The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, September 28, 1907, Page 10, Image 10

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVErTlNG. SEPTEMBER 28, 1007.
10
San Francisco Office
Oregon Journal
78? MarkctSt, bet 3d & 4th
APTTWTTgEslfJaTTW A Wt MVM'
fcCJULTXlOXS BOITX9.
Ores-onlans when In San Francisco
run have their mall Nat la ear
tne Journal office.
arthur L. fish. Representative.
NEW TODAT.
SAVINGS BANK
TITLE GUARANTEE
& TRUST CO.
1 . OPEN ON SATURDAYS FROM
A. M. TO I P. M. .
AND OK SATTJRDAT EVENINGS
: FROM i TO t ffOOCK.
VE PAY
INTEREST
On Savings Account, Interest Com
, pounded Seml-Annually.
WEJAY 2 1DAILY
r " Balances of Check Account
. - OFFICERS: ""
X THORBURN ROSS - President
GEORGES H. HILL. - Vice-President
T. T. BUR KH ART ' Treasurer
JNO. B. AITCHISON - - Beoretary
'240-244 Wathlnston Street
"; - -, (Cornar Second)
PORTLAND, OREGON
Save That Rent
And Buy a Lot For
$85
tOO Z.OTS 600
Rail wayr Add; MontavlIIa
BENTFARB
;':.: BAST TUX
?!0 Down, $5 per Month
Come out and these lots. Take
Montavllla car. Get off at Hibbard St..
corner of Villa, or caU at office. Agent
at tract every day.
Lambert -Whilmer Co.
meal X state Department.
SOT Sherlock Building, Oone Third and
- , Oak Streets. ,;" "
Siumycide:
S2.000 Good - I -room ; cottage, bath
. gas, good location, $660 cash, balance
'120 per month.
2.20O New i-room : eottaga, bath,
gas, fuU baawment, splendid location.
2.30O New. i-room cottage, gas,
bath, basement, cement walks, fine lo
. cation.
2-50O New t-room c-ottage, modern,
IsOO cash, balance 120 per month.
S2.150 New -room houee, lot 80
100. nice lawn, 1760 caah, balance tliO
annually; . per cent interest.
S2.650 New (-room house, gas. bath
basement, furnace, nice barnl lot
0x100, A-l location. ,
3.O0O New -room house, modern,
fine location, lot tOxlOO.
S3.2RO New (-room house, modern,
. corner lot 61 1-1x100; splendid loca
tion; a bargain. .
83.6KO Splendid new 4 -room house,
modern, well built, nice location.
A few facts worth remembering
that Bunnyslde is one of the finest
located suburbs In Portland; on car
line, running directly through center
of the city; only 11 minutes' ride from
Third street; 5-minute car service; nice
liomes: splendid school.. I have a large
list of improved and unimproved prop
erty that I should bo pleased to ahow
C.T.
Oov. Xaet S7tb aad Belxaoat.
rhoaa aaat 4400.
BEAUTIFUL IRVINGTON
The most exclusive! close-In residence
district In city. Special Inducements to
builders of choios homes. Lots 10x100.
$900.00
IRVINGTON INVESTMENT
; COMPANY
. . OOK SS, HJOCTXTOW sto.
Douse and Lot lor $66
We will give an absolute title to a lot
: t0il6 feel, with a 7-room houee there
on, which today cannot be duplicated
for lei.a then 11,250, and with the lot as
It now stands the property ts easily
worth 11. boo. The property Is located
on the West PMe, In Portland proper, on
the Oregon Klectrle Railway line, and Is
one of the choicest nieces on Capitol
, ,1. Call at the office to Inquire about
t-i-; do not write, aa we shall not an
er correspondence.
Saling
Classy Snllh
in rclr Ulf Xairt aad SUxk 9X0.
NEW TODAT.
w
M; IL SCCUIZE
502 SWETLAND BUILDING
All kinds of timber lands bought
knd sold.. I have a few timber
claims left, also a few homesteads.
My prtce for locating is $20Q. Call
and see me before it. is-too late.
I have on hand at the present
time ..five good relinquishments
- r for timber claims. v
409 Washington Strcit
' 25 ROOMS, ' '
All newly furnished, "
$2,500
Half cash. Best location in city
for rooming-house. ' TERMS.
Wm. H. Schulze
502 SWETLAND BUILDING ,
5-ACRE TRACT
Right in the city where lots sell
from $600 to $1,000 apiece. This
tract can be bought if taken at
once for $15,000, half cash, bal
ance terms. '-''.:'-'
l. ll. SCHULZE
502 SWETLAND BUILDING
Save That Rent
AND BUT A 'LOT FOR
$550 $55 Down, $10
Per Month ,
ONLT lit LOTS LEFT IN
Come out and see these lots. Take
Rose City Park car and get off at O.
R. a N, crosaing and Sandy road and
se the man In the office. - . '
Thompson & Ogden
S4S BUsslsslppi Ave. Fhona Woodlawn
.5 aos.
Paying Investment
$3,500 A store . building with
- 5 rooms above, also a 10-room
dwelling," botH on a full lot, on
carline; paying in rent over 10
per cent net. ".
$0,500 A' store building with
-room flat . above, also i new
. -modern 5-room cottage and
good barn, all on a fine acre of
ground in cultivation, on car
line; paying 9 per cent net.
TITLE GUARANTEE &
TRUST CO.
Cor. of Washington and Second.
