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THE MORNING .OREGOSIAX, SATURDAY. OCTOBER O. 1915.
This dirnrrnrv i .... i
. , - r. " , " ""uimaugn oi mo puDiic. to give as t.ir as possi-
.iV? . 5l"erent ''" of business which the average person may find occa-!.-
1 ufL Any '"'"""aUon which cannot be found here will be gladly
inrnished by phoning Main 7070 or A 6095. House 40.
A-bTKAfcTa aW TITLKa. MKSSKXCKK SERVICE.
P PaSliJ Tu'fi 1C-Su,'Jt r-rf,D01e ,pT?ce- HASTY SiEasENGEK CO. Motorcycle ano
racUlc Title A Irmt Co.. . Co. of Com. Mcycles. phone Main 53. A 210a.
X. STEPHAN", Lerasiitulilcg. scalloping ac
cord., aide pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders, :iu9 fiuoca block. Broadway luya.
Pleating. hen.su letting, buttons covereu.
Eastern Novelty Co.. bSfr 5th. B'wty jjuou.
AbSAVliKS AU A-NALVSTs.
HO.STANA AbSAX OFFICE, lii", id. Gold.
silver and platinum bought.
,V?-JtELSlJxl LAWYJilt. Ola PITTOCK
ELK. CO.SSULTATlO.'j mEB, BPY SlIS.
1'- FiiEEDliAN. UMJ chamber o Com.
otii ti h.o 1 ilLii CO. Uug. iroui o.d car
pets, ras ruga, lag jj. bta. fcjotn pnoaes.
cellllou bltxos. bauoeu.
.c?.E IttWi.N-HOIJiUN CUMl'ASli
Vatbinston St. Matn 312 and A 120.
William. Eatelle and William. Jr.. Deveay.
the only scientuic cairopuuis'-s in the city.
Parlors 3u2 Goriinger bids., aoutbv-nst
corner d aiid Alder. Phone Main 13UL
CHlliOfODX and pedicurins. Mrs M. U.
Hill. Office ir'lleUncr blug. Main 24i4.
' CBmumUHi imalCLlNa.
tK. HcllAhuS, aula year. Chronic cose,
i taking ume. 31 treatment, S.1S. xm. 4th st.
CLAIMS ox any ueacripuon collected on per
centage anywhere; highest class refer
eiices. The Harden Mercantile Agency,
426 Henry bid,. Phone Marshall 4au.
& CO.. Worcester bids. Main 17U&
Jo collection., no charge. K ablUned lju.
ilANCHKSTER Dancing Acatiemy, 65U. 6tn
St., bet. Stark and Oak; sp'l rates, S pri
vate lesson, morning, afternoon, eve
ning, all latest dances guaranteed. Class
ul.urs.. Bat, evenlntja, 7-S:3Q. ''qwy .tiu.
HEATH'S SCHOOL Lessons daily: class
A"e-, FrL ve- 8 to -!d St.. bet.
aanlngJonand Stark sta; leaaons. ioc
WCLKEY BLDG., lid'and Morrison 10 les-
Boiij, fj; ciassts Mon., Fri. jeve. Mars. 313.
EYE. EAK NOSK A.N UIUitOAI.
tment by specialist; glasses lilted. Dr.
F. F. Cassaday. 517 Uckum bldg., 3i
JEROME B. STE1XBACH. gen'l insurance
lire, autumobile. t13 Corbett bid. Mn. title.
M. UUA.Mi, genl Insurance, tire.
marine, auto. lots and wa "torn, of Com.
MODEL A SPECIALTY JlACHlNB WORKS.
ARMSTRONG MFG. CO.. No. 4 Second at.
Phone Broadway 8U7. Headquarters tor
specialty machine work, design perfect
ing, experimental work, model making and
man Ufa during.
AUTO AND UL'CiuX iOi'S.
dubrille uuiwi ioe CO., aua 2d t.
BAUliAUU CUti'KKU AX U03LK.
Baggage Jfc Omplbua Transfer. Far it 6c r vIa.
Hoyal Bakery A conl.. iiic. lliii r.nd EveretU
BULVVtKfj AN1 BOITLEKS.
HENRY WHl.NiUltU luia aad Burplde.
UitV GOODS. NOTIONS. 1 L li-MSUlNGS.
t'LElSCH.SEK, iLlAlEK Jc CO.. iUI Asa SU
IvLLt 1K1CAL Si;l'l'Ll-S.
Etubbs ElecLrlcai Co.. tith and llne sts.
Albers Bros Aliillna; Co., Front and MarsbalL
H- M. HOUSER, Board of Trade Bids.
WADHAM3 & CO.. MT-I5 f'ourtb St.
HATS AND CATS.
TH ANHAUSEK HAT CO.. 64-56 Front St.
Ill U liS. WOOL. CASCAKA HAltlv.
KAHN BROS.. 1U1 Front st.
MliN'3 AND WOMEN'S NKCKWEAB.
COLUMBIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. 83 5tta St.
UNCALLED - FOR ANSWERS
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFIC3
FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAY BE HAD BY PRESENTING
YOUR CHECKS AT THE OREUONIA.-J
A 106. 107, 109. 11B, 131, 132, 135. 138, 140.,
07. SO. Si, 108. 121. 134.
V 100. 131. 134. 13U, :;. 141.
1 117, 127, 13U, 131. 133, 134. 130. 130, 133,
K 7. 110. 111. 112, 113. US, 131. 132. 419.
V 100. 10.1. 109. 116. 118, 120. 128, 133.
; 12. 13L 137.
II 110. 113, 118, 119, 131, 132. 136. 130, 142,
.1 ill. 112, 113. 113. 133. 134. 1S7.
K -". 100, 107, 114. 110. 117. 118, 119, 136,
13. 142. 14:;. 144, 145.
1. B3. loo. 112. 111!. 11S, 131. 140, 141.
M 111. 124, 136. 137.
" 111. 131, 132. 134, 136, 130.
O 109, 133.
J- 111. 120. 121, 133, 134. 133. 130, 13S. 13'J.
R 57. 105. 10S, 115, 116, 119, 126, 134. 134
130. 1441. S7S.
S 110 112. 114. llfi. IIS. 132, 135. 136, 140.
T lit!. 120. 131, 137, 13S. 141.
X 1. llo. 110. 117. 120, 12 131, 132, 133,
135. 136. 140. 447.
W 70. 110. 113. 114, 116. 117. 133. 134.
3t 100. 11.1. 126. 130, 142. 4::. 44. XX 100,
XX 9I1. XX OSS.
V 63. 114. 116. 118. 121. 124. 131. 137.
AB 62. 114. 116. IIS. 121. 124, 131. 137.
Alt 02, 110. 120. 132. 136. 137. 206, 730.
AI) 120, 121, 133. 130.
AE 107, 114. 116, II!). 129. 130, 132. 138.
A I' lOO, 120. 134, 140.
AC. 110. 127. 130. 140. 141. 142.
All KM. 10S. 116. 124. 126. 127. 130, 142,
A-I 33. 104. 105. 122. 123. 128, 143.
A K lOti. 119. 143. 144. 145.
AI. 97. HO. 12S. 131. 134. 135, 141.
AM OS. 107. 127, 130. 132. 133. 134, 135.
AN 117, 127, 131. 132. 133. 1SS.
AO 116. 12t, 130. 183.
AP 121. 133. 154.
AR 110. 119. 121. 12S, 130
BC 14. 68, 70. 73. 74, 79, 80. 82. S3. 113. IIS
119. 120. 141, ISO.
Ill) OS, - TO. 7!. S:l. 91. 103. 120 121 125
II K 56. 60. 61. TO, 72. 92. 97. K)7. 10S, 129.
If abovff answers are not called for within
six days same will be destroyed.
