Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, February 11, 1921, Page 15, Image 15

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    THE MORNING - OREGON1AN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921
1.1
DRAST C ALIEN Bill
i OFFERE
Immigration Committee's Re
. port Is Unanimous.
HOUSE PLAN IS ALTERED
w Proposal Will Exclude More
Than Johnson Measure Is
Declaration of Leaders.
WASHINGTON". D. C, Feb. 10.
Restrictions on immigration, said by
committee members to be more dras
tic than those proposed in the house
or Johnson bill, are contained in an
emergency measure approved and re
ported today by the senate immigra
tion committee. The measure, de
cided on as a substitute (or the bill
passed several weeks ago by the
house, would become effective April 2
and continue In force only until June
30. 1922.
During that period, senate leaders
re confident permanent immigra
tion legislation wtll .be enacted and
In the meantime the predicted flood
of aliens would be stopped.
The bill, as reported, would limit
Immigrants admitted annually from
any country to 5 per cent of the na
tionals of that country in the United
States when the 1910 census was
taken.
Treaties Wot Affected.
The measure, however, provides
that It shall "not be construed as
amending, repealing or modifying
any law or agreement which forbids
the admission o any alien of any
nationality or geographical boun
dary,;" This provision was Inter
preted to mean treaties existing be
tween the United States and China
and the United States and Japan
would not be affected.
Senators tonight pointed out the
principal differences between the
Johnson bill and the senate measure.
The latter, they declared, would ex
clude more aliens than the Johnson
bill, SOO.000 being estimated as the
minimum number of admissions In
the first 12 months of the measure's
existence.
Another Difference Cited.
Admissions of relatives and de
pendents, authorized by the bouse
measure, they said, would more than
equal the number of all entries under
the senate bill.
Another difference between the two
bills was pointed to In the provisions
for determining- what classes of im
migrants would be admitted. The
house voted to treat all nationalities
alike. The apparent disposition in
the senate is to legislate only against
European immigrants.
Committee members said the bill
was ordered reported with the under
standing that it would be open to
amendment when it reached the floor
of the senate and that it was this
agreement which led to a unanimous
report.
It was learned today that at the
session of the committee yesterday.
Senators Johnson of California, re
publican, and Harrison King of Utah,
and Harris of Georgia, democrats,
voted for the house measure.
Provision for continuing the ays
tern of vize of passports of prospec
tive immigrants by consular officers
was made by the senate foreign rela
tions committee in the diplomatic ap
propriation bill, reported out today.
The committee Inserted a $600,000
Item for the work with authority to
continue it beyond the conclusion of
peace.
The 6 per cent figure was agreed
to after three votes had been taken
tu reduce it and senators favoring
absolute prohibition will carry their
fight to the senate.
Senator Colt. In reporting the bill,
announced he "would push it for pas
sage immediately," and Senator Har
rison expressed a similar intention.
Floor leaders, however, expressed
dcubt that the bill would pass at the
present cession.
BAHAIST PROPHESIES DAWX
OF OIYERSALi BROTHERHOOD.
One .ration- One Race, One Reli
gion and One God Are Fore
; cast Dy Persian Professor.
r
The need for co-operation and reci
procity as a universal law governing;
the nations of the world. In order that
the highest kind of success might be
gained frm the individual, national
and international standpoint, was em
phasized by Professor Jenabe Fazel
of Persia in his address at the lunch
eon of the Progressive Business Men's
club at the Benson hotel yesterday
noon. The address was interpreted
by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab.
Professor Fazel told of the Bahal
movement as started by Baha-ollah.
75 years ago. He predicted the dawn
of a new age, when the nations would
be one, the races one, and there would
be one religion and one God. To
reach this goal, he said, a parliament
of man and a universal language
were necessary.
Resolutions were adopted urging
that President-elect Harding appoint
Senator Chamberlain as a member of
the shipping board in order that the
west might be represented on that
bedy.
In honor of the fact that the Boy
Scouts of America are celebrating the
11th anniversary of that organization,
a number of the boys played bugle
calls for the- club, accompanied by
the drum. Scoet Commissioner
Brockway and C C Colt, president of
the Portland council of the Boy
Scouts, spoke briefly on what the
boys are doing and what the move
ment means.
D TO SENATE
C. C. Tripp was chairman of the
day.
WEST POINT CORPS SHORT
Siily-XIne Vacancies at Academy
Have 'o Candidates.
WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 10.
There are 69 vacancies from 28 states
at West Point for which no appoint
ments have been made for the exam
ination March 1. the war department
announced today.
Secretary .Baker said it was highly
desirable that representatives and
senators make tbe appointments.
SALES DECLARED PROVED
City's Contentions in Liquor Case
. Filed in Circuit Court.
Contentions of the city of Portland
arainst the Injunction auit brought by
J'eter Alexia and George Demos, pro-
prietors of a soft drink establishment
at 254 Second street, are set forth
in an answer filed In the circuit court
yesterday by Frank S. Grant, city at
torney. The plaintiffs seek to pre
vent the carrying out of the order for
revocation of their permits Issued by
the city commissioners January 4,
1921.
At a fair and Impartial hearing.
It Is asserted, there was convincing
testimony that Alexis and Jemos sold
moonshine from room 41 of the Lind
quist hotel, through an agent, Tony
Sureno, for $4. SO a pint, and that
moonshine was served over the coun
ter out of a pitcher In their place of
business. . A marked bill paid for
moonshine and one pitcher smelling
of moonshine and another partially
filled with "white mule" were In evi
dence. Cable Laring Started.
KEY WEST, Fla., Feb. 10. Work
of laying the cables between Key
West and Havana that In a fortnight
are expected to make It possible to
talk over the telephone from New
York to Havana, was begun yester
day. AMfSEMEJITS.
i -
SPLENDID PICTURE,
Fascinating Star. Beautiful
ly Acted and Directed." Ver
dict Ititridiy'i Will.
Pleased, Big; Audiences.
TJtj TT Tf Bread-ray at Taylor
Phone Mala 1.
