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THE SUNDAY OEEGOXIAJT. . PORTLAND, APRIi; 7, 1913.
HUT TO OPEN TODAY
Knights of Columbus Building
DEDICATION IS ARRANGED
Eirnctirt mt YancoaTer Barrack to
lie Turned Over to Cse of Sol
Uer; Major Baker and Other
of Portland to Speak.
VANCOUVER. Vwlu April fPpo
CUU Th. Knlshta of Columbus Hut.
built at Vancouver Barracks and Just
completed, will b dedicated with ap
propriate ceremony her tomorrow aft
ernoon, when Mayor Geora 1 Baker,
of Portland, will speak. The ceremony
will be held outside of the bulldinif.
boys and hear the Interesting recitals
of Now Torn war worn. en. nas
spent most of her leisure moments
since last August In an effort to add
to the pleasure of and comfort for
Maay Visits Paid.
When she and Mr. Davidson left
last year Mrs. Davidson Instructed her
friends to write or telegraph her when
she might expect the arrival of Ore
gon men at New Jersey or Long
Inland cantonments, ana many a sol
dier led has been pleasantly surprised
by a visit from her and a gift of ap
"Outside my visits with in dots.
says Mrs. Davidson, "on of the most
Interesting things I observed the past
winter wis n connection with the
postofflce. One day I visited the office
with a package to be forwarded to a
boy In th expeditionary forces. 1
carried my needle and thread along.
and when my package had been in
spected I took out a little bag and
sewed th articles securely In it. Th
postal clerk remarked that he wiafaod
everybody would be as canefuL He
then told me that hundreds aetd hun
dreds of packages that had been in
securely wrapped arrived ia the office
without th least scratch of an ad
Car Xinmi la Wrapping-.
W have heard a rrat deal 'of
criticism of th postal authorities, but
I think they are doing their best In
mot InMsnres. W ought to take
POLITICS TO BE BARRED
RIVER APPLE ' GROWERS
AMEND BY-LAWS. '
Tetlag f Proxies by Candidate r
Off Ire re of Aasodatloa la
HOOD RIVER. Or, April (. (Spe
cial.) The policy of elimination of pol
itics is bel ax put into effect by the
Appie urgwera Association, xue uieui
bers of th co-operative organisation
today unanimously adopted an amend
ment to Its by-laws that will prevent
sny director candidate, employe or of
ficer from soliciting or voting proxies.
A decisive blow was struck todsy at
the grower who fails to observe grad
lng rules. During a discussion, when
O. JL. Walter suggested that grading
delinquents be expelled, the suggestion
wss met with applause. P. S. Davidson,
th organisation president, in an ad
dress to growers, stated that he defied
any Northwestern Institution to show
a better record than that of th association.
"We started five years ago," he said.
"without a dollar. Today th asso
ciation controls property valued at ap-
HUT BUILT BY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FOR SOLDIERS AT VANCOUVER BARRACKS.
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TOO tATE TO CLASSTFY.
OPEN ALI DAT SUNDAY.
CATL TODAY. CAUL. TODAY.
EAST EAST EAT AST.
'PRKE FARE. FREE FARE.
Laborer and teamsters for R. R. con
tructioa work. hix today. FREE FARE.
& Mill and yard men, J 4:95; lO hours.
Bmall mill up the river.
UP THE RIVER. STATE HIGHWAY
LABORERS. 94.40 tor 30 hours.
Teamsters, $3.75. 6 hours; board $6-30
week. Clots In fare advanced.
Mean shovel watchman, i, ooaro.
I'd cook, $120. board. '
2d cook, $100.
Walters fctmo). t$5. board and room.
Dishwasher (ctmpi, $tv. board and rm.
camp ziunReys, $tki, Doara.
Camp cooks to register, highest waxes,
f arm nana. Doara ana room.
4 laborers (city). hour.
Steam snovel engineer. $175. board.
Log road section men. $4 for 8 hours.
Head loader, Jti.OO for 8 hours.
Car repairer. $5 for S hours.
Carpenter helpers. $4 for 8 hours.
Pilj driver men. $3, SO for 8 hours.
Pile driver foreman. S7.50 for 8 hours.
Other Jobs of all kinds coming" in dally.
au at main onics.
HAN LEY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
26 N. Second U, Near Couch.
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY.
$17.500 MUST BE SOLD. 2-story brick
building near l amhlil-st. MarJtet, rents
lor a montn. price reaucea - per
day from April 1, 1918, until sold. In
quire 202 Grl Infer bld, or phone Main
FosilTION where varied exoerience Is val
uaoie; enjoy meeting- puoiic, ai stenog--
rapner, Dut prezer position ot a more ex
ecutive nature; capable of supervlsinc
glrlw. r lo, Oregonlai
SHIPBUILDERS Do you need a first-class
man who can direct construction or ma
chinery Installation, correct ship plans or
take measurements from floor? If so I
am looking for you. P 12. Oregonian.
FOR SALE Wade gasoline d rax saw. used
Jens than one week; has true it attaenment
ana su tne small tools tna,t go to maxe
a complete wood cutler's outfit. M. C.
Fields. Dayton Hotel. Room 407.
SITUATION wanted as salesman or combi
nation man by young man with thorough
business experience; married; at present
employed; desires outside work or part;
excellent references. O 117. Oreffonlan.
TWO atx54 non-skid tires; very little used;
only $.i0 to close out. iNeariy new .uxo
tube. on!y $.1.&0. A dozen other size tubes
cheap. Reliable Auto Exchange, r.:io Alder,
near 17th St. Phone Broadway 2717.
FOR SALE At t seaed value, hi block on
Union ave. 1 ltfl. uregonian.
FOR SALE 8 inner tubs lor Ford; speed
ometer and electric fan. Tel. East 4i34.
I CLOTHING SALESMAN can make $30 a
week selling our union lanor-maue nuns,
$19.50 up; great line to sell shipbuilders.
204 Allsky bldg.
EXPERIENCED men or women solicitors
make ro weeKiy getting memoers ior
new saving system. Every man a pros
pect for live solicitor. Y 1", Oregonlan.
