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I - TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920;
THE -. OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON.
FALL FAR BELOW
THOSE OF OCTOBER
Foreign export values for the
month of November totaled 12.223.
625. Wheat shipments amounted to
668,84 bushels, valued at 81,625,
000. . Flour, fell down to 34,213 bar
rels, value at $200,280. Lumber
shipment was slow and 11,562,121
leet constituted the month's exports.
This wr.s valued at $398,845. Gen
eral cargo to the Orient amounted
to only $222,836.
( October exports amounted to $7,826.
157. or more than t'nree and one half
times the volume of business handled
during November, on closing day. This
in largely due to Hie fact that charter
rates r vj in the air and that ex
r porters are holding of if until the decision
of the' Pacific coast conference, now in
aesnlon at Seattle.
While the conference decision will
have no bearing on the rate to contl
ntntal ports or the United Kingdom, it
la possible the shipping board will be
governed by the action of that commer
Eleven vessels sailed from Portland
during the month of November, Of this
fleet 10 were steamers and one sail.
South America called for three ; United
Kingdom, three; Orient, three; Aus
tralia, one; Antwerp, one.
PORT ORDERS TEST CASE
; INVOLVING BONUS CLAIMS
. Gus Moser. attorney for the commis
sion of the Port of Portland, was au
thorised at the meeting Monday 4.0 ar
range a test case in the matter of claims
for the bonuses alleged to be due ship
ping firms operating in and out of Port
land. The right of the. port board to
grant bonuses will be settled in the
courts and future difficulties averted.
: The contract executed by the dock
commission for the Joint operation of
the new drydock was ' approved and
signed. The contract stands for 10
years. - y " . -
IX5WER RATES PREDICTED
FROM PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC
Los Angeles, Nov. 30. Following the
action' of several steamship companies
In preparing reduced water rates on
various commodities, local traffic man
euvers today were predicting a some
what general reduction in steamship
rates from the Pacific to the Atlantic
" " North Pacific Coast Una
(Joint service of Holland America Line and
Royal Mall Packet Co.)
Vancouver, B. . C, Pugat Sound,
.Portland, San Francisco and
' Los Angeles Harbor, v
. -r-and ...
Rotterdam, Antwerp, London, Liv
erpool, Hamburg, Havre.
" Ballings will take place as follows: t
S .8. MOF.llDYK" (12.000 tone d, w.)
loading November 28 to December S
And regularly thereafter.
8 teamen are specially fitted with large cool
room andwefrigeratnn lor the transportation
f fresh fruit, fih, ate.
for Freight Bates and Particular Apply to
E03 Wllcoa Building. Phone Main 4BSB.
ASTORIA AND WAV POINT.
STH. GEORGIAN A
Round Trip Dally (Except frldsy)
Leaves Portland T:10 a. m.. Alder at. Deck
- LEA VCS ASTORIA 2:00 P. St.
1 FLAVEL DOCK -
PARI 92.00 EAOH WAV
Direct Connection foe South Beaches. Niaht
Boat Dally. S p. m. Every Day Except Sunday
Main 1422. S41 -22
NEW XtALAND AND SOUTH SEAS
.Via Tahlto and Raratonga. Mail and fauangee
Service from San Pranctseo every tS Days.
UNION . 6. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND.
X30 California St., tan Francisco.
Or Local Steamship and Railroad Agencies.
DEPENDABLE FREIGHT ATTD PASSENGER SERVICE
f.i j: 1- -
Beralar Freight asd Faisearer Service to COOS BAT, EUREKA aad SA3T
- SAILING FROM PORTLAND. 9 F. At.
SS. "CURACAO," December 7, December 19
Connecting at Han Francisco with Steamers for La Angreles and San lMe?o.
Regular Freight arte) Passenger Service) to MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERIOA and ALASKA.
To All Oriental Porta.
U. 3- Shipping: Board A-l Steel
RAILING FROM PORTLAND
S. 8. ABEBCOS Dee. 19
H. ti. PAW LET Jan. 1
8. S. COAXET ...Faa; 11
FOR F.UUTHEU INFORMATION APPLY TO
101 THIRD STREET
International Mercantile Marine Co.
S Ideal Wihter Cbuises
West Indies Windward Islands
Panama Canal South America
LAKQX8T ITTAMtatA TO THE TROPICS
White Star Vina . . . 18. Merantl,
Amerieaa Una a . J Haw tar
Anaricao Xdaa a i , I.I.M.fsl
Baverford .........Dec SUaa. U Teb. Si
RED STAR LINE
New York SoutKampton Cher."
.Nav.JT Jaa. l'Feb. S
.Dee. 4 Jan. 8 Feb. 12
..Dec IllJaa. U Feb.12
.Dec. lSIJaa. SfiFeb. is
rar ressrvaimnn ana iicsm apply to Mr.al agenla af Cemnany errice. C P EARGcMT
818 Second Are., Baleen v Floor,. Aeatlla. Wash. Phono 113.' ""wt,,,
coast Some of the managers were In-1
clined to believe this action will bring j
a rate war witb the transcontinental
railroads. . " " - - .
The Isthmian Steamship company has
announced reductions of ' rates from
Loa Angeles to New York ranging from
15 to 30 cents J a hundred pounds on
various commodities. Similar steps are
said to be contemplated by the North
Atlantic & Western Steamship com
pany, the Hawaiian-Americam line and
the Luckenbach Steamship' company, op
erating between, the Pacific and At
lantic seaboards, v.
PACIFIC COAST ASKED FORT
EXPRESSIONS OS JONES BILJj
Commercial organisations and ship
ping Interests of the Pacific coast ports
have been invited to outline their posi
tion In regard to section No. 28 of the
Jones merchant marine bill, either
through personal representation or sub
mission of written statements at a meet
ing of the shipping board in Washing
ton, D. C December 8.
Notice of the meeting has been sent
to the Portland Chamber of Commerce
by H. H. Ebey, director of "shipping
board operations on the Pacific coast.
The call for opinions has been sent out
by R. A. Dean, special assistant to the
- Section No. "8 has to do with estab
lishment of rail rcate differentials in
favor of freight going to American bot
toms. Shipping Interests are divided
upon the subject. A meeting of the ship
ping committee of the chamber, Peter
Kerr, chairman, has been called for
Thursday, whin the Portland chamber
will outline its position in regard to this
section of the merchant marine bill.
