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THE MOUSING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, tMAY 9, 1905.
DAILY METEOXOLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, May & Maximum teaapera
turew 58 deg.; minimum, 53. River reading
at 11 A. M-. 5.8 leet: change In past 24
hours, fall, 0.8 XeeU Total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 5 P. M.. 0.1S Inch; total slace Sep
tember 1, 1904, 29.51 inches: normal, 42.10
Inches; deficiency. 12.59 inches. Total sun
shine May 7. 1905. 6 hours and 18 minutes;
possible, 14 hours and 37 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M., 9.69.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
STATIONS. k Z
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Kamloops, B. C.
Salt Lake City..
San Francisco. ..
iS T 10SE
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Showers and thunderstorms have occurred
generally today in Eastern Oregon, Eastern
"Washington and in scattered portions of
Idaho, duo to the presence of a disturbance
of considerable magnitude, which is central
this evening over Montana. Light showers
have also occurred In "Western Oregon,
"Western Washington and throughout North
It is decidedly cooler this evening In all
sections of the Pacific Northwest.
The Indications are for continued unsettled
weather with showers in this district Tues
day. WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours finding at midnight. May 9:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy with
light showers at intervals; westerly winds.
Western Oregon Partly cloudy, with light
showers north portion; westerly winds.
Western Washington Partly cloudy with
showers; westerly winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Cloudy and unsettled weather with
A. B. WOLLABER,
Acting District Forecaster.
Prepare for Memorial Day.
.ASTORIA, Or., May S. (Special.)
Cunning; Post No. 14, G. A. It., o this
city, has appointed a special committee
to make arrangements for the proper ob
pervanco of Memorial day.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baiter's Auction Mouse, cor. Alder and
Park. Sale at 10 A. II. George Baker & Co.,
Household Furniture at 413 Washington
street. 10 A. M., by S. L. N. Gilman, Auc
tioneer. MEETING NOTICES.
A. & A. S. RITE, OREGON
LODGE OF PERFECTION. NO. 1
Members are requested to at
tend the, funeral of Brother H.
E. Harris, 32d degree, at his
late residence. No. 660 Hoyt
street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
By order. Venerable Master.
A. & A. S. RITE. OREGON LODGE OF
PERFECTION, NO. 1. Meeting this evening
social only. By order. Venerable Master.
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO. 2.
A. F. & A. M. Special communica
tion this (Tuesday) evening. 7:30
o'clock. "Work in E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
W. S. WEEKS. Secretary.
THE MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND
LODGE. A. F. & A. M.. OF OREGON.
Special communication this (Tues
day) afternoon at 1 o'clock, for
' the purpose of conducting the funeral
ceremonies over the remains of our deceased
right worshipful brother. H. E. Harris past
Junior grand warden. AH M. M. are requested
JOHNSON May S. to the wife of Arthur
Johnson, a prominent dealer in meat at
Forest Grove, a son weighing 12 pounds,
the parents of whom are the best pleased
couple In the world. Dr. C. L. Large at
BELL Patrick, native of Iceland, died at The
Dalles. May i. Supposed to have relatives In
Portland and California. Coroner Burget, of
Wasco County, wishes communication with
them. California papers please copy.
WBIS Jacob C, member Oregon Fir Camp,
No. 15085, Modern Woodmen of America.
Funeral will be conducted by Modern Wood
men from residence, 207 East Thirty-seventh
street. Tuesday. May 8. All neighbors please
arrange to attend. Meet at Hall Oregon
Fir Camp 1 P. M. Tuesday.
WEIS In this city, on May 7. 1905. at the
family residence. 267 East Thirty-seventh
street, Jacob Wels. aged 29 years 8 months
and 4 days. Funeral today (Tuesday). May
0. 1005. Friends respectfully invited to at
tend. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
LEVY In this city, on May 8. 1005. at the
family residence, 290 Lincoln street. Anna
.uevy. oeioveu mower or Mrs. J. snemansky,
Mrs. H. Blatt. Mrs. M. M. Obsu Miss TIIHe
Levy. Mr. S. J. Levy. Harry and Louis
Levy. Funeral today (Tuesday). May 9, J905.
at 2 P. M. Friends respectfully Invited to
attend, a'leass omit cowers.
.VOBES In this city, on May 7. 1905. at the
residence, 332 Fremont street, Mary B. Vobes.
aged 63 years 2 months and 4 days. Funeral
xocay (uuesaayj. May . JD05. at 3 P. M.,
from the above residence. Friends rwmcrt.
fully Invited to attend. Interment Lone Fir
DUNNING, McENTEE A GILBAUGH.
successors to Dunning & Campion. under
takers aad embalmers, modern la every de
tail. 7th aad Pine, Psoas Mala A30. Lady
as sis tan U
EDWARD HOLM AN CO- TJadnrtaWor. .l
embalmers, hare moved to their aew build
ing, Xalrd aad Salmon, Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 687.
J. P. FTNXEY & SON. Funeral Directors,
oar. 3d aad Madison. Office ef Ceaaty Cor
oner. jaar aasuKABE. xelrphone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. Et
Alder, juady assistant. Telephone East 62.
2ELLEK-BYKNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
jreBaiEBcrs, z.s xmm i; utt 1998; lady as't.
CLASSIFIED AD. HATES.
"Rooms "Rooms aad Board." "najue
keeplng Rooms. -gitnatleae Wasted.' IS
words er lest, 18 cents; 18 to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 te 25 words. 25 cesta. etc No dis
co Hat' for additional fatsertteaa.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO ceate foe 15 words er leu;
16 te 30 words. 40 cents; 21 te 25 word. 5
cents, etc first laaertiea. Each addideaal
lasertloa. eae-haUt bo farther diaeeaat a
cer eae aseath.
