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THE MORNDTG OBEGOMAy, TUESDAY, MY. 16y 19Q5.
NAME THE OFFICERS
Conductors Elect E. E. Clark
as Grand Chief.
RIVALRY OF THE CITIES
Memphis,. Boston, Cincinnati, New
Orleans, Detroit and Fort Worth '
" All Seek to Be Next Conven
tion Place of Order.
CONDUCTORS ELECT OFFICERS.
The following officers of the Grand
Division were elected yesterday:
Grand chief conductor E. El Clark,
Cedar Rapids. Ia.
Assistant grand chief conductor A. B.
Garretson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Grand secretary and treasurer TV. J.
Maxwell, Cedar Rapids, la.
Grand senior conductor C. H. Wll
kins. Cedar Rapids, la.
Grand Junior conductor 1. E. Sbep
yard, Philadelphia, Pa.
"With tonight -will come the end of the
thirtieth annual session o the Order of
Hallway Conductors. Tomorrow morning
the special trains carrying the delegates
and their friends will leave Portland for
the return journey, and by the end of the
-week 4000 -people will be telling neighbors
in over 1D00 cities and towns that there is"
no place quite so good as the "Rose City."
Yesterday's session was taken up by a
discussion of the Insurance laws, no de
cision being reached, and the election of
some of the grand officers. E. E. Clark
was re-elected grand chief conductor
without opposition; A. B. Garrctson. as
sistant grand chief conductor; TV. J. Max
well, grand secretary and treasurer, and
C. H. "Wllkins, grand senior conductor,
were also re-elected. I. E. Sheppard, of
Philadelphia, was re-elected to the office
of grand junior conductor. The other
grand officers will be elected this morn
ing, and besides this work the decision
on the insurance law and the choosing of
the next meeting place is all that remains
to be done before adjournment. It will
be the silent vote that will determine the
next meeting place. Memphis has a crowd
of enthusiastic followers who have been
booming that city since the convention
opened. There is another crowd just as
enthusiastic -with shouts for Boston, the
home of pork and beans. There is an
other that declares Cincinnati is the only
city suited for the honor, while New
Orleans has supporters, and a town in
Michigan known to the Postofflce Depart
ment as Detroit is also in the race, with
a good Jockey up. Detroit blossomed out
yesterday with, a strong representation,
and made considerable noise about it.
Fort "Worth also announced that she
would welcome the convention of 1S07.
The delegates themselves are anxiously
awaiting the result, as the more prom
inent cities in the race seem to have
about the same strength, and it may be
a dark horse's race after all. The voting
will probably begin shortly before noon
Many of the delegates have been taking
Fide trips and enjoying themselves im
mensely. The Hood River Commercial
"Club has extended an invitation for 60 of
the delegates to -visit Hood River and take
a drive through the valley. The orchards
will be visited and the conductors will be
given such fruit as only Hood River can
produce. It is expected that the conven
tion will adjourn at an early hour this
afternoon and that the remainder of the
afternoon and the evening will be spent
by the delegates and their friends in sight
seeing. All express themselves as greatly
pleased with Portland's hospitality, and
all are enthusiastic over the city's en
vironment. AUXILIARY HOLDS ELECTION
Strong Competition for 3rany of the
Places Is Shown.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Order of
Railway Conductors went through the
ordeal of an election yesterday afternoon,
at which there was strong competition
for all the offices except grand secretary
and treasurer. That belonged to Mrs. E.
Higglns, of Columbus, O., and no one
liad the temerity to run against her. She
has held the office for 16 years and has
become the axis about which the organ
ization turns. She has seen the organ
ization grow from four divisions and 500
members to its present size of a hundred
times that many divisions and 6000 mem
bers. She knows the work and has
shown herself most capable of taking care
of It. The officer? elected were:
ytrs. P. C. Callahan. Jackson, Tenn.;
Mrs. B. F. Wilts?. Philadelphia, Pa.;
Mrs. I. S. Ruby, Kansas City, Mo., mem
bers of grand executive committee; pres
ident of Fraternal Beneficiary Associa
tion. Mrs. J. H. Moon, Toledo. O.; gen
eral secretary and treasurer, Mrs. W. N.
Drake. Boston, Mass.; Mrs. J. H. Moon,
Toledo. O., grand president; Mrs. A. F.
Coullsk. Fort "Worth, Tex., grand vice
president; Mrs. E. Higglns, Columbus, O.,
grand secretary and treasurer; Mrs." L.
H. Rlgg, Tucson, Ariz., grand senior sis
ter; Mrs. M. Hughes. Portland. O., grand
junior sister; Mrs. "W. S. Garr, Atlanta,
Ga., grand guard.
Sold Liquor From Steamboat.
CORVALL.TS, Or., May 15. (Special.)
Charles 'Wllkins, of the steamer Oregona,
paid a $50 fine here today for violation
of the local option law. He sold intoxi
cants from the steamboat to Corvallls
customers in the belief that that boat
being in the river made it a safe asylum
Xor his. traffic. Four persons have pleaded
guilty and. paid $50 fines within the past
Wild Strawberries Are Ripe.
SILVER TON", Or., May 15. (Special.)
Notwithstanding the unseasonable cool
ness, wild strawberries are ripe and are
larger than usual.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., May 1C Maximum tern
perature, "77 dec.; minimum, 46 deg. River
reading at 11 A. M.. 7.0 feet; chance in past
24 hours, rise 0.3 inches. Total precipitation,
6 P. M. to 5 P. M., none; total since Septem
ber 1, 1904. 29.97 Inches; normal since Sep
tember a. 1904. 42.66 inches; deficiency. 12.86
Inches. Total sunshine May 14. 100S. 11 hnnm
and SO minutes; possible" sunshine. 14 hours
and 5 minutes. Barometer (reduced to tea
level) at 5 P. M.. 36.87.
