Hodjie in ttixth.
J Baited lor Kiiler in ninth.
Chicago 300 0 1100 1 6
St. Louis 0 0 602001 S
Errors, Murphy, Wetzel. Two-base hits,
MCli-llun. Lynn, Kalk. Gedoon, Davis,
Jatrolison. Three-ba.se hit. Smith. Home
runs, Smith. Sinier. Sacrifice hit,
ytrunk. Jouble piays. Murphy to K.
Coilins to J. Collins, Strun-k to Schalk.
LiiSF-j: oti bails, off 1'avis 7. Innings
puthed, by Faber 3, by Huilge 2, by Kelfer
3. Hit by pitcher, by Davis (Schalk).
Struck out. by Davis 7, by Kelfer 1. Losing
MAILS DRIVEN FROM MOUXD
Detroit Wins First Game on Error
and Loses Second Decisively.
DETnfjlT. Oct. 1. Cleveland, fight
ing for the American league pennant,
made certain of at least a tie by divid
ing a double-header with Detroit,
while Chicago was losing a single
game to St. Louis today. The visitors
lost the first game, 5 to 4, in the
ninth, when Shortstop Sewell threw
Flapstaf f's grounder into the Cleve
land dugout and Pinelli followed with
a clean single. The Indians' victory
in the second game was a decisive
one, 10 to 3. Fifteen Cleveland hits,
six for extra bases, and four Detroit
errors, contributed to the result, the
league leaders scoring in every inning
but the second. The eecond fame
was called at the end of the eighth
inning because of darkness.
Cleveland and Chicago each have
two games to play and should the In
dians lose both, while Chicago wins
two. the tie would result.
Detroit's victory in the opener to
day broke Walter Mails' winning
streak. He held a four-run lead when
Detroit solved his delivery in the
eighth and tied the score. Uhle, who
succeeded him. was taken out after
passing one man in the eighth.
Caldwell was in several tight places
and was hit freely in the second con
test, but his support tood up fairly
well behing him, considering the ex
tremely cold weather. Scores:
T'm's'n.l 5 0 3 a OiYounu.2. 41132
Wk'ss.2 3 1
Sp'k'r.m 4 1
Pmilh.r. 5 0
OMner.3 3 0
I nslnn.l 3 0
Sewell. a. 3 1
1 4 4!Hush.s. . 5 12 11
1 2 OCobb.m.. 3 12 3 0
1 4 OV'each.L. 5 0 12 0
1 2 SHeilnVn.l 5 0 18 2
0 7 1 Fl'Kst'd.r 4 10 4 1
0 2 2 Pinelli.3. 5 0 15 1
0 4 2 M.m!on.c 4 0 12 1
O'Neill. c 3 1
Matls.p. 2 0 0 0 lBhmke.p 4 12 14
t'hle.p.. 0 0 0 0 0!
Bagby.p 1 0 0 0 II
Totals 32 4 728 161 Totals 30 5 1130 12
una out when winning run scored.
Cleveland 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 5
Krrors. Jamieson, Gardner. Sewell. Two
base hits. Speaker, Veach, Cobb, Ehmke.
Sacrifice hits. Mails, Young, Speaker,
Johnston. Double play. Sewell to AVambs
Kanss to Johnston. liases on balls, off
Mails 1, Khmke 5. Uhle 1, Bagby 1.
InnlnKS pitched, by Mails 7 1-3, Baby 2.
Struck out, by Mails 1, Jihmke 1. Losing
Cleveland J Detroit
H H ii U A ! BRHOA
4 Bush. R. .
2, Cobb. m .
0 Shorfn.r 3
2 Jones. 3. 3
0 Ain.s'h.c 3
3 Ayern.n. 2
I Hale... 1
Total.". 37 10 15 24 13 Totals 31 3 10 24 6
Mtattefl for Ayers !n seventh.
tKan for Vea.cn in eighth.
Cleveland 1 o .1 1 2 1 3 1 10
Detroit 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3
Krrors, Smith. O'Neill. Yolinj?. Veach,
JToLman. Two-base hits, Wam-bsga.nss,
Jewell, Veael:. O'Xet'.l. Three-base hits.
Smith, .lohnston. WambsRansw. Sacri
fice hits. Swell, Heilman, Smith, Cald
well. DouMe plays. Speaker to O'Neill.
Srwell to Johnston. Bases on ball?, off
Caldwell 1. Ayers 1. lnninsrs pitched, by
Ayers 7. Raumsarten 1. Hit by pitcher, by
Ayers (Seweli. l.osina: pitcher, Ayers.
TU1 PLK-ILEAI) lilt l)l'K TODAY
I'i rates-Rods to Play 3 Games and
Set Pittsburg Precedent.
PITTSBURG. Oct. 1. The Pittsburg
and Cincinnati national league base
ball clubs will play three frames to
morrow, it was announced tonight.
The first frame will begin at noon and
fans will be permitted to witness the
three jrames for one admission price.
This is the first time since a Na
tional League club operated in Pitts
burg that three games have been
played in one day. Officials of the
home team said that as the Pirates !
had a chance of finishing: In third.
place, it was decided to atafge the
three games tomorrow tn order that
all scheduled games with Cincinnati
would be played.
CUBS TRIUMPH IX 1 7TH FRAME
Alexander Steady and Scatters 1
CHTCAGO, Oct. 1. With Alexander
pitching steady ball the Chicago Na
tionals won a 17-inning contest from
St. Louis today, 3 to 2. St. Louis got
16 hits to Chicago's 10, but Alexander
kept the visitors' blows scattered.
R H E RUE
St. Louis.. 2 16 ljChicago... 3 10 3
Philadelphia at Boston and Cincin
nati at Pitt3burg. National league
games postponed, rain.
GIAXTS AND ROBINS EACH WIS
Both Games Have .Same Score on
NEW YORK. Oct. 1. New Tork and
Brooklyn Nationals divided a double
header today, the ecore in each con
test being 4 to 3. Scores:
R H E R H E
Brooklyn.. 4 3 0N'ew Tork. 3 10 2
Pfeffer. Mamaux and Krueger;
Douglas and Smith.