"NEW TODAY (gasre measare arate). 15
eeats per itae, Brtt taserueat 19 cests pel
uae el eaeta addiUeaal lasertlea.
ANSWHRS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed eare The Orerealaa. aad left at thk
eface. cheald always be laelesed la sealed
enveiepes. ro stamp is repaired ea sack
The OregoaUa will not he reepoaasMe for
errors la adrerusesaeats takes threach the
3IS Worcester Black
Ceaeral raeUee. lareeMfatleaa,
Estate work. Hassf l aad perledteal aadMa;
' - rM west IX.
Fifth and Washington Streets
Seems, 1.&0 to $8.99 Per Day
According to Location.
ff. P. DAVIES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plas Reess -50c te $1.50
First-Class RestaHrant In Coaaectlen
TiTe ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and from all trains
Rates European plan, 50c,, 75c, $ 1 , $ 1 .50, $2 per day
Sample rooms in connection
MORRIS & ROWE
Twice Larger Twice Bettrr Than Before.
E LEVAlr ED
Complete New Circus Throughout.
2 DAYS Friday and Saturday 2
PERFORMANCES. 2 AND 8 P. 51. DAILY.
acrobats i gymnasts!
7 MARVELOUS BELFORDS 7
FLYING LAVAN TROUPE
DARING AERIAL WEAVERS
5 FLYING BANCRRODS 5
FAMOUS GARDNER FAMILY
GRACEFUL Jl'DONALD TRIO
SEVEN KISIUMONA JAPANESE
SIX SUGI5IOTO JAPANESE
LADY SWORDSWOMEN. FENCERS
RIDERS ANIMAL ACTS
Rose Dockreli. Herd of Elephants.
Dolly Miller. Coairress of Seals.
Estelle Settler. '"fi'J riWJ5?
M'He Jalien. J"'
Frank Miller. Broken to HamrK-
Geoixe nolland. Cake-Walklac
Austin Klnr. Stallions. 100 Shetland
Jos. Lyons. Pony Ballet and
Herbert Kotnley. Drill.
Wm. Dutton. Trained Pelicans.
Lovls Berc Piir.
20 JOLLY CLOWNS 20
Ezcltlnc Hippodrome, Chariot and Hurdle
Grand Big Street Parade
PRICES Adult, SOc; Children. J5c.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. PANGLE, Resident Manager.
(PHONE MAIN 868.)
Thursday, Friday. Saturday Nights, May II,
12. is, moo.
Special-Price Matinee Saturday.
GRACE VAN STUDDIFORD
In the Romantic Comic-Opera Success
Evening Prlces Lower floor, $1.50. Bal
cony, first 0 rows. $1: last 0. T5c and SOc
Entire gallery. SOc. Boxes and loges. $10.
Matinee Trices Lower floor. 51. Balcony.
75c and 50c Entire gallery. SOc. Boxes and
loges, $.50. Seats now selling.
Twelfth and Morrison.
Fifth Week of Tremendous Success.
EMPIRE STOCK COMPANY
In High Class Plays.
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Dally Matinees. 2:15.. Evening at 8:15.
This week the screaming comedy
One long laugh from beginning to end.
STAR THEATER Sw.
B'URBANO'S ROYAL ITALIAN BAND
Different Selections at Each Performance.
McINTYRE, FLETCHER & McINTYRE
ROSCOE AK BUCKLE
Shows 2:30. 7:30, 0 P. M. Admission 10c
- MR. 4fc MRS. JOS. J. DOWLING
ROBERT ELD RIDGE
CLEVER CONKEY THE JAMES
CHRISTOPHER .MR. ALF BONNER
General admission. 10c, reserved seats, 20c;
Box seats. 25c
WEEK COMMENCING TODAY.
OVERTURE. BAKER ORCHESTRA
MISS ANNIE ABBOTT
5 MUSICAL LOVELANDS S
IMPERIAL COMEDY FOUR
DON EMERSON DUO GENE
Price of admission, 10c, Matinee and Night.
Lewis ar Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and get
off at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. BBectric elevator.
Most magnificent view In America. Sea
Beautiful effect ot powerful searchlight from
top of .tower. Open 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
ADMISSION. 19 CENTS.
Equipped by 40 years of EucceasfuJ pro
fessional experience, prepares pupils In
elocution for stage, pulpit, platform or so
ciety. Apply personally or by fetter.
261 Thirteenth St
OLD GOLD, JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADS
ever, excaaagea: CMHnonds. precious tanv
toose aaa EBouaiea: waicaes. Jewelry rrDalrcd.
uacie jajers, we jwer, 14J &, ntar Alder.
First-Clan Check Restaurant
Connected WHh He tel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec a ad Tre.
Imjwtai k Ctniraciirs, IrcWiscfs, BricMajrx
imI ike IwM'm PrslessiM in Geft&ra).
Our old and genial friend Dick Dun. the
brick maker In Portland's early days, has
again sued his castor in the brick ring and
the builders of our city can And him with
his jfhlncle out at 273 Washington street and
able to All any order In the brick line from
looo to 100.000 and at any old place from
j'omana Heights to the summit of old ML
We offer for tale the beautiful and sightly
home of the late Dr. Herbert Cardwell. 25th
and Johnson. There are about 2b lots with
new 11 -room "dwelling, built after the lat
est dealgn, and will be ready for occupancy
about June 1. For particulars see Grind
maff & Schalk. 240 Stark st.
Nice little saloon on the East
Side, choice location. Good tran
sient trade. Address A. A. A.,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Oar rrcerds ar complete aad 9 te data,
xuraisa abstracts promptly.
Oa Improved Portland Ktal Ealat.
CECUiUTl' ABSTRACT TKUST CO.
