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Tllli OREGON ' DAILY JOUii. V, rORTL'AND, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE ' t3, 1CC7.'
Cilia Classified Ad
veriiseniciits wiil lis
found cn, pp. 18-19.
WANTED A STENOGRAPHER WITH
MRS. ,- SOPHIA Itt BEIP, RinaAnna
experience, and It en do so, give reft
tipirllual readtiiK lally at it o 2 Allak
ern-e. A'lnrnwi a-hh, journal.
WATJfEK555k for young ',wOm.
en'a Christian camp .at- Uearbart
mag. ciroips Tusiaya ann rninys
8 p. m.; ,16o. 'Phone Pnniflo 1H6.
MRS. STEVENS. PORTLAND d HW
wages good, u Apply Toung Wuijim'i
liable pnlmtat and aplrltuHl life,
rwnfr; rPxainKa nnuy. maw 'lamniu,
Mrs. b ii a"ve iiTb pi rpTua l reAdeiC
2q Hurnnlde St., eornr 10th.
WANTED-WOMEN AND GIRLS TO
make shirts end overalls; steady
work, Mt. Wood Factory, SSI Couch at.
CARMENCITA SPIRITUAL CARD
rradir, palmist and trance medium.
Valuations in Washington
SI IN. 3d St. ' ' ' ' : ," ..'
Looming Up as Politi- "
fK-' cal Issue. , '.
WANT til A WAITRESS, ALSO COOlC
at 1S1 N. 6th St.; irood wages.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND' TYPE
InEkF &N KN T LAUNDRr COMPAN
writer. Main 1271. 814 Dekum Dllg.
wants good help. 1 -WANT
kfl 1 1 1 iTjKHMAKfilt FGIt ' Air
toratlon room at L Palais Royal, 115
.aj.ia 1 sisssssH
WtWhlntnn L ' - ' ' '
(CONCLUSIVE IN LAW
SITUATIONS WANTED FOIALE
( KCW TODAY. .
1 83-100 A OSES of land and more
adjoining can be had If desired; 9 mlla
from Portland, half mile from FORT.
KAMT9-SAX.EM ELECTRIC OA I.IWBI
A XAHD80MJB, W 7-KOOM KOUSB,
'wood fiber, plaster, hot and cold water
and bath; large, new fainted bam;
liandsome story and naif woodshed;
more fruit than family can use; 100
feet from store, near 4 -room graded
chool. 2 churches, blacksmith shop and
gristmill. This ts In a handsome little
village; will trade for city property,
but must not be too far out; prefer well
Improved property; will give or' take
, rimerencex . wUAsnj VMa$!i
ckioiwi Auurni ownur. , r
V an rjtosrT cob. maijisow,
Stattnlesea Hotel, Boom 631, City. Call
" . . Before 18 o'Olook. ,
LADY TAKES CHARGE OF, ENTER
tains Invalids, aged, children, by hour
day, month. References, facino B71,
FURMSHED ROOMS PO KENT,
450 YAMHILL, ONE OR MORE DE
slrable - housekeeping rooms; -gas
range; quiet, central.
THE CHETOPA NEW. -MODERN
' apartments, now open,- corner 18th
and Flanders its. Clarence J. Wheeler,
gent, with Tun ft Ginbs. - "
FOR RENT HOUSES
2650 Per Acre
:, ... ADjorsmro -kxsiiobt. ;.(.
. About 151 acres, lying directly along
, Vie Vancouver road, mostly well within
the established city limits. The greater
fan oi mis property i wen wortn
1,600 per acre for platting purposes
and - the remainder has a magnificent
future for manufacturing purposes, be
Ing surrounded by the Swift holdings.
We give an 'absolutely clear title to this
propety'and you are not bottled up In
ay manner whatever. W also have
45.6, acres directly adjoining this acre
. age on -the east and lying, (named lately
on Vancouver 'ckrHha. This whole piece
Is the cream of the' Love farm,, and
' there Is positively no other property of
Its else that- will equal It for platting
purposes "tu the ''whole 'city;1 Best of
tfrms. - It won't last long; better get
: OUSy.. v "... . .. .: . .;,' . ... -, . :
. Boom 803 ; Buchanan Bldg,
; ;. SUM. Washington St.
