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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN. MONDAY-! MAT 24, 1915.
AUSTKACT OF TITLE.
I'llO.VI'T SKUVICE at reasonable prices.
l aciric Tula fc Iruni Co.. 7 Cli. of Com.
A('4'Ult!10, kiui'tt sud bux pleatuiK, picot
Iuk. hemstitcluiiic braming. eiubruiderinff.
Kastera Novelty Ulg. Co., bo a Gib. .1.
MaU orders prompuy attended lo.
K. STEPUAN Hemstitching and scalloping,
accord. side pleat, bullous covered, goous
ponged, mail orders, Alder. M. toTtf.
ASSAVtKcS A1 ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAy OFFICE. Ill Vs 2d. Gold,
liver and platinum bought.
AK1IST, HATE K LOlAJJUi, CHINA
JKANNE M. SfEWAKT, IW8 Fttlock block.
ilALL sc KLIKDNKU. lawyers; consultations
free. 2ua- Klieiiimr bldg. Mar. BOOT.
J. SILFOKD Jit;L.ao.N". lawyer, removed 618
I'lttock blk. Main Tolil. Consultation free.
C A Kl'KT HKAVtr.S.
KORTUWESI KUU CO. Kuts from old car-
yets, rag ruga. 188 E. Stli. 14otn phones.
Cmj.fLoTi) BUTTON'S, BADulili.
THE 1HW1X-HOUSUN COMPANY.
87 Washington st. Main S12 and A 1254.
tYilllain, Kstello and William, Jr.. Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists iu the city.
Parlors ovt Uerlinger bldg., s. W. corner
'-'d and Alder, l'hone Main 1301.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Office Fllcdne-r bldg. Main o473.
ciuboi'kactk: nkkve SPECIALIST.
XU. A. H. BRIQGS, 606 Swetland bldg.
Ir. Poulson. specialist in paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. ooU Pittock blk. M. 8414.
DR. U'UAHON, 6th year. Chronic rases tak
ing time, 81 treatments. $15. 11 -th st.
CI.BAXIXO and pressing.
DRKSS SUITS for rent. We press one suit
each, week for $1.60 per month.
UNIQUE TA1LCIRI.NO CO.,
Wtt Stark St.. bet. 6th and 6th. Main 614.
CLAIMS of any description collected on per
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
428 Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 4SO.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co.,
" N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
' ETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 1790
No collection, no charge, Established 111 00.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
PtrRRUILLK BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d at.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
psggage & Omnibus Transfer. Park and Davis
Rnyal Bakery Ac Conf..lnc, 11th and Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRI' WK1NHARD, 13th and Burnslde.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
imVGOODS, NOTIONS. FURNISHINGS.
U.ISCHKU, MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash St.
Ftubha Elec irlcal Co.. 9th and pine streets.
Albera Pros Milling Co.. Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSEK, Hoard of Trade bldg.
WADHAM9 CO.. 67-75 Fourth at.
COMMERCE TO BE STUDY
INDUSTRY' ALSO TO UK PART OF
ItElCD college; COIBSE,
Co.tiprration f Bis liusincas Interests
anil t number of Portland
Tlead College will open Its new
courses In Commerce and Industries
next September. These courses are
planned primarily as preparation for
men who wish commercial careers in
The advanced courses in accounting
and commercial methods will be offered
next year by Professor Hudson B.
Hastings, and will be followed by his
courses in banking and in public
finance and in corporation finance.
I'rofessor Hastings has an extraor
dinary ranse of preparation for his
It is the object of the College to
develop the courses in economics, com
mercial organization and industrial re
sources in close connection with the
actual business conditions of the North
west. A larpre number of the mills, de
partment stores, banks, railroad offices
and wholesale houses have agreed to
co-operate in this new work so that
the advanced students at Iteed College
may use these establishments for pur
poses of study. The whole city will be
the laboratory of the department.
l'resident Foster and Professor Hast
ings are members of the new Chauii.er
of Commerce and n re using every ef
fort to organize the instruction and
research work of the college so that
it may make use of the Chamber of
Commerce organization and, at the
same time, contribute aid to the work
of the Chamber.
A committee of the Board of Trustees
of Reed College has been organized in
connection with the new courses in
commerce and industries. The members
of the committee are: A. 11. Averill, C.
C. Colt, Edward Cookingham,. J. C
Knglish. A. U. Mills, Ben Selling and
Guy W. Talbot.
20 IN COURTS KISS LAD
lothcr Wins Point in Suit Over
Possession of Son.
TACOMA. Wash., May 23 (Special.)
Twenty women who. attended the
hearing kissed both mother and little
son In court Saturday when Judge Chap
man granted the motion for a continu
ance of the order to show cause why
Mrs. Lane should not turn her son,
Ciilbert Hamilton. Rged 7, over to Mrs.
liva Hamilton, of Portland, his grand
mother, under an order of the Clacka
mas County court In Oregon issued in
1913. The hearing was continued to
Mrs. Lane appeared In court with the
youngster, who clung tightly to her
arm throughout the proceedings. A mo
tion by Mrs. Hamilton's lawyer that the
boy be placed in custody of some "re
sponsible" person to be produced at the
hearing was not opposed. Mrs. Lane
asked that her son be placed in the
custody of Chief Probation Officer
Healey until May 31. and this was
A. 8. Niool Laid to TCest.
Funeral services for the late Archie
P. Niool were conducted at the Holman
undertaking establishment Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by Palestine
1-otlge. Many Masons, representatives
from the United States Reclamation
Service and other friends attended. In
terment was in Greenwood Cemetery.
Rev. H. T. Green conducted services
at the chapel. Mr. Nicol was engineer
in charge of the construction of the
Tumalo dam on the Tumalo irrigation
project. He was 32 years of age and
leaves a mother In Pennsylvania and
a wife and child.
Catlilamet Programme Given.
CATIILAMKT, Wash., May 23. (Spe
cial.) Cathlamet's school closed Fri
day evening with an excellent pro
gramme given in West's hall. The
high school girls presented the play
"A. Symphony in Black." The proceeds
of the entertainment will go toward
the purchase of a piano for the school.
Ashland Obtains Mr. Puryca.
ASTIIAND, Or., May 23 (Special.)
PKOF. WAL. WILSON, 80 5th St.. bet.
tark and Oak. fepeciul Summer rates; o
private lessons for $2. Morning, afternoon,
evening Waltz, hesitation, one-step and
nil latest dances; guaranteed. classes
Vhurs. and Saturday evenings. 7 to 6:30.
g-'C. Broadway, 21o0.
UKATH'S SCHOOL, Lessons daily; class
Friday evening. 8 to 10. 10S ad St.. bet.
