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THE HORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY,, &AY 23, 1905.
Fifth and Washington Streets
Booms, SL69 to $3.8 Per Day
AccordiBg to Locatlea.
J. T. DAVUES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
Earopcan Plan Rooa 50c to $1.50
First-Class Restanrant Ib CeaBecttoa
OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bos to and from all trains
Rates European plan, 50c, 75c, $ I , $ 1 .50, $2 per day
Sample rooms in connection
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, May 22. Maximum tempera
ture. BO deg.; minimum, 46. River reading
at 11 A. M., 7.2 feet; change In past 24
hours, fall, 0.2 feet. Total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.65 Inch; total since Sep
tember 1. 1JH)4. 31.07 Inches; normal, 43.22
inches: deficiency. 11.55 Inches. Total sun
shine May 21, 1905, 25 minutes; possible. 15
hours and 11 minutes. Barometer (reduced
to sea level) at 5 P. M., 30.04.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
o 5" 2. 2.
IS C3 r
3 a r-
Baker City 540.06! 6ISW
Boise xzfi moio.001 4W
1 CI ear
Helena. 1,68 0.001 4 SW
Kami oops, B. C. .
Pocatello. .. .
Salt Lake City...
60 T I.. ...
... .5010.141 SISW
5610.56 12 SE
52 0.121 8JE
621 T I 4NW
Moderately heavy rain has qccurred today
in the Willamette Valley and in Western
Oregon. Elsewhere throughout the North
Pacific States the precipitation has been In
the form of light scattering showers.
It is unseasonably cool In all districts this
evening, the temperature being from 15 to 20
degrees below the normal In Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho.
The indications are for showery -weather In
this district Tuesday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight. May 23:,
Portland and vicinity Showers. South to
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Showeis. South to west winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllraan's Auction Rooms, 413 Washing
ton St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gil
At Baker's Auction House, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Co.,
A. & A. S. RITE, MULNO
MAH COUNCIL OF KADOSH.
NO. 1 Regular meetfng in
Auditorium. Scottish Rite Ca
thedral, this evening at 8
o'clock. Work in thirtieth de
gree. By order Em. Comman
der. WILLAMETTE- LODGE, NO. 2,
A. & A. M. Special communi
cation this (Tuesday) evening at
7:30 sharp. Work In E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
W. S. WEEKS. Secretary.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN LOYAL OR
ANGE LODGE, NO. 79 Special meet
ing this (Tuesday) evening. May 23,
8 o'clock. In Ross' Hall, 24 Union
Purple degree. Visiting brethren cordially in
vited. By order W. M.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. NO. 1. I. O. O.
P. Regular meeting this (Tuesday) evening.
May 23. 1005. at 8 o'clock. Oddfellows' Tem
ple. Golden Rule degree. Visitors welcome.
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
ANKENT At Philadelphia. Pa., May 22.
1905. Charity Pauline Ankeny. aged IS
years and 11 months, oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ankeny, of Walla Walla,
BTEWART Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services of George H. Stewart, which will
be held at Flnleys chapel at 2 P. M. today.
Interment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING, McENTEE & GILBAUGIL
successors to Dunning & Campion, under -takers
and embalmers, modern In ever,) de
tail, 7th and rine. Phone Mala 480. Lady
EDWARD HOLM AN CO, Undertakers and
embalm ers, have stored to their new build
ing, Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. FINLEY & SON, Funeral Directors,
cr. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 411 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 2.
ZELLEIt-BYRNES CO, UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers, 273 Rus'l; East 1888; lady as't.
318 Worcester Block
General practice. Investigation.
Estate work, Special and periodical audit.
Thane West XL
ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
Oar records are complete aad i t data,
tarnish abstracts promptly.
Ob imsrerrA Portland RmI Zstato.
cBccsxrr abstract trust co.
S14-X15 Chamber ef Cemmersa.
California -"Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlxs, 9200 acrea of Irri
gated land In 20-acre farms at $50 to $70 per
acre one-fourth cash. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to
Tulare City. 2 mile from Bliss Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from Bites Land One), care Salllvaa & Sul
livan. Lawyers. SO Parrott bldg, Saa Fraa--ieco.
First-Class Check Rcstaeraat
Connected WRh HeteL
C. O. DAVIS, Sec. aa& Km,
BELASCO THEATER Jg-m
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and Wash
FIRST PERFORMANCE SAT. EVE MAY 27
Regular Matinees Saturday and Sunday. Spe
cial Matinee Tups.. May 30, Decoration Day.
By Special Arrangement With the Author,
The Heart of Maryland
First Appearance in Portland of
THE BELASCO STOCK COMPANY.
PRICES Evenings. 15c to 75c; matinees.
15c to 50c Seats now selling.
Next, THE CLIMBERS,
Clyde Fitch's Masterpiece.
A DRAMATIC SENSATION.
THE INDIAN ACTRESS.
"THE HEART OF A GIRL"
Written Especially foi Majuaa by Ople Reed.
THE MANZINOS. PEDAL MANIPULATORS.
MULVEY & WARD. COMEDIANS.
NANCY RICE. HARPIST.
CHEVERLI. TRICK VIOLINIST.
MR, JOE BONNER.
EMPIRE THEATER S-n
Milton W. Seaman, Resident Manager.
Yesterday's record Packed to breathing
room twice. Empire Stock Company In the
great 5-act comedy drama
BLOW TOR BLOW
Matinee every day 2;15. Evenings at 8:15.
Never been equaled for the price.
