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THE " OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. ; SATURDAY EVENING.' JULY 0. 1007.
San Francisco Office
7C9 MarketSUbet 3d & 4th
DTrTTt-WTWI JT BUB-
Oregnnlana when la Baa Francisco
ran bar their mail Mat In ear of
Tbe Journal one.
ARTHUR I FISH. RepreeeotatTve.
& TRUST CO.
T)WX On .": SATTJ1U5ATB FROM
t a. u. to i r. u. . ,
'AND ON. BATURDAT rVBNINOS
' : t FROM TO O'CLOCK. i
On Btrtntf Acewmt lBtr-.it Com-
. ' WE PAY 3PfoM PA1LY
-- Balance Of Cheek Aecounte -
' ;v. '-: ,vTr.
V'- OFFICERS: ; t ..
. J. THORBTJRN ROBS . - , President
GEORGE H. HILL Vloe-Preslelent
' T. BURKHART - .Treasurer
- - JNO, K. - AITCHISON , Secretary
, 240-244 Wathlnston Strett
'f (Corner Second) , ' .
PORTLAND, OREGON .
940,000 Will take half block in
. warehouse district. . - -
$28,500 For 8 lots in same
district, making 150 feet
t , on street with track guar
anteed. ' '
To the party who takes either
of the above buys we feel sure
we can sell them inside of six
months'- at TWENTY PER
CENT" advance. Come and see
us about them. . I'v-o ,
& TRUST CO,
Corner of Second and Washing-
ton Streets v-
BARGAINS W RIAL ESTATE
'45OOO50 by 100 on Grand avenue
, with -l-atory brick building. , paying
good rental. v
S25 OOO Half block on East Third
. . and Taylor.- This 4s the best buy In
the city. ' .,. ,
S7500 Modern 1-room ' residence
.within walking dlatance of bualneas
aiKtrici; Deauuiui groanaa; an eie
i - s-arrt faoma. ' 'r-
V3000 New modern 7-rOora boose on
ouarter block: furnace and electric
light; one fourth cash, balance easy
S25)H 4 acres highly Improved, with
ouae a and barn rand -
man - rrui
.within 5-cent car limit.
BTB f a BOT-mOWaT OOw
Room 111 Buchanan Bldg., Xtthk Wash.
A FEW LEFT
. 400 ............... 5-Room House
. 20O ............... S-Room House
OO :. t-Roora House
-OO 7-Room Houae
rOO 4-Room Houae
I BOO ............... 1-Room Houae
Vacant Lota .., SlOO to S400
All on Easy Terms.
f Seo M. 8. BROWN
At Office Mnisvd Ava, SC. Soot
. . CatUaa. . '
First Addition to -r
Lots ?100 to $150
PAYABLE 10 PER CENT DOWN,
IS PER MONTH.
Unequalled and unobstructed view of
the riven and mountains, Tbe locat
ing of the large plant of the Colum
bia Steel Co. at Ltnnton tn addition to
the big industries already established
there, makes Linnton the business
center of the lower, west side for all
time to come. ' ,
Take Astoria 4 Columbia I a. m.
train. Union depot- Apply to C F.
Bunker, 514 Chamber ot Commerce;
M. E. Ridley, Linnton. : "
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. .
Jilary A. White to Eugene O.
ilavward, lot 1, block 1, Avalon
Oleff Akeywon and Tamson M.
Akevaon lo B. F. Tuaslns, lot
7, block 44. Pellwood
K. fl. Ward td T. J. Nawblll, lot
fn Mork 5, original townalte
of All. ina
Oak Jirk l and Co. to F. I. atd
A J. Wei.er. lot IS and
I !ck 12. "'k I'ark addition
No 2 F'. Johna
Loots anil f-o-'e Hohnateln to
trtlnm J w"iednrf, lot 4,
!. k S2, J niton's second
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Peter and Carrie Swomson to F.
a Hallock, I acres beginning
at a polo la the south bound
ery Jin 10 chains aaat of the
southwest corner of the Elliott
nDL18wVnaV' to" W." H " kxa,ih,
land boitlnnlns.at potnt on the
north line of Gllsan atreet In
city. 11 feet east of -the point
Intersection of the eaat line
of Twenty-Becond street North 1,719
X 8. McDanlel to. Kooert J. Up
ton, all of the aouth H of the
'southeast H of tbe aouthweat
; H of section S, township 1
outh, ranc I eaat, containing
10 acree more or leaa
lather M. and James P. Cooke
to Lou la M. and Everett - U.
Hlurr lot X. bloi-k 6 Couch's
Eliza Ceae to J. N. Monteltlt, lota
, 31, is, 14, 1ft and ll. block 1,
Oakdala addition :..
Charlea J. Holawarth to Louts
Kruettner, land beginning on
east boundary line of the Port
land and Mllwsukle macadam
road where tbe aame la inter
sected by the north Una of a
tract of land described In a
deed from Jamea Terwllllger
and wife to T. C Malone. . . . . . :
William M. Ladd et al. trustee, to
tseld jiacK,-iot l. block , lara-
dlaa Sorlnea tract .
Title Guarantee A Trust Co. to
H. L. Brers, lot . block IV,
first addition to Holladar Park
Sarah V. Hill to Evalyn C, Black,
lota 7 and a, block (. carters .
A. B. Man ley and Helen t. Man-
ley to xeota King, lot x, diock
Overlook Land ' Co. to Erik it.
Johnaon. lot 1L block 10. Over
WUllara Stevenson and Llllle M.
Stevenson to K. K. Sharon, eaat
ItH fret lots and- and the
weat IS feet of lota and ,
block J. ' Dolan'a addition to
Eaat Portland; weat 26 feet of
lot a and eaat iis reel or ioc
, i,iw j inn m
addition to East Portland.,...
Harry O. and Olive V. Henderson
to eamuei a. aiewert, oi a,
block 1. Everrreen Park......
O. W. and' Nellie Taylor to Ed
ward E. Smith, lota Ze and if.
block lKliawUiorne Avenue
Ann aanni n w and Henrv Mann-
ins; lo uwrga w. noicumu.
lota - I fand S, ' block 3I,
Chureh'a addition SO.000
William Selover to Harriet C.