JR. H El R H E
Brooklyn.. 3 5 2New Tork. 4 9 1
S. Smith, Cadore and Miller. Taylor,
Toney, Barnes and Gaston.
GRIFFMEX SWAMP ATHLETICS
Philadelphia Recruit Pitchers
Yield 15 Hits.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1. Washing
ton hit Philadelphia American recruit
pitchers at will today, winning 13 to
R H E R. H. E
Washin'n 13 15 0 Philadel'a 3 8 4
Zachary an-d Gharrity; Heiroacb,
Shauner and J. Walker.
Ruth Drives Into Truck.
MERIDEN, Conn.. Oct. 1. "Babe"
Ruth, world's champion home run hit
ter, on his way to Springfield today in
a new roadster, collided with a truck
at the dangerous Yalesville culvert on
the New Haven trunk highway In
Meriden. He landed In a f'eld with
his car wrecked, even to the steering
post, but he and a friend, who was his
passenger, escaped unhurt except for
scratches from the broken windshield.
ALIi EASTERN" COLLEGE TEAMS
TO GET INTO ACTION.
Eyes of East Center on Cornell,
Where Gil Dobie'will Send
Out First Team.
NEW TORK, Oct. 1. Eastern col
lege football teams swing into the
season in earnest tomorrow. Every
eleven of importance will play.
Owing to uncertainty which has
surrounded material available at sev
eral Institutions and the debut of fa
mous coaches in new fields, the
work of some of these teams will be
followed with more than the usual
early season interest. This is par
ticularly true of .Cornell, where Gil
Dobie, whose coaching record in the
west and at Annapolis stamps him
as one of the leading football in
structors in the country, will send out
his initial line-up against Rochester.
The Yale eleven also will make its
first appearance of the season, Car
negie Tech of Pittsburg being the
team to confront the blue.
A coaching situation somewhat
similar to that at Cornell prevails at
Yale, for Tad Jones has returned to
coach the blue in place of Dr. Sharpe.
Princeton opens against Swarth
more and both the army and navy
elevens also play their first games.
The cadets offer a, novelty in play
ing a double-header on the West
Point plains, Marshall College of
West Virginia and Union College of
Schnectady being the two opposing
MARGARET DILLON BEATEN
MURPHY ENTRIES CHASE MAX Y
TIMES WINNER OCT.
Columbus Circuit Track Slow,
Though Some Heats Show
Fast Clock Marks.
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 1. Margaret
Dillon, winner of 11 straight races
and one of the very few unbeaten
performers this year, tasted her first
defeat today in the 2:10 Arch City
puce, purse $3000. after a great first
heat on a clow track, when she suc
cumbed to the onrushes of John
Margaret paced the first half in
1:00V4. and came home in 2:04, chased
out by the Murphy entries, Ethel
Chimes and John Henry. They were
after her in turn the other two miles,
and beat her. Ethel took, the chase
to the half and John did the work
in the stretch drive.
The free-for-all pace found Single
G. favorite, and he easily defeated
Directum J. and Sanardo. Best time,
Miss Perfection won the 2:11 trot.
dropping the final heat to Mary Co
burn. Each heat was run in 2:10 ,4.
In the 2:13 trot Miriam Guy won in
close finishes, the middle heat going
to Aileen Dillon. Best time, 2:09Vi.
Stanford Drops Boating.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Palo
Alto, Cal., Oct. 1. On account of the
financial demands made by other
(sports boating has been dropped from
me suoris curriculum ui oiuniora uni
versity, according to the budget of the
board of athletic control at the uni
versity w hich was made public today.
The budget provided for a preliminary
survey for a new football stadium to
be completed within the next three
years and a new $15,000 basketball
Botsford Xow Stanford Coach.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal.. Oct.
1. Harold S. Botsford of Portland,
Or., signed a contract today with the
university to take charge of inter
mural athletics at Stanford. He will
be coach and director of various inter-college,
and other local teams in baseball,
basketball and football. He was for
merly aesistant physical director at
Leonard-Britt,on Stopped Again.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 1. The ten
round boxing contest between Jack
Britton, champion welterweight, and
Benny Leonard, champion lightweight,
scheduled for tonight, has been post
poned again until tomorrow night be
cause of today's heavy rain and cold
VARSITY SHAPING WELL AS
Reinhart Gets Quarter Job With
Hill and King as Other New
Men In Backfield.
EUGENE. Or.. Oct. 1 (Special.)
With enough men out for three full
teams the Oregon varsity is working
hard. Coach "Shy" Huntington start
ed his men at scrimmage practice
Thursday and yesterday the squad
was beginning to work fairly
"Billy" Reinhart is working at
quarter on the first team. Billy is
shifty, fairly fast and is a heady
player. He was on the Frosh team
of 1916 and has not been in college
during a football season since.
"Tony" Jacobberger is at one half
and "Frankie" Hill at the other. Tony
is a letter man of two seasons, while
Hill played on last year's Frosh team.
George King is at full. King is a
good player but a little slow. He was
also a member of the Frosh aggrega
tion of the last season.
"Mart" Howard, left end. "Brick"
Leslie, center, and "Spike" Leslie,
tackle are the only members of the
1920 varsitiy back in the line. All of
these men hold down their oldtime
berths. At right end "Rudd" Brown
seems to have it over all other candi
dates. Brown is fast and heavy and
should go well this year. It is his
first year with the varsiity. ,The
guard positions are filled by "Scotty"
Strachan and Ed Ward. Both of these
men look good. Carl "Fat" Maatz, a
guard of last year will be back early
next week. Mautz has been working
all summer and has been unable to
return until late due to his job.
"Hughie" Clerin, the hefty center of
the last year's Frosh team is filling
the pole at right tackle. "Hughie" is
big and knows how to use his weight
and should work well this year.
"Tiny" Arch Shields has returned to
college and was out in a suit for the
first .time last night. Shields will
also try for a tackle berth.
The men are all a -little under
weight due to the hot weather prac
tice but will soon pick up.
PONIES RCX IX SALEM MTJD
Prairie Takes 7 Furlong and Louis
Lachmnnd Special Event.