A' 10-ROOM BOARDING' HOUSE AND
a storeroom for grocery In connection;
126 per month. Strange, "The Rent
ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE FRONT ROOM FOR 1, WITH
board, private family. 161 N. 18th.
pari rip 2917.. Gentlemen preferred.
FOR BALE ROOMING 'HOUSE OF t
rooms; nicely furnished; full and pay.
Ing 160 per month; rent 122.(0; price
. -u in niiin st.
3, 800 JUST , THINK, 100x100, ' AL-
most new 6-roora house; beet of
plumbing, gas,' full cement basement,
cement aldewalk, nice lawn and shrub
bery; one block from Union ave.; f 1,000
cash, .balance percent. -
S. R. PENNICK & CO
- Main 6758. . . 115 ' Ablnrton.
iiVY A HOUSE AND. LOT AND- PAY
for.lt aa rent.' $10 or $15 month
secures a home. Strange, 81 6th t.
$3,000 SECURE A MODERN. 6-ROOM
Strange, "The Rent Man." m 6th sts
FOR SALE A NEW, MODERN SEVEN
- 'room house, on E. 3rd sL, near car
line, good district, all rooms nicely
In tea, full cement basement, nioo lawn;
et nroDertv for the monev An the
market. Inquire Jtfl Stark at. "
it! iltK ' M Vs
mi RATES' -.'
fCXT 9, , 6 ATTQUST 8, , 101 tzr-
TTinta n. la. la. I - '.
Chicago and return, ", $71.60. J .
,. St. Louis and return, $57.50. N.' "
St PauL Minneapolis, Duluth, ' Supe
rior, Winnipeg and Port Arthur and re
turn. $60. ...,..,:, '. i '
For tickets, sleeping car reservations
and additional information, call on or
address a. jjjcksun, c p. t. a.
iaa tedu) BTn roBTzojro, ob.
Telephones: Main ISO. ' Homo A-IlSt.
5 TWPS '
..a. Spokano. fnaa 14.
. .. Ml Jaly 10, 9 Ag. ,
qaeea, guy im.
BtnCS BOUTB. : ;
f. . VmatUla. ...... ,......,..7nao 85
8. B. AT.ABTA BOTJTB.
v FOR SALE LIVESTOCK.
If FRESH' COWS.. GOOD MILKERS.
(4( East Madison at. Phone Cut
Zkagwari Ktka. Tnneaa and way porta.
B. U. Co.'s Bamboldl........Jtuia 88
City of eattl , . Jaae 8
Cottagro City, via Sitka Joao 80
:.;'Ajr raABcisco bottib.
' latUnf t a. m Prom Beattls.
Prcaideat .....i..,.....,...,..Xana 88
City of Pnebla .........fn 87
Sonoma June 88 and Jul 8
City tffloat 1.848, Waafclagtoa 8V
l Houscholdcra ,
' Hancock- Street Addition, la the xlace
lbiiUdi : ,, . ,V ,
'fJv east of Irvlngton. .j
Sti-eeta gradetl ahd parked. ,
, Cement sidewalks and water,
( !No stores fli shacks. ' '
Building restrfctlon of" $2,000.
'. !Schoolhouao near by- - .
HORSES,v VE1UCLES, HARNESS.
DOUBLE TE A14V HARNESS AND EX-
' press waxon , for sale i che&D. ' CSl
.;iinton.- . .--,-"r ".!.. .,
Ho! For Astoria
Sltaatlon Win B Worked Into Stt
i Poll tlca. Next iearSomo Argu
' rneotg of Those Who WUI Vie It
Via the Campaign.
(Special Dtopateh te The 7araat . '
Olympia, Wash, June 16. Tharo are
Indications that ths radical element In
Washington atata politics will attempt
to make a loading campaign Issue next
year of the results obtained by the rail
road commission la the present - rail
road. TsJlU. Jln- .Tha ti vacant
publication or tna ngures ooxauea lor
Seattle, ahowlng approxlmaUlr $50,000,.
