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TIIE MORNING OKEGONIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1933
HEALTH SHOW FINDS
2 PERFECT BABIES
Betty Bernice Worthington
Wins First Prize.
LOIS M. LAUER SECOND
200 Exquisitely Formed Infants
Scored In Contest, With 14
Rating 99 Per Cent.
Portland has two perfect babies.
One is Betty Bernice Worthington,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Worthington, 606 South avenue, and
the other is Lois M. Lauer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lauer, 529
Rhone street. Little Miss Worthing
ton is 36 months old and her com
panion in perfection has Just passed
the 9-month milepost.
The judges in the baby scoring
contest conducted by the health ex
position had an almost Solomonic
decision tq make in choosing be
tween the two beaut'ful bits of
femininity to award first prize, but
finally decreed in favor of the older.
Second prize went to her smaller
Nearly 200 exquisitely formed in
fants were scored in the contest,
which recorded 14 other bab es with
ratings of 99 per cent. Handsome
silver cups were given the two per
fect entrants and silver souvenir
spoons were awarded the others. The
awards were announced last night.
Twins Rate Alike.
Of these others special mention
was made of the Whittlesey twins
because they rated exactly alike
physically. The twins, David Waller
and James Wright Whittlesey are
the 4-year-old sons of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Whittlesey, 9 East Sixteenth
street North. The remaining sou
venir winners are:
Henrv J. Phillips, aged UK months,
son ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, 458
East Fifty-eighth street.
Betty Jean, Waverly Baby Home, aged
Jack Flint, aged 9 months, con of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Flint, 290S Fiftieth
Jjeloria Andrews, aged 22 months,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Andrews.
S:t7 Warren street.
Henry Doane, aged 8 months, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Doane, 301 East
Clifford Skinner Jr., aged 5 months,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Skinner,
P. O. Box 25, Portland.
Thtmus Terry, aged 18 months, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Terry, 848 Mont
James Thielen, aged 8 months, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thielen, 954 Glad
Irene Walton, aged 6 months, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Walton, 261 Chapman
Oliver C. Smith Jr., aged 9 months, 783
Vaughn street, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Ann Cravity, aged 13 months, Albertina
Kerr nursery home.
Prlneg Are Ready.
The prizes and souvenirs will be
presented to the winning babies this
afternoon at 3:30 in the auditorium.
Prizes in the high school poster
contest were awarded yesterday by
the exposition management. Grace
Sanders won first prize, G. Coleman
second, Irene Bliss third. Earl W.
Hall fourth and honorable mention
was accorded 12 other contestants.
An even greater crowd than that
of Thursday attended both afternoon
and night performances at the ex
The afternoon pro-gramme was
contributed by pupils of the county,
schools and a half holiday was
given the youngsters in all parts of
the county. The night programme
was under the auspices of the White
Cross society and was featured by
Mayor Baker and other speakers,
who told of the work the organiza
tion has done to stop traffic in
narcotics. Circuit Judge Rossman
Exposition Knds Today.
Today is the last day of the expo
sition, which has to date drawn
nearly 109,000 people through the
entrances of the auditorium and is
being already heralded as the most
successful enterprise of the kind
ever carried out anywhere la the
Of great importance to visiting
parents is the graphic exhibit of
photographs on display In the school
nurses' division of the city health
bureau, depicting the contagious
skin diseases often spreading
through a school before recognized.
The colored photographs, from the
collection of a Portland specialist,
show ring-worm, the common "itch,"
close-up views of "cooties" and the
common diseases of the skin which
This exhibit is displayed in the
basement, of the auditorium, at the
tioideum to Get Up.
The exposition management will
tonight present the goddess of
health, Miss Irene Louise Taylor,
with a handsome silver cup as a
souvenir of her representation. Dr.
George C. Parrish, city health offi
cer, will make the closing address.
The great exposition will end at 11
P. M. The programme for this aft
ernoon and night will be, it is prom
ised, the best one of the entire ex
The programme follows:
Co.umhia highway day Presiding,
jonr. is. I eon.
2:00 P. M. Piano, selected. Miss Jessie
Elizabeth Elliott, pupil of Dent ilowery;
folk dancing. Jester dance, Bessie Carr
Jack ln the Box, junior boys, Peninsula
park eonmunity house; Gargen Gavotte,
iunior girls. Peninsuia park community
i-ouie: Mis Fl"na Alyer. director: bureau
Cuticura Does So Much
For Hair And Skin
For promoting and maintaining
beauty of skin and hair Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are unexcelled.
Cuticura Talcum is an ideal powder,
refreshing and cooling to the most
wber Soap tfe. OrciOMBt Sand Uc. Tilcuin2Ce.
PCuucura Soap shavas. without mvg.
It la far from being the peach hmob,
Lois W ilson and May McAvoy,
TODAY'S FILM FEATURES
Liberty Constance Talmadge
In "East Is West."
