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THE OREGON DAILY. 'JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
'TUESDAY.: NOVEMBER- 15, 1S2L
ON TRIALfIN PARIS
a f J A
' Tarla, Not. ' 1SI. N. a Henri
LAJidrv, ailt;ed Eluebeard. faod judc
Md jury la tha Versailles coon of
Imi aralrt today with a return of ths
taxbad wlU which featured tha early
days cf th. trial, but which fell from
him as arldence appeared to pile up
Landra refused to explain the dlaap-pearan-
of Km. COUomb. one of the
! women ha la accused of bavins; mur- I
hi relation with her were of a purely I , ',V
commercial nature and that he bought U 'JV"' V.
hr. furniture. Rag-ardlna; an entry of f W ?' '
money in nis . notebook, wbicb he , Is I . . t
charged with having Uken from Mrae. I L 4
Collomh, Landru said this waa an In-1 -."
vestment of a third party with a view to
establishing . a traveling canteen
Surra the American army of occupation.
nr-w . i ..I V '"m' ' x
inm awreu a point wnen 11 I w- si-jr aVars;..-'?
Proved that an UleglUmata child of i 7T3 tZi
"n ioiiomo, aa wen aa tne child's I
- .v. .vim.u v WAV WV1IWI, aw
also missing. Landru said he bad
known all three and aald that aa none
of these persona could be found. It was
the duty of the authorities to at least
: find them, aa he waa accused of murder
ing only the woman.
Urban Mu,tu. u .. j,. i ' ' K
appearance of Mm. Babelav th vil-I
lags cobbler of Oambala testified that he ? ' t i
saw Landru near the "Villa of Mys
tery" there on the day the woman dis
appeared. His testimony was con
.firroed by other witnesses.
hearty approval and with every effort at 1
full, loyal and complete cooperation. .
"I think it. would he IIl-fRting on each
ajf occasion aa this If I were, to attempt
to go Into details. "There are questions
which can only be adequately dealt with
In committee. At the first glance, for
example, and I give It merely as an ex
ample; our experts are mclined to think
that perhaps too large an amount of ton
nage has been permitted for submarines.
Bubmartnes are a class or -Teasel most
easily abused in their use and which. In
fact, m the late war, were most grossly
abused. We quite admit the power of
the submarine .It is the defensive
weapon of the weak, and it would be
impossible, or, if possible, it might well
be thought undesirable, to abolish them
altogether. t But the amount' of subma
rine tonnage permitted " by , the new
scheme is far In excess, X believe, of the
tonnage possessed by any nation at
the present moment and I only
throw It out. as a suggestion
that It may well be worth consid
ering whether that tonnage - might
not be runner limited, and whether, in
addition to limiting the amount' of tow
nage, it might not be practicable, and
if practicable, desirable, to .forbid alto
gether the construction of . those vast
submarines of great size which are not
Intended for defense, which are not the
weapon of the weaker oarty, whose
whole purpose is attack and whose whole
purpose is probably attack by methods
wnicb civilised nations would regard
MATTERS FOB EXPERTS
"However, there may be other Ques
tions of detail, questions connected with
replacement, questions connected with
FULL TEXT GIVEN OF
BALFOUR S SPEECH
Flcnri Landru, alleged French "Blue
beard," who Is on trial In Paris,
charged with the murder of 11
persons. Ten of his alleged vic
tims- were women.
(CoaUniMd Fran Pate One)
the particular perils to which, from the
nature of the case, the British empire is
Ings of last Saturday. They were mem- uhject
arable indeed. The secret was admtr-1 "Supposing, for example, that your
ably kept Western states, for whose safety you are
raaJBE ro BrKECH responsible, were suddenly removed 10,
i nope mat an ue secrets, so long 000 miles across the sea. Supposing that
mm uwy um ro om secret, or our ais- TOU found that the very heart of your
EQUAL RIGHTS IN
War Profiteers Hit
I has eataaltaa fc
aad see ear- I
itussoeito te tea I
hi hansy ttssa
By Robert" J. Beader
United Neva Staff Correspondent
(Copyricht, by United Kn)
Washington, Nov. 15. The three great
naval powers being agreed "in principle'
on the American plan for limiting sea
armament, there remains yet to he ef
fected an agreement "in principle' to a
policy of equal rights and -opportunities
for an nations in the Far East.
These two objectives have been stated
as the first to be sought by the United
States.. .Once an agreement "in prin
ciple" is accomplished, it was pointed
out. the next step, both as regards liml
tatiod of arms and the solution of Far
Eastern questions, would he:
' First Determine how many Individual
questions can be cleared -up by viva
voce vote, as it were without great dif
ficulty and prolonged formal conversa
Second After ascertaining how much
xir xt i s r ' vr a a I aaeoie um imjiiii k en ueaamsa
Uiu. yrvTAAUisi mix yjfcwriioiiiw v bwu i ii, MOSda, SSd
to six vears. ue ume in wmcn ute ae-i .khekus. said
,.t... . nmHtm nmmh I fat the Duwot of amid
m i i i ii i ii , , , i. ana. I , i V- i
yivuicw w i - I avid Own R. Meieh.
Monday without a qiswennng vote. I now THBiiX)B.K. aotiea k bwiar cHaai
' I that said Gor K. Mur tne Slat say mT
KoveaUicr. 1821. at IS doc ib tba foraasoa
mm nrMT PraMTTSl I 04 iu eay at tba efOea at rortusd Motor Car
BUILD liNU rtKMlla I o lOLh aad BanaiU ata.. Pwtlaad. Or ahn
Vtuaar oepeir sconce, aaaaroraiw i jd anweaobfla eartibaa a: Una (1)
B. hUdisaa sad Bawthona bndra; I 7t nmrnrnrrr Paekara tasriu aataei
builder. Hurley Maaoa; $2000. I Model -5. Mo. 1SS76S. ta aUiaty amid aaara-1
Union Tbeati Co. Bpair tbaatra. 1 S1 1 tmge. coats et Ua and foracWure.
at. between Bnrnsida .and Antony at. ; bailder, I The prenaiiii of aaid aals will bo appbad ta I
w. u. uuena; ssz.uow. I aausiacaoai as amia aaorvaco nan w ua si
can be accomplished thus, begin consid
cruisers which are not connected with or I eratiftn on the more difficult issues.
required for fleet action. But those are ALL IS READINESS
matters for consideration by the tech-
The conference, before meeting Tues-
iiitA. aiiu uvwevcr toey d ue-1 j i i .vi- . u M
1 J WW "VV WMw. "'V 1'IVII wUb
line of the structure which the United
States government desires erected and
mediate getting down to business pro
nouncement of a general policy on the
t. I.. t .1 m ,i
-rnVi; ' "K " ferees. Would it come? Everything
"That structure stands, as it seems to " . , , KiTur
m- r. t . S-il gates of all nine powers concluded a
inintung that in its broad outlines, what-
ever may happen in the course of the! committee was named consisting of
diacuaslona duririr th n-rt r.. uv. all the plenipotentiary delegates to the
that structure will remain as it was conference "to examine and report to
presented by its original architects, for me IUU conierence wim respect
the admiration and for th us of man- Pacific and Far Eastern questions.'
kind. I Mr. Hughes, as chairman of this com
PRirnrii miiTicw i ran tee ana ui me conierence, agreea to
buuuui uie pruiiutuii lor esuiDusnxneni ox
rSQEaBaaCaa4sJ6e aT4-OVa9 Baa asCaSYaaV asw La9 9VBsaTaT ss"a" SET!3f'' twssaaai Aa&klT arLi
By Senate Measure gg p
OTTO SCHUMANN HAHB-1 WQCaJJ
fLTWw -T-. sa3asIg.aj
F. E. -tiller Bract lasidcnee. 27 Dakna I of on
tad tear hwasrad thirty-oea ana I Bek Brtvy- amt Park.
