?i l ; 5. .-3. zr WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922., 20 THE OREGON f DAILY JOUIlNAi; PORTLAND, ' OREGON. Cavalry Routs ' Mexican Eebels - N'ogalea, Arir., Aug. ! 2. U. P.) A band of Mexican rebel under the leadership of General Juan Carrasco, which last niht attacked a passenger ' train bound from Mazatlan to No eales, was driven off by a cavalry patrol of 100 men who arrived as train guards were about to surrender. According to reports of C. W. Clau sen, .state auditor. 44.4 per cent of the $3,185,062 raised by taxation in Yakima county last year was used for educa tional work. BUILDING PERMITS J. 3. Johnson, erect residence, 2819 61st sr. S. E. , between 27th an 'I 29th avenues; builder, Chirte E. Johnson; $2800. W. G. 8turt,tereft residence. 838 75th street N., between Failing and Shaver streets; builder. Robert A. Delk; 12000. John R. Dougherty, erect residence. 2636 62nd street S. E . between 26th and 27th avenue.; builder same; S3000. Roscee G. Ashley, erect residence, 895 Sv ier street, between 26th and 27th streets ; builder, Smithen Majek: $4000. B. E. Heath, erect residence. 4016 E. 64th street, between 40th and 4 2d venue: builder iuii; 100ll. Thomas Cicronetti, erect residence. BOO East 1 5 th street, between I von and Clinton streets; Builder, P. Keller; $6500. A. A. Becfcstrom, erect residence, f65 Hol laday, between 3 l?t and 3 2d! streets; builder, C. F. Goodwin; $4000. Northwest Fence &. Iron Works, repair ware bouse. 100 F.ast 11th street N., between Ever ett and Glisan streets; builder, Wegmn A Bon; (7000. Randall F. White. eTect residence, 369 Hous ton, between Franklin and Savier streets; builder. Andersen and Randall; $4500 E. M. Lindquist. ere-t residence. 77 1 East 78th street N., between Beech and Fremont streets; builder same: $2800. Risley At Starkweather, repair store. 147 Broadway, between Morrison and Alder streets: builder. L. D. Horn; $1000. Martha A. Landis, erect residence, 1297 E. 'Paris, between East 4 5th and 4 7th streets N.; builder, Norman R. Landis; $4700. Mrs. R. J Maier. erect residence. 864 East 23rd street N. . between Mason and Alameda drive; builder, G. H. Wi'.nxros; $4000. Marian M. Mai com, erect residence, 843 East 65th street N., between Haisey and Broadway streets; builder. -Redimade Bide. Co.; $2200. Thoa. Jewell. erect residence. 1884 Haven, between Houghton and Trenton streets; builder same; $1200. E. A. Land, erect residence. 1350 East R tenth street N . between Portland boulevard and Holman street; builder same; $2500. Hartman k Thompson, erect residence, 890 East 4 1st street N, between Shaver and Cam paign streets; builder, J. F. Mcintosh; $3j00. Ir. F. P. Frasen, erect residence, 80 East 84th street, between Stark and Washington streets; builder, J. N. Atterbury; $4400. August Olson, erect residence, 615 Siskiyou street, between East 15 th and 16 th streets; builder. Rice Construction Co.; $12,000. Eugene Pierrard, repair residence, 725 East Everett, between 20th and 21d streets; builder same; $1000. E. C. Chaiin, erect residence, 1170 Mult- j nomah, between 39th and 41st streets; builder B. B. Brumwell; $4500. i Mrs. Anna T. Nolner. erect residence, 1146 ! . Clinton, between 39th and 38th streets; builder. ' Robnett and McClure; $5500 Lewis P. Love, erect residence. 14 80 Orand ! avenue, between Bryant and. Morgan; builder same; $3000 j E. C. Wells, erect residence, 361 Ainsworth street, between liarfieid and Union; builder, iioowmin ana ritaaeiman: iron. yital Statistics marriages. Birtbs. Deaths. ; MARRIAGE LICENSES Thomaa P. Haruia, legal, 2897 Everett street, and Nellie Dearing, 283 Lincoln street. Ijlft legal. Gregory B. Conner, legal. 421 Park St.. and Margarot A. Graham, leeai. 3, taarz S8tn st. Walter A. Thurston, legal, Yakima. W ana Bessie i. strutel. legal. Portland. H)r Jofin X. Elder. 25. Silvarton, Or., and Louise Nelson, 23. Portland, Or. Henry Linley. legal. 180 Davis st., and Isebel Cavin. legal. 2274 Washington C Alfred E Campbell Jr. 25, 1119 Teni no ave., and Elda E. Torbeso, 20, 1448 GUsan st. Adelph J. Rae. legal, 844 Vaughn st, and Irene Sutton, legal. 287 E 20th st. Rowland S. Parker, legal, R. F. D. , No. 4( Albany, Or., and Ethel M. Langley, legal, 124 Concord st- Waldo A. Alcorn, logal. Bonneville. Or, and Mildred J. Spencer, legal, 666 E. 62d rt. N. ,AND VISITING CARD ENGRAVERS G. SMITH A CO., 311 Morgan Bldg. BIRTHS PLRSEE To Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Pursee 1619 Pr-ninsula, July 24. a daughter COOPER To Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Cooper, 208 E. 37th. July 23, a son. RENARD To Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Renajd 1180 Rex ave . July 24, a son. WAWROWSKI To Mr. end Mrs. F E. WawTowski. 572 DeUy. July 20, a daugh ter. BLOSSAR To Mr and Mrs. A. Slossar Overton. July 29. a daughter. . LAKE To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lake. - Going. July 29. a danzht.r 613 666 ASH To Mr. and Mrs. w! S. Buchtel. JuLv 2? rta.nrhte Ash, 54 DINSDALE To Mr. and Mrs. " R, Dinsdale, i oiv n.nton. July a son. oniiir.K lo lr. and Frs F. K Switier ' 683 E. 60th st. N.. July 24, a son. ' I MURPHY To Mr. and Mrs J L. Murphv. Jll If. Slst. Jury 25. a daughter JfCRRELL To Mr. and Mrs. J. Murr-Il ! Rt- -4r-Box 510. July 26. a daughter ' I FRAME: To Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Frame i Scappoose. Or.. July 2 6, a son. ' i WICKMAN To Mr and Mrs. George W. nr-ol-T"'11! Surcnet. Jaiy 27. daughter, i BERNAN To Mr and Mrs. F. J. Bernan. ! Route J. July 22, a daughter. I uoi.nisu, To Mr. and Mrs. F C ertson. 14 93 Denver 01 Rob- .i.-..vr,i 10 air. and Mrs. R. C. Kinney, nMom. ' ' r . . jury 1: v,,?i??d'n,t-Jaly - " a lS8r2 ,MT Dd Mrs" J C- Bush, Box 506. Route 4. a son. tHA To Mr. and Mr, han. 492 F. 23 v i' , 'nne SHERRER To Mr. and MrTl 'A J8 Ix0 ave 22, daughter. ' -r. and Mrs. T F ivi. oit, x-viVT' Wy 2i- daughter. " ER"'HT To Mr. and Mr-. J. N Enr-M r,?v-.H,yt- J,,ly 17- daughter tn"-t' si-rri,!"2'"- Ju,y 23' l.th! July 11. a son. M0AHTHUR--T0 Mr and Mrs. J H Me UKES Tl3i,P1arvJui)' 14" dsusn'ter 33d. July 11, daughter. J-J-Y To Mr. and Mrs. S GraT l-oq y Mcl'INITT Tr Mr and Mrs. D J Ve Ginnity. 189 N. 23d Ju'y "4 a a' i.un ua, 10 .Mr. and Un. .845 Yale. Jn!v "t a . B. Caldwell. FCNOCENT, To f, .nd Mrt J. Funocenti. R A til I Ay 1 rir J"i'.y daughter. " hn'Sr Eve"'. I IUdi3- XSrT!.,?1'' ' :3iohnsor:?-467 wivV. ": Qsugnter e jr. -aaa Mrs M Ijrrabee, July 23, a daughter" BRANNEN -To Mr and Mrs. J Pipllc. 