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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1904.
Fifth and Washington Streets
Booms. $1.00 to $3.00 Per Day.
According to Location.
J. P. DAYEES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
CO. (INCORPORATED.) ,
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Rooms 50c to $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
HOTEL SCOTT CO.
A. J. DEITZ, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel
Rooms single or en suite, -with private bath, European vlan. Elegant cat 0
In connection. Free 'bus -will meet all trains.
SEVENTH AND ANKENY STREETS. PORTLAND, OREGON.
AGREES WITH BEN GREET.
Mrs. Nina Larqwe Pleads for Serious
Consideration of Children.
PORTLAND. Dec 12. (To the Editor.) In
an Interview -with an Oregonlan 'reporter, Mr.
Ben Greet, of the Everyman Company, made
the following remarks:
"We must try and get the pepple to think
seriously once in awhile. If we only go to
the theater to be amused we will have nothing
but the flapdoodle drama. The English and
Americans 6ay, 'We can't take the children to
see the serious drama; they're too young.' In
that they are mistaken. It is In youth that
lasting Impressions are made, and If the chil
dren are to see nothing but 'Foxy Grandpa
and 'Buster Brown they will grow up with
Foxy Grandpa and ' 'Buster Brown tastes.
Take the German, for example. There are no
wiser or "better people In the world, and the
German parent takes his children to see
Shakespeare, Goethe and Schiller. They are
taught to appreciate the good and ennobling
as seen on the Kage."
They are so true tkat I would like to say
yea, verily, to them again and again. I de
sire to show how the times have changed since
my day in theatrical matters, and decidedly
for the worse. In explaining this. I may have
to use the seemingly egotistical "I" too much,
but if It is In a good cause I may, perhaps, be
forgiven. Ab Mr. Greet cays, in youth we form
lasting impressions. What do you think were
the first playa I saw and enjoyed Immensely,
between 9" and 12 years? Why, "PIzarro,"
"Henry IV," "Fazio." "Richard ni" and all
the Shakespearean plays. I never saw "Henry
IV again since I was 10 years old till within
a year or two; yet the characters stood forth
clear-cut in my memory. "Fazio," a grandly
beautiful tragedy (written by a minister, by
the way), I have never seen since my child
hood, yet I .can remember almost all of It,
and shall never forget the beautifully pathetic
face and graceful action of Julia Dean H'ayne,
who was an inimitable and Incomparable Bl
anea. There were no so-called "musical come
dies." nor horse-plays, nor so-called society
dramas, then. The dramatic artists of that
day had a large field of tragedies and genteel
comedies and classic dramas to draw from.
Eaah man or woman aimed to play In his
or hor day all the great parts, and we went
to see the same plays over again, with different
artists In them. People read Shakespeare to
their children, and they went to the play hav
ing had what was necessary explained before
hand. They knew no other drama, ,and having
been prepared montally they enjoyed keenly
what was set before them. For Instance, For.
rest came with a round of Shakespearean
plays, then Booth the cider, Davenport, Ma
tilda Heron and others in the same plays, and
it was our delight to compare their efforts. If
I could not go and my dearest chum did, we
eagerly waited for the next meeting, and then
she would pend hours In a detailed report of
euch heavy plays as "Medea." "Evadne" and
all the long lift of the great tragedies.
The same state of affairs prevailed as to the
literature of the day. We were not cursed
with piles of rank, pernicious, yellow-covered
novels. We girls read novols ye, and plenty
of 'them. But what were they? Bulwer's.
W alter Scott s. Dldkena. Thackeray's, etc.
books sparkling with the brightest thoughts.
In my circle there was not a girl of 15 who
had net seen the best plays, and none who
could not" converse Intelligently upon the great
novels, and the great poetc, such tut Walter
Scott. Byron. Burns. Milton and others. We
even -went so far as Young's "Night Thoughts."
.When I compare myself and my contem
porarles with the girls of 15 and 16 years of
today, I might, perhaps, be tempted to con
elder myself and them prodigies did I not
know we owed it all to the training of In
tellcctual and far-seeing parents and the fact
that we seemed to have been brought up In a
more literary age.
This Is one case where looking backward re-
vrals a better ntate of affairs than the present.
with all Its boasted advantages. Young girls
read today yes, .but what! Is there super
vision 'of their mental food? Take away the
yellow-covered novel, give them Scott's "Quen
tln Durward." for instance, or novels of the
other great authors, and they would soon see
the .dlfterenee and learn to love good fiction
I -was a healthy and strong child, and romped
vigorously, but I was, when out of breath
haled Jn and placed at my mother's side to be
read, and explained to. Perhaps 1 did net
quite like this at first, but I soon looked
forward to the pleasures of thone readings,
You will hardly believe me when I say part
of the reading was Lamartlne's "French Revo
lutlon" (which wc were comparatively near
to). I have never read It since, but I can
remember to this day some of It.
A)l this proves that children can romp, be
healthy and yet have their minds stored with
UCul reading early. They can, as Ben Greet
"ays. be nothing but "Buster Browns" and
"Foxy Grandpas" unless parents develop them
into something higher. Certainly the stage
has deteriorated. Think or the length of the
slide from high tragedy and pIhmIc drama to
"musical comedy." with a stage full of chores
girls, with each a foot posed on a champagne
bottle and a drinking glass In hand!
Padcrewski in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 12. Among
the passengers on the steamship Ven
tura, tvhlch arrived today from Austra
lia, was Ignace Paderewskl, the pianist.
