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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 2, 1917.
BULL ENDS REGATTA
Patriotic Affair Brings Goodly
Sum to Red Cross Work.
TURKEYS DROP FROM SKY
Smoke From Forest Fires Causes
Postponement o I Boat Kaccs.
Portland Swimmers and
Divers Give Exhibitions.
ASTORIA, Or., Sept. 1. (Special)
The entertainment events of the sec
ond day of the Astoria annual regatta
closed this evening with a display of
fireworks on the waterfront In which a
number of patriotic pieces were set off.
The social feature of the evening was
a grand ball held at the Elks Temple
by the local chapter of the Red Cross
Society. The affair was purely of a
patriotic nature and the proceeds,
which will total a goodly sum, will be
devoted entirely to Red Cross work.
The first event on this morning's pro
gramma was a balloon ascension and
parachute Jump by Frank Miller, who
when fully 200 feet in the air liberated
eeveral turkeys, which were the prizes
of those who captured the birds when
they reached the ground.
Immediately afterwards boat races
were called but owing to the dense
smoke from forest fires in the interior
that covered the river, there were but
few entries and only one race was
run, the others being postponed until
Monday. This was a contest between
power fish boats, a distance of three
miles around the triangular course off
the city front. It was won by Ole
Westerberg with O. Johanson second
and J. P. Jensen third.
A party of 17 swimmers and divers
from Portland gave an Interesting ex
hibition of fancy diving and swim
ming stunts this afternoon.
The men's swimming race, a distance
of 220 yards, was won by O. G. Hosford,
with Lock Webster second and William
In the women's swimming race over
100-yard course, Irene Penbrook was
the winner, Thelma Payne being sec
ond and Mrs. Constance Meyer third.
On Sunday the visitors will go to
the beaches, where several special en
tertainment features will be staged.
ICE SKATING ASSURED
FLANS FOR REOFEM.G HIPPO
DROME IX FALL MADE.
Hockey Game to Be Flayed Again,
but What Teams Will Constitute
League Is Not Decided.
Portland is going to have Ice skating
again, and hockey, too.
Further than that there is nothing
sure about- the season's sport in Port
land. War has not shot the plans of
the Northern professional hockey team
owners full of holes. E. J. Bryan, now
In control of the Portland Ice Palace, is
not in a position to say what kind of
a schedule or league it will be, but he
is going to stick with the hockey game
and the sport of skating until some
Hockey plans are somewhat of a puz
Eler. Bryan does not know just what
the plans of the Patrick brothers are up
Morth, and, of course, the organization
of .the league as it was in the past
depends on what these men will do.
Another factor Is Spokane. This team
was brought Into the league last year,
but for some reason It did not pull
well, though the transplanted Victo
rians played a good fast game and
a. mighty good brand of play occurred
every time they had a brush over there.
Mr. Bryan said last night that the
kiddies of Portland are going to get
every chance to learn the game and
play it all the time.
The prices for skating will be re
fiuced to a point where it will be merely
nominal for children. Also grown-ups
will be able to play the game oftener,
63 the prices will be reduced all around.
JRACTOR DRIVER HURT
Jj. Koslses Injured When Machine
Crashes Through Tramway.
Lewis Koslses, 38 years old, was
taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital
at 12:15 yesterday, suffering from in
juries received when a tractor which
he was driving crashed through a
tramway at linnton. Koslses is se
verely bruised about the hips and legs.
The machine was not injured.
E. Fruitiger, age 47, also was taken
to the Good Samaritan Hospital yester
day. Mr. Fruitiger's hand was bruised
and one finger broken when he was
caught In a freight elevator at the
Hunt Transfer Company's warehouse,
wnere no is employed.
WHISKY EMPTIED IN SEWER
VouId-Be Bootlegger at Woodburn
' Comes to Grief.
WOODBTJE.N, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Justice Hays and Marshals Olson and
Kelsey this afternoon emptied into a
sewer the contents of 104 quart bottles
of whisky, part of what was brought
here by Clyde J. Thomas, now servin
60 days in the County Jail after a plea
Thomas said he brought four suit-
eases and a hand satchel filled with
liquor, beside expressing a trunk, 120
quarts in all. Three suitcases, the
satchel and trunk were seized. One
suitcase and 16 bottles are still missing.
GARDEN DIRECTOR LEAVES
Vane G. Gibson Accepts Federal Po
sition in Seattle.
Vane G. Gibson has resigned from
the position of county club leader of
boys' and girls' work In gardening in
Portland, and will go to Seattle to serve
ns scientific assistant In me United
States Bureau of Markets.
Mr. Gibson came to Portland in April,
representing the Un.ted States Depart
ment of Agriculture, Oregon Agricul
tural College and School IMstric No. 1
in the garden work in Multnomah
County. He will take up his new work
DAY TO LIST WOMEN SET
Governor Fixes September 15 as
Time for Registration.
SALEM, Or., Sep 1. (Special.)
