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. IKE MOENING OHJEGONIAH, WEDNESDAY, . NOVEMBER 'IS,
GRANT NOT GUILTY
Jury ReturnsVerdict After Five
DEFENSE SPRUNG SURPRISES
Showed by Bill of Sale That Grant
Had Disposed of Gambling Para-
i phernalU Over a Month Bc-
j fore His Arrest.
In the case of Peter Grant, charged with
running a gambling-bouse on July 21 last.
the iurv. sworn to try the case, returned
a. verdict of not sullty In Judge Cle
land's Court yesterday afternoon at 4.
o'clock, after deliberations lasting five
The defense SDrunc a surprise in the
nature of a bill of sale, executed by
Grant and Kate Solomon, of the roulette
wheel and other gambling instruments
of the Portland Club, on June 24. nearly
& month before the arrest, to Edwin
Richardson. Raleigh Trimble and George
Williams testified that they were wit
nesses to the conveyance and identified
their signatures as such on the paper.
E. B. Williams, attorney, testified that
he had drawn un the papers. The con
sideration for the sale was 51500. Attor
ney Ed Mendenhall made the point, in
introducing this evidence, that there was
nothing to show Grant had regained pos
session of the property after the date of
the sale. The charge against Grant was
conducting a roulette game.
After the evidence was all in the at
torneys for the defense sprung a second
surprise. District Attorney Manning
made the opening argument for the prose
cution, and it was supposed Henry E,
McGinn, who appeared as special prose
cutor to assist Mr. Manning, would make
a. sensational speech to close the case.
following those of Grant's lawyers. But
both Mr. Mendenhall and S. C. Spencer.
af tec-h i.TUgct Attorney concluded his
vremarks, informed the court they had
nothlne to sav. Tsndp" the rules of Tirar-
tice, this shut Mr. Mcl55tn. out. He was
not permitted to address "the jury and
had to save his fireworks for a future
Immediately after the close of the Grant
trial, the case of the State of Oregon
against Nathan Solomon, jointly indicted
with Grant, was begun. Only eight jur
ors had been chosen when court ad
journed for the -day, as follows: Delos D.
Neer, T. W. B. London, Thomas Fox,
John J. Lee, H. C. Nicolai, J. M. Bar
rett, J. H. Pox. W. G. McCcrmick.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Nov. 15. Maximum tempera
ture, CO lit;.; minimum, CO. River reading at
11 A. il., 3.3 feet; change In past 24 hours.
rise 0.4 loot. Total precipitation. 5 P. SI. to
6 P. II., 0.30 inch; total since September 1,
1004, 4.32 Inches; normal, 8.49; deficiency, 4.17,
Total sunshine November 14, 1904, none; poes!
ble, 0 hours and 30 minutes. Barometer (re-
duced to sea level), at 5 P. II., 30.00.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
K J Wind. 2
. Hs s Ef
STATIONS. ti "
2 ca o
? : : :
Bakef City ....
Kamloops, B. C
North Head ...
Salt Lake City
I54i T I20.SW
"alla Walla C2'i0.O0!12lV
Light. T trace.
The stormy conditions announced yesterday
have now subsided, and all warnings have been
ordered down. At North Head the maximum
wind velocity was S8 miles from the southeast.
The wires to Tatoosh Island are down, and no
report has been received from that station
since morning. The rains attending the storm
were not heavy, being everywhere less than
half as Inch. No marked change In tempera
ture has yet occurred In the Pacific Northwest,
but the indications are that it will bo slightly
cooler Wednesday, and that but little If any
more rain will tall during the next 24 hours.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight. November 16:
Portland and vicinity Generally fair; south'
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Generally lair; southwest winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Partly cloudy, with probably occasional
light rains; cooler.
EDWARD A. REALS, District Forecaster.
CLASSIFIED AD. BATES.
"Rooms," "Booms and Board," "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations Wanted," J5
words or less, IS cents; 16 to 20 words, 2
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No ditt
count for additional insertions.
UNDER. ALL OTHER I LEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less
16 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-half; no farther discount un
dcr one month.
IMPORTANT The low second-tune rate on
advertising that runs either in the classified
columns, or under head ".New Today," will
be given only when advertising is inserted on
consecutive days. Dally and Sunday issues.
Advertising that Is scheduled to appear at
Intervals of one or more days apart will be
charged for at full one-time rate each in
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
cent per line, first Insertion: 10 cents per
Hue for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dreesed care The Oregonlan, and left at this
office, should always be inclosed in sealed-en
Telonee. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregon! on will sot be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through the
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. Wilson at salesroom. 160 1st st.
at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At residence, 5th St.. bet. Stark and Oak.
in ilntr A XT ! T. TIT
WETTLE To the wife of James Wettle.
carson ueignts. octooer 17. a daughter.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO. 4G,
A. F. & A. M. Stated communica
tion this (Wednesday) evening at
7:30 o'clock. Work F. C. degree.
visitors corciauy invited. Bi
J. H. RICHMOND, Sec
SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 2, L O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening
ot S o'clock. Second degree Visitors wel
come. M. OSVOLD, Sec
PORTLAND CHAPTER NO. S,
R. A. M. Stated convocation this
(Wednesday) evening -at 7:20
o'clock. Work in M. M. degree.
