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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1916)
TTTE MORNING OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY. JUNE 27, 1916.
For Sale Acreage.
iii ACRES, 2 blocks from fine carline, 20
minutes e irom trie center oz me city, with
partly finished 5-room Dungalow; magnifi
cent view of Alt- Hood. $'o0. Terma to
suit. Call 512 Piatt bldg. for particulars.
ACREAGE la famous Tualatin Valley; be3t
of Boil, good location, low prices, Quanti
ties and terms to suit purchaser. Handy
ros owners, 2ol Stock Exchange bdg.
' TeL Marshall 205.
CHICKEN. FRUIT, GARDEN RANCHE3.
is" ear Portland; $75 to $200 per acre ;
easy tfcrins; best soil. Farms for sale, all
sites, McFarland, 309 Yeon bldg., Portland.
0 ACRES $2500, improved, electric 'ZV
miles. Owner. Chauncey Barney, Oregon
J"OR acreage on Oregon City carline see L.
A. Mathiaen. 1025 Yeon bldg.
$3 will pay all cost of registering on the
Colville Indian Reservation, if you are a
Civil or Spanish War veteran. Just send
tne this amount and I will do the rest.
GRAY R. HARhOWER.
Hyde Bldg. Spokane. Wash.
TWO heavy timber homesteads in Siletz,
if taken quick $30u each; good house;
.good roads; good neighbors ; close to
town and mill. 4U5 Merchants Trust bid?.
FOR SALE 10 acres; 12 acres in bearing
trees; at Mosier. Y 663. Oregonian.
For Sale Farms.
PROSPERITY IX CAXADA $900,000,000
in new weaith added in 1915. Enormous
crops and low taxation make farmers
rich. Wheat average, 36.16 bushels per
acre In Alberta, 27. 75 bushels per acre in
Saskatchewan, 28. 5 'J busnels per acre in
Manitoba. Taxes average $2-4 and will not
exceed $35 per quarter section, includes all
taxes ; no taxes on improvements. Free
school and full religious liberty, good cli
mate. Get your farm home from the Can
adian Pacific Railway, 2D years to pay.
Good land from $11 to $30 per acre; irri
gated lands from $35, and the government
guarantees your land and water titles.
Balance after fiist payment, extended
over It years, with Interest at 6 per cent;
privileges of paying in full any time. Be
fore final payment becomes due your farm
should have paid for itself. We will lend
you ud to S2uOO in Improvements In. cer
tain districts, with no security other than
the land iuself. Particulars on request.
Ready-made farms for sale. Special eas
terms. Loans for livestock. In defined
districts, after one year's occupation, un
der certain conditions, we advance cattle,
heep aud hogs to farmers up to a value
of $10C0. We want you; we can afford to
help you. We own the land; we want the
land cultivated. Our interests are mutual.
Buy direct and get your farm home from
the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Send for free book. J. S. Dennis, Assistant
to the President. Canadian Pacific Rail
way. 64 Ninth Ave., Calgary, Alberta,
BOO ACRES, mostly cut-over land, 3 miles
from Winchester, and 6 miles from Voli
nier. Idaho; 300 acres cultivated and 300
acres more that can be at small expense.
Balance timber. Heavy black loam soil,
railroad 2 miles, farm all in one body,
wire fence and cross-fenced, county road
2 sides, watered by springs and good well,
. gai engine and pump, water piped into
house, large pond stocked with trout, 2
good dwelling houses, bams, hoghouses,
henhouses, machinery sheds, warehouse,
blacksmith shop, granary, cellars, farm
well stocked with horses, cattle, hogs, and
a good farming outfit. Can grow grain,
grasses, alfalfa and clover. Good orchard
on place, rural mail, phone, close to school.
One of the best stock farms In North
Idaho. Price $50 per acre. Can handle
stock of lumber for about one-half, bal
ance cash or mortgage. Box 62, Nez
BUY FIVE ACRES and plant part In loga
berries; they thrive in Oregon and can be
profitably raised for juice or for drying,
we have cleared bench and botiom lands,
one mile to good Valley railroad town,
finest soil, creeks and springs; good roaas,
employment, schools; five acre with
house, $25 down, $10 month; unimproved
lands at less; let us show you. J. R.
Sharp, S3H &d at, room 557, Portland, Or.
FOR SALE Twenty acres more or less, ir
rigated land at Star.fitrld, Oregon; price
" $4000; payment of $500 all asked down,
commencing Jan. 1, 1!19, balance payable
In monthly Installments of $40, Interest
on unpaid balance at 5 per cent; Interest
not to begin until 1919, but buyer to as
sume taxes and water fees. Address J. E.
W 11 It ins, 22 South Oapltol ave Indianapo
ADMINISTRATOR'S sale of 320 o n TV II low
Creek, Malneur Co.; 125 acres of alfalfa,
5 natural mta.3ow, TO acres of strain, bO
acres of fallow, with a decreed water rignt
of 3 acre-feet and the finest outside -range
adjoining the ranch; this place cost $24,
00; on account of closing tne estate will
be sold beiow valuation, including stock
nd tools; j cash, balance on time. J. W.
Russell, box 77. Jamieson. Or.
R20 acres; loo acres cleared. 100 acres
can be cleared at small cost; fine, rich
bottom land; timber and pasture land;
fair buildings; a fine dairy farm; 7 miles
from New berg, in Cheaalom Valley; price
$50 per acre; will sell all or subdivide in
4-acre tracts. Inquire '.VIS Taylor st.
q00 ACRES of logged-off land in various
parts of Southwestern Washington for sale
to settlers only at prices ranging from
$5 per acre up. Small cash payment down,
balance in lu annual payments, with In
terest at 6 per cent. Call or write for
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER CO.,
Tacoma Bldg., Tacuma, Wash.
"WHEAT land for sale; 640 acres. Sec. 7,
Tp. 22 N. range 25 E. ; Grant Co., Wash.,
near Epharata; wild; mostly tillable and
fine soil ; only $12 per acre; terms; will
ell half; no trade. Write W. D. llodg
eon, Ashland, Or.
FINE DAIRY RANCH.
818 acre, close to Carlton, 75 acres
cleared, plenty of running water, 5-room
house, large barn and other outbuildings;
price only $40 per acre; verv cheap; terms.
F. C. King. 314 Spalding bldg.
4000 ACRES stump land, in solid body, high
percentage level, splendidly watered with
flowing streams: Ideal for stock raisiner or
dividing; price $10 per A. 910 Chamber
or commerce, rnone Marshall lobo.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY LAXD3,
Eastern Montana at $2.50 to $18 per acre;
suitable for farming: or grazing; easy
terms. For information write or see W.
n.. noit. Allies :ty, .l ont
LOGG ED-OFF stump land, $10 acre up;
terms; good soil; running water, markets,
employment. Mr. Sharp. 83 3d, rm. 537.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
FINE, close-in lot, 50x100; free from In
cumbrances. Am offered loan of $1000
on this lot. Want close-in acreage on
GOOD road ; land need not be improved,
but MUST be good soil and lay well. Lot
has cost over $00. Wish exchange about
tb is value; might assume small amount,
AP 623. Oregonlan.
