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THE "SUNDAY- OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, MATCCIT 26, 1923
QXJlt REAZEB GROTTO,
NO. 65 Regular business
meeting Monday, March 27,
at 8 .o'clock, Pythian Tem
- pie. Important business.
Programme, - refreshments.
Wear fe. Admission by 1922 card. In
formal dance Friday, March SI, at Pythian
Temple. Masonic fraternity and friends
invited. Grotto team will confer M. M.
degree at Washington lodge April 8. Spring
ceremonial Saturday, May 13. If you wish
a good time help make It.
HARRY A. McKAK.
Employers needing help of
any description telephone
Broadway 5258. Only Masonic
Win furnished from this of
fice. No charge to employer or employe.
N. H. Atchison, manager. Masonic head
quarters. Multnomah hotel.
NTDIA TEMPLE, Daughters
of the Nila. will give a ball
and card party Wednesday eve
ning. 8:30 P. M., March 29.
Muitnomah hotel. Members ad
'mitted by 1922 card. Husbands
and escorts must De cinriners.
Order of Queen L,ea.
ADDA CELLARS. Rec.
PORTLAND CHAPTER NO.
B7- O. E. S. Vaudeville and
dance, .assisted by Sisters
Bourne and Yealdinff. Audi
torium. April 14. Tickets at
Brady A Oliver cigar stand,
Teon bldg- COMMITTEE,
EUREKA COUNCII. 204,
s R A. Monday evening.
Mnrrh 27. East Side W. O.
W. hall, Eaat Sixth and
Alder, beautiful tableaux,
well-drilled euards and de
gree staff. Kirkpatrick
council. No. 2227, wiil be
our euesta. Members urged
to be present and welcome the visitors.
Entertainment chairman, Augusta John
eon, is preparing a special feature for
pleasure of members after the council
Bigest dance of the sea
son Tuesday, Alarch 28, W.
O. TV. hall, 128 Eleventh
street. Union music, large
reception committee,, good
floors, lots of pretty girls.
Given by Anchor council,
746, Security Benefit Asso
ciation. Monday, .March 27, Anchor council de
cree team, ' band, officers and members
will visit St. Johns. Members with autos
please meet at 7:15, TV. O. W. hail.
COME ONE, COMB ALL
Grand benefit ball given
liv Kirkna triok OoiincU TvJn
11 2227. Security Benefit As-(n,-;i
sociation, at the Swiss hall,
; fa ana jenerson, luesaay.
Aiarcn zs. music donated
by Oddfellows' band. Ad
mission 50 cents. Come and
help the needy. No meeting next Friday
All members of Kirkpat
rick Council, 2227, S. B. A.,
are invited to assemble at
the eaat side Woodmen
hall, E. 6th and Alder,
Monday (tomorrow) eve
oil tig. Come and en lor the
wonderful hospttality of
FRED A. KING. Pres.
. March '3.
-Kestiflar card nartv and
dm-e will be held April 8.
SAftiARiTAN SOCTAL CLUB
will hold a benefit ball next
w en. evening. March 29,
Kingler hall. No. 8 11th
Jn formal, AH Oddfellows. Re
bekahs and their friends are invited. Ad
mission Due. WM. H. IOUNG, Pres.
JESSE T JONE. Sec. '
CUT DOWN the high cost of living and
E.Leu oui pariy given by uueen El za
beth Review No. 24 Monflav ovanitxr
March 27, at Oddfellows hall. East 6th
and Alder. Kieht eroerv nriutps Sat-u
of flower first, 25c admission. Everybody
BENEFIT BOO CARD PARTY iriven hv
n circiea iveignoors or woodcraft, ednes
day evening. . March 29, at W. O. W.
lempie. iza Eleventh, street. Good nrizPR
all welcome. 1
MARGARET " TVERTHETMER,
s - : Chairman.
TENT NO. 1, MACCABEES will five
muurier oi iib enjoyaoie card parties and
ua-nces next tnursaay evening. March 30.
at Maccabee hall. Clards R:3o Aannint in
Fine union music. Admission 25c. Large
SPECIAL 500 nartv. BiiRnlcM Wnm-n nt
Jfooseheart-Legion, at Moose temoie 4th
end Taylor streets, Friday evening, March
rti. at :ju . m.. frizes as follows: 4
nign-score, draws and one door prize.
Admission 25c Everyone welcome.
SERVICE CIRCLE. , 850. Neiehbnr nf
woodcraft, win hold a dance and card
party at HKh and Taylor sts.. Monday.
March 27th. Dance 8:30. Separate room
iot caras, gooa music. Admission 35c
KIRKPATRICK COUNCIL 11111 R"B!-
CIjUITX HE.Nbf'IT ASSOCIATION AH
members are requested to attend the fu
neral of our late Bro. I. N. Tappin, Mon
day, 2:30. East Side Funeral Directors.