He is accompanied by his wife, and -will
give a series of concerts in the United
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Dec. 12. Maximum tempera
lure, 47 dog.; minimum, 43. lllver reading at
11 A. M.. 4.4 feet; change in past 24 hours.
1.1. Total precipitation,. 5 P. M.to 5 P. M.
0.30 Inch; total since September 1, ltJ04. 12.01
lndhesr "normal. 14.45; deficiency. 2.44. Total
sunshine Decembe 11, 1004, 48 minutes; pos-
First-Clans Check Re tanrast.
Connected With Hotel.
C. O. DAVIS, Bee. and Trea.
OSCAB ANDEGSON. Hinder
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREQON
'BTTS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rates Europeanrplan, 50c, 75c $L00. $1.50,
$2.00 per day. Sample rooms In connection.
sible. S hours and 42 "minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level), at 5 P. M-, 30.01.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
tl 3 "Wind. 2
P S3 : s
2. . U C
STATIONS. n I f
Eureka . .
flAIA Ml kl
ABUllWpB, X3. .....lOUjV.VVJ Wi .
North Head (50I0.46H61E
Portland . .
Red Bluff ..
Salt Lake Cltr 5381 T
San Francisco 156(0.121
Seattle 481 T
r-. u t.i..j ir.mn 1V
Walla Wralla l520.00
Light. T trace.
Rain has fallen generally during the last 24
hours from San . Francisco north to British
Columbia, while east of the Cascades and the
Sierra Nevadas precipitation was mostly In the
form of snow.
It is cooler In Northern Nevada and warmer
in Southeastern Washington. Elsewhere the
changes In temperature have been unimportant.
The Indications are for rain Tuesday west
of the Cascades and Tain or snow to the cast
of this range of mountains.
Forecasts made in Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, December 13:
Portland and vicinity Rain; southeasterly
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Rain; southeasterly winds. Increasing along
Eastern' Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Rain or snow.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's auction house cor. Alder and
Park. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Co.,
At Gilman'a auction rooms, 413 "Washing
ton su at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gil-
By J. T. Wilson, at rosldence. Ill Eait
10th st.. at 2 P. M. Sunnyside and ML Ta
bor cars. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO. 111.
A. F. & A. JL Special communica
tion this (Tuesday) evening at 7:0.
worK in M. M. degree, visitors wel
come; By order of w. M.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary-
ELLISON" ENCAMPMENT. NO. L I. O.
O. F. Regular meeting this (Tuesday)
evening. Dee. 13. 1H04. at 7:30 o'clock. I.
O. O. F Temple. Golden Rule degree. Visitors
welcome. E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
A. & A. S. RITE. Meet
ing this evening, social only.
By "order VEN. MASTER.
OREGON LODGE. NO. 1. X. OF P. Spe
cial meeting tonight at 8 o'clock, 8th floor.
Marquam bldg. Open session at 9 o'clock.
Ladles' social and roceptiQn, to b.e given to
new members. All members and vlsltlnc
knlghU- with their lady friends are cordi
ally invited to be present. Refreshments.
THAD L. GRAVES, C. C.
ED TJ. CURTIS, X. Of R. and S.
KKIlVKTnV Tr tM Mlv TV. 19 lOOl "ian-
nle B. Broneton, aged 65 years. Funeral
OLSEX In thu city. Dec 12. 1004. Marlon C.
Olsen. aged 28 years. 2 months and 17 daya.
r unerai nonce nereaiicr.
HELD In t?ls city. 1004, Albina nve.. Dec
12. 1004. L lyases S., uon of .Georce C. and
ANDERSON In this city. Dec 12. 1004. Char.
lie Anderson, aged 40 years, brother of John
and New Anderson, -of this city. Notice of
HAMHLix-At wolf Creek. Or-. Nov. 29. of
nean. irouDie. Mr. Kaipn Hamblln, aged 40
years. Deceased left a wire and thri small
children, mothen one brother and three sis
ters, an or Portland.
x-cvris7U4 in mis city, ai 4'.i nret su. on
uec ii. iwh. airs. Jane A. Fearnon. arra .17
yeara. Member of Women's Relief Corps.
George Wright Post. G. A. R. Funeral
Wednesday. Dec. 14. 1004. at 2 P. M from
Hoiman'6 Chapel, corner Third and Salmon
sts. Relatives and friends resDeetfutiv in.
vlted tp attend. Interment Lone Fir Cem
JOHNSOls At hr home m Sycamore. De-
cemter 11. iikh. irs. aiary aioiby Johnson,
aged 00 years 3 months and 15 dnv.
Funeral will be held Trom her late residence
today, uecemoer j, at o'clock, and In
terment win De in Damascus cemetery.
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILBAUGII.
uecesso to Dunning Campion, under
takers and embalmers, modern la overy de
tail, 7th and i'lae. Phoae Mala 430. Lady
EDWARD HOLM AN CO- Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved ta their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 567,
3. P. FLYLKY SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d ana olaeuson. OQlce of County Cor
oner. Lad7 asautaat. vt4etbeao 2 a. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Uadertaker, lt XU
Aldsr. Lady auiataat. Telcpbeaa Eaa 62.
Columbia Theater tSfiSk.
Thursday night and Friday matinee. De
Klaw and Erlangcr present
THOMAS Q. SEABROOKE
Scats now selling, Marquam Theater Lobby.