And fine beach cottage, furnished, value
$1700. clear; want home in Portland $2000.
AO 640. Oregonlan.
WANTED Comer lot in good Eaat Side
residence district for my two lota ; mav
give some cash. Richanbach & Co., 707
WANT bargain In couple acres good garden
land with 7 or 8 -room house, close to good
carline. 503 Broadway bidg.
FOB BALE TIMBER LAND 8.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C J1 M'CRAKEX. 304 M'KAY BLDG.
9Y owner. 75 to 100 million. 3 mile to
salt water shipping. Buyers only.
S. C. WHITE. Chehalis. Wash.
TO KXCH A VO V. BE AL EST TE .
ARB TOIT LOOKING FOR THIS ?
Modern house. Irvtneton district: tirice
$5500; mtg.. $250 ; clear lot $1250, notes
mounting to m.'uu. ana win put in JIIH'U
In cash for business lot not to exceed
$7500 in value.
THE M ALONE O. HUTCHINS CO..
"House B xperts."
807- Henrv Bldg.
2S0 ACRES, near Bend, good tillable land,
clear or incumbrance, to trade for prop
erty near Eugene or Cor va ills. Address
AV 823, Oregor.Ian.
WLENDID S-room home, Irviagton; ex
change for bungalow; Alameda Rose Citv
Park or Irviuston. Last 273. W. H. ierd-
THRES full lot?. Nob Hill. $12,000; want
vacant lots, little caish and mortgage.
$3000 NEWPORT residence for Portland
residence or lots or good auto to $1500
s iirst payment. lUdO - . w. .Hank bldg.
FOR SALE or exchange, finest Income prop
erty in Portland. F. E. Bowman & Co., 213
Chamber of Commerce.
8 LOTS In Edmonson Addition to Marsh-
rieia, ur., ior auto or p.ayer piano. Phone
TWO pieces of Portland propertv to ex
change for Los Angeles or vlclnltv. A. K
Wllson lfol W. 33th PI.. Los Angeles
TWO fine lots in Newport and good acre of
ground in Clarke Co. to trade for auto.
SACRIFICE 2 lots, B!! Crest Addition
QUiUT Of $1000 for $600. East 6-115.
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE.
FINE, close-in lot. 50x100; free from In
cumbrance. Am offered loan of $1000
on this lot. Want close-In acreage on
GOOD road; land need not be improved,
but MUST be good soli and lay well. Lot
has cost over $2600. Wish exchange about
this value; might assume small amount.
AP 623. Oregonlan.
Properties of merit to match our large
lists of improved city, farm and income
properties; no inflated values cusidered,
C ALLAN & KASER, 722-24 Yroa Bldg.
52 ACRES, no mortgage. Upper Hood River
Valley; road through land, fine view,
creek, some timber; price reduced to $2500,
easy terms. Take lots or clear bungalow.
If you want a country snap, call Main 1955.
TO EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS.
HAVE you a clear lot to trade for a fine
Jfvu.r 1U1 iUCdllUU, to
111 4th st.
SOLID oak fiat top desk, plenty of drawers,
swap for camera, small rugs or flat type
mandolin. White, Pacific Employment Co.
GASOLINE fishboat wanted in exchange for
clear lot. T 654, Oregonlan.
Horses. Vehicles, Harness. Etc.
FOR SALE 6 matched teams horses. 4
years old ; also some 8 and 10-year-old
horses at the Star Sand Company's barn,
East 8th and Flanders.
A COUPLE of good farm teams ; some
wagons and buggies for sale cheap. Stable
20 Grand ave. East 6113.
FOR SALE One team of young- mares, well
matched, weighing 3000 lbs. ; 1 team of
mares, weighing 260O. 226 Russell st.
FOR SALE Horses, wagons, buggies. 8
E. 7th st. X.
DEAD horses and animals hauled away free.
Wood lawn 20. Portland Rendering Co.
CALL at 546 Front; wagons, buggies, bar
, ne3, all sizes, all prices; must sell.
DEAD horses and cattle taken away free.
Call day or night. Tabor 4203.
HORSES for hire by day or month. C W.
Townsend Co.. 380 Front. Main 1571.
Pianos, Organs aiid Musical Instruments.
SECURITY STORAGE CO. CLOSING OUT.
$350 Marshall & Wendell UpL. cash. .$ 80
$300 Louis XV. Walnut Upright, cash 45
$400 Checkering, old model, cash 4-0
$275 F. & C. Fischer, oid model SO
$250 Pianola Player, mahogany....... 45
$325 Lindell Upright, mahogany 135
$135 Story & Cla.-k Parlor Organ.... 25
$o0 Emerson Colonial Piano 160
To first caller, 1U9 4th, near Washington.
Your piano stored for 75c monthly.
HAVE your piano tuned, repaired or re
fin Ished by our professional men. Port
land Piano Tuning. Repairing fc Mfg. L.O.,
240 Hawthorne. Phone East 1072.
AN ELEGANT player piano in mah. case.
Colonial design, late 1916 model, plays fco
note roll ; yours ror $2L0; pay $1.50 per
week. Inquire 2S5 Morrison st.
$5 DOWN, $1.25 weekly, without interest,
buys $325 1916 model piano for $245;
total saving $145.28. Schwan Piano Co.,
Ill 4th st., at Washington.
BEAUTIFUL SS-note mah. piano p.ayer,
with 25 rolls up-to-date music, $200 ; pay
$6 per month. Graves Music Co., 151 4th
st. at Morrison st.
75c MONTHLY stores your piano, or will
sell at your price or buy it for cash. Call
Main 5323. Security Storage Co., Ill 4th,
R1CH-TO.VEO upright piano, has been little
used ; cost $425, now $230 ; pay $5 cash
"d $1 per week. 151 4th st.
BABY GRAND mahogany piano; will sell
ve'7 low tu quick buyers on terms. 151
kiMBALL $350 upright oak piano; will
close out for $85 cash this week. Security
Storage Co.. li9 4th st
KINGSBURY mah. player piano $1G0; pay
$i per month; free music rolls. 2S5 Mor
rison. PIANOS rented, $2. $3 and up. All rent can
apply on purchase price. Graves Music
Co., 151 4th st.. at Morrison st.
GOOD practice pianos on low terms and at
tractive prices. If you can't call, write
Graves iiusi-- Co., 151 4th st., at Morrison.
SPLENDID Hind man upright piano, $170
easy terms. Graves Music Co., 151 4th st."
at Morrison st. '
VF.RY fine, highest grade baby grand piano
51UU0 model, will seil at reduction. rar-
ticulars at 2S5 Morrison.
FL'LL-SIZE SS-note ma h. player piano 205
like new; pay per week. Graves, 151
ELEGANT walnut upright piano; cost $4000;
will sell very low and on easy terms.
. A;, ply 85 Morrison st.
$2li0 LIKE new player piano, with 30 rolls
of .SS-noie music and bench. Apply 151
FREE use of piano or player piano 2 H
years. See display adv. of Schwan Piano
Co., ill 4th sl
WHITE for our big bargain list of used
r.-gli-grad-s pianos and player pianos.
daves Music Co.
$23 CASH secures $135 parlor organ tomor
row at 109 4th st.
