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THE MOUSING' OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAYA SEPTEMBER 1903,
MONEY ROLLS IN
New Lewis and Clark Sub
scriptions Reach $6630.
TAIR FUND GROWS RAPIDLY
Official in Clinrke of the Canvass
Sleet With Liberal Rcxpouse
'Several Thonsand Dollars
The subscriptions to the Lewis and
Clark Exposition have been increased by
$6630 since the canvass lor more funds
was Inaugurated two months ago under
the direction of the ways and means com
mittee. The officials in charge of
the work have been met in a spirit of
cordiality by the merchants who have not
liad an opportunity earlier to subscribe,
and the fund Is growing rapidly.
It was believed by the ways and means
committee that several hundred persons
who would take stock had been over
looked unintentionally when the prelimi
nary canvasses were made. It was urged
that these persons would, if approached,
subscribe, and the work was Inaugurated
with this understanding. That the com
mittee was correct has Deen demonstrated.
It is believed by officials of the exposi
tion that several thousand dollars can
be added to the subscription list by con
sistent work. In addition, it Is felt that
there are scores of men outside Multno
mah County and many foreign business
houses represented In Portland that would
contribute if asked to do so. It is not
at all certain that the campaiagn will be
carried on elsewhere, for the sentiment
heretofore has been against It. But the
movement in Portland is to bo kept up
until the officials of the exposition are
satisfied that e-eryone who will subscribe
for stock has been seen.
A list of recent subscribers was given
out yesterday from the director-general's
Among the leading subscriptions lately
made to the Fair fund are the following:
Buffalo Pitts Company $1000
Mitchell, Lrewls & Staver Company... 500
Studebaker Bros 4 E00
Sherlock estate ' BOO
F. W. Mulkey BOO
Esberg-Gunst Cigar Company 250
German-American Savings & Loan
Blazler Bros 200
W. H. Markell & Co 200
Poweis Furniture Company 100
Portland Mattress & Upholstery Com
B. B. Beekman 100
M. C. Harrison & Co. 100
Abbott & Church Company.., 100
Fairbanks, Morse & Co . 100
R. R. Hoge . 100
Torrey & Schlegel 60
Zimmerman-Wells Machinery Com
Samuel Bromberger 50
A. E. Gantenbeln 50
Beall & Co 50
Behnke Business College 50
Portland Implement Company 50
Sanborn. Vail & Co 50
A. H. Tanner 50
BaJlou & Wright 50
A Shaplra 50
Marshall Bros 50
J. L. Mitchell ,50
- L. W. Wnykoop 40
A. Anderson 40
J. L. Wickersham 40
George W. Marshall SO
F. A. Ballln 30
Ford's Auction House 30
LIndsley Bros. Co 30
F. J. Haines 30
H. F. Conner 30
De Laval Dairy Supply Company 30
H. X Albee & Co 30
Among the other subscribers are:
Seneca Smith L. T. Lewis s
A. B. Frame P. G. Eastwick
M. Mosessohn O. A. Neal
Chase Paint & Oil W. H. Green
Company J. H. Humphrey
jjisner -music Jom- ijeming .Bros.
Royal Pickllntr Co.
F. C. Savage
B. E. Mott
J. W. Bailey
W. T. Blrchell
A L. Ayers
J. L. Chapman
Muller & Meyer
R. A. Worley
S. A. Cooper
G. N. Kocher
A. E. Crocker
E. A. Everhaxt
E. B. Miller
G. F. Merrill
T. H. Cleland
C. P. Westengard
W. H. Close
W. M. Robinson
W. S. Sterling
W. A Hathaway
G. W. Welster
Potter & Chapln
J. A. Frakes
W. J. King
N. G. Bergman '
J. P. O. Lownsdalo
G. W. Davis
W. W. Allen
M. C. Mace
Thomas & Reed
B. D. Patton
H. J. Keeney
Edna D. Timms
O. P. M. Jameson
E. H. Parker. M. D.
N. R. Cox, D. D. S.
J. S. King
Dn J. B. Olmstead
Pacific Electric Co. G. G. Ames
Davenport & Co.
N. A Plllsbury
J. H. Eaton
G. M. Strong
W. J. Hill
r. W. Jenkins
H. L. Martin
S. E Kellogg
PACKED THE MEETING.
Residents ot Fair-view Want Rail
road Along: Columbia SIourIi.
FAHVVTEW, Or., Sept. 8. (Special.)
Last Saturday's "railroad meeting" at
this place proved to be very much one
sided, as it leaned quite heavily toward
the Columbia Slough and Sandy roads.
All that was done, including the appoint
ment of a committee to wait on the rail
way companies, was In favor of those
two highways and the people living upon
them. It was Intended by some to ad
vance the claims of the Barr road and
say something about a road from Monta
vllla, but the other faction had captured
the meeting and neither the Barr road
nor Montavilla "was In the game at any
It Is known that several prominent own
ers of real estate will give a right of way
and a good bonus if a railway is built
out from Montavilla within a mile of and
paralleling the Base Line. A railroad
along the Sandy road would be of no
benefit to those who live near the Baso
Line any more than the O. W. P. & R.
road Is at present and there is a strong
probability that either two roads will be
built or none at all for a long time yet.
While everyone concedes that a road
aleng the Slough ls needed, there are
many who will work for one the other
way and different Interests are bound to
It Is notorious that people living near
the Base Line do not patronize the road
running through Gresham to any great
extent. They can go to Montavilla with
a horse, put the animal In the stable
there, pay a car fare or two and make
the trip In less time and at less cost than
they can over the O. W. P. &. R. It
would be the same If a road were built
along the slough, and the Base Line people
are demanding a railway for themselves.
The Indications are that both lines will
be built, as there Is room for both.
