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TITE SUNDAY OKEGOXTAX, PORTLAND, 3rAKCn 1G, 1919.
High School Coaches to Meet
and Arrange Schedule.
NINE TEAMS IN LEAGUE
lijr Middle of This Week All Aspir
ants for Places on Different Ag
gregations Will Be Out.
The 113 Interscholastic baseball
r jedule will be drawn up by the high
t caooI coaches at a meeting at Mult-ji-:n:io
club nxt Thursday afternoon.
Nine schools will play baseball this
year. Christian Brothers, dropping out
of ihe league. The schools to have
teams again this season will be Jef
ferson, Washington. Lincoln. Frank
In. Benson. Columbia, Commerce,
Ja nes John and If i IL
By the middle of this week all of
the coaches will have several, teams
limbering up and by next week prac
tice will be well under way. Several
of the schools already have turned out
for indoor work in the gymnasium, but
little or no outride work has been
Nearly all of the schools are well
supplied with letter men and some fast
teams should take the field this season.
Kranklin wen the championship last
ear but will lose its pitcher, Ed
Thompson. Thompson worked like a
big leaguer on the mound for the
Quaker last year and fanned an aver
age of about 12 men per game. Tucker,
last year's Franklin catcher, also will
te missing. Both Thompson and ;
Tucker entered the students' army
training corps at Oregon Agricultural
College last year and played on the
Aggie football aquad. Both are now
in Portland, but are through as far as
fcigh schools are concerned.
JVew Talent to Be laed.
' Coach White will have to work hard
to make up for the loss of Thompson
and Tucker, but hopes to fill the
breach from the following who have
signified their Intentions of turning
out: "Skin" Reynolds, Hallier, Jones,
5"ehrung, "Babe" Hobson. Harry
Thomas, Charley Thomas, Blake,
Knight, Bennett and Whetstone. Harry
Thomas, Reynolds, Jones and Zehrung
played baseball at Franklin last season
M.nd will form the nucleus of this year's
George Dewey will coach the Lincoln
team and will have four letter men in
Jrve Cole. Oailo. Helmke and Knkelis
to build this year's nine around. Others
at Lincoln who are out for positions
are Beck, Stien, Barton, W right, Leo
Jietta, Kingsley, Harris Clow and Berry.
As yet a coach has not been named
at Jefferson, but the boys already are
declaring themselves ready for base
ball and will turn out next week. The
last year men back at Jefferson are
Andrews, Laird, Gray. Julian, Anderson
and Ilainmett. Humans and Coulter,
both crack baseball players, are eligible
this season and will strengthen the
WaikliKtoi Oat look Bright.
Ir. W. A. Fenstermacher again will
te in marge of the diamond game at
Washington, and with his star pitcher
fr'coti back in company with several
other letter men, the outlook for this
fa&on ia bright. As yet practice has
not been railed, but some sort of light
ifturkout will be indulged In this meek.
Among thoe who have signed up for
b -isvbitl! at Washington so far are
Kin-hi. Kdlund. Raeenovich, Scott,
leirrson. Irvine. Clark. Rowley, Mc
C.trdy. Ha yd n, tluak and Lulph. Dolph
in captain of this year's Washington
lach Murphy is not enthusiastic
er his prutprt-ts at Commerce, but is
r raily to make the best of them. Those
tio will answer first call for baseball
at Commerce will be Anderson. G rider,
l':iulbat-h. Oliver, Mock. Wagner, Rich
arilson. Masters. Stringham and Bast lan.
Herman Cook, who will look after the
destinies of the Columbia University
te.-iin. Is very optimistic for this season
and hopes to have his aggregation well
up in the running. First he will have!
Tuny Dwyer. last years all-star third-!
b.iieinan bark, other speedy letter men
w ho are ready for another season are
B rt Jacobberger, Ray Keating. Fete
Sweeney. Johnson. Murphy and Prls
rolL Among the new men out who look
-jrorniinfC are cook. Manning. Walker,
.McKtel. tchck.tr, Settle ton and Lunn-
Ha-oa Proaperta (ood.
Coach Campbell at James John has
nothing to complain about. He will
bave John VVulf, Iick Girt, Johnson.
Jiiatt. Toole and a number of others to
mold a team this season. Wulf pitched
fair ball last year and should show
iM improvement this season.
Benson had a pretty good ball club
last season and should have even a
b-tter one this year. Toung Baker,
brother of Iel Baker, crack Fort land
en t cher, is the first string pitcher for
Krnson. He worked like a veteran
in several of last season's games, but
in tther rontests was inclined to be
a little wild. With a season's experi
ence he should be just right. Other
ballplayers at Benson are Scott. Len
nox. Campbell. Ferguson, Durham.
J'aliner, Ktchels, Lind. Connolly, Cooper,
and Sherrttt. About -0 others are
expected to turn out for the team at
Nine letter men are back at Hill In
the persons of Al Berger, Verne John
son. Wilbur Nelson, Heyden, Dick Ball.
J'hil Boyd. Rus.ell Fage. Wilbur Haines.
Irving Day and Terry Livertnore. New
men who have told Coach Irvine of
their intention to try out are Royal
Vnley. Harold Dooley, Krrold Halton,
.Mtlburn Knight. 'Stub" Pendleton. Rob
inson. Johnny Smith. Georee Wricht,
Fred Hooper. Tyle Brown, Bert Hatha
way, Tom Took. Tom Bollard. George
Crawford and Norris Coleman.
EOLF MATCHES ARRANGED
AVAVFRI.KY rOVXTHT CUDS
f LAY Kits OCT FOR PKIZ:.
l onr Trams Made l"p and AH Con-
tot; to n- IMnyrd Ho fore the
Fiot of April.
Four teams of four men each com
ett of players with the 16 lowest
sxrtK score st the Waverley Country
vlui will fisrht it out for a prize to
go to the Kolfer winning the largest
numhr of matches, all contests to be
played before April 1. Kach man
to play mate h -play at scratch with
very other man on his team.
The four teams are made up as fol
lows- No. 1. A. K. White. A. S. Kerry.
1L I- Mar lea y and P.lchard Wilder: No.
. A. I'ettyirovr. Ir. fc r. L. Mae-
IrrKor. Pr. S S. Slorum and W. K.
Prarion: No. 3. U. A. loiter. lr. A. A.
Mrnon, tlordon Voorhiea Jr. and A. B.
2cott; .No. 4. Alan !!. i A. Hart. N. E.
Ayer and W. F. Kettenbach.