ROSE CTTf SOCIAL CLUB. O. E. S . is
giving a dancing party at Pythian temple
Thursday evening, March 30. Good music.
All friends invited.
CLARA R. JOHNSON, Secretary.
SPECIAL. SATURDAY NIGHT POTtT-
juajnu AHi L-iL-fc Tureen first. 10 hand
painted prizes. -500" parties Monday
afternoons, Saturday night. 386 & Wash
ington, Maccabee hall. Everybody welcome.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA.
MARGUERITE! CAMP. NO. 1440 Meets
very Tuesday evening, 114H Grand ave.
NELLIE CULPAN. Recorder.
rOXTON March 24, at th late residence,
15 East 66th st. N., Martha Elisabeth
Foxton, aged 69 years, mother of Ed
mund T. Ames ot Portland. The remains
are at Finley's mortuary, Montgomery at
Bth- Notice of funeral hereafter.
HUNGER Theodore Thurston Jr., at the
home, 595 Una Vista drive, March 25,
aged 2 years, beloved son of Thorton
and Mary M linger. Funeral at Holman'a.
HUNGER In this city, March 25. Theo-
dore Thornton Munger, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thornton Munger, aged 2 years 2
months 14 days.
BE ALE Y March 25, at the late residence,
$75 Francis ave., Emma L., aged 51
years, wife of Robert J. Bealey, mother
of Walter Bealey and sister of Charles
E. Hickman of Portland; Dr. H. O.
Hickman of Gervais, Or., and Mrs. A.
C. Warren of Oregon City, Or. The fu
neral service' will be held Monday, Mar.
27, at 2:30 P. M., at Finley's mortuary,
Montgomery at 5th. Concluding service
ixose tjity cemetery, private.
6PAULDING In this city, March 25, Clara
epaulding, aged 63 years, sister of George
i- ff NO- 1. .UNITED
r ; lA.iA &.vxs. win hold a
VvTii L . A business meetrajr
1M P 51 diy evening..
in. cspauioing ana Airs. x. hi. ooulson of
Peoria, 111., and Don A. Spaulding, re
siding In Spokane, Wash. The funeral
services will take place at the conserva
tory chapel of -the East Side Funeral Di
rectors, 414 East Alder street, at 10:30
A. M. Monday. March 27. Friends in
vited. Interment Rose City cemetery.
Spokane papers please copy. -
CTTTES March 21, 1922, at the residence.
1020 East Twenty-fifth street North,
Louisa Stltes, aged 81 years, mother of
Dr. H. A. Stites, aunt of Ada Stites of
Sherwood. Or.; Etta Dodge, Montavllla;
Mrs. Grace Stole, Montavllla. Funeral
services will be held Monday, March 27,
at 2 P. M., at the chapel of Chambers
Co., 248-50 Killingsworth ave. Interment
Rose City cemetery.
DRE.VNKN March 23. at Seattle. Wash.,
Walter H. Drennen, aged 55 years,
father of Mrs. Hazel Damon of Seattle,
son of Mra Mary E. Drennen and brother
of L A., H. T. and K. J. Drennen of
Portland. The funeral services will be
held Monday, March 27, at 1 P. M., at
Finley's mortuary, ' Montgomery at 5th.
1 Friends Invited. Concluding service lit.
CLARK In this city, March 24. Hattie
Josephine Clark, wife of O. P. Clark,
sister of D. D. Sweet, Mrw. Mabel C. Aus
tin and B. W. Sweet of Chicopee Falls,
Mass., mother of Burton Clark. Funeral
aervices will be held at the residence of
her brother, D. D. Sweet, 6 East 26th
. st., N., Monday. March 27, at 2:3 P. M.
Interment Rose City cemetery. (Chico
pee Fall, Mass., papers please copy).
MURPHY At the residense, 2175 East
Washington street, March 22. Edward
M. Murphy, aged 16 years, beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stumpf and
brother of Chester and Philip Murphy.
Funeral services wiil be held Monday,
March 27, at 2 P M., at the Portland
crematorium. Remains at the residential
parlors of Miller & Tracey. ;
SCHWARTZ In this city. March 23. Mrs.
Kate Schwarts. aged 78 years, mother
of Mrs. Kate Jensen of 973 E. Harrison.
Friends are - invited Jo attend the fu
neral service, to be", hed at the chapel
of Snook & Wheldon. Belmont at 35th,
Monday, .March 27, at 2:30 P. M. Inter
ment Rose City cemetery.
CiRRA At his late residence. 610 Wood
ward ave., Marion Cirra, aged 43 years,
beloved husband of Josephine Cirra. Fu
neral services will be held at St Philip
Neri church Monday at 2 P. M. Friends
Invited. Remains at P. 1 Lerch fu-
FUNEBAL NOTICES. ;
HALLADAY At the home of her parents.
