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THE MORNING OEEGONIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1903.
EXPECT LARGE SUM
World's Fair Officials Look
THEY DESIRE FINE SHOWING
Believe Legislators at Ciympia Will
Pass $100,000 Appropriation
Other States Preparing Ex
ecutive Offices to Move.
That the State of Washington will make
nn appropriation of $100,000 for a repre
sentation at the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion Is the belief of President Goode and
others of the Exposition officials.
"I believe that Washington will make
the 5100,030 appropriation," said President
Goode yesterday afternoon. "Her Inter
ests are so closely allied to those of Ore
gon and she Is so near the seat of the
Exposition that she cannot afford to let
the Exposition pass without doing her
best toward showing visitors what she has
Jn the way of resources and what she has
done In the way of progress' and advance
ment, commercially, socially and in every
of her way.
"It is my opinion that the bill authoriz
ing $100,000 as an appropriation for the
Iewis and Clark Fair will not be cut.
With an appropriation of this size at hand
Washington can make a fine representa
tion. She can erect a building that will
be a credit to the state; can house in that
building exhibits that will Interest thou
sands of people and can entertain Wash
ington visitors to the Exposition In a
suitable and proper manner."
Colonel Doseh also believes that Wash
ington will make a fine showing.
"The appropriation may be cut to $75,
000," said Colonel Dosch, "but even with
that amount at hand the State of Wash
ington can make an exhibit that will do
her great credit. Washington can 111 af
ford to let the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion pass without doing her best. She is
Oregon's sister state, and as such the
people of the East who are coming to the
Exposition will expect much from her, as
they will from Idaho and Utah. With this
amount of money, Washington can show
the visitors to the Exposition what she
offers as inducements for Immigration and
tor investment. All that will be neces
sary will be for the money to be judicious
State Getting Into Line.
As the time for the opening of the Ex
position approaches the states are rush
ing Into line rapidly. California will soon
begin the erection of her pavilion, and has
already prepared, shipped and unloaded a
part of her display. Massachusetts will
have a commissioner on the ground with
in a short time to begin the erection of
the pavilion for that state, which will
be one of the most magnificent state build
ings on the grounds. Idaho and Utah
have bills before their .respective Legis
latures to Increase the appropriations al
ready decided upon. Wyoming Is prepar
ing her exhibit. Wisconsin is making
extensive preparations for her display,
has a corps of men in the field gathering
the material and will soon begin shipping.
Missouri is making preparations for ship
ping and installing her exhibit. All the
states are busy preparng their displays,
and eoon trainloads of exhibits will be ar
riving at the Exposition grounds and will
have to be taken from the cars and stored.
The executive committee, which met yes
terday1 afternoon, intended to appoint a
traffic manager to superintend the arriv
ing displays, but the matter was Jald
aside until the next meeting. The time
was spent in considering Important mat
ters not of Interest to the general public
ADVERTISES THE EXPOSITION
Northern Pacific Issues a Beautiful
Booklet in Seven Colors.
The Northern Pacific Railway, living
up to the statement that It was going to
do Its utmost to advertise the Lewis and
Clark Exposition, has just Issued a beau
tiful. Illustrated booklet with cover In
seven colors, entitled "Lewis and Clark
Centennial Exposition." The booklet was
written by Olln D. Wheeler, and Is very
The book gives a cleverly-written and
condensed account of the expedition of
Captains Lewis and Clark, traces the
growth and advancement of the country
from that time to the present day, and
jjlvcs a description of the Exposition.
Numerous photographs are reproduced to
show the principal Exposition buildings,
scenes along the trail of Lewis and
Clark, and along the Columbia River.
The book concludes with a directory of
the Exposition grounds. In the book Is
xhe announcement of the rates the North
ern Pacific will make to Eastern people
desiring to visit the Exposition, and they
are surprisingly low.
MAY BE CIRCUS WAR.
"Big Shows Plan to Come Here During
There are indications of a circus war
in Portland next Summer during the Ex
position. Ringling Bros. circus has ar
ranged to play a w-eek in Portland to
the Exposition crowds, and Baraum &
Bailey's, not to be outdone by their rivals,
have arranged for a trip to the Pacific
Coast, a thing they have not done for
years, and will fight the Ringling people
to a deadly finish. The Barnum show has
a contract with the Northern Pacific
Company whereby that road is under ob
ligations not to carry any other circus
over their lines during the season. It Is
estimated that the two shows will be In
Portland almost at the same time, a cir
cumstance which will undoubtedly causo
Director of Exhibits Dosch Is in re
ceipt of a letter from a member of the
Idaho Legislature who states that it is
probable that the appropriation for the
Idaho representation will be enlarged and
probably doubled. It is expected that
Utah will also Increase her appropriation.
Two more cars of exhibits arrived at
tho Exposition grounds yesterday. One
car contained machincrey for the exhibit
of a manufacturing concern, and the
other contained the exhibits of the Pacific
Coast Rubber Company.
"Work of equipping the fire department
headquarters at the Exposition grounds
lias commenced, and workmen are bus
ily engaged in putting in lockers, beds
and other things needed to be in place by
the time the firemen take up their quar
ters. As soon as the arrangements are
completed the machines will be Installed.
