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THE MORNING OREGON! AN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1904.
WILL SEND VULCAN
Monster Iron Statue for Port-
land Fair. '
ALABAMA TO SEND EXHIBIT
Famous Statue Cast From Metal Will
Have Place Near Mining Build
ingArrangements for New
Fine Arts Palace.
The monster iron statue of Vulcan, from
the modal by G. Morctti, the well-known
sculptor. Is to be brought to Portland
and displayed at the Lewis and Clark Ex
position. Word has been received at Exposition
headquarters that the Commercial Club
o' Birmingham, Ala., Is devising means
to send the statue here. Mayor F. Y. An
derson is chairman of the committee hav
ing the details In charge. Joseph B.
Babb. secretary of the Birmingham Com
mercial Club, writes Secretary Reed that
It is quite certaifi that the Vulcan will
be sent to Portland within a few weeks.
The Vulcan -as cast In iron from 3Io
retti's model, and all of the metal used In
its construction, as well as the minerals
composing the foundations, are from Ala
bama mines. The exhibit was completed
at a cost of $20,000, and it took a year to
do the work. The Vulcan tips the scales
at 10a.&j0 pounds, and stands 57 feet high.
The statue is a very imposing one, great
In scope and bold In execution.
Will Occupy Prominent Place.
At the St Louis Fair the Vulcan was on
exhibition inside abuildlng, where Its im
posing grandeur was lost in the mass of
surrounding exhibits. Its head was near
the ceiling, too near for a good view to be
obtained. To be appreciated the Vulcan
must be viewed from a distance, when
the whole of the bold contour can be
taken In, and this was impossible, at St.
At the Lewis and Clark Exposition, how
ever, the Vulcan will be seen to better ad
vantage. The statue will have a promi
nent place on the grounds, perhaps near
the entrance to the Mines and Metallurgy
building. There the statue will stand in
all Its rough glory, in such a position that
It can easily be observed to advantage.
The Vulcan will, no doubt, prove to be
one of the features of the coming Exposi
tion. MANY EDITORS COMING.
Press Representatives Will Attend
Exposition in Large Numbers.
A reunion of all the state press associa
tions of the Pacific Coast Is among the
fixed events for 1905. The exact date will
depend upon the arrival of the excursion
of the National Editorial Association after
the annual meetlhg at Guthrie, Okla. The
original purpose was to meet at Guthrie
on May 20, and reach Portland the first
week In June, but at the request of Sec
retary Reed, of the Exposition, this plan
is being reconsidered, as the time set Is
considered too close to the opening of the
Final arrangements will depend upon
the action of the executive committee of
the National Association, which will be
held at Indianapolis on February 7 of
next year. It Is now probable that the
editors will arrive in Portland between
June 15 and June 23. Writing from Johns
town, O., Secretary Ashbrook, of the Na
tional Association, -says:
The National Editorial Association held its
convention In Portland .five yeans ago, and it
has ever since been the unanimous opinion of
&11 those who attended it that it was the most
enjoyable session we have ever held. The
Portland and Oregon people treated us royal
ly. 1 presume that you would prefer to have
us with you early, that the Centennial may
receive the full benefit of the advertising it
would receive at the hands of the visitors.
The N. E. A. la the largest and most repre
sentative body of newspaper men in the United
The California, Idaho, Montana rand
Washington Press Associations are agree
able to the idea of meeting in Portland
about the time of the arrival of the Na
tional Association. The Oregon Press As
sociation has already voted to hold its
1205 session in this city. It is not unlikely
that the. press associations of Nebraska
and other states will swing into line as
soon as definite arrangements for the
Guthrie convention are completed.
WILL CONSIDER ART PALACE.
Executive Committee to Meet for
This Purpose Today.
The executive committee of the Expo
sltion, which was to have held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon, will hold the
meeting today instead, and many impor
tant matters will come up for discussion.
President Goode will attend.
The principal topic of Interest will b.e
the erection of a Fine Arts building,
which is now deemed to be necessary.
Recent developments have demonstrated
the fact that such a building will be
needed. Word has reached the Exposi
tion headquarters that the cardinal's sec
retary of state, of Rome, has given per
mission to Father J. T. McNally, special
commissioner to Rome, for the transfer
of the valuable Vatican treasures to Port
land. The Jesuit fathers of the college in
St. Louis have charge of a part of the
ancient sacred relics, and more will be
sent over from Rome. The exhibit will
embrace manuscripts, paintings, mosaics.
Byzantine work of the Apse of the basil
ica of St. John Lateran, and other objects
of art never shown before.