Saturday. September 15, has been set
as women's registration day by Gov
ernor Withycombe, who today issued
the following proclamation at the re
quest of Mrs. Charles H. Castner, of
Hood River, head of the women's divi
sion of the State Council of Defense:
"Whereas, The women of America, as well
as the men who are giving themselves to
our Nation's cause, can now perform a great
and timely public service; and,
Whereas, The woman's committee of the
Council of National Defense is organizing
local councils in every community in this
state for the purpose of systematizing and
making effective women's patriotic services;
Whereas. The Oregon division of the
woman's committee of the Council of Na
tional Defense desires that Saturday, Sep
tember 15. 1917, be set aside as the day for
the registration of women in this state for
Now Therefore, in view of the foregoing
-premises and by virtue of the authority In
me vested, I, James Withycombe, Governor
of the state of Oregon, do hereby proclaim
Saturday. September 10, 1917, as Women's
Registration day, and I do earnestly ask
that all patriotic women register, on that
day for patriotic service.
LOVE'S DREAM MIRAGE
HELEN' OSnOR-V SEEKS FREEDOM
FR03I SPOUSE, AGED 20.
Couple Married More Than Year, and
Cruel Treatment Starts Soon After
wards, Declares Young Wife.
Touth's dream of love has been shat
tered in the home of Helen and Russell
Osborn, according to the youthful wife,
who started suit yesterday for a divorce
from her 20-year-old husband on
grounds of cruelty and non-support.
They were married in May of last year,
and the cruel treatment started a few
days after the marriage, the wife de
clares. She seeks alimony of $20 a
month for the support of their infant
Non-support and desertion are the
charges contained in the divorce com
plaint of Julia Sharpe against J. F.
Sharpe. They were married in 1911
and have one child, whose custody the
Jessie English refused to cook his
meals for him and also treated him
coldly a goodly portion of the time,
asserts Clare English in his divorce
suit. They have two children, whom
he is willing should be given to the
custody of the mother under the pro
vision that he be allowed to see them
at all reasonable times. He agrees to
pay $20 a. month for their support,
Olive Jarred complains that Arthur
Jarred has given her several severe
beatings during recent weeks, and for
that reason wants her legal, freedom.
She also asks for $20 a month for the
support of their small child. They
were married in 1913.
Cruelty and non-support are the
charges preferred against Charles Sut
ton in the divorce complaint of Alaxel
Sutton They were married in 1906 and
have one child, whose custody the
plaintiff seeks. She seeks J10 a month
for the child's support.
Red Cross Drive Planned.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) A campaign, to get additional
members for the Vancouver Red Cross
chapter will be waged Labor day. To
stimulate interest in Red Cross work,
and. to show what is being done by the
local society, an exhibit of all the va
rious branches of work undertaken
will be made. Bandages, compresses.
surgical dressings and knit comforts
will be shown. The local chapter has
a workroom In the Blaker building.
which is open daily and at which from
20 to 50 women work on lied Cross ar
Battery B to Benefit.
A patriotic meeting will be held Mon
day night at the City Hall In Milwau-
kle. w. Cronan, of Portland, will
speak and the Portland, Railway, Light
& Power Company employes band will
play. No admittance fee will be
charged, but a silver offering will be
taken up for the fund of Battery Bf
Oregon Field Artillery.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Sept. 1. Maximum temper
ature, 83 degrees; minimum temperature, 59
degrees. Klver reading, 8 A. M., 5.8 feet;
change in last 24 hours, 0.2 foot rise. Total
rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.J, none; total
rainfall since September 1, 1917, none;
normal rainfall since September 1, .03 Inch;
deficiency of rainfall since September 1,
1917, .03 Inch. Sunrise. 5:31 A. M.; sunset,
0:50 P. M. Total sunshine, 8 hours; possi
ble sunshine. nours la minutes. Moon-
set, 5:51 A. M. Illative humidity at noon,
32 per cent.
N Pt. cloudy
N Pt. Cloudy
Chicago . .
Des Moines .
Oalveston. . .
Kansas City. . .
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Los Angeles. .
Marshi ieia . .
New Orleans .
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New York. . .
Portland . . . . .
Roseburg . . . .
San Diego. . . .
Washington . ,
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t A M. today,
M. report precedinj
Low barometer is charted this evening
from the Southwestern Canadian border
southward through Oregon, Washington and
California; also nortnwest of Lake Superior.
Higa oarometer prevails over xne upper
Missouri Valley and along the Atlantic sea
board. Scattered snowers and thunder-
storms occurred east of the Great Divide as
far south as wempnii, lenn. Temperatures
are above normal in the Central Plains
states. Southern Plateau region and South
ern Rocky Mountain states; elsewhere they
are not far from seasonal average.
The conditions are favorable for fair and
cooler weather In this vicinity Sunday, with
gentle and mostly westerly winds.
Portland and vicinity Sunday fair, cooler;
gentle winas, mostly westerly.
