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TUB SUNDAY OREGOXIAN. rORTLAXD. OCTOBER 31, 1920
CITY HAS 379 OF 413 POLLING
PLACES IN MULTNOMAH GO.
115 Booths Are on West Side, 264 on East Side; Country Precincts Have
34; Locations and Numbers Listed for Voters. -
Why We Believe
There are 413 precincts Xn Mult
nomah county In which votes will be
edst at the election Tuesday. Of these
1X5 are in Portland on the west side
and 264 on the east side and 34 In
the country. The west side precincts
run from 1 to 98 V4, the east side pre
cincts from 99 to 298, also including
number- 317 and 318. and the coun
try precincts run from 299 to 327.
There are 86 precincts numbered one
half. Following- are the polling place lo
cations: precinct. Location of Polls.
1 Garage, Thurxnan St., bet. 32a ana
2 Terrace Grocery. 28th and Thurman.
H Gi-ocerv, N. W. cor. U5th and Upshur.
. 4 Basement church, S. K. corner 20th
and Savler Bts.
ft Garage, -73." Vaughn Bt.
6 Grocery, S.13 X. 23d at.
7 bs7 Wilson St., near 21st st.
ft iavls school. 21st and Raleigh Bts.
i 507 Savier st., bet. 17th and ISth sts.
tii 81 N. Gth st.( Hamilton Motor Co.
21 515 Xorthrup St.. cor. loth at.
12 s. E. corner 17th and Northrop sta.
12 if. Church. fcS. W. cor. 17th and Mar
3.1 200 N. 21st St., near Pettyprrove st.
14 parish house, St. Mark's church, 231
N. 21st st. m
13 80S Overton st., bet. 26th st. and Cor
13V- HiJl Military Academy, 821 Mar
"ifi Enpine house. 24th and Johnson sts.
17 Factory Motor Car Co., 702 Kearney
st.. bet. 21st and 221 sts.
X 15: J N. 2'Ad at., bet. Irving and Hoyt.
10 Garage, S. E. cor. 23d and Irving ats.
0 Basement Hartford Apis., 21at and
21 S. E. corner 21st and Irving ats.
-22 T.fiS Glisan St.. bet, 20th and 21st ats.
23 Church, X. W. cor. ISth and Hoyt.
24 Garage, X. E. cor. Iftth and Irving.
25 Basement, 120 X. 18th st.. cor. Glisan.
25 Basement, Wellington Court, X. V.
cor. 15th and Everett sts.
2ft Engine house, 511 Glisan at.
27 Dundee's garage, Broadway and Flan
5S 20 X. 1st st.-
mi Hotel Philip, 2S7 BnmsMe st.
W. L. Hughson Co., Broadway and
SI Sneedwcll garage. 35 X. 14th Bt.
32 Parish house, 57 X. lth St., near
83 Washington st., bet. Trinity Place
ami iioth st.
84 40 Ella Bt.. near Washington Bt.
3- Warren Motir Car Co., 5S X. 23d St.
351, Davis Apts., 705 Davis St.
Sli Garage. 221 Cornell road.
C7 ion 14 th st.. bet. Washington and
Rum side sts.
Ht Walters' Tire Shop. 3S! Stark st.
r,!i Wilkenson Tire Shop. 304 Pine st.
40 Kncine house, 2d and Oak sts.
41 Loyal Legion headquarters, 3d and
42 244 Washington St., bet. 2d and 3d.
4:t 147 Park Ft.
44 W. O. V,'. TVmpI, 11th St., bet. Alder
and Washington sts.
441; 444 H Washington st.. Palace hotel
45 Engine house. Washington at., near
Lown.ulu le st.
40 Covey Motor Car Co., 21st and Wash
40 '4 Honeymnn garage. 200 St. Clair St.
47 Basement, 0UO Salmon st., cor. Xar
l Ilia st.
4S Rost-nfeld garage, 221 Vista ave.
4U 1K Lrfwnsdale st., bet. Taylor and
41 i 175 17th St., cor. Yamhill st.
pit- M. E. church, 12th and Taylor sts.
51 171 West Park st.. basement.
52 Y. M. C. A.. Ilth and Taylor sts.
0: 247 Taylor St., bet. 2d and .Id sts.
54 241 Salmon St., bet. 2d and 3d sts.
55 East entrance, courthouse.
.Mi Giirase. ;SH Taylor st., m ar 10th at.
t7 White Temple. 12th and Taylor ats.
f 201 14th st.. near Jefferson st.
5Mi Garage, 200 13th st.
50 2I!5 Chapman St.. corner Main at.