13S East Forty-seventh street. March 24.
Olara Ann Halladay, aged 35 years, wife
of Floyd Kailaday, mother of Eleanor
htailaday, aaugnter or Air. and Mrs. Will
iam Reichmann. sister of Mrs. Lillian
Kellogg, Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Marie
Kuehnle. residing at Flint, Mich. Mem
ber of Multnomah chanter No, 104. East
era Star. The funeral services will take
place at the conservatory chapel of the
iast Side funeral directors, 414 Jtiast
Aider street, at 1 P. M. Monday, March
27. Friends invited. Concluding serv
ices at the Portland crematorium.
WILLIAMS At the family home, 4423
Firty-eigntn avenue aoutneast, Marcn 20.
S. Guy Williams, aged 43 years, husband
of Mary 1-. w imams, brother or J. Jts
Williams of Los Angeles, Cal.4 and H. C.
Williams, residing in Grass Lake, Mich,
Member of Multnomah camo No. 77,
W. O. TV. The funeral services will takft
place at the conservatory, chapel t the
East Side Funeral Directors, 14 East
Alder street, at 2 P. M. Tuesday, March
2S. Friends invited. Interment Mount
Scott Park cemetery. , ;
RICHEN In this city, March 25, 1922, at
His residence, auo ureenwooa avenue,
Peter Richen, aged 82 years 6 months 17
days. Deceased was the father of the
late John Rirhen. He is survived by a
sister, Mrs. M. Harry of this eft, and
three children, Mrs. F. KnechtJ Mrs. TV.
Fimmell and Peter Richen. all of this
city, and father of Miss Lillian Richen
of this city also. Remains are at the
Skewes establishment corner. Third and
Clay. Funeral notice later,
iirwsnv Afrrh 24 at"the late residence,
21Vi Grand ave., Abbie . M., aged 59
years, wife of Robert S. Jackson, mother
of Mrs. Wanda Sosnick and Mrs. E. E.
Hope of Portland and Mrs. Ethel Fitch
OI JLe BOiO, -vi . , a 11 ix sisici ui en
lace of Oakland. Cal,. and E. B. Wallace
of Berkeley, Cal. The funeral service
will be held Tuesday. March 23, at 2:30
P. M.. at Finlev's mortuary, Montgom
ery at 5th. Friends invited. Concluding
service, Rose City cemetery.
BUSH In this city. March 23, 1922. Frank
E Bush, age 50 vears, husband of Ther
sa E. Bush, father of Ruth, brother
of Eugene C. and Wilbur 01 KpoKane,
Sherman of Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, and
Edward G. of Duluth. Minn., and Mrs
K. Mclver of Bemidji, Minn. Funeral
services will be held Tuesday, March 28,
at 2 P. M,, at the chapei of Chambers
Co., 248-50 Killingsworth avenue. in
terment Rose City cemetery.
GOODSELL in this city, March 23, David
Goodteell, husband of Linnie A. Goodseu.
father of David, Jr., and Dean Gooaseii
Funeral services will be heii at the Port
land crematorium Monday, March 27, at
1 P. M. (San Francisco, Cai., papers
please copy.) , "
EKLUND The funeral service for the late
Tilda Eblund of 348 Clifton st. will be
held Monday, March 27, at 3:30 P. M.,
at Finley's mortuary, Montgomery at 5th.
Friends invited. Concluding service
CAKD Of THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends and espe
cially the employes of Simond's Saw Manu
facturing comoany for their kindness and
sympathy and for the beautiful floral offer
ings during me recent mness ana oe
reavement of our beloved mother, Mrs.
Rachael Anna Barley.
(Signed) MRS. WALTER I. FA.KNUM.
MKS, iJA VV l .N A. BLA.MJHAnU,
BERT, CLARENCE L. KINGSLEY.
WE wish to express our heartfelt thanks
nd appreciation to our friends for their
kindness and sympathy shown us, and also
ror tne Deautitui riorai otrermgs during
the illness and death of our beloved son
and brother. .
MR. AND MRS. W. D. ALLARD
AND FAMILY'. ,.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
and appreciation to our many friends and
neighbors for their beautiful floral offer
ings and for. their kindness and sympathy
shown us during the illnses .and sad be
reavement of our beloved wife" and mother.
j ; 1 JOHN LOGAN AND FAMILY.
We desire to express our sincere thanks
for the many kind favors f Lake Grove
and Portland friends ; also tne W. U. W
and O. R. M. lodges, and the chiroprac
tors, in our late bereavement.
MRS. X F. CHARD AND FAMILY.
We wish to extend our thanks to the
many friends who remembered us during
our recent oere-avement.
MRS. W. J. MAKELIM AND FAMILY.
LIMOUSINES for funemls. weddings,
shopping. Jones Anto Livery, Mar. 114.
