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tHE MOBMDiG OBEGOHIAK, BATUBPAY, 1TAH0H IS, 1905.
TO PASS IN REVIEW
General Williams to Scarf
PREPARATIONS FOR EVENT
.Farewell Reception to Colonel Huston
and Officers of Nineteenth -In-vn
fantry Is Also to Be Given
The quarterly inspection of the Portland
"contingent of the Thlrd Infantry, O. N.
G., to be held on next Friday night, -will
he marked by two conspicuous features,
the review of the troops by General Con
stant Williams and the farewell reception
to be tendered Colonel Joseph F. Huston
and his officers of the Nineteenth Infan
try, U. S. A.
During the inspection the full ceremony
of review will be gone through, with
General 'Williams and his staff occupying
the reviewing stand. This will be an
event of more than unusual Interest,
since the chanoe is but rarely given the
Oregon National Guard to be reviewed by
an army officer of high rank. Blouses
-will be cleaned and brushed, buttons
polished, stripes piped and the equipment
given an extra amount of scouring in
preparation for the event, and that the
Portland boys will more than do them
selves proud on that occasion goes with
out saying. An effort will be made to
merit If possible a greater commendation
than that given them by General Mac
Arthur at the encampment at American
Xake last year.
Immediately following the Inspection
Colonel Huston, together with his staff
and line officers, will be entertained by
the officers of the Third Infantry. Since
the Nineteenth will leave for the Phil
ippines on April 1 this will be the last
opportunity for meeting its officers and
the occasion will be made one of fare
well. Since being Quartered In Vancou
ver Barracks a close bond of military
kinship has existed between the officers
of the Nineteenth and their little brothers
of Portland and many expressions of
good wishes and good fortune are sure
to be given them on the night of the 24th.
"While the officers' reception is In prog
ress a dance will be tendered by the dif
ferent companies to their guests and
friends, with Company B in charge of the
The orders issued for the inspection
General orders No. 2 Headquarters
Third Infantry, Oregon National Guard.
Portland, Or.. March 17, 1905:
1. Headquarters, band, hospital detach
ment and Companies B. C, E, F, H, and K
of this regiment will report at the Armory
In dress uniform for parade, review, in
spection and muster, Friday, March 24,
1905. Assembly will be at 8:15 o'clock P. M.
All field and staff officers, whether stationed
In Portland or at other points, will report
dismounted to the Colonel and noncommis
sioned staff, band and field music to the
Adjutant at the same hour and place.
2. Brigadier-General Constant Williams,
United States Army, commanding the De
partment of the Columbia, has accepted an
Invitation to review the troops In Portland
on the above occasion.
S. Companies A, D. d, X. L and M will
assemble in their respective armories In
dress uniform for inspection and muster by
tthelr respective commanding officers at such
times during the last week of the current
month as the latter may designate.
4. The attention of mustering officers Is
called to section 116 of the regulations.
5. Muster rolls showing all changes since
last Quarterly returns will be made up to
and Including date of muster, two copies of
which will be handed to the mustering offi
cer at the time of muster, the third copy
will be retained by the oompany com
mander. The mustering officer will prompt
ly forward one copy direct to the Adjutant
General and one copy to regimental head
quarters. . Property and financial returns will be for
warded" direct to the proper chief of de
partment, so as to reach his office not later
than April 5. 1905.
6. The large drill room on the second floor
will be open to members of the regiment
and their friends for dancing after the con
clusion of the inspection. Company B will
take charge of the floor and will so arrange
the programme as will best promote the en
tertainment of the regiment's guests.
7. Major F. S. Baker is hereby detailed
delinquency court officer for the trial of
enlisted men of the organizations of the
regiment stationed at other points than
S. Sergeant J. A. Boyle, Company K, Is
promoted and transferred to the noncom
missioned staff as Sergeant Major, First
Battalion, to rank as such from March 14,
1906. Upon receipt of this order be will re
port in person to the Adjutant for as
signment to duty.
8. Private George E. Hargis, Company E,
Is promoted and transferred to the non
commissioned stall as Color Sergeant, to
rank as such from March 14, 1905. Upon
receipt of this order he will report in per
son to the Adjutant for assignment to duty.
