Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 28, 1904, Page 10, Image 10

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THE MOENUN0 OREGONIAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1904.
DX. JCLOUGICOTS. SERVICE.
What He Did for the Early Oregon
Ptaieers.
Victoria (B. C.) Colonist.
Mr. George Himes, assistant secretary
-Oregon Historical Society, In a letter
to The Oregonlan of Portland, advocates
strongly the doing of something to per
petuate the name of Dr. John McLough
lin in Oregon. Dr. Mclxmghlln was the
first representative of the Hudson's Bay
Company on the Pacific Coast, -with
headquarters at Fort Vancouver, on the
Columbia River, and his Jurisdiction ex
tended throughout a vast territora: known
as the "Western department, -OTaeh In
cluded practically the whole of the Pa
cific slope north of Mexican territory,
exclusive- of Alaska. Kls successor was
Sir James Douglas. Owing to what was
really a quarrel between Mclaughlin
and the Hudson's Bay Company, he sev
ered his connection, remained on the
American side after the boundary ques
tion was settled and founded Oregon
City, some 12 miles from the present
City of Portland. He was in rather an
unfortunate position for some time. By
the Hudson's Bay Company he "was re
garded as too friendly to the United States
settlers coming Into Oregon, and by the
settlers he was regarded with suspicion
on account of his relations with the Hud
son's Bay Company, although he befriend
ed them as no other man ever did. In
fact, after the settlement of the boundary
question "he had difficulty In retaining his
title to real estate, which had been at
tacked by speculative settlers. By and
by, however, he came to have very friend
ly relations with the people over there,
and he is now most frequently referred to
as "the Father of Oregon."
Mr. Himes wants the name of "Mount
Pit," or "Pitt," in Southern Oregon,
changed to Mount McLoughlin. He cites
a great many authorities to show that
Mount Pitt was originally known as
"Mount McLoughlin," and that It was
applied four times to that mountain be
fore 1S48, the first date the name "Pitt"
"was used. On old maps altogether, up
until 18C6, it was used seven times to
five times as against "Pitt." Mr. Himes
does not know how the name "Pitt"
came to "be used, and .asks for enlighten
ment. It Is interesting, because we have
a Pitt River in British Columbia, a trib
utary of the Fraser. He says: "My
understanding of the word is that PIf
is the proper spelling for 'Pit River, or
Pit River Indians,' the name originat
ing on account of the custom of the In
dians along the river had of digging pits
about six feet deep to entrap game," 'and
ho quotes his authority for the same.
"We wonder if our Pitt River was named
for a similar reason, or was It named
after Pitt, the great statesman?
However, to return to the original sub
ject, it seems very proper that one who
has figured so conspicuously In the early
annals of Oregon should have his name
perpetuated In some conspicuous way In
that state, and if "Mount Pit" has been
substituted for "Mount McLoughlin," the
United States geographical authorities
should do justice to the memory of one
who certainly was the best friend the
early settlers of Oregon ever had, by re
storing it to its former name. In truth,
it is even quite certain that the United
States owes Oregon to the assistance of
Dr. McLoughlin to the early pioneers who
came over the mountains and who would
otherwise have starved or been slaught
ered by the Indians.
A Definition.
New York Evening Sun.
Chancery Lane, London, Is occupied al
most entirely by lawyers and the trades
men who cater to their needs. During
the "long vacation" there is hardly any
traffic upon it. A gentleman riding on a
'bus remarked upon this to the driver
JYes, sir." he replied; "it's 'ell with the"
fire out."
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. '
PORTLAND, Nor. 27. Maximum tempera
ture. 56 deg.; minimum, 48. "River reading at
11 A. M., 4.8 feet; change in past 24 hours,
rise 0.4 foot. Total precipitation, S P. M. to
5 P. M., 0.64 inch; total since September 1.
1904. 9.64 Inches; normal, 10.93; deficiency.
1.29. Total sunshine November 25. 1904, none;
possible. 9 hours. Barometer (reduced to sea
level), at 5 P. M., 30.08.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
K g 'Wind. 2
g 5"3 ' 3
I a 3 o S?
STATIONS. S 3
2 o o I
"It
Baker City
Bismarck .
Boise .
Eureka
Helena
Kamloops. B. C..
North Head .....
Pocatello
Portland
Red Bluff
Roseburg
Sacramento
Salt Lake City...
San Francisco
Spokano
Seattle
Tatoosh Island ..
"Walla Walla
r.4;o (Ui rivot
Rain
320.00Ll4lB
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
56 0.02 ISE
60 0.10, 6',SW
54 o.oo;i2'nw
56 0.00 IOiS
54 0.32,26 SW
JPL cloudy
Kam
u: u.uu - sw
64 0.38) SW
66 0.06i N
158,0.00 iW
PC .cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Pt. cloudy
82 0.00! W
50;o.08112 s
(Cloudy
"Cloudy
1 Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
54 o.io;
6SE
50 0.62
14 SW
601004
Light,
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The storm announced last evening has ad
vanced to the region north of Montana. It
caused the following maximum wind velocities
in this district: North Head, 74 miles, from
the southeast; Tatoosh Island. 68 miles, from
the south; and Port Crescent, 32 miles, from
the southeast.
The rainfall has been general in Oregon,
Washington and Northern Idaho, but it was
nowhere heavy.