IONIC COURT. NO. 1, ORDER
OF THE AMARANTH Stated
meettns; this Saturday) evening
at 8 o'clock. Masonic Temple. De
grees. ALICE C GIBBS. Sec
EXTRA N'ow emblem Jewelry of all
at Jegr Brot. 131-3 SLxtn et.
BARTENSTETN' Mrs. Eva Bartenstein.
daughter of Job and Hannah McXemM,
rar'y plonpers. vt this city, passed away
at the home of hr daughter, Mrs, Minnie
V ryon. Friday morning, October 8, asd
S3 3?ars. Funeral nutice later.
THORN E Raymond W. Thorn, aged 9
yoars li .as, son of Mr. aitd Mrs S. A.
Thome, ino-j Vernon .venue, died at 12:30
o'clock this morning of tubercular menin
sltis. IouisvU,t?, Ky., papers please copy.
JCVI.O October S. at the fumlly residence,
."2 Kirby fi.. Howard Kylo. aged .". years
.1 months "O days, boloved son of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Kylo. lmalni st Pearson's
undertaking parlors, Kuetelt st., at Union
T. RTEXSTE1X At her lat residence, 823
K. Washington St.. October 8. Mrs. Eva
Bar tens tern. aKi t0 years. Kemnins are
at Ho'.man'i funeral parlors. Announce
ment of funeral later.
liAXDERS In this city, October S, John
Landers. The remains are at the residence
establishment of J. P. Kinley & Son., Mont
gomery at Fifth, Notice of funeral here
after. fAPAS October Tony Papas, aged 41
years. Remains are at Dunning1 & Me
En tee's parlors. Notice of f unerMl la ter.
HARDMA.V In this city. October 4. Se
bastian M. Hard man. afred ti4 years 9
months b days. Friends invited to attend
funeral services, which will i; held at
Tiotman's parlors at 2 P. M. todav Satur
riay, October 0. Interment Riverview Cem
etery. Services at th grave private.
irPONOt'OH John McDonoush. October 7,
aKed years, father of James. John. Ltda,
1'lla McDonoush and Anna shiedy. Serv
Jres will be held this (Saturdayt morning
st 9 o'clock from St. Patrick's Church. In
terment at Mount Calvary. Funeral in
charpre of Dunning- & McEntee.
THORN E Funeral of Raymond F. Thorn
will leave the residence, 1ik"2 Vernon ave,
nue. at 1 :15, thence to the church. Fif
teenth and Wye ant, where services will
he held at 1 :S0. Interment Rose City
cemetery. Funeral in charge of Miller A
- . . . . . .
Emit Thielhorn, violin teacher, pupil Sevlck,
207 Flledner bldg. A 41i0. Marshall l-.
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTiClANS.
j-O..- Why pay big prices foi
sSPTTiZ-ffai glasses I can lit your
gff' V-tnc "S. eyes with lirst-qualitj
TS-e lenses In a eold-fillea
Xt'w4a? frame, as low as L50.
2ji5 lenses duplicated at a t:S
saving, Satisfactlou guaxanteea. c vv. uuuu
man. oDtoznetrist 2u'J Morrison. Ma.n -iZ.
PATENT ATTORN E VS.
R. C. WRIGHT 2i years' practice U. S. and
foreign patents C01 Dekum bldg.
POHTLAXD WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near :14th and iork sts. Main ilsJ.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E- Gantenbein. Mgr..
Printing and linotyping, luow front
cor Stark. Main or A 141 .
rag rrrns anu mi f rugs.
New rugs from old Ingrain. rJrusse.s.
Smyrna, Asminster carpels: carpet clean
ing, refitting, resizing. country oruers
prompt attention, send for booklet.
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO.,
S4-5S Union ave. N". Phone E. oolB, B 14ia.
SHOWCASES AND HAT t RES.
SHOWCASES and fixtures, new end second
hand. 43 N 10th. 15roadwar 774.
WESTERN FIX'IL'HK t SHOW CASH CO.
STORAGE AND T RAN S"E4s.
AO-WAYS 'FiCK. IliU liJiST" Houaeiioid
Goods Specialists, biuragu, Fackiut. aai
giug Moving. idorse or Auto aum.
Lsecial ireiijii: rates to all points.
j.i and Din, st Broadway ilti. A. ltf'JtL
OitliGON TKAS4iF.H CO.. 474 Giis&n Lt.,
corner IStn. TeJepaon lain y or A. lio.
We own and operate two larjje clas 'A'
warehouses and terminal traciui.
insurance rates in city.
MOVING BACKING. Srili'l'ING, STOHAGii
Reduced freight rates to all points.
jlAJi.S iG Waxehouse &. TransXer Co.,
Main Tua. ltn and Xioyt. A:14.
MAIJiSUN-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
OiHice IbM Madison. General inercn&nuids
and lorwarding agents. Z.Jhone Main Tttul.
Prepare for lima. tu5 wetland bldg.
line mounts, f. J. Ureice, only one is
city. a4tf Columbia au M. 743.
FlUST-CLsASrf seasoned fir. $-1.00; distant
delivery $4.75. iiauonal Fuel Co, !. -u
and Oregon. East 041.
GHiiEN and dry filabwood, blockwood, Pan
ama Fuel Co. Main 0720. A 3Mitt.
f I l.l .lK.Hy
BRADSHAW us, siuiriEon and 7th ta
1'AIMO AND LtUli.iCAl l.Mi OILS.
W. 1'. fULUtU i-O, lam and Davis.
1-ALN1S, OIL AXU GLASS.
RASMUtiSJ. & CO.. 2d and Taylor streets.
I'lTE. Fll'b; 1 ITTl.Nli AND VALVtS.
M. L. KLINE, S4-sij Front st.
1'LLillilNG AND sTLAil ftLl'l'LLLS
M. L. K.L1NE. S-&t .Front St.
fULNTEKS AND I'LDLISUEUS.
F. W. BALTES & CO.. 1st and Oak sis.
1-liOUL CE CO.UJIISSION MFKt I1AN1S.
EVEKD1NU As FAKHELL, llu Front.
BOTE AND BINDING TtVlNE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14Lh and Northrup.
SAl'ETV KAZOK UONLNG.
AUTOMATIC KEEN EDGE CO.. !S9i4 4ti.
SASH, DOOKS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
Scrap Kubber and Metals
J. LEVE. 186 Columbia st. Alain 5198.
WALL PAfEK. '
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d st.
SCHLIGER October 7. at family residence,
806 E. 11th St. N Johnny Schliger. aged
2 years 11 months 13 days. Funeral serv
ices today (Saturday), October 9, at 2
P. M.. from the German Zion Congre
gational Church, E. th and Fremont sts.
Arrangements in care of Pearson Under
KREYER In this city. Oct. 8. at his late
residence, 3ti3 Beech street John H
Kreyer. aged t-7 years. The funeral services
will be held today (Saturday) at 12 o'clock
roo. at the residence establishment of J
P. Finley &. Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends invited. Interment at Lone Fir
HATMORN Funeral of the late Edwyne
Hathorn will' leave the residence, 4334
Seventy-fifth street Southeast, at 1:45.
thence to the church, Millard avenue and
Seventy-fourth street, where services will
be held at 2 P. M. Interment. Multnomah
Cemetery. Funeral in charge of Miller
ln only realdenoe unaertakinjc tabtia
ment In Portland with private driveway.
Main .9, A
J. P. b L.Lh.X 4c teO-N.
Muutjtomexy at FlXtU.
MR. EDWARD HOLM A.N. the leading
funeral director, Z'ixt i'iiird stieet, corner
aajuiou. sUauy aaifcta.iit. A lull. Main sui.