Fair, pleasant weather lias prevailed today
In the North Pacific States. The temperature
bas rteen seserally In all sections.
The indications are for fair weather In thie
district Tuesday, except alone the northern
coast of Washington, where showers are prob
Portland and vlctally Fair; north, to east
Westers Oregon Fair; north to east wlads.
Westers Wafchtegtofi Fair, except prefeaWy
Fifth tnd Washington Streets
Rooms, $1.M to f3.ee Per Day
According to Location.
7. T. DAVTES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
EsropeaB Pisa Roens 50c te $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
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
showers alone north coast; north to cast
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. i
Wind. t p
t s la
5 o" -
Kamloops. B. C...
Red Bluff. .
Salt Lake City....
UU1 4 IS
00 4 NW
00! 4 NW
A. B. WOLLABER.
Acting- District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 10 A. M., at Portland Auction .Rooms. 211
First St., between Salmon and Taylor. C. L
At Baker's Auction House, Alder and Park.
Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Co., Auction
eers. At the Portland Auction Room. 211 First
st., between Salmon and ' Taylor. Sale at
10 A. M. sharp. C. L. Ford, Auctioneer.
By J.- T. Wilson, at SS Knott eL. near Mis
sissippi ave., at 10 A. SI.; Lower Albino, care.
J. T. Wilson, Auctioneer.
At Gilman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washlns
ton St., at 10 o'clock A. 31. S. L. N. Gilman,
A & A. S. RITE AInswortb
Chapter of Rose Croix. No. 1
Regular meeting In Auditorium,
Scottish Rite Cathedral, this eve
ning at 8 o'clock. Work In IStb
degree. By order.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1. I. O. O.
F Special meeting this (Tuesday) evening.
May 16, 1903, at & o'clock. Oddfellows' Tem
ple, corner 1st and Alder sts. Patriarchal
degree. Members especially desired to at
tend. Visitors welcome.
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
HARMONY LODGE, A. F. AND
A. M. Special communication this
(Tuesday) evening. Masonic Tem
ple. 3d and Alder sts.. 7:30. Work
in RJL decree. Visitors welcome.
by Order W. M. RUFUS R. BALL. Sec.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY OF
OREGON The annual meeting of the mem
bers will be held In the parlors of the City
Board of Charities this evening at 8 o'clock.
Members and friends earnestly Invited to at
tend. F. E. BEACH, Secretary.
OREGON LODGE, NO. 1. K. OF P. Regu
lar convention tonight in K. of P. Hall. Mar
quam bldg. Esq. work. Cordial Invitation
extended to all visiting Knights.
EUGENE H. DOWLING, a C.
E. D. CURTICE. K. of R. and S.
M'DONALD In this city. May 10. 1003, at
her late residence, 497 Gautenblen ave..
Minnie M. McDonald, aged 28 year.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral services,
which will be held at Finley's Chapel at 2
P. M. Tuesday. May 16. Interment at
Lone Fir Cemetery.
BELT In this city. May 14, 1905. George W.
Belt, aged 72 years. Friends anad acquaint
ances are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services, which will be held at the
family residence. 723 East Stark St.. at 10
A. M. today. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
CALHOUN In this city. May 15. 1905, at the
family residence, 269 East 34th eu, Simeon
II. Calhoun, aged 67 years 3 months and 20
days. The funeral services will be held at
the above residence at 2:30 P. M. today.
M'DONALD In this city. May 10, 1903, at her
late residence, 407 Gantcnbeln ave.. Minnie
M. McDonald, aged 28 years. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral cervices; which will be held
at Finley's Chapel at - P. M. today. May
16. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
HTDE In this city. May 15, 1905, Albert
Hyde, aged 51 years. Funeral will take
place Wednesday, May 17. at 11 A M.. from
Dunning, McEmtee & Gilbaugh's Chapel,
7th and Pine sts. Interment Lone Fir Cem
etery. Friends Invited. Dawson (N. W. T.)
papers please copy.
DUNNING. MeENTEE GILBAUGH.
successors D aiming Camples, aader
talters and embalm era, modern la every de
tail. 7th and X'Ibo. Phons Mala 4S6. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO Undertakers aad
emhalmers. bats moved to their sew bulld
ter. Third sad Sabaes. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. M7.
3. T. TTSVEX & SOX. Funeral Directors,
coc. id a&d MadUea. Office of Ceaaty Cer
es.ee. Lady assist n Tit. Xeteaheae No. 9.
F. 8. DUNNING, VmJertaker. 414 Eatt
Aider. Xa aadstaat. Telephone Kact &,
ZT.TXEK-BYRXES CO, UNDERTAKERS,
Emb aimers, Z7S Ras'l; at 1M: lady ast.
The geographical CENTER of Portland.
The most DESIRABLE and only EXCLU
SIVE residence district In the city.
Has Improved streets, gas, electric lights,
water mains, trolley lines and sewers.
Lots sold on advaatageous terms to home
hBllders. Seeing Is beHevIar.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
88)4 Third Street, Kossa 4, Perthutd. Oregwu
Eastern Hotel Man
Aad cafe maaager open for eagagemeat:
wllllag to iavec-t saw-? capital with r
sihle parties. Adre E , O-regeataa,
Flrst-Class Check Kestaaraat
Comaected With Hotel.
C. O. SATIS, Sec and Treas.
Marquam Grand Theater
PHONE MAIN SC8.
Wednesday Evening, May 17, 1805.
MR, REGINALD L. HIDDEN.
Edgar E. Coursen. Accompanist.