Be lover, undivided M .IntertjJJ,---
In - land la LJnnton. J00
Oregon Real Estate Co. to Maria ,
K. Metachan. east y or lots a
and , block ITT, Holladay'a
Oregon Real Eatate Co. to Sarah
Meredith McClelland, west yt
-of lots C and . block ITT. Hol
lada y'a addition to Eaat Port--land
. ...... . ..... . . .
W. H. Mason et al to Mrs. Wini
fred Bard well and Charles C
Bardwell. lota 1, I. I and 4. .
block IB. Point View..
Jamea O. and Josephine E. Wal
ker to J. O. Walker Co., H .
Interest In portion of bloclj A,
Cartor'a addition '
Arleta Land Co. to Mary E. Mo-
Aiiisier, tot a, - mock , xna
Mary E. and H. C McAllister to
John B. Matthewe, lot , block
4. Ina Park
Central Truat Investment Co.
to Claude N. Ot:llvle, lot 4. '
Joseph M. Healy and Walter J.
Jiurna. trustee, to Michael
Bauman and Mary Elisabeth
Bauman. lot li, block 44, f
Waver 1 el rh Helchta addition..
Joseph B. Fletcher to Nannie J. ,
vietcner. Jot 22 and t feet on
the front end of, lot 31. block
Mary P. and Gilbert N. McAr-
tnur to John uamms, north H
of lot 7, block 4. Laurel wood..
Alvlra "flmlth et al. to John
Samma. north w of lots 5. 8, ..
block 4. town of Laurel wood
G. Howard Thompson to Frank
Lucas, lot 1, block 17. Alns
worth tract In Woodlawn. . '. . .
Merchants Savings A . Trust Co.
to J. IX Toung, lots 1. I, block
7. Seventh Street Terraces. .....
Josephine and Charlea E. Oliver
to Kilsabetn U. Zigler, weat
H of lota 1. 4. block 1, Mur
ray Hill addition to East Port-,
Josephine F. Gannon to George '
u. rteea, iota is, li. mock l, .
Miller's addition to Sell wood..
R. L. Stevens (sheriff) to Lotus
Lm Langley, block I,- went -of
eaat line of Macadam Road. .
W. H. Monnastes and Fannie A. ,
Monnaatea to C. Hansen, lot
-.j , diock 3, Mayor Gates ad
dition to East Portland
Herman Metager. trustee, et aL
to A.- W. Anundson, lots 5, 0,
' block 0, Reservoir Park. ......
Mrs. Jennie Clark to Amaa N.
Samson, lots t, 10, block 14i .
Arleta Park No. 1 1,100
George and Mary F5. 8hlel to W. .
D. and Viola Filden lot 11.
block 4. Myrtle...... i...
A. W. Smith and-Hattle C. Smith
. to Bert K. Marion, lot 14, block
11. Southern Portland..,....
Frances 8. and C H. Mayo to J.
- R. Mlnlck. lots block 69;
FOR ABSTRACT 8. TITLE INSURE
ance or mortgage loans, call on Pacific
ntie at Trust co., 104-&-S-T Falling bldg.
to real eatate from the Title
Guarantee 4s Truat Co., 140 Washington
at., cor. Id.
Small low pressure areas were noted
this morning .over British Columbia,
southeaatern Idaho, southern Arisona
and the tipper St, Lawrence valley, A
ridge of high pressure oocuDles the
Mississippi vslley and the barometer
was rlalng rapidly over. California.
Light showers occurred In extreme
northeastern Oregon, northern Arisona,
northern New Mexico, and at scattered
places In the upper lake region and In
the middle Atlantic and weat gulf states.
It was warmer In the north Pact He
states and cooler In California.
Indications are for 'unsettled weather
In this district, wKh showers tonight or
tomorrow. It wIU be cooler tomorrow
aaxatit jiear.tbe -eoaat,-
'. ' , Max. Mtn. Precln.
Abilene. Tex. ...... 0 70 .0
Baker City, Or..... 71 66 . .10
Chicago. 111. ....... 4 ..,'71 .20
Denver, Col. ....... SO Bl .0
Fresno, Cat ...... 9! 66 - .0
Los Angeles. Cal... 90 , - 61 , .0
New York, N. Y...r 91 ' 71 . .0
rilWIIlAi ft im. 1 1 t Ituu oa - ew
Portland, Or. ...... 96 . 61 .0
Roseburg. Or. . ...i 96 66 . .0
Sacramento, CaL . 71 66 .0
Salt Lake. Utah. .. . .00 66 ' ,.0
San Diego, Cal 71 ' 61 - . .0
Ban Francisco, cal. so os .
Tacema, Waah. .... 90 69 , .0
Washington. D. C... 99 74 T.
Tuma,-Arts. .......100 - 76 .0
France W. Llnde. 142Y4 First St;. 11:
C.- H. Temple, Jaontamia. e; vinrs
A. Lewis. 1. .
S. Oevurta, 091 Id st.v 22; Ida Cop-
uin. It. v . - ... -
Theodore Carlson. 141 Lownsdale et,
11; Christine Leldstrom. It.
. William Hartmaa Arleta,- Oregon, III
Mary Davia. 1
" "utsiBj V'ta-rUts W . J. 471 III I . I SBg eaa,
Waahingtoa bldg.. corner 4th and Wash
InSVt Asa astsa
.yM carda tbe best. 100 for 16,
' fe"""" ' L Co.. florlsta, for flowers of
larae Rrn. m i. - irt. m
ano norai oeaigns. - t MorHaon at.
u11 J"." tar rent, all slsea
tTnlque Tailoring Co., to Stark st
IXCKWOODJ,lnw , to Mr ,,, Mr
Jamea B. C. Lock wood, 414 UoUaday
eve, a dauahter,
JENKINS July 7. to Mr. and Mrs.
George N. Jenklna. 144 Beech at, ft
UXI-Li July 1. to Mr. and Mn. W. H.
DilL Tl E. 9th at., a son,
rx-NAHL'E July I. lo Mr. and Mra.
