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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 190.
Advertising Wc Sit and Ideas
that king yOXJ Del1tf Q Advertising
Matt Mittcr ikit i red. XCdUIID Elands
F. V. BALTES AND COMPANY PRINTERS AND BINDERS
iftk-wd Washimtfoa Streets
jSeiilwc t L atl CMHte With HteL
J. . DATIM. Pr.
St. Charles Hotel
FKONT AND MORRISON TRBRT
lrpea Plaa Rm 50c t $1.50
First-Class Restaaraat In Caaaectlaa
r jiPraTajir i
ISjiKiJttiBJ !7r "T&f'fiKfiSlij
PULPIT DECLAEED VACANT
But Congregation Will Probably Re
tain Rev. J. H. Gibson.
The action of the presbytery of Oregon,
-which met at Oakdale, Or., In declaring
vacant the pulpit of the Grand-Avenue
Presbyterian Church and thus deposing
Rev. J. H. Gibson, is seriously resented
by the majority of members of that
church. Accusations -were made against
Rev. Mr. Gibson some months ago -which
were the cause of much strife and con
tention between the two factions Into
which the congregation -was divided, but
the matter was finally settled and it was
supposed that the handshaking and bury
ing the hatchet -which ensued was m
good faith. It now appears, however,
that the still waters have been deeper
than usual and the old enemies have
never ceased to work on their plans of
ousting him from the church.
The large majority of the congregation
are determined to retain their pastor at
any cost, and they are In a position to
do so as the church Is maintained by the
Home Missionary Society ana not by the
presbytery. This will enable them to
disband and immediately reorganize, and
this will probably be aone. Both Rev.
Mr. Gibson and his wife are very popular
with the members of the church, and a
movement of this kind will not be a
surprise to any acquainted with, the con- j
aiuons. vev. jut. iiD3ou wuum not uut
for publication on his return last night.
Frenchman Sent to the Asylum.
HIIilSBORO, Or., April 15. (Special)
Ieger Fougeron, a Frenchman, was last
evening examined for insanity and sent
to the Asylum this morning. Fougeron
was picked up by the officers the other
evening and when searched, had $100 on
his person. He is subject to epilepsy
and Imagines he Is going to be hanged.
In conversing in his own language he
kept repeating tnat he was guilty and
that he was ready to die, and asked that
the rope be brought.
Fougeron carries a poll tax receipt
from Flathead County, Montana, bearing
date of May, 1903. He also has a medal
from the French Government hospital
service for the years 1895 and 18S6.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, April IB. Maximum tempera
ture, 62 deg.; minimum, 43. River readme,
11 A. M-, 15.3 feet; change In 24 hours, rise
1.1 feet. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5 P.
M.. none; total since September 1, 1003. 44.20
Inches; normal, 40.22; excess, 3.98. Total eun
ehlne April 14, 1904, 7 hours 36 minutes; possi
ble, 18 hours 30 minutes. Barometer reduced
to sea level), at 5 P. M., 29.85.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Ralcer Cltv 15810.02
Bismarck . 34 0.00
Boise 164 T
North Head .. (5S0.0:
TVwntelio - 1C2I T
Red Bluff 62 0.02
Salt Lake City
San Francisco .....
Walla Walla .
Light. T, trace.
During the last 24 hours light to moderately
heavy showers have occurred generally In
Northern California and ln the North Pacific
States. It Is much cooler east of the Cascade
Mountains, and slightly warmer ln the Wil
lamette Valley and ln the Sound country.
The Indications are for showers ln this dis
trict Saturday. It will be still cooler ln South
The river at Portland at 0 P. M. reached a
stage of 15.5 feet, and It Is now rising very
slowly. It will go to 16 feet by Saturday morn
ing, and probably reach 17 feet Sunday, when
It will remain nearly stationary for 48 hours
and then fall for a few days.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, April 16:
Portland and vicinity Showers; winds mostly
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Showers; winds meetly southerly
Eastern Oregon Showers.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Showers; warmer north portion.
Southern Idaho Showers and cooler.
BONDS, WAERANTS, STOCKS
And mortgagee bought and sold. J. W Cru
then & Co . Chamber of Commerce.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
One-half interest ln a 30-room hotel with
o. good bar; house fulL W. H. Lehman, 27
MORTGAGE L0 AffS
On Improved city and farm property.
R. LIVINGSTONE. 224 Stark st.
On improved city and farm property. Build
ing loans. Installment loans. WM, AIAC
aTASTSR, 311 Worcester block.
C . Cst1s . uA Treat.
oscasIkbeksox, UmttT -
Frat aad Marrfsaa Streets
PORTLAND - OREQON
TREE 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rates European plan. BOe, 7Se, SLCta. $"-M,
E2.M jhmt day. Saa--1 room Is coasactlo.
You Can Not
Tell when decay has commenced on your teeth.
Cavities may be out of eight and require strict
search for us to detect them, but they are
none the less dangerous on that account. You
should have a careful examination of your
teeth made by a competent dentist at least
once ln six months, and, cavities should be
filled as eoon as discovered.
EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT'S
842 Washington Street,
Office hours. 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Phone Main 2119.
Branch Office, S tension Building.
CLASSIFIED KD. BATES.
Rooms, "Rooms and Board, "House
keeping Rooms," "Situation Wanted." 15
words ct less, 15 cents: 16 to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dip
count for additional lnsertloss.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except
"New Today." 80 cents for 15 words or lees;
10 to 90 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. 50
cents, etc. flirt insertion. Each addltlo&al
insertion, one-half; no further rtlncount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agatt).