Word has been received at Exposition
headquarters that four cars of exhibits
for tho State of Massachusetts are on
the way. having been shipped several
days ago. Three cars contain a part of
the educational exhibit, and the other
car the furniture for the Massachusetts
If Baby Is Cutting Teeth,
Be eure ar.fl use that old and well-tried remedy,
Mrs. AVlnslow's Soothing Syrup. for children
teething. It tooth ra the child, sottens the gums,
allay all pain, curoa wind colic and diarrhoea.
To regulate the stomach, liver and bow
els and promote digestion, take one of
Carter's Little Liver P1U3 every night.
Fifth and Washington Streets
Kooma. SI.C0 So $3.00 Per Day,
According to Xoeatlon.
i. r. DAA1E8. Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Rooms 50c to 50
First-Class Restaurant la CeaBectlon
HOTEL SCOTT CO.
J A. J. DEITZ, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel 2
J Rooms single or en suite, with private bath, European plan. Elegant cafe
in connection. Free -"bus will meet all trains. s
SEVENTH AND AN KENT STREETS. PORTLAND. OREGON.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
THE SCIENTIFIC DENTIST
Who relieves pain in all dental operations. The most
modern and best equipped dental parlors in the
342 y2 Washington Street, Corner Seventh
MAINS HAVE INCREASED
MANY ADDITIONS TO PORTLAND
City Water Board Hears Annual Re
port of Work Director Lewis
At the meeting of the Water Board yes
terday afternoon the report of Engineer
D. D. Clark was read and shows a grati
fying Increase in mains for the year 1904.
The report demonstrates that some work,
particularly that on reservoir No. 4, Is
not as yet complete, owing to the fact that
the contractor has been forced tb discon
tinue operations on account of tho
weather. The laying of mains for the
year Is summarized as follows:
Total mains laid, all sizes. 1S.979 miles:
total mains relald, larger sizes, 2.7SG
miles; net Increase In mileage, 16.193 miles.
Total length of mains now connected
with the water system in the city: Dis
tribution mains under four inches, 37.220
miles; distribution mains, four Inches and
over, 1S3.SS7 miles; total distribution mains,
all sizes, 223.307; Bull Run conduit. 3L0S3
Mains in use divided as follows: West
Side, 90.701 miles; East Side, 72.53S miles;
Alblna, 59.96S miles; total. 223.9C8 miles.
Net increase: West Side, 2.457 miles;
East Side, C.75C miles; Alblna, C9S0 miles.
Mr. Clark states that during the year
estimates of cost -ere prepared for the
extension of over IS miles of mains, which
amounted to $156,000. In addition to these
estimates of cost were made for about 13
miles of high-service supply mains for
the Highland district. 8 inches to 24 inches
In diameter, approximating $260,000. Work
on the reservoirs Is described in his re
port and the building of 1010 lineal leet of
new drainage tunnel Is cited. Of a to
tal length of 2507 lineal feet in the old
tunnel, a concrete conduit. 1970 feet In
length, was constructed. Contractors at
work on reservoir No. 4, the report says,
were forced to discontinue operations on
account of bad weather, but the work
will be resumed as soon as possible. En
gineer Clark's report was filed in due or
der. Mayor Williams expressed his willing
ness to reappoint L. A. Lewis to the board
for another term of four years. Mr.
Lewis, 'however, did not feel Inclined to
accept the reappointment for the reason
that ho has already served eight years In
that capacity, and Mayor Williams will
confer with the other members of the
board in the near future to select some
gentleman to fill Mr. Lewis' place.
Superintendent Dodge was directed by
the board to meet with the directors of
the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposi
tion and arrange for the World's Fair
water supply. The board wishes to co
operate with the Exposition management
la every way possible, so that the very
best of water facilities may be had at
the Fair. Mr. Dodge stated that the man
ager of the Inside Inn had called upon
him In person yesterday morning to as
certain the manner in which he would be
supplied with water. "He explained."
said Mr. Dodge, "that in St. Louis the
city furnished water to the Exposition
management at wholesale rates and the
management in turn sold the water to
the concessionaires. This plan, he thought,
met with the approval of all persons con
cerned." The resolution of the Council to change
a two-Inch main on Williams avenue to a
six-inch main was referred to the engin
eer of the Water Department. No action
will be taken on the recommendation of
the fire committee of the Executive Board
for a new lot of hydrants until Chief
Campbell is conferred with.
A number of petitions for the installa
tion of mains were received and acted up
on. Most of them were tabled until the
next meeting of the board. The request
of Superintendent Dodge for an increase
in pay to an employe of the department
was granted. This man will In the fu
ture receive 575 monthly instead of a per
diem remuneration of $2.50. The meet
ing adjourned at 5 P. M.
DEEMS CEITICISM UNJUST.
Inspector Barbour Declares He Has
Only Done Duty.
It is the opinion of John H. Barbour,
inspector In charge of the local Immigra
tion Bureau, that the recent outside cri
ticism of his office has not only been se
vere, but unjust
Speaking of the matter yesterday, he
"It seems to be the opinion of some
FJrs4-Cls Cheek Sritunat
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS. Sec ud Treat.
