Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 04, 1904, Page 10, Image 10

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THE MOKKING OKEGONIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904.
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GREAT STOGK SHOW
Prize Cattle and Sheep of the
Whole Continent Coming.
ATTRACTED BY BIG PRIZES
Conjmlseloner Scott Brings Good News
From St. Louis Canada Will Be
Well Represented Oregon's
Prizes for Dairy Products. -
j Stockralaers all over America are dis
cussing the big livestock exhibits to be
made at the Lewisand Clark .Exposition
next year and are planning for active
participation. This intelligence was
conveyed to Lewis and Clark headquar
ters yesterday by State Commissioner
Richard Scott, -who has just returned
from, St. Louis after spending several
-weeks there in the Interests of next
year's stock display.
Not only will the States, be largely
represented but there is much activity
among Canadian stockgrowers and
those of Mexico, says Mr. Scott. With
their experiences at St. Louis to profit
by, the stockmen will have a better
Idea of the standards of excellence they
mus"t meet and will exert themselves
towards that end".
"The fund, -of 540,000 set aside by the
Lewis and Clark- management," said
Mr. Scott, "is known of by every stock
raiser I met and all think the offer a
liberal one. There is no doubt but that
It will attract many exhibitors and the
stock exhibit Is bound to result in much
benefit to the stock industry of the
Pacific Coast and "West generally."
Sheep and hogs will compose the
principal part of the Canadian stock
exhibit. Mr. Scott states. "Some of their
hogs at St. Louis." he added, "weigh as
much as 1100 pounds and are as big as
horses. Wisconsin will probably be the
banner stats for cattle and sheep at
Portland next year and Western rais
ers will have to show their very best
stock and take great care to get them
Into condition if they expect to make
away with premiums over Wisconsin,
or other of the big farming and stock
districts of the Middle West."
Regarding the awarding of prizes for
stock and dairy products, Mr. Scott
stated that Oregon is lining up in ex
cellent shape and that previous an
nouncements regarding the dairy
products of the state are by no means
exaggerated. The making of awards
- was nearlng completion when he left
St. Louis and Oregon's stock Interests
appeared to be well in the van of the
race, he said.
The exploitation division of the Ex
position Is using every means to bring
the Lewis and Clark stock exhibit to
the attention of the stockgrowers of
America. Communications have been
sent out by Secretary Reed to every
stock paper in the country and the ex
changes reveal that the matter is being
generously taken up i-y these period!
calfi.
The apportionment of the $40,000
fund, as recently made by the executive
committee is as follows:
Horses, class A . J 12.000
cattle, class li 10.000
Sheep and coats, class C 6,500
Swine, clasa X) 3. MX)
Poultry and pets, class E...... 1,500
The conditions governing the. exhibit
and the classification of awards are
now in preparation.
FOR GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS.
Preliminary Work for Buildings Be
gins and Bridge Is Nearly Finished.
Preliminary work on the Government
buildings is progressing rapidly, the nec
essary excaations and clearances having
been nearly completed by the force of
men placed on -the grounds by J. E. Ben
nett. the contractor. The actual work of
construction will shortly be gotten under
way and the assurance is given that the
building will be ready on contract time
April 1.
The bridge connecting the main Expo
8itSon grounds with the Government ex-
hibit on the Peninsula will be ready for
eenice within another ten days. The pil
ing work is practically finished and the
superstructure will be under construction
by the end of the week.
A first inspection of the pumping sta
tion and water system at the grounds
was made yesterday by Director of
Works Huber. The system was found in
excellent condition and only a few minor
changes will be necessary to place the
water department in shape to supply the
entire Exposition with water. Lake water
will be used for irrigation and cleaning
purposes, while Bull Run water will flow
from drinking fountains and taps.
MAY HAVE AIRSHIP CONTEST.
Lewis and Clark Officials Negotiate
jWith Aeronauts at St. Louis.
It is more than probable that there
will be a series of airship contests at
the Lewis and Clark Exposition. While
in St. Louis, President Goode and his
assistants will confer with a number
of aeronauts. It is regarded as prob
able that T. S. Baldwin, the California
Inventor, whose ship California Arrow
has won the attention of the world by
its recent flights at St. Louis, may be
induced to come here. Other distin
guished inventors of air craft will bo
consulted.
About $10,000 is available at this time
for apportionment as an airship fund,
but it is thought this amount may in
duce a number of inventors to come.
Some definite information on the sub
ject is expected at headquarters from
St. Louis within a short time.
LANE HAS BIG POTATOES.
Enters Fine Exhibit Which Will Be
Hard to Beat.
The agricultural district that intends to
beat Lane County on potato exhibits will
have to become exceedingly busy. From
Junction City came the offer yesterday to
ship at once 20 potatoes weighing over 60
pounds. One of the big spuds is reputed
to weigh nearly five pounds.
Secretary E. C Glltner, of the Commis
sion, directed that the potatoes be for
warded at once. The offer was made
through Dr. Charles L. Williams of Junc
tion City.
