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THE MOSSING OBEGOSIAff, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1905.
DAVIS FOR UMPIRE
ExCaptain of Grim's Team
Signed by Bert.
ONE OF LUCAS' BEST MEN
New Official Had High Standing in
Pacific National League Mc
Credie 'May Buy St.
J. Ira (Slats) Davis, -who was at ono
time captain of Jack Grim's Pacific 2Ca
tional League team, while it flourished
on the East Side, yesterday accepted
President Bert's offer to become an um
pire In the Pacific Coast League.
Davis is one of the best-known ball
players on the Coast. He umpired
a few games last season on the
local field and gave perfect satisfaction.
At that time he applied to President Bert
for a position on his umpire staff, but
at the time there was no vacancy. Davis
is nothing if- not persistent, and from
time to time he has reminded President
Bert that he was ready to talk umpire
business. The terms that President Bert
offered Davis were satisfactory, and he
at once telegraphed his acceptance.
"Slats" Davis, as he is called by both
players and fans, has been playing ball
for the past ten years. While he was
with Grlm'g team, Davis was captain and
played first base. As a player he was full
of ginger and he kept his men on their
toes all the time. He played first base
for Ike Butler during the last series of
last season's games at home, but he
was not taken south with the team. In
stead of loafing around all winter Davis
nt once went to work for a local clothing
firm. He was there "but a few weeks
before he was made manager, a position
that He has held all "Winter. Davis will
continue as manager of this store until
February 25. He will then go to San
Francisco and stay there until it is time
to say "play ball."
From Portland Davis took Grim's team
to Salt Lake. Ho had troublesome times
among the Mormons, but he stuck out
the season. Last year he wag on Presi
dent Lucas' staff of umpires and Mr.
Lucas considered him the best umpire
in his league. Davis, being full of ginger
himself, instils It Into the opposing teams.
Where he umpires there is no four-flushing.
He knows every trick of the game
and will stand for no foolishness from
the players. One thing is sure, if Davis
Is backed up by President Bert, and there
Is every reason to believe that he will be,
the Pacific Coast League fans have seen
the last of umpire baiting. He Is not
afraid to take a player's money
from him, nor to chase a rough-house
player off the diamond. On the diamond
Davis has no friends among the players.
Bofore the game starts he Informs the
captains that they are to do the talking
and that If any other member of the
team leaves his position and begins a
gab-fest, the player will be fined and put
out of the game. Davis is bound to travel
a rough road at first but once manager
and players know that he means business
they will let him run the game.
It Is understood that Manager Mc
Credie has decided to buy Catcher Swin
dells, of St- Louis. If he does, this will
give the Webfooters two backstops of
major league reputation and a couple of
corking good "ballplayers. Another bit of
choice gossip that was going the rounds
of the fans was the story that Manager
McCredle had two first-basemen on his
string. Both are owned by George Tebeau
and their names are Hart and Morris
White. White has played on the Denver
team. Last year he batted .330 per cent
and had a high fielding average.
Harris Gets Jimmy Whalen.
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. The Chicago Na
tional baseball club has released James
Whalen to San Francisco.
TWO LONG-SHOTS WIN.
Sharpshooters at Oakland Clean Up
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 20. A couple of
good things went through today at Em
eryville. Mooropus, who opened at 10 to
1, was backed down to 4 to 1, and won all
the way. Grenore, backed down from 5 to
1 to 6 to E. got away first and never was
Three furlongs Mooropus .won. Iron Wat
Bon second, St. Francis third; time, 0:3S.
Six furlongs Greenock won. Hipponox sec
ond. Fort "Wayne third; time, 1:1S&.
Seven furlongs Grenore won. Light of Day
second. Lily Golding third; time, 1:33.
Mile and 50 yards Profitable won, Glen
arvon second. Play .Ball third; time, 1:31.
Mile and a-sixteenth Erne won, Barney
Dreyfus second, Budd Wade third; time
Six furlongs Judge won. Rector second,
Rowena third; time, 1:1S.
Bad Day for Favorites.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Feb. 20. Favor
ites had a disastrous day of it at Ascot
today. Fustian, at 2 to 1, being the only
winning first choice. Results:
Three and a half furlongs Ala Russell won,
Rosario second. Annls third; time, 0:421.
Six furlongs Fire Ball won. Confessor sec
ond, Ralph Reese third; time, 1:14 U.
One mllo Synner Simon won, Orchan
second, Del Coronado third; time, 1:42.
Seven furlongs Fustian won, Kenllworth
second, Requiter third; time, 1:2014.
Mile and a sixteenth Tryon won. Bronze
Wing second. Golden Light third; time. 1:48.
Mile and 70 yards Golden Ivy won. Strag
gler second, Varro third; time, 1:401s.
Hot Springs Results.
HOT SPRINGS, Feb. 20. Oak Lawn re
sults: Three and a half furlongs America II
won, Siciyou second. Azure third; time,
Six furlongs MUnon won. Shady Lad sec
ond. Our Llllle third; time 1:20 4-5.
One mile Crucal won. Silver Skin second,
Pra Filipo third: time, 1:50 1-5.
One mile Cornjrall won. Black Cat sec-'
ond, Klngralne third; time. 1:50.
Six furlongs Ike won, Willie Collier sec
ond. Little Wallie third; time, 1:23 2-3.
One mile Electlc won, Leone-second, Nan
con third; time, 1:47 1-5.
Winners at New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 20. Crescent
Flx-e and a half furlongs Diplomat won. Old
Hal second, Lady Mercury third; time, 1:12 4-5.
