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SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 1C21.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
TO PUT 9 SHIPS
On a 14-day schedule .the com
bined services of the Holland-American
line and the Royal Mail Steam
Packet line, nine vessel will be In
the regular services of the combina
tion. " Between North Pacific ports
and Europe a joint service will be
11 XI. V. DeLacey " of San Francisco,
: I'aelfic' coast manasier for the Hoiland
'American lint, stated that six new motor
whins, carrying freight only, would sup-
' plement the three coal : burning craia
....... an :- TU. tfflft uritt
supplied by each company and the ether
three will be operated Jointly.
The new motors-hips are 15,000 dead
weight capacity and the engines are of
the leiel type.i Space for 1500 tons of
refrigerated products will be a. feature
of the motorshipHi Thla Is more than
double the coollnff space on the steam
ers now operating;
A number of papsenger and freight
vessels are under construction' for the
North Pacific and European traffic and
will be ready for service by the first of
the year, according to leLacey. ,'.
ADDITIONAL BOAT DISPATCH
FOR IiKTTKU MAIL GIVEN
An additional boat dispatch of letter
mail has Lf en established between
Portland and Asjoria on a river steam
er operated by the Harklns Transporta
tion company. Postmaster John M. Jones
Thee dispatch leaves Portland daily,
except Sundays, at 8 p. m., and arrives
at Astoria at 1 the following: morning:.
It leaves Astoria daily, except Sunday,
at 7 p. m., and arrives in Portland at
ti:30 a, m. ;
The dispatch was established at the
request of the Chamber of Commerce
and the Ad club of Astoria, as an ad
vantage to- business persona in enabling:
Astorians to receive their mail. In ample
time to be answered and sent to Port
land the same day. In Portland letters
mailed an hour and one-half later than
necessary to go by train will reach As
toria the next morning. : !
Letters will be included in the dis
patch for Seaside and North . Beach
r Kellogg Street Surveyed -G.
B. Hegardt, engineer for the dock
commission and the board of county
commissioners, . made a survey of Kel
logg street, in St. Johns, between the in
tersection of Catlin street and the via
Nstwr York tor London
N. Y. Cherbourg Southampton
MAURETANIA tf.r; HK 11
N.Y. Plym'tk Ckerb'g Hamb'g
New York Liverpool ; " i
a ma a 4 XTT a Ar. l-MaT 1?
L,AKIVLrl"ll jrineli-Jaly 1$
Apr. -Jane 1
Jaly i-jniy as
Jess 7-Jsly IS
Montreal Glasgow Liverpool
CASSANDRA' j.V; 'lweTy u
New York Londonderry Glasgow
CAMERONIA j"s"y iV?a1Z. h
FREIGHT SHIFMKins SOLICITED
For laformatlon. Tickets, ete apply
to Local Agents la Portlaad or Com
paay's Office, 2I Second Art, 8
attle. Psoas Elliott 1C8S.
ASTORIA AND WAY POINTS
STEAMER GEORGIAN A
Leaves Portland Man., WL. Fit. SAM.
Lts Astoria Tims..- Thar.. Sat.. SAM.
Night - Boat Daily except Bandar. S p. M.
FOOT ALDER ST.
Male 142t. S41-22 Far 2 gash Way
THE MARKINS TRANSPORTATION CO.
WVUm' Than a Week 4f3
International Mercantile Marine Co.
AMERICAN LINE ;
. N. Y. Plymouth Cherboarg
Lapland ........AsrU May ?Jse U
Krooaland . ...... April t;May 14Jbb 18
Zetland Apr. ljMay tliJane S3
rislasd ........... Apr. SslJass 4;jnjy 9
Mlnsekshda Mar. lMay laiJans IS
MaackarU .Apr. 14May Ml July 7
Atosgolia Apr.toiJBsa UaljSl
BED STAR LINE
N. Y.- Plymouth Cherbourg
'P'114 April ;May IlJasell
Krooalasd April !May 14jae 18
Xeelaad ....... .. . . Apr, l!Msy Ji;j,Be ti
Ialaad ..v. ...... .Aor. SiiJn aiv-.. .
re rr,tKH,, ami tlek .. , "
- J -
S1Q Sec vw Saatua. rriSeT P. tAROCMT. Manacsr,
; ' From
' . Portland
U.S. Brash Apr. 4
S.S. Talis Aprils
S. 8.,AVet Islet. .May S
8. 8. w
For Further Tr-ew
Ul Tkirt Street MIBAL LIS
' : ;
duct at the north endTof the municipal
carline. There has been an appropria
tion of $23,000 for. the: improvement of
Kellogg street and it is the Intention of
the city, and county ; to begin Improve
ment as soon as: possible. ' :
CAPK HENRY IN TROUBLE; .
WLLL. TRANSSHIP FREIGHT
'The steamship 5 Cape .Henry of the
Congress line.; C. W. Chilson local
agent, hae developed, boiler trouble at
San Pedro and the. cargo destined for
I'ortland will be i transshipped at San
Francisco to the steamship West Haven
of the same line, i The Cape Henry will
undergo repairs at San Pranoisco.
The West Haven has a part shipment
of 'sulphur for Portland from Gulf Port
and the Cape Henry has general cargo
from the Atlantic -aide and Mobile. . The
West Haven will sail from San Francisco
April 2 and will proceed . to Vancouver,
B. C, and Seattle, before coming to Port
land. . . - '"'( t . -
DEPRESSION CAUSES TIE-UP
OF U. S. MERCHANT BOATS
Washington, March 26.(I. N. S.)
Continued , depression ' in the shipping
world has necessitated ' the tying up of
about 530 government, merchant vessels
at New York. Norfolk, Gulf and Lake
ports, according to records of the ship
ping board today. -: '
lie ports to the various government, de
partments Indicate that the same de
pression exiBts in the shipping ; circles
of Great Britain and Japan.
WEST NOTUS WlIJL. HANDLE
THROUGH CXFFEK CARGOES
Swayne & . Hoyt, operating the l'w
ciflc, , Argentine &r Brazil line, announce
that the steamship West Notus, sailing
from San Francisco April t via the Pan
ama canal and returning through , the
straits of Magellan,' will handle through
shipments of coffee from Santos. This
will be the first direct service for-Bra--
zllian coffee for a number of years. On
the return trip the' West Notus will make
stops at West Coast liorts of South
America. i . v
I Court Wipes Out' Fines
San Francisco, March 26.- (U. P.)
Hundreds of thousands ' of dollars in
fines : levied against shipowners whose
vessels have carried opium or whiskey
cannot be collected,' according to a rul
ing by Federal Judge Neterer at Seattle.
The court ruled i that the contraband
was not merchandise.
; Pofdtlons of Vessels ;
Radio ' reports from North Head give
the position of the following vessels at
8 p. m. March 25 :
Kinderdyk.1 Portland for ; San Fran
cisco, left Portland 6 p. m.
Drake, San Pedro for Point Wells, ISO
miles from Point Wells.
West Ivan. Yokohama for Vancouver,
Similes west Flattery.
XT' ... T T ri.lim.kl.
Redondo. 40 miles south Columbia river.
City of Spokane, Seattle Kobe, 470
miles from Seattle. -
West Nomentum, Yokohama for Port
land, 548 miles from Columbia river
Jeptha. ,San Francisco for Puget
sound, -4ol miles from San Francisco.