15 cents per line, first Insertion; 10 oeata pn
line for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad.
dreseea care The Oregonlan, and left at this
office, ehould always be Inclosed In sealed en
Ttlopea. No stamp is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors la advertlsemests taken through the
ALBINA LODGE, NO. 101, A F.
&. A M. Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock.
M. M. degree will be conferred by
past masters. All M. M. cordlallr
Invited. By order W- M.
A J. HAND-LAN, Secretary.
AL KADER TEMPLE, A.
A. O. N. M. S. NOBLES.
Meeting this Saturday even
ing ln Command ery HalL
Masonic Temple, at 8
o'clock. Visiting nobles cor
dially Invited. By order of
the Jlustrlous potentate.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO. 18.
R. A M. Special convocation this
(Saturday) evening, April 16. 1904, at
8 o'clock. Masonic Hall, Burkhard
building. Royal Areh Arm- vu
lng companions welcome. By order E. H. P.
t E. E. SHARON, Secretary.
CAMELIA CHAPTER. NO. 27, O.
E. S. A stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock ln
Hill's HalL By order W. M.
ESTHER KANE. Secretary.
TRYON In this city. April 15. 1004. at his
late residence, 372 6th St., Erra Tryon, aged
69 years. Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices, which will be held at Flnleys Chapel.
Sunday. April 17. at 2 P. M. Services at the
KING At North Pacific Sanatorium, William
King, of 774 S. 3d St., 81 years of ace. Fu
neral to be Sunday, 2 P. M., from Holman
undertaking parlors. Friends Invited.
EDWARD HOLMAX CO.. tTaderrakers and
esbalmer. have snove to their sew bolld-
Leg. Third aad iwOaMW. Ladjr
Telephone No. 297.
J. P. JTNLKY SON. Pmseral Dtrectars,
cor. sd and MadUan. OSes of Coasty Cor-
Itdy assistant. Telephone No. ft.
P. B. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 22.
BROS., FINE PLOWEKd,
WANTED HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS ON THE
West Side, south of Morrison, for & fam
ily of adults, permanent tenants: rent de
patrroent. Title Guarantee &. Trust Co.,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
SO.000 FEET OF BEST-LOCATED WARX
bouce ground site. West Side; sidetrack.
Particulars. L, E. Thompson it Co., 220
INVESTMENT WEST SIDE FLA.T3, IN
come ? 1000 yearly; price $5500. L. B,
ThcmpMR 4c Oft 236 8d at, ,
THE BAKER &siEK'
Phone Main 1807.
Tonight, all week, matinee Saturday, the
new Nelll-Morosco Company, in Bronson How
A brilliant satire on London society.
Evening prices, 60c, SSc, 23c, 15c
Matinee, 25c, 15c, 10c.
Next week beginning Sunday Mati
nee, April 17, 1904
The New Nell-Marasco Camp-say
THE COWBOY aad THE LADY
A typical play of Western life by Clyde Fitch.
CORDRAY &. RUSSELL. MANAGERS.
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK,
OLYMPIA COMIC OPERA COMPANY
"The Twe Vagabonds
Next week, two operas.
Commencing Sunday matinee,
QLTMPU CQMt'C OPERA COMKT
Starting Thursday evening,
" Fra Dlavolo "
Price as usual. Phone Main 992.
EMPIRE THEATER ,.
Twelfth and Morrison streets.
Six Nights, Beginning Tuesday, April 19,
Marvelous! mysterious I the talk of the conntryl
Popular prices, 25c and 35c.
Matinees for ladles only Thursday and Satur
day. All scats, 25c
FREE On Tuesday evening, one lady will be
admitted free on every paid ticket.
Seventh and Washington.
2:S0 to 4:30. 7:80 to 10:M.
Sunday, continuous from 2 to 10:3a
Tor Ladles Gentlemen and Children.
Admission. 10 cents to any seat.
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFICE
FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER
CHECKS. AND MAY BE HAD BY PRE
SENTING YOUR CHECKS AT THE OR
A 19, 52, 56, 57.
Bl. 20. 29, 40, 49, 55, 56, 57.
C 49, 50 52, 55, 7L '
E 18, 50.
F 43, 47, 46, 51, 55.
G 52, 55, 56, 58.
If SD, 50, 57, CO, 69. 72.
J -35, 49, 56. 58, 57. "-
K 54, 55.
L 19, 58.
M 34, 49, 54, 5L
N 51, 56, 67.
O 35, 56, 67, 58.
Q 17, 51.
B 10, 45, 46, 48.
S 50, 55.
V 16, 52.
W 32, 45, 49, 52, 55, 56, 57.
Y 5L 56.
FOR SALE BY THE
Title Guarantees Trust Co.
$Aftn Lot 50x100 .feet, N. E. cor. E. 8th
JUU and Tllamook sts.
C inn ft Cottage of 5 rooms and lot 41x109
tpxvvv cor. commercial street and Coolc
ave rents for S12 a month.
12K0 Cottage 5 rooms and bath, with 2
3Auu a!,.,, lots QQxUQ on Portsmouth
ave., near car line; terms $500
cash, balance on time.
C"IQ"n University Park, two lota and
pj.uuv- n0us8 of 8 rooms, near car line.
Furniture for sale.
SMKftft Eugene street, between Rodney
ouuu and Union aves.. 50x150 feet and
a modern residence of 6 rooms;
bath, gas, etc., streets fully Im
proved. Cl7nn Cottage of 7 rooms and two lots
h1(UU 100x100 feet, city water: terms !500
cash, balance to suit.