T lMitMuii.1 CiMWn aad. MxllorT aa: bmldar I BO-100 (S 14.1.60) doUaa with tauraat ttacraoa
aim mi owner; (2500. I at tight (8) par oant par aaaxua fmaa Oetobat
W. H- Hood jtirct frrrnnmn. BOS I ssutlio, izi. ana mo us.paya-wt oi uity
are.. oaUmut E. 8ta am 10. o7tn; ouuder I a-uaxa anoraey iaaa, aau oc sue aaa peoa-
mo aa owner; szoev. I " " .
Jcha and Leritt ata; boOder. W. P. Creena A I POBTTjAND MOTOR CAR CO.
Son; 1400. (TO WHOM IT MAT OOKCRN I wiU sot ba
MSk H. Soncne Breet raadenoB, Si 4 cu-1 ua tllila for anv debts or btlla eontiaetad n
pepper Temee; Mulder, a. r. ciapeu. -. I my vut or any member ac my lamur. P. F.
o. a. Berxscrom e,rea remeoce. ia- tunui. 1072 K. zsui at. M.. no.
iae, oexween roruana dito. uatimn awe.; I 'j-. 14, 1SZ1
beuder aama a owner; 1 400.
KDG. BTRAC88. Mcr.
IXOWSEA FOB ALL. OOCASIOU
KELP WAJTm MALE
w ast Park.
WAVTO Twa )a wire atDeaabtls
w woa wna rtail aiUlaa
waaiao. we fcata a ba Baa taat aallias i
Ooly Oo Gatur aaed ajvlj 4 3 II. Joaraal.
NEW SXBJKa tWr WiTUHT.'
Now em ItwUT.
K 8a and IW Ktm
ZJitel Statistics r
TttarrUges. Births, JDzathx. I
KOTICS fa barebysiTaa ol tha daaolation oil
Mrtaenhts of Andaraoa St Vi ekaa. it. U.
Aadrnaa baripf purchased tba intiraat of J.
tar (an men Iiwrt
Smith's Flower Shop
Aad Floral Daaaaa. SS Bis
Lara Onlhnna, Na I Mai hat aotA. Call M
kimm aa I
i." Mamoa aL I SAI.hSil tN- to oarrj tunumr oa
Vatwaoa 4 lb and 8ta
TL Mats TT0
Hotr. rein Imul
additional to nn iitw K "4. Jnuraai.
M"ANTtl AaUaaut'U aad arc
fnr a aew propruoa. 4 1 Relatoat.
HONKST. ooaafwtrnt acrau aaatad: city wars.
ann ifTrrj A atomt uc 410 aa.
Uuj Gourtrighty legal, 389 3d at., aad Mabel
A Gordon, legal. 1880 E. Peninaala ae.
Andrew Kozich. tacal. 1828 Preacott. aad Era
Waracbovich, ie(al. 1828 Preacott sb '
Herman Cop, legal. Fbrest Grove, Or.; and
Emms Tan Bocret. legxl. 468 E. Ankeny st 7
uienn w. uouster. zi, Tlv WasotDgtoa St.,
J T TIV. J T An L.
OBrer La Poke, legal. 812 FremoaTCid Ua
rDea Petarman. legal. 312 Fremont at.
Eata Morrison, legal. 526 Vi .Heights Temee,
Amebor ooanea No. T46, 8e I
coruy itenem aaaoaaoon, res-1
alar meetinc tonight (Toaaday ) , I
Morcmber 18. W. O. W. bail.
128th 11th it. Brine yoor oaa
didataa and aaeare a free turkey.
Free danca 10 to 13 p. m.
Come aad brtna: yoor fnenda.
Ttiey are welooma.
riimii tor AB Oaeaataaa
Hani TUB. T. C. Lnka. Mgr. Stb and Alder.
Lintiefl HlOrftl U). I A .NSW kuca dnn tbat aeTT ba
m-m - fc hlaj In, &,1U - II .
win-. u mmA nlmnt n aau maa OCT M Beott I re .mi. r.n i,i v w
. . 1.7.. .r-. 171U Writ 151-IS "
KABTBf A- roBEXS CC, riorwta. wwav
Mala ISS. A-lzes. siowara n aa i HFI I WANTTTi mill r Ml'
LOST AND FOUND
i K6um ktKrtfe tut
tnal UTatid: good home.
W. G. SMITH ft CO
-811 Morgan Bldg.
aaa wne, um wj aa
Mrv R. If. Maaoe, lt 81th ara. b. t. Pon-
COSMOPOUTAN LODGB No. I THB fotlowlng article ware found on tba ran land. Or.
109, Katgba af Pytblaa, I of tba Poruand, Railway. Leant t rower l-o . I vrASTED A
WW aiWJ will lay IBIIIlia, JUT. 1 , llil . janvn mwhiim, .vu I
uoo5 rruuaa in, aia. I oozes, a ponea. am a. a P"r - i to d. bnurwort i. . .n fi). t.n-
sa zaaanui sb Tantsa a. I ungla gloraa, 3 booaa. ipuniaia pen, oeu. boooi i i.aa i -jk v '
Thrift Stampa. backet, can rartuab, bag or tooia. I - .
ddie-asd weaaaa. ataat talk
lor a good boaw tbaa huh
r&i a EESTXB
K. ot &.- and 9.
488 East Twcntlath Street.
i , ii nkn ,r irm, mnrhtt. I W'AXI eiderti la! to taaa 2 chlid rva : aa nJi,
Ownori may obUm' tamo upon proper kiesUlica- . ,rT'1V "d ,bo,r1- rlln 10 par month,
tfcrn at and Alder it ata. latlTIT Portrmoatb Mr Cannon.
Mr. and1 Mrs. P. J. Holme
AB ataben TaqsUd
uuz ti. xnia ix. n.. not. s. a aon.
MTEBS To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. afyen, 1298
Campbell, Not. 6. a daughter.
SUPPK To Mr. aad Mm B R. Snpoe, 841 E.
77th St. N.. Not. 1. a daughter.
COTTON To Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Cotton. 180
Durrmu. iiar. n. a aanrnutr.