Prices Parquette. $1; parquette circle, 75c;
balcony. 75c and 50c; boxes and loges, 57.50.
Seats now selling.
EMPIRE THEATER g&
Milton W. Seaman. Resident Manager.
THE EMPIRE STOCK COMPANV,
Presenting High-Class Plays.
Matinee every day. 2:15; evening at S:13.
All this week another big success, pack
ing the house, to capacity the powerful 5
"A WOMAN'S REVENGE."
STAR THEATER l1
7 ZIXN'S FAMOUS TONY BALLET 7
OTTO FIECHTIS TYROLEAN qUINTET,
Shown by the Stardwope.
Shows 2:30. 7:30. 3 P. M. Admission. 10c
20c and 25c
John L. Sullivan here week of May 29.
THE GREAT RICHARDS.
MR. AND MRS. J. 1. LEE AND LITTLE
MR. JOSEPH BONNER.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
U I tttrttlitt W Wnni.
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and rei
off at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most magnificent view In America. Se
beautiful eBect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 8 A. M. to 'J H. a.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Universally recogrnlzed by theatrical man
agers as the leadiag instructor in stage
work, prepares pupils In elocution for
stage, pulpit, platform or society. Apply
personally or by letter.
261 Thirteenth St.
CLASSIFIED AD. HATES.
"Rooms." "Rooms and Board." "IToae
keeplng Rooms. "Situations Wanted." 13
irords or less. 15 cents: 16 to 29 words, 20
cents: 21 to 25 words. 23 cents, etc No dl
couat for additional Icftertlrtas.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today." SO cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 nerds. 40 cent: 21 to 23 vrords. SO
ceatr etc first Insertion. Each additional
hasertloB. oae-half; so further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (ranee measare agate). 13
cents per Use. first Insertion j 10 cents per
Uae of each additional Insert! oa.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregoalaa. aad left at this
office, should always be ladesed la sealed
envelope. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonian will set be responsible for
errors la advertkeaeats takes threat h the
Would you like a fine corner lot In Sell
wood on Improved streets and sidewalks, tn
two blocks from car line, for $1737 This Is
on of the many enaps we have to offer In
Sellwood real estate. We would like to show
SELLWOOD TOWNSITE CO..
Office at Sellwood and at 222 Falling bldg.
California -"Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 9200 acres of Irri
gated land in 20-acre farms at $30 to $70 per
acre one-fourth each. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to
Tulare City. - miles from Bliss Lands.
Alfalfa, com. grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from Bliss Lands (Inc.). care Sullivan &. Sul
livan. Lawyers, 610 Parrott bldg.. San Fran
cisco. At a Sacrifice
Nice, new, clean, little saloon; good
location; rent $15 per month. Will
sell cheap on account of illness of
proprietor. Will bear investigation.
A. rare snap if taken at once. Ad
dress N 76, Oregonian.
We offer for tale the beautiful and sightly
home of the late Dr. Herbert CardwelL 23th
and Johnson. There are about 2j lots with
sew 11 -room dwelling, built after the lat
est design, and will be ready lor occupancy
about June 1. For particulars see Grind
staff & Schalk. 246 Stark st.
AUSTKACTS OF TITLK
Oar rseotls are eomplet aad a ts &ata,
W tarateh abstracts yronsptly.
Ob tssarered Portland Rnl Xstata,
Kxccaurr abcttkact xxorc ce.
Xlt-tlS Chamber C
' GEO. BLACK
3I& Worcester Bfeck
GeaeraJ yraeMee. "r" T
,SatU wrk. , Bmrtat aad pari n Waal
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADK
over, exchanged; dl&moads, precious Biases
loose and men ted: watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers, the jeweler. 143 3d. sear Alder.
TO LASE-25-ROOM HOTEL IN CITY. FUR
nlshed or unfurnished. Apply to C H. Plg
gotr, lawyer, onwer. 4 Mulkey bldg.. cor. 2d
and Morrison sts.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THE BEST OFFERS YOU'LL EVER GET.
15 acres, all .fenced and In cultivation: the
very richest of creek bottom garden land;
small house, tartly good barn; Ave minutes'
walk station. 10 miles from business center
city; for only $1600.
If you want a real nice, cozy home in a
desirable part of the city, not too far to
walk from business center, full lot, with ele
gant, large bearing fruit trees, berries, and
shrubbery, very nice 7-room house, in the
same vicinity where vacant lots are sold -at
8"0: price only S1000.
These cap any prices that have been offered
In the last 10 years, and must be taken, with
in this weekA
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE COMPANY,
149J4 First Street.
DO YOU KNOW
That the White Salmon Valley lies opposite
Hood River, with a southern slope; that It
raises finer berries ten days earlier than
Hood River; that our berries are ripe now;
that we do not have to Irrigate; that we
have a better climate and richer soil than
Hood River; that our cherries, peaches and
apples are hard to excel both in quality and
quantity of production; that from one TJ-yrar-old
tree Captain C II. Cook gathered 27
boxes of Spltzenberc apples; that you can
buy One berry and orchard land for 4 less
than In Hood River? If you don't lraow
these facts, eend for our book of bargains.
White Salmon Land Co., White Salmon.
LOT 50X100 ON EAST 1ITH ST., 6-ROOM
modern house, almost new, fine garden:
price 91350: terms.
Special bargain, tine new 6-room house,
large lot, cement basement, new carpets,
shades and stoves, all for $3100; family, mov
ing away; location near East Ankeny St.
B. S. COOK & CO..
Open evenings. 251 Alder st.
ACRE TRACTS-WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $10 per
month with water. A C Churchill & Co.,
"Inc." 110 2d st.
