12 THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 190-L FINE FOWLS ON VIEW Annual Oregon Poultry Show Is Open. DIN OF BARNYARD SOUNDS Cats and Guinea Pigs, Turkeys and Swans, Rabbits and Parrots, dickens and Pheasants Vie for Public Attention. Br-r-r-ce, said the white "Wyandotte pullet. ' I m a winner," announced the Cochin c k ;?how me." said the Chinese pheasant. And the annual poultry show o the tVegon Poultry Association was on. The show is given this year at the corner of Third and Taylor streets. Poultry, pets and other creatures arc there in abun xiancc. The sounds rising from the build in?; arc as those comlns from a concen trated and condensed farmyard. Gay. old roosters strut In their best plumage, iier.s crow with delight, pheasants show the- pretty feathers, cats curl up in ith"!- stalls, turkeys cobble with joy. STiinea piss hide behind one another, rab bits look at the spectators with dreamy es, the black swan arches its neck ad- lilrlngly and .parrots scream a welcome. trt-Jlr the judges walk up and down the aisles picking out the ribbon winners. The show this year may well be com plimented. It is at once well arranged and complete. There Is a black-tall ban Sam of the species Japanese, with a comb which makes It look as though he had attempted to swallow a beefsteak and 4thc steak had stuck in his craw. There Is the Polish cock who looks as though "he never combed his hair, bantams with xho fire of battle in their eyes. Cochins In all their splendor. Leghorns that would grace the coops of the most fas tidious fancier. Andalusians, "Wyandottcs, '"Winorcas. Houdans. Hamburgs, Redcaps, Dorkings. P!ymouth Rocks and the rest are all There. In one window are four Chinese pheasants, fresh captured from the wilds cf Oregon. They are a trifle timid, but nil the more beautiful in their timidity. Pigeons of all sorts from the common, vcry-day plo pigeon to the homing va riety and the wise carriers, are to be eeen Rabbits arc there in large numbers, among thorn an exquisite specimen of the Alaska white. Admirers of feline beauty will have nothing to disappoint "them when they see the few specimens exhibited. For an oddity there is an ar.xm&l purporting to be a cross between a Chinese pheasant and a brown Leg horn The judges, Elmer Dixon, of Oregon City, TV. M. Browning, or Ogden. and Thomas Wilkinson, of Nanaimo, B. C, were busy yesterday examining the f-w!s. and awards In all classes will be ir.nxie this afternoon. The display of Plymouth Rocks is par-tJ-alarly commendable. Buff and "White lio( ks are shown to good advantage. Ttewn the conter aisle, where the light is not so good, is a Cochin cock who per sists In announcing: "Here it's vnornlng ai the time." Surrounding him is as pretty a collection of hens of his breed tui was ever seen. Leghorns are shown t-3 advantage also. Polish cocks and henB attracted much attention yesterday. Trcre are several specimens of Red Caps above the ordinary, and Winorcas are all that could be expected. ? umbers of poultry fanciers from "out of the city are In attendance at the show, sxnong them Emma J. Mellette, editor of the Western Poultry World, of Denver. There was a good attendance at the show yesterday and it will no doubt continue. DEVOTION OF A WIFE. Mrs. W. H. Whorton Tolls Over Wash tub to Pay Husband's Debt. Over the washboard, in her humble home jit 763 Belmont street, bends Mrs. W. H. "Whorton. Day after day, unceasingly save for a few short hours of sleep, she works on. Her object Is to save her hus band from disgrace and she "trill accom plish it. It is a story fraught with bit terness, of a woman's undying devotion jmd love. In September W. H. Whorton disap peared. With him, supposedly, went 5120, belonging to the United Artisans, of which -order he was the treasurer at the time, ot until a few days ago did the wife as certain anything of the whereabouts of iher husband. She learned he had been ill tn the Wayside Mission Hospital, at Se attle. Now, Mrs. Whorton says, the shortage -of her husband has been made good. She borrowed $120 from personal friends, paid it to the Artisans and holds a receipt for It So, over the washboard. In her humble home, she works unceasingly to uphold the name of the man of her choice, for she declares he never stole the money, v.but was robbed, and that he will bo home Christmas to explain everything and begin life anew. FATE OF A GUKNEE. 