FUN ERA 1. DIRECTORS. . (
PHONE SELL. 067.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors.,
Washington street, between 20th Vmd
21-?t streets, west side. Lady assistant.
Broadway 2691 ' Automatic 518-44.
A. D. Kenworthy.
R., . S... Henderson.
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
5804 82d St.. Lents.
HOLM AN & SON
(Founded 1854.) .
Th Ird a -d Salmon Sts. Main B07.
McEMTEE & E1LEKS
Funeral Parlors with all the privacy of
a aome, iom sliiu aveieu si re eta.
Phones Broadway 2133. Auto. 531-33.
DUNNING & CAIN
Funeral Directors. 445 Morrison t-,
west side. Phone Broadway 430.
SWOOK & WHEALDON
Belmont at 85th. Tabor 1258.
"bast sidb funeral directors,
(f. c. dunning, inc.)
"The Family Sets the Price.' 414 E Alder.
Phone East 52- Auto. 225-28.
MONTGOMERf AT FIFTH. MAIN 9.
Bast Eleventh and Hawthorne.
. Phone East 781.
PVEWEC UNDERTAKING CO.,
ONCU CO Third and Clay. Main 4152.
AD 7CI I IQ PfT 692 William Ave.
. nii CU rr? lU.5 Phone East 1088.
1M wa&htnfllon street
Entabllabed IS90. .Main '269.
Flowers for all occasions artistically
Rww and Orchids a Specialty.
25 - ,M ATXT
HOT HOUSES tC-.
Harrison St between 49- S
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
.-for Funerals -
S87 Washlncton. Bet. 4tn and Bth Sts.
Phone Broadway 4537.
STUOWsIRS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
-W. 'Wffl Tinm loo." IAMH1LL st TXSTU,
Smiths Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florists. We spe
cialise in funeral designs. 141 V Sixth,
opposite Meier & Frank's Main "215.
ROSKVVAY FLOWER SHOP.
EAST 41ST AND SANDY BLVD.
. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. '
Wll DELIVER. PHONE US.
J T. JAUNCET TABOR 748a
NOB HILL FLORISTS.
(Estate Alfred Burkhardt.)
S. Cor. 23d ar.d Glisaa. Main 1319.
ink sfej riiiiiiiMi''.irtiffi
mWW vrr i
E. W. EAST.MAX, lawyer
528 Chamber of
ASSATEKS A.VD ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Sescond
street. Gold, silver, platinum bought.
1R. McllAHON, baths, Portland; steam,
showers, plunges, tubs, all for 35c; t(..
your friends. Fourth at Washington.
THE IKWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
387 Washington. Bdyy. 434. Tabor 1254.
DR. McMAHON. 12th year. Successful.
Phone directory. Convincing thousands.
WILLIAM, Estelle, Fiol-ello and Dewane
DeVeny, the only scientific chiropodists
and arch specialists in city. Parlors 302
tierilr.ger biog., southwest cor. second
and Aider streets. Main 1301.
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles sci
entifically corrected; lady assistant. 512
Morgan bldg. Main 8b2.
CORA YALE BELL. 506-7 Swetland bids
years' practice in Chicago. Bdwy. 3674.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 17
JNQ collections, no charges. Estab. lijuu
ALISJilY Dancing Academy. Lessons day
and evening: tancy dancing, also sott'
shoe, buck and wing taught. 3d and Mor
rison, 4th floor. Main 4014. Agnes bum
DR. B. L WRIGHT:
Third Floor Raleigh Bldg.
Corner Sixth and Washington Sts.
Broadway 7210. Automatic 211V).
WITUnilT DAM WE CAN PROVE THIS
milium i nui .
Your "Teeth Sleep" While We Work!
Above Majfstic Theater. 351 Wash. St.
MOTORS REWOUND re
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS.
Phone 527-27. 226 Main St.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
Engineers, founders, mechanics, boiler-
makers, boiler and blacksmith shop. Of
fice and works Hawthorne avenua and
East third street.
ALAMEDA PARK kindergarten opens
Monday, March Jl, at i:30. For particu
iars phone Tabor TSTI.
Mi LC TEACHERS.
OREGON Col rvatory (school) of Music.
2a iioor Kussei oids. lover the "Lion ).
Entrance 165 th st. cor of Morrison
. CARROLL DAY, teacher of piano and
voice. Broadway 2ooo. 148 13th st.
PIANO teacher with experience; lessons at
your home, labor bo42.
VIOLIN ouUit Kol Kenbeck Piano,
Aij String school. 4ua Yamhill, .
OPTO -VI ETK I S I S.
. Out of the Uijrh-Kent District
twifea 25 years' experience. Consult us
Mar free. Thousands of satisfied
pa irons. Dr. ramuel Goodman, associate
optometrist. Main 2124.