620 mapiewooa. ur. JUIV IS a - .. . . -ua S. K., Jaiy a dauafater. DEATHS WJTXA Leo Hans... St. VincenU hosp.. Aug" I. 12 yean, bronchial pneumoniae CtABOUCH-SylT. Claboustl VincenU RTRNES Irbert Oscar Byrnes, St. Vincents BROOkS Matilda Rose Brooks. 323 E. Sth Jnly 80. 6T years, aettfe-rwphrlUs! " BALTIMORE Barbara B. Baltimore 455 R 8th N.. July 30, 63 rears, mdtai years, mitral Insuffi- ewney. : WlSir Nancy J. Wise. 81. 82 years, senilitv 1202 E. Grant, July .ITKLN Lena Atkin. 350 H Jackson. July 81 ; 87 years, meningitis, MOORE Jannje Moore. Moltnamah hosn. Jnly SO. 3 years, tertiary rues, Eh. Mae Anna Ek. 115 K. 28th, July g 33 years; pernicious anemia, 1 HOLLOPETER Dotta 8tuart HoIlopeteT 634 Hofj-maa ave.. July 31. 25 years, general ' penunitia, KND1COTT Lanrenee Endicott, 985 Overton lJ5.,-w,"l3r SS- 43 y"- gunshot wound. BOOTH Isabella Scott Booth, St. VincenU bop., July 30. 87 yean, sectoeoccie sore throat. - . HARNETT Kate F. Harnett. Emasnel hosp.. Jnly 31. SO years. aeidonB, KLIPPEL Lann p. Kappe). 415 K. 64th, Jnly 28. 1 years: valvular heart disease. : BRAG HERO Adehne Rraghero. St. Vincents oBp., euiy x. is years; Droocho poeu- JOl' Archie Jorijr. 9si 83rd etv 8j K. July 2, rmni $mlarwia,TT tgbwreOosia. DEATHS WARREN Martn I. ' Warren. Good Samar itan hoars,, July 30. 58 years; carcinoma. ROBERTS Vary Roberta. Patton home, July 31, 80 years; senility. DRYXAJf Jane Wilson Drrwi. 1030 Ar nold, July 28. 78 yean; valvular heart disease. TANNLER John Tannler. Multnomah hospi tal. July 28. 48 years: chronic nephritis. Tt-TKER-Richard S .Tucker. 147 13th, July 29. 55 years; hypostatic pneumonia. JOHNSTON Stewart H. Johnston. St. Vin cents hospital July 26, 33 years; gunshot wound. WING Abraham Wing, Bellwood hosp., July 29, 86 years: broncho pneumonia. DIVORCES FILED COCHRUN Frances It against Ralph L. LOGGAN Uazei Angelme against Herbert H. Loggan. WILLIAMS Sue H. against Pembroke C. Williams. SIMPSON Mildred Cecelia against Stanley B. Simpson. BZOZOSKI Anna against Salmon BzososkL QUENIN Ada Spain st Hugh Quenin. NEW TODAY 50 FLUFF RUGS Hade lrbss your old wera-oot carpets, Save rtalf the pHee ef new rues fiend your rass and woolen cloths Mail Orders. Send tor Booktoc si 2 Hugs Steam Cleaned S1.-0 NORTHWEST RUQ CO. East SSSO 1SS - East Sta St. Bale sroo ass Wsst Part and TasihIB At 10 A. M. Tomorrow SPECIAL NOTICES 101 SEALED BIDS will be received until Monday. Aug 7. 11 a. m., for a stock of radio and electrical goods and fixtures of the inventorii Taiue of $1016.17. We will also receive sern rate bids for the radio stock and electrical goods and fixtures, inventory of which may be sen at our office and stock inspected by ap pointment. A certified check of 10 of the amount bid must accompany each bid. The right is reserved to reject any or ail bids. O A. Cote, 641 Pittock block, Portland, Or. I WILL not be responsible for any bil.s con tracted by Mrs. 8. Hohen'j Grocery stevre, .881 First St.. after July 30tb. I.nis Burda. MEETING NOTICES 102 NOBLES We are to be honored with an official visit from Imperial Potentate Jsmes 8. MeCan dless and wife. Arrangements for their entertainment include an informal reception at Mu nicipal Terminal No. 4 (St. Johns), Thursday evening, August 3. at which th en tire nobility and ladies are urged to be pres ent. Nobles are asked to come dressed in overalls, ana tne isaies In gingham dresses or 1 aprons. This in order that the program may i be carried out according to our plans for an i old fashioned country entertainment. F"r 1 those not having autos arrangements have ( been made to leave on the Bluebird, foot of j Stark street, at 7 .30 p m sharp for the ter- I rawiaj. iixiiiie sulo parKing space at the ter minal. Admission by 1922 card. Wear vnnr fez Visitine Nciiert ntm. By direction of the Potentate HARVEY BECKWITH. Recorder. ANOTHER ANCHOR COUNCIL FEATURE Grand picnic and outing. Anchor Council No. 746. S. B. A., "The Council that Puts the "LIFE" in Living." Beautiful Crystal Ijke park, at Milwaukie, Sunday. August 6, 1922. Fill vour lunch baskets. bring the children and come. Dancing, boat ing, swimming, games. Admission to park, 10 centi. Joseph H. Jones, chairman com. KENTON LODGE NO. 145, A. F. AND A. M. Special coma munication at 1 :80 p. m. Thurs day Aug 3. for the purpose of conducting fujieral service of our wh.r Iionald C. Spvoule V. r,... ' v Ti A. F. and A. of Bnoai xu.iw" i. 1, o n n M., Bridal V eu. or. r - ---- from Finley-s to Multnomah cemetery p. an.. Please bring autos. T heaoVxY. Sec. stR Idge. No. 219, I. o. smSr O. O. F., 104 V KiUings- trtvth ave. iteguiai uccvu.. called to order 7 o'clock sharp, rhuV'erTOing. Lodge will adjourn after a j kL hiT. nL u-wion to go to Gresham. ; "hT o" drerteanTwin exemplify the first ; j .vm i,tir All members liav- lodge. ah ratiK' , k them so that all ing csrs are urged to bnng them, so that all Visiting brothers welcome . . - ,t ha aHl tn trn. " G. F. McCLLNTICK, N. G F. H. VAN WYNGARDEN. Secy. GUI- REAi hi da: ZEE (Jrotto, moon- gust 4, leave Alder street dock 8 45 p. m.. Admission 6 5 cent each. To avoid the rush, secure jour ticket early from Nieoll the Tailor. 108 Third street, Oscar T Olsen new. -r.rwi Moriran building lobby. H.im Waller 100 4 Fourth street. Masonic. S'Srn Stir. Prhets , and f ."ends invited. Prophets wear your tel. s m a n i id - - i O O. F . meets this eve- i f .-.w iifK .t in ning, at s , 1 . ' n r Stark, at 8 o clock. All Odd Fellows invited to be Present- WM. H POPHAM. N. G. G. H. YOUNG, Secy. Pro-Tern- rnT.TTMBIA Lodge. No. 114. A. F. it A. M - Stated communi cation tomorrow i Thursday), evening at 8 o'clock. Msiting brethren always welcome. By order W. M. FRED L. OLSON. Secy. ONEONTA TRIBE. IMP'D O. R. M , meets every Thursday night, W. O. W. hall. 112 E. Sixth. Visiting brothers wel come. F. O. LEHMAN. C ofR- ORDSNT LODGE NO. 1' I. ) O. F . meets this (Wed nesday) evening in Orient hall, East Sixth and Alder streets, at 8 o'clock. J. L. SHEPARD. N. G. CLAUDE HALE. Sec'y. I KENTON Lodge. No. 115. A. F. A A. M Stated communi cation Thursday evening. August 3, 1922. at 7:30 sharp. All Kenton members reQuested to be present. By order of W. M. R. B. HEADLY, Secy. SUNNTSIDE LODGE NO. 163. A. F. AND A. M . 