Prices both matinee and night Entire
lower loor, $2; balcony, first Ave rows. $1.50;
next tour rows. 51: last three rows. 79c;
entire gallery, 30c; bos and loge seats, $2.30
each. Seats now selling.
MinnilAM fiRANn THFATPP W.T.Pangle.
iiinitYvnui uiimiu iii-riii.it
-Phone Main SCS.
All this week, the gifted actress
"Wednesday. "Tess of the D'Urbervllles":
Thursday. "The Adventure of Lady Ursula";
Friday night and Saturday matinee, "The
Doll's House"; Saturday night, "Marta of the
Evening prices $1. 73c 50c 35c 25c; mat
inee prices 75c 50c, 35c, 25c. Seata now
A. H. BALLARD. Lessee and Manager.
Fourteenth and Washington Streets.
Klaw & Erlanger present
Thomas Q. Seabroek
Prices, both matinee and night Entire lower
floor, f2. Balcony, first Ave rows, $1.00; next
four rows, $1; last three rows, 75c Entire
gallery. 60c Boxes and loge seats, $2.50 each.
Not more "than six seats to one person.
Phone Main 117. GEO. L. BAKER. Mgr.
Price 15c. 25c, 36c. and 50c
Tonight and tomorrow night, last two
- E. J. Carpenter's
Big scenic production,
"A Little Outcast"
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
December 15, 16, and 17-.
I tegular Matinee Saturday.
The Four. Act Comedy-Drama.
"TIIE FATAL SCAR.
FRANK JAMES "The man vrbo never broke
Prices evening 15c 25c, 35c and 50c; mat
inee. 10c isc ana -sc.
Scats can be ordered by telephone. Main
117. Sale of seats at theater from 10
A. M. until 10 P. M. dally.
The Grand Theater
TODAY AND TONIGHT,
A MATCHLESS PRO GRAMME.
10 HEAD -LINE ACTS 10.
SENSATION OF THE CENTURY.
INCOMPARABLE BICYCLE KINGS.
O'BRIEN AND WrEST.
THE CONVERSATION FELLOWS.
WILLS AND COLLINS.
"A DAY IN MADRID."
EQUILIBRISTS AND ACROBATS.
SMITH AND CHESTER.
MR. ALF BONNER.
Illustrated song. "Down at the Baby Store,"
the grandescope. 4 pictures. Admission to
any seat, 10c; box seats, 25c
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park and Washington.
Tbe Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
World's Greatest Dancers.
BIMIV1 BOMIV1 BRRRi
4 CLOSE BROTHERS I.
FIELDING COMEDY FOUR.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M., 7;30 t? 10:30
P. M. General admission, luc; reserved box
THE ARCADE THEATER
The original family vaudeville house
5 RENNIK FAMILY 5.
ROLLINS AND WILSON.
DELL AND MONITOR.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:30
P. M. Admission, 10c to any seat.
KEATING Si FLOOD, Managers.
Third and YamhllL
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT JOc
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
tCoruer Alder and Seventh.)
2:30 to 4:30; 7:50 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
sny mausee. except bucaaya ana sotiaay.
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
Sixth St.. opposite Oregonlan.
This Week's Programme;
Violet, Ro3 and Little Angel.
HILLEBRAND. STRONG MAN,
LEO & SULKY.
Afternoons from 2 to 4;30; evenings from
7 to 10:30; Sundays, continuous irom 2 to
10:30. Admission. 10 cents.
Pupils prepared for stage pulpit,
platform or parlor. Either private
lessons or class work. For Urn and
terms, apply at
261 Thirteenth Street
PHONE MAIN 1203.
500 feet poultry-nouses; ranea east ot
Mount Tabor; $4500. F. M. Moore. Route
WANTED CAS CARA. GRAPE ROOT.
Rosenbere Bros. & Co.. 200 Vi Washington.
v Duplex Pump, second
hand, A 1 condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochran.
On Portland rral estate at lowest ratn.
Tttlrs insured. Abstracts furnUhed.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 Cn&inDer or ' Ccmmerca.
EVERY DESCRIPTION. LOWEST PRICES
R. KOHARA. 351 MORRISON; NEAR 7TH
CLASSIFIED AD, BATES,
"Rooms," 'HaesM and Board.' "Honse
keeplnjc Rooms," "SttaatloBs Wasted. 15
wards or less, 15 cests; 16 ta 20 wards, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional lasertioes.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words. 48 cents 1 21 ta 25 words, 60
cents, etc. first Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; ao further dlsceuat un
der one month.
IMPORTANT The low second-time- rate oa
advertising that runs either la the classified
columns, or onder head "New Today." will
be given only when advertising Is Inserted oa
consecutive days. Daily and Snnday Issues.
Advertising that is scheduled to appear at
Intervals of one or move days apart will be
charged for at full one-time rate each In
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad'
dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always pe Inclosed In sealed en
velopes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not bo responsible for
errors in advert Ue incuts taken through the
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
ISSUES MONEY ORDERS
PAYABLE EVERYWHERE. x
They may be made payable to any one de
sired, or to the purchaser's own order, in the
United States, Canada, Mexico, or in any of
the countries of the Old World.
Our rates for issuing these, orders are Just
one-half of those charged by the express com
panies and Postofficc Department.
THEY ARE GOOD TO SEND CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY 8F OREGON
100 Third Street.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK., VJce-Presldent
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Our records are complete and no
W furnish abstracts promptly.