MX R A. K. are cordially Invited
to attend. HENRY ROE, Sec
"Nothing But Floor Coverings, Yet Vhole Store
Full of Those."
WE ARE SHOWING
A SPECIAL LINE OF
A few are in the windows, others
many others are not. It will pay
you to see them. Inlaids are
Cheaper than Hardwood ;
More Durable than Soft- .
; ' More Artistic than Either
We carry both American and Im-
ported, in two grades :
FIRST QUALITY INLAID,
pure cork and oil, solid colors
through to back; laid, per
square yard $1.75
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 Third Street
VKXXj METSCKAX, Frca.
imni tu imiisTH grain, miuii, ism
$3 PER DAY
All USE MENTS.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. FANGLE. Kesiaent .manager.
PHONE MAIN 868.
Tonight at S:15 o'Clock
LAST PERFORMANCE OF THE TOUNQ
The Military Comedy-Drama
"THE SECOND IN COMMAND."
PRICES Lower floor. $L Balcony, 75c and
50c. Gallery, 35c and 25c
Seats Are Now selling.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. rAAuUi, ite&iucu; juuutci,
PHONE MAIN 80S.
TWO PERFORMANCES ONLT TWO
Thursday Afternoon and Night. Nov. li, Iwh.
In the Bis Musical Comedy Success
PRICES FOR BOTH PERFORMANCES En
tire lower floor, $1.00. Balcony, first 6 rows.
$1; first 3 of last 6 rows, 75c: last 3 rows ra
balcony. 50c. Entire gallery, 50c Boxes and
loges. $10. Seats now selling.
Columbia Theater mSfiiF
Two packed audiences screamed with laugh
ter yesterday. Positively tunny. Every line a
laugh. All this week the popular Columbia
Stock Company, in the great three-act xarce
Information regarding prices and how to
Trir Rvenlnr. 15c. 25c. 35c 50c: gallery.
15c Matinee, loc 15s and 25c; gallery. 10c
All day down town Ticket office open at
Rowe & Martin's drugstore. Sixth and Wash
ington. Irom 10 A. M. o 1 P. M. Main 110.
After 7 P. M., at the theater, lth and waan
lngton, 7 to 10 P. M. Phone 31L
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park and Washingtoa.
The Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
The Yale Duo
CARTER AND MEN DELL.
THE 3 1 USICATo 'HARTS.
Showing the great moving picture. "The.
Great Bank 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
CORDRAY Si RUSSELL. Managers.
Portland's most popular playhouse.
Tonight and every evening this week.
OLLIE MACK and JOE W. SPEARS
present the big fun crowd,
GALLAGHER AND BARRETT,
in the evergreen success,
cnmi. intHnir Some dariclnK. Some nonsense.
23 people 25, mostly girls. Nice folks like It.'
Prir 10c. 20c 30c: sneclal reserved seats.
50c Matinee, 25c any part of house; chil
dren (special scaisj. iuc
KHATING & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
' EVERY SEAT !0c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The Original Family VaaAevilJe House.
Fern Ccrtnedy Four
HOITEK AND BURRELL.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. 11, 7:30-to 10:S0
. Admission, 10c to any seat.
EIXTH ST OPP. OREGONIAN.
programme for This Week.
LANE AND DECKER.
THE TWO MORTONS.
THE LAM O NT BROS.
-THE GREAT ELLWOOD.
NEW PICTURES ON THE VITASCOPE.
Afternoon from 2 to -4:80; evenings from
7 to 10:30; continuous bunuays z to 10:30
Any aat is tbe house 10 cent.
. COaX 0XX MTLT.TOX POT Tift
SECOND QUALITY INLAID,
same as the best, but lighter
weight, exclusive designs,
per square yard 1.50
C W. XNOWLX3, Mgr.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
sada to families
mod stasia gentle
men. The man
arement will ba
pleased at all
times to show
rooms and give
prices. A modern
Turkish bath es
H. C. BOWERS.
(Corner Alder and Seventh.)
2:30 to 4:S0; 7:50 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
II. This ad. and 30c will admit two people
any matlfiee. except Sundays and holidays.
TEN. CENTS NO fflGHEK,
DURHAM At Rlverdale. November 14, 100,
the residence of her son. R. L. Durham.
Miranda A. Durham, aged 9 years, 11
months and 6 days. Friends and ac
quaintances are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral services, which will be
held at the above residence at 11 A. M. to
day. November 10. Interment. Greenwood
Cemetery. Friends desiring to attend the
services take the train. Jenerson-street ae
pot, at 10:25 A. M., today; get off at River
NEWELL At Ealem, Or.. November 14. 1904.
