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THE MOBNESG OREGONIAN, WED2TESDAX, SOYEMBEK 2, 190f.
Man Floods Second - Hand
Stores With New Shoes.
HE REFUSES TO EXPLAIN
Police Believe That Burglars in Other
Cities Have Been Shipping Their
Plunder to Prisoner to Dis
pose of Here.
A -wholesale system of robbery, with
Portland as the distributive point, has
been partially unearthed by Detective
Hartman. and resulted yesterday morning
In the arrest of a man named Bean, -who
gave his name to the police as K. L.
Bailey. A simple charge of vagrancy ivas
placed against him in order to give De
tective Hartman an opportunity to col
lect further evidence.
Bean was arrested at a- second-hand
store located at 46 North Third street, just
as-he finished selling to the dealer 30
pairs of new shoes. To another dealer
he sold three pairs, and he had two in
his room at the corner of Third and Ev
erett streets, when It was searched. Bean
was arrested at 9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, and up to a late hour last night had
absolutely refused to state where he got
the goods, the information he gave the
detective being only that he came to Port
land from Walla Walla,
Detective Hartman became aware a few
days ago that absolutely new goods In
large quantities were being sold to second-hand
dealers by some person. He
finally ascertained that the man selling
the goods was Bean, and that during the
past few days he had sold vast quantities
of shoes, underwear, handkerchiefs and
lace. It was also ascertained that he had
eold corsets, and when this became known
Detective Hartman became convinced
that a wholesale system of robbery was
going on in other cities and that the
goods were being brought to Portland to
Bean was watched for some time, and
vootPTRv mnmlne. after he had finished
selling the SO pairs of shoes. Detective
Hartman placed him under arrest no
ascertained where the man was rooming
and searched the room. He found In a
trunk and a grip the following articles,
oil axsnliitlv new and in original pack-
oires sis fhpv are received in stock at
stores: Three pairs of shoes, marked
Richardson Shoe company, factory ono.
f7 f22 naJrs had been sold before the
Rparched. all marked with the
same mark); four dozen ladles' linen
handkerchiefs, marked "imperial viuauty.
No. 142"; three dozen handkerchiefs
maricpd "Ladles'. Irish Manufacture, Jto,
72604." two-dozen marked "All Pure Lin
en, Made In Ireland. Soft Finish"; one
marked "No. 25G Irish. All Pure
Linen"; two dozen suits of men's under
wear, combination, manufactured Dy
-ifnntmmpn'. Ward & Co.. Chicago: two
two-Inch circle saws with teeth one-fourth
of an inch; one dozen Dr. Strong's corsets,
made In New York; one dozen metal
lamps, 12 inches high; one dozen shade
rimo tnr thpsA lamns. marked. No. 453,
Sun Duplex Illuminating Shade, Atwood
Manufacturing company, waterDury,
Rviflmra in in the hands of the detec
tive that Bean has sold within the last
few days at least twice the amount of
cnnria found in his room yesterday. The
detective is very desirous of discovering
where the goods nave oeen stoien. .Bean
oTxirOntoiw rofnsftst to talk of the matter.
his only remark being, "At least I didn't
steal them myself."
t o this wmark that leads the Police
Department to believe that Bean is but
a salesagent for a nana or Durgiars oper
ating in the smaller cities of Oregon and
Washington. This morning Bean's state
ment that he came from Walla Walla will
DISTRICT WELL BE LOSER.
Ninth Grade In Country School Voted
Down Gresham's Election Near.
GKESHAM, Or., Nov. L (Special.)
School district No. 10, two miles east of
here, held a special meeting a few days
ago for the purpose of considering the es
tablishment of a ninth, grade. By a close
vote 19 to 24 the proposition was voted
down. There are nine pupils in the dis
trict who have passed the eighth grade
and they will now attend the high school
here, drawing their tuition fee from their
home district. The loss of such a sum
will necessitate a shorter term of school
in No. 10, or a decrease in the teachers'
salaries. Two teachers are employed and
the school holds high rank.
Councilman John Conloy and City Mar
shal Emery have resigned. Mr. Conley's
place has been filled by the appointment
of D. C Ross. Marshal Emery's succes
sor has not been yet named. The annual
city election will be held the first Mon
day In December, when all the city ofn
cers will be elected for a full year; the
present officers only holding for the ne
cessary length of time to comply with
the requirements of the charter. There
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 1. Maximum tern
perature, 55 degrees; minimum, 47 degrees,
River reading at 11 A. M., 1 foot; change in
past 24 hours. 0.9 of a foot. Total precipi
tation, 5 P. M. to 5 P. M., .16 of an Inch; total
since September 1, 1004, 2.73 Inches; normal
since September 1, 1004, 5.93 Inches; deficiency.
3.23 Inches. Total sunshine Octdber 31, 1904
none; possible, 10:12. Barometer (reduced to
eea level) at 5 P. M.. 29.87.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
5S "3 "Wind. 2
52. tS go
STATIONS. 3 Ep o S S
o o o Z
Kamloops, B. C...
Red Bluff ........
Salt Lake CSty....
San Francisco ...
