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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. MONDAY, JUNE 21. 1915.
ABSTRACTS AND TITLES.
PKOMPT UKKV1CG at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title A Trust Co, 1 Cn. of Com.
ACCOKBIO.N, knife and box pleating, picot
lng. hemstitctung. braiding, emorolderisK.
Kagtern Novelty illn.. Co.. ki'ik Bt-tt st.
SIErilAN HemitltcAlog and scalloping,
accord, aide pleat. buLluiu covereu. gootu
sponged, mail orders. Aluer. Ai. vi&iii.
2dail orders promptly attended to.
AKTlST, WATEU COlKS, CHINA
JEAXXE At. b'fUWAKT, 628 Plttoca bloca.
ASSAVLIH ANU ANALYSTS.
llu.MAliA AdSAX Ob'b'lCH. 142 is 2d. Gold,
silver and platinum bought.
Xt'ORTHWEST Kl'G CO. Hugs from old car
peti, rag ruga. 1&8 K Htm jjoth phones.
CKLLLLQ1I BUTTOX3, BADUIM.
THE lftWlN-MUiJSON COMPANY.
8S7 Washington at. Main 812 and A 1254.
William, stelle and William. Jr., Ueveny,
the only scientific chlropouiata in the city.
Parlors 3U2 KH .linger bidg., S. W. corner
2d and Alder. .Phone Main 1301.
KASTfeKN graxl. chiropodist, manicurist. 04
ilacleay bldg. Maranall SUOU.
CHIK-OPOJU and pedicuring. Mri. M. u.
Kill. Office Filenner bldg. Main 3473.
CH1ROFBACTIC KEKVB SPKCIAUST.
1H. A. H. BKIGOd, 605 Swetland bldg.
UK. M MA HON, bill year. Chronic case
taking time. 31 treatments $10. 121 4th st.
IjH. pot'LiiOA', specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronic diseases. 3o0 Pittoca Dia.
CLEAN1NO AN1 PBKSblNG.
SUITS for rent. We press one suit
each week for S1.O0 a month.
UNIQUE TAILORINO CC
309 Stark st, bet. 5th and 6th. MaM 514.
CLAIMS of any description collected on pei
centage anywhere. Highest class refer
ences. The Harden Mercantile Agenc,
42d Henry bldg. Phone Marshall 4S0.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
fchort Methods." Short Adjustment Co,
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Phone Main 974.
J"ETH & CO, Worcester bldg. Main 1796
Ko collection, no charge. Established liMJO.
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
ri.'BRflLLE BUGGY TOP CO- 20 2d St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer. Para fc Davla
Eoyal Bakery Ac Conf, Inc.. 11th St Everett.
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HENRY WK1NHARD. 13th and Burnsids.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, .FURNISHINGS.
I LE1SCHNEK. MAYER & CO, 207 Ash St.
gtubbs Electrical Co, 6th and Pine sta.
Albers Bros. Milling Co, Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSEFt. Board of Trade Bldg.
WABI1AMS CO, 67-75 Fourth st.
WIDOWS' LAW GHAfiGED
KEW ACT IS IX EFFECT IX STATE
I.n ter Provisions Are Drsisrned to Pro
Tent Abase of PrlTiltges and Many
Will Lone Their Pensions.
VANCOUVER, Wash, June 20. (Spe
cial.) The widows' pension act, which
has been in effect in Washington for
two years, is repealed by a new law,
which, went into effect June 10, accord
ing: to Judge R. H. Back, of the Su
perior Court The County C.ommission
ers are of the opinion that while the
act as in force for the past two years
is a grood one for worthy widows, it
has been abused, but that the new law
will tend to overcome these loopholes
to a large extent.
Under the old act, a widow was en
titled tp aid if her husband was dead,
or had abandoned her for a year, or
was an inmate of a penal institution or
of the state hospital for the insane,
provided she had been a resident of
the state for a year.
It is charged that widows, learning
pf this law, and the short time of resi
dence, actually removed to this state
to put in applications.
The new act provides that a widow
entitled to assistance must have been
a bona' fide resident of the state for
three years, instead of one year, and
the provision aiding women whose hus
bands have abandoned them has been
eliminated. It is said that this pro
vision tended to increase abandonment,
as the men well knew that their wives
could secure assistance for themselves
and children if left destitute.
All who were receiving aid under the
old law must again make application
under the new law, and it is a certainty
that many women who have been re
ceiving benefits will n,ot be eligible
under the new act.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. June 20. Maximum temper
ature, 69 degrees; minimum temperature 52
degrees. River neadlng. S A. M-, 7.9 feet
Change in last 24 hours. 0.3 foot fall Total
rainfall 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), none. Total
rainfall since September 1, 1914. 29.01 inches
Normal rainfall since September 1 43 43
inches. Deficiency of rainfall since Septem
ber 1, 1914, 13.92 inches. Total sunshine.
14 hours 15 minutes. Possible sunshine, 13
hours 4S minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sv?a level) 5 P. M, 30.18 inches.
? I Wind.
3 S" B
STATIONS 2. State of
f 5 S Weather
? Is I
-1 - a
Des Moines ....
Kansas City ...
I-os Angeles ...
New Orleans . .
North Head ....
Pendleton . . .
H. Louis ......
San Francisco .
Tacoma . ......
Walla Walla ..
I 6 NE
58 0. 0
86 0.00 12 S
64. 0.00:i2, W
4 0.00 10:SE
72;0.OO 6 B f
8 SW iciear
7810.24 4 N
761 0.001 4,E
T. I 4IV
V . VU 1U;. W
0.0012SE Pt. cloudy
0.00 14iN W;Clear
60 0. 00
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
Onegon and Washington Fair; warmer
exerpt near the coast; winds mostly west
erly. Idaho Fair and wann?r.
A moderate depression Is central over
New Mexico and another is over Central
Canada. The pressure is high over the
Northwest and also over the lake regrion.
Ijrht rains have fallen at Seattle, in West
ern Canada, Montana, the Dakotas, Ne
braska. Kansas. Tennessee, the lake reeion
and eastward to the Atlantic Coast. Thunder
1 storms were reported from Morehead, Knox
ville and Boston. The weather is warmer
in Oreiron. Washington. Idaho, Southwest
ern Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota.
