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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1923
SNUZEN IS NOW
i Second Title in Year Won by
Young Golf Wizard.
FRENCH BEATEN, 4 AND 3
Finals of Tourney at Pittsburg Is
Desperate 3 6-Hole Battle.
Gallery Ordains Victor.
OAKMOXT COUNTRY CLUB,
Pittsburg, Aug. 18. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) - Four years agro a
17-year-old caddy named Eugene
b'arazen sat under a tree on a golf
course at Rye, N. T., and told him
self in a day dream that hex was
going to become king of all Amer
ican professionals. That dream came
true today on the hill-capped and
trench-scarred course at Oakmont.
The same Gene, already open cham
pion of the United States, captured
the final round of the national pro
fessional tournament from Emmett
French of Youngstown. Ohio, four
up and three to play, in a desperate
36-hole struggle that was nip-and-tuck
through the turn of the after
Both players showed the effects
of nervous tension throughout the
match Neither took spectacular
TonnKKter Is Acclaimed.
'When Gene halved the 33d hole in
four a record-breaking gallery
swept onto the green and the
youngster quickly was hoisted to
the shoulders of friends. French
was not forgotten. He, too was car
ried to the ISth noie. where victor
and runner-up received the fruits of
triumph. To Gene went the big sil
ver cup, which will remain for a
year at the Highland Country club
of Pittsburg, where he is the pro
fessional. A diamond-studded medal
and a check for $500 alsowere pre
sented to the champion by W. C.
Fownes Jr. of Pittsburg on behalf
of the tournament committee.
A gold medal and $250 were given
to French. The 'big. good-natured
star from Youngstown pocketed his
prizes, gave Gene a rousing slap on
the back and trudged to the club
house. The crowd understood.
French gave Sarazen a mighty bat
tle, but Gene refused to crack under
Australasians Now Need But One
More "Win to Reach Play
With V. S. Team.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 18.
Australia Davis' cup tennis team to
night stands within one match of
the challenge round and the right to
play the United States trophy de
fenders. On the courts of the Ger
mantown Cricket club this after
noon Gerald L. Patterson and Pat
rick O'Hara Wood defeated Manuel
Alonzo and Count Manuel de Go
mar, the Spanish representatives, in
the doubles match in straight sets
by scores of 6-3, 6-3, 6-4.
While the play was closer than
the score would appear to indicate,
the Australians always dominated
the contest and seldom failed to
come through with the winning
stroke when a point was actually
necessary. Both Alonzo and De
Gomar were fast afoot and with
racquet, but even when close to the
corded barrier they hit overhead
shots that were repeatedly hurled
back by one or the other of the
Australians. Patterson was the
best of the quartet in this form of
Tomorrow Patterson will play
Alonzo. and O'Hara Wood will meet
Count de Gomar in singles, and. to
reach' the challenge round the Span
ish players must win both matches,
a feat considered improbable by ten
nis experts here.
HELEN IS TENNIS SENSATION
Lass of 16 Defeats Mrs. Bundy
and Will Play Molla Today.
FOREST HILLS, N. T.. Aug. 18.
Miss Helen Wills of San Francisco,
a quiet, cool lass of 16 summers, at
the West Side club today, reached
heights In the tennis world that
seldom are approached by women
who have spent the energy of years
contesting with stars of the court.
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Repairers, Car Inspectors and Round
house Laborers Wanted
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Steady employment and seniority rights
regardless any strike settlement.
Free board and lodging on premises during
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Open Week Days and Sunday, 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
By an exhibition of sheer steadi- J
ness. the youthful Californian de
feated in straight sets Mrs. May
Sutton Bundy of Los Angeles, the
only American to -win the British
women's title at Wimbledon and -an
ex-American national champion.
She won the American title nearly
two decades ago, when only a year
older than Miss Wills Is now. The
score was 6-4, 6-3. The conqueror
of Mrs. Bundy tomorrow will accost
the supreme test of her mounting
ambition Mrs. Molla B. Mallory of i
New York, who has sat on the na
tional throne for years. Mrs. Mal
lory toyed today with Miss' Leslie
Bancroft of West Newton, Mass.,
defeating her 6-0. 6-4.
This victory was an unexpected
one for Miss Wills. When the tour
nament opened she was conceded a
chance to defeat Mrs. Marion Z.
Jessup of Wilmington, Del., but her
sister Californian, it was antici
pated, would block the young star's
hopes. Her defeat of Mrs. Bundy
today was a sensation to followers
of the game, for Mrs. Bundy has
been recognized this season as Mrs.
Mallory's closest rival.
1355 ENTRIES IN MEET
ANNUAL PLAYGROUXD EVENT
AT PEXIXSUXA PARK TODAY.
Girls' Competition to Start at
10:30 in Morning and Boys'
at 1:30 in Afternoon.
A total of 1355 youthful boy and
girl athletes have entered the an
nual playground track and field
meet to be held on the Peninsula
park field today. The girls' events
will start at 10:30 o'clock this morn
ing and the boys' events will start
at 1:30 in the afternoon.
The number of entries in each
Group No. 1 Eight years of age end
under, 72 entries.
Group No. 2 Nine to 12 years of age.
Group No. 3 Thirteen to 15 years of
age, 383 entries. .
Group No. 4 Sixteen to 17 years of
age. 136 entries.
Group No. 5 Unlimited, 126 entries.
Commissioner Pier will present a
championship trophy to the winning
park team. The girls' relay leads
ail events in the number of individ
ual entries, with 67. There are 43
entries in the girls' dashes and 36
entries in the boys' dashes. No en
tries will be accepted- on the field
with the exception of the unlimited
classes. The meet will be held, rain
The officials follow:
L. V. Windnagle. referee; Eleanoi
Spall, scorer: Bill Smythe, announcer.
Broad Jump officials Harry Kanio,
Hill Military academy, clerk; R. G.
White. Jacob Enkles. Marie Tonseth, No
Tug-of-war T. Morris D'inne, secretary-treasurer.
Pacific Northwest asso
ciation; Floyd Bowles, Edwin Kratt.