The Indications are for occasional rain In
this district Monday.
WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
2S hour; ending at midnight, November 28:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy, with
occasional rain: southwesterly winds.
Oregon and Washington Partly cloudy, with
occasional rain; southwesterly winds-.
Idaho Rain.
CLASSIFIED AD. BATES.
"Rooms," "Booms and Board." "House
keeplsg Booms," "Situations Wasted." 15
words or leas, 15 cents: 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 ceats, etc. No dis
count for additional lasertioBS.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 50 ceats for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words, 40 ceats; 21 to 25 words, 50
ceats, etc. first lasertion. Bach additional
insertion, one-half; ao farther discount un
der one month.
IMPORTANT The low second-time rate oa
adverticbv that runs either la the classified
col asms, r aader head "New Today' will
be given ealy whea. advertising is laser-tea1 ea
consecutive days. Daily aad Sunday issues.
Advertktor that la scheduled to appear at
intervals of one or more days apart will be
charted for at fall one-time rate each In
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per Use, first insertion: 18 ceats per
line for each addltlnniil Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonian, aad left at this
office, should always be Inclosed la sealed en
velopes. No stamp Is required oa such letters.
The OregeaJaa will not be responsible for
errors la advertisements taken through the
(elephoae.
NEW TODAY.
MORTGAGE LOANS
On Psrtlaad Teal estate at lowest rates.
Titles insured. Abstracts famished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 ChswBT or Cesamere-a.
INVESTMENT BONDS
Warrants and stocks bought and sold. J. W.
Cruthcrs A Co Chamber of Commerce.
Mortgage LoansCity Property
At Lowert Current Bates.
Apply. FRANK "E. HART,
ici Sherlock: feldg.
THE STAMP
Is borne by every
leaves our shops.
Our Carpets are sold at prices as
low as the lowest, and we fit, sew, line
and lay them in a manner that gives
them an additional value.
IF YOU APPRECIATE FINE "WORK
MANSHIP, BEAR THIS IN MIND
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
We sell the
famous
Queen Door
mat, guaranteed
for
three years.
J.GJack&Co,
86-88 Third St.
rXO. XXTSCKAN, Free
SfrHTI MB UtHMtTH tTMtf d PHTIMI, HUH
European Plan . $1.00, $1.50, $2.00pr Day
THE
PORTLAND
POBTUSD.OR.
American Plaa
also European
Plaa. Modern
Restaurant.
$3 PER DAY
and upward.
COOT OXX XDLXJOX DOLLARS.
AUCTION SAXES TODAY.
At 1200 Union ave North, at 10 A. M. Take"
Woodlawn car. S. L. N. Gllman, Auctioneer.
By J. T. "Wilson, at salesrooms, ISO 1st st.,
cor. Yamhill, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auc
tioneer. MEETING NOTICES.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER, NO. 14. O. E. S. A regulai
communication this (Monday) evening,
at 8 o'clock. By order W. M.
SARAH B- GUERIN. Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12. A. F.
& A. M. Stated communication this
(Monday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
"Work, in M. M. Degree. Visitors are
cordially Invited. By order of the
W. M. W. M. DE LIN. 3ec
MAOCABEE DANCE Tuesday. Nov. 29. Pro
fessor Rlnglcr's Hall, 309 Alder -, cor. 6th.
Knights! ladles and friends cordially Invited.
Admission, 25c. including refreshments.
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. 10, K. OF P. Reg
ular convention tonight at 7:30 o'clock, in
Pythian Hall, eighth floor Marquam bldg.
Second nomination of officers. Whist. Visiting
Knights cordially invited.
ROBERT G. MORROW, a C.
FRED P. HOLM, K. of R. and S.
DIED.
SEELEY Charlotte A. Seeley, In this city, at
135 12th st. Funeral notice later.
M'AYEAL In this city. Nov. 27, 1004. Robert
McAyeal, aged 78 years. Funeral notice here
after. TESCH In this city. Nov. 20. 1004. Robert
Tesch, aged 20 years. Funeral notice here
after. LE ROY In this city. Nov. 27, 1004. Olan, only
son of Mrs. Hattie Le Roy, aged 2 yeartf and
6 montha Notice of funeral hereafter.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
JENNU&iSr-In this city, at family residence.
110 Porte Mrs. Letitla Jennings, aged
52 years. Peral at crematory at 2 o'clock,
Monday. Nov. 2S.
SPENCER In this city Nov. 27. 1004. Mattle
E. Spencer, age 23 years. Funeral services
will be held at 10 A. M. today, from Her
man's chapel. Friends invited to attend.
Arrangements in charge of the Union Pay
ment System.
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILBAUGH,
successors to Dunning & Campion, aader
takers aad embalm er, modern la every de
tail, 7th aad Plae. Phono Mate 43. Lady
assistant.
EDWARD HOLMAN-CO, Undertakers aad
embalm ers, have moved to their aew b slid
ing. Third aad Salmea. Lady asektaat.
TeleBBoaa No. 887.
J. P. riNLXY SON. Funeral Directs rs,
cor. 3d and Madlsea. Office, of Oeaaty Csr
aaer. Lady- assktaat. Teleaaoae No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 Eat
Alder. Lady aasistaat. Telephone East 55.
NEW TODAY.
WANTED CASCARA. GRAPE ROOT.
