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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 11, 1917.
k TROOP ADVICES AWAITED
11. AN S FOR RECEPTION DEPEND OX
DATE OF ARRIVAL HERE.
Big Military Parade, Banquet and
Dance Scheduled Immediate
i Muster Out Indicated.
Until Acting- Adjutant-General Wil
ron. of the Oregon National Guard, is
advised definitely when the Guardsmen
at the border start for home, comnle
tion of plans for their reception will
not be possible. If they do not arrive
until Tuesday, it is not likely that
they will be asked to participate In
the ceremonies of the opening of the
Tentative plans for their recentlon
Include a big- military parade, banquet
and dancing party.
That the troops will be mustered out
immediately upon their arrival was
signified yesterday upon the arrival of
Captain Coburn, inspector-instruclor of
The Washington National Guard. He
has been designated to muster out the
Oregon troops. Major Milson is anx
ious to obtain employment for 49 men,
. who have advised his office that they
have no jobs in sight. A canvass is
being made among business bouses,
but so far few positions have been
found open to the young men.
Wlnlock Defeats Centralia.
CENTRALIA, Wash., Feb. 10. (Spe
cial.) The Centralia . Business Men's
Athletic Club basketball tea mwas de
feated last night by the Winlock Ath
letic Club, 74 to 19. Tono and "Win
Jock will play for the chamiponship of
Southwest Washington February 24.
TOO I.ATE TO CLASSIFY.
THE SCARLET LETTER
WASH. AT PARK. MAT. 10c; EVE. 15c.
YOUNG Alamont driving mare, new buggy
and harness, to trade for Rood cows or
Rood 5-pass. auto; pay the difference.
Walter Thebo, Boring. Or. R. 3, Box Oil.
EIGHT HUNDRED equity in one house, 4
rooms and bath, for sale or exchange for
anything of value; selling on account of
health. Sellwood 3178.
WANTED An auto mechanic; must be fa
miliar with magnetos, starters and gen
erators: if not first-class do not apply. T
"WANTED Young man wishing to learn the
garage business, capable of keeping ac
counts, small salary. East 1300. 717 Haw
FOR RENT 5 acres with a 5-room bunga
low, 1 mile east of Lents Junction; cheap.
Inquire 41)4 Market st- Apt. 3.
RELIABLE firm has a good-paying manu
facturing business in suburban town; eluall
capital required. A 92, Oregonian.
FINK arrangement (attorney pref.), includ
ing law books, furniture, phone and girl to
nngwer calls. 2Q9 Stock Exch. Main 3Q55.
FOR SALE or trade. 6 a., 12 mi. from
Portland, 6-room house, orchard and ber
ries. Owner, 384 Ivon St., city.
FOR SALE cheap, a high-oven Vulcan gas
range; a snap. Call at 1005 E. Broadway.
Phone C 200.
LOST Lady's pooketbook on Richmond car
containing money, keys and book of car
tickets. Reward. Sellwood 1309.
TOUR diamonds sold on commission. Beld
Ing, the .leweler, 245& Alder at. Phone
Main 161)2. m
WANTED IS Backs potatoes. Answer. Give
phone number and address. C 11, Ore
gonlan. 6-ROOM house with fireplace, near Williams
HV-e. and Broadway bridge. East 3021.
Price $30. $13 cash, bal. payments.
iiS nls. directory Is for the information of the public, to give as far as pos
sible the different lines of business which the average person may find occa
sion to use. Any Information which cannot be found here will be gladly fur
nished by phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
EXTRAORDINARY opening for physician
in Portland. See Edward Klent, 105 North
CN i'UHNISHED 5-room modern flat. 353
'ith Bt. Phone Main 7040.
AUTOMOBILES painted. Portland Painting
A Auto Painting Co.. 22d and Thurman.
FOR RENT Two large, light lofts for man
ufacturing purposes. 22d and Thurman.
JOO LAYING hens for sale.
FORDS painted, $12; other cars $14 and up.
Phone E. 5965. All work guaranteed.
LOST Nickeled part-of headlight to hold
glass. Call Sell. 2781. Re ward.
GRADUATE nurse wants work: any rea
sonable offer considered. Woodlawn 4706.
WANTED a" good electric fan, cheap. Main
WANTED Young girl or Bchool girl to as
sist with housework. East 6033.
WANTED -First-class photographer; fur
ther particulars, AR DO, Oregonlan.
MUST SELL two finest singing canaries.
WANTED Female English bulldog for
breeding. Address 33 N. 4th St.. city.
NEW, modern, sunny 4-rooro. flat; absolute
ly clean. East 7721.
WANTED Best auto $300 will buy. A 00,
WANT to buy oak double-drawer typewrit
Ing desk. A 91. Oregonlan.
JUILLINERY trimmer wants a position as
trimmer. J 77, Oregonian.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
. Dally and Sunday.
One time .' 1
hanie ad two consecutive time ......... .Z2
t-ame ad three consecutive times SOo
buine ad ix or seven consecutive times 66c
The above ratet apply to advertisements
under 4Jsw Today" and all other claMdflca
lions. e.cept the following::
Situation Wanted Male.