Denies Miss Bryan Will Wed Ho 1m on.
CLEVELAND, O.. Sept. 8. William J.
Bryan arrived here today from the East
and called at the City Hall for a confer
ence with Mayor Johnson. The latter
was out of the city, however, and Mr.
Bryan subsequently left for Toledo after
taking lunch with Charles J. Salem, chair
man of the Democratic executive com
mittee. Mr. Bryan declined to discuss
National politics, but predicted that Mr.
Johnson would be elected Governor of
While here today Mr. Bryan gave out
the following statement relative to the
printed report that his. daughter Ruth
was engaged tfc marry Captain Richmond
-There is no truth -whatever in the re
ported engagement, and the newspaper
man who sent out the report might have
learned the truth by Inquiring either of
Captain Hobson or of our family. Mr.
Hodson called on Mrs. Bryan when he
lectured In Lincoln recently, and there
met my daughter. The fact that such a
circumstance is made the basis for the
story printed shows how unreliable some
of the so-called newspapers are.
"W, J. BRYAN."
FIREBUGS ARE ACTIVE.
Attempt 3Iade to Burn Down rShed
in Albino. t
The firebugs of Upper Albina are still
active, and about 1 o'clock yesterday
morning they made a second attempt to
start a fire in the woodshed of Mrs H.
Gantz In the rear of her cottage at 433
Fremont street. Two young men hap
pened to be passing her house at that
time on their way home when they saw a
light In the shed blaze up brightly. They
aroused Mrs. Gantz, and then extinguished
the fire with several buckets of water. No
alarm was turned In. It Is difficult to
understand the motive In setting fire to
the woodshed, as It stands detached from
other buildings. After the fire was ex
tinguished L. B. Cuslck watched till
morning .for the firebugs with a shotgun,
but no further attempts were made.
District Engineer Holden and the fire
men are convinced that there is a gang of
incendiaries in Upper Albina. The gang
has already destroyed over $10,000 in prop
erty In that portion of the city. The resi
dents of Unper Albina are very much
worked up over the situation, and there
will be no surprise If a firebug Is shot.
Many have armed themselves and will not
hesitate to shoot If they see any oneset
tlng firo to a house.
Citizens Will Make It Attractive
Pure "Water Supply Wanted.
Property-owners and residents of Mil
waukee are actively engaged In making
the place clean, and complying with ordi
nance No. 3, recently passed by the Coun
cil. It will take some time to remove
the rubbish that had accumulated in the
streets and yards of the old town, but
from the activity displayed by the people
It will be accomplished. Next In line
will be the laylngf of some sidewalks
where they are needed.
The most Important matter before the
Council Is the proposition of J. L. John
son and others to supply Mllwaukle with
MInthorn Springs water ,pn condition that
the "Council give a 30-year franchise.
Mayor Shlndler and members of the .Coun
cil think that Is a long time to grant a
franchise for. A report of some sort Is
expected at the regular meeting tomorrow
A majority of the Councllmen seem fav
orably disposed toward municipal own
ership of the -waterworks, but they are
tied up by the charter, which prohibits
an Indebtedness of more than $1000. If
the Council decides to issue bonds and
build water works It will require an
amendment to tripcharter. It is admitted
that pure water Is needed, but there Is a
difference of opinion as to the best plan
to get It.
DIDN'T WORK FOR 40 DAYS.
A. II. Raxtian Sues to Recover $250
DnnnRCK From C. W. Dressier.
A. H. Bastian has commenced suit In
the East Side Justice Court to recover
$250 damages from C. W. Dressier, a sew
ing machine agent at 510 Williams avenue.
The complaint sets forth that Dressier,
who deals in sewing machines, employed
Joseph Jordan as an agent, and that
Jordan drove about In a vehicle owned
by Dressier. On May 23, 1903, It Is alleged
Jordan left the horses standing outside a
house. Bastian. the plaintiff, was driv
ing In a buggy on the same street. The
Dressier team became frightened, and
dashing down the street, collided with
Bastlan's outfit, throwing Bastian to the
ground, greatly bruising and Injuring him
and nearly wrecking his vehicle. Bastian
was Incapacitated for work for 40 days
and "was compelled to employ a doctor at
an expense of $23. Repairs to his vehicle
cost $50. Bastian estimates the mental
and bodily anguish se suffered at $175
more, and asks for judgment of $250, costs
and disbursements. The case will be
HEARING IS POSTPONED.
E. St rale, Shot in Foot, Cannot At
tend Trial for Two Weeks.
Justice S4ton yesterday postponed the
preliminary examination- of J. Miller,
proprietor of the Twelve-Mile roadhouse,
charged with assaulting Edward Strak
with a dangerous weapon. The examina
tion was to be held tomorrow, but owing
to the condition of Strak, who Is confined
at the Good Samaritan Hospital on ac
count of the gunshot wound in his foot,
he cannot be present.
Dr. Short, of Gresham, who Is attending
the wounded man. Informed Justice Seton
that Strak would not be able to leave the
hospital for at least two weeks. The
bullet passed through his foot from the
instep, and owing to the presence of num
erous small bones the wound is quite
serious and will not heal quickly. Justice
Seton postponed the preliminary exami
nation until Strak Is able Ho be present.
Rnmiellvllle School Opens Monday.
Russellville School will open in the new
building Monday morning, and at 2 o'clock
In the afternoon there will be a public
celebration of the completion and occupa
tion of the new building. County School
Superintendent R. F. Robinson will be
present and talk to the people. The di
rectors of the district will also attend the
exercises In the afternoon. Professor J.
F. Croft, the new principal, has moved
Into the district He Is well recommended,
having served as principal of Moro School
for one year, and he also holds state
certificates from Oregon, Iowa and Kan
sas. The contractors have completed the
new "building and turned it over to the
Board, of Directors.