OSCAR AXDEASOI, Matw
Front and Morrises Streets
PORTLAND - OREGON
TREE 'BUB TQ AND FROM A 1.1. TRAINS.
Rates European plan, 50c 75c. J 1.O0. JL50.
12.00 per day. Sampls rooms in connection.
people that we try to harass the shipping
of this port, but I assure you such is
not the case. We try in even way possi
ble to render all the aid we can.'but at
the same time we are here to enforce the
"In the past two years we liave had but
two cases against captains for allowing
aliens to remain In the United States in
violation of the immigration laws, these
being the ships Jules Gommes and the
Hampton. The law provides very clearly
the class of immigrants who come under
the ban and In the cases of these two
ships we were entirely within the law.
"It has also been said we work a hard
ship on ship owners' and charterers by
waiting until the moment of sailing be
fore taking any action. In the case of
Captain McDonald, of the Hampton, who
was arrested on Monday, this office filed
Information against him on the preceding
Friday, two days at least before he was
ready to sail. We are simply trying to
do our duty and to prevent the Immigra
tion of undesirable persons."
TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAT,
Take Laxative Erotnp Quinine Tablet. Alt
druggists refund the money if It fills to cure
E. W. Grove 'a signature U on each box.- 23c
Hood's Sarsaparlila ensures good diges
tion and strength to the vital organs.
Insist upon Hood's.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT,
PORTLAND. Jan. 1L Maximum tempera
ture, 37 deg.; minimum, 20. River reading at
11 A. M., 4 feet; change In past 24 hours. 0.3
foot. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.,
none: total since September I, 1904. 17.61
Inches; normal precipitation, 21.99; deficiency.
4.33. Total sunshine January 10. 1905. 8 hour
and 54 minutes; possible, 8 hours and M min
utes. Barometer (reduced to eca level), at 3
P. M., 29.03.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
JS 5 Wind.
STATIONS. 7S? ?
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1 2o;o.ooi .sw
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I 46 T , 15
Kamloopa, B. C...
Salt Lake City
San Francisco ...
Tatoosa Island ...
14;0.O0 O r.
20! T j jw
26; T ojw
Light. T trace.
The weather this evening Is cloudy and un
settled In Eastern Ore con and Southern Idaho,
and light flurries of snow have occurred In
these sections. Elsewhere fair weather pre
vails, with temperatures about 5 dep. below
The Indications are for light snow Thursday
In Southern Idaho and extreme Eastern Ore
ton and fair weather in the remaining por
tions of the North Pacific States with no
marked change in temperature.
Forecasts madeIn Portland for the 28 hours
ending at midnlpht. January 12:
Portland and vicinity Fair with nearly sta
tionary temperature. Easterly winds.
Western Oregon Fair. Easterly winds.
Western Washington Fair, except possibly
rain near coast. Easterly winds.
Eastern Oregon Fair west, light snow east
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Fair and continued cold.
Southern Idaho Light snow.
Hotel of 37 rooms. In Alblna; la good
52 acres of excellent land, six miles from
the city and within two miles of street
car line.- Well adapted for market garden
ing purposes; 35 acres under cultivation.
100x100 ft, in East Portland, with two
story brick 75x70 ft,, and two-story framw
building 25x70 ft.
For further particulars apply to
311 Worcester Block,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Oar records are complete and op to data
We famish abstracts promptly.'
On usprored Portland Real Estate.
SECURITY ABSTRACT TRUST CO.
S14-315 ChwmlxT of
318 Worcester Bleck
General practice. InTCsUcatlaai.
Estate work. SeedaX aad y -Hod I ml aadK.
All this week, matinee Saturday.
The greatest production of the year,
. The biggest popular-price attraction ever of
fered in the city. Order your eeats NOW.
Down-town office. 227 Morrison, open all day.
.Phone Main 110. After' 7 P. M. at theater.
Mala 311. Regular Columbia prices.
Seats can bo ordered by phone. Main 117..
Empire prices. 15c. 25c. 3c and owe.
MATINEES HALF PRICES.
Did you ever read "What the press agents
aay and believe It?
Tonight, tomorrow and Saturday nights.
' Regular matinee Saturday,
Lincoln J. Carter's successful! melodramatic
"Two Little Waifs"
Special electrical and mechanical effects.
THREE NIGHTS. STARTING NEXT
U. D. Newell's comedy sensation,
"A Jolly American Tramp"
THE GRAND THEATER
10 MATCHLESS ACTS 19
Concer dog show; Hugh McCormlck. ven
triloquist; St. Claire and Carlyle. comedy
wire act; Holmes and Dean, musical team;
Cook and Oakes, sieging and dancing acro
bats; Morgan and Chester, funny, little play
let; Johnny Rigg. aerillst supreme; Mr. Alt
Bonner. "Why Don't They Play With MoT"
. GRANDISCOPE, Latest Edison Films.
Admission to any seat lCc Box seats. 25c.
Portland' Fashionable Vaudeville House.
