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THE MOKNIKG OREGO!NIA3nt WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1905..
CL E AN
IS THE MARK OF A. GOOD HOUSEKEEPER.
NO WOMAN, HOWEVER, WANTS TO LIVE IN
HER KITCBDBN, OR TO BREAK HER BACK
TRYING- TO KEEP IT CLEAN.
COVER THE FLOOR WITH LINOLEUM,
AND TOU CUT THE KITCHEN WORK IN TWO.
OUR BIG STOCK OF LINOLEUMS AND OIL
CLOTHS WILL MAKE SELECTION EASY.
PRICES RANGE FROM 40e TO $1.75 PER
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE '
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD STREET
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. Wilson at salesroom. 160 1st St., at
10 A. II. J. T. Wilson, Auctioneer.
WASHINGTON" CHAPTER. NO. IS. R. A.
Regular- convocation this (Wednesday)
evening, April 12, 1003, at 8 o'clock. Masonic
Hall, Burkhard bid sr. Mark Master degree.
Y.Ultors welcome. By order E. H. P.
E. E. SHARON. Secretary.
RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS' ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting today (Wednesday).
April 12. Eagles' Hall, cor. 2d and Yamhill
sts.. at 2 o'clock P. M. By order of
JNO. B. KELLY. President.
LOUIS DAMMASCH. Secretary.
PORTLAND AIRIE, NO. 4, F. O. EAGLES.
All brother Eagles are requested to attend
the funeral of our late brother, Tom Williams,
at 10 o'clock A. M., Wednesday, April 12.
Holman's Chapel, cor. Sd and Salmon sts.
LOUIS DAMMASCH. W. Secretary.
S. C. SPENCER, W. President.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER, NO. 54,
O. E. S. Stated communication this
(Wednesday) evening S o'clock. De
grees. By order W. M.
KATE M. STEADMAN, Sec
ORIENT LODGE, NO. 17. L O. O. F. Reg
ular meeting this (Wednesday) evening 1n
Orient Hall, East Portland. Initiator' de
gree. .Visitors Invited.
W. A, WHEELER. Secretary.
GEORGE WRIGHT POST AND CORPS,
G. A. 11., are invited to housewarming at
Mrs. Fferdners, Overton street, between
Twenty-second and Twenty-third, 'this
(Wednesday) evening. Take refreshments.
HELEN N. PACKARD. President.
MARY E. CHAMBERLAIN, Secretary.
SUTHERLAND At his late residence. Pe
ninsula Station. April 11. 1005, Robert A.
Sutherland, aged S2 years, 1 months and
22 days. Funeral notice hereafter.
WHiLIAMS In this city, on April 10, 1905.
at his late residence, room 300 Goodnough
bldg.. Tom Williams, aged 60 years 2 months
7 days. Funeral today (Wednesday), April
12. 1905, at 10 A. M.. from Holman's Chapel,
cor. 3d and Salmon sts. Friends respectfully
Invited to attend.
BRADLEY At Portland, April 10, 1905.
Nettle G radon Bradley, aged IS years, 5
months and 1 day. Funeral services will
be held at the family home in Oregon City
at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, April
12. 1005. Rev. P. K. Hammond, of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, officiating.
MADELBY Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services of the late Charles H. Madeley,
which will be held at the First Presbyterian
Church, cor. 12th and Alder sts., at 2 P. M.
today. Interment River View Cemetery.
M'KINNEY In this city,prtl 10, 1905. Edna
May. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. lie
Kinney, aped 11 months. Funeral will take
place Wednesday at 2 o'clock, S3S Rodney
IBRADLEY The funeral of the late NetUe
Gradon Bradley will be held at the family
resldenoe In Oregon City Wednesday. April
12th, at 2 P. M.
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILBAUGH,
sncoessors to Dunning & Campion, under
takers and embalm erS, modern In every de
tail, 7th. and. Pine. Phono Main 439. Lady
EDWARD HOLM AN CO., Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing, Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 697.
J. V. UNLET. SON. Funeral Directors,
oor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYBNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Embalm ers, 273 Bus 'I; East 1088; lady as't.
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"New Today," 80 cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. 50
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dressed care The Oregonian, and left at M
office, should always be Inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through the
Best creamery ....50c
Good creamer' .....45c
Dairy butter 35c and 40c
Eggs. 2 dozen 35C
Best sugar-cured ham isc
Picnic and cottage ham.. ioc
Remember Saturday is chicken day.
Chickens. lGe and 17c pound.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY. 204 Yamhill.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, City and Farm
insurance in Ail Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
202-3 McKay bide, Third .and Stark.
pjy jili. Chamber jot Commerce,.
TONIGHT, ALL WEEK. MAT. SATURDAY,
The New Columbia Stock Company,
In the powerful play,
"WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN."
Evening, 50c, 35e, 25c, 15c Matinee, 25c,
15c. 10c Downtown box office open all day,
Dolly Varden candy shop; Main 110. Evening
at theater; Main 311.
NEXT WEEK "DORA THORNE."
FMPIPP G"- I" Baker,
I-ITII lfE Resident Manager.
MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2:15 P. M.
One Show Every Night at 8:15 P. M.
All This Week the Sensational Melodrama,
"The TIcket-of-Leave Man"
An Excellent Stock. Special Scenery.
Here at Last! The Real Shenks!
HAND AND BYRON.
GEO. W. LESLIE.
MOKAX AND WILSON.
Admission 10c. few seats reserved In front
20c, box seats 23c.
STAR THEATER PARK
1 1 -. WASHINGTON.
PERLE AND DIAMANT
Singers and Dancers from Paris.
