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THE MORNTXG OREGOXIAX, ' WEDNESDAY," OCTOBER 11, 1922
CHURCH WOMEN IET
PRESBYTERIAX WOMEN LAY
MISSION PLANS. ' f
Home 'and foreign Work Taken
Up at Session of Members-
of Oregon Synod? -
Reports and plans for -the home
and foreign missionary work, of the
Preebj'terian church are being con
sidered at the fourth annual meet
ing of the Woman's Synodical Home
and,- Foreign Missionary society of
the synod of Oregon, held yesterday
and today at the First Fresbyterian
church in Portland.
Dr. Adelaide Woodard of Fateh-
Brarh, India, addressed last 'night's
session on the subject of "India.
Dr. Woodard is at the head of the
rPresby terian memorial,, hospital
India, where she took, up the work
after leaving an active practice in
Seattle. She told of mission work
in that country and illustrated her
remarks with instances from the
Twenty girls participated in the
visualization of a missionary hymn,
four foreign countries being repre
sented by groups of five. -All wore
costumes. Five - American-born
Chinese girls from the Portland
mission, five negro girls, 'five girls
from Rose City Park church repre
senting Indians and fiye -.Millard
avenue church girls," representing
India, were in the group. -f -
Mrs. Fletcher Linn, president of
the organization, presided at the
morning session. Reports were
given by officers of the society, in
cluding Mrs. H. M. Nisbit, recording
secretary; Mrs. A. S. Pattullo, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. J. C.
Fulton, financial secretary; Miss
Hulda Anderson, secretary for
Christian Endeavor; Mrs. O. L. Price,
secretary for children's work; Mrs.
Li. P. Hewitt, secretary for West
minster guild; Mrs. L. T: Nelson,
. secretary for missionary work; Mrs.
J. S. King, secretary for literature;
Mrs. P. A. Ten Haaf, secretary for
Freedman; Mrs. J. W. Angell, secre
tary for associate members," and
Mrs. L. K. Moore, secretary for
Messages were given by Presby
terial presidents, including ' Mrs.
J. E. Akey of Pendleton, Mrs. W. O.
Ashby of Portland, Mrs.' Volney
Dixon of Medford, reporting for
Mrs. W. F. Brown, and Mrs. A. W.
Blackburn of Willamette valley.
Mrs. C. M. Humphreys, president of
the Grand Ronde presbytery, was
SCHOOL DISPUTE ENDED
"Directors Settle Trouble With
Silverton High Students.
SILVERTON, Or., Oct. lp.--(Spe-cial.)
The disagreement ; between
the Silverton school board" and the
high school students reached an end
at the last board meeting, when the
board decided to practically Te-store
the former course of study which
the students asked for. :' ;
One of the big complaints the
board had to meet was that when
the course of study was changed,
removing Spanish, it made it im
possible for the juniors of last year j
to complete the two years of lan
guage needed for college entrance,
as many of them had taken Spanish
with the idea of taking the second
year of Spanish duringtheir- senior
year. When Latin was the. only
language left them they0, had no
way of getting two years of -any
The board also gave permission
for the purchase of four new type
writers which were needed badly.
BREAKWATER IS PLANNED
State Fish Hatchery ami Bridge
at Oakridge Threatened.
EUGENE, Or., Oct. 10. (Special.)
- Members of the state game and
fish commission are expected here
tomorrow to accompany members
of the Lane county court to Oak
ridge, where they will determine
the improvements to be made to
prevent the overflew from Salmon
creek damaging the fish hatchery
and bridge at that point. .
It will be necessary, say county
officials, to build --' a breakwater
above the bridge and hatchery to
confine the winter flood watery to
the old channel. A new channel
bas been formed by overflows and
the hatchery and bridge are mep
aced. WOMAN AUTOIST IS HURT
Machines Damaged Badly in Col
lision Xear Raymond.
RAYMOND, Wash., Oct. rlO.
(Special.)- A. A. Yorgensen, local
shoe dealer, had the front end of
his automobile badly smsl.ed yes
terday in a head-on collision with
a car driven by G- H. EveretE.of
South Bend. v .
Yorgensen. his wife and four chil
dren were on their way to South
Mrs. Yorgensen suffered slight in
juries. Everett acknowledged his
liability for damages. His car was
damaged, though ot as bad. as
Yorgensen's. The damage to both
cars will not be less than $S00.
Jitney Hcarins Staged.
CENTRALIA, Wash., Oct. 10.
(Special.) Hearings were held in
Centralia yesterday by Frank R.
Spinning: of the state- department I I
of public works on the applications j -of
the Kay Bee Stage company to I r
extend its Aberdeen-Centralia serv
ice to Chehalis: of A. C. Rainey to
operate a passenger and express
service between Centralia a-nd Tono;
and of Robert Allbritton to .operate
a passengrer stage between Centralia
and Tono and the Union camp. De
cisions will be rendered later by
Mr. Spinning The proposed Kay
Fee extension was contested by the
Northern Pacific, Great Northern
and Union Pacific railways and by
the North Coast Power company,
which operates an electric line be
tween Centralia and Chehalis.
Stork Salesman on Trial.
MOXTESAXO. Wash.. Oct. 10.
(Special ) Trial of P. A. Farquhar
son. salesman for the Equitable
Finance, Bond & Mortgage com
pany, Haigllt buildingr. S-att!e, who
was arrested last week on a eharsre
of sellinsr stock in a company with
out complying with the require
ments of the statute in rcgrard to
license, was heard Moruiiiy after
noon in Justice of the- Peace Big
nold's court. Argument will be
made Wednesday. October IS. Wit
nesses asainst Farquharson were
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Willi. Brady
and James F. Lerhorn. state di
rector of taxation and; examination.
Potato Crop Pug by Tractor.
' MARSHFIELD, Or' Oct. 1(, (Spe
ctal.) Norton & Campbell, 150
acres of bottom land potatoes - in
the Coquille valley, are racing:
against time to get their crop har-
vested -before fall rains interfere J
with the work. The crop will be
dug by a tractor and harvested by
a crew of 40 to 60 men. The re- -ports
from the owners say the crop,
although not as heavy as usual, is ,
of better quality than in ordinary .
seasons. The potatoes have been J
contracted for y California buy
ers and will be shipped through
Marshfield as soon as dug.
