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THE MOTtNTXfj OKEGOXIAN, SATUHDAT, STJPTEMTlEIt 2G, 1914,
t ono a .uDut. dUciatttnf estaDiisn
In Portland with private driveway.
W. A 169W.
J. p. FINLBBY SON.
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN, the leading
funeral director, 220 Third street, ooruar
btimuu. Lady assistant. A 1511 Main 642.
F. S. DUNNING, INO,
Fast Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder at. East 62, B 2525.
A. R. ZELLER CO.. 52 William, ave.
Kat lu8S, C 10&8. Lady attendanu Day
and night service
DUNNING A M' EN TEE, funeral director.
7th and fine. Phone Main 430. Lady at-
Vbnaant. ornce ox uounty coroner.
ru i. uiKAta, wniiams ave. ana J&.noiu
I I r U'UrH ITait lit). nnd i-! u at
Lad y assistant. East 7 81.
SKEWE3 UNDERTAK TNG COMPANYr8d
and Clay. Main 41o2. A 2321 Lady attendant
Martin a forbes CO., florists, 347
W ashington. Main 269 A 1269. Flowers
tor all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., designers and decorators;
fresh cut flowers, great variety. Morrison,
Let. 4th and 6th. Main or A 1803.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 5922.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 812L Sea
THOMPSON Died, September 25, at 11:40
A. M., Mrs. F. D. Thompson, or ou-
Sixty-second avenue S. E. Funeral notice
BNYDER In this city, at Good Samaritan
Hospital. September 20, Frederick W.
bnjuer, aged 28 years, lo months, 1 day.
Dei-eased is survived by a mother and
lather, two brothers, Raymond and
George, and one sister, Adallne Snyder.
He was a member of Harmony Lodge,
No. 106, 1. O. O. F. Financial secretary
Oregon Rebekah, No. 170. and also of, the
Brotherhood o Electrical Kaiiway Em
ployes P. R-, L. & P. Co. Funeral serv
ices will take pTace tomorrow (Sunday)
at 2 P. M. from the chapel of the Skewes
Unuertaking Co., cor. 3d and Clay. Friends
are kindly invited to attend. Interment
Rose City .Cemetery.
M'KEAN In this city, September 25, at
the residence of Mrs. H. D. Slater, 394
Simpson St., Martha McKean, aged 76
years, 8 months and 12 days, mother ot
Charles McKean, of Oswego, Or., and
' grandmother of Claude B. Roycroft, of
this city. The funeral services wm De neia
at the Rodney-avenue Christian Church
il 3 P. M. tomorrow (Sunday). Sept, 27.
Friends invited. The remains are at the
conservatory chapel of F. S. Dunning,
Inc., 414 East Alder sU
B LEASING The funeral services of the late
Catherine M., beloved wife of W. F. Blaes
ing, who passed away in this, city Septem
ber 23, 1014. will take place today (.Satur
day; at 2 :30 P. M. from the tot. James
English Lutheran Church, corner West
Para and Jefferson sts. Friends and ac
quaintances are kindly Invited to attend.
Interment Rose City Cemetery. Remains
will be at the parlors of Lhe Skewes
Undertaking Company, corner 3d and Clay
sts, until 1 P. M. today.
HANSON In this city, September 24, Mrs.
Kate Hanson, aged 04 years. Remains
lor warded by tne Holman Undertaking
Co. to Summit, Benton County, Oregon,
where funeral services vlll be held ana
interment in family cemetery plot.
ETEWART In this city, September 24,
George H. Stewart, aged 57 years. The
remains will be forwarded to Boise,
Idaho, today tSaturday), September 26,
lor interment by F. S. Dunning, Inc.,
East Side Funeral Directors.
MOORE The funeral services of the late
Mrs. Alice Moore, wife of Mr. Walter
Moore, will be held Sunday (.hour and
place will be given in Sunday's Ore
Ionian.) Interment at Mt. Scott Park
HEUSNER The funeral services of the late
John A. Huesner will be held at Hol
man'H funeral parlors at 2 P. M. today
(Saturday), September 26. Friends in
vited. Services at the Crematorium pri-
' vate. Kindly omit flowers.
HEUS.VER The funeral services of the late
John A, Heusner will be held at Holman'a
chapel, 3d and Salmon sts., at 2 P. M.
today (Saturday.) Friends invited. Later
services at Crematorium private.
BLOMDAHL In this city, December 24,
Gus Blomdanl, aged 54 years. Remains
lorwarded by the Holman Undertaking
Co. to Kelso, Wash., for Interment.
MOIM' SCOIT PARK.
Containing 335 Acres,
Portland's Only Modern
Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Helined, 1 leasing Service
Complete, Perfect Equipment
Price nod Terms HeaMuaabltt
Hot fa Telephone.
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At. KADER TEMPLE, A.
A. O. N. II. S. Stated ses
sion Saturday, September 26
at 8 P. M.. Masonic Temple.
West Park: and Yamhill sts.
Visiting nobles cordially In
vited. By order ot the Po
tentate. HUGH J. BOYD, Recorder.
OREGON LODGE No. 101. A. F.
AND A. M. Special communica
tion this ("Saturday) evening at
3::;i o'clock, work In K. C. de
gree. Work in M. M. degree at
7 - Jik n'rlnrlr Vlallln. X pot H -.n
cordially invited. By order ot the W. M.
LESLIE S. PARKER, Secretary.
this (Saturday) evening at T
o'clock. Masonic Temple. Labor
In the M. M. degree. Visiting
brethren always welcome. By or
der w. M
FRED L. OLSON, Secretary.
ACME REBECCA LODGE. NO. 32, I. O.
O. F., wll give a 500 party in their hall. 1st
and Alder sts., tonight (Saturday): good
prizes and refreshments. Admission 15c.
Continuation of the great sale of unclaimed
packages, etc.. for Wells-Fargo Co., at Wil
son's Auction House today at 10 A. 21. J.
T. Wilson, auctioneer.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 Gil AND AVE,
Between Dn via and ttverett.
Phones laat '1423, B 2515. Open Day
Report ail cases of cruelty to this office.
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.
$8000 HOME FOR $5250.
Nine rooms, modern, sleeping porch,
breakfast porch, small gym, beautiful
shrubbery, wonderful view. Willam
$2250 Cash Balance 7,
W. B. STBEETER, 1215 Yeon bldg.
Phone Marshall 3833.