1 1 nO E- ISth street, bet. E. Morrison and
Vixvvj E Alder streets. lot 60x100 feet,
2ri0n E- Salmon, bet. E 35th and E. 30th
?uuu street8 soxlOO feet and new house
0 rooms, bath, etc.
2fi0n E. 37th and E. Yamhill sts., lot
nWjjj jjj, house of 0 rooms, bath and
basement; terms $600 cash balance
C9inn Broadway and E. First st,, house
wu of 7 rooms; bath, furnace, eta,
and fractional lot.
99KO 100x100 feet, E. 18th and E. Mor--p40U
Q97r0 19th Bnd Weldler sts, 100x106
v'"'w feet and house of 7 rooms, barn
and nice yard.
39rift Sunnyslde, cor. E. 34th and E. Mor"
vu" rlson sts., 100x100 feet and house
of 11 rooms, with bath, large attic
and brick basement.
BARGAINS ln houses and lots ln all parts
of the city. Call and let us know Just what
Title Guarantee &
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce
Ground Floor Fourth-Street Side
A FEW SETS OF
WILL BE SOLD
AT HEAVY DISCOUNT
The Famous Library Edition
Apply Room 200
Cheapest Because Choicest
Secure a home before prices ad
vance. Will build you a home on
the best lots In IRVINGTON, cob
venlent to both car lines, and fur
alsh the money.
O. M. SMITH
714 Chamber cf Commerce.
Second-hand Hoe Shaving Machine
'hand power) for matter 19x26. In
quire of A. W. Cochran, with Ore
gonian Publishing Co.
HADDOCK & MYERS
Ornamental ehrubbery a specialty. Lawns
mowed on short notice. "Witch Eazal block,
cor. Front and Madison. Phone Main 1628.
Evening Phone Hood 1801. Portland, Or.
Best half block on N. ISth switch for sale;
also single lot and quarter: see me at once and
get what you want.
&. M, WILBUR, 806 afcK&x kl&
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED:
first-class work by practical Jewelers; old.
gold bought or taken ln exchange. Tlngry
the Jeweler, N. E. cor. 3d and Washington,
upstairs, over N. P. Express Co.
New Houses Cheap
Choice of 3 modem houses, 2 Just completed,
each C rooms, bath, full brick basement, laun
dry trays, all complete with full lot, East
Side, close In, for $2300, payable la Install
ments, with 0 per cent Interest.
R. B. LAMSON
728 Chamber of Commerce.
FOB SALE SEAL ESTATE.
ri850-S-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE IN SUN
nyslde; a bargain.
f2300 Buys new 7-room, modern house:
bath, toilet, concrete basement, full else of
house, nne corner lot, 50x100, In Upoer Al
blna. $2300; easy terms.
S1650 New 5-room modern cottage, near
car barns, on E. Ankeny.
$2100 New 7-room modern houee, lot 60x
100, In Williams-Avenue Addition.
$1600 5-room modern cottago ln Central
S1250-5-room cottage, bath, etc; 100x100;
barn: good car service.
$1000 New e-room house, bath, etc largo
lot, on E. Ankeny line.
$S50-3-room house on E. 7th.
LANCASTER REALTY CO.. 321 Morrison st.
Phone Main 3921.
THE BEST LITTLE PLACE IN YAMHILL
County, 55 acres, well Improved, 8 miles
from McMlnnllie, $3700. 143 acres, 0
mites from McMlnnvllIe, 70 acres ln culti
vation, $30 per acre. 60 acres, 1 mile from
McMlnnvllIe. $3500. 80-acre tract of fine
land. 1 mile from McMlnnvllIe, will be sold
ln any sized tract desired. Address OdeU
& Klngery, McMlnnvllIe, Or.
FOR SALE CHEAP EASY TERMS; 655
acres, Yamhill County; over 200 ln culti
vation; 60 nne bottom land, close to school
and postofUce and 0 miles gravel road to
railroad town; might exchange for Port
land realty. Vanduyn & "Walton. 270 "Wash
FOR SALE, CHEAP 320 ACRES OF LAND.
70 acres In cultivation; new 6-room house,
large barn, choice fruit, running water, 2
wells, all under fence, unlimited out-range;
great bargain. Address 1673 First st,
A BARGATN FROM TO 10-ACRE TRACTS.
"Why buy one lot when you can get 4 lots for
same money right In center of town; terms,
15 per cent down, balance on installments.
"William Shlndlcr, Mllwaukle. Or.
FOR SALE. CHEAP 2 LOTS. PIEDMONT.
cor. Garfield ave and Colfax, one block
from car; one corner lot, Gantenbein ave.
Skldmore st,, Alblna. E. Erlckson, 2113
7th ave., Seattle, "Wash,
FOR SALE NEWLY COMPLETED SIX
room house, near Exposition Grounds; cash
or Installments; buy direct; save agent's
commission. Owner, Q 56, Oregonlan.
$450 CHOICEST CORNER FRONTING PORT,
land Boulevard, 100x125, adjoins Piedmont,
east and south face, hlsh, cleared. G. H. Van
Houten, 303 Chamber of Commerce.
OWNER HAS FOxt SALE A NEW 7-ROOM
house, near Portland Academy; any one de
drlng such a property would do well to com.
munlcate with L 49, Oregonlan.
TWO CHOICE LOTS E BEST RESIDENCE
parts of Portland, Weat Side: one south of
P. O. and one in North Portland. Henkle &
Baker, 217 Ablngton bldg.
A BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT ONCE NEW 7
room modern house, full basement, full lot,
near two car lines; easy terms. H. E. Stem
ler. 122 Third st.
FOR SALE CORNER 100 FEET SQUARE.
Division and 39th sts.; other lots for sale
from $150 up. 50x100. 1209 Division st.
Phone Union 17S.
WELL" IMPROVED STOCK FARM. 320
acres, buildings new, living water, unlim
ited out range: a snap If taken at once. 1674
1st st., room 10.
$ COO ATTRACTIVE CORNER LOT ON
Broadway; fine condition to build on; Im
proved street. Miller, 303 Chamber of Com.
$7500 Sightly 2-acre tract on Broadway st,
with bouse; fruit ln abundance: streets Im
proved. Miller, 303 Chamber of Commerce.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents, Or. Take Mt, Scott car; 5c.
TEN ACRES NEAR ALBANY WILL SELL
for $350 or exchange for city lots, dia
mond or new furniture. C 68, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE CHEAP-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE.
100x175 feet lot; choice fruit and berrlos.
Q 21. Oregonlan. Montavllla Postofflce.
FOR CASH YOU CAN BUY A CHOICE
corner lot way below the market price; par
ticulars from owner. H 30. Oregonlan.
$1000 FINE CORNER LOT SE. CORNER
Hood and Grover; 100 feet on Hood and
50 on Grover; owner, 211 Glbbs st.
NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. PRICE
$1200; one-third down, balance Installments.
Apply 871 B. 11th Bt-, North.
FOR SALE 5-ROOM HOUSE AND 2 LOTS
at Glencoe station, Mount Tabor. J. H.
Bradley, Phone Scott 2S04.
FOR SALE VERY DESIRABLE LOT FOR
residence, 50x100. on E. Davis; near 15th at,
E. Learn, 569 E. Pine.
THREE 6-ROOM HOUSES, CLOSE IN,
renting $70 month, $7500; terms; owner.
Apply Osborn Hotel.
RARE BARGAIN $2000 BUYS 255 ACRES
near Brownsville. B. S. Cook, 251 Alder
HOMES ON INSTALLMENT PLAN; PLANS
and estimate free. J. O. Wrenn, room 100,
CHOICE BUILDING LOT. 50x100. Thirteenth
st.. between Main and Jefferson. Owner,
NEW 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSEL NEAR
steel bridge; $3000; terms, 612 Commercial
FOR SALE NEW, MODERN 6-ROOM COT
tage. For particulars addren L. B. 305, city.
BUILD TOUBSELF A HOME. PAY ME
back by installments. Apply 405 Marquam.
2 HOUSES AND 4 LOTS AT MOUNT TABOR
close to car; part grade. C W Davis.
BARGAIN FINE LOT ON 18TH ST.. CE
ment walk; $1600. 2fi0 North 19th.
FOR SALE FARMS.
27,000 ACRES OF IRRIGATED LAND,
free from the state to settlers, who will
pay from $5 to $15 per acre to the Co
lumbia Southern Irrigation Company for
perpetual water right; for Information call
or address B. B. Cook. 251 Alder st,, Port
FOR SALE 10 ACRES OF LAND. 8 MILES
from Portland, 1 mile from Tlgardvllle; good
block soil, plenty of water, 8 good buildings,
on the main road, 1 acre orchard, all fenced,
8 acres clear; price $1600. Inquire at once,
301 21st N., Portland. Or.
FOR SALE AT A RARE BARGAIN. IF
taken Boon, 160 acres of the best land ln
Yamhill County; fair buildings, with water
piped to house and barn; good fences; don't
miss this chance, but call on J. E. Melllnger,
FARM LANDS WE ARE. HEADQUAR
ters for Eastern Oregon wheat lands and
have a large list of Willamette Valley
farms. See us before you buy. Mc
Arthur & Mahoney, 410 Macleay bldg.
FOR SALE 80 ACRES TIMBER LAND
near Cottage Grove., Or.; large log house,
living water, good grass land when wood
is off; $600 cash. II. K. Joyce. Saginaw,
Or., or 740 E. 21st St., Portland.
FARM. 365 ACRES. 170 CLEAR. 7 ACRES
orchard, all fenced, house and barn; good
sprine; school and church on place; plank
road; 7 miles from Oregon City; wlU sell all
or ln part. Apply 4234 lt st.
FOR SALE GOOD DAIRf AND STOCK
farm, 370 acres, one mile from Astoria;
small house and orchard; green grass all
year. W. G. HowelL 633 Chamber of Com
merce. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For particulars
apply to Wm, MacMaster. 311 Worcester
$10 TO $20 MONTHLY BUYS 10 TO 100
acre farms near Portland with Immediate
possession; en railway and car lines. Ore
gon Iron & StacI Co. 339 Sherlock bldg.
800 ACRES VALLEY LAND IN SOUTHERN
Oregon: 650 open. 500 tillable. 200 river
bottom; well fenced and watered; good
buildings. Address X 53, Oregonlan.
Exceptionally nne. level farm. 55 acres, culti
vated: 8 miles east on car-line; modern Im
provements; 700 Winter apples. 227 Front st.
RARE OPPORTUNITY ISO ACRES Co
lumbia Southern Irrigation Company land
at big reduction. V 58, Oregonlan.
10 ACRES, ALL CULTIVATED, NEAR
cars; house, fruit; $2S00. John Oat-nan,
owner. 832 Sherlock bide.