HALL AND DAVIS.
Admission. 10c; reserved box seats, 25c.
g.aTINO & FLOOD. Managrs.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
BOUSE IN THE WOULD. V
EVERY SEAT 10c
On performance afternoon; two every rentsg.
l Corner Alder and SaventaJ
2:30 to 4:30: 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. aad 10c will admit two peopis
any except Sundays and holiday.
TEN CENTti NO HIGHER.
Pupils prepared: for stags, pulpit,
platform or parlor. Either prlvats
lessons or class work. For Urns aad
terms, apply at
261 Thirteenth Street
PHONE MAIN 1203.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES.
"Rooms," "Rooms aad Board," "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations Wonted," 15
words or less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for addltloaal tatertloBS. .
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 tart& word. SO
cents, etc. first Insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-halt; bo farther discount un
der one month.
IMPORTANT The low second-time rate on
advertising that runs either In the classified
columns, or under head "New Today, will
be given only when advertising I Inserted on
consecutlre days. Dally and Sasday Issues.
Advertising that Is scheduled to appear at
Intervals of one or more days apart will be
charged for at fall one-time rate each In
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 ceats per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The OregoBlan, and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed in sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
street. Sale at 10 A. M. Gus A. Low It. auc
tioneer. At GUman's auction room. 413 Washington
street, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gilman.
At Baker's Auction House, corner Alder and
Park streets. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker
& Co., Auctioneers.
MINERVA LODGE. NO. 10. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Thursday) evening, at
O.-F. Temple. Installation of officers. Visit
ors welcome B. KLOTZ. Secretary.
OREGON COMMANDERY. NO.
1. K. T. Stated conclave this
evening at 8 P. M. Visiting Sir
Knights courteously Invited.
W. S. MACRUM. Recorder.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114. A. F.
& A. M. Special communication this
(Thursday) evening. 7:30 o clock.
Masonic Temple. Work In F. C de
gree. All F. C. Masons Invited. By
order W. M. " B. S. PAGUE. Secretary.
MULTNOMAH ENGINE COMPANY BEN
EVOLENT ASSOCIATION will hold its annual
meeting tonight (Thursday). Jan. 12.. at the
City Hall, at S o'clock. All members notified
to be prevent,
R. T. CHAMBERLAIN. Secretary.
THOMAS In this city, January 11. 1905. Alex
Thomas, aged 62 years. The deceased for
merly lived In Astoria, Or. Funeral notice
HARRIS In this city. January 11. 1005. at
the residence of his on. Henry E. Harris. 71
East Sth st,. Wltnam Harris, aged 77 years
10 months and 20 days. Friends a fid ac
quaintances are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral .services, which will be held
at the above residence at 2 P. M. today. In
terment Lone Fir Cemetery.
MUNSON Died. In this city. January 10. 1905.
Pearl Munson. aged 12 years 4 months and
1 day. Funeral today. Jan. 12. from resi
dence of parents. 4S3 North 21st street, at 2
P. -M. Interment In Lone Fir Cemetery.
DICKEY At the family residence, 293 East
Thirty-fourth street, January 11. 1905. Wal
lace KefH son of Mr, and Mrs. Edgar E.
Dickey, aged 1 year. 8 months and. 1 day.
Remains will be taken to Walla Walla,
Wash,, for Interment,
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILBAUGH.
succeesors to Danslng is Caaplea. under
takers and eaahaUaers. modern la every de
tail. 7th aad Piae. Phone Main 4S8. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
emb aimers, have moved to IfeJr sew build
Ins, Third and Salmon &dy assistant.
Telephone No. 547.
J. 1. FINLKY & SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madtses. Office ef County Cor
oner. Lady assistant- Telephone No. 9.,
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 Eat
Alder. Ladr caetstaat. Telephone Xat K.
FOR SALE. $250.
In Woodstock. Portland's moat attractive
suburb; lots 100x100; everylot a corner. We
will loan you money to build; you can pay as
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
100 Third street.
FOR BALE REAL ESTATE.
TREE LAND! FREE LAND!
A chance to secure a home and make
money; only cost la for water right, which
averages 410 per acre; under state control.
For particulars write or call at office of Co
lombia Southern Irrigation Co.. 538 Wor
12 ACRES RIVER FRONT NEAR PORT
land. on car-line; good water power; fine fac
tory or mill site; an exceptional opportunity
to secure a fine property at a very low. price.
Sahlstrom &. Patterson. 232 Stark at.
LOOK HERE YOU CAN GET 60x100 FEET
fronting cn Hoyt street, swell locality. 2
magnificent 12-room buildings, good tor $150
per month. $8000. provided sold for cash
within 10 daya. R SO, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A SIX-ROOM HOUSE." LOT 50X
110; electric lights, bath, toilet and all mod
ern improvements; small payment down;
phone Union 6348. or call 600" E. 10th at.
North. Price $1700.