Six furlongs Queen Rose won. Presenti
ment second, Fallona third; time. 1:10.
Four furlongs Verdant won, Filatory sec
ond. Jim McGlnnis third; time. 0:52.
One mile Careless won, Phil Finch sec
ond. Judge Hlmes third; time, 1:47 1-5.
Mile and 70 yards Decoration won, Can
yon second. Lapoon third; time, 1:55 1-5.
Five furlongs Halcyon Days won. Queen
Esther second, Monamour third; time, 1:07.
DOUBT ABOUT A TRACK TEAM
University of Oregon Athletes Find
Studies Are Very Heavy.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene.
Feb. 20. Special.) Shall Oregon have a
track team this season?, is the burning
question on the campus. Many Influences
make the advisability of a team doubtful
The faculty Is demanding unusually high
scholarship of the 'varsity athletes this
year. The student-body funds are lnado
quate to care for the large squad of men
that will report for practice, making it
almost possible to engage an efficient
coach, give the candidates good attention
fcnd not close the season with an Increased
Tliere is an abundance of good ma
terial in college, though, and the men
are Interested, as Is shown by the work
In the gymnasium- The athletes will de
termine for themselves at a meeting to
be called by Captain Hug some Jlme this
week whether Spring athletics will be
carried on. Whatever the track men de
cide upon will be final, and If they choose
to organize a team they will be given
hearty support. Captain Hug said:
"Prospects for a strong team are ex
ceedingly good. With Moo res and Kuy
kendall as possible sprinters: with Hen
derson In the jumps and hurdles, and
with Perkins In the quarter and half-mile
runs we have some sure point-winners.
There is also some good material in the
weight events. The only event in which
we would be weak Is the pole-vault.
t'As far as the strength of the team Is
concerned It may be mado stronger than
the squad was last year, but to me the
discouraging feature is the schedule. Pa
cific University and the Oregon Agricul
tural College are the only two meets that
are a certainty, and as a majority of
the candidates have heavy courses in col
lege It seems impracticable to urge such
a necessary sacrifice of scholarship lor
but two contests. Should Manager Whit
tlesey arrange other meets. Including
Washington and possibly the champions
of Eastern Washington and Idaho, it
would give sufficient interest to warrant
the organization of a team."
If Trainer Hay ward is sent for and a
team Is perfected as conditions exist now,
it will be done simply for the purpose of
developing material for next year."
READY FOR THE SECOND RUN
Hunt Club Preparing for Washing
ton's Birthday Event.
Members of the Portland Hunt Club are
making great preparations for the second
run for the Miss Anne Shogren cup, which
will be held on Washington's birthday,
Wednesday afternoon. The start will be
from the Seven Corners on the Section
Line road, at 2:20.
The hares have selected the course and
have arranged the jumps. The footing
over the entire course is perfect and all
of the jumps nicely planned. The point
selected for the finish will not be made
known until just before the start, but
the hares have assured the riders that
they have chosen a stretch that will be
long enough to give the leaders a chance
to show what they can do In the finish
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Feb. 20. Maximum tempera
ture. 50 dog.; minimum, 47. River reading at
11 A. M.. 4.5 feet; change In past 24 tours,
rise 2.2 feet. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to
5 P. M-. 0.31 inch; total since September 1,
1004, 21.83 inches: normal, 30.00; deficiency.
9.05. Total sunshine February 19, 3903. 3
hours and IS minutes; possible, 10 hours and
3C minutes. Barometer (reduced to eea level)
at 5 P. M.. 30.03.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamkxops, B. C.
North Head ....
San Francisco .
Tatoosh Ii-land .
Walla Walla ...
J4S! T I 6.NW
150)0.31 4 IE
4Si0.30 4 SB
ooto.oo o w
52i0.14l 4, SB
.38i T j !S
A second disturbance of moderate energy
has made Its appearance off the Washington
coast, and storm southeast warnings have been
ordered at ell coast points from Coos Bay
north to Ca'pe Flattery.
The following maximum wind velocities oc
curred during the last 24 hours: North Head.
72 miles, southeast; Tatoosh Island, 48 miles
southwest, and Tacoraa, 34 mile, southwest.
The rains contnlue nearly everywhere in
the North Faclfic States, but as -a rule they
have been light, except along the Immediate
coast, where they amounted to about an inch.
,The Indications are for rain in thta district
Tuesday, with high southeast winds along the
Forecasts made at Portland at S P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, February 21:
Portland and vicinity Rain; southerly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Rain; southerly winds, high along the coast.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
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dressed care The Oregonian, 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 takes through the
Buys two cottages on full-slse
lot, near the Fair Grounds; only
$S00 cash required.
Corner, with 12-room dwelling.
120 ft. street frontage, only
two blocks from City HalL
Corner. 50x100, on ICth and
Fettygrove sts.; 5-room house
on Inside 30 feet; corner, 50x70
feet, vacant, a good business lo
cation. 5-room house, lot 23x100, on
Hoyt st, near 10th.
A fine building site on 2th st,
New, modern cottage, on Eu
gene st, near Rodney ave.
Modern cottage, furnace and
good pmmblng, 5 blocks east of
A very good S-room house and
lot. near Union ave. and Pres
cott st, "good surroundings.
Modern 7-room -house, large lot,
butween E. Ankeny and Burn
A fine lot, 50x100, only a few
blocks east of Sunnyslde.
Sftfcft For 67x100 oet Holladay
0JJJJ ttVC-' ncar ., with cot
A beautiful modern heme, cor
ner Williams ave. .and Eugene
st, open for Inspection and
xeauy tor occupancy.