DO IV. W 1
,j&4 T O'E
Light. T trace.
Light to moderate rains hare fallen during
the last 24 hours generally in Western Tvasa
in Eton. Western Oregon and Northern Call,
fornla. and the weather is cloudy and threaten
ing in Eastern "Washington, Eastern Oregon
and Idaho. It is cooler In Northern California
and warmer In the Great Salt Lake Basin.
The Indications are for rain in this district
Wednesday with lower temperatures east of
the Cascade Mountains.
Forec&fts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending at midnight November 2:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain; -south
Oregon and Washington Rain ; cooler t
portion; southerly winds.
Idaho Rain, cooler.
. SSDWAXD A. -SEALS, Sictriet Forecaster.
nox. kxtboeast, rras.
$3 PER DAY
New KaOdlBg Elegaatly ynmisfaed.
C9SX ONX MILLION SOXXABS.
SEVENTH AND ANKENT ST3.
XOOMS 7So TO $2.09 PER DAT.
U. E POLET, Xaaager.
will be two tickets in the field but nom
inations have not yet been made.
n nr TTn.Jo nf IVTIohlrari. la looking
mro. Yia tfoM tx'itVi t rvf.stabllshlnc a
banking business here, and has given as
surances that he wiu estaoiisn one ii no
finds conditions favorable.
fVu rtimtv -fnlr onmmltipft aonointed
by the Granges will incorporate soon after
January 1, and get tne grounds reaoy a
Fairview in time for a county lair next
a T. tcvm has boucht a car load of
young steers from Yamhill County and
will feed them during the Winter on a
few hundred tons of surplus clover hay.
He nought tnem cneap ana wm realize
handsomely from the Investment.
If Babr Is Cutting Teeth.
Be sure and use that old and "well-tried remedy,
lira. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It aoothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea.
All forms of scrofula, salt rheum and
eczema are cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla,
tne blood puriner.
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NO. 1, K. T. Special conclave
will be held on Thursday, No
vember 3. at 12:45 P. 1L. for
the purpose of conducting the funeral serv
ices of the late Sir Knight John Dukehart.
The funeral will be held from the family
residence, corner of xamhiu ana Chapman
streets, at 1:30 P. M. AH sir knights are
commanded to assemble promptly In the
asylum at 12:45 P. M. By order of tho
W. S. JiACKuai, itecoraer.
iTAccAT.r T-nnnvi sn is, . O. O. P. urlll
pay a fraternal visit to Rlverview Lodge,
No. 179, I. O. U. it.. AiuwauKie, loraorrow
Tki.rDv .r.iilnc. Membern are rcouested
to take 7:40 car at 1st and Alder. Visitors
Invited. HENRY BROWN, Secretary.
c-t oner rPVi VnlcVif o nf "Pvthln Mftll.
ilarquam oiag., rnaay nit,uu. hmuuhuiu
Apply S. Raphael, secretary, 202 Alder st.
TnpTT.ivn rHiPTER NO. a.
R. A. M. Special convocation this
(Wednesday) evening at 7:30.
Work in Royal Arch degree. Vis
iting companions welcome, ay or
der of the E. H. P.
HENRY ROE, Secretary.
T-mrr rrr inncTr vn 14 r Q?1L Has
tn..iincF nlchta nfirl -trill iDMt everv
Friday evening, at S o'clock. In the Logus
Hall. Grand ave. ana naaomsiua. -"embers
are requested to attend. By order of
C OI Ii. 1UA. iii4is, jitwtucr.
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 40.
A. F. & A. M. Stated communlca
tlon this (Wednesday) evening at
7:30 o'clock. Burkhard bldg. Work
F. C. degree. Visitors welcome. By
order W. M. J. H. lucriaiuriD. sec
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening
at S o clock, initiation, visitors -welcome.
M. OSVOLD, Secretarj-.
A. O. H. DIV. NO. 1- Special meeting to-
E. H. DEERT. Pres.
lie J. Drlscoll. aged 43 'years, beloved wife
or Daniel unscoii. f uuenu sue piace
Thursday. November 3, at 2 P. II., from
ment Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Remains at
Dunning, Jtiacniee a uiiDuuga i .aapci,
Tth Vnrt Tlnn sts. Friends Invited.
t.Tni?n.e I , 11(1 AIMathi. nHAt am
November 1, 1001. Frederick Vlgtie An-
arews, agea oa years, o icon hie. j uajs.
Funeral Thursday. November 3, 1004, at 2
p. M from Holman's Chapel, corner 3d
and Salmon sta. Interment Rlverview Ceme
tery, services at tne grave pnvaxe.
DUKEHART Suddently. at 0:30 A. M.,
Tuesday. November 1. 1004. at his late res!
dance. 554 Yamhill st this city. John
Dukehart, aged 57 years, 10 months and
28 days. Funeral notice later.
SULLIVAN In this city, Nov. 1. 1B04. at his
late reeldence. 759 "Williams ave., Charles
A. Sullivan, aged 50 years. Funeral notice
later. Please omit rowers.
