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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL,- PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
OF PART OF
LIKELY TO SI TURKS;
It Is Not Believed. Sultan Will
Sit. by and Watch Ancient
Enemy Gain Lands.
ITALY'S HANDS ARE .TIED
Impression Zs Growing That Austria
Has Bought Italian neutrality Ty
Staying Out of Albania.
(t'nltrd PrMi Leased Wire.)
London, Oct. 29. That matters were
so developing in the near east as to
promise an early spread of the war to
that quarter In Europe was generally
conceded in official circles here today.
Greece's occupation of the Albanian
districts Of Argyro, Castro and Pre
moti and Italy's seizure of Avlona,
Duraxao .and Scutari, in the same coun
try, was more, it was believed, than
Turkey could endure quietly. It was
deemed practically certain that the
sultan would draw the sword .very
On the whole, the nar eastern sit
uation appeared to favor the Germans
' and Austriana rather than the Anglo-Franco-Russian
If the Turks Join in the war It will
be on the German side, which the al
lies naturally will not like. If Italy's
Intervention in Albania meant war be
tween the Italians and the Austrian,
It would be considered as far more
than offsetting such help as the Turks
can give to the Teutoic allies. The
Impression Is gaining ground, ' how
ever, that Austrian acquiescence in
whatever Italy sees fit to do in Al
bania is the reward the Italians are to
receive for remaining permanently
Allies Oain Hew Enemy.
If this surmise is correct and the
belief that Turkey is about to take a
hand In the war Is" well founded, the
result Is a net loss for the allies, since
they will have a new enemy in the
sultan; and Italy's attitude will re
main just an at present.
If the Turks do take up arms, they
. probably will not figure to any extent
In the occidental field of fighting,
though they might lend perhaps 100,-
000 very effective fighters for nervine
either against the Russians or in the
-west, but they are likely to prove
seriously troublesome in Persia, in the
general direction of India, in the Cau
casus, and maybe in Egypt, or even
farther to the- westward in northern
Africa. There have even been rumors
of a pact between Turkey and Af
ghanlstan, which would bring trouble
to the very Indian frontier itself.
In their public expressions, British
government offlcllals have generally
spoken as If they expected to smash
Turkey with great promptness the mo
ment It showed signs of hostility. That
the allies will mates short work of tak
ing the sultan's pmrts no doubt exists
Privately, however,, It Is conceded that
s be probably can crrate alarming sltua
1 tlons In parts of the Asiatic, African,
' and even southeastern European In
teriors, where British, French and
Russian troops ar too fully occupied
elsewhere to deal- with lUm.
- "Holy War" Is Feared.
The outcome Wiuuld depend to a
great extent, of 'course, on how gen
erally his call was heeded by peoples
who, though not subjects at present of
the Ottoman empire, do acknowledge
its ruler's spiritual supremacy. The
statement has been made that a "Holy
war" Is no longer it possibility. Never
theless, the question is one concern
ing which there is considerable un
easiness. How the dermans can manage to
reconcile the Turks' desire, as the
former's allies, to recognize Albania,
with the fact that Italy Is supposed to
be willing to remain neutral dnly on
condition of having at least a part of
this same territory, is not entirely
clear. The bat guess is that the sul
tan will be promined compensation in
some other part of the Balkans for
keeping out of northern Albania,
GREEKS ARE ACTING
FOR ALBANIANS' GOOD
SAYS THEIR PREMIER
Rome, Oct. S9 Premier Veniaeloa
of Greece was Quoted here today to the
effect that his country was actuated
solely1 by humanitarian motives in oc
cupying the Albanian districts of Ar
gyro, (tastro and Prexnotl.
Conditions were such, he said, that
the Albanians' own welfare called for
outside intervention. He added that
the occupation was required as a
means of protecting the Greek fron
tier. That conquest was contemplated
; No complications with Austria, had
developed from Italy's occupation of
Avlona, Durazzo and Scutari, also In
Albania, and the belief was growing
that the Italians' action had been ap
proved by the Vienna government in
return for a pledge of neutrality
throughout the remainder of the war.
Reports of fighting at Alexandria
between the British garrison and In
dian troops could not be verified, but
the persistency of the rumors sug
Rested that there had been some sort
of serious disorders at the Egyptian
It was at first supposed here that
ths Fevntians had attempted a revolt
under cover of the European war, but
the statement that Indians instead of
Egyptians were 'involved -gave rise to
the surmise that there had been a
mutiny, or perhaps only a riot, among
native soldiers on their way from In
dia to the European field of fighting.
From French sources reports were
received that the Qalllc troops who
drove the Germans across the frontier
in the direction of Meta were pressing
hard after the enemy, and the predic
tion was made that the changed situa
tion would compel the kaiser's speedy
abandonment of Saint Mlhlel, besides
, probably forcing his troops' with
drawal from the siege of Verdun, to
escape being cut off.
Registration in Lane.
Eugene, Or., Oct. 29. The total reg
istration of voters in Lane county for
the November election Is 15,621. This
i Includes 8481 Republicans, 3960 Demo
crats, 931 Prohibitionists, 788 Social
ists, 324 Progressives, 655 Independ
ents and 382 classed as miscellaneous.
The registration In 1913 for the spe
cial election was a little over 1100,
and that in 1913 between 8000 and 8000.
Kay Wants Amendment.