000 valuation of the terminal grounds
alone exclusive of Improvements, for
the Great Northern. Northern Paolflo
and Pu get Sound Columbia railroad a,
has aroliaed a protest agalnat the fixing
of freight rates on any uoh valuation
o railroad propertlea
- Oomml salon's Plsrawg BuO,
The valuation findings of the oommla-
slon. In accordance with the law ox
1 007, will become "admissible la evi
dence In any proceeding? or hearing to
which the pubUe and the railroad ax
foot thereby a Interested, and Such
findings, when so . Introduced, shall be
conclusive evidence of the facts stated
In such' f ndlng or findings.' aa of1 the
date of filing under conditions then
vlatlna. mnA aunh faeta can onlT be
controverted or contradicted by showing
a subsequent change in conditions bear
g upon the facts therein oeierminea.
contend thst the actual value ,r ran
lenato Cottertll and nis zouowers
and supporters In this new movement
CHICAGO . v MEDICAL INSTITUTE I Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldei
ciectno ana vioratory treatment rorit . . -
I acuta and chronln 1 1 vnnA anr. I Street OOCK T a. BU
all acute and chronic diseases; good sur
geons in charge. ' 1H N. 6 th at. Phone
pacino 1888. consultation free.
PROF. GRIFFITH WILL GiVHl'TlPIh'
lor lecture on solentiflo character read
ing, with a brief delineation of those
present; - $5 per evening. ,Jthone Pacific
1048. V . - '
VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE, 145 H
PBOBB KAXar BBS.!
'6th' at, room 25.
Colambla RIvcr. Cccncry
XXaTTXJtTOB UCBB TSAXXBS.
Call aarvtea batwaaa Partlaad mA Tha
pallet, except Sundr, . leavlog rortlaaa at
I a. si- arrtvlm (boat D. m. eerrvlns
fralgbt sod puHnttn. . .Splendid aeeeauneaa.
! Vonm tot oatllta an UTMtoct. - '
Dock foot of Alder at, rertlaadt font
1 Thompson SOeden
BABBT ROAB ATB Ot B. BV B. B.
PORTLAND 8AFE CO., SOLE AGENTS Cert U 'iae Oallea. Pbme Mala !. Pectlaad.
foo Herrlnv-Hail-Marvln safes - and
Manganese Steel Safe Co.'s bank safes:
10 seoond-hand fjreproof safes and bank
safes, very 'cheap. See them or write
us. 92 7th et '
DIEBOLD MANGANESE SAFES
Large lines carried. Lock-outa opened.
Jacks,- Jails, metal furniture. Both!
phones. J. K. uavls, 2d.
boat ricmo STUAxxxrr caa
and GEO. W. ELDER
SaU for Kureka, San Francisco and Los
Angeles direct every Thursday at I p. m.
rinirat MPriM ' a a y . 'n niM - naa a i Maa
iwa v v ' mmm auiivii iveaB era. a wis a
Phcnes U. lilt. U. YOUNG. Agent
V , HOLLADAY AVE.;
: -, PRICE $500 X
Terms 1100 down, balance In Install
rnenta of $15 per month. Lot 60x100, n
Holladay ave., bet E. 2:d and E. 23d sta
MALL & VON BORSTEL
104 Beoond St. and 392 B. Barnalde8. jHS'ifJPj1? "T.
WARREN : CONSTRUCTION CO. - i
1 Street paving, sidewalks, and crose-
ms:s. ii4 i.um per Exchange: "
THE BARBER- ASPHALT PAVInG CO.
of Portland. Office (55 Worcester blk.
i SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS ,
CHEAR CORNER tOTi
. ; . PRICE scoo
Terms $100 nown, balance In Install-j CLEAN -,
jnents ot i per montn. cor. lot buxiuo,
FOSTER & KLEISER-SIGNS.
We have built up the largest sign
by first-class work !
and keeping our promises. ..Our prices
are right. 6th and Everett sta Phone
"SIGNS THAT ATTRACT" PORf-
'land sign Co., 18T Stark. Paelfie 16B.
on S. W. cor. E, 2 2d and Holladay ave.
MALL 4& VON BORSTEL
104 Second St and 393 B. Bnrnalde Bt.
' - MARIUAGE LICENSES.
I Daniel Buckley, Seattle, Wash 22:
I Katherine .M.', Archibald, Is. -
William H.- Thomas, 11; Susie' H.
Cchrelber, 18. . - ' . r
- Karl F. R, Leonhardt, 41; Pauline L.
, iscner, is.