Washington Sunday fair south, unsettled
and occasional thratenlng winds, mostly
Idaho -Sunday fair, with nearly station
Oregon Sunday fair, cooler Interior west
portion, gentle southwesterly winds.
River forecast: The Willamette River at
Portland will fall to about 4.4 feet Sunday,
ALFRED H. THIESSEN, Meteorologist
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
PIANO and grafanola for sale or rent. 143
WANTED Coat, pants and dressmaker at
once- J. r . Ryan, St, Helens, box oH3.
FOR SALE Fur. Call Marshall 3788. Call
between Uie hours I w A. M., and a P. M.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Private instructions at your home, if
desired, in corrective and constructive ex
ercises adapted to your, physical needs.
Also scientific massage. Get well keep
well. Hobart A Brown, Hyglenlst. Main
WANTED To rent, 6 or 7-room house, Irv
ing ton, Alameda or Beaumont, with ga
rage, built-in conveniences, fireplace; east
front preferred ; location and full par
ticulars first letter. C 579. Oregonian.
WANTED Man to take contract to haul
lumber from mill to railway ; must nave
$1000 cash for first payment on new truck;
will make good paying contract with
right man. J 51, Oregonian.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, furniture; 1 of
tno oest locations in Portland, deligntful
place to live; long lease at low rent; 9
rooms; 6 blocks s. w. of P. O. ; upstairs
roomB; will bring twice rent. Mar. 1.S45.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished 6-
room house, garden, barn for garage, rea
sonable; 1 block north Hawthorne car.
Call Main 9469 or address C. White, 254
East 34th st.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, near car.
good locality, some fruit, two lots; badly
run down, on inside ; bargain it taken as
it stands. 5741 71st st. S. E., Fremont
LIPMAN, WOLFE A CO. require the services
or j, ortght young men to act as omce
boys. Good opportunity for advancement.
Apply superintendent's office seventh floor,
Tuesday morning between 9 and 10.
A BARGAIN, $12,500.
f6 acres, 94 cult., running water, fair
'buildings, milk and mall route, telephone,
best of well water; splendid dairy farm.
A. C. Alexander, owner, IT o rest Grove.
MAN" AND WIFE, JANITORS. NIGHT
VY UHK ; A LciU MAI4 J A.MTUH, D A X
WORK. APPLY A. E. MYERS, 303 SHET
AMBITIOUS men and women learn book
keeping and accounting in spare time; rea
sonable terms; unusual demand. Address
AB 582, Oregonian.
YOUNG man, attending high school, wants
work caring lor furnace, etc., lor private
family for room and board. Tel. Main
ONE large front room with kitchenette and
Day winaow; rineiy rurmsnea; uitaoie ior
two adults; bath, phone ; $3 ; others, $2
and $1.75. Main 1310. 387 Yamhill.
LOVELY home in Irvington; will take 2
business people for breakfast and dinner,
use of victrola and living-room. East
WANTED The management of an apart
ment-house for the rent or an apartment;
can furnish the best of references. W
LOST On Pacific Highway between Hub
bard and New bra, suitcase, io A. M. feat
urday. Notify Oregon Hassam Paving Co.,
805 Board of Trade bldg.
WANTED 2 experienced grocery men; must
understand tneir ousiness; reierences re
quired; good salary to right men. AB
LADIES' tailor wanted, steady and perma
nent position ; mut oe gooa woraman.
Apply B. H. Mother, Salem, Or. Phone
FURNISHED 6-room house for rent; will
take rent out in board; young couple pre-fprrd-
A?C 30 Ore iron ian.
FOR SALE or trade, 1200-Ib. work horse ;
E 530. .Orcg'onlan.
1914 CADILLAC touring car. Al condition.
iuiiy equipped. Phone Mr. .fish. Mar.
4976 Sunday. Woodlawn 2400 weekdays.
WANTED 2 experienced furniture sales
men with old estabiisned firm. Apply -c
LOAN wanted, $6000 on business property;
income per cent on $i3,uuu. 31am
WANTED A first-class grocery clerk to
take orders and delivery; good pay. uau
Main 4537 at Multnomah station. -
ONE of the best farms in the Willamette
valley for sale or rent; about 4o miles
from Portland. AJ 90, Oregonian.
YOUNG lady wants collecting for reliable
firm; references ana personal oona. w
GOV K R X ESS, speaking French fluently and
teaenmg music, wisnes ior a position in
family. AJ 91, Oregonian.
NIGHT watchman, reliable, special officer.
bonds, wants situation. AH 49, ore
gonian. GOOD furniture for 9-room house, excep
tional values; owner leaving city. ah
MUST be sold today, 1913 Studebaker, elect.
equipped, good condition; make oiler. .ast
FOR SALE: 10 acres 7 miles from Court
house, near Section Line road; price $3UOU.
Owner, 407 Everett St., city.
