Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1914)
TTTR MORXiyG OREGOXTAIT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLK. TgK. EAR. XQ6E AJfP THROAT. " PLUMBS.
JROMPT SERVICE at rcaaon&bla prima. Treatments by specialist- elassea fitted Dr "TiZT" nov-T .,,
Ptfl, Tit!, Sc Trvst Co, 7 Cb. of Com. , F. F. CaeLyiy Vkgm ST.? SdAWaifc ffN w? V? exruin feat
AOCO&UION PLKATIXO. JXBCTK1C MOTORS. HP fnT mounU .rdVof Vadfi;
It BTKPHAN Heiusliicbing; and scalloping-. MOTORS, senerato-s bought, sold, rented Mir our specialty. "THE PLUME,"
accord, aid pleat, butuiaa covered, goods at,ti repaired. We do all kinds of repair- 258 Morgan bid;. Main 400U.
.ponged; maU orqera 3S3 Alder. M. (MS. . lng d rewinding; all work guaranteed. Rt'BBEB STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS SIGNS.
AaSAYElM ANO ANALYSTS. Pho, aln'O?. C 21 Flm KO"h' " PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
MONTANA AiSAY OFFICE. 12J4 id. Gold. ,,... 231 Wash- St. Phone Main 710 anU A 271Q.
ali'-er and platinum bought. BlaBlilw SEWING MACHINES.
OILBKKI HALL, successors Wells Jc Co., TJiAMING. hauling, excavating; sales stable. SEWING MACHINES, new all makes. J20
609 to 613 Couch bldg.. lut th. Main 7150. A. P. Morse. J55 Front. Main -720. up; used machines. up and guaran-
ATTORNEYS. FOL'N'DKy AD MACHXNK WORKS. IpUZZ? 11
J. R. GR3ENFIELD General practice, ab- PHOENIX Iron Works. East 3d and Haw- lay lor. -
- .tracts, contracts, collections, etc; consul- thoriia. General machine and foundry work. SHOE REPAIRING
tatlon free. New oltice. 707, 7t', 70 Sell- : ,
tog bldg. Main open evenings. kODAkS. ETl SHOES HALF SOLED.
WM. M. LaToRCE. KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing. VV "'""-ft
ComueUor-U-Uvr, 220 Faiiin Bio, printing and enlarging. PIKE & MAfLfc.- PsvN,.
HAM CO.. 845 Washington St. fc5v?H -w -
CARP JET WlvAYLNU. 5EE?4 New York Shoo Repair Co..
MOHTHWait RUG CO.-ltugs fronx old car- MACHINERY. 3 Aider St.
pets, rag ruga 188 East gth. Both phones Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and SHOWCASE. BANK & STORE HMCRE8.
BCXTONS. RAOGES. echnged. xho J. E. Martin Co, Portland, MARSHALL MFG CO, 10th and Flanders
THE 1HW1.N-HOUSON COMPANY. MESSENGER SERVICE. work," 'J
Wl Ota st. Phone Ma.n .12 and A 1254. HASTY JlESENGEK CO motorcycle, and FOR reasonable prices see Western Flxtur.
CHIROPOOISTS. " 1 - & Showcase Co, 48 N. loth. Mar. 774.
Smilam. Eslelle and William. Jr., Deveny. MOVING PICTURES. STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
the only scientihc chiropodist In the city. FILMS, machines, supplies, rented or sola. PORTLAND Van- A Storage Co 7777 TTTn
Parlors. Hoz Gerlmger bldg.. S W. corner United Film Co, 22o 2d .t. - and Kearney "... just completed, new flr.-
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1J0L Ml SIC All proof warehouse for household effect.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D. piano, and automobile.; contains separata
Hill Offices FUedner bll- MsU 3473. PIAJNO studio. 26 14 tb et. S.; arrangement. fire and vermin-proot rooms, steam-heated
m ' made for practicing. Phone Main 3St3. piano-room, trunk and rug vault, track-
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS. Emtl Thlelhorn, violin teacner; pupil Sevcia, ? Educed "frelghraJe. hou-ehoTd
DR. M M ..HON, 121 4th Chronic case. It) 207 Flledner bldg. A 4160. Mai. lo2. tod to and from East in t?roubT caVf
mm treatments ,u; others less. Main 20a. NatPROPATm7c PHYSICIANS. ."VTepae'nV11"'"'11
CLEANING AM) PRESSING. R. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, ner- OLSON-ROB TRANSFER CO.
DHESS SUITS tor rent; we press one suit vou chronic diseases. 604 Oregonian bldg. " Iireprooi warehouse with separate
each week for Il.Oo per month. rooms. Wo move and pack household
UNIQUE TAILORING CO, OPTICIANS. good, and piano, and snip at reduced
I COLLECTION AGENCY. lJfHJ 01'$ lcan HJ 2l5S 7 VSa?
Accounts, notes. Judgment, collected. "Adopt Sit your eyes with first- '
Short Methods." zsiiurt Adjustment Co, . quality lenses, gold-nlled frames, as low C O. PICK Transfer A Storage Co. Office.
82t3 N. W. iiank bldy. Main U74. as L507 Goodman, lul Morrison St, near and commodious 4-.tory brick warehouse.
' bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed. aeparate Iron room, and fireproof vault.
QANCING. . for valuable. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sta
yjSOF WAL WiLsoN Waltz, hesitation. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. Pianos and furniture moved and packed
one-step, two-step, schottische; lesson. DR. R. B. Northrup, 308 Morgan bldg, cor. or llPment; special rate made on goou.
2ie. morning, afternoon, eve.; guarantee to Broadway and Washington streets Office . our through cars to all domestic and
teach anybody who walks how t dance, phone Main. 349; residence. East 1028, roreign ports. Main oao, A BQ.
8i 5th st, bet. stark and Oak. 4 private ,r "oEORtiE-rTwELLs"" 6J2un.n kTTTT MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO,
lesson.. $2; 8 classes. H.ne Main 7037. Howl 2 U) 6 P. k ind by Appointment 13th ax,d Everett St.
MR. and Mrs. Heath s Academy Dancing office Marshall 851;' res, Marshall llJ0 Piano, and hoosehold 8opds moved.
taught in all its branches; class. Mon. and packed and iih pped, reduced freight rtej
Frl eve, 7 to ; atsenibly after; lessons PATENT ATTORNEYS. - on all household good to and from East,
daily. 231tt Morrison, cor. 2d. Mar. 313. T. j. GEISLER, Atfyat-Law. B03 Henry -tt,roueh car "vice- Main ,08. A 2214.