.V Real Farm
RT acres 10 In high state of eultlva
tlon, 10 nearly ready for ths plow. I
room house, large new barn, woodshed,
prune dryer, fine well and tank at the
houee, running water, and springs In
pasture) fine young family orchard;
team, wagon, spring wagon, Duggy, aou
ble and single harness, binder, mower,
raka. dine harrow. Dlows and all farm
ing tools needed. Barn full of hay
and straw, IIS bushels oats, 0 bushels
wheat rye, it need or graoe jersey
cows and hetfera, cream separator, I
pigs, 100 chickens; everything on the
nlaca roes. Situated beautifully on
Clackamas- heights, less than 1 mile
from Park Place school, best and high
est grade sctiooi in tjiacaamaa county,
Oregon,
J. E. SMITH
Boom 17. Xavbb Bldg., cor. ad aad Waaa.
These Are Snaps!
$Jt.7KO--7-ron hew tiooW. on East
- Salmon street west of 70th: every
. thing modern and beautiful location
S2 500 -room house, full basement.
Tot 100x100. on carline, well located;
will take any amount from 1200 or
. over cash, balance like rent
10-acre tracts from 1100 per acre up,
nesr carline. , . -
J. E. Smith
KeaJ Batata, Farm and City Property.
Booata 1 aad IT tatbbe Bldg, Portland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W1IUU
Mave Klllingsworth to Ell and -Elisabeth
Kmma Hpeer, lots '
10 and 11. block 1. Point .
A lew, W. D.
.... .... .. . .. w . ..
I0
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real Estate Investment Assoc I a
, tlon to Albert J. Henneiuan,
lot 6, block 1. Sellwood, W. . .
1. .....T!.... ISO
Mercantile Trust & Investment
company to O. li. Hill, lot I,
block a, ' Manning's addition,
w. d. - ?. - - too
Emma and Samuel Masters to
Mlna Jl. Struck, lot 11. block .
. KlverVl-w addition. W. IX. 1,400
Frederick jind Wllhelmlna Ruff
to Loutai . tillmore, lot t, block ,
4. Lincoln Park. W. D. . 1,600
John and 'Margaret Barrett to
J. W. Tlce, lots 1, J, 11 and
II, block I, Madras. W. D. , 00
Ellis G. and M. L. Hushes to
Louisa E. HufhM. lot IS. block
' 12, Irvlngton. W. D. .1 1.150
H. H. and Minnie C. Jones to
Birdie L. Schalk. undivided U
n Int. I an4 block till.
Couch addition, W. IX ........ 1,000
Anna Schmeer ' to F. It. jonn
n lot block 1. Castle Ann.
VV. J. 4 (00
Thornton and Delia M. Mitchell
to Louis E. Swetland, east H
-.' rtf Inlm 11 anil 14. hloclr it.
Sunnyslde, W. D. . i 11,000
Wirt Minor et al. to Etta C hoi
brook, lota 1, I, (, 7, I. and 9,
-dltlon. deed 1,800
Richard Williams to -. Edward
.Wilson, lot 1. Mock i. Wil
liams' addition. W. D. ,150
K. A. and Gertrude J. camp to
Frank F. Packard. lot 7.
hln.-k 11 WIllaniBtta Hoichta
addition. W. D. : 7,000
Francis ana Heme i. tteair to
Bruce Wolverton, lots 1 and I.
1 block f 7. Carter's addition. W.
V. TOO
Arthur A. and Amber F. Leland .
to George T. Foteet. 10 acres .
off the south end of the west,
H of northwest of section
1, township 1 south. - range '4 ,
east. W. O. -.. 1.060
J. 8. and Santa -Klngalev to J. ,
K. and Margaretna coopay lot .
21. block "A," Hollauay Park
J . I . i T. r T IAA
George and Mary E.Shli to Ed-
son ai. nowiey. iota iz ana li.
block 1. Myrtle. W. D. ..... ; . . SIS
N. Galloway to O. E. Lret, lot
ii, diock x, coiumoia neigota, .
W. D ' :i
Fred Krebs to Mlna Kreba, part
or lots l ana diock s, ar-
rell's second addition to Wood
lawn. W. L. 100
Charles and Mary Kadderly to
lx)uis Peterson, sou in t reet
of west H of lot 11, tract "F," .
Overton Park. W. D (00
John F. and Maud Griffith to
Kiia Wright, eox:oo reel com-- .
tnenclng 100 feet north of
aouthwest corner of A. N. '
Stanshery tract in section 14,
township 1 north, range 1, east, ' .
W. D. 1.100
W. J. and Lucy A. Peddlcord to
Ular wanganess, lot ix ana
north H ' lt IL block ,
Park addition to Alblna. W. r.. SIS
Annie A. and W. A. Buchanan '
to Florence C. Willlston. lot
IS. Buchanan's addition, W. P. 4,100
tPrf-D ' ' A DflTD A ITQ 'TITf P tMQ.Tli
. S M JIUDtlnVS J AAA absAIS k? w A-
ance or mortgage loans, call on Paclflo
Title ft Trust Co., Z04-5-f-7 Falling bidg.
