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FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1C2I.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
CHARTER RATES ON
TO HIT Tl
Charter rates on wheat, flour and
lumber are still In a badly damaged
'condition. The lumber rates to the
.west coast of South America have
dropped and another fall was noted
Jwhen f ' rates for the Norwegian
schooner J. W. Clise for Puget Sound
loading to Callao, In Peru, were fixed
;at $1T by the Molins Commercial
The rates on wheat from the Arjrentine
have declined and the rate fixed several
days ago by the shipping board of 70
Shillings ($13.75) for the United Klng--dom
and 75 shillings ($14.75) for the
Mediterranean -till holds. The steamers
taking at $10.50 for the United Kinsr
dom and $12 for Italy will hold and will
load at Portland. ; l
Exporters are not -willing to give more
'than 60 hillings and 65 shillings. United
.Kingdom or continent The foreign ves
sels are offering for a shade lena than
that rate, but none are available for
closer than late April or May loading.
There are several foreljrn craft being ne
gotiated for, but the Kaster holiday pe
riod will delay all cables until Tuesday
of next week. Good Friday, Kaster Sun
day and Easter Monday: are generally
observed and shipping business conies to
BIG STEKIi TANKERS WILL.
BK COMPLETED IN JULY
July 1 will mark the end of steel ship
building at Portland and . Vancouver,
"Wash. By that- date the four tankers
..for the Swlftsure Oil Transportation
company will have been finished and
the two for the Standard OH company
at, the Standlfer yards in Vancouver
will have been completed. Nearly 8000
w orkmen ' in the iwo plants will seek
.Captain George E. Brldfrett, marine
superintendent of the Swlftsure com-
4 pany, who is looking over the four tank
ers being completed at the Northwest
Bridce & Iron company, announced yes
terday that these boats would be tied
tin in Poortland Indefinitely. The Swift
scout will, be given her trial trip about
, the first of April.
Falling off of the oil. business is the
reason given by Captain Bridgett for
the. tylnc up of the vessels. The Swift-
S sure people are engaged in carrying oil
from Tamplco to Europe. The bottom
,!has fallen out of the market, and until
I -such time as conditions improve the four
12,000 ton tankers will remain In the
WENATCHEK CITIZENS WILL
GREET NAMESAKE CRAFT
Wenatchee. Wash.. March 25. Citi
zens of Wenatchee and North Central
Washington will be the guests of the Se--attle
Chamber of Commerce Monday and
Tuesday, April 4 and 5, at which time
the greetings to the steamship "We
natchee" will be carried out. The vessel
Is due to arrive at the sound port April
. 4. A large delegation of local people has
made arrangements to make the trip, ac
companied by a band. The plan is to
leave this city Sunday night and return
"Tuesday night by special train or spe
clal cars. - . ,
A flotilla of steamers and airplanes
will go out to meet the Wenatchee and
escort her to the Admiral Line docks in
!"' Positions of Vessels
Radio reports from North Head give
the positions of the following vessels at
8 p. m., March 24:
v Montebello, Vancouver, for Port San
Luis. 781 miles north of Port San Luis.
West Ivan, Yokohama for Vancouver,
29" miles west of Flattery.
l Mazatlan. San Francisco for Seattle,
"490 miles from Seattle.
Rainier, Seattle for San Francisco,
.248 miles from Seattle.
Colonel E. I Drake, San Pedro for
Point Wells, 341 miles from Poin Wells.
Curacao. Coos Bay for Astoria, 100
miles south of Columbia river.
ALL ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The steamship Hose City of the San
Francisco & Portland line will sail for
the California city tomorrow at 10
o'clock a. m. She will carry passengers
and freight. .
Sailing of the steamer Multnomah of
the MeCormlck line has been delayed
"until Monday. The steamer Celilo of
the same line will sail for San Diego
and way April 2. .
The steamship West Keene of the Mat-
' son line has been booked for loading at
Astoria of general cargo for the Ha
News of the Port
SrHvals March 2S
' Pacific. Swediah motorship, frora Victoria,
earco in transit.
Curacao, American steamer, from San Fran
cisco, via Eureka and Coo Bay; passengers and
Departure March 25
Kinderdyk, Dutch steamer, for Europe: wheat
and flour. .
- Te Arrrra at Port! an
Steamer From Doe,
Kinderdyk .......... Seattle ..In port
kose Coy ......... Orient , Apr. 2
Abercos ............ Orient ... ...In port
Jeptba .. .. ... .toun-. jr. . . . Apr. 1
Alaska ............ ton 'ran.
West Haven ........ N. T. -8. F
Wsinneford .... . . . . Seattle .. . .
. Steel Ussier ........ San Fran.
lnw.n ............. N. T.-S. r. .....Mar. 25
t Brash., Boston- 3. F. .Mar. 26
Kstrina Lnekenbach. . . San Fran. ......Mar. SO
W-t Nomeotura No. China Mar. $
- TsUaf ............. J)ostnn-S. F.. . . .Apr.
nlifLBckenbach . . . . San Fran. .. ,
Te Dan sit From Portland
Mteamar :..'.. . Foi
. .Mar. 25
:'WMt lster -
, .Sai Fran. V .
Alaska ......... n
Jentha . .
,W. C. S. A.... Mar. 28
Steal i Rancer .New Tork
Multnomah, ......... Sn JVan. ....Mar. 28
Duraca . . . - -8an Fran. . . . .Mar. 28
. Vaeeala In Pert
Vessel :: Berth
Str. EserU Coast shipyard.
Bch. U. k BUliagS. . , Peninsula Utr. Co.
Sen. Irene ,St. Helena
fkh. K. V. Kruae,... Terminal No. S.
. Str. West Kader lkhhina
. Str. Bio Grande. ..... Portland Flour MIS
Multnomah ......... .St. Helens. .
MARINE ALMANAC .
Wsather at River's Mouth
Xorth Head, March 25. Conditions at the
month or the river at noon: Sea. rough; wind,
' northwest, 36 miles; weather, cloudy.
Tide at Astoria Saturday
" High Water. 1 - Low Water
"2:15 a. nv 9.0 feet I 9:03 a. ra. O S toot
2:55 p. m. 7.6 feet - 9:05 p. m. l.CJt
DAILY BITER READINGS
8 A. M., Pacific Time
Portland , . .
main nearly stationary during the next two or
.ue uays. t
IT NEIGHBORING PORTS
Astoria. March 23. Sailed at 6:30 a. ra.,
steamer Santa- Barbara, for San Francisco.
Sailed at 6:30 a. au. ateaaner Waparas, for
ff -I f'?
tattow ; 7- "aS
i 2S 6.0 1-0-1
110 J 6.4 !0.1
20 f 8.2 10.2
2rt J 7.8 l0.2
13 I T.8 1
15 115 1-0.4
San Pedro Saa Francisco. Arrived at 9
and let up at 10:80. a. tn., etea ier Curacao,
Iron San Francisco rat Eureka and Cooa Bay.
Han frunsMk March 24. Sailed at 2 P.
l , steamer . Deiy FBtnam. for Portland, from
San Pedro, Soiled at 3 p. m.. steamer Bteei
Worker, for Boston. Sailed at 3 D. m . steamer
Steel Ranger, from New York, for Portland via
Comet, for Portland.
San Pedro, Marrh Z4.- Arrived at 7 a. m..
steamer Tiverton, from Portland. Sailed at 6
p. m., steamer Flavel. (or Columbia river.
Astoria, Marca . Z4. mi at z:eu ana
left op at 1 p. m., motorahip Pacific, from Vic
toria. Arrived at 8 SO and left up at 6 P- m ,
steamer Laaaen, from San Pedro, for Westport.
Seattle. March 25. L N. 8.) Arrived
NorthweBterm frora ; Southeastern Alaska, 7 a.
ra - LMhre. from San Pedro, noon. ' Arrived
March 24 President, from Han Pedro, 9:43
p. nv: EsHhoIme, from British Columbia porta,
8 n tn II. T. Scott, from Tacoma. at 6 D. ra. :
M. 8. Ke necott, from Tacomn, 5 p. m.; Fulton,
from British Colombia ports, S p. to. ; Wairaa-
nno. from Vancouver, ll:su a. ra. -auea
March 24 Brush, for . Portland. Me.. Tin Port
land, Or. j - -. . .
Ketchikan, Marcn Z4. nauea Jity or neas
Ue. northbound, at 11.25 t. n.; Alameda,
K Vnrk UiTvh OS .T V M. Railed -
Anna H, Morse, for Seattle.
Honolulu. March '. 33. Hailed Msxura, lor
Vancouver, 10 p. tn. I
Balboa. March VS. Arrived AJvaraao, irom
Seattle. . ,
Telrohono. March 23. Sailed M. - is. Ara
bian, for Seattle. ! j '
San Pedro. March t 24. Arrived-Windber.
from New York; Admiral Dewey, from Seattle.