F. B RES KB
Room 414, Sherlock bldg., 53 U 3d st.
Fifth find Washington Streets
Ssosbi. fl.M to $3.00 Per Day.
According to Location.
J. r. DAYTES, Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
PORTLAND, OREGON ,
European Plan Rooms 50c to $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
HOTEL SCOTT CO.
B. W. LEVENS, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel
Rooms single or cn suite, -with private bath, European plan. Elegant cafs
In connection. Free 'bus vriu meet all trains.
SEVENTH AND ANKENY STREETS.
THE PAINLESS DENTIST
Who can fill or extract any number of teoth without in
flicting the slightest pain to the patient. The largest and
hest-equipped dental office on the Pacific Coast.
342 Washington Street, Corner Seventh
Thone Main 2119.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's auction house, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at lo A. M. Goo. Baker & Co.,
By J. T. Wilson at Mies room. ISO 1st st..
from 10 A. M. till 5 P. H. J. T. "Wilson,
. At Gllman's auction room. 413 Washington
St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman,
At the Portland auction rooms. 211 1st St..
bet. Taylor and Salmon. Sale at 10 o'clock
sharp. Gus A. Lowlt. auctloaeer.
AINSWORTH CHAPTER OF
ROSE CROIX. NO. J. A. & A.
S. R. Regular meeting In Mem
orial Hall, Scottish Rite Cathe
dra, this evening, at S o'clock.
By order Wise Master.
THUSNELDA SISTER LODGE, SONS OF
HERMANN Will give a whist party and re
freshments at tho Eagles' Hall, 2d and Yamhill
sts.. Thursday evening, Feb. 23. Admission,
OREGON LODGE. NO. 1. K. OF P. Holds
rogular convention. Tuesday, 21st. In K. P.
Hail. Marquam bldg. Visiting knights in
EUGENE DOWLING. C. C.
E. D. CURTIS. K. of R. i S.
DANCE Nomah Circle, Women of Wood
craft, February 22, East Side W. O. W. Hall.
TREVERSO In this city. Feb. 20, 1303, James
Troverso, aged 58 years.
HE ALT At 206 Union ave. North, Feb. 20.
1005, Man Healy, aged 40 years. 2 months.
BRETTELL In this city, on Feb. 20, 1005. at
the family residence. 4SS E. 3d st.,- Mary
Ann Brettell, aged. 50 years, C months. 12
days. She left a husband and three chil
drenCharles A., Walter C. and Mrs. 3. C.
Weaver, of this city. Announcement ot fu
HASTINGS Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully Invited to attend the funoral
services of Bertha Hastings which will
be held at Flnleys chapel at 1 ft M. to
day. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
NELSON In this city, Feb. 20, 1903. Mary
Nelson, aged 40 years. Friends and ac
quaintances are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral services, which will be
held at Finleys chapel at 3 P. M. today.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
LARSEN In this cityon February 15, 1905. at
SSI Gllsan street. NlelsHanscn Laraen. aged
51 years and 2 months. Funeral Tuesday,
February 21. 1905. at 2 P. 1L. from Hol
nian's chapel, corner Third and Salmon
streets. Friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. BARRETT In this city on February 19, 1903,
at the family residence. 215 North Twen
tieth street. Dr. Thomas William Barrett,
aged 32 years. 6 months and 22 days. Fu
neral today (Tuesday). February 21. 1905,
at 0 A. M., from the Cathedral, corner Fif
teenth and Davis streets. Please omit flow
ers. Services at the grave private.
LEDINGHAM At her late residence. 771 East
Twenty-first street. February 19, 1005
Beathla P. Ledlngham, wife of R. T. Led
Ingham, aged 74 years, 8 months and 4 days.
Funeral will take place Wednesday, Febru
aP' 2p. 2 IP. M., from F. S. Dunnlng's
chapel. 414 East Alder street. Friends In
vited. TOMPKINS At her late residence. 45014 Union
avenue North. February 19. 1605. Lucy M
Tompkins, wife of J. D. Tompkins, aged 48
years, 11 months and 7 days. Funeral will
take place today. February 21, at 2 P M
from F. S. Dunnlng's chapel, 414 East Alder
street. Friends Invited.
HEALY At 203 Union ave. North, Feb. 20
1905. Mrs. Mary Healy, aged 49 years. 2
month, beloved wife of Thomas Healy and
mother of James, Elizabeth. Edward Alice
and Ellen, all of this city. The funeral
will take place Thursday, Feb. 23. at S:45 A.
M., from residence; thence to St. Francis'
Church, 11th and EL Oak sts.. at 0 A. M..
where requiem mass will be offered for the
repose of her touL Interment St. Mary's
TREVERSO In this city, Feb. 20. 1905. James
Treverso. aged 53 years, late residence E
43d st,, near Tabasco Station. The xieceasod
left eight children, all of this city. The
remains are at Dunning. McEntee & Gll
baugh's Chapel, 7th and Pine sts. Requiem
mass will be offered for the repose of his
soul, at 9 A. M., Wednesday, Feb 22, at Su
Michael's Church, Fourth and Mill sts The
body will He In state In the church until
P. M., when funeral will take place. Interl
ment Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends In
vited. DUNNING. McENTEE tc GILBAUOH
accessor to Donning & Campion, xmdei
takers and embalm ers. modern In every do-
talL 7th and Was. Phone Mala 430. Lady
EDWARD HOLM AN CO., Undertakers and
embalmers, hare moved to their nevr bnlld
Inx, Third and Salmon, Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 607.
