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TIIE 31QRMXG OREGOXIAX, 3IOXDAY. NOVE3IBER 1. 1915.
H A K F. R THEATER
Mjlin 2, A 3360
DrawimiT ana MomMo
Home Of the OOUUlAr Rflfafr Plavara Tn,(.V
harsaln. all seats (except box) 25c. Alt
week. Mats. Wed.. Eat. The latest thrilling
.-.n.inB. mystiiying. lireatest hit In years.
r-.Venlr.Efl. 25c. TiUCt hOY a nil n T-. x .
lnes. all seats (except box and loge). 25c.
Next week "The Mlver Horde."
BROADWAY AND VAjulILL.
"n'y men-Class Vaudeville Circuit.
A BREATH OF OLD VIRGINIA
ir nine, Mfrman, lan-t Hyman. Al.
J.'iTr5 5 Wvia Clark. Nalerm's KW Ca-
5?AEG DAILY. 2:15 10c. 23c.
n;HT show, s:13 ioc, 2.-.c. 50c!
HTIKI DAITf 230
The Century's Sensation,
.... Kmx of the Handcuffs.
announcing nis own exclusive mysteries
ivr . abounded the world.
" "r. n. xtii.-al.UK ACTS 6
With. DILLON KING
In THE PIPE DREAM.
This afternoon. 2:30: Tonight, T:30 and 8:10.
4th jfe Mark Stg.
Bucking horses. Steer and Mule Riding,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY AT P. .
PORTLAND KIDIMl ACADEMY.
21sl and Johnson.
SEATTLE TO GET POST
TRAVELERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA
TION DIVIDES DISTRICT.
Keivsboys Are Guests at Banquet
Chamber, Marking; the Close or
T. S. Logan, National secretary of the
Travelers' Protective Association, was
the chief speaker at the banquet held
Saturday night marking; the close of
the membership campaign carried on
Dy tne Oregon-Washington branch
n-Washlnfrton, branch of I
al Travelers' Association. I
ls on. the Coast with a
view to establishing a post of the or
ganization in Seattle. The Portland
rost now serves both Oregon and
Washington and, acting upon, the pleas
of Seattle members and the recommen
dation of the Portland members, the
post at Seattle received, serious consid
eration. Mr Logan will recommend the
establishmest of the Seattle post when
lie returns to headquarters in the East.
The Seattle post will start with a
membership of more than 100.
As a result of the membership cam
paign that came to a close last night,
approximately 100 new members were
enrolled by Theodore Rothschild and
Owing to the fact that many mem
bers of the Portland post had accepted
Invitations for Halloween parties, there
were not as many members attending
the banquet as had been arranged for.
The newsboys of The Oregonian and
Jo-.irnai were invited as guests of the
The Travelers' Protective Association
has a National membershio of K2 non
It has been responsible for training for
tne traveling public a number of re
forms for which it never has received
Just credit. It was the traveling men's
organization that was responsible for
me intercnange of universal mileao
and the law, effective In most states.
requiring that all hotels provide their
beds with nine-foot sheets, emanated
irom tne meetings of the commercial
Paul J. Sullivan was the tr.a,t
masfer of the banquet held In the
Chamber of Commerce, and toasts were
responaea to by ex-Presidents C. r.
rrazier, a. J. Mcoanlels and R. Lv Ad
ams and A. H. Eevers. A. G. Clarke
gave a humorous biography of Paul
EAST WANTS FLAX MILL
WILLAMETTK VALLEY COMPANY
HAS MANY OFFERS OF SITES.
John W. Lidrr Says Capital Obtained
lor Enterprise Which Will Not
, J' Move From Oregon.
OREGON CITY, " Or., Oct. 31. (Spe
cial.) The aggressive methods if At
lantic Coast cities to secure factories
and the thoroughness with which they
keep watch on industry, even along
ine racinc (Joast. is illustrated by the
I' oi communities in the ex
treme Jbastern states to secure the pro.
posea iiax mill ot the Willamette Val
ley Flax Company, now beins- ore-anW.ert
John W. Loder, one of the incorpor
ators, said today he and his associates
hart r.ivorl f. " f f e : . .
Newport w v. T vi J . tj ..
Newport .News, va.. Linn. Mass.; Pitts-
He said that In these letters, the East-M
ern civic oodles making these offers I
had argued that a factorv in th K.t
would be close to the market and offer
the best transportation facilities
But tempting offers and literature of
Kastern commercial clubs will not
draw from the Willamette Valley its
newest enterprise, declared Mr. Loder.
The mill, costing nearly J300.000 and
devoted exclusively to the manufac
ture of flax fiber for shipment to
Kastern mills, will be built within 40
miles of Oregon City, he said. Al
though Eastern cities are active in
their campaign for factories, Mr. Loder
is ot the opinion that Oregon towns
are slow. Only Portland has com
municated with the organization in re
gard to a site for the plant.
The state law provides that before
the organization of a company can be
completed, half of the capital stock
must be contracted for. The flax com
rany has obtained contracts for the
eale of almost half of the $20,000 capi
talization and organization will soon
be completed. While Oregon towns
are siow in their efforts to secure the
new industry, scores of inquiries are
received here from those interested in
the growth of flax or the investment
of money in the enterprise. oN trouble
SUNDAY LAW IS FAVORED
Kev. C. C. Karlck Says Efficiency
and Worship Demand Closing.
The need of a day ot rest and conse
quently the need of a Sunday-closing
law was presented by Rev. C. C. Rariek,
pastor of the Central Methodist Episco
pal Church in his sermon last night The
minister said it was imperative for ef-!
xiciency ana worship.
I would not. however, stand firmly J
Boxes, first row balconv seats reserved h ed txclmitV. . ' M' D" Practice limit
phone Main 4HW. A & reserved by I u.xclusive.y to cancers. 312 Morgan bldg.
This directory Is for
ble the dlffVrVr.; n.r -J . w.
ion to ... I ..""""L" .wn,cn the average person may find occa-
furnished by phoning Main 7 oto'S1 I
ABSTRACT AND TITLES.
Pacific T(fTI -r fc icoou.uie prices,
macule Title & Trust rr, T r-h r ,
K. strphTv , r:
cnn5 tcnint, scalloping, ac-
orrier. T, ounons covered: ma 1
orders, am unlock: block Rroadwav iikim
Pleating, hemstitching, buttons r.r.r--a
ASBESTOS ROOFING MATKRI4I.S
InAsbtob."Ut Asben Rubber Roofing and
r.aie at (jo., oekum bid?.
ASSAVEB8 AND ANALYSTS.
:,V'".ASSAY OFFICE. 142 U 2d. Gold.
anq platinum bought.
I . DU,'El
nV.i""".17 KU CO. Rugs from old car-
CitJ.CLOID BUTTONS. BADGES.
387 1Wa.h,WP-HUI,SO! COMPANY.
Ml Washington st. Main si- A 1254.