Columbia Thomas ijeighan in
"The Man Who Saw To
morrow." Rivoli Lionel Barrymore in
"The Face in the Fog."
Majestic Dorothy Dal ton
Jack Holt in "On 'the High
Blue Mouse "Queen of the
Hippodrome Tom Mix In "For
Circle Hoot Gibson in 'The
( jtT IS quite apparent," said
I Harry Garson, producer.
SDeakine: of the nroduetions
being made ready for late 1922 re
lease and those which will carry
over into 1923, "that next year will
be one of thA most DrnsneToiiH nn
record for the independently made
picture. This will be true without
doubt, providing, of course, that
producers, while selecting their
story and material and casts, will
exercise due precaution to insure
against overdone 'mushy' or maudlin
love stories, or lurid and exaggerat
ed melodramatic plots. The time
has come when a producer should
know and should strive to make
clean, wholesome nictures which
will enjoy popular appeal.
"Bies-er And hotior nit,...A
sorely in need by the exhibitors of
Lne country, tsigger and better doeg
not necessarily mean that a lavioh
expenditure of money be invested
wantonly, nor does it suggest
enormous soectacular effect it
merely means selecting the type of
story apnealinsr to th hiimanna
and refinement in people, which, in
turn, it properly handled in the
making, will result in entertain
ment. "Noting the dearth of
material and recognizing the op
portunity at hand for the Inlmon,!.
ent who would fulfill this much-felt
of paiks, C. P. Keyser, superintendent
Play, "A Day In Happyland," girl re
serves ot the Portland settlement center:
demonstrations, Portland council of Boy
Bcouts, James E. Broekway, Scout exec-;
tlve; Russian fete day, pupils of Mrs.
Alta Travis; demonstrations of physical
education, Young Men's Christian asso
ciation. T. H. Gam-ley, director: aesthetic
ihte-ug, pupils ot Mrs. Eleanor Fay
Fleck, director; address, Samuel C. Lan
caster; motion pictures.
Portland night Presiding, Frederick
D. Strieker. M, D., Oregon state health
8:C( P. M. Music. Frederick Goodrich,
organist; overture to "Raymond" (Ambrosia-Thomas;
largo from "New Word
Symphony" (Dvorak); Serenade In B flat
Minor (Kichmanlnoff ) ; lyric soprano,
-Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson; "11 Bacio" (Ar
dite); "Good-bye" (Tosti), accompanist,
Mrs. Carrie R. Beaumont; Camp Fire
Girls, Mrs. E. J. White, director; danc
ing, physical exercises, pageant; brazz
band, Community Service Hikers' club; A
Bit From Hawaii, Ernest and Emily
Pauahl; demonstration, Portland fire de
partment. Chief Toung, direction Cap.
tain John Ries; address, George Parrish,
M. C, Portland city health olfiesr; mo
CEMETERY 01 DISPLAY
EXHIBIT AT HEALTH SHOW
DEALS WITH DRUDGERY.
Women Buried in Plots House
wives Who Have Succumbed to
Toil at Their Home Duties.
One of the most striking exhibits
at the health exposition in the audi
torium is a miniature graveyard,
containing imitation burial plots
surmounted by white head boards.
On each board is printed a verse
relating how the death of the per
son commemorated came about. A
peculiar thing about the cemetery
is the fact that all its dwellers are
In every instanee overwork or ex
posure caused the house slave to
doff this mortal garb. Scrubbing,
washing, sweeping, carrying wood
and water, making furnace fires and
doing a varied number of household
chores are blamed for the untimely
As if to point out the1 moral to
all this, enterprising business firms
have established booths all around
the auditorium showing labor-saving
devices at work. Electric wash
ing machines, humidifiers, electric
ranges and water systems for rural
bnt here Is a pair In a basket-
popular Paramount artists.
want prompted me to enter the
field of independent producers. My
first offering will be 'An Old
Sweetheart of Mine,' which I have
adapted for the screen from the
favorite verse of James Whitcomb
Riley, one of America's foremost
"'An Old Sweetheart of Mine'
will be a strictly one-man produc
tion when it is completed. I am
directing it myself and will cut and
title it, too. Thus, being familiar
with every -angle in its production,
I will be better able to sell it
truthfully to the exhibitors without
the unnecessary use. of meaningless
and exaggerated adjectives."
Thomas Meighan in "The Man Who
Saw Tomorrow" opens at the Co
lumbia theater today, instead of
Bert Lytell in "To Have and to
Milton" Sills in "Skin Deep," which
has for its theme the psychology of
appearances, will undoubtedly fol
low Constance Talmade in "East Is
West" at the Liberty theater.
Richard Dix says that brown
taste in your mouth may be due to
the new powder the girls are using.
