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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1918.
OVERSEAS GIFTS TO
Red Cross Announces Plans
. for Handling Parcels.
QUARTERS SOON TO OPEN
Portland Expected to Send Thou
sands cf Presents to Boys Fight
ing for JVorld Democracy.
County. The Indorsement is eigned by
& large number of Portland attorneys,
who assert that Judge Gantenbetn has
Fiven eminent satisfaction during the
11 years that he has occupied the bench.
They also call attention to his patriot
ism, his interest in military affairs and
to the fact that his son now Is serving
as a private in the Army.
This is the statement of indorsement
and the names of the signers:
"We. the undersigned, attorneys in
Multnomah County, urgently recom
mend the re-election of Judge C. U.
Gantenbein to the Circuit bench in this
district. Judge Gantenbein has occu
pied this position for 11 years and has
given eminent satisfaction.
"At all times he has presided with
dignity and exceptional ability. He has
been uniformly courteous to the pro
fession, and his decisioi s have been
recognized as sound law and univer
"He has been one of the most patri
otic men in Multnomah County, and has
taken active interest In all military
affairs for the past 30 years. His oldest
son now is serving as a private in the
United States Army.
been a resident of Portland 25 years.
She was born in Vincennes, Jnd., in
1840, in 185S married Captain Richard
W. "Price, who died in this city 1 years
ago. She is survived by her son, Harry
Wafd Price, of this city, three grand
children. Oca Price Schuele, Mildred
Price and Ward Harry Price, now serv
ing his country in France, also a
brother, John Lee, living at Henderson,
Tex- and a sister, Mrs. Cynthia Fer
guson, at Elgin, 11 L
COLORS GIVEN TO CORPS
Karl C. Bronaugh
Henry z.. Medina
Charles II. Carey
James B. Kerr
W. S. V Ren
Arthur C. Spencer
John B. Ciciand
F. J. Lonergdn
W. M. Davis
John E. Owen
Walter H. Evan
W. P. UKocha
R. R. Uiltner
Plans and organization for handling
Christmas parcels to be mailed to sol
diers and sailors in foreign service
were completed yesterday by the Port
land chapter, American Ked Cross.
A stock of cartons sufficient to care
for every Oregon soldier in France Is
la storage at Ked Cross headquarters.
Ah soon as the labels arrive from sol- Leslie E. Crouch
7 J " iTi I Morris A. ooidsteln
n ruruaoa lumurrow, ncAcui-nni may jeore J Cameron
SiDDlr at the offices of the rortlana J. u. Arnold
chftDter for the cartons. I 9- A Appleffren
' - 1 4 I Xl.mlv
Mrs. Jesse Stearns was appointed!,,",,- W111'-
cnairraan or the tnnstmas parcel com- i i.saac Swett
tniffi hv tVta Trnriv rnmmlttM tf I Guy C. H. Co r Its
fh. ti.a t u -a x-o nnttf I Kusell E. Sew ail
.-w . I J. H. Mtddleton
is CDtirmin or in jiuiinonun v,ouuij i a m Crawford
committee and Mrs. Victor Johnson is I Dan J. Maiarker
chairman of the Portland committee. ? i
Franklin T. Griffith
K. A. Lelter
John F. Lor an
J. J. Fitzgerald
H. K. Northup
Ktwcoe C Neiaoa
F. S. Senn
W. A. Kkwall
L. A. Recken
Arthur C Speneer
J. . ieach
Ralph E. Moody
s . E. Crltchlow
Arthur L. V'eazi
J. C. Veazle
John C. MrCoart
Quarter Sooa to O
Headquarters will be opened this
week in the former North Bank ticket
office. Fifth street at Stark, and con
tinue open until a late hour each day
until November 15. the last day on
which parcels may be mailed to France.
Sub-depots will be maintained by
the branches of the Portland chapter in
Forest Grove. McMinnville, Oregon City,
Tillamook. Newberg and Hillsboro,
The Portland chapter will maintain
sub-depots at Gresham. Sandy. Trout
dale and Estacada, under Mrs. Van
rni Mm Klmer Connell. of Deer I Ceoree A. Brown
l.lonrl will nnn rionnt for folnmhin Tha J w- Vrveland
. V,r: c-. ui I W flson T. Hume
coumy i naiuicr iiu cn. richd. j pearcy
- D j W. E. Karrell
v. Charles J. Schnabel
Only sucn articles as win go in me i .v. m. Cake
t.nHtH rartnn 3x4x9 inches In size. 1 Otto J. Kraemer
a. . ..j b-l. .it v. I Warren E. Thoma
Will DO ftCCCUlcu. -I lie iai iuiio I
supplied by the Ked Cross without s-0rman S. Richards
charge to holders ox tne cnnsimas i cov Burnett
KnnL-urrA )nhal Tha hnt iintt'ra nnpd RalPb A. Coin
but packed, must not weigh more than fviflia'm'j.'E.ldl.ir
two pounds, it ounct-s. I l e. skuvi.
When packed, . the box should be I J. Silford Nelson
tnkpn nmtpxlefl and unwraoned to the I Charles Toston
x, j r-... wh.r. i. h. in. ?niel E. Lofgren
-- Henry Harljs
ppectea. onippera must men i x. w. Orton
domestic narcel rates to Hoboken. X. I Altdn Rnrers
J.. 13 cents a pound, and the Red Cross! H. 1L Tom nnon
r Ted Unslnc
tap ana aeiiver mem lo ma puaiuiAn.-c
readv Dacked in cases.
The followintr are unmailable artl- Dnyo M WAY Tfl RFRLIW"
cles, according to the War Departments W I O UIV VVMI IU Dlnilli
instructions to the Red Cross
M Article. Prohibited. Cottage Grove Corporal Writes Xot
All spirituous, vinous, malted, fer-1 single Casualty in Battery,
vrntr-t nr intoxicating linuors: all I
kinds of noison and articles contain- COTTAGE GROVE. Or, Oct. 2.
inp poison; all explosives: inflammable (Special.) Dr. and Mrs. R. H. McCar
materiala (tncludinir matches); infernal Kar have received a letter from Wen-
machincs and mechanical, cnemicai or dell one of tneir three son, now ln
oiner aevices 01 a coinpuMiiwn iii.ft
.. ; V. iffnit. r- anlnH Ifhiix wnilld in-
iMri nt.nte.d cigarette liehters): lery had been in action for seven weeks
liquids or llqueflable articles, fragile at the time the letter was written and
articles; all articles which might kill, there had not been a casualty in the
damage or hurt, or might injure the battery. The letter was dated Septem-
maUa- ber IS.
