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THE OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 190f.
AT THE THEATERS
What the Ftm Agents Say.
Relet Are Uniformly Strong.
A striking feature of this week's bill
at the Columbia Theater, "The Girl I X-eft
Behind He," Is the uniform strength of
the roles which engage the -favorite mem
bers of the company. -war drama of
sterling quality, the piece offers oppor
tunities tor all the members of the cast,
and there 'is. not a. star part in the -whole
lot that is. In the sense that one part
rises with particular strength ,above an
other. Donald Bowles, for example, plays Pri
vate Jones. It is brief, but while Mr.
Bowle& Is on the .stage he .dominates the
action. His entrance after being wounded
In the ambuscade, bearing news of the
disaster that bad overtaken the scooting
party, Js a masterly bit of work and one
that lives long In the memory of the audi
nce. Again, in his scene with the Lieu
tenant's sister, played by Miss Barhyte,
he has practically the comedy of the whole
Mr. Bernard, while his role of the vil
lain is a long and difficult one, has one
scene lasting perhaps two minutes that
would in Itself make the role a great one.
He has run away from his detachment,
rather than take the risk of warning his
comrades that they are walking into an
ambuscade. His remorse is pitiful when
he throws himself at the foot of his
troop's flag and cries: "I am not worthy
to iook on that flag; I am the vilest,
lowest, most contemptible thing In God's
world a. coward!" "The auditor actually
pities the man for his cowardice, feeling
that he cannot help it. Needless to say,
Mr. Bernard enacts the scene with great
The work of Miss CountJss and Mr.
Baume requires no further words of
praise than has been given them by the
critics. They are seen at their very best
in "The Girl I Left Behind Me?'
Handwriting on the Wall.
Belshazzar, during the great feast to
a thousand of his lords 2400 year, ago,
saw the handwriting on the wall." In
the midst of his revelry, surrounded by
his princes, his wives and his convivial
associates, he saw the hand which wrote
"Mene, Mene, Tekel, UpWfrsin." His
doom was thus proclaimed and that night
he was slain. He had been weighed in
the balance and found wanting. The of
ficers of his army, lured by the fair
women of his court and the priestesses of
the goddess Jshtan, gave themselves up
to the witchery of women's smiles, poured
full goblets of strong drink and wine down
their throats until plunged "into the leth
argy which comes from the surfeit of
drink. Then the soldiers of Cyrus swing
-wide the bronze portals through which the
Medians enter. They had turned aside
the waters of the mighty Euphrates River
and, walking along its dry bed, made
their way to the very gates of the palace.
The climax had been reached and Bel
sbazzar's day had ceased.
Such is the story told in song and act
at thertarauam Grand tonight by
chSrus of lOfr-aelected voices and some of
Portland's best soloists, under the able
direction of Martin' fi Robinson, of Chi
cago. The first presentation of this beautiful
sacred opera on Mondaymgnt -met wjth"
the hearty appro-al of all who were pres
ent, and the verdict that in chorus work,
stage sittings, picturesque groupings and
the wizard-like appearance of the "hand
writing on the wall," "Belshazzar" was
the best production of its kind ever pre
stnted by Portland talent.
"Fritz and S.nltz" Tonight.
The last week of the Cordray-Russell
management of their famous theater is
One of the most memorable in the history
of the house. The Cordray never offered
its patrons a better attraction than Ma
son and Mason with their magnificent
company in their latest musical comedy
absurdity. "Fritz and Snitz." There's
nothing but laughter and melody, such as
can only be found in the best of the
Marino, -Violinist Coming.
Marino, the gifted young artist who
will make a short tour of the Northwest,
will be heard at the Marquam Grand
Theater next Monday night, November
14, "has had unusual experiences for so
young a man. Two years ago he was
concert master for Mascagni in San Fran
Cisco, during that brilliant triumph of
the famous Italian composer, when San
Francisco went wild over his music.
Le Solre, of Brussels, says of him
"It is with sure and sympathetic bow
that he attacks the hazards and break
neck technicalities with which Vieux-
temps In his Fifth Concerto and "VVeln-
iaswiskl in his Polonaise, have filled their
compositions." The advance sale of
seats will open next Friday morning at
Seats Now Selling.
Seats are now selling for the big must
cal comedy success, "The Tenderfoot,
which comes to the Marquam Grand
Theater tomorrow. Friday and Saturday
nights, with a special matinee Saturday.
The company Is one of the best ever
organized in the West, and comprises
Phil Ryley, George E. Romain, Ed Craw
ford, Thomas L. Cameron, Louise Gar
dener, Mary Carrington. Arthur Wanzer
and Lucille Adams, and their much-her
aided choral galaxy.
AT THE VAUDEVILLE THEATERS
Baker Is the Place.