GET YOUR INSURANCE AND AB
stracts to real estate from the Title
Guarantee ft Trust Co 240 Washington
st, cor. Id.
rWEATHER-REPOI
The ldw pressure area yesterday
over British Columbia has disappeared
and a disturbance of large ara occu
pies the region between the Rocky
mountains snd the Sierras. Another
low pressure area Is noted near Chica
go. The barometer Is relatively high
off the north California- coast, and -a
small high pressure area la central
over Kansas. Light rain has fallen at
acattered place In the north Pacific
states, Montana, eastern Nebraska, Mis
souri and Illinois. It la much cooler
In the western states and frosts are
reported as far south, as Dodge city,
Kansas. ' -
The Indications are for unsettled
weather In this district tonight and Sun
day, with Intermittent rains at scat
tered placea. The temperature .will re
main nearly stationary. .
- Temp. .. " '
: i 1 i , Max. - Mln. Preclp.
Chicago, 111. ...... 4 60 .12
Cincinnati, Ohio.., 80 14 0
Denver, Col .(4 11 '
Los Angeles, Cal...l it
Nome, Alaska 0 14 " .0
Omaha. Neb. ..61 41 ', .71
Philadelphia, Pa..,. 44 It
Portland. Ore....,,.S ' 64 .61
Bt. Loula, MO...J..I4 66 , T.
St. Paul, Minn.....(S . . M - o
Ban Francisco. Cal.TO 6 i :'. 0
Washington, D. Cll , 64 ,
'Evening report of preceding day.
Wedding Card a W. G. Smith ft Co.,
Washington bldg corner 4th and Wash
ington sts.
Weddings cards the best 100 for 11.
AiyirtB. 1-iawK, i4t la st
Tonseth ft Co.. florists, for flowars nf
sll kinds. 111 th st
Clarke Bros., Florists Fine flowers
and floral designs. 280 Morrison st
Full dress suits for rent all si sea
Unique Tailoring Co., 100 Stark st
MAX M. SMITH. FLORIST. 160 6TH
st. opp. Meier ft Frank's. Main 711$.
BIRTHS.
BEEVES September -18, to Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Reeves, 1441 4th st
N., a son..
HEl-fiER September IS, -to Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Helscr. 441 Halsey gt a
daughter.
PROUT September II, to Mr. and Mrs.
Michsel Prout, , 681 Loiing at, a
daurnter.
HAWKINS September l4to Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Hawkins, ($3 4th st.
a daughter.
KLEMAN September 17, to Mr. and
Mrs. Max A. Kleman. 101 McKercher
st, a daughter.
OODEN September 11, to Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Ogden, 614 Borthwick st,
a- son. . . .
Al'.ITIN September 10. to Mr. and
Mrs. .E. A. Auatln, tt Tacoma ave.,
a daughter.
ABBOTT September 14, to Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Abbott, 740 UmatlUa
ave., a son. e .
KURTT September l7.to Mr. gnd Mr
Chris Kurty, . 664 Tacoma are.,
daughter.
OL8EN September IS. to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Olson, 1(11 Portsmouth ave.,
a son. j
DEATHS
BEERS September 10, - - Andrew J.
Beers Jr., aged 40 years, 8 months
and 16 days, 1210 Atlantis at; uremic
poisoning.
ALMY September IS, William Eldrldge
Almy, aged 66 years, t months and 11
days. 1184 Everett st nltaal Insuf
ficiency. '
MINNICH September II. Mrs. Hannah
Mlnnich, aged 06 years, 8 months and
It days. 101 E. 10th at N.; malignant
disease of Intestine.
PADRICK September 15, Ardella Jo
sephine Padrlck, aged I years, 1601
Rockwell at.: sastro enteritis.
BJOR8TROM September 21, Carl BJor
strom, aged about 17 years, at St Vin
cent s hospital; typhoid fever.
KINNINOOK September It, George
Klnnlnook. Indian, aged about 16
years, at Crystal Springs sanitarium;
general paresis.
LARSEN September II, Cart 'Edward
: Iirsn. aged 17 years and 7 months,
st Scapponse; accidental drowning.
ROWLAND September 10, Gold a W,
- Rowland, aged 16 years, S months and
I davs. 1171 Macadam; carditis.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
BEERS At bis late residence III At
lantic st, Sept. 28. 1007. Andrew J.
Beers Jr.. aged 44 rears 8 months and 16
days. Funeral will take place Sunday,
Sept. 10, at 1:10 p. m-. from F. 8. 1 in
ning's chapel, corner of E- Alder and E.
sth st Friends InvltenV
UNDERTAKERS
DUNNING. M'ENTEH ft, GILBAt'OH.
undertakers snd embalmers: modern
In every detail. Seventh and I'lne. Main
4S0. l.aav tiKsistsm.
EltCK SONTi N D E RTAKlNG1 CO., AND
embalming. 4l' Alder . at ilsln
(US. Lady aaslstaot. -
UNDERTAKERS
J. P. FIN LET ft SONS, ID AND MADI
son at. Ofr.oe of county coroner.
fnone Main .
A. B. J1EMSTOCK. FUNERAL DI-
rector. Kast lth and Umatilla. Phone
Bauwoo1 71. iJidy assistant.
Ejj w a hd holm'aT?! undertaker,"
ZZO 1 SI.
ZKLLKit-BVHMCS CO.. FUNERAL DI
rectors, embalmera, 171 Ruasell. East
loss, lrly assistant.
CEMETERIES
RIVER VIEW SINGLE GRAVES, 110
family lots. 10x1 , for 1100, and
upwsiMs, according to else; the only
cemetery In Portland which perpetually
maintains and cares for lot a - For
inrormation, apply to W. R. Mackensle,
Worcester block. W.M.Lsdd. president
RO.SK CITY SINGLE GRAVES. 110
family lots. 124 to 175. Superintend
ent at cemetery, corner or Fremont at
and Cully road. Phone Tabor tot. For
full information apply to Frank Hchlegel,
esi Worcester blk. .Phone A18Z1.