East Side Notes.
David J. Beakey has commenced suit In
the East Side Justice Court to recover
J1G2.50 from A. "W. Barr, alleged to be due
for commission on the sale of property.
A. A. Courtney, manager of the North
ern Box Manufacturing Company, and
his family, have returned to their home.
at 690 Schuyler street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. "v7. Mutch returned
yesterday from a two-weeks' visit to the
Sound cities. They went on the same
train that started with the Elks excur
sion which was wrecked, but they escaped
with a shaking-up and a fright.
Pleasant Home Newa.
Dr. "W. A. Roberts, dentist. New offices
Mohawk building, Third and Morrison
Rev. George Thorp will preach his fare
well sermon next Sunday before starting
S. A. Spinner, of Hood River, an old
soldier, who attended the encampment In
San Francisco, paid his friends a' visit In
Pleasant Home. v
Misses Alice and Blanche Stephens, who
have been visiting friends In Pleasant
Homo since last June left for their home
In Centralla, "Wash., this week.
Since the sawmills have all started up
many of the men who went to Eastern
Oregon when the mills shut down have
xeturned to work. A number of new men
with teams came from Portland to haul
lumber and ties from the mill of Proctor
M. A. Ross Post, G. A. R.. will hold a
meeting In Its hall next Saturday. The
post will hold no reunion this year. There
was delay In securing grounds In the Lake
tract, and it Is now considered too late
We have a full line of Hektographs,
Monarch Duplicators, Mimeographs
and Rotary Neostyles awaiting your
The Kilham Stationery Co. j
to make preparations. However, the mat
ter of clearing the grounds leased will
come before the post at the Saturday
No Departments In Saloon.
PORTLAND, Sept S. (To the Editor.)
The writer would offer the following sug
gestions relative to the saloon question:
First Make "the license of sufficient sire
as will close forever the "dives" and
dance halls; say 51000 or $1500 yearly.
Second Close the side (or family, so
As is well known, these side entrances
aro "hellish" in design, and the self-respecting
saloonkeeper has no use for
them whatever. Why not, then, abolish
the side entrances and the various com
partments and rooms connected with all
The side entrances and rooms are but
stepping-stones to the "knock-out" drops.
And then what follows any well-informed
person knows. Robbery and murder, and
frequently worse crimes, are committed.
The writer of these lines does not fre
quent saloons; In fact, knows but little
about the various concoctions dispensed
therein. He docs not know the difference
between a "mint Jullp" and a "sherry
He believes, however, that If men wish
to engage In that business they should
not be afforded the opportunity to rob
and murder their patrons. Let them sell
their "goods" like any other merchant.
But do not permit them, under any pre
text, to run a "department" Joint at the
There are three large "department"
stores in the city now, and It Is univer
sally conceded that these are quite suf
ficient for a city of the size of Portland.
If Baby la Cutting: Teeth,
Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy,
Mrs. "Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain." cures wind colic and diarrhoea.
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia and too
hearty eating is relicvcti at once by tak
ing one of Carter's Little. Liver Pills Im
mediately after dinner.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., Sept. 8. Maximum tem
perature 71, minimum temperature 48; river
reading, 11 A. M., 4.8 feet, change In 24 hours
0.1 foot. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5
P. M., trace; total precipitation . since Sep
tember 1, 1003, 0.20 Inch; normal precipitation
since September 1, 1903, 0.30 Inch; deficiency,
0.10 inch. Total sunshine. September 7, 1003,
4:15; possible sunshine. September 7, 1003,
13:00. Barometer, reduced to tea-level, at 5
P. M.. 30.20.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
Baker City, 58 0.00
Unlan I M T
Eureka I 6010.00
Helena 54 0.00
North Head CO 0.00
Pocatello I 5S0.00
Portland .1 711 T
Red Bluff I 9OI0.O0
Roseburfj 68 0.00
Salt Lake City ....J 64 0.00
Fan Francisco .... 82 0.00
Spokane 04 0.00!
Seattle '. 60 0.00
Tatoosh Island .... 58 0.00
Walla Walla ..
The ralna in the North Pacific States have
ceased -end been followed by fair weather with
temperatures from 5 to 15 degrees below
normal. In California the temperature has
risen slightly and It is now about normal.
The Indications are for fair weather in this
district "Wednesday. There will be light frosts
early "Wednesday morning In Southern and
extreme Eastern Oregon, In Eastern "Wash
ington and In Idaho. During "Wednesday af
ternoon the temperature will riowly rise.
Portland and vicinity: , ""Wednesday, fair and
warmer: northwest winds.
Western Oregon: Wednesday, fair with light
frost In south portion In early morning.
Warmer during tjio afternoon. Northwest
Western Washington: Wednesday, fair,
warmer, except 'near the Coast; northwest
Eastern Oregon: Wednesday, fair with light
Barred by Life Insurance Companies.
Coffee directly affects the heart, and"
many life insurance companies now rec
ognize "coffee heart" as a well-defined
disease; and refuse Insurance to those
suffering from this trouble.
Leaving off coffee and drinking Postum
Food Coffee regularly in its place quickly
remedies this and puts the heart normal,
healthy and steady again.
"I was examined for membership in the
"Woodmen of the "World about a year
ago. and the examining physician told
me that I had coffe"e heart,' due to coffee
drinking, and told me that I would ha,ve
to stop or he could not answer for re
sults. He said I would no doubt find It
difficult to quit the use of coffee unless I
drank well boiled Postum Food Coffee
In Its place, and recommended Postum to
me, which, he said, would not only aid me
to give up the coffee habit, but would
greatly help my health. My pulse regis
tered over a hundred beats a minute, and
I was not admitted to. membership In the
order, but my application was held open
for three weeks.