Always and all the time the Baker is
the best place in town for high-class en'
lertainment. One of the greatest acts
ever seen on the Coast is that of Miss
Ethel Fuller, who appears in the fanv
ous "curse scene" from King- Lear. There
are a lot more features equally as Im
portant, among- them the appearance of
the Kilties Trio. Eva Bachelder Perkins,
the singing- cartoonist, and Adelphia, the
shadowgraph artist. It is the blf show
of the year, and whatever else you may
do don't forget to attend some time dur
ing the week.
The Day After Election.
Isow that Roosevelt is elected by the
greatest majority In the history of the
country you wrll want to turn your at
tention to some proper means of celebrat
ing the event. The bill , this week Is a
great big festival of- superior vaudeville.
The Shetland Sisters, the dainty sou
brettes; James- A. Dunn, the eminent
English mimic; Weston and Beasley, the
singing, dancing and talking: comedians,
and ail the other great ones, will help
you to enjoy the victory,-or assist In dis
pelling the "morning after" gloom. That's
the thing to do. Take an hour of the
Bijou Is Elected.
The Is-st returns show that the Bijou
performance has carried the city by a
large majority. Miss Smilax's wonderful
athletic bull Jerriers. the thrilling train
robbery pictures with new effects, Bax
ter's aerial unicycle exploit and Mabel
3altland's contortion dancing swung tho
NefroM Pelt Democratic Speaker.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8. Negroes in One
Hundred and Thirty-fourth street have
attacked a truck from which James R.
Spurgeon, colored. ex-Minlster to Liberia,
was haranguing the crowd In support of
a Democratic Congressional nominee.
The crowd, incensed by some remark of
the ex-dlplowat. pelted him with variqus
ZHieelles. aad finally set fire to the bunt
ing wit wMcU jtbe Jrack was .decorated.
Flames shot up. all around the speaker
and those on the , truck with him, and
they beat a hasty retreat.
Police reserves had to be called out and
night sticks frequently used at Intervals
for an hour and a half before the negroes
were persuaded to go to their homes.
Brazil Will Order Warships.
NEW YORK. Nov. S- The bill provid
ing for an increase of the army and
navy, which has been approved by the
Chamber of Deputies and Is pending In
the Senate, contemplates the building of
BJveral war vessels during. the year 1906,
says a Herald dispatch from JUo .Janeiro,
Brazil. The government will order three
cruisers of 12,000 tons each, and ten tor
pedo-boats of 36 knots.
Cotton Mills Adept Open-Shop Plan.
FALL RIVER. Mass. Nov. 8. The cot
ton manufacturers of this city, whose
mills nave been Idle since July on account
of a strike of their employes over a 124
per cent reduction in wages, today 'oted
to open their plants to such operatives
as deslral to resume work under the re
It is no longer necessary to take blue
pills to rouse the liver to action. Car
ter's Little Liver Pills are much better.
Don't forget this.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or;, Nov. 8. Maximum tem
perature, 64 degrees; minimum, 45-degrees.
River reading at 11 A. M., 2.6 feet; change In
past 24 hours, 0.1 of a foot. Total precipita
tion. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M., none; total since Sep
tember 1. 1904. 8.73 Inches; normal since Sep
tember 1, 1904. 7.20 laches; deficiency, 3.47
inches. Total sunshine November 7, 1904, 1:15;
possible, 9:48. Barometer (reduced to eei
level )at 6 P. M., 30.26.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C.
Salt Lake City.,..
NE I CI ear
No rain has fallen In the North Pacific
States during the last 24 hours and the tem
peratures are generally above normal. Tho In
dications are for fair weather In this district
Wednesday, except along the Washington coast,
where light rains are probable. The winds
blowing out of the Strait of Fuca will be high
near Cape Flattery.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28 hours
ending at midnight, November 9;
Portland and vicinity Fair with easterly
Oregon Fa, easterly winds.
Washington Fair, .except light rain near the
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SAXES TODAY.
By J. T. Wilson at salesroom. ISO 1st St.. at
10 A. M. J. T. . Wilson, auctioneer.
MARTHA UNION. NO. 85. ORDER OF
WASHINGTON Will give a dance Saturday
evening. Nov. 12. -at hall. 2d and Tamhlll
et. Admission, 23c. i
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER, NO 54.
O. E. S--R"egular communication
this (Wednesday) evening, at 8
o'clock. By order of W ur.
KATE M. STEADMAN. Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2. L O. O. F
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening
at 8 o'clock. First degree. Visitors welcome.
M. OSVOLD, Secretary.
HALL OF INDCSTRT. LODGE NO. 8. A.
O. U. W. Members will please take notice
that the funeral of our late brother, W.
A. Jones, will be held this (Wednesday)
morning at 10 o'clock sharp, at the chapel
of the Edward Holman Undertaking Com
pany, corner 3d and Salmon sts. It is urged
that all members attend.
W. OTTO RUDY. Master Workman.
Attest: JOHN W. PADDOCK. Recorder.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.
IS. R. A M. Regular convoca
tion this (Wednesday) evening.
Nov. 9. 1904. at 7:30 o'clock. Ma
sonic Hall, Burkhard. building.