WE BUILD IN ANY I" ART OF CITS
Costing from ?000 to
$20,O0U. also Apart
ments. Flats and Ga
rages. Wo have money
to loan. Call and see
F. E. BOWMAN & CO..
1, Commercial Club Building
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
FAHM ANO CITY- LOANS,
80 Fourth St- Board of Trade Bids;.
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
Money available within 24 hoars after
receipt of abstract. Lowest rates.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northwestern Bank Bids.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CRONAN
002 SpalUinjf Bids., 1'ortland, Or.
REAL STATE DEALERS.
J. H. NASH, 72 Chamber, ot Commerce
bldg., pays cash for real estate- and sale
on easy terms and exchange.
PA LMER-J ON ES CO.. U. 40-4Uii-4Ui
VV iicox bids.
BECK. William . Q., 315-316 Failing bldg.
BENEDICT BKOS., 930 Hawthorne avenue.
fENNiN Qek. CO.. Main 1SS. 2U6 Oregonlao.
For &tle Lota,
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Homes and homes! tes. A lew great
bargains. Every customer Is a reference.
Marshall 4K27. BKOOKE. A 8b3U.
lUOxlUi), S. W. cor. 12th and Hall sts.; fine
building or apartment property,
close in real estate. Owner, o 276,
WE5TOVER TERRACE, corner tiuxDO; own
er will consider good offer and give terms.
M 235. Oregonian.
Suxloo LOT, Omaha at., $3 down, $5 per
month, interest u per cent. uwner,
tnrgo: Home evenings.
HALF block with four houses and one cor
ner lot on Cleveland ave. and Mason su,
at you own price.
LOT oOxlOO. Capitol Hill, cheap for cash.
fnone Mam iwva, room
For Sale Beach Property.
For sale or rent, 8 -room house on "Q"
St., 60 feet from boardwalk; view of ocean
from lower or upper porches.
Lot 60x100; rent $15 per month. Inquire
at Mrs, Jety's real estate office or at res
idence of Mr. Grogan. Seaside, Oregon.
Anyone wishing to buy address James
Dutty, Seaside, Or.
For Hale Houses.
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lots or oyrs; by yoi$r own plans
or ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOMEBUILDER3.
J330 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
NEW HOMES I am going to start three
more 6 and 6-room bouses at Peninsula
Park; if you want to get one of theae
on terms like rent address BF 277, Ore
BARGAIN New six-room bouse, Dutch
kitchen; lot 50x100; price $1875; small
payment down, $18 per month. Including
Interest. A P 276, Oregonian. 1
$2.1 OU A bargain if sold this week; almost
new 0-room modern house, prospective
business district, near Laurelhurst. 1401
FOR SALE The finest new home in Irving
ton, between Brazee and Knott ; price
$9000. F. E. Bon man & Co., Commercial
$1000 EQUITY FOR $250 CASH
In new modern 6-roora home, close-In
on East Side, 1 block to car.
211 Lumber Exchange, cor. 2d and Stark.
$4000 BUNGALOW snap, completely mod
ern, fine location, terms; take lot In
trade. Owner, 373 E. 51st N., corner
MUST SELL on account of sickness, mod
ern S-room house and vacant lot on Mon
ta villa carline- Owner. 125 E. 68th N.
$10 PER month, including interest, buys 80
x200 with 3-roora house; price 1675; Ore
gon City line. A. C Marsters. 202 Wilcox
$li PER month, including Interest, buys
new modern house, 30 minutes out; price
$1250; lot 6Sxl00. A. C. Ma raters, 202 Wil
HOUSES, all sizes, some less than cost. Also
for rent, f urnlsned and tinrurnished. irv
ington. East 273. W. H. Herdman.
NEW modern 12-room house, quarter block.
In Irving ton. Phone R. B. Rice, Eabt
IF YOU want to buy close in on East Side
It will pay you to look at this o rooms.
$3500. Owner. 784 E. Yamhill st.
$1875 $250 CASH.
New 5 -room modern bungalow at 901
Going St.. cor. 30th. Owner. Sell wood 75.
FOR SALE at your "wn price; modern 8
room house near Irvlngton Club; must be
sold; leaving city. Phone East Z4ot.
SELL or trade small bungalow 50x100. 735
E. 72d N. Tabor 4873.
Subnrban Home Property.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water; close to carline;
easy terms, win ouua to suit purcnaser.
Phone Marshall 15K5, or Sellwood 476.
JOHN GIBSON. OWNER.
2 ACRES and 5-room bungalow on 5c car
line, Portland. Or.; wlil sell at a penuine
bargain. Write E. U Walker. 103 W. Main
at.. Central i a, vvaso.
For Sale Houa
FOR SALE New homes. The house snap
of a lifetime ; I will build you a modetn
5-room bungalow, " double constructed,
fireplace, buffet, bookcases, hardwood
flooi a. stationery wash trays. furnace,
chandeliers, window shades, full cement
basement, cement sidewalks In and paid
for, graded lawns, close to school, church
and stores, near car at Peninsula Park,
for $25J0; $250 cash, $25 per month takes
care of principal and interest. BF 253.
WILL sacrifice swell modern 2-family flat.
5 and H rooms, worth $8500, now $!rt,
$1000 down and $5 per month; walking
oistance on E. Yamhill st. See owner, 171
E. 23d st. Phone East 5948.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOM E 7 WE W ILL FURNISH THE
MONEY, BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RES PONS! B LE ; W E KN O W
HOW. TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. EE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS. L. R.
BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING, ARCHI
TECTS. 34 ABINGTON BLDG.
5-ROOM bungalow that is complete In
every detail; there is nothing overlooked
to add comfort and convenience of a
home; 50x100 lot, two blocks from car;
price $2300, $100 cash, balance monthly.
See this before you buy.
C. M DERR,
1100 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
$26 A MONTH,
Which Includes interest, for a good home
in restricted district ; 2 blocks from car
line; les than 25 minutes from town; bai
fireplace, built-in buffet, good large bath
room ; all ready to move in ; lot 50x100;
all graded and lawn made; street work in
and paid for. Call Woodlawn 3006.
WE have some new 4 and 5-room bungalows
wnn tne modern Duiit-in conveniences, oak
floors, shades and fixtures, large Jots, close
to good car. Let our salesman show tnem
to you. We sell our own property.
WESTERN OREGON TRUST CO.,
11O0 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
$7500 VALUE FOR $5500.