, hi"""' , . and William. Jr.. Devenv.
t 1 1 :
Parlors .uVien"i'S,1cluroPoaits In the city.
cornerj 2d and Aider? PhZ8'."" S'851
jifxui Oi i o.
year, chronic nna
the differenceT-A lu
-,TtZ J01.?."? description collected on Der-
encas ii e' nlShest class reter-
5ienJv r,,taiaS5 Mencantlle Agency,
H'r b'dS. Phone Marshall 4sw
No conection. n.-Char?,DknJlahlf,na IVSSl
MA,I,Cit'i''t:R, dancing Acad
ret Stark C1c"Fr-5H h
7nie Le,f,"". A2- morning, & ternoo'n. Xn.
---a. mi. micfi (Itinera i.
Sit o-..iiiccu, ClabS
iwy. 21 GO.
Tues. svi r TT' .! daily; class
Wash, and starV Main" 'WS ,7? h
snnt.h00- 2d and Morris:
on 10 les-
y. unaaca MOn
eve. Mar. 313.
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND T H RO A t
F v o by specialist; gi
F. F. CaBrtoT .Wr':,.? fitted. Dr.
.-. . itivuiii ota.. od & VV 11.
jeroiie ii KTt.,..E .
fire, automotiie ni f-V.s.ee'.'J l1
E"?."- Thlelhorn, violin teacher P
F ier npp . ...... L ' . ocvci..
A 4100. Marshall 1C29!
lessons. 26 14th , a
tor practice. Ph.,. Main 3803. "
DVBnriLLE BUGoAIrSua M
RAr.(.ACv m.- a- .... 7Z 7"
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer: pk 2 Davis
O U L' t av .
Royal Bakery & conf. inc. 11th" and Everett
nl...Slt..t;'' AND BOTTLERS.
'" 1 .i.HARU, luth and iiurnslde
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS FHRVISHlvru
fleischner: may"rS& XffRft
hh ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
bbs Electrical Co.. 0th and Pine sts.
Mr,B"2?,-1.',l1inB Co' Front and .rshall.
H. M. HOI SER, Board of Trade bldg
WADHAMS & CO.. 07-75 Fourth street.
HATS AND CAPST
THANHAUSKR HAT CO.. 53-JJ Front st
KA H,iI,M''rS W?iLV CA8CA RA BARK.
K.AH.M BKQS.. 191 Front st.
r-0f'P, A?V" WOMEN'S NF.CKWEA.
CO LI MbIA Neckwear Mfg. Co.. S3 0th sU
by the old Puritanical Idea of the Sab
bath," he said. "I would not make It
a day for too much solemnity ana for
reading the Bible alone. Also I would
not urge that if one take a walk on
Sunday that they go to thecemetery
and read the thoughts engraven on the
Members Portland Osteopathic Ass n.
Bafeer. Dr. Lillian, 920 Corbett Bldg
Phones Main 3227. A 4879.
Barrett. Dr. H. Lester. 419 Morgan
nidg. Flione Main 429.
I Browne, Dr. Agnes SI., 331 Pittock Blk.
Phones Broadway 3609, Main 25b.
Farrlor, Dr. Jessie B., 820 Selling Bids
A UVUa .L. . 1 , -XOOV. .ill..
Flack, Dr. William O., 917 Broadway
AJ1US, U O J A, JXLCltU ?Oa.
Gate., Dr. Gertrade L., 922
Bldg. Main 1833. A 4706.
Giles, Dr. Mary ., 609 Morgan Bldg
Phones Main S566, A 19fi.
Bowland, Dr. L. h... 815 Selling Bldg
Main 2213. A 2229. s "'
Keller, Dr. William G-, 608 Taylor SL
mvnea jxiatu uit, a o41.
Lacy, Dr. H. N., suite 301 Morgan Bldg.
Phones Marshall 1888. Tabor 4278.
Leoaard. Dr. II. "., 767 Morgan Bids.
Phones Main 709. A 1709.
Lewuu, Dr. Virginia V., 12 Morgan
xiufc, jruuucs Autiu itvt, alar. d344.
Moore, Drs. F". K. and II. C. p 908 Sell
ing ttiag. luarsnall 1275, A 3031.
Northrop, Dr. R. B 308 Morgan Bldg.
Pengra. Dr. C. T., 709-710 Selling Bldg
phr,no M.in min m.i. &
Bdg. Main 661 248 ?VLS'"
"if "ar "'
Walker. Dr. l. s 12 East 24th st
Phone Bast 6332.
CLASSIFIED AD BATES
Dally and Sunoay.
One time ite
bame ad two consecutive times. ....... .84
Mme Mil three cuasecutlve times... ku
bame ad six vr keven ruuecutive times us
aiio aiwve rati mppiy io lavmiMmenti
under tw Today and all oilier clitMitl.
cations except tne following:
PIlUailOD. V IUi ICU- JlaUfl.
Situations autcd r euiale.
i-or Kent, Koonu lrivae Families.
board and Kooms Fri v ate 1: amines.
Housekeeping Kooms Private amities.
H&ta on tne above clnssilicauon is ? ceo is
a line each Insertion.
On "charge" advertisements chant rs will
be based on the number of lines appearing
In the paper regardicM of the number ot
words iu each; line. AlUuuiuu ciiaxice two
Xbe Orea-onian will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, provided
the advertiser is a subscriber to eimer
p bon s. No prices will be q uoted over iub
Bbone, but bill will he rendered the foilow
K day. . V het her uiMsquent advertise
uents will be accepted over the phone de
pends upon the prmoplneM of payment t
telephone advertiements. Situations Wantetl
and Fersonal advertiren.ent will not be m
cepted over the telephone. Orders for au
Insertion only will be accepted for ir arm
ture for Sale," lSusineta Opportunities,
"Koomint-iluueBM and Wanted to iisu
Telephon . Main uu. A ttutfa.
Advertisements to receive proper classi
fication tuuht be In The Oregonian office
before 9 o'clock at night, except bat or day.
Closing hour for The Siutday Oregonian wOi
be 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. The office
will be open uotll lu o'clock ic. M., as usual
and all ads received too late for proper
rlasslf i cat ion will be run under the beading
"Too Lais to Classify.
ACCTIOX SALES TOO AS-.
Ford Auction House. ?1 1 lat Bimitn na.
I carpets, etc Sale at 1 P. H
tiuC - irt'0' ' "
public, to give a. far as possl-
i'". bW W"1 be ,,ld"
I BUY OLD OOLD.
Old Jewelry a Specialty.
9jfK. bought. Assayer. F. A. Scnnett.
blO Northwest Bldg.. 21j Washington St.
Why pay big prices for
glasses? I can fit your
a i 2St yes witn iirst-quauty
(".sSiJ lenses in a gold-filled
Ta.1: vy frame, as low as SI. SO.
oeesijjjr lenses duplicated at big
saving. Satisfaction guaranteed. C. W. Good
man. optometrist. 200 Morrison. Main 2124.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice V. S. and
foreign patents. Col Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 3189.