STAR THEATER iFss.
B ARNOLD'S DOG CIRCUS
WISE. MILTON CO. ROSA LEE
MONTGOMERY & CANTOR
YOUNG & OLD LENART
RICHARD BURTON STAROSCOPE
Shows 2:30, 7.30. 9 P. M. Admlwlon, 10c,
20c and 25c.
NEXT WEEK The Great and Only JOHN
(Third and Yamhill Streets.)
KEATING & FLOOD. MANAGERS.
MONCRIEF & SMITH.
MISS .IRENE FRANKLIN.
.., ADAMS BROTHERS.
THE TWO TANN1ES. -JEAN WILSON.
THE HEALEYS. i
PERFORMANCES 2 :30. 7:30 and 0PM
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS TO ANY SEAT.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
HAWTHORNE TERRA CK
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and get
oft at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most magnificent view In America. Sea
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 9. A. M. to 9 P. U.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Universally recognized by theatrical man
agers as the leading instructor In stage
work, prepares pupils in elocution for
stage, pulpit, platform or society. Apply
personally or by letter.
261 Thirteenth St
Nineteenth and Morrison.
PORTLAND VS. OAKLAND
MAY 23. 24. 25. 26, 27, 28.
GRANDSTAND. 25c. CHILDREN. 15c
CLASSIFIED AD. SATES.
-Boohs," "Rooms and Board." "Hoaso
k replug Rooms." "Situations Wanted," 15
words er less, 15 cents; 18 to 20 -words, 28
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dii
ceaat for additional insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words. 40 ceatai 21 to 25 word. 50
cents, etc first insertion. Each additional
Insertion, ece-halfi so farther dhvcoaat un
der obo month.
-NEW TODAY" (gasge measure agate), 15
cents per Use, first laaertlpn: 10 coats pet
line ef each additional tasertsea.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlwn. aad left at tab
office should always be inclosed la sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required en sack
The Oregealaa will net he responsible for
errors la adrertisesieaU takes tarengh the
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT, MADE
over, exchanged: diamonds, precious atones
loose and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers, the Jeweler, 143 Cd. near Alder.
The geographical CENTER of Portland.
The most DESIRABLE and only EXCLU
SIVE -residence district In the dry.
Has improved streets, gas. electric lights,
water mains, trolley lines and sewers.
1x3 ts sold on advantageous terms to home,
bulldera. SeelBg'ls believing-.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
MVs Third Street, Seeat iPsrfcUa. Oregea.
In most desirable part of Portland
Heights. This place has just been com
pleted, and is strictly modern in every
respect, with 10 large rooms, five fire
places, hardwood floors and elegantly fin
ished throughout. Anyone desiring a home
ready to occupy will do well to investi
gate THE HART LAND CO., 196 Sher
Pianos and Organs
Never again will you have a chance to get
an Instrument at a price and terms as dur
ing this sale; $400 pianos go for $275 and
S250 pianos go for J 145. Terms from 13 per
month up. A, W. Meyer, 74 6th St., sear Oak.
We offer for sale the beautiful and eichtly
borne of the late Dr. Herbert CardwelL 25th
and Johnson. There ara about 2$& lots with
new 11-room dwelling, built after the lat
est design, and will be ready for occupancy
-About June L For particulars see Grtnd-
Etas & Bchalk. 26 Stark st.
Quarter hlock on Third st, with sub
stantial brick Improvement; now netting
over 10 per cent and unincumbered by
leases. Present offers will net over 12
ter cent. Best buy In city. Phone OWN
IR, Main 6S3, or call 108 Sherlock bldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THE BEST BUYS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
55500 A grand, palatial 0-room resi
dence; furnace and all modern conveni
ences; swell locality on Hoyt st.
$3500 Beautiful corner lot; very stylish,
modern 7-room residence; on Clackamas
st-. Holiaday's Addition.
$2850 A 5-acre poultry ranch, all modern
in design and conveniences; stocked and
equipped; 5 minutes walk electric cars; on
a highly Improved drive, convenient to
$2500 Stylish and strictly modern cot
tage home on E. Morrison sti, nearly quarter-block.
$2000 Full acre lot, beautiful lawn,
shrubbery; charming 5-room cottage,
poultry yard, barn and other outbuildings;
choice variety fruit, lovely garden; three
blocks electric cars.
$1000 Beautiful, high ant sightly lot,
with modern 0-room residence. E. 27th,
$1200 For a beautiful cottage, home on
E. 22d. near Ankeny st. This Is one of the
best buys .on the East Side.
$1150 Quarter-block, S-room house, neat
and new; 1 block electric cars.
.$700 Full lot, with new and cosyv cot
tage, Ainsworth ave 1 block Union ave.
$300 Nice 3-acre piece. Clackamas.
YOU WILL NEVER GET THE BARGAINS
UNTIL YOU SEE
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE COMPANY.
140 FIRST STREET.
SEE THE DUNN-LAWRENCE COMPANY
FOR SUBURBAN ACREAGE.
Beautiful 8 and 10-room tract, high and
sightly, rich soil and comparatively level;
part of It Is cleared and has bearing fruit
trees; within 5 miles of the Courthouse, West
Side; $160 per acre; liberal terms.
Oak Grove, Willamette River front acre
tracts; deep waterfront; fine sandy beach,
high bank; $150 to $250 per acre
Beautiful improved homes, from 2 to 10
acres each; convenient to electric cars.
17 acres. 1 mile from Beaverion; nice and
nightly place; rich soil; only $700.