"I have UtUe more to say. It is easy thi- mmitt a. n a a n,mittH 1 HAT?. To Mr. tnd.ifa. Paul p. Behatx,
to estimate In dollars, or in pounds. Q, ute five major powers on arms lim- spbuJLman To and mIhTm. Sel
"'""" eni;c, me saving lo tne I (ta tinn tn the rnnfnni Tiirlv I man. 1440 A Thin. Nor 4 n I"'. .. . w pan maatsra of thill
taxpayer of each of the nations con- rreatinn nf th mmitt v., SBGHKR8 To Mr. and Mrs. Joa. P. Soghsts. von 6WU1 .fatbdrntta ., .f"
' w 1 B 4 ftina.. O j Li. I V. IV. M . kH Haw I UMlVOT. IB. Bl Ck.li
that 8HOEMAKEBTo Mr. and Mra. Carl V. Shoe- - , COURT ait. Hood No. 1. VSC- . "f, , :0 Jfv2?V.
muer lao c,. o rstn st. aot. o
THB following articlea waa toand on tha can I W ANTK1 -A youag lady rmpiore. eaa hat
of tha Portland Railway, Light aV Power Co., I , board aad room cheap for eome work mora
v. i io'ji . ,MkMti.i a vim nm I Ir.M and ereninrv alsr. ftlA
TsMalaa 191 1 1 a I BHrfga-, wvw. aw - w I iwr W1JI WZIB CaAaOnrO. f f 1 ti. sal nsTrvsaraSh
and Alder at ata.
HERaf Am ArilADK TWfA- I LrOSTJYrjtn g . Coach JtuUj n-orti
aaataaa Bwu Vl.a . 4 am-w.4aa TTeiai MITU sanllas-
xraniauKAK LOIXiE No. 111. and 1819 liceaaa. Phona 227-14 or Mais V'l
I - au special com- Reward.
miuuouioa meftaar erenmg. Nor.
IS. at 1 :30. Work in tha M. M.
degree. The wnrk kii - k.
ferred by tha past mastara of this
2ef, hiCrt.te adPti.on ' this scheme Eastern questions naturally Implied
" w uie Mi wnuM reauire eruldance even as t hp-
relief la great. It is easy to show that
arms committee before it could begin a
NORTHROP To Mr. and Mrs. P. C. " Northrop.
iouo ooerman, aot. 3, a asugnetr.
MICHEL To Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Michel. 217
Peasenden. Not. 7. a aon
HOWARD To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Howard,
iso b euui, hot. z. a son.
NIEL8EN To Mr. and Mrs. M. Nielsen.
4022 14 42d st. 8. E.. Oct. 30. a danchtar.
CAHKEY To Mr. aad Mrs. J. W. Casker. 145
indirecUy it will, as I hope, and believe, of its work
raatlv Btimiilat in.,orm .,u..i . 1 SXUuy OI US WOrK.
O" uJtuiaB)lv suuusu J 1 UAUvllCM sTLUU
international, and do much to diminish OPEIT DOOR FIRST
tbe difficulties under which every civl- Briefly, the American program for
lized government is at this moment solution of Far Eastern Droblems em-
suasions, win be as well kept In my j empire, the very heart of this great I laborlnS- All that can be weighed. I braces at the outset a general agreement
la as sanrulns mood I have mv doubts. I .t.t - am.ti moiui laianH h I measured, counted, all that is a matter! on the nrincinle of the ooen door, cm-
... ..- . . .: . " - - -- - 1 , ri t... i ,l ... .. ' . , r r. - : I rarragui, mot. o. a oaugnter.
au. nowoTrr mat may r, me secret pending for oversea trade, not merely, xul mere 10 wmeuimg in cmcaity setung aown mat au nauons I KADDA8 To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ksddas 531
la this cass was most admlrablv kent. I nt rhuriv for it luxurioa hut HArand. I this scheme which is above and beyond! alike are entitled to eoual riehta and I E. 35th. Not. 2. a son.
and I listened to a speech which 1 1 Ing upon oversea communication for the I Jlumerca' calculation. There is some-1 opportuniUes for commercial expansion I 'H.PnrJ,? MJ" Mra- Bott"
Utoug nr sionuent. appropriate. In every raw material of those manufactures by "cii goes 10 me root, wnich is in the Orient. giese To M.rf Mn. hm h ri
way a fitting prelude to the work of the which its superabundant population concerned with the highest international Airreement "in principle" to such doc- 8016 63d aTe.. Not. 2. a danrhter
confer new which waa about to open or lives; depending upon the name oversea morality. This scheme, after all what trine, it is held by American leaders, I FOWELLES To Mr. and Mrs. F. U FoweUes.
m.k i w.a w 1 .1 I i ,k. f 1 n k;,.v,.I coes it do?- It makes idetLlinm a nrai.1 u n ji... I 214S E. Alder. Not. 2. a aon.
w n,n bmwvtu imm utcii uiiviiru ui um I wiuuiuiuviivii vii uip iwu upni . u" " I , r I nuuiu ouumiaubAill uiopveo Ul ouuio JL I tt.,1 i i i uu m . , j
TiraaMant arttKnnt ...nnn.in. h.t .nv. ... ...K.iuf .(,innnst. I, wo. - fa. tlcal propOEltion. I ,v, t,,,vi-o ic..a t I w'L'''AM8r-T? Mr. and Mr. J. D. Williams,
thing; very dramatic lay behind. And I miliar thought In your minds that there It takes hold of the dreams which re- j cific More definite application of the I WILSON To Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wilson, 787
amddenlT I bwsnM aware aa I nunrmaa I never were at any moment of the 'year! formers, poets, publicists, even, noten- I nrincinle would eliminate, all aournea of I Wilson, Not. 7, a son.
all present became aware, that they within the limits of your state more than tates. as we heard the other day, have I frlctloiv it such application can be SH4iEf0lTldTlt?- ! E- Shaffer,
wsra llstsnlng not merely to an eloquent I seven weeks' food for the population, j from time to time put before mankind I worked out in cooperation with Japan:' I SEEFELDT To Mr. and Mrs. J. Seefeldt, 790
ana somiraoi speecn, but a great nis- I ." meir iwi nau w ue rciuouou m mo ko&i to wmcn numan enaeavor 1 ii 11 cannot, mere wouia appear to I nooaeTeic, ucx. u, a aaugnter.
torlcal evenu It was led up to with y oversea communlcaUon. should aspire. I be little likelihood of an agreement on
Bucbr art The transition seemed so g TRADE ESSENTIAL I narrative of all- the attempts I arms limitation. Hence, the next big
natural, that when tha blow fell, when .. .. . . I made of all the schemes advanced for I event naturally would be the develop-
tha speaker uttered tha memorable ' ,7, . r . diminishing the horrors of war, is a ment of a Far-Eastern policy.
AT GUtL ta need ot a mend spdIt
SalraooB Atbt Raerae Dm Marraw a4
airxaoarr sai. t-Dflew M ata s 4 &0 iku
OIRL wanted lo do bosarvork and beta oar
lor-oary. irono aome. AO to 51081.
HELP WANTED MALE AND
WANTED Man aad wile to work for nna .4
Ternew cemetny. bet. I board: womaa to do hooarwork. au mil
beak book with War I eow and do chorea nigbta aad ainiinim im
a 1 sanngs stampa aad bonaa. or nemy laay. rtnaer 1 in ianuii. raoee SI z TO
dar nirht r-L.-i.-i.-ii iTi I Please return to 604 McKay bldg. for reward.