On Improved Portland Real Estate.
SECURITY ABSTRACT A TRUST CO.
214-215 Chamber of Commerce.
Quarter block. S. E. cor. 13th and Davis,
two blocks north of Washington, for sale
few days below market value
H. M. WILBUR, 300 McKay bldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE $230 IN "WOODSTOCK, PORT-
lancrs most attractive suburb; lots loonou,
every lot a corner. Wc will loan you
money to build; you can pay us in Install
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 THIRD STREET.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage: we have tracts In
side of city limits or outside; some are
directly on car line; all are accessible,
one acre or more; prices very low; terms
to suit. A. C Churchill & Co.. 110 Second
FOR SALE. M750.
Very choice 7-room house, on Willamette
-iieiKnis, tnorougniy modern: owner leaving
town; price has been put away down to In
sure quick sale: ste this at once.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 Third street.
5-ROOM HARD-FINISHED COTTAGE.
good condition, high and healthy, $750
cash: also a smaller cottage. Inquire of
J. M. Fisher, 290 Morrison.
FOR SALE. 1000 and ?1100
Two lots at N. E. cor. 2d and Grover. We
will advance money to build.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 THIRD STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE AND HOUSES BUILT TO
suit purchaser on Installment payments.
Hatfield & Smith, room 32. Russel bldg.,
loan Fourth st.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
.Bargain oa p. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mr, Scott car. 5c
FOR SALE G-ROOM HOUSE. CHEAP:
small payment down, balance monthly;
lontaviua. ii I'oan si., or lviVt otn st.
COMFORTABLE 3-ROOM HOUSE AND
fractional lot, plumbed complete, Caruthers
street, $950. Pltunger. 245 is Morrison
SIX-ROOM EAST SIDE HOUSE WILL BE
sold by owner at a great bargain: $1500.
Owner, D 20. Oregonlan.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE, WILLAMETTE
Heights: no finer view in Portland; easy
terms. Phone East 075.
LOT 23x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.
bet. wash, ana Aiaer. on ownaaie. in
quire 123 Lownsaale st.
$325 4-ROOM HOUSE. WITH TWO LOTS,
near wooaiawn aiaiion, caan. so3 Cham
ber of Commerce.
$1300 WEST SIDE CORNER LOT, WALK
lng distance, x-o less man vaiue. i'none
WEST SIDE HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS, BUILT
for a home; price o-ou. owner, c 20, Ore
HOME CORNER LOT. 0 ROOMS. S073 CASH.
FOR SALE 5-ROOM HOUSE, A BARGAIN
$1350. Phone Scott GOTO.
MODERN C-ROOM COTTAGE. EASY
terms. Phone East 675.
FOR SALE FARMS.
130 ACRES, 110 ACRES UNDER PLOW,
balance open pasture; no timber: big
barn. 16 stalls, old house. 7 miles north
Salem, nrlce 5o0 per acre.
6 acres, large house, orchard, all kinds
fruit, blacksmith snop, good buslnes Tuai
atan Valley, near Portland; price $800,
240 acres, near Corvallls. Or., for S2400
Yellow pine timber claims and homesteads
B. 8. COOK & CO.. 231 Alder street.
FARMS FOR SALE.
Hood River district 3 acres; very choice
0 acres creek bottom; water right 3W
Inches; o acres cnoice Dearing apples, 30
acres under plow ror planting; moat pf bal
ance choice apple land; good Improvements;
$200 -will not buy adjoining land; price
tOWU, JWill lAOll, ; uaiiuikc u cars.
A. C. CHURCHILL & CO..
110 Second st.
ucciJuonuir uoe iKjjjroveu rarm. oo acres.
east oi x-ortiana; eiectric car. 227 Front.
A $1000 MORTGAGE. BEARING 6 PER
cent interew. on improvea income property
u iraae tar sww ouimmg 101 in iiouaoay
Addition or Irvlngton; must be a bargain,
as this mortgage is ame as cash. ABC.
NEWLY IMPROVED. INCOME-BEARIN
property on E. Bunuldc st.; cost $4000; for
unimproved property in noiiaaay's Addition;
will take Vi block and give time on balance.
Address a h u, oregonian.
STOCK RANCH WANTED TO EX
-change yellow pine timber In central Ore
gon for ranch with or without stock, value
witnin ioW. a. u. unman, Grantsburg,
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approvtd, un ret trie ted. ready tor immediate
- iAjtiai.- jrtiiutiH.
n. T. & F. B. Riley. COS Chamber Commerce
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
for securing tltlj timbered or agricultural
land. U. is. uompxon, uis Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
rr guaranteed una scrip on nana ready
locate. Maglnsls & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
zriv. genrai tana pracuce. woutas T.m
Co., Concord Uidg. -
WANTED REAL ESTATX.
THE GREAT NORTHERN REAL ESTATE
Co. We buy, sell and rent real estato or
every description In and out of Portland.
Rooming-houses and hotels our specialty;
quick deals, straightforward business and
courtesy qur policy. Corerspcndcnce solic
ited. If you wish to buy. If you wish to
sell, get acquainted with us. Suite S and ,9,
Lab be bldg., cor. Washington and 2d. TeL
WANTED TO BUY A HOME IN EQUITY.