5oes Hunting on Sunday and Loses His Wife. ' If you go out hunting you'll come back home and find me gone," was the warning given James Buchanan by his wife. Pearl Buchanan, when he shouldered his gun and marched away from his domicile in entralia, Sunday. And suiting action to Tcord she packed up and came to Port land When the husband returned his hearth was cold and his wife gone. Yesterday she was picked up In Port land, whither she had come to see some friends with whom she became acquainted while taking medical treatment six months ago She expressed a willingness to ac company her 'father, James Evans, home, hut said she could never again live with her husband. STYLE AITD ORIGINALITY. "ar high novelties, Imported from Lon don, Paris, Vienna and Berlin, consist of ciglnal and exclusive (no duplicates) de signs in smokers' tables and sets. Just xhe thing for the smoking-room, den or library. Elegant, but not too expensive. Our pipe plaques are useful and will make your home more attractive. We study the wants of our patrons. Ladies specially inxited. SIG. SICHEL & CO., 92 Third Street Agents Garcia and Ml Hogar Cigars. Filipinos at Inauguration. "WASHINGTON, Dec 20. At the Cabi net meeting today the action of the Agri cultural Department in standardizing (onf additional foodstuffs was approved cn the recommendation of Secretary Wil son Secretary Taft said at the conclusion cf the meeting that he had submitted to the President a report on his mission to Panama. The report was confidential, and toe could not discuss it at this time. He also said it had been decided that the Philippine Scouts, who constituted one of ihe features of the Philippine exhibit at i Cr Tjan?c 1?:-rnnRltion. arid who are to ri appear at the inauguration of President vRjosevelt on the 4th joi .March, snouia go ! roiu Washington after the inauguration A CARPET SWEEPER Bissell's the very best handsomely fin ished; useful every day in the year. $21 to $4.50 Footstool firm durable frame, finely upholstered. $1.25 J. G. MACK & CO. Exclusive Carpet House mZZ. XST8C8AX, Prw. European Plan THE PORTLAND FCRTUXD, OR. Anerlcao Plaa also European Plan. Modera Restaurant. $3 PER DAY and upward. to New York, where they will participate in the annual military tournament to be held there in March. Soon alter the tour nament they will return to the Philippines by way of San Francisco. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL KEPOBT. PORTLAND, Dec. 20. Maximum tempera ture. 46 deg.; minimum, 40. River reading at 11 A. M., 5.1 feet; change in past 24 hours. 0.8 foot. Total precipitation. 8 P. M. to 5 P. M., none; total since September 1, 1904, 13.57 inches: normal, 16.54; deficiency, 2.97. Total sunshine December 19, 1904, none; pos sible sunshine, S hours and 36 minutes. Ba rometer (reduced, to sea level), at 5 P. M., 29.85. PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. Wind. COST N 1CUXI0X DwLLAX. " Vn g I "5 3 iS" STATIONS. Baker City .J36JO.O0l tSE Bismarck f30j0.O0,10W Boise 130 0.001 NW Eureka .. b4iO-00 W Helena 4B0.00 ;SW Kamloops. B. C....2Si T J 0 ..... North Head f0OO.O0,42,S Pocatello ;460.O0.10,E Portland 46'0.00 8.SE Red Bluff 42;0.00, BE Rcseburg 50,0.O0: W Sacramento ;40;O.O0 N Salt Lake City 48,0.00 ,W Ban Francisco 480.00 8 X Spokane j3fll T I NE Seattle . --H2; T i SE Walla Walla 142;0.00 "Is - Light. T trace. Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Snow Rain Cloudy Cloudy iCloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy WEATHER CONDITIONS. A disturbance made Its appearance off the Washington coast early this afternoon, and storm southeast warnings were ordered at 1:80 P. M. on tho Strait of Fuca and at the mouth of the Columbia River. At 5:40 P. M. they were extended to Include all Pucet Sound sea ports. During the last 12 hours light rain has fallen along the Washington coast and at a few places in the Interior of Washington. It is cooler In Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, but elsewhere no marked change In temperature has occurred. The Indications are for rain or snow In this district Wednesday, with high southerly winds. WEATHER FORECASTS. Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for 28 hours ending at midnight. December 21: Portland and vicinity Rain, possibly part snow; brisk to high southerly winds. Western Oregon and Western Washington Rain, probably part snow; brisk to High, south, erly winds. Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Rain or snow; high southerly winds. Southern Idaho Rain -or snow, probably cool er east portion, EDWARD A. SEALS. District Forecastor. NEW TODAY. WANTED PARTNER, WITH $400 OR 5500. for wood business; established. Apply at law office of C. H. Plggott, 4 Mulkey bldg.. city. WANTED CASCARA. GRAPE ROOT. Rossnberr Bros. & Co, 200 H Washington. TURKEYS TURKEYS! Corn-Fed Turkeys for Xmas. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS EARLY Creamery butter 50c and 55c Dairy butter SOo and S5c Best creamery 55c and 60c Eggs 25c and 80c Best sugar-cured hams............ ...13c Breakfast bacon 14c and 15c Cheese, ful cream 10c. 12ijc and 15e Chickens, geese and turkeys for Christmas. All goods retailed at wholesale prices. LA GRANDE CREAMERY. 2G4 Yamhill. 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. P8RTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON 109 Third Street. 22x100 Flanders, bet. 22d and 23d. for sale. R. TA. Wilbur. 