Bull Montana has another name
sake. The heavyweight boxing
champion of the U. S. battleship
Arizona has adopted the name of the
star of the Hunt Stromberg pro
ductions for Metro. Moreover, the
navy fighter has been winning
steadily with hardly any opposi
tion. "Ten to one he's as homely as a
mud fence," said the real Bull Mon
tana, when he read of the con
quests of the U. S. S. Arizona boxer.
"I have several namesakes. Every
once in a while some fighter or
wrestler who happens to be unusu
ally homely takes the name of Bull
"On the High Seas," which opens
at the Majestic theater today, "is the
initial literary effort for the screen
written by Edward Shelton, the
noted American playwright.
homes are among jthe many things
uver one ot me Dootns presides a
young matron clad in spotless white
kitchen uniform. Her demonstra
tion of the help an electric range is
to the. housewife daily attracts
crowds of interested women. The
demonstrator is Mrs. John B. Mad
den, graduate of one of the best
home economics schools in the Unit
ed States. She has charge of the ex.
hibit of the Northwestern Electric
company and she challenges th
world to make better biscuits than
she bakes and gives away hundreds
every atternoon and night.
Eugene Has Frost.
EUGENE, Or., Nov. 3. CSDeciaLl
The first frost of the season in
this end of the Willamette valley
last night killed tender vegetables
and flowers that had been srreen
all fall. The temperature reached
il degrees and thin ice formed on
pans of water and pond Deputy
Sheriff Croner, who was at Me-
Kenzie bridge, 50 miles east of Eu
gene in the Cascades that night,
said ice formed nearly an Inch thick.
He said there is considerable snow
on the mountains surrounding the
village and that thera is two feet
in the highway at the summit.
Phone your want ads to The
i.'regnnian. Main 7070.
V qnztzx ion;
Foley's Honey and Tap stood
the test of tim serving
No OpUltffasTtsuatt shalca aa wraaait
Largest Selling Cough Medicine
in the World
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TILLAMOOK REPUBLICANS TO
VOTE FOR ANDY GUMP.
Nominee Who Repudiated Olcott
to Support Piercfi Gets Sud
Tillamook county is likely to elect
Andrew Gump to the legislature in
stead of Rollie W. Watson. A cam
paign is being conducted in that
county to write in the name of Andy
on the ballot next Tuesday.
The Tillamook Rooster, the only
republican newspaper in Tillamook
county, is editorially espousing the
plea to have the republicans vote
for Andy Gump instead of Watson.
After it was too late ror anyone to
file against him, Watson, the re
publican nominee for representa
tive, announced that he is oppos
ing Governor Olcott and is sup
porting Pierce, democratic candi
date for governor. This attitude on
Watson's part so aroused the regu
lar republicans that they espoused
the cause of Andrew. Gump and now
all Tillamook voters are urged to
write in Gump's name and place
an "X" in front of it. This move
ment is gathering strength for the
dairy interests of the county see
an opportunity to gain national ad
Vjertis'ng for Tillamook and its
cheese by electing Andy Gump and
defeating Rollie Watson.
As the republican party has no
newspaper in Tillamook county Fred
C. Baker, veteran newspaper editor
and secretary of the Tillamook
county republican committee, is
issuing the Tillamook Rooster, one
of the snappiest of newspapers, un
der the auspices of the committee.
If Andrew Gump is elected over
Watson the Rooster will never cease
Soon to Be Launched.
Prominent Elk ot Vancouver
Will Sponsor Movement.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 3.
(Special.) Andrew Gump, well
known people's choice for congress,
is being groomed for president by
Clement Scott, grand tyier of the
Elks lodge, wl is confident that
Mr. Gump will win Tuesday's elec
tion. A reception in honor of the
chinless aspirant will be held Sat
urday, November 11, at Craigleith,
Mr. Scott's country home, near Heis
If Mr. Gump goes to congress the
announcement of his candidacy for
president will be made at the recep
tion. The gathering of the Gump
supporters will be held even if the
in One Bay
Be sure, you get
The box beats this signature
Constant Itching Almost
V know there1 is one thine that
tops oczema, and that Is mora red
blood-ceils 1 S. S. 3. builds them by
the million! You can increase your
red-blood cll to the point where It
Is practically impossible for eczema t
exist. W know that aa blood-cell"
increase in number, blood impurities
vanish ! We also know that night fol
lows day. Both are facta I But have you.
eczema sufferers, ever actually taken
advantage of thia wonderful fact!
Thousands Just like you have never
thought about It! Skin eruptions,
eczema with all its fiery, skin-digging
torture and its soul-tearing, unreach
able itching, pimples, blackheads and
boils, they all pack up and go, when
the tide of blood-cella beirins to roll
In ! Blood-cells are the fighting-giants
of nature I S. S. 8. builds them by the
million! It has been doing it since
1826! 8. 8. 8. Is one of the greatest
blood - cell builders, blood - cleansers
and body-builders known to ua mor
tals 1 When you put these facts to
gether, then to continue to have ecte
ma and skin eruptions looks more like
a sin than a disease. Mrs. Arthur N.