Target throw and shot put Louis
Galio. bureau of parks; Ruth Sussman,
P. H. Eckerson.
High Jump John Murphy, ex-national
high Jump champion and member of
the Olympic team, clerk; Vern Gooley,
Sprints, hurdles and relays-Hugh
Boyd, clerk, principal Washington high
school; George Philbrook, starter; Hu
bert Reilly; Don MacPhersbn, Emma
Garbade. Mrs. Grace De Boest, F. E.
The events follow:
Girls Running broad jump, running
high Jump, 50-yard dash, baseball throw
for distance, 12-inch indoor baseball tar
get throw, so-yard hurdle race, snuttie
Boys Running broad jump, running
high jump, 50-yard dash groups. 100
yard dash groups, shot put groups, 12
inch indoor ball throw for accuracy,
group; hurdles, tug of war, shuttle re
lay. Schedule Not to Be Changed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 18. Plans
to play all games in the Pacific
Coast Baseball league scheduled for
Salt Lake City in San Francisco on
account of unsettled railroad con
ditions, have been dropped as a re
sult of the clearing up of those
conditions. President McCarthy
notified the clubowners today.
30 ACHES OF FUN. OPEN DAILY.
Rides, Concessions, Dancing.
Picnics, Swimming, Skating.
Last Two Performances Today at 3
Tonight at 9
BABY DOLLS REVUE. IN
" Frolics of 1922"
Best Seats 10 and 20 Cents.
Death-Defying Parachute Drop from
Mammoth Balloon by Prof. Le Strange,
Cars from First and Alder Fare 6c.
THE CIRCLE THEATER
Fourth at Washington.
Open from o'clock In the morn.t
on:il 4 o'clock the following mnrntDi.
Ainsrica s oieatest Author-Actor
In Ilia First and Greatest Success
THE JARV1S REVUE
With Wlllard Jarvis and Roe- Reeves.
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
TWENTY -FIFTH AND RALEIGH
THE GIANT COMBINATION
f RIMCLINC K1 BABNUH 11
Ifri DOUBLE IENCT
I WW I
DOORS PEN AT 1 AT .M. j
PCSFORHAMCtS AT ZO.-8 P.M.
OK TICKET ADMITS TO EVERTTiUSC fFfiT?m
Tickets on Sale Show Day at Owl
Drug Co., Broadway and Washing
ton. Same Prices aa Charged on
Continuous how 1 to J I f.
In "From the Ground l"p
Children Always 10c.
Adults. Afternoons 20c, Evenings 3 Sec
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Council Crest Park
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B KS1. 871. 870, 857. 855.
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R 853, 862, 817. 869, 855, 826. 874. 797.
S 851. 853. 856, 861. 874, 862. 865. 802,
V 827, 857. 876. 858, 870, 862. 863. 860.
W 537. 867. 732, 861, 830, 829. 861. 842,
X 485, 832. 867, 875.
Y 834, 861. 804. 327, 827. 865.
AB 850. 849, 842.
AC 857. 872. 862. 827. 862. 859. 840. 834,
860, 873. 852. 839. 843.
AE 867. 856. 870. 837, 849, 852, 845. 860,
581. 834. 810, 869.
AF 813. 836, 831. 809, 863. 844. 860, 862,
AG 737. 85S. 7.
AH 873, 737, 835. 850. 859, 816. 862. 874.
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AL 875, 813, 869. 855, 862. 809. 823, 831.
AM 852. 853, 739, 835. 833, 870, 738,
813. 803. 8b6. 80S, 687, 848.
AN 856. 810. 848. 866. 854, 857, 773
596, 855. 831.
AP 952, 867, 870.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
MODERN 5-rocra flat, central; porches;
rurniture lor sale reasonable. 592
for members, friends and
public Tuesday night.
August 22d.. W. O. W.
hall, 128 11th St.. given
by Anchor Council No.
746. Security Benefit As
sociation. Wear your
fiArnn' Hi-ima. - .. ,. - 1 .. r
the goods to match your apron which
will be given to a gentleman who will
be your partner for the first dance. Ad.
mission 35 cents. Fun for everyone;
largest crowds and best time: come, get
acquainted with a live bunch.
BIG PIC VIC.
YSTAL LAKE PARK,
n NDAY. AUGUST 20.
Eureka Council, 204
S. B. A. Boating, swim
ming and bowling. Fine
prizes for games and
races of all kinds for
ooin young and old. Spe
cial prizes for best dressed
and most comic doll. Dancing afternoon
and evening. Pearl Rea's 6-piece or
chestra. Admission 10 cents.
B. P. O. ELKS NO. 142.
Members are requested
to meet at the chapel of
The A. R. Zeller Com
pany, 592 Williams ave.,
this (Saturday) afternoon.
4 o'clock, to conduct the
funeral services of our
late brother. Sidney W.
Hoffman. Visiting mem
bers Invited to attend.
M. R. SPAULDING. Sec.
Regular meeting of
Abd-uhl-Atef Temple No.
117 D. O. K. K. will be
held Saturday at 8 P. M.
on the fifth floor of, thsH
rytnian Dtag. important
business. All visiting Vo
taries are welcome. By
order of the R. V.
. TH AD. L. GRAVES. Sec.
OREGON SHRINK NCh 1. W.
S. J. Members of Oregon Shrine
are invited to attend picnic at
Peninsula park, (today). Satur
day, August 10. Special features
mmm m the arternoon, dancing in
evening. Bring your lunch, cups and
spoons. Coffee and rixings furnished by
committee. CLARA B. GRAHAM.
LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Resruiar meetines held first
and third Saturday evenings
of each month at o clock.
No. Ilth at. N. Visitors cordially
CAROLINE ALEXANDER. N. G.
ANNA L. OSVOLD. Sec
IONIC COURT NO. 1, OR
DER OF THE AMARANTH
Stated meeting this (Satur
day) evening at 8 o'clock, in
Pythian Temple, Pant and
Yamhill sts. Social.
ALICE C. GIBBS, Sec.
Apron dance for the public Tuesday
night, August 22. W. O. W. hall, 128
1 1th st., given by Anchor Council No.
746. S. B. A. Wear your aprons; fun
for all-at 35 cents.