Only 12 of our -lots left. They are the best
and the cheapest on the Heights.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO..
222 Failing bldg. Phone Main S3S3.
Choice lot on Spring St.; fine view; street
Improved; cement walk and curb; Bull Run
water; sewer: $1300. $300 cash, balance $20
per month. J S3, Oregonian.
FOR SALE QUARTER BLOCK SOUTHWEST
corner 12th and East Stark St.. with 2-story
9-room bouse and 2-story barn; $5000; terrod
$1000 down and balance In annual payments
of 11000. Mall Co.. 393 East Burnside. or
telephone Private Exchange 3L
HERMOSA PARK. SEASIDE IMPROVED
lots for sale; graded streets, sewers and
water main; finest residence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert, Jr.. Seaside. Or.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE BEAUTIFUL
lot In Willamette Heights, 50x177 feci. Tor
flrf t-claes roomlng-noune or acre property
near by. 326 Washington sC
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. LOT
fenced, fruit trees, two blocks from car;
cash or terms. Ryder, Montavilla. Phone
CHOICE NEW. MODERN. 8-ROOM RESI
dence. northwest corner Fifteenth and East
Taylor street. C W. Pallett, 304 Fenton bldg.
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10
rooms. 315 22d it. Price low. Owner, Mrs.
W. A. Dalr. The Brown. 271V: Grand ave.
500 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS-
k Bsrcatna on O. W. P. electric Hire. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car, 5c
NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, $2750-EAST MADI-
son, near E. 2i)th; full lot: temvi to suit,
James N. Davis, owner. 7 First rt.
6-ROOM HOUSE AND 0 LOTS. IMPROVED
and fenced, at Woodlawn; price $1230. Town
send, Driggs &. Co.. 2&9 Alder U
BARGAIN A FIXE LOT ON UNION AVE.,
near Russell st.. only $000. Hatfield &
Smith. 163'i -4th st-, room 32.
LOTS. 30X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE
and 40th st.; $200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 231
Alder st. Open evenings.
$75003 MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES. CLOSE
In; yearly Income $9ui; terms; East Side.
Apply l3 E. 8th St., N.
CHOICE CORNER LOT. CENTRAL. WEST
Side, good building, income $30U per month.
F 84. Oregonian.
i $2250-MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE, 50-FT.
i lot, cement walks, choice fruit- and doners.
' 722 E. Ankeny.
MODERN HOUSE JUST FINISHED. IN
Holladay's Addition. Owner must sell. F
4-ROOM HOUSE CORNER LOT. $650; $300
down. $10 a month. inquire 3SU East
5-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. $S30; $100
down, X15 a month. Inquire 380 East
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE LONG BEACH.
Wash.; $450. Donald G. Woodward, agent,
246 Stark St.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 6 MILES FROM
Morrison st. bridge. C K. Ballard. Mllwau
$1GOO-BEAUTIFUL 5-ROOM COTTAGE. CAR
lines, liberal terms. -326 E. 11th. Owner
A BARGAIN-LOT ON WILLIAMS AVE.,
near Hancock. See owner, J 86, Oregonian.
FOR SALE LOT 50X100 AT RICHMOND;
low price. Owner, 3S0 Water St., West Side.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FARMS. FARMS. FARMS.
TAFT & CO.
122-3-3-6 Ablngton Blfc. Main 136.
FEW SELECT BARGAINS.
C2S ACRES Polk County, 1 mile from
railroad station: 200 acres under high state
of cultivation; 100 acres now ready for .plow;
balance of land In oak; plenty of wood to
pay for clearing land; good house, 3 rooms;
watered by well and springs;, one of best
fenced farms In the state: R. F. D.; also
phone. High-class ranch In every respect.
Very eay terms can be had. Price. $16
138 ACRES Near Dallas. Polk County: 45
acres In cultivation. 20 acres more slashed
and cleared; balance In wood; lots of choice
fruit In good bearing; good 6-room house,
2 barns; good springs: lots of farming tools,
9 head of cattle, 37 goats, 5 hogs. 2 horses.
Everything complete. Good, modern, up-to-date
farm. Price, only $3300.
eO ACRES Near Hlllsboro. 33 acre. In
cultivation; balance In timber: 8-room bouse,
good barn, all kinds of outbuildings; 7 cows,
good team of horses, wagon and all kinds
"Of tools necessary on good farm; fine crop on
place now; splendid orchard. This Is bar
gain at $3000.
320 ACRES Well-Improved, good build
ings; best-located farm In Polk County: all
good land. Will exchange for Portland
39 Vi ACRES Good new 7-room house, large
new barn. 12 acres bops: all in .cultivation
and in crop; nice young orchard; $3000;
39 ACRES Good house and barn, all well
fenced; 30 acres In cultivation; 2 horses. 2
cows, wagons, plows, harrows and lots small
tools; lots chickens; come fruit: 1 mile of
good live town. Polk County: $3000.
60 ACRES All In cultivation; good new
house, big barn, plenty of fruit; 40 actes In
grain; well fenced; 3 horses, 2 cows, mower,
rakes, harness, plows, harrows, all necessary
tools; lots hay in barn: a beautiful little
home; X-mlle from good live town; Folk
County; price 'or everything, only $4300.
TAFT A CO,
122-3-5-6 Ablngton Block Main 156.
GET ACREAGE CONVENIENT TO PORT
LAND $200 DOWN; $100. one, two and three
years or labor, buys 10-acre tracts, choice
bop. fruit or garden land; good train serv
ice now and motor car boob. B. S. Cook &
Co.. 2S1 Alder st. Open evenings.