89th and Hawthorne Special at 7 p. m. , Aug. 3. F. C. degree. MEETS every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, 9 1 2 Vi Williams ave. Visiting broth ers welcome. A. C. NESS. N. G. C B. TRACEY. See. WAVERXY LODGE. A. F A A. M.. East 26th and Qutncy st. Stated comm'uaiication this Thurs day. 8 p. m. All members are requested to be present. Important bttssneaa. William Jappet, sec COURT UT. HOOD NO. I. For esters of America, gneets every Wednesday night at East Side Business Men' ball, 114 Vk Grand ave. Social night fourth Wednes day eacu month. All Foresters invited. ROSE OF SHARON L. L. O. L.. No, 201. meets first and third Wednesdays of each month in Auditorium hall. 208 H Third st, Mrs. Lucy Beck. W. M ; Rose E. Thompson, recording secretary. "EMBLEM JEWELRY, a specialty: buttons Jaecec Bree,. 111-1SS 4Uh at. DEATH NOTICES 103 SUTTER la this city. August 2. 1822. Daisy IL Sutter, aged SO ream 3 months and 14 days, late of 1066 East Tenth street north, beloved wife of 8. S. Sutter. Remains at R. T. Byrnes funeral home. 901 "Williams avenue. Funeral annonncement later. WILSON At Orecon City. July '28. 1922. ii ' fred WUson. son of sir. and Mrs. Robert Wilson. Funeral serrices will be be id at the chapel of Edward Hoi ma a at Son. Third aad Salmon streets. Thnxsday. August S. 1-922, at 1:30 a. m. Interment Mount Soott cesneterr. LUCK At t)u Lrl.... Kr vKn a s. tutwara lAck. Funeral notice later- Be I m"I at th rmadeatial parlors of Miller ,t Tracey. s . , -. . i . . - u'-. - FlXNERALf NOTICES 104 RIM A In this city, August 1, Lucy Rima. 76 yean of age. of 53 E. Buffalo. Wife of William F. Rim and mother of Lizzie Steep of same address: grandmother of Franklin and Orrrn Stoop, also same address: also grand mother of Dorothy and Vivian Rim of 1515 Minnesota avenue, aunt of Fred Woodward of Portland and Charles Woodward of Seattle. Funeral serrices will be held Friday, August 4, at 10:30 a. m.. at the chapel of Chambers Co., 248-50 Kiliingsworth are. Pecea&ed had been a resident of Oregon sine 1879. Two sisters and a brother survive in the East. Interment Columbia cemetery. 81TRLOCK At the family residence, 46 E. 65th st N., George W. Spnriock, aged 73 years, husband of Charlotte fi par Jock, father of L A. and H. R. Spnrtock of this city. J. R. Spnriock of Oakland. Cal . "and Mrs. Edward K Rogers of ChehaKs. Wash. The funeral serrices will be held from the conservatory chapel of the Eart Side Funeral Directors, Inc.. 414 E. Alder st., Thursday, A us. 3. at 11 a. m. Friends invited. Interment Rose City ceme tery. Spokane, Wash., and Eagle Grove, Iowa, papers pfa-ase coRy. BIGGS- --At the residence. 24 S K. 46th St.. Aug 1. Claude Levy Bizes, aeed 4 5 years, beloved husband of Mary Ellra. father cf Kos coe, MabeL Mary Ellen and Mrs. Irene Falhi, all of tl-is city. Son of L. A. Kiess of Cash mere, Wash. The funeral cortege will leave the above residence Friday. Aug. 4. at 8:30 a. m., thence to St. Stephens church where mesa will be offered at 9 a. m. Interment Mt Calvary cemetery The remains will be at the residence after 5 p. m. Thursday. Arrange ments in care of Miller & Tracey. DIFIKIHNFinrn In ItS ritv. Jnlv 31. 3922, at the r-esidence of hi iirents. 749' Corbett street, IVaucis Earl I'ielschneider, afied 14 years. 11 months and 15 das. IV- ' ceased 13 survived., by a father and mother, Mr j and Mrs. George F. lielchneider; also a i brother and sister. Funerii services wiil -i hcUl tomorrow (Thursday), at 10:30 a. m.. j from tte White Temple. 12th and Taylor sts. Friends invited. Internifnt. fam:ly lot Loiie Fir cemetery. Skewes LndertaJiing coinp&av. directors. PIWARCHCK July 31, Anna Piwarrhuk. ' aged 51 years 67 W. Pr?cott st. . be!"Vd 1 wife of William Plwarchuk and mother nf John. Mack. Mary Dubetz, Clara. Mike. .Nick. Sam ' aiid Paul Iiwarrhuk. Funeral will be held Thursday. August 3, at it a m.. from the Sr. Stanislaus church, corner of Failing and In terstate .streets. Interment in Mmmt t'aivary cemetery. A. R. Zelifr. director. Remain-, will be at the above address after 2 p. m., August 2. IKVFN AlUPl-L 1, at U;e late rc-nieTH -. First St.. Howard T.. aeU 02 iar-, !tu.- : hand of .Sdrah Irvin and fati.er of Mrs. Malu i 1 Harrison of Btaverton, 'r , Mr- Mona I'attr &ou of Hermiaton, rr., L. S. Irvin of hank-. , Or . Fred H. of Porjan i and Jack Irvm i? Winnipeg. Canada. The funeral service wiii 1' held Thursday, August 'A. l 1 r- ni., at Fji; ley's Mortuary. Montgomery at. 5:h. I'rierui ' invited- CDUcluding bervicc, Portland Creiun- i torium. SPROl'L? August 1. at the late ri.ience. 1652 Van Hi.-ughtn st. Donald c , ge 36 years, husband of I.aura y;r..ul. The funeral servirta will be held Tnur-lay. Ausu.t j 3, at 2:30 p. ni.. at Finley's Mr'.uary. M int- gomery at otli. t nena idvh.:u, l iiiiluu-lig tervice, Multnomah cemetery. KEMTEGARI) lu thU r;ty, Aug 1, Sara Kemtegard, agel 27 years, -ate of 920 Belmont ;r. Funeral services w:li be held at P. I.. Lercha, Funeral parlors. East 11th and Hawthorne. Thur.-day, August 3, at 2 p. m. Friends invited. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 10S . East Side Funeral Directors F C. HUNNINU. INC. "The Family oeu the Price K Alder ft. Phone Kast S3 414 Edward Maimraan Son THIRD AND HALMON MAIN 607 Snook Wheaidon aTL'NEKAL DlP-EJTOii! BLCCESSOttS TO BUEKZJii coiOOS. BELlfOMT Ai oftTH lAbOB IMS Lerch, Undertaker CAST 1CLEVENTH AND HAWTHORN PHONE EAST 0781. A. D. KEN WOK I Hi It. o. HilN DK KON A. D. Keoworthy (& Co. S802 H2d st 8. K. Anto. 018-21 Finley's Mortuary MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH. MAIN 4322. MILLEK it TRACEY, inrtependetrt funeral d? rectors. Funerals $,76 du up. Washington It killa st. Broadway 20U1. Auto S18-44 R. T. Byrnes lBlSi 901 WILL1AMB AVIS'. WALNUT 0220. ft. kL UULBKA.NDSON it. U. RKJSD CHAMbtlia CO.. 1NU Z4S-2S0 Kuangsworta it,. VTdlR. S306 mcKNTKK KlLKKij innerai parlors with , the pnvacy of a home Itttn and Kv.re g. Phon. Bro,w.y 2123. Autoa Bf-ovk7fS i5iVCWC3 b.NU&UTAsUNtr CO Phms Main 4 162. Cor. 3d at Clay A. R. ZelEer S92 Wi'Uarasave. 'hone Htt 1USS THE PORTLAND MORTTJART. Morrison at 12th. wear side. Broadway 0430. si - ! OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE 0frfSl i QUALITY KEMfXOAXS tj FLORISTS 107 fii ! S1r 9 TB IM4-tr a? a i ILlUM . FUi -63 ! jany SS4 WASHINGTON ST, MALI Zo riNB FLUWKK3 FOR A IX. OCCASIONS Alt riSTlCALLl AKKANUKU Irvington Lauretlhiarst Landscape Company General garden work. Call us up tor grass cutting ; special monthly rates. Tabor 8698 yif - i - eCW Z aTbr. . . , . rjSm 7709 ! Afmk to mm Howa Smith's Flower Shop Portland's Progreastve Florist" kiowers for Ail 4ccaslons Mam 721$. T. C Luke. MgT. , Bth and Aldet i- LOST AND FOUND 108 THE following article were found on the cars of the P. R. L. & P. Co.. July 31. 1922: 1 pair glasses, 3 lunch boxes, 2 purses. 2 pins. 1 suitcase. 3 handbags. 