COMPLETE ON OPENING DAY.
Construction Far More Advanced
Than St. Louis at This Stage.
A recent visitor to the Lewis and Clark
grounds directly attached to one of the
State Commissions at the St. Louis Fair,
was greatly Impressed with the progress
of the work. "Your Fair is more nearly
completed at this moment," exclaimed the
visitor, "than was the St. Louis Fair the
day the gates were opened. There Is no
doubt but that your Exposition will have
the great advantage of being complete to
the minute, when the gates are thrown
open In June."
Rules Governing the Fair.
A complete -set of rules governing the
use of the grounds by exhibitors and con
cessionaires will be issued In the course
of a few days, being at this time in the
hands of the printer. The rates of charge
foflishtlng and power and other accora
modatioEs will be lncluied in th public-
THE PILLS THAT
RESTORE
FAILING
STRENGTH
Mrs. O. O. Smith, 56 Bewsm
St., Nashua, N. H eayst "My
trouMe fe9n with hemorrhages
of th bowct. I beame vrhlt
s snow, my haart pafeltatod and
my head throbbed oonVmMtry.
My HnMWl and I grw ioa
wwkto walk. Doctors saM my
oasa was InowraWe and that I
had but a faw weeks to live.
Then my son-in-law brought me
the beet remedy ever discovered
for wasting diseases;
Dr.Willtams'
Pink Pills
for
Pale People
and thsy stopped the peln at
once. My flesh and strength p
came back and now t am well s
and able to do all mv household
work." jp
SOLD BY ALL DRUOOtSTS.
tion, which will be distributed among
prospective participants In the Exposition.
Would Walk Across Continent.
Henry K. Slanter wants to walk from
New York to Portland n the interest of
the Exposition. Ho says he intends to
locate in Oregon, and is willing to walk
the entire distance from New York
dressed in the guise of an explorer and
carrying a Lewis and Clark banner. The
offer was placed on file.
SMALL CHANCE FOE HEIRS.
Mrs. Reed's Legal Residence Was
.Portland, and Law Will Rule.
No overt action has been taken by the
heirs of the late Mrs. Amanda W. Reed to
obtain an portion of the estate be
queathed by her to 'furnish money with
which to build an institution of learn
ing In Portland. Some of the. heirs are
in California, and some in Portland. Some
of those resident in both states are sup
posed to be dissatisfied with the will. But
there is no possibility of breaking ' the
will and their only hope is In protesting
the distribution of the property 4wben
ordered by the court.
The grounds on which they claim a
larger share than that allotted them Is
that Mrs. Reed was living in California
at the time of her death and the laws of
that state do not permit of a testator
leaving more than a third of his estate
to charities when he has legal heirs liv
ing. The disputants, saying that the per
sonal property follows the person, claim
that under the laws of California tho
5725,000 worth of personal property be
longing to Mrs. Reed should be distrib
uted according to the California law. Of
this $500,000 is in Oregon, and under the
jurisdiction of the Oregon courts.
The only hope there seems to be for
the contesting heirs is over the $225,000
worth of personal property in California.
But C. A. Dolph, the attorney for the es
tate, does not give them a hope of that
even. He said yesterday, when asked
about Mrs. Reed's domicile:
"She never gave up her legal residence
in Oregon. In all her papers she de
scribes herself as a resident, of Portland,
even In her will. She had only- been a
temporary resident of Pasadena, and her
personal property In California would
come under the jurisdiction of the Oregon
court, as her domicile has always been
here." '
BOYS DRIVE JANITOR TO' BAY
Bishop Morris Compelled to Quell the
Disturbance.
John Schonic, janitor and superinten
dent at the reading-room for boys main
tained by- the Episcopal Church at
Twenty-second and Reed streets, acquired
the enmity of the boys who frequent the
room, and 'last Thursday found himself
tho butt for checkers, books and period
icals. He was driven to a corner and
made to stand. The boys did not like
his manner.
Bishop B. Wistar Morris hearing of the
trouble went , out there on Wcdnesdny
night to pour oil on the waters. The ap
pearance of the venerable bishop subdued
the boys. Bishop Morris said yesterday:
"It was a very small matter. The boys
only threw a few checkers, I believe, and
are now quieted down. I took a special
officer with me and the boys understand
Mhat they must behave. The boys wanted
some boxing gloves and I would not let
them have them, but I said they could
have a punching bag and now they are
perfectly contented."
The lot of John Schonie is only to be
determined by time.
BUSINESS HEMS.
If Baby Is Cutting Teeth. "
Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soo thine Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens th gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic and diarrhoea.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Nov. 3. Maximum tempera
ture. 60 deg.; minimum, 43. River reading at
11 A. M., 0.8 foot; change In part 24 hours,
rise 0.2. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5 P.
M-, none: total since September 1, 1004. 2.S3
inches; normal, 6.32; deficiency, 3.49. Total
punchlne November 2. 1904. none; possible. 10
hours and 6 minute. Barometer (reduced to
sea level), at 5 P. SI.. 20.82.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
"Wind.
to
STATIONS.