Jowa and Interior California. It Is cooler
In Northern Colorado, Kansas, the St, Law-
PROF. WAL. WILSON, 85 Vs 5th st, bet.
Stark and Oak, Special Summer rates; A
private lessons for 2. Morning, after
noon, evening. Walt, hesitation, one-step
and all latest dances; guaranteed. Classes
Thursday and Saturday evenings. 7 to
8:30. 2ic Broadway, 21 60.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons dally, class Fri.
eve, a to 10, Aiisky bide, 3d and Morri
son sts. Lessons 2oc. Main Suit.
Pl.NKlilvTO.N 4c CO,U.S.JjETECTlVl!: AGCI
Established over 30 years.
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE WORK.
Investigations and reports made on indi
viduals anywhere. Consultation free. Suite
354 pittock block. Phone Broadway 673.
EYE. LAli, MOeiE AND HJMJA1
Treatment by specialists; glasses fitted. Ur.
F. F. Casseday, 517 Lekum bidg, 3d si n.
MOTOB.S generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M H. Electric Co, 31 1st st, ti. Phone
MATS. C LEAN IN O AND BLEAtnTNU.
PANAMAS blocked and bleacned. 75c; straws
6c leiis 50c Kaulman i ba 3d at, nr. Stark
H. J. ALTSTOCK, 141 A. Broadway.
A. EE BLANCHE. 408 Washington.
WIVIOTT BROS, 412 Morrison.
MAN it L RING.
MANICURING and elec. treatment.
Burke, 10 Lafayette bldg.
HASTY MESSE.NGEK CO. Motorcycles and
bicycles. phone Main 63. A 2153.
ELIZABETH'S, Orpheum Theater bldg.
Xmil Thlelhorn, violin teacher: pupil Sevcik,
207 Fliedner bldg. A 4160. Mam nail 162U.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS.
A FIGHT on high prices.
Why pay (5 to io for
glasses when I can fit
your eyes with first dual
ity lenses, gold-filled frames as low as fl.oo?
C W. Goodman. 269 Morrison. Mail orders
promptly filled. Write for particulars. Main
GRACE ADAMS, 403 Shetland bids.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
HATS AND CAPS.
THAXHAUSEH HAT CO.. 54-55 Front st.
HIDES. WOOL. CASCABA BARK.
KAHN BROS, 191 Front St. .
McNEFP BROS, 614 WORCESTER BLDG
Main 8S8i Phones. A 1178.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
STRUCTURAL STEEL PLANT.
LEATHER AND SHOE TRADE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTICK & CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description: taps, mfg. findings.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co., S3 Fifth st.
BRADSHAW BROS, Morrison and 7th sts.
renoe Valley, Northern Alberta, Northern
Saskatchewan, and Manitoba,
The conditions are favorable for fair
weather in this district Monday. It will
be warmer except near the coast and winds
will be mostly westerly.
THEODORE F. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster.
Broadway, at Taylor
Main 1, A 1122
3 iteS TONIGHT 8:15
Matinee Wednesday, 2:15.
Charles Frohman Presents
In Barrie's 4-Act Comedy.
Prices, both eve's and Wed Mat. Floor.
"2.00. Jl.SO. Balcony, 11.50, si. 00, 75c 60c.
Gallery, 50c. Seats Now Sellun.
Next Thnr, FrL, Sat. Mat. Sat.
With motion pictures, "OLD SOUTH."
Popular Prices, 50c, 35c. 26c.
4 SJIGHTS. BECS'G NEXT 6TODAI.
MATINEE WED, JUNE 30.
The Comic Operetta,
Jiaa. MIZZI IIAJOS
Eve's, $2 to 50c. Wed. Mat, $1.50 to 50c.
MAIL ORDERS NOW.
jel2:30 P. M
S OTHER Bl(i ACTS 5
Portland' Greatest Amusement
TODAY'S PROGRAMME s
ZlSO P. M. AND 830 P. M.
Orchestral Concerts, Boston Trou
badonrs in "The Rounders" and
ELFRIDA HELLER WEIXSTEW
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Dally and Sunday.
' Per Una
One time I8e
oame ad two consecntive times. ....... .22e
bame ad three consecutive times ...30e
bame ad six or seven consecutive times. . ooc
The above rates apply to advertisements
tinder "New Today" and all other classifica
tions except the follswing:
situations Wanted Male.
Situations anted Female. '
For Rent. Rooms Private families.
Board and Rooms Private Families
Housekeeping Rooms Private Families.
Kate on the above classifications is 7 cents
a line each insertion.
On "clmre" advertisements clisrre win be
based on toe number of lines appemrins; in
the paper, resardlesH of the number of words
in each line. Minimum charge, two lines
The Oregonian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices will be quitted over tbe phone, but
bill will be rendered tbe folio wins; day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will he
accepted over the phone depends upon tbe
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations wanted and Jt'ersonal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion only will
be accepted for "Furniture for Sale," 'liunl
n Opportunities," "Roomina-Houses" and
"Wanted to Rent,"
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be in The Oregonian office be
fore S o'clock at night, except Saturday.
Closing hour for The Sunday Oregonian will
be- 7:0 o'clock Saturday night. Tbe office
will be open until 10 o'clock P. M M nsanl
and all ads received too late for proper
rlastdficatlon will be run under the heading
"Too Late to Classify."
Telephone Main 7070. A 6095.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Ford Auction House, 211 1st. Furniture,
carpets, etc. Sale it 2 P. M.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M,
fnrnlture. 160-8 First st.
WILLAMETTE. No. ! A V
AND A. M. Special communica
tion this (Mondav) evening at
.:30 o'clock. Work in M. M. de
gree. Visiting brethren welcome
W. S. WEEKS. Secretary.
CAMELIA CHAPTER. NO. 27, O.
E. S. Stated communication this
(Monday) evening. Social. By or
der of W. M
ilARLETTE ROBLNSON. Sec
Matinre Daily. 10
B Eel 119 18 KVA
is r r sa m r s srrisii it, ir rsssrs
DR. PHILLIPS, .specialist in paralysis, nerv
ous, chronic diseases. 504 Oregunian bldg.
PORTLAND FEATHER DYE WORKS, 6th
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice LT. s.
and foreign patents. 601 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Mam 84&0.