STANDIFER PLANT BEIN9
SUED FOR SI 8,000 DAMAGES
Trial of a suit to collect about $18,000
from the G. M. Standifer Shipbuilding
corporation was started before Federal
Judge Bean this morning by attorneys
for the North Portland Box company.
The box company, .alleges that the ship
building corporation allowed the steamer
Ecola to be launched without providing
proper means to-handle her. As a result
the ship is said to have damaged several
log rafts to the extent of $18,000. Many
logs are said to have escaped from the
Seeks $2990 Damages
Henry Ross, who was a longshoreman,
has filed suit against the Pacific Steam
ship company for $290 damages for in
juries which he flays he received June 11
when he was struck by a sling of mer
chandise being loaded into a vessel. He
says his injuries are permanent.
i " Charters Announced
Three new charters are announced to
day. They are:
Haxtum, American steamer, 3747 tons,
Columbia river to west coast of Italy,
$18 ; wheat, December. t
Quillwark, American steamer. 4445
tons, Columbia river to United Kingdom
or continent : $18 ; wheat ; by Kerr, Gif
ford & Co., December.
The Norwegian steamer Hermlon.
2728 tons, Columbia river to the United
Kingdom, by Kerr, Gilford, Co.
Positions of Vessels
Radio reports from North Head give
the-positions of the following vessels at
8-ps-m. November 29:
Col. -VI L. Drake. Port Allen for Rich
mond, 540 miles from Port Allen.
El Segundo, Portland for Richmond,
426 miles from Richmond. .
Capt. A. F. Lucas, Kan Pedro for Port
land, 41 miles from Columbia river light
ship. Humboldt, San Pedro for San Fran
cleco, 100 miles south San Francisco.
Johanna Smith, Coos Bay for San
Francisco, barbound at Coos Bay.
Ernest H. Meyer. Grays Harbor for
San Pedro, barbound inside Grays Har
bor. , Avalon. Rravi Harbor for San Fran
cisco', barbound at Grays Harbor.
i west isorranus. wan iranosco tor sse
attle, 25S miles from San Francisco.
ALL ALOXG THE WATERFRONT
London advices report the arrival of
the steamship Western Cross from
Portland with grain and general cargo.
-The oil tankers A. F. Lucas and
Washtenaw arrived up this morning
and are discharging at Wlllbridge.
The steamship West Keats, from
Portland, with general cargo for the
Orient, is reported as arriving out at
The coasting steamers Klamath and
Daisy Mathews are north-bound from
San Francisco for the Columbia river.
Kotlc to Mariners
The following affect the aid to navigation
In the Seventeenth Light-home district:
Oregon and Washington Columbia river ap
proach. Mam ehannel gas and whittling buoy.
No. 2, reported missing November 27, will be
replrcrd a soon a practicable.
Washington Si'acoa.'-t. Umatilla Reef Light
vessel, off stitirn November 26, will be replaced
gs soon an powible.
By order of the bureau of lighthouses.
' ROBERT WA BRACK.
Superintendent of Lighthouses.
Canada's sole woman customs officer,
Mrs. J. B. White, is said to be one of the
most efficient officers in the service.
Boston and Philadelphia.
Naw sco L.ine 8800-Ton Steal Ameri
SAILINGS FROM PORTLAND J
. 8. WEST TOGUS .Not. 88
81. C. BRUSH ,. ...Dec 18
8. S. SPRINGFIELD ........Dec. SI
PHONE MAIN 8281
WHITE STAR LINE
New York Cherbourg Southampw
Olympic . ; ; .Nor.f 7!I)ee. 2 Jan. te
Adriatic - Dec. liFeb. ,Mar. 8
New York LiTerpool
................... IDecSlUan. a
...Dec. lWao. liFeb.!S
N. Y. Gibraltar Naples Gono.
Caaoplc ...Dec.SSiFeb. !S
Cretic ........Jaa. eiFb.ts
. WHITE STAR-DOMINION
Portland, Me. Halifax Liverpool
, Froai PortlaadiHallfar I
lanaoB. ....Dec 4 1 Dec 8
Canada .....4 ...Jaa.esut .ss
News of the ' Port
Afrits! Hwsmber i0 '
A. F. Lucas, Americas steamer.
tin PwIrA Ml
Wt'hUiiiw, Amerieaa ateamer, from Port gu
Lois, oU. . . . . ',
Juneau, Americas teamer, from Nanaimo.
ballot. . ,
Silverado, Amerieaa ateamer. from Wast
Departure! M eraser SO
F. H. Buck. Amerieaa ateamer, for Saa Frea-
euco, ballast. .
Weather at Hlar' Movth
North Head, No. 80. Condition at the
mouth of the river at soon. ee. smooth; wind,
east 20 miles; weather, cloudy; humidity, 64.
Tide at Astoria Wednesday
High water: Low water:
5:1 a. m., 8.4 feet I 11:20 a. m., 3.1 fret.
4:41 p. m.. 8.2 feet. 11:5? p. m.. 0.7 feet.
DAILY RIVER HEADINGS
8 A. M., Pacific Time
i mui; . . ,
Albany . . . ,
St'.era . . . .
Portland . .
Z. 810. Oil
The Willamette rier at Portland will fill
during the next two or thro days.
AT NEIGHBORING PORTS
Astoria, Xof. 80. Arrived at 7 and left up
it It a. m. Steamer Captain A. F. I.ucas from
Ran Pedro. Arrived at 11 and left up at
I 1 1 :50 a. m. Steamer Washtenaw, from Port
Ban Luis. Sailed at 9:43 a. m Lighthouse
tender Hose for sea.
London, Not. 2T. Arrived Steamer West
ern Cross from Portland.
Hongkong, Nor. ST. Sailed Steamer Coaxet
Tsingtau, Not. 27. Arrived Steamer West
Keats from Portland
Astoria. Nor. 20. Arrived at 2:45 and left
up at 8:4 0 p. m. Destroyer McCawley from
Han Uiego. Arrived at a and left up at 4;10
p. m. Steamer Elkhorn from San Francisco.
San Francisco, Nov. 20. Sailed at 10:30
p. m. Steamer Dairy Mathews for Columbia
h,iii .t-it n . st..m.r Klamath i
for Portland. Arrived Steamer West Camargo
from Honolulu for Portland. !