12-ROOM house, arranged for home, insti
tution or housekeeping. 429 Market
WANTED Boy to learn auto repairing. Ap
ply East Side Auto Repair Co., 717 aw
thorne. PIANO for sale cheap, excellent tone; suit
able for school, hall or nome. XZMX h;.
Alder, near 43d.
LARGE front room, sleeping porch, suit
able for two, kitchen privileges. 02 iMia
st. Phone Main 4999.
BOY wanted to work In grocery store and
deliver. Call Monday bet. 8 and 12 at 328
WANTED Girl to assist with housework
and care of children; good wages. none
GROCERIES, ahowcases. glassware, cash
register, adding machine, safe ana re
frigerator for sale. 244 Yamhill.
LADY solicitors wanted; give good pay;
give references, address and phone num
ber. G 545, Oregonian.
WANTED Refined housekeeper for young
widower with two cnlidren. 407 Baldwin
st. St. Johns car.
DESIRABLE 6-room house near Hawthorne
car; sacrifice for cash. Geo. W. Bibee, Hi
STUDEBAKER one-ton truck and half-ton
Ford truck: lor sale. 44 lamnm.
WANTED Middle-aged woman for general
housework. Call Kast 2. A.
WANTED Experienced hall man.
month. See engineer Henry bldg.
KISSELKAR roadster, no starter; but regu
lar car; bargain. 560 (iantenbeln.
COOK, family of four; good wages. Tele-
phones. East UOIM or a i&ua.
WANTED Girl for general
Phone Woodlawn 086.
WANTED Gent's watch; will pay cash or
trade $20 mandolin. C 575, Oregonian.
WOMAN companion wanted in return for
home or small wages, can laoor to4J.
WILL not be responsible for any debts con
tracted bv mv wife. D. G. Curtln.
PLAIN dressmaking, $1.25 per day and car
fare. Alain iys.
EXPERIENCED woman wants day work.
Monday ana xuesaay. rnone Taoor aao.
DELIVERY boy wanted that can ride horse.
130 North 12th.
TO TRADE, violin for Victrola with rec
ords. Tabor 4462.
NIGHT elevator man in hotel; give phone
number, c o7Y, oregonian.
KALSOMINING, painting, plaster patching;
reanonaDtr. wooaiawn zvm.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Iailr and Sunday.
One time 12c
Same ad two consecutive times 22c
Same ad three consecutive times UOc
toume ad six or seven consecutive times 6 tic
The above rates apply to advertlHements
under "New Today" and all other clusbifica
tiona, except the following:
(Situations Wanted Male.
Situations Wanted Female.
For Kent Rooms Private Families.
Itoard and Rooms Private Families.
Housekeeping Room Pri vate Families.
Kates on the above classifications axe 7
cents a line each insertion.
Serious errors in advertisements will be
rectified by republication without additional
charge, but such republication will not be
made where the error docs not materially
affect the value of the advertisement.
"City News in Brief advertisements must
he nresented for mihlication for The Sundav
Oregonian before 4:30 o'clock Saturday after-
noon ior other ays publication before :30.
The Oregonian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone,.provlded the
advertiser is c subscriber of either phone.
No price will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the folio wins: da v.
bet her subseq uent advert Iseinents will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. "Situations Wanted" and Per
sonal" advertisements will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders for one insertion
only will be accepted for "Furniture for
Sale," "Business Opportunities. Rooming
nouses" ana nnntea to Kent.
REMINGTON August 31, at the residence
498 East 26th street North, Frances
Remington, aged 71 years. Beloved wife
of John W Remington and mother of
Fred F. and Alva V. Remington. Notice
of funeral later. Dunning & McEntee, fu
ELDRIDGE In this city. September 1, at
the family residence, 1607 East Stark St.,
Mrs. E. O. Eidridge, wife of Rev. E. O.
Eld ridge, pastor of Mt. Tabor M. E.
Church, 61st and East Stark st. Funeral
arrangements will be announced later.
CATHE RWOOD In this city. Sept. 1
Thomas Catherwood, aged 61 years, late
or 12t7 E. Washington st., lather of Mrs.
R. C. Virgil. The remains are at the res
idence establishment of J. P. Finley &
boa, Montgomery at eta.
This directory Is for the Information ot the public, to arlve 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
bished by phoning Maiti 707o or A 60S). House 40.
. STEPHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion, side pleat, buttons covered; mall
orders, lina Putoca feloca. .Broadway loui.
ELITG hemstitching and button shop, uieat
ings. Mail orders promptly tilled. Worit
guaranteed. 364 Morrison st. .Main 7-.J11.
ASSAVEKS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFJTICJi, 14-i Second
Gold, silver and platinum bdught.
AGATK Cl'TTEh ANI SltU JJSWKLER.
AGATES cut and - polished; jewelry and
watch repairing. Millers, 34Jis Wash. st.
ATTOKNEy-AT-LAW, 618 Plttock block. .No
charge for consultations.
U M. JONES, M. D. CANCER TREATED.
