The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, March 07, 1920, SECTION TWO, Page 3, Image 27

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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, 3iAIlCn 7, 1920
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Girla on atapllns machine;
part time work; experienced preferred,
but will teach. See Mr. Henderson,
mailing room, Or.gonian.
X BJlBGAIX for cut": A 10-room modern
rooming bouse, an Ideal place for one
wisnlns a. nice home with a. net proilt
of 70 a month; nice neighborhood,
walking- distance; mum be Been to be ap
preciated; leaving city, xor yii Livum,,,
l.. uregotiian.
S1LV fcll your brass Silver-plaung liuia.
cleans, polishes and puts on a coat 01
pure sliver each time It Is used on si -verplale,
brast. cuiu-i" and German sil
ver: aimhed with, rag; 4-ounco bottie
Hue-. 1'. O. ilox :i5i. iurtUnd,-r.
XuL'.NU woman in modest home to neiu,
will be treated as member ol the lamily
should; can have 3 evenings a week and
every other Sunday: use of piano and
telephone; i persons 111 family.
Oregonian.
VtKV larse room ami bath in ni8ii-ii.ua
apartment house. HUXoO. map.e floor,
piano and every modern convenience,
very lovely for lor: gentlemen. Includ
ing hotel wrvlce; reierencea required.
Marshall I'oU.
LADi with new 'J'. -ton auto truck.- t--00
paid on it. wants a partner with few
hundred dollars to take Interest and run
truck. Address Sl'-i Grand ave, room
Phone Kaat 41-Q.
LADY good appearance, good dresser,
abie to meet public, to solicit and make
appointments lor professional nian; notn
ns to sell; to travel; unincumbered, be
tween M and u0. O Oregon lan.
I-tiKTLA.NlJ HK1GHTS V-room modern
hutisc and fine quarter block for sale at
it'im) less than value; locatco in best
part of Heights, with splendid view.
Main J471.
SPOT CASH PAIO FOIt
I'HONOUKAl'HS AND RECORDS,
MUSIC KOl.LS.
NEWMAN. MAIN 44l.u. 12S 1ST.
liUUM and board in private tainlly for 1
gentlemen; no other boarders; home
privileges, the use of piano and grafon
ola. Call Wdln. 6143.
LADY or gentleman with small capital to
invest in good paying business, about
Slooy; experience not necessary. A 4y,
oregunian. .
O.VE LA Kim front room, faces east, large
closet, opens onto small balcony; strict
ly modern, ool W. Broadway, between
i"lny and Market.
CADILLAC eight, luxuriously equipped
private car. for sale by owner; no rea
sonable offer relused. Call Main b404
or Main o-1!. .
AiliAUTIFUL ."-cornered golden oak china
cioset and chiffonier for tale cheap. 144
K ::Nth st. North, Sunday between 3 nd
4 V. M.
WO.MAX for general housework in central
Oregon; no objections to child under 1-;
rut, wuca and experience. L .7. Ore-
gonian.
v.. sM.K A Ruud gas heater, only
been used about a month; if you want to
save a Iw dollars, can josnn.
hotel.
VuLXil man. familiar with automobile
supplies, as assistant to department
manager in wholesale house. K -4, Ore-ce-nian.
L.VFEKIKWKU girl, for cooking and
downstairs work: no laundry, no turnace.
no sundav dinners: best wages. Mrs.
llarrv Nieolai, !'."! Westover road.
A GENTLKMAS will pay reasonably for
opnortunity to practice alone two even
ings a week on GOOD PIANO; west
side. li J.t. liregonian
WIDOW will care for : or .1 cniiuieu ...
countrv; also board and room for I or
2 children and parents in city: priate
home K..r information call Last
6-KnOM li'.use. cement basement. ioi "a.
1 :;.-.; ir..-. on terms. ltij L. blst St. N.,
near lilisnn. Last .".'.IS.-,.
IXHt KENT Cor. -7th and Fremont. Ala
meda. SHl; all assessiueiits paid. Phone
Wdln. 'I-4 .
Full P.KXT Nicely furnished room with
sleeping porch. 2 beds; light, heat and
vhuiie. Kast 41111.
SIi'E
lurnished front room for genlle-
nine M ..I t nntnM.ll
man; runninK
club. Mar. ;i-".l.). .
Vt.R 1A1 E 3 W. L. roosters, very line
stock- also thoroughbred Flemish Giant
rabbits. Phone Sellwood .
-ROOM modern residence. 40S E. :lSth st
x-.i, Hne Cltv Park car. For par
ticulars phone Tabor
741!.
FOK RENT Attractive room. Irvinaion
home, for gentleman or business woman.
Kast Soti.;.
W TEP Furnished bungalow, flat or
house by responsible family of .1. Mail
particulars to pox n't, en.
"VvW'TKD 4 or .'-room bungalow. ,Ir
nishcd or unfurnished. No agents. Ad
drpf, all particulars to L. B.. 104. city.
WANTED Partner: have distributor's
sitlon tor goon nue
B .... uregnnian.
WANTED To purchase, attractive, sight
ly, well-built I.aurelhurst home, from
.'wner. Eiist 2f-i7.
I SHOPS Good garden land with plen
' tv ol water: easy terms, right price.
j 2t. Oreconi.ni.
CVX help vou with your Income tax
statement this. week. Call East 2S4!. or
;;o7 McKay bldg.
F'""U SM.K Antique table, rugs, bed;
.teariH. miscellaneous. No dealers. 4-ii
E. lMh N. ,
VANTKD At the Waverly baby home, in-evV'-rienced
girl for nursing. Automatic
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WANTED Two live agents. '"all at 4
o'clock. 4:Hi First st., room 13. A. R.
.l:irotis.
4-P.OOM upper flat, nicely furnished, in
cluding gas. lights, water. 12111 East
Yamhill.
l;;o!l E l.VTH ST. NORTH. B-room house,
modern, furnished; rent per month
or sell on easy terms. 210.
"WANTED Teacher In English for even
ing instruction. P 45. Oregonian.
2.1no NEW 7-ft-long cedar posts. Owner,
K.TSt n.Vi E. Salmon.
PIANO and bench for sale. $-'65 and terms
iriven. Sltl'j Gladstone ave.
Lt 1ST Spectacles In case from 49 E.
to 4S4 E. Oak. Reward 4:14 E. Oak.