Ul'SLVESS NOTICES ( .'
INVENTIONS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Covenant Contraot Cos 417 F'llMlnef
bldg. Main 181. T JT"
LTCTirENRlCHSEN 66 JEWELER,
and opticians. 284 Washlneton st
COMMERCIAL
ANDBOCIETY PRINT-
lng East Hide Printing Co.. 14 Unioo
n w . Y.' . Atttk D loaa . - .
" - v b j . x.-ao
NEW FICTION LIBRARY, 111 lOTll
st. i tooks losnea at 1 cents the day.
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS, LOST AND
louna, ror aaie, . to let etc., in The
Journal cost'only 1 cent a word; It
word or less, is cents each insertion.
rnoneaMain 7173. Home A-3ZS"..
MEETING NOTICES.
M. W. A. EVERGREEN CAMP, .4l
meets Wednesday evening, Allsky
Diaa-. sa ana Morrison sis.
M. W. A. OREGON GRAPE CAMP K6.
,(. Mondays, llttt and MarabaU,
Visitors welcoma
NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND TO
all persons, firms and corporations
Interested In the Oregon Trust ft -Savings
bank.
In pursuance of an order made by the.
nonorapie, tne circuit court Of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah county
In the ault of Louis- J. - Wilde, plaintiff,
againat the Ore r on Trust A Savlnaa
bank, a corporation and others, notice
la hereby given to the creditors, as well
as all persons, firms And corporations
having any claim or demand against the
said Oregon Trust ft Saving bank, a
corporation of Portland, Or, to present
the same, with the vouchers thereof.
duly verified, to the undersigned re
ceiver of said Oregon Truat ft Savings
oang at nis omoe in the city or Port
land. Or., on or befere the 1st day of
January, 1101.
Portland, Or.. September is, 1107.
THOMAS C. DEVLIN.
Receiver of the Oregon Truat ft Say
mgs ianx.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
state or Oregon lor . Multnomah
county.
In the matter of the estate of .Hen
rietta Edith Llebe. deceased.
The undersigned has by consideration
of the-above court boon appointed -ad-
mlnlstrator - of the estate of said de
ceased. All persons holding . claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to present the same, venrieo unoer oath,
with the proper vouchers, to the under
signed at office of Portland Cordage
Co., 14th and Northrup sts, Portland,
uregon, witnin six monine irom tne
first publication of this notice.
Dated and first 'published September
16. 1007.
S. M. MEARS,
Administrator of the estate of Henri
etta Edith Llebe. deceased.
TO THE TAXPAYERS OF MULTNO
mah County, Oregon Notice Is hereby
given that on Monday, Oct 11, 1907, the
board of equalisation of Multnomah coun
ty will attend at the office of the county
cierg or saia county ana puonciy examine
the assessment rolls for the year 1907 and
correct all errors In valuation, descrip
tion or qualities of land, lots and other
property, and It Is the duty-of all per
sons interested to iDDear at the time
and place appointed, and If It shall ap
pear to such board of equalisation that
there are any lands, lots or other prop
erty assessed twice or In the name of a
person or persons not the owner of
same, or assessed tinder or beyond Its
value, or any lands, lots or otoer prop
erty not assessed, said board of equali
sation shall make the proper corrections.
B. D. SIGUER, County Assessor. ,
Portland, Or., Bept.' 18, 1907.
GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE, t. O.
O, F, Members will meet at the Tem
ple, 1st and Alder sts., at 9:10 o'clock .
m, Sunday, Sept 19. for the purpose of
conducting the funeral of our late
Brother W. H. Nevera of Rainier Lodge
No. 11. Tacoma. Wash., Golden Rule En
campment - City services at Erlcaon A
Co., undertakers," 409 Alder st, at 10:80
o'clock a. m. Interment at Rlvervlew
cemetery. All members of the order are
Invited to attend. .Ivan C. Anderson,
Secy.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the office of The Hawthorne Estate
Is now located at No. 118 Worceater
Bldg., - Third and Oak ' sts., where all
matters pertaining to the affairs of this
estate, or Rachel . L. Hawthorne, must
be transacted. ' " v-
THE HAWTHORNE E8TATE, Y
BAPHEI. L. HAWTHORNE.
Dated at Portland, Or.. Sept It, 1907,
REM6VAL NOTICE MONDAY. OCTO-
ber 1. I will move to 104 Union ave.,
near E. Washington. P. A. Doane,
Wall Paper, Painting and Decorating.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR
mattresses renovated and returned
same day. 128 Front st Main 474.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory. H. Meta
ger, proprietor.
LOST BLACK SILK . UMBRELLA.
without handle, south of Morrison, be
tween W. Park and Ird. Reward if re
turned to Hotel Eaton.
Lost open face gold watch,
Elgin movements, finder notify Ed
ward E. Wilaon, LInnton, Or.
Wait Ads in Tift Journal Will
- ' .Do as Well' for Ton'
M. M. PEERV, President
.Springfield .Conunerdal' Club'
J. J. BRYAN, Secretary y -
: , - , Springfield, Oregon, SeptM3 1907. .
Oregon Dajly. Journal, Portland, Oregon;, . I.,;'..