A nice 20-acre farm, with beautiful build
ings, all stocked and equipped; horse, wagon,
harness, cows, cattle, pigs, chickens, ducks,
farm Implements and crops; on mall route.
12 miles Vancouver; $1650.
Apply at H9H First street and 109 Grand
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 Tar
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 U-year-old
tree Captain C H. Cook gathered ,27
boxes of Spltzenberc apples; that you can
buy fine berry and orchard land for H less
than In Hood River? If you don't know
these facts, send for our book of bargains.
White Salmon Land Co.. White Salmon.
J. S. COLLINS. REAL ESTATE AND
Confectioneries, Ice cream parlors cigar and
tobacco store, on Russell st.. near car line.
J. S. Collins. H0H Russell street.
Near carshops and ferry landing. 23 fur
nished rooms, large dining-room and kitch
en, rent $25 per month; doing a good busi
ness. J. S. Collins. Hi Russell street.
Photic Union GSS1 and East 917.
GENUINE SNAP 40 ACRES, hi PRICE. 15
in cultivation, fronts SO rods on fine graveled
road, electric car line runs through it; one
third mile from Lents, G miles from Port
land, 5-ccnt fare, living water, good tract to
divide: remember price, only $130 per acre;
adjoining land mlllng from $250 to $350 per
acre. O. R. Addlton. Lents, Or. Take II u
Scott car. 5 cents.
NEW C-ROOM HOUSE WITH FULL BASE
ment, near E. Ankeny at.; price $2400.
House, near Williams ave, $2500.
House on E. 11th st..$1350.
5-room house in Kern Park, $t50.
Two lots North Irvington. $200 each.
B. & COOK & CO..
Open Evenings. 251 Alder St.
Only 12 of our lot left. They are the best
and the cheapest on the Heights.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO..
222 Falling bldg. Phone Mala S3S3.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
ns 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.
SPLENDID INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY:
Four centrally located new modern flats,
rented for $1500 per annum, for sale; net
13 per cent above Insurance and taxes;
owners need money In other investments.
P 93. Oregonlan.
RIVER FRONT PROPERTY LARGE WARE
house on east side of Front su, bet. Morrl
(Kin and Madison ets., for sale; 50x190 feet;
two floors: property paying good Interest on
amount asked for it. Inquire of owners, "S3
North rup st.
HERMOSA PARK. SEASIDE IMPROVED
lots for sale; graded streets, sewers and
water main; finest residence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert, Jr.. Seaside. Or.
N. 21ST ST. JUST BEING COMPLETED,
modern G-room house with all up-to-date
requirements; owner will sell on easy
monthly payments; price $2750. Q 93.
NORTH 21ST ST. JUST BEING COMPLKT
ed, modern six-room house with all up-to-date
requirements; owner will sell on easy
monthly payments; price $2750. Q 93.
$5000 1 0-room modern bouse and full lot.
349 20th 6U. near Savler; easy terms. For
full particulars phone Main 316.
SPLENDID NEW, MODERN SIX-ROOM
house. 765 York sr., for sale on easy monthly
payments. Phone owners. Main 447: price
WEST SIDE IMPROVED PROPERTY. $4500.
paying 10 per cent, $7500 paying 20 per cent,
L. E. Thompson & Co.. 22S 3d.
LOTS. 30X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE.
and 40th st; $200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251
Alder st. Open evenings.
$1650-NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE AND 2
large lots on cor. Grand ave. and Shaver et.
See owner, 394 Shaver st
.$7500-3 MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES. CLOSE
In; yearly income $900; terms; East Side.
Apply 95 E. Sth St.. N.
FOR SALE 6-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT 60x100
on 24th and Reed, near Fair ground. In
quire at 270 Alder st.
A PARTLY FURNISHED COTTAGE: WEST
Side, for $1750; easy terms: secure It. Ad
ply 453 12th. st.
BOARDING-HOUSE. WITH OR WITHOUT
furniture; East Side; excellent neighborhood.
E 9S, Oregonlan.
$2250 MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 50-FT.
lot. cement walks; choice fruit and flowers.
722 E. Ankeny.
VACANT LOTS, EAST SIDE. INQUIRE W
Campbell. 775 East Burnslde. cor. 24 th
Phone East 766.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 8 MILES FROM
Morrison at. Bridge. C K. Ballard. Mllwau
FOR SALE 6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
basement and nice laws; owner. Phone Main
FOR SALE FRACTION OF A LOT. IN
qalre SS0 E. 9th N., Hellaaay ave
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
6 ACRES CLOSB TO ANKENY-MONTA-vtlla
car. beaattful leeaUea. all cultivat
ed, trait and strawberries, sellable for plat
ting Into half-acre tracts, part time. Pit
ten ger, 345i Morris.
FOR SALE S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
with or without furaKare; everyttalag first
class; fall cement basemeM. porcelain bath,
etc H. E. Martin St Co., 730 Chamber of
SMALL DAIRY AND CHICKEN RANCH IN
city limits, nice little bouse, aaple out
buildings, ground 100x200; terms to suit;
price $500. R 93. Orego&Un.
$40,000-160x100 GOOD BUSINESS PROP
erty. brick. Improvements, rented $373 per
month, chance to Increase, no agents. ' Ad
drtss Box 2005. city.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. LOT
fenced, fruit tree two blocks from car;
cash or terms. Ryder. Montavllla. Phone
CHOICE NEW. MODERN. S-ROOM RESI
dence. northwest corner Fifteenth and East
Taylor street. C W. "Pallett. 504 FentoA bldg.