There will be Included in the exhibit
copies of Raphael's Madonna Delia Seg
giola, in mosaic; of the Madonna of Bar
blno. both originals, in the Pitti Palace
at Florence; of the Arch of Titus, and a
tavola dl lavoro, or small table, showing
the method of working mosaics. There is
a very fine death mask of Pope Leo XTJI,
which belongs to C. Galll, of the Vatican,
and an attempt will be made to get this
for exhibition purposes also.
With this exhibit, and the art exhibit
coming from Russia and other countries
in view, the directors deem the Fine Arts
building absolutely necessary. The build
ing would entail an expenditure of be
tween 510,000 and $12,000, and considerable
planning will have to be done by the ex
ecutive committee at their meeting today.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC MEN HERE
Brought to Portland to Visit the
Lewis and Clark Grounds.
Following .the example set by the North,
ern Pacific, the Southern Pacific yester
day brought to Portland a party of state
agents to visit the Lewis and Clark Ex.
position. The site was visited, and al
though the iday was rainy, the visitors ex
pressed themselves as well pleased with
the prospect for a great Fair. The agents
were brought to Portland by the head offi
cials of the Southern Pacific, in order
that they could become better acquainted
with the Exposition and be able to give
to Intending visitors the required infor
mat! on. The party consisted of: A. Co
mcgys, ticket agent at Salem; A. J. Gil
lette, ticket agent at Eugene; L. B.
Moore, agent at Roseburg; J. P. Jester,
agent at Grant's Pass; D. L. Rice, agent
at Ashland; J. E. Former, agent at Cor
vallls; H. Connaway. agent at McMInn
vllle, and H. A. Hinsnaw, agent at HI lis -boro.
Lumbermen Will Be Here.
Nebraska lumbermen to the number of
240, accompanied by their wives and
friends, will arrive In Portland on June
24 next, remaining until June 26. They
will come on a special excursion train
which is expected to start from Lincoln,
Neb. The principal officers of the Ne
braska Lumber Dealers Association, the
organization which is planning the visit
to the Exposition, are: President, E. S.
Clarke, Gretna; vice-president, O. O. Sny
der, O'Neil; treasurer, William Fried,
Fremont; secretary, B. Critchfleld, Lin
coln. The Nebraska lumbermen are Interested
In Oregon and In the timber Industry of
this state. They come on a tour of in
struction ajid inspection, as well as of
pleasure, and their visit may result in
something beneficial to the state and the
city. Though it has not been- definitely
settled, it is expected that the excursion
will take on other timbermen and lum
ber dealers along the route.
WASCO OFFICIALS WIN SUIT.
Action Brought by Otto Eastlund
The jury in the case of Otto Eastlund
vs. Frank Menefec et al. brought in a
verdict yesterday in favor of the defend
ant, in accordance with the Instructions
of Judge Bellinger. This case was a dam?.
age suit brought by Eastlund. against
Mencfee, who is prosecuting attorney of
Wasco County, and against the Sheriff
of that county and others, the plaintiff's
allegation charging false and malicious
Imprisonment, for which $10,000 was asked
Because of weak testimony and a de
fect In the plea. Judge Bollinger decided
that his court had no jurisdiction over
the matter and therefore instructed the
jury to find for the defendant.
WANTS WAGES AND COMMISSION
Manager Blinn-Waldo Company Sues
for Back Pay.
L. O. Waldo seeks to recover $2050 from
L. W. Blinn for services porformed in
assisting in the sale of the Blinn-Waldo
Mill Company property. Yesterday he
filed suit in the State Circuit Court
against Blinn to recover that sum. Waldo
In his complaint avers that on November
24, 1904, he entered Into an agreement
with Blinn under which he was to be paid
as commission one-half of what was re
ceived for the property over arid above
The sale was effected for $20,100, Waldo
alleges, making $2050 due him, which has
not been paid.
Waldo has also sued the Blinn-Waldo
Mill Company and L. W. Blinn to recover
$2500 back salary, alleged to be due for
services rendered as manager of the com
pany. Beginning in June, 1902, Waldo says
he was engaged as manager at a salary
of $250 per month, and has not been paid
during the past ten, months. Blinn, h6
avers, subscribed for 900 shares of stock
in the company at the par value of $100
per share, and paid thereon only $24,000,
and has since disposed of all of hia prop
erty in the State of Oregon and has no
Files Attachment Suit.
Ernest Kroner has filed an attachment
suit against Elva M. Bohn and W. G.
Bohn to recover $95 alleged to be due
pursuant to an agreement for the pur
chase by defendants of a house and lot in
Holladay Park Addition In September,
1903, for $3250. The complaint recites that
the Bohns were to assume a mortgage on
the lot for $1500, to execute a second mort
gage In favor of Kroner for $1075, to pay
$675 each, and to pay monthly Installments
of $20. Kroner alleges that there is $95
of the $675 unpaid, and he wants the
E. J. Ellison also filed an attachment
suit in the State Circuit Court against
Charles J. Browne, to recover $16S balance
due on notes.