TODAY, TONIGHT
TOMORROWS ,
cojrnsiTjous, 1 to 11 p. si.
WORLD FA Mors OPERATIC
STAK A.U SCKEE.V ARTIST
GERALDINE
MOST OORGEOTSIr GOWSfED
WOMAN O THE STAGE! 111
TUE BRILLIANT DRAMA
"The RIDDLE WOMAN"
DIRECTED BY EDWARD JOSB
TOGETHER WITH
PATHE REVIEW
AND
CURRENT EVENTS
INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE
HEILIG ORCHESTRA
I POPULAR PRICES T
Including War Tax I
FXOOR. ROe i
BALCONY S5e
REMEMBER, COME ANYTIME,
CONTINCOCS 1 TO H P. M.
rl
AUDITORIUM
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12
CASE
SOPRANO
METROPOLITAN OPERA.
With the
APOLLO CLUB
60 MALE VOICES
PRICES
$2, $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c
NO TAX.
Seats
Now on Sale at
Sherman, Clay & Co.
PUBLIC -AUDITORIUM
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 14
Matlneea
Wednesday and Saturday
Twenty World-Fatnons Stars.
Including
A NX A FIT7.IC ALICE GENTLE
ducat Artists
LUCIA LAMMERMOOR, Monday
MME. BUTTERFLY,. Tuesday
MARTHA. Wed. Matinee
CARMEN, Wed. Eve.
THAIS, Thursday
FAUST, Friday
TOSCA, Sat Mat.
TROVATORE, Sat Eve.
SEATS NOW SELLING
Sherman. Clay A Co.
Sixth and Morrison Streets
I
PRICES (WAR TAX INCLUDED) t
Nights Main floor, 18 rows 12.20, IS
rows tl.63; dress circle, center S2.20.
sides $1.10; balcony, center 65 cents,
sides 65 cents.
Matinees Main floor, 18 rows 11.65, 15
rows 11.10; dress circle, center 11.65.
Rest of noose same aa night prices.
Hit.15eto75t nlsMt 1Set.
I ANNETTE KELLERMAN
ItfsMiiMlTa IimNSSatf ILTIIIIllLEII
FLO ANO OLLIE WALTERS
STUARTI VOKES
BARN E S 1 a n d DON
TUSCANO BROTHERS
Thz RAMSDELLSi
Samp DEYO I I
iNCEand Fj
. HAMP Pi
JANET OF FRANCE
CHARLES W
FARRAR
ANNA
A1UU1I
GLOBE
Flerentfc and
come.
The Misleading Lady
BERT LYTELL
AMTBEMENTS.
Now Playing. A Play of Temperament
ana xemperature
FAIR AND
WARMER
For It's Always Fair Weather Wbea
ooou f ellow bet xocemer.
rHlPppRoHEi
TODAY Six Excellent Numbers
TO.NIfiHT. Tke Oanclna: Sere-.
adera"t Blanche Sweet. "Her In
-rilllnK Husband." Kiddies' B4-
loo Matinee Saturday.
LYRIC Masical Comedy
DILLON and FRANKS In
"THE NEW GUARDS"
The Rosebud Cborna In Foil Bloom
Matinee at Z; Milbti, 7 and
Country Store Every Tuesday 'ie;ht
Chorus Girl' Contest Friday N'laht
PANTAGES
MATINEE DAILY. 1:30.
Europe's Greatest Sensation
THE BORSINT TROUPE"
The Sterling- Rollins Globe Equilibrists and
4iymaats in a bene of Am a? I ng
Dl vertisemen te.
OTHKK BIO ACTS
Three shows daily; night curtain 7 and .
CIRCLE
Fourth at
Wanhinartoa
Jack London's
"The Sea Wolf."
Alo a comedy. "A Tray Fu'l cf Trouble,
and Vod-a-vil movies.
Open from 9 o'clock in the rooming vnti
4 o ciock tn loiiowinj mormn
DANCINGtaucht
AIX NEW STEPS and POPFI-AR DANCES
guaranteed la 8 three-hour lessons. Ladles
23. -gentlemen o. ue Honeys Deauiuui
academy, 23d and Washington. Beginners'
class starts Monday and Thursday eve
nings. Advance classes Tuesday evenings.
Intermediate class Friday eve., 8 to 11:30,
Plenty of desirable nartners no embar
rassment. You can never learn dancing In
private lessons from inferior teachers; you
must have practice. LEARN IN A REAL
SCHOOL from, professional dancers. Phone
Main Ybsjtt. rivate lessons ail noura.
RATES FOR
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
. Daily or Sunday.
One time 12c per line
Same advt. two consee-
nttre times t tie per Una
Same advt. s consec
utive time SOe per Una
Same advt. 8 or 7 eonaeo-
. utlve times 63c per line
The above rate applies to adver
tisements under all classifications
excepting; "bitnatlons Wanted -Male"
and ".situations Wanted
I'emale." which ia o per Una lor
eacb insertion.
' No ad taken for less than two
lines. Count six average words to
the line. Advertisements ecep
"Personals and Situations Wanted )
will be taken over the telephone if
the advertiser is a subscriber to '
either phone. .
The Orrgonlan win receive copy
by mail provided sufficient remit
tance for definite number of Issues
is sent. Acknowledgment will be
forwarded promptly.
No prices will be quoted over the
phone, but statements will be ren
dered the following day. Adver
tisements are taken for The Dally
Oregonian until 7:30 P. St.; for The
Sunday Oregonian until P. at. Sat
urday. FUNERAL
SHIPMENTS
Casket
Embalming j
Shipping
Case
Delivery
to
Train
Miller & Tracey
Iadepeadent Funeral Directors .
Washington at Ella. Near Slat.
Mala 2091 578-85.
AUCTION BALES.
At Wilson's Anction House. It A. M.
Furniture. 1S9-171 Second street
MEETING NOTICES.
BIO MASK BALL.
JOIN THE CROWD GOINO.
mrirpairlcK L-ouncll zzzt.
