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THE MORXING OKICXXIAN. TIIUKSDAY, JUXE 5, 1913-
I OR- 8 A I.E.
Hortten, Vehicle. Etc
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE OB
Second-hand vehicle bought and sold;
ne.v wagon and auto beds made to order;
livery furnished to business parties at
420 liawthorno Ave.
Phone East 72. B 13s.
BARGAIN Rubber-tirea surrey, steel-tired
su rrty, nearly new steel -tired top buggy,
new breaking cart. rubber-tirea racing
cart, 2 work, teams, 1 big team of cheap
bruod mares, good rubber-tired dye or
laundry wagon, 2 old farm wagons and
2 dump wagons. 14 Union ave.
HKaU ciieuj worlttiorwjs, some would
maht food ranch teams; these horse
mum be sold at once, as we have no work
iui- them and want to atop feed bills;
aiso good light farm wagon and double
huructis. This stock will sell with guar
antee. 251 East 12th near Hawthorne ave.
Nice. fat. gentle horse, buggy an dhar-
r.e. ; this hwrse is a dandy; sate for a
lady to drive or ride and gentle for
cniidren. 251 East 12th,. near Hawthorne
tun SALE Lot 4, block 11, Summit Ad
dition. Portland, 5 ft. corner lot, at a
KTn-nt ice, or exrhan ge for Chicago prop
erty T. J. OMalley, 4125 North Ashland
ave., Ch lcapo.
MUST well at once, leaving city for Cay.,
roud ranch team, nearly new $105 wagon
snd good harness, all for $225. Inquire
frr Hosier's rig. 14 Union ave.
.HORSE wanted, for light delivery. Inquire
535 Mall st. Sellwood 1738.
ON E pa.tr matched hordes, half brothers, 5
years old. gentle, well broke and sound
every way; weight 2500 lbs. 635 E. Pine
sr. Trial allowed.
MY driving and work horse, weight about
1 Hmj. Open top buggy, harness; reason
able. M i G., -124 Hamilton bidg.
kinds of horses tor sale; several fancy
ones. 444 E. loth. N. Phone O. li37.
' .'a II morningi.
TAKES a pair of serviceable ranch
mares, absolutely reliable; weight 2200 lbs.
1H07 East Stark St., Monta villa.
CLOSINO out harness at wholesale price.
20Q 2d. cor. Taylor.
PASTURE for stock, close to Portland, O. L
&. S. Co. Main 1410.
Pianos, Organs and lUusiral Instruments.
PIANO Elegant mahoRany upright, almost
new - greatest bargain in city, less than
$1 B0. Call Immediately. 701 Northrup iu
LEAVING city, offer $450Tvirs & Pond pl
ano cheap. M 117, Oregonian.
Dogit, BirUft, Pet mock.
FINELY marked St. Bernard pups, from
registered and pedigreed mother and well
marked, heavyweignt father; these dogs
have behind them 7 guneratlons of win
ners. Rochat, route 2, Spokane.
Airedale terriers to protect your home and
family. Laddix Kennels, Estacada, Or.
1 urultur for Sale.
FURNITURE for residence, comprising
leather parlor furniture. library furniture,
beautiful dining suit, bedroom furnish
ings, rugs, brass beds, etc.; great oppor
tunity for thosu starting housekeeping.
Calj Immediately, 701 Northrup. W car.
F L'RNlTl'RE of 7 -room house for sale ;
everything In good condition and substan
tial furnishings ; good price If taken im
mediately ; don't ca.il up unless you mean
business. Phone C 25111.
HIGH-GRADE furniture of 7-room house,
complete; mahogany living-room set, oak
dining-room set ; ivory enamel and birds
eye maple bed sets ; imported rugs and
draperies, only $573. B 3370.
BRAND NEW FURNITURE of three-room
apartment for sale at a bargain. 272
T.i road way. Apt. 41. Main 7236.
THE furniture of 18 rooms for sale, house
for rent; good place to make your rent.
3S 6th st.
BEDROOM and other furniture, reasonabla.
Apt, foi rent. Ford ham Apts., see janitor.
HOUSE for rent, furniture for sale. 22 V
8th. city. Inquire 80 N. 5th.
FURNITURE of 3-roora cottage, rent $5;
snap. Call mornings. 711 East Tlbbets.
OFFICE furniture set for sale at a bargain.
Owner, 007 Cuch bldir.
KrhMTVllB of 6-room house for sale. 4433
61st st. S. E. Mt. Scott car.
REBUILT AND REFIXISHED.
We are not in the second-hand busi
ness. All cars listed w ere traded in on
new Winton Sixes and we made our profit
on the new cars.
There are no brokerage fees, no profit
on second-hand cars. We are glad to get
v. hat they cost us.
There arc no lame "ducks and no
'i-ome on" cars. Every traded-!n .car on
our floor Is worth owning. Furthermore,
we'll be at the same old place of busi
ness to make good on every sale.
Let us show you the great values that
you'll be proud to own.
Rebuilt Winton "Sixes" in 4, 5 and 7
pueengTS. Packard 7-passenger.
Peerless 7 -passenger.
Stovens-Duryea. 7 -passenger.
I .ozier, 4-passenger.
R. C. II. coupe, 3-pasaenger.
THE WINTON MOTORCAR CO.,
23d and Washington.
1012 OVERLAND SO, 5-pass.. foredoor, finest
1112 Regal 30, underslung, foredoor,
1012 Chalmers 86, 5-pass., foredoor, self
1012 Oldsmobile 46, 6-pass.. foredoor,
practical! v now; cost $!tf00; price $1.'!50.
lll Maxwell SO. 4 -pass., foredoor, like
Over 30 cars In stock.
CUSTOM HOUSE AUTO CO..
Cor. E. 13th and Hawthorne Ave.
SPECIAL AUTO VALUES.
A few 1012 slightly used. 40 H. P. electric-lighted,
fully equipped, special price
51100; 33 H. P.. hew and slightly used,
spe-'ial colors. $Sfl0 to $12u0.
MICHIGAN AUTO & BUGGY CO.,
514 Alder St., Corner lrtth.
AUTO OWNERS ATTENTION.
Can take your auto trimmings off. re
plate them and put hack in 2 days. Have
'iur auto plated in time for Rose Festival.
PORTLAND PLATING & MFG. CO..
22d and Thurmati sts. A 52S2, Main 043.
B l AUTIFUL electric car. 1P12 model, cost
$3400; must be sold at once; party will
be in Portland Monday only to transact
this deal; slate where you can be reached.
O il 4. Oregonian.
U s a I .E New IU 13 Paige 5 -passenger
Touring Car with full equipment. Tills car
has never been used. A bargain. Cali
Poison Imp. Co.. N. l'.il Front st.
BK AUTIFUL. big. 6-cylinder Lozier, costing
$6500. Easiest riding car on the Coast.
(Uiaranteed to be in perfect running order.
Will sell at a sacrifice. A 108. Oregonian.
FEDERAL truck, one ton, same as new. If
bought right away a bargain; owner leav
ing town; can be seen at Ml 10th st. Ask
WILL pav cash for a twin, chain drive. 5 or
7-horso motorcycle. Phone Sellwood 1!'0
evenings or call room 25 Ainsworth bldg.
Thursday and Friday.
li13 THOR motorcycle, white enamel, 7 H.