By order of
, E. C Mears. Adjutant.
J. J. Merrill, a mining engineer of Lcw
Iston, Idaho, Is In the city on business.
X. A. Robert 8, ticket exchanger of the
O. R. & N. at Spokane, was in Portland
yesterday on business with the office of
the general passenger agent.
NEW YORK, March 17. (Special.)
Northwestern people registered at New
York hotels today as follows:
From Portland L. J. Goldsmith and
wife, at the Eariington.
From Spokane T. W. Wolters, at the
From Astoria B. Undenberger and
wife, at the Victoria.
From Seattle R. S. Ryan, at the Hoff
man. From Baker City, Or. F. Xellv, at the
Vagrant Escapes Under Fire.
Risking his life for the sake of liberty,
,Henry HcGloln yesterday made a break
from the city rockplle pen and made good
his escape. Guards Maloney and Smart
were unable to pursue him, but fired sev
eral shots at him as he fled. Ho was
serving a term of 60 days for vacancy.
This is his second escape from the offi
cials. Henry McGloin was sentenced by Muni
cipal Judge Hogue. The charge was
vagrancy. He Is a notorious character,
having been Implicated in the robbery of
the Alblna Ferry Exchange saloon. He
turned state's evident and was, released.
,He was among the four who recently es
caped from the City Jail by way of the
bathroom. He was recaptured as he was
waiting for the Vancouver ferry.
Finds Wallet With Cash.
H. Howes, a young man who lives at
University Park, and who is employed
by the Peninsula Lumber Company, last
night, while walking about the boxes of
the Orpheum Theater, Fourth and Stark
streets, saw a wallet lying on the floor.
He picked It up. He hardly knew what
to do with It at first, but finally decided
to take it to police headquarters. Cap
tain Moore opened it and found a $10
bill, a certificate ot deposit on a St. Jo
seph, Mo., bank for $100 and other papers.
A card bore the name of Rudolph Michel.
TO CURE COLD XX ONE BAY.
Tate Laxative Srorao Quinine Tablets. AH
ru1ts refund the mosey 1 it falls ta carer
. JT Omrrfm 4mtar J so. tec, -Sts.
Fifth ind Washington Streets
Koesi. $1.90 to $3.00 Per Day.
Aecordl&g to LocaSoa.
J. r. BAVIX, ITcs.
St. Charles -Hotel
v CO. tlNCORPOKATErxy
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Pisa Rooms 50c to $1.50
First-Class RestaHraat la Connection
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 the Pacific Coast
342J4' Washington Street, Corner Seventh
Phone Jfcdn 2119.
DALLY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. March 17. Maximum tempera
ture. 65 deg.; 7"'"'", 46. Rive"? reading at
11 A. M.. 2.4 feet; dun re in past 24 hours,
rise 0.8 foot. Total precipitation. 5 P. M. to
6 P. 1L. 0.05 Inch; total since September 1,
1804, 22.97 Inches; normal. 35.92; deficiency,
12.95. Total sunshine March 10, 1905, 8 hours
and 15 minutes; possible, 11 houra and 59 min
utes. Barometer (reduced to sea level), at 5
P. M.. 29.85.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
M Jo 7
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STATIONS. S 2.
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Kami oop a, B. C.
North Head ,
Salt Lake City...
San Francisco. . .
Tatoosh Inland. . .
52 T (10IS
Showers have prevailed today in Northern
California, and over the -greater portion of the
It Is cooler this evening at all stations east
of the Cascades.
The indications are for partly cloudy weather,
with probably showers in this district Saturday.
Forecasts made at Portland at S P. M. for
23 -hours ending at midnight, March 18:
Portland and vicinity Cloudy to partly
cloudy, with probably showers ; winds mostly
"Western Oregon and "Western Washington
Cloudy to partly cloudy, -with probably showers;
south to west winds.
Eastern Oregon, East "Washington and Idaho
Clearing. A. B. WOLLABER.
Acting District Forecaster.
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Use of each additional Insertion.