Smith, Pearl St, Newark, Ohio, writes:
"lilt little girl hod a very bod cote of
eczema. She began taking 8. S. S. and
is well now. I thank you very much. I
tell my friende what a good medicine t
it. 1 cannot talk too much about it, for
I know it is O. K."
Here is your opportunity. S. S. 8.
contains only vegetable medicinal In
gredients. Because S. S. 8. does build
red-blood-cells, it routs rheumatism,
builds firm flesh, fills out hollow
cheeks, beautifies the complexion,
builds yon up when you are run-down,
3. 8. 8. la sold at all drug stores, in
two sizes. The larger size bottle is
the more economical.
make von feel
, like ijourtelf agam
Mr Laxative "s4sSj.
tawavav em m JSf
voters decide to fend someone to
congress who wears some other fel
low's collar and incidentally a chin.
In that case Colonel Bush will be
called upon to explain the defeat,
and instead of red fire arid cheering
they'll have red lemonade and
"But Gump won't be defeated."
Mr. Scott said today. "Any suppo
sition of the k'nd is absurd.. At my
house party big banners with 'Gump
for President will welcome the dis
tinguished guest, and we've made
arrangements to have a press dele
gation on hand to broadcast Mr.
Gump's speech. In addition to Mr.
Gump, Min and Chester, Colonel
Bush will be there and Uncle 3im
and the. widow Zander. Oh, we'll
have a gay time."
"What about Carlos?" he was
"Great Scott! I'd forgotten all
about Carlos. Well, we'll have Car
los there, too. I'll send out an In
vitation at once."
A Gump-for-congress club has
been organized here and it has many
members, although it was formed
but a few days ago. The Gump
campaign buttons are much in evi
dence and indications are that he
will receive a large vote "n Clarke
Mats. 2 :30 ; Nights 7-9
Vaudeville's Greatest Novelty Tameo
Katiyama. Noted Japanese Callgraph
iet end Mental Marvel. Kirksmlth
Sisters, & Bevy of Youth, Beauty and
Charm. Sidney 8, Styne, Selma
Braatz, Kliuiug'a Entertainers.
NOW PLATING AT
nnUTUnAt ilorrison at
Lionel ,X licaitl Eleventh
Mat. rtnllv I P. M. Rve's 7 and 9.
Last Time Today "HOW'S THAT?"
Continuous Show 1 to 11 P. M,
TOM MTX "For
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101, A. F. & A. M. Stated
communication Saturday at
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members. Visitors invited.
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Saturday evening. Nov. 4,
Pi.s,t Grand Matrons and Past
. m O'-and matrons of the u. u. b.,
who are n;embers of Oregon Shrine. All
petitions tcr December ceremonial must
be in the hands of the Worthy Scrlbee
not later than 8 P. M., Nov. 4. By order
ot the W. N. P.
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LODGE. No. 3. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Sat
urday) evening, 8 o'clock.
SH N. .uieventn. si.- visi
CAROLINE ALEXANDER. N. G.
ANNA L. OSVOLD. Sec.
Riverside Social club, I. O. O. P., will
give a dance Saturday. November 4, in
Milwaukie city hall. Good musio and
HALL on Washington street for rent
mornings. Wednesday and Sunday nights.
Sea auccabees, Morgan bldg. .
CARD OF THANKS.
"We wish to express our sincere thanks
and gratitude to our friends and relatives
for the beautlfif! flora! offerings and ex-
prejssions of sympathy tendered during
the illness and death of our beloveU
MR. AND MRS. H. R. OlCUTT.
CARPENTER At her home, three miles
south of Oregon City. November d.
Caroline Carpenter, beloved wife of
Fraiklin Carpenter, and mother of O.
P. Franklin Carpenter of Salem, Or.,
and Mrs. Addie Hannant of Oregon
City. Funeral arrangements are in
charge of A. D. Kenworthy. 5802-04
82d sr. 8. E.. in lrfnts. Notice of
WEBSTER In this city Nov. 8. How
ard E. Webster, aged 30 years, ton 01
Mr. and Mrs. Halleck A. .Webster and
brother of Louis and Hal A. Webster.
Remains are at McEntee & Kiiers"
parlors, Kith and Everett Ets. Funer
al notice later.
LTLE In this city, Nov. 2, Aline lyl.
aged B years, sister or L,. w. mouuy
of Portland. The remains are at Fin
ley's Mortuary, Montgomery at 5th.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ELGIN Nov. S, at the residence of her ,
daughter. 300 East 22d St.. Joseph
ine Humphreys Elgin, aged 81 years,
late of Salem, or.; mother of Mrs.