P., twin C. F. N. tandem, prest-o-llte,
horn, $2S5 cash. Call at 4S2 Wash. st.
AUTOMOBILES wanted I have some fine
lots, also a house and lot that I will trade
for automobile. ca-ll Tabor 434H.
1012 7-PASSENGER Rambler, same as new,
cost $3600; will sell for $1100. Call Tabor
FOR SALE 1 5-passenger touring car at a
bargain, inquire at ovv -Burnside st.
phone Main 960.
FLANDERS 20 Model pn roadster, perfect
condition. j;4 casn. 1'none J a nor e,i
SVs-TON motor truck for sale, only used 6
months; on installments, inquire at 12s 3d.
TWO 7-passenger cars cheap. Auto Top Co.,
Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpingtons and
White Orpingtons. 1 week to S1 mouths
old. cheap. Green's Chicken Exchange,
60 HA 13 Y ducks, one w eel; oM ; l0 one
month o;d; cheap. Greens Chicken Ex
change. 2i7 S.ilmon st. A 7033.
Koli SALE by owner. North Beach Inn,
Long Beach. Wash. ; 17 bedrooms, living
room, dmmg-room, office and kitchen;
good windmill with 7000-gallon tank. Place
completely furnished and ready for busi
ness. Lot 150400. Train stops right :it
the gate. This is r bona f'de bargain, the
one snap on North Beach. if you have
the cash don't overlook this good thing.
I will make a most attractive price on an
all-cnsh basis. Be wtee and get busy.
K 117, Oregonian.
. 4.t-horserow er. 550-volt. Crocker
Wheeler motor, complete with standard
blade starter, no voltage release and 75
antpere overload, I. T. E. circuit breaker.
In A-l condition. Address room 203, Ore.
One 125-voU direct current generator,
complete, with field rheostat, ammeter
and circuit breaker. This machine is in
sriod repair. Address room 203, Orego
nl in Mdg.
PPMP OUT YOUR BASEMENT.
Conirii'uga! pumps direct connected to
caiolin) enin; pumping capacity i!W gal.
t-er minute. Can make immediate insta:
lHUind. Gas Power 4i supply Co., 170
Lac hi neryv
A 40-K. W., 300-volt Crocker-Wheeler
generator complete, with field rheostat
and circult-brea ker, in good condition.
Address room 203. Oregonian bidg.
MANURE IN CAR LOTS.
Stockyards manure In car lota, $1 per
ton, f. o. b. cars. North Portland. Book
your orders eariv.
PORTLAND UNION STOCKYARDS CO..
North Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE RoU top typewriter or other
roll top office desk; also Remington type
writing machine, golden oak office table,
four metal and one-half space docket file.
Cheap ror cash. Mr. G., 424 Hamilton
SaFL's, new and second-hand; low prices;
easy terms- safes opened, ' repaired and
painted. PL RCELL SAFE CO. and PORT
LAND SAFE CO-. 85 Gth st. Main 6300.
FOR SALE A 12xl2-foot tent, with fly, 5
foot wall, good as new. $12. Also garden
hose and hammock, cheap. 5G7 Glisan
st. Phone Marshall 2435.
SAFES. Mosler Safe Co., manufacturers;
low prices, easy terms. Safes opened and
repaired. Bargains in second-hand safes.
10a 2d st. Phone Main 7676.
CALL on the Oregon Tent & Awning Mfg
Co.. 21 Grand ave.. for awnings and sleep.
rg-porches. phone East G2o, I 1232.
ONE of the finest 16-foot Morris canoes, in
cluding sail and leeboards. Call Rahn,
MOTORCYCLES Big cut In prices
they last; this Is your chance.
31 NORTH BROADWAY.
FOR SALE Dental electric engine, less
than price. Good condition. Address
AO 120. Oregonian.
FOR SALE for 1-3 value, my house antiques,
very rare, valuable collection and high
art paintings. AL 111, Oregonian.
TYPE U K 11 EHs. atl makes, $10 to $65.
NORTHWEST TYPEWRITER CO..
2U2 Stark st.
DESK, chairs and filing cabinets. Bushong
& Co., Park ar.d Slant.
NATIONAL cash rgisters; get my prices.
Povey. 351 1 Wash., basement. Main 606.
D E tuii Y desks and office furniture. E. B
Haley Desk Co., 2-10 Broadway. Main 587
UiSE Basset's Native Herbs for const ipa
tion; So tablets for 25c; all dr-jfrgisrs.
CH E.-. P, new wool full size mattress.
E. Madison st. Hawthorne car.
WILL trade restaurant fixtures for motor
cycle. W luS, Oregonian.
SMITH Premier typewriter, very fine con
dition. $17.50. Room 28, 142;-. 2d st.
FRUIT jars cheap
70 E. Madison.
OEVURTZ FURNITURE STORE,
1st., between Taylor and Salmon,
will pay best price for your f urnlt ure,
carpets, stoves, etc., etc. New and ec-ond-hand
furniture our specialtv.
PHONE MARSHALL 5'JSl.
LEVIN Hardware & Furniture Co., 221 Front
st.. buys second-hand furniture, carpets,
stoves, ranges, hardware or tools of any
kind. If you have anything in this line
call Main H072.
WANTED Second-hand showcases. One or
two square, eight-foot cases and one four
foot case. Same heigh t. 31 uat be cheap
for cash. Call main 4421. Between 1 and
0 P. M.
WE buy for cash second-hand National cash
registers and sell them on easy terms. W.
J. Macauley. 354 Burnside st Phone Main
1S16. A 1316.
WE BUY CLOTHING AND FURNITURE
Highest prices paid for ladies' and men's
cast-off clothing and shoos. Call Main
20 SO. 234 First. The Globe.
WE want to buy $10-00 worth of second
hand furniture in the next 30 davs and
pay ail the cash It is worth. Williams
Ave. Furniture Exchange. East 636
WILL kalsomine room at $2.50 and up and
clean woodwork; painting, papering, grain
ing. All work first-class. Phone Main
tAlit DEAL opened again; .we pay highest
prices for your second-hand clothing and
household goods. Phone Main 0272.
Wu pay the highest cash price for second
hand furniture. M. It. Seuter. Phone East
3134. 348 Hawthorne ave
FORD Auction Co. pays most cash for any
kind of furniture. Main S951, A 2445.
CASH paid for hair combings. Sanitary
Beauty Parlors, 4O0 Dekum bldg.
TRANSITS and levels bought for cash. 600
Concord Bldg.. Portland.
WE want $10,000 worth of eecond-nand fur
nlture: highest prices paid. Sellwood 162.
N AT ION A I. cash register; price must be
i easonahle. Phone Main 006, A 9263.
W K PA Y highest prices for second-hand
. Wothing. 14 3d st. prone Main 0253.
SECOND-H A ND goods bought for cash or
taken in exchange for new. Tabor 4346.
WANTED Good water heater and cook-
stovo. good condition. Woodlawn 3027.
WILL kalsomlne rooms for $2.5oT paint
house at your price; reliable. East 323.
. HELP WANTED MALE.
GOOD salesman to canvass city with sta
ple line of iewelry on easv navmenta: sal
ary or commission to right man. See Mr.
Thomas. 207 Corbett bldg.
WANTED Traveling man who covers Wil
lamette alley and Southern Oregon reg
ularly to carry our line of gloves as side
hue. Portland Glove Works, 445 Stark st
ENERGETIC young man with some knowl
edge of office work; must be willing to
work tor advancement; answer In own
writing. J 116. Oregonian.