A 60-ft. lot with a large 5-room cottage
close in. West Side ; suitable for apart
ment site; well worth $750O; will sell for
$5500 if taken at once; no commission.
Owner. Main 8468 except Sunday.
WE will finance and build your home on
monthly payment. Call at office or pnone
O' DON NELL & STEELE,
501 Corbett Bidg.
EAST FRANKLIN -ST. snap; line 7-room
modern house, 4 bedrooms, furnace; a big
snap at $30UO, $250 down, $15 per month,
near 30th. Make an otter.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414 Corbett bldg. A 1410. Marshall 2.
5-ROOM modern bungalow, mahogany tinlsh,
hard floors, fireplace, built-in conveniences,
shades, fixture and full cement basement,
lot oOxloo, near car. Price $270O, terms.
AN 283, Oregonian.
MODERN 5-room bungalow; fireplace,
shades, fixtures and basement, terraced lot
50x100, clo.se to car; price 2."o. a
month. Including interest. AN 285, Ore
gonian. NEW high-grade Irving ton home for sale
by owner at big sacrifice; located N. W.
corner East 26tii and Thompson; 100x100;
takes $0000 to handle. No trades. Phone
SMALL equity In corner residence in most
rapidly growing district in Portland for
sale cheap, balance on very easy payments.
Call owner before noon or after 6 for ap
pointment. C 1521).
NEVER before at $25 total a month could
you buy for $2500 A classy, well-built
new 0-room unincumbered bungalow. See
H. Vernon, owner, builder, 1020 Yeon bldg.
S-ROOM fairly modern house, on East Tay
lor, near 60th; lot 45x135; streets paved
and paid; price $3750, terms. Phone Ta
bor 4242. owner.
L 2, 5 and
minutes out on
NEW BIG RED STEEL ELECTRIC
. CARS, .
12c commuters fare; 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 3500.
5 ACRES. $250.
$10- down and $5 a month buys 5 acres
good logged -of f land, between Portland
and Central la, on main line 3 railroads.
1 miles from town of 1U00 population;
sawmills, shingle mills and other indus
tries ; some of these tracts are naif
cleared; beautiful trout stream; first-class
bottom land; good soil; lies well, fine lo
cation; 10O acres to choose from; perfect
title, warranty deed.
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.
31 8 Railway Exchange.
PUBLIC MARKET MAKES CLOSE-IN
Have 6 u acres, near Oregon Electric
Ry station, in rich Tualatin Valley, 9
miles from Portland; deep rich soil, no
rocks, slightly sloping; ideal location for
truck garden or poultry farm ; price $300
per acre; part cash, balance on time at
6 per cent.
WILLIAM J. LA ID LAW. Marshall S8SL'
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland ;
new subdivision near G res ham ; 5 acres
$400. $5o0, $700; 3 acres, $500, $700; 10
acres, $750. $000, $1000 per tract; best
soil, free wood, spring water; acreage at
Scappoose, Or., $J5 to $100 per acre.
FRANK M FAR LAND REALTY CO.,
309 Yeon bldg., Portland, Or.
Worth $100 an acre, for $500; HVz acres
of cleared truck soil, close to electric sta
tion, 5 miles from Portland; will sacri
fice for $500 per acre, cash. Investigate.
Address owner, M 278. Oregonian.
10-ACRE snap at Rockwood. on the Base
Lina auto road, 6-roora house, 100 fruit
trees, line berry land, 3 blocks to car; a
big snap, $4000. $."h down, balance to
suit. Zadow & Alexander, 414 Corbett
bldg. A 1416. Marshall 02.
1 TO 20 acres near Concord Station, on
Oregon City carline; ideal building sites;
beautiful view of Mount Hood; price 5t0
per acre. H. G. Starkweather. Phone Oaa
tirove, .fciiack it.
2 ACRES ; running stream, fine soil, close
IF you "want lilio acres, good soil, level, near
timber, address Robert Lawrence, Bend,
Or., or 4405, city. Homesteader.
For Sale Acreage.
8 ACRES, 1 mile of Beaverton, 5 acres In
cultivation, fine homeslte; price right ; no
agents. F. W. AlLen- owner. Forest Grove,
FINEST tracts In Willamette Valley, any
size; your own terms. Get In on the
ground floor. Call 269 Stark st.. near 4th.
FARMERS AND HOMESEEKERS
' No matter how small or large or what
kind of a farm you wish to buy. If you
want good value for your money and a
square deal, see us. Largest list of farm
bargains in Portland to select from.
F. Fl'CHS. 420 Chamber of Commerce.
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 n.. 72. jb isdu.
17 ACRES, 14 mile Tigard. well Improved;
horse, wagon, machinery. 13 tons hay in
barn, about 3 acres of late potatoes. Call
Mil Tr. u fiClh at
RANCH bargain for cash, near electric line,
.near Portland; must sell. By owner, 107
FOR RENT FARMS.
FARM FOR RENT
12 acres, near electric line, 14 miles
from here; well cultivated, diversified
crops, income bearing : owing to poor
health must leave; references. Inquire
6u2 Stevens bldg., Washington St., after
noons, 2 to 4.
WILL yod Invest $3000 in safe, profitable
$12,000 dairying and hog proposition? 138
acres, $luoo cash. Owner, 218 3d st.
FOB SALE TIMBER LANDS.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M CRACK EN, 304 M'ICA Y BLDG.
WANTED Wheat farms in Umatilla County,
north or east of Pendleton ; have some
Portland property, balance cash. Albert
Harala, 785 Mississippi ae. Phone Wood
WANTED About 50-acre improved farm
from owner; have some Portland property
to trade Address box 08, Oak Grove, Or.
WANTED TO KENT FARMS.
DANISH man. 33. siacle. wishes to rent fur-
. nished small dairy ranch about 15 to 20
cows on- shares or will work for salary.
AR 280, Oregonian.
WANTED To rent, small ranch; rent to
improve place; will tako good care of ail
stock ; satisfaction guaranteed. J 275,
TO EXfllAXifi KKAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Income .property In Forest Grove
Value $25,000. Wants alfalfa ranch.
100 acres, 4.000,000 feet timber. Jack
son County, $3ouo. Wants bungalow.
80 acres. 4,000.000 feet timber, 7-9
Silctz, $4000. Wants bungalow or lots.
18 acres near Salem. $2000 equity, $400
mortgage. Anything good in city.
120 acres mile from M osier, $25 acre.