J. I. ITNLBT & SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Offlce of County Cor
oaer. Lady assistant. Telepboao No. 9.
T. 8. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 53.
Three Blocks From City Hal!
fnrnoi Wlth two Sellings, 7 and 12
LUrilCr roonls. Iay 10 per cent
- net on r Breike. xoom
414. Sherlock bldg., S3H 3d st.
Flnt-CUaa Cheek Rettaaraat.
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Tress,
OSCAR AX0E3S0R, Maasgar
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREQON
3RES 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rates European plan, 00c. 75c. $1.00, $L30.
(COO per day. S&mpl rooms la connection.
A. H. Ballard. Lessee and Manager.
Fourteenth and Washington -Sts.
Week of exceptional variety and Interest
Ever" night, except Monday and Tuesday,
with matinees Wednesday and Saturday,
COLUMBIA STOCK COMPANY.
In splendid revival of Lord Lytton's famous
"The Lady of Lyons"
Monday and Tuesday only, by special demand,
the grand religious spectacle,
Evening 50c. 33c. 23c. 15c
Matinee , 25c. 15c. loc
iAjwn-iown dox oface all day, 227 Morrison;
Phone Main 110. Evening at theater.
GEO. L. BAKER. Manager.
Order Jeats by Phone Muln 117.
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK.
SPECUL MATINEE WEDNESDAY.
ALSO REGULAR MATINEE SATURDAY.
Farewell week, Brandt-Baume Company
in the powerful military play,
Prices AH matinees, 10c. 13c, 23c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 33c. 50c.
THE LYRIC THEATER
Seventh and Alder Streets.
Even Afternoon and Evening.
THE NEW LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
The Sensational Comedy-Drama.
Specialties Between Acts.
Performances at 2:30, 7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
Usual Price of Admission, 10 Cents.
Portland's Fashionable Vaudeville H6use.
B ARTEL, THE UPSIDE-DOWN DANCER.
BEATY & PRICE.
1IAWLEV & VASS.
. EDISON'S I'KOJECTOSCOPE.
10c 10 any seat; reterved box seats. 23c
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Third and Yamhill sts.. Keating & Flood.
Managers. Largest Vaudeville House la
GEA1ILE THOMPSON TRIO.
LEONINE- & CROSS.
HOLMES & HOLMES.
HANDFORD & HART. J. W. BURTON.
BABY MANDEYI CLE.
J. W. WOOD. THE BIOGRAPII
Admission. 10 cents. Performances at 2:30,
7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
GRAND, Week of Eeb. 20.
Washington's birthday. Wednesday contin
uous, a huge bill.
QUEEN AND ROSS.
THE LOUIE BROTHERS.
.JEAN ST. KEMY.
CHARLES AND EDNA HARRIS.
Admission to any seat 10c. box seat. 25c
Pupils prepared for stage, pulpit,
platform or parlor. Either prlvst
lessons or class work. For Urn &sd
terms, apply at
261 Thirteenth Street
PHONE MAIN 120S.
Fidelity Court Contract.
National Surety Company
IV. L. PAGE, Agent
204 Falling Bldg. Phone Main 32S.
ABSTKACTS OF TITLE"
Oct records ars coaplats sad up ta dau
furnish abstracts promptly.
On Improved Portland Real TSst&i.
SECURITY ABSTRACT TRUST CO.
114-215 Chamber of CeasBerc.
318 Worcester Block
General practice. lavestlgatloas.
Estate work. Spee&U aad periodical asdlt.
Pboao West XL
A BIG SNAP
S4000 Worth for S2650
A splendid dwelling ot 11 large rooms, in
good repair, all necessary plumbing, a furnace,
basement under tha whole house, a barn and a
full quarter block, with fruit trees: will be sold
at this sacrifice price of $2050, This property
la well rttuated between Mt, Tabor and Haw.
thorn car lines, near Sunnyslde. Don't delay
Investigating thlc if you want a snap, F.
BRESKE, room Ui Sherlock bldg., S3 ft 3d st.
FOR d ALE REAL ESTATJt
52500 MODERN 6-ROOM - HOUSE WITH
fall basement and large attic, cement tvalkJ,
choice location In Upper Alblna; easy terms.
51350 5-room cottage In South Portland,
convenient to care; a bargain.
$35C0 New, modern 8-room bouse, very de
sirable location cn West Side; an elegant
$150 each for choice lots on good corner In
North Irvlngton: must be sold.
WHALLEY. 613 M'KAY BLDG.
Can you afford to own a S 10,000 resi
dence? If so it will pay you to see me.
Will take half In farm lands west of tho
'Cascade Mountains, balance easy terms.
Health requires a change of climate.
FRANCIS L M'KENNA.
Room 600 Commercial block.
FREE LAND! FREE LAND!
A chance to secure a home end make
money; only cost Is- for water right, which
averages $10 per acre; under state control.
For particulars write or call at offlce of Co
lumbia Southern Irrigation Co., 539 Worces
TWO PIECES OF WELL-IMPROVED Busi
ness property, one on 1st st. and the other
on Front; price, 15,300 and $20,500, re
spectively, suitably Improved and paying
well on investment. Parrlsh. Watklns &
Co.. 250 Alder at.
FOR SALE THREE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSES
In southwest part of city, well located, frac
tional lots, corrter. $4000; Inside houses. $3500
each; satisfactory terms can be made pur
chafers. Parrlsh. Watklns & Co.. 230 Al
A FINE MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
25x100 feet, well located in center ot city.