Royal Arch Degree. Visiting com
panions welcome. By order E. H. P.
E. E. SHARON, Sec
STAHL In this city. Nov, 8. 1904. Benjamin
F. Stahl, aged 6S years. Funeral notice
hereafter. BELCHER At Seattle. November 7. Mrs. W.
A Belcher, beloved mother of Mrs. John H.
Hall and Mrs. W. B. Mann, of Portland.
Dayton, Waeh., papers please opy.
: : J
M'INNIS Funeral of Allan Mclnals will take
place at Flnleys undertaking parlors at 10
o'clock A. M. today, November 9. Services at
the grave private.
M'INNIS Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services of Allan Mclnnls. which will be
held at Flnley's Chapel, at 10 A. M. today.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
GIRD In this city. November 7. 1904. Nathan
.Gird, aged 47 years. Funeral Wednesday,
November 9. at 2 P. M.. from Dunning, Mc
Entee &. Gllbaugh's- chapel. Seventh and Pine
streets. Interment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
ucvbitbAUA rncnas ana acquaintances
are -respectfully invited to attend the fu
neral services of May E. Devereaux which
will be held at Flnley's Chapel at 2 P. M.,
Thursday. Nov. 10. after which the "re
mains will be taken to Crematorium.
ALLEN At Salem. Or.. Nov
6. 1904. Robert
C. Allen, aged 44 yean. 10 months and 2)
days. Funeral will take place today, No
vember 9. at 3 P. XL, from F. S. Dunnlng's
chapel. 414 East Alder street. Friends Invited.
JONES In .this city, on November 6, 1004.
Wlllard A. Jones, aged 53 years. 6 months
-and 2(1 days. Funeral today (Wednesday),
November 9, 1904, at 10 A. JL. from Hol
man's chapel, corner Third and Salmon
rtreets. Relatives and friends respectfully
Invited to attend. Interment Cedar 31111s.
BUSHONO In this city, at 232 Broadway
st.. on NovemBer 8. 190. Kate Bnshoag.
aged 1 year 4 months 13 days. Infant
daughter of J. Wiley Bushong. Funeral
today cWedneeday), at 2 P. JL. from the
above -residence. Relatives and friends of
the family respectfully Invited to attend.
Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
DUNNING, XcZNTKX A GILSAUGH,
ftucceMors to DunilBg CwnrjrtoB. Hs4er
takers aad erabwTmwrs, aaniwji is every de
tail, 7 th aad Ptee. Phase 3a4 4M. Larfj
EDWAKD HOLMAN CO.. TMertakars sad
emb&baaers, bare aaeTed to tkslr sew baild-
tng. Third aad SalBsa. Lady
Tcleyhoae No. 567.
P. UNLET. BON, Timet! XHrectecs,
Sd wad MTadhion. OSee of Cvsatr Cor
r. Lady alitewt. Telephone 8.
F. 8. DUNNING, Uadertaher, 414 East
Alder. Lady aUtaai. Telephone Xast S3.
Tn mtt a resoonslble tenant for a lone lease, a
modern, flrst-claas private boarding-bouse on a
full lot on toe wem ciu, m u.e rawi aesiraaie
mUaee oortlon of the city, within asy-ra!k.
tog distance of the business ceutsr; references
requirec Appiy u tv, wrejonwa.
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an excellent choice of the facts, but in their grouping and set
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pages, indexed, $1.00 net.
FOR SALE AT ALL
$3 PER DAY
New Bunding Elegantly Fraabbei.
COST OJXMXLIJ05f DOLLARS.
SEVENTH AND AS KENT STS.
XOOXS 75e TO S&M TZS. DAT.
St E FOLEY, Manager.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. FANGLE, Resident Manager.
PHONE MAIN S6S.
Tonight at 8:15 o'CIock,
The Champion of the World.
JAMES J. JEFFRIES,
. three-round boilnir contest between Jo
seph Kennedy and Champion Jeffries will bs
given alter tne performance.
Prices LOO. 75c and 00c beats are now
selling. Election returns read.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W.-T. P ANGLE. Resident Manager.
PHONE MAIN S6S.
Thursday. Friday. Saturday Nights, Novem
ber 10, Ji. 12. io. special fnce
The Big Musical Comedy Success.
Evening Prices Entire lower floor. 11.50:
balcony, first fcrowa $1. first 3 of last fl rows
75c. last 3 rows in balcony 50c; entire gal
lery. 50c; boxes and loges. $10.
Special Matinee Prices wwer noor, i.
last 3 rows. 75c: balcony, first fl rows 75c,
last 6 rows 50c; gallery. 35c and 25c
Seats Are Now selling.
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park and Washington.
The Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
Sylvester, Jones & Pringle
TfAT.T WESTIN AND COBURN.
PAUL LE CROIX.
CAMERON AND TOLEDO.
Showing tho great moving picture, "The
Great Bask Bobbery."
