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TIIC Or.ZCOIJDAILV JOURUAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY. JULY 17, 1919.
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TO ANTIPODES TO
TAKE PLACE HERE
Chamber of Commerce to Provide
Cargo; Necessary to Secure
Establishment of Line.
GOOD SHOWING DESIRED
New Zealand-Australian Interests
Have Exhibited Interest inOre-
gon Over Other Parts of Coast.
: Portland is going to have a month
ly sailing, of ; freight vessels out of
this port to, Australia and New Zea
land. The city, through the Chamber-
6f Commerce, has been offered
euch a Jin e, providing 2000 to 3000
tons of cargo each way can be ob
tained for each sailing, and Secretary
"W. D. B. Dodson say that the cham
ber will make this possible.., ;:
One of the strong . companies now op
erating from the Pacific coast to ; the
South seas, has received additional cargo
carriers and the Increased activity In
shipping circles In Portland has at
tracted their attention to this port- The
officials of the steamship company
have requested information on the pos
sibilities of this port as a port of call,
placing the .minimum, cargo for the es
tablishment Of the run at 2000 tons each
way per month.
The Chamber of Commerce is cover
ing the cargo situation in this district
and , appealing to , every merchant in
the city to make a report on cargo ob
tainable either here or In the South
seas. The chamber particularly desires
to make a good showing on direct in
bound anu outbound shipments.
VAs far as the prospects for this
amount of cargo are concerned," says
Mr. podaon, "'the service to the South
seas should he assured, but it will be
necessary to Impress on the mlida of
manufacturers and merchants here the
necessity of reporting their possibilities
to the chamber so a positive report can
be filed with the steamsbtp company."
.Jtfew . Zealand and Australian inter
ests have exhibited an Interest in Ore
gen over and above the interest shown
In other pacific coast cities, according;
to the commerce officials and with a line
once established . they , believe that a
good service could be developed here
that should result In more extensive op
erations. " 1 . "
ELLSBECK ASSIGNED HERE
Colombia-Pacific Company Gets Steel
Steam - Now lJeina Completed.
. Announcement has been made by the
Columbia-Pacific! . Steamship- " company
that the 'new steamer Eil shock has been
assigned to it to be placed on the Colum
bia river and Puget sound to London
run. The EUsbeck Is a steel steamer
and Is now , being; completed on Puget
sound. The operators expect to have her
in the local harbor for leading about the
middle "of August after completing the
taking on of half her .cargo . at Puget
sound.'., ,..":,'". . ',. '..
A. . C. Btubbe, general manager of the
Columbia-Pacific company. Is making; an
effort to have her destination changed
to Northern - European points to take
care of the trade which is being brought
to Portland by the Scandinavian trade
DEAN OF SKIPPERS MASTER
Captain Jessen. to Take Steel Steamer
' Merlden on Trial Trip. -
When the 3800 ton steel steamer Merl
den. built by- the Alpina Engine ft Ma
chine works;, goes on her trial trip
today, she .will, take as - her ' master
the dean f skippers on .the Pacific
eoast,. Captain .. M. Jessen. For 60
years Captain Jessen has operated on
the Pacific coast, .having come to this
region early in the 'AO's. - ; .
Captain Jessen is the oldest skipper
on the Pacific coast both, in age and
years of service, being 79 years of age.
He holds an unlimited license. .
The Meriden will be' operated on the
triangular run between San Francisco,
the Hawaiian islands and Seattle and
will probably be delivered by the ship
ping board during the latter part of the
week. .. . -
Strikers Do Not Indicate Action if
- Not Given Raise by 10 Days. '
Ship liners who ceased work Wednes
day noon aboard the . steamer Deer
lodge, alleging dissatisfaction over the
employment of house carpenters. in lin
ing the steamer West lslay at Astoria,
returned to work on the steamer this
morning.. The 10 day limit set by the
liners and ship riggers for the employers
to meet their demands of 87H cents an
hour an Increase of 12 V cents an hour
over, present wages expires : this ' eve
ning and it Is not Indicated what action
will be taken by the members of the
union following the comjsletlon of the
Helps Make Strong, Sturdy Men
arid Beautiful; Healthy Women
3,000,000 People Use It Annually
As a Tonic, Strength and Blood-Builder
GETS ATTENTION OF
Portland Investigation Asked,
but Necessity for One Here
Not Seen Locally.
Whether an 'attempt U being made In
the larger cities of the country to em
barrass officials of the postof f ice de
partment through local differences or
whether something ; radically wrong
with the service n Various cities is be
ing investigated ; by the" United, States
Chamber of Commerce. It has request
ed the Portland chamber to appoint a
committee to conduct a local investiga
The United Btates chamber has de
cided to have Investigating committees
appointed in the 60 larger cities of the
United States, '
Reports of i the" various committees
will be filed and compared In an effort
to get to the. seat of the trouble, Di
rectors of the national chapter express
the belief that the entire muddle in the
department la a result of various local
disorders. ? ..'
The Portland chamber Wednesday aft
ernoon agreed that, although no diffi
culties were evident in the Portland of
fice, further Inquiries will be made of
the national chamber, selection of a
committee being deferred jneajrwhtle;
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lining In the Deer Lodge. Both the
Deer Lodge and West Jslay are being
operated by the Pacific Steamship com
pany and -are loading flour .and grain
for Europe. ;
COOS BAY COMMERCE GROWS
Freight Receipts ' for Day Greatest
Since Pre-War Times.
Marshf ield, July , 17. The importance
of Coos Bay to " Portland and com1
meree waa illustrated Wednesday ' when
the ' steamer City of : Topeka of the
Pacific Steamship company, arrived
here with 700 tons of general freight
for' this port. ' .More than 100 pas
sengers, bound for San - Francisco.
disembarked here. The steamer Admi
ral VValnwriKht at the same dock was
discharging; a cargo of freight from
San Francisco, which the. Topeka was
not able to handle on the last trip
from the south. Te Aurella arrived
Wednesday night and ." the Clearwater
and the Q. C. Lindauer are unloading
at North Bend. Passengers bound for
Coos Bay were given special accommo
dations, certain sections of the vessel
being set aside for them. :
The freight receipts at this port
Wednesday exceeded any day since pre'
war times. The Admiral Walnwright
will load a million feet of lumber for
BUREAU RECEIVES , REPORT
Information That Ships Are Tied Up
In Eastern : Harbors Sent Bureau. .
Reports have been received by the sea
service bureau of the shipping board
In this city from New York saying that
all merchant rnarine ships, totalling
about 400. are tied up in Nw Torx nar
bor aa a result of the failure of union
leaders and i representatives of the
American Steamship association to
reach an agreement on the strike among
engineer, firemen and seamen.