$5500. See ua tor terms and Information In
regard to this property. Parrlsh. Watklns
& Co.. 250 Alder st.
TWO NEW 6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGES.
E. Salmon. $50 down. $25 month; four 5 to
7 rooms, Montavllla. $13; vacant lots or
carpenter work In part payment. Burden.
A CHOICE QUARTER-BLOCK ON E. 12TII
st.. In Holladay's Addition, for -"20OO: half
down, balance on time; fine building site.
Parrlsh. Wak!ns & Co.. 250 Alder st.
POULTRY RANCH. 32 LOTS. .NEAR CITY
limits. 5-room house. 2 barns, orchard, straw
berries, cows, 130 chickens, horse, buggy;
snap; $1500. Call owner, Wcot 2074.
E. KRONER. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER:
houses on Installments In any part of Port
land; plans made to suit. Office 1033 3d zt.,
14 LOTS AND LARGE BUILDING. SOxlOO.
suitable for a fine chicken hatchery, near
SU Johns car line; only. $100. Brown. 351
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Barralns on O. W. P. electric line. O. K.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c.
SUBURBAN LOTS ON CAR LINE, IN OR-
t chard. $175. on payment, io casn, $5 month
ly. Hatfield & Smith, 165 4th st.. room 32.
$0000 YOU CAN OWN 5 COTTAGES AND
store. West Side, always rented; farm land,
part payment. (P.oom 0, 245 Morrison.
C-ROOM HOUSE. HARD FINISH. NEW.
near car bams, a good residence or rental
property: $1500. 165U 4th st., room 32.
LOT 50x160 AND 8-ROOM HOUSE. TILLA
mook St.. bet. Williams and Rodney aves.
Apply at 200 San Rafael st.
FOR SALE CHEAP TWO LOTS NEAR
Highland School. Inquire M. L. Day. or
address box 117. Arletc. Or.
FOR SALE COMMODIOUS MODERN HOUSE
of 10 rooms, with two lots; price low. Mrs.
W. A. Daly. 350 13th st.
$2520 MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE
lot. Russell ft.. Upper Alblna. Miller. 303
Chamber of Commerce.
$3200 CHOICE ACRE. WEST AVE. STA
tlon. ML Tabor, on car line. Miller. 203
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE. C MILES FROM
Morrison st, bridge. C. K. Ballard. Mil.
FOR SALD-HOUSE. 17 ROOMS. 60 - FOOT
lot; $17,000, or would rent, with lease. F 2.
4 section. 3 miles west Scappoose; well tim
bered: reasonable. D. E. Budd. lit) 1st st.
FOR SALE ONH FINE LOT. RIGHT IN
heart of city, cheap. P 31. Oregonlan
BY OWNER 25x100 FEET NEAR CUSTOM
Houso. with 7-room house. Main 1501.
FOR SALE OR LEASE. LOT 50x100. TWO
blocks from the Fair. Inquire 33 Park.
FOR SALE FARMS.
Few exceptional bargains Just In. Taft &
Con 122-3-5-6 Ablngton bldg.
020 acre. 230 acres under high state of cul
tivation, 100 acres more ready for plows,
tarings and running water, well fenced, good
house, 3 good barns, plenty fruit. This Is an
exceptional buy. Particulars at our offlce.
240 acres, fair house. 3 barw, 00 acres In
cultivation, plenty of good fruit, fine outside
range, all well fenced, good sprlnga, lota ot
very best pasture. Thl Is an exceptional
pick-up. Price only $3500; terms.
505 acres Fine buildings of all kinds. 400
acres under cultivation, well fenced. 13 acres
prunes, gGod drier; 1 miles from good town
In Yamhill County. This la an up-to-date
place In every respect; easy tttms; $17 per
348 acrcj Big barn, cheap house; 75 acres
under cultivation. 100 ready for plow; lot
small fruit; all good leel land; lft niil-s
from good live town In Polk County; $10
per acre; terms easy.
50 acres All Incultlvatlon. of which there
are 25 acres of hops In One condition; all
cleared and plowed; yield last year. oT.OOO
pounds; latest Improved hophiuse; one ot til
best yards and small fanrw In Polk Cauuiy
IK miles from town: railroad runs r-s-t
place. Price only $G3CO; prt cash.
200 acres Fair house and barn; HV) a"-s
In cultivation, of which 120 acrett are In grain
now; lots small fruit; good spring; wt'l
fenced; bent of roads; telephone, free mall;
CO acre 23 acres in hops, choice rarC;
god houFe and barn, also noplwusc; all good
land, well fenced; $5000.
20 acres C acres-hops: no ImurMVi'nwntr:
sold crop last year for $1000; price of land
TAFT & CO.
122-3-5-C Ablngton block.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED: 200
acres, of which one-half Is bottom land, with
00 acres under plow, balance of land good
upland; land doesn't overflow; nicely watered,
good fencest a large S-room modern house,
worth $1500; nice painted frame barn. 50x70,
fitted throughout with utanchlons and stalls,
and another good barn. 42x52; chicken-house,
root-bouse and machine-house; woven-wlre
fence along front side of the place; good
family orchard; there goes with tli-e place
wagon, hay-rake, mower, harrow, cultivator,
plowfl. feed-cutter and a span of horses; this
Is an Ideal dairy farm, situated on the bank,
of the Columbia River, adjoining town of
Carrolton. Price. $6000. with one-half down.
Imus Sz. Wllloughby, Kalama, Wash.
FOR SALE 40 ACRES. 10 MILES SOUTH OF
city, 3S acres In cultivation; one span horses.