"y Enclosed please find $2 to pay for one month, advertising In
The Journal. : ' i . '
I intended the ad to run only one month that was the order )
from the Commercial club and that is the way I placed the order
or intended to. '.' '...' ' - " ' N ' ' ' ' " .'
" We got a lot of answers and. had a foundry assured from the;
first month's ad, hence all since has been wasted to us if we have
. to pay for it. . ' ,;. .. . , .. . . "t .. . .- . '.'V-
Aly club has always before ordered me to place the ad In the
Oregonian but this time they left it open and I sent it to you with
very satisfactory results Yours very tftily, ' . r . ,
J. J. BRYAN.
LOST AND FOUND
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let. etc.. In The
Journal coat only I cent a word; 16
worda or less, It cents each insertion.
Phones Main 717$. Home A-8230.
STRAYED FROM 627 E. HARRISON
st. Irish setter dog,- 8 months old; li
cense No. 1267. Return to aboe and re
ceive reward. J. 8. Seed
LO8T--P0INTER DOG, LIVER AND
white, with owner's name on collar.
Address H. C. Morse. 774 Mississippi
ave. Phone Union szi i.
LOST PARTY '"FINDING PURSE
containing io m goia. cnans- im
key. Sept 26, in Meier A Frank s dress
Ing room, return to 4P0 Oregontan bldg.
Reward. ' '
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED. '
. STAVE BOLT CUTTERS.
TVs ray 1L60 per' cord; steady work
good accommodations at camp.
WESTERN COOPERAGE CO. ,
.. Room 100 Stearns bldg,'.
' . Portland. Or. .
HniTNn yntrvn Mrs ir.es it TO 15,
for firemen and brakemen during rush
Season on leading railroads here In the
west and on new lnes being completed;
experience unnecessary; firemen, 1108
monthly, become engineers, 1200; brake
men, 180, become conductors, 1160.
Many positions now open. Write at
once for particular National Rnilwayi
Tralnlna- Ass'n 918 Paxton blk.. Omaha,
Neb., or Sit Central bidg, Kansas City,
MO. - - . .- ..... - - . , - . -. .
WANTED SALESMEN:; MANY MAKE
Xluo to 1160 per montn; some even
more; stock clean, grown on reserva
tion, far from old orchards: ' cash ad
vanced wesklv: choice of territory. Ad
dress -Washington Nursery COv, Top-
penlsn. Washington. -
Unloa Hotel .
81 N. SIXTH ST.. PORTLAND. OR.
Free employment to all: boarders' rates
81.60 per week; room, 25c and up; spe
cial monthly rates given, . , Anderson.
proprietor.
WE SECURE POSITIONS
FOR
OUR
members: . soeolal
membership
IS.
T. M. C. A.
WANTED BOYS FOR GOOD POP I.
tlons In candy department Paclflo
Coast Biscuit Co.. 11th and Davis eta.
SEVERAL ELIGIBLE MEN FOR POS
tal clerks and letter-carriers: one ex
amination Saturday And another close;
flle your application at once; We qual
ify you If eilKlbie. Call at once. Pa
cific States School, 611 McKay bldg.
PHONE PACIFIC 1408. P ACI FIC
Coast Employment Office. 106 hi Mor
rison; help oa short notice, male and fe
male. .
MEN TO GET 'THEIR SUITS FROM
Charley Lee. 81 N. Id at Perfect fit
guaranteed; all work first class.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MEN TO
learn railway and commercial teleg
raphy; good wagea and permanent posi
tions wnen competent. Oregon college,
408 Commonwealth bldg. '
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS. LOST AND
-fotwd, for--sale, to -letr-eto.. In- The
Journal xost. only 1 cent a word, 16
worda or less IS cents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7171. Home A-1210.
MEN AND BOYS 1 WANTED, - TO
- learn plumbing, plastering, bricklay
ing; day and night classes; free cata
logue: positions secured; no book learn
ing. Coyne Trade School. 130-148 1th
st. Ban Francisco and New York. -
RELIABLE" STRONG BOY FROM lt
to 18, to be userut in store and learn
fur business; prefer one with a little
experience. A, Reiner. 661 Washington.
WANTED EXPERIENCED, RESPON-
ible road salesman, western - terri
tory; no schemes: good regular line. W.
J. Loraek. Iowa City. Iowa.'
WANTED HIGH SCHOOL BO if WiM
wheel to deliver after school;, good
wages. At 887 Morrison at.
ONE TINNER'S HELPER, INQUIRE
171 let st. ,
EXPERIENCED AX-HANDLE MEN
for bolter, lathe,, finishing sender. A.
Mills. , Write , Western Handle Co.,
Dallas, Of. - ' - '
" ! WANTED.
'' Live men to sell , rural directories;
nine farmers out of ten buy them; 76
Fer cent cot.imlssion: boys are making
6 to 110 per day. Call at 2f5 Wash-
ngton st, room II. and get busy.
11.00 A MONTH PROTECTS YOUR
time against sickness or accident
Pacific Aid association. Lumber Ex.
bldg., Portland,,. Or.. Liberal pa-to
gooQ agenia.
FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN , ON
railroads In Portland and vicinity, to
nil vacancies caused by promotions
experience unnecessary; atate age.
neigni, weigm; riremen iivu montniy,
become engineers and earn 1200; brake
men 176. becoming conductora earn 1150:
name position preferred. Railway aaso-
ciation. care Oregon journal.'