K.EYSTCNE PRESS, J. E. Gantenbein, Mgr..
Printing and linotvping. loo y Front St.,
cor. Stark. Main or A 141S.
RAGBVC9 AND FLUFF RUGS.
New rugs from old ingrain. Brussels
Smyrna, Axminster carpets: carpet clean
ing, refitting, resizing, country orders
prompt attention. Send for booklet.
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO
54-56 Union ave. N. Phone E. B518. B 1475.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
ii. P., 404-405-406
ASSOCIATED INVEST. CO.. 621 YE ON.
BENEDICT BROS., 930 Hawthorne ave.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST. Household
uoous bpecialists. Storage. Packing. Ship
ping- and Moving. Horse or Auto Vans.
opeciai ireignt rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
'M and Pine sts. Broadway 590. A 11)96.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Glisan St.,
corner 13th. Telephone Main SO or A llti'J.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses and terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in city.
MANNING WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER
CO. Reduced freight rates to all points.
nnjviiig, pacKing, snipping, storage.
Broadway "03. 9th and Hoyst sts.
MADISOX-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
urnce lgs Madison. General Merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7GiU.
Prepared for hats. 005 Swetland bldg.
FINE MOUNTS. F J. Brezee. only one In
ciiy. OlumDia St. Al. 7943.
$4.25 WOOD S4 2.-,.
Dry seasonei'. second growth fir wood
oauverea anywnere in Montavllla or ML
Tabor district. $4.2r.. Tabor ,"470.
FiRST-CLASS seasoned fir, fi.oO; distant
delivery, 4.73. National Fuel Co, E. 2d
and Oregon. East 2041.
GREEN ana dry slabwood, blockwood. Pan
cma Fuel Co. Main 5720, A 3899.
DRY blockwcod, dry slabwood, bark,
nomah Fuel Co. M. 5."40. A 2116.
FOR DRY BOXWOOD PHONE OREGON
nuA airu. V-tJ.. MAIN tif.63. A 0090.
BRADSHAW bl'.ua.. Morrison and 7th St.
PAINTS .AND LUBRICATING OILS
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
t, ..-IAINTS' OIL Axu tlLASS.
RASMUhSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor streets.
PIPE. PLi'K FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. N4-bO Front St.
rLt',,I?,NG AXI STEAM SUPPLIES
M. L. KLINE. !s4-SU Front st.
F. W. BALTES & CO., 1st and Oak sts.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SAFETY RAZOR HONING.
AUTOMATIC KEEN EDGE CO.. 1S9
SASH. BOOKS AVI, in imz
P. FULLER & CO., I2th and liavls.
T t vvc''io RUBBER AND METALS.
J. LEVL. ISO Coiumbl. st. Main 51BS.
MORGAN WAl.f. PAI'KI; .'V -;o st
IM.fBrtlAL LOEK5E. NO. 159,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
municalion tomorrow (Tuesdav)
eveninB. Xov. 2. 1815. 7 o clocK.
w ork in v. c. degree at con-
ClUSinn tT TL-lilr.h T3 .i rw- ...
Cotton wi:i address us on "Upper Esypt.'1
illustrating the same by his superb collection
of steleopticon views, taken by himself. The
speaker and nis theme are worthy ol a full
turnout. Visitors welcome
w. P. ANDRUS. Sec.
Aiv I. . lunerai services of the late
t, . ' , -"cenwam, aili be held
' ' ""y iovember 1. at 2 P.
. , l.',.l"fri o me fortland Crem
' "i'enwood ave. Friends
""I.,"- . VJ" 1 -mains are at the funeral
S, Th C" Kenworthy. 102-34
'...t.i. eiieei, aeiiwoou.
wm.MHlAN CHAPTER, No.
to. Masonic Temple this
jHiijiuay. iz o -cic-ck M., to con-
i . i lunerat services of our
All TV. amKnr j '- ivutri L 3IIllLil.
--i ,r,i-nien io attend. By order,
V. M. HENRIETTA M'CABE, Sec.
uiL.aitTTE LODGE. No. 2.
A. K. and A. M. Stated com
munication this (Monday) evening
at i :.i0 o'clock. Business of Im
portance "Will come before the
luiiKO ior Cons Prnf nn or ihi
Full attendance desired. Visiting
welcome. W. S. WEEKS, Sec.
WASHINGTON T.rmnR rvr,
46. A. F. and A M Knacioi
iniiiiuiiii.diiuii mis Monday
evening; 7 o'clock. East Sth and
iurnsiue. m. m. t)egree. Visi
lord welcome. Order W- M.
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec.
C AMELIA CHAPTER. NO. 27,
J. E S. Stated communication
his (Monday) evening. Degrees.
By oraer of "W. M.
MARIETTE ROBINSON. Sec.
EMBLEM Jewelry buttons, charms, pins;
new design. Ja-eser Bros.. 121-3 Sixth st.
I I N KiiAL NOTICES.
SMITH In this city. October 30. Mav J.
Smith, wife of Robert Smith, of 9y! Kast
Join si. i-unerai services will be held
today (Monday), Nov. l, at 1 o'clock P.
M. at the residence establishment of J.
P. Finjey & Son, Montgomery, at Fifth.
Friends invited. Interment Riverview
SCOFIELD In this city. October 29. A.
Burdette Scofield. aged G6 years, late of
Ashland, uregen. Private funeral services
will be held today (Monday). Nov. 1 at
2:30 P. M.. at the residence establishment
of J. P. Finicy & Son. Montgomery, at
Oth. Interment at Riverview Cemetery.
O'BRIEN Funeral services of the late John
Francis O'Brien, of 120S Albina avenue,
will be held today (Monday!. November
1. at 2 P. M-. at the chapel of Chambers'
tnderlaking Co.. corner Klllingsworth
ave. and Kerby st. Interment Mt. Calvary
LENOIR At the residence. 364 Fourteenth
street. A. Lenoir, aged 73 years, beloved
husband of Louise lnolr. Friends invited
to attend funeral services which will be
held at Holman's funeral parlors at 2 P
M. tomorrow (Tuesday). November 2
lnt.rment River View cemetery.
DAVIS The funeral services of the late Les
ter l.. uaviB. wno passed away October
JIG, 1D15. will be held tomorrow (Tuesday)
at 10 A. M-. ri-m the chapel of the ekewes
Undertaking Co., cor. 3d and Clay. Friends
and members of the Artisans are Invited to
attend. Interment Rose City Cemetery
ORVIG In this city. October 29 T.in
Horace Orwlg. ged 42 years. Friends in
vited to attend funeral services, which
w-111 be held at Holman's Funeral Parlor,
at 1:30 P. v. today (Monday). November
1. lntermert River View cemetery
LVTZ Oc(Jer 30. Mrs. Elisabeth I.nti
aed SO years. FVIcnds invited to attend
funeral services, which will be held at
Holman's Funeral Parlors, at 10 A. M to
morrow (Tuesday). November 2. Inter
ment ATultnomah cemetery.