H. W. JJonahue, 1184 Scott street, a
8PAUR July t. to Mr. and Mra. T. X
8naur, Montavllla. a aon.
HICKS July s, to Mr. and Mra. Newton
Hicks. I6 N. 14th St., a daughter.
WACHTKR In thle city, July ZO, 10T,
Carl A. Wachter. aged 0 yeara.
BALL July 19, Merrill Ball, aged JO
yeara and IT days, 147 Halaey at.:
8HAFFEP.July "!,' Harold Frederick
Bhaffer.Vaged 1 yeara 11. months and
T daya H4 West ave.j sarcoma of liver.
MAX M. SMITH. r-LOiBT. ia itm
VlI ODPoalta Meier eV Franks. Main
JTprriNLE A SOK'iJ. ll XKD MACI-
SOI! VJ-a..a waaa.
Phon MbIH v.
tjunnino. M t;iJfiinvi, muiAUdii.
undertakers and embelmers: modern
In every detail. Sevei
4aO. iaq y i.nipiwni.
EbWARD HdLMA..1 UNUERTAKalR.
a 1I at.
EMotOCK, FUNERAL Di
rector. Eaat 11th and Umatilla. Phone
liwnml 71. Ladv aaslstant.
zii LLer-bVrnes c'o.. fLnRaL DI-
rectore. embalmera. 17 Russell. East
10R. lay aesistani. -
ERtCSON UNDERTAKING CO- AND
embalming. 40 Alder St. Main
41S.' Lady assistant. - .
RIVER VIEW SINGLE GRAVES. 110:
family lota. 10xl(. for $100, and
upwards, according to alse; the only
eematerv In Portland which perpetually
maintains. Bnd cares for. lota. For-'
Information, apply to W. R. Mackenale.
Worcester block. W, M. Ladd. president.
RriKB-. CITY SINGLE QRAVE& 110
family lota, 126 to 175. Superintend
ent at cemetery, corner of Fremont at.
and Cully road. Phone Tabor 104. For
full information anpiy iq imn r,u"Tf
(01 Commercial bi!
Phone Main im.
NOTICK OF THE SALE OF 8TATE
Lands Notice la hereby given that
the state Land Board will receive sealed
bids until 1 o'clock P.' M. on September
. 1107, for the purchase- of the follow
ing described Indemnity School, Lands,
Clatsop County; ' ' .
NWla.of SE"a of Section 111 en.
R. 6 w. v
SWlt of 8WU of Bectlon 1. rrw
of NW11 of NWU of Section 11 T 4VN.
R. 7 W. ... . ... . ..
Lot II of Section 16. Lot or ejec
tion 11. Lots 1. I, 6. 7, 10. 11. 14. 15.
16 of Section 11. Lot 1 af Section 16.
AVrUlB) W I, IV, 11. a, Aw, r, va.
tlon 29, 8E4 of BE H of Section 10 T
IM. S. I W. . .'
Crook County: . ... " : .
84 or bVs or section 10 I 10 b. n.
9 It All of Rectton 18 T 19 B. IH
E. BE1 of NWa of Section 1 T 12 a
R 10 B ....
Grant County: , '
NEa of BK1 of Section It. NEU
of NE. NH of SE14. SE4 of SEi4 of
section it 'l o o. u. ze m. -
WH of EEV. ot Bectlon 11 T I
HUE. ' .
BE a of NEia of Bectlon I. NWil ox
8W4 Of Section IT T 0 8. R. 10 E.
6W14 of BEii. BE of 8W14 of Sec
tion 11. NE C.NW, NW Of NE14
of Section llTIS. R. IT E.
8W of Ni of Section II T 11
8, R. 26 E. j - -. -
NE!4 of 8WH of Section 1, Lot 4
of Section 4. Lot 1 Of Section t T 14
8. R. 29 R
6 EH of SWU of Bectlon 26, NEU Of
NWH, NH-Of NE of Section 14. t 17
8. R. 1 E. '
NEU of Section I. NWIi ot nwh.
SE4 of NW14 of BE4, NE'A
of ew-. SEV4 of 8E4 of Section 11
TII&R.1R - ..
All of Section II T 19 & R. I K
law 1 C! IT" 1 .VlI A WWU Tl
t of Section 5 T 11 8. R. TH E.
fcwvt or BEti or section ze, bis 01
8EH of Seatlon 26. NH Of Ni Of
Section 16 T 17 8. R. 9 E.
WH of SEH of Bectlon XI. KEH OI
NWfc of Section 11. NW14 of Section
27. NE14 of N of Section iw :j : ii
S. R. 10 E. .
NWU of NSV of Section L N Of
NE4 ot Section 12 T 38 8. R, 9 E.
NEH-of tK of Section 11. BE
of NE of Bectlon 17, SWi of NW.
NV of 8WU. WH of 8E of Bectlon
14 T 11 8. R. 11 E.
Lot 1 of Section 18 T It 8. R. 14 E.
BEH of 8E54 of Section It T 19 &
R. 114 E.
SE4 of SE of Section tS X, tO 8.
R. 11 E. ..
i Lot 1 of Section t T 40 B. R. 11 EL
8E14 of BE of Section 5, NWUof
NE14 of Section It T 40 8. R. It BL
BW of NE14 of Section 10, T IT
8. R. FW. , .
Lincoln County: '
SEiiof 8Wi4 of Bectlon 17 T 11 B.
R. 10 W. . .,
Marlon County: .
EH of NWH. B of SEH of Bectlon
U. Nh.H of 8eetlon ItT t B. R. I JC
. 8H of Section 14 T t 8. R. 1 E.
Multnomah County: I
NE4 of Section 21T1N. R.6E.
Sherman County; ; 1 -
Lots 1. 1. I, 4. NH of NE U ot Sec
tion IT 1 N. R. 16 E. r
EH of SEK of Section IT T 4 S. fi
ll E. V (...-..--..
BW V4 of SW14 of Section It T 4 8.
1 . 13 . . .
Tillamook County: ...
8W54 of NEH, Lot J, 8W14 of NW14.