Harry E. Chipman and Mra. Emma
Craven of Portland, Mrs. H. H. Hew
itt of Alhanv, Or., CharleB F., George
M., Harry W. and V. Clifford Elgin
of Salem. The remains will be for
warded today (Saturday) by J. P.
Finley A Son to Salem, where serv
ices will be held at the residence of
her eon, Charles F. Elgin.
GAY Nov. 8, at the family residence,
412 Wasco Bt., Wm. M. Gay Jr.,
ftg-e 11 months, beloved son of Mr.
and Mrs. "Win. Gay, grandson of Mrs.
Lillian J. Mitchell, and great grand
son of Mrs. Francis Pasold. Remains
are at the residential funeral nome
of Downing & Benefiel, East 7th and
Multnomah sts.. (Irvlngton car line),
where services will be conducted to
day (Saturday), Nov. 4, at 10:30 A, M.
Friends invited. Interment Rivervlew
MOODY Samuel W. Moody, at his home
near Orchards, Wash., November X,
1922, son-in-law of Mrs. Mary Harding
of Orchards, brother-in-law of Mr. and
Mrs. Myers of Portland, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. S. Kisar of Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Harding of Portland, uncle
of Ida De Late. Funeral services v. ill
be hold tndav ( Satnrdav. at 1 :S0. from
the parlors of Chambers & Co., Inc., 248
Killingsworth. Interment Rose City
MALOXET Not, 2, Dennis Maloney.
aired HI vpnm. hrnthpr of John and
Austin Maloney. Funeral will be beid
Saturday, Nov. 4, at 9:30 A. M., from
McEntee & Filers' parlors, 16th and
Everett sts.; thence to the Cathedral,
15th and Davis sts., at 10 A. M-, where
requiem mass will be offered. Friends
invited. Interment Mt. Calvary.
INMAN Oct. 31, at Los Angeles, Cal.,
Alta Mansfield Inman. daughter of
Mrs. R. D. Inman and the late R. D.
Inman. The funeral services will be
held today (Saturday) at 2:30 P. M.,
at Flnley's Mortuary, Montgomery at
5th. Friends invited. Concluding serv
ice Crematorium Mausoleum.
SULLIVAN The funeral cortege of tbe
late John H. Sulliyan will leave the
residence, 330 E. 42d St.. Saturday,
Nov. 4, at 8:45 A. M.. thence to St.
Stephen's church, where mass will be
offered at 9:15 A. M. Interment Mt.
Calvary cemetery. Arrangements in
charge of Miller & Tracey.
NADEATT The funeral cortege of tbe
late Sarah Elizabeth Nadeau will leave
the residence. 750 Everett St., near
2:id, thence to St. Mary's pro-cathedral,
loth and Davis sts.. where mass will
be offered at 9 A. M. Interment Rose
City cemetery. Arrangements in
care of Miller & Tracey.
LEE In this city, Nov. 2, Ann Burke
Lee. age 72 years, beloved wi f e of
Phillip Lee. The funeral cortege will
leave the chapel of Miller & Tracey,
Monday, Nov. fi, at 8:30 A. M., thence
to Holy Redeemer church, where mass
will be offered tit 9 A. M. Interment
Mt. Calvary cemetery.
YOUNG Nov. 3, Gerald Earl, aged 9
years, son of Mrs. Dell Toung of 811
Clackamas st. The funeral services
will be held today (Saturday) at 10
A. M., at Finley' s Mortuary. Mont
gomery at 5th. Friends" invited. Con
cluding services, Tualatin Plains cem
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shopping. Jones Auto Livery. At. 0114.
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87 Washington, Bet. 4th and 6th Sts.
Phone Broadway 4537.
Smiths Flower Shop
TnitTn.nHn ProirrSrive Florists. Flora l-d-
stgng specialty. Sixth at Alder. Main 7215.
People's Floral Shop
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
241) Alder St., Bet. 2d and 3d.
Phone Broadway 7136.
371 E. Broadway, corner
Union East 7713.
FloVers for a!! Occasions.
WE GROW OUR OWN.'
Chge. Accounts Solicited.
CHAPPELL'S FLOWER SHOP
331 Morrison. N. W. Bank bldg. Main 8116
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
266 4th St., Opp. City Hall. NCT BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MAR5LE WORKS 1
' QUALITY MEMOwlAIS . L". !
i. THIRD &MNE ST ftiQME E.T43J
MILLER & "TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors, ,
"Washington St., bet. 20th and 21st,
Sts West Side. Lady Assistant.
B road way 209 1.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. D. Kenwortby.
K. S. Henderson.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
fi8"4 92d St.. Lents. Automatic 618-21,
HOLM AN & SON
(Founded In 18.14.)
Third and Salmon Sts. Main MT.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors wltn all the privacy ot
nome. ltttn ana Everett bis.
