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THE MOKXIXG OREGOXIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1922
Burglars Apparently Famil
iar With Cobbs! House.
FURS AND SILVER TAKEN
Sedan requisitioned for Carrying
Away Goods Said to Be
Valued at $3000.
Burglars seemingly familiar with
the floor plan and sleeping arrange
ment in the home of J. F. Cobbs, 588
Jlonteomery drive, crept about it
some time early yesterday morning
and removed furs and silverware
valued at about J3000 and then, after
partaking In convivial fashion of
their unwitting host's cigars, drove
off in the $8000 Cobbs sedan with I
the loot neatly stowed away in two
suitcases, also stolen from the
The car was found parked about
OflY iilKlfilFf 1" XLLI JriJVlXVSJlXVaS7WaJJj j
noon yesterday at Ella and Davis complex plots and counter plots, in
streets by Adrian McCalman, Alex- I volvine him to such an extent that
andra apartments, and returned to
Careful In amazing degree and ex
ceedingly expert was the work of
the burglars, who managed to exe
cute their operations through the
entire lower portion of the housa
and through all upstairs rooms ex
cept those occupied by Mr. and Mrs
Cobbs, their two small sdns and
several servants, without waking
any member of the household-
N-elghbors recalled hearing an auto
mobile near the iCobbs house back
fire about 3 o'clock In the morning.
Some Fingerprint Iieft.
The only clews left by the ma
rauders are several fingerprints and
a black cloth, evidently intended as tumes and an exceptional cast con
a mask, found in the hallway off tribute to the success of this splen-
tne Dig nouse. captain or mspec-1
tors Harms has assigned Inspectors
Schulpius and Moloney to the case.
The loss was discovered by Mrs.
Cobbs on arising yesterday morning,
and Inspectors Persinger and Morak
were called. A sealskin coat valued j
at several thousand dollars, a fur-
trimmed cape valued at $500, and
silver worth about $1000 were gone.
but jewelry and other articles of I
worth, including silver picture
frames, were not removed.
Entry into the house was gained
through a basement window. The
entire establishment, with the ex
ception of the seven occupied rooms.
was then gone through In expert
fashion. Even closets were entered,
but, according to Mrs. Cobbs, noth
ing was disturbed with the excep
tion of the stolen articles. The
sedan had been left outside the ga
rage, which was newly painted.
Cobbs Home- Secluded.
The Cobbs home, which is elabo
rate, is secluded by virtue of its
location and the planting of the
grounds. Operations inside th
house probably took an hour at the
least, police believe.
A night watchman and certain
burglar apparatus for the protec
tion of the house and the four acres
of grounds on Portland Heights I
were relied upon. Mr. Cobba ex
pressed considerable surprise over
the publication of an account of
other elaborate devices and death I
traps for warding off intruders. "So- I
ciable crowd," was his comment on
the loss of his cigars. I
l.fllMI JIliA I h (Jill IS Kfll.h
L. Ii. Ray of liane County Refuses
to Make Religion an Issue.
EUGENE, Or.. Sept. 11. (Special.)
L. L. Ray. democratic candidate
for state senator from Lane county,
has withdrawn his candidacy, leav
ing J. D. Magladry, the republican
nominee, the only candidate in the
field. The injection of religious is
sues into the campaign is given by
Mr. Ray as his reasons for with
drawing. His statement, sent to the
secretary of state, follows:
When I became a candidate for state
senator I believed that this year's cam
paign would be conducted alone- the
lines of tax reduction and good govern
ment. Since the primary campaign It has
become more and more evident that
these, questions, which should have been
ho i ..o I,.!.. 1 a ....
background by religious and fraternal
Questions. Though I am a protestant I
cannot but feel that those who have
stirred up this question are very much
in the wrong and were I to remain
candidate I could riot conscientiously do
oinerwise tnan attack them and the
compulsory scnooi. Dill wnicn they are
promoting. I should not hesitate to do
this it I thought for a moment that this
question would permeate Oregon politics.
out as i Deneve tnis Issue Is only a
juatier 01 temporary hysteria that soon
will die out, and if the compulsory school
measure is passed it will be held un-
constitutional by the courts. I can see
no reason tor becoming a party to
controversy which Is certain to be the 1
cause 01 disrupting Irlendshlps of years"
I have therefore decided not to file
my acceptance ot the democratic nom
ination for senator from Lane county.
I respectfully request that you leave my
u me iiovemoer Dailot.
FIRE ESCAPES ARE ISSUE
Approval of Elks' Temple Fea
ture Is Denied.
Although H. E. Plummer, chief of
the oureau 01 buildings, yesterday
announced that fire escapes on the
new Elks' temple had been over
looked by his division, the fire mar
shal's office and the fire depart
ment, Houghtaling & Dougan, archi
tects in charge of the building, de
clare that all details of the struc
ture, including fire escapes, have
been passed on by city officials.
"We did not want to mar the face
of the build ng by fire escapes,
declared Mr. llouehtaling. "In liu
of fire escapes tne city agreed to
permit the installation of iron bal
conies with stairs leading to the
street, a ieature we considerei su
perior to the usual fira escapes.''
LOGGING TO BE STOPPED
Crown-AVillamette 3Iill to Con
serve Spruce Holdings.
ASTORIA, Or.. Sept. 11. Accord-
Jng to announcement made today,
the Crown-Willamette Paper com
pany .plans to cease logging opera- I
tion in the Necanicum river district.
month. The company has been log-
King unaer a contract witn tne
X.I . -, I T , . . . V. .
ZZtr' JF" ', Z '.""ri' .' " Application Turned Down Be
tract of spruce timoer. That con-
tract is about completed. I
A3 the paper company Is able to I
purchase logs in the open market I
at a comparatively low figure, it I
is understood. It plana conserving I
its own holdings lor the future. I
TODAY'S FILM FEATURES
Columbia De Mille'a "Nice
-Liberty Betty Compson in
"The Bonded Woman."
Rivoli "The Prisoner of
Majestic Curwood's "The Val
ley of Silent Men.",
Blue Mouse "Monte Cristo."
Hippodrome Tom Mix in
"The Fighting: Streak."
