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HIE MORMXG OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, DECE3IBER 23, 1922
REACHING TO ALL
Salvation Army Will Hold
Services for Prisoners.
HOMELESS TO BE FETED
Carols, Sermons, Exercises and
Trees Feature Gaiety In
BY BEN HUE LAMPMAN.
The all-pervasive spirit of Christ
mas, that leaves no nook nor cranny
unexplored, that will' not rest con
lent until it has achieved all pos
sible happiness, is abroad in Port
land as attest the activities ot a
score of organizations, of dozens of
churches, pledged to the service of
lite good Saint Nicholas.
If, in all the city, when Christmas
dawns, there Is one home whete
gladness has not penetrated, one
lonely individual whose loneliness
has not been banished for the Yule,
it will not be the fault of the seekT
ers. No, such a circumstance will
exist for no other reason than that,
search as they may, the emissaries
of good will cannot hope to dis
cover the last, least trace of neglect.
Churches Hold Exercises.
Last night, which marked really
the pause before full-tide, was sig
nalized in many churches by Christ
mas programmes, by carols and ser
mons and exercises and trees. For
the time of Yule is so variously
hiLsied that forehanded folk think
little of outwitting the calendar and
making one day serve for another.
Yet the greater part of Christmas
observance will fall, as of right it
should, on the day of days.
Foremost in the preparation for a
real' Christmas has been the public
welfare bureau, which has collected
contributions for substantial gifts
to the needy, at its holiday bureau
at Second and Stark streets, and
which still awaits the eleventh
'But on equal footing in the field
is the Salvation Army, which today
will distribute 350 Christmas bas
kets, containing holiday provender
for at least 1750 people, and which
will conduct the special services in
the city and county jails where
Christmas cannot be barred though
men are held.
Homeless to Be Guests.
Indeed, the entire week will be
celebrated in such practical manner
by the Salvation army. On Tues
day, at the army citadel, the home
less men will be guests of the or
ganization, and more than 300 are
expected to congregate at that
memorable dinner. On Thursday
night the army will give a children's
Christmas party, with a resplendent
tree and sweets and gifts for at
least 600 kiddies. And some of the
gifts, be it known, will be of warm
clothing and etout shoes.
On Christmas day there will be a
tree at the Albertina Kerr nursery,
with gifts for all the tiny wards
and with the Elks as patrons of
this exclusive social affair. At
Louise home, where 55 girls reside,
there will be a banquet and a laden
tree, and at Portland Commons
there is to be offered such a dinner
as even the great hotels cannot
eclipse. And at all other homes
and institutions of the. city and
.state, or of private charity, the
spirit of Christmas will gain ad
mittance in much the same way and
with identical benefactions.
Visits to Veterans Invited.
Invalid veterans of the world
war, in government hospitals, are
being well remembered by the
American Legion, according to
Harry N. 'Nelson, department adju
tant, but it is urged that personal
visits be paid them on Christmas
day to mitigate the loneliness of
A committee of women, supervised
by Mrs. C. A. Hoggatt, chairman of
the American Legion auxiliary
hospitalization unit, is busily en
gaged in preparing Christmas pack
ages for the veterans in local and
Christmas exercises, including a
programme of recitations and songs,
and a playlet, "Christmas in Fairy
land," will be held at the Irvington
olub tonight at 7:30 o'clock with
pupils of the Irvington kindergar
ten providing the entertainment.
The cast for the playlet includes 36
tots from 4 to 6 years of age who
will dance and sing and participate
in the holiday spirit, which will
terminate when Santa Claus ap
pears and presents gifts to all.
Parents and friends of the pupils
have been invited to the affair,
' which is under the direction of
Mrs. L. H. Peddycord.
Other Christmas entertainments
and services on the local programme
Christmas celebration at the Y.
M. C. A. tonight, with a programme
given in the lobby under direction
of J. W. Palmer.
Services and exercises tonight at
the United Brethren church and at
the Oddfellows' home.
Celebration tomorrow at Portland
settlement center, when a tree will
be displayed and gifts distributed to
approximately 150 children.
RAIL PICKETS RELEASED
Jndge Pardons Two Convicted of
Christmas spirit prevailed, in
United States court yesterday and
Judge Charles E. Wolverton issued
a pardon to George Scharman and
Robert A. Green, sentenced to jail
some time ago for contempt of court
in violating the injunction against
striking shopmen picketing the
entrance to the O.-W. H.' & N. shops
at Albina. The railroad company
agreed to the lifting of the sentence
against the men.
Both were sentenced to serve 60
'days in the county jail and to pay
a fine of $100. Green became a
nervous wreck after he entered the
county jail and was transferred to
the county hospital. The circum
stances of Scharman, who is 60
years old, were also such as to
move the judicial heart to compas
. sion and the railroad company's
attorney agreed that the two should
be pardoned. They were released
before noon yesterday.
ALSEA RESIDENTS FREED
Charges of Game Violations Dis
- missed; Evidence Lacking.