2 pairs gloves, fishing pole, 4 packages, camera, bat. coat, carpenter's .,,rrsn knriik Tiwtiires. $2 in money. Owners may obtain same upon proper identification at First and Alder st, station. tTPivtii STOLEN Female German no- lice dog . .. ... , j 14 mnntfis old: noerai rewaru iit information leading to recovery. Address 6414 97th st. S. E. LOST Girl's red bathing suit, between Glad atone park and Lent-s; has white stripes. Call Walnut 6939: reward. LOST Sunday, July 30. at Cedar creek. 1 mile east of Sandy, lady's glasses. Phone Aut. 327-77. Reward. LOST -Khaki-colored auto tent between Port land and -Cascade Locks. Liberal reward. 1807 E. Glisan. Phone Tabor 1154. LOST Lady's purse in baseball park Tuesday, containing identification card and jewelry of value only to owner. Reward. Tabor 4892. LOST Double sauirrel fur Tuesday p. m , be tween Union ave. and Hawthorne bridge. Reward. Walnut 5226. LOST- Sunday, about 3 p. m.. brown suit case, near Gresham, on main road. Tabor 85 23. Reward. LOST Lady's pearl pin with diamond center: valued as keepsake. Reward. 245 Morrison. LOST Gold wrist watcn cm Grand ave. fie ward. 941 E. GBmh East 6278. LOST Lady's blue veJour cape, at the Oaks, Friday. July 28. East S653. Reward. LOST Cameo brooch, around Council Croat, or on 23d st. ear. Reward. Main 0485. LOST Man's coat, containing films, on Lar rabee st. Walnut 056 S- Reward. LOST Box with beads and silk thread; ward. Broadway 4QT2; EDUCATIONAL 20O UUK.V t-LJSv.lCAi-ilT Railway Taleazatm Institute. 4S4 KaUwmy uay ana LESSONS given ia newspaper and journalism. by man system, xtowtra tsoja. box 422, 1 PHOTOGRAPHIC retouching school. 2-Momr cJajsea daiis.PesaieTbQidia.407 Mtnwa. MONUMENTS 106 j 200 , BEGIN IARN1NO MONE1 sjtJICKLI EnroU tnr day er eaassste aetsosa at tkss treat buaWess coUege. the trsJntna- seheet to ' STUDY MASSAGE Prepares one for sanitarium work, phydeian gjistint, nurse or private practice. Hydro, therapy is also taaght. Portland School of mas sage. Inc., 414-15 Stock Exchange bids. MjOLKK KAKHKK txtULJHial wUt teach yew the trad. In eicfat weeks; receive aoaea pel while learning; positions secured. Write er call tor catalogue. a jternsioe st. lCKEa BUSINESS COIJLEGB 'Aliaky Bldg. 3d and Morrison QPKN THK YEAR BOD WD iLUS, women, learn BartMt trade; wages wnlie lesrning Uiwgnn asaxDer Ueiieae, te Mad HELP WANTED MALE 201 MEN STEIXE CONDITIONS FOR SERVICE AS RAILROAD: MACHLNISTS BLACKSMITHS CAR INSPECTORS BOILERMAKERS TIFE FITTERS CAR REPAIRERS CAR BUILDERS CARPENTERS ADEQUATE PROVISIONS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR THE FULL PROTECTION OF NEW EMPLOYES. THE SAMS AS OLD EM PLOYES WHO REMAINED LOYALLY AT WORK. APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY AT SOUTHERN PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT BU REAU. ROOM 7, 65 MARKET STREET. SAN FRANCISCO (OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAYS), OR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS: SUPERINTENDENT (PORTLAND UNION STATION), SAN FRANCISCO (THIRD STREET STATION). OAKLAND PIER. BAKERS FIELD. LOS ANGELES; ASSIST ANT SUPERINTENDENTS SPARKS, NET., AND ROSEBURG. OR.: SUPERINTENDENT MOTIVE POWER. SACRAMENTO AND LOS ANGELES. . J. H. DYER, GENERAL MAXAGJEB, SOUTHERN rAIFIC COMPANT. WANTED men for California and Nevada competent boilermakers. machinists, welders. j car repairers and inspectors t wages author- lzed by (.nited htatea labor board to replace men now on strike. r ree transportation and meals from Portland: board and lodging free on the job while strike conditions exist; men ' who are lookr.ng for steady positions preferred. Aiply 305 ritloc)L block- WANTED! WANTED I WANTED By FRANK L. McGUIHE, Salesmen with oar. TODAY! Make big money .selling real estate: no ex- Perienco rteeaed; all property furnished: w. clcme lU deiii we pay yon your commission the day your deal is closed. Learn in our office, make thousands of dollars per year, your splen did chance to get into the real estate business, associated with a live, progressive, reliable, old established firm; we offer you every opportunity to make good- Portland is on the verge of the greatest real estate activities in her entire his tory. Take advantage of it. Call J. T. Knap penburg, with FRANK L. McCCIRE. Abington Tld. Bdwy. T1T1. 3d St.. bet. Washington and Stark. WE WANT live, aggressive real estate, farm and business chance salesmen who are producers. Tou must have a good record snd be willing to hustle. We have a large lat of fl right to rst ciass properties that are priced sell. Company under new ,3"4 AT WESTERN INVESTMENT CO.. 20 Cham, of Corn. bldg. Bdwy. 7681. AN INTELLIGENT person, either sex. may earn $100 to $200 monthly corresponding for newspapers: $15 to $25 weekly in spare time; experience unnecessary; no canvassing; subjects suggested. Send for particulars. Na tional Press Bureau. Buffalo. N. Y. THREE 3 H or 6-ton trucks, equipped with 3 or 4 cord wood racks, to haul cordwood. Trucks must be in good mechanical condition. Good roads, steady, good paying job. 504 Bu- c !ia nan bldg. SPECIAL opening fqr one man with sales experience. Work in business section. Something new. Pays big. Newspaper or magazine men. take notice. 428 102 2nd j YOUNG MAN over 21 can secure steady employment immediately and make $25 ; a week or more easily. Experience not ...1 Omll enm 198 fc'vr-K. n ...... - - ' " TAILORING salesmen wanted; must be big producers; we have snappy fall and winter Swatch line at prices can t help but sell (union made) ; write for samples. Leeds oolen Mills, t -hicago. WE OFFER permanent connection with earn- ings WORTH WHILE to house-to-house sales men: a proposition of merit; excellent repeat business, no delivering; Portland and vicinity. 1112-13 N. W. Bank bldg. Call afternoons. WOOD SPLITTERS. $1 cord; oak wood cut ters. $2.50 cord; old growth fir. $1.60 cord. Tools furnished, but not cabins. 504 Buchanan bMg. WANTED Man to dig a cesspool in exchange for automobile that will make a good bug. 5730 49th ave, S. E. WANTED, young man a new sgent on rail road train. Small cash bond. Coles News Co.. 146 N 10th. WANTED, married man for fruit ranch: state wage: references required. Bos 69, Under woods Wash. CARPENTER work snd painting wanted la exchange for Naturopath treatment. Bdwy 6799. WANTED Logging trucx aad trailer to haul logs: all summer's work. Apply 967 r-t rmrnstde- PARTNER In eetanliahed woods w ; h mi sees . plenty work; small investment; make from $5 to $10 a day. 503 Swwtiard btdg. WANTED At once man to learn vulcanising snd retreading. 432 Hawthorne. W AX TED Painter to exchange labor Jot rent of rooms. 