: ""h'"&;: -Th quickest way home Is by way of
-...t. t n-hif nound size be Berlin," Wendell says, "and we are
used; hard candy would be safe, soft I on our way. We have been on the
chocolates probably not. Several quar- I march almost continuously for two or
ter-pound boxes will go Inside tne con- 1 three weeks.1
Joseph I Hammersly
. uforee C. uraham
' Pamut'l L. Pierce
E. F. Bernard
J. W. Bell
Joseph H. Jones
8. J. Silverman ,
1. E. Newell
F. K. .Sal war
Mrs. Tom Garland
Paul C. Dormitser
W. K. Royal
William P. Lord
F. J. Strelhig. Jr.
E. A. lundburg
John C. lcCu
Frank C. Hanley
Milton H. Kleppr
A. C. Emmons
Lewis C- Garrigrsl
Sam L. Beary
3eorg-e J. Kelly
T. B. McDevltt
T. B. McDevltt. Jr.
Joseph H. Page
W. L. Cooper
George I. Uunf
H. Y. Friedman
A. F. Knlirht
L. W. Matthews
J. B. Ofner
P. J. Bannon
Georite L. Brewster
Joseph L. Atkins
E. II. Cahalla
S. II. H lines
R. K. Powell
E. T. Taga-art
James E. Craib
Clinton A. Ambrose
Islie S. Parker
W. A. Williams
Frank T. Collier
R. H. Stephens
W. B. Shlvely
W. J. Makellm
Carl M. Little
E. J. McDougal
David P. Matthews
Fam W. Stark
James V. Oh mart
R, A. Nlelson
H. E. Collier
J. A. Strowbrldire
G. R, Alexander
W. S. Ward
Edwin G. Am ma
F. H. Whitfield
John E. Cron an
,F. W. Stadter
P. N. Mosessobn
W. H. Fowler
Fiulng Ceremonies Attend Presenta
tion at Willamette.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. Salem.
Oct. 26. (Special.) With Xitting cere
monies last night the "colors" were
presented to the- university Student
Army Training Corps unit by the Salem
chapter. Daughters of the American
Revolution. Mrs. J. F. Helsler. regent
of the local order and a former Willam
ette student, gave the presntation
speech. Captain Tyler received the
flag in behalf of his command.
President Doney spoke in an ap
pealing manner regarding the signifi
cance of the colors, and "America,
sung by the company, completed the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
DEARDORF At Junction City, Kan.. Oc
tober 18. Lillian Deardorf, aged Jo years.
She Is survived by mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Deardorf. one sister,
Geneviev. one brother. Earl, all of this
city. The funeral service will be held
Tuesday, October 21, at 3:30 P. M. at
the residence establishment of J. P. Fin
ley & Sons, Montgomery at Fifth. Inter
ment Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
RENT $100 TEAR.
25 acres. 20 in cultivation, 4-room
bungalow, furnished, barn, outbuildings.
2 cows, horse, wagons;' 7 pigs, 80 chick
ens, 3 tons hay, farm implements; 6
miles from Portland. Price, $750. Call
C. W. MILLERSHIP,
214-15 Alder Hotel.
IMPROVED VALLEY FARM.
This farm contains 600 acres, about 315
ln high state of cultivation ; good house
and two bariw; good fences. This is
a choice stock and grain- farm, well wa
tered, situated near town, on a good
graveled road. Phone Sunday, East 64-4,
or address XX 100, Oregonian.
TEACHEHS Four teachers, or women of
equal training, to make short trips I.om
Portland; capable of presenting money
making proposition to several educated
women. Good salary and railroad fare to
women selected. Permanent. Give quali
fications, telephone. Box XXX. Oregonian
FORECLOSURE SALE. .
BS0 acres, ,"iS5 in cultivation; buildings
and fences In good condition; plenty of
water, fine location. I foreclosed on this
farm and must have my cash. Can giva
good title. Address AA 500, Oregonian.
EXCLUSIVE typewriter repair service. We
rebuild, repair, clean and adjust all stand
ard makes. All work guaranteed. COLE
HAMLIN, 42S Railway Exchange. Malp
Phone your want ads to The Orego- must sell at once. 1916 DODGE,
nfan. Main 7070. A 095. GOOD CONDITION. NEW TIRES, EX
TRA'S. PHONE BEFORE 2 P. M.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SALE Physician's office equipment.
draperies, carpets, caoinets. etc., in one
THERE is a party who took an umbrella
marked Glen Hlte, rrom tne .canay s.ioro.
Finder return same to Washington notei
f the best and most conveniently ar-1 COMPETENT cook wants position ln pri-
mnari office ln the city. Will also con
sider sale of good will of an exclusive
practice to any physician who presents
evidence of the proper skill and person
ality to handle my patients. Leaving
city to enter Army .vovemDer o. write b ,
o. Lwegonian. ior interview.
vate family with other help. No laundry.
ROSE CITY PARK.
Modern residence, partly furnished;
vacant November 4. Tabor 5940.
A FINE, modern 6-room house, large rooms
and plenty or light, tun cement oase
ment and At furnace; lots of fruit trees
und berries; 15 minutes' Tide to city; near
two carjines; will make reasonable terms
IF YOU are, looking for a new, modern
7-room home. Bee my place ac .a ana
Wasco, in Laurelhurst. Phone B 2150.
FIRST-cIass manicurist at the Board o(
Trade barber shop, 4tn ana ubk.
to responsible party. You are dealing with J WANTED First-class porter at Board ol
owner. East 1315.'
Trade barber shop. 4th and Oak.
Bousrht last March, with A. B. C. self-
starter and shock absorbers, spotlight.
dashboard. lieht and speedometer, de
mountable rims, tire rack. 2 extra tires.
Phone Tabor 5U1 or can be seen at 565
E. 4lst North.
WANTED A second girl in private family;
good wages. Apply 4i:i vista ave.
WANTED Middle-aged housekeeper by un-
Incumbgred widower. K im, iTegom-jn.
WANTED Two relinquishments; will give
17 pair choice lots, 50x140, In Oklahoma
City; all within 2 blocks of carline; gas
and water through addition. Have
brought from (oOO to $400 per pair.
t e. oregonian.