First Western Appearance.
ED ZOYARRAS AMETA
JONES AND ROBINSON
And Five Other Great Acts.
SHOWS 2:30, 7:30. 9 P. M.
ADMISSION 10c TO ANY SEAT.
Third and Yamhill sts.. Keating & Flood.
Managers. Largest Vaudeville Theater
in America. The New Bill:
IfUGLE BROTHERS. THE ALLYNS
STANLEY AND AILEEN. .
TONN AND LEMAR.
JEAN WILSON. DEAGOUS TRIO.
' , . BIOGRAPH.
Admission 10c to any scat. Shows at 2:20.
7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and get
off at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
. of); magnificent view in America. See
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open i) A. M. to 9 P. M.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS.
Eighteen new houses now under
construction others to be com
menced in a few days. Twenty-two
lots sold last week. Everyone who
contemplates owning a home should
visit Holladay Park Addition. Con
crete sidewalks, fine parking system,
sewers, gas and electric light. Holla
day Park Addition is only 30 minutes
walk from the Chamber of Commerce.
Lots $500 to $900 each.
The Title Guarantee &
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce.
A Good Tolnt. Well Taken.
Where One Man
Through hazardous speculation a hundred get
"Where one man stays poor through the slow
methods of saving a hundred get rich.
The wise man chcose9 the better part and
places hie money in
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY' 1N
That pays 3 per cent Interest on savings ac
counts and issues interest-bearing certificates
of deposit that pay from 3 to 4 per cent in
terest, and can be drawn at any time by glv-'
Ing a -certain number of days' notice.
Write today for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
100 Third Street.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEB PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
STORES FOR RENT
On Washington st., desirable location. Ap-
FREE LAND IN OREGON
Under the "Carey Irrigation Act." Deed
direct from Btate. WRITE OR CALL
TODAY. Booklets and map free. B. S. Cook
Co.. 51 Alder street. Portland. Or.
Oa Portland res! catata at lowest rata.
Titles lasurad. Abstracts fursJshad.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
South of Morrison Street
SQRnn On Market st.. near Sixth, good 7
ipouuu n0U9e fractional lot.
SJftftO n Montgomery St., near Park St..
PUUUU g.room house. 50-foot front. ,
CfiftflfiCorner. fractional, on Seventh, with
33fHk n Hall st, near West Park, 7
?lOUU room house, lot 35x100 feet.
COnf) Corner. 50x70, with 10-room house.
VOOOV 3 blocks Irom CUy HaU
Room 444 Sherlock bldg., S3, Third t.
Alblna Avenue, Near Russell
C X n f cash, balance easy terms, house and
JJJ Jot; be6t huy in that district; price
51600. F. BRESKE, room 444 Sherlock bldg.,
83 la Third st.
Choice Corner Lot
Corner. 50x100. on Sixteenth and
.fin.l Pettygrove sts.; 5-room house on
v " . Inside 30 feet; corner. 50x70 feet,
vacant; a good business location. F. BRESKE,
room 444. Sherlock bldg., 83 Third St.
Near the Steel Bridge
Q91 ft Corner, with 5-room house, two
blocks from the steel bridge; a
vacant fractional lot in same block for $750.
These are the best buys in that section.
Room 444, Sherlock bldg.. 83 Third st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
HOUSE AND 2 LOTS FOR NOTHING.
10 lots at $1100 $11,000
House, barn and improvements 2.800
Total value $13,800
Our price 8,800
Net profit to purchaser $ 5,000
The above property comprises 10 lots, al
most level, on which are a 6-roomed house,
new barn, assortment of fruit trees, bearing,
and an evergreen park; It Ii situated on car
line and commands a magnificent view that
can never be obstructed. It is increasing In
value rapidly and could not now be dupli
cated for our value ($13,800). but we are sell
ing out of real estate and will sacrifice it for
$8800, not necessarily all cash.
AMERICA 57 INVESTMENT CO.,
222 Falling Bldg.
$4150 WILL BUY A MOST BEAUTIFUL,
new, modern 7-room residence, with full lot,
between 10th and West Park. This cannot
be duplicated In all Portland.
$3500, or $500 down, buys lovely 8-room
house and four lots, all kinds of fruit. West
ave.. Mount Tabor.
S1GO0 Very nice 5-room cottage, improved
street, bath, hot .and cold water; Sunnyslde.
$4000 Fine place of 6 acres at Mount Ta
bor, all in cultivation; fine orchard, good
7-room house, barn, beat of soil, no gravel.
H. H. STAUB, 245 Morrison.
Phone Red 2971.
FOR SALE NEW 6 AND 3-ROOM HOUSE;
bath, stationary washetand. concrete base
ment, gas and electric lights, furnace, house
tinted, pass pantry, large bedrooms, with
closets In each, wood elevator, stationary
wasbtubs in basement; on Union-avenue car
line, flve-minut service, near good school,
lawn, ctreeta improved; houses now open for
inspection; cash or installments. Inquire
owner, H. B. Stemler, 122 3d st.. or at res
idence. C52 Union av. North, on block
south of houses.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage; choice acre tract for
homes, within the city limits or outside:
terms to suit. A. C Churchill Co., 110
FOR SALE NEW EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
full basement with concrete floor, porce
lain plumbing, washtubs, gas and electric
ity, furnace, walls tinted, hardwood floors;
cash or Installments; West Side. O. M.
Smith, owner. 730 Chamber of Commerce.