Th cherry tree, made famous through I
I the antics of George Washington, is a
symbol of troth. Indeed!
Whenever and wherever a man hap
pens upon "a cherry tree he Immedi
ately thinks of things G. W. and his
When the new Del Monte golf links
at Pebble beach were laid out the pro
fessional must have had c guilty con
science. At the first tee. Just where
the matches get under way. a cherry
tree was planted. Before the players
tee off their attention is attracted to
the tree and they are sworn to truth
fulness. Verily, the cherry tree is there
for a purpose.
MISS PAYNE WILL GO EAST
Fancy Divinjr Champion to Defend
Title at Detroit, Michigan.
Miss Thelma Payne, national women's
fancy diving champion, will compete in
this year's championships which will
be staged by the Detroit Amateur Ath
letic club March 29. At a meeting of
the board of directors of the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club tomorrow night;
the details will be threshed out, and it j
will be decided whether Instructor Jack
Cody will accompany Miss Payne. It)
s very likely that Mr. Cody will make
Harry Fischer, secretary and swim
ming trustee of the winged "M" insti
tution, telegraphed the Michigan or
ganization yesterday formally advising
them that the pride of the women's
annex of the local club will defend her
title won from her teammate, Constance
4 HOCKEY TEAMS MAY" PLAT
Seattle and Vancouver May Meet
Montreal and Ottawa.
VANCOUVER. B. C, March 15. Four
hockey clubs. Montreal, Ottawa, Van
couver and Seattle, may meet in a series
In Seattle and ancouver next week
for the world's hockey championship.
Frank Patrick. ancouver, president
of the Pacific Coast Hockey association,
has suggested that the coming east and
west series be made a four-club affair.
as Montreal, the eastern champions,
and Ottawa, the runners up, are on their
If the plan does rot go through Se
attle, the winners of the Pacific coas
championship, will meet Les Canadien.
of Montreal for the big title in a two-
club tourney here.
Dow Walker to Play Pushball.
Dow V. Walker, superintendent of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic club,
will lead a team of pushball artists
a en ins t the best team in the Multno
mah clubhouse pushball league
Multnomah field this morning. Wal
ker's aggregation will be comprised
of members of the club, who have jus
returned from active service and who
learned the game at the various army
cantonments, where it has gained much
prominence. The game has been se
for 10 . o'clock.
Baseball Game Scheduled.
The annual St. Patrick's day baseball
frame at Columbia university will be
played tomorrow on the university
campus at 2:30 P. M. It will be the
first game of the season at that insti
tution. A snappy battle Is expected,
for the "Sons of Erin" will take on the
Bolshevik 1 nine. Murphy and Quinn
will form the battery for the "Sons of
Krin. Kay Keatinsr, the well-known
Interscholastic hurler. will work in the
box for the BoNhevikl.
Co-eds to Play Cricket.
Features of women's athletics during
next term at Oregon Agricultural col
lege will be swimming meets, tennis
tournaments, baseball and cricket
Swimming and tennis are recognized as
major sports in women's athletics. Miss
Ecuth Welbourn. instructor in the phys
ical culture education department, will
coach baseball. Cricket is to be played
as a class game on the campus fur the
Letters Await Athletes.
There are letters on the sporting
editor a desk for Tomrnv Tracev. ex
boxing instructor of the Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club, and Morris Lux
K.in'ax rMtv boxer.
Directory of Prominent
Life insurance Agencies
U embers of Life Under&rileri
Auociation of Oregon,
W m Goldman. General Mtniftr
M. O. Col too. Manager.
KAS5ACH UtofcTTS MUTUAL. LIFB.
Chamber of Commtrct llldg.
B. 1 Harmon. Genacal Agent.
iorthwcaicrn Bank Bldg.
Horace Mt Klein. Manager.
NEW K.NGLANU MUTUAL, L4F&
Nortfiweiicrn Bank Bids.
H. R. Aitn. G-neral Agent.
NORTH WESTEKN MUTUAL LIKE INS. CO,
TOO L.ITK TO M.ASIKY.
ONB flnt-rlana ptario. "WVsr Firos.. New
York." in the bt of condition: parlor
ru. S3lVt;; small ruz and rue rs to
mutch; 1 1 lrary t.t h).. t nprln
W her sea i rtrkir. touch, nupr and
i u.th.onn : ine braM nt H tul. elt riv la nip
anl ref rlKralor : every t hi riff a! mogt new,
for til take hondu r Reparate-
1y. Cu.l JUJ N. lith ft., mr. Kearney.
Wil.l.. se.i or trade my equity in povd S0
acre l.irm. arr-i car-d. 3 min-s from
U. R., a miles fr.-m I'orCanii; will b no
Mount H-Hjtl t.gl w y w hen uii;t ; .t;:"fU
w ith rtix-k and ttnp:emn:s, Jint w ith
ut. Wiii trade for riunki v engine, or good
sar timber, bai. $if"0 in Tt yr., fi', pay-
atje anmia'ty. Jame T. Ogden. Fandy, Or.
PKTKR A. PORTER CIRCLE XO.
U-ins of the Jrand Army, wlii give a
I in y v fnn'tui) h it-rnotn. .vc.i r-h 11, at
Ka ker's hall, cor nor of K IP igj worth and
A!hina avtnue. Admission -5 ctnis. Good
i'Olt KENT ,1-room unfurnished apart
ment; 'eam heat, pnv ite phone anil
bnth. '.7: no children: Wavcr!'7 Court.
K.t -t.th and Clinton sta. Janitor in
more next to entrance.
Ol NG woman with two little girls wishes
position as houst keeper; Vancouver rt-f-erencs.
Call Mrs. Hunter, oil Grant St.,
t h . Vsnrouver. Wan!:.
W ANTE I Silent or ai ti e partner. I am
going to Alaska shortly and h ive a good
proposition for someone with limited
mratii. L s, Or.iii.'in.
VOH f?A LK I'heap, Vii tn!a, t pewrlter
deiK with iira ers. e.ectric 'amp, box
couch and other article. A ViU.V
KINK housekeeping room and sleeping room
for geniner;; minutes' a,k from pot-off:r-.
V M A N iintev1 for lisht hfmy.vurk; small
wage and rood horn-: snl! family. AI11
ler Pharrracv. Jt. North Ttiird rt.
KE'I iS'f K I: Ki ph:trmac:s. long experienced,
best refTTces and live wire. Allller
P"rTt.i'v. North Third.
K. 'K !-AI.K or exchange for sm
e;-lc;ly modern eight rooms.