SaiHiO LOAN WANTED On coal (not lig
nite) and timber lands ln Washington
which are, adapted for agricultural pur
poses; . Might use liberty bonds. T
EVRLBM Jawairr vutxoaa. charms, via
ew designs, Jaeger' 'rotu, 131 - Sta BL
FRIBDLANDER'S for lodge emblems, class
pins and medals. 810 Washington ax.
WANTED To rent by responsible couple,
without children, 5 or 6-room house;
miiiit bA modem and rood condition, with
garage; will take lease and fur. best of
references. S 94. Oregonian.
DONALDSON" In this city, October 25, at
the family residence, :10 Fremont street,
W. W. ( Billy Donaldson, youngest son
of Jane M. and the late William Don
aldson; brother of Mrs. Bert Jackson, Mrs.
C. L. Peobier, Mrs. R. A. Lucia and James
K. Donaldson, of this city; M. C. Donald
eon, of Salmo B C, and Scott Donaldson,
of Santa Rosa, Cal. The remains are at
the residence establishment of J. P. Fin
ley & Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
HOLTR At the famllv residence. 5f2S For-
tv-fifth avenue Southeast, October n, Mrs.
Minnie M. Holte, aged 55 years, wife of
Chris C. Holte; mother of Hans S., Carl
J., Marshall W. and Gilbert P. Holte, Mrs.
Isball Rice, Mrs. Tho. Meesner, Mrs. J. R.
Walker and Mrs. B. Taylor, all of this
city, and Sergeant Paul E. Holte. U. S. A.,
Virginia. The remains are at the parlors
of F. S. Dunning, Inc., 414 East Alder.
HOUrfE for sale 6-room bungalow, mod- runenu noma in iner iwu
ern. by owner. Full cement basement, I OBKRSTALLER At the family residence. 8
THE rental problem solved. Build an emer
gency cabin yourseii in two aays at an
Initial cost of $150. we furnish, every
thing. Inquire The Emergency Realty
Co., 511 Lumbermen s oiug., .fortianu.
ID 15 FORD for sale, recently overhauled;
new k to race battery, aemountaoie rims.
excellent mechanical condition. T 66,
GRAPES for sale. Concords, brine your own
baskets. ick them yourseii. ormsoy, 4
blocks east ol depot, oak Grove, Oregon
furnace, gas stove, electricity, 100x100 lot,
wit h garage. 1 bi, oregonian.
WANTED to rent 6 or 7-room modern house
with earaire. at once, by responsible peo
ple; in vicinity of 2Mb. and Sandy. Cail
WANTED Night watchman- and engineer.
$. a month, board, room and laundry
Included. State school for iear, Van
couver. Wash. Phone Vancouver 101.
FOR SALE 9- room modern double con
structed house; lot 54xls; fct. Johns.
Should be sen to be appreciated. $3500;
terms. Fhone Last Z.
See my new Overland advertised under
"Automobiles,' today's Journal. AK 7U3,
Wendell is now a corporal and hi
brother. Sergeant Elwyn McCargar, of
the Aviation Corps, is in line for pro
tainer. No liquids or articles in glass
should be sent. For wrapping the
gifts use a khaki or colored handker-
The Red Cross representatives will motion to a Lieutenancy.
wrap the parcels in strong wrapping
paper and will see that tne laDei ana
its Inspection tag are attached. Tbe
War Department will make an effort to
see that every parcel reaches the con
signee on or about Christmas day.
RATE CUTS NOT ALLOWED
Even Red Cross Gets So Concessions
Under Federal Control.
SALEM, Or, Oct. 26 (Special.)
Orders of the Director-General that
no discrimination should be shown for
municipalities, counties or other or
ganizations by granting: them a lower
WARXIXG ISSUED AGAIVST All-1 f reigrht rate than to anyone else, ap-
i.pues equ&iiy ia xiea uross snipmenis,
LECED REMEDIES. it was discovered by Public Service
Commissioner Corey today.
People at Grants Pass wrote to the
t. S. Health Service Says Us oil commission asking for help in sending
out a large snipment or magazines.
Vaccines "ot Yet Advanced Be
yond Experimental Stage.
They explain that between Grants Pass
and aledford a whole carload of. maga
zines could be raised for the benefit of
the soldiers, but it would be necessary
to get the Grants Pass portion to Med
ford to make, up the carload and in
isn innurnia n. paying the local rate between the two
WASHINGTON. Oct. J. fse of vac
cines in combating or treating Span-
experimental stage so far as the United
States public health service has been commission.
able to learn.
In a statement tonight the public
health service warned the public
against any of the "sure cures" being
advocated "for the malady, which ac
cording to reports today is rapidly sub
siding ln all Army camps and is show
ing a lessening Incidence in many
states among civilians.
"it must be remembered.'
towns that an appeal was made to the
Pacific County Way Over Top.
SOUTH BEXD. Wash..' Oct. 26. (Spe
cial.) The following official figures re
garding the result of the fourth liberty
loan in Pacific County were given out
this week by H. W. MacPhail. county
chairman of the campaign: Allotment
said Sur- i to county. $374,000: total amount of
"that several vac- I bonds subscribed for. 1918.150. credited
rinos are beinir tried. The reports re- to the three districts as follows: Kay
ceived do not permit any conclusion I mond. 534.500; Ilwaco and peninsula.
whatsoever regarding the efficacy of
these 'acclnes or their relative merits.
The public health service is watching
the experiments carefully, but is not
urging any form of vaccina treatment.
The health service urges the public
to remember that there is no specific
cure for influenza and that many of
the alleged 'cures' and remedies being
recommended by neighbors, nostrum
venders and others do more harm than
good. The chief reliance must be on
medical attention, good nursing, fresh
air. nutritious food, plenty of water
and cheerful surroundings."
Keports today showed the epidemic
subsiding in Missouri. New Mexico,
Oklahoma. Wyoming and Utah.
Reports from Army camps continued
favorable today and Secretary Baker
indicated his belief that the Army med
ical authorities have the situation in
hand, lie Intimated that tbe epidemic
will not further delay miliary plans to
The number of new eases of influ
enza reported from Army camps today
numbered" 1602, In comparison with
;J75 yesterday. Pneumonia cases de
creased from 500 yesterday to 396 to
S203.T50; South Bend. 3179.900. Soldiers
inithe spruce production division in the
county to the numoer or nearly 2000
subscribed for $:5.000. One-fourth
of this amount was credited to the
South Bend district; one-fourth to the
Ilwaco district and one-half to the Ray
Trapping Profitable Sideline Kow.