PRETTIEST 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE
In Upper Alblna; gas. electric light, electric
door bells; every room different, color; 15
minutes walk to town; sell cheap. 530 San
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. NICELY SIT
uated and elegant view. Willamette
Heights. 1Q00 "Vaughn at; small payment
down, balance same as rent. Phone East
C-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; A COZY. LIT
tle home. (2000; small payment down: bal
ance monthly. Call SCO E. 7th North. Phone
I6SO0 3 MODERN 6-HOOM HOUSES,
close In; yearly income: 5SC4; terms. Apply
Osborn Hotel, East Side. Phone East 373.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addtton. Lents. Or. Take ML Scott car, 5c
IDEAL HOME HOUSE. HARD FINISHED;
easy terms: buy from owner. 264 East 37th
sL. bet, Madison and Hawthorne.
WE BUILD HOUSES. EASY PAYMENTS;
furnish Iota It desired. 012 Commercial bldg.
roil SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE. LEAfeE.
SC acres. 12 acres In new strawberries.
1000 bearing fruit trees. CO hogs. 1 cow. 25
chickens, - horses, all tools and Implements,
right on street-car, 5c fare, 20-mInute serv
ice from Portland. Price, $1300, part cash;
or will trade' for farm property or rooming
houfe. W. H. TAFT & CO.,
Rooms 122-3-5-C Ablngton bldg.,
10CH 3d st.
$2.50 AN ACRE AND UPWARDS FOR
22.000 acres of farming, dairying and fruit
landd,- lying In Benton and Lincoln Coun
ties. Oregon, alow; the line of the Corvallls
Sc. Eastern R. R. Will be sold In largo or
small tracts. Terms on application.
J. D. WILCOX.
202 Stark st.
FOR SALE FARM, 9 MILES SOUTH OF
city, 40 acres, 23 under cultivation; 100
Royal - Anne cherry trees, good house and
barn; span of horses, wagon, cow, chickens,
etc Price. $3500 cash. Address F 65. Ore
gonlan. 633 ACRES. 340 ACRES PLOWED AND
considerable in crop to go with place, ono
of the best farms In the state at a low
figure; $18 per acre. B. S. Cook & Co..
251 Alder sL
FOR SALE 160 ACRES VIRGIN LAND; 10
miles from city. See D. E. Budd about
bargain, 110 1st st.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
90 ACRES TIMBERLAND ON NEHALEM
River; 2.250.000 feet yellow fir. 2U00 cedar
poles: sell today. $550. Whltten & Bryant,
718 Marquam bldg.
20 ACRES FINE TIMBER. NEAR PORT
land. wll cruise 10.000.000 feet; $12.50 pet
acre. Owner, 232 Stark st.
FOREST RESERVE" SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
uie. LOWEST PRICES.
E F. F. U. Riley. 60S Chamber Commerce.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP, TIM
bered. farm or grazing land; all sizes. lowest
prices. H. B. Compson. U18 Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
r zsaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate Maglnnls & Son. 227 Falling bldr.
FOREST RESERVE" AND ALL OTHER
crips; general land practice. Collins Land
Co.. Concord bldg.
WESTERN WASHINGTON. Near Seattle
Fruit and dairy farm. 200 acres, heavy,
rich soli, well drained; touching railway,
close to waterway, town, creamery,
churches, stores, conveniences; highly pro
ductive and thrifty orchard of almost 25
acres: a low valuation, $5000; easy terms,
or will exchange for Portland city property
or an Oregon farm. Write for detailed de
scription. Charles Somers Company. 2d
ave and Marlon at,. Seattle. Wash.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
PARTIES WISHING TO SELL VACANT
lots, city residence or business property, list
with us. We have customers offering cash
money for cidie-in West Side real estate.
The Dunn Lawrence Company, 149& First st.
WANT TO BUY MODERN. WELL-BUILT
7-room house, not too far out; will pay
$2000 down, balance on time; give location
and description. S 77, Oregonlan.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
$2000 to $10,000; also business properties.
$5000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whit
ing & Co, 408 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED TO KENT FARMS.
WANTED A SMALL FARM. WITH IMPLE
ments. on shares. X SO, Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
ONE PAIR OF MATCHED WHITE HORSES.
8 years old. weight 3020. sound and good
workers, suitable for truck or heavy farm
work: also one fine bay niare, 7 years old,
weight 1340. suitable for big single wagon;
one fancy colored cream "horse, with white
mane. 7 years old. weight 1140. kind and
gentle, for lady. All stock shown In har
ness. If desired. Fashion Stable. 20th and
BARGAIN-$100 BUYS PAIR OF BROWN
marcs and harness. Therie mares are S years
old. weighs 2350 pounds, are suitable for
farm, delivery or express purposes; harness
Is new. heavy teaming harness, with collars.
Call 23 North 14th st.
BROWN MARE. WEIGHS 1400 POUNDS,
coming 9 years old; suitable for any heavy
work; price $40: or will exchange for lighter
horse. Call Regal Stable. 14th and li urn
SNAP $85 BUYS SPAN OF MATCH SORREL
honses. 8 years old, weight 2300: must be
sold today. Call early. Fashion Stable,
20th and Washington.
FOR SALE GOOD 1050-LB. TEAM; JUST
right for express or delivery purposes. O.