A STEADY YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
the cleaning and dyeing business;
good opportunity and wages. 211 4th st.
Bookkeeper
An experienced bookkeeper. Apply In
own handwriting, giving age and refer
ences to Q-13. Journal.
BOYS WANTED AT Q. P. RUMMELiti
' ft Sons, 12S 2d St.. near' Washington.
BOY WITH WHEEL, 110 WEEK. 42
421
Morrison.
BAKER WANTED MU8T BE ' ABl.fe!
- to turn out fine ltne of goods for one
of the best catering establishments In
the West; good wages; steady employment-
Address G. Gray Lemley, port
land hotel. h '
MEN, EXPERIENCED FINISHING
axe handles', big wages. Western
Handle Co.. Dallas. Or., A. Hanf. Wire.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WELL
digger. Call Sunday or address Wm.
Pareygla, 421 tth at.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COAT MAK
ers. Nlcoll, the tailor. 108 Id st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PANT8MAK.
era. Nlcoll. the tailor. 108 Id st
A. J; PERKINS, Treasurer
HELP " WANTED MALE
WANT LIVE MAN TO MANAGE PORT
land branch of Washington Motor
Car Co,, and sell sutomoblies on com
mission. Best reference and SO0 cash
required. For particulars aee Jud Tolio,
Portland hotel.
WANTED NIGHT
references required
10th and Oltsan.
WATCHMAN;
T. C. Stettler,
A COMPETENT CLOTHES-CLEANEn
and spotter at East Portland Cleaning
ft Iye Works. 14 8 Grand ave.
FIRST-CLASS DYER AND STEAM
- cleaner; top wages. Also 10 sollcl
tors. 147 Id. The Wardrobe.
TWO GOOD TURKISH HATlt MEK(,"6R
two who would like to learn the trade.
Friedman's, 2IH Alder st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Wanted Yoan? Ladies
, THE .PACIFIC TELEPHONE ft
TELEGRAPH CO. WILL TEACH
YOU TELEPHONE OPERATING
.. AND PAY YOU WHILE LEARN
; ING. PERMANENT POSITION;
' . , RAPID ADVANCEMENT. BEST
WAGES IN THE CITY; HOURS
, SHORT AND WORK LIGHT;
, FINE LUNCH SERVED FREE.
. APPLY CHIEF OPERATOR. ID
, FLOOR. MAIN BUILDING. COR.
-J W. PARK AND ALDER.
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD
faotorv Nn
t. Grand ave, and East
Taylor st
Wanted girls to make , fitss
Well shirts and Boss of All ovaraila
st 76 1st st.
QIRLS WANTED OPERATORS TO
worx on shirts and overall Lessons
given to inexperienced. Apply at Stand
ard factory io. 1, Grand ave. ; and East
Taylor st
IIANSEN'S ' LADIES' .AGENCY, S4S4
- wasningaon st, correr eleventh, up
stairs. Phone Main 1C9S. Female help
wanted. 1 ......
Western kmployment agency.
ror igoiea; lemaie neip wantea. Main
A-2117,
Washington.
610 Buchanan blJg, lut.
PACKERS AND WRAPPERS: GOOD
positions, work light and dean; per
manent employment, Apply candy de-
parunent. pacing woaat Biscuit to
ista ana jusvia. ...
GIRLS FOR CUTTING. EDGING AND
pasting. ,101 tth st N. IX M- AverlU
ft Co. -
WOMEN AND GIRLS WANTED FOR
all classes of laundry work: good
wages.- Troy Laundry Co, 101 E.
water si.
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS. L08T AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. In TheH
journal coat only l cent a word; 16
wards or less, 16 rents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7173. Home A-1210. .
WANTED A WOMAN TO WASH AND
iuu i,wv Ms jf bj m ltevsw ruuui jBm
1570.
WANTED GIRLS IN TUB CHOCO-
tnie ana pacKing rooms. J ne Moaern
Confectionery Co..
11th and Hoyt sts.
WANTED GIRLS TO LAY
ronl. Apply 109 N. tth St.
Wanted a waitress at
MACA-"
PARK
hotel.
A WILLING GIRL TO HELP WITH
-light housework. 460- Sth st "
GIRLS WANTED AT G. P. RUMMELIN
& (sons, izt id st. near Washington.
WANTED-r YOUNG . LADY . APPREN
tlce for dress-making, out of town
applicants preferred; can. assist with
housework for room and board; good
home to right party. . CaU or address
874 Ross St.
GOU PKTENT-H RL- FOR - FAMILY--OP
1 lady: cottage. Hood River.
Call at
the Norton, room A.
WANTED GIRLS
TO LAY"
MARA
ronl. Apply
109 N.-8th.
WANTED GIRLS TO WORK IN PAJ
oer-box factory. AddIv T.C Btettler.
10th and Gllsan. ,
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO 53
office work: one with soma knowleds-s
of bookkeeping preferred. G-13, journal.
ENERGETIC WOMAN OVER 16 FOR
position with wholesale house; experi
ence unecessgry. T-28. Journal.
WANTED RELIABLE WOMAN TO
. keeD houae and care for children: a
good home and wages to right party.
iau at osa uiay yi., near lain.
WANTED A
GIRL FOR
GENERAL
housework.
18 Main st
WANTED GIRL FOR SECOND WORK;
good wages: comfortable room and
bath. Apply 111 N. 22d st '.