Rosenberg Bros. A Co.. 200 Vi Washington.
CHOICE ACREAGE
12 ACRES
Just east of Sellvrood, oa Johbsob
Creek, la Blsjk atate of calUvatloa,
rrltk cottage of S room aad bara.
Price 37C0.
19 ACEES
Ob -electric car Uae, clane la, plat
ted aad la shape to pHt ea saarket
at a handsome yreat. Price $466 am
acre.
The Title Guarantee &
Trust Co.
6 aad 7 Ch raster at Ccnmercc
GEO. BLACK
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
318 Worcester Black
General yraettee. SavoUgatloaa.
Estate -Kerk. Special aad periodical 3t4
rimw Wcct 11,
OF QUALITY
piece of work that
Just received,
a line of
fine
Hassocks,
price, $1.25.
C W. XXaWUS, Mgr.
FMIHUSISAII
CG4HKKUU. TUTEUU
8 pedal rate
snade te families
aad slaels rentl
smb. Tan bu.
arc-meat will ba
pleased1 at all
times to then
rooms aad glr
price. A mod era
Tarldsk bath es
tablish meat la
"the hotel.
U. C. BOWERS,
Me wager. '
NEW TODAY.
REAL ESTATE
FOR sale: by
The Title Guarantee &
Trust Co.
$500
$700
$500
$1000
$1300
$1500
$1700
$1750
$1650
$1700
$2200
$2000
$2700
$1100
$3700
$2500
Lot on Union ave.. bet. Stanton
and Sellwood sts.; sewer and gas.
(A. 200.)
5-room cottage and stable, lot 50x
100 feet, at St. Johns Park: city
water. (A. 200.)
For 10 fine level lots all in one
bunch on the Peninsula. A few
minutes' walk from car. School
and stores. (A. 291.)
Lot 00x100 feet and new cottage
5 rooms. E. 11th st., bet. Mason
aad Shaver, North Irvington. (A.
202.)
Two lots in Wilson's Addition,
near 23d and Thurman. (C 107.)
Two fine lots-lOOxlOO feet. N. W.
cor. E. 10th and Tillamook. West
Irvington. (H. 170.)
House 7 rooms, bath, gas. base
ment, lot 80x70 feet. Falling St.,
near E. 8th st. Terms $200 cash,
balance $20 a month. (A. 205.)
Lot 50x105 feet and comfortable
house 5 rooms and bath on Ivy
street, near Rodney ave. (A. 208.)
Sunnyside (adjoining) cottage 5
rooms and lot 50x100 feet, terms
half cash, balance on time. (S.
205.)
Sunnyside. 3 lots. S. W. cor. Bel
mont and E. 3lt street. Terms
half cash, balance on time. (8.
200.)
Sunnyside lot and house 6 rooms,
bath, basement, etc. (S. 200.)
Richmond, close to car line. 50x
100 feet and brick dwelling 8
rooms, bath and basement, city
water. (L. 840.)
Large lot and 2-story brick dwell
ing, bath, city water, close to
Waverly car line, at E. 20th st.
(L. 0S0.)
Lot 80x100 feet, and cottage of 5
rooms, full basement, bathroom,
city water. (A. 272.)
McMlHen's Add. few minutes'
walk from Steel bridge. let- and
new house 7 rooms, all modern
conveniences. (II. 170.)
Multnomah Add. near Thompson
School, 100x100 feet and house 6
rooms, streets sewered and Im
proved. (A. 207.)
TITLES INSURED.
ABSTRACTS FURNISHED.
The Title Guarantee &
Trust Co.
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce.
WANT A HOME?
We have Houses and Lots in
all parts of the city. Let us
lend you money to build. You
can pay us in installments.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGOH
100 Third Street.
FOR SALE:
Worthinton Compound
Duplex Pump, second
hand, Al condition. Size
10xl83Xl4xlO. Deliver
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
rfcator, etc., complete.
Iaqw4re A. W. Cechraa,
Orett8B BalMhtf.
Mertffajje Loass asi Upward
Keal Estate City ami Far
Insurance. iifAlI Lines
A. H. BIMUSLL,
m-t Mirit km tmhi aA
AMUSEXBNT8.
Mar Gratf Theater I-slc-
Pbeae Vain 9L
WSKI Joseph Jefferson in
i cikkj "Rip Van Wiekle" PKfifiHsee
An excellent supporting company.
Prices Entire lower floor. $1. Balcony, first
six rows. 75c: last elx rows. 50c Gallery, 25c,
'35c Boxes and loges. $7.50.
SEATS ARE NOW SBULINQ.
Marfan Grand Theater
Shone Main 868.
. v. t. rwic
"Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Nov. 30-Dec 1.
sicken I "The Devil's Ew
ItflHfte I Auction. tit life
BETTER THAN EVER.
Prices Lower floor, except last three rows,
; last three rows, 75c Balcony, first six
rows, 75c; last six row. 50c Gallery, 25c.
35c Boxes and logea. $7.50.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
COLUMBIA THEATER
GEORGE L. BAKER, Manager.
14th and Washington. Phone 110.
TONIGHT, ALL WEEK.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY,
Colombia Stock Company, presenting Clay
Clement's great success.
"The New Dominion"
A charming comedy-drama.
A delightful story oi Old Virginia.
