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1HE MORNING OREGONIAN, MONDAY, NOVE3IBBK 14, 1904.
ALL HAVE SCHEMES
Army of Peanut Venders Want
MANY; FREAK APPLICATIONS
One Man .Wants, to.BuIId a Revolving
Hstel and Another Desires to
Place a Real Glacier In
. Guild's Lake.
It has been carefully estimated at
Lewis and Clark headquarters -that 1
all the peanut and soda-water vendors
who want stands .at . the "Exposition
were called together there would be
enough -znen from which to recruit a
standing army. Their stands and
booths. If placed In a line, would make
a wall around the city like unto the
wall of China
There are 'enough trifling applications
on file and in the waste baskets to feed
the boilers of the flreboat for a month
and keep up steam all the time- 'And
they continue to come in with every
These name Exposition files would
serve as material for some of the wild
est tales of fiction. There are on record
some of the most absurd schemes ever
evolved, perhaps, outside of a mad
house. An exposition seems to offer
peculiar attractions to the lunatic and
impractical dreamer,, with the result
that much valuable time is lost in read
ing their communications or listening
to their plaints when they apear in
person, as they often do.
To Build Revolving Hotel.
One of the wildest propositions yet
received came recently to Vice-President
1. N. Flelschner from an Iowa
man who had been reading of the dif
ficulties of the hotel problem, which has
since been entirely solved. The Iowa
man's inventive faculties at once got
busy with the result that he sent a
lengthy communication describing a
giant iron" building which he wishes to
construct. It is to be entirely of steel,
to be built on a huge pivot so as to
revolve slowly, completing" a circuit
very 24 hours. He described the
mechanism .minutely, throwing In de
tails of his own life and capacity to
build the 'great steel building. He
urges that it should be built to be the
most memorable exposition enterprise
ever attempted, and said he was will
ing to leave for Portland to give more
detailed plans at a moment's notice.
He concluded that a sum of about
J4.500.000 would complete the structure
and suggested that if his proposition
was favorably received he would have
to ask for a trifling sum of $120,000 as
a retaining fee.
His communication is regarded -as a
classic of its kind, and will probably
be framed and given a place of honor
in the lunatic's exhibit If there Is -one.
Wants to Harness Geese.
Another promoter wants to harness
a flock of geese to a huge balloon, which
woUld contain enough gas to prevent
the geese from landing or from going
too high In the air. Thus they would
be compelled to fly across the country,
and streamers bearing Lewis and Clark
Exposition announcements could be ap
pended to the balloon. This man is en
thusiastic and cannot understand why
the management will not take up his
Another man wants to walk from
Jfew Tork to Portland dressed as an
explorer, and another wants to build a
toboggan slide from Willamette
Heights Into Guild's Lake, and still an
other wants to Install a real glacier in
T,hese projects and the dozens of oth
ers that are bound to follow, now that
the gaze of the world is fixing Itself on
Portland .with the close of the St. Louis
Fair, are to be kept on a separate file
after this, and will be a valuable addi
tion to the store of permanent Exposi
Suits Against Sheriff Word.
Sheriff Ward has a deluge of suits com
ing for alleged damage done on his China
town raid last Thursday. Saturday even
ing Lai Way. and See Wong, through their
attorneys, Veazie and Freeman, filed suits
for $118 and $25, respectively, for missing
doors and tables, and this morning Charles
F. Lord will file suits for doors smashed
In at various other places, valuing each
door at $20.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Nov. 13. Maximum tempera
ture. 60 deg.; minimum, 47. River reading
11 A. M.. S feet; change In past 24 hours, none.
Total precipitation. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.. 0.03
inch; total since September 1, 1904, 3.7G inches;
normal. 8.11: deficiency. 4.35. Total sunshine
November 12, 1904, none; possible, 9 hours and
6 minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea level),
at t P. II.. 29.09.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C.
Red Bluff ...
Salt Lake City...
San Francisco ..
Tatoosh Island ..
Walla Walla ....
, O.W: O'SIS
,001 T 'jB
Ught. T trace.
The storm off Vancouver Island moved rapidly
eastward, aad the winds attending Its passage
were not severe. The highest reported was 48
miles southeast at North Head. Light rain
has fallen in Washington and Western Oregon,
and the indications' are that the rains will con
tinue for another day or two.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 F. M. for
28 "hours ending at midnight, November 14:
Portland and vicinity Bain; southerly winds.
Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho
Occasional rain: southerly winds. Increasing to
brisk and possibly high along the coast.
. Southern Idaho Increasing cloudiness, prob
ably .followed by rain Tuesday.
EDWARD A. SEALS. District Forecaster.
OLD GOLD, JEWSLR MADE OYER OR
exchanged: diamonds, precious atones, loose
and saountea; watcnes. jeweiry repaired; ciose
prices; good worn, iingry. tne Jewejer,
E. cor. 3d and Washington. Breeden bidg..'
FOR" SALE CHEAP 4 HOUSES ON FIFTH
and Flaaacrs. Apply "ovey sro. uia&i co.,
Sixth: aad Davis.