Security Benefit Associa
tion, St. Valentine's mask
ball Friday, February
11th, Swiss hall. Third
and Jefferson. Large ball,
fine floor, balcony for
spectators. Hoch'a famous
union music; 20 fine
prises. Admission only 35
cents. Includes war tax. Just the place for
all to go and have a good time.
LADIES' AUXILIART
OF THE T. P. -A. will wive
a dance Friday evening,
February 11. at Chrlsten
sen's hall. Eleventh and
Yamhill streets; all mem
bers of the T. P. A . and
friends invited. Hobos
Haltbouse orchestra. Tick.
etc.. loc.
OREGON COMMANDERT.
NO. 1 Format subscription
dance and card Party. Chris
teneen's hall, Hon., Feb. 14.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
66, A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Friday)
afternoon. 1:30 o'clock, Pythian
bldg. Funeral services our lata
Brother D. W Tilford. Vlsltinr brethren
ieicome. Members requested to bring
aut os. tiy order W. M.
H. J. HOUGHTON. Sea
MASONIC EMPLOYMENT
BUREAU.
Employers needing helo of
any description telephone Main
642S. Only Masonic help fur
nished from this office. No
cnarge to employer or era
N. H. Atchison. Mgr.. 410 Abington
EAST GATE LODGE 155.
A. F. and A. M East
Eightieth and Glisan streets.
Special communication Satur
day. 7:80 P. M. Work in the
M. M. degree. Visitors wal-
By order of the W. M.
CHAap. NELSON, Secy.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
85. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Friday)
afternoon and evening, com
mencing 5 o'clock. Work in
M. M. degree. Visiting breth
ren welcome. By order W. M.
O. J. HOUGHTON. Bee,
75
ploye.
bunding
Portland Business Bulletin
A directory of business firms, professional men, manufac
turers, repair men, etc., classified for ready reference.
Information as to any class of work not listed may be ob
tained by calling: Main 7070, House 40. -
ACCOUNTANTS.
JULIUS R. BLACK. . publio accountant.
auditor. Income tax service. ooncora
bldg.. 2d and Stark. Phone Main 7443.
ALTERATIONS.
LADIES' tailoring, perfect fitting; worst
guar. I. Reubln. 408 Bush A Lane bldg.
ARMY GOODS.
SOLDIERS' overcoats altered into civilian
style, dyed blue or black, new buttons,
romplete $7.50. Regal Cleaners, tailors,
127 N. Bth St., Portland. Or. . .
U. S. ARMY GOODS for aale, wholesale
and retail; prices reduced. H. noren-1
stein. 250 2d at.; or 204 1st St. Main 7573. '
A8NAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bougnt.
ATTORNEYS.
B. W. EASTMAN, lawyer and notary pub
lic. 34 cnam. or com. piag.
AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRING.
AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS
Broken, leaky, bent and
wrecked radiators repaired
and made lika new at rea
sonable price. All work
PORTLAND AtTTO RADI
ATOR SHOP.
535 Alder. Broadway 641.
ACTO REPAIRING.
TiT-nirfl n-TYjr.n WH1I.R YOU WAIT.
Rear ends greased. 217 Washington at
BATHS.
DR. McMAHON'S baths, Portland. Steam
showers, plunges, tubs an lor aoc
your friends, rourtn ana was-ms-""-
CHIROPRACTIC steam baths and man
max, iota lloor. iroaaway nius. j-
shall 8187. Dr. Laure E. Downing.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT.
BUILDING management, efficient aervlce.
References. Tabor Ills.
CLEANERS AND DYERS.
WE WILL DYE FOR YOU
1 S9 Park st. M an41 8&
CELLULOID BUTTONS.
t-tt 17- iDii'iv.iinnsnv COMPANY.
SS7 Waahin-ton. Broadway 434. T. 1254.
CHIROPRACTIC.
DR. MARGARET
HAYN1E .
Chiropractor and
Diunueticlan
-if-??
All drugless- methods
Goitre Cured.
215 Swetland Bid
Main 1765.
DR. McMAHON'S chiropractic speaas ior
itself. Portland, inn year. rngnca.
CHIROPODISTS.
CCCT UI!DT Come to Dr. Gartner, foot
ILL I nUll I onx-tallst: corns, bunions.
frot arches made to order.' 811 Swetland
hMe. Fifth and Washington. Main 10oL
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot trouDies sci
entifically corrected- Xjaoy Mautt.ui.
512 Morgan bldg. Main 8762.
CHIROPODISTS ARCH SPECLILISTS,
u-Ti.T.TiW F.tellA and Florello De Veny.
Th, n.lv ointlllc cniroDOQiscs ana area
specialists in the city. Parlors 802 Ger-
linger bldg. o. w. corner 0ci.vuu uu
Alder. Phone Main 1301.
COAL AND WOOD.
MONTGOMERY WOOD CO..
CORDWOOD, SLAB AND COAL.
t oxci o nri Small Ouantlties.
Yard 11th and Everett sts. Aut. 622-83.
FOUR-FOOT green slab, $7 cord; block
and slab. XT per load, jaroauwajr j.u.
Special price on two-ioaa
BLOCK and slab, special in 2-load lots.
Oregon Fuel uo., worn. iv.
BLOCK and slabwood, two-load lot. xsa-
tlonal Fuel J0., r.ast un.
OOD Washington coal, flO a ton, deliv
ered. National Fuel Co., East 2041.
SECOND-GROWTH wood for sale, $7.50
per cord. Tabor &oj: east smc ucner-
DANCING.
PROF. PATTERSON DOWNEY'S
DANCE STUDIO
8R6 H Washington St., over Hazelwood.
Ballroom, step and various branchea of
taire dancing taught. Main 555i
JACKSON & FLIPPIN
DANCING ACADEMY.
Ballroom, stage dancing, any style.
Ooen daily. Wdln. 1201. 795 Miss, ave.
DANCING GUARANTEED, the only school
of this class, oee ie nwncy u.ub
ad under amusements. Join the leading
schools.
MISS DOROTHY RASMUSSEN Ballroom
and stage dancing, oiu .neru uuimun,
Wash., between 4th and 5th. Main 1123.
DENTISTRY.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT,
8d Floor Raleigh bldg., cor.