Franklin P.. nusbana of Margaret E. New
ell, of this city, aged 53 years, " months
and 7 days. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully Invited to attend the fu
neral services, which will be held at Fin
ley's chapel at 3 P. M. today. Interment,
BERRY In this city, at the residence of her
son, A. C TJ. Berry, 444 carter st., on Nov.
12, IB04. Eiirabctn Mary Berry, age 61 years.
Funeral tocay cweanesaayj. jov. Id. ltKM
at 2 P. M., from Trinity Chapel. Friends
are Invited to attend. Interment Rlvervlew
Cemetery. Services at the grave private
EWING In this city at 537 Montgomery
street, on November 15, 1004, Elizabeth
Wood Ewlng. aged 54 years and 8 months.
Funeral Thursday, November 17. 1004, -at
i:3D 1. M. from tne above residence. Keia
tlves and friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. Interment. River View Cemetery.
LAUTENSCHLAEGER At Phoenix, Art
zona. November 9, 1904, George J. Lauten
schlaeger. aged 31 years. Funeral will
take place today, 1 F. M., from F. S. Dun.
nine's chapel, 414 East Alder. Friends
and comrades of Second Oregon Volunteers
DUNNING, MeENTEE ft GILBAUGK,
successors to iraamng & campioa, under
takers end embabners, naodera in every de
tail. 7th and Pine. Phone Mala 4S9. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO, Undertakers and
embalnven,' have ECtud to their new build
lag. Third and Sawn Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 567.
J. P. UNLET SON, Faaen nireciOx,
cor. Ed and Madison. Office ox CecaC" Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
P. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
THE RED FRONT STABLE WILL BE
sold. Including all contents, horses, bue
gles, harness, wagons, feed, lease and good
will, at public auction, Thursday, Novem
ber 17, at 26 N. 15th at.. 10:30 sharp, to
tne Highest maacr.
FOR SALE CHEAP 4 HOUSES ON FUTH
ana i ianaers. Apply i'ovey arcs; Ulau Ca
Sixth and Davis.
Eggs, 2 doz .....45c
Creamery Butter see
Good Creamery Butter.... ......45c
Best Creamery Butter..... 55c and 60c
Ranch Eggs 36c
Best Sugar Cured Hams 13c
Picnic and Cottage Hams. ....lie
Breakfast Bacon... .14c and 15c
5 Lbs. Pure Lard..., Sc
Java & Mocha Coffee. ................... 36c
50c Tea.. SOc
2 Lbs. Arbuckle Coffee.... 25c
Saturday Is Chicken Day. Chickens at
Your Own Price.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY, 264 YAMHILL.
Mortgage Loans 5sBe! Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm
Insurance in AIL Likes
362-8 Mckay Building. Third asd Starkt
318 Worcester Black
General practice. InvesUgaUoas.
Estate work. Special -an periodical audits.
Phase West 11.
Willamette Heights Residence
Owner leaving town and will sell desirable
and well-located 7-room house. Telephone
Mortgage Loans-City Properly
At Lowest Current Rates.
Apply FRANK E. HART,
AOS Br!ck bldg.
XRW TO AY.
Why Do You
Keep en payisf; rest?
INT NOT SATE IT?
That same money will pay tor a home of
your oirn in Portland's roost attractive suburb.
the place. Woodstock has pure air, -pure
water, a fertile soli. scbool. churches, post-
oOce, stores, excellent car sen ice.
Lots 100 feet square,
every lot a corner.
Select your own plans, choose your own con
tractor. We loan yon th money to pay the
You can pay us in installments.
Portland Trust Company
109 Third Street
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY Ef"
Wants your business and wants you to know
that It issues
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS that pay 4
per cent Interest and run for five years. It
also Issues Interest-bearing certificates of de
posit that pay from 3 to 4 per cent Interest,
and can be drawn at any time by riving
a certain number of days' notice. Full par
ticulars are contained In our book of
Which we shall be glad to send you.
PORTUND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON .
109 Third Street.
BENJ. L COHEN ....President
IL L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
Duplex Pump, second
hand, A 1 condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochran,
Suitable for warehouse or manufacturing
purposes. Railroad alongside; a one tmy
frice upon application.
233 Washington st.
Warrants and stocks bought and sold. J.
Cruthsrs &. Co.. Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED: 120 ACRES
with 20 acres of garden bottom land, 8 acres
already in garden and' under cae irrigation.
balance of land with exception of 5 acres
cleared hay land is covered with pHlng, saw
log and cordwcod timber; fine logging stream
runs through property: State Fish Hatchery
located on place and Is in operation 6 I
months out of the year; for certain water
ngnts tne owner is insured work at $z.za
per day while hatchery Is In operation and
98 per month for seeing after same when
not In operation'; one large bouse insured for
TOO and -two tenant houses when rented
bring 6 and $7 per month; bam and other
outbuildings; good family orcnard; can board
men at hatchery if so' desired; lots of money
made In tbe sarden bmins: a. good cord-
wood proposition ; on county road 3 miles
irom Kaiama. Price S1500, wltn down.