Mack's Music Shop. Broadway bldg.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
C O. PICK. Transfer & Storage Co. Office
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron room and fireproof vaults
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipments. Special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 506. A luatt.
OLSEN-ROE TRANSFER CO.
New fire-proof 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, loth ana
Moyt sts. Main 647. A 2247.
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 474 Gllaan st,
corner 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1168.
We own and operate two large, class "A"
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city. -
MOVING. PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE
Reduced freight rate to all points.
MANNING warehouse & Transfer Co,
Main 70S. oth and Hoyt. A 2214
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office. 1b9 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7601.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR AND WARTS
MLLE. Dl LONG, 504 Swetland bldg.
TAILORS TO MEN AND WOMEN.
Huffman & Grant. Broadway and Alder.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
18. No profession offers equal opportuni
ty. Catalogue free. C Keane, pres. 161a
Market st, San Francisco.
BARK. blockwood. boxwood. cordwood.
Multnomah Fuel Co, Main 5540. A 2116.
GBEEN and dry slabwood. blockwood. Pan
ama Fuel Co, Main 5720. A 3S0S.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND W1RJQ.
Portland Wire dt 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 sta.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, fc4-S6 Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, S4-ed Front St.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
F. W. BALTES & CO, 1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVEKD1NG & FARHEU, 140 Front.
ROPE AND BINDING SfWLVE.
Portland Cordage Co, 14th and Northmp.
" SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. p. FULLER & CO, 12th and Davla
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO, 2S0 2d St.
SELLWOOD LODfili! To 131.
A. F. AND A. M. S Dedal com
munication this (Monday! even
ing, 7:30 o'clock, Seilwood Ma
sonic Hall. Work in M. M. de-
quested to attend. Visitors welcome. By
order of W. M.
J. H. BUTLER. Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 12, A.
F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Monday) eve at
7:30. o'clock. Work in the E. A.
and F. C. degrees. Visiting breth
ren welcome. i
W. M. DE LIN, Sec.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO.
18, R. A. M. Called convocation
this (Monday) evening. East Sth
and Burnside sts, at 7:30 o'clock.
M. M, degree. isitors welcome.
By order E. H. P.
ROY QUACKENBCSH. Secy.
EXTRA Emblem Jewelry of all kinds;
special designs made. Jaeger Bros.. Jewelers.
PRAXKE At the residence. 1295 Burrage
st., June 20. Estelle Mabel Franke, aged
2 6 years; beloved wife of Waller Franke.
Remains are at Holman's funeral parlors.
Announcement of funeral later.
HEIN In this city. June 19. Anna Hein,
aged 42 years. Remains at the parlors of
Miller & Tracey.
NELSON In this city. June 20, Anna Nel
son, aged 67 years, of Goldendale, Wash.;
widow of the late James P. Nelson;
mother of Mrs. Esther Armstrong, of Port
land; Oscar C. Nelson, of Goldendale,
Wash.; Mrs. George H. Fisher, of Port
land; Miles D. Nelson, of North Yakima,
and Mrs. Charles F. Klser, of Goldendale,
Wash. The funeral services will be held
at Goldendale, Wash, Thursday afternoon.
Interment in the family plot. The re
mains are at the residence establishment
of J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery at 6th.
CHAMBERLAIN In this city. June 20,
Howard D. Chamberlain, aged 31 years.
'Funeral services under the auspices of
' Portland Tent, No. 1, K. O. T .M, which
will be held at Holman's funeral parlors
at 2 P. M. tomorrow (Tuesday), June 22.
Friends invited. Interment Multnomah
HEMRICH The funeral services of the late
Barbara A. Hemrich. who passed away
June 18. will be held today (Monday),
June 21. at 2 P. M, from the German
Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner East
12th and Clinton sts. . Friends invited to
attend. Interment family plot. Lone Fir
LYNCH The faneTal services of the . late
Emily Lynch, who passed away in Tacoma,
Wash, June 19, will be held tomorrow
(Tuesday), at 2 P. M, from the chapel of
the Skewea Undertaking Co, corner of Bd
and Clay. Friends are Invited to attend.
Interment family plot Riverview ceme
tery. SCHAEFFER Funeral Bervices of the late
William B. Schaeffer at Finley's undertak
ing parlors. 5th and Montgomery sts., June
21. 2:30 P. M. Interment Rose City Ceme
The only residence undertaking establlsn
ment in Portland with private driveway.
Main 9, A 1509.
J. P. FINLKl BON,
Montgomery, at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading
funeral director, 22U Third street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. A Jail, Mala iOi.
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East Al
der Btreet- East 52, B 2525.
A. R ZELLER CO, 592 WILLIAMS AVE.
East lub8. C lOes. Lady attendant. Day
and night service.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE, funeral directors.
Broadway and Pine. Phone Main 430, A 450a.
BREEZE & SNOOK, Sunnyside Parlors;
auto hearse. 1024 Belmont st. Tabor 1200.
MILLER & TRACEY, Independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as $20, 40, $60.
Washington and Ella sts. Main 2601, A 78(45.
P. L-LURCH. East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady assistant. East 78L
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
Autos for funerals and weddings.
Funeral Service Co, Woodlawn 2U23, C 1156.
R. T. BYRNES, Williams ave. and Knott.
East 1115. C 143. Lady attendant.
MARTIN & FORBES CO, florists. 317 Wash,
lngton. Main 260. A 12B9. Flowers for all
occasions, artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS, florists, 287 Morrison st,
Mai., or A 1805. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch storea
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
Designs and sprays. Marshall 592.
SUNNYSIDE Greenhouse. Fresh flowers.
Phone B 1522. E. 83d and Taylor.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215, A 11121. Selling
I MIMIH.SSSI a.
PORTLAND Marble Works. 266 4th st,
opposite City Hall, builders of memorials.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
B74 BELMONT ST.
Phones East 1423, B 2515. Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice, .Lethal chamber for small animals.
Morse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone
de&iriit&r a pet may communicate with ua.
4tk and AUJer
vated enlarged lobby all modem en
vealeocsa. Rooms, with private bath, $1
per day op; without, 7ic up. Because
the rates are low dont think the serv
ice la poor. Special rates by week r
month. Soreral rooms with wall stflfc
"l'lf tnem practically suites.
on Improved city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
COf LARGE LOANS ON CtOf
O JO BUSINESS PROPERTIES 0,0
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217 -Z18 Northwestern Bank Building;.