A GIRLkTO ASSIST WITHSEWINa.
Steady work; good wagea. Paclflo
109 or A-S438. 647 Washington street
WANTED YOUNG LADY CLERK IN
our store. Swetlsnd's. 171 Morrison.
Wanted a girl to be useful
In kitchen. Oilman Hotel
142H 1st
WANTED TAILORS
A ND WAIST
finishers at
IS. ft
A. Shogren's, .141
10th st.
WOMAN TO WORK ON COATS,
waists, also shirt-makers; button-hole
workers and ' annrentlcea: rnml mv.
JI"h -il?er.wS2r i'imKU'ior' nrtl
and waist-makers. 126 10th st
HtlBl-l.LABa HANULu UIK1.H. I.N
dependewt Laundry Con 188 Gllsan. '
WANTED YOUNG GIRL FOR GEN-
era 1 housekeeDlna:
small family.
fnone r.asi azp. j
WANTED YOUNG ' LADIES T3
learn commercial telegraphy; tt to
180 per month soon as competent -Ore.
gon college. 408 Commonwealth bldg.
FOR 8A"LE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL
estate, 1 bowling alleys, with balls.
fiins and all equipment; prlca 1250; this
s a snap r look It up. . Call on or address
Northwestern Realty Co... 404 Waahing
ton st., Vancouver, Wash.
A GOOD COOK AND GENERA
houseworker can secure a desirable
? lace, with good wagea. by applying at
67 Flandera at, between 20tn and 21st
sts., or caning up phone Main 641.
MIDDLE AGED LADY OF GOOD AP
pearance for real estate office. One
who understands or wishes - to learn
the business. Small salary to start or
partnership with right party. Address
with references T-S 3. Journal.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER;' G06b
wages, work-easy, one- man to cook
for. Address Al Nichols, Howard. Or.
GIRLS OF IS OR WAT. THE PORT-
land Cigar Box factory. Light work,
gooo wages. 4h w. sa st.
SECOND GIRL APPLY MRS. W. J.
Mtirns. it itn norm.
WANTED 2 GIRLS TO OPERATE
power machines. 143 Ash St. room 1
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY",
female help wanted. Main 8297; A-1417-
610 Buchanan bldg., 2SCH Wash
ington. GIRL TO ASSIST IN LGHT HOUSE
work. Phone Main 1137. i
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work that understands cooking, good
wagea. 12 jyn it,
WOMEN ANI GIRLS WANTED TO
work In fruit cannery. Apply at
Holmes' Canning Co., E. Sth and Di
vision eta.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
MEN AND WOMEN' ANXIOUS TO IN
: crease their earning capacity; w
have helped thousands, let us help you.
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPOND
ENCE SCHOOL.
84 H tth st. Open Evenings
STENOGRAPHERS, BOTH MALE AND
female, good positions open with best
firms; no charge. Underwood Type
writer Co., 88 tth St.
HivLP WANTED AND SUPPLIED,
male or female. ' R. G. Drake. 205 U
Wsswtn gton st. Pacific 1170 nr Al 67L
WOULD LIKE TO SECURE THE
services of a few ladles and gentle
men with some knowledge of music
and young ladles attending high achool,
after school and Saturdays: good pay to
right oartiea. call 171 IStn.. cor, yam
hill. Phone Main 40t9. Hours 8 to 10
a. m.; I to 5 p. m
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN THE
barber trade in 8 weeks; costs less,
better salaries, learned In leas '.Irae than
Other trades: catalogue free. - Moler
Barber College, 85 N. 4th st :
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS LOST AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; II
words or ! 16 cents each Insertion,
rtiones Main 7171. Uomq, A-J210. . .
MALE AND ' FEMALE HELP
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL HOTEL
and restaurant help. Help of alt
kinds free to employers. Pacific Coast
Kmployment office; phone Paclflo 1408, ,
2"8'4 Morrison.
UOVS AND GIRLS WANTED TO
work on Bnnvllles Western Monthly,
September number. No money or sx
perlencs wanted. 21S Marqtiam bldg.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let etc.. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; It
words or less. 16 cents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7178. Home A-32J0
SOBER. RELIABLE
YOUNG MAN?
wishes steady
Phone Tabor 288.
Inside employment
by firSt-class hide STaU In
hide house or warehouse. In Portland
or western Oregon. Address 8, Journal.
NIGHT WATCHMAN: TRUSTWOR
thy' can run wood-working machinery;
used to steam boilers. F-31,' Journal.
TEAM8TER ON WOOD WAGON OR
general work; handy with tool D-13,
Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
LITTLE- LINERS. WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let etc. In The4
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; IS
words or less, IS cents each insertion.
pnones Main 7171. Home A-8230.
IfOUNG WdMAN WITH BESt ' tfff f
reference wishes second work In small
family of adults; wages 126. C-33, Jour-i .
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
PORTLAND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
I05H Morrison St. ...Phone Pacific 289
37 N. 2d St........... Phone Paclflo 1100
, RED ORGSH EMPLOYMENT n"
Logging camp and farm help a spe
cialty. JO N. 2d at . Phone Main 62S8.
We pay all telegraph ehargea. - - -
L IIAjj.SEN'8 EMPLOYMENt 6814'"
FOR MEN. i
18 7. Id St. phone Main 15281
ACME EMR C6.. FARMER AcftS
. loggers', help especially. 84 and IS)a
r. iq, lap curnsme; Main 47.
JAPANESE EMP. CO.