West Side; strictly modern, 8 or 0 rooms, be
tween Everett and Johnson, zzu and :tn
sts; cash paid for a bargain. L 29. Ore
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY IMPROVED
rarm, Oregon or wasningxon. v tz, orego
nlan. WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
WANTED SMALL FARM IN GOOD Lo
cality for work; rent must bo reasonable
Box T 29. Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
FOR RENT STALLS FOR HORSES BY
day. week or month; price reasonable: one
of the cleanest and most convenient places
in the city. 245 Front-
WOLFSTEIN buys and sela horses, wagons.
names j, buggies, rarm implement. -zi front,
LARGEST STOCK OP NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles ca Coast for sals or hire, 211 Wash,
SINGER. LARGEST SIZE. UPRIGHT MA-
hogany. in excellent condition, iiw. filers
P)ano House, 351 Washington st,, cor. Park.
VERY FINE HIGH-GRADE UPRIGHT Pi
ano for sale, used very little, -v 20, ore-
$250 CASH WILL BUY $425 PIANO; USED
a lew wcca; rauci sen at once, a- ov, itc-
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines at very low prices
Singer. V. S.. Domestic Wheeler & Wilson
and "White; dropheads In oak and box tops.
At Wheeler & Wilson and Domestic offices.
S. S. Slgel, agent. 3S5, Morrison sU
FOR SALE TJVO DROPHEAD SINGERS,
oak finish. 910; one aropneaa vvnue. oax,
$15; one New Home drophead. $15; box top?,
$5 to $10; cash or inotallments. J. S. Crane.
350 Morrison st. (Lewis bldg). Call this
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating: good over
old iron, tip or shingles; best tor new roots,
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL-
llard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, with privilege of buying; modern
bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
40 3d at.
. LAUNCH HULL FOR SALE. 56 FEET
long. 12 feet beam; can be knocked down
or finished. For particulars Inquire Graham
boatyard, foot E. Pine st.
FOR SALE CHEAP A 16-HORSEPOWER
boiler and 8-horsepower engine, in good
running condition. Inquire City Market.
295 1st st. t
i H HULL FOR SALE. 56 FEET
long. 12 feet beam; can be knocked down
or finished; for particulars Inquire Gra
ham boatyard, foot E. Pine st.
. PURE "WHITE SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
ring. Tiffany netting, for $45. considered a
bargain. Uncle Myers, 143 3d st., near Alder.
Moving picture film, song sllftea, maglo lan-
icraa. 1. tr. Anarews. iu aioni.. a. t . uau
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods.
rubber stamps, sates. Coast Co.. 231 buric
FOR SALE, CHEAP JERSEY A?D GUERN-
sey cow; a gallons, iuu is. 10111 St., soutn.
Oliver typewriters. S. H. typewriters, all
makes. Norrls Safe & Lock Co., 84 3d st.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 .WOLFF-
Amerlcana now $23. 7th and Morrison.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARM1-ABLEBODIED.
unmarried men. between ages of -1 and 35.
citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For information,
apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sts..
THE ORIGEVAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened one of his famous barber colleges at
64 Clay et.. San Francisco; special Induce
ments this month; positions guaranteed: tui
tion earned while learning. Call or write Chaa.
Halftcad. agent, 215 Moorlson at.. Portland.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN, LAB-
erers. city and country; men ana teams,
farmhands and milkers, restaurant and
zueze-houza help; work of all kind. Ca.
nadian Employment Co., 249 Burnslda and
226$i Horridon. Phone Main 3074.
WE SEARCH THE WORLD FOR MEN: WH
have to, to fill the positions we now have
open for competent managers, salesmen, office
and technical men. Call or write Pacific Com.
mercial Bureau, suite 45. Concord block. 2d
DRAMATIC VAUDEVILLE. ACTING
stage dancing, sketches taught; terms rea
sonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 6th and
WANTED AMATEURS FOR THEATRICAL
companies. Portland World's Fair, sketch
teams, musical acts, etc Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit. Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
LEARN BARBER TRADE AT GILLETT.
Teaches you free In shops: practical meth
od: wages while learning: no fake barber
college. 611 Commercial st., San Francisco.
FURNITURE POLISHING SOLICITORS, AD-
vcrtlslng solicitors, subscription solicitors;
liberal commission; special Inducements. 63G
Chamber of Commerce.
A SALESMAN WITH EXPERIENCE FOR
clothing, gents furnishing and shoes, wanted
at once; state wages asaea. Aaaress a. xi.
Wessel. Pendleton, Or.
"WANTED DRIVER FOR MARKET, CITY
experience In market prererred. Clerks
Registration Bureau. 263 Morrison st.
DETECTIVES EVERY LOCALITY; GOOD
salary, experience unnecessary. Inter-State
Detective Agency, Miiwauxee, -vvjs.
WANTED A MAN AT ONCE. TO TAKE
half Interest in a No. 1 real estate office.
Address E 29, care oregonian.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE NEWLY
opened; special inducements to young men
to learn traae. sot rianaers.
WANTED 3 SOLICITORS, SALARY OR
commission. $2.50 to 50 per day. Address
V r, oregonian.
WANTED FFv"B SOLICITORS. SALARY OR
coromitaipn. $4 to per cay. Labbe
WANTED 2 FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTER-
ers, Washington Mattress & Furniture Co.,
WANTED BOY WITH WHEEL TO DBLIV-
er. Imperial Grocery-Delicatessen. 428 Wash
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; some money required. 260 First,
Men wanted to learn barber Trade. Barber
College, 4I Howard at.. San Francisco.