Ct Flower mission. 10th and Madison sts.
f.l L.atd school. 10th and Jefferson ats.'
t2 East entrance, city hall.
t- Hotel Lennox. 3d st., near Main st.
f4 2;t:i Clay St., near 2d t.
5 347 1st Bt., near Market st.
G Market st. entrance to city audito
67 305 4th st.. near Clay st. !
63 First Christian church. Park and Co
fiO Church, West Park and Jefferson ats.
70 Garage, 312 12th St., cor. Clay st.
7i 2Sii 12th st .-, near Jefferson st.
71 4 OH Jefferson St.. near 13th st.
7iTA Whitney Apts.. 335 14th st.
72 B'nai B'rith club bide., 13th st., near
7.'! 2Sl 17th st., corner Jefferson st.
M Garage. lOth and Market stp.
75 Engine house. Montgomery at., near
Lownsila le st.
70 425 Montgomery st., cor. 11th st.
TO',4 42S Harrison st.. near 12th st.
77 Shattuck school. Park and Hall sts.
"!A School of Commerce. 5th aud Har
7.0 Engine house. Fourth and Mont
704 Garage, College st., between 3d and
P0 Store. 301 1st fit., corner Mill st.
hi 545 1st .t., between Hall and Lin
82 Cottel Drug company. 1st and Sher
3 Garage. 3"R College t.
h4 Garage. 435 West Park st.
J 5 5 54 ilrondwa y .
SO 54s Vista ave., near Spring Bt.
S7 Engine house. 2it h and Spring Bts.
8S Kirohecker'a garage, 733 Pntton road.
0V5 iHt st.. near Sheridan st.
W0 Fulling school. Front and Porter st.
01 2S1 Hooker St., near 4th st.
02 475 Git'bs St.. corner 11th st.
Kl 1th Prewbyieria.il church. 1st and
94 StU Corbett st. .
85 llulniiin school, Corbett and Ban
Ofi !Oi4 Corbett St.. near Sevmour st.
f 7 Ku I ton school. 1st and Miles sts.
0 15.x" Macadfim, near Nevada st.
fS4 1435 Macadam, near Dakota st.
Mi 52S t'mattlla ave., between E. 11th
and K. i:ith st.
100 Back room. 174S E. 13th St., near
101 S. W. corner E. 13th et. and Tenlno
102 Engine house. S. E. corner E. 13th
st. and Tenlno ave.
li3 Community house. E. 15th at. and
104 1571 E. l-'ith st.. between Miller and
105 Garnge. 15o:t E. 11th st.
lo.-.H 1442 Milwaukie st.
loti Midway hose house, between South
ave.TMid Itamona ave.
107 Garage. 1136 Milwaukie St., corner
loi Dun 1 way school. Eastmoreland.
lHfc Fowler's Photo Shoo, E. 37 th St..
near Ten i no ave.
100 1424 Woodstock ave., between 44 th
and 4.th sts. S. E.
110 Church. N. W. corner 44th st. and
Woodstock ave. S. E.
111 Church. N. W. corner 41st St. and
Woodstock ave. S. E.
112 5010 41st st s. E., corner 50th ave.
113 5ti30 Woodstock ave.. corner 56th st.
114 Vil3 72d Bt.. near 55th ave. E.
115 Wood mere hiUl, 77th st.. and Wood
. attack ave. fa. E.
110 Millard-Avonue Fuel Co.. 72d st.. be
tween 52d ave. and Whitman ave.
117 Green Pros.. E. 74th at., near Powell
118 50." o S2d st.. corner Woodstock ave.
HSr 61 no W2d st.. near Woodstock ave.
120 Coff man's garage, film 92d st.. near
Woodstock ave. S. E.
121 Lents Vol. Hose Co.. 5Sth ave.. near
122 Grunge hall, 02d at. S
123 Burke's garage. 72d
. . C. n.
E., near Foster
t., near 53th
1-3 07OT Foster road, corner 67th st.
124 3I20 7Hth st. S. E.. between 40th and
l-'j W. O. W. hall. 05th st S T? k-
tween 45th ave. and Foster road
126 Laure'.wood M. E. church, 63d st.
S. E.. near Foster road.
120 V S. K. corner ooth Bt. S. E. and 37th
nve. S. E.
127 Old Soth Mt. Tabor school. E. 65th
Mnn iivisntn sis.
12S liVtO Division st.. corner Rat ttntn mt
120 X. E. corner Foster road and 54tli
13o 53JS Foster road, near 54th st S K
131 Garage. S. E. corner 52d st. and 45th
lil'j ureston school. 4xtn st. S. E. and
Powell Valley road.