T 11-11 I ... . I
4U3 gL Initiation first meeting. I LOST Sterling alrar ETaraharp pencil, with I 10 MEN and womea wveemXj
cam party and daaea fourth meet I name engraved. Reward. K. u.
ing each month. All ri ,! . I war 73.
NEW RFRTT-t GOOD MAXWEJLjT"
Now on DupIst.
MA XW rL-t'HAL E RS CO.
ed and Oaegoo 8 La
LOST Friday. Not.
85 tn greenback-.
Bond, Bread- 1 1 1 profit oa each aale ; big meaty to hasta.
Can in pereoa, ag 1 ;i .1.
KERR To Mr. and Mrs. A M. Kerr, 42d and
Moimsn. -ipT. b. a son.
werda. which have now tone round and " y., 1 'L8. ?t P"m elAncholy one. Some fragments of it
. . - I and an that It carries with It. you will k v.i -
found an echo In svery quarter Of the ",Vv.VTt tThV ..r4
1.1t1.1 .i j ,, ' . . I understand why It Is that every
.!. - . ?a .v . , U the British empire, whether he
IWOfound surprise; It excited the sort of f tn f dominions of. the
. amotion we have when some wholly
itaw event suddenly springs Into view.
. and we felt that a new chapter In the
"""history of the world reconstruction had
baa a worth II r opened.
you will I .wnT. laid hffnra vnn hv nnr KtiilrmiiVi on
1.1 1 Gt,,..Hv pTiv n V.;i;.nl
I - . . 'IV J nil D UVi CAU-liaUUK.
I1B -UIIIC- I f V, ... 1 , ,.
f. . . . . . . ' ILtJ Diivncu nun CiLOjr 1L LB ui IuaL.C
or whether he lives In the small island v". la lu
In the North sea, never can forget that l""lcae,u"H ,uw c"ctl-
"Th absolute simplicity of the pro- jwculd perish
it Is by sea communication that he lives.
and that without sea communication he
and the empire to which he belongs
dura, tha easy transition and the
groat dramatlo climax, were the per
fection of art. which shows that the
highest art and the most perfect sim
plicity ara very often combined.
BBITA1X GBF.ATLT CONCERNED
PROPOSAL IS LANDMARK
"What makes this scheme a landmark
is that combined with the profession is
the practice, that in addition to the ex
pression, the eloquent expression of
LEGAL MOVE NEXT
1 DAKOTA RECALL'
Do not suppose that I am uttering
laments over the weakness of my em- gooj intentions, in which the speeches
pire. r ar rrom 11. w e are strong. 1 ol men Qf (jj nations have been rich,
hope. In the vigorous life of its constit- that a wav has been found in which, in
went parts. We are strong, I hbpei. In moBt striking fashion, in a manner
the ardent patriotism wnien Ointts us I which must touch the imaarination of
Vn. I .M t wnnlrl arnlmin ..- t I all together. But this strategic weakness I vrvhodv. which must come home to
venture to rise first today to deal with I l" OOV,OUB 10 eeryrouy .no reiiL-u, t 1 the dullest brain and the hardest heart. "ie cogs 01 uie recau eiecuon.
BBOFHY Dr." Henry Brophy. 1028 K. 27th
st. N.. Not. 13. 60 sears: tubercnlosu of
FAULCONEB Thomas N. Psnfconer. 5417
82d st S. E. Not. 13. 91 Tears: rhmnir
SCHNEIDER Jacob Schneider. 527 K. 17th.
dot. 15, iv years; TaiTmar neart que aaa.
TTMMBRMAN Kamiel Timmernian. Good Ha
man tan Hospital. .Not. 12. 41 years: tvnhnid
STEWART Martin O. Stewart. Portland Conval
encent hosratal. Not. 14. Jt 4 tmh: dishetM.
UULt5 tlannah (Jowlea, 810 Smith, Nor. 14
88 yesrs; lobar pnenmonia.
CURRIER Albion K. Carrier. 806 Wygani.
moT. ii, years; cerebral nemorThare.
(By United News).
plr hj Ti xrov k n innirmnt I KIFER Jofcn Rifer. St Vincenu hospital. Not
uargo, N. u., n.ov. lo. n insurgent n 23 yeirs. of jhV
rroim nf Non-Partisans In Norfh Dakota I tricle.
. . . . it . , I FORD Milton Wright Ford, 1101 E. 19th st
icraay uireaieueu lo uiruw a wrcucu ui N., Not. 10, 49 years; lobar pneumonia.
SING Chin Sing. Multnomah hospital. Not. 10
l n years; arteno sclerosis.
--...ww . . ot.u , . m , i i i o yearv; menu s. lftiKvirv.
tha subject which la In all hearts. As I I " Pre0"' In the minds of our enemies, the government of the United States has Word came from Attorney EJ. R. I APPIJG Samuel s. Apple. SeUwood hospital
havs hinted. It Is because the British " y v shown its intention not merely to say Hintw at Mlnet. that a erouo of Ux- oVVr f. IS ESr..,TS?it
. .. . . .i TArovtrron nv niii msarm m . . j a w t iv.t " " oi iialaeiiv 1 uuuias at. s?ituirr. 0011 ri rTarri 1.
amplra of Oreat Britain, th two to- 'orgorten byur friends.
gather, are, mora profoundly concerned I AORET IK SPIRIT
wita ail that touches mattera naval than
It is poaatbls for any otheir nation to be
aad this not, believe me, for any reasons
of ambition, not for any reasons drawn
from history or tradition but from the
, hard, brutal necessity of plain and ob
"These reflections, with your kind
ness, I have Indulged In.' tn order ton-
plain why it Is that I am addressing you
at the present time. We have had to
HUNTINGTON Georae Huntinrton. St Vin
cents Hospital. foT. 13, S9 years; hemorrhage.
CH ewu. no-, tn W.rH Tm.v nsms and Not. 11, 88 years: hemorrhage
war is horrible, but mere IS a way oy - KEPPTNGER Cordelia Serena Keppinger, SOS
which wars can be readily diminished, I Stutsman counties have employed coun- 1 Gufld, Not. 11. 62 years; malignant growth
by which the burdens of peace, almost sel and have .brepared to ask an sjnma
as Intolerable as the burdens of war. junction to Keep inaepenaenis eiecteu -, , , 6 7 yes "aortic tniiffinry
can be readily lightened for the popu- October 28 from taking office. The peti- smith Msggi a. Smith. 867 Regents DriTe
nriK. wt,M A nn in Hnincr that I tion will aiiese mat me recall was i rot. 70 years: pulmonary nemorrnaaa.
consider and we have considered the ln doin ,t m tne manner which they illegal.
great scheme laid before you by our I . - , ,,n.. .v. imagination I Independent candidates for governor.