Baker City
Bismarck
Boise
Eureka. .........
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...56.O0j
Clear
PL cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Helena
Kamloops, B. C
North Head .....
Focatello........
Portland
Red Bluff
Roaeburg ......
Sacramento ....
Salt Lake City..
San Francisco .
Spokane
Seattle
Tatoosh Inland .
Walla Walla
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Cloudy
Clear
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Clear
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601 T l 6E
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(Clear
Light. T trace.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The high winds yesterday along the Wash
ington, coast have subsided, but there- Is evi
deae of a disturbance eft the Orscoa coast
I
WHITE UK TMMiZTH
Estropea Pkn .
THE
PORTLAND
FMTLAID, OL
Americas PJaa
also EHrepeaH
Plaa. Modern
Restavraat.
$3 PER DAY
aad upward.
COST NX MILLION DOLLARS.
New BaUdls- Elegaatly Furalafeed,
Centrally located.
HOTEL
SEVENTH AND ANKENYSTS.
Postofice Block.
EUROPEAN PLAN
BOOMS 7So TO SS.M PER DAT.
FREE BUS
SC FOLEY, Manager.
this evening which will move eastward durlns
the next 24 hours and eause Increasing winds.
Storm warnings for high southeast winds have
been ordered displayed at the west end of the
Strait of Fuca and also at the mouth of ths
Columbia River and at Marshneld. Or.
No rain of dbnsequence has occurred, during
the past 24 hours, and the temperatures In this
dletrict have remained nearly stationary.
The indications are for rain Friday in West
era Oregon and Western Washington and rala
by Friday night or Saturday In the eastern por
tions of these states.
WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland at S P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight. November 4:
Portland and vicinity Friday and Saturday,
southerly winds. Increasing Saturday.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Bain; high southerly winds along the coast
and increasing winds In the Interior.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Friday, Increasing cloudlne&j
and wanner. Saturday, probably rain.
Southern Idaho Increasing cloudiness and
Varmer.
EDWARD A. BEALS, District Forecaster.
CLASSIFIED AD. HATES.
"Booms "Booms and Board. "House
keeplns Rooms." "Situations Wanted," IB
words or less, 15 cents s 16 to SO words. SO
cents; 21 to 55 words. 25 cents, etc. No
discount for additional Insertions.
UNDER AXX. OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. SO
oents, etcw first laserticn. Each additional
insertion, cue-half ; bo further discount un
der one month.
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on advertising that runs either la tho classi
fied columns, or under head "New Today,"
will be given only when advertising Is la--terted
on consecutive days. Dally and Sunday
issues. Advertising that Is scheduled to
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"NEW TOD AT" (gauge measure agate), 15
eeata per line, first insertion; IS ceats. per
lino for each additional Insert! ob.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The- Oregonlaa, and left at this
office, should always b Inclosed la sealed en
velopes. No stasis Is required oa such let
ters. The Oregealaa will sot be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through ths
telephone.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's auction-rooms, 413 Washington
street, at 10 o'clock A M. S. L. N. Gllman.
auctioneer.
At Baker's auction-house, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at 2 P. SI. Geo. Baker & Co., auc
tioneers. MEETING NOTICES.
WEBFOOT CAMP
NO. 65, W. O. W.
A Stag. Members
will please remem
ber tonight is the
beginning of --our
wfcfst contests. You
are requested to
bring one or more
friends with you
that are not
Woodmen. Ten dollars for first prize, $3 for
second. Do not fall to be on hand.
C A ELLIOTT. C. a
A L. BARBUR, .Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
MULTNOMAH CAMP NO. 77
Meets Friday nights In their
forest. -East Sixth and East Al-
Arr .tr..t. Ctu.
cflled by any camp In the order. Come and
meet with us. J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 33. A.
F. & A M. Stated communication
this (Friday) evening. 7:30 o'clock.
Work in E. A. degree. All E. A. are
cordially Invited. By order W. M.
I. W. PRATT. Secretary.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 13. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at
7:30 o'clock. Second degrees Visitors wel
come. HENRY BROWN. Sec.
. (
DIED,
GANZEMILLER In this city, Nov. -3, 1004. at
the family residence. 673 E. 22d St., John F,
Ganzemiller, aged 47 years. Notice of fu
neral hereafter.
WHITEHEAD In this city. Nov. 1. 1904, Ed
ward K. Whitehead, aged 43 years. Notice
of funeral Hereafter.
rUNERAL. NOTICES.
SULLIVAN The funeral of the late Charles
A. Sullivan will take place this Friday
morning at 10 o'clock from St- Mary's
Church, Alblna. Interment St Mary's
Cemetery. Friends Invited. Please omit
flowers.
DEMPSEY The funeral of the late Thomas
Dempsey will take place Saturday morning
at 0 o'clock, November 5, 1004. from Su
Mary's Church. Albica. Funeral will start
from Zeller-Byrnes Company's Undertak
ing parlors, at S:S0 A. M. Interment. Mount
Calvary. Friends Invited.
