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TIIE MORNIXG OREGONIAX. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922
Present System Held Cause
of Great Waste.
LOSS PUT AT - BILLION
National Jjumber Manufacturers'
Association Takes Vp Mat
ter at Session Here.
The need for -working out some
plan for the standardization of the
lumber product of the country with
a view to eliminating the enormous
waste In that industry was the prin
cipal subject taken up at the open
ing session yesterday at the Mult
nomah hotel of the directors of the
Nation Lumber Manufacturers' as
sociation. The session followed the
gathering of the directors of the
Western Pipe Manufacturers' asso
ciation held "Wednesday, and will
Ibe followed by the meeting of the
Northwest Lumbermen's association
at Tacoma next Wednesday.
About 15 directors of the National
ILumber Manufacturers' association
weTa present at yesterday's gather
ing, meeting with more than 100
1 lumbermen of the west, and with
William A. Durgln, representing the
United States department of com
jnerce for the discussion of general
problems of the lumber industry
and particularly the proposed pro
gramme of standardization,
r Waste Declared Great.
In an address made during the
j Session, Mr. Durgin. expressed the
' Ibeltef that the lack of standardiza
tion In lumber manufacturing was
largely responsible for the annual
waste in that industry, which he
placed at $1,000,000,000. Lumber is
mot alone in this respect, he de
clared, for he estimated that all the
large Industries are suffering from
the same lack of standardization
and suffer an annual loss of at least
t-.'SO per cent of the capital, material,
labor and mental effort expended In
their conduct each year.
"The combined efforts of state
end municipal engineers Kave suc
ceeded in developing 260 different
1 building codes," he said. "The
Sizes or sasn ana aoors are prooauiy
rwell into the thousands, and in fur
niture varieties have run riot. Even
for a tree you have, I understand,
SO-odd names for the same old pine
and at least 15 sets of dimensions
for a 2x4, while when it comes to
the grade of a board, you all agree
at least that opinions differ.
Situation Declared Serious.
"This wild orgy of diversification
thus has its humorous side, but
more important, it is a very ' real
and widely spread source of enor
"Simplified practice in, any field
will, we believe, secure some or all
of the following advantages: It
will decrease production costs,
stocks, selling expenses, misunder
standings and all costs to. the user.
Simultaneously, simplified practice
will increase turnover, stability of
L employment, promptness of delivery,
foreign "commerce, quality of prod
uct and, sweetest of all, profit to
producer, distributor and user.
"In lumber we feel certain that
the standardizations and simplifi
cations you have under considera
tion will secure these advantages
and in addition so elevate you in
public confidence as to remove
any present criticisms and firmly
establish you on the highest ethical
Discussion Follows Speech.
L. S. Case of pokane, chairman
of the committee on grade nomen
clature at the recent gathering of
lumbermen held in Washington,
ID. C for discussion of standardiza
tion plans, spoke on tne progress of
the plan for standardization, and
:A. C. Dixon of Eugene; president of
the West Coast Lumbermen's asso
ciation, also discussed this same
iplan of standardization. The gen
feral discussion was -presided over by
V.John W. Blodgett of Grand Rapids,
liUmDer Manufacturers' association.
The visiting lumbermen were
taken on a visit to the municipal
terminal at noon by the dock com
mission and had a lunch at the ter
minal. Last night they were tie
guests of the W.estern Pine Manu
facturers' association at a banquet
at the Multnomah hotel.
The sessions of the National Lum
!5er Manufacturers' association will
' (be continued today.
(ABSENT SOLDIER CAUGHT
trivate Wlio Left Camp Lewis an
, Army Motorcyle, Arrested.
ABERDEEN, Wash., July 27.
Special.) Private Frederick Pur
cell of Camp Lewis, 19 years old,
who was arrested in Aberdeen Tues
day might after about 30 hours' ab
sence from the military camp with
out leave, found Joyriding on Uncle
Sims motorcycles, especially when
a truant from camp, a risky busi
ness. Private Purcell toad taken, his
footlocker and extra clothing with
ifcim, (packing this material in the
side car of the army motorcycle.
He failed, however, to remove va
rious divisional insignia and gov
ernment licenses which made the
tmaclhine comparatively easy to trace
for Lieutenant I. V. Yeaton and Ser
geant Ralph C. Lord, his pursuers.
Purcell was under detention at the
camp on a charge of being absent
Without leave when he bolted.
HOOD TO GET NEW TRAIL
I'orester to Lay Out Route Around
Peak, Near Snowline.
HOOD RIVER. Or., July 27. (Spe
cial.) Unless his time is consumed
in fighting forest fires, Stanley
Walters, district forester, plans on
scouting the highland forests at the
base of Mount Hood this summer
to lay out the route of a trail that
will travel the entire distance
around the peak near the snow line.
The proposed trail is part of the
plans of the forest service in its de
velopment of the district and in
making it more popular with recre
atioaists. At the present time a
journey around the base of the snow
fields is hazardous, according to the
few who have made the strenuous
Lawyer Would Be Sheriff.