1'OK SALE FARMS.
860 ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS LAND 1U
miles from Condon, the county sea: of Gil
liam County: 760 acres of plow land, all
under ffnee; 260 acres of fine standing
wheat; 300 acres ln cultivation; 2 gras
erles; good orchard; barn for IS head of
horses and 2 large corrals; plenty of water.
Owner wants to retire and will sell for
$13.50 per acre. Lancaster Realty Co.. 321
Morrison st. Phono Main 392L
8i ACRES ONE MILE FROM CANBY, A
R. R. station; one and a half miles from
tho "Willamette River; R. R. fare to Port
land 55 cents; 32 acres cleared and ln
good cultivation; 2 acres ln beautiful
grove, on main traveled road; excellent
roads year round; 10 acres ln prunes; good
prune drer, good well; a dwelling. Price
$3400. Call on John D. Stalnaker, agent,
80-acre farm, near Scappoose, 20 miles
from Portland, 14 miles from boat land
ing and railroad station; nne land, espe
cially adapted to fruit; 12 acres cleared,
good house and barn; cordwood enough to
pay for It. Price $2000; easy payments. El
lis &. Holaday. room 21, 264 Morrison, 165
80 ACRES NEAR NORTH YAMHILL, 20
acres fenced, 7 acres culUvated; 4-room
houee, rustlo outside, barn, orchard, water
conducted to house from spring; cheap at
$850. Henkle & Baker. 217 Ablngton bldg.
FOR RENT FARMS.
"WILL LEASE 74 ACRES LEVEL LAND ON
carllne near city, for a term of years for
clearing, fencing, etc. See owner between
2 and 4 P. M.. 544 Overton, cor 16th.
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP IN TRACTS
from 40 acres upwards; also recertified sol
diers' additional Porterneld-Valentlne land
warrants and other kinds of land scrip. M&
glnnls & Son, 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR SALE IN
any eize tracts, ready for Immediate use; this
scrip will take agricultural, grazing or tim
ber land. H. B. Compson, 613 Marquam bldg.
WANTED A LARGE TRACT OF COTTON-
wood timber; must be close to good logging
stream, giving access to railroad. Address,
with full particulars, S 1. Oregonlan.
644 ACRES OF TIMBER IN COWLITZ
County. Wash., for sale at a bargain If
taken soon. D. W. Faulkner, Anita, la.
TIMBER INVESTMENTS I HAVE FOR
sale several large and small tracts of tim
ber. A. E. Mathews. 418 Oregonlan bldg.
6 TIMBER CLAIMS, CRUISING 6,000.000
to the quarter section; come at once. B.
J. Sanford & Co., Ablngton bldg.
SCRIP WRITE MB FOR LOWEST
prices. L. W. Whiting. 408 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
BRING US YOUR WEST SIDE PROPERTY;
we have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co.. 408
I WANT TO BUY A FrVE-ROOM HOUSE
ln South Portland; spot cash, B 49, Ore
gonlan. TO EXCHANGE.
WILL EXCHANGE NEWLY COMPLETED
6-room modern house. 23d St.. near Exposi
tion Grounds, for unimproved West Side lots.
Address Owner. R 66, Oregonlan.
FARM TO TRADE FOR HOUSE AND LOT
or rooming-house. Columbia Real Estate &
Trust Co., 2314 Morrison st. V
THRIVING. HONEST. LEGITIMATE. GOOD
paylng business ln Portland to exchange for
farm. D 59, Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles, Etc
1 CHESTNUT SORREL HORSE 7 YEARS
old, weighs 1250 pounds; broke single or
double; price $125.
One black mare. 8 years old, weighs 1400
pounds; price $125.
One black horse, 8 years old, weighs 1400
pounds; single or double; price $125. C E.
Hansen, 133 E. 29th. Phone Union 4266.
TEN HEAD OF DRrVINO, DRAFT AND
delivery horses, all well broken; also
wagons, buggies, harness of all kinds;
telephone Main 1125. Bed Front Stables.
15th st., just off Washington.
GOOD DELrVBRY AND HACK HORSES,
city broke, weight 1000 to 1100 pounds; $50
to $100; also 1 small .delivery wagon and 1
double wagon with top. Phone Main 805.
FOR SALE LADY'S RAMBLER WHEEL,
only $12; Uttle used. Shoe store, 270
FOR SALE CHEAP 7-YEAR-OLD HORSE.
1100 lbs. 19 Mlsner st., Montavllla. Phone
BTHAM WOOD-SAW; ALSO CHILD'S
hearse; Shetland pony and buggy. 211 Wash.
WANTED GOOD DELIVERY
about 1100. Phone Main 764.
livery. 315 3d st.
FOR GROCERY DE-
FINE ALMOST NEW $375 UPRIGHT Pi
ano for sale cheap: excellent reason, for
selling; no fake. T 0L Oregonlan.
AN UPRIGHT HARDMAN PIANO IN GOOD
condition; will sell for $200; party going
East. 528 Market st.
GOOD TREES FOR SALE CHEAP; THE
owner being compelled to remove them from
leased ground; apples, pears, prunes and
cherry trees; prices given on application.
Address Mount Tabor Nureerles, Mount Ta
DOT'S YOTTR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with E'ascrlte; It rolls, easy to lay;
needs no painting or coating; good over old
Iron, tin or ehlnglea; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roofing Co., 10 Worcester bldg.
STANDARD TYPEWRITERS FROM $23:
aU makes rented and repaired. Rubber
tamps, notary seals, etc. Cunningham's.