133 3421 5th st. S. E., near Powell Valley
134 McMahon'i hall. E. 43d and Divi-
itw u.iiaxc . i c. .i:nn si., between
i iiKan sr. ann v ooaward ave
133 ft N. W. corner E. Stfth and Division
!."6fl tre. S81 E. 37th St.. near Mail s
l&SVi Engine house. Frances and Green-
137 895 Gladstone Ave.
i;ts 720 Powell St., comer E. 2l-t St.
13U Clinton Kelly school. E. 27 th and
140 Garage. 407 E. 2th Pt.. between Clin
ton and Division Sts.
HOH Garage. 1017 Clinton St., between
Greenwood Ave. and E. 34th St.
141 808 Clinton St., between E. 25th and
14C 713 Clinton St.. near E. 31st St.
Lio Basement, 53 Powell St., ear MiiL
144 694 Milwaukie St., corner Rhine St.
143i Gregory hall, &S1 Center St., near Mil
145 Brooklyn school, Milwaukie and
146 631 Milwaukie St.. corner Beacon SL
1" Church, s. W, corner SS. 10th am?
148 Engine house, E. 7th and Stephens Sta
141 374 Hawthorne Ave., cor. Union Ave.
140 H G2 Hawthorne Ave., cor. E. 8th St.
i.tv tinurch, E. 16th and Poplar Sts.
1H 5W4 Elliott Ave.
151 711 Division St., corner E. 20th St.
151 Garage. N. VV. corner E. 34th and
152 Garage. 303 E. 32d St., corner Mar
152 Garage, 207 E. 24th St., near Haw
133 1024 Hawthorne Ave., between E. S4th
and 35th Sta.
154 Garage, 144G E. Lincoln St.. near
154 Garage. 1144 E. Lincoln St., near
E. 3:th SL
135 U. P. church, E. 37th and E. Clay Sta.
155 Richmond school, E. 41st and E
156 Garage, s. W. corner E. 47th St. and
156 347 E. ooth St., between B. MIX
and Stephens Sts.
157 Church, E. 52d and E. Lincortn Sts.
137 lGn3 Division St., near E. 60th St.
158 453 Hawthorne Ave., cor. E. 8th St
15J 114 Union Avei( near E. Alder St.
160 120 Grand Ave., cor. E. Alder St.
1G1 Engine house, E. 3d and E. Pine Sts.
162 65 E. 9th St., between E. Stark and
E. Oak Sts.
163 Eat Side library, E. 11th and E. Al
164 Garage. E. 13th St. and Hawthorne
165 641 E. Madison St., cor. E. 17th St.
1-045 Garage, S. W. corner E. 14th and E.
167 Washington high school, E. 14th and
168 Garage, N. E. corner E. 19th and E.
169 S. E. cor. E. 2Ath andE. Morrison Sts
170 705 Hawthorne Ave., near E. 20th St.
17-0 Basement, 7S1 E. Mala St., corner
E. 24th St.
171 S45 Bei-mont St., between E. 27th and
E. 2Jth Sts.
1"2 Church, E. 2ttth and E. Stark Sts.
173 0i3 Belmont St.. corner E. 33d St.
174 Back room, S. W. corner E. 34th and
E. Taylor Sts.
173 Garage. E. 28th St., between E. Main
and E. Madison Sts.
175 Garage, s. E. corner Glenn Ave, and
E. Salmon St.
176 Friends church, E. 85th ad Main Sts.
177 Engine house, E. 35th and Belmont
178 1041 Belmont St., between E. 34th and
E. 35th Sts.
178 Garage, 1056 E. Washington St.,
corner E. 35th St.
179 Rear room, 148 E. 39th St., near Bel
179 Garage, 1258 Belmont St., between
42d and 43d Sts.
ISO 120S E. Madison St. between E.
40th and E. 41st Sts.
181 1350 Hawthorne ave., corner E. 48th
182 Glencoe school, E. 49th and Belmont
183 Garage, 223 E. fi2d st, near E. Sal
184 Hall. E. 60th st., between Belmont
and E. Stark sts.
185 17S E. Morrison st., between E. 69th
and E. 70th streets.
186 10S6 E. Stark St., near E. 79th bL
187 2i2o E. Stark st.f between E. 80th and
188 Engine house, E. 82d and E. Burn-
180 1973 E. Stark st., near 78th st.
100 2004 E. Glian St.. cor. E. 80th st.
10O iU2t E. Glisan st., near 76th st.
101 Church. E. 76th st., between E. Hoyt
and E. Glisan sts.
102 2001 E. Glisan st., near E. 80th st.
103 Glenhaven school, E. 81st and Schuy-
. ler streets.