306 McKay bldg. FOR CHRISTMAS J Let your gifts be useful as well as beautiful. Here are three suggestions: A RUG will brighten any room and remain a beauty spot in the tome for years. AH sizes and prices, $1 tb $42 86-88 Third Street c w. xmma, x $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 pr Day ISA KUIim HI UX8E1CIU TtmiEtt Special r m eaade to families ud single geatl oe. Tho soan arrmest will b-i pleased at all ttnaee ta show tooai ui rlr prices. A Boeder Turkish bath es tablish nut La the he 11. 1. C. BOWER. Muurr. AUCTION SALES TODAY. By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom, ISO First street at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer. MEETING NOTICES. PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 55. A. F. & A. M. Special communication (Wednesday), the 21st. at 9:30 A. M., to conduct the funeral serv ice of our late brother. Ellas View ers. Interment at Lone Fir Cemetery. All members and visitors are Tequested to at tend. By order W. M. I. W. PRATT, Sec PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO. 3, R. A M. Regular convocation this (Wednesday) evening at 7:30 sharp. Election and Installation of officers. By order of the E. II. P. HENRY ROE. Secretary. WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 46. A. F. & A. M. Stated communica tion this (Wednesday) evening. 7:30 o'clock. Masonic Hall, Burkhard building. Annual election of officers and payment of dues. A full attendance Is desired. Visitors welcome. By order W. M. J. H. RICHMOND, Secretary. ORIENT LODGE, NO. 17, I. O. O. F. Regular meeting this Wednesday) evening In Orient Hall, East Portland. Initiation. W. A. WHEELER, 8ec. f aiAilUSE ENGINEERS' BENE- Members of the above association will meet At S A. M. at their hall. 40 Vx 1st st., and prepare to attend the funeral and escort the remains of our late brother. Ellas Vlckers. to Lone Fir Cemetery. The services will be held at the residence of his sister. Mrs. Susan Noon ing. 49 N. 9th t.. at 10 A. M. A prompt and full attendance requested. By order A. B. ANDREWS, Pres. DEED. WELCH In Basin, Mont, December .19. 1904. R. J. Welch. MOUNTAIN At his late residence, 50 North 9th, Johns R. Mountain. Funeral notice later. FUNERAL NOTICES. PATERSON At 463 East 6th st. N.. Dec. 18. 1904. JeAfle Allan Paterson. aged 61 years. Funeral from residence Wednesday, at 1:30 P. M. Frlenda Invited. Interment Rlver Tlew Cemetery. Services at grave private. GUILES In thla city. December 18, 1904. Mrs. Martha, wife of George Guiles, aped 24 years 4 month and 8 days. Funeral t-111 take place today. December 21. at 10 A M., irym S. F. Dunnlcgs undertaking chapel, 414 Est Alder street. Friends Invited. VICKERS In this city. December 18. 1004. Ellas Vickers. aged CO years. The funeral will start from the residence of his sis ter. Mrs. Susan Nooning, 49 N. 9th St., Wednesday, December 21. at 10 A. M-. and thence to Lone Fir Cemetery, where services will be held by Portland Lodge. No. 55, A. F. and A. M. Friends and acquaintances Invited. ANDERSON In this city, Dec 18. 1904. Mary Anderson, 58 years 5 months 4 days, beloved wife of Andrew Anderson, and mother of Mrs. Anna Anderson, of Ishpemlng. Mich.; Sophie, Mary, Elizabeth and Gu, of Portland. Fu neral will take place Wednesday, Dec. 2J. 1904, at 2 P. M.. from the residence. 945 Borthwlck st. Interment at Lone Fir Ceme tery. Frinda Invited. Menominee and Ish pemlng, Mich., papers please copy. FLEISHER' In this city. December 19. 1904. Mae Flelsber, aged 19 years and 25 days, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flelsher. Funeral will take place Thursday, December 22, at 9 A. M from Dunning. McEntee & Gllbaugh's chapel. 7th and Fine sts., thence to the Cathedral, 15th and Davis sts., at 9:15 A. M.. where requiem high mass will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Rievervlew Cemetery. Friends invited. San Francisco papers please copy. DUNNING, HcENTEE . O ILK AUG H. mccessors to Pawning M Cwnploa. utder takers aad emhslmer. Modem In arery d tall. 7th sad JHac ?kea Xala 42 B. Laj aasUtaat. EDWARD HOLMAN CO, Undertakers embalm erm. bars moreA ta tb&lr sew build ing. Third and Sabaea. Lady -i.,BT Xe.lezb.oae No. Kt7. J. P. UNLET SON. Funeral Directors, ecr. 3d aad Madison. Offlee of Certaty Cor ser. Lady assistant. Xelephea Na. 9. T. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 Et Alder. Lady astlstaat. Telephoae Hmt U. NEW TODAY. JAPANESE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. BAMBOO FURNITURE Largest StockLowest Prices R. KOHARA CO. S3l MORRISON ST., NEAR 7TH. AMUSEMENTS. COLUMBIA THEATER A. H. Ballard. Lessee a-nd Manager. 14th and Washington. Phone Main 311. Down-town box-office. Main 110. Tonight; all week, matinee Saturday, the. superb Columbia Stock Company, pre senting Dumas' great emotional drama, CAMILLE Most beautiful and complete production e-rer given In stock. Artistic success and hit of the season. Evening prices Entire 'lower floor, 50c, balcony. 50c. 35c, 25c; gallery. 15c. Matinee Entire lower floor, 25c; balcony. 