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THE MORNING OBEQQNIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1905.
DAXLT SEXEOBOIOGICAIi XEPORT.
PORTLAND. Feb. 28. Maximum, tempera
ture. 62 deg.; minimum. 62. Blver reading- at
U A. M., 3.2 feet; change In past 2 hours,
cone. Total precipitation. B P. SI to S P. M..
O.is Inch; total since September 1, 1904, 22.54
Inches; normal, 52.62; deficiency, 10.08. Total
punshine February 27, 1005, 6 hours and M
rnlnutee; possible. 11 hour and 1 minute,
ttarcrneter (reduced to sea. level), at C P.
- PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
5 o 2-
Baker City '
Bait Lake Clty
fian Francisco .
Tatoosh Island ..
Walla Walla ...
Light scattering showers have occurred dur
ins the last 24 hours In Northwestern Oregon,
Western "Washington and In Eastern Washing
lon and extreme Northwestern Montana. Else
where the -weather haa been lair.
The temperature In the states west of the
Rocky llountaina continues -unusually warm for
The Indications are for generally fair weather
In - this district "Wednesday, except alone the
boxth era coast of "Washington, whrre rain Is
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 ?. 24. for
23 hours ending- at midnight, March 1:''
Portland and vicinity Generally fair; va
Wcetem Oregon Generally fair; variable
"Western "Waahlngton Generally fair, except
occasional rain along the north coast; wlnda
Eastern "Washington and Northern Idaho
Partly cloudy and occasionally threatening.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Con
tinued fair weather. A. B. WOLLABER,
Acting District Forecaster.
oes Home to See Mother.
Jphn Cordano, Deputy Sheriff, has
beo. granted-two months' leave of ab
sentee, to visit his mother In Italy, -who
Is Veported very 11L He will leave
Portland In a few days. Cordano left
h)me when a boy, 2t years ago, and
lias not been back since.
fnvolo ,tary Bankrupt.
Upon a hearing before Judge Bellinger
jeoKniay znw western TOiu supply Com
pany was t&jugtled an Involuntary bank
rupt. The petition was made by several
of the creditors of this concern, who as
serted that the company was unable to
redeem its obligations.
CLASSIFIED AD. BATES.
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keeping Booms "Situations Wanted. 15
words or less, IB cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional Insertions
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"New Today." SO cents for IK nwi. i
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uaatm. etc first Insertion. Xuh .jjui.
insertion, one-half; no further discount ua-
tier cne xnoBux.
SEW TODAYS (racro measnra artttl. 15
rent per line, first Insertion; 10 cenU per"
lne of each additional insertloB.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed cere The Oreronlan. and left at thi.
office, should always be inclosed In sealed
envelopes. -o stamp la required on such
The Oreponiaa will not be responsible for
errors In advertisement -ti through the
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2, I. O OF
Regular meeting this ("Wednesday evening
at S o'clock. Initiation. Visitors welcome.
M. OSVOLD. Secretarj".
I A. M. Special convocation this (Wed
I nesday) evening. March 1, 1005, at
7:80 O'clock- Vncnnlx TVmr!- U..1.
easier aegree. visitors welcome. By
order E. H. P. A. M. KNAPP, Secretary.
ORIENT LODGE. NO. 17, I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening
In Orient Hall. East Portland. Initiatory
degree. Visitors Invited.
"W. A. "WHEELER, Secretarj-.
"WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 40.
A. V JL- X. M KtBtA mmmimlD -
i Hon this (Wednesday) evening at
i ;w o ciock. juasomc iiail. JaurK-
Vinrri MAtr VTai-V XT nr i it
il. M. cordially Invited. By order W. M.
J. II. RICHMOND, Secretary.
CRESCENT LODGE. NO. 10. A. O. U. W.
, All members requested to be present to
mlght. Brother Past Grand Master Ralph
JFeeney will visit us. Visiting brothers In
vited to attend. WM. ELDER, M. "W.
ROBERT WARWICK. Rec.
,XOUISSON-NEWMAN At the residence of
i the bride's mother, Mrs. Anna Newman,
in Fresno, Cal., Feb. 22. 1905. Evelyn
Newman and Julius Loulsson. Judge H. Z.
BRANT In this city. Feb. 28. 1905. at 81
N. Park sU. Mrs. Caroline Brant, aged 43
GUNDBL In this city. Feb. 28. 1905. Mich
ael GundeU aged 56 years. Notice of fu
THORNBURG In this city, at his late resi
dence, 474 11th Ft.. Feb. 2S. 1003, Julius B.
Thornburg. aged SS years. Notice of fu
BRANT In this city, February 2S, 1005. at
residence 01 N. Park st.. Mrs. Caroline
Brant, aged 43 years, beloved wife of G.
W. Brant, and sister of Mrs. H. A. Thomp
son. Friends can view the remains today
fit Dunning. McEntee & Gllbaugh's chapel,
7th and Pine sts., where they have been
prepared for shipment to Lewis. la.
KINDORF In this city. Feb. 28. 1905.