Tatoasb, Nov. 29. Passed oot at 5 d m.
Steamer Juneau from Nanaimo for Portland.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 39. I. . Ns.te&'j Ar
rived: Kedondo, from Southeastern Alaska, 6.30
a. m.; Queen, (jom San Diego, vjaT Han Kran
ciaro, 4:15 a. m.; 8kaway, front San Pedro
and San Francisco. 10:43 a. m. Sailed Ad
miral Evans, for San Diego, via San -Francisco.
at noon. Sailed, 29 M. 6. Charlie Watson,
for Richmond. 5 p. m. ; llgtithouse tender Min
is nits, for sea duty, 2:15 p. m,
Juneau. Nov. 20. (I. N. S.) Sailed
Jefferson, southbound. 4 p. m.
Ketchikan, Nov, 28. Sailed Spokane,
Balboa, Nov. 28. Sailed Bessie Dollar, for
Singapore, via Vancouver.
Shanghai, Nov. 27. Arrived City of Spo
kane, from Seattle
Hongkong, Nov. 27. Arrived Methben,
Yokohama, Nor. 29. Sailed Hawaii Mam,
for Seattle, via Victoria.
San Diego, Nov. 29. Arrived ' Admiral
Schley, -from Seattle, and proceeded northbound.
San Pedro, Nov. 29. Arrived M. 8. Bal
eatta, from SeatUe, via San Francisco.
Point Rayes. Nov. 29. Passed Atlas, from
Seattle, for Ban Pedro.
Victoria, Nov. 29. Sailed Monteagle, for
Hongkong, 1 1 p. m.
Nanaimo, Nov. 29. Sailed Junean, pr
west coast, via Portland.
Genoa Bay. B. C Nov. 29. Arrived
Canadian Winter, from Victoria. . . '
Vancouver, Nov. 30. -Arrived Empress cf
Japan, from Hongkong.
Port Gamble. Nov. 29. Arrived Tnsemite,
from Hen Pedro. .
Port Townsend, Nov. SO. Passed In P. s.
Loop, for Seattle, 9:40 a. m.
Bellinghsm. Nov. 29. ArrivedWest Jester,
Everett, Ncv. 30. Arrived Mukilteo, from
San Francisco, Nov. 80. (I. N. S.) Ar
rived Hornet, Grays Harbor, 12:38 a. m. ;
Humboldt, lxtt Angeles, 4:23 a- m. : Cleone,
Bowen's Landing, 5:35 a. m. ; barge . SI.
Phelps, Port San Lais, in tow Sea Eagle. 7:05
a. m. ; Coquille Borer, Los Angeles, 9 a. m. ;
French steamer Jim Butler, Guaymas. 9:40 a.
m. : South Coast. Crescent City, 10:05 a. m.
Sailed French bark Rene Kerviler, Grimsby.
8:05 a. m.
San Francisco. Nov. 30. (L N. S.) Ar
rived, 29th Vanguard, Eureka, 12:25 p. m. ;
tug No. 24 and barge. San Diegor l:25 p. m. ;
Cuyama. San Diego. 1:25 p. m.; Washington,
Los Angeles, 1:40 p. m. ; Fearless and Fullerton,
Port .San Luis, 8pm.; Dilworth, Point Wells,
S:3irtn.- m. : Governor. Victoria. 8:05 n. m.
Sailed, 29th Phoenix, Greenwood, 8:80 p. m-;
Elizabeth, Handon, 4:40 p. ra. ; Admiral Smiley,
Los Angela, 4:45 p. m. ; Arctic. Fort Bragg,
5:15 p. ra.; Westport. Crescent City, 5:45 p.
m. ; Vestal. Los Angeles. 4 :55 p. m. ; Charles
i 'hristeniwn, WilLapa Harbor. 6:15 p. n.;
Margaret, Monterey, 7:20 p. m. ; KlamaUl,
Portland, 11:15 p. m. ; Daisy Matthews. Co
lumbia river, 10:35 p. m. ; Prentiss, Albion,
11:05 p. m.
Motion Is Made to
Set Aside Verdict
In War Stamp Case
A motion to set aside 'the verdict of
Silty returned against Fred Peterson,
alias Swede Whitey, In the recent War
Savings Stamp conspiracy trial in the
federal court, was filed Monday by Paul
M. Long. The petition asks for a new
trial on the ground of insufficient evi
dence) to warrant conviction, that the
verdict of the jury -was contrary to the
law and that errors in law occurred dur
ing the trial.
This la, the first action taken to retry
any of the cases. Angello Rossi was also
convicted. The Jury disagreed as to
Robert La Salle, former police inspector ;
William Brenner and W. E. Smith.
INDOOR SPORTS "gZT" auum By Tad
indoor, spoarr '
Scotch Program to
Be Given Tonight
Celebrating St.. Andrews day. the St
Andrews Society of Oregon will have a
Scotch program of music and speaking
at the Portland hotel tonight at 6:30.
A feature of the program will be bag
pipe selections by Pipe Major J. H.
McDonald. The committee in charge
consists of R. F. Hynd, K. K. Baxter,
A. O. Brown; H. L Cameron, James
Cormack. A. Fulton and, A. T. Smith.
A. G. Findlay will act as tdatmaster.
The Right Rev. Ernest Vincent Shat
ter, bishop of Nebraska, will deliver
an address on rne scot at tiome ana
as abound Abroad." .
Pay for Work Sought
Oregon City, Nov. 30. A. J. Taylor
filed suit Monday against Ben LiUis to
collect $478. claimed due him. for con
struction work done on property of
A Woman A Woman
with ability to manage and with capital
enough to purchase a large tea-room
fully furnished house in a quiet spot in
ASTORIA for a MATERNITY; HOME.
Thirty-five hundred dollars, half the
purchase price, secures the property,' the
balance of $3500 can remain on interest.
It is worth ten thousand. The lot. is
Beventy-five by one hundred and fifty
feet , and is improved and has lawn and
shade trees, shrubs and flowers, with
kitchen garden and chicken space and a
small house suitable for caretaker.
The project Is Indorsed by doctors and
nurses here,! as a very great necessity
ana a iinanciauy prouiaoie enterprise.
See Or write or telephone
SO Commercial St-,
Telephone (office) 1357.
Telephone (residence) 1383-R.
HOUSES and GARAGES
Made of standardized built. 4-foot sections.