25c. 15c; gallery. 10c Down-town box office open 10 A. M. till 7 P. M. at Dolly Varden Candy Shop. 327 Morrison st. phone Mala 110. After 7 P. M. at theater, pbone Main 311. Next week, Christmas week, "The Charity BalL" UlDniUU r.DdNn THFITPD V. I. Paagle. Res. Manager. Phone Main SS8. TONIGHT AT S:15 O'CLOCK, The Oriental musical comedy, "A CHINESE HONEYMOON." "Better than last year." Audrence. Last time tonlsht. Prices. XL50. $1, 75c. 50c 35c 25c Empire Theater George L. Baker. " Manager. Seats can be ordered by Phone Main 117. Prices Evening. 15c. 25c. S5c and 50c. Matinee, 10c, 15c and 25c. TONIGHT AND ALL THIS" WEEK. MATINEE SATURDAY. The Greater Black Patti Troubadours Hear Black Pattl elng "Suaanee River." See John. Rucker. the Alabama Blossom. - a. I - - Marquam Grand Theater XS?18 Phone Main 80S. Thursday. Friday. Saturday nights, Decem ber 22, 23. 24, 1904. Special price matinee Saturday. The operatic musical success, "THE PRINCESS Cine." Matinee prices Jl, 75c. 50c, 35c, 25c Evening prices J 1.50, $ 1, 75c, 50c, 35c 25c Seats are now selling. The Grand Theater TCfDAY I 19 FEATURE ACTS 13 TONIGHT I Programme of Novelties. It. E. ELDRIDGE. Sand picture artist, a terrific hit. ATHON. WILSON & CLARK COMEDY CO. Roaring farce. "Who's Brown?" RA1MOND AND TRICET. A "Mr." and "Miss" "Mistaken." THE CURTIS SISTERS. ' Queens of Melody. FLOOD AND HAYES. Barrell. face and nest-egg tricksters. MR. HARRY O. l.HAX. Recitations. MR. ALF BONNER. Illustrated song. "Two Little Orphans Are We." THE GRANDISCOPE The Suburbanite. Cy clone of Photographic Fun. Admission to any seat 10c box seats 25c THE STAR THEATER Or. Park aad Waabinctox. The Best and Most Fashion' able Vaudeville Theater Mexican Quintette World's greatest musicians. VAT, YAM AND MOWRA. WEAVER AND JONES. DAISY HAKCOURT. HERBERT, "THE 1HOU MAN." WHEEL AN AND HOLMES. J. XV. CLIFFORD. ED TURNER. THE rROJECTOSCOrE. Shows 2:30 to 4:3U P. M., 7:30 to 10:30 P. H. General .admission, luc; referred box seats. 25c BAKER THEATER SEATING & FLOOD. Managers. Third and Yamhill. LARGEST CONTINUUUtf VAUDEVLLUB ROU8E IN THl WORLD. EVERY SEAT 10c On performance afters oca; two every-aveaiag. THE ARCADE THEATER The -rWginal family vaudeville heuaa. This Week. CASPER AND JONES. THE Jb'AIRCIULDS. RITCHIE AND RICHARDS. IRENE FRANKLIN. BABY FERN HART. GENEVIEVE ARDELL. AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. Shows 2:20 tp 4:30 P. M.. 7:0 to 10:30 p. M. AdmUslon. 10c to any seat. LYRIC THEATER l Corner Alder and Seventh.) MIQH-CLASS REFINED VAUDEVILLE 230 to 4:30; 7:30 to 10:3O; Sunday. 2 to 16 P. M. Tbla ad. aad 10a will admit two pee94 ay Eoatlnee. except Sunday and holidays. TEN CENTS NO HIGHER. BIJOU THEATER Sixth St., opposite Oregonlan. Programme This Week: WESTIN, MAN OF MANY FACES. DIVINE DODSON. JENNIE BENTLEY. PEARL GREYSON. MURRAY HILL. "THE STRIKE," ON THE VITASCOPE. Admission 10c. Afternoons, from 2 to 4:30, evenings, from 7 to 10:30. Sundays, continuous from 2 to 10:50. CLASSIFIED AD. HATES. "Rooms." "Rooms and Hoard." "House keeping Roomii," "Situations Wasted." 15 words or lees, 15 cents ; IS to 20 words, 20 cents 1 21 ta 25 words, 25 ceata, etc No dis count for addltloaal insertions. UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except "New Today." 30 ceata for 15 words or I cm; 16 to 2ft words. 49 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, etc. first Insert 1 a. Each additional lajertloa. one-half; bo further disceuat ua der oae moats. IMPORTANT The lew second-time raU oa adrertlslag that runs either la tho classified columns, or under head "New Today." will be given only whea dvertiInr is laaerted oa coaaecnUve days. Dally amd Sunday issues. Advertising that b scheduled to appear s4 Interval of oae or more days apart will be charged for at full oae-usaa rata each la atrtioB. "NEW TODAY" (jraage measure acate), 13 cents per line, first Insertion: 10 cests per Use for each additional lmertloa. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad dressed care The Orecoaiaa, aad left at this tfloe, should always be laclosed la scaled ea Telopea. No stamp Is reqnired on such letter. The Oregoslan will sot be responsible for errors In adrertlsemeaU takes through the telephone. NEW TODAY. FOR SALE: Worthlngton Compound Duplex Pump, second hand, A I condition. Size 10xl8ixl4xl0. Deliver ing 875 gallons per min ute. Check valve, lub ricator, etc., complete. Inquire A. W. Cochras, Oregeniaa Building. MORTGAGE LOANS Oa Portland real estate a.t lowest rata. Titles insured. Abstracts furalshvd. Title Guarantee & Trust Co., 2 Caasasar er Cesasaarc. TXEW TODAY. XMAS SPECIALS Sale on Shirtwaists. $1.50 J2.00 J 2. 50 13.