F. A. DUNN IN a. INC
at Side Funcra .Lureioia, 14 iaat Ai
dr Lreoi. F.at 0, jB 2oza
MIlkbR & IHaCKV, mdependenk funerat
directors. ITunerai -as low as tu, (40. u.
VVasnuiBtou ana Ella sts. Main tal. A "liSa.
A. C ZE10.AU CU &92 VVlllAMfi AV'K
Hsat luss. C lUftS. lady fttunaauu Day
ana night service.
DUN. M.N a & sU'NTEE, funeral dlrectora
BroaUway ana I'ma. fbuut Mam 430, A 4aa&
F. L. llerch. East 11th and Clay streeta
Lady assiacanu East 781,
bKKWEa UNDERTAKING COUP ANT, Jd
and Clay. Alain 4112, A 2321. Lady attendant.
R, T. Byrnes. Will lama ave. &nd Knotc
EL 1115. C matt. Lady attendant.
BREEZE. A SNOOK, Sunnysida Parlors,
auto 1026 belmonu lao. IaS. H la Si.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists, S17 Wash
ins ton. Main A 1269. Flowers for all
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARICE BROS., florists. 2&7 M orison St.
Main or A IS 05. Fine flowers and florai
designa. No branch store.
MAN M SMITH. Main 7 215, A 2121. 11 leg
buildina. tith and Alder sts.
TONSETU FLORAL CO.. 283 Washington
sl. bet. 4th and 6Ih. Main 5102, A 1102.
MON I'M ENTS.
PORTLAND Marble Works, 266 4tb St., op
posite City llnlU builders of memorials
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
674 BELMONT ST.
Phones Ea 1423, B 25 IS. Open Day
and N la;l.t.
Report all cases of cruelty to this of
fice. Le trial chamber for small animals.
Horse ambulance lor sick or disabled
animals at & moment's notice. Anyone
de&iring a pet may communicate with ua
On CltT and farm roiei-Ue in
s4ny Amount at CurreziC Rates
Oorcer Fourth and &taxk (Streets.
MORTGAGE i A 4 Nl
I AMY A)UM1 B OWRBfl BJKTtS U .& ;J fl J..
on Improved .city and farm property at
current rates. Attractive- repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
Act, LABGE LOANS OS fid!,
" BtSI.V;sS PROPERTIES -
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
217-219 Northwestern Bank Bulldlag.
Marshall 4114. A 4118.
1M PItO VI.IJ RESIDENCE PROPER-
tles. Residence Loans 6 and 7 Per Cent
according to location. Plenty of money.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-8 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
WE WILL, BlILD AND FINANCE
Flats and Apart
ments In any part of
the city costinp; from
$2000 to J20.000;
payments like rent.
( " i ! u nrl cAa no
E. BOWMAN A CO
1. Commercial Clnb tin I iri in -
Western Bond &
Onr Own Money at Current Rates
MUNICIPAL. AND CORPORATION
80Foiirtl St., Board of Trade Bids!
REA L ESTATE DEALERS.
P.TLMElt-JONLS CO., II. P., 4O4-4O5--40
ASSOCIATED INVEST. CO.. 621 YKON.
BENEDICT BROS.. 930 Hawthorne ave. -
For Sale Lots.
IRVINGTON Choice loL near 16th and
ixoo, terms. Ait 12a, oregoman.
SACRIFICE (1600 Laurelhurst lot for S300.
D 144, Oregonian.
For Sale Houses.
PORTLAND HE1CHTS SVAT
All new and fresh. R m inn ti i-4-i n
Portland Heights car from Postoffice, tt
uit"-o num asiiinEton st, feriectiy mod
ern house, four sleeping-rooms and enam
eled and tilerf halh in l in nor- slnrv -nn
derful large dining-room with .argest cut-
itiepiace in city, taniug 5-ioot log:
Unusual dlnlncronm u.-ith v.santtfi.i a..AU.-
aad fireplace; droam of kitchen, all white
enamel and tiled floor, 3 built-in fireless
f0kera hooded gas range and all Dutch
Kitchen, conveniences; maid's room, bath
and toliet, heating plant, laundry, wine
closets, etc.. In lower story and large uor
age basement below; solid oak ctairs, great
ic-ij.ui porcn. i nis is one oi
tne most unusual places in Portland. Am
leaving city, will sell for Stiuuu. liberal
terms to right parties. PhonS or address
w- F- Scott, owner. Carlton loteL, city,
and arrangements will be made ior your
J UK fa ALE That new hmu in lrlnIrinn
?n.. E", lth North, between SHsklyou and
Klickitat. East front, wide street, fine
trees, large living-room 14x25, dining
room, cabinet kitchen ajid breakfast-room
downstairs, 3 bedrooms and enclosed
sleeping porch upstairs. White enamel
finish, tile manteL hardwnnH rinnr. fw.
tain condition make it possible to offer
piauo m a, very tow price. Adares
yuiLui.n, jsu o, uregonian.
uwing to owner moving out of city
will sell one of the most desirable bun
galows in center of LAURELHURST;
rooms with full attic and cement base-
iiitrni, lurnace, uutch kitchen, built-in
iuiai ana oooKcases, breakfast-room ant
sewing-room : in fant nil mi.rn
ve-": terms, small amount of cash
1JQ6 East Glisan, on carline.
THAT VAP.KT I JkT
TxWsT,01U-TURN A burde.v into
ULVE?DE WILJ- FURNISH THE
JfSJ" BOII-I APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING. PLANS FREE.
WE ARK RESPOVSIRi.R- w wi trvr
HOW; TALK WITH OUR CL1NTS; SEB
BAILEY V CO., CONTRACT1NU ARCH 1.
MODERN HOi:SE BTm satc
Owinir to iiickiiesss in mv fnmilv a
compelled to leave Portland and we want
to d:spose of our home, of which we have
chuilj' ui nuuut iuuu; matK) your own
terrns: this will bear rioter invswridti., .
houoe is located in Alameda. Park. Address
OLMSTEAD PARK home, just new Six
rooms, bath, sleupin porches, hardwood
floors, white enamel nnish. corner 2Uth and
' xuu iuusi see tnis nome to ap
Pleciate it. A 1 havn Er.;n.i4.t r
hurst home. 6 rooms and buth. all modern
t.i..ciiiCUI.c. i ne uregoa Home Build
ers. i::iu n. W. Bank bldg.
6-room, strictlv mfMim himv.innr
breakfast-room and sleeping porch thrown
in. Beautiful quarter-sawed oak finish
Large lot. This U the biggest bargain m
Portland. 111 E. Burnside, near East
41st st Owner's phone Tabor 1184. No
LAURELHURST WO VI cv
Beforu buyii.g, bo sure to look at our
iisi oi cinuisne nomes just completed in
Laurtlhurst, the addition of beautiful
homes, from 5-j00 up. on rent-like terms.
LAURELHjURST CO.. i7U Stark. St. Main
FOR SALE Modern 8-room residence with
highly improved quarter-block, most de
sirable section, Holladay's Addition 4t3
Hassalo, corner E. 10th. Price and favor
able terms will be made on inquiry to P
r RtaB -rill V- . l.j..
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW
Sl'SOO liO CASH
Five rooms, reception hall, oak floors.
--. -1 1, uuiict, nine, screens. xiX'
tures, shad eg. Phone owner. Tabor 1900.
SACRIFICE 7-room house, with garag
hard-surface, paid; good district, walk
mg uisxance, large uutch kitchen, two
awi.tiw, seme Turiuiure. Lost me 555m. Will
aen iur .wuo. iiusi raise siuvo. Owner,
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS BUILD
THE BEST HOMES. IF YOU WANT
T , J' u A 1 A REASONABLE
j-rvx c. jt,c L o. 1 fc.tt.MS IslKE RENT.