Hearing in Salmon Case.
The suit of Lum Doner. rnnrraftnMniT tho
Chinese Arm of Rune. Wlrnr & f!n.
against the Sanborn-Cutting Company,
was begun in the United States Court
yesterday. This suit Is brought to recover
v a i v o cw,u. u ui me tinhorn-Cutting
Company to comply with the
terms or a saimon-packlng contract en
tered Into with the plaintiff.
The afternoon was taken un with Chi
nese witnesses who testified to the amount
of salmon packed by the plaintiff under
Navigation Company Incorporates.
The Newnort Navisratlon fVimnnnv
which will operate steamboats and ferry-
ooais on xaquma jjay ana its tributaries
ior me transportation or .passengers ana
freight, and will carry on an express bus
iness, filed articles of incorporation yes
terday in tne county Clerk's office. The
incorporators are John Marshall n
A. .Marshall and Charles Rivears, and the
capital stock is $jOX).
Takes Lunch With Royalty.
BERLIN, Dec 29. Baron Speck von
Sternberg, the German Ambassador to
the United States, and his wife lunched
with the Emperor and Empress today.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Dec. 20. Maximum tempera
ture, 55 deg.; minimum, 4L River reading at
11 A. M., 6.3 feet; change in past 24 hours,
rise l.C. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5 P.
M., 1.CS Inches; total since September 1, 1904.
10.92; normal, 18.87; deficiency, 1.33. Total
sunshine December 28, 1904, none; possible, 8
hours and 42 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sea level), at 5 P. M., 29.44.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C...
North Head ......
Red Bluff '.
Salt Lake City....
San Francisco ...
Tatoosh Island ...
fLight. T trace.
The storm noted Tuesday evening' off the
North Pacific coast is moving- very slowly
eastward. The following maximum wind ve.
loci ties occurred during the last 12 hours:
North Head, 72 miles south; Port Crescent, 34
miles south, and "Walla "Walla, 40 miles south
east. The wlnd-regtsterins instrument at Ta
tooh Island Is out of order, and the maximum
velocity at that station is not known, but it
is thought that It nearly equals that at North
The storm has caused general rains from San
Francisco north to Britten Columbia, and east
nearly' to the Rockj Mountains. Tho heaviest
fall during the last 12 hours was at Roseburg,
where 2. IS inches was measured.
The rains have been heavy all through the
"Willamette Valley, and they, together with
tho warm weather, will cause a marked rise
in the Willamette River. Just how high it
will go cannot now he foretold, but full re
porta will be received Friday morning, when
an estimate will be made regarding It.
. Storm southwest warnings -are continued at
all stations In this district, and It is not ex
pected the rains will cease for at least 21
36 0.011 ;s
44 0.00 lots
52(0.00 20 SW
144 T 10'SB
5610.30 52, SB
40 0.00 12 E
53 0.CS 8jSB
54 2.18', " S
54 T 12 S
34 0.00; .XW
60 0.10 20 s
42 0.46 14 ;s
54 0.52 SE
C0 0.0l 6'SW
The 1905 Fair
Will bring scores of your -friends
to Portland. They
will visit your home. You
want it to be attractive. You
want to be proud of it.
We can help you. .Oilr great
Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums
Is in progress. Call now
while the stocks are complete.
J. G. Mack & Co
86-88 Third Street
rXXXi S4XTSCHAX, Tree.
fETEITBAIO W13HUSTG5 STKCTS. MBIUIB. 01EM1
$3 PER DAY
COST ONE MXLLIOX DOLLARS.
hours, although the winds wii begin to abate
alone the coast by Friday morning.
Forecasts made at Portland at SP. M. for
28 houra endmg at midnight, December 30:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain; prob
ably cooler Friday afternoon or night; high
southerly winds, diminishing during the after
noon. "Western Oregon and "Western Washington
Occasional rain; cooler Friday afternoon or
night, except near the coast; high southwest
Eastern Oregon, Eastern "Washington and
Idaho Occasional rajn; cooler Friday night or
Saturday; high southwesterly winds.
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SAXES TODAY.
At Gllman's auction rooms. 413 "Washing
ton St., at 10 o'clock A. M. S. I. X. Gil
At Baker's Auction House, corner Alder
and Park. Sale at 2 P. M..Geo. Baker &
At Geo. Baker & Co.'s today at 10 A. M.
Corner Alder and Park. Geo. Baker & Co.,
At Gllman's auction-rooms. 413 "Washington
St., at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman,
Bv J. T. Wilson, at 180 First st-. at 10
A. M. J. T. "Wilson, auctioneer.
will meet tonight.
The last of the se
ries of whist will
be played. Mem
bers are requested,
to be present.