$55 CASH buys a $450 Haines Bros, piano
- tomorrow. Security storage Co., 109 4tn.
WHITE today for our big bargain list.
Graves Music Co.. 151 4th St., Portland.
NICE little upright piano, $95, pay $1 per
week. 265 Morrison.
FAMOUS "REES VIOLINS" and REPAIR
1NG. 413 AL1SKY BLDG.
SPLENDID little player piano. $125; pay $5
cash and $1 per week. 151 4th st.
Furniture for Iaie.
FURNITURE at sacrifice; rugs, piano pic
tures. English breakfast table, $75 vio
trola, fireplace fixtures, etc. Call atter
nooiis or evenings 990 Wasco st Rose City
car to 33d. East 5440
FURNITURE for 6-room flat, reasonable
for cash. Piano. 273 H 14th st.
pogs. Birds and Fet Slock.
AVPEt?tEIMP- ST- DON AN AT STUD.
LADDI X KENNELS. EST AC ADA, OR.
DOGS and horses clipped. 415 E. 7th at. B
lih2, East 1S47.
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows and one
Guernsey; one just fresh. One fine driving
horse. sinla buggy and harness, at once.
Phone M 74. Call S26 Northwestern Bank
bidg. p. T. Short.
25 FRESH dairy cows; terms. Woodlawo
2400. Bruce, Union Stockyards.
THRESHING OUTFIT AT BARGAIN
plete, nearly new. in running order, gaso-
Launches and Boats.
FOR PALE 1-rooni houseboat, nicely fur
nished, very low price. No. 30 Willamette
Moorage. Phone Gi eene, Main 6500.
21-KT. launch. 6 H. P. motor. $125. West
end Madison bridge.
HOL'SEI- OAT, "Kill Kare," at a bargain,
too of Harney ave. 1 hone B 1447.
NEW REMINGTON RENTAL PLAN With
manufacturer s guarantee and rentals ap
pU ing on purchase; visible models, $3 mo. ;
S..50 for $3 mo.; other rmdels less Rem
ington Typewriter Company, 86 Broadway
W E can save from SO to 75 per cent on all
makes of typewriters; send for our illus
trated fMdr. Retail department WHOLE-
SAI.R T PyTl'PITB"Q -,-k 1- o tit i
r . . .... v.v.. o i i.an. bt.
NEW. rebuilt, second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. it. Co.. ?:n KfaT-u .t tn.-r
-w , i ui l it r oiuing 1 ype writer.
Alain 22S5. Pease & Bonbright. 110 sixth.
lUlo T-ord tourfne, practically new,
hand horn. speedometer and Hassalo
shock absorber. $305.
1015 Ford touring, like new, $395
ll15 Ford touring. $305.
1914 Ford touring. finest condition,
electric lights. $325.
1014 Ford tourinif, $325.
Terms if desired and a year's free
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EX
E. 1199. East 13th and Hawthorne ave.
CADILLAC touring car. Timken axles,
fine condition lTS
STl'DEBAKER "20" touring car,
first-class condition $225
FORD roadster, late model $300
STl'DEBAKER "0." 1915 touring car,
electric starter and lights $700
OREGON MOTOR CAR CO,
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Ftndebaker Distributors, Park and Davis.
MAXWELL, llsrht deMverv. good
shape; has panel delivery body;
Just repainted and ready for let
tering; good non-skid tires; low
price. S63 E. Oregon. East 7222.
FIVE-TON truck, ust overhauled, ea
terms. Ask for demonstration.
KOEHRIXG MACHINE CO.. K W
D4 Hawthorne, East End Hawthorne
PIERCE ARROW, a4.ton truck,
good tires; first-class shape me
chanically. $475. 53 E. Oregon
sL East 7222.
6IJGHTLY used tires from $3 to $10 each
Tuloanised, 25o; tiro rpairinjf. 207 Madison
A utomob lies
EACH week wo aim to offer 1 car at "bar
gain day" price,
THIS WEEK'S OFFERLVG. '
1 E. M. F. 5-passenger touring1, $300.
A demonstration will convince you it is
Our stock at present Includes ;
, 1 Studebaker.
Our used car department has its own
salesmen, who will, gladly wait on yon.
TERMS IF DESIRED.
H. L. KEATS AUTO COMPANY,
Broadway and Burnsido.
-ton JEFFERY truck.
-ton WILLYS truck.
1- ton SELT-ON truck.
2- ton UNIVERSAL truck,
a-ton PACKARD truck.
THESE TRUCKS ARE ALL IN GOOD
MECHANCAL CONDITION-; WUU
$300 and Up Term.
ITUXK C. RIGGS CO.,
23d and Washington.
USED AUTO SNAPS.
1915 MITCHELL. 6-passenger. -cylinder;
used very little. J
1918 MITCHELL. 5-passenger, 4-cylln-der.
in Al condition. '
1914 IMPERIAL, 6-passenger, 4-cyL
1912 MITCHELL, B-passenger, 6-cyt
. 1914 AMERICAN, 7-passenger.
inder; Al condition.
MAXWELL, 5-paasenger, 4-cyllnder.
MOLINE, 5-passenger, 4-cylIader.
OVERLAND. 4-passenger. 4-cyllnder.
VELIE, 2-pasEenger. 4-cyllnder.
OLDSMOBILE. B-paasenger. 4-cyl loder.
SEVERAL OTHERS TO SELECT FROM
PRICES $200 UP.
MITCHELL., LEWIS & ST AVER CO.,
E. FIRST AND E. MORRISON STS.
EAST 7272. B i2l.
High-grado machines that have had the
SSnnifi Ca and ln sP!endld mechanical
condition, for sale at $700 and up; Pack
ards. Locomobiles and others- 2 5 and
7-passenger cars. "
1 5-pass., 4-cyL phaeton.
1 7-pass., 4-cyl. touring.
1 6-pass., 6-cyl. phaeton.
' 1 7-pass., 6-cyl. touring
FRANK r. RIGGS CO.
23d and Washington Sts
CHALMERS model K, overhead
valves; make dandy bug; good
non-skid tires; $150 cash. 363 K
Oregon. East 7222.
New 1915 7-pass. body, car fully
equipped and in excellent condition. Covey
Motor Car Co., Mam 6244. Seo us for good
used cars. a
CADILLAC roadster in fl rat-clans
o.ape 863 E- reon East
Reo touring car. $350. Dodge, $650
Krit, $200. Maxwell roadster. $350. Many
others. Covey Motor Car Co.. Main 6244
1911 CADILLAC 1911.
The reliable, always dapendabl. most
serviceable car 4hat $4."0 can buy. Covey
Motor Car Co., Main 6244.
FOR USED CARS.
Come to the- Covy Motor Car Co.. 21st
and Wash. Main 6244.
BRISCOE Four-cylinder, almost new, at
bargain; terms if desired
Oakland auto co..
Main 414. 16th and Alder.
FOR LEAE New garage Just being built
at 41st and Division sts.. 55x100 feet. See
owner. J. H. Nash, 723 Chamber of Com
merce, Main 5129.
WILT' Pay cash for late model Bulcks,
Dodge and Hupmoblles.