6th
and Washington sts.
Main 211& A. tll.
PEERLESS DENTISTS
DR. FEESE. OPEN NIGHTS. DR. GREER.
Out Ot tne nign-rent ..jiisLriuL. ove
money. Cor. 2d and Burnplde. Aut. 511-50
ENTISTRY
DR. A. W. KEENE, 351 Vi
rain. Latest nerve Dlocaing system.
DENTISTRY Dr. Harry Semler, 204 Alls-
ky bldg., IQira ana jmrnauu. mntu win
"DRUGLESS PHYSICIANS.
TTRUGLESS physicians -
ADA V. SCOTT.
Chronic dlseaaea a specialty. 136 13th
street.
DR. G. KING, D. P. Consult me on any
case that seems Incurable. I treat all
kinds of nervous and chronic diseases,
cancers, tumors and skin diseases. 808-8
Alisky bldg., 8d and Morrison. Main 3277.
9 At M. to 6 P. M., and by appt.
DR. SAMUEL F. GROVER,
drugless physician and chiropractic spe
cialist. Best equipped office in the north
west. Office practice In chronic diseases.
Seventeenth year in practice. Main 771,
SIS Alisky bldg., Portland, Or.
WHOLESALERS AND
ENGINEERS AND MILL SUPPLIES.
THE M. L. KLIKE CO.. 84-86-87-89 Front.
GRAIN MERCHANTS.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front St.
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
P. FULLER CO.. Front and Morrison
RASMUSSEN & CO. Second and Taylor I
MEETING NOTICES.
ALBERT PIKE LODGE NO.
162, A, F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Friday)
evening, Feb. 11. at 7:30
o'clock. . Visiting brethren
welcome."
J. W. COOKE. Secretary.
SELLWOOD LODGE. NO.
131. A. F. AND A. M. Stated
meeting .this (Friday) evening
at 8 o'clock.' Visitors welcome.
Refreshment By order W. M.
J. H. BUTLER, Sec,
WAVERLT CHAPTER. V.
D., O. E. S. Stated com
munication this (Friday)
evening. 8 o'clock. Waverly
. hall, East Twenty-sixth and
Clinton streets. uegrees.
Visitors welcome. By order
ot W.
JEAN M. OSBORNE, Secy.
MYRTLE CHAPTER NO. 15,
O. E. S. Regular meetlng-this
(Friday) evening In Pythian
temple. West Park and Tarn
hill sta, at 8 o'clock. Social
visitora welcome. By order
JENNIE H. GALLOWAY, Sec.
MULTNOMAH CAMP.
NO. 77, W. O. W. Eaat 6th
and Alder sts.. tonight (Fri
day). Feb. 11. Large class
Initiation Vieitlng neighbors
welcome. .
J. O. WILSON, Clerk.
WEBFOOT- CAMP NO. 65,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,
meets every- Friday night at
W. O, W. temple, 128 Eleventh
street. All members requested
to be present. Visiting mem
bers welcome. x , v
ATTENTION REBEKAHS District conF
ventlon No. 1 will hold Its 14th annual
session In tbe I. O. O. F. temple. 226 Alder
street. Saturday, res. a, iw-i. meeting
called at 9:80 A. M. Also afternoon and
evening sessions. .
REBECCA GRAY. Ckalrman.
BACHEL MALLOCK. 60.
COLLECTIONS.
tsETH A CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1708.
wo collections, no charges. ,stab. laou.
ELECTRICAL REPAIRING.
UflTdDf DCUnillin and
IIIUIUIIO I1LHUUI1U Repaired
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
NICHOLS JCLBCTRIC WORKS,
Phone 527-27. 226 Main St.
H. M. H. ELECTRICAL CO.
1 N. 1st St.. Portland, Or. Re
winding and electric repairing
a specialty. New or used mo
tors. Broadway 1045. A. 1046.
ELECTRIC MOTORS.
Bought, sold, rented and repaired.
Walker Electric Works, 41M Burnside,
corner Tenth at. Bdwy. 56i4
FURNITURE.
BROADWAY UPHOLSTERY
The Home of De Luxe Upholstery.
REPAIRING DESIGNING.
BAST 2475. -- 676 B. BROADWAY.
INCOME TAX.
KX-FED3RAL AUDITOR prepares income
tax forms. 205 Artisans bldg. Phone
Bdwy. 5004.
MUSIC TEACHERS.
L.. CARROLL DAY, teacher of piano and
voice. Broadway 2555. 148 13th St.
LANDSCAPE GARDENERS.
ATTENTION.
H Wm. Schaumann and Herrin Schreiber,
practical and artistic landscape garden
ers are back in Portland for business.
Present address 204 Columbia sL Phone
Wain 7B10.
OPTICIANS.
LET GEORGE RUBENSTEIN, the veteran
optician be your optician; ha la expert In
fitting eyeglasses and his charges are
very reaBonaple, zjo M ornson St.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on the
AsZe basis of capable service. Thou
sands of satisfied customers. A
trial will convince you. Charles W. Good.
man, optometrist. 209 MorrlBon. Mr. 2124,
OPTOMETRISTS.
ETES SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with
modern instrumental glasses fitted at a
saving; satisfaction guaranteed. Out of
the high-rent district; no overhead exp.
A. E. HURWIT2, Optometrist. 225 1st st.
PAINTING AND DECORATING.
C H. TBRRILL, house and sign painter.
papering, tlnt.ng. 407 E. 37th. Tab. 2H11,
PAINTS, WALL PAPER, ETC.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, ETC.
830 Second St.
UHL BROS., INC.
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
PATENTS Our practice bas extended ovei
a period or 74 years, ah communica
tions strictty confidential; prompt, effi
cient, conscientious service; handbook
free on requettt. MUNN & CO., patent
attorneys, San Francisco offices. Hob art
bldg., 682 Market t ; Chicago office,
room 810 Tower bldg.; Washington of
fice, room 103. 6 lift F st.; New . York
office, Woolworth bldg. '
R. C WRIGHT, 22 years' 'experience U.
ana foreign patents. flOl Dekum bldg.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway building.