FOR SAL MODERN HOUSE Or 10
rooms. 215 22d st. Price low. Owner. Mrs.
W. A. Dalr. The Brown. 271H Grand are.
WILLIAMS-AVE. BUSINESS LOT. NEAR
Hancock, cheap, or might trade for house
and lot, M. Walton. 270 Washington st.
000 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Barralns on O. W. P. electric Use. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Ml Bcott car, 5c
FOR SALS OR LEASE 100 FEET SQUARE
Thurman sc. between 27th and 2Sth, near
Exposition grounds. Apply 83 3d sL
HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT NEAR
Columbia River with house for sale or
trade. Room 9, Washington bldg.
BARGAIN BEAUTIFUL NEW 7-ROOM
house, close In. $500 cash payment. 812
5-ROOM HOUSE. HIGHLAND PARK. COR
ner lot, $150 first payment; bargain. 612
HOUSES BUILT EASY PAYMENTS: FUR
nisb lots If desired. 612 Commercial bldg.
FOR SALE LOT 50x100 AT RICHMOND:
low price. Owner. 360 Water St.. West
CORNER LOT AND 6-ROOM HOUSE. $1000.
L. E. Thorn p scon & Co., 22S 3d.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
Farms of all kinds with small or large
acreage: prices that cannot be duplicated;
come see ns; a sample bargain:
120 acres, with 30 acres under plow, bal
ance open pasture land; land lays nicely
and soil very rich; live water; large bear
ing orchard: fenced and .cross-fenced; good
5-room house, large frame barn and other
buildings. With place go large team of
horses, harness and wagon. 11 head cattle,
of which 6 are milch cows, 2 pigs, chick
en. cream separator, plows, barrows, 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 6 miles
from Kalama. Price. $2500. with terms on
part. IMUS & WILLOUGHBY, Kalama,
600-ACRE FARM. 20 MILES FROM PORT,
land, on N. P. R. R. and Columbia River;
200 acres upland and 300 acres bottom land;
2 bouses and barns. This can and will be
sold at a sacrifice if taken at once. Call on
us for prices and terms. . Knapp A Mackey.
room 2, Chamber of Commerce.
FARM FOR SALE 340 ACRES IN DOUG
las County. Oregon: good Improvements. 8
room house, barn and all needed outbuild
ings: only $13 per acre. Address Emerson
De Puy. 'Des Moines. Ia. .
FREE LAND IN OREGON UNDER THE
"Carey Irrigation Act." Deed direct from
state; write or call today: booklets and map
tree. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder st.. Port,
land. Or. Open evenings.
FREE GOVERNMENT FARM LANDS JUST
opened to settlement: level valley land; no
stone or timber: water and Boll first class.
Room 6G, Lab be bldg., cor. 2d and Washing
FOR SALE 330-ACRE FARM; WELL IM
proved; bottom; on Columbia River. Will
feed 75 cows. M. r. Whalen. Woodland.
BEAUTIFUL ISO-ACRE FINE, IMPROVED
fajm on Willamette. 19 miles from Port
land, for $65 per acre. F. Fuchs. HDVi 1st.
FARM HOMESTEADS. DESERT CLAIMS
and cheapest Irrigated land on market. A,
C. Palmer. 315 Oregonlan bldg.
FOR SALE 50-ACRE FARM. NEAR JS
wego. Max Smith, the Savoy Restaurant.
168 Fifth street.
FOR SALE FINE DAIRY AND GRAIN
farm, 200 acres, only $4u00; big bargain. V.
Cladrd. Sclo. Or.
100 ACRES FINE LAND. $3 AN ACRE,
third cash, balance long time. 314 AUsky
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
WE HAVE SOME FINE CANCELLED TIM
ber claims. 2 to 4 miles of R. R.; no fee un
til filing accepted: expenses paid if not as
represented. Pacific Timber Co.. 107& 6th
St., room 1.
RELIABLE PARTY WILL LOCATE YOU
stone and timber claim;, cut 3,000.000 each;
cheap location fees. 22" Washington. St.,
HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT. BE
tween Hood River Village and Mount Hood.
Address P. O. Box 303. Hood River, Or.
THREE TIMBER CLAIMS. 3.000.000 GUAR
anteed. near Columbia River, Inexpensive
trip, fee reasonable 314 Allaky bldg.
160 ACRES TIMBER. 3.000.000 FIR. NEAR
logging stream, large body timber adjoin
ing; $7.50 per acre Box 503.
YELLOW PINE TIMBER CLAIMS. GUARAN
teed 2t, millions. A. a Palmer. 315 Ore
Can locate homesteacs, timber claims. Cen
tral Oregon. T. M. O'Connell. Prtnevllle. Or.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
I WISH TO PURCHASE 8 OR 0-ROOM
residence. location with good view pre
ferred. Address, naming spot cash price
and full particulars. Q 90. Oregonlan.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2009
to $10,000: also business properties. $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting St Co.
40S Abington bldg.
WANTED TO BUY MODERN COTTAGE. $15
down and $15 monthly. Including interest.
A 4, Oregonlan.
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.
SANTA FE FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
will still take timber lands. Sioux scrip
will take unsurveyed land. We have both.
Maglnnls & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. ANY SIZE
tracts: immediate delivery. W. G. Howell,
53S Chamber of Commerce.
TO LEASE ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR. 27TH
and Thurman sts; ground 100x100; $700.