312 Morgan biug. Marshall ol43.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Carpet cleaning, reiltting, etc. Northwest
Rug Co., 188 E. bth St. Both phoues.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY,
887 Washington. Bd w y. 434. A 1254.
William, Estelle and William, Jr., Deveney,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors 302 Uerllnger bldg southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
SICK PEOPLE, Dr. McMahon. Macleay bldg.
Specialists 100 per cent chiropractic, 31
adjustments. 115; seven, fS. Making good.
CRANE LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
5822. 100 letters multisrraDhed. tl.SO.
NETH Sc, CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1790.
rso collections, no charge: established 1UU0.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy, 85 6th,
bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private lessons, (2;
A M., p. M., eve.; latest dances guaranteed;
class Thurs., Sat, eve. 7-8:30. Bdwy. 2160.
Mr. and Mrs. Heath's School, lessons daily,
class Mon., Thurs. eve., 8 to 10. 100 2d st.,
bet. Wash. & Stark. Main 3203. Lesions 25c
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Staff of teachers. O.
C. M. 345 Washington St.. Portland, Or.
PUBLIC draftsman; designing, mechanical
and electrical; neat and accurate work.
HUNTER AND GUIDE.
BERT WELLS, hunter and guide. Camas
Valley, Oregon. Pack horses furnished.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Staff of teachers. O.
C. M. 345 Vi Washington Bt., Portland, Or.
EMIL THIELHORN, violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk. 207 Flledner bldg. Bdwy. 162.
MRS. EDITH M. SMYTftE, piano studio.
The Ellsworth, opposite The Mallory.
Swenson Music Studio; piano, violin, vocal in
structlon. 612-13 Eilers bldg. Main B641.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
PTTBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 9th and Oak.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
I niWIfCI CDICI Pn Furnishings. Notions
1.1 U 111 lL.I-UI ILL UW 1
111 Sherlock Bldg.
M. H. HOUSER. Board of Trade Bldg.
WADHA MS & CO., 63-75 Front St.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO., 63-55 Front St.
HIDES, WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER sc CO.. 12th and Davis sts.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMTJSSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND 8TEAMEITTING.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front st.
EUREKA COUNCIL, NO.
204, KNIGHTS AND LADIES
OP SECURITY. will hold
regular annual election of of
ficers Monday evening. Sep
tember 3. W. O. W. Temple,
11th, bet. Washington and
Alder. Members urged to be
ROSE CITY CAMP NO. 391, W. O. W.
Members will assemble at R. T. Burns fu
neral parlors, U01 Williams ave., 1 P. M.
Tuesday. September 4. to attend the funeral
of Neighbor John Stevens. Interment Rose
City ParK Cemetery.
J. W. BOOTnB, Clerk.
PORTLAND COUNCIL. KNIGHTS AND
LADIES OF SECURITY, NO. 2905. will give
a 500 card party In Gevurtz Hall, Front and
Glbbs sts., Thursday evening, September 6.
Groceries for prizes. Come and have a good
time. Admittance 15 cents.
PORTLAND STAR HOMESTEAD NO. 42.
B. A. Y.. will give 500 and dance Thursday
evening, Sept. 6. 11)17, Moose Hall; 20 hands.
good prizes, union music Admission loc.
Members on receipts, help boys at front.
PICNIC and dance. Sept. 2.' riven by Bo
hemian Nat. Alliance, Scappoose. Or., for
benefit of war sufferers.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
New designs. Jaeger Bros., 131-8 Sixth, st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
cass pins and medals. 310 Washington st.
WAGNER August 80, at Pt. Vincent's Hos
pital, Mrs. ivatnerine vvagner, aged 44
years, beloved wife of George Wagner,
mother of John, Jake, Lizzie, Henry, Paul,
George and Emil Warmer. Funeral serv
ices will be conducted tomorrow (Monday),
Sept. '3, at 2 P. M.. at St. Paul's German
Lutheran Church, cor. E. 8th and Failing
streets. Friends Invited. Interment, Rose
City Park Cemetery. The remains have
been removed from Pearson's Undertaking
Parlors. Russell street and Union avenue,
to the family residence. 695 Oregon street.
ELDRIDGE In this city, September 1, at
her late residence, 1607 E. Stark St., Mary
Elizabeth Eidridge. aged 57 years, wife
of Rev. E. O. Eidridge. The funeral serv
ices will be held tomorrow (Monday),
September 3, at the Mt. Tabor M. E.
Church, E. 61st and Stark st. Friends in
vited. Interment at Mt. Scott Park Cem
etery. J. P. Finley 6on, directors.
STEVENS September, 1, 1917, John Stevens,
aged 63 years. 11 months and 21 days; late
of 401 Cook avenue ; beloved husband of
Ellen Stevens. - Funeral services will be
held Tuesday, September 4, at 1 P. M., at
the residence parlors of R. T. Byrne, 901
Williams avenue, at Mason street. Inter
ment in the Rose City Cemetery. Friends
invited to attend.
CATHERWOOD In this city Sept. 1.