Phones. Broadway 2133; Auto. 631-35.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
(P. S. DUNNING, INC.)
"The Family Sets the Price,"
414 East Alder St.
Phones, East 0052, East !)77.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont at S5th. Tabor 1258.
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone F.ast 0781.
THE TOKTLAND MOKTtAKY.
MORRISON AT 12TH. WEST SIDE.
CVruro UNDERTAKING CO.,
0M.H CO Third and Clay. Main 4152
A D 7EI I CO Pft 592 Williams Ave.
Mi 111 &LL.LLII UU
Phone Kast 1088
Phone your want
Oresonian, Main 7070.
ads to The
CUT, SEAM, HEM, machine -pleat skirt,
Toe: hemstitching, oc; mail orders so
Iic;ted. Eastern Xovelty Mfg. Co., 834
' 1th street.
ASSA1KKS AX1 ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASH AY OFFlCfci. 142 2d st.
Gold, silver, piatinum bought.
STEiM, showers, tubs and swim, all for
3;ic. IL'l Fourth st.
CKLLl LOU BUTTONS.
. THE IKWlX-HOitSON COMPANY.
8S1 Washington st. Broadway 3144.
VVI LiLJAAI, Estelle, Florello and DeWane
.Deveney, the only scientific chiropod
ists? and arch specialists in city, Par
lors Crerlinuer bid;., southwest cor
npr 2d and Alder sts. Main 1301.
DH O. O. FL ETCH Kit Foot trouble
ac-r.tifically corrected, lady assistant.
!' Morgan bids. Mam 5762.
NKTH & CO., Worcester bldg., Broadway
iit. collections, no charge.
ALISKY .mlNC1NU ACAUKMY Modern
ballroom, fancy esthetic, toe, Spanish,
omental dancing taught. Children
especially. Ballroom class everv Thurs.,
8 to 10:30. Main 4614. Alieky bldg.
RIXGLEH'S dancing KChool ; best instruc
tion, private and class dailv. Broad
ffiy and Main. Auto. 513-39.
DH. B. L WRIGHT
Third Floor Raleich Bliipr.
Corner of Sixth and Washington Sts.
Broadway T-Mit. Automatic 2111).
We Can Prove This
DR. A. W.KEENK
Your "Tfeth Sleep" While We Work.
Ahovfe Ma.loatic Theater, 3M V2 Wash, st.
O. C. PRICHARD, Private Detective;
d. calls Main 8B04; night calls, Main
214. i:y3 Northwestern Bank bldg.
DON'T TAKE CHANCES.
l'our glasses fitted by
:.' ln "aO of all. Dr.
Harry Brown. )49
St.. near Morrison.
E. W. KaSTMAN, lawyer; 528 Chamber
OT commerce pin.
LEAKN to pia.y the Christenaen way In
six frasy masons; rag. Jazz and popular;
advanced course lor piayers; piano,
Vichn, saxophone, banjo, mandolin
Open 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Christensen
School, room 602-603 Eilera bidg. bVi
ST-V- WHY IWY MOH?
;?r Glasses in eold-f illi-l fram
JijZjJm' 'it ted to your eye with rnod
i?9 era instruments, as low as
Vl.oo; aouoie vision glasses at a Ereat
sav.r.fr; glasses in all styles; satisfaction
guaranteed. )r. A. E. Hurwitz, optom
etrist, j"ir.-t street.
OUT ot Uie itiich-Kent District
fc&'Dfc Years; of experience. Consult us
aS free. Thousands of satisfied
patioiis. Dr. bamuei Goldman, associate
Chas. We iotKlman. 209 Morrison.
UK G2GRGB RCBENtiTEIN, veteran
optician; eyes tested, glaseg fitted
broken fnses duplicated very reason'
ao.e. 22 '3 Morrison st. Main 3661.
F. W. BAL.TKS & Co.,
First at Oak. Bdwy. 4641.
PAT EXT ATTOKX EY S.
R. C WRIGHT, registered patent attor
ney 20 years; u invention really valu
aUe se attorney. 601 Dekum bldg.
Mc'JRACKEN & PATCH. Washington,
D. C. Local representative, P. O.
Brandenberge r ,4 6 7G erJing er bldg.
DJPCO Repairs by experts.
ii m PipeShop,272 Wash.
LR. R. A. PHILLIPS, Broadway build
lng, stomach, bowel?, liver, kidneys,
bladder, rectal, prostate and female
uiforuers. wunout operation.
ROOFS repaired and painted, tin and
paper roofs covered with hot pitch.
rKANbfr'KH AN1 STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER COT '
474 Giisan St. Bdwy. 1281
Four Warehouses on Terminal Tracks.
WE REPAIR YOUR WATCH
BETTER FOR LESS.
Cleaning $1, main spring $1.