Salem. Or., Oct.' 29. State Treasurer
Kay will recommend that the leglsla-
tufe change th inheritance law so asf
to include all estates having: a value
I of over 15000. Under the present law
!an estate must have a value of over
i 110,000 in order to be liable for an in
heritance tar, but everything over
$5000 shall then be taxed. This means
, that ah estate of the value of S9999 in
Rvalue escapes taxation, while one of
iu.uoq pays on everything- over $5000.
Under the proposed amendment every
estate having a value of oyer $5000
would pay an inheritance tax on the
amount In excess of that amount.
Unity Bridge Cat Off.
Salem, Or., Oct. 29. An order was
issued yesterday by the railroad com
mission authorizing the discontinuance
of a telephone station at Unity Bridge.
It is now served by farmers' lines.
Wife Sues Young Millionaire. .
San Francisco, Oct. 29. Charging
cruelty. Pearl E. Levi today filed suit
for divorce from Milton J. Levi, son
of the late millionaire merchant.
Jacob Levi. The Levis were married
last March. A month later they sep
arated, and Mrs. Levi filed suit
against her husband's mother for
$180,000, charging alienation of LevTs
More Mine Victims Taken Out.
Merrin. III., Oct. 29. Nine more
bodies were recovered today from the
Franklin County Coal company's mtno
at Royalton, bringing the total number
of corpses recovered up to 60. It was
reported that Others were still miss
ing, and it was feared tfiat a further
search of the mine may reveal addi
Artificial lace which closely resem
bles and wears better than the real
article, is made from cellulose by a
I rench process.
la ffoct Oct. 1, 1612.
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Ing "For Ueut la Private v'amll," "Boom and
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excepting "For Rent in Private Family."
"Uooiu and Board la Private Family," "Situa
tion Wanted" and "Waatad to Bent" ads.,
wbicb are 1 cent per word. Consecntlva
Insertion of vuKl) want ads.:
8 Insertions 'or the price of 3
7 inmrtloiw for tta price of S
ACACIA club extends an in
vitation to all Master
Mauons to attend an address
friveu by Brother Norris R.
Cox, P. G. M., of Oregon, -on
the subject, "Allegories," at
the club room, 215 Com
mercial Club building: at 8 o'clock Fri
day, the 30th. By order of the presi
dent. LESLIE S. PARKER,
WEBFOOT CAMP No,
66. "Woodmen of the
World, meets every
Friday night in W. O.
W. temple, 128 Elev
enth street. Ail mem
bers requested to be
present. Visitors wel
comes, O. W. T. Muellhaupt, C. C.
A. L. BARBTTR. Clerk.
COLUMBIA LODGE No. II.
A. K. & A. M. Special
communication thi (Thurs
day) evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Masonic Temple. Labor in
the F. C. degree. Visiting
brethren always wleom. Bv
order of w. M.
FRED L. OISON, Secretary.
James S. Kerr. 28 West Hnlmmi Ktrret
lPial. and Kditb D. BradUb, 28 Wont Holffiaa
Albert Horn, Gnlde Hock, Wash . letfal. sod
PrunceM A. Watkius, 6418 forty-first atreet,
S. E., legal.
C. A. icox, 9 Masoa strert, 30,. and Beulab
Churchill, 709 Wj-gant street, 28.'
liirjfc W. McCollnm, Iynts, lejeal, and
t-..i.,u n. Monkres. 461 North Union avenue.
.uJtnas r. ttanner, vaaer. Wasb., lea-al,
mid Km 1 11 Bcbairer, 407 Broadway, East,
l.anjilon TT. Spooner, Jennings Lodse, Or.,
lesral, and Hazel I. May, laiT East Fifteenth
street, North, legal.
hisra Edward Schumacher. Seattle. Wash..
lel. and Helena Schmidthe. 614 Highland
John Alexander Simpson. St. Johns, letal.
and Anna Martini Paterr.on, St. Johns, legal.
W. K. U'Uonuell. 'ZA h.st Thirty-first
street. North, legal, and Mildred Eva O'Malley,
865 Williams avenue, legal.
Frank N. Uorr. laeoma. Wasn.. legal, and
Sadie A. Teel, 142 Florida street, legal.
UharleB Augustus Trowbridge. .Jolin Day. Or..
legal, and Bertha Olga Bayce, 808 fourteenth
W. G, Smith & Co, SgVdt
Third floor, Morgan bldg.
bRESs suit9 for rent, all si2es.
Tailoring Co., 309 Btark st.
HOTTER To Mr. and Mra, Adolph Hotter,
naa 2Sm. street. October 10. a son.
PORCEIXI To Mr. and Mrs. V. I'orcelli, 180
riarrison strt. uctooer io. a son.
TRE8ER To Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Trebex,
ai9 railing street, uetoDer ., a danc&ter
FALLON To Mr. and Mra. William F. Fallon.
728 Belmont street, Oetoner 23, a daughter.
E1TLKM ANTo Mr. and Mra. Conrad Eitle
min, 892 East Taylor street, Ootobar 23, a
COBBRLKY -To Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ooberley,
105 M Fremont street. October 25. a ron.
BACHJSR To Mr. and Mrs. John Bachef. 4lS
East Keventb (treat, fsorth, October 22,
JEFF OUGHT TO HAVE THE ONLY DOG
HFt-U, Or uHR
2XD YOU G&T TH5
-- ' iZ
'." "" " ' 11 1 'I Ml 'l ,. L .i.i-i.. - ' ., ..' I 'I II ' III I . - I"
XOl'NU To Mr. and Mra. Frank C. Young,
14 East Twenty-ninth street. North, October
1, a soa. ....