Aberdeen. March 24,i A rn red Oregon, irom
San Francisco, noon ; Hartwood, from Han Fran
cisco, noon; Edna, from San Francisco, noon.
Sailed Schr. Camalo, for Celilo. noon.
Victoria. March 2 4. Sa tied Washtenaw, for
Esquimau. Passed out Montebello, for Port
San Luis, 8 a. m. '"';
Port - Blakeley. March 24. Arrtverl- cana-
dian Prospector, from Sydney ia Seattle.
Tacoma. March 24, Arniea Kjdef Manur,
from San Francisco. 7 a m.; rim)re, from
Seattle, S a. ra. Sailed March 24 Stan wood,
for San Pedro, noon. Prince Albert, for Prince
Rupert, S p. m. -
San r rancuco. aiarrn z:s.-. it r. . ar
rived March 24: Pasadena, Albion, 3:40 p.
m. ; schooner Thomas 'P. Kmhigh, Apia, 5:03
p. m.; Charles C-brtstereton, urays Harbor, (:4V
p. m. ; t'Ueuo, Bordeaux, 8:20 p. m. ; schooner
IJzzie 'Vance. Bapeeteb 7 p. ra; JB. I. Kilesley.
Vanooarer, 9 p. m.; i.Mandasan Mara, Kobe.
10:43 p. to. ; Kl iobo. Vancouver, 11 p. m.
Sailed. March . 24, Daisy Putnam, Columbia,
rirer, 1:50 p. m.t Steel Worker, New York,
2:25 p. m.; West Toeua, Baltimore, 3:10 p. m.;
Mayfair, Kureka. H :4l p. ra.:' Steel Itanser,
V ancourer. 3 p. ra. : i West Kaian, Lirerpool,
3:35 p. m.: Aiasco No, 3. Unga. Alaska. 11:10
a. m. ; Acme, Bandon, 4 '35 p. m. ; Solano,
Jrays Harbor. S:20 9. m. : W ahkeene. Orays
Harbor, 7 :30 p. m. Arrired tortay : iow-
ernor Lai Anselm, 2:25 a, m.: Admiral Fr
ragnt, Corinto, 6:40 a. m. ; schooner William
Bordon. Sydney. 8:30 a. m. Sailed today:
None. '.' ;
tHwratJon of S lt00 or more:
Fred Mark ham. erect residence. 1549 Wil
liams are. N'., between Holland and Stafford sts.;
builder, W. H. Morgan; ll'.'OO.
Knuly S. Stoehr, erect residence, 960 Pi Irr
Initon, between 31st j and 33d sts.; builder,
same: 8500. J
Sidney O. Lath rop, erect residence 7S2 Ellis,
between K. E. 22d and K. 24th sts.; builder,
same; $2000. ;
U. V. Ingrajn, repair residence, 1028 E.
Washington, between 3Mh and 34th sts.; build
er; Alex Anderson: $1200.
Peter O ruber, erect residence, 690 Iceland, be
tween 13th and 15th; builder, same; S2O00. '
H. H. Harris, erect residence. 502 35th. be
twen Clinton and Division; builder, W. J. Muir,
It. H. Harris, erect residence, 406 E. 35th,
tween Clinton and Division; builder. W. J. Muir.
F. A. Hart, erect garue, 860 Marshall, be
tween 26th and 28th; buiTder, ,ErU & Wegman;
C. If. Morton, erect office, 840 Alberta, be
tween 26th and 27th; builder, same; $1000.
P. 1 .4 Made.- erect residence, 1171 E. 25th
N . between Killingsworth and Jarrett; builder,
J. Kdw. Hunt, erect residence, 1743 E. 11th
St., near Clatsop; builder, aame as owner; cost,
$2000. , 4 !
Robert Kirkland. erect residence, 604 E.
54th. st. N., between Stanton and Alamij
builder, David Kirkland; cost, $5500.
E. W. Blaflutrom, erect residence, 6321 42d
st, btwn. 63d and 4th aves.) builder, same
as owner; cost $1200., f
John Smith, erect! residence. 1107 Rural
avenue, between 88th and 37th; builder, aame
as owner; cost siuuv.
H. 1. Sandtrom Co.. erect .residence. SST
E. 14 th street, between Siskiyou and Klickitat;
builder, same as owner: cost. $4200.
Fred Sweet, erect residence, 110 Prince torn
street, between, LeavitS and Burlington; builder,
same as owner: cost. $2000. -
William Morcross. erect residence, 159 Ne-
vsaa, between Virginia and Coroett; builder.
aame as owner; cost, oou.
Mary A. . Tbaven, erect i residence. 235 E.
33th street, between Salmon and Main: builder.
-jnomas it. rJatuer; cost, ;iouu.
John Sinners, erect residence. 7S9 E. 16th
st. f., ociween oeecn son cauiug, ouxiuer, vr.
V. TJrdeiTOve: cost. $2500.
Caroline Barnes, erect residence, 1494 AIMna
avenue., between Morgan and Bryant; builder,
Ashline & Keymond: cost, $2500.
E. W. Hanson, erect residence. 1804 Morris
street, between 70th and 72d; builder, W. F.
Hart: cost, Z265V. : i
H. M. Bond, erect residence. 804 Vancouver
avenue, near Failing; builder, Stokes-ZeUer Co.;
H. M. Bond, erect residence, 810 Vancouver
avenue, near Failing; builder, Stokes-ZeUer Co.;
cost, $2700. i
A. McDonsal Kerr.! : erect residence. 1793
Kenton bird., between Arryle and Hunt; builder,
same as owner; cost, $1000.
Paul Gaiie, erect residence, 1063 Hassalo St.,
between Imperial and Peerless Place; builder.
same as owner: cost, $5U0u.
Coffey C. Conway, erect, store, 27 W. Park
street, between Burnsida and Couch; builder,
A. jueyer; cost, jsuuu.
Vital statistics -
marriages, Birtbs. Deaths.
John F. Born. les&L 397 Monroe St.. and
Minnie lire wits, legal. 1269 Hood at.
Edward P. 'ndelmaa, 24, Seattle, Wash., and
sara mam, zi, 12 rv. zist st.
John Mydegger. legal. Parkrose, Or., and
neiue lfinf, legal. a t oster roaa.
W. fi. SMITH & CO. 811 Morgan bldg.
KASHA HA RA To Mr. and Mrs. S. Kaohahara.
95 N. 5th. March 14, a daughter.
WILSON To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, 6320
- 86thi March 22, a daughter.
BROWNSTO1N Te Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Brownstetn. 260 N. 20th. March 16. daughter.
GOLDSMITH To Mr, and Mrs. Douia Oold
' smith. 66 Irficreria fsrrh 1ft . i.rtf,htr
CLARKE To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clarke, 553 M
K. Ankenv. March 14. . ffanffhtnr
-DONMISSE To Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Donnusee.
r.. 020, iiairn n, a aaughter.
BROWNING To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown
ing. 936 E. 8 2d, March 21. a daughter.
FARTER To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Farver.
1172 E 15th. Sl.r.'h IS a inn
DUNNE- To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Dunne, SOT
c oum, aiarcn id, a son.
REISKBCK To Mr. and Mrs. N. Heisbeck.
901 E. 6th. March 21. a rhuiEhter
BROWN To Mr. and Mr. B. A. Brown. 42
K. 42d. March 18, son. i
BOLIN To Mr. and Mrs. B. Bolin. 920 S.
Crawford. Msrch 14. a daughter
EOCLES -To Mr. and Mrs. D. Eccles, 304
main, siarcn id, a son.
SCOTT To Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Scott. 260
Wygant. March 20. a dsnc-htr.
CARTER To Mr. and Mrs. Eli W. Carter, 231
E. 82d. March 16, a son. i
BRADY To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. - Brady,
iwiit n. 2iui. alarm iu. . iniiahtr : . .
MILLER To Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller. Van-
wuioi, iTBfHA. wu;a a son,
WALKER To Mr. and Mrs. P. Walker, T6i E.
12th. March 22. a daughter. .
COULTER To Mr. and Mrs. . A. Coulter.
o 1 1 -m ix i im, aiarcn iv, t aanghter.
REN WICK To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ronwcik.
ORSEN To Mr. and Mrs. A. Orsen, 109 E.
ooui. Aiarcn la. a oumiur.
WEBER To Mr. and Mrs. Nick Weber. 760
Rodney, March 14, a daughter. -COON
To Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Coon. 7 E. 7th.
LaCKAT David Laukat, 67 Morris, March
4 years; carcdnoma of mediastinum.
B0 BIN SON Georgia P. Robinson, Bandy blvd..
March 23. 1 year: rickets.
SPriJAf AN Pauline i SpiUman, 40 E. 63d.
vi?rh 2SiJ3 cerebral hemorrhage.
HO W ELLr Price Howell. Emanuel hoxp.. Msrch
1 , rs: perforsted gastric ulcer.