CORVALLIS, Or.. Dec. 22. (Spe
cial.) All the complaints against
the Alsea residents charged with
violating the state game laws were !
dismissed in Justice Minshall's court
at Philomath today for lack of evi
dence. Complaints had been filed
against Burl Tom and Elmer Pan
key, and warrants were supposed
to be on the way to Philomath from
Lincoln county for the arrest of
several others. They failed to ma
At the trial Deputy Sheriff Robin
son became suspicious of the ac
tions and the breath of one of the
deputy wardens, F. A. McDaniels,
and followed him out when Mc
Daniels went to his car. He had a
woman in the car named Mabel
Moore. When asked by Robinson if
he did not also have some whisky
he denied the allegation, but re
sisted arrest. Robinson quickly
jerkel up McDaniels' overcoat and
extracted a bottle of moonshine
from his pocket, He was bound
over to appear for trial Friday,
CHASE OP $200,000 ROBBERS
IS FUTILE. -
2 Detective Agencies Announce
Definite Clews to Fugitives
Have Been Found.
DENVER, Dec. 22. Authorities
tonight apparently are facing the
same tAank wall .which confronted
them in their investigation of Den
ver's federal reserve bank truck
robbery before Thursday's night's
wild chases over .country rods in
t.orthern Colorado", supposedly on
the heels of the four men blamed
for the $200,00 theft and the shoot
ing to death ,of Charles T.. Linton,
feueral reserve bank guard, in a gun
tattle in front of the United States
mint here Monday.
Tonight two detective agencies
here said they had definite clews
to the identity and probable location
of the bandits. Rowland K. Goddard,
operative in charge of federal se
cret service agents for the Colo
rado district, is absent? on an un
announced mission which is being
Chief of Police Williams of Den
ver, however, was inclined to doubt
whether the automobile loads of
Denver police officers were on the
tandits' track Thursday and ap
parently believed the status of the
man hunt is substantially the 'same
as it was before Sheriff Hall of
reeley sought the aid of loca police
POLICE DO LODGE WORK
Chief Jenkins and Tallest Offi
cers at Masonic Ceremony.
EUGENE, Or., Dec. 22. (Special.)
Chief of Police Jenkins and 46
members of the Portland police
force assisted in the initiatory work
in the Masonic lodge at Junction
City last night. Each member of
the degree team, .made up of Port
land's finest, was over six-feet tall
and the men who flanked the candi
date, Edward F. Bailey, representative-elect,
were each six feet five
inches tall. The Portland policemen
came up in a special car and re
turned at an early hour this morn
ing. Delegations came from as far
south as Roseburg, and from Al
bany, Harrisburg, Eugene and other
A turkey dinner was served be
fore the ceremony and a sea food
PRISON PROBE IS BEGUN
Governor-Elect Wants Peniten
tiary to Be Self-Supporting.
SALEM, Or., Dec. 22. (Special.)
Members of the Marion County
Realtors' association, at a luncheon
here yesterday, were told by Governor-elect
Pierce that he had been
investigating conditions at. the
Minnesota penitentiary in hope that
the local prison may be placed on
a self-supporting basis.
The Stillwater prison in Minne
sota is one of the few institutions
of its kind in the United States that
does not require an appropriation
from the state. Besides earning
sufficient money for maintenance,
the Minnesota prison turns over a
large profit to the state.
Governor-elect Pierce made no
comments with relation to the re
sults of his investigations other
than to declare that he is interested
in the flax industry in this state.
3 DIE IN 521 ACCIDENTS
Of Total, 481 Are Subject to State
SALEM. Or., Dec. 22. (Special.)
There were three fatalities in Ore
gon due to industrial accidents dur
ing the week ending December 21,
according to a report prepared by
the state industrial accident com
misslo:; today. The victims were:
Edward Enneberg, chaser. Mist;
Harry Ross, hooker donkey, Klam
ath Falls, and Thomas Richmond,
Of the total of 521 accidents re
ported during the week 481 were
subject to the provisions of the
workmtn's compensation law, 23
were from firms and corporations
that have rejected the act and 17
from public utilities not subject to
state protection. - '
BRIBE PAYMENT CHARGED
Attempt to Bring Liquor Up Co-'
lumbia River Alleged.
An attempt to bring liquor from
British Columbia up the Columbia
river by bribing C. J. Knight, fed
eral prohibition agent, was brought
to light yesterday, following the
arrest of J. A. Boyd. Boyd was
charged with giving Knight $200 to
allow a cargo of liquor to enter the
Columbia and discharge at Astoria.
Knight, it was said, agreed to the
proposition, received the money, and
then reported to Dr. J. A. Linnville,
prohibition enforcement officer, and
signed the complaint for , Boyd's
Boyd was lodged in the county
jail in default of $2500 bond.
BOND GUARANTEE ASKED
Middle Fork Irrigation District
Makes Eequest at Salem.
SALEM, Or., Dec. 22. (Special.)
The Middle Fork irrigation district
in Hood River county has requested
the state engineer to guarantee the
payment of interest on approxi
mately $90,000 of bonds voted for
the improvement of this project. The
district contains 7570 acres of land,
and the assessed valuation Is
The money to be derived from the
sale of the bonds will be used to
purchase the rights of the Middle
Fork Irrigation company, which has
operated In Hood River county for
Rea.d The Oregonian classified ads.
BDY SCOUTS CLOSE
Rousing Rally Held at Lin
coln High School.
MANY WIN DISTINCTION
Five Boys Get Certificates for At
taining First Rank ; 1 3 Win
Second Class Awards.
Portland Boy Scouts closed a suc
cessful year's work with a rousing
rally at Lincoln high school last
night before an audience that more
than half filled the huge auditorium.