SALEM, Or., Oct. 1. On a track of
mud and water two running races
were put on at Lone Oak track today.
All harness races were called off but
an elaborate programme will be put
on tomorrow, weather permitting.
In the seven-furlough race, purse
J300, Prairie, owned by Charles' Em'
mert, affd ridden by Rowe, won over
Tom Goose (Webber) and Minnie H.
(Wiley) in 1:28M:.
In a five-furlong special. Louis
Lachmund. owned by Les Galbraith
of Independence, Or., and ridden by
Rowe, was first. His time was 1:03.
Oma, owned by Ruth Parton of Yaki
ma, was second, and Rogue River,
owned by Wilson, third.
INDEPENDENTS ISSUE CALL
Two Football Squads Will Have
First Practice Tomorrow.
Two independent football squads
will hold their initial workouts to
morrow morning, the Multnomah
guard gridder3 taking the East
Twelfth and Davis-streets field, while
the Portland Athletic 'lull candidates
will practice on Montgomery flats.
All prospective players desiring a try
out with the two teams are requested
to be on hand at 10 o'clock.
Louis Gallo, interscholastic star, is
coaching the Portland Athletic club
eleven, while a leader for the guards
men has not yet been selected.
Delaney Severs Athletic Ties.
CHICAGO. Oct. 1. Martin A. De
lay, on of the best-known coaches
in the country, severed his relations
with athletics today when he ac
cepted the general management of
the-Chicago Athletic association. Mr.
Delaney was director of athletics at
the Chicago Athletic association for
12 years. - He developed teams that
were consistent winners in western
meets and brought out scores of indi
vidual stars. He also coached Amer
ican teams in Olympic games.
Paroled Prisoner to Enter Ring.
SALEM, Or.. Oct. 1. (Special.)
Carmen Damelia, who was paroled
from the state penitentiary Monday
after serving a five months' sentence
for a minor offense, left today for
Portland, where he will train for a
pugilistic career under Frank Kendall
of the Milwaukie boxing commission.
During his term in the prison Damelia
has been a participant in several
hard-fought exhibition battles and
has won several titles.
Stanford Captain Called Iloiiie.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Palo
Alto. Cal., Oct. 1. A. C. Holt, captain
of the varsity football team, has been
called home to Portland, Or., by the
death of his father and may not re
turn this season. Holt was injured
early in the season and has been un
able to play in practice games so far.
but expected to be in condition later
on. He assisted in coaching the squad.
Ilerzog Said but Sligblty Hurt.
JOLIET. Hi:, Oct. 1. According to
best information available here to
day, "Buck" Herzog, member of the
Chicago Cubs, reported to have been
stabbed during a fight after an exhi
bition game here yesterday, was
merely injured In a fist fight with a
fan. A police official who examined
Herzog said he had several slight
bruises on his hand.
Dempsejr After Willard Battle.
TOLEDO, O., Oct. 1. Heavyweight
Champion Jack Dempsey and his man
ager, Jack Kearns, are here for the
purpose of consulting A. Q. Thatcher
regarding a Dempsey-Willard fight in
Toledo. It was Thatcher who induced
Tex Rickard to stage the first Will-ard-Dempsey
fight here last year.
JAIL RAIDED FOR rJEGRO
Ex-Service Men Seek to Punish
Girl's Alleged Assailant.
JONESBORO. Tenn., Oct. 1. Thirty
five to fifty men, many of them serv
ice men from the National sanitarium
at Johnson City, shot up the jail here
last night, slightly wounding one
prisoner, in an effort to obtain a ne
gro held in connection with an attack
on a white waitress at the sanitarium.
Members of the state militia from
Johnson City dispersed the mob.
BERMUDA GREETS WALES
British Prince, Homeward Bound,
Is Given Ovation.
HAMILTON. Bermuda. Oct. 1 The
Prince of Wales, homeward bound
from Australia, arrived here tpday
for a three days' visit. He was given
an enthusiastic welcome.
During his stay he will take part
In the ceremonies of Bermuda's ter-
centenary, which Is linked with the
Jamestown, Va., tercentenary . and
of the -sailing: of the Pilgrims for
The celebration took on an inter
national aspect with the presence here
of Rear-Admiral Charles F. Hughes
on board the United States battleship
Alcohol Claims Victim.
THE DALLES. Or.. Oct. 1. (Spe
cial.) Denatured alcohol claimed an
other victim when Scotty Gregory, a
local waterfront character, was found
dead under an old dock Friday with
two empty bottles which had con
tained the liquid beside the body. Sev
eral of his cronies stated that he had
been drinking this liquid for more
than two months.
Fresh Salmon Shipped East.
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Oct 1. (Spe
cial.) Chinook salmon are running
in fair supply, about three tons daily
being iced and sent to eastern mar
kets. Sixteen boats and a like num
ber of traps are in operation.
MATINER DAILY 2:30
REVCE DE LCXE
With Harry biicman. Penny Mrlntosh and
bevy of footliffht beauties.
COLEMAN AND KAY,
Featuring DOLLY WALKER.
Three Shows Dally.
Night Curtain. 7 and 9.
Pa WALLIS CLARK A CO.
DEWEY AN D ROGERS
FOUR HARMONY KINGS
Bl LLY SHONE
WHtTISK AND UHPEH8TUDY
TH REE LORDONS
Today Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Perkins
Fisher. "Half AVay House" ; Robert War
wirk - Klaine JlammerKtein, "Aoriclentul
Honeymoon"; Thonuu & ! rlerick sis
ters, uu-ncinjr; Moher & Kldridge, funsters;
Bud and Jessie liray, vuriety. "Adrian,
an oddity; Ah on the 'Wurlitzer; balloon
MIKE and IKK In
Tbe Ronebud Chorus SinKs sod Stnga.
Matinees at 2; Ni-hts. 7 and 9.
Kleven tb and
The Glorious Lady
"Thou Art the Man"
AIno the Comedy, "Great Scott," and the
Open from 9 o'clock In the morning ant 11
4 o clocK ox tDfl following mormntrf
A Great Musical Event
LAURENCE A. LAMBERT
EMIL OBERHOITER, Conductor
FLORENCE MACBETH, SOLOIST
(Prima Donna.ChicaBO Grand Opera Co.)
At Municipal Auditorium
Sunday, Oct. 3, 8:30 P.M.
TICKETS ON SALE AT SHERMAN
CLAY. PRICES 2. .50. (1 AND 75 CETS.
One of the Country's Greatest Orches
tras in a Mairnificent Programme
With Several SoIoiHta.
Take Toar Sweetie to Hear the Latest
"Down the Trail to Home Sweet
"Nobody to Love" (Fox Trot)
The above and all the latest good popular
music now Dams' xeaturea Dy
The blir dance orchestra De Luxe. They
play tbe rijjbt time. "Oh. Boy!" You can t
lt.ee p atUl.
Where they all dance every week ntffht
except Sunday. Uallery admission 10c
Hundreds of people come Just to hear the
MONTROSE M. RINGLER. Mgr.
ALX NCW STEPS and POPCLAR DANCES
guaranteed in 8 three-hour lessons. In
dies 93. Gentlmen $5. De Honey's beau
tiful academy, 23d and Washington. Be
ginners' class starts Monday and Thursday
evenings. Advan-ced Ciadees Tuesday and
Friday evenings 8 to 11:30. Plenty of
desirable partners and practice no embar
rassment. You can never learn dancing
In private lessoos from Inferior teachers
you must have practice. LEARN IN A
REAL SCHOOL from professional dancers.
Phone Main 7656. Private lewons all hours.
America's Finest Ballroom
Best Dance Orchestra In Town
Every Wednesday and Saturday
Dancing Lessons Daily
SAT t HO AY
Today. All Week
The Sensational Success
Kext Week. "Ptnrod."
. 38. 879. 87, 69, 471, 97.!
Ka CI U A 1 CO .
C 3H.' 8 81, 63, 93.
-75. 51. 93. 88. 49. 90. 95, 78, 100, 43,
T 53. 97, 79. 205, 93, 83. 95.
U DO. 88. SO. 8. 21, IT, S, 1, 30, 33.
99, 87, 26. 20, 34. 74. 5. 11. 72, 38.
H 29. 36, 19, 88, 7. 39, 21, 80. 13. 1. 3,
6!. 30. 11.
J 25. 10. 99. 562. 68, 93, 19. 43, 69.
V Z4 62, &o. Z. 2. ZU, Z. la, IV,
Tj 14. 21, 81, 17. 65, 8. 40, B2, T, 485.
ai zs, o, i, io, 4, iu, a, i, zu, 43,
X 21, 3, 98. 92. 20, 95, 65, 76, 28, 23,
O 80, 43,' 64. 65. 66. 69, 82. 76. .
" To, 81, 7U, Ol, OU, Q3, 77, UB, 800,18.
-15, 99. 11.
O. 38. 80. 89. 58. 70. 97. 41. 21. 40.
X 97, 77. 61. 47; 79. 662. 46, 55, 738,
4.. 53. 65. 61. 69. 19. 13.
V 61. 64.
X 78. 81. 83. 84. 85. S.
Y 63. 17. 70. 11. 59.
AB 8. 83, 471. 76. 13, 78, 77, 392. 746,
AC 41. 44. 52. 49, 16, 72, 85, 87, 92. 61,
AE 75. 79, 78. 440. 27. 26. 445, 875.
A" 54. 63, 67, 13, 20, 61, 95, 85,-50,
AO 86, 4, 16, 72, 33, 94, 15, 60, 5. 82,
7. 85, 87.
AM 709. 68. 60, 24. 63, 70. 40, 709, 70,
AJ 21, 68, 743, 14, 72, 21, 744, 59. 22.
AK 75. 38. 29. 735. 11. 77. 78.
AL 48. 69. 68, 47, 117. 754, 63, 64, 90.
AM 744. 64, 13, 48, 13. 68, J.4, 746, 67,
AN 854. 22.
AO 453. 5.
AP 65. 69. 738, 70, 68, 66, 739, 27.
A K SO. 3 !, BU. 31. N'i.SKT, OS, 7-iO. CO.
19. 38, 322, 75. MBSS, 61.
Bf 74, 11. 73, 8. 737. 8. i33.
Hit 88, 27, 80. 745. 54. 883, 53, 96, 45,
BF 92. 82. 66. 9. 29.
BJ 58, 744. 14. 743, 25. 29. 73. 88. 82.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FURNITURE for sale. Apply Tabor TS46
KIRK PAT RICK COUX.
CIL. NO. 2227. SECt'R
ITT BENEFIT ASSO
CIATION. Special open
meeting for members and
inenns next Friday. Oct.
8. Swiss hall. Third and
Jefferson. Cards and
danclnjr. Hocrb famous union music.
Adm. 15c. . Tou are cordially invited to
or the best insurance Join our soeietv.
Jtou nave the choice of four Rood poli
cles. two special insurance policies for
ennaren rrom l to tt years or age, wnicn
cost only zuc per month.
AL, KADER TEMPLE. A.
A. O. N. M. S. Special train
for Oregon state fair at Sa
lem leaves union station at
11:40 A. M. Stops at Mor
rison st. and Oregon City.
Return trarin leaves Salem
at 10:15 P. M. Entertain
ment has been provided for.
rain or shine: indoor if it
rains and outdoor If weather is fajr. Round
trip tickets Tickets may be pur
chased at union station.
iiy . order of the potentate.
- HUGH J. BOYD, Recorder.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, No
111 A. F. and A. M.. will con
vene at 2:15 P. M. today foi
the purpose of conducting; th
funeral service of our Iat
Hi r,i ; JC"-"L oring autos.
J J. n.. MILLER.
OREGON LODGE NO. 101
A. F. & A. M. Stated com
munication Saturday at I
O'clock. Resolution n
tlon of raisins dueR and other
considered. Visiting: brethren cordially
LESLIE S. PARKER. Sec.
WASHINGTON" I.Onr.c- tec
46. A. F Axn a xt
frt? communication this" Satui
Skin5 day) evening, 7 o'clock. Eaf
fc-iKhth and Burnaide. M. M
d(Tr Vliltnre AlnAn.
Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec.
SUNYSIDE LODGE. NO
163, A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication this Sat
urday), temple, 3ith and Haw
i uui nr. r . v . ui fsi r c , a .ov i .
sn. supper o:ou. m. ai. aegre
l xr, jil, riMtuin wtritiuuie. xy oraer w .
JAMKS S P.AV .1H
PALESTINE LODGE NO.
141. A. F. AND A. M., (Archer
Place.) Special meeting to
night, 7 o'clock. Work in F C
degree. By order oi w . j
W. S. TOWN SEND. Sec
COLUMBIA REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 3,
t r o R Hecular meetwK tins taaiur
day evening at 8 o'clock. First and Alder
ft, f OHOwea uy country mir -n w
Pebekahs. Oddfellows and friends invited.
Wear your old clothes.
MAUD JOHNSTONE. N. G.
ANNA L. OSVOLP. Sec.
DANCE Every Saturday night, commenc
ing Oct. 2. given by Pacific club in the
Seillng-Hirsch Bldg, 3S8H Washington,
over the Hazel wood. Nelson's orchestra.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins,
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 Sixth st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
elae ins and meal. S10 Washington it
LONG) October 1. a Ma late residence.
519 E. 7th !t. N., Ray C. Lone, a-ged
33 years, husband of Mary Long;; father
of Thelima and Raymond Long; son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lous;; brother
of Guy W., Willard and EYnest Long
and Mrs. H. E. Williams of Portland
and Mrs. 1L A. Shaeffr of Enterprise.
Or. The remains are at Finley's. Mont
gomery at 5th. Notice of funeral here
after. SIKADMAN In this olty, Sept. 30. Iva
A. Steadman, used 76 years, late of the
Edison hotel, sister of Ruth E. Brockett
of Alameda, Cal., and Mrs. Helena A. L'l
rich of Warren, O.; aunt of O. W. B.
Riley of JJend, Or., and Mary B. Sher
wood o-f Alameda. Cal. The remains are
at Finley's, Montgomery, at 5th. Notice
of funerai hereafter.
WORSENBARGER October 1, 1920. at hfs
residence, 528 Grand avenue, Thomas
Ttlarion Worsenbarjter, axed 06 years 6
months IS days. Deceased -was a mem
ber of A. F. and A. M. of Ontario, Kan.,
and Multnomah camp. No. 77. W. O. W.
The body Is at the parlors of Chambers
& Co., 248-200 Killlnssworth ave. Fu
neial notice later.
WTATT October 1, 1920, the beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wyatt, 1385 Dela
ware ave.. Allen Wyatt Jr.. ae;ed 11
years 11 months 14 days. Brother of
Delia. Oladys and Luther Wyatt and Mrs.
K. jorftensen, all of this city. Body is at
the parlors of Chambers Co.. 248 Killings
worth ave. Funeral notice later.
CARTER In thla city, Se-ptenvber . 30,
lrma Carter, aged 41 years, a native
of Belg'ium, formerly a teacher of French
In the Irvington putilic school; late res
idence, 469 Jefferson st. The remains
are at the conservatory chapel of the
East Side Funeral Directors. Notice of
funeral in a later Issue
COOP At the resridence, 7427 5tb ave.
S. E., OcL 1, 1920, Mabel Coop, aged
48 years, beloved wife of Marcus M.
Coop, mother of R. R. Slaughter and
James Slaughter. Remains at Hoiman
funeral pariors, 3d and Salmon sts. No-,
tnce ot xunerai later.
October 1, Marion Erceg, aged
33 years, cousin of John Erceg. Re
mains are at McEntee & Eilers' parlors.
16th and Everett sts. Funeral notice
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
I6 Fourth St., Opp. City Hall. Neu Bros.
PVblaiesing GRANITE CO. I
PlT THtBO -AT HALM5QN STREET I
McCLOVE In this city, September 30,
Stewart -JlcClove, aged S2. beloved hus
band of Rose V. McClove: father of
J. X. McClove. Denver. Colo.; Mrs. An
drew Plattner. Seattle. Wash, i D. . Mc
Clove. Las Vegas, New : Mrs. J. Franklin
Adams. Ann Arbor. Mich.; R. G. McClove,
East Moline. IU.: R. S. McClove. Filer,
Itiabo. Funeral services at the Mount
Tabor Presbvterian church, 5-Vlh and
Belmont, at 2:30 P. M.. Monday. Octo
ber 4. Friends invited. Interment Rose
City cemetery. The remains are at the
conservatorv chaped of the East Sine
Funeral Directors. 414 E. Alder St.. cor.
E. th st.
BADBR Sept. 28. Aloyslus Badtr. aired
.1 years, hu.and ot Airs. 2i-i.a i'-l- '
and son of Mrs. Katherlne Bader and
brother of Mrs. Arthur Gallon. Alexan
der. Leo and Fran.k Bader. The de
ceased was a merniber of the boiler
makers local. Funeral will be held from
residence. 5i5 Upshur street, Saturday.
Oct. 2, at 8:43 A. M., thence to St. Pat
rick's church, leth and Savler ts.. at
9 A. M., where requiem mass will be
offered. Friends Invited. Interment Mt.
Calvary cemetery. McEntee & El. era,
HOLT In this city, Sept. 30. Asnes Ear-
nan j-ioit, agea years, who m
A. Holt of M7 Lrfv0oy St., mother ol
A. Preston, Nancy H. and Agnes Eliza
beth Holt: daughter ot Mrs. Nancy A.
Earhart, sister ot" Mrs. Bva T. Alhston
and Mrs. Clara E. Koe-hler of Portland
and Mrs. H. F. Grbson of Seattle. Wash.