H. O. PECK GARAGE,
1063 Hawthorne Ave.
FOR EXCHANGE 10 acres improved, clear
tlt'e. no incumbrances, for new Ford and
little money, to suit. Owners only. Peter
son HQ E. 8th rt. Phone East 459
NEW 1916 FORD TOURING CAR
BEN J. E. BOONE & CO
Main S966. 614 Alder.
2-TON Reo truck, slightly used, good m
ch an leal condition, new tires. casa or
terms. Phone Maxwell, East 4428, or call
61 Union ave. N.
I WILL pay cash for Fords and Bulcks.
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EX.
East llt. E. 13th and Hawthorne ave.
FOR SALJS Bulck roadster, all equipped,
or trade for 5-pass. Ansoina Hotel. Mr.
WILL pay cash for Ford cars.
H. O. PECK GARAGE,
1063 Hawthorne Ave.
AUTOS sold on commission; bring them in.
Corner of Shaver and Garfield. Woodlawn
1114. Llndall Garage.
BEACH bungalow. Rose City equitv War
renton lot. for light auto. Main 3e63.
GOOD looking 5-pafsenger Reo, $90 down;
bib buy. Garage, Union and HoIIaday.
TWO taxicabs tor sale cheap : first-class
condition. 230 10th. Mar. 5305.
FOR SALE: Detroit electrio in perfect or
der Tabor 2411.
ROADSTER, C 36 Bulck. late 1915 model.
fine condition. Main 6442.
.c SALE by owner, Everett Six, Just over
hauied. $475. AM 6&4, Oregonian.
X WANT an automobile; must be first-class.
Will trade house and lot, clear of incum
brance. Se owner, J. H. Nash, 723 Cham
ber of Commerce. Main 5129.
For late model Ford touring car In good
condition. S 6S9. Oregonlan.
WANT to trade for a good automobile. C.
J. Cullison, 205 Morrison st.
EXCHANGE two lots at Portsmouth for
auto. AP 6SS, Oregonlan.
Automobiles for Hire.
KING S AUTO for hire. $1.50 per hour.
Phcne Marshall 2350. A 2983.
5-PASS. Overland, anywhere. Reasonable.
Phone Sellwood 19S.
1D16 BIG SIX touring, $1.25 per hour.
1916 Ford. $1 per hour. Marshall 149.
1916 DODGE, $1.25 per hour, touring, calling
and shopping. Main 7435.
AUTOS without driver for hire. Long A
Ei'va. 462 Hawthorne ave. Phone E. 0640.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY and other
trips very reasonable. Marshall 25 71.
$2 EACH, all-day highway trips; fine car,
careful driver. Woodlawn 3307.
AUTOS -without drivers , city garage. S6
10th at. Phone Marshall 1817, A 4246.
WANTED Hauling' for truck, city or coun
try; reasonable charges. Seilwood 49.
COLUMT3IA Highway trips, new car and old
driver, phoue Woodlawn 3471.
7-PASS. Cadillac, .Columbia Highway trips,
$1.50 each. Phone Main 783.
FOR BALE Dayton motorcycle, 2-speed. 9
H. P., late model, fully equipped! $150i
3i3 Guild st. Main 4923.
BICYCLES and motorcycles bought and sold,
R. H. Blocker. 276 Taylor, corner 4th.
BELT-DRIVEN duplex pump with 4-H. P.
gas engine. 80-H. P. horizontal locomotive
type boiler, 45-H. P. Erie center crank
engine, cheap. Call Tabor 2947.
We make and nan non-rustlnc
screens. Phona our repair depart
ment. THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
OLIVER K. JEFFERY, President.
Marshall 3718, A 629L
FOR SALE Miscellaneous rails, relaying
rails. In stock ready for shipment 4oo
tons 45-lb. rails. 1000 tons 50-lb. and 56-lb.
rails. Numerous other sizes. Contractors
equipment of all kinds. Second-hand pipe
and screw casing. San Francisco Iron
Metal Co., 256 Nortn Point U, San irran
Cash registers, slightly used, reduced prices;
second-hand and rebuilt National cash reg
isters low priced, easy monthly payments.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.
32-354 Burnside St.. Cor. bth.
Phone Broadway 1810.
SEWING MACHINES 200 slightly used
sewing machines, all makes, will be closed
out. Dropheads. $5 and up; box tops, $2
and up. S. S. Siegel, two stores. .83 Alder
st. and 242 Alder at.
SEWING MACHINES of all makes sold for
less; no agents employed ; old machines
taken in exchange; machines rented. $2
per month. Sewing Machine Emporium.
1&0 3d. near Taylor. Main 9431. A 3126.
MISH Ft RNI1URE CO. pays highest cash
prices fci your furniture or household
foods; immediate attention and a square
deal. Phone us. Main 576$, or call at the
ptore, 1S4 1st st., near Yamhill Market.
COLUMBIA graphophone. 40 double diso
records, handsome record cabinet. The
whole outfit cost over $100. Our price, $35
complete; mahogany finish. Mlsh Furni
turo Co., 184 First st.
BICYCLE, $15; large standing mirror $20;
drop head sewing machine. New White.
$20; gas and electric fixtures less than
cost. Aggress pox ows, oregonlan.
PORTABLE garages, houses hunting
cabirs, chicken-houses, woodsheds, etc
Mil!raade Construction Co., 544 Hood st.
Main 1167. Residence phone, Wdln. 3615.
HIGHEST cash price paid for" rifleand
shotguns, cameras, kodaks and lenses
bought, sold and exchanged, Hochfeld's
Camera Exchange, 85 3d st. Main 3581.
LADIES beautiful turquoise cluster ring, 14
selected white diamonds; must eelL Very
reasonable. K 666. Oregonlan.
CASH REGISTERS, slightly used; our prices
are lower. Cash Register Exchange, 301
Washington st. Main 606.
$50 BUYS printing outfit, suitable for
church or Sunday school programmes;
half price. 2741 67th st. S. E.
ELECTRIC motors for sale, trade or rent;
expert repairing. Walker Electric Works,
413 Burnside st. Broadway or A 5674.
FOR SALE or rent, logging and hoisting
engines; all kinds machinery, rails, cars.
Railway equipment Co.. 76 1st. liain 2363.
CASH REGISTERS, National sold on
monthly payments ; liberal discount for
cash. Ilochfeld Bros.. 1st and Yamhll sts
PLUMBING supplies at wholesale prices.
Stark-Davis Co.. 212 8d st. Main 797.
MACHINERY bought, sold and repaired. N"
W Lead & Machinery Co.. 311 Front mtl
FUR SALE Woman's wheel. Columbia, fine
condltlL-n. Apply mornings. Main 7687.
LATEST scries Chandler & Price 10x15,
equipped with motor AP 663. Oregonlan.
KALE plants for Q,Ie. 40c per hundred. i.
F. Hecox, Erroll station, Sellwood 1652.
ROLL-TOP desk, $14.50 f il i n g cabLne tand
chairs. 107 2d st.
CHERRIES for sale, 4 cents a pound. S6th
and Alameda Drir-e. Take Broadway car.
SPOT CASH OR YOUR FURNITURE.
20S First. KLINE S 208 First.