Lieutenant Harold C Jones of the
Portland bureau says that the trouble Is
not expected to effect the Pacific coast
and although the merchant marine serv'
Ice has abandoned all attempts to
move the vessels on the Atlantic coast,
the movement will continue unaffected
here. A close agreement now - exists
between the various unions and the sea
service department here and -they are
working in the closest cooperation.
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ALL ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The Scandinavian trade envoys have
again returned to Portland from Hood
Haver ana Astoria trips ana are meet
Ins with Portland manufacturers and
wholesalers concerning supplies to be
shipped t Northern Europe by way of
the. newly established Williams & Dia
mond company line from the Pacific
coast to Europe.
Recently including Portland In Its
coast Itinerary, the steamer Mayfair of
the Charles Nelson line arrived at Al
bers dock from San Francisco Wednes
day with general consignments. She
will take lumber on her return trip.
Cancellation of all 'bunker rules and
regulations made by the government
during the war were announced to Col
lector of Customs Moore In a message
from ' the war trade board. Cancella
tion became effective July 14. --
Work of widening the channel at the
upper end of Swan' island opposite the
Portland Flouring mills was started
Wednesday by the dredge Willamette.
Fort Seward Loads - Ties .
Aberdeen. Wash., July 17. -The
steamer Fort Seward, built by the
emergency fleet corporation, Is. loading
1,-00,000 feet? of ties for England at
the Wilson Brothers mill In this city,
and . the Grays . Harbor Commercial
company's mill at - Cosmopolis. -
No Word Vet
Although President J, R. . Bowles ef
the 'Northwest Steel company wae to
have had a conference with officials of
the United States shipping t board at
Washington Wednesday afternoon con-
ccrnJog the reinstatement ' of .. several
contracts.' for steel steamers, cancelled
several months ago, no word has been
received In Portland yet concerning the
results of his conference, i When Mr.
Bowles went East he said that pros
pects seemed reasonably bright for the
building ef a few more larger vessels
for the government.
'.. Oleum Is " Delivered '
Delivering the tanker Oleum to the
Union Oil company Wednesday after
Installing three Scotch marine boilers
and completing extensive overhauling of
the engine room at a total cost of about
1150,000. the Willamette Iron A Steel
company . announced the closing ef a
contract with the Todd Shipbuilding
company for nine Scotch marine boilers
and four additional boilers for the Foun
dation company plant at Victoria. The
Willamette plant .' had just completed
an order of nine boilers for the Todd
company and was . working on an orig
inal order of 20 boilers for the Founda
tion yard. - ,
, Launching to Be Held 1
Launching of another 8800-ton steel
steamer from the ways of the Columbia
River Shipbuilding corporation will take
place at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
This vessel is hull No. 2 and will be
christened the West Harts.- ? A Sponsor
will be announced later. With the
launching of this vessel there will only
be four hulls left under construction at
the Columbia River plant, ' .
News of the Port
Arrival July TS
Willamette-, American steamer, tram San Fran
mca, pHmgrn, (mnL
Mayfelr, American steamer, from Kan Fran-
, ,w4 America- steamer, from Ban FraBcieoo,
ail. ; -
' Deserted. July IT '
. ArsrQ.. Amerioen steamer, for Saa Fraaciaco,
DAILT RIVER READtHGg
1 1 1 i '
STATIOM J g lj,
UrnaHUe ......... ,i 2ft 11 . T "" 0 O.OO
Albas? , 20 1.4 0.1 0.00
saieia ao -i.o o.a o.oo
Omcon Oftr 12 6.1 -0.4 0.00
portJamf . . . . . . . . . is e.s -e.4 e.oo
The Willamette rite at Portland will fell
wowigr aunns uie next two or uuee aay.
WaeWiar et Stiver's Mmtth
North Heed. July 17. Condition at the
sioaut ef toe river al noon t Sea, smooth ; pertly
cloudy; wind, northwert, IS mtlea; humidity. 8.
Tidea st gatorU Fries
' BiihWiUr: Low Water:
:49 a. .... 7. 2 feet I 11:28 a. as.. .,0.0 feat
6:38 p. HL...S.2 fee :80 p. at.. . .1.5 (eet
AT TTEIGHBORlIfO PORTS
- aatoria. July 17. ArrlTed at 2 a. m., tteamer
Vaanrod, from uray Harbor.
Baa Fraaciaco. July 1 T. Arrtred at T. a. m..
staanar AUaa from Portland.
Com Bey. July 10 flailed at 14:20 a. ex.
teamcr Aurelia, from San Kranciaeo, via Eureka,
for Portland. Arrived et 12:45 p. m-, aleamer
cuy or Topeka, Iron i'orUand. for tiaa aiaa
cieeo. vie Eurvka.
Aston. Jnly 1 5.- Hailtd at 9 & m.. ateamev
AUaa, for Saa Franctaco. Arrived at 2 and Ml
up at S p, m. . ateamer F. H. Ixop, from Baa
Ii'ranciisee. Arrived et 10 p. m., steames Willam
ette. from Baa Franctaeo. -
Seattle, July 16. Arrived, to Lilliee sad
barse No. SO. from Portland.
Norfolk, July 1 8. Arrived, steamer Oity ef
Rnreka im Cascade, from Portland, beta far Ee
sepev San Frandaee, July 15. Arrived, tteamer
Klamath,' from Portland.
Newport News, July I B. Arrived, ttaaratr
City of Eureka, from Portland, for Europe.
Gaviote. July 1 -Sailed, ateamer W. F,
Herrln, for Portland.
Tiea Tela, July 11. Arrived, from Portland,
ateamer Soinpo Mara.
Balboa. July IS. Arrived, ateamer Wat Cele-
'Ba Dleco. July 15. Arrived, tnc Haronlea
and lor raft, from Columbia river.
San Francisco, July IT. (I. ST. 8.) 'Ar-
1 T..1.. , O TT t . IX .1
Yokoaama and Honolulu, at S a; m. t Japanese
ateamer Feme Mara, from Honckonc and Yoko
hama, at 0:30 a. in. ; Paaadena, from Albion, at
t:su a. m.; sea jroam, from Mendocino, at s a.
m., Queen, from Seattle, at 7:56 a. m. ; Frank
I. Stoat, from Loa Aagelea. at 7 a. m.; Santa
Kite, from Fieaiue, at 7 a. m. S Caapar, from
vaapar. t a a. m. ; u. B. iMatroyer vnauaoey,
front San Dieco, at 9 a. in. Bailed, July 10,
. aauDcion, ior bureaa, at iu:so a. m.