ENDICOTT Funeral of the late Lewis L
1:00 F. M
" FUNERAL NOTlCEa.
BROXLEEWE At the residence. 1305 Pat
ton avenue. October 29, Rose Bronleewe.
aecd 2G years, beloved wife of Rudolph
H. Bronleewe. Friends Invited to attend
funeral .truces which will be held at the
Portland Crematorium at 3 P. M. today
(Monday. November 1. Take Sell wood car
for crematorium. Remains are at Holmao'i
WILLIAMS At the family residence. 552 0th
St., Oct. 31. Zula Webb Williams aged 21
years. 1 month. 6 days, beloved wife of
Jorrest B. Williams, daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs. Frank P. Webb. Funeral services will
be held from Holman's funeral parlors to
morrow (Tuesuay), November 2. at 3:30
P. M. Interment Riverview Cemetery.
REYMOND October 30. Albert Reymo-.a.
Jr., astd 21 years, beloved son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Reymond. Remains were
shipped to Yacolt. Wash., for interment
by Dunning & McEirtee.
JONES The remains of the late Wiley Ar
thur Jones, who passed away in this citv
October 30. were shipped to The Dalles
yesterday on the 10 A. M. train by the
skewes Undertaking Co.
: si.: , es
The only reildenc undertaiung etabllaa
aeni la ronlaiiU with privaio arlvew a.
Main V, A 15y.
J. P. FIN LEy & ON,
Montgomery at Fit to. '
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN, the ieadlog
funeral director. 220 Tlilrd street corner
Salmoo, lady asalsLaat, a 1611. Main duj.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East Ai
der treat. Eaat S2, H 2523.
A. R. ZKLLLER CO., &U2 WILLIAMS AViU.
East lotto, C lubJS. Laay attendant. Day
snd night service,
DUNNING fc M'ENTEIS, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine. Phone Main itO, A -ivd.
MILLER it TRACE Y. independent funeral
directors. Funerals as low as $20, $40, SoO
Washington and Ella sts. Main 2tJL a 7 ana.
P. L, Lerch, East 11th and Clay streets.
Lady assistant. East 78L
SK.EWES UNDERTAKING COMPANX, d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
R. T. Byrnes. Williams ave. and Knott.
E. 3115. C ll4a. Lady attendant.
BREEZE & SNOOK, Snnnyslde Parlors;
auto hearse, 1026 Belmont. Tab. 1258. B i2os
MARTIN & FORBES CO., florists. 347 Wash
ington. Main 2tii, A 120:, Flowers for all
occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists, 287 Morrison st.
Main or A lb05. Fine flowers and flora,
designs. No branch stores.
MAX. M. SMITH, Main 721o, A 312L Selling
building. 6th and Alder sts.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 285 Washington
t.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1103.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
574 BELMONT ST.
Phones East 1423. B 2515. Open Day
a nil N I Kilt.
Renort all cases of cru.ltv , n t v. i . A
loce. Lethal chamber tor small animals.
Uorae ambulance for eick: or diaabled
animals at a moment's notice. Anyone de
siring a pet may communicate with ua,
on Improved city and larm property at
current rates. Attractive repayment
privileges. Loans quickly closed. Call
6 LAHGB LOANS ON nl
w BCSI.VUSS I'KOPEKIIK OyO
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
1-S18 North western Bank Baildlna.
Hsrabsil 4114, A 4118.
Large amount of tC7 on Improved in-
money to loan at v O sjide prone rtv
Residence loans a and 7 n.. .i
cording to location.
Bonds and Mortcaees for Sale.
ROBRTSOX & EWIXG,
2Q7-8 Northwestern Bank Buildintr.
Western Bond &
Oar Own Alone v mt i-nr...
IICNICIPAL AND COKPORATim
BONDS FARM AND CITY LOANS.
. sO fSMth St.. Board of Trade Bid-.
your MORTGAGE LOANS
JOHN gff ifYM A TVT SPALIJING BLDG,
E. LKUXNAIM PORTLAND. ORE.
On Citrr and Wnm
Any Amount at Current Itatcs
M ON I' MEN TS.
1-UKTLA.XU MARBLE WORKS. 264-2(16 4th
St.. opp. City Hall. Main S5U4. Philip Neu
For Sale Lots.
For sale by owner, lot 7 In block 10S.
Laurelhurst; this is a beautifully located
lot next to corner in fast rrnwin. a,in
of Laurelhurst; if you are looking- for a
home sue or an investment this is your
opportunity; must sell. See owner, room
20 3 Oregonian bldg.
view lot. fine trees; will Vulld to suit on
easy payments. Marshall 4S27. BROOKE.
$475. Sacrifice. South-easterly corner!
ami inside bist and Sandy Boulevard.
Unincumbered, beautifully located. Owner.
60S Commercial block.
PORTLAND Heights view lot. fine trees; will
uuuu is nun uu tao pa HlfDUI.
Marshall 4JS27. BROOKE. A 3S39.
Before buying, be surelto look at our
list of exquisite homes Just completed In
Laurelhurst, the addition ot beautiful
homes, from 2500 up. on rent-like terms.
LAURELHURST CO.. 270 Stark SU Main
1503. A 1515.
MODERN 5-room house. large fireplace "and
good basement, located on lot 50x100 two
blocks from carline, good residence sec
tion. $1300. Cost considerably more to
build the house, but the property must be
sold. For particulars see attorney. 512
FOR SALE Modern S -room residence wl'h
highly improved quarter block, most de
sirable section Holladay's Addition. 493
Hassalo. corner E. loth. Price and favor
able terms will be made on inquiry to P
C. Bates. 301 Yeon blug.
MOST beautiful bungalow in Laurelhurst.
hardwood finish and floors throughout,
den finished in cocobolo. best workman
ship in city; $1000 belowcost. Just built.
102O Oregon St.. near 33d. Phone Wood
lawn 2151. Owner.
IF YOU would like to commence the build-
wg ox a new nome on your lot and nav
It fully financed, come in -nd talk it
CURTIS. 267 H OAK.
DO NOT think of acquiring home until you
"'" twwom.cv. j ur uiegUQ tlOme BUlld-
ers. 133o N. W. Bank bldg. Will build to
suit your lot or ours. Easy terms.
10.000 50x100. ISth and Lovejoy; modern
improvements, very aeslrabie properfty,
for terms phone owner. East S'jU.
CLIENT has 2 residences: 'must sacrifice:
your own terms; some trade. w K
Thrusher. 416 C of C.
MY MODERN. 9-room Irvington home must I :
be sold; best district; real bargain. AB ! $1
IRVINGTON HOMES. ALL PRICES. sek
NET? HA USER ft CO.. 703 LEWIS BLDG.
5-ROOM house. 12 per cent on
price. Rummell & Rummeli. 2
FINE 6-room bungalow, modern, furnace
$ii.o. Jo.) Hawthorne ave. Call Monday.