Rheumatism, stomach, bowel, lung, liver,
kidney, bladder, rectal, prostate, female
disorders, ekin affection, blood pressure,
enlarged tonsils, moles, birthmarks.
PR. DM MURALT. C47 Morgan bldg.
Dr.
trustav naars former associate.
PI.tMBINC. SUPPLIER.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prices.
aiarK-uavia io.. las tn st. Main - ivi.
PRINTING.
RINTING f
W.BALTES & COMPANY
First and Oak. Main 165.6H-H5.
RAZORS 8HARPKNKD.
RAZORS, shears, knives, safety blades, etc..
sharpened. Portland cutlery Co., 8tf 6th.
RKfilSTERS.
McCOSKEY credit registers,, new and sec.
ond hand. H. K. Stemler, sales agent
801 Clackamas St., Portland, Or. Phone
East 7154.
SHOE REPAIRING.
unncDM cunc dcd kiomn guar
iiiuuliih onui. n(.r rtimnu anteed
KSVi Broadway, bet. Oak and Pine.
STOVE REPAIRING.
WHY BUY a new stove? We repair all
kinds or stoves, gas ranges, furnaces.
a. uunn, jsast .vial.
SEWER CONNECTIONS.
COLUMBIA CONSTRUCTION CO..
416
Cham, ot Com, bldg. Bdwy. 1165.
TRADEMARKS.
OREGON TRADEMARK BUREAU. 601
Dekum biog. L. s, foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER ANO HTORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
Thirteenth and Kearney.
GENERAL HAULING.
Ten thousand square feet warehouse
storage space now avaiiaoie.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
SECURITY STORAGE TRANSFER CO.
Packing Moving Storage.
Reduced Freight Rates.
Money Loaned on Warehouse Receipts.
IN THE HEART OF THE CITY.
- 63 FOURTH ST., COR. OF PINE.
PHONE BROADWAY 8715.
. OREGON TRANSFER CO,
474 Gllsan Street.
FIVE WAREHOUSES.
STORAGE. CARTAGE,
PHONE BROADWAY 1281. '
I'M UK ELLA 5.
REPAIRING AND RECOVERED.
860& Alder St. The Surety Shop.
WATCH REPAIRING.
WATCHES
" Repaired, any kind, fl.SO.
Jewelry- Co., 161 First.
Standard
MANUFACTURERS
HIDES. WOOL AND CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROTHERS, li3 Front st.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup,
PLUMBING 3CPP1.1KS AND PIPE.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-88-S7-S9 Front,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
E RPING & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER CO . Front and Morrison
MEETING NOTICES.
HASSALO
REGULAR MEETING to
night (Friday), 7:30 o'clock.
at I. o. o. F. temple. KJU Ai
der street. - All Oddfellows
are invited to come and see
the first degree exemplified.
4JA0E
A large attendance la ex
pected.
F. P. MILLS. N.-G.
W. D. SCOTT. Rec-Sec
PORTLAND A ERIK
NO. 4, FRATERNAL
ORDER OF EAGLES,
will hold regular meet
ing every Friday eve.,
8 o'clock. Paclfio States
ball. 11th and Aider
streets.
H. E. MILLER. Sea
PORTLAND AERIE NO. 4. F. O. E.. will
have their first class initiation on Friday,
February 11, at 8 P. M., - when Vancouver
team will confer the work on new candi
dates after Initiation. There - will be a
social session, to be followed by refresh
ments. All members of Portland Aerie
and visitora are requested to be present
on that occasion. H. E. MILLER, Sea
40 Alder street. -
SUNNYSIDE CHAPTER, NO. 42, R. A.
M., East 3!)th and Hawthorne: Called con
vocation tonight (Friday), 7:30 o'clock.
Work on M. M., P. M. and M. . M. de
grees Visitors welcome. By order of
E. H. P. W. J. 3RECKEL. Seo.
EMBLEM Jewelry, outtons, charms, pins,
new designa Jaeger Bros,. 131-8 Sixth at.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals. 810 Washington st.
DIED.
EHLERS At residence, 689 Pettygrove
street, February 10, Emma Ehlers, aged
30 years, wife of Gustave Ehlers, daugh
ter of Mrs, S. B. McCary, Siskiyou, Or.,
sister of Joseph Arens of Eagle Point.
Or. Remains are at McEntee & Eiler's,
Sixteenth, and Everett. Funeral notice
later.
HENKLE At Long Beach. Cal., Feb 9
at 2 P: M., beloved wife of C. O. Henkle.
. and daughter of C. E. and V. D. Howlett
cf this city, Mrs, MauiW Henkle. Notice
ot funeral later.. I
FUNERAL NOTICES.
PTERSON February"?! 1921, at M late
residence. 1284 East Thirty-second street
north, Emil J. Pierson, aged 40 years,
father of Jack Pierson, son of Mrs. Car
rie Pierson. brother of Anna L. and
Walter M. Pierson. Funeral services will
be conducted FridRy, February 11, at 2
P. M., from the Highland Baptist church,
corner East Sixth and Alberta streets.
Friends invited. Interment Lone Fir
cemetery. Deceased was a member of
Multnomah camp No. 77, W. O. W. Re
mains are at Pearson's undertaking par
lors, Russell street at Union avenue.
GALLAOHETR At the rerdlence. 5012 4th
ave. 8. E., Feb. 9. Minnie June Gal
lagher, aged 28 years, beloved wife of R.
E. Gallagher, mother of CleO EJain,
daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Feakea and
stepdaughter of George Feakes, sister
of Robert J. Gallagher of Ca.-lbaldi. Or.,
and Delmer of Portland, luneral serv
ices will be held Friday, Feb. 11. at
10 A. M. at the Portland crematorium.
Arrangements la care of Miller St Tracey.
HART Feb. 9, at 107S Stanton at.. Mrs.