ONE housekeeping room, reasonable. Oppo
site auditorium. 2."4' Market st.
EVPERIE'CBD advertising solicitors.
C Clyde. 210 Stock Exchange.
KI'RMSHED .i-room flat. Wdln. TiSS.
"Wit,!, buy or rent piano. East o"S.
MEETING NOTICES.
ATTENTION!
The Veterans' Hall associa
tion will meet in the G. A. R.
hall in the courthouse, room
57.1. on "Wednesday. March 10,
1!20, at 1:30 P. M. All mem
bers are requested to be pres
ent. H. E. DOSCH.
Chairman.
J. VT. OGILBEE. Scc'y.
ST. PATRICK'S MAS
Ql'ERADE. Tuesday night.
March . W. O. W. hall,
given by Anchor Council.
No. 740. Securitv Benefit
assoeialion. Public of
Portland Is invited. Lots
of expensive prizes. all
kinds of stunts to show you
the time of your life. Come
gt scquainted; fun for everyone. Admis
sion 35 cents.
KIRK PATRICK COl'X
C I I. 2227, S E J U R I T Y
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION.
Regular open meeting next
Friday. Swiss Hall, 3d and
Jefferson: cards "000,"
dancing., Hoch's union mu
sic; good prizes. Admis
sion i." cents. Come and
bring your friends for a
good time.
REGULAR meeting of
Industry Lodge No. 8. A.
, O. U. W.. 3d floor, Pythian
bldg. (formerly Masonic
temple). West Park and
Yamhill, Monday night, 8
o'clock. Buffet luncn.
W. J. ALLEN. Recorder.
WASHINGTON COM.
MANDERT, :"0. 13. K. T.
, A stated conclave will be
held Tuesday evening, March
0, at 7:30 o'clock, at East
Eighth and Burnside streets. All sojourn
ing Sir Knights axe cordially Invited to be
present. G. P. EISMA.V. Recorder.
PORTLAND STAR HOMESTEAD "NO.
42. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YKOMAN. Short business session Thurs
day evening. March 1 1 In the P. S. T. U.
hall. 205 l.'lth st. Dancing at 8 o'clock
sharp. Yeomen and their friends are in
vited. No -admission will be charged.'
YETTA HAYNES. Correspondent.
205 Alisky bldg.. Phone Main 6356.
IVANHOE HOMESTEAD. ' NO. 5038,
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO
MEN, will give a card party and dance In
W'omen of Woodcraft hall. 10th and Tay
lor. Wednesday evening. March 10. Cards,
8:30 to lo: four prizes will be given. Danc
ing from 10 to 12. Yeomen and friends in
vited. Come and have a good time.
REPORTER.
MEETING NOTICES.
HASSALO BAJ.U BENEFIT BALL.
At Multnomah hotel, Saturday evening.
March 13. the members of Hassalo band
will give their second benefit dancing and
card party, which promises to be another
social event among all Oddfellows, Be
bekahs and their friends. The proceeds to
equip the Oddfellows" band with suitable
uniforms. Come have a good enjoyable
evening and thereby help the band. Good
union music, good prizes, and refreshments.
Tickets Mc. Dancing promptly at 8:30 P. M.
L. QL'IMBT, Chairman.
DON'T FORGET the big St. Patrick
dance given by the Swastika club Wednes
day, March 17, in the new Pacific-States
Fire Intunnra hlH formerly old K. Of P.
hall. 11th and Alder. Ladles 35c and
gents 50c. Be sure and come and enjoy
yourselves.
DANCE. DANCE. DANCE.
Given by the Court of Honor at M. w.
A. hall. 8 Eleventh St.. Wed. evening,
March JO. We have a splendid floor, union
music and assure everybody a good time.
Public invited. Popular prices.
COMMITTEE.
EMBLEM Jewelry, futons, charms, pine,
new designs, Jaeger Broa. 131-8 6th at.
FR1EDLANDERS for lodge emblem,
class pins and medals. 310 Washington si
DIED.
BYERS At her late residence. 872 East
Ankeny St.. Melissa Byers, aged 82 years
6 months 26 davs. Sister of John Bvers
of San Diego. Cal.. and William Byers or
Malvern. Iowa: survived also by three
Pieces and seven nephews, as follows.
Mrs. Marv Vandaren of Vancouver.
Wash.: Mrs. Nellie Richards and Mrs.
Cornelia Hardy of Portland: nephews
are Joe, Clarence. Charles. Warren and
William Hayes of Portland, aiso r. ua...
Buttle of Portland and Eldon Lamb of
Forest Grove. Remains are at the res
idential funeral home of Downing ft
Mc.Vemar. East 7th and Multnomah sts.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow
(Monday). March 8. at 2:30 P. M. Friends
invited.
ZIGLER March 4. at his residence. 821
East Saln-on street. Charles T. W. ifler,
aged 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs.
Elizabeth Zlgler. father of Mrs. T. J.
Murphy. Mrs. Frank Wascher of Port
land; Mrs. Henry McGowan and Miss
Genevieve Zigler of McGowan, wash.;
Misses Lucy and Kdith Zigler of Port
land; Charles Zigler of Corvallis. Or.
The funeral services will be held at St.
Francis church. East I2th and East Pine
streets, Monday. March 8. at 0:1:0 A. M.
Friends are invited. Interment Mount
Calvary cemetery.
DITCH BURN" In this city at his late
residence. 570 East Salmon street. March
6. John W. Ditchburn Jr.. aged 23 years.
Arrangements are in charge of J. P.
Flnley ft Son. Notice of funeral here
after. GILLETT In this city. March 6. 1920.
K. W. Gillett. Remains are at the resi
dential establishment of R- T. Byrnes.
(ll Williams ave., at Mason st. An
nouncement of funeral In a later issue.
VILES At Ryan Place, March 6. 1920.
William Viles. aged 51 years, beloved
husband of Sybil Viles. Remains at
Holman's funeral parlors. Third and
Salmon sts. Notice of funeral later.
KREYER At San Francisco, March S.
John Frederick William Kreyer, husband
fo Mrs. Elizabeth Kreyer. The remains
are at Finley's, Montgomery at Fifth.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CHRISTIAN In this city. Mar. 6. Gertrude
Christian. Funeral notice later. Re
mains are at the residential parlors of
Miller & Tracey.