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 at at at at at at at $1.19- $1.50 $1.08 $2.S9 $2.79 $3.19 $3.59 Sale on Eiderdown Sacques. $1.00, $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $.00 at at at at at at at SOc $1.19 $L59 $1.9S $2.40 $?.S0 $3.20 Sale on Eiderdown Robes. $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $8.00 $6.50 $7.00 at at at at at at at $3.20- 3.CO $3.9S $4.39 $4.S0 $5:20 $5.60 It JVlay Be You. "With every dollar purchase a, chance is given on an elegant diamond ring and' a large doll, eleganUy dressed, to be given away Christmas Eve. BECK'S. 272 Washington st. EASILY AND CHEAPLY "The Oldest Trust Company La Oregon." (CAPITAL $300,000.) Issues Money Orders Payable Everywhere. 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 rostofflce Department. They are good to send Christmas presents to the Old Country. PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT OF OREGOH 109 Third Street. BENJ. I. COHEN President H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President B. LEE TAGET Secretary J. O. OOLTRA Assistant Secretary Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards Heal Estate City and Farm Insurance in All Line3 A. H. filEEELL, 202-S MeKar Building. Third and Stark. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. $3000 BEAUTIFfL 8-ROOM RESIDENCE, with 3 lota; swellest location on Mount Ta bor; $200 down, balance monthly, like pay ing rent. $2350 Very nice, new 6-room modern house on Williams ave., lot 50x120 feet; $200 down, balance monthly (Installments. $1250 Very nice, new 6-room cottage. "Wil liams ave.; $100 down, balance $13 per month. H. H. STAUB. 245H- Morrlion. room 12. Phone Red 2071. FOR SALE. $230. In Woodstock. Portland's most attractive suburb; lots 100x100: every lot a corner; $10. down. $10 per month. PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT. 109 Third Street. THE "WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO.. SUITE 100-101. Sherlock bldg., Portland. Or., phone Main 1440. "We are dealing In prop erty of every description In and out of Portland. Or. We have over THIRTY rooming houses and hotels- in the city, any number of rooms, any location, all prices. If you want to buy a rooming-house or ho tel, if you want to sell a rooming-house or any other property, call and see us. Correspondence solicited. FOR BALE. $1000 and $1100 Two lots at N. E. cor. 2d and Grover. "We will advance money to build. PORTLAND TRUST . COMPANT, 109 THIRD ST. 4 HOUSES FOR RENT OR SALE ON easy terms, 4 to 9 rooms, furnished. If de sired; 9-room house, 50x100, $1500; $1000 cash in advance; 3 houses for $750 each, $350 cash in advance; 10-roora house for $3000, 150 feet square. Phone Union 173. 1209 Division; take Richmond car. come two blocks to the left. FOR SALE. $550 Fine corner at E. 23d and Clinton, lot 50x100, level and high, fine view, on car line; worth $750- PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT, 109 THIRD ST. ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of handling acreage: we have tracts in sida 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 U Co.. 110 Second street. EXTRA LARGE LOT ON 12TH, NEAR BAP tlst Church, with good house, at a bargain: best corner in Holladay's, $1500; fine full lot on 23d, near Irving, with improvements, worth $2000, at $4000. Northrop. Commer cial block. FOR SALE NEW, MODERN. 7-ROOM colonial house, corner lot. 4 blocks from Sunnyslde car, line, 2 Blocks from Mt. Scott line, close In. $500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. Owner. J. A. Gray, Uni versity Park. Phone Union 6501. 4 NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGES. TOUR CHOICE for $C00; U cash, balance monthly; pn car line: large lots, shade trees. See owner, Joe Nash, In the white house at Nashville Sta tion, on Mt. Scott car line. WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, $2000 to $10,000; also business properties, 3000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whit ing &, Co.. 408 Ablngton bldg. FOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL NEW FOUR room cottage. lot 50x84, only $1000; parties going East. J 45. Oregonlan. 200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R. Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c 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, and Alder, on Lownsdala. In quire 123 Lownsdale st. CORNER E. 9TH AND EVERETT STS. Whole or fractional lot. Owner. 60 E. 0th. North. HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. $073 CASH. Berry Alexander. 4 K. 6th. FOR SALE 3-ROOM HOUSE. A BARGAIN; $1350. Pbone Scott 6590. FOR SALE FARMS. 6 ACRES LN ONE TRACT. 