"I begair' the use of Postum according
to the doctor's directions, and was highly
pleased with it, and liked It better than
the best of coffee. After three or four
days the beating of my pulse began to
diminish, and at the end of three weeks
-it was normal, and my application and
examination papers were again sent to the
sovereign physician of the Woodmen at
Omaha, with the result that I received my
"Hundreds of people have I heard re
mark: 'Oh, there's no harm in coffee.'
Now, I never dreamed the use of It was
affecting me In the least, and consoler
myself lucky that I underwent this exam-
Inatlon just when I did and found out
the truth about coffee from this physi
cian. I believe that even when coffee is
not suspected, It is always doing 111 and
will in time hurt the strongest constitu
tion." Name given by Postum Co., Battle
.ook in each package for a copy of the
famous little book, "The Road to .Well-vllie:.
frost In east portion In early morning. Warmer
during the afternoon.
Eastern "Washington and Northern Idaho:
"Wednesday, fair with light frost In early
morning; warmer during the afternoon.
Southern Idaho: "Wednesday, fair with light
frost in early morning; warmer in west por
tion during the afternoon.
WORK, SUPERIOR METHODS,
Are characteristic of our school. This Is
why It stands so high In public estimation;
why our attendance is constantly increas
ing; why we receive so many calls for
office help. It pays to attend such a
school. Quality counts, as it should. Pri
vate or class Instruction. In a regular
course or special branches. Open all the
year; students admitted at any time; Il
lustrated catalogue free. Call, or write.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
PARK AND WASHINGTON
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL.B, PRINCIPAL
Evening School Opens
"We teach the same branches in all de
partments In the night school that are
taught In our day school.
Some of the most successful bookkeepers
and stenographers received their entire
Instruction at night school.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
evenings from 7:30 to 0:30.
Holmes Business College
' Established 1S87.
Yamhill and Eleventh Streets,
If you are thinking of attending
business College, you cannot afford
to ignore the best one in town. Day
and evening sessions. '
Behnke-Walker Business College
242 "WASHINGTON ST.
13th and Washington. Phone Main 2273.
NO.T A HIGHWAY LADY BUT A
GRACE WALTON HAYME
Her "Old Actor's Story" was the hit of
AND SUCH A GREAT BILL
10 STAR FEATURES 10
AMATEURS FRIDAY NIGHT
PARK CLOSES NEXT S.UNDAY NIGHT.
GET THE HABIT ONLY 10c.
George L. Baker, Resident Manager.
First Appearance of Rnymontl and
Caverly, German Conieclians.
BANDY AND WILSON.
SAM KEL.L.YS IDA.
MOUNTS AND DEL.MAR.
AND THH BIOSCOPE.
Evening, 30c. 20c, 10c; matinees, 20c, 10c,
Matinees Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Jl TIP DON'T MISS THIS SHOW.
JKO. F. CORDRAY
tai W. M. RUSSELL
'PHONE MAIN 002.
PORTLAND'S POPULAR FAMILY THEATER
Prices. 16c, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c Boxofilce
open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Every evening at 8:15; Matinee Saturday,
THE GREATEST PLAY OF THE PERIOD.
A GREAT CAST OP PLAYERS.
THE MORDANT-HUMPHRY COMPANY
By D. T. CALLAHAN.
Produced Under the Direction of Mr. Mordant.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER.
W. T. PANGLE, Resident Manager.
Two Performances Only
FRIDAY NIGHT. SEPTEMBER 11.
Special Matinee Saturday at 2:15 o'clock.
Hoyt's Greatest Success,
" A TEXAS STEER"
The Best Ever.
Evening .Prices: Lower floor, except last 3
rows, SI; lasl 3 rows, 75c. Balcony, first 5
rows, 75c; last 6 rows, 50c. Gallery. 35c and
Zdc. Jjoxes ana loges, f 7.00.
Special Matinee Prices: Entire IbweV floor.
tc; enure oaicony, sue; gaucry, oc ana 33c
Seats are now selling. Phone Main 80S.
WB ARE INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY1 AUC
TION ON MONDAY AND TUES
Sentember 14 and 15. at 2 o'clock each day.
the stock of furniture, heating and cooking
stoves, lounges, sofa, bedsets, springs, mat
tresses, large assortment of crockery, granite
and tinware.' sideboards, chairs, rockers. In
fact, everything In the store. 348 FIRST ST.,
between Mill and Market. Terms cash. Sale
at 2 o'clock.
GEO. BAKER &-CO., Auctioneers.
CLASSIFIED 11). XArlSS.
"Rooms, r ''Booms nd Board." "Hosekee
leg- Rooms." "Situation Wanted." IS -sror&s er
less. 15 cents; IB to 30 words, 30 cents; 21 ta
25 words, 25 cents. ta No discount lor ad
UNDER ALL OTHER. HEADS except "New
Today," SO cents for 15 words or less: IB to
20 wcrda. 40 cents; 21 to 23 words. 00 cents,
etc. first Insertion. Each adltion&l insertion,
one-halt; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TO DAT" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line. Srst Insertion; 10 cenU per Use
tor each additional Insertion.
t ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this,
office, should always be Inclosed in sealed, en
velopes. No stamp Is required oa such letters.
The OrtgonUn will not be responsible tor
errors 1.. advertisements taken through the
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Sale Commences 10 A. M. at Ford's Auction
House, 182 1st st. II. Ford, auctioneer.!
