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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 19HL
HURRY UP COUNTIES
Space for Exhibits Is Soon to
f RIVALRY; is GROWING KEEN
Clackamas and Marion Hope to Be
Banner Counties at the Exposi
tion Linn and Polk Enter
Oregon has no time to lose In preparing
for the state exhibit at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition. Uke manufacturers,
producers and those making individual ex
hibits at the Exposition, the state is on a
competitive basis in securing exhibit space
and must submit an estimate in applica
tion form, the same as other states or in
Realizing that there is no time for delay,
the State Commission is sending- out com
munications to the different counties urg
ing that they act promptly In asking for
a definite allowance of space. With each
county application must be submitted a
description of he intended exhibit and a
statement showing: its scope.
The matter will be considered at the
meeting of the State Commission tomor
row afternoon. As other states arc be
ginning to send their applications to Di
rector of Exhibits Henry E.' Dosch, awards
must be toade at this timet and without
any partiality being shown. As with the
manufacturers, it is a case of first come
first served, and since no favoritism can
be shown. Oregon must stand on its own
merits. As the Exposition means more,
perhaps, to Oregon than to any other
state, the necessity of the best possible ex
hibits in all departments is obvious.
Many of the counties, have already ap
plied for liberal quantities of space and
have exhibited commensurate enterprise
in arranging for active participation. No
table among these counties are Marlon
and Clackamas, which have asked for
more space than they may be able to get.
Each of these two counties have an
nounced that they Trill lead Oregon at the
Linn and Polk Counties have equal en
terprise and declare they will give both
Clackamas and Marlon a merry contest
for supremacy. They applied yesterday
for the same allotment of space made
Marion 40 by 80 feet- County Judge C. H.
Stewart, of Albany, appeared in person as
Linn County's representative yesterday
morning, and filed with Secretary E. C.
Giltner an application for space. "linn
County is alive, and is going to show tho
world feat it has the greatest resources
and is the best county to be found in the
Oregon Country." said Judge Stewart.
Polk County also considers itself as
among the "top-notchers," as the follow
ing communication received by Mr. Gilt
ner yesterday morning from County Judge
E. F. Coad Indicates:
"I see in The Oregonian that several
counties have applied for space. I desire
to say for Polk County that we want as
much space as Marlon", Clackamas, Yam
hill or Linn Counties. Our County Court
Is the committee appointed to secure space
and we will visit you in the near future
for that purpose. Will you please advise
me when you will allot space to the vari
ous counties and the largest area to "be
allotted to any county."
Of the 32 counties of the state, 22 have
signified an Intention to participate in the
Fair, and it is believed the delinquents
will relent when the effect of failure to
participate is felt. There are but eight
definite applications on hand at this time,
however, and that has brought on the
alarm at delay which caused the forward
ing of communications from State Com
mission headquarters. Immediate replies
to the communications are requested, and
It is hoped all of the 22 counties will have
their applications submitted for action at
tomorrow's meeting. It is Intended, by the
State Commission to make one application
to Colonel Dosch for exhibit space for
Oregon, and apportion this space among
the counties according to the applications
and estimates submitted by the counties
direct to the commission.
The applications on hand up to last
evening were as follows:
Tamhlli County 24x48 feet
Wasco County ,....30x40 feet
Polk County 40x80 feet
Oackarn&s County 25x50 feet
Marlon County 40x80 feet
Linn County 40xS0 feet
Benton County 20x30 feet
Lane County 40x40 feet
The counties which have not yet com
municated with headquarters or announced
a determination to participate are Mal
heur, Tillamook, Douglas, Curry and Jo
sephine. LAST BUILDING TO BE ERECTED
Bids Will Be Called for Construction
of Oregon State Cluhhouse.
The last of the buildings to be construct
ed at the Exposition by the state will be
provided for at tomorrow's meeting of the
State Commission. This is the Oreg'on
State building, which is a comparatively
small structure, and can be constructed
in six weeks or two months. A call for
construction bids Is to be issued by the
Commission tomorrow, returnable in about
The building site for the structure was
laid out yesterday by Assistant Engineer
W. B. Scott and is ready for the con
tractors to begin work as soon as the
contract award is made. The site is lo
cated on the high plot of ground in front
of the Foreign Exhibits palace and is one
of the most desirable locations on the
grounds. The building will cost not to
exceed $10,000, and will be used as a head
quarters for Oregonlans in entertaining
their friends. The tipper floor will be
given over entirely to the use of women
and will be the headquarters of women's
At Work on Bridge of Nations.