7:r Hoyt st.
aitics. Hereford hotel,
ENPEKI KvckD chamoermaid.
ho:'. 7:tr. Hoyt.
S A WM 1 M. at W
Ir.int yix. fin
3U-TON truck; must svll; good iiiape. East
WANTED Meat hc.-k.it nd trolleys.
K..vinar .. IM Front.
lto M with
t'ore E ir
t.m ri. modern ion eniences.
S A NTED Millinery maker
King & Co..
E l-EK IENEr music teacher; rates rea
nnb. M.iin fi ' --V
KVlNRl'l'E motor canoe for sale.
CHD home for younc woman In exchunce
for T'ght liousefceping. K 4. Orvgonhtn.
.uit taxi 'wad"stai 4ui 7tith u
TOO T.ATE TO CLASSIFY.
ON HAND FOR IM MEDIATE DELIVERY.
1 No. 2 jaw crusher, with screen and
1 model 61 Marion track shovel.
1 model -0 siaiion track and traction
1 Austin Giant road grader.
1 extra heavy Avery traction engine,
50 -4-inrh gauge dump cars.
150 3.-inch gauge 4-yd. dump cars.
5 Srt-inch taupe dinky locomotive.
1 1-yd. clamshell bucket.
1 li-yd. clamshell bucket,
rt bei t-driven compressors.
Gasoline engines from ti-H. P. to 60-
a. f.. stationary.
2 8-ton. -0-mch. gauge gasoline locomo
6 sts st Iff-leg derrick Irons.
, 1 7xl 1. D. American hoisting engine.
1 3-drum American hoisting en
-." sets SO.OuO-cap. all-steel logging
'o tons 60-Jb. relay rails.
1") tons 4't-lb. relay rails.
to tons 20-lb. relay rails.
1 40-ton Helsler locomotive.
1 tf-'t-ton Helsler locomotive.
1 Switcher tvpe locomotive, 4 ."-ton.
1 liIdwln rod locomotive, .lo-'ton.
1 B.ildwin rod locomotive. &-ton.
1 Baldwin rod locomotive. 7.-ton.
1 -4x48 Corliss 4-valve engine. -
1 xlM Chandler-Taylor engine,
.14x11 return tubular boilers.
;txlH return tubular boilers.
2 Tmi-H. P. firebox boilers.
1 2r.o-H. P. firebox boiler, 123-lb.
1 fiO-H. P. firebox boiler.
Piledriver hammers. 14O0 to 4000.
1 used icow. .16x100.
Drag line scrapers, crushers, elevators,
steam pumps of all sizes, machine tools,
compressors, rails, dump cars.
Send us your inquiries for anything In
Iron or woodworking machinery. lodging,
sawmill. shipbuilding and contractors'
equipment and suno'les.
BL'KKE MACHINERY COMPANY.
Railway Exchange ttldg.
Main V.! 12. A 2423.
TO EXCHANGE 3-0 acres. 215 In culti
vation, W) in crop, 30 acros fine oak tim
ber, bala nee open pasture; 2 miles from
town; good barn and fences, fair bouse;
tfO acres bottom land; 8 horses. 10 cows
and heifers, cream check $150 per month;
3.' hogs, and all necessary farming imple
ments. Price $27.50O. including every
thing: will take $14..VH trade, bul. terms.
C. C. Low. 830 R razee at. Phone East 1445.
2 l.,AUJE rooms over private garage on Hal
sey st.. 'IrvJngton," which could be ued
for housekeeping; stove installed for cook
ing, running water, electric lights, but no
bathtub; free water; also lots of ground
for garden; rent $10 month; adults only,
on account of garage; must give refer
ences. Phone Monday morning from to
12. East 751;.
WANTED Experienced saleslady to assist
In sewing machine dept. Apply employ
ment office, 6th. floor, Meier & Frank Co.
FOR SALE By owner. 100xl.0 lot at Mult
nomah station, on O. K. railway. Small
house and barn. Bull Run water, electric
lig-his, gas and telephone service. Fruit
trees, large lawn and flowers: commands
beautiful view. Price $luou; terms. K. O.
Schaefer, Main 1.".7.
4-CYLIXDKU Case touring car, electric
lights and starter, in first-class mechani
cal condition; $000, terms to responsible
BR ALT AUTO CO.,
U Washington. St. Main 4S30.
S:;2.".u ATTRACTIVE 6-room bungalow.
uleenln- noreh. flreoiace. built-ins. hard
wood floors, chicken house 15x40, two lots
4Oxl00 each: near peninsula park; S10O0
csh. Call Sunday bet. 1 and 4 o clock,
14:;i Michigan ave., Kenton car.
BEAUTIFUL RoKe City park bungalow; 5
large, airy rooms, breakfast alcove, fur
nace, fireplace, oak floors; beautiful loca
tion, paved St.; garage. Price $300; $500
ca.h, $25 a month. F. B. Turner, 312
Henrv bidg. Main 7847.
UN Til E 10th of March a notice appeared in
the Journal stating that I. A. Goldberg,
was not responsible for any debts con
tracted bv Celia OoMberg. I now wish
to give notice that I withdraw that state
menu A. GOLDBERG.
B. C. LAND 67i acres on the Grand Trunk
Pacific road, 40 acres in cultivation, good
buiidtngu; price $20 per acre; will accept
Oregon or Washington property. Address
J. Brooks, box J52, route 3. Lents sta.,
Portland. Or.. ph.ne Tabor :t505.
Hi'DSoN i-4t, taken In exchange on a Frank
lin, just a dandy buy lor tne money; oniy
1750, terras if desired.
BRALV AUTO CO..
ot Washington St. Main 4SS0.
TKl'riTWoKTH V bookkeeper - stenographer
would like management oi nmei. ur ni
have von to offer for K years experience?
Helen Watson. 57:5 Qulmby st.
GIRL for y-neral housework, family of 3.
Phone Last o-o.
M AN of nt appearance. -. to .hi ears.
fair eduvat ion, willing i wora naru ior
advancement; good fcalary to Mart: give
personal dei-rf prion, relerences and phone.
A L I'.!". Oregon ian.
HAVE a let to trad" for an automonue;
,VxloO ft., 1 1IK. rrotn scnooi. isi-iiaos
neighborhood, east facing: will trade for a
god automobile. Call 156 Glenn ave. N.t
nc.ir prescoit s.
WANTF.D Two men to fall and hut k tim
ber for email mill near i-ortiana uy con
tract: tool furnished. Call before 3 P. M.