All work guaranteed H years
REIN GOLD'S, JEWELERS, 147 3d St.
DO NOT .hrow your watch away; I will
repair, guarantee any watch 2 years,
prices reasonable; 30 years' experience.
Harry Bro wn, 143 3d, near Jtlorrison.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigate an cases ot alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
let) Courthouse. Phone Main 0373
from 8 A- M. to 6 P. M.
The 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
horses. Small animals painlessly
electrocuted where necessary and
stray animals cared for 4.11 dead ani
Made from your old worn-out carpets.
Saves half the price of new ruga
Send your rags and woolen cloth.
Mail Orde.rs. - Send for Booklet.
9x13 KugB. Steam Cleaned, $1.50.
. East SS80. 188 E. 8th St.
SOUTHWEST BUG CO.
For Sale Flat and Apartment Property,
INCOME PROPERTY. '
Will net over 15 per cent: splendid
flat building containing 4 5-rnj. fiats,
in fine location; eacii flat h sep
arate basement, furnace, fireplace,,
and axe aiways rented. Price 14, Soil
for quick sale. Terms. Air. Bowes,-Main
714S, Sunday or evenings.
A FLAT BARGAIN HERE.
55x100 on the southwest corner of
Garfield ave. and Alberta st. ; 4 fino
flats with steady tenants. Out-of-town
owner anxious to seit. Look it ftAer,
but do not disturb tenants. Strong"
Co.. K06 Cham, of Com. -
BEST buy on the west side, barring
none; build an apt. house. Live easy.
Charles Houclt, 411 Ch. of Com.
$300 PER ACRE. - -
1 to 10 acres just east of city-
limits. Very rich loam soil, no
rock or gravel, alt cultivated.
Have 4 tracts left and will give
someone a chance to double
their money, for we are selling
at half the price of surrounding , ,
land. Will give any reasonable
terms. Ralph Aokley, owner,
6ii7 Corbett bids, ilain 7141 or
NORTH MT. TABOR.
ACRE WITH PAVED STS.
All assessments paid ; cleared snu
cultivated; $2u0 cash will handle. Buy
and pell for more.
HEXDERSOX-BAXKUS CO., '
528 Henry Bldg. Bdwy. 4754.
24th and KlicWtat.
$650 For corner lota in Irvington; real
sacrifice; closing an estate.
RUMMELL, &, RU-MMELL,
274 Starke ritv Bdwy. 6729.
39th and Sandv Blvd. Auto. 320-tiQ -
IRVINGTON $1600; East ICth st., c!cb
in; best location; can you beat It?,
HITTER, LOWE & CO., Realtors .
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
TWO lots near Portsmouth, .'SSO; 10. per
cent down, or will take furniture or
cow as first payment. 9ti6 Superior St.,
St. Johns car.
40x100, UPTON PARK, E4th ave., near
68th st ?250 on easy terms. Owner,
810 Spa tding bldg.
FOR SALE By owner,, corner lot in
Alameda. Improvements in and paid.
Price $1 475. East 8076.
IN HAWTHORNE VIST.
Lots 50x100; $350 to $00; terms.
$500 EQUITY in lot. Will sell for $200.
doing to California. A. F. B., Toledo,
For Sale Houses.
LOOK AT THIS, FOLKS!
Move out of your apartment into
one of the most strictly modern, up
to date homes in the city; Has fire
place, built-ins, furnace, baths, pas
and electricity; fine view and fur
nished with Al solid golden oak fur
niture, combination range, refrigerator,
carpets, linoleum and kitchen uten
sils, streets paved and close In. half
block to car, near a park. It's yours,
for $4650, Reasonable terms. Phone
Broadway fift.'t 1 for appointments.
8 ACRES IN CULTIVATION.
Beautiful modern bungalow, charm
ing, woodsey setting; 40 minutes driv
from Portland ; puod roads, good
school; 5 rooms, hardwood floors, fur
nace, fireplace, elec. lights, cement
basement, garage. Price $3050, very
easy terms. Atwater 0741 or J. P.
Johnson, Rt. 5, Oregon City. .
NEW BUNGALOW, $4000.
5 large rooms, double constructed,
plate glass windows, breakfast room,
full cement basement, furnace, garage,
paved sts. and sewer paid; $750 down.
East Stark St.. Mt. Tabor and Monta
villa car. Broadway 7507. Let us
RITTER, LOWE & CO., Realtors.
. 201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
ISth st., near Siskiyou, new colonial
bunealow, cement porch, hardwood
f'oors- throughout; ivory enamel finish,
oriental tapestry paper, fireplace, book
cases, tiled ath and drain board,
breakfast nook, elee. range, garage. For
appoint men I, owner, Tahnr '24 1 7.
$3150 $500 CASH.