ATTENTION MOOS E.
Portland Lodge, , No. 291,
Loyal Order of Moose, will
hold their memorial services
in their new Moose Temple,
Fourth at Taylor sts.. Sunday,
April 7, at 2 P. M. All Moose
and thtfr families and friends
Invited J. F. KENNEDY.
YOTT ARE INVITED, WHETHER A
member or not. to the card party and dance
given by Anchor Council, No. 746, K. and
Ls. or in tneir nail at j-'j m si.,
Wednesday night, April 10. Cards 8 to 10,
dancing and entertainment 10 to 12; gro
ceries for prizes; union music; come and get
acquainted; you are guaranteed the time of
your life; admission 15c.
THE MACCABEES Portland Tent, No. 1.
will give their regular card party and dance
on Thursday evening, April 11, at their
halt 409 Alder street. There will be good
prizes, consisting of groceries. Splendid
union music and a royal good time assured
for all who attend. All welcome. Admis
sion 20 cents. COMMITTEE.
KIRKPATRICK COUNCIL, KNIGHTS !
AND LADIES OF SECURITY Big open
meeting next Friday, April 12. 8:30 P. M.,
Moose Hall, Morrison and Broadway. Cards, I
"500." Entertainment. Dancintr. Hoch's &l
Berry's union music. Good prizes. Admis
sion 15 cents. You and your friends are in-
vi tea to come ror a good time.
R. E. A. 500 card party, 8!H 6th, Mon
day and Saturday afternoon; ham and gro
ceries: also Tuesday and Saturday nights.
ham and groceries; also every Wednesday
afternoon, nana -made Drlzes. cloves ana
such articles, elegant prizes. Come and bring
your irienas. Aamission zc. arwy. -o-i.
MACCABEES. ATTENTION! Golden Rule
neview, io. ji. aim wueen uzaut i it rvw-
view. No. 24. will give a card party Tuesday
evening, April II, in I. O. O. F. Hall, E. 6th
and h. Alder sts. Grocery prizes. Admission
20 cents. Everybody welcome.
HIGH COST OF LIVING CLUB. FRA
TERNAL BROTHERHOOD "500" card
party April 12. first prize, ham and other
groceries. Modern Woodmen Halt, 11th. be
tween Burnsiue and Stnrk. Admission, 15c.
'500" PARTY. DEN1SON APTS.. COR-
ner 34th and Belmont, every Tuesday after
noon, 2:30 o'clock. Everybody welcome. Ta
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins;
new designs. Jaeger Broa. 131-8 6th st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodsre emblem a
class pins and medals. 310 Washington st.
A directory of business firms and professional men condensed and
classified for ready reference. For rates by the month or year,
or other information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or
A 6095, House 29.
"EMSTITCUING. SEATING. AL.L LAI-i-ST
&TVLKS. EASTERN' NOVELTY CO..
FIFTH ST.. BiiTWBO OAK AND
&1ARK STS. BROADWAY 2000.
K. STEPHA.N, hemstltchins. acalloplnff, ac-
-v.u.uu Qiu, pieaL, Duttoua covered; mall
order. ai Piuoclc block. Broadway lOMD.
AGATE CLTTEKa AND MtO. JEWELERS.
1 . k cut, and polished; Jewelry and
. ciiu iujt. jumera. J4o i Wasb at.
PHOENIX IKON WORKS.
Engineer, fouodera, machinlsta, boiler,
makers, boiler aud blackanilth aUop. Of
fice and works, ilawuiuiue av. aad EauC
ASSAYERS AXI ANALYSTS.
yOl'NG woman engaged part of the day
ran nave good none in yamuy ox a aauits
for assistance with domestic dutiea. Call
Easit after P. M.
EXCHANGE Delta. Utah. 40 acres, alfalfa.
beets, h sh v Improved, cary dltcll. bulla-
lns: S5500. Want Coast farm about
S:500. Owner. 1149 E. Washington St.
I T f iyT HlarV-an.vMtM do,. Dart collie Btl
Alaskan hunkle: answers to name or r-iP'
Din. Finder call stain 2200; liberal re
WIDOWER with boy Vi years old will share
own home with young couple, no cnuuren.
free rent to right parties. Glv phone in
reply. J HO. oregonian.
EXCHANGE. OR CASH, unincumbered lot
In Montavllla. Be fare: l7a pam up on
water and sewage; team or acreage.
Bsllalla? Ia Ezsjrtly 1.1k, Bats Pwt Vp r Kalgkta far Bya la . Wklek Coastal Libraries, Read la a; Room
Otkcr t- aa vea lea res ut isararts.
WA'TED 3 rilRha-ashers. 15: 3 lunci
countermen. S17.00, union Douse at isrem
erton, vann. i;au at x r. iu. ouiiuay. o.
Washington St.. Room 30L
vhfra a platform ha been built for
this purpose. To reach th hut. drive
In at th Tenth-street entrant- and
follow th road, turnina" to th left
near th tennla court.
Frank J. Lonergsn. ef Portland, will
he master of ceremonlee. Bishop
UTea. of Seattle, formerly of this city,
will giT th dedication address. Among
other who will speak will be Mayor
. R. PerclvaL of Vancouver: W. O.
Irowly. president of th Vancouver
Commercial Club; Colonel Richard C
Moore, post commander, and Colonel
Van Way. for Colonel Brlc P. Dlsqu.
Xlss L.urlln Williams, with Misa
LiOuls Lackaff. accompanist, will sing
a solo, and Misa Ooldi Peterson and
lea Zan. with alias Uaym Helen
'lynn. accompanist, will render solos.
Th Hut I nestled among; th tall
fir tress, close to th upper canton
ment, and not far from th old post.
It la exactly Ilk th other huta built
fcy th Knights of Columbus, and over
the mala entrance are the words:
"Knights of Columbus. Everybody
Welcome." Th building; has a library,
moving pictur machine, stag, altar
which caa be pushed to a aid room,
shower batha, writing; tablea. and th
auditorium will seat about (00.