The piling for the Bridge of Nations
connecting the maia Exposition grounds
with the Government peninsula in Guild's
Lake has been completed and work Is
now being carried forward on the super
structure. When completed this bridge
will have the appearance of solid masonry.
It will serve as an extension of the Trail.
and like the Trail, will be given over to
the use of concessionaires, with the- ex
ception of a narrow reservation for sen
The Sunken Gardens.
Rapid progress is being made in the
construction of the Sunken Gardens,
which He between the Liberal Arts and
Agricultural palaces. The excavating and
plotting for lawns and flower beds has
been completed and the artistic fountains
and big -flower urns are being arranged in
place. When completed, these gardens
wili be one of the most attractive spots
of the Exposition.
To Organize Improvement Club.
A meeting will be held this evening at
7:50 In the Sunday school room of the
Patton M. B. Church for the purpose of
organizing a local Improvement club for
the North Alblna District- Speeches -will
be made by Councilman A. F. Flegel and
Edward C. Barnes, of North Alblna, and
others. A great deal ol local interest is
manifested in the proposed organization.
If Baby Is Cvtttec Teetfe.
Be sure and see that old aad well-tried remedy.
Xrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, sclteae the sums,
allays all yam, cure wted coVe aaa dlatrfeeM.
You Want Styfe
You Want Quality
You Want Price
Axminster answers every need. It is
a. new fabric, having a long, heavy pile,
firm back and all- the luster and rich-
ness of the finest Axminsters. These
carpets will lend distinction to any home
We sell them, sewed,
laid, for per yard
-IT WOULD BE THE HEIGHT. OF FOLLY TO
BUY WITHOUT SEEING THEM
J. Q. MACK & CO.
86-88 Third Street
SrWXi METSCHAN, Pres.
KTHTH MI VUf IStIK 8TKETS, rsITUSB. MEM1
$3 PER DAY
Xew Building, elegantly Tnrnlshed,
cost oxx jmuox dollars.
SEVENTH AND ANKENY ST8.
BOOMS 75c TO $2.00 FEK DAT.
A. J.-DD3TZ, Manager.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
portiaxd. Nov. 10. Maximum tempera
ture. CO deg.; minimum. 00. River reading at
ii a m a feet: chance in wwt 24 hours, rise
0.4 foot. Total precipitation. 5 P. M. to 5 P.
M.. none; total since September i. ik,
Inches; norma!. 7.66; deficiency. 3.83. Total
sunshine November 9. 1804, 0 hours and 42 min
ute.? TWMKlhlr- I hours and 42 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level), at 5 P. M-, 30.01.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
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Cloudiness has Increased during the last 12
hours along the Immediate coast, while else
where In the North Paclnc States the weather
continues fair. The temperatures in the Pa
cific States are slightly above normal.
The indications are for fair weather In thia
district Friday, except along the coast, where
showers are probable.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight. November 11:
Portland and vicinity Increasing cloudiness,
followed by rain during the late afternoon or
night; cooler; southeasterly winds.
Western Oregon Increasing cloudlnesF. with
rain near the coast; cooler north portion; south
Western Washington Cloudy, with rain. near
the coast; southeasterly winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Generally fair.
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
"Just soap," is good
'enougli for some, but most
women insist on laving
Pears'. Ask some girl witn
a good complexion why?
Sold by the cake and In boxss.
3IS Worcester Block
General practice. IavesUgaUnwi.
Estato work. Special aad periodical UBlts.
' Phone Went 11.
On Portlaad real stata at lowest rate.
Titles lsu rr-&. Abstracts ffenttsfced.
Title Guarantee & Tmst Co.,
C. W. XNOWXES, Mgr.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
Elude to families
sad tingle gentle
men. The rnan
sgexneat vrtll be
pleased at all
times to show
rooms aad give
prices. A modera
Turkish bath es
tablish meat la
1L C BOWERS,
Flrst-CIass Restaurant In Connection,
Steam Heat. Electric rights.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's auction-house, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at 2 P. M. Geo. Baker & Co..
At Gllman's auction-rooms. 413 Washington
street, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman.
3y J. T. Wilson at Fulton. South Portland,
cor. Nebraska and Macadam sta., at 10 A. II.