U asmngton and Stark. Lessons c
PlNKJillTO.N 4i CO. U.S.DETCTIVE AGC1".
,, Kstabllshed over 140 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECT! VIS WORK.
Investigations and reports made on indi
viduals anywheru. Consultation free. Of
fices 41.-13 Lumbermen's Bans; bldg.
Phone Main 7741.
EYE, KAK, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. ,17 Uekum bldg.. 3d & Wn.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. 11. Electrlu Co., 31 1st sl M. Pnone
HATS. CLEANING AND BLEACHING.
PANAMAS blocked and bleached 75c; straws
fc felts 50c. Kaufman's, 88 3d St., nr. Stark.
H. J. ALTSTOCK. 141 A, Broadway.
A. Uij BLANCHE. 408 Washington.
WIVIOTT BROS.. 412 Morrison.
HASTY MESSENGER CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles, phone Main 53, A 2153.
ELIZABETH'S. Orpheum Theater bldg.
Emil Thielhoxn. violin teacher; pupil Sevclk.
207 Fliedner bldg. A 4160, Marshall 1020.
DK. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralycls, nerv
ous. chronic diseases. 504 Oregonian bids.
DR. R. B. NORTH It U P, 308 Morgan bldg..
cor. Broadway and Washington st. Office
phone. Main 340; residence. East 1023.
OSTRIC H I'RODC CT S.
PORTLAND FEATHER DYii WORKS, tttu
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
II ATS AND CAPS.
THAKHAfSliH HAT CO.. 64-55 Front at.
HIDES. WOOL, CASCAKA BARK.
KAUN BROS.. 101 Front at.
McNEFP BROS., 014 WORCESTER BLDG.
Main 8881. Phones A 1178
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTIC c CO.. ,74 Front; leather
of every description; taps; mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 Fifth t
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sts
On and after June 1, work in the pub
licity department of the local Commer
cial Club will be taken over by Morris
J. Duryea, for the past three years pro
motion manager of the Eugene Com
mercial organization. D. D. Norris re
mains secretary of the club. Mr. Dur
yea's activities to be confined exclu
sively to publicity projects, more par
ticularly in connection with Ashland's
resort features incident to its mineral
O T7 T" I Broadway, at Taylor
- AA-.AJL-il.Vj Maln lw A
Today, Tuesday and "Wednesday.
Continuous 12 tnoon) to 11 P. M.
S Reels Motion Pictures.
7' Beautiful Italy.
Any seat any time 10c.
(NOTE THE PRICES)
4 Nights Beginning Next Friday
GUY BATES POST
In Spectacular Romantic Drama,
Omar the Tentmaker
NIGHTS. LOWER FLOOR H.00.
Halcony, o rows 7."c; rear 50c.
SAT. MAT.. LOWER FLOOR 75c.
Entire ilalonny rOr; snliery 5c.
Box. Office Sale Today.
Sullivan & Con!idinr's
M VI E.
6 OTHKK (iRKAT ATS 6
Afternoons, 1 0r-, l.'n-; Nichts, 15c, 25c.
TODAY "THE BOSS"
Fonmrlnir Alice Brady, and
UKRKK AND FIELDS
Kamous ("nmedianH in
"TWO OF THE FINEST."
I'ortland's threat Amu Moment rark
Band concerts; Boston Trouba
dours, sinters. Punch and Judy all
free show. Weather permitting, 2:30
and S::i P. M. Take cars at First
and Alder. Admission to park. 10
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily and bun day.
One time l?o
Same ad two consecutive times. ....... .2Uo
ha it. e ad three consecutive times S0o
frame ad tix or seven consecutive times. . 5tc
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" und all other cinsiiica
tions except tbe follow lug:
ituatioii M anted .Male.
frit uut tuna anted 1' euiale.
or JHeut, Koonis private lamilien.
Hoard and Kooiiim 1'rivale ataiuiliet.
Housekeeping Rooms 1'rivate ami lie.
liate on tiie above classification. km cents
a line each insertion.
On "charge' advertisements charge will be
based on the number of lines appearing in
tbe paper, regardler. of the, number of words
In each line. .Minimum cbarfce. two lines.
The OrcKonlan will accept classified ad
vert inements over tbe telephone, provided
the advertiser 1m a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quoted over tbe phono, but
bill will be rendered the following day.
V bet her subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phoue depends upon the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations wanted and 1'crsonal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
be accepted for Furniture for tsale," "Busi
ness Opportunities," "Koomiug-ltouses" and
"Wanted to Kent."
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be lu The Oregonian office be
fore 9 o'clock at nlfrhl, except fraturday.
Closing hour for The fruuday OregnnUo will
be 1 :;0 o'clock Saturday night. Tbe office
will be open until 10 o'clock 1". M., as usual,
and all ads received too late for proper
classification will be run under the headiuK
J oo Kate to Classify
Xelcphone Maiu ?0.0, A 6095.
B I 4 yTyw k "op m
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay S3 to $10 for
glasses when I can lit
your eys with f irat-qualuy
lenses, gold-filled frames as low as l.aw i
C W. Goodman, 200 Morrison. Mail orders
promptly tilled. Write for particulars.
GRACE ADAMS, 403 Swetland bldg.
IL C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. S.
and foreign patents. 6Q1 Uekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24ih and York sts. Main 348tf.
Mack's Music Shop, Broadway bldg.
STORAGE AND T RAN SEEK.
C. O. PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4 -story brick warehouse,
separate iron room and fireproof vaults
for valuables. -N. W. cur. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment. Special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all uoiuesUu and
foreign pons. Main 5U6. A 1006.
OLSEN-ROE TRANSFER Co7.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving,
forwarding and distributing agents. Fine
trackage. Office and ' warehouse, 15th and
Hoyt sis." Main 547, A 2247.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main ia or A 11 BO.
We own and operate two large, class "A
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in -city.
MOVING, PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE.
Reduced freight ratea to all points.
MANNING Warehouse Transter Co.,
Main 703. 0th and Hoyt. A 2214.,
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office. 189 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7601.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR AND WARTS
MLLE. DB LONO, 604 Swetland bldg.
TAILORS TO MEN AND WOMEN.
Huffman & Grant, Broadway and Alder.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
13. No profession offers equal opportuni
ty. Catalogue free. C. Keane. pres. Ibis
Market St.. San Francisco.
GREEN and dry slabwood. block wood. Pan
ama Fuel Co., Main 6720,- A 8899.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d & Columbia.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PAINTS. OIL AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN Ac Co., 2d and Taylor ats.
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE & CO.. 84-66 Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
F. 'W. BALTES & CO.. 1st and oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG Ac FAKKELL. 140 Front.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 11th and Nurthrup.
R4SII A:rk 1 luu
'V. P. FULLER A CO., 12th and Davis.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 280 2d St.