West Nilus, Port Allen for San Fran
cisco. 707 miles west of San Francisco. .
West Cajoot, Yokohama for San Fran
ciisco, 905 miles west of San Francisco.
Imlay, . Shanghai for San Francisco,
1408 miles from San Francisco.
- Hyades, Bell Ingham for Honolulu,
1256 miles southwest of Tatooosb.
News of the Port
' Arrival! March 26 -
West Jeiter. American steamer, from Seattle,
Brush, American teamer, from Philadelphia,
aenral. s 1
Iowan,' Amerlcah steamer, from New York,
. Departure! March 2S
Rose City. American steamer, for San Fran
daro, general. . : t-.n
F.l Segmndo, American iteamer, for San Fran
cisco, ballast. . . .
Saline, American iteamer. for San Francisco.
MAEI5K ALMAS AC
Waathsr at River' Mouth
North Head, March 26. Condition at the
S. 8. CURACAO
Sails 9 P. M. March 26 ad April 7. for Coos
Bay, Eureka and San Francisco. Connecting
with steamers to Ixm Angeles, San Iheto,
Mexico and Central American porta.
Regular sailings from Seattle to southeast
ern and southwestern Alaska.
PASSENGER SERVICE TO THE ORIENT
PROM PUCET SOUND.
S. S. WENATCHEE SAILS ..... .Apr..
TRANS-PACIFIC FREIQHT SERVICE
to all Oriental Porta, U. S. Shipping Board
A-l Steel American Yews (is SALLXN'U FROM
Portland: ; t
S.S. ASERCOS .....Apr. 7
S.S. PAWLET .....May
S.S. COAXET ...June 2
; For Further Irrformatlon Apply to
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.
101 THIRD ST.
PHONE MAIN S2S1
WHITE? STAB -LINE
AsrtHrn,erbo"f r SoTjAsmpto,
OlVmr, ? -Apr. May 4IJaae 1
Olympic .....w .Apr. Uay 14Uaaa 4
CelrJ. York Liverpool
ridri. .. Apr. tjApr. SSMay M
n! v ;"-' Ar.aiJaas tfJalyM
Naw York Boston Cibraltar-1
WHITE STAR DOMINiON ;
Portland, Ma. Halifax Livarooel
HaTSrford ...V..V.V. V "a II !
-M.ntrp--Qweee Liverpool '
Tedie T 'Usaa 4Jaly 19
M es-ma t " V .V.?Ir
1" : ''SMmT I8.4ly 1
r it? it (c fr
WESTBOU3ID ' ;
r. . Portland. Main ; Boston '
f .- CALIFORNIA SERVICE
ILlLtkAr .JWar.If Apr. 1
- V TV.;ffL-.'. ?T' lt Apr. It
".1"":"'' Mmj s
E, P,em Coast Ags.t. r ;
; r-Phoss Mala 8581
month of the riTer at boob; Wind, south, S
mile; weather, clear; sea, moderate. , lirUan4
humidtty. 26.. i t -;;'rf..s,-i,:f-', i. i
, ' Tide 'at Astsria Sunday H'r
High Wster 1 tow-Water
2:51 a. m.. S.7 feet' I S:47 a. m.. O.J feet
3:40 p. m.. 7.0 feet :4 P. an., jS.l leet
I BAILT.B1VKB R;AlI!fCS
8 s. m., want nme.
' RIVKB FORKCASTS
Th Willamette river at Portland win remain
rnearly stationary d urine the next two or three
days. , - ; t ? - f " '
AT XEIGHBOBIKG PORTS '
Astoria. March 26. Hailed at 2:80 a. m.
Pntrh Meamer Kinderdijk. for Kuroi. Ift ; up
at 12:30 p. m. Hebooner David Kwm . s
San Kranciseo. Man-h 26. Knileii at 1 p. m.
Steamer Alaska fotortland.
Han Pedro. MarcB Zo. Banes. steamer an
tiam for Columbia rier ; . r
Atoria. March 28. Arrived at 10 a. m.
BritUh schooner ImtM Kvana, from "ValiMraiso.
Arrived at 10:40 a. m.- Schooner Carrier liove
from Melbourne. Ift at rmon Steamer
Curacao. Sailed at 2:a5 p. m. Steamer Trin
idad for San Pedro, i Sailed at 2:80 p m, -Steamer
K. H. Meyer for San Pedro and Ke
dondo. 1-rft up at 2:S0 p. m. From Westport,
steamer West Jester. Arrived at S and left up
a 7 p. m. - Steamer Brush from Philadelphia and
way ports.- Left up at 1 1 p. m. From West
port, steamer Iowan.
San Francisco, March 25. Sailed at 8 p. m.
Steamer Celilo for Portland. ,
San Pedro. March 25. Arrived , Steamer
Anne Hatrlfy from Columbia river. '
Soattle. Wash.. iUrch 26. (I. N- 8- Ar
rived: Maxathtn, tram Manaanillo, noon. Sailed:
President for San Pedro. 11 a. m. ; Tajima ilaru.
for Manila, 10 a. m-; Eastern Ieader, for Medi
terranean port via Portland, 9:45 a. m.; Weft
Notua, for urnr Aires via Portland. 8 :4 3
a. m. Arrived March 25: guva. Muni, from
Vanoouver, 4:43 p. m. Sailed March 25: Kay
seeka. for Knropean port via Portland. .8:1
P m. ; Admiral Kodman, for Vancouver, 9 P- m-i
Watmarino, for Sydney, 8 p, m. ? a!:
. Ketchikan. March . 23. Sailsd: Redondo,
northbound. 6 a. an. 1 " !
Manila, March 24 Sailed: Wheatland Mon
tana, from Portland for lionffkon.
Toknhama. March 28. Arrivrf: Cross Keys,
from Manila. Arrived March 22 : Emprta of
Kerala Ircra Tancourer. .
Cristobal. March 23. Sailed: Arizona, from
Portland for Boston. . - ,
Kalboa. March 23. Sailed: Tippecanoe, : for
North Pacific porta; Wcnatchee, for Manila na
Seattle. Sailed. March. 25: Yalza, for Portland.
Victoria, March 26 -West Ivan, from Manila,
passed for Vancouver. a. - m.
. Ocean Kail-. March 26 Arrtved: Admiral
Sebree. fmm San Pedro. 2 a. m.
Point Wells. March 28 Arrived: CoL E. 1
Drake, from Richmond. t f
Tacoma. March . 25 Arrived: Northwestern,
from Seattle, 4 p. m. Sailqd: Korrieaa III. fur
Santa Koran. 3 p. m. ; Ryder Hanify, for San
Pedro, 8 p. m. j
REDS ENJOYING 'PAPER'
FAME, SAYS RUSSIAN
at ' :- i :- ;r i' ,: j
v (Con tinned From Page One) - : -
there and of the events since bis resi
dence in Kansas.
"I left there in 1900," he said, "and
when I got back to Russia I began
dabbling in politics.': s
He was governor - of northern Russia
before the Bolahevlkl swept into power
"Despite the temporary flush of Inter
national political prestige derived from
the signing' of seven trade agreements,'
ho said, "Russia gains little. She has
neither food nor raw products to export
in living: up to the agreements.' t
CKOPS 3TOT PXA5TJED ?