Chas. W. Goodman 209 Morrison
WHY PAY MORE?
5fVj fitted to your eyes, $2.ou, double
axon glasses at low prices;
guaranteed- Dr. A. E. Herwitz,
optometrist, 225 First st. Main 451. '
DR. GEORGE RUBENSTEIN, veteran opti
cian. Eyes tested, glasses fitted, broken
lenses duplicated at very reasonable
prices. 226 Morrison St. Main 5661.
O IT O O Repaired bl exnert.
XT iUT Pipe Shoo. 272 WV
PATENTS uwr practice has extended over
a period of 75 years All communica
tions strictly confidential, prompt, effi
cient, conscientious service.. handbook
free on requst. MUNN & CO.. San
Francisco office, Hobart bldg. ; Chicago
office, T,ower bldg. ; Washington office,
Scient.fic American bldg.; New York
off ice- Woolwortb bldg.
INVENTORS AIDED Ideas developed;
patents of the better kind; experimental
machinery built ; practice in all courts.
Richardson & Rogers, Albee bldg., Wash
ington, D. C. ' . "
A iu-N iS iseni &keu:n or moael for w
Uminary examination. Booklet frea.
Highest references, best resu prompt
ness assured. Watson E. -Coleman, pat
ent lawyer, 624 F st., Washington, P. C.
R. C. WRIGHT, registered patent attorney
25 years If invention really valuable,
. see practicing lawyer. 601 Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHlL.i.iJr'S, Broadway building,
. stomach, bowels, liver, kidney,., bladder,
rectal, prostate and female . disorders
GET YOUR PAINTING, KALSOMINING
AND SIGNS BEFORE THE RUSH SEA
SON; 25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE; BEST
REFERENCES. TABOR 266.
PRinlTIMR F- W- BALTES & COMPANY
mill I lilU 1st and Oak. Bdwy. 71B5; 511-65
SPECIAL. . r
"We have a limited number of .'. ,
NEW HOME GEETHOUNJ
At the -remarkable low price of
Do not confuse these with cheap
makes. They are a guaranteed stand
ard make sewing machine.
NEW BOMB AGENCY.
172 3d St., Near Yamhill,
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.
474 Glisan St. Broadway 1281.
DRAY AGE. STORAGE.
Four Warehouses on Terminal Tracks."
COOK &. ROSE TRANSFER CO.
1773 Denver Ave. Woodlawn 85.
Open day and night. All - kinds of
hauling, plowing and digging.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL.
East 7th and Grant sta. Both phones.
Day and night service: 3 veterinarians.
WOOD!! WOOD!! WOOD!!
Bummer prices now on. PHONE EAST
2504. Don't buy your wood until you
consult Logan Fuel Co.- Country slab,
river slab, cordwood and coal. Office and
yards. 389 E. Washington. Portland.
POKILANO MARBLE WORKS
6 4th St.. epp. City Hall. KTOBBOS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WORKS
E. THIRD L PINE STS. HONE E .743
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room 150
courthouse Phone Main 878 from
8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at its home. 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 764. rogs for sale. Borse am
bulance for sick or disabled horses.
Small animals painlessly electrocuted
where necessary and strav animals
cared for. . All dead animals, cows,
borsea. etc.. picked UD-
Phone Your Wqnt Ads to
Main 7070 Automatic 560-95
BnNtnes properties 6. - Residence
loans low rates. Installment repay
ments it desired. Loans promutlv
A. H. Birrell-Gill Co.
216-219 Northwestern Bank Building.
On Tuesday Next
AT THE BAKER AUCTION HOUSE,
WE SUA I.I, SELL THE PLAYEH
FIA1VO, UP-TO-DATE FURNISHINGS,
ETC, FROM A PRIVATE H O M E,
comprising player piano in mahogany
case, records, overstuffed, living
room suite in a .deep blue velour, as
follows bed davenport, rocker and
chair, davenport tables, very high
grade colonial mahogany library ta
ble, chaise lounge, settee, rocker and
chair, oak library furniture, leather
rocker, nearly new dining-room suite,
Queen Anne design, in walnut, viz..
54-inch table, j;hina cabinet and set of
chairs, cut erTB-ss. fish set. etc.: also
quarter-saWeM oak dining- table and
chairs, drophead "Wheeler & Wilson
serving machine, costly draperies,
massive brass bed, ivory bedroom
suite, steel bed in walnut finish,
dressers, chiffoniers and dressing
tables in walnut, ivory and oak; bed- j
room rockers and chairs.
One Chinese "rug, sisse 9x12; Wilton
and Axminster rugs in various de
signs and sizes, green bedroom rugs.
Davenport bed, child's crib, mantel
clock, card tables, electric cooker, gas
range, refrigerator and many other
NOTE The full list of goods for
the above auction will be open for
your inspection tomorrow. AUCTION
OX TtuSUAI SEAT AT lO A. M.