C. A. ELLIOT.
A. L. BARBER.
A. & A. S. RITE. MULTNO
MAH COUNCIL OF KADOSH.
NO. 1. Regular' meeting in
auditorium, Scottish Rite Ca
thedral this evening at 8
o'clock. "Work In 30th degree.
By order v
MULTNOMAH CAMP. NO. 77,
iW. O. "W. requests all members
to bring their families and
inn tn Tx-Viit And dunce to-
nlshtTFree. J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
THE NOMAH CIRCLE. 501. WOMEN OF
WOODCRAFT, will give another of their
popular dances. New Year's eve, Saturday,
December 31. East Side Woodman Hall. E.
Alder and Cth sts.
TVTI.T.4MCTTE T.ODGE. NO. 2.
A. F. & A. M. Special communica
tion tnls (.triaayj evening ai :ju.
Work In M. M. degree. Visiting
w. s. weeks, secretary.
GEORGE WRIGHT RELIEF CORPS Whist
social this evening at Mulkey Hall. No, 2,
2d and Morrison. Admission, 10c, including
REYNOLDS George W. Reynolds, aged 82
years. 4 months. 13 days, died December.
20 1904. at 8:30 A. M.. to be buried Fri
day. 1 P. M. at the Powell graveyard.
Services at D. O. Fishers, by Rev. Harding
ham, of G reali am.
DUNN At the residence. Dec. 29. 1904, J.
Delancy Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Dunn, aged 1 year, 5 months. 17 days.
Funeral will take place today, Dc 30. at
10 A. M.. from the residence, CC9 Ellsworth
st. Friends invited.
MOOREHEAD Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services of Harry' G. Moorehead. which will
be held at Flnleys chapel at 1 P. M. today.
Interment Seattle, tWash. Seattle papers
DUNNING At 461 E. 12th st. Dec 23. 1004,
George Edward. Aged 4 months and 19 days,
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Dun
ning. The funeral will take place Saturday,
Dec. 31. at 2 P. M., from the residence of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dun
nlnir. 3 N. 7th sL Interment St. Mary's
DUNNING, M CENTER A GILBATJGH.
successors to Banning ft Campion, under
takers aB& embalrncm. modern in every de
tail, 7th and Viae. Vfeono Mala 430. Lsidj
EDWARD HOL3IAN CO, Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. S07.
J. P. FINXEY ft SON. Faneral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor
ner. Xady assistant. Telephone No. 8.
7. 8. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady auUtaat. Telephone Kast ftS,
W. KNOWLES, Msr.
$h00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
(Bade to families
and clncla geatl
soes. The mxH
axeraeat will be
pleased at all
times to short
rooms and civs
prices. A mod era
Ublkdi m eat la
11. C. BOWERS,
CLASSIFIED A3). EATES.
"Rooms," "Rooms and Board." "House
keeping Rooms.' ''Situations Wanted," IS
words or less, 15 cents: 10 te 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEAPS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words, 48 cents; 21 to 25 words, 59
cents, etc first insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-mux; no imxaer discount tui
der ono month.
IMPORTANT Tho low second-time rate on
advertising that runs either la the c las allied
columns, or under head "New Today." will
be given only when advertlklng is Inserted oa
consecutive days. Dally and Sunday issues.
Advertising that Is scheduled to appear at
intervals of one or more days apart will be
charged for at full one-unio rate each in
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gssre measure agate), 15
cents per line. Srst Insertion: 10 cents per
line for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The O record an. and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed in sealed en
velopes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through the
EVERHART In this city, Dec 20, 1904, John
W. Everhart, aged 59 years.
M'KINNON At the residence of Captain
Thomas Callahan, E. 0th and Alberta sts.,
Dec 29. 1001. Mrs. Johan M. McKlnnon,
aged C5 years.
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Invites all who have any kind of banking
business to call and investigate its terms
and facilities, and especially Its different
kinds of INTEREST-BEARING CERTIFI
CATES OF DEPOSIT. Full particulars are
contained in our book of
Which we shall be glad to send you.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
100 Third Street.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H; L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
Duplex Pump, second
hand, A 1 condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochraa,
Oregonian Building. ,
Corn -Fed Turkeys for New Year
Creamery butter 50c and 55o
Dairy butter 30c and 35c
Best creamer 5c and COc
Eggs 25c and 30c
Best sugar-cured hams ....lite
Breakfast bacon 14c and 15c
Cheese, full cream 10c, 12Ac and 15c
Chickens, geese and turkeys for New Year's.
All goods retailed n't wholesale prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY. 264 Yamhill.
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Tit Its lnurd. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 Caaxaoer or Conunaro.
JKortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Ke&l Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All LIno3
A. H. JJIEltKLL,
02-3 McKay BuUoI&s, Third aad St&rX
Columbia Theater tS.