KLAMATH FAIAS. Or, Oct. 26
(Special.) With the coming on of the
frosty weather, the hides of many of
the predatory animals again are be
coming an object of Interest to the
hunters and trappers of the county
and Cierk DcLap has issued bounties
for a large number of coyotes during
the last few weeks. Hunting and trap
ping with furs at the present prices
forms an interesting and profitable
sideline for many of the farmers when
the cold weather sets in.
RE-EXECTIOV OF JCDCE C.
Attorneys of Multnomah County on
Record In Support of Candidacy
of Well-Known Jurist.
One of tha stronfre-t Indorsements
made ln the present political campaign
has come to C- U. Gantenbein. Repub
lican nominee for re-election as Circuit
LiJudge of Department No. 6, Multnomah
Cot tape Grove Sees Good ln Epidemic
COTTAGE GROVE. Or. Oct. 2.
(SpeciaL) Some pood may come of the
Influenza epldflnic Teh fact that the
plague is spread through the sputum
has led to Mayor Wheeler receiving
many requests for the enforcement of
the anti-spitting ordinance and he has
piven Health Officer Oglesbjr full au
thorlty to take such action.
FRONT room; clean, sunny, light, nicely
furnl.heU; batn, UKnt. neat, pnone; ror
one, two or three gentlemen. Apply 1S9 j
A COMPETENT younit American woman,
with girl tt yeara old. desires- a position
as housekeeper. Can give references. .Mar
shall rito Monday.
$00 WILL buy touring car, fully equipped,
newtv overhauled, (rood running order:
called East on Government; can he seen
Hunday. 149 Admiral, Pickle V orks.
SACRIFICE sale of 1018 Ford; ipood as nw.
with extras. Owner called to colors.
Phone East 304 between 3 and 6 P. M.
Hast Fourteenth street, October 20, Nor
man Walter Oberstaller, aped 12 years,
run of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Oherstaller,
brother of W. B., Anton J. and Kenneth
Carl Oberstaller. The remains are at the
parlors of F. S. Dunninp, Inc., 414 East
Alder street. Notice of funeral in a later
MILLER In this city, October 25, 101 8,
Dora Ann Miller, aged 'J years 9 months
4 days, beloved wife of J. A. Miller, of 872
Kodney avenue. Kemams are at it. T.
Byrnes' funeral parlors, Williams ave
nue, at Mason street.. Announcement of
funeral in a later issue.
SWARD In this city, Oct. 26. at his late
residence, 331 E. 3th St., Alfred S. Sward,
aired 26 years, husband of Clara B. Sward.
The remains are at the residence estab
lishment of J, P. Finley & Son, Montgom
ery at uth. isottce of iuneral hereafter.
SEABORG Jn this city. October 25. Grace
.Myron, a area -'u years, neiovea wne or
Martin Seaborg, of 199 -Blandena street.
Remains at the R. T. Byrnes' residence
parlors. 901 Williams avenue. Funeral
AGNEW At her late residence, 618 Eighth
street. Georgia Elda Mason Agnew. aged
I'll years. Remains at P. L. Lerch under
taking parlors. East Eleventh and Clay
HA TNE R At the residence, 3P34 Sixty-seventh
Southeast, October -'5, Effie Kayner,
ased 53 years, beloved wife of Truman
Haynor, mother of Calvin and Russel
Hayner, Mrs. Gladys Lambert and Mauri tie
. Hayner, of Portland; daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Renshaw, sister of Martha A.
Dabney, Linnie G. Cottingham, Mrs. E.
O. Osborne, all of Portland; Mrs. Al Fox.
of Indiatiola. Ia, ; M. B. Renshaw, of Se
attle, Wash. Funeral services will be
held at 1 P. M. tomorrow (Monday). Octo
ber 28, at the chapei of Miller & Tracey.
All services strictly private. Interment
at Riverview Cemetery.
McLEES In this city, October 24. Frank
Ernest McLees, aged 35 years 6 months 28
days, son of James R. S. and Sarah A.
McLees, of Grand ville, O.; brother of
Charles W. McLees, of Grandville. O. ;
Thomas Howard McLees, of Branch, Mich.;
James Clyde McLees, of Zanesville, O.,
and Mrs. Clara Dickson, of Grandville. O.
The remains are at the parlors of F. S.
Lunning. Inc., where they may be viewed
by friends Saturday and Sunday, after
which they will be sent to Ohio for
PRICE At the family residence, 1345 Tilla-
mooK street, October 20. Mrs. Parcissa
Price, aged 78 years, 7 months. IS days,
mother of H. W. Price, of this city. rrand-
mother of Mrs. Fred Shulf and Mildred
Price, of this city, and Ward Price. U. S.
A.. France. Private funeral services will
be held at the residence at 1:30 P. M. (to
morrow) Monday. Interment Riverview
Cemetery. F. S. Dunning, Inc., funeral
LEMHARDT In thfs city. October 26, at
family residence, 5?7 Failing street, Hen-
micti Lemnardt. aged eu years z days.
beloved husband of Elizabeth Lemhardt
and father of Harry Lemhardt, of Port
land. Private funeral services at 10 A. M.
tomorrow (Monday), October 28, from
. above residence. Interment Rose City
Cemetery. Funeral arrangement in charge
of R. T. Byrnes.
MEYER In this city, October 25, Hattle
Etta Meyer, aged 2 years, sister of
Richard James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob N. Meyer. The funeral services
will be held from the conservatory
chapel of F. S. Dunning, Inc., 414 East
Aider street, at 10 A. M. tomorrow (Mon
day), October 28. Interment Rose City
Cemetery. Funeral service private on
order of Board of Health.
FOLEY At The Dalles, October 24. Harold
. roiey, aged 29 years, beloved n us ban a
of Mrs. Margaret Foley, son of Mrs. E. B.