231 Stark. TeL 1407.
FOR SALE RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
house; fine location and business; lease. 31
N. 2d st., cor. Davis.
FRESH JERSEY COW. WITH CALF FOR
sale. George Bamford, 44th and Base Line
road. Mount Tabor.
BRAND-NEW CASH REGISTER, TOTAL
adder; half price; 5 new whisky barrels. 113
FOR SALE-FINE SINGER SEWING MA
chlne; cheap If taken at once. Phone Front
FOR SALE-SECOND HAND DD3B0LD
safe, cheap. S 63, care Oregonlan.
SAFE. TYPEWRITER AND NEW PIANO AT
sacrifice. E 55, care Oregonlan.
SAFE USED FIVE WEEKS,
D 55, OREGO-
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
solicit outside furniture business; wages $23
per week. Address, elating experience, T
67, care Oregonlan.
WANTED A GOOD SALESMAN TO HAN
dle school supplies; good proposition to right
party. Address The Whlttaker & Ray Co.,
$23 TO $65 PER WEEK WORKING UNION
Mutual Aid Association sick and accident
benefits: $1 per month. 401 Marquam bldg..
WANTED AN ENERGETIC. THOROUGHLY
experienced oil salesman, for territory in
Eastern Oregon. Address Y 55, care Ore
gonlan. COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS GOOD STAPLE
side line for Oregon and Washington. Give
territory covered. Address B 1, Oregonlan.
WANTED PLANING AND SAWMILL
hands, loggers, etc; plenty work. Lumber
men's Labor Bureau, 2054 Morrison st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN
who Is registered ln the State of Washington.
Wm. Preston, box 3S4, Seattle, Wash.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY FUR
nishes all kinds help; labor contract a spe
cialty. 69 N. 5th. Phone Clay 692.
WANTED SEVERAL MACHINISTS, WITH
railroad experience, for work In large lum
ber camp. J 58. Oregonlan.
WANTED HARDWOOD FINISHERS.
Portland showcase and fixtures manufac
turing Company, 348 First.
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR CIGAR AND
fruit store, one with soma experience pre
ferred. 3d and Gllsan.
WANTED VESTMAKERS AND HELPERS
on coats; further particulars address Louis
& Plless, Heppner, Or.
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; free tuition, Portland Barber
School. S2 N, ,
HELP WANTED MALE.
CAMP COOK. $75.
2 house carpenters, country. 3 rough car
penters, 4 carpenters' helpers, city, all 8
hour work; 2 cant hook men, $2.25, ranch
teamsters, farmhands,- milkers, cordwood
and bolt cutters. Others.
a R. HANSEN, Jr., 23 North 2d st.
CANADUN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, the
leading employment agency of the North
west. 249 Burnslde at. Phono Main 3074.
WANTED SALESMEN ACQUAINTED WITH
large manufacturers and street railway sys
tems ln Oregon and Washington. Nona but
those that have bad experience in handling
electric railway supplies need apply. State
reference. Address box 143, StaUon C, Cleve
WANTED OPENING FOR BRIGHT. GOOD.
appearing solicitor for established route; sal
ary and commission basis; high-class propo
sition, educational ln character. Address J.
P. Thompson, Supt,, 305 Larkln St., San
DNCLE SAM WANTS HELP; 14.000 Ap
pointments last year; free examination pa
per and catalogue giving positions and sal
aries. Dept, V, Western Correspondence
University, 925 Golden Gate ave., San Fran
cisco. ARE YOU COMPETENT1 WE HAVE Posi
tions for managers, salesmen, oSce men and
technical men paying $1000 to $5000 a year;
high grade exclusively; ask for booklet. Hap
good, suite K. 502 Pioneer bldg.. Seattle.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; class for ladles; write for particu
lars, and If in doubt make personal investi
gation. American Barber CoUege, 253 Ev
erett st., Portland.
HARNESS MAKERS, ATTENTION WE
want several good hamesamakers at once;
ateady employment and good wages to right
parties; come at once. Duncan & Sons, Seat,
WANTED, SALESMEN CONCRETE
building block machine; makes stono
cheaper than brick construction; experience
doslrable. Mackay, Chamber Commerce,
ACTIVE. EXPERIENCED GROCERYMAN
at once; must do well acquamtea witn cuy;
give age, residence, reference and wages ex
pested; young man preferred. W 67, Orego
nlan. SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NURSERY
stock; cash advanced weekly for expenses;
write Immediately for territory before it la
all assigned. Chlco Nursery Co., Chlco, Cal.
Men to learn barber trade; only requires
eight weeks; special offer; constant prac
tice, expert Instruction: catalogue free.
Moler System College. San Francisco. CaL
A DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT AND GBN
eral representative for Oregon; pleasant,
profitable engagement. Particulars, addret
Corresp. Instruction, G 56, Oregonlan.
A TRAVELING SALESMAN TO TAKE A
sample case of confectionery as a side line
in the Valley or Eastern Oregon; liberal com
mission. K 58. Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR TO
handle city trade, salary $12 week to start:
married man preferred; ateady work. Call
Sunday, 615 Sixth st.
IF INTERESTED Ktf SECURING GOOD IJFB
position. Government service, address H 50,
Oregonlan, for valuable Information; excel
lent opportunity now.
SIGN PAINTERS WANTED, FIRST-CLASS
commercial union men. The Curran Co.,
WANTED EXPERIENCED MACHINE
quartz miners for Southern Oregon. H 72.