HODGES To Mr. and Mrs. George B, Hodges,
Ellsworth Apartments, October 23, a aaugn-
DEATHS AND FUNERALS T5
GRIMM In this city, October 28. at her late
residence, ftluetr-antn ana r,ast was sireei,
Mra. Elisabeth Grimm, aged 60 years, 6
month and 7 days, beloved wife ef Philip
Grimm, and mother of William Grimm, and
Mrs. J. Whalen, of WlUapa, Wash.; Mrs.
B. W. Patric, of Grays River, Waah. ; Oscar,
George, Amy, Carl, and Lewis Grimm, of this
city, runerai notice later.
JlsNSMA -In this city, October 2S, 114. at
Kig&ty-rourtn and Eaat Washington streets,
Mrs. V. Jenstna, aged 72 yean, of senility,
beloved mother of John Jenama of Portland.
Funeral services will be held at the grave
Friday, October fiO, at 3 p. m. Interment
Multnomah cemetery private
EWEN In thla city. October 'JSi. at the fani-
lly residence. 284 North Twentieth street.
jane Kwen. aeea an rears, loe tunerai ren-
lees will be held Friday, October 30, at 2:30
o clock d. m.. at the above residence, menus
invited. interment at mverview wbikkt
BELLING Caroline Selling. Widow, of the late
P. Selling, mother of Ben seiung ana aura.
31. Tsicnei. rtotiee oi tunerai later.
CCKTJg Harriet A. Curtis, Piue Knot Bta
tlnn ortxiber UK. HI rears; cancer oi oreaai
KATTERMAN Magduleae Rattermau, Oood
Mamaritan hospital, uetooer xa, 5 yeant;
shock hysterectomy for carcinoma.
llABN'HAKT Noah P. Barnhart. 2S2 Fourth
arrant ntnYu 2fV SO vpin: nnftuinonm .
EMANCEL hutb 1). Emanuel, 321 East Twen-
v-elehth street. North. ' October 2(1. four
days; pneumonia and pulmonary edema.
LlttTMAJNM ttenry uiaimann, o rji fif
teenth street. North, October 2o, il years;
concer of bladder.
K ALSTON Cyrena Ralston, 53 Et Slrty
flr street, North. October 25, 54 years;
KflrtiirtmA ,if crallhldflrlpr.
BEMIS Sarah U. JBemts, monnt view anav
tMrinm- October 25. 48 rears; apoplexy
TOZIEB Susan Tozier, 6617 Sixtieth avenue.
S. E., October So, 7& year; senility.
M4RTIN & FORBES CO.. florists, 34
Wash. Main 269, A-1269. Flowers for
all occasions artistically arrangea.
iLAKKh iJROH., florists, tine llowers
and floral nesiarns. 287 Morraon st.
iVl aX M. SMl'l'H, ilorist, 11 alb St..
in PelHner bldR. Main 7Z15.
CT sprays as low as .o.
Lubllner, florists. Portland hotel blR
A splendid residence undertaking s.
tabilsnment, witn private anveway,
J. P. FINLEY & SON,
Montgomery at Fifth.
MR. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading
funeral director. 220 3d St.. corner
Salmon. Lady assistant. Phones A
1611. Main 607.
F, S. Dunning, Inc.
East Bide Funeral Directors,
East Alder st. East 52, B-2526.
Dunning &McEntee HSSSSTn
every detail. 7th arid Pine. Main 430,
A-4568. Lady assistant.
East 1088. C-1088.
Lady attendant. Day and night service.
WALTER C. KENWORTHY, successor
to A. B. Hemstocit. 1687 m. iatn.
Beliwood 71, B-1123 Lady assistant.
and Kerby. Wood-
lawn 3308, C-1133. Automobile bearse.
A. D. KEN WORTH y & CO. calls
promptly answered in all parts of
city., I. u. r . ma., ients. itoor ozoi.
R, T, Byrnes
Williams and Knott.
East HIS, C-1943.
6188, A-2286. 445 Mors.
Undertaking Co. Main 4152
A-2S21. Cor. 3d and Clay.
UarY1jnr1 K. 80th and Glisah. S"u
liailllllUII neral services. Tabor 4313.
PF A RQHM Undertakers. Has
1 CAAnOUlM S69-371 Russell st.
P. Li. LERC1I, leading east side under-
taKcr. K. Ilth & Clajlf. B-1883, E. 781.
PORTLAND MARBLE WKS. 264-266
4th St., opp. city hall. M. 8564, A-1516.
BUILDING ON RAILROAD TRACTS
We Will lease or rent otir buildlner.
50x240, and sufficient ground to meet
requirements, to desirable parties
wanting factory, laundry, warehouse.
etc., premises. Kee Owner. 30 11th st.
FOR SALE HOUSES
EAST Lincoln street snap; 5 ,room bun
galow, corner lot, 1 block to car: a
big snap at $2200; $100 down and $15
ZADOW & ALEXANDER,
414 Corbett bldg. .A-1416, Marshall 92.
$525 equity in modern bungalow, 15
minute out tor $3uo. Main 7609,
$25 DOWN. $18.60 fER MO.
5 roomed modern bungalow.
$700 equity in 5 room modern bunga
low; must sell quick today; price
si uo, 88 iutn. Marsnau
VERY fin home cheap, Irvington, 7
rooms, choice, select mahogany and
oak finish. W. H.Herdrdan, East 2 73.