Wan is bungalow, drugstore or other busi
ness. Thousands of other bargains. Anything
you want. Call on Hanslmalr, 421 Abing
I WISH to trade 7 acres of fine land;
on Oregon Electric, adjoining right of way,
2 blocks from station on West Side. 25
minutes' car ride, free of all incumbrance;
will exchange same for Seattle property,
also will trade a lot valued at $650 for
Seattle property. W. J. Davie, 522 Corbett
Irvlngton district; beautiful, modern,
six rooms and sleeping porch, dressing
rooms, all built-in conveniences; streets
paid; will take good lots as first payment.
O. W. Bryan, 509 Chamber of Commerce.
8 ACRES, Southern Oregon. In 3-year-old
pears ana peaches, on Kogue rtiver ana
county road; house, barn and well; 5 min
utes' walk to postoffice and high school;
for Portland home. AR 2S3, Oregonian.
WOULD exchange 40 acres yellow pine tim
ber, title perfect, for Ford car. M ust be
perfect condition. A. B. Stanley. 204 Co
lumbia st. phone Main 7i10.
$25)0 EQUITY In Piedmont home for sale
a,t discount, or trade for small house or
improved acreage. AO 2S0, Oregonian.
IF YOU want a new bungalow and havo a
lot lo turn in as part payment, call owner.
MODERN house in Irvlngton district for
exchange. B. M. Lombard, 11 Madison
bldg. Phone Main 5C02, A 2892.
FINE player piano, good condition; will
consider good lot or acreage. Ask for Mr.
Epton, 432 Chamber of Commerce.
WILL sell or exchange for realty, good
printing plant. Y 27C, Oregonian.
WILL exchange $70O mortgage for clear
vacant. 211 Lumber Exchange bidg.
EQUITY in Portland residence property for
cheap acreage. BF 282, Oregonian.
CLOSE-IN acreage, saie or excnanne, 333
Worcester bldg. Phono Main 7105,
WANT I J) TIMBER LANDS.
We want buy timber for cord wood. T.
Fttoji Co., 203 Burnslde St., Portland, Or.
Horses, Vehicle, Harness. Etc
AUCTION SALE, THURSDAY, OCT. L
COLUMBIA STABLES, 302 FRONT ST.
At above date and place we will sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION 40 or more horses, also
some wagons and harness. A good con
signment of Eastern Oregon horses will be
sold, and we guarantee every horse as
represented when sold.
We will tlso sell horses on a commis
SALE STARTS AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP.
FOR SALE One black gelding S years old;
weight 1400 pounds ; one gray mare, age
t years, weight 1150, beautiful saddler;
natural singlefooter. One bay mare, age
7, weight 1300; one work harness. These
horses are sound, Just came in from the
ranch. Call Main 4086 or 327 Flanders
Horses, mules, vehicles and harness
every Monday and Friday. 10 A. M. The
only strictly commission stables In the
city. Consignment solicited. The Mc
Clelland 'Horse fc Mute Co., 240 E. 8th.
East 14315. '
HAVE rented my place; have a good team,
mare and horse, 7 and U years, weight
2450i set of heavy harness, ell for $200.
Take Oregon City car to Gladstone, come
Up to wagon bridge, cross, turn to left,
FOR SALE Team well-matched, mare 5
years old, weighting 20OO lbs, one 6-year-old
horse, weighing 1450, one small horse
weighing 1000 lbs., one cheap farm horse
weighing 1250. 226 Russel st.
ONE brown horse. 6 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1
gray horse, 9 years old, 1150 lbs.; team of
matched sorrels, weight 2200 lbs. For sale
cheap 241 Jefferson, cor. 2d at.
FOR SALE, cheap, a nice family horse,
high-grade rubber-tired buggy and har
ness. Trial alipwed. 1029 E. Yamhill st.
WAGONS and horses by day. S1.25.
Cohen, 3S1 Water st. Main 220 S.
FOR SALE cheap, good as new rubber-tired
'surrey. Phone Tabor 104.
Pianos, Organ and Musical Instm.tieuts.
WILL store free of charge piano for use of
same; best of care taken; no children;
will also protect by tire insurance. AK
FIRST-CLASS upright grand piano, mahog
any case, nearly new, for sale; would take
good graphonola for part. B 1010.
$24S BUYS elegant $450 piano, good condi
tion; terms. Koom 1, 92 1st su
Dog, Birds, Pet Stock.
WANTED A good Chesapeake Bay dog or
an English setter that will retrieve ducks.
if price is reasonable. A V 778, Oregonian.
3 PRETTY bull pups, 2 males. 5 weeks old,
with pedigree; will be sold reasonable. 452
Salmon st. Marshall fo:3.
FOR BALE Toy Boston puppies, pedlgrecu.
207 Knott st. near Williams ave.
AIREDALES, great pals, guarus and buat
ers. Lad d ix Kenneis. Esiacada, Or.
Furniture For Hale.
HEATER, 2 beds, sectional bookcase, rocker
chairs, Mason fruit Jars and other house
hold articles. 1117 K. HarriBon; Hawthorne
car to 37th, walk south.
WILL sail the furniture of my 0-room
apartmont. as it stands, excellent condi
tion ; reasonable. AK 274, oregonian.
FOR SALE Office desks, typewriter, fil
ing cabinets, etc., at a bargain. 1129
N. W. Bank bldg.
NICE furniture of ft rooms for sale. 30 E.
11th su N.
FURNITURE S-room cottage; rent $5;
cheap. Call mornings. 711 Tlbbetts,
8 FRESH' cows cheap at Columbia Boule
vard station; take Vancouver car, go 1
FOR SALE cheap, fresh cow and calf; -also
one heifer giving gallon and one-baif.
Phone Tabor 2 720.
WILL trade an improved city lot for live
stock. R. Perkins, 110 E. 7Sth st. N.
Poult ry .
WANTED One hundred White Leghorn
pullets, March or April hatch; must be
from good stock; state price. AD 278,
NEW MOTOR TRUCKS.
Any capacity from 75o lbs. to 5 tons;
you can pay for It In monthly installments;
will sell without any payment down pro
viding you -can give substantial security;
let the truck earn Its payments and earn
you good money - besides; get the detail.
11 243, Oregonian,
STUDEBAKEH "30," with delivery body.