$10 PER MONTH.
Price $7.0, sma.ll, new house. 50x100
foot lot. See Austin, 7'd and Sandy boule
vard. (Gregory Inr. Co.
NEW B-ROOM BUNGALOW BNAP.
i oeiieving; some trade; ren
terms. Owner, 1324 Grand ave. N. Wood
ia,wja Ka.v km nuiman 6L oeiiWOOd 7a.
IF YOU would like to commence th hnila
ing of a new home on your lot and have
it tuny iinancea. come in and talk It
CURTIS. 67 H OAK.
PLANS FREE. WILL FINANCE."
AND BUTl.U HOME ON YOUR VA
CANT LOT WITH SUPERVISING AR
AH11CL1, ILKTJS, gtiT OAK ST.
LAURELHURST Before you huv son mnrt
ern 8-room house. 11 Laddlngton Court,
eurr.'U!i'iu ny eiecant names hanr it
tract, less than cost. Owner, Tabor 32S4
BARGAIN Home or small investm -nt
terms; cottage. 7452 and 1454 East Couch
dwelling. 819 East Taylor. Address box
su . ronwroy, asn.
$19 75 NEW, strictly modem 5 -room bun
gnaw: cost me zmhi; soxj o, block
car- rlOSft im ITiOa rnh t-w-i n t-a t
ROSE CITY PARK. nw. five-
room bnngaiow, must be sold this week
at o.io tu- riiu sx. upen from 1J to
MARVELOUS CHANCE; Westmoreland
oungaiow, hlq St.. uoo. Owner, Mar-
sua n jiit,
$700 EQUITY for $200 tn modern 5-room
nungaiow. oitxiwi lot. inquire 4-420 E.
-ium. v v car to ,iti ave.
CLASSY new 5-room modem bunralow.
$16 50. Owner. Tabor 1404. Cash or
MUST sell lot 100x105: fruit. 7-ronm hnn.A
$1 i00. terms, or make an offer. Perry's
i-w i tuiu gi .. jonn? car to r lsite.
LAURELHURST home, modern. 8 rooms
iuvu equity; sale or trade. Tabor jt&50.
4-ROOM bungalow in Mon ta villa for sale'or
traae. un k l?50, Sunday.
Suburban Home Property-.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
fJood soil, grxd water, close to earllne
terms; win Duild to suit parens
Phone Marshall 1SS5 or Be'.lwood 47.
JOHN GIBSON, OWNER.
For Sale Acreage.
75 CASH DOWN
Buys my new bungalow with whole acre
oi grouna on rocic Douievara, close to Fort
land. You can't beat it. Call at 500 Con
cor a oiag ana slat.
For Sale Acreage.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET OUT IN
3 acres for sale, all In cultivation, i
In loganterrles, running water on place
under pressure; if you have money to
bui'.d house will do; bal. long time. Come
out to Huber station. Fourth-street clec
trij; ask at store.
CHICKEN. FRUIT. GARDEN RANCHES.
r.ear Portland. Gresham district; near
electric station; $75 to $-!h) per acre; easy
terms;- best soil, free wood.
Farms for sale, all sixes.
FRANK M FARLAND REALTY CO..
j. cm -ojus-. roruana, ur.
FOR SALE 1'-4 acre, fine location, close in
with house, barn, chicken-house and fruit
trees, racing fine street and "sidewalk;
half cash and the rest on mortgage or
good trade. Phone Sellwood 1766
INVESTIGATE THIS BEFORE YOU BUT.
cres near Orenco; best black loam
mvii, mi cultivated; J. per acre; will di
vide and give easy terms if dt-slred. See
TiZ' Ha.ndyaL ?WIJer. Stock Exchange
bldg. Marshall 2- V
i,.ACKEs. !" miles from Portland, electric
line. $o0 less than adjoining laud is
ai-tu'L''y seumg ior at present. Tabor 24
BEAUTIFUL 2-acre tract, 5-cent fare; make
offer. Box 10. Lents P. O.
For Sale Fruit Lands.
-l-N U, V 0 11 r. t? nrchfirH s Unn x i. -i
"i.Mcintnig. vaiue s&(HMt. To close es-
tCiTW erince at half price. Accfcpt
. BUvUU,uuim j.u casn payment,
balance to suii.
S. W. LEONARD. HOTEL NORTON I A
For Sale Farms.
REAL ESTATE TO THE HIGHEST
Sealed bids will be received by the Ad
justment Bureau of the Portland Associa
tion of Credit Men, 6(M Commrclai block,
Portland. Or., uo to Monriav ivr,,., i?
at 12 o'clock noon, for the following prop-
An equity of redemption for the farm
known as the Brownsdale farm .itunrd
between Aurora and PrahL in Clackamas
Said farm consists of 56 acres, about
35 acres of which are under cultivation.
Z acres rich upland, and about 10 acres
of the best beaverdam land; the land is
described by metes and bounds and the
description may be seen at our office The
mortgage claim against the land at this
time Is approximately $700. We reserve
the right to reject any and all bids. Each
Old must be accompanied by cash or cer
tv. cnec 10 tlie amount of io per cent
FOR . SALE OR EXCHANGE.
wptiou on ito acres, 7 miles south of
"iiaun ireca, w asn.. lia acres. In culti
vation three-room, plastered house barn
Eranarv a nd ihipirn.hn.i..' i
orth $25 per acre; mortgage' $20u0, $5i0
due October 1:0, baL a years; will take
,. B nine money, or ail cash;
'qc uuer. joox -i-t. corning, Cal.
IMPROVED arrfa K.Hlim .TT
"wu, ,aiuiiiB swuu lerniB. iteynoias, al-
FCi? SALE Cowlitx County stump lands,
V"" cre up; good soil, well watered.
smrp. tittocK block. Portland.
W ANTED - REALESTATE.
HOUSE, flats or scores wanted to $5000;
Will KiehinirA vu 1... 1. . 1 . ....
..Pw ss.j ii-lb aw iu juaia iiou.
FOB RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 5 acres, 4 miles east of Port-
N?AR Portland. C5 acres, clear. Phone E.
caiuraa or suuaay, A. il.
FOB SALE TIM B ER LAND S.
WiLL S1,1 four timDei: claims in the Rose-
rfi Tfi. ww tseven thousaud
jiar"'" niB ,B leaB than 4 cents per M.
Address BoX a3, Oakville, Wash
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M CRACKEN, 304 M KAY BLDG.
wanted to rent farms
IF you want to rent your ranch write me.
I have S. Steailv rall fr.rr. .... , I .1
f h" WHATK. Couch sc. Port-
WAXTED To r.nt one to five acres, small
, i.j luiiiifliu u, - w rem. man
and wife. 374 Yamhill st.
TO IXCHAJNGE REAL ESTATK
I WANT to trade my 14-acre farm for un-
- vi h upci vy, uiiu 11 pos
sible some cash. 8 acres cleared, nice 5
room bungalow, new bam and outbuild
ings. Potatoes, hay and other crops no
with place; 50 bearing fruit trees. 1K0
currant and gooseberry bushes, 20 logan
berry bushes, some raspberries. 2 cows,
pigs, horse, hens and tools can be bought
reasonable. Located 1 mile from city lim
its, pavement up to place; School wagon
5.In.iBCnooir Mail delivered at the gate.