DUNNING, McENTEE ft GtLBAUGH.
successors to Dunning ft Campion, nnder
takers aad esabalmcrs. modern in every de
tail, 7ta ana xmc j. j.oo i mj
EDWARD HOLMAN CO Undertakers and
embalasers. have -moved to their new build
teg. Third and Salmon. Lady assistants
Telephone No. 507.,
J. V. FINLEY ft SON, FnBeral D4reeoea,
eer. UL aad KaAUea. OflSce of Cetj- Csr-
eer. Lady asilstimt. Talcshone jta. 8.
r. 8. DUNNING, Pndwteker, 414 Xast
A14c. Laai: Jt'w Sort M,
C W. Z2WUM, Mr.
$1.00, $1.5V$2.00pr Day
Bads to families
and slnxlo gcntlo
Bca. The man
agement trill be
El eased at all
times to s&ovr t
rooms and Kite
price. A moders
Tvldak bath es
tablish meat la
XL C. BOWERS.
Xlrst-Class Restaurant in CesnecUa&j
Bteam Heat, lectrte lights.
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Pork and Washington.
The Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
MB. AND MRS. JACK BURCII.
NEFF AND MILLER.
JUMPING DE ONZO.
I LARRY BOYD.
WILL C. MOYT.
Showing the great moving ptcturej "The
Great Bank Itobbety."
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:30 J.
M. General admission, 10c; reserved box
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
Phone Main SCS.
Tonight at 6:15 o'clock, last performance of
that funny comedian,
In the musical comedy, laughing success.
"THE OFFICE 30Y"
Prices Lower floor. $1.50. Balcony, XI,
Be, 50c. Entire gallery, 50c.
MAROUAM GRAND THEATER
w. x. fA.ULij, lies. xan.
Phone Main 8CS.
Thursday, Friday Night. Last Performance
George Ado's Comedy Drama.
"THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN.
Evenlnir Prices Entire lower floor. $1.50.
Balcony, first 0 rows. S1.00: first 3 of last
a rows. 75c: last 3 rows in Daicony. sue -n
tiro Gnllerv. 50c Boxes and locea. $10.00.
Matinee prices isntire lower noor,
Balcony, first 6 rows, 75c; last 6 rows, 50c
Gallery, 35c, Soc ''seats are now zeiung.
CORD RAY'S THEATER .
Hn.nini1'i niMl T4ornil.tr nlavhonse. One more
nicVit ipiik lnrllet' zwrlnl hftrrftln m&tlne
Wednesday, November 2, the greatest melo
drama ever written.
THE FATAL WEDDING "
Three nlehts. commencing Thursday even
ing, November 3, with Saturday matinee. An
entirely new company. Carter's great spec
"THE HEART OF CHICAGO
Another blc success! Elegant special scenery.
Wonderful mechanical devices. Mysterious
electrical effects. A vivid picture of the great
Ore. see tho marvelous approaching tram, jv
powerful company. Introducing a splendid line
cf hlith-class f&eclaltles!
Prices. 10c, 20c and 30c; special reserved seats
60c Matinee, 25 cento to any part ot tne
house: children (soeclal seats). 10c.
KEATCJG & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and YamhllL
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE EN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The Original Family VnudevlUe House.
' THE ALVINOS
CLIFFORD AND SMITH
SULLY AND PHELPS
Rhn 2?30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:30 P.
M. Admission, 10c, to any seat.
(Corner Alder and Seventh.)
2:30 to 4:30: 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
SI. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
any matinee, except Sundaya and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
SIXTH ST.. OPP. OREGONIAN.
This weeks programme.
MISS ETHEL FOSDICK
JEROME & LAM O NT
MISS PEARL GREYSON
NEW MOVING PICTURES.
All' far 10 Cents.
Afternoon, from 2:30 to 4:30: evenings.
from :su to ivzw.
NEW MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, ALL
Kinas OI iruil. lOl buhuu. m autui Kin,
third street, walk bunt on ioo-rt. side,
Good neighborhood, fine view. Ten-mln
ute car service.
A Genuine Bargain
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third St.
Portland's roost attractive Suburb.
We offer cheap lots and blocks. We wm
loan money to build, iou can pay in install
See the Owner.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
100 Third St.
BULL RUN WATER.
University Park now has the far-
famed Bull Bun water, has more fine
residences under construction than
any other suburb, has employment for
more men than any other suburb, has
better educational facilities than any
other part of Portland,-has a larger
payroll than any other suburb,-has the
highest degree, of morality in Port
land. It offers the beet opportunity on
earth to investors or homeeeekers.
Prices ef lots are advancing. Call
and see m atovt University Park.
PKAJCOIS L JC'XENNA,
Sootm 6064 Commercial Block.
IT IS OFTEN A
To deposit your money with a sound bank
ana leei tnat you neeo. give it no lurcner
attention for a term of years. To such
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IX
OREGON" OFFERS ITS
Certificates of Deposit, which run for five
years and bear Interest at the rate of 4
per cent per annum. We shall be pleased
to give further particulars upon applica
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BEN J. L COHEN-... President
H. L. PITTOCK .Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
O. G ULTRA Assistant Secretary
The next distribution of funds in
Series No. 1 will take place on the first
Saturday in November. Bach share
holder in good standing will partici
pate to the extent of one ticket for
each $5 paid by him. There are now
seven happy home-owners who got
their homes through this series, and
whose payments amount to no more
than half rent for such property. Re
member that the last to enter has the
same opportunity to get a home, in
proportion to the number of payments
made, as the first to enter, It will pay
you to investigate this.