James XcSparren, of Vancouver, will
mor car with our) packages. In th
case ef rarment th name of the
donor should be sewed to them, and
paper slips with th namea on them
should be placed In sock a Then 1'
th wrappers are broken or destroyed
th articles caa b rewrapped. and
sent on." '
Recently Mrs. Davidson has spent the
greater part of her time visiting; Base
Hospital No. 1 In New York and com
fontlnir Oregon men who ar ther.
"I accidentally learned that Oregon
boy war ther while accompanying
a friend to th hospital," says Mrs.
Davidson. "Sine then I have called
for Oregon boys, and twic a week 1
have rone out to cheer them up. Some
of the boys ar awfully homesick, and
bow they hate, to see a horn caller
leave th hospital."
WANTED Experienced general maid, two
in family, high wages, no unaay dinners.
no furnace work. Telepnone mornings.
Marshall 4781. .' westover roao.
MANY THRIFT STAMPS SOLD
Una County Town Make Excellent
Record Curing March.
AUAVT. Or. April . (Special)
I. inn County, which has ranked near
in top among Oree-on counties from
t ie first In the sale of war savings
and thrift stamps, maintained Its rec
ord during Marco by th sal of J.
5s worth of stamp during th
month. It I believed that no county
la th state. except Multnomah,
equaled this record In total sales last
month and that not a single county
made this record in percentage of
Th Albany postofflc accounted for
mora than half of th county' total
ales In March, selling S1M73. worth
' ef stamps. Th salea mad by th
other postofftcee In th county follow:
I-ebanon IHIl.tl. Mrlo IHH.i:. tbedd
-MM.4. Brownsville l:u S. Tangent
1 4 S . Halsey tl41J.IT. Thomas
I'TJ.JJ. Ilarrlsborg tIS.4, Crab tree
... Foster 431. Si. 5odavlll S0.31.
Oawfordsvlil lllil Sweet Home
:iJ.TJ. Berlin 1:42.17. Holley I42.4.
3. omb l;.:S. Gooch I ' M. Waterloo
$::J. Kingston 114 (4. helhurn 1:1.54.
Lyons Cascadla 1.J5. Tallmatt
LANE IDLERS ARE WARNED
btrk-t Loyalty Demanded by Eugene
"Committee of 100,'
KCOKNR, Or.. April (Ppeclal.)
Th Eugeo -Commute of li" today
flace.l in circulation a warning to th
effect that men who ar physically fit
and do not work will b considered In
the same light as a slacker or traitor
and will not b tolerated la this com
m unit y.
The committee a!so calls for th dls-
r'av of th American flag In every
home, ami asks that th Herman lan
guage be not spoken upon the streets
of (he city.
Th deportation ef Jake Fpores, al
leged chronic Idler, by vigilantes, fol
lowed a similar warning by cltiirns
that all who ax physically fit must
Japanese Workmen Strike.
TOKIO. March 1 Six thousand
workmen In th employ of the TJraga
Dock Company, near Yokohama, wen
out on a strlk today for Increased
wages. A number of person were In
Jured. Labor In Japan has always been
noted for Ita quiet docility and submts
lv attitude towards mployer. Re
cently, however, strikes hav been on
proximately f225,00O. half of which Is
Directors elected on th first ballot I EXPERT bookkeeper for out of town: must
today vert: , A. F. Bickford, E. W.
Blrire. P. S. Davidson. W. B. Dlckerson,
A. G. Lewis, J. R. Nunamaker. J. C.
Porter. A. J. Oraff and A. C. Staten. A
second ballot failed to elect the other
two of the board of 11, and these will
likely be named bv the men elected.
Im fnmlltar with Davroll and material dls
tributlon arrd competent to handle office
work. E YA. oregonian.
WiVTFn Rv vniltir Danish family Of two.
experienced maid, witn rererencee: salary
540 to sou: young Bcanainavian Eiri pre
ferred. Arl l;i, oregonian.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
S-KOOM furnished flat, sleeping porch.
hardwood floor, Hawthorne district, near
car. sightly, steam heat, water, garoage,
fo. East 13Sy. 73 IS. Alain st.
2. POINT SPLIT BAMBOO SALMON BOD
4-A Eastman kodak In sole leatner case.
cheap. Both like new. This afternoon
and week days, 432 Worcester bldg.
MILES eo-lb. relaying rails.
5 miles 4S-lb. relaying rails.
S miles 6o-!b. relaying rails.
120 tons fte-lb. new rslls.
SnO tons U-lb. new rails.
60-ton Baldwin Mogul, first-class condi
tion, pass l. L.. U. requirements.
&o-ton Vulcan 6-wheel switcher; in'
snected and nassed by Hunt.
S4-ton Torney type locomotive, has been
overhauled. realy for shipment.
UV-IOD DlkDDIIU UHUKV 11 Ul nn, UV.ITV I ... .
ii .... i ... . i pKimiRKKU umiod terrier, maie. in mns.
NICELY furnished 8-room home, very sight
m ly. on Willamette Heights, to lease to
. .. a.. 11. with Th,
Brong Co.. 2374 Oakst.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY. 5-room mod
ern bungalow, by young responsioie coupie
without children. Taoor
Hood River Woman VUiU
Oregon Men In New York.
IIC01 RIVER. Or, April . Spe
clal. I Mrs. It. y. Davidson, formerly
secretary of th Oregon Ftat Federa
tloa of Women's Clubs, who spent th
Winter In New Tork City with hr
husband, has returned her with mes
sages for scores of Oregon mother
from their sons. who. on th wsy to
Kngland and France, hav passed
through camps In th vicinity of th
tnetrepolis. Mrs. Davidson ha a lit
tle leather-bound book that she calls
Iter "soldier book. It contains th
addre of th families of many sol
diers and messages from men. some of
whom ar now perhaps on th battl
Mr. Davidson was scarce! y settled la
Jher apartments her vtiAi local moth
er hx.aa to call to ak about their
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
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TOO HATE TO C1-IFT.
EAST or THE MOUNTAINS,
lAborr. t for 9 hours.
TmtrB. S3 75 for 9 boura.
Tbta U out of tb rala WU wbtr you
ran morK rr cjr.