Will sell for $:io0. All level bottom land
If Interested write owner. H. Berir R v
D. Box 02. Woodland. Want. "
RELINQUISHMENT n 100 acres in Eastern
Washington mflfl fir,r,, 1 1 .
lion. Lnd well fenced, good bouse ater
for domestic purposes, about G5 acres in
gram. 130 acres good tillable land, about
JO acres pastura. Address AL Bunnell, ai
SO ACRES. 25 acres cultivation, house, bam,
rchard, 23 mi'es from Portend, near Es
tacada line; will sell at a bargain or ex
change for city DTODertv: mnrrva. k-Miiio
Stout Investment Co., 723 Chamber oi
CHOICE 20-acre fruit-ranch, just coming
iiiiv ucariBg, wnn o-room nouse and out
buildings and good well water, for timber
land or house and lot In Portland Wood
lawn 003. or Woodlawn 1807
YES, BUSINESS IS GOOD
We deal excluslvel in exchanges. We
can trade your property; no junk wanted.
AYERS & SMITH.
Main 7260 001 Northwest Bid.
TWO lots. East Portland, in Norwalk
Heights, near Reed College, to exchaiiKe
for cutu: about $1300. Address C. A Cas
well, box 415, Camas, Wash.
TEN acres, bargain, Siiton carline. In cult,
running water, part beaverdam. terms;
may consumer part in trade. D 145, Ore
gonian 500 ACRES of good wheat land in Gilliam
ready to sow. For saJe or trade for Val
ley land. S 142. Oregonian.
5-ROOM house, $1600, 61st st.. clear for
equity in 5 or 0-room bungalow or lot.
Hawthorne district preferred. P 143, Ore-
EXCHANGE house and lot In Vancouver,
Wash., for Portland property. It 142, Ore
gonian. OWNER will trade equity In good improved
Last Side property for motorcar. AM 50.
EXCHANGE 2S0 acres, 70 Irrigated, build-
jiikh, lencea, outrange. Owner. D I .
Brace. T07 McKay bldg.
CLOSE-IN acreage, sale or exchange. R. A.
Miller. 833 Worcester bldg. Main 7lo5.
EQUITY of M5i for what have vou ? Bal
ance like you want it AG 15o, Oregonian.
NEW ofa.ii. In exchange for clear city Iota;
state location, price. AP 30. oregonian.
TO EXCHANGE MISCELIsANEQCg
lOO SHARES of British Pacific Coal Com
pany's stock for a horse, cow or chick-
1 i kuu wrn i r oiv or i or type
writer, or what have you? J 142, Orego-
Hors, Vehicle. Harness, Etc
SPAN of black maros. 4 and S veara old
weighing 25i0 lbs., heavy bone and blocky
built, free of blemishes and true to work.
$225; dapple-gray mare. 8 years old, very
blocky built, true to work, single or dou
ble, weighing 1350 lbs., $110; Span of 4-year-old
fillies. seal brown and very closely
mated, weighing 240O lbs., very gentle and
city broke. Model Stables, 5th and Davis.
SPAN of 2700-ib. geldings. 7 and 8 years
old. sound and free of blemishes, guaran
teed to be extra good pullers and fast
walkers, with set of heavy breeching har
ness and 34 wagon, 3no. At Howitt's
woodyard. E. SOth and Burnelde sts.
FOR SALE A gray horse, y years old.
sound, weight 17O0, gentle and city broke,
worth more than $200, sacrifice at $150!
Fhone Main 10I.
TO exchange, narrow gauge for wide gauge
farm wagon. Phone Marshall 53. Ask for
C. V Reec -
FOR SALE Good work team, weight14O0
lbs.. $35 cash, or will trade for good cow.
78 E. Watts. Woodlawn 1392.
FOR SALE, cheap. 1 team young, w ell
matched horses, weighing 270O lbs. Owner
leaving city. 226 Russell et.
NICE larre. sound 5-year-old mare cheap.
6SI2 00th ave. S. E. Tabor 2353.
$43 PAIR small mares, work single or
double. 308 E. 7th. near Clay.
DEAD horses and cattle taken away free.
Call day or night. Tabor 4203
DEAD horses and animals hauled away free.
Woodlawn 20. Portland Rendering Co,
ONE borse and wagon by dav, $1.25. J. Co
hen. 546 Front St. Main 2208. Main 6995.
Piano. Organ and Maoicai Instruments.
$12n EDISON PHONOGRAPH Mahogany
finish, with a lot of records. $25. M 1st.
FREE use of piano or player piano for 2rs
years- See display advertisement or
Schwan Piano Co. Ill 4th st
WILL pay cash for your old upright or
square piano. Call 111 4Ui at.
llanos. Organs and MnattI Instruments.
SECURITY STORAGE CO. will close out:
$425 Vose & Sons Upright $14." cash
$a0 Anon Upright, oak. ,...$L25 cash
$300 Bradford Upright. oak....$ t.1 cash
S45o Chickertng & Sons $ 5 cash
$4tK Bradbury piano $ 35 cash
Packard Organ $ cash
$"o0 Autopiano P.'ayer $265 cash
TO FIRST CALLER 109 4th. near Wash.
5c monthjy will store your piano.
YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUT NOW;
$ - 00 disc talking machine $ 3.O0
$ 3S.0O disc talking machine $14.o-
$ .o.iKJ disc talking machine $25.0tf
Jl.tO.Otl disc talkiug machine $U5.uu
$1 or more cash. rOc or more monthly.
SCHWAN PIANO CO.. Ill 4th St.
CITY LOT WANTED. clear. In exchange
for new piano; when answering quote low-
est price and location. BC, 68. uregonlaa.
WILL give a piano good care and pay small
rent for use of it. Phone Tabor 2632.
Knrnltore for (Sale,
FOR SALE Furniture 4 rooms, apt. for
rtnt; close to Wash. High School; ac
count sickness. Phone East 3720.
FLAT for rent, furniture for sale. Easy pav-
m en ts If d esi red. Close in. Phone E-ast
6681. 294 E. 2d N , '
HOUSE FOR RENTj furniture for sHe
FURNITURE, complete, of 4 rooms, for sale,
cheap. Tabor tetJ4.
USED AUTO SNAPS.
1914 HT'PP. 5-passenger. 32-H. P.. elec
tric starter and lights. AI condition.
Snap. $ 7. Mi.
1V13 OVERLAND. 5-passenger. $475.
1U13 MITCHELL, 5-passenger, electric
starter and lights. $700.
1012 MITCHELL, 5-paasenger, 6-cylln-uer,
STODDARD. 5-passenser, In AI con
SEVERAL OTHERS TO SELECT FROM.
See our stock of used cars before you
buy. W e will save you money.
MITCHELL. LEWIS A STAVER CO .
East 1st and East. Morrison.
East 7.172. B llo.
FORDS FORDS FORDS FORDS
1U14 Ford 5-pass., fully equipped. eic
t r c lights and speedometer. This car was
bought new lasi February. $35u.
lll Ford 5-pass.. fully equipped, elec
tric horn, speedometer, master vibrator
and pretsto tank; finest condition, $2U0.
19U Ford roadster, fully equipped; has
large sample trunk on rear. $205,
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EX..
Limited Ford Agent.
E. 1190 East lath and Hawthorne ave.
GOOD values In used cars Hudson Four
IWia, 5-pajisenger, in splendid condition!
electric starter. GK: Cadillac itu nA2
seat covers, new tires. AI condition great
Oil V. !.. TS.-trar t ( .r 1 .. 1 .
repainted, good value. t..0o: Mu. 11 -.
passenger, foredoors, 3o0; 1013 Cadillac
' . uvwunujeo, swu; uartercar.
I"-?001 condition, a serviceable car. onlv
i r u -ovey Motor Car Co.. Ist and
GASOL1NE AND OIL
Who'esale and retail. Prices will justify
;-our investigation. 1004 Wilcox bids..
Portland. 1'hore Marshall 2344.
MAKES night look like day; greatest oar-
gains in e;ectric batteries 111 city. We also
sell gas at I2t and have the best equipped
r. T- , ,, -'-"". open cay and
night. Stanley Garage & Machine Works.