"Peasants are not planting -any larger
crops ' than ; they can consume for them
selves. Why? ' Because. the Bolsheviks
confiscate the crop as soon as it is har
vested. - )- .v k - V-' t J'
"The present grain and flax acreage
is leas than 40 per cent of the normal
OUtpUt. ' ' ; . - ! , - - . i f
"Manufactured articles are hardly 25
per cent of the 1914 output.
"The mineral riches " of the ; Donets
region are inaccessible because of the
disintegration of the railway systems.
The-Urals are too far away, with the
"Even if Russia . were producing at
normal rates, she lacks the rolling stock
to carry it to her own borders, i
TBEATIES ME ATT XOTHINO ' ,
"Norway, Poland, Britain, Turkey.
Germany, Ukrainia and, I think. Swe
den have .signed trade, agreements with
Russia. But there is an immense dif
ference , between signing i papers and
actually delivering the goods.
"The Russian revolution today Is- ex
hibiting exactly the same symptoms as
the French at the end of the terrorist
period. It Indicates a new phase is im
minent. I , ' - . ; V -
"For the first time " since 1917 the
Bolsheviks are on the defensive. Lenin's
speeches now sound almost apologetic.
He recently admitted that his dreams of
a worldwide revolution were premature.
"He also admitted the country has
been hard hit industrially and has urged
that action be taken to increase production.",-
: ;i J . , -- i ) - , - . i .
Tchaikovsky smiled over the possibil
ity that Lenin was dropping his Com
munist beliefs." t t- 5 i
Lenin will be leader until the crash
comes, he declared.
HITCHCOCK IN FAVOR OF
RJUMING RUSSIAX TRADE
"Washington. - March 26.-Removal of
all barriers t the resumption of trade
with Russia; was .advocated today; by
Senator Hitchcock of Mebraaka, a mem
ber of the senate foreign relations com
mittee and one of the foremost Demo
cratic leaders In the upper chamber. The
senator added, however, that he would
withhold official recognition of the soviet
government until it had . furnished ac
ceptable guarantees of greater political
"Probably Russia has little to sell . to
us, and probably she has little to pay for
anything: she might . buy. Therefore, I
think that Immediate effect wosd net
be large, Once begun, however, the
volume of business would swell steadily," ,
saia uie senator.
$55,000 ALREADY :
' DONATED TO CHEST
(Continued From Page One) ;
will pull off a number of unique stunts.
"Tell .them that we are not asking ons
bean more - than , the public has gives
thesej Institutions ' In ' dribbles and ; by
piecemeal year . after ; year heretofore.
Tell them that! this Community Chest
proposition is really going to save the
people of Portland, lot of money," said
Mayor Baker. : .- r'w? ;:
BUDGET GBEATLT BEDUCEB
"Get this, fellows these 69 institutions
presented budgets aggregating 92,000,000
originally, and our Community Chest
budget committee pruned this down ; to
850,0OO and made the institutions admit
that they could - get along and handle
the needed work in a practical manner
with that sum. --. "4 --'-I -
"How can this be done? ' Simple as
anything. : These institutions can now
m -a a? -5 a
fl- ;t SrffH
; sTATtons 1 a . : 8 : ar
. . . e I e
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Kusens ......... J 10 I 6.3 -0.3 O.OO
Albany . 20 8.3 9 O.OO
rk-m ...... ...i.t SO I J.; " -5
Orecoa Citjr ......j 12 f 7. 1 ' I O.O-l
Portland .....i... 1 11. -.3 ,0 ,03
l) rail. ...
devote their entire energies and skill
toward the actual welfare and relief
work, in which they are engaged ; they
are not everlastingly worrying where the
next dollar to meet expenses let coming
from ; they "don't' have to stop every so
often and turn their wholei attention
toward raising money to carry . them
through. And, the chest campaign is
going to i reduce the overhead expenses
of collecting money many thousands of
dollars and through the exercise of a
sound, hard headed business administra
tion of these funds which the Community
Chest permanent organization will su
pervise, not a dollar of this runa win
be wasted or ..frittered away. Business
men scrutinized the budgets of . these
relief and charity agencies and the same
hard headed business men are going to
see that these funds are properly and
WORKERS URGED TO HELP . . ,
Otto Hartwlg. president of the Oregon
State r Federation of , Labor, said : "I
believe every workingman in the city of
Portland should back this drive. ; And
I want to say that the .big industrial
plants already are organized and will
contribute' their '100 per cent to the
Subscriptions made to the Community
Chest fund mean a direct and material
reduction in the amount of income tax
to be paid by those who give either large
or small amounts.
- This : question has come up several
times during the last few days stnd the
campaign secretary", Willis K. Clark, re
quested Milton A. Miller, internal reve
nue collector, to give him " an ; official
statement on this important point Mr.
Miller immediately sent an . answer in
which ' he explained that any subscrip
tions given to the Community Chest up
to ' 15 per ; cent ft the " subscriber's net
income Is to be deducated from the net
Income in determining the amount of. In
come tax to be paid for the current year.
EXAMPLE. IS UIVEJT
For example, if a man's Income Is
110,000 and he. contributes 15 per cent of
that income, or $1500, to the community
fund, that $1500 may be deducted on his
income tax .statement and it will mean
a net reduction of $165 in the actual
amount of income tax to be paid.
Other speakers at the kick-off meeting
were: Julius L. Meier. Charles F. Berg,
J. C. English and Marshall N. Dana.
George Ingram presided at the organ.
Walter Jenkins led a community sing,
the Royal Rosarian quartet sang and
the Multnomah Guard band gave selec
PARADE IS GORGEOUS;
CIGARETTES ARE THERE
(Continued From Page One) '
Miss Liberty hat. - Crown of crushy
straw, the rim was black Chantilly
lace, wider in front than on the sides,
disappearing in the back. It was wired
transversely to. stand out from the head
at angles like the beams in Miss Lib
erty's halo. - -
Artfully . casual was the sports cape
shown in the window of a Fifty-seventh
street shop. It was Scotch plaid buff
with indefinite bar of green. And the
collar was completely constructed of
yarn. Loops, -three inches deep row
delow row, until .there were seven of
them. It " was incidental, " so to speak.
as though some chimney corner knitter
had sat down to while away a few hours
with yarn and needles and .had failed to
finish her work.
And therein lay its charm. ,
The paper doll's dress dream of child'
hood and little, clever patterns clipped
from tissue paper was in another win
dow. White batiste or something of . similar
starchlness, looking exactly like tissue. A
stiff little outstanding skirt trimmed
with three rows of scalloped bands. A
scalloped fichu over the blouse and scal
A dash of color in the trimming; an
American ' Beauty . rose, , long stemmed.
with buds dangling, hanging from a belt,
like a sash. This was a demure dress.
lending atmosphere of grave eyed child
hood and sedate colonial days to the
Kaster parade rehearsal 1
Cigarette holders in such exotic color
ings and combinations or color as un
doubtedlv never before smote the so
phisticated eye of this New York! .
Oh, surely those blue law persons will
get 'em if they aon i watcn oui : -.
For didn't there drive across that re
hearsal stage fifth avenue this very
afternoon no less than a half dozen dif
ferent society maids and matrons, trail
ing the thin, fine edge of cigarette smoke
behind their limousines? .
And a-top those Fifth avenue busses !
At nightfall, when most eyes are di
rected elsewhere, and most of the upper
deck la vacant, especially far up town on
the drive or in the wilds of the Fort
Washington district !