HATKIE DAISY 230
CORA YOLNGULOOD CORSON
8 Benntifnl Girl Instrumentalists.
5 OTHER BIG-TIME ACTS 5
Boxes and firxt row balcony reserved by
phone. Main 46SB. A 22:;6.
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Phone Marshall 774.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Auction sale today at Baker's Auction
House. 1G6-1HS Park st. Piano, furniture,
runs. etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
F"orrl Auction House. 211 1st. Furniture.
carpetH, etc. bale. at ti P. M.
At Wilson's Aupttnn Unu at in a xr
furniture. l6-8 First st. " '
WILLAMETTE LODGE NO. 2.
A. y. AND A. M. Special com
munication this Monday) even
ing at 7:;; o'clock. Work In
M. M. degree. Visiting brethren
W. S. WEEKS. "Sec'ty.
HARMONY LODOK NO. 12,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Mondav) even
ins at 7:30 o'clock. Work in
the K. A. degree. V lei ting
W. M. DBJUIX. Secretary.
MARTHA WASHINOTON" CHAP
TER NO. 14, o. K. S. Stated meet
inR this t Monday ) even in p. East
Eighth and Burnside. Degrees and
social. Order W. M.
BELLE RICHMOND. Sec.
EXTRA Emblem jewelry of all kinds; spe
cial designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
KENT In this city. May 22. Charity M.
Kent, aped X5 years, wife of Victor H.
Kent, of Kant Taylor street. The re-
inaina were shipped to Lebanon, Or., by
J. J. Flnley & Son, where services will be
held and interment made in the family
HUMPHREY In this city, at his late resi
dence, Salmon st reet. May 2:, George
Humphrey, aged 82 years 4 months, father
of W. A. Humphrey, of Portland, and
tieoi-Re W. Humphrey, of Jefferson, Or.
Remains are at Hot man's funeral parlors.
Announcement of funeral later.
RIETZIEL May 22. John Rietziel, acod B7
years. Remains at Dunning & McEntoe's
parlors. Notice of funeral later. The
deceased was a member of Wilhelut Tell
Lodge No. 2, O. D. H. S.
FAIN Alice A. Fain, aped 7 years. May
2:i, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs.
K. C. Robbins. of 44.1 East Twelfth street
North. Funeral notice later.
GOUBERT May 22, Ahel Ooubrrt. aged 41
years, beloved husband of Euiren ia (!ou-
beit. Remains at Dunning fr McEntee's
pariors. notice of funeral later.
ROPELINI May 23. Fred RoRclini, aped 20
years, beloved brother of Harry Roselini.
Remains at Dunning A McEntee's par
lors. Notice of funeral later.
SCHCLPU'S In this' city. May 22, Anna
Schulpius, aged 4t years T months 24 days.
beloed wife of Max Schulpius, 2t East
7th st. North; mother of W. C, and T.
T. Schulpius. Friends invited to attend
funeral services, which will be hld at
Hoi man's funeral parlors at ?t P. M. to
day (Monday), May 24. Interment at
Stafford, Or., at 10:30 A. M., Tuesday,
PCRDY In this city, Mav 16. at the family
residence. 1973 East Yamhill street. Ida
May, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. purdy. aged 11 months, sister of Ethel
Purdy. Funeral services will be held at
the above residence at 10 A. M. today. May
24. Friends invited. Interment Rose City
KLOSE In this city. May 22. Ferdinand P.
Klose, aged 20 years, late of M H Union
avenue North. The funeral services will
be held today f Monday), at 2:30 o'clock
P. M. at the residence establishment of
J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends Invited. Interment at ' Rose City
GREENWALD In this city. May 22, Fran
ces) oreenwald, aed 2"i years, beloved wife
of Fred Greenwald, 2i;t Willis boulevard.
Friends Invited to attend funeral services,
which will be held at Holman'a funeral
parlors at 2 P. M. today (Monday), May
24. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
LACY The funeral services of the, late
Ellen E. Lacy will be held from the fam
ily residence, 1237 Hawthorne avenue,
Tuesday, May 2., at 2 P. M. Remains at
the parlors of Breeze & Snook, 12k Bel
mont street until 11 A. M. Tuesday.
rAVtjSON May 2X at the Good Samaritan
H ospital, Olea Paulson, aged 6 years,
beloved wife of Am und Paulson. Remains
will be forwarded from Dunning & Mc
Entee's parlors to Silverton, or., today.
BELETSKI Tn this city. May 22. Mary Ann
Beletski. aged OS years, beloved wife of
A lex Beletski. Rem n ins at the parlors
of Uiller & Tracey. Washington and Ella,
near Twentieth street.
MOT'RTON Private services will be held
over the remains of Esther Uuth Mourton.
deceased daughter of A. J. Mourton. at
2:30 P. M. at Mount Scott park. Cemetery.
ZIMMERMAN At the family residence, S."3
E. 21st st. N-, May 21, Ferdinand Zimmer
man, aged S years 1 month 11 days, be
loved husband of Mtna Zimmerman, father
of Fred and Christel Zimmerman and Mrs.
J. H. Klosterman and Mrs. Charles A.
Prevost. of Pasadena, cal. Friends invited
to attend funeral services, which will be
held at the Church of the Madeleine. 2:id
and Siskiyou sts.. at 9 A. M. today ( Mon
day , May 24. Interment Riverview Cera
ctrj services at the grave private.
Tbe only residence undertaking establish
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main 9. A
J. P. FIN LEY & SON.
Montgomery, at Filth,
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN. the leading
funeral director, 22 u Third street, corner
balmon. Lady assistant. A. 101 X. Main oi.
MILLER & TRACY, independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as $20, $40, $o0.
Washington and Ella streets. Main 2uil,
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
East Side Funeral .Director, 414 East Al
der street. East 62, li 2i26.
A. R. ZELLER CO., oU2 WILLIAMS AVE
East lub. C Lady aitenaaut. . Day
and night service.
DUNNING & M EN TEE, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine. Phone Main 430, A.
BREEZE & SNOOK. S uuny sid e Parlors ;
auto hearse. I02o Belmont st. Tabor
R. T. BYRNES, Williams ave. and Kjaott.
East 1115, C Lady attendant.
P. L. LEKCH, East 11th and Clay street.
Lady assistant. East 7bL
SKEWS UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
Autos for funerals and weddings.
Funeral Service Co.. Wood lawn 203. C ll&O.
PORTLAND Marble Works, 4th st
opposite City Ball, builders of memorials.
MARTIN & FORBES CO., florists, 817 Wash
ington. Main 2tiU, A I20'J. Flowers for ail
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists. 287 Morrison st..