JENNEs'GS In this city. November 2, 1004.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jennings, nged 46 years.
The funeral will take place Saturday, No
vember 5. from the residence of her brother-in-law,
R. J. Jennings. 374 Park st., at
6:30. Services at St. Mary's Cathedral;
15th and Davis sts..,at 10 A. M. Interment
Jit. Calvary Cemetery. Red Bluff, CaL, pa
pers please copy. Friends Invited.
DUNNING. McENTEE GILBAUGH.
successors to Dsnnlng Jt Caznaloa, aader
takers asd embalmers. modern la every de
tail. 7th aad Pine. Phone Mala' 420. Lady
assistant.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO, Undertakers aad
embslsaers. have moved pt their -new b slid
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady sulitmt.
TelepfeeBe No. 597.
J. T. ITNLXX ft SON, FtzBeral DWetors.
cor. 'Sd and Xadkwa. Office of Couaty Car
reer. Ladjr atnlstnat. Telephone "a. 9.
T. S. DUNNING, Uadertaker, 414 Eaa
Alder. Lady auUtaat. TeIesone Bast 52.
NEW TODAY.
INVESTMENT BONDS
"Warrants aad stocks hought and old. J, W.
Crvtltr st C., Cbasabar e Csbuhn
W. X3WWLBB, Mr.
JTHCTJ. rMTUU, MfiHl
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
fMTMMm IIS
cMKKUL mnmt
Special ' rate
Bade to fai&Ule
mad stag 1. grHtle
Hiec Tae -aaa-areaeat
wHl be
pleased at all
Uses to abeir
rooms aad rtr
rices. A mod era
Tarklsa bath es
tablish B-est la
the hotel,
n. C. BOWERS.
Kasagsr.
Xlnt-Clas Restaurant la Ceaaecttaa,
fiieaa Heat, Electric Lights.
SCOTT
PORTLAND', OREGON
AMUSEMENTS.
OREGONIAN COUPON
No. 20 Coupon No. 20
STAR THEATER
Friday Matinee, Nor. 4, 1004.
This coupon and 5c entitles holder to
one admission when presented at box
ofSce.
CORDRAY'S THEATER Co rdray & Russell,
Managers. Portland's most popular play
house. Two more nights, with matinee
Saturday. Lincoln ,J. Carter's great
spectacular production, "THE HEART OF
CHICAGO." Another big success. Elegant
epeclal scenery. Wonderful mechanical de
vices. Mysterious electrical effects. A vivid
plcture -of the great fire. See the marvelous
approaching train. A powerful company. In
troducing a special line of high-class special
ties. Week commencing Sunday matinee, Nov.
6. matinee Saturday, special engagement of
MASON AND MASON. In Mark E. Swan's
latest successful musical comedy. "FRITZ
AND SNITZ." Direction of Messrs. Broad
hurst and Currie. 40 Fun promoters 40.
The grand singing chorus. ?few, bright mu
sical numbers. New scenery, costumes and
properties. Nothing but laughs from rise to
fall of curtain.
Prices. 10c, 20c. 30c; epeclal reserved seats,
60c Matinee. 25c to any part of the house;
children (special scats). 10c
Harquam Grand Theater 5iTagrn8,e
A I TONIGHT I JSS
It's a pity all the people- of this town can't
see this play. Oregonlan.
EcarfW. Sanct I 61013 E Onlai
Gfftn I UVl Cmttj Dnsi x
THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN
Night prices 50 cents to $1.50.
Matinee prices 25 cents to S1.00.
BAKER THEATER
KUATING & FLOOD, Managers.
Third aad YamhllL
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The Original Family Vaudeville House,
This Week.
THE ALVINOS '
GEORGE EVANS.
CLIFFORD AND SMITH
SUIlLY AND PHELPS
KATE COYLE.
, THE BIOSCOPE.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M., 7:30 to 10:50 P.
M. Admission, 10c. to any seat.
LYRSC THEATER
(Comer Alder and Seventh.)
HIQH-CLASS
REFINED VAUDEVILLE
2:30 to 4:30; 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday. 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
any matinee, except Sundays and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
BIJOU THEATER
SIXTH ST.. OPP. OREGONIAN. .
This week's programme,
ROSCOE. HYPNOTIST
MISS ETHEL FOSDICK
JEROME & LAM O NT
IUJLSEY MOORE
HARRY NEWMAN
MISS PEARL GREYSON
NEW MOVING PICTURES.
All for 10 Cents.
Afternoon, from 2:30 to 4:30; evenings,
from 7:30 to 10:30.
NEW TODAY.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY MADE OVER OR
exchanged; diamond?, precious stones. loose
and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired; close
prices; good work. Tlngry. the' Jeweler. N.
E. cor. 3d and Washington. Breeden bldg.,
upstairs.
FOR SALE CHEAP 4 HOUSES ON FIFTH
and Flanders. Apply Povey Bros. Glass Co.,
Sixth and Davis.