A phone call will bring the buyer with
the money. We buy and sell everything
for the house; no lot too small or too big
WE PAY THE BEST PRICES.
WE PAY THE BEST PRICES.
GEVURTZ buys your furniture, etoves.
rugs, carpets, organs, etc. We pay the
highest cash prices for household tjooaa.
Phone and our buyer will call at once.
Gevurtz Furniture Store 207 1st, between
Taylor and Salmon. Phone Marshall 68.
LEVIN HOW. & FERN. CO.. 221 Front U
We buy, sell all kinds of household goods,
f urnituie, carpets and ranges, restaurant
outfits; hardware, including tools of any
description; also -trunks, valises, suitcases,
guns, rifles. Main 1072. A 7174.
WILL pay highest prices and spot cash for
good used furniture, rugs, etc. Prompt at
tention and courteous treatment. Phone
Main 5768. J. C. Peterson.
I WANT good second-hand furniture, car
pets, ranges, etc.; 1 will pay cash,
WILL PAY CASH FOR
SECOND-HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
PHONE MAIN 3332. A 257.
HIGHEST PRICES PAITJ
for second-hand furniture household
goods. 51 N. 3d. Broadway 119.
liE WISE, tell your furniture to the j. ard
Auction Co. Main 8591, 191 2d st.
OWL FLKNITURE CO. pays the best price
i.oi juur lurunure. iiu isi. juain W4.
WE want good second-hand furniture and
will pay the price. Marshall 1S22.
WILL pay cash for 2d-hand furniture. Call
-i r. v asnourn. jiar. 4 1 &.
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHING.
$7.50 PAID FOR SUITS $7.50.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS. SHOES
AND EVERYTHING IN MERCHANDISE.
MAIN 2080. GLOBE STORE. MAIN 2080.
FOUR YEARS IN BUSINESS.
285 FIRST ST.. NEAR JEFFERSON.
SECOND - HAND CLOTHING WANTED
J. METER, THE TAILOR PAYS $750
AND UP FOR SECOND-HAND SUITS.
HE PAYS YOU MOKE FOR SHOES AND
CLOTHING. THE RELIABLE BUYER
CALL MARSHALL 1228. 229 MADISON
SHOWCASES, Counters, Scales. Cash Reg
isters, Restaurant and Confectionery Fix
tures bought and sold. Main 4495. 128
First, near Alder.
WE pay highest prices for metals, rubber,
auto tires, machinery, belting.
ALASKA BAG &, METAL CO,
175 Front St., Cor. Yamhill.
WANTED Second-hand clothes; honest
deal. We pay $6 for men's suits and high
est prices for all kinds clothing, shoes,
e:c. Call Main 4776. 247 Front st.
WANTED Machinery, pipe. etc. We buy or
dismantle old plants. Call our Junk dept.
for your Junk. M. Barae Ac Sons. Main
663. A 1663.
CASH for your old gold, silver, platinum
and high-grade ore. H. M. Pickering,
Mfg. Jeweler. 21S Oregonlan bldg.
WANTED National cash register. Main
606. 351 H Washington st.
WANTED Cash registers, showcases. 1st
and Yamhill. Main 3886.
HELP WANTED MALE.
UNCLE SAM OPENS
COLVILLE INDIAN RESERVATION".
Regis ration from July 5 to 22, 1916.
Drawing July 27.
Unnecessary for soldiers and sailors to
go to registration points to register. We
can arrange your registration for you. For
booklet giving full information apply,
WASFTNGTON LAND INFORMATION A
Ground Floor. 306 Oak st, opposite Oregon
Bldg, Portland Or. Open 8:30 to 9 P. M,
MIDDLE-AGED and elderly men make
miiney selling our hard' guaranteed or
namental and fruit stock; cash weekly;
part expense provided. Washington Nim
sery Co., Toppenish, Wash.
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL.
445 HAWTHORNE AVE.
BOOKKEEPER Young man familiar with
cost accounting, AG Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MAN and wife as cook and waitress, coun
try hotel, close in, $60 and found. Marker
on the rolls, $3; table edgerman, $3; dog
gers. $2.50 to $2.75; 20 miU hanas and
Six married men for yard work, $2.25 to
$2.50 for good men ln a good Little town In
Washington. Backers, taiiers. donkey en
Farm hand, $40: milkers, $35 to $40;
hay hands, hop yard men, dairymen, all
kinds come early.
Cooks, waiters. dishwashers, kitchen
helpers, all kinds; Jobs coming ln at ail
hours. Watch our boards for Jobs.
We advance your fare to Grays' Harbor
to box factory and mill Jobs for several of
the best companies ln that section.
Young man stenographer, under 80 years
of age, for large lumber company. South
ern Oregon; an excellent opportunity, $60
month to start. See Mr. Coxon.
WE HAVE THE JOBS.
WE HAVE THE MEN.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT COMPANY,
LARGEST IN THE WEST.
CORNER SECOND AND BURNSIDE.
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
14th and Johnson Sts.
U. fi. Government Employment Office
LOGANBERRY PICKERS WANTED.
Season begins July 1, lasting about alx
weeks. Pickers must provide their own
camping equipment. Those registering at
once will be given choice of locations.
Splendid opportunity for a profitable out
ing. Good wages can be made. Families
15 for near Lents.
25 for near Beaverton.
25 for near Gresham.
50 for near Dundee.
15 for near Newberg.
20 for near Jenne Station.
80 for near Beardsley Landing.
350 for near Salem.
See this office for Jobs of every de
scription. NO FEES ARE CHAR GED.
Y. M. C. A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
Day and night classes; tra.ning in re
" pairing, driving and machine work, in
cluding forge, lathe, ihap'ir. drlllpresa,
etc.; time unlimited. Secure pass at Edu
cational office Y. M. C A bldg. to inspect
our shops and methods. COMPETENT
CHAUFFEURS AND MECHANICS SUP
PLIED. Tuition fee Includes MEMBER
SHIP IN Y. M. C A. and Its EMPLOY
MENT DEPARTMENT use of 60-fc swim
mlng pool, shower baths, gymnasium, etc
ANY Intelligent person, either sex. of good
education and business ability; must be
able to handle correspondence and write
good business letter; an opportunity to
start a small but profitable malL- order
business ln your own home or office; good
for $100 a week when established; can be
managed in spare time, evenings, or as a
side line at first; grows rapidly; send for
particulars. Heacock Co., b07 lieacock
bldg., Lockport, N. Y.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A
Young men seeking employment in com
mercial, clerical or technical lines are In
vited to consult the Employment Secre
tary. To non-members a special member
ship Is issued, costing $5 per annum,
giving seivice of the department for a
year two months' full privileges and re
fund of membership fee if satisfactory
employment is not secured.
WANTED Young man, between the age of
14 and 20, for special worK during the
bummer "months; one who has the person
ality to meet the public and who is will
ing to work; a chance to earn from, ten
( lu) to twenty t,20 dollars per week
and work guaranteed until tne early part
of September; answer, give phone number
and address. K 685, Oregonian.
GRAIN ELEVATOR CARPENTERS.
BURRELL ENGINEERING fc CON
705 BA KE It BLDG,
WALLA WALLA. WASH.