B0j-PA Anna B. BoWs, 1580 Olin, March 22.
3 yer; aortic Insufficiency.
wuTt1,1? W4nl- 8t VinoenU hospital.
March 21. 53 years; pneumonia.
. FLUFr RUGS
' F?, All Kind, of Old Carpets
gJ " l',. .........S15.00
. 0n Fluff Rug ....... a.00
OREOON FLUFF RUQ CO
194 E. Sum u , "tZZ 7814
Bynopsfei of the Annual Statement of the) 4
HUDSON INSURANCE COMPANT
of New York, in the state of Ncw Tork. OB the
31st day of December, 1920. made to the insur
ance commissioner of the state of Oregon, pur
suant to law: - r . . :. i
-.. ' -. CAPITAL '
Amount of capital stock paid op. . $ 500,000.00
Net premiums received during the
year ............. . . . 1 .05 3 .528.3 8
Interest, dividends and rent re
ceived daring the year 90,146.20
Income frora other sources re--
eeired during tha year..,.,,. 260.593.0S
Total income v. .". . . ... . . . .$1,404,087.66
Net lossee paid during the year, in- ' '
clnding adjustment expenses... $ 705.986.52
Commissions and salaries paid dur- -
ins the year 10I.338.ZO
Taxes. licenses and foes paid dur
ing the year ........ .- ... . sa.aio.zs
Amount of all other expenditures. 7,667,30
Total expenditures .. . . . . . . . .$ 900.622.27
Valns of stocks and bonds owned ;
i market value) .... .11.703.754.79
Loans on mortgages and collat
eral, etc ....i,,. S3.500.0O
Cash in banks and on hand , , 429.147.94
Premiams in course of collection
written tone Sept. 80, 1920. . 292,028.21
Interest and rents due and accrued 24,492.13
Total assets ., i ....... i. ... $2,535,823.07
Gross claim for losses unpaid . . .$ 381,718.85
Amount of unearned premiums on
all outstanding risks. ....... . 884.H3B.B4
Due for commission and brokerage 5.000.O0
AU other liabilities 178,069.43
Total liabilities, exclusive of 5
capital stock of $500,000. . . .$1,429,724.92
BUSINESS IN OREGON FOR TUB YEAR :
Net premiums received during the
year .... in. .! a
Leases paid during the year , 7.499.49
Lottee incurred during the year. . ' 7,453.45
HUDSON INSURANCE COMPANT OF
X M. W E N N STROM, President.
H, N. MORGAN. Secretary ,
Statutory resident attorney for service: J
A. C. BARBITR,
Commissioner of Insurance). .
bectloaal Houses and Garag-eg
MADE TO ENDURE
Inrestlgate Free fatalo? i
Redimade Bldg. Co., Portlaad, Or.
K. llth and Market Phono K. BU4
West Side Office, 803 Lewis Building
Fourth and Oak Phone Bdwy. 4334
Rewoven from old carpets save one half
eost of ordinary carpets. , Our fluff
ruga are velvety, durable and . artutus.
Guaranteed to wear. i . '
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
The oldest and best equipped factory.
Fluff snd rag rugs woven all sizes; car.
pets refitted; 9x12 rugs steam cleaned.
$1.50. We call for and deliver.
18S E. Eighth St. Phone East SSS0
PIONEER CARPET CLEANERS
Plaest Carpet Cleaners la City
We do all kin da of carpet cleaning,
refitting, sewing, laying, resizing,
binding and dyeing. In our strictly
modern equipped plant.
PHOMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
till Rugrs rtteara Cleaned.. .91.50
Plant and Office, 1078 E. Xdneola St.
Phone E. 863 We Oaii and Oetleer
in Your Building
by Our Unit System!
Fancher-McLean Co. :
08-9-1 o LEWIS BLDO.
BROADWAY SKU ; '
BEND US YOUR OLD CARPETS, OLD
Rugs and Woolen Clothing We Make
Raa Rug woven, all sixes. Mall
end for booklet. Mattresses renovated,
made ever. Feathers renovated, carpet
cleaning safrttlna, ate. Largest, finest
equipped carpet cleaning, refitting worts ia
Oregdn. Separate plants. Bxl S rugs
(teamed cleaned 91 .BO.
WESTERN FLUFF RUQ CO.
64-90 Union Ave. N. East SSI 8
WE CALL AND DELIVER.
NOTICE OF RAI.E OF GOVERNMENT
TtMBEB. GENKBAL LAND OFFICE.
Washington, I. C.
March 10. 1921.
Votlee Is hereby given that subject to the
conditions and limitations of the acta of June 9.
191 (39 Stat.. 218), snd Jane 4, 1920 (41
stat., T58), and the instructions of the Secre
tary of the Interior of September 15, 1917, and
June 22, 1920. the timber on the following
lands will be sold April 27. 1921, at 10 a. m..
at public auction at the United States land of
fice at Portland. Or., to the highest bidder at
not less than the appraised value as shown by
this notice, sale , to be subject to the approval
of the Secretary of the Interior. I The purchase
price, with an additional sum of one-fifth of 1
per cent thereof, being commissions allowed,
must be deposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sale Is not approved, otherwise patent
will issue for the timber which must be removed
within 10 years. Bids will be received from
citizens of the United States, associations of
such citizens and corporations organized under
the laws of the United States or any state, ter
ritory or district thereof only. Upon application
of a Qualified purchafier, the timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately before be
ing included In any offer of a larger cnit. T.
2 S., K. ft K., Sec IS, 8E14 SEK, red fir
160 M.. not to be sold for less than $1.25 per
M. T. 8 S. R. 6 W.. Sea 9. NW14 NEt, red
fir 880 M.. SVV 14 NE red fir 885 M.SK
NWVt, red fir 1280 M., BW14 fiW. red.fir
1130 M., none of whieh Umber shall be sold
for less thsn $1.75 per M. T. 5 8., R. 7 W.,
Sec. 33, NE SW , red fir 525 M.. white
Jir 120 M., none of the red fir to be sold for
less thsn $2 per M., and none of the white fig to
be sold for less than 60 cents per M. r , -
, (Signed) CLAT TAIXMAN.
Commiwrtoner, Genersl Land OfficeL
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S BALE
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Multnomah County. t
Department of Probate. :
la the Blatter of the Application of)
C. 3. Smith, Guardian of the)
Estate of Zella LnciUe Gillette,)
an incompetent person ) -
For Leave to Sell Real Estate. )
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of the Honorable George Tarwell, judge of
the circuit court of Multnomah county, Oregon,
probate department, made on the 21st day of
March. 1921, for the sale of the real estate
hereinafter described. I will, from and after the
21t day' of April. 1921. proceed to sell at
privste sale for ca.-h. the following described real
property: Am undivided one-thirtieth interest In
and to lots 2 and S in block 9, Couch s addition
to the city of Portland, Or., and also a like inter
est in and to the south one-half of lot S in block
IS of the city of Portland. Or.
Intending purchasers will eaQ or communi
cate with me at So. 707 Broadway blda Port
land, Or. t i .
C 3. SMITH. ';'.'
Dated the 23d day of March, 1921. ;
? Guardian of the Estate of Zella Lucille
' Gillette, an Incompetent Person, r
First publication Msrch 23. 1921.
la-t rmblii-stion April 20. 1921. ' '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I will not be responsible for any debts con
tracted hv my wife, Mrs. Mamie N. Harris, after
UiKh 23. 1921. as we have separated for the
second and last tune.. Signed. C JU Hams.
THE PORT OF PORTLAND ' . ;
. SflOO.OOO 5 YEAR S PER CENT
Sealed proposals will be received by the Port
or Portland at its office. 918 Spalding building.
Portland. Or., an til 2 p. so.. Friday. April 15,
for the whole or any part of an issue of $600.
000 of 5 year aeries "A" bonds of the Port
of Portland, dated April 1. 1921.
These bonds are in denomination of $1000
each, -with interest conpons. Principal and in
terest payable in cold coin at Portland, Or,
Interest at rata of S per cent per annum, pay
able April and October, principal payable April
1, 1 92.
These bonds are a part of an sane author
ised by an act of the legislative' assembly of the
state of Oregon (S. B. 75. being chapter 80.
Laws of Oregon, 1921. when published). They
are issued for the purpose of providing funds
for the purchase and construction of dredging
equipment and its operation and ' for general
main te nance expense of the Port of Portland.
Bids must be unqualified and any bid re
ceived which is qualified will not be considered.
The legality of these bonds has been passed
anon favorably by the law firm of Storey, Thorn
dike. Palmer A Dodge of Boston, Mass.. whose
opinion is on file for inspection. Certified or
photostat copies will be furnished bidden to
whom bonds are awarded.