Circle Marie Prevost in "The
OMANCE in abundance and ad
venture as breathless and
flashing as sword play is con
tained in "The Prisoner of Zenda,"
the current feature attraction at the
Rivoli theater. This is -a Rex In
gram production of the famous
novel by Anthony Hope. Ingram
made a big hit when he produced
"The Four Horsemen of the Apoc
alypse," and he emphatically re
peats it with "The Prisoner of
Zenda." In magnitude, in aspira
tion he has achieved another dis
This is a captivating story of the
adventures of Rudolph Rassendyll,
wn for brief but tremendously
M"16" ""I beoanle tht-ln?
I n f thA mvtnifial i-nnntrv 1-1 f T7iiTi
Itanin Wo wtni Ih. e Ik.
Princess Flavia. after a series of
he is frequently compelled to fight
to save his very life.
And the beautiful, charming prin
cess loved the king and consented
to become his bride. Then her
heart was broken and her romance
shattered when she learned from his
own lips that instead of being the
royal personage he represented, he
was merely a masquerader.
Despite the fact that her love for
him remained constant, she could
not marry him, as such a step would
necessitate her departing from her
own people. Is the intricate prob
lem solved? Very charmingly and
Beautiful settings, gorgeous cos-
In the cast are Lewis Stone,
Robert Edeson, Alice Terry, Stuart
93 FEET OF DRIFT REMAIN
MINE RESCUERS NEAR LAST
75 FEET OP HARD ROCK.
1S5 Feet to Go Before Second
Outfit Can Break Into Bore
Where 47 Are Entombed.
JACKSON. Cal., Sept. 11. (By the
Associated Press.) Ninety-three
feet of drift' remained to be drilled
in the 3600-foot level of the Ken
nedy mine at 4 P. M. today before
the rescue crews reach the last 75
feet of hard rock which separates
them from 47 miners entombed in
the adjoining Argonaut mine since
Only two feet additional of rock
was drilled during the day today on
the 3900-foot level, leaving 135 feet
to go before the second rescue out
fit can break into the Argonaut.
V. S. Garbarini, superintendent of
the Argonaut mine, denied tonight
that he had been overcome by gas
from the Argonaut while he was ex-
ploring the slope above the 3600
foot level of the Kennedy which. was
discovered yesterday. He said he
wfl a mprplv fntieiied hr' the hard
climb and declared it was impossible
ior gas to enter ine jvenneay iruin
I the Argonaut on the lower levels.
Airedale Pup Causes Two
Mix-Up Over Dos I-ot and Re
covered From Pond Cause
Arrest of Man and Wife.
11 It ADELINE POLSKY, who is four
1V1 years old and the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Polsky, 1118 East
Couch street,, is unhappy because
her father and mother were arrested
yesterday. Mary Ringer, who is 14
years old and the daughter of Mr.
j onhort T. TMnwor ' KS3 V.mst
SU lino. -
Thirty-first street, is also unhappy.
Back of all this unhappiness is
"Bubbles," a handsome Airedale,
whom Madeline cuddles tightly In
The Polskys were the original
owners of "Bubbles," but "Bubbles"
got lost and ended up in the city
pound. There the Ringers found
onil ofUp pnlnc thronfirh the
, ' t . . v,-i,
proper formalities, took, him as their
own. Mary became iond of the
woolly pup. Then one day Mrs.
Polsky saw the dog in the Ringers'
possession and asked for its return.
Mr. Ringer is east and Mrs. Ringer
did not care to relinquish so easily
the present he had made her and so
told Mrs. Polsky, the story goes.
Then came a day when Mr. and
Mrs. Polsky and Mary, who wanted
her "Bubble"" ever so badly, ap
peared at the Ringer house, accom
panied, said Mrs. Ringer in her
complaint, by two men. Mary feared
for "Bubbles ' and while Mr. Polsky
obstructed the screen door so that
her mother could not get into the
yard where the dog was sunning
himself, according to her mother's
story, she ran around and took the
pup up in her arms. And then little
Madeline Polsky, seeing her. "Bub
bles," for'so she thought ran like
wise to where he lay. The seeming
deadlock was broken when the two
men whom the Polskys had brought
with them took the dog.
A warrant charging Mr. and Mrs.
Polsky with larceny was sworn out
by Mrs. Ringer. Both were released
on the payment of $50 bail each.
LARGE BEAR IS KILLED
Bruin, AVeight 400 Pounds, Treed
and Slain Near Sheridan.
SHERIDAN, Or., Sept. 11. (Spe
cial.) After a short hunt in the
hills within six miles of this city, a
bear weighing about 400 pounds was
It was treed by hounds close to
the Green farm home on upper Rock
PAPERS ARE DENIED FINN
cause War Was Dodged
ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 11. (Special.)
Because he claimed exemption
from, military service during the
war on account of being an alien.
Alfred A. Justen, a native of H'ln
Holmes, Ramon Navarro, Barbara
La Marr, Malcolm McGregor, Ed
ward Connelly and Lois Lee. The
adaptation was done by Mary
O'Hara and the photography by
John F.- Seitz.
Don't forget the benefit at the
Peoples theater this evening for
Mrs. Price and her fatherless little
kiddies. The theater managers, ar
tists and newspapermen are doing
their part so measure up to stan
dard and do yours.
Ruth Stonehouse of the Premium
Motion Picture company is burning
up the tires of her Reamer showing
the surrounding beauties of Port
land to the Rev. Neal Dodd, pastor
of "The Little Church Around the
Corner," in Hollywood, one of the
visiting clergymen. This genial
pastor is the staunch friend of the
photo players, by whom he is- held
in affectionate esteem.