WANTED Bright, capable young man of
good habits for office work, about 10
years or age; state references, etc M
NIGHT telephone and office boy at Van
Gorder Hotel. Good chance for student.
1H5I-2 12th, bet. Wash, and Stark. Marshall
C1T or traveling- salesmen can make money
selling BeLhlehem 5-point spark plug,
guaranteed for life. 6U0 Washington st.
TWO bright men to solicit for old estab
lished corporation; good future for right
man. Apply a to 12, 41S Mohawk.
YOUNG man, neat appearing, good talker
Apply Mr. Campbell. 333 Chamber of
Commerce between 1 and 4 P. M.
WANT man familiar with gas engines and
able to operate any car; give address and
phone. AC 11 1, Oregonian.
W A NT E Ti S A LESM EN.
Throughout Northwest for side line; will
pay salary. 20S Railway Exchange.
WANTED Young man over 16 to learn bar-
oer trade. tan or write. 532 Mississippi
WANTED Sticker man, also sash and door
man. Union Door Fixture CoM East 15th
WANTED All around machinist; must be
good lathe hand. Grays Harbor Don &
OLD man to work on small ranch who wants
a home and small salary. AR 114 Ore
$5i PER MONTH Man with famllv, on al
falfa ranch, near Kennewick. Wash.; Ref
erences, au liu, uregonian.
STRICTLY first-class barbers desiring good
iiuBiuuiio in uicsuu anu wasnington, &p
ply to Lewia-Stenger Barber Supply Co.
WAN I ED Men for clothing advertising
proposition. Call bet. 4 and 6. B19 Swet-
WANTED Clarinet player or flute player.
A FIRST-CLAPS saddlemaker. Apply E.
Power. Pendleton, Or.
BOY for multlgraph shop. 16 to IS. ADDly
PHOTO coupon, best offered, beauty contest
" ui'ii-i, 1'rMiin nine.
ANTED Stae bolt cutters, good Job. Ad-
HAM boner, permanent to competent man
Morris, 15th and Marshall.
FIRST-CLASS tailor wanted,
hurst. 6th and Stark sts.
JAPANESE boy for general housework and
iBKing care oi iawn. inquire 67 6th st,
BA KB EU wanted, steady job.
Newman. Hood River. Or.
JAPANESE boy to do housework in family
TAILOR; all-around, man; steady work. 734
MATTRESS-MAKER wanted. Portland Mfg.
Co.. 12 4 Macadam road. Fulton car.
SK1RTM AKER wanted to work on ladles'
tailored skirts, S. Weiss, 147 10th st.
GOOD, competent, steady pressor.
127 12th st.
DELIVERY boy wanted, wheel furnished.
Apply morning. 331 Washington st.
FIRST-CLASS machinist to go out of town.
Lathe work. 222 Commercial Club bldg.
NEW and modern 6 and 7-room houses $"0
and $25. Call Tabor 44$9
YOUNG man, over 16, to learn barber trade.
Call or write, SO 2 Mississippi ave.
WANTED First-class bushelman.
Bradford Clothes shop. 125 3d st.
DECORATOR TO decorate large hall by con
tract. P. -F. Han ley. Main 727 or A 22l0.
SALESMEN and dist. mgrs. for Ores on.
uESMEN and dist.
at. Casualty Co.. n
01 Ry. Exch. bids
UNION carpeuter wanted. 254 Alder st.
HELP WANTED MALE-
SPECIAL WANTS TODAY.
LOGGERS FOR NORTHERN"
FIIIP TONIGHT AND TOMORROW.
FARE PAID. FARE PAID.
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR,
for box factories, shingle mills,
planing mills, sawmills, etc.
FARE PAID. FARE PAID.
SHIP EVERY DAY. SHIP EVERY DAY.
OTHER SPECIALS Lath puller, $300.
Ratchet setter. $3; carriage riders, city,
Lumber truck teamster, city, $2.50.
Cut-off sawyer, shingle mill, $3.00 up.
Tea mill hands, $2.50 to $3.00.
Frame maker, shop, $3.00 up-
Gang trimmerman, $3.50 to $4.00.
Carriage rider, $2.75.
Four river drivers. $3.00 and board.
Night watch, log camp, $45 and board.
Ten Scandinavian yardmen, $2.75, fare
Two millwright's helpers, $60 and board.
Sash and door machine man, city, $3.50.
Raftmen, $3; blacksmith, $3.50.
Blacksmith and shoer, $4.00, camp.
Twenty-five loggers, $3.00 to $5.00 day.
Night cook, small restaurant, $15.00.
Dishwasher, country hotel, $4U.
Newsboys, railway service.
Dishwashers, city, $10 up.
Bus boys, porters, etc., etc.
'Two hospital orderlies, city.
Ten farm hands. $30, $35 and $40.
Shingle bolt cutters. $1.25 cord.
Twenty wood cutters, $1.25 cord.
Others too numerous to mention here.
Hundreds of new jobs every day.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT COMPANY
222 and 224 Couch St.. bet. 1st and 2.
(One of Many.)
Office Secretary Employment Department,
Y. M. C. A.
Toun g man, st ran ger, seek in g employ
ment (?20 his total cash asset) If I pay
you $5 for employment membership I will
have only $15 between me and starvatiton.
Secretary If you pay $5 for employ
ment membership you will have the Y.
M. C. A. with all Its resources between
you and starvation.
Result Young man Joined association.
In less than a. week he had satisfactory
Record for year 1012:
Calls for men from employers 2265
Positions filled 1697
Our special employment membership
guarantees member will seci-re employ
ment or refund of membership free; gives
two months' full and 10 months' social
Constant demand for CLERICAL,
TECHNICAL and COMMERCIAL MEN.
All young men seeking employment,
especially strangers, are cordially invited
to consult with the Secretary of the Em
YOUNG MAN WANTED.
By the Meier &. Frank store; good op
portunity to learn the packing business.
Apply at superintendent's office, 6th floor,
before 9:30 A. M.
WANTED Men for railroad work; location
from Columbia River to Nehaiem Valley.
Camps f ire l -class In every respect. Work
will last for several months.
COLUMBIA NEHALEM RIVER R. R.
716 Spalding bldg., or at the work. Wood's
Landing or Ross Landing on the Columbia
and S. P. & S. R. R.
WA NT ED Industrial commissioner for the
city of New Westminster; competent to
produce results. Applications should state
experience and salary expected. Address
Secretary, New Westminster Progressive
Association, box 401, New Westminster,
TO ONE man residing in or near very small
town who can give good references and
devote entire time to our work, we will
extend an opportunity of making money
In an honest and legitimate way. Address
Box 7, Welser, Idano, inclosing stamp
MACHINIST WANTED Man for special
work, one with railroad or marine experi
ence preferred, and who is member of
un'on or who can join. Good wages to
right party. Address P. O. box 328, Seat
tle, giving experience, name and address.
AUTOMOBILE STOCKROOM MAN WITH
STENOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE WANT
ED AT ONCE. WRITE, GIVING QUAL
IFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, REFER
ENCES AND TELEPHONE NUMBER. J
TRANSIENT Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS can se
cure furnished rooms at reasonable rates
In the new fireproof association building,
cor. 6th and Taylor sts., and have privi
lege of consulting Advisory and Employ
JANITOR for apartment-trouse ; must be
competent to run oil plant and care for
repairs. Marshall 664. A 6641.