KLANSMEN There wili be a regular
business meeting, Monday, August 21,
at o f. m. lour presence is aesirea.
F. L. GIFFORD, E. C.
Five hundred card party given by Lau
rel Club Wednesday, August 23. 409
Alder street. 10 prizes. 1 door. 80 hands. !
Admission 25 cents.
Hall on Washington st., for rent after
noons, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
nights. Apply Maccabees, Morgan bldg.
STEVENS At the residence, 5356 Fortv
fourth atret S. E.. August 18. Julia
Martha Stevens, agre 70 yearsr Remains
are at the residence funeral parlors of
Walter C. Kenworthy. 1532-34 East
Thirteenth street. Notice of funeral
CORCORAN In this city. August 17,
Daniel Corcoran, aged 50 years. Tha
remains are at Finley's mortuary.
Montgomery at Fifth.
LEE Tn this city, Aug. 18, 1922. at his
residence, 1030 Division St., Richard
Cloyd. beloved husband of Annie G.
Lee. aged 81 years eight months 19
davs. Deceased is survived by a
widow, Mrs. A. G. Lee: two sisters,
Mrs. Spencer Trotter. West Chester,
Pa., and Miss Margaretta Lee. Re
mains a the Skewes establishment,
corner 3d and Clay. Funeral notice
JOHNSON Amr. 18. 1922. at the family
residence, 48:i 33d ave. S. 30.. Mrs.
, Christina Johnson, aged 80 years, be
hoved mother of Mrs. V. F- Kelly. Miss
Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. F. B. Barton
and David Johnson, all of Portland,
and two grandchildren. Ethelwynne
and Don Kelly. Funeral services will
be conducted August 20 at 1 P. M.
from the first Swedish Baptist church,
corner of 15th and Hoyt sts. Friends
invited. Interment Mission cemetery.
Salem, Or., by autos. Remains at
Pearson's undertaking parlors, Russell
st. at Union ave. Salem papers please
METER At the late residence, 1841
Division, August lfl, 1922, John Meyer,
aged 71 years, husband of Lena Meyer
and father of Mrs. W. Wray and Mrs.
CUude Carlile. W. H. of Wasco, Or.;
Harry J., John C, Frank S., Edward.
Charles A.. Rudolph O., Emery E-. all
of Portland. Friends are invited to at
tend funeral services to be held at the
above residence Saturday. August 19,
at 2 P. M. Interment in Multnomah
cemetery. " Funeral arrangements in
charge of Snook & Whealdon. Please
SIRANNI In this city, Aug. 17. 1922.
at Good Samaritan hospital, Sam
Siranni, aged 63 years two months four
days. Deceased is survived by a
widow, .Catherine Siranni; three sons,
Steve. Frank and Leo Siranni, and a
daughter, Mrs. Caroline Donate. Fu
neral will be held today, Saturday,
at 9 a. m. from the chapel of the
Skewes Undertaking Co., corner 3d and
Clay, thence to St. Michaels church
where mass will be offered at 9 :30
a. m. Friends invited. Interment Mt.
HOFFMAN August 16. Sidney W. Hoff
man, aged 39 -years, beloved husband
of Louipe Hoffman and father of Will
iam, Richard and June Hoffman;
brother of B. O. Hoffman of Prescott,
Ariz.; L. D. Hoffman of Siletz. Or.;
Mrs. E. J. Hayes of Fortland; Mrs. F. L.
Jnnes of Wmteson, Or. and Mrs. B. u,
Armstrong of Enumclaw. Wash. Fu
neral will be held today, August IP. at
4 P. M-. from chapel of A. R. Cellar
& Oo.. 592 Williams avenue. Interment
Mount Scott cemetery. Deceased was a
member of Portland Order of Elks.
MANXION At residence, 367 Twenty
ninth street North. Evelyn Mannion
aged 53 years, motner of Mrs. R. W.
Schmeer, Margaret and Dorothy Man
nion and sister of Mrs. C. H. Dexter
and Mrs. A. C. Dayton. Funeral will
be held from McEntee & Euers par
lors. Sixteenth and Everett streets,
Monday. August 21, at 8:30 A. M.,
thence to St. fatricKs -cnurcn, nine
teenth and Savior streets, at 9 A. M.,
where- reaulem mass will be offered.
Friends invited. Interment Mount
METER At the late residence. 1841
Division, August 16, 1922, John Meyer,
age 71 years, husband of Lena Meyer
and father of Mrs. W. Ray, Mrs. Car
lisle, W. H. of Wasco, Or.; Harry J.,
John C, Frank S., Edward, Charles A.,
Rudolph O., Emery E., all of Portland.
Friends are Invited to attend funeral
services to be held at the above resi
dence. Saturday, August 19, at 2 P. M.
Interment in Multnomah cemetery.
Funeral arrangements in charge of
Snook & Whealdon. Pleaee omit flow
ers. MAZOR In this city, August 18. Louise
Mazor. age 51 years, beloved wife of
Samuel P. Mazor, daughter of Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith of Camas, Or., sister
of Mrs. Ella Nelson of Marshfield, Or.;
Mrs. Rose Meade of San Diego. Cal. ;
Charles and Frank Smith of Camas,
Or., and Dan Smith of Marshfield. Or;
George and John Smith of Portland.
Funeral services will be held Monday,
August 21, at 10 A. M. at the chapel
of Miller Sr. Tracey. Interment at Mult
McGEF August 17. at the late residence,
885 Woodworth avenue. Garnet A., agea
43 years, wife" of William H. McGee,
mother of Miriam McGee of Portland;
- daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Long of
Newman, 111., end sister of P. P. Long,
Mrs. Mabel L. Winn, Mrs. Cecile Sim
mons and Mrs. Faye Baxter. The re
mains will be forwarded today (Satur
day) by J. P. Finley A Son to Tuscola.
111., where services will bo held and
PICKETT -August 16. 1022, George Pick
ett, aged iO years, father of Mrs. Pearl
Spieler of Portland, Mrs. Nellie Bet
of Seaside. Ralph Pickett of Portland.