Sund:iv. 41.S Kaju 12th M. North, city.
WAN'TLD To rnt at once. to to acres
near carilne. improved; may ouy siock
If anv. Answer at once. J. Zwick, 1244
ylt SALK .".-room house, modern couven-
tenee!: fruit ire-. cnu-Ken
other outbtdgs.: lot .'mx1. 1 blk. W est
Courtney Ma. Phone Oak Prove. I.i2-J.
3117 Hl'I'MOBlLK touring car. run only
110ij mtls. in tirsi-rrass ronumuu.
HRALY AL'TU CO.,
ttoi Washington St. Main 4Sr.
ASSISTANT bookkeeper and atenographcr;
wtie who has bad expentme ieinicu,
must be eood p-nman. Apply iu writing.
I; 4:t.t. irt gonian.
OK SA I.B First -elans furniture of five
room hunratow at private sale Sunday aft -
r .t p v.. all day Monday. hl E.
Kra n k 1 1 n.
v owner, modern S-room cottage-bungalow.
attic all improvements paid : terms rea
sonable. Call Sunday, 33 Division st.. or
prion1 Tabor 7rU.
HUM DODGE SEDAN.
All good shape. Al mechanically, wire
wheel p. goon iires : i.vin iu, n -
rifle tor gloo. Tabor :i01.
T ' K of groceries wanten. win exenance
..i-ar Port and nroperiy ior saiiie. muue
K VI N JTt-N houio'. newly tinted and pa
pered.. Can morninsH aiirr uima.j, -1" 7a
1 Ith Ft nar Salmon.
1017 roadster, all good; price only $350.
CnH Tabor a:wt.
KED potatoes. 5 tack: bariv none, v nue
tioggess, a.ix rrunu
SPLENDID opportunity Tor bright boy over
10 years to learn ranroau ctouiiwiiB.
I, Ki. cregontan.
THK best located and most reasonable
apartment site in Portland. Regan, 376
For sae, Xsw Zealand Reds. $1.50 op.
RS E. Mst st. N. Tabor 7773.
WANTED To buy or rent a
machine. 4Z Washington
COMPETENT Japanese cook, wife do second
work, wishes position in family. AE 892.
CAN uo fix ex-service men. positions brinie
from J" to S per day. Room 4-0 Carlton
FOR RENT Half of office on ground floor
of Railway Exchange building. Crossley
Vigars Co.. J70 Stark st.
W STED Auto tire salesman. Call Mon
day. "" Washington, or phone Broad
w Vy 1 1 SO.
W NTED god, all around man who
c.Vn drive truck. 25 Washington st.
WANTED Good janitor who can fire.
CORSETS cleaned, altered and repaired.
' Corset Hospital. 493 Wash, st
FOR RENT Large room, kitchen, 1; man
or employed couple. 4i2 Park. llarlMO.
Dt7.EN vning hens, guaranteed laying, SI. 50
ench. "2(rt E. fith st.. Mt. Tabor car.
WANTED A g-wd second-hand bed couch.
1 rS. Oregonian.
LADY Light duties and stay with child,
own hosa. 77:s Qulmby st.
SLEETING room, front, nicely furnished.
North loth st.
LOST 3 biik books. Return 321 Glisan
st.. near Hth: reward.
KOU SALE it-room modern house, S79 Mal
lory ave.: easy terms.
LOST Black pat-nt -leather purse,
trap: reward. Tel. Sell
ORCHARD man wanted;
st.. S P. M. Monday.
call C2 East 27th
SALE Silk hat.
drees suit, size 4'-.
SIX-R'OM. 14-ftory hotn. 510 E. 4Sth st.
N.. Roe City Park: $47M: terms.
2?.n 14TH STREET Choice fnrnlshed rooms.
Walking distance. Main 33.
LADY dentist detdres position,
N 41!, Ore-
ONE large busekeenlns; or sleeping roam,
ciose In. Main 15-'U.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED AN APARTMENT HOUSE
in exchange for 24 acres; country place,
with creek, and all modern conveniences
in 4 -room house; give teiepnone numoer.
A B oregonian
COLUM Ell A Orafonola and 26 double-disc
record for sale cheap, or trade; what
have you? .Phone East 4044 or call dt4
E. Morrison, apartment 23.
$3000 EQUITY 8-room Laurelhurst home;
for five or 6-room bungalow; Hawthorne
or Rose City; price $56K); terms. Sunday
Tabor 8551; weekdays. Tabor 3961. Owner.
FOR SALE Hires root beer barrel, four
soda tanks, charging- outfit, gas plate,
electric plates, phonograph. Inquire of
A. E. Peters In Cascade Market.
? -ACRE farm, good buildings all In high
state of cultivation; close to station and
school; clear; as payment, on larger place.
N 428, Oregonian.
NTE D To borrow $ 1 2,000 on $ 25,000
business property at Vancouver, Wash.
Would deal with lender direct. Main
SOLICITORS wanted. Apply Monday
mornin g. 7 : SO. Washington Hand Laun
dry, 575U Washington st.
WANTED Supers, Alcazar theater; expe
rience not necessary; call at stage aoor,
PARTT will sell some good popular novels.
also two large trunks; all in good con
dition. East 4340.
FOR SALE ft-room bungalow on fine view
lot. 12 East lstft 3 blocks from irv
lngton car. Woodlawn 3648.
LATE 1915 Ford tour inc. $350; $225 down.
rest terms; extras. 3d and Ullsan, lire
FOR RENT Furnished flat 3 rooms and
bath. 4h 4th St.
WANTED Boston bull bitch to mate with
Spitz. See Brown, 388 E. Burnside st.
JAPANESE White Cochin bantams and
rooMer for sale. East 22S4.
PIANOS tuned, $:J. George T. Peck. Tabor
K.174. Grad. New Eng. Conservatory.
FOR SALE 1017 Ford; good condition; call
at Army Garage, 3d and Morrison.
THOROUGHBRED White Rock rooster for
sate, cheap. Main Ills.
WANTED Manicurist. Hotel Portland bar
IaUr and Sunday-
One Dne ..lie
Two conaeeDtlve times ............ ..tSe
Three consecntiT times ...Joe
Sis or seteii eooseeutivo time S6a
The following classifications excepted,
the rate on which is ?c per lino per da;
Situation W anted Male. Situations
I'rUate Familiea. Board and Koo nu-
Private 1-amities, UouHekeeping Koo in
Private 1-amlHeo. No aa taken for
lev than two line. Vouat ml, words to
Ihe line. AdvrtiemenU (except Per
sonal" will be taken over tho tele
phone if tho advertiser I m subscriber
lo either phone. A pricm will bo quoted
er the phone, but otatement will h
rendered the following; day. Advertise
men l are taken tor The Daily Oro
gonian until & 1. M.; for The Sunday
Oreconlan wntil 6 P. M. Saturday
ACCTION SALES TODAY.