$650 BUYS my dandy little 3 room
house on good carline, close in. See
owner. 512 Piatt bldg.
COZY home, good location, all modern,
easy terms. Mrs, Smith, 469 BidWell
ave. Sellwood car.
- J20 MONTHLYNO MORE.
New - double constructed bun
galow, basement, Dutch kitchen,
laundry trays,- full plumbing, 2
bedrooms, lot 50x100, with al
ley, close to Mt. Tabor carlina.
Only small cash payments re
quired. The Oregon Home Builders
, 1330 Northwestern Bank bldg.,
Marshall 8718. A-6291.
LOOK.! Look! I am forced to raise
money. Read and eee! If lookinar
for a home, you will never beat this.
A 6 rom new house, just finished.
at the price of a 4. Listen; hard
wood floors, fireplace, all built in
conveniences, big-basement, 28x36, tre
mendous attic, double constructed,
every room lajge, finest plumbing fix
ture; best shower bath on market,
pedestal china lavatory, etc.; built by
day; ioo feet from car. Soma terms.
rrice 2700. Owner, Woodlawn 3186.
26 pEii MONTH, which includes in
terest, buys new S room bungalow,
injiin yvivii, want, iiicpiavCf
all built-in conveniences, hardwood
rioors, gas ana electric rixtures ana
window shades installed, one large well
lighted room for sewing or double bed
room, full concrete basement with ce
ment floor, stationary wash trays and
wood hoist, cement sidewalks; near
good streetcar line, schools, churches
and park. Ready for occupancy Nov.
1st. .Phone East 6687.
Small house, beautiful 50x100 foot
lot; disappearing, bed. 550 cash pay
ment clown, balance at 15 Per month.
including interest. Tak Rose City
Park car to 7 2d st.
GREGORY INVESTMENT CO.
WILL sacrifice swell modern 2 fam
ily flat. S and 6 rooms, worth $8600,
now $5900, $1000 down and $25 per mo.
Walking distance on E. Yamhill et.
See owner, 171 E. 23d. Phone East 5948.
and $15 per month will buy a pretty
5 room bungalow with lot 50x100. In
Fern Park: a ereat ba.r2a.in for 11000:
on these attractive terms buyer must
give rererence.s. Apply tjuick
HAMMOND MORTGAGE CO.
423 Chamber Of Commerce.
$850' 3 room shack on a half acre of
ground. This property lays level
and overlooks the ' east side moun
tains. City water piped in front of
ihi tract, lr you are looking tor a
rome site it wlll'pay you to see thla;
$50 down, $10 a-month. M. E. Lee, 505
EAST Franklin street snap. Fine
room modern house, 4 bedrooms,
furnace; a big snap at $300U; $250
down, $15 per month; near East Stith.
Make an otter.
ZADOW & ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett bldg. A-1416, Marshall 92
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your Own
plans or ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOME-BUILDERS,
1330 Northwestern Bank bldg.
80x2d0, 3 room house, $5 monthly, $650.
Broom modern house, $15 monthly,
including interest; $1700.
A. C. MARSTERS, 202 WILCOX BLD.
MAIN 8517 A-7340 TABOR 1770.
BY, owner, good business corner lot
with 8 room house, on Greeley and
Portland boulevard. Take St. Johns
car. $2300; your own terms.
WHEN you answer These Want Ads,
mention The Journat.
FOR SALE LOTS
$1300 EQUITY An lot in Ladd's addi
tion for $650; balance $1000 at 6,
with second mortgage privilege to
builder. Close to Hawthorne and 12th
and worth double what I ask, but I
must sell. Would take clear suburban
lot. K-248, Journal.
$o50 Quarter acre tract located on
the west side, 5e car fare, city water
piped in front of this property. This
is positively the beat buy around Port
land. Lays high and sightly, fine soil;
terms $10 down, $5 a month. M. E.
Lee. 505 CQTbett bldg.
REAL sacrifice, 3 beautiful lots, 50x
125 each, close to car; streets im
proved, no gravel, alley in back; forced
sate with , loss to me. See and be
ileve; $375 each. Owner. Woodlawn
WILL sell 2 lots at great sacrifice on
E. Stark St., near 83d st. C-S39, Jour
nal. Phone Marshall 6896.
WHEN you answer thbeu Want Ada,
mention The Journal.
5 ACRES FOR $260
$10 down and $5 per month buys 6
acres good logged-of f land 1 mile from
main fine of railroad and town of 1000
gopulatlon. with cannery, creamery,
etween Portland and Astoria- Land
from $35 to $60 per acre on these
terms. Many 5 acre tracts to choose
BELL REAL ESTATE CO.,
SIS Railway Exchange bet 3d and 4th
sts. on stark.
IMPROVE your condition; move right
on an improved acre with buildings
and fruit trees, in Oregon's greatest
little town, Woodburn; sidewalks to
place; a rare opportunity, at $950.
Terms. Owner, Woodlawn S18B.
IMPROVED 20 acres, 2 miles north
of Mt. Angel; 40 rods to good (school.
Q. W. Leap, Woodburn, Or. R. F. .
A. QUARTER of an acre worth $500,
will seil for $276; on Mt Soott car-
line, 10 minutes east of Lenta; half
casn. Mam 4Z36.
WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention rne journal.