Scout songs, yells, movies and stunts
were features of a highly entertain
ing programme. Special numbers
were contributed by a quartet com
posed of L. W. Ross, scoutmaster of
troop No. 69; W. R. Patterson, Boyd
WiHiams and Carroll Morrison, and
by Albert Weisendanger with solos
on a mouthharp. Walter Doxsie of
troop No. 13 and Douglas Fox of
troop No. 15 put on a daring tum
Five boys won certificates for at
taining the grade of first-class
scouts and 13 boys certificates fof
reaching the rank of second-class
scouts. Fifteen first-class scouts
had merit band badges conferred on
them for completing the courses in
numerous difficult subjects. Seventy
scouts were given trophies for spe
James E. Brockway, scout execu
tive, presided. Dr. Otis B. Wight, a
member of the scout executive com
mittee, presented the badges and
certificates. J. A." C. Oaks, assistant
scout executive, led in the singing
and Mrs. James E. Brockway played
Following are the scouts honored:
Second-class Scouts Jack RoIIwage,
troop 1.1; Edward Robinson, trdbp 13;
Emmet Burnstein, troop 23; Claude Post,
troop 35; Carol Pratt, troop 33; Francis
Womack. .troop 40; Albert Saelens. troop
6!; Franklin Underwood, troop 71: Lloyd
Lillie, troop 71; Ramon Reefer, troop 71;
Donald Fletcher, troop 77; Donaid Neer,
troop 00; Irwin Bonon, troop 60.
Merit badges Virgil Pray tor, troop 79,
civics, electricity, blacksmlthing; Herbert
Gordon, troop 72, blacksmlthing; Glover
Clark, troop 49.Jiilacksmithing; Wallace
Biglin, troop 41, electricity, civics, as
tronomy, pioneering, cycling cooking,
handicraft, blacksmithlng, personal
health, public health, physical develop
ment, firemanship; William Chessman,
troop 67, cycling, electricity, safety first;
Charles Cram, troop 67, signalling; Allan
Palmer, troop 33, personal health, public
health, carpentry, signalling, craftsman
ship, first aid to animals, camping,
handicraft; Earl Syverson, troop 75, car
pentry, ' camping, first aid, personal
health, handicraft: Arthur Markewltz,
troop 00, first aid to animals, public
health, personal health; Alfred Carter,
troop IS, scholarship; George Moorad,
troop 18, scholarship; Lloyd Leo, .troop
41, electricity, biacksmithing; Edmund
Veazie, troop 50, carpentry; Arthur
Emerson, IS, public health, first aid to
animals; Melvin Nelson, troop 75, per
sonal health, camping, craftwork in
leather, carpentry, handicraft.
First-class Scouts Argel Ltndsley,
troop l;l;, Harvey Robbins, troop 18; Ar
thur Markwitz, troof 50; Martin Wight,
troop 60; Herschel McBeth, troop 13.
Boys who received gas masks as
Troop 65 Horace Billy Askwlth,
James Denton John Kistner Dukehart,
William W. Elmer. John Alfred Givens
Jr., AIKn Hart. Jack Havard, Donald
Holman, Robert Holman, Ralph Horn,
l.obert .Stuart Howard, Lester Hum
phreys, Melvin Jones, Orviile Jones,
Frank Kistner Jr., James Lainff, Minor
Nichols, David Northup, Daniel Northup,
waiter rreuym.m, itnry rruflflnmnie,
William A. Robb Jr. Marvin RoKers.
Milton Shoemaker, James Smith, Scott
Sterling, Wells Thompson, John Tillson,
Ralph Tranlow, Charles Kennard Will
iams, David Wise.
Troop iS Howard Bodine, Charles
Brown. Edward Brown. Stencer Brown.
Theon Hott. Cede Hendricks, Wayne
.vicnois. warry rice, waiter frlce Wal
ter Griffith Roberts, Forest Sweet," Alvin
Vanderwall, Roger Vanderwall.
Troop 81- George W. Davis, Frank
Demme, Robert Fisher. Thomas Forstef,
Donald Hull, . Kenneth Jette, Harry
Karr. Alvin Merrill, Got tired Nordstrom,
Martin Older, Stanley Sabln, George
Springer, Russell Wilkinson, Lloyd Wil
kinson. Samuel Wood.
Troop !4 Roy Austin. 'William F.
Church, Kenneth Collins, Benjamin Wes
ley Dobson, Lowell A. Dobson, Ben Gu
lick, Joe Keppro, Harold B. Lidford
Douglas Regg, Warren T. Wetle.
HAYWOOD BONDS TAKEN
Government Claims $15,000 for
Runaway of "Big Bill."
CHICAGO, Dec. 22. -The United
States was enriched to the extent of
$15,000 today through the flight to
Russia two years ago of William D.
Haywood, I. W. W. leader, who was
under prison sentence at the time.
The money represented the amount
of the bonds of Haywood and was
paid- by William Bross Lloyd,
wealthy communist recently released
from Joliet prison after his sen
tence for violation of the anti-syndicalism
law had been commuted,
and Otto Christiansen, attorney for
The J5000 bonds for Charles Roth-
fisher, another I. W. W., now in Hun
gary, were also paid. Payment of
the bonds, however, it was pointed
out, does not mean that either of
the men can escape arrest should
they return to America.