Thursdav. March 20. becrinning at
o'clock P. M., I'yi miles southeast of Dundee.
iz registerea Jersey cattle; o graae xxoi
steins. 1 Jersey and 1 Durham heifer.
Noble's Jolly Likeness 274854, bred by
John B. Flood. Crestwood. Ky. Kmanon
Clarissa H. bred by Edward Howe,
Princeton. N. J. and Lady Tennys of Jngle-
slde 247,103, who milked an official test 58.7
lbs. per day. llt..i l us. in two uays, proaucing
in G months lbs. ml IK and
lbs. butter; bred by JB. C. Altman, Grcshara,
Or., aad 9 of their descendants wilt be sold.
AM these cattle are of the breeding that
makes good K. or M. records..
Kree lunch at noon.
Terms of saie are cash; reliable parties
may, however, arrange with the owner to
give- bankable note. J. w. Hughes, auc
Uoneer; . L. Parrett, clerk.
C. W. ALTMAN, Owner,
BALL will be given by Eure
ka Council. K. and L. of S.
I east Bide W. O. AV". hall. E
Hth and Alder. tomorrow
(Monday) evening. March 17.
1 The largest and bet council
of its kind n state of Oreeon.
J rati d. rrizs will be given to
bt dressed and Bun.tnlnd
rtiaractcrs. Lnion music. Large commit
t"e will insure everybody a good time.
Come and brinv all your friends. Admis
sion ouu ana oc
KIKKPATRTCK COINCTL n !-f7
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY
To all members, the national officers are
coming and a red-hot campaign is now on
for 2O0 new members. You are earnestly
requested to help. You belong- to Portland's
fastest-growing council, 82 applications last
two meetings; aiso subscriptions now taken
for stock in our new building. Remember
that this opportunity is a real test of your
loyalty ana a patriotic duty to your council.
BA LL given by Columbia
Legion. No. 170, St. Patrick's
nay. March 17, Moose Hall,
Fourth and Taylor streets.
PORTLAND PTAR HOMESTEAD vn 41.
BROTHERHOOD OK AMERICAN YEOMAN
win Rue a. uance in me new Aioose temtie,
corner Fourth and Taylor streets, Thursday
eve tit tig. March 6. Admission 35 cents;
tames, cents: union music. Yetta Haines.
correspondent. 2T Alisky building. Phone
Main Uub, resident phone. East 7U90.
DON'T FORGET TO ATTEND the big- In
formal dance given by the Swastika Club
Wednesday evening. March 19, at Neighbors
of Woodcraft Hall, Tenth and Taylor
streets. rirsi-ciass union music ana a rood
time assured. Admission 50c, including war
lax. cneca. room eervice ana reiresuments.
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS Come and brinff
your friends to the big- card party and dance
Tuesday evening. March 18, to be frWen by
the Royal Highlanders in the East Side
Woodman hail. East 6th and Alder. Key's
orchastra will furnish the music and a very
en.ioyable time is assured. Admission 25c;
prizes for cards. COMMITTEE.
IVANHOE HOMESTEAD, BROTHER
HOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN Itesular
lodse meeting Wednesday evening, March Itf,
at Masonic temple, 3SH Yamhiil street. All
members urged to be present for special
business. MRS. E. EARL FEIKE,
Correspondent. 103 Chamber of Commerce
bldg. Main 102G
PORTLAND COUNCIL, KNIGHTS AND
LADIES OF SECURITY will give a card
party and dance Wednesday evening, March
ID, at Eagles' Hall, Third and Madison.
Good prizes; union music. Cards start at
8:30 sharp. Admission 5 cents.
MULTNOMAH CIRCLE OF THE WOM
EN OK WOODCRAFT. NO. 744. will hold
their nomination of delegates for the dis
trict convention Fridax evening, March 21,
ACME REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 32, I. O.
O. F. will give a "5iK" party and dance
Saturday evening. March 22. Admission, 15
cents; refreshments. Everybody invited.
L O. O. r . nan, Aiaer. near jp irst street.
MOUNT HOOD CIRCLE NEIGHBOR OF
WOODCKAFT will hold nomination of dele
gates to district convention Tuesday,
FIRE RESERVE ASSOCIATION Regular
meet in e Tuesday. March 18. 8 P. M.. 720
Courthouse. By Bernard Mulvlne. Sec
FRIEDLANDER'B ror todss em b lama
Cass pins sod medaia 310 Washington su
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, eharras. plaa
sew designs. Jaeger Bros. 131-9 6th st.
Lt'MM In this city, at her late residence,
12;tl E. 2!Mh at. N.. March 4, Emily C.
Lumm, aged 78 years, mother of Captain
'William Lumm. Clara Lumm and Mrs,
M. L. 13rooks of this city, Lewis Lumm,
Mrs. U. O. Miller and Charles Lumm of
Milton Junction. Wis.; Mrs, Alaide Mor
ris of Chicago. III., and Lieutenant Oliver
Lumm of Camp Humphreys. Washington,
JJ. C. The remains are- at Finley's, Mont
gomery at Fifth,
MIN'TER In this city March 15. Clara
Minter. aced 3 7 years, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Minter, residing, in Linn
county, Oregon., sister of Caroline, An
thony. Henry, Alexander, Leander, Ray
mond Minter. all of Linn county, and Sister
Fellcitas in St. Mary's institute at Beaver
ton. Or. Remains are at the chapel of
F. S. Dunning, Inc.. 414 East Alder street.
Notice of funeral will appear In a later
i'DY In this city, March 13. George
Thomas Udy. aged 36 years, husband of
Mrs. Elsie Udy of 5415 4th ave. S. E.
The remains are at Finley"e. Montgomery
at Fifth. Notice of funeral hereafter.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 204-26 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 6564. Phillip
Neil Sons, for memorials
frfS BLAESING GRANITE CO. I
j1! THIRD AT MADISON STREET I
1BK -V W
SILKN'TTTER In this City at the family
residence, 114 E. 48th Bt., March 15. Eliza
beth Ellen Silknltter. aged S7 years, wife
of George F. tfilknitter, mother of Frances
and Marian Siiknitter, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. R. V Smith, sister of Robert
V. Smith Jr., Verna U Smith and Mrs.
Harry G. Allen of this city. ine ae
ceased was a past matron of Corinthian
. chapter No. 54, Order of Eastern Star.