Mutations Wanted Female. ,
For Kent Kornns Private Famllle.
Hoard and Rooms Private Families.
I oum keeping Koonis Private Faiuillea,
Kate on the above classifications is 7 cents
m line fuoh itiHrrttcn.
The Oregonian will accept classified ad
vert isementH over the telephone, provided the
ndvertiher is a subscriber of either phone.
No price will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the following day.
W nether ttuhseouent advertisement s will be
accepted over the phone depends npon the
prompt neott of payment of telephone adver
1 iNenients. "Situations W anted" and "Per
.tonal" udvertitement will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders fur one insertion
only will be accepted for "Furniture for
rale. "BustneMn Opportunities." "Kouming
llouses" and "Wanted to Kent.
Serious errors in advertisements will be
rectified by republication without additional
charge, but such republication will not be
made where the error does not materially
afiect the value of the advertisement
Cancellation of orders over the telephone
not recognized unless confirmed the same
day In writing.
"City News In Brief advertisements must
be presented for publication for The Sunday
Oregonlan before ft o'clock Saturday after
noon for other days publication before 9
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office Koom 103 Courthouse, Mix-street
Phone fi-un to 5 Main 87ft. Home phone A
C525. Niglit call after office hours. Main S7M)
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for small
aniinala. Horse ambulance for sick and
disabled animals at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pets communi
cate with us. Call for all lost or strayed
stock, aa we look after all Impounding.
There la no more city pound. Just Oregon
HICKOK At the family residence. 493 Jar
rett street. Arlie Hlekok, age 15 years,
beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hlckok. Remains are at the parlors of
the Piedmont Undertaking Company.
Killingsworth avenue and Kerby street.
Funeral notice later.
EVANS In this city. February 9. Christo
pher Evans, age 70. years. He Is sur
vived by a wife and four children Joseph.
John, Carl and L. Kvans. Notice of fu
neral later. Remains are at Lhe residental
parlors of Miller A Tracey, Washington
at Ella street.
KREUDER At Concord Station, February
10, Feter Kreuder, aged 76 years 11
months 18 days. Remains are at the resi
dence funeral parlors of Walter C. Ken
worthy. 1532-1534 East Thirteenth street,
Sellwood. Funeral notice later.
GREEN In this city, February 10, W. H.
Oreen. Notice of funeral later. Remains
are at the residental parlors of Miller &
Tracey, Washington at Ella street.
utETiyo noticm, .
Come to the Portland Art Club's special
"500" party Saturday night. Platter, first.
3 0 hand-painted rhlna prizes. Every Tues
iay afternoon. 129 4th st- Everybody wel
come. Admission 25c.
The Modern Forester Girls Invite yoo to
attend their masquerade dance, Friday, Feb.
1. Manchester Hall. 514 5th st. Good
music. Dancing It P. M.. Admission 25c.
K. 8TEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cord., side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders. 228 Plttock block. Broadway lOtfU.
- AGATE ttlTKKS.
M. 1874. Mfg. Jewelers, expert watchmakers.
Millers. 48 V Wash., bet. Bdwy. and Park.
ASSAVEBS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 12 2d Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
W. J. Makellm Probate, real estate, mining
and corporation law; abstracts and titles
examined; written opinions furnished. 1434
Northwestern Bank bldg. Main 0748.
LAWYER, 618 Plttock block. No charge for
I- D. MAHONE. lawyer. 402 Panama bide
L. M. JONES, M. D. CANCER TREATED.
Brewer bldg.. lath and Alberta. Wdln. alua
CARPET WEAVERS. '
FLUFF RCUS FROM OLD CARPETS.
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc North
west Rug Co., 188 E. 8th it Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
THE 1RWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
-887 Washington su Main 812 and A 1204.
William. Estelle and William. Jr., Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists in the city.
Parlors 802 Gerlinger bldg., southwest cor
Per 2d and Aider. Phone Main 1301.
ELIMINATING medicines and operations.
Permanently restoring health without
drugs or scars. Dr. McMahon making
?- 1 adjustments $15. Macleay bldg.
and Sanitarium. Patients satisfied.
Knockers boost. Case questions free.
DR DAN FORD, chiropractor and electro
. therapist. Specialist in nervous disorders.
Room U2 Swetland bldg. Phone Main 3781.
CRAE LETTER CO., 010 N. W. bldg. Mar.
0822. 100 letters multlgraphed for $L
W W. DAV1E9. collections. Gerlinger bldg.
Main 8529. Bonded; reasonable charges.
NE7H fS CO" Worcester bldg. Main 179&
no collection, no charge; established loop.
TO NEW STUDENTS I AM WORTH 81.
PRESENT ME AT 34514 WASHINGTON.
OREGON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
EM1L TH1ELHOK.V, Violin Teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 207 Flledner bldg. Marshall 1029.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORE 7
A SAVING O' 25 TO 50
Properly fitted glasses as low
as Sl.oO: 4000 satisfied customers.
satisfaction guaranteed. Chaa. W. Good
man, optometrist. 209 Morrison. Main 2124.
PATENTS that protect and pay; advice and
books free; highest reiereuces. best re
sults, promptness assured; send sketch or
model for search. Watson E. Coleman,
patent lawyer. 624 F St.. Washington. P. C.