J. T. Wilson auctioneer.
NO. 65, W. O. W.
meets tonight In
10th and Washing
ton sts. All mem
bers requested to
be present. Special
ed to all members
of the ordei. U. A. ELIOTT, C. C
A. L. BARBUR, Clerk.
THE ORDER OF PENDO will give a dance
in Willamette Hall, 170 Second street, Sat
urday evening, November 12, the proceeds
of which will go toward defraying the ex
penses of an operation performed on one of
their members, who Is now seriously ill at
the hospital and without means. .Members
are earnestly requested, and friends are in
vited to attend and contribute toward this
MYRTLE CHAPTER, NO. 13. O.
E. S. Regular ."communication this
(Friday) evening in Masonic Tem
ple, at 8 o'clock. lC-cent social. By
order W. M.
JENNIE H..GALLOWAT. Sec
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. -12, A.
F. & A. M. Stated communication
this (Friday) evening, 7:30, Ma
sonic Hall, E. Burnside and Grand
ave. M. M. degree. All M. M in
vited. By order W. M.
" 4 GEO P. LENT, Secretary.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15. I. O. O. F
Regular meeting this Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock Third-degree. Visiters welcome.
HENRY BROWN. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,
MULTNOMAH CAMP NO. 77
Meet Frlflnv nlrht. In
forest. East Sixth and East Al-
meet with us. J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk.
. HASSALO LODGE NO. 15. I. O. O. F.
Special meeting Friday, November 11, at 2
o'clock P. M. to attend the funeral of our de
ceased brother. Everett Bllyou. from FInley's
chapel. Interment, Rlverview Cemetery. Odd.
fellows Invited. II. BROWN, Sec
DRENNEN In this city, on' November 10,
1804. at ISO Porter at, William -Thomas
Drennen. aged 47 years. S months, 6 days.
Announcement of funeral later.
BELCHER The funeral of Mrs. W. A. Belcher
will take place at the residence of Mrs.
John H. Hall at 1:30 P. Ml, today. Friends
of the family Invited. Services at River
view Cemetery, private.
BELYEU At Silverton. Or.. Nor. S 1P04.
Everett Belyeu. aged 38 years. 4 months
and IS days. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend the fu
. neral services, which will be held at Fin
ley's chapel, at 2 P. M. , today. Interment
M'GAUGHEY In this city, on November 0,
1904, James A. McGaughey. aged 44 years
Funeral today (Friday), November 11.
1004. at 10 A. M.. from Holman's ChapeL
corner Third and Salmon ts. Relatives and
Friends respectfully invited to attend. In
terment Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING. XcENTEE G TLB AUG H.
successors to DuBEiag Campioa. under
takers aad erahalmerm. modern la every de
tail, 7th asd Ptee. Phase Mala 414. xdj
EDWARD HOLXAN CO.. Undertakers and
eabahsters. have moved to their aetr belli).
jBf, Th4ri aad SaJasea. Lady aatltfaat
3. P. FIXLXY SON. Fael Director.
M ami Madfea. Mee of Cewty Cor-
-. Lady Msssft. Trtenhsae Xa. .
F. S. DUXNIXJ, TJidsctaksT. 414 BaC
CLASSIFIED AD. KATES.
"Roams." "Rooms aad Heard," "Ssw
keeping Keesu." TSttaatteas Wasted." 1
werds or less, IS cents; 16 to 26 -wards. 24
ceats; XI to St ward. 28 eeata. eta. No
dtseevat for addition 1 lasertfeas.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New: Today." M eeata for IS word sr less:
16 to 28 -word. 49 easts: 21 to SB words, 5
eeata, etc rt lasertloa. Eca additloral
lasertjea, e as-halt; as further discount na
iler obs month.
IMPORTANT The lent seeead-ttke rata
ob saTerttrinr that rasi either Is the chiisl
fled celaauts. er nsder head "New Today,"
will be glvea sly wan adTsrUslac la la-
serted gb eeasecative days. Daily asd Saaday
Issues. Asvertislac that la scheduled to
appear at Intervals of oae er mere days
apart will be charred fez at fall oae-tlmo
rate each teserties.
"NEW TODAY- feaexe weassre acte). 15
eeata per Use, first lasertloa: 1 seats per
Use for each additional Inset tlua. r
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed eare The Orexoalan. and left at this
office, should always bo laclesed la sealed en
velopes. No tam la required ea sack let
ters. Tho Oregealaa win set be respomdfaie for
errors la adrerttsemeau takea through tat
No. 21 Coupon-No. 21
a., Friday Matinee. Nov. 11, 19M.
This coupon and Sc entitles holder to
one admission when presented at box
Marquam Grand Theater
Phone Main SGS.
V. T. fJKQlE
n The bis musical comedy sacess.
The lilt of the Season, the Keal Thing.