Lot 4 of Section t. BR of NEU. Lot
1 of Section 4. SEk of NEH.. Lot 1 ot
Section 6. EH of EH of Section 7. 8WV4
ot Section 11. NWH of NEH of Sec
tion IT, NEH of Section 11, NWH of
NWH. BH of NWH of Section 11 T I
N. R. 9 W.
Lots I and 4 ot Bectlon I I III K
t w. - r
Lots S and 4 of Seotlon 19 T 4 B. R,
10 w. , -
Union County: .
EH of SEH of Section II. SH of
Section 12. BH end BH of NH of Sec
tion 23. 8WH of Section 14. EH. SEH
of NWH. NEH of SWH of Section 26.
NH -trNH of - Section 10, - NHof
NH of Section IT. BH of 8EH of Sec
tion II, NH of SWH of Section II T
B R 96 .
SWH of Section 10. BH t NU and
BH of Section 90. BW H of SWH of
Section II T 6 B. R- 16 B.
WH of SEH. Lots I and 4 of Bec
tlon 1 T 6 8. R. II B.
NH of Bectlon 11 T I & 3. 1IH B.
Wasco County: -
Lota 6 and l. SWU of SEH of Sec
tion 1 T 1 14. R. HE. '
Wheeler County: '
NH of SEH of Section It, NWH of
NWH. NH of SWH. NEH of SEH of
Section 23. WH f NWH. NWH of
SWH. NEH of NW of Section 14,
SEH of NEH of Section III I B. R.
WW Be '
i Lot 4 of Bectlon II T I I. R. II K
IiOt 1 of Lection 1 T I I. R. II T.
NH of NWH of Section I T I 8. R.
Vh of SWH of Bectlon 11 T 9 8. R.
,58WHof NWH of Bectlon 1 T 10 a
b. Mb. :
Lots t and s, SEH of NWH. NEH
of SWH of Bectlon 4. NEH of NWH
of Section 9 T 10 8. R. 26 E.
NEH of NEH of Section II T 11 &
ta 11 V.
SWH o SWH of Section I. NWH of
NWH of Section I T 11 8. R. It B.
NWH of SWH t Section I T 11
All blda must be accompanied by a
rentier application . to purchase In ac
cordance with thai law for the sale of
school lands and" by rash or check for
mt least one-fifth of the price offered
No bid for leas than 16.09 per acre
Will be cnnsiaereo. -
. The right. to reject any and all bids
is reaerved, '.-'
Applications snd Mds should be sd
dreeaed to G. G. Brown. Clerk State
Land Board, Salem, Oregon, snd marked
"Application and bid to purchase In
demnity acnooi lanas.
t G. O. BROWN.
1 , Clerk State Land Board,
ipated thtg iti dajr ot June. 1102.
BANKRUPT NOTICE IN THE MAT
tera of J. L. Ionners Furniture Co.,
bankrupts. The unrirala:ned will re
ceive sealed bills for the sale of the
real estate, and all machinery belonging
to aald estate, and now located upon the
premises In Rellwood, subject to the
prior Jien oi ine uregon rruet and Hav
ings bang, and the j. al. Arthur-Co., and
J. A. Martin, upon certain portions of
aald machinery, and one motor and fix-
eral Elect rlo Co. All of aald property
will be Bold in one parcel. Hide will be
received by the uniieralrned at Th
Oregon Truat and Savings baic, on or
berore rnuar. July is, iut. at 10 a. m.
Hide shall coutaln certified check for tea
ier cent of amount of bid and tne right
a reserved to re tec t any and all bida.
Inventory will be furnished upon ap
w. i. raimer, Trustee. ; ueaL
Portland. Oregon. July 11. 107,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
Ina The annual meetlna of the stock
holders' of the Coeur d'Alene Develop
ment company, for the election of a
board of directors tor the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of auch other
bualneas as may regularly come before
them, will be held at the office of the
company, rooms 601 to 604 Chamber of
Commerce building, Portland. Oregon, on
August 6, 1107. at 10 oclorK a. m,
GEORGE F HOLMAN.
Secretary Coeur d'Alene .Development
Portland frwnn Tulv 11. 10f
PROPOSALS SEALED PROPOSALS
' will be received at the office or J.
H. Acker-man, state bldg.. Bo I em, ur.
until 2 o'clock d. m.. on the 1st day o
August," 1907, and then opened, for the
construction (except heating, which will
be let separate) of the Mechanic Arte
School building, at CorvalHa, Or., In
accordance with the drawings and speci
fications, copies of which may. be had
st the office of J. H. Acker man, Balem,
or,' ornce or E. e. wimon, corvaius.
Or., and at the office of the architects.
Bennea, Hendricks eV Tobey, IT . Labhe
bldg., Portland, Or. Governor O. E.
Chamberlain, chairman: J. H. Ackerman,
.Waiter M. Pierce. Building Committee,
WTJ. Kerr, president O. A. C. .
ALBINA LODGE, NO. 10, A.
K. Be A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Saturday) evening,
8 o'clock. In hall of Oregon
commandery, Third and Alder
eta. Vlaltlng brethren cordially
Invited.: By order W. M.'
- . A. J. HAN PLAN, Hep.
U. W. A. EVERGREEN CAMP. 6.444
meets Wednesday evening, Allsky
bldg.. Id and Morrison sts.
U. W. Jw OREGON GRAPE CAMP NO.
6.976. Mondays. 17th and Marshall,
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Covenant Contract Co. 427 Flladner
bldg. Main 1891.
RE-SHINGLE. OR REPAIR YOUR
roof while the sun shlnea. Brown A
Hoffman, practical khlnglers; first class
references. Brown. Tel. Main 9441, Rea.
211 10th st; Hoffman, Tel East 1601,
nes. out AiDina ave.
L. CJ HENRICHSEN CO.,' JEWELERS,
and opticians. 184 Washington st
SKELLt CO.. 14tH Atib fLAN'dekS;
flour, feed, hay, grain. Phones A-1611,
WE DO PLATING, OTttbttt'SQ Ab
polishing; also wire work, light manu
facturing and store fixtures. Utility
Manufacturing ft Plating company, tel
ephones Eaat 895; Home B-1896. 151
BICYCLE REPAIRING AND LOCK-
smlthing: work guaranteed. 107-fitark
M. Shaw A Wyatt. .
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR
mattresses renovated and returned
same day: 228 Front st Main 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory. H. Meta
FOUND IN STEPHENS' ADDITION,
purse containing money.
m. tn st.