" Wm. C Schmidt. Eng. and Draftsman UHKGON TRANSFER CO, 474 Glisan st,
KeteetiTea- " ; cor. 13th. Telephone Main 6tf or A 11BJ.
SHREWD, reliable operative, furnished os R-' C WRlbHl ii year, practice U. S. We own and operate two large clas. "A"
all occasloca. 11 t3, oregonlan. and foreign patent.. ouo Dekum bldg. warehouse, on terminal track. Lowest
OENHSIS. PIPE. insurance rate. In city.
DR. A. W. KEENB, Majestic Theater bldg, PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and " o"f teel'MadSon Aeneraf "handiT.
8.M Vj Washington at. Marshall 3205. office near 24th and York .ta Main 3?w. "&rwrdlng Stf Fh. S
R.- M. Wade & Co, 322-20 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL Hlltli & IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and Columbia.
A UTO A N I iTrUGG" Yt6pS.
rUBRTJILLE JBUGGY TOP CO, 200 2d at.
BALLOU & .WRIGHT, 7th and Oak .ta.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park Davla.
BICYCLEsTMOTO KCYC LES & SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT, 7th and Oak .ts.
Royal Bakery & Conf :.lnc, 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
BTENRY W KIN HARD, 13th and Burnsida.
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BROS, 1W1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER,
P. T. Crowe itCo, 43 Fourth street.
COFFEE, TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSKTT & DE VERS. 1-11 N. Front .t.
FLEISCHNBR, MAYER &. CO, 207 Ash .t.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES. .
etnbbs Electrical Co, 6th and Pine t.
Albers Bros. Milling Co, Front & Marshall.
WADHAMS &. CO, ' 60-75 Fourth street.
Columbia Plans Best Fair.
ST. HELENS. Or, Sept. 20. (Spe
cial.) Columbia County plans to hold
one of the best county fairs in its his
tory, beginning next" Wednesday and
continuing until Saturday. President
Tarbell has spent the Summer in con
structing new exhibit buildings and
stock sheds. The fair grounds have
also been enlarged by the addition of
ball grounds and a grandstand.
AUCTION SALE TODAY.
Ford Auction House. 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M,
furniture. 106-8 First St.
AL KADER TEMPLE. A.
A. O. K. M. S. Ceremonial
session Tuesday. September
22 at 7 P. M, at the Armory,
Tenth and Couch streets.
Business session at the Arm
ory at 11 A. M. . Petitions
must be in the hands of the
Recorder not later than 11
A? M, September 22. Candi
dates must report at the
Armory at 6 P. M. Visitlna
nobles cordially invited. Do not forget your
card and fez. By order of the potentate.
HUGH J BOYD. Recorder.
MT. HOOD COUNCIL ROYAL
ARCANUM meets this (Mon-
iH-M2& Hal1 No- 2- K- of p- blJs, ai-
lV "",.,v'V der and 11th streets. Visitors
GEO. W. HAZEN, Sec.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No.
40, A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Monday)
evening at 7 o'clock. East 8th
and Burnside. E. A. degree.
Visitors welcome. Order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, Secretary.
CAMELIA CHAPTER, No. 27.
O. E. S. Stated communication
this (Monday) evening at 8
o'clock. Social. By order of
MARIETTE ROBINSON, Sec
WILLAMETTE LODGE. No. 2,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Monday) even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Work In
M. M. degree. Visiting breth
W. S. WEEKS, Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE No. 12, A.
1 . AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Monday) even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Work in
the E. A. degree. Visiting
W. M. DE LIN, Secretary.
CADE -The funeral of the late Theadore
A. Gade will be held from the T. L. Lerch
funeral parlors today (Monday) Septem
ber 21, at 2 P. M. Interment Mt. Scott
SCHNEIDERMAN At his late residence,
421 First street. September 19. Jacob
' Schneiderman, aged 59 year 8 months
- and 4 days.
BROWN September 20, Charles Brown,
aged 44 years. Remain at Dunning &
McEn tee's parlors. Notice of funeral later.
KOIXEE At his late residence, 525 Mall
treet, septemner is, lliaa Mulier, aged
53 years, beloved husband of lnnebore
Mailer. Friend. Invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at the Port
land Crematorium at 2:30 P. M. today
(Monday;, septemDer 21, under the
auspices of Willamette Tribe. No. 6. Im-
. proved Order of Redmen. Take Sellwood
car for Crematorium. Remain, are at
Hounui'i funeral parlors.
W'AJJTY The funeral services of the late
; lora Wanty, who died In this city Sep
her 19, will be held tomorrow ('Tues
day) at 2:30 P. M. from the chapel of the
ok3wm unuertaiting (jo, corner Third and
way. tTiends are invited to attend. Pri
vate interment, Rlverview cemetery.
TTI THROW In this city, September 20, Mrs.
' Clarinda A. withrow, age 53 years, at her
late residence, 429 Morris Btreet. Wife of
-n. c. witnrow. Funeral service will be held
Tuesday, September 22, at 2 P. M. from
Ericson'a chapel. Twelfth and Morrison
TRAXINGEIt September 20 at the reI
dence, 307 East Seventy-fourth street,
North, Mathew Trajxinger, aged 75 years,
beloved father Of Mrs. Marv Mnrnhv anil
Mrs. George Lewis. Remains at Dunning
oe jmccmee 9 pariors, rotice of funeral
CADE The funeral services of tln lt
Theodore A. Cade will be held at P. L. Lerch
funeral' parlors. East Eleventh and Clay
streets, today (Monday) at 2 P. M. Friends
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKCM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO, 53-53 Front t.
HIDES, PELTS. WOOL AND FURS
KAHN BROS, 11 Front street.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
Kast End of Burnside Bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES.
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. I. MASTIC & CO, 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. McCracken Co, 1114 Board of Trade.
SaleB agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
F. B. MALLORY & CO, 231 Pine street.
' MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckweifr Mfg. Co, 83 Fifth st.
BRADSHAW BROS, Morrison and 7th ts.
ELLIOTT The funeral services of the late
Eli E. Elliott, who died in this city Sep
tember 19, will be held tomorrow
(Tuesday) at 2 P. M. from the First Bap
tist Church at Gresham, Or. Friends and
acquaintances are kindly Invited to at
tenl. Interment Gresham Cemetery. Re
mains will be at the parlors of the Skewes
Undertaking Company until la o'clock
MARTIN & FORBES CO, florists. 347
Washington. Main 26, A 1209. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS, designers and decorators;
fresh cut flowers, great variety. Morrison,
bet. 4th and 5th. Main or A 1803.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 5922.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 3121. Sell
The only iwiafBM odertaking establish
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main 9, A 1599.