Evening prices, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Matinee
prices, 10c, 15c, 25c. Box office open all day
down town. 10 A. M. to 7 P. M.. at Dolly Var
den Candy Shop In Marquam bldg., 327 Mor
rison st. After 7 P. M. at theater.
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park aad Waaalactea.
The Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
6-Austrian (iirls-6
4-Mozart Comedy Four-4
HICE AND WALTERS.
GARIUTY SISTERS.
TINT WELSH.
THE PHOJECTOSCOPE.
Shows .2:30 to" 4:30 P. M., 7:30 to 10:30
P. II. General admission, 10c; reserved box
seats, 25c
The Grand Theater
(Formerly Cord ray's.)
To see the best In the land
You must patronize the Grand.
POLITE VAUDEVILLE.
10 FEATURE. ACTS 10.
Today all week today; matinee every after
noon. The Four Mangeans, society acrobats;
Rawles and Von Kaufman In "Must"; Walsh
and Llgon, musical novelty; Charles and Ida
Kaimo, lightning change dancers; the Empire
Trio, refined comedy and singing; Tommy
Hayes, musical and trick bone soloist; Ed. B.
and Rolla White, scientific and comedy ath
letes; George W. Bonner In a pictured melody,
"When My Golden Hair Has Turned to Silver
Gray.". The Grandiscope (a) The Eloaement;
(b) Willie's Vacation. You have never seen It
before. Admission to any seat, 10c; box seats,
25c Dally from 2 to 5 P. M.. and 7 to 11 P.
M. The Grand keeps its promises. -
1
THE ARCADE THEATER
The original family TandeTlIle boaee.
This Week.
La Mont's Cockatoo Circus
THE GREAT MALCOLM.
NAT THILLIPS.
KATE COYLE.
LEICESTER AND WILSON.
AMERICAN BIOSCOPE.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:30
P. M. Admission, 10c to any seat.
-i
BAKER THEATER
XZATING & FLOOD, Managers.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS "VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
BIJOU THEATER
EDCTH ST.. OPP. OREGONIAN.
ELMORE AND BARTLETT.
PEARL GREYSON.
PEDRO.
WALKER AND LABELL.
DAN M'GREERY.
PERELDA.
FRYE AND ALLEN.
NEW PICTURES ON THE VITASCOPE.
All for 10 cents. Afternoons from 2 to 4:30,
ETenlnga from 7 to 10:30.
LYRIC THEATER
(Corner Alder and Seventh.)
HIQ W-CLASS.
REFINED VAUDEVILLE
2:30 to 4:30; 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 20c will admit two people
any matinee, except Sundays and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
NEW TODAY.
NEVER
BEFORE
In the history of its seventeen and a half
years existence "have- 1b deposits of
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
OREGON"
(CAPITAL $300,000)
Been as large as at the present time. Full
particulars are contained In our book 'of
"ILLUSTRATIONS,"
Which we shall be glad to send you.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE $250 IN WOODSTOCK, "PORT
land's most attractive suburb; lots 100x100,
every lot -a 'corner. We will loan you money
to build; you can pay us In Installments.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 THIRD STREET.
FOR SALE A MODERN 7-.ROOM HOUSE
and beautiful lot In. fine location. Sunny
side. cheap If sold at once; parties leaving.
Call 074 E. Morrison, or phone. Scott 1634.
FOR SALE $2750 PORTLAND HEIGHTS,
Elm st., comer 21st, a magnificent build
ing site, 100x100, one brock from car line
Portland Trust Company, 109 Third st.
STOP' RENT.
Stewart Park. 20 minutes by Mt. Scott car.
lots Kxl0O: $100." $5 a month; only a few to
offer: epeclal terms this week to Immediate
hullders; best values on the market; office on
grounds..
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains oa O. W. P. electric Uae. O. R.
Addition. Lenta. Or. Take Mt. Scon car, 5c
$1200 1-ROOSt HOUSE ON IVY ST.. NEAR
v Williams ave.; fsnall payment down; $20 per
month. Phone Union 9871. '
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS FIRST-CLASS
7-room house for sale by owser, who is leav
ing town. P, 2, Oregoalaa.
BARGAIN IN PRICES. TERMS AND LOCA
tioa on -4 or S acres ea car line. Frank
Melvln. 242 Wash, st-
GOOD INTEREST - BEARING BUSINESS
property, alee realdeace lots near In. See
owarr 9S X. 10th.
5-ROOX COTTAGE WITH OR WITHOUT
J ,IaraUtv SUU St Mmiist Ma., Bt .
FOR SALE REAL B8TATX.
FOR SALS. $350.06.
In Woodstock. Portland's most, attractive
suburb; lots 100x100; every "lot a corner; $10
down. $10 per month.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
100 Third street.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage: we have tracts In
ride of city limits or outside; some are
directly oh car line; all are accessible,
one acre or more; prices very low; terms
to suit. A. C. Churchill A Co.. 110 Second
street.
4 LOTS AND 8-ROOM HOUSE. WITHIN
walking distance cf Washington St.; situ
ated so 7 more houses could be built on
It; bargain If bought this week. A 07, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE. $550.
Fine corner at EL 23d and Clinton, lot
50x100. level and high, fine view,, on car-line;
worth $750.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 Third street.
$7000 THREE MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES,
close In. yearly Income $804. East Side.