Sli-Slft Chamber ut Coataaercs
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A MOUNTAIN HOME NO HILLS TO
climb; Just the place to take your family
for the Summer: close to railroad and one
hour' ride by new gasoline motor; spring
water, bouse, bam, woouened, two miles
cood fence, la acres clear ana in crop: orcn
ard; fine view from railroad; the best of
soil: can be made into goon value lor iruit.
garden, dairy or poultry ranch; low price;
possession at once; nall payment flown, u.
S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder St.
FOR SALE FOLLOWING PROPERITES
murt be sold: no reasonable offer refused
Lot 14. block 15. Piedmont: lot 4. block N.
Tabor Heights; Lota 15. 10. block 11. River
side; lots J-y, subdivision 4. oiocic s, lots
0. b. block 8. Southern Portland: lots 2. 3.
6. block 1. lot 1. block C. Raven's View: east
half lot 4, block 24. Stephen' Addition; lot
io. block so. uarutners Addition, inquire
11. li. xortnup, wasmngton bidg.
AN IDEAL FARM
Take posserclon now. 143 acres In the most
prosperous rural district on the west aide,
not far from Portland; To acrea crop. 23
ready to clear; fine timber, good buildings.
abundance of fruit, all implements, livestock,
0 dozen chickens and most of crop goes; up
per end of Valley; having fine outlook over
beautiful landscape; an for $33 per acxe. is.
S. Cook &. CO.. 251 Alder.
A GOOD BUY 16 ACRES AT SOUTH MT.
Tabor in Al cultivation: would plat nicely:
.good school, plenty of water. Inquire at South
Mt. Tabor Real Estate Office; take reservoir
car on 1st at.
HERMOSA PARK. SEASIDE IMPROVED
lots- for sale; graded streets, sewers and
water main; finest residence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert. Jr.. Seaside. Or.
HAWTHORN E AVE OWNER WILL SELL
free of agent's commission, brand-new mod
ern 8-room bouse with large lot. easy in
lntlmnt tmq f T Otpnnln
READY JUNE FIRST-NEW MODERN SIX.
room home. 21st and Vaughn: owner will
in free ot agent s commission; easy In
bailment terms. K 72, Oregonian.
FOR SALE $2000 MODERN 7-ROOM COT-
tage. with 3 lota and barn, with or without
furniture, on AVoodstock car line. Inquire
Mrs. J. vv. -xayior, ivannoe sia.
GOOD INVESTMENT. HOME COMBINED
New apartment-house. 4 apartments. 7
iuuuii cfltu, uui-aicr neai; mooern
mrougnoui. . - u, uregoman.
COR. 23D AND YORK STS.. OWNER OF
fers for Hle free of agent's commission
new modern six-room house, easy install-
mpnt tprni T . TV Or.pnnlflft
$50001 0-room modern bouse and full lot.
349 29th at., near Savler; easy terms. For full
particulars pnone Main 31C
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS-
Barcalna on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lenta, or. Take Mt. Scott car, 5c
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10
rooms. 3o it. .race tow. owner. Mrs.
W. A. JJalr. The Brown. 2714 Grand ave-
FOR SALE STRICTLY MODERN 5-ROOM
cottage, new. full basement, double floors
and fireplace. 735 E. Main St.. near 20tU.
BEAUTIFUL QUARTER BLOCK. NOTITW
west corner 22d and Kearney; easy terms.
i-ranK u. roKer. owner. Hamilton bidg.
MODERN SIX-ROOM COTTAGE. STONE
walks, basement. $200 cash, balance to
suit. G1Z commercial bidg.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. LOT
fruit tM Miuk. ,' rrif
LOTS. 50X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE
and 40th St.; J 200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251
$1750 WILL BUY COTTAGE, PARTLY
iurnirneu iuh iui, noi aiac. easy terms.
J2250 MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. BO-FT.
Ut -.tnnt mlluf rhnlr fnilf m
722 E. Ankeny.
MODERN HOUSE JUST FINISHED.
Holladay3 Addition. Owner must sell.
FOR RENT OR SALE 2 NEW HOUSES 6
or 8 rooms, close to Fair Grounds. 23d
CORNER LOT. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. CAR
v-cr Side; 21000. 1. n -r,.. .
FOUR LOTS, FAIRVIEW ADDITION
East Portland; make R)t an offer. F
nv B 4SV TERMS. 5-ftOOV -rT-n TT
$1050; G-room modern house, J1S00. Phone
IUI.V rxrr. WITH STORJ. anti nnnuo
Johntoa it, sear JSth; a barcala. 334 StUU
I ACREAGE NEAR CAR U-ME. SxILSS FROM
1 Jtorntoa u ariarc. v. jew aauara. Kllwxu
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ACRE TRACTS! 5-ACRB TRACTS! 19-
acre tracts! within 3 miles ef Peruaad; all
planted in fruit aad Tegetahies; on car line,
county road aad Willamette River; nothing
like -It offered; oae crop will ateost pay for
It. Phone Mala S36S, and we will taka you
to ee It.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO.,
222 Falling bidg.
AQRB TRACTS WE MAKE A SPBCIALTI
or sasojing acreage; caoice- acre tracts zor
homes, within, the city limits or outside:
terms to suit. A. C. Churchill & Co.. lie
BEAUTIFUL HOME NEAR THE LEWIS
mansion, 8 rooms, house built 3 years, thor
oughly modern and complete: reaay to
occupy; might sell furniture: $1660 will
handle It and monthly payments balance;
you can get $500 back during Fair. North
rup &. King. 211 Commercial blk.
FOR S ALB QUARTER BLOCK SOUTHWEST
corner ism ana East star su, a-story
9-room house aad 2-story bara; $000; terms
31000 down aad balance in annual payments
of $1006. Mall & Co.. 393 East Burnslde, or
telephone Private Exchange 31.