Evening prices $1.50, $1. 75c. 50c
Special matinee prices $1, 75c, 50c, 35c,
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. P ANGLE, Resident Manager.
Monday evening, November 14, 1004,
at 8:30 o'clock,
Violin soloist, and his own orchestra, in grand
concert, accompanied by
Miss Pauline Sherwood, lyric soprano.
Prices Lower floor.-$1.50. Balcony, $1, 75c,
50c. Entire gallery, 50c Boxes and loges, $10.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
CORD HAY'S THEATER
CORDRAY & RUSSELL. Managers.
Portland's Most 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.''
One Week Commencing Sunday Matinee,
OLLIE MACK AND JOE W. SPEARS
THE BIG F,N CROWD.
GALLAGHER & BARRETT.
IN THE EVER GREEN SUCCESS,
Some Singing! Some Dancing! Some Nonsense!
25 PEOPLE 25.
NICE FOLKS LIKE IT!
Prices 10c. 20c 30c; special reserved seats,
50c Matinee. 25c to any part of house; chil
dren (special seats), 10c.
KuATING & 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 Original Family Vaudeville House.
THE THREE KELLEYS.
LECLAIK AND WEST.
Shows 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.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
any matinee, except Sundays and holiday.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
SIXTH ST.. OFP. OREGONIAN.
PROGRAMME FOR THIS WEEK
ROBERTS & CO.
TRAINED BULL .TERRIERS.
THE TRAIN ROBBERY"
ON THE VITAS COTE.
ALL FOB 10 CENTS.
Afternoons from 2 to 4:30; evenings from
7 to 10:30. Continuous on Sundays.
OLD GOLD. JEWELR1 MADE OVER OR
exchanged: diamonds, precious stones, loose
and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired; close
prlcea; good work, ymgry, tna jeweler, N.
E. cor. 3d and Washington. Breeden bldg..
FOR SALE CHEAP 4 HOUSES ON FIFTH
and Flanders. Apply iovey Bros. Glass Co.,
Sixtn ana jjavis.
WANT A HOME?
We have Houses and Lots in
all parts of the city. Let us
lend you money to build. You
can Day us in installments.
Ste the owner. .
PORTUKD TRUST COMPANY OF OREGQK
100 Third Street.
SU00 Eadl LVsesWood
a: 'infill 3n lts. with good 5-room cottage.
$1200 Fout""room cottage, new.
$1300 SIx"room rrso3eri1 house, lot 00x100.
Cinnn 5-room cottage, fruit trees. lot 50x
BILLINGS & FORD, 500 McKay bldg.
Third and Stark.
fVlt. .Hood, St. Helens
the CASCADE RANGE from the Improved
acre tracts located on car line with 19
mlnute service, lust outside city limits. 51500.
Residences in all parts of city and Improved
farms for sale, nre insurance -written.
0. H. BALL
636 Chamber of Commerce.
JHUAHETTE HEIGHTS JOftKCE
Owner teavteff town ad xHl sell ftrst
c!m T-room hos. wMek xm bMilt toe a
hams. Telf ho t Wt. ML
A GOOD RULE
IS TO BEING UP A CHILD
To be saving, prudent and economical. The
best way to do so is to set him an ex
ample yourself. Now we want you to know
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Issues Interest-bearing certificates of deposit
that -pay from 3 to 4 per cent interest, and
can be drawn at any time by giving x. cer
tain nnmber of days notice. Full particulars
are contained in our book of
Which we shall be glad to send you.
PORTLAND TRUST C6MPANY OF ME6QH
109 Third street.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK.. Vice-president
B. LEE PAGET . Secretary
O. GOLTRA. ..... ...Assistant Secretary
Duplex Pump, second
- hand, Al condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Iaqnlre A. W. Cochran,
Eggs, 2 doz 45c
CREAMERY BUTTER .-.50c
GOOD CREAMERY BUTTER . 45c
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER 55c and 00c
RANCH EGGS 30c
BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS 13c
PICNIC AND COTTAGE HAMS -11c
BREAKFAST BACON..... 14 and 15c
5 LBS. PURE LARD 50c
JAVA & MOCHA COFFEE SOc
50c TEA -. SOc
2 LBS. ARBUCKLE COFFEE...". 25c
SATURDAY IS CHICKEN DAY. CHICK
ENS AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY, 26 YAMHILL.
Portland's Beautiful Ssrbarb.
Homes oa Xonthly iBstaUmeats.
See the Owner.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 Third St.