Wednesday Florence Vidor - in
"Dusk to Dawn" opens at the
Heilig theater. On "the same bill
will be a hilariously funny comedy
in two reels. It is enittled "One
Terrible Day." William T. Pangle
declares it is a bigger laugh getter
than "Grandma's Boy." All right,
William, we shall see,
"Wolf Law," the Universal attrac
tion in which Frank Mayo is now
working, pictures days of out
lawry in the early history of Mis
souri, and strikes an intensely dra
matic note. Sylvia Breamer, who
supported Mayo in a previous film,
"The Man Who Married His Own
Wife," is again cast opposite this
Ralph Graves, a Griffith "find
playing the juvenile lead in th
production of Peter B. ityne s "i n
Long Chance," has been selected to
play a principal role in "The- Jilt,
a Saturday Evening Post story,
which Irving Cummings will di
Helen Ferguson, leading woman
for William Russell, Fox star, has
blossomed into a writer. Miss
Ferguson, who is very much to the
fore in the doings of the western
studio folk, is supplying a breezy
daily letter of Hollywood chat that
fairly bristles with personal touches.
land- was denied admission to citi
zenship at the session of the circuit
court today. ,
Circuit Judge Eakin also an
nounced that in the future no ap
plicant for admission can have wit
nesses who are related to him oy
either blood or marriage.
Film Star at. Medford.
MEDPORD. Or.. Sent. 11. (Spe
c'al.) Miss Katherine MacDonaldof
Los Aneeles. film star, and her
fiance, formerly of Gold Hill, ac
companied by Mrs. M. S. Vosburg
of Los Angeles, are here to spend
a few davs at the Morrill ranch
near Gold Hill. Mr.- Morrill has many
friends in the valley where he is
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Sept.- 11. Maximum tem
perature. 93 degrees: minimum, 63 de
grees. River reading. 8 A. M.. 3.2 feet;
change in last 24 hours. 0.2 foot rise.
Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 8 P. M.), none;
total rainfall since September 1. 1922,
a Qfi inr.li- Tinrtnal rainfall since Sep
tember l' 1922. 0.47 inch: excesB of
rainfall since September 1, 1922. 0.47
Inch. Sunrise. 5:44 A. M. sunset. 6:31
P. M. : total sunshine. 12 hours 47 min
utes: possible sunshine, 12 hours 47
minutes. Moonrise, 9:54 P. M-, Septem
ber 12; moonset, 11:80 A. m... aeptem
h.r 12. Ttflrninftter ireduced sea level)
5 P. M., 29.75 inches. Relative humidity.
5 A. M.. 80 per cent; noon, 44 per cent;
5 P. M., 37 per cent.
THBJ TTBATHIR. .
I 4Si 84;0.( J . . W Clear
S6 88)0.001 . .NW Clear
681 82 O.O0I10IS Cloudy
I 46. . .1 I. .)
88 64 1.86 . . NE Clear
48 80 0.00 10 N Clear
44 7210.00 . . S Clear
54 72)0.00 .. NW Clear
74 840.02 . . E Rain
54 7510.00 . . B Clear
... J64 1
50 72 0.00 . . S Clear
62 78'0.00 .. SW Clear
48 8410.00).. NW -Clear
... 10210.00 .. NW Clear
42 7010.00 .. B Rain
76 880.00 . . S Cloudy
68 76:0.14 12 8 Pt. cloudy
60 7810.00 16 N Clear
78 10210.00 . . SE Clear
48 84l0.00 . . N Clear
64 9310.00 . . NW Clear
58 10010.00 .. N Clear
66 104 0.00 .. SW- Clear
B4 70 0.00 . . N' Clear
54 80 0.00 .. NW Clear
64 74 0.00I121NW Pt. cloudy
581 6810.00 12SW Clear
6UI 78i0.0O . . N Clear
661 SG'0.00 . . B Clear
. . . 7810.00 . . N Clear
62 6810.00 12 N Clear
60 8610.00 . . NE Clear
72 8410.30 10 B IRaln
. . . 6410.00 . . N IClear
50 92'O.QO IClear
Spokane . .
Tacoma . .
Valdezt . .
tA. M. today.
JP. M. report o preced.
Portland and vicinity Tuesday, fair
and continued warm; northwesterly
Washington and Oregon Tuesday. lair
and continued warm; gentle northerly
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EDDIE SWARTZ fr JULIA CLIFFORD
FRANKLYN & CHARLES
Continuous Show 1 to 11 P. M.
THE GREAT JCSTINIANI
TOM MIX Flgrbting Streak"
Children All Times 10c
Well Known Musical Comedy Star
HARK Y DOWLING & CO.
in "A Banquet of Originalities."
.Wilfrid DuboiB Marion Claire
Johnny Marvin Fein Tennycon
THE CIRCLE THEATER
Foorth at Washlosrtoa.
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Phone your want ads to The Ore-
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At the Baker' Auction House, amntll
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GUL REAZEE GROTTO.
Wednesday luncheon. Wash
ington Hazelwood. Judge
Richard Deich will give an
interesting talk, a treat you
will sure regret to miss.
Music and a good time for
all. Announcement or luncheon prizes.
Come and bring a brethren with you. In
formal dance Thursday. Sept. 28. Pythian
temple. Ceremonial Saturday. Oct. ,
PubUc auditorium. The Grotto auto you
auto wm. &o get busy and malt in your
petitions. We will appreciate your ads in
tne orotto News. Order ot monarcn.
HARRY A. McRAE, Sec.
A. AND A. S. RITE.
OREGON LODGE OF
PERFECTION, NO. 1 Spe.
cial meeting in Auditorium,
Scottish Rite Cathedral,
this (Tuesday) evening at
8 o'clock. Work in th and
NO. 18. R. A. M.- Call con
vocation Tuesday evening.
East 8th and Burnside sts.
at 7:30 o'clock. R. A. de
eree. Visitors welcome. By
rrlor R. H. P.
ROY QUACKENBUSH. Sec'y.
ORENOMAH LODGE. NO,
177 a. V. AND A. M., Mult
nomah, Or. Special com
munication this (Tuesday)
evenine. 7:30 o'clock. F. C.
By order W. M. '
O. S. SWENSON, Sec.
impi-.HIAL LODGE NO.
159. A. F. & A. M. Stated
communication this (Tues
day) evening. September 12,
1922, 8 o'clock. Visitors cor
A. C. JACKSON. Sec.
SUNNYSIDE - LODGE NO.
163. A. F. AND A. M. 39th
and , Hawthorne. Special
communication Sept. 12, at
7 P. M. M. M. degree.
NO. Ill, A. F. AND A, M.
Special this (Tuesday) even-,
ing at 6:30. Work E. A. de
gree. Visiting brethren wel
come. . , !
NO. 92, O. E. S. Stated
communication this (Tues
day) evening at 8 o'clock.