Vocational School Opens.
CEXTRALIA, Wash., Oct. 10.
(Special, i A part-time vocational
School was opened in Centralia to
day that will enable Centralia boys
to learn a trade and work at the
same time. The school will be held
five days a week and from 8:30
A. M. to 11 A. M. daily. The course
offered is largely auto mechanics,
but will include allied subjects, me
chanical drawing-, applied mathe
matics, etc. L. B. Travers, state
supervisor of vocational education,
is here to assist in getting" the new
. MoonsUiners Are Convicted.
; MOXTESAXO, Wash.. Oct. 10.
(Special.) J. A. McBride, formerly
a deputy sheriff, and Gilbert Grant
were found guilty by a superior
court jury here Monday- afternoon
of manufacturing whisky. The two
men were discovered August 23 by
W.. A. Hamra . and W. R. Inm5n.
deputies in the office of Sheriff Gib
son, in the act of operating a large
liquor still in the deep woods near
Damon Point in the western part
of the : county. They have since
been in the county jail here.
Chinook TaKen in Curry County.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Oct. 10. (Spe
cial.) Chinook salmon are being-
taken in Sixes and Elk rivers.
shipped to Coquille through Bandon
on the Coquille river, there icedeand
forwarded to Reedsport for repack
ing for the eastern market. The
run in the two Curry county rivers
said to be the best in several
years and the transportation facil
ities put them in Coquille six or
seven hours after the fish are taken,
thus assuring their being in good
School Debt to Be Paid.
MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE, St.
Benedict, Or., Oct. 10. (Special.),
The executive and solicitors com
mittees of the bazaar which is to
be held here November 30 and De
cember 2 and 3, 'held a joint meet
ing at the school auditorium Sun
day for the purpose of assigning
each solicitor his particular terri
tory, and other plans were dis
cussed to make the bazar a grand
success. The proceeds of the bazaar
will go towards paying off the debt
on St. Mary's sch'ool.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
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city work for Portland, and vicinity.
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In order to earn the more than one
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month $2.25 per line
The above rates apply to all head
ing! with the following exceptions:
Each insert tion
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Business Opportunity Headings.
Help Wanted. Proposals Invited.
; Lort and .Found, .Special Notices.
Fertionsl. Funeral Notice.
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Connt five words to the line.
No ad taken for less than two lines.
Ads run jSundays only charged at
Advertisements (except "Personals"
and "Situations Wanted") will b
taken over the telephone If the ad
vertiser is a subscriber to phone.
The Oregontan will receive adver
tising by mail provided sufficient re
mittance for definite number of issues
.s sent. Acknowledgment will be for
Advertisements are taken for The
Daily Oresonian until 7:34) P. M.. for
iiie Sunday Oreonxan until 0 P. 4L
BEGINS TOMORROW EVE.
Tickets Now Selling.
UCTT JC Brt"y. Taylor
llEilJ-zlVJ phone Main 1.0OO
SPECIAL PRICE MAT. SAT.
in the Comedy Triumph
I Splendid Supporting; Cant
Price. Including War Taxi
F.ve's J2.20 $1.65, $1.10, S5c, 65c.
Sat. Ma. $1.65, $1.10, 55c.
Mats. 2:30; Nights 7-9
Second Big Veek
FIVE NEW VAUDEVILLE ACTS
"Shows at S'.no, 7 and 9 I M.
Continuous Show 1 to 11 P. M.
BRIXDAMOUR ROSE DIOXE
& CO. in Silent Tears
7 VARIETIES 7
Children Always 10
Contest "ri. Eve.
NOW PLAYING AT
Baker Theater TlX
Mat. DnflT 2 P. M. Evf'm T nnd t
THE CIRCLE THEATER
Fourth at Washington.
Open from 9 o'clock in the morning
nntil4 o'clock the following morning
Phone your want, ads to The
Oregonian. Main 7070.
AUCTION SAIES. '
At Wilson's Auction House. 10 A
Furniture. 169-171 Second street.
GUL RAZEE GROTTO
Wednesday luncheon, Wash
ington Hazel wood. Judge
Walter H. Evans, speaKtr.
Childhood dance, Pythian
temple, Thursday. October
1 r.rntfn enn vantlnn film
Liberty theater, one week, starting Sat
urday. October U mmnnial Saturday.
j October 21. Stop, look and read Grotto
news acts. Order of Monarch.
HARRY A. ilcRAE, Sec.
NO. 1, K. T. Drill corps
meeting Thursday evening.
October 12. at 8 o'clock. A
full a ftfrriflnpB ia vnSoiBi4
It is our evening. Make it worth while.
C. F. WIEGAXD, Sec.
OREGON COMMANDER Y
NO. 1. K. T. Stated con
clave Thursday evening.
October 12. at 7:30. Tour
attendance will be appre-
C. P. WIEGAND. Rec
NO. 3, R. A. M. Special
convocation this (Wednes
day) a.t 5 P. M. Two Royal
Employers needlngr help of
any description, telephone
Broadway o'5H. Only . Ma
sonic help furnished from
this office. No charge to employer or
employe. 4. ti. Acnison, manager, Ma
sonic headquarters, Multnomah hoteL
FKIB.VDSHIl' LODGE, NO.
160, A. F. AND A. M. B. A.
degree, 6 P. M., Wed'., Oct.
11. East 57th and Sandy
By order W. M.
MT. TABOS LODGE, NO.
42, A- F. and A. M. Special
ft t TVT sta-ted communica
tion 7:30 P. M. Pythian
Temple, M. M. Degree.
NO. 46. A. F.' AND A. M.
Snecial communication - to
night (Wednesday) at 6:45
o'clock. East 8th and Burn-
side. PVC, degree.