Wanted: Agency for Sawmill
Agency wanted for lumber mill oa Colom
bia River, with capacity of 50,069 or 75,060
feet per day. with wharf facilities aad 15
feet of water, low tide. All bills discounted
and advances made oa cargoes.
NORTH COAST COMMERCIAL CO.
06 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco.
MortgageLo&ns 5and Upward?
Keal Estate City and farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. BIBBELL,
802-3 McKay Building, Third and Stark.
Warrants and stocks bought and sold. J. W.
Cruthers & Co.. Chamber of Commerce.
DESK ROOM FOR RENT
718 Oregonian Building
FOR SALE REAL- ESTATE.
$6000 WILL BUY A FINE HOME ON WEST
biae; aesirame iocauon.
$C000 10 rooms and full lot. walking dis
tance of Chamber of Commerce, West Side.
$6000-i-block. West Side; location will
$6000 Six acres. East Slde.i convenient to
?4 500 7 rooms and half-acre, one block
irom car, city water, eewer. .
JC5CO Flno residence lot. West Side.
$16008 acres, all cleared, fair house.
DAVIDSON, WARD & CO..
403 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE-sWE HAVE A VERY SIGHTLY
nrbs. half block of ground, on good car line;
strictly modern new home: very cheap at
320O0; easy terms. Portland Trust Company
oi Oregon, toa 3d st.
FOR SALE FINE CORNER 100x101 FEET.
wiin --i ana o rooms leaeni modern nouses.
AH streets fully Improved; close in. J. L.
ueiia jo.. ih crana ave.
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, S-BOOM HOUSE.
sua st.; notning nice it tor the money;
move right In. W. H. Grlndstaff, 246 Starlc
FOR SALE MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
prettiest little home In Alblna, cheap. 328
t san Karaei at., cor, ltoaney ave.
FOR SALE 600 ACRES STUMP LAND. 16
miles from Portland. Inquire 267 E. Mor
rison st. c k. Da.ru Fuel co.
$800 QUARTER BLOCK, FOOT GROVER
st.. South Portland. vorth double the
money, am AOingion Diag.
FOR SALE A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
bath and gas'; lot OSHxlOO. Inquire at
628 Williams ave.
$1000 CORNER LOT, S. E. COR. HOOD AND
G rover sts., 100 fee on Hood st. See owner.
211 Glbbs st.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN; A NEW. NEAT.
4-room cottage, hard finish. T 80, Ore
gonian. TEN ACRES, IMPROVED. ON CAR LINE;
house, barn, fruit. Owner, room 445, 83"V4
DESCHUTES IRRIGATION & POWER CO.'S
lands for sale; easy terms. 418 Oregonian
FOR SALE 8-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN,
full lot; bargain. 388 Grand ave. N.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. $675 CASH.
Berry & Alexander, 4 N. 6th.
FORXST RESERVE SCRIP.
ApproVtd. unrestricted, ready for Immediate
ase. KXOWBBT PRICES.
EL F. F. B. HUey. 60s Chamber Commerce.
ALL KINDS OF LAND SCRU GENERAL'
land practice; our forest reserve scrip for
son-timbered lands Is sow ready. Collins
Land Co.. Concord bldg.
FOREST RESERVE, SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maglnnla & 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. 618 Marquam bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE SEATTLS PROPERTY
for lodglng-bous er aay eastnesa la Ore
gon; what hav 70a- got? Box 9, Hub
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE AN AUTO
mobile In good running order. The Ames
Mercantile Agency. Ablngtoa bldg.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE CARPENTER
work for most anything. J 80, Oregonian.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
SMALL FARM. GOOD JSOIL; STATE LOCA
tlon and price. No agents. Address Buyer.
431 Main st.
FOR RENT FARMS.
YAMHILL. FARM. 23 ACRES. READY FOR
seeding; cash oalr, fcwc cheap. Csek. 3k 1
LARGE WARKXOUSS. WITH" TRACKAO.
ceatraL ,Ayiy Walt R, TrU C xS
FOX SALE FARMS.
1C0-ACRE FARM. 35 CLEAR. BALANCE
' ujcr wtcrpc some siumps. au-acre
oak grove; crop mostly In; place lays near
ly level, on the hank of the Tualatin River;
river fences two-sided of the place: about
6 acres of beaver dam; a family orchard:
a-good new (5-room house: good water -on,
back porch with force-pump; large wood
hocse: good frulthouae, milkhouse and hen
house: a gcod barn, full of hay; 1 acre of
carrots. Place fenced and cross fenced; a
good team of mares, harness, wagon and
hack nearly new; 4 good cowa; 8 hogs; 3
dozen chickens; all the fanning Implements;
on a good county road: 1 miles from Port
land; 2- miles from R. R. Price $4600. $2000
can stand at 6 per cent. W W. Espey.
room 1. Hamilton bldg.