J. W. Phenlcie,'. 7 Michigan ave., 45;
. jjaisy eioan, Bi.- v ..
. Frank H.. ONelL Vancouver. B. C.
t; KathrynF. McDonald, 17. "
Weddiiis Cards. W, Q. Smith A. Co.
. Washington bldg.,- corner 4th and Wash
,.! ' Ington sts. - -- . ..
.- ' Tonseth & Co., florists,, for dowers of
; n Rinds, izs stn st.-
TOWELS DAILY COMB.
brush, soap, tl per month.-. Portland
Iaunilrf At Towel Hnnnlv Co..
Couch sti. -Phone 410. -
HEADQUARTER8 FOR NEW AND RE-
Duut tycewruers or an makes:
j our window; If you are going to buy a!
new typewriter , see us oetore; Duying;
w can eavs ypu money; we nave parts
for repairing all machines; state agents
for the Visible Fox; we buy all kinds of
typewriters. 'I no Typewriter Exchange,
inc., Hi. J. r.iiiaon, mnngnr. ; sa It,
LICKENSDfcaFER i TYPEWRITER
ArencV BUPDliea: ' renal ra . Raleirh
Diagrt-etr -ana' wssningion sis.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
C- a PICK OFFICE 88 1ST ST Be
tween starx ana uax sts.; pnone 698. i
.1.1 ..; Vi -
X;y;vxxa fioo 't'?r-' j l?
Looks very ' temntlnv. I I
doesn't Itt We'll give the
winner aa oraer on wooa
ard. Clarke for ths money.
Better take a grip along:
'.silver - weighs heavy and
takes lots of room. , See
page 11. (.
FOR WOMEN ONLY
. Dr. Baadarsoa'i . Oonpeoad Bsvta
and Ctettoa Hoot PliU. The feaet
aae ,eoiy reliable famady for DB
LaTEU PBRIODS. Cure the aioal
a,i.., u i. a fc. ,a 4...
Frtcela per box, mailed la a lata vraapa.
,un Lr. i. a. riiaua..ui rm atraac
trUaad. Oraaa. . i
-Clarke . Bros.. Tlori.ts-Flne- flowers i'T'-Z,??' -X
and floral designs. 280 Morrison st
Full dress suits for rent, all alseS.
TJnlque Tailoring Co., 80 Stark st
i ki-ff- : . BIRTHS . '.;' y
for shionlna: commodious brick ware
house with separate iron rooms, f ront!
and Clay, sts.
OLSEN-ROE TRANSFER CO.""
Henry Roe. - W. A. Cleland.
-i . r . tr. eneascreen. .
General transfer and storage: ' safes.
MLINTpCK j June 17. to Mr. and Mrs. pano and furniture moved, packed and
? Elbert E. McClintock, ,148. Knott st a shipped. 109 Oak st. Both phones -
nor. Olson, 14th and E. Shaver, sts, a
yon. t - ',, ". - .- i 4
;t.:V DEATHS f: v:
At his home.. 663. Klrbv st-
ivt. '.xnomas mtnam, De-
Transfer. 147 Alder st Phone Main
1171. ' -'
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 134 N. STH.
Main 69. -i. Heavy hauling and storage.
Independent baggage & trans-
v fer-4jo, storaR.-i4 HtarK. Mam 7.
loved husband of Annie I. Putnam and
. f on
of I. P. Putnam of.
ahlneton. v . i
X)DD June 27, William Seymour Dodd.
aged vi years, o months and T dtys,
tl E. 22d st N.: cancer of bladder.
JSfENKE June 26, Mra Augusta Yenke,
sged 77 years, 4 months and S days,
(?4 tn si.r nean raiiure.
SlilCHELSON June . 24. . Michael Mich-
elson, aged 84 years, 20 , Knott st;
smothered In cave-in, , , T .
JHITAN June 24, And Rltan, aged 81
years. 2 months and II days, at Ray
tnoitd. wash. apoplexy. -
y ....... .... i n; ni n,
i . i aged 68 years, at Seattle, Wash.; killed
in atretar aeoldent..-
DICKENSON June 2. Kmll Dlckftnaort
M A. GUNST A COw
DISTRIBUTORS OF' FINE CIGARS,
JjVERDiNG A FARRELL, PRODUCE
and commission mercnanta 10 Front
st. Portland, flr, ' i'hone Mam 17.