, . Seattle, July 10. (L N. 8.) .Arrived, July
16, S. 8. City of Seattle, from Southeastern
Alaska, at 6 a. m. Arrived. July IS. U, .
Silver Shell, from Saa Franciaco, at 7 v. m. s
JUdondo, from Southeaatem Alaaka, 0 :?0 p.
m.; Fulton, from Powell River, at S p. m, ; Ad
miral Watioa, from Boutbeastern Alaska, at 1
p. m. Sailed. July 10. Jefferson, for South-
eaatarn Alaska, at 0 a. ra.; Ekimore, for Yoko
hama, at 10 a. m. ; Admiral Rodman, for South
eaatern Alaaka, at 10 a. m. Sailed, July. 15. S.
8. President, for Vancouver ; M. S. H. O. Han
aeo. for Victoria, in tow of tu Daniel Kern.:
. KathikM, J.il. IK If M Ml aHmA
. 1'rincese Mary, eolith bound, at 0:30 a. m.
Vancouver. July 16.- (I. N. S. ) -Arrived.
S. S. Kmpreas of Japan, from ltonskone.
... ror j-ownneaa, juiy is. u. i Paaaed
out, S. 8. Brookaide, for Swaaaea, at O p. m.
Everett. July IS. (I. N. 8.) Sailed. 8. S.
Ataeoaan Maru, for Portland, at a a., ra. c
Port Ludlow. Julr 16. 1L N ft.) Arrived.
aeheoDer Helena, from Honolulu, in tow of tas
MukUtee. Jula- IS. (1. N. fLl -Arrived.
schooner Oceania, Vance, from Seattle, towing.
laoome. juiy io. (L n, B.J arrived, 8,
8. Kyota. from Belliasnam; Admiral Wataon,
from Seattle. Sailed, schooner Robert R. Hind,
from Honolulu. .
HeatUe, July IS. n. N. .) Arrived, tn
Lillico No. SO. from rortland, at a. m. Ar
rived, July 14. 8. S. Wahkee:. from Saa Fraa
eisoo, at noon ; Jefferson, from . Southeastern
Alaaka, it f (, ai Konsosaa Mara, from Yo
kohama, at S:30 p. m.; 8. 8. President, from
Han Pedro via San Franoieco end . Victoria, at
8:80 a. m. .Sailed. Julv IS. H. 8 Admirml
LKvana, for Soutlieaatera Alaska, at It a. m. ;
vspiaa r. a, lAcaa, tor Ban Pedro, at 8:16 a.
m.i Admiral Tewey, for Ban Ihojo. via San
rmanisee and Son Pedro, at l a. m. ; l.vroan
Stewart, for Oleum, at 7 a. m. : yacht Dclaura.
for Southeastern Alaska, eruiee. at 8 a. m.
Cordova. July 14. (L N. S. ) Sailed, S.
8. Alameda, aonthboand. at 2 p. m.
Ketelukan, July 14. (t N. S.) Sailed, S.
8.- Prineesk Anne, northbound, at S p. m. ; City
ef Seattle. -eouthboond. at 1:80 a. m. Sailed.
July 13, S. B. Worth weetern, north betind. at 10
p."m. ' i- .
Yokohama. July S. tt, N. 8.) Arrived, &
S, Suw Mara, from Beadle. t
Wverpool. uly llv (I X. 8.) Arrived,
M. 8. Brisk, from Seattle. V ; . ,
..Palboe, July 1. (I. N. S.J Arrived. B.
S. West Iielnidte, from Seattle. . Arrived, July
14, S. S. Urayson. from Tacoma. -
iJhrhvtobal. July 11. (I. n. 8,) Balled. B.
BFort Russell, for London.
m Talcahtieiro, July 8. LvN. 8,) Sailed, 8.
S. West ginaloa, far Wert Coaet. .
New York, July 12 !. K. 8.1 Arrived. 8.
S. Remus, from Taeoma via Seattle.
Honolulu. July 11. (L N. S.) - Arrived,
achooner Robert Lewera. from Pert Gamble. -
Shanghai. July ,(J. H. B.) Sailed, ft S,
Justin, fee Seattle.-
. .Farallona, July 14 (I. N. 8.) Paased. S.
S. Canadian. Volunteer, for Genoa. July 18. 8.
8. Idaho, for Vancouver, it II p. a.
San Pedro. JiiW 14 (I M aiini
B. S. JJultnomaU, from SeaUle via, JtclUnghaja
an4 Saa Franciaco; Governor Ferhes, from Wast
Coast. Arrived, July 18. S. S. IK G. SeefUld,
from SeaUle. Sailed, July 14. S. S. Admiral
Schley, for Seattle, via Saa Franeiaeo. '
j Victoriev July la. d. N. a.) Peaaed out,
8. S. El Lobe, for West Coast vie Saa Pedro.
at s a. m. Arrived, mpreaa ef Japan, from
Vancouver, at 10 a, m. Passed oat. July 14.
B. S. Cor lie, for port Has tela. '
- Vansver JulyiJ tL N. S.) Arrived.
as, a. -vv tnuner. irom oma STanetaea.
BeUinsbam, Jely 15 (L N. & Arrived. S.
8. H. B. Loeeiov. fro as Seattle. .. T
Pert Townaend;' Jaly 1 4. (I. J." 8.)-Ar.
jtved. acheoner Mary B. Foster, from Honolulu,
fa tow ef tas LilHoo Nev 20.
!B ,rf0C4f!O' 3lllTl1--ll. X. S.) Ar.
nred. 16th -Steamer Aeava t..-.
11:45; tas See Kins. bare E. M. Phelpa, Port
. wp. m. i i os law Mam, iHoaskons.
1:45 p, ra.: VV. A- Porter, BvsreU.
Admiral cM7 Urn An.ele,, 8 ilOp. m. ; 0i
r"-- 'V'yy't. w. m,j Jjeroe . Has
on, weaiuuii, e:os p. m. ; Lord Temsletowa
" ""f,. Mara, Honrkona.
5 v " tempi, unnee Ivlns
casUe. 1:11 a, m.r fM Uuneh Ledy May. Loa
Anfelea p. m.; Ilartwood. Ursya Harbor, B :30
Helen P. Drew, Greenwood,, 7 ;t3 p. m. 1-
'A aey ferrule for crotcbes, wooden
less or canes is tipped with rubber and
contains p. conea spring, inside of tubing
so it r evolves. well a.s belns resilient.