FOR SALE;
Worthington Compound
Duplex Pump, second
.hand, A 1 condition. Size
10x18x14x10. Deliver
ing 875 gallons per min
ute". Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inqalre A. W. Cochraa,
Oregonlan BHlIdiag.
The Center
of Albina
We offer for sale a number of lots In
Evans -Addition -
, Prices: are reasonable.
We will build for you.
Ton can pay In Installments.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPAftY Of mm
10S Third St
GEO. BLACK
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
318 WM-ctrr 84ck
XstaU .welt. Wt -eJsl ami ritw mwMi.
c
NEW TODAY.
How to Get
Interest
Every man wants to know how to do this
with safety. Here Is the solution of the
problem:,
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
OREGON"
Issues interest-bearing certificates of deposit
that pay from 3 to 4 per cent Interest, and
can be drawn at any time by giving a
certain number of days' notice. Full par
ticulars are contained In our book of
"ILLUSTRATIONS," -Which
we will be glad to send you.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPAftY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
TAKE ACAR RIDE
THE POINT TO
RIDE TO IS
WOODSTOCK
Portland's Most Attractive Suburb.
School, Church. PostofCce, Store, Water
works. We own many lots In
WOODSTOCK
which we will sell cheap and on which we
will build houses for you. Payment can be
made in installments. Call on the owner.
Portland -Trust Company, f Iregon
109 Third Street.
Sacrifice Sale
Lots
for
$35.00
On the Peninsula; are selling at ths price to
clcee out an estate; must be sold before the
15th of this month; get some before they are
all gone. Brown, SSI Stark St.. opposite Li
brary. NOTICE!
Having disposed of my Dental
Office In Labbe bids. I have re
moved my business permanently
to my residence. No. 472 Wil
liams ave., corner Eugene st.
Take U car. DR. ALDEN.
Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Heal Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. EIItRELL,
S02-3 MCKay Building. Third and Stark.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU PAT RENT?
DON'T TOU THINK IT IS TIME TO STOP 7
READ THIS AD..
THINK IT OVER
AND
. ACT QUICK.
House and lot. 5 rooms" and bath; new and
well ullt. lot 40x100. woodshed 12x30;
you can keep horse, cow nd chickens, &
block from car-line, 15 minutes' ride " from
center of city.
THIS PLACE COST $900.
Lot joining sold recently for $300. To sell it
today we will throw In the furniture, which
la new and cost $125'.
ALL FOR f650.
Owner must leave the city at once; will
take '$350 cash down, balance on 3 years
time.
PACIFIC COAST LAND CO..
211 Allsky bldg. -
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 122 acres. 16
acres cultivated; some fine, large bearing
fruit trees, house of 4 rooms, large barn, 1
mile to school; good water, good road to Ore
gon City. 7 miles; $20 per acre. J. L. Wells
Co., SH Grand ave.
FOR SALE 8 CONTRACTS. .160 ACRES
each, of the Columbia Southern Irrigation
Company. Deschutes, Crook County, Ore
gon. Will trade or sell In amounts to suit.
W. H. Grtndstaq. 216 Stark st.
! .
NASHVILLE HOMES COMPLETE FOR
$400; modern homes for $750 to $1500; nice
building lots. $80 to $150; easy terms, $5
down and $5 per month. See owner, Joe
Nash, at Nashville Station, on the ML.
Scott car.
2 MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGES, PRETTI
est little homes In Upper Alblna, 15 min
utes' walk to Steel bridge: will sell one
or both. 328 San Rafael st., cor. Rodney
ave.
FOR SALE -- VERY BEAUTIFUL AND
sightly Portland residence lot, dose In,
$700; terms on part. Address P. O. Box
1111. Spokane. Wash.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W, P. electric line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
$4000 NEW MODERN, 8-ROOM HOUSE.
23d St.; nothing like it for the money;
move right In. W. H. Grlndstaff. 246 Stark.
NOTICE IF TOU WOULD BUT A NEW SIX
room house at two-thirds its value from the
owner, address W 65, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 500 ACRES STUMP LAND, 15
miles from Portland!, Inquire 2S7 E. Mor
rison st. C R. Davis Fuel Co.
FOR SALE A 7-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
bath and gas; lot 634x100. Inquire at
62S Williams ave.
$1000-CORNER LOT, S. B. COR. HOOD AND
G rover eta.. 100 feet on Hood st. See owner,
211 Glbbs st.
FOR SALE 8-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN,
fall lot; bargain. SS8 Grand ave. N.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. $675 CASH.
Berry & Alexander, 4 N. 6th.
FOR SALE HOUSE AND, LOT AT 240 N.
16th. Inquire of owner.
FOB SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
125 acres, of which 75 or SO acres Is under
plow, and rich Lewis River bottom land that
doesn't overflow, balance good hill land; a
good 7-room houee, two large barns, granary,
frulthouse. woodshed, chicken-house, etc;
good bearing 'orchard; fences In good condi
tion; 15 cows, cream .separator, mower, hay
rake, plow and other farming Implements; on
level county road and Lewis River, lVr miles
from-Kerns and 24 mllta from Woodland.