ONE 7-YEAR-OLD HORSE. 1200. WORK
double or single; one candy showcase; 6
feet 2 inches long, 20 Inches deep, 3C Inches
high. One large ice box, 5 feet wide, 3
feet deep. 6 feet high; 15 tin tea cans; IS
eoffee bins, lead lined. 134 1st.
8 W MODERN HOMES. ALL COMPLETE,
5 to 8 rooms; take your choice and make
offer; your own terms or discount for
cash, or cash. Joe Nash, owner; office res
idence Nashville Addition; take Mt. Scott
car. Phone Union 1561.
CROOK COUNTY LANDS-5 CONTRACTS
payable monthly, 1C0 acres each, of the
Columbia Southern Irrigation Company.
Deschutes. Crook County. Oregon; will sell
in amounts to suit. Grlndstaff & Schalk.
240 Stark st.
FOR SALE NEW 5 AND NEW 4-ROOM
luiusse, esi oiae; acres, all or part,
city; 2 lots, Sellwood line; 2 lots. Holladay's
7 lots, S. Portland. Cash or installments
G. W. Watt, owner, 410 McKay bldg. Phone
FOR SALE BY OWNER-MODERN 6-ROOM
house. 8-foot basement, cement floor, corner
50x100; will rent for $30 per month, easy
terms; price $2100. See same at 134 East
21st st.. North.
SIGHTLY CORNER. EAST 0TH AND EV
erett; whole, or fractional; will trade for
house of six or seven rooms and pay dif
ference. Owner. CO E. 8th. North.
10-room modern house and full lot, 349 2Jth
St., near Savier; $C000; easy terms. For full
particulars phone Main 310.
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE (NEVER BEEN oc
cupied) in Holladay's Add., near both car
. lines, for sale cheap; must raise money at
once. C 14. Oregonian.
FOR SALE-5 ACRES ON CANNON ROAD,
three miles out; fine place to build a home;
garden and orchard; selling cheap. ApdIv
2S7 Morrison at. vy i
FOR SALE TOWN LOTS IN TOPPENISH
Wash.. 10 miles east of Yakima, on N. P
R. R.; no agent; told by owner, Josephine
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Barralns on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lenta. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 3c
SEVERAL CHOICE RESIDENCES, WITH
lawns, fruit trees, flowers, .etc.. $1000 to
$3000. Townsend. Prigga & Co.. 289 Alder st.
FOR SALE NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
good location; $1400, cash or Installments!
O. M. Smith. 730 Chamber of Commerce.
NEW MODERN COTTAGE. 6 ROOMS 12
blocks east of Morrison bridge, $2450; easy
terms. Kroner. 165 H 3d at., room B.
$2650 MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
mitao lui. nuii Htm, crfti aiae, close in.
Miller, 303 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS.
315 & st. Prlc low. Owner. Mm. W. A.
Daly. 259 13th st.
TOWNSEND, DRIGGS & CO.. REAL ESTATE.
. " fib.,
4 th and 5th.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE, 6 MILKS FROM
fcicrnson ac onaga. w. jx. iiailara. Mil.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS; MOST SIGHTLY,
urauiuui uiui-k; jJrite lv,WU. Zi z, Ure-
CHEAP-ONE OR TWO SIGHTLY COTTAGES
car lines. &m ti. inn st. owner at place.
$50002 COTTAGES, 5 AND 6 ROOMS. Cor.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, $2u00
io iu.wu; also Dusicess properties. S5000 to
$20,000. Have buyer. L. W. Whiting 4: Co
408 Ablagton bldg.
WANTED Full or fractional lot: West Side;
uirau iu, lur uisii. ij, uregonian.
EXCHANGE AN 8-ROOM HOUSE. BARN
ana iu lots, on jaount scott electric line,
to exchange for 60 or SO acres good land
on car line, within 8 miles of the city.
Call 309 McKay bldg.
TO EXCHANGE 12S0 ACRES OF FINE
grazing iana, l jnue froni Fasly, population
300. Lake County. Oregon; $1.75 per acre. S.
P. Eggen. 253 Cedar ave.. Minneapolis. Minn.
SO ACRES GOOD TIMBER LAND 4 MILES
irom city oi uauaa and 1 of wagon road;
sell or exchange for Portland property. Call
or address 918 East Taylor St., Portland, Or,
SECOND-HAND TALKING ItACHLNES OF
ait manes yoougni, soia and exchanged:
bargains In second-hand machines and rec
ords. 190 3d st.
320 ACRES FINE TIMBER NEAR PORT-
land to ATf-h s rum for Portia nrt nmn. 'v
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
120 acres with 20 under plowt S acres
hay land, balance covered more or less
with brush and timber; land lays nicely;
soil rich; live water; 4-roora house, large
barn; one-half acre orchard; in good com
munity: close to school and onlv 3 miles
from town on N. P. Ry. and Columbia.
River. Price $300. with one-half down.
oaiancc on time.
80 acres with 26 acres under Plow, bal
ance covered with brush and timber; land
lays exceptionally good with rich soli; live
water; family orchard: rood 5-room house.
large barn; with this place goes 4 head
oi cattle, all larming implements, lnclud'
lng new mower, hay rake, plows, steel har
rows and hay press; close to school, in
good community. 4 miles from town on the
N. P. Ry. and Columbia, River. Price
$2150, with one-half down, balance on easy
1MUS & WILLOUGHBY, Kalama, Wash
40 ACRES. 23 UXDER CUI.TIVATTOV. U
mllea. south ot Portland, 1 span horses, 2
kooo wagons, ugnt ana neavy. good milch
cow, all kinds farm implements, cherry or
chard. 100 trees, ground cannot be beat;
com and see; price $3250.