In perfect mechanical condition; new
oversize tires and complete equipment in
cluding power pump, chains, etc. This is
an exceptional bargain and If sold this
week will take $350. Phone Mr. Miller,
1D13 5-PASSENGER Chalmers master six.
refinished and overhauled; oversize tires
on ruar, 1 ertra; must ride In this car to
appreciate the power and riding qualities;
terms if necessary. Phone Main 5368.
H. L. Keats Auto Co.
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES.
Large stock. Prices, $300 to $750.
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO..
Corner Chapman and Alder Sts.
1911 CADILLAC, touring, nickel trimmings,
4 tires good. Are you interested if price is
right? II. L. Keats Auto Co., Broadway
and Burnslde sts.
HIGH-GRADE used car. demountable rims,
good tires, price and terms to suit. H. L.
Keats Auto Co., Broadway and Burnslde
CADILLAC, 1910, four-passenger. In best
condition; good tires and complete equip
ment; will sacrifice for $450. H 277, Ore
gonian. WILL sell my repainted, practically new
1SU3 car, electric lights, self-starter, for
$050 cash; 5-passenger. BO 2t4, Orego
nian. FOR SALE, 5-passenger louring car In good
running order, with good tires; would
make good delivery wagon, $00 cash. Cail
TWO -TON TRUCK.
Two-ton truck in good mechanical con
dition, new tires, stake body and top, $650,
easy terms. X 265, Oregonian.
I HAVE an Apperson car which has had the
best of care and is In first-class condition,
will part with it only for cash at a bar
gain price. AN 275. Oregonian.
FOR HIRE 5-passenger 1914 Ford, $1.50
per hour; special races for day or week.
Main 1201. Alter 5:30 call East 430S.
1913 OVERLAND roadster, A-l condition;
owner leaving town. Phone H 3165.
FOR HIRE Five' passenger Cadillac, $2 an
hour. Call Main 6922.
FOR SALE 1912 Overland Roadster. Terms.
J 270, Oregonian.
$400; 1-TON auto truck. lill model good
condition, with top; bargain. P 2a, Ore
gonian. A UTOS for hire, $1.50 per hour. 274 Stark
st. Mam 6720.
WANTED Light delivery body for a Ford.
Office phone. Main 4332.
113 EXCELSIOR, perfect condition, com
pletely equipped, $150; $25 per month,
112 6th st.
TYPEWRITERS for renu 3 months for $5
and up; 6 months' rental applied on pur
chase price. Remington Typewriter Com
pany, 60 Broadway, Portland Or.
WE save you from 50 to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our illus
trated folder, retal department. WHOLE
SALE TYPEWRITER CO., 321 Wash su
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, $10 to $03.
NORTHWEST TYPEWRITER CO
262 Stark St.
NEW re-built, second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C, 231 Stark sU Main 1407.
Those desiring to shoot a good lake, lo
cated near Woodland, Wash., on Columbia
River, please communicate with me, Glenn
Buzorth, Woodland, Wash.
TENTS 10-ounce duck at less than one
half cost. Used only a few days; 2 14x16,
$7.65 each; 1 10x24, $12.0O; 1 20x30, $18.
Inquire at 103-luS Grand ave. East 4 SO.
or B 1SS0.
12-GAUGE, Lefever hammerless, automatic
ejector, adjustable trigger screw ; extra
high grade ; $60; 12-gauge high-grade
Parker haramerlees, $30. 13 N. 3d.
WHY pay $25 for your suit or raincoat when
you can get the same for $15? Money
Back Shop, 342 Washington, Morgan bldg.
Open till 8 P. M.
SECOND-HAND typewriters In remade con
dition, very cheao for cash only. $1 up.
U. L- Stelnau. 337 E. 47th SU B 1883.
SA FES All si'zes, at cost ; safes repaired.
M osier Safe Cc, 409 Northwestern Bank
bldg. Mam 7676. '
BEAUTIFUL sealskin jacket, used little, no
traces of weai or soil, at real bargain. AN
2b 2, Oregonian.
HOCHFELD-S CAMERA EXCHANGE.
I buy, sell and exchange kodaks, cam
eras" and lenses. 44 Va North 3d st.
DIAMOND house paints, strictly pure; made
in Oregon, per gallon, $1.65. Portland
Paint Co. Marshall 100. 230 Front st.
20 H. P. horizontal boiler, firebox, A-l con
dition; a bargain. Ersted, 46 2d. M. 8766.
BARGAINS in new and second-hand fix
ature s.sh ow cases. 4a N. loth. Mar. 774.
101 Firsi su
ONE good gasoline woodsaw traction, cheap
for cash. Call 429 Hawthorne ave.
CONCORD GRAPES, 3c per pound, deliv
ered, phone your orders. East 6914.
U'E Basse tt s Native Herbs for rheumatism.
50 tablets for 25c. All druggists.
COMPLETE moving-picture outfit. 239
TWO 6-foot plate glass floor cases; mirror
backs; cheap. 243 Washington su
VIS 1BLE TY PEW R1TERS ren ted 3 moauj
far $4. Main 6273. A 4441. 244 Stark su
$125 VACUUM cleaning machine, A 1 condi
tion, at bargain. Main 5034, A 5u70.
DOUBLE-BARREL hammerless gun, good as
new. at Gunst's Cigar Store, 3d and Alder
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BUYERS.
HONEST DEAL. WE PAY THE HIGH
EST PRICE FOR MEN'S AND LADIES
CLOTHES, SHOES, TRUNKS, SUIT
CASES, ETC. TRY US. CALL MAIN
6105. 203 MADISON ST, OR 251 FRONT.
THE GLOBE STORE WANTED.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING AND
CALL MAIN 206U, 2S5 FIRST STREET,
AND you will get highest cash prices, no
matter what you have. Cail M. 20b 0.
AT J. MYER'S,
WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING, $5 AND UP.
SHOES BOUGHT. RELIABLE BU YEIt,
247 MADISON ST. MAIN 3595.
CORD WOOD WANTED.
Want 1hju rords No. 1 and No. 2 cord
wood, green or dry. t. o. b. Portland. Will
exchange l team heavy workhorses, extra
good. P 277, Orc-gonlan.
LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.,
221 Front St., buys second-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, ranges, hardware or tools
of any kind. Call A 7174 or Main 90.
Our buyer calls promptly.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING WANTED.
Highest prices paid for second-hand
clothes, shoes, etc. 120 6th N. Main 2845.
DO NOT sell or give away any of your fur
niture before you call the Bell Auction
House. 1J4 2d SU Marshall 47S3.
ND-HAND FURNITURE. ETC., WANTED.