23 ACRES. 1 MILE FROM RAILROAD STA
tlon; good buildings, water in house, large
bearing orchard, 30 acres In meadow; imme
diate poaseaslofl: price $9000. Townsend,
Driggs &. Co.. 290 AMer st.
FREE GOVERNMENT FARM LANDS JUST
opened to settlement; level Valley land; ao
stone or timber: 'Water aad soil first class.
Room 69, Lahbe bldg.. cer. 2d aad Washing
FOR SALB-34 ACRES. OF FINE LAND ON
Johnson Creek at $0 per acre; close 10
Lents. J. L. Wells Co., 84 Grand ave.
FOR TIMBER CLAIMS OR FARM HOMK
ateads. call as or address A. C Palmer. 313
FOR SALKr-A NICB - HOME AT BEAVBK
tea; lS.aares; e-thkd eju Xei 7S, 4V
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED A3" ADVERTISED
A nice little home, located la one of the
additions to the City of KsJama; 40 acres
In all. with 30 acres In cultivation; Mad
lays exceptionally good, soil black learn:
large bearing orchard; land fenced and,
cross-fenced; 6-room frame house, with
plenty pure spring water piped to It; large
frame harn. with 24 stalls; fine view of Co
lumbia River: most of land can be Irrigated:
fine for gardening, poultry or milk ranch.
Price. $1500; terms on part.
120 acres, with 30 acres under plow, "bal
ance open pasture land; land lays nicely and
soil very rich; live water: large bearing or
chard; fenced and cross-fenced; good 3-room
house, large frame barn and other build
ings; with place go large team of horses,
harness and wagon. 11-head cattle, of which
6 are milch cows, 2 pigs, chickens, cream
separator, plows, harrows, saws, axes and
numerous smaller tools, besides household
furniture; close to school, on good county
road. 4 miles from town on N. P. Ry. and
Columbia River and 8 miles from Kalama.
Price. $2500. with terms on part.
IMCS &. WILLOUGHBY. Kalama Wash.
FREE LAND IN OREGON UNDER THE
"Carey Irrigation Act." Deed direct from
state; write or call today: booklets and map
free. B.-E. Cook Co.. 261 Alder St.. Port
land. Or. Open evenlags.
TO EXCHANGE 5 FULLY-PAID DIVIDEND
paytng shares In one of Mexico's best rubber
and coffee plantations; value $900; country
realty vicinity Portland: no agents. Address
JC L.. 276 Fremont st., Chicago. 111.
TO LEASE ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR. 27TH
and Thurman sts; ground 100x100; $700.
Mrs. C Frier, 1017 W. 17th sc. Los An
geles, Cal -
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
Can locate homeste&os. tlmoer claims. Cen
tral Oregon. T. M. O'Connell. Prinevllle. Or.
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD RELINQUISH
roent. Q 76, Oregonian.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
RESIDENCE PROPERTIES EVERYWHERE,
especially West Side; also business proper
ties and rentals for customers. Townsend,
Drigga & Co., 289 Alder, ground floor.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2U09
to $10,000; also business properties, -$3000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co..
40S Ablngton bldg.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
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 scrip on sand ready u
locate. Magtnnts It Son. 22. Falling bldg.
Horses. Vehicles aad Harness.
HORSES FOR SALE.
Two with records, 'which can be lowered:
otherti naturally speedy, that can take fast
records this season; matched teams, single
drivers, actors, strict!)' trottlng-bred of very
best and most fashionable families, and sec
ond to none. Call on Mr. H. L. Miller at
Irvlngton Track, Brook-Nook Slock Ranch.
C. X. Larrabee, SSVi 3d sU
PAIR OF BAYS. HORSE AND MARE,
weigh 2330 pounds, art sound and gcod
workers; new, heavy team harness and
new 3-Inch farm wagon: alco one goud single
drivtr. Regal Stables. 14th and Burnside nt.
SNAP-$45 BUYS BROWN HORSE. 8 YRS.
old, weight 1100 pounds, suitable for any
business; safe for ladies. Call 23 N. 14th st.
HORSES, WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds cf vehicles bought, sold and rentto.
Hubert & HalL 264 4th. Phon Main 2206.
GOOD AND CHEAP. WELL-MATCHED
team, two-seated Studebaker wagon and
double harness, complete. East 1605.
FOR SALE FINE DRIVING HORSE AND
buggy: muM.be sold at once. Lyons' Stable,
115 Union ave., cor. East Alder.
SWELL SPAN PONIES. VERY STYLISH,
j fine drivers, weight 300 each. Address 515
' E. Couch. Phone Union 3432.
LARGEST STOCK OK NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicle an oast for tale or hire. 211 Wash.
FOR SALE HEAVY DRAFT TEAM. HAR
ness and wagon. Address 1006 Denver ave.
PORTLAND BIRD CO.. 127 NORTH 5TH.
near Union Depot, carries the largest stock
of birds, animals and reptiles on the Coast;
hundreds of monkeys and parrots to select
from: we ship all over the U. S. and guar
does your Roof leak?
Repair It with Elatsrlte; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating: good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new ruufrf.
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND B1L
liard and pool tables; easy payments; wc rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col-lender.
40 3d at.
WILL TAKE $00 FOR 30 CORDS. MORE OR
tf. of second-growth wood on the Kennedy
road, 6 miles due eat 6l Morrlson-st. bridge.
Frank C Baker, owner. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE 1 30-HORSE-POWER BOILER,
I 23-horse-power engine; also brlck-maklnp
machinery. Inquire Pacific Iron Works,
TWO ANGORA AND ONE MILCH GOAT.