Must sell at once. Price. $4W0. with' $1200
down. Jmta & wnioughby. Kalama. Wash.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 37 ACRES,
lying near Oregon City, partially cleared,
-well "watered: no rocks; with dairy and
Tout. Chas. B. Reynolds, Oregon City. R.
F. D. No. 3.
FINE FARM, -35 ACRES, NICELY in
proved. $ miles east; electric car, flae
roads; G acres Winter apples Just bearing;
fine soli, .excellent water. 227 Frcnt.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming lands, abundance of -good water
making up party to start la few days. Xo.
4 N. 6th. opposite PostofSce. "
RARE BARGAINS $le0 BUTS, 2K, ACRES
neax Brownsville. P. O. Box' 275. Oregoa
City. Or.
78 ACRES NEAR NEWBERG. K 88. ORB
gonlat. FOR RENT FARMS.
YAMHILL FARM. 230 ACRXS. READY FOR
seeding; cash (Ally, but cheap. Cook, 'Ml
-Alder st.
T1VTMW LAXB MU,
PXMC-MC KTAJITIMO to Br XOCATBD
LAND SCRIP.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Ap9rovd. unrestricted, ready for lm-ned!at
Be. LOWEST PRICES.
E. F. 4 F. B Riley. 608 Chamber Cfaimerc.
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRIP. GEN3RAL
laad crsctlce; our forest reserve scrip for
con-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. MaglanU & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP NOW
ready. H. B. Compson. 813 Marquam bldg.
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE SEATTLE PROPERTY
for lodging-house or any business In Ore
gon; what have you got? Box S. Hub
bard. Ot.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AN AUTO-
laoune m gooa running oraer. ine Ames
Mercantile Agency. Ablngton bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED LOT WITH FOUR OR FTVE
room cottage, on or near car line, close In,
for $1000 cash. O 66, Oregonlan.
TO LEASE.
LARGE WAREHOUSE. WITH TRACKAGE,
central. Apply Wakefield, Fries & Co., 229
Stark.
FOB SALE.
Horses, Vehicles aad Harness.'
FOR SALE TEAM LARGE GRADE AN
gora goats; Jet black and pure white; to
gether with yokes; also carload high-grade
Angora stock goats and pure-bred billies.
Edward L. Naylor, Forest Grove, Or.
TWO" SELLS GEAR WAGONS. ONE NEW
Mllbourn farm wagon, cost $82-50; If tjld
now, $50. Address P. O. Box 634.
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D"BAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
Miscellaneous.
DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; seeds no painting or coating: good over
old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roqflng Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables with privilege of buying. Mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
49 3d st.
A HUNTING OR OPEN-FACE, 20-YEAR
gold-filled case watch, with 15-Jewel Elgin or
Waltham works, for only $12.50. Uncle
Myers. 143 Third St.. near Alder.
J?OR SALE TWO SAFES, ONE ALMOST
new; will sell cheap if taken at once.
" Ellers Piano House.
Moving picture film, ong sUdee. rcaglc lan
terns. T. P. Andrews. 109 Mont., 8. F-. CaL
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IF YOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT LIVE FIR.
oak and ash wood, go to Hoover & Conway.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, fflce goods.
rubber stamps, safes. Coast Co.. 231 Stark.
FOR SALE TWO FRESH COWS. GOOD
milkers. Call at or address 910 E. Yamhill.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE-$40 WOLFF
Americans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS We sell, rent,
repair all machines. J. E. Huxley. 82 4th.
FOR SALE 500 YARDS OF DIRT AT 7TH
and Market sta. Phone Union 1622.
FOR SALE SMALL EDISON MIMEOGRAPH.
$10. 827 Washington.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED TEA AND COFFEE AGENT; A
hU3tling. capable man of large acquaintance,
to work up a wagon route. In city or coun
try, for established firm; largest retailers in
the United States; splendid inducements of
fered to the trade; no graft; good pay to right
party. Addresa. stating experience and ref
erence. Grand Union Tea Co., Seattle. Wash.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened one of his famous barber colleges at
644 Clay sr., San Francisco. Special Induce
ments this month; positions guaranteed; tu
ition earned while learning. Write correct
number, 644 Clay St., San Francisco.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB
orcrs. city and country; men and teams,
farmhands and milkers, restaurant and
mess-house help; work of all kinds. Ca
nadian Employment Co., 249 Burnsld and
226H Morrison. Phone Main 3074.
POSITIONS $1000 TO $3000 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 Commercisd Bureau. Inc.
WANTED WE HAVE OPENDJGS FOR
clerks, bookkeepers, office men, managers,
salesmen; if wanting high-class positions,
call or write National Commercial Bureau,
room 29, Ainsworth bldg.
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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.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks and secure profitable positions. Special
Inducements this month. Catalogue mailed
free. Moler System Col.. San Francisco. CaL
WANTED SEVERAL ENERGETIC SOLICIT
orx to work on first-class proposition; per
manent. Apply between hours of 9 and 10 A.