2 AIRMEN RESCUED IN
, GULF; 3 ARE
(Continued From Page One)
sacola station ; early this morning dis
patched a dirigible with sufficient "stay
ing power" to remain for, more than a
day over the forests, under Instruction
to search the mainland and Inland cen
ters, especially the forests, with as much
care as the sea search yesterday. v
An Eagle boat which had been search
ing al day Friday and the day before,
returned to the station last night with
no news. ;,
If the men have drifted . Inland, it Is
considered here as almost certain their
basket has been torn away by treetops
if it had not already been cut away by
the men. In "the latter event, experts
here believe, they . would have - been
brushed out of the rigging, probably t6
receive serious injuries in falling.
The men now have been missing three
days. Chief Quartermaster G. II. Wil
kinson took off here Tuesday night with
four students as his companions, i - Pro
visions were taken for only a short per
iod, arrangements having been made for
the flight to be made at night for prac
tice. Strangely similar to the recent flight
Of Lieutenants Kloor. Hinton and Far
rell from the Rockaway, (N. Y.) station,
is this flight in a different clime. Lake
Kloor, who commanded ; the 111 fated
balloon that drifted into the frosen wild'
emess of the north, Wilkinson's) provis
ions were scant and his means' of com
munication in case of danger limited.
Only three carrier pigeons were taken.
Two of these have returned to-Fensa-
cola, one with the information that the
bag was in bad plight and about to
fall into the water.- :
.However, unlike the trip of the three
Rockaway . lieutenants, Wilkinson prob
ably lias drifted into a, tropical wilder
ness, provided his balloon did not fall
Into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Officers here are agreed that ?it would
be . much easier for the five who were
In the Pen sacola balloon to make their
way to civilisation than it was for Kloor,
Hinton and FarrelL It also would be
easier for them to obtain food.
Wtet Statistics -
7T2arrigcs. Births. Deaths.
Mert iv mitli, Itasl. HA Wiiiui, and Jen
nie Bnmnelt. legal. 3-1 H RttweH.
Arby L Haris, fi. 146 V ' Kiliine&wortb. sad
Cectle Lewis, IT. 11 7S Maryland.
Walter H. Molin. 20. SI'S K. 2th at. N- and
Dorothv M. H. Ken. 20, 735 Hherrett.
Aoderirk W. Haddock, lecal. 11 Union, and
Mat tie H. MWJee. legal. Davis and l'aka,:
Frank Pvectt lecal. lort Armeies. Mash.,
and Eva K- Vanstraad, leaal, 4 K. Oth st. N.
Darid Aw todrWfe. leaal." -73S Hojrf, and
In ex lark. legal, &3 Bth. , ;
U it. bliari). lecal. 4 74 K. JOtB. aud tllra-
bcth fanherr legal, 486 Bidwell are. -
I barlra :M, I homas. 29. 161 : Sheldon, .and
Alma A. Tire. 27. 1S1 Sheldon.
811 Morgan bids.
w... o: SMITH CO-
JOHN To Mr. and Mrs. H. John. 1287. Cor-
oett. siarrn 14, a asuenter.
MANXAN To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Mannan.
1403 Kirby,- March a daughter.
TINKER To Mr. Sd Mrs. 1. l. Tinker. 116
W. Tyler. Msrrh 18. a sou. s - 5
JOIJ.Klf :To Mm and Mrs. Jos. H. JoDey.
3S STtJi. Warrh J, a daughter.
BARTHOI.EMT To Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Bar
thole m. 147 Klandena. March IS. a son.
WKHiEI To Mr. and Mra. Joseph Welgel,
'j nurman, March 19, a daughter.-
ETCUES--rhilip Etches. 13 5 Glenn, Marc
4. 7S vears: faromrhial rjneumoma.
RKEI Gail lone Reed, 40 Ella, March 23.
' 'in years : rheumatic heart disease
CAV'IHEL Winnie C. Caudiel. 606 Junior.
March 24. zu years: acuta cardiac dilatation
NEAUL.E Ella TXeagle, St. VincenU hospital.
March 25, 82 years; gunshot wound.
KlE.HSiaNi Edward F. 'Kieashng, 686 Mary.
March 24,' 44 jrears; cirrhosis of Brer.
ALLET t'harlea Alley, BU VincenU hospiUl.
- March 25, 60 years; myocarditis.
BENNETT Robert G. Bennett. Portland Ey.
, Ear. Nose and Throat- hosratal. March 24,
4 years; septicaemia..
SMITH Mary Smith, S7S 'Michigan. March 20.
73 years; apoplexy. ,
TRIMMER Catherin Trimmer.2 90S E.
28th. March 24. 41 years; lobar pneumonia.
NEW TODAY - SO
' Synopsis of the Annual Statement of thl
MERCHAMT8 FIRE ASSURANCE CORPORA
TION OP NEW YORK
of New York, in the state of New York, on the
31st day of December. 1920, made to the insur
ance commissioner of the atata of Oregon, pur
suant to law:
Amount of capital stock paid bp. .$ 400,000.00
Net premiums received daring the
year . . . . . $3,328,710.76
Interest, dividends and rents re
ceived daring the year. ...... 194,950.03
Income from other sources - re- '
ceii'ed during the year. ...... 123.202.90
Total income ". ............. $3,643,863.69
Net losses paid during the year, in- .
eluding adjustment expenses. .. $1065.157.21
Dividends iaid on capital . stock ;
during the year 85,000.00
Commissions and salaries paid dur
ing the year .... .1. 161.319.26
Taxes, licenses and fees paid dor- - '
ins the year . . . . . 46.191.26
Amount of all other expenditures v 933.753.99
Total expenditures . ... $2,291,421.72
Value of ' stocks and bonds owned 1
(market value) .: $3,167,056.00
Loans on mortgages and collat-
cral. etc. 184.900.00
Cash in banks and on hand. . . .. 233.746.14
Premium in course of collection
written since Sept. 30, 1920.. 385,482.16
Interest and rents due and ac
crued ................... 81,550.00
Total admitted assets . . . . . $4,002,734.80
Gross claims for losses unpaid. ;..$ 458,832.00
Amount of unearned premiums on '
all outstanding risks. 2,272.869.98
All other liabilities ......... T. . 75,202.90
, Total liabilities, eicinrfve of cap- '
. ital stock of $400,000. $2,806,904.83
BUSINESS IN OREGON FOR THE i YEAR
Net premiums "received during the
year .:;$. 30,567.58
Losses paid during the year. . ... : , 8,905.60
Losses incurred during the year, . 01-60
MERCHANTS FIRE ASSURANCE CORPORA
' - . TION .
ALDEN p. JiOBLU, ' President J
, 4ft John St. New York City, X. T.
OEORC.E U McINTIRE. SecreUry
324 California 8t, San Francisco; Cal.
Statutory resident attorney for servicer '
J. C. BANKS,-Pertland. Oregon.' t
ROOERS-HART-OsBSOM CO., Aoarits '
91 0 Chamber of Commerce SI Mo., Portland; Or.
t 1 , '
Sectiosal Hons and Garages
MADE TX EM1UEE
- - Isvestigate Free Catalog
Redlmade Bldg. Co Portland, Or.
