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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1915)
THE STTXPAY OREGOXLYX. PORTLAND. OCTOBER 31, 1915.
Daily City Statistic.
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d - .a-r J-l a u k C-1. i-BlOrj llttlJUJ
WeUinif A-'Ci Paul Thlr..- , U . .
1 T ( i - maraooK ana l norapeon streets
-... , .ihj)c uumap; jouu.
UAV LOMbAKU Repair three-story mi
Bdra8v. i40 Davis street, between j.roaa
- Tay and Park streets; builder, Portland Ele
ator Company; SOOV.
MKb. JOSIE SALLOSS Repair one-story
irarne dwelling, o .Sixty-second street
south East, between Fifty and Fifty-first
-y.uco , Duiicer, (j. a. isoyes;
J- ROBINSON Erect two-story frame
"welling. 157 E. Sixty-eighth street, between
-iT7niuni ana laraniu streets: builder, J. i-i.
L. O. LEONARD Erect one-story frame
amnion roaa, near x aircnoun
ijv, Duiider, same; $50.
. E. BROWN Repair one and one-half
irame aweiling. 1062 East Madison
fLvfV between East Thirty-fifth and East
,V Bi" streets; ouiiaer, . s. tjryne
, JAMN Erect one-story frame
.iing. 1-2,4 East Thirteenth North, be
een Ainsworth and Hoi man streets; build
f AKKELL INVESTMENT COMPANY Re
Iair three-story offices and theatre lo
ar street, between Washington and Stark
cew , ouiiaer, canning at Hord: oo.
J- PANOS Erect one-story frame
cwe.jing. Third street, corner B, district of
-L.ii.nton; builder, C. W. Goodeman: o00.
y. M ARC HETTI Repair one-story frame
eiiins. i wenty-seventh avenue south
' i.ast. between Forty-first and Forty-second
l"-eiB; Duiiaer, jveiiey brothers, inc.;
J- R. HUGHS Repair two-storv frame
"Dwelling. 400 Glenn avenue, between East
l-Jncoin and Grant streets; builder. K el ley
maws, inc.; iuo.
GEORGE A. LEWIS Repair two-story
frame dwelling, 1170 East Thirty-first North,
-vwwii jviiiingswortn ana jarrett streets
vm.aer. Keiley Brothers. Inc.: $150.
K. K. K ARSON Repair two-story frame
iig, io cast onsan street, between
1 wen ty-third and Twenty-fourth streets;
u liner, jveiiey jrotners, inc.; $125.
-vi Kb. UL M PURE V Kepair one-story
amine aweiiing, 10J3 Brooklyn street, be
twen Thirty-third and Thirty-fifth streets
bUiinVr. KeIIfv- Hrothpra Inc - XT on
MRS. enydEK Repair two-story frame
dwelling, 1386 East Broadway, between
J-irty and Fiftv-first streets; builder. Kelley
ii riera, inc.; i ;o.
r OLL THOMPSON Repair two-story
. auie U weuing. wi .ast Aider street, De
tween Thirty-second and Thirty-third
llcc'; Duuaer. iveiiey urotners, inc. ;
S. ANDERSON Repair two-sory frame
w waning, Kast i nirty-seventh street, be
tweon Washington and Stark streets; build
r, Kellcy Brothers Inc.; $12.").
ST. JOHNS LI MBER COMPANY Repair
wiic-oiory ary Klin ana aock, harbor line,
between Burlington and Leaviit streets,
bulkier, same ; luO.
ED. DUNN Repair 1-story frame dwell
ing. H027 Thirtv-ninth avenue South East,
t .tween Sixty and Sixty-first streets; build
er, same; $50.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1. Reoair two-
rtory frame scchool (Vernon ) East Twenty-third
street North, between Wygant and
uiiiot)iui streets; ouiiaer, same; $l0.
E. NILSIN- Erect l-storv frame dwell
Sng, 6717 Thirtieth avenue South East, be
tween r-ast tixty-seventh and East Sixty
eighth streets; builder. M. I. Markle; $1300.
u.. F. GREEN Erect two-story frame
weiiing, ;tu; i' orty-first street South East,
jit i vwu ruty-sixtn ana j? in y-jse vent n ave
Hues: builder, same- $l:ino
E. N". CAPER Erect one-story frame gar
aro. 10:i0 Schuyler street, between East
i nirty-tmra ana East Thirty-fifth streets;
builder, same; $.10.
MR. WALLACE Erect one-story ordinary
jjuuiic garage. ih r irst street, between Por
ter and Wood streets; builder, Davis & Op
GEORGE W. HUTCHINSON Erect one
ptory frame greenhouse, 407 East Sixtieth
street, between Lincoln and Division streets;
builder, same; $40.
U. E, MAXWELL Erect m -story frame
wHling, 1255 Kast Couch street, between
3-last Forty-second and East Forty-third
.streets; builder, same; $3000.
H. PA RR Y Erect one-story frame gar
age. 1UH) East Burnskle street. between
East Thirty-ninth and East Fortv-first
Streets; huilder. Albert E. Anderson; $75.
DR. WILLIAMSON Repair three-story
frame hospital East Sixty-seventh street,
between East Caruthers and Sherman
streets; huilder, Columbia Wire & Iron
Marriage TJ censes.
BOWARD-RADKE Elmer T. Howard, 824
North Edison street. St. Johns, 2S, and Ger-
.uo riam.es nuuKe, iud onion ave. worth,
PETERSON-PET ERSON Richard Peter
son, tor.2 East Sixteenth street North. 2o,
ami Christine Peterson, same address, 23.
MAUI N E A U- FA IR FOWL Edward J.
Marineau. :;5 East Seventy-first street, 26.
nd Dora Mary Falrfnwl, same address, 20.
PAULSRL D-JOENSON H. T. Paulsrud,
f7 East Sixty-ninth street, legal, and Fior-
encp I,. Johnson, same address, legal
TR-.'Mlil'LL-JORDAN Orma C, Trum
bul.l. 219 East Seventy-sixth street North,
legal, and Adelaide F, Jordan, same ad
KTtSHL-HYDE Clyde Klehl. 753 Twentv
ffeventh street South, legal, and Mabel Grace
Hyde, same address, legal
DAHXE-FEL'RSTEIN Paul C. Dahne, 2
Tfetty grove street, lecal, and Emma Feur
toin. s.11 Nelson street, legal.