Students Enjoy Christmas.
IMBLER, Or., Dec. 22. (Special.)
Sixty high school students gath
ered in the high school auditorium
last night to make merry ( around a
Christmas tree all their own. Stu
dents and faculty joined in the cele-
If yon want a remedy for skin
trouble whose value has been proven
by many years of successful use, if
you want a treatment that thousands
of doctors and druggists are daily pre
scribing because they know its bene
ficial results, you will find it in Resinoi
Ointment and Resinol Soap.
Why not UVe the combined advice of all
Lrour akm well ? At alt druggists.
bratioa and gifts were distributed.
A good programme was given by the
students and spirited games , fol
lowed the visit of Santa. Claus.
HUNTER FACES CHARGES
'Anacortes Man Accused of Shoot
ing Ducks From Power Boat.
For violating the federal game
laws, Bert Jones of Anacortes, Wash.,
who was arrested recently following
an investigation by Federal Game
Warden Steele and J. W. Kinney,
Same supervisor for the state of
Washington,, will probably lose by
confiscation his $2500-power boat J,
r.nd pay a substantial fine as well
Jones was charged with shooting
ducks from a power boat, and was
arrested In Puget sound. After a
consideration of the available evi
dence by Steele and Kinney. His case
will be filed with the Washington,
D. C., authorities and in due tim6
will be called before a federal court
A maximum penalty in addition
tc the confiscation of Jone's boat,
will be asked, Steele stated yes
terday. 1 DIES IN DUBLIN CLASH
National Soldiers Attacked in
Midst of Christinas Shoppers.
DUBLIN, Dec. 22. There was
considerable street fighting in Dub
lin tonight. A patrol of national
soldiers was attacked in the midst
of Christmas shopping crowds. One
soldier was killed and another sol
dier and a woman were wounded.
The government buildings were
attacked by rifle fire, which the oc
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Recent Star of
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NOBLES The regular
stated session and annual
meeting will be held Sat
urday, December 23. in
the municipal auditorium.
Concert by Al Kader
Shrine band and chanters
at 7 P. M. Business
session at 8 P. M. Election
of officers and representa
tives to. imperial council.
Ballots Issued upon pres
entation of 1922 (blue and
white) card only. Visiting
nobles welcome. By order of the illustri
HARVEY BECKWITH. Roc.
NO. 1, K. T. The usual
Christmas observance will
be held In the asylum Mon
day. December 25. at 10
o'clock A. M. Sir Knights should be In
unilorm and assembled for service at
10 A. M,- sharp. Sir P. A. Van Kirk will
be at the asylum Sunday afternoon to
assist those desiring to secure uniforms.
Installation of officers will follow the
C. F. WIBGAND, Recorder.
THt'R., DECEMBER 28.
GUL REAZEE GROTTO.
HARRY A. McRAE.
, OREGON LODGE. NO.
101. A. F. AND A. M.
Special communication (Sat
urday), at 7 P.' M. Work on
the F. C. degree. Visitors
Welcome. IRv order nf W M.
LESLIE! S. PARKER. Secretary.
NO. 48, A.. F. AND A. M.
Special meeting today (Sat
urday) beginning 4 o'clock.
East Sth and Burnside. Si. M.
degree. Evening session work
in full form. VlBitors welcome.
NO. 54. O. E. S. Stated
communication this Satur
day evening at 8 o'clock in
Pythian temple. Social. By
order of the worthy matron.
MYRA H. GLINES. Secy.
MASK BALL. I
For public, friends and
members. Tuesday nignt,
December 26, W. O. W.
hail, 128 Hth St. Given
by Anchor Council, No.
746. Security Benefit as
sociation. Twenty grand
n.i,a, Thl. In the hsn
..a. ,uir hall nf th. ..anon. Dandv
music. A committee to see that all
enjoy themselves. A pair of wild ducks
for door prizes. Fun . for all. Ad., 35
cents. Come, have the time of your life.
CARD OF THANKS.
"We take this means to express our
heartfelt gratitude to our friends and
particularly the Brotherhood of Railway
Clerks, P. C. lodge 419, for their kindly
ministrations during the illness and
death of our beloved wife, mother and
CARL, J. HENNINGER,
MRS. ELIZABETH HENNINGER.
WERTHEIMER Dec. 21. at. the late
residence. 1019 East 12th St. N., Mar
- iraret E. aged 54 years, wife of Fred
Wertheimer, brother of Mildred Wert
heimer of Portland, and sister of Rhoda
Jett of Baker, Or., BuS and George
Levens of San Diego. Ctl. TlJemalns
are at the above residence. 5Snneral
arraigements in charge of J. P. Fley
FRANCISCOVICH A the residence, 967
Belmont St., Dec. 2, Cosmo Francisco
vich, aged 75 yars, beloved husband
of Sarah, fatSrer of Laurence, Lewis,
Cosmo, Feli, Emil and Mrs. Tomaeo
vich, also survived by two daughters
in Seattle. (San Francisco papers
please copy.) Funeral notice later.