WANTED BOY FOR WALLPAPER STORE;
state age and experience. Address W 66,
WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN TO SORT
and patch second-hand bags. O 53. Orego
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
good shop; terms reasonable. H 69, Orego
nlan. CARRIAGE PAINTERS WANTED: MUST BE
first-class, 164 Union ave.. A. P. Nelson.
ber; steady itork.
FOR HAULING LUM
Ionian. Poulsen & Co.
IF YOU ARE MAKING LESS THAN
per day address box 535, Boise. Idaho,
WANTED COLLECTOR. CALL 10 TO 12
Saturday at 310 Ablngton bldg.
COAT-MAKER WANTED DEIERLING
Padden, Vancouver, Wash.
700 MEN DAILY TO HAVE HAIR CUT,
15c. at 269 Burnslde at.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
NOTICE AN EXPERIENCED MATRON
from the East has recently taken charge
of tho office, which will be open every day
and evening, including Sunday. Canadian
Parlors, 2264 Morrison. Phone Main 1323.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A TRUST
worthy woman of middle age for general
housework; German preferred. Address Capt.
H. Schneider, Montavllla, end of the car
llne. Phone Union 24.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDSCHAM
berxnalds, cooks, waitresses, nurseglrls sec
ondglrls, housekeepers, housework, $15 to
$30. Canadian Parlors, 2264 Morrison.
Phone Main 1223.
THE MEIER & FRANK CO. WANT AN Ex
perienced sewer on curtains and draperies,
steady work for competent person. Apply
drapery department, 3d floor.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, SECOND
girl, nurse girl, waitresses, girls for gen
eral housework. Scandinavian-American.
226 3d. Main 1519.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
resses, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 2304 YamhllL Phone Black
FOR LADIES ONLY.
Portland Women's rcmployment Company.
216 Alisky, cor. 3d and Morrison. Red 3087.
WANTED 15 YOUNG LADIES WHO ARE
willing to work for $15 per week. Call aft
ernoon. Mrs. Waldo, 3S5 Yamhill.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work and assist ln cooking. Call morning
or evening. 171 17th st. North.
WANTED LADY, EXPERIENCED TENT
and awning sewing at Pacific Tent &
Awning Co., 27 N. First st.
WANTED-COOK. $30; CHAMBERMAID, $15;
nurse girl, $20; stenographer, $20. Mrs.
Jones. 103 4th st, Rrd 2006.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
sew and to care for children by the day.
Telephono Main 2741.
YOUNG LADY TO LEARN DRESSMAKING;
one who has had some experience preferred.
448 Taylor, near 12th.
WANTED COMPETENT GIBL FOR OEN
eral housework; good wages. Telephone morn
ings Main 1809.
JSIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK FAM
lly of three: washing sent out. Apply 11
East 17th st.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply this morning before noon.
291 7th st.
WANTED AN APPRENTICE GIRL TO
learn ladles tailoring. A. Llppman. 284
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 732 Flanders st,, between 22d
and 23d sts.-
WANTED-AN EXPERT CHOCOLATE DIP
per; good wages and steady work. L 68,
WANTED A COMPETENT GHtL FOR
general housework. Apply 363 10th st.
GIRL TO DO COOKING
housework, small family.
471 Main st.
WANTED YOUNG LADY FOR MASSAGE
and bathrooms. 2094 4th st.
GIRL'fOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; MUST
be good cook. 313 13th street.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO TRAVEL
for wholesale house; salary $15 to $18 per
week; traveling expenses advanced. Call
Gllman Hotel. 1st and Alder, parlor room
6. 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
WANTED A NUMBER OF TEACHERS AND
college students on three months' contract;
$45 per month; oalary guaranteed. B 58.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED CLERKS,
one man, one girl, at once. Apply o. M.
WANTED AT ONCE CASH GIRLS AND
boys. Roberts Bros.
WANTED CASH BOYS AND GIRLS,
ply Roberts Bros,
SELF WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED SCHOOL TEACHER FOR Dis
trict No. 11, Wahkiakum Co., Washington.
Teachers to write for particulars to J.
B. McDonald. District Clerk District No.
1L Skamokawa, Wahkiakum Co., Wash.
BOARDING. HOTEL, RESTAURANT WAIT
resses, chambermaid, dishwasher, domestics;
menTboys, factory, yard, mill. Drake, 205Vi
SITUATIONS WANTED HALS.
WANT EVERY ONE TO KNOW THAT WB
make housecleanlng, sewing and making
over old carpets, lay carpets, rugs, clean
carpets on tho floor, clean windows, paint
floors, polish floors and polish furniture,
etc. making it look fresh and new; a
specialty. William White, 38G Everett at.,
phone Clay 19S0-
BARTENDER YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
appearance, trustworthy and reliable;
work to employer's business Interests. Ad
dress H.' R.. 6574 First st., Portland, Or.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS SINGLE MAN DE
slrea inside work of some kind; good penman;
-ome acquaintance with office work; best of
references. Address C 71. Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION AS FOREMAN ON
stock or grain ranch; can furnish best of
references. Address J. H. N., 8244
YOUNG MAN, 28. WOULD LIKE TO BE
come Identified with some real estate com
pany ln this section; salary no Item. H 57,
WANTED POSITION DOING OFFICE
work by first-class man; best of references.
R 58, Oregonlan.
T. S. HASHIMOTO, JAPANESE EMPLOY
ment office and contract, 45 1st st.: shone
SITUATIONS TTANTED FTTAT.ie
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
WANTED POSITIONS FOR STENOGRAPH
ere, bookkeepers, clerks, chambermaids, wait
resses, cooks, daywork and housework girls.