For Sale Houses.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS SNAP.
Ail Dsw and frnfih k tninnra
Portland Heights car from Postoftice. tt
va nuui muoiuKioD st. fenect.iy mod'
rn ho ate, four sleeping-rooms and enam
eiea ana tiiea b&tn in upper story; won-
iargs living-room with largest cut
stone fireplace in city, takintr 5-font mar
UQUSUa.' 4llnlnZ-r('Om wit n rua nrifiil rtA lst
and fireplace: dram of kitchen, all white
enamel and tiled floor. 3 built-in fi-e.esj
cookers, hcoded aa range snd ail Dutch
kitchen conveniences; maid's rooro bath
and toilet, h-'atlsg ptaiit,- laundry, wins
ciosets, etc. to lower story and large stor
age basement below; solid oak stairs, great
porcn and sleeping porch. This is ens of
j.-ie most unusuai places in Portland Am
leaving city, will sell for $iOUO. liberal
terms to risbt parties. Phone or address
W Sf. Scott, owner. Carlton Hotel, city,
and arrangements will be made for your
NEW and modern 12-room residence situ
ated in the heart of Irvington. The
rooms and hall are all large and spacious
and finished in mahogany, oak and white
v .mill;. x nis is witnout doubt one of tn
1 1 a est residence properties in Portland and
will bear the closest scrutiny of the most
critical. Inspection of premises. price
and terms only to those actually inter
ested in the purchase of a first-class A-l
in uu em nome. Af isi. Oregonian.
UK SALE That new haui in Ir.mrtnn
n,. 17tn Nrt. between Siskiyou and
Klickitat. East front, aide street, fins
trees. large living-room, 14x25, dining
room, cabinet kitchen and breakfast-room
downstairs, threo bedrooms ard' inclosed
sleeping porch upstairs. White enamel
Aimaiii, me mantei, narawood floors. Cer
tain conuitions make it possible to otter
this place at a very low price. Address
vj pn-rucuiars at? o. oregonian.
THAT VACANT LOT.
.Te.0-tTURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME '! WK Will. ivmjvia tul-
$9$-Y' KUILD APARTMENTS. RESl
ThCE OR ANYTHING: PLANS FREE;
S.xr AFr RESPOXSBLE; WE KNOW
itr VUV1?- ;V" V" ASXTS; SEE
5-ROOM strictly modern practically new
..home In Rose City Park. This place has
t.cij convenience, large llreplace. hard
ooa rioors. all built-in effects, 5Oxlu0
juut jot. tine lawn, irult trees and flow
ers. garage; must sell quick. $11400.
A SNAP it sold at once, good 7-room dwell
In k-. Hawthorne district, hardwood floors.
Airepiace. lurnace. sleeninir rtnrr-y,
Baragu. ground 50x115, easy terms. Phone
For Sale business Property.
CHOICE business lot. 2nxll
i, oouievara. ail improvements paid,
"w. ,ii .en ior wu ou terms. iSue
ai ,,i r-iatt Dtag.
ivjyjAib. modern, clears $50 now: price
?. . h aom- trade; no agents. Phone
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, good water, close t3 carlins;
easy terms; a 111 build to suit purchaser.
Pnone Marshall 15S5 or Sellwood 4711
' ' V I. IV.
ULbT dairy farm in Clausop County, on
. "i.,.'"""' AoLona ana warren-
ton; JU0 acres, more or less, of grass land
capacity ior 2j rows; all fenced and
well equipped; good buildings, hay in
barns, roots la ground, sufficient for 75
. or 100 cows. Will furnish 50 cows and
horses. Cash rent. Approved bonds re
quired. Come, telegraph or telephone Dr
FOR SALE BY OWN E It.
jou-acre larm in Central Oregon- SO
acres m cultivation; one and one-half
miles from town; attractive bungalow
easy terms. Take good late model auto-
...,,, iut ,oiu .luuress dox 20 1. Red
IMPItOVEL. FARM 156 ACRES.
Coud buildings, good soil runninir wa
f woth of stock and implement
All 54900 Easy terms or will sell half
with or without personal property
T. J. HAMMER. 390vi Morrison" St.
iuu seeded to wheat, threa
i nf. v."""""; good water, old
buildings Particulars M. Fitzmaurice.
FSw. SALE Cowlits County stump lands.
i10T,..acre up; gooa ell watered.
J R. Sharp. 430 Pittock block. Portland
JFor Kale Acreage
FI E acres, about In cultivation, good
barn, cheap shack, spring water, lies hign
and sightly, nearly level, 10y- miles south
east of Morrison bridge, near Mt. Scott,
nice tract for a little home, very cheap
1 acre, brush all cleaned, lies beautiful
and sightly. I mile south of end of Wood
stock carline, 1-3 mile north from Bel!
station on Estacada carline; very cheap
at 750 cash.
These 2 tracts are fine Investments.
J. W. OG1LBEE,
Room 11. 14-j1 First St., Portland.
CHICKEN. FRUIT. GARDEN RANCHES
Near Portland. Gresham district; near
electric station; $75 to $oo per acre; easy
terms; best soil, free wood.
Farms for sale, all sizes
FRANK M' FAR LAND REALTY CO.
300 Yeon Bldg.. Portland. Or.
temporary reduction in the price
of Willamette Valley Irrigated land' In
dry Summers one irrigated acre does the
vork of 2 or 3, easy terms to the right
people. Some tracts improved; all in cui
tivation. J. Hartog. 269 stark, near 4th
INVESTIGATE THIS BEFORE YOU BUI
15 acres near Orenco; best black loam
oil. all cultivated: 225 per acre; will di
vide and give easy terms if desired. S.a
Mr. Handy, owner. 2UI Stock Exchana.
bldg. Marshall 265.
TO dairymen only; will cut price to SIOO
per acre: nothing down for 3 vears land
in cultivation; ,o bldgs. J. liartog "69
.stark, near 4th.
oOO ACRE tracts at Metzger station; near
church, school and tore; 30 minutes out
on Or. Elec. Inq. 211 Lumber Ex hldi
UcALllrLL 2-acre tract, 5-cent fare; mak.
offer. Box 120. Lents P. O.
M ANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANT $2500 bungalow in Hawthorn dis
trict: i-an pay good cash payment and
would like to exchange good lot as part
of purchase price. No attention without
particulars. A K 1S7, Oregonian
IMPROVED acreage near Portland to rent
way Uis8erm mu,t be reasonable. Broad-
WANTED A 5-room bungalow within ten
uiona 01 oa ana jast uusan. Phone
East 156 or B 2244.
WANTED Best bargain I can find in a 5
room bungalow for cash. K 18S, Oregonian.
WANTED Small Income business property
part cash, part trade. AO 190. Oregonian.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE My 3 years' lease on 0 acres
of good land with good buildings- one
years rent already paid; 6 good cows i
fresh: a new cream separator: 5000 k'aie
plants, hogs, chickens, wood and apples
and some hay for $500. Address H. R,
Stayton, Or.. Route No. t.