Main or A 1805. Fine flower and floral
designs No branch stores.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP. 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 5U2.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 2121. Selling
SUNNYSIDE Greenhouse. Fresh flowers.
Pbone B 1522. E. 3d and Taylor.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
574 BELMO.tT ST.
rbonra East 1433, II ZS15. Open Day
Keport all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Lethal chamber (or small animal.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
desiring a pet may communicate with u&
furnished, paper ed
4th and Alder
vated enlarged lobby all modern con
veniences. Rooms, with private bath. $1
per day up; without, 7o up. Hecaus.
the rates are low don t think the ferv
Ice is poor. Special rates by week: or
month. Several rooms with wail beds.
making; them practically suites.
oo Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
6 Of URCR LOANS O! CC.f
JO r re'r JR O JO
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217 - -13 Sort xrrn Bank Bul.diac.
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
ON rVTROTltn BrSIXKSS properttes
Hesidence Loans 6 and 1 Per Ci'at. Ac
cording to Location. Plenty of iloney.
ROBERTSON & EVvTNG
207-w Norhf'rn Bnnk Bldar.
NORTHWESTERN BANK BUILDING
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
UCTNlCll'AI. AND CORPORATION
FARM ANO lli'V LOANS.
SO roorth hu. Board of Trada Bide.
SKY AMOUNT 41 aiPUWT RWES 0 B 4 .8.
On City and Farm Properties In
Any Amount at Current Kates
HAETM AN-THOMPSOX, Bankers
Corner Fourth and Btark B treats.
REAL, ESTATE DEALERS.
PALMER-JONES CO., H. P.. 404-405-406
J. H. NASH, 7J3 Chamber of Commerce;
residence, 474 E. 38 th.
BECK. William O., S14-315 Falling bids.
BENEDICT PROS.. 030 Hawthorne ave.
BARRETT BROS., 3t)2 Board of Trade.
For ale Lots.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, EXCLUSIVELY.
Have several downright sacrifices, both
In lota and houses; make to offer; no
tb one information. Call for appointment.
Marshall 4S27. BROOKE. A 3S3&
FOR SALE Cheap, by owner! Lots 13, 14,
block .", Norninndate Addition to Portland.
i. Tapper. 2iR2 W. 3d t., Uuluth, Minn.
FOR SALE Best vacant business corner in
Lewiston. Idaho; 7 tj feet frontage. AV 203,
$1000 CHOICE i block, lrvlnpton district,
near Broadway car. owner. Main 9348.
Eo r Sa 1 e B-sr h I'ropert y .
ELK CREEK. Cannon Beach lots and acre
agu See owner, 322 Corbett bldg.
FOR SALE 2 Iota at Newport Beach, for
$70 cash F S."0, Ot MKonian.
BEAUTIFUL 7-room residence, south of Mt.
Tabor, two blocks from Hawthorne car,
for sale cheap; easy terms. Call owner.
5-ROOM house, corner lot, r0x 1 0O, 7 fruit
trees; prh-e $2000; terms. 132S Eaat Stark.
corner 4flth ft.
MODERN bunnnlow. East Side, 5 and 6
rooms, very easy terms. Phone Main 7730.
M r. Keeley. .
5-ROOM bungalow-, cheap; one block from
car. Owner. East 202".
WILL build to suit on easy terms; plans
free of charge. L 6i'S, Oregonian.
NEW, modern 1 2 -room house, in Irving ton.
R. B. Rice. East 2432.
MODERN P-mom house, lot L"i5xl00, cash
$2.i00, terms, phone Woodlawn 1460.
$1000, $300 DOWN. 6-room bungalow, cor.
lot, 60x140, old Northwest bldg.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME 7 WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS RESl
DENC8 OR ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE; WE KNOW
HOW; TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS; SEE
OUR WORK ; WILL GIVE BONDS. L. K.
BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
ONE-QUARTER acre with up-to-date 5
room bungalow ; chicken house, fruit
hnune and everything necessary for a
complete home near Multnomah on the
O. E. 11.; will take fIMM); everything is
new. See Ned Burke, agent, at Multno
mah, or call at 512 Piatt building for
LIST OK DESIRABLE HOMES.
Before buying be sure to look at our
list of brand new, exquisite homes In LAU
R ELH URST, the addition of beautiful
homes, ranging from $2500 up. Laurel -hurst
Co., 270Vi Siark st., or at tract of
fice in Laurelhurst. E. 3th and Glisan sts.
THIS is the bent buy in the city at $2230.
$200 rash, balance easy; ."-room modern
bunrnlow : bookcase, seat, fireplace, buffet,
Dutcti kitchen, ironing board and break
fast alcove all built in; 2 blocks 40 the
best car service In the city. Call at 133ti
East Everett. Phone Tabor 6047.
$1000 EQUITY in 6-room modern house, 30x
JU0, best car service; choicest roses, cosy
home, might consider confectionery and
lunch up to $400, bal. cash. 115 E. 69th N.
Beautifully located, 7-room, strictly
modern home, choicest location, at Mt.
Tabor, E. ibth st. Deep lot, fruit, trees,
etc.; terms. Tabor 1638.
MODERN five-room cottage with evepy
convenience, including ti replace and large
concrete basement, which must be sold;
will take $1000 on easy terms. See attor
ney at 512 Piatt building.
FOR SALE Fine "-room home, overlooking
Irving ton, new, modern ; will sacrifice for
$000o ; terms on part. tor appointment
phone owner. Tabor 6020.
FOR SALE In Hawthorne district, corner
lot, a $4000 home goes for $3335; only
$800 cash; new houee, t rooms, everything
f irst-crmss; by owner. Call Tabor G--7.
CHOICE 100x100 and 6-room house, 10 large
apple trees, fine view Tualatin Vailey;
J3ul caeh, 9100O easy payments. East 273.
V. H. Herdman.
3-ROOM cottage, all modern conveniences,
choice, sightly lot; will sell for $1050,
easy terms; full particulars at 512 Piatt
SACRIFICE SALE 7-room modern house
in Hawthorne section. Deal direct with
owner and save commission. East 137.
Suburban Home Property.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, good water, cloee to carllne;
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 1.18". or Sellwood 476.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
For Sale Acreage.
COLUMBIA RIVER VIEW TRACTS.
At Martin's Bluff, Washington.
A place where nature has most lavishly
bestowed both beauty and fertility. There
is no more scenic spot on the -Columbia,
right on the Pacific. Highway, Northern
Pacific. Great Northern and O.-W. R. A N.
railroads, and many boat lines that
traverse the river. These tracts run from
4 acres to 13 acres. The smaller tractH
are all practically level and of the finest
soil, while the larger tracts have some
rough land. There is plenty of good, till
able land on each tract, and the price is
in reach of everyone. Just think of It, a
tract large enough to make a living on.
with the greatest scenery on earth stretch
ing out before you. ail for $;to0; larger
tracts for $300 to $M50; very easy terms.