BOY WANTED FOR OFFICE WORK AND
as messenger, v 29, Oregonlan.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST., CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
STREET MEN TO WORK ON COMMISSION
Call 272 Oak st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE,
LADIES EARN $20 PER HUNDRED
writing short letters; send stamped en
velope for particulars, ideal Mtg. Co.. cas
CHAMBERWORIC. WAITING (MILLHANDS
washwoman, domestics (Japanese, tugene)
cook, waitress (East). Drake, ":ooi wash
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS. WAIT-
era. chambermaids, general worJcerg. tt,
Louis Agency, 230& Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED GIRLS TO LEARN MILLINERY
whole course taught In 1 month, $10. Ap
ply at Hotel Brown, room 220, TL East
W'OMAN OF ABILITY. GOOD TALKER. TO
manage branch of Portland buslnes house
town Ovw; uoiiu iciiuiivu. -u. ufriiuiiiau.
WANTED A YOUNG LADY STENOORA
pher; one acquainted with the machinery
business preferred. B 30, Oregonlan.
WANTED MILLINERY APPRENTICES
and women to run sewing macnines. ap
ply to Lowengart & Co.. 02 Front st.
WANTEP GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worK; io in iamii, suua wuscs, iai
liast .Main. cor. mu.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
LADIES WANTED EVERYWHERE. COPY
Injr letters t home, evenings or spare time
and return to us. No mailing or canvass
ing, $9 weekly earned, material free. In
close self-addressed envelope for particu
lars. Guarantee Co.. No. S 225. Dth St..
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME. $9 PER
week; materials sent everywhere free:
steady work, plain sewing oaly. Send ad
drcsed envelope for full particulars. W. J.
W.. Du Pont. Philadelphia, Pa.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
berxnalds. cooks, waitress ea. nursa girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. 313
to $30. Canadian Parlors. 2266 Morrison.
Phcne Main 1323.
DRAMATIC VAUDEVILLE, ACTING
stage dancing, sketches taught; terms rea
sonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 6th and
WANTED YOUNG LADY. TO LEARN
nurse's profession; aged 20-23. of good ad
dress and In gocd health. For particulars
address Bunnyslde Hospital Tenlno, Wash.
WANTED AMATEURS FOR THEATRICAL
companies. Portland World's Fair, sketch
teams, musical acts, etc. Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit, Raleigh, 0th and Washington.
EXPERIENCED FORELADY FOR OUR
factory manufacturing overalls and shirts.
Apply, with references, to Clendening,
Angllm & Co., Seattle. Wash.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook; good wages to
right party. Apply 22S Union ave., N.,
near Holiday ave.
GIRL OR WOMAN TO ASSIST IN DINING
room meal hours in exchange for board. K
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family. Apply after 7 evenings at S2S
GIRL WANTED TO DO HOUSEWORK IN
6mall family. Apply 352 Morrison at.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
ply 632 Hancock st.. Irvlngton.
TWO EXPERIENCED CLERKS FOR STORE.
Call Main 2044 tomorrow.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER, MALE OR
female, for land office, out of town, must
have some business' ability and be ac
curate; salary not to exceed $30; board
reasonable. Address H 29. Oregonlan.
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE AGENTS LA
dies or gentlemen, do you want to bet
ter your condition by working for a fast-
seuing insurance plan. J. P. Metcair,
room 612. Marquam bldg.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
BY YOUNG MAN. POSITION IN OFFICE OR
clothing stors; 7 years experience bookkeep
ing and shipping clerk; good references. R
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER; Al
references, a 29, Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS LITHOGRAPHER WOULD
like a position In Portland; parties desirous
of obtaining his services pleaee communicate
wth U. Mohler, care poernoecner Jianu
facturlng Co., city.
TELEPHONE DRAKE FOR HELP: TEN
waitresses, chambermaids, cooks, dlshwash
ers, 100 housework girls, housekeepers.
MARRIED MAND WANTS WORK ON
farm, experienced dairyman and farmer:
wife will cook If necessary! state wages.
S 29, Oregonian.
0 COOKS (WHITE. NEGRO. CHINESE).
waiters, dishwashers, farmhands, laborers
(city or camp). Telephone Drake's. 205 Va
YOUNG MAN. SPEAKING ENGLISH.
French and German, wishes employment.
Address n. 1., zso ront street.
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS. COOK. WANTS
position in hotel, restaurant, many years ex
perience. 1 ai, oregonian.
JAPANESE ROY WANTS POSITION HOUSE
work or dishwashing. Japanese Mission, 121
N. 15th. Clay 854.
"WANTED POSITION AS FIRST-CLASS
cook. Address Joe Crlvelll. 81 N. 10th.
POSITION IN ELECTRIC LIGHT OR POW-
er nlant. Y 27. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT
bookkeeper; 9 years experience as otlice
manager and bookkeeper; references. K 24,
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position; has knowledge of bookkeeping; mod
erate salary. N 29, Oregonlan.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG WIDOW. FINN.
with girl 3, desires situation as houseKceper.
widower, or family, city. 23Q Yamhill.
Phone Black 2S81.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS. ROOM 217.
Allsky bldg. Tailor-made suits ana wraps or
all kinds. Jackets rellned. Skirts bound and
pressed for $1. Prices reasonabl.
SHIRTWAISTS. 75c UP; CHRISTMAS AR-
tlcles made to order; iancy soia puiows tor
sale. 191 6th.
FIRST-CLASS SEWING BY THE DAY; FIT
guaranteed; tailor system. " 4, oregonian.