William Pickett of Seaside, Rufus Pick
ett of Brooklyn. N. and Fred Pick
ett of Manhattan Beach. Funeral serv
ices will be held today, August 19. at
2 P. M., from chapel of A. R. Zellar &
Co., 592 Williams avenue. Interment
Rose City cemetery.
SIEFER The funeral services of Ruth
Maxine Siefer, aged 2 years, late of
668 Sherrett avenue, will be conducted
Saturday, August 19, at 11 A. M., from
the mortuary chapel of Walter C. Ken
worthy. 1532-34 East Thirteenth street
Friends invited. Services will be con
cluded at Boring, Or., and interment
held at Damascus. 9
BRITT In this city, August 18. Edward
oeorge .tfritt. agea years, beloved
husband of Marie Britt, son of F. M.
Britt of Houghton, La. Also survived
by ore sister and one brother. Funeral
services will be held today (Saturday)
at 2 P. M. from the chapel of Miller'
& Tracey. Interment Mount Scott
BAIN In this city. August 17, Nathaniel
M. Bain, father of Lois Bain of Port
land, and Lillian Bain of New York.
Remains are at the chapel of Edward
Holman & Son. Third and Salmon
streets. Funeral, services will be held i
at the Portland crematorium. Satur- !
day. August 19. at 11 A. M.
HOXEYMAN The f uneral service for the i
late William B. Honeyman of 855 I
Northrup street will be held today
(Saturday) at 10:30 A. M., at Finley's
mortuary. Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends invited. Concluding services at
Riverview cemetery, private.
COOPER In this city. August 12. Joe
Cooper, aged 56 years. Funeral services
will take place at the conservatory
chapel of the East Side Funeral Di
rectors. 414 East Alder street, today, ai
10 A. M. Interment at Lone Fir ceme
tery. Friends Invited.
FRAZ1ER The funeral service for the
Ute Gaorge W. Frazier of 469 Chap
man street will be held today (Satur
day) at 1 P. M., at Finley's mortuary,
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
Concluding service Mount Scott ceme
tery. ROTHCHILD In this city. August 17.
Wynne S. Rothschild, aged 30 years,
wife of Ieo Rothschild. Remains
were forwarded by McEntee & Eilers
to Chehalis, Wash., whee services
will be held Sunday at 2 P. M.
BREYMAN At her residence. 565 Mont
gomery drive. Phebe A. jjreyman,
mother of Otto Breyman, Mrs. Bertha
Breyman Ash, Floy Louise Breyman
and Arthur Cranston Breyman, Notice
of funeral later.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington St., bet. 20th and 2lst
Sts.. West Side. Lady Assistant.
Broadway 26S1. Auomatio 518-44.
PHONE SELL. 87.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. r. Kenworthy.
R. S. Henderson.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
SS04 92d St.. Lents. Automatic 618-21.
H OJl, MAN & SON
(Founded In 1854.)
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 507.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privavy of
home. 16th and Everett Sts.
Phones: Broadway 2133. Auto. 531-33.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL, DIRECTORS.
(F. S. DUNNING, INC.)
"The Family Sets the Price."
414 East Alder St.
Phones: East 82, East 9T74.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont at 3oth. Tabor 1259.
THE PORTLAND MORTUARY.
MORRISON AT 12TH. WEST SID
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone East 0781.
B. M. Culbrandson. R. H. Reed.
CHAMBERS CO., INC.
24R-2.V Klllingsworth Ave. Wdln. 3306
OVrurO UNDERTAKING CO..
OrlClltd Third and Clay. Main 4152
A D 7CI I CO P 592 Williams Ave.
Ml ill fcLLLMI UVl
Phone East '10S8.'
CARD OF THANKS.
WE wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to the many friends whose com
fort and sympathy were extended in our
recent bereavement the death of our
father and husband. T. E. Kraeft.
MRS. KRAEFT AND FAMILY.
LIMOUSINES for funerals, wedding.i,
shopping. Jones Auto Livery, At. 114.
v S54 Washington St.
Flowers for AH Occasions Artistically
Rose and Rare Orchids a Specialty.
Quality and Service Since 1890.
MorrUor St Mam 5a tAluxufifnih)
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Washington. Bet. 4th and 5th Sts.
1'hone Broadway 4527.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florists. We spe
cialize In funeral designs. 141H Sixth,
opposite Meier & Frank's. Main 7215.
CHAPPELL'S FLOWER SHOP
SSI Morrison. N. W. Bank Bldg. Main 6118
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
SBB 4th St., Opi. City Hall. JTEIf BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WORKS
i QUALITY MEMOKIAIS .
E. THIRD &MNE STS. trIONE E.T43
. ACCOKDIOST PLEATING.
CUT, BEAM, hem. macnine-pleat -.skirt;
75c: hemstitching; mail orders solicit
ed. Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co.. 85 hi
5th" ft. .
AMSAYKHd A.VD ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 2d at.
Gold, silver, platinum bought.
DR. McMAHON. baths. Portland: steam
showers, plunges, tubs, ail ior tfoc;
tell your friends. 4th and Washington.
CELLL LOIP BUTTONS.
THE 1RW1N-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Wash. Broadway 3144.
WILLIAM, Estel'9, Florello and DeWane
Deveney, the only scientific chiropo
dists and arch specialists in city. Par
lors 302 Gerlinger bldg., southwest cor
ner Second and Alder sts. Main 1301.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Fool troubles
scientifically corrected, laoy aisiawnfc
312 Morgan bldg. Main 8762.
NETH CO.. Worcester bldg.. Broaa-
way 7596. No collections, no cnargea.
RINGLER'S Dancing school. Best in
struction, private ana class aawy.
Broadway and Main. Auto. 513-39.
DR. B. E. WHIGHT
Third Floor Raleigh Bldg.
Corner of Sixth and Washington Sts.
Broadway 7!3D. Automatic 2119.
WITHOUT PAIN prSTNr
Your "Teeth Sleep" While We Work.
Above Majestic Theater. SolM Wash, st.
O. O. PR1TCHARD. private detective;
day calls. Main 8064; nignt cans. auco.
614-10. 1333 Northwestern Bank bldg.