J. P. FINLBT SON,
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD ROLHAN, the leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A 1511 Main 0O7.
F. S. DUNNING, INC..
East Side Funeral Director. 414 East
Alder St. East 52, B 2525.
A. R. ZELLER CO, 592 Williams ave.
East 1088. C 1088. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
DUNNING A M'ENTEE. funeral directors,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
R. T. BYRNES. Wllllams'ave. and Knott.
East" 1115. C 1943. Lady attendant.
P. L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay sta
Lady assistant. East 78L
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4752. A 2321. Lady attendant.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Containing 335 Acres.
Portland' Only Modern
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Refined, Pleaalne Service
Complete, Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Tcrma Reasonable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE, N
Between Davis and Kverett.
Phones East. 1423, B 251S. Open Day
Report all cases of crueltv to this officn
Lethal chamber for small animals. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any one de
siring a pet may communicate with us.
o ji" unj auu a. a. i in Up"
-r " i 1 -"it a a, tco. xv i li aciiv o I o
payment privileges. Loans quickly
"""tu. ii j neuu money can loaay.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
317-219 Northwestern Bank Building.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CRONAN
802 Spalding Bids Portland. Or,
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks, 2d and Columbia
PAINTS AND WALL PAPErI
PIONEER PAINT CO, 160 First street.
W. P. Fuller & Co, 12th and Davis.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO., 2d and Taylor street.
pipe, pipe fitting's axd'yalves."
M. L. KLINE, 84-80 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Jront Bt.
F. W. BALTES & CO, 1st and Oak st.
EVBKDINS & FAKKELL, 140 Front ..
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co, 3 4th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO, foot of Ankeny.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO, 12th and Davis.
Portland Iron Works, 14 th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO, 68 Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO, 230 2d St. -
WHOLESALE JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
BUTTERFIBLU BROS, MOHAWK BLDG.
WIRE AND IKON WORKS.
"Portland Wire & Iron Wks, 2d and Columbia
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hours after
receipt of abstract. Lowest rates.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
Western Bond &
Our Own Money t Current Rates.
FARM A- O CITY LOANS.
SO Fourth St4 Board of Trade Bldff.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
J. t. NASH, 73 Chamber of Commerce
oiag., wiu ouiiu od your lot or sell you
a, house and lot, any size, like rent.
PALM ER-JONE8 COH H. 404-405-403
BECK, William G.. 315-316 Falling bldg.
lvtiN EDICT BROS., 3o Hawthorne avenue
JENNING& CO.. Main 1S8. 206 Oregoniao.
hot Sale Lota.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Home and bo meat tea. a. few great
bargains. Every customer Is a reference.
Marshall 4827. BROOKE. a 3839.
For Sale Beach Fro perty .
For sale or rent, 8-room house on "G
St., 50 feet from boardwalk; view of ocean
from lower or upper porch.
Lot 5uxl00; rent $15 per month. Inquire
at Mrs. Jetly'a real estate on ice or at res
idence of Mr. Grogan, Seaside, Oregon.
Anyone wishing to buy address Jatnea
Dutty, Seaside-, or
Fu r tittle lAouses-
THAT VACANT . LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THK
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE; WE KNOW
HOW. TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. SEE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS. L. R
BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
AT less than cost, a home; a six-room
house in line neighborhood. $30 per month,
This has hardwood floors, fireplace,
built-in bookcases, uullt-in bed, built-in
bureau, Dutch kitchen, buffet, full base
ment, furnace, nice attic, tine yard, shade
trees; all improvements, street, etc.. are la
and paid foi. You will search far for aa nlca
'a place as reasonable in price and terms.
Call Woodlawn 30oo.
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW BARGAIN.
Classy new 5-rooms, double construction,
oak doors, beautiful fireplace, built-in
buffet and bo ok oases, artistic light fix
tures. 2 bedrooms, nice bath, dining-room
walls paneled and beam ceiling, full ce
ment basement 50x100 lot, o4S 64 lh su,
150 south Sandy bWd. Price $2500, easy
terms, wortn $;M)uo. Owner, phone Main
?um. J. Q. Wright.
NEW high-grade Irvington home for sale
by owner at big sacrifice. Located N. W.
corner East 2Uth and Thompson; lOOxlOo;
takes $0000 to handle. No trades. Phone'
IDEAL SUBURBAN HOME CLOSE IN.
7 rooms,. acre land, mountain view,
fruit trees; Ore- Elec. Ry., 5c fare; $3Ou0,
terms, $300, baL to suiu Box 3ltt P O
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lots or ours; by your own plans
or ours; pay us like rent. "
THE OREGON HOMEBUILDERS, '
1330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
$2500 CASH will handle two good five-room
cottages and lot 50x100, on Sherman street
near Broadway, balance on mortgage at 7
per cent. E.. T. Taggart, 41tf Chamber of
MUST SELL on account of sickness, mod
ern 8-room house and vacant lot on Mon
tavilla carline. Owner, la E. 68th N
HAVE houses you can -buy for $13, $15 $18
$20, $23, $25 and $30 per month, including
interest, or will build to suit, on your lot
or ours. Call East 6687.
FOR SALE at your nwn price; modern 8
room house near Irvington Club; must be
sold; leaving city. Phone East 2466.
u-KOOil cottage on Tillamook st, block
Hancock st. East 3455.
HOUSES, all sizes, some less than cost. Also
for rent, furnished and unfurnished. Irv
ington. East 273, W. H. Herdmao.
NEW modern 12 -room house, quarter block.
In Irvington. Phone R. B. Rice, East
$2000 EQUITY in six-room bungalow, very
cheap. M 262. Oregonian.
oWILL. sacrifice swell modern 2 -family flat,
5 and 6 rooms, worth 18500, now $5900,
$1000 down and $25 per month; walking
distance on E. Yamhill st. See owners, 171
E 23d st. Phone East 5 It 4 8.
MT. SCOTT COTTAGE, $2000.
5 rooms, modern, all on one floor, good
neighborhood, at 4812 E. 71st , st., near
4Sth ave. S. 1 blk. from Firland sta
tion on Mt, Scott car line; price $2Oo0;
terms like rent
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO..