$37.50 PER ACRE, S0-ACRE FARM NEAR
uluw .iB...iu., juiiiy ; nrst-
class soli, 2-3 in cultivation, good house,
barns, outbuildings, orchard; fenced and
cross-fenced; living water. 318 Ablngtbn
FINE FARM. 55 ACRES. NICELY 1M-
provea, a miles east; eiectnc car. fine
roads; 6 acres Winter apples just bearing:
fine soil, excellent water. 227 Front.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
miming lanas. aounaance or good water
making up party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postoffica.
FOR SALE A SECTION OP LAND. WEST-
era tan lo., suitaoie xor dairying and
stockraistng. Cascara nearly pays pries.
W 100, Oregonian.
10-ACRE HOME. BEAUTIFULLY LO.
cated on puouc roao. one mile from P. p.;
fruft and berries. G. B. Riggs. Proebstel.
40 ACRES. 7 MULES FROM PORTLAND,
near car-line; nouny service soon; $iuuu
cash, balance time. Box 73. Beaverton, Or.
SNAP 160' ACRES, NEAR GRANTS PASS.
3 miles from railroad; on account of sick
ness. Owner, J 77. Oregonian.
DESCHUTES IRRIGATED LANDS FOR
sale. A C Palmer, local agent. 418 Ore-
goal an bldg.
RARE BARGAINS $1600 BUYS 255 ACRES
near Brownsville. P. Q. Box 275. Oregon
Horses, Vehicles and Harsesa.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ONE TEAM
young- mares, 1200 pounds. $100; also two
good delivery horses. J. S. Klrkley, where
Mt. Scott car crosses Section Line road.
WOLFSTE1N buys and set's horses, wagons.
asraus. Buggies, tarrn implement. irroni.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
. vehicles oa Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
A FINE CUSHION-TIRE RUNABOUT, AL
most new. cheap. 114 3d st.
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines at very low prices
Singer. V. S.. Domestic. Wheeler & Wilson
and White; dropheads in cak and box tops.
At Wheeler & Wilson and Domestic offlces.
S. S. Slgel, agent. 335 Morrison st.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterite; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterite Roodng 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 bsr fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
49 3d st.
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. Brunswlok-Balke-Collender.
48 3d st.
A BEAUTIFUL SUNBURST. CONTAINING 7
genuine . diamonds. Original cost $70.00. only
$47.00. Uncle Myers, 143 Third St., near
SECOND-HAND ORGAN. GOOD CONDITION;
piano attachment, chapel style, at Graves &
Co.. 328 Washington.
VALUABLE BOSTON TERRIER PUP
Prize winner. 34 mo. old. for sale; bargain.
Moving picture film, ong slides, magic lan
terns. T. P. Andrews. 100 Mont.. S. F.. CaL
IF YOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT LIVE FIR.
oak and ash wood, go to Hoover & Conway.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rubber stamps, sates. Coast Co., 231 Stark.
FOR SALE CASH HEGISTER $40. 3 SLOT
machines. 2 card, 1 Chicago. 24 Hancock.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF
Amerlcans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
FOR SALE CHEAP FIFTEEN THOUSAND
old brick. S. E. cor. Front and Oak sts
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS We sell. rent,
repair all' machines. J. E. Huxley. 82 4th.
FOR SALE SNARE DRUM AND TROM
bone, "both new. Mott, 132 1st et.
FOR SALE TWO POKER TABLES AND
chairs. Mott. 132 1st st.
FOR SALE; ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE.
285 Stanton st.
FOR SALE SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
Mott. 132 1st st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED BOY 10 OR 18' YEARS OF AGE
for office; position affords practice In book
keeping, 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 80,
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened ine of his famous barber colleges at
644 Clay st., San Francisco. Special induce
ments this month; positions guaranteed:
tuition earned while learning. Write cor-
rect number. C44 Clay st., San Francisco.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB-
ortrs. city ana cvuairy; iucu sou inua
farmhands and milkers, restaurant and
meM-house help; work of all kinds. Ca
nadian Employment Co., 249 Burnslds and
226 Morrison. Phons 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 Commercial Bureau; Inc.
WANTED ANT PERSON DESIRING TO
make money safely, surely, quickly, right
here at heme on an Investment of $25 to
$150, will answer this "ad." for personal In
terview right away. S 67, Oregonian.