Lost Friday afternoon, be-
tween U car terminus and Kerby st
green handbag, containing 86 and 14 sil
ver, small watch, foreign .P. O. and
bankbook. . Finder keep sliver .and re
turn to Journal office.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED A PERMANENT REPRK-
sentative who has met with success
as a salesman to represent large -corporation
tn this territory; man who has
sold real estate or Insurance preferred,
but not essential; to the one qualifying
we will pay good salary and commis
sion. Address, stating cast cxoerlence.
or call 206-207-208 Couch bldg.
BAKER TO BAKE AMERICAN BREAD.
Apply 118 10th at., corner Gllsan,
BOY WANTED TO WORK IN OUR
greenhouses. . Clarke Bros., 281 Mor
WANTED EXPERIENCED 8OLICI-
tor, at the East Portland Cleaning tt
Dye worm. 148 orana ave., city.
WANTED COUCH AND LOUNGIC
makers. 66 Front, corner Davis.
WANTED A MALE STENOGRAPHER
and assistant bookkeeper, one raised
on a farm or familiar with Implements;
must be neat and willing to start with
reasonable sa1ary. j Apply $21 Haw
thorne ave., Sunday between 11 aod I
p. m. '
about 18: must SDeak German,
722 Division et.
MEN AND - BOYS WANTED TO
learn plumbing, plastering, bricklay
ing; also sheet metal pattern draught
ing; positions secured; day and night
classes; free catalogue; visitors wel
come. Coyne Trade schools. San Fran
cisco and New York.
ASSISTANT CASHIER. WHOLESALE
houae: state- aae. experience, refer
ences, salary expected. Addreas W-422,
Journal., ; - ' '
good soLiciTORs1 WanteS For"
money making proposition; no capital
required, 141 rroni st.
LEARN A GOOD BUSINESS WANT-
ed at once, a reliable boy; good oppor
tnnlty. Paclflo - Coast Stamp . Works,
14 Alder st.
WANTED HEAVY TEAMS TO DRAW
cordwood. Portland Wood 4t Coal Co
llth and Savler. Main 4875.
MEN OF ABILITY TO SELL STOCK
In first-class proposition. Big money
to bustlers. 226 Lumber Exchange bldg.
SALESMAN WANTS POSITION Ex
perienced In furniture, boots snd
shoes: can sell anything. , Address
0-4 2 7, Journal. -
T O insured Insertion under proper; classification j
on the Want Pages of the big Sunday issue of
t ...n. ,- ,
advertisements should be presented at the business
' office before -: - -; :r- -
9 o'Clock Saturday Evening
Office open until 10 :2& Saturday evening
: Phone your ad if you cannot bring it to the office.
Phones; Main 7173. A1510.
AMMkeasamW d. as.
HELP WANTED MALE
riRKMEN ANO RR1 KflMEN ON
railroads In Portland vicinity, to fill
vacancies caused by promotions. Ex
perience unnecessary. 8tate age height,
weight .I'lremen. 11 AO ninthly. 1 be
come englneera and earn liiOO. Brake-
men. 176.-become conductors, earn 1160,
Name position preferred. Railway as
sociation, care Oreron journal.
WA NTED bALKSMENfTdANY MAKE-
1100 to 1160 per month; some even
more; stock clean, grown, on reserva
tion, far from old orchards; caan ad
vanced weekly; choice of territory. Ad
dress Washington Nursery Co.. Top-
pen 1 an. Washington.
We get work for our memuejis
special members. 42.
Y. M. C A.. 4th
snd Yamhill eta.
' II N. SIXTH BT.. PORTLAND. OR.
Free employment to all: boarders rates
11.60 per week; room. I So and up: spe
cial monthly rates given. Anderson,
WANTED C6t;cil AD LOtWGE-
meker. 66 Front, cor. Davla.
ONE MARBLE POLISHER AND ONE
all around marble and granite cutter
wanted at once. Apply to Jf. it. wane.
The Dalles, Or.
FlRST-CLASS HARNESS MAKERS;
steady employment The P. J. Cronln
R A I LWAY MAIL CLERKS FOR ORB
gon. Opportunities to advance. Ex
amination August 6. Let us qualify you.
Good salary to start Call or write Pa
cific Statca Schools. McKay bldg.
WE PAY SICK AND ACCIDEN1H
beneflta for II snd 61.60 per monfh.
Agents wanted,. Paclflo Aid Associa
tion, 224 Lumber Exchlnge, Portland.
SEVERAL YQUNG MEN IMMEDIATE
ly to prepare for U. 8- railway mall
clerks; salary tev start about 170 per
month: apodal examination August I.
Weat Coast Schools, US OregonlSu bldg.;
open evepinga. . m
INBPiJCTORS FOR U. a IMMIGRA
tlon refvlce:- salary 1100 per month;
Join our class Immediately; appllcatlonn
must be filed quicks- see us today. West
Coast Correspondence schools, llt-Ore-
gonlap Ding.; open evening.
caahlera, clerks. Registration bureau.
101 Allaky bldg. ;
WANTED BOY; GOOD CHANCE TO
ieara bualneas or trade. 66 Front,
corner Davis.-. "
PRESSER rT5N; PANTfi"; MUST BE
aood. ateady. 107 Commonwealth bldg.
CABINETMAKER AND BOT WANTED
106 N. litn. . ,
WANTED STEADY RELIABLE BOYS
llvlnv with Barents, between the ages
of 17 and 10. to learn "tnolders" trade-
Must have first-class reterences. Ap
ply Willamette Iron and Steel Works
Foundry. frd and York sts.
Wanted outside man for real
eatate and business . chance office.
good pay. references, etcInqulre .jjf.tt.1.
Morrison St., room a.