Two Buildings forSale
Tou can buy bow two buildings very cheap
In order to get rid of them to make room
for a brick fcuuaing. or particular see
We Sell Ingrains, per Yard, at 45c
We Sell Royal Wiltons, Yard, $3.50
We sell every standard grade "between at lowest
prices, and in a wealth of patterns that makes select
tion a pleasure and satisfaction a certainty.
You prohably need a new Carpet; if not, you may
BUGS In all grades and six.
We have a special lot of Axrain
ster, Velvet and jBrossela Bugs
MATTINGS A recent importa
tion from China and Japan at
prices to suit.'
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 Third Street
nSZi MXTSCKAX, TVM.
$3 PER DAY
r aad apward.
New Bundlsr. elegantly Faraislked,
cmx skx lwrrniT apr.T.iw
SEVENTH AND ANKENY STS.
ROOMS 75c TO S2.W PER DAY.
A. J. DEETZ, Maaagcr.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
t t f tmi. at i an int. mr. Tamhlll. at
10 A. M." J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
. . rriTsrif rr in TT rvc TV "Rpr-
uiar convrouuii . . . .v..
Pythian Hall, eighth floor, Marouam building.
page KanK. v.urr---v n r
FRED P. HOLM. K. of R. ad S.
. . . -r-.-. rvr rnnms vn 19 A . P.
& A. M. Stated communication thla
(Monday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in the M. M. Degree. Visitors
arc cordially Invited. By order of
the W. M. W. M. DE LIN, aecretary.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14. O. E. S. A regular
communlcaUon this (Monday) evening,
at 8 o'clock. By order W- M.
SARAH B. GUERIN, Secretary.
SMITH-In this city, Nov. 12. 1904. Charles
Smith, agea so years. un "
BLACKBURN Kldgefield. Noy. 18.
John Ward, the InfanVeon of J. W. and Lulu
WHITCOMB In this city. Nov. 13. 1904. at 258
Thirteenth si., xjcnim. nuiiuu,
years. 8 month and 20 days. Funeral notice
POTTS At Santa Monica, Cal S. K. Potts.
75 years OI age, Deiarou jauwr ui
E Potts, of Gales Creek; Otto Potts.
California: Mrs. John SlroWn, of Turner;
Mrs. Charies Neale. of Portland.
JENNINGS J. N. Jennings, at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital, l-TJcay. x a., ji. tuw
from Flnley's undertaking parlors, at 2 P. M.
todar. Friends invited.
ORTON In this city. Nov. 13. 1804. at the
family resioence. omniou tv, ouiri
Orion, aged 68 years. The deceased was the
wife of John Orton and mother of John.
James and Nellie V. Orton, of this city, and
Mrs. T. H. Monaghan. of Carson, Wash.
The funeral sen-Ices will be held at the
Church of the Immaculate Heart, comer pt
Williams ave. and Stanton St., at 10 A. M..
Tuesday. Nov. 15. Friends Invited. New
York City and Newburg papers please copy.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
iuccrsson to Dosslsc Caaaploa. ader-
takers aBd eaBnunn m erw f
talL 7th aad rtee, Paoae Mala 44. 'Lady
EDWAKD KOLXAN C04 UBdertatwi asd
ecasalssers, bare ssered to their sew baUd
Sag, TUrd aad Sabsaa. Lady a is) r taut.
Telc?aee K. T.
3. P. FINTJEY SON, Twmenl Direeieca,
cor. Sd aad fcCadfeea. OsSee et Crartr Oer
eecr. Lady aatlatnvt. Tel a on a No. .
T. S. DUNNING, UBdericjcer, 414 East
Alder. Lady aatlstaat. Telegaaaa East X.
Worthington , Compound
Duplex Pump, 'second
hand, A I condition. Size
inc 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Iaqwlre A. W. Ceckraa,
THE BED FRONT STABLE "WILL SE
sold. Including ail contests, horses, bug
gies, harness, wagons, feed, lease aad good,
will, at public auction, xnarsaay, Aovena
ber 17, at 24 N. lith St., If :M rtvf, te
tlM algket bldier.
LTWOLEUMS American, English
and Scotch, including a splendid
kitchen linoleum, at, per square
SHADES Made from hand
painted opaque, mounted on
Hartshorn rollers. We are glad
to give estimates on shade work.
manship C W. 3C3MWLBS, Mr.
FKTUIB, fM .
Sl.Oa, $t.SO, $2.00 par Day
made to twlH
Bd Stojr 1 geatl-
meat. The maa
axemestt will be
pleased at all
timet to abow
reams asd givt
riee. A mmki
Tarklsei bat e
tabilsh m m u la
U- .C BOWERS.
first-Class Reetssrast In Coaaectlea,
9Um Heat. Electric Lights.
TO MONEY SAVERS
THE OtpEST TRUST COMPANY!
Will pay 4 per cent. Interest on, any com
Ion Certificates cf Deposit to roa twelra i
raontns straignu zar sums or coo asd-
upwaras ws issue our iea&aa crua-
I cates oi Deposit to ran zor S years.