SM IT H -SEA VEV- William A. Smith, Se
attle, Wash., legal, and Mary Seavey, Ore
eon Hotel, legal.
SMITH - WOLKERSTORFER Frank
mith. Grrsham. Or., legal, and Marie
'Wolkerstorfer, rS0 Karl street, legal.
Vancouver Marriage License.
WAr-KUP-FliTSSLER K. L. Walkup, 23.
and Mrs. F. A. Fessler, 23, both of Port
land. FREEMAN-ACTON Frank F. Freeman.
BR. of Portland, and Marie B. Acton, SI,
of Gopur d'AIene. Idaho.
BAY ES-V'GEE Stephen J. Has 22,
and Jeanette McGec, 21, both of Portland, i
421 College street.
BORTS-M ALLIPTER Paul Borts, 20.
"u i-iiyiiia u. McAllister, j, both of Port-
f HOPG.DON-TORGLER Chester F. Hodg
son and Margaret L. Torgler, legal ages,
both of Portland.
BI.TLRR-WILLTAMS Charles Butler and
Mrs. Emi!v L. Williams, both of Portland
GA NOTE-BRAD FORD G.Pnrf. TT Clarxnto
and Miss Hazel I. Bradford, 10, both
Epwortli Kally Held at Cornelius.
CORNELIUS, Or.. Oct. 30. (Special.)
k About 5 persons attended the sub
district rally of the Kpworth League
Held at the Methodist Church here Fri-
iay nigrnt. Delegates from Banks,
jAiiiuutu ana sorest throve took part
in the programme. Miss Knchede, of
ruresi urove, president or the subdis-
'r"i. nun cnarse of the meeting.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
SOME GOOD BARGAINS.
Cash or Trade.
One 5-pasN. Michigan.
, One r.-pass. Chalmers.
; One T-pasK. Ainerican, cheap. -,
One pass Marion.
; , One Electric Coupe!
One Electric roadster.
nth and Madison tits.
Mar. -JUIH. A 4t36.
w e offcr guod farm lands, ready for
i.il.v l fin per acre, on easy terms, un
equaled opportunities, all conditions fav-
vifie. rur rarticuiars address Hinden
burK Development Co., 3."-U Empire bids.
illLI.INLRY I am a first-class trimmer
auu saiesiaay ana would tike another such
to put in tooo with mine
start a first-class millinery business or
i'wy one. i nase naa lots or business ex
peritnee. S 1!'7. Orejronian.
G1KL wishes home; would do some work;
is attending; night school and would re
quire evenincs off; have had experience
with children; references furnished, s 1U0.
A LOT near west end Sandy boulevard suit
able for store building, or will trade for
a few acres and house near Portland.
1 nope Eitst 2S,"tl.
l"OR ren;. a strii-t:y modern lO-room hnn.
galow. City View Park, on paved street.
2no fee: from carline
Phone week days.
I'M G STORE Splendid West Side loca
tion; will bear strict investigation; no
agents' commission; about S'JtK'O Address
quick. AE H'J. Pregor.ian
Rellnhle men. Iim-hoinn: i-
-wiieiuan citizens; excavation work: 2oc
an hour. Home phone B 11. Answer
Hosh. tlTl PARK, r.-room furnished bun
galow .10 Eti-.th North, corner Klickitat:
price f.uoo. $lot0 cash; leaving city must
WILL trade furniture of l.l-room rooming
house, within blocks of postoffec for
SaSn.1 ,-.ot" no.t out further than eoth st.
s 19t Oregonian.
FOR SALE "Look." At flat of 9 rooms
nearly new oak furniture, fine location
for roomers and boarders: close in S inn
ONE 1. H. P. D. c. motor, shafting, hang
ers, pountershalts. pullevs. etc. pnly X
ami Wash.C- 205 SWUd bW-
AVII.i, TAKE car
part payment n ex-
rhange for my equit
in mouern bunga
h'.v. i anor :isj .
FtR RKNT Nire, oloan 3 -room cottage
lawn and fruit trees. 3S! Kast Couch st
si'-': enquire one door west.
"OK SA1-K Charter oak ranee. t-liolt -wh
vtr Pipes, ,K. Call 9S3 E. lrtth north
near G of it jr.
FTHNrsHEO housekeeping room. S month
Njrthamton Apt., 407 Hall. Phone Main
G 1 K's to do IlKh t housework In nehinro
n'j i mini m mi ooara ; c-on to De ot ht-rw
hi-' llTctar .im tor the 'ntormatlon or the public, to gtva mm tar u dossI
IV?' .I' lerf ln? " .""" tte average pereon mar "dci.
"""f- mioraauon wnich ca
ti-rnlsbed by phoning Main 7070 or A
ABSTRACT ASD TITLES.
i SJSKVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title & Trust Co, 7 ch. ol Com.
l,PHA' hemstitching, scalloping, ac
S?hV.s'.J?. P'eat- tulons covered; mail
orders. 1,9 Flttuck block. Broadway mi)9.
P1l?g' hcmst':hing. buttons coveredT
eastern Novelty Co.. So uth. B'way UUOO
ASBESTOS -ROOFIXG MATERIALS.
..1 " "!"' Asbesto Rubber Roofine and
wement. Rate & Co.. Dekum bldg.
ASSAYERS AND ANALYSTS.
nvr . c : . .
Xr V . " OFFICE, 2d. Gold.
.u piaunum Dougni.
Y. FREEDMAX n.'ia r-v.Q,KD ,.r
T fUrFrr 7
"yfj?r J OAKS. II. D.. Practice limit
...7ly lu cancers, im? Morgan bldg.
'nvv "LG CO. Rugs from old car-
, , .-k mB. Jag 8ln uotti phones.
ELLCLOID BUTTON'S. BADGES.
THE IRn'-.Knnnv , n .
" Washington st. :.lain ai2 and A 1254.
Pa1lo?iy f.?ie5V-fic,,chiropo,lista in the city!
aorS.UiV:W?e. b'd8.,. southwest
anu Aider, rnone Main
WODY and pedicurin
: ...i.ci mug, aiain o47.
ViirJ.... S5UA'.. Slxth ea"-, chronic cases
",i v- .k' "J;eatmen.ts-. 15i worth
.- aiuneare lal 4tn eL
NETH & CO. Worcester bldg. Main 1T')i;
-No collection, no char, "F,la,
MNCiflS,TKR. anc'ns Academy, siA 5th
inr nil 1;.' """'"6. aiiernoon, even
Thurs ql? ;ir..ance guaranteed; class
Sat- evenings. 7-S:30. Bd v. anin
TuJs" ,80"?000? dally; class
Wash, and star'k m..-;, " bet.