BRAMPTON F. W. Brampton and son
Arthur E.. March 5. at their home. Van
couver. Wash. Funeral notice later.
SHACKELFORD Koxa Shackelford, wife
of the late Dr. William Shackelford,
died at The Dalles today.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
ROTHENBERGER In this city, Mrs.
Helen Rothenberger. late of 1188 East
Stark street, beloved wife of H. R.
Rothenberger. mother of Max. Robert,
Joseph and Alma Rothenberger and Mrs.
Chester Stephens; also survived by six
grandchildren. The funeral cortege will
leave the home at 8:45 on Monday,
March 8, thence to the Church of the
Ascension. Kast Seventy-sixith and
Yamhill streets, where services will be
held. Remains are at R. W. Gable &
Co., 1073 East Glisan, until Sunday at
7 A. .VI. after which the body will be
at her late residence.
WEST In this city March 5, Gertrude Ly
man West, beloved wife of Elbridge G.
West and mother of Donald, Elizabeth
and Jean of this city; daughter of Mrs.
Anna Lyman, sister or vellman Lyman,
"Mrs. A. J. Southerland. Mrs. Louise Pat
ton and Mrs John Huntley, all of tills
city: also Byron and Chancey Lyman of
Seattle. Funeral services will be con
ducted Monday, March 8. at 2 P. M.. at
the funeral parlors of A. L. Kenworthy
& Co.. 5W2-04 l2d St. S. E.. in Lents.
Friends Invited. Interment' Mount Scott
, Park cemetery.
BLACKFORD At San Francisco, Cal.,
March 5, Lois Lola Blackford, aged 11
years, daughter of J. M. Blackford,
sister of Ida Mae Blackford of this city,
Mrs Cora H. Kenney of Hamilton.
Mont.; Harry A. Blackford of Kansas
t'ity. Mo. Funeral services will be held
tomorrow (Mondavi. March 8. at 2:30
o'clock P. M.. at Finley's. Montgomery
at Fifth. Frtrnds invited. Interment
at Clatskanie. Or.
NOBLES In this city, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. V. Jenkins. 541 Mar
guerite ave.. March 5. Flora Etta No
bles, aged 58 years, mother of Latonls
Marvin Nobles of Chehalls. Wash.; John
F Cushing of Chicago. III., and Mary
Elizabeth Cushing of New York. Fu
neral services will be held Monday.
March 8, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. at Fin
ley's. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends In
vited. JOHNS In this city. March 5. Mrs. Eliza
beth Johns, aged 7 years. Mother of
Mrs Marv E. Wieprech. Mrs. Addie F.
Burk. Mrs. Edith Trlmm. Hosea. Phill.
Charles. Thomas and Gene Johns. Fune
ral services will be held today (Sunday!.
March 7. fit 12:30 P. M.. from Erlcson's
funeral parlors, Morrison at 12th sts.
Friends invited. Interment Forest Grove.
Oregon.
K1KKLAND At Independence. Or., March
2, P. M Klrkland. aged 05 years, hus
tand of Mrs. Rose Helen Kirkland,
father of Frank M. Kirkland, son of J.
W. Kirkland. brother of John E. and
A. P Kirkland. Funeral services will
be held Monday, March 8, at 11:30
o'clock A. M. at Finley's, Montgomery
at Fifth. Frlands Invited. Interment
at Rose City cemetery.
PENDLETON At the residence, 641 E.
12th st., March a. 1000. Hattie Pendle
tlon. wife of the late Napoleon B. Pen
dleton, sister of Mrs. Sara Pendleton
and Mrs. M. B. Bozorth. Friends in
vited to attend the funeral services at
2"30 P. M. tomorrow (Monday), March
8. 1020, at Holman's funoral parlors,
Third and Salmon sts. Interment Rlv
erview cemetery.
GILLETT In this city, March 5. Taylor
Z. Gillett. aged 71 years, late of Golden
dale. Wash., husband of Mary Giilett,
father of Mrs. Laura Loughary of
Goldendale, Wash., and Mrs. Oretta Read
of White Salmon, Wash. Funeral serv
ices will be held at 2:30 P. M. Tuesday.
March 0. at Finley's. Montgomery at
Fifth. Friends invited.
JOUBERT The funeral cortege of the late
Clara Joubert will leave the family resi
dence. 446 tit h st. So.. Monday, March 8,
at 8:30 A. M., thence to St- Lawrence
church, 3d and Sherman sts., ' where
requiem mass will be offered at 9 A. M.
Interment at Mount Calvary cemetery.
Arrangements in care of Miller & Tracey.
RADLEY In this city. March 3. Nancy
Itadlev, aged 70 years. Funeral serv
ices will be held at the Dunning & Mc
Entee chapel, Broadway and Ankeny
sts, tomorrow (Monday), March 8, at 3
P. " M. Friends Invited lo attend in
cineration at the Mount Scott crema
torium. ..
BENTON In this city. March 6. Jno. H.
Benton, age 78 years, beloved father of
Mrs. Jeanette Knight of this city. Fu
neral services will be held Monday,
March 8. at 1:45 P. M. at Mount Scott
Park cemetery. Arrangements in care
of Miller & Tracey.
LAUS At the residence at Sylvan, Or.,
March 5. Mary Laus, age 72 years, be
loved wife of Joseph Laus. Funeral
services will be held today, March 7.
at 2 P. M. at -the chapel of Miller &
Tracey. Interment at the Sylvan ceme
tery. SHEARER In South Bend. Wash.. March
5, Mildred Glover Shearer, aged 27 years.
Daughter of the late William J. Glover '
and Ive Glover Reeves and granddaugh-
tcr of the late Captain James H. McMill
an. Interment Lone Fir cemetery. Port
land. March 8. 10 A. M.
FISHER In this city. March 6. Kelse
Fisher, aged 30 years, brother of Henry
Fisher. The remains will be forwarded
this (Sunday) morning by J. P. Flnley
& Son to Walker. Or., where services
will be held and interment made.
WILCOX In this city, March 6. Oliver L
Wilcox, aged 40 years. Remains are at
the Dunning McEntee parlors, Broad
way and Ankeny sts. Funeral notice
later.
ROWLAND Funeral services of the late
Henrietta Gilbert Rowland will be held
today (Sunday) at 3 o'clock P. M.. at
Finley's. Montgomery at Fifth. Friends
invited. Interment at Alpine, Or.