Thomas Catherwood, age 61 years, late
of 1287 E. Washington st. Father of Mrs.
B. C. Virgil. The funeral will be held
tomorrow (Monday), Sept. 3, at 2:30 P. M.,
at the residence establishment of J. P.
Finley & Son, Montgomery at 5th. Inter
ment at Rlverview Cemetery. Friends in
vited. DESKT At the family residence, 46 E. 83d
st., August 81, .Robert Desky, aged 58
years 3 months 25 days, beloved husband
of Fannie Desky. Friends Invited to at
tfend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors. 3d and Sal--i
mon sts., at 10 A. M. today (hunaay), Sept.
2. Interment Beth Israel Cemetery.
AMOS At Cascade Locks. Aug. 26, Robert
Raymond Amos, aged 36 years, of War
ren dale. Or. Funeral service will be con
ducted tomorrow (Monday), Sept. 3. at
2 P. M., in the mortuary chapel of A. B.
Kenworthy & Co., 5802-04 92d st. S. E., in
Lents. Friends invited to attend.
CHILCOTT In this city, Aug. 31, at his
late residence, 1042 Hassalo St., Richard
Chllcott. aged 62 years. The funeral serv
ices will be held today (Sunday), at 2
o'clock P. M. at the residence establish
ment of J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery
at 5th. Friends invited.
ROBERT At Vancouver Barracks, Wash.,
Sept. 1, Major Henry H. Robert, U. S. A.,
aged 35 years. Remains forwarded by
the Holman Undertaking Company to The
Dalles, Or., for Interment and funeral
services at The Dalles.
WOODS In this city, Sept. 1. John Woods,
age 42 years, of 509 Bortnwlek st. Funeral
services will be held at Holman's funeral
parlors, 3d and Salmon sts, at 10 A. M.
tomorrow (Monday). Sept. 3. Interment
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
WHY PAY MORE?
A SAVING from 30 to 50 Pet.
Properly fitted glasses as low
as 1.5U: 4UOO satisilea custom
ers; satisfaction guaranteed. Unas. W. Good
man, optometrist, 2U0 Morrison. Main 2124.
PATENTS that protect and pay; advice and
books free; highest reierences, best re -suits,
promptness ussurvd ; eeuu sketch or
uiuuel ior search. YV atson ti. Coleman,
patent lawyer. 624 F at.. Vv ashingtoli. u. G.
fal.Ml.NU AND PAPEKHANOING.
MAIN 2756 Paperhanging. tinting and
painting. Satlulactlon guaranteed.
R. G. WRIGHT 22 years' experience, V. &.
and foreign patents. GOl LeRum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHLL1PS, Alisky bids,
diseases a specialty.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
printing and linotyping. 100 ront bl,
corner Stara. Main or A 141
THE IVY PRESS.
882 Stark St. Broaaway 408. A 40S8.
RAG KCGS AND iXt'M' Kt'GS.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Established 1U03.
Fluff rugs and rag ruga woven, ail sizes.
East 8th and Taylor. East 3580, B 12.
REAL ESTATE DKALKRS.
CARL R. JONES, 404 WlleoK bldg.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
NEW and second-hand. Western Fixture
A Showcase Co.. loth ana tlavia, opposite
Armory. Phone Broadway 774.
STORAGB AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping nd moving; horse and auto vans;
special treight rales to all Dolnts.
C O PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
2d and Pine sts. Broadway ol6, A 1900.
OREON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St..
corner 13th Telephone Broaaway 1281 or
A 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest insurance raie. ill mo
Limited time. Object to fill warehouse.
SECURITY STORAGE &. TRANSFER CO..
1 it, I- :i r it hi. .'uun .
MADISON ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE.
Office ISO Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone naln 7601.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARIAN COL
LEGE begins Sept. 3. Night and day
classes. M. J. O'Rourke, Pres., 1818 Mar-
DRY FIR CUKDWOOD.
PORTLAND SLABWOOD CO.
M. 3119. A 7001
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co.. East TZ. B 2889.
NATIONAL FUEL CO., E. 2041. Al 4-foot
fir. StS.rO; delivered promptly.
WRECKAGE WOOD, box wood, dock plank,
heavt- bark. Prompt del. Marshal i53.
DDIWTHir1 F- w- BALTE3 & COMPANY,
rnlillUlU 1st and Oak sts. Main 165. A1165.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
E VERDI NO & FARRELL, 140 Front street.
CASCARA, poultry, veal, fruit and produce
boUKht. Write Ruby & Co., 1U! Front St.
KAG El'tiS AND 11L1F RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels. Smyrna, Axminster, rag:
ruga, all sizes; mail orders prompt; booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
9x12 rugs cleaned and steamed.. $1.00
8x10 rugs cleaned and ttteauied .75
WKSTKKN JrLtJbF ulG CO. ,
54-66 Union Ave. N. Kast t5lC, i 1475.