FEANGIS L M'KENtfA' Agent,
Rooms-6tl 6v Commercial Block.
Columbia University is the . only
school of University grade in Port
land. It has plenty of capital back
of it to insure a great future. It will
not only be a pride of this great city
but will extend its influence all over
the whole Korthwest. Such institu
tions always attract a large cultured
population to their immediate sur
roundings, when located near a large
city. University Park, the seat of
Columbia University, is having a re
markable growth in new homes and
business. Now is the .time to get a
few lots while they are cheap and
keep them for your future home.
FRANCIS I. M'KENNA,
Room 606, Commercial Block.
EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL
University Park lies central to that
great manufacturing district extend
ing along the water front from the
Portland Flouring Mill to St. Johns.
xwo xnousana nanas wiu soon nave
employment within easy walking dis
tance from University Park. The bet
ter class engaged in this district are
striving to have their homes at Uni
versity Park because it is the desire of
every good man to have his home in
FRANCIS I. M'KENNA,
Sole Agent for University Park Lots,
Room 606, Commercial Slock.
Duplex Pump, second
hand, AI condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochran,
Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Keal Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
202-3 McKay Building. Third and Stark.
Warrants and stocks bought and sold. J. W.
Cruthers & Co.. Chamber of Commerce.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE 6 CONTRACTS. 160 ACRES
each, of the Columbia Southern Irrigation
Company. Deschutes, Crook County, Ore
gon. WIU trade or sell in amounts to suit.
W. H. Grlndstaq, 2id Stark st.
FARM FOR SALE CHEAP fTO ACRES. 7
acres cleared; house and Hirn; well and
springs; one acre mixed fnvs on county
road. 10 miles north cf city. T 17, care
CHOICE LOTS NEAR MT. SCOTT CAR
line, SS0 and $90 each, streets graded.
water mains laiu, sa aown. ana montniy.
Pacific Xand Investment Co.. room 7. 107
MODERN 10-ROOM - HOUSE. WITH HOT
water heating plant, within easy walking
distance and near two car lines. Apply at
premises. 304 Ross st.
FOR SALE VERY BEAUTIFUL AND
sltrhtly Portland residence lot. close in.
S700; terms on part. Address P. O. Box
1111, Spokane, wasn.
C-ROOM HOUSE. 2 LARGE LOTS, RENT
tin. f .).n.h linn- fnatotlmenf nav.
ments. H. Hatfield, Mulkey Blk., 2d and
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. w. Jf. electric line. o. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
$4000 NEW MODERN, S-ROOM HOUSE.
23d st.: nothing like It for the money:
move right in. W. H. Orlndstaff. 246 Stark.
FINE HOUSE, 10 ROOMS. NEAR LEWIS
ana (JiarK mrgruuuus. suiuwie iui uuuu
lng house, owner, ojs um si.
FOR SALE 600 ACRES STUMP LAND. 16
mues from .roruana. inquire s iu. JAor-
rlson et. C R. uans -uei lo.
FOR SALE A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
bath and gas; lot GSVixlOO. Inquire a
CSS Williams ave. r
if 1000 CORNER LOT, S. EL COR. HOOD AND
u rover sul, aw " w ot uur.
211 Glbbs st.
FOR 8 ALE 0-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN.
full lot; oargain. .kk uraou ava.
HOME CORNER LOT. 0 ROOMS. $575 CASH.
.Berry juezanaer, ma.
FOR SALE HOUSE AND- LOT AT 240 N
16th. Inquire of owner.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED A LARGE TRACT OF GOOD
land near railroad to divide up and sell to
a colony wanting small farms; must be
gooa lana ana cuny.
WANTED FOR CASH, A MODERN HOUSE
and lot on west aiae; siate particulars ana
lowest price. U w. care, uregoman.
FARM STOCKED TO RUN ON SHARES.
T 65, Oregonlan.
central. Appiy Wakeflcld, Frl-s & Co- 223
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE OR LEASE HOOD RIVER
farm. 60 acres. 30 acres In cultivation; fine
buildings, meadow, free Irrigating water,
well, creek, springs; four miles from Hood
River; telephone, rural delivery, on county
road. Price $10,000. For lease, subject
to sale. .
For" sale or lease Hood River farm. 60
acres, adjoining above farm; 7 acres In
cultivation; gooa buildings, meadow, well,
creek. Irrigating water. Price J3100: east
20 acres. f2200; west 40 acres 91100. On
county, roaa. tor saie suojeet to lease.
or saie a nne improved stocK ana fruit
farm near White Salmon. Wash.: ICO acres
under plow; SO acres slashed and burned;
10 acres suoirngated. ty pipes rrom springs
on place: CO gallons per minute pure snrlnic
water; line orchard, meadow, all under
fence; 140 Angora goats and other stock;
horses, all farm Implements nearly new;
household goods. Price $bOW.