FIVE NEW. MODERN HOUSES IN HOLLA-
aay rarK Addition; also i cnoica iou: sireeu
lsaproved. cement walks, sewer, or will build
house to suit customers. Se R. B. Rico oa
premise. East 22d aad Wasco, or W. O.
Beck, 307 The Falling bidg.
BY OWNER WEST SIDE HOME. 25 PER
cent below cost, good 7-room no oae. ail mod
ern conveniences, abundance of fruits and
rosea: healthy and sightly, oa S car line.
S07 Corbett et.
STOP PAYING RENT. fHOUSE AND LOT
4pn. J10O down, installments, i'none jiain
FOR SALE FARMS.
i UARANTEED AS ADVERTISED ISO
acres, with 20 acres under plow, balance
land, covered with merchantable fir timber;
land lays well and soil rich; S-acre orchard,
bearing: bouse, barn and other buildings;
live water; goSd outside range; 1 mile from
steamboat landing on Cowlitz River and 3
miles from town on N. p. Ry.; price, J 1500,
with good terms.
80 acres, with 20 acres under plow, balance
onen nasture land and easily cleared, rich
oil; land lays exceptionally good; 100 bear
ing fruit trees; new 7-room house, large
frame barn, good fences; with place goes
team ot mares, span of 3-year-old colts, one
yearling colt, saddle horse, 14-bead cattle, of
which 8 are milch cows, mowing machine,
hayrake, plows, harrows and other farming
tools; In good community, close to school and
4 miles from town on N. P. Ry. and Columbia
luver; price. $2500. witb terms on part.
IMUS A WILLOUGHBY,
ONLY $1000.25 BUYS SO ACRES ON LEWIS
river, a mile from town and it. it., 12
acres cleared. In good cultivation in crop; 15
acres pasture, easily cleared, nearly level,
2 acies young orchard. i acre old orchard,
live water, good county road through place.
30 acres 2d growth fir. free dally mally.
store and' P. O. 2M miles, small houee and
stable. J. Clark. Hayes, wasti.
ONLY ONE MILE FROM TOWN. 160
acres good land, 40 acres cleared. 30 acres
hay meadow. S acres plow land. 2 acres
orchard; well watered: 6-room bouse, large
barn, fruit house: $2500. 40 acres good
land. $250. Cowlitz County Land Co.. Kelso,
FREE LAND IN OREGON UNDER .THE
"Carey Irrigation Act." Deed direct from
state; write or call today; oooicicts and map
tree. is. a. ixoa es. uo.. ai Aider st., port'
land. Or. Open evenings.
Bargains In real estate Improved and partly
improved lorms in iiunnoman ana uiactca
mas Cos. List of prop, will be fur, on ap
plication. Roberts & WIrtx, Gresbam. Or.
FOB SALE LAND SCRIP.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid toresi reserve scrip on tne market.
We handle all kinds. Public land practice.
Collins Lano o.. uoncora oiag.
FOREST RESERVE SANTA FE AND OTH.
r guaranteed land scrip oa hand ready to
locate. Maglnnls & sou. ZZf ratling bidg.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
in flttST.r'.t.ASH TKI.I.nW TIW. TTMTim
Claims, wen luimtu, ust cnauce to se
cure vaiuauic uuiuuuiiui iuuus al muc
cost. Whltten & Bryant, 718 Marquam
RELINQUISHMENT FOR SALE WILL CUT
5.0C0.0O0 yellow nr and iarcn, near Port-
land. 395 Third su. city.
LOCATE R GOING WITH PARTY TO OPEN-
Ing Forest Reserv tbls montn; fin timber.
Phone Main 5741.
Can, locate homesteads, timber claims. .Cen
tral Oregon. T. M. O'Connell. Prlnevllle, Or.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. 52WM
to $10,000: also business properties. $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyers, l.. av. WhIUng & Co.,
408 Ablngton bidg.
WANTED 5 TO. 10 ACRES. 4 OR 5-ROOM
boaie; fruit, garden, witnin a mile of car-
line; Jilt) down, balance on time. V 74,
WANTED TO RENT. WITH OPTION OF
purchase, modern suburban home, 105 acres.
near car; reasonable, pnone Main 1070.
WANTED Full or fractional lot; West Suit;
cicse in; tor cajiu u wzs. oregonian.
TO LEASE ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR. 27TH
and xnurroan sis; ground iuuxiuo; $ioa
Mrs. c tntr, iou . i.tn su. los An
Horses, Vehicles aad Uaraess.
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehlelts bougnt, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hau. 264 Ul l'Con Main 220S.
SIX-YEAR-OLD BAY MARE. STUDEBAKER
light top buggy, harness, robe, complete out'
nt; price, jiuu. i-none tAst wot.
BROWN MARE; C-TEAR-OLD; WEIGHS 1200
lbs.; perfectly sound every way; price, $85.
23 N. 14111 SU
WE WANT TO BUY 25 MEDIUMIZBD
horses. Tomllnton & Casslday, 211 Washing'
FOR SALE 1 SPAN OF HEAVY HORSES
well matched. Phone Front 20S2, or 900
HORSE FOR SALE WEIGHT 1350 LBS., 8
years oiu; tiia. west woasi utuncrj, at.
LARGEST STOCK OF NBW AND' 2D-HAND
vehicles oa coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
ONE GOOD TEAM AND - HARNESS: ALSO
steady job. K 73. care oregonian.
FOR SALE CHEAP. A TOP BUGGY IN
good order. VI Ku&eell st.
FOR SALE FINE YOUNG PONY. 432 E.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterite; It colls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or i Dingles; best rcr sew roou.
Elaterite Roofing Co.. room 2, Hamilton bidg.
BRAND NEW DRE3S SUIT AND DINNER
Jacket, tailor made, silk lined, best materi
al. cost $115: for man 5 ft. 10 In., weigh!