2 IN AN other, 5-room cottage on each tract, both new, 6 blocks east of Montavllla, all Al soil, fine tor truck farming. Come In and make offet on these tracts. Will make terms to suit buyer. Empire Investment Co., room 9. Chamber of Commerce. Exceptionally fine Improved farm, 55 acres, east of Portland: electric car. 227 Front. TO EXCHANGE. SECOND-HAND TALKING MACHINES OF all makes bought, sold and exchanged; bargains In second-hand machines and rec ords. 190 3d st. WILL EXCHANGE TWO WELL-LOCATED lot In city for house and lot or small farm; will assume some lncumbrence. Call 24SH Stark at. TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. "FREE GOVERNMENT LAND WE HAVE a tew flrst-class homestead locations on prairie land In Eastern Oregon: will pro duce 35 bushels of wheat to the acre, an abundance of running water for stock and domestic use: also a few good timber claims containing over 2.000.000 feet of yellow pine; will furnish the best of ref erences as to our reliability: write today for full particulars. Hudson Land Co., The Dalles. Or. LAND SCRIP. FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. aoBrovfed. unrestricted, ready for lmraedlata as LOWEST PRICES. E. 7. a 7. B. Riley. 608 Chamber Commerce: APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP for securing tltl timbered or agricultural land. H. B. Compson. 618 Marquam bldg. FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH r guaranteed land scrip on hand ready ta locate. Ma-innls k Son. 227 Falling bldg. FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER r!p: general land practice. Collla Lanl Co., Coacord Bldg. TOR SALE. Korses. Vehicle and Harneaa. HANDSOME SORREL GELDING COMING S years old. perfectly sound; can be driven by lady; suitable for any purpose. Call 23 N. 14th st. BUT THE CHILDREN A .CHRISTMAS present; gentle Shetland pony, cheap. Regal 8table. 23 N. 14th. WOLF STEEV buys and sells horses, wagons. harness, buggies, farm implement. 227 Front. 1 ' LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND vehicles en Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash. Plaaos. VERT FINE HIGH-GRADE UPRIGHT Pi ano for sale. ied very little. X 28. Ore gonlan. $250 CASH WILL BUT $425 PIANO; USED a few weeks; must sell at once. A 30. Ore gonlan. Miscellaneous. 4 DROP-HEAD SEWINO MACHINES IN llnght and dark oak, slightly acuffed. The above machines have bajRi-ln .the pfaec some time and will beWi von are contemrjlatintr seeing them. At 402 Wa3hrag"!b!!f$h Singer Mfg. Co.. Phone Main 43S8. SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY damaged machine 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. SIgel. agent. 335 Morrison st. . DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK? Repair It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to lay; needs no painting or coating: good over eld Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs. Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg. FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL, Hard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent tables, with privilege of buying: modern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balkt-Collender. 49 3d st. FOR SALS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, groceries and fixtures at discount; will sell part or whole. M. E. O'Connor, 715 Johnson. ANGORA GOATS AT A BARGAIN. 60 HEAD. Inquire G. W. Sharp. N. Yamhill, or of. owner. A. S. Watt. 746 E. Burnslde st. PARTY LEAVING CITY HAS FINE Pi ano, almost new. which must be sold; your price. Address G 45. Oregonlan. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN GASOLINE EN glne for automobile. 5H Horsopower. T. N. Smith, "phone Scott 1293. A NEAT CLUSTER DIAMOND RING WITH turquoise In center, only $14. Uncle Myers, 143 3d St.. near Alder. 1.000.000 HARD BRICK FOR SALE. MRS. Howe's brickyard. 1209 Division st. Pbone Union 173. FOR SALE $50GRAPHOPHONE OUT flt (almost new), $30. Call up Phone East 2182. Moving picture film. uRg slide, maglo las teres. T. P. Andrews. 109 Moat.. 8. F.. Cal. TWO CAGE CIRCUS WAGONS. ALL KINDS vehicles bought and sold. 211 Washington. Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods, rubber stamps, safes. Coast Co.. 231 Stark. Oliver typewriters, S. H. typewriters, all makes. Norrls Safe it Lock Co.. SI 3d st. BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF Americans now $25; 7th and Morrison. FRESH MILCH COW. YOUNG, GENTLE, Good .milker. 344 Sellwood St., Alblna. BEAUTIFUL CANARY BIRDS, DEEP TEL low, cheap. 231 H Market st. FOR SALE CHEAP SET OF BAND UNI forms. 29 N. 11th. upstairs. CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE BY W. EX Jacobs. Phone Union 1632. SMALL COOK STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP. 134 N. 9th. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FOR U. S. ARM1 ABLEBODD3D. unmarried men. between ages of 2i and 35. dtirens 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.. Portland. Or. SUCCESSFUL SALESMEN TO HANDLE line of staple specialties in Montana and -Eastern Idaho on commission. Sell mer chants only. A valuable aide line worth $3 to $10 a day to a good man. Give refer ences and experience. Address C 33, Ore gonlan. THU ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLSR HAS opened one of his famous barber colleges at 644 Clay st San Francisco; special induce ments this month; positions guaranteed; tui tion earned while learning. Call or write Chas. Halatead. agent. 