BOUGHT A -NO oULU.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS
Phone 5:17-27. 238 Main at.
V. KASPAR, practical ladies' tailor.
Royal bldg., 846 & Morrison et.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer, 528 Chamber of
RESPONSIBLE piano tuner. J. C. Lar-
son. 30 years' experience. Tabor 530 7.
PIANO, violin, harmony studio. KOL
KENBECK, 409 Yamhill. Trial free.
MODEKX piano lessons; reasonable. Call
TI5 Out ot the" High-Kent District.
jsShw Years' experience. Consult us
yi' free. Thousands of satisfied
patrons. Dr. Samuel Goodman, asciate
optometrist. Main 2124.
Chas. W. Goodman. 209 Morrison.
WHY PAY MORE?
Glasses in gtid-filied frames
fitted to your eyes, (2.50;
double' vision glasses at low
prices; satisfaction guaranteed. - Dr. A
E). Hurwltz, optometrist. 223 First st.
DR. GEORGE RUBENSTEIN, veteran
optician; eyes tested, glasses fitted,
broken lenses duplicated very reason
ably. 226 Morrison st. Main 3661.
F. W. BALTES & Co.,
First at Oak. Broadway 4641
'PAINTING ASP PAPEKHAXG1XG.
PAINTING and paperhanging, first-class
work. John Conllsk. Broadway " 2945.
R C iV RIGHT, registered patent attor
ney 25 years; if invention really valu
SPECIALTY mg. by skilled mechanics,
patents developed. Kaufmann Mg. Co.,
288 Union ave. East 3245.
PIDCC Repairs by experts.
llrEO Pipe Shop, 272 Wa s h.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway build
ing, stomach, bowels, liver, kidney,
bladder, rectal, prostate and female
disorders, Wltnoai operation.
ROOF REPAIRED AND PAINTED: TIN
AND PAPER ROOF COATED WITH
PITCH. TABOR 929.
REST CURE, INVALID AND CON
VALESCENCE HOME. STANDING IN
ITS OWN BEAUTIFUL 6 ACRES OF
GROUND OF SHADE TREES. EX
CELLENT HOME COOKING AND
THE BEST OF CARE. PATIENTS
CAN BE TREATED UNDER THEIR
OWN DOCTORS' CARE. FOR TERMS
APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT.
Foster and Spring Roads. Phone Auto.
S5 PER MONTH. $5 PER MONTH.
LOOK WHO'S HERB.
Automobile storage and ata of It;
30.000 square feet floor spaceconcrete
building, steam heat, night and day
service. 380 Flint st.. 3 blocks from
east end Broadway bridge. Merrill's
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO..
474 Glisan St. Broadway 1281
Four Warehonses on Terminal Tracks.
DO NOT throw your watch away; I will
repair, guarantee any watch 2 years'
i - 7 t.in on i. i . aTn..anflA
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OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. unices, rocra
150, Courthouse. Phone Main 878
Trom 8 A. M. to 5 i M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at its home, odo uoiumnia
boulevard. Phone any time, Wod
lawn 764. Dogs for sale. Horse am
bulance for sick or aisaDiea norsea.
Small animals painlessly electro
cuted where necessary and stray
animals carea ior. Ail aeaa anuuais,
cows, horses, etc.. picked up.
Made from your old worn-out carpets.
Saves half the price of new rugs.
Send your rags and woolen cloth.
Mall Orders. Send for Book'et.
9x13 Rugs, Steam Cleaned, $1.50
East 35S0. 188 E. 8th St.
NORTHWEST Vf'ti CO.
G. F. McDougall Go.
Res. Patent Attorneys.
Phone Broadway 6056.
213 Chamber of Commerce Bldg;.
Edward E. Goudey Co.
' MORTGAGE LOANS.
United States Bank Building.
Saturday morning from
9 A. M. till sold, as agent
for the estate, I will be at
501 E. 26th St. N., near
Brazee, to offer you this
home at the ridiculous
price of $5250 for 50x100
or $6750 for 100x100. Nine
room house.-ittic. hard
wood floors, fireplace,
furnace, garage, large
rooms. Former price
$10,000. Sell with one lot
or two. Promptly at 9,
better be early than sorry.
R. T. Street
GOOD HOME REALTOR.
For Sale Flat and Apartment Property.
INCOME PROPERTY ON LADD AVE.
In best Dart of Ladd's Addition: 2
family flat, hardwood floors, fireplace.
furnace, built-ina in each flat; front
and rear entrance to each; double ga
rage on alley, -trice only $souu, terms,
633 K. W. Bank Bldg. Main 3787.
BY OWNER Income $180 month. 17-
room house, ideal west side location
$10,000, including furnishings. 412 10th,
Between .Harrison ana iaii. Main o44
$300 WHO SAI1 LOTS ? $300.
We have 7 lots left in a new tract
we started selling last week. You
take your choice at $300; small pay
ment down and balance easy terms.
These lots are located one block from
East Glisan st.. at 49th.
We have 11 lots near the Mt. Tabor
reservoir that we can sell at the small
price of $350 each. These are good
lots and near the car and paved street.
Let us show you these.
OTTO & RARKSON REALTY CO.,
413 Cham, of Com. bldg.
WHY NOT BUILD?
It is less expensive. We are
interested in how well we can
"build, not. how much we can get
for building. See us before buy-'
ing or building. '
ROBNETT & McCLURE,
302 Couch Bldg. Broadway 6574.
RAISE CHICKENS. BERRIES. GARDEN
Own a beautiful -acre tract: no
building restrictions; close in to center
of business district: fine soil, shade
trees, wonderful view. Priced very low,
easy terms. Make your home pay for
itself. Phone Atwater 0893 evenings
until a o ciock.
Houses completed promptly; our
construction and workmanship, to
gether with liberal financial assistance,
will please you; soldiers' bonus ac
cepted. REIMERS & JOLIVETT,
2 GOOD LOTS NEAR REED COLLEGE
CHEAP. JOHN BAIN. 507 SPALD
A fine location for light mfg., laun
dry, foundry, etc.. on Grand ave. and
Stephenson st. Phone Owner. Auto
520-42. Tabor 9452
MUST HAVE CASH.