FARE ADVANCED. FARE A OVAJWE D.
Kr not to b rhr-l if work -V) dnya.
NO KEK. NO KEK. SO FEE.
ReVfCHT TO TSOHT BROU CO. OFFICE.
. tUfcOBQ fir Couch.
Pt'T THIS T1AROATM
BEFORE ITU CONE:
CloM-ln. 9ltwoot car. in Midway Ad
dltmn. tbaa - minuet out, -rxm
bunaalow. ona block to car: (pace for
Vrlaa and chlrkna; atrei improvemrntft
pMto. irica ior quic i, v
"A. K. 1IILU 41 Rnrr B!d.
Ft'R tfALtw If you mrm an aant and hi
tali for u Durban homra from .4imm to
f 4'Vt-o. or If you want a piaca for youratlf
with citjr ronvtntrnra and country ad
vantaitfa. 30 mtnuiM from Portlaaa. aU-
drrti P 1-7. Orvconlan.
FOR KALE Lota 6 and U. block 2. Mot
yan a Add. (oa(b of Orryory Heights);
trh lot ftslt ft-; prtr f 75 rarh ; ab
airart and arrant aeed furnished. Cat!
or addt cm A Baumsartncr. 41i Aiiaay
F.'R ALE Beautiful bom In Beaumont.
t i-mii-i: tha la una unuow ana wall
bulit. wilt taka lot mm firat payment or a
mill houM ana lot. u you want
good houae. look this up. T 12. Orego
FEW mor men ar wanted at tha gal
vanising pleaJit. corner Flttsburg and Brad
ford atr-Hi, lit. John district: wagoa (A7o
fr $ hf-nra. Chnrchlll A McBridau.
Fi-v-ah Tffntrg milk goats, glv four
quarts, kitls ty side; a.ao Una Tognbrg
buck. '2 Front t.
TO TRAl'E 41 acrea, 14 mlit-o to Portland;
win tana grocery nnci ona uxiaroa; Bavt
oi building;. T Or go n lan.
A CHAMBERMAID, married one proforred.
95 a week. hotjj keeping apt. fro. Xour-L-t
Hotel. 15 First St.
1 ROOM8. BRICK. 9100.
On on floor. Sn? Couch bldr.
FOR KALE OR TRADE fcotrh colli dog.
in montna om. atoranaii
WEST BROADWAY, near Ja
cay 4 -room rurnUihra cottage.
bo A RX tor far chUdroa C . 10, ii
10 ROOMS. $24 PNAP.
Cloao, Wool 2: do. WJ CouU. bid.
and baring motion. A bargain.
A. C. C ALLAN.
4M Oregon Bldg. Broadway 830.
FOR RENT life cres at Tlgard. Or., on
Oregon Electric ; modern bouse, furnace.
fireolace. electric lights, covered sleep
ing Dorch. beautiful trees, etf ; 2 streams
running water; road paved. Rent $21. bQ
month. References O 12. Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED GIRL MARKERS. SORT-
ERS. IKONERS AND MANGLE-FEED-EK8
WANTED AT THE Ol'EKA-UOLE
LALNDRT, 241 EVERETT.
old, house-broke, at
FOR SALE 5-room bungalow, 40tli L, near
Sandy. Rose City Park district, call 'la
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. sleeping
porch, private home, IS; 1 block from
Broadway and Union ave. car, Eaat 7716.
THE WINDSOR APTS. 2 rooms, furnished,
clean, quiet, homelike; no children. Lor.
E. 14th and Yamhill. E. 2907.
FOR RENT Larg front room, auttabl for
2 gentlemen, with or without board. 5 '-ft
Couch i beL 18th and lUth. Marshall
ft 7 A3.
FOR SALE 1 -karat diamond, perfect
stone; S450 cah, or will take liberty
bonds. N 123. Oreeonlan.
COMPETENT experienced girl desires posi
tion In physician a or dentist a orrir.
Must hav employment at one. What
have you. Broadway SfltM.
1RVINOTON 7 rooms, for rent or sale, va
cunt May L Call ZlUfe lith at, near
MAN WANTED to tend garage and wash
cars; good wag-, uu uraiy Aoito o.,
ith ann w asnmirion sts., Aionaay.
FOR RENT On larg. front bedroom, con- I CAR washer and garag man; permanent
nected with kitchen, for housekeeping In
a new bungalow la Rose City. Tabor
position. Multnomah Hotel Garage,
ELECTRICIAN'S apprentice wanted. Give
run net ana or education, etc. Must n
physically fit, as well as mentally. 137,
GIRL to assist with housework and care of
child; no oooklug. Sundays OIL ls& ltftn
LOST White Llewellyn setter, ftjmale.
black ears, black spots. Answers to name
of "Pearl. Reward, rnone Tabor 3.tt.
URI'fH RIN ABOUT, fully eaulpoed: svd
GIRLS wanted to work In oaner box fac
tory; steady position. Apply f . t:. btetuar I 1J t-a i. mercnanaise
Mrg. Co.. east end of Meet bridge.
HAVE opening for young man to learn good
iraoe. ui pay iioerai wages. s 145,
Coats, dresses, skirt. petUcoaia. 90 Park
TAXICAB drivers wanted: steady work and
good pay. Call Monday morning at 2ol
12th St., between 9 and 10 A. M.
LADY and dauahter. aaed 12. desire room
ana board, on month or more, iiolladay I r UK Am to rat. large laying nens. i.ou
district. Phone Eaat 81.12.
WANTED Middle-aged woman to help with
each. Call evenings.
near Columbia blvd.
1754 Borthwlck il,
LOST Elk's tooth cut! link. Initials "R.
BETH-EL A home for mental patients who
desire Christian science treatment; rate
A., 142." Call Tabor &48i, or Broad- jGlKL wanted for fountain and candy; good
y 142. the Elks Lodge. 1 appearance and industrious. Call at 11
& C, WHITE LEGHORN laying pullets;
reasonaoie. ai lu. sta su a. .t'non a,
A. M.. Morrison Grand Drug Co.
FOR SALE Modern furnished bungalow.
furnace, ri replace. cement basement;
terms. Owner, Woodlawn 1219.