4iu Burnside st. Main ti
rnjAua 1 r-u. as good as new. driven 2500
miles only, see this car before you buy
a bargain for cash. Traders to not an-
sie sta betA-een y and 1 a. M.
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOS.
Large stock. Prices $30O to $750.
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO.,
Corner Chapman and Alder.
NEW and used Ford cars sold on easy
BEXJ. E. BOONE ft CO..
514 Alder st.. Portland.
1913 REO 5-passenger. electric lighted, etc.
" wui ui tie; win ceil
.w .is,iiv priy. raona roau
BARGAIN Hudson 33 tour-in 0- -. . v,TTT
oughly overhauled, excellent condition
fully equipped; leaving town and must
BUNGALOW GARAGE, between 22d and
sou, on xaaisey sl., irvingtoii; have one
more fine private stall for rent. Phone
cm or cm ot-j. uiaCKSmM St.
6rLLt..L SALE on standard makes of Fori
co. t . 1 j aca.
BENJ. E. BOONE & CO.
51 Alder EL
Our list of used car bargains elsewhere in
this column. Covey Motor Car Co., 21st
GARAGES erected complete, $30 up; ready
TAKE-DOWN MFG. CO.
543 Water st.. near Harrison. Main 1167.
ER Y high-priced roadster, fully equipped,
with 5 new non-skid casings. This car is
in excellent shape. Hth and Burnside.
Main t;22. Call for Mr. Finch.
STUDEBAKER, 1115, 5-passenger, Just like
--. ' easy terms. 4u Hurnslde,
Main bU22. A 2341. Call tor Mr. Finch.
TWO GOOD ROADSTERS, can be used for
uviivejy tare mn burnside. Main 00
Call for Mr. Finch.
11KTZ, 101 j model. 5-oassemrrT n!mr.t
at a big sacrifice. Htb Burnside. Main
0J2. Call for Mr. Finch.
A BARGAIN Locomobile SO, stripped road.
.i.c.. jinn, reu uunoee,' oT5 Jef
P BUYS my 7-passenger Win ton. Take
. vtv niKin. u hj. oregonian.
NEW Ford chassis, AI condition, for sale
h . ciVJlJ' touring car; yu; terms;
WANTED o-passenger Ford. State model,
cunuition, price and terms, o 13U. urego
gooa neacn lots at Salt Air to trad
v" .nvmiat. aai 01, uregonian.
Ford or a llcht rar fnp riniiv
ery; must be cheap. Tabor 4it07.
WANTED Man with car. teach driving $1
' -' ""m . Btcnuji w orifc. 1U XI in.
Automobiles for Hire.
aia JU.7. A 1077. Am. Auto Touring
Serice. $1.50 hour un. Smiriai o
ments. shopping, calling trips; gone rates.
shopping, calling a specialty. Broadway
vumtab?. cars, up; zone rates; com
.'.I't tia. aui i . iain oiso.
K??iT 5-passenger, hourly $1. Woodlawn
FOR HIRE Reasonable, clean, classy Hud-
cvn vai , vtirciui a river. Jiaui i S.
1115 FORD for hire. $1 per hour. East 4755.
Uog, Bird, pet Stock.
THREE fine hunting dogs will be given
away toaay at o'clock at the May
..aiunoiD -UIUpjUiy. TASK IOC Jd r. 3d
TRAINED bird dog for rent for Sunday
sjaymms.J, gQTa AlUlUft ave. bB4
FOX terrier pups for sale. 49 3d st.
2 HEAD of hieh-hrf rf Anirv
Jerseys. 2 Guernseys, 6 Hoistelns; these
are extra good cows and all fresh or 10
freshen soon. Woodstock car to 5!Kh
and 3 blocks west to 3m h st. and 50tu
IF Y'OU have good beef cattle for sale,
steers, cows or veal. -a 1 1 V m ? fsn
200 HE1FFERS and dairy cows;- terms.
pnice. 1 . ni'in siccK Yards.
EQUIPMENT FOR RENT AND FOR SALE.
1 01 rr.,i, oc JIALUIaKKi CO..
1.LW 1 con Bldg. Main 6705, A 3338.
TYPEWRITERS for rent; 3 months for $5
end up ; 0 mon t lis rent applied on pur
chase price. Rem t fig ton Tj pe writer Com-
liiji , ou Droauwaj, roniana, or.
WE save you from o0 to 75 per cent on all
muKt-a or typewriters; sena ior our illus
trated foTder. Retail denartnwnt w Hni.P
SALE TYPEWRITER CO., 321 Wash r.
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, $10 to $65. The
Northwest Typewriter Co.. 262 Stark su
NEW. rebuilt, second -hand rentals at cut
ra ice. 1. v.. iii KiarK st. Main 140T.
FOR SALE CHEAP, SCO gasoline stove; has
2 burners and oven; only used $ weeks.
EDISON phonograph, very fine round cab-
mei, large oaa corn, aoout auu records,
??50. Main ley-.
ELEC MOTORS FOR RENT. FOR SALE.
. , UAV1S St tU
103 E. Water St. East 3146. B 22.1
ELECTRIC MOTORS for sale, trade or rent:
expert repairing, walker Electric Works
413 Buinsic'e at. Brd. or A 6674.
SAFE. 46 inches high. 30 wide, cheap for
cash. 315 Washington ct, Vancouver.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for sale
cheap. Mnln 76ff.
ROLLTOP DESK for sale cheap. 244 Stark.
POOL tablr. cheap for cash. 315 Wash St..
Vancouver, Wa h.
TRACTION wood saw, fir$t-clas condition,
dirt cheap. Call 30 4Ui st. West bide.
FOB SA! K.
FOR SALE Good piano, Victor machine and
records; one Wheeler A Wiison tailor sew
ing machine; very reasonable for each.
Call satumiy, day or evening, or Surulay
morning. Now at filll 721 st. S. E., Tre
mont sta.. Mt. Scott car. Eastman.
SEWING MACHINES 200 sltKht.y useo
cewlug machines, a I makes, wu; be clos.w
out. Drop bendi. $5 end up; box tops.
ai.d up. S- S. Stegel. two stores. 3 Ai
der st. and S42 Aider st.
HIGHEST cash price paid for nflea and
shotguns: cameras, kodaks and lenses
bou got. sold and exchanged. Uochleld's
v-aipera rxcaauge. t3 ad st
BILLIARDS New and second-band carom
alleys and accessories; easy payments. The
" i.st-ximB-v,urumir v u. , din.
H REGISTERS, large stock on hand; we
- -" Jr- k . ii rot WiCIs
gruaranteed. Cash Register Excaange,
WING M ACH IXESnew snd second -hai.d.
irium. r.i ou u, near Taylor. Main
131, A 2626
DIAMOND house paints, strictly pure; made
in per gaiion. i.7A fort land
Pmtnt Co.. 23Q Front st. Marshall lOO,
For sale; male cast. Mack's Music Shop,
347 Morrison st.
HAND-COLORED Highway photographs and
other scenery. Edwards. eii&l bldg.
PLUMBING supplies at wholesale prlcea.
o mi m.-i v-o., .1. a SL SIS in
Tr1-h and Oy ster M arket 1.
SPECIALS Oregon Sea Food Co. Soecia'LS
i"-aby halibut. 3 lbs. for 25c; shad roe.
3 cans for 50c; kippered salmon, per lb..
15c; spiced anchovies and sardines, per
lb 20c; chickens, our own stock, at low
est prices; oysters. Eastern or Olympia.
per pint. 50c Try our 10c oyster cock
tall at stand. S. E. cor. 4th and Yamhill.
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHES.
we pay tne highest price for ladles
and gents cast-off clothing, blcyclem end
everything in merchandise. Call us up.