IN THE SHOW LIKE
- FOR SALE HOUSES
i -i. -i -u..-u.t5?fty??c?- -
CHICKEN and fruit rancnes near Port
land; Gresham district, electric sta
tion hi mile. New subdivision. Sun
shine Valley orchard tracts; best soil,
free wood; elegant location. Prices
only )7S to $160 per acre In small
tracts; easy terms. Frank McFariand
Realty Co., 80S Yeon bldg., Portland. Or.
Gibson Half Acres
Good soil, city water, ( close to car
line, easy terms; will build to emit pur
chaser. Phone Marshall 1585 or Sell
wood 476. . John H. Gibson, owner.
1700 BUYS a half acre tract, located
on west side, 6c car fare, city water
piped in front of the tract, soil free
from rock and gravel, lies level. Why
pay rent when you can get a piece of
ground this size where you can grow
all your vegetables, chickens, etc.
xerms, zo casn, $io a month., m. m.
Lee, 50S Corbett bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS
TO one wishing cheap brush land
should buy this direct from the
owner and save commission fees; 160
acres, about one half level enough to
piow; about ao acres old growtn tim
ber: youn? orchard, small house and
barn; no rock; $12 per acre if sold
immemateiyi. For runner particulars,
M. W. Ruble, Alsea, Or. .
48y ACRES, 1 miles from Oregon
V A t a ov-oei i rt Mil tivti 4j-i crrrr 1
room house. 3 wells, 12 cows, 3 horses,
good milk route, all kinds of farm im
plements; no waste land; a big snap at
tl5,800; $3000 down and $50 per
month or will take Portland property.
ZAIXJW & ALEXANUEK,
414 Corbett bldg. A-1416, Marshall 92.
JJUiU i tai HI VliCl 111 UUIUilTCDl,
5 and 10 acre tracts beaverdam land
In live section, with R. R.. stores,
schawls, etc., convenient home market.
This land selling fast to people know
ing: soil and land values. Will furnish
lumber and cattle to reliable people, all
on easy terms. o27 Corbett bldg.
CHANCE FOR A POOR MAN.
10 acres, 13 miles to Portland, 3 to
Sherwood, on county road, best of soil,
600 cords of wood. $90 Der acre: $150
ash, $100 pef year, 6 per cent.
W. 11. SElTZi & CO.,
310 Spalding bldg. Main 6584
OWNER must raise cash; wFll sell
to the highest bidder, 640 acres,
near w aurora, Washington; bidder ai
lowed three weeks to examine land
Further information. W. W. Jordan,
S02 Lumbermens bldg.
20 ACRES $800.
Splendid, level farm land, close to
school station. 81 fare from Portland.
$100 cash. Claude Cole, S17 Board of
FOR SALE 38 acres, 14 in cuitiv'
tion. miles from railroad. $1
fare to Portland; $50 per acre. If you
haven t money aon t answer. u-z
WHiv' you answer these Want Ad,
mention The Journal.
RENT OR RUY
"WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention 'rne journal.
160 ACRE homestead relinquishment,
2 miles from R. R. and mile from
creek; south'of Portland; J250. Home
stead Realty Co., 232 Washington sU,
GET the best homestead land in Ore
gon; level, rich soil, no rock or
stumps: uood water, timber, free, near
railroad now building; unlimited free
stock range. ii.h St. Main nil
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE 24
EAST SIDE four flats, modern house,
and one vacant lot. cash value $14.
000; will trade $10,000 equity for good
farm within 60 miles Of Portland, near
station: must be good potato land.
Two lots on E. Sherman, near 24th,
for Irvington house, and assume.
Acre near station and diamond jewel
ry for Studebaker machine.
Goldschmidt s Agency, 208 Stock Kx-
cnange bldg., ad and amniii
FINE wheat land, with young fruit
trees, 1 mile from Madras, or., so
acres; to exchange for Portland or
Hillsboro property. For Information
writ to owner. Mrs. Mary Thiele
man, Madras Or.
HAVE splendid 160 acre farm, 1 mile
-. . ' 1 1 . . . 1 ; u .i a4.--v-. Or. Air.. l-
fenced aind cross-fenced, good build
ings, level, rich soil; want acreage or
citv property. Claude Cole, B17 Board
$700 equity la 6 room modern bun-
eraiow tor automobile, furniture.
diamonds or anything of value. Must
go. 8ft loth st.
TO TRADE Equit,y Of $765 in lOOx
100 corner lots in vvarrenton ior dia
monds or good mortgage not to ex
ceed 81000. or will sell cheap. B-999,
TWO clear lots on west side, $8000;
will exchange for modern 5 or 6
room bungalow on east side. A. J.
Farmer 407 Stock Exchange.
If your real estate has value and you
want to make a good exchange for
other property, see us. Sell Real iz&r
tate c:o.. sis Railway Kxenange Did:.
CLEAR city property, close in. $7000;
will trade for small improved farm,
near Portland. A. J. Farmer. 407 Stock
TEN acres, Salem Electric, Greenburg
station, accept trade. Wolfstein, 105
6 ROOM modern house for improved
far,m or acreage; will assume. 311
All sky bldg.
3 7-ROOM modern houses, on one lot.
for improved acreage, ciose in. 311
FOR EXCHANGE Vacant lots or cot
tage for some . kind oi Business.
WHAT hav you to trade fir vacant
lots or cottages? Main 1Z13.
MULTNOMAH ABSTRACT CO. moved
to 315 Northwest bldg. Main 4033
WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention rne journal.