Mri-U-S-v Di r-.. TT
. "-J". wessons ,
iW. 7 t-.. ttr"- ra ana Morrison 10 les-
t-. i.-!iea Man., Fri. eve. Mar. 313.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
ireatment by specialist; glasses fitt.rt nr
r. assaaay. 517 Dekum bid., ad i w n
JEffroMa,utoimobn?I?,1?.CH- en'' insurance";
tir, automobile blr, Corbett bid. Mn. 671b!
Bicycles. Phone Main a:i. A 2153.
SCHOOL. OF MUSIC
CT A CT-. . n . .
..V.7 - yi"n teacher, punll Sevrlk
riA.NO lessons. 2K9 14th it a .-.
tor practice. Phone Main 8S0:i. ,
Old Jewelry a Specialty.
?i0SNobrtnif a,r, ...
0.. ..-jj wssnmrton t
AllTO AND Bl'GGY TOPs
DUBRUlLLli 1IUGGI CO. 5 2d
BAitiAGE CHECKED AT HOME
naggase & Omnibus Transfer. Park & Davis.
n,. o , DREAD BAKERY.
Royal Bakery & Conf. inc. lltn and Everett.
TiT.mBBKW EKS AXD BOTTLERS.
HENRY WELSHAHU, luth and iJurnslde.
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, FURNISHINGS
FmiSCH.NKK, MAYER & CoTsi). Ash :C
s,hk ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
Stubbs Electrical Co., Qth and Pine sts.
Albers Bros. Milling Co. Front and rshall
. M. HOLDER, Board of Trade bldg
WADHAMS & CO., GT-75 Fourth street
HATS Avn f i c
THANHAl'SER HAT CO.. 5S-05 Front St
.HIDES. WOOL. CASCARA DARK.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front st.
MEN'S AND u nll.'.V8 : rt u .
COLOMBIA Neckwear ilfr. Co.. S3 ath 'it
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
EXPERIENCED lady solicitors wanted. Call
Monday between 9 A. M. and 1 M. 401
$S MONTH Lady wishes to share her most
ly fur, flat wl'h couple; walking distance;
references. t'a1, Larrabee.
SERVANT for general housework for two;
moderate wages; references. Phone Kast
4-ROOM modern apartment, partially fur
nished, $14; with garage, $10. VVoodlawn
b-RUUM modern furnished house, well lo
cated, Kast .Burnside. close in. pnone
WANTED To trade beach lot for furni
ture. Call before 1 o'clock. Marshall
4 LARGE furnished rooms to responsible
people; close in; fine view. 433 luth st.
A - i .
S-ROOM house on ' Afrpi rf irrniinH
horse barn, .chicken yards and. c.iicken
nouse; also orchard. Marshall 2181.
SNAP Very fino Duroc and Poland China
pigs ror sale, very cheap; also two good
cows. Wood lawn -'2b today and Monday.
MODERN bungalow, nice yard. Woodmen1
Mt. Scott car. Key at grocery. Rent rea-
FOR riA LE Remington automatic shotcun
trap grade wKh riohed barrel: good as
iikw ; i-ni-ap. w , -. scott, tariton iotei.
WANTED In Ladd's or Hawthorne district.
a t or i -room iurmsned house by re-
gponsmie party. East 4.. 00.
ROOM in beautiful home with young cou
pie. alone. East 3117.
Ai- ni .i i nat, iurmsned ooms, steam
heat. West Side. Main S302.
FURNISHED BUNGALOW and garage, 470
K. 44th N. ; rent $:10. Phone East C44.
80 ANGOItA GOATS for sale; sacrifice. Ap
ply 3"S Stock Exchange bldg., city.
FU RN1SHED housekeeping rooms,
333 Yamhill. Main 4413.
1012 SIX-cylinder roadster for sale or trade;
koou aeat. & tjregonian.
ANTED Piano teacher to teach popular
""-n site price. x uregonian.
FOR aale or trade on automobile, motorcy
cle with side car. Call Monday. &i Gth.
N EARLY new modern bungalow, 377 E. 47th.
Furnished or unf urnishea. Tabor 1048.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for one
or two, witn board. 4-1 12th st.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Daily and Suoaay.
Same ad two consecutive t Lines. . . ,
Mine au iiiree consecutive times xt
bame ad six or seven consecutive times to
ine aouve rates Mpply to advertisements
ider "ew loday" auid ail otiier ciAuir.
eat ions except tile following :
bituations v auteti t erua le.
ror Kent. Kuumit invae Families.
Board and Rooms. i'rivate i-a,nntis.
fclu timekeeping Koomt t'rivate iramUiea.
Hate on tile abuve claMtiltcaiioa t cents
line each insertion.
On "charee" advertisements har -m
be based on the number of lines appearing
v iyvi cgai uira ui me nuiuoer ot
words in each line. Minim u m nmr v t..
1 he Oregonian will accent flavin!
vertisements over the telenhun nr,iH.n
the advertiser is a subscriber to eltoer
p li on s. No priceH will be quoted over toe
phone, but bill will be rendered tue follow
ing day.. Whether subsequent advertise
ments will be ai:eiited over Hi nimn. ri-
pends upon the prompt net of payment t
telephone advertisement. Situations tanten
and l'ersonal advertiMmrnu win nnt- ...
cepted over the telephone. Orders for -joe
insertion only will be accepted for "iaru
lure for Sale," "Uusiness OoDort ninr-
Koominr-houvn" and "Wanted u Kent,
'lelepbon . Main U?U. A 6Utfa.
Advertisements m rt i i
flratlon must be in The Oregonian office
before 8 o'clock at night, except aturd
Closing hour for The Sunday Oregonian wiii
be Iz&O o'clock Saturday night. Tb -.ftice
will be open unJH 10 o'clock P. M a usual
ll ads received too late for nrowr
rill be gladly
"Why pay big pricea for
glasses? 1 can fit your
eyes witn I irst-quaiity
lenses in a gold-filled
frame, as low as si.uu.
lenses duDlicated at bis
saving, satisfaction guaranteed. C. W. Good
man. optometrist. 20U Morrison. Main 212-4.