Phone Main 311.
Down-town box office. Main 110.
Only three more performances of
Belasco and Do MlIIc's greatest drama.
THE CHARITY BALL
Evening prices. 13c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Matinee prices, 10c, 15c, 25c
Down-town box-office open from 10 A. M.
till 7 P. M., at Dolly Varden candy-shop, 327
Morrison ct After 7 P. M. at theater.
Next week, starting Sunday matinee. Au
gustln Daly's comedy. 'The Last Word."
Marquam Grand Theater, W. ,T. Pangle.
resident manatrer. Phone Main SOS.
This -afternoon at 3 o'clock; tonight at 8:30,
A he Famous Benefit
Ben Greet Players Portland
"THE STAR Bay
OF BETHLEHEM:" Home.
Same play tomorrow afternoon and night.
Bring the children.
Prices, both matinee and night. 51.50, 51,
5c, 50c, 35c, 25c Box seats, ?2.
MARQUAH GRAND THEATER giSSfe.
Phone Main 868.
Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday Nights, Jan. 2,
3, 4; Special-Price Matinee Wednesday.
New Year's Attraction, A Musical Hit
B'' WILLIAMS AND WALKER
In their latest success. "IN DAHOMEY."
Evening prices. $1.50. SI. 75c. 50c. 35e. 25c.
Matinee prices. $1. 75c. 50c, 33c, 23c
Seats Now Selling.
George L. Baker,
Seats Can Be Ordered by Phone -Main 117.
"If I live till Fall, I reckon I'll live to
Spring; I always have."
Tonight, tomorrow matinee and night,
The little Sunbeam.
In the Pastoral Idyl,
"FOR MOTHER'S SAKE"
A beautiful play well presented.
All next week, starting Sunday matinee,
special matinee Monday, New Year's
day, B. C Whitney's big musical
"TILE SHOW GIRL."
Prices all matinees. 10c, 15c, 25c: evening,
13c, 25c, 35e, 50. Seats now selling.
No. 28 Coupon-No. 28
FRIDAY MATINEE, DEC. 30, 1004.
This coupon and 5c entitles holder to
oner admission when presented, at box
THE GRAND THEATER
WIHRLWINDS OF THE DESERT.
4 THE FOUR BO BERTS 4
In the "Doll-Maker's Dilemma."
KENTON AND LORRAINE.
America's Foremost Musicians.
LEVINA AND ARLINGTON.
In "A Burglar's Surprise."
J. O. WISE.
CUM3HNGS AND MERLEY.
In 'The Bogus Count."
MR.- ALF BONNER'S NEW SONG.
"When the Bees Are in the Hive."
Latest Parisian Films, "Life of a Baco
Uorae,' and others.
Admission to any seat 10c; box . seats 25c.
XT. A TIN O & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and YamhllL
.LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
Portland's pioneer vaudeville Theater.
DAN AND BESSIE KELLY.
SYLVAN AND O'NEIL.
' LOIS MENDENHALL.
AND THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE.
Admission to any seat, 10c.
(.Corner Alder and Seventh.)
2:30 to 4:30; 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
.Ji. Thla ad. and 100 will admit two peopi
any matinee, except Sundays ana noildayi
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
Sixth St.. opposite Oregonian.
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK OF DEC. 20.
WELCH &. MA1TLAND.
MAY & MILES. JAMES GRAHAM.
BURDICK. NOVELTY MAGICIAN.
NORMAN MARGESON. PEARL GRAYSON
BLTOUGRAPH "A Chinaman's Acrobatic
Guest" and "The Trials and Troubles of an
Afternoona from 2 to 4:30, evenings from
7 to 10:30, Sunday continuous from 2 to 10:30.
Admission 10 cents.
SOR SALE STOCK OF DRY GODDS. FUR.
nlshing goods. No. 8 North 3d st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WITH A HOME OF
your own 9 rooms, 1114 East Salmon. ?2000;
$100 down. 525 monthly. 5-room new mod
ern, porcelain bath, adjoins above, $1800;
same terms. Your choice 10 new cottagea.
Montavllla, 0x100. $1100 to $1400; $12.50
and $15 per month. If you can pay rent, you
can buy on these terms. Phone Union 4015.
WEST SIDE 25x100. FOR $1500: SAY. IB
you want a bargain for flats or home that
will bring you big returns and always ready
to cash upon a few dayn notice, you look at
this; 10 blocks from 3d and Morrison; fin 6
location; must sell. 740 Chamber of Com
WEST SIDE 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
by owner, who Is leaving town, and will
sell at a reasonable figure; first-class loca
tion and house: easy terms, if desired.
Owner, Y 50, Oregonian.
FOR SALE 10 ACRES AT MT. TABOR.