OREGON - FURNITURE MANUFAC-
turing Co. Manufacturers of furni
ture for the trade. Portland, Or.
WAbHAM" t CO.. WHOIJESALE Gr5T
cers, manufacturers ana commission
merchants. 4th snd-Oak sts.
URB MANUFACTURING AND
nprlnl urders. L. Ruvenskvs furnt.
ttire factory, soy iront m
h?& i men'inx'ltis24 BtMKlCk ati tUi ALLEN A' LEWIS', COMMISSION AND
WALLER- 1ms V Moses Vank Wal- "fj-"1- Vnnt d
lr. agM CO years,. months and 1 gtJgSTl1??!: xi u' u
Bay 460 Larrahpe t. oarrlnoma Of Jaw.
IWINPOWt AND POORS MADI3 TO
omr, 'ortlrfi .Jlnroware.t.'n., 74 Ftli.
ii::lp v.-at;-: ," ii :.
WHOLESALE CROCKERY AND
' 'glassware.,-? Prael, Hegele aV CO., Port
f II Pi OREGON CHEESE C6. '(INC
ChefKe. butter, epus eto., dairy prod
ucts tiounht or .handled on eommlaelon.
126 tin t. (Swetland bldg.). Portland.
(r. ' - , ,
1, i. i ... - . lRi,i .ici' SUPPLY
M, i.i.i . imiiTra.i.-"f.i ,.
'' "Preferred Stock Canned Goods, .it
Allen A Lewis Best Brand. - i -.-.
road properties in Seattle, for strictly I
railroad purpoaes, ought not to go be
yond $6,000,000. and certainly not more
than 110.000.000. lncludlnc the proper
ties of the Union Pacific and Milwaukee
A St. PauL neither of which Is Included
In the railroad commission s valuation
..Boom YalnaUons IConstrous.
It la also contended that these ter
minal lands were secured Urfrely by the
railroads as a bonus, or at nominal
values, and that to come la now and
appraise them at the very top of the
real estate - crest on values fixed by I
Harrlman and Earllng when they .were
obliged to carve their way through-expensive
blocks a "square foot" rates
under conditions which Inflated all
nlhtvrlna- values ' 100 to- 1.004) ' per
cent, will have the direct result of bur-iianina-
tha rvaofcla with excessive rates.
It Is pointed out that In Seattle alone
this ainerenoe in vaiues gm "
railroads nearly $1,000,000 net revenue
annually If they are allowed per cent
Income on values. Then there are Ta
eoma, Spokane, Everett Belllngham and
other places . where similar eondltlons
prevail. ..- i ,.,:-.!?:.-., . ;-t;l
- Cheaw Tide tanas With the Bee.
It la ohargedthat fuUy.two thirds of
the tide lands -owned by . the railroads
now in. eaiue were avciiuimu wnoi
scarcely' any outlay, and that if the rail
road commission now rastens ooom
values on this property with the object
Of allowing rtmoa reaaonaoie returns
on such values, then the commission
will be held responsible for an unwar
ranteu frelrht rata that will take mil
lions of dollars annually out of the
pockets of the shippers ana consumers
Of the stater or wasmngioiWi
YAIE, A5D HAEVAUD
. DIVIPE THE H0N0ES
Former Captures 'Varsity Fottrs and I
' Latter Takres the Freshman '
' Eights m ReffatU. "
(Joornal Bpedal BtrrleeJ
,) New . London, Conn June 18-The
varsity fours and the freshmen eights
raced here this morning, ending . the
annual Yale-Harvard ' regatta ' on the
Thames. The two Institutions divided
honors. Yale winning the 'varsity fours
and Harvard ' capturing the freshmen
event : The four oared race was - one
sided, Yale winning by 14 lengths in
12:11. The freshmen race was closer.
Harvard winning by less than a length
in "li-is, soin races were rowea, up
stream. .... V. , 4. . v, ';,-,.;-.-.'