W A V E R L T CHAPTER,
NO. 134. O. E. S. Annual
banquet this (Wednesday)
.ucninc Ort. 11. 6 OClOCK
for members of Waverely
chapter only at Waverly
hall. Stated communication
a nvitr w.vtirlv hall. East 26th an
Clinton. Take Richmond or Woodstock
car. Degrees. Visitors welcome. By
order W. M.
JEAN M. OSBORNE, Sec.
Tjrt -2 T. o. O. F.. will
have work in the first de
gree this (Veanesaayj
evanin. it 8 o'clock. 8 N.
near Stark. Visiting brothers
WILLIAM H. POPHAM, N. G.
JESSE T. JONES, Rec. Sec.
COURT MOUNT HOOD NO.
1 FORESTERS OF AMERICA
Meets every Wednesday
night at East Side Business
h.li 114 Grand ave.
fourth Wednesday each month.
LIBERTY ASSEMBLY. NO. 52S.
UNITED ARTISANS, will give a dance
Wednesday, Oct. 11, East Side Woodman
hall, East 6th and Alder "streets. Good
music. Prize waltz will be the feature of
the evening. Admission 35c. Public in
vited. B. P. O. ELKS, .No. 142. Members are
requested to meet at the chapel of Fin
ley & Son this '(Wednesday) afternoon.
2 30 o'clock, to conduct the funeral serv
ice of our late Brother J. A. Wilson.
Visiting brothers invited to attend..
M. R. PAULDING, Secy.
FIVE HUNDRED party. Don't over
look the party given by Laurel club,
Wednesday, October 11, at 409 Alder
strtet. Merchandise bonds. Come and
bring your friends. Ten prizes. One door.
HALL on Washington street for rent
mornings, Wednesday and Sunday nights.
See Maccabees. Morgan building.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends, mem
bers of local 38-6, I. L. A., the Good
Samaritan hospital nurses and officials
for kindness during illness and death of
my husband and sod.
MRS. CHAS. MURPHY
MRS. JENNIE PARSONS,
We wish to thank "our many kind
friends also the Fraternal Order of
Eagles, Aerie No. 4, also Order Chris
topher Columbus for their help and sym
pathy during the recent illness and death
of our beloved husband and father, and
also for the beautiful floral offerings.
MRS. CARI.INE DEROGATIS,
MRS.' MARY DEROGATIS.
SCHAD In this city. Oct. 9, Eva, aed
4H years, wife of rVnthony Schad of
47 East 17th St., and sister of Mrs.
John W. Baker of Portland. Mrs.
Sophia Courtway ot Chiloquim. Or.;
Mrs. William McAully of Tacoma.
Wash., and Afrs. Maggie Billiard of
Bellireham, Wash. The remains are at
" Finley'a mortur ry, Montgomery at 5th.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KIDD October 9. at Hastings. Neb.,
Emeline A., aged tiS years, wife of
William A. Kidd of 1321 East Main
street, mother of Genevieve E., Koy
W. and Leslie A. Kidd and Mrs. L-ee
Wood Crutcher of Portland .and Jo
seph M Kidd of Sterling. A. The
remains will be brought to Portland
in charge of J- P. Flnley & Son.
BAKER Oct. 10, at Vancouver, Wash.,
Nancy Baker, aged 7t years, late of
Bend, Or., mother of Mrs- E. E. Coovert
and grandmother of Lynn Coovert of
Bend, D. J. Coovert of Palo Alto. Cal.,
and r aniel Comstock Baker of Port
land. The remains are at Finley's
mortuary, Montgomery at 5th. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
ALLEN At his late residence, 115 E.
34th st., October 10. Kinsley P. Allen,
aged $7 years. - Remains are at the
chapel of Snook & Whealdon, Belmont
at 35th. Notice of funeral later.
KLECAN In this city. Oct. 9, Dr. Con
stance J. Klecan. Funeral notice later.
Remains ar the residential parlors of
Miller & Tracey.
MORDEX The funeral services for Ben
jamin P. Morden. beloved husband of
Elizabeth J. llorden. father of Herbert
F. , Parks i... and Earle B. Morden.
brother of C. A., L. P.. Mima and
Lulu Morden will be held todav
OVednesday), Oct. 11. at 1 P. 11. at
Finley'a mortuary, Montgomery at 0th.
Interment Mount Scott cemetery.
McBRIDB The funeral - service for the
late Francis T. McBride of 4S7 East
Tweray-third street Xorth will be
held today Wednesday at 2 P. M.,
at the a bove residence. Friends in
vited. Concluding service Portland
crematorium, J. P. Flnley & Son.
DOWLIN In this city, Oct. 4, Wilbur
Dowlin, aged 62 years. The funeral
services will be held today, Oct. 1 1
from the conservatory chapel of the
East Side Funeral Directors, Inc.. 414
E, Alder St.. at 2:30 P. M. Friends
invited. Interment at Multnomah Cem
etery. SYME3 The funeral services of Telma
Symes. beloved infant daughter of Mrs.
Fannie Symes of 6S37 4oth ave. S. E.,
will be held Wednesday, October 11. at
2:30 P. M., at the chapel of Miller &
Tracey. Interment Riverview ceme
RABE In this city, Oct. 10. Julius Rabe,
father of Mrs.Hattie Huber. Funeral
services will be held at the chapel of
Edward Holman & Son, 3d and Sal
mon sts., Thursday. Oct. 12, at 2 oO
P. M. Interment Mt. Scott cemetery.
ANDERSEN The funeral services of the
late An tone Andersen will be held
Thursday, October 12, &t 2 P. M.. at
the chapel of Miller A Tracey. In
terment Rose City cemetery. Artisans
will have charge of services.
BLAIR The funeral services of the late
Addie M. Rlair will he held Wednesdav
October 11, at 1:30 P. M.. at the chapel
of Miller Tracey. Interment, Alult
nomah. cemetery. . .
GLOVER In this city Oot. 9, Charlep
Peyton Glover, age 82 Tears; father of
Miss Lenora Glover, Mrs. A. G. Mink.