170 lbs.; will sell for $75 aad pay for al
terationa. V 85 oregonian.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL-
ltard and pool tables; easy payments; wa rent
tables, with privilege of baying: modera bar
Oxturec, cneap pneea. JsruBiwicx-iiiike-Jol
lender, 4 3d u
FOR SALE PAIR WHITE RATS. HALF
breed Angora cat. large ccmblBatlcn for all.
351 H Stark C. room 8. Call about 2-M
afternoons, rattles leaving city.
2 1X3-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH WITH
all fixtures: also boathouse: ' 3i -horse
power; price. $373. Inquire 271 Couch st.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes aad hats.
Call at 73 4 Si. 3d; pboae Green 428.
FOR SALE 90 TONS BALED HAY; ALSO
some choloe CoLswo-ld sheep. Edward L.
ayior, J-orest urove. or.
1S-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH: IN KXCEL-
isat caaaKiea nice, soa. w. j. Cleaaeas,
. iarK sx.
FOR SALE NEW AXD 5JBCOND-H AND
toa fouataiasu. Zsortarep BXargls, 8 Froat.
NEW AND 2D-HAND CASK R5GISTERS
aad safes; easy pay a eats.- 33 Aakeay at.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 334
caaatber ot cocamerca or peaae Mala 3MB.
FO RSALSV-SET OF ALUMINUM CHIMES
39 notes, earoatauc n if, ore-goatas.
MANTLE BED (DOUBLE); WILL PAY TO
investigate. X 71, oregoalaa, or call Frost
FOR BALE 8 MILCH COWS. IN Al CONDI-
Itlon, with route. 23S K. 39th at.
HELP WANTED MALE.
This section Is short of able-bodied men for
general common labor tor a variety of work
at $2 to $2.25 a day.
Come to Portland.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
29 North Second street.
WE, WANT FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS MEN
to represent us in every city and tewa ot
Oreron and Washington. It you want a
good paying and steady business write for
particulars. Address Box 477, Portland, Or.
2 CARPENTERS. 13.50. 8 HOURS; 4 PAINT-
ers. S3, 8 hours; laborers, quarrymen. farm
hands. HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North Second Street.
YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE WORK, COL-
lege experience, fso raontn; one drapery sales
man, one carpet salesman: boy, some experi
ence window trimming. Clerks' Registration
Bureau, 295 Morrison.
WANTED 10.090 LABORERS. LOGGERS,
mill aad railroad work. IX you want work
come to Portland; wages, $1.40 to $3 per
day and hoard. Canadian Employment Co..
249 Burnslde st.
A GOOD SIDE-LINE OF FIREWORKS ON
commlaslca for bustler tarosgn Eastern Ore
gon. Idaho. Washington. Willamette Valley
and oa the Sound; glva reference. T 49,
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
flomelng trade. Coyne Bros. Co... School of
'ractlcal Plumbing. 4073-75 Easton ava.. St.
Louts. Mo.; 107-9 W. 3d at.. Cincinnati, O.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR, CHORUS GIRLS.
comedians, sister teams, sxeten teams, il
lustrated song singers, novelty dancers, musi
cians. 33l Morrison, room 12.
WANTED OLD CLOTHING, SHOES.
Highest prices paid for men's cast-off doth.
Ing, old shoes. Call CO 3d, near Pine. Phona
Hood 1S92. Orders attended to.
A STRONG HEALTHY YOUNG MAN. GOOD
penman ana experienced in receiving gouds
for wholesale grocery bouse, wadnams fc
Kerr Bros., Front and Oak sts.
CARPET. SHOE. DRYGOODS SALESMEN
otnee men, otner openings, fair ground ana
out ot town secured. Business Men s Clear
ing House. 504-5 McKay Bidg.
WANTED A GOOD RELIABLE MAN WITH
a little money, to manufacture and handle
tne oest seller on tne coast; sometning new.
m 1 3, oregonian.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. COMMISSION.
newspapers, periodicals, publications. Clyde s
special Agency. B3S cnamber of commerce.
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE BUSl-
ness: paid while learning and work guar
anteed: open evenings. Barrett. 2ti5 Morrison
st., room 301.
WE SELL 8ICK AND ACCIDENT BENE-
flts that people want; splendid proposition
to agents, union Mutual Aid Association,
W'ANTED-CAPABLE MAN TO REPRESENT
local institution; Al reference as to ability
and character required. Address J 75, Ore
gonian. WANTED YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN
wnoicsate waupaper noue; must, oe a wonter;
state age and experience. R 74, care Ore-
WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOYS
to learn mattress making; good wages. Pe
ters & Roberts Furn. Co.. 43 Front, corner
Wanted Men to learn barter trade; steady
practice: expert instructions: write for
terms. Clllman'i College. C27 Clay at.. S. F.
Columbus California wine depot: headauar-
ters cooks, waiters, oartenaers. All wines
sc per guts. p. LoratL 148 4th. Clay 1303.
LOGGERS, MILLHANDS. FARMHANDS.
laborers, otners work. See us. U. S. Env
ployment Co.. 193 Morrison. Main 1322.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT-
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write. 007 McKay bidg.
TRAVELING SALESMAN. CALLING ON SA
loon and grocery trade, to handle good side
line. W. H. coffin Fish Co.. Seattle.
HERBERT J. BAUMANN. ADVERTISING
solicitor, report with that advertising cut
quick. 638 Chamber of commerce.
$25 TO $65 PER WEEK MADE SELLING
sick and accident benefits for the Union Mu
tual Aid Am n. 705 Marquam Bidg.
WANTED GOOD STOVE SALESMAN,
travel apoKane territory; rererencea vt
quired. Box 740, city.