Wisslnger, Mllwaukle. Or,
FOR SALE YOUNG TEAM. 4 YEARS;
weight, 1300 each. G. Balsiger. 947 5Ial
WOLFSTEDf buys and sens horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm Implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicle on Coast for sal or hire. 211 Wash.
24 HORSES FOR SALE AT 4TH AND BURN
slde. $2S0 CASH WILL. BUY $425 PIANO; USED
a few weeks; must sell at one. A 30. Ore
FOR SALE 12 H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
lathe, boltcutter. drill press hand forge, an
vil, drop hangers, pulleys, belting, shafting,
piping, bench viae, set screw plates, ham
mers, etc. Also -roller top desk, filing cab
inet, typewriter with desk, window shades,
awning etc; use less than three months. No
reasonable cash, offer refused for any of the
above. Call on or address A. B. B. H. Co.,
88 EL Sth st. Portland. Or.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Blaterite; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old boa, tin or shingles; best tor new roofs.
Elaterite Roofing Co., room 2, Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AN ZD-HAND BIL
llard and pool tables: asy payasasts; sra
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-CoUender,
40 3d st.
FOR SALE CHEAP, TEN-HORSE-POWER
sasoune launcn, leec long, nousea over:
fine, able boat for business or pleasure. J
FOR SALE A 3-YEAR-OLD HEREFORD
bull, or will trade for one of same breed; to
be seen at Union Stockyards, city. C Mln
singer. SECOND-HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or in
stallments. Fisher Music Co., 130 3d st.
YOUNG HOLSTEIN COW; 2 GALLONS
aatiy; also 128 Petaluma Incubator; or wut
exchange for ducks. Phone Union 4293.
SEALSKIN COAT. GOOD AS NEW., COL-
tween 3d and 4th. Phone Black 71.
BEST DRY 4-FOOT FIR WOOD. $3.75 PER
cord, sawed $4.25. Hoover's yard. . 313
Water st. Phone Main 4596.
FOR SALE MALE POMERANIAN SPITZ
pup, 6 months old. $12:50. 2S6 Washington.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rubber stamps, safes. Coast Co.. 231 Stark.
FOR SALE A GOOD FIREPROOF SAFE.
F. S Akin. 623 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE CHEAP GOOD SET BAR " Fix
tures. Inquire 143 0th rt.
18-FT WALL FIXTURE FOR SALE CHEAP.
308 Washington st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN THE ORIGINAL JNO. A. MOLER'S
Barber College. 644 Clay tt.. "San Francisco.
Is the largest, lightest and cleanest college In
America: trade taught In & weeks; positions
guaranteed; tuition earned while learning;
expert Instructors: constant practice. Write
correct No. (644 Clay) for terms.
POSITIONS PAYING $1000 TO $3000 CON
tlnually open In our various offices for com
petent managers, salesmen, office and tech
nical men. Call or write for particulars. The
Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 45. Concord
block. 2d and Stark.
LOGGERS. MHO. AND YARDMEN, LABO it
ers, city and country: men and teams, farm
hands and milkers, restaurant and mess-house
help; work of all kinds. Canadian Employ,
ment Co.. 249 Burnilde and 22tift Morrison.
Phone Main 3074.
MEN TO LEARN BARPER TRADE IN 8
Wfieksuurrtecure positions; constant prac
tice; "expert Instruction and examination;
wages earned while learning. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler System College. San
50 AMATEURS WANTED. IMMEDIATELY
Make money, easy work, dramatic, , vaude
ville acting, stage dancing taught; positions
secured. Newman's School of Acting. Raleigh
bldg., 6th and Washington.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Cc, School of
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress 4973-75 Easton ave.. St- Louis. Mo.
WANTED YOUNG MAN OR BOY FOR CITY
salesman, delivery wagon; must be well rec
ommended; permanent position for right par
ty. Address at once P 79, Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MALE STENOG
rapber and typewriter; one with no objec
tion to leaving city. Address giving expert;
ence, age. etc. K 80, Oregonlan.
ROOMMATE WANTED YOUNG MAN AT
t ending school wants a roommate; nice room,
everything furnished, $5 per month; student
preferred. M 79, Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO BRIGHT YOUNG MEN
handle first-class proposition in city; must be
hustlers. Call room 208. Hotel Perkins, be
tween 9:30 and 10:30 A. M.
WANTED SEVERAL LIVE MEN FOR CITY
salesmen: experience unnecessary: we teach
you how. Apply In person. 7 to 8 P. M., at
625 Chamber f Commerce.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO COLLECT ON
road; must have $400; Income $10 per day;
experience not required. Inquire E. Wiatt.
332 Gllsan at.. 10 A. M.
TEN EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS AT
once $3 per day. Call between 7 and 8
P. M. or at 8:30 A. M.. room 49. Mer
WANTED MAN FOR INSIDE POSITION OF
trust: experience not necessary; good salary;
must have $300 cash security. R 79, Orego
nlan. PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE SPECIAL
Inducements to learn trade; tuition partly
earned while learning. 267 Flanders.
WANTED WIDE-AWAKE MEN; SALARY
or commission. Novelty Supply Co.. room
3H. Benson blk., 291Vi Morrison st.