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR SHIP
Dins: clerk: one who has some experi
ence In- paper cutting; preferred.': Apply
Liovejoy a I'incoin, oooaainaera, ia
WANTED FIRST-CLASS v 8TICKER-
men on moiaing macninea; no oiners
need apply. Address, The Wheeler, Us
good Co., Tacoma, Washington.
WANTED A BOYVHO W'ANTfJTO
learn a good trade. Graves at McK.lt-
ben. printers, 66 H 1st st
WANTED EXPERIENCED SOLICI-
tor to solicit clothes to be dved and
cleaned, at Efist Portland Cleaning 4k
Dye Works. 19 Grand ave.
WANTED A MAN WHO CAN MANU-
facture tamalea. enchlladea and all
Spanish dishes; good opportunity for a
good, steady man.-' Apply- Tumwater,
PHYSICIAN WANTED: GOOD RELIA-
ble man. licensed in Oregon, for office
work; good salary; position permanent
TEAMS WANTED; WAGONS AND
barn furnished. 14 pf. Second et
Wanted two heavy teams for
city: wagon work. 16 day: 60 harvest
hands for-eastern Oregon, 42.60 to 46
day. Acme Employment 84 N Id st -
PHYSICIAN WANTED: GOOD MAN,
. licensed in Washington.' for office
work; good salary to reliable man.
WANTED FIRST-CLAS8 SALESMEN
to sell a hlKh-clasa proposition; lib
eral compensation. 109 Buchanan bldg.
WANTED UPHOLSTERER AND
couch maker: steady work. 61 Front
WANTED TWO HELPERS IN HARD
candy department: experienced pre
ferred.' Modern Confectionery Co., Iith
and Hoyt sts.
WANTED 8f A Vtt " BOLY CuYTERfl.
11.60 per cord. Apply 104 Stearns
niog.. rorrinna. ur.
WANTED EXPERIENCED ' SOLICI-
tor to solicit Clothes to be dyed and
cleaned at East Portland Cleaning 4k
Dys Works, 148 Grand sve.
MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS MAKING
rubber stamps; steady Job. 6s.th st
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED FIR8T-CLA 88 AND Ex
perienced candy helpers, chocolate
and Don bon 'dippers; no others need
spply. Steady work and good wages
Tor competent woraers. j, siatsoneK,
Candv Co.. 170 1st st.
GIRL8 WANTED GOOD- CAPABLE
girls,' willing to work; good wages,
steady employment Portland Paper
Box Co.. 208 Qnk st '
WANTED GIRLS H YEARS AND
ever to- operate power - aewlngv ja-
Chines; good wages. Apply at once
Ames. Harris Co., ttn ana Davis sts.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL IN
confectionery store. 131 .Washington,
The Bon Boniere.
IT-H COOL AND PLEAflANT aT &tV
side, and the Seaside laundry needs
markers, mangle girls, Ironere. - phone
Fast 10. '- I . - "
b3IRL TO ASSIST WITH
Apply 111 Ith
St.. corner Clay.
WANTED CHECK CLERK; SMALL
salary to start. J ones book store, xi
GOOD GIRLj FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. 128 14th st, be
tween Waahlngton ana Aiaer,
W ANTED EXPE RI ENCED STEN-
ographers; no other need apply. Room
20T Couch bldg. -
TWO GIRLS. WAttREHS AND SEC-
ond girl, tne aiariyn. bob Tvaanmaujn,
ARTISTIC GIRLS FOR DRAWING,
burning, painting, lettering work. D.
M. Averlll At Co.. 101 6th at N. . r
HELP WANTED FEMALE
wantfd young t.adif8
to i.karn telephone op-f.rating:-
short hours, pat whilh
srcnvKo free of chargh
AND LOUNGING AND REST
HOOMS IN CONNECTION. AP-'
PLY CHIEF OPERATOR, TEL
EPHONE HI. DO.. WEST PARK
AND ALDttH KTS.
wantkd g!rL To' ".earn To be
mattress ticks, power macblnea. 66
"o . cr. I'avis.
RAN S KrT'S LAblES' AGENCY: 14tU
waahlngton st.. corner Seventh, up-
, "'. aaain. iyz. remaie Beip
GIRLS WANtED-OPERAfORS- V6
wura on snirts ana overalls. Lessons
given to Inexperienced. Apply at Stand,
ard factory No. 2. Grand ave. and Eaat
Taylor at. .
WANTED A kfbbLK-AGEb WOMAfJ.
German or Polish, to do the cooking
for a few men; good place. Call at 232
in. 1 fin st.
GIRLS' WANTED APPLY STANDARD
factory No. . Grand ave, and Eaat
WANTEEV SHIRT FINISHERS AND
folders, starch work laonera, flannel
Ironera; nice new plant, eool and airy;
f ood watrea and steady work. Eaat Bide
.sundry, Eaat Aab snd tth. Phone Eaat
lNDEPENbtNt LAUKbRf COWlfANlf
wants good help.
WAN.TED GlRLS tO MaKI ' tit
Well shirts and Boss of All overalls
at 76 1st st.
MATURE WOMAN AS ASSISTANT TO
take management Bept. 1. Apply at
onoa. Address A.-4 ix, journal,
EXPERIENCED GLOVE, HOSIERY
anit umbrella aalealadles. Permanent
noaltlons, good salaries. Lennon'B, 109
WANTED LADY TEACHERS. APPLY
irom e to s:au p. :n.. m na m mi
STENOGRAPHERS, - BOOKKEEPERS,
cashiers, clerks. Regtstrstlon bureau.
109 Allsky bldg.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR
eral housework, small family; wages
130. Phone 1909. Call mornings. x
WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
llvht housework and Keln care for
children; no washing. Phone East 1570.
WANTED ONE NECKBAND IRONER
and oner-collar girf
WANTED WAITRESS AND . CHAM-
' bermald; good wages ateaay piece,
with room and board. Phone Paclflo
.MALE AND.FE.LiLE HELP.