Don't write, but come with the necessary
casa if you want it. Imus & Wlllougbby,
SEE AND BE CONVINCED
5000 WILL BUY A 160-ACRE FARM
wnicn is. one ot the biggest snaps ever
offered to the public;, situated one mile
railway station In Benton County: splendid
dairy farm or fruit land; has small house
and barn .and a good apple orchard.
?Z20U win buy a charming home on
Peninsular ave., containing a cozy 5-room
cottage, 9 lots, good barn, poultry house.
poultry yard, very excellent garden, choi
cest variety of fruits, berries, roses and
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE COMPANY,
140H First Street.
FOR BALE. 7000
Hancock st.. cor. E. 15th et.. beautiful
14-room house, excellent condition, all modern
improvements, good barn lot icwxioo. fruit
trees, cement walk, etc This property cost
J10.0W. A Dargain at price onered.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 THIRD ST.
$2000 Elegant modern 6-room house
terms to suit.
$1400 Fine corner.. 63 2-3x100, water.
sewer and gas; Sunnyslde.
J 000 100x100. East YamhllL near,32d.
$1000 100 acres all under cultivation, 2
miles from railroad station; naif cash, oal
ance long time.
$2750 Modern S-room house. Sunnyslde.
$550 3 acres, one mile from Lents. 5-cent
fare. r ii. ti. iiiJAiii,
303 Fenton Bldg.
WEST SIDE PROPERTY.
GRHLTEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED.
$4750 Beautiful lot. 50x100. close to "City
Hall, suitable for flats-(building on It); open
at this price for a few days only.
SX71M 'Pin modem 7room house, near Har-
1 prison vecnoou.
on Corbttt st.: S80adawn. balance on time.
$6000 Three fine bouses, with beautiful hi
biocK, aat side, on car line, cement waucs,
iron fence around it: a nne investment.
CHARLESON & STAUB, 245H Morrison.
FOR SALE. $550
Fine comer at E. 23d and Clinton, lot
50x100. level and high, fine view, on car-line.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 THIRD ST.
500 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on o. w. 2". electric line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car, 5c.
$4600 NEW MODERN, S-ROOM HOUSE.
23d st.: nothing like it for tbe money
move right In. W. H. Grindstaff, 246 Stark.
FOR SALE MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
crettieet little home In AJblna, cheap. 32s
San Rafael st., cor. Rodney ave.
wntTSPj; IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
eome on easy payments. For bargains see
Weldon & Tatham. 143V4 3d t-
FOR SALE-eOO ACRES STUMP LAND,
miles froBi foruaso. JHn -i
rlioa st. C R. Davis Fuel Ca.
FOR SALE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE.
West Side, close In: comer .lot. Address
Owner, KT 75, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITX
bath and ga; let SSxlBS. lBoa4r
62S Williams ave.
LOTS ON UNION AVE, ALB IN A HOXS
stead, cheap. Injure 04 wwlewith St..
$1000-CORNER LOT. S. BL COR, HOOD AND
211 GIt.Cs St.
$7000 THREE MODERN. SEC-ROOM -HOUSES
.. in- -rrlr lnceme S3&1- Kast Kri o
4-ROOM COTTAGES FOR SALE OR RENT
In Oswego; terms reasonable. By- Joseph
ONE OR 5 ACRES NEAR WOODSTOCK.
flne for berries or chickens. 304 Macleay
1723 NEW HOUSE 3 FULL LOTS. BARN.
-4 weeds; water la hw. ISM X. lk. N.
"FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
TOR SALE 9-ROOM HOUSE. MODEXX.
roll lot; hargaln. 3M Grand avs. X.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. SCTS CASH.
.Berry Aiexaaaer. a. sen.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE CHEAP 160 ACRES OF GOOD
land on railroad and river in Clark County.
Washington; price S3.50 per acre: Is worth
$8. Inqulr Room 73S Chamber cf Commerce.
FINE FARM, 55 ACRES, NICELY IM-
p roved. 8 miles east; electric car. flae
roads; 6 acres "Winter apples Just bearing;
fine solL excellent water. 227 Front. 4
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming tanas, aounaance ot good water;
making up party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postoffice.
FOR SALE A SECTION OF LAND. WEST-
ern Lane Co., suitaoie zor dairying and
stockraislng. Cascara nearly pays price.
W 100. Oregonlan. -
SNAP 160 ACRES. NEAR GRANT'S. PASS,
3 miles from ran road; on account of sick
ness. Owner, J 77, Oregonlan.
ALFALFA FARMS. MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
low prices, uescnuies irrigated iand syn
dicate, 418 Oregonlan bldg.
RARE BARGAINS $1600 BUYS 263, ACRES
near Brownsville; tr. u. box xtu, Oregon
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
AppteYtd, restricted, ready for immediate
see. LOWEST PRICES.
E. F. Jk F. B. Riley, 608 Chamber Commerce.
FOREST RESERVE, SANTA FE AND OTH-
er guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maglnnls t Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
esrips; general land practice. Collins Land
Co., Concord Bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP NOW
ready, ii. B. Compson, 618 Marquam bldg.