On Thursday Next
we sell household goods for various
consignors. Sale at 10 A. M..
WE BUY HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR
CASH. . PHONE MAIN. 3332.
W. C. BAKER & W. H. DEAN,
Furniture Dealers and Auctioneers,
Yamhill and West Park Streets.
In and Near Portland. We- Will Con.
strnct lour Home for Ion,
STUDY THIS exterior and plan Do you
wonder it is popular? It is Fenner
Factory-cut Home which means, that for
only $1426.54 you get plans, specifications,
lumber cut to fit, lath, shingles, doors
and windows, mill work, building paper,
nails, paint, hardware and tin Work. Write
for full information.
ited on your first order)
and receive a copy of
the beautiful Fennel
Post-office Box 0-4318
Sales Office : open evenings
327 Artisans Building
Broadway and Oak, Portland.
Telephone Broadway ii6j
FENNER MFG. CO.
Foot ot McKeaaa Amaaa, ForUaod. uregoa
SEE OUR WINDOWS
For Special Three-Piece Bath
r $65.00 ,
SPECIAL BUILT-IN BATH SET
With Pedestal Lavatory, with'
High-Grade Toilet, with White
103 FIRST STREET,
SELL DIRECT TO YOU.
Oldest and best equipped factory In
the northwest. Made out of your old
worn-out carpets and rugs. Save half
the price of a new rug. Use woolen
8x12 RUGS STEAM CLEANED fLJSO.
Eaat 35SV. 1SS Eaat Elehtfc.
Parrish, Walkins & Co.
'' :' " Est. 1867.
Frank E. Watkinn, Manager.
Member Portland Realty Board.
Real Estate, Rental,
, Fire and Automobile
252 Stark JSt. Phone Broadway 7644
MORTGAGE LOANS ,
Money Available for Loam on First
Class Inside Retail and Financial
Property at 6 Per Cent Interest.
828 V. S. National Bank Building.
HOME -PURCHASE LOANS.
Monthly Installment plan. 6 per cent
simple interest, with protection for
the family In case of death. Option
to take up any time. No commission.
; WILLIAM MACMASTER
S28 IT. S. National Bank Bnildlna;.
FOR MORTGAGE LOANS
See Oregon Investment & Mtg. Co.,
210 Exchange Building,
Second and Stark Streets.
' j ' ' I "
168 - 171 SECOND STREET, NEAR
4 , MORRISON .
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRI
DAY AT 10 A. M.
MONDAY'S SALE includes the entire
furnishings of private home, includ
ing golden oak DINING SUITE,
library tables, bookcases, good rock
ers and chairs for the living room,
ROOM SIZE RUGS, white enamel bed
room suite, viz., bed. aresser ana
dressing table, BRASS and ENAMEL
BEDS, springs, mattresses, odd dress
ers and chiffoniers, pillows, bedding,
dinner ware, silver ware, pictures, etc.,
gas range, utensils and other effects.
We are instructed by H. M. Sitton,
receiver, to sell at public auction the
following described property from the
GREAT NORTHERN TRANSPORTA
TION CO., INC. (BANKRUPT)
Said goods having been removed from
496 Burnside street to our AUCTION
ROOMS for convenience of sale and
will be SOLD to the HIGHEST BID
DER, MONDAY, MARCH 28, at 10
A. M., comprising double flat-top desk,
typewriter desk, two swivel chairs, two
arm chairs, electric heater, lire ex
tinguisher and other office effects.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY regular,
sales at 10 A. M. for all kinds of
house furnishings consigned 'for sale
to the highest Diaaer.
GREAT BARGAINS IN OUR
PRIVATE SALE DEPT
If Knrnishingr, We Solicit Your ; la-
. i spection Of oar
IMMENSE STOCK OF UP-TO-DATE
Wilton. Axminster and Other ROOM-
SIZE RUGS, STEEL AND GAS
RANGES, etc. OUR PRICES ARE
THE LOWEST IN THE CITY, QUAL
J. T. WTUSON, Proprietor.
We Pay Cnk (01 ld furniture.
Call Main 1U26.
25-acre' farm on Canyon road, 6
miles west of courthouse. 10 acres
clear, house, barn, running water.
On paved highway. $500 per acre.
Will accept improved city property
as part payment. Inquire
Oregon Investment & Mortgage Co.,
210 Exchange Bldg., 2d and Stark
Centrally Located on Track
We can move and store'your g-oods
in a fine sprinklered building.
HAULING, PACKING, STORAGE
CLAY S. MORSE, INC.
454 Glisan St. Bdwy. 3470.
.Best stucco home in Irvington,
eight rooms and large enclosed
sleeping- porch, beautiful . tiled
bath and large billiard room
with mammoth fireplace; hot
water heat, all radiators en
closed in grilled brass work.