Foley, of Portland, and brother of Donald
G. Foley, of Camp Meade, and Julia M.
Foley, of Portland. Private funeral serv
ices will be held from A. R. Zellar Com
pany's funeral parlors at 2 P. M. tomor
row (Monday), October 23. Interment,
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
EDTCK In this city, October 25, Francis
riugene ttaicu, aged ao years, 3 montns, 4
days, husband of Li Hie Edick, father of
uorotny. Kennetn. Frances and Helen, son
of Mrs. Helen I. Edick, brother of Alburn
J. and airs, i' lore nee C. iSva, ot this city.
Private funeral Monday. October 28. at 11
A. M., from residential funeral parlors of
wnson fc Koss. interment in Mount Cal
REDMAN At the family residence, 185
Merman street, fan lne A me He Keaman
aged 34 years, beloved wife of Jacob, and
motner or ineresa and Jjavid Keaman
daughter of Mrs. Thresa Stegmann, of
uswego, ur. .Private funeral services will
be held at Dunning & McEn tee's chapel
tomorrow (Monday), October 28, at 1
P. M. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
HOCKINSON At the family residence, 339
i-iancocit street, ciarnest u. i-iocKinson,
aged 52 years. The funeral services will
be held at the conservatory chapel of F,
S. Dunning, Inc., 414 East Alder street, at
3 P. M., tomorrow (Monday). Interment
in Rose City Cemetery. Deceased was a
member of Mt. Tabor Lodge A. b . and A.
M-, No. 42, and Rose City Camp, W. O.
W. All services private.
LEE in cIty October 23, Olive M. Lee,
aged 23 years, beloved wife of Elmer E.
Lee, mother of Alford W. Lee, sister of
Mrs. Eva Engle, of Portland, Or.. Mrs.
Etta Turner, of Condon, Or. Funeral
services will be held at 11:30 A. M.
tomorrow ( Monday), October 28, at the
chapel of Miller & Tracey. All services
strictly private. Interment at Rose City
GUM BERT At the residence, 125 17th st.
N., Oct. 25. 101 S. George Gumbert. age 74
years, beloved husband of Sarah Gumbert,
father of Meyer. Max, Morris, Julius and
Sam Gumbert, Mrs. Ray Broman and Mrs.
K. Hugarman. Private funeral services will
be held at Holman's funeral parlors at 1
P. M. today (Sunday), October 27, 1918.
Interment Shaarei Torah Cemetery.
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29.
AGATE CtTTEKS AND MFG. JEWELERS.
Jr.Vv" 1 and watch repairing. Miller1!,
" tan. c, .Majestic Tneater Didc.
ALFALFA MEAL. OKOl.ND ItEUS, HAY.
SCOTT. Board or Trade. M. 8WJ7.
ASAVtKS AND ANALYSTS.
My.i,iA:SA ASSAY OFFICE, H2 Second
Oold, ailver and platinum bought.
MOHRIS A. GOLDSTE1X, practice in all
courLs. SU2 Northwestern Bank bids-
VIOLIN, piano, harmony, all string. Kol
Kenueck, 4oa Yamhill. Instruments sold.
EMIL, TH1JSUHORN. violin teacher, pupU
Sevelk. 207 Fliedner bids. Bdwy. 16-H.
myy mo axi rag mo factor y
NoKTHWEST UUli CO., established llioi
Fluff ruga and rag rugs woven, all sires.
East Sth and Ta ior. Kasl 3.V-6, B l-Jx
OPTOMETRISTS ANO OPTICIAN'S.
w- p- ADAMS, attornty-at-law. 10S7 Cham
oer of Commerce. Alain 457.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We buy
auu sen all kinds of barber supplies. 200 d.
DllftP The kind that wear tha best are
iiuuv made from your wornout carpets
by the Northwest Ruff Co. (former ad
dress. 15li Union ave.) Raff rugs woven
all sizes. Carpet cleaning, refitting and
testing, aiaii orders solicited, l&a .fc-ast
fin, phunk EAST 35SO. B 1280.
FLUFF RUG CO-
Phones: East 60 18.
U M. JONES, M. D. CANCEIi TREATED.
812 Morgan bldg. Marshall 6143.
.CULU LOID BUTTONS.
THE- IKWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
SS7 Washington. Broadway 4o4, A 1254.
:iilKOPQl18T AND' ARCH SPECIALISTS
WILLIAM, Estelle and Florelle DeVeney, the
wmij- su.enunc cniropoaist ana area spe
cialists in the city. Parlors 302 UerUngex
blag., southwest corner Second and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
DK. GARTNER, chiropodist. Bunions and
ingrown nails a specialty; foot arches to
order. 310 Swetland bldg. FiXth and
Washington. Main 1081.
Copy Ins work wanted by accurate
stenographer. 3SS E. Burnslde, flat B
FOR SALE i-room house, with fruit treea
In vara: gooa Dargain. owner, Aaatn
Wlgqnt, o Morris st.
WANTED A girl for general housework,
experienced preferred; good wages. Phone
WANTED Good 5-paspenger car; will give
fine lot In Kern I'arK as iirst payment.
L. C. Miller, 42 JN. ZJSt St.
WANTED Young lady for pleasant, easy
position: pood pay. Apply Monday, 10
A. M. to 12 A- 31., 1X7 Spalding bldg
HOUSEKEEPER to care for widower's chil
dren. Good home Xor woman witn small
child; no washing. AK 732, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Garfteld-Studebaker limousine:
will' make good hotel dhs or taxi. w hi
sacrifice. H. Freeman, T42 4th st.
LOST Scarf of Hudson seal In Portland
Hotel or between notei ana Pontorrice.
Call Tabor JH.iS ana receive reward.
4-ROOM house, chicken-house and 3 lots
on carline. near Oregon City. Call Mam
6it50. room '221, Sun. and evenings.
streets. Funeral notice later.
TESTERMAN In this city. October 25, 1918,
r red J. iesterman, aged .Set yeara and 5
months. Remains at K. T. Byrnes resi
dence parlors at 901 WilliaiAa avenue.
Funeral announcement lator.
HURN At the residence of her daughter.
Airs. J. a. null, 143 Alberta street, Maria
E. Hum. Remains were forwarded yes
terday to New Albany, Indiana, by Wilson
ARMBUSTER In this city. Oct. 2, A. E.
ArroDuster, late or Lake View, Oregon. Re
mains at residential funeral parlors of
Wilson & Ross. Funeral notice later.
RANGES In this city, Oct. 26. Walter Ran
ges, late o Boise. Idaho, liemains at the
residential funeral parlors of Wilson &
RossT Funeral notice later.
LARSON In this city. Oct. 26, Lewis Lar
son, aged 38 years. Funeral notice later.
Kemains are at the residential funeral par-
ors 01 Aimer & Tracey.
DEARDORF At Junction City, Kansas. Oct.
lb, Lillian ueardorr, aged 23 years. The
remains are at the residence establishment
01 J. f, in ley & fcon, Montgomery at Sth,
HONSTEIN In this city, Oct. 26. Reuben
j. Monsiein. Kemains at residential fu
neml parlors of Wilson & Koss. Funeral
HULL At the residence. 775 E. Ankenv st-
ucioDer zo, iia, jsenie Eugene Hull, age
1- years, son or .ir. ana jurs. ira ti. iiutl.
hemainH at noiman s funeral parlors.
thoroughly competent. At.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished Irvlngton home.
10 rooms, J Baths, douDie garage, mono
7-ROOM furniFhed house for rent. 318 20th I
5t. South, West Side, pnone Alain 03U3 1
TEAMSTER wanted to haul elabwood and I
tie. $5 per day. ff-mlle haul, two trips.
Dixon S. Howitt Mill, iJull nun, or. ,
FOR RENT lrt-rnom house, unfurnished.
MODERN 7-room house, two blocks from j
P-eaumont car. 54. Tabor 67N3.
LACE curtains hand laundered, called for I
and delivered, by expert. East 61it.
JANITOR of experience.
wans. S BT, oregonian.
Must be living I
PRINTER of 10 years' experience.
. WtLSON A ROSS,
East 7th and Multnomah.
Portland's Most Progressive
Personal service. f
East 54. . C 3165.
WANTED A starting battery.
evenings next weeK.
Call E 79091
ROOMING-HOUSE 15-room. for saJe cheap.
THREE pleasant housekeeping rooms, rea-1
pnnanie. tui .Maaison.
WANT a cheep ranch west of Cascades.
Johnson. 31 E. Morrison.
PIANOS tuned. $X George T. Peck. Tabor
8574. Grad. New h.ng. Conservatory.
HOLMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Third and Salmon Streets,
Main 507. A 1511.
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
BICYCLE for sale. In excellent condition.
10 Phone Marshall 2R31.
CAPABLE woman wlshes hour work. 40 MILLER & TRACEY
wnil nun orarr. r.un II .). tt. ri..
Wash. St., bet. 20th and 21st. West Side.
ila.n 2uL Lady Assistant. A 7H35.
WOMAN wishes place to operate elevator.
FOR RENT Fln Ludwlg piano, mahoff
any case. M E. .ia f..
WILL exchange nice, larire. 3-room apt.
for one smaller. Mar. DJ.iU.
FIRST-CLASS meat cutter wishes position.
Not afraid to worn. AK. 71 ureronlan.
Fl'KNISHED housekeeping; rooms. 1 block I
from N". W. Shipyards, eni V, Hood St..
Cottage Grove Has Only Two Cases.
COTTAGE GROVE. Or., Oct, 2S.
(Special.) Cottage Grove's proverbial
pood luck seems to be holding pood ln
resr&rd to the epidemic of influenza.
Only two cases have been reported
here. One of the patients is again on
the streets and the other Is recovering.
The schools, theaters and all places of
public assemblage remained closed,
Mrs. Price an Old Resident.
Mrs. Narclssa Lee Price, who died at
the home of her son, Harry W. Price,
1S15 Tillamook, street, October 26, hall
STENOGRAPHER wishes position. Tabor I
WANTED Typewriter and addins machine
. t. T.iw,.. u -. rn
i. I I1TII CAT P nftOO Multnomah at Tt K
2 UNFURNISHED H. K. rooms for rent. 554 W IJ-iOWil Ot -TlVJOO Led AMlslan,
J. P. FINLET 4 SON,
Prosressive Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women Attendanta
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main 9. A 1599.
F. S. DUNNING. INC..
THE GOLDEN RULB UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder at. East 52. B 2525.
BREEZE & SNOOK el
FOR SALE Uprtpht Weber piano. In A-l
condition. AN 5S3. Orsonian.
modkhx furnished 2 -room
Sii Hawthorne ave., Kelso-Apts.
DUNNING & McENTEE. funeral director.
Broadway and Pine sixeet. Phone Broadway
apartment. 1 4i.O. A -ios. i-aay auessaas.
191A Bt'ICK, Hup or OMsmobile at the best I neral aervice.
lowest figure. AN S4. Oregonian.
LOST Plnin wrist watch, size 8.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 24-2fi -4th
at., opposite euy Man. .Main boh. i-niiip
Nea A Sons for memorial.
TV'RJ XT riMniCfJ .STREET
MR. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
ral service. E. Gllsan. Tabor 4313.
P T. TRRCH Eaat llth aa CIa SUL
JT. J-l. LiLii.kVjAJ. East 78L B I88S.
ERICS0N TweI an Morrison streets.
A. R. ZELLER CO. tc' fJS
A. D. KEN WORTHY CO..
5802-04 2d St., Lents. Tabor 5267.
6KEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 232 L Lady assistant.
BILLETEI In this city October 25 at the
family residence, n:4 y East Morrison
street. Bertha E. Billeter. aged 17 years.
Funeral services will be held at 3:30 P. M.
tomorrow (Monday), October 2S, at the
residence establishment cf J. P. Finley
A Son, Montgomery at F"ifth. Interment
at Mount Scott Park Cemetery. All serv
ices strictly private.
KBBNAN At the family residence. 721 East
Ash street, October 25, Clara A. Keenan,
aced 59 .years, wifs of A. E. Keenan,
mother of Cl.iude Stewart, Eva L. Ward
and Lester W. Keenan, all of this city.
Private funeral services will be held at the
residence at 2 :30 P. M. tomorrow (Mon
day), concluding services at Portland Cre
matorium. HEMBREE Tn this city October 26, Nellie
M. Hembree, aged 5 years, beloved daui?h-
' ter of J. L. Hembree, sister of Catherine,
Gertrude and Herbert Hembree. Remains
will be forwarded at- 8:30 A. M. today,
October 27. to Eupene. Or., under direc
tion of Miller & Tracey, where services
will be held and interment take place.
FORENSON October 25. 101S, at the family
residence. 14S2 East Ninth North, Leslie
Eugene Porenson, aire 20 years 6 months
ajid 21 days, beloved son of Mrs. Rhoda
Rolfe. Private funeral services will be con
ducted at 2 P. M. today (Sunday), Octo
ber 27, from Pearson's undertaking
parlors, Russel street at Union avenue.
LESTER Anna F. Lester, ' aged 27 years,
wife of Silas Lester, October 24. Private
funeral will be held from Dunning &
McEntee's chapel tomorrow (Monday),
October 28, at 8:45 A. M., thence to the
cathedral at 9 A. M., where requiem
mass wilt be offered. Interment, Mount
Cal vary Cemetery.
OLITT Tn this city. October 2fl. 19.18. Ben
jamin Olitt, age 30 years, or 841 Brooklyn
st., beloved husband of Ettie Olitt, father
of Arnold and Charlotte Olitt. Private
funeral services will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at 2 P. M. today (Sunday),
October 27, 1318. Interment Talmud Torah
CHAPMAN Near Mt. Scott, Oct. 23, Mary
Chapman, aged 6J years, frivate funeral
services will be conducted Monday, Oct.
28, at 2:30 P. M., in the mortuary chapel
of A. T. Kenworthy & Co.. 5802-04 2d
St. S. E., Lents. Interment Multnomah
COOLE In this city October 25, Walter H.
Coole, B.ged 37 years, husband of Mrs.
Frances Coole, of 408 Brazee street. The
remains will be forwarded Monday, Octo
ber 2S. byiT. P. Finley & Son, to Seat
tic. Wash.," where services will be held
and interment made.
DIBBLEE At the residence. 4P3 E. 11th st.
N., October 2ti, 1!H8, Sarah Ann Dibblee.
ape 80 years, widow of the late T. W.
Dibblee. mother of W. C. Dibblee. Private
funeral services will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow
(Monday), October 28. 1918. Interment
FARNSWORTH At Gilbert station, October
25. Annoie Farnsworth. aped 49. Private
funeral services will be conducted today
(Saturday) at 4 r. si. in tne mortuary
chapel of A. D. Kenworthy & Co.. 5S02-04
92d St. S. E., Lents. Interment Multnomah
KERNAN October 25, at 879 Borthwlck
street. Curtis G. Kernan. aped 13 years.
beioved son pf Mr. and Mrs. Georpe
Kernan. Private funeral services will
be held from the above residence at 10
A. M. tomorrow (Monday).- October 28.
Interment. Mount Calvary Cemetery.
DONALDSON The funeral services of the
late William W. Donaldson will be held
at 2:30 p. M. tomorrow (Monday), Octo
ber 28. at the residence establishment of
J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
Incineration at the Portland Crematorium.
All services strictly private.
PENROSE Funeral services for the late
Owen B. Penrose will be held Tuesday,
October 29, at 2:3ft o'clock P. M.. at the
residence establishment of J. P. Finley &
Son, Montgomery at Fifth. Interment at
Mount Scott Park Cemetery. All services
SEABORG Private funeral services for
Grace Myron Seaborp, oeloved wife of
Martm Seaborp, will be held Monday, Oc
tober 28, from R. T. Byrnes' residence
parlors. 901 Williams avenue, at Mason
street, at 3 P. M. Interment, Rose City
WELLS In this city. October 26, 1918, Clif
ford Wells, son or Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wells, of Rldpefield, Wash. Services at
cemetery at Kfdperield, Wash., at 4 P. M.
Monday. October 28. In charge of Wilson
CORNING At the residence. 453 E. Jessnp
st., Oct. I'd. litis, oeorge w. corning, age
34 years. Remains forwarded by the Hol
man Undertaking Co. this (Sunday) morn
ing to Willamina. Or., where services Will
be held and intermenr made.
WIGLE: The funeral services of the late
Eva Wigle will be held at 2 P. M. today
(Sunday). octoDer rrom tne cnapei or
Miller & Tracey. All services strictly
private. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
GILMORE Phoebe Gilmore, aged 80 years,
October 25. Private funeral services will
be held at Dunning & McEntee chapel
Monday. October 2S, at 11 A. M. Inter
ment Mount Scott Cemetery.
BOCK The remains of the late George
Bock will be forwarded at 9 A. M. to
day, October 27,. under direction of Miller
& Tracey, where services will be held and
interment? take place,
DUNN Andrew J. Dunn, aged 33 years, Oc
tober 23. Private funeral services will
be held today (Sunday) at the Mount
Scott Park Crematorium chapel at 2
P. M. Dunning & McEntee, directors.
McLANE The remains of the late Robert C.
McLane will be forwarded by Wilson &
Ross to La Grande, Or., on 5 P. it, train
DR. McMAHON, Mac lea. y bldg.. 100 chiro
practic World's best. Adjustments made
easy. Obstinate cases 50c rates.
CRANE LETTER CO., 010-11-12 Royal bldg.
Mdr. 5Sa 1O0 letters, multigraphed, $1.00.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
No collections, no charge. Established 1900.
MRS, FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private instructor; classes
Tues., Fri., 8 to 10. 109 2d st.. between
Washington and Stark. Main 2100.
ALISKY Dancing Academy; private Instruc
tions, day and evening classes. Friday
evening, 2d floor Alisky bldg. 8 lessons $5.
CiLAiiSKS AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on the
hflHi nf raDable service. Thou-
- . sands at satisfied patrons. A
trial will convince. Chaa. W. Goodman,
optometrist. Ult Morrison. Main -1-4.
CLEANA PAINTING CO. Scllwood &
K. C. WK1UHT T years' experience U. 3.
and foreign patents. C01 Dekum bldg.
GOLDBERG, 620 Worcester bias. Main
DR. K. A. PHILLli'S. 005 Broadway bldg.
ltheumatism, female disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach. liver, kidneys, bowels,
throat, goitre, scalp, high blood pressuro.
Increased efficiency: druiiiesH treat-
'O menu Goitre, paralysis, headacho.
tonsllltls. Dr. Waiters, 30U Swetland Didg.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale pricei
Stark-Davis Co., 212 Third. Main 7117.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbein. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. lOHi, Front at.,
cor. Stark. Main or A 141S.
PRINTING fst Tn
W. BALTES & COMPANY.
d Oak sts. Main 105. AIIOj.
Giants, all Bgeu, at rea
sonable prices. St. John
ear, stop Portsmouth and,
Lombard, two blocks south
to Oberlin street.
fcifcCOX D-1I A I STORES.
LEV IN HOW. & FUKN. CO..
221 Front St.
We buy and sell anything In the Hard
ware and furniture line. Phone Main
11972. A 7174.
MAIN 5D40 Buy and seli second-hand tools.
Junk, old automoouea.
RINGLER'S Dancine School, 14th off Wash
All the popular dances, private and class. c M OLSON TRANSFER CO.. 24 PINE.