Beady and easy to erect.
Snipped anywhere. Get catalogue.
REDIMADE BUILDING. CO.
E. 11th and Market, or S03 Lewis Bldg.
Phones East 6114 or Broadway 433S
Ladlaa Save your old carpets, rugs and tsoc.
en clothing. Let us make new ruga for you.
188 E. StA st. Prion East S5SU
WE CALL AND DELIVER
The oldest and oest equipped factory In
uw Northwest. Fluff and rag ruga woven
All sizes. Carpets cleaned, etc
FOR MAIL ORDERS8ENOFOR BOOKLET
Portland Rug Co.
. CXBEB SEW MANAGEMENT
Wo Have Cut Our Prices
for a Limited Time
0XE 8ilJ FT. FLUFF (on f-rt
. EUO WaWeSi eOU
ON P. 8x18 FT. FLUFF T 1 7 Cf
STJO 91 i sdL
AU Otoer Work at t0 Diirounti
Flvff Ro;i Made From nd CarpeU
It AG RrOS A SPEC1ALTT.
GIVE 179 A TBI AI
We Call and Deliver
1672-1874 E. 17TH ST. SELL. S8!S
Oregon Fluff Rug Co.
Formerly Nlcntavllla Rug Co.
Fluff Rugs Made Prom Old CarpeU
Rag Rugs Woven All Size
Carpet Cleaning, sizing. Fref luting
We Cell end Deliver
182-1984 E. Stark 8t. Tabor 7814
- - ---- nl
END US : VOVR OLD CARPETS
(We Call and Deliver)
Old. Rug and Wool in Cloth! no We
Make Reversible, Hand-Woven
S10 ft. Pluff Rut ........f170
s ft. Fluff Rug. . 4.25
Raa Ros Woven. All Bless Ctothea
- Cleaning and Drama Dae. Mall
Orwara, tend far Booklet Mattresses
Renovated, Made Ore, Made to Order
Carpet C loaning, RwtrtUne, Eta.
tilt Ruts Steamed Cleaned. S1.B0
WESTERN PLUFP RUO CO.
B4-60 Union Ave. N. East S51
AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS
DECEMBER 10, 1920
AT IB 8EC05D BTBEET
All storaee aoconnta 4 months cast
due. Uoods subject to sale on this date.
C. O. PICK TBAH8FEB STORAGE
ArcrrioTr rales tomobrvT
AT WILSONS AUCTION HOUSE. ltit-WS
SD ST. SALE AT 1 A il.
REGULAR meeting ef Villa
lodge No. 124, I. O. O. F.,
Wednesday evening. Dee. 1.
at 8 o'clock, K. 80th and Glisan sts. Initiatory
deareea will be conferred oa SO candidate.
Haasalo band will be in attendance and assist
us with a musical program. AU members re
quested to be present. Visiting brothers very
". A. STEPHENSON. N. G.
C. P. NELSON. Sec y.
PORTLAND LODGE NO. 291.
Loyal Order of Moose, meets
every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at the new Moose tem
ple. 4th at Taylor sts. (Ini
tiation every first and third
Wednesday of the month.) All
Moose are requested to attend.
Visiting Moose welcome. liy
order of the dictator.
J. F. KENNEDY, Secretary.
ALj KADER SHRINE BAND
annual formal dance, Chris
tenon's hall. Friday, Decem
ber S. TickeU, $2.20, at Brady
& Oliver's cigar stand. Veon
Mdg.; Uemick's Song shop and
Sandy's. AU Masons welcome.
COSMOPOLITAN LODGE NO.
109, Knights of Pythias, meets
every Wednesday evening, 3d
floor, Pythian bldg.. No. Ss
Yamhill st. Visitors always
PILED O. KESTEH,
K. of U. and 8.
846 Ea-t Alder.
CAMP meets every Wed
nesday evenmg in W. O.
W. Temple, 125 1 1th St.
All 1 members requested to
attend Visitors welcome.
K. R 8CHADE, C C.
HERMAN 8CHADE. Clerk.
MARTHA WASHINGTON social
club will hold a bazaar at Wash
ington Masonic hall. East 8th
and Burnside. Thursday, Dec. 2
afternoon and evening. Cafeteria
lunch served at 6 o clock. All O.
E. S. members and friends invited.
Ill-11 1 asi. now tvv. a. rui w
of America, eneets every Tues
day night at Foresters' ball. 129
4th st. Initiation first meeting,
card party and dance fourth meet
mi each month. AU Foresters in
vited. ALBERT A LODGE NO. IK, A.
tr. A. U A. M. suted com
munication Wednesday evening. De
cember 1. at 7:3U o clock. r.lec'
tior and installation of officers.
Visitors invited. Order W. M.
- FREDV;NIClHliI.S,Sec y.
MT. TABOR LODGE NO. 427 A
F. AND A. M.. Special com
munications, Wednesday, 4 p. m
E. A. degree: 5 u. m.. F. C de-
degree; ,7 P- m., M. M. degree.
I'rtbisn 'temple. 888 Tamhill at
Visiting brethren welcome.
. L. V. JENKINS. W. M. .
WAVEIU.T WDGERI)., A. F.
AND A. M. Special commnni
cation this (Tuesday) evening. No.
vember 30, at 7 :30 a'nlock. Work
in M. M. degree. Visitors wel
come. By order W. M.
H. E. VKRRINDER.
ALBERT priCE Lodge No. 162, A.
F. A A. M. Special communica
tion Wednesday. December 1, after
noon at 2 o'clock, and evening. M.
M. degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. G. W. COOK. Secy.
KENTON LODGE NO. 145, A. F.
AND A. M. Special commnni
eation Tuesday, November SO.
Work in E. A. degree, commencing
at 7 p. ra. Visitors welcome. By
order of W. -M.
HAWTHORNE LODGE NO. 111.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) at 4:30
p. tn. Work in the M. M. decree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
J C. E. MILLER, Sec'y.
THE BROTHERHOOD OF RATI.WAY CLERKS
announce a dancing party at Cotillion hall,
14th st., near Washington, Tuesday evening,
November 80, 1920, given under the .auspices
of all lodges, Portland and vicinity. Public in
PALESTINE LODGE NO. 141. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated commu
nication Wednesday. Dec. 1, 7:30.
Visiting brethren welcome. Archer
Place station, Mt Scott car.