KICK t urn 1 lied room. HullghU for -arl 11
iv orvuiMi. ii a, iwia ai. ; w&ikioc v -tan,
distance. I woman cook or waitress; must be good
fruit. 5-room house, not modern. S blocks I PARTNER First-class repair shop; good
Woodlawn car. Owner. T 151, Oregonian. I location; aiana inveiuguon. o ure-
ONE room. $2 a week : on housekeeping
suit. 411 Stark. Bath, hot and cold SIX rooms, unfurnished or nearly furnished,
LIMBER PILKRS wanted, by contract or
day. can e-o couch bldg., Monday, :so
4&1 Chapman at., Portland
WANTED Girl to sew; dressmaking. Ap
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, latest
model, price reanonanie. inquire statement
De pt. . rs ortnwestcrn national jjhk.
ply In person today, 2 to A. 822fe Broad- 6-KOOM furnished, modem house for rent,
way. I garage, garden, 862 E. 11th at. S. 30.
ELK teeth, several pairs, well matched; !!
at bargain. Washington bldg. u 123.
1 1 00 CAPH for diamond from private party;
wnat nav you: j 119, oregonian.
COM PETENT girl fol- general housework.
Phone East oov. oa tu. au xsurin.
6-JtOOM furnished, modern house for rent.
30 E. Bih su s. 20. Jaat o-o.
WANTED. 300, to renew first mortgage on WANT to rent a small bungalow In North-
1 ftO acres. T 1?4. Oregonian.
esst Portland. 835 Haight.
SNAP l-arge Ttew lot, overlooking La -Id's
Addition, on -un: siw. 000 is. xstn.
-ROOM house, nicely furnished, 1041 E,
lth ,v. Woodlawn M(.
FOR SALE: Uoue and lot, 54x100. Inquire
338 E. 42d. '
BOT WANTED Chriatl Printing Co.,
WHITE WYANDOTTE chickens to trade
fr furniture. Ben wood A3.12.
WANTED A lot north of Morrison, $150 to
$200 can buy. O 121, Oregonian.
FL'RNISHED apartment now, at the Ker- I MUST sell my 1917 Ford at once.
rigan. c.asi 1100. 1 Tabor
EXPERIENCED shirt operator, one who
can mane out ton holes. 515 Macleay bid?.
KtTD gss heater. No. S. for sale, almost
new. -J. wapnington eu
FOUR ump waitresses, $50. Call Sunday, 1 I WANTED Millinery saleswoman.
. 31. s-1
Waahlngton. rool?i 801.
Co., 3!V3 Alder.
PAS:. FORD for sale at a bargain, good (HALF of upstairs flat. 3 rooms, unfurnished.
corni 11 in. rnvnc x u for iiob. 1 etrictiy pnvaie ramiiy. iv i 11m bu
WANTED Eiperlenced millinery nalealadiea. I WANTED Baby carriage In good condl-
Appiy wonder Millinery, nth and Aider. I tlon. East 7J4.
WANTED A molder. Apply
Iron vs orks. Newberg. Or.
Nawberglldld FORD BUG $S50; $100 down. $25 a
montn. f aiace oarage, i-in aau pt-ara.
FOR SALE Odd pieces of hla"h -grade fur- I WANT to buy a 4-room bungraiow in Korth-
SCHOOL GIRL wfehea place in exchange i TWO furnished housekeeping rooms, re-
lor room ana ooara. lioor 1 fined lamny. warinan o-jotr.
FOR SALE Two modern greenhouses, good I THOROUGHBRED bronze gobbler: estimat-
teen ana DUines. i.-i, uregonian. I ed over iio 10s.; siu. j mt, L'regonian.
WANTED Experienced maid, capable of FOR RENT Cicely furnished and clean
asifttng In linen -room. Nortonia Hotel.
front room. 475 Clay sL Marshall S292.
OR SALE A motorcyHe. a twin. 9-h. p,;
HOUSEKEEPER, for widower, three chll-
rtren. an puna ay. F4& Division st.
aa new. $50. Good to heat carfar to
shlpyarda Broadway 2H1. B34 Alder.
LI VK hel per on electrical work.
BIG rooms and tent-house. Albrtav'
owner, 1224 E. 3d at. North.
BRAND GTRL and
Ella H. Call. $0$ N.
W. Bank bldg.
WA-NILi Lisliwasher, At 35 $d u
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Taylor Cany Roadv End Bivrvlew
Th aly civilised method ef bo rial.
Enow-wblt. always dry. sanitary toraba.
Poemanant tltl and endowment: $2oO un.
mi Pit lock Block, Phon- Broadway 35L
KING April 6, at the residence. 1082 East
stark street, airs. vwnneirea . turaett
King, aged CI years. Beloved wife of
H. C. King, mother of Mary King, sister
or John Oavanaugh, or whltcomb. Mont.,
ana me iaie Jrvaie u. Lyncn, or tnis city;
aunt or aira Artnur .forth. J. J. Lyncn,
Mrs. Herbert Battey, James H. Linch,
Mrs. F. E. Kennedy, Mrs. John Hoth, Mrs.
Jack Place and Winnefred McLean.
Funeral will take place from the above
residence tomorrow ( Monody). April X.
at 8:30 A. M., thence to the Ascension
Church. 141 Eatst Seventy-sixth street.
wnere mass wilt be orrered at 9 o'clock.
Friends invited. Interment Mount Cal
vary Cemetery. Arrangements In charge
or running v MCbniee.
POTTER At the home of her daughter.
Airs. .. j. unuirn, oil Kaai jjroaaway.
April 5. Alley Caples Potter, aged 85
years, widow or tne late Sylvester ot
ter, mother of Mrs. Lt ster Potter and
A. c bouthmayd. or Sheridan ; D. S.
Southmayd and Mrs. E. J. Church, of
Portland, and Mrs. R. A. Jonee, Arizona;
sister 01 Mrs. isusan rcooerts, Portland.