Masonic Hall, corner E. 13th
and Spokane ave. Visitors
welcome. Bv order of W. M.
HARRIET C. HENDEE, Secretary.
given by Anchor Council,
No. 746. Security Benefit
Association, T u e-s day
night, Sept. 12. at W. O.
W. Hall,. 128 11th St., for
members, mends ana
public. Largest crowds.
Best times. Dandy musia. Fun for all.
No. 1. I. O. O. F.. will
meet this (Tuesday) evening
at orient nail 4-; East
Alder st. Patriarchal degree.
Visiting Patriarchs are al
W. C. .LAURENS, C. P.
CHAS. CHRISTIANSEN. Scribe.
NO. 4, FRATERNAL
ORDER OF EAGLES,
will hold r e s u 1 a r
meeting every Tues
day. 8 o'clock. 129
Fourth St.. 4th floor.
H. E. MILLER. Sec.
UT YOUNG AUXILIARY NO. 3,
UNITED . SPANISH WAR VETERANS
ill hold a card party Tuesday. Sept. 1L
at 2 P. M., in room 525 Courthouse. Mem
bers are urged to come and bring friends.
RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING
accepted for dancing parties at Cotiilion
Hall. R. J. Belland, Mgr., East 2751.
BESS In this city. September 10,
JVlartha E. Bess, aged 6o years, mother
of L. Z Bess. Mrs. May Whitman.
Dalbert E., Jay Victor Bess and Cora
Mocroft, all of Wyoming, veima ii..
and Irene L. Bess of Portland -and
Mra. Muriel Steele of Mt. Vernon,
Wash. Remains are at the conserva
tory chapel of the East Side Funeral
Directors. 414 East Alder street. Notice
of services in a later issue. Boise
Ida., papers, please copy.
SUMMERS In this city. September 11
1U22, at the home of his daughter.
Mrs. C. O, Williams. 72d st. S. E. and
, Church st., Theodore Summers, ago
79 years 1 month 28 days, grandfather
oi Mrs. Jr. xj. w mets oi beaitier wasn.
Mr. Summers was a civil war- veteran,
private in company O, 11th cavalry,
13tith regiment Indiana volunteers. Re
mains at R. T. Byrnes funeral home,
901 Williams ave. Funeral announce
ment in later issue.
SNYDER In this city at the Emanuel
hospital, September 11, 1922, Ruth
Doris, beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. N. A. Snyder, 4420 Seventieth
avenue Southeast, age 17 years 3
months and 9 days. Deceased is sur
vived by her father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. N. A. Snyder, a brother,
Lawrence, and a sister, Edith. Re
mains are at the narlors of the Skewes
Undertaking company, corner Third
and Clay. Funeral notice later.
RUEFFER At the home of her sister,
Mrs. S. G. Lathman, 228 Jess up, Eila
L. Ruffe r, age 37 years 11 months,
beloved wife of Edward J. Ruffer.
Funeral notice later. Remains are at
the parlors of Chambers Co., Inc., 248
RYAN At residence, 795 Oregon street,
Mary A. Ryan, aged 58 years, wife of
William F. Ryan.. Remains are at
residence. Funeral notice later. Mc
Entee & Silers. directors.
MCCARTHY In this city. September 10,
Catherine McCarthy. Funeral notice
later. Remains at the residential par
lors of Miller & Tracey.
GERTHS In this city, September 10,
, August Gerths. aged 79, father of Mrs.
. Dora Thomas of this city. Funeral
services will be held in the conserva
tory chapel of the East Side Funeral
Directors, 414 East Alder street, Wed
nesday at 3:30 P. M. Friends invited.
Interment in Lone Fir cemetery.
DAVIS Funeral services of the late
Evalyn Davis will be held Tuesday.
September 12, at 10 A. M., at chapel
of Miller & Tracey. Interment Rose
DeVANET In this city. September 10.
aiary Helena. DeVaney. &ge years 5
; months and 7 davs, of Roseburgr. Or.,
beloved wife of Michael DeVaney,
mother of Mrs Hat tie ilunson : Mrs.
Henry V. Joyaux and l-eo G. DeVaney.
sister ot Mrs. W. McGuirk and Michaei
Harris. The remains forwarded Mon
day evening to Koseburg, Or., whew
funeral services will be held at St.
Joseph's church Wednesday, Septem
ber 13, at 10:30 A. M., and Interment
made, Edward Holman & Son. -RINGEL
At the residence. 303 Smith
, avenue North, St. Johns., C. C. Ringel
beloved husband of Alice Ringel,
father of Mra J. P. Shaw of Van
couver, Wash., Mrs. Ray Nunn of
Myrtle Creek, Or.. Mrs. Anna Stock
man of Middletown, Md and Carl F.
Marshall of Portland. The funeral
will be held Sept. 12 at 1 o'clock at
the Christian church. St. Johns.
NORDINE In this city, September 11,
Andrew Nordine, aged 55 years, late
of Oak Point, Wash., husband of Elia
Nordine. father of Mrs. Hilda Olson,
Fred and Frank Nordine, all of Oak
Point; also survived by one sister and
three brothers of Portland. Remains
will be forwarded by the Portland
mortuary to Oak Point, Wash., Wednes
day morning, September 13.
GERTHS In this city Sept. 10., August
Gerthe, age 79 years, father of Mrs.
Dora Thomas of this city. Funeral
services will be held in the conserva
tory chapel of the East Side Funeral
Directors, 414 E. Alder, Wed. at 3:30
P. M. Friends invited. Interment
Lone Fir cemetery.
BLOOMFIELD The funeral service for
the late Nathaniel H. Bloomfield of
Seaiew, Wash., will be held today
(Tuesday) at 1:30 P. M. at Finley's
mortuary, Montgomery at 5th. Friends
invited. Concluding aervice Portland
GROOMES The funeral service for the
late Agnes Groomes of 741 Washing
ton st. will be held today Tuesday
at 10:30 A. M. at Finley's mortuary,
Montgomery at 5th. Frlend invited.
v Concluding service Riverview cem
SCOTT In this city, Sept. 10, Sidney
Scott, aged 55 years. Beloved father
of Walter. J. T., Oakland, Cal.; Mrs.