At residence. 234 Porter st., at 10 o'clock
A. 31. S. I. N. Gllman, auctioneer.
WASHINGTON LODGE. No. 48,
A. F. & A. M. Special communica
tion this (Wednesday) afternoon at
1 o'clock. Masonic Hall. Burkhanl
building; thence to Portland Crema
torium, to perform funeral cere
monies over the remains nf nnr latA
brother, John A. Leach, of Warren Lodge,
No. 53, Indlanola, Iowa. Visiting brethren
earnestly reauested to attend. Bv enter w
M. J. H. RICHMOND. Sec.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, No. IS,
R. A. M. Officers, companions and
visiting companions are requested to
meet with Washington Lodge. No.
40, A. F. & A. M.. at Masonic Hall.
Burkhard bldg.. at 1 o'clock P. M., J
late companion, John A. Leach. By order E.
H. P. E. E- SHAIinV Swtrv.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL. No. 3. R.
& S. M. Officers and members are re
Quested to meet with Washington
Lodge. No. 46. A. F. & A. M.. at 1
oclock P. M. this fWednesdavl. Sent.
10, to assist In conducting' funeral services
of our late companion. John A. Leach. Ser
vices at Portland Crematorium. By order of
Th. III. M. C. M. BROSEY. Rec
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.
18. R. A. M Regular convocation
this (Wednesday) evening, Septem
ber 0, at 8 o'clock. Masonic Hall,
Burkhard bldg. P. M. and M. E.
M. degrees. By order of B. H. P.
E. El SHARON; Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE, No. 2. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening, at
8 o'clock. The first degree team Is requested
to be present, as there are a number of candi
dates lor that degree. Visitors welcome.
M. OSVOLD, Sec.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. No. 54. O. B, S.
Regular communication this (Wednesday) even
ing, at o clock. By order of worthy Matron.
ELISABETH KISSELL, Sec.
WILLIAMSON. In this city. Sept. 8. 1903,
Kate Williamson, aged 32 years, late of
Carrollton. Washington. Remains at Fin
HOOPER. Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services of Virginia A. Hooper, which will
be held at Flnley'a chapel at 2 P. M. today.
Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertak
er and Embalracra, Lave moved to
tliclr new balldine, Third and
Salmon. Lady assistant. 'Phone No.
J. P. FINLEY & SON, Funeral Di
rectors, Cor. 3d and Madiaon. Offlce
of County Coroner. Experienced
Lady Aaalstnnt. 'Phone No. O.
DUNNING & CAMPION, Undertakers,
moved to new bldu;., 7th & Pine.
Lady aHMistant. Phone Main 430.
CI.AUKE DUOS.. Fl.Md FLOWfeUS.
I'lural Ueiigns, U8i llurrlaoa.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 E.
Alder. Lady axHlvtaut. Tel. East Hli.
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
No. 100 Third street.
Incorporated April 22, 1887.
We Issue coupon certificates of deposit for
five years, on which we pay Interest at the
rate ot 4 per cent per annum, as per semi
annual coupons attached. We Issue Interest
bearing special certificates of deposit, not less
than $500 each, payable upon 10 days' call
by tho Holder, or 10 days' notice by the Trust
Company, 3Vi per cent per annum.
Payable on 30 days' call or 30 days' notice,
Zy per cent per annum.
Payable on 00 days' call or 00 days' notice,
4 per cent per annum.
On certificates of $5000 or over. Interest will
be paid quarterly or semi-annually If desired.
All, as defined in our book of ILLUSTRA
TIONS, copies of which we shalL be glad to
furnish on application.
BENJ. I. COHEN. President.
B. LEE PAGET, Secretary.
WANTED SUPERINTENDENT FOR LARGE
stock ranch of sheep and -cattle; give experi
ence aad references. A 1, Oregonlan..
SHEEHY BROS. MOVED TO 2S2h YAMHILL
St.. near 4th. Phone Main 3072.
is now open Patrons desiring certain hours
should apply at once. LOUIS H. BOLL. The
Auditorium, 208 Third, nr. Taylor st.
On Improved city and farm property. Building
loans, lnstallmo.it loan. WM. M ACM ASTER.
Ml orcfter block.
Lots for sals on favorable terms. Apply to
Heru-y Hewett & Co.. room 22S Sherlock bldg.,
corner 3d and Oak ats.
A new O-room dwelllnj? complete
in every renpect by
PARR1SII, W ATKINS & CO.,
250 Alder Street.
Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Real Estate City and Earm
Insurance in All 'Lines7
A. H. BIRRELL,
Formerly of MacMaater it BIrrell.
202-3 McKay Building. Third and Stark.
Phone Main 232.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
S1200-7-ROOM COTTAGE. EAST PORTLAND.
$2500 6-room house, modern. Albina.
$3000 7-room cottage, choice. East Port
land. $3000 Hotel property. East Portland; will
pay 15 per cent on Investment.
$2850 8-room house, modern, desirable lo
cation. East Side.
$4000 0-room house, corner, close In on
East Side. '
Vacant lots In North Irvlngton. Holladay
Park and Holladay's Addition.
Cheap lots In Fulton Park. Trcmont Place,
St. Johns and other parts of the city.
WHALLET, Room 124, Abington Bldg.
P. S. Call any time after Monday.
12050 VERY NICE MODERN 0-ROOM COT
tage. In best part of Albina; house all fur-
n'snecJ- , ,
$1600 Finest quarter block In Sunnys.de, on
car line. ...
$3100 Flno 7-room house, good location,
$750 For 7-room house and lot, Montavilla.
CHARLESON & STAUB,
245VS Morrison st.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. GOOD
barn, some fruit, property In good con
dition, on car line, close In; $1800. Lot
Eight-room up-to-date house, built by
the best builder lrf the city; everything
first class; close In, on the West Side.