1 cow. 1 3-lnch wagon. 1 spring wagon, disk
plows, etc. house, barn; 115 Royal Ann
cherry trees, Iogan-berrles, raspberries. Come
and sec th best of ground. Price $3750.
Address A 25, Oregonlan.
DESIRABLE FARM NEAR G RES HAM. GOOD
houss. barn, orchard, water, timber; asy
terms R 10. Oregoclan.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
use. LOWEST PRICES.
E. F. &. F. B. Riley. 60S Chamber Commerce.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP, TIM-
tcui wim or KTiuint una; an Bizet lowest
prices. H. B. Compson, CIS Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip, on hand ready to
locate. Maglnnls & Son. 227 Falling bldg.
LAND SCRD? FOR IMMEDLVTE USE FUR
nished; will take any Government land. Whlt
ten & Bryant, 71S Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
scrips; general land practice. Collins Land
Co., Concord bldg.
We're again In the market with low-priced
a.iiy. 1. . wmung et km., ioa ABington.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2000
to tiu.uw; a iso ousineM properties, SSV0O to
$20.COO. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting i Co..
408 Ablngton bldg. '
FOR RENT PLVNOS.
FOR RENT OR SALE, WITH ALL THE FUR-
ntsnings; good place for chickens; soma fine
chickens also. At Oak Grove stop, on the
Oregon City car line.
FOR RENT-NEW UPRIGHT HALLETT &
tduu iwswuuic iu i-aroiui parties.
Al HOLLYWOOD, CAL., PROPERTY; SUB
urb of 0L9 Angeles; fine to subdivide; from
$4000 to $12,500; exchange for business or
country property in Oregon. Glve particulars
first letter and .address A 37, Oregonlan,
Hone. Vehicles and Harness.
SNAP BAY TEAM, WEIGHS 2600 POUNDS,
sound and good workers, with new harness;
price $150. One pair of horses, weight -UA
pounds, sound and work single or double, with
new harness, $115. Good farm wagon, new
bed; price, $33. One single buggy harness,
$7.50. One bike buggy; price, $75. Regal
Stables. 14th and Sunuidc st?.
NOTICE I HAVE A VERY HANDSOME,
stylish, golden sorrel horse, 7 years old,
weighs 1223 pounds, perfectly eound and
broken single, double and to rids; suitable
for trap or surry; anyone desiring a nrst
claie family horse should inspect thio one.
Call 23 N. 14th st.
FOR SALE SEVERAL TEAMS OF WELL
matched. weil-broken horses, weighing
from 1300 to 1500 pounds. Address Sam
Strebin. Troutdale. Or.
FOR SALE LARGE WORK HORSES AND
mutes for eale. Inquire uf Jas. York. Sr..
Baker Citv. Or., P. O. Box 003. or telephone
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles bought, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall. 204 4th. Phone Main 220S.
$40 BUYS BAY HORSE. SOUND. WEIGHS
1230 pounds, suitable for ranch work. Call
23 N. 14th et.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-KAND
vehicles cn Coast for sale or hire. 211 Waih.
FOR SALE TWO BUGGIES AND ONE TRAP
buggy, eheap. 313 Water et.
FOR SALE OR HIRE ALL KINDS OF
horses. 2d and Main.
NEW PIANO. HIGH GRADE. TO TRADE
for board or board and room. J 5. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE"-PIANO AND PIANOLA; A BAll
galn: parties going East, to 2S. Oregonlan.
$2:;5 CASH BUYS $123. PIANO. USED FEW
weeks; need money. A 52. Oreconiau.
50 H. P. UNION GAS ENGINE. MARINE,
double cylinder. 40-inch bronse propeller,
brass fittings and pumps complete; used two
months; better thun new; running: price
$1750. T. R. V.. 35 Steuart St.. S. F.. Cal.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elateriie; it roils, easy to
lay: needs no palntin? cr coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Eluterlt Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIl
Hard and pool tableo; easy payr.ionts; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, clw'ap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Col-lcndcr.
49 3d st.
FOR SALE-12 H. P. WEBBR GASOLINE
engine complete and ready for Immediate
ute-. a real bargain. Railway Equipment Co.,
324 Chamber of Commerce.
BARGAINS SEVERAL SODA FOUNTAINS,
different lengths. Ice crsm frcesers and Ice
crusjhera. Address F. Hecker. 1011 S. Olive
St., Los Angeles.
FOR SALE A BLACKSMITH SHOP. WITH
lathe, drlil prf&s, etc.; a tine proposition for
the right party; terms. Address J. J. Reld.
10O CORDS FINE FIR WOOD ON BANK
river at Holbrook for eale or trade. 321
Morrison st. Ralston.
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS FERRYBOAT
at a good point; this is worth Investigating.
J. J. Reld. Rufus. Or.
FOR SALE-3 GAS ARC LAMPS; GOOD AS
new. Clary's The Fair, 652 Thurman st.
ALMOST NEW COOK STOVE. TWO BEDS,
dining table, very cheap. 106 N. loth st.
A BARGAIN 12 COWS AND GOOD MILK
route. Inquire 074 E. 10th st.
KELP WANTED MALE.
SALESMEN WANTED AGENTS. DEALERS
and storekeepers, start In business for your
self on our capital. We make mtn's fine
clothing to measure, and you can etl our
perfect-tlttlng, highest-class tailoring at a
good profit for as little money as utneie re
tail ready-made goods. You can control en
tire local traie with our line. Spring line.
400 up-to-date styles of woolens, fashion dis
plays, etc.. now ready and furnlJfced free.