Salesman will meet O.-W. R. & N. train
No. 662 each day at Martin's Bluff.
COWLITZ COUNTY TITLE & INVEST
Kalu ma, Wash.
A REAL COUNTRY HOME.
In the richest and most rapidly develop
ing section about Portland. Only 30 min
utes out. Twenty Big Red Steel Trains
run through It daily. Five stations on
ltnds. Tracts from 1 to 20 acres. Prices
reasonable; terms easy. Free transpor
tation to intending buyers.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
102 Fourth St,
CHICKEN, FRUIT, GARDEN RANCHES,
Near Portland, Gresham district; near
electric station; $73 to $00 per acre; easy
term, best soil; free wood.
Farms for sale, all sizes.
FRANK M'FA RLA.N D REALTY CO.,
S09 Yeon Bldg., Portland, Or.
10 TO 40-ACRE tracts, fine soil, spring
water, 25 miles from Portland ; school,
store and stations on the land; $25 to $03
per acre; easy payments.
L U E D D E M A N N COMPANY,
IH3 Chamber of Commerce.
TWO AND ONE-HALF acres on the Oregon
Electric Railway, near Mulinomali Sta
t ion. wit h four-room bungalow, which Is
forced on th market; no reasonable cash
offer refused. Full particulars at 512
STOP THAT RENT and buy a half-acre
tract in city limits, level, cleared. Bull
Run water, pas, 5-cent carfare; $10 down,
$3 per moiulu Whltmer-Kelly Co., 711
I WILL sell any part of fine 20-acre tract,
all in cultivation, on Oregon Electric R. R-,
10 miles out, in Tualatin Valley; terms to
suit; $223 per acre. See Handy, owner, 203
Stock Exchange bldg. Marshall 20ft.
On new carline, near Mliwaukle ; half
acre tracts or more; ine soil, $400 each
and up ; good term a. Fred C. King, 314
46 ACRES, improved 6-room bungalow;
1 acre fruit and berries, close In, 2 blocks
to st at ion. flood terms to right party.
Phone Main 7750. Ask lor Mr. Keeley.
TWO fine acres most ly im proved, good,
small house, near Huber. J 7'w; $373 cash,
bal. terms. F. S. Keliey, Beaverton, Or.,
or call at Com mere i a 1 Hotel.
FOR SALE City and suburban acreage,
farms and unlm proved lands. J. Wilson.
60th and Division. Hawthorne ave, car.
FREE BOOKLET State and U. S. land. Cal.
fctate Land Inf. Bureau, Sacramento, Cal.
For Sale Farms.
135 ACHES 7 miles S, of Silverton, 00 acres
cleared, balance timber and pasture, 60
acres in crop, family orchard, all kinds of.
f mail f rui t, watered by wells and springs,
6-room house, 3 barns and outbuildings,
everything in fine shape, mil to store
and school ; stock and machinery at $S5
per acre. Full dription by writ In g; no
trades. Warner Bros., owners. Silverton,
Or.. R. 3. Box 77.
Why pa y fabulous prices, or go way
off from civilization, when you can buy
fioo 1 'i mi. from good R. R. town at
$!W per acre ? Good home, dandy barn.
See Mr. Hartog. at
HARTMAN & THOMPSON
(4th and Stark
FOR SALE or trade, 240-acre wheat land,
joining the city limits of Condon. 100 A.
in crop, bal. Summer fallow; price $12,000.
Will take city property, residence pre
ferred, on this deal; $1500 or $2000 cash
can handle this; will give rood terms on
bal By owner. Address Box li4, Condon,
Gilliam Co.. Or.
THE NEW WAY, THE MODERN WAY.
THE SQUARE DEAL WAY of buying
land. Are you interested? If so, write 10
MODERN HOMESTEA D ASS'N. 303
I'HELAN bldg., San Francisco.
C. M. WOODSTER. Pres.
FOR SALE Cowlitz County stump lands,
$10 8'TP up; gooil oiI, well watered.
J. R. Sharp, 430 Pittock block. Portlan d .
WRITE for list of wheat and alfalfa ranches.
M. FITZM AU RICE, Condon, Or.
-HE AC ESTATE.
HAVE well -improved farms. large and
small, to exchange for city property : list
your property with us if you want to
H. A. DRYER.
"The Acreage Mun,"
510 Lewis Bldg.
LOT or acre near car line as first pay
ment on 6-room modern home. Inquire
1235 Tillamook st. Phone C 2887.
HAVE client for 5 to 10 acres, on good road.
near car. riu'.i t nam. or om. Main l'.Mi...
WANTED Lot or fraction; walking dis
tance. Phone Sellwood 75.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. MTRAKBN, 04 M' KAY PLDT
6,000.000 FEET of Douglas fir for sale, or
will take half in trade. B 843, Oregonian.
T WO responsible men with plenty of help
want to lease with option to buy good
dairy ranch with stock and equipment.
R. F. Bryan, 50!1 Chamber of Commerce.
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE.
EXCHANGE for grocery, confectionery or
some good business, 10 acres in Oregon
and IO in Wash. E. T. Phillips. Chitwood,
YES! If your house and lot aro pood, I will
exchange a very fine cash business and
ass-iine. AM SIS, Oregonian.
WILLAMETTE 80; t-ubstantfnl Improve
ments; $0w0; want residence. Owner.
Cha'tncry Barney. Ore eon City, ,
To TRADE $O0 equity in Tacoma houNc..
rented for $12 per month, for late car.
6337 Foster road.
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE,
'E have California city residences, busi
ness property, acres pe and ranches of all
kinds; also wheat and sto-k ranihes from
100 to 35,HK) acres, located in Wuhiiir. gton
Oregon and Montana, listed with us to el
change for I'ortiand or Seattle ci:y or
hueine&s property; if you wish a home,
business, acreage or farm of any kind or
location in exchange for your property, no
matter what kind or location, list it with
us and we will got you tbe kind and loca
tion you prefer.
NORTHERN PACIFIC LAND EXCHANGE
Member of Spokane Realty Board.
Zieglcr B'ock. Spokane, Wash.
20 acres in San Juan Valley, three miles
from Modesto, to exchange for suburban
land ntrar Portland or city property; price
$;oo0, less mortgage of $1270. Inquire
L'07-8 N. W. bank bldg.
TliAOE 7 acres. Fa lis View, Oregon City.
4 lots no inenmhra nee, for income prop
erty. $0i)00 and assume to $1 3. Goo; 1 mile
from Courthouse. 15 minutes' walk to car.
Oive full particulars in lirsL letter. V ull
7th st,. Oregon City.