R. c. WRIGHT 22 years' experience U. S.
and foreign patents. 601 DeKum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. Aliaky bldg. Get my
new booklet. "Chronic Diseases"; Its free.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 8,
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 Front au.
corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
BAU RUGS AND JTLUFF BUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrain, Brussels, Smyrna. Axminster, rag
rugs, all sizes; mail orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x18 Rugs cleaned
8x10 Rugs cleaned 7
WESTERN FLUFF KIG CO..
54-56 Union Ave. N. East 6516. B 1475.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P.. 404 Wilcox bid.
ROSEXA TAYLOR Masseuse and scalp spe
cialist. 160 Park St. Marshall 336.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. 8514 6th.
et-wbt?rkwa,,d ak: 4 Private lessons. $2.
M- eve; latest dance- guaranteed
class Thurs.. Bat, eve., 7-8:80. Bdwy. 216Q.
DEKUM DANCING SCHOOL Latest dances.
?nass,?QTe.s- anJ Krl- ev Private lessons.
50c. 308 Dekum. Marsh. 1276. Main 7444
tae ,our or more dancing pupils:
high-class work; no school. Mar. 476
EVE, EAR. NOSE. THROAT. I.IJMM
Tr'a'raent by specialist; glasses fitted. Ur
F. F. Casseday. 517 Dekum bid.. 8d A Wn'
FIRE insurance! '
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE! CO.
HhfTYi MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
. . a. imug anna do, A Z1DS.
FREE STORAGE. FREE MOVING.
Telephone tor uur proposition; we cap
save you money; storage, packing, mov
Modern Brick Storage Warehouse.
SECURITY STORAGE dc TRANSFER CO..
Office 105 Park St. Main 0105, A 1051
Warehouse 44-46 E. 6th st. N.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goooa specialists; storage, packing, snip
ping and moving; horse or auto vans;
special lretght rates to all points.
C. O. PICK. TRANSFER dc STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine sts. Broadway 506. A 1906.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St.,
corner 13th Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks; lowest ln
surance ratea In the city.
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE.
Office, 180 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 76WL
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co. Main 5720. A 6809.
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS
PTJBRTTILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 209 gd at.
AUTO SPRING MANUFACTURING.
Mfg. and repair-
SPRING COasP tng; 4000 springs
carried in stock.
15th & Couch sts
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park at Pavta.
DRY GOODS WHOLESALE.
L- Dinkelspiel Co, 2ird?ecornerBo'a'k:
M. H. HOUSER. Board of Trade Building.
WADHAMS ae CO., 67-75 Fourth street.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO.. 58-55 Front St.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front street.
MANUFACTURERS LADIES' NECKWEAR.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG. CO.. 8514 5th St.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER A CO.. 12th and Davis sta
WEINHARD'S GOLDEN AMBEH NECTAR.
Henry Weinhard Plant, lttth and Burnslde
ts. Phone Main 72. A 1172.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN A CO.. 2d and Taylor sta,
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-80 Front St.
ttlMBINO AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. 1 KUNE. 84-86 Front St.
PRIWTIWfJ W. BALTES COMPANY.
IIIIHII11U 1st and Oak sta. Main 105. A 1115
PRODUCE, dried fruit, correspondence so
II .ited. Union Produce Co.. 128 Union ave.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sta
MORGAN WALL HAPKR CO.. 230 2d st.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114,
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication tomorrow (Mon
day) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Masonic Temple, for the pur
poue of conducting the funeral
of our late brother, J. A. Frakes. All
master Masons requested to attend. By
order W. M. FRED L. OLSON. Sec
MACCABEES. N. B.
All members of Portland Tent No. 1 who
wish to go with degree team to Oregon
City tomorrow (Monday) Feb. 12. are re
quested to be at First and Alder streets by
7:15 P. M. Train leaves at 7:30 P. M.
All who can are urged to go.
GEO. S. BAKER. R. 1C
PORTT,AND COUNCIL NO. 2005,
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY,
will give a "500" card party end dance
Thursday evening, Feb. 15. Dancing after 10
o'clock. Admission 15 cents. Knights and
friends Invited. Gevurtz Hall, Front and
GENERAL GERMAN AID SOCIETY
All members of the General German Aid
Society are requested to attend the funeral
services of our late member, B. Adams, at
the chapel of J. P. Flnley A Son. tomorrow
(Monday). February 12, at 1 o'clock P. M.
M. FLE1SCHHAUER. Sec
EQUITY LODGE, NO. 105, F. A. U will
give "500" and dance Tuesday evening, Feb.
13. 1017, Arcanum Hall; 20 hands. First
prize, dressed chickens. Union music. Ad
PORTLAND STAR HOMESTEAD. NO. 42.
B. A. Y.. will give "500" and dance Thurs
day evening, February 15. 11117, Moose Hall.
20 hands, good prizes. Union music. Ad
DANCE riven by the Royal Neighbors
Thursday evening. Feb. 15, at 8:30 o'clock
In M. W. A Hall. 11th and Burnslde sts.
Admission 25c. Everybody welcome.