Funeral services at Conere-rational Church
at Sheridan tomorrow (Monday). April
o, 1 if. ji. interment in tne iamiiy piot
In Sheridan Cemetery. Remains at Hol
man'a undertaking- parlors until 2 P. M.
CARSE At the residence. 1484 East Eighth
street North. April 4. Ray M. Carse, aged
84 years, beloved husband of Florence
Carse and brother of Mrs. Robert Thomp
son, of Oakland. Cal. ; Mrs. Edith Baujrher,
of Oakland, Cal. ; Mrs. Raymond Culton,
of Portland; E. E. Carse, of San Francisco,
Cal.; U. E. and R. L. Carse, of Portland,
and J. W. Carse. of Carlton, Or. Funeral
will be held tomorrow (Monday), April 8,
at 2 P. M. at the parlors of Miller &
Tracey. Interment at Riverview Cemetery.
TORGLER In this city, at his late resi
dence.. 410 B razee st.. April u. Frederick
Torgler, aged 8tf years, father of J. H.
Torgler. of Baker City. Or.; F. W.. Charles
E. Torgler. Mrs. Chester Hodgdon, Mrs.
Caroline Dixon, of this city, and Mrs.
Mary Pride, of Salem. Or. The funeral
services will be held tomorrow (Monday).
April 8, at 4 o'clock P. M., at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley & Son, Mont
gomery at 5th. Friends invited. Services
at the River View Cemetery private.
CARSE At the residence. 1494 East Eighth
ctreet North, April 4, Kay M. Carse, aged
34 years, beloved husband of Florence
Carse and brother of Mrs. Robert Thomp
son, of Oakland. Cal.; Mrs. Edith Baugher,
of Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Raymond Culton,
of Portland ; E. E. Carse, of San Fran
visco, Cal.; H. E., R. L. Carse. of Port
land, and J. W. Carse, of Carlton, Or.
Funeral will be held Monday, April 8, at
2 P. M-. at the uarlors of Miller & Tracey.
interment at rciverview cemetery.
LOCHNER-In this city. April 5. Caroline
M. Lochner, aged 40 years, beloved wife
of Joseph LiOciujer and mother of Mar
guerite Lochner, of this city; daughter of
Mrs. Mary Christ and sister of Mrs. Louise
McGregor, Lillian and Mary Christ, all of
Rochester, N. Y. Funeral will be held
from the residential parlors of Miller &
Tracey. Monday, April 8, at 10 A. M
LOCHNER In this city. AnrM 5. Caroline M
joenner, age 4U years, oeiovea wire or
Joseph Lochner and mother of Mar
guerite Lochner, of this city, daughter of
Mrs. Marv Christ and sister of Mrs.
Louise McGregor, Lillian and Mary Christ,
all of Rochester, N. Y. Funeral will be
held from the residential parlors of .Millar
& Tracey .Monday, Apru t. at iu A. 31.
LINN At Washington. D. C. March 29.
James A. Linn, aged 22 years, late of
Thirty-seventh Engineers. United States
Armv. beloved son 01 Airs. Aiary carter.
Remains will be at the parlors of Miller
v Tracey until 1U A. Al. today isunaayi
Funeral will be held at the Estacada
MeLhodlst Enisconal Church. Etjtacada,
Or., at 2 P. M. today. Interment at Es-
PRICE In this city. April . Mrs. Minerva
Price, aged years, beloved grandmotner
or tseulah r. Meien 1 and miireu r .
Miller, all of this cltv. and Mrs. C. B.
Travis, of Los Angeles. Funeral will take
ola.ee from the residential parlors of Mil
ler at Tracey tomorrow (Monday), April
8. at 3:30 P. AL Interment Rosa City
LINN At "Washington, D. C, March 29.
James A. Linn, age zz years, iaie 01
Thirty-seventh Engineers, United States
Armv. heloved son of Mrs. Mary Carter.
Remains will be at the parlors of Miller
A Tracer until 10 A. M. Sunday. fu
neral will be held at Estacada Methodist
Episcopal Church. Estacada, Or., at 2 P.
M. Sunday. Interment at Estacada.
PRICE In this city. April 6. Mrs. Minerva
Price, age 4 years, oeioved granonioinr
of Beulah F., Helen L. and Winifred F.
Miller, all of thi city, ' and Mrs. C. B.
Travis, of Los Angeles. Funeral will take
place from the residential parlors of Mil
ler A Tracey Monday. April 8, at 3:30 P.
M. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
TODD In this city, April 6, Frank Arthur
Todd, aged - years, nusuanu 01 r criuc
ToHd mri father ef Nellie Todd. Funeral
service will be held tomorrow (Monday),
Anrll S. at 2 f. M... irom tne conservatory
chapel of F. S. Dunning. Inc.. 414 E. Aider.
Friends Invited to attend. Interment, Mt,
HAMILTON The funeral services of the
late Jennie A. Mammon win De nein to
morrow (Monday). April 8, at 1 o'clock
P. M., at the residence establishment of
J. P. Finley & Son. Montgomery at 5th.
Friends invited. Interment at Rose City
ADLER In this city, April 4, Nathan A ti
ler, aged 40 years. Friends invited to at
tend funeral services, which will be held
at Holman's funeral parlors at 10 A. M.
today (Sunday), April 7. Interment Tal
mud Torah Cemetery. Please omit flow
ers. SHUGART In this city, April 3. William C.
Shugart. at his late residence, 350 Taylor 1
street. The funeral services will be held
Tuesday, April 9, at 2 o'clock P. M., at
the Residential parlors of J. P. Finley fc.
Son, Fifth and Montgomery.
PAINTER Tn this city, April 6, Plerson
William Painter, aged 47 years. Remains
will be forwarded to Marshfleld. Or.,
Tuesday morning by Erickson Undertak
BAXTER The funeral services of the late
Minnie A. Baxter will be held today (Sun
'day) at 1 P. M. at the residence establish
ment of J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery
at Fifth. Friends invited.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
viwm. ciiver -and platinum bought.
OREGON BARBER SUPPLY CO. We buy
""u au ainos par Per sappUes. 250 2d.