Big bungalow near Franklin high, S
rooms. fireplace. buijt-ins. cement
basement, east front lot. fruit, vacant,
key at this office. Bdwy. 7567. Let
us show vou. -RITTER,
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.,
$250 DOWN BALANCE EASY.
Modern o-room bungalow, cement
basement, fruit, berries, nice bath;
70x100 corner; only 2 blocks from car
on East 80th ; priced right. Owner
leaving city. Phone Main iKSIS for in
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW.
$4000. Owner's recent dath forces
Immediate sacrifice. Bungalow not
quite completed; $"00 will finish" It.
This, Indeed, is an unusual opportunity
for you, either to own It as your
home or finish It and sell at big profit.
li;to East Alder, near 30th. Tab. 3!'0Q.
"Beautiful home, living, dining, break
fast, den, 3 bedrooms, 2 sleeping pchs.,
garage; ivory finish, all oak floors, tile
kitchen, tile bath. $7300; $1000 cash,
WHY BUY AN OLD HOUSE?--If
you have $.r00 cash to put dwn
and can pay $!".0 monthly, will build
o-room house up to- $r000 on a choica
lot close to car line and school. Splen
did view. Phone Ellis C. Faunton,
SIX ROOMS $1700.
100x100 lot, alley, cement walks ln
and pitid; chicken house, fruit tiees.
On GSth, near Powell Valley road.
Small cash payment, balance like rent.
Holcomb Realty Co., 211 Washington
S A VE COMMISSION.
5-room fully modern bungalow
in Irvington dist. ; up to date in every
respect; oak floors throughout; $5500
on easy terms. Owner on premises.
700 E. 16t-h st. N. Walnut 1735. -
ON ACCOUNT of business owner will
eell a new 6-rm. bungalow; hdw. floors,
garage; terms $5700, $il50 cash, bal
ance $50 per mo., and interest. 525
B 3Mh 3. Sellwnod 1025. -; ;
WE6T-liE bargain. 9-room house and
lot. all completely furnished and good.
Nicely arranged for rooming houfe;
walking distance; a snap, $,"(n0; terms,
$2000 casn. See Garland. 260 Taylor st.
5-ROOM house in Woodstock district on
60x100 lot ; fruit trees a nd berries;
every convenience, linoleum included;
splendidly equipped basement. Auto.
BEAI'TIFUL 8-acre home on southalda
C-eckamaa river, mile from O. W. P.,
mile P.; Rood farm house, hot,
cold wMr, lots of fruit. Address
R F. D. 2. box 1S4, Oregon City, Or.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS home; three bed
rooms, two baths, servants' quarters,
hot water heat, two fireplaces, garage,
view unexcelled, direct from owner on
easy terms. Phone Atw. 0263.
New modern 5-room, bungalow nd
garage, cor. Schuyler and 32d, .et.
Phone owner, Atwater 87o2.
FOR SALE ln a good district, a elx
roomed home, nearly new. Will take
a good Ford and some cash aa first
payment. Easy terms on balance.
Hurry. 386 W. Lombard at.
$2.100 5300 DOWN, balance like rent;
4-room house, gas ranee, linoleum, 2
lots. 00x100; half block from Wood
stock car line. Phone Sell. 0528. 1C06
Kast 47th ave. S. E.
$1630 $150 CASH, balance $15 per mo.,
buys good 4-room plastered house, half
acre of good ground. Phone Auto.
ROSE CITY PARK o-room bungalow,
hardwood floors, garage; built -last
year; paved street: soldier bonus ac
cepted. Owner, Tabor 2t;3n.
$1300 IN PAYMENTS ot $25 down. $15
month; ffood four-room house, nice
garden, close to cars and school. 380-4
72d st. S. B. Aut. 642-65.
IRVIN'GTON 032 E. Kith N 8 large
rooms, all in perfect condition; beauti
ful let and garage; 100 ft from Knott
st. McDonell, Kast 0419.
HOUSE PLANS, 100 designs, $10 to $15.
or specially designed at reasonable fee.
L. R. KAILEY CO..
924 N. W. Bank bldg. -
$2500 BY OWNER, nicely furnished
modern bungilow, paved st., garage,
all other improvements. 82 E. 60th
FOR SALE by owner, three-room bun
galow, cheap, Kenton district. Save
commission. Inquire 32 Kast Lombard
; $550 BUYS 3-room house, near car in.
i.enis. j. ma is a oncrmce. iou aown,
balance 3 years. Bdwy. 6008.
ONE ACRE with 8-room house, 2502 B.
71st st., near Division. At a bargain.
Inquire 130 6th st
40x100. UPTON "PARK, 64th ave., near
68th St.; $250 on easy terms. Owaer, '
810 Spalding bldg!
$3150 8 ROOMS, close in, modern; $500
down. Walnut 0845 after 3 P. M.
$100 DOWN, bal. like rent; cozy S-room
bouit, close, la. labor. 8878. ,