George Klndorf, aged 47 years. Funeral
will take place Thursday. March 2. at 2
P. M.. from F. S. Dunning Chapel. 414
East Alder street. Friends Invited, Re
mains will lay in state until 12 M.. Thurs
day, in the chapeL Spokane. Wash and
Raotne. Wis., papers please copy.
ELLIOTT At the residence of his daughter.
Mrs. J. T. Apperson. Park Place, Clackamas
County, Feb. 27. 1005. William Elliott, a
pioneer of 1S4S. aged S years. 6 months and
13 days. Funeral from Baptist Church. Ore
gon City. Wednesday. March 1. at 1 o'clock
P. M. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
PATTERSON Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully Invited to attend the fu
neral services of Elizabeth Patterson
which will be held at Flnley's chapel at 2
P. il. today. Interment Rlverview Ceme
tery. DUNNING. McENTEE GDUJACGH,
sccceasor to Drawing A Campion, under
takers and embalm ers, modern la every de
tail, 7th and fine, l'hone Main 43a, .Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
embalxoers, have mured to their Hew bulld
Jng, Third and Salmon.. Lady asaktaat.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. ITNLEX SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Car
oaer. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 8.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Aider. Lady assistant. Telepaoaa East 52.
ZEIXEB-BYRNES CO.. UNDERTAKERS,
50 0.001 8I8E
54 0.00 6NW
62 0.001 1KB
50 0.00 81W
56 0.00 O...,
58 0.00 6 SB
54 0.00 618
2 0.00 4NW
H'o.OO 4 N
6SK).00 4 NW
72 0.00 14 W
48 0.01 4 NE
CO 0.00 4 E
50 0.00 14 B
COj T 4 S
as&almen 27S Bus'l; East 106S; lady as't.
These Rugs come in excellent Orien
tal and floral designs, and are good
value at their regular price of $16.00
Today and During Week $12.50
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD ST.
$3 PER DAY
COST ONX VTT.TJOX DOXXJLSS.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
THE PAINLESS DENTIST
Who can fill or extract any number of teeth without in
flicting the slightest pain to the patient. The largest and
best-equipped dental office on tho Pacific Coast.
342 Washington Street, Corner Seventh
. 'Phone Main 2119.
AUCTION SALES TODAT.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 1st
et., bet. Salmon and Taylor. Sale at 10
o'clock sharp. Gus A. Lowlt. auctioneer.
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. ISO First
street, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson. Auctioneer.
How Much Can
A prominent Port lander once said that the
easiest thing he had to do was to make
money the hardest thing to cave it. Most
people And It difficult to save.
And yet saving is largely a matter of
habit, which. Uke every other habit, be
comes easier the more It is practiced.
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANT IS
Pays S per cent Interest on SAVINGS AC
COUNTS and from 3 to 4 per cent on CER
TIFICATES OF DEPOSIT payable at fixed
periods, or upon a few days' notice. Send
for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BENJ. L COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
We have bought of the Red
Front their entire stock of A. A.
Cutter's ami Hanson's Three
Lake Driving Shoes.
We are also sole agents for the
Chippewa hand-made and Stil
son Pacific Logger. We carry
Watson, Town & Capen Shoes.
We are prepared to take care
of the logging camps formerly
supplied by the Red Front. Lib
eral discount in quantities.
230-232 Morrison St. Near 2d,
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, City and Farm
Insurance In All Lines
A. a BIRRELL,
202 -S McKay bldCt Third and Stark.
MORI GAGE LOANS
Ob Portland real atat at low.rt rataa.
Titles insured. Abstracts tarnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
X CkiBMr or Coauau-oa.
FREELAND IN OREGON
Under the "Carey Irrigation Act Deed
direct from state. WRITD OR CALL
TODAT. Booklets and map free. B. S.
Cook &. Co 251 Alder street, Portland, Or.
k A SI I KOI
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00-per Day
Bade to fmllVn
aad (ln-.te restU
mm. Tao roa
aremeat ttUI b
leased at all
times to show
rwmi and triva
Rrlees. A modera
T&rklta bath -tahllth
It- C BOWERS.
A. H. Ballard. Lessee and Manacer.
Fourteenth and Washington Sts.
The most beautiful play of the season.
As presented by the superb Columbia
ALL THIS "5VEEK MATINEB SATURDAT.
A $2 Play for 50c
Evenlnc. SOc. 35c. 25c, I5c
Matinee. 25c, 15c, 10c
Downtown box office open all day, S27 Mor
rison. Phone Main 110. Evenlnc at theater.
Owing to lensth. of the performance, curtain
will promptly at 8:05.
NEXT ATTRACTION. "ARISTOCRACY."
Third and Yamhill sts. Keating' & Flood.
Managers. Largest Vaudeville House la
SUBLEFXELD TRIO. LEANT) ER TRIO.
CASTLE AND HALL. THE DELACIES.
THE KLINES. BENARD WILLIAMS
ALT JAMES. J. TV. WOOD.
Admission. 10 cents. Performances at 2:30,
7:30 and 9:15 P. M.
THE LYRIC THEATER
SEVENTH AND ALDER STREETS.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
GREAT PRODUCTION OP THE FOUR-ACT
"The Convlcfs Daughter"
Specialties Between Acts.