EXPERIENCED HAND FOR ALTERATION
department suits, skirts, etc.; steady posi
tion. 171 Bd si.
CARPENTER; CAPABLE OF DOING GOOD
nnisn woric Apply on job, Pettygrove, bet,
Mta ana -isr.
WANTED 3 FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
granite cutters. Blaeslng Granite Co., 2tI7
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WOODTURNER.
Address Aberdeen Mfg. Co., Aberdeen.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CABINET-
maker and finisher. Apply I. Gevurtz Si Sons.
50 MEN AND BOTS TO WORK IN BRICK
yard. 1209 E. Division st. Tel. Union 173.
CAN USE A jGOOD TALKER ON A NEW
proposition. Call today. 402 Mohawk Bidg.
WANTED A FEW FIRST-CLASS SALES
men; fastest seller on market. 427 Salmon
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUX
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
YOUNG FRENCHMAN WANTS PRIVATE
teacher In Englleh. P 74. Oregonian.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCE;
reference required. 232 Stark at.
BRIGHT BOY; 16 YEARS; STEADY Posi
tion. Apply ill 3d st.
DR. WALKER. 1S1 1ST, CURES ALL PRI
vaie ciseaees 01 men.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAM-
ily; muat know how to cook and not be
afraid of work: suitable wages for girl of
tills Kind, can for Mr. Bowman at the
Brownsville woolen Mill Store.
WANTED A TEACHER FOR SCHOOL DI3
trict No. 11. Wahkiakum County. Washing'
ton: wage", $ a montn: length of term
0 months. Address Q i4, Oregonian.
GIRLS DT IOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to sea us. Over 1080 positions every montn.
Call aad register. Canadlaa Parlor, S2tf)a
uemscn. Main isas.
RAPID FREE-HAND PYROGRAPHIC BUR
ner tor wood and leather: muat. furnish
samples ot work. Address G 60, Oregonian.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY RE PRE
seatatives In Portland and throughout state
good pay. cau or write got McKay bidg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED STARCHE RS.
also body machine operator. Apply Star
Laundry Co.. Union ave, and E. Ankeny.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; REF
erence required. Apply S. E. cor. E. 12th
ana scnuyier st.. or pnone East -Mtfii.
WOMAN OF INTELLIGENCE AND REFINE-
meat to travel for. old-established business
house; references. Q 54, Oregonian.
WANTED G IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking. Apply 645 Hancock et.
tirvington). bet. a and 12 A. M.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
sell la sew telep&Bse Index. laqum W.
J. uemeaa, za btarK C
WANTED A GIRL IN PRIVATE FAMILY
for general housework; must know how to
cooic 427 wasalagton et.
GIRLS FOR RESTAURANT AND HOTEL
work, several housemaids. Alpine CO., 152.
rirai su Jdain 191 1.
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK.
" wining to go to Coast July and August. ,,461
NEAT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK
small family. Apply lw E. Davis, cor
. 1V1B SU
WANTED EXPERIENCED SEWERS AND
apprentices. Mrs. Rolf sea. room 26 'Hamil
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
cottage; family of two, K E. Mala, cer.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOUSE-
woric aad ceeiclag. 712 Hsyt; cor. 23d.
WANTED GIRL TO WASH DISHES IN
seartfiag-aeese. At 199 North 7th at.
WANTED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN
seuii laaaiiy. Apyly 39S Morrises.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HAVB YOU SECURED POSITIONS AT
Fair? Ladiea aad ftestlemen wanted Imme
diately for chorus, stage dancing, etc Stage
eancing, vaudeville acting, singing, sKeicnes
tangat; posit lona secured. Newraaa's School
of Acting. 361H Morrison.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, WAIT-
cra, csuaBcnsaios. general workers, au
Louis Agency. 230H YamhilL Phone Main
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK TO
sceep at Dome; must have reference. 461H
YOUNG NURSB GIRL CARE FOR CHILD;
imau sum per weeic. 4 Main.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worK; good wages. 803 Lovejoy.
WANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
nouseworx. Apply 723 Gllsan st.
f ANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 15 E. 17th. cor. E. Ash.
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK.' PRIVATE FAM-
iiy. wan moimngs, s ntn at.
A YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE-
work. Apply 224 E. 2d et., N.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS VEST
NIcoU, the Tailor. 108 Third st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS; DE-
cent ana steady. 212 2d st.
GIRL FOR CHAMBER WORK.
mann Hotel. 412 N. 10th.
WANTED G IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB-
work. 181 East 16th eU
TAILORESS WANTED TO HELP ON
coats. 120 7th st.
WANTED A MILLINERY MAKER. AP-
ply 352 Morrison.
COOK WANTED GOOD WAGES. 721 FLAN-
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
watchmaking, engraving, jewelers work;
only practical working school for jewelers;
money made learning. Seattle Watchmaking
and Engraving School, P.-L building, Seattle.
BOOKKKEEPERS I HAVE A SYSTEM
for checking calculations and posting with
which an error is impossible. Will send
to you for $X 8. O. Talt. Marlanna. Ark-
3 WAITRESSES, CHAMBERMAIDS. HOTEL
cierits, starcher. housekeeper, Chinese, Jap
anese, rarmnana, waiter, porter. Orakes,
WANTED PARTY TO INTERVIEW WELL-
to-do class; what they say to carry weight;
big money; steady position. Room 2. 43H
WANTED PIANIST FROM 3 TO 8 EVBN-
Ings, immediately. Commercial Dining-room,
4ts3 wasnmgton st.
WEAVERS WANTED BY THE PORTLAND
Woolen Mills. Apply at the mill, St. Johns.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A STENOGRAPHER OR BOOKKEEPER. OR
both, by experienced young man. Al refer
ences; machine furnished. G 75, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN (23) DESIRES
clerical or officer work. O 74, Oregonian.