Delivery of bonds will be made on pr before
April 25, 1921. at Portland, Or.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check or cashier's check on some responsible bank
in the city of Portland. Or., for .an amount
equal to 5 per cent (5 pec cent) of the face
value of the amount of bonds bid for. payable
to .the order of the Port of Portland, which
deposit shall be forfeited as liquidated damages
in ea-ie the bidder shall fail or neglect, on or
before April 25, 1921. to take and pay for
suah bonds as are awarded to him. The
bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for
cash, but the right to reject any and an bids
or to accept any portion of any bid is hereby
All proposals shall be marked: ''Proposals for
Bonds." addressed to the Port of Portland, 918
Spa Id rig building. Portland, Or. - -
Thisnotice is given by order of the board
of commissioners of the Port of Portland.
Dated at Portland, Or., March 21, 19111.
J. P. DOYLE.
I . AsAtant Secretary.
CIRCULAR No. 4 87 Sealed proposals will be
received at office of general purchasing agent,
Alankan -Engineering Commission, room 422,
Belt street terminal, Seattle, Wash., not later
than 11 a. m.. March 80, 1921. for furnishing
groceries and provisions, butter, cheese, rye flour,
candies brooms and brashe. knives, egg beaters
and1 whips. Copies of this circular may be
obtained upon application at this office, from
Alaskan Engineering Commission, 301 PoKtoffice
building. Portland, Or. ; or Alaskan Engineering
Commission,-307 Custom House. San Francisco.
Cel.; C K. Dole. General Purchasing Agent.
I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts coa
tracted by my wife. J. L. Jones. 1 '
OREGON COMMANDERY No.
1, K. T. Sir Knights atten
tion: On Easter Sunday Ore
gon Commandery will partici
pate in Eahtor services at 7 :'A(i
P m. at municipal auditorium as the guests of
Washington Commandery No. 15. The com
mandery will form at iu asylum at 4:30 P. m.
On i account of the crowded condition of the
armory Sir Knights are requested to be in
uniform as early as possible and all officers and
members of the drill corps are epeoiUy re
quested to report for duty not later than 5 p. m.
By order of the Eminent Commander.
F. W1KGAND. Recorder.
ABD-UHLrATEF TEMPLE NO.
117. D. O. K. K.. will hold
Jft Rarurday, March 26, at 9 p. m.
Following district convention.
O all votaries will meet at the
i-yuuan oiag.. 388 Yamhill at.,
V Portland. Or., at S p. m'
intn. wsri.11 V J s
' .a9 "'U UO yiUTlUOU BOQ Will
ieaT vt 3:30 p. m. ahxro for rm ah
otvnes are miuested to b present,, by order
' AXeC. JL U-Ah1 A. littAVbil),
AL KADER TEMPLE. A. A.
O. N. M. S. Stated session
Saturday. March 26. at 8 p.
m.. Pythian building. West Park
and Washington sts. Visiting
nobles cordially invited. By
order of the potentate.
HUGH J. BOTD.
MOUNT HOOD LODGE No. 157,
A. F. and A. M. Special oom-
(isy mumcauon unis evening, i p. m.
AS Work in M. M. degree, and tomor
row (Saturday) afternoon, 2:30
o'clock, work in F. O. decree. No
work tomorrow evening, account of Eastern Star
Club card party and dance. Vkztora welcome.
By order of W. 1L
! F. W. EVKE, Secretary.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER No. 18,
R. A. M. Called convocation
Saturday afternoon and evening at
4:30 and 7:30 o'clock. Ernst Eighth
snd Bumside sheets. R. A. degree.
Visitors welcome. By order E. H, P.
SUNNYS1DE LODGE NO. 183,
A. F. AND A. M . Special
communicattion Sat.. March 25. at
7 p. m., temple 39th and Haw-
tnome. wore in jr. kx degree.
Visitinir . brothers welmrea Rv
order W. M. C. P. JENSEN. Sec
L O. O. F.. ARLETA 216
Regular meeting tonight,
Friday. March 25. Work in
the initiatory deeree. Mount
Scott ear. 65th St. and Foster Road.
W. G. JOLLEY. N. G.
' A. J. OEDER. Sec
OREGON LODGE No. 101. A. F.
and A. M. Special Communica
tion Saturday, at 7 p. m. Work in
the M. M. degree. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited. By order of
the W. M.
LESLIE 8. PARKER, Secretary.
w A ee ai e KfeGlLAR MEKTLNG tonight
O. O. F. 'Temple. 226 Alder
street. . Work in the Third ae-
, gree. Visitors always welcome.
V.W.r. F. P. H. MILLS. N. G.
W. D. SnOTT. Recording Secretary.
EMBLEM JEWELRY a specialty, buttons, pins,
ehsrms. .Tseger Pros.. 131-133 3tb st
BLOCK In this city. March 24. Lena G.
Block, aged 81 years, late of 1230 East 10th
St. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block
of Edmonton, Canada, and sister of Henry, John
and Kacbael Block and Mrs. Mary Dick of Port
land, SamueL Margaret' and Phoebe Block and
Mrs., Esther Huether of Canada. The remains
are at Fin ley's mortuary. Montgomery at 5th
Notice of fnneral hereafter. -
SPICKKLMIER At the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. C. Thome. 319 37th st. March
25, Sarah Travis Spickelmier aged 81 years.
Remains at parlors of Breeze A Snook, Belmont
st 85th. Funeral notice later. ,
GORDON In this city, March 24. , Isaac J..
aged 46 years, husband of Ida R. Gordon of
32 1 Vista are. The remains are at Finley'i
mortuary, Montgomery at 5th. Notice of fu
WALLER In this city. March 25. Eliza Wal
ler. The remains are at Finley's mortuary.
Montgomery at 5th. Notice of funeral hereafter.
N EAGLE In this city. March 25, Ella N eagle.
aged 82 years, beloved wife of Martin Neagle
and ; daughter of Mrs. Belle Swine of Ashland,
Or..: and niece of Mrs. J. E. Mshen of this city.
Funeral- services will be held Saturday. March
26, at l p. m., at the cheapei of Miller A
Tracer. Interment. Riverview cemetery. Serv
ices strictly private.
TRIMMER At residence, 999 East 28th street
north, March 24, Katherine Trimmer, aged 41
years, wife of J. W. Trimmer, r Funeral will be
held from McEntee A Eilers parlors, 16 th and
Everett streets, tomorrow (Saturday), March 26,
at 2 o'clock p. tn. . Friends invited. : Interment
Rose City cemetery.
LUKAT March 24, David Lukat of 67 Morris
St.. aged o years, beloved nusoand of . Emile
Lukat and father of Frank Lukat of Portland and
Paul Lukat of Sacramento. CaL Funeral will be
held at the chapel of A. R. Zeller Co., 592
Williams ave.. Saturday, March 26, at 2 p. m.
Interment In Rose City cemetery.
REED At ' the residence. 40 Ella street,
Msrch 23, Gsil lone Reed, aged 25 years,
beloved daughter of R. H. Reed and sister of
Lyna M. Rood, Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Maroh 26, at 2 p. m., at the chapel
of Miller A T rarer. Interment MeClearv, Wash.
MATTISON March 22. at Los Angeles, CaL,
Virgil Wilhssn Mattiaon, aged 8 years, be
loved son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mattison.
Private funeral services will be conducted .Sat
urday, March 26, at 11 a. m., from Pearson's
nndertakrng pertnrs. Russell st. and Union gve.
ALLEY In this city. March 25. Charles Allev.
aged 60. The remains win be forwarded to
BerKl. Jr.. py nreese tt Snoot. Belmont at 85th
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 105
M1IJ.KR A TRACEY. independent funeral dfc
- ractnrs. Prii-im u low -. eon a, .
Washington at Ella. Main 2691. A-7885.
k'ENTEE A EILERS. funeral parlora wkh all
mv f 1 ' W UOHM. lout aim Averetc sts.
. , . ...
DOWNING A MNEMAR A homelike plaeeT
ModeraU in pricea . Irvingtoa ttnri. Phone
A. R. Zeller Co.'i.
StrAnrns UNDERTAKING CO. Main 4152
iSifVGWea A-2321. Corner Third and Clay.
r-..-..j5:.,lUl047 Belmont st.
'tab. 12S8. B-2546
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 105
FORMERLY F. 8. DUNNING, INCw
"The Family Seta the Price"
414 K. Alder rt. Phw rw B2
ED We HOLMANI SON
"(WALTER i. HOLMAN)
THIRD AND SAIJION STREETS
A. D. Kenworthy & Co.
6802-SS04 92D ST. H. EL, LE.VTS
Ant. 618-21.- . Home Phone D-l
EAST ELEVENTH AT HAWTHORN B
PHONK EAST 781.
- Dunning & ; McEntee
Morrison st. at 12th.
Presdwsy 4 30. ' Ant. 54 5-59.
. CHAMBUS CO.;
Funeral Directors i
AT) the Conveniences of a Home
WooiTlswn 9306. 248-250 Klinirworth are.