Performances at 2:30, 7:30 and 8:15 P. M.
Usual Price of Admission, 10 Cents.
Portland's Fashionable Vaudeville House.
ALL THIS WEEK.
S AERIAL KOBERS 3.
ROSE AND SEVERN'S.
MYERS AND ROSA.
S shows dally, afternoons at 2:30, evenings
at 7:30; admission, 10 cents; box seats 25c
HITSl HITS! HITS!
LEONARD, HOLMES AND DEAN.
4 THE DUFFY FAMILY I.
AMY GRANVILLE. NAGLE and ADAMS.
GRACE ARMOND. LOUIE BROTHERS.
MB. ALF BONNER,
Admission to any seat. 10c; box seats. 25c
Full Size 50x100 Feet
$200 EACH AND UPWARDS
On Very Easy Terms
City Water Graded Streets
West Piedmont is bnlMIng up veer fact.
Several more houses in course of construc
tion. Come and pick cut a good lot before
Iho choice ones are all gone-
TITLE GUARANTEE &
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce
Central to four mile of deep-water
front, ae&r Colombia University, 25,
000 pajroll, employment for all, Bull
Enn water, money furnished for
building purposes. Lots, $200 to $800,
on ea3y monthly installments. Fran
cis L Mr&enna, room 606, Commer
cial H. G. Sibray. University Park
Sta. Agents "wanted.
OUT cold. 1nrlr hinr-Vif -mo A n-
exchanged; dlampsds, precious stones, loose
and mounted? VntrVloz 1T7ji1-tr r.nnlu1
Uncle Myers, the Jeweler, 143 3d. near Alder.
FOR SAUC KEAIi ESTATE.
$750 4-ROOM COTTAGE AND LOT. 40x103.
In Upper Alblna; . easy terms; the owners
are sotns away and it must be sold.
$1300 5-room cottage in South Portland; an
elerant home. ,
$2500 a-room Colonial house, with large
attic and full basement, concrete walks,
piped for gas and wired for electricity: a
beautiful place, and wiU be eold on easy
S300 Quarter block la North Irrtngton.
Property In all parts of the city at bargain
"IVHALLHT, 613 McKay bldg.
$6600 IF YOU HAVE THAT AMOUNT TO
Invest we'll zsake you 13 per cent net on
It. This Is how: We'll tell you a lot on
14th (close In. where everything rents)
for $2100. build you two handsome flats
(Los Angeles style) for $4500; total out
lay $6600. We'll "guarantee to rent these
for $40 each, or $960 yearly, pay $60 year
ly for taxes and Insurance, and return you
net 13 per cent. Can you beat it? L. W.
Whiting & Co.. 40S Ablngton bldg.
Fire-room cottage on full lot. Northrnp
st.. near 23d; nicely terraced lawn, ce
ment walk and all modem . conveniences.
For-prlco and terms. Bee
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
108 Third Street.
S4200 BEAUTIFUL NEW -MODERN 7
room residence, bet. 10th and W. Park, an
ideal home, as well as a great bargain.
$12,000 will buy two fine residences with
ground 100x115 ft, near 14th at.
S1700 a. charmlne- 13-acre' Dlace near
car line, 5-room house, young, splendid
orchard of over 400 fine apple trees, a
snap. H. H. Staub. 21534 Morrison, phone
HERE ARE TWO SNAPS.
100x100 feet. N. E. cor. E. Pino and E.
SOth ats.. price S1000; terms, hall cash, bal
ance on time.
50x100 feet, EPlne and E. 27th sts..
one block, from E. Ankeny car line, price
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. 0 and 7
Chamber of Commerce.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE (WARRANTED)
300 acres unimproved, good. rich, level farm
lano. well watered, heavy Umbered, county
road, 13 miles northwest of Portland; $10
per acre cash; best bargain ever offered In
this city. This advertisement will not ap
pear again. Beawlck. 250 Oak st.
FOR SALE 2 BEAUTIFUL S AND S-ROOM
houses; new, strictly modern, electric light
and gas; on "Union ave. car line; 6-minute
car eervlce; houses open Sunday afternoon:
owner one block south, at 652 Union ave.
N-. near Morris. -See these If you want
something nice. Cash or Installments.
weu xencea asa wsicrrti; iuuik. uuo
depot, near Cottage Grove; Ave dwelling
houses fixed for Ave families on It. Joining
outrange, hundreds of goats or cattle can be
Kept. Acoress x j.. uj n uuunu sw,
vnr.T. LAXDr free land:
A chance to aecure a home aad make
money; only coet Is for water right, which
AVKiarea 210 ner acre: under state control.
For particulars write or call at office of Co
lumbia Southern Irrigation Co., 539 Worces
CHOICE PIECE OF RESIDENCE PROP
erty. renting f&iO per year, can be Improve!
E. 17th, 200 ft. E. Join; owner uvea in uau
fomla. Address G 47, Oregonlan.
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS DO YOU WANT
to bev a modern home In tnts select nelga
bo r hood? I -can sell you one 25 per cent
below market price; lavoranie terms, w.
H. Grinds! a ff, 240 Stark,
corner lot. 50x100; hot water heating plant.