William Parent, of Ocean Park, Wash.
Funeral notice later. Remains at res
dential parlors of Mllwwffr Tracey.
MANAIG In this city. September 10,
wilf'be held at the chapel of Edward
iWsiJ, Angel Manalg. Funeral1, services
Holman & Son. Third and Salmon sts..
Tuesday, September 12, -1922, at 2:30
F. M, Interment Multnoman cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS.
wish to express
our heartfelt I
ones. Mrs. Sarah J. Lear and Orin U,
Lear, for their many kindnesses and
beautiful floral tributes during our re
. MARY L. LEAR.
MR. AND MRS. D. O. LEAR.
MR. AND MRS. W. W. LEAR.
We wish to exoress- our heartfelt i
thanks to the many friends and relatives
of our beloved husband and father for
their many kindnesses and beautrful
flower tributes during our recent be
MRS. LOUISE HOFFMAN AND CHIL
I wish to thank my many friends for J
their kindness and beautiful floral trib
utes during the recent bereavement of j
MRS. CLAUDE SHERMAN.
LIMOSINES for funerals. wedding
finopping. Jones Auto Livery. At. 114.
PHONE SELL. 967.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral service for Leas.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington St.. bet. 20th and 21st.
Sts., West Side. Lady Assistant.
Broadway 2i;rl. Automatic 518-44.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. D- Kenworth.
R. S. Henderson
A. D. Keaworthy Co.
5804 92d St-. Lenta
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
home. lOtn and Everett fats.
Phones: Broadway 2133. Auto. 531-33.
HOLMAN & SON
(Founded In 1854.)
Third and Sainion tats. Main 0507.
SAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
"The Family Sets the Price."
414 East Alder St.
P hones Eaat O002. East 977 4.
SNOOK & W HE ALOON
Belmont at 35th. Tabor 1259.
C. E. Wilson. rt. i.
248-250 Kiliingsworth Ave. Wal. 3306.
THE POK'l'LAM) MOKT UAKY,
MORRISON AT 12TH. WEST SIDE.
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone East 0781.
1 n 7CI I CD On 92 William Ave.
HiRitLULILUUi i hone East 1088.
Third and Clay. Main 4152.
r H 1 .
l ion sts
354 Wanhlngton St.
Flowers for All Occasions Artistically
Ross and Rare Orchids a Specialty.
, Quality and Service Since 18U0.
TTnder New Management.
FLORAL niCSKiXS A SPKCIAtTY.
CUT FtOVVKKS. POTTED PLANTS.
249 Alder St.. Bet. 2d and 3d.
Phone liroadway 7126.
HOTHOUSES, fUVZZm ""
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Washington, Bet. 4th and 6th Sts.
Phone Broadway 4537.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florist. Floral de
signs specialty. Sixth at Alder. Main 7213.
CHAPPELL'S FLOWER SHOP
831 Morrison. N. W. Bank Bldg. Main 8110
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. . Offices, room
lou, courthouse. rione Main oil
from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at its home, 535 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 0764. Dogs for sale. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled
horses. Small animals painlessly
electrocuted where necessary and
6 tray animals cared for. All dead r.ni
maU, cows, horses, etc., picked up.
- Iris &
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
tea 4th St.. Opp. City Hall. VEP BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARELE WOSiKS
e.JHIRD & FINE STS, I HONE 743
COGGINS MARBLE & GRANITE CO.
Georgia granite. "The Stone Eter
nal." 1384 Rodney ave. Wl. 1987.
CUT, SEAM, hem, machine-pleat skirt,
75c; hemstitching, 5c; ma.ll orders so
licited. Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., Soft
. oth st.
ASSAVEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAlf OFFICE, 142 2d St.
Cioict, silver, platinum bought.
IR. McMAHON. baths. Portland; steam
showers, plunges, tubs, all for 85o;
tell your friends. 4th and Washington
THE IK WiN-iiuiJfiiON COMPANY,
387 WasH. Broadway 3144.
WILLIAM, Esteie, Fioreiio and DeWane
Deveney. the onlv scientific chiropo
dists and arch specialists in city. Par
lors 302 Gerlinger bldg., southwest jcor-
ner 2d and Alder sts. Majn lam.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles
scientiiicaiiy corrected, lady assistant.
fliz Morgan bldg. Main 6762. .
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg-, Broad-
way votftt. no collections, no charge,
j THE OPENING dancing classes of the
Alisky Dancing school will begin Sep
tember IS. Instructions given in mod
ern ballroom, also fancy and aesthic
dancing taught. Enroll now. Agnes
bummers. Main 4614. 3d and Morn
dancing school : best in
struction, nrivate and class dalJy.
Broadway and Main. Auto. 513-89.
DR. B. . WRIGHT
Third Floor Raleigh BldR.
Corner of Sixth and Washington St..
Broadway 7219. Automatic 2119.
We Can Prove This
DR. A. W. KEENE
Your "Teeth Sleep" While We Work.
Above Majestic Theater. 351 Wash, at.
O. C. PRIICHAK1) private detective:
day calls. Main H664: night calls. Main
2784. 1333 Northwestern Bank bldg
BOUGHT AND SOI.n
NICHOLAS ELECTRIC WORKS
Phone 527-27. 226 Main t
PACIFIC LANDSCAPING CO..
Landscape engineers and ornamental
nurserymen. P. o. box 144. route 1,
Portland. Tabor 0244
V. KAfaPAR. practical ladles tailor
RoyaH bldg., 346. Morrison at.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer. 528 Chamber
of Commerce bldg.
PIANO TUNER. 30 years" experience
" - ijAnau.N. ttesponslbie. Tabor 5307
PIANO lessons, experienced teacher
your home. $1. Phone 643-13.
F. A. SAMUELSON, expert piano tuner.
reprg., tone regulating. Walnut 3440.
OI'TOMET H I STS.
Out of the HiKfi-Kent District.
JfS?! Years.' experience. Consult us
natrons. Or. Samue Goldman. assolatA
optometrist. jain 212.
Chas. W. Goodman. 209 Morrison.
rv WHY PAY MOKE?
v. ClltKiKfX in ITrtlH.fniH framA.