KOPE AM) HLNIMNti TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SASH OOOKS AM) CLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., l'Jth and Davis sts.
IV o hoops, no nails, anti-freeze garages,
camp and suburban houses..' Stay Hound
Silo Co., 702 Kothchlld bldg.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO., S30 2d st.
Edward Hoi man. Pre. W. J. Holmsa, See.
J. E. Werleln. Treaa.
THE EDWARD HOLM AN
THIRD ST., COKNH.K OJP SALMON
A MODERN SPACIO U S FAMILY
E00M WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE
Phones: Main 507, A 1511.
FUNERAL bJLttViCE FOR LESS
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent tuners.1 Uirectora
Mash at Ella lit. Uet. 20th and Slst.
Main Mill, A 7UU. West bide.
Funeral .Directors. Inc.
MuUnoman at bevemh street.
J. P. FINLEY SON,
PrOtfr.slv. Funeral Directors.
Private iJrive Women Attendants.
MUNTtiOMEKX AT 1'IFTH
Main t). A 1599.
EK1CSON Residence Undertaking Parlors.
12th and Morrison sts. Mum ol&i, A
MR. AND Mild. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
peral service. 173 K. GUian. Tabor 4313.
Broadway and Pine street. Phone .Broad
way 430. A 4558. Lady attendant
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
THE GOLDEN KULS UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder street. East 02, H Hoi' 5.
P. L. LEKCH. East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 7M1. H lnnn.
BREEZE & SNOOK'Tabo?!""-
A.R.Zeller Co. East loss. c. loss.
SK.EWE3 UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M a 4102, A 2321. Lady attendant.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. Florists. 354
Washington. Mala 269, A 12UU. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., Florists, 2S7 Morrison st.
Main or A 1S03. Fine (lowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 2S5 Washington
St., bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A J11.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215. A 212L Belling
bldg.. 6th and Alder sts.
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Taylor's Ferry Road. End Riverrlew
The only civilized method of burial.
Snow-white, always dry, sanitary tombs;
permanent title and endowment, $250 up.
36 PUtock Block. Phone Broadway 251.
Why Wait the Hoar of ' Need
When Opportunity Invites?
A courteous representative- will
show you our property any timav
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
V alxorna Perpetual
-Mora-asi Bids. A SO 34
PORTLAND MARBlB WORKS. 294-266 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 8564. Phillip
Nen A Sons for memorials.
IcfbBLAEISING. GRANITE. CO.l
I U TT-tlRO KT MADISON STREET. )
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Olflc. Boom 15S Coarthoo.Mb fiUt-&ft.
Phone from 8 to ft Main 878, Home Phone A
2525. Nl-rht call after office hours. Main t70.
Report all cases of crvelty to the above
address. lee trie lethal chamber for email
animate, tioree ambulance for elclc and
disabled auimals at a moment' notice. Any
one deeirlns a dog or other pats communi
cate with ua. Call for ail lost or strayed
stock, as we look after all Impounding.
There Is no more city pound. Just Oregon
On Tuesday Next
AT THE BAKER AUCTION HOUSE,
MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING,
WE SHALL SELL FURNITURE. RUGS,
ETC., EROM AN IRVINGTON RESI
DENCE, comprising mahogany library
table, easy rocker in cord covering, ma
hogany rocker with leather seat, quar
tered oak library suite, viz., table, rock
ers and couch, oak parlor desk, stu
dent's rocker, drophead White sewing
machine, mahogany music cabinets, vel
vet and Brussels rugs, Axminster car
pets, small rugs, piano bench, andirons,
two pedestal dining tables, leather-seat
dining chairs, buffet, arm chairs, china
cabinet and serving table, brass bed,
two-inch post steel beds, best steel
springs, silk floss and felt mattresses,
feather pillows, oak dresser and chif
fonier, white enameled chiffonier, ma
hogany dresser, folding bed, steel
couches, two three - quarter - size iron
beds complete with springs and mat
tresses, oak wardrobe, gas range, in
laid linoleum, refrigerator and many
other useful lots.
Note All the above goods are now
on view and await your most careful
AUCTION OJT TUESDAY SEXT AT
10 A. 31.
On Thursday Next
WE SELL IIOI'iiEHOLI) FCRXITl'HE,
SALE ON THURSDAY XKXT AT
lO A. SI.
WE l'A V CASH FOR FURNITURE,
W. C. BAKER fc W. H. DEAN,
Furniture Dealers and Auctioneers,
Manonlc Temple Uuildln&r, Yamhill and
West Park Sts. Phone Main 3332.
A Bargain Cottage of 4 rooms and bath
at 31tt and Kast Morrison streetn. Price
$1350. Small payment down, balunce eay
terms. Phone .bast 2185. Owner.
Have client with well-locat
ed clear properties. Will
assume mortgage and pay
cash difference for income
property to $350,000 in
value. Must be priced right.
Inside Property Dealers
Ground Floor, Henry Bldg,
FORD AUCTION CO.