WEBFOOT CAMP NO. 65. W. O. W.
"500" dance wHll be given Friday. Feb 10 In
W. O. W. Temple. 128 11th. LeVanway's
orchestra. Cards 8:45. Dancing 'at 10 o'clock.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
New designs. Jaeger Bros., 131-3 Sixth, at.
FRIEDLANDER'S, Jewelers, for Emblems.
Class Pins and Presentation Medala Designs
and estimates furnished free. 310 Wash.
PANEK In this city February the Bth. Carl
Charles Panek. aged 41 years 1 month 8
days. The funeral services will be held to
morrow, (Monday) February 12, at 2
o'clock P. M from the residence funeral
parlors of Walter C. Kenworthy, 1532
1534 E. 13th. Sellwood. Frienda Invited.
Interment Milwaukie Cemetery,
BALDWIN At the residence of her parents,
Mr. and Mr W. J. Morton. 1113 Missouri
ave., on Feb. 9, 1917. Mrs. Vivian Baldwin,
aged 24 years; is survived by her husband,
Wr. W. Baldwin, and 2 children, her par
ents. 2 brothers and 2 sinters. Funeral
tomorrow (Monday), 2 P. M.. at Chambers
Company's funeral parlors, cor. Kirby and
Emerson sts., opposite Jefferson High
School. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
ADAM In this city. February 10. at Ills
late residence. 174 North Fifteenth street,
Balthazar Adam, aged 67 years. The fu
neral services will be held tomorrow (Mon
day), February 12, at 1 o'clock P. M., at
the residence establishment of J. P. Finley
& Son. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends in
vited. Services at the grave private.
CRAW At the family residence, 131 East
Thirty-third street. February 10, Arthur
John Craw. Jr aged 22 years 5 months 10
days. . Funeral services will be held to
morrow (Monday), February 12, at the
residence pariprs of Breeze & Snook. 1026
Belmont street, at 2 P. M. Services at the
FARRAR In this city, February 9. at his
late residence, 119 Hazel Fern place. Squire
Farrar, aged 76 years, ex-postmaster, of
Salem, Or. Funeral services at the Un
dertaking Parlors of Clough & Webb In
Salem at 1:30 today (Sunday), February
1L Please omit flowers.
FRAKES The funeral services of the late
Joseph A. Frakes will be held tomorrow
(Monday). February 12. at 2:30 P. M. at
the residence establishment of J. P. Flnley
& Son, Montgomery at Fifth. Friends In
vited. Interment at Rose City Cemetery.
Masonic services at the grave.
BREIDENSTEIN The funeral services of
the late William F. Breldensteln will be
held today (Sunday) at 1:30 o'clock P.
M.' it the residence establishment of J.
P. Flnley & Son. Montgomery at 0th.
Friends Invited. Interment private.
GORDON At Fort Rosecrans, Cal., Febru
ary 3. Edward N. Gordon, aged 38 years.
Remains arrived In Portland in care of
the Holman Undertaking Company and In
terment In Rivervlew Cemetery on Satur
day, February 10.
Edward Holman, Pres.: W. J. Holman. Sec;
J. E. Werleln. Treaa.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.
5 Third and Salmon Streets
Main 607, A 1511.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LESS
" MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash, at Ella lit., Iet. 2oth and 2 1st.
alala X6U1, A .88. West Side.
J. P. FE'LET SON.
Progressive Funeral Directors,
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
DUNNING A M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine street. Phone Broad
way 430. A 4558. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.,
East Side Funeral Directors.
414 East Alder street. East 62, B 2528.
R. KELLER A CO.. 502 WILLIAMS AVE.
East 10SS. C 10SS. Ladv attendant.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE.
BREEZE & SNOOK 1M:tB4,tm.0,lt
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
and Clay. M'n 4152. A 232L Lady attendant.
MR. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service. E. 80th and Gllsan. Tab. 4313.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison sta. Main 6133. A 2285.
P. L. LERCH. East lTth and Clay streeta.
Lady attendant. East 781. B 1888.
"THE BETTER WAY"
Humane, Scientific Security for the Dead,
Sanitary Protection for the Laving.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Terminus Rivervlew Carllne. Taylor's
For Particula r Inquire
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Phone B dwy S5L 636 Plttock Block.
CTJT RATE FLORIST.
Fine cut flowers and plants, funeral and
wedding designs, at half price. 768
Gllsan. Take 23d-treet car. Phone Mar
ehall 4372. or A 1464. Quick delivery.
MARTIN FORBES CO., Florists. 8B4
Washington. Main 269, A 1260. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arra n ged.
CLARKE BROS., Florists, 287 Morrison St.
Main or A 1805. Fine lowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 2121. Sell
ing bldg.. 6th and Alder sta
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 285 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main 6102. A 110L
PRUNING, spraying, tree surgery, grsftageu
xpert gardeners. Nicholas. Mala 7411.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Cemetery and Crematorium
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-266 4th
St., opposite City Hall. Mala 8564. Philip
Nen A ebns for memorials.
cHsBLAEISING. GRANITE! CO. I
U THIRD AT I-I.AJ3ISOINI STREET.