Can be seen first house on right. Mil
waukle road. Anabel Station, Mount Scott
SOLID OAK BOOKCASE. WITH ADJUST
able shelves and curtains, 5 feet 6 by 3 feet
3. for sale cheap. Inquire 783 Northrup st
MANTEL BED (DOUBLE); WILL PAY TO
Investigate; also 2-burncr gas heater with
tubing. Call 570 Mill or phone Front 671.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes and hats.
Call at 73 N. 3d; phone Green 428.
FOR SALE ONE EDISON TRIUMPH PHO
nograpb, 20 dozen records, everything com
plete. Phone East 1733.
18-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH: IN EXCEL
lent condition. Price. $323. W. J. Clemens,
273 Stark st.
$17 FOR A $26 KINGERY CORN-POPPER
and peanut roaster. 285 Larrabee St.; call
NEW AND 2D-HAND CASH REGISTERS
and safes: easy payments. 333 Ankeny st.
FOX TERRIERSPUPPIES FOR SALE CHEAP
919 East Everett st. Phone East 1712.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 32
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2363.
SNAP-$15 BUYS ROLL-TOP DESK. NEW.
Call 23 N. 14th at.
30-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH. PHONE
HELP WANTED MALE.
BRIGHT OFFICE BOY. 14 OR 15; CALL BE
mrcu iiu 4 . m., niui iciier 01 -appu
. cation In own handwriting. Allen & Lewis.
WANTED TO GIVE OUT JOB OF PAINT
lng two housen on outside, plain work and
paint furnished. Call 193 and 195 7th st.
WANTED YOUNG MAN (SINGLE) TO
travel and learn good-paying business.
Call 10 to 4. room 7, 413i Washington.
WANTED A SALESMAN FOR. WHOLESALE
cigar and tobacco house; suite salary and
experience. Address A S3, Oregonian.
LOGGERS. MILL HANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, others work. Sea us. U. S. Em
ployment Co., 193 Morrison. Main 1322.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN TN PORT
iaad and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write. 007 McKay bldr
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS DRY PRESS
brick setter. Apply to Portland Brick &
Tile Co.. 102 1st sc. Portland. Or.
$25 TO $65 PER WEEK MADE SELLING
sick: and' accident beneflts for the Union Mu
tiI Aid Ass'n. 705 Marquam Bldg.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS- CLOTHING
salesman; good salary to good man. Apply
Paul Strain. 285 Washington.
WANTED 1 000 MEN TO SHAVE DAILY;
besL shave in the'clty for 3 cents; largest
shop In city. 267 Flanders.
TWO GOOD. CAPABLE CARPENTERS FOR
finish work. Apply on premises, Pettygrove,
between 20th and 21st.
WANTED GOOD STOVE SALESMAN,
travel SpoVtae territory; references re
quired. Bex 740. city.
WANTED SADDLE MAKERS. APPLY TO
Great Westers Saddlery Co., Calgary. Al
A BONANZA SIDELINE FOR LIVE TRAV
eHagmea. Georga ,JM. Cole Cer. North
TmWH, Or.' .
HELP WANTED MALX.
3803 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED
at 'Hood River. Or.: parties mast coma
with camp outfit, teats, bedding and coek
lKg. utensilsr growers furnlsa camping
ground, wood and water, and will meet
yos at train or boat and haul you to fields
free. Pickers are paid 1 cents per quart;
packers. H-cent per quart; write us and
we will hand your letters to growers, -who
will write you direct when to come and
give you further particulars. Picking will
begin about May 20 to 23. Hood River
Fruitgrowers' Union. E. H. Sbepaxd. Sec
WANTED TEA AND COFFEE AGENT; A
hustling, capable man of large acquaintance
to work up a wagon route, tn city or coun
try, for established Arm; largest retailers
of the United States. Splendid Inducements
offered to the trade; no graft. Good pay to
right party. Address, stating experience and
references. Grand Union Tea Co.. Seattle.
3 BRICK MASONS WANTED BY J. L. MARS
at La Grande. Or., by May 16; 2 months"
steady work without delay; have all the
material and money ready; wages $5 and up;
It depends how much a man does;- all plain,
common work: need 3 more brick masons by
June 1: could let subcontract to the" right
men; nonunion desired.
This section Is short of able-bodied men -for
general common labor for a variety at -work
at $2 to $2.25 a day.
Corns to Portland.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North Second street.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
watchmaking, engraving. Jewelers woric;
only practical working school for Jewelers;
money made learning. Seattle Watchmaking
and Engraving School. P.-L building. Seattle.
WE ASSIST COMPETENT OFFICE MEN,
bookkeepers, stenographers, cashiers, collect
ors, salesmen, general clerical and commer
cial men Business Men's Clearing-House,
504-5 McKay bldg.
WANTED 10.000 LABORERS. LOGGERS,
mill and railroad work. If you want work
come to Portland: wages. $1.40 to $3 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co;.
240 Burmlde st.
A GOOD SIDE-LINE OF FIREWORKS ON
commission for hustler through Eastern Ore
gon. Idaho, Washington. Willamette Valley
and on the Sound: give references. T 49.
Oregon la n.-
HAVE LARGE RANCH IN EASTERN ORE
. gon; would like man with capital to go In
with me and run cattle or sheep. H 80,
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOTTLER
as first hand for beer bottling; good wages and
permanent position for right party: state ex
perience. Address P. O. Box 205. Tacoma,
WANT EXPERIENCED SASH AND DOOR
machine men. also door cutters and turn
ers; steady employment; pay good wages.
Missoula Lumber Co., Missoula. Mont.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR. CHORUS GIRLS.
comedians, sister teams, sketch teams. Illus
trated song singers, novelty dancers, musi
cian!'. 351H Morrison, room J-.