WE have a few good fields open for compe
tent Baiesmen. n you appreciate tne aa
vantage of selling for the largest nnd
best-known nursery In the West at the best
terms offered, apply today. Give reference.
Oregon isursery company, orenco. Or;
WANTED Two men. single, over 21, to
travel with crew and solicit. Men ex
perienced In dealing with country peo
ple preferred. Call 0 to 12, Carlton Hotel
and ask for S. Llvermore.
FOREMAN for structural steel shop, em
ploying adoui in men, sieaay position;
give references, experience, and salary
expected. West Coast Wagon Company,
FIRST-CLASS chauffeur to drive private
car; give age. references, experience and
waeres; one familiar with Cadillac pre
ferred; unless first class, please do not
apply. AM 115, Oregonian.
WIRELESS OPERATORS In constant de
mand. This coming vocation taught at
11 Y. M. C. A. All the Year Round Day and
Night Schools; complete equipment; best
OLD established fire insurance business
wants partner who can sell and get oth
ers to sell; no money required but if you
are not as described don't waste my time.
AF 113. Oregonian.
MAN of good address to represent local
firm in field; must be able to handle so
licitors preferred. Apply 303 Northwest
WANTED Four planing mill feeders and
two graders for either day or night work
Wages $2.50 to $2.75. Clark & Wilson
Lumber Co.. Llnnton. Or.
WANTED Good grooms, who understand
the care of fine horses; $65 per month,
steady employment to the right men.
Kramer's Riding School.
TAILORS, good coatmaker, also ope.rators
by the week. Chas. Cooper A SonH 504
NIGHT clerk wanted at once; references re
quires, inquire manager Angela Hotel,
20th and Washington.
FIRST-CLASS coatmaker wanted. 610 wet
SEVERAL salesmen and district managers
wanted- 210 Worcester bldg.
STRONG, wideawake boy with wheel for
aenvenng vn grocery store. 91 Grand ave.
ROYS wanted with wheels.
L. Nathan 76 8rd st.
Call or write
WANTED Boy to work as mattress stuf
fer. Carman Mfg. Co.. ISth and Upshur.
WANTED Man at paper rooms. Sll Main.
HELP WANTED FLMALK.
WANTED Two good hand Ironers, 3 man
gle gins. state Laundry Co., 3fc5 .Broad
YOUNG lady as stenographer and private
exchange operator ; state experience and
salary expected. . N 32. Oregonian.
WANTED Girl to help with housework
and take care of baby. Phone Main 80:2.
GIRL to assist with general housework. Call
mornings. 14S N. 18th st.
WANTED Dining-room woman for
band's room and board. 97 Russell
st. WANTED Young lady for light housework.
Call at 4Mi: asnington st.
WANTED Experienced waitresses at t
Virginia Hill Hotel. 26-S 14th st.
WANTED Experienced drapery
stresses, J. G. Mack & Co.
WANTED Woman for general housework.
aiuii ub goon cook. - j j n,. jin -North.
GlhLS wanted at Multnomah Hotel Laun-
qry. t.au at Baggage room on Asn st.
EXPERIENCED pants finishers; piece work.
v-pi pay. v.aiiw, -i-o u. room v.
GIRL wanted; must sleep home nights; fam
ily of 3 adults; $7 week. 426 Harrison st
at 87 North 17 th. Call
GIRL for housework in small family; good
wages. tn at., near college.
GIRL for general housework. Apply 257
rtout eireri. ruvu; -iai u 4012.
WANTED Competent maid for general
nouseworn. 4 orin .41 n.
SKI RTM AKER wanted to work on ladies'
tailored skirts. S. Weiss, 147 lOth st.
GOOD alteration hand wanted on skirts and
dresses. Portland Outfitting Co., 105 3d.
WANTED Woman to work for husband's
room anc ooara. a. ouoh.
W A N T E D A lad y
ure a. fair saiary.
:or house work, no chil
1341 Corbett at
H ELP W ANTED KEAIALE.
DEMONSTRATOR WANTED FOR ROFE
SHOW WEEK; NO TALKING; WINDOW
WORK; MUST MAKE FINE AP
PEARANCE; SALARY $3 DAY; AN
SWER, GIVING PAST EXPERIENCE,
AGE AND PERSONAL DESCRIPTION.
AK 111, OREGONIAN.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED
During Rose Festival Week. Good
wages. Pleasant surroundings. Apply 7th
A'M.refltaUraiIt desk, between 9 said 10:30
MEIER & FRANK CO.
Chambermaid, $25 month, rvom and
Cook, $10 -week, room and board.
Cook (cafeteria). $9 week.
Boat cook. (45 month.
Cook beach), $30 month, fare paid.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT COMPANY,
Ladies' Dept. 205a Morrison.
WANTED Two first-class comptometer op
erators for work in Portland. Must be
quick and accurate in figures: good chance
to work into a paying bookkeeping posi
tion. Apply by letter to Frye & Company,
OFr ICE rent free to public stenographer;
office completely furnished, typewriter,
telephone, work dona for occupants paid
for at current prices; references. AL 114,
WANT 00 women to handle h iirh -class nrno
ositlon for this week and rose week. Good
money in it. Indorsed by our best busi
ness men. Appiy room 20 Merchants'
Trust bldg.. 6th and Washington.
A YOUNG woman, general housework in
mountain cabin. Southern Oregon, for the
Summer. Apply by telephone only for
appointment and interview. Room 7O0,
Oregon xiotei. xnursaay ana Friday only.
THE Holtz Store requires the services of
wpenencea saleswomen lor wash goods.
notions and general merchandise. Apply
S to 10 A. M. to superintendent the Holtz
store, 5th and Washington.
CANNERY will begin operations about June
10. Wantew, 100 women. Call and reg
ister now. Oregon Packing Co., E. hth
WANTED! WANTED! WANTED!
5 GIRLS to learn beauty culture. Pay
while learning; position guaranteed. 40O
414 Dekum Bldg. Sanitary Parlors.
ELDERLY woman, reliable and agreeable,
for housework in small family. Good
home to right person and fair wages. Call
before 5. Main 748S.
NEAT, competent girl for general house
work; must be good cook; small family,
good wages. Call mornings, lt'Sy Franklin
St., Willamette Heights. A 1522.
vv a.n i.u Competent girl with city ref
erences to do cooking and general house
work; no washing. 4&2 Harrison. Main or
A -o 7 6 . Apply mornings.
WANTED Housekeeper who Is well and
strong to care for home of couple and
boy of 10 years; good home and treatmenL
Wages $15. Call 529, Hamilton bldg.
WANTED Woman or girl for cooking and
housework, no wash m; must be good
cook and have good references ; best
iv ages. Sellwood 14i8.
WANTED Good, live rep. for tailor-made
corset, any live rep. can clear $2000 per
annum. Call from 9:30 to 4:30 P. M. at
357 12th st.
WANTED Lady stenographer, one with
newspaper work preferred; only those de
siring permanent position need apply. AC
MANY of the best families of the city are
registered with the Domestic Service Bu-
reau for cooks, general housework and
second girls. 3U8 Central bldg. M. 7667.
GIRL to assist housework, no laundry, no
cooking, go home nights, wages $20 or
$25. 804 E. Taylor. Tabor 1672.