C. D. and W. Glover, Mrs. S. C. Turner,
all of Portland. Samuel Glover of An
telope, Or.; Mrs. Harvey Taylor of Ma
cieay. Or.; Mrs. George Harber of Al
bany, Or.; Ralph and Ronald C. Glover
of Salem, Or, and Mrs. George Root
o Hermiston. Or.; brother of Samuel
Glover of Spokane. Wash. Funeral
cortage will leave the residence, 5134
7d St., Wednesday, October 11. at 9:30
A. M., thence to Macleay. Or., where
servic.es will be held at 1 P. M. and in
terment wiM be made at Macleay ceme
tery. A. D. Ken or thy & Co.. 5802
and 5804 92d St.. S. E has charge of
YEREES At the residence, ' 1002 East
lth st. N., Oct. 9; Charles M. Yerkes.
age 63 years, beloved husband of Olive
- E. Yerkes, father of Arthur M. of
Glennwood and Milton A. of Portland,
brother of E. M. Yerkes of Portland.
- Lyman. William, Fredrick, Benjamin
and Mrs. Wiliiam Palmer of Canan
d Alalia X Y Cenree Yerkes of Roch
ester. N. Y. Funeral services will be
held Thtiwrfav. October 12. at 1 P- M
at the chapel of Miller & Tncey.
Washineton st.. between 20th and 'Jist.
west side. Interment Rose City ceme
tery. Ca-nandaigua papers piease copy
FmrwjTr.a a -MiiTi-Qiiirio Or. October 9.
1822, Louisa Ann Hodges, aged 75
years; mother of Mrs. C. A. Briggs of
Marquette, Mich.; Mrs. Dan Shea and
Mrs. J. Wiltner SDraesr of Lachine,
Mich. -Mrs. F. A. Rudesiil of Milwau-
kie. Or., and Dr J. Kinney ox sea
side. Or. PnnfiraJ services will be con
ducted todav (Wednesday), October
11. at 2 P. f . in the residence fu
neral parlors of Walter C. Kenworthy
1532 and 1534 East Thirteenth street.
Sellwood. Friends invited. Interment
Mount Scott Park cemeiery.
HOWITT At " the family residence on
, Section Line road. Frederick Howitt,
63 years, beloved husband of Mary
Ann Howitt. father of George and
Tom R. Howitt and Mrs. Merbie C
Lowis. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday, October 11, at z if. m.
from the chaoel of R. W. Gable & Co.
7 East Eightieth street North. (Take
jviontavma-stark car.) f riends mvuea,
Interment in Multnomah cemetery.
WOODWORTH In this city. Octl 9, Mrs.
Homer V. Woodworth. mother of Mrs.
J. C. Morris, Goodin Station; Mrs.
George M. Houliston. New York: Mrs,
Paul E. Doty pf Portland, Or., and
Elmer Woodworth- of Portland. Or,
Funeral services will be held at the
--chapel of Edward Holman & Son, 3d
and Salmon sts., Thursday. Oct. 12, at
1 P. - M., concluding services at the
SCHLITZ In this city, Oct. 8, Agusta
Bcnutz, aged 3t years, beloved wite or
Peter Schiiiz, mother of Clara Schlitz,
sister of Hulda and Otto Fisher of
Wisconsin. The funeral services will
be held from the conservatory chapel
of the East Side Funeral Directors,
Inc., 414 E. Alder St., . Friday, Oct. 13,
at 2 P. M. Friends hvited. Inter
ment at Mc Scott Park cemetery.
WAGNER In this city, October 9, John
Wagner, aged tit years,, beloved father
of Hershall Wagner, Harry of Van
couver, Eddie of Portland. Clyde of
Seattle, Stacy of Des Moines, la.; Mrs.
Nora Brandon and Mrs. Flora Smith -of
Portland. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday, OctQber 11, at 11 A. M-,
at the chapel of Miller & Trac'ey. In
terment Rose City cemetery.
WILSON The funeral service for the
late John A. Wilson of 860 Northrup
street will be held today (Wednesday)
at 2:30 P. M., at Finiey's mortuary,
Montgomery at Fifth. - Friends invited.
Concluding service Riverview ceme
BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL.
Lots from $20 up; perpetual free
maintenance. Atwater 1236. City of
fice. Main 1002. 1025 Yeon bidg.
LIMOUSINES for funerals. weddings.
shopping. Jones Auto Livery. At. 0114.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors
Washington St., bet. 2th and 21st.
Sts.. West Side. .Lady Assistant
J. P. FINLEY&SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGO M ERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. D. Kenworthy.
R. S. Henderson.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
5S04 f)2d St., Lpnts. Automatic filS-21.
McENTEE & E1LE-RS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
home. Ittth ann Jvereit ots.
Phones. Broadway 2133; Auto. 531-33.
HOLMAN & SON
(Founded in ISM.)
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 0507.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL, DIRECTORS
(F. S. DUS.MNU, liNi.
"Ttie Family Sets the Price."
4X4 East Alder St.
Phones. Ea.'t OOS. Kast 9774
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont at 3."th. Tabor 1253
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
LTione East 07S1.
THE PORTLAND MORTUARY,
MORRISON AT l-'TH. WEST SIDE.
AD 7CI I CP Pfl 592 Williams Ave.
i III LtLLLfl UUf Phone East 1088.
CyCWCe undertaking CO..
drVCIILO Third and Clay.. Main 4152
354 Washington Ht.
Flowers for All Occasions Artistically
Rose and Rare Orchids a Specialty.
Quality and Service Since lD0.
t houses ; rrgsMAiN
'Just the Best'
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Wuhinrton, Bet. 4th and Sth Sts.
rhone Broadway 4527.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florist. Floral de
signs specialty. Sixth at Alder. Main 7215.
CHAPPELL'S FLOWER SHOP
331 MorrUon. N UT. Bank Bidg, Main 8H
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
tfiS 4th St.. Opp. Tlty Hall. "E1T BROS.
JTTO SCHUMANN MARSLE WOiiKS
X THiRO . PINE STS. f HOWE E.T43,
CUT. SEAM. HEM, machine-pleat skirt.
75o: hemstitching, fic: mail orders so
licited. Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co., 85
ASSA1LKS AN L AN At. VMS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 142 2d
Gold, silver, platinum bought.