THIS, AT THAT
RG you GoH(H(K
0 WTTN Htf?
EXCHANGE REAXi ESTATE 24
WE HAVE FOR EXCHANGE
barn, stock and machinery, for east
ern ore. tarm.
Several modern houses ior larms.
Acreage in cult, for house and lot.
IS urn Oram! Junction. Col., all
imp.. Vi fruit, house, etc., for Portland
800 acre wheat farm for valley or
Many more good properties.
GARLAND & LIND. 191 4th St.
To EXCHANGE Substantial equity
in 6 room buntralow. in Vancouver.
Price- J2000: want medium priced acre
age in southern Oregon. Owners only.
isox 44, castierocK, rwasru
WANTED Cheap lot as first payment
on 4 room bungalow; sleeping porch,
fixtures, shades; price $1800; 801 Ger
llnger bldg. j
WANTED REAL ESTATE 31
WANT to buy a 6 room modern
hunsraJnw In Hawthorne or Sunny-
side district, not necessarily new, but
In good condition; room for garage; to
cost about $3000; large lot, good loca
tion, as first payment; 10&4 iiaw
thorne; Tabor 2017 or Tabor 2912.
WANTED 5 or 6 roam bungalow
from party who will take lot as first
payment; full description in first let
ter. iu-zbS), journal. .
WHEN you answer these Want Ads.
mention The Journal.
11 rnnrti hntj and cold water every
room. hot. witfir heat call bells, hard
wood finish, all nicely furnished, rent
only $76. One of the most modern
hotels In the city, well worth $3tuu.
First on comes gets mis ior aauu.
terms. Peters, 15 is. Btn st.
9 Rooms, Rent $25
Fine Wet Side corner; nice home
with a fair income; for business rea
Ki.ri.- miinr son cmirk: nrice cut to
$250; vi cash. Inquire 88 10th, near
ROOMIKfl house. 10 rooms, nice, mod
em place, all H. K.; well furnished
and clean; fine, close In location, west
Ktdft rent "Aniv 128 month: nrloe. all
complete. $250, terms $150 cash. Call
91 4tn st.
11 room roominsr house In White
Temple district; hot, cold water in
rooms, steam heat, cheap rent, cleanest
place in city; worth $600, price today
ior an tzsu. meters, 10 n. on.
12 Room Apt., $200
12TIT ST.. NEAR YAMHILL.
Good furn.. worth $650; price today
at sacrifice. This is a snap. Rent
$30. 408 Gerlinger Bldg.
ROOMING house, 23 rooms, rent $50
month, brick building, rine location,
well furnished; price $660. Good money
maker. Call iwi 4tn st.
S2i CASH PAYMENT. PRICE $150.
7 rooms of fair furniture, 2 blocks
of city hall, rent $20. Some income
and free rent. Call 804 4th.
WHEN you answer these Want Ada,
mention The Journal.
BUSLNESS CHANCES 20
FOR RENT Restaurant completely
equipped, fine location. If you are
in the market for a good restaurant
it will pay you to see this, as we aro
in a Dositlon to make a very attrac
tive ..price. W. J. Davie 605 Corbett
YOUR chance to buy an up-to-date
confectionery store, with 10 fx. foun
tain, comoleta in every way. In live
country . town; terminus of electria
railway being finished; worth $2200
Price, ir taken at once, iieuo. vv-v
$1100 Grocery Snap
ALL FOR $1,100. TODAY.
Invoice $1900. First-class stock,
busv location. West Side, reasonable
rwnt. Must leave city. 408 Gerlinger
A PROMINENT collection agency,
known throughout the country for
Integrity and efficiency, will sell the
agency for Portland to a party Who
can furnish the best of references aa
to character, etc. YX-952, Journal.
Beautiful Store, $390
Worth double, grocery, confection
ery, etc., 2 furnished ing rooms.
stock alone worm tne money. 502
iKED stole, in a C. & E. R. R. town
in Linn county. Dwelling house and
lot alongside. S Fine location. Only
$1000 cash; cheap. E. M. Ittmball,
FOR SALE 3 chair barber shop, do
ing good business; other business
cause for selling; price $800 cash;
wood in for winter. W. E. Anderson,
Pox 295, Tillamook, or.
WANTED To buy small restaurant or
hotel in or out of town, or will taka
half rntQrent. Address B. Gates, 144
11th at., citv.
hTgT? class confectionery and iunch
business for Bale cheap; clears $250
month. Can try it, before you buy.
Room 829. Morgan bldg.
PARTNER wanted for a small repair
shop; pay you $100 month. Room
329, Morgan bldg.
1000 Business Cards, 75c
Ryder Ptg. On , R. W cor. 36 & Morrison
HAVE you small amount to Invest and
wlllinsr to work 8 hours a rlav for
$150 month? Call 303 Lumber Ex.
1000 Business Cards, 75c
Rose Citjf Prlntery, 9d and Taylor,
WANTED Partner, clpaninr. press
ing; $75 required; will teach busi
ness. 231 6th
'HaRTSER shop for sale, easy terms.
1162 Union ave.
WANT to trade auto for small stock
of groweries or timber. C-257$.
WlilrN you answer these Want Ads,
mention The Journal.
HA HA YDW
TO G&T A. PftX.G
HtM M THS
A SUBSTANTIAL Interest m oldest
established high class mercantile in
stitlon on Puget sound can be secured
by a capable business man who can
assume active part In management.
mis ousmess nas maae severni for
tunes and is capable of making many
more; at least $20,000 cash and not to
exceed $35,000 required. Address prin
cipals direct, care H. Erwln French,
f. O. Box 10Z, Seattle, wasn.