Annie M. Hart, aged 68 years, beloved
wife of Col. M. S. Hart, mother of Fran
cis E. Hart, rrandmother of Margare
and Marion Frances Hart The funeral
will leave the above resideh-e Saturday,
Feb. 12, at 8.30 A. M.. thence to the
cnurcn or-the Madeleine, a. zsa sx. is.,
and Siskiyou, where services will be held
" at 9 o'clock. Friends are Invited. In
terment Ml Calvary cemetery.
TUTTLE At the residence. 1135 E. lftth
St.; N., Fanny Louise Tattle, belovea
mother of Mm T,. Wheeler and Ben H
Tuttle of this city and Emmet Tuttle of
San Francisco. Funeral services will be
held Sunday. Feb. 13. at P. M. at tne
Portland crematorium. Friends invitea.
Arrangements in care of Wilson & VVil
son. Piedmont undertakers.
FULLER In this city. February 9. 102L
Aiirea e. roller, aged 40 years, oetoveu
nusoana of Etna fuller and son oi Mrs.
Amelia Tracey of Chicago. III. Friends
invited to attend the funeral services
at Holman's chapel. Third and Salmon
streets, at 2 o clock P. SC .today (Fri
day), February 11. 1921. Interment
Riverview cemetery.
MARTINI At the residence. 508 Grand
avenue South. February 8. 1821. Marry
Martim. beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Enrico Martini. Funeral service will be
held at Holman's chapel. Third and
Sainton streets, at 2 o'olock P. M.. to
morrow (Saturday), February 12. 1921.
Interment Kose City cemetery.
McEWEN February 9. at the family red
denee, 28 East sixtieth street eoutn.
Andrew B. MoEwen. aged est years, hus
band of Rhoda McEwen. The remains
will be forwarded this (Friday) morning
by J. P. Finley & Son to Athena, or..
where service will be held and Interment
made..
BAKER The funeral service for the late
Robert C. Baker of 1232 East Davis
street will be held today (Friday) at
2:30 o'clock p. M. at Finley s mortuary,
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
Concluding service, Portland Cremato
rium mausoleum.
TILFORD In this city. February , 1921.
uavia w:- miora. area 73 yeana m
vate funeral services will --be held at the
residence, 335 West Park street, at 2
o'clock P. M. today (Friday), Febru
ary 11, 1921, Interment Riverview oeme-
aery. 7
BROWN The funeral service for the late
Jeremiah M. Brown of 269 Salmon street
will be held today (Friday) at 11:30
o clock A. M. at finieys mortuary,
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends Invited.
Concluding service, Cheney, Kan.
CLUDAS The funeral services of the late
Belle Cludas, aged 75 years, will be neld
at Sellwood Presbyterian church Friday
at 2:30 P, M. Friends invited. Re
mains at P. L. Lerch funeral parlors,
East 11th at Clay st.
MILLER In this city February 9. Levi
i. Miller. 02 years old. nemains will
be forwarded by McEntee & Eilers' fu
neral parlor to Granger, Wash., where
interment will be held.
FUNERAL CARS.
LIMOUSINES for funeral service. JONES
AUTO LIVEI'.Y. MARSHALL 114.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
USk tak
VAULT
ENTOMBMENT
or Cremation
Phone Sdlwood 967
Portland Crematorium
East 14th and Bybee
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less,
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington street, between 20th and
21t street. West Side. Lady assistant.
Main 2til. Auto. 6.8-t&.
HOLMAN & SON
(Walter J. Holman)
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
Third and Salmon Sts.
McENTEE & EILERS
. Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
a home, ICth and Everett streets. Phone
Broadway 2133. Automatic 621-38.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
The Residential Funeral Home.
441 Multnomah St.. Irvington diat. East 84
FINLEY'S MORTUARY
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH. MAIN 9.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS
(F. S. DunnlnB, Inc.)
"The family sets the price." 414 B. Alder.
LERCH. UNDERTAKER,
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone East 781
A, R. ZELLER CO.
692 Williams Ave.
Phone East 1088.
ekTJuVCe UNDERTAKING CO.
OIXLIILO
Third and Clay. Main 41S2.
BREEZE & SNOOK 1T(a4borBi'rnt:
A. P. KEN WORTHY & CO..
B802-04 02d St.. Lenta. Tabor BMT.
FLORISTS.
Smiths.FIower Shop
Portland's progressive florist. We Bpe
ciallxe In funeral designs. 141 V Sixth,
opposite Meier & Frank's. Main 7215.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.
Florists, SM Washington. Main 2B9.
Flowers for all occasions artistically
arranged.
NOB HILL FLORISTS
- (Estate Alfred Burkhardt).
N. H. cor. 23d and Glisan. Main 1SS9.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 2S7 Morrison St.
Main 77UU. f ine nowers ana lioral de-
signs. No branch stores.
PEOPLE'S
FLORAL. SHOP
245 Alder. Marshall 8022.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 2o7 Washington
t.. bet. 4tn ana otn. Main oiu; a, 1101.
MONUMENTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
266 4th St., QPP. t'lty Hall. NKU BROS.
fifb BLAESING GRANITE CO. i
ru THIRD AT MADISOM STREET I
Phone your want ads to The Ore
gonian. Main 7070, Automatic 560-95.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged era-
elty to animals. Offices, room laO
courthouse. Phone Main 378 from t
A. M. to 5 P. M.
Tbe society has full charge of tne city
pound at Its borne. 635 Columbia bou
levard. Fbone any time. Woodlawn
764. Dogs for sale. Horse ambulance
for sick or disabled horses. Small
animals painlessly electrocuted wbere
necessary, and stray animals cared
for. All dead animals, cows, horses.
ic, picked up free of cbarga,
KEW TODAY.