ASTORIA-, Or., July 27. (Special.)
-The announcement was made yes
terday that O. B. Setters will be a
candidate for the office of sheriff,
opposing Sheriff Nelson, at the re
call election August 11. Setters, who
is a local attorney, is expected to
file his petition tomorrow.
IT """'Z'i ' -&J?x -5-? i' " ' fv-'" " ni;
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Scene from Oscar Wilde's MA Woman
for the Majestic theater,
TODAY'S FILM FKATUHES.
Columbia House Peters, "The
.Majestic Valentino and Mae
Murray In "The Delicious
Rivoli Charles Ray in "The
Deuce of Spades."
Liberty Mack Sennett's "The
Crossroads of New York."
Heilig "Nanook of the North."
Second week. - ' .
Hippodrome Locke's "The
Glory of Clementina."
Circle Marie Provost in
OSCAR WILDE'S "A Woman of
No Importance" Is the coming
attraction at the Majestic the
ater. This Is the photoplay version
of his noted stage success irr which
Rose Coghlan. at the height of her
artistic career, scored a tremendous
There are no particularly big
names in the screen play. Evidently
the producers are satisfied to de
pend upon the story. This is in
finitely better than a high, priced
star's name at the front of the the
ater and nothing worth while on
the screen within.
An Irishman by birth. Oscar Wilde
became the lion of English literary
circles immediately upon his arrival
in London, where ha created a style
in 'his writings that has since re
mained a mark at which many
English authors are still shooting.
Wilde thought and wrote in epi
grams,' always displaying a keen
knowledge of human nature its
vanities and frailties. The pen In
his hands became a surgeon's scalpel
35! AnEHD INSTITUTE
EPWORTH LEAGUE MEET HAS
Dr. E. E. Gilbert at Falls City
Session. Pleads for Personal
Knowledge of Christ.
FALLS CITY, Or., July 27. (Spe
cial.) About 401 new registrant in
cluding a delegation from the Ne
halem Methodist Episcopal church.
arrived here yesterday for the Ep
worth League institute now in ses
sion dn the local parK. This maKes
a total of between 350 and 400 per
sons now camping on- the grounds to
attend daily classes and evening
This is a record-breaking insti
tute for attendance, according to
Registrar Haroun, of Portland. The
delegation yesterday was as large
as at the end of the week last year.
He looks for 100 more leaguers Fri
day and Saturday for the closing
The young folks are lrinciDallv
from northwestern Oregon, having
come from as far south as Eugene
and as far east as The Dalles, There
is also a representation from south
A plea for a personal knowledge
of Christ was the subject of the
message delivered at last night's
services by Dr. E. E. Gilbert, of
Salem, district superintendent of the
conference. A student council,
headed by Clarence Oliver of First
church, Salem, was elected yester
day, and drew up a set of permanent
rules for self-government. These
were adopted by the student body
FAT CATTLE ARE SCARCE
Umatilla Shipments Few Poor
Quality Holds Down Price.
PENDLETON, Or.. July 27. (Spe
cial.) Fat cattle are scarce in
Umatilla county due to the late
Bpring and the lack of good early
range feed. Shipments which gen
erally are moving fast at this time
are still very few and poor cattle are
holding down the price of beef, in
the. opinion of Robert Bond of
Ukiah, who was a business visitor
here and who runs a big cattle ranch
in the soVth of the county.
The first roundup of fat beef cat
tle of the John Day Stock company
was unsatisfactory, according to
. Pendleton buyers who attended.
SCHOOL HEAD IS HOME
Mrs. Preston Gets Chairmanships
in Rural Workl
OLYMPIA, Wash., July 27. (Spe
cial.) With important chairman
ships in rural educational work In
the General Federation of Women's
clubs and the National Education
association, Mrs. Josephine Corliss
Preston, state superintendent of
public instruction, returned yester
day from the east, where she at
tended conventions of the two or
ganizations. The General Federation of Wom
en's clubs, meeting at Chautauqua,
N. Y., created, a division of rural
education and Mrs. Preston was
chosen for chairman. Improvement
of No Importance," which Is booked
to lay bare the 6ecret mental pro
cesses that are forever -weaving
drama and romance in the walks of
life that the average individual con
siders hutndrum and prosaic.
Considerable nterest is being
manifested in "If You Believe It, It's
So," which is comingto the Liberty
theater. . This picture was produced
to be a successor to'" the screen fa
mous "The Miracle Man." Thomas
Meighan is featured in t.he new pro
duction. , .. '
There is- a decidedly different
theme ,In Florence Vidor's latest pic
ture, "The Real Adventure, which
la coming to the Heilig. The wife
in this picture desired to be her
husband's pal, his pal in everything.
He, however, merely regarded a wife
as a "man's possession." Some dif
The Shuberts, it is announced, will
star Sessue Hayakawa in a stage
play next season. Walter Jordan is
associated with, the Shuberts .in the
venture. Fred De Gressac is writ
ing the play.
Rod LaRocque, popular leading
man of the screen, has just com
pleted work in "What's Wrong With
the Women? This is a Daniel Car
son Goodman story, directed by R.
Universal 'has purchased two new
stories' for Gladys Walton. One is
'The Lavender Bath Lady," by
Shannon Fife, which George Ran
dolph Chester is putting into screen
rorm. -me otner is sawdust, a
Red Book magazine continued story
by Courtney Riley Cooper. Doris
Sohroeder is making it "movie wse.'
of conditions in rural education
the object of the new . division.
Mrs. Preston was continued in the
chairmanship of the committee on
school building programmes. The
committee has been conferring with
architects on a general sohool build-
ing programme for America. Mrs.
Preston found that a New York
scace survey on rural schools, now
being compiled, will advocate that
rural life be centered in community
centers rather than .in political or
ganizations such as townships or
AIRMAN ADVANCE AGENT
Pilot to Distribute Literature Pro
moting Pendleton Roundup.
PENDLETON, Or... July 27. (Spe
cial.) Advance information' of the
1922 Round-up will be given this
year in Portland, Sacramento, San
Francisco, San Diego, Monterey,
Denver, Salt Lake and other big
points by an arrangement made by
the Round-up directors with H. F.
Foot, airplane pilot, who will dis-
tribute literature about the big
event at these points.
Word hag been received here that
the annual award of the Police Ga
zette Tjelt will be made this year as
usual at the Round-up to the best
all-round cowboy. The belt is one
of the most prized awards of the
Boilermakers, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Car
Repairers, Car Inspectors, Stationary
Engineers,-Firemen and Round
house Laborers Wanted
To replace' men now on strike against decision of United
States Labor Board.
Steady employment and seniority rights
regardless -any strike settlement
Free board and lodging on premises during
present emergency with full protection guar
anteed. Free shipment families and household
goods when conditions become normal.
513 Oregon Building, Portland, Oregon
CITIZENS' GAMP OPENS
MILITARY TRAINING PERIOD
IN WASHINGTON BEGINS.
Staff of Instructors Includes Some
of Best-Known Officers or.
TACOMA, Wash., July 27. (Spe
cial.) The citizens military train
ing camp opened at Camp Lewis
today with an enrollment of approx-U
imately 750 men, 60 of whom, hail
Everything was In readiness for
the first arrivals. A competent per
sonnel of 80 reserve officers has
been organized to care for the phys
ical, mental and moral welfare of
the soldiers. -
The staff will include Colonel
Pegram Whltworth, chief of staff;
Lieutenant-Colonel Rn W. Morris,
executive officer; Major A. W.
Cleary, assistant to the executive
officers; Major A. S. Peake, adjutant
of the camp; Major Malcolm P.
Andruss, morale recreation officer,
and three overseas chaplains Jo
seph T. Conway, regular army chap
lain of the 3d division; J. W. Beara
of.jthe 96th division, and John P.
Armstrong, the fighting chaplain of
the 4th division.
Three prominent surgeons have
been detailed to care for the health
of. the camp Lieutenant-Colonel D.
C. Hall of Seattle, Major Herman S.
Judd of Tacoma, and Major T. W.
Burnett, regular army surgeon.
KIWANIS SCHEDULE OUT
Clubs Invited to Convention In
Olympia, August 21-22.
-OLYMPIA, Wash., July 27. (Spe-
ciai.)The tentative programme for
th4 Pacific northwest district con
vention of Klwanis clubs, to be held
dn Olympia August 21 and 22. was
sent out today to all Kiwanis clubs
In. the district by , Adolph Schmitt,
general chairman,- and B. F. Hume,
secretary of the convention com
mittee. Featuring the convention
will be the visit of George Ross,
internationaUresident, on the first
Headauarters for the convention
delegates will be at the Hotel
Olympian and convention sessions
will be held in the senate chamber'
of the capltol building. Committee
meetings will be held in tne iegis
lative committee rooms.
Registration will occupy the first
hour of the opening day from 9 to
10, and separate conferences of dis
trict officers and trustees, confer
ence club presidents and conference
club secretaries will be held from
10 to 11:30.
FERRY FOR AUTOS QUITS
Low Water Prevents Hood River-
HOOD RIVER, Or., July 27. (Spe
cial.) The automobile service of
the; Hood River-Underwood, Wash,
Ferry company has been put out of
commission by the fall of the Co
lumbia river to a point preventing
the landing of boats in a slough at
the edge of the local business dis
trict. Motorists now desiring to pene
trate Skamania county, Washington,
find it necessary to take the White
Salmon ferry. The river's fall adds
about five miles to the journey of
those motoring between here and
Underwood. Cars are unable to
negotiate the huge sandbar, on
which the boats land north of the
The Underwood ferry is operating
its boats for pedestrians on the cus
SEED POTATOES DOUBLED
Umatilla Increases Acreage for
PENDLETON, Or., July 27. (Spe
cial.) Doubling of the acreage of
potatoes which growers seek to have
certified for seed purposes is re
ported by Fred Bennion, Umatilla
county agent, who has returned
from Weston mountains, where the
crop is big this year. The certified
acreage last year was 219. This
year it will be about 500.
Netted gems and Earliest of All
are the two leading varieties. The
big premium paid for certified seed
potatoes makes the potato-growing
business profitable in this county.
Fifty-six growers have applied for
Henline Once Salem Resident.
SALEM, Or.,- July 27. (Special.)
Harvey Henline, 52-year-old .barbeT
who is under arrest in Portland on
a charge of having attacked Mrs.
Lydia Winesett, 70-year-old invalid,
formerly resided in Salem,' where he
followed the barber's trade. The
police said Henline had a good repu
tation while he lived in Salem. Port
land officers have asked the Salm
police for information regarding
Henline's' habits and reputation
when he made his home here.
Highway Work Rushed.
VANCOUVER, Wash., July 27. I
(Special.) The Pacific highway, I
which is being paved from La Cen-!
ter the northern boundary of Clarke
county, is scheduled to be completed
by August 15, fully SO days ahead
of the date set in the contract. Less
than 20 days of paving will be re
quired to finish the job. The paving
crews are taking advantage of the
long drouth, and are rushing the
road to completion before the early
fall rains set in. The highway will
be opened to traffic September 15.
Kian to Initiate 115.
OREGON CITY, Or., July 26.
OREGON CIT Or.. July 27.
Klux Klan will hold a public initia
tion at Gladstone park Saturday
night, July 29, at which time there
will be about 115 candidates initi
ated into the order. The initiation
ceremonies will take place at 9
P. M. on the baseball diamond. Vari
ous parts of the county are to be
represented in the initiatory cere
Farmer Commits Suicide.
KLAMATH FALLS,-Or., July 27.
David F. Wells, 48, farmer, was
found dead on the road near his
home four miles from Dorris, Cal.;
early Wednesday with a , bullet
wound through his heart. Notes
found on the body indicated that
domestic troubles had led to the sui
cide. Wells is survived hy a widow
and a 12-year-old son.
"THE GLORY OF CLEMENTINA"
COM E S
"CHASING the MOON"
(DON'T MISS THIS ' PICTURE)
FREE BALLOONS FOR KIDDIES
CHARLIE MURRAY (In Person)
BOB PENDER TROUPE
Eccentric, Acrobatic Dancers and
COSCIA & VEKDI PETTIT
Stringing Comedy Troupe
O'HANLON-ZAMBOUNIS & ELVIRA
Presenting "in Seville."
THE FUN CENTER
Open Duily .
CONCESSIONS, RIDES, SKATING,
ARMSTRONG BABY DOLLS REVUE
40 People Mt
EVERY WEEK A NEW SHOW
FRIDAY, JULY 28
Blgr Special Day for Shrlners
Cars from First and Alder.
THE CIRCLE THEATER
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OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
160 Courthouse. Phone Main U
from 8 A. M. to b P. M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at its home. 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 764. Dogs for sale. Horse am
bulance for Bide or disabled horses.
Email animals painlessly electro
cuted where necessary and stray
animals cared for. All dead anlmala.
sows, horses, eto, picked up.
At .'Wilson's Auction House. 10
Furniture. 169-171 Second street.
UlPrA HASSALO LODGE NO.
nAOjALU IB. I. O. O. P. Regular
meeting every rrmay
night at 8 o'clock. I. O. O.
F. hall, 8A Eleventh at.
North. Visiting brothers
J. W. DAVIS. JT. G.
W. D. SCOTT. Rec. See.
. uxoe .
AI.-AZAR PYRAMID, NO. 1,
MASTER BUILDERS .Regu
lar meeting tonight, 208
T. A. DREWS. K. of K.
MULTNOMAH CIRCLE. NO. 744,
meets this (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock,
Tenth and Taylor streets.
ELIZABETH LOVE. Correspondent. '
MEETING NOTICES. - j '
AND O E S The annual
-i....' j Portland i-hanter
it. 2, . i E
v. a. o., -"-
Hood lodes. No. 157. A. F.
AND A. M... will bo held at
Gladstone park. Sat., July
iU, 1922. Coffee will be lerved
on grounds free; alBO ice
cream and soft drinka. Danc
ing at A F. M. Automobiles
will meet Oregon City cars
tor grounds. Ball game and
other BDorts. Prizes. Admis
sion to park free: Masons, O. B. S. and
friends invited. Come early, bring your
lunch, and bave a good time wltn us.
Order. . SOCIAL. COMMITTEE.
AI KADER PICNIC.
Oaks park, Friday, July
July 28. First car on
which tltkets will be ac
cepted leaves First and
Alder at 11 A. M. Do not
delay. Secure tickets NOW
at recorder's office, 203
Imperial hotel. WEAR
YOUR FEZ. Visiting no
bles welcome. By order
of the illustrious poten-
HARVEY BECKWITH. Kec
ARAB PATROL AL-
KADER TEMPLE, A. A.
O. N. M. S. Members are
requested to attend the fu-
, neral services of our late
noble, J. A. Dllg. Satur
day. July 29, at 2 P. M
P. Lb . Lercb. undertaking
' parlors. E. 11th and Haw
HUGH J. BOYD.
OUL REAZEE GROTTO
Moonlight dance. Bluebird.
Alder-street dock. Friday.
August 4. Admission 55c each.
Tickets for sale at Nicoll.
the Tailor. 108 Third street,
near Washington street:
Olsen. news stand. Morgan
building lobby, or mail your check to 848
HARRY A. McRAE.
f i .1 1 ... ,
i any description, telephone
Broadway 929.1 uniy iia
sonic help furnished from
this office. No tharge to employer or
employe. N. H. Atchison, manager. .Ma
sonic ' headquarters, Multnomah hotel. .
"PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
55, A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication Satur
day. 1:30 o'clock. Pythian
bldg. Funeral services of our
late brother. Julius Dug.
Visiting brethren welcome. Order W. M.
i. J. Huuuiiiun, laec.
PORTLAND LODGE). NO,
85, A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication today
(Friday) :80 P. M.. Pythian
bldg. . A. degree and exam.
DILO Members of Waver
ly Chapter are requested to
attend the funeral services
of Brother Julius Dilg, to be
held at P. L. Lerch's funeral
parlors. Bast 11th and Haw
thorne. Saturday. July 29,
at a p. m. ,
ANNUS L. EWBLL, Sec. Pro Tern.
By order of Worthy Matron.
Grand picnic and' out
ing, Anchor Council, No.
b. a. A. "rne coun
cil That Puts- the 'Life'
In Living." Beautiful
Crystal Lake Park, at
Milwaukie, Sunday. Au-
eust fi. 1H22. Fill vour
lunch baskets, bring the children and
come. Dancing, boating, swimming.
games. Admission to parK, lu cents.
JOSEPH H. JONES. Ch. Committee
ORAM July 27, at the late residence.
3ti2H Larrabee street. Andrew Peter
Gram, aged 67 years, husband of Carrie
Gram, father o Fred P. and Harlan B.
Gram and Mrs. H. S. Rudd of Portland,
Mabel and Alice Gram of Washington,
D. C, and Mrs. Myrtle Gram Swing of
New York and Arthur J. Gram of Chi
cago, 111., and brother of Mrs. Hans
Sooguard of Omana, Neb. The remains
are at Finley's Mortuary, Montgomery
at Fifth.. Notice of funeral hereafter.
RASMUSSBN July 26. at the late resi
dence, 5th and East Gliaan streets.
Karen K., aged 74 years, wife of Hans
Rasmussen and mother of Arthur H.
Rasmussen of Hillsboro, Or., and Fred
J. Rasmussen of Kennewich, Wash.
The remains are at Finley's Mortuary,
Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of fu
neral hereafter. .
WAYNE In this city, July 27, Nel'ie C.
aged 50 years, wile of Charles Waxne
of 805 Thompson street. The remains
will be it the above residence until
5 P. M. Friday, and then will be for
worded by J. P. Finley & Son to Fort
Jones. Cal., where service will be held
and interment made.
SPERLING At the residence, 71D East
4Uth St., July 26, August Sperling, aged
05. husband of Amelia Sperling, father
of August Jr. and Ethel. The re
mains are at the Portland mortuary,
Morrison at 12th, west side. . Notice of
BAILEY At the residence, 110 N. 21st
si., July zi, ilarry Melvln Bailey, aged
ft years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bailey. Funeral notice later.
Remains at the residential parlors of
Miller & Tracey.
DE AVER In this city, July 26, Sherman
Deaver, aged 48 years. The remains
will be forwarded today (Friday) or J.
P. Finley ,& Son to Kelso, Wash., where
service will be 4ield and interment
CAVINESS In this city, July 27. Anna
D.. aged 36 years, wife of Alfred W.
Cavlness of Oswego, Or. The remains
- are at Finley's Mortuary, Montgomery
at' riitn. .notice ol zuneral hereafter.
JOLLY At his late residence, 5643 East
8Sd st. S. E., Archie Jolly, aged 65
years. Remains at P. L. Lerch Fu
neral parlors, juast 11th at Hawthorne.
Funeral notice later.
BATTIN Near Kendall station. July 27,
Hiram A. Batttn, aged 51 years, be
loved husband of Llnnie G. Battln,
father of LeBlie and Wllma Battin,
son of Caroline S. Battin, brother of
Constant E. Battin of Milwaukie,
Oren H. and Clazie Battin of Port
land. Funeral services will be con
ducted in the mortuary chapel of A. D.
Kenworthy & Co., 6802-04 92d st. S. E.,
in Lents, tomorrow (Saturday), July
29, at 2:S0 P. M. Interment Multno
mah cemetery. Friends invited.
HEIDEL At the residence. 471 Chan-
man. July 27, Frederick Martin Hei
del, aged 75 years, beloved husband
of Ursula, father of Mrs. Calhoun of
California. L. P. Heidel. Mrs. A. E.
Young, Mrs. Mary H. Forbes, all of
this city, Frederick G. Heidel of Sum
mit, ur., carl A. or Condon. Or.. Her
bert O. of jGlenwood, Wash. Remains
at - the residential parlors of Miller
& Tracey. Hillsboro papers please
BROOCK At Tillamook, Julj 23, 1922,
Charles Broock, aged 67 years, husband
Of Louisa BrOOCk fathfir nf Unn.rri
Broock of this city. The deceased was a
memner or uie sons of Herman. Fu
neral services will be held at the con
servatory chapel of the East Side fu
neral .Directors, 41 East Alder, Sat
urday, at 2 P. M. Friends invited.
Concluding services at Portland crem
atorium. BRYANT At Troutdale, Or., July 25,
Martha Bryant, aged 95 years, mother
of Mrs. Mattie Harris, Mary Wash
ington of Omaha, Neb.; Paul Bryant,
living in Missouri, and George Bran
steder. The funeral services will be
held from the conservatory chapel of
the East Side Funeral Directors to
day (Friday), at 10:30 A. M. Friends
invited. Interment at Mt. Scott Park
PARENTI In this city. July 24. 1922.
Julius Parent!, husband of Elsie
Parent!, father of Mary Parent!. Fu
neral services will be held at St.
Michael's church, Fourth and Mill
streets, Saturday, July 29, 1922, at 1:30
P. M. Interment Rose City cemetery.
Remains are at the chapel of Edward
Holman & Son, Third and Salmon
DILG At his late residence. 333 E. 42d
at., Julius A.- Dilg, aged 47 years. He
is survived by one son. Howard Dllg,
one brother, C. W. Dllg of this city.
and one sister, Mrs. Tlllie Moore of
Jennings Lodge. Funeral services, will
. be held at P. L. Lerch Funeral Parlors.
E. 11th at Hawthorne, Saturday, July
ztf, at 2 r. M. 'rienas invited.
JOHNSON In this city, July 26, Mabel
E. Johnson, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs.
G. A. Johnson. Friends are invited- to
attend the funeral services to be held
at the chapel of Snook & Wheaidon.
Belmont at 35th St., today (Friday) at
2:80 r, interment nose City ceme
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our heartfelt
gratitude and annreciation of the kindlv
assistance -shown us a the time of the
loss of our husband and father, also for
the comforting expressions tff esteem In
nis memory ana tor the beautiful flowers.
MKS. lj. J. H ACOJ.
MRS. ETNA M. COOK!
CHARLES A. BACON.
GEORGE S. BACON.
MRS. J. E. TRIPLETT,
. JOHN L BACON.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to eipress our Blncere gratt-
tude and appreciation to the friends who
M kindly assisted us during our recent
I sickness and bereavement. Also for th
MRS. C. J. STARRBTT
Bstacada. AND FAMILY.
LIMOUSINES for funerals, weddings,
shopping. Jones Auto Livery, Mar. 114.
PHONE BELL. 67.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Leu.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington St., bet. 20th and 21st
Eta., West Side. Lady Assistant.
Broadway 2691. Automatic 5 18-4 -i.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. 1. Kenworthy.
K. S. Henderioa.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
5S04 S2d St.. Lents Automatic 816-21.
HOLMAN & SON
(Founded in 1854.)
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 507.
McENTEE & E1LERS
Funeral parlors with alt the privxey of
HO me. J.om ana xvereit dis.
Phones: Broadway 2133. Auto. 531-113.
"BAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Family Bets the Price."
414 East Alder St.
Phones: East 52, East 0774.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont'at 35th. Tabor 125S.
B. M. Cuibrandson. . it. H. Reed.
CHAMBERS ,CO.. INC.,
248-250 KiUia-gsworth Ave. Wdln. 8308.
CVCUEQ UNDERTAKING CO..
Third and Clay. Main 4152.
: THE PORTLAND MORTUARY.
MORRISON AT 12TH. WEST SIDE.
- Broadway 0430.
? i. East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone East 0781
A D 7CI I PR Pfl 692 Williams Ave.
Phone East 1088.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
268 4th St., Opp. City Hall, NEU BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WORKS
... QUALITY MEMOwTALS
6. THIRD & PINE STS. (HOWE E.T43
CL'T. SEAM, nem, macnine-pieat skirt,
75c; hemstitching; mail orders solicit
ed. Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., 8514
6th St. '
ASSAVERS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142
Gold, silver, piatinum bought.
DR. McMAHON. bath.". Portland; steam
Bhowers, plunges, tubs, all for 33c;
tell your friends, 4tn and Washington.
THE IRW1N-HODSON COMPANY,
387 Wash. Bdwy. 434. Tabor 1254.
IAUY WflT Yflll 5 Thousands are tak
nni nUI I UU I ing Chiropractic dally
and regaining health. Dr. Margaret
Haynie, 215 Shetland Bldg. Bdwy. 6765.
WILLIAM, Estelle, Florello and DeWane
DeVeny, the only scientific chiropo
dists and arch specialists in city. Par
lors So2 Gerllnger bldg., southwest cor
ner Second and Alder sts. Main 1301.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Fool troubles
scientifically corrected, lady assistant.
512 Morgan bldg. Main 8762.
DR. U. S. G. AND MRS. FLETCHER,
Modern Chiropodists Selling-Hirsch
bldg. 336 Washington st. Main 3(13.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg.. Broad"
way 7596. No collections, no charges.
KINOLER'S Dancing School. Best in
struction; private and class daily.
Broadway and Main. Aut. 613-39.
DR. B, E. WRIGHT
Third Floor Raleigh Bldg.
Corner of Sixth and Washington Sta
Broadway 7219. Automatic 2119.
We Can Prove This
DR. A. W. KEENK
Your "Teeth Sleep" While We Work.
Above Majestic Theater. 351 Wash, st
O. C. PRITCHARD, private detective;
day calls. Main 8664; night calls. Auto.
614-10. 1333 Northwestern Bank bldg.
DOJ AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL.
E. 7th and Grant sta; both phones; day
and night service;'. 3 veterinarians.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
Phone 827-27. 228 Main St
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer. 628 Chamber
of Commerce bldg.
Out of the High-Kent District.
jeuia experience, nonsuit us
free. Thousands of satisfied
patrons. Dr. Samuel Goodman, asso
ciate optometrist Main 2124.
Chas. W. Goodman. 209 Morrison.
Sr5--o WHY PAY MORE?
rfCrSv"G,a8seB m gold-filled frames
YtfHted to your eyes, $2.50;
3S double vision glasses at low
prices, satisfaction "guaranteed. Dr. A.
E. Hurwitz, optometrist. 223 First st
DR. GEORGE RUBENSTEIN, veteran
optician; eyes tested, glasses fitted,
broken lenses duplicated very reason-
ably. 226 Morrison at. Main 6661.
1000 Letter Heads J4.75
1000 Envelopes 4.75
1000 Bill Heads 4.75
1000 Statements 4.75
1000 Cards , . . . 2.76
CASH PRINTERY, MAIN 6134
F. W. BALTES & Co.,
FirM at Oak. Broadway 4641.
R. C. WRIGHT, registered patent at
torney 25 years; if invention really
valuable see attorney. 601 Dekum bldg.
SPECIALTY mfg. by skilled mechanics,
patents developed. Kauffman Mfg. Co..
2S8 Union ave. East 3245.
PAPERING, painting, tinting; work guar
anteed. O. E. Suderstrom. Sell. 1493.
PIPC Repairs by experts.
I II CO Pipe Shop, 272 Wash.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway build
ing, stomach, bowels, liver, kidney,
bladder, rectal, prostate and. female
disorders, without operation.
BELLEVSEW SANITARIUM .
REST CURE, INVALID AND CON
VALESCENT HOME, STANDING IN
ITS OWN BEAUTIFUL 6 ACRES OF
GROUND OF SHADE TREES. EX
CELLENT HOME COOKING AND
THE BEST OF CARE. FOR TERMS,
APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT.
Foster and Spring Roads. Phone Auto.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.,
474 Glisan St Broadway 138L
Four Warehouses on Terminal Tracks.
DO NOT throw your watch away; I will
repair, guarantee any watch 2 years;
prices reasoe-bie; 20 years' experience.
Harry Brown. 171 First at.
CALL ATWATER 0753
328 Morrison St.
1M Woyuntitun 5irl
established 1800. Main 369.
Flowers for All Occur Ions Artistically
Roses nnd Orchids a Specialty.
HOT HOUSES ; Z
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Washington, Bet. 4th and 5th Sts.
Phone Broadway 4527.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florists. We spe
cialize in funeral designs. 141 Sixth,
opposite Meier & Frank's. Main 7215.
Made front yonr old worn-out carpet.
avea halt- the price of new ruKfc
fiend your raga and woolen olotn.
Mali Orders. Bend for Booklets
fixlS lCuc. LSteam Cleaned, $1.50 .
. East 858a 188 E. 8th SU
sSOKTUWE&T UUU CO.
Basfneftsi properties 6. Residence
leans low rate. Installment repay
ments If desired. Loan, promptly
A. H. Birrell-Gill Co.
Slft-210 Northwestern Bank Bnllding
Edward E. Gcudey Co.
Cnited.-Htates Bank Ituildinc -
For Sulf Flat and Apartment Property.
HAST SIDE FLATS CLOSE IN.
Near Broadway, upper and lower. 5
rooms each: exceptionally well built.