Remains at residential parlorB of Miller
EMIG Dec. 22, at the late residence, 172
N. 15th st., Conrad, aged 71 years,
husband of Anna Emig and father of
Otto, William and Walter Emlg and
Mrs. M. O. Seller of Portland. The re
mains are at Finiey's mortuary, Mont
gomery at 5th. Notice of funeral here
after. WERTHEIMER Margaret E.. at hr
late residence, 1019 East Twelfth
street North, beloved wife of Fred
Wertheimer; mother of Mildred, sister
of Mrs. Rhoda Jett of Baker, Or.; Bud
livens, San Diego, Cal., and George
Levens, Burney, Cal. Notice of fu
KERR In this city. Dec. 22. 1922. Oliver
Gilland Kerr, brother of V. u. Jterr ol
Boise, Idaho. Remains are at the
chapel of Edward Holman & Son,
Third & Salmon sts. Notice of funeral
AZULLA In this city, Dec. 21, 1922, I.
Azulla. Remains are at the chapel
of Edward Holman & Son, Third and
Salmon sts. Notice of funeral later.
CERLATI The funeral cortege of the
late Marietta Cerlati of 838 Gantenbein
avenue, will leave Finiey's mortuary.
Montgomery at 5th, this (Saturday)
morning at 9:15 A. M., and proceed
to St. Michael's church. 4th at Mill
street, where mass will be celebrated
at 9:30 A. 1 M. Friends invited. Con
cluding services Mt. Calvary ceme
FtSH Funeral services for the late
Franklin Edmond Fish, aged B4 years,
beloved husband of Nellie Mae Fish of
Pleasant valley, will be held Dec. 23.
at 2:30 from the mortuary chapel of
A. n. Kenworthy & Co.. 5802-04 92d
St. S. B.. in Lents. Interment Mult
nomah cemetery. Friends, invited to
REICHLE Funeral services for the late
T. C. Reichle will be conducted today
(Saturday), at 1:30 P. M., at the
Order of Red Men temple, corner of E.
8th and Hawthorne ave. Friends In
vited. Interment Rose City cemetery.
Remains at Pearson's undertaking par
lors, Russell st. at Union ave.
FLE-GEL At Salem. Or., December 22.
Earl Coulson Flegel Jr., infant son of
Captain Earl C. Flegel and Barbara
Stetner Fiegel. Funeral services will
be held in Salem today (Saturday) De
cember 2'Aj at 3 P. M.. from the resi
dence of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee
KRTJPICKA In this ctty. Dec 21,
1922. Katherine Krupicka. Funeral
services will be held at the chapel of
Edward Holman & Son, Third and Sal
mon sts., today (Saturday), Dec. 23,
1922, at 1 P. M. Interment Riverview
DICKERSOX Columbia Dickerson of
Cornelius, Or., widow of S. P. Dicker
son, civil war veteran, died Thursday
morning. Funeral at Methodist church
at Cornelius. Sunday at 2 P. M. Cali
fornia papers please copy.
- Portland's best memorial park. Salable
assets over SS00.OOO. Atwater 1236.
LIMOUSINES for funerals, weddings,
shopping. Jones Auto Livery. At. 0114.
HULMAN & SON
(Founded in 1854.)'
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 0507.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of a
home. 16th and Everett Sts.
Phones, Broadway 2133; Auto. 531-35.
BAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS
(F. S. DUNNING, INC.)
"The Family Sets the Price."
414 East Alder St.
Phones. East 0052, East 9774.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont at 35th. Tabor 1268.
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
: Phone East 0781.
ClfCUCC UNDERTAKING CO..
Third and Clay. Main 4152.
AD 7CI I CD pn 592 Williams Ave.
n, tcLLCn UUi phone, East 1088,
Q CREMATION Q
East 14th and Bybee.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Washington St., bet. 20th and 21st
Sts., West Side. Lady Assistant.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
A. D. Kenworthy. R. S. Henderson.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
5804 92d St., Lents. Automatic 618-21.
354 Washington St.
Flowers for All Occasions Artistically
Roses and Rare Orchids a Specialty.
Quality and Service Since 1890.
328 MORRISON ST. po5Si.D
HOTHOUSES 71 1
. QnailifUirirtif -
'Just the Best
Tonseth Floral" Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Washington, bet. 4th and 5th Sts.
Phone Broadway 4537.
Yamhill at Tenth.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florist. Floral de-
gigns Specialty. Sixth at Alder. Main 7315.
People's Floral Shop
FLORAE DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
249 Alder St., bet. 2d and Sd.
Phone Broadway 7126.
203 Bdwy. at Taylor. Main 7370.
CHAPPELL'S FLOWER SHOP
S31 Morrison. N. W. Bank Bids. Main 6119
CUT, SEAM, HEM, machine-pleat, skirt,
75c; hemstitching:, uc; mail orders so
licited. Eastern -Novelty Mfg. Co., 85
. ASSAYEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 2d St.
Gold, silver, platinum bought.
STEAM showers, tubs and swim, all for
3.tc. Health, 121 Fourth st.
THE 1RW1N-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Washington st. Broadway 3144.
WILLIAM, Estelle, Florella and DeWane
ueveney, the only sclentltlc chlropo
dists and arch specialists in city. Par-
lors 302 Gerlinger bldg., southwest cor
ner 2d and Alder sts. Main 1301.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles
scientifically corrected; lady assistant.
512 Morgan bldg. Main 8762.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg., Broadway
7506. No collections, no charge.
RINGLER's dancing school, best Instruc
tion, private and class daily. Broad
way and Main. Auto. 513-39.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
Third Floor Raleigh Bldg. '
Corner of Sixth and Washington Sts.