Apply on premises. 304 Ross sr., cor.
Broadway. 3 block from river. Phone
TV-it? rats 7-ROOM HOUSE. GROUNDS IM
proved. 100x200; owner going away: fine bar
gain; call early. New bouse and barn, cor
ner 100x100. U car. Zella J. Goasett, Ockley
E. KRONER. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER;
bouses to lnstaumenu m any part oz .Port
land; plans made to suit. Office 1G5& 3d t-.
TWENTY ACRES FOR SALE. READY FOR
platting, oeiweea ivoaaw saa vv ooasiocjc
Address H. O.. L O. O. F. Temple. 1st and
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on u. tv. jr. cjccixjc use u. ji.
Addlton, Lents, or. jui juu scou car, ac
FOR SALE 6-ROOM CORNER HOUSE AND
part of lot; one of the nicest corners in South
Portland, inquire nuo .
3S ACRES LAND FOR SALE. NEAR HILLS-
DOTO; m gooo gyiuiouuti, Aciiww. j. uiut-
LOT 50x150 AND 8-ROOM HOUSE. TXLLA
mook St., bet. Williams and Rodney ave.
Apply ax SsJo su niiiin ik.
FOR SALE COMMODIOUS MODERN HOUSE
of 10 rooms, wita two lots; pnea low. nn.
W. A. Daly. Z59 ism sr.
3 LOTS IN ALKTNA HOMESTEAD: NO
cash required. W. E. Thomas, 400 Chamber
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE. 6 MILES FROM
Morrison st. bridge. C K. Ballard, MU-
TWO-ACRE TRACT, CLOSE TO LENTS
4 -room, boose; ail cleared; price fizz.
H eectlon. 8 miles west Bcappoose; well tim
bered; reasonable. D. E. Budd, 110 1st st.
FOR SALS FARMS.
FARMS 1 FARMS! FARMS!
TAFT & CO.
122-3-5-6 Ablngton Block.
FEW EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS JUST IN
620 sxres. 250 acres under hhch state of cul
tlvat!on 10O acres more readv for Dlowat
norlncs and runnlnr water, well fenced, good
house. 3 good barns, plenty fruit. This Is an.
exceptional buy. Particulars at our oxnee.
2S0 acres, fair house. 3 barns, 90 acres In
cultivation, plenty of good fruit, nne ouiaioe
range, all well fenced, good springs, lots of
very beat pasture. This is an exceptional
nlck-um. Price only $3500: terms.
535 acres Fine buildings xf all kinds, 400
acres under cultivation, well fenced. 15 acres
prunes, good drier; 14 miles from good town
In Yamhill County. This la an up-to-date
place la" every respect; easy terms; SIT per
34S acres Blc barn. chcaD house: 75 acres
under cultivation, 100 ready for plow; lot
small fruit; all good level land: 1& miles
from good live town In Polk County; $18
per acre; terms easy.
50 acres All la cultivation, of which there
are 25 acres of hops In fine condition; all
cleared and plowed; yield last year, 37,000
pounds; latest improved hophouse; one of the
best yards and small farms In Polk Csuuty.
154 miles from town; rallroid runs past
place. Price only $6500; pirt cash.
200 acres Fair house and barn; 160 aes
in cultivation, of which 120 acres are in grain
now; lots small zruit; good spring; we.
fenced; beat of roads; telephone, free mall
60 acres 23 acres in how. choice yard
goad house and barn, also nopb?u; all good
land, weu xencea; xswo.
20 acres 6 acres- boos: no improvement?
sold crop last year for $1000; price of land
60 acres. t-mlle from good live town, all
In cultivation, 40 acres In grain, good new
house, good blr barn, tilentv of fruit, well
fenced. 3 horses, good buggy, harness, new,
mower, new raice, piows. narrows. cows,
lot of hay. Only S4500.
40 acres, 1 mile from town. SO acres In
cultivation, good house and bars, well
fenced, 2 horses, 2 cows. 1 buggy, 1 hack,
plows, harrows and lot small tools, lot
chtckens. This Is a model place. Only $3000.
TAFT Sc. CO.
122-3-G-6 Ablngton. Block IOCS Third St.
$3500-26 ACRES. rMPROVFD, 10 MTLES
out. nne lano. gooa nuusew Dora, cwm,
cows, chickens, complete farming imple-T-n
' hicF narr narment la house:
place cost . $5000. T. W. Plttcnger. 2i5
FOR SALE A- FINE FARM. 200 ACRES. 5
mues rroai jvoieoo. nata. .Appiy u juu sw
FOR KAT.T-. FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
itu acres ror S100 -with $1C0 down and a
chance to work out the $300. This land Is
rich, lays nicely and has had about SO acres
in cultivation; mile from school and 5H
miles from Kalaraa; no buildings, but lum
ber will be furnished for work to put up
159 acres with IS acres under plow and
about 40 acres that have been slashed and
seeded; all land Is very fertile, lays nicely;
some creek-bottom land: house and barn;
large family orchard; close to church.