R T RVt?IM !P?EV RESIDENCB
e Jl e O I JC3 ESTABLISHMENT
9Q1 Willismy ave. Woodlawn 220.
FINLEtf 'S : MORTUARY
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH. j MAIN 9.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WORKS
QCALTTY TdXMOIUALS '
E. THIRD A PINE STS. PHONE CT43
U 267-3RO ST. AT MADISON
-"ori;Barsa iarbltej Works
266 4th st Op. City HaH. Wen Bros.
kstn ue.it ' f,
ajia r Jk - -.
LARGEST OETAJL ROQtST .. PORTLAND
And Floral Designa 25
Large Hothouses. No
Branch j Stores 25
Years on Morrison sL
between j 4th- snd 6th.
TeL Main 7709.
We" specialize in "wedding, reception, tea and
uecorauons, personal attention. loral
tributes promptly attend-d to. i
Swetland's Flower Shop
""HMn rj., oerween q and 4th
y Smith's Flower Shop
-Portland's Prsgressive Florist"
u , . T"ors for All Occasions.
Main 7215. T. C. LUKE. Mgr. i 6th snd AMer.
MARTIN A FORBES CO., florists. 354 Wah
ington. Main 269. A-1269. Flowers lor all
occasions grtisticilly srrsngrd. '
Ppmralft'e floral shop
""r" z. Alder.
N. W. Bank Bldg. Main
61 iq. 831 Morrison St.
LOST AND FOUND
THE following article were found on the cars
- of the Portland Railway, Light A Power Co.,
March 23, 1921: 10 umbrellas 13 lunch boxes,
2 purses, 2 car tickets, 2 packages, 1 handbag,
4 .pairs gloves, 3 order books, veil,, check book,
carpenter's square. Owners may obtain same
npon proper identification at First and Alder
street station. !
LOST On 1M car. Thursday, j March U4. a
green purse containing money I and a valued
piece of jewelry. Finder keep money and please
return purse and contents to 1027 Westover
road or phone Marshall 2462. i
LADY who took green silk umbrella Irom Meier
A Frank's optical department Wednesday
morning, kindly leave at lost and! found desk in
wme More. No questions ake1. ! '
LOST Lady's Elgin wrist watch, -.with gold wrii-t
band, between Y. M. C. A. snd Sixth and
Morrison. Notify Mine Hoopes, Main 8700 or
Tsbor 1662. Reward. .
LOST From Portland and Newberg stage, 1
black handbag, March 22. 1 Finder notify
Portland-Newberg Bus Line, 4th and Alder.
Phone Main 8314. !
STRAYED Toy Boston bull, with white head;
answers to xige; cnua s pet. jAut. 04Z-T1;
LOST Friday night, suitcase marked "A. M.
W containing lady's wee ring ; appareL Re
ward. Phone Tabor 782.
LOST Gold Eversharp pencil, with name, Dor
othy Franklin engraved thereon, Phone Tabor
489. Reward. t
LOST Boston bull terrier with iharness; white
cnesi ana irom; male, unerai reward, wood
lawn 1470. !
STRAYED. 8unday. Boston Terrier (brindle).
screw tail; license 2601. Reward. Auto.
LOST Pair tan gauntlet gloves; Phone East
LOST Envelope containing names, a petition,
long envelope; reward. Call Broadway 403.
LOST A long-haired black . and white puppy,
called Billie. 900 E. 7th st. N.
LOST (i lasses in case between Wash, high and
Hawthorne ave.. along 14th st. j Tabor 6638.
LOST Window screen, bet. Glisan and Stark
on 60th st. Finder call Tabor 8448.
BUSINESS AND TRADE SCHOOLS 200
SPECIAL $25 AUTO COURSES
YOUR OPPORTUNITY AUIO and TRAC
TOR, ignition and battery work, vulcanizing and
retreading, driving. Up-to-date practical shop
experience. 1AI ana E fcN IN ; classes. Ore
gon ex-eervice men, the state pays your entire
tuition fee. Catalogue and information upon
request. HEMPHILL'S AUTO AND TRACTOR
SCHOOLS, 707 Hawthorne ave.. Portland. Op
erating the largest chain of practical Auto ana
Tractor Schools in the world. i
THE Dudrey School of Aeronautics wffl
train you for any of the big pay posi
tions in aviation. Enroll now and get
your application In for this season's
work in the cleanest and best paying
profession of the day. i
DUDREY AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
School of Aeronautica
105-7 N. llth st. Portland. Or.
AUTOMOTIVE SCHOOL '
Too want nothing but the best Here It la
Standardized with schools in 60 other eitiea:
best laboratories, best shop equipment and in
structors. Actual shop practice given on real
repair lobs. Results absolutely guaranteed. Tbe
time for yon to go to school is while business
is quiet. Prepare now for big business openings
in few . montna. inquire Oregon institute of
Technology, 6th and Main.' Clip this ad and
!nd it in fWr rtm-in1 48 rtsge : eatslogn-c.
West's Largest Business. College.
Assures EVERY URADUATE A POSITION."
All business courses. Including comptometer
training. Enroll any time day school, night
school. Write for free catalogue. 4th St.. near
Morrison phone Main 690. - j ,
TOO CAN EARN YOUR WAY THB61JgH
ALISKY BLDG.. D AND MORRISON.
ENROLL In a business school where students se
cure individual instruction in tbe major sub
jects and personal attention in all subjects, book
keeping, stenographic, calculator, i private secre
tarial courses offered. Write or icail for inter
view. - New term sow opening. Day and eve
ning sessions. Oregon Institute of Technology,
191 6th st. Main 8700, lxcal 2.
HOLER . BARBER - COLLEGE will teach yon
the trade in 9 weeks; receive some psy while
Vis mine: noauona secured; ex -service
ceive state aid. . Write or call for catalogue.
234 Bumside st. -
1HE C ALLAN Uulti graphing School is Placing
- iu students in reaponauiia positions as fast as
they qualify. It will pay you to join trie classes
now forming, . 409 A rtissns bldg . Broadway
and Oak. - t
CALLAN Multigraphing school is placing its
students as last as they qualify. Opening for
S girls in class. Register aow. 403 Artisans
bldg.. Bdwy. and Oak.
ROCKY MOUN1AIN TEACHERS' AGENCY
Enroll free. Frank K. Welles, former assL
state sopt.. Mgr.. N-W. Bank bldg. Auto. 612-13.
MEN, WOMEN, learn barber trade; wages while
learning; positions guaranteed. Mgr. 22 years
experience. Oregon Barber College. 238 Madisoa.
LARN TELEGRAPHY Railway . Tslegrsjih in
stitute. 424 Railway Exchange bldg: Night
EAST SIDE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Miss Begins Bucket's privste school; individual
Instruction. 122 Grand ave. East 427.
229 Main at,
BUSINESS AND TRADE SCHOOLS 20O
Tf TOU WANT TO F7.Y '
WE'LL MAKE YOU A PILOT
Our methods instul
ffdence from the start.
You know you are fly
ing with the most skilled
instructors and the best
equipment from the
safest field that monty
ran buy. Our average
student will qualify fog
tbe International Pilot's
License alter 7 hours in
the air. The cost
baaed on the time it takes
to ouallfv with aafets.
a u, auu.L , l.u
217 Main at.
, AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL ;
ADCOX AUTO SCHOOL
The largest and bert equipped auto and gas
engine school ia the West la located at Union
ava and Wasco street, Portland. Or. Prospect
ive students and visitors can inspect school daily
at 11 a. m., except Saturdays.
j OREGON EX-SERVICE MEN ; ! '
The state: pays you $25 per month while
attending school. Enroll now before educa
tional fund is exhausted.
HELP WANTED MALE 201
WANTED An elderly man who desires Hght
farm work to work part time for wages snd
part time for himself, on a good farm ; house,
garden, etc., furnished; good opportunity; would
not object to men and wife if no children. Ad
dress Esrl R. Smith. Suver, Or.
WANTEI--Saiesman to sell a new praotical of
fice specialty which has an Inxtant appeal;
20 eoramueion paid. ; A worker can earn
from $7.60 to $15 per day. Apply Saturday
afternoon between ' 2 and ; 8 o'clock, 601-502
Wnsldine bldg. ' i ' v
REPAIRMEN, mechanics, get free sample of
aluminum solder snd list of original money
making formulas; send self addressed, stamped
envelope for reply to Anchor Repair Shop, bog
68. llwaco. Wash.
SALESMEN WANTED Patented household ne
cessity; commission on future business. Cali
fornia also open to right party. 416 Chamber
of Commerre bldg. v"
Experienced, able to maintain office: new
pronosiiton ; ; greateKt merit: largest money re
turns. AiMily 220 Henry hW.
L'UMMKlU'iAl, gardener or farmer wanted to
' work farm; free rent; equiiunent for sale very
cheap. Terms, For particulars- address 395
Fsirbsnks St., or call Amn. !iB-r4.