W. W. Estey, room 1, Hamilton bldg.
WANTED BUYERS FOH 40 GOOD 1M
prov'ed farms In the rain belt, within 8 miles
of tbe East Oregon State Normal School:
In the center of the largest wheat-growing
county In tho Stale of Oreson. AddrcsJ
Weston Real Estato Assn.. Weston, Or.
FOR SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT.
corner Dupont and Benton, between ferry
and steel bridge. Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE FAMILY RESIDENCE. 10
rooms, stable and fruit trees; near car line.
Inquire 693 Johnson.
3TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SACe NEARLY SIX ACRES OF LAND
In Eugene. On. on graded and graveled
street; three blocks from graded school; fin a
new Improvements; 8-room house; barn, fam
ily orchard; small fruits, etc. Address 132
Madison st., Eugene. Or.
DESIRABLE WEST RIDE HOME, FURNACE,
gar) porcelain bath, location unsurpassed:
also choice corner lot: special bargain for
short time: S" car to SbT Corbelt st. Owner.
PER MONTH BUYS LOT IN MAPLE
wood, on Woodstock car line; $100 to $175
each; one mite nearer city than Woodstock.
Sahlstroni & Pattcrsonr 232 Stark st.
FOR SALE S0500. BUSINESS CORNEii
lot. 50x100, with double store building. 44x
an. li nuim iiTtnlri; down, hnlnnro i
v long time. P 2t, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE MODERN 1-KOOM HOUSE,
bearing fruit tre; lot 50x100. Call after
noon, 724 East 13th st. Dahlgren. owner,
FOR SALE-FINE $20,000 RESIDENCE ON
Nob Hill, one block from car ljne; magnln
ccnt parlors: twq bathrooms, etcll.OOO.
D 400, Oregonlan.
$1100 JO ACRES. HALF CULTIVATED. 24
miles out: good road; crops. Implements,
team, stock, hogs, etc., jheap. D 52, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE 30 ACRES. 0 ACRES ONION
land; new house, barn, orchard; joins
Beaverton. Address Box 73, Beaverton,
SOME GREAT BARGAINS ALONG THE
line of the O. W. P. electric railway. O. R.
Addlton. "Lents, Or. Mount Scott car, 5c
FIVE-ROOM 'COTTAGE FOR SALE. ALL
modern improvements; II GOO. 265 Fargo st.
10-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. WEST SIDE;
centrally located. Address N 12, Oregonian.
NEW MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. NEAR CAR
line; easy terms; ?2000. G 52, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE. CHEAP MUST HAVE MONEY;
lot ror f-W) cash. A 00, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FARMS.
DAIRY OR STOCK FARM, 2S0 ACRES; 20
ctear, aDout w seeaea in pasture; -i more
easily cleared; good house, barn, orchard, Im
plements and 12 head of cattle. N 1C, Ore
gonlan. IMPROVED FARMS FOI. SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For particulars
apply f. WM. MACMASTER. 311 Worcester
BEAUTIFUL FARMS. HIGHLY IMPROVED,
in Willamette Valley, near Portland: from lu
to 9 BO acres, from $8 up per aye. So or
addre&s T. Wlthycome. Farmlmrfon. O-
A SNAP 52500 140 ACRES, fs MILES FROM
Vancouver; 20 acres clea,rcd 10 acres swale;
Improvements, stock, crops and Implements;
for description address Y 70, Oregonian.
FINE ORCHARD. 35 ACRES ITALIAN
prunes; 5 acres Winter apples; trees 0 years
old; good crop prunes; large new drier. See
owner, G23 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE FINE FARM. WELL IMPROV
d, 3 miles from McMinnvllle; a bargain.
Call on Mrs. Jessie Burn&ss, Marquam bldg.,
TEN-ACRE FRUIT FARM. 22D AND FRE-
mont sts. or terms see owner, A. sioper,
16th and Fremont sts.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 24 ACRES LAND. 1
m. S. W. of Beaverton. King, 8UC E. 7th st.,
N., phone East G75.
FARM LANDS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. ON
easy terms. J. L. Cliff. 266 Stark.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
SMALL AND LARGE TRACTS IN SKAGIT.
Snohomtsh. King, Clallam. Chehalls. Lewis.
Cowlitz and Thurston Counties, Wash. In
Coos, Klamath, Union and Yamhill Coun
Sevetal tracts for sale on a logging basis.
Small cash payment, balance monthly as
timber cut oft.
Also shingle and lumber mill for sale In
Whatcom Co., AVash., with 1100 acres on or
near Lake Whatcom, cruising 22.000.000 feet
fine timber. Robert P. Maynard, 615 Bailey
bldg.. Seattle, Wash.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES OF GOOD UNIM
provert tarmlng Ia.nd, very sightly, well wat
ered, good cedar and fir on It; location with
in about 2 miles of Dilley and 3 miles- of
Forest Grove railroad stations; terms rea
sonable; no agents. A 10. care Oregonlan.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR SALE IN
- large or small blocks; ready for immediate
delivery. L. W, Whltlnff, 408 Abington bldg.
I BUY AND SELL LARGE AND SMALL
tracts of timber. A. -E. Mathews, 417 Ore
gonlan bldg., Portland. Or.'- -
SCHOOL LAND FOR SALE. VERY CHEAP,
have some fine t tacts. Call 11 N. 3d st.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, 160 ACRES OF
yellow pine timber. In Klickitat County, for
house and lot In suburbs of Portland; price
$1200. S. S SUngerland, Nahcotta, Wash.
Horaex, Vehicles! and Harness.
FOR SALE, BY JOHN HODEL. WOODSTOCK
road Two horses, harness and wagon, 2
cows, 2 young bulls. 2 calves. Inquire with
R. & A. Buetlkofer, 191 3d.
EEVERAL GOOD DRAFT HOUSES AND
one good spring-wagon cheap. 313 Water st.