Mrs. C. Frier. 1017 W. 17th st.. Los An
SNAP SMALL PIECE GROUND OUTSIDE
Fair Grounds, good location for stand,
cheap. P 1. Oregonlan.
TO EXCHANGE FINE BRICK BLOCK
and 9-room house for Los Angeles or
County property. 230 Russell sC. B.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
I HAVE JUST ARRIVED WITH CARLOAD
of horses and mares weighing from 1000
to 1350 pounds, all well-broken, suitable,
for express, delivery, farm and driving
purposes. Call Regal Stables. 14th and
JUST ARRIVED ONE CARLOAD EASTERN
Oregon horses, weighing from 1000 to 1500
pounds; also several good .drivers; will be
for sale at Portland Union Stockyards. E.
$43 BUYS BROWN HORSE. S YEARS OLD.
weighs 1106 pounds, suitable for delivery;
very genUe Call 23 N. 14th st. Ask for
Mr. Hays horse
XOREESL WAGONS. HARNESS. JILL
alsSs of vehicles bought, sold asd reettd.
Hafeert St Hall. 264 4th. Fhea Mala 2386.
GOOD AND CHEAP WELL-MATCHED
team, two-seated Stndebaker wages. dosMe
harness, complete East 1665.
GOOD HORSE. HARNBS6 AND COVSKBO
wages; goed for deHvery parpose. 'Inquire
at SW Jeffersoa st, r
Morses. Vehleles aaa Harass.
A MATCHED TEAM OF 3666-POUND
draft horses: heavy wagon and harness.
323 Chapman st.
SEVERAL, rabber-tlred buggies, wagees and
earreys. Cor. IStB and Thurman. Mala 367B.
LARQB6T STOCK. OF NSW ANI 2D-HAND
vehicles ea roast for sale er hire. 211 Wash.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE
Next session begins July IT.
GOOD PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP OR RENT.
66 North 11th st. Phone West 2527.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old lroa.im or ahlngles; best for new root.
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2, Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALS-NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL
llard and pool tables; easy payments; we ren
tables, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Bruaswlck-Balke-Col-lender.
46 3d st.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes and hats.
Call at 73K N. 3d; phone Green 428.
EDISON'S MOVING PICTURE MACHINE
and all appliances; films and slides, at a
bargain. Room 10 Washington bldg.
FOR SALE PAYING MASSAGE PARLORS:
bargain If taken at once. X 4, Oregonlan.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 32
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2363.
HELP WANTED MALE.
ENGINEER, EXPERIENCED FOR WOODS,
Two scalers. $2.50; hook-tender. $2.50; dam
man. $2.50; rigging rustlers, $2.75: signal
boy. $35: sawmill hands, $2 to $2.23.
Carpenter, rough work. $3 day, free fare;
3 rough carpenters, frame R. R. tunnel tim
bers. $2.50. free fare; carpenters, city, $3.50.
Second cook, hotel. $50; waiter, first-class
resort, $35; lunch men; camp cook. $60 to
$75; kitchen help, many others
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
28 North Second St.
5000 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED
at Hood River. Or.; parties must come
with camp outfit, tents, bedding and cook
ing utensils; growers furnish camping
ground, wood and water, and will meot
you at train or boat and haul you to fields
tree. Pickers are paid IVi cents per quart;
packers, tt-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 2u to 25. Hood River
Fruitgrowers' Union. E. H. Shepard. Sec .
MEN WANTED FOR SO MILES OF CON
structtorr work on Alaska Central Ry. at
Seward. Alaska; 50 small contractors, 20
rock foremen. 100 station men, 500 laborers,
$2.75 per day; board $0 week. Reduced- rates
on steamers sailing May 20 and June 1;
contractors and foremen apply office of Chief
Engineer. Denny bldg. Station men and la
borers apply Ltlyman & .Renard. 103 W.
Main sC, SeatUe Wash.
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.
WANTED MAN TO OPERATE 43-FOOT
gasoline pleasura launch; must be temper
ate, competent and conversant with river
channels; at least six months steady work
to right party. Apply O. P. Graham. 41
E. Water st.
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, sjeattie.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR-rCHORUS
girls, comedians, sister teams, sketch teams,
illustrated song singers, novelty dancers, mu
sicians. Newman's Vaudeville Circuit c
School of Acting, 3S1U Morrison.
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 Burnslde sL
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO TAKE PART
In the Grand Pageant of Klralfy. Car
nival of Venice: 10 weeks' engagement.
Apply at Marquam Grand Theater at -7
WE PUT YOU ON THE STAGE-STAGE
dancing, vaudeville acting, sketches, sing
ing, etc. taught; terras reasonable. New
man's Theatrical Circuit, 331 Morrison.
WANTED MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS" FIR
lumber to run and file band resaw; state
experience antf wages; also shingle sawyer.
H. J. Miller Lumber Co.. Chehalls. Wash.
ONE COMPETENT (NONUNION) CARPEN
ter to do general building work and at times
run a gang successfully; nine hours; $4.uu;
steady work. J. L..Mars, La Grande. Ur.
WANT EXPERIENCED SASH AND DOOR
machine men, also door cutters and turn
ers; steady employment; pay good wages.
Missoula Lumber Co.. Missoula. Mont.
WANTED MANAGER AND SALESMAN
for carpet and furniture department; one
first-class drapery salesman. Clerks' Reg
istration Bureau. 263 Morrison st.