FOR RENT FARMS.
30 ACRES. CULTIVATED, BORDERED BY
Oregon city car-line ana river; good wheat
land, ready for the plow; near good town.
248 H Stark st.
FARM. ALL UNDER CULTIVATION. AND
nop land, near Champoeg. 801 Hood st.
Phone Front 20S8.
YAMHILL FARM. 220 ACRES, READY FOR
seeding; casa omy, out cneap. cook, sal
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE HAVE TWO GOOD HOMESTEADS FOR
location, 2 miles from railroad; 140 to
150 acres can be cultivated; good rich soil;
must be taken this week; $150 each. Em
pire Investment Co., room 9 Chamber of
FOR RENT 42 ACRES OF ONION LAND;
this is a good chance for gardeners; for casa
rent. P. O. 11. Rossi. Montavills, Or.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
BROWN MARE. 8 YEARS OLD. WEIGHT
1100: also new top buggy and Harness.
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons.
nameis, nuggies. zarm implement. Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
SELF-PLAYING PIANOS JUST ARRIVED,
the latest and grandest Invention In pianos.
the Ceclllan self-playing piano; prices reason
able; terms easy. ii. u. wins Jdusic-uouse,
350 Alder st.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
Isy; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roofing 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
em bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick'
Balke-Collender. 40 3d at.
CHANCE FOR TWO TO GET IN A EUCK-
shootlng reserve; best shooting on slough;
owners leaving city, s S3, oregonlan.
SOLID GOLD WEDDING RINGS FOR
their weight in gold; no charge for making.
Uncle Myers, 143 3d. near Alder.
swnvn-Hivn nnr.iN nooii CONDITION'
piano attaenment. cnapei styie, at uraves
uo., 3S wasnington.
POINTER PUPS FOR SALE AT 617 UMA
tilla ave Sellwood. Lone Star's whelps
Movlnc picture film. Bone slides, xnagla tan'
terns, x. f. Andrews, lire Aioat.. a. cai.
IF YOU WISH GOOD 4-FOOT LIVE FIR.
oak and ash wood, go to Hoover & Conway.
Bargains In typewriters, supnlles. office goods.
rubber stamps, saxes, coast o.. zji aura.
FOR SALE CASH REGISTER $40, 3 SLOT
machines. 2 card, 1 Chicago. 2U4 Hancock.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF'
Americans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITERS We sell, rent.
repair all machines. J. E. Huxley, 82 4th.
FOR SALE ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE.
295 8tanton st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SALESMEN EVERY BANK AJJD BUSC7ESS
nouse Knows us: our gooos are saiaoie; we
can employ a tew more men on our new
man of the U. S. and World: large scale
clearly engraved: beautifully colored: fre
quently eils. at sight; new plan ot work
of great help In getting orders; many of our
. saiemen averaging irom sis to per weeK;
no experience necessary; permanent employ,
ment. Write for full Information. Rand,
McNally & Ca. Chicago. 111.
WE PREPARE YOU QUICKLY AS ILLUS-
trator, cartoonist, lawyer. pnaraaacist,
stenorranher. bookkeeoer. Journalist, ad-
writer, correspondence man. .tanker; Write
for fret book, 'Proflts of Knowing How"
l lis everything. National correspondenc
Schools, 82 When., Indianapolis U. S. A.
BOARDING PRIVILEGE TO LET
Wanted A man to run a workingmen's
boarding-house, close In; one with a cook
outfit to care for several hundred, or finan
dally fixed to procure and conduct same
practical cook preferred.
HANSEN'S OFFICE 26 N. 2D ST.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened tne of his famous barber colleges at
C44 Clay st., can rucuco. cpeciai induce
ments this month; positions guaranteed
tuition earned while learning. Write cor
rect number, 644 Clay st., San Francisco.
Tir.nEES. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB-
orers. city and country; men and tea
tarmi-jnJi and milkers, restaurant an
...u-hnnu. hi-lnt work of all kinds.
sadlan Employment Co.. 249 BumsISe and
23& Morrison, rsose Mam juh.
POSITIONS $1000 TO $3000 PER YEAR
for manaxers. bookkeepers, ealesmen. etc.
Offices In eight cities. Plan and booklet on
application. Call -ana see us. suite o, con
cord blk. Pacific Commercial Bureau. Inc.
WANTED ANY PERSON DESIRING TO
make 'money .safely, surely, .quickly, right
here at homo on an Investment of $25 to
$150. will answer in is ta. lor personal in
tervltw right away. 67. oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS STATIONARY
engineer; don't apply unless you are that
kind. Address, giving experience and ref
erences. F. L. Churcn, General Delivery.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS COMMIS
slon: newspapers, periodicals, magazines.
trade Journals. 418- Chamber ot Com
merce, Clyde' Advertising Agency.