PATENTS that protect and pay; advice and
books freer hiehest reference: best re
- suits; promptness assured; send sketch or
inoaei lor search. Watson E. Coleman,
patent lawyer. 024 F St.. Washington. U. C
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice U.
foreign patents. 601 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
onice near 24th and York sts. Main 31SU.
KEYSTONE PRESS, J. E. Gantenbein. Mgr..
Printing and linotyping. 100 Vi Front St..
cor. Stark. Main or A 1418.
RAGRl-GS AND FLUFF RCGS.
New rugs from old Ingrain. Brussels
Smyrna, Axminster carpets; carpet clean
ing, refitting, resizing, country orders
prompt attention. Send for booklet.
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO,
54-56 Union ave. N. Phone E. 6516. B 1475.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
H. P.. 404-405-408
ASSOCIATED INVEST. CO., 621 YEON.
BENEDICT' BROS.. !30 Hawthorne ave.
DR. BLUMEXBERG'S SANATORIUM, balmy
mid-Contra Costa. Tuberculosis, fits, pa
raiysis, all obstinate chronics. Inquire 1&!5
Sutter, S. F Cal., 3 to 7 wk. days.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST. Household
Goods Specialists. Storage. Packing, ship
ping and Moving., Horse . or Auto Vans.
special ireignt rates to an points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
2d and Pine sts. Broadway oy6, A 1996.
ORCGOX TRANSFER CO., 474 Glisan St.,
corner latn. Telephone Main S or A 1169,
"We own and operate two laree class "A"
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MANNING WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER
-U. Reduced freight rates to all points.
Moving, packing, shipping;, storage.
Broadway 7U3. 9th and Hoyst sts.
MADISOX-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
u trice 83 Madison. General Merchandise
and rorwarding agents. Phone Main 7691.
Prepared for hats. 605 Swetland bldg.
FINE MOUNTS. F. J. Brezee, only one in
F1RST-CL-ASS seasoned fir, $4.oO: distant
ueuvery,. i it. isationai fuel co., ;. ad
ana Oregon. East 2041.
GREEN and dry slabwood, hlockwood. Pan-
ama ruei jo. Jiain o 1 2U, A 3SU9.
DRY blockwood, dry slabwood, bark.
noma n r uei io. ai. o;W, A 2116.
FOR DRV BOXWOOD PHONE OREGON
UO-V Jdf u. CO., MAIN ti63, A 0596.
BRADSHAW bf.US., Morrison and 7th St.
PA1'TS AND "LrBMCAT tNO OILS.-
w. P. FULLER CO., lath and Davis.
PAINTS. Oil. AND :i AW
HASMUSaEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor streets.
PIPE. PIj'E FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KXI.NE. S-i-SB Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES
L. KLINE. S4-! Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
TV. BALTEri i CO.. 1st and Oak sts.
& FA Ft R ELL.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrun.
SAFETY RAZOR. Ilnviw
AUTOMATIC KEEN EDGE CO.." lSOW 4th
SASH iinnuu -. . . c
W. p. FULLER & CO.. ll'th and Davis.
SCRAP RUBBER AND METALS
J. T.EVE. ISO Columbia St. Mam 510
WA I.f. I" IK. r
MORGAN- -U-ALL PAPER CO.. f.O 2d
EUREKA COUNCIL, NO.
204. K. AND L. OF S- At
home meeting Monday even
ing. Nov. 1. Address by
Postmaster F. S. Myers, and
Captain J. Francis Drake
win present his prize-winning
degree team or Port
land T.ndea " xxr -
fancy drill. Refreshments and dancing Mem
bers requested to be present. Visiting mem
ALB IN A LODGE NO. 470, OF T A U
will give a Halloween domino dance Wed
nesday evening in Kill's Hall, Russell and
Vtitliams avenue. Good music; prizes
OMEGA REEEKAH LODGE will give a
next Tuesday evening. Nov. 2. Everybody is
invited. Good prizes' will be awarded Ad
mission, including refreshments, 10c "
PORTLAND STAR HOMESTEAD NO. 42
riv wlux?iv 00" and dance Thurs
day evening, Nov. 2. 1915, in Moose Hall.
Good prizes; good music Admission, ifc?
THE SONS An nAi-fiuTnr. .
lie. !'; 4ih , ,t " iiiiiius. Admission
."(00 at R-tA T
wa.hi nm5" ov- auspices of Ceome
W ashlneton camn w - - n-L rf if
11th st. Admission 35c.
JO2?-Z at St. Vincent-. n'
aged a7 years. noL'o V ; ' Jones.
i"'i'. wLooer luir r-n .
H waSr-member of
, i.rna tL.. j one,
oaiiin in this citv. nti,. .
" ,,iit isi;u
Smith, of MS k ri...; OT. Robert
it the residence ?2!?fiL
Iish.-nent of J. p vVi a.'V'"IV;e eab-
ery at Fifth street J?V?
or j . f. Kin ov a- fc?.. 7
Fifth atreeLNStice - of ?,i527
Lrlors. Announcement of funeral
RATCHFORD October 30th. at th.
of D-trS-t 0M?Ahan,i- LaUreD Ce ShtoA
or uetroit. Mich. Funera ei-ices will
. , cat i V. m H lTlni
a.?ea i'o years.
beloved wife of Rudolph
1 1. uronieewe.
funeral ervin whuw " , i?Uu. . attena
" " .... win u n n at tha
v...a.t. iciuaiunum at 3 n m
row Monday. November 1. Take Sen
wood car for crematorium. Remafna are
at Holman's funeral parlors.
SCOFlEI-r In this city. October "1 A
"e Id aged 66 yea-s. late of
will be held Monday. November 1 at ?so
pclock P M., at the residence estab
lishment of J. P. Finley Son. MontSom-S7me1eryf"th-
1t " Riverliew
FISHER Services over the remains of
Joseph Fisher will be held In Mt Scott
Park Cemeterv Crematorium chapel on
Monday. November 1. at 11 A. M Private
nnot be found b
6095. Rouse 40
EXDICOTT Lewis L. Endicott. October IS
age 44 years, father of Polly and Clinton
Endicott and son of Mrs. L. A. Metcalf.
brother of S. F. and D. Endicott, Mia
- w'"ace Jhnson. of Long Beach, Wash ;
Ar8- Alice Johnston and Mary Bayrock.
of Portland. Funeral win take place
from Dunning & McEntee's funeral par
lors Mondav. NovfmKi -I . ii-i.t -
thence to Union cemetery, in Washington
county, where services will be held at
1:30 p. m. Friends Invited. Interment
LENOIR At th residence. 364 14th street.