374 Hofladay ave. WANTED Man to die basement. street. 227 Grant WANTED Carpenter, 1314 Corbett it. first class finisher. WAKTTTwJsia. ioanter-. Arn1v. ' m4)i i..ii..) tt.tonn Caw Meetkt Pea 1 1 s a, EDUCATIONAL rapay. Hanrias, aooaaaepvmc. prrvata aaere tanet. Mrote er paooe Mats) (ec tram catalosroe. HELP W ANTO JViALE 201 WANTED BY GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. MACHINISTS BOILERMAKERS BLACKSMITHS SHEETMETAL WORKERS COACH CARPENTERS CAR REPAIRERS ELECTRICIANS WELDERS AT WAGES AUTHORIZED Be UNITED STATES LABOR BOARD. TO REPLACE MEN SOW ON STRIKE AGAINST DECISION OF UNITED STATES LABOR BOARD. APPLY AT NEAREST SHOP OR DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. FREE TRANSPORTATION. M. P. CODD. Si 4 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING. SHOPMEN WANTED THE SPOKANE. PORTLAND & SEATTLE RAILWAY COMPANY HAS POSITIONS OPEN AT PORTLAND. OREGON. AND VANCOUVER. WASHINGTON, FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF SKILLED MACHINISTS BOILERMAKERS COACH PAINTERS PASSENGER CAR REPAIRERS APPLT AT ROOM 830 PITTOCK BLOCK "WANTED FIRST CLASS REAL ESTATE MAN WITH CAR Wonderful proposition to the right men. JOHN M. KROG CO.. 412 WHcot Bldg. Bdwy, 13T5. GOOD ROUGH CARPENTER, $6 per day. Beat 8102 HELP WANTED FEMALE 204 THE WOMtsffS FKOTKC-ls DIVISION. etjy of Portland, eft era Ma services to an nutter pertasnlng to the welfare and protee tion of naa and tvu; interviews ccnttden tiaX S14 Worcester bide-. -d and Uax ata, Pbone Broathway 7422. THE female department of the Portland Labor Agency has moved to more central quarters. Now located at Suite 401, Macleay building. 284 Washington street. PORTLAND LABOB AGENCY -WANTED, young woman that wants home more than big wages, to keep house for working man and little boy ; bungalow home. Write 1250 Morrflaa ave. ' Home evenings. WANTED Girls to learn beauty culture ; thoroughly taught. The White School of Beauty Culture, Betty Jane Hair Shop, room 401 Raleigh b-ldg. Broadway 3599. LADT caBvaasers In Portland or anrroundinc towns, investigate our proposition; big possi- bflrties, easily handled. Mr. Green, factory rep resentative, Hotel tirant. Between 4 ana o. 1-A.ntES' to travel. $30 week and expenses citar or outside towns, $3 a day. Hotel Ramapo. room 805. Mrs. Jones. LADIES can average $1 per hour selling high claaa preparations, full or part time. 622 Morgan bldg. WANTED IBousekeenee to working man's home, two children, boy and girl. Address box 6-8, Tangent, Or. AN I G1KL eb need el a fnend. apply to tie Salvatioa army Keseue nam, aaaytarr a so AlezandeT st. Pnone Mara S460. D-M ear. AN EXPERIENCED hairdreseer. manicure and general parlor worker. isoseninai Bisters, Lipman-wolle to. NEAT appearing girl to work in grocery store for boara una room ana smau wags. 1 1 East Harrison. GIRL with dispensing and Ice cream parlor ex perience: nouns & p. m. to 11:80 p. m. Apply persormlly. 678 E. Broadway. TRIMMERS and soakers for out of town poet- Oows. Rtatr-Kaaa Company, Koysl building. WANTED Slderly lady without home as com- ; -. n . n r. ATI7 WANTED, girl; opportunity to learn marceling .na aver wmvmg. ouwy. wvo. HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE 20S WANTED 1200 Hop pickers for T. Ai Liveelcy Co. 'a Lakebrook and Holmes hspymrds: preferred- We furnish tent wood, straw, table and stools. . Store and hayrntr shop on ground- Picking; commence abootv Aug. SI. W pay 50c a baa. Coma weani to Isur railroad ticket. Register Aug; 4. $7 1 and at 02 Mc&a bldg,. 4 aad - . sad. Bass Bdwy. SS7X. HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE 205 MOORE S Extra Thread Hosiery, wonderfal new line, staples and novelaea; sell at sight. Loral salespeople wanted: $15 a day easy; com missions m advance. Sea Mr. Boyd. Retffl 622 Morgan bldg-. Portland, Or., aftemoone. HELP WANTED WITH INVESTMENTS 206 iT PLANING MILL MAN With areneral mill work experience; ex cellent Mjertijnity' for right man; mod erateinvestment. L-92, Journal. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE 251 House wiring Let me give you an estimate on your wiring before letting your contract. Licensed Elec trician, Walnut 5691. PLASTERING AND PATCHING A SPECIALTY Promptly done in northeest part of city. All work guaranteed. Phone East 0696. CARPENTER Estimate, given on repair work: screens made and garages built. Shop 1367 Hawthorne, Tabor 1260. PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting; pricas --reasonable; work guaranteed. Shop 1365 Hawthorne ave. Tabor 1722. CARPENTER, contractor, building, altering. repairing; estimates given. C. J. Smith. 92 N. 3d st. Broadway 1975. PAINTER wants work, first class inside fin isher; city reference ; wages, 6 per day. East 998. apartment 80. BUILT-IN fixtures, cupboards and kitchen tables, garages built aud garage doors made to order. Call East 9384. SHINGLING We specialise on reshingling; can do your job better and save you money. Eatim&tes free. East U)28. EX-SOLDIER. 26 yrs. old. need work of any kind; high school aud cell este education; not afraid of hard work. Eat 6822. SHINGLER Jf ou want reshingling done rea sonable call Atwood 1072. HEADQUARTERS fat cooks and kitchen help. 43 S N. 2a. Bdwy. 2339. SH1NGI.ERS If you want reshingling done, reasonable, cal: Atwater 1072. PAINTING and tinting, first ciasa work, rea sonable. Atwater 14 16. EXCAVATING General Teaming. Atwater 1808. CARPENTERS Repair work done by day "r contract- Call East 9384. WANTED Work for man and team. Phone Woodlawn 2077 or Walnut 0167. ROOFS RESHINGLED, repaired and coated. We save you money. Call Tabor 5274 TOUNG MAN wishes employment. Not a salesman. M-123. Journal. " TLN'NER Gutter and furnace work done rea sonable; satisfaction guaranteed Wal. 5568. CEMENT foundations, houses raised, cement '; WOrk Of all kinri Teaonnhle Arwater .1 3 A .1 ! SHINGLER. 12 years experience; all work absolutely guaranteed. Walnut 0907. V. W McCORMACK. cement contractor. 2 one-halt sack, mixers. Sellwood 1630. PLUMBING done very reasonable by the haur or oy tne job. fc.astk)S38. FIRisT CLASS' painter and finisher, $6 per 8 hours. . E. 8298. Apt. 12. PAINTING aid tinting, good work, reasonable; have tools. Wainut 5036. PAINTING. TINTING, ALL U RANCHES. : u w a MiNABLK. VAIL BROS. Wdln. 832 I PAPER HANG1NU. PAINTING. TINTING. ! PRIVILEGES, BEST OF HOME COOK REP AIR WORK. SELLWOOD 88-06. ! ING ; GOOD LOCATION. CIA1SE BDWY. CARPENTER- ana contractor, jobbing an,, j AND IRVINGTON CARS. EAST 9978. thing in the building hue. Phone E. 8656. ' Lv ROSE CIXY home mc. fooa board CARPENTER work wanted, new or repair. ! promut service. Mr. Rice. Main 379u. hTrDWOOD FLOORS by day or contract. -rences. 