Broadway 7219. Automatic 2118.
WITHOUT PAIN .cAanwPrhE,s
Your "Teeth Sleep" While We Work.
Above Majestic Theater, 351 Wash, st.
YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE.
Your glasses fitted by
specialist. Prices with-
FSJ fM ? ""eacn or an. Dr,
Harry Brown. 149
St., near Morrison.
WE SPECIALIZE in fitting eyeglasses;
Kryptok, Tories, also the cheaper
grades from $2.50 and up. Dr. George
Rubensteln, optometrist. 226 Morrison.
E. W. EASTMAN, lawyer, 528 Chamber
of Commerce bldg.
OUR BUSINESS IS
Yes. thousands of
friends whom we have fitted in the past
20 years. Come to experienced optomet
trists with your eye troubles. Our low
rent affords you lowest prices. Consulta
tion free. Dr. Chas. W. Goodman. Dr.
Samuel Goodman, associate optometrists.
209 Morrison. Main 2124 ;
WHY PAT MORE?
Glasses in gold-filled frames,
fitted to your eyes with mod
ern Instruments, as low as
$2.50; double vision glasses at a .great
saving; glasses in all styles, satisfaction
guaranteed. Dr. A. E. HurwiU, op torn -etrist.
223 First St.
PRINTING Lower prices, get our figures.
Adelmore Press, Independent Printers,
nnlltTUlf? F. W.. BAX.TES & CO.,
rnlWI IllU First at Oak. Bdwy. 4641.
r. C WRIGHT, registered patent attor
ney 25 years; if invention really valu
able see attorney, 601 Dekum bldg.
Repairs by experts.
Pipe Shop, 272 Wash.
DR. R- A. PHILLIPS, Broadway build
ing, stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys,
bladder, rectal, prostate and female
disorders, wttnout operation
and specialty manufacturing, all kinds.
Patents developed. Kauffman Manu
facturing Co., 281-283 Hawthorne ave.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.,
414 Glisan St. Bdwy. 128L
Four .Warehouses on, .Xerm,is&l Iracii,
tb jMb O MAIN
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
8 4th St, Opp. City HalL NEU BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WORKS
' QUALITY MEMORIALS " i
E. THIRD STS. I HONS E.T43J
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
153 Courthouse. Phone Wain 03(8
From 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at its home, 535 Colum
bia boulevard. Phone any ,tlme,
Woodlawn 0764. Dogs for sale.
Horse ambulance for sick or dis
abled horses. Small animals pain
lessly electrocuted when necessary
and stray animals cared for. All dead
animals, cows, horses, etc., picked up.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
East 35K0. 188 K. Eighth St.
Phone your want ads to The
Oregonian, Main 7070.
We want new blood and cap
Ital. Astoria will make a city
now. The Harilmond - mill is
going to build a new 11,000,000
plant. Work will start on the
naval base the first ol the year.
Let me know what you want. I
have everything, from a lot In
the business district to 2500 acres
in one tract. Write for what yo'u
SA.M H. WEBB, Opposite Depot,
CENTRAL BUSINESS PROPERTY
Lowest Interest Rates.
MAC MASTER, IRELAND & CO.
328 IT. S. 3VATIj BANK BLDG.
For Sale Flat and Apartment Property.
If you are in the market for
apartment or ,flat site, see us.
We make a specialty of this class
of vacant property. East or west
side, close in. See our list.
COE A. McKENNA & CO..
208 Artisans Bldg. Bdy. 7522.
200x200 with Improvements In,
1H block to car, walking- dis
tance to heart of city, suitable
for apartments, factory or man
ufactures. This Is a bargain.
COE A. McKENNA & CO.,
208 Artisans Bldg. Bdy. 7522.
WEST SIDE 4 FLATS. -South
of Washington st.; excellent
condition, steady Income; ideal loca
tion; hot water heat; a bargain; terms.
See now. Bdwy. 6011.
T. O. BIRD, 526 Cham, of Com.
INCOME $1150 per month. Have close-tn
west side site and plans for apartment
house; will finance and build. Requires
$20,000 cash. Phone Walnut 334.
NEAT Itt-room apartment house: trad
or sell ; terms. Broadway 7963.
For Salf Lots.
on Columbia blvd. (paved), between
East 29th and E. 33d ste. North. Con
venient to cars. Rich soil, fine loca
tion. Snap price, easy terms.
. J. O. ELROD, Owner.
283 Stark St- Phone Bdwy. 1188.
DEAL WITH PRACTICAL BUILDERS.
Refmers & Jollivette's business is
better every month; our success means
reasonably priced, well designed and
better built homes; financial assistance
given and 'soldier's bonus accepted.
SACRIFICING lot at $750 located on
East 13th bet. Klickitat and Siskiyou,
to close estate. Main 8572.
4 LOTS on Delaware and Holman; will
sell together or separately, Main 7673.
OVERSIZED lot on Laurelhurst ave.
thla week for $950. Tabor 2611.
For Sale Houses.
Swell home, swell location, with acre
ground, $10,500, $1000 cash, $75 month.
GOING TO BUILD 7
We design and build residences or
any building, assist in financing same;
12 years, continuous and complete bldg.
service. SECURITY AND SATISFAC
TION ASSURED. L. R. Bailey, con
tracting jchitct24NLW. Bank.
fl-room house, modern in every way,
with built-ins, oak floors, fireplaee,
furnace,-bath and two toilets, garage;
must be sold. Special price on inspec
tion. Owner. Tabor 4595.
BUY OF THE OWNER.
I have a 5 and a 6-room new bun
galow on the edge of Laurelhurst
that I will sell very reasonable. Auto
LAURELHURST No. 991 E. Hoyt, near
33d, fine 6-room house, all modern im
provements; $6000, terms. R. F. Hunt.
HAVE client for $8000 to $10,000 8-room
house, modern, will pay $400 down and
$400 per month. Main 4564; residence,
Tabor 45&5. Call H. a Rinehart, Har
vey Wells A Co.
Cozy 4 rooms, bath, gaa, light, full
cement basement; carline, pavement;
improvements all paid. $2600. Wal-
MAG-NIFICENT new Rose City bunga
low, modern in every respect, a must
sacrifice, owner leaving city. 721 E.
46th N. Bdwy. 4231. Eve. and Sun..
BUNGALOW, 5 rms., new, up-to-date,
gen. view location, weBt slope Mt. Ta-
i bor; garage to basement; $5500; a buy.
terms. Owner, 615 Ry. Ex. bldg. Bdwy.
66 2-3x167 COR- LOT. 2 blks. from Lau
relhurst; house partially completed, 24
x24. lumber on grounds to complete.
Inquire owner. 968 E. Alder st Tabor
$500 CASH, BAL LIKE RENT.
Walking distance, modern bungalow,
new, vacant, hardwood floors, fire
place, breakfast nook, near Sandy blvd.
Bdwy. 6011. East 7978.
HOUSE PLANS, 300 designs, $10 to $15,
or specially designed at reasonable fee.
L. R. BAILEY CO.,
924 N. W. Bank Bldg.
NEW 4-RM. house, bath, basement, D.
kitchen, lot 66x124. cor. 84th st. rjid
70th ave. S. E.; $2650; terms. Phone
owner. Auto. 627-15.
RIGHT on Williams ave., north of
Broadway; good 5-room house, on valu
able lot, $2800, $500 cash. Owner. Bdwy.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence for
sale, $10,000, In connection with the
eettlement of an estate. Call Main
FOR SALE 6-room modem house, $200
cash, to be wrecked: would make some
one a nice home. Main 2228. After 6
p M ask for Landolf.
Almost new, gaa furnace, 7 rooms,
hwd. floors; in fact, perfect. On 18th,
near Stanton. East 0419. r
New, naodern, 6 rooms, library, ra
dio room. 19th and Brazee.
iftVINGTON bungalows. $5500: easv
terms; 6 fine rooms; full lot; near car
FRANK I.. McOUIRE.
To Buy Your Home.
2000 Photographs of Homes for Sale.
YOUR HOME IS HERE at the price
and terms you can pay. The itreatest
listing of homes in the entire west.
I'll help you make your first payment
90 Salesmen With Autos.
Open evenings until 9:00.
"BDWY. 7171" means SERVICE!
HAVE YOU J4O0
To put down on a real home? 7 rooms.
Alberta district; .entire price is $3990,
the value is all there; all modern con
veniences; 4- bedrooms, 1-blk. to car
and school; the home for a large fam
ily. I'll help you with your down pay
ment if necessary. Grand ave. X.
! ! A REAL XMAS PRESENT ! !
$."00 down! Rose City!
$1190 One of the prettiest, cheeriest
bungalows in nil BUNGALOW
LAND! Large living room, din
ing room, glowing fireplace,
hardwood floors, white Dutch
kitchen; dainty bedroom, bath;
. all improvements are in and
paid. E. 3Sth st- UTMOST IN"
YOU ARE LOOKING? ? ?
$5490 It's here at last; artistic 6-ronm,
house. living room with fire
place; built-in buffet in dining
room, all sorts of built-in con
veniences; 3 bedrooms, good
corner lot with all improve
ments in and paid. Francis
ave, E. 105.
S-room HOME. $25(1 down!
J2o0 $i'50 down gives you possession
of this cosy 8-room bungalow
type home in Woodstock dis
trict; 5 bedrooms, white enamel
plumbing, electricity, gas, larga
lot, beautiful shrubbery, trees,
HUNDREDS OF OTHER
.splendid values. YOUR HOME IS her.
Come in and select it now! I'll help
you make your first payment if nec
FRAXK L. McGUIRE,
To Buy Your Home.
Ablngton Bldg. Bdwy. 717t. '
3d St., bet. Wash, and Stark.
There is an opening on my nales fore
for a salesman with car.
Do a little work and be your own
$10 month and interest.
Only one new 4-room cottage bunga
low for sale this week. Easy terms.
This one is just outside the city lim
its. Close in. Exceptional good buy.
Get away from high rents, taxes and
GORDON MORTGAGE CO.,
630 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
$4C00 ROSE CITY PARK.
$500 down, $4t per mo. Including
Interest, modern 5-rm. bungalow, hard
wood floors, fireplace, buffet, excellent
kitchen, 2 unusually large bedrooms,
large attic, full basement, furnace, solid
cement runway, beautiful yard, fruit
trees and berries; very artistic home.
east facing, all improvements in and
paid. Rons City Park branch office,
45th and Sandy blvd. Aut. 326-10.