Don't give it away. Get our figures first.
Standard Fur. Co., 1S2 Isu Main 4773.
BEST prices for everything. Call our j unk
depu Main 663 or A 1663. Barde.
WE tint rooms for $2.30; paint houses at
your price. Phone East 171.
WANTED Three National cash registers at
once; will pay spot cash. Main 606.
CASH paid for hair combings. Sanitary
Btauty parlors. 400 Dekurn bldg.
BEST used victrola; spot cash; full particu
lars lirst letter. Y 278. Oregonian.
FORD AUCTION CO. pays more cash for
any kind of furniture. Main 951.
WANTED 10 or 45-h.p. tubular boiler; also
30-h.p. engine. Phone Tabor 42os.
. SPOT CASH
For your furniture, phoue Sellwood 16S2.
HELP VANTEI MALE.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A.
All young men seeking employment 13
commercial, clerical or technical lines are
cordially invited to consult the employ
ment secretary. -
Calls for men irom employers ...2S55
Posit:oiis filled 1941
Employment membership $5 per annum,
T".arantes 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. Bid.
Wanted, strictly first-class plumber,
understands estimating ; must be honest,
sober and Industrious; great opportunity to
make big money V steady work; this is one
chance in a lifetime for the riht man. AN
YOUNG MAN not over 25 who has some
Knowledge of drygoods and knows how to
rop packages neatly; must write a good
legible hand. Salary $45 to start with.
Rapid advancement to proper person. BD
$600 IN CASH and a man that Is willing
to work can make good big money for
these times with a truck. We have the
Job and truck. Write us. AC 253, Ore
gonian. USE spare time to build up mail order busi
ness of your own; we help you start for
a share in profits; 27 opportunities; par
ticulars free. Mutual Opportunities Ex
change, Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED Mill superintendent who will in
vest at least $'-UO0 dollars; good salary
to right party. P. O. box 957, Vancouver,
CASH Advanced you weekly selling my hardy
guaranteed stack; excellent territory; hus
tlers make money. Washington Nursery
C Toppenlah, Wash.
WANTED Driver for dye works, good posi
tion for man that wants to work. Must
be of neat appearance and a good ru&tler.
Call at 2St Grand ave.
WANTED Gentleman for laundry route.
Must have A-l references aud some cash.
AP 22. Oregonian.
PHOTO coupon offer; something good; sal
ary. Va.3sar Studio, Abington bldg.
PHOTO coupon; new ticket for live ones.
Cutberth Studio, Dckum bldg.
PHOTO agents, something new; extra com
missi jn paid. Sarony Studio, Royal bldg.
EXPERIENCED monumental salesmen want
ed. Inquire box 203, Spokane, Wash.
BOY wanted for general office work and
errands; references. AB 276, Oregonian.
BOY wanted. Apply Huntley Drug Company,
4 th and Washington.
WANTED First-class coat maker,
man, 311 Selling bldg.
BOY wanted with wheel; steady Job. In
quire 327 Stark.
DELIVERY boy with wheel. K. S. -Ervln &
Co., Selling bldg.
WANTED Pin boys at the Oregon alley a
86 1 Broadway.
W" AN TED Man and wife to work nights
i u small restaurant. No. 6 E. 2Sth.
BARBER wanted, steady job. 205 Morrison.
Help Wanted Agents.
WANTED Responsible agents everywhere;
by the largest, best-known nursery in the
Northwest. Liberal commission, steady
position. Address Oregon Nursery Or
WANTED Live, energetic men and women
to sell raincoats; good paying proposition.
SEE ME. L I. RANKE. Hotel Eaton.
Main S17Q. Call mornings or after 6 P. M.
AGENTS wanted everywhere on new house
hold necessity ; exclusive territory. 13
Chamber of Commerce, Portland, or.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Help Wanted Salesmen.
DEMONSTRATORS Improved one-minute
darner, better than hand work ; no can
vassing; unique system does selling; sure
sales, big profits. P 273. Oregonian.
SALESMEN wanted to travel; . money
ma kf r. 5v5 Chamber of Com. bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
STENOGRAPHER, bookkeeper, one tamllinr
with manufacturing; must be quick and
accurate ; state experience, reference and
salary earned. BD 2S4, Oregonian.
WOMAN about 40 to keep house; must be
neat and reliable ; one who would appre
ciate good home rather than big wages.
Addrdess AG 2i5, Oregonian.
MRS. HOWE'S LADIES AGENCY.
Washington bldg.. 270 Vi Washington, room
85. near 4th. Phone Main 8836 or A $266.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for re
- sponsible position. Viavl Company. 423
Pittock block. 385 Washington.
2 EXPERIENCED waitresses $2 day, $7
week. Howe's Agency. 35, 270 Washing
ton. WANTED Good girl for general house
work; must like children. 102S Raleigh
su Main 8284.
FIVE girls to learn beauty culture; pay
while learning. 414 Dekum bldg. Sani
WOMAN wanted to do general housework,
no cooking: hours 8 to 2; wages $-0. Cail
S to 11. East 692S.
WANTED Girl to do general housework In
return for room and board. Call Sellwood
WILL giye refined young lady good home In
exchange for light housework. Tabor 370.
HOUSEWORK. $13 to $40; housework out.
$20. St. Louis Agency. A 7175; Main 2039.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress, $30,
city. 34 5 H Washington, room 7.
GIRL for general housework, good wages.
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
PHOTO-COUPON agents wanted; new prop
osition : virgin territory; either sex. Ad
dres Harry James, Aberdeen, Wash.
STUDENTS fitted for the stare by Francis
Murray, an actor of 25 yeans' experience.
4u9 Stearns bldg.
LEARN art of acting; engagements open
f r capable actors. 409 Stearns bldg.
Flsk Teachers Agency secures positions for
teachers. 216 Journal bldg. Main 4835.
HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
THOUSANDS Government Jobs open to
men and women yearly ; $63 to $ 1 50 per
month; common education sufficient.
Write immediately for list of positions
open. Franklin Institute, DepU 349 R.
Rochester. N. Y.
- COME TO OUR EVENING SCHOOL.
and take a bookkeeping or shorthand
course durtng your spare time ; only $3
per month, 6 months $-5. Central Commer
cial College, "the school of success," Cen
tral bldg.. Tenth and Alder.
WE TEACH practically witri actual ma
chinery In operation, electrical, gas and
steam engineering, machine shop work
and automobile repairing. Send for new
catalogue. Seattle Engineering School, loo
to 110 Went Roy street. Seattle.