IF YOU HAVE ANY GOOD PROPER T 1
FOR EXCHANOE WE CAN MATCH YOU.
WE DON'T HANDLE JUNK PROPERTY.
AYRE3 & SMITH CO.,
SOI NORTHWEST BLDO. MAIN 7266.
WILL exchange my modern six-room house
and two lots on carline for Berkeley or
Oakland property; give location and de
tails In lirat reply. Address A V 2o4, Ore
gonian. IMPROVED ranch of 72 acres, 65 in culti
vation, crop, implement-a and block for
clear East Side residence. j, Y. Bran,
5o; Chamber of Commerce.
BL'N'5 ALU W in exchati se for ranch near
Ly le. A snap at S.Vmo. Buildings, or
chard, cultivated fields, living water.
Laurelhurst bungalow. 8 rooms, 1 lots,
equity $6o00. Want smaller place, lota or
acreage. AP 82S, Oregonian.
C. P. BURCH trades property In and from
any Western state to any, at 1, 2, 3. 4 and
E. 220 Sprague ave., Spokane, WaBh.
CANADIAN patent worth $7Ot f lrst year,
trade for auto and lot. Box 20, Munia
CITY PROPERTY or acreage to exchange
for timber land In W heeler County, Ore
. gon ; owners only. J 827, Oregonian.
WILL give good exchange for property In
Tillamook. Sivank, 61 Northwest bldg.
Horne, Vehicle. Hamett, Ete.
Horses, mules, vehicles, harnc&s, every
Monday and Friday, lo A. M. ; only strictly
commission stables In the city; consign
ment solicited. The McClelland Horse At
Mule Co., 240 East 8th st. East 6315.
THROUGH with our work and will a e 1 1 'our
team, 6 years old, well matched, weight
2450; are tat and true pullers, good, heavy
harness ; price $205. Oregon City car to
Arlington station, come up to wagon
bridge, cross, turn to left, first house.
FOR SALE CHEAP, 1 pair horses, 5 and b
years old, weight about 1 loo lbs. Just
broke, well matched ; also black mare, W
ears old. Star band Co. Barn, Eaat 0th
of horses, vehicles, harness, w agnns, every
Monday and Thursday, at 2 P. M. Colum
bia Stables, 302 Front st.
FOR SALE at sacrillce, 4 horses from huo
to 1200 lus., - sets harness, 2 light express
w ngons. Phone Tabor 4N21J Sunday or
Broadway 2150 or A 4. 08 week days
$S5 TAKES team, mare ami Imrn1. 23n Ih&.,
sound and true. Have also double harness
and have express wagou; wui bc
rate. East Market, bet. t t ti and lot h sts.
$45 TAKES noise, 1100 to 1 2o lbs., good
traveler and true any place. 40 Eaat
FOR SALE cheap, one good farm horse
weighing 13oo lbs.; two delivery horaes
weighing 1 loo lbs. 220 Russell st.
Pt N V wa n id, ride und di i
'labor Ol!H, evening.
SPAN of mares, weight 213 Ins., farm wag
on and haruos, $150. liawt borne.
W-VOONS and hordes by day, $1.25. I. Cohen,
;i S 1 W a ter st. Main 22b t, Maiu 0005.
Di'iA I J horses uul cat tlo taken aw. ay free.
i a 11 aay or nig in. j 11 Dor 4o.s
DEAD horses and animals hauled auay free.
l- .mH 1 a "II lr.rt I nwl 1 .1
11a not, Urgauw and Muolcal Instrument.
$5 CASH, with double credit for $l6rbuys
new $350 piano at $2rt5, $7.50 monthly
without interest charged elsewhere, makes
total Having $145.20 to you. bchwan i'lauo
Co., Ill Fourth etreet.
$00 BUYS $3O0 Kurtzman piano. Security
DioruKo o juj nn st., toucn tildg.
$1 MONTHLY stores your pi.ino! Security
Storage Co.. lu 4th st. Main 6323.
FOR rent or sale,
very fine piano. I' hone
Fnrnilmre for Kale.
SNA P coing East, will sacrifice part or
h 11 furniture, ail pracl Ically new, includ
ing kitchen utensils, dishes, seif-Hghfing
gas range, 2 bedroom sets, dining-room
set, rugs, sewing machine, rockers, etc.
tiarage and flat for rent. b24 E. Taylor.
Dogs, Bird. Pet Stock.
1 PA J II of bluc-eed white Angora cats,
thoroughbred pedigreed stock; a sacrifice.
Phone Marshall 2u.3.
A t.OOD Airedale is burglar proof. Laduix
Ken nets, Estacada, Or.
V H I T K LEGHORN baby i hicks from heavy
laying stock. $S rr 100; loo chicks ana
f t reles.4 brooder, $ v50. Safe arriv al guar
anteed. The Pioneer Hatchery, Petal uiua,
( a I.
FOR SALE Imported Mammoth pekiu
ducks, week old . hahy ch i ks Leghorn
Barred Rock; duck settings. 7l3 Eat
M'MINNVTLLE poultry farm, now filling or
ders for peaigreed B. 1'. Rock and S. C.
W. Leghorn chicks.
DUROC Jersey weanling pigs, best breeding,
Biinlut-t to rrgist er; also few Irish terrinr
puppies. Inquire Warrens, 55 North
HAVE 0 finw mihti cnus which I will sdl
on Monday. pa y men i s, to i .sponsible
p;i i-t y. II, A t wn t er. Phon B 1 '! .
THOKQCiiH H RED Jersey cow with female
calf. 4b5 Morgan st. Take Woodlawn or
Y ncouver cars.
JERSEY COW, 4 J ears of age. 19 W. pres
IF YOU have a good, fat cow or veal for baio
call Tabor 272u.
CH K A P. eight heifers, li ch iu early Fall,
$ 40 ach. Kflst 24 SO.
A aiomuol les.
WHITE WHITE WHITE HITE
P.tl 2 White 30, 5-pass., 1 ully equipped,
ee If -starter, tdectric lig hta and speedome
ter, iiun lesij than 80m mi Jen. Cannot be
told from brand new. Extremely low price
lor a few days.
FRANC 1a MOTOR CAR EX.,
E. llO'.t. E. Lith and Hawthoine ave.
PORTA BLK OAUAwES,
Take-down garages, bu.lt of the best
materials, artistic designs, 3 0x16, 30 up,
etecud complete, with lock and key; im
mediate delivery; also portable housed.
TAKE-DOWN MFU. CO.,
Foot of llarrifon st. Main 1107-
IMPROVED rUKT A H LE OA It AOE.
See my luxl6 portable garage at $32,
erected on your lot complete.. tiet m
prices on other stiej garages, also houses.