SADDLE. DRAFT. AND DRIVING HORSES.
L. O. rtalston, 637 Jefferson. Phone West 818.
CAMP WAGONS FOR HIRE. HARNESS AND
second-hand wagons for sale. 211 Wash.
FOR SALE LOOMIS-THOMSON PRACTICE
of Medicine, 4 vols.; Holt. Diseases ot Child
hood; obstetrical bag and forceps; case sur
gical Instruments; set Van Buren's sounds;
medicine case. All nearly new. Set Ency
clopedia Brltannlca, 0th edition, sheep bound;
good condition. 66 N. 14th st.
FOR SALE A FRESL. CLEAN STOCK OF
general merchandise in the heart ot the
wheat belt of Eastern Oregon; stock about
34000; good reasons for kelllng. Address X
STANDARD TYPEWRITERS FROM $25; ALL
makes rented and repaired. Rubber stamps,
notary sea's etc. Cunningham's, 231 Stark.
FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY. FURNITURE
for 5-rocm outage; mostly new; also one
mantel bed; new. A 84. Oregonlan.
DOUBLE SET OF HARNESS. ONE EXPRESS
wagon, one farm wagon, one small buggy,
cheap. 2&5i 1st St., cor. Jefferson.
E1GHT-ROQM FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH
good class ot boarders; good locality. Ad
dress X 9. care Oregonian.
FOR SALE TWO POOL TABLES; GOOD AS
new; cheap. Inquire Aug. Erlckson. 21 N.
2d at., cor. Burnslde.
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED POINTER
pup, full-grown; well pedigreed. Inquire at
222 Falling bldg.
FOR SALE 17 HEAD OF CATTLE CHEAP;
will exchange for real estate. Inquire 141
11th st.. city.
A FEW HIGH-GRADE. TX'PEWKITKRa.
One condition, $30 ach. L & M. Alexander.
122 3d it.
SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT. SOLD AND Ex
changed, at pid Book Store. 22JJ Yamhill st.
FOR SALE TOPOGR-APHIC MAPS OF MIN
lng districts In Oregon.. 311 .uekum Dldg.
HELP "WANTED MALE.
WANTED AGENCIES TO HANDLE OUR
line of samples of gents' clothing, general
clothing or dry goods; stores prepared as our
agency will include famous ladles' clothing
manufacturing business; an agency can give
their customers genuine merchant tailor
cloths 1 made into suits, skirts or coats; or if
they have thel. own dress patterns to sell,
they can get them made by us; or they can
order garments for their stock: soliciting
agents giving first-class reference will Do
considered. The work on gents' as well as
ladles' clothing Is first-class. There are
cheaper houses than us, but none better.
Fashions and designs furnished. In this
day ot quick-changing styles, you do not feel
like buying a line of ladles' suits or coats,
located perhaps, or you are in a small town.
Our plant is at your service. Single orders
or mere. We are the only concern going this
business In tho Northwest. The J. M.
Achcson Co.. 5th and Alder sts., merchant
tailors, manufacturers of ladles' suits, coats
anJ skirts; ready to wear or made to special
WANTED FOR THE U. . MARINE CORPS,
able-bodied, unmarried men, between 21 and
25- good character: must speak, read and
wri'.e English; marlrcs erve at sea oa men-of-war
in all parts of the world, on land In
ou.- Island posessions. and at naval station
In the United States. Apply at recruiting of
fice, Poitofflco bldg.. Portland, Or.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SHIRT SALES
man for city and near-by towns. Refer
ences required. Apply The Spencer Co.,
320 3 Washington streot.
HliP WASTE D XAL1L
Wan ted a first-class pickle: and
vinegar salesman, to sell our "California
Home' and "Centaur" bratfds to the retail
trade of Oregon and Washington. Only those
who can furnish a bond ot a guaranty com
pany need apply; state age, experience and
salary expected. Address Pacific Vinegar &
Pickle Works, 122-120 Davis st., San Fran
CONTRACTORS. LOGGERS AND MILLMEN.
We have moved -our headquarters to mora
central quarters. Loggers, mlllhands. labor
ers, farmhands, etc.. always In demand;
plenty of work; call and see us. Canadian
Employment Co., 240 Burnslde at. Branches
In several parts of the city.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 33.
citizens of United States of sood character
Md temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For information api'ly to
Recruiting Offlce. 3d and Oak sts. Portland.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
barber trade; three more students required
at reduced rate; only eight weeks required,
constant practice and success guaranteed; call
or write for catalogue anf full particulars.
Portland Barber College. 253 Everett at.
SALESMAN WANTED WELL ACQ17AINT-
eu wiia ine retail grocery ira.ue ui. uiu tuy
and state, and willing to work for Coast
house on commission; permanent. Call Im
perial Hotel, room 316, Wednesday, 1 o'clock
MEIER & FRANK COMPANY WANT SEV
eral young men between the ages of 16 and
20 years; splendid opportunity for young
men desirous of learning the business. Ap
ply before 10 A. M.
BRIDGE CARPENTERS. SALT LAKEi TRES-
"ti- "re mtc; i carpenters, nunins com
pany, $3.50-$4; steam shovel cranemen. tal
lyman and others. C. R. Hansen & Co., 28
WANTED YOUNG MAN APPRENTICE IN
tlnshop, one who has had some experience
preferred; good opportunity for right party.
Call 2d and Morrison. Muck-Dunning Hdw.
WANTED SALESMEN FOR MACKIN
toshes, rubber clothing and kindred lines in
territory adjacent to Portland. Address La.
Crosse Rubber Mills Co.. La Crosse. Wis.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS EXAMINA
tlons soon; write for free circular 12, giving
various positions, salaries, etc. Polytechnic
Bus. College, Oakland, Cal.