WANTED OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
Highest prices paid for men's cast-off cloth
ing, old shoes. Call 50 3d, near Pine. Peons
Hood 1862. Orders attended to.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN WHO IS SOBER
(and understands tinning, plumbing and gen
eral juunurK mtnujr juu. auuicxi j. j.
Hodson, McMlnnville. Or.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO
sell bonded whisky on commission to retail
trade. Addre;s Bonnie & Co.. 640 W. Main
st., Louisville. Ky.
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE Busi
ness; paid while learning and work guar
anteed; open evenings. Barrett. 265 Morrison
WANTED TWO GOOD BENCH HANDS:
also, a man who 'understands sotting up
stairs, (jail o5 Vaughn st., cor. 18th. J.
WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOYS
to learn mattress making; good wages. Pe
ters & Roberts Furn. Co.. 49 Front, corner
Wanted M-n to learn, barter trade; steady
practice; spert Instructions; write for
terms. Glllman's College. 627 Clay sr.. S. F.
Columbus California, wins depot: headquar
ters cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines
Sc per gloss. P. Loratl. 14S 4th. Clay 150X
WANTED PRACTICAL QUARTZ MINER TO
accompany prospectors. Addtess N 80, Ore
weavers Wanted by the Portland
Woolen Mills. Apply at the mill. St. Johns.
COATMAKER WANTED. DEIRLING & PAD
den, 503-510 Main st., Vancouver. Wash.
WANTED AT ONCE. A PRESSMAN. AD
drefs Telephone Register, McMlnnville. Or.
BRIGHT BOY. WORK IN STORE AND DE
llver. Apply before 9 o'clock. 171 3d st.
FIRST-CLASH SALESMAN, CITY. COUNV
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED A RESTAURANT WAITER AT
Oregon City. Olympia Restaurant.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCE;
references required. 232 Stark st.
DR. WALKER. 1S1 1ST. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
WANTED A PATTERNMAKER; APPLY 424
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
SENSIBLE WOMEN OF THE BEST CKAR
acter and" Influence to travel for the VlaVl
Co.; references. Address Suite 23, Lewis bidg.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
centatlves In Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED FOR THE SUMMER. A COMPE
tent woman for putting up. fruit, making
Jelly and Jams. W 79, Oregonian.
LADY STENOGRAPHER. BRIGHT. GOOD
address, for law office; give experience and
lowest salary. X 89. Oregonian.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
cell the sew telephone Index. Inqulrs W.
J. Clemens. 273 Stark at.
WANTED A GIRL IN PRIVATE FAMILY
for general housework; must know how to
cook. 427 Washington st.
A GERMAN GIRL FOR GERMAN FAMILY
to assist in general housework. 374 E.
Taylor. Phone East 2003.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAISTHANDS.
at 386 Washington st., between W. Park
and 10th. Mrs. Zelttuchs.
WANTED A" WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework, out of city: wages $20. Inquire
at 330 Washington st.
YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHIL
dren and assist with housework. Tele
phone Union 2935.
GIRL FOR GENERAL . HOUSEWORK;
wages $25. Cor. El 12th and Schuyler sts.,
or phone East 2462.
WANTED COMPETENT' GIRL TO TAKE
care of child. Apply 1100 Vaughn st., Wil
NEAT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family.' Apply 495 E. Davis, cor.
B. 10th st.
WNTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work. small family. Apply morning, 91 N.
WEAVERS WANTED BY THE PORTLAND
Woolen Mills. Aprjy at. the mill, St. Johns.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SECOND GIRL.
Apply mornings. 341 11th st,; good wages.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family. Apply 75 Ellast.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
worfc. Call In the morning. 14S N. ISth.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. GOOD COOK;
wages $25. 663 Tillamook St.. cor. 18th.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
room and good pay. Call 8 E. 20th N.
WANTED EXPERIENCED RESTAURANT
waitress. At Morris'. 321 Washington.
GIRL 'WANTED. ABOUT 16 TEARS OLD.
to take care of baby. -401 1st st.
WANTED GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY DUR-
lng daytime. Inquire 73e Hoyt su
GOOD. INDUSTRIOUS WOMAN TO COL
lect in city. 217 Oregonian' bldg.
WANTED 2 LADY AGENTS; BIG MONEY
to right party. "404 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS VEST MAKERS.
NIcoll. the Tailor. 108 Third st.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED AT OREGONIAN
Roomlng-Houee. 41 N. 3d 1st.
WANTED DRESSMAKERS. 441 MULTNO
mah st. Phone East 778.
WANTED GDD FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 181East lStB-sC
CLBRK WANTED AT COFFMANS CANDY
Store. 3e TVas&lngteH.
WANTED A XIRST-CLASS SECOND GIRL
ml RX K. lHth t. - .
KELP W"ANTXr FXXALE.
COMPETENT, REFINED YOUNG WOMAN
lor general nouseworK, very am an
family; good wages; . permanent position;
exceptional opportunity; references- re
quired. Apply Thursday afternoon, 179 SU
WANTED A SWEDISH, GIRL TO WORK
for Swedish family, general housework;
good wages. Take U car, step off at Hol
laday ave. and Adams at., 1 blocks north
245 Adams st.
WHITE. CHINESE. JAPANESE COOKS.
city; country noteis. resorts; housework,
city. Aurora. Wasco; waitresses, chamber
maid, nurse. Coast help. Drake. 203'- Wash
ington. WE PUT YOU ON THE STAGE STAGE
dancing, vaudeville acting, sketches, sing
Ing. etc, taught; terms reasonable. New
man's Theatrical Circuit, 351'.j Morrison.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR. CHORUS GIRLS
comedians, sister teams, sketch teame. Illus
trated song singers, novelty dancers, musl
al Claris. 351i4 Morrison, room 12.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking; good wages: small fam
ily. 346 Clifton, near 7th, bet. Jackson
and Lincoln. Phone Main 3016.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
work must be good cook; first-class wasea
to right party. Apply 12th and Davis, Pa
cific Coast Biscuit Co.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to sea us. Over 1000 positions svery month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors. XTtiti
Morrison. Main 1323.