The funeral service will bo held today
(Saturday) at 2:3o o'clock P. M.. at Fin-
ley's. Montgomery at Mb. Friends in
vited. . Concluding service, Rdvorview
WILLIAMS At Cochran. Or.. September
27. Floyd G. Williams, aged 3o years. De
loved susband ot Nellie, father of May
nord, Paul and Wtlda Williams. de
ceased was a member of the lirotherhood
of Railway Trainmen. Funeral services
will be held at the residential funeral
parlors of Dunning & McEntee. Morri
son street at Twelfth, oSiurday. October
2. at ::( A. M. Friends invited to at
tend. Interment Rose City cemetery. '
McCAI.LUM In this city S.-pt. 30. Bazll
C. McCallum. aged 16 years, Deioveu
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. McCallum.
brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Myers and
Arthur McCallum and Walter McCallum
of this city and Mrs. S. O. Olmsttad of
Freemont, Or., -Mrs. it. u. niueiimK
of Bend. Or. The funeral services will
be held at 11 A. M. at the chapel ot
Miller & Tracey. Interment Mount
Scott cemetery. '
PERA In this city. Sept. 30. 1920. Celes-
tina Pera, aged 47 years, beiovea motner
of August Pera of Salem. Or... and
Teresa Tuse of Portland. Or. Funeral
cortege will leave Holman's funeraJ par
lors, 3d and Salmon sts., at l:i:3 P. M.
today (Saturday), Oct. 2, 1W20. thtnee
to St. Michael's chur.'h, 4th and Mill
ala., where service will be held at 1
P. M. Interment Riverview cemetery.
SMITH September 30. Mrs. Anna A.
Smith, aged oi years. Beloved mother
of Lena June Smith, and C. F. Ditte
brandt; sister of H. C. Rinehart. The
funeral services will be held Saturday,
October 2. at 2 P. M.. from A. R.
I Keller Co.'a parlors. 9!t2 Williams ave
nue. Friends are invited. Interment
Rose City cemetery.
NETTLETON In this city, C. B. Nettleton,
aed 62 years, late ot 110 -C-. &tn i.
Fureral services will be held at the
chapel ot R. W. Gable & Co., Oct. 2. at
3 P. M. Services in charge of Haw
thorne lodge, A. F. and A. M. FriendB
Invited. Cremation Mount Scott crema
MORGAN In this city, Sept. 30, Mrs. Ann
Morgan, wire of T. H. .Morgan ana mocn
er of Hernice and O. C. Morgan of Bend.
Or., Dr. ;. T. and H. E. Morgan of
Casper. Wyo. Remains will be forwarded
by McEntee & Eilers to Bend, Or., where
interment will take place.
ItETH DRFORD At 6904 92d St. S. E.,
Sept. 'M). Irma I.enore Retherford, atrvd
9 years. The funeral services will be
conducted today (SatUTday) at 2 P. M..
in the Lunls Evanigcdical church. Friends
Invited. Interment Mt. JScott Park cem
etery. A. D. Kenworthy & Co., directors.
WACHTMAX Funeral sen-ices of Esther
Wachtman, beloved infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Wachtman. will be
held Saturday, Oct. 2. at 12::t0 P. M.,
at the chapel of Miller & Tracey. In
terment Lone Fir cemetery.
WAV At Camas, Wash.. Sept. .10, 1020.
Stephen S. Way, beloved husband of
Mary E. Way and father of Mrs. C. T.
Brsant. Mrs. F. W. Coulter, Mrs. W. A.
Miles. Mrs. C. T. Jones. Interment War
ren. Or'., Sunday, Sept. 3.
KECK In this city Oct. 1, David Keck,
aged 49 years, beloved husband of Agnes
Keck. Funeral services will be held
Monday. Oct. 4. at 10 A. M. at the
chapel of Miller At Tracey. Interment
JORDAN The funeral services of the late
Gertrude E. Jordan will be held Satur
day, Oct. 2, at 2 P. M., at the chapel
of Miller & Tracey. Interment Kuse
BOARDMAN The funeral services of the
late Henry Boardman will be held Sat
urday, Oct. 2, at 3 P. M., at the chapel
. of Miller & Tracey. Interment Rose
HILLKEll The funeral services of the late
Albert Htllker will be held Saturday,
October 2. at 3 P. M.. Portland cremato
rium. Arrangements in care of Miller &
LIMOUSINES for funeral services. JONES
ACTO LIVERY. MARSHALL 114.
EDWARD HOLM AN
Third and Salmon Streets. Main M7.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Lesa.
Independent Fuueral Directors.
Washington Street, Between lioth ana
lst street. West Side.
Main 2601. Auto. 5TS-83.
Dunning & McEntee
Fl N KHA L. Ol KKCTO H4.
Now located in their new residential
funeral home. Morrison at 12th. West Sitle.
Phone Broadway -4iU. Automatic 540-&
Xbe Funeral Hume of Kef iuemeut
stud liittini-tive Service.
Not We have no branches uur any con
nection whatever with any other
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors1 with alf the privacy of
a houie. ltilh and Everett Streets. I'hono
Broadway 2133. Automatic bJl-ua.
J. P. FIN LEY & SON
Main 9. Montgomery at Fifth.
DOWNING & McNEMAK
The Residential Funeral Home.
441 Multnomah St.. Irvlngton Liiat. East S4
EAST SIDE FUNERAL. DIRECTORS.
IF. S. Dunning, inc.)
The family set the price." 414 East
Alder. Phone East 52.
5 T. LRRCI1 S' E'vntn and Clay.
L J-. XX-iXWVXJ. 781. Tabor 1&.13
SKEWES UNDERTAKING CO.. 3d and
Clay. M. 4152. A 21131. 1-ady Assistant.
A. 13. K-EN WORTHY & CO..
-04 92d St., Lents. Tatior 5267.
BREEZE & SNOOK
E. 12iS. IS ma.
AO 7CI I CD Pfl 693 "Williams ave.
Hi LCLLLn OUiKast lui8. C 1088.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive florist.. We special-
liJ lit UIICI CsVA ucaif,no. ill 71 BIAS, , V t-
poaite Meier & Frank'. Main 7215.
MAR I IN & FORBES CO.
FloHFta. 34 Waehlnprton. Main 2B9.
Flow era for all occasions artistically
CLARKE BROS, florists. 2S7 Morrfnon mt.