215 MorrUon bu. Portland. RELIABLE PERSON EACH LOCALITY for business position; salary $20 weekly and expenses; expense money advanced; posi tion permanent; previous experience un necessary business established. Address Mr. Cooper, Como block, Chicago. EMPLOYED OR UNEMPLOYED IF YOU are a competent manager, salesman, tech nical or oitice man. we can help you to a good position. Call or writo for plan and booklet. Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 45, Concord blk., 2d and Stark. LOGCJEBS, MILL AND TaRDMEN. LAB orcrs. city and country; men and teams, farmhands and mllktra, restaurant and ief-houze help; work of all kinds. Ca nadian Employment Co., 249 Burnslds aa4 22&tt Morrison. Phone Main 3074. 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. 5 HOUSE CARPENTERS. $3. S HOURS. IN a good, live country town; steady Jobs .for competent mechanics. HANSEN'S OFFICE 26 N. 2D ST. WANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN FROM 23 to 35 years old. fair education, some business experience and knowledge of range riding. N 41, care Oregonlan. WANTED TO CARRY MORNING ORE KOnlans to Fulton Boy with pony pre ferred. Apply a't Oregonlan business office, 4:30 P. M. SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITORS. READY REF erence. weekly. 25c monthly: canva&s busi ness places; commission. 636 Chamber of Commerce. WE PAID ONE SALESMAN $489 COMMIS slons In one week. Pocket sample. D. T. Weir White Lead Co.. St. Louis. Mo. DETECTIVES EVERY LOCALITY; GOOD salary, experience unnecessary. Inter-Stata Detective Agency, Milwaukee, Wis. PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE NEWLY opened; special Inducements to young men to learn trade. 267 Flanders. WANTED FIVE SOLICITORS. SALARY OR commission. $4 to $10 per day. 23 Labb bldg.. Portland. Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber College. 741 Howard st.. San Francisco. FOUR GOOD SOLICITORS AT ONCE, good wages. Call 232 Stark st. DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.. CURES ALL P Ri vets diseases of men. WANTED BOY WITH WHEEL. 347 Washington street. HELP WANTED FEMALE. EXPERIENCED CLERK. GERMAN PRE f erred, begin January 1; .good salary. Clerks' Registration Bureau, 265 Mor rison st. . WANTED NEAT. ACTIVE GIRL AS clerk; no experience required; permanent. Clerks' Registration Bureau. 283 Morrison street. BRIGHT. UP-TO-DATE WOMEN TO CAN vas: splendid opportunity to right per sons. Call 0-12 A. M., 33 Front st. WOMAN OF ABILITY TO TRAVEL; MUST be unencumbered, of good address and will ing to work. J 41, Oregonlan. WANTED GIRL TO ATTEND OFFICE; light work; will pay $10 to $15 month. Ad dress E 45. Oregonlan. WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN eral housework: small family. Apply fore noons, 087 Northrup st. GIRL OF 14 TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK; can secure good home and small wages. 84 N. I6th. WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO HELP GEN eral hourcwork; no washing., 340 East Seventh N. WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR family of three. Apply 524 East Ilth st. WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Call 183 East 13th sL, near Taylor. GIRL FOP. GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP ply 692 Hancock St.. Irvlngton. EXPERIENCED GIRL TO, COOK AND DO general bouiework; 2 in family. 402 Taylor. HELP WANTED FEMALE. DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM bermalda, cooks, waitresses, nurse- girls, second girls, housekeepers, housework. $13 to $30. Canadian Parlor. 226& MorrUoa. Phone Main 1323. DRAMATIC. VAUDEVILLE. ACTING, STAGE daclnc sketches taught: terms reasonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's School of Acting. Raleigh bldg., 6th and Washington. EXPERIENCED FORELADY FOR OUR factory manufacturing overalls and shirts. Apply, with references, to Clendenlng. Angllm & Co.. Seattle. Wash. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework; must be a good cook; salary $25 per month. 7S6 Corbeit st.. cor. Glbbs; take S car. A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work; must be good cooKS'good wages to right party. Apply 2-3 Union ave., N.. near Holiday ave. LADIES EARN $20 PER HUNDRED writing short letters; send stamped en velope for particulars. Ideal Mfg. Co., Cas sopolls. ilch. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, waiters, chambermaldr. general workers; St. Louis Agency. 230& "Yamhill. Phone Black 2881. HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE. WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN OF fair education to travel for a firm of $230. 000 capital; salary $1072 per year and ex penses, paid weekly. Address, with stamp. J. A. Alexander, Portland,. Or. SITUATION WANTED MALE. Bookkeepers and Clerks. BY YOUNG MAN. POSITION IN OFFICE OR clothing store; 7 years' experience bookkeep ing and shipping clerk: good references. R 20. Oregonlan. YOUNG MAN. WITH 7 YEARS' EXPERI ence in grocery business, wishes employ ment. Address X 33. Oregonlan. A POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER OR GEN eral office work; experience in lumber of fice. V 44, Oregonlan. EXPERIENCED CLERK WANTS POSITION In a dry goods store. C 43, Oregonlan. Miscellaneous. TELEPHONE DRAKE FOR COOKS (ALL races), waiters, dishwashers, laborers, farm hands, clerks, porters, anybody. 