MRS. HINSDALE is now ready to take
young men and young women for thor
ough business training in shorthand, book
keeping, penmanship, etc 502 Empress
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
reduced. 233 Madison su
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE wants men
and women to learn the trade in 8 weeks,
clean work, percentage paid while learn
ing, tools free; scalp and face massage a
specialty; send for free catalogue. 4H N. 2d.
RAILWAY mail clerks. P. O. clerks, car
riers; exam, soon; parcel post demands
many more clerks; act at once. Pacific
S t ate School. McKay bldg., city.
GOVERNMENT positions are easy to get
My free booklet. Y-H091. tells ..ow. Write
today now. Earl Hopkins, Washington.
PREPARE to be firemen, brakemen; earn
$120 monthly; send age, postage. Rail
way Educational Association, care Ore
gonian. WOMEN Get Government Jobs; thousands
vacancies yearly ; list positions open to
women iree. rranKiin iiisiiiuce. uept
7U3R. Rochester. N. Y.
MEN, 18. to 35, become railway postal clerks,
commence $75 month; sample examination
questions free. AV 704. Oregonian.
LEARN to drive an auto. Expert instruc
tor. Call at 86 loth su. beU 12 and 2 P.
M., or phone Marshall 406.
LE A RN moving picture operating; terms
reasonable, steady work. 226 2d st.
ELITE PRIVATE BUSINESS COLLEGE,
404 Commonwealth Bldg.. Mar. 4258.
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. $5 PER MO.
269 14TH ST. M. $893. EXP. INSTRC'N.
TWO men to learn auto repairing and driv
ing. Hawthorne Garage. 443 Hawthorne.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
POSITION wanted as bookkeeper or office
manager by reliable man of more than
avjraye executive ability ; experience as
manager of manufacturing plant; best rer
erences. phone Marshall 21b2, C 1305.
1'. O. Box 116i.
PARTY with four ears' experience handling
credits in Washington and Oregon for two
large concerns Is open for crednman's po.
siti jn or assistant . thoroug h experience.
AP 279. Oregonian.
YOUNG man, 25. ex-groceryman, with 2
years experience in the canning of fruits
and vegetables, wants a Job ; also knowl
edge of bookkeeping and stenography. N
27 y, Oregonian.
YOLNG MAN. good appearance, honest and
reliable, wantj position as collector, sales,
man. or solicitor. Good references. 655
Borth wick st. Wood lawn I60I.
REGISTERED pharmacist wants good posl.
tion. A-l references and can handle t he
brush lor window cards. Marshall 460.
YOUNG married man, experienced general
merchandise, wants position in small
town; best of references. 407 Roselawn
YOUNG man, 24, would like to connect
himself with some reliable firm; best of
reference j. N 2 7 8, Oregonian.
WANTED Position, law office, by young at
torney, member of Supreme Court of U. S.
Also expert accountanU 634 Y. M. C. A-
ACCOUNTANT wants evening worn on small
sets of accounts. AE 229, Oregonian.
WANTED By man with family, steady po
sition of any kind ; common labor. Main
717; A 1517.
A YOUNG man wishes to tutor a Leginner
In violin playing in exchange for room and
board. AG 27y, Oregonian.
WANTED Situation in wholesale house.
Janitor, watchman or any place of truau
city reference. Woodlawn 2706.
WANTED By common laborer, work of
anv kind. Must have work. Main 717;
WANTED By experienced man, position
as porch column giuer, lath grader, or
driving team. Main 717; A 151T.
EXPERIENCED all-"cund baker, A-i on
cak:s and pies, wants position. Main 717;
WANTED By reliable married man, oai
tion as fireman, engineer, or night-watchman;
well experienced. Main 717; A 1517.
WANT ED By elderly reliable man, light
work, good home, small pay. Main 717;
WANTED By experienced married man.
work on tarm Capable of taking charge.
Main 717; A 1517.
WANTED Position as Janitor, handy
around house. Main 717; A 1517.
WANTED Position as carpenter's helper.
Mam 717; A 1517.
CARPENTER wants day or contract work;
expert repairing or remodeling. East 4891.
EXPERIENCED hotel clerk wants position
in Oregon. AB 27S, Oregonian.
PAPER HANGER and painter wants work;
family of 7. Main 297.
WANTE D Lawn work ; garden work and
odd Jobs. Sellwood 1S2. J. B. Kennedy.
ALL-AROUND machinist wants a Job. Y
275. Oregonian. -. ,
WINDOW cleaner, work guaranteed; must
have work. Phone Mar. 2272.
YOUNG- Japanese schoolboy wishes any kind
ox position. jj -it. urcBunwii.
BOY of 16 wishes work of any kind. Q.
T- T" lira w-H ( y
EXPERIENCED all-around baker wants a
steauy position, .x zt t, oregonian.
GOOD Japanese wants cooking, porter or
chamber work. R 279. Oregonian.
W A N TED Position on farm, man and wife;
best of references. J 27 S. Oregonian.
A-l JAPANESE cook wants position iu pri
vate family. Phone A 3130 today.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
A MAN of 30 with experience in account
ing, auditing and office management
lumber, railroad and public; reierente
and bond if necessary; will accept mo J
erate salary if there Is chance to ad
vauce. BF 2S4, Oregonian.
YOUNG man, Swiss, of good persona lit:,
speaking English, French and Gernu:
4 fluently, desires position as traveling cor
pan ion or entertainer. Y 277, Oregoma
PRINTER Steady and reliable; no booscr
married; 14 years' experience. Can com
immediately. Address Box 126. fc
EXPERIENCED apartment-house Janit '
and wife want position. Capable, horn s
ana re n a Die. tte&sonaoie salary. A.K.
SALESMAN, several years experience, j
sires position, general store; capable
ing charge any department; best of rc
ences. W 277. Oregonian.
BRIGHT, energatic boy. living with par
desires position in grocery store or wr
sale house. BF 2i0, Oregonian. or pi
A MAN, mldd le-aged, who has mother
support, must nave worn; wants jai
or laboring work of any kind. AP
WANTED Position of any kind by yo
man ; can drive light truck ; has e
rience in garage; know the streets v
Call East 6944.
YOUNG married man wishes position
chauffeur in private family ; thoroug
competent ; good references inrnis
Phone Marshall 113.
CHAUFFEUR. German, young man,
around good -driver, wants position.