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M., 7:30 to 10:30
P. M. General admission, 10c: reserved box
CO R D RAY'S TH EATER
CORDRAY & RUSSELL, MANAGERS.
Portland's roost popular playhouse.
GREATEST HIT OF THE SEASON.
Tonight and every night this week,
with matinee Saturday,
Broadhurst and Currle present
MASON AND MASON
"FRITZ AND SNITZ."
ELECTION RETURNS TUESDAY NIGHT.
Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c: special reserved eeats,.
mjc Aiaunee. zac 10 any pair oz nouse; coil
dren (special 'seats), 10c.
KHATTNG & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The OrlglBal Family Vaudeville Souse.
THE THREE JCELLETS.
LECLA1R AND WEST.
Shows 2:30 'to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:3'
P. ST. Admission, 10c to any seat.
(Comer Alder and Seventh.)
20 to 430: 730 to 1030; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit twopeopU
any matinee, except Sundays and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO mr.m
SIXTH ST.. OPP. OREGONIAK.
PROGRAMME FOR THIS WEEK
TRAINED BULL TERRIERS. ,
. "THE TRAIN ROBBERY"
' ON THE VITAS CO rE.
ALL FOR 16 CENTS.
Afternoons fr-Jm - to 4:30; evenings from
7 to 10:50. Continuous on Sundays.
JLortgaKelte&BS 6am Upwards
Seal Estate City mai Farm
Ixsaraaoe is All Limes
McKay Sal 11 c Talra aad Stark.
DESK ROOM FOR- RENT
X 715 OretniM 3uMUt
W. JDWHXBg, Kr.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Dy
Bad to families
and (lac Is geatlo
Boa. The maa
afemea will h
pleased at all
times to snow
rooms aad give
price. A aaeeera
TsrkUfa b4fc ea
H. C. BOWERS.
Tint-Class Bestaaraat la Consoctloa,
Steam Heat. Electric LixhU.
CLASSIFIED AS. BATES.
"Rooms, "Rooms afid Board. Hase
jceepiac Rosm. "SltaatlaBs rV'xated." IS
words or less, 15 cents: IS to 20 words. 0
cents: 21 to 25 nerds, "6 ccat. etc No
discount far additional InsertleBt.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Td7." 30 ceata for 15 words or lent
18 to 29 words. 40 ceate; 21 taJLS words, BS
eeats, etc nt Jasertlos. Eack dflftloftnt
lBsertlaB, ooe-Balf : so furtker diacuaat un
der eae mestb.
IMPORTANT The iow teoMd-use rata
oa advertlslag taat rrEa-.etiier la tJio clasal
Sed colusiar, or ssder bsad "New Today,
will be gives ealy whea. adTertlatojr Is la
serted oa coasecdtlre days, Sally asd Ssnday
Issaes. Adrertlilng tbat Is ckedaled to
appear at latervals ef eas or aero days
apart will be claarged for at fair eae-tlme
raio each' IsiertleB.
-NKT' TOD AX" (gasgo measare a rat), 13
eeats per Use, first iaserttsa: 10 eeats per
line for each addltleaal lasertloB.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed ears Tbe Orezealaa, aad left at tnls
oface, abostd always bo laelcced la sealed ea
Telepes. Ns stamp Is reuaired oa saca let
The Oregfisdaa will Bet be respeaafbis fee
errors la adverUsemeats takea tarsagfa tho
FOR SALE CHEAP 4 HOUSES ON FIFTH
and Flanders. Apply Povey Bros. Glass Co.,
Sixth and Davis.
at Twentieth and E. Taylor sts., with finely
Imprcfved corner lot f0xS9 feet. This house
has bath, toilet and modern plumbing through
out and is a model of beauty and convenience,
being built by an experienced contractor for
his own home, and roust now be sold. Price
Fine 8-room toose and lot 50x150 on Eugene
st. A bargain at the price asked. 25G0.
C H. BALL. 620 Chamber of Commerce,
Duplex Pump, second,
hand, A 1 condition Size'
Ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
IfiqBire A. W. Cochran,
Two 7-room modern
houses at . . Woodlawn,
$3000 jTen J!2i5'di2L0- 5-room. cottage.
$1200 Jmrroom cottKe new.
$1300 slxroom modern house, lot 60x100.
1000 5m oottae' lt trees, lot SOx
BILLINGS & FORD. 609 McKay bldg. '
Third and Stark.
PertlaMs Beasttfal BurbHrb.
,-Kasaes oa M est klyI&taUia arts.
See tfae Owaer.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
189 Third St.
Wanted: Agency for Sawmill
Agency wasted for lamber bbM b Ce4a
bt River, wlta capacity of 9,M er S,C
fet per day, with wkarl fadttttea aed IS
feet of water, lew tide. AH MHs dtsooonted
aad adraaeea Made ea earsees.
. NORTH COAST COMMERCIAL CO
M Cracker BHf, Saa Praaeisce.'