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dressed care The Orejronlan. and left at this
office, should always he Inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
l T.TlTVri T.fVnTR NO. 101. A. F
- & A. M. Stated communication this
(Saturday evening at o-ciock. ah
M. M. cordially Invited. By order
W M. A. J. HANDLAN, Sec
FARMER At Stafford, Or., March 17. 1903,
Alice Adella. wife of. Theodore S. Fanner,
and eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Saldern, of this city, aged 33 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
OLENN At Astoria, Or., March 17, 1905,
Alice Glenn, aged 52 years. Funeral no
APPERSON In this city, March 17. 1905. at
204 Park street, Albert Jefferson Ap per
son. zsA 66 years. The funeral will take
place in McMlnnvllle Or., at 10:30 o'clock
Sunday morning. March 19. Friends and
relatives are respectfully Invited to attend.
The Interment will be at the Masonic Ceme
STARVWICK In this city. March 17. 1905,
Antone .Starvwich. aged 28 years. Funeral
will take place today at 10:45 A. it-, Irom
Dunning, McEntee A Gllbaugh's chapel. 7th
and Pine sts.: thence to St. Joseph's Church.
15th and "Couch sts., 11 A. M. Interment
ML Calvary Cemetery.
WESTERLUND In this city, on March 16,
1905 Rita Soaa Westerlund. aged 32 years. 5
months, 10 days. Funeral today (Saturday),
March IS, 1905, at 2 P. M.. from Holman's
chapel, cor. Third and Salmon stc Friends
respectfully Invited to attend. Interment
Lone Fir Cemotery.
GORDON In this city, on March 16. 1905. at
the family residence. 1107 E. Morrison st..
Mrs. Jane Gordon, aged 71 years. 5 months,
16 daya. Funeral today (Saturday), March
18. 1905. at 2:30 P. M-. from the above res
idence. Friends respectfully invited to attend.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
FRIED Moses Fried died March 17, aged 53
years. Funeral Sunday. 10 A. M.. from Hol
man's undertaking establishment. Please
DUNNING. M CENTER GILBACGH.
SBCceasors t Panning X Campion, under
takers aad emfealmers, Modern la evory.de
tail. "th and riM. rfcoae Main 639. Lady
EDWARD UOLMAN CO.. Undertakers sea
embmlssers. have moved, to their new toullA
tag. Third and Salmon.. Lady assistant.
Tclephcas No. 592.
JT. P. XXKLZY SOX. Fsneral Directors,
ear. 54 and. Mails. Office of County Coc
er. Lady assistant. Telethon No. &.
r. B. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414. Eat
Aider. Lady assistant. Xeleaheao Xaat S2
ZELLEK-BYKNEB CO, UNDEKTAKEHS,
JtebftbMCt, 278 Swli Xttt IBM lad art.
Ftrst-Claaa Cheek KeetaBflWf.
Connected With Hotat
C O. DAVIS. Sec ana Treaa.
CSCAB AXDE8SII. Uuiw
Front and Merrlsoa Streets
PORTLAND - OREGON
ctucb kds to Aim most all trains.
Kates European plan, 60c. 75 c. J LOO. 5L5.
20 per ear. Sample rooms ta connection
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFICE
FOR THE FO LOWING ANSWER
CHECKS, AND MAT BE HAD BT PRE
SENTING TOUR CHECKS AT THE ORE
A 23, 63, 73.
B 18, 54, 62, 71, 72. 88.
C 60, 65, 60, 69, 71, 72.
D 60, 61, 68, 72.
E 03, 67, 70, 71.
T 64, 02.
G 03, 64, 72. '
J 65, 70.
K 62, 65, 69.
L 68, 81, 69, 72.- ,
M 25, 63. 74.
N 53, 63, C6, 68, 74.
O 26, 63. 69, 70, 72.
P 65, 68.
Q 00, 61, 63. '
B 10, 64, 68, 7L
657, 69, 7L
V 23. 58, 62. 68, 71.
W 55, 67, 72.
X 66. '
T 67, 72.