WANTED An experienced marker and
sorter, good wages. Oregon City Laundry,
Oregon City. Come or call .t once.
EXPERIENCED window demonstrator for
men's wear. Lion Clothing Co., 4th st.
YOUNG lady of neat appearance to do spe
cial work for local firm; must be able to
do collecting; salary. 302 Northwest bldg.
COMPETENT nurse maid to care for two
little giris and assist with second work;
good wages. Apply 94 N. 21at St.
MRS. HOWE'S LADIES' AGENCY,
Washington bldg., 2706 Wash., room 35.
near 4th. Phone Main .SS36 or A 3266.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for re
sponsible post Lion. v lavi Co.. 609 Roth
child bidg., 4th and Washington.
EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Apply
after lo A. M., The Hofbrau Cafe, 128 0th
WANTED Girl for general housework and
piain cooKing; gooa wages, can afternoons.
WANTED Short-hour waitresses at
- Woman's Exchange; no Sunday work.
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
fouu. cook, reierencea, small lamiiy, apart
ment, good wages. Phone Marshall 3676.
V ANTED Experienced cirl ?o eenerai
Housework; must be good cook. Apply 38
WANTED Thoroughly exreriencer1 wran
pers, none otners need apply. Roberts
J3iu5., ju ana Morrison.
A GOOD cook, who is willing to go to beach
101- me cummer. tan mornings, 243
WANTED Experienced feeders and folders
ior mangie. u. &- i-aunary CO.. cor. tirand
ave. ana r.asL 1 am 111 11.
GIRL wanted for general housework- In s-.i-
Duroan norae; wages $30. Apply 33 Stark
st. rnona a. Y4bi.
VV ANTED- Experienced girl for general
nouseworK. email iamiiy, very good borne.
appiy ui. itn st.. n. 1 car.
CHAMBERMAID wanted at once. Inquire
manager xiotet Angela, utn ana asli-
GIRL for general housework; home morn
ings: yuarters 13, Vancouver Barracks.
GIRL for general housework in apartment.
Apply attornoons at 464 '4 E. Broadway.
YOUNG girl to assist with housework. Ap
ply 687 Northrup St.
OREGON BOX & M'F'G CO., 1326 Macadam,
1 011 r gins to maae oerry noxes.
COMPETENT girl, must be good plain cook
and general h ouse work. I S Lovejoy st.
APPRENTICES wanted to learn ladles' tail
onng. S. Weiss, 147 lOth st.
COMPETEVT girl for general housework.
1 01 -xorthrup St., Apt. B.
GIRL for work In confectionery etore.
GOOD operator on power machine.
cooper & son., 504 rtoyai bidg.
HOUSE, 5 rooms, bath, nice yard; cor. Clif
ton and Chapman, Portland Heights.
SHIRT MAKERS wanted. Jacobs Shirt Co,
S3 5th sL
2S2 Russell ftt.
EXPERIENCED girl lor general housework.
: gOOq COOK. StfU A3 EH,
good wages. 413
A RELIABLE girl for general house work
ana cooking. 7o Kearney, near 23d.
WANTED Girl for general housework and
piain cooKing; good wages, boo Xvovejoy.
HELP WANTED MALK OR FEJLYLB.
at White Salmon ar.d Underwood. The
Spokane. Portland & Seattle Railway has
madr: a fare of $2.55 for the round trip
to ouner or tne aoove places irora Port
land or Vancouver, Wash. Tickets are on
sale at Portland June 5 to 11 Inclusive
and at Vancouver. June 4 to 11, Inclusive.
Good wages are being paid by the berry
growers, who are anxious to pick the crop
yuigKiy. for lurtner intormation inquire
hi city ticjtet oriice, otn ana btark sts.
Portland, or depot ticket office. Van
WANTED. AT ONCE.
1000 people to pick strawberries at Hood
niver; fine opportunity to take a vaca
tlon in the country and make high wages
be sure to bring camping equipment; big
gest crop in years; season lasts until
Juiy; special rates roujia trip on o.-W. tt,
& X. Trains leave for Hood River at Union
depot at 7;50 A. M. and 4 P. M. Call at
office of Growers' Association, near Hood
River depot to get located. Plenty of work
ror an. ring tne wnoie family.
WANTED Active young man or woman to
hand le a mall order business; big money
in iu For particulars address AE 112,
MAN and wife without children to work on
iruit rancn. inquire room 3O0, Yeon bldg
FISK Teachers' Agency secures positions Tor
teacners. dio Journal oiag. Alain 4835.
REL? WANTKP MIWEILANEOrS.
SHORTHAND. any system. tvnewritinc
bookkeeping, rapid short courses, positions
suaranieeu. w orcester DlOCK.
PRIVATE BUSINESS COLLEGE Individ
ual instruction. GREGG SHORTHAND,
bookkeeping. 642 Hamilton bldg. Mar. 425S.
STUDY LAW; enroll now; evening classes.
rfrnaau i-aw rcnooi, bo l W Orcester Dlk,
GlKI-ti 1-tarn beauty parlor work. Earn
money while learning. 613 Kothchlldbidg.
HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
100 MEN and women to learn the barber
trade in S weeks in all its modern meth
ods; send for catalogue; tools free; learn
a trade that you can get in business for
yourself. Moler Barber College. 35 N. 4th.
GOVERNMENT positions, parcel post sys
tem requires additional ncip: salary up
to IlMW; "free book." Pacific States
School. McKay bldg., Portland. Or.
MAIL CARRIERS WANTED Average $00
month; examinations coming. Specimen
questions free. Franklin Institute, Dept.
S 28 D. Rochester, X. Y.
MEN. women to learn barber trade, eight
weeks; position guaranteed. Oregon Bar
ber College. 233 Madison. 26S Couch et.
Keister's Ladies Tailoring College
School of Dressmaking. 143 11th
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING SCHOOL.
26U 14TH ST. M. 3503. EXP. lXSTRUCTN.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALK,
Buokkrrpert and Clerks.
THOROUGHLY experienced bookkeeper,
capable of taking full charge of office,
one with ability to operate typewriter and
act as privat secretary preferred ; state
qualifications and references. A 120,
MAN, 3S years old, clean, steady habits,
wants position as hotel clerk, day or
night. Have dealt with public over 20
years. Have good address; can give good
references; no objection to small city or
town. AG 11 u Oregonian.
YOUNG married man, experienced grocery
man, wishes a position ; thoroughly com
petent aJid can furnish best of refer
ences; not afraid of work. AP 114. Ore
WILL AUDIT, OPEN, CLOSE OR WRITE
up books, prepare balance and statements.
Install systems. Gilliugham, auditor, 414
Lewis bldg. Marshall 71
BOOKKEEPER, high speed stenographer,
mals, desires change in position ; salary
$&o; willing to go out of town. AB 114,
YOUNG ' man (Scotch) bookkeeper (with
knowledge of typewriting and shorthand),
would like position in office. AM 114, Ore
goniau. YOUNG man, r years lumber experience,
wants situation shipping and yard fore
man. Employed , but desire to make
change. AH 125, Oregonian.
ANY clerical, competent In any line- execu
tive noil 11 y nign caaracier, iicicnita
A J 113, Oregonian.
A JAPANESE boy wans a job In evening.
a yu, Oregonian.
il iM'el laneous.