This home could not be built for
double the price; 100x100 grounds.
We are the blgrg-eat Irr
lnsrton home sellers. See
classified for other ads.
and two specials. Tele
phone information cheer
McDONELL, EAST 419
Realtor, BOO E. 14th St N.
WEST SIDE HOME
On the heights, about one block from
Westover, 1001 Raleigh St., corner
Twenty-ninth. Eight rooms, includ
ing glassed-in sleeping porch; best of
construct lon finely finished' aid
thoroughly modern in every detail;
hardwood floors throughout; two
baths, two fireplaces and a fine hot
water heating plant; splendid base
ment with laundry and fruit rooms:
o-ofaca hiillr-in with house: level lot.
expensive shrubbery and flowers and
a magnificent view of the e n o w
eapped mountains. This property
could not be duplicated for the price
and terms at which it is being offered.
E. M. BROWN, 1123 N. W. Bank Bids.
ABOUT 1000 ACRES FINE,
CLATSOP BEACH PROPERTY -
Can be cut up and marketed
easily for $100,000 to $200,000 In
two to five years. Let's form a
pool and grab it. We will take
$5000 and help market it. E, 546,,
WANT TO BUY
. CIKSE-IN, WEST SIDE,
HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT OR
With. Second-Mortgage Privilege.
F 516, OREGONIAN.
WEST SIDE LOT
f 10,000. Half Cash. .
To Close ' an Estate! 50x100 It, SO
Feet South of Alder Street..
833 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
Slain 3787. '
West Side Apartments
Five-story brick apartment house,
close in; 'absolutely modern, with
hardwood floors, etc.; 43 apartments.
Not leased. Gross income J30.000 per
year. Terms. ;. v
; $145,000 .
Brick'apartments in first-class shape;
50 apartments. Not leased. Net in
come better than $1500 per month.
Terms. ; .
Brick apartment consisting of 36
three-room and 24 two-room apart
ments. Good corner. Leased; but
subject to saje. Good income and
terms. , .
Big six-story brick apartment build
ing with 29 apartrents. On a fine
close-in corner. Leased. Pays ap
proximately 9 per cent net. Can ar
range terms. . ,
Six-story brickapartment of 31 apart
ments,' Fine corner, close in. Pays
approximately 9 per cent net. Leased
until 1925. Terms.- V ,
Four-story brick apartment on corner
close in. Has 37 two-room apartments
in A-l condition.. Not leased. Pays
better than 12, per cent net. Terms..
Brick apartment . consisting of 19 two
and Ihree - room apartments; close in.
Private baths. Good net income for
money 1 n ve st e d. VERY BAST
TERMS. ACT QUICKLY.
Three-story brick apartment. Foun
dation will carryi two extra stories.
There are. 16 two.and two three-room
apartments. Lease" expires in 20
months. $10,000 will handle.
Completely furnished frame apart
ment on srood close-in corner. Two
three -room, four four-room and two
single apartments. Strictly modern
narawooa floors. jets approximately
$260 per month. $6000 cash will
We specialize on APARTMENTS: best
Duys in i-'ortiana.
' 8-room house, newly renovated
.and painted, hardwood floors.
- Rents, besides owner's three
room apartment, $112 per
month. Lot, 50x100, alone
worth the price,
Corner, 100x100, 2 blocks from
Washington St., covered1 with
old houses, renting for $125. No
leases. Extra choice close-in'
apartment site. A real bargain,
NOB HILL APTS.
RENTS $1140 PER MO.
RENTS $345 PER MO.
E. J. DALY
221 FAILING BLDG.
ROSE CITY BUNGALOW
391 EAST THIRTY-NINTH ST. N.
- See This New,-Modern Home. .
One Block to Car.
"i CALL . OWNER AT BDWY. 3363. .
Suitable for Anto Sales and Repairs.
Located on Twenty-tnird, Near
VERY REASONABLE RENT.
J. Fred Staver
BEAUTIFUL HOME SITE
Twelve lots with ah unsurpassed
view of mountains' and up and down
the river. Six of these lots are on
the crest of a bluff overlooking Ross
island, and the west side six lots face
east. Price $15,000. By appointment.
BD 503, Oregonian,
nuimiilJ.nl jj jiim fi 1 1. l i I, mm ii imm
I I i j 1 , n i ?
s fi t 'ns 'z.
BEFORE YOU BUILD
3 kinds of houses
"Built to Endure."
Semi-permanent convertible utility
Regular Redimade Sectional
Built for permanency, to be lathed
and plastered, y
- or i
Regular Built Houses.
3 kinds of service
We will sell you material and
furnish competent experienced
men to work ' with you by
we ' will sell and contract to
deliver, erect and finish the
house complete for you.
Yflll cnoose the house.
choose the kind of service.