50x1 00 FEET
$200 EACH AND UPWARDS
City Water to Every Lot
Streets Graded Lots Cleared
Easy Terms Title Perfect
Don't miss this great opportunity
of owning a home of your own. West
Piedmont is growing faster than any
other point on the Peninsula. Go
and see for yourself. If you do, you
won't rest satisfied till you own a
home at "West Piedmontsomething
which any industrious man may . do
with little effort. Scores of new
houses and several stores will he huilt
at "West Piedmont this Spring. Take
the Upper Albina car to our "West
Piedmont office and ask for B, B.
Oarey. He will show you the prop
erty, quote prices and cheerfully
give you full information.
The Title Guarantee
& Trust Co.
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce,
GET THIS YEAR'S CROP
Farm 70 acres, 30 cultivated, orchard and
all buildings complete, 34400. John Jade, Jr.,
Farm, vrlth 4 acres hops, orchard, black
smith shop, bouse, alt buildings. 42 acres In
all; J3000. Seelye. Scholls.
20acre farm. 12 under plow, house and
buildings, fruit, J 1000, Wilson. Scholia,
G. W. Hageman has for sale a complete
small farm near Reedrllle. 9 acres plowed,
with all Improvement, $1150.
Terms on all of above.
Two acreage homes In Beaverton.
PARKER V IRWIN.
128H Front St.
40 or 80 acres Valentine scrip.
Price must be right.
COLLINS LAND CO.
FREE LAND IN OREGON
Under the "Carey Irrigation Act." Deed
direct from state. WRITE OR CALL
TO DAT. Booklets and map free. B. H. Cook
& Co.. 251 Alder street. Portland. Or.
Greatest Bargain on Wash
ington st. Quarter block,
right In business center.
J .uare cnanee. Easy terms.
C H. KORELL, 251 Washington sc. sole agent.
JOR SALE VERT DESIRABLE LOT ON
Hoyt street, bet. 20th. and 21st. Price
15200, W. 72. Orra-oBlafl,
Fourteenth and Washington SU.
A. H. Ballard. Lessee and Manager.
TONIGHT AND ALL' WEEK.
One of the greatest religious
dramas of the age,
"JOAN OF ARC"
Splendidly presented by the superb Columbia
Scenery and accessories complete.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
Evenlng.50c. 35c. 25c, 15c Matinee. 25c 15c 10o
Erenlng at 8. Matinee at
Downtown box cfilee. DoUy Varden candy
shop, 327 Morrison: open all day; Phone Main
110. Evening at theater; Phone Mala 81L
Marquam 6raitf Theater U'ES
Phone Main S6S.
LAST TLMB THIS AFTERNOON,
Kirk La Shelle Presents
. Original New York cast.
Prices Paaouet, J 1.00: parquet circles, 5L
Balcony. 51. 5c. 50c Entire gallery, 60c "
NO PERFORMANCE TONIGHT.
CEO. L. BAKER. Resident Manager.
Order seats by Phone Main 117.
Matinee today; last performance tonight.
The favorite Swedish dialect comedian,
Prioes Matinee. 10c. 15c. 25c Night.
15c, 25c. S5c 60c
All next week starting Sunday matinee,
the ?ew Tork succesr,
"THE MOONSHTNER'8 DAUGHTER,"
(First time In Portland.)
The original cast. Same production used in
New Tork City.
WEEK BEGINNING TODAY.
TWO BROTHERS BUNTS.
MR. AND MRS. HUGH EMMETT.
MUSTARD AND COOK.
LLOYD SPENCER. INEZ SCOTT.
Prices on and after today, March 13 Even,
lngs, 10c, 20c and 25c Matinees, except Sun.
days and holidays. 10c Week-day shows, 2:20
P. M., 7:30 P. M. and 8 P. St.
Telephone Main 982.
THE SLIDE FOR LIFE I
, TETSUWARI TROUPER
Royal Japanese Acrobats.
FRANCESCA REDDING CO.. Sketch.
THE GREAT CAR LESS, Impersonator.
THE ANORKS. Society Entertainers.
DB COE. Balancer.
ANDREWS AND FELD, Swedish Due
MR. ALF BONNER. New Song.