1496 Rodney ave. Wdln. 6632. Knferencea. CEMENT walks floors. Broadway 124 3. driv es and garages. A-l FAST up-to-date carpenter; wages nght; results right. Aut, 6 16-60. BRICKLAYER. A-l mechanic; fireplace specialty. Phone Ant, 39-39. BASEMENTS, grading, general teaming; con- , ,..,t or day work, Aut. 622-35. , ,wv.i. T WORK, guaranteed, all kinds. Karl i tt,Ml"' .. ulu 1 Battee m. . KXCAVAIING. grading, general team work, hv day or oonUacu Woodlawn 1686. BOOFS repaired and 1P and tin roofs covered with hot Stuff. Tabor 0929. CEMENT ork of all kinds, und garages, have mi.ter. Call Tabor 6O70. 1-OR excavating and grading. Tabor 906a. SITUATIONS FEMALE 254 WHEN Fi need of competent, reliable OF FICE HELP of any kind call Main 8730. THE CLERICAL PLACEMENT BUREAU. Mia A. G. CtossUt. Mgr., 309 . Oorbett bldg. GIRL. 17 years old. wishes place as appren tice in millinery or dressmaking shop. Good references. East 6278. SQUARE DEAL employment office. Good nough bldg.. Main 5727. for female help. REFTn ED young girl wants position child's tutor, or companion. Call Empire 0518. DRESSMAKING 256 HEMSTITCHING, any color, 6e. Room 403 Raleigh bldg. a it Washington at. xuny. 8742. HEMSTITCHING white, 6c per yard atratgbu Button Plaiting Shop. 509 Royal bldg. ALL KINDS of dressmaking done reasonably. Main 2666. ' FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS 300 CALL at Y. M. C. A, Ikjt tree list of moderate priced rooms for young men ia all parts of the city, including rooms aaj Central Y. Jl O. A-. leiepnone in ec room, shower baths, club facilities. HOTEL NETHERLANDS, 126 13th st., at Washington Rrvck structure, center of Portland's business snd social activities; re rpectabl., spotless rooms. $5 week; $1 a day up; with private bath. $2 a .day. ROSE CITY, large cor. room, lasse closet. S windows, 1 or 2 gentlemen; every nome cout venience; breakfast; garage. Taoor B)fi. HILL CREST HOTEL, 733 WASHINGTON Room with or without bath; modern. Rates by day, week or month. THE BARTON Clean, furnished rooms. S2.50 per wk. and up; also light housekeeping. 4 55 Alder st- PLEA8ANT, clean rooms, with privilege of kitchen, reasonable rent. 208 23d st, H. Mam 5450. NICE clean rooms, use of phone and bath. $3 and $3.50 week. 361 14tn st. CLEAN modern rooms; hot and cold water; $3.50 week up. 565 H ' Washington. UNFURNISHED ROOMS 300-A WHY PAY MORE? Clean sleeping rooms, $1.50 and up; free bath, dandy lobby. 412 19th at. N. FURNISHED ROOMS PRIVATE FAMILY 301 ROOM in nice home to school girl or lady employed; kitchen and home privileges. Want company. $10. 1 block to car. 128 E. 34. 1 HOUSEKEEPING and four nice large, airy sleeping front rooms, a minutes to posboxiice. 344 Second st. ' - NICE clean furnished rooms, H. W. fitters. in Hose City and nice neighborhood; $12 50 mo. Tabor 7968. 6S2 E. 70th N. LARGE front room and alcove, suitable for 2, newly decorated; also 1 back room. 709' Johnson st. near 2 2d N. FRONT sleeping room, in private family; no children; nicely furnished; 1 or 2 gentle men; rent $11 per month. 671 K. Stark st. PLEASANT front room, new bungalow; garage if desired. Reasonable. 522 E 35th. near Clinton. NEAT, furniahed room with private bath, private family. Nob Hill district; walking distance. Reasonable rent. Phone Main 4761. NICE LARGE- ROOM. REASONABLE, VERY CLOSE IN. HOME PRIVILEGE. HOT AND COLD WATER IN ROOM. EAST 6537. 2 SLEEPING room in private family, home privilege, walking distance; single nerson preferred. 408 8. Broadway. Atwater285. PLEASANT front room with bay window, well furnished; rent very reasonable; dose 0U. 52.9 Everett st. Broadwsy 5943. ; ' 4, 1 OR 2 light, airy, clean looms in, private home, pleasant surroundings, good location, Phone East 3334. NICE light sleeping room. . good bed, one block to Irvington ear. 15 minutes to 5th and Wssh'"gton. East .8080. forenoons. LARGE pleasant front? room for 2 gentlemen. electric lights, phone, near bath, walking distance. 84 N, 17th t ' CLOSE IN, very desirable room, breakfast and all home comforts at a reasonable rata. 468 day. Mam 2228V -- FOR a young man. a nice room in new home in Irvington. private family, board if de sired; references. Phone East 1995. ELEGANTLY furnished room ia a lovely pri vate home, suitable for 2 young men. 71 Trinity Place. FURNISHED oatsid sleeping rooms. $a and .no., sow etn . p., asaiw a ii jsj PRIVATE house. 1 large f urnished jroom. Ant iwa. vo ei vt-ftNG room ' to woman employed, half v" . ,. i. ,l: i , , A V . MDCa Irom aioeri cat uiw, ; ;vmei. im. ATTRACTIVE liieevm. room ret id,-19 a moata.. . v aa 9m iJ.t.--i v. FOR RENT t i FURNISHED ROOMS PRIVATE FAMILY 301 DESIRABLE newly famished and renovated room, in pleasant, clean home; every con venience; walkincr distance; reasonable; adults only: reference. Phone East 034a. 6SS E. Stark st. COMFORTABLE room for gentleman ; modern, bath adjoining; no other roomers; 5 min utes walk to Meier Si Frank's, west side. Main 3291. 822 H Booth Broadway. LARGE front room for one or two working girls, $13 month. Phone Atwster 12S0. 347 Third at. LARGE FRONT CORNER ROOM IN FIRST CLASS APARTMENT HOUSE; NO OTHER ROOMERS; REFERENCES. CALL. BROAD WAY 3366. NICE ROOM WITH CONNECTING BATH. WITH Ott WITHOUT GARAGK. VEHT CLOSE IN 1 BLOCK TO BROADWAT CAR SUl SCHUYLER. N ICElTr furnished front room, to 1 or 2 gentlemen; garage also if desired. All mod ern conveniences. This is in fine location. Tabor 1346. FOR RENT Furnished bedroom, for single business mag ; good residence district ; con venient to town; references desired. 87S E. Madison. Tabor 4223. NEATLY furnished room on first floor, 5 minute from business center, serosa from park, $12 a months working man preferred. 225 W. Park. A REAL attractive furnisheq room for a re liabte person in a real home; use of piano; walking Distance, near Montgomery drive Main 0254. NICELY furn. room, refined home, in . Nob Hill, suitable for 3 or 4 ; dressing room and private bath; large lawn. Also 1 small room, private entrance. 84 N. 21st st-, cor. Everett, LOVELY ROOM WITH BATH ADJOINING. FURNACE. ELECTRICITY, PHONE, HOT AND COLD WATER. GARAGE. CALL ATWATER 0815. WALKING DISTANCE. WELL FURNISHED ROOMS IN WIDOW S HOME. FOR PARTY WISHING HOMELIKE PLACE. 591 H DAVIS. BROADWAY 8048. $3.50-83.75 WEEK. 10 minutes' walk; clean, quiet rooms. 