A- Lenoir, aged 73 years, beloved husband
of Louise Lenoir. Friends Invited to at
tend funeral services which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors at 2 p m
Tuesday. November 2. Interment River
GARRISON In this city. October 27. Lewis
unriiBim, agea 40 years, private funeral
services will be held in Mt. Scott Park
Cemetery Crematorium chapel on Mon
day. November 1, at 9:30 A. M.
Tha onl residence undert&nung estmbUsa
Alain tt. A
J.' P. FLNUSr 'JON.
Montgomery t FlUn.
MR. EDWARD HOLM ATM th irlin
funeral director. 22i Third atrcet, corner
bittmoti, iAdy vulimau a. ifiii. Mala ov..
F. S. DUNNLNQ. INC
East Sid Funeral JJirectora. 414 Eaat Al
der street. Kat 02. JB 2520.
A. R. ZiSi-LOKK CO., 5U. W1LLUM3 AVJfi.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE. funeral director.
oruaaMay ana riuu. rauua uaia Ua A Am.
MILLKR & TRACEI. indenendAnt fnnar.1
uireciori, r uawaii as IOW a fU, o0.
P. Ll. lercH. Eaat 11th and Claw MLrLM.
BKEWE3 UNCEKXAK1NG COMPANY. Ko
m-i'y uittj. iMia.nA tiu, a sso.x. iay atleaaani.
R. T. Byrnes. Williams sva and w n-,
n.. J.J.J.O.- j jn. Aaay attendant.
BREEZE & SNOOK. Sunnvalri. p.n..
auto heame. 1028 Belmont. Tab. 1258. it iao
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. -florists. 347 Wash
ington. Main A Flowera for all
occasions arngricauy arraaged.
CLAKKE BKOS.. florlsLs. 1!H7 Mnrr!.nn
Main or A 1805. Fine flowera and flora.
uesigna. iso Drancn atores.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215. A 3121.
building. 6th and Alder iu.
IONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washington
i-. Wl. .in ana Ota. Alain blU2. A 11U.
PORTLAND Marble Works. 2 GO 4th St.. dp-
afil osii. uuijuciv or memorials.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
S74 BEUIONT ST.
i'honra East 1423. B 2513. Open Day
ReDort &11 cases of cmltv 1m thl. r -
foce. Lethal chamber for small animals.
xiordb ambulance for ninlr r. r Hia.hl.
u.uiiiia.10 Hid moments notice. Anyone de
eirins a pet may communicate with us.
THREE-STORY BRICK BIIILDINR.
NORTHEAST CORNER THIRD AND
WAKEFIELD, FRIES S CO.
85 FOURTH ST.
Beautiful adult plusa
jr broadcloth casket,
embalming, rough box.
hearse, two limousines
aud service, for. .......
More reaconabl funerals If desired for
$20, $40, 960.
Higher-priced funerals In proportion.
We make our own rackets.
Lady assistant Private funeral chapeL
Independent Funeral Directors
Washington and Ella Sts.
Main 2691, A 7885.
on Improved city and farm nrniurK .
current rates. Attractive repayment
privilege, Loans Quickly closed. Call
d oL LARGE LOAN'S OH- CZ.CL.
"7 BUSINESS PROPERTIES " 7
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-21U Northwestern Bank Bnlldlnc
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
AT REASONABLE RATES.
GEO. KNIGHT CLARK
Marshall B36S. 20 Lewis Bids
Large amount of enf on Improved in
""y loan at w iu siae p r o p e rty
Residence loans 6 and 7 per cent, ac-
Bonds and Mortsragres for Sale.
ROERTSON & EWING,
207-8 Northwestern Bank Bnlldlnsr.
5, 6, 7
OREGON INVESTMENT & MORTGAGE CO.
Stock Exchange Building. Third and
BUILD AND FINANCE
Flats and Apart
ments In any part of
the city costing from
$2000 to S20.000:
TT?t Payments like rent.
P. K. BOWMAN A CO-
1. Commercial Crab Balldlng.
PLENTY OF MONET FOR CITY
J5000 FOR FARM LOAN.
GEO. H. THOMAS,
267 Oak St.. Room 2 Ainsworth Bids.
come to HEADQUARTERS
your MORTGAGE LOANS
rPniU A TVT SPALDING BLDG.
wlVUINAJN PORTLAND, ORE
On Cttr and Farm Properties tn
Abt Amount at Coxreot Untff
HAiTliAH-THOtFCH; BaakMV 4
Conwy Jt Quttto 9ui 6uck fitiostii
l-8 FIRST ST, SE.UI MORRISON.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
EACH DAY AT 10 A. M.
cor?JVAV'S SA-B Parlor furniture.
?KrLt mab.oeany cabinet, good rockers,
library and stand hl nar.r l
fon-e fa 1 ".tension table, eight feet
crofk;; i Buoa .oox-seai chairs.
wHz y glassware, pictures, lace
curtains, enameled beds, complete -with
springs and mattresses, pillows, bed-i-IH'kI88"
of a" descriptions, fold
beds, wardrobes, steel range, gas
ranges, heating stoves, etc.
.""'d','-dy and F-rlday will find us
w',l.a trood assortment of medium
krndsf second-hand furnishings of all
PRIVATE SALE DEPARTMENT
GOODS SOLD AT ALL TIMES.
LARGEST STOCK OK
HIGH - GRADE SECftVIl - 111 x-t Dr-n
JMTl RE. ROOM-SIZE RUOS.
CARPETS, STEEL, RANGES.
GAS RANGES. HEATING
STOVES, ETC.. ETC
IN THE CITY.
Buyers Are Guaranteed Satisfaction by
Dealing With a House of Twenty
dears' Reputable Standing.
WILSON'S BANKRUPT-STOCK STORE
ITS SECOND ST..NEAR YAMHILL. i
(Main 2032.) I
MERCHANDISE AT WHOLESALE I
, Wo Are Constantly Adding to Our
GRC.ERIES' "GARS AND TOBACCOS.
CUTLERY, HARDWARE, PAINTS.
WALLPAPER, ETC.. ALSO
OF" ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Come in and Look Through Our Stock.
W e Know We Can Save you Money.