HER..1AN CREOC FIRE
IS QUIET, BUT FORCE
OF FIGHTERS ON JOB
Blaze at Ames, Which Spread
Over 45 Acres, Is Said to Be
, Under Control.
The Herman creek forest fire ia quiet,
sUt&eufffc none of the lire fighters ha
been laid off, said Forest Supervisor
T. Hl Sherrard . this roornlnr- An ex
tensive patrol will be maintained .until
the fire Is extingmishedL It is believed
the fire will burn Itself out ia about two
Favorable weather conditions are preventing-
other fires 1 from spreading-.
While the fire at Ames increased from
an eight to a 45 acre area. It is con
fined within certain limits and under
complete control, C. B. Chapman, - sec
retary of the Orei-ron,. Forest Fire as
sociation, said1 this morning. Several
small fires in logging camp slashings are
burning in Columbia 'and Clatsop
county but no damage has occurred ex
cept for the expenee of putting them out.
Several hundred acres - of logging
slashes and one of the railroad trestles
of the Nehalem Logging A Timber com
pany have been burned In the lire near
Scappoose but this Is now under, eon
troL Small fires have also been re
ported at Hammond and the two Chris
tensen logging cam pa on the Kerry road,
and at the Larken Green Logging com
pany at Blind Slough. - None of the
logging jslash fires have reached green
timber, said Mr. Chapman and are
easily being kept under control.
Revolt Breaks Out
In Bela Kun's Aririy
Paris. July 17. (I. K. S." A revolt
has broken out in the Hungarian Red
army at Budapest, according; to . con
fidential reports reaching here from
Budapest today. Disorders are reported
In the Hungarian ' capital.' Troops are
said to be streaming Into the cfty. .The
counter uprising has necessitated a post
ponement ef Bela Kun'a offensive
against the Roumanians.
THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME
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BUY FROM OWNER. Selling: on account of change In business. Strictly
modern, 9 rooms, 9x20 glassed-in sleeping porch, hot-water heat.hardwood
, floors, full basement, beautiful grounds ; in fact, an, Idsal home. Will sell
' at very low price if sold at once. See It at $3.8 38th et, North, on corner of
Stanton. Inquire at premises or phone residence. Tabor 6174 or Mala 7270..
' taiasawaswBgafSnTa 1
debut in the daring "Beauty
Spot" scene. How the dash
ing wife of the handsome
Lord George outshone Mile.
Floryythe Parisienne star.
Seattle : Woman - Wins
$2000 and Decides to
Give It, to Red Cross
Ktw TorW, July U.tX. X. .&) The
20M that Mrs. John M. Franklin of
Seattle, Washn. , won by ! proving . she
could make her way from Seattle to
New York on less than a third of the
coat of traveling by train, will go to
the Red Cress, she announced today. ,
Mrs. Franklin; who is tt years old,, and
a -graduate nurse, says she Started, from
Seattle on June IS and made her way
here oft 'foot by working for rides tn
automobiles, on i horseback and even
covered the distance from Chicago to
Valparaiso. Jnd., by. airplane.
She arrived. ; Wednesday afternoon
after spending exactly S23.32 en route.
The trip was the result of a wager with
two Seattle men.
Mrs. Io. repaJr realeeaee. 018 Broadway
drive, builder, B. E. Sbahaa. 50. t t.
G. H. Ooktateuo, repair teaidenee, 70 van
eouver between Cook and" . builder. , Ilarry
H"i?ed pfvta. repair dwtUliif. 910 .st
between 37th and, 40U area,. builder. A.
Hebwaak, f SO. ., . . .'
Oaorae Kbelins, erect sarase. 387 La reh be
tween Mulberry and llaxrisan. builder. Modern
ComtrUetiea tin., T0. . --
S. M. Cohn repair office and bank, II 5ft
at. between Stark and Oak. builder. Yasderhoof
n. ava j
U X Jflabetaoej. repair atom 241.8-5 K. 21rt
If. between Maitnreaan aae a-aeuw. vuue,
Chester CrialinakL ereet ' sarace, 81 85 tb
aee. H. JO. between i seta ana vota. puuuer .
Koebbueker, $80. i . .. - '
B, Ai. Green, repair reeidenee. 1080 X. Mr
ridoa between K. TSta and H9th. builder same.
$209.1 ' . '
N. between SchuyJr and Hancock, iaatalleri
Portland, Uaa A Coke Co.. $o0. -- j
U. E Becker, mstalf furnace, $9 MuUaomah,
Kudorph C jlecfe, install furnaee, 1144 E.
Balmoo between K. eeta ana eaw su, uhsuh,
I'nrtl.nil rise A flake (!a.. $100.
Charlea K. Thomson, install furnaee. 1495 K.
Sherman between 6414 and B0U), insiaiier, rorv
land Gas aV Ceke fa, $400. J
11 Wsaooee. repair ateresi and noma. XI O N.
1 6th between Lovejoy and KearneyK.builee. N,
bh.ri.u aana ,
U. Kercan, repair residence, 1)55 Cleveland
St., between rreeooU a. uou$ iuM puijaer, .-,
V. Simoaaes, $86. .
A Willises S. Toelau reoair dwelline. 1111 E.
.Washinctea. tMtweea K. $ftta and 8SUi St..
feared' Vierich, repair reeidenee. 488 K. Pine
comer 10th, builder, A. V. Moodie. ITS. .
Hosier D. Angvll, erect dwtllinc. 70$ Upper
drive, Ureesweie MonXfonery arm, puuaer,
B. T; Allyn", $8000. i : (.
B. P. Bert, erect residetioe, S88 Jeseop be
twees, Mallanr and Garfield, builder,
Allvn S4SOO. ..a ' i '
Mrs,- i. A. Deaa. evert woodshed. 10140 8th
ave. between lOiat and 10M eta., builder same.
Bill ': .. I . 'i
Joe Gannlni, repair reaidenoe. 638 B. tiaeola
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN!
between . lltb and & 12th. builder aame,
JC IV SouJe. renair teaidenee.1094 E. 54 IB
at N. between Webster end meiaon. buildet
K. . Neils, erect dweUln. 1489 Vincent be
tween Bryant and Moreaa. builder same, $500.
H.. Weinbard &itatav , repair .cold ttorasa
boUdine. ' 4T4 Couch between iSth and 18U
ata.. builder. J. W. Tbnrman. $!M0. -
M.- M. Hertzberj, erect arage. SSS B. 4Sd
W. between Braaee and Knott, balkier. Modern
Construction Co.. $80.
rrank snnmitt us, ereet enea, isi K. sui
between Taylor and YamnilL builder. Caesar Kll-
A P. Tyler. TfpaJr reaidenoe, SS2S SIM St.