Trade, Trade, Trade
Grocery utores. roominar houses.
hotels, restaurants, etc. I manipulate
and neip to rinance your aeais. uei
. L. GODDARD, 408 Gerlinger bldg.
IAVE patented article that will sell
wherever coal or wood stoves are
used. Will sell, or you can manufac
ture on royalty basis. Hickman, ua
1st , st.
MONEY" TO LOAN
LOANS on lninroved citv Drooertv or
for building purposes; advance made
as Duiiding progresses; iiDerai repay
ment privileges; no commissiort J. P.
Lipscombs, 242 stark st. tm
WE have money to loan on your real
estate; first mortgages only.
HAMMOND MORTGAGE COMPANY,
423 Chamber of Commerce.
I. L. WHITE.
701 Selling bide,
BUILDING LOAN'S on city and subur
ban property; money advanced aa
work progresses. W. G. Beck, 316 Fall
ing oiag. Main 84U.
$100,000 on mnrteares. citv and farm
nroDertv.' fire insurance McKensie
& Co., Gefllnger bldg., 2d and Alder.
MONEY to loan in amounts of $100
to $5300 on city property. A. H. Bell,
201 Gerlin gerbl d g.
Mortgages bought and sold. John L.
Karnopp, Railway Exchange) bldg.
To Loan Any Amount
REAL estate loans, mortgages, bought
and sold. u. a. Hartman. ill rii-
CASH paid for mortgages, notes, eon
tracts; mortgage loans; reasonable
rates. F. H. Lewis & Co., Lewis bdlg.
MORTGAGE loans at current rates.
Real estate security. Apply room 202
Stock Exchange. 3d and lamniu.
MONEY to loan, 6 to 8 per cent. W. H.
Beltz & Co,.' 810 Spalding Didg.
MORTGAGE LOANS, S and 7 per cent.
Louis Salomon & Co., zaB stark at.
MORTGAGE loans I to I per cent.
Fred c. King, 814 Hpaiomg niog.
MONEY TO IX) AN ON REAL ESTATE.
A. H. HARDING, ,8 13 Cham, of Com.
$1000 to $7000 for city or farm loan.
Tabor 2520 or C-6 56, Journal.
$40,000 OR LESS. FARRINGTON.
80 4th st. Board of Trade bldg.
VARIOUS amounts for mortgages; no
commission, ward, Alisky bldg.
WHEN you answer these Want Ads.
mention The journal.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
AT EASTERN RATES,
W have one of the finest retail
jewelry stores in the city. A loan de
partment is conducted in connection
with same, making business bikiui
Lt CONFIDENTIAL. Absolutely no
ilgns designating loan business dis
played in front of our store. All mer
chandise nledaed Is held for a period
of seven months, Whether or not In
terest la Daid when due. wo aro n
censed and have been established since
1899. No connection with any Other
lnavn Ktahliahments in this citv.
A. & M. DELOVAGE, JEWELERS.
354 Wrasningto st.
WE MAKIO LOANS IN ft Hotjk3v TIME
At Legal Rates
We loan money on diamonds, pianos,
real estate, plain notes or furniture.
Portland Loan Co.
Room 05 Rothchild bid.
Bet. 4th and 6th on Washington st.
$ $ $ STATE SECURl'rV CO. $ $ $
is u ) rs. r n a
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES
$10 TO $100
CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO
ABSOLUTELY NO SECURITY.
Business Strictly Confidential.
STATE SECURITY CO.. .
$ $ $ 3 0 FAILING BLDG. $ $
m6ney at "once.
PRIVATE PLACE to OBTAIN LOANS
Diamonds, watches. Jewelry, etc.
SEPARATE DEPT. FOR LADIES.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDEN
TIAL. ELBY CO. (Lloensedj.
820 Lumber Ek. bldg., 2d and Stark.
MONEY on chattels, notes and mtks
bought. Columbia Loan Co., 206
S wet land. .
LOANS on real estate, diamonds, jew.
elry. Wm. Holl, R 8, Washington bldg.
MONEY to loan on diamonds Jawelry.
S. w. King, 4 5 Washington Diog.
LOANS on diamonds, jewelry, strictly
confidential. 141 a tt, near Ajasr.
WHEN you answer these Want Ads,
mention The Journal.
WE have a client who wants to bor
row $10,000 to $12,000 giving as se
curity good inside property,
THE OREGON llOMK BUILDERS.
1330 Northwestern Bank building.
Marshall 371 S A-8291
WANTED To borrow $600 on a house
and lot worth $1400, located on the
west side. W. J. Davie, 505 Corbett
WANTED. $500. 8 PER" CENT.'
WHEN you answer these Wast Ada,
mention The Journal.
i Mifxr set rN
Trie PaMO OrT A t6
A SLEAU tXSci
FIRST and second mortgages, also sew .
lers interest in contracts purchased.
Oregon and Washington. H. K. Nobis,
Lumbermens bldg. ;j j .
WHEN you answer thesw Want Auj,
mention The Jotiriiiii.
STOCKS ANU ! BONDS 53
NOTICE Los Angelas. CaL, Oct, 20,.
1814. ' The undersigned desires to
purchase bonds of I lame Telephone &
Telegraph company ft Pornand. Or
(A r 7 , Mi.n, n A " r a v .. 1 .1,--.
seven hundred dollarftj all unmatured
interest coupons to iqoompany bonds.