The ISEPTyiAPr1. Way
Is the Best Way,
Redimade Building; Oo
E. 11th AMarket. Phone E. 5114.
Wanted, at Once
Desire a place with not less than five
bedrooms. Seller must consider tak
inar in as nart navment a home with
a selling value of about J9500. It is
modern ana on a signny iuu x m
foot corner, improvements In, garage,
etc. However, it is not large enougn
for the present owner. .Please suDmit
your proposition to Mr. Hickman.
J. L. HARTMAN
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG.
Your Business Prob
lems Solved After a
Designer and Attorney
A 1 1 TX '
This Is a real home, situated In best
block of district. Good view over
looking' the city from sun porch In
rear. Lot is 60x110; art fence fn rear:
double garage. House not new, but
In fine condition: has rive rooms
downstairs and three upstairs; hot
water heat; two baths; full base
ment; automatic rtuua neater, elec
tric range. Too many good points to
mention. The orice is SS500 and a
snap at the price. $5000 cash is
wanted. Balance at . L. rt. traney
Co., 924 N. W. Bank Bldg. Office,
Mar. 646; residence. Tabor 2290.
MOST BEAUTIFUL DUTCH COLO
Just completed. Between native trees
on the spacious 100x100, N. E. corner
of Eighteenth and Brazee. Built by
me for m y home from the finest ma
terials and with the finest workman
ship. First floor Hallway and guest
closet, beautiful large living room,
dining room, kitchen, breakfast room,
enclosed porch. Upstairs Four large
bedrooms, tiled bathroom, sewing
room, hardwood floors; papered
throughout. Every modern conven
ience. Garage, etc., to be built to
suit nurchaser. $17,500. terms. Shown
by appointment. Owner. MRS. J.
OOD.M... AlalB MUX.
BUILDING, TWO STORIES AND
50x100, Witfc Steam Heat, Vault and
Located at Fourth and Conra Street.
Suitable for Wholesale or
j. Fred Staver
A FEW OF OUIt
$16,000 for Quarter
Block Income Property
Full corner, quarter block. n
main east side thorouchfare.
linproved by five rexidentluT
buildings well cared for , M
income after all fXTH'iist'M
taxes and upkeep fl6i3 or
!';- .ivr on nHKlng price or
Brick Bldg. Price $16,810
This Quarter block and brick
building, in East SSIdo busi
ness section, has a N KT In
come of 16Si. or lti"r nn pur
chase price of $16,810. TICKMS
Furthermore, the district is
Pays More Than 137c Net
From Feb. 1. frlft. to Feb.
1922, this modern three-story
brick apartment paid $1 0.6.13
or more tnan 1.T, on
the low price it can be pur
chased for, namely jxo.ooo. It
can be boufiht on 1U0ASON
Pays 15 Net on Pur
chase Price of $14,000
Modern Flat Kuilding in one
of the finest Eaat .Mile rcsi
dential districts. Pays $2120
aoove all expenei, or li"
NET on purchase price of
$14,000. This IS a rare buy.
Modern Apartment House
Modern 4-story brick apart
ment house, paying $18,000
net per annum. Close In on
main thoroughfare. Always
entirely rented. Will con
sider property to $50,000 as
part payment. Balance $.!'.
000 cash and buyer to assume
Will Consider Other
Property in Exchange
West Side. Six-story brick
and basement. i Under secured
lease. Close in to business
district. Pays 8 NET on
valuation of $150,000. other
property In value to $50,000
will be considered in ex
change as part payment. Re
West Side Brick Hotel
West Side corner; three-story
brick hotel; close in. 1'rlced
at $75,000. Terms.
This Has Promising Future
There are nearly fsonn square
feet In this IMPIfVi:r,
CHOICE. INCOME. BUSINESS
PROPERTY close to central
retail district. It is now pay
ing a very satisfactory return
and has an excellent future.
The ground values will doubt
less increase materially In
value, as this business neigh
borhood is rapidly developing.
Can be purchased for $l75.0uO.
Will accept as part payment
one or more good properties
to $65,000. Remainder, rea
If you own property In any larg
city in America and wish to dis
pose of It, we can place it on the
market for you, because we have
direct connections In every city of
consequence in the United States.
Inside Property Dealers
85 FOURTH STREET.
WES! SIDE LOT
On Nineteenth St.
Pavement In and paid. This lot t"
assessed at $3000. Look this
up, it might suit.
Ritter, Lowe & Go.
201-2-3-5-7 Board of Trade Building.
SPACE SUITABLE FOR RETAIL
OR' PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS
On second floor of new, modern
building, northwest corner I'ark
and Yamhill, opposite Auto Stags
Depot. Light and airy rooms.
534 Chamber of Commerce III da.
Phone Bdwy. 1H5.1.
To Suit Tenant
100x00 Corner on Grand ATenne. Near
Lease to Responsible Tenant for Term
J. Fred Staver