FOR RENT Dairy ranch, about 10O acres
bottom land, close to city; barn and small
dwelling-house, inquire J. H. Middleton.
. -. .icuiu-ri tix v-ummerce.
DAIRY milk route, auto delivery, must sell;
place for lease. X 182, Oregonian.
FOR SALE T1MBEB LANDS,
BOUGHT AND SOLD
C. J. M'CRACKEN. 304 M KAY BLDG
SMALL ranch. 7 to 12 acre, close In small
house, pay cash. AC 108, Oregonian,
WANTED TO RENT FA RM S.
WANTED To rent a small ranch suitable
for dairying and hog-raising: prefer one
equipped; may buy later. Address D L.
Peterson. Beach. N Dak.
GOOD farm, 50 to 160 acres, 1 or more
years. Box 441. Ritzvllle, Wash.
TO EXCHANGE BEAL ESTATE.
acres lmnrnve,, nnli -to
miles from center of Portland, in Clarke
Co., Wash., close to carline. no rock or
Kiavei. price juvu, incumbrance $10o0 not
due; want house and lot or vacant lots or
what have you? No commission, owners
only. 1210 Macrum ave.. East St. Johns Or
DON'T miss the best ISO acres In Coloiadi.
1 mile from town; rich soil, irrigated
Price $5000. Will sell or trade for Port
land property, without incumbrance, lira
A. Lust, owner. 4505 42d ave. s. K. WW
car. No agents.
YES. BUSINESS IS GOOD.
We deal exclusively n exchanges We
can trade your property; no junk wanted.
AYERS & SMITH.
Main 7266 501 Northwest Bide
income property, ln
wants Seattle vacant
assume. E 189, Ore-
or improved: will
160-ACRE, partly improved farm in wheat
ueii, lutiuw, ior .,-1 1 11 nouse, prerer Al
berta district. Answer quick, leaving for
home next Thursday. 1027 E. 33d North
1500 EQUITY lu new, modern bungalow for
sale or trade for clear lots or acreage in
Willamette Valley. Young. 6014 49it
st. S. E. Sell. 1350.
SIX-ROOM house, restricted district, paved
streets, for larger house: will assume. BD
NEW piano In exchange for clear citv 1ir;
state location and price. AP 30, Oregonian.
TO EXCH.1XGK REAL ESTATE.
FOR EXCHANGE AND SALE.
117 .c.re' 1 ml1 from Corvallls: HIGH
ORADE; includes $5000 personal- price
$32,000: terms and up to $15,000 ia
$SH acres on electric railroad, all In culti
vation: up to $6000 In clear property
1 acres t. mile Corvallls; Improved: a
snap; no trade; $3500
1 acres. 10 bearing prunes; Improved:
bargain for $3500.
105 acre. Improved, including stock and
Implements. $4500; terms or $2000 io
315 acres well improved close to market:
-tvT-r!!-,!'T.!,?aP'" $19,000; on easy terms.
WRITE. ICR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION.
MORGAN i WALKER.
W;T ,HO?D RIVER ORCHARD OR
fe.2D kA.N'XEAR PORTLAND CLEAR
F?3nv?II?v?,-.GED VALENCIA AND
VM2"OVt: -v MILES ' FKOM LOS
A-a.w H?r ALUE $::i,0m. MORTGAGE
,",:Srl,l-iJ ANGELES RESIDENCE
i.A,H? l0,0t. MORTGAGE S30O0.
5ir?Sl'p.AS? PROERT Y ONLY. CON
SIDERED. J. B. CHAFFEY. 1102 HAAS
BLDG.. LOS ANGELES. CAL.
S0, substantial improve-
want residence. Owner.
Chauncey Barney, Oregon Clty
TO EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS.
ton SALE or trat'e. Corona folding type
w,r,iJer wlt'i carrying case and equitvof
$13o in lot. Alberta district; open for any
if. L,. . trade' ,45 Buchanan bldg. Phone
M. 6943. . Not In Sunday
Ilorses. Vehicles. Harnr... Etc
SP.AN of matched bays, mare and gelding,
5 and 8 years old. weighing about 23O0
lbs.; good work team, single or double,
with set of double harness, $125. Span
ot mares, 4 and 8 years old, weighing
-300 lbs., sound and true to pull, $150.
Model Stables, 5th and Davis.
FARM OUTFIT conpiete:
team norses. 1200 lbs. each.
55, Bear' n,'ca l"0u-lb. fat chunk, good
saddler, works single and double: small,
medium-sized horses, several wagons and
io- i- . '"", 11 o reasonaoie offer.
ISo L. Market, corner Grand ave.
1Hr 7:,AKES Eood serviceable ranch lean
EUstark'UrneSS lBrm wagon. 10(
DEAD horses and animals hauled away fre.
Woodlawn 20. Portland Rendering Co
ONE horse and wagon by day. $1 25 J Co
hen. 546 Front at. Main 220S. Main 9S5.
1JLAD horses and cattle taken away tree.
Call day or night. Tabor 4208.
PASTURE wanted for 3 horses by
' -" w.w.. aL.. runiano.
Pianos. Organs and Musical Instruments.
SECURITY STORAGE CO. wlU close out:
$350 Arion upright, oak . .
$3oO Bradford upright, oak.
450 Chlekerlng & Sons.....
$400 Bradbury piano
$165 Packard organ ........
$&50 Autoplano player
TO FliiST CALLERS 19 4th. near Was a.
7oc monthly will store your Diana.
suo CASri buys $4o0 Chickering, old model
5J50 cash buys $o,o McCammon upright
right"' aS uuys 4-5 Vose & Sons up-
S05 cash buys $25 pianola player and
$Su worth of rolls, all closed out by Se
curity storage Co. to first caller at 100
TOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY NOW
$25.00 disc talking machine. ......i 6 00
$ 35 00 dlse talking machine $1400
75.00 disc talking machine $2500
lloO.OO disc talking machine sua ou
$1 or more cash, 50c or mora montuljl
SCHWA N PIANO CO.. Ill 4th St.
I owe a balance of $2-0 on a $i!5C play
er piano, but am unable to finish my
contract: rather than lose all I have
paid will trade my equity and transfer the
account: what have you to offer? BP 1S5
Sl'HL'MAX.N llano. Beautiful walnut ca,
.Breaking up housekeeping and must sell
at once price $175: part terms if ne'ees-
?i A . ,havJ' a Ponograph and some
fui-nimre left. BF lsw. Oregonian.
WE VILL trade our almost new piano that
..ou ,cu nine uee tor a
trola and some records. BF
FREE use of piano or player piano for 2
- - '-e u'ip'wy auvertlsement or call
Sehwan 1'lano Co., 111 4th st.
FOR. SALE $S0 diamond disc Dhonoeranh
with selection of r.ie es: used one weli
$115. H !().