Buomu orrers in wnmg not later tnan
Nov. ?. 1914. at 6 n. Hi: Addresa J. M
Coverly, trust of ffcefl Title Insurance
and Trust company iTitle Insurance
ouiiqing. uon AnRelfry, t.-ai.
HELP WANT:l MALE 1
DON'T look for woflcr-There-Is blc
demand for autontpbile drivers ana
repair men. Our expert Instructors
qualify you in three 3o five weeks and
assist in securing goja positions. Jdring
this ad. for one free! lesson.
PACIFIC AUTO M GAS ENGINE
166-268 11th kt. fear Jefferson.)
Y. M. C. A. EMPLOYMENT DEPT.
Record for year IjflS;
Calls for men ... .t,. ............ 2685
Positions filled 194i
All young men staking' employment
are cordially in vitej to consult With
the secretary of ttt I employment de
partment. WANTED Partner! icleanlng, press
- Ing; 476 requlredif jwlll teach busi
ness. 231 6th. ;S J
WANTED Two livi i8olicltors. tw call
on mercantile trade. 613 Chamber
WANTED at one. nan to learn auto.v
repairing and driving. Call Haw
thorne Garage, 445 Hawthorne ave.
WANTED To me; J man who play
piano or guitar fjrj road work. 223
West Park at.. Kinegsly,
WHEN you answerf these Want Ads,
mention Tne jourwiai-
CHEF Headquartefe and helpers, Cal
ifornia wine Deign. d$f) xamnin.
HELP WANTED MISC. 40
WE TEACH automobile repairing and
driving, km engineering and ma
chine shop work, h actual machin
ery in operation, fverytning practical
and un-to-date. Cj!1 or write. West
era Automobile and iingineering School
orrice oi. nawtnorie ave. -
OREGON LAW SCHOOL A thorougn
practical course in law: bo tims lost
from regular occtfbation: recitations
evenings. Samuel "K. Richardson, dean;
M, Morengaa, sec. 310-317 wommon-
weaitn dw, portwnd. ur.
USE youfspare ame to build up ai
mail Atttacr business of your own.
We bfflp you siatjt for a share In
proflt; 27 opportltnlties. PartlcUars
free. Dent, A-25, pportunlUes Exclu.
Buffalo. N. Y. f : .
MOLER Barber Cotiege wants men and
women, to ii-arn tae trade, in a weeks.
Clean work, percentage paid wht
learning; tools rre; scaip aiid laoa
massage a special
d st. 2
end for free catn
aiogue, 48 im Sd
HUNDREDS govesrttnent Jobs open to
women, tsig pay: net tree. Frank
lin Institute, Depi.! 706-B, Rochester,
N. Y. i
RAILWAY mail clicks wanted. Com
mence $75 monUf i Sample examina
tion questions fr8!. Franklin Inati-
tuta. liept. 4 W w. ljiij;nwter. N. Y .
THOUSANDS government jobs open to
men and womenj $65 to $160 month.
Write for list. IfFranklln Institute,
Dept. 350 Si Rochester. N. Y.
SHORTHAND, tiicwrlting. experP
onced teacher, piw tuition 711 E.
6 1st st. N. Tabo 6864.
S5rs H I N S O A LMSi Business SchooC
502 Empress bpg. Individual in
tructlons; positions; when competent.
UNCALLED for tijlor made suits $6.50
up. Taylor, the "jailor, 289 ft Burnslde.
PcTfIC Chiropractic College. Too,
407 to 418 ComSionwealth hid.
WHEN you answ-Ji' these Want Ada,
mention The Jdyjnal.
HEfJ WAN PKMALK 2 '
I AM widower vltti one boy, school"
age. Want a IJMsekeeper on ranch.
No objections to Sine or two children.
Address Bo 171,junlon, Oregon.
WANTED High School girl as a com
panion and toil assist with' hou
work; good home Quo children. C-2411
rk; good home g no children. C-2411
l ay. I J.t
lNTEd4 In a Snlnister's family of
wo, girl for tji-ijoral housework. Ap-
ply 140 E. 12th i- between 9 and 2
W ANTED A lad to care for an old.
lady at night t room and board
Tabor 2492. if
WaTTTTSD Rpf InStl housekeeper on
farm, w-7 8, Jsjurnai.
WHEN you ans&f these Want Ada,
mention The Journal.
LP WANT!) MALE AN1
Oregon barber CiJlWewUl teachott
the trade in 8 eks; scalp and face
massage speclaltjif tools free; positional'
guaranteed; payWhiie learning; tu
tlpn reduced this jff-m. 33 Madison. ':
AMATEUR vaudigkllle team, man and
woman, for refcd. Call afternoons -room
7, 241 5th B. Harta.
v HEN -you antswVr theso Want AO'
mention -Th Journal.
PAINTING, tlntlse. oa d ring. Guaran
teed work; haras times prices. - Phono
East 6467. il - i
YOtJNG man wiat!H work of any klnd7
so that he mair! attend night school.
Call B-3444. H ;
STRONG young -ijiati whose mother Is
111 wants steaxfv work or odd job
ftt once. At34jjari Main 717.
A HARDWARE-' itlan wants posltionj
good reference.; would do other
work, f-ll. Journal,
POSITION wsntfefiTof any kTSd; "stnMll
wages. K-248j Journal.
Carpenter, ftest class, wants work,
day or contrae.i Sellwood 2M1.
By ud" Fisher