MERCER The funeral Services of the late
Fannie E. Mercer will be held Monday,
March 8, at 2:30 P. M. at the chapel of
Miller & Tracey. Interment at Mount
Cavalry cemetery.
LILENTHAL In this city, March 5, Rob
ert L. Lilenthal, aged 66 years. Remains
are at the Dunning & McEntee parlors.
Broadway and Ankeny sta. Funeral no
tice later, '
FOEHAL NOTICES.
GEORGE March 5, 1920, at the family
residence. 533 Beech street, Johannes
J. George, aged 77 years 3 months 2
days. Beloved husband of Margaret
George; father of John and Henry
George. Mrs. Lizzie Helzer. Mrs. Alice
Fiske and Mrs. Katie Newby, all of this
city; William George, of Ruff, Wash.;
Jake George of Coal Wood, Mont. Fu
neral service will be held Monday, March
8, at 2 P. M., at the Second German
Baptist church, corner Rodney avenue
and Morris street Friends invited. In
terment at Rose City cemetery. Re
mains at Pearson's undertaking parlors,
Kussell street at Union avenue, until
Sunday at 2 P. M.
KY.VE March 5, 1920. at the family resi
dence, 625 East tn St. Piorin, .inui"
Bernard Kyne. aged 68 yearsi 11 months
2;l days, beloved father of M. F.. Will
iam J. and Grace Marie Kyne. all of this
. elfv Tti. funeral rnrrere will leave the
. above residence at 8:30 Monday morning
March 8, 1920. thence to St. rvose
church. East 53d and Alameda, where
requiem mass will be offered at v A
Interment in Mnttnt Calvary cemetery.
Friends invited to attend. Remains are
at the R. T. Byrnes' parlors uniu o
P. M. Sunday. Please omit flowers.
Dubuque, Iowa, papers please copy.
SEARS In this city. March 6, Augusta
Sears, aged 95 years, wife of the late
Major Alfred Sears, mother of the late
Judge Alfred Sears and grandmotner
or Airs, w .H. Williams or
D. C, Alfred Sears of Cincinnati. O.;
Lieutenant Sears of Washington, D- .
nnrf Diehard Rears of this City. Mrs.
Co-., hn,n in Rrldzewater. Mass.
Funeral services will be held at the Old
Peoples' home. E. 33d st. and Sandy
blvd . at 2:30 P. M. tomorrow (Monday).
Concluding services will be at the Port
land crematorium, E. 14th and Bybee.
Friends invited. Arrangements In care
of F. S. Dunning, Inc.
STATSA In this city, March 5. 1920, Ger
ald Robert, aged 5 months and 17 days,
beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Staysa of 441 E. 44th st. Funeral .serv
ices will be held from the R. T. Byrnes
residence establishment, 001 Williams
ave., at 12 noon Monday, March 8, 1920.
Interment will be in Rose City ceme
tery. Friends are Invited to attend.
FUNERAL CABS.
LIMOUSINES for funeral service. JONES
AUTO LIVERT. Marshall 11a.
FLOBISTS.
MARTIN & FORBES CO., nJlT-J:i
Main 2tti. Flowenrfor all occasions artis
tically arranged.
SMIIH'SFLOWERSHOPS:
florist. We specialize in lunerai aeaitfns.
phone Main 715. Thomas C. Luke, Mgr.
LUBLINER We strive to please.
828 Morrison. Portland notei.
lis Morrison, bet. Bdwy. A Park. Mar. 2S7.
CLARKE BBOS., flcrlsta. 287 Morrison at.
Main 7709 Fine flowera and floral de
signs. No branch stores.
PORTLAND FLORAL SHOP Funeral
sprays $1.60 up. Bdwy. 2870. 465 Wash.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 287 WaahlngtoB
.". bet. th and Cth. Main 6103, A lloL
CONCRETE BCBIAL VAULTS.
THE NATIONAL VAULT CO.
Reinforced concrete burial vaults; air
tight, waterproof, everlasting, fcaciorj.
Mill Foster road. Phone Tabor 5547.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
RIYERYIEW ABBEY MAUSOLEUM
At End of Fulton Carllne.
Single tombs, family sections and rooms,
beautifully arranged in marble, only san
itary tombs in Portland; endowed for Pr
t,.,Tnl rare Auto service free.
I hone Bdwy. 381 : office 038 Plttock Blk.
EDWARD HOLMAN
& SON
Funeral Directors.
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 507.
Lady Assistant
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Director.
Washington street, betweer. 20th and
21st streets, west side.
Lady Assistant.
Main 2fi!)l. A 7815 '
Dunning & McEntee
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Broadway and
Pine st. Phone Broadway 430. A 4558.
Lady Attendant
J.P.FINLEY&SON
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
lain 8. Montgomery at Fifth.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
home. 16th and Everett sts. Telephone
Broadway 2133. Automatic 521-33.
" F. S. DUNNING. INC.,
414 E. Alder. Phone East 52.
Perfect service, personal direction, free
Use or norai M".ymuu
DOWNING & McNEMAR
r; j r "ITPPTT E- lltn nd c'ay sta
F. Li. LitUSWIl East m T 1831.
LlTPQflM Twelfth and Morrison sta.
iItlVOV-'l Broadway 2534.
A. D. KEN WORTHY A CO.,
6802-04 82d St., Lenta. Tabor 5267.
D 7CI I AD Pfl 592 Williams Ave.
111 LLLLMfl UUi East 1088. C 1088.
BREEZE & SNQ0K T' i25sbb"i54.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 4152. A 2221. Lady sails last.
MONUMENTS.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
266 4th St., Opp. C!t' N.n llrnn
ffb BLAESING GRANITE CO.
PLT THIRD AT MADISON STREET
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OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
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NEW TODAY,
and home combined, close In. on west
side; some furniture for sale. Spare
rooms now rented. . See Mrs. Green
W"'h A. J. DE FOREST & CO.
320 Henry Bldg.
Burnside Street
S W. corner Fifth and Burnside, 75x
100. I can sell this cheap and make
easy terms.
EDW.P.MALL .
30g CUA3ISEB OF COJlJltBCB.
Portland Business Bulletin
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and clas
sified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year, or other
information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or A 6095, House 29.
ACCOUNTING.