The funeral services will be held March
17 at 2:30 o'clock p. M. at Finley's. Mont
gomery at Fifth. Friends Invited. In
terment at Mount Scott Park Cemetery
McGOWAN March 14, at 306 Failing
street, James McGowan, aged 52 years,
beloved brother of Mrs. John Bonner of
Missoula, Mont., Margaret and Alice Mc
Gowan of this city. The funeral will
take place tomorrow (Monday), March 17,
at 8:15 A. M. from the above rM'.dence.
thence to St. Mary's church. Williams
avenue and Stanton street where mass
will be offered at 9 A. I. Friends invited-
Interment Mount Calvary ceme
tery. PURCELL At 505 Bidwell avenue, March
14. Stephen Purcell, age 76 years 4 months
5 days, beloved father of H. A. Purcell of
Hillsdale, Or.; V. K. and V. A. Purcell of
Portland. Mrs. J. F. Tiehe of Walla Walla.
Wash., and S. H. Purcell of Spokane.
Wash. The funeral services will be held
March 16. at 2:30 P. M.. at the residence
funeral parlors of Walter C. Kenworthy,
1532 and 1534 East Thirteenth street. Sell
wood. Friends invited.
CRONQUIST At her home :n West Port
land. March 15, Augusta Croncimst, aged
55 yearn, beloved wife of John Cron
quist. The funeral service will be con
ducted tomorrow (-Monday), March 17, at
2:30 P. M. in the Wnmanuel church, Nine
teenth and Irving streets. Frionds in
vited to attend. Interment Rivervi:W
cemetery. Remains are ax the Dunning
& McEntee funeral parlors, Broadway and
KING In this city March 13, Clinton Adel
bert King, aged 00 years 10 months and
days. Husband pf Ellen King of Rifle,
Colo.; father of d) in ton C, Myron and
Mrs, Andry Chapman, ail of Colorado, and
Mrs. Charles D. Allen of this city. Re
mains will be forwarded to Rifre. Colo.,
by the F. S. Dunning, Inc., funeral direc
tors, tomorrow (Monday), where services
will be held and interment made.
BAKER At the Tamilv residence. 6021 38th
ave. S. E., Henry Richmond Baker, aged
49 years; beloved husband of Mrs. Ida
Baker. Funeral services will be held to
morrow (Sunday), March 16, 1UI9. at
3:30 P. M., from the Portland Crema
torium. East 13th and By bee ave., under
the auspices of Arleta Camp, No. 805,
W. O. W. A. D. Kenworthy & Co., direc
tors. 5802-4 &2d st.
STRAIN In this city, at her late residence,
409 Stark st., March 12, Henrietta Strain,
aged 45 years, wife of Charles M. Strain,
of . this city, sister of Mrs. W. W. Donald
son and Miss P. P. Ward of Los Angeles,
Cal. The funeral services will be held
March 18 at 2:30 o'clock P. M. at Finley's,
Montgomery at Fifth. Friends invited.
Interment at Rose City cemetery.
MONTGOMERY At the residence, 1664 B.
Terrace. March 15, Ruth Rosemary, aged
5 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C Montgomery. Mass will be
offered tomorrow (Monday), March 17. at
8 A. M. at Ascension church. Seventy-sixth
and Yamhill. interment ML Calvary
ANDERSON At the residence, 546 Ladd
ave., March 14. Arlyn Anderson, agea io
years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John
C. Anderson, brother of El vera, Lillian,
Dorothy and Duward Anderson, all of this
city. Funeral services will be held March
17 at 2 P. M. at the chapel of Miller &
Tracey. Interment Rose City cemetery.
COHON At the residence. 402 Bast ThrtyT
fifth street, March l., Louis Cohon. aged
37 years 10 months 5 days, beloved hus
band of Sadie Cohon. Friends invited to
attend the funeral services, which will be
held at Hoi man's funeral parlors at 12
M. March 16. Interment tiharei Torah
GAXOE In this city March 12. Mrs. Eliza
E. Ganoe, aged &4 years. The iunerai
services will be held from the conservatory
chapel of P. S. Eunnins, Inc., 414 East
Alder street, tomorrow (Monday), March
17. at 2 P. M. Friends invited. Inter
ment in Rose City cemetery.
HALVORSEN The funeral service of the
late Charles Halvorsen, aped &1 years, a
native of Urammen Norway, will be con
ducted tomorrow (Monday . March 17, at
1 P. M., in the Dunning &. McEntee chapel,
Broadway and Ankeny streets. Friends
invited. Interment Multnomah cemetery.
SHAH AN The remains of the late Barney
Shahan were shipped March i. under di
rection of Miller Tracey to Shreveport,
La., where services will be held and in
terment take place.
BANKHEAD Funeral services for the late
Mrs. C. A. Bankhead will be held at 2:30
P. M. Sunday, March 16. at Portland Cre
matoriuin. Friends invited.
WILSON & ROSS
EAST 7TII AND MI7LTNOMAII.
Portland's Most Progressive
EST 54 C SI65
H0LMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Third and Salmon Streets.
Main 607, A 151L
, Lady Assistant.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Services for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash St.. bet. 20th and Hist, West Side
J. P. Finley & Son
PROGRESSIVE FU.NtttAL Lnnr.v, 1 una
Main . Montgomery j.h. j-w.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
it. tirior Phone East 52.
t Bp'rvicA. nersonal direction, fre
use of floral chapel and auto equipment.
rtt-wvivr. a- McFJCTEE. funeral directors.
Broad way and Pino street- Phone Broadway
30, A 4io&. i-aqy tt11-"'"""-
M R. AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON, Fu-
P. L. LERCH
East 11th and Clay Sta.
East 781. B 188a.
AD VTTl T T?t? rn &y- Williams Ave.
A. I. KENWOKTH X CO..
5802-04 92d st , Lenta.
itt iTTii rj p. ct-KTrrTr 1047 BeliiionL
OLXHjIjHj Oi, OnUUXVrab. 1258. B 254tf
BKKWES UNDERTAKING COMPANT. 3d
and Clay. Main 41o. A 2321. Lady assistant.
DISTINCTIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES,
Wreaths as low as $4; sprays $2.
Portland Hotel. Phone Marshall 753.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. Florists, 354
Washington. Main 269, A 126a. Flow ra
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., Florists. 287 Morrison st.