Thara never has be In the history chairman. I have considered it with I t mtnXy 'ot audience they were attorney general and commissioner of
t the world a great empire constituted T" Vh ' ,n -sing. not merely of the great peo- ZZT tJ Z
aa tha British empire Is. It Is a fact " V" - Vv "VVL P' - wnom mey oeiongea. out 01 w.e s "7" I-T;- uTJBa
doubt familiar to everybody whom I " , .w. 1 V V whole civilised world, in doing mat mey " x"
- . . - , , . . , 1 iui 111 in 1113 ruaiici V7 . ai uiauicuia nnu I . -n . . j - w n r i w a nl I rai LIMII II :uillui IS.
am saurtannn si inw yrr ertrii. niwncni, 1 , 1 nave, DeueTe me, uiuo iuoi . . . . . ... .
V.. v.. T .n ... I prrpjiraiiona lur ar mi nan ever ron I ,i thia mncrPiifi on of the I 1 'J"n-""".
Ing ' Imaginatively conceived precisely l""v" i. J. . J landmarks in human civiliratioti.
what tha altuation of the British empire nd. Patriotism of statesmen. I do not .
is On this connection. I aL-tk si l" I -tt PJJ TJ A 4-r
urtets r. . pomon ; ntn, i, ;;; k.;; nun xicu uco lcu lu
" i my suaienre are, cuiarna vi 1 contrived, can deal wltn eve rv suttlect:
' tha United States. Tha United States 1 can cover the whole ground of tnter
standa solid. Impregnable, self-sufficient, national reconstruction. It would be
all Its unes Of communication protected.! folra- to make th attemnt and it wmilrl
docrbly protected, completely protected folly to pretend that the attempt has
from any conceivable hostile attack. It , VA. i -oh--,.
: la aot merely that you are one hundred As WM mo((t clearly ejCp,ained by the
...... 7""" ; ' I secretary of state on Saturday, the
Washington1 Lobnt; S. mik
F: Sj A M. Special com-1 LOST Black aad white Alaska spits dog; license
uuicauen weaneaaay aTening E.
8th and Bumaida st. at S o'clock.
M. M. degree. Visitors welcome.
By order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND. See'y.
MOUNT TABOR LODGE No.' 42.
A. F". A A M. Special com
munication Wednesday eTenrng.
11 XSS Diro S10 on, I
CsU Auto. 222 -18. SITUATIONS WANTED MAI i
LOWER SELLING EXPENSES
. Are aoma hard nuts to era. just av.
I! you need a
ASSISTANT SALES MANAGER
No. 250. Call Main 24i. Keward-
LOST A lemon aad waits pointer pap S aaa.
old, raorie East 4752. Kewar
LOST Wrist wstch, "Zeta ' eagra.ed oa back.
SeUwood 1740. Reward.
LOST Ford ear. No. 1182IS
return to 210 Alder; $50 reward.
7:30 o'clock. Pythian Temple. SS8 I LOST Friday, giri s bine cost, with fur collar. I who has had Tahiable exn-uuia aaiea nirntsrs
Yamhill it E. i and T. C degree. 1 kso n-., W 170? n,nnl I In a lsrge Miri corporation near Puiahmv ..4
Vnaung brethren welcome. I fTSx a ; t-wwi. -1 p b " i".Vi I wh u oonaidenng locating m tha Nonhweau
U R. JOHiiSON. W. M. I LOST Sorority pin with initials J. P. S, Call I He work, in a plain way. hits hard. . m
LDGE No. 172. A. I "JB" , 1 wen with his neighbors, and is loofcng tr aa
F. A A M. Special communi-1 1 uigo yeuow maie reman siuen. aaa. I opiwrnmiiy wmcn oe nones wui derelre) into a
cauon .weaseaday ere nine, fiorem 1 v- 1 " m use is taia
Der 10. at T:S0. Wort In K. UI LOST Black cocker aDaniel doc 87 East 47th I "'" .
and M. M. degrees. Tin toes In-1 at. or Tabor 440. I EXPERIENCED bnrkiarer wsnu mtt hnix
Tited. Order W. M. I ..w , 1 .L : 1. : 1 , . I frmndarinial n, hfiiMi,, 1 1.
FREDERICK W. NICHOLS. See'y. 'T ' .V. JT . , " "l li AJ h... bn-r jTVi wort bi
OREGON - ELECTRIC C O TJNCIL 1 rutJ' " angora cas. iau wain. zs. 1 day or contract anywhere. I sa sa ri-am
vnviT. iui'i u it.. : ti . 1 . 1 Ksn witn T ami t Joaebb Kmi rin mi 1. 1
this (Tuesday) areihnc at 8 o'clock I BUSINESS AND TRADE SCHOOLS 200 OrBoiSMorlnquire at the W lae .
at Pythian bldg. All members in- I I PALNTING. paprrnanglng. lurnrum rmeiard aad
Tited. O. O. HALA Sea. I xw wiTTn I retimrned Pncas reasonsbie: work rans.
St Frsncu Apes., uroaaway im. 1 vaeo. nnop ioa uawtaorne aaa. Tahot 124S
rUvTi-ri t vti i.m'iit vrt Ki a I SS and SIS per day being paid to cor irsd-
F. ASD A. U. Special com- "y esr Practical system aad uptxdaU I
waa mmjix ismuvu asm sa aa- v waasw. am ( 1
facta to remeasbaa- about tha UEMPUOX Ante
ninnies tion Wednesday,
Pvthian bida. M. M. degree. V
iting brethren welooma. Order W.
BRADT A ROACH
We pa'nt and repair rtxia and know how.
Tsbr 571 S WoodUan 441S
H. J. HUH.nru.. Bee ind Cansda; asUblisbad orTr 1 yr7 lariwrf 1 VK 1 repaired and painted;
of th. Brotherhood of Locomo- nmlant of aniuS taima. nataJoVl. "j'T?- H" lL r"fif??'";
and Engiaemen will giTe a I tha world: our pbeaoaseaal tn0 and saooaH I ' ,' . " "T ..
Kn IT kt th Uhnr U antiralw ilu lo.lk. .i-l.l a 1 I lum-
1 k-s ThilHl,
Temple. 4th and Jefferson, at 8 p. so. Lunch 1 Uvwaandi of graduates who are aa. Aug big
serred.- Admission Si cents. I saooey aad ta barinm for thimasNas. pm pea.
CMBLEM JEWkXIrr . spaca.butto ptea, I "fT. ,n. Z' ' rW
cuaiua, iin.1 I i srvEVivn .1... ix-.. u i i.i
work s arwoalty.
Untina. painting, nesset
All work guaraavsad. Caa
CARDS OF THANKS
WE wish to express our sincere thanks and
appreciation for the, kindness and sympathy
shown us by our many friends during our rerent
bereaTement; also for the beautiful floral offer
ings TiTen. Mrs. KS Wong snd fsmily.
WE wish to thank our many friends for their
floral offerings and sympathy extended during
our hours of bereaTement orer tha loaa of onr
beloTed wife and satter. Its M. Moody. W. H
Moody. Mrs. Leily Clark, Mrs. A. K. Bpragne.
WE wish to extend our thanks and appre
ciation to oar many kind friend for their kind
ness, sympathy and beautiful floral offerings
extended us in the recent loss of our daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Haase.
asked to prevent the state canvassing
board from declaring the Independents
elected when It meets next week. Peti
tioners will charge there were insuffi
cient signatures on the recall petitions to
make the election legal. The law re
quired approximately 68,000 signatures.