J. T. WILSON. AUCTIONEER.
We Are Instructed by the
Adjustment Rnreaa of the Portland
Association of Credit Men
To Sell the Entire Contents and Equip-
264 MORRISON STREET
(Near Third Street)
On WEDNESDAY Next
November 3d at 2 P. M.
ComnrlHlnsr TWO son a rnrrvpiivB
complete, with 40-ft. marble VounsV-ri
-T ,V ; .' " P TABLES. CHAIRS, 25
'"'' T,RSOLS- COEKEE
... . . .'. K TWO-WELL MILK CON
TAINER. SIX l I V I V r- it t . .
HAM-SLICING MACHINE, ONE MEAT
GRINDER. ONE SILVER CHOCOLATE
I OT. TWO STEAM T1UI l' i n .
R E F R I GERATOR, ONE MTRAV RE
KRIGERATOR, FOI R ELECTRIC MIX-
F.rns. ruin ICE CREAM MOULDS,
TW O LARGE GAS STOVES. ONE G S
PLATE. TWO GAS STOVES. ONK!
"RUUD" GAS W A T M R. l I'. A 'I1 i." r.
'i 1 1 1 . i. i . . . . . . . . . .'
EXHAUST FAX, FIVE BREAD BONES.
ONE R O L L - T O f DESK nri
effects. Complete equipment for lunch
room and up-to-date fountain.
Soda Fountain Equipment
Cost $2500.00; Lunch Room
Equipment Cost $12,500.00;
J. T. WILSON, AUCTIONEER.
TO BE SOLD
November 4th at 1 OA. M.
AT 1213 EAST FLANDERS STREET.
This Is one of the prettiest homes In
Laurelhurst. situated Ihr.. hnnL-c r-
the Scenic Park and clubhouse, making
It a very desirable home for a family.
House contains eie-ht w,ii.fiui...j
rooms, has. all the very latest built-in
conveniences, including brick fireplace,
hardwood floors, leaded-grlass bookcase
and buffet, Dutch kitchen, tile bath
room, full cement basement, laundry
tubs, grood furnace, -Ruud" instantane
ous water heater. In fact everything
pertaining; to a strictly up-to-date
home.. Lot 50x100.
Liberal terms. Stated at time of sale.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SALE
OF THE IIOIIC
The Elegant Furnishings of
Entire House Will Be Sold
COMPRISED AS FOLLOWS:
r.ri,l.nt "Pe,M" Piano, with electric
attachment, in mahogany case, brilliant
tone and in fine condition; Victor Vlc
trola, with cabinet nnd vaaH ..iu,i
of records massive library table lady's
desk, lentner davenport, with rockers
. ...... n . miifni costiv draperies
and lace curtains. French plate mirrors
puiu-ieai irames, cnoice pictures
beautifnl waxed oak dinlne table, latest
design; set of Colonial dining chairs
with leather seats; hand-painted and
other china, glassware, etc. English
breakfast table, eight good saddle-seat
chairs; four complete bedroom outfits
all fitted up with up-to-date brass beds'
best springs, felt and silk floss mat
tresses, goose-feather pillows bed
linen, wool blankets, dow-naline com
forters, Marseilles spreads, arenuine ma
hogany dressers, colonial design; birds
ere maple princess dressers, with very
large plate mirror; up - to - date oak
dressers, best Axminster carpets, genu
ine Wilton and Axminster rugs, latest
designs and colorings: hall and stair
carpets, gas range, with glass doors
refrigerator, cooking utensils, garden
tools and other numerous lots
This sale is worthy the attention of
buyers looking for the best. Every
thing is strictly up to date and equal to
Don't forget the day, Thursday next
at lO A. M.
T. WILSON, AUCTIONEER. ,
RaTeff at rpi!tH,nf.a - j i . .
. - - - . ' " . - w- i n i iv. tasn i
paid for furniture, stocks of merchan- I
ause, etc wua loZti.
SPF PI A I
WE HAVE RECEIVED THE FURNI
TURE. ETC. K II (I 1! PRIVATE
RESIDENCE ON HOYT STREET.
AND WILL SELL THE SAME
AT Ol RSALESRO OMS,
18S-16S PARK. STREET.
ON TUESDAY NEXT
AT 10 A.M.
Comprising several pieces of up
holstered parlor furniture in mahogany
and oak frames, parlor and library
tables, portieres, couches and rockers,
drophead sewing machine, mirrors. Ax
minster and Brussels rugs, body Brus-
, : . i w i otair uarpei, quartered OAK
dining-room suite, viz.. pedestal table,
sideboard and set of chairs; oak hall
tree, leather chairs and rockers, walnut
bedroom set, iron beds, springs and
mattresses, hirdiipva m n r 1 j. u 1.
dressers, gas range, lawn mower, etc.
jviso irom another house we shall sell
massive steel beds in Circassian walnut
finish and white enamel, three-quarter
brass bed, best steel springs and mat
tresses, bedding, Circassian dresser,
quartered oak dresser and chiffonier,
bedroom chairs. Dink bodv Rrimls
rugs, eight-foot dining table, chairs and
uuuei. small gas stove, wwlpr h h r -
etC. AlSO I Jl r t' t nil nnfntincr rt ,
Knot. I i ' . . i I : ...
- ... luin w i l n ijewision. mano, 11
uacKgrouna. Dy cooper Wood.
NOTICE YOr AltF. IvviTrn fn. iv
""KIT THE ABOVE GOODS TOMOR-
A'l- l-ls PARIv STREET. WE
ALWAYS DISPLAY OUR GOODS DAY
PREVIOUS TO AUCTION. HALF. -V
l 1 J. I 1U O'CLOCK.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
we shall sell various consignments of
household furnishings. Parties having
furniture or rugs to sell must have
mum at our salesrooms by Wednesday
morning. SALE ON THURSDAY AT
WE PAY CASH FOR HOUSE FUR
NISHINGS (no junk, please), or will
sell your goods for you on commission.
We have the proper system for conducting-
sales at private residence. If
you contemplate selling out call on us
for particulars. PHONES MAIN U332
AND A 2567.
W. C. BAKER & W. H. DEAN,
Furniture Dealer and Auctioneers.
' lse-ies Park Street.
FORD AUCTION CO.
211 First St
MONDAY 2 P.M.