ALL KINDS Ol
help supplied.
Main 4869, 28 Everett
WANTED AGENTS
A HOME COMPANYLOW PREMIUM
rates and high cash values make the
policies of the Columbia Life ft Trust
Co. eaaV tn aall innlv n T- n ,
Psharp, manager of agents,' 114 Lumber
r.cnango oiqg. '
AGENTS WANTKi) CAN Y6U SELL
- goods T If so we need you: complete
outfit free; caah . weekly. Write for
choice of territory. Capital City Nur
aery company, Salem, Or. - .
girls, boysV Women "aMd 1 Mjfiri
maae good money taking orders ana '
selling goods; see us at onoe. Plum
mer Drug Co.. Id and Madison. "
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let etc. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a Word: ' IS
worda or less, 16 cents each Insertion,
Phones Main 71 78. Home A-1130. - -WANTED
TWO AGENTS, AT ONCti
experience not necessary; aula ry or
commission; call after S p. m. 288 Mill.
, WANTED FINANCIAL.
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS, LOST AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. in The
Journal cost -only 1 cent a word;- ' 16
words or less, 16 cents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7171. Horn A-3230.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTEDTGENT HOUSES, - COT
tage (lata, stores, office rooming-
houses, eta Landlords will do well to
call on ' -
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT OF
OPEOON.
Phone Eg. 71j - 8. E. Cor.' Id and Oak. "
LITTLE LINERS. WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. In Th
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; IS
words or less, 16 cents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7l73. Home A-1210.
PLACE FOR REAL ESTATE OFFICE.
uive run description, location and
rent. Address -H-l 233. Missouri ave.
Phone Woodlawn 114.
X fUrnisiIeD H6TEL 6r'r66mjIng-
house In or out of Portland, or would
manage same for owner. M-3S, Journal.
WANTED FIVE OR SIX-ROOM MOD
era house. 60x100 or more, easy term.
by Oct. 1. O-80, Journal.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WE HAVE CASH BUYERS FOR ALL
kinds of city property. What have
you for saleT - Come and list It at once,
for we have the purchaser; we ar mak
ing a specialty of city property.
WASHINGTON ft OREGON REALTT
- COMPANY.
108 Second St., Portland, Or.
BUYERS WAITING FOR HOMES
from 11,500 to 16.000. Now la tne
time, today. Don't watt for tomorrow.
A. 8. Draper, 141 V . Washington St.
rooms I ana t, corner 7tn.
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS. LOST AND
found, for sale, to let etc.. In The
Journal cost only 1 Cent a word: IS
words or less, 3 6 eenta each Insertion.
Phones Main 7173. Home A-8280. . '
FOR QUICK SALE LIST YOUR PROP-.
erty with - F. Dubois, Washington
bldg., room 8. ' '
WANTED 1 OR I RESIDENCE LOTS
' north of Going st, west of Union ave.
Must be reasonabler F-31, Journal.
BUSINESS CORNER ON UNION AVE.
as part cash for residence or vacant
lets Bear Piedmont Q-81, Journal.
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS, LOST AND
found, for sale, to let, etc.. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; IS
words or less, 15 rents each Insertion.
Phones Main 7173Home A-3230.
GENTLEMAN AND 6-YEAR-OLD
daughter want place to room
ind
noarn. r-si. journal.
ROOM WITH SUPPER AND BREAk-
fast, by young man. In private family; .
walking distance. Address G-80, Jour
nal. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE WILL BUT TOUR HOUSEHOLD
goods and guarantee best prices. Call,
?hone or write. S. J. L. Rubens teln.
76 Front St., opposite National hotel.
Pacific 140L T-
CASH FOR H6ttSEH6Lb o66ba.
age ft Pennell. 846-247
1st. Pac. S80.
WE
PAY
MORE FOR. FURNITURE
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS,
Mam bbt. ill in st v
If tod waM to seLL, see 'Us-.
Second Hand Palace. Highest prices
paid for aecond-hand good 247 Flan
dera '
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of second-hand goods. Union
Exchange, 181 Front st Paclflo 1411.
Lef6rm1tY APPLIANCES madS TO
order. K. E. Karlson ft Co, 161 An
keny at. ' Main 8260. i - .
Little Liners, wants, lost and
found, for sale, to let etc. In The
Journal cost only 1 cent a word; IS
words or less. It cents each Insertion.
phones Main 7178, Home A-1210.
Phone east 6204 if you wish to1
sell
your furniture.
IS8 Hawthorn
sve.
BEST
LOGGER'"
fiiiuKa1 m-aLe to
order. Union made shoes In stack.
Ernest Clans, 852 H Gllsan.
WANTEI TO CONTRACT FOR WIN
ter's wood. Hotel Oak. cor. 7th and
Oak. Pacific 1848.
HORSE WANTED.
Riding horse wanted for the keeping
this winter; light work; best of care.
Earl K. Fisher, Beaverton. Or.
WANTED SMALL CHILD TO CARS
for; good home, reasonable charges.
890 Thurman st., bet 18th and 17th.
1 -ii j 1 , 1 1
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
LITTLE LINERS, WANTS, LOST AND
found,, for sale, to let etc.. in The
Journal coat only 1 cent a word;- IS
words or, less, 16 rents each Insertion,
phones Main 7173, Home A-230.
H V" LAND. 40 MORRISON. MAIN li26.
Furnished rooms Uh bath and steam
heat. -
SI