Prices Evenings, 10c 20c, 25c Matinees; ex
cept Sundays and holidays. 10c
The Title Guarantee
and Trust Company
7'Chamber of Commerce
W. M. Ladd, T. T. Burkhart,
J. Thorburn Ross, Frank II. "Warren,
George H. H11L
Set aside for special protection of de
positors. Receives Deposits Sabject to Check
Pays Interest on Deposits.
10 JL M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays 10 A. M. to
12 iL Saturdays evenings 5 to 8.
Are thorough believers in the principle that
the customer should first seek the bank;
and. acting upon this, they have adopted the
rule not to make personal solicitation for
business. It Is simply one way of conduct
ing a bank, and we admit It Is & nice, easy,
dlgifled way. But it has not been this method
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Has added so heavily to its deposits during
the past year. Ask any one of our depositors
MBTLiMD TRUST COMPANY OF'IREGOH
100 Third Street.
BEN J. L COHEN iPreaident
H. L. PITTOCK ,. Vice-President
B. LEE- PAGET Secretary
J. O, GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
SEVERAL NEW HOUSES
Bet. E. 29th aad E. 3 3rd
and Breadway aad Schuyler Sts.
ON VERY EASY TERMS "
Title Guarantee STrust Co.
6 and 7 Chas&er of Cesuraeree.
PHONE CLAY 343. AND WB
will call and ahow yoa one of
the feest lists of rooming houses
or real estate la the city:
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
5-ROOM COTTAGE. -SlfiM- 6-ROOM HOUSE.
Si SO0: tersa. to salt purchaser Phase East
FOB SALE REAL TyrAH
0 -FULL LOT 50x100 FEET ON EAST
37th. bet. East Pine and East Ash. one
m Ea3t" Ankcny car line (E. P.
J 600 50x100 feet, N. E. cor. E. 27th
JS: 'Vaaalnston. (E. 219.)
31000 A Una Quarter block. N. E. cor.
and E. 30th st, (E. P. 242.)
512005 lot. 100x125 feet and house of
s rooms with basement, bath and good
barn, few minutes' walk from Peninsula
Station. (A. 309.)
5146050x100 feet and cottage 5 rooms,
oath, full basement, wired for electricity.
?.V7 ave nesw Falllns st. (A. 31L)
51450 Lot 30x100 feet and house six
rooms, bath, pantry, full basement, cement
foundation. G00 cash, balance on time.
15W Sightly and convenient vacant lot,
50x100 feet, on Laxra.be e st overlooking
the river and harbor, only few minutes
from Steel bridge (H. 131.)
51600 Lot 50x100 feet and house six
rooms, ju. Union avc bet. Beech and
Falling. (A. 31S.)
51700 Lot and new cottage 5 rooms.
Hawthorne avc. bet. E. 36th and E.
.ielT:l fllf casn. balance on time
51S00 Lot. new cottage 0 rooms. East
Aier near E, 37th st, (3. 20L)
1800 50x100 feet and cottage 5 rooms,
path, pantry, gas aad sewer, corner Wlll
IaS avc and Alberta st, (A. 310.)
5210050x100 feet and house 7 rooms,
UnI3a ave., near Falling st. (A. 317.)
53000 Lot SSxlOO feet and new house 9
rooms, bath, full basement, streets lm
" P": two blocks from car line (S. 218.)
53300 Cor. Taggart and E. 6th st,. 50x100
feet and modern bouse 7 rooms, bath, base
ment, brick foundation, electric light,
speaking tubes, good barn. )
,250 Schuyler st,. bet. lDth and 21st.
o 0x100 feet and house of 8 rooms, grate
furnace, rents 530 a month. (II. 184.)
55000 Choice quarter. 100x100 feet, 25th
and Overton, sewer and concrete side
walks. (C )
, 825 N. W. cor. 2d and Whlttaker,
100x100 feet with 4 cottages, renting for
560 a month; 52000 cash, balance at S per
cent- (S. P. 115.)
Titles Insured, abstracts furnished.
THE TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CX.