WANTED STUDENTS It TELEGRAPHY,
by experienced teacher and old-time operator.
Will fit you for position: switchboard, etc.
B 12, Oregonian.
WANTED MANAGER FOR BRANCH OF
flce; salary, $1800 yearly; man with $5000
preferrew. Address Treasurer, 203-7 Security
WANTED JANITOR. A MAN THAT NEEDS
treatment, and lsTrtlllng to work for it. pre
ferred. Tho Keeley Institute, 1st and Mont
EXPERT TEACHER. UNIVERSITY GRADU
ate, wants students evenings;, Latin, algebra,
grammar, arithmetic, etc Q 73, Oregonlan.
WANTED OFFICE BOl. ABOUT 17 YEARS
old. in wholesale house; good opportunity to
advance. If capable. F Its. Oregonlan.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS PHOTO PRINT
er. Hayes & Hayes, 342& Washington st.
None but first-class need apply.
WANTED SHOE SALESMAN, YOUNG MAN
with 2 or 3 years experience. Clerks' Reg
istration Bureau, 205 Morrison.
SOBER. RESPONSIBLE MAN WfTH $300
in thriving grocery; salary $20 per week.
522 Chamber Commerce.
WANTED A STRONG BOY TO DRIVE DE
llvery wagon; must give references. Apply
to Andrew Kan & Co.
WANTED TWO GOOD WOOD-WORKING
machine men. Address R. Veal & Sons, Al
WANTED SIX TEAMS TO HAUL TIES TO
Troutdale. Address Proctor & Beers, Cot
WANTED ALL-AROUND BLACKSMITH ;
salary. $3.50. Address J. R. Simons, Hepp
MARRIED MAN FOR GENERAL RANCH
work; must be experienced. B 500, Orego
SEE D. E. BUDD FOR WORK. GENERAL
employment and contract agent. 110 1st st.
W ANTED A GOOD BAKER: GOOD WAGES.
II.V. Ta Ion- Unl-or- Pit V Or.
2 GOOD SOLICITORS. CALL 2 2d St., cor.
Ankeny, between 2 and 4 P. M. only.
IF YOU WANT WORK. OR MEN
SEE HANSEN ABOUT IT 26 N. 2D.
WANTED A YOUNG BOY. APPLY TO
Lewls-Stenger Barters- fauppiy v-o.
THOROUGHLY RELIABLE MAN FOR GEN
eral ranch work. A 500, Oregonlan.
BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS OF AGE WANTED
for office work. O 12, Oregonlan.
WANTED STRQNG BOY AT CONCANNON
Market, 21st and Johnson sts.
BOY ABOUT 18 TO WASH AND LABEL
' bottles. Apply 103 Front st.
WANTED CARPET-LAYER AND
holsterer. H. B. Edwards.
EXPERIENCED CLOTHING MEN WANT
ed. C 52. Oregonlan.
TEAMSTERS WANTED FOR WOODYARD.
Inquire 305 Water st.
EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN.
Selling. 167 3d st.
WANTED BOY TO MILK AND DO CHORES.
Phone Scott 1331.
WANTED GOOD BOY AVITH A WHEEL.
80 0th at.
LOUNGE-MAKERS WANTED. 18 AND 20
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS, WAITRESSES, CHAMBERMAIDS,
city and country; nurse girls, second girls,
housekeepers; plenty of housework, $15 to
$30. Phane Main 1323. Canadian Parlora.
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR ON GEN
tlemen's shirts. Must De first-class. Also
girls to learn, pay -while learning. Power
machines. The Spencer Co.. 326 & Wash
ington, cor. tlth.
WHY NOT EMPLOY YOUR SPARE TIME
pleasantly at home? One lady made $15
last week: exceptional chance until Christ
mas. Call 9 to 5. 372 East Morrison.
WANTED GOOD NURSE GIRL: MUST
ha'e reference and experience and willing
to assist In light duties. 695 Davis between
2ist and 22d. Apply 5 to 0 evenings.
WANTED-GIRL TO DO COOKING AND
washing for small- family, one afternoon a
week and evenings off. Apply 113 North
20th, cor. Gllsan st.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waitresses, chambermaids, general work
ers. St. Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2SS1.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family. Call 91 E. 12th st.,
cor. of Stark, or phone Union 796.
WANTED FINISHERS AND HELPERS AT
Mrs. McLean's dressmaking parlors, Cam
bridge bldg.. cor. 3d and Morrison.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and one to care for children-. Apply
241 North 15th. cor. Marshall.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO ATTEND
child 2 years old, from 8 o'clock to 5:30. 205
North 19th St., cor. Kearney.
LADY STENOGRAPHER. WHO CAN As
sist with books. State salary expected and
experience. E 52. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO TAKE
charge of dining-room In large boarding
house. X 20, Oregonlan.
COOK AND SECOND GIRL. SMALL FAM
lly; good wages. Call 233 N. 24th, cor. Mar
shall. Apply mornings.
105 10TH. COR. TAYLOR WANTED A
cook, small boarding-house; also boy to
assist with housework.
CHILD'S NURSE. RELIABLE AND EXPERI
enced only. Apply mornings, 609 Everett,
between 19th and 20th.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: family of two. Apply between 9 and
12. 7S2 Overton st.
COOK, CAMP. S40, WITH HELPER. CAMP,
$50; signal boy. $1 day. Pioneer Employ
ment. 215 Morrison.
WOMAN WANTED TO SELL A NECESSITY
to mothers; $12 a week clear. Depr, M bor
WANTED-GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT
housework In family of 3 and attend school.
' 565 E. Morrison.
WANTED COOK TO WORK ON FARM. IN
qulre 323 Abington bldg.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
care of baby. 560 Hoyt.