HIGH CLASS SALESMAN
Young man, clean producing record,
best credentials, wants position travel
ing or in town, with representative con
cern having good line: experience in ad
vertising and selling fields; can present
a gooa proposition ana turn in oruers,
only wants reasonable offer and oppor
tunity; make engagement for Thursday
or Friday. AT SO. Oregonian.
SITUATION wanted by competent, sober.
up-to-date man to superintend a logging
business, one that has been in logging for
i& years in Oregon ana w asnington. un
dcrstands logging both by railroad, road
and water: wouid take working interest
can give the best of references. AV 106,
SUPERINTENDENT of construction, lo
years' successful experience, in bridges
buildings, and R. R. work. Have large
loll owing of good men. Address AJ 113,
SALESMAN with executive and thororgh
oirice experience; clean cut as to health.
ability and honesty; 30 years old: mar
ried ; desires connection with reliable
Portland coeicern. J 118. Oregonian.
TRAVELING collector of ability, who brings
results, nag steady position now, out seeks
cnange lor betterment; best reterences and
bond. AH 116. Oregonian.
CREDIT and collection man, long expert
ence. rami liar witn ooast territory, wisiies
change from present position: highest city
reterences. aj 11a. oregonian.
CARPENTER and all-round wood worker
wants work in city or outside: can draw
and read plans. Will work by day or
contract. iv. liu, oregonian.
CLEANER and dyer wants position in Port
land or near; can manage machine or
hand plant. Address F. J. Barker. Cal
YOUNG woman wants work as chamber-
maid in hoiel or rooming-house; experi
enced and industrious, not afraid ot work.
B S!, Oregonian.
POSITION as manager or assistant In res
taurant or cafeteria, ufter June iu. ex
perienced; references. AB 111 Orego
nian. MIDDLE-AGED German wishes position as
handy man in shop or store; experienced
in machine and printing work; willing
worker. Richard Sen wekofsky. 438 3d st.
CONCRETE foreman wants a job with con
struction or paving concern ; win amo
handle crews on railway or ditching work.
B 96, Oregonian.
GENERAL construction foreman is open for
engagement; steel work ana reimoreea
conciete my specialty. AF 111, Oregonian.
SOBER man wants inside position, not for
summer months, but permanent work. A v
ALL-AROUND repair man. married, sober.
wants employment where usefulness is
needed ; can hold the Job. East 1326.
GROCERY" clerk wants steady work, good
city ref.. Inside or outside, AO 115, Orego
nian. EDUCATED young man wants work at
anything; experienced grocery line. AJ
EXPERIENCED salesman wants work of
any kind in Oregon; best of references.
C 107. Oregonian.
YuUNG man, sober, reliable, handy and
husky, will accept any honorable work.
AC 13 5, Oregonian.
ACTIVE elderly man, handy at gardening
and housework, wants situation, any Kind,
K 121, Oregonian.
BY young married man to take charge of
well improved rarm on salary; best or
references. L. Farm. Fair Ground, Or.
FIRST-CLASS waiters furnished. Marshall
711, A 4010. Portland Waiters' Club, 1481.
5th, Portland, Or. G. C. Gerald, manager.
YOUNG married man, 10 years' experience
in wnoiesaie ana retail produce Dusiness,
wants position. J fW, oregonian.
WINDOW washing, house cleaning, floors
waxed ana ponsnea. seiiwooa 1126.
JAPANESE, first-class cook, wants position
n private iamiiy. ah iiu, oregonian.
A SOBER man, 35, wishes position any kind.
J 119, Oregonian.
JAPANESE work by hour, waiters; cook for
party, nousecleaning. Main itaoi. A
RELIABLE young Japanese boy w ants pos
ition as porter. AE 10-.' Oreironian.
JAPANESE schoolboy, few hours' work, any-
innip. a 11. oregonian.
WANTED Situation by experienced janitor.
AC 3 2S, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED chauffeur, best references,
wants steady position. Phone Main 8663.
STEAM or refrigeration engineer wants
work; best references. AO 112, Oregonian.
SITUATED WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Btenogra p hers.
FiRST-CLASS stenographer desires either
permanent or substitute position. Two
years experience. Reference. Marshal
EXPERIENCED young woman stenographer
wishes permanent afternoon work. AD
COMPETENT stenographer desires position;
considerable experience, stenographer, gen
eral office work. Main 2451.
STENOGRAPHER, 3 years' experience, de
sires permanent or temporary position;
references. Phone Main 6921.
BOOKKEEPER, 5 years' experience, wants
position. For particulars phone A 4500.
AB 18, Oregonian.
STENOGRAPHER" with some experience,
wants position. K 120. Oregonian.
SEWING done by the day. $1.50. Call Wood,
GOWNS and tailoring. $2.50 per day; best
of references. Tabor 3351.
LADY 45 desires position as practical ifurse.
country preferred; wages $10 per week;
best references. St. Louis Agency, 208 5th.
l WIDOW wants a position on a farm to
keep house, where a grown daughter can
have her board; refined, capable and a
good cook. AD ISO. Oregonian.
31RL from Sweden wishes housework In
respectable family. Call at 14 IS Van
as working housekeeper
Call at 531 E. Market.
SEWING in families by the day. Phone
keeping. 208 5 th.
girl 6, desires
EXPERIENCED girl wishes to go with a
nicafamily for general housework to Sea
side. Or. ; can give good references. Ad
dress Sherwood. Or., route 5, box 135.
Call Tabor 35fC Miss M. Allen.
LIGHT work wanted.
by young girl.
LACE curtains, blankets and draperies laun
dered by expert, 25c and up. Tabor 3678.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED By an experienced, refined, middle-aged
lady as a nurse for a baby or
small children. Best of references. Phone
AN experienced grocery clerk and solicitor
wishes a position as solicitor or city sales
man; beat references given. L 12 L Ore
gonian. GARDENER, thoroughly experienced in the
care of lawns, flowers and vegetables; best
of references. L 1U0. Oregonian.
LADY masseur wants work in exchange for
room or charge of children nights. Phono
LADY caterer will manage dinners, card
par-ties. evening refreshments. Phone
W A X IE I J A position ns housekeeper for
apt. house or rooming-house; references.
AD 17S. Oregonian. East 4615, C 1463.
EXPERIENCED woman wants day work.
washing Ironing or cleaning. Call Tabor
WANTED General housework in small
family or us cook on ranch housekeeper
for old couple. AB 112, Oregonian.
IEACHKK desires position as governess, or
car of children. H t7, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED woman desires chamber
work or jani tress. Main 2039, A 4 775.
FAMILY cook, city, references, desires situ
ation. $45 up. Alain 039. A 4775.
EXPERIENCED cook wishes place in prl
vate family. 2'. N. 17th. phone Main 7671.
EXPERIENCED woman wants work by the
day. Mrs. Kan do, 402 2.'d St.
SECOND girl wishes upstairs work in pri
vate family. c 2 704.
NORWEGIAN woman wants
Phone Main 2S31.
A GOOD woman wants work by day. Tabor
DAY work wanted by experienced laundress,
also cleaning. Main 2)3P. A 47 75, room 1
WILL care Tor 2 or 3 little lirls not under 3
years. Tabor 3054.
LAC curtains, draperies, linens laundered
by expert. Phone Tabor 317.
WANTED- AG KNTS.