A VIEW OF
Four Snow Peaks
nsay be bad fro the sifetly acre tracts ocHred
"far a. Jkmt ttR eaty t WW eack. located
'Jast erMstde tbe cUy BaHtsu, wMk M-astnute cmr
cwrtec The tracts caanat roaled for
retWkoe sites. JX if. ALJ-,. Cbaatbcr oC
XXW TO AY.
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Wants your business and wants yea to
know that It Issues
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS that pay
four per cent -interest and run for five years.
It also Issues Interest-bearing certificates of
deposit that pay from 3 to 4 per cent In
terest, ai. can be drawn at any time by giv
ing a certain number of days' notice. Full
particulars are contained In our book of
Which we snail be glad to send you.
PMTLAII TI4IST COMPART IF OXEKN
109 Third street.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-president
B. LEE PAGET .-..Secretary
J. O. OOLTRA -....Assistant Secretary
Ask about an unimproved farm near Hood
River, with irrigation ditch running through
place; 1.000,000 feet nr timber on this place.
FINE BUILDING LOT
at Mt. Tabor. Portland's choicest suburb, only
Rooming-houses and desirable property in all
parts of city. C. H. BALL, 628 Chamber of
J : .
To Close ah Estate
Cultivated and fenced, ten large
cherry trees, near carline on Pe
ninsula. 38$ Alder.
WANT A HOME?
We have Houses and Lots in
all parts of the city. Let us
lend you money to build. You
can pay us in installments.
See the owner.
PORTUMD TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
100 Third Street.
04 acres at Clackamas Station on 6. P. Ry.
with 800 bearing fruit trees, good 7-room
house, barn and fruitdrier; $2500. th price
asked. Is leas than one-half the actual cost of
Improvements. This place must be sold. C. H.
BALL, Chamber of Commerce.
Warrants and stocks bought and sold. J. W.
Cruthers & Co.. Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$650 FOR BEAUTIFUL 50x100 LOT. SWELL
location, bunnysiae. close to car line. A
$2500. -line business corner, with very good
building on It, on best-Improved street,
11200. very nice five-room cottage, lot SOx
105. between two car lines; East Side.
CHARLESON & STAUB.
215 Morrison ft.
FOR SALE WB HAVE A VERY SIGHTLY
nome in one or Portland s most beautiful sub
urbs, half block of ground, on good car line;
strictly modern new home: very cheap at
-82000; easy terms. Portland Trust Company
of Oregon. 109 3d at.
COZY HOME, TEW 5-ROOM MODERN
house, fruit trees, roses, corner on car
line; owner leaving state; S1500. 248 H
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt, Scott car. Be.
14600 NEW MODERN, S-ROOM HOUSE.
23d st.; notning uko it lor the money;
move right In. W. H. Grindstaff. 246 Stark.
FOR SALE 500 ACRES STUMP LAND. IS
miles from Portland. Inquire 387 S. Mor
rlron st. C R. Davis Fuel Co.
FOR SALE A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
bath and gas; lot OSUxlOO. Inquire at
C2S Williams ave.
JIOOO-CORNER LOT. S. E. COR. HOOD AND
u rover bus..- i.w xee on nooa sr. aee owner.
211 Gibbs" st.
DESCHUTES IRRIGATION & POWER CO.'S
lands lor sale; easy terms. 41S Oregonlan
FOR SALE 9-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN,
fall lot; bargain. 3SS Grand ave. N.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. $675 CASH.
Berry & Alexander. 4 N. 6th.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FINE MULTNOMAH COUNTY FARM fc
176 acres. ISO acres highly cultivated,
well fenced and cross-fenced, fine large
house, fine barns. f a roily orchard, watered
- by welL springs, and stream: land corners
to station on electric road, fronts on fine
level driving road; 9 miles east of Port-
- land. This Is one of the choice farms of
Multnomah County. If you want some
thing nice. see. this. Henkle & Baker, 217
FINE "PATMr. S3 ACRES, NICELY PM
p roved. S miles east; electric car. fine
roads; 6 acres Winter apples jast bearing;
fine soli, excellent water. 227 Frost.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming lands, abundance' of good water;
making op party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postofflce.
FOR SALE A SECTION OF LAND, WB6T
ern Lane Co., suitable tor dairying and
stockralslng. Cascara nearly pays price.
W 100, Oregon laa.
40 ACRES. 7 MILES FROM PORTLAND,
near Caroline; . hourly service soon; J.1B00
' cash, balance time.. Box 73, Beavenon, Or.
20 ACRES. RICH BLACK SOIL. A Lb CUL
tlvated. .close to city; new. modern house,
hot. and cold water. Call MS Stark -st.
SNAP 160 ACRES, NEAR GRANT'S PASS.
3 miles from railroad; oa account of sick
ness. Owner, J 77, OregoUJan.