404 Wilcox bWg. Main GUS. A-2653.
EAST FRAN KLlN ST. snap ; Tine 7-room
- modern house, 4 bedrooms, furnace; a big
snap at $3000, $250 down, $15 per month;
near 36th. Make an offer.
414 Corbett bldg. A 141ti, Marshall 02.
Suburban Home Property.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water; close to carllne,
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 1083 or Sellwood 470.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
HOU.SE and 2 acres in fine cultivation;
Mtstzger Station, y-cent fare, block to
depot; exchange, rent or sell; $2500.
P h one M arshall 3941. 603 Oregonian bidg
2 ACRES and 5-room bungalow on 5c car
line, Portland. Or.; will sell at a genuine
bargain. Write E. L. Walker. 103 W. Main
St., Centralia, Wash.
1, 2. 6 and 10-acre tracts, 80
minutes out on
NEW BIG RED STEEL ELECTRIC
12c commuters xare ; very best of
' soil, water and community conven
iences; $125 to $500 per acre, on
THE SHAW-FEAR CO.,
Main 35. 102 4th St. A &5O0.
5 ACRES, $250.
$10 down and $5 a month buys 5 acres
good loggod-off land, between Portland
and Centralia, on main line 3 railroads,
1 miles from town of lOOO population;
sawmills, shinlem ills and other indus
tries, some of these tracts are half
cleared; beautiful-trout stream ; first-class
bottom land ; good soil ; lies well, fine lo
cation ; 160 acres to choose from; perfect
title, warranty deed.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
318 Railway Ex ch an ge.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland ,
ne subdivision, near Gresham; 5 acres
$400, $500, $7oo; 3 acres, $50O, $700; 10
acres. $750, $000, $1000 per tract; besi
toil, free wood(- spring water; acreage at
Scappoose. Or., $25 to $100 per acre.
FRANK M FAR LAND REALTY CO..
Sotf Yeon bid g., Por Hand, Or.
10-ACRE snap at Kockwood, on the Base
Line auto road, 6-room house, 100 fruit
trees, fine berry land, 3 blocks to car. A
big snap, $4000, $50o down, balance to
suit. Zadow & Alexander, 414 Corbett
bldg. A 1416, Marshall 2.
1 TO 20 acres, near Concord Station, on
Oregon City carline; Ideal building sites,
beautiful view of Mount Hood; price $500
per acre. H. G. Starkweather. Phone Oak
Grove. Black 17.
FOR SALE ONE ACRE.
In high state of cultivation, fruit, ber
ries, good water, buildings, furniture, im
plements, chickens ; price $800.
Adress JOHN M AlEH, Falls City, Or.
FINEST tracts in Willamette Valley, any
size; your own terms. Get in on the
ground floor, call 210 Stark St., near 4th.
I or Sale Farm.
FOR SALE A snap, $i50 for my 6-acrs
tract, 6-i'oom house, barn, chicken house,
other improvements; 2 acres in cultiva
tion ; Al soil ; 3 miles to town, with rock
roai, H mlie of place; '4 mile to school,
40 miles to Portland. Wesley -Hill. Goble,
FOR SALE or trade; 240 acres joining the
City of Condon, all in cultivation except
15 acres of waste land ; city water piped
on the place. G. A. LONG, 420 Haw
thorne ave. Phones E. 72, B 1360.
160-ACRE farm, In cultivation, tor sale
or trade; terms to suit purchaser. AV 765,
RANCH bargain for cash, near electric line,
near Portland ; must sell. By owner, lo7
WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
YOUNG married man with team wishes to
rent furnished farm on shares, or will
work farm for salary; life experience.
Address F. G. B., R. F. D. Box a. Sher
WANTED To lease furnished farm with few
cows, or position for wagen. hrst-clas
irrigator, capable f oremanship, 3 adults
in family; best references. D. L. Moore,
241 E. S4th st., -Portland, Or.
FOR RENT FARMS.
50 ACRES in Marion County, with Irriga
tion, large house and very large barn, to
dairyman who has good herd, on monthly
payments. 2t9 Stark St., near 4th.
FOR SALE TIMBERs LANDS.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
C- J- M'CRACKKN. 304 M'KAY BLDQ.
WANT contracts to clear land near Port
land. R. W. Wood, lol 6th.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WILL buy good income business property In
good location, store or flat building, be
tween $7500 and $15,000; must be real bar
gain, li 266. Oregonian.
HAVE two second mortgages of $710 each
to exchange for clear vacant lots. 211
Lumber Ex., cor. 2,d and Stark.
TO EXCUANliE REAL ESTATE.
GENERAL merchandise stock and building
in a good live town in one of the largest
irrigated sections in Oregon, located on
two R. R-, doing $1000 to $1200 per month
business and can be Increased. Will trade
for Portland property. Price $10,0o0. Ask
Main 7502, A 338. 306 Spalding; bldg.
WILL give 40 to 80 acres of the very best
orchard land in Klickitat County, Wash
ington, with small, high-grade bearing or
chard, or vacant lots in Portland for land
clearing; will pay money-making price
for clearing and put a satisfactory price
on the property. John S. Beall, Wood
FOR SALE OR TRADE Milk business of
50 cows, 5 horses, HO tons hay, com,
kale, all farm machinery, close to Port
land, for farm from 5 to 80 acres; a
money-maker for right party. AG 256,
I HAVE newly furnished busy apartment
house, four rented houses, three good
mortgages and city lots; want farm for
all or any part of these. Atwater, "4o2
Lewis bldg. Marshall 327.
CLEAR house or cottage wanted, value
$2000, for $6000 worth acreage, electric
line, close city, mortgage $14o0. Owner.
P. O. box 377.
TO trade fer good lota or country property
near Portland, two good new 7-room
houses. Phone Woodlawn 169b or address
1088. E. 19th st. N.
WILL exchange $700 equity In a new, mod
ern, 6-room house on E. 35th, 1 block
from Clintoa-et. car, for clear lots. 211
Lumber Ex., cor. 2d and Stark.
UNINCUMBERED lots, Astoria, trade for
equity in bungalow. R. 412 Commercial
MODERN house in Irvington district for
exchange. B. M. Lombard. 11 Madison
bldg. Phone Main 5092. A 2S92.
IF YOU want a new bungalow and have a
lot to turn in as part payment, call owner.
WANTED Reliable contractor to finance
building of bungalow in exchange for five
residence Ipts. BC 271. Oregonian.
TRADE for bungalow, one quarter section
yellow fir timber. Wheeler County. BD
CLOSE-IN acreage, sale or exchange. 433
Worcester bldg. Phone Mam 7105.
TO EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS.