WANTED Agents in every town to repre
sent Bethlehem 5-poInt spark plug, guar
anteed for life; exclusive territory ; no
capital necessary. 6ui Wash, et., Portland,
Are selling the Jaeger vacuum cleaner.
M hy not you? Call 701 Rothchlld bldg.
COMPILE and sell names; profitable side
line. Instructions 25c Catawba Agency,
Yorkville, S. C.
FIVE ladies to take charge of a new prop
osition, indorsed by local bank. 411 Wil
AGENTS, either sex, $5,
never sold in Oregon. 2
from 9 to 3.
6 hours. Article
15 5th st, room 10,
w a.n 1 fc.L Flrst-c.ass life insurance agent
witn gooa reterences. 6U3 Oregonian bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
W ANTE D HOUSES TO RENT.
If you want to rent your house, list
them with ua. We have a nuinoer of
people waiting ror houses.
U M B D E N STOCK & LARSON CO..
S Oak t. Main 7750.
WANTED To rent, furnished home In -Trv-
mgton by responsible party: must be reas-
onable, preferably with garage. East j
WANTED By refined couple, a 5 or 6-room
furnished house In first-class district;
rent must be reasonable. Telephone Main
WANTED Modern 4 or 5-room furnished
house or flat, close in ; adults. Marshall
WANTED 5 or 6-room house; give price,
street und number, full description, .J 42,
5 OR 6-room furnished house, by man and
wife, for Summer. AD 176. oregonian.
YOUNG business men want room, sleeping
porch; everything refinea. Neb Hill dis
trict. P. O. Box 353.
ROOM In private family for 2 gentlemen ;
must bo reasonable. AK 113. Oregonian.
FOR RE NX.
207 4 Til.
20 a 4TH.
213 ft 4TH,
Are you looking for nice, clean rooms,
with hot and coid water, private baths,
homelike and respectable, at VERY MOD
ERATE PRICKS? if so you will be satis
fied at uny of the 3 hotels above, tiive
ua a trial and you will be the winner, ana
betides save .money and get the beat.
THE HOTEL ARTHUR.
11th. between Morrison aud Yamhill; re
cently opened, every modern convenience,
plenty of hot water and heat; beautitui
loooy; rates 14 week and up; with pri
vate bnth ?5..iU week and up; transient
rates. 7."c and up. Free phone. Main 4:20.
THE VIRGINIA HILL HOTEL,
14th and Jefferson.
An established hotel. Rooms en suite or
single, rates reasonable. A 6228. M 02S3.
HOTEL BUCKINGHAM. 6521, WASHING
Elegantly located, fireproof; new and
modern rooms, with or without bath, $2.50
week up ; special rates to permanent
guewts; conducted above reproach.
HOTEL REN WICK Ideal home for busi
ness people; centrally located; elegant
rooms; modern conveniences. uroaawav
and Taylor, block from Portland Hotel,
opposite uipneura 1 neater. Mam wio.
HOTEL BUCKINGHAM, 652 Vi Wash- st.
.fc.iega.utiy located, all modern outside
rooms. w ith or without private bath.
2..o week up; quiet place for tourists
CENTRAL HOTEL, opposite Pantages. in
near 1 or t.ieatcr and business district, large
oulsiuo rooms witn or witnuut bath
reasonable rates; transients solicited.
HOTEL SAVON 131 Eleventh street. New,
modern brick building, steam-heated, pri
vate baths, hot and cold water, comfort
ably furnished. Transients solicited.
12TH AND WASHINGTON
$1.0O and up day.
' $3.50 and up week.
ST AN DISH HOTEL,
18th and Washington Streets.
All outsiuo rooms, modern, $2.50
week up. Main 3003. A 7534.
126 13th St., at Washington.
Rooms, $3.50 per week up; under per
sonal management owner. J. W. Bushong.
THE LARRABEE, 227 Vi Larrabee. Rooms
$2 week up. Brick building, steam heat,
hot, cold water, bath, phone, electricity.
HOTEL CONGRESS Beautifully furnished
rooms with all modern conveniences, 6th
HOTEL Kdwarda, Grand ave., E. Belmont;
rooms 412 mo. and up; $22.50 and up with
bath; absolutely respectable. East 323.
THE PALACE. 2l8Vs Pine St.. newly fur
nished rooms "! and up.
NEWLY furnished room, reasonable. The
Dezendorf Ap.s., 208 16th st. M. 4705.
FurnlHUed Rooms in "Private Family.
NEWLY furnished room in private family.
East Side, with or without board; 15 min
utes walk from 3d and Washington sts.
by Steel or Broadway bridges. Call Home
phone O 1270.
TWO pleasant clean rooms, new modern
homo, every convenience, reasonable;
board If desired. Marshall 4857. 6i2 1
NORTH room, large alcove, $4.50 per week;
fine grounds; large veranda; cool, 8
block from Olds & King. 414 Market,
corner 1 H h.
$10 PER MONTH, front room, all modern
conveniences; swell neighborhood; close in.
180 N. ISth su, corner Johnson. Marshall
MODERN room w ith largo sleeping-porch
for 1 or 2 gentlemen. West Park. Mar
shall 4215. Phone A. M.
BEAUTIFULLY' furnished double parior,
first floor, suitable 2 or 4 getitlemen. Can
have three beds. Modern. 475 Clay.
NEAT front bedroom and parlor for two;
gentlemen preferred; bath, lights, $4 per
week. 4b4 E. Ankeny.
NICELY furnished bright room, quiet home;
all conveniences, choice location. 265 13th
CARNIVAL visitors; parade passes house;
rooms 60c and 75o a night. 655 Washing
ton. 540 YAMHILL Large front room, single or
en suite. Small room, $S, conveniences.
327 SIXTH Large, airy front room, suitable
for gentlemen. Modern residence.
SUITE New ly furnished, reasonable. 13 E.
7th. corner Ash. East 1020.
1.50 WE is
K; airy little sleeping room. 268
ONE beautiful front room, shady porches
and lawn, roses. 350 Madison.
BEAUTIFUL front room, modern, walking
d!?ianre. 57 E. Madison. B 2S7L
NICELY furnished double room; also
single room. 745 Hoy t. Marshall 4753
NH'E f urn i plied room, $i per month.
11th. b t wen Davis w nd Ev :- 1 1.
FURNISHED rooms. Till and. Wasco.
$20 FOUR largo unfurnished rooms mi
bath. Water and gas for light and cook
ing included. Beautiful large yard. Shade
375 14th t.
Koom Wllu Board.
NORTON I A HOTEL.
31th, Just off Washington SL
American and European.
Beautiful dining-room, tearoom
and roof garden.
Very attractive rates to families
MODE RN E LE G A N T EXC LUS1 YE.
American and European plan; near CitJ
Park; convenient to carliue.
SPECIAL RATES ROSE CARNIVAL.
Washington, at 23d St.
Residential and Tourists' Hotel.
Attractive rates to permanent and tran
sients. Main 75s4.
t L'KNISHED TENTS FOR RENT ON PAL
ATINE HI LL. SIX MILES SOUTH OH
PORTLAND; HOURLY TRAIN SERVICE,
JERSEY MILK. FRESH EGGS AND VEG
ETABLES IK DESIRED. MRS. J. K.