2d floor; heat, lights, bath; gent. 502 V Market, near 14th.' Call week days after 5 evenings. FOR RENT Fuxnishel sleeping- room and garage ; Holladay park. Phone East 6471. ROOM AN D G A RAGE. HAWTHO RN EDI TRICT. EAST 8441. ROOM AND BOARD 302 HOTEL HEREFORD 735. HOYT. MAIN 8305. Exclusive residential: special summer rates: our meals speak for our popularity. EXCLUSIVE residential hotel; rates $45 to $50. 794 Lovejoy. Main 8619. THE HEME RESIDENTIAL HOTEL, 772 MARSHALL. PHONE MAIN 1644. ROOMS AND BOARD PRIVATE FAMILY 303 FOR AGED ln7alids. eiironlc or convalescent patients, pleasant home surroundings, wi.i health-building diet and treatment personal care of physician; reasonable rates. K. 8530. JUST WHAT YOU WANT BEST OF ROOM AND BOARD; NICE YARD; VERY CLOSE IN; SEE THEM TO- DAY. EAST 3379. 2 NICE LARGE AIRY ROOMS. HOME for two parties, every home convenience; I near Rose City, car and garage; reaaonabse. 346 E. 41st N. Auto. 31M-0B. 1 WANTED Two centiemen to room and board. i share same room; steam heat, connecting hath; a home; no other roomers. $33 per ; menth. Walking distance. Phone East 5185. i WANTED A couple of repectable young j men to room and board; ratas reasonable. : Private home. Piano and Victrola. Main 6637. i 792 Marshall St. FIRST CLASS board and room, reasonable, where you can eel at home and have home privileges; close in; east side; phono East SS76 - - WANTED Children to board and room in v . .. , . ,in 1'hntiM Walnut 8954. ' JUST WHAT YOU WANT BEST ROOM AND BOARD FOR TOUNG LADY; CLOSE IN; COME AND SEE THEM. WALNUT 1285. TWO young men or man nd wife tn room and board ; private home ; walking distance, east aide. East 9218. Do not call Sunday; references. ' REAL HOME AND 51 OTHER'S CARE FOR ONE CHILD. CALL TABOR 6187. ROOM WITH BSET OF HOME COOKING; HOME PRIVILEGES; FOR 1 OR 2 MEN. VERY CLOSE IN. 235 E. 15TH 8. EAST 1093. LARGE, light, nicely fum. room, close in. east srde, for 1 or 2 gentlemen; home cook ing and shower battii all home privileges. 574 E. Taylor. East 904 4. WIDOW HAS ROOM AND BOARD FOR ONE WORKING MAN; REASONABLE. CLOSE IN. EAST 8182. ONE. OR 2 CHILDREN TO BOARD. NICE HOME AND PLAYGROUND, NEAR GOOD SCHOOL. ATWATER 3530. ATTRACTIVE ROOMS, EXCELLENT BOARD IN QUIET HOME. PERSONS OF RE FINEMENT ONLY. 769 IRVING. MAIN 8145. CLEAN, congenial real home for 1 or 2 gentlemen; bay window room, next to bath; all home comforts. $30 per month each. Walnut 6892. NOB HILL HOME SWEET HOME LARGE AIRY ROOM, 81 il AOLB run l ttn GENTLEMEN. BOARD IF DESIRED. PHONE ATW. 8746. id IttYlNU pi. URVINGTON Large, airy no. and excellent tahla board, congenial atmoepnere; piano; suitable for 2 gentlemen or .2 ladies: also a suite of rooms. 664 Wasco, ' East 4379. BOARD AND ROOM WITH HOME PRIVI LEGES FOR TWO, l- ruiATii rssi- ILY ; NO OBJECTION TO CHILDREN. PHONE WALNUT 4910. SEE THESE TODAY BEST OF BOOM AND BOARD FOR 2 GENTLEMEN. MODERN. HOME PRIVI- LEGES: WHAT YOU WANT. TAB, Z539, BEST OF ROOM AND BO Alt D CHKAP, HOME PKI lLfcO.:i A--t ixinitiw- MENT: CLOSE IN. JUSTMMAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. EAST 8o76. LARGE airy room. 2 beds, good view. Nob Hill district, home eooaing, some comrorra, for 1 or 2 ladies. C S. preferred. Main 8853. ONE large room with alcove, with good board. for 2jladies; no other roomers; 2 blocks to two canines. Irvington district. East 5 878. ROOM AND BOARD, nice quiet, modern home, one single room, also one larger lor two. Reasonable ana close in. on y, otn. WOULD give good home and mother's csre to one or two children; price reasonable. 201 Hancock St., Newberg. Or. CONVALESCENT PATIENT GIVEN BEST OF CARE ALSO MILK AND REST CURE GIVEN. EAST 7 7,94. FIRST CLASS ROOM. WITH OR WITH OUT BOAKD, UtlBUia BUUMO. MJLUI 2884. 394 Columbia. . WANTED To care ages of 2 and 5; for little girl between no children ih family. LAnt. 626-56. ROOM AND BOARD for eoupte of men; home cooking and convenience. 50 E. 12th st. N. Phone East 8248. ROOM and 2 meals for one or two gentlemen at 850 E. 9th st, N., just off Broadway. East 8172. WANTED CHILDREN UNDER 0 YEARS OF AGH TO BOARD AND CARE FOR; MOTHER'S CARE. TABOR 4107 FURNISHED rooms nd board, close in, hot and cold water, nice, clean. S32 10th st Main 6381. ' VERY pleasant frcnt corner room or living room, parking place, close in, west side, business people. . Bdwy. 4219. WANTED Children nnuer 7 yean, by ex perienced lady with hospital training; large playground; close to school. Aon. 623-44. 2 ROOMS. I large one. suitable for 2, IH home privileges; on Hawthorne and ML Seott carlines. close In. Tabor 403Jr. BOOM with 2 beds. fog. gentlemen; home cooking, one-half block from car. Tabor HAVE modern room with board for bachelors. Inquire 703 MortPrap st. f none main ROOM AND BOARD FOR CHILDEN. WITH MOTHER'S CARE. WALNUT 4984. CHILDREN TO CARE FOR BT DAT OR MONTH. REASON ABLE. WALNUT 67 11. WANT company: board little school girl, $20 a month; school, backyard Walnut 4434. UOOM AND BOARD tor two. C 8. preferred. Auto. 526-16. z housekeeping(rooms furnished 304 THE MARTHA ' Newly font. I and 2 room h. t ; also sleep ing rai 54 N. 23d. Main 2141. CLOSE IN One month. 16 E. housakeepmg room. 11 6th. corner Burnaade. FRONT housekeeping room with kitchenette; modem eon venience. 8 TO th Cj 5SE. TWO OR TREK H. K. room. $2 a week and up. 372 H Hawthorne. ', TWO lovely large connecting room. eleaa,aad. joodasa. I ft week- H . Clay. FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FURNISHED 304 room: and board for s gentlemen IN PRIVATE HjOMK AT 450 K. STH ST. N. EAST 8885. NOB HILL Doubl. private garage, with fur .Eilied apt above, suitable for 3 grnUeuveo. 84 N. 21st st. SUNNYCRE9T $16. targe h. k. room: 1 tom. $19.60. newly turn., renovated.- Steam heat. w. elec,. laundry rvn. 186 Sherman. ' t ROOMS furnished with Ax. rue. mahoa. ' lamp, coxy little kitchen; everything fur Plshed, $25. 721 E.' Ash. East 8678. $2.75 WEEK, all outside, rooms, nice o.uMt ple.ee. walking distance. 315 Mill. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED PRIVATE FAMILY 306 2 FINE FURN, 11. K. ROOMS. ON "I ST FLOOR." AL SINGLE RMS.. CHEAP; GAS. HOT WATER. BATH AND PHONE. NICE YARD. 491 EVERETT. BDWT. 6182. . SINGLE H. K. room, suitable for lady or gentleman; gas, j electric lights, phone-and bath. Nice location. $3.50 a week. 307 Mar ket st. TWO LARGE lit RMK. ; HEAT. LIGHT. GAS FURNISHED; CLOSE IN. EAST SIDE. EAST ft)06. $2.50 WEEK Furnished housekeeping rooms, lights snd bath included, place for laundry; no objection to child; walking distance, west side. J45 V 1st sc. . LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED JJ. K. ROOMSV HOT WATER, PLACE TO PARK CAR, CLOSE IN, CHEAP. 