LEARN BARBER TRADE AT HAIGHTS;
he teaches you free In shops; only practical
method; wages while learning; don't mix
us with fake barber colleges. 647 Com
mercial St., San Francisco.
WANTED WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR
clerks, bookkeepers, office men. managers,
salesmen; If wanting high-class positions,
call or write National Commercial Bureau,
room 24). AInsworth bldg. t
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN. OLD
established line proprietary medicines; must
give email bond ana references; liberal
contract with good man. Address Q 78,
HEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN S
-weeks and secure profitable positions. Spdal
inducements this month. Catalogue mailed
free. Moles system uol. san Francisco. CaL
WANTED AMATEUR SINGERS, ACTORS,
musicians, for vaudeville circuit and Fort-
land World's Fair. Newman's Vaudeville
Circuit, tne itaieign, etn and Washington.
WANTED SHIPPING CLERK WITH
knowledge of sash and door " business:
must De gooa man; state experience and
salary wanted. G 71. Oregonian.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS COMMIS-
sloni newspapera, periodicals, magazines,
trade Journals. 418 Chamber of Commerce,
Clyde s Advertising Agency.
WANTED YOUNG MAN WITH BUSINESS
education to .work in wholesale cigar store;
mast have good references. Inquire 226
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers:
St. Louis Agency, 230fc YamhilL .Phone
FIRST-CLASS MEATCUTTER; ONE THAT
can take charge of bout iront ana oacKroom;
references required. Appiy Ji ein eu
WANTRO YOjPNG MAN TO STUDY LAW.
Excellent chance to aare time and money.
'WANTED COATMAKER; MUST BE
ftrst-ciass; nose other need apply. C O.
ROT ATTENDING 1 SCHOOL WANTS TO
week, fsr MM, Mewses, jsasiaees -oue, 1.
M. C A. !.
WAXTSD w- FIRST-CLASS BOOXKRRTER
awl storfer. A4rM A 71, Vo
wjtjdLP WANTED MALE.
hOUSe knows lus? nnr tkaH. l.vi..
can employ a few more, men on our 'new
map of the U. S. and World; large scale;
clearljr engraved beautifully colored; fre
quently sells at. slghti .new plan of Trork
or great help in getting ordera; many of our
salenStn averaging- from $18 to $40 per week:
no experience necessary; permanent employ
menu. Write for full information. Rand.
t McNally & Co.. Chicago. HL
Men wanted to leara barber trade. Barber
College. Til Howard au San Francisco.
DR. WAUCER. 1SI 1ST., CURES ALL PRl
vate diseases of-men.
COBBLER WANTED AT-FAIR DEAL. 62
N. 3d. '
-HELP WANTED FEMALE.
PUPILS AND DRAMATIC CLUBS CAN
make public appearance in dramas, come
dies, etc., in two weeks under Instruction
of our able stage director. Dramatic,
vaudeville and stage dancing school: tes
sons. 50c Positions secureu. Newman s
i Jineatricai circuit, the Raleigh, 0th and
DOMESTIC HELP OFALL KINDS CHAM
bermalds, cooks, waitresses; nurse tin,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $:5
to $30. Canadian Psrlom. 22V Morrison.
Phone Main 1323.
WANTED AMATEUR SINGERS. ACTORS,
musicians, for vaudeville circuit and Port
land World's Fair. Newman's Vaudeville
Circuit, the Raleigh. 6th and Washington.
WANTED YOUNG LADY FOR RECEP-tlon-room;
must be experienced in vhoto
t tCJTi7.. x.,j ' """"" --?- "cu. aiiij. oul
t : .
I LADIES EARN $20 PER 100 WRITING
short . letters. Send' stamped envelope for
particulars.- Ideal Mfg. Co., CassopoUs,
I Alien. v
I mvpt-wv TOt tsrw -r-r-.-
1 vl Z.XJzrtZ. J.ii...
good wages. Apply 168 Fifth street, 11 A M.
BRIGHT. UP-TO-DATE WOMAN TO EN
gage permanently. Portland nrm: lady phy
sician or nursa preferred. S 60, Oregonian.
WANTED-t-GOOD "WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. One small child no objection.
Call fiom 10 to 12 o'clock. 163 10th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED REFERENCED
family cook and second girl; good wages.
: -Mi xamnilL Phone Black 2S81.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR CARE
sick girl, small wages and home. Call at
Antlers. 10th and Washington.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework In family of three; only good
cook need apply. 123 N. 23d.