I have 10 acres improved, adjoining, which
can go with the 40 if wanted at a reduced
ngure; nouses and barns on the 40. Address
B 11. care Oregonian.
A 525-AfTRK VAPf 1 AA TXT PTtrrnripmv
large house, outbuildings and orchard. 3
irom siauon. in Willamette Valley,
4 acres In hops, from which $18,000 worth
have been sold last 3 years; a lot of pole
oak; price only $15 per acre; also a good
plant for making vitrified paving brick,
absolutely spore proof; this is worth in
vestigating. T. Withycombe, room 8. Ham
ilton block, Portland, Or.
40 ACRES. WELL IMPROVED. 6 MILES
from Kalama; 30 acres In cultivation, bal
ance PfLKllv ,1Anfv4 mwl . V. n K I
house, barn and outbuildings, 27 cows. 2
w cnicKcns. new wagon. Harness,
ifrS machinery and household goods; price
$1050; alto 76 farms, small or large tracts;
reasonable terms. Kalama Land & Invest
ment Co., Kalama, Wash.
AN IDEAL HOME: 150 ACRES ON THE
Columbia River; 75 acres under cultiva
tion, balance can be cultivated; soil very
fertile and productive; large 0-room house,
warehouse 74x120; Government light pay
ing $10 month; boats land day or night;
$7000; Cowlitz Co. Land Co., Kelso, Wash.
FOR SALE 74 ACRES OF TIMBERLAND
on tidewater of Shoal Water Bay, Pacific
County. Washington; timber, spruce and
hemlock: will sell cheap if taken at once.
Address N 31. Oregonian.
FOR SALE 220 ACRES. GOOD FOR GRAIN
hay. hops or dairy: "best farm in Willam
ette Valley; got hurt In a runaway. Fur
ther particulars. C G. Jamleson, Jefferson.
160 ACRES. 1 MILES FROM KALAMA. 25
in cultivation, balance good timber; 6-room
house, barn and outbuildings; soli good;
title clear; $4500. C. J. Lee, Kalama,
147 ACRES. 4H Mn.ES FROM RAILROAD.
100 acres under cultivation. 10 acres in
haps; this is a bargain; must be sold in
10 days. Berry & Alexander, 4 North 6th.
FREE GOVERNMENT LAND OPEN FOR
settlement: level valley land; sofl and water
first-class; no ptonc or timber. 66 Labbo
bldg.. 2d and Washington.
$6.50 per acre. 160 acres, near Cape Horn.
Wash., on Washougal River. Inquire 6S5
160 ACRES LEVEL. RICH. IRRIGABLE
land, 7 miles from town; Malheur County;
near river; $3.50 per acre. II 10, Oregonian.
ICO ACRES NEAR FOREST GROVE; 71
acres near Oregon City, very cheap. Shoe
Store, 270 Washington st.
BUY FARMS DHIECT FROM FARMERS;
large or small. Call Joseph Parker, 03 3d
st. N.; saloon.
IMPROVED FARMS AND APPLE LANDS.
R. L. Cate & Co.. 113 2d st.
WANTED TO BUY FARMS
WANTED TO BUY SO TO 100 ACRES OF
land or farm, not too hard clearing, In high
altitude; will pay cash. P 23, Oregonian.
WANTED TO LEASE.
TO LEASE-LOT 50x100 FEET NEAR LEWIS
and Clark Fair grounds. L 23, Oregonian.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES FIRST-CLASS
spruce and cedar, townehlp 28-10-10, Pacific
County, Washington, one mile from tidewa
ter. Address K Johnson, Astoria, Or.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on the market.
We handle all kinds public land practice.
Collins Land Co., Concord bldg.
FOREST RESERVE, SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land ecrip on band ready to
locate. Maginnls & Son. 22.' Failing bldg.
Homes, Vehicles and Harness.
ONE 7-YEAR-CLD HORSE. 1200, WOItK
double or single; one candy showcase, 6 feet
2 inches long, 26 Inches deep. 36 Inches high.
One large Ice box, 5 feet wide. 3 feet deep. C
feet high; 15 tin tea cans; 18 coffee bins,
lead lined. 154 let.
FOR SALE TWO TEAMS DRAUGHT
horses, weight 2600 and 2S0O; five sets heavy
harness. Columbia Stable, cor. Front and
Columbia sts., J. J. Cusack.
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles bought, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall; 264 4th. Phcne Main 2205.
NICE CITY-BROKE BROWN HORSE. GOOD
weight and size, fine traveler. 503 Mar
quam. Main 2210.
15 HORSES BY W. E. JACOBS. ONE STAL
llon. 1050 pounds. 134 B. 34tb 6t. Phone
FOR SALE GOOD DRIVING AND RIDING
horse, weight 800; well broke. Phone Main
WANTED 1 BLACK HORSE, ABOUT 1150
pounds; 1 work horse. 1400. 228 Sherlock
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on roast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
NEW $400 PIANO. $185; 6 MONTHS LES
sons free; Fischer $75. 241 1st. cor Main.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND Bil
liard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Co!-lender.
40 3d at.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterite; It rolls. asy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or shingles; beet for new roofs.
Elaterite Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
DAIRY COWS FOR SALE A FEW UNREO
lstered, pure-bred Jerseys; fresh in fall; now
giving good flow; your choice at $50 per
head. A. L. Parkhurst. Rldgefleld, Wash.
FOR SALE WATER POWER. ONE MILE'
from Washougal. on north bank of Columbia
River; also good farm. D. H. Gary, Wash
FOR SALE A NO. 6 REMINGTON TYPE
writer for sale at a sacrifice; In use about
6 weeks. Address J 23. Oregonian.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. .CALL 324
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2363.