U-mlle from Woodman Hall and H-mlle from
2-rooxn school. anJ on good road SVx miles
from Carrollton. a town on the Columbia
River and N. P. Ry. Price $1000, with
IMUS & WIIXOUGIIBT. Kalama, Wash.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
320 acres ot Lewis River bottom land with
ISO acres cleared, balance brush pasture
land; two good houses, two large dairy
barns SCzlOO and 30x70 with side-sheds; good
orchard; steamboat landing on place; dally
boat to Portland. This place Is an ideal
dairy farm and Is on a good county road 3
mile from the famous Woodland cheese fac
tory. Price only $35 per acre, with terms
IiTUS &. "WTLLOUGHBT. Kalama. Wash.
iO ACRES. 20 WELIi IMPROVED. 25 MILES
Portland: old house and barn: ail lenced
and cross-fenced; 2H miles rail and boat;
team, wagon, harness, disc plow, wood
rack, seed potatoes, chickens, hogs; hay
enough until April; all for $1S50. B. S.
Cook & Co.. 251 Alder. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE 74 ACRES OF TIMBER LAND
on tidewater of Shoal water Bay,.PacIflc
County. Washington: timber, spruce and
hemlock: will sell cheap If taken at once.
Address N 31. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A FURNISHED
house ot 32 rooms, weu patronizeo. wiin dining-room
and kitchen; centrally located; price
$1500. Apply to Pfluger & Tschudy, room 14,
Mulkey bldg.. 2d and Morrison.
SECOND-HAND TALKING MACHINES OF
all makes nougat, soia ana exchanged;
bargains In second-hand machines and reo
ofda 190 3d st.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, $2000
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting 4; Co.,
408 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED TO BUY OR HAVE BUILT. 6 OR
7-room modern nouse. moderate payment
coan. balance montniy. m -iti. oregoulan.
D? YOU WISH TO SELL, LIST YOUR PROP-
erty witn rainier v-o.. iu uregauian dick.
WE WANT RELINQUISHMENTS ON TIM-
ber claims. 515 aiarauara Dice.
SMALL. IMPROVED FARM NEAR PORT-
lana; come uiiwci. iwj j. utu.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for immediate
use. ijjwuu jrii.i3.
E. F. tc F. IS. Riley, tsws Chamber Commerce.
bered. farm or graxmg una; ail sizes. lowest
prices, tl. is. wompson, oia jiarquam blag.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FB AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip on band ready to
locate, aiaginms & son, zr calling blag.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
scrips: general las a practice, couim Land
Co., concord otcg.
We're again In the market with low-priced
senp. l. w. wnitmg & o.. -IU3 Ablngton.
FOR BENT FARMS.
street-car ust. j- s jhks(si c o..
FOR RENT BARNES HEIGHTS, 3 ACRES.
wltn 3-room notue ana ram, juv young mil
trees; cheap. M 40. Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE FINE. DARK BAY. CITf.
broke road corse; age it years, u. saislger.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
FOR SALE TWO BUGGIES AND ONE TRAP
buggy, cneap. 313 Water st.
Hones. Vehicles and Harness.
HAVE JUST ARRIVED WITH 20 HEAD
of general horses, consisting of pairs and
single horses, suitable for farm, express
or delivery work; also five head of high
class drivers that will suit anyone; for
Inspection apply Regal Stables, 14th and
Burnslde at. Phone Main 4330.
FOR SALE SEVERAL TEAMS OF WELL-
matched. well-broken horses, weighing
from 1300 to 1500 pounds. Address Sam
Strebln. Troutdale, Or.
WORK HORSES. $S3 TO $173. TOP BUGGY
$35. four-ton truck 9110, larm wagons $30
to $70. Kadderly Transfer & Commission
Co., 110 N. 3d st.
FOR BALE LARGE WORK HORSES AND
mulea for tale. Inquire of Jas. York. Sr..
Baker City. Or., P. O. Box 903, or telephone
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles bought, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall. 264 4th. Phone Main 2203.
TO BUY GENTLE HORSE. HARNESS AND
light wagon or buggy; must do cneap. - xkjx
33. juiiwauue. ur.
FINE BARGAIN TWO CARTS. ONE HORSE
and harness, at once, cheap. 271 Coucn. sr.
FOR SALE OR HIRE ALL KINDS OF
horses. 2d and Main.
15 FREE LESSONS WILL BE GIVEN TO
purchaser of new piano at cost price. J.
Adrian Epplng, Mulkey blk.. 2d and Morrison.
FOR SALE CHEAP GOOD UPRIGHT Pi
ano, nearly new; owner going East. Inquire
it xamniii st.
NEW PIANO. HIGH GRADE. TO TRADE
fcr board or board and room. J 5, Oregonlan.
$235 CASH BUYS $425 PIANO. USED FEW
weexs; neea money, a as. vrcsoai.wi.
DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elate rite; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or sningies; nest tor new roots.
.datento itoonng o., room xi&mmoa oiag.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL
ll&rd and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege -of buying: modern bar
fixtures, cneap prices. j3runswicK-naia6-3i-
lenaer, -tj 3d sr.
HLRGAINS SEVERAL SODA FOUNTAINS.
dICerent lengths. Ice cream freezers and ice
crushers. Address F. Hecker. 10U S. Olive
st., Los Angeles.