Osborn Hotel.
CENTRAL. 31x100. AND NEW NINE-ROOM
house; $3500. Apply at house, 331 Front.
$3200 BUYS 5-ROOM COTTAGE. BARN AND
fruit tree, full lot. 542 Gth st.
HOME CORNER LOT. 8 ROOMS. 5CT5 CASH.
Berry A Alexander. 4 N. 6th.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
80 acres, with 11 tinder plow and 11 more
slashed, burnt and nartlv cleared: balance
- of land easily cleared; some trap, pole.
jiiung ana corawooa jimoer on place; plen
ty creek and spring water, can Irrigate
about 15 acres: 50 bearing fruit trees, 50
more not yet bearing; new 1 -story box
house, small barn, team of good horses,
new wagon and harness. 2 milch cows and
calves, 70 chickens, 3 tons hay, harrow and
other small Implements; on county road", H
mile from Carrollton, a town on N. P. Ry.
and Columbia River; excellent transporta
tion facilities; price for place. $S50. or
$1200. Including team, etc Imus & WI1
loughby. Kalama, Wash.
HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS FINE LEVEL
farming lands, abundance of good water;
maklag up party to start In few days. No.
4 N. 6th. opposite Postofflce.
ONE 240-ACRB WHEAT RANCH ONE 160
acre stock ranch, with private Irrigating
ditch, all located In Klickitat County, Wash
ington. B 09, Oregonlan.
ttvtifb LANDS FOR SALE.
5 TIMBER CLAIMS. FROM 3.000.000 TO
6.000.000 feet yellow fir and cedar; fee, $100.
H 4. Oregonlan.
TO EXCHANGE.
ONE-HALF BLOCK IN WOODSTOCK. PORT
land.. Or Can use any good Southern Cali
fornia city property; prefer Los Angeles or
beach, or near Los Angeles, unimproved.
Address R. FV Davis. 320 Trust bldg., Los'
Angeles, Cat.
FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE-HOUSE AND
lot in Washington. D. C. for Portland or
Oregon farm property; value $3000. Box
3CS, Portland, Or.
CITY PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE FOR
farms. Oregon Exchange, 228H Washing
ton. EXCHANGE SUBURBAN LOT FOR DELIV
ery horse and wagon. B 4, Oregonlan.
A GOOD 0-ROOM MODERN HOUSB. IN
qulre room 1, 133H 5th, cor. Alder.
LAND SCRIP.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
mtm., J LOWEST PRICES.
E. r. A F. B. Riley. 606 Chamber Commeres.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
for securing title timbered or agricultural
land. H. B. Compson, 618 Marquam bldg-.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maginnls A Eon, 227 Failing b!ds
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;
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED TO PURCHASE RESIDENCE
within 8 blocks of 6th and Washington.
$3000 to $5000; might buy building site;
give full particulars and price for cash. T
07. Oregonlan.
FOB SALE.
Horses, Vehicles aad Harness.
ONE HORSE. HARNESS AND TWO CARTS
for aale cheap; can be seen at Spranger's
Arcade. 6th and Couch, or at Model Stable,
5th and Davis.
FOR SALE A GOOD, COVERED SINGLE
grocery wagon. Apply afternoon. Bulll
vant's Grocery, 461 Jefferson st.
WOLFSTEUT buys and sel horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
NEW BUSINES3 TOP BUGGY FOR SALE
cheap. 329 Sellwood st. Phono East Z5&4.
FOR SALE HORSES BY W. E. JACOBS. 134
East 34th st. Phone Union 1632.
Pianos.
FOR SALE 1 STANDARD-MAKE NEW
piano at 123 1st st.
MiscellaBeoas.
FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION, TACOMA.
Wash.. November 23, 1904. 10 o'clock A. M.. at
No. 1701 Dock St.. the Quartermaster Dry
dock, with all Its tools and appurtenances,
and about 205 acres of land adjoining, with
buildings, water system, etc. the steamer
Starling, the Paget Sound Drydock & Ma
chine Company a valuable machine shops at
Tacoma, lease of the ground, patterns, tools,
stock on hand, and all property of whatsoever
sort owned by the said company; all subject
only to first-mortgage 20-year 4 per cent
bonds. For detail list of property, terms
and conditions, apply to H. S. Griggs. Treas
urer. SEWING 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 mils the above If you ar contemplating-
buying. The Singer Mfg. Co., 402
Washington at. Phone Main 4583.
FG
R SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. TACOMA.
Wash.. December 1. 1904. 10 o'clock A. M..
County Courthouse, G-street entrance, $46,
200.00 first-mortgage bonds, and same amount
of stock of Puget Sound Drydock & Machine
Company: valuable lots and acreage la Ta
coma and Pierce Counties: also many judg
ments and notes. For detail list of proper
ties, terms and conditions, apply to Settle
ment Company, Tacoma, Wasn.
THREE CONTRACTS IN THE CALIFORNIA.
Oregon and Washington Homebuilders' Asso
ciation: low numbers; will mature soon; a
great opportunity as well as Investment for
anybody that wanta to get a home on easy
payments without paying Interest. For fur
ther particulars address G 2. Oregonlan.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterite; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting cr coating; good over
old Iron, tin or ehingles: best for new roofs.