One hf largest In the linDTUUCOT
Phones East 0516. B 1475 nUJ1!nflt.dl
NORTH WEST RUG CO..' established 1003.
i-iuii rugs and rag- rugs woven, all sixes,
iast otn and Taylor. East a560. B 12U0.
U J5oi?NE M !. CANCER TREATED.
S12 Morgan bldg. Marshall 143-
- THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY.
337 V ashing ton. Broadway 454. A 1254.
CHIROPODISTS AND ARCH SPECLILIStX
WILLIAM, Esleiie and Florello DeVeny, the
only scientific chiropodists and arch spe
ciahsts In the ciry. Parlors 3U2 Gerllnger
Ciflff., southwest corner Second and Aluer.
Phone Main 130L
SICK PEOPLE: Dr. McMahon. Portland. 100
per ctni cniropractic specialist. That's
why I never have to employ aruga, oper
ations, vibrators, violet rays, electricity,
beat, light and other josa-nouse stunts. I
remove the cause of disease quickly, sure
ly and less expensively. Tickets. 31 ad
justments, $15; seven, $5. Call, phone or
write. Daily convincing uoubting Thomases.
CRANE LETTER CO., 610 N. W. bldg. Mar.
100 leters muitigraptied,
NKTH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1793.
No collections, no charge; established 1900.
MANCHESTER DANCING ACADEMY, 85 H
Fifth st. Get In line for Summer dancing;
10 private lessons 5. Hours 10 A. M. to
if.HO P. M. Bd. 2327. We teach you righu
THK TO PPTa'CTT-lJ t A Ttl CinriAl n
- iiu i -i.rjia a, J OV-JIWUI. 1VB.U I
. cing taught in all its branches; private, I
nay or eve. classes, Tues. and Fri., 8-10.
asaembly after. &H& Wash. Main 8205.
n 193 4th St., beL Yamhill & Tay-
.Ji7 lor. All kinds of flowers, bedding
and vegetable plants, garden seeds.
This month, special, Ea&ter lily,
cut daffodils, pansles. etc Japon
ic a, Cameha. Azalea, Wiatarta,
flowering cherry, holly tree a. tuba.
JUNK AND HARDWARE.
The Oregon Junk Co.. 274 Front St.
Main 32ot We buy all kinds of Junk, metals,
pay highest prices. See us before you sell.
OKKGON Conservatory (school) ot Music.
2d floor Ru&sell bids, lover the "I.lon").
Kntrance ltf5, 4th su. cor. ot Morrison.
PARKER School or PoplarMuslcT Terms. S
loIOleiisona 4U1-2 Kilera bids.
SMIL TillELHOltX. violin teacher, pupil
Sevcik. 2U7 flledner bldf. Bi'.ny. 1829.
OPTIMEl'KISTS AND OPTICIAN!.
WHV PAY MORE?
' A SAVING from 30 to 6u per cent
Properly I'itted glasses as .low as
. Sl.&u. 4ftiti ifatinfied customers.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Chaa, W. Oood
man, optometrist. 2Ui Morrison. Main 214.
a. W RILEY,
Fainter and Decorator,
PATENTS that protect and par. advice and
books free; highest references, best re
sults, promptneti. assured; send sketch or
model for search. Watson U. Coleman,
patent lawyer. F at.. Washington. D. C.
fL G. WRIGHT 22 years" experience. V. B.
and foreign patente. tiOl Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. 806 Broadway bldg.
Rheumatism, female disorders, skin trou
bles, stomach. liver, kidneys. bowels,
throat, goitre, scalp, high blood pressure.
DR. FLORA A. BROWN, goitre and diseases
oi women. 7UU feJ. .Burnaiue. cor, zutn st.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES at wholesale prioea.
btark-Davia Co., 212 Hd St. Main ivi.
MRS. FLECK'S ACADEMY Social and
stage dancing, private instruction; claases
ion.. -inurs.. 9 to 1U. xu 2a St., bet.
Wash and Stark. Main 2100.
E. 13. BIRKENBEUEL, 503 Oregonian bldg.
aiitm ow nes., oeuwooa UVL.
FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT.
L. A. WALKER ELECTRICAL WORKS,
413 Burnside. Broadway 6674.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Dr. F. F. Casseday. specialist; glasses fitted.
709 E. Burnside. cor. 20th. B 1393. E. 4731.
FLUFF RCGS AND HAG RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARFETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axminster rag
rues, all sizes; mail order prompt; booklet.
GWZ Ku&r. Steam or Xry Clt-uned. al.25
CA8m CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
WESTERN FLUFF BUG CO.,
84-56 Union Ave. N. East G016, B 1475.
FLUFF HUG AND SAG HUG FACTORY.
NORTHWEST RUG CO.. established 1903.
r luff rues and rae rues woven, all RiyM
East 8th and Taylor. East 35S0, B 12t0.
ROTTED cow and horse manure. East 181.
KEYSTONE PRESS J. E. Gantenbeln. Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 109 to ront su,
corner Stark. Main or A 1418. -
THE IVY PRESS.
3S2 Stark St.
Broadway 403, A 408S.
UflfjIfVlli F. W. BALTES & COMPANY.
rnini iiHU tand Oaksts. Main ldj, A 1165
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES. 404 Wilcox bldg.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists; storage, packing, ship
ping and moving, horse and auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine Sta. Broadway 596. A 1906.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 Gllsan St.,
corner 13th. Telephone Broadway 1281 or
A 1169. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks.
Lowest Insurance rates In the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK & WAREHOUSE, Of
fice 169 Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7691.
CUT freight rates to all points on household
goods. Aianning nareiiwuae at i i
Co.. 9th and Hoyt. Broadway 703.
PACKING, MOVING. STORAGE.
6ECUR1TY STORAGE & TRANSi'ER CO..
105 Park St. Main 6195. A 105L
4-FT. SLABWOOD, partly dry, 94 a cord.
for Summer delivery. Aauress auhuuiu
Fuel Co., East 2041.
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. block wood.
Panama uel w n,aat 2. x zoo.
WHOLESALERS AND 1V1ANUFACTURERS
A TTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
f ITTTrt Tfl 11 rt
vW- 14th and Couch.'