Marshall 4114, A 4118.
ON IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTIES
Residence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent, Ac
cording to Location. Plenty of Money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-S Northwestern Hank BldK.
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION BONDS.
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
0 Fourth St, Board of Trade Bldg.
O fj NOBThWESTERN BANK EiOIUDINQ
fO fV rV-7 I AAIIC
On City and Farm Properties in
Any Amount at Current ilaten
Corner Fourth and Stark Street.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PALMEBrJONES CO.. H. P 404-405-406
BENEDICT BROS., 030 Hawthorne ave.
For Sale Lot.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, EXCLUSIVELY.
Have several downright sacrifices, both
in lots and houses; make an offer.
Marshall 4827. BROOKE. A 3S39.
BIG sacrifice, Portland Heights view lot,
close in; the biggest bargain on the lower
Heights. Owner. Main 1163.
My fine lot must go, near park and carline;
will take best offer, e Ss. Oregonian.
For bale House.
PIEDMONT HOME. $0000.
7 looms, modern; large livmg-room with
fireplace, dining-room, kitchen and music
room or bedroom on first floor, three
sleeping-rooms on second floor; garage,
beautiful grounds, lOOxloO feet; or will
sell house and one lot 50x100 ft., for $48uo.
The owner is leaving the city and there
Is an opportunity for some one to step
right into a complete home at less than
cost. Full particulars on application.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
401 Wilcox bldg. Main fcotK), A 2C53.
will you be able to buy a new 7-room
house and nearly three-fourths acre of
land inside the city limits for 26.H; you
can now If you take it without delay; let
us take you out in the machine to show
It to you; will call for you at your resi
dence; easy terras.
OREGON INVESTMENT & MTG. CO.,
Stock Exchange. 3d and Tamhill Sts.
Marshall 205. A 4144.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BUHDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY, BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING; PiANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW; TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS; SEE
OUR WORK; WILL GIVE BONDS. L. R.
BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING ARCHI
TECTS, 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
5-EOOM BUNGALOW ONLY $2150.
Located in good residential district; has
all modern conveniences, such as fire
place, buffet, Dutch kitchen, cement base
ment, wash trays, electric light fixtures,
window shades ; all ready to move into.
Small payment down and 1'0 a month,
which Includes Interest, pay for it. Call
Tabor 3 9 83L
GOING TO SUNNY CALIFORNIA MUST
$4000 home for $;J000; street improve
ments all in and paid for; S rooms, mod
ern, full basement, tine lawn, shrubbery,
etc; block Laurelhurst; fine neighbor
hood. Address owner, T 001, Oregonian.
NEW modern 5-room bungalow, with fire-place,
full basement and all modern con
veniences; located on a sightly lot over
looking the city; close to good cariine,
which I will sell - on easy payments to
responsible parties. See me at 512 Piatt
LIST OF DESIRABLE HOMES.
Before buying be sure to look at our
list of brand new, exquisite homes in LAU
RELHURST, the addition of beautiful
homes, ranging from $250O up. Laurel
hurst Co., 270Va Stark st., or at tract of
fice in Laurelhurst, E. 39th and Gllsan sts.
ROSE CITY PARK. '
Brand new 6-room house. S. E. corner
45th and Sandy road ; go see this today
or as soon as convenient ; this is a swell
home and dirt cheap; very easy terms. For
full particulars phone owner. Tabor 54S3.
WE ARE the largest home builders in Port
land. Let us build on our lot or yours.
Terms like rent. Call or seud for free home
book. The Oregon Home Builders, Oliver
K. Jeffery, president, 1330 Northwestern
5-room new bungalow. bard -surf ace
street. Never a chance like th is again.
$1700. flOO down. $15 per mouth. H. U.
Epton. 432 Chamber of Commerce.
6-ROOM modern bungalow, hardwood floors,
fireplace, lurnace, cement basement. By
owner, 1067 Schuyler st. Tabor you. $3200.
Afternoon and evening.
A SNAP 1 will discount my equity In my
6-room home and sell on easy terms; the
best buy in Portland. Call at 2'S E. 7oth
st. N Take "Mr car.
$1000 BUYS an up-to-date bungalow in fine
residence addition, only 20 minutes from
heart of city. For particulars, call 512
OWING to sickness, suburban home of old
people at little more than half Its cost 5
years ago ; full lot. 4 -room house. Owner,
AH 878, Oregonian.
6-room cottage. $:iOOO, Hawthorne dis
trict, paved street; your own terms. BF
FOR SALE cheap, 4 -room hoiife, 2 full lots,
family orchard, near car. Owner. J sit-.
$900 NOTHING DOWN. $15 mo., incl. Int.,
5-rrru, plastered, fine shape, 54 x 1(H), good
neighborhood. 518 Corbett bldg. Mar. 557.
$1800 New Irvington bungalow; $000 loss;
Identity revealed only actual buyer; fire
place and oak floors. A SUS, Oregonian.
IF you ar looking for a bargain In a home
on easy terms phone Main 6916 mornings
FOR SALE New, modern 1 Vs-story bun
galow in Irvington; complete In every
detail; price $1500. Phone EL 4545.
tlOOO. 5oo DOWN. 6-room bungalow cor.
lot, 60x100. 316 Northwest bidg.
15 MONTHLY buys- yon home. Phone
owner, C. S. Andrews, Tabor 8248.
WEST IRVINGTON district, 6-room house,
$4400. Owner. i6 Hoyt.
NEW. modern 12-room house. In Irvington.
R. B. Rice. East 2432.
Suburban Home Proper! y .
niRsnv haip a c i? v.s
Good soil, good water, close to carline;
easy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall. irj5 or Sellwood 470,
JOHN GIBSON. OWNER,
FDVARD E gDUDFY
And you will say with us it Is the best
about Portland; only 30 minutes out, 20
trains daily pass through It the Big Red
Steel trains. Raises hops, onions, vege
tables, anything. One purchaser gets
about $80 per month now for eggs sold;
$100 when at highest price. Has three
acres. Buy a tract, any size, cash or
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
102 Fourth Street.
CHICKEN, FRUIT. GARDEN RANCHES
Near Portland, Gresham district; non
electric station; $75 to 20O per acre; easy
terms, best soil; free wod.