8. K. between 63d and S4th ata.. builder aame,
Tony Fetrasm, repair reeidenee, 4207 48th
are. between 4 2d and 4 3d. builder came, $400.
Mr. M. II. Wilkrson, repair residence, 820 K.
Carta between K. SOU and Slat, builder sum,
$100. ' .
a 3. Holt, repair dwelling. 6000 flOtfc at, 8.
E.. builder aame, $13.
I. A, Eaton, erect sarase, 71 K. 18th be
tween fUark and Oak, builder aame, $175.
Oregon Hotel Co.; repair betel. 65 Broadway
between Oak and Stark, builder, McHollaad
Bros., $900. . -
Barbara Neber. erect sarace,: 3187 K. tVash
tnrtan between 80th and 82d. builder same, $90.
H. Cbristman. erect office, 1150 Hawthorne
between ' U. Sola and SttU ata,, builder aame,
- Mrs. C. E. fitimpaon, erect tarace, : 788 K.
Tamhiil between 20th and SSd, builder, Modern
Construction Co., 880.
,. George H. Killeta. repair reeidenee. 5820 4 2d
are. between 58th and - 6$U. - builder, K. S.
Uarkman. $150. - ,
Caroline A. Kamm, repair stores, 204 8th be
tween Kront and Jefferson, builder, V. It. May.
- Victor Williams, erect garage. 128 Morgan
between Brandon and Derby, builder aame. $76.
T. Waters, erect garag, 6S4 E. Stb between
Taggart and Denver, builder aame, i.
It H. tMchel, erect garage, '65 5 Morlhrup be
twem 17th and 18th, builder game, $75.
. M. Koyeich. erect garage, 1186 By bee be
tween K. S9th and 4 lb, builder same, $76.
The Sealdins Co., repair atere and hotel, 289
Washington between 4th and 5 Ui, builder, il.
J. Keavea Ce., $750.
Railway Investment Co., repair store. 108
3d it. between Wwblngtoa and Stark, builder,
M. J. Beevee Co.. loOO.
W. It. Small, repair raidcaee, 8880 62d
ave. between 6SUi and tfOth, t builder same.
Captain IV W. Ifosford, repair store, 407
Grand ave. between E. Morrison and . Alder,
builder. Stokes and Zeller. $50.
v Shope Walker, repair reeidenee, 1084 E.
18th H.. bnllder ' A. J. 8alea. $100.
B. J. B laser, 'repair residence, 140$ Orand
BARS RIVETS BOLT
... UPSKT RODS
RID0KS f BUILDINGS
, TANKS TOWERS 6HIM .-
& IRON CO.
P. O. Boa 08$. Main 1183
- JXetADMIRAL UNS.
. 99, OITY Or TOf."
. Sails at P. m., July $4
For Cooa Bar. Knreka. Saa lYaneiseo. eeav
aeetins with steamers to Loe Angelea and San
Diego. Ttafcata sold to all these point, end
baggage checked tbrongb-
Ptetreers everj week for aD prlnefpai petti
In Alaska Travel ia heavy: make reserve
tiona early. Ntit Steamer te Nome and St.
Michael 10 A. f., Juls)t7.
neVet Office 401 TMrd Street,
tain ieee a-ssss
Lsssl rrelsM Office Can 4881
rAOIFIO 8T8AI88HIR COMPANY. V
If res are tntereated IS a trie
te Alaska taia summer, reserve.
dona should be spoken for very
eea, as- taere are te be fewer
boeu taaa last season, ead de
swsd k alraadr bearr. Let aa osier voa ayeee
es tts .
Alaska Steamatils Oa , V .
OanaSlan Paclfts Ocean Servloae. ' ..
Paertie Stagmenls Oa.
ORKSON JOURNAL TRAVKL Bi;'RRAV
OORSKV 8). SMITH. MANASIR. "
me JewnM Sulldlne - Pertiene. Ore gee
Telephone Warvhan 1678
S. S. ROSE CITY
DEPARTS H WOOJT
Sunday, July 27
Frefh Alnsworth Beek
fare Isclades Berth sad Bleats
CUr Ticket Of flee, $d and Waahlaftea
Pbeae Mala $$$
freight of flee, Ainswerth Dock
f hene Urosdwsr t!8
8as Fraaelsee A rortland S. 8. X,taes
18,809 D. IT. Tone Jfefrett, FstUit
sad Most Modern Steamer
AII.TKOS FROM HEW TOBK
ETEBT TUBEE WEEKS
A$st, Portland! Costal Blellssd,
Coatel Tald. Lldeil, The Josraal
Trarel Bareaa, Dergey B. Smith.
I j CCKPACSf ItKtiXU 7gAJ(SA7UX7I7-!
II gjseeaa Feetal Serrtc
, ' - Subieet te Change Without Notiee
NEW, YORK HAVRE
LA TOURAIKE ......, JULY 8$
ROOHAMBEAU ................. dULV SO
LA LORRAINS JULV 81
LA SAVOIC ..,......., AUO.
PRANCa U, IS
NEW YORK BORDEAUX
OHICAOO . AUO 8
NIAOARA i ........ . i AUO. '18
Fugaxi 8reg., Pacrfle Oeest Agenu, ICS Ulterrv
St SeeUle, er any Leeal A tent. .-
s Oaeae II..,,. Aug. 8
' Xsrtllg Olev.. . .Aug. 8
-eedsMk VIII Aug. $1
Unites State.. Sept. 4
!The Chllbere Aeeoey
70S 8S AeV Seattle,
- The Dalles and War Points
Sailings Tuesdays, Tbnrsa'sys, and
Saturdays, 10 P. M. $
DALLES COLUMBIA LINE
WiWr J til
Ash- tv Deck - Broadway 3434
See. N. between Deknia - sad Portland bird.,
builder aame, $100.
O. fcdwajds, erect garage. 1111 X. $00
st. N. between Ashley and Hoi man, builder. Met
tun Co.. $3S0.
Catherine Quay, repair residence. 1$08 Ar
mour between Midway and. Oregon laa, buDder,
U. W. Granger, $375.
John Fulton, repair residence. 1151 Garfield
ave.. builder, r. ts. Ifeletretn. $75.
G. A. Joeosu, repair reeidenee, 1818 Mult
nomah between 62d and 68d eta,, builder tame,
VV. It. Finn, construct fence, 402 Marguerite
ave. bet ween Harrison and A mold, builder, K.
C B. Olmsted, repair reeidenee. 1179 Alblne
ave. between Killings worth and Jeasup, builder,
Mr. White, $220.
v W, J. Neil, repair reeidenee, 490 Kraersoa
between 8th and 9th, builder aame, $75.
Paeifie Building t'o. erect dwelling, 1089 Ore
gon between . 33d and Feerleas 1'laee, feuildar
Hittock Block, Trie., repaie stores end fftce,
885 Washington between W. Park and 10th.
builder aame, $400.
AIMna fuel Co.. repair coal shed. 892
Broadway bef.ween K. SSd tad $0Ui, builder,
A V. Velguthf $880,
'James t Gilchrist, ' erect garage, 250 E.
58d between. aladisoa and Main, builder aame,
O. E. Velde. repair ehleken house, 8916 71 at
st. 8. IS. between 40th and 89th, builder aame.
J, 1", Robinson, repair residence, 1888 Stan
ton between 74th and 75th, builder aama, $400,.
., K. Praaeo, ereot garage, 6804 62d are.
builder aame, 1 850. .
A. Nelson, reiiair residence. $62 B. 8ls N.
between Klickitat and Miskiyou, builder aame,
Cbarlea Reeea, repair reside nee, 945 Franklin
between JSd and 84th, builder. M. J. Wallace,
K.', L Davies. erect garage. 4452 K. 4Tth J.
between Thompson and Tillamook, builder, M. J.
liartmas Thomiaon, conn tract laws walk,
1810 Koyat. builder. M. J. WaUaee. $76.
Send Us Your Old Carpets ,
Old Bc9 OSS Weelea Clethtsf,
We Mate Bereralble, aaad'YTeTea
Ther Wear Like Irem. -
' Bar Kara rret All Slses.
Mall Orders Bead far BeekleV
Bar; 8team CIsaBSd. 9148
tTXstbbk ptrFF bvo oa - -
'64 TTalee Ave. If.
JBaat $618 Pheaea B.1476 .
Parrish Watkins & Co.
. Est. l$67.
-". Frank E. Watkins, Mansfer
Member" Portland Realty, Board.
Real Estate,- Rental, Loan,
Fire and Automobile
100 Second Su Phone i Main 1644
' "AtTCTlOlf 8ALKS TOHORSOW -
AT yyil.tUN H Auotiua lioaee. 16U-1T8 " 8a
sr. -agia it 10 t ra.
ujiypHAn oamp no.
- yL - w- eets t
fta ball, B eth and B. Alder,
every FrUaj - tvenlng at 8
e'eloek. - . VtalUng aalgbbon
i. O. WlXsOJf, Clets,
WEBrOOT flalfP Mn es
eUrht to W. 6. W. Tempte.
128 11th at. M.mh.r.
eueatsd to be present. VMtora
weieona . u JBarbor. Clerk.
COLUMBU IAJVGB HQ. 114.
A. F. ANU A. M. special
communication tonight (Thurs
day), at T.se o'clock. Work
In V. V. degree. Visiting breth
ren welcome. By order W. M,
FRKD U OLSON. Sec .
com m unicatinn Lenta
Ldee No. 16. A. F. and A.
. M... this' Thursday) evening, T:S0
. o'clock; E. A. degree, prder W.
a. S. OOSBTj-RT. See,
V. AND A. M. SUted com.
munieation - this : . ( Xbnrsday I eve
ning, T :80 o clock. Vteitorg ' wel
come. - ' '
R. r. CEIST. See.
M'f.' ii6'i 'j6fiU S 0l"sf.
A. V. ' ANp A. M. Bneelal
eommnnicatien . Uimorrow Hn
day) evening at T 80. , Work in
1'. C. degree. Visitor" welcome.
Order W. M. ' Fl ,'. fHrk,
"SLBERt i'lKK LOIXJE SIO. 16a.
A. F. AKU A. M. Bpeeial
eommunieatton Friday . evening,
JiUy 18, at 7 'clock.' F. J
degree. Visiting , brethren wel
come. O. W. wwva.
from a v. m. sum mutni. .
ia Albany bring your Juiieh and Iriendg and
. . ... . . : V, n ' . liwJt
Have a general reunion. .
EMBf.EM JEWKLHY a epeclaltyj. bnttona, piaa.
-i . ,i,i.iaitk ......
; mirlagts. Dlrtbs. Deaf fix
Frank B. fade, legal, Healtle, Wash., and
Lerena Aopoerle, legal. 1834 Diviaion.
0. E. Hchoenfeld, 81, Maltnoroab hotel, sad
Norma Wilbarn. 36, MaltnomaA hotel.
Holland Keeee Jokard. 28, Ulsbee, Aria.,
and Radio WiUier, 31, Benson botet,
Artbur Howard Marsh, legal,: Looking Olasa,
Aria., and liaxel Harriet Smith, legal, 680 Fat
ton avenue. ' - "."""'."'"'."'..'" '. .
Thomas William Johnson, legal. 768 East Oak
street, and Ruth Hortoa . Olauted. Jgai, Jf3
Tenth street. . . -r . -
4dward Jamea Grelg. 28, Cumberland, B. C,
and Mary Ua belle BUlesee. 33, 867 et Tarn
bill. Carl F, Harrig. legal, 31 Fifty-eighth
street southeast, and Mary JS. HolUater, legal,
1678 Vortieth aeatheaat.
1, atbee K. A dame. 61. 784 Nehalem, and
Mrs. Matildie Wbttsell, 6V, 784 Nehalem.
Herbert V. Coneannee, 24, 604 Thtjrmas,
and Kiul Ione!ea, 22, 804 Thurmsa.
.dward Woholaen, 24, 881 Kast Forty-ninth
atreet, and Eve Jeogul. 88, 881 East Forty
niaah atreet. '.
Myer Perk el. 22. 288 Sheridas, and Bertha
Isreal. 21, 6 Mala.
iJaniel L Kelleher, legal, 467 Rodney averrae,
and Mary .Lillian MarUn, legal, 4a Rodney
Irving Pewey fmttb, $0, BeTlingham, Wash.,
and Cell Kelta rhrkey. 2J. Imperial hotel, ' .
LUNSIWAV To Mr. and Mr. ElUlie Duoal
way. 607 Gantenbefn. June 80, a son.
PETZTe Mr, end Mrs. WilUam C. Dels, 4S8
Margnerlte. Jang 17, a aos, . -
KELSON To Mr. end Mrs, A R. Nelson. 828
, Mill, Jaly 7, a daoghUr. i l
CARET To Mr. and Mra. C. 1 Carey, 204 E.
69th, Jnly 8. s eon. '''.;-.
BA BON To Mr. and Mfg. J. C. Baron, SSO
Colonial. Jnly St. a eon. ;
BOLOGH To Mr. and Mm Joaepb ' Bologh,
661 K. MnrrUoii, July 8. a eon.
DOOLFY To Mr. and Mra. R. K, Dooley, Lit
tle Roek, Wash., Jaly 14, a son,
8FIKGF.K-To Mr. and Mrs. P, Spleger, TVS
K. IS. July 18, a vm.
JEN8EM To Mr. end Mn. Cbarlea N. Jensen,
.sttcktetna. Waah.. JoJv 14. a dauehtev.
GAHDNEK To Mr. and Mm, L, F. Gardner.
IMtr i.ianei, trr., raj i. s eon.
GCSTAFSOM To Mr. and Mra. P. A. Gsstaf-
aon. lOtfl Palton, July S. a daughter,
HOiO To Mr. and Mrs. O. U Uogg, 8828
6 Int. July 7. a daughter.
BTOTT To Mr. and Mra. T. M. gtoU, 1205
CjommertM. July 18. e daughter,
FOX To Mr. and Mra. p. S- ivx, 8228 8 2d,
June i, a dangbier.
8TKWABT To Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Stewart.
164 to Orand ave., July 14. daughter.
SAN FORD To Mr. end Mra, Gerald Sa&ford,
3 is are. ana esut at., aiy 1. a aea,
LOWN Te Mr. an(lMr. N. S. -
ftth, July 13, a daughter
AtXJf.S To lit, and lies. 8V"i, AHen. SiJ -
lilt, July 9, e eon. - "
FRANK To Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fraua. 1ST I
K. AKlef. Julv 9. a dsntUUr, ,
GRAIL Te Mr. and Mr, if. 3rail ir:
KUckitet. July 10, a . .
DU KSON To Mr. and "Mr. f. 'K.., IHckson, i.-
dedendenee. Or., July 1, a on, -WOUOAHl
To r. gad Mm. II. C Wowlar l,
S K. Osk. July 0, a dsiglir.
QL- T. Mr, end Mr. K, Ulasa. 609 Brook
lyn. July ll, a daughter.
ABAS I'M A--To Mr. and If ra.- R. Asaauma,
StH N. Od, July 9, a son.
FCMAN To Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Fuman, S3
i'lay. July 18, a eon.
REKVKS To Mr. and Jfrs. rariil Reeves, 634
Jv. 8te, July 14. a son.
' HEATHS AS!) HSKfflU ?
ANDKKASKKN July li. si Uie family r.-7-
denee. SUS Going st., tlimon Andraaswn. a"
61 yeara, beloved buband of Josephine AlitlrBa- .
en fetber of Mr. Edith Oilman. Harry m, 1
Ncrtnan Andreaseenj, brother oi Andrew Au
raaassn.. 4Hiarhiston, Wash. Joseph Andtva--.., s
anu Mrs. Hannah Mowry, botb of Brush I'rairif.
Kah.; Mrs. Ida Latlimp, residing in the sute
of Ida bo. Funerel service UI be uoirfwi!
Friday, Jnly 18, 1 p. m., at Pearson a iimler
taking parlnrs. Kuaaell el. at Union ave.. Fri mi
Incited. Interment family plut, Rtne City i ais
lll'1'lu.At bar residence, ltftltt Klereii'h
street north. July Id, Mary J. luf. ael IV
yeerst wife of Miles. 1. lhff and nattier uf 1 ' -lei
8., Ambrose and Monica, Ihiff and Mrs. Joln
Mc Adams. Funeral will he held from the isle
reshtenee Frfatay, July . 1 8, at M:30 a. m .
thence to Holy Redeemer- church, rortlantl
boulevard and Vam-omer ae. at a. in.,
where requiem maa will be offered, fe'rteads in
vited. Interment at Mount Calvary cemetery.
MeKnto. ek Bileee directors.
VOOl.tti tliie eity, July !. CuTrk V. Wo-.J.
aged 68 years, -late of Vancouver, Va.--h. ;
beloved husband of Mra. Carrie A, Wood ant
rather of Rosa H., Lrah Jl. Wood, Mrs. UrHe
Turner and Un. Hulh 8cl)latUr. runeral ser
vices will be held from A. K. Keller eomimny's
parlors tomorrow (Friday), July IS, at 3 p. in.
Friend invited. '- Interment gt Lone Fir ornie
tery. --, - r ,; -- -
ait) Hill (4-. In !tlns city, at his 'late revidoaiue, '
Fifth street. July l. Jordan A. Morrin. agwl
88 years, hut-bund of Mrs. Ktlier Morrta, brother
of Frank J, Morris of Klmliumt, Cal., and Ague
it. Daniels of McMinnville. Or. The funeral ser
vice wUl be held Friday at 10:80 a. m.. at
n ii ley's, Montgomery at Fifth, uoder the auniilcee
of the Moose lodg. Friends invited. inter
ment at Yamhill, r. i
WKlLES At the family raeidctjc., OlTTst
John W. Wellea. beloved father of Frank K.
Welle,' farmer taaittant state superintendent f
puhlio construction, and 'Mrs, Helen L. Waxlmm
of Loa Anngeloa, Oal. The remains will be tor
warded today to Hslam, Or. by the A. I). Ken
worthy Co., 0 802-e, 0d st. 8. E.. in LentM.'
where services will be held under the auHpicee
of G. A, R. Interment will be made i Orand
Army cemetery. - . "''
RANLICR In thia oity, July IT. Albert Leu-
-. .S eS A r,t ilium t? 11,1 rt.
of tioble. Or., father of ly Hander. son of Ir.
Katie Render, t)it oity, brotJisr of aire. Annie
Konko, Mrs. llu'de 8imcn, Mrs lna lowIr of
thia elty, UK Kintly Hurke. Mm. Hilda Iturke
of Kalamg, Wtah., gnd Owar Render of Alaska'
The remain are t Fiiiley'f, Munffomery at
Fifth. -- . ; -- ;' ' ,
MII.1.KH In Oil city, at his laU nee. i
Twelfth street, July 17, Benjamin F. Miller,
aged 64 yearn: limband f Mrs. Kniuia I. Miller,
brother of Milton A., Oharle i, William A.
Miller and Mrs. C. f. Montague of tliix city,
and Mrs. Nona Jennings of New Merlin. The re
main are at Finley'a, Montgomery at Fifth,', No
tice of funeral later. ' ,, ,.
DH,IET In thU city. Wednesday, July 10.
Kenneth George DiUey, age 8 year, belovi
son ef Mr. andeAIrs. George DUley of Vo I
Fifty-third avenue aoutljeast. Funeral aervlises
will be held tomorrow (Friday). July 18. at
2.80 p. m. at funeral rmrlora of A. D, Ken
worthy eV Co., 5BU2-04 8Ud at. 8. In Lenta.
Interment in Mount Scott cemetery.
UOTtslMlX IrTthig city, at Ills lai rl'let" e.
116 FMt Rlghty-second atreet north, July 11,
Jdkepb Marion Houiwman, aged 68 years, bun
band ' of Mr. Margaret Houseman, - father of
Jnsrnh V, Houseman of Chicago, HI., and Cary
W. Hooeeman of this elty. . The remains are at
Finley'a. Montgomery at . Fifth. Notioe of
funeral later. ' -a; " ' t 1 - '
MEI.ENDT At Feach Grove, near Oregon
City. Or,, July IS, Margaret Melendy, age 11
yean, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A.
Melendy, sister of Dorothy. Ruth, Robert, Fred
end Rupert Melendy. Funeral notice later. Re
maina are at the residential parlor of Miller
a Treeev' '-
KUTKtt -In thi city, at hU late reeMviice, "I'-'
Fast Slxtiefb atreet-north, July 1. Ruther
ford L. Kilter, aged 41 yearn; lm.nsnd of Hr.
Jnlia KuUr. ; The remains are at Finley a. Mont
gomery atFifth. Notice of funeral IstJtr.
HARRIS -The funeral aervleea of 'tit, late A'.l.ait
Harris "will be held today Tlmrd, July
17), at 4 p. m, at the eliapel of Miller Ac
Tracer. Interment Multnomah I'srk cemetery.
MITCnKffTn' tliui"cUy,"July"l. jiilluTMihaC
age 86. Funeral services wUl be bald Friday.
July IS, at 10 a. m.. at the chapel of MiUer
es Tracey. Interment tRos. tyity cemeterr.
SANDERSO"N Da virf C. Banderson, Yire.on,
hotel. July 10, 62 yeri mitral insuffiolewty,
SUTTLKFnuiee fluttl. Good Bsmarltan hu-
plUI, July 16, 62 years; embolism.
SCHMIDT John Schmidt, I'acifio hotel, July
14, 64 yesrs; dilation of heart,
HtJGHF.fl Ethel Ornnt Hughes, cor, Tmbarrt
end Greeley JulT 15. 21 year fracture of
UA aalS Myrtle ITarrU, 417, Bristol, July 14,
SO yrsnM gunshot wound. ; ' .
SCHtlK'FTE - William , SehneUe, Alnsworth
building, July 14, 83 years; crushing injurl.
O'lMJNSBLL Martin James OTiomiell, 871'k
W. Htbr-Jnla. M, -Ss yean; tubereujoei.
WLISOX-r-Chrlee. 1 WH", W4 llalgtit.
July 14, 64 rears 1 endocarditis. '
Mcl)N'AL,D Ahsgander- McLhnld, 480 0U,
July 10, 77 year, valvular heart di-ase.
jAt'KiSON Helen Jackson, 621 4Lh, July
16,. i year,, ekrranmna. ' ' .,
FRAZfKll Kmma R. Fraaler, ISO E. 680i,
July 14. 6 years, L ca,m(noei.
WIUJAMt Wlnefred M. WUIiama. Berkely
er-.' Jwby 1. H er, swat. g"trtls.
Mc;iJS Lydi K AJcCune, Good h.tasriUn
'hoapttst, Joly 18, 46 years, bemorrha.e.
KEUNAN-p-TliomM , I ; Keman, uS't M. Wll-
' hvmette, July 14. 2 yearn, bronuho iii"'imott!a,
O'liALI KRY William O Mallery, PL Vincent
. ' liwiital, Jnly ,18. 87 years, jareoiua. s
VaN pr.HUr.H Fan"le Van Lvrmrr, 711 Vsn-
ciermtllt. uiy 1, O J jmm. -mreinom,.
CONHKH8 J, Cennerk, 90S" Couch. Jutr 1.
78 ' years, grtnrw sclerosis. , , ,
BLFlT--Tbomaa W, Bleu. 14 B. 60Ui, July 10.
.r J. aVsagt .-sv6 aei tvmov-er1a ra.
JTTAT-aJeaevtove'F. Hyatt, Oood ftamarltaa
' noepnari jmy- ia, w years, rracuim m sui .
MfiUy-H. Moll, .Good riamariUll hospital,
m mtm 4al -
WTSKOurV-UsM . Wvaaoop, 170 Cbapmao,
July 18, 89 years, neri.
PERHONH Willi, m Vrnrm. od SamariUn
luwoltsl. JuIt 11, 6 yearn, Siabetio onma.
PAkhlKK IeHov , W. rarker. 4W Kirby. July
, II, 77 year, obstruction of b"'l. .
ErLET'. R. Kpley, 618 L. 4W, July 12, 6
mowtna, pyem nepnnus.
itiM 'itBOS.,' fioriu7'l.'urrl,fi at. bet, 4
ad Stb. Fhone Main A-1606. Fine, flow
era and floral deigta. No branch store. ,
XlMK-r. MARKET ilJMi8f, 6th and lim"
hiU rts. Cut 'lowers, plants end de.tna.
wood GreMheese 646 Nclialem s.s. Sell. lft .
WAKT1N A FOHBK8 CO., fHriU, 84 Wi,
lagtea Mala Sot. A-I390. Flower log
afl oeeaskme arttrtlcally arranged.
, - , SWISS FLORA!. COMPANY ,
''' FI.WKrH Alp PfjtNTS
IJiLASK k lore I desiana, dworaUuna, Opposite
po-faifficej. ' Phone Main 6646 '
f'OKTLAMiS iloral and Bird eil'op. i"'s .
arnl decorstione. Main 4876. Mnrrto,
FLOPLFS F!J)BAL SHOP, 24 S Aider. I
s,ne anl oortion. rtion msimii
F. S. Dunning, Inc.
TUB COIrF.Jf BULK ONOEBTAatrn)
414 K. Alder t, - phone g-t BJ. rt ag.
Dunning z McEntes t
Itrosdway and Ankeny Kt, Ladv AaUUo6
Phones Brosdws 460. A-4SBg,
A. D. Kenworthy, Cz Co.-
6p2-6604 62D ST, 8 V... I.KNTS
plwrne Tsbov 6267.' ' - - Home I'h-ne fi at.
Fat 781 O f fuwrht Un- Lm
B-1888 a"-Sre a.t-lTfc.ia Aselttart
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