For sale 20 acres one mils from .Hood
River, on east slope: free Irrigating water:
7 acres in cultivation; nne orchard bear
ing. For sale in lots or for lease. Inquire
of John Leaiana .Henderson, uood River,
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
125 acres, of which 76 or 0 acres Is under
plow, and rich Lewis River bottom land that
doesn't overnow, naiance gooa mil land: a
good 7-room house, two large barne, granary.
f nuthouse, woodeneu. chicken-house, etc.:
good bearing orchard; fences In good condi
tion; 15 cows, cream separator, mower, hay
rake, plow and other fanning Implements; on
level county roaa ana Lewis tuver, lft nines
from Kerns and 2Vi miles from Woodland.
Must sell at once. Price. $4500. with $1200
down. Imua & w inoughDy. Kaiama, wash.
GOODS DELIVERED AS ADVERTISED
JISOO Beautiful 13-acre tract, 9 miles east
ot Portland, Vt-mlle from car line; also oa
best road. 8 acres in cultivation, 4x or ooo
fine young apple trees, coming Into bearing;
good 5-room house.
S55 per acre, for 154 acres. 10 miles from
Portland; B0 acres In cultivation. 40 acres
slashed, gooa 10-acre orcnara, gooa house,
barns, running water.
Fine lot, 50x100 feet, on E. Yamhill St.,
f(ZO. CHARLESON & STAUB,
2453 Morrison st.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 57 ACRES.
lying near Oregon City, partially cleared,
well watered; no rocks; -with dairy and
route. Chas. E. Reynolds, Oregon City. R.
F. D. No. 3.
FINE FARM, 05 ACRES, NICELY IM-
provea, a miles east; electric car, sne
roads; 0 acres Winter apples Just bearing;
fine soli, excellent water. 227 Front.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming lands, aounaance or good water;
making up party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postofflce.
FOR SALE: A SECTION OF LAND. WEST-
ern Lane Co., suitable for dairying and
stockralsing. Cascara nearly pays price.
W 100, Oregonlan.
RARE BARGAINS $1600 BUYS 255 ACRES
near Brownsville, r. u. iwx 2,0, uregon
8 ACRES NEAR NBWBERG. K 63, ORE-
FOR RENT FARMS.
YAMHILL FARM. 220 ACRES. READY FOR
seeding; cash only, out cneap. uook. mi
TIMBER LANDS FOB BALE.
PERSONS WANTING TO BB LOCATED
on homestead or timber claims apply to
306 Commercial bldg., Portland. Or.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
nee. LOWEST PRICES.
B. F. & F. B. Riley. 603 Chamber Commerce.
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRD?. GENERAL
lana practice; our toresi reserve scrip tor
non-timbered lands is now ready. Collins
Land Co.. Concord bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH-
er guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maginnls & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP NOW
ready. H. B. Compson. 618 Marquam bldg.
WANTED TIMBER LAND.
WANTED WE WILL PAY CASH FOR
good timber lands well located: must be
bargains for quick deal: send full Informa
tion or no attention paid; from claims' to
2000-acre tracts handled. Address B 29.
FOR EXCHANGE SEATTLE PROPERTY
for lodging-house or any business In Ore
gon; what have you got? Box 9, Hub
WANTED TO TRADE MY HORSE FOR
heavier, younger and better one. Staples
the Jeweler, 162 1st st, near Morrison.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AN AUTO
mobile In good running order. The Ames
Mercantile Agency. Ablngton bldg.
Morses, Vehicles and Harness.
SNAP TEAM WEIGHS 2000 LBS.. ARE
good age, and sound; also heavy teaming
harness; one good delivery horse, $45. Call
26 N. 15th st.
FOR SALE TWO GOOD WORK HORSES;
weight 1300 and liou. Anavson Bros-, sta
bles, 254. 3d at
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire, zii wash.
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons.
harness, buggies, farm implements, zzi front.
FEW TOP WAGONS AND BUGGIES
cheap, 40 N. 4th. near Davis.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elaterite; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or emngies; oesi lor new roou.
TCiaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE CHEAP ALMOST ' NEW
large steel range, smiaoie tor Doaraing
housa or logging camp; reason for sell
ing, have no further use for same. 381
East Morrison, rnono .cast 01.
Ollliara ana pooi uilhce, cuj mmcuui, a
rent taDies, wun privilege ui uujms.
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-
n.llrA.rVriTenriPT- 4B Sd St-
cvr ollf BTTR'NrTTirRTr: WTO JL
rooms, just as gooa as now. v-aii at u.
Pick, r ront ana iiay, ueu ana o xr.
. --r vrrTT TTTTTT.T ATSfT) MARINE fir.AKS
original cost $20, only $S.50. Uncle Myers,
143 3d, near Aiaer.