DESCHUTES IRRIGATED LANDS FOR
sale. . A. C Palmer, local agent, 418 Ore
RARE "BARGAINS JlSeO BUYS 26 ACRES
near BrswasvIIle. P. O. Bex 273.. Oregon
FOR RENT FARMS,
YAMHILL FARM. 230 ACRES, READY FOR
seeding: cash only, but cheap. Cook, 2i
TIMRIW LANDS FR SALE.
FIRON "WANTING TO BX LOCATXD
e homestead sr titaber els I his asfrty te
M Commercial Psrtlaad, Ofe
LARGE WAREHOUSE. WITH: TRACXA4ML,
ceatraL Ap!y Wakefteld, Fxea A. Ce., ZM
rORBSX XBTttTB SCRIP.
A?evi. ttmirictM, ready tar laediats
set. v LOWRST PRICSi.
X. F. Ay. 8. Riley. oa Chamber CamaMrcs.
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRIP. GENERAL
laad pfactlce; car forest reserve scrip for
aea-tteeered lands Is aew ready; Colllas
Laad Co., Caacfrrd blag.
FOREST RESERVE, SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaraateed laad scrip on hand ready to
locate. MaglnaU-d; Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
scrips: general land practice. Collins Land
Co., Concord Bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP NOW
ready. H. B. Compson. 81S Marquam bldr.
W ANTED TIMBER LAND.
WANTED VTE WILL PAT CASH FOR
good timber lands well located; must be
bargains for quick deal; send full informa
tion or no attention said; from claims to
2000-acre tracts handled. Address B 29,
XO XX CHAN GX.
Four new houses, bringing good Tental.
trade for a small Improved farm. Henkla
& Baker. 217 Ablngton bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE SEATTLE PROPERTY
tor lodglng'bouse or any business In Ore
gon; what have you gotx Box 9, Hub
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AN AUTO
moblls in good running . order. The Ames
Mercantile Agency, Ablngton bldg.
A FIRST-CLASS PIANO TEACHER WILL
exchange lessons for sewing or anything
useful. L 79, Oregonlan.
Horse, Vehicles aad Horaces.
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells borsss, .wagons,
harness, buggies, farm implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
. vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK 7
Repair it with Elaterlte: it rolls, easy' to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles: best tor new roofs.
Elaterlte Rocflzg Co.. room 2, Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALS NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments: we
rent tables, with privilege of buying. Mod-
. era bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
48 3d st.
A VERT FINE-TONED OLD VIOLIN, VAL
ued by an expert to be worth $V. for only
15, at Uncle Myers. 143 3d st.. near Alder.
SECOND-HAND ORGAN, GOOD CONDITION;
piano attachment, chapel style, at Graves &
Co.. 338 Washington.
Moving picture film, song slides, maglo lan
terns. T. P. Andrews. 109 Mont.. S. F.. Cal.
IF TOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT LIVE FTR,
oak and ash wood, go to Hoover A Conway.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office, goods,
rubber stamps, safes. Coast Co., 231 SUrk.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF
Aroericans 'now (23. 7th and Morrison.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS We sell, rent,
repair all machines. J. E. Huxley. 82 4th.
FOR SALE ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE.
205 Stanton st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SALESMEN EVERT BANK AND BUSINESS
house knows us; our goods are salable: we
can employ a few more men on our new
map of - the U. S. and World: large scale:
clearly engraved; beautifully colored; fre
quently sells at sight: new plan of work
of great help In getting orders; many of our
ealemen averaging from SIS to S40 per week:
no experience necessary;, permanent employ
ment, write for run information, itana
McNally A Co.. Chicago. 111.
WANTED BOY 16 OR 18 YEARS OF AGE
for office; position affords practice In bookkeeping-
and "stenography. After becoming
proficient will be given charge of office.
One studying these lines at night school
preferred; write, stating age and address;
no previous experience- necessary. E SO,
WE PREPARE TOU QUICKLY AS ILLUS
trator. cartoonist. lawyer. pharmacist.
stenographer, bookkeeper, journalist, ad
wrlter. , correspondence man. banker. Writs
for fres book. '"Profits of Knowing How"
tells everything. National Cosrespondencs
seaooia. sz Wben.. Indianapolis, u. a.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A MOLHR HAS
opened ne of his famous barber colleges at
G44 Clay st., San Francisco, special induce
ments this month: positions guaranteed:
tuition earned while learning. Write cor
rect number, 644 Clay st, San Francisco.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB-
orcrs. city ana country; men ana ieam
farmhand and milkers. restaurant am
mess-house heln; work of all kinds. Ca
nadian Employment Co.. 249 Burnslds and
Jtcmson. mono xzxa sotc.
POSITION8 J1000 TO $3000 PER TEAR
for managers, bookkeepers, salesmen, etc
Offices In eight cities. Plan and booklet on
amplication. Call and see us. Suite 45. con
cord blk. Pacific Commercial Bureau, Inc.
WANTED ANT PERSON DESIRING TO
make money safely, surely, quickly, right
here at home on an Investment of $25 to
$150, will answer this "ad." for personal in
t tervlew right away. S 67. Oregonlan.