FOR SALE COCKE R SPANIEL PUPS:
cheap. Phone Main 1152.
HELP WANTED MALE.
PLUMBER'S HELPER WANTED; ONE
with some experience preferred. Call 402
WANTED A GOOD ARCHITECTURAL
draughtsman. James Jacobberger, COS Mc
OLD MAN WANTED TO DO JANITOR
work. Robse's Park, and boy to work, bowl
WANTED MEN TO CLEAR LAND AT ST.
Johns. Apply to Davidson & Schauff, St.
RELIABLE ODDFELLOWS' IN GOOD STAND
Ing; hustlers only. Call room S, 2S8 Wash
ington. FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. -CITY. CO UN
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT
once; references .required. 232 Stark st.
WANTED MAN FOR KITCHEN WORK;
must be competent. 53 N. ISth st.
DRIVER. YOUNG MAN FAMILIAR WITH
city. 344 Washington, 11 A. M.
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD CLOTHING.'
shoes. SO 3d. Phone Hood 1862.
WANTED A SHOEMAKER FOR CU8
tom repairing. 532 Savier st.
MAN TO SPADE UP YARD. 404 COLUM
bla, befoxQ & A
HELP WANTED MALE.
BUSINESS MEN'S CLEARING HOUSE.
Positions Secured for .
Bookkeepers. Railroad clerks.
Stenographers. Hotel clerks.
Office managers. Shipping clerks.
Cashiers. Bill clerka.
Accountants. Entry clerks.
Office .men. Assistant bookkeepers.
salesmen. General office clerks.
Grocery clerks. Clerks deptmt. stores.
General clerical, technical, commercial men.
Apply BUSINESS MEN'S CLEARING HOUSE.-
504-303 McKay Bldg.. 102 3d at.. Portland.
WANTED ENERGETIC MEN, EACH
county, to post signs, advertise and dis
tribute samples. ' Salary $15 weekly and
expenses. Honesty and a disposition to
earn salary more essential than experi
ence. G. A. Parken 720 Chestnut st.,
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED,
unmarried men. between ages of 18 and 35,
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sts., Port
SAWMILL ENGINEER, $2.50; BUCKBRS.
$2.50; quarry laborers, $2.25; Italians for
Teams, $5 a day.
2 house painters; others.
HANSEN'S OFFICE. 26 N. 2D ST.
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO LEARN
watchmaking, engraving. Jewelers" work.
Only practical working school for Jewel
ers. Money made learning. Seattle
Watchmaking & Engraving School. P.-L
WANTED HIGH-GRADE TRAVELING
salesman for strong special line; must be a
persistent, energetic worker, able to pro
duce results and earn $3600 and expenses.
Address Wholesale, Box 155, Rock Island,
BOOKKEEPERS, STENOGRAPHERS AND
salesmen, see us for that position you want.
Some of our many openings will suit you.
Portland Commercial Bureau, 722 Chamber
WANTED IMMEDIATELY INTELLIGENT
man for permanent, gentlemanly position;
remuneration $100 per month; must invest
about $350; fully secured. Apply personally,
104 1st si.
WANTED 1000 R. R. MEN. NEW WORK.
100 other Jobs; name your work and we
have it; also station work. Canadian Em
ployment Co.. 240 Burnside st. Phone Main
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; complete course in 8 weeks; expert in
structions; positions guaranteed; for terms
write Glllraan College, 627 Clay, San Fran.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., Schools of
Practical Plumbing, 4073-75 Easton ave., St.
Louis. Mo.; 107-0 W. .3d St., Cincinnati, O.
ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN (SINGLE) TO
travel and learn good paying business, who
can leave town immediately. Call 10 A. M.
to 4 P. M.. room 7, 413'3 Washington.
FIVE TEAMS TO HAUL LUMBER. PLANER
feeders, tallymen, mill, and yardmen, $2 up;
25 woodsmen, $2.25 to $3.50; others. Lum
bermen's Labor Bureau, 2054 Morrison.
OFFICE BOY TO LEARN HARDWARE
business; must be a good writer and speller:
wages SS a week at start. Address, stating
age and references, R 23, Oregonian.
TO SOLICITORS AND AGENTS WE HAVE
absolutely the best offers ever put In the
field for canvassers. Sunset Magazine. 733
Mission St.. San Francisco. CaL
MILKER: BOYS (FARM. RESTAURANT),
dishwasher (furnace), confectionery, wait
ress, domestic (Wasco), cook (Condon).
Drake's.' 205 Vt Washington.
WANTEDj A GENTLEMAN TO INVEST
$1000 to $2000, with services. In good, clean
enterprise; money secure and will double in
6 months. S 23, Oregonian.
SOLICITOR FOR SUBSCRIPTION BOOK
work; high-claa proposition; good pay,
steady work; state experience; give phone
number. D 22, Oregonian.
STENOGRAPHER; YOUNG MAN ACQUAINT
ed with iron and steel or heavy hardware
preferred; state references, age, salary, ex
perience, A 24, Oregonian. a
DO YOU WORK AT PORTLAND WORLD'S
Fair? Amateur actors, singers; musicians,
easy work, big salary. Newman's Theatrical
Circuit. 351V& Morrison.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness: good pay to good men. Call or write,
607 McKay bldg.
WANTED STRONG BOY FOR STOREROOM,
about IS years old; salary $25 per month and
board; no cigarette smoker need apply. C 14,
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE BUSI
nesa; paid while learning. Barrett, room
S01 Alisky bldg.. 3d and Morrison. Open
WANTED A YOUNG MAN IN A CLERICAL
position, salary $100 per month; must invest
$1000, money secured. K 12. care Orego
nian. WANTED COMPETENT MAN STENO
grapher; state experience and references.