: OF OUTDOOR LIFE
A wealth of outdoor life Is portrayed.
both In photographs and text matter. In
the outing number of Pacific monthly
for July. ' The Issue Is ; full of ' hot
weather articles, tha kind that can be I
enjoyed both by the man at home and
the-one' whtiinir away the days In his
favorite nonttng or fishing resort, w a
enerous parcel of delightful tales and
lustrations uphold to the reader the
attractiveness of the Pacific coast from
British Columbia to Los Angeles and
westward to , Catallna 1 and Sandwich
Islands. - :'-- -. ', - . . - .
Two striking features of the number
are ine colored plates. -The Domesti
cated Indian."' aa seen on the Warm
Springs reservation, by Mrs. Fanny van
uuyn, and "Byrne Views of tha Clacka
mas River." from photographs by CX
FreyUg. - Both excel in their respective
lines, and tell a -atorv which . nthaw
wise could not be told In many printed 1
pages James Hopper - contributes
'Carmelita." aml.there are nthar iiu.
ot wu anown western writers. '
Now is the time to paint your .Screens. We are
selling big quantities of a specially prepared paint
.for screen doors and windows. Does not gum the
mesh. Easily applied by anyone. Green and black
in 25c and 50c cans. -
ADJUSTABLE YJMOYl SCREENS
: : Four sizes, to fit any window, spl., 30c, 35c, 50c, J50c
THE PAINt STORE Mainaoii M5 FIRST ST.
. T " 1 ' ' S
X - a
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f TTMIE above illustration vividly shows the results of an ACTUAL STEAM
jv: TEST, made at the STAR BREWERY at Vancouver, Washington, last
Wednesday. It disproves every accusation" that has been made to tho;
effect that this coal will not burn. IT WILL BURN ! IT BURNS FAR BETV
TER THAN DRY FIR WOOD, TO SAY NOTHING ABOUT "GREEN FIR
SLABS." ONE "AND A HALF TON S i OF COAL were used in this test as
against THREE CORDS OF FIR WOOD. The coal was used in connection
with a boiler producing ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY HORSEPOWER,
" while the wood was used with a ONE HUNDRED AND- FOTY HORSE
POWER BOILER. The coal was burned in a WOOD GRATE, another tro-'
mendous disadvantage. Every rninute, during a TEST LASTING SIX HOURS,
the steam-gauge showed that the COAL PRODUCED AN AVERAGE OF
FIFTEEN' POUNDS MORE-STEAM; PRESSURE; THAN THE , WOOD,
EVEN UNDER THE DISADVANTAGES. Many times during the test the
difference IN s FAVOR OF .THE COAL, was shown to be; TWENTY
POUNDS,-as inriicated by the gauges shown above. , '.: ; ; ;
FREE EXCURSION NEXT SUNDAY
The steamboat Joseph Kel
logg, has been chartered and
wfl leave the foot of Salmon
street at 8 a, m. Meal will
be served free , on : the boat
coming and going. v "Tickets
MUST BE SECURED AT
OUR OFFICE We.wffl re-,
main open tonight and tomor-
row night until 0 o'clock for
this purpose. COMMON
WEALTH TRUST COM-
r- PANY, Corner Sixth and
M,M J -.".' ' ' k
Business Men end
Are especially invited. This -is
not a picnic party, and we
have no, time to be bothered'
with curiosity .or pleasure-
seekers. . If you care to buy '.
this stock and combine pleas-'
ure with profit, we will be
glad to have you accompany
us. , Get, your ticket tonight,
COMPANY; Corner Sixth and .
Ankeny. - :. ; 3p. . .. ; .
Sacks of Coal We Gave Away Are Giv
ing Excellent Results to Everybody
Within a few days we will begin the publication of letters from people who
took' advantage of our free offer of a sack of coal. They. are beginning to comet
in, and we have not yet received a letter that does not commend the , coal.
Nearly .everybody .tells us that the coal is the best they have ever used since
they came to Portland. We are also in receipt of scores of orders from these peo
ple to reserve for them a sufficient supply of this coal for their winter use. Con
sumers Coal is one of the best investments on the market today, and will not be
purchasable very- much longer Monday the directors will meet to decide
whether to withdraw the stock altogether. This may be your last opportunity to
take advantage of our free excursions. Get your tickets early. Number limited.
0 0 " -
CO.1MON WEALTH TRUST CO.
Commonwealth Bldg. .
u i ima, Rarbers . Fur
: i. 10th & Morrison.