K. Jlth and Market Phone K. 6114
West Side Office, 803 Lwls Building
Fourth and Oak Phone Bdwy. 4335
" Rewoven from eld carpets save oos ha If
east of ordinary carpets. Our fluff
rugs are velvety, durable and artbtio.
Guaranteed to wear. . ,
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
The eldest and best equipped factory. ,
Fluff and rag rags woven all sizes: car- .
pets refitted; 9x12 rugs steam cleaned,
SI. 50. We call for and deliver.
1S8 C. Elehttr St. Prtone Cast SS80
PIONEER CARPET CLEANERS
Finest Carpet Cleasera la City
We do all kinds ol carpet cleaning,
refitting;, sewing;, laytng-. reslains.
binding; and dyeing, in our strictly
modern equipped plant.
PROMPT, UELIADLK SERVICE
zlf Bsgg "iteam Cleaned... SI. 50
Plant aad Office, 17J . Llaeola 8b
Phone B. S963. Ws fMI and Oetirt
in Your Building
by Our Unit System
SOS-S-10 CEW1S BLDO.
. . ROADWAY SSa ;
END US YOUR OLD CARPETS. OlO
Rues and Wocisn clothing we
' nsvarsiow). tsano-awoswn
Rag Ru4 woven, an
Sentf i for beoklet.
msds sva. F catlers
aouhmed carnat claanlmi. est Ittlns
Orsaovu Separate - plsnta, . v Asia
(teamed cfsaned $1JM.
. WESTERN FLUFP RUQ OO.
S4-0 Union Ave. M. East SS1S
WE CAU. AND DELIVER. ;
v Made From All Kinds of Old Carpets
One 8x10 Fluff Din ......... $1 B.OO
On) 3a Fluff Bus 4.00
OREOON FLUFF RUO CO.
1SS4 E. Stark St. Tabor 7314
TV' , i " " ,IL"
s renovated, carpet
sto. Laegeet. finest
KOT1CR OS BATJ! Of' GOVEISXMBXT I
i TIMBER, OE5.ERAI LA.ND OET1CK. ,
' - WaahingtoB, I. C. '
v March 10. 1S21.
Notice is hereby'' liven that auhject to the
conditions and limitations of the acta of J one 9
1916 (89 staU, 218), and Jon 4. 1920 441
stat. 75) . and the instrnetiona of the 8eere
Ury of the Interior of September 15. 1917, and
June 22, 1920, , the timber on the following
landa will he sold April 27. 1921. at 10 a. m..
at public anetioa at the United States land of
fice at Portland, Or., to the highest bidder at
not less than the appraised value as ahown by
this notice, sale to be subject to the approval
of the Secretary of the Interior. : : The purchase
price.' with an additional sum of me-fsfth of 1
per cent thereof, being commissions allowed,
most be deposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sale is not approved, othenrUs patent
will issue for the timber which must be removed
within 10 years. Rids will be received from
citizens of Ibe - United ' Stales, associations of
snch eitisens and corporations, organised ander
the lawa of the United States or sny stats, ter
ritory or district thereof only. " Upon application
of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately before be
ing included in any offer of larger unit. T.
2 8 IU 5 Ev, JSeev 13, SE BE, red tir
160 M.. not to be sold for less than f 1.25 per
M. T. .8 S.. R. VV., Sec 9. NW NE , red
fir 380 M.. SVfH SE, eed fir 383 M., SE V
NW4. red fir 1280 M.. SW44 SWli. red fir
1130 M., none of which-timber shall be sold
for less than $1.75 ner M. T. 5 8.. U. 7 W..
Sec -33. SKM SWH, red fir525 M.. whits
fir 120 M.. none of the red fir to be sold for
less than S 2 per M., and none of the whits fur to
be sold for leas) than SO cents per M.
(Signed) CIAY TAI.I.MAN, 5
Commissioner, General Land Office.
' - NOTICE OF OCAROIAx-S SALE
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Oregon for
Department of Probst.
In the Hatter of the Application of)
: O. J. Smith, Guardian of the) i,
Kstats of Kella Lucille GUlette.)
an ineomnetent Derson 1
For Leave to Sell Heal Estate.
nouce is nereoy given that m pnrsnance ol sn
order of the. Honorable George Taswell, judge of
the circuit court of - Multnomah countj, Oregon,
probata department, made on the. 21st day of
March. 1921. for the sale of the real estate
hereinafter described, I will, from and after Uie
21st day of April. 1021. proceed to sell at
private eels for cash, the following described real
property: An undivided one-thirtieth interest in
and to lota 2 and 3 in block 9, Couch's addiUon
to Uie city of Portland. Or., and also a Use inter
est In and to the south one-half of lot 3 la block
la of the city of Portland. Or. .-
Intending purchasers will cs II or communi
cate with BBS at No. 707 Broadway bldg.. I'ort-
a 3. SMITH.
Dated the 23d day of March. 1821.
Guardian of the Kstata of Zella - Lucille
Gillette, an Incompetent Person. ,
First publication March 23. 1921.
Last publication April 20. 1921.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
In the Diatrict Cmirt of the United States for
the thstnet of Oregon. -In
the Matter of the Estate of '
Dick Hirkaon. Bankrupt. "v"
Notice is hereby given that ths personal
property belonging to the above named bankrupt
will be sold under the direction of W. K. Boyle,
trustee, at private sale. Healed bids for same
to be opened at the office of Honorable A. M
Cannon, referee in bankruptcy. 804 Title A
Trust boiiding. Portland. Or., Thursday. March
81, 1931, at 10 a. bx. The trustee reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
A general description of the property to be
sola is as follows-. A atocjc of merchandise) con-
r!ing of shoes, work rloves, work ahirta, har
ness and harness repair parts, sole leather. . etc.
located at 702 Main street. Cotkase Grove. Or.
The said property may be inspected at the
above premises on any business day prior to the
sale between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p. m.
and an exact copy of inventory, showing what
is for sale,- may be viewed on these premises
between these Honrs ana copy or inventory can
also ds seen at oriice oi tne undersigned.
- W. it. BOYLK. Trustee.'
- ; 1012 Gasco Bldg.. Portland, Or
FOR BALE A retail and wholesale feed store
located at Springfield, Or. . - Stork, - fixtures.
Sealed bids will be received at 641 Pittock Block,
Portland. Or., until 4 n. m. Anril 4. 1921
Complete inventory of the stock and fixtures
u, on j lie at in is otllce. Any or all Duls sub
ject to rejection.
THE ADJUSTMENT BfcBEAU
of the Portland Association of Credit Men
WE WILL accept bids up to 3 o'clock March 28
'for stock and fixtures general merchandise
store located Kalama, Wah. Stock invoices
(4200. Fixtures 700. Kigiit reserved to re
ject any and all bids. Certified check, 10 per
cent, to accompany ma.
THE ADJUSTMENT BtTREAtV
Broadway 372H. i 641 Pittock Block.
. TO WHOM IT. MAT CONCERN
- I will not be responsible for any debts con
tracted by my wife. Mrs. Mamie N. Harris, after
atarcn 23. xvzi. as we nave separated for the
second and last time. Signed. !. Ia 'Harris.
OREGON - COMMAXDERT Ka
I. K. T. Sir- Knialrbt atten
tion: On Easter Sunday Ore
gon commander - ?vnll- partiel
pate in Easter services at 7:30
p. m. at municipal auditorium a - the guests of
Washington Commandery No. 1 5. - The com
mandery will form at its asylum at 6:30 p. m.