STEAM, showers, tubs and swim, all for
0 35c. 121 Fourth st.
CARPET SWEEPER KKPAIRlNd,
EXPERT Hissell camel sweeuer rtsp-iir
man : all parts furnished. 553 Mor
THE IRU IN-HODSON CoMPAN
3bl Washington St. Broadway 3144.
WILLIAM, Estelle, Florello and DeWane
Deveney, the only scientific chiropod
ists and arcn specialists in city, far
lora 302 Gerlinger bidg.. southwest cor
ner 2d and Aider sts. Main uuj..
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles
scientifically corrected, lady assistant.
512 Morgan bidg. Main 87 H2.
NETH & CO., Worcester bidg.. Broadway
7596. No collections, no charge.
ATJSKY DANCING ACADEMY.
Expert instruction given in latest
ballroom and fancy dancing; private
and class instructton In aesthetic, ori
ental, Spanish, Egyptian, soft-shoe,
clog and many other dances tausht.
Children a specialty.- Phone Main 4614.
Alisky bidg., 3d and Morrison. Agnee
RINGLER'S dancing school; best instruc
tion, private and class daily. Broad
way and Main. Auto. 513-39.
CR. B. E. WRIGHT
Third Floor Raleigh Bidg.
Corner of Sixth and Washington St.
Broadway 7219, Automatic 2110.
We Can Prove This
DR. A. W. KEEXE
Tour "Teeth Sleep" While We Work.
Above Majestic Theater. 3.51 Wash. St
O. C. PRICHARD, Private detective;
day calls. Main 8864; night calls, Main
2784. 1333 Northwestern Bank bidg.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer. 528 Chamber
of Commerce bidg.
M"S. Out of th High-Kent District.
ears experience, consult us
tf free. Thousands of satisfied
patrons. Dr. Samuel Goldman, associate
optometrist. Main 2124.
Clias. . (ioiHlmsn, 209 Morrison.
WHY I'AV .VOKE?
Glasses in gold-filled frames,
fitted to your eyes, (2.50;
double vision glasses at low
prices; satisfaction guaranteed. Ir. A. E.
Hurwitz. optometrist. 223 First street.
DR. GEORGE RL'BENSTEIN, veteran
optician; eyes tested, glasses rittea
broken lenses duplicated very reason'
able. 2-H Morrison st. Main 3H1.
F. W. BALTES & Co.,
First at Oak Bdwy. 4641
R. C. WRIGHT, registered patent attor
ney, 25 years; if invention really valu
able see attorney. KOI Dekum bidg.
pIpCC Kepairs by experts.
nrtO Pipe Shop, 272 Wash.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Broadway build
ing, stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys,
bladder, rectal, prontate and female
disorders, without cperatlon.
Roofs repaired and painted, tin nd
paper roofs covered with . hot pitch,
TRANSFER AN I) STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.,
474 Glisan St. Bdwy. I2S1.
Four Warehouses on Terminal T'-aoks.
DO NOT throw your watch away; I will
repair, guarantee any watch 2 years,
prices reasonable; &u years' experience.
Harry Brown, 140 3d. hear Morrison.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Off ices, room
150 Courthouse. Phone Main Uili
from g A. M. to 6 P. M.
lhe society has full charge of the
city pound at its home, 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 0764. Dogs for sale. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled
horsee. Small animals painlessly
electrocuted where necessary and
stray animals cared for. All dead ani-
Made from your old worn-out carpets.
Saves half the price of new ruga
Send your rag-a and woolen cloth.
Mail Orders. Send lor Booklet.
8x1 Kugs, Steam Cleaned, $L&0.
Eat 3580. 1H8 K. 8th SU
ORTllVEr KtQ CO.
BanlneKR properties 6 . Residence
loan low rates. Installment repay
ments if desired. Loans promptly
A. H. BirreU-Gill Co.
Zlft-21t Northwestern Bank Building
71 rooms, brick bidg.; steam
heat. Grand ave., close in lo
cation. Lease 5 years and 7
months over new date of fair.
$6.35 per room; nets $310.00 per
month; no vacancies. Lease and
furnishings a bargain at $7500.
No bonus. Cash to handle, $5500.
This will pay out in 2 years.
See Mr. Marble, with
E. M. ELLIS, REALTOR
428 Morgan Bidg. Main 5060
- 8.5 Net
West Side Brick
100x100 ft. corner. Under lease term,
of years. Lessee pays all expenses,
including- taxes and insurance. This
is an excellent investment. Growing
district. Five blocks from Wash
ington street. Priced" considerably
below value at $52,500 on terms.
InMlde Property Dealers
Twelfth Floor - - lfD Bld$,
For Sale Lots.
2D MORTGAGE PRIVILEGE.
IN LADD'S ADDITION.
Builder and Investor, do yoa
know of Mother city the t ot
Portland where you can buy a
lot with all Bireet improvement
in and paid for lew than $3'H0,
In a district like Ladd's Addn.7
23 minute' wait t city ball.
A FEW MORE AT $1000.
Act quickly If yoo want one; re
strictions do not forbid a duplex
houso or bungalow.
ES MR. DELAHl'XTT.
Ladd Estate Co.. 44 Stark 6treet.
Edwy. J74. Eve., Eai 8yi
ROPE CITT DISTRICT.
V-ACRE TRACTS $430.
IIO bOV S15 MONTHLY.
Level V-acra tracts, fronting on E. j
71t.. only 3 blocks north of Handy i
blvd.. graded and graveled street and ,
Bull Run water in front of each tract. "
Take Rose City Park car to E- 71t I
and waik 3 blocks north. Saieamrn
will be on the tract to show unsold
Hnry Bhlg Bdwy. 4754.
WHT NOT HLILD?
It Is less expensivw Ws ar
interested in how well we can
buiid, not how much we can get
for bat Id I ng. Se us before buy
ing or building-
802 Couch bidg. Broadway 6574.
e ROPE CITT DISTRICT.
- AR E TRACTS J430.
$10 DOWN $13 MONTHLY.
Level -acre tracts, fronting on E.
71st- only S blocks north of Sandy blvd. ;
graded ana graveled street and Bull
Run water in front of each tract.