SALE OR TRADE.
10-stamp mill, compressor. crusaer.
cables, rails, engine, etc. for sale or trade
for Portland property. Address S 2ta,
Horse, Vehicles, Harness, Etc.
TEAM, weight 2200, harness, wagon. These
horses are good workers, must sell at once.
E. 11th and Belmont sts.
FOR SALE, cheap, a nice family . horse,
high-grade rubber-tired buggy and har
ness. Trial allowed. 1029 E. Yamhill st.
WAGONS and horses by day. SI. 25.
Cohen. 381 Water st. Main 2208.
CHEAP Team, weight 2300; also three
smaller horses. Mar. 2894, A-4956.
WILL sell sound. 12-year-old horse for $25;
good bargain. Call Main 849-
FOR SALE Eight-year-old horse, weighing
1260 lbs. Inquire 284 First. -
Horses. Vehicles, Harness. Etc.
Horses, mules, vehicle and harness
every Monday and Friday, IO A. M. The
only strictly commission stables in the
city. Consignment solicited. The Mc
Clelland Horse A Mule Co., 240 E, 8th.
40 head of horses, also some wagona
and harness, to be sold at auction October
L Anyone wishing to have articles sold
on commission can list them on or before
date of sale.
COLUMBIA STABLES, 302 "font St.
TEAM, bay and gray, weight 2700 lbs.. 8
and 9 years old, sound and true; with
harness and light farm wagon, at a bar
gain. Ask for Reynolds' outfit. 302
FOR SALE One team, well matched, black
mares. 5 years old, weighing 2'JOO lbs.;
one first-class team, 6 years old, weigh
in 30OO lbs. 22 Russell st.
ON E well-matched team. 3 years old, un
broke, weighing 2."o lbs. ; 2 cheap farm
horses; one 6-year-old horse weighing
1550 lbs. 20 KuvsWl Bt.
DEAD horses and cattle hauled away free.
SOUND 14 66-1 b. farm horse to trade for
hay, oats or seed vetch. B 258, Oregonian.
Piano, Organw and Musical lnntrumeuts.
WILL store free of charge piano for use of
same ; best of care taken ; no children ;
will also protect by fire Insurance. AK
FINE German-built piano. Circassian wal
nut; obliged to sell. Room 5, Btulah Apts..
02T Union Ave N.
WANTED Old piano In any condition for
cash. BP 265, Oregonian.
Dogs, Birds, Prt Mock.
AIREDALES, great pals, guards and bunt
era. Laddix Kennels, Estacada, Or.
TWO pedigreed Scotch Collie dogs, cheap.
Furniture For dale.
WILL sell the furniture of my 6-room
apartment, as it stands, excellent condi
tion; reasonable. AK 274, Oregonian.
WANTED Set of antique dining-room ma
hogany chairs. Address Y 26s. Ore
gonian. 6-ROOM cottage.'well furnished, very cheap;
small rent.268 Milt.
VERY DESIRABLE bedroom and other fur
nishings at reasonable prices. 263 13tn st.
FOR SALE 1 Holstein. 1 Jersey cow, both
fresh, and 2 heifer calves, milk cooler and
paiis, wigoa. Call East 30th nnd Simp
son st.; take Alberta car to J arret at.,
walk 6 blocks east.
TWO Jersey heifers one year old and one
20 months old coming fresh in two mon 1 ha
S. F. Britten, Metdrum, Oregon City line,
phone Main 3523. v
ONE Chester White brood sow, with 5 young
pigs v weeKs 01a, xor sate. Alain .410
415 Columbia st.
FOR SALE A fine Jersey bull. D. Shan
non. Gilbert station. O. W. P.
NEW MOTOR TRUCKS.
Any capacity from 750 lbs. to 5 tons
you can pay for It In monthly installments
will sell without any navment oown nro
vlding you can give substantial security ;
let the trucu earn its pay men is and earn
you good money besides, get tha aet-t,ii
H 243. Oregonian.
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES.
Large stock. Prices, $300 to $750.
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO.,
Corner Chapman and Alder Fts.
FOR SALE WHITE AUTO TRUCK.
LATE MODEL, 1 :s TONS ; FIRST-CLASS
condition; reasonable. :;ew mar.
k et garage, cor. 2d and ankeny
Two-ton truck in good mechanical con
dition, new tires, siake body and. top, $650
easy terms. X 265. Oregonian.
SACRIFICE 5-pass. Maxwell, in first-class
couqiuod ; d&si oner taKes it. cotillion
Oarage, 14th ana Burnside.
WILL trade my Maxwell 30 for a Ford. AJ
&-PASSENGER autos $1.30 per hour; Pierce.
Arrow, $0. t'none Main tttzu.
GARAGE, light and water. West Side, rea
sonable. Mar. 215ft.
MY 1311 car and cash for a late model. AJ
WILL exchange good $1200 first mortgage
on timber ror t -passenger limousine auto,
no junk. 320 Railway Lxchange.
POULTRY wanted Will call radius 20 miles
Portland. D. Shaw, Lents. 1
FRESH cows cheap. Columbia Boulevard
St I V hlnr-lra nnrth Uana Ulam n s,An
Typew r iters.
TYPEWRITERS for rent, 3 months for $5
and up ; 6 months' rental applied on pur
cuase price. Remington j. y pew r iter Com
pany, 86 Broadway, Portland, Or.
WE save you from 50 to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our Illus
trated folder, retail department. TV HOLE-
SALE TYPEWRITER CO., 321 Wash. St.
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, $10 to $6a,
NORTHWEST TYPEWRITER CO..
2t2 Stark St.
NEW, rebuilt, second-hand rentals at cut
rates, r. L. j., L'iil stark st. Main 1407.
WHY pay $25 for your suit or raincoat when
you can get the same for $15? Money
bacK Uiiop, 342 Washington, Morgan bldg.
ispea iiu a tr. an..
SAFES All sizes, at coat: safes reoaired
Mosier Safe Co., 409 Northwestern Bank
bidg. Main 76.6.
HOC HF ELD'S CAMERA EXCHANGED
I buy. sell and exchange kodaks, cam
eras and lenses. 44 V North 3d st.
DIAMOND house paints, strictly pure; made
in Oregon; per gallon, $1.60. Portland
i'aint co Marshall iuo. zsu Front at.
SECOND-HAND typewriters in remade con
dition, very cneap xor cash only. $0 up.
tv. aieinau, di n,. .in sc. xs isss.
SAFES New and second-hand; bargains.
101. first et.