W. 8. TOWNSEND, Sec
OREGON ASSEMBLY- No. 1, Uhited Artisans
Masquerade ball, W. O. W. hall. 128 Eleventh
street. December 2. Union mu"ic Admission.
35 centi. Everybody come. A good time in
sured. Good pnaes.
DAUGHTERS OF THE VETERANS, Betsy Roas
camp No. 1. will give a silver tea at airs.
Anthony's. 1117 Concord st, Wednesday after-
EMBLEM JEWELRY a specially, bntu.ru. plsa.
charms. Jaeger Bros.. 131-133 6th st
f CAM? i
Anton K. V re toe. 8S. 1071 Grand ate. N.,
and Ivy U Pritchard. 21, 1071 Grand are.
foraan A Miller, 44, KinciHlg. aioni.. aura
Nellie C. William. 40, Perkins hotel.
Thor Fnotart le-a). . ritv and Elsie Fatland.
legal. -848 E. 71st st
Waldo Rothenberg 24, city, sad Esther Arm-
Btrona-. lit ..itv -
Sydney Ihiblins, SO. 548 E.' 14th L. and
aiae v. ueueute, IV, 848 K. 14th st. r
Charles P. Bamett, 46. Klamath FaU. Oc.
tad Jessie McLeod, 22, Multnomah hotel.
Charles Deaae, legal. Hotel Ileyt, and Emma
Pupke, legal. 121) Cleveland are.
cagena same, legal. Corrauw, vir. , aaa
Mary Hobson. legal, city.
Victor Lang, legal, 887 H E. Burnside, and
Chrysia Wagner, legal, 887 E. Burnside. 1
Samuel T. Cribb. 29, city, and Thelma
Ford, 21, 1811 Belmont
James G. Markoff, 25. Bristol hotel, and
Myirtha C. Han gland, 18. S9 Vaughn at. -
John Karhtigale. 27. Dallas, Or., and Frieda
Damachofsky. 24. city.
Melvin F. J. O'Sbea. 25, 112 N. 18th st,
and Ruth M. Morton. 22, 203 T E. Morrison.
Frank Coaxetti. 45. city, and Coataaxa No
tananoa. 20. city.
Vm H. Anderson, 34, Chahalis, Wash.,
and Ada E. McCune. 25, city.
James Chapman. 27. Leeds apta., and Mar
garet Miller. 23. citr.
Jamea T. Hamilton, legal, city, and Ella
Hastings, legsi. ibs xvenaiem sr.
Lloyd C. Russell, legal, city, and Alice D.
Chrlstensott. legal. 237 14th st.
. ' : BI RTHS
CAMPAIiNA To Mr. and Mrs. T. Campagna.
188 Sherman. Nov. 14, a daughter.
STRANGE To Mr. and Mrs. M. Strange, 881
Washington, Nov. 18, a son.
LING To Mr. and Mrs. M. Ling. 81 2d. Nov.
27. a daiaihter. "
LAUDERBAVH To Mr. and Mrs. C. Lauder-
baeh. 244 24th. Nov. 20. a daughter.
TOSS To" Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Voss. 8544 81st.
Nov. 23, a daughter.
MORLAND To Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morland,
889 Colonial. Nov. 20. a daughter.
VEATCH To Mr. and Mrs. E. Veateh. Kelso,
Wash.. Nov. 24. a dauehter.
HEAD To Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Head, 800 Jer-
ferson, Nov. 2S, a son.
NORD To Mr. and Mr A. R. Nord. 860 E.
Both. Nov. 23, a son.
L1ND To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Und. 87 W. Hum
boldt, Nov. 19, a son.
BLOCK To Mr. and Mrs. J. Block. 1251 E.
11th, Nov. 20, a son.
WILLIAMS To Mr. and Mr. H. L. Williams.
315 N. 22d. Nov. 22, a son.
RCHNDORF To Mr. and Mra. A. W. Rahn
dorf. 1168 Morse, Nov. 25, a daughter.
DEIZ To Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Deis, -486 Mar
guerite. Nov. 16. a eon. i "
CHASE To Mr. and Mra. C. W. Chase, 855
Knott. Nov. 19. a son.
COCHRAN To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cochran,
1288 E. Oth. Nov. 17. a son.
LITTLETON To Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. 3. TJtUe-
ton, 22 W. Holman, Nov. 28, a daughter.
BRODERICK To Mr. and Mr. F. D. Broder-
ick. 298 E. 5 2d, Nov. 20. a son.
HEIDINGER To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Heidinger.
Dundee. Or.. Nov. 19, a daughter.
N1SSEN To Mr. and Mra. J. H. Nissea, Eagle
I'Uff, Wash., Nov. ,21, a daughter. ,
DEATHS AND FTTSKRALS
SHINNER8 The funeral cortege of Kathleen
.; Charnig Shinners will leave Flnley's, Mont
gomery at Fifth, Wednesday, December 1,. at
8:30 o'clock a. m., and proceed to, fit Mary's
cathedral. Fifteenth and Davis streets, where
requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9
o'clock a. m. Friends invited. Concluding
services Mt. Calvary cemetery.
KISSL IrT"this cityTNov. 29. Kalhrine Nissl,
aged 51 yarv beloved mother of Koleman,
Louie and Karl Nisei of this city; sister of Mrs.
Joe Grawea and Miss Lowxe Engleman of this
city. The funeral service will be conducted
tomorrow (Wednesday) at 9 a. m. in St Peters
church, Lents. Friends Invited. Interment Mt
Calvary cemetery. A. 1). Kenworthy A Co.,
CHANCE At the home of her son, Arthur
Chance, Sophia Brey Chance, aged 78 veers,
widow of the late Dr. George II. Chance. Fu
neral services will be held Wednesday, Dec 1,
at 2 p. rn., at Holman's chapel. 3d and Salmon
sts. Services at the grave private. Please omit
flowers. Interment Riverview cemetery.. t
6I.PF.N In thUcit77Nov. 8T"Jicob Olsen,
aged 65 years. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 2 p. m., at the chaperf
or Miller & Tracer. mterment Multnomah
Park cemetry. &
KNOBEL r this city, November 29, -"Elisabeth
Knobel. aged 81 years. The remains are
at Finley's, Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of
MTRLOW Victor A. Marlow. 00th and Wood"
stork, Nov. 26. 85 pears, electric shock.