22S H-nry Bid a. Hrtwy. 474.
75x100: surrounded by good homes;
lSxlif garage, holly shrubs, berries,
frutt, asparagus; water piped on lot.
This Is good value for on ey
terms. Would consider second mort
gage. JOHNSON-DODSON CO.
ft.'i3 X. W. Bank Bidg. Vain S7S7.
LOTS $10 DOWN.
NEAR K1LLIXOSWORTH AND .
Ievel lots, with sewer, walks, curb,
graded street, water, gas and electric
ity, all paid; close to school; only fr.uo,
on terms of $lo down and $10 monthly.
22S Henry Blcig. 4lwy. 47M.
IRVINGTON'S beautiful block, bounded
by Stanton, Siskiyou. E. loth and fcast
Kit h ; now ready fur sale. If you ex
pect to make your home In lrvingtn
secure your iot now. Let us shosf you.
Irving; ton's bst Bd wv;. 7"7.
RITEER. LOWE & CO.. REALTORS.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bid.
ROSE CITY CAR LOT $37fl.
Level, SUxiOO lot on E. ith at . only
1 block north of Sandy. curb, walks,
graded streets and water in and paid;
owner nee d.s money, hence this snap
price of $375.
22S Henry Bidg. Bdwy. 4754
rxlO on K. 1Mb N. tifar Beech. K.
face: near school, nnd Irvinjrton car;
all improvements in and paid; new
district. Price JlfHiO cash. We have
several others in this district; can be
handled on iprms.
an ?f. W. Rank PMy. Main 77.
K)SK C1TV CAR 1,()T-3;.V
T.evPl, r0x100 lot on B. ttli st.. only
1 block north of Sandy, curbs, walks,
aradt-d Ktreets and wuiff in and pnid;
owner neds money, hence thi nap
price of $375.
22 Henry Hidr. Bdwy. 47T.4.
Be this dowirahli- lot on Alhfna nve
tfrrner Dekum. Will tlian
value or toke second mortgMgo froru
responsible bu ilder.
W. M. UMBiiENSTOCK CO .
Pdwy. rr,s. -'io Orpg-n uuig.
WEtfT iOl'K MT. TABUH.
$ 1 010
$200 rath, ail imp. paid: will g;lve
second mort K privlleif-s.
H EN'DBIiSON'-BA N Kl'S CO.,
228 Henry ldg. Hdw y 4754.
TrViXToS;- bet location "n K. 1th
Ft., between Stanton and SiHkiyou, fur.
E.; concrete driveway for auto in and
paid; a bargain for cah : let ua show
you today. Bdwy. 7."H.
RITTER. LOWE A- CO . RRAT.TORH.
2IH-2-3-S-7 Board of Trade Bld
OS LAITRKLHVRPT AVE.
Choice .buiidlna; lot on LaurelhuMt
ave., far-init north. 10 ft wfnt of 3tb.
H KXORRMOX-BANK tTS CO.,
2JS Henry Bidg Bdwy. 4754.
Nice wooded !otn c!ne to fr. $T."0
to J750, according; to improvement f :
some with nothing: down if you build
at once. All on v-ry eacy termi
R1.TX7W. Hank Bidg- Ma
IRVINGTON'S finest corner, 100x100, s.
E. cor. E. 15th and SI.kiyou; beauiful
trees and best surroundlnaa; have a
RITTER. I.OWE CO . REALTORS.
L'01-l'-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bidg.
WEST SLOPE MOUNT TABOR.
$'JOO cash, ail imp paid ; will Rive
second mortgage pri vilf ge.
223 Henry Bidg. Bdwy. 4754.
We can tret you the highest prlea the
present market warrants for your
cant property in any section of the
city. Come in and we will talk It over.
RITTER. LOW E A CO.. REALTORS.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Rldg.
HOUSES COMPLETED PROMPTLY.
Our construction and workmanship
together with liberal financial aeift-
anc-e. will please you: uoJdier bonus
RETMKRS A- .TOT.fVETTE. Sell. 2ffl4
1RV1XOTOX corner to exchange for
cheaper lot. N. W. cor., E. 17th and
Klickltt : look it over and submit
RITTER. LOWE CO.. REALTORS.
201-2-3-5-7 Hoard of Trade HMg.
$10 monthly. ."VOxlt'O on Portland
Blvd. All improvements In and paid;
near Campbell ft. Price $:t.Vi.
N. W. Hank Blig. .Main 37K7.
ROSE CITY PARK.
Located on 50 th t.. 20 feet from
Sandy: a snap at $1275. Another locat
ed 3 bck north of Sandy, near 87th,
GOOD BUSINESS CORNER.
On carline. clo.e in on east side;
$100 cash, $10 monthly.
fio3 N Wr. Hank Bidg. Main 37t7.
$2500 Bin L D E RS. ATTKXTI ON.
555 feet frcntace on paved street In
cluding two cornersi E. 53d nnd Irving
t?.; good view; city liens included in
price. Sell all or part. Tabor 234.
ROSC CITY lOnxtOQ.
Fine corner. 2 lots, $t TOO; ferme
easy; liens all paid; 4Hth and Siskiyou.
J. W. CRT-SSL
318 Hoard of Trade bidg. Bdwy. 7452.
LAT'RELHURST vpw lot. close to park.
75x00; one of the few derable iota
left in this district. Write owner. O
GOOD business corner. 2 00xHo, on Grnn-1
ave.- Snap if taken at once. Write
owner. J P3. Qregonian.
CORNER lot. with house, near Hroad
way bridge; $35QO. Owner. East 7f.
LAl'R ELH URST SNAP $1300.
Laurelhurrt avenue, near Glin
FOR SALE B-a"itiful building lot in
Ladd addition. Mut sell. Good terms.
Phone Eait 31H5.
LAURELHURRT corner lot cneap.
Berry. 1Q3H Belmont
lot. Wainut Tark, bargain.
Owner. A w. 3400. Tabor ..TT0.
UNION AVE;, business
Owner. East 0791.
lot at $1(150.