PLAIN SEWING. SHIRTWAISTS. 50c UP.
270 Market it., bet. 3d and 4th.
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL WISHES A Posi
tion doing general nousewora or second gin;
wages, $20 a month. Phone Front 111. or
call 3S7 N. 24th.
A YOUNG JAPANESE GIRL WANTS
housework, help cook, small wages. 131 i
6th st.. N-. city.
WANTED PERMANENT POSITION BY
neat Japanese girl to work in city. J 29.
A GIRL WANTS CHAMBERWORK IN PRI-
vato boardlng-houee. 0. oregonian.
WOMAN WISHES HOUSEWORK BY THE
day. Telephone scott zisaa.
SOLICITOR OF EXPERIENCE WANTS TO
change position January 1; salary and com
mission basis: references furnished and re
quired. A. N. Talcott. Dea Moines. Iowa.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, waitresses, nurse girls, second girls,
chambermaids, housework. 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2SS1.
WORK WANTED FOR CHAMBERMAIDS; 10
waitresses tsome tasiernj; huujc ucjjj,
anybody needed. Drake, 203 Washington.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY.
Phone East 2452.
A. J. CRANWELL &, CO.. 218-224 ABtNG
ton bldg.. wholesale dealers and jobbers,
carry the largest stock of Jewelry, notions,
and novelties west of Chicago; retail trade
supplied; touse-to-house canvassers, ped.
dlers and agents can make big money
handling our special lines. Call and lnapest
our new stock for Christmas trade.
AGENTS AND STREET MEN I AM
wholesaling for cash all kinds of novelties
and jewelry. Office open all Sunday and
6:30 evenings, except Saturdays. Room 24.
204 4 th at. Sam Ruby.
WANTED ENERGETIC PERSONS (MEN OR
women) to solicit ordern: salary or commls-
slon. Box 505. Portland.
AGENT WANTED TO SELL GAS HEATER.
Apply 427 Chamber of Commerce. 11 to 12.
WANTED PICTURE AGENTS. LADIES OR
gents; big money. 404 Ablngton bldg.
Wanted Portrait agents: side line; big money.
Lucerne Photo Studio, Dekum bldg.
E. A. CLEM U CO.. 251 ALDER ST.. PORT
land Or. Mining securities bought and sold;
Rtocks in producing properties a (specialty:
reliable corporations represented.
WANTED $3000 STOCK OF GENERAL
merchandise in good town, near Portland.
Addresa F. E. Denison. General Delivery,
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and" shoes: hlgheot price patd. Call at th
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hoed 517.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR anc at HOOLA
baugh'a. 207 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4 th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tla of all kinds. Phono East. 2233.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY RESPONSIBLE PARTY 6
or 7-room collage or nat. uniumisea or
partly furnished, must be centrally lo
cated and reasonable rent, with long lease.
P 'JO, Oregonlan.
WANTED BY RESPONSIBLE PARTY.
small family, gentleman.- wife and son, mod
em 7 or 8-room house, spacious yard; rent
$35 to $40; must be best location- Address
P 2S. care Oregpnlan.
WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT
houses. If you have a bouse to rent, see us
or send description. We make no charge for
renting. H. E. Edwards. 1S7 1st st.
WANTSD-BY YOUNG BUSINESS MAN,
room, witn creaKiasi, in private iamny;
must be modern in every particular; refer
ences furnished. A 23, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT FULL SIZE OR HALF
of store, by responsible nrm. wining to pay
good rent for good location. Address R 2S,
WANTED TO RENT PART OF STORE BY
responsible pary engaged In jewelry .business.
Address H 19. care. Oregonlan.
WANTED 3 OR 4 FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping room, for man, wne ami cnuu ci
years. O 29. Oregonlan.
WANTED ONE OR MORE LARGE. LIGHT
upstairs rooms, located In shopping center.
E 24. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT TO MAN AND WIFE, OR TO
two gentlemen, large alcove room; ajso two
large rooms and one small room; these rooms
are nicely furnished and ataam heated. In
quire at 67 North 20th street, half.hlock
from Washington strent; or telephone Main
THE ATJDITORrUM. 203 3D ST.. BET.
Taylor and Salmon, one diccjc soutn 01
Baker Theater, nevr brick building, ele
gantly furnished, steam heat, hot and cold
water In room, porcelain bath, rooms with
private baths, elevator; reasonable rate.
THE COSMOS. B. E. COS 4TH AND MOR
rison; best down-town rooms In the city;
heat and service night and day; rates $3.50
per week and up. Including bath; $1 day.
THE NEWCASTLE. 3D AND HARRISON
Elegant up-to-date furnished and unfurnish
ed housekeeping and other rooms: heat, bath,
light free; reasonable prices.
FURNISHED ROOMS. BOARD IF RE
quircd, 2 minutes' walk Steel Bridge, de
sirable locality; gas, bath, phone; moder
ate. Phone East 1992.
FOR RENT NICE SUITE ROOMS DURING
legislature, centrally located, opposite good
boarding house. Address 233 Ferry st.,
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, $.".50
Eer week, with running water, furnace heat,
ath, phone, private family, central. 394
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOM IN
private family. 687 Davis St., bet. 21st and
22d. lblock N. from Washington st.
THE TEMPLE LIGHT, WELL-FUR-nlshed
rooms, $2.30 week up. 343 Yam
hill st., opposite Hotel Portland.