Main 7709, Fine flowers and flora; d-
lRna. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL. CO.. 287 WashtnKton
st.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main CI 02. A. 1101.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of allepred
cruelty to animals. Offices, room 150
courthouse. Phone Vain 378 from
8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
The society has full charge of the city
fiound at its home. 535 Columbia bou
evard. Phone any time. W'oodlawn
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, horded,
M.C., picked up free of charge.
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.
At f OVNTANTS,
rULIOS R. BLACK, public accountant
Auditor, income tax service. conco.a
b:dg . 2d and fitark. Phone Ma-.n t4S-
LADIES' tailoring". Perfect fitting; w orK
guar. I. Reubin. 40S Bush &Lane biug.
ASSAVKKS ASH ANALYSTS
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Gold, sliver and platinum bought.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer and notary pub
lic. 4 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
DR. McMAIION'S sanitary baths. Alwa
ready. Steam, showers, plungers, tubs.
Necessaries furnished. Ruodowns and
massage vb'A desired. Service and
prices cannotTe beat. S. "V . ce.rner o.
Fourth and Wash. Tell your frienus
CHIROPRACTIC steam baths ai.d mas
sage, loth floor Broadway b:d. Mar
shall 317. Dr. Lstiri E. liowni.il!.
t'AKI'ENTllIt.S AM COXTRAt' TORS.
PnBDCMTCD GENERAL. CONTRACT
bMnrtHltn is. Jobbintr. Tabor !H'49.
( Al,( I I.ATOli ADDING MACH1NKS.
CALCULATOR ADDING MACHINE, 115;
guaranteed. Mar. .Vm. 51 C.rl.ett b:.lg.
CKl.I.l l.OH BUTTON'S.
THE lKWIX-llObfON COMPANY.
as7 Washington. Broadway JH. A 1-34.
rrCT UIIDT Come to Dr. Gartner, foot
ItCi nUil I specialist, corns. bunions,
foot arches made to ord.-r. 311 Swetland
bide, 5th and Washington. Main l'M.
IK. T. M. CHAMBERS.
Tell your friends. 3i
Fifth and Washington.
LH. O. O. KLETCHEit Knot troubles sci
entifically corrected. Lady assistant. 51.
MorKan bids. Main S7H-.
en i Kiironis rs arch M'kciai.ists.
WILLIAM. Estelie and Kloredlo De Veny.
The onlv scientiric cniropou lsis. diiu i.i
specialists in the city. Parlors :Ul' uer
linffer b.dR.. S. W. corner Second and
AM.er. Phone- Main 101-
CHI ROPR ACTOR.
. 111.,'.. ..-.x ...
300.000 KNOW DR. McMAHON". Portland
111 per cent chiropractic specialist: Ilth
vear in this city. Throtim pronounce
"treatment best. No camouflage. joss
house stunts or profiteerlns adjuncts.
Adjustments made easy, enjoyable, bene
ficial and curative. Terms: Initial
treatment reasonable and all cases care
fully adjusted. Patients requirins ex
tended time, 31 adjustments J 15. Phone,
call or write.
NE'i'H & CO., Worcester tildg. Mnin IT'.m.
No collections, no charses. Est ah. 111').
SUJI.MKli.1- DANCING ACAIIBMI PrualJ
lessons day and eve.; latest steps and
Jazz shown: dance every Thursday, feo'j
5Th st. Broadway ."V.io.
ncimcTCV dr. a. w. kekxh sr.ui
U Lfl I Id I II I -Washington st. Without
!r e-b:oe.K IJlt; method.
AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL
Bust 7th and Grant sts.; both phones
day and nijrht service; 3 veterinarians.
MOTORS REWOUND Ro-red
Bought and Sold.
NTCTITS KMSC'RUIf WORKS.
Plion 7y27-'2, M. &TI. '2'2 Main ki.
Bought. sold, rented and repaired.
Walker Ek-ctric Works, 4 1 :i IJurnJide.
corner ltlth. lirondway .H;74.
II M. II. ELECTRIC CO..
.11 N. 1st St., Portland. Or. Re
wiinlinir ajid electric re-pair-lr.
a specialty. N--w or used
motors. Bdwy. lo4o, A. 1040.
LAN list APE . A Rill IN I Its.
LANDSCAl'K Kardening- done by experi
enced men. li. Lrandt, Tabor L'.j0.
ENGINEERS' AND MILL SITFI-IES.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. S4-lf.-7-M Front.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Boa i d of Trade bliFg.
HATS AND C A PS.
THANH A U S E R HAT CO.. a3-f.. Front st.
l'MNTS ILS AND I1I.ASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison
RASMUSSEN & CO., Second nnd Taylor
NEW TO DAT.
Fix-room house, sleeping porch,
hardwood floors, strictly modern;
on paved street, near Irvington.
Excellent location. A real snap.
Only $5250 $2000 Down
Phone Main 3078, or Call
426 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
(We Call nnd Deliver.)
Old Rum and Woolen Clolhlnsr.
We- Hike Revernible. Hand-Woven
Room-Sine Fluff Rnsa Woven.
Rnsr Itosrn Woven All Slr.e
Clot hem Clean In er and Djriss Uepta.
Stall Orderi Send for Uuoklct.
9x12 Itujr". Steam Cleaned, $1.50
WKS'IKK.V KLIFF HVM tO.
r4 t'nion Ave. .
Pbonesi Cut B510 and Bait TB55
S. K- Cor. Campbell and Simpnon
K. STACKPOLK, Hotel Heimon.
txTreait Intereot rates Installment re
payment if desired. Ituildlne loans
made. IV o delay In closing.
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
;i 7-2 1 9 North irntera Ilnnk BalUlnft
New. reinforced, concrete bulliliner.
50x100. in heart of automobile row,
near Broadway; splendid place for
automobile or truck sales aeency.
Five-year lease: very favorable terms
WILL TAKK QIICK ACTION. Do
not phone. See Mr. Campbell.
A. i. TK.KPK CO.,
270 Stark St Near 4th.
H Sir TKAOIKKS.
L. CARliiil.L DAY, teacher of piano and
voice. ISroadway 2."...:,. US lath street.
l'jnii:ng system Hrond-wav "....".
OfTO-MEi m-STS Am, oi-tk 1ANS.
OLASSKS AT A SAVING.