Independents rued over 80,000 names.
and the Non-Partisans claim thousands
of these were duplicated and others were
not legal voters.
A 4 Vnn.rJa,l,.n 1. n-, m Vi..1ni...f Awn I
O. Will. WI. I-C I . v. -I V, ; .InlJ IV,. r. n l.J
. . ., . , , - I IT 1 Ik WCId 3 1 1 H U MIC ItaKUC ICftUClB TC
rion was 1 U.V J''."., I opposed to the move and believe the
Cite Authority for .
Transfer of Funds
WAUL In this city, NoTember 15. Marie Wahl.
aged 70 years, wife of Fata Wahl. mother of
Frit, Marie. F.mll. Otto. ErSeat and lav Wahl.
all of this city. The rams ins are at tha oon
serratory chapel of the East Bade funeral di
rectors, 414 East Alder street MoOon of funeral
will appear in a later Issue.
MEMORIAL Not. 9, 1921, Mra. Ollie Funk.
Wife of Richard H. Funk, passed swar at tbe
home of ber brother, Wm. H. Balweu, 1603 Di-
Tision st.. roruana.. or.
WELIaS Not. 14. at ISS E. Buffalo st, Sarah
Wells, aoed 71 nan. The remaina aiw at
Finley'a mortuary. Montgomery at 6th. Notice
of tuneral nerealter.
inere.y inai you arw ui. w.a.m.wv cin- htJI deai and dwl,s only wUh the tne,sUte InduSWl accident , . . . .ta i ue lne
try In the world; It is that the whole ,hr ' wnioh Awn htt Wm, JuJ interests of the league would be
configuration of your country, tl
rwium w wr wmm i, 1 fr. noositv nn.ll. all nnit.r. ,.J t.,nA h. inHt. lu ""': '" v,cw "l U,D
such that you ara wholly Immune from . t,'.irir nf tU, tr,, !T5. A.-.r the special election failed to alter the
pean nations who have diminished their commissTon-, demand was prompt- f JSSTn
flMls and who at nrewnt have no rlere I a . lttAr- from Hoff. annrlainsr them WU,.P lorcea to go aneaa with It, Non-
-.-t v 4ZTe ... t V- -.in ... jU . .I.... - I artisans Detieve tneir administration
tr Vi W A aaiiJa. I " " J oi uie uauio.ci. I will ha unnnnii ir
I rb f 1 V. K nn beyond the necessities that I In its leUer to Hoff the commission j wu 00 unpopular.
'fl I I I I I I I IX TfcJ I national hnnnr and nnMnnnl ri,fi e I i!nfa nnt that that aeerre?ated accident
quire, I fund Is a reserve rund wnicn nas oeen
. ' I set aside to provide the future monthly
one vitr.silON UJ.TOCCHED payments to widows and children and
"Again, It does not touch a question I to workmen who are permanently dis-
nhlrh every man coming from Europe abled." Its transfer to any other fund
must feel to be a question of immense I is not permissable the commission con
nd almost paramount' Importance: 1 1 tends. ''
mean the heavy burden of land arrna- I In his letter to the commission Hoff
ment That la left on one side, to be I explains the transfer as due to an over
dr alt with by other schemes and . In draft on the general accident fund. This
other ways, what It does is surely one overdraft, the commission explains, was
Made out of your old worn-out
carpets and ruga Save half the
price of a new rug. Use woolen
9x12 Rugs at earn -cleaned, $1.50
188 East Eifhtl.
Hughes Plan. Will
On Prospective Cost
FUNERAL NOTICES 104
WILCOX At FairTiea. Or.. Not. 13. 1921
otnaine W. Wilcox, aged 70 Tears, hucband
of Hannan Wilcox, fatter of Mrs. Earl Wilkin
son of Oakland, Cal.. Dr. C. C. Wilros of ForV
land. Or., and Mrs,' Irring ProTenca of Boise,
Idaho. Friends and acquaihtancea ara raspecv
luity in Tiled to attend tbe funeral semcea Wed
nesday. Not. 16, 1921. at 2 o clmk p. m., at the
ens pel ot ixrwara Holmsa a Son. Tmrd and
Salmon streets. Interment Rose City cemetery.
From Old Carpets
Bag Rags Wovea
AH Sizes at 7B Cants Pwr Vara.
WOOLEN CLOTHING AND BAGS TAKEN
8x1 a RUGS STEAM CLEANED S1 .SO
WESTERN FLUFF RUG CO.
54-68 Union At. N. East 681 S.
.UR chief business
is to cooperate
with your phy
; auciaxi, carrying out his
orders to the least de
tail. Therefore, bring
prescriptions to us for
' , accurate filling.
'. PrompttM and
Washington. Nov. 15. (U. P.) Up
ward of $200,000,000 would be saved in
of the biggest things that has ever yet brought about through an over-invest-i ; ", '; c'J - 12'
been done by constructive statesman- merit of the Industrial accident rund, ' "f, " " J " I J "l
rhlp. It does deal with the three great which investment was made by the state T Roosevelt told the advisory coun-
fleets of the world, and in the broad bond commission based upon reports pre- "
spirit in which it deals with these fleets, pared by the statue treasurer showing the m U?1lte chai:
in the proportion of disarmament which condition of the various funds. IfHhe rin Eamed
it lays down for those fleets, the gov- llofrs reports to the commission show 'T2m,rJn ' . . .
ernmeat of the country which I rep- an over-investment from the Industrial ,T!:.,r " 1, - Suerla"d
resent la ln tha fullest and heartiest accident funds of more than ,100.000. r- - rTreslntlvrTr p. n'nT
sympathy with the policy which the . " ..?,LfH"v.pmlsy!-
0 thlnk mo8t rlghUy. Uken the battle fleet . --TiEJsmaws i tad W B W
I aa the aggressive unit which they have .""SSSL S i IZt Thompson. New Yorfc.
55 i the main to consider: and In the bat- , , Vr 7 rZZtrJ 1 www .
Z$ tla fleet you must include, those auxiliary IAritrtntf? Erf WnTTinn PmnlnTTO Wlf
To Escape Assailant
I . . - , J ', ,
, v.. ii. I tana: aroey uiraca, iesi.
a a..w.r. 7 "'"I c , w.i p-rtlandr Millard H
tLa ffwalaa r ranaa iralnat MHa n "ivii o :
. . ...v. T.i. . 1. 1 Baker. 1. Tacoma. and Mrs. Ivey Joyce
anw annll torn tn hkh tt maw v nn. I ' ' . .
- - - c. Shaw. J7. Seattle, and Elisabeth Han-
Bend. : Xov. 15. Mra W. R. Nutt
aaBv-o rvaVi4 Citnr) a s tVmm a atttttsiaM
J7 .Ijobnto, wr wT last
15. and Isabel F. Oagnon. 18, Vancou-1 -.. . v, .