WANTED OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
Highest prices paid tor men's cast-off cloth
Ing. old shoes. Call 50 3d. near Pine Phone
Hood 1SB2. Orders attended Uo.
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE Busi
ness; paid while learning and work guar
anteed; open evenings. Barrett, 265 Morri
son ft., room 301.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A FIRST-CLASS
upholsterer and carpet man. Address, with
references. Queen City Furniture Co.. Baker
WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOYS
to learn mattress making; good wages. Po
urs & Roberts Furn. Co.. 4U Front, corner
Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice; expert Instructions; write for
terms. Glllman's College 627 Clay st.. S. F.
Columbus California wine depot;, headquar
ters cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines
5c per glass. P. LoratL 148 4th. Clay 1303.
BOOKKEEPER. EXPERIENCED IN H-ARD-ware
or machinery business: state age.
experience and salary. B 5. Oregonlan.
THREE OR FOUR VIGOROUS MEN WITH
$30Q to $500 can have agreeable and profit
able employment. Call 289 Alder st.
LOGGERS. MILLHANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, others work. Seo us. U. S. Em
ployment Co.. 193 Morrison. Main 1322.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call orf write. 607 McKay bldg.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS EXPOSITION
official magazine. $50 weekly; before 10. af
ter 4. 638 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED A GOOD STEADY INDUSTRIOUS
boy to-drive light express wagon; must give
reference. Apply 45 First st.
SIDE LINE OF FHtEWORKS FOR THE
Sound, Eastern Washington and Oregon. Ad
drees W 91, Oregonlan.
WANTED 10 RELIABLE MEN FOR
steady work at Fair grounds. Call 234 Vi
Morrison St.. room 4.
WANTED APPRENTICE. AT WAGNER'S
Mirror Works; wages to start with. Call
412 Davis .
WANTED A LEAD GLAZIER. WRITE
Immediately to Pacific Mfg. Co., Santa
A BONANZA SIDE LINE FOR LIVE TRAV
ellng men. George 5L Cole Co., North
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE REQUIRES
the services of expert carpet-layers. Apply
WANTED A PLATEN PRESS FEEDER. BY
the Independent Printing company, 243 Ash
WANTED AN Al SOLICITOR. SALARY
and commission. Call at 403 Washington st.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN-
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED A TAILOR TO WORK ON
coats. Palieya Tailor Shop. 170 2d.
WANTED TWO DOMESTIC SALESMEN,
Roberts Bros., 3d and Morrison.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCB;
references requlrec. Z3Z stark st.
BOY WANTED FOR OFFICE WORK AND
as messenger. T 4. Oregonlan.
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE. GRIS-
wold &. Phegley, 131 6th st.
DR. WALKER. 1S1 1ST. CURBS ALL PRI--rate
diseases of men.
WANTED-FDXST-CLASS BARBER. STEADY
Job. 306 Madtsea- st- . -
WANTED ELEVATOR BOY. INQUIRE AT
KELP WANTED FEMALE.
16 WAITRESSES FOR FAIR ENGAGEMENT.
seaeegiru x3. bo wash.
Flrst-claes help ot all kinds to register
free for positions.
HANSEN'S LADIB6 AGENCY.
3431a Washington at., cor. 7th. r. 7. upstairs.
WANTED FOR TFT 5! VTf!H-RTTR
girls, comedians, sister teams, sketch
teams, illustrated sqng singers, novelty
dancers, musicians. Newman's Vaudeville
Circuit & School of Acting. 331i Morrison.
Hotel and Restaurant Headquarters.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
3434 Wash. st. cor. 7th. Main 2C92.
WANTED YOUNG LADY. GOOD FORM.
lor posing: also a lady piano-player. Apply
at Cascade Concession Co., on the Trail,
Tuesday A. M or Wednesday, P. M.
WANTED SALEShADY FOR DRESS
gooas; uerman preferred : one in riDbons,
laces, furnishings; Investigate. Clerks'
Registration Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
GIRLS D? YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see ua Over 1000 pcaltloa every moats.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, M3
Morrison. Main 133.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO
cook, light housework, no washing, comfort
able home; must give good references. 255
12th St.. near Main.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
small family; good wages; must sleep at
home; references. Call mornings at 597
WANTED 5 GIRLS 16 YEARS OR OVER
to tend spinning machines. Office. 14th
and Northrup, S street-cars. Portland
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
must be good cook and not afraid of
work: good wages and location. 305 Lar
rabee. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT-
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230& Yamhill. Phone Main
DARKROOM WORKER. MUST BE COM-
petent to develop, print and finish pictures;
give experience Address X 91, Oregonlan.
WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GEN-
eral housework and plain cooking. 32S Haa
salo st. Phone East 3091, during forenoon.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY RE PRE
sentatlves In Portland and throughout, state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED A GIRL FOR CANDY STORE.
none but competent need apply; steady posi
tion to a reliable glrL 323. Morrison st.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED EVERYWHERE
to represent first-class company; chance for
steady Income. K 4, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADIES EXPERIENCED IN
candy business; no others need apply. Call
at 344 Washington st.. 11 A. M.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. Apply mornings.
SS3 E. Taylor st-. corner 29th.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
tell the new telephone Index. Inquire W.
J. Clemens. 273 Stark st.
WHOLESALE HOUSE WANTS YOUNG
lady stenographer; beginner preferred. Ad
dress B 100. Oregonlan.
BURNT WOOD AND LEATHER WORKER,
must letter well and be rapid worker. Ad
dress Y 91, Oregonlan.