Main or A 1805. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP, 245 Alder. Flow
ers and designs very reasonable. Mar. 5922.
1RV1NGTON PARK FLORAL CO.. 4th and
Yamhill. Funeral designers: lowest prices.
MAX M. SMITH, Main 7215. A 3121, Selling
building. 6th and Alder sts.
TON6ETH FLORAL CO., 287 Washington
et.. bet 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 11M
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office. Koom 15S Coarttiou. Mb. 3U
Fhnn from 8 to A, Mam SIS. Home Pbeos
A 65. Mlflit call after flice haunt. U'eeU
la wo 74a
Repoit all esses of cruel-.? to the abovs
d dress. E'ectiic lethal chamber for sma.i
animals. Horse ambulance for sick, and dis
abled snlmais at a moment's notice. Any
one desiring a dog or other pet com nunl
cate with us. Call for all lost or sn rayed
stock, as w look after the Impounding.
There Is no mors city pouad, Just Orng
Seven-room home with 75x7S feet on
N. E. corner E. Twenty - eighth and
Seven-room home with 48x100 feet, in
rear of above, $5500. All improve
ments paid. Terms reasonable.
F. V. ANDREWS & CO.
etb Floor Plntt Bldg. Tel. Marwh. 6025.
ON BTJSIXESS AND REriDEN'CE
BOPTIHTSlHf A EOTXG,
M7- us""-" tur-ii BldK.
' m lp
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.
ACCuauiu.N nmLu, MtMsinciiiNo.
W tUJAT skirts any ityie, 91; hemstitch
ing luc per yd.; bullous covered. &.&siera
Novelty Ally Co., bon iilh st. nuwy. 2UUU.
AGATE CllTtKS A.l MiU. JEMELEKs.
JKV L.K1T and watch reyajrmg. Miller s,
Hop ash, st.. Majestic tneater blds
ALFALFA MEAL. OUOl'KU jrEEU. HAY
WALTER SCOTT. Boara oi Trade. M. Sttlii-
ASSAVKKS and analysts.
MONTANA ASSA OFFICE, 142 Second
uold. stiver anu platinum bousht.
A. UOEDSTEIN, practice la all
ou;: NOrinvveSlern iJanaoms.
DlfftQ Tae iind that wear the best are
IIWUU made from your wornout carpets by
The Northwest Rug Co. llormer address,
lott Union ave.;. Kag rugs woven ail sizes.
Carpet cleaning, reiituug anu resizing.
Malt orders solicited. las East Elgnta.
FrlONE EAST 3060, B
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Katr rugs, all sizes; carpet cleaning. tc
Mail oiders prompt. Send tor booklet.
Factories6 i'fhe' NORTHWEST .
FLUFF HUG CO..
64-56 Union ae. N. Fhonea; 6516. B 14 1 5.
L. M. JON'ES, M. I). CANCER TREATED.
312 Morgm bldg. Marshall 6143.
THE IRWIN-HOUSO.V COMPANT.
887 Washington. Broadway 4 J 4. A 1254.
3 OA, 000 KNOW McMahon, 1009W chiropractor.
Throngs pronouncing treatment easiest,
best, permanent. 31 "treats" $15. Tei.
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM, Estelle and Floreilo De Veny, the
only scientific chiropodists and arch spe
cialist in the city. Parlors 3u2 Gerlingar
bldg., southwest corner Second and Alder.
Phone Main 2301.
CRANE LETTER CO., 310-11-12 Royal
bldg. Mar. 5S22. Mu.tigra.phwg, mimeo
graph and mail advertising.
KBTH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 176
No collections, no charge. Established li)Uu.
MRS. BAVTH'S Dancing Academy. 30S-11
Dekum bldg. Best instructors. Beginners'
ciass Tues. eve., class party Fri. eve. Les
sons day and eve. by appt. Main 1345J
ALISKY Dancing Academy. Private Instruc
tors day and- evening. Classes Friday eve
ning, 2d floor Alisky bldg. 8 lessons. $5.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY, 109 2d st. Ball
room andbtage dancing; class Tues., Fri.
eve.; children specialty. .Main 2100.
BERKELEY Dancing School, 129 4th st.
Main 3318. Mrs. Summers, Mgr. Lessons by
appt. ; personal attention. Dances Wed.
DANCE orchestra. "Union." Violins repaired.
W. 1. King. 544 Wash. Broadway 4?.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
HOSPITAT Dr. G. H. Huthman. veterina
rian. 415 East 7th St. East 1S47. B 1UBJ.
ELECTRICAL REPAIR SHOP.
H. M. H. ELECTRIC CO.
31 North First st., Portland, Or.
Rewinding am". Electrical Repalr-
or used motors. Bdwy. 2045, A 104tt. -
EVE, EAR, JiOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F" F. Casseday, specialist: glasses fitted.
700 B. Burnside. cor. 20th. B 13y3. E. 4734.
LARGE OR SMALL LOADS. F,ST 538.
K. STEPHAN. hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordion side pleat, buttons covered: mail
orders. 219 Pittock blk. Broadway 1090
HEMSTITCHING and picot. All work guar
anteed. Singer Sewing Mach. Co.. 402 Wash.
HOT AIR ItKNACE.
STALE dry air made moist and invigorating
by our process. Room 404 N. W. Hank
bldg. Marshall B.'.IO.
INCOME TAX RETURNS.
INCOME tax returns prepared : open uighta
.jiiw t'anama uiag., jiaiu uuo.
DUBROILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS.
kroom and Office
iorth Fifth street.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO., Board of Trade Bldg.
If ATS ANU CAPS.
THA.VHOUSER HAT CO., 0S-G5 Front St.
HIDES, WOOI., C A SCAR A BAKK.
KAHN BROS., 105 Front street.
PAINTS AND 1.1BBICATING OII.S.
W P. FULLER CO., 12th and Dnvis sts.
$2500 can remain on first mortgagre,
balance part cash and monthly pay
ments. House contains six rooms.
sleeping porch, full basement, furnace,
fireplace; 60xl00-foot lot. Irvington
district. An absolute snap.
F. V. ANDREWS & CO.
Mb Floor Piatt Bide. T1. Marnhal! 6025
Call ior Illnstrated
S54 Ankeny St. Phone U roadway 14S.
Sam Connell Lumber Co.
7216 sq. ft., close in. Eighteenth Kt
corner, ideal location, r. xt. rjoara
appraisal 18,000. Some rental.
J5000 cash, balance long time, 6.
OTIS C. BECK.