On account of the crowded condition of the.
armory Sir anights are requested to be in
uniform as early as possible and ail officers and
members of the drill corps are especially re
quested to report lor duty not later tnan o p. m.
jty oruer u tne r-nunent osiniMtr.
C WIEGAXD, Recorder.
WASHINGTON COM MAN DEBT
NO. 15. K. T. Sir Knights
assemble in their asylum. Wash
ington Masonic bldg., Kast 8th
and Burnside streets. Sunday
evening at o'clock, preparatory to forming the
lines to march to the City Auditorium to attend
our Easter service. Washington Commandery
No. 15 will conduct the service and have as
guests the Grand Commandary of Orgeon, Ore
gon Commandery No. 1. K. T.. and severs
other commanderies,. together with Chanter and
Master Maaona and their - families. To this
semce ail seasons and their friends are cordially
OKO. P. BIBMAN, Hecorder.
GCL R RAZEE GROTTO NO,
65. M. O. V. P. E. B.
Stated meeting Monday .eve
ning, March 28, at 8 o'clock, at
888 Yamhill street. After a
short business meeting there will
be a specially arranged enter
tainment. to which all 51 aster
Masons srs Invited. Refresh.
ments. ' Prophets wear yonr FEZ. By 'order of
uie Monarcn. . J. H. BCTIER, Bec'y
At, KADEK TEMPLE. A. A
O. N. M. 8. Stated aeesion
Saturday, March 26. at H p.
m. . Pythian building. West Park
and Washingtoa u. Visiting
nobles cordially invited. - By
order of the. potentate.
HCGH J. BOYD.
A COJ1MUMTT DANCE will be given at Fulton
Park school the evening of April J. Tins is
the first of a aeries of dances to be given. 8. P.,
4 th and Stark sta., it 8:63 p. m. Third and
PORTLAND Social club, O. fc' 5., will give a
dancing and card party at Woodman hall,
834 Russell st. this evening, March 20. By or
DAXCLNO every Wednesday and Saturday Co
lumbia Hall, Oak and 2d. - - .
EMBLEM JEWELRY a specialty, buttons, pins,
charms. .Isecer Brr.. 1X1-133 )th st
lOtTKKJjVONT In this cityr March 25, Emma
Ijousignont, aged 62 years, beloved mother of
Mrs. Eva Woodburry of Vesper, Or.', and Mrs.
Ida White of Carson, Wash., and Iuis Nelson
of Vesiier, Or., and Todd Lonsigimnt, Merril.
Or.;. Dick Loosignont of Bush, Or.; sister of
Sadie Hathaway of Banning, Cal. i Oardner Fos
ter of Manor. Wash.; fjalmon Foster of Canada,
and John Foster of Birkenfisjd. Or.i Mrs. Hat
tie Donkell of Portland. Fnneral notice later.
Itemains at the residential funeral . parlors of
Miller A Tracer. - '
H lTCH I N 8fN At the family residence, 445
E. 0th at. March 25. William Hutchinson,
aged 1 years 11 months 17 days, . The re
mains are at the funeral parlors of A. V. Ken
worthy A Co.. 6802-04 62d at. S. E.. a
Ints. Notice of funeral later.-- -
FUNERAL NOTICES - 1 04
BLOCK The funeral service for the late Lena
Block. 1230 E. . 1 Oth K., wHl be Sid
Monday. March 2 at t l:SO o'clock at the
Albina church of the Seventh Dey Adrentisto.
.SkMlmore L and Mallory ave. Friends invited
Concluding service Rose ' CHy cemetery. Tne
mnsins sre at Finfcy s aiortttary. Mootgomery
at Bth st. . f---...-- , i
FUNERAL DIRECTORS ios
lULLEtt A TRACKX, independent funeral d"i:
rectors. . Prices as low as $20. $40 $
Washmrton n eUm. Main 2801 A'.T2g-
M N.Tf lLl:Z- al parlors with all
.o, xrome s-ina.
lMjv rLti eV
U'S'KUi n a i 1. 1 . .
East 64. - srvmgioa tustnet. Phone
A. K. Pellet Cal" Williams ave.
- - wvtm.
PhotM East 108.8.
e31rS,CWC3A.232l. Corner Third and Clay.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS ICS
, m . East, Side -J
Fune ral D a recto rs
rORMERLT K. 8. Dl'NNINi. 1NQ. '
"The Family'Sets the Price""
414 B. Alder rt. Pho rt 83.
EDWs HODMAN ;& SON
(WALTER i. - HOLM AN I
THlltD ANf SALMON STREETS
A. D. Kenworthy ,& Co.
CS0''-6o04 USD ST.
S. K.. LENTS
Ant. B1H-21 .
Home Phone D-Sl
EAST ELEVENTH AT HAWTHOlIXE
PHONK EAST 781.
Morrison st. at 12th. -Bmsdway
43Q. Ant. R4H-68.
CHAMBKHS CO. ?
All the Coorenlem-es of a Tlnrae
WnorTlswn :?4a-S.S0 KillinUKWorth are.
SX a u-J a i k
POI Willisms ave.-
FINLEY'S : MORTUARY
MONTGOMERY AT P1PTH. MAIN 0.
Breeze&Snook r?i7, ;,mMn,r
OTTO, SCHUMANN MARBLE WOGKS
- cwjAxrnr pixmobiais
E.THIR& tWNE STS PHOflE E.7-45
l BLACSIMQ GRAMITF
! AJgfe7-3RP ST. AT NiKDlSOf4 j
iKonenfiinca marWe. Works
266-4th at. On. City BaL Neu Bros.
rS Vrr3 KJr VtOfllS SOOaDvrAY i PAW, !
LARGE gT OETA.IL FLOfil ST m PORTLAND I
And Floral Designs. , SS
Large Botbousea. No
Branch Stores 25
Tears on Morrison st.
between 4th and oth.
.Tel. Main 7700.
WE specialize- in wedding, reception, tea and
table decorations, personal attention. " Floral
tributes promptly attended to. , . .-
Morrison st., between 8d and 4th.
; -Smith's Flower Shojp"-.
. "Portlsnd's PregresniTs Florist"
- 1 Flowers for All Occasion.
MsrnT215. T. CT. LUKE. Mgr. th and Aider.
MARTIN A FORBES CO., florists. S54 Wash
ington. Main 260. A-126S. Flowers for all
occasions artistically arranged. - - -- ,
PeOpie'S 245 Alde
Bank Bldg. Main
831 Morrison St.
LOST AND FOUND
STOLEN- liars: brown Uurham-tiuerosey f eow,
with horns sawed off at tips. Taken from pas
ture at E. 10th and Iihone sta. Friday morning.
Reward of $25 will be paid to party who will re
turn enw. Martin 'r.rrwink-i, rlftl 1 7th st. S.
LAI Y who took green sua umbrella from Meier
A Frank's optical department Wednesday
morning, kindly leave at lost and found desk in
se me yforc. No qnegtiorui a-ked.
LOST- From Portland and Newberg stage. 1
black handbag, March 22. Finder notify
Portland-Newberg Bos Line. 4th and Aider.
Phone Main S314.