WANTED SINGERS, ACTORS. MUSICIANS
etc. for vaudeville circuit and Portland
World's Fair. Newman's audeviile Circuit.
the Raleigh, etn ana aungien.v
TIRAL CALENDAR SALESMAN IN DIF-
ierent towns for 1008 line Art Calendars for
advertising, van uyese company, aw
10th st., Philadelphia, Fa.
JKvOQ AGENTS WANTED FOR THE BEST
typewriter, on car in; hiuj or commission.
McLaln k to., room a, &t&rr-&oyd biog.
WANTED AGENTS. SALARY OR COM
mission; $2 to 6 per day. W. R. Taylor
& Co.. 23 Lance Diag., -fortmna, ur.
WANTED CAPABLE FOREMAN FOR GOOD
slxed water-pipe lob in Seattle; stats expe
rience. Address x sk, care uregosMn.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO TAKE- TRI
Tate lessons in bookkeeping: rare 'ehanoe.
Address E. C. care Oregon,
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO LEARN EAR
ber trade: college newly ostened; Int.
instructors. 24T Flanders st.
HELP WANTXe MALE.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN.
single, to- travel and learn good paying po
sition. Call at roonl 14. 400 Morrison St..
beC 10 and JP. St.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SHOE SALES-
nwn: good salary, steady position. Ap
ply Y 84, Oregonlan.
WANTED FIELD SECRETARY: YOUNG
roan preferred; salary. Multnomah Insti
tute, oo utn st.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS FOR SOME-
tning new; investigate. 3d Russel bldg.,
165H 4th st.
WANTED YOUNO MAN TO LEARN BAR.
ner trade; terms reasonable. PJ34. Orego
nlan. WANTED CHICKEN-PICKERS ; DRY PICK-
ing omy. racmc states packing Co.. 221 1st.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard at.. San Francisco.
BOY TO CARRY OREGONIAN ROUTE
with wheel 'or pony. Call up Main 3036.
WANTED GOOD STEADY BOY TO DRIVE
express wagon. Inquire 45 1st.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST
CURES ALL PRI-
vate diseases ot men.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM-
Dermaios, cooks, waitresses, nurse girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework, $15
to $30. Canadian Parlor. 226H Morrison.
Phoae Main 1323.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME. $9 PER WEEK;
raaiepaia sent eTerywnere tree; steady worx;
plain sewing only. Send addressed envelope
for full particulars. ' W. J. W.. Du Pont.
DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER: MUST
also be thoroughly expert stenographer.
Address in own handwriting, stating sal
ary wanted, experience and references,
P. O. Box 7&5.
WANTED A LAUNDRESS. ONE THAT
can manage ousiness and good witn nat
lron; state wages wanted; give references.
Address C A. Simpson, Condon, Or.
WANTEDSINGERS. ACTORS, MUSICIANS,
etc., tor vaudeville circuit and Portland
World's Fair. Newman's Vaudeville Circuit,
the Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
WANTED A . NEAT AND STEADY Ex
perienced girl for general housework, fam
Uy of two, $30 per xioalh. Apply at once,
230 N. 19 th, cor. of Marshall.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED
sienograpcer; must oe rapia operator; gooa
pay to right party. Address N 85, care
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, WAIT-
ers, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
BRIGHT. REFINED WOMAN. GOOD CHAR-
acter, as Interviewer for Vlavl Co.; reference.
Call 10 to 12 A. M.. room 23, Lewis bldg.
HAVE PARTIAL EMPLOYMENT FOR
stenographer and typewriter; state partlcu
lars' with application. A 86, Oregonlan.
WANTED THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
lady cashier and bundle wrapper; must
have typewriter. L 84, Oregonlan.
BY REFINED COUPLE, YOUNG GIRL GO-
ing school to do light housework; refer
ences required. X 84, Oregonlan. ,
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO TAKE PRI-
vate lessons In stenography: flne chance.
Address E. C, care Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED FAMILY
and second girl; wages $35, $25.
Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
WANTED 2 EXPERIENCED LADY
vaseers; big money, easy proposition,
brandt, 404 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in family of 3; only good cook
need apply. 123 N. 23d st.
WANTED TWO. LADIES TO CANVASS.
good wages; must be experienced. 901 De
WANTED BUTTONHOLE' MAKER AND
shlrtmakers. Jacobs Shirt Co., Hamilton
WANTED GIRL FOR DININGROOM AND
housework Inquire mornings, 341 11th st.
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK; EXPERI-
enced preferred. Call mornings, 335 11th st.
NEAT EXPERIENCED GIRL. GENERAL
housework. Apply mornings, 301 13th st.
GIRLS WANTED TO DIP CHOCOLATES.
13th and Hoyt.
GIRL FOP. GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED LADIES OR GENTS TO AD-
vertlse in the city; salary or commission.
.Call room 313. Grand Central Hotel, bet.
12 and 2 today.
FARMHAND. $20; MILLYARD, $1.60; WOM-
en cooks, $30; domestics, boarding-car help,
$13. Drake. 205ft Washington.