6 and T Chamber of Commerce
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage; choice acre tracts for
homes, within the city limits or .outside;
terms to suit. A. C Churchill & Co., llo
$450 A 4-ROOMED HARD FINISHED
house on an Improved graded street, with
sidewalks; city water, porcelain sink; all tor
5450. Only a short distance from the St.
Johns car Una; the greatest snap ever of
fered In Portland. If you haven't the cash,
don t bother me Sherman D. Brown, 251
FOR SALEi-2 BEAUTIFUL 6 AND S-ROOU
houses; new. strictly modem, electric light
and gas; op Union ave car line: 6-minute
car service; houses now open for inspection;
owner one block south, at 852 Union ave
N., near Morris. See these If you want
iomethlng nice Cash or installments.
FREE LAND! FREE LAND!
A chance to secure a home and make money;
only cost is for water right, which averages
(10 per acre; under state control. For par
ticulars writ or call at office of Columbia
Southern Irrigation Co., 530 Worcester block.
Btewart Park. 20 minutes by ML Scot! car,
lots 50x100, 53.50 a month; lots 5100 to
5200; no more at 5100 after Monday? best
value la suburban property. Oface on
HOOD RIVER 10 ACRES. 5 MILES FROM
town on East Side; fine fruit land, partly
improved, level and all cultivable; near school
and church; rural mall delivery and phone;
healthful climate; S125 per acre. W 69, Ore
gonlan. A NICE HOME. EAST ANKENT Dis
trict, 5-room house, large and small fruit,
garden, fine lawn, etc.; 51400 If sold at
once 5400 down, balance 520 month. In
quire of owner, 145 8d St.. room 1.
I HAVEV7 MODERN HOMES ALL COM
plete; come make me an offer. Joe Nash,
telephone Union 1561, or taka Mt, Scott
car, get off at Nashville station, office in
FINE 10-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN. ON
corner lot. 50x100; hot water heating plant.
Apply on premises. 364 Ross st,, cor.
Broadway. 3 blocks from river. Phone
A SNAP. 5185010 BLOCKS NORTHEAST OF
Steel bridge, a nice 15-room double house and
full lot, 50x100; good location; easy walking
distance to center of city. Inquire B 73, Ore
gonlan. ALL ON TIME.
Three large lots on west slope of ilt. Ta
bor, 40 bearing fruit trees, good surround
ings; no cash If Improved. B 72, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE BT OWNER GOOD 6-ROOM MUD
era house, 8-foot basement, cement floor, cor
ner lot, COxlOOj price 5210O; easy terms. See
name at 134 E. 21st ot. North.
NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE, NOT QUITE Fin
ished, corner lot, fir grove 5400 as it
stands, or 5475 complete. City Business
Chance Agency, 228 1st st.
2S ACRES IN MILWAUKEE. NEAR MAIN
street, one block from car, 51250; terms;
will divide Acreage near Mllwaukle. 5150
Ben Irwin, 128Vi Front st.
FOR SALE 52400 TWO GOOD HOUSES
'on lot 53x100, East 9th and Caruthers,
paying over 12 per cent on investment.
Inquire 252 Alder.
742 MULTNOMAH ST., HOLLADAY PARK
New. strictly modern 6-room cottage;
must be sold; make offer; terms to suit.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line O. R.
Add 1 ton. Lents. Or. Take ML Scott car. Sc.
FOR SALE NICE 8-ROOM CORNER HOUSE
and part of lot; one of the nicest corners In
South Portland. Inquire 706 1st st.
NETS 12 PER CENT. CORNER 50x73. TWO
story brick; rents 500 month; also saloon for
sale. Call 556 Delay sL, owner.
FOR SALE LOT 6, BLOCK 44, HOLLADAY S
Addition, fine cherry trees; 51600. L Van
duyn. owner, 270 Washington.
TWO LOTS. E. 12TH, NEAR TILLAMOOK,
for sale or will build to suit purchaser on
easy terms. Phone East 675.
LOT 50x150 AND 8-ROOM HOU3H, TILLA
mook sr., bet. Williams and Rodney aves.
Apply at 309 San Rafael at.
52500 LOT 50x100, 18TH, BET. LOVEJOY
and Marshall; Just right for flats; part
cash. Phone Main 966. - .
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS.