20 H. P. horizontal boiler, firebox, A-l con
dition; a oargain. re tea, 46 Zd. M.. B766.
USE Bassett s Native Herbs for rheumatism.
00 tauiets lor Juc. ah aruggists.
V1SIBLE TYPEWRITERS rented 3 months
for $4. Main Oii.S, A 4-.41. 244 Stark su
BARGAINS in new and second-hand fix
tures, showcases. 4S N. loth. Mar. 774.
FOR SALE: Gasoline woodaaw cheap for
cash. (Jan 4-y Bawtnorne ave.
THE GLOBE STORE WANTED.
SECOND-HAND L'LuTHiNG AND
CALL MAIN 20S.0. 285 FIRST STREET.
AND you will get nig neat cash prices, no
matter what yuu nave. i;au ivi. zuou.
SECON'D-HA ND CLOTHING BUYERS.
HONEST DEAL. WE PAY THE HIGH
EST PRICE FOR MEN'S A.N D LADIES
CLOTHES. SHOES. TRUNK3. SL 1 1-
CASES, ETC TRY US. CALL MAIN
6ll5. 203 MADISON Si'. OR 25 1 FRONT
AT J. MYER'S.
WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING, $5 AND UP.
SHOES BOUGHT. RELIABLE BUlCEi:,
247 MADISON ST. MAIN 3505.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.,
221 Front st.. buys recond-aand furniture.
- carpets, stoves, raDges, haruware or tools
or any Kina. v. an a tit or .nam uui
our buyer cans promptly.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING WANTED.
Highest prices paid for seconii-hand
clothes, shoes, etc. 120 6th N. Main .a45-
WANTED Baby or small child to take care
of by the month; win give mothers care.
Nice home. Phone Tabor 5541. or call
Last 255 E. 35 tn St.
2D-HAND FURNITURE, ETC., WANTED.
Don't give it away. Get our figures first.
Standard Kur. o., 132 iat. Main 4io.
DO NOT sell or' give away any of your fur
. niture before you call the Bell Auction
House. 101 2d at. Marshall 4i3.
BEST prices tor everything. Call our Junk
aepu Mam oo or a iooj. xarue.
WE tint rooms for $2.50; paint houses at
your price. Phone East 171.
I WILL buy good Victrola; must be cheap
for cash. phone East 2406.
WANTED Three National cash registers at
oncej will pay spot cash. Main 606.
CASH paid for hair combings. "Sanitary
Beauty pariors. 4b0 Dekum bldg.
For your furniture. Phone Sellwood 1882.
WANTED Wood cutting, by cord or con
tract. Majaha!! 3502. Call room 2.
FORD AUCTION CO. pays more cash for any
kind of furniture. Main 3951.
WANT to buy second-hand repeating and
double-barreled shotguns. 112 6th st.
HELP WANTED MALIC
BOY to work for board and room and go to
school. M In 6."S1. 501 Harrison near 14th.
PHOTO agents, something new; extra com
missi on paid. Sarony Stud i o. Royal bldg.
WANTED Man to work for room and
board. 404 Madison, cor. 10th and Madison.
WAN'! ED Prcsser at 285 SLark st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A.
au young men seeking employment in
commercial, clerical or technical lines are
cordially Invited to - consult the employ
Calls for men from employers. 2855
Positions filled 1041
Employment membership $5 per annum,
guarantees member will secure employ
ment or refund of fee. Includes two
months full and 10 months social privi
leges. Issued by employment Secretary only.
Second Floor Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
CAN PLACE a refined young man to travel
uiruugri Lnina, japan, mcua and Austra
lia, with features, moving pictures, films
Muit be able to give first-class references
and gilt-edge security. State age, refer
encee, securityetc. AD 273, Oregonian.
;SE spare time to build up mail order busi
ness of your own; we help you start lor
a share in profits; 27 opportunities, par
ticulars free. Mutual opportunities Ex
chaoge, Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED Two single men, good appear-
uiic-j, io travel wun crew and :onclt; expe
rience not necessary, but must be willing
.to do hard work. Call 9 to 3, Lenox Hotel,
and ask for Mr. Livermore.
ivArKHlENED stock salesman to dispose
i uensury block oi prontaoie going con
cern ; liberal commissions. See N. K, Ja
cobson. atty.. N. W. Bank bldg.
CASH advanced you weekly selling my hardy
guaranteed stock; excellent territory; hue
iieis make money. Washington Nursery
- o.. Toppeniah. Wash.
KI I'MHING goods salesmen. Cail at 203
i-roauway blug., between 2 and 3 o clock
Monday sf ternoon.
LLO THING salesman. Call at 203 Broadway
ui;g., between 1: and 3 o clock Monday
ADVERTISING solicitors; contracts cashed;
several papers. Clyde agency, 207 Stock
YOUNG boy for office work; prefer boy
living with parents. Reply in own hand
writing to AE 25, Oregonian.
PHOTO coupon offer; something good; sal-
ry. vaasar atuqio, ADington b.dg.
PHOTO coupon; new ticket for live ones.
Cut berth studio. Dekum bldg.
BOY, with wheel
Clothing Co.. Morrison, at Fourth.
b.tivKK wanted; must be first-class. Call
after 2 P. Al. - i;;age Inn Cafeteria.
Help W antra A gen ta-
W ANTED Responsible agents everywhere;
y the iargeti., jest-known nursery in the
Northwest. i-it-ral cunnnibaiati.. steady
position. Aoartod Oregon iNui ery, Or
Help Wanted Salesmen.
SALESMAN wanted to sell stock in progres
sive concerns; good commission, exclusive
teriitory; opportunity to put out ut
asencs. 111 &paiUin,j bldg.
HELP Vv ANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A young lady that understands
iicrK in bakery ana dairy lunch; must
know how to make sales; good wages and
' good home -like place. Address J. E.
Schaf fer, California Bakery, Salem, Or.
WANTED Experienced girl for cooking and
general housework ; German or Scandi
navian preferred; no washing; no chil
dren. Phone E. 934. Call 45 E. Sta North.
MRS. HOWE'S LADIES' AGENCY.
Washington biug., 2OVs Washington, room
55, near 4th. Phone Main fr&oti or A 3266.
WANTED Retined, capable woman xor re
sponsible position. , Viavl Company, 423
Pmuck block, 385 Washington.
r i v'E girls to learn beauty culture; pay
while learning. 414 Dekum blug. Sani
WANTED Girl or boy to wait table in pri
vate boarding-house for dinner. 404 Madi
swii, cor. lotu.
iAfiiKilvNCED girl for light housework
and cooking, wages $20. Phone Sell
EXPERIENCED girl for general housework,
fam.ly of two; references required; wages
;;.'. 1US King st. Phone Main 7472.