PEDIGREED JERSEY MALE CALF FOR
sale; 6 weeKs Ola. a- apringer, jo ureeq
T,-rv-ixr l.CTiR STT.VER.PLATED COR
net. fine condition; price $30. Phone Main
terao. f . P. Andrews. 109 Mont. S. F.. CaL
IF YOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT- LIVE FIR,
oatc ana mu wwu. tu ..w -
Tmritm all makes, at cost from $25: rub
ber stamps, seals, etc. Coast Co.. 231 Start
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF-
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS We sell, rent.
repair ati n''"" " .j . w
FOR SALE 500 YARDS OF DIRT AT 7TH
and MarKet SIS. rnoaa uman. qoo.
HELP WANTED MALE.
4 rny MORE GOOD SALESMEN WANTED;
also a few cash boys- Call at 8 A. M., S.
Bromberger, .53 N. 3d. cor. Davis.
WANTED AGENTS. SALARY OR COMMIS-
sion: 53 to o per any. . xv. j.a.iur ot
23 Labbe bldg.. Portland, Or.
ctwwti WIT TO DELIVER AND WORK? IN
tailor shop, $1 day. Clerks RegtetraUon
Bureau. la iiomscn .
PiT.MER HENDRICKSON WE MISS YOU:
do please come home or write to your
THREE NEATLX UlitUilbtmU HUUMS
liht housekeeping: bath and phone. 328
WANTED APPRENTICE TOR BARBER
trade; terms reasonaoie. -n-wpir " jiot
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard st. aan iranciseew
WANTED SEVERAL WAGONS. 3& OR J
axle. Address Box K 64, oraets.
OFFICjS BOX WANTED. V H, OrsgonUa.
HELP WANTED r-MALE.
WE PREPARE TOU QUICXLT AS ILLUS
trator. cartoonist.' lawyer. pharmacist,
steaographer. bookkeeper, journalist, ad
wrHer. correspondence man. banker. Writs
for fre book. "Profits of Knowing How"
tells everything. National Correspondence
Schools, 82 When.. Indianapolis. U. S. A.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened one ot his famous barber colleges at
644 Clay et.. San Francisco. Special Induce
ments this- month; positions guaranteed; tu
ition earned whrfe learning. Writs correct
number. 644 Clay it-. San Francisco.
LOGGERS. MILL AND TARDMEN. LAB
orvrs, city and country; men and teams,
farmhands and milkers, restaurant and
meo-houe help; work of all kinds. Ca
nadian Employment Co.. 243 Burnsld and
226 Morrison. Phone Mam 3074.
MANUFACTURING CONCERN DESIRES A
person living In city, town or village for a
special work; $15 per week for one that Is
active, reliable and honest; a good, steady
position; give age. Idsal Fire Extinguisher
Company. Philadelphia. Pa.
POSITIONS $1000 TO $S000 PER YEAR
for managers, bookkeepers, salesmen, etc
Offices in eight cities. Plan and booklet on
application. Call and see us. Suite 45, Con
cord blk. Pacific Commercial Bureau, Inc.
WANTED WB HAVE OPENINGS FOR
clerks, bookkeepers, office men. managers,
salesmen; If wanting high-class positions,
call or write National Commercial Bureau,
room 29. Ainsworth bldg.
TRAVELING SALESMAN ONE GOOD MAN
suiic. eiycneuco unnecessary, just
hustlers: permanent; good pay; liberal run
ning expense account. E. II. Arthur Co..
WANTED PRACTICAL PRINTER AND
newspaper man desires position on country
weekly: steady and competent to take
charge of any department. Address X 63,
WANTED FOR POSITION OF OFFICE
boy in railroad office young man 16 to 19
years; must have had at least two years
work In High School or its equivalent. Ad-
dress P 64, Oregonlan.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN AS A SALES
mam for the gent's furnishing underwear,
dry goods and notions. Apply at 285 First
st, near Jefferson.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN S
weeks and secure p rentable positions. Special
Inducements this month. Catalogue mailed
free. Moler System Col.. San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY SINGERS ACT
"ors. musicians, for vaudeville circuit nnd
road shows, etc. Newman's Vaudeville Cir
cuit, the Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
ADVRTISING SOLICITORS COMMISSION;
newspapers, periodicals, magazines, trade
journals. 413 Chamber of Commerce.
Clyde's Advertising Agency.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPH PRINTER; NO
amateur, but first-class workman. 801 Dekum
CAMP BLACKSMITH. 2 R. R. BRIDGE CAR-
penters, free rare. Hansen, 26 N. 2d.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM-
bermalds, cooks, waltreesesL nurse girls.
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $15
iu ou. vuuiuui X-axiom, oyx .a&ornson.
Phone Main 1323.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY SINGERS ACT-
ors, musicians, for vaudeville circuit and
road shows, etc. Newman's Vaudeville Cir
cuit, the Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
WANTED A DRESSMAKER TO COME TO
the house, one who understands cutting
and fitting. Call at 193 Sth st, from 10
to 12 A. M.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SECOND
girl; must have good references; wages, $25.
Call on Mrs. M. Lang. 373 W. Park, cor.
WANXiSU MOUSEK t-.t-ifJEKS, COOKS,
Louis Agency, 230H Yamhill. Phone Black
LADIES EARN $20 PER 100 WRITING
short letters, fcena stamped envelope for
particulars, ideal Mfg. Co., Caa so polls,
WANTED RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOM
an, under 35. housekeeper, widower, with
children. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black zssl
3 GOOD COOKS, GENERAL SECOND
girls; other help furnished on short no
tlce. Working Girls' Home. 291 3d.