-rakina- ituaTtr. rllw blns-ina- ver : Paul Dalnit, JS. and Nellie Bogo- inST!,..: r,"rr
T ' ' J.M as r TWasataa,sl I aMsfJ SnVlU W UCOCr.CtaU XI DSkQ
to ona auhject namely, tha batUa flaet, donoff, IS. Portland, accosted her on the road Just outside
taainc utoae two. we batueanipa mem-i Mm. " of town. When they neared the house.
selwea and tha vessels auxiliary and nao-l LtTafPT JAW" SEEK h. anavt that aha haH rrwkvii kt
assary to a tattle flaet, we think that I several deer killed by aportsmaa in I ran away. Search for the man has bn
in. proporuon Grant county showed symptoms of I futile.
and ALDER. STS.
cpi lvrn mm ntvin
5nS? I countries la acceptable ; we
V' I limitation of armaments 4a acceptable;
we think tt should be acceptable ; we
firmly believe that It will be accepted.
"lumpy Jaw." an ailment to which cat
tle are subject, according to Stanley G.
Jewett of the U. S. biological survey.
John G. Brown, a cook, filed
ti. mv eri, .h mata wr.ia-h I Jwt will taiJt up the matter with' th I .aiTist th S. P. & & cchmiiv in circuit
i Kawaftffe ssaSsnf SrAMIirl tha aVfirUi aTtafl AttturAamT 4 state game commission In an effort to I court today, asking 120.709 damares for
lis not a message which is going to be 1 have precautionary, raeasrire taken J injuries received March 2, at Carson,
I received' by those moat concerned with! against spread of the disease. The in- J Wash-, when, ha stepped out of a boxcar
cod approbation. I believe it la going 1 lectea oeer - ware tuiea near wuiyonjcooKsnacs on tne sraing ana xeu live
to be received ay them with. warm. ur - . . , t . eei traca ursaaun sua w ,
aCFITTINO, RELAVINO, RESIZING, ETC.
x1Z RUGS STEAM CLEANED. S1.2B
Watti anas maoa aver. Feathers Rsnovatad.
ALL KINDS NEW MATTRESSES for SALE
MOREER CARPET CLEANING WORKS
1072 E. Lincoln St. Aut. 23747 .
Mads from All Kinds of Old Carpeta
For QoalHr. Berries and EcoooatJ.
OREGON FLUFF RUG CO.
E. Start St, Tabor 7S1
AUCTION SALES TOMORROW
AT WILSOJCS AUCTrOI HOCSK. KI-1T1
BECUHU ' BTUeKT. 8AL& AT 111 a. a
SEALED PTOPosals addressed to R. At. Daffy,
bar mess mi wager, actins ' for tbe Board of
Resents of the gtate Agricultural Couece. Cor-
TsiUS. Of.; will be reeetTed at the of fie
the eoUeaw catit S o'elaek n. sa.. No. 31
121. for tha fnmishina ' of all material and
taw pert rraa nee of laaor required for tbe
completion of tba iduntbins. elaetne wirms.
beaucr- and Tea tils tic sytteta for a 3 story
and feauesaeBt hmldtn, Iknoww as UM tJOIB'
Bare baildias) for Use Stats AsTarBttaral Ctil-
be at i -orvaihS- nr.
AU bids shall be oa a proposal blank, waicfi
win aw Joraaiaed warn appHcatioa by the
All ta wot aad Bsatertals arast eonfona
ta tha Tilaas aad specifics Dans tbarefor . on
fOm at tbe on ire of tbe arctuert, Jotm
Tli hum 104S tTbamntr cf ComBaerca - bMs'.
Pnrtauad. Or., aad at aba office, d K IL
Ooffy. . State Asnettltaral CoUese, CacraBis.
HKNKXK Not. 14. at her lata residence, 643
K. 14th sr. N.. Paulina Henkle. aced 16
years, danshter of lir. and Mrs. Henry Hankie.
rtroerai semcea will be onduotad Tbnrsday. No
Tember 17. at 2 t. m . from tba Zion Cooara-
(ational church, corner of East Prh and Kre-
mont. snenda inrited. Interment Rosa City
cemetery. Kemains at Pearson's CDdertaAlria
u.lk i, ii . - ;
nuncu ,u m. iiiuii ve.
POWELL, Mot. 15. at the late residence. ii
PettraroTe at. Lucille, aaed 24 Tears, srifa nf
Dr. J. H. Powell, dauchter of Mm. Alta Michell.
sister of Velma licbell of PorUartd. Tbe fu
neral aerrice wur be held Tnnradar. Nov. 17. at
2:50 p. in. at rinley s nortuary Mootsomery
at atn, rnenas lnntra. toncludinj; semce
Koss Tty cemiHery.
UEalPHTXXi'S AUTO 4k TRACTOR SCHOOLS
7Q7 Hawthorne stsl 111 Oak St.. PorUsrfd.
In jou contnr4ste btuidint II so
about your plana. I draw pians lor
WHT BE OCT OF A JOB OR WORK AT
AN UNDERPAID POSITION f
CARPKNTER rtimste oa rnaif wwrk.
ronta reosiml snd rsrsse bout Shop. 1 SS 7
Hawrhome Tabor liae.
CAKPENTKR New or n-pr wrk. cnri-art o
day: pncea ncbt. Aut. 421 it. 4141 A41S
Vi hava SefYMI lintw4ft nf mi miIhIm I St ft. E.
to positions payinff frost S200 to pet ROrGH carpenter wort. PsU-h y.air roT Bmui
moBth. If yoa, sriQ rail at Unioa ara. and! yna a fine csrare I-aat aoraer. It will pay
Wasoo St. any 'day (eacept Bsra'day) at 10 I ym to call w din 66TS
r.a Vi. PV."VT a ,'oar.J! PAl.VTLNt; or uiitux. lood .rtaa. haea
nnderstand wfa w. aradnat w. -nnV-ta .Ha V0"- "
aetaUly snske food than any ant school la I SHrS;LI;. rnof pau-hinc cuuer r-pmintn.
tha V. m. Bm I iin nia ii ataaa a penonal I leasj nusuirn man ivi.
tnTestiaatioa or writ tar oar FRZS boo I rAPK.RJIAN'iIN; and Uiuu. tint class snsra.
. I PnrH rraennabe. labor HOSO
aix'oz arrwi awt, irrinnv trnnni. : : .
!40 YJ-X Stb Pkm Kaat 3lo
SHIN,I.KRS Tben you want ahiniiins at
iwr-runf Wdlfl 208. mnrnincs.
Handrail of a a to- I CEMENT Vt ORR saUsfacuoa aursnvad.
SUM, esnsTaia-.4, STadiac,
tr TOU ara really tatcrasted in s better lob
asd more nay. wrtta for any FREE 72 rmxr.
uiostrated Boo af Vacta.
obua uwjuataaatias exoiaSMd. Pictures of
stadenu settlas practical- traiains. Tells 'how
you eaa eara rooas aad board while leantaac. etc.. dar or nwtract. East I Ml 4
rHs of Wonderful Los Aacdes rUnuta Shows - Ann. ..e. .w.ri. b iliT.
how aon ran Am Wk nil,. f i a , an I FLCMBlt. dona eery nawonabla By tba aoas
i w ' . " .17 I or by the Job. An to. 21S-S1.
to (400 a aaouta. becaasa of thai traiains. 1 CONCRETE pounnc or
send uus nooc rail to anyone interested. I meat wora. usu sen. i . arter l p. a.