525 Henry Bid?. Marnhall 5S58.
Mni)ER. I'P-TO-D ATK A . U C OM.
PI.ETEI.Y FI'HXISHKU FLAT AND
APARTMENT BCILDIXli tnat IS just a
ittlx different from the ordinary, wirn
a net income of $2873 per year, netting
over 16 per cent on tne purcnase price.
J,S. SULLIVAN "I,"
?Vew nnd l'p to Date. Groas Ineome Over
$70O Per ."(1onti. uprrinsK ex
pense I75 Per Month.
Will Accept Clear CltT Property an Part
J. S. SILLIVAX, 44IS Henry Bnlldlns.
sr FLUFF RUGS
From old carpets. Carpet cleaning and
refitting. Rag rugs woven, all sizes.
Mail orders solicited.
NORTHWEST FLl'FF RUG CO
PAi.ni 0 v aridress 1l3 Union Ave.
'W M IVK1
JOHN B. COFFEY
Insurance, Surety Bonds
3U2 WILCOX BUM. Main 70S, A 3703
IKON l OKU 3.
PHOENIX IKON WORKS.
Engineers, lounacrs. mecnanlsts. boi'er
mskeis. boiler and blacksmith shop. Of
lice and works, ilawthoruo ave. ana East
OREGON Conservatory (school) of Music
floor KueeU blag, tovei the "Lion".
Em ranee loO 4th at., cor, of M omson.
GRADUATE piano teacher with experience;
lessons at your home. 70c Catl Tabor
PROF. LAWSON 20 years' experience piauo
lessons, your home. 76c. Tabor 20ti.
EMlL THlELliOKN, violin teacher ; pupil
SevUk. -01 fciieauer biug. Bmudwsy lii-J.
VIOLIN, piano, haimon, guitar, maudcuo,
banjo. E.ol Ken oeck. 40i laiuiillL
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on the
basis of capable service. Thou
eanus of tails fled patrons. A
trial will convince. Charles W. Goodman,
Optometrist, 2UU Morrison. Main 21J
I'AIXTING ANI I'AI'KKHAXGINU.
WILL, save you money if you do your Inslds
paintiug, tinting and paperhunging beiore
we get busy uuiskle. Jolinsou. rJast Mtf.
PATENTS Send sketch or model for pre
liminary examination. Booklet tree. High
est references. Best results. Promptness
assured. Watson E. Coleman, Patent Law
yer, tSL'4 F St.. Washington. D. C.
TATEM' ATTOKN EiS.
EX-CO.SOKKSSMN it. M. McCKACKEN,
reKlteied patent attorney. loul Avoa
Place. Washington, IX
K. o. WKIGHT years' experience U. S.
and fureitfn patents, bol Dekum bldg.
GOLDlEHG, ti20 Worcester bids- Main JoJ
UK. E. E. WATTEKS. U0 Swetiand bid.
CflC Increased efliciency drUl
0U O treatment, goitre, paralysis, bead
ache, appendicitis, liver, kidney.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. 05 liroadway Blag.
Kheumattsm, lemaie aisoroers, saia rou
bles, st-Jinuch, liver, kidneys. bowels,
throat, goitre, scalp, high blood pressuis.
JIBING Si rPLIlCS.
PLUMDING SUPPLIES at wholesale price.
Stark-Davis Co., i!l- iniro. mam
POST,E STAMP DEALERS.
PusTAGE stamps for coliectors hought
and sold. to:umoia Manip r.xtu.uc,
!4 North 10th St. Broadway 2M.
KEYSTONE PRE'SS J. E. Gantenbeln, Mgr.
prlntlnar ana iiuoiypuis. i"'7s ..
crorner Stark. Main or A Ilia.
DDIMTItl.' F. W. BALTES & COMPANY,
rnlltDltU 1st and Oak sts. Main 1B5. A 116
SUUE SHARP SHOP.
45 Washington St., will sharpen raror
blades on "Velvet Edge" machine.
LEVIN HARDWaHE & FURNITURE CO.
221 Front street,
"Wo buy and sell everything In the hard
ware and furniture line. Phone Main
872. A 7174.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Glisan st,
corner of ISth. Telephone Broadway 12KI
or 119 We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks
Lowest Insurance rates In the city.
Furniture and General Hnullnff.
Reasonable ratfex. Phone Woodlawn 4B42.
LARGE truck, reasonable rate, long distance
haulintr. dally trips to all parts of the
city; also light truck. Phone Main 14.40,
263 Salmon st.
C. M. OLSEN TRANSFER CO.. 248 PINW.
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK & WAREHOUSE Of
fice 1S9 Madison st. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 1691.
PACKING MOVING STORING.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO.
105 Park st. Vain 5195, A 1051.
CLAV S. MORSE, Inc.
TRACKAGE. STORAGE. TRANSFER.
44S-454 Glisan St.
FULTON & SONS Baggage moving and
storage room. East 450. 350 Hawthorne.
ELECTRIC vacuum cleaning in your homo,
50c a rug. Carl. East 1'iQg.
IIGHEST prices paid old watches and Jew
elry Condition no object. Repairs a spe
cial t y. Rainier Jewelry Co, 449 Vt Wash, st.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSliN & CO., 2d and Taylor.
Firij, PII'K J-ITT1NG AND VALVES.
M. L KLINE, 84-8 Front street.
TLLMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
L. KLINE, S4-86 Front street.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MEItCIIANTS.
EYEBD1XC & FARRELL. 140 Front street.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAS1I, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FCLLER CO.. 12th and Davis sta
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 250 2d st.
That Cost You Less and Get Tou Out
THE MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
and Loan Association
240 Stark Street
EDWARD E. GOUDEY CO.
United States Bank Building
Loans on APARTMENT HOUSES
and some other classes of real estate.
6o' on residences.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
Old Ku and Woolen Clotbinr.
We Make Kverible, Hand-Woven
They Wear Like Iron.
Mail Orders. tend for Booklet.
Uiis Ruffy Woven, Ail (size.
9x12 Rugs Steam Cleaned $1.50
WESTERN ILlf t KLG CO.,
S4 Union Avenue N. Ea.t 65 IB. B 1475.
Improved city nd farm property
I UNf ailment repayment privilege it
preferred! prompt, reliable service.
A. H. B1RRELL CO.
217-21 North went em Bank nulldlof.
Marshall 4114, A 4118.
Mortgage Loans SYz
EDWARD t. GOUDEY CO,
fITSD ' S TATES UA.VK ljtlLDIXG.