I HAVE 1 ROOMING
HOUSE, 1 APART
40 rooms each, at sur
prisingly low rent.
Proposition to the
J. A. Williams
PAYING SIX PF.R CENT NET ON
Will Take Some Good Property In Ex
change, Some Cash, Balance
ON BEST STREET IN CITY, FAIR,
Want Good, Clear Property and Mort
gage. R. F. BRYAN
BOO CHAMBER. OP COMMERCE.
A REAL HOME I
I Located in Irvington I
on an acre of ground. Tjarpe maple
and fruit trees over 40 years old.
Beautiful house elegantly iliushed
in hard wood, eiht rooms, three
well-appointed baths, servants'
quarters, double garage with room
for saddle horses. For informa-
tion and appointment for inspect-
F. E. Bowman & Co.
213 CHAMIIER OP COMMERCE.
5TH ST. LOT
$9000. TERMS. 30x100, all Improvements
paid, between Morrioon and Jeffron nt.
Income $360 per year.. (Assessed for $990O).
See Frank L. McGuire
FOR WEST SIDE INVESTMENTS,
411-414 Ablnsrton lllclg. Main 1068.
North Fifteenth St.
We Have Client Who Will Build at
N. W. Cor. 15th and Johnson Sta.
lOO x lOO FEET
ONE - STORY BUILDING
Wakefield, Fries & Co.
85 FOIIITH ST.
on Improved city property at 6 and t
per cent. Farm and suburban loans at
current rates. Liberal repayment priv
ileges allowed. No delays.
LAHUU LOANS SPECIAL RATES,
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
-2X9 Northwestern Barak Butldini
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
Loans of $10,000
and up on Im
Property (or for
J. P. Lipscomb, 242 Stark St.
tVK HAVE INSt'Tt ANCK MONET
PRIVATE FUNDS AT 6 AND 7
Robertson & Ewing
SOT-8 Northwestern Bank Bids.
S300. S500. S600
Any Sum From $1000 to $50,000.
Farm Acreage and City Considered.
CEO. II. THOMAS.
No. 267 Oak St., Room Alnaworth Bids;.
WESTERN BOND &
ttmr Own Money at Current Rate,
MIMl ll'AL AND COKl'OHA l IGM
BONDS. FARM AND CITY LOANS.
hO Fssrts a.t Bonrd of Xrnds Bids;.
6 7 LOANS
ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
MOHTHWCSnERN BANK BUILOINg
$300 Upwards at 6-7
Ortcos Investment A MortirasTn Cs.
Of flora SMMi-4. 1TO Third St.
OR MORE 6-T-S
Repayment Privileges. Private Funds.
J. I KAR.VOPP, KT, Bui. Bid.
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
3Q4 WILCOX BLDG. MAIN TOS
DOOLY & CO, Inc.
0nnn 812 Board of Trade Bids.
f II N Unlimited Eastern Funds.
City and Farms. Insurance.
SE2ZS2ZB A 18G1 liouds. Mir. 702
169. 171. 173 SECOND ST.
EACH DAY AT 10 A. 31.
We are constantly rerielvlncr rnnsle-n-
ments of all kinds of used FURNITURE,
CARPETS. nil.S, RANUESBEDDINt;.
DISHES, utensils and other effects, to
oe soia lor what they will bring. Par
ties furnishing: can 'save money by attending-
our auction sales. Yon n r
sure to find something you can UBe, and
jvu m&KQ me price.
WlXIi PROVE OP INTEREST
We cannot begrin to itemize the Im
mense line of goods we have for sale,
but can truthfully say we have some of
the choicest pieces to be found in the
cny, including; SOLID MAIIO.A Y
library tables, ladies' desks, bcokcases.
chairs. rockers, dressers, dressing
tables, etc. We especially call atten
tion to some very fine DIMM; suites
in golden oak. satin walnut and early
English. These goods must be seen to
oe appreciated, for the LIVING
ROOM we have leather-covered daven
port and rockers of vnrinns kIvIam
large tables, reclining chairs with
learner cusnions. all or the very best.
In BEDROOM FURNISHINGS you will
find such items as twin beds of the
latest designs complete with metal
springs and fine felt 'mattresses, equal
to new; also a large assortment of
orass ana enamel beds, dressers and
chiffoniers in almost nnv tvi- Wlimn
body Brussels and Axminster room-size
rugs, carpets ot various sizes. RANGES
We have such makes as th Mallnahle
Monarch, Majestic and others; also a
large line 01 gas ranges.
Roll and flat-top desks, typewriter
stands, card cases, revolving chairs, of
fice tables, fireproof safes, etc., etc.
We deal in bankrupt stocks and can save
you money on anything we have for sale.
We can fit you up with cash registers,
scales, counters, showcasesand other fix
tures pertaining to an up-to-date store.
AT 2 P.M. AT OUR
169-171 SECOND ST.
Including DRY GOODS, MII.I.INERY,
NOTIONS, lilUM'IK WARE. TIN
WARE. HARDWARE, CROCKERY.
LKUlbHlbS AND TOBACCOS.
J. T. WILSON. AUCTIONEER.
Cash Paid tor Kurnlture. Stocks ot Mer
Sales at Residences n Specialty.