JULIUS K. BLACK, public accountant, au-
aitor, accounting systems esiaiai
maintained. Income tax service; refer
ences. 728-29 Plttock blk. Bdwy. 1.
ALTERATIONS,
R P.VTTTtVd n n a mailn.. nf ladies' gar
nients, reasonable: work guaranteed.
I. Reubln, 408 Bush ft Lane bldg.
ASSAY EltS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
Gold, silver and platinum bougnt.
BUYERS' BUREAU.
ANDERSON the Buyer saves you money
on anything you want to buy. No. 60
First st. Main 1406.
CARPET WEAVING.
DIIROThe kind that wear the best are
I. DUO made from your worn-out carpets
by the Northwest Rug Co. (former ad
dress 153 Union ave.) Rag rugs woven,
all sizes. Carpet cleaning, refitting and
resizing. Mail orders solicited. 188 1.
8th st. Phone East 3580, B 12S0.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag Rugs, all sizes Mail orders prompt.
Send for Booklet.
9x12 rugs steam or dry cleaned, fl.50
FLUFF RUG CO..
54-56 Union ave. N. East .6516, B 1475.
CARPET CLEANING.
CARPET CLEANING,
SIZING AND REFITTING.
FLUFF AND RAG RUGS
. WOVEN ALL SIZES
WRITE OR CALL
PORTLAND RUG CO.
1672 E. 17th St. Automatic 13-24.
CELLULOID BUTTONS.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Washington. Broadway 434. A l.o4.
CHIROPRACTOR.
300.000 KNOW MrMahon, 100 Chiroprac
tor. Throngs pronounce treatment easiest,
best, permanent. 31 "treats" j!5. Tel.
CHIROPODIST ARCH SPECIALIST.
WILLIAM, Estelle and Florelio De Veny.
the only scientific chiropodists ana arcn
specialists In the city. Parlors 3U2 Ger
linger bldg., S. W. corner 2d and Alder.
Phone Main 1301. '
ETHEL McCOY, chiropodist; corns and
callouses removed wltnout pain; reuei mi
all foot troubles. 609 Buchanan bldg.,
Wash. St., bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5076.
CHIROPODIST.
DR. GARTNER, foot specialist; corns, bun
ions, foot arches made to oraer .in
Swetland bldg., 5th and Wash. Main 1081.
CIRCULAR LETTERS.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 1510-11-12 Royal
building. Marshall 5822. Multigraphlng,
mimeographing and mail advertising.
CHIMNEY SWEEPS.
BISHOP CHIMNEY SWEEP.
Firnace smokes through registers;
needs repairing or cleaning. Call us.
Tabor 3S83.
COLLECTIONS.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg.. Main 1706.
No collections, no charges. h,stap. i;hhi.
DANCING.
ALL popular dances and new steps as
danced in the ballrooms touay laugnt at
DeHoney's beautiful academy. 23d and
Washington. Ladies. 4 lessons, $1.50:
8 lessons. 2.50. Gentlemen, 4 lessons,
$3: 8 lessons. $5. New classes start
Monday. Tuesday and Thursday eve, 8
to 11:30. Private lessons all hours.
Phone Main 7056. See my ad on Pago 3,
Part 1 today. Learn in a real school.
LEARN TO DANCE FOR .".
Our lessons are all private. Hours 10
A. M. to 10 P. M.. 604 Eilers bldg.. bet.
4th and nth. on Wash. st. Main 5004.
MRS. BATH. 308 Dekum bldg. Private
lessons day and eve. Main ij4o.
BALLROOM and stage dancing. Miss
Dorothy Rasmussen. eio h.liers bing.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY VETERINARIAN HOSPITAL.
41.1 East 7th. East 1S47 and 210-62.
ELECTRICAL REPAIRING.
MOTORS REWOUND Repaired
Bought and Sold.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
248Vt Kirst St. Main 871.
H.M.H.ELECTRIC CO.
31 N. 1st. Portland, Or. Re
winding and electrical repairing
l specialty. See us about new or
jsed motors. Bdwy. 1045, A 1046.
FERTILIZER.
FERTILIZE your land If you want big
crops; read about "G. M. Wonder" in our
1HJ0 catalog. Routledge Seed & Floral
Co.. 145 2d St., Portland. Or.
GENERAL INSURANCE.
JOE N. WALLER,
General Insurance.
Main S02S. 424 N. W. Bank Bldg.
HARDWOOD FLOORING.
GET estimates for new or old house. Port
land Hardwood Floof Co.. 1H7 W. Park.
IRON WORKS.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
Engineers, founders, mechanics, boiler
makers, boiler and blacksmith shop. Of
fices and works. Hawthorne ave. and East
Third st
Ml'SIC TEACHERS.
L. Carroll Day, piano, vocal lessons, prac
tice piano, 1 hr. day, $3 mo. Bdy. 25.15.
PIANO, violin, all stringed instruments
taught. Kol Kembeck. 409 Yamhill.
OREGON Conservatory (school) of Music,
2d floor Russell bldg. (over the "Lion"),
entrance loo ft 4th st.. cor. of Morrison.
WHOLESALERS AND
THE M. L. KLINE CO- 84-86-87-81) Front. KAHN BROS.. 1H5 Front St.
GRAIN MERCHANTS. PLUMBING St PPLIES AND PIPE.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bid. THE M L. KLINE CO., 84-86-87-80 Front.
; ; " I'KODI CK COMMISSION' MERCHANTS.
HATS AND CAPS. BVERDING & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
THANHAUSER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front St. KOPK AND BINDER TWINE.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison. SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
RASMUKSEN & CO.. Second and Taylor.
NEW TODAY.
BUILD THAT HOME NOW !
IT WILL COST LESS SOW THAN
LATER.
"I
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FREE.
WE HELP VOU KliVARtK.
WE BUILD BY CONTRACT OR ON
EASY TERMS.'
IF VOB HAVE LOT FOR SALE, A
BUILDING WILL SELL YOUR LOT.
SEJ3 US NOW.
SHVW, LARSON & SEYMOUR. INC.
907 Spalding Bids. Phone Main 408.
STORAGE SPACE
InTeatigate Our Flaat and Ratea.
Why Assume Expensive Leases Under
Present High Costs?
CLAY S. MORSE, IXC
Drayage and Storage .
isth and Gllaan. Phone Bdwy. 8476
WE HANDLE BARGAINS ONLY
100x100 cor. E. 1st and Broadway.