2C5 Wash, lngton. YOUNG MAN. GOOD HABITS AND FAIR business education, - desires employment; moat any kind. Address N 44. Oregonlan. JAPANESE LABOR ASS'N CAN FURNISH domestic servants; farmer and all kinds of help. Black 092. 26S Everett st. WANTED WORK OF ANY . KIND BY 3 young Japanese boys. Address 43 N. 4th st.s city. Phone Clay 872. NICE JAPANESE BOY WANTS TO DO housework and cooking. Japanese Mission Phone Clay S54. WANTED POSITION AT BRICK-LAYING, odd Jobs taken. 424 1st. Phone West 2861. Schultr. TWO BRIGHT BOYS WANT POSITIONS as housework by the day. Japanese MIralon. Clay 834. JAPANESE YOUNG BOT WANTS HOUSE work. or make beds. T 44. Oregonlan. SITU ATI 0' WANTED FEMALE. Dressmakers. DRESSMAKING PARLORS. ROOM 217. Allsky bldg. Tailor-made suits and wraps of tdl kinds. Jackets rellned. Skirts bound and pressed for $L Prices reasonable. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WISHES work by day; flrst-class references. Phone Main 6038. Nurses. EXPERIENCED NURSE WISHES EN gagements; will take confinement casus; best references, phone Front 210S. A 43. Oregonlan. Domestics. JAPANESE GIRL WANTS POSITION IN family; do any kind o work. K 44. Ore gonlan. JAPANESE GIRL WANTS LIGHT WORK, for board and room; wages no object. P. O. Box 545. WANTED AGENTS. CASH IN ADVANCE EACH WEEK TO OUR salesmen; choice territory now open; write quickly for particulars; send references with first letter, and state where you want to work; outfit free. Address Washington Nursery Co., Toppenish. Wash. WANTED ENERGETIC PERSONS (MEN or women) to solicit orders: salary or com mission. Box 305, Portland. WANTED PICTURE AGENTS. LADIES OR gents; big money. 404 Ablngton bldg. Wanted Portrait agents; side line; big money. Lucerne Photo Studio. Dekum bldg. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED Rooms In all parts of the city. Apply 220 Goodnough building. Exposition Accommodation Bureau. Under direction of Lewis and Clark Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6266. WANTED BY RESPONSIBLE PARTY, small family, gentleman, wife and son. mod ern 7 or 8-room house, spacious yard; rent $35 to $40; must be best location. Address P 28, care Oregonlan. WE HAVE MANY CUSTOMERS WHO WANT bouses. If you have a house to rent, see us cr send description. We make no charge tor renting. H. E. Edwards. 187 1st at. WANTED TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS in block or rooming-house; heated and bath on same floor, by two gentlemen; good reference. 312 Fenton bldg. WANTED TO RENT PART OF STORE BY responsible paxy engaged In Jewelry business. Address H 19. care Oregonlan. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING and shoes; highest pnee paid. Call at the "Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517. IK YOU HAVE A LODGING-HOUSE FOR sale that Is a real bargain call 302 Madi son. SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR Doc at HOOLA baugb's. 2S7H Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th. WANTED MALE COCKER SPANIEL PUP. Phone Main 1526, 9 to 12 and 2 to 4. WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.' FOR RENT. Rooms. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. $3 PER week; hot and cold water; private family; central. 394 Yamhill. NICELY TURNISHED ROOMS. $? PER week; steam heat, electric light, bath. 130 11th, near Morrison. ONE FINE FRONT ROOM IN NEW. MOD "ern flat: will rent for ?10; bath, gas and phone. 246 7th st. 248 SIXTH ST.. FOUR BLOCKS SOUTH Hotel Portland, sunny furnished room with private family. THE MARQUAM HOUSE. 143b 6TH ST. Rooms, single, en suite aad housekeeping. Pbone Clay 1653. NICELY FURNISHED ALCOVE ROOM, suitable for two or three persons. 169 Park, near Morrison. THE - TEMPLETON, 206 FIRST ST. Flrst-class single rooms. $1.50 and up. Phone, bath. BAY-WINDOW ROOM. WELL FURNISHED, convenient to city. 2 Grand ave. S.. cor. E. Ankeny. 3C0H MADISON. BET. 5TH AND 6TH FINE ly furnished rooms; heat, bath- and gas; $1.50 uo. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, with bay windows; rents reasonable. 223 5th st. Hotel Butler. 409 Washington Elegantly fur nished rooms; tourist and transient solicited. 4 ROOMS. WELL FURNISHED. NEAR ST. Johns car line; rent $12. Phone Scott 1064. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. BATH, gas. 432 Jefferson, bet. ltlh and 12th. THE Y. AL C. A. HAS A. FREE LIST OF furnished rooms in all parts of city. TSS IRVING NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room, suitable for two gentlemea. 41 ELLA NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; gasr' bath and phone.