Elaterite Rooflag Co.. room 2. Hamilton bid.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy paysacsU; we
reat taele with privilege ut Mylag. Mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Braaawick'
Balke-Collender. 4 3d st.
A BEAUTIFUL SOLID GOLD LADY'S
small-size watch, with genuine diamond In
center of case, for $30; original coat, $45.
Uncle Myers, 143. 3d St.. near Alder.
THREE NATIONAL, ONE TOLEDO. DE
tall and total adder; cash registers very rea
sonable. Ill X. 3d.
Xovlnr picture filae. oeag slices, saaglo taa
terna. T. P. Andrew, 109 Moat.. 8. F.. CaL
Bargains In ' typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rabfcer stamps, safea. Coast Co.. 3SI fturk.
Oliver typewriters. S. H typewriters, all
makes. Norris Safe A Lock. Co., 84 3d sC
BICTCLE CLOSING OUT SALX $46 1FOLFF
Aricaa aew $4. 7th am XarriMfe
HELP. WANTED MALE.
RELIABLE PERSON EACH LOCALITY
for baatness position; salary $20 weekly
and 'expenres; expense money advanced:
position permanent; previous experience
unnecessary; business established. Address
Mr. Cooper, Como block. Chicago.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB
. crcrs. city and country: men and tcama
farmhands and mllkera restaurant and
8s-hu4 help: work of all kinda Ca
cadiaa -Employment Co.. 244 Bumsld and
S2tt Merrliaa. Phone Main 3074.
DRAMATIC VAUDEVILLE ' ACTING,
stage dancing, sketches taught; terms rea
sonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting, Ragh bldg., 6th and
Washington.
WANTED PROFESSI- HAL. AMATEUR
singers, actors, musicians, for vaudeville cir
cuit for traveling companies. Newman's
Vaudeville Circuit, the Raleish, Cth and
Washington.
POSITIONS $1000 TO $3000 PER YEAR
for managers, bookkeepers, salesmen, etc
Offlces In eight cities. Blan and booklet on
application. Call and see us. Suite 45. Con
cord blk. Pacific Commercial Bureau. Inc
WANTED EXPERIENCED BUSINESS MAN
to represent corporation; salary $1800 per
year: must be prepared to take at least $1000
worth of ctock.. Address Q 2. Oregonlan.
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES. COM
mlssion; magazines, newspapers, periodicals,
publications, programmes. Clyde's Advertis
ing Bureau, 418 Chamber of Commerce.
TWO EDUCATED AND AMBITIOUS
young men, with large city acquaintance,
can secure profitable employment by call
ing at room 307 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MERCANTILE
agency solicitors; large remuneration: must
have $100 cash bond -or security bond. Ad
dress N 2. Oregonlan.
PLUMBERS. ATTENTION. LEAD BURN
ers wanted In December. App'- now by
mall for particulars. Tacoma Smelting Co.,
Tacoma. Wash.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WASHER. Com
petent to repair; salary. $18; references.
American Laundry Co., Boise, Idaho.
WANTED YOUNG MAN ABOUT 17 YEARS
old. to learn the drug business; must live at
home. Address V 5, care Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN AD
writing; expert Instruction; small fee. Ad
dress E. C, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
college newly opened, under new manage
ment. 267 Flanders st.
WANTED FIVE SOLICITORS. SALARY OR
commission, $4 to $10 per day. 23 Labbe
bldg., Portland.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College, 741 Howard St.. San Francisco.
SOLICITOR WANTED AT OREGON STEAM
Cleaning Works, 353 Burnslde st.
WANTED BOY TO DELIVER ON BICYCLE.
Call 429 Washington st.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.. CURES 'ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
WANTED A DELIVERY BOY. LITTLE
.Art Shop. 175 4th st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
BOOKKEEPER AT ONCE; $70tPBR MONTH;
office hours 9' to 5:30; fine offices; must be
competent to take charge set double-entry
books; position is permanent;, must be good
penman and perfectly competent; otherwise,
don't answer. A 90, Oregonlan.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
bermaids. cooks, waitresses nurse girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $!5
to $80. Canadian Parlors. 22S& Morrison.
Phcne Main 1323.
DRAMATIC. VAUDEVILLE ACTING, STAGE
dancing, sketches taught; terms reasonable;
positions guaranteed. Newman's School of
Acting. Raleigh bldg., 6th and Washington.
TWO GIRLS WHO ARE EXPERTS AT
pyrography (burnt woodwork), can find
employment at Llpman, Wolfe & Co. Ap
ply with samples of work to supt.
LADIES EARN $20 PER 100 WRITING
short letters. Send stamped envelope for
particulars. Ideal Mfg. Co., Cassopolis.
Mich.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, WAIT
era, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
2S81.
WANTED GIRLS TO LEARN MILLINERY
whole course taught in 1 month, $10. Ap
ply at Hotel Brown, room 220. Tel. East
302.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
must be good cook; wages $25 per month.
Apply Pacific Biscuit Co., 12th and Davis.
WANTED FOUR LADIES, AMATEURS. FOR
stages experience unnecessary. Room 35,
the Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
WANTED CAPABLE GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework, family of 2. Call 825
Kearney at.
A GOOD GIRL TO HELP IN LIGHT HOUSE
worlc Call Monday A. M., 295 N. 18th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED ARM WAITRESS
at the Zlnzley restaurant, 230 1st st.