WANTED STRONG WOMAN FOR GEN-
eral housework. Swede or Norwegian pre
ferred. St, Helen's, Hall.
WANTED YOUNG LADY CLERK: MUST
have some experience in pnoto retouching.
E01 Dekum bldg.
WANTED YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPH
er, small salary. Apply 145 Sixth st, next
WANTED THREE FIRST-CLASS LADY
canvassers to handle our new oner. 001
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework. Phone Main 1309. Call 822
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work, 4 In family. Call tomorrow morning.
88 N. aa.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN
small fiat. Apply 226 Harrison, forenoon.
COOK OR GENERAL HOUSEWORKER.
Apply mornings, 335 11th, cor. Market
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooklngsmall family. 570 Hoyt at.
WANT A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 188
HELP WANTED MALE OB FEMALE.-
WANTED INDUSTRIOUB MAN OR
woman, each district to manage business
of well-established company; salary S20.
paid weekly and expenses; expense money
advanced; position permanent; no invest
ment; previous experience not essential.
Manager Co mo bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PHOTOGRAP:
printer. lady or gent; also two retouchers.
SOI Dekum Diaz.
WANTED TWO WELL-DRESSED YOUNG
men or ladles at 168 W. Park.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
WANTED SITUATION BY GOOD GRADU-
ated experienced DOOKKeeper witn nne ree
ommendatlons. J. E. Parsons. 541 Broad
EXPERIENCED FIRE INSURANCE CLERK
Wishes employment, ou, uregum&n.
wiTinVir. K- CONTIKENTAT. TVTKV fO
270H Washington bldg. room 30. Main 1778!
ter and Bamples, guarantee advertiser against
all loss; man or leiepnoue oraers souciiea.
NATIONAL & CONTINENTAL DIST. CO.
270 Wash, bldg-, room 30. Phone Main 1778.
Distributors of all kinds of advertising mat-
tr and samples; guarantee advertiser against
all losa; mall or teiepnono orders.
WANTED POSITION AS GENERAL AGT.
experienced, good territory. .Address Lock
. Box T, uucKjey, wasn.
Tmwn M1V ATTPrVTirvn TiTrTT-v'T.--r-.
Walker Business- College wishes work by
wt w V a .avn wn m a.
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING SCHOOL
wants place to work for board and room.
Call or phone Main 564. Portland Business
OUTSIDE POSITION Bl YOUNG MAN.
experience, seven years In office; two years
traveling salesman, x 23. oregonlan.
WORK WANTED FOR 7 COOKS. 5 WAIT-
ers, 6 dishwashers; also farmhands; laborers,
Drake s. 205 Washington.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD HABITS WISHES
to anve a wnoiesaie or retail . aeuvery
wagun. 00, unKuuiow
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WISHES SITUA
tlon as school boy; speaks English. Address
Y 63, Oregonlan.
STEADY, COMPETENT CAMP COOK
wants work In camp; state wages. Address
A 64, Oregonlan.
XAPANE3B BOT WANTS A POSITION TO
.help in Jtltcnen; saau wages, ciay sm.
WANTED POSITION; IN GROCERY JSY
A STEADY, RELIABLE MAN WANTS Po
sition as nignt watenman. u in, oregontan.
pocrnoN as baker; second or third
xbx'b custom currrat wiraoes posi-
SITUATION WANTED FXMALX.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRAPHER
keeping; references. S 63, Oregonlan.
ANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
encea. R 64. Oregonlan. '
WANTED PLACE BY TOUNG LADY TO
so cnamoer or acconu wuris; several years
experience. Call 166 N. ISth. bet. 9 and 2.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY DESIRES
position general noueeworx. do wasnicg no
children; wages, $25. Q 64, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED VERY CAPABLE
girl, children's nurse, or second work, fam
ily. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
SITUATION WANTED GIRL. 18. GENERAL
work, plain cooking. light washing. 2304
Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
A.PANESE GIRL WANTS TO DO WORK IN
family for small wages and go to school.
A 65, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE GHtL WANTS SITUATION TO
cooic and do housework. L 63, care Ore
gonlan. RELIABLE YOUNG GIRL WANTS SEC-
ona work or care of child. O 64, Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION AS COOK. BY COIf-
orea woman, in private family. CSS Everett
TWO SWEDISH GIRLS WANT GENERAL
housework. 285 N. 19th.
DRESSMAKING, PLAIN SEWING. CHIL-
ureu a ciomcs. .roone aiain xiou. noom ,
The Alexander, 131H 10th at.
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WILL GO
out oy the day m families. Phone Main
S454; or inquire 328 Main st.
TWO NEAT NORWEGIAN GIRLS DESIRE
to assist In dressmaking parlors. 230 Yam
hill Phone Black 2SS1.
DRESSMAKING SHIRTWAISTS. 75c AND
up; mu, o.ou; s&ircs, .ov. 420 traxx. au
SITUATION WANTED RESPECTABLE,
miaaie-agea woman nousekeeper, wiaower 3
family: capable washerwoman. 230 Yam
hill. Phone Black 28S1.