Wind River Lumber Co., Cascade Locks, Or.
LOGGERS. MILLHANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, other work. Sea us. U. S. Em
ployment Co., 103 Morrison. Main 1322.
WANTED ENERGETIC MAN OF FAIR ED
ucation and some business ability to take
charge cattle ranch. -O 23, Oregonian.
BRIGHT YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS SECRE
tary. by large corporation; salary $73 month;
must Invest $500. O 22, Oregonian.
MAN WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE OF CAR
penter work, with tools, to build an addition
to barn. 347 Washington st.
WANTED WINDOW TRIMMER LIMITED
experience, $50 month. Clerks' Registra
tion Bureau, 2C5 Morrison st.
WANTED Al MILL BENCH HANDS;
wages $3.50 per S-hour day. Palo Alto
Planing Mills. Palo Alto. Cal.
GOOD JOB PRINTER WANTED; MUST BE
sober, reliable. Address Times, Jackson
ville, Or., stating wages, etc.
MAN. OFFICE WORK; SALARY $75 AND
commission: must Invest $100; money se
cured. R 21. Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING SALESMAN:
must be a hustler; salary $25 week. 722
Chamber of Commerce.
BARBERS, ATTENTION FINE 3-CIIAIK
shop for sale, low rent, good location. R 12,
YOUNG MAN-WITH $80 FOR GOOD Busi
ness, attend office, ship goods. E 18. Ore
gonian. GOOD JAPANESE BOY TO WASH DISHfcS
and do chores around a house. Call 251 1st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PAPERHANGERS.
can A. A. cnurcn a co.. -eu uayior st.
FARMHAND MAN TO WORK ON FARM.
inquire 33 ADtngton mag.
DR. WALKER, 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases ot men.
WANTED A SHOEMAKER FOR CUSTOM
repairing. 23 N. 2d.
WANTED A WELLDIGGER.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED LADY OF EDUCATION AND
refinement as working housekeeper, by middle-aged
widower, without incumbrance;
duties light; no farm work; railway sta
tion and pootofflce adjacent. K 13, Orego
nian. WANTED LADIES AND GIRLS TO ASSIST
in a new line of fancy work; $10 per week;
experience unnecessary: work can be taken
home. Call at office. 2682 Morrison St., the
Cosmos, room 5.
THE VIENNA STEAM CLEANING AND
dyeing works wants a good experienced
man in steaming, cleaning and dyeing; we
need good presser. 226 3d.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors. 22oH
Morrison. Main 1323.
CHAMBERMAID (FOREIGNER) $20,
cooks, city, Condon. Camas, bridge gang
$30; waitresses, domestics. Drake. .205
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRESEN-
tatlves in Portland and throughout the state;
we pay good money. Call or write 607 Mc
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRESEN-
uuvu in roniiau ana larougnout ine stater
we par good money. Call or writ 007 Mc
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS.
waiters. cnamDermaias. general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
LESSONS IN ALL BRANCHES OF STAGE
work, 75c; and secure you positions at Fair.
Newman's School of Acting. 351 Morrison.
WANTED NURSE GIRL TO CARE FOR
neauny cnua; cnaractcr rererences requirco.
2S CUIXon. near 7th. Phone Mala WIG.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
GIRL TO ASSIST .IN HOUSEWORK: SMALL
family, good home. Inquire 584 East Main
A NEAT. TIDY GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework In a small family. Phone East
2655. Call 080 Tillamook C. Irvlngton.
WANTED BY INSTITUTE. EXPERI
enccd woman, night nurse; girl, day nurse.
230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
WANTED A COMPETENT NURSE OR
mother's helper to go out of the- city; also
second girl. Inquire 742 Overton.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good place and good wages for right
party. At 710 East Taylor si.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES GIRLS
In laces and veiling. Clerks' Registration
Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
GIRLS TO SEW IN OUR ALTERATION
room. Call between 0 A. M. and 12 M.
The Sllverfleld Co.
LADY TO FILL PERMANENT POSITION:
salary $12 per week"; references required.
Q 23. Oregonian.
GOOD ALTERATION HANDS ON SUITS
and coats wanted. Call between 0 and 12.
The Sllverfleld Co.
EXPERIENCED BUTTONHOLE MAKER
' wanted. Jacobs Shirt Co.. Hamilton bldg.,
131 3d st.
W ANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages; references. 714
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
cooking and general housework. 154 N.
WANTED GIRLS FOR FACTORY: PLEAS
ant work. Secretary. 43 2d. rooms 2 and 3.
WANTED A NEAT GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework. 515 20th St.. Portland Heights.
WANTED SEC YOUNG LADIES FOR IL
lusion show. Inquire Blitz. 208 Morrison st.
WANTED WAIST AND SKIRT MAKERS.
Portland Cloak & Suit Co.. 3S6 Washington.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR SECOND
work. Apply from 10 to 12, 0 N. 10th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK. TWO IN
family. Apply in morning, 812 Johnson st.
WANTED SKIRT AND SHIRTWAIST FIN
lahers. 1069 Vaughn st. Phone Main 3S32.
WANTED LADIES TO TEACH. APPLY
at 143 1st st., from 7:30 to 0:30 P. M.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL OR
woman as nurse for child. 253 21st N.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR SEC
ond work. Apply morning. 341 11th.