WANTED TWO LADIES TO .CANVASS;
good wages. 404 Ablngton bldg-.
GOOD. PLAIN COOK: ALSO SECOND
girl. 120 N. 18th. cor. Gllsan.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
WANTED POSITION BOOKKEEPER,
long business experience, modern methods,
first-class references. C 89. Oregonlan.
BY TRAVELING SALESMAN, 7 YEARS
with present house; Al reference; no snide
proposition entertained. A 6, Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER WANTS
books to write up or audit; best references;
terms reasonable. J 3, Oregonlan.
MAN WITH 8 YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS
specialty man and salesman; good letters.
B 6, Oregonlan.
Miscellaneous.
A GOOD MINING MAN WOULD LIKE GRUB
stake to go to Goldfield, Nevada, to prospect
for company: ten years' experience In Cripple
Creek and other mining camps; best of refer
ence. Address D 6, care Oregonlan. ,
I
POSITION WANTED A8 CARPENTER FORE
man or will take charge of brick work aa
foreman; know how all work should be done.
Address J 1, Oregonlan.
BUSINESS OPENING FOR PARTY WITH
$3000 to $5000. manufacturing and jobbing,
established: references exchanged. Address G
6, care Oregonlan.
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION CAN FURNISH
domestic servants, farmer and all kinds of
help.. 268 Everett. Black. 992.
AN ACTIVE JAPANESE WISHES POSITION
to do housework or store. Address B 6,
Oregonlan.
WANTED CONTRACT TO CUT 1000 TO
1500 cords wood. Address T 84, Orego
nlan. JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO AT
tend school; wages no object. Phone Hood
382.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Domestics.
SITUATION WANTED BY GERMAN GIRL,
general housework. Call 1 to 5, 334 4th st
UsceUaaeoas.
EASTERN WOMAN, AGE 35 WOULD LIKE
position on cattle, horse or sheep ranch. In
Montana. Idaho or Eastern Oregon: state
wages paid. M 94, Oregbnlan.
YOUNG LADY WISHES WORK IN A DENT
ist's office; can epeak English and German;
can give references. D 3, Orenlan.
LADY COOK WANTS A POSITION IN A
camp or hotel. Call at 2 o'clock at 209 4
4 th st., room 2.
WANTED AGENTS.
SOLICITORS' WITH ABILITY'. BOTH LA
dies and gentlemen, can procure nest propo
sition for themselves ever offered? we want
quick, conscientious work, and will par you
-well. V 100. Oregonlan.
LEADING GALLERY WANTS PHOTO
graph coupon agents; premium extraor
dinary. Polrier. field agent, 123 11th.
AGENTS WANTED. AT ONCE HAVE QUICK
selllag articles. Address G 100, Oregonlan,
WANTED PICTURE AGENTS. LADIES' OR
gents; Mk money. 404. Ablngton bldg.
WAXTRD PICTOTUt AGENTS; NEW OF
Ur: Mc sacasy. Ml Dekum bldg.
Waateil Portrait agents; side Use; big money.
Lttwgajt Fhaa Stadia, JHfcs ?4c.
WANTED AGENTS.
A. J. CRANWELL- A CO.. 218-224 ABING
ton bldg.. wholesale dealers and Jobbera
carry the largest stock of Jewelry notions,
and novelties west of Chicago; retail trade
supplied: house-to-house canvtusert. ped.
dlera and agents can make big money
handling our special lines. Call and Inspect
our navr stock for Christmas trade
k npvrs tv 1 VTfn -rt.-c- . .- .
live agent In every town on the Pacific
"r , . J 1' ,v" cooKer.
This is an article of exceptional merit.
Write for terms to agents: only one agent
wanted In a town, so write today- Brvt
& Coates. 30G McAllister St.. San Fran
cisco, Cal.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened one of his famous barber colleges at
644 Clay St.. San Francisco; special lnduce-
iucuu uiu mama; positions guaranteed tui
tion earned while learning. Call or write Chas.1
Halstcad. agent, 215 Morrison St.. Portland
SOLICITORS. BOTH SEX. FOR EVERY
county In the state: best talking propost-!
tion ever offered In the West: one agent
cleared $50 last week. Gold Reserve Burial
Association, room 12. over Citizens Bank.)
East Side.
WANTED A COUPLE ACTIVE. ENER-
getlc men or women to solicit orders,
salary or commission. Address Lock Box
305, Portland. Or.
WANTED TO RENT.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
bouses. If you have a house to rent, see us
or send description. We make no charge fo
ren tins'. H. E. Ed ward . IS" 1st st.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE OR FLAT 15
to 30 rooms. ,ona floor preferred. T OS.
Oregonlan.
WANTED 3 -UNFURNISHED ROOMS NEAR
Courthouse. B 4. Oregonlan.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED LADIES. FOR 10c WE WILL
sendyou package ever-ready mending tis
sue: also new catalogue with premium of
fer. Write at once Louis Nuenthal. Cle
alum. Wash.
E. A. CLEM & CO.. 251 ALDER .ST.. PORT
land. Or. Mining securities bought and sold:
stocks In producing properties a -specialty;
reliable corporations represented.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at ths
"Fair Deal." 62 N. ,3d. .f hone Hood 617.