LEARN -BARBER TRADE AT HAIGHTS:
he teaches you free In shops; only practical
method; wages while, learning; don't mix
us with fake -sarber colleges, on uora
mercial st., San Francisco.
WANTED WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR
clerks, bookkeepers office men. managers,
salesmen; If wanting high-class positions,
call or wrlto National CammerdaL Bureau.
room 29, Alnsworth. bldg.
ESTABLISHED PORTLAND INSTITUTION
wants modern business man to establish
and control force of agents: remuneration
limited only by ability. Address F SO, Ore-
WANTED AMATEUR SINGERS, ACTORS,
musicians, for vaudeville circuit and Port
land World's Fair. Newman's Vaudeville
"Circuit, the Raleigh, 6th and Washing
MSN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks and securs profitable positions. Special
Inducements this month. Catalogue mailed
free. Moier system Ql.. Ban fraacisco. caL
BAKER COMPETENT BREAD AND
cake baker: permanent Dosltlon for right
party. Call on Standard Biscuit Co., 13th
and itoyt sts.
WANTED DELIVER YMAN FOR GROC-
ery; some experience; single. Clerks" Reg'
Istratlon Bureau, 265 Morrison st.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO TAKE PRI
vate lessons tn journalism or story writing.
Address . u.. care uregonian.
MILL. YARD LABORERS. $L60 (8 HOURS);
Driaga carpenters idoss xuesaay morning)
See Drake. 205H Washington.
BOY WITH PONY TO CARRY MORNING
papers, tan uregonian Dasement. bet.
aad 5, this afternoon. .
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER.
ana steaograpaer. -Auuress i. Orego
WANTED SIGNPAINTER. J. P. ZIRN.
glebel. 213 Washington, cor. 1st. upstairs.
Mea wanted to leara barber trade. Barbe:
College. 741 Howard st.. San Francisco.
CAMP BLACKSMITH. R. R.. $90 AND
Board. Hansen uibm, -j k. za t.
DR. WALKER, 181 1ST.. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
COBBLER WANTED AT FAIR DEAL, 62
HELP WANTRD FEMALK.
WANTED EXPERIENCED REFERENCED
- family cook and second girl: good wages.
230 Tamhlll. Phone iiiac at.
GIRL ATTENDING SCHOOL TO ASSIST
housework for room and board; two In
family. 364 N. 24th, at.
W.rXTru "WOMAN OR GIRL FOR GEN-
erat boasework and cooklac; good wages.
57 Hsyt; small raauiy.
vixna -GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED
wscaaa 9 aasit In geacral hossework. Ia-
4frA Stt Clay.
GIRL FOR GEXXRATJ HOUSRWORK, 3
m fsstsHar. r iita. t. jaij eere a r. x.
GIRL OK WOMAN WANTfBD FOR GIX-
tat swswswmx. 4w TUiaaMofe at.
KELP WANTM FRKAXJC
DOMESTIC HELP 0F ALL KLXDC-CXAM-
secoad girls, hoasekeeyen. kwtewack, til
to $30. Canadjaa Parlaea, 1 Mstrfeea.
Phone Main 1323.
WANTED AMATEUR SINGERS. ACTORS.
musicians. lor vauaeviile circuit and Port
land World's Fair, Newman's VaadevUle
Circuit, the Raleigh, 6th and Washing
ton. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, cnamoermaias, general work
ers. St. Louis Agency, 230 H Yamhill.
Phone Black 2881.
STAGE DANCING. SINGING. SKETCHES.
dramatic art taught, positions' guaran
teed. Newman's School of Acting, oth and
ROOSEVELT'S ELECTED! WAITRESSES.
cooks, domesticc nurses, housekeepers. Call
regularly now means work. Drake's. SOS-
LADIES EARN $2Q PER 100 WRITING
auun ictiers. ocna scampea envelope tor
particulars. Ideal Mfg. Co.. Cassopolls.
WANTED "RESPECTABLE GERMAN
woman, unaer 33, housekeeper, widower,
wrth children. 230 M Yamhill. Phone Black
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
must be good plain cook; 2 In family:
good wages. 988 Raleigh, between 2Sth and
BRIGHT. UP-TO-DATE WOMAN TO EN-
." vujncaiiy. i-oruana urm; lady pby
slcian or nuraa preferred. S 60. Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG LADY WITH TASTE
. Jarn boo!c and magaslne lllus
tratlng. Address. E. C. care Ocegonlan.
WANTTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
iiuu.Ui, mnuirc torenoon. zocm ta
et., near Madison.
WANTED A GOOD COOK IN RAILROAD
camp, or man ana wife, woman preferred.
Inquire 331 1st.
WANTED GOOD. RELIABLE NURSE
girl Immediately. 60 N. 21st st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 770 Irving st. 4
EXPERIENCED LADY FOR CONFECTION.
ery storei 333 Morrison st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE..