Ford Auction Co.
MONDAY, 2 P. M.,
191 SECOND ST.
We have received several consign
ments of medium furniture for this sale.
including almost everything necessary
for modern housekeeping, and you can
not afford to miss this sale if you are
in need, ol xurniture of any kind.
447 MAIN ST. .
TUESDAY 10 A. M.
The owner. Mrs. Frasier. has favored
us with instructions to sell the entire
furnishings of her 12-roomed house at
4 47 Main street, on Tuesday next at
111 A. AL.
Among other useful Items you will
find good Axminster and Brussels rugs,
round dining table, chairs, rockers,
portieres, lace curtains, linoleum,
kitchen cabinets, gas plates and gas
ranges, dishes, utensils, good dressers,
heavy metal beds, comforts, sheets,
blankets, pillows, breakfast tables, pic
tures and everything that goes to fur
nish the home complete.
This is a nice, clean lot of medium
furniture and well worthy of your at
tention if you want bargains in furni
ture. E. G. FORD, AUCTIONEER.
WE SELL AGAIN ON
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
AT 2 P. M. EACH DAY,
And you are sure to find a good assort
ment of medium furniture to chose from.
191 SECOND ST.
ONE-HALF INTEREST FOR SALE TO
AN ACTIVE PARTNER IN A
ORDERS SOLD n TO CAPACITY OK
PLANT TO OCTOBER.
Want Capital to Enlarge. For Interview
Address A 81, Oregonian,
ESTABLISHED ISO 2.
On Tuesday Next
WE SHALL SELL FOR A LADY, WHO
IS LEAVING THE CITY, THE COST
LY FVRNISHINGS AND GENUINE
TURKISH RUGS, ETC. OF HER
THESE GOODS ARE NOW ON
DISPLAY AT THE BAKER
One large Turkish rug, about 9x11. and
two others about 4x6; genuine leather
davenport, quarter-sawed oak library
table, mahogany and oak library rock
ers, several pieces of old copper and
brass, mahogany hall seat and mirror,
Wilton and Axminster rugs in various
sizes, oil paintings, pastels and other
pictures, Alaska curios. Jardinieres and
stands, leather drapes, dictionary and
other books, oak desk table, parlor
desk, beautiful dining suite in Califor
nia fumed oak. viz., pedestal table and
set of colonial chairs with leather
seats, dinner ware, two full-size brass
Deas, two enameled beds, best steel
springs, silk floss and felt mattresses,
pillows, comforts and bed linen, mahog
any dresser, chifforfier and lady's
princess dresser en suite, also lady's
dressing stand with mirror, oak dress
ers, cmrromer and dressing table, cost
ly brass child's crib, silk dranes. u n
holstered sofas and cushions, gas range
and many other costly articles; also
piano piayer ana records.
Intending purchasers will kindly call
tomorrow and inspect this fine lot of
gooas. i ne Turkish rugs are rare and
most of the furniture is practically new
ana wen wormy or your most careiui
attention. AUCTION ON TUESDAY
NEXT AT lO A. M. AT THE BAKER
AUCTION HOUSE, MASONIC TEMPLK
BLDG., YAMHILL & WEST PARK STS
On Wednesday Next
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE, 350 CLAY
SI, NEA.R PA.KK ST.
We have been favored with instructions
from Mrs. V. L. Mitchell to sell the fur
nishings of her residence at above ad
dress, comprising parlor tables, rock
ers, bookshelf, large mirror, Morris
chair, lace curtains, leather drapes, pic
tures, drophead Singer sewing machine,
Brussels and velvet carpets, stair car
pets, heaters, oak folding beds, round
dining table and chairs, china cabinet,
crockery and glassware, iron beds,
springs, mattresses, pillows, lots of
bedding, dressers, commodes, wardrobes,
Axminster hall rug. 3x; small rugs, gas
range, gas plates, nearly new Ruud water
heater, heater with water coil, utensils
and many other useful lots. AUCTION
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT AT 1 A. M.
AT 350 CLAY ST. NEAR PARK ST.
On Thursday Next
WB SHALL HAVE ANOTHER I.OT OF
GOOD KI HMTI HK TO O F V E R
VOl". AlCTION ON" THURS
DAY NEXT AT AO A. 31.
On Monday. Ib. liHh. Next. We Shall
Sell st the ('. M. Olsen Transfer A
Storaire Co. Warehouse on Pine St.
On Wednesday. Prh. SStb. Next, We Sell
Unclaimed Bnggaite, Etc. for the
O.-W. R. V N. Company mt
the Ash - Street Dock.
WE BUY GOOD HOUSEHOLD FURNI
TURE. PHONE US AND WE WILL GLADLY"
CALL AND PAY VOL" CASH.
W. C. BAKER A: W. II. DEAN,
Furniture Dealers and Auctloneera,
Masonic Temple Ilaildlng, Yamhill and
West Parle Streets). Both Pbonea.
$50 LOTS $50
Terms, $5 Down, $2.50 Per Month
Lots at a Small Price
These lots are located within a few
minutes' walk of the business center
of that fast-growing Central Oregon
Bend has doubled its population in
the past few months; is growing
Why not let its growth mean dol
lars to you?