193 138 Sandy, bet. 72d and 73d eta
194 Jenks R. E. office, E. 69th and Sandy
194 Garage, 685 E. 64th st. N., between
Klickitat and Siskiyou sts,
105 Garage, 1599 E. Glisan St.
106 1776 E. Glisan SL, between E. 69th
and 70th Sts.
197 Mt. Tabor school, E. 60th St., near E.
198 Garage. 1161 E. Burnslde St., corner
tj. auth mt. . :
198 1320 E. Glisan SV, corner E. 47th I
199 Building. X. W. corner E. 52d and E. 1
00 Rose City Park M. E. church, E. 58th
St. and The Alameda.
200 Engine House. E. 56th St. and
201 Presbyterian Church, E. 45th and
201 Garage. S. E. comer E. 47th and
202 West end of Laurelhurst Office, E.
30th and Glisan Sts.
02 Laurelhurst Club, 1125 E. Ankeny
203 807 Sandy Boulevard, between E. 28th
and h.. J0th bts.
204 Church. N. W. corner E. 29th and
E. Everett Sts. i
205 2 E. 28th St., near E. Ankeny St.
06 Kerns School, E. 27th and E. Couch
207 Garage. 75T E. Burnslde St.
07 Garage. N. W. corner E. 22nd and
E. Ankeny Sts.
:0S Garage. OtiO E. Ankeny St., corner
E. 18th St.
209 Garage. St E. corner E. 16th and E.
09 Garage, S. E. corner E. 14th and
210 Webster's Garage, E. 11th and E.
211 Buckman School, E. 12th and E.
11 Garage. 12 E. 12th St.. near E.
212 450 E. Burnside t.
213 Talbot & Casey, 1 Grand Ave., corner
E. Ankeny St.
14 51 Union Ave. N.. between E. Couch
.and E. Davis Sts.
215 Garage, X. E. corner E. 21st and
216 Garage. 808 Clackamas St., between
E. 24th and E. 2ith Sts.
216 Garage, 718 Multnomah St., corner
Kv 2 1st St.
17 Garage. S. W. corner E. 10th and
218 Engine House, Grand Ave. and Mult
10 Maxwell Motor Co., E. 3rd and Ore
220 200 Crosby St., corner Holladay Ave
221 353 Larrabee SL, near Broadway.
-1 Hesirtence, Aic3iuien St., cornet
. Basement; "434 Larrabee St., corner
I Garage. 319 Williams Ave., corner
223 333 Union Ave. N.. near Weld ler.
224 Garage. E. Sth St.. between Weidler
St. - and jJroadw ay.
225 Garage. S. W. corner E. 14th St. and
226 Garage. S. E. corner E.' 16th and
226 Garage. X. W. corner E. 17th. and
27 Garage, t04 Broadway, between E.
l'.'th and E. 21st Sts.
22S Basement. N. E. corner E. 22d . and
220 Ensrine huse. E. 24th St.. near Tilla
29 Kern wood School, Hancock SL.
near E. 30th St.
230 Hill & Sona grocery. E. 30th SL and
30 Boulevard Garage, E. 42d St. and
231 37th St. Garage. X .E. corner E. 57th
st and Sandy Boulevard.
2 1410 Sandy Boulevard, near E. 52d.
232 Garage, X. W. corner E. 47th and
233 Garage. S. W. cor. E. 41st and Knott.
233 Garage. X. W. corner E. 43d and
234 Garage. N. W. cor. E. 24th and Knott.
230 G.i ra ge, X. E. corner E. 22d and
233 Garage. X. E. corner E. 16th and
236 Garage. 540 E. lOth. SL, between
Rrazee and Knott Sts.
236 Irving ton school. E. 14th and
237 716 Union Ave. X., opposite Ivy SL
237 5S0 Union Ave. X.
238 Garage. 540 Thompson SL, corner E.
23S :arage. S. W . corner E. lOth and
239 470 Union Ave. X.. cor. Eugene St.
240 440 Union Ave. X., between Tilla
mook and Eugene Sts.
240 477 Williams Ave., near Eugene.
241 Eugine house. Russell St.. between
Williams and Rodney Aves.
212 040 Williams Ave., between Morris
and Monroe Sta. 1
243 702 Williams Ave., between Cook
Ave. and Ivy St.
244 Central M. E. Church, Vancouver
Ave. and Fargo St.
245 5H Williams Ave., between i Knott
St. and Graham Ave.
246 543 Vancouver Ave., between Russell
and Knott Sts.
247 132 Riwe!l St.. corner Borthtwlck.
24S 123 Russell St.. between Mississippi
Ave. and A'.blna Ave.