COLE. OSWEGO, K. F. D. NO. 1. PHONS
OR Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS Furnished
rooms, reasonable in price; fireproof build
ing, vacuum cleaned; shower baths, swim
ming pool, club facilities; special rates a(
cafeteria, and 100 other features. Full
particulars at business uffice, cor. Gth and
the willard hotel.
Morrison and park sts.
European and American, 2 per day with
meals. Kates by the month and week
with or without meals very reasonable.
New, modern and fireproof.
Select Family Hotel.
Modern rooms with excellent tab!
board, very reasonable rates. 11th and
T.S6 Montgomery Bt., at West Park, mod
ern conveniences; rooms with or without
bath ; excellent table service; reasonable
rates for regular and transient guests.
THE WHITEHALL, 253 6TH ST.
A residential hotel, large sun porchj
rooms with or without baths; home cook
Ing; table board a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION, 24th year;
rooms with, board, use of sewing room, 11
brary. 510 Flanders, Mrs. E. N. Wilson, sup.
THE HAZEL Large outside rooms, steam
heat, running water; with or without
meals: moderate price. 3S5 3d st.
THE LAMBERSON, 554 Couch, cor. 17th";
outside rooms; steam heat, running water;
special rates for good table board.
THE MAnTtOU, 261 13th SL
Excellent table. large, airy rooms.
Summer rates. J" car at Depot.
CHOICE single rooms, first-class tabie
board. 33 N. 17th; block from Washington.
EXCELLENT board, beautiful rooms facing
the park. 374 Park st.
T H E CASA ROSA. 3O0 JEFFERSON.
Furnished rooms and board.
Rooms With Board In Privm frimltr.
COOL, pleasant rooms and splendid board
for two or three young ladies in refined
modern home, easy walking distance. West
Side; every convenience and home privi
leges. Itates to Sij.50 per week.
Phorie Marshall 433.
725 Prospect dri e. phone Main 1057.
Just the place for business people to spend
the Summer; a few minutes to the center
of city; all modern conveniences.
BOARD and room, sleeping porch in re-
xineu noma 01 widow tor business couple
or elderly lady or gentleman; modern and
new; best of home cooking. AH 114,
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS RESIDENCE!
OFFERS ROOM AND BOARD TO PEO
PLE DESIRABLE OF EXCLUSIVE SUR
ROUNDINGS. MAIN 0034.
"ICE, comfortable rooms, with breakfast,
board, hot and cold water, bath, phone,
walking distance, reasonable. 120 N. 18th,
corner Glisan. M 3O07.
WANTED Three refined gentlemen; one
double and one single room in private
Southern family. Marshall 5532.
NICELY furnished room with board lu pri
vate lamiiy, an nome privileges, close in
on East Side ; very reasonable. Phone ii
LARUE front room, large porch, home cook
ing; a uso tame board, day or week, ui
IN private family, furnished
board; references exchanged.
FIRST-CLASS room and board in private
nome. ibtj iortn zist. Main 4220.
241 N. 22D ST., well furnished room, porch
ana grounus; excellent mcais. Main 1'Uil.
$20 FRONT rooms for two, $40, now, mod
ern, e-s tTtn, near jiverett.
GOOD room and
board, modern, clos
L2 Salmon st.
LIGHT, airy room, with or without board.
reasonable. 3;3 12th st. Marshall 4410.
NICELY furnished front room with board.
ROOMS and board; Ladd Addition. E. 4S12.
ROOM and board at 332 10th. Main 6:7u.
DESIRABLE 4-room apartment .furnished
or uuiurnished; arranged for 2 bedrooms;
best in city, considering rent, location,
service, etc; outside rooms, private bath,
direct phone. SHEFFIELD APARTMENTS,
272 Broadway, cor. Jefferson.
THE AVALON The nearest to Union Depot
of all East Side apts., 3 blocks of Broad
way. Beautiful furnished, 3 and 4-room
apts. All linen, silverware, private phone,
bath and sleeping porches. Summer rates.
Phone East 1U67. 285 Ross.
SUMMER rates; best value in Portland; close
in; strictly modern 2, 3, 4-room furnished
apartments, $17 up. Private phones, baths,
elevator, janitor; every convenience; fire
proof. Leeds Apartments, 210 Market.
ORDERLEIGH 82 Grand Ave., 3-rooin
apartments, completely furnished, private
baths; new management; modern and con
venient, walking distance; best of service.
rates $15 to 3U.
North 20th and Northrup Sts.
Homelike furnished 3 and 4-room apart
ments, outside rooms; balcony to every
suite; all conveniences; ref. Phone M. 1178.
C U MBERLA ND -West Park and Columbia
sts., 2 and 3-room completely furnished
apts.. all modern conveniences, choice lo
cation, facing the Parks. Only 5 minutes
walk from business center; references.
H ADDON HALL.
One unfurnished corner apartment with
screened-ln balcony, also one furnished
apartment with balcony. 414 11th, st.
THE CHETOPA, 18th and Flanders Sts.
Two, three and four-room modern apart
ments, furnished or unfurnished; elevator,
bath, phones and good janitor service, hot
WELLINGTON APARTMENTS. 15th and
Everett 2, 3 ana 4 rooms, unfurnished;
private baths; $20 and up; completely ren
ovated; under new management; walking
- distance; convenient and best service.
14TH AND CLAY STREETS.
First-class 3-room apartments, unfur
nished, private vestibules, bathrooms and
phones; references required.
841 14th St., at Market.
New two and three-room apartments,
completely furnished; walking distance;
prices reasonable Main 1739.
GRANDEST A East Stark and Grand ave.;
new building, nicely furnished 3-roora
apartments; private bath and private
ptione, S-J5 to $27.50 ; w alking distance.
Phono East 208.
3-room nicely furnished apartment ; all
large, cool, outside rooms; $22.50; bath,
phono and on carline. B 304J, Tabor 2213.
APARTMENT, 2 or 4 rooms, finest residence
district, 2 blocks from car; fireproof build
ing and best furniture. Inquire 255 10 Ul
st. North. Phone Marshall 2509.
3 and 4-room. furnished or unfurnished,
modern. 21-st and Flanders. Alain 2782:
Marshall 5255. Janitor, A 3895.
A LCD APARTMENTS.
Union ave. and Couch St., modern new
furnished 2-room apts.. walking distance,
" THE MKINLEY APARTMENTS.
East 7th and Morrison sts. Very central;
2 and 3-room apartments, furnished com
p'etely: private baths; from $20 to ?21.50.
KINGSBURY, Ford, iear Washington st.-.
High-class apartments; one unfur
nished of 3 rooms, with private bal
cony: reasonable rent.
MADISON PARK APARTMENTS.
Park St, at Madison.
Modem 3 and 4-room furnished apart
ments by the week or month.
Third and Montgomery; new, modern, out
side furnished 2-room apartments; eleva
tor; close In; $2Q to S3Q. Main 0466.
THE BJELLAND. 16TH AND LOVEJOY.
4-room unfurnished apartments, strict
ly modern ; Summer rates. Owner Main
1867 and A 1867. Janitor. A 1857.
THE ORMONDE, 4 and 5-room apartments,
modern, furnished or unfurnished. Sum
mer rates. 656 Flanders. Nob H11L Main
GENEVA APTS.. SAN FRANCISCO. '
840 Van Ness Ave.
First-class, modern, 2. 3-room. fnrnl).H-
LLi-.) H EE APTS.. 4S7 Taylor 2-room apart
ments, well furnished, $17 and up