Just outside the city limits. Inquire at
house on 48th St., three blocks south of
Hawthorne ave. Mrs. W. S. Falling, ML
$62530x100 BEST PART OF HOLLADAY'S
Addition; street, eewer and cement walks
in and paid; nothing so good and cheap to
be bad; must go at once. 740 Chamber of
NEW. S-ROOM COLONIAL HOUSE, 1090
Vaughn St., Willamette Heights; small
payment down, balance same as rent.
Phone East C75.
FOR SALE TWO MODERN 5-ROOM COT
tares: will sell ono or both: close In. 328
San Rafael et.. cor. Rodney ave.. Upper AI-
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
iiargains on u. w. ir. eieciric line. u. ll.
Addtton, Lents, Or. laice Alt. bcott car, 5c.
LOT 25x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.
bet. Wash, and Alder, on Lownsdaie. In
quire 123 Isownsdale st.
68 ACRES NEAR SCAPPOOSE. $1300; CO
acres. $300; lou acres. j. b. Godfrey.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE COTTAGE AT
43d and E. Taylor; price $So0; easy terms.
G-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. $1750. $50
down, balance $15 per month. Phone East
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED 40 ACRES
with 20 acres under plow, 15 acres slashed
and seeded and In good pasture, 5. acres of
good green timber, good land and can be
easily cleared: land lays nicely, with rich
soil and plenty of live water; fenced and
croes-fenccd; 400 bearing fruit trees, besides
a young orchard of peaches, pears, etc; a
nice two-story B-room house, good bam; on
good county road, 3 miles from Carrolton,
a town on the Columbia River and N. P. Ry.,
and same distance from Kelso; close to school
and church. Price, only $1500; terms on part.
A great bargain; come, see It. Imua &
Wllloughby. Kalama, Wash.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAV HOTEL AND
excursion parjc in wasnougai. wash.; nnest
location on the Columbia River; 20-acre
fruit farm with first-class residence, near
Washougal; vacant block and house with
three lots in Washougal; 35x100 store
building in Vancouver. Wash. Inquire at
office of Star Brewery Co., E. 3d and Burn
side sts., Portland.
$375 A FRACTIONAL LOT, FINE SUR-
rounamg. easy waiKing distance; 15th neat
E. Burnside; improvements In and paid; this
price and location talks to you. so be quick.
Owner. 740 Chamber Qf Commerce bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS.
2000 ACRES IN TRACTS FROM C ACRES
up improvctt ana otherwise, timber land,
etc, to sell or exchange for city property
or city business. Call at suite S. Labbe
bldg.. 2d and Washington sts.
40 ACRES. S ACRES IN BEARING ORCH-
ard. one mile from Mosler. half mile from
good school. Address James J. Lewis.
Exceptionally fine Improved tarm. 55 acres.
easi o. roniana: eiecmo car. zzi Front.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for immediate
use. LOWEST PRICES.
E F. & F. B. Riley, 003 Chamber Commerce.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR
securing title umbered or agricultural land.
H. B Compson. 618 Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH-
cr guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate Maginnls & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
ncnps; general land practice. Coll lea Land
Co.. Concord bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
uuu to ?iu,uuu; aiso Dusmess properties.
$5000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whit
ing & Co.. 408 Ablngton bldg.
Horses. Yehlcje and Harness.
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm Implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sala or hire. 211 Wash.
FOR SALE-GOOD PIANO, USED BUT LIT
tle; a great bargain for cash; Investigate.
582 Broadway, cor. E. 14th N.
STYLE 3. KIMBALL PIANO, GOOD AS
new; a bargain if sold soon. Call at 479
$250 CASH WILL BUY $425 PIANO: USED
a few weeks: must sell at once. A 30, Ore
4 DROP-HEAD SEWING MACHINES IN
llnght and dark oak, slightly scuffed. Tho
above machines havo been In the office
some tlmo and will be sold very cheap. If
you are contemplating buying don't miss
seeing them. At 402 Washington st., the
Singer Mfg. Co., Phone Main 45S8.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it "with Blatcrlte; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterite Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE 50 PAIRS OF GOLDEN, SILVER.
Lady Amherst and Japanese pheasants; a tine
lot of talking parrots, singing birds and An
gora cats. Portland Bird Co., 304 3d, and 127
N. 6th, near Union Depot.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL-llard-and
pool tables; easy payments; wo
rent tables, with privilege of buying; modern
bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col'.ender,
40 3d st.
A BEAUTIFUL SOLID GOLD LADY'S
small size watch, with genuine diamond In
center- of case, for $30; original cost $45.
Uncle Myers. 143 3d St., near Alder.
HOP ROOTS FOR SALE PURE ENGLISH
Cluster cuttings for sale at reasonable prices.
Room 314. Allaky bldg., Portland, Or.
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.