200 RUNNERS WANTED.
1o train for footraces for July 4 at Rose
City Speedway nac k. luO-yard, 1-mile, 5
mile and 10-mile races. Gold and silver
medals, cash and merchandise prizes. Car
nival of eporis. Com. at track.
WANTED Bright, energetic young man
who has had advertising and selling ex
perience, one wno has sold adv. preferred.
Apply Directory Adv. dept. The Pac. Tel.
& Tel. Co., Mr, Higglns, K. 104. Telephone
DENTIST, with some cash, wanted to take
over practice and equipment in a good
Oregon town; cash receipts average $3u0
per month ; equipment and furniture is
good and worth all that is asked; terms
on balance. Address A V 300, Oregonian.
WANTED Man for manufacturing plant
capable of operating aud repairing gas
engine and willing to do other work which
may be assigned him; state experience. Y
WANTED Single man about 30 who can
do hard work or pack goods, capable of
keeping account stock. Give phone num
ber, experience, references. R 638, Orego
nlan. STENOGRAPHER wanted as assistant to
manager of old-established house; good
opening for steady, reliable, aggressive
young man. Must have references. E 6S8,
WANTED Two capable, energetic men to
sell "Wear-Ever" aluminum specialties in
country territory near Portland; must have
aito or other means of conveyance. 522
MECHANICS wanted everywhere; good
wages'. Fit yourself by courses in steam,
gas or electrical engineering. Student aid
plan Free catalogue from Sea.cle Engi
neering School. Roy st.. Seattle.
WANTED Saddle makers for hand
stamped work and heavy plain saddles;
continuous employment to good men. Ad
dress Great West Saddlery Co., Calgary,
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, 20 to 26 years
of age; good prospects for advancement
to ambitious young man. AN 686, Ore
gonian. EXPERIENCED high-class industriarales
men; one of the safest and cleanest In
vestment propositions on the market. 613
Bankers' Trust bldg.. T a com a.
TAILOR to work on alterations! must be
thoroughly experienced; all new work.
Brownsville Woolen Mills. 3d and Mor
HERE'S TOt CHANCE.
Uncalled for suits $3.50 up
ORPHEUM CLEANERS, 353 Stark, cor. Park
WANT PAINTING AND KALSOMINING.
Will pay with rent of modern flat for 1
year or longer. AL 6S4, Oregonian.
WANTED Al automobile electrician; noth
ing but first-claes need apply. L 5S0, Ore
gonlan. INVES T IGATE OUR SYSTEM A ND PRICE 3
A DC OX AUTO SCHOOL.
266 11TH AND JEFFERSON.
WANTED July 3, 200 loganberry pickers;
register now. L. H. Roberta, route 7, box
197. Salem. Or.
ADVE RT1S I NQ solicitors, experienced In
special edition work. Clyde Agency, 207
ABLE-BODIED men to qualify for firemen,
brakemen, $120 monthly; experience ua
necessary. Railway, Oregonian.
WANTED First-class coatmaker and bush,
elman, steady work, inside. Maxwell, the
tailor. 2S9 Washington st.
WANTED Neat, energetic young man with
kodak experience to assist in koaak d
partment. A J 68. Oregonlan
ENERGETIC young man to repair talking
machines. EUers Talking Machine Co.
PHOTO agents, something new; extra "com",
mission paid. Sarony Studio, Royal biug.
STEWARD, small country hotel. Northern
Pacific Labor Agency, 34 N. 2d.
WANTED A-l auto body and wheel builder.
Oregon Auto Top Co, 14th and Couch.
FIRST-CLASS, live wire painter and paper
hanger. 603 Tourney bldg., 12 o'clock.
BARBER wanted, steady Job. 205 Morrison
BOY with wheel for grocery. Apply early.
BUSHELMAN wanted. Bradford Clothes
Shop. 125 3d x
EXPERIENCED bootblack. Call at 1S8 3d.
BARBER wanted 249 u. Alder st.
BAKbER wanted; steady Job. 232 2d at.
Help Wan ted A gent s.
WHY sell Inferior? Our hospital policy costs
no more. 301 Board of Trade bldg.
Help Wanted Salesm en .
SALESMAN Every retail store wants our
pioposition ; nothing like it ever before
at less than 20 times ,the cost; business
repeats every 10 weeks. We want sales
men in small towns as well ae in large
cities. For full particulars address J. y.
O Brien &, Co, 164 W. Washington st,,
SALESMEN wanted; energetic, reliable men
wanted to represent one of the oldest
nurseries on the Pacific Coast. A com
plete line of fruit trees, small fruits and
ornamentals. Liberal commissions. Cash
advanced on orders.
ALBANY NURSERIES, Albany. Or.
BECAUSE development of new territories
are constantly in need capable men pos
sessing some sales experience, permanent
work, excellent chance for advancement.
S. Grand, ave. Portlano,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Young lady between the age of
14 and 20, for special work during the
Summer months; one who has the per
sonality to meet the public and who is
willing to work; a chance to earn from
ten tlO) to twenty 2 dollars per week
and work guaranteed until the early part
of September; answer, give phone number
and address. AG 6b4. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED SEWING MACHINES
Steady work and good pay. Apply Gar
ment Factory. Oregon City Wooiea Mills.
LADY cook for Summer at small beach
family hotel; one whose skill savors of the
home kind and who is neat, economical
and quick at filling orders; state age and
lowest wages in letter. Box A, Kocka
S OMtN. become U. S. Government clerks,
5.0 month; Portland examinations coming.
Sample questions free. Franklin inaU-
-.utc, uepi. iuor, rtocnester, n. x,
EXPERIENCED marker and sorter, also
feeders and folders on mangle.
PALACE LAUNDRY CO,
East 10th and Everett.
WOMAN to care for 11-months-old child
during day for board and room and small
wages. AM 62. Oregonian.
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE; SUMMER
RATE; NEW METHODS. 502-3 CO
ELDERLY woman for light housework, care
of 2 children ; parents employed during
day; wages $8 mo. AL 6S3. Oregonlan.
A WOMAN to do housework, not all time
required, no cooking; good home 361
10th. Main 3312.
NEAT middle-aged woman with husband
ei;'plo ed, to help in rooming-house for
apattnieiiL T 63, Oregonian,
Sanitary Beauty Parlors College foriadles
only; make yourself Independent with good
trade. 400-412 Dekum bldg, 3d and Waio.
HINSDAL'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. In
dividual instructions, start any date. 502
Orpheum bldg. Positions secured.
SCHOOLGIRL to board cheap at Seaside,
for little assistance around house, more as
companion. Marshall 2l97.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for re
sponsible position. Viavi Company, 4-UJ
Pittock block. 3Js5 Washington.
WANTED Power machine operators! Ap
ply E. W. Simmons Glove Co, 5th and
HAIRDRESSER MANICURIST; LITTLE
CAPITAL; AT ONCE. 502-3 COLUMBIA
WANTED LADIES TO DEMONSTRATE;
$2 TO $3 DAY MADE. 502-3 COLUMBIA
GIRL for general housework and plain cook.
li:g; good wasea. 1764 E. YamhliL.
GIRL for general housework ln small fam
ily. 4yi E. bth st. N.