WOMAN OF ABILITY TO TAKE RESPON
sible polsltlon for city firm; must be. over
25. X 99. Oregonlan. -
TAILORESS TO ASSIST ON ALTERATIONS.
Call today, Brownsville Woolen Mill Store.
3d and Sunk sts.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. small family. Call 181 E. 16th. Phone
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work; wages $23. Apply 389 Montgomery-
WANTED KITCHEN AND DINING-ROOM
help at the Yankee Boy, Front and Co
lumbia. EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL WANTED.
Call at 321 N. 24th st. before 10 o'clock
GIRL TO ASSIST IN CARE OF CHILDREN.
295 24th. cor. Pettygrove Phone Main 6230.
WANTED A WOMAN TO DO KITCHEN
work in a private boarding-house, leu otn.
EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE - DIPPERS
wanted at 62 Union ave, E. Portland.
GIRLS WANTED TO WORK IN CANDY
factory. Pacific Coast Biscuit Co.
WOMAN OR GIRL TO DO COOKING. AT
Baumann Hotel, 412 N. 19th st.
A GOOD COOK WANTED. CALL AT S12
Kearney st.. bet. 24th and 25th.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK; FAM
lfy of two. 710 Johnson st.
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK: GER
man preferred. S3 Sth st.
SHIRT AND WAIST HAND. MADAM I.
Mailer. 345 Washington st.
GIRL FOR CANDY STORE. CALL AFTER
1 P. M., 353 Morrison st.
WANTED LADIES. $12 AND $15 PER
week. P 2. Oregonlan.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. IN
quire at 148 N. 18th.
GIRL WANTED TO WAIT ON THE TA-
ble. 89 3th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. 242
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WAITRESSES. WOMEN COOKS. CHAM
bermatds. show irirls. -$12; domestics, dish
washers, service waiter (room, tips), cooks
($30. $30). milker. Drake. 203 Washing
ton. RELIABLE PERSON AS GENERAL AGENT
$18 per week. Phone Scott 745.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED STENOG
rapher. bookkeeper and notary public de
sires work in connection with law office
with privilege of study; salary not ma
terial; best of references; machine fur
nished if desired. Address N 1. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
appearance wants position of salesman; has
references and first-class salesmanship
guaranteed. Samuel Wolfson. Condon Ho
tel, cor. Sth and Alder sts.
WANTED POSITION BY BOOKKEEPER,
stenographer and general office man, thor
oughly experienced; first-class references;
have good position, but desire to change.
Address L 97. Oregonlan.
MAN OF "INITIATIVE TACT. WIDE Ex
perience In dealing with people, who had
charge of booth and lectured at St. Louis,
is open for similar responsible position;
highest testimonials. F 4, Oregonlan.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COOKS. STEW
ards, head waiters, waiters and employes
for the Fair Grounds. Books open. Take
L car. 3d street or new ferry, 107 Russell
street, cor. Mississippi, Cb. Williams.
MAN (35). ENERGETIC, GOOD JUDG
ment. accustomed to positions ot trust,
open similar position in connection with
restaurant, boarding-house or otherwise;
highest testimonials. E 4. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. GERMAN. RE
sponslble and best of character, used to all
kinds of work, and also business experience,
would like a position. Address 320H Front
st.. room S.
STEAM FITTER DESIRES POSITION FAC
tory or mill, city or country; can handle
men or work from print; best references. T.
Cllsham. 15 E. 3d.
YOUNG JAPANESE DESIRES POSITION
at chamberwork In hotel or boarding
house. Aklyama, Japanese Mission. Phone
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN DESIRES Po
sition as ticket-seller or .taker for conces
sion on Trail; references. H 4. Oregonlan.
BY THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED OASO
Une engineer; can run any make of en
gine G 98. Oregonlan. Phone Union 3593.
YOUNG MAN. STRANGER IN CITY,
wants position of any kind: can furnish
best ot references. ,B 4, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, ail kinds
of help. Black 962; 268 Everett st.
CAPABLE JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITU
atlon in respectable family to do cooking
and hoCsework. R 4. Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS TOOLMAKER WOULD LIKE
to have steady. Job or poslttsa; references
aiven If -araatsd. K 9L Oregeaiaa.
SITUATION WANTED MAXK
TWO YOUNG MEN, HUSTLERS. WANT Po
sitions, no objection to night work.' W 4.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
SITUATION WANTED BY A THOROUGH
ly competent lady bookkeeper aad cashier;
World's Fair hotel experience M 41 Ore
gonlan. WANTED POSITION AT FAIR AS CLERK.
bookkeeper or other good work; refer
ences. Phone East 1674.
TWO EXPERIENCED SWEDISH GIRLS
want work in same family; city or coun
try. Call 647 H 1st sL. Southern bldg.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL WANTS
general or second work; no laundry; wages
$20. Phone Union 844,
A NEAT. RELIABLE COLORED GIRL,
situation light housework, cook; no laun
dry. 150 7th st.
WANTED GENERAL HOUSEWORK. WITH
out or very little laundry work. Call 207
A SWEDISH GIRL WANTS TO DO GEN
eral housework. Call 495 Everett st.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN. BEST REFER
ences, desires situation managing housekeep
er hotel, rooming-house. 2303 Yamhill.
Phone Main 5413.
WORK WANTED ALWAYS FOR WAIT
resses. cooks, chambermaids, cashiers,
clerks, housework, any race. Drake; 203H
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, waitresses, chambermaids, housework
girl, nurses. 2301a Yamhill. Phone Main
WANTED A WOMAN OF MIDDLE AGE
desires position as companion to elderly per
son; references If needed. Phone East 879.