We have received some verv fine fur.
niture for this sale, including such
......o a laijso oa. extension taoie with
nand-carved legs, four leather - seated
chairs, very fine buffet, very nice bed-
suhc in quartered golden oak con
sisting of bed, spring and Dixie mat
tress, princess dresser, chiffonier.
v' ' " . uu rociver; also a tnree
piece mahogany frame parlor set. Uni
roid aavenport in imitation leather,
good oak rockers, small library table
center stands, metal beds and bedding
about 50 yards body Brussels carpet)
..iiuiuaLci i ugs, iieaLers. ranges, etc
E. G. FORD, AUCTIONEER.
Auction Sales Every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday
at 2 P. M. Each Day at
211 First Street
for you at Multnomah, on the Oregon
Electric Railway, only twenty minutes
from the heart of Portland, by either
rail or hardsurfaced boulevard. This is
a natural center, and, although a mile
from the city limits at present, it is
supplied with Bull Run water, tele
phones, electric lights, city schools. 5c
car fare, and most of the other advan
tages enjoyed by the most populous
parts of the city. Still, property can
here be purchased on a hard-surfaced
boulevard as low as $575 for a quarter
acre, with all the utilities in and paid
for. Modern houses can be rented as
low as S6. There is also on .v.n.n.
opening for several lines of business
including a restaurant, shoe store, mil
linery, drugstore and moving-picture
theater. Take a look at this driving
suburb! Don't let the opportunity slip
by! See Ned Burke, the local agent at
Multnomah Station. He will show you
around and. if you desire further par
ticulars call at
813 PLATT BUILDING.
One block to car. one block to park en
trance; fine view of city and mountains:
oak floors and papered walls In living, din
ng and coatrooms; dainty breakfast-ronm
in blue; 3 large bedrooms and extra laru-e
sleeping balcony; hall on second floor can
be used for sewing, lounging or child's bed
room ; full cement basement, with plenty
largo windows, fireplace in living-room
plate-glass windows: lawn seeded: paved
streets: house just finished; has not been
occupied, but is completely finished; runra
on all floors, except kitchen and bath have
i.i.u.tzuu. . o grass oeas. coucnes. dlming
'""in hiia uiCKMiloi-ruum ruminirp Pha n
curtains. living-room furniture: in fac
everything needed except tableware; gas
range, heater, dishes, cooking utensile. bed-
unit,, siii mi or nouse ana any part ol
furniture. No. 17,"9 E. Yamhill, near tSth
an. muur inr. rnone laoor 3777 for ap
pointment; can be inspected at nisht; $42Go
cci tiuuf, aiu.
A. WELIi-ESTABLISHKD FIRK IXSTJIl-
IX rOHTLA.MI OR COOU O U ii:ri V
Alt 185. OREGOMAX.'
UNION AVENUE BARGAIN
Two Store With Six-Room Flmt Above
Street imDrovements nntrl rr..
.oouv. auuia lur aoouu. Jiongage $3000,
7 per cent, can remain. Only 2500
2-43 Stark Street.
tiII.T-KIGE SNAPS FOR xi-c-e.rai.i
f 18.000 New brick site building, $io.OOO vaL
, U.UE "'-". nuc, 1UUI10U.
Property worth 30.000; snap
$:t8.000 100x100. 13th at., warehouse track,
Close In. worth sBO.OOO
SB0.0O0 1(0x1 OO. near Library; bis; anan.
st.-s oon loo. ton m ... soap.
CHAS. 'RIXGLER CO..
316 Railway Exchange.
MONEY READY NOW.
SEE M'DOSALD, WITH
J. O. ELROD
S15 CORBETT BIILDIVC.
Western bond &
BONUS. KARM AWn CITT"SliS?a
BO FoMitH Ht- Board of Trade Bldil
Sfc.fi Ociav:u& Xorrio 7keatr. burnt.
BRICK WAREHOUSE O XTERMI NAL
SntkTtnt Corner fifteenth and
.n? ri-OORS A BASEMENT.
jSon,hquare Kreet tor Re"t by.tho
Month, or on Long Term, at Very
WAKEHELD, PRIES A CO..
Income Property Managed
for non-residents, rents collected taxes
COE A. McKENNA & CO.
'7 Oamber mt Comaaerec 11 Id sr.
REAL EST AT K.
For Sale Lota.
fcasc 7-d and tstucada rarllne.
mostly utarta; naif r all at 0W pf
6 acres at Cedar HIII. J1I00.
54 acres, well Improved, hank of VTI1-r".tte,RiVer-,
ptrl'-v bottom land. L
termV ''"': Pr acre; ooa
COLLMBJA REALTY INVESTMENT CO
Pi, Broad of Trade 1-tldg
FINE QUARTER BLOCK
i?.!!" hea" .f Irvlngton. street Improve
menu pa.d; Stiwo; ideal location for a
line home; unincumbered real estate cor
rectly priced to tuuuo would be considered
as .trsi payment. Give description aud
location o property in reDlv. ilf
One of the finest view lots in 'Laurel
hurst. two blocks from car. contaYninc
fcooo square feet. 12 teet frontage com
majdiiia unobstructed view of city J
block, from Major Albee s home and beau.
' -u.r''hurst Fark; if you have ca.u
and are lookmu for an Ideal home site at
64" rSam 1,1101,0 'or Particular. Tabor
For Bale by owrer. lot 1 in block lot.
Laurelhurst; this is a beautifully located
lot next to corner in fast growing- section
of Laurelhurst: If you are looking- for a
home site or an investment this is your
opportunity; must sell, See owner, room
QJ Uregoulan bldg.
Make ine cash .ffer
50x100. corner Klst and Oregon .
Ouxloo, Westmoreland. I'oth st
50xl0o, corner E. Soth and Harrison
luOxlOO. corner 17th and kidmore.'
V 11H. Oregonian.
Blti SACRIFICE. LAUD ADDITION LOT.
One of the very best lots In Ladd Addl-i..".-.
ow block from Hawthorne ave;
f-10,'0.:o !,ai? - for It. H, (J. smith i
to., -13- Cham, of Ccm.
LARGB- beautiful view homesite. West
- 1 win la minutes r de. a-t-ent ru
-vame in Portland for 3i0 $ll
down, to a month. M. E. Lee. 50i Corbett
FINE Laurelhurst lot. free and clear, best
Part of tract; sacriltce. Slr.00
AI.ONK O HUTCH INS' CO..
Main ..".;. 306 Soaldina Rid ir.