$11 FURNISHED ROOM IN PRIVATE
family, for two gentlomen: gas, phone,
heat. 25-1 Mongomery, cor. 3d.
166 10TH, NEAR MORRISON WELL-FUR-hlshed
rooms, suitable for ene or two gen
tlemen; modern conveniences.
THE ELM. 121 13TH. COR. WASHINGTON
Newly furnished rooms, single or en
suite; modern conveniences.
TIE DEXTER NO. 124 12TH. COR. WASH
Ingtcn, nl: comfy rooms, single, en eulta,
transient. Phono Green 4S8.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. SEIT
able two gentlemen or roan and wife. H
11th, cor. Burnsldc.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS
at the American Exchange., 26SH Front:
SINGLE ROOM FOR RENT IN PRHTATE
family. $1.30 week. 324 Second st.. between
Clay and Market.
THE MARQUAM HOUSE, 145;, OTH ST.
Rooms, single, en suite and housekeeping.
Phone Clay 1633.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR
gentleman, bath, gas. 432 Jefferson, bet.
11th and 12th.
TWO SINGLE ROOMS. WELL FURNISHED.
407 Stark, near loth. All modern conven -encee.
ROOMS. FURNI3HED OR UNFURNISHED:
steam heat, bath, gas 26S lh; near JeC
4 ROOMS. WELL FURNISHED. NEAR ST.
Johns car line; rent $12. Phone Scott 1004.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR TWO
gentlemen; gas, bath, phone, $12. 329 llta.
THE APPLETON. 71 N. 6TH SUNNY FUR
nlshed rooms. $2 up; transient rooms.
COOD FURNISHED ROOMS WFTH STOVES.
$5 per month. Jiay ana water.
TS IRVING NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
rcom. suitable for two gepuemea.
FOR RENT SIX-ROOM HOUSE. 511 MAR-
kct st. Inquire olo Marjset st.
SO W. PARK-PLEASANT FRONT ROOM.
furnished; close in; reasonaoie.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. CLOSE JN.
bath and phone, zvj jenerson.
A FEW CHOICE VACANCIES AT Jia.
Hills'. 161 23d at.
Rooms With Board;
THE COLONIAL A SELECT FAMILY HQ-
tel, 163-107 10th St.. cor. Jiorrison. inero
are now a few vacancies; fine rooms, nicely
furnished; steam heat In every room;
plenty of hot water; porcelain baths; hand
some dining-room. Table and service first
WE HAVE A FINE SUITE AND ONE SIN
gle room 'empty at present; running water,
steam heat, electric light, phone, bath, home
cooking. The Ohio. 150 11th st.,- near Mor
rison. PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNIO.-16TH YEAR:
rooms with board: uoe of sewlng-room; usa
of library; Woman's Exchange. Address Mrs.
Anabel Russell, superintendent. 510 Flanders.
HOTEL BROWN. 271 GRAND AVENUE
Fleaiant room, single or eni suite; elevator;
billiard-room; transients: bofh car lines.
BOARD AND ROOMS. QUI?T SURROUND
Inss, terms reasonable, bath: and phone. 171
Green ave.. off Ford.
301 ALDER. COR. 10TH.-NICELY FUR-
nlshed front alcove room, wim ooaro, jguu
295 1 OTH. NICE. LARGE FRONT ROOJI.
suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife;
WANTED 5 OR 6 STEA
and roomers, table board
GOOD BOARD. GOOD BATli GOOD ROOM;
$4.73 per week. 32 N. lltk. Phone Main
515 MORRISON Desirable elites: hot. cold
watei ; single room, with ot without board.
VERY PLEASANT R003IS. "TTH OR WITH
out board; modern convenienifcs. 14 1 . rar-
THB OZARK. 225 11TH "rEX
vah -nf o rVf mild tvaier..
AlUlO or klUKlC, -uo.iu, -- p
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED. ROOMS WITH
board In private family. -12' N. 21st.
board In private family
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH "OARD; HOME
uCiinp' Kncnan lanmi. i-.ti
LARGE FRONT ROOM. WIH OR WITH
out board, fine location. 2f5 6th.
SMALL FURNISHED ROOM,
153 13th St., cor. .uornson,
ROOMS WITH BOARD AT STERLING. 533
Couch. Ptehe Main 436.
' Flats. I
6-ROOM FLAT. NEW. IODERN. CEN
tral, steam heat. Frank E. Hart. Sher
THREE-ROOM MODERN FLAT. FIRST
floor. Inquire Sevllla. flatlA. 227 Market st.
FOR RENT SIX-ROOM klODERN FLAT,
gas. electricity, furnace. Main 4676.
FOR RENT NEW. MOpERN, 6-ROOM
flats on 13th. Cajl 433 Market.
FOR RENT NEW UPPEF.1 6-RQOM FLAT.
369 12th St. I t
THE ONEONTA. 187 17TH 1T NEAR YAM
hlHNew house: elegar.tljf furnished apart
ments, in suites of 2. 3. an 4 rooms; hot and
cold water: gas range in ejeh kitchen; steam
heat and baths; free phon) on each floor.
$3 PER MONTH SUITES fF TWO UNFCR
nlshed rooms, with gas 4v's5 new- cIeaa.
near MorrbTon-st. bridge: kave to be seen to
be appreciated. 382 E. Yamhill st.
165 1 OTH THREE NEARLY FURNISHED
and convenient housekeepiig rooms; $20.