STENOGRAPHERS. BOTH MALTO AND
female.. good positions open witn Desi
firms; no charge, -. Underwood Type
writer Co.. 69 6th st -
HELP WANTED AND SUPPLIED,
male or female. R. O.' Drake. 105 H
Washlngton-et. Pacific 1170.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE-
YOUNG MAN 14 YEARS OF AGE,,
Uvd anil eneraetln. with rood educa
tion and excellent habits, and at present
employed, wishes to make a connection
with some reputable bualneas firm; has
had 0 years of first-class business ex
perience, having- solicited, collected,
acted aa office clerk and Bold goods on
the road; can furnish excellent refer
ences. Address B-41a. Journal.
A THOROUGH ACCOUNTANT WOULD
like position with some enterprising
mercantile firm. Capable of taking full
ctiarge or office or credit -department;
best references. E-426, Journal.
WANTED SITUATION BY 'SOBER,
reliable engineer. Address c. w. pox
11. city. -
YOUNG MAN. ..EXPERIENCED IN
real estate; good practical ability, a
hustler; will do anything which. offers
advancement; work cheap to start Ad-
d reus H-426. Journal. ' '
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
STENOGRAPHER DESIRES A Posi
tion for exoerlence: small wares with
chance of advancement; will leave town.
Address G-426. Journal.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRL WANTS OFFICE
work during vaqatlon. Z-417. Journal.
A, GERMAN LADY WAN'
per four. Inqulr
een'Ash snd Pln
won at o oenia per
10 E. 29th st, between
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICB
" FOR MEN. - -
. 80 N. Id st Phone Msln 1520.
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT OFFlda
206H Morrison St.... Phone Paclflo 119
17 n! 2d st i... Phone Pacific 1900
RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT CO.
Logglng ramp and farm help a spe-
rialty. 20 N. td st Phone Main 5190.
We pay all telegraph charges. -
ACME EMPLOYMENT CO- FARM-
ers' and loggers' hel a specialty. 84
N. 2nd st, 29 H N. bd st, 1U. Davis
st Phone Main 6487. .
' WANTED AGENTS
WANTED 'A HIGH-CLASS NURSERY
salesman for Rogue River country;
also Klamath Fails country; exclusive
acencv riven: hlshest commission paid.
outfit furnished free; must start at
once. Addreas with-reference. -Oregon
Nursery company, Balem. or.
AGENTS WANTED CAN YOU SELL
goods T If so ws need you: complete
outfit free; cash weekly. Writ for
choice of territory. Capital City Nur
sery company. Salem. Or.
SOMETHING NEW IN HIGH-GRADE
perfumes: price very low; supply
limited. R. M. Glummer, at drug store,
10 FlRST-CLASd MEN" T6 BC-LlClf
health and scoldent Insurance, Apply
109 Sherlock bldg.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES, COT
taxes, flats, stores, offices, rooming-
"houses, ste, Lan
adlords will do well to
Phone Fix. 71. 8.- K. Cor. td end Oak.
WANTED HOUSES. 5 TO 10 ROOMST
have parties waiting. Commonwealth
Trust Co.. 6th and Ankeny; phones- Main
WANTED A SMALL STORE OR HALF
store, centrally : located, i Addreas
MR- WANT MONEY, IF YOU WANT
100 men to sell your property to their
friends, list tt wit'.) me; new plan. M.
D. Howae. 6 6th St. Main 6188.
WANTKD-UUSINESS INCOME PROP
erty, paying reasonable Interest; must
be strictly hlghlass safe investment,
for cash; not to exceed 640,000. Owners
only. Address N-427. Journal.
WANTED ABOUT t ACRES. GIVE
price ana particulars. Ji-4 2r; journ si.
WANTK1J CHEAP LOT IN PIED-
monl, or f-rnom cottage ana mt nose
to cnrllne. Address M-42T. Journal.
ANTED NEAT 6-ROOM7HOU8E
with basement, east ot 20th st -and
between Stark - st and Bandy - road.
Phone Main 6700.
WE HAVtoBUfERS FOR residkncm
property. If you want to sell call
and see us. Alexander Land Co., 63 H
Ith st. near Pine.-
Look HF.RE GENTLEMEN! LIST
your property with the- Draughn
Realty Co they will sell for you. 106
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS J
WK HAUL DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle free.1' Oregon Fertiliser Works, or
notify Csmey-s Veterinary, 4th and
Gllsan sts. Main 1984. , ,
WXNTED" BY ACtTVB CORPORA
tlon, a meritorious mining property In
southern or eastern Oregon; will nego
tiate with owners only: o agents. Ad
ults P. O. box 359, Portland, Or. ' ' j
CASH FOlt HOUSEHOLD COOPS. BAV
sae A PennelL 3i6-lJ 1st st Phone
WE PAY MORE FOR FURNITURES.
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOM a
Ma U $ tKeV. Ill lat at . 1 ej
IF YOU W A NT TO SELL. SEE
, Dm.viiu .Mil. . .mt J u,. ,.i pri
Said for second-hand roods. 247 J .u.
ers. Phone Main 16 18. ,
UIOHGEST PRICKS PAIDFOR ALL"
kinds of second-hend goods. Union,
Exchange. 142 Front at. Psclflo 143 1.
DEFORMITY APPLIANCES MAIE Td
order. - K. E. Karlson A Co., 661 An-
keny St.. Main 26 0;
WANTED FURNITURE ANDHOUSFS
hold goods of every description
bought, ' suld and exchanged. The 1. '
282 1st Main 6174. Home A-281T
goods and guarantee best prices. Call,
rhone or write, a J. A L. Rubenateln,
75 Front st, . opposite National hotel.
Pacific 1401. 1 '
WANTED A FURNITURE WAG6TI
of I or 4 tons capacity; also team and
narneas. Aaqress tn-joumai.
Before"" selling ' yOur Ft'TA-
nlture, etc, phpne East 1067 and save
money , . 4 j
FURNISHED ROOMS FOn RENT.
THE COLLING B NICELY FURNI8H
ed rooms, hot water in every room,
free phone and bath, 4160 to 15 per
weea; no ennnren. xzi 4tn. cor, ciay.