LOST A small Darcel in Liuman, Wolfe A Co.
or Meier A Frank's, containing camisole and
child's slip. Call Main 797V. -
LOST Black purse in or between new Wool
worth store and Meier A Frank's, Contents
over $40. Call Columbia 915. Reward
STRAYED Toy Boston bull, with white head;
answers to Tige; child's .pet Ant, 042-71;
reward. '. -
Ulaases in ease twtween Waotu high an
Hawthorne ave.. "along 14th st.
LOST Garnet brooch; liberal reward; return
to Mrs. LooMey, Meier frank s jewelry dept.
LOST $35 in bills on Milwaukie and South
ave. Bell. .2147 or 5 Keedway; reward.
FOl'XD Downtown, purse with money.
S. Kellogg st.
LOST Window screen, bet. Clisan and Stark
on 60th st. Finder call Tabor- 8448.
BUSINESS AND TRADE SCHOOLS 200
i ! AVIATION
TP TOO WANT TO FT.T
WE'LL. AIAKK YOU A PILOT
Our methods Instil con-
fidence from the start.
Ton . know yem srs fly
ing with the most skilled
instructors and ' the best
equipment front tne
tafeat field that money
can buy. Our - average
etudent win qualify for
-the International Pilots
License after 7 hoars an
the air. The cost a
based on the time it takes
to qualify with safety.
- I: It- U. AltU.llS. LVU.
217 Main at. Vauoourar, Wash.
ADCOX ATJTO SCHOOL
The largest and - bewt equipped anto aad gas
engine school la the West is located at Coioa
ava. and Wasco street, Portland, Or. Prospect
ive students and visitors can inspect school daily
at 11 a except Saturdaya.
OREGON EX-SERVICE KEN
The stats) pays yon $29 per month while
attending schooL Enroll , now before educa
tional (and is exhausted. "' .
THE Dudrey School of Aeronantics will
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.'
DUDREY AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
School of Aeronautics.
105-7 N. 11th st. -Portland. Of.
Ton want nothing but the best. Here it la.
aiUndardised erith schools in 60 other citlre:
best laboratories, ' best shop equipment and in-atructora-
Actual sboo nractice eiven nn ... 1
repair jobs. Results absolutely guaranteed. Thai LACK, SCRIM AN O MaRvtt'ISETTE CT -ls-Ume
foe yon to go to school .is while business TAINS. DRAPERIES. DONK LP LDXtf
is quiet. Prepare now for big business opening
in few roonuis. inquire uregoa insuiute of
Technology, oth and -Msin. Clip this ad and
ri It In Tor r.cTitu 4i risgt 'staloene.
' West's I-axcest Business Colieee.
Assures EVERY GRADUATE A POSITION.
All business courses, including comptoaae'er
training. Enroll any time - day school, aught
school. Writs for free catalogue. 4th at, near
Morrison phone Main f,00. -
.6iJ can'Sakn yocr way thboWgIT
ALISKt BLDO., D A?P MORRISON,
EN ROLL in - a business school wnere students se
cure individual instruction in the major sub
jects and personal attention in all subjects, book
keeping, ttenograpliie, calculator, private secre
tarial courses - offered. Write or caii for inter
view. New ' term now opening. Day and eve
ning tensions. Oregon Institute of Trchnolocy.
191 nth t . Main M70f, Lorwi 2. -
MOLER BARBER OOLLEUE will teach yow
the trade in h weeks; receive some pay white
learning ; - positions secured ; es-eernce foe a re
ceive stats aid. Write or call for csialogue.
284 Burnside et. -
CALL A.N Multigrsvphing school is placing iu
' students as fast as Uiy qualify. Opening for
5 girls in class. . .Register' now. . 405 Artisans
bldg., Bdwy. ami Oak.- - -
BOCKY ilOUNl AIN TEACHERS' AGENCY---
EnroU Creei. Frank K, Wei lee, former as.it.
state sopt-. Mgr., N-W. Bank bldg. Auto. 612-13.
MEN', WOMEN, Warn barber trsde; wagea wbiia
learning; positions guaranteed. Mgr. 22 years
experience, jreirow mrwr tillcge. ass Alad'soo,
LMun iiLUKAi-ai Railway Telegraph in.
stitute. 4S4 Railway Exchange biiL aiight
classes. - - - --
. EAST SIDE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Miss Regina Ruekel's gwivsts school; rnrtividaal
fnstructioo. 122 V Cirand ave. East 427.
WASTED Gtrta to learu uulugratiluog sod
prxoung. 229 Mala at.
BUSINESS AND TRADE SCHOOLS 20
fiPEflAT. 2.1 APTO COURSES
- TOlit OPPORTUNITY AUTO and TRAC
TOR, ignition and battery w,irtt. vulrartKting and
retmdintt. driving. rivto-.la prsc'U-al shoo
enerien. - OA Y and EVKNLVll elaw. Ore
gmv es-nervice mm, the state iwys jrtvur entire
tuition fee ('stslogne and information upon
miu.i. 11EMPHILLH AUTO AND THACTOll
SCHOOLS, 707 Hawthorne ae.. Portland. Ou-
eratntg the largest rliaiu of practical Auto ana
Tractor Mcfaools in Uie world.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED r-An elderl man who delres liglit
- farm work to work jwit time tor wages and
part time for himself on a good fsnn; h-nise,
garden, etc.. furnuiird; giiod opportunity : would
not object to man end wife if no children. Ad
ilrst Ksrl H. Wmilh, Stiver, Or.
VA NTlil---Msrri!Hl msn tor farm work: good
. milker, experieiicrd. ftate ase and stre ol fam
ily.. 3 mora itnliiriUKhml rottage' with gsntrn;
aro wood, potatoes and nillk mifnlieii; Stpsiiy
Job for reliable man. J. - K.- Anhford. McMinn
ville. Or.; KMite 1. boi.lnl. ..
meihsnics, get tree sample of
-aUimimiBi solder and list of orlirfnal motwy
making formulas; send self sililrrnl. stamped
envelope for rejily to Anchor lteiisir Shop, bog
5S. liwsco, Ws6h.
eessity; comniiasiuii on fuliue biuine. Cali
fornia also oicn U right party. 415 Clumber
of Commerce bldg.
Kiiiri?iiceti, iibiv t niintmii mffifr;
t.OAIiiLKI 1AL kanlenrr or fiunT . .wanted to
work farm: free rent; equipment fur mlo vrry
clieaii. Terms. For artii'tilani aiUln 3H3
1'airbsnKs St.. or call Antn. 'i'2tr4.
t llAHl.KY HTATKU, . seen in 1'ortkn.l la.t -
week. Would be to. i.ur sdvaiitatte to call
a t 1 HI4 Tlswihome. Tslmr til an.
WaNTEIl 10 solh-itnn for worthy csu.-e ; will
lay tfuod salary itntl ronirniasion. . Ca'J st
1117 11. Market.' Tubor 4'JrJ.
EXPERlEXt'T-nV salcsihcn; lartct money re-
turns: grestest uacrik 1'hone Broailwav 5814
for intervit-w. -
A.KI Killdlilr marrixl man Willi mattn'i"
to solicit for cifiinrra ami dycra. AiH'ly lot"
Vrtir n nf. N '
WANTED -Sslenmeii or naWiachVs to sell the
Uuick Mix. an sholute , honMHold nccrvity.
Phone Brosdwsy room UH-.
TATTJlKS wanted. Alily Ttrownille Woolen
Mills. 3d and Morrison, 4th floor.