A fine business tot, between Emerson
and Killingsworth avenues on Albina;
must be sold at once. Look this up.
For information phone Walnut 1992 or
call at 1204 Albina.
THREE BLOCKS BROADWAY CAB.
Fine corner lot, 50x100, - Trvington
district, liens paid; total price $500. All
cash. See Dwyer, with Fred W. Ger
man Co.. Realtors. 732 Cham of Co.m.
I have a number of good buys left
in Alameda Park; will take you out
and show you any time. Vance T. Fer
guson. Bdwy. 4830. '
PORTLAND HEIGHTS view lot, next
door to 732 Sherwood drive; $6300
square feet: cash $2500. - Owner, Mrs.
C. A. Merriam, 1531 Madrona drive,
ALAMEDA VIEW LOTS. 0
Beautiful 100x100 view lots in Ala
meda Park, block is restricted to lOOx
100 homes; can be bought below value.
Owner Bdwy. 4620.
A BARGAIN Good location; restricted;
fiflTlinl: eraded St.: sidewalks, curb.
paid; water in alley; J575. Owner. W j
I HAVE over 100 lots to sell in restricted
districts, fine terms on some. Vance
T. Ferguson. Bdwy. azu.
GOOD building lots cheap for cash. Call
owner. East 5678.
LOT, 78x100, near Woodstock. 48th st.
68th ave. Inquire 1062 E. 18th S.
LOT CLOSE in on Milwaukie st. Owner,
Tabor 7041. .
For Sale Houses.
THE BEST BUY IN PORTLAND.
A modern 5-room bungalow for only
$3100, on very easy terms; why pay
rent? Broadway 1531.
Por Sale Houses.
FRANK L. McGUIRE SAYS:
"Portland is going to hold an expo
sition in 1925."
K.v.r wna ih.r. n. better time to In
vest in Portland real estate than today.
REAL ESTATE VAUts
ARM nV4 Vf!IVft TlAlLt.
It's practically impossible to find a
aesiraoie vacant nouse ior rem..
Rents are not coming down.
Now is the time to buy your home,
before the fall rush. You will find
some real home bargains in the list
below. We. have many others. We
can't advprtfse tjiem all.
Over 2000 photographs of homes for
sale are awaiting your Inspection in our
new enlarged display room.
, YOUR HOME IS HERE.
I'll help you make your down pay
ment; 00 salesmen with autos at your
service. Office open evenings and
BRAND NEW. $500 Down.
$3490 A LOVE OF A BUNGALOW! 4
rooms, built along exceptionally
.artistic lines; built-ins. fire
place; ALL IMPROVEMENTS
ARE IN AND PAID FOR. VA
CANT. SEE THIS- TODAY.
$2490 $400 down. RUSTIC MO.VTA
VILLA BUNGALOW. 5 rooms,
clean and homelike: has built
in buffet, airy Dutch kitchen, 2
nice bedrooms and bath, full lot.
We'd like to have you see this.
E. 86th St. TERMS ARE LESS
$3490 EASY TERMS. A large sub
stantial modern jiome in heart
of Alberta district; on full lot.
on hard surfaced street, with
everything paid; 6 airy conven
ient rooms. 3 of which are bed
rooms: best plumbing fixtures:
lots of fruit, nice lawn; only 1
hlk. to car. THIS 13 A REAL
SNAP. E. 16th St.
$1290 $300 down. Neat, homey Al
berta cottage of 3 rooms, com
bination living and dining room;
very pretty lot. with flo'wers,
summer house; street Is paved.
$300 down will handle, and easy
monthly terms. E. 19th st.
SEVEN MINUTES TO P. O.
$3750 A NICE WALK to town! Here's
a modern 6-room house right on
car line: Queen Anne style bun
galow; good floor plan; 3 cheery
bedrooms and bath; built-ins.
. , full cement basement; dandy
corner '.ot, would make a fine
stone frontage. Williams ave.
NEW DUTCH COLONIAL,
i $400 Down. $40 Down.
$2490 NEW AS CAN BE! 3 rooms In
a very largo Colonial type bun
galow, hardwood floors, large
living jom with fireplace;
dandy 'Dutch kitchen; very
clever hullt-in features; 1 bed
room, room in attic for several
additional rooms, fireplace, gas
flooi; furnace. VACANT. 50th
$2490 $200 down. IN HEART OF AL
BERTA. Cozy 4-room bungalow
on paved street, all improve
ments in and paid; large living
and dining rooms are combined;
nice white enamel kitchen,
white enamel bath, 1 airy bed
room and sleeping porch, full
beautiful lot with plenty of
fruit, shade trees; garage; con
venient to car. school and stores.
A REAL COZY NEST. E. 15th
St. $200 down. AND THE REST
LESS THAN THE RENT YOU
ARE FORCED TO PAY!
READ THIS! READ THIS!
$500 downl HOME BEAUTIFUL!
$875 $'n0 down. A GLORIOUS new
COLONIAL BUNGALOW! IF
YOU PLANNED A $7000 bun
galow you couldn't have any
more appealing, artistic lines
living and dining rooms are
combined, ivory, tapestry, hard
wood floors, 2 sunny bedrooms
and bath; wonderful Dutch
kitchen. (Range and linoleum
included). CLOSE TO JEF
FERSON HIGH. A soldier can
have this with $250 down and
apply bonus. HURRY, FOR
THIS. li. Kerby st.
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
$995 3-ROOM cottage on 100x100 lot,
close to St. Johns car. THIS
IS A SACRIFICE. MUST BE
SOLD. Fessenden St. Easy
$3150 $500 down. NEW 6-room bunga
low in Woodstock diHtrict. All
kinds of built-in features, 3, bed
rooms, dandy 100x100 lot. close
to car, near school. SIMPLY
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
TERMS LESS THAN RENT.
E. 48th St.
UNUSUAL HOME BARGAIN.
$2100 On 42d St.. near 55th ave.; one
block from Woodstock car, on
full lot; very practical. 5-room
home; white enamel plumbing,
electric lights and gas. built-in
conveniences; practical floor
ple.n; house looks like new.
easy terms: can be bought fur
nished for $400 more. Will hel
you make your down payment.