Call or write for particulars.
The Brong Co,
267 Vz Oak Street, Portland, Or,
Eastern life insurance money
can be borrowed of us on first
class farms at 6, without com
mission. Write to us direct and
save money. We refer to any
bank in Portland.
607 Concord Bldg.
Corner Second and Stark Sts.
MONTANA FARMS 7tlTS:isTt.
Lonsr A Co. Are Now Belnsr -Su t,,( I .1
and Sold at Retail 20.000 acres in the
ramoua Judith Basin in tracts of from
SO to 5000 acres. BUY direi'T mmi
THE OWNERS. Save apents' commis
sions. Prices lowest. Terms easiest.
t or full particulars and price lists, write
J. B. LONG Jt- CO,
Bx 143-1. Great Falls, Montana.
80x100 lot on Francis ave.. near East
37th street, and two blocks from
car; cost owner $750 eight months
ago. See IS. M. .Brown.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY,
10- Fourth street.
INTERSTATE BRIDGE open for travel this
week; a fine business corner near ap
proach CHEAP. Your opportunity. "Ixxik
ahead" and take advantage of tills great
SEE MR. JOHNSON.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDER
1330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
$9S5 PIEDMONT LOT 9S5.
Price cut from $1500 to $9!5; all im
provements In and paid; very best part
of Piedmont: $4S5 cash, balance terms.
Are you wide awake? If so get busy.
Chances are you will never buy as cheap
again. Sunday call Woodlawn 2SSS; week
days Main. 1189.
$25 CLEARED, LEVEL LOTS $25.
$1 month, no Interest. Townsite, rich
farming district, best poultry country, cen
ter over $1,000,000 population, network
railroads. Write for particulars now.
D. F. HICKEY. Colman bldg.. Seattle.
S2400 buys 100x100. facing East on E..
21st, between Stanton and Siskiyou: street
improvements paid. M, A. Newell, 20"
Merchants Trust bldg.
. . P't BOxllM). E. 15th st.. facing west.
ISO feet north of Siskiyou; street liens
paid. Price $1100 spot cash.
GODDARD WIEDR1CK. 243 Stark St.
BEAUTIFUL LOT O.N E. 42D ST. N
Surrounded by good homes, on carllne,
and another one block from car; either at
a great sacrifice. Address AO 845. Oregonlan.
ROSE CITY PARK SNAP.
I wia sacrifloe beautiful lot. close to
Jfjj no assessments; worth. !00. Tabor
5TH ST. LOT
350, KASY TERMS.
KOxlOO lot and old bonne; Bt. Impt. all paid.
No. 448 5th, near College mU Ideal apart
ment aite. A wonderful buy.
See Frank L. McGuire
FOR WEST SIDE INVESTMENTS, .
11-414 Abington Bids. Maun 1088.
ROSE CITY LOTS. SNAP.
2 fine lots, one In block 142. one in
block 144. $1000 for the two; half cash.
816 Board of Trade Bldg. Main 7452.
WA.V;;',-"r PARK wants five new homes;
f. ,00 cash will build you a house you de
sire. sr . H- SWART.
Main 7231. 80 4th St.
SPLENDID building lot. In excellent neigh
borhood; owner will sell for $700; S1O0
down, balance $10 per month. 7 per cent:
Just the place for someone wanting to
build a home. H. E. Reeves, 245 Vi 1st st.
ROSE CITY PARK. 50x100.
4.th St.. builder's second mortgage;
terms; price $75o; $100 down. $15 month
Illckman-wtlson. 45th and Sandy. Tabor
6S6a. C 2121.
EIGHT lots In Irvington, Including 2 cor
ners. for $4950. subject only to existing
city liens and taxes; undoubtedly greatest
bargain offered today; splendid proposi
tion for builder. BO 79. Oregonian
30"e OF VALUE.
Lot near Union ave.. Portland bird
Price 4.,0. H. G. Epton. 4o2 Chamber
of Commerce bldff.
At lit:, hlph and sightly, 42d and Powell
Valley; make us an offer. Atkinson A
Nichols. 112 West 6th St.. Vancouver.
TWO LOTS. Irvington district, worth $2500.
Make me cash offer. No acents. No coin
mission. Phone owner Sunday. Tabor 5540:
daily. Main 5649.
TWO lots. 1O0 feet from larguertte ave..
buw. oi nawmorne ave.: sewers In
streets paved, all paid, $S25, cash.
$2,5 5lxH(. WESTMORELAND. ISO feet
south of Tolman ave., facing east, on lth
. Go look. Frank L. McUulre. Main
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Very desirable lot
In first block, easy to build, unobstructed
view, big sacrifice for $180O. A i2. Ore
gonian. UNI VE RSITY PARK Lot. 50x1 OO, corner
Fiska and Oberlin sta, for aula, cheap.
Phone Tabor 61M14.
$275 OoxlOO. N. W. COR. S7th and Burn-
lo tX 10 iown' s Jer month. Main
$135o CASH will buy i large lota, N. .
cor. E. 82d and Alberta sts.
LONG. 121 banks St.. San Francisco.