LADY TO ASSIST IN TAILORING. APPLY
231 Alder st., between 1st and 2d.
WANTED MILLINERY MAKERS AT All
ien, King & Co.. 346 Washington st.
A CAPABLE WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK
by the day. Call 331 Salmon st.
COMPETENT GIRL WANTED FOR GEN
eral housework. 101 N. 24th st.
WAIST HANDS. SKIRT HANDS AND Ap
prentices. 420 Morrison st.
WANTED NEAT YOUNG GIRL FOR
housework. 667 Overton.
manicure. 160 5th st.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
work. 320 Park st.
WANTED GOOD SEWING GIRLS AT 175
17th. cor. Yamhill.
WANTED A GOOD SECOND GIRL. MRS.
Snow, 184 N. 20th.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, TYPE
writlng. arithmetic. English, spelling, by
experienced teacher and office man; pre
pares young people for Civil Service exam
inations; day and night. S 21. Oregonian.
IF YOU AVANT A MONEYMAKER. JUST
out, write The Oregon Cbystalized Photo &
Ploturo Co.. 43 2d St., Portland. Or.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
BookKrcper and Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EASTERN
young man, 23 years of age, as cashier,
bookkeeper or clerical work; several years"
experience above positions with large cor
poration; finest references: am looking for
hard work. D 23, Oregonian.
POSITION WANTED. TEMPORARY OR
part time, by young man, bookkeeper, audi
tor or any office work; very accurate ngurer.
competent and reliable; also first-class sales,
man; experienced In stationery. Jewelry and
drugs. X 22. Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN NOT AFRAID OF WORK,
understands the hardware business, office
work, can do painting. Is willing to do
anything. Phone Main 3247. Ask for C. S.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN AS
traveling salesman or in store: have 8 years'
experience in gun store; A No. 1 reference;
speaks four languages. V 22, Oregonian.)
WANTED BY YOUNG LAWYER FROM
New Hampshire, work In law office where he
may use the statute books until October. H.
Ladd, 2S7 Grant st.
YOUNG AD-WRITER DESIRES POSITION;
can furnish references; ad-writer or aesistant.
Albert . Distelhorst. Dorchester, . Wis.
BY COMPETENT MALE STENOGRAPHER
and clerk, ten years' experience railroad and
commercial lines. X 23, Oregonian.
GOOD SIDE LINE, BY SALESMAN COVER
ing Oregon and California; Portland office
references. 402 Mohawk bldg.
WANTED BY A COMPETENT ACCOUNT
ant, a small set of books to keep at owner's
convenience. K 22, Oregonian.
WINDOW TRIMMER AND SALESMAN IN
men's wear; in city or out. T 23. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
German bartender. 60 N. 3d.
WANTED POSITION AS SCALER: Ex
perienced; good references: also familiar
with books. G 24, Oregonian.
MAN AND WIFE. OR MAN ALONE, YEAR'S
experience, desires position as cook, hotel;
city or country. 241 6th st.
JAPANESE WISHES SITUATION TO DO
cooking In family or housework Jn any
place. F 21. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN. OF 20;
some experience at firing and shop work.
T 22, Oregonian.
WANTED BY JAPANESE BOY, COOKING
and housework. T 12, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOUNG LADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES
position In candy store. A 23. Oregonian.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER; WILL
work for practice. B 23. Oregonian.
LADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES POSITION
as cashier. C 23. Oregonian.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS OF-
flee girl. E 23. Oregonian.
Plain Shirtwaists 75c.
Shirtwaist suits made to order.
Children's clothing a specialty.
Phone Main 3247.
A MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW OF RBFINE
ment would like a position as housekeeper
in a refined and well-to-do widower's family;
please write, giving name and address. Mrs.
Nettlo W. Newton, Portland. Or.
REFINED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN DESIRES
situation at light housework In homelike
family. X 23. Oregonian.
HOUSEKEEPING BY MIDDLE-AGED Wo
man for lady employed during the day. Y
COMPETENT SWEDISH GIRL WANTS Po
sition as second girl or waitress In first
class private boardlng-houee. Call for Miss
Johnson. Phone Main 1375.
WANTED BY LADY WITH 8 YEARS' Ex
perience, demonstrator or solicitor on road
with good firm. H 21. Oregonian.
COMPETENT CHAMBERMAID WISHES Po
sition, limit 25 rooms, rooms home. S. I. N.,
83 N. 8th.
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO WORK
mornings for board and room. V 10. Ore
gonian. GERMAN WOMAN WISHES TO DO HOUSE-,
cleaning or washing. Mrs. Wels, 422 1st.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY OR WBBK.
Room 27, 223 Market. Phone Hood 276.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED AND FAX
cy Ironing. Telephone Main 37.10.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATIONS WANTED STRONG. CAPA-
ble woman, dishwasher, good woman. V
housekeeper, girl 3; chambermaids, wait
resses, houseworkers. nurses. 230 Yam
hill. Phone Black 2SSI.
WOMAN WANTS WASHING AND IRONING
by the day. 427 Front.
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED TO SKI. I.
lots on commission, in one of the choice:
suburbs of Portland. Address P. O. Box
EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS FOR PHOTOS
and portraits; big money. SOI Dekum bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 213 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
Close in, can be booked now with H. C.
Rowers. Portland Hotel, or The Lwis &
Clark Hotel Co.. 133 6th st.. Oregoskm bid?
The Lewis & Clark Hotel Co. is the only
rooming company that I am interested in.
H. C. BOWERS.
la all parts of the city.
Apply 202 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6263.