H. T. ALLY N, Oarage Specialist.
Tabor 104. ll'.tl E. Salmon.
WINTON SIXES, thoroughly overhauled, re
butlt repaired, new tires; carry guarautee;
ranging In price lroiu $00O up.
WINTON MOTOR CAR CO.. 23d and Wash
7-PAsSENOER K N'ON, COS T $ iToo SELL,
Fully equipped, aplendld condition; will
accept .smaller car part pa emeiit, terms.
A V 2(1, uregonia n.
7-1 -K SS , 0-cyl, 1'ean e-A rro in good condi
tion; some cash or mall car as part pay
ment; hbcral terms on balance.
Wlnton Motor Car Co., 23d and Wash.
PAHUAINS 1 N I'SK D ACT' .
Large- stock, prices $30 to $750.
ORE ION M-iTOR i U CO.,
Comer Chapman and Alder.
CA Dl LL AC, genuine barga In. fore-door, 5
passenger, just overhauled and painted ;
must eeli tooay : lea v mg city ; $SUu; some
terms. Tabor 3O02.
O V ER LA ND roadster Willi adj u.sta bio de
livery b"d, set 1 cheap, by ou ner. Call
after , P. M., I'actiuet Oarage, B. 8th
I WILL pay cash for late model Fords,
Bulcks, Overland and St ud.-bB ker cara
FRANCIS M ' (TOR CAR EX" 'H ANflE,
E. lion. East 13th and Hawthorne ave.
BUNGALOW tJARACE Between 2"d and
2:td, on Halsey, in Irvlngton; 4 or 3 PRI
VATE stalls for rent, reasonable. Phone
East S01 or call 691 Clackamas.
-PASS. E. M. F-, newly painted, good shape;
WINTON MOTOR CAR CO., 23d and Wash
WANTED To buy alj grades scrap rubber
end me(als; highest cash market price
paid. J. Leve, 180 Columbia. Main 5118.
THE place to buv or sell ujo1 cars East
Side Auto Repair Co., 717 Hawthorne.
FOR HIRE, $1.25 per hour, 5-l'aa-ng',r 10J4
FORD l'hone Woodlawn 110.
DELIVERY contract wanledwUhiToo"u.
delivery. Tabor 2102.
FOR 6 ALE.
H A R LEV-DAVIDSON twin-cylinder, 191
model, first-class condition, complete
equipment. B. E. Davis Ac Co., lk4 x
Vler st. East 3140, R 2236.
Tj pe write m.
TTFE WRITERS for ren(; 3 month for
ard up; 1 months rent applied on pur
cnace pri e. Remington Tpwriter Co.ii
pauy, fetS Broadway, Purtlaud, or.
WE save you from 50 lo 75 per cent on a.i
ujtint-a mi i)iciimh, ki-iiu tor OUT 1IIUM
irated folder. Ke.aJI department U HOLK
SAI.E -l YPEW HI 1 Kit CO . 3-'l Wash. L
TYPEWK1TEKS, all makes. $10 to $ir. T;i
Nortnwest Typewriter Co., 20i: Stark a1
Main 55 2 S.
NEW rebuilt second-hand r-niais at cut
rates. P. D. C, 231 Murk st. Mam 14u7.
NO. 5 UNDER WOOD tpemrlt.r; visible;
worm at least ror -;. e. e)it.
FOR SALE $100 Nat, cah register. $-10; $75
Toledo com p. scale, .iO; . i a e. $4 ;
$o coffee mill. $f; $20 refrigerator, $7..'.o;
br.tflving, counters and showeahes ery
cheap. E. R. Sully, St. Johns. Cot. Gs.
SEWIN'O MACHINES, new and second
hand, sale or rent, up. sewing Machine
Emporium. lix 3d st., near Taylor. Main
1431, A 302.
CASH ROISTERS, large stock on hand; we
ave you 40 to OO p-r cent; ail r-gitrs
guaranteed. Ca.sh Register Exchange, 351
VISIBLE t ypt' rile rs rented 3 months for
$4; convenient at home; delivered any-
where. 244 staik st. l'hone Wain b273.
DIAMOND holism paints, strl-'tlv pure; mada
m lti-huh, per- gallon, i l.to.t. foruaua
Paint Co., 23o Front st. Marshall 100.
HOOH FELD S Camera ExchangeTt"j 3d St.
Cameras, kodaks anu lenses bought, sold
and exchanged. We sMl the lea cameras.
The -Mosler Safe Co.. 204 Stark st.
FL.UMBINO supplies at hoicsale prices.
Stark-Davis Co.. 212 3d st. Main 717.
REFRIGERATOR Oood a new, coat $35,
sell cheap. 370 East 37lh st.
W A N T K I) M 1 SC h. I- LA N V, O f H.
WANTED SECOND - HAND CLO i H I NO.
We pay highest crsh price for ladle
and gents cast of t' cloihing, bicycles and
everything In merchandise. Call us up. We
need It and will pay for it.
GLOBE STORE, 2h3 First st.
Main 2(00. Main 20s0.
btOOM). H AND CLOT WIN O W A N T E D. J .
MEYER, THE TAILOR, PAYS THE Hit J 11
EST i'Kh.'E FOR t'LOTlUMi ANU
SHOES. VE C ALL I'KO.M l'TLV. TK KK
LIABLE BUYER. Main 7573. 221) Madison
FOR a thoroughly reliable house to buy or
sell h oiiei i old goous or anything In the
hanluaro line, tall the Levin llardwara
V FurnUuro Co., 21 Front. Phono A 714,
Main 007 2.
FURNITURE WANTED WE PAY TJI
lllOH E.ST PRICES FOR H OUS UIIOLIU
COOLS OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS.
KLINE'S, EAST 7 101. M GRAND AVE.
MUST have 2d hand furniture; also gie nir
for old Kairplay," E. 0417. M. it.
Calef. 548 W II Hams.
2D-1 1 A N D I" I R N IT U R 1 J. ETC.. W A N T K D.
Don't give It away. tt our figures first.
Standard Fur. ( o., 12 1st. Main 4T73.
GET our estimate c,n your seeond-hand fur
niture; buer calls i-rnmi'ily. Mam 64.
M ijh l-'urii it ure Co., 1st Firift st.
WANT $ mono used furniture ; pay pood
prices; starting new utorc. setlwod 1K2.
CASH paid for liair corn h lugs. Sanitary
Beau t y Panors. 4"0 Dekum hldg.
CLKAMMi and repairing monmneull
Deeoration liny. Phone Main h502.
WANT stork of furniture and men's cloth
ing; highest cash price. Marshall 5M7.
W ANTED To buy Z National cah registers.
243 Washington St.
1 NEED good usd furnlTfire; win pay hit hi
ect prli -es. all Marshall 57.