GIRL WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework: willing to go to country;
good wages. Call 785 Park ave., near City
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT.
ers, cnamoermaias, general workers, st.
Louis Agency. 230& Yamhill. Phone Main
RAPID FREE-HAND PYROGRAPHIC BUR
ner for wood and leather: must furnish
.samples of wcrk. Address G 60, Oregonian.
LADIES EARN $20 PER HUNDRED WRIT
lng short letters. Enclose stamped envelope.
American Batavla Works. Batavla. Illinois.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
BOOKKKEEPERS I HAVE A SYSTEM
for checking calculations and posting with
which an error is impossible. Will send
to you for $3. S. O. Talt. Marlanna. Ark.
WANTED A GOOD HELP ON COATS. 109
6th st.. room
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
o. i r'ATlON WANTED EVENINGS BY
young man. bookkeeping or salesman; ex
perienced and competent; highest refer
ences. Address B 79. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN.
clerical work of any kind; collector or cash
ier: highest references furnished. Address
Q 88. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION AS SALESMAN: CAN
sell anything wholesale or retail; best ref
erences. H 83, Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER Oil
general office work; first-class referenced.
G 86. care Oregonian.
ENGINEER. JUST FROM THE EAST. 10
years' experience with compound condensing
engines and all kinds of boilers; have chief's
papers from Minnesota; no objections to leav
ing the city. J 77. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERT SODA
dispenser Just from the East; latest and
best trade-winning ideas. O S9. Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, all kinds
of help. Black 992, 263 Everett st.
SITUATION AT ANY KIND OF ELEC
trlcal work: thoroughly experienced. T 89,
Oregonian, or phone Union 3593.
SITUATION BY THOROUGHLY EXPERI
enced gasoline engineer. S 89, Oregonian.
or phone Union 3593.
BARTENDER. NEAT. SOBER AND CLOSE
mixer, would like situation, city or coun
try. D 89. Oregonian.
PIANIST (MALE) WANTS WORK. CAN
play shows. W. Payne. 605 West Bannock at..
SITUATION WANTED FOR FIRST-CLASS
pastry cook; hotel or confectionery. Inquire
148 4th st.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WISHES A
situation in family, city or country. C 90.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and stenographers.
WANTED POSITION .AS .STENOGRAPH
er; can assist with books. Phone Scott
CAPABLE MIDDLE - AGED SWEDISH
girl, references, desires situation, upstairs
woric and care of children; good wait.
230 Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
TWO GIRLS WANT PLACE TO DO GEN
cral housework. 522 Starr st., Alblna.
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO DO
general housework. 430 Burnside.
A RELIABLE, WELL-RECOMMENDED
lady wants position as housekeeper or
chambermaid, or work, at Fair grounds.
Address R 26. Lewis and Clark House.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
by neat woman, girl 4. 230 Yamhill. Phone
WANTED SEWING BY THE DAY IN FAM
lly by an experienced dressmaker. A 90,
SITUATION WANTED CHAMBERMAIDS,
cooks, housewcrk girls, nurstu, waitresses,
second girls. 230 Yamhill. Phone Main
MIDDLE-AGED LADY, BEST REFERENCES,
experienced in hotel work, desires situation.
230 Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
HOME LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS
Phone Scott 3846. Mrs. S. Scott.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED IN FIRST
class style. Phone Union 2127.
THE CONSERVATIVE LIFE INSURANCE
Company wants Industrial and Intermedi
ate agents to sell their Intermediate poli
cies; the most liberal agency and policy,
contracts on the market. Apply room 6,
Stearns bldg.. 6th and Morrison sts.
AGENTS TO SELL THE BEST. MOST POPU
lar faucet water filters made. Easy sellers,
good profit. Jones Manufacturing Co., Box
760, Helena, Mont.
WANTED BOOK, PICTURE AND PORTRAIT
hustlers. Rembrandt Studio, Ablngton bidg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A WELL-FURNISHED, MODERN
seven or eight-room house In a quiet and
nice neighborhood, for four or Ave months;
must have good-sized yard and be up to
date; references. N 81. Oregonian.
CALIFORNIA GENTLEMAN DESIRES
room and board, modern conveniences; per
manent: private family preferred; refer
ences given. Address R 89. Oregonian.
WANTED TWO GENTLEMEN DESIRE 2
single rooms and board with private fam
ily; permanent. central location;, state
terms. E 84, Oregonian.
WANTED TWO OR THREE NICB HOUSE
keeplng rooms by a married couple; good
location; will pay $40 a month. S 88; care
4, OR 5 YOUNG GENTLEMEN WOULD LIKE
board in private family: 5 minuted walk
from Oregonian bldg. Address T 41. Ore
gonian. WANTED-BY FAIR EXHIBITOR, A
well-lighted, well-furnished room; good lo
cality; good family. K 89.-Oregonian;
WANTED TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
with board for young married couple; state,
terms and location. Phone' East 1930.
YOUNG LADY ATTENDING COLLEGE
wishes room for light housekeeping- in pri
vate family. H 90, Oregonian.
SUBURBAN HOUSE. FURNISHED. WITH
good water, garden, bam. near car line. Ad
dress B 86, Oregonian.
WANTED BY MAN, WIFE AND CHILD
Boom .aad beard In private family.' D. 9$,