241) Shaver school. Mississippi Ave. and
240 045 Mississippi Ave., near Morrla,
250 45 Capitol Ave., near Shaver SL
251 06 Killlngsworth Ave., near Denver
251 Garage. 116 Willamette Boulevard,
betweet Jenver Ave. and Gay St
252 94 Killlngsworth Ave., between Mich
igan and Mississippi Aves.
252 Engine House. Willamette Boule
vard and Patton Ave.
O - XI " W nrrr t i ! a
1 Ektdmore SL
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kWe believe that Portland has an opportunity afforded in this
election to do something that few cities have ever had the op
portunity of doing that is to get a real business man to manage
the city's business.
' We are absolutely convinced that if Portlanders realized this
.- they would overwhelmingly take advantage of it. That
opportunity is to elect Herbert Gordon, one of Portland's
ablest and most constructive business men, Mayor.
Herbert Gordon, we know, has the nerve and ability to achieve
very heavy reductions in the city's expenditures without sacri
ficing efficiency. He has the practical business experience and
the knowledge of public affairs required to enforce a program
Thos. H. Edwards, President Edwards .
H; R. Albee, insurance
J. C. Veazie, Veazie, McCourt & Veazie
A. E. Gantenbein, President Indepen
dent Cracker Co.
Mrs. Josephine Othus, President House
I. M. Walker, President Behnke-Walker
B. Lee Paget
P. N. Clark, F. N. Clark & Co.
C. L. McKenna, supreme secretary Unit
Give Gordon Either
Your First or Second
254 855 Mississippi Ave, near Shaver St.
254 7S5 Mississippi Ave., between Beech
and Failing Sts.
255 770 Mississippi Ave., near Beech St.
256 777 Williams Ave., corner Beech St.
256 Garage. Shaver St., between Com-
mercial St. and Haight Ave.
257 060 Albina Ave., between Prescott and
257 Church, X. E. corner Skidmore St.
and Vancouver Ave.
258 Library, Killlngsworth Ave. and Com
259 774 Williams' Ave., between Beech and
200 055 Union Ave. N., near Prescott St.
2G1 Engine House, Union Ave., between
Alberta and Going Sts.
202 820 Union Ave. N., between Failing
and Shaver Sts.
2R3 85G Union Av. N., corner Shaver st.
2U3 Garage, 883 E. 9th St. N.t corner
264 998 Union Ave. N., between Going and
264 1O30 E. 11th St. N.,iear Alberta St.
Sitefr frescott St., cqrner k. lain i
2; 504 Alberta St., corner Vernon Ave.
2titi G72 Alberta St., between JS. IStn
ana iym is. -67
Vernon School, E. 23d and Wygant
268 869 E. 20th St. N., near Mason St.
208 Cowley's Hall. S. w. corner E. atn
and Alberta Sts.
2fiO Garue. E. Had and Alberta Sts.
2G9 1145 E. 30th St. N., near Killings
270 Kennedy School, E. 33d and, Jarrett
270 Concordia College, E. 2Sth and Hol
371 Garasre. N. W. corner E. 16th St. and
272 651 Alberta St., corner E. 17th St.
72 N. W. cor. E 2Hd and Alberta Sts.
273 Garage. 1060 E. 14th St. N, near Al
273 551 Alberta St., between E. 12th
and 13th Sts.
274 Church, cor. E. 6th and Alberta Sts.
275 dmfectionery, N. E. corner Union
Ave. N., and Killingsworth Ave.
70 444 Dekum Ave., near E. 7th St.
277 S. E. cor. Dekum and Durham Aves.
278 Engine House, Durham Ave., near
279 Wood la wn School, Union Avenue and
279 Garge, 1315 Union Ave. N., corner
280 Church, S. E. corner Cleveland Ave.
and Jarrett St.
2S0 1170 Moore St., between Killings'
worth Ave. and Jessup St.
281 137 Killings-worth Ave., between Al
bina and Borthwick Aves.
252 115 Killlngsworth Ave., between Miss
issippi and Albina Aves.
282 Ockley Green School, Patton and
Ains worth Aves,
253 Kenton Club, Kussett and Greenwich
"R314 iai Lombard St., near Albina Ave.
284 1761 Derby St., between Willis Boule
vard and McClelland St.
285 Fire Hall. Portland Boulevard and
2S6 Thiems Garage, 02 Portland Blvd.
86 80 Killlngsworth Avenue, near
287 Garage. 275 W. Killlngsworth Ave.,
near Greeley St.
267 155 W. Killlngsworth Ave., corner
oft 1587 Peninsula Ave., nr. Lombard St.
2hS 204 Willis Boulevard, near Penin
2SJ 463 Lombard St., near Washburn St.
200 Church, S. E. corner Fiske and Lom
ooi R04 Lombard St.. near Flske St.
202 1632 Portsmouth Ave., near Lombard
293 821 Lombard St., corner Portsmouth
204 533 Lombard St., near Otis French
204 Garage, 10O3 S. Kellogg St., near
295 Old City Hall. St. Johns.
200 216 West Catlin St.
2W 003 N. Seneca St., corner Fessen
207 Library. Charleston and Kellogg Sts,
20S Building. JHiawty ana ressenaen sts.
200 Nicola! parage. Columbia blvd. and
, Derby St.
300 Park Rose Congregational church,
301 Grange hall, Russellvllle,
302 Buckley school house.
33 Calkins hall, Gilbert station.
304 Farnsworth store. Gilbert station.
305 City hall. Fairview.
306 Maccabees hall. Rock wood.
307 Pleasant Valley, Grange hall. Syca
30s Murphy's hall, Gresham.
3it Condon hrfitel. Gresham.
3O0 Citv hall, Gresham.
310 Masonic hall, Troutdale.
Sll Elliott s hall. Powell valley.
311 Denny's hall. PleaFant Home.
312 Union high school. Corbett.
313 Library, Bridal Veil Lumber company,
314 Bridal Veil Lumber company office.
$15 Warrendale store, Warrendale, Or.
mt Srhool bouse. Sauvies island.
Jl7 Hoi brook school house. Hoi brook. Or.
311 r 11 r 11n.11. u 1.
xi K Fire hall. Linnton.
318 Frank Johnson's house, one-eighth
mile north of intersection of Sky
line Diva, ana uermamowR roaa.
m Qvlvan Brhnnlhnii Svlvan
I 32A Fairuale echoolhouse,
SZS. fiihsdaio schoolhouse.
322 Ryan place clubhouse
322 Multnomah station.
323 Maplewood clubhouse.
324 West Portland schoolhonse.
325 Riverdale schoolhouse.
325 Collins View grocery. Intersection
Palatine Hill road and Boones Ferry
326 Bren t wood- hall, corner Cooper and
326 6657 82d.
327 Errol Heights clubhouse.
ELECTION SUPPLIES SENT
.Materials Xow in Hands of Offi
cials of 55 Clarke Precincts.
, VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 30.
(Special.) Election supplies for the
55 voting precincts in Clarke county
have been distributed by J. L. Gar
rett, county auditor, who encountered
Prevtoit Brown, nba took war
pictures and was decorated for
some muddy roads in the sparsely
settled districts. There are 11.6SS
registered voters, the greatest num
ber ever registered .here. . "
Persons who have changed their
residence during the past 30 days
may not lose their vote if they will
report the change of address to the
city clerk any time before closing
time Monday. No change of address
will be made election day and if one
is not registered in a precinct he will
not be permitted to vote.
Gordon -for Less Taxes.
A vote for Herbert Gordon for
Mayor of Portland and a vote against
the 3-mill levy asked for by the pres
ent administration means that you
help elect a man who will save hun
dreds of thousands of dollars a year
to the citizens. Reports from all
sections, except the north end, indi
cate this. (Paid Advertisement, Gor-don-for-Mayor
club: Ralph Coan,
Pres.; C C Stout. Secy.)
A coroner in one of the London
boroughs has retired with a record of
having conducted 28,000 inquests dur
ing his 26 years at service.
i : r dV.
Shoeld Be E
Mrs Alexander Thompson, President
- Federation of Women's Clubs
J. Allen Harrison
Dr. H. C. Fenton
J. O. Elrod .
Judge M. G. Munly
Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh
D. C. Powell
Frank L. McGuire, realtor
Joseph P. Taylor, lumber
W. H. Buoy, lumber
F. A. Garbade, retired
J. D. Wharton
This advertisement was drafted and paid for by our
selves, because we know Herbert Gordon. We know
that he is a citizen of the highest type and that thousands
of others would be glad indeed to subscribe to this
indorsement if they only knew him personally.
WAR MOVIES M COMING
PICTURES OF 9 1ST ARE TO BE
SHOWS' AT HEILrtG.
Benefit Performances Are to Be
Given Thursday, Friday and
With the exception of observation
men and a few staff officers, the
doughboy and his oificers , in the
American expeditionary forces saw
only the little piece of the war which
they were fighting.
It was impossible for him to see
how his entire division worked, what
was .going on over the hill to the
right of him, or in the woods to his
left. But the moving picture photog
rapher, an enlisted man in every in
stance, was here, there and every
where with his camera, clicking
Because this was true, the war de
partment now has official moving
pictures of the activities of every
division on every Nfront, and Port
land will have the privilege of wit
nessing the first showing of the
photographs' of the 91st division on
the Pacific coast, at the Heilig the
ater, November 4, 5 and 6.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Over the Top post. No. 81, of Port
land, will stage a monster benefit per
formance Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday nights with a matinee Satur
day afternoon, at which 4000 feet of
these official films will be shown in
addition to a vaudeville programme
of fo4ir acts from the leading Port
land theaters. .
In addition to the photographs of
the 91st division the films include
close-ups of the 42d. 32d and 2d di
visions on the various fronts.
The, seat sale will open tomorrow
at Sherman & Clay's, Sixth and Morri
son streets, . and the Heilig theater
box office. Tickets have also been
placed on sale at the leading cigar
stores and hotels.
Arrangenvents for the benefit per
formance are being made by a com
mittee from Over the Top post, con
sisting of J. W. Jones, ex-commander
of the Portland post and now junior
vice-commander of the national or
ganization of Veterans of Foreign
Wars; Boyd Braden and William
University Forum Started.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene,
Oct. 30. (Special.) A university fo
rum to foster interest among stu
dents in public and political questions
has taken its place among the campus
activities. The first meetinpr will be
Don't forget, Mr. Voter, that
Portland's reputation as a port
depends upon a deep and wide
channel to the sea. Port Con
solidation will enable you to dig
it wide and deep.
In order to carry out the plan
of port improvement don't fail to
VOTE 310 X.YES
VOTE 510 X YES
on the ballot next Tuesday. Both
measures are essential.
Oregon Port Development Leagrae
1210 Gasco Building
L. W. Trimble, Secy.
of economy. The fact that the 1921 budget, if allowed, will add
more than $2,500,000 to the cost of city government as com
pared to 1917, clearly shows the need of a strong, proved busi
ness executive as the city's head, j
And Mr. Gordon, we believe, is the only candidate capable of
carrying througli such a policy. He has always been a construe-,
tive force in Portland. The record of his personal and business
life is clean. " '
Portland, we believe, needs a new leadership and a new policy
a policy looking toward tax reductions rather than a con
tinuation of war-time extravagances. Therefore we bespeak
fullest consideration of his high qualifications by our fellow,
R. E. Allen
E. A. McGrath investments
F. E. Taylor, inside property invest
ments Charles W. Ertz, architect
Chester A. Sheppard, attorney
S. S. Prentiss, insurance
E. A. Marshall, civil engineer
George W. Caldwell, attorney
F. D. Broderick. insurance
H. A. Calef, merchant
Ralph Coan, attorney
,C. W. Nottingham, Nottingham & Co.
held Monday. B. F. Goodrich of the
First National - bank of Eugene will
speak upon single tax and the interest-fixing
amendment. Dr. W. Ku
kervdall will present the case of the
opposition to the anti-vaccination bill.
The compulsory voting act and the
act to extend and divide the session
of the legislature will be discussed
hV I . TtAQTl efata eanqfrM. t T .o n A
! county. John Bell will speak upon the
xiooseveit Dira reruge Dili.
CHILDREN HONOR PARENTS
Golden Wedding Anniversary Ob
served by 3Ir. and Mrs. Li. L. Hill.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Luzerne
L. Hill, 984 Stephens street, was the
scene of a family reunion, celebrating
their 50th wedding1 anniversary, last
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hill (Martha
Holman) are both members of noted
Eight children have been born to
them, two dying in infancy, and Fred
Clairborn Hill, three years ago. The
living children are Mrs. Hattie
Brownhill, McMinnville: W. E. Hill,
Antelope; Grace T. Hill, C. Claude
Hill, and Mrs. Fred Younger. Port
land. They have 12 grandchildren.
Charles Luzerne Brownhill. who
served with the marines in France,
The presents of gold, the gold
colored flowers and the glint in the
autumn leaves, with which the table
and rooms were decorated, were slight
tokens of the love and thankfulness
and wishes of Mr. and Mrs. Hill's
IRISH WILL PAY TRIBUTE
Mass Meeting Called In Honor or
Late Lord Mayor.
A mass meeting to pay homage to
the late Lord Mayor MacSwiney and
his comrades will be held this even-"
ing in Hibernia hall, 340 Russell
street. John R. Murphy. Rev. Michael
Wallace and others will address the
meeting. Thomas Mannix will be
chairman. This meeting will be held
under the auspices of the United Irish
societies and is public.
Pontifical requiem mass will be
celebrated at St. Mary's cathedral.
Fifteenth and Davis streets, next
Wednesday morning at 9:30 for the
late lord mayor and his comrades.
Why Change a Tried Senator
For an Untried One?