TO RENT-A 10 TO 30-ROOM FURNISHED
house (residence preferred) by party who wi;i
give bond for care of property and who had
same proposition at St. Louis. W 23. Ore
gonian. WANTED UNFURNISHED 25-ROOM ROOM
lng and boarding-house In good location of
city; state rent wanted and where located.
Joseph Wopperer. 232 Front st,. city.
WANTED TO RENT DURING THE FAIR,
a furnished 10 to 15-room house, with privi
lege of renting rooms; references given. Ad
dress J 14. Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT A 5 OR 6-ROOM COT
tago or flat; must be centrally locatsd. H
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
south of Washington and west of 4th. V 23,
4 OR 5-ROOM HOUSE. OR 3 OR 4 UNFLR
ntehed housekeeping rooms: - etoee. T 23.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOM 3. 211 1ST
t.. pays top-notch spot cash price for all
klndb of furniture. Phone Mais 5653.
$2500 LOAN WANTED ON MANUFACTUR-
lng plant In growing railway town, center
of prosperous lumbering and farming com
munity: freohold site buildings, machinery
and equipments cost $7500; now producing
J 250 per month above expenses, and Increas
ing; money wanted for extension. Write,
stating interest wanted, to X 14. care Ore
gonian. WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at ta
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED 2 LADIES WISH LESSONS IN
Spanish by first-class Instructor. G 23,
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND TOP
buggy. Call at 200 3d st- or phone Main
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
WANTED 120,000 BRICK FOR BUILDING;
must be cheap. Phone Main 1217.
WANTED AT ONCE SAILBOAT. CHKAP.
304 Columbia. Main 2210.
847 11TH ST. ONE OR TWO NICE ROOMS,
.with private family: modern house, nicely
located In best residence part; reasonable
rent. Phone Main 240t
BEAUTIFUL 2D FLOOR FRONT ROOM,
with alcove, others rooms, newly furaished.
use of kitchen If desired; reasonable rent.
THE ELM. 121 AND 125 13TH. COR. WASH
lngton Elegant rooms, single or en suite,
modern; tourists solicited. Mrs. Robertson,
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED. SINGLE OR EN
suite, hot and cold water la each room, por
celxin bath on each floor; free phone. 2o7
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ELEC
trlc Ugh., with use of phone and bath; dos
in; very reasonable. 240 Park st.. cor.
THE TEMPLE. 343 YAMHILL ST.. OPPO
site Hotel Portland Nicely furnished
rooms; rates reasonable; transient.
411 E. BURNSIDE WILL RENT FOR SUM
mer. large front bay-window room, suitable
for 2 gentlemen: free phone. E. 2S22.
NICE PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAIR PEOPLE;
also first-class board; reasonable; near Fair
grounds. Call at 3S0 North 24th.
FURNISHED ROOMS. .CLOSE IN; PORCE
laln bath, phone, piano, electric light, fur
nace. 201 10th. cor. Taylor.
LARGE. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS. SU1T
able for one or two gentlemen; $5 for one.
$7.50 for two. 335 E. 6th st.
775 IRVING ST. FURNISHED ROOMS; MOD
etn conveniences; with or without board;
private family; reasonable.
SUITE' OF FINE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
couple, private, bath and phone free. Phona
Main 5560. 424 Jefferson.
FOR RENT LARGE. SUNNY ROOMS,
every convenience of home; reasonable. 175
16th St., cor. Yamhill.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH HOME COM
forts. new house. 4 blocks from Hotel
Portland. 250 0th.
MONASTE3. COR. 1ST. AND JEFFERSON
Housekeeping rooms and single; tourists so
GOOD. CLEAN. CHEAP FURNISHED
rooms and lodgings. 345 ISth St., 8 blocks
from Fair grounds.
FOR RENT 2 CONNECTING FRONT
rooms, reasonable, 514 lleyt. cor. 15th st.
Phone Main 6103.
WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS. WALKING
distance of Fair grounds, en M ear line.
667 Irving st.
WILLAMETTE. 144 6TH ST. BET. MOR
rlson and Alder; cheapest and best located
rooms in city.
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS. TWO
blocks from Hotel Portland. 364 Taylor St.,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
phone and bath. $1.50 per week and up. Ill
N. 7th st.
Fl'RNISHED ROOMS. 005 THURMAN ST
$1.50 to $2.50 per week; everything new.
FINE. LARGE FRONT ROOM. WELL FL'R
Hished. suitable for 2; close In; phone, bath.
251 10TII TWO BEAUTIFUL ROOMS,
every convenience, baths, heat and phone;
$5 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR GEN
tleman; gag. bath and phone. 671 E. Morri
181 13TH ST. FRONT SUITE H O US EKEEP
ing rooms for rent; modern convenienses; $20
3S0 ALDER ST. PLEASANT FRONT
rooms, with or without board; all conveni
ences. 271 7TH ST.-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
for rent: suitable for two; gas, bath, phone.
Cheapest and best-located rooms In Portlanc.
$1 week up. Gllman. 1st and Alder sts.
3 IDEAL TRANSIENT ROOMS: PRIVATE,
quiet; S depot cars to door. 420 3d.
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED:
adults only. 260 14th, near Jefferson.
41 ELLA-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
single or en suite; bath, heat, phone.
THE IOWA. 43 2D ST.. COR. ASH NICE
large rooms by day. week or month.
THE Y. M. C. A. HAS A FREE LIST Or
furnished rooms in all parts of city.
506 FLANDERS ST. ONE LARGE FUR
nlshed front room on first floor; $10.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
close in. 275 Clay st., cor. 4th.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. 160
11th st., ctrr. Morrison,