HAWKINS Mary R. Hawkins, Nortonia hotel,
Nov. 28, 80 years, myocarditis.
HARDY Floyd Hardy, Haynes-Foster Bakery
Co., Nov. 26, 40 years, elevator accident
COSOLA Mary B. Cosola. Good Samaritan boa-
pilal, Nov. 27, 20 years, hemorrhage.
ROHSE Joseph Rohse. 1587 Macadam. Nor.
28. 72 years, leukemia.
LEV E Charles Leve, 295 College. Nov. 28, 65
LI'KE Alvin Luke, Sellwood hospital, Tfov. 28,
years, mitral regurgitation.
MUSCOTT Frank Mnscott. 284 McMillen. No
vember 26, 44 years, tubercular enteritis.
TRACY Coretta Tracy, Multnomah hospital.
kqv. -o, in rears, appendicitis.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Main 9 MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH
EAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS"
F.. Sr DUNNING, INC.
"The Family Beta the Price"
414 E. Alder. - phone East 82.
AU the Conveniences of a Bona
Woodlawn 8806. 248-250 Klllingewortb Ava.
Williams eve. Woodlawn 220.
B-1888 O f B -lU
E. 11th and Hawthorne,
MILLER A TRACEY, Independent fnneral di
rectors. Prices aa tow as 20. 840. .
Washington at Ella. Main 2691. A-7885
DOWNINO A M'NEMAR A bomelike place.
Moderate in prices. Irvington district Phone
R. W. GABLE II CO..
Successors to W. H. Hamilton.
1978 E. Glisan. Phone Tabor 4318.
M'ENTEE A EILERS. funeral parlors with all
the privacy of a home, 16th and Everett sts.
i-nones nrosaway Z193, Home A-2183.
61Lrar,et'Kr,FRTAKlNG rO. llain 4152
3Ir.eWeSA-2321. Comer Third and Clay,
EDW.' H0LMAN &' SON
THIRD ASD SAUIOX RTUEtTS
M4m 507, A-1811
A, D. Kenworthy Co.
. 5802-5804 92D ST. 8. E . LENTS
Phoae Tabor 6287. Home Phone D-81.
Portland Marble Works
288 4th . Op. City Hall. New Bros.
BLACSlMQ GRATUTE Col
A AM. y 53
iuww Accra oucrrao
. aes Moiemaosi
And Floral Designs.
25 Large Hothouses.
No Branch Stores.
20 Tears on MnrrLon
St. bet. 4th and 5th.
Telephone Main 7709.
QEO.-BETZ & SON ?l
FRESH FLOWERS FOR FUNERAIJI
and all occasions, 697 Williams are. Just call
Woodlawn 1512. Joseph Beta, Manager.
Smith's Flower Shop
"Portland's Progrsaiv Florist"
Flowers for All Occasions.
Main 7215. T. C. LUKE. Mgr.. ttih and Aider.
MARTIN 4k FORBES CO., florists. 854 Wash
ington. Main 209. A-1289.. Flowers for all
occasions artistically arranged. "
R N. W. Bank bldg. Maui
S 8118. 881 Morrison st
e S 245 Alder. MarabaU 8822.
THE following articles were found on eara of
the P. R , L A P. Ca: Nor. 273 purses.
8 bags, veil, 1 shoe. 2 pr. gloves. 1 tingle
glove, 7 pkgs., square, 2 lunch boxes, 4 suit-
eases, 8 umbrellas. Nov. -8 8 purses, bill
fold. 2 books, watch, pin, key, .1 pr. glove. 2
single gloves, 2 bags. 1 pr. rubbers, 1 single
rubber, 1 coat, 2 raincoat. 7 pkgs.i 7 um
brellas. Owners may obtain property at 1st and
Alder sts. - . " - -
LOST Watch fob with eroasd bowling pin and
K.11 anMam an.M( r:iarle Park. Cham
pions Season 1916-17 on pins, and F. A.-John-son
on ball. Finder plrae return to 819 Bjard
of Trade bldg., or eall Kat 8348.
LOST Old-style fold watch pin.', ho broke
oil, pet lUiiif lu. samiiui anu rmw"
hsll or the Oriental grill or on Sunnyside line
last Tuesday night. A reward onereu. a eea
sake. Tabor 1021.
LOST New black, smooth leather traveling bag
with red ribbon tied on nanaic, oei. umw
ava. to Union depot via Morrison bridge. Re
ward. Automatic 224-77. - "
IXlST, strayed or stolen, white cat one blue
- eye and one green eye. small black spot on top
of head, little crook in end of tail. Return
to 485 Prescott Udln. S1Z1
LOST Pundsy avenine. between Seventeenth
inH Wa-hinrtfin and East Tenth and Ansenv.
packtaek contafnfni two blankeU.-ntirive and t
sweaters, igniter pnone wewara
LOST Very small Russian skyo terrier, lonf
hair litnrs over- eyes, oar frai. leroaie.
answers to name of "Tootsie." Bevrard. Fliune
clerk at Danruth hotel.
LOST A Japanese crdsa fox fur, between 60th
and Hawtberoe and Harrison, Friday eve-
nine about :BU. Finder please call Tenor oi
Hewsrd. . - , '
WILL Gentl.man who nicked un by auto lady
and a children on Tailor Ferry road return
bae with 'i prs. (Uppers in to H. B. Uooaieuow,
flirts. Wortmsn & Kintf Heward.
LOST Enameled brooch., bsord 8 violets, our
nl and white, with diamond in center of earn.
Iteward. Mrs. Roelnin-. 4S9 Clay, Banner apta.
LOST Sat. eve.. Russian Fitch cane. Will
finder clease leave at 023 rrsemonl ana get
reward r wdin. bioz.
LOST 160 Libert v bond in small leather oase.
Finder please call Tabor 4ov and inquire lor
LOST Monogram watch fob with initials F.
8. B. Name Ip Tun on back. Main T1UW.
LOST Man's brown suede gauntlet. Reward.
llollister, 1108 Wilcox bide Main 104
LOST InHeilia gallery gat afternoon, 2 bills
folded together. .Reward, cast iao.
brown kid glove for right
IXST Bank pook
containing 825; " reward.
Jeweled A. T. O. fraternity nin. pearls
and rubles. Tabor o. wi pq. ,
LOST A lady's open face Walt ham , watch on
pin; monogram on bark; reward.- wain. Olio.