GIRL ATTENDING SCHOOL WANT8 TO
work for board. Holmes Business College.
Y. M. C. A bldg.
WANTED GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED
woman to asslt In general housework. In
- quire 512 Clay.
WANTED TWO LADIES TO CANVASS,
good wages; must be experienced. S01 De
WANTED STRONG GIRL AS NURSE FOR
I three children; no other work. Apply 235
! King st.
I WANTED G IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Apply mornings. 446 Burnside. near
WANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework; family of 4. Apply 5S5 Marshal!.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 306 North 24th st, near -Pettygrove.
GIRL- WANTED FOR LIGHT WORK IN
tallor shop. 349 Morrison st.
WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN BOARDING
house. 104-106 North 7th st,
GIRL FOR GENER4 .HOUSEWORK;'
good cook. 400 Morrison st.
WANTED; PANTRY GIRL AT THE ZINS
ley Restaurant. 230 1st st.
GLRL TO ASSIST IN CARE OF BABY. AP
ply 533 Johnson st.
3IRL FOR GENERAL. HOUSEWORK. tsOtf
SKIRT HELP WANTED 314 THE DEKUM.
HELP WANTED MALE OS FEMALE.
TAILORESS; COOK. 30; FAMILIES, $15. 23;
sneetmetai worKers iDiowpipei. h. urase.
. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
YOUNG MAN SEEKS SITUATION AS
salesman in loan office; well practiced In
jewelry and clock repairing and a good
ticket writer (brush or peni. Y 75 Ore
gonian. YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED BOOK-
Keeper and typewriter, desires position. Al
references. B 80, Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION AS
traveling salesman; references. C S0K Ore
NATIONAL & CONTINENTAL DIST. CO..
270 Wash. bldg.. room 30. Phine Main 1778.
Distributors of all kinds of advertising mat
tr and samples; guarantee advertiser against
all oss; mail or telephone orders.
A YOUNG" JAPANESE BOY WANTS Po
sition at housework in any place. Speak
good English. Address Nishl, 121 15th st.
MAN AND. WIFE DESIRE POSITION
Man first-class baker, wife .as helper or
saleslady In store. 127 Lownsdale st.
YOUNG MAN. STRANGER IN TOWN,
seeks work In city; will do anything Intelli
gently and quick. D. 73, Oregonlarc
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION CAN FURNISH
domestic servants, farmer and. all kinds of
help. 268 Everett. Black 992;
A FIRST-CLASS COACHMAN WISHES TO
secure & position In private family. L 80,
SITUATION WANTE D FEMALE.
Bookkeepers aad Stenographer!.
EXPERIENCED LADY CLERK. DESIRES
position in oakery, grocery or aoafection
ery store ;clty references. P 7S, Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
stenographer; moderate salary: good refer
ences. R 64. Oregonian.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES PfcsiTION AS
stenographer; has knowledge of bookkeeping.
M 66, Oregonian.
SHIRTWAISTS IN THE LATEST FASH;
Ions, 50c up! also plain sewing. 270 Market
st.. "bet. 3d and 4th.
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING: SHIRT
waists from 75c up. 16 W. Park st. Phone
DRESSMAKING. STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE;
latest designs. 483 Clay st.
RELIABLE GIRL WISHES WORK, COO Kl
ine preferred, also on East side, central,
state wages. F 73, Oregonian.
YOUNG STRONG GIRL WANTS A PLACET
to do general housework' aad help in cook
ing. A 74, Oregonian.
WANTED A POSITION BY GIRL TO As
sist In housework: Inquire 222. N. 12th st.
SITUATIONS WANTED REFINED MID-dle-aged
woman housekeeper widower,
family cook, second girls, German, young
girls to assist plain boardlag-house, house
work, chambermaids. 239H YamhilL Phone
POSITION BY CAPABLE. RB6FECTABLE
lady as housekeeper er 1 aad lady. V 89.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
by widow; refernce exchanged: T 71, Ore
gonian. REFINED EDUCATED WOMAN WANTS
position as lady's commas lea -qr.lady at
tendant In office. V , OreceaUta.
LESSONS IN CROSSE'S ECLECTIC 'SHORT
haad. Anyone teachlag this system please
phone Main 4271.
GERMAN MAN AND WOT? WISH TO OW
.work a milk ranch or fara. W 78, Or$9-
A FDX8T-CLA 04.ICITO WAXTSD;
refarsfKes rvstMd. Address C TV Or-