A GOOD HOME AND CARE GIVEN PA
tients of a demented type; experienced. S
HOME LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS
Phone Scott 3846. Mrs. S. Scott.
WANTED GOOD NURSERY SALESMEN BY
the largest company on the Pacific Coast;
write for terms and full particulars to Ore
gon Nursery Company. Salem. Oregon.
Reliable experienced agents in cities and
towns of Or.. Wash, and Cal. National
Financing Co.. 208 Marquam bldg.
AGENT. WITH BOOTH AT EXPOSITION,
to handle souvenir Inclosing toilet article.
Sunset Chemical Co.. 415 Montgomery St..
San Francisco. ,
NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ADVBRTIS
Ing and eubscrfption solicitors; good propo
sition; permanent position. 638 Chamber
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED CANVAS
sers, city and country; a snap. S01 Dekum bldg
LADY AGENT SOMETHING .NEW, GOOD
llr. big wages. 215 Commercial bUc
WANTED TO BENT.
Rooms tor the Exposition
In all parts of the city.
Apply Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
200 to 203 Goodnough building.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Exposition Corporation. Phone Main 6266.
ROOMS WANTED TWO FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms near Exposition for
season: no children; state price and par
ticulars. Y 4, Oregonlan.
WANTED CHOICE ROOM WITH BOARD,
or newly furnished flat; must be close in.
West Side preferred; young married couple:
permanent. Address V 3, care Oregoman.
WANTED BY YOUNG COUPLE. COTTAGE
4 or 3 rooms, close in. will buy furniture
If rent is reasonable. Address N 4, care
WANTED COMFORTABLE ROOSI WITH
private family near Fair grounds; well fur
nished and use of bath. Q'4. Oregonlan.
STORE WANTED, CENTRAL LOCATION,
by responsible party; state particulars. Ad
dress P 4. care Oregonlan.
WANTED 10 TO 12-ROOM FURNISHED
house, central location. West Side. X 3.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUYS
all kinds of furniture, new or old, at 211
1st st. Phone Main 5655.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHTNO
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 2 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED TO EORROW $2500. GOOD PORT
land realty security. Address J 123. care Ore
gonlan. WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT-
tie of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
FOR SALE SODA WATER
complete. 3S6 Morrison st.
NEW LANGfa HOTEL.
European plan; electric lights and bells,
steam heat and elevator; bath free to guests;
rates 50c. 75c arid $1 per day; special rates
by the week. Elegant cafe and bar In con
nection. Corner 6th and Washington sts.
Earn Bauman, manager. F. Lange. prop.
THE AUDITORIUM. 20814 3D ST., BET.
Taylor and Salmon. 1 block south of Baker
Theater Elegantly new furnished, steam
heat. hot. cold running water in rooms; free
bath, rooms with private baths; elevator;
$3.50 week up; $1 day; tourists solicited.
THE PHILADELPHIA. 3D AND SALMON
Finest apartments In the city; -hot and
cold water in rooms; bath free to guests;
central, facing Plaza block and Elk foun
tain. Main 2023. J. E. M. Black, Prop.
HOTEL ARMINIUS MODERN BRICK, JUST
completed and elegantly furnished, electric
lights, hot and cold water in rooms, free
bath and phone; best part of city; rates rea
sonable. 410i Morrison St., corner 11th.
Phone Main 5263.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL NEW BU1LDINO.
with everything new throughout, elegantly
furnished, sunny rooms, modern conveni
ences: prices reasonable 492 Washington,
LARGE FRONT ROOM COMPLETELY
furnished, suitable for man and wife or
two gentlemen; private family; phone and
bath. . 206 13th st. Phone Front 639.
HOTEL NORTHERN. COR. 12TH AND
Marshall sts. New, modern; all outside
rooms; electric lights, free baths and
phone. Phone Main 1439.
THE- KINGSTON ROOMS. 100U 3D.
Joining Baker Theater, centrally 1
brick building; special attention given to the
traveling public Phone Hood 657.
THE COSMOS, 8. E. COR. 4TH AND' MOR
rison; best down-town rooms In the city; heat
and service night and day; rates $3.50 per
week and up. including bath; $1 day.
LARGE FRONT ROOM. COMPLETELY FUR
nlshed. for roan and wife or two gentle
men; private family; $20 per month. Free
phone and bath. Phone East 3358.
WHY SLEEP IN MUSTY, ILL-SMBLLING
rooms when they can be had In new, modern
house at same price; elegaut location. 414
Jefferson, cor. 11th.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH,
electric light and phone; rates very reason
able. The New Belmont, 19315 First. Mrs.
L. Zlnsley, Prop.
FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen, walking distance, fine view;
electric lights, bath and phone. 416 Lar
NICE ROOMS. NEW BRICK BUILDING, UP-to-date
furnishings; transients. 50c to $1;
special rates by week. 25114 Alder, near
STRANGERS WHILE SEEKING LOCA
tions will find pleasant rooms 4 blocks
south Hotel Portland. 230 M 6th.
NICE. CLEAN. WARM, OUTSIDE ROOMS;
electric lights: reasonable rent; day or
week. 3S7 Yamhill st.
' FURNISHED ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO
gentlemen; gas. bath, phone. 215 McMll
len. Phone East 3445.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. CLOSE IN.
hot-and cold water; rates reasonable: The
Julian. 367 7th st.