LOST Airedale. Snnday, 4
n. m.. near 12th
and Main sta. Iteward.
Can Mala 3012.
FOUND Canoe. - -Inquire at
"64 Montana ava.
BUSINESS AKD TRADE SCHOOLS 88
EARN 875 TO 8300
in mechsmos and
flying. Aero club
license on gradnauoa
All courses free to
The state of Ore
gon allows 828 per month for educational pur
nosea to Oreeoa ax-service men. -
First and only exclusive Aeronautical school
la the Northwest.
A SCHOOL WHTTO HAS OVER ZOOB yig
CENT MORE PUPILS THAN ANT OTHEU
SIMILAR SCHOOL IN THIS TEIUUTOUI.
No bond required. ,
Catalogue on reqnest
DUDRET AIRCRAFT COMPANT.
Portland R24 Morgan Bldg, Oregon.
LEARN' automobile and tractor renal ring and
driving in America a largest aad finest system
of trad schools. We also teach all branches of
ignition, electrical end. battery Work, vulcanixlnf
and re-treading, welding and brazing, and instruc
tion on all truce of marine and stationary en-
ginea and farm lighting plants. Tou take the
tools in vour hand and get the actual preetJea
shop experience. The Hemphill schools turn ant
thousands of tucceesful graduates every year.
Do von want to loin thia ciasa of well trained
aad bigb paid men! Htate aid former awrvtea
men. Information and catalog uixin request.
Day and evening classes. Hemphill Trade
Schools, Inc., 707 Hawthorne are., cor. 20th.
MEN, SPEND TOUR WINTER- iVlLSIXUS
Autcmobile and tractor engineering, welding
and bronsing. Special ignition, battery and
electrical work. Vulcanizing and retreading.
HEMPHILL'S TRADE SCHOOL
707 Hawthorne Ave. Cor 20th
J Terme If Denired. '
tX?Mf. t ara-M. ttntne Collece.
A am res EVERT GRADUATE A POSITION
All -business courses, including comptometer
training. Enroll anytime day school, night
school! Write for free e talogue. Fourth Bear
MorrisoB. Phone Main 5Q.
A Position for Each Graduate
TuT-u -7! 1 T-jf tt will
MOl.Ett BARBER COLTJXiR wid teach yott the
- trade 1 in 8 weeks, receive some pay while
teeming. ' PoitioiW secured Ex-aerviza men re
eeivo sute aid. Write or call lor catakaiue,
2S4 Barntde st
Ci-r-UKai; over 17, for poitaj mail wrvice, $1.5
monLh: experleaoe nnnecessary. For free par
ticular of exsminatioa. writ J. eLeonard
i former -civil service cistoinrr); 008 Equitable
bldg. . Washington, u. c
PORTLAND Barber College teaches the barbte
- trade in eiht weeks; pars while learning;
good set of tools cnen; posittoa secured; tui
Ucn Tedoced 88 N. Second.
MEN. WOMEN leara barber trade; wage wbiie
learning; pasrfJuas grairanteed. Mgr. 22 years'
experience. Oregon Barber College, 238 Madien.
RtJCKT MOUNTAIN Teacher.' Agency. Enroll
tree. Frank K. Welle", former aaitant state
rtnrf.. Mgr., N-W. bank bldg. Phone Main 8278.
EABT SIDE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Uup Kegina Ruckel'e private school; Individual
fnetrt'etion. 122 H Grand svc. Ka-t 427.
OUK.ON law fchotii. All-ky hldg . 2i and U r
- riacn U W. sw RjcUartiaon. aee. Mia 877.
BUSINESS jCstt TRADE SCHOOLS !
t vi fiTv titi vr. i Mtt"
Tonhg men and women aranted! eall 4.14
Railway KzrhSne Mdi 1 rnlendid nmorlnnitr
ta learn a well paid profession. Railway Tele
graph Institute. Night classes.
1IEL1 MTAKTF.D M AI.K
15 NORTH rtrtIS?
BBOADWAV S7. ' '-
JEARN $25 A DAY
Wa want four men wiltine tn nut in !
hours par day selling at half price the belt firs
en the market See aaleamaaager. Perfection
sire w., ivu ana stars at
WASTEI Bids on eioavating and eettent wort
on a beement on Portland Heiahta. Wallaoa.
at Handy Corp. Bhop, 41st and Sandy,
HANDT man for day's work gardening, eta.
Tabor 8.88. - .
LlVK aaiesmin to irForrl ears. MusT"furnai
own demonstrator. OS Hit, Jonrnal.
HKLP WAyTKll FF.WAI.E
LIPMAX. WOLFK at CO.
fORMER SALESPEOPLE AND CASH; .
1ERS OF LIPMAN. WOLFE CO. not nee I r
engaged, who wish to work part or full tiase '
through the holidays, -are Invited to report al - .
the employment bursas before 10:80 a. am,
, LLPJ-Ut. WOLFE A CO. ".:
alRS. U V. A SWTTT"formeTlydltorcrSS
ployment for women with the federal gov '
ernment. will assist women to secure employ
ment in all lines. Office. 829 Henry bldg., cor.
4th and Osk. Bdwy. 4587. , -TWO
young ladiea, neat appearance, for Vaude
villa road abow; must be able to alng, dance ot
play instruments; good amateur considered. Call - 1
Hayton hotel. 1st st. room 8038 and 9 p. m.
jlkx uiill, in need ot a friend apply to re !:
ration Army Rescue Home. Mayfst an. :
Alesander sts. Phone Msln 8450. DM. ear.
tili; II CLASS millinery designer wanled.C.ood
salary, long season. Give references wkar
lat employed first leTter, B-9T, Jourrtsl.
WANTED At once, Ctrl or elderly woman (oc
'mail faoUHeholfl and aaaiatAna fne alf-k aamau.
German -preferred. Call at 84 1 1th st.
WASTED Olrl to assist lo (eoeral botiaework.
71 Kant 16th N. i
1'iA.xtl iisMoiu ii'ro lor sewing, laundry or
housework; reference. Main 0IB.
WE8"T 8iTE school rlrl to care (or 2 -year-old
clitld. Reference required. Msln 28J.