FRANK L. McGUIRE.
To Jiujfr Your Home.
America's Largest Home Seller.
There Is an opening on our sales force
for a salesman with Car
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Then you want the most for your
mqney. We draw your plan3. arrange
financial aid and make it possible for
you to build on 'small payments and
save you money. Houses under con
ALBOHN INVESTMENT CO..
216 Panama Bldg.
$7000 Fine home on 16th,
near Brazee; 0 large rooms,
hardwood floors, fireplace, full
basement and . furnace; newly
painted outside, fine condition
McDONELL, EAST 0419.
$50 IN CASH PRIZES
will be awarded to the persons writing
the best letters setting lorth the ad
vantages and benefits of home owner
ship. $25 for first prize, $15 for second.
$10 for third. Winning letters will be
published In the McGuire System. Mail
letters to J?rarK L. Alctiulre.
America's Largest Home Seller.
212 Ablngton bldg. Bdwy. 7171.
Moving to California, selling at a
sacrifice: 8-room modern house, sleep
ing porch, 2 toilets, fireplace, furnace,
mastered attic, full cement basement.
garage, on paved alley; fruit and
flowers: high lot; close to Hawthorn
and 20th. Will sell on terms. 692 Elliott
NEW. BUNGALOW SNAP.
$4750 buys a contractor's home; best
of material and workmanship; all
modern conveniences; corner location
fine garage; lawn in; a duplicate of
this house sold last week for S;70(;
$1500 down. bal. terms. Call Tabor
S336 for appointment.
GREAT BARGAIN $2650.
$250 cash 4-room modern bungalow,
cement basement, lovely Dutch kitch
en, enameled laundry tray on paved
boulevard, all paid, near school, stores.
Call N. E. corner E. 74th and Stark
FOR SALE, $4700 Double house, IT
rooms; upper flat rented; splendid lo
cation; 2 blocks from Laurelhurst park
and 2 blocks from Sunnyside carline;
must bft sold immediately, owner leav
ing city. 1081 East Alder at. Phone
GOING TO BUILD?
We design and build residences of
any building, assist in financing same;
12 yrs.' continuous and complete bldg.
service. SECURITY AND SATISFAC
TION ASSURED. L. R. Bailey, con
tract Ingarchitei 924 NWJI3ank
MODERN eight - room Irvinglon home,
four fireplaces, third-floor room, open
sleeping porch, glassed sleeping room,
besides four bedrooms; ivory wood
work, hardwood floors; roomy garage;
lot ard a half: shrubbery and trees.
East 3507; $10,000.
FOR SALE By owner, 4-room stucco
bungalow on 40x80 lot, all modern con
veniences, white enameled Dutch
kitchen, stationary wash trays, elec
tric lights and gas, for $2500; $500
down. Will consider less for cash.
6916 Woodstock ave. Auto. 620-15.
NEW BUNGALOW, 4 rms. down. 1 uu,
hdwd. floors, classy kitchen, full plbg.,
garage. Owner. $3450. $500 cash;
close school, car. 1128 E. 33d at. N.
AB- car to Emerson.
3-ROOM house, large living room, ail
built-ins, uutcn aitcnen, , lot ouxiuu;
$1500, $500 down, $20 month; large
range, heater, linoleum and few chick
ens included; would consider Ford as
part down payment. 717 E. 81st N.
for sale. One of the coziest houseboats
on the -river, with or without motor
boat and large boathouse. At attrac
tive price, cash or terms. No. 46 Wil
1 a m ette moorage. Phone Sellwood 2529.
IRVINGTON COLONIAL ORIGINAL
Built for home, finest finish. 2 fire
places, large bedroom. 2 bathrooms,
garage, choice location. Neuhausen &
Co. Main 8078.- East 0394.
14600 COUNCIL CREST $400 DOWN.
C-R bung., gar. E. 9461-or Bdwy. 672i.
$5250 IRVINOTN SACRIFICE.
Must be sold before Tuesday.
Shown only by appointment from
this office, as house is occupied, there
for, will not give location and disturb
the tenant; 6 rooms and sleeping porch,
full 2-story house, furnace, fireplace
and garage: one blk. from Broadway
car; not a new place, but an absolute
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
8 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Saturday morning from 9 A M.
till sold, as agent for the estate
I will be at 501 E. '-'th st. N..
near Brazee. to offer you this
home at the ridiculous price of
$.".25( for 50x100 or $0750 for
100x100. it-nwm house, attic,
hardwood floors, fireplace, fur
nace garage, large rooms. For
mer price $10,000. Sell with 1
lot or 2. Promptly at 9. Better
be early than sorry.
R. T. STREET.
GOOD HOME REALTOR.
Six rooms on one floor; tile fire
place, tile bath, tile sink: everything
else in proportion; built for a home;
It Is unrterpriced t J0OOO.
150 BRAND NEW BUNGALOWS IV
ALL SECTIONS OF THE CITY AT
ALL PRICES AND EASY TERMS.
MR. PARKER, 248 STARK ST. .
PHONE BDWY. 7S0.
See beautiful stucco home at
503 E. 24th N.; 9 large room,
and sleeping porch. 2 fireplaces.
2 bathrooms, extra lavatory. 3
extra toilets. hardwood floors
throughout. If looking for m
bargain see this.
McDONELL, EAST 0419.
THIS HOUSE MI ST UK SOLD TODAY.
LAURBLH I' RST.
5-room modern bungnlnw. hardwood
floors throughout; fireplace, full ce
ment basement. furnace. breakfawt
nook, 2 large bedrooms, large attic,
beautiful built-in buffet, large clothes
closets, very fine bathroom fixtures.
This house positively must be sold to
day to prevent foreclosure on Monday.
Any reasonable offer will be accepted.
Your own terms. Phone Bdwy. 7,i22.
COB A. McKBNNA & CO..
Artisans Bldg.. Broadway at Oak.
Dutch Colonial Facing Park.