CITY lot wanted, clear. In exehance for new
.w, .u.vimg quote lowest nnrp
, ,1 cKomaii.
"Al -LOT , WANTED, clear. In exchange
new piano; wnen answering quote low-
"J1- ."u. location. xu hs. oregonian.
FREE use of piano or player piano for ! u.
years. See display and advertisement o:
'""11 x-i.no o.. 111 tn at.
WANTED ALL KINDS OP MKnr-IlAV-
r''" .,. ..-era. ituicc lurniture. bouse,
hold goods, stoves. Main 44H5. 128 Firt
I HAVE a Columbia Tender
which I am unable to complete my con-
Bceniiee. n i,:i, ureeon an.
ill pay cash for your old upright or
" J1'1" eau in ,tn 8T-
PRIGHT piano, beautiful mahogany case
value ;4Q. take $175. 747 E. llth st
WILL pay cash for your ol.l nr;Hr
square piano. Call 111 4th st.
logs. Birds, Pet Stock.
ENGLISH SETTERS FOR SALE.
uiii)rtu fjngllsh setter puppies.
Brand-daughters of Count Whitcstone aiid
Babblebrook Joe. $25. Phone Main 2149.
iu., I1KI1I TO IRK. 11
-Old English sheep dog, "male.
;d. Full pedigree. Inquire 275
; -iv.'. 0,0 run pedigree. Inqu
... ......i.. 1 nuiio pmquway y.
I .nnfv' viJi-'T v8, 5 GOOD DOGS.
" .J. aaiaLAUA. (JO.
CANARIES In fine song for sale. Main 85
lights and sturtur ft-na..
sender car; A-l condition.
sjoo will handle 1012 Reo
250 will haiulle 6-cvIlnder
2!ll car; good condition.
$1.,0 --passenger Htipmobile; don't
....p u u i. ituu see tnem.
tn anu Broad way.
twi4 CHALMERS Master six, 5 or 7-pass.
o swiu urea anu car has been run very
little will give easy terms. This Is a
beautiful car and w ill be sold at an ex-
cvpiiouaiiy jow price. Phone Mr. Baer
FOR HUNTING AND FISHING
ii V or. o-Pass-, in the best of
....ii....v.i vwuuiLiou, gooa tires etc. w
consider small cash payment, bala'nce easy
terms. Price Is right. Phone Broadwuy
FOR SALE One of the best 6-cvlinder 7
passenger automobiles on the market, ner.
feet condition, like new. late model- will
exchange for first mortgage on real es-
-A .-. " gooa lot or small machine.
4i.0-4.j4 Hawthorne ave. H. C. Smidt.
NE..1913 FORD RUNABOUT b6"diES$
TOURING BODIES. $75. including lur-
HvVv" bodies tOP: " "yle" ot For
BEN J. E. BOONE & CO.
514 Alder St.. Portland. Or.
USED CAR BARGAINS.
Largest Pric Rlgh
NORTHWEST AUTO COMPANY
Broadway 8S7. A 4959. Broadway and Co,.-
riAvt, bougnt --ton truck; will sell mv
completely rebuilt 3, -ton Menominee
truck very reasonable. AF lba. Orego
nian. GARAGEs erected complete. $30 up- r.ad.
cut or portable houses, $125.
TAKE-DOWN MFa CO
54S Water St.. near Harrison Ma'ln 1167.
C. C. LANDY.
specializing on Garforda
trucks and MrnHK.t,
King SL Garage. King at Washington!
LA:-:SY r-adstei newly painted, 4 mTw
tires, perfect mechanical condition. A bar.
.v. ....). .auuui a good car.
1912 APPEP.SON Jackrabblt. 3-pass com
pletely overhauled and repainted; a' high
grade touring car; win sell very low fle
ure; some terms. Phone Broadway 887
1915 LOZIER roadster. SO per cent lesl
than factory cost, by owner. Car can be
seen at Northwest Auto Co.. Broadwav inH
Couch sts. Both phones. ana
FOR .ale cheap. l.VOO-lb. truck, good run
nlng order. Phone Marshall 2225 or Mar
WILL pay cash for used Ford car. "
BENJ. E. BOONE ft CO
514 Alder Street, "
MUoT sell my 1912 Reo touring car at once
at sacrifice: will consider any offer: dem
onstrate anywhere. Woodlawn 3566.
CHALMERS SIX. roadster, self-starter elec".
trie lights, forced -sale, $750 lath. Main
1013 SIX-CYLINDER ROADSTER FOR
OlkOXl ADE: GOOD DEAL. S IBS.
1 WILL pay cash for used Fords
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EXCHANGE!,
E. 13th and Hawthorne ave.
BEST washing and polishing In city for $1
garage. King st at Washington. Main 34121
SEVERAL good. Tilgh-clas. cars for sale vsry
cheap. 490 Burnslde. Main 6822. Finch.
BARGAINS IN USED AUTO!
Large stock. Prices $300 to $750l
OREGON MOTOR CO..
Corner Chapman and Alder.
Automobiles IV anted.
IF YOU want to sell that automobile, call
Main 22. 41)0 Burnslde. Mr. Finch
Automobiles for 11 Ira.
FOR HIRE Reasonable, clean, dacsv Hud
son car: safe, saie driver. Main 557S.
4-3-7-PASS. cars and limousine. $1.50 up:
zone rates. A 67H1. Mam 51S3.
FOR SALE Large Yorkshire boars, ready
for service; can make -immediate ship
ment. Coldstream Ranch,
box 79, Routs
-, (jaston. or.
FROM 1 to loo dairy cow terms, druott.
vuu civjv.j.tas. 1. ij, ciregonlan.
ii NTED Heavy duty Corliss engine, 2Sx
4S or its equivalent in a twin; give con
dition and history; must bo in good shape
CLEAR LAKE LUMBER COMPANY,
Clear 1-aiie. Wash
EQUIPMENT FOR RENT AND FOR SALaL
COAST STEEL & MACHINERY CO..
loua Yeon -BldE- Main B7U5. A S33u.
Launches and Boats.
3-ROOM houseboat. Deftly built, with 4 11.
. moiorooat Iioats. et,'. for nuiclf .no
Main 441IS. Marshall 719.
to-ROOM houseboat, newly built, with 4 H.
P. motoiboat, f.oats, etc.. for quick sale,
$2-o. Marshall 44HS. Marshall 917
TYPEWRITERS for rent; 3 months for $S
and up; 6 months' rent apptled on pur
chase price. Remington Typewriter Cum
pany. 86 Broadway. Portland, Or.
WE lave you from 50 to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our Illus
trated folder. Retail department W'HOLE-
SALE TYPEWRITER CO.L 321Wash. SL
TYPEWRITERS, all makes. $10 to $65. The
Northwest Typewriter Co.. 263 Stark SL
NSW, rebuilt, second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. p., 2gi Stark 8L slain 1407.
WE BUY. sell and exchange all kinds of
second-hand and rebuilt National cash,
registers. Easv terma
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO,
352-354 Burnslde, cor. 8th.