Farms for sale, ail sizes.
FRANK M" FA R LAN D REALTY CO.,
309 Yeon Bldg., Portland, Or.
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; $225 per acre. See Handy, owner, 205
Stock Exchange bldg. Marshall 205.
tO ACRES, unincumbered land, about 700,
000 feet timber; 14 miles from Vancouver,
Wash.- price $15 per acre; terms 1-3
cash, bal. 4 years, 6 per cent. Box 82,
$UO0 BUYS cottage. 2HxS0 garden land; pay
$10 monthly and own your own home; no
assessments. 202 Wlicox bldg., evenings
ONE or two acres river front, or acreage
overlooking river. H. G. Starkweather,
Rlsley Station. Phone Oak Grove 1-X.
5 ACRES; a snap; Division st. Thoa. Vlgars,
owner. 212 Selling bldg. Main 1SO0, East
FOR fine home, two acres on river, near
Oswego bridge; fruit and flowers. S 90S,
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
213-acre stock or dairy ranch, 36 acres
In cultivation, OO acres pasture, seeded to
tame grass, formerly orchard, balance
timber, several running springs on place,
good 6-room house, barn 40x40, with two
12-foot sheds, team. wagon, harness,
practically new farm Implements, 26 head
of stock cattle, 7 calves, a milch cows.
10 Jersey Red hogs, 'A5 angora goats, all
go at $60 an acre, including stock, etc
For particulars call or write O. A. Kaun,
204 Columbia st.
THE NEW WAY. THE MODERN WAY.
THE SQUARE DEAL WAY of buying
land. Are you interested? If so. write to
MODERN HOMESTEAD ASSN. 303
PHELAN Mdg., San Francisco.
C. M. WOODSTER, Pres.
125 ACRES choice land; improvements: 40
miles from Portland; close to Ry. ; will
make superior dairy farm. Favorable
terms. A. L. Porter, 308 Columbia bldg..
FOR SALE 40 acres In Lincoln County, 2
miles from R. R. ; $35 per acre; $ifi0 easn,
rest on easy payments. D 1M)0, Oregonian.
20 6 ACRES best agricultural and fruit land;
$ 12. 0 per acre ; 1 to 2 y miles from
Vale irrigation project. Box 374, Vale, Or.
FOR wheat ranches, stock ranches, alfalfa
ranches, sale or trade, and homestead re
linquishment. Write M. Fitzmaurice,
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED Clear city lot or acreage, close
to electric line, not over 15 miles from
Portland, up to $1500. from owners only ;
no agents. Phone East 66S0.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
CALIFORNIA TIMBER LANDS AND
GOVERNMENT LAND LOCATIONS.
CALL ON F. A. BAIRD, REDDING. CAL.
BOUGHT AD FOLD.
C. J. MCCRACKEN. 304 M'KAY BLDG.
fO EXCH A JlliE REAL ESTATE.
EXCHANGE for well improved farm or
Portland. 6 rooms, paved street, on car
. line, Vancouver. Wash.; 4 rooms, barn,
cement wa'ks, fruit, roses. Walla Walla,
Wash. ; 4 rooms, Vi acre. Castle Rock,
Wash.; 80 acres, 5s miles C. H.. house,
barn, field, creek. Box 97, Castle Rock.
Horses, to trade horses, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Cieriinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, 000 Wash
I HAVE 720 acres of land in Crook County,
unincumbered, valuation $7200. which 1
would like to exchange for income-bearing
property in Portland or vicinity. What can
you offer me? Address M b2o, Oregonian.
Horses, to trade horses, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, 0i0 Wash
IF YOU HAVE ANY GOOD PROPERTY
FOR EXCHANGE WE CAN MATCH YOU.
WE DON'T HANDLE JUNK PROPERTY.
AY" RES & SMITH CO.,
501 NORTHWEST B LUG. MAIN 7266.
Horses, to trade horses, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, 6i0 Wash
OWNER wants improved acreage close to
Portland, exchange 6-room bungalow, 4
lots, in California, free of incumbrance.
Phone East 5;.34.
FOR SALE or trade for farm, first-class
. hack, livery and boarding stable, doing
good business; also 2 city lots and 2u
acres. 124 N. 12th St.
TO TRADE for farm or general mdse., a
6-room house $J5U0), 10 acres t$500
and stock of groceries (12u0). 120S Divis
ion. All clear.
HAVE 6-room cottage to trade for clear
real estate or auto; no junk; paved streets;
house rented; price $2Hu. BF 87a, Ore
gonian. WILL give A-l wood yard, well equipped,
for house and lot In Portland. N 686,
OREGON timber claim to trade for good city
lot or good make of auto. E SS6, Orego
nian. 40 ACRES, improved land, near Scappoose,
for Portland suburban lot and house. F
10 ACRES Free from encumbrance, to
trade for automobile; must be in good
condition. X 886, Oregonian.
WANT stock ranch with some stock, to
$8000. in exchange for Portland property
and acreage. D 008, Oregonian.
WHAT have you, free of incumbrance, for
my equity of $6000 in $15.(KH property,
ML Tabor district? A 005, Oregonian.
NEW 8-room house, value $3000; $ 1500 mort -gage,
for acreage. Woodlawn 593.
Horses, Vehicles, Harness. Etc.
AUCTION ! AUCTION !
Horses, mules, vehicles, harness, every
Monday and Friday. 10 A. M. : only strictly
commission stables in the city; consign
ment solicited. The McClelland Horse &
Mule Co., 240 East 8th st. East 6315.
Horses, to trade horses, single or double,
for .miich cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
CarCo. Write or call Desk E, 0iO Wash
Horsen, to trade horses, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, utH Wash
Horses, to trade horses, singlo or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlintjer Motor
Oar Co. Write or call Desk E, tiuO Wash
Fl N E :200-pound team, mare and gelding,
harness and wagon, at sacrifice, widow,
no use for team and one 1700-pound
horse Phone Woodlawn 26S2.
I? OK SALE cheap, one good buc4tskin sad
dle horse, weight lOOo pounds; also one
wagon or buggy horse. Apply No. 20,
Grand Avenue SLables Co.