WANTED A GOOD. STEADY. INDUSTRIOUS
boy to drive an express wagon; must give
references. Inquire 45 1st st.
MAN FOR OFFICE. $25 PER WEEK: $300
and references required: chance of lifetime.
Call at once 39 Russell bldg.
WANTED YOUNG MEN TO PREPARE
for civil service examinations. Address P
STENOGRAPHER FOR LIGHT OFFICE
worn; Kiiury. w ra muuui. t Lnamoer
YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 18. AS OFFICE BOY
In railroad office; salary $20 to $25. S 80,
WANTED STRONG BOY. WITH SOME Ex
perience In a bakeshop. Apply at Gordon's,
145 3d st.
BARBERS: I WANT TO BUY SHOP IN
country town. Address P. O. Box 375, Port
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR ON FISHER
billing or recording machine. M 0. Orego
nlan. WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR IRONWORK;
bandy In drilling and pipework. 404 Davis.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard St.. ban .Francisco.
CARPENTER TO BUILD HOUSE ON IN
stallment plan. G. AY. McCoy, 86 10th.
CASHIER IN A BUTCHER SHOP. INQUIRE
early, l-i First street.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRI-
vate diseases or men.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
A FEW MEN AND AVOMEN .TO BEGIN
work at once; steady employment; $2.50 per
day. Call on C A. West, at Star building,
Larrabee st.. near Steel Bridge. Hours, 9
A M. to 5 P. M.
$200 PER MONTH EASILY MADE. LADIES
and gentlemen wanted: new and -best seller
on Coast, Room u. 323z wasnington street.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN OF
fair education for business position; salary,
$12 to $15 a week. Address G 80. Oregonlan.
SUBSCRIPTION REPRESENTATIVES: So
licit business plac, saloons, restaurants; $2
to $5 dally. 63S Chamber oc commerce.
418 PER WEEK EXPENSES PAID IN AD
vance; reliable firm. Address 411 Good
nough bldg. .
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
CAPABLE WOMEN WANTED.
If you work, why not earn more than a
Bright, educated, earnest women have a
That mission should be to build one's
self and help others.
Be Independent, Do good.
The A'iavl Company already employs over
twelve thousand women.
The work covers twenty-three countries
of the world . ....
We will entertain applications from ca
pable women. .... .
Not canvanslng, but a helpful, dignified
work. Apply by mall only.
Address THE VrAVI COMPANY.
Lewis Building. Portland. Or.
AVANTED SING ERS. DRAMATIC PEOPLE,
performers, musicians, etc; big salary; for
vaudeville circuit. Portland AVorld's Fair,
traveling companies, etc Newman's A'audc
vllle Circuit. Raleigh. 6th and AVashlngton.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
bermalds, cooks, waitresses, nurse girls, sec
ond girls, housekeepers, housework. $15 to
$30 Canadian Parlors. 220& Morrison. Phona
AVANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. AA'AIT
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St,
Louis Agency. 23014 YamhllL Phone Black
WANTED STRONG. CAPABLE SECOND
glrl; first-class family: wages, $23. 230,S
Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages to right party. Ap
ply 223 Union ave. North.
WANTED SALESLADIES. NOVELTY Sup
ply Co.. room 3H Benson blk.. 291H Mor
AVANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK:
small family. 570 East Madison st., near
14 th si.
GIRLS. WANTED TO LEARN CUTTING AND
fitting, by latest, and quick system. 428 AI-
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Wanted experienced gire for gen-
er nousework in small family; good wates
to right party; roust be experienced and.
give reference. Call 790 Kearney st, morn--ng.
,?? v F0R TV- OR THREE WEEKS:
2818. a "' aniau lamiiy. .fnone East.
WANTK&A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
-"-wiy uiis morning. 370 Parte st.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL. GOOD
-wr jrianaers. corner 23d.
ArPr?nV,FHR ?En:ei-L HOUSEWORK. 440
aokc At ViU&lUU liir.
WfnEDIiRST-CLASS COOK, SMALL
'j . swu nasca. iao King.
EXEwlE3!?E.D WHITE WOMAN COOK.
CHOPODIST. FIRST-CLASS. WANTED AT
SITUATION AVANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER WANTS
mil, m n.cr:y uuuiw uunng ine afternoon, or
any part of the day; Is only partly engaged;
can turn lan good references; will do the work
in store or office, or at home. ' Address B 71
POSITION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
uaruware man. tnorougniy understands
the business, having been In business for
himself the past few years. Address S 65.
FIRST-CLASS GROCERYMAN. THOROUGH-
ij cumperent. can nu any position in that
line; Just In city; best of references. Phone
POSITION BY YOUNG MAN AS COLLECTOR
wuiajue woric; casn Dona. a. a.
Bates. 32 N. Sth st.
ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN, GOOD EX-
pyauion. a av. uregoman.
SOBER. MARRIED MAN WITH ABOUT 10
years' business experience desires employ-1
ment. In or outside- work. Inquire 936 Mis
ANTED BY MAN AND AVIFE. AVORK ON
dairy; man also handy with carpenter tools;
must have work at once. O 79, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE LABOR ASS'N CAN FURNISH
domestic servants; farmer and all kinds of
help. Black 992. 263 Everett st.