.K..O. VUU. AiV lUi ot. liCU -UUT.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER. CA
pable of keeping small set of books, de
sires position; beat of city references W
YOUNG LADY BOOKKEEPER AND STEN
cgrapher. experienced, best of references,
wishes position. Address E 5", Oregonlan.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG WIDOW. WITH
girl. 7, desires situation as housekeeper for
widower's family; object good home. 23014
Yamhill. Phone Black 2851.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES
situation as housekeeper for widower's fam
ily. 2304 YamhllL Phone Black 2SS1.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTS POSITION IN
town. Phone 1519. Call 226 3d.
DRESSMAKING SHIRTWAIST SUITS AND
children's sewing. 82S 14th. Phone Front
REFINED. TRUSTWORTHY YOUNG WOM
an seeks engagements to care for children
afternoons or evenings; prices reasonable;
references. A 18, Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PIANIST WANT3
position, day or night; good sight reader.
Address G 16, Oregonlan.
A LADY WILL GIVE LIGHT SERVICES IN
a family for a home; responsible; references.
M 58, Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY WITH EXPERIENCE
wants work in book bindery. X 57, Ore
gonlan. A GOOD. RESPONSIBLE LADY WANTS
care of a roomlng-houee. Call at 295 3d 3t.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS
nurse glrL Phono Red 30S7.
COMPETENT AGENTS TO SELL THE
new combination life, accident and health
policies. Issued exclusively by the Con
servative Life Insurance Company. Holds '
the world's record; 34 years old. Insur
ance ln force $25,000,000. Assets $1,500,000.
Now writing $1,500,000 of insurance per
month in California. Liberal renewal
agency contract, direct with home office.
Representatives making big money an 1
building life Income. Call or address tho
company, Goodnough bldg., Portland.
AGENTS WANTED TO REPRESENT THE
largest nursery on the Pacific Coast. We
carry all latest and best specialties and
full line of nursery stock, complete out
fit for canvassing furnished free; one-half
commission advanced weekly; mention tei
rltory preferred; give references with ap
plication. Address Washington Nursery
Company. Toppenlsh, Wash.
WANTED CIRCULAK DISTRIBUTERS.
Cash paid. Send stamp. American Dls
trlbuter. Denver. Colo.
Wanted 2 hustlers for new, winning photo
graph ticket. Rembrandt Studio, Ablngton bg.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, MAY 1 BY GOOD. PERMANENT
tenant, house 7 to 10 rooms; close In and
reasonable. E 58. Oregonlan.
WANTED 2 OR S ACRES. HOUSE. ETC..
to rent; must be reasonable. Address T
58, care Oregonlan.
WANTED 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
close ln. by young couple. Address M. Phil
lips. 246 1st street,
WANTED TO RENT. MAY 1. SUBURBAN
home, with small piece of ground. F 63.
WANTED TO BUY OR RENT INVA'LID'S
wheel chair. Shoo Store, 270 Washington
I . .
WANTED SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS. 3
yeara' time, 7 per cent; first mortgage resi
dence property; no agents. Address H 68,
WANTED HORSE OF ABOUT 1100 POUNDS;
must be sound and reasonable; suitable for
express wagon. Call or address 879 E. Mor
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes: highest price paid. The "Fair
Deal," 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED TO PURCHASE SEVERAL
heavy draft horses. Call Monday. 313
WANTED SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
late model and good condition. D 58, Ore
gonlan. WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tla of all kinds. Phona Scott 6313.
WANTED A GOOD DRIVING HORSE,
broke to ride. Phone Main 1217.
WANT TO BUY A GOOD STEAM WOOD
saw. 395 E. 11th, cor. E. Lincoln.
HOTEL SCOTT YOU CAN RENT ROOMS IN
this elegant new hotel for less than you pay
in the common rooming-houses; new. clean
furnishings, steam heat, electric lights, al
ways hot water, porcelain baths, annunciator
service, fine restaurant, central location.
Poetofflce block. 7th and Ankeny; rooms
either single or en suite; finest coach ln Port
land free to and from all trains. Phone Main
THE AUDITORIUM JUST OPENED. 20S14
3d st., ono block from Baker Theater, be
tween Taylor and Salmon; elegant newly fur.
nlshed rooms, hot and cold running water;
ottam heat, electric light, porcelain baths;
rooms with private baths; elevator; moderate
rates. C Heinz, proprietor, formerly pro
prietor of the Palmer House and Vendome.
THE AVALON, 4134 WASHINGTON ST.,
four blocks west of the Imperial Hotel; new
ly furnished rooms, single or en suite, hot.
and cold water, steam heat, electric light,
bath and all modern conveniences.
THE LINCOLN JUST OPENED. CORNER
11th aad Morrison sts.. Is the best-furnlahed
apartment-house ln the city; hot and cold
running water, steam heat, electric light and
baths. Phone Main 251.
THE NEWLAND. 3064 1ST UNDER NEW
management; elegantly furnished rooms by
day, week or month, at your own price; elec
tric light, gas and bath. Phone Clay 271.
THE KINGSTON. ADJOINING BAKER THE
ater, 1004 3d Nicely furnished rooms, all
newly remodeled; new management. Phona
Hood 657. Modern conveniences.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM. MEN ONLY;
hot and cold water; gas and steam heat. 163
17th, cor. Morrison. Phone Main 3199.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 023
Clay at, - , i