100x100 cor. Union and Shaver
60x100, 6-room house, Union avo N.t
J350O. Ground cost more.
$3000 buys 7-room modern house, 32d
st near Prescott. Look it up.
100x100, 30th St., Irvington- Park.
7-room house, $2750; worth $4000.
J. X). Kennedy, 330 Salmon. Main 47S0
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
wa rfSti
NURSERY STOCK.
ITALIAN PRUNES, LOGANBERRY TIP.S.
Other varieties trees and plants.
Let us supply you. Order now.
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chemeketa St., Salem, Or
FOR SALE The finest Italian prun trees
ever grown in Oregon, 6 to 8 ft, high,
reasonable. 5803 Woodstock ave., Port
land. Sellwood 2o32. .
WE CARRY a full assortment of choice
fruit trees, berry plants, ornamental
trees, shrubs, roses, etc.
OREGON NURSERY CO., Orenco, Or.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
lie GLASSES AT A SAVING.
EcSsryi solicit your patronage on the
Toy basis of capable service. Thou-
sands of satisfied customers. -A
trial will convince you. Charles W. Good
man, optometrist. 208 Morrison. M. -14-
cvra SCIENTIFICALLY TEST
ed with modern instruments.
"-& Glasses fitted from 2.50 up
A. E. HURWITZ. optometrist, 225 t lrst st.
OPTICIANS.
NO PROFITEERING ON SPECTACLES.
Dr. George Rubenstein, the veteran op
tician, still fits the best eye'I.a
very moderate prices. Tones "rP,J
i ih. cheaner trades. 226 Morrison.
ORIENTAL BUGS REPAIRED.
ORIENTAL BUGS
CLEANED AND REPAIRED.
KARAGOZIAN & FEiRGLjjON.
TEN YEARS WITH ATIYEH BROS..
151 N. 23D. PHONE MAIN 5-08.
PAT EN T ATTORNEYS.
PATENTS Our practice has extended otr
a period of 74 years. All communications
' strictly confidential; Prompt, ef flcie nt.
conscientious service; handbook free on
request. MUNN CO.. patent attorneys
San Francisco office. Hobart bldg.. 68
Market st., Chicago office, room 810
Tower bldg.: Washington office, room
103. 625 F St.; New York office. Wool-
worth bldg.
1 1 . tt a
R C. WRIGHT-22 years
and foreign patents. w " "
GOLDBERG, 020 Worcester bldg. M. 2525.
PATENTS.
PATENTS Send sketch or model for pre
liminary examination. Booklet free.
inghesteferences. best resu t. Prompt-
. ness assurj-eu. ni -';-" r, -
ent Lawyer, 624 F. t.. Washington, P. I.
PHYSICIANS.
DH, R, A.i PHILLIPS, Broadway bldg.
kibiauderr rectal, prostatic female
disorders, skin anec..o...-j. - --,--
enlarged tonsils, moles, birth marks.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES AT WHOLESALE
nriees. Starke-Davis Co., 212 3d. M. 7Ji.
PLUMBING.
COME AND BE CONVINCED
Let us save you money on your Plumb
ing! W E. HIVE. Plumber. 312 Pine st.
PRINTING.
KEYSTONE PRESS. J. E """.'IV
Manager. Printing and """'"Av,?
rront St., conic, .tl.. ... ;
BDHuTIWP F. W. BALTES & COMMA Y
PHIN I Inb 1st and Oak sts. Main 165: 5U-6o
- PAINTING.
i..TTn nninii.,7 nnoerhanaing. deco
rating, kalfomlnlng and sign work done
K.rnr. the rush season starts. 13-0 ,asl
Glisan. or pnone lauur -nu
GET YOUR painting, paperhanging. deco
rating, kalsomlning and sign work done
before the rush season starts. 1J-0 tast
Glisan, or phone 'lapor -ooL
PAINTING, tinting and decorating by day
or contract; all work guaranteed first
t T. stone. 601 Glisan st. Phone
after 6 P. M., Main 7i-".
WILL save you money on Inside painting,
tinting and paperhanging before we f el
busv outside. Johnson, Main 41oo.
T. H. BERGESS. painting and paperhang
ing. 333 blast tn St. r-iione n..,
pilXTIN'l',. Daoerhanging. John C. ton-
lisk. 133 Iftth st. N. Broadway -t'4...
POI'LTRV SUPPLIES.
EVERYTHING needed and used by Prac
tical poultry Keepers; catays
le,l ire Seed & Floral Co., 145 2d sU Port
land.
SECOND-HAND STORES.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
i trnnvT ST.
We buy "and, sell everything in the
..,.in. r and furniture line. Phone
Main 9072.
STOVE REPAIRING.
water coils. ant style. made and
connected: stove repairing.
A LL M A K EX REM NED AND GRATES:
FURNITURE REPAIRING. U P H O L
STERINC. IN CONNECTION. PHONE
BROADWAY 2576.
TRADEMARKS.
OREGON TRADEMARK BUREAU. f)l
Dekum bldg. U. S., foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
The Service with a Reputation.
MOV I NG-PACK'G-STOR AGE-BAGGAGE
13th and Kearney. Branch 6SV4 Bdwy.
PHONE BDWY. 3309
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Glisan St.,
corner 13th. Phone Broadway 12S1 or
1 1 HI. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest Insurance rate In the city.
FIREPROOF STORAGE
C. M. OLSEN TRANSFER CO.. 248 Pine.
PACKING. MOVING, STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER
CO.. 1WS PARK ST. MAIN 51115, A 1051.
GRINNELL transfer and storage, office
328 Irving st. Phone BUwy. 3S)4-
MANUFACTURERS
W. P. FULLER & CO., Front and Morrison.
NEW TODAY.
GARAGES
Sectional and Ready-Cut
MANY DESIGNS
Erected in Portland
or shipped anywhere.
Material and Workmanship Guaranteed
First-Class
Send for Circular
RRDIMADE BUILDING CO.
S10 . 11th St. Phone East 5114.
POBTLAND. OH.
ALDER-STREET LOT
T BE SOLD AT ONCE
50x100 on Alder, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth sts. ..
It's a dandy for speculation
or immediate use. Go look it
over.
RITTER, LOWE S CO.
201-3-5-7 BOABD OF TRADE. BLDG,
3 Mil
pig Hia hi I
www V Lllr
VFW TODAY.