160 CORDS FINE FIR WOOD ON BANK
river at Holt) rook fcr sale or trade, sll
Morrison st. Ralston.
TTFTTP WANTED MALE.
win att. vtvtij vc xeoTitr RFm its f"J-
Tioiinn Employment Co.. 249 Burnslde and
Ziafi j&ornson. truoao main dun.
WANTED MAN TQ OPERATE ELECTRIC
traction motor underground: must have
experience. C 40. Oregonlan.
WANTED BOY WITH WHEEL; GOOD POSL
tlon for one who Is willing to work. Tne Sll-
verfleld Co., 4th and Morrison.
BOY TO CARRY PAPERS. 8 TO 10. EVEN-
lngs; saiiu, iv auuuua. yn-u u o.
WANTED STEADY, RELIABLE WHITE
WANTED OPERATOR FOR CAMPBELL
harness machine. Address A. A. Kraft Co.
crence, or will sell bakery. P. A. Cochran,
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College; 741 li aware sr., san jrancisco.
TRACK FOREMAN FOR LOGGING ROAD,
Call early Hansen's ofilce, 26 N. 2d st.
WANTED FLOOR-LAYERS AND HELPERS,
Call at 2S6 xambill at., at oao P. M.
GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGH-CLASS
salesman. Z15 commercial ciocx.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST, CURES ALL PRI-
rate diseases ot men.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS HORSESHOER.
2S Front st.
WANTED A SAFE SALESMAN. 63 3D ST.
BOY "WANTED AT NATJ'S DRUGSTORE.
THREE SALESMEN WANTED TO
handle Rand. McNallv & Co.'s new Unri
valed Atlas of the World; 320 pages of
new, large scale maps; Illustrations and in
dex to towns: handsomely bound; low
price and big profits for the salesmen;
men already in the field getting irom w
write at once for full particulars. Rand.
McNally & Co., Chicago. 111.
WANTED SALESMAN CALLING ON THE
reran Harness uase m. uregga auu n oou-
zngton, to sen a une ox una wii-iaiui
California harness leather: direct from the
.x .kn vi1l tn tVhon wrltinir
send references and territory covered. Mc-
uaoe-jjuprey lanning ,o.. r.ureKu. uui.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMT- ABLE-BODIED.
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For information apply to
Recruiting O racer. 3d and Oak sts.. Port-
WANTED A GARDENER. ONE WHO UN-
derstands truck gardening, pruning ot trees
and knows how to lay out lawn; whole Sum
mer's work ror right party, is. fa. & u. co..
Hay Creek, Or., giving references and wages
WE HAVE CONTINUALLY OPEN DESIR-
able positions for bookkeepers, stenqgrapn
ers and salesmen; we can help you wheth
er employed or unemployed. Portland Com
mercial Bureau, 722 Chamber Commerce.
THERE IS MORE DEMAND THAN EVER
lor competent salesmen. DooKKeepers. sten
ographers and technical men, and we need
men for many such ponltlons now open. Pa
cific Commercial Bureau. Seattle. Wash.
WANTED MAN BETWEEN 25 AND 35
years ot age; must bo energetic, intelligent
and have some business experience. Ad
dress, stating age; also names' and addresses
of references, Addrtsas E 48. oregonlan.
WE HAVE CONTINUALLY OPEN DESIR-
able positions for bookkeepers, stenograpnera
and salesmen; we can help you whether em
ployed or unemployed. Portland Commercial
Bureau, 722 Chamber of Commerce
THOSE DESIRING TO BE ACTORS SEE US
and save money: stage dancing, vaudeville
acting, dinging taught; terms reasonable; en
gagements guaranteed. Newman's School of
Acting. 326 Washington st.
MANAGER WANTED TO TAKE CHARGE
Portland branch office; good references and
small Investment required: $125 per moth
and commission. P. O. Box 2125. San Fran
MEN We teach the barber trade in the short.
est nosslble time at email expense and guar
antee positions. Write" for catalogue.
MOLER SYSTEM COLLEGE. San Francisco.
5 TEAMS. SCRAPER WORK. CITY. $4.50; B
teams tor 4 months, eartn. work, near itose
HANSEN'S OFFICE 26 N. 2D ST.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., School ot
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad.
Cresi 4UT3-75 Easton ave., st, Louis, iio.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAx EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send ror particulars.
Press Syndicate. Lockport. jn. 1.
STENOGRAPHERS ARE YOU SATIS
FIED 7 Uncle Sam needs you and Is will
lng to pay you a good salary. This Is
your cnance. J 40, uregoman.
EXPERIENCED CARPET AND FURNITURE
salesman; local man preferred. Apply be
tween 8 and 10 this morning, Wm. Gadsby
& Sons, 1st and w asnington.
YOUNG MAN WANTED. GOOD APPEAR-
ance, willing to rustle and learn trade; one
wno can stay at acme wnen m tne city.
Call 408 Irving st.
WANTED TWO YOUNG MEN, SINGLE, AS
traveling salesmen; reierences required, can
10 A M. to 2 P. M.. room 3. The Lincoln.
409 ilorrtson at.