WANTED A man to furnish light truck and
make deliveries on contract or salary basis for
wholesale hmise. Phone Rrosdway 1798.
CHARLEY STATER, seen in Portland last
week. Would be to yonr advantage to call
at 1104 Hawthorne. Tsbor 6136.
Mnst be first-class. Apply Paoifio Bsy City
market. 4th and Yamhill sts.
WANTED 10 solicitors for worthy cause: will
: pay good salary and commission. Call at
1117 E. Market. Tabor 426.
EXPERIENI 'ED sales en; largest money re
turns; greatest merit. Phone Broadway 6814
V AN i Ei Reliable marrird man ailli macUiiie
to solicit for cleaners and dyers. Apply 104W
I'nion gve. N.
WANT painting-and tinting, will give dental
wot. 'sll 8905- S4th -t. Ant. 628-89.
JANITOR Colored man and wife for apt. house;
must be competent. Main 1062.
BEN Oil MAN wanted. Free land Furniture Co.,
970 M scads m st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE 204
BY A YOUNG married woman in small country
place, mature woman aa companion and to
assist with housework and care of children ia
exchange for good horns and small wagea D-110,
MXtS. L. V. SCOTT, lormeny with tbe federal
employment service, furnishes competent of
fice women; also women for sll other lines of era
ployi nent. 329 Henry bldg. H roadway 4637.
EXPERIENCED landlady for small but good
hotel, pay highest wages to right partyv
WANTED experienced operator to sew , ticks for
. mattresses. United Manf. Co., 25th and Hol
ANY GIRL in need of a f riend, .. apply to the
kmm.bcvu Armr ncKuv iiniiirr, uniiair idu
Alexander sts. Phona M1n 34 60. D M nr.
LADY SOLICITORS. GOOD COMMISSION.
APPLY . 6511 72D ST. S. E. MT. SCOTT
WANTED some elderly person to work up old
. clothing Into quilt top in exchange for hair
work. Plione Main 6842. .
WANTED White woman to do family wash.
-4511 for snd deliver. Phone Main 654 2.
WANTED Up-to-date experienced dressmaker.
For particulars address Box 263, fUlvcrton, Or.
SHORT hour girl at once; experience not nec
essary. 261 Broadway.
WANT middle aged lady : for housework. Ad
dress A. Westerlund, lionnevuie. Or.
HELP WANTED MALE AND
WANTED A limited number that like to
draw to qualify as -apprentices in large en
graving concern. Earn while you learn. Bureau
or Engraving, 4a 4th at. OKice OUa. air.
Greer B roadway 1 836.
WANT party to instruct aie in algebra 2 nights
a week. K-268. Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE 251
, CALL TABOR 64
- C. W. MiMKRdT
PLOWING. EXCAVATING AND. GRADING
174 E. 47TH ST.
WANTED By experienced hardware man, 28
years in hardware. Would accept job as sales
man or work for hardware, plumbing or hot
air furnace. Address X 78U SU Phone Xs
bor 4176. ; ;
UlJ lwus fixed, new lu put in, garden aors
my specialty: alo cement and carpenter work.
G.. W. Flowern. 242 E. 88th at. S. Tabor 8479.
CEDENT tauuuatioua. houses raided, baaemtruts
enlarged, cement work of all kinds; reasonable.
MThu 1 882. ;
CARPENTER jobbing contractor. Work guar
anteed; reasonable Iigurea Call uelmont.
Phone Main 18 IS.
YOU lurnish paint and tint. 1 will put it on
for reasonable dsy s wage. Anto. 022-79.
PAPERING and kaJoomining and in-ide fini.h
ing. floor Wsxing. Rednc1 rste. Tahor 6258.
Reshingled specialty. Phone East 1201.
PLASTERING, chimney and cement work. 109
K. 4m st. Tahor zxaa.
L'AltPKX'IKK and contractor. Jobbing anything
in the building line. Phone Eaut 86S6.
PAINTING and tinting in all their branchea
Reasonable. Woodlawn 3326. Veil Bros.
GALBUEATH, the painter. We hang paper
right side np. lowest rate. Woodlawn 1484.
PAINTING, Kateomlning, carpentering. 6703
Woodntock ave. B. r- Auto. 017-4H.
CEMENT work ; all kinds. First class only.
WANTED Carpenter work by competent ae-
ehanier Phone Woodlawn !82.
SMALL carpenter jobs wanted; first class work
A. Grover, 652 6th. Mar-hall 888.
CEMENT work of ail kinds. Call Woodlawn
1655. ' - '
MAN with Ford delivery wants work. Phone
' East 8233. -- ; --- - ' - ' ' ' -
' "EXCAVATING AND GRADING
3. A. LYONS. EAST 843
HOY, 17, wants work. Anto. 629-42.
FOR plumbing work call Auto. 623-44.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE 254
LACE, SCRIM AND MARQUISETTE CUIt
TAINS. DRAPERIES, IK1NE CP LIKE
NEW. , WILL CAIJ " EAST 8618.
kEi.IABLE young lady desires housekeeping in
city or country ; prefer place where thera are
children. K-256, Joumsl ' -
1HOROUGHLY exp. lsdy wants pastry, sslads
or pantry work: Wdt, 120. Ask for Mrs.
WANTED Position as saleslady or housekeeper
in. respectable place. Phone Est 1Q3.
LALrY want hou sec leaning, washing or other
work: good work guaranteed, wooqiawn saro.
WILL care for children evenings and afternoons
while mother is away. Broadway 2740.
MIDDLE-AGED lady wishes housework. Address.
A. Weterhind, Bonneville, or.
LADY wants work, housekeeping or laundry
. r . . T r ... -1 ,, . Si f -
wuis. giruioTu jioii. i mnu v.
WOMAN wbbce cleaning, wa-hing and iroalug
by dav "r ho r Pbone S-nwood 17Q2.
LACE CURTAINS HAND UfNDEBED. IT
YRS. EXPERIENCE. 8Qc CP. EAST 6199
DRESSMAKING Ladies and children s dress
making and tailoring, also alterations. Phone
622-11. - ' "
HEMSTITCHING, 8 CTS., WINONA'S SHOP
210 FLEIDNER BLDO.,
Wahmgt-a at 10th st.
DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS. KK
MODELING. PHONE BDWY. 2564. " 471
AI.IKR STREET. -
DRESSMAKING done by day or at hxne; will
also trim your hat. : Madame Dierickx.
Anto. 622-Q8. 563 4th rt.
161 Hm 23d. at, . Max. 3374-
Let the Richmond fashion abon do your
spring sewing and you will, be delighted. We
make suits, costs, dreseea. bkaee and under
garments. Also refitfng end alteratmna We
give prompt attention .and our prices are rva
son a Die. laoor hull iizv inrieton ex.
DiEi.St, cleaning. preaaing. dreewmsking, re
modeling, relining, alteration, plestmg, rea
sonable prices, j The Cab met Cleaners A Dyers,
424 Mnrrinn. nesr llth. Main 1825. '
SEWING SHOl 120 Sixteenth. St.. between
Wavb.-and Alder. Ooen 8 a. m ta 8 n. m.
Alterations, relintng, mending, 50e an hour.
plain sewu.g s wanted! mausuaiX
8934. x .
THKEE practical nurses, 1 nurse for matron.
NL'RSE will take maternity- casea at her home.
reasonable. Phone vtdln. 5326,
WAN TED -Practical nursing by day or week.
i-nces very reasons Die. rnone Slain jii.
EXCEPTIONALLY pleasant front room ia modern
bouse. .-Weii fumi, lied, convenient and rlcao
Would be nice for 2 rooming together and shar
ing expenses. Separate beda if drxired. or would
rent to one alone. Have olliRr idngle Km.i to
rent in same. . Plain one on 3d floor. Very rva
sonable. AU rooms with or without very light
housekeeping. 302 12th-.! Mar. 828. t
H1K New American Hot.l at i)2 Sd .t. ttor.
Flanders is now under. Amer'can mansKempnt.'
1 has been -thorotushly cleanid snd wiurnihed
with new furniture. -We are In i' -pmiiion U
render the best of service to t lie mo-t exacting
prrwti st pre-war prices. Ed F, T"ddnti, mcr
! Nicely Furnished Room
i.. h, . ' . w . ....... ; ., ! k. ; ,. .,
distance tUriimt district.' 33S 10th. Main
: - Modern 2 Room Apt.
and srparat sleeping room. Very comfortable.
Leeds apartments, 210 Market at. Marshall 3597.
3 FURNISHED rooms tor m pernons, no chil
: dren. 674 Borthwick at. J. M. Pittenger.
Res. phone Wdln. 6162; office phone Wdln.
4064. . i -
HOTEL" GLEN WOOD
Cor. 6th and Rnmside. Steam heat, hot and cold
wxter; free hstlis: 7."ic up. - 4.5Q ;ier vwi.-
WINCHEHTEK HOTEL -A
workingman's hotel; nice clean roans at
reaHonablc rates. Transient 50n per dsy snd
w. 13V4 N. 3d Bdwy. 2218, ;
COAST HOTEL, 232 Burnside. . Phone Bdwy.