BICYCLE CLOSING-OUT SALE $40 WOLFF
Amylcans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN THE ORIGINAL JNO. A. MOLER'S
Barber College, 044 Clay st., San Francisco,
is the largest, lightest and cleanest college in
America; trade taught in 8 weeks; positions
guaranteed; tuition earned while learning;
expert instructors; constant practice. Write
correct No. (044 Clay) for terms.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LABOR
ers, city and country; men and teams, farm
hands and milkers, restaurant and raeas-houaa
help; work of all kinds. Canadian Employ
ment Co., 249 Burnside and Morribon.
Phone Main 3074.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks and secure positions; constant prac
tice; expert instruction and examination;
wages earned while learning. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler System College, aan
BY MANUFACTURING HOUSE. TRUSTY
assistant for branch office, $18 paid week
ly; position permanent; no capital re
quired; previous experience not essential.
Address Branch Manager, 325 Dearborn,
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
solicit furniture and carpet orders; must
be thoroughly experienced; none others
need apply; good wages, steady position
to right party. B 47, Oregonian.
CO AMATEURS WANTED; MAKE MONEY,
easy work; dramatic, vaudeville acting, btage
dancing, etc. taught; positions guaranteed.
Newman's School of Acting, Raleigh bldg.,
0th and Washington.
YOUNG MAN. WITH GOOD LOCAL Ac
quaintance, lor outside real estate and in
surance work; state age; experience and
salary expected. S 49, Oregonian.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN.
single, to travel and learn good paying
business; references. Call room 10. 413
Washington St., 11 to 3 P. M.
WANTED A GOOD WORKING FOREMAN
In manufacturing plant to Invest from
$1000 to $3000, good security, good salary
paid. E 49. Oregonian.
WANTED COAT AND PANTS-MAKER AT
once, pay $10 for coat and $3 for pants;
must be first class. A. II. Marquardt. La
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PRrNTER AS
make-up on Morning Astorian. Apply to
the J. S. Delllnger Co.. Astoria. Or.
BOY TO CARRY MORNING OREGONIAN TO
Fulton Park; boy with pony preferred. Ap
ply to business office, 4:30 P. M.
WANTED PHYSICIAN FOR ADVERTIS
Ing specialist office; one with experience
preferred. F 30. Oregonian.
WANTED-SOLICITORS WHO CAN FUK
nlsh bond. Apply Tuesday morning, 5il
Chamber of Commerce.
SOLICITORS, LADIES OR GENTS. BEST
article on coast: enormous profits. Room
18. 223 First st.
WANTED SOLICITORS IN CITST; SMALL
cash deposit required. Particulars, room 8,
N. 3d, upstairs.
A FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED SEWING
machine salesman to assist in wholesaling.
X 47. Oregonian.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN. FOR
grocery store and on wagon. Q 50. Ore
gonian. WELL EDUCATED BOY WANTED FOR
office work and as mesenger. J 49, Ore
gonian. WANTED BARBER WITH ONE CHAIR,
good location. Inquire 322 Williams ave.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College, 741 Howard St., San Francisco.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST, CURES ALL PRI
vate diseaae3 of men.
WANTED BOY ABOUT 18. FOR OFFICE.
R. 4G. Oregonian.
GOOD BARBER WANTED. 203 MORRISON.
HELP WANTED MALE.
EMPLOYED OR UNEMPLOYED D7 YOU
are & competent manager, salesman, technical
or office man. we can help you to a good posi
tion. Call or write for plan and booklet.
Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 43, Con
cord blk.. 2d and Stark.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED GUITAR AND MANDOLIN
teacher; good opening to party willing to go
out of town. Apply Ellers Piano House, 351
WANTED SIX DEMONSTRATORS. MEN OR
women; wages, $2 to $2.50 per day. T '48,
SALESMAN Al SOLICITOR ON GOOD
city proposition; immediately. G 50. Ore
gonian. HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM-
v bcrmaids. cooks, waitresses, nurse girls, sec
ond girls, houscKeepers, Housework, $15 to
$30. Canadian Parlors, 22ti& Morrison. Phone
WANTED SINGERS, PERFORMERS, Musi
cians, etc.; big salary; for vaudeville circuit,
Portland Worid3 Fair. Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit, Raleigh, Cth and Washington.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY HOUSE
keeper, farm, widower; good home, long
time; Swedish preferred; no objection to
child. 230 i Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
GlKL ki. r REWORK IN SMALL FAM
lly; wages $20 per month. Inquire of Mr.
Bowman at Brownsville Woolen Mill
Store, or call at 690 Tillamook st.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230 & Yamhill. Phono
WANTED RELIABLE GERMAN GIRL FOR
general housework, three adults: good wages
and home to capable girl. 313 23d et. N.