A great opportunity. Write today for full
particulars and exclusive territory. Experi
ence not absolutely necessary. American
Woolen Mills Co., Dept. A., Washington blvd.
and Union u, Chicago.
WANTED A WELL-QUALIFIED MALE
teacher for a term of 3 months, beginning
March 1, and everything being, satisfactory.
esU teacher will have the refueal of our
school through the Summer months. A. J.
Winter. Clerk. School District No. 3. Wah
kiakum County. Washington.
PERFORM ERS. PROFESSIONALS AND AM
atuurs wanted Immediately for Portland's
World's Fair, vaudeville circuit, dramatic
companies, quartets, sketch teami. etc.; big
salary, lung engagement: information gratis.
Newman's Theatrical Circuit, 32tfs Washing
THERE IS MORE DEMAND THAN EVE.t
for competent salesmen, bookkeepers, sten
ographers and technical men. and we need
men for many such positions now open. Pa
cific Commercial Bureau. Seattle. Va&h.
THOSE DESIRING TO BE ACTORS SEE US
and tsave money; stage dancing, vaudeville
acting, singing taught; terms reasonable; en
gagements guaranteed. Newman's School of
Acting. 32Gs Washington.
WANTED STEADY YOUNG MAN TO IN
vest $350 and services In rapidly growing
business In Portland; no previous experience
required; fullest Investigation; references. Q
WANTED A SALESMAN IN EACH TOWN
In Oregon. Washington and Idaho; wend 10c
to puy cost of mailing particulars, etc. Ven
tilating Stovepipe Elbow Co., Box 235. St.
MEN We teach the barber trade In the short,
est possible time at small expense and guar
antee positions. Write for catalogue.
MOLER SYSTEM COLLEGE. San Francisco.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., Sehool of
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress! 4073-75 Easton ave., St. Louts, Mo.
WANTED A YOUNG AND HUSTLING
agent to solicit residences and offices for a
patent article; good seller. Apply to Im
porter. 71 Cth sL
WANTED PHYSICIAN. REGISTERED IN
tho State of Washington, for office prac
tice; permanent. Address O. V. Lawson,
SEVERAL POSITIONS NOW OPEN FOR
bookkeepers, stenographers and salesmen.
Portland Commercial Bureau, 722 Chamber
WANTED REPORTER FOR MERCANTILE
agency; must have some experience. Address,
with references. S 30, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BOY TO WORK IN FACTORY;
wcges $3 per week to begin with. Portland
Glove Works. 82 Front st.
FIVE CARPENTERS, TWO CARPENTER
helpers; one French chef. National Employ
ment Office, 201V. Stark.
S. B. LANSTNG. RECOGNIZED VAUDE
vllle rerformer. wants partner for musical
act. I -arise HoteJ. city.
SEE IX E. BUDD. 110 1ST. GENERAL EM
ployznest contractor warns agenia for quick-selling-
A SOLICITOR WANTED; CAN MAKE BIG
money Cleaning & Dye Wart. Na. 4 N.
WANTED SOLICITOR FOR HIGH-GRADE
work; state experience L 30. Oregonlan.
Men. wasted to learn- barber trade. Berber
College, 741 Howard st San Franc I ca.
WANTED A STRONG BOY AT CONCAN
nons Market, 21st and Johnson fit.
DR. WALKER. 1K1 1ST. CURES ALL PHJ
vate diseases of man.
SALESMAN. CITY. COUNTRY; BIG WAGES.
215 Commercial blk.
BOY WANTED. NAU'S PHARMACX.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR COOK
Ing and general housework; good wages. Ap
ply 731 Savier at.
HOUSEWORK GIRL. SEASIDE. ?1G; OTH
ers: waltret;. 2Q; for work or help, Drake,
WANTED GIRL CAPABLE OF TAKING
care of child 2 years old- Mrs. Hamilton.
WANTED TEACHERS FOR CHINESE Mis
sion. Apply 310 Burnslde st,, or 200U 2d st
7:30 P. M.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, good wages. Apply mornings, 303
"V ANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
light housework: must sleep at home. 5544
Third st.. ,
WANTED TWO LADIES -TO TRAVEL; SAL
ary; Inclose stamp. Answer R 30, Orego
HELP WANTED FF.-trAT.i-:.
PERFORMERS. PROFESSIONALS AND AM
ateurs wanted Immediately for Portland's
World's Fair, vaudeville circuit, dramatic
companies, quartets, sketch teams, etc; olg
salary, long engagement; Information gratis.
Newman's Theatrical Circuit, 320" Washing
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be willing and good cook, capa
ble of earning $25 per month; small family.
Call mornings. 700 Kearny.
LEARN MANICURING. SHAMPOOING. FA
clal massage, whole course $10. Southern
School Dermatology. Special mall course.
420 Jeftcrotn st
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR
pastry work; home bakery and store; fIO
week. Girl for store work, $3 week. tSOVj
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
erc. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agent:.-. 23oi fan-hill. Phone Black
LADY TAKE CHARGE NEWLY FURNISHED
hou?e during Fair; 12 rooms; tine locality: on
percentage; references. K 37. Oregonian.
WANTED--LAD Y, WELL RECOMMENDED,
over SO. as night clerk; good i-ulary to right
person. Address D 3C. care Oregonlan.
AT ONCE. CAP.A RLE WOMAN OVER 30 FOR
permanent position in town of S00O; refer
ences and security. G IB. Oregonlan.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER. ONE HAVING
musical ability and machine preferred; state
experience, etc T 33. Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS ALTERATION
hands. H. B. Litr's, 4th and Washington sts.