TEAM mules. 5 and 6 years old, good work
ers, very fast and city broke, guaranteed
sound, free trial ; price $175. 202 Union
TEAM bay geldings. 8 years old, weighing
2600 lbs., true to their harness and war
ranted sound; 2 weeks trial given; $1J5.
2 0 2 Union avenue.
TEAM brown geldings, '7-8 years old, per
fectly sound, broken to single and double
h rncss, quiet in city, full guarantee ; 2
weeks' trial. 202 Union ave.
HANDSOME dr.rk gray gelding, 5 years old,
perfectly sound, broken single and doubie,
open to veterinary inspection. 202 Union
of horses, veh teles, harness, wagons, every
Mondav and Thursday at 2 P. M. Colum
bia Stables302 Front st.
CAPITAL"" STABLE, 287 Front St. Just
received, a carload of horses and mares,
weighing from 1100 to 1400; good chunks.
H. Uieemer, Prop.
FOR SALE: 2 teams horses, 4 young Here
ford bulls. 1, 2 and 3 years old. C. Min
singer, room 210 Board of Trade bldg.
WAGONS and horses by day, $1.25. I. Cohen,
SSI Water St. Main 2208, Main 6W5.
OPEN carriage, small. 2-seated. very cheap.
SS East 7th st. North.
DEAD horses and animals hauled away free.
Woodlawn 20. Portland Rendering Co.
TWO steel-tired buggies in good condition.
2.VS N. 14th st.
DEAD horses and cattle taken away free.
Call day or sight. Tabor- 4203..
Horws Vehicles. Harness, Etc.
JUST received, a shipment of 30 horses con
i sting of heavy draft horses weighing
about 1600 lbs., some farm chunks, weigh
ing around 1250 lbs., and some delivery
and wagon horses, weighing from lOOO to
. 1200 lbs. G. K. Hoi etc. Model Stable.
5th and Davla
HANDSOME dapple gray saddle horse. 6
years old, quiet for a lady to rkie, and city
broke, full guarantee. Can be seen and
tried at 2!2 Union ave., off Hawthorne
ave.. 2 blocka from bridge.
Piano, Organs and Musical Instruments.
$5 CASH, with double credit for $T buys
new $330 piano at $26o, $7.50 monthly
without interest charged elsewhere, makes
total saving $145.20 to you. Schwan Piano
Co.. Ill 4th st.
$1 MONTHLY stores your piano. Security
Storage Co., 109 4th st. Main 5323.
SQUARE piano for rent, good condition;
references. Main 2838, business hours.
iurnimre for Sale.
I have 7 rooms of good, clean furniture;
am leaving city and will sacrifice for $75;
rent $22.50; rooms now rented to pay rent;
large yard; some terms. Call at 510 Mar
Dog, Birds, pet Stock.
FOR high-class show and fancy pigeons
buy from B. A. Mitchell. Orenco. or., 14
miles from Portland, on Oregon Electric
R. R., has 14 different breeds. See his
pigeon show records. Best In the West
Mated white fan tails, red wing turoiis.
bald head black tumblers, $2.50 pair this
THOROUGHBRED foxterrier puppies, out of
"Sabine Sue" and "Some Toy," beautifully
marked, male and female, reasonable for
quick salo. Address Mrs. Doc McCoy, Ship
herd Springs, Carson, Wash.
ONE pointer dog 2 years old, well trained,
for tale. Bert Makinster, Goble, Or.
FI N E talking parrot for snle cheap. James
Bowie, local general delivery.
REAL Alrtdal. ijunters, pals, guards. Lad
dix Kennels. E?lacada, Or.
Horses, to trade hordes, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, 600 Wash
Horses, to trade horses, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. Gerlinger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, uyo Wash
Horses, to trade hordes, single or double,
for milch cows or pigs. tier linger Motor
Car Co. Write or call Desk E, Oyo Wash
DUROC Jersey pigs; best breeding, subject
to register; fine, smooth specimens, splen
did condition ; sacrifice prices. R 002,
IF YuU have a good, fat cow or veal for sale
call Tabc- 2720.
BARGAIN in used Fords. We have several
used Fords for sale. Ail In first-class condi
tion. Terms If desired.
liEN'J. E. BOONE & CO.,
514 Alder St.
Tak e-do n parages, built of the best
materials, artistic designs, 10x16, $30 up,
erected complete, with lock and key; im
mediate del' very ; also portable houses.
TAKE DOWN MFG. CO..
54S Water st., nar Harrison. Main ;167.
BUNGALOW GARAGE Between 22d and
23d, on H&lsey, in Irvington; 2 or 5 PRI
VATE stalls for rent, reasonable. Phone
Kaat 801 or call 6U1 Clackamas st.
NEW Ford 1015 runaoout bodies for sale,
BENJ. E. BOONE & CO.,
514 Alder fct.
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOS.
Large stock. I'rices $300 to $750.
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO.,
Corner Chapman and Alder.
1913 MITCHELL, 5-passenger. electric light
and starter; first-class condition; $ii00;
will take Ford or Flanders as part pay.
20S Alder. Ii. D. Oliver.
FOR HIRE. $1.50 PER HOUR.
5-passenger 1014 Ford; rates for trips or
day work; good services. Phone Main 12U1
or East 5350.
7 ACRES on Oregon Electric, at St. Louis
Station, for 5-passenger late model car,
FOR SALE -0-cy Under, 7-passenger Pierce
Ar row. very cheap. Floyd Holliday, 420
SAN FRANCISCO and return Portland by
auto $75. R 879, Oregonian.
THE place to buy or sell used cars. East
SIdeAuto Repair Co. 717 Hawthorne.
FOR HIRE $1.25 per hour, 5-passenger 1014
FORD. Phone Woodlawn 140.
40-HORSEPOWER Thomas Detroit for sale
or will trade for light car. Call East 6154.
10 ACRES Free from encumbrance to
trade for automobile; must be in good
condition. X bi6, Oregonian.
WILL swap my business, valued at $5n0, for
automobile of same value. -Palm Lunch,
1 77 4th st., '.or. Yamhill.
LOT in Vancouver, Wash., lor small auto.
A V 184, Oregonian.