VTS fitted to your eyes, $2.50;
ir double vision elasses at low
! prices; satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. A-
! E. Hurwitz. optometrist, First st.
DR. GEORGE RURE.VfaTEIN, veteran
optician: eyes tested, glasses fitted:
broken lenses dup. icated very reason
able. 226 Morrison st. Main SOU.
F. W. BALTES & CO.
First at Oak. Broadway "4641
McCRACKEN & PATCH. Wa.shinton,
T k ( ijoca rt-ii! rr-iiidiivr in roruann.
p. b. Prandenberger, 407 Gerlinger
I R. C. WRIUHI. registered patent attor
ney yearn; ii in v-in.iuii reauy valuable-see
attorney. ftOt Deknm bldg.
PAINTING AXD TINTING.
GET YOUR rAl.MI.Mi, ."iiu.xs A.vn
RAINY SEASON. BEST WORK AND
MATERIAL,. 2ft VSAKS' SXPBR
ENCE. TABOR 02C.R.
r PfPtV Kfpairs by experts.
DR. R- A. PHILLIPS. Broadway build
ing, stomacn. ooweis, nver. Kidney,
bladder, rectal, prostate and female
d i sorders, without operation.
ROOF REPAIRED AND PAINTED: TIN
AND PAfKK KUUF UUATbU . WITH
P I TCH. TABOR 929.
The most beautiful, exquisite Rest
Cure. Invalid and Convalescent Home.
Electro-Hydro- i nerapeutic Institute.
Six acres of sunshine and majestic
Diet, good home cooking, the best of
nursing. Patients can be treated under
their own doctor's care.
For terms apply to superintendent
Dr. Alfred Bach, Portland. Lents. Ore
gon, Foster ana bprmg road. Phone
TRANSFER AM STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO
474 Glisan St. Bdwy. 1281.
Four Warehouses on Terminal Tracks
WATCH RE PAIRING.
DO NOT throw your watch away: I will
repair, guaranteed any watch 2 years:
prices reasonable; 30 years' experience.
Harry Brown. 149. 3d., near MorrUon.
NOTICE OF FILING TRADE-MARK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Western Cooperage Co.. an Ore
gon corporation, owning the trade
mark hereinafter described, has filed
the same in the office of the Secre
tary of State of the state of Oregon.
Said trade-mark Is described a fol
lows: A chain of connected links.,
arranged In the form of a cir
cle, and around the inner
margin of said circle appear
the words, "Western Cooper
age Co., V. S. A ." and in tho
center of the circle and with
in the words 1 aforesaid, ap
pear ttte words "Hard Fir.'"
the latter word appearing im
mediately under the former
Said trade-mark Is to be applied
to the following articles of merchan-
Tight barrels, casks, kegs,
staves, headings, tanks, con
tainers and other wooden
The name of the private corpora
tion owning such trade-mark is
Western Cooperage Co.
WESTERN COOPERAGE CO.
Made from your old worn-oat carpet
Saves naif tne price oi new ragi.
Send your raffs and woolen cloth.
Mall Orders. Send for Book er,
9x12 Kug-ft, Steam Cleaned , $1.5U
East aasu. jsb tn tt.
NOKTHWEbl K"ti CO.
Edward E. Goudey Co.
ttaited State Bank Bonding.
ff HARD Z
Tl -?'-S J
R K. 14 M A 1 E S are ' those BI B
ROOFED, good-looking, substantially
bum Sectional Garages that you
in your neighborhood.
"Built to Eli dure!" Absolutely
Easy to erect. Economy to ahlp.
(Ve Deliver snd Kreet Garmffe la
Portland. Stain Applied, for $47.
EKDIMAUK BLDG. CO., Portland.
13 K 11th. Two Blocks South
Hawthorne. Phone Sast HI.
G. F. McDougall Go.
Reqr. Patent Attorney.
Phone Broadway 4(056.
213 Chamber of Commerce Bids
aoxioo corner, improved; 5story
brick; well located; close In;
splendid value. Trice $60,000;
will consider other propertv In
part payment to $15,000. Sub
stantial mortgage can be ar
ranged. Inrttde Properly Dea ler.
TfreUth Floor Yeon Bldar.
House and lot situated at 22
King street; best residence loca
tion in Portland. Must be pold
at once. No reasonable offer
APPLY FIIAXK K. HART.
914 Spalding Bid.
ror falp tint and Apartnirnt I'roprrly .
$6500; store and four apartments,
partly furnished ; gun heat ; cant n1d,
good.- district; permanent tenants;
overhead expense $10O per ynar; net
income over $1300 year; $410" will
handle; immediate possesion if de
sired. See owner. 6rj Worcester blrig.
1395- NET ON 4-FLAT BUILDING.
Five rooms in eali, everything in
A-l condition, newly renovated and
painted; well located, 0x100 lot. on
hbxrt'w. goddard, realtor.
243 Stark Street. Pdwy. 731.
NEW lOUiJLE-FLAT building on th
west side blvd., just outside or city
limits near Multnomah ; income Sfl
per month; will sell at $00 on easy
terms; most excellent opportunity to
buy a fine investment at a low figure.
Ben Riesland, 404 Piatt bMg.
FURMSHKD apt. house, with a nft in
come $MNl a year; on account ottier
business will consider 4 or ft-room bun
galow and t.'t.OO as first payment: need
money; do not reply unless- interested;
no agents. AT. Ki3. Oregonian.
IRVIMlTll.N FLAT. rl(MI0.
Only Irvlngton flat for sale; good
location. Well built and strictly mod
ern; two blocks from carllne. Call
Mr. Lemoiti Bdwy. H007.
Good buy; close-in east aide corner,
llxl00. Tabor 7141.
FOR quick tale, fi-ruoni fiat for sale,
furnished, bath; JHi.-i will take It;
agents. 70 North Oth and Everett.
For Hale, Lots.
Acre tract, corner 47th and Mason
sts.. jnst outside of city. 12Ux.1ll9 ft.
Thi lays so- that It can be cut In 3
pieces if purchaser desires; city water,
gas and electricity, good gravel street.
See salesman at Wilshtre branch of
fice, H3d and Hryce ave. Aut. 39-31.