READ EVERY LINE OF THIS
Only J4200 buvs and pnvs In f'lll tor
this place. On the Orepon City car
line, close In to the business center of
this cltv, IS minutest- rlne witn tna
best car service. You drive to this
place over paved street and highway
the entire distance. This place is lo
cated rlht at the station, therefore.
with other valuable features which
you will read, makes it a first-class
nusiness location at one corner ot mo
land, as there is a larpe populat'on
surroundinsr this property, and any
kind of business would prove profit'
nhle to the owner. One acre of lane,
more than six big: lots, a!l of them
fronting on the paved highway and
canine. A store wouia pay nanu
Iv from the liav It Is open and
forever afterwards. No better loca
tion could be found close in to Port
land. It is a corner acre and riu'it
at the station, with 8c carfare. First
this land alone In Its location is
worth the full price asked tor every
other thine; that we throw in, and
amonsr the things that we throw In
are six blsr bearing English walnut
trees, which are a source of good in
come at the present time and which,
to some people, these trees alone are
worth the price asked. Six blp; full
bearing; cherry trees of the best va
riety: pears, plums, aimona trees 'n
full bearing, berries of all varieties.
Now, with all of this, you get also a
very substantial seven-room plastered
house with full new plumbing not
three months old, and that item aione
cost $900; brand new light fixtures.
There is In this house city water, gas
and electric lights. The following
articles are also to be thrown In at
the price: TJne steel range, cost jo;
three good rugs and a carpet, cost
$50: five small rugs, cost $25: a new
davenport, cost $110; three chairs to
match, cost $75; three beds, with mat
tresses, $150; buffet, cost $65; library
table, cost $25: dining table and
chairs, cost $60; sewing machine.
cost $50: new electric carpet sweep
er, cost $55: one dresssr. cost $20;
French plate mirror, coat $15; 40
chickens, tools, lawn mower and
numerous other articles will be
thrown In. which we do not mention.
Evervthincr c-oea. all readv to move
Into. Immediate possession given by
the owner, as he Is leaving lor jan-
fornia and must leave right away.
$4280 is all we ask. and all you have
to pay down is $2000, and this amount
you must have in cash, otherwise
there is no ueTb coming around. The
land without the building is worth
the fu-11 price. The house cannot be
replaced for the price asked, and the
furniture, which is thrown in, is
worth almost half the price, to say
nothing of the abundance of lruit
This is some bargain,, and please don't
forget it. Come running If you want
this place.
ill. J. I l.llfc.sl, 413 Abington uiag.
SPECIAL
AUCTION SALE
ox
TUESDAY NEXT, FEB. 15,
AT 10 A.M.
CONTENTS OF T1TE
BECK'S CONFECTIONERY
103 SIXTH STREET
Near Was-Ingtou.
Comprising LARGE MAHOGANY
HACK IIAR with vibrnlite front, made
o order, cost two thousand dollars;
PIPTEKN-KOOT MAHOtSANY COI N-
TKR with vibralite and onyx trim-
nvnps; LARGE SODA FOUNTAIN.
German silver, strictly up-to-date,
with ice cream containers Cot X
TKH AND SODA FOUNTAIN TOST
THJKTY-SEVEN Hl'NUKED DOL
LARS about a year aince; two ten
foot showcases, full plate irlass (cost
five hundred dollars each ) : NATIONAL
CASH li:;ISTKR, FORTY !IF.T.AL
FP..AME CHAIRS, ten TABLES TO
MATCH, two pood TOLEDO COM
PUTING SCALES. ELECTRIC MIVEIl.
pas hot-water heater. SODA CAIl
nONATOUS (cost two hirndred and
fifty dollars), fifty-four candy Jars,
eiitht mirrors, eight-day clock, pas
plate, all plassware, silver spoons,
etc., equipment of soda founta'n and
other numerous lots. ALL GOOD AS
NEW and POSITIVELY THE FINEST
GOODS OF THE IK KIND EVER
OFFERED AT AUCTION IN PORT
LAND. J. T. WILSON, AUCTIONEER,
Wanted
Income Property
Have party with well-located,
clear property In value to $35,
000 will pay cash and assume
mortgage for well-located In
come property either bnaineaa
or tpntaei t-house, up to
(75,000.
Inside Property Dealers,
12th Floor, Ycoa Building.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANERS
Finest Carpet Cleanera In CItT
We do all kinds of carpet cleaning,
refitting, aewing. laying, resizing,
binding- and dyeing. In our strictly
modern equipped plant.
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
SATISFACTION ti 11 Jl A TLLH
24 UOIK SERVICE
xl Rnara Steam Cleaned gl.KO
Plant and Office. 1(7 E. Lincoln St.
Phone E. D63 We Cal'. and Deliver
SKND ES YOl'R OLD CARPETS, OLD
Hue and Woolen Clothing We lake
Keversible, Hand-Woven
FLUFF RUGS
Sa Rugs woven, all sizes. Mail ordenv
Send for booklet. 3IattreNses renovated,
made over. Feather renovated, carpet
cleaning, refittitig. etc. Largest, fine,
equipped carpet cleaning, refitting
works ia Oregon. Separate plants. Unit
rugs steamed cleaned 1.50.
WESTERN FLLFJf Kt'O CO.,
54-60 Union Ave. N. at 6516
WE CALL AI DELIVER.
Fluff Rugs
made from worn-out carpets at B0 u?
logs. Woven to order; guaranteed.
9x12 rugs steam cleaned for $1.50.
We clean, refit and Jay carpet.
Phone Kant 3580.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
MORTGAGE LOANS
Lowest Interest lateal Instnllment re
payment It dealred. Buildinc loans
made. No delay In elosinsr.
A. H. BIRRELL-G1LL CO.
Formerly A. ff. Blrrell Co.
X16-2il Aorthvreatern Bank Buildlu.
Marshall 4114.
CLAY S. MORSE, INC.
Draymen and Warehousemen
Broadway 3470
Phone Your Want Ads to
THE OREGONIAN
Main 7070 Automatic 560-93
NEW TODAY.
105 ACRE
FARM, ETC.