2072. Under new management. ' Hot and
cold water. 6 testa heat and free baths. Rales
$3 50 snd np. ........ i
Rooms by day or week. 4 per week and
i. 4XQH Wash. -st, bet. "14th and 1 5th U.
SOUTH FRONT, clean -furnished room, with
bay window, gas plate; 2 bolrks from Mont
gomery A Ward. 631 Barter st.. $10. Mar-
shsll 3090. - - - i - -
1'liHEE room, clean, pleasant front apt-, light
and aromatic hot water for bath free, ftuit
able for 2 or 3 adults. 625. 1623 Macadam.
UOCSEKEEl'lNG and sleepuig rooms, very clean
and warm ; S minutes' walk from Journal of
fice; no children. 655 Washington, corner of
Ells. Phone Bniadwsy 9477. ---
TWO completely furnished housekeeping rooms.
Water, light.' phone, sepsrate entrance, clean.
Employed couple preferred." 354 ' Montgomery
St.. eomer perk. - 1 - -
FURNISHED room 318, not housekeeping, close
in. near, carline. Eaat 3152.. ,
Centrally located, modern, steam heated, hot
and cold water. Phone in each room, j BOS
Stark, cor. 6th. - ' ' I
SEE THIS ROOM i
Room, all modern conveniences, reasonable.
651 Washington st. Bdwy. 2535, apartment C.
FOIt RENT Nice clean furnished tront room,
11 per month. Apply at 411 East Pins St.,
nesr Grand sve.
FCRMSUED bouaekeepiiig rooms irom: 310 to
20 a month. Light, beat, water and bath
Included. 405 W. Park at.
GAKi.AND hotel, -a TriiuLy. bck lutu aud
20th, on Wanhington. Modern outside rooms,
fre nhone and batli. 34 week np.
ONE nice oluau trout room, auitable lor 1 nur 2
men or working couple. . Modm convenifcucea.
124 K. 15t.li !-t. I'lir-ne En-t 4ftU4.
THE ZORNS HOTEL
Fifth and Morrison. - Nice eleaa H, K, rooms.
Centrally located. . ..; ... . - -
FOR KENT 2 single i rooms and kitchenette,
1 suite If 2 rooms, running water, close in,
nice neighborhood. 200 14th St. -v
FOR KENT 2 room apt., close in, hot- and
cold water, large roomi, reasonable rates, heat.
404 Taylor. Main 8411. j
r'OR RENT 2 H. K. rooms, cloae in. lights,
beat and gas, bath, nice neighborhood. ' 492
Taylor. Phone Msm 6837. t ! -
FOR RENT 2 rooms, nicely furnished, electric
lignt, furnace neat, une oi eatn and phone.
Reasonable rent. 6nl With.
25 Splendid front room and alcove, private
bath, suitable tor z or 3 men, Near aiilp
ysrd. 564 1st. Hawthorne Apt.
NICELY furnibhed sleeping rooms, steam best,
hot ana cold water; also rooms with private
bsth 209 H Bth ft.
NICELY furnished housekeeping and sleeping
rooms. 30a Main at. Main 4810. bate
carfare. ' g - :
NEW furniahed rouuu, walking distance frora
town, furnace heat, free phone and bath, $3
per week. 605 6th at. Main 8589.
bLEEPING rooms, furnished, all outside, steam
heat, on carline and walking distance. 14
Grand are.. N.. - ' -
HOTEL WEST, under new management. Neat
clean rooms, with running water; 60c-fl a
day. 51H North th at. '
LARGE, well furniihed front room, furnace heat;
free phone and. bath; by the mouth only. 188
W. Park st.
FURNISHED room, steam heat. Call before 10
or after 3, 189 Park st. Aut. 622-23.
FOR REN'i 1 suite ot 3 rooms, . ckwe m.
downtair, 84 10th st.
Fl'RNISHED hou.-keei)ing room with kitcben
ette, good heat 321 W. Park St Mar. 1426.
MoDEKN aleeping rooms' lor rent; Nelill lio-
teU 402 E. Wa.'rimgtfin t. Kast W4.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooma for rent, light
a . . ; i , , , 1. L"( ... ,
ID'! WIT llirill'l ir 1 . l w 7-j ...... ...
FOR RENT Comf. H- K. rooms, walking dint..
heat and usual conveniencea 333 Motit
FL'UNlHliED sltepliej room lor renW near Jef
ferson high. Csll Wdln. 626
' PRIVATE FAMILY 301
ONE irunt bedroom lor rut, with beat, bath
telephone furnished. flS per month; S blocks
from Z carline. 1003 E. Salmon, tt Tgbor
SOMEONE to share nice home, 4 blocks from
car; prefer man and wife or mother and win;
would consider only reliable parties. Tanor 237
between 10 s. m. and 2 p-. m, ;
MChi.1 turniUiiKi moiiorh rooma, beat, batii.
phone; East- side, cloae j ia; $18 per . month.
SLEEPING room for one or two gentlemen, 1
block from the carlines and walking dintance,
rea-wmsoie raw, i. an - y""
TWO beautifully furnihei. sleeping roonw, steam
heat, home-privileges, era v i o per .uiouwu,
walking distance. 344 College st. ;
NICELY furnished large front room, with ooariL
very reasonable; also single room. 375 Chap.
man st,, between im ana iw, m ami.
IARGE well furnished room, furnace heat, bath,
walkina distance from town, near Lincoln
high. 851 Wet Park .st. " -- . - - - -
FURNISHED room in pVivate. home, well fur
nished, light, vim room; walking distaoia.
LARGE front vroom; walking distamM; running
water, porch ; suitable for gentlemen or couple
employed. 570 Hoyt at.. Brosdwsy 1955.
FURNISHED room, one or to girls, employed;
laundry privileges, breakfast privileges, 930
E. Salmon at lt at.
FOR RENT 2 nice clean rooms, furnace heat,
light and gas; good bathroom; good basement
for webbing. Woodlawn 4545.
A WELL furnished sleeping room, close in, west
side; heat,, bath, phone. . Main 4013. 434
FCKNISUED room n modern home, with
every convenience, for gexttlemaa or lady i-
ployed, references exchangea. Phone a.. 8413,
NICELY Ft'BNlSHED FBONT ROOM NEAR
KENTON, MODEIUTELY FBICED WOOD
I.AWN 1035. - '
kA'l , clrtin, i wel, heated citaina room for
reut: well furnished; walking distance- 46
FL'RNLSHEU -aleplng rw,m; walking dutarioe;
reasonable, rates, Mr. A. C. Downing. 624
FURNISHED sleeping rooms; all outsaie rooma
Mrs. Msry Bcott. 10 E. 9th st.
NICE, deaa aleeping rooms, ckjae in, modern
conveniences. 474. Yamhill, comer 14th. -
$3.60 WEEK, attractive room, with heat to
wot king man. 4 blka off Wash, gt. 81 N. 14th.
BLEEi'lNlr ro4.m lor gtnUcman, near eat end
Brordway brwige. Phone East 6743.
1 SLEEPING room,, near earns, rat reasun
: sble. 219 Morris. Woodlawn 2324,
NEAT ROOM, CONVENIENT TO BATH; KtA
HOSABI.E BIWT. 1560.
ROOM far sent. East Side. Pnoee Sell wood 172.
og call at 541 Beacon at,.
WELL furnished, pleaaant front room, ftiiigle or
double, in quiet location; genUeinan cnlft . '
bath and Phone; half block tn rartina aud tiH "'
ing distance. Call 69 E. 10th st. N. Phone
Kat 2276. -
SlCKLY furnii,lird front room fir genUuiaii - &
only; tciephoie and. bath, 1 block from 2
carlluea, alw walking distance; reasoiuible rate.
Call Eat 7172.
ONE Urge room, suitable for two p-rona. near
carHne, close In diatrlrt. all conventeruioa, near
shopping stores, ete , electric. Phone Main 6613.
17S lth .t.
LAKt.E. ligUt, well venmatnl rooms in a moi
ern home. W. S-, 10 minutes to center of
town;' lots of hot wster. $12 per mouth up.
497 Harrison, near 14lh.
LoV ELY fiirnislied room ut nw moiltrn pnrais
home, gsrsue, two blocks smitli of Rrw City
csrhne. So other roomer. eiitltman prtrferred,
864 E. 45th N. Atitomstlr alT-N.
NICK sleeping rooms, private family. 889' 12th
S. West side Mar-lmll 2024. "
SOMEONE to ahara nice hoinc, 1 block front
. car; would prefer elderly couple or man and
wife. Call 19HS East Stark. Ant,. 213-Ktt.
ROOM AND BOARD 302 i.