MAN OF GOOD EDUCATION AND AD
dress seeks employment where Integrity
and ratthrul services would aid advance'
ment; references. . E 73, Oregonian.
GOOD HARPIST AND VIOLINIST, MAN AND
wife, desire engagement In cafe, restaurant
or otner places. Address E. acnoncman,
ucnerai oeuvery. uaxiano. cat.
PIANIST FIRST-CLASS SOLO PIANO PLAY-
er desires permanent engagement. Write to
B. ue Bercey, parK Hotel. Court St., nut
falo. N. Y.
A FIRST-CLASS JOURNEYMAN M1LL-
wrlght wants work: prefer flour mill work.
Address B. U O.. Vlsla Mills, Viola. Or.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, all kinds
of beip. Black sez, 2B3 Everett st.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION EV-
ery afternoon: housework, dish washer and
porter. 4 j. 1st su
BY YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED IN
grocery and coffee business; knows the city
Phone Main 4544.
JAPANESE COOK WANTS SITUATION IN
famliy, wasn disnes or nouseworic, any piace.
273 Burnslde St.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
10 uiks care ql uurcs aau law us. x. .,
YOUNG MAN WANTS TO WORK FOR FIRST-
class shoesblner; good experience. Y i4
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS COOK. WANTS
situation to do cooking. 45 N. 1st st.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED BY REFINED. MIDDLE-AGED
woman, light housework In homelike fam
ily: good, home preferred to big wages
li ,5. care oregonian.
ctTn 1 Tinv to a VTCn MnrtiPR a xn
daughter, cooking and second work; private
.-.il.. -11' -Vo Villl hstnn Xfoln
REFINED MIDDLEAGED WOMAN DESIRES
to assist housework-; small nomelike tamny
230!$ Yamhill, phone Main 5413.
GIRL WANTS PLACE AS COOK. IN RBSTAU-
rant. hoarding-house or notel. 508 Tburman
housekeeper by a acotcn iaay; iuiiy capame
owers lamuy. tan ai .ws ji . ruum
VERY REFINED. CAPABLE LADY DESIRES
situation, managing houssKeepmg. notei,
widower's family or care of Invalid. 230
Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
FASHIONABLE MILLINER, 348 YAMHILL
. i will visit your nome dy tne aay. ite
modeling a specialty. Prices reasonable-.
SITUATION WANTED BY REFINED,
competent German lady with child 10
years; good Housekeeper. Address a 75,
SITUATION WANTED CHAMBERMAIDS.
cooks, nouseworic ginz. nunn, wwitcac!,
second girls.' 230 Yamhill. Phone Main
-n- 1 -V-T-t-O CTTTT ITIdV flV T.VTR RROirVD.
can hold position of trust; references- Ad
dress L. -ta xnira su, city.
ivTr.wTTrvr,prn vnirKCi UDT. WITH REF.
crences. wants position In millinery store
as saleslady. Y. W. C A.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES TO DO OFFICE
work: can operate a maenme. T 74, care
EXPERIENCED COOK "WISHES SITUATION
In hotel or boarding-house. B 67, Oregonian.
NORWEGIAN WOMAN WANTS POSITION
as cook for camp. k. i4, oregonian.
LACE CURTAINS AND FANCY LAUNDRY
done at home. Phone East 38SS.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED IN FIRST-
class style. Phone Union 2127. 1
To sell our 5-plece set of Bohemian Sanitary
Cooking Vessels to consumers.
The greatest, money-making proposition ever
offered to a canvasser.- . .
One agent made over $2400 In Jess than three
IC you mean business, send .25 cents to cover
postage on complete canvassing ouim wun
which to begin work.
THE J. W. M'COY POTTERY CO.,
WANTED TWO LADIES FOR CITY AND
two to travel. Call room 2, 22S 5th su.
from 19 A. M. to 5 V. M.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
B!r. big wages. 2IS Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
SIX. TO EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. BY JUNE 1.
permaneat oauple no children. Addrses -471
HOUSE WITH ABOUT FIVE ROOMS WANT
, ed. P 72. Oregsalaa.
WANTED TO RENT.
Rooms for the Exposltiott
f tla all parts of the- city.
Apply Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
200 to 203 Goodnough building.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Exposition Corporation. , Phone Mahu6293.
Owners of private residences in Su Louis
took advantage of the Fair and made lout of
money renting their rooms; why not you?
We guarantee to send you. first-class peopl
wno pay first-class prices for nicely fur
nished rooma. Book now with H. C. bowers.
Portland Hotel, or the LewUt and Clark Ho
tel Co.. 133 Sixth su. Oregonian bidg. Phona
ELLIS & GIBSON.
Room 21. Cambridge bidg..
S. W. cor. 3d and Morrison. Pnone Main
4775. will rent your furnished house for
the Summer; we have the- right-kind of ten
ants. WANTED FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD
in private family, by young? lady attending
business college. Address G 74, care Ore
gonian. FOR FIVE MONTHS 9 TO 10-ROOM HOUSE.
furnished, select neighborhood, modern, near
, transportation: an exceptionally good ten
ant. Al 81. Oregonian.
WANTED BY 2 YOUNG MEN. A SUITE OR
2 single rooms, with modern conveniences. In
a private family; board Included. Address
W 74. care Oregonian.
WANTED A SMALL NICELY FURNISHED
cottage or flat, by man and wife, baby 1
year old, best of references; prefer suburb.
D 74, Oregonian.
WANTED FURNISHED HOUSE. FIVE TO
seven rooms, in or near Portland, from June
to October; family ot four adults. C 6S,
WANTED TO RENT FURNISHED 5 OF 6-
room house or flat. West Side; walking dls
taonc;; reasonable rent. H 74, Oregonian.