Very best condition. Separate cement
basements and furnaces; steady rentals
and good income. $ll500 cash, balance
$40 monthly, (1 per cent interest. No
incumbrance. See at once. Bdwy. 0011.
T. O. BIRD, 526 Cham, of Com. Bldg.
FIRST TIME OFFERED.'
24 rooms, nicely furnished, centrally
located, west side, always full, neat as
a pin, money maker, 53000 will handle;
shown on appointment only; no infor
mation over phone. See Rippey. 610-11
McKay bklg.. 3d and Stark.
2-FAMILY FLATS. S-ROCjil.
Newly renovated, 2 furnaces, fire
places, rental $75 per montn; price
10000; $1001) cash, balance terms, or
would consider good house equity as
part payment. O 808. Oregonain.
(5500 FINE pair flats in swell section.
324 14th st. Tabor 5523.
For Sale Lots.
kose crry park.
PAY $50 (.'ASH.
Balance easy monthly payments, in
terest at G.
228 Henry Bklg. Tiilwy. 4754.
' ROSE CITY PARK $750.
E. SSTH. NEAR SANDY.
50x100 lot on E. 3Mh tit., east front,
100 ft. south of Siskiyou; several fir
trees 'in this lot.
HENDERSON -BAN KITS CO..
22S Henry HI dir. Bdwy. 4754.
100x150 corner on 24th st. north,
west side, facing on carline, near
RITTER. LOWE - CO.. REALTORS.
' 201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
RUSK CITY PARK.
1 BLOCK TO SANDY BLVD.
50x100. east front, lots with sewers
in and paid; IS inches above grade.
22( Henry Bldg. Bdwy. 4754.
IRVINGTON BARGAIN Quick action
necessary; E. 21st, facing E.. 50 ft.
north of Klickitat; lot ready to build
on; basement partly in; $1350 buys it;
RITTER, LOWE & CO.. REALTORS.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
A splendid corner on Portland blvd.,
east front, all improvements in. Price
$450 plus $255 city Hens. See Dwyer,
with Fred W. German Co., Realtors,
732 Chamber of Commerce.
"5x100, east facing, on 17th between
Knott and Stanton; $2500.
F. E. BOWilAN & CO.,
210 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
THINK this over. An extra large lot.
50x134, on Mt. Tabor, between 72d and
73d, on Taylor, unobstructed view; just
the place for a home. Try and get one
in this neighborhood for $440. See
owner. 1947 Hawthorne ave.
50x100. ROSE CITY DIST. '
CLOSE TO SANDY.
For quick sale; $700; assessments
paid; easy terms
1895 Sandy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
IRVINGTON $1350 Beautiful east front
on E, 21st, 50 ft. north of Klickitat;
level with grade; this is a real bar
gain; better hurry If you want It.
RITTER. LOWE A CO.. REALTORS
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
CORNER lot. Rose City addition, im
provements in and paid; second mort
gage privilege; terms. Owner Mr.,'
Goudy. -Bdwy. 0344. Evenings Bdwy,
THE BEST BUY IN IRVINGTON.
40x100. on Tillamook, near 24th: all
improvements paid. Price $1300 cash.
633-N. Vr. Bank Bldg. Main 3787.
LOOK! $250 DOWN. R. C. D.
New 4-room bungalow, foment base
ment; a dandy place; $2350.
1835 Sandy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
ALAMEDA, PARK $1300.
Choice lot in best part of Alameda,
all improvements in and paid.
J. R. HA1GHT.
851 Ankeny. Bdwy. S045.
ROSE CITY DIST.. E. 63d N. '
3 lots, 50x100 each; take 'em all for
1833 Sandy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
FINE lot, sidewalk and sewers In, near
Killingsworth car, schools and park;
$450. easy terms. Walnut 3708 even
i n gs.
FOR SALE Good corner lot. 17 East
Davis; also quarter block, I8th and
East Glisan, on good terms. Phone
owner. East 2704.
By owner, Stephen's addition. Grand
ave., 4 blocks from Hawthorne. Call
THE CHEAPEST lot in Ladd Addition,
HARRY BECKWITH, Realtor.
213 Corbett Bldg. Main B6fl.
CHOICE Eastmoreland lot 17. B 31. will
be sold this week for best cash offer.
BEAUTIFUL 50x100 lot In grove of fir
- trees near Glisan on 67th. Price $325.
Call Tabor 7547.
TWO BEAUTIFUL lots in Beaumont,
one or both; very reasonable. Mrs.
Rector. 818 Henry bldg. Bdwy. 4835.
For your Alameda park lot bargains
see V. T. Ferguson. Bdwy. 4B20.
CHOICE, close-in lot. East 28th and Hoi
Kate; bargain if taken at once. East
LOT 50x100, 38th and Going; $300 cash:
best buy in city; everything paid. 625
FOR SALT Lot on Sandy blvd. near
37th. East 2119.
CORNER lot. Rose City Park; ceBspool
in and some lumber.. Tabor 9543.