MANCHESTER, 85 5th St., S private les
sons, 5. All new dances tauprht.
DR. HARRY SEMLER. Dentist. 204 Alisky
bldg.. Third and Morrison. Main 6576.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
DR. G. H. HUTHMAN, veterinarian, hospi
tal, 410 hj. tn st. iast 147. a jye.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casseday, specialist, glasses fitted.
70(1 B. Burnside, cor. 20th. B 13H3, E. 4734.
HEMSTITCHING, 10 cents p yard; accor
dion, knlte and oox pleating; buttons cov
ered, tucking and braiding; also embroid
ery work done. Mail orders promptly at
tended to. EASTERN NOVELTY CO,
85H 5th Bt. between Oak and Stark sts.
K. STEPUAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat, Duttons covered; mall
orders. 2111 Plttock block) Broadway 10119.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
AMERICAN TRANSFER & STORAGE
New Auto Trucks, 1. 2 and 3 tons
Phone Broadway 413:'.. 309 Oak Street.
Let us figure with you.
6 & C TRANSFER CO..
Baggage checked at your home. We
store everything. Auto delivery to all
parts of the city; reasonable charges.
Office 270 Third St.
Phone Main 5750. .
OJIEGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan st.
corner of 13th. Telephone Broadway Ufcl
or 1169 We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest insurance rates ln tne city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK & WAREHOUSE, Of
fice 189 Madison. General merchandise
h enrwflrdin? asrents. Phone Main lblll.
and forwarding agents. Phone Ma
DR. Hasselstrom. Kjellbergs Syst.. 17 yrs'
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
Engineers, founders, machinists, boiler
makers, boiler and blacksmith shop. Of
fice and works, Hawthorne ave. and East
OREGON Conservatory (school) nf Music.
2c floor Russel: oiag. 'over tne "Lion ).
Entrance lG."t4 4th St., cor. of Morrison.
PIANO LESSONS, S3 PER MONTH. 269
14TH ST., AUAit JKFrbHhUfl. juain aayj.
lady attendant. R12 Dekum. Main 970.
HIGHEST prices paid old watches and Jew.
elry. Condition no object. Repairs a spe
cialty Reiner Jewelry Co., 44!tt Wash. st.
Multnomah Fuel Co. M. B540. A 2111
OAK wood delivered 11 cord. Pike Wood
Yard. Yamhill. Oregon. ""
WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO., 9th and Oak.
MENDOTA COAL CO.,
Bldg. Main 7472
415 N. W. Bank
DRY GOODS NOTIONS.
L, D'i.KELSPIEL m.Ti
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade Bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front St.
IIUJKS, WOOL, CASCARA BASK.
KAHN BROS.. 195 Front St.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER CO.. 12th and Davis Sts.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
riPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SVFPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, S4-66 Front st.
PRODI CE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDING & FARRELL, 140 Front st.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordag Co., llth and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., T2th and Davis Sts.
MILLER Wall Paper & Pt. Co.. 172 First St.
MORGA N WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d St.
Daily and Sunday
One Une Jj0
Two consecutive times c
Three consecutive times 3uo
bix or seien consecutive times ottc
The followins; classifications excepted,
tbe rate on which is 7c per line per day:
Situations Wanted i.iale. Situations
Private families. Board and Rooms
Private families. Housekeeping Rooms
Private families. No ad taken for
less than two lines. Count bix words to
tbe line. Advertisements (except "Per
sonals") will be taken over the tele
phone If the advertiser Is a subscriber
to either phone. No price will be quoted
over the phone, but statement will be
rendered the following day. Advertise
ments are taken for Tsje Daily Ore
gonian until 8 P. M.: for The Sunday
oregonian until 6 P. M. Saturday.
CLARKE BROS., Florists, 2S7 Morrison st.
Main or A 1S05. Fine flowers .and floral
designs. No prancn stores.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. Florists, 354
Washlneton. Main 269, A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
IRVINGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4th and
Yamhill. Funeral designs; iowbbi ynuca.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washington
St., bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1161.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215. A
bldg., 6th and Alder sts.
LUBLINER. Portland hotel. 328 Morrison st.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Room 153 Courthouse, Sth St.
Phone from 8 to 5, Main 378, Home Fbone
A 2523. NiKiit call after office Hours, wooa
Report all cases of cruelty to the above
address. Electric lethal chamber for small
animals. Horse ambulance for sick and dis
abled animals at a moment's noflce. Any
one desiring a dog or other pet communl- .
cate with us. Call for all lost or strayed ,
stock. a we look after all lmpounaing.
There Is.no more city pound, just Oregon
Humane Society. ,
169-171-173 SECOND STREET, NEAR
NO AUCTION SALES UNTIL FURTHER
EVERYTHING- YOU WANT SOLD AT
. PRIVATE SALE
Includlner FUR!VITIJRE CARPETS,
RllJS, MNOLECM, SI EEL RANGES,
iAS RANGES, HEATING STOVES,
ETC".; ALSO OFFICE KLR.VISHINGS,
STORE KIXTI RES and other elfects;
ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF
GROCERIES AT SPECIAL PRICES
J. T. WILSON, Proprietor.
Cash Paid for Furnltnre, Etc. Main
Send Us Your Old Carpets,
Old Ross and Woolen Clotnlnic.
We Make Reversible, Hsvnd - W oven
They Wear Like Iron.
Hall Orders. Send for Booklet.
Hag Hue Woven, All Siaea.
9x2 Rugs Steam Cleaned $1.50
WESTERN FLUFF Bl'G CO,
M Union Ave. N. Eaat B510, B H75.
FOR MORTGAGE lOAJiS see Oregon
Investment & Mortgage Co, 222
Chamber of Commerce.
191 SECOND ST.
If you are looking: for bargains in.
used furniture, we have a nice
assortment to choose from and will
gladly sell you anything you re
quire at any time, and will convince
you that you can save money by
buying from us.
We deliver and guarantee all
goods sold at private eale.
By request of the Board of Health
we will not hold any auction sales
until further notice.
JNO. B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
302 WILCOX BLDG. Main 702. A 3702.
A 15 INVESTMENT.
Small apt.-house, lot and furnishings;
excellent location; present rental $140 per
mo.; cash $7000, balance on time. HC 613,
LAURELHURST 8 rooms, good tocati on,
100 feet frontage. 110 LaUdlnxton Court,
corner E. OJlsan and biith mia. Tabor