FOR SALE cheap, southeast corner Sandy
blvd. and 73d st. Aildt. as t". W. Jayne. li.
F. D. No. 1. Corona. California.
$2.i0 60x100. 1'- bl.icks Gllsan St.. on 78th,
sidewalks and sewer In and paid. R. W.
Bell. 2'lft On g.. man bMK.
PENINSULA lot. 1"; koTmI location; no
incumbrance Phone Marshall 1902 evcu-
T H R EE very desirable lots. 2 blocks from
center of Kenton. Inquire owner, J7o2
Brandon St. Woodlawn 4452.
ltl S K CI TY PAKK .!5c cash; no aswsss-
iiieois; once sola lor SilMI; look St this;
Call 71'-. E. KSth St. N.
you can't beat It.
$475 WILL buy $1200 lot, on Irvington car
line; will pay you to see it today. Call
Main 14H4. -
IF TA KEN this week, will sell Irvington
corner. iOOxloo. for $15lo plus city Hens
antl taxes. BO 31. Oregonlan.
$1,.0 U-ACRE, r.c car fare. Bull Run water,
sold last year for $300. Geo. T. Moore Co .
518 Ablngton bldg.
$200 TERRACE PARK. 50x100. cost 7uo.
$700 Laurelhurst 50x100. cost $1400
CHAS. K1NGLKH ii CO.. 22S Henry B'flg
IRVINGTON lot, very choice, east facing.
$1000. clear, terms. O 77, Oregonlan.
BROOKE Dealer In PORTLAND HEIGHTS
EXCLUSIVELY. A few bargains. Mar. 4827.
$li0 EACH for 3 lots on Peninsula ave. Call
at 200 Ky. Ex. bldg.. or call Main KQflS.
GOOD Laurelhurst lot for sale chea p for
cash. John Bain. 507 Spalding bldg.
IRVINGTON lots: somo special bargains.
Neuhnusen & Co., Lewis bldg. M. Kitls.
ALAMEDA PARK, 00xl00. well located cor
ner. East 7855.
LOT on 40 acres for srnril) house, evtn trauc
$l.r.'HI. S 7S. Oifgunlan.
$!Ooo Irvington corner lot. all cash, sub
Ject to street liens. N S. Oregonian.
SACRIFICE Inside lot. E. Morrison, near
F 15. Oregonian.
K. 15th ; $5000. terms.
$1750 FIRLAND Addition. 5-room. modern.
$1750, Woodlawn. 7-room. modern.
$2100, Portsmouth ave., 5-room. modern
CHAS. RINGLER & CO.. 228 Henry Bldg.
MODERN 6-room house, Hawthorne district,
furnace. fireplace, reception hall, pass
pantry; lot 40x100. with fruit trees; 2
carlines. 15 minutes to city; must be sold;
cash, terms or trade. Owner, Tabor 4291.
4-ROOM modern bungalow, nearly new; two
bedrooms. Dutch kitchen, .breakfast-room,
full basement, laundry traj; cost tH5.
Will sell now for $1625. Telephone Broad
$4oo CASH gels new bungalow. East Side,
strictly modern; long terms on balance.
Fine furnishings Main 3072, Main 6411.
F. McFarland. 505 Yeon bldg.. Portland.
WEST SIDE 3 houses, income $30 monthly,
assessed at $5440. Take $4250 for immedi
ate sale. fl25o cash, balance 5To. Rum
mell A RummelL 274 Ktark st.
$3000 EQUITY in a $6500 B-room modern
home, or will trade for 6-room modern
home on or more lots; will assume.
Owner, Tabor 5852.
WE HAVE several big bargains in houses
both on East and West Sides, on verv
easy terms. Fred A. Jacoba Co.. 104 5tii
SACRIFICE 6-room modern bungalow, nearly
new; lurnace. na ru womi iioors. BUnroom.
all built-in conveniences: $1050 equity for
$200. 806 Oak su Phone Broadway 1658.
FINE lo-room heme, splendid location, lot
invxiw, gur&ge, irvingion. .cast I .i. Vs
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, modern house. 9
rooms, quarter diock. line view, half cash
or smaller house. 516 Selling bldg.
$930 equity lor $200; must sell.
YOUR own terms, 5-rm. cottage, full
cor.' lot. 131 1 E. 12th su N. Frank L.
McGuire. Main 10fi.
2 ROOM house and lot, 50x100. all fur
nished. $550; $250 will handle. 206 Ger-
llnger bldg. Main 2818.
$2O50 NEW 5-room mouern bungalow, dou
ble constructed, hardwood floors, fireplace.
fixtures and shades. T 79. Oregonia n
3-ROOM unplastered cottage on r.OxJ.00 lot.
$590. $25 down; lot worth $750. Phono
MUST lose equity in modern 5-room bun
galow, all conveniences. If you have a llt
tle cash money, investigate. Tabor 2296.
STRICTLY modern 7-room bungalow. $2900
near Rose City car. Take good lot pari
payment. Owner, D 83. Oregonian.
PORTLAND Heights home, modern, craft J
iew, larse grounds. K 04. Oregonian.
FOR SALE A fine piece of Staperty. c
314 baa K&iaei at,