IHjUSES PAI NTED.
Good woi k. right price. Marsha, I 40H0.
WANTED To buy National cafh ieUler.
M ain tiOt;.
OWL KI KNITI KK CO. pays best prt for
y our f urnit ure.
tt 1st st. Main 4027.
HF. IP UAMKO MALK.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A.
Calls for men lrom employers ..17PJ
Positions filled Li 14
The service of this department is lrea
to all members cf the Association. To
non-members a special Employment Mem
bership is issueu, crst ing $5 per annum,
giving- the aervb e of the Department for
a year, two months' full privileges and a
refund of the mem berth lp fee it satisfae
tory employment is not r cured.
All younif men seeking employment 1
C1iich1, Technical iir i "om mere lal tines or
d-si'ing counsel or advice are coidlalty In
vited to consult tbe Advisory aud Lmploy
m en t SecreLary.
Day and night instruction tn repatrlnc,
driving, selling and itiacnine work. Includ
ing forpe, latho, siiaper, drlli press, eta.
Moderate cliarn i a:r deal lug and ex
1'vi i 1 1 1 1 ii i m k. i una un 1 1 1 ii n u.
fef4iro en i o! iliisT c!:se here e.il! at
munnai nince, i. ai, i v. niag.. anu
sec 'j re pass en til (ing you to inspect our
MEN' WANTED FOR BAIliiAlNH
1 want mn who want good wearing,
rellaole clothes for linie money. I se,
v a d y-to- wa r suits In the best mak's for
e- n the 1 1 oti nd - f ioor c i o i ti i n g t o ;
$ . o men's siins at J 1 4 75. .llmniy Itin n.
"15-1K-17 Ojeunian bldg. Levator to 5d
W A N TED n 11 v aer h to ll our nursery
stock in oreuoii and Washington, on lib
eral commission IjjsIf. Sieany employ
ment, cash, w c kly. Ex penance not r.
quired. Addietsb Oregon Nursery Co.,
WA NTED First -flan nigim-cr to tait
charge of heating and mechanical plant
of important port land build ing ; answer
with full references and salary expected.
R 8"I, Oregonian.
W A N T E I A 111a 11 who is l ho ro 1 1 g h ' y com -petent
fiiMi evperieueed to take mntraet
for making wnifl'iw and d 00 r 1 ranies ; all
machinery atul sloek furnished. Address
AV 2os, Oregonian.
l'OliTLTNO I : A I B eTl CO L LE I K E p 1 t
instructor to tea- h you the haibT trado in
fi weeks; tools f re ; posi 1 ton g uarn nt enl ;
paid while learning. 232 2d, mar Main.
CA 1 1 ad a lie. d oil week ly K 1 1 in - our han
dy guaranteed ornamental and fruit stock.
Light new best t 'ne to s'art. WaHdin
tou xnT"'Ty ' "om p-i n y, 'i'oi'l'n it-li, Wnsb.
WANTED 2 men who can invent $ I J5 ea li
lo act a ca'i'-niii hh u rn for ' regon tmd
Washington. Kino piopoMtpm. large juolit-.
Call alter M A. M, 525 Yeon bldg.
ABLE-BO Dl ED MEN to prepare for fire
men, hi a k men ; I 20 mon 1 nly ; posit n 01 d
obt -.tinablu 1 ree. i ;ail a ay Association, 01 c-
SALESMA N AN'I Kl lo !! our u -lo-d . 1
a nd ex ten - line. out fit f re ; cspIi
w eekl v. A d dress 'apitii 1 CI I y N tirsery
Coinpanv, m.im, Or.
USl-s spare tmi's to build up mnil-order busi
ness o own: we lo; j joij murt for share 111
prof 1 1 s 2 7 op port u 11 1 1 1 s. H;t ni.uiarg free,
op port :i 11 it lex K x 1 1 a 1 . p Hi: If a b. N. Y.
W A NT E I Youn g man to do Jan itor work
evenir.gs for tuition In shorthand, t pe
writing and bwokkc?p:ti0'. AH koJ, Ore
S , 1 i LE horses. 50 eta, first hour, 25 rt.
j, , , , 1 H .li n I ; E n 1; l sh or Mock atd Je-.,
M u:t not no h St a bits, 10th and Madison.
LI V E "A I i; E lesmtm. good a ppea r a rice,
to se i) Rose l-est i a I nov It v. Apply J lo
ll :;o A. M. See. Mr. Ellis. J.M 2d VI.
W A N TED- Solicitors to sell clothing on our
ft a week plan. Call morning. liege nt
Clothea Shop, 23 Wash. st.
MAN wanted, satisfied with $1S w.-.-U. lu
1 o w it to wi bu--1 nee- ; on 1 $ 1 00 rcj uir 1 .
Bench. Oo." Yeon bldg.
WA Nl Eli -A utotiiold lo t rl 111 nier ; muM be
first-class ninn. Address Li Kai Bioad
wav. salt Lake city, Utah.
YOl'N'ij man tan have room a rm w r :n g
phone Imurs afternoons. 422'- Wash
ington. BoYS to sell candy in thea'er. Appiy 100111
201 Kmpresfi l.lilk'.. 1 P. M.
W A NT ED H ; :r U sm 1 1 h 1 or a money - tnn ki
shop tienr f-M'rju. Iiirj'iire 14 4 E. -d st. N.
Fol R men to se'l phoio coupons; tirie of
fer, f'tilhrrlli, pit tor k block.
CHANCE for two men t
tiir" npefHting 1TI theai
rn moving pic
L'i 2d St.
PHOTO a gen 1 , so met h ing ne a- ; ext ra com
mission paid. i-arony Studio. 1 lo al bidg.
p. if r.i : i: w aiK-d.
Help WttntfO AffOln,
Folt t,H") fa.-iest filing washiiig ma. hli:e
on Le market tota. I cntr-d the fol
lowing counties in Org.m: M n 1 1 n - rn -t h,
'I at sop, 4 "olu oibia. V atu b l !l, t inn 1 ILa.
Oo-xj agents n e making td r turns. I
will ei I or trade one or H if the a hove
coinitlea. Don't fail to investigate, as the
sel ! 1 11 g rig i; t for one of the rnnni f will
make vou Independent. 'a! ;"2 Worces
ter I.Mjr., :,d and Oak, H- to 12 1 to 4.
H I S'i'LER for new Vne.-ial' v, fast cl' r,
largo prof it except ln a L opportunity.
Wri'e box ;;47, Fowler. "al.
Help n ititrd talesmen.
Ool tea and coffee solicitors and wagon
men wanted; a fine proposition for the
rn. ht k :nd of men ; references required.
AJ ad, Oicgonian,