315 22d st. Price low. Owner, Mrs. W. A.
Daly. 359 13th st.
10-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
cheap; no agents. 129 10th st,, bet Wash
ington and Alder.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE. S MILES FROM
Morrison it, bridge C K. Ballard, Mll
waukle, Or. ,
LOVEJOY ST.k NEAR 23 D 7-ROOM HOUSE;
price, 54350. Geo. M. Strong, 113 2d st.
FOR SALE CHOICE H-BLK. IN HOLLA
days Addition. Owner. 160 1st st.
FOR SALE FARMS.
HANDSOME HOMES AND FINE FARMS;
best Improved farm on Cowlitz River, half
mile from town; 74 acres bottom, about all
under cultivation; does not overflow; S-room
house large barn; 57500.
SO acres; 3 miles from Columbia River town;
good house bam and other buildings; bear
ing orchard: 4 horses, 2 cows, poultry; cheap
at 52200; 40 acres cultivated.
HUNTINGTON & HUBBELL.
FOR S ALB ISO ACRES ADJOINING THE
City of Pendleton, or.; good house, barns,
etc: well and city water, telechase and
electrio light. For further information ad
dress P. O. Box 412, Pendleton. Or.
FOR SALE 74 ACRES OP TEMBERLAND
cn tidewater of Shoal Water Bay, Paclflo
County, Washington; timber, spruce and
hemlock: will sell cheap IX taken at once
Address N 31. Oregonlan.
GOVERNMENT LAND. OPEN FOR SET
tlement; level bottom 'land, no stono or
timber: water and soli first class. Room
60. Labbe bldg.. comer 2d and Washington.
23 ACRES GARDEN LAND. NEWLY PAJNT
ed and papered house, bam, chicken-bouse,
young orchard, etc.; on car line at Beaverton;
640 ACRES CHOICE FARMTNO LAND,
Eastern Oregon: Irrigating canal cuts tract;
for sale cheap by owner. Address B 72. Ore
gonlan. FOR RENT FARMS
FOR RENT 720 ACRES IN JOSEPHINE
County, uregou. six mues nortn or fsranvs
Pass; 150 acres of plow land, 38 acres in
orchard, unlimited outrange King, S66 E.
7th se Tiortn. pnone asi era.
ITNE , SMALL FRUIT AND POULTRY
farm near Portland to practical, responsible
party. C. H." Sholes. 417 Chamber of Com
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
use LOWEST PRICES.
E. F. IF. a RHey. 60S Chamber Commerce
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on the market.
We handle all kinds public land practice
Colons Land Co., Concord, bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP, TIM
beredv farm or grazing land; ail sizes; lowest
prices. H. B. Compson. 61S Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE, SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land ecrlp on hand ready to
locate. Maglnnls & Son. 22f Falling bldg.
HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT FOR
sale cheap; 3,000.000 feet ot timber and board
cabin on It. D 71, Oregonlan. .
PILING. 120 ACRES. CONVENIENT. LONG,
old growth; 52100. O. W. Eastharc, Oregon
HOMESTEAD. ID MILES FROM CITY; BAR
galn. D. B. Budd. 110 1st,
FOR FIRST-CLASS TIMBER CLAIMS CALL
at 515 Marquam bldg.
WANTED re-T. TTATy,
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, 52000
to 510.000: also business properties, 55000 to
520.000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co.,
403 Ablngton bldg.
"Wanted a modern 7-room house on
West Side: give location and price Y 69.
Horses, Vehicles, Harness, Etc ,
HORSES, WAGONS, HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles bought, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall. 264 4th. Phone Main 2205.
GOOD WORK TEAMS. SUITABLE FOR
farming, for sale cheap; also wagon or har
ness. 210 Montgomery.
FOR SALE-ONE GOOD HORSE. 4 YEARS
old. weight 900. Write John J. Moll. Lents,
Or., R. F. D. No. L
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on coast for sale or hire 211 Wash.
MUST SELL J450 PIANO. USED A FEW
weeks; 5230 cash. Sixteen lessons Included.
Answer today. Cash only. Y 57, Oregonlan.
NEW PIANO, HIGH