YOUNG MAN, 23 YEARS OF AGE. DESIR
OUS of Inside work where chance for promo
tion. P 80, Oregonlan.
AVANTED BY AAELL-BRED YOUNG MAN.
tmy tuna 01 wgre; salesman preferred. N so
JAPANESE BOY WANTS PLACE TO DO
chamberwork or any kind of work. C SO.
HANDY CARPENTER-MACHINIST AND
mcvuanic wants worn; per day. Y SU
YARDMAN OR COACHMAN: WILL FUR
nlsh recommendation If needed. Call at 414
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
todo any kind work, except cooking. Black
FIRST-CLASS COOK TAKE POSITION IN
boarding-house or hotel. Address 121 15th st.
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS COOK. WANTS
situation to ao cooKing. 43 JJ. First st.
JAPANESE YOUNG BOY TO DO HOUSE
work or to make beds. G 79, Oregonlan.
SITUATION AVANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and' Stenographers.
YOUNG LADY BOOKKEEPER. SIX YEARS'
experience, wants permanent position; high
est recommendations. T 65. Oregonlan.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER DE
slres position; experienced; with best of refer
ences; H 04, Oregonlan.
CAPABLE GIRL DESIRES SITUATION SEC
ond work; first-class waitress; good- house
work girl, chambermaid, nurse, housekeeper.
230i Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
SITUATION AA' ANTED BY A'ERY CAPABLE
girl, family cook; wages, $30. '230',- Yam
hill. Phone Black 2S81.
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SECOND WORK
or general housework. Call at 42 Ella at.
Phone Main 2223. , '
NORWEGIAN GIRL WISHES . PLACB:A3
upstalrij or second girl. .Phone East IOCS.
ELDERLY AVOJIAN WANTS PLACE. AS
housekeeper: good cook; no objection to
country. Address Mrs. H. Foster. Grant's
YOUNG WOMAN. WITH GIRL 4. DESIRES
situation housekeeper widower's family. 230'A
Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
SEWING OR DRESSMAKING BY DAY OR
week In families, by experienced girl. Ad
dress or call 552 Northrup. upstairs.
REFINED AVOMAN. GOOD PLAIN COOK
and seamstress, wishes work In exchange
for room and board for herself and child 9
years with lady or couple: would like to be
treated as one of the family. N 68. Ore
gonlan. TELEPHONE DRAKE'S, 205H AVASHING
ton. for white, negro. Asiatic chambermaids,
cooks, housekepens, dishwashers, waitresses,
GOOD GERMAN FAMILY WISHES CARE OF
one or two .children, ages 2-S. In reply
state terms. Address box 123, Oregon City,
COMPETENT AVOMAN WISHES DAYWORK:
also cook and serve dinners. Phone Main
GOOD PLAIN COOK WANTS A PLACE IX
small family. 114 Russell st.
WANTED UP-TO-DATB PICTURE AGENTS,
ladles or gents. 801 Dekum bldg.
AVANTED TO KENT.
In all parts of the city.
Apply 220 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
Under direction of Lewis and ClarIc
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 0266.-.
COUPLE AVITHOUT CHILDREN. GOOD
tenants, want 6 or 8-room modern, house;
good location. West Side: can wait for hbuso
to be built, Donald G.'AVoddward, 21 Stark.
Phone Main 345.
WANTED 10.000 COYOTE SKINS; HIGH
est market price paid for all kinds of raw
furs. Write for price list, Eaton & Jones,
410, 412 Puyallup ave.. Tacoma. Wash.
WANTED A GOOD PIANO. STANDARD
make, first-class condition; state full par
ticulars and lowest cash price. O-77, Ore
gonlan. WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes: highest price paid. Call at tha
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood. 517.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU SELL
your second-hand furniture. Portland Auc-Uon-Rooois.
Phone Main 5653.
WANTED A GOOD STANDARD TYPE
wrlter; state make, condition, lowest cash
price. 2 80, Oregonlan.
PARTIES DESIRING TO HAVE CHILDREN
boarded can find nice home, good care. 395
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 00c AT HOLLA
baugh's. 287H Taylor, bet, 3d and 4th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT.
tie of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
WANTED HORSQ FOR HIS KEEP; WILL
buy if he suits. Call 127 1st.
THE AUDITORIUM. 20814 3D ST.. BET. TAY-lo-
and Salmon, one block, south of Baker
Theater, new brick building, elegantly fur
nished, steam heat, hot and cold water in
room, porcelain bath, rooms with private
baths, elevator; reasonable rates.
ROOMS NEW BUILDING. JUST COM
pleted. everything up-to-date, furnace beat
and phone, bath on each floor, large living
rooms for use of guests, hot and cold run
ning water in each room. 207 14th st., near
XHE KNICKERBOCKER, 60 Vi SIXTH ST..
near Oak New brick building, elegantly
furnished rooms, steam heat; porcelain
bath and every convenience; tourists and
transient trade solicited.