WANTED Four-passenger Ford; state con
dition a nd price. AF b-S7, Oregonian. -
FOR SALE A 25 H. P. automatic Atlas
engine, 30 H. P. boiler, pump, watet
heater, etc.; also 23Va-inch water wheeL
Owner, AV 290, Oregonian.
TYPE WRITERS for rent ; 3 months for $i
and up , t months' rent applied on pur
chase price. Remington T pu writer Com
pany, 86 Broaaway, Portland, Or.
WE save you from 50 to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our illus
trated folder. Retail department WHuLci
SAL2 TYPEWRITER cO., 321 Wash. St.
STANDARD visible typewriters three months
for $4. delivered. 244 Stark street. Main
TYPEWRITERS, all make. $10 to $5. The
Northwest Typewriter Co., 202 Stark st.
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C, 231 Stark st. Main 1407.
Launches for Sale.
HOUSKISOAT for sale; 16x43; very cheap
for cash. Call Sell wood -333.
THINK OF THIS.
Send us a money order for $2.75 and we
will tend you by express, charges prepaid,
four bottles of either Sunny Airook. Cedar
Jirook or Old Taylor Whisky ; all bottled
in bond and the bst on the market. Ala
mo Distributing Co.. post off ice box os7,
San Francisco, CaL Agents for F. L
D w y er.
$2800 LAUNCH for 2.".c on the dollar; 45x3
feet ; seats 50 people; launched one year
ago; fine 4-cylinder, 4-cycIe medium
hVavy duty engine. Phono Main 4310,
after G:30, or AF W98.Oregonian.
CASH REGISTERS, large etork on hand; we
sav. you 40 to 00 per cent ; all registers
guaranteed. Cash Register Exchange, 351
FOR SALE $100 safe, $30; $75 Toledo comp.
scales. $5; 20-ft. counters. $7.u0; all de
livered frv;e in Portland. E. It. auily, St.
J o h C.S. Or. C o L 6 6 S .
SELL us or let us sell you, your office or
store equipment, large line of general
tore and office fixtures, new and second
hand. 05 1st st.
BILLIARDS New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard tables and bowling
atlevs and accessories; easy payments. Tne
Bru'nswick-Balke Collender Co.. 46-48 5th.
SEWING MACHINES, new and second
hand sale or rent, $2 up. Sewing Machine
Emporium. 390 3d St., near lay lor. Main
9431. A 3026.
DIAMOND house paints, strictly pure; made
in Oregon, per gallon, $1.65. Portland
Paint Co., 230 Front st. Marshall 100.
HOCHFELD'S Camera Exchange, 85 3d st.
Cameras, kodaks and lenses bought, sold
and exchanged. We sell the lea cameras.
FOR SALE A second-hand pool table very
cheap. 63 N. 3d st.
PLUMBING supplies at wholesale prices.
gtark-Davis Co.. 212 3d st. Main 707.
The Mosler' Safe Co.. 2Q4 Stark st.
USE Bassett's ?tive Herbg for rheumatism.
1M tablets for 25c All druggists.
WANTED M ISCEIJANEOl'S.
I NEED good used furniture; will pay high
est prices. Call Marshall 5S7.
OWL FURNITURE CO. pays best price for
your furniture. 231 lat st. Main 4027.
WANT $10,000 used furnltura; pay good
prices; starting new store. reuv ooa
WANTED Phonograph and records; xnu&i
CASH paid for hair combings. Sanitary
Beauty Parlors, 40Q Dekum bldg.
WANTE D- National cash register. Main
606. 351Vi Washington st.
H IGHF.ST price paid for household goods,
store, office fix cures, etc Main 4435.
WANTE U M I SC K L LA KO CS.
WANTED SECOND - HAND CLOTHES.
We pay highest cash price for ladies'
and gents cast oft" clothing, bicycles and
everything lh merchauuite. Call us up. We
need it and will pay for it.
GLOBE STOKE, liS3 First St.
Main liuftO. Main 20S0.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING WANTED.
J. MEYETi. THE TAILOR.
PATS THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
CLOTHING AND SHOES. WE CALL
PROMPT L Y THE R ELI A BLE BU Y E R.
MAIN 7573. 220 MAD1SUN.
THE HONEST DEALERS.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BUYERS.
We pay big prices for ladies' and
men's clothes, shoes, etc; Try us.
call Broadway 3i32. C51 Front t.
FURNITURE WAN T E D W E PAY TH5
HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR HOUSE
HOLD GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
KLINE'S, EAST 7160. 374 HAWTHORNE
AVE.. CORNER UNION.
FOR a thoroughly reliaule house to buy or
sell household goods or anything in the
hardware line, call the Levin Hardware Se
Furniture Co., 221 Front, phone A 7J74,
MaLi ju 2.
2D - H AND FURNITURE. ETC., WANTED.
Don't give it away. Get our figures first.
Standard Fur. Co.. 1S2 1st. Main 773.
35 OR 40 YDS. OF DIRT to fill on E. 10th,
betAven Weid Ier and Broadway. J una J 2.
Call East 714.
WAN" T El 36 folding chairs. Oive condition
and price. AK 870, Oregonian.
WANT stock of furniture and men's clota
ing: highest cash price. Marshall 5S7.
WANTED Excavating and team work.
Phone East 4S04. C 1477.
HELP YA N TE D M A LE.
Y. M. C. A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL
SPECIAL SHORT COURSE.
REDUCED RATES TO SEPT. 1.
Unusual opportunity. For particulars
call at educational office "Y. M. C. A-. In
cluded in tuition cost is full Ais'n member
ship to Oct. 1.
Men, how about a nice pair of light
Summer pants to wear with that old coat
and vest? I have 'era at $2.50. $3 and
$3.50. Jimmy Dunn, 315-16-17 Oregonian
Mdg. Elevator to 3d floor.
HIGH-GRADE SUITS AT $10.00.
Men! I have about 50 $20 and $25
high-class light color summer suits at $10.
To be sacrificed instead of carrying over
to next year. Jimmy Lunu, 3d floor Ore
goi l i an bk 1 g .
JANITOR for hotel, married man; must
have had actual experience as Janitor and
must understand oil heating plant; repairs
around hotei; wife to do light work; ?7u,
room and board; refreuces required.
AM 006, Oregonian.