WANTED A first-rlass sashsml door haniT
Frank Sehmitt A Cos) East 9th and Yamhill.
WANTED Man to Jo soma liliU.ki.muL work".
I nion ae. aim Btrvens.
v'A.N t ' ain('iie and tinUitg,
wrW. Call :1HI5 Mth st.
will ai tlrlilsl
JAN 1TOK Colored man and wife for apL Iiouas;
must be comisstrnt. Main 10S2. -
HELP WANTED FEMALE 204
BT A YOUNG married woman in small counir
place, mature woman aa companion and to
assist with bousework and care of children in
exchange for good home and small wages. D-110.
MILS. L. V. fiCOTT, formerly witta Uie federal
employment service, furnishes competent of
fice women; also women for all other linea of em
plovntent. - 320 Ivniry bt'lg, Bmadivsy 4B87.
EXPEKIEM'ED landlady for small but good
hoVl. ly highest wages to right Party,
ANY Glltl. in need of a tnend, apply to the
Halvaticn Army Rescue Home, Mayfsir and
AlexsnriVr H. Phone Vain S4SO. D M car
LADY SOLICITORS, OOOD COMMISSION
APPLY 6511 72D ST. 8. E. Ml. SCOIT'
WANffElv Woman for ooniaiiton. board and
rooin or small wages. i'hone Tabor 4040.
2804 4tli st. H. E.
WANTED lp-to-date esjerienced drernaker.
For iisrticulsrs sdilress Bog 2o. RilTerton, tr.
WANTED iirl for grueral housework. Phone
Main 11S4 weekdays; Wdln. HIS IT Wnndays.
WANTED Experienced shirt girl. Portland
Laundry -fcto., Lnion ave and E. Mill.
WANT middle aged lady fur housework. Ad
dress A. Weaterlund, Bonneville, i)r.
' HELP WANTE3) MALE AND
WANTED A - limited uuuilwr luat like Ui
draw to qualify aa apprintices in large en
graving concern. Earn while yon learn. Hurmu
of Engraving. 45 4th st. Offide 60.V Mr,
lireer. BrmtTlwsT 1S3H.
WANT party to inslruot me in algebra 2 nights
. a week. K-26H, Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE 251
CALL TABOR 4
V. W. P IMEROT
PLOWLNO. . EXCAVATLNO AND .
. 174 E. 47TII ST.
WANTED -By experienced hardware mau, 2 4
years in hardware. Would accept Job aa sales
man or work-for hardware, piurahing or hot
air furnace. Address 22 78th su Phone- Ts-
bor 4170. - - - - ;
M.LDDLEAOED mall wishes a gooil home wlirie
he can bach and do light work; uoiinrsUnds
orchard work; his own blankets and cooking out
fit; expect small salary. K-273, Journal
OLD iawna fixed, now lawns put in. gaidrn oi
jhy specialty: alco cement and carr-ntr work.
O. W. Flowem. 242 K. HKth at. H. 'lahor S4 7H,
CLMKNT foundalions, Iioum-. rau.il. baarmiiita
enlarged, cement work of all kinds; reasonable.
CARPENTER jobbiiig contractor." Work gusr
anteerl; reasonable figures. Call BeliuonU
Phone Main 1B18.
-ET your iuiting. kalfomimi.g and paiier
hangtng done before the spring nih.. iri
Vsnre. 733 Washington t. Main
ELDERLY man wants light work on ranrh,
chicken farm or in store; recommendations.
6013 48th at. S. E.. city. "
FIRST-CLASS plumbing done reasonable, anj
where. East 48.'2.
PAPKKINO ami aaiwmiiiing sou inhide ni'i-n-ingr
floor waring Hwlnc i rat Tihnr fi'J .'V'.
IteshlngTed a incislty. Phone East 1201.
PLASTEUINU, chimiiey ana eemeat work. 10
E. 4th st. Tshor 2Hri.
CARPENTER and eotitraiUir, johliing snyUiinf
in thehtiiloing Hne. I'hone East Hfl.Vl.
PAINTING and tmnng in all thrlr hrancties.
Reasonable. Woodlawn 3321. Vslt Bros.
CALBREATll. the palnur.
right side up. lowest rste.
We haug paiff
PAINTINO. Kahomlning. carpentering, tit 03
I- Woodstock eve. S. E. Auto. 617-4B.
fEMNf work; ail kinds.
SMALL carpenter jobs wanted; tir.t class work
A. ; rover, 662 6th. Marshall
SHINOLEHS When yon want reslnngling done
call Woodlswn 52.
CEMENT work of U kluoa.
MAN with Ford delivery wants work.
esliiiiKliiig or roof
call Woodlswn S.'.t'S
. "EXOAVATINO AND ORADINU
J. A. LYONS, EAST 843.
wanU work. Anto. 020-42.
FOR plumbing work call Anto. 023-44.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE 254
NEW, Hill, CALL. EAT hRlS.
SITUATION VVANIKl' omi.ra ul typmt
- wnts C4J5'iig. B'ldreing pr any typing u do
B- home. 'ttlKtr 4M.
POHITMN wantnd by experienced stenographer.
lVrsonal interview sohciU-d. Rftereiicex. "
Msrvhsll 2414. s,
'IHOROI'tJHLY exp. lady tiu pUy, aiail
or pantry work. WdL 120. Ak for Mrs.
WANTED Position as saleslady or lioiiM-kerper
in reptahle place, I'hone East 1KI
LADY, wants hotisralrsning, wsliinu or othr
work; good work tniiirnted WootilswB W.HOV
LADY- .-wants work, iiolueseeptiig or laundry
work. Mrdfnrd Hotel, room 34.
LACE CURTAINS HAND LACNDrTl Kit 11
YRS. EXPERIENCE.' 80c CI. KAST oll
- LADIES -
Let the Richmond fashion shop do yT
spring sewing and you will be delighted. Wa
tnke srjita, coats, dresses, blousee and under,
garments. Also refuting and alterations. Vis
give prompt attention and our prices are rea
souable. Tsbor S01 2. 1120 Division st
Dlfc.i'. ekanong, pti-Mnng, dirssinaking, re-
mndeliiig, relining, s Iteraiionii, pirating, rrs
sonable prkws. Tlie Cabinet Clpsnfrk & Dyvr,
424 Morri-on. n-er 11th. sta'n I-'."-.
IKK.SSIAKIN; AND PLAIN SKVVIM;',
PRICES REASONABLE. 1t MAIN 1ST.
MAIN 442. -
DUESSMAhiNi; AND 1 LA I.N S k W IN O
; Children' 'Vthr a H;artlty.
3 S Twelfth St. Main 3'.'i(t
SEVViNO SHOP 12 hlxtrlilli rt., Iiftwwn
Wash, and Akier. Open m. to p. m.
Alteratiorw, rrling. W'wl'ng, o"c sn hmir.
DHlJSilAKIN l-iw5"J ari'l -liillr. n a ilrrj.i
making and tailoring,-also allersiioiu. I'horm
622-11. ,J , p
HEMSTITCH INO, f.'TS.. W I NONA'S SUOP
, 210 FLEIDNER BLlMi..
Wabinirfm at loth st. .
DRESSMAKING flone by day or at h- m i v,,
-- abto trim yonr hat.'. Miwlame inrrif-kx.
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