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS COMMIS-
sion; newspapers, periodicals magaxlaes.
trade Journals. 41S Chamber of Commerce;
Clyde's Advertising Agency.
WANTED TEACHER. DISTRICT SCHOOL.
a monins. sou month: neat city. .Clerk's
Registration Bureau, 265 Morrison st,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
SECRETARY." EXPERT STENOGRAPHER.
accounts, eta, associated with prominent
men In Important affairs, law work, mis
cellaneous business, wisher position Decem
ber 1. K 64, Oregonlan.
POSITION WANTED BY AN ALL-ROUND
office mdn, good accountant, sober, good,
reference. Address G 80. Cregsnlan.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOK-
keeper and typewriter, desires position. Al
references. B 80. Oregonlan.
TOUNG MA- DESIRES POSITION AS
traveling salesman; references. C 80, Ore
NATIONAL A CONTINENTAL DIST. CO..
270 Wash, bldg., room 30. Phoae Main 1778.
Distributor! of all kinds of advertising mat
tr and samples: guarantee advertiser agamst
all loes; mail or" telephone orders.
WANTED TO WORK FROM 10 ATTf. TQ
evenlno. bv faithful Jamnnn ax rnnV or
waiter. C&as. K. Tamuro Arista Park
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING SCHOOL
wants place to work for board and room.
Call or ph- ns Main 554. Portland- Business
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION CAN FURNISH
domestic csrvants. farmer and all kinds of
help, -268 Everett. Black 992.
DO IT NOW ORDER COOKS. WAITERS.
olinwasnera larmnanos, laborers, -city or
camp. D.fJt;, 05S Washington.
FIRST-CLASS BARTENDER WANTS-WOR,K-
in or am 01 city; oest reierence. 1 78 Ore
gonlan. JAPANESE YOUNG BOY WANTS ANT
kind house work or second cook. S 80, Ore
gonlan. SITUATION . WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED LADT CLERK DESIRES
position In bnkery, grocery or confection
ery store; city references. P 78, Oregonlan.
WATNTED POSITION BY TOUNG LADY
stenographer; moderate salary; good refer
ences R 61. Oregonlaa.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer baa knowledge of bookkeeping.
M "66. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED CAPABLE GIRL,
chambermaid or dining-room, nice boarding-house.
230 Yamhill. Phone Black.
WANTED GENERAL HOUSEWORK BY
girl recently from Sweden with chance to
learn American language. Telephone Union
SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED
Swedish girl: second work; first-class fam
ily. 230 Yamhill. Phcn- Black 288L
A JAPANESE LADY WISHES POSITION IN
family as to help kitchen or housework.
Address P 79, Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION BY A FINNISH
girl as general housework or chamber
maid. 230 3d st.
COMPETENT GIRL DESIRES POSITION
In dining-room or as chambermaid. W
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING; SHTRT
Traists from 75c ap. 164 W. Fark st. Phone
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WANTS
work by the day. Phone Main 4401.
PLAIN SEWING. SHIRTWAISTS. 2TT
Market, bet. 3d aad 4th.
BY AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER
and cook, position In a small family without
children; must sleep at home nights; best oi
city references. Phona Main 5002.
POSITION BY CAPABLE, RESPECTABLE
lady as housekeeper or landlady. V -09.
WANTED BY A REFINED AND COMPE
tent young woman, place as traveling com
panion, for woman or children. Add-fss D
70, care Oregonlan.
PROSPERITY REMAINS! PUT ON WAIT
resses, cooks, chambermaids, housework, help,
housekeepers, nurses, anybody. Drakes, 203
SITUATIONS WANTED FAMILT COOK.
$30; good girl, housework; washerwoman,
chambermaid. 230 YamhllL Phcn Black,
POSITION WANTED AS COOK OR GEN
eral housekeeperby lady of experience. Ad
dress 536 Marshall st. Phoae Main SS67.
REFINED EDUCATED WOMAN WANTS
position as lady's comaaaloa or lady at
tendant m office. V 6, Ofegealaa.
2 GIRLS WANT WORK. ONE FDXST
class cook, the Other second work. 5t
WOMAN WISHES WORK BY THE DAT.
Address 404 Fremont bt, or4 -eae Mrs.
BEST MONEY-MAKER FOR AGENTS ON
earth; new article, aew -staa, hoasehoM. ne
cessity; sells on sight by showiac what It
will do; 8-3,006 sold in Mlnneapellsr resells
in saaa territory; costr 7e, sells for 3Sc;
agents' oatfif. 10c Doatatle Mfg. Co..
desk 30, 'Mianeapoiis ami.
SUBSCRIPTION HUSTLXR8, $73 MONTH
ly (weekly. 23c month): routes fsr salev
Clyde. 418 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED AGENTS: SALART OR COMMIS
aloai $6 to $6 fmr day, W. R. Tartar . Co..
23 Labba bld.. ParUaad, Or. a
WAXTWD TWO UP-TO-DATR PHOTO
stadto. Aausjtota mo.