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
1RV1NGTO.N Block bounded by Stanton.
Siskiyou, East loth and East lrtih. now
being developed. Drive out today an
look it over. These choice lots will
soon be offered for sale to high-class
home' owners. Call and sea sketch of
RITTER. LOWE & CO., Realtors.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Hldg.
HYPE PARK LOTS.
1230 to 4-,0.
No assessments to assume, may h
handled on easy terms Inquire
Rose City Park branch office, 45th and
Sandy blvd. Aut. 320-10.
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
j. ROSE CITY.
Corner lot. close to car. 50x100 ft
Rose City fark branch office. 45th and
Sandy blvrl. Auto 3L'H-lo.
J. Lu HARTMAN COMPANY.
WEST SLOPE MT. TAHOR. SK.MI.
E. 5TH ST.. NEAR HAWTHORNE
Facing west on E. 5Mth St., 45 feet
north of Hawthorne ave. All Imp. in
and paid; bearing fruit trees. A buy
228 Henry Hldg. Broadway 4754
ROSE CITY LOT.
Paved street in and paid. Price only
1800. See salesman at branch nftire
45th and Sandy blvd. Aut. 320-10. J
L. Hartman Company.
Below the hill: Improvements in and
paid. See our salesman at branch or
fice. 45th 'and Sandy blvd. Aut. 26-10.
J. L. Hartman Company.
SO.M E SNA P.
Cioice lot on K. 57th st. N. shout
2 oiks, from Sandy blvd.. sewer, walk
and curbs included In the cash price
of xtsotl. call f.Hst 3i I l.
A fine location for light mfjr., laun
dry, foundry, etc., on Grand ave. and
Stephenson St. Phone Owner, Auto.
520-42. Tabor 0452.
KENTON LOT. 4oo. TERMS.
Facing north, on Winchfil St.. 175
ft. west of Delaware. Improvemenels
22S Henry Bldg. Broadway 4754
RVINGTON .1500; looxloO; go look
todav: northeast corner East 24th st.
and Thompson; worth $5000; must be
RITTER. LOWE & CO.. Realtors.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Hidg
$1)50. ALL improvements in and paid,
c ose to Jetteraon nign. terms. Bcaull
ful wooded lots, ;;,U to ftlOO. Easy
3T N. W, Bunk hldg. Main 37S
PORTLAND HEIGHTS; 85x100; must bo
sold; soutnwest corner ihl r.im; some
one Is going to get a bargain; look It
over and make offer.
RITTER LOWE & CO., Realtors.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg
$675. all improvements In and paid;
on E Tavlor near E. 47th.
R33 X. W. Bank bldg. Main 3"7.
IRVINGTON J1700; choicest location on
22d St.. near Brazee. There's a reason
for letting It go
RITTER. LOWE & CO.. Realtors,
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Mflg.
LAURELHURST LOT, J1100.
Facing west on Floral ave.. 300 feet
north of Glisan st. Imp. paid.
28 Henry Bldjr Broadway 4754.
SOU HILL Head of Lovejoy, $3250
dandy view; might divide. Let
RITTER. LOWE & CO, Realtors.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
-rr . a vr HK'IIHTS KVAF
Nice level lot with trees, hardsurfare'
street, 3 blocks to car. J',100 clear. Main
PORTLAND HEIGHTS SNAP.
Level lot. trees, hard surface street,
paid for, 3 blocks car, J8U0. Alain
' ROSE CITY PARK CORNER tfcllO.
49TH AND KLICKITAT.
ADJOININCr LOT $500.
1 m provements paid. Owner East fl20H.
100x100 W'OODLA V'N district. $500. plus
street assessments. lermi ii wanieu-
is n . :.
ANY OF TKtSK S CASH, i MONTHLY.
Splendid corner, 4tixlOU, 2 biks. from
Splendid corner. H -acre tra,'t In
Brentwood, Just outside city limit;
SUxlou. 1 blk. off I'nlon av . nar
Interstate bridge; a!hr.y. splendid
view; we have two ot th,e lots at
.10x100. ner Portsmouth: splendid
soli. 3 blks. from csr; price f.H'..
East front, ."-x.K7, on new ma'',
adam street, senera and sldawa.ka in;
ANY OF THKSK 110 CASH. 110
100x100 In Stanford Hie. : price l2n.
Splendid SOxloo in Irvlnitnn 1'iik.
all kimls of native trees.
SOxlOO in Alberta district; aldrwalka
on both sides; price WIS.
41jtlu0, with alley In rear, neir Wood
stock ave.; has Mendid shade lra;
S,e Dwyer. with
FKBD W. liKHMAN CO. REALTOH.
732 Cham, of ('m.
$15 nOWX-JU MONTH.
ll.M'O PARK Ri 'SK,
A few ariadn tr"a. balance alresrfv
for plowing; rich silt garden land. our
crop should more than make your pav
ments: low cmrity tx. no huii'litts: r
strlctlons. This new tract ! rar v
all sold; this choire pice and a tw
others left. s. thl. to'lay Hi,-H lan1,
low prlcen. eauv terms and auod J, 'ca
tion: north of sandv blv-l. an-i -;irt.i,w
Parkrose branch ofltr opn every dv.
Take Rose City V r k-I'arkrose car.
SO to end of l!n". Tahor '.'no-
J. L. HART MAN" lOMl'AST.
8 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
SOME GOOD LOT HUYS.
$ 800 Graveled streets, near school;
550 60xlO() corner. 40th ava,; every
900 BOxloo. Alameda Park; very-
100050x10(1. Broadwav near B. Vh;
mortgage of 13.MI. nuke of.
fer for equity; coat IKtMl
1750 100x100. 1 block from carlina:
E. 27th near Alnaworth.
1100 50x100 K. 21)th nr i'reseott;
1475 50xl0i, K 51st mar Sandy;
IBOf) 57xl"0. Laurelhurst. cor. Hort
HENRY W. OOULiARO. REALTOR. .
Stark St. ly. 731
J.ITS. PARK HOSE.