631 HOIT BT. BDWX. 4 046. NICE 2 room apartment, kitchenette, gas. light, telephone; well furnished ; close in; adults, Sellwood 1068. LIGHT and airy, completely well . furnished, fiast floor room, with small kitchen, sink snd gas range, walking distance; no children. 653 Hoyt St.. corner N. 17th. NEATLY furnished 2-room apartment with bath, furnace heat. 60 Buchtel ave., bet. K. .Stark and E. Pine, 30th and Slst; adulta only. East 8955. $4.50 PER WEEK -Nicely furnished house keeping apartment with sleeping porch. 682 E. 6th si. S. Ih9ne Sellwood 8816. Brook lyn car. NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOM; I SUITE WITH S SINGLE BEDS: SUITABLE FOR BACHELOR; VERT CLOSt? IN. 171 E. 18TH. EAST 8185, $30 3 MODERN famished h. k. rooms, in cluding bath, light, heat, fuel, hot and cold water; adult. 843 Haig st- Sell. 1000. THREE nice furnished housekeeping rooms. single or in suit, with garage. 604 Holly' st. between 14th and Hawthorne are. Phone ' Walnut 6722. CIXiSE IN. westi side, spotlessly clean, beauti fully furnished 1. 2 and 8 -room apt. rri- vate entrances. -Allowance on rent for light work. 4 74 Clay Atw. 4194. ' NOB HILL Nicely furnished h. k. and kitch enette ; also sleeping room ; every conven ience; quiet refined place; walking distance. Very close in. 739 Hoyt. $12 FRONT ROOM WITH KITCHENETTE. COMPLETELY FURNISHED. LIGHTS. BATH. COOKING GAS INCLUDED, ADULTS. 182 E. 23D, COR. YAMHILL. EAST 7074. FOR RENT 4 clean rooms, with bath; on first tloor, in nice modern home; good shade trees; good basement for washing. WaL 4545. LARGE ROOM AJJD KITCHENETTE. $4.50 PER WEEK. ALSO SINGLE BOOM, $3 PER WEEK. VERY CLOSE IN. 869 6TH. 3 NICELY, furnished rooms with sleeping perch completely furnished for h. 4) $35 per month. (Jos In 412 10th st. bet. Harrison end; Hall. . TWO large suites oozy rooms. Well equipped kitchen; block from car. $4.75 per week ; light and water furnished. Empire 1172. 2 FRONT rms. for light H. K-, married eou pie employed; bedroom ia mahogany, wicker' and breakfast set. 188 North 21st at. Broad. way 2488. 3-ROOM SUITE for housekeeping, private en trance, phone, electric lights gaa range and bath between Woodstock and Brooklyn carlines. Cheap rent 587 -E. 20th st. 2 PLEASANT front h k. room, free lights and phone: $8 75 wk.; siso 2 pleasant attic rooms for baching man, $2.60 week. 68 E. JOth st. 8. 2 DANDY clean and light front h.k. rooms with porch, close in, west side, hot and cold water, gas range, opposite Couch school. 658 Glisan, Broadway 8035. LARGE room and kitchenette, also nice single room, $15 monthly; hot water always for bath and laundry; Nob Hill district; walking distance. 655 Flanders st. PRIVATE home, i nice, dean, well furn. S rm. apt, private bath, furnace heat. Very close in; garage.. Best car service. 891 Russell. East 1740. - 2 NICELY furnished housekeeping room. light snd wstor, $22 per month, 1081 E. 15th st. north I LARGE FURNISHED FRONT H. K. ROOM. WITH KITCHENETTE, LIGHT AND AIRY. EAST 8029. SMALL 2-ROOJ H.K. APT. IN BASEMENT-; " . 1 J .VI" , - 1 N." V T.- NT 1 1." W - lrt-IV -D0& SONABLE. 607 CLAY ST., ATWATER S602. NICE clean, 8 -room h. k. suite, phone, etc Close to BW and BT cars. Eaay walking, reasonable rent. Pbone East 8541. CLEAN, newly papered 2 room front house. keeping apt., no objection to one child; $20 month 500 Jefferson at., near 14th. TWO large outside unfurnished room, west ide; linoleum, sink, private entrance. At water 37-96. . THREE furnished b a, rooms, phone, light, hot snd cold water. 60 E. 28th sL N. Phone East 9728. ; . NEATLY furnished. 8 room, upper floor, beau tiful view, light, water and phnn. $25. adults. Walnut. gB7a, lutfu rJ. loth' St. K. TWO furnished H- K. rooms, 1 floor, light. gas, phone, walking distance. $20 Also sleeping room. $9. 166 E. 12th si E. 2168. TWO furnished large sunny H. K. rooms; gaa light, water furnished. 240 E. 60th st,. near Hawthorne. 2 LARGE housekeeping rooms, nicely fur nished. water in rooms. 493 Vncouvr ve., 1 blk. Willi ma ave. ear. 292 E. 82D ST.,. see thi 2-room newly ren ovated apt.; can't be beat for location ; on II wth orne car: reasonable. TWO furnished h. k. room;, pleasant ouuid .rooms : phone end light; close ia on canine. 594 Clinton St. Sell. 0614. . 4 UNFURNISHED h.k. rooms, garage. Bun nyside, very rfeeaonable. Tabor 2328. TWO furnished housekeeping room with bath room on first floor, east front: $18. Garage if wanted. 84. 427 21st N. Broadway 6661. 2 ROOMS . AND KITCHENETTE. HAW THORNE i DISTRICT. ADULTS. EAST 8441. f - :, ' EAST SIDE; 1 desirable front room, furnished h.k. phone, elect, and bash. 120 E. 14th St. Call East 9069. - IRVINGTON $40. fine 8 room corner apt.. very light; white enamel, new ' ruga, elee trlcity. water, phone, heat. East 6259. ONE elesn furnished housekeeping room, light, bath and phone Jree, tor girl or man. 102 fclSth st. 1 : 1 f 3 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS: 1 MODERN, CALL EVENINGS. WDLN. I 1 57 2. ' i 1 1 1 ' - - - i . FURNISHED1 H. K. rooms, central, electria , lights. 28 V Washington. $3 a week aad Up. i - FURNISHED B. R- rooms, Terr central, cheap . rent. $3 "per week and up, 253 a Was- lngton st. MODERN 8 R. Hi K. APT.. 3 DOORS FROM MV CARLINKvAT $25. PHONE TABOR 0475 Ott CALL 148 E. 72D IT N. ONE housekeeping room with large trunk and storage room, in' Sunnyside; & block from ear on 85th. Call Tabor 02 13. I 1 SINGLE and 4 houaeseepinay room, up stairs, near Williams are. ear. $10 and 23 month. Zl &now es. raat lies. 2 AND 3 pleasant, airy. a l urnished house. keeping room, eonvenle downtira. 620. E. Morrison St., cor. Igtn. 2 LIGHT h. k. room. $ 3 5 0 week; , aleetrie lighta, bath. 308 M 3d at. f- S IN' OLE housekeeping rooms, furnished.' ing aistancs. . 492 Taylor st, ' . OUSEKEEPISG room. light and phone. 1 90 K. Jsurmude. 1 3 PLEASANT unfurnished housekeeping room in nrivate noma. nirasi oeee. 3 FURNISHED housekeeping1 rooms, seasonable rent- 848 College St., near Park.' ( 2 2-ROOM FURNISHED APTS. AT 604 S. COUCH. EAST.! 4978. T T PLAIN cheerful room for 1 or, 2 ladies; rea wiable rent. ' iWalnnt 442 t ll-rtsfi fwrniihed BOusekeeptnc rooms: alao front room -wttn aitcnen. ss iitn ax. i i PARTLY FURNISHED7 BOOMS. LIGHT. WATER, BATH. $1$. WPLN. 1741. SINGLE front 'housekeeping s room. $3 i per , week: bth nd right.- 186 14th st. 8. 3 ' CLEAN, foniiabed 1L K. room. $23; 1ST E. 16th street,: near Morrison. ONE 3, ROOM and one fovm. hcsekeepin wee ru' eoiragn ' - i. TWO - nicely funabed housekeeping , 11 grit, g, e-Q. siee cwt. eiaio. (Oonttpued i FoiMralnf ! . j , v f - 5 A A -1 "tv? vi;C,:V.'