Wednesday at 2 P. M.
Friday at 2 P. M.
191 SECOND ST.
These sales comprise living-room fur
niture, dining-room furniture, bedroom
furnishings, carpets, rugs, kitchen
equipment, gas stoves, steel ranges;
also an assortment of bedding, com
prising pillows, quilts and laundered
blankets, etc. In addition to the
goods mentioned we have a large
stock of useful furnishings to select
E. G. FORD, Auctioneer.
on Improved city property at C and 7
per cent. Farm and suburban loans al
current rates. Liberal repayment priv
ileges allowed. No delays.
LARGE LOANS SPECIAL RATES.
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
217-219 Nortbwutna Bank Bulldlas.
alaraaall 4114. A 4118.
ON BUSINESS PROPERTY.
ON RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
ROBERTSON A EWISO,
207 -S Mertaweaterat Banlc Hldac.
CflD CAIC FIRST-CLASS GREAT
lUn OMLL. LAKES LUMBER S'PEAM
EK AND CONSORT, capacity 81)0,001)
feet respectively. For particulars call
or phone Capt. King, Klliott 403, 718
Cherry Street, Seattle, Wash.
WANTED AT ONCE l
house, and I am the buyer direct. I am
Koing to pay cash, and I expect a bar
Kain. Want to go about $6500. L 550,
Choice Apartment-House Site.
Quarter block on Broadway, West Side.
Address AJ 51. Oregonian. or phone
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
301 WILCOX BLDG. Slain 702, A 3702.
160 - 171 SECOND STREET
' and Friday
EACH DAY AT 10 A. SI.
NO SALE ON MONDAY THIS WEEK,
ON WEDNESDAY you will find our
salesrooms crowded with pood, useful
SECOND-HAND FIHMTIUE ol all de
scriptions, carpets, rugs, sheets, quilts,
blankets, curtains, pictures, dishes.
utensils and otner ettects.
ON FRIDAY we sell again at 10 A. 51.
GOODS SOLD AT AIL TIMES.
WE WERE NEVER SO WELL, PRE
PARED TO TAKE CARE OF
THE RETAIL, TRADE
as we are at the present time. If you
are Fl'KMSillXG A HOME or looking
for any PARTICULAR PIECE OF FIR.
MTIRE, WE SOLICIT AN INSPEC
TION OK OI R IMMENSE STOCK. We
sell VPR1GHT and PLAYER PIANOS.
ORGANS, etc; also the VERY BEST IN
FIRMTIRE, ROOM-SIZE RUGS. LIN
OLEUM, STEEL RANGES, GAS
RANGES, REKRIGERATORS. ETC.
COME IN AND LET LS SHOW YOU
ARE YOU A CUSTOMER OF OURS
YOU ARE LOSING MONEY.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF STAPLE
GROCERIES WHICH WE RETAIL
TO THE PUBLIC AT ABOUT
Full Line of Store Fix
tures and Equipments
Tuesday Next at 2 P. M.
We Are Instructed to Sell the
Entire Content of the
"THOMPSON RESTAURANT 99
AT 108 FOURTH ST- NEAR WASH
INGTON. comprising 20-FOOT LUNCH COUN
TER, 13 STOOLS WITH BACKS, 32 DIN
ING CHAIRS. 11 TABLES, 16 LARGE
MIRRORS. NATIONAL CASH REGIS
TER. SILVER W A RE. SIDEBOARD,
DISH E S, UTENSILS. REFRIGERA
TORS, MEAT BLOCK, FRENCH RANGE
and other effects. EVERYTHING IN
J. T. WILSON. AUCTIONEER.
Cash Paid for Furniture, Grocery Stoclca,
Etc. Main Kitf.
New Modern Brick Apart
ments, located close in West
Side, 95 occupied, over 8
net on $60,000 investment.
Will accept other well locat
ed property to value of $30,
000. Inside Property Dealers
Ground Floor, Henry Bldg.
BUSINESS MAN WANTED TO BUY
Well-established broker's business In
Portland for sale, owing to having re
ceived tempting offer from relative In
business In New York. This Is a high
class, dignified connection for a young
man of ambition and energy. Average
monthly Income during past two years
over J350 per month net. Necessarily
coming in contact with most of the
leading business men of this city this
offers an unusually fine training for
any young business man lacking ex
perience. Excellent offices, handsomely
furnished. In prominent location. Con
sideration asked, J3000. Will accept
some clear real estate In part payment.
Prompt action necessary.
BROKER, AF 471. OREGONIAN.
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF
SITES SUITABLE FOR MANUFACTUR
Combining Water and Rail Transporta
tion, EITHER FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
Wakefield, Fries & Go.
65 FOURTH ST.
Have Reopened My
Real Estate Office
Lint Your Properties With Is and Tell
"Y our WnntN.
W'e Guarantee Katr Treatment.
Zimmerman & Go.
311 Board of Trade Bldg. Main 1675.
i ON MORTGAGE SECURITY
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