WANTED $ 6000 FOR 3 OR 5 YEARS, FAIR
interest, first-class Inside Astoria real
eatate security. Address P 06. Oregonlan.
WANTED 2D-HAND SAFE. 600 TO 1000
lbs.; must be In good condition and cheag.
Cottage Waffle Restaurant. 146 6th st.
WANTED TO BORROW $1500 ON Ill
proved city residence property; all expenses
paid .on commissions. T 2. Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO-HORSE EXPRESS WAGON,
harness and horses; must be cheap for cash.
N 1, Oregonlan.
PARTIES DESIRING TO HAVE THEIR
children cared for In private home phone
Main 1800.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50c at HOOLA
baugh'e. 237 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
FOB RENT.
Booms.
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
hatha, electric lighted; rooms en suite, sin
gle. Red 1731. Mrs. A. Larson, prop.
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 priva:e
baths, elevator: reasonable rates.
THE PALMER. S. E. COR. ALDER AND
Park Sts. The most complete apartment
house In the city; steam heat. gas. electrta
lights, porcelain baths, .every modem con
venience; tourist and transient trade solicited.
.Young El. 3beuard. Props.
HOTEL AVALON (EUROPEAN) 413 WASH
lngton 6t., 4 blocks west of the Imperial Ho
tel: newly furnished rooms, single or en
suite: hot and cold water, steam heat, elec
tric light, bath and all modern conveniences;
tourists solicited.
THE COSMOS. -S. E. COR 4TB AND MOR
rlson; best down-town rooms in the city:
heat and service night and'day; rates $3.50
per week and ap. including bath; $1 day.
THE LINCOLN." 409 Morrison, cor. 11th
New brick, elegant, furnished, sunny rooms,
all modern conveniences: tourists and trav
ellngmen solicited. Mrs. T. D. Hughes, Prop.
, ,
251 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 3146.
THE NEWCASTLE. 3D AND HARRISON
Elegant up-to-date furnished and unfurnish
ed housekeeping- asd other rooms; heat. bath,
light free; reasonable prices.
THE KNICKERBOCKER 69 6TH ST., ONE
block south of Postofllce New brick, elegant
ly furnished rooms, 3.M modern conveniences.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, NEW MOD
ern flat, bath, gas, rent reasonable to steady
quiet parties. Call after 1. 415 5th st.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE FRONT ROOM,
nicely furnished, bath, heat, walking dis
tance; special rates men. 292 10th.
LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
modern conveniences, for one or two gen
tlemen. 471 Jefferson;"references.
A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM. PRIVATE
famllyf conveniences; gentleman, permanent,
preferred. 448 Taylor et.; rent $8.
THE DEXTER NO. 124 I2TH. COR. WASH
Ington. nice comfy rooms, single, ea suite,
transient. Phone Green 486.
SELECT FAMILY HOTELS, ROOMS EN
suite or single; transients; 17th and Mor
rison st. Phone Main 1398.
PLEASANT. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
new house, four blocks from Hotel Portland
home comforts. 250 6th.
THE TEMPLE. 343 YAMHILL ST.. COR.
7th, opposite Hotel Portland Nicely furnished
rooms: rates reasonable.
188 PARK ST. ONE NICELY FURNISHED
side room: one block from Portland Hotel;
modern conveniences.
125 14TH MODERN HOUSE. NEWLY" FUR
nlahed; - always .hot water; only first-class
patronage solicited.
FOR RENT BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
room: modern conveniences; gentlemen pre
ferred. 255 13th.
309 MADISON. BET. CTH AND 6TH
Finely furnished room, folding bed. $2.50
per week.
NICE. FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, WELL
heated; use of phone. Call 52 East 12th
street North.
JUST THE ROOM YOU'RE LOOKING FOR;
with or without housekeeping; upper flat. 394
Jefferson.
NICE. PLEASANT FRONT ROOM WITH ALL
modern conveniences, for gentlemen. 195
13th st.
205 WASHINGTON FURNISHED ROOMS.
$1.50 to $3 week; suitable for transients; 25c
to 75c
Cheapest and best located rooms In Portland.
$1 wetk up. Gllman. 1st and Alder sts.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOM
for rent. 323 Weidler, cor. D. 1st st-. N.
THE APPLBTON, 1V N. 6TH SUNNY FUR
nlshed rooms. $2 up; transient rooms.
GOOD FURNISHED ROOMS WITH STOVES.
' $5 per month. 323 Clay and Water.
266 PARK ST. FURNISHED, FRONT AL
cove room, reasonable. Main 5390.
786 TRYING NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, suitable far two gentlemen.
TO RENT FRONT ROOM. 2 5TH ST.
Gentlemen preferred.
XeeHM WKa Boars!.
ROOMS WITH BOARD GAS. FURNACE,
phone. 531 Flanders st.. near 10th. Phone
Main 2312.
NEW LOW RATES AT THE LLVDELL
Market, bet. 3d and 4th; all modern con
veniences. 515 MORRISON AFTER DEC. 3 DESIRABLE
room; hot and cold water; also single room.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH OR
without board; gas and aath. 172 K. ath.
2S N. aOTH STi ROOMS WITH OR WITH
out board; block from car-SIae. r Mai 334.
THE OZAXJC 3SS HTH T. BOOMS
suit or tbtrfe, leoaid. ft aa4 est, wmam
EN
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
Mam; atw tablti Mara. 9