' wun iniertsi a per cent, as per
smiannuai coupons attacnea. mar
sums of $500 and upwards, we tea
our special certlneates or Deposit.
t payable on 60 days' can with Interest
at 4 per cent. These, are rally de-
scnoea in our dook oz uiascnueM,
wmen we win sena you. we wel
come small suras in cur eaTlags
, ueiMuxssesn. ana par a-per ceat
Linterest. Corretpondenee solicit-
lea aii questions, antwerea tsy
sad Tract Co. f Oregsaa,
iuv inxra eireet.
ItnU. X. COHEN. President, t
S. LIS FAOET. Bee.
J. O. OOLTRA
J14-O0 EftPh' T" 7-roona modern
51UV XiRt,- noujes at Woodlawn.
part cash. '
$300) Tea 'ots' w'il1 S-room cottage.
$1200 I"ourroom cottage, new.
$1300 lxroom mo5ern house, lot 50x100.
$1000 io0m coltse' ru,t trees- Jot BOs
Killings & "ford, boo iicKay bidg.
Third and Etark.
Wanted: Agency for Sawmill
Ageacy wasted far Inaaber mill oa CelsBt-
bla KItct, wUk easocKy of er ;s,M
feet per day. with wharf facilities' aad 15
feci ef water, lew tMe. All bills dlseoHBsed
saad adTaaeea made ea catrgoe.
NORTH COAST COMMERCIAL CO.
98 Crocker BMtr S Francisco.
Mortgage Loans Sasd Upwards
Keal Estate City asd Farm
Insurance ia All. Limes
A. II. BIRBELL,
90S-3 aieKay BoUdlng. Third asd Stark.
For Rent or Lease after Jan.
1st, a brick storeroom, 25x100
on Third St, suitable for show
business, etc. P 75, Oregonlan
318 Worcester Black
Estate werk. Special aad arfe4eal aaits.
WNtanette Heights Residence
Owaer leavbHC town and win sell destrasls
and wen-leeated T-roosa noase. -reiijpBsse
Utm Qmi Theater . t. h
Phone Mala 868. mrntn mmh
. This evening, at 8:30 o'clock.
MISS PAULINE SHERWOOD
And his own orchestra. In grand concert.
Prices, S1.50, Jl, 75c, 50c Carriagea at
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
w. T. rAAUL, li&sioent manager.
Phone Main 868.
TOMORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON,
at 2:15 o'clock, the
33 Alaska Indians 32
In a concert of popular and classic music
"A musical treat." Puget Sound papers.
Prices Entire lower floor. 75c Entire bal
cony, 50c Entire gallery, 25c
Hemeaoer afternoon, narr evening.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. PANGLB Resident Manager.
Phone Main BSS.
Tuesday and "Wednesday nights. November 15,
ia. iwh. tne romantic actor,
In two superb scenic productions.
TutfarlkM. I YctoesttTElcht. v
HEARTSEASE THE SEC8R4 IX CfaHAII
Prices Entire lower floor. SI. Balcony. 75c
50c Gallery, 35c, 25c Boxes and loges, $7.50.
SEATS ARE NOW SELLING.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. P ANGLE, Resident Manager.
Phone Main 8(53.
(Tuesday) Mornlqg. at 10 o'clock.
ADVANCE SALE OF SEATS
Will open for
Twa performances only. November 17,
Thursday afternoon, Thursday night.
Prices, both matinee anH nirht Lower
floor, JL50. Balcony, $L 75c," 0c,' Entire
gallery, 50c Boxes and loges, $10.
Columbia Theater mdLlV
Two packed audiences screamed with laugh
ter yesterday. Positively tunny. Every line a
laugh. AH this week the popular Columbia
Etock Company, In the great thre-&ct farce
, Information regarding prices and how to
Prices Evening. 15c. 25c. 85c. 50c: gallery.
15c Matinee, 10c, 15c and 2Sc; gallery. 10c.
All day down town Ticket office open at
Howe & Martin's drugstore, Sixth and Wash
ington, from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Main 110.
After 7 P. M., at the theater. 14 th and "Wash
ington, 7 to 10 P. M. Phone 311.
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park aad WaasiBfftea.
The Best aad Most Fasblea
able Vaudeville Theater
3 Alvolas 3
The Yale Duo
CARTER AND MEND ELL.
ADELINE BIRCH LER.
THE MUSICAL HARTS.
BbowlBs; tbo great morlBr picture. '"The.
Great Baak Robbery."
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M., 7:30 to 10:30
P. M. General admission, 10c; reserved box
CORD RAT'S THEATER
CORD RAT & RUSSELL. Managers.
Portland's on out popular playhouse.
Tonight and every evening this week,
OLLIB MACK and JOE W. SPEARS
present the big fun crowd.
GALLAGHER AND BARRETT,
in the evergreen success,
Some singing. Some dancing. Some nonsense..
25 people 25, mostly girls. ' Nice folks like It.
Prices, 10c, 20c. SOc; special reserved seats,
50c. Matinee, 25c, any part of bouse; chil
dren (special seats), 10c
KHATINO & FLOOD, Managers.