DUBRL1LLK BUGGY TOP CO., Uth and Oak.
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
DRY GOODS NOTIONS.
L. DINKELSPIEL CO "th ff-ffS!
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHOUSEK HAT CO., 53-55 Front St.
HIDES, WOOL, CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROS.. 191 Front st.
PAINTS AND LUBRICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis sts.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. 2d and Taylor.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-66 Front su
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. U KLINE, 84-86 Front st.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG 6c FAKRELL. 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDING TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER a CO.. 12th and Davis sta.
MILLER Wall Paper &. Pv. Co, 172 1st SU
MUtlUAa WALL fA.rt.tL CO.. 23U 2d St.
NERTON In this city, at 1445 East Gllsan
street, April 6. 1918, John T. Nerton, aged
52 years, 4 months, 8 days, beloved hus
band of Mrs. Mabel Nerton, brother of
Thomas Nerton, Mrs. Rose Wintler, Mrs.
Cebille Barns, all of California; Mrs. Dan
Jiggers, Mrs. Barnett Carter, Mrs. Nell
" Streetor, all of Portland; Bob Nerton, of
Vancouver-. Wash.; Mrs. Mary Blair, of
Bill Plane. Wash.: Henry Nerton. of Or
chards, Wash. The body remains at the
new residential funeral parlors of W. J
Hamilton, East 79th and Gllsan. Funeral
KIEHLE In this city at his late residence.
226 East Fifty-eighth street. April o,
David Litchard Kiehle. aged 81 years, hus
band of Mrs. Mary Glllman Kiehle, father
of Mrs. J. C. Elliott King. Dr. V. A.
Kiehle. Miss Florence Kiehle. of this city,
and Mrs. Carl W. Scovell, of Cortland,
N. Y. The remains are at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley & Son.
Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of funeral
hereafter. St. Paul, Minn, and Salt Lake
Citv DHDers please copy.
SAMPSON At Hillsdale, April 5, Irfander
P. Sampson, aged ii years, oeioveu hud
t,nH r.r Kin,, r Sfl mtison. father of Ru-
fus Sampson, of Portland; George H. and
Edwin B. Sampson, of Pittsburg. Pa. Re
mains are at rioimans tuiierai viriui
Announcement of funeral later.
SHUGART In this city April 3, at his late
residence, iu layior sireei, v
Shugart. me remains bib ai. wo
riAnA .tnhH3hnipnr of J. P. Finley & Son,
Montgomery at Fifth. Notice of funeral
nmiP-UVHTV ,7n this cltv Anril 6, J. H
Dougherty, aged Ol years. -ine reuwuiiD
are at the residence establishment of J
I. Finley St Eton, aiontt,mci j
CLARKE BROS., Florists, 287 Morrison sL
Main or A ISO. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
MARTIN & FORBES CO., Florists, 854
Washington. Main 269, A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
TONSETH FLORAL CO., 285 Washington
st., bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 116L
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215, A 2121. Selling
bldg., 6th and Alder sts.
PEOPLES FLORAL SHOP. 245 Alder.
Flowers and designs. Phone Marshall 5922.
H0LMAN UNDERTAKING CO.
Third and Salmon Street.
Main 507, A 1511.
Perfect Funeral Service tor Less.
MiLLEK & TKACEY
Independent Funeral Director.
Wash u, beu iOUi & :11st. West Sle
fclain 26ltX. 1-ady Assistant. A.
MOUNT SCOTT PARS
Lowest Prices Best Service,
No expense after interment.
Prices lower than other cemeteries.
J. P. FINiET & SON,
Progressive Funeral lnrectora.
Private Lirive Women Attendants,
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main 9. A 1599.
WILSON & ROSS T.-llh
East 54. C 3160.
EBICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
12th and Morrison ets. Main 613. A $Si.
DUNNING & McENTEB, funeral directors,
Broadway and Pine street. Phone Broadway
4i0, A 405b. L.ady ati.endant.
Jf a DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLDEN RULE UNDKKTAKER8,
414 Kast Aider St. East 5J. B 2o2j.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070. .. A 6093"
BREEZE & SNOOK
lTtX L" f XT P. 11TTT C-rXT1157 Kerby
MR AND MRS. W. H. HAMILTON Fu
neral service, 1973 E. Glisan. Tabor 4313.
P. L. LERCH. East 11th and Clay slreeta
Lady attendant. East i ol. a uas.
A. R. ZELLlAt CO. Ea.'stViosI&nc-?o&H
SK.EWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, ii
and Clay. Main 4152. A 232L Lady assistant.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. 264-268 4th
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 8564. Philip
Ken & Sons for memorials.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Office, Room 153 Courthouse, Otlr bU
Phone from 8 to 5, Main 378. Home Fhone A.
2325. ISight call after office hours. Main 210.
Report ail cases of cruelty to the above ad
dress. Electric lethal chamber for email ani
mals. Horse ambulance for sick and disabled
animals at a momeafa notice. Anyone desir
ing a do s or other pet communicate with ua.
Call for all lost or strayed stock, as we look
after all Impounding-. There is no more city
pound, just Orejon Humane Society.
GOOD HOME LOC ATION. E AST FORTY
MM'H AiVIJ TAILOR.
FTL'IjIi QUARTER BLOCK) LARGE
GARAGE t IMPROVED STREETS.
BASEMENT. ATTIC A1VD THREE
Price Way Below Cost!
OWNEB LEAVING CITV.
I. G. Davidson
819 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Modern Eight - Room
Glisan St., Near N. 24tli
Very Easy Terms
Rosenblatt & Salomon,
408 Selling Bldg.
For the Business Mao
who does not require the entire services
of a bookkeeper '
An Experienced Accountant
offers you part time service. System
instaiiea. noons j-kept oj contract.
VV lo-i, Oregonian,
BEATTTIFT7L XIIVE-ROO W APART
MENT AT 7115 DAVIS STREET.
PIIOXE MAIN 2076.
TTTT7 PAY CASH FOR EQriTTES.
yy Churire No Commlanion.
Arc Located at 221 Aiejirj Hlds;.