WANTED BOX FACTORY FOREMAN. $75
o yardmen, $1.75; buckets; 5U3. Lumber
men's Labor Bureau, 205ft ilornson.
YOUNG MAN AT ONCE FOR GOOD-PAYING
business; small amount cash required. N 4b',
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 Vlavl Company already employs over
The work covers twenty-three countries of
We will entertain applications from capable
Not canvassing, but a helpful, dignified
Apply by mall only.
Address THE VIAVI COMPANY,
Lewis Building, Portland. Or.
WANTED 20 GOOD AMATEUR ACTORS,
male and female, to Join two fine road shows
leaving next weeic; nrst-ciasa engagement
big salary; cal 'Immediately. Newman's Tba.
atrlcai circuit. sia2 wasnington sr.
WANTED YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
(with macnlne preferred), familiar with xen
eral office work, to make herself useful in
office of prominent organization; salary, $30
montniy. -Appiy u ia, iregowan.
THOSE DESIRING TO BE ACTORS SEE TIS
and save money; stage dancing, vaudeville
actlns-. singing taught: terms reasonable: en
gagements guaranteed. Newman's School of
Acting, 32ti wasnington st.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to ate us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors. 226
ilorri&on. aiam xss.
LIBERAL CASH COMMISSION, EXPERI
enced advertising solicitors; newspapers, pub
lications. Clyde's Advertising Bureau, 638
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230 & Yamhill. Phone
LADIES EARN $20 PER 100 WRITING
short letters. Send stamped envelope for
particulars. Ideal Mfg. Co.. Cassopolls.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; family of three adults. Ap
ply 759 Lovejoy. or telepbons Main 2115.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework; must be good cook; for small
family: good wages. Apply 163 ota st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE
dippers and packers. The Modern Confec
tionery CO.. lain ana iioyt st.
A WILLING GIRL THAT WANTS A GOOD
home and to help wTtli light housework ana.
small child. Call at 450 5th St.
EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTED TO WORK
In a tailor shop. 142 19th st., sear Wash
lngton, Er. winkeiman.
WANTED A NEAT YOUNG GIRL TO As
sist dressmaker: must b able to sew. Ad'
dress H 4S, Oregonlan.
GIRL FOR STEADY INDOOR FACTORY
employment. 18 to 20 years old. 65 North
Front St., cor. JJans.
GOOD COOK WANTED. SMALL FAMILY.
good wages and references. 295 West Park.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooking; good wages. Call In morning, 63
jn. itn et.
WANTED GIRL. FOR OFFICE WORK. AP-
ply room 14, Lambert aad Sargent bldg.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
to help with baby; references required. 723
WANTED YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER.
new beginner, small salary. 222 Ablngton
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER. GOOD HOME
small family, country. H. Caples, Caples,
WANTED TWO CHAMBERMAIDS: NONE
out competent neeG apply. 03 N. lath, cor.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
nouseworK. ii overton. Fnone Main 4489.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worx ana cooung. inquire 235 North 21st.
WANTED MAKERS AND APPRENTICES
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO
neip ana wasn aur.es. 100 rtn st.
WANTED WAITRESS. ST. HELEN'S
HalL St. Clair St., March I. 1905.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply ota jonnson. st.
WANTED A GOOD DRESSMAKER AND
apprentices at 145H llth st.
WANTED LUNCH WAITRESS AT MOR
ris . 327 Washington st.
RELIABLE GIRL WANTED TO ASSIST IN
housework. 393 lltb st-
STENOGRAPHER. 307 ABINGTON BLDG.
HELP WANTED FZ.HALH.
WANTED 20 CHORUS GIRLS. ACTORS.
singers and pianists, to join two nne roaa
shows, leaving next week; first-crass engage
ment; Dig salary; can ibuucummsij. .
man's Theatrical Circuit. 326jj Washington.
FARMHAND AND WIFE, $33; COUNTRY
cook. cnamoermaia: noasowms. ucii.
waitress. $20. Drake's. 205 Washington.
HELP WANTED MALE OK FEMALE,
UPPER FITTER. REID & HERT5CHE CO.,
shoe manufacturers, 9 and 11 jn. ist at.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN FROM EAST WANTS POSI-
tlon as bookkeeper or clerk in any depart
ment of mercantile business; five years ex-
perience: best references; city or country.
K 47, Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS SALESMAN. CITY
or outside, or collector, by intelligent man;
have had experience; know city thoroughly.
K 48, Oregonlan.
AS BOOKKEEPER, ASSISTANT OR ANY
olfice position; nave naa 15 years experience
on books. J. H. Wheeler, Grand Central Ho
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHARACTER
desires position as a clerk; references. C 4,
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION IN OF-
flce or wholesale house; references. Q 40.
YOUNG MAN. SOBER .AND INDUSTRIOUS.
Z5 years old, desires position in some nos
pltal or sanitarium; Just fulfilled an enlist
ment In medical corps of U. S. Navy; can
sbow honorable discharge, also city refer
ences. Address F 48. Oregonlan.