Third and Tamhlll.
EASGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The Orlgiaal Family Vaudeville House.
Fern Comedy Four
HOPPER AND BURRELL.
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 SO to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 1Q P.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
any matinee, except Sundays and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
EHCTH ST.. OPP. OREGONIAN.
PROGRAMME FOR THIS WEEK
ROBERTS Jt CO.
TRAINED BULL TERRIERS.
THE TRAIN ROBBERY'
ON THE VITASCOFE.
ALL FOR 10 CENTS.
Afternoons from 2 to 4:30; evenings from
7 to 10:30. Continuous on Sundays.
EAST 4000 TERMS.
Hoyt St., bet. 7th and East Park.
Telephone Main 44.
Mortgage Loans --City Property
At Lowest Current Rates.
Apply FRANK E. HART.
105 Sherlock bidg.
Warrants aad stocks bought aad sola. J. W.
Crathars A Cx. Chamber of Com sa arcs.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
PARTIES WANTING NICE SUBURBAN
home of l?i acres, see H. G. SIbray, "room
60S Commercial Blk.
FOR SALE LOT 50x100 AND HOUSE OF 8
rooms. No. 211 12th st- Apply J. P. Bro
naugh. 144 4th it.
FINE SMALL ACREAGE ON CAR, LINE:
cheap and easy terme. Frank Melvln. 302
CHEAP 2 COTTAGES. FINE CONDI-
Uon, on sightly quarter-block ; will divide.
326 E. 11th st.
LOTS ON UNION AVE.. ALBINA HOME
stead. cheap. Inquire 504 Goldsmith st..
-eh. n-snnu rVrnAf5V; ttttt.t. Trvr
feaced: e0. H. Hatae'.d. Mulkey bl4g... ad
$1000 CORNER LOT. S. Ev COR. HOOD AND
U rover s.. iw teei as nova su bct owner.
211 GIbbs C
rJBOe-THREE MODERN. SIX-ROO HOUSES
c4Q0e in : yearly jcoc jui ; zjmm. km. us
OK WB8T 8IDC. KICK HOsCB. IS XIX
ts walk ta ( ef sitr. 7sm Mate
FOR SALE SSAL S6TATK.
FOR SALE. 13790.09.
Corbett st.. near Bancroft aveo 19-rooca
bouse, good condition, modern, lot 4felM;
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
109 Third street.
FOR SALE. 1260.00.
In Woodstock. Portland's most attractive
suburb: lota 100x100; every lot a corner; $10
down. elO per month.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
109 Third street.
FOR 8 ALE. I27J0.00.
Hawthorne ave.. strictly modern, two-story
six-room bouse on corner; recently built and
In excellent condition lot worth 41300; house
cost to build $2000. A rare bargain.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 Third street.
FOR SALE CHICKEN RANCH. ABOUT 2
acres; good house, fruit, terries, out duiio
lnga; running stream of water, all for S130U;
14 down, balance on time to suit buyer. This
is located In Seilwood. O. H. Wallberr. 562
JJmatllla ave. Phone Scott 183.
FOR SALE CHEAP HALF ' BLOCK OF
fine residence property in Toledo, wastu;
best location In town; will make a splen
did home for some one, and must be sold
at once. For. particulars address E. F.
Carpenter. Toledo. Wash.
1 550 SPLENDID 4-EOOM COTTAGE,
f350 Ctaqlco 6-room house, easy pay
ments. Funk. Ill Ablngton Bidg.
REAL ESTATE $1250 TWO OF THE MOST
desirable lots in iiroojuyn. ironung on r
7th and 8th sts., south of Ellsworth. Phone
Main 4948, or call 708 Everett at.
FOR SALE A SNAP FOR A FEW DATS;
J4S00 will buy fine property on ein at., west
Side; will pay 10 per cent on money Invested.
Owner. Address C 75. Oregonlan.
YOUR CHOICE TEN NEW 5 AND 8-ROOM
cottages with 100x90 each; 515 a month;
on Montavtlla car, opposite broom fac
tory. Union 4015.
$500 BUYS NEAT LITTLE HOUSE; BIG
oargain; leaving town account. 01 nustsi-,
you will buy If you see It; $400 cash. Owner,
187 E. 6th.
OWNER WILL SELL EAST SIDE 7-ROOM
house very reasonable and on easy terms, as
he la leaving town. Price, S1750. V 73.
FOR SALE NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE. WITH
full lot and good basement;, one-half block
from car-line. Inquire 640 El 17th st. South.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
84600 NEW MODERN, S-ROOM HOUSE.
23d at.; nothing like it lor the money;
move right In. W. H. Grlndstaff, 246 Stark.
FOR SALE 10-ACRE FRUIT FARM AD-
Joinlng city limits; nign Kate or cultivation;
at sacrifice. Room 325, Chamber Commerce.
FOR SALE MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
prettiest little nome in AiDins, cneap. xss
Hah Ttafael at., cor. Rodner ave.
HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY;
come on easy payments), ixrr Dargains see
Weldon & Tatbam. 145ft 3d st.
FOR SALE COO ACRES STUMP LAND. If
miles from Portland. Inquire 2S7 E. Mor
rison st. C R. Davis Fuel Co.
FOR SALE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE,
Weet Side, close In; corner lot. Address
Owner. K 75, Oregonlan.
$725 NEW HOUSE 3 FULL LOTS. BARN,
woodshed; water tn house. 1298 E. 14th. N.
FOR SALE 8-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN.
mil. jut, Baffjiin. oo unua rt.
HOME CORNER LOT. S ROOMS. 9675 CASH.
Berry & Alexander. 4 N. 6th.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FARMS. ALL SIZES. 60 TO 300 ACRES, ALL
In cultivation; In the best -agricultural sec
tion of Western Oregon. 1 hours' ride of
Portland: good Improvements In way of build
ings; prices. S25 to $50 per acre. Call and
secure a bargain before prices are doubled.
One farm with 340 acres cultivated for $18.
Cook. 261 Alder St.
$37.50 PER ACRE; 80-ACRB FARM NEAR
electric line. Clackamas County; first-class
soil, two-thirds In cultivation, good house,
bams, outbuildings; orchard; fenced and
cross-fenced; living water. 118 Ablngton bidg.
$25 PER ACRE WAS PAID IN 1884 FOR 320
acres on Tualatin River; price now $19.
3a0-acre farm, Clackamas County, .purchased
11 years ago at $10,000, will now be sold at
sacrifice. Valley Land Co., 43 1st st.
FOR SALE CHEAP 180 ACRES OF GOOD
land on railroad" and river in Clark County.
Washington: price $3.50 per acre; Is worth
$6. Inquire Room 738 Chamber of Commerce.
FINE FARM, 55 ACRES, NICELY IM
p roved. S miles east; electric car, flaa
roads; 6 acres Winter apples Just bearing;
fine soil, excellent water. 227 Front.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming lands, abundance of good water;
making up party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postoffice.
FOR SALE A SECTION OF LAND, WBST
ern Lane Co., suitable for dairying" and
ctockraislng. Cascara nearly pays pries.
W 100. Oregonlan.
40 ACRES, 7 MILES FROM PORTLAND.
- near car-line; hourly service soon: $1000
cash, balance time. Box 73. Beaverton. Or.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 40-ACRE
'farm within 7 miles of the Courthouse for
$4000. L. E. Thompson & Co., 228 3d.
SNAP 160 ACRES. NEAR GRANT'S PASS.
3 miles from railroad; on account of sick
ness. Owner. J 77. Oregonlan.
"RARE BARGAINS $1600 BUTS 255 ACRES
sear Brownsville. P. O. Box' 273. Oregoa
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Arrovtd. unrestricted, ready for lmmedlats
-vse. LOWEST PRICES.
EL F. A F. B. Riley. 608 Chamber Commerce.
.FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
cr guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maglnnls & Son. 227 Failing bidg..
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
scrips: general land practice. CoIIIes Lead
Co., Concord Bidg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP NOW
ready. H. B. Compaoa, 61S Maxquam bidg.
27 ACRES FINELY IMPROVED. S MILBS
from Courthouse. 5 acres apple orchard,
good, house, barn. Implements, stock, etc.
for city property. L. E. Thompson, 228 3d.
FOR RENT 12 ACRES OF ONION LAND;
this Is a good chance for gardeners ;. for cash
rent. P. O. H. Rossi. Montavilla, Or.
A GREAT BARGAIN' SALOON; BUILDING
beautifully fitted up, having 16 rooms above.
Apply 453 12th.
LARGE "WAREHOUSE, WITH TRACKAGE,
central. Apply Wakeaeld. Fries &. Co, 23
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED HOMESTEAD . RELINQUISH
raent. vicinity Hood Rlter; must be cheap
for cash. J 74. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FARM. ALL UNDER CULTIVATION, AND
hop land, near Charapoeg. Sfl Hood at.
Phone Frost 877.
YAMHILL FARM. 220 ACRES. READY FOR
seeding; cash only, but cheap. Cook. 361
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
TIMBER LAND WITH 8669 CORDS WOOD.
2 miles from city limits; caa give -terms.
Star Investment Co., No. 4 Nortb Slfc. op
mCsMsmaas PasW1m J
Jawrara Bsmsrv wcwB9
140 BUYS NICE POKY AND SADDCS; OflK
tle aad good driver. 3t N. 14tk at. Pbeoe
bvys esse seSss
HesMs, YeMelea asd Kinew,
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-KAND
vmct-vi a v.on jar saie or Eire, sii vasa.
FOR SALE A FiVE-TEAR-OLD HORSE. 123
SELF-PLAYING PIANOS JUST ARRIVED.
lae laiesr. ana grandest Invention, in pianos,
the Ceciliaa selt-playlng piano; prices reaeon
ablo; terms easy. E. U. Wills Music-House.
36Q Alder st.
HARD MAN GRAND PIANO NEARLY NEW.
in pencci conumon; win d sola at a great
sacrifice. Apply 350 Alder st.
PIANO SPECIAL-SCHABFFER PIANO:
fancy mahogany, nearly new. $195. 350 Alder
sr. A bargain.
FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION, TACOMA.
vvaao., noTeojDer zs. lu o Clock A. n.t at
No. 1701 Dock St., the Quartermaster JJry
doek, with ail Its tools and appurtenances,
aad about 266 acres of land adjoining, wita
buildings, water system, etc.. the steamer
Starling, the Pugst Sound Drydock k. Ma.
chine- Company's- valuable machine, .shops' at
Tacoma, lease of the ground, patterns, tools,
stock on band, and all property of whatsoever
sort owned by the said company; all subjsct
only to first-mortgage 30-year 4 per cent
beads. For detail list of. property, terms
aad conditions, apply- to H. S. Griggs, Treas
urer, i -
FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. TACOMA.
.-uecemoer i. iw, iu o Clock A. Jt..
CcniBty Coertboase. G-etreet entrance. $.
300.00 flrst-mcrtgage bonds, and same amount
of stock of Puget Sound Drydock A 'Machine
Company; valuable lots and acreage- In 'Pu
csaa and .Pierce Cantle: also xnaay Judg
ments and notes. For detail list of proper
ties, term, and conditions, apply to Settle
ment Company, Taeema, Wash.
DORS YOUR ROOF LEAK I
-.Repair- It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs .so .painting, or coating; good of er
eld Iron, tin or shingles; "best -for new roob.
Etaterita Rooting. Co., room 3. Hamilton b!4g.
FOR' BALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
uiiuuv uu pool iau.cb i cslmy oxjoasa; wa
reat tables, with privilege of buying. Mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Braaswlck-Balke-CoIIender.
49 Sd St. '
FOR SALEONE REMINGTON ALUMINUM
rrame typewriter No a; perfect condition;
less than a month's- actual use. Woodard,
Clarke & Co.
A 'VERY NEAT SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
ring; original cost $20; only $11. Uncle
Myers, 143 3d st., near Alder.
SECOND-HAND ORGAN. GOOD CONDITION;
piano attachment, chapel style, at Graves A
Co., 323 Washington.
Moving, picture film, rang slides, maglo lan
terns). T. P. Andrews. 10 Moat.. S. F.. CaL
D7 YOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT LtVB FIR.
oak and ash wood, go to Hoover A Conway.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office Roods,
rubber stamps, cafes. Coast Co.. 231 Stark.
FOR SALE CASH REGISTER $40, S SLOT
machines. 2 card, 1 Chicago. 294 Hancock.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 W0LFF-
junencasa now 920. 7tn ana Mofflson.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS Wo selL rent.
repair mi xnacnines. J. a. uuxiey, S3 4tn.
$40 BUYS A SEALSKIN COAT. LENGTH,
sugnuy- worn. Aaarees 1 40, uregonian.
FOR SALE- ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE.
295 Stanton st.
FRESH COW FOR SALE 336 STANTON ST..
HELP WANTED MALE.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened tne of his famous barber colleges -at
644 Clay st.. San Francisco. Special Induce
ments this mbnth; positions guaranteed;
tuition earned while learning. Write cor
rect number, 644 Clay St., San Francisco,
LOGGERS, MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB-
crere. city aaa ccanuy; mea ana uixi.
farm bands aad. milkera, -restauraat aad
mese-hoaie belp; work ef all klada, Ca
nadian Employment Ce. 246 BuraeWe aad
226ii Morrisoa. Phons Main 3074.
WE WANT- SOLICITORS FOR THE
best proposition ever offered on the Coaax;
something sew; don't fall to investigate.
Northwestern Mutual Benefit Association.
38 Russel bidg.. 165 H 4th st., after 10
POSITIONS $1000 TO $3000 PER YEAR
for managers, bookkeepers, salesmen, etc.
Offices in eight cities. Plan and booklot oa
application. Call and see us. Suite 45, Con
cord blk. Pacific Commercial Bureau. Inc.
WANTED ANY PERSON DESIRING TO
make money safely, surely, quickly, right
here at home on an investment of $23 to
$150. will answer this "ad." for personal In
terview right away. S 67. Oregonlan.
WANTED "WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR
clerks, bookkeepers, office man. managers,
talesmen: If wanting high-class positions,
call or write National Commercial Bureau,
room 29, Alasworth bidg.
"WANTED 100 SINGERS. ACTORS, Musi
cians, for vaudeville circuit and Portland
World's Fair. Newman's1 Vaudeville Circuit,
the Raleigh, 6th asd Washington.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS COMMIS
SI an; newspapers; periodicals, magazines,
trade journals, 418 Chamber of Commerce,
Clydo's Advertising Agency.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO BECOME A
correspondence clerk; will qualify you In your
own home; big salary. Address E. C, cars
$5,00 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE BEST
typewriter on earth; salary or commission.
McLain & Co.. Room 14, Starr-Boyd bidg.,
WANTED GOOD. STEAD 1. INDUSTRIOUS
married man to. take care of horses; no chil
dren; must give references. Apply 45 1st at.
HUSTLERS. EITHER SEX. SALARY OR
commission, can make1 $10 day. Call' or write
U. S. A, 342 Sberjock bidg., Portland. Or.
WANTED CAPABLE FOREMAN FOR GOOD
sized water-pipe Job In Seattle; state expe
rience. Address T 82, care Oxegonlan.
WANTED TAILOR: GOOD MAN FOR COUN
try. to, work by the weeki steady job. Apply
D. B." KcBride & Co.. 84 6th st.
MAN WITH 5 YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS
bookkeeper, wants position; good refer
ences. E 72. Oregonlan.
WANTED STRONG, RELIABLE DELIVERY
boy to drive wagon. Apply 237 Morrison st..
WANTED A NUMBER OF GOOD STOCK
salesmen. J. F. Huret. 30854 Washington
st.. room 28.
Mea wasted to learn barber trade. Barber
College 742 Howard st.. San Francisco.
WANTED JAPANESE BOY, EXPERIENCED
In Boseework. Apply 270 6th' st.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.. CURES ALL PHI
vate diseases cf mea.
FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER WANTED. S.
"Jacobs, 152 6th st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED YOUNG LADY FOR - RECEP-tlon-room;
-must be experienced in photo
studio work; none other seed aply. 801
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, WAIT
ers," chambermaid, general' workers. St.
Loots Agency, 23H Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED 2 EXPERIENCED LADY CAN
vaseers; big money, easy proposition. "Rem
brandt. 404 Ablngton bidg.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Inquire forenoon, 206
7th St., near Madison. ...
"WANTED GOOD, EXPERIENCED GIRL TO
do waiting -for restaurant. Boeton Kitchen,
129 N. 0th et.
WANTED TWO LADIES- TO ' CANVASS,
good wages; roust be experienced. S01 De
WANTED EXPERIENCED PASTRY COOK.
Imperial Grocery-Dellcateeeen, 436 Wanning
A NEAT, CAPABLE GIRL FOR- GENERAL
housework. Apply at 237 N. 24th a.
GIRL TO' ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSE,
work; no cooking. Call 41 Davis- st.
GDXL WANTED FOR LIGHT WORK IK
taller ihop. 3tf Morrison str
GIRL FOR COOKING AND "GENERAL
fceaseworkL. Call 215 K. Mth C .
GIRL WANTBD .TO. ASSIST IN. GENERAL
hcjMework. 12 N. 18th.
S1RL FOR GEXXKAL XOUSKWOBjC; GOOD
seett. 4m AlBtri su sC
FIRST-CLASS PASTRY COOK. 3f
RL TO WAS DHfftBC AT H
HELP WANTED FALC
WANTED LADT SOLICITORS FOR SsttT
proposition ever offered on the Coaet; be4M-tblng-
sea-; don't fall to investigate: ceill
after 10 A. M., Northwestern Mutual Bene
fit Association. W Russet bldgV. lt4 Jtb.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CH Alt -
" iin. Kwmm. wuircasesL Burse 8rtIJL
second- rirlv -booselieepers. noueewdrk. US
to SS0. CaBdlea Parlors. tU Morrison.
Phone Math 1823. . .
WANTED AT . ONCEr-COMPETENT AiD
experienced bookkeeper, salary $80 month
ly; short hour. Sae oAce; answer la your
own handwriting;. L 83 Oregonlan.
"WANTED 100 .SINGERS; ACTORS. Musi
cians, for vaadevllle circuit and Portlahd
"World'avFalr. "Newsaan-'a Vaudeville Ctreuit,
the . Raleigh, 6th. and -.Washington.
WANTED GHtL FOR DININGROOM AND
hessowork. Inquire mornings, 341 11th tt.
.SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
NATIONAL St ; CONTINENTAL DIST. CO..
270H"Wash. bidg.- room 3U. Pboae Main 1TTS.
Distributors of all kinde of advertising mat
tr asd' samples; 'guaraafee advertiser against
all -loss; mall or telephone .orders.
BT ,YOUNG MAN. AD. WRITER. SHOW
card . writer and bookkeeper; references. G.
Wilson. Y. M. C. A. Spokane. Wash.
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION CAN FURNISH
domestic servants-farmer and all kinds of
help. 268 Everett. Black 992.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. WITH 8 YEARS'
experience la bottling business, wishes some
work.. N 73.. Oregonlan. .
BOY ATTENDING SCHOOL WANTS TO
work for board. Holmes Business College.
Y. M-- C- A. bidg.
JAPANESE BOY WISHES TO WORK IN
small private family and attend school.
H 74. Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
to. do good cooking and housework. Y 81.
GOOD TEAMSTER WISHES A JOB TEAM
lsg. Call 236 N. 18th st.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Boekkcepet aat Bteaograehers.
COMPETENT YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPH-,
er desires polities; experieaced and with best
of reference. F 75, care Oregon im.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
stenographer; moderate salary; good refer
ences. R 64. Oregonlan.
SHIRTWAISTS IN THE LATEST FASH
lons, SOc up; also plain sewing. 270 Market
at., bet. 3d and 4ttf.
FIRST-CLASS DRBSSMAXTNG ; SHIRT
walsU from. 75c- tip. 164 W. Park st. Phone
SITUATION- WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
In email family by an educated and com
petent German woman, with' schoolboy; city
or country. T 72. care. Oregonlan.
"WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
by refined lady. 45: widower preferred;
pleasant home, small wages. H 2008 Gard
ner ave.. Spokane.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP FOR WID
owers family in city, by cultured lady; ref
erences exchanged. Address T 73. Oregonlan.
POSITION BY CAPABLE. RESPECTABLE
lady as housekeeper or landlady. V 69.
RELIABLE JAPANESE GIRL WANTS
situation to cook and do housework. K 82.
WANTED PLACE TO COOK BY COLORED
woman. L. A. F.. 571 Raleigh.
LADY HAVING EXPERIENCE AT NURSINu
would 'like situation; willing to do some
housework. W 72, Oregonlan.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES DAY
work; preparation of dinners and. luncheons
a specialty; also sweeping, cleaning and
laundering-. Phone Main 1625.
YOUNG LADY. COLLEGE" GRADUATE? r
wants position as governess or traveling
companies; testlmoniala. A 73. Oregonlan.
REFINED EDUCATED WOMAN WANTS
position as lady's companion or lady at
tendant in office. V 68. Oregonlan.
POSITION AS TRAVELING COMPANION TO
party going Bouth tor Winter; referescea ex
changed. Addreea N 72. Oregonlan..
JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION TO HELP
cook in family or hotel. Answer by mail.
K. Umazoso, 121 N. 15th st. -
SITUATION WANTED. BY WOMAN TO DO
day work of any klnd. Phone Red. 2934.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY. PHONE
Clay D36, room' 9.
WANTED INTELLIGENT. ACTIVE PHR
sQco, ladies or gentlmes. to take orders for
works of art ; salary or commission. M 82.
WANTED TWO UP-TO-DATE PHOTO
coupon sellers; ladles orgeatx. Rembrandt
Studio. Ablngton bidg.
WANTED GOOD AGENTS FOR NEW
novelties. Apply 222. Ablngton bidg.
WANTED PICTURE AGENTS; NEW OF
fer;. big: jnoney., SOlDekua .bldsv. . -
WANTED TO RENT;
IF YOU WANT TP KEEP YOUR HOUSE,
flat or housekeeping rooms (furnished or
unfurnished) 'always rented. -list them -with
PACIFIC COAST LAND CO.
Phose Black 1901. 211 Allsky Bidg.
We rent bouses, collect rents and. take
charge of property.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
bouse. If yoa' have a house, te rest. . see us
or send description. Wrmake ne charge for
renting. H. E. Edwards 187 1st st.
GENTLEMAN WISHES FURNISHED- ROOM
In private family; state terms. Address "V
82. care Oregonlan. , J
MARRIED. COUPLE WILL . LOOK AFTER
girl between the- agea of 4 and 12; will have
good home; terms reasonable. C 81, Orego
nlan. WANTED MEN'S- CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 62 N. Sd. Phoae Hood. 51T.
DOG WANTED ONE ST. ' BERNARD OR
Newfoundland bitch, 1 or 2 years old. P. H.
8taxk, Pokegama Or.
WANTED A HOME FOR BABY - GIRL. 16
months? good' pay to proper party. Address
K 81. Oregonlan.
WANTED FROM PRIVATE PARTY. $50; SE
curlty four times amount; bonus $5; Interest.
E 74. Oregonlan.
WANTED BY TOUNG MAN. CARPBKTERJ
private lessons. Is architectural draw lsg. S
71. Oregoa ianv N
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50e at HOOLA
seach'e. 367$ Taylor. feet. -3d aad 4tb.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tls of all kinds. Fasae East 3966.
NICE PRIVATE HOME FOR CHILDREN;
terms -reasonable. Phone Main 1806.
SECOND-HAND SAFE IN GOOD CONDI,
tlon. L 72. Oregoaiaa.
PLEASANTLY FURNISHED FRONT AL
cov'eand rear otsMe rooms; gas ad phone,
reasonable. Mala 8667. 806 C1T at.
NEWLY RENOVATED AND KICKY TUR
! frettt reeeas. steam beat. bet, etc;
reasae.ble. close la.. 387 TambllL
THE DEXTER NO. 13 I2TJK. COR. WASH
lagtes. sdse oeeefy reams. ata4e. ea evlte,.
traaslear. Fhe Qeeeef a.
SXLKCT FAMILY HOTELS', ROOMS EX
suite or stagle; traaeieats; 17ti -aa-a Mor
rison st. Phone Mia IMS.
FINE. LARGE FURXWKBD- DOtC; ALL
modera ceavenieBeea; aear eae Hste mmi rea
soaabie. 4S E. Iwstict.
96SK WASWOtOTOir -reoeas,
$LM f $8. walk,
traaetaats ,Me te ,Te. ,
wiHiMi Ur two;