$3O0 2 BLKS ROSE CITY CAR.
Nice .Vixl'Ml; aastn. paid. Tabor C."."r.
For Hale flonice.
$4390- Eaay terms, for this cosy bunga
low, block from randy; distinc
tive; large living room, fire
place. 2 nice bedrooma. handy
Dutch kitchen, nook. farge.
Can arrange terms to puii.
R. POMERVILLR. Main 371.
an acre ground, fruit treea,
new. modern bouse, gsrase.
bouses, comer 5'tth St. ani
Owner. 6427. Powell Val.ey
5-ROOM modern bung low. $.1fl.".0. fur.,
furnace, fireplace, pavement. 2 bika. to
car; $1500 down. bal. on terms. 10O4
E 31ft st. N.
HAVE $1 10 equity in house,
location, will aU tor floOO.
ttEAt ESTATE. m
i or frule llour.
TWO FINK ULY,
Only $Vo cAh and b:nc Uk
rnt; vry aurativ- nr, 5-rom
buniiinv; ir rombinili-.n I vir-a?
and d.nmt rim : firf , hard
fNors, bui.t-ln buffet, l,'-"y paper,
full Dutch kitchen. baul.fui brtk
taut nook: 2 nto bedroom. Iar bh
ruiim with waits fuml p.umb-.nm.
ir;e floored a:tic; fu:. cwn-nt
mvnl with laundry irny. th; hoi"
is double constructed throuehojt, tlm
if a very pwc:l bay near car and
Very attract tv Jrnom buna
living room, dmlng room. whu -n.7i
elfd kitchen. t'wu;:fui b-rk;at nooK
two lartte bedrooms, lirmmr.g room nd
bath; full i'ni-ot biKin-'iit. ,un l-
trmvv beautiful lawn. fruJt and liruh-
twry; this property is lw:4l n triaM.
A!dr street. n"ar l.iurf ;hur para,
owner levmg city auid niut srli at
Everett Phltpo. aTnir.ipr,
21f Lun.b-rn.n s b da H.:y 2S'2.
$300 bu? thts arti-tif apir'mnt
bungalow . hardwood floors through
out, combination Uvlna and dining
room, large b-drooin. g .at - In nun
room with French ii on rw optn ins Into
living room. Dutch kit hfn with br.k
frtut ncwiK, rlr,pir". iwiok'n"-. buii-t.
etc.; siirht v int. Soxim faclrg Mount
Tabor l ark; dt-wn t ri.ins.bit
party: e-s-rv,oe mn given prfTrn.
on this place and other snaps in tbis
PORTLAND REALTY CO..
327 Chamber of Cmm,rr(
EX-SERVICE MEN. ATTENTION!
Don't fail to rr id aUo ad and
phnne Rmadiny y;'.'H
NEW m m;ai-o'
5 room -d' n, 1 and flniid
aitlr up; living room (ir cr.-
front; oak floor, firpiara. ha
caffa. beautiful buffet in dm.ng
mom, 3 lifc-h t. airy bdro"in.
compVte Dutch kltrhn and
breakfast nook; full cm'nt b
mnt, p'lM furnai-e. tray. s
r.im. cement driveway. It Mi
lo4 ft Knrrnt location n-ar
if park and high school. Very
A HARK BARGAIN.
Bdwy. 3Kl'u. Evgs. Auto. 314 91.
OXCR IN A I.lKKTIMKf
A fine, bl. 7-r.oni. m uTly mod
ern hfuie, on pVfd tr-'t. cl- t 1
car linr-H and nchuot; jumt ovT 1S
miie circle; with k fio.irw. two nia
i-epinir prc bra, one lwd In ; f in',
larite clost Mnd hth ; f'otired at Mr,
full cement b.iwrrt' nt with pip fur
nace, laundry trays. Ruud h"t-'er
hcMter: full lot. 1mi, fine fruit,
shrubs nnd concrete with. h!1 in Al
condition; no repair r fixtra r--iuircd
anywhere; tltioo will hn;
bfilance atralRht S or A -year nirtKce.
intfrent h nd nv ne p y ne nt on
principiil at opt. on .f buyer. iu-te .
ly; choi ewt lur.tTlon. r innrk i'.e
termn; A CJ It A Xf HI'Y; prire t oniy
$rtfMM. A. J. i r o v er. M 4"".'t
$2.-o nowx-i4:. mo ivr tvti:rejt.
rub city park addition.
.- m.orKH ro car.
5-rm. buniow on the corner, llvtf
room and d nn( r m with hnrd""d
floor, built-in book (' nd buff t.
fireplace. luth kithn. cement be.
ment and fiirnnre. Thm l a wonder
ful buv and verv tnvitlna termn C4il
t our Roae, city Prk Hrnn h Office,
43th and Sandv Blvd. Auto S.'fl-ly,
J. 1 HART MAN COMTVAXT.
S Chnib r of Com. Hida
ROSB CITT PARK
4 7541 C.itOO TKKMH.
Strictly nndi'rn bungl'-w, targe
living room. hrdwooi flHr.
bookrawew, complete l;;trh-n. all
built-tnw, break f.iJ-t nook. 2 lisbi.
airy berofni. bth, rnipnt b;ie
ment, pipe f urn . gr.i g with
solid r anient runway ; f ull-fi el
lot ; sewer and pavement all tn
end paid: beautiful ahrulbry;
clone to Snndy. Tb1i i m bar
gain and will not at. Cll Tb.r
M..5, liiller Hras. . .
tUA.L-KW H"SK CITY HCNiALoW,
ICOil TERMS 4;.X
"3 EAMT G.".T1I ST. NO. H HE CITT
.TuM completed. 5 room and sleep
ing porfh. largs hreak'a"! rook. lire,
plai-e. f urnace. hard w ood t UtorK, full
rement ba..-tnent. tile ba'h and dra'n
boarda. built-in e'feota. fin plumiung
ant! tlect rlr flKtutet.. fine rTinr
bvallty. fee this today. oWnr on
premine from 12 to 5 or phone Auto
matic 317-7. Onlv H bl k to tr.