WANTED TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
iumisned;. -walking distance union Depot, u
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. .
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUYS
all kinds of furniture, new or old. at 211
1st su Phone Main 5655.
WANTED A SMALL PONY FOR LITTLE
girl aged S years; must be kind and gentle.
Addrees P. O. Box 215. Vancouver, Wash.
wanted men's cast-off clothino
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at u
"Fair DeaL" t!2 N. 3d. Pnoaa Hood 517.
USE OF HORSE FOR LIGHT DELIVERY
for his feed; good care. Address j 71. Ore
gonian. WANTED-ONE TO 200 CHICKENS. MUST
be good layers. Address S 74, care Ore
gonian. WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT-
tla ot all kinds. Phona East 2231
WANTED A LITTLE BABY ONE WEEK
old to keep. S 74, Oregonian.
THE AUDITORIUM. 20Stt 3D ST.. BET.
Taylor and Salmon, 1 block south of Baker
Theater Elegantly new furnished, steam
heat, hot. cold running water In rooms; frea
bath, rooms with private baths; elevator:
$3.50 week up; $1 day; tourists solicited.
HOTEL ARMINIUS EUROPEAN. MODERN.
brick; Just completed and elegantly furnlsneU;
electric lights, free bath and phone, hot and
cold running water In rooms; tourists and
traveling men llclted: rates reasonable.
410Vi Morrison st.. cor. 11th.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL NEW BUILDING
with everything new throughout, elegantly
furnished, sunny rooms, modern conveni
ences;, prices reasonable- 492 Washington.
HOTEL VAN NOV, 52 3D. COB, PINE '
Finest furnished rooms In city, all moaern
conveniences, hot and cold water, heat in all
room and bells; bath free; $1 day up.
ROOMS! WHY SLEEP IN MUSTY. iL. tu
nnelling rooms, when they can be hau In
bran new modern bouse at same price; ele
gant location. 414 Jefferson, cor. 11th.
THE COSMOS. S. E. COR. 4TH AND MOK-
rlson; best down-town rooms in tne city; utt
and service night and day; rates $3.50 per
week and up. Including bath; $1 day.
THE KINGSTON ROOMS. 100 3D. AD-
Jolning Baker 'l neater, centra uy locaieu.
brick building; special attention given to tho
traveling public Phone Hood 057.
THE MAYFAIR ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
transient rooms; new building, an modern
conveniences. 293 Stark su, corner 5th.
Phone Main 2057.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLEMAN;
central location; pleasant surroundlngd;
price reasonable; gas, phone and bath. 41
E. 8th st., N.
THE ELM. 121 AND 125 13TH. COR. WASH-
ington raeganuy mruiaiicu
for tourists; bath, phone. Mrs. Robertson.
FINE LARGE FRONT ROOM. $1.30 PER
night, or terms by week; phone, bath, -lsftga
veranda, private family, central. 394 Yam
hill. TWO LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
one with alcove, hot, cold, running water
in rooms, near Washington su 86 Park su
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR TRANS
ient; bath and free phone; 50c, 75c and $L
per day. 200 Jefferson, opposite City Hall.
251 ALDER. NEAR 8D ST. NEW BRICK
building; pleasant furnished rooms; new, up-to-date;
$2.50 to $4 week; 50c to $1 day.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GEN
tleraan; bath, phone, walking distance, one
block from Morrison. 187 Chapman.
FURNISHED ROOMS: MODERN. NEW
house, bath, gas, phone; half block from
car line. East Side. Phone East 3110.
2 DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR RENT TO PER
manent people through Exposition; 10 blocks
from entrance. 764 Kearney su
433 ALDER ST.. COR. 12TH NICELY FUR
nUhed pleasant front rooms, convenient and
central. Phone Main 3994.
STRANGERS WHILE SEEKING LOCATION3
will find pleasant rooms four blocks from.
Hotel Portland. 230 6th.
NICELY FURNISHED BAY-WINDOW FRONT
room. In private family; centrally located.
Inquire 505 Everett su
163 10TH NICELY FURNI3HED FRONT
and side rooms: running water; by the day
230 7TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED
room for rent; suitable for two; gas, bath,
NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOM; PHONE,
bath; private house: references; close In. 2W
WELL-FURNISHED ALCOVE ROOMS; REA
sonable. 445 5th st. Take 5th-au car from
170 10TH. NEAR MORRISON NICELY FLR
nlshed rooms; gas, phone, bath; day or
27 WEST PARK NICELY FURNISHED
rooms; light and clean; use ot bath. Mala
FOR RENT A VERY LARGE ROOM. CEN
traL suitable for sample-room. Phone East
LODGING. 50C UP. 504 WASHINGTON
st , beU 15th and 16th; also 235 Clay, cor. 2d.
3S9 ALDER ST. LARGS FRONT ROOMS,
with or without hoard, all conveniences.
FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH AND ALL
modern conveniences. 67 North 20th U
393 12TH NEWLY FURNISHED; PRIVATE
family:-Jath. gas, phone: reasonable
FOR RENT SUITE OF TWO UNFURNISHED,
rooms. The Jefferson, 5th and Jefferson.
Cheapest and beat-located rooms In Portias!,
$1 week up. Gilman. 1st and Alder sts.
ROOMS FURNISHED OR-UNFURNISHED;
adults only. 2t 14 th. near Jefferson.
41 ELLA. NEAR WASHINGTON. FUR
nished rooms, oath, gas, phone.
THE STERLING. 533 COUCH. COR. 16TH
St. Rooms and boards Phone Main 439.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
board; gas, bath, phone. 38 7th.
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD, $IT
per month. 515 Nor thru p.
A'MBRICAN EXCHANGE. 298 FRONT ST.
Newly furBlshed rooms.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM: