The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 09, 1919, Page 22, Image 22

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TIIC OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL?. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING.
1101 BUILDING
. HOW UNDER WAY
; ON LARGE SCALE
Survey of 'Residence Construe
' tion Now Under Way in Port
i land Shows Result.
That -: Portland has already entered
upon construction proeram of con
siderable tnacntta - 1 shown tor the
increasing- number ot buUding- permits
Issued ot the city hall duTlng- the past
' week. Among the residence permit s
"euod are 27 allotted to J. W. MeFadden
, for the erection of dwelJirwga i
. City Park. These are to Co&t from $259
to J30OO each and will ha placed on the
market at easy term, it number of
; these 'houses are now Mariner compie-
'.irhj. -Portland Realty! Trust com-
secured oermtoston to buHU
four residences ooKtinpc 82500 eaeH. These
re located on East Grant street oeiwccn
v.rtv-tirhth and Fiftieth.
Theo. Autsen will erect a 4OO0 rest-
' dence at 40 South Willamette ouie
- m Ft Jfihn(rm has taken out a
r permit to trolld a 13000 dwelling at 1L4
Kast Madtaon. A. I Hampton will
? erect a $2600 homo at 411 Morgan street.
1 tort ween Union avenue and East Sixth.
.mJ. B. Rhend has secured a permit to
i build a residence costing- 83000 at 1669
f- Sacramento street. K. B. Turner win
irnuild a home at 763 East Seventeenth
north, costing- $3000, and T. B. Winahip
will build a 13000 homo at 579 East S?v-
centeenta street. .
Stewart Creitrhton will erect a rest
dence costing $2000 at 649 Kenilwortb
.".avenue.
' Emil Nelson has construction tinder
pway on a $4500 residence at 116 Flan
kers street,
i. H. K. Fleischaur Is blinding- a home
'at 694 Stanton street.
. F. W. Clark is erecting- a home at
i 1074 Rodney avenue, valued at $10,000.
' The Ross Buikiing company has pro
ceeded to construct two house at Fifty
' third and Alameda drive.
'. The Pond Building company has made
rrnnMmmitii to construct four houses
" Sn Roys City Park and has already en-
'tered upon construction.
- f The Pal una Buildlnc company has
ilrMdv entered vnon construction of a
- home at Laurelhurst.
i Tha C. J. Johnson company has like-
wise . begun, construction . of a residence
- at 61 East "orty-Kira nortn.
& N. P. Peterson is building- a horn in
Xrvington.
1 George Weller, builder, is now erect'
fine three houses at Fifty-seventh street
i and Sandy. ;
The Watts building company la build
Ing- five houses at tha present time in
.Rosa City Park.
Dunsmoor f&t Orcher have already
. i started three' bouses at Fifty-fourth and
Alameda drive.
: N. O. Ecklund is building- a $7000
- -home at Sixty-second and Alameda
drive..
t -The Coa- A. McKenna company is pre
: paring for ah extensive building pro
i gram. and is now actually building three
r houses at Mae rum and Lombard streets.
- ' Heed College Erecting Homes
" J. Announcement is made that the Reed
'College Foundation will Immediately
proceed with the building of flvs flve-
. room bungalows near the steel plant tn
u South Portland. These homes win be
built to sell, and the college r trustees.
, through its endowment foundation, are
erecting these homes as an investment
if, of institutional fun da These building
i operations will be carried on in eonnec
. tion with the purchasing bureau of the
, "Own Tour Home" campaign, through
wich bureau contractors, building com
. panles and individual horaebuildere will
t secure the advantage of wholesale prices.
tnus effecting a large saving in connec
S.tlon with construction.
, The W. P. Puller company announces
that sates of material for the construe
. tion of 20 new houses have been made
during the past week. Other dealers
j-ln building materials report heavy r-
. -
' 4
J. L. Hartman Co.
Sells Homesites
; c' One of the hopeful indications of the
realty market is the movement of va
: cant' property. The J. I. Hartman
company reports the sals of 45 home
i :, sites during the past few weeks. The
)ma Jority of these are located in Rosa
lty Park and will be built upon im
mediately, according to Mr. Hartman.
Kan s an Buys Myrtle Creek Ranch
Roseburg-, March t. The John DIx
- fruit ranch, consisting of 128 acres, lo
cated near Myrtle creek, has been sold
'' to A. W. Caswell, a recent 'arrival from
Kansas, for : $9600. Negotiations were
conducted through the agency of W. A.)
"Bogard.
General Insurance
BONDS
i . McCargar, Bates & Lively
t Yeon Building Main 168, A-2 6 94
LINOLEUM AND
; CORK TILINGS
. CORK FLOOR PRODUCTS CO.
- t3 BKOADWAY. NEAR TAYLOR
"Where to Get It"
?7-. .' " PHfWE BROADWAY 18 FOR
COAX "
- Standard Brick & Tile Co.
'.gr FIFTH STREET
.- ' ' r We Bsts a Ceal to Suit Every Need, "
f ALSO FIB COKDWOOUt
4EMMERER and
r . - ROCK SPRINGS COAL
, TBB CLEANEST AND BEST BTJBMXNU
. IXlaUt. CRICKS KEVAHONABLa.
., CLlYSTAUICE-'& STOaAtii.
- iAW , ; v
East 844 B-1144.
- "NATIONAL FT7EI. 'Uo. Short alabwooa, block-
wood, x load lota. 4 -It. country slab. J. 2041
-CCT?DWOOD 37.60 par cord, dausarad.
Phone
Home Purchasers Are
Reliable, According
To FranklL. McGuire
After tnanr rears in the realty busi
ness in Portland; during which ha has
sold thousands of homes to wage-
earners and .salaried men, Frank u.
McOuire declares that ha. baa never
had recoorse r to i lUJgatlon to enforce
tha terms of a contract and that ha
has ever lost money on a. tranaao
tion. By careful attenUoa to details
and fairneaa In dealmtf with buyer and
seller,, friction of any kind way
avoided, says Mr. Meuutra.
The demand for homes wnunnw
strong and there s a aectaea move
ment in suburban property, acooruina
to Mr. McGuire. To meet tnis iawer
development he has established a spe
cial department to tax rt oi
ub
urban butanees.
PAUL C. MURPHY IS
Portland Realtor in Washington
as Head of National "Own Your
Home" Educational Work. .
Partlasd'a "Own YOUT HoBle" Cam-
naixrn has received ' ti Indorsement of
tha federal government, according to re
cent "Washington- dispatches, raui v.
Murphy, president of the Portland
Realtv board. ha been In the national
capital for several weeks, directing the
educational work : or tne oepanmem oi
labor in a nation-wide campaign . for
homebuildihg. '-
In recent reports ot this department,
commending the plan adopted by the
management of the Portland campaign,
Mr. Murphy is quoted at length as an
authority oa this subject. -.
Portland Cited at Bxampls
The city of Portland. Or.," said Mr.
Murphy, "expects to build approxi
mately 2000 houses this year. The
population has grown from 223,000 in
1910 to- 327,000 in 1919. in 1911 there
wars ' permits issued for 3224 houses.
aggregating in value $7,915,250. The
next srear 2760 houses, aggregating' in
value J8.347 JSJ. .were buut. in is 13
there was a greater falling off, . only
1817 bouses, valued , at $3,858,175, being-
constructed. The record for the next
five years was: In 1914, 1429 houses,
valuation $2,980,335 ; in 1315, 904 houses,
valuation $2,173,415; in 1916, 473 houses,
valuation $1,314,150; in 1917, 234 houses,
valuation $694,625 ; la 1918, 66$ houses,
valuation $1,102,030.
"We had employed in the building of
homes during 1911. directly and indirect
ly, about 12.000 men, but in 1918 we did
r.ot have more than 1000. Now we have
carpenters thrown out of employment
by the government's cancellation of the
wooden ship contracts, and as lumber is
our chief resource we expect to begin in.
earnest to provide adequate dwellings
for the city's Increased population. Lots
are low in price."
Mr. Murphy will return from Wash
ington the latter part of this week and
will address an audience at the "Own
Tour Home" bungalow on tha motives
of tha government la Inaugurating the
national bomebutldlng movement.
Johnson Cattle Ranch
Subdivided and Sold
Bend. March . The big Johnson cat
tle ranch in the Alfalfa valley has
been divided Into farms of from 40 to
180 acres, which are offered to the land
hungry by J. B. Miner of this place,
Fiv- of the tracts have already been
contracted for. according to Mr. Miner.
The first sale consisted of 80 acres to
Oscar Andrew, formerly-of Fort Rock.
Dairying, hog raising and poultry
raising will be the principal farming ac
tivities of the Alfalfa valley, the rich
lands being admirably adapted to these
purposes Mr. Miner la distributing
several faundrad Canadian poplars
among purchasers of fann property on
this project and offers a prize of $100
fur the best kept lawn during ihe season
of 1923.
Portland Heights
Real Estate Sales
Increasing activity tn Portland
Heights property is reported by Mrs.
John Brooke, exclusive dealer In resi
dence property In this district. For
the past week Mrs. Brooke announce
the sale of the Henry von Greenwald
home at 821 Couhcu Crest Driv to
George N. ' Barker and Semele - G,
Barker. Consideration was" in the
neighborhood of $6000. The house con
tains seven rooms and is modern in
WTO J iilv.w . - --
Another transfer of Council Crest
Pack property was the transfer of the
seven room house at 973 Hillsdale
avenue from Walter V. Smith to George
A. and Helen A. Bright. Consideration
was $4500. ;
Crossley & Vigers -
Make Gash Sales
W. J. Bishop this week purchased the
F. A, Bogart home at 1174 Burnside
street through the Crossley & Vigars
company, consideration being $6500
cash. The house contains eight rooms!
and is strictly modern in construction
and equipment.
Crossley , & Vigars report several
other cash sales during the past month
and "state that they have eaveral ex
cellent negotiations under way.
Valuable Lane County Ranch Sold
Eugene, March 8. R. S. Wynd of
Sprtngileld baa i purchased the . B. O.
Wilson stock ranch, located two miles
above Fall creek, consideration ' being
approximately $15,000. This ranch con
slsts of 348 acres of grazing and agrl
cultural land and is highly improved.
Besides a modern dwelling-house, there
are buildings for the accommodation of
more than 300 bead ot livestock. A
dairy ranch located five miles northeast
of Springfield was accepted as part
consideration. -
Aberdeen Moes Will Build , llall
t Aberdeen. Wash,. March 7. Members
of-the Moose lodge at this place recently
purchased a building; site and are dis
posing of stock In a corporation organ
ised to finance the erection of a temple.
Plans of the structure call for the ex
penditure of $15,000. While stock is- be
ing sold to outsiders as well as mem
bers of the . order. It. is the Intention
eventually to acquire entire ownership
AIDING
GDVERNM
HOUSING
SCHEME
HOME OWNERSHIP IS
BEST ASSURANCE ? OF
GOOD CITIZENSHIP
j r--a- U.trfllu 2nt
Judces of Lourts Are nearuiy in j
Sympathy With the "Own Your
,. r rj l J '
- Home CamOaiffn in rOrtlana.
0 -
No oeraons in public Ufa are in a bet-1
... . ... ik. waaVnAKscs
ter positlOB to- analyza tha weaknesses
and deUnquencies of tha social system
than judge, of eur court Prompted by
inia convicuoo, j. n. bumkius "t"-"" 1
,i.. -r ww. v... iinmA11 1
campaign, has addressed all the federal.
vuiiuiw ini7 auu innuiuiiai j
the city, asking them for an expression I
on the relation of social delinquencies I
and crimes to tha tenement or alum pop-1
ulaUons : also as to the relation existing
wi.Il !r.J- t..tr.T I
uviwwu twu.uuHu.wiiu.. . 1
bona ownership. It Is expected that re-1
sponses will be made by all tha members I
oa 111. juuiu irawriui, awi uw. ua i
public will be given the benefit of the
ODservauons ot our luages : ioucsibe
these important questlona
Charles K. Wolverton. Judge of the U. I
S. distriet court, in his response to this I
..v. r i m.
request, says; - X am in hearty lympa-
-0 .. ,
question, the "Own Your Home idea is I
conducive to an uplift in, social relations. I
A fireside that Is one's own Is an anchor I
to the family Ua. which, above all. stUnu- J
aariuuur in u uwuo auu w i
wnoiesome bearing ana aemeanor Deyona I
it, and will have its effect on wider so-1
clal organisms.".
"The alums and the. tenements are the
places where crime is most prevalent, I
is the statement of Judge John P. Kav-
anaugh. Judge of the circuit court in the I
fourth Judicial district. "It is there that
you find squalor and delinquency in their
most aggravated forms. The vision of
cheerful and wholesome surroundings
seems to inspire the human mind to
nobler thought, and purpose. The bright
and happy homa is one of the greatest
aids in rearing strong, virtuous and am
bitious boys and girls; and our children;
are the hope of the race. Domestic la-,
felicity and Juvenile delinquency are not
confined to the tenant class, but they are
not so frequent in the permanent noma."
. "in uie social oraer, the homo is a
rreat conservative force." continued
Judge Kavanaugh. A homeless people
are more prone to unrest and disorder.
By dividing the lands amonf the peas
ant class. Napoleon laid the foundation
for the most thrifty, prosperous and pa
triotic landed proprietors in Europe.
They Were the sword and buckler of
France in her time of peril. , Socialism '
and anarchy thrive among- a transient.
shifting population. ; Lincoln said. 'Let !
not him that is homeless pull down the
house of another, but let him work dili
gently to build one for himself. Thus, by
example, assure him that his own will be
safe when built.' So, the experience of
years assures men that permanent homes '
make for the economic, social and moral
Improvement of our people."
Bryan Much Improved
Washington. March 8. (U. P.) Wil
liam Jennings Bryan, ill here with ery
sipelas, is much Improved today.
YEW TODAY
WILSON'S AUCTION
. HOUSE
169-171 SECOND ST.
NEAR YAMHILL
REGULAR SALESDAYS
MONDAY, WEDNES-
DAY, FRIDAY
AT 10 A. M.
For , MONDATS SAT.Pl an' 'ETXCrEP-
JKLE
www ouwiuw rmww uxvnxoxa.-
liNtia including : llound and square
Pining Tables. Dining Chairs. Leather
Seat Rockers and Arm Chairs. Library
Tables. Stands. Walnut Wrtting Deskt
sjatiio, wv fMiiuv I a 1V1UH A-rvaOa
Couches and Settees, Iron Beds. Spring
and Mattresses, White Enamel, White
mapie ana fan uressers and v-niironiers, 1
Commodes. Chest of Drawers, Mantel!
KM1. KhMtH. N ins f-lllilt T4lAlr Xll- I
lows. Monitor STEEL RANGE. TWO
OAS RANGES. Dishes. tTtsnaila
peta. Linoleum and other miscellaneous
effects.
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY we sell
again at 10 A. M.
GOODS SOLD AT
PRIVATE SALE
AT ALL TIMES
WE CARRY ALMOST teV ERTTHlttf
YOU MAY WANT LV THE BETTER
GRADE OP GOODS. We mention a few
of the items we have Just added to our
linesgoods that are worthy of your at
tention :
CIRCASSIAN WALNTTT T?FmROOt
SET, WITH CANE PANEL8 ; very
HANDSOME DININO SITITR IN ANT
WERP OAK. - Another COSTLY SUITE
IN THE FUMED FINISH. Several
MAHOGANY PIECES huero EASY
ROCKERS, overstuffed with Genuine
Spanish Leather., come in and look
them over. Also ask to see the UNI
VERSAL COMBINATION RANGE-
good as new. ,-
All GOODS SOLD AT PRIVATE
SALE ARE FIRST-CLASS In every re
spect, fully GUARANTEED and DELIV-
h;kej-i.
GROCERY DEPT.
In Connection. t
3. T. Wilson. Proprietor.
Cash Paid for Furniture. Call Main 1626.
NORTHWEST RUG
COMPANY
FORMER ADDRESS 153 UNION AVE.
New Rugs made from all kinds ot old
earpeta. Carpet Cleaning, Refitting-. He-
stains- itac Hugs woven alt anaea.
Mail Orders Solicited.
EAST 868 . 188 tH. UTii B-12S8
The Famous
Castle Gate Coal
ECONOMY FUEL CO.
XIHE AGEIfTB
. tl4 B-S843 - , 81 GBAWD
AuclionSales
irKTf TODAY
ESTABLISHED 1E92
ON TUESDAY NEXT
AT THE BAKER. . AUCTION HOtTSS
WB SUALti SELL THK FURNITURfc.
rugs, large library of books,
Comprising Good : Library Tables.
I several xurst-ciass Jtvocaers suitaoie xor
Ithe living-room. Easy Chairs in tajpes-
I try. costlv Triolicate Mirror. Laoe Cur-
anil Rllvnr PWm Man-is rtlalr VEWV
COSTLY COWAN mahogany LI-
BRARY TABLH (sice top 36x60 inchea).
wUh jp base; three-piece Mahogany
Parlor Suite, Jardiniere Pots, Pictures,
5
princess juresser, uax uressers wiin
French plate mirrors, best Steel Springs,
Z""LS"XrB:X"""Z
or uooks (inciuainff the first issue OI
The Century, bound in sheep). Quarter-
Sawed Oak Dlmmr-Room Sulto via.,
Reund Table. Buffet and set ot Leather-
f '""i'1 wnwon,
white, Silverware, a few pieces of old
Willow ware. Steel 1 tan pa, oas piftte.
Flreless Cooker, Lawn Mower, Garden
Hose, and many other useful lots.
. . ,Ttr.rwi amn
AtJl lWlNllKK O 1NJ JLJCr
t - . -
The abov is a partial list of what will
be sold. Intending purchasers mjuM
call - tomorrow and look over these
caii - tomorro w ana 100a. ovwr "leas
fds. Also, booklovers, don't overlook
-irh. r .ui ini
A. VI.
-vivt rrvs- tt tt cta a -vr tK.rtrxrn
Ulv X nUROLrl X illiAl
w 8hal hav) another lot of , good
Houseboia Jewniture, varpexs, etc, to
sell.
. AUCTION ON THURSDAY NEXT AT
Ill A U.
WE BUY HOUSEHOLt GOODS POP.
CASH. PHONK NUMBER MAIN 3322
ajnu wuj vyiloj vjaajia.
W.'C. BAKER and W. II. DEAN
Furniture Dealers and Auctioneers
. Mason ia Temple Building
Yamhill and West Park Sts.
Wanted
Apartment
House
City properties clear of
incumbrance, valued at
$50,000. Will assume
mortgage of reasonable
amount and pay cash dif
ference for apartment
house property up to
$125,000. Must be mod
ern, brick, corner, and
well located.
1
. Inside Property Dealers
Ground Floor Henry Bide,
Auction Sale
WEDNESDAY. 2 P. M.
191 SECOND ST.
There will be a good assortment of
medium furniture for this sale and
vou ire sure to ret some tnreiins if
1 . . . , t.... .1.a
J"u aticuu, iui c uavc aiiuusi anj-
thing you need tn the line of house-
flIr Jrer hMfa. h!anVf
WrnuniagS, aressers, beds, DlinketS,
a , . - -4
j pillows. Carpets, StOVeS. rinfte 3,
I chairs, tables, etc.. etc -
c . EADr.
E. U. FOKD, Auctioneer.
N. B. We Sell gnythlng 8t any
I j, tt j
venint to attend nnr al. rail at
, ,
any nme ana you win reaaiiy see that
- . js .e . .
we Can give yOU Some gOOd bargains
in turruture:
Ford Auction Co.
191 SECOND ST.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
Old Rugs aad Woolen Clothing-.
We Make Reversible, Hand-Woven
. They Wear Like Iros. ' ,
Sag- Rare Wtiii aQ Sixes. .
Mall Orders Send for Booklet.
v Carpet Cleaning ;
9x12 Rog-s, Steam Cleaaad, $1.50
WESTERN TLUFP RUfi CO.
(4 Union Ave. Tf.
Bast 4616 Phones B-1478
MEETING NOTICES
41
MACCABEES Portland Tent
- - No. 1 will give a dance at their
hall. 409 Alder st Thursday
evening. March 13; aB are in
vited. A splendid tune hi
sured for ail who attend. A
famous Jaas band will - famish
music fox the occasion. lkaac-
iag will commence at 8 :80 p.
Ladies free.
Gentlemen 35c, COMMITTEE.
FIVE HUNDRED and dance, under I auspicea of
Mangold dub of Oregon assembly - No. 1,
United Artisans, Tuesday evening, March li.
1919. Swiss ban. Sd and Jefferson. Union
music Tolle's orchestra. Daneing and cards
8:45. Admission , 8 6c ; Heireahihents served.
8 prises for csrds. g
COME and bring root friends to the big freej
'. card party and dance Monday evening, atarcn
1 a a na rinn bv Service circle-. Neighbors of
Woodcraft tn their hall. Tenth and Taylor streeta
Bowkers ovefaeetra wiU furnish - the , music and
a very enjoyable time la aaenrea.
' THR ROSU RL'CIAN FELLOWSHIP:
- 408 Tflford bid., cor. 1 0th and . Morrfced
sts. - Lecture by D. i. Dereford on Snnday
March 9. 7:30 P. m.. on the spiritital causes
for the inequalities of btrtfl. free aamnnon.
I EMBLEM Jewelry a specialty, button.
. charms, jaeger oraa. iti isa via
Fluff
Rugs
km
i L0DU1S room toe nab East 8030 renlnsa.
1
. Hard Times Ball
: Wsr yaor old clothes. Erery m la fh eftjr
of Ptotlsnd icnted If a nemtMr or not. Oiim
br Anchor eonncil No. 740, K. n 1 of 8 ia
W. Of W. haU m 11th, Vmtwtmn Wmxhingtoa
and Alder . 'TmkU; wcitt. MaieU 11. A. larsa
floor eommiUee to km overyooa hma ld
time. Wear roar Me ckKhaa . Tbera will be
ptent? of fm. Kansaioe 00011. Prtses for tba
moat appropriate eeatoaaea. Adroissiotl 85 eenta.
last band. Ocaaa set acquainted and $uin Jktf
cbor council, the conneit that doee thing.
KIRKPATRICK COUSOII
2227, KNIGHTS
UJWE8 OF S E O O 81 1 1.
Open Buetins- next , Friday,
March I. 8:80 p. - aj
Sarin ball. d and Jeffewoa
tta. - Audi "iOOO." Enter
tainment, d UK-ins, Hoeha anion
maoc - Ciood prises,
BUaafea 10. - Cosna for a oo tuna. v. J"
Portiaade faeUaVsrowna; eonncu, w '7 .
tha SMdnal tea.. 82 beaaficiarr appiicatlona ia
laet two illn ana aMre waiuoa, c
next BMetins. -, - - - -- - - : . ; -
PORTLAMD BTAB HOME
STEAD So- 42, rotbarhood a
AaerieaB Teomaa, wdl hold their
mnlu taataeaa ii the
aew Moose teanpla, aorner Ui
aed Taylor -, next Thursday
SOB AUAy hVU.. 3d and Morrison at. ; Mala
es. East 7o. y.--'-".--'- - : -
CVANH OKHOK
TCAN YEOMEN, card party and
j.t Maaonia TemDla. BBS
Yamhill St.. VFedaesaayr Match
12. Cards at gr45. daaoiBS at
lit :' A cordial inritatioo to all
vTSTTml their triends. Caioa
'Trr r.i ata.
f7 f- -
B. P. O. EXXS Na, 142. Spe
etel steeUag this Saaday) aft
ernoon t S o'clock for initiation
s flanrfidatea, Visitrns Brothers
Wd0m" M. B. BPAULDINO.
. 4 Sea
M. W. A. IMPORTANT! Ross
fatv fku). M. W. A- meets Mon
day aveninya. tnrtead of Wednesday,
as formerly, at M. W. A. ball, 11th
iC, near Stark. Vkitora cordially te-
Tited.
a1, 4. VAiuauiup wwK.
618 Yeoa bide.
J. "W. Bimawas, cewwl. East 8030.
QjtaJ Statistics
MARRIAGE MCEITSES
Dennis A. Bales, lccal. 8alem. and IAlaa B.
Mike LaaerowiU, 2. 1661 E. Everett at.
and Edda Karkas. 17. same address. .
David Updetftaff, letal. nruror,
. t- lanbcll Hill hotel.
Francie R. Woodbary, 20, Onsoa City, aad
LoriUs Morgan, 18, 88 E. 6d st.
Eraow K. Mersea, haral. 26 Mala a, aad
I Rictiard Weicuss, a, i.o ., - '
Cohen, leaxl. same adaresa
Jtiin ofs Trarma.
and Dorine G. Wyld. 20. 690 E. Madison at.
HenryZeclIa, 24, 048 E. 29th St.. and Caro
lin. Schaefee. local. 617 R.?4th at
Charles Buckley, legal. . "."u'
aad Jessie Bowen, legal. 6830 4ta sea. o. n.
rh.. w Ennwmit 28. 1078 Francis are.
, ,t 9 V VmIHmuIi station.-
Peter Vooucer. J!4, ; a w
Oscar eobnaoa, zo, ie am -.
Sword, legal, iwme address.
Cal. and Gladys Anita Hardy, legal. Alexandra
Takeaea alvan MfwlTfrranerT. mala n awaaaH,
John Eide. legal. Franklin hotel, aad Oun
hfld Lee. same address. m ...
David at. tumtn, ksba,
aad Catherine M. Amery. legal. 171 . Nine-
Abert" Woody. 22. 218 TJhioa ate-, and
Generieve Haynes, 18. AnsteaUa hoteL
George H. AlAlnsoa, i, 4
second st. and Era C iAeaa, zz,jiroawiass.
Cornelius a. Ma.
EUzabeth Humphrey, legal. 264 at
Bert Jenkins, z, one wn, -
Corpening. 28. 728 wawuiorne are.
AjOuis Vieru wwuiwiii, "
Viols Dixon, legal, 788 Clatsop eve.
. . -v. t - l wMannra. ana
Caarles William jaastenoy, a x,
st. and Atha Batter. 19. 888 asm ss.
BIRTHS
CONLOGUE To Mr. and Mrs. V""
ion. 188 Bimrjsoa. March 4, a daughter.
MERWIN To ill. snd Mrs. J. a
602 Mason. Feb. 28, a dsughter.
i. M. Merwin.
' PROPP To Mr. and Mrs. Fredetica srropp.
Linnton, IT.. Jan. jsu, a a. ...
WILSON To Mr. and Mrs - 0 WBson. 861
Oregon. Maren , a na.u
P1LTJSO To Mr. and Mis. J. Piluso, 374 B.
46th, Feb. 21, ,""' - ,offl
DEBTS To Mr. and Mrs. C I. Deets. 890
4th. March 6. a ton. ' '
JOHNSTON To Mr. and Mrs. Fay O. "
mo-to MrMrT John L Moon. 83
- aiagnoiia. a en. .,mu . , r
MYERS To Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Myers.
609 Maiden are-. March 2. s daughter.
SELLA RS Te Mr. and Mrs. E. F. StUars. 760
E. 26th. March 1. a danthter.
PATTERSON To Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Pat
terson. IBZV urana btbw. -
1 daughter. -.", T w
KAWLI.NSOW TO mr. aiw aim- . ... "
son, 858 K. Ota. D. i, a son.
COPLEY To Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Copley. 89
E. 12th. Marsh 1. a son. - ' . ,
liUNDEEN To Mr. and Mrs. victor Annaeen.
20 N. ZUtn, siarcn a. a son.
SANDSTROM To Mr. snd Mr. S. H. Saad-
strom. 814 IS. zntn, inarco m
DEATHS ASP FPKEBA1B
78
I JJTJ?ni
1 sirs, aurrauu . . :, ar.fc
The remains were lorwameu r
8:b JIT" lt ti
where eervicet win be held and tntertaent maae.
auerson In this cit. Maxoh 8, Amanda
C Anderson, aged 48 years, wuo oi ieu
Anderson. The teeaaina wore rcewaTOeayosw
. i;r!i. a w. T T nalav A Son., to
TUerc Wrsh.. where -errioes will be held
and interment maae.
GUNHU3 The funeral . errlces i el the i Ujj
I Andrina Gnnhua will be held Monday, MarcH
IA . 9 rtVlnpk D. OA,, sat til USttrl MUWTin
I -hnrrh. 14th nd D-vTi stae itxwk "wa-
I . . . A. TO ri4- UMl
I T.rartnati at. KnsUI intT OBIMlWeTy.
The
nr'.TWr Montgomery at 6th,
WKIMAN At the residence. 76 Wueo street
M..h ft Anna Weiman. aged s years iu
1 a dara. Friends invited to attend uie
fnneral serrices. WClcn wm oe ueia
fnnenl parlors at 2 p. m. Tuesday. March 11.
1919. Interment Rose City cemetery.
BROWN The funeral serrices of the late Cor
nelia A. Brown will be held Monday morning,
March 10. at 11 o'clock, at the Portland Crema
torium 14th ana xsyoeo w ...u.
SSTsre at Fhuey-s. Montgemery st 6th.
iiuvjdii i&n-h t. Mrs. Josephine Johnson,
uSsrto.n JfiSZIGZ
aivmhmj, ' -r . ,
r-iJ ... KViends inrtted. Interment fam
ily dot Rosa City Park cemetery
TiAVIS On March 7. at the tamuy renaence.
843 East Forty-fifth street. James
BnUer
Dayis, aged 66 yeara.
Funeral servicea will be
held tomorrow
(Uoadu). March 10. at 11
fmn, tha residential funeral home of
Wilson A Roes, East Berentn ana asuitnoman.
Interment Mt Scott Pant cemetery.
REKD March 7, Mary J. Reed, age 77 rears,
k.ii mnlli.f n Mrs. W. . Been. Mrsj
Trni,A- tA ..tl no Raed of this city. Dick
Reed ot Iowa. Funeral services win be held
Vl.rv-h 10. at 10 a. ra . at the chapel
of Miller ec Traeey, Interment at the Mt Scott
Park cemetery.
t.aw Th. Kueml serrices of the late Wel
ter Lane will be held Snnday. March 9, at
2 p. m., at Red land. Or. Interment at Red
ImwI. Or. Arrangements in care of Miller A
Traeey. - ; ------- - - - ' ' " - ' 1
-r idh i ihi. Mtw. Marcli 8. Merton Trtpp.
aged 2 years, uuaas BOB ex sax. aao
Trvp. Bemaine are at the Donning A McEntee
funeral parlor, oroaoway ana Amm
liiiili.tii this ciLv. Mazrh 8. 1919. John 8.
La ran, agea t o yesn. nnm " v
Dunning A McEntee funeral parlors, Broadway
and Ankeny st ' ...
HALVERSON In this etty March 7. John Kal-
verson. Remains are- at the Dunning aV Mc
Entee funeral parlors, Broaoway ano anseny u
iiEWELL In this city, March 8, Wilhelmina
Newell, age 8 years, runersi nouce taier. e
tansements in care of Miller A Tracer
WrtiFEL Josephine Wurfel, 1408 E. 16th,
March 4. 64 years; cerebral nemoTraage.
KENDEL Lonis P. Kendel, Portland
: XffM., S aa .Mil nwliria.
IM1IU1I, ' . - . ,
FELSMAN-r Stella Feisman, St Vincents boa-
. pitsj, Ms"?" O, Zl years 7 pwarpeiai aamw
mia. -i - - . - - -- - - -- ;
AJinERSON Joh J. T. " Andeiwut Cood . Sa
maritan hospital. March 8. 46 1 yean; ear
LEISURE Henry L" Iefanre; 8402 4th.
Mayeh 8. 4 veara: oulmonary oedema.
GARDNER Ida A. Gardner, - Portland - sanl-tnrinm-
Maaeh 8. 82 scan: dtabetea mellitas.
WEIMAN Anna Weiman, 756 Wsscev March
S. 8A vcars: influenza:
BANDJBLIN Joha V. Randelin. Albtna En
gine works, March 4, 01 ' ream; fatty ds-
MEETIJTO WOTTCEft
gcncrsliuu ot heart
PFATHS A!tn FTTKERAI,W 7
GOLD&ViXH At Oregon Cits. March 6, lin
riette GoMaauth. seed 83 Vears-S aneatlia 20
dan. vridew of the late A. Coldnnitb of Eateoa.
tr., atothor of urs. aux couaca 01 rununo,
lin. Lena Uwalr aa Fnawiiaea, Chaele
Ooidaatith of 8aeraaiento. Cal. Samnel Uold
smith o - Portland. Jolina. Bertha, Ceiia and
Cida - Oiililmniili ot Ores 00 City. Friends in
vltad t attend tba funeral aerricea which .will
be bald at Hounaa'a funeral parlors at 11 a. m.
today Bandar). March 9, 1919. Interment
Bath Israel cemetery. ' " ------ ;.
Vt'ILSOii At bet Uta, residence at Seattle,
Wash., Match 7, Elizabeth Wise Wilms, ased
5 4 yean, brtored wife of WUliatB A. Wilson and
Urt of HnL WiUlam Wtatera. Mrs. T. B.
VmB rjonm. CJhattos C (Harry) and William
'tV'a) at perOand; Mrs. Maudiua Olmn of 8e-
baa. Or. : Mrs, IX B. IConta, Mrs. Kirdye 80m-
arraia asd Frank Wfce of Seattla. Wash. Tha
fuarral serrioes will be bald Monday. March IO
at 1 a'Rloek p. m. at llnley a. Mostsomery at
Bth. Ftieada Invited. Interment, Lone alt
ocuMstarya.
STARK?- At tha mtideaoe. 6022 Thirtyunth
soaHiesitt Uarid Stark, seed 8 yean
S SBODtha days, beloved fenabaod of Naron
Rtarx. father of Sadie O'ConaeU of Tucson
Ana.. Floyd stark of Alaska, and Walter and
Ralph of Portland- Friends inrtted to attend
tha f antral services, Which will be held at Hol-
nttf taaat'al natkna at 2:80 -p. m. tomorrow
(Monday). March 10, 1919. Interment Mount
WALKEK On Waroh 6, at tlie family residence.
7188 Minnesota are.. Francia Amy Walker,
aaed 67 yean. 1 month, 8 days, beloved wife
of J. at. WaUier. moUicr of Mn. wiutaaa
Tatrnaa and Mn. Irs uava of this city. Funeral
sartteea will be held tomorrow (Monday), March
10, at 2 9. in., from tha toradential - funeral
homa of Wilson A Boas. East Seventh and
Multnomah. - In Urmcnt family plot. Rose City
osaaetery.
EUSCH-
la this ciiy. March 7, Louis Busch
beloved husband of Henrietta Busoh of 8615
Sixty-fourth street southeast, father of Robert
Bnseh. with tha United States infantry ia
France! Heary Bosch aad Othlia Bosch of .tlus
city. ' Funeral serrices will be held Tuesday.
March llfc at 2 p. nv from the funeral parlors
of A, D. Senwortby A Co.. 6802-04 Ninety-
eeeonsl street southeast. Ienu. . Interment Mount
Scott cemetery. -
MKIS'NET At the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Hose Burdjck. Mm. Flora Wood McKinney of
BeatUe. WaiK, belored mother of Mrs. Mar
garet Ifomey. Mrs. Rose Bnnhck and William,
beers and Jessie McKinney. Serrices at Port
land eranatory. Fourteenth and Bybea streets.
Sanaay at 2 p. an. Frteads tavited. Seattle
papers please copy.
DKSTEFANO In this city, at the family resi
dence, Marn nam Hill road. March 7, Rose Des
tetsne, ared 22 sears, dauehter of Mr. and
Mrs. 43.' Destefano. Tha funeral serrioes wOl be
held Monday, March lO at 8 :8A o'clock a. m., at
St.' Michaels cfanrch. 4th and MiU streets. Friends
inrtted. Interment at ML CaJjary cemetery..
J. P, FlnWy A Son, directors.
BKADT At her residence, 143 21st St. N
March 8, Catherine E. Brady. aed 67 yean.
The remains are at the eenserratory chapel of
F. S. Dunnins, Ine.. 414 E. Alder St., cor. B.
8th st. Notice of funeral in a later issue.
BJVEKT The funeral serrices of the late
-Joseph Nelson Bivert will be held Tuesday,
March 11, at 11 o'clock a m.. at Finley a,
Montgomery at 6th. Friends inrtted. Inter
ment at RireTview cemetery. " '
FtOBISTS
CXABE BEOS., florists, Morrison St. bet 4th
and 6th. Pbones Mala or A-10 5. Fine Dow
ers and floral designs. No branch stores.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. FTorfctn. 854 Wash
ington. Main 208. A-12. Flowers for all
eocasione artistically arranged. "
LXBERTT MARKET FLORIST. 6th asd Yam
hill eat Oat flowers, plants and designs. Sell
wood greenhouse, 648 Nehalem are. Sell, 1820.
PEOPLES FtORAl, SHOP,-245 AlderTdesigni
and decorations. Phone Marshall 6922.
LAIjANE Floral designs and decoraUona. Oppo
site peetoffice. Main 6645.
SWi?S FLORAL CO.
ZTXWERS AND PLANTS.
1RYINOTON PARK ' FLOliALCO., ' 4 ta " and
YamhHL Funeral designs; lowest prices.
MAX. M. SMITH, florist
141 tt 6th at
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Holman Uridertaking Co.
Funeral Directors
Established 1877
Third and- Salmon Streets
Main 507, A-1511
lady Assistant
a li a U UUVibUs U
ae-a IfUiMill I-" JXV
Progressive Funeral Di rectors
Mala 8 Montgomery at 6th A-1599.
WILSON & ROSS -
EAST 7TH AND MULTNOMAH
Funeral Directors
EAST 84 C-3168.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
The Golden Snle Undertakers.
414 East Alder st Phone East 62. B-5226.
DUNNING & M'ENTEE"
Broadway and Ankeny sts. Lady assistant
Phones: Broadway 480. A-4558.
A. D. KEN WORTHY & CO.
6802-6804 02d at S. K.. rnt-m
Phone Tabor 6267. Home Phone D-61.
East 781 D I I mnil Mm. Lereh
B-1S88 I i t-i I1IIVII Assistant
UNDERTAKERS. E. 11th and Hawthorne.
CHAMBERS " COMPANY
248 and 250 Killingsworth are., near Williams
era, wood lawn 33US. C-11S3.
MILLER A TRACEY. Independent Funeral Di-
rectora. prices as low as 820, 640, 860.
Washington st Ella. Main 2691, A-7885.
QidUoe CNDERTAKING CO. Main" 4 182.
ONCVYCO A-2 321. Corner Third and Clay.
Wilson & Wilson 1
KtBTtiy attlCV Ca
4940, C-1165.
HAMILTON
1973 East Glissn st Fn
neral serrioea. Tabor 4313.
Dlf"C"iKl Undertaking Parlors. 448 Mor
LlliwOWIl rison it Broadway 2584.
BrTET2lT&SN00K 2S5,r i2Bi
R. T. BTRNES. new residence esUbUshment,
901 Williams are, Woodlawa 220. Q-1943.
A D 602 Williams avenue
rt, ill CllCl VyUt East 1088. C-1UH8
MOyTTMEyTS
CLAUSING GRAhlTE Co
U-67-3PP ST. AT MAPISOM
PORTLAND MARBLE WOHKs, 264-266 4U
at;. Ppestte eity hall. Man. 8SB4. Phiup
Hen A Sons for memorials. .
-LOST AK1 rOTJKTJ
fl
THE following articles hare been found en cars
of tba Portland Railway. Light A Power Ce.
March 7. 1919: 4 purses. 1 boc school tickets.
2 pr. glasses. 2 pins. 1 certificate. 2 letters. 1 pr.
gloees. 3 single gloves. 2 books, 7 lunch boxes, 9
packages, 1 pr. rubbers, 1 mt. 8 suitcases 1
hand grip, 1 suit boa, 1 eoat, 18 umbrjlUs.
Owners may obtain property at Firat and Alder
Streeta station.
THE following articles hare been found on cars
of the Portland Railway, Light A Power Co,
March , 1919: 8 purses.. 1 watch. 2 pr.
glasses, 1 pipe, 1 oharra, 2 pr. gloves, 1 glove. 8
packages. 1 pr, rubbers. 2 books, 7 lunch boxes,
1 pr skates. 1 hatchet, 1 conductors grip, 3
suitcases. 1 traveling bag. 1 bolt rm per, 17 um
brellas. Owns may obtain property at First and
Alder Streets station. -
DIAMOND, unset between Ante Show
and Imperial hotel; reward.
Tabor Hoyt,
Hittsboro, Or.
LOST, Friday nuht large cameo oroocn sex
- with pearls; valued as gift: reward. Please call
WPOtflawn 4739. .
LOST Canvas money hag. containing" Hibemia
savings bank hook aad 880 in money. Lib
eral reward. Call Broadway 601. 180 Davit
LOST About March 8, heavy gold ring, raised
eagle setting; reward tor return iv
Hawthorne. East 6810.
LOST Eastern Star pin, joined on 8 links. Call
Cot 880, er leave at 1209 Yeoa bldg., for
reward. ' '
LOST A military wrist watch. Thursday, be
tweea Columbia River Shipbuilding corp. and
W. B. street eartine. Please call Kst 34 37.
LOST Taupe fox fur. at Cotillion hail. March
7. 1916.
Return to 161 tt N. 17th st Lib-
era! reward.
LOST Sunday, Febmary 23. - medhua aised
cameo brooch: gift from one who is new
dead. Reward. Phone Main oszi
LOST 850 Liberty- bond. Suitable reward
if returned to owner. East 2877. - ..
LOST (lold pin with pearls and sapUiras.
Reward. K-431. Journal.
LOST Tiger marked male eat. with white face
and breast Portland Heicrits. Marshall 4678.
LOST Pair glasses, gold bows. In Mt Stoti dis
trict Feb. 28. Tsbor 851. Reward.
LOST Star pin set with small pearl.; suitable
reward. Call Tabor 3268.
LOST Starting crank for Hudson six;. reward
vor will buy one. East 764.
- " HELP WASTE11 MALE - 1
WANTED 10 fixst-chuis advertising solicitors.
Addnvw N-816, JouxnaL
VIOLINIST for large amateur orchestra,
heart la Friday eve. .Marsh. 3760. .
Re-
HELP WAVTEP-MAtK - 1
WANTED, tha (allow lag men to shipyard work!
. 8 blacksmiths. .
- S sheet lead vorkera, . ...
12 plumbers. - . .
-18 electridsna. ' -
4 cooper seta,
40 painter. '
Appointment by bhona only. Call Broadway
411
Ask for Mr. Rich.
8ALESMAIr WANTED
Must be hich class man, capable at maklns
largw salary: prefer sua who knows the citr
and has noma knowledca and axperlenea - In
handUns bnsineMB apportanlttsa a - real estata,
for a man of this charaetar we hare an axeep
tionalij - rood proponitioa v to offer. Sparks
Starens Co. Ill WilcoK bldo.. cor. , 6th and
Wash. - -', '
FRANC It. MoOClRE '
- Wants $60oO a Tear aakwotaa to handle coun
try homes and anburban acrea. Must bo fa
miliar with term property and country adjacent
to Portland, Imndla snditos and stro best of
references. - See -
y , FRANK I MeGtJIRE,
Abincbm bMg . Main 108, Main 6166.
TFnrpEB MONTH tba year arewnd. tno limn
earntns last rear at s number of ear aUeamea
aver 4S years. That past will be the Merest yet.
Ma eapenence steeeseary; weekly sash admaoe.
avtttt rarnished. Mis asauitaaent snaranfed Uses,
ah'robbary aad vines.. Kan ana do what other hv
expertenced men hare dona, Wathinatoa iu
aery Co.. Toppenlsh, Wash. -
FIRST CLASH motor car mechanic who baa had
- not -, lees than 10 yean experience ta rs
nairinc all make of cars: for foreman bv tares
local repair shop. Must be reliable and com
petent to handle Den and oversee work. : Per
manent. Answer in awn handwritinc. State
are, married or, single, experience, references and
salary expected. J -4 3 1 Journal.
tUU.OO a week to sneoial men ta travel by auio-
raobile aad Introduce 800-oaadlepower coal oil
lantern foe farmers, dairymen, hucksters, garaen
ers. eontractors. army camns, etc Write for par
ticulars. Thomas Mfg. Co. 3827 Cotton st.
Dayton, Ohio. ..- ' -
WANTED Wideawake ; ataa to drifs semes
car for local motor car company. Most be
honest and reliable; a good driver familiar with
the city. Answer in -own' handwriting. Give
full particulars. . age. expertenee. married or
single, references, N-28. Journal. -
WANT tnsn to take charge of moving picture
how- fnll ennirmed 260 canadty. fine eleo-
trio pisno. fins location. Mast have $1000 to
buy halt- interest' tteierence reuuireo, uwuaru,
717 Board of Trade bids. - f
WANT, seversi salesmen with entos to eeU real
.... t. - amMriMiM tMr iisi lesss i eaa be
tween 8 and 9 o'clock - Monday morning. Jobn-
son-Dodson Co.. est N. w. rwiia piag.
WANT Another smMtiorjs soldier or sailor to
ful crew. Boys are actually nmaking 84 to
Sv each per day, CaU 6 p. at 28 Block
Exchange bldg. ' '
WANTED, several alert men
to handle
- mod rablieations: nermanent work ia desired
good returns foretime invested. East 7873. Mr.
Laneley.
WANTED. axDerietiaed car tallyman, wages 62 V
cents- per hour. . Apply ' West Ore. Linmber
Co.. Ijirinton, Or.
I WILX. teach a few men exy-aoetylene welding
and cutUng of metals, nigra or day. 141
WANTED A male atenograpbert must bar
-recent . experience and
references, - -S24.
Journal.
IVAHlTEn. an exparianeed frame' maker for no-
' hobjtered furniture; most- be familiar with
band-saw work. Apply Klnf-Fisher Mattreta Co.
lYttrpRTrnNT tailnr who thoroughly under
stands altering ladies' coats. Apply H. IAebes
& Co. - - . - - -
EXPERIENCED valcaniser: want man oapable
of taking eompleta charge of shop. Apply
ConleVs Used Car Center. 1ST bownanale.
WANTED, at - once, 8 experienced demon-
. strstom phone Monday a. m.t betweea
and 10, Main ZlB.
WANTED- A-l aalesmaa for wholseale rruit and
produce line. State expertenee and salary
expected. Y-886. Journal,
A GOOD lire man to sell aatomobua urea and
tubes to the consamer oa a percentage oaais.
Q-4 8 2, Journal
MAN with small donkey engine, to
tract to clear 26 aores at land near Portland.
J-237, Journal,
WANT party with car to sail real estate. 43
Chamber of Commerce. .
HOME wanted in the country "with responsible
people for a lz-year-oia boy wain, BeTS,
LEIGUTOX LUNCH. 332 Wnehiegtoa, Wanted.
exrjerienced storemsn.
14 OR 15 YEAR old boy at AHeas Press Clip
ping Bureau. 287 Oak at
SHOEMAKER wanted.
W. Faitelsoa. Mala
St. Oregon CSty.
WAN TED An experienced gardener I steady
job to the right man. 8-88 1. Journal.
HELP W AHTElr MWC
49
Hemphill's Trade Schools
Can teach you automobile gas ' tractor and
automobile electrical engineering in a special
6 weeks' : course, complete for 850. 1 Enroll
now at this special Offer. HEMPHILL'S TRADE
SCHOOLS, 124 N. 6th, Portland. Or. Bra aches
at Winnipeg, ' Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon,
Lethbridge, Vancouver. B. C. Regina. -
LEARN AUTOS AND TRACTORS
" FIVE DATS' FREE TRIAL
PAT TUITION WHEN SATISFIED ',
We teach auto, tractor, gas engine and Soto
electrical work: BIG 10O PAGE CATALOG
FREE. Address Adcoz Auto and Tractor seheeL
Dept J. Union are. and Wasco st, Portland,
Or. Phone East 7445.
HAWtHO&Nfi AW6 SCHOOL " " '
462 HAWTHORNE AVE. f
Complete courses in day and evening classes
averything mechanical and electrical; unlimited
practical, repair experience; it ta not theory; it is
practice that makes you a valuable man.
" """ POSITIONS ASSURED
EVERT GRADUATE OF BEHENKE-WALKER
Burin ess Colics Portland.
Enroll any time. Telegraphy, etenogiaphy. bank
ing, bookkeeping, seenrtanai. Free catalog. .
- TRlT'tELEGlLIPHT"
Young men and women wanted. Call 216
Railway Exchange bldg. Splendid opportunity
to learn a well paid profession. - Free booklete
Railway. Telegraph Institute. r
lATLOR-FAITH Busiaess College. Beat because
.. completest Spanish, French sad English com
mercial courses. Comptometers and adding ma
chine. 204 Stevens bldg.. West Park and Wash.
"BUBSELL PRIVATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
. Day and Evening Classes
Lambermens bldg., Cth and 8tark. Bdwy. 8464.
. MISS F. JURBELL, Prtpclpal,
- " HlSS DECKER'S .
PRIVATE BUSINESS COLLEGE
SPECIAL COURSE IN COMPTOMETERS
ALISKT BIJQ.' - ID AND MORRISON.
STEEN SEWING SCHOOL Bleak's system of
ladies tailoring and dressmaking taught: pat
terns cot to measure. Phone East 369, B-88U7.
152 Grand sts., near Belmont'
MAN TO WORK, this eity, re finishing chaade
liefs, brass beds, au torn ob ilea, by new method;
810 daily without capital or experience. Write
Gunmetal Co.. 806 Elm, Decatur. IIL
PRIVATB lessons giyen ia Gregg shorthand and
- typewriting by former, high eshoal teacher;
62.50 a week. J-szs, Journal,
W ANTED At once. 8 men to tear" automobiles.
tracks and tractors. -Call at 413 uawtnorne
are, ----- -s . - -
ROCKY MNTAlit tElcriERs' AoENCf
Frank K. Welles, el-acct State Supt. mgr.,
Portland, Oregon. Teacher, placed promptly.
GOING East er South! Heusehold goods shipped
at reduced rates; moving and psckina. Pact fie
Coast Forwarding Co.. 403 Hoyt st Bdwy. 703.
MISS MATTiNGLX'S ' SlibK-rliAND. YP&
WRITING school, day, evening 16 month.
269 14tj, near Jefferson. Main 8808,
" ten- Dollars for ten names "
. Write for full particnlara. N-804. Jowrnal.
HEtP WAKTEP rF.MALE
LADIES to do needlework at home, spare time I
experience nanacessary.
i,trlnce nanacessary. i xoim sv, sw
208; hours 9 to 4. evenings 7 to 8. . .
ionn
ed :
1-A VT
Elderly ' bdy or woman with child
lor housekeeper
for honsekeeper tn widower's, home; Ught
work and small wages. M city. B-822, Journal.
GIRL Fur general housework, small ranch.
Corner Vancouver ave. and ColuaUiia Blvd.
Wdln. 1988. . . ' V. '
YOUNG woinaa to learn peosographie profession,
State age and give previous employment J-221,
Journal. . '.. .'
'WANTED Amateur acts. Clinton theatre. Ap
ply any evening, except Men., Tnea, Tabor
S133
WANTED Experienced
work and good pay. :
eoat finisher, steady
Csll 488 WasblngtoB
bWg.
WANTED 10 ounces brsast milk dally.
0. Ulysses Moors. Msia a4vu.
GIRL-To acbt with housework.
m E." i!24
st, N. KSt H. - -
WANTED, pantry woman. Apply Monday a. at.
Royal Bakery. 344 Morrison st
EXPERIENCED sewing machine operators. .167
1st St 7
GIRL wanted to
assist with housework, tabor
8899. - i J-, --- '-v; - - '- - "- ;
WANTED 10 first-elaas advertising solicitors.
Address J-238. Journal.
WANTED woman to keep house for widower
- i eountry. - Main- 8763.
Mrs. Culver.
rtEliTSGRATHEirNTED
Sparks-Stevens Cc, 611 Wlicog bldg.
FIRST CLASS- skirt maker,. SchweiUer A
. Eagia. 392 tt Washington. a .
tJiTtL foe general hou'eworit. 8 ia family,
603
E. zetn f. rjsiw tnin.
AN EXPERIENCED hain!rcsier and manunire.
- 14puuta, Wolf A CeM aieaaina flooc.
ITFt F WAWTFT FFTAI v.
TUB OLDS. TFORTMAN A KTKO sTOFH n-
quiras Vhs serrioes of experienced tniluiwrr
nswosaea for fall or half days; also experienced
easreeaea tea dsaaenr department. Add! I
supermsrudant's offios, to 100 a. av
WANTED -Ctrl erperlenesd a klueins ma-
arime for -work In TokUna box hi-tort' m,A
7?V J " Iortland label Co.,
Malwsnkia, Or.
EXPERIENCED SECOND CIRL WANTED:
ERKNCKA knur no i
FiKQSfENTf
Desitioit m
for aeliis
..Hi
young ladies er 21, under '80.
nomes .for ear aew denartment la Portland. No
ertJsng canvassing. Chicago Portrait Co..
uregon Diog., 6U snd Oak. mornings 9 te 11.
CAN offer position to a limited number ( "girls.
. TT yearn of age, to work Is a bag fac
tory Good wages; steady employment Apply
Ames, Harris, Nerille Co.. 15th and lloyt sts
, phone operators lor out of town ; salary 8HI
!? J.l0i! ia 811 lwis building, women s
dirlsion, C. S. employment service.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaker as partner; csin-
tal required; rood opportuulty lor right party.
Call Monday, 878 Fourth at
1 HELP WANTED MALE A 31 D
t t"EMA1,C 89
. MOLER BARBER COLlA:CE
Pay you while learning: aires you set of toela:
positions secured. Wnte . f or .catalogue. 231
Burnside at, ev phone Broadway 1T31.
MEN. WOMEN, learn barbertrade, wugiw wblls
learningi position gaaranteed. SI er. ill ysn
esperleaoe. Oresna Barber College, ;U.13 MaltMn.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLKijE 'Uaches trade
fa 8 week; pay wails iearuuis: Position guar-
an teed. 284 Couch st
' WAWTED AdF.WTS
AMKRICA-SATfWfLmiITV."co'r."-
plete history world's war, 800 pages with heariy
100 taagaificent piotnres, retails $2, posts ynu
81; some agents making over 620 per day; sell
me noox tne people went; orders lined promptly:
credit if desired; freight paid. Also "LIFE Or"
ROOSEVELT," same terms. Both ent fits free
to workers. GEO. . CIIWS CO.. PHILADKl.-
PHIA. PA er EVERETT. WASlt Address
neamst effica, - . " e
NEW PICTORIAL History World War; Penth
lug's own story America 'a operations in
France: big book. 84.76: aumanaa all war
books; 840 IllnttraUona. Big 62 outfit - Br. '
Kooserett memorial book, outfit 26c Het
teems. Livest home. Phillips pMbnsbing !o..
Chicago, Pbiladslptua, Atlanta, Address aeenc,t
ofTiee. - . -
SALESMEN New carburetor for For.l'Cai'.
Simple, not i norltii nart: vinstalled in 80,
minutes: guaranteed te doable your mileage and
a art in aero weetuur wrihout lira tins or prun
ing: 15-day tree trial. One St I-nuis man sold
14O0 tn six months; Salt Lake City man msde
81200 in one week. Write IT. A J. Carbarctiir
Co., 605 W. Jackson Bld Chicago,
SALESMAN- Permasient position open Tor en-
rgetie and determined satesman wnn targe
fnMl.nJ ,n ...... .. a.fli.. -.n . 1 . . .1 .
a new hlghclasa specialty; needed by all im-r-chanbt;
8800 to 8500 per month: commiwumi
paid weekly. Address, II, R. Lower, Hot 190.
Station C, Oeveland.vO.
SALESMEN, experienced ia any line, for gen
eral trade fn Oreron: nnexoelled specialty
pIMpusltlon. SPLENDID commission contract for
1918. 8SB weekly to producers for expeiwN-.
Continental Jewelry Oa, 18110 Coutinentiil
bnUding. develand. Ohio. '
AGENTS llig pay and free automobile, intr.v-
- duclng wonderful new gasoline sarer. puncture
proof, fire year spark plugs and other economical
ante necessities, thttflt free. , L Ballwey, H2A
Bta. P. tjonlsTine. K. ,
WANTED Men ererywhare to make 8100 per
week selling a Dew fuel saving derloe for Ford
oars, one tbst is absolutely practical and of great
merit. J. W. Howard, 289 Union see. Portland.
Or.
618 TO 636 weekly in your apare time doing
special sdrertiaiag among tha families of your
elty. No experience necessary. Write today for
full particulars. American Products Co., 140
American Bldg.. Cincinnati. (
YOU ARE WASTING TIME if you are not
- snaking 319 to 8220 daily; man or woman,
start anywhere t material cost you 76e, retail -for
846. I made 81200 in 20 days. Craycrofu ,
Fresno, Cst
iGENTB 15.06 hourly absolutely guaranteed.
GeeoHn 2 cents gallon. Money back guar
antee. Write Federal Chemical Works, 20 W.
Jackson, Chicago. f-
SIDE LINK Top notch specialty; , responsible
house; pays commissions promptly; write toils r ;
samples and sales talks free; ma delays, Ericsson
Son Co., Des Moines, Iowa.
1366-CREDIT pLLn EnUreiy new; Llg opl
portunity for live wire agents and demons! m-
tora. - bom sgeary given. V. 8. allg. Co., lept
646. Colnmbns, Ohio. - - -
GENTS 1 pound ot our herbs drives the
most stubborn case of TUeumstism .nureiy out
of the system; never fails. Pound BOc, i'ustase
12c Los Angeles KBenmstism lie o.. hi.
2 SALESMEN to sell n articls bsvlng 20
good talking poenta Experience not neoes-
Slg Held tor cusineis. i a, irnau
A GOOD live maa to sell auteenobUe tires and
tubes to the oonsum er en a percentage basia.
D-432. Journal.
SlTTTATIO 3tAIE. 8 -
BCoInBss MEN Do you need young man,
m o i . for noaltioa w liars advaacement ' de
pends upon ability, ambition, and Integrity f Re
turned from camp: Desires position of merit
i I j . .kin,. ...a .hlli.w " timnt n ,i kr -
will eeuat Graduate from But eolieg". Book-
kessMng. banking and umuwi exp. oess rtia
Consider saletgnanshlp. K-813, Journal.
EXPERIENCED dairyman, married, lias .
small child, must be close to school, wants
steady work oa a small dairy. Thoroughly un
derstands care of eows snd is capable of taking
charge. Give fall particuisrs In fint letter, b
825. Jonmat " - '
MIDDLE aged man. reliable and trustworthy,
will be open for an engagement April 1.
toed manager aad very capable of handling and
taking charge of a crew of mea, S-8 11, Journal.
DISCHARGED eotdler, xpertence3 grocery
.lark; drives Ford delivery: 8 years' experi
ence; wants position ta eity, 334 6 to. Apt 411.
Marshall 2289. . . - 1 ..'.-..- .
iUTO owners, have a uechania repair your car.
erti
rind valvsa, etc, la your jwb garage. East
8780.
ELDERLT snarried men, liandy with earpenter
tools, wants pesitinB as Isnitor. apartment
heose. or aa elevator men. Phone Tsbor 1 ft n.
SITUATION WANTEb as wsUhmsn. by exiw
- rieneed, reliable, active maa with best of rier-
ces. Phone Mala 1203.
rWILL eome to your home and fix up your oi4
furniture like new. Call Marshall 6090
from T to 9 a m. and 6 to T P- sa.
POSITION as timekeeper, oockkeeper or clerk
la wholesale or retau. ay eeuve, expenensea
msa. 787 T. M. O. A.
giiiS-GhteR LSTRT p76fs" PAtciiKD;
(TTHIMNETS REKLARHEDl BES1UNULLNG
TtniXK. MARSHALL 1072. -
WANTED Position as caretaker of mill
of
other vacant . property, anywhere.
Journal.
R-479,
WANTED Painting.' peperhangUig
ind kalo-,
Phone Ta-
lining, by expsrtenoeo .worxman.
bee 4954. -
FOUND A man to repair and r-upholster
mnm f.mlliir. At VfiUC nofSi PrWSI re-
soasble; all work guaranteed. Phono X1" 4?2.
CONTRACTOR snd builder, reps if and new
work in the eity er country, xt D. Crowe,
441 K. B2d st Tsbor 7982.
THSCHaRGED eoldler baa 2 t-.n truck. WW-i
hauling la or out at any. wiu x en sn,
S-B26. Journal.
WAS'f ED I'oaiUoa on ranch by man and wife,
good workers, experienced. James Watson, La
good workers, experienced.
Center, Wash. '
EXPERIENCED baker or helper, any
work.
city er country, preferred.
Journal.
KALSO MINING, painting, plaster patching, rea-
sansble. Maia 2865.
PAINTING, papsruanging, tinting rwisonab'.
Main 1609.
WINDOW cleaning and janitor wofk. hour or
day. Main 2302.
PAPERINfl. painting and tinting aeatly done.
East 8780.
HORSESIIOER" WanU lob in country town. 3.
C. Neylo. 636 Roselawn. Portland, Or.
l"OR sprsyirif snd whitew ashing of sU alnds
call Main 6367. . . , '
EXlPERIESCED farmer, loarrieti: la by ye.r
or xaiglit lease a stocked place. T-8 82, Iwimsl.
PAINTTnG, papering, tinting g specialty. Rea-
scnable. Phone Wdln. 8826.
BlirN6LKii'hen you want shiniling done
neU Wdln. 6206.
WANTED PosiuWei' aa Janitor; fonr gears ex
perience; good reference. Knows, wns. m,
PT,ASTERING snd tinting. Sellwoed 462.
rtlTTIA riOS FKMALR
WANTED By competent and reliable woman.
- position as maid in apartment house: exper
tenced and best of references. Well. 3170,
WIDOW woman wishes poaitioa as cLuIW
maid in small rooming ncuse. Address bt2
Vaughn st '
GRADUATE piano teecfter will tesch st'naJ.o.
, Lessons 75 cenU. Phone Mstn 1009.
POSITION hi dental office or clerks! n .
Wdln. 161 7. '
CUAMBERMARl atnta po.itiua. CVU Cui. 713.
a 'label eoev.o
by tne wage ;
. wew rnnv