"DKAL WITH OWNER "
and lep lively if yon want If
2 dandy, new. 5 -room modern bun
galows, hdw. f'oors. old lorv fimah.
f : ie Ire, f urn ar?, re m en I hajw ' : "nt ,
nn ftOHM lor. all built-in. ei Thee
are well built and r-l'v "Mh the
n oney. Total pri( e f 4;i'n. ..Ou rah.
halanre AJ3 monthly. 1'hona lM.x.
COB A MrKKNNA U..
COS Artlsana B ' d a . . Hdwv. and Oak
I R V I N 1 1 T O N n I N i A LO W .
7 HOuMrf IHO00.
Here Is something really nice, m
one of the prominent streets in th
district, large living room wit h f ire
plae and bookrae. fining rom haa
s very nlre biiff'-t. nt-e std bedrooma.
furnace, laundry truvi. cement ba em
inent, garage) jmd run way. very cn
ven'ent to rr and e Hoola, Trn a
.1 R, H A TOUT FOR H K AL E ST AT K
a-'.'J Ank'ny, near Hdw Bdwy 2"4.'.
New modern -room bunga'ow at
aeri(ie. $33.M1; S blocks Mt Seott
rar; attractive homs surrounding.
fHixlOO lot: sidwalKt in and paid for;
this Is sn except iopaMy Weil ron
structrd home built by nwrf who
is cabinet maker. Call 6541 Mtth ave.
NEW BUNGALOW 5 OR 10 ACRE.
f ".on down: here Is something t-
ceptlonally sttractlve; only 40 mlnutea
out : fine soli ; wonderful view ; n e.r
Cregon City (went aid ) : bungalow ard
garage; really worth $ 400O : price wi'h
& acres. $4-'.(Mi. 10 acres $'i25. hard
wood floora. fireplace, cement bse
me nt. Dutch k't' i'en Atw iter Q74
TO CLOKK an etnte. I am compelled tn
B. 1 1 8-room hem at absolute eacriflre
price. Two blockp from Hawthorne
car, clop in. walking dl-tanee from
city, etreet lmprovem-tif e In and pa d,
full lot. house modern : price 1 4 T.'.
With slight a Iterations this place
would make an ideal two-family fiat.
AB 741. Oregon'an.
ROSK CITT r.CNOALOW.
$A0O4i $.mo for quick sale; . room,
with aleeplng porch: thta mty home
is $ block from cir line; ha a buffet
built in. fireplace, white enamel Dutch
kitchen, basement, garage and cement
walks In and paid; living and dining
room aero front. Don't wait. Call
$ 100' OWNER S' SACRTFH'E- t4OA0l
NEAR LACRKLHCRKT PARK.
Eight nl-"ly arranred rmi, double
set of plumbing, won h f VMpn. if aoM
l h is week on ; v $4000 1ini dwn and
$.".( per month: 1: will pay yoo to see
thia in Esst .'ifith at. I'hone ownr.
m Tabor ft'j
"WANT TO LEAVE orn-KLT.
MAKTNO I!!'! SAffMKICE.
Large etght-room houe. hardwood
floor". f u rnace. fireplace. a lee p log
porch, flniihed in ivorv; garage. sne
terms. See st. Bdwv. WiU.
T rt BIRD r?a rh, f fn m
I. lOAD-i'MtAl'Kli THAN MENT
Renovated c-oftage. partly pew.
bard-surface street. cmnt aidewvik.
new plumbing, bath, elecfrle lBht. 's
block 2 carlinea. HrooRvn rt'atrict. A
nap. L U. Griffin, Buchanan
NEW ALBERTA NEW
Feldom sn opportunity like tbie
Owner leaving city, must sacrifice this
R-room modern buns ins. gas fur
nsce; low prlr rf i.oo 0J ("own
W M rMBOENHT'iCK CO..
Bdwy 1v: rJTO n rr n H'dy
BUILT FOR A HOME
Brand new A rooms and nook. ee.
meat Pcch. hardwood floor, ftr.-piace,
numerous bullt-ina. tile bsth. furnaca,
garage shades, electric f xitjrep; bri
lot. improved street. $-d at-
Hawh" r n e car. ,.,..
WANT A LARGER HME.
Need a houe of about 1t room, fn
raj'psblv c oae-in lofatir.n. up to
t.-,X) trade tn my equity of JL'Wtfi
in modern 5-room cottage at AwrtJ.
J'tll Bd wv. ft7 T .
; yi ' 4 room and be t hroom, a ho'it S
Byr're. nice treep, ga. Water, elertr c. on
CHrllne. juat ouTPide rU Mm. I; t."!'
$4hi down, ba.ance 7 per c.nt 5."
(,im!ir of C-m-.e-r hlr H a "i f . .
OHOH'E corner, e.h'-room houe. r
in, desirable rt!d' nc rici , unii i!
bar a; am, ieavog city. 0oer, ivaat 3e.
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of th modern 'iMl.tn ftv
beUlirut n)t f !' p
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Calt Bdwy. r labof M"V
f ?re la nn f t' featef ?,l-
B-f binMi.w t.. - -ae .;
hdw linrri 1 hrniK hr.m. -V l-rT I ' -.h
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nunc rrt ht r I'f-i 'tu ii
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poin t men
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211 Railway T. h
A RUM- H "UIN.
Hra nd new dnu hi ni-ief ft
rom bunrxlnw. all the fcudl -ini Imag
Itiahle ftrer''-e h W fl"'a. la''
W.dows. b'auttftil pape-td Waiia
b-al of Window ebad'e. rV lis
fit urea In ill ronp . Imnlim i
h itr'-'-n a n-t bath ; t"d rtunt haa
n.'-nt. Utmdry gpfag i ta"l
hruw with renieftf floor and dr i
Wv You an t o P - Owe tip
lr- titre 1 24 F J i I i no rT a
Ju-t rnrriplefed. reoma a4 atlle.
Ak flor fUnir fir ii pre.
tfcfii"h, l..e r Put'-h hitrhrn hn'-t m
buHt b-"k-ae. rlp' s aaa 'fd.
reineni bae- roenl . rp 1 ptret. one
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