YOUNG WOMAN OF UNQUESTIONABLE
character and integrity wanta position to
manage rooming-house; none but reliable
parties need answer. J 6-1. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED REFINED LADY.
good character, desires position to care
for rooming-house or hotel; seven years'
experience. M &4, Oregonlan.
TELEPHONE DRAKE FOR WHITE. NEGRO.
Chinese, Japanese cooks, chambermaids,
waitresses, domestics, helpers, anybody. 205
MAN AND WIFE (COLORED) TO CARE FOR
private or furnisned rooming-house. John
Vincent. 104 11th st, between Washington
A YOUNG GIRL WANTS A PLACE AS A
waitress or a chambermaid in a nice boarding-house
or restaurant. Phone Hood 53.
A LADY WANTS WORK LOGGING CAMP
as waitress. Mrs. Hattle Smith, Marquam
Roomlng-House, 145 6th st.
CHAMBERMAIDS. 2 SECOND. GENERAL
nurse girls. Working Girls' Home, 291 3d.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED AT HOME:
nrst-ciaso work. Phone union 1844.
PRACTICAL NURSE DESIRES POSITION;
can furnish reference, airs. il. K. Smith,
phone Main 1205.
PRACTICAL NURSE WISHES A SITUA-
tlon; no objection to leaving city. Phone
COMPETENT NURSE TO CARE FOR IN,-
lani or invaiia. rt 00, uregonian.
WANTED TWO UP-TO-DATE PHOTO
coupon sellers; ladles or gents. Rembrandt
Studio. Ablngton bldg.
AGENTS STREET MEN. CANVASSERS,
novelties, at Chicago prices. Room 24, 204
LADY AGENTS WANTED. THE SATIN
and Silk Picture Co.. 331 Oak street.
WANTED TO RENT.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
houses. If you have a house to rent, see us
or send description. We make no charge for
renting. H. E. Edwards. 187 1st st
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD BY CATHO-
11c young man In private family;. West Sice.
F 64, Oregonlan.
WANTED 3 ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping; not over $3.50 per week. V
WANTED TO BUY A GOOD COW, ONE
that is fresh and will give good quantity
and quality of milk. Staples the Jeweler.
162 1st at. near Morrison.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 617.
WANTED HORSE FOR HIS FEED; IN-
tentlon to buy; best care; light driving. 418
Knott st. Upper Alblna.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50c at HOOLA-
baugh's. 267 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th. -
COWS WANTED ADDRESS W. M. HUT-
ter, carfe Frank Bush. Oregon City.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT-
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
!92 10TH WALKING DISTANCE, PRI
vate house; every convenience; large rooms,
newly furnished, $8 up per month.
125 14TH JUST OFF WASHINGTON
Elegant furnished rooms, new, modern
house; all conveniences; reasonable.
PLEASANT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
everything new, rour Diocka rrom iiotet
Portland, home comforts. 250 6th-
NEWLY RENOVATED AND NICELY FUR-
nlshed front rooms, steam heat, bath, etc;
reasonable, close In. 387 Yamhill.
471 JEFFERSON, BET. 13TH AND 14TH
Two beautiful rooms, private iamiiy; rea
sonable; board near; references.
LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM:
breakfast, if desired, or light housekeeping
accommodations. 349 Harrison st.
121 13TH. COR- WASHINGTON LARGE
front alcove, beautifully furnished; also
smaller rooms; gas, bath, phone.
168 11TH ST. NICE. CLEAN. WELL-FUR-nished
rooms, good location; furnace hsat.
electric lights; reasonable renfs.
LARGE. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM
for gentleman, private family, light, heat,
bath. 551 Taylor. Main 2396.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH
private family, near Multnomah Club. Phona
Main 4149. B 61. Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO OR THREE THOUSAND
dollars on country property,, closa to city.
Address B 55. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
in private family. 67 N. 20th. near Wash
ington. Phone Main 4503.
LARGE ROOM NICELY FURNISHED, ALL
modern conveniences; breakfast If desired.
349 Harrison st, near 7th.
TrrrRNISHED ROOMS WITH BATH AND
phone" reasonable, at 129 13th at. bet.
Washington anu aium.
A LARGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
modern conveniences, suitable for two. 195
13th st, cor. Taylor.
-v-,t -RENT FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE!
for gentleman: private family. Inquire 1S&I
16th st, near Taylor.
755 IRVING. COR. 23D FURNISHED
rooms; furnace heat, gas, porcelain bath; 3
blocks from hospital.
294 TAYLOR-PLEASANT SUNNY ROOM FOR
gentleman, 2 blocks Hotel Portland? bath,.
phone; no children.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM.
electric light, heat; private family; $8. 188
East 6th st
327 W. PARK NICELY TURNISHJ5D
rooms, clean and. light, furnace heat, fetta
N1CE4Y FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; TKAN
sleet or otherwise. 189 Park, new Morrison.
THB T. M. C. A. HAS A VRXK LMTr OS? '
furnMM kwbm i iil p&rix at city.