EXPERIENCED Janitor wants posit
room wages, work around private h
MAN cook, who knows his business waV
work. Wife will help if needed. Haweu.j
511 Ilth st. Marshall 1S42.
COOK, sober, all-round, wants steady posl-!
tion in country or city. Wless. k
Flanders st. Phono Marshall 4074.
DENTAL student wishes to work for boax
and room. Phone East 974 excepting Sun
CHINESE boy wiahes wotk in a family where
ne can attena puuiic school. Address J-4,
REGISTERED druggist wants position tot
begin worK. onout .November 1 or sooner
Address AV 7s3 Oregonian.
YOUNG married man. practical and wit:i
college education, desires to learn sonic.
MAN and wife want Job on ranch; no chil
dren, good references. AK 281, Oregonian,
or .Mr. t iniey, iiain yui.
MiiV ING-PICTURE operator wants even
Ing work; f irst-claps man ; repair any
machine. AP . , Oregonian.
WASHINGTON High School student wants
a place to work for room and board.
i'tione seuwooa i'4i.
YOUNG man (Swiss), formerly butler, look
ing for work; everything. S 278, Ore
gonian. WANTED, by married man. situation in
wholesale house; city references. Wood-
FRANK KAMBOLOFF & CO. wants to get
contract work of any kind in digging
grouna. inquire .Main 7-44.
COOK open for position in few days, country
hotel. No. 1 all-round man. BF 281, Ore
gonian. J A PAN ESK school boy wants position, pri
vato home. Main 3076; A 5037.
SITUATION'S WANTED FEMALE,
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOL'NO lady, experienced in oiTice work
bookkeeping, billing, etc.; neat, business
like and good references. Telephone East
B Y assistant bookkeeper; thoroughly ex
perienced in taking telephone calls and
waiting upon public; references. Phunc
STrNOGR APHEi;. asistant bookkeeper
seven years- experience lumoer lusints
WELL educated young woman must have
work; exchange operator or any office
work. A -o, urtgonian
BY' an experienced, educated lady sten
ographer. Phoue Main 353. Mrs. Dick
EXPERIENCED stenographer, general of-
iice worn, wants position. Jiarsiiau cu-
ASSISTANT bookkeeper and stenograp
desires position; references. Phone Wo
CAPABLE stenographer with business
perience wants position; good reference
V u, oregonian.
STENOGRAPHER-BOOKKEEPER. 3 vear
experience, desires position, Vooaiawr
WA NT ED By experienced girl, position a?
bilicr and typist. Main 71 7; A 1517.
MoDiSTE recently from San Francisco.
using French styles without patterns, wlUl
make suits, gowns, cresses, c a pecs, eta.
cjsi uroiuwuy, ipu 21. tan .ast ?t
WANTED Plain sowing and mending
homo by day, or wlil go out. Main 7
FASHION ABLE dress makimz reasonab
home or day. 150 Lane su Main 9519.1
SATISFACTORY dressmaking done at my
home. 2bO-2 Park st. .Marshall 4SoV.
EXPERIENCED dressmaker, $2.50 per day.
AP 2 SO, Oregonian.
REFINED young German lady wishes posi
tion afi nurse; speaks German and Frencb;
best references ; no housework or cook
lug. AJ 278, Oregonian.
PRIVATE home for Invalids; trained nursr;
homo comforts ; reasonable; reference.
Phone Tabor 2213.
YOUNG girl wishes situation as nurse giriS-
Liirwiian science noma preierrea. vvoou
PRACTICAL nurse wants position; Dr. TeLi
erences. phono East 5212.
EXPERIENCED woman wants position as
housekeeper in bachelor's apartment or
take charge rooming-house or hotel. Tabor
POSITION as housekeeper by mlddle-ag
woman in widower's tamlly, or take ca
of old lady or aged couple. Phone Tab
YOUNG lady would like to keep house f
widower or bachelor. Call at 506 Flai
de-s st., between 14th and 15i h.
WOMAN wishes house keep In . out of clt
preferred; good cook. &o 6th st, nea
WOMAN wants housework or housekeepe
place, about $2t per month. Main 717-'
WOMAN with boy 8 years wants position
as housekeeper. Country preferred. Main
717; A 1517.
WOMAN with boy 4 years desires houaj
keeping position, or housework in fanai 1
Main 717; A 1517.
EXPERIENCED woman wants work IfeA
cook or bouse Keeper, city or counut.i
w ooaiawn o-iav.
HOUSEKEEPER wishes work at ondt-J
Please call phone Main 86S9.
SWEDISH girl wishes housework. 2015 E&Ut
Taylor su 1
LADY would like 2 or 3 hours work after
10:30 A. M., restaurant, cafeteria or board
ing house. Marshall 549.
WANTED By elderly woman, liht work,
good home with small pay. Main 717;
CAPABLE woman with son In Lincoln
High wants place tu earn their expenses.
Phone Marshall 5486.
FIRST-CLASS laundress will do fine wash
ing at home and rough dry. reasonable
WANTED By reliablu woman, children to
care for by day, or week. References.
Main 717; A 1517.
BY two middle-aged women, entire charge'
or small hott Kitchen out of city. ln
quire room 222. Dayton Hotel.
POSITION as cook for five to 6 men; out
preferred. Inquire Hotel Dayton.
TWO Finnish girls want general housework ;
wages sz 010 L.o. v ooa:awn 43.
WANTED A position as cook in or o
town, good wages. i0, 0th sU N.
WANTED Day-work and laundry to ta
home. Main 717; A 1517.
YoUNG gfrl wants position in doctor or dei
tint s ottice. i'hone w ooaiawn 042.
WOR1C w anted, camp, hotel or any kind.
Mrs. Allen, 267 Jefferson St., room 2.
WANTED Work by hour, or as second cook
430 Jefferpon st. A 2761.
COLORED ex-teacher wishes a position pb
nurse or 2d work ; references. Main 3816.
EXPERIENCED teacher wants position as
governess; references. N 275. Oregonian.
liiONlXO, cleaning, Monday. Thursday ; pri-
COMPETENT colored girl wishes cliamb
maia or uay wora. jast 6t62.
A RELIABLE colored woman wishes
place as chambermaid. phone Main 49.
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X i -- f- ' ' ' n w 1 anj mill v. v Ul v. rilOrt
Main 9574. '
MOTHER and daughter want chamber
in hotel. West Side. Marshall 3066.