We need 't and wiil pay for iu
GLOBE STORE, 25 First.
Mala 20SO. Main 206 0.
WE CALL PROMPTLY.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BUYER.
J. MEYERS. THE TAIUIR
PAYS YOU MORE FOR YOUR OLD
CLOTHES AND SHOES. JUST CALL
MAKMIALL 1L'-S. WE CALL PROMPT.
LY. RELIABLE CLOTHING BUYER. 220
-M. AUiau.V S i it.ls. MARSHALL 122$.
GEVURTZ FURNITURE STORE,
207 FIRST ST. 207 FIRST ST.
We buy your second-hand furniture.
bwvci sua otner nousenoia gooas.
Highest Prices Paid.
FOR a thoroughly reliable house to buv or
b-u nousenoia gooas or snytning in tne
naraware line, can tne Levin .Hardware &
f urnnure to., .-i. ront. hnone A 7174,
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BITTER S
llonert deal. We pay the highest prices
ior lauies auu men s ctoin.ag, shoes,
etc Try us. Call Broadway 3&32. 201
r ront sc.
MISH FURNITURE CO..
184 1st. Main S768. 1S4 lst
Cal on us and get our estimate on your
luiuiiuio uu uuumuuiu gooos ovLuie Q m
posing of same.
1 WANT a busine&s man's rollton d.-st iih
at least 48-lnch table; have a high-class gas
ruiigw wun o ouHi, 4 ourners, line conui-
tion, to traqc. Aiain
I BUY OLD GOLD.
Old Jewelr a Specialty.
Ores bought. Assayer. F. A. Sen net t.
aiv on west mag.. 3Lii Washington st
STANDARD FURNITURE CO..
Main 4773. 182 1st iL Main 4773.
Pays best prices for your furniture, etc.
WILL PAY CASH FOR
SECOND-HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
PHONE MAIN 8332. A2i07.
WANTED About 30 second-hand leather
upnoLst.kred cnairs lor hotel lobby. AV 224,
WANTED ALL KINDS OF MERCHAN-
snowcases. oirice furniture, house
hold goods, stoves. Main 4 4 So. 1ZB First.
HIGHEST prices paid for furniture of all
oescriptions. .Main 303. Klines, 20s First,
OWL FURNITURE CO. pays best price for
your rurniiure. ;'oi 1st st. Main 4627.
WE tint rooms for $2.50; do good painting
WANTED National aash register. Main
'.'. 3& i fc wasnington st
WANTED All kinds of records and phono-
riupii-. jau.ii iijo, 1:3 ibi 11,
WANTED The best roll top desk for $10
casn. r'none Kast 261 9.
WANT dairy lunch and cafeteria fixtures,
trays, etc v 1-4 4, oregonian.
WANT roll top desk; must be bargain for
casn. iv oregonian.
STRICTLY American dealers in used furni
ture; square desl our motto. Sell. !::.
HELP WANTED MALE.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A.
1 oung men seeking employment in com
merciaL clerical or technical lines ate in
vlted to consult the employment secre
tary. The service ot this department is
fiee to all member. To non-members, a
special memoersnip is issu-ao. costing
pur annum, jrivlna the service of the de
partment for a year two months' full
privilege and a refund of the membership
i-?e il -.atisiactory employment is not se
Y. M. C. A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
Day and night classes; expert training
In repairing, driving and machine work,
including forge, lathe, ah a per, drillpress.
etc. ; time unlimited. Secure pass at Edu
cational Office. Y. M. C A, bldg., to in
spect our shops and methods. Competent
chauffeurs and mechanics supplied.
MIDDLE-AGED and elderly men make
money selling our hardy, guaranteed orna
mental aud fruit stock; cash weekly; part
expenses provided. Washington Nursery
Co.. Toppenlsh. Wash.
Oregon's oldest, best equipped and
most practical scnooi.
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL.
443 Hawthorne Ave.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE Expert
instructor to teach you the barber trade
In S weeks; tools free; position guaran
teed; paid while learning. 13 Ho. nr. Main.
BY un inventor, wanted a business manager
by a man who has Inventions, and can
Invent uny kind of machine. Call Monday,
St. Charles Hotel, bet. and 12 for X X.
RELIABLE Janitor for morning and even
ing in downtown office; if employed, state
where; aleo give age and references. G
I WANT a real salesman to sell grocers'
sundries to the grocery trade; salary if
proven satisfactory. Telephone E. 1U27 for
WANTED First-class teamster ; one that
can drive 2 or 4 horses; state reference,
-alary expected. AE 13 7, Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS reference book salesman cap
able of earning $100 per week. 517 Luui.
AN ALL-ROUND good florist is wanted;
good wages for the right party. Phone
WANTED An experienced hotel night
cierk; must be sober and of good address.
AG 148, Oregonian.
SOLICITORS for photo coupons. Splendid
holiday offer. Rowena M. Hogan. residence
studio. Piedmont, 1117 Cleveland ave.
MEN IS or over wishing Government Jobs,
$70 month, should apply Immediately for
Information. A V 116, Oregonian.
14-YEAR-OLD high school boywanted for
office work after school, 2 P. M. Saturday.
7-'Q Selling bldg. '
AGENTS wanted for fast sellilng auto ne
resslty; bustlers make good money. 14 N.
MOLER Barber .College wants men to Learn
the trade; tuition reduced; paid while
learning, send for catalogue. 41 N. Second.
WANTED A .arpenur at E. 20th and
Stanton. Rroadw ay car.
WANTED Fg handler, man. Morris A. Co.
1-".th and Marshal).
MA K E money selling hominy, horseradish,
plcltle. etc. 45 Grand ave.
PHOTO agents, something new; extra com
mission paid. Saxony Studio, Roj al bldg.
WANTED welldrlllcra at once. 6all" 152S
Cu rt iss ave. a f ter 7 P. M.
FIRST-CLASS ladles' tailor. 209 Central bids.
AGENTS wanted everywhere; fantest selling
auto necessity on market; 18 0 per cent
profit: sample and particulars inc. See
auto page Sunday Oregonian. Motor Vigor
1. o.. 14 .N. uroaaway.
TO sell wearing apparel rn credit; no for
mer experience necessary; liberal commis
sion, so Grand.
WHY sell inferior? Our Hospital policy costs
no more. 31 Foard of Trade L-ldc.
AGENTS wanted, something nw, 1 00 per
rent profits. 728 Enst Oak. Snndays.
Help Wanted Salewnen.
CHICAGO manufacturer. with Portlai d
branch, want two dependable young men
to demonstrate and sell finest low-priced
electric vacuum r leaner on Coant ; very
easy terms, literal pay. H." At water, 2GU
WANTED Two or three good salesmen :
must be responsible and hustlers. Call uu3
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HIGH school girt wanting a home call
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Young girl to care for small
clii.d ivn and ussist in ho um work ; good,
cungemal hwme in the country; the work
i light aud the aa will be small; rrf-ervnj-es
will b rctiuired. Phone Columbia
2 Sunday afternoon, or call at Sit Bow
doln St.. bet een 5 snd P. M.
WOMEN as Government clerks. $70 month:
I'oittand examinations coming; sample
quretions free Franklin Institute, dept.
7o;-G. Rochester, N. Y.
GOOD opportunity for public stenographers
in one or the best office blcgs. Company
in adjoining office mill men part expenses
for service. A 1 44, Oregonian.
W A.N TED Refined, capable woman for re-
aponsio.e position. Viavt Company. 42$
Pittock block, 3Sj Washington,
HINSDALE'S Commercial School. 5t2 Or-
pneum 010 g. ( EmplVM). Individual ln
struct'ns. positions when capable. M. 1542.