HELP 1VAHTFD MALE
VAIPEVILI.K Men. girls, song and dsnre girl,
' snonolotist, contortionist, comedian; muat be
able to work double alro. Call at rocra 8fl
Dayton hotel, 1st and Taylor, mornings I o I.
ask lor w. A. iieaa Charton. manager Rose
WANTED Male -or female, bright young boys
ana women to take orders tor Uhristmaa dee-
ore tinna. Quick seller.
Good profit. Call Te-
EXPERIENCED collector, at the business fot
17 years. wanU position efter Dec s; good
reference and bond if required; also good
salesman; LX-84 2, Journal, -
MR. FARMER Do you need a manf tits i-
peneoce. uairy preferred. try itand milker.
Address room '416 81. Paul hotel. Portland. Or..
or phone between 12 and 1 o'clock.
tiET wood cutters, grubbers and land elearrrt
Horn tne floneer EmDIorment Co.. 14 N.
2d at Phone Broadway 2318.
'ATTENTION. RKAL-ESTATE UeS'"' ' "
Carpenter and palnur need work, snv kind:
new or repair and maaonry. East 18T4.
STF.N(KiIlAl'HER First class man. age 80.
8 years' experience Private secrete nr. E-133.
ACTIVE young man, of good auperaance, must
liava work: motor work, lilumbing: will do
anything. K-941, JeurnaL
POSITION by man ex periauivd in grocery bu.i
neea. either wholesale or retail; will take
anything; good references. F-A88, Jnnrnsl.
U1VH SCHOOL student wants employment after ?
scnooi and catnraaya, t an Alarsbau Hunt).
TOt'NO man wante- to leara asndr malting:
wages -no object. M-8BU, Journal -
CARPMNTER work excliang ed lot chickens.
KAIOMtMNU. painting. piaster-patching.
Reasonable. Main 2flB, - - -
CARPENTER and contractor, Jobbing; anything
.In the building Una. Bart MeC.
CARPENTERING, REPAIR INO aad' UEMOD
EI.INQ. TAB6R 83.
FORrTION by etperlencad middle aged man,
janitor, istior 8I10.
TOt'NO man would like -pgeitioa on larm.
162 1st st. ' v
WANTED ExcavaUoa, general taaos work.
jaTOVINO or hauling. Irs -ton truest, with. dri-
ers by Bonr or contract East 8177.
PLA8TERINO. entaanay and asaMSt Wtk.'lu8
K. 44th at Tabor 2868.
BAKER'S helper, S years' experience; ' reter
enres. Call Aenwood 8101.
WANT to rent small place, eloae In, where eaa
keep cow and chickens. Eaet 2049.
ROOF repaired, gutters end dn (pouts eleaaaj
out CaU AutiimaUe 81T-8T.
FUB manufactured and remodeled at 400 Jsf
ferson st Phono 4901. . - .-
CTnPENttSTlNO. repairing. ' remodeling, bnttC
in fixtures g specialty. Call Antomatie 817-27. '
WANTED Contract bauling wood or atiytlilng.
Have 8Ston trork. ftall Cliertes. Msr. 204S.
CARPENTER Repairing and remodeling new
work, ga rages ; prices reasonable. Bell. 87.
ROOMS tinted, 83 and ' 14. good work and
satisfaction. Phone Main 8888.
JANITOR, married, no children. Marshall 877,
HITrATIOXW FKMAI.K. 4
RESPECf ISLE; corn p lent, reflrrwrVridow with
well behaved child of II wishes position aa
hwusekeeper la a reepaetablo home. No triflers
need apply. Call la person at ,223 W. Park
at.. Apt No. 8, after 1 p. m. ,
SCilOOL girl of 14 wants place to work for
4 room and board fat Elliott school district.
Phone Col. 888. ' '
LACEj. 8CRIM AND' MARQrtSETTE Cl'R
TAtNl, DRAPERIES, BLANEETSlTWINB
CP LIKE NEW! WILL CALL. EAST- ft 18.
iOt'NO lady wisbee light office work. t'pinV.
some short hsnd; referencea. Tabor 8482,
COATS, suits and dreaeea made and altered;
expert werkmanabip. -
Our ready made PE-KAT
bona dress so are made from the latest smart
style. Various colon and styles to choose from.
Mrs. Kelly, 7o2 aneonver are. Aut, iie-us,
DtEINO, claanlng, pressing, dressmaking, re.
modeling, relinlng. alterations, pleating; rea-
aonable prices. The Cabinet Cleaner A Dyers,
424 Morrison near nui. Mi:g iBJa.
ALTERATIONS, refitting aod'maklng of ladie'.
gsrmenta, reasonable prtceii work guaranteed.
J. Reutrin. Ladies' Pallor, 408 Btsab A Lane bldg.
MRS. MAE PATTERSON, don dressmaker, 883
K. Baimon. rnone zio-st.
PRACTICAL Bursa desire day or night wot k.
Practical nurse desires position in , doctor'
office or a matron. East 7211.
NURSE going teTCaliforivia would cere for In
valid or children ea route. BeL- given, V
401. Journal, ' ...
ETpEIUEN'CED nurse, best refereneea. rtlooe
FCRKISHED BOOMS ' J
fifSfEL OHIO. 28FHONT, CO It. MADlHO.s'
Housekeeping and transieat room, stesm beat,
hot and eokl water, aulomiia elavasor, rats 6U
a day up;weekly rata. ':!
PRINCES HOTEL" 848 E. Burn aide: Iteated
room with bath, by dy or week. - Cet away
from the high pricedrni -. ,
ONE sleeping room on third-floor, newly painted
- and pird; Just the. thing for a shipyard
worker. 88 a month. 828 Hall st.
W'HT par downtown prices? Clean rooma 8 1
to 82.80 per wk. ; transient, 60e; Dew man
agement. 412 W. ltb at. .. . ,
- ' new BOTAlTStrL .
- JOSH 4th. Rooaw by day or Week, steam
beet - Rates per day 7 8g op. - '
FCE3I8HED ROOMS PUITATE ;
V - - FAMILY U :
NEWLT faraished room, modem conveniences,
walking distance, private home. ref. required.
Overuntrt. Main 6048. ,
LARftE front room, clone is M east -side;'
;. furnace beat home privilege, with or with
out boarjl Eat 8008. ;
LARUE, comfortable front room, modern, nit
able for two: walking distance. Nob Hilt l s-
tri-t. Main 8485. ; t, .,. . ;
COZY room, in comf iriawl boms, fiii- eta-i-lnyed.