M., at 318 Chamber of Commerce.
ADVRTISING SOLICITORS COMMISSION;
newspapers, periodicals, magazines, trade
journals. 41S Chamber of Commerce.
Clyde's Advertising Agency.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO BECOME A
correspondent clerk; will qualify you In your
own home; big salary. Address E. C, Ore
gonlan. WANTED A FIRST-CLASS, ALL-AROUND
clothing, shoe and furnishing goods man; lib
eral salary to rigljt party. F 60, Oregonlan.
HUSTLERS. EITHER SEX, SALARY OR
commission; can make $10 day. Call or write
U. S. A, 342 Sherlock bldg... Portland. Or.
BIG MONEY VALUABLE ADVERTISING
sheet. $15 .weekly, complete, payable
monthly in advance. D 65, Oregonlan.
WANTED-AGENTS. SALARY OR COMMIS-
sion: $3 to $0 per day. W. R. Taylor & Co.,.
23 Labbe bldg.. Jcvruana, or.
WANTED -i- SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
quartz miners to run long cross-cut tun
nell. G CO, Oregonlan.
WANTED A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS SHOE
salesman. Apply Strain Tailoring Co., 2S5
W'ashington.
WANTED EXPERIENCED PLUMBING
supply salesman. Call at room 45 Concord
block.
WANTED AT ONCE, EXPERIENCED
clothing salesman, room 45, Concord block.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard at., San Francisco.
OFFICE BOY WANTED, V 63, Oregonlan.
LELP WANTED FEMALE.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
berrcaids, cooks, waitresses, nurse girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $15
to $30. Canadian Parlors. 228 Morrison.
Phone Main 1323.
WANTED 100 AMATEUR SINGERS, ACT
ors. musicians, for vaudeville circuit and
road shows. Newman's Vaudeville Circuit,
the Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
WANTED 100 AMATEUR SINGERS. ACT
ors. musicians, for vaudeville circuit and
.road shows, Newman's Vaudeville Circuit,
the Raleigh, Gth and Washington.
WANTED FAMILY COOK. $35; ALSO SEC
ond girl, $25; must be experienced, with ref
erences; Swedish preferred. 230 YamhllL
Phone Black 2SS1.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-wm-1"
also nurse clrl for child: two adults.
one cnlld in family. Apply Box 64, CaacadSj
Locks, or.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WA1T
rs, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230W YamhllL Phone Black
2S31.
f
WANTED RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOM
"an, under 0 35. housekeeper, widower, with
children. 23& YamhilL Phone Black 2881.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR DIN-tac-roora
and general housework l city refer
eacts required. 341 11th, mornings.
TTANTKD gLKEVMAKER AND FIRST-
cfcua rtclrt. iitlp. Tessdale, 1
549 Xarqua-B.
GHRL FOR GBNKRAL KOUSbTSCORK AND
'CM-kinsT. szaall xaiallr. 570 Hoyt si
-A
RK IN f X
. Taker 1
HELP WANTED FEXALE.
niHT. T5TT fllfvcoit triMTcrm-nm..
iln,y ot 3: Sd 'wagss. good home. Taker
S car. get oft at Abernethy. go 2 blocks
WOMEN COOKS. CITY, $30; EAST. OREGON,'
$35 (also waitress); housework; waitress. $4.
,Trake. 2C5H Washington. ,
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WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE?
J work, email family. Inquire 100 14th. Call
; between and 12 A. M.
WANTED STRONG WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework. Swede or Norwegian Dre
Terred. St. Helen's HalL
WANTED-kJIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSE"
work and care of children. Phone Scott 6143
Address. 6SC Tillamook.
HOUSEKEEPER FOR WIDOWER; AUBURN
hair preferred; a good home. Pioneer Em
ployment. 215 Morrison.
A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; GOOD PLA1N
cook; smal family. Call forenoons. No. 01 N.
21st st.. cor. Davlsv
WANTED JAPANESE GIRL-TO DO GOOK
Ing and housework. Apply to 473, corner
14th and Alder.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT
housework. Apply 413 Tillamook, or phon
Scott 1263.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
ecai worx ana coottlng. Apply 075 Hoyt st,
corner 18th. '
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
uuuaeworK. i;as jn. Between Washington
and Aider.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE,
work, four in family. Mornings. 88 N. 22d.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN
ppiy zzo .Harrison, forenoon.
WANTED APPRENTICES AT THE PORT
land Dresscutting School. 428 Alder st.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. 515 -20th South, Portland Heights.
GOOD HOME FOR SCHOOLGIRL TO WASH,
dishes; two In family. 206 24th st. North.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
wim ngni. housework. 335 Main st.
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED FOR GENERAL
uuuaou, -w luiamoox ST.
GIRLS WANTED APPLY POVEY BROS.'
Glass Co., 6th and Davis.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
cook. 400 Morrison. ,
HELP WANTED MALE OB FEMALE.