AMBITIOUS, energetic woman over 25, for
position w ith local firm ; permanent ; ex
penence unnecessary. AE i;70, Oregonian.
WANTED at once, 5 lauy demonstrators,
also agents in smaller towns, Barciey Cor
set Shop, 204 J? lied ner bidg.
WRAPPING and cash giris wanted. Call at
203 Broad w ay bldg., between 2 and 3
o'clock Monday afternoon.
RELIABLE German girl for general house
work. Apply mornings, 494 East 22d- N.
COOK. $4); second work, $MO; waitress, $7;
houseworK, $15 to $40. St. Louis Agency.
'2SS Main st. A 7175. Main 2-39.
SCHOOL or high school girl to assist with
light housework, near Lincoln High. Uali
mornings, 545 2d st.
WANTED A girl for general housework in
small family. Apply 247 E. 37th south.
WANTED Girl is a waiter in restaurant.
245 Couch st.
WANTED Tailor to work on ladles' gar
ments. E. Gurney, Mohawk bidg.
WANTED A girl to assist in general house
work. 702 Marshall. Call mornings.
YOUNG GIRL for general housework. Call
Main 29;:'.. 5:5 College st
GIRL to assist in general housework ; small
family. 745 Overton st. Apply Monday.
GERMAN girl for housework. Call morn
ings, 321 6th st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Subscription representatives for
outside territory In Oregon; men and
women who do thorough work will be
given liberal remuneration. Call at 215
WANTED Men and women, live, wide
awake men and women for good-paying
positions; if you want to work and au
vance, see' manager. 80S-09-1 0 Selling bldg.
LEARN art of acting: engagements open
for capable nctors. 409 Stearns jldg.
Fisk Teachers' Agency secures positions for
teachers. 816 Journal bldg. Main 4835.
HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WE TEACH practically, with actual ma
chinery in operation, electrical, gas and
steam engineering, machine shop work
and automobile repairing. Send for new
catalogue. Seattle Engineering School, 100
to 110 West Roy street, Seattle.
OREGON BARBER COLLEGE will teach
you the trade In 8 weeks; scalp and face
massage a specialty ; tools free; positions
guaranteed ; pay while learning; tuition
reduce-1. 233 Madison st.
MOLE:R BARBER COLLEGE wants men
and women to learn the trade In 8 weeks;
clean work, percentage paid while learn
ing, tools free; scal; and face massage a
specialty; send for free catalogue. 48 N. 2d.
MRS. HINSDALE, former instructor of the
commercial department of the Younc
Women's Christian Association, la now
ready to take young men and women for
business training. 502 Empress bldg.
WOMEN Get Government Jobs; thousands
vacancies yearly ; list positions open to
women free. Franklin Institute, Depu
7t3R. Rochester, N. Y.
RAILWAY mail clerks, p! 0 clerks, car
riers ; exam, soon ; parcel post demands
many more clerks; act at once. Pacific
States School. McKay bldg., city.
PREPARE to be firemen, brakemen ; earn
$120 monthly ; send age, postage. Rail
way Educational Association, care J:e
gonian. LA RN to drlre an auto. Expert Instruc
tor. Call at 80 loth St.. bet. 12 and 2 P.
M., or phone Marshall 406.
MEN, 18 to 85, become railway postal clerks;
commence $75 month; sample examination
questions free. AV 704. Oregonian.
LEARN moving picture operating; terms
reasonable; steady work. 226 2d st.
TWO men to learn auto repairing and driv
ing. Hawthorne Garage, 445 Haw thorn e.
ELI TE PRIVATE B U S I NESS COLLEGE,
404 Commonwealth Bldg. Mar. 4258.
SHORTII A N D.T V PE"WRiTING1$5 PER MO
269 14TH ST. M 3S93. EXP. INSTRUO'N.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
GOOD bookkeeper and office man wants po
sition ; leaving present position account of
dull business making it necessary to re
duce expense ; w ill consider work any
where in Oregon or Washington. Address
B Box 1169, Portland.
YOUNG experienced office man, bookkeeper,
stenographer, good appearance, references,
desires permanent position; can invest
some money if necessary. BF 252, Ore
gonian. WANTED Position in law office by young
attorney, member of Supreme Court ot C
S. Also expert' accountant. o34 Y. M.
SALESMAN of ability, best of references,
wants situation, either commercial or pro
motion lines; capable of liaiul tmg sa les
nien and getting results. J 268, Oregonian.
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, 8 years'
experience; best of references. N 265 .Ore
gonian. ACCOUNTANT wants evening work on .-.nan
sets of accounts. AE 229. Oregonian.
ACCOUNTANT, first-clnss, open for engag
ment, K 263. Oregonian.
WANTED Steady position in city by robust
young man, age 24, not afraid of work ;
can give references. Tabor 1652.
ENGINEER Steam, electric, raa wants job
along that lice, AB 264, Oregonian.
SITUATION? WANTED MALE.
POSITION wanted by expeit gasoline engi
neer, marine or stationary, experience and
technical knowledge of electricity, also
some,machine shop experience; general rr-
- pair work in garage preferred. N 263,
MAN and wife, German, with boy 12. man
has experience in farming and poultry,
wife good cook, want position on farm,
and will take farm on shures; good refer
ences Write H. Kolek, Box 23, Route
2. Milwaukie, Or.
WANTED Situation as night watch or Jan.
itor; well acquainted with steam heat;
understand oil burner; good city refer
ence; can furnish bonds. Phono Tabor
3401, or address PavW Leech, . . F. D.
No. 2. Milwaukie, Or.
VIGOROUS elderly man, single, temperate,
reliable, handy mechanically, gardener,
etc., wants steady employment, moderate
wages. Home place. , Recommendations.
H 257, Oregonian.
SPECIALTY salesman wanted to sell widely
advertised office machine. Man with type-(
writer or adding machine experience pre
ferred; state age. experience and telephone
number. Box AK 251, Oregonian.
pOSITION wanted by first-class general
merchandise salesman, well experienced
and know the ousine&a; best of references.
m AC 2t5, Oregonian.
PRINTER An all-round, experienced printer
desires position; Job or ad work, can
handle presses; steady habits; married.
Union. Address A V 761. Oregonian.