Here Is positively one of Laurel
hurM's finest homes, built bv one of
Portland's best builders; lot 50x180; no
expense has been spared to make this a
perfect home. The price is low for so
wort Sly a home. Key at Laurelhurst
A. G. TEEPE CO..
Laurelhurst office 8Uth and Oilsan.
Tabor .1433. Rose City office 401 h and
Sandy. Tabor 9586. Open Sunday.
.v-.ll MUST SELL SACRIFICE
A 5-room bungalow, floored attic,
full cement basement, wash trays, all
bntlt-ins. cabinet kitchen, very large
living room, hardwood floors, furnace,
fireplace, French doors, etc., linoleum,
gus water heater, all window drapes;
60x100 lot; lawn, lota of roses and
shrubbery; city improvements paid.
Alameda Park. Price only j2j0. with
RUMMELL RUM M ELI..
274 Stark st. Broadway 7ii
30th and Sandy Blvd. Ant. 3L'0-n
, $750 cash will handle.
Inspect this splendid home, located on
Laurelhurst ave.: 6 rooms and den;
complete in every way; central en
trance hall; oak floors, fireplace, fur
nace, garage. Three large bedrooms and
sleeping porch. Hurry.
A. G. TEEI'B CO..
Laurelhurst office 39th and Glisan.
Tabor 34:13. Rose City orfice. 40th and
Sandy. Tabor H58. Open Sunday.
IRVINGTON MODERN COLONIAL.
On 'beautiful 100x100 corner, first
floor beautiful entrance with open
stairway In solid mahogany, unusual
living room, lovely breakfast room,
tiled kitchen and library; second floor,
large bedrooms and sleeping porch,
fine tiled bath and extra plumbing,
larire ballroom with massive fireplace,
maid's room has bath; owner must
have money. See this and maks offer.
" ROSE CITY PARK.
Not new. but wonderfully well built
and homelike: lots of natural shrub
bery and trees, modern In every way,
with hardwood floor, fireplace, fur
nace full cement basement, garage;
close' in. You will appreciate the value.
4 n TEBPE CO..
Rose City office 40th and Sandy. Tabor
n-.wrt In tire! hurst office. 39th and
Glisan. Tabor 3433 Open Sunday.
IRVINGTO N-ALA M EDA.
$500 CASH I.VIO.
4(I90 Brand new distinctive. B-room
bungalow in fine location; all
st imps. In and paid. Largo
living room, hardwood floors
largest fireplace, handy DutM
kitchen, breakfast nook. 2 nice
bedrooms: furnace. Will accept
R. SOMF.RVILLE. Bdwy. 247S.
tl'iO DOWN; good 8-room house: recep
tion hall; fireprace; Dutch Uclten:
full basement; laundry trays; full lot.
paved street one block of car: near
good school: close In; price $3800; easy
terms; property clear This la, good.
5(19 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
A B A R G A I N W EST M O R E L A N D
B-roorn modern bungalow with den;
hardwood floors; two fireplaces: fur
nace' very best construction; about T
years old; corner lot: east front; near
car' garage; only $5000; $1500 cash.
See' it today. Bdwy. 6011.
T O. BIRD, 520 CHAM. OF COM.
FOR SALE Bargain, Equity in 5-room
modern furnn-nea uungniuw
restricted district. All improvements
paid two carllnes. This Is a fine prop
osition and must be seer to be appre
ciated. Owner. Tabor 8H60.
GOOD buy. 5-room bungalow, an ount-
ins, Dutcn Kltcnen. v3in-iii
blocks Hawthorne car; Improvements
pain; terms. wwner. in i r.. .,wi hi o.
8-ROOM furnished house on a 40x100 ft.
lot. Dioca 10 edi , i.,i,, ...
$-5 a month. Laurltsen-Stevenson-Schneider
Co., Inc.. 226 Alder st. Main
AM LEAVING CITY AND MUST SACRI
A'li.t: ,1.. -iir K nnniis ,-l.rwui
Hii;e; vi I . . -... w, . ........
TO FOUR CAR LINES AND JUST 10
MI N: FROM WASH. AND BDWY. 424
SAN R A r A r. lj T,
FINANCE SERVICE CO., Construction
Dept. JOtin J. Uewis, inariasi. vr..--
ERAL BUILDING SERVICE, design
and construction remodeling. 900-913
Wilcox bldg. Phone Bdwy. 6453.
AUTO CASH OR TERMS
Buvs 3-room house and lot in Lents;
property located at 6400 90th St.. S. K .
valued at $750. Call Mr. Lemons,
A FINE little bungalow In Montavllla:
Only $20U Clown, oamnce iiivc 11-111, ymir
opportunity to own and keep your
rent. Call East 1487-
ATTRACTIVE modern bungalow, 3 rooms
and batn, lull cement iiMrmrm, iiir
nace lot 40x120, '4 block to car. rea
sonable. Owner, 5721 Woodstock sve.
POR sale by owner, new 3-room bun
galow, Z DIOCKS iroili Mn-ei tar, demon
district. E. E. Van Buren, 32 E. Lom
bard l. '
FOR SALE To save commission, corner
82d ana c. c- .i .,-4,,.,.,,
bungalow, furnace and garage, near
car and school. Owner. East 3907
IRVINGTON BUNGALOW SNAP. $3400.
$1000 casn, DBianco ii.uii.i.i. . iwniiia,
garage- modern finlah; flowers. Main
fid-S. East 0394 '
IRVINGTON English colonial, original
com truciion , i,....n.
garage; choice shrubbery. By owner.
r.ast 1 in-
jvqR SALE by owner, six-room house,
inrffe lot' nice home. 5524 42d ave.
lalT ' ..1.1. ! . r- . . n
j near onui, i-i v, i vj, uju
7 -ROOM house, double plumbing, full
paid; $4250. 493- Ainsworth av.., cor.
HOUSE PLANS. 100 designs, $10 to $li.
or specially . i -. . - -u.. ... v . .
L. R. BAILEY CO..
924 N. W. Bank Bldg.
fOB SALE Attractive home, 6 large
rooms, reasona-uie. uniici. rKiucuisri,
WILL take lot In improved district and
SOme Casn pan payineni on g-iuujn V0-
lonlal horns. Tabor. 924S.