J. I HARTMAN COMPANY.
Exceptionally clever and artistlo
bungalow, hardwood floors, fireplace,
bookcases, Dutch kitchen, breakfast
nook, 2 bedrooms and sleeping porch,
gas furnace, garage, east and south
pergola porch, bungalow fence enclos
ing entire grounds, improvements ia
and paid; 1H blks. from Sandy blvd.
Rose City Park branch office, 45th and
Sandy blvd. Auto. 326-10.
J. L. HARTMAN COMPANY.
HOME $2650 FURNISHED.
For $20O down and $35 a mo. you
can eat Christmas dinner In your own
home ; 5-room mod. bungalow ; paved
st.; furnished, ready for housekeeping.
This Is a special Xmas offer and on
you will never get again. Without
obligation call Wilkins, Baer & Co.
Bdwy. 634. 517 Exchange bldg., cor.
2d and Stark.
THIS year's bargain wfll be finished in
3 weeks. 4 rooms, 'very best arrange
ment; large living room, fireplace,
bootcmsea, bracket light, two big bed
rooms, good sized bathroom, w.
kitchen, the handiest breakfast nook,
a lot of built-ins; full size basement,
laundry trays, cement porches. It's a.
beauty. $4uo will handle. 50x100 lot.
778 E. 6Tth st. N. Close to Sandy.
Tabor 752 after 6.
New and beautifully designed hard
wood floors, fireplace, tapestry paper,
large kitchen, finished in white; two
bedrooms with bath between, screened
in hack porch, unusually nice electric
fixtures; price $2600; very easy pay
ments. JOHNSON-DODSON CO..
633 N. W. Bank Bllg. Main 3787.
MR. AND MRS. HOMESEEKER Just a
pretty home on the highway, 6 acres,
of rich soil, fine orchard of pears, lo
ganberries, cherries and strawberries,
nice 5-room bungalow, fine spring wa
ter piped to the door, all in cultivation,
fine electric and bus service, and only
$5000. I have many other suburban
homes from $2500 to $6000 each.
J. B. HOLBROOK, Realtor,
214-215 Panama Bldg.
$1500 DOWN, $50 per month buys
acres, all under cultivation; 7-room
. house, gas and electricity; chicken
houses, brooder house, barn, 1 acres
raspberries, S miles east of city
limits, on pved highway. Street car
line on placey 25 min. by auto to center
of city. Here Is your chance to buy
a place cheap. M 144, Oregonian.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Acreage, close in; good road; rich
river bottom lands.
J, O. ELROD, Owner.
283 Stark St. Phone B d w y. 1188.
' ONE OK TWO ACRES.
At Ruby Junction, close to station,
$400 per acre; $25 down, $5 per mo,
and interest. These will not last long.
S trong & Co., 606 Cham, of Com.
WRITE tor map of western Washington
showing location, low prices and eaay
terms offered to settlers.
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER CO.,
ACREAGE VS. LOTS 2 acres, $2500;
end of Hawthorne line. Raise food and
cut bills. A sane home proposition.
615Ry- Ex. bldg. Bdwy. 5985.
FOR SALE 7 ACRES. CLOSE IN,
THOMAS ALLEN, 6131 92D ST. S. E.
i.20 ACRES good land, about $3000 worth
of fir saw timber, some cedar, fine
spring on place, 3 miles from railroad
station and sawmill, good wagon road,
school close, plow, harrow, cock stove,
saw. etc., with place; price $400; will
take in good car. Phona Broadway
4687, room 12. Address 290 North
21st St., city.
WANTED Homestead relinquishment,
some improvements, will pay cash.
2l'2 Lumbermen's bldg.
For hale Farms.
250-ACRE stock or dairy farm in upper
Nehalem valley on highway; well
stocked and equipped with modern ma
chinery; good buildings; will sell all
or part. Write for particulars. AV 465,
CHICKEN, FRUIT. GARDEN RANCHES
near Portland. $50 to $500 an acre;
easy terms; best soil; farms all sizes.
McFarland, realtor. 208 Failing bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WOULD like to buy a small, new bunga
low at once fo I can move in the 1st
of January; not over $3500. Can pay
$1000 cash. E. 113, Oregonian.
SPECIAL sist Studebaker. . 1920 model,
cord tires; will trade with cash for lot
on or near Sandy blvd. W 139, Orego
WANT at once, 4-room bungalow; must
have 2 bedrooms.
633 N. W. Bank Bldg. Main 3787.
WANTED 4-room modern bungalow,
close in. near car, amount round $2000.
small payment down rest like rent.
Write 574 East Davis st., Portland.
$1000 CASH and my soldier's bonus for
a nice modern house outside city lim
its with an. acre or more,, not over
$6000. AG 154. Oregonian.
LOT WT ILL PAY CASH.
Want bargain, close to car. 630
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
WILL PAY CASH
for a 6-room, strictly mod. bungalow,
in Piedmont Park. Bdwy. 264L
SMALL HOUSE OR SHACK.
Pay cash up to $500.
630 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
WD NEED 2 small bungalows, buyers
waiting. D. W. Richards Co., Automatic
315-44, Tabor 2o49.
WANTED, on easy payments, house with
large grounds that needs repair. P 134.
rirpirnn i a n
50x101) CORNER lot and i!00 cash al
first payment on 4-room bunsaiov.