YOUNG girl wanted for restaurant; no ex
perience needed; good pay. 30 Couch.
FlivS i'-CLASS manicurist for Board of Trade
STYLISH dressmaker wanted by the day.
$2. Call OlK Davis st.
GIRL for general housework ; four ln fam
ily; 05 Knott st. East 6349.
WANT fat girl or midget for show. X CQ'J.
O re gou ian.
WANTED Lady to learn beauty culture;
neat appearance. S07 Northwest bidg.
GIRL for housework; will be treated as one
ln family; $15 month. Tabor 547.
WANT dressmaking; will give fine guitar.
WANTED Girl to help with light housework
and children, by day preferred. East 6614.
MISS MATTINOLY'3 SCHOOL. Shorthand,
typewriting, $5 mo. 26i 14th. Main 3Si3.
WORKING housekeeper for rooming-house.
Apply 253 Washington St.. room 11.
COOKS, waitress;-?, family help $15 to $35.
Howe's, room 35. 27v' Wasriington.
FOR $2 I -a ill teach you to put gold on
your own d ishes. Tabor 3332.
WANTED ;irl for eookiug and light house
work. 16 Ella st.
WAIST finis hern, experienced also helpers;
must be experienced. 221 12th st.
EXPERIENCED cook, private family, good
wages. Phone Mar. 3056.
PRIVATE home for children, any age; 15
years experience. 714 Everett. Mar. 2162.
GIRL wanted for general housework. 874
GIRL for housework. -4 GO J. I7tla North.
II LLP WAN TED 3XALE OK FEMALE.
STAMMERING and -stuttering corrected.
Natural speech method. Information hours,
lO-lll, 2-3. G. K Rathbun Institute,
room 501 Columbia bldg., Washington and
West Park. Phoue Main 106i. consultation
PRIVATE SUMMER SCHOOL.
MISS DECKER'S Private Business Col
lege. Lav and night classca. Special Sum
mer rates. Alisk y bldg.. 3d and Morrison.
MOHLER BARBER SCHOOL wants men
and women to learn the barber trade free
of charge, in 8 weeks; position secured;
pay while learning. 36-38 N. 2d st.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE wants men
and women to learn the barber trade.
Summer rates; tools free; paid while learn
ing. Write for catalogue. 2d and Burnside
OREGON BARBER COLLEGE Men and
women to learn tne barber trade In 8
weeks; positions guaranteed. 233 Madison,
JAPANESE Free Erapt. Bureau, Mn. 2191, A
1670. Jap. Ass'n of Or., 218 Henry bldg.
WANT vaudeville people for two days next
week. T 6S2, Oregonlan.
HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Men to try examinations for
Government Jobs; $70 month; common ed
ucation sufficient. Address Immediately,
AV 100. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
CITY OF PORTLAND.
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
- 14th and Johnson Sts.
EFFICIENT MEN FOR "ALL POSITIONS.
Salesmen, office men, clerks, mechanics,
farm hands, housemen, cooks, mill men,
loggers, laborers, etc
No fee charged employer or employ.
Out-of-town orders given prompt atten
tlon. Main 3555, ' A 5624.
YOUNG man, 23. wants position as machine
bill clerk ; 2 years' experience. K 6b6,
MECHANIC desires permanent position, ex
pert gasoline engines and motorcycles;
some experience automobiles and oxy
acetylene welding. Address AP 669, Orego
liianor phone Home A 1926.
JEWELRY manager and salesman with ex
perience and ability desires position now
or August 1. In large retail or department
store; best reference. Address AV 303,
TWO men want general hauling. 4-ft wood,
coal, sack cement, furniture or anything.
Aut- truck service. Murphy & Gross. 3-9
Front st. Phone Main 78.
CHEF, cook, long experience in best hotels;
wants posirlon in city or first-class coun
try hotel. Phone Main 1773, room 117, or
aadress E 674. Oregonlan.
PRINTER, thoroughly experienced ln coun
try newspaper work, wants situation; mar
ried, not afraid of work, a sticker. M. H.
Crockett. 251 Broadway, Portland. Or.
MAN and wife, no children, want to take
care of furnished house for Summer; cheap
rent; good reference. Call Main 3347 bet.
8 P. M. and 6 P. M.
YOUNG man, 24, wants position of any kind
with chance of advancement. K 6S7. Ore
gonlan. WANTED Grass or weed. weeds and
grass. If you have any to cut, call up
ELDERLY man wants position on farm. Al
all-around farmer, good references. AG
CARPENTER. Jobbing, remodeling, screens
made to order. Shop 327 23d st. Main
JANITOR and wife want management of
apartment-house, all or part time, for
man. Main 205S.
YOUNG Japanese wants position In private
family, garden or housework; hop, drive
car. 52 1 N. 3d sL. O. Q. N.
YOUR building, repairing, painting, tint
ing wanted, reasonable, reliable; exchange
considered. Sellwood 1655.
JAPANctE wants Job evenings; do any
work. Main 57?-3. Call after 4 o'clock.
FIRST-CLASS short-order and dinner cookZ
Call East 3610. x
EXPERIENCED young man wants Janitor
or elevator work. C 667, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE, good cook, wants position; prl
vate family. A 1569, Main S6V3.
YOUNG man wants Janitor work, half day,
mornings, steady. Main 2302.
KALSOMINING. painting, plaster patching
reasonable. Woodlawn 2490.
WANTED Lawn or garden work; odd
Jobs. Call Sell. 1458.
PAINTING, carpenter work, remodeling;
cheap by contract. Phone Sellwood $7.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
YOUNG lady, experienced typist, telephone
exchange operator and general office as
sistant. AB 65S, Oregonlan. Will sub.
RELIABLE young lady desires stenographic
position: experienced along mechanical
lines. AO 690. Oregonian.
LAW STENOGRAPHER wishes position.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEM A TLE.
Pre-a ma k era.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking and tailoring, al
teratlons and remodel.ng; designing a
specialty. 363 Yamhill st. Main 2115-
DRESSMAKER, copies, designs stvlea be
come you; gowns, suits, your home, Mar
DRESSMAKING " by dy7rnomeTw"ork
guaranteed; prices reasonable. Main 7392.
FI R ST-CLASS dressmaking aud gen. make
over. Call Mar.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaker wishes engaee
rr.ents; day or home; references. E. 70Vt.
NL RSE with hospital experience wishe
cases, permanent or week; good Infants'
nurse; city references. Main 545. Apt. 13.
LN VALID or aged. room, board, trained
nurse; reasonable: city ref. Tabor 2213.
1 1 ou -ek eepors.
WANTED By a refined lady with two lit
ti.e girls 4 and 6 years of age, a position
as housekeeper; children ere well disci
plined ; am capable, economical and con
genial; good home for children more of
an object than salary. Address Mra. J.
Collins. Seaside, Or., Gen. Del.
WIDOW with three children wishes pol
tion as housekeeper in the country. Ponna
Tabor 91. or address Q 673. Oregonian.
RELIABLE woman desires house w ork, cou
p's or woman alone. $20 to $25. Main
EXPERIENCED German woman wants
housework; reference; $30 per month. Ta-
SIsiERb, egtt 16 and 18 years, want light
housework or nursery work. Phone Wood
WOMAN wants housekeeping position, room-lng-houae.