LADIES WANTED TO ASSIST AT TAILOR
lng. 231Vz Alder st-. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; three In family. 202 12th.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. FAM
lly of three. 143 N. 16th st.
A RELIABLE GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN
eral housework. 303 11th st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wcrk. Apply 770 Irving 6t.
WANTED LUNCH WAITRESS AT THE
ZiniIey restaurant. 230 First.
EXPERIENCED WAIST HELP WANTED.
31-1 the Dekum.
WANTED GERMAN -OR SWEDISH GIRL
at 200 1st st.
1IELP WANTED MALE OB FEKAXX.
WANTED 10 MEN OR WOMEN TO RBFRE
ecnt one of the best fraternal orders oa
the Coast; paying life, old age, sick and ac
cident insurance; cash and commissions. Or
der ot Lions. 007 Chamber of Commerce.
SITUATION WANTED MAT.T..
Bookkeepers and. Clerks.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER AND BOOK
kcepcr out city. $75 month; flrst-claos dress
goods man; today. Clerks' Registration Bu
reau, 265 Morrison st.
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER, WORKING
daytime, wants work one or two evenings a
week; has machine M SC. Oregonlan.
TOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
cr and stenographer. P 36, Oregonlan.
ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED IN CARE
and operation of generators, motor installa
tion and armature winding; steam and ma
chine shop experience; technical education;
references. T 30, Oregonlan
GERMAN WANTS POSITION AS A HANDY
man; gardener; raising- fruit, berries or farm
ing, handling uorie& well. Address Frank
Gordon, general delivery. Portland. Or.
YOUNG MAN WISHES TO OBTAIN Posi
tion in wholesale or department store where
there Is chance for aavancemeat. Address
S. Bjarnason. 724 K. 13tb st.
BY YOUNG MAN, GOOD BUSEVESS AND
partial college education; some experience in
both dry goods and groceries; satisfactory
references. V 36, Oregonian.
RESPONSIBLE MARRIED MAN WANTS
work of any kind, handy with carpenter toots:
can do moat any kind of work. Address D
25 or phone Main 3500.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOlNG MAN AS
stenographer and to assist it. ofilce work; 2
years experience Addrcs3 A 33. care Ore
goclan. COLORED MAN. COOK. WANTS PLACE IN
hotel. camp or restaurant; 3 years la last
kitchen. F 37. Oregonlan.
A GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
at housework in a lodging-house. E 30.
A JAPANESE WANTS A SITUATION
where he can attend school. P. p. Box 70S.
MAN AND .WIFE DESIRE POSITION ON A
ranch, wife good cook. Y 25, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN STHNOG
rapher; small salary. Phone Main 1870.
YOUNG GIRL. GOING TO SCHOOL. WISHES
to ansiet in housework for her room and
board. Y 36, Oregonlan.
SHIRTWAIST SUITS. EVENING WAISTS,
shirtwaists: good work assured; prices rea
sonable. 191 6th.
SHIRTWAIST SUITS. LATEST STYLE. $4
up; work guaranteed. 168 W. Park, near
FASHIONABLE AND PLAIN SEWING,
children a specialty. Phone East 2054.
BY WIDOW, SITUATION AS HOUSEKEBP
cr for widower. Call evenings, 535 Flanders
POSITION WANTED AS FTRST OR SECOND
cook In boarding-house or hotel, by Scandi
navian woman. 166 N. 15th St.-
SWEDISH GIRL. GOOD COOK. WISHES Po
sition In small family; good wages. Call 560
WILL ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK; AM
good seamstress. 186 Curry st. Phone Front
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG WOMAN
to do general housework. 2S3 N. 19th.
GIRL WANTS HOUSEWORK. 193 17TH ST.
RELIABLE LADY. GOOD COOK AND MAN
agcr. with some means, would like to hear
of some good business proposition. Address
H 34. Oregonlan.
YOUNG GERMAN LADY, ATTENDING
school, desires home In nice family la return
for drawing and German lessons. X 36,
SITUATIONS WANTED FJJtST- - CLASS
cook, girl waitress, woman curse, nouse
wcrkera. 230 YamhllL Phone Black 2SS1.
SCANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
270 Burnsidei. furnishes mala and fotnala
help, all kinds, free of charges Main 30SS.
COLLECTING BY COMPETENT LADY:
best references. Mis. Tn-nnTy 430 TamhiB.
HOUSEWORK OR WASHING WANTED BT
hour; also plain sewing. Apply S54 7th. enc
WOMAN WANTS WORK BT THE DAT,
washing and clnanmg, Phone East 2020.
GOOD WORKER BT i"H DAT- PHONE
Main 1625. Room 44.
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED EVKKY
whore to start busin.es of their owa; ca
clear $100 to $200 monthir: sallniited
field; new Idoa; large profits; 12- samples
and full working plan, by mall. 50 cents.
Address P. O. Box C30. Seattle.
WANTED TO RENT.
3 TO 5-ROOM UNFURNISHED COTTAGE,
or 3 unfurnished housekeeping rooms. West
Side, modern, responsible party; can give
'best of references: steady tenant. Address
Y 23. Oregonlan. Phone Main 33W).
WANTED A NICE PRIVATE FURNISHED
or unfurnished residence, wllltng to pay $123
Ptr month. Address F 36, care Oregonlan.
WANTED MEAT MARKET OR CORNER
for location. T 30, Oregonlau.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
'WANTED A - ROLL-TOP DESK. GOOD OR
. Uer. -H 2d. st.