WANTED INDUSTRIOUS MAN OR
woman, each district to manage business
of well-established company; salary $)ffl.y
paid weekly and expenses; expense mca&y
advanced; position permanent; no lavset
ment; previous, experience not smnntlal
Manager Co mo bldgi, Chicago.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and fwirtl
SITUATION BY GOOD GRADUATED Ex
perienced bookkeeper; fine recommenda
tions. Address J. E. Parsons, Ml Broad
way, city.
EXPERIENCED FIRE INSURANCE CLERK
wishes employment. X 60, Oregonlan.
MlsceE-aaeoBs.
NATIONAL & CONTINENTAL DIST. CO
270 Wash. bldg.. room 30. Phone Main 1778!
Distributors of all kinda ot advertising mat
tr and samples; guarantee advertiser agains:
all loss; mall or telephone orders.
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING SCHOOL
wants' place to work for board and room.
Call or phone Main J564. Portland Business
College.
WANTED POSITION BY MAN AND WIFE
as cook m sawmill or legging camp ex
perlenced, no children. R 65, Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION ANY
thlng; experienced as clerk or bookkeeper;
good references. K 65, Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED GARDENER WISHES SIT
uatlon, or some other kind of work. Address
J 66, Oregonlan.
WANTED A POSITION AS COOK IN A
camp; In a camp as second and flm. t
CG Oregonlan.
JAPANESE YOUNG BOY, WANTS ANY
housework. C 65, Oregonlan. -
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
stenographer: moderate salary; good refer
ences. R, 64. Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION Ai
stenographer; has knowledge ot bookkeeping.
M 66, Oregonlan.
Housekeepers.
FIRST - CLASS HOUSEKEEPER; GOOD
cook, musician, wants position. Address
Notis, 31 16th st. Main 2437. . r
Domestics.
AMERICAN GERMAN GIRL, GOOD
cook, wants work: with small family, close
to, and go to High School, $12 per month.
Y 66, Oregonlan.
SITUATION -WANTED EXPERIENCED
Swedish girl; second work; flrst-clasa fam
ily. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2S8L
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY DESIRES
position general housework; no washing; no
children. Q 64. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED NEAT GIRL TO As
sist housework or cars children. 230 Yam
hill. Phone Black 2881.
RELIABLE JAPANESE GIRL" WANTS SIT
uatlon as cook and do housework. Q 63v
Oregonlan.
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SITUATION WANTED BY FINNISH GIRL
for general housework. Address 230 3d st.
WANTED A SECOND PLACE BY A
Swedish girl. D 66. Oregonlan. ,
Dressmakers.
DRESSMAKING. PLAIN SEWING, CHTL
dren's clothes. Phone Main 1756. Room 27.
The Alexander. 131 10th st.
TWO NEAT NORWEGIAN GIRLS DESIRE
to assist lrr dressmaking parlors. 230 Yam
hill. Phone Black 2S81.
PLAIN SEWING. SHIRTWAISTS,
Market, bet. 3d and 4th.
DRESSMAKING 15 10TH, COR. BURN
side. Phone Main 4813.
Miscellaneous.
SITUATIONS WANTED RESPECTABLE
women housekeepers with references for wid
owers' families; young widow, boy 4, middle,
aged woman: alao young" widow unincum
bered. 230 Yamhill. Phona Black 2881.
SITUATION WANTED REFINED LADY,
good character, desires position to cars
for rooming-house or hotel; seven years"
experience. M 64. Oregonlan.
WORK WANTED 8 WAITRESSES (SEV
eral beauties, competent);, chambermaids, do
mestics; camp, city, cooks. Drake's, 205",
Washington.
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL, GERMAN. -cooks,
3 general. 2 chambermaids; waitress
from the Bast. Phone Main 4494. 291 3d.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES DAY WORK,
cleaning, laundering, etc; also dinners and
luncheons prepared. Phone 1625.
GIRL WANTS TO CARE FOR CHILD OR
children. Call afternoons. 9' N. 5th st-
LACE" CURTAINS LAUNDERED AT .HOME:
first-class work. -Phone Union 1844.
WANTED TO KENT.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
houses. If you hava a bouea to rent, see us
or send description We maWe no charge for
rentingv H. E. Edwards. 187 1st st.
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD. EAST SIDE,
couth of Hawthorne: near Sellwood jar line;
references exchanged: teacher.- L .63, Ore
gonlan. WANTED TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED--rooms;
when answering, state price,, etc L
68. Oregonlan.
WANTED XlSCKLLANOCr3.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price -Mid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 82 N. 3d. Ffceae BeodjSJT.
"WANTED SECONDHAND -ROLL-TOP
desk and office lunjMtere, B H, Oregonlan.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR Mm .at HOGLA
fesaffk'C M7J6 Taylor. . M -use 4th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORNCS AND CAT
tl K aU Uada. psoas Sat 29m.
WANTED U3S. or PIANO FOR SIORAGBl
X M. OKMroaias. -
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