POSITION AS ELEVATOR RUNNER DEu
sired; freignt and pasenger tramo experience
V 47, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION AS
cook; or any other kind of work. P. O. box
JAPANESE COOK WANTS SITUATION TO
do housework. Phone Black 156.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
In respectable house, or as nurse; experi
enced, fully competent. O 46. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPER,
with girl 6. colored girl, family cook. 230 Vi
YamhllL Phone Black 2SS1.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
by competent lady, or position 01 trust, a 46.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER IN-FIRST-
class rooming-nouse; expenencea. ju -its,
YOUNG. RELIABLE GIRL DESIRES TO DO
llgnt nouseworK or to lane care 01 cuuurea
during late afternoon and at night In return
for room and board; references. Phone Main
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY, LIGHT
house work in small ramny; gooa nome pre
f erred; give best of references. X 47, Ore
gonlan. WANTED SECOND WORK OR GENERAL
housework. Call at 295 lTtn. cor. coiumDia.
Phone Mala 4064.
WOMAN WANTS STEADY DAY WORK FOR
Thursdays and Fridays. Phone Main 3627.
WANTED BY A BRIGHT. REFINED
young woman, lull cnarge 01 a nrst-ciass
rooming-bouse; good references. S 48, Orego
nlan. SCANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
270 Burnslde. furnisnes male and female
help, all kinds, free of charge. Mala 3083.
WOMAN TO CARE FOR CHILDREN BY
the hour, either day or nlgnt; reasonable
charges. Phone Main 4469.
YOUNG LADY WITH SOME EXPERIENCE
wants position in office. Address J 46, ore
gonlan. A WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY OR
week. Call 223 Market sc. room a.
j WANTED AGENTS.
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED EVERY-
where to start buslnes of tnelr own; can
clear $100 to $200 monthly; unlimited
field; new Idea; large- profits; 12 samples
and full working plan, by mall. 50 cents.
Address "P. O. Box 639. Seattle.
WANTEDPHOTO COUPON AND PORTRAIT
agents, big money. KemDranat situaio,
WANTED FURNISHED HOUSE BY A
young married couple; state price, xs 48,
WANTED UP-TO-DATE PHOTO AGENTS,
ladles or gents. SOI ueKum oiag.
WANTED TO BENT,
In all parts of the city.
Apply 202 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6263.
WANTED IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. PARTY
to take care Ot lime gin t jcaia aoiu. oua
mother; East Side not considered. Phono Rod
3303. Call 801 Dekum.
WANTED 2 WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; must nave iignt, ne&i
and bath; West Side. P 48, Oregonlan.
THREE ROOMS. PLAINLY FURNISHED
for Housekeeping, or o-raom coiumc
dress Chas. L. Pease. Barr HoteL
WANTED ONE LARGE, WELL-FUR-
nlshed room on wesi oiuc, umiauio iot
man and wife. O 48, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT A 5 OR 6-ROOM COT
tage or flat: must be centrally located. R
WANTED AN UNFURNISHED. MODERN
flat, at once. J 43, Oregonlan.
SECOND AND FLANDERS BUILDING, 30x20
feet, strongly built, suitable for Jobbing shop,
storeroom or barn: cheap: must be moved
now. A. H. Blrrell, 202 McKay bldg.
WE PAY YOU HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR
your eecona-nana lurmimu ut j
cannot use. Phone 5695. Portland Auction
Rooms, 211 1st ot-
WANTHD MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes: highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone. Hood 517.
WANTED AT ONCE. SECOND-HAND
showcases. Apply D 40, Oregonlan.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle ot all kinds. Phone East 2233.
WANTED SECOND-HAND BUGGY,
dress R 47, care Oregonlan.
NICE ROOM. WITH GRATE OR FURNACE.'
heat: everything desirable. Phono Main 5929s
384 Park ot.
"05U WASHINGTON ST. FURNISHED
rooms, with stove; $1.50 a week up. Phone
TWO ELEGANT UNFURNISHED FRONT
rooms, with use of bath and gas, $12. 306
7S5 HOYT FURNISHED BOOMS, WITH
or without board, with all modern con
veniences. CHEAPEST FURNISHED ROOMS. BOARD,
housekeeping elites; close In. SS Tenth st.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. HOME PRTV
lleges; permanent throughout Fair. 407 '10th.
NEWLY FURNISHED BOOMS FOR RENT;
baJin, pnone; reajiiiuio, cum tu. ...i-ds nu.
FOR RENT 3 FURNISHED ROOMS -COM-i.o.-
mi stnve. sink and nhone. 309 7th st.
Cheapest and best-located rooms in Portland.
$1 week up. Gllman. 1st and Alder ats.
LARGE UGHT ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SEf-
gie; IQWcni WUICiUCiiU9. TdY a..-, lUju.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL
modern conveniences. 343 ICth street,
255 I1TH WELL-FURNISHED. ; "SUNNY
rooms, clean, comfortable, Wet,7U,
THE T.Tt a JL HAS A FR1M -"LIST' OJ
turnlshed rooms in, all parts oC aitjv -'
181 13TH ST. NEWLY FURNISHJEO-: FRONT
rooms, with modern oonvenleaee:,-; :