Write i. A. RosenkraBS, Praaidant. K. A
aaa a- riaoeroa, los Anceiea.
West's FT! EST BUSINESS COLLEGE. En
roll any time for all - Busirjess Counea, incloa
rnc eotaptomeier. alrnocraxhr. bankina. bonk-
keepfna, N1HT SCHOOL $o a MONTH.
rrea Catalotroe. Addraas 4 th aear Starr so a.
rboao Msin t0.
POSITION FOk EACH GRADUATE
CAKP ENTER aaa oa&uactar. ebbus. urhlaS
in tbe tmiioins Ima. panoe Ksat
WAN'TElt Onspoola to di by contract; alaa
brvk for sie. can rxtnmnts a7 4.
Rolled cnmios a agnnshy. East 15S1.
I'UASTERlVii dnne, ntaia and ornsjaentaL
Umslea Tnminen r.ac -i1,', or aisx w.
HAKDVVOOIi fVion. by day or contract. Raf-
rrrnr Kj-t 8710
CARPENTER or smrerjman bare fsauly; coav-
der snyhmt tomlliwn 4S
l AlNTIMi. paprtianrri sad tintiric; ajao ra
pair wort full SA
PAINTING, untins and psperhansins.
work Call AIHAS1I-4J.
narwrhanciJK sod tintim; asa
ALISKT RUKi.. Sb AN1 MORKIROW
wuua. -UJ awai rm ... , . i I 1 . . l.
tha trade as a weeks; recess soane pay while I " ' r T' II, oni ' '
iiiaa ln,ia i 1 1 1 ,m, itf.i.i m a aa I am. I iu. ...
atea racelra stata iM. Write or call tor cata
locua. JS4 fctrrnnde st
ROCK I ktOUNTAUS TEACHERS AGENCT
BoroB free. Erank K. Wellea. forater saw,
Stata sapt.. star.. N W. Bank hkla A at. I1M1
learn Barber trade: wacea while
Oraswa Barber Colleaa. 2S3 lad
LEARN TELEG h A PHT ksnwsy Telersph In-
stitste. 4S4 Rajtway Ezehaacs bids Nicbt
SPEELMON At Caldwell. Idaho. Nor en ber 12
Jacob K. Bueetmon. aaed tS years. Funeral
semcea will be held at tha eoDserTatorr ebasel
oi to cast bide Tuneral oirectora tomorrow at
IS AO a. as. Interment at Mount Scott oaaso
tery. Friends inrited.
WANTED Ona man to leara Tulcanisin and
retreadinc 810 DiTistos L
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 10S
THIRD AT RATJKOS
ft. S. DUICWTJIQ, rajC
"Tha Psnuly Sata tha Priea.-
414 K. AJOar .
Itorrisoa St. ijxk.
Broadway 410 Aat. MML
EAST ELEVENTH A XD HAWTHORXB
PHOSE EAST TL
lfONTGOatEST AT lTTTH. kLani 9.
McENTRE A EILXRa. ruamd psnors with all
taw priTacy of a noeaa. lata and arsssu ata
Phooa Broadway Ills. Aat. SSl-ss.
klLLta A TRACK!
at T.1m C tn
k. T. BYRNES .J&f&SES
tai WHKibs sea. - wooolrwa 22S.
Corner Third aad Pay.
(S WUhaaas asw.
HELP WANTED MALE 201
BT MILLION DOLLAR CpMPANT
TO BH'OMK CITY SALESMAN. HAN
DLING STANDARD LINE OF NATION
ALLY ADVERTISED BANK. Office and
Faetiry Mrtcrov ArrlicatiT con fidential.
ALBERT T. HOPPE. 426 Pittock Bids.
FIRST CLASS BAKER wanted at once; moat
be ' cood bread and me maker and under
tend deeoratlnc; beat of references required.
Answer L-SS2, JoamaL
CEMENT work, ail kinds.
Ptrst caua only.
IF TOl want built in futures, cupboards,
etc.. rail Auto. n zi.
PAINTING and UnUDtT keaarr.abia rstas. Raf
errocea: work susraoteed. SW1. 102T.
POSITION AS MECHANIC LASZ
PAINTING and aalaotniaint.
TRITK banlmt wsnted; lumber, wood or erase
Room 1, 271 W Grand sts. East 291.
ALL ainds of hsjhm snd dehtanht lor S-ta
irnrl Autotnsnc &2S 44
Alt kinds. low pnees. CsU TaW 7S.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE 2S4
Al.IAKolMi srwu aid den-r. relauchea.
doll expert and arwiae lamp iwrssltrt. -wants
either borae work or contract- Main I St.
LACE fTHTAlN" HAND LAITTdEKED; 11
TEARS' EXPERIENCE. EAST lla.
ELI ERL V waul waou light housework. At-
deem Mn. M . S Hswtbome see., snratsirs.
BOKKElTPEnV STENOGRAPHER. 4 yra. es
nenence. mii'j portion. Mar. S. ns 18.
Competent bisfaway corartroctioa soperirrtend
enL Blast be experienced aad able to (ire the
best of Tufercweea. Write CX-177. Journal, fir
iac auallficaUoo and Mlary expected ia fust
WANTED Carpet lsyers in San Kranciara; e-
paneneed aanda only; permanent eapwracni
to soma aad at leant aix months' emptormaat
for all; tiajasportatioai refanded. Wae 47 49
per day. Apply C. I Maps. 43 Fifth St..
Pcrthmd. Or. " '
CARPENTER, nrst-claas snly. for taunla ftmah
aa hewat, WUI pay Si a day. Call Wednesday.
17 K. Std.
BIG MONET for hustler. Direct contract so.
hcains iocoaaa In raswa ta Mr. Hose.
Perkins hoai .
brick bafldias xl00, 1
tary. ksaf fcaaa.
HEafSTITCHING. any ouaur. and ecalioptac. aa
per yard. BuLLuoe. stall oraers roan
attention. Brins Uus adv.. it -fc worth l
with every order rT.r si. zn ansae pms
LTE1NG. clrentM. prtasma.
saottelrnc. reaa'as. altarattoaa. pkaatma. Taa
aoasble prieas. '' Cabaart t'lam eaatias par
lor. 4ii MTrrVe. near llth Mars 1st
THE GLAD SHOP Draaaaaakinc. eeeains sewae
a specaHy. ModersU pncas. lfrOl Broadway
bide Main St4 ,
SL81E BLCELEV .
With Paris Hat Shop. Knartrlabia. bsrttows,
pleatrns. T Alder at. Main 17. ,
JTREET dresses ssada U order. - WoHl
rosranteed. S34 Sth. PtMwv Marshall 22 tS.
DRESSMAKING by the day. satssfsctsoa- cm-
anteed. Tabor 1124
DRESSMAKING aaaa aacraboa aaatiy
7S Mirer) see, pen
txi'i.kikJ. El icsciiel auraa deua a "ErW
; cradaata T. w, li a- uiiaii sn
J. Ward, 12 E. 124 sc.