Auction Sales
AT WILSON'S AUCTION HOUSE
189 SECOND STREET,
NEAR YAMHILL,
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND
FRIDAYS AT 10 A. M.
FOR ALL KINDS OF HOUSEFUR
NISHINGS Including
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
BEDDING, DISHES, UTENSILS
'aMrf mii,e IcffeetH.
GOODS ARE BKIXfi CONSIIiDIO
VS EVERY DAY TO BE SOLD h OH
WHAT THEY WILL BRIi. IK
VOL WANT YOUR MO Si K Y TO
COl-'T, ATTE.D OUR SALES.
GOODS SOLD AT PRIVATE SALE
WE CARRY A LARGE AND "WELL
ASSORTED stock; ok
HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE
of all descriptions; also CARPETS,
RUGS, LINOLEUMS, all the best
makes of
STEEL ANG GAS RANGES
In fact almost anything- pertaining
to housefurnishines, which we
SELL AT PRIVATE SALE
WE SOLICIT YOUR INSPECTION.
GROCERIES AT AUCTION
ON TUESDAY NEXT AT 10 A. M.
WE SHALL CLOSK OUT THE
BALANCE OK OUR
GROCERY STOCK AT PUBLIC
AUCTION
nOXT MISS THIS SALE, as tills Is
POSITIVELY THE HIMM1', AM
YOU BUY AT YOJ- OW" I'll UK..
J. T. WILSOX, PROPRIETOR.
We Pay Cask for Furniture. Male
1626.
r3 feo BoniFa (o.
ESTABLISHED 180X
ON TUESDAY -NEXT
WE HAVE RECEIVED THE COST
LY FURNISHINGS FROM A RESI
DENCE ON FLANDERS STREET.
ALSO PART FURNITURE, CAR
PETS, ETC, FROM A HOME ON
EAST 24TH ST. WE HAVE COM
BINED THESE TWO LISTS OF
GOODS IN ONE SALE.
Comprising tapestry overstuffed dav
enport, rocker and chair, mahogany
center tables In old designs, parlor
desk, rattan desk table, library table,
genuine leather rockers, Dufoltl dav
enport, "Wilton ruRS, fiber upholstered
rockers and chairs, oak rockers with
leather seats, quarter-sawed oak hall
seat and larpe French plate mirror,
beautiful Circassian walnut bedstead
ill colonial style with Princess dresser
and chair en suite, ivory suite as
follows, steel bed. dresser and dress
ing table, also solid aiahograny bed
room suite with very large Krpnch
plate mirror on dresser, full size
brass bed. all beds are complete with
good springs and mattresses, oak
dressers, child's crib and mattress,
bedroom carpets, qoarter-sawed oak
dining room strife, viz., pedestal tabie,
set o leather seat chairs and hand
some combination buffet, set of Havi
laud china dishes, glassware . ant
silverware, combination tiarland
range, steel range, kitchen cupboard,
breakfast table, garden tools, eta
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:
All the above goods are now on view.
Please call tomorrow and look them
over at your leisure. You will find
them worthy of your attention.
Auction on Tuesday next at 1U A. M.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
We shall have the furnishings' of an
eight-room house to sell. These goods
can be seen Wednesday afternoon.
Auction on Thursday next at 10 A. M.
We buy household goois for cash, or
wiU aell for you on cunmliloB,
PHONE MAIN 3332.
W. C. BAKER and W. H. DEAN
Furniture Dealers and Auctioneers
Yamhill and West Park Sts.
PYTHIAN BUILDING
(Formerly Masonic Temple)
IDEAL LOCATION
AND SETTING
ALAMEDA
A 9-room bungalow set among
lovely native firs. Ground area
over 13,000 sq. feet. The living
room and music room extend
across the front the dining
room with its bay window and
pleasant outlook down the tree
lined streets; the 2 large own
er's sleeping rooms and bath,
the maid's room and large and
"complete kitchen with builfc-in
refrigerator; etc., all help to
make the home distinctive.
There are 2 large sleeping
rooms on second floor; a base
ment to be. proud of; wide ver
andas; garage. Complete in
formation by calling
MRS. HARRY PINE PALMER
Phone: East 7976
MUST SELL $2500
100x100 on Foster road, running to
Millard avenue, at 80th street.
Good frame building 30x60 suitable
for storage, garage, repair shop or
something of that sort.
Also another building 20x30 adjoin
ing. Whole property goes for $2500.
See owner at 8016 Foster road any
time Sunday, or address
BiS, ORKIIOMA.N.
Bead The Oregonian classified ads
KFW TODAY.
SELECT YOUR
ESITE
BOTH RIVER AD MOUNTAIN
IEVS.
BUILDING RESTRICTIONS.
GLKN.MORRTK is Just a short
distance south of Riverdale by
the new highway near the river,
and all tracts have boat-landing
privileges. Every tract
faces on a fine road and many
face directly on the highway.
This property was developed
as a big county estate many
years ago. and now affords a
witlo variety of selection, with
big oak. native and Imported
trees, fine orchards, rich soil,
and most of It in cultivation.
It is not necessary to buy
suburban acreage and wait
years for plant growth, since
you can buy acreage In any
amotmt to suit from one acre up
in a condition which would take
you years to reproduce on raw
land.
The highway from Oswego to
Oregon City has been changed
so it runs through the renter of
llleninorric. Grading has been
finished, and it Is now pro
posed to complete paving by
June 1, making it only a i'U
niinute drive.
PRICES as low as JlflflO an
acre for desirable tracts. It
will cost much more after the
completion of the highway. Sec
it now and derive the benefit of
the present low prices.
DRIVE out any time you like.
Clo out either Macadam or I'or
bett streets along the River
road to Oswego, through Oswego
ami cross bridge. ISO yards bc
vund brlilire turn to right at
(JLEN.MOKFUE sign, which is
(he beginning of O 1 e n m o rrie.
Drive through the entire prop
erty to the top of the hill and
you will be repaid by enjoying
the most wonderful V 1 e w. in
Oregon.
KASER & RAINEY
S 2.-1-8 GASCO lll.Uti. M1IV 7602.
IE II
2 MILES COURTHOUSE
TWO BLOCK FROM COUNCIL
CHEST ( All,
This Is the most sensational
sale of high-grade acreage ever
made in the city. This prop
erly extends from Palrmouiit
bntflevard. near the old rock
crusher, to the l'oscli road, each
tract facing on this highly Im
proved county road.