A I.L OT EA H KP
J3 DOWN. I.Vt MONTH. 1ptei-t In
ctudd. at ; rich silt (nil. suitable
for celery, onions, asparagus, berrien
garden. You must se this rich land
to appreciate Its value Come out to
day; north of Sandv blvd. and rarllne.
low county tax. no building reatMf
tinns. Parkrose branch olf'ce pn
every day. Take He city Tark
f'arkroee car. go to end of line. Tahor
J. L. HARTMAN COM PANT.
8 Chamber of CotntTiTce Bldg.
BUILD IOLR HOME
IN LAPP'S ADOtTIOV.
Only 'JO minutes' wa'k to the
courthouse. Nice lots f,r SlOoo.
Second Mortgage Pnv Wa.
WAKE IT. MH. Ht'll.UKK.
Po von know there Is not a
finished bungalow for sale In th s
beautiful, clos in dlstr.ct. Re
strictions do not forbid a duplra
bouae or bungalow.
Se Mr Pelah'tnty.
LAPP ESTATE CO.. -0 Slark St.
Bdwy. 5754. Res.. Tabor 704.
$13 DOWN ti t MONTH.
Ash and oak shad" trees, rich silt
garden land; no building restrictions,
low county tax. 24t-ft. frnnlax-; Ui
south boundary Is a stream. This l
a beautiful spot for a little suburban
home; come out today. Parkrose
branch office open every ilav. lake
Roae City I'ark-Parkrose car. " to
end of line.
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY
8 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
WHY NoT HI'lLDT
It Is leas expensive. W ara
Interested in how well we can
build, not how much we can -t
for building. See Us before buy
ing or building.
02 Couch Bldg. Broadway 57-
Improvements all In and paid,
snap for caBh.
ALA M En A.
Close to Alameda drive. 11750.
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY,
Rose ("il v Itranch I'tfi,
45lh and Saii'lv Blvd.
WEST Mi K I' L A N 1 .
Where els- In til- .Hole rtiy can t
found for the mon.y al that we if.r
here? A fully iii,,."v.-,l di-tricl. I..
cor service, n-ar Heed loil.R- and
Lois as i"w e -
i,,l,l..ra. We could nientl.,n inanv
more thing". Look tor yuum-jr. all
Mr. Patterson w nil ,, ..
LAI'l" LriTAllu COMPANY,
Bdwy. 5754. 24 H Mar kS L
jcno III is E CITr Alt
ciH.w.ikH. awer. iirh.H Mini water In
and paid. full r. l" ft.
cated on 7lh "t.. ju.i l-. ft.
the Alameda drive. This l a
.,,.1 mum he a., Id Immediately.
..l..mm at Hose ily pirk
office, 451h and Mati'ly b.iil.
I R V 1 N U Tl I N 1 1 S T It 1 1 'T-- I ""
U. laric- lot 7 We have
50xl5-5s lu-'i ft. tracts left
K. 2' h
between Tlliani'mk anil
u from fin,? ro
'J h i i, ,' m,
type homes; mar to w nl'""
u,..u .,.!,., I and C11V nark. Your
,.nriunitv lo get a lorue l"l for In"
nnev. Drive by t-d,i;.-
UlTTf.ll LI I WE '"'.
ill 2 3-5-7 11""
"it y 1'irk.
l.un..'. -.. T.,..,, (i-.lt
I In; cne.il. ' ::lrjl-
For NkIc lloii-c-.
""ii i:ii;n i s n m k.
v.r. flue view ol t-i'y and moun
tains, six rooms: oak
fireplace; while l'
housekeeping In tills ho
half block aay. Iiard
hII convenleni ,i, 1 wo
210 SI ark si.
KKNT 1 "R 1" YKll
nod 7-room in, nee i ,,
end of that
tune, st M turn in "
SllMHl; on rv
i h near II i inor ii". -
ttilt he Ol'.
Ih.ng to K e awV. O'M
,e,l lo have ym call at
.ri.. ,f v,,u are inler-s
Rl.ril HAIIRIH ''
310 c 1 1 a 1 1 1 b er i f ' ; " m n i r c
,L-tv e,.v 4-r,,,,in iil'-irmi'-iii s-
llant fin P. a
ins in ' ,. u(
combination range. ''".,,'';', '
inciuiieu i'i i""'' ,
nat-ve trees; a dnliilv li, a
5on cash. I.a In nee tn-nthi'.
,r -i r. r .'is i' '
TlTviNlJToN NKW hi '.'!' "
....11 .irli-UV lllildern e-lieilll bUI.KH
line fireplace, garat
i in and uj "i .
: hunt f'i
-t K.ist 2,
lie me; just
e.,.i,l.le,l. 45 1 K..et i'i III
flM..,,.n,,U ITl'e a"i I'll 'ea
Enable term- owner. 31 Hoard of
T rade hid g 1 ' r o a I w a y ,4 '.
"SOUTH" MT. TAP. HI.
4 rooms, combination livlm and lln
room, lire, i n n-ii, iv
i. i'.,.,.rxr tnivs: 1 bioek fl"
near good wlto.il. Praii.l new ami
::h.-.0: terms. Aut. "21
; i.-H icd
at a sacrifice price oi
ituntial home of 0
rii,iiie oi e, ,,- -
ear. 6 blocks from
Bdwy. .'i",4. 31 Cham he r
f r, rnni'
nr. VT a house of
-,-.. In Rose City Park. 1.
Alameda, on paved street, v. nil g -rage:
must get this at on.:e : "t '-
HAKRT PRCKWITII. nltor
213 Corbet t Hldg. ' ' 'JL.'i ."'!
ion CASH. bal. 12" mo. ! mt . !';')
room cottage; lot MiK'.lMl. frj.t .. id
berries: 1 o. to jumiiii'ii
once il?iii; I'll" i. ',.,--, ".
school. H - ' ''
'.'t i- T.ivi
Nlt-1, new. 4-r,,uiii tui.s .i 10 .
b:h; OUXMIO im, "n ."on i.-;.
$141111 on easy terms. Ciwrer. i
FOR SAI.13 flarag 2"
n iimOert DUi l-:n cui i't
1 1 m i - ciose to school mill car. mm:
cheap. 3 10.3 li:M ft K
nd al. p.
oi k. 'ei v fa.y
rn. ftreet r
surf. ice Mreei..
,,tri an,r l-lg
I. add Lslaio i. ,