ALL-AROUND dry gooos man, window
trimmer, card-writer, live wire, export
E.ilf Hiia.i, married. Address BF 273, Ore
gonian. PRINTER Steady and reliable; no booier;
married ; 14 years' experience. Can come
immediately. Address Box 120, Vaa
WANTED Position in general store, small
town preferred; good salesman and stock
er; understand the business. Can do buy
ins. AV 759. Oregonian.
MAN with good team wants work on farm,
capable of taking charge of place,-. Call
"Woodlawn 2799 or write Teamster, 122
Montana ave., Portland.
$5-0O FOR A JOB Young, married, experi
enced janitor, grocery, delivery, etc. phone
Mar. 2272. Call Al.
CHORES on farm, milking, help housework.
wanted by young man l-i), smaii winter
wages. BF 253, Oregonian.
FURNISHINGS and clothing salesman; can
do busheling, excellent stock keeper. AV
STUDENT wants work in exchange for
room and board. References furnished.
Addre-s N 23S, Oregonian.
MARRIED man, no children, wants posi
tion ou farm; capable of taking full
charge; reference. K. H. Willis, Lents, Or.
MECHANIC Auto and gas engine installa
tions and repairing, any mechanical work;
references. X 20!, Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN, high school graduate, wants
position where there is chance for ad
vancement. AO 268, Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS Japanese baker, has long ex
perience, wants a position, A 268, Ore
YOUNG man. going to trade school, wants to
work for room and board with small
wage. BF 274. Oregonian.
WATCHMAKER, engraver, salesman, wants
position; single; small salary. BC 269,
MAN and wife with two children to take
charge of farm; had experience. Mr. F.
Rickert, 1797 Division st.
WANTED Place to earn all or part of
room and board by senior dental student.
AJ 115, Oregonian.
WANTED Steady position In city by strong
healthy young - man, aged 24, not afraid
of hard work- Phone Tabor 1652.
JAPANESE, first-class cook, wants position
in private family. A 1560, Main 9361.
YOUNG married man wanta position on
dairy ranch. N 255, Oregonian.
WANTED Lawn work; garden work and
odd jobs. Sellwood 182. J. B. Kennedy.
J A PAN USE contractor wants cutting wood
or brush. Main 6521, 2S3 Burnside.
JAPANESE boy wants housework, porter or
any kind. Main 652. 293 Burnside.
YOUNG man, 18 out of school, wants posi
tion; references. phone Woodlawn 2543.
WANTED Brush cutting, also lot clearing.
Box 6S9, Montavilla.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
POSITION by experienced, competent lady
bookkeeper and accountant; best of refer
ences, phone East 6445, AO 254. Orego
nian. STENOGRAPHER with practical office ex
perience desires position; references. Phone
fAVoodlawn '," 4.' J.
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER, 12 years' ex
perience, desires stenographic position
mornings only. Phone B 1943.
EXPERIENCED stenographer wishes perma
nent or temporary positiou. Call Marshall
PUBLIC stenographer desires location and
small salary for services. Tabor 222.
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires per
manent position. S 270. Oregonian.
D resMma kera.
MODISTE recently from San Francisco,
using French styles without patterns, will
make suite, gowns, dresses, capes, etc 243
Kast Broadway, apt, 214. Cail East SSol.
Fl RST-CLASS tailoress from the East; will
sew in family or take work in, suits a spe
cialty; good city references. 225 11th st.
Phone Main 9164.
CHILDREN'S aim plain sewing, also em
broidery done at home, A 2945. Main,
DRESSMAKING and ladies tailoring by
the day, $3; experienced. Tabor 483.
home or day.
d ressmakln g
150 Lane St.
WANXED Sewing by the day, reliable
dressmaker; references. Phone Main 4878.
DRESSMAKING, ladies' tailoring;, altera
tions by day. Main 2333.
M.'RSE desires a few more engagements by
the day or week. Main 3S3.
llo ue keepe rs.
MIDDLE-AGED lady wishes work as house
keeper in widower's or bachelor's home.
Call Monday between S- and 1. SL
Charles Hotel, room 203.
WIDOW lady wants position as housekeeper
in widower's or bachelor's home. Address
Mrs. Anne Musser. 64 East 12th st. Phone
REFINED middle-aged lady desires a posi
tion as housekeeper for -w idower or bach
elor. B 3 4t.S. liC 252. Oregonian.
WIDOW, good cook, wishes position in wid
ower's family or club men as housekeeper;
can give sood reference. Main 9203.
SCOTCH woman wants position housekeeper
any place of trust. 312 llth at.
TWO girls "wish" to do general housework.
Phone Main ti54.
COMFETENT girl us cook or general house
work; wajes $40 and up. Telephone Mala
TWO neat, experienced girls desire cooking
and second work. A 7175. Main 2030.
DINNER parlies, etc., planned, prepared or
served; hour work, any kind. Sellwood
WOMAN with 2 children must have steady
day work for days weekly; please heip
me. Mrs W. E. Smith. 97 E. 3 2d sU N.
EX PE Rl ENCED laundress wishes washing
and ironing. Call East 33&S, from 6 to
9, evenings only.
WANTED by good hand sewer, tablecloths,
sneeis and napkins to hem by Land or
machine. Woodlawn 3137, evenings.
PRACTICAL woman wants day work wash
ing, ironing, sewing and cooking. Tabor
POSITION by first-class lady cock in camp
or small country hotel, good reference
given. Isabel Martin, The Dalles, Or.
YOUNG lady wishes position in uer.tist
office immediately; experienced. N 273.
FIRST-CLASS colored laundress wants
small bundles to take home. Woodlawn
ABLE woman wants work by the day; wash
ing, ironing or housecleaninK ; experienced;
reference. Tel. Marshall MKi.
SCANDINAVIAN girl wants general house
work; wages 33. PF 2-'tl. oregonian.
WOMAN wants day work-, or housework;
needs mony. Main 2'!'2-
j day' WORK washing, cleaning, mending.
LACS curtains, draperies, hand laundered,
20c up; called f-.r; expwa, yHlwood I606,
CAPABLE wemsn wants day work; good
00 K and helpt-r wants position camp or
country hotel. Main phone 772S.
ANTED Arartment-nouse to manage, by
woman of experience and ability. A 4o71.
EX PE Rl ENCED cook wants position in
'American family. Call Ma.n 33V0.
GIRL wants general housework. 1566 E.
GOOD reliable laundress desires more work;
daily or hour. E. 130.
COLORED woman wishes day work. Phone
GIRL wishes light housework and use of
piano. Phone Marshall 32u2