Some tracts are all In cultl-
vatlon; some have beauliml
trees. Several tracts have ever
running springs: all have mag
nificent unobstructed view of
the valley and coast mountains.
South and west slope sheltered
from the east winds. There iH
no rough or steep land in this
entire property, making it the
most desirable property with a
high elevation anywhere In the
fit v. lias, city water, roads
paved and paid f"r; no assess
ments of any kind.
JJ500 building restrictions
protect it against the usual nu
de s i r able features of acreaca
tracts. Adjoining property sells
for double this price and, in
order to close up an estate, we
are authorized to make this sac
rifice in order to move It rap
idly. Fortunes have been made on
the Heights by Investors who
bought a b! k or su and later
sold one lot lor much more than
the original cost of entire pur
chase price. Vou now have a
greater opportunity than the
investors of some years ago. A
careful investigation will easily
convince vou. There are only a
limited number of these tracts,
so do not delay In making your
Inspection In order to get a
good selection.
Drive up and ee It or phone
for an appointment to show you.
KASER & RAINEY
Sl-6 tiASt'O Ill.IKi. MAIN 702
Irvington
Twenty-first street near Klickitat,
seven-room bungalow, complete in
i every detail. hiuiit in uis oeiore
present nign prices. tuum mi n
duplicated within a thousand dollars
of present price. Terms. Cull for
appointment.
L. R. Bailey Company
Marshall 64.
Parrish, Watkins & Co.
Est. 1867.
Frank E. Watklna, Manaaer.
Member Portland Realty Board.
Real Estate, Rental,
Loan and
Fire and Automobile
Insurance Agents
Correspondence Solicited.
104 Second St. I'honet Mala 144.
ELEVENTH AND GLISAN
100 x 100
ONE BLOCK KHOM M1H1H BANK
DEPOT.
This location has a wonder
ful future. We have a low
price on this for a short time
only.
RITTER, LOWE S CO.
201-3-5-7 BOARD OK '1KAIIE HI.IMi.
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS RESIDENCE
ONE OK THE BEST SMillTLV tOB
IKERS WITH MNE-KOOM HOI SE,
W ELL BI ILT, LAHtiE Ll ING HOOM,
FIREPLACE, BREAKFAST KOOM,
TWO BATH ROOMS. OWNER WILL
TAKE y.VMKI LESS TIHN THE MAH
KET I'HICK, IF VOL ARE INTER
ESTED I.N SEt'lRINfi A HOME O.N
THE WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS. SEE
ME
HARVEY WELLS & CO.
OS GASCO BLDta. rilONK MAIN 4.164.
CI Mortgage Loans
Edward E. Goudey Co.
Vi 8. Dank Uuildlna;
!r.w TODAY.
APARTMENTS
$110,000 West Side Apartment
5-story fire-proof building with CI
3-room and five 2-room apartments,
built in 1916. All apartments hava
prfvate bathrooms, gas ranges and
refrigerators. Sixteen apartments
furnished. Steam heat with Fcss
System for burning oil. Automatic
elevator. $30,000 will handle and will
take trade up to $50,000. Ground
100x110. Good income.
$(0,5C0 Nob Hill Apartment
Apartment house on Everett street,
2 blocks from Washington. Income
$825.00 a month. $10,000 will handle.
.$45,000 West Side Apartment
On Irving' street. 21 apartments. Six
3-room; nine 4-room, and six 5-room.
4 garages. Nearly all furnished. In
come nearly $1000 per month. Termi.
.$29,500 Irvington Apartment
The classiest apartment in the cfly;
4 nDnrtments of 5 rooms each: hard
wood floors throughout; fireplat-e;
imported irencn tapestry; wnue
enamel plumbing; tiled bathrooms;
Dutch kitchen with gas ranges, large
French mirrors in bedroom; all largfl
rooms. Occupied by well-to-do ttn-
ants. Terms.
.$15,000 West Side Flats
On Kearney street, in choice Nob
Hill district, Income,$200 per month.
Terms.
STOKE BUILDINGS
We have modern store buildings
with rooms above in all the different
suburban districts at pre-war prices,
VACANT AND RESIDENCE LOTS
.$1 1,000 Quarter lllmk
On E. 2d and Tine. Will give yon
warranty deed for $7.r0 down and
mortgage back for balance to any
party who will construct building
on same.
We have numerous business and
residence lots for sale on easy terms
in all parts of the city.
For information in regard to these
and other business properties
oca
SUSIKCSS PR0PCHTY
LKASII
"Real
Homes"
In Portland's
Most Select
Residence Districts
Westovcr Terraces
King's Heights
Laurclhurst
Riviera
For further
Information
Phone
Mrs. Harry Price Palmer
Hast 7976
COUNTRY HOMESITE
FOR BUSINESS MAN
BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN TRACT
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
."i nrres on the IiIIIk overlooking
riVPr, JMMUII IH 111.. rtl . .1
HH.IIMlt. ioon to bo piivc.l nil th-
to l'..rllmicl. Wonderfully Inrnt-
nl, II nilM'S i run, iiuiiiimipr, .,.--oil.
pari ft on 1 1 y rollum Mini cull Ivntnl,
with clvrn. rich soil; mrt tialumllv
wooilnl with spriiiKK mid mnninic
Mtrrams; vii-WK that ramiot ho fir -passoil.
f'liv w.ilcr available; rlre.
Iri'-ltv fine cr.ule Mul hlRh nliooH
nearfilaily delivrrlra. A beautiful -eat
Ion for m buaiiiet-H nian'n elf-up-porllni?
home.
BARGAIN PRICE $11,000
Mrs. HelenS. Turner!
1H Spalding HlrfK. Ma4n MM.
TWO-FAMILY FIAT
Will handle, five year' tinie
tin the balance. Icatel on
Kleventh utreet. near MA
walking rto-ianco from hop
Dinir cl!:f"'
PRICE $12,000
RITTER, LOWE g CO.
IOVkI-.V7 HOAHII K TKUK HLIKi.
IRVINGTON HOME
sKti-noon moih:k nnrK,
7l Kr HHOUIWtV M'MKKT.
I.OOl) I.OTI. W VfT.
Mil l IIK IT l HKAMO Villl.M
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