Room 23. 12 12th.
EXPERIENCED girl wants housework. Ta
EXPERIENCED girl want cooking and
housework. $30-o5 mo. Call Woodlawn
3MS. 702 Mississippi ave.
GtNG woman wants work in family where
she can take her 4-mo.-old baby; country
preferred. AL 661. Oregonian.
YOUNG woman, capable housekeeper, cook,
wants work, adult faml'.v; wages $25 to
?:0. References. Main 6174.
RELIABLE woman cook desires work, small
family. $30. Evenings, Main S67S.
GIRL wants to assist in general housework.
7tO Minnesota ave. L car.
LADY wanted general housework; 249 4th
st. Marshall 223.
CITY OF PORTLAND
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
Women's Department, Citv Hall.
XO FES CHARGED.
Reliable, competent heip. any line,
promptly supphed. Stenographers, book
keepers, clerks, housekeepers, domestics,
day workers, etc. Marshall 410Q. A 4125.
STRONG, capable woman with, seven years"
experience in janitor work, wants situa
tion in office building or will do day work
in private faniil.es. Call Ea.st 123. -
GOOD laundress wants washing and iron
ing Tues., Wed. Marshall 41U0. Mra
WANTED Day work by a etrong. capable
woman; washing. irnr:ng, help fCr parties.
Phone WoodluT n 3324.
STRONG, experienced woman wants dav's
work, laundry, cleaning. Room 23. Main
S 1 0L
EXPERIENCED woman wants washing.
ironing ana cleaning. Marshall 504. S.
SWEDISH girl wants general housework.
Call in the afternoon. Sellwood 2,"i0.
RELIABLE woman wants day work. Tabor
REFINED girl wants children to care for;
go home nights. Main 14 ..".
COMPETENT laundress wants work Tues
W'e d. References. Woodlawn 1611.
WOMAN wants housework or care for chll
dren. Call Marshall 1127.
RELIABLE woman wishes day work. Phone
Broad w ay 955.
GERMAN lady wants day work washing
and cleaning. Main 025.
WOMAN wishes day work Tuesday and
Friday. East 1220.
ELDERLY woman wishes the care of chil
dren at her house. East 1347.
WANTED TO BENT.
Koomji Wit L
PRIVATE family to care for 11 mo. girl
and board and room for mother, who
works. AM li-NJ, Ortgonian.
ROOM with private bath and breakfast
wanted near Irviugton Club. Address AN
FURNISHED ROOMS for young men In all
parts of the city, also in Y. M. C. A. build
ing, especially desirable during the Sum
mer; fireproof, telephone in each room,
shower baths, $1.75 to $4.75 per week. In
cluding full association membership priv
ileges, gymnasium, swimming pooi, hand
ball court and many other club privileges.
Full information at Y. M. C. A. business
office, or telephone Main 7065, A 6561.
FREE BATHS, free phones, swell furnish
ings, cheerful rooms, elevator, real serv
ice, every comfort, piano in parlor. Can
you wish more 7 Summer rates away
down. HOTEL VERNON, 103 12th St.
FOR home comforts try TOURIST HOTEL;
modern conveniences; reduced rate; front
rooms. $3 week and up; 5oc, 75c and $1 per
day; no extra charge for two in a room:
tourist trade solicited. Morrison and
COR1NNE, 374 THIRD STREET.
Main 110, a 1136.
Modern, single rooms, equipped for light
housekeeping, women only ; $10 and up.
Laundries, parlors and sewing rooms for
use of occupants.
Park and Morrison.
Beautiful furnished rooms, with or with
out bath, hot water 24 hours. Phone in
every room; elevator service, special rates
to steady roomers.
PRINCESS HOTEL, E. 3d and Burnside
Clean, airy rooms, with running hot and
cold water and free phones; prices rea
sonable. Phone East 171. Walton &
W right, proprietors.
648H WASH. ST.. COR 17TH.
Clean, cool, comfortable rooms. $1.59
per week; $6 per month and up.
HOTEL ROWL A NO, 207 2u9 Vi 4TH.
Rates 50c. 73c, $1 day; permanent
guests, $2.50 week up, for choice suites
with connecting baths, 120. $25 month.
Morrison St.. at 10:h REDUCED RATES
50c day up; weekly. J 2.50 up; running
water, free phones and batha ; steam beau
HOTEL ANPONIA. 14TH AND WASH. STS.
Large, well-f urnlshed outside rooms, h.,
co. water, individual phones, public or pr
vate batha each rm. $3 wk. up; 75o day up.
HOTEL BAKER Summer rates. $1.50 a
week and up. hot and cold running water,
steam heat, modern and free bath. 265
NICELY furnished front room, walking di -tance,
both phones, reasonable. 402 Vi d.
at. The Warrenton. Main 7771.
HOTEL CORDOVA. 269 11th SU-ti IctTy
modern; private baths en suite; rooms S3
Up. Main 0472. A 47S3.
EUCLID HOTEL, Washington St., cor. .8th..
clean, airy, outsida rooms, with or w 1 1 h -out
private bath. $2 up. Main 7 4.3.
EXCELLENT modern rooms, reputable brick
hotel, tfi mo. 227 . Larrabee. E. S4 f.
Furnished Rooms In Private Family.
LIGHT, clean, pleasant rooms, plenty hot
water at ell times, porch, large yard,
homelike. 414 Market et.
LOVELY furnished rooms; S windows; mod -fm
conveniences; $S, $10 month. 13
N. 23d st.
LARGE or single, newly renovated and fur
n.shed ; all conveniences, reasonable. 47ft
NICELY furnished rooms, modern conven
iences, central, very reasonable. 404 Clay,
NEW sleeping porch with large sitting
room, modern, attractive location, broad
. porches. 351 W. Park. Mar. 4215.
INCLOSED sleeping porch with sitting-room;
very desirable ; good neighborhood; walk
Ing distance. East 6"95.
KuuM for two nentlemen ln private Jewish,
family. Mat-shall 172.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms In good.
home; ref-irenres; Nob Hill. 73S Johnson.
PLEASANT front room, nicely furnished.
modern home; two gentlemen. E. 4911.
NEATLY furnished front bedroom, walking
distance. $1.50 per week. 431 6th st.
327 SIXTH Large, airy rooms7$10 up; use.
piano, modern. Marshall 57S4.
Room With Board.
THE WHITEHALL, 253 6TH.
Renovated and ready for business; pepu
lar priced ; women cooks ; 3 blocks from
P. O.. 6th and Madison. Owner m anager.
HANDSOMELY furnished rooms, double or
single; excellent table; verv moderate.
567 H Glisan, near 17th. Mar. 243S.
THE HAZEL, 385 3d st. Nicely furnished
rooms; hot and cold water, steam heat:
board; home cooking; reasonable.
CLEAN, cool rooms, double or single, ait a
board. home cooking, homelike place,
walking distance 261 13th et.
THE STRYKER. 554 Couch." famllv hotel;
roms. single or en suite: reasonable rates.
ANNA LEWIS HALL. 510 FHnders business
g.rl and stud-iuts, 4 to 5-7a week.