PLACE CITIZENSHIP ABOVE MERE PARTISANSHIP
Everyone knows that Senator Chamberlain has made a wonderful
record for Oregon and for the country. No one is attacking his record
in this campaign, because it is flawless. Shall he be sacrificed on the
mere suggestion that he may at some future time, and on some possible
future question, be at variance witfi a Republican or a Democratic
President, when he has stood always four square on everything that
affects the country or his state?
Shall we dismiss an efficient, competent and trained Senator for
an untried, inexperienced one?
Shall we lose his position and influence on the Commerce Committee
of the Senate, where he and Senator McNary, both from the same state,
are serving, and elect a man who cannot possibly be placed there under
the rules of -the Senate?
This is what it means to vote the Republican ticket straight.
His record shows real Americanism, and no one knows this better
than the soldiers who served in the world war.
Members of any party can vote for him by putting a cross between
his number, 37, and his name, on the ballot.
C J. Smith, Chairman, Democratic State Central Committee.
E. Quartermas, insurance
George P. Lent, attorney
Jacob Haas, retired
L. M. LeFebore, insurance
George F. Martin, Vice-president Dun-das-Martin
Frank Schmitt, Frank Schmitt & Co.,
C. O. Lingley, insurance
N. C. Gregory, Gregory Investment Co.
P. P. Dabney, attorney
H. G. Utly, insurance
John Hall, attorney
Dr. C. J. McCusker
Give Gordon Either
Your First or Second
MAKING OF WILL.
Portland Woman Involved in
Idaho Land Suit; Property
An exception to the generally-accepted
belief that drama and pathos
are unknown quantities in civil suits
at law Is found in the recently de
cided case involving the property
rights of a Portland woman, Mrs.
Julia Green Graef, in the estate left
by her father, R. E. Green, of Boise,
Idaho. The case was decided last
week in the Idaho district court,
southern division, on a uit brought
by Hugh Montgomery of Piatt &
Piatt, Portland attorneys, for Mrs.
According to the facts as repre
sented in the court decision, which
set aside the will in which Green left
all his property to his son-in-law,
J. L. Niday of Boise, there was evi
dence of undue influence on the part
of Niday, the court holding that it
was unreasonable to suppose that the
aged man would give all his property
to his son-in-law without thought of
the rights of the other heirs.
Green, according to testimony
brought out in the case, came to
Idaho about 1890 and took charge of
an irrigation and canal system for
an eastern company. As the years
passed he himself acquired a large
tract of the land in the system which
later became worth in the neighbor
hood of J25.000. Following the death
of his wife in 1909, Green became
heavily involved in debt with the re
sult that his property was mortgaged.
Niday, his son-in-law, thereupon
came to Green's assistance and a set
tlement of the debts was brought
about, and the aged man, then 78
years old, went to Boise to live with
Niday in 1914. Between that time
and the time of his death in 191S
Green deeded all of his property to
Niday for a consideration of $1, leav
ing himself entirely penniless.
Evidence introduced in court tended
to show that the aged -man bitterly
regretted his act, but was powerless
to undo it. Niday's defense was that
he had helped his father-in-law
through his various financial diffi-
culuties and that the mortgages were
equal in value to the property Itself.
The court set aside the deed and
ordered a settlement with the heirs
on a basis of interest on all money
paid out by Niday, together with rea
sonable attorney's fees and real estate
commissions for the various trans
actions involved in the care of the
Herbert Gordon for Mayor.
Reports from every district in the
city, excepting the north end, show
rapidly-growing Gordon - for - Mavor
strength. (Paid Advertisement, Gor-don-for-Mayor
club: Ralph Coan,
Pres.: C. C. Stout. Secy.)
We are pleased that J. J. Johnson
has announced himself as a candi
date for the office of Attorney-General.
He is well and favorably
known, is recognized as a trust
worthy, capable and honest man.
We commend him to the voters of
the State as a man whose judgment
and advice will be safe and sound
and who will enforce the law with
out fear or favor.
Dr. Emmet Drake
C. L. Seaquest
, Chas. K. Flinn
C. W. Nottingham
David L. Povey
John M. A. Laue
M. A. Dehuff
J. M. Burroughs
E. H. Bullivant
Fred C. King
N. J. Bergman
Wm. C. McClure
Jno. C. Kcoff
William H. Creighton
Arthur R. King
J. A. MacTarnaghan
A. R. Bullier
F. S. Fields
T. J. Gleio
Geo. C. Havner
Frank W. Winn
F. W. Torgler
Otto J. Hoats
M. C. Smith
F. S. Pierce
A. D. Lundgren
F. A. Daley
Isaac E. Staples
W. C. .Hodgdon
Charles E. Short
C. L. Goodrich
R. W. Gill
E. A. Trueblood
H. W. Aldrich
Dr. H. R. Biersdorf