Broadway 1816. A 181.
BOOK KEEPER'S desk and chair, tvpewnter
desk. 1 writing table, 1 flat-top oak table.
1 wrapping counter. 1 15UO Ibb. Kairbunks
platform scale; also a lot or machine tools,
propellers and marine engines. Una Power
Suply Co.. 170 Front. Mar. 5172.
SEWING MACHINES 200 siight.y used
sewing machines, all makes, v. HI be closed
out- Drop beads, $5 and up: -'ox tops. $
and up. S. S. Siegel. two storvx 3S3 Al
der st.. and 242 Alder st.
SEWING MACHINES, new and secood-hand.
sale or rent, $3 up. Sewing Machine Em
porium. 190 Sd st, near Taylor. Main 9431.
HIGHEST cash price paid for rifles and
snotguns; cameras, kodaks and lenses
oouynt. sold and exchanged. Hochfeld's
Camora Exchange. e5 3d at.
BILLIARDS New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard tables and bowlnig
alleys and accessories: easy payments. The
BrunsTi iek-Bulke-Col lender Ca.. 40-48 Sth
ELECTRIC MOTORS for sale, trade or rent:
expert repairing. Walker Electric Works.
413 Burnslde st. Broadway or A 5674.
CASH REGISTERS. slightly used; our
prices are lower, cash Register .Exchange.
351 Washington st. Main 606. A 3606.
ELEC. MOTORS FOR RENT. FORSALSi.
B. E. DAVIS & CO..
10$ E. Water st- East 3146. B 2830.
DIAMOND house paints, strictly pure; made
in Oregon; per gallon, $1.75. Portland
j-aiut Co.. 2",o Front st. Marshall 100.
WANTED To tradtj beach lot fo furni
ture. Call before 12 o'clock. Marsnuil
FERTILISER; well rotted cow manure for
ale. We deliver. Phone East 286L
USE l'asseii's Native Hers fo. rheun-atlsm.
&t tablets for :!5e. All Urucrists.
BEARING size apple trees. 50c each, Ml'.ch
ell Nursery, Tacoma. Wash.
PLUMBING supplies at wholesale price.
Stark-Davis Co.. 212 3d st- Main 797.
ROYAL coffee and peanut roaster, motor
attached; $165. Cost $350. 55 Union ave.
WANTED to trade beach lot for furniture.
Call before 12 o'clock. Marshall 462.
LAW books, Enclyclopedia of Forms, IS
vols., great bargain. Phone East 2407.
WANTED SCO.ND-HA.ND CLUTHIia.
We pay the highest price for ladle
and gents east-otr clothing, bicycles aiui
very thins la merchandise. Call ub i p.
We need it and will pay for it.
GLOBE tiiOHii. First.
Tjlaln 2usu. Alaia 20 SO.
VT CALL. PROMPTLY.
THE GEV'i llTZ FUKNITL'KK CO.,
185-187 Fint St.
Will buy good used furniture, ruga,
ranges and hou&ehoid goods; phone for an
appointment with our buyer. Marshall
GEVL'RTZ FUKX1TUKE 5 T 0 1 1 K.
207 FIRST ST. 207 FIRST ST.
W buy your eecond-hand f urnltura,
rtoves end other household gocjia.
Highest Prices Paid.
FOR a thoroughly reliable house to buy or
ell household gooaa or anything iti the
hardware line, call the Levin Hardware A
Furniture Co., 2iU Front. Phone A. 3174.
ilJSU FURX1TURB CO..
184 1st. Main 768. 184 1st.
Call on us and get our estimate on your
furniture and household good, before dis
posing of same.
STANDARD FURNITURE CO.,
Mala 47T3. 1S2 1st bl Main 4773.
Pays best prices lor your furniture, etc.
WANTED At once, GO II. p., U-v 3-phae
motor; statu full particulars. M 157, Or-
SECOXD-HAND clothing buyer. J. Meyer,
tailor, pays more for clothing, shoes. Call
Marshall liiUH. Madison street.
WILL POY CASH FOR
PECOND.1IAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
phone main 3;i:;-j. a -Jr.e7.
RESPONSIBLE company would like to rent
Ford with delivery body by month. Tabor
WS tint rooms for $2.r0; do good paintin?
work, c harlrs O'Mara, East 'i-.i.
I BUY ladies and men's clothes; pay the
lilghcst pricea. Broadway
WANTED National cash"" register. Main
tkJtt. 301 Washington st.
OWL FURNITURE CO. pays best price for
your furniture. Ii04 1st. Main 4027.
HIGHEST prices paid for furniture of VTl
deecrlp-lons. Main 30. Kline's. at'S First.
WANTED All kinds of records and phono
graphs. Main 4410. 128 1st st.
STRICTLY American dealers Jn used furnl
ture; square deal our motto. Sell 1682.
SCALES Portable or dormant ; state stse,
prlve and location. AE 112. Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WHY NOT DRESS UP?
Uncalled for suits and overcoats for sal
355 Stark. Cor. Park.
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL.
Oregon's oldest, beat equipped
and most practical school.
Day and night classes.
445 HAWTHORNE AVE.
WANTED Party to lease well-paying mush-
a uui" (.arcs w ;ui3 u w iicr gUJS C U.S I , pieUl
spawn on hand, good market, verv reason
Ubie. See Nelaon, Rocky ave., Parkrosx
R C car.
MIDDLE-AGED and elderly men make
money selling our hardy, guaranteed orna
mental and fruit stock; cash weekly; part
expenses provided. Washington Nursery
Co.. Toppenlsh, Wash
WANTED Two more young men to travel
for advertising purposes. Eastern firm.
Call at Carlton Hotel. Hours, after A.
M. Ask for Mr. Dufek.
WANTED Three young men to fit then..
selves for wireless cperators at tiie Y. M.
C. A. Wireless School, corner 6th and Tay
,XF rSKIENCED salesman. must furmsli
$oH bone ; tirst-class references required,
no investment required. AD 19tj, Ore
gonian. PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE Expert
u it ia- 4j$ iv a,Aiu j uu me oaroer traao
In 8 weeks; tools free ; position guaran
teed; paid while learning. 232 2d, nr. Main,
MILKER for Hi to 25 cews. $50 to 55 month
wunout roara. (jertinger stock Farm,
WANTED 10 young men to take the course
Schools, cor. 6th and Taylor sts.
OMPETENT (i-0or patehc.- wanted
k T a ri m
work and feood wages AddIv to Han.'.
McCleaiy Timber Co.. McCleary, Wash.
MAN to work In rea.1 estate office; steady
orK van raahe gooa wages; ,U re
quired. 247 Vi Couch et.
FIRST-CLASS coat operator, steady work.
good pay. and must be ready to go to
work at once. Ray Barkhurst. 94 6th et.
WANTED A tailor. 302 Madison st. near
r ii hi.
Young man to learn barber
REGULAR and social edition ad solicitors.
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