THE RICHELIEU. 43 H N. 6TH SfT
F.Legantlyfurnlshed; steam heat and)
baths. 1 - -
THE GRAND. 45H N. ID ST. ROOMS.
for gentlemen. 11.26 per week and up.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED IgOOMS
and home cooking. 116 llth etT7tkr.no
NICE FRQNf R60Kf,' FREE PlibNwV. '
and bath. 188 . Park at ' V
----- , ..w... ... .... X i Il.lkOMD.il
rooms on ground floor. ; 809 Alder,
ALCOVE ROOM SUITABLE FOR 1, I ; ,
or-4 parties; phone and bath. 169
Park st. - - - . . - ,.
suite of r66mj( 6W tiRflf fLooRC
completely . furnished: gas range,
laundry - central. 140 N. ltth. J phone
Main 5171. - ' '
FURNISHEb R66W W PRfv-Atd
fj mil v n a AffKsst rAnmers 4sa IVia kAi..
427 8d si " - " r""" i.t
FOR RENT1 NlCftLT FtJkNlferfftfl
suite to reaponsioie parties. -lit a,
month. AdTlress B-42T Journal.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARb"
modern, - Rates reasonable. - 111 Jef
ferson. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR EeTTtT,
clean and cool. Apply lit Id. .
FURNISHED ROOM "FOR GENTLE -
man only, private family. 661 E. list B,
NlCELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
TO RENT ROOMS: ' LARGE. 6&&12
and airy, modern; prtoes very reaaon-i
able; close In. 168 llth, cor. Morrison.;
ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE- COLONIAL, -
Corner 10th and Morrison, I blocks westi
of Portland hotel First-clase rooms'''
and board; rates reasonable; transient1
ana in Die ooara accommooatea.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNTSHEE?!
- rooms, with good board, at The Hart!
man. 2S Aider et.
B6SEDALH SELECT" PRIVaTHt
boarding-house; large grounds; a few!
rooms at present. 601 Madison, oomea
B6ARb ANb ROOa FOB 6NB; Pr!-
veto family,, east aide. Automatla
phone B-1T19. '
FOR REXT HOUSEKEEPING,
TWO OR MORB LARGE, WELL FTJIU
nished housekeeping rooms, front of
cotage, on ground floor, with porch and
yard; west side of river, near fine
shadv arove. . AddIv 161 North 16th.
Willamete Heights carf to 16th, turn;
south half block.
ii.it weeiC up Clean". FfRNTSHtrJ
housekeeping-rooms, parlor, batb
laundry, furnace heat. yard. , 102 H Sun-
ton st U ear. - - : :
THE MITCHELL HOUSEkEEPWtf
anil transient nAmL reaaanahla. Ythl .
ana j tanners sts.
$1.60 WEEK UP LARGE, CLEAM
furnished bousekeeplng-rooma. laun
dry and bath. 186 Sherman st, south.
rooms. 658 Wllllsms ave. ,
Lowest rates, electric lights,
pnone inoiuaeq. um water at.
I EN SUITE HOUSEKEEPING ROOM3j'
I3per week; phone, bath, free wood,;
joy n. uax.
ROOMS-NlCiEty WAKfaHAD g6R'
light house keeping, ill w. wg
SUITE ON FIRST FLOOR COMPLETE-1"
ly furnished; gaa range, laundry) cen'
trat. 14 N. itn. fnone Mam tin,
4 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING!
rooms and bathroom 18. . 640 B.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING) .
rooms, 448 6th st ' v
i Unfurnished H6ufiEKfiiPl(li .
rooms. 660 Couch st '-
FOR KENT HOUSES
FOR RENT COTTAGES CORNER lTth
- and Gllsan and 561 Gllsan, between '
16th and 17th sts. Mag Smith, the Sa
voy restaurant. 149 7th; Home A-4241.
VAN HORN TRANSFER FURNITURla
' and pianos moved, stored or shipped.
I'lwnii Mam ima.
WE RENT AND BELL PIANO& SHEA-
man. Clsy 4k Co.
i-ROOM HOUSE; BATH. GAS, FUni
nace; 895. 610 4tli. Inquire 608 4th.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, SIX BLOC
to postofflce; very low rent Call
908. 7th at.
7-ROOM HOUSE: BATH, OAS, ,FlJrU
nace; 136. lie itn st - inquire iue
modern fiVe-r66m; AviLLIAm3
ave.; 7 -room in Beuwood.' Phone own
er, Bell wood 424.
MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH I
lots. 974 Height st. Upper Albino,
HOUSE FOR RENT BEAUTIFUL
9-room ' home, near Hawthorns and
24th st Keystone Realty Co., Ill
JrROOM HOUSE IN ECELLENtC6iiir
dltlon, 120.. 878. Madison BU.-Key.-premlrew.
" j ""e-
FOR RENT FLATS
6-ROOM FLAT, 174 MARGIN ST.. OW
river bank, near Steel bridge. Phone
FOR RENT "iuLV U, BEAUTIFUL 6-i"
. room apartments, 12th and Columbia;
heat water, telephone, gas ranges free.
Nichols Investment Co.. 108 Dekum.
Phone Main 100.
j FURNISHED HOUSES.
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM . HOUSE!
- eomfortahly furnished; reasonable; no
.. 1 1 1. 1 1 mnm t .
.'linn .:iniiiiril. oS VlSy,
FOR RENT 6-ROOM HOUbB. fARf-
ly lurnisnea: nice garden. l m. ivia
TO LET TO FAMILIES WITHOUT?
children. B-rnom i.nit. furnished: '
v.. n-"" vir enop.
bath, gns lighted, wood, coal and gas-.
rnngo; ror rent for I months, 1'nons
East 402i. 416 Golna st. cor Ith. ln-
qulre before Tuesday.
HOUSES FOB RENT FURNITURE
i . . FOR SALE -
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE OF MOD
em 6-room flat; best location lr. city I
half block from Morrison St.; ti00, a
bargain: rent 810.
: W. J.Day & Co.,
x mark et.
FURNITURE OF A MODERN ll-ROOM
nouae tor sale. 1H w. Park St.
ALL OR PART FURNITURE OF, 9
room nouev, cneap. sin r.verett si-
rnt lis - K, A. Baals, Phones Main v
FOR RENT STORES-OFFICES.
A NICE OFFICE SUITE FOR RF5NT.
Madison bldg., td and Madison sis.