HOUSEKEEPER OR GOOD RELIABLE
girl wanted in small family. $20 per month.
Call at 690 Tillamook st., Irvlngton.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework. 755 Hawthorne ave.. East
Side. Telephone East 43.
COMPETENT GIRi. FOR GENERAL
housework; good pay to right party. Apply
574 E. Pine. cor. 14th.
WANTED BODY TRONER AND NECK
band Ironer. Oregon Laundry Co.. 366 East
Oak. Phone East l
WANTED YOUNG LADY TYPEWRITER;
one tnat Knows soractning anout Dooks. Ap
ply 72 6th et.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. FAM
lly of two; good wages. 581 E. Main. cor.
WANTED BRIGHT, UP-TO-DATE WOMEN;
splendid opportunity to right persons. 63
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
second work; references. Apply 6S9 Everett.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, family of four; no washing. 565 Hoyt.
WANTED A GIRL TO DO COOKING AND
general housework. Call mornings. 46 Ella.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR SEC-
ond work. Apply forenoon, 575 Hoyt.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED GIRL, DIN-lng-room
work. Phone Front 128S.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
635 Hancock st.. Irvlngton car.
TWO LADIES FOR CITY WORK ON SAL
ary Address R 4S. Oregonian.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. TWO
In family. Call today 203& 13th.
WANTED GIRL TO WASH DISHES AT
104-10G N. 7th.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and 'Clerks.
MAN WITH AN EXTENSIVE EASTERN
experience In the carpet business as buyer
and department manager desires position;
Is thoroughly posted upon the various
weaves of Oriental rugs, familiar with
all details and is a money-maker. Address
210 Mutual Life bldg.. Seattle, care Chi
cago Great Western Railway. .
A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHEN'G SALESMAN,
with best of references wants position; no
objection to going out of town. Address E
SITUATION OF ANY KIND WANTED BY A
young German, 24 years old: will work for
reasonable wages. Address S. Orthober, 60
N. 3d st., city.
YOUNG MAN. WELL ACQUAINTED WITH
city, would like to collect for several small
firms; best referenced. M 50. Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASS'N CAN FURNISH
domestic servants; farmer and all kinds of
help. Black 902. 268 Everett st.
POSITION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS
planer or stlckerman. Address E. R. Rayner,
Stuart House, 205 Washington st.
WANTED EXPLOYMENT BY FIRST-CLASS
shoemaker. Frank De Broen, room 5, 372
Malarkey building, East Burnside.-
GERMAN, 28. HAVING BEEN TWO YEARS
in this country, trained In office work, wants
position. J 50, Oregonian.
BARBER WANTS POSITION TN EASTERN
Oregon or Washington; state wages and
hours; P 50. Oregonian.
BY BAKER, SITUATION, IN COUNTRY
town or would buy Interest in business. K
A SOBER AND RELIABLE YOUNG MAN
around house -or stable; reference. O 48,
YOUNG MAN. WHO SPEAKS GERMAN AND
English, wants work of any kind. X 49..
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
dishwashing or general housework. O 50
JAPANESE BOY. ATTENDING SCHOOL,
wants position; wages no object. G 40, Ore
gonian. JAPANESE YOUNG BOY WANTS HOUSE
work or make beds. L 49. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position; understands bookkeeping: will go
out city; moderate salary. L 50, Oregonian.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. CENTRALLY
located, would like a few regular customers;
terms monthly. N 50, Oregonian.
A COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER, FOUR
years" experience, desires permanent po
sition. R 49. Oregonian.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS. ROOM 217.
Allsky bldg. Tailor-made suits and wraps of
Ul kinds. Jackets rellned. Skirts bound and
pressed for $1. Prices reasonable.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER. PHONE
WANTED A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
In hotel or boarding-house;, can give best 0
references. R 40. Oregonian.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK BY FIRST
clasg girl In small family from East. Q
TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK GOOD
girl, plain cook, from East. Y 49. Ore
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, chambermaids,, waitresses, second
girls, housework girls. 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2831.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES DAY WORK,
laundering. house-cleaning, moving, etc.
Phone Main 1C23.
ELDERLY WOMAN WANTS CHAMBER
work or cook in boarding-house. H 30,
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
clerk in bakery or store. C 47, Oregonian.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY.
Phone East 2452. O 49. Oregonian.
HOP ROOTS WANTED. PLEASE For
ward sample bunch, price, etc. to room 313
Ahsky bldg., Portland, Or.
WANTED $400 FOR 3 YEARS AT 10 PER
cent on house and lot on Improved ave.,
Portland. M 49. Oregonian.
A GOOD- SECOND-HAND ROLLER-TOP
desk; state size and price. H 48. Oregonian.
SHOES HAI.F-SOLED FOR 50c AT HOLLA
baugh's, 267 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th.