HAVE several openings for establishment
independent mail oruer business. Energy,
good habits, sound judgment more import
ant man capital, spare time iirsu Par
ticulars free. Opportunities Exchange.
X . . IV 1 , XT V-
POSTOFFICE examination at Portland soon.
Prepare now uncier former Government
examiner. Booklet S-31 free. Write today.
Patterson Civil Service School, Rochester.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE Expert
instructor to teach you the barber trade in
8 weeks; tools tree; position guaranteed;
paid while learning. 232 2d, near Main.
WE have an opening in our office for 3
wide-awake canvassers; to the right man
will give permanent employment and pay
big returns. Apply. 9 to 10 Monday, 413
CAil advanced you weeKiy selling -our han
dy guaranteed ornamental and fruit stock.
Right now best time to start. Washing-
ton Nursery Company, Top punish. Wash.
WANTED Experienced janitor for an apt.
house; must be married. Address, stating
experience and qualifications, E uy, Ore
gonian. ABLE-BODIED MEN to prepare for lire
men, brakemen ; $ 1 JO monthly. Positions
obt. lined free. Railway Association, Ore-
liAKNESSMAKERS wanted at once, stitch
ers, cutters and machine men; steady
work, good pay. Calgary Saudiery Company,-
Ltd., Calgaiy, Alto.
CAN YOU sell the best fly repel lan t to
dairies, farmers and milkmen? lou'ii need
a horse or an automobile. Large commis
sion See Plummer Drug Co, t0 3d st.
SA LESM AN v anted to sell our up-to-dato
and extensive line. outfit free ; cash
weekly. Address Capital City Nursery
Company Salem, Or.
SADDLE horses, 50 cents first hour, liG cents
additional; English or stock saddles. Mujt
nomah stable?, loth and Madison. M. 5o0.
EXPERIENCED r e t ai 1 t-1 ove and h a rdwarc
salesmen. Call Hotel Portland Monday. T. ,
PHOTO coupon agents, new offer, extra com
missions, new studio. Cutberth, Pittock
SOLI C 1 TORS for installment proposition ;
overwhelming polling arguments furnished.
515 Stock Exchange bid g.
BOY 16 to IS, to work in small grocery ;
small wages and board. Call Carter,
WANTED Names of young men wanting to
be railway mail clerks; $75 month. Answer
immediately. AV 205, Oregonian.
WANTED Station men for .solid rock and
d irt excavation highway. AE 900, Ore
gonian. WANTED Reliable solicitor; a man who
can get the business. Cascade De Works,
564 E. Oak st.
EXPERT shoe shiner ; fine proposition for
good man. A E 504. Oregonian.
EM PLO YM ENT department
Service free to members.
PHOTO agents, something new; extra com
mission paid. Sarony Studio. Royal Pidg
TWO bos at once to learn the barber trade.
4S N. -d st. m
ADDI NG machine salesman ; must be ex-perienco-u.
E &90. Oregonian,
BARBERS want'-d, new Perkins Hotel bar
ber shop; iUondy job for the right men.
CLEAN young man to take charge and milk
1 5 rows. A K S20, Oregonian. q
Help Wanted Agents.
SIDE LINE for small towns in Oregop and
Wash. "Cow Spray." a splendid fly repel
lent. Good prices, guaranteed article. Sell
to dealer, 25 per cent commission to Rales
man. One man only; must bo high-class.
Call or write, Plummer Drug Co., 2o0
Help Wanted nlesmen.
SALESM EN The easy-selling Side lino is
our Ho and 15c hosiery, sold direct to re
tail dealers at low prices and all freight
prepaid. uoodone Hosiery Mills, Kansas
HELP WANT E D I E .MALE.
WOM EN as Government clerks. 570 month ;
Portland examinations com in g. Sample
questions free. Franklin Institute. Uept,
7u3E. Rochester, N. Y.
EXPERIENCE! irirl for general housework
and plain cooking ; references. 674
AN OLD business firm needs a mature
"woman for a po.ition of trust; no clerical
work; references. E esO,Oregonian
PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS COLLEGE. All
modern business courses mo. Positions
when competent. 3"! N. W. Bank bldg.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for rc
so'.nii.Ie position. Viavi Company, 43
Pit y.trk block. 35 Washington st.
WANTED A grxi girl to assist in thi
Kitchen in private boarding-house. $ 1 j.
room and board. Call 70 W. Park.
COOK $40. eocond work. $:: to : hoos
work, $lo to $33. St. Louis Agency, -
Main st. A 717... Main 2:39.
WANTED Lady piano player; must aiso
sing; ubout 5 hours' work every after
noon. F OOT.. Oregonian.
Gl KL l or general honsow ork ; must sleep at
home. Call retwe.n It) and 12. Apt. 3. The
Roosevelt. 0tS Kearney fit.
LA DI ES TO DEMONSTRATE.
Residential work, cji y and road work ;
$2 per day. Room 3P. Columbia bldg
COOK wanted for private board ing-hous.
404 Madison Kt-, corner HJth and Madison.
GIRL WANTED For general housework ;
small family ; goouwaes. S-7 guimby.
(.'all fo re noon.
LOOK K EEP ET: S. srnosraphors and oicta
phone operators. 3 1 X. XV. Hunk bltig.
GIRLS learn beauty .-uitun', romm'n whi'e
learning. Vio!'t Shop. ,M 4 Abington b'd.4-
FIVE glris to learn beauty culture. 414
Dekum bldg. Sanitary Parlors.
Ml M MTIX'ILY'S SCHOOL, Shorthand.
Typewritin g. $5 m o. 269 1 4th. Ph. M. 3Sg3.
work. 2:;6 King s.
r rooking and houfe
Main 233 1.
EXPERIENCED lady for
washing. P car. 4:; East
housework ; no
.M h st. North.
WANTED Office assistant and typewriter
opera tor. AO OiXI. Oregon i a n.
WALST finishers, with long shop xpnrinc,
wanted; come prepared. 4M4 Morrison.
G J R L W AITRESS for coffee-house. A pply
S3 N. 4th st.
LADY barber wanted. 2S."
HEM WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
MEN and WOMEN to learn the barhet
trade, earn from $15 to $-5 per week; tui
tion reduced, paid while learning; positions
pecured write for free catalogue. Tha
Molcr System of Colleges. Ad. 48 N. 2d,