Sanitary P.eauiy Parlors CoITge for ladies
.'iuy, mane yourself inoepeuuent with good
trade. 400-41; Dekum b.ug.. 3d and Wash.
GIRL to do general housework. 2 in family.
tan oetween 2 snd 4 Saturday P. M. 44$
Ibarra bee st,, near DuponL
AN experienced nurse girl, willing to assist
in upstairs wor; rotrences required. Ap
p'.y morning, 34Q 10th su
WANTED An experienced nurse or nursery
governess ror two children; must speak
tierman. N. 21st st. Tel. Main 1172.
GIRL to assist with light housework In
lamily or two. fall in morning between
TO and 12. E. 2oth St. N.
WANTEl Glri to uo general housework
aii l h tp with baby. oIiarn 301.
LEARN beauty culture. Summer rate $05
Loiumoia oiag. uraauate 1'aris. Berlin.
MISS M ATTINGLY'S SCHOOL Shortiiand.
lypewnting. $i mo. 26$ 14th, Ph. M 5S93.
SKILLED laundress wanted, private family.
1-11 one iua:n -M.
WANTED Reliable k!"1 to cook and assist
with housework. Apply at 24 N. 25th.
fctOLEE Barber College wants ladles to kfarn
the trade; special rates. 4s N. Second.
NEAT housekeeper, by widower. Y 14ti, Ore-
GIRL for general huuscwork, good plain
iwa, rricn'iKTB, 00 1 um si..
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTEL--15,U00 men and women to be
come l. S. Government employes, $75.o
month. Vacat ions. Common education suf
ficient. Write immediately for Iree list of
positions now obtainable. Franklin mstl
tuu. iloor R. Rochester. N. Y.
FALL term begins uow. Men and women to
learn the barber trade in 8 weeks; posi
tions Kuaracteed. tools free, paid w hile
h-amiiifi ; tuition reduced ; expert Instruc
tors, oregnu liiirber CoiUge. 233 Madison.
A YOUNG man 4s a illlng to take lesson;,
subject. 'general English, by private
teacher, male or feuiaic. T 142, Orego-.
HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
RAILWAY mall clerks, P. O. clerks, car
rierts. exam, soon ; parcel post demands
many more clerks; act at once. Pacific
State School. McKay bldg., city.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
STENOGRAPHER-BOOKKEEPER. 2rt. com
petent, neat, very rapiu. Any salary. East
MIDDLE-AGED man. expert accountant,
seeks position; AI references. Main 7051,
WE have listed a number of fine, clean
vounj men. good character, students, who
dtsire to work after school hours for
room and board. Call Stanlev Baker. Em
ployment Secretary Y. M. C. A. Main 7o5.
MARRIED MAN, 30, honest, sober and de
pendable. wants any kind of work in or
cljse to city. Good with horses. Good local
references if required. A. Wright, park
YOUNG man, married, neat-appearing, thor
oughly experienced short order and dinner
cook, desires position; moderate salary;
AI references. 'Main 7051, A 117.
WANTED, by experienced man. a place for
the Winter to attend farm or stock. Can
give the best of references. AM 141, Ore
gonian A MAN that can sing hymns with feeling
ana earnestness desires an engagement
with win good speaker or evangelist, J
R ELI ABLE salesman, 15 ears' experience
ith trade in Portland and vicinity; best
references; desires position with reliable
house. O 1-2, Oregonian.
COOK wants work In hotel; good baker
and meat cutter; wife as helper or cham
bermaid. Howell, ill Everett. Marshall
CHAUFFEUR Young man wants work us
driver; am an expert mechanic; best of
ha bus and can give references. 543 E.
40 th st.
YOUNG man. 22. with artif iciallegs, wants
work in or out of city ; is experienced
hotel clerk; wages no object;, references.
Ma in 7Q51 . A 1M L
MIDDLE-AGED man, wife and two small
children, wants work; experienced farmer
and will operate on shares; Al references.
Main 7t51. A lc!7. 411 Commercial block.
LA UN URYMAN. 20 years' experience, 15 as
foreman or manigtr, is open for any kind
of position; will consider investment in
laundry business. AV 2U4, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED salesman wishes position in
store, gents- xurnisning prcierreu. r ji,
RESPONSIBLE Christian man. going East,
would like care of dependent person for
railrjad far. Phone Tabor 735.'
JAPANESE boy who drives and takes good
care oi car. win wotk encup, any time ot
day. G 141, Oregonian.
YOUNG nian. 21 years, no bad habits, wihcs
to wo.k for room and board. Phone Main
7QG3. Ask for Mr. Swartx or Mr. Palmer.
YOUNG man, lots of experience In Detroit
factories, wants driving or repairing. N
JAPANESE desires position as house worker.
can handle auto, finished 1 . M. C. A. auto
school. F 144, Oregonian.
YOUNG man wants work in kitchen, hotel
or restaurant; references R 145. Orcgo
nle.n. EXPERIENCED lunch counter man. 27
( married . wants work; $S week; refer
ences. Main 7t'5i, A 1517.
WANTED Work as janitor or caretaker of
apartments or hotel; young man; good ref
erence. T 140. Oregonian.
MIDDLE-AGED man, experienced station
ary fireman foil, coal or wood), wants
work. Main 7011. A li!7.
RELIABLE man wants work cleaning win
dows and other odd Jobs. Main 7 OS 1 . A
WANTED Work as night clerk or porter
by young man. good address and refer
ence. S 145, Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese, who has a good educa
tion In Japan, desires position as a school
boy In p rivate fami ly. 327 EveretL
CHAUFFEUR, age 24. married, experience
Jitney and stage, consider anything rea
sonable. Marshall 3413 or 312 Clay st.
AUTO REPAIR MAN. ehop experience two
yea-s. wants po?i.lo.i to learn more thor
oughly. Y 13i7, Oregonian.
JAPANESE wants half -day Job. porter or
chamber work. A 4300.
MAN handy with tools. Janitor and steam.
take anything. B 14ft. Oregonian.
JANITOR for apartment and wages; paint
ing, tinting. Mar 2675. Main 1492.
JAPANESE Free Employment Bureau. A
1C70. Jap. Assn. of Or. 218 Henry bldg.
PAINTING. carpenter work. remodeling.
cheap by contract. Phone Sellwood 87
EXPEUi ENCr.D took, thoroughly familiar
w 1 h m 'et'trla and botl work. M nr. 4 5t .
WANT contract to cut wood by cord. Ap
ply SOM'j Conch St.. Portland.
YOUNG MAN. experienced waller, wishes
posiTion. J 144. Oregonian.
BKR'K or siono orK. any description, best
refe.-enccs. H. M-. 41! E 31st,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeeper and Stenographers.
YOUNG lady sii office work; good
t put: no ex pernuce. BU 75. Orego
wants position; will substitute. A 45.
EXPERT stenographer desires position;
reasonable salary. Miss Schwartz. Mar
BY'cOMPETENT lady bookkeeper. 10 yeais'
experience. References. AL 14.. Oregonian.
DRESSMAKER. 12 years expe.rience. expert
f-tier and designer o coats, suits, even -Jr.,
nnd afternoon gowns; copy any de
Fign. no patterns required: references;
jrk quickly sr.d neatly done at hom or
n-jt by day , $ t per day. Phone East
FASHIONABLE dressmsklng. reasonable,
home or day. Sol Bucuianan bldg.. Main
DRESS M AK ING in your hnme; f irst-c'a
'nicano dressmaker. Main 5201. Miss
EXPERIENCED dressmaker wants isy
work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Marshall
3 127. Room 7
FiLT-CLASS dre.'smskfr aMI make en
t;ii?nents by ds. Main 7C51.
DRESSMAKING, tailoring Mrs. rTG. 8ua
men, Main 7271, Marshall 5230,