AT
AUCTION
TUESDAY,
FEB. 15th,
10 A.M.
Located Z'x miles north of
Jefferson, Oregon. Known as
the Old Libby Place,
105-acre improved farm, U
fenced with woven-wire.
fencing- with good family or- ;
chard, including grapes, pears, -apples,
cherries, and other
Email fruits. Good seven-room
house with front and back
porches. Woodshed, good barn
40x60 ft- good silo 10x24 ft,
hog and chickenhouse; good
spring in pasture, good well
at house, 50 acres under high
state of cultivation, balance
timber and pasture; soil dark
loam with good drainage, ex
cellent view. Located only 'i
mile to school, has mail route
and telephone service. This .
farm will be sold without re
serve to the highest bidder on
the following terms and con
ditions, to wit: The purchaser
to assume mortgage of $4200,
payable 4 years from the 25th
day of March, 1921, at 6,
balance of purchase price will
be cash. Auto will meet morn
ing trains from north and
south, on day of sale. Also at
same time and place there
will be sold Ford car, 3 horRes,
5 cows, 30 shoats, -6 Duroc
sows and boar, 150 chickens, '
machinery, hay, grain, house
hold furniture, etc. Free lunch
at noon.
GEO. FEICKERT, Owner,
Route 2, Jefferson, Or.
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer,
Salem, Or.
Reserve this Adv.
Edward E.Goudey Co.
MORTGAGE LOANS
United States Ilnnk BulldlBir.
REAL KSTATF.
For Snip Flat and Amrtmrnt rmpertj.
CLOSE-IX, MOPFRN APARTMENT
In order to cIuhm n estste we ar"
offering a well-construrtt'd 2-storv and
liHHcment Apartment houae on a 60xl"0
lot. with nil improvements In and paid.
lor $1 -'.'".
JUHNSON-DODSON CO.,
KM X. W. Hunk Ulng Mnln 871T,
r'r puir lh-ueh lTupr ij
WAMC.U income ucHCh pmptiny ior
caFh. rooms and cotlufEes: mut be bar
gain, no-. n.err. r. v. uu w. w.
land
For Sale IxiU.
LAl'll-LHl'ltSI LOTS.
CLOSING TMEM Ot"T.
SOMK AS LOW A3 I'WO.
oa.- K.,,ti-. fp ciiHMi Atl Im
provements paid. lour opportunity i
value. Not many left.
COME OCT TODAY.
Office on the property at Kast S9ta
and Glisan st.
Also some fine houaos and bunralows
Monlavllla enr 10 S'.Hh. or phone Mr
7 ".'IK.
T.rT rtr:vEK ATTENTION.
lnti f will sell chfan or take aecoii'
a good chettp iot at lest tnan you j
ou l ta wnrth crime In And BCA mL
ii- r. T'.'t.-'rL'T i ii nil V W UI hMe-
YOb'H Ol'KOIiTtNITY.
T ii U a ti leer '
UCUrCIHUI Ol ium, ins s j '
... 1 !.. C. 1 A. LI r-
cany, kiuvk rmr-. -lu m i w. w-
nlntr Tabor BOfiT.
lor 3 or o yejirs.
DRRdoV HONI) MORTGAGXC CO..
2I8 SHI-UNO BUH1. MAIN 1S00
YuITK LAST C1IANC1S.
Laurrlhurst lots at these prices,
J. A. McCarty, i70'-4 Stark. Main 17uv
eVr-ninKs Tabor 30.-.7.
NORTH 40 let of lots l.". 16, 17, It, ulo' I
41. East St. Johns. llve me 0-fr,
MayvHle. N. D.
LAUK-CLiiUUST LOTS JJAKGAIN.
See J. A. McCartv, 270 V. btark
XI a in 1 70, evening- Tabor
t-s.i t i,t. in t.lo.-L- nn ISlh mid H.tlmii
for sale cheap, uooa siaewaiKs ia,
hlockn from car. Woodlawn 1 40.
CHOU'K LaurI hurst lot, Ankf ny, nvn
Dark. I12.i; clear, jmht. nair price, u
Tabor 1 SOI .
FOR SALE OR
TU ALE '2
Make offer.
Oregon
Alain
lots, clu&e in.
Owner.
LAUD'S AUDITION BEST.
8 choice home sites. Owner. -st 2154
CO FINE building Iocs. clop, in on Dlvuto
st Chfap. hy enrner. m ave a.
;,)U0 HAI.K block noria side Hunt Ual.
bftwen 1'Oth anfl 21st. Kant gtiMI.
IllVlNGTCI.N'S llKST -0 CllUIC- ilOil
tilTKS. OWN UK. EAST al-:.
CHOICE Walnut far- lot. fbon. Wooo
lawn K5h
B-AUTIKL'L lot 111 Waljut F.rk.
W'ooUlawn ft.'iL
FOR SALE Choice Irvlncton lot
Tillamook st.. t-MO. Scllwuud 215.
LOT close in on Milwsukl. St.;
Phone Tabor 7041.
For Sale House..
FOlt SALK llV OWNEK.
IJIXlll.
5-room cottsue. full eement bsseniT
summer kitchen, cemt-nt floor, sewr
nd street improved. 8 blocks fro
Vnion ave. cars; fruit and shrubber
good piuiublnK. lavatory, closets; lot ft'
100 feel. Terms. IHoo cauli bi.1. ea
..... vr.lln a:,47 Sh. owner. S7! I
7th St. N.
LAl'llELHCHST.
g ROO.M8 t liKDKOOMl
If you want a real home at a
elfM. nrlce ti me at oni-e; modwm
the letter, lnciuninir ook noors tnrouR
out: hot-water heut: Karage; Ideal lo.
tioa: aulck tLie price.
C. M. DERR,
1215 y. W. Hank linlg. Mar. i:l1
iU DOWN, tli MON'TUiY.
Splendid corner, lutixluo, In Woo
stock, wonderful garden soli, larre
room shack ux24. with gable roof,
very poor condition; ft blocks from ri
cement wsiks In and Included In t
price, which is JlOhu. Her. Is a chsn
tor a man able to do his own repali
Fred W. GermanCo.1jr82 Cham, of Coi
tooUO HAWTHORN E BUNGALOW 3..
O rooms, iiiciii.ib. uuni-inn, juii i
tnent basement, travs, Ftreet Improv
mcnts all paid. Who gets this? O
Rariabanirh. Tahir 4 .'!!.
VACANT alo3 4lli st. S. E. Lnok
l..
ev ana maaa ptiuc. Aw tit a.
f