FIRLAND Beautiful Firland. choicest lot
on il'nd St., 50x100: fine surrounding;
parked street; cash or terms. See Owner
4700 72nd st. S. E.
HALF-ACRC. SoOO Lfnu. west half lot U.
block 3. Caiv-.cii's addition; want loan:
submit. Owner. -27 Story bldg.. Los n
geles.Cai; FOR SALE Big sacrifice, good bargain, will
take 1000 cash for s lots In Lniverslty
Park Addition; worth 2400; must have
money at ence. phone Main 291ii. A 4..ol
view lot, fine trees; win ' uild to suit on
easy payments. Marshall 4h27. BROOKE
S4.o. Sacrifice. Sou .h-easterly corner
anil Inside sis, and rfandy Boulevard.
Unincumbered, beautifully located. Owner.
0S Commercial block.
COItNER lot. Irvington park. 50x100. oa
carline; Lard-surface street. AM 1&7, Ore
gonian. VANCOUVER bargain. 2 lots, close in; must
be sold. C. C. Gridlev, executor, 300 W.
1 1th St., Vancouver. Wash.
6 ACRES near Portland Heights, city view,
on good road: SOIKIU. good terms. G 187.
UPPER Portland Heights lot. 50x110. for
only J4S.1. tlOO cash will handle. No
assessments against it. E 65. Oregonian.
45x120 OX carline. Portland HeighTs tlood
view, no retaining walls necessary. Wiil
sell quick for S1200. K 63. Oregonian.
CORNER E. 7TH AND GRANT.
lOOxJOO. price S5000.
GODPARD & W1EDR1CK, 243 Stark St.
1RVIXGTOX. GREAT SALE LOTS Half
price, short time, act quickly. Neuhauser
A Co.. exclusive agents. 703 Lewis bldg.
"OR sale cheap by owner. 100xl67-foot cor
ner, in Rossmere: will sell all or part
Phone Tabor 5702.
FOR SALE Lot in Rose City Park. 75 feet
from Sandy carline. on eoth st. ; price 00;
$200 cash, rest in payments. Tabor 231.
$475 ONE of the best lots in Hose City
park. A. P. Johnson. 1100 N. W. Bank
bids. Main 937.
ROSE CITY PARK ONE BLOCK TO CAR.
Come and see it this afternoon. 49ti h.
5 1st st. Built like you would build
your own home. Entrance hall with
clothes closet. Clothes chute. All floors
finished. Plenty wall space for the bed,
and big plate glass windows. Many buili-
in effects. Price if you cannot
"come this afternoon, 'phone week days
IF you are looking for a bargain in a mod
ern home, with fine fireplace, alt conve
niences, owner will sacrifice 6 -room mod
ern houae in Westmoreland. Make an
offer. For. particulars see M. E. Ue. u5
Corbett bldg. .
and very small monthly payments will
buy a neat little bungalow in Lents on
full lot. good garden and fruit. Price
$S0O. Owner 207 Panama bldg. Main
$3W0, COR. E. L'Stliand MaaonT Alameda
Park, with all streets paid, one block to
car ; new. modern. 7 -room home, with all
built-in conveniences. Terms. Tabor l'6ol.
STRICTLY modern 6-room house, fine dis
trict, all conveniences, about J J2ut in
debtedness, payable J-5 a month, includ
ing interest. Would tak a lot for equity.
J. L. Robinson, 5u5 Corbett bids.
$10 per month.
Price $750: small house. 50x100 ft. lot.
See Austin, 72nd & Sandy Blvd.
Gresory Investment Company.
$5im CASH will buy a beautiful modern 6
room bungalow, fine location, lawn, ropes,
paved streets and walks, nice home dis
trict; terms on $JOOo. Main oG72. K.
McFarland. 301 Yeon bids.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS BUNGALOW
Modern, beautiful view, street improve-
ments in and paid ; ;isoo for short time.
Marshall 4f?7. BROOK E, A HbV.K
IKV1NGTON home. S rooms. 4 bedrooms and
sleeping porch; all hardwood floors on first
f ioor ; full basement ; attic, garage; terms.
Address box 303. city.
ONE of the finest bungalows In Rose City
Park, tll modern conveniences, including
good garage; this is a bargain for some
one looking for a home. Phone Tabor 4218.
$2375. EASY terms. 5 -room bungalow just
completed; absolutely modern every par-
ticular. See owner at property. 4Sth and
$350 $50 DOWN, $10 a month, buys a
three-room cottage on the West Side, 15
minutes' car ride, 5 cent fare. M. E.
Lee. 505 Corbett bldg.
$2200 SUNN YSIDE. Terms. 6-room mod
ern home, iTith and E. Alder, near Laurel
hurst park. Cash $3500. Mr. Clarke. 51
MUST sacrifice nice . bungalow, up-to-da;u
in every way; bargain lor some casii ana
terms on balance. Owner, Tabor Jtftil.
ROSE CITY PARK If you are looking for
the best buy in Portland in a swell home,
phone Tabor 5483.
IRV INGTON Artistic home, corner, near
Knott, sacrifice $0io0; clear. C IDS, Ore
gonian. DANDY $3500 house in restricted district:
win take acreage up to $.ooo; balance like
rent. K 10, Oregonian.
KOSE CITY Park home, near school, thor
oughly modern, a rooms, $J1W0; terms. G
SUBURBAN HOME, 1 1-3 acres, St. Johns:
good house, barn, rurniture. piano, cosv,
chickens. $4QOQ; terms. G ll2 Oregonian.
ROSE CITY BUNGALOW.
5 rooms, up-to-date, comer lot, nearly
new. See owner. 4'Ja E. 40th st. N.
4-ROOM bunjvalow, plastered. beautiful
view, for only $800. $75 cash. $10 a
month. M. E. Lee, 505 Corbett bldg.
IRVINGTON sacrifice. 7-room modern homo
muse oe soin. .;ee ur. ciarKe. Slo Cor
bett bldg. M. 6173.
MY MODERN. 9-room Irvington home must
ne soia; Dest district; real bargain. AU
IRVINGTON HOMES. ALL PRICES. SEW
NEUHAUSER & CO.. 70:t LEWIS BLDG.
house. 12 pr cent on purchavo
nnmmell & Rumnn-Tl. 274 Sta: .
FINE U-io-.m iMina'ov.', modern. (mia-t-$47.30.
l&jd; Haw thorn ft ave. Cail jJouaayl