HKb'llUK uu make m or mind tu iwttle dowii t
: to room snd board, roin see me, gc-t my -;
prices; they ere tight: 9 auuarvs per day; jikd
at home. Call East 8678. I 'J
ROOM and board, 18 ter week. Nar carline.
Gornl dixtrirt. Wdln. i5. 1 773 Ix-nvur svs.
Nar Nirolai iNmr work and atora.vHrd.
RvhMM wuh ur wtthtmt board. : Hot watr, elc
trio ligbla. 1 blork to carline. 80 ininuUis
from .town, Wdln. 8727. -.
1 Al.K IKW (smily liotid; room nd Ix'aid I5
nor moiilli and up.. All moilirn iMinvenienres.
3H6 Monlgonuy, ror. W. PsrW. -jliiin 37w:i. L
kOR KENT Rooms for gentlemen who deaire
good home with board. All convenient-.
Walking dinUnee. 788 .lohnw.n. Main 870H.
ROOMS AND BOARD
l HOt'EKEEPlNG room. Alsa mm with bogrd.
awwwwie Hi, o I. V Ul su
Board and room for working couple, front
room, nii-n bumtalow. home iiriviu-aea. (all
HAVE double room foi employed or uiarriel
couple, alxo 1 single room for working girl, 2
meals; home privileges: walking distant. Eat
WANTED To board 2 little girls private home;
pleaxant surroundings, near 2 good schools. 13
minutes' ride from town. Woodlawn 3708.
PLENTY OK MII.K AM) ltKST OF cXfiT!!
WITH LOTS OF IX1VR IS BABIES' 8HAHb.
AGK-S 2 TO 8 YEARS. 167 N. 22D ST.
Nil 1-1.1 lurnlelied roajtu ainl luairil, bouit) prin
leges, excellent rnesla: walking distance: pncis
reasonable - Plume Ks-t 51165,
LOOM and board with all home privme; laiK-
room stiilsble for two. Kstes very reaaonalilo.
Clve tn on rarline; 519 Miaifhri.
ONE slet-ping roHii; close, m. Qiar sarlitie; wn It
or wiuioui aooaru. Hums cooking. ot a
HIHIM and table board. tine hloi-k to carline.
30 per month. Mr. Painter. IHfl E. IHtli.
ROOM and board: walking dutaoce. Mra L. A.
Smith, 15 K 9th.
BO Allll and room very reaannabla. 153 N. lOUl
-t Phone rlroalway 4 4a.
NICE, rleati room, hot water, (oud esta, in
modern home. 54 7 V 6th at.
ROOyltNG. rk-an, cing'nial "maTTi Ci mode rn
home, single bed. Main P325.
IllllIM amrhiu.nl. 51 Hun.h. fall H.-ll. 17.'.
FOR RENT 1L K. anarlment, 2 mi., I lares
and kill-lien: include iignta. neat anil water.
Reaxonahle rstra, deairsble neighborhood, klaf
rhall 325M. 827 Broadway.
Full KENT i'wo rooms kiUiiru and he.dnu.in,
lights, water; rates for 1 person 315, for 2
$18; clone in, nice neighborhood. Mar. 3535.
" CITY V1I0W HOTEL
i Good, elesn housekerping room., sultab!" for
eouple. A Uo . sleeping room-. 203 hi Union
are.. 1 hlck south of Hawthorne.
PLEASANT, well furnilied Iwo-room I ion, k edit
ing suite, facing Broadway, near Madinon,
Suitable for man awl wire. fS per week. 207
Brosdwsy, Main 4261.
FOR RENT 2 11. K. rm. and JuoL.
Close ta city. Clean snd very mmfD'Hiiic.
Reawmable ralen. Bsth privilrgcH. 651 VskIi.,
Fist B. -
NEAT and clean basement hnuaokeeplng suite,
j CU 414 Market Dear llth.
3 CI.KAN H, K. modern nximi on carline, lawn
and trees, ' 10 minutes from Washington t ;
adults; price 326 per month. For particulars
phone Wdln. 4713 '
2 CLEAN, nim-ly furnLihed housekeeping room?.;
close in. 884 I 'ark st
FOR RENT 2 nice clean II. K. roimi. 1 ut
- nace best, electric ligiit". g, ue ul ltli,
phone Walking dnUne. 124 15th. Plione
K t 4 504 :
HENDRICKS Al'TS. llou-Seepiiig rooms,
single, (3.50 per week, including gss, light
snd best. Double rooms 36 sud up. S10
Flandera st Bdwy. 14 65,
2 WELL furniahed housekeeping rooms, iniiud
ing heat, gen, light snd plione, very reason
able rates. - Privste . front entrance. 7U.J
FtRMSHED outi4 bou-;keeing Muuu, pri
vate family; nice, airy room and kitchen on
ground floor, walking distance; also single kouse
keeping rooms. 4 6 Union sve. N,
u i, 1 v ..! , ll k" ,i,t '2 hli. L.
. . . , 1. . 1 uiiii.,". ... - . ,
south of Failing school. 181 Groyer st. .
Msin 0058. '
SINGLE hountkeepiiig.. na m, ItV. lJai
single with folding bed, 3. 480 Va- Belmoot,
FOR RENT Orle single b. k. rm, rlo In.
clean, in good neighborhood. 204 12th, Main
FOR RENT Furnished liouaekrepiug rooms; l
twn-rrwim anil 1 three-Toon i utiite. 310 E. OUf
St. Walking dimanie, fPhone Eat 4732.
FOR RENT Two aeparsle n. k. rnouii, ili li
able neighborliood. clou in, heat and hght,
bath, both front roooia, very light. 806 14tb,
CLEAN . down, taini housekeeping ria.nin, water.
lights, phone and bsth. 'A Mork to bU
Johns car; large yard, homelike. Col 677.
1XR BENT 2 large front roMna, downstair,,
prr oe bath, ciuae in, light and heat: Main
! . ,
NEAT, clean housekeeping rooms, single or double,
..a -i ....... ... o -3 r i , .
llgnb SHU Mnfiil iwn iwi a ui , , wv I.
ft. Four bn-tsa I r in Wall. 6 7 N. HUi sL
SINGLE housekeeping room for rent. Call at
262 1-zth t. or phone Mam 4J3'.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments, close In, lights
and bsth, free phone, good clean room. 36
Main, corner Broadway, l'bone Main 709.
3 LAUGK h. k. rooms witli coiivuiniicra, walkms
dltsnce; working people preferred 46g L.
Oak. . .
KICK clean puHUe - hou-Keepiiig rwtuii wau
' kitchenette, rent cheap, in heart of city.
1f5 18th C corner Taylor. Marshall 720.
Sl.EEl'lMi or amgie iuiiuaikeeping roouuT No
objection to smsll children. Friut 112 to t20
per month. 335 lay t.
CUiAN sleeping snd H K. rcwima. llwMuibie
rates. Walking dadance from ii road war.
482 hi Waah. PImni. Bdwy. 3230
FCKNISIIKO liouxkeipir room. 1-iuLL, gas.
and i-t furni-hed. Walking distance from
town. 403 Broadway. l'bone Msmlisll 78(.
CLEAN tioUjwIlMiiiiig Tuonw; close in. Two anil
8 room suites, from 20 to Am. 164
W. ! at
l.lCHT hou lung apsituienls. -turmatied. Ail
outside rwrmt. lies vjn able rates, Morrison
Apt., 1324 Union are.
2 H. K. RMS. iaa IteaUr. electric ligtit,
1'liona service. Walking duuni from busi
ness section. 181 17t.h st. Mar, 25K.
TWO nicaly fumuiliad louekneing r.x.unv, five
minutes' walk to center of town, 261 Broad
wsy . Mswi 770. ;
TWO furnished housekeeping, wa ter, light, bath,
phone; mature couple preferred; no children.
604 Clinton at., on car line. Phone Sell. 814.
2 ROOM housekeeping flaU, $0rwek; 341
Front, near Market.
C0ol, clean bamment loom for hyusckeeiiiiig:.
2 1 3 W. Psrk st. -
CLEAN aud cyutuniint boue,ing room.
Cl-'V t. Mar ball 3;t.
NICELY furnUhil hotiaekevirtrig rtom; cion in,
we-t ide Msin 2SSO.
6V ilk. of bousekeeing room, ; every eouvem
ence: close in. 828 Clay C
NICELY furniahed housekeeping rooms, in Uis
H-mmnte rtitrl-t. 3 4 Mailiion. t
FOR RENT Furniebed h. k. apts.. 2 rm. apis..
from 32 to 27. 4o :isy at.
SLVGLE and 2 -room - housekeeping apt a The
rtellinham, 4iIH K. MorriMin.
,V I nr. 41 1.4lrev
Hi LL. iS'.t- t' m - tor tent Waiaing
t t- 502 V- 4h I ' v
FC ti.N lot i r.D rxai lot l.'sit iiouacu,g,
1171 V,nwila ave
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