1 solit-it your patronage on the
basis of capab e scrvne. Thou
sands (if si.MfT...! (UMtnm,r A
trial will convince you. Charles W. Uood
mnn. optometrist. -U'. Morrison. Ma. UllM.
KVSS SeiKXTlFIO.VLl.Y TKSTEI) with
modern insi riiTiioiita ; plasiscs fitted at a
a-ivin.;; autisfaeuon guaranteed. Out of
trie n:rh rent district.
A. E. lil'RWITZ. optometrist. 125 1st st.
PACKING AMI ( KA llMi.
FrKNlTl'KE packed by private experts.
Let us fisure your job. We do it lor less.
PAINT1NO AM) TINTING.
of all kinds repaired.
Shingle, Gravel, Taper. Tin.
R. & H. ROOF PAINTERS
1145 E. Glisan.
Phono Tabor tiasT.
J- TKKHII.L, house and sign painting,
Pape riii 5,t in tine. E. o7tn. Tab, soil.
GKT YuL'It painting, decorating and sign
done now ; best work.Tu.bor -M.
I'UM'IXU AM) I'AI'ERII ANtllNG.
PAINTING, paperhanint?. John C Con
"sk. I .".S 1 IU h st. N. Hm,idayS!'43.
IL V. MARX, dependable house naintlnfi,
tinting, papcrhanKiiiK. Tabor rL'17.
I OKN K 5S.
i'ATKNTS our prat tiro has extenied over
a period of 4) years. AH communica
tions s:ric-t;y coni'Kieutial ; prompt, effi
cient, const, font ions st-rvice, handbook
free on reniest. Ml'.NN CO., patent
attt.riifys. n Fraiuisoo i:'l"ico. liobart
bids-. .Market st. ; t'hic.ifio oilico,
room Slo Tower bldi. : Wjlniiyton 01
fite. room lo:;. K st.; cv lock oi-
fit-f, ooiw,rth bidje.
K. C. WHUIiiT years' x peritiue L'. 3.
and foreign paton;s. Urkum bldje.
l'H SK IANS.
Ilt. K. A. riUL.IIi'S. Uroadway buitiint.
IlhtrUMiiit ism. titoiiiuoh. bowel, hint;, livtir,
kidnv-y. t'Utdder. rectal, proptate, iema o
distuciers, skin afloctions, bhod prtseure,
enlarged ton.siis, niolrs. birthmarks.
i'i.rMiiiNi si ri'MKs.
I'LI'MlilNU .Sl'PIMWKS AT U Hul-KSALK
price, tark-Uavis Co.. 4;n. -Mn. 77.
I'lftJM UI.i supplies at w hoiotale prictA
A. 1.. liitw urd. -':: T h ird :ret-t.
V. BALTICS & COMPANY.
" First ami Oak. Main lti.1
I'I HI. IP S I ENtXiltA I'll Kit.
Pi' lii.Il ' STKMKIUAHIIEI
I U. S. N.
Hank bnildms. iiroadway 'JUKI
PACKING and cratillR furniture is our
specialty; we ran save you half of the
freight hy shipping your poods in po.d
car. Pacific Suirnce Delivery com
pany. E.ist First and Madison. Kast Sl'l.
SIXONK-ilAM) STOlYl-1 s.
LEVIN HARDWARE & KI'UXITL'HE CO..
Jl FliGNT STREET.
AV buy nnd sell everyihini? In the
hardware and furni:ur iuni. I'hono
GoN TRADEMARK. HL'KEAU, 6f'l
i;um bUiir. T. S., fureiun t rail emnrks.
Tit A .N SI" Kit AMI SIOIt(.H.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
Thirteenth and Kearney.
( ; N K ttAh II A L 1. 1 N 1.
,-ttor and litir.t f)iiiiment. any capacity
MiU IN: P.M'K 5 (KAfili.
PHONE BDWY. 3303
EG ON TRANSFER CO., 4T4 Glisan at.,
.ner Kith. Phone- Uroadway 1-M or
leu "We own and operate two larno
lass "A" warehouses on terminal tracks,
owest insuraiice rates Tn the city.
PVXIXG MOVING. STORAGE.
i'i R1TY STORAGE TRANSFER
j in". PARK ST. MAIN rl!... A 1051.
HIDES. 'WOOL A M) CA SCA RA BARK.
KAHN BROTHERS. 1U5 Front street.
I KIIIII I K CO.M liSJ IN M KliCH ANTS.
E VERDI NO
& FARREl.L 140 Front St.
SAM1. DOORS AND tiLASS.
W. P. FULLER. CO.. Front and Morrison.
I KOPK AND ItlNPING TW INE.
I'ortland Conlaite Co.. 14th and Northrup.
Before It Rains
Order Your REDIMADE Garage.
Have it ready before the wet
season sets in. Ye can make
immediate delivery of any stand
10x16, 18 or 20 feet
12x16, 18 or 20 feet
Our Special $73.00 10x16 Garage
Bertionnl liouses and praragrea
prerted in Portland or shipped any
where. IluildiiiK Snl.-x Co.,
Sort I.ewln IIulldlnK.
WE CAI.I. I'llll VOUU OLD
Rusrx and oolen ClothlnK.
All AVork Tnrnril Out Promptly.
ItJier IIimk IVovpn All SixesL
Mull ikrilerm. Sentl for Hon k.let.
Carpets Cleaned. Laid and
AOIITHWEST Ki n CO.,
1SS Kllt Mb St.
DOT FAIL TO 5KR v-I R Fl.l'FP
RlfiS i:niitri' AT SAl.KJI
AMI (.III.M1 AM KAllts.
The largest and best equipped
restaurant in Tacoma. If you
want this you will have to get
quick action. See Mr. Knox,
Knox's Cafe, or Edw. B. Lung,
803 Taeoma Eldff.
Edward E.Goudey Co.
Calted States tlamic Uuildlna
I'l.DIHlNC; sll'I'I-ILS AN U 1'11'E.
THE M. L. KL I N E C 0.S 4-SG -Si-S'J Fron t.
3 Eliis! FJ1
I 73 (R. -
V il -'j,V