AGENT. LADY OR GENT; BIG MONEY
to hustler. Call, before, noon, zvvvx 4tn st..
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
EMPLOYMENT BY YOUNG MAN OF 10:
good address, fair education, writes good
hand, lives at home; references. V 85,.
YOUNG MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT IN
Insurance or business office; 15 years ex
perience and good references. A 85, Ore
gonlan. YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED BOOK-
keeper and typewriter, wishes position in
or out of city, good references. G 84, Ore
gonlan. YOUNG MARRIED MAN OF GOOD EDUCA-
tlon desires work in ocice; can give rerer
ences and bon& F 84. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOK-
keeper, desires position: owns typewriter;
references. M 85, Oregonlan.
A CLERICAL YOUNG MAN WITH GOOD
references desires position as traveling
salesman. L 85, Oregonlan.
WILL GIVE TO ANY PERSON SECURING
me a good clerical position the sum of $25.
Address P 85, Oregonlan.
8 EWING MACHINES AT A BARGAIN
Three golden oak drop-head Singer sewing
machines to be sold for the small balances
due on them. The above machines are as
good as new and warranted for 5 years.
Don't miss the above if you are contem
plating buying. The Singer Mfg. Co., 402
Washington st. Phone Main 4388.
NATIONAL & CONTINENTAL DIST. CO..
270 Wash. bldg.. room 30. Phone Main 1778.
Distributors ot all kinds of advertising mat
tr and samples; guarantee advurtieer against
all loss; mall or telephone orders.
ALL ROUND NEWSPAPER MAN.. EDITOR,
manager, news and job printer; good char
acter, desires situation. W. H. Woodard,
WANTED ANY KIND OF WORK; AM
willing., to work at most anything. - Ad
dress 140 N. 10th. Phone Main 4G16.
BY YOUNG MAN. AD. WRITER, SHOW
card writer and bookkeeper: references. G.
Wilson. Y. M. C A.. Spokane. Wash.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY. GENTLE AND
honest.' wishes situation chatnberwork;
wages $20 up. W 84, Oregonlan.!
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
place work hotel or restaurant; chef and
second cook. 71 N. 3d st., city.
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION CAN FURNISH
domestic servants,' farmer and all kinds of
help. 36S Everett. Black 902.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY. GENTLE AND
faonest. wishes situation schoolboy; wages
no object. V 84. Oregonlan.
MAN WITH 5 YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS
bookkeeper, wants position; good refer
ences. E 72. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. WITH 8 YEARS
experience in bottling business, wishes some
work. N 73. Oregonlan.
MARRIED COUPLE FROM SsWTTZER
laad. nsan good cheeseraaker. wife. good,
ceok. Y S2. Oregonlan.
PRACTICAL GARDENER WANTS CARS
ef gentgM a'aglace ; caa give references.
A JAFAXR4SS YOUNG GIRL WANTS
' slatce wefic. snail family, small wages.
T ft, Otngewlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
BOY ATTENDING SCHOOL WANTS TO
work for board. Holmes Business College.
Y. M. C A. bldg.
EXPERIENCED PHOTOGRAPHER. RE-
toucher. printer, seeks employment. E S3,
EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRIOUS BOY OF
17; can drive norses; has own wheel.- X
WANTED CONTRACT TO CUT 1000 TO
1500 cords wood. Address T 84, Orego
nlan. JAPANESE YOUNG BOY WANTS ANY KIND
- housework or second cook. C 86. OregonUn.
GOOD TEAMSTER WISHES A JOB TEAM
lng. D S4. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
WANTED-POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
stenographer: moderate salary; good refer
ences. R 04. Oregonlan.
SHIRTWAISTS IN THE LATEST FASH
lons, 50c up; also plain sewing. 270 Market
st., bet. 3d and 4th.
DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE A FEW
more engagements: terms $1.50. X S2,
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING: SHIRT
walats from 75c up. 164 W. Park st. Phone
A DRESSMAKER WISHES SEWING BY
the day. Apply 507 Marshall st.
PLAIN SEWING. KIMONAS AND DROP
skirts made. 451 Buraslde st.
SHIRTWAIST SUITS AND CHILDRN'S
sewing. 388 3d at.
SITUATIONS WANTED REFINED MID-dle-aged
woman housekeeper, widower.
. family cook, second girls, German, young
' girls to assist plain boarding-house, house
work, chambermaids. 230 Yamhill. Phone
YOUNG WIDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION
as working housekeeper: farm preferred.
22 6th N. Phone Red 2034.
POSITION BY CAPABLE. RESPECTABLE
lady as housekeeper or landlady. V 69.
WORK WANTED FOR CHAMBERMAIDS. 10
waitresses, cooks, housework, laundry, store,
factory help. Drake, 205 Washington.
EXPERIENCED GERMAN GIRL DESIRES
situation second work In first-class family.
230 Yamhill. Phone Black 28S1.
SITUATION. WANTED EXPERIENCED
family cook where second girl is kept.
230 H Yamhill, phone Black 2SS1.
GOOD COOK WANTS POSITION. COOK OR
housekeeper: would leav city. B 86, Orego
"EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WISHES Posi
tion. D 85, Oregonlan.
REFINED EDUCATED WOMAN WANTS
position as lady's companion or lady at
tendant In office. V 68. Oregonlan.
WOMAN WANTS TO TAKE CARE OF
rooming-house for tbe use of two houoakeep
lng rooms. Phone Main 425C.
JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION TO HELP
cook In family or hotel. Answer by ma:L
K. Umazono. 121 N. 15th st.
WOMAN WISHES WORK BY. THE DAY.
Phone East 2432. Ask for May Walsh.
WANTED TWO UP-TO-DATE PHOTO
coupon sellers; ladles or gents. Rembrandt
Studio. Ablngton bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
houses. If you have a house to rent, sett us
or send description. We make no charge (or
renting. H. E. Edwards. 187 1st su
FARM WANTED RENT ABOUT 20 ACRES
Improved, lit. Scott line, year, cash. J. H.
.MIddleton, Chamber Commerce.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES BOARD AND
room. East Side, private family preferred;
references. N 84, Oregonlan.
RESPONSIBLE YOUNG MAN WISHES
room with board In good private Jewish
family. Q 85, Oregonlan,
WANTED TO RENT A FURNISHED
house o'r partly furnished; adults. O 85.
WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER, FCRNI-
ture of a 10, 12 or 14-room nouse; must oe
centrally located and a bargain; will pay
spot cash. O 84, Oregonlan.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at ths
"Fair Deal," 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 617.
HORSE WANTED FOR LIGHT EXPRESS
work for his board; best of care 'guaran
teed. Address B 83, Oregonlan.
DOG WANTED ONE ST. BERNARD OR,
Newfoundland bitch, 1 or 2 years old. P. H.
Starks, Pokegama, Or.
WANTED TO LEARN HOW TO GIVE
baths. Address with terms, R 85, Orego
nlan. SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR SOc at HOOLA
baugh's. 267$& Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th.
WANTED 1 ROLLER-TOP DESK; STATE
size and price. J 85, care Oregonlan.
NICE PRIVATE HOME FOR CHILDREN;
terms reasonable. Phone Main 1S09.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
THE FAIRMONT HOTEL. 29' N. 6TH ST..
One-half '-block north of Postofflce; every
thing new. all modern conveniences,
steam heat, hot and cold water In rooms,
porcelain baths, electric lighted, rooms en
suite or single. Phone Red 173L Mrs. A.
THE AUDITORIUM; 208 3D ST.. BET. TAY
lor and Salmon, one block south of Baker
Theater, new brick building, elegantly fur
nished, steam heat, hot and cold water In
room, porcelain bath, rooms with private
baths, elevator; reasonable rates.
THE PALMER. S. E. COR. ALDER AND
Park Sts. The moat complete apartment
house In the city; steam heat, gas, electric
lights, porcelain baths, every modem con
venience; tourist and transient trade solicited.
Young Sc. 3hepard, Props.
FURNISHED ROOMS. 2S014, PARK ELE
gantly furnished bay-window room with
phone, bath and heat; choice location, six
blocks from Portland Hotel; aul table for two
THE COSMOS. S. E. COR.'4TH AND MOR
rlson Finest down-town rooms. In the city;
heat and service night and day; rates $3.oC
per week and upwards. Including bath; $1
per day. ' '
THE ELM. 121 13TH, COR. WASHINGTON
Very desirable rooms In beautiful residence-,
all modem conveniences; reasonable prices;
' special rates to tourists; cars direct from
THE LINCOLN," 409 Morrison, cor. 11th
New brick, elegant, furnished, sunny rooms,
all modem conveniences; tourists and trav
eilngmen solicited. Mrs. T. D. Hughes. Prop.
251 Vx ALDER, NEAR 3D ST. NICELY
furnished, pleasant rooms, new brick build
ing, new, good furnishings; $2 to $4 a
week; transients, 50c to $1. Red 3140.
THE NEWCASTLE 3D AND HARRISON
Elegant up-to-date furnished and unfurnish
ed housekeeping and other roosa-s: heat; bath,
light 'free; reasonable prices.
PLEASANT ROOM WITH PRIVATE FAM
Uy no other roomers; bath, gas aad phone;
ve minutes' wHr of Hotel Portland, la
quire 262 12th st.
753" IRVING, COR. 23D TAKE W CAR
Furnished rooms, porcelain bath, furnace
beat, cheap; table board three blecka.
2 LARGE NEWLY FURNISHED" ROOMS;
also one small one; bath, funwee heat,
phone; 1 block from Washington. 28
N. 30th. -
NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR, SSTJITAilLW
for two gentlemen; reftsenaMe; all convene
encea. 4CS Mate. Phoae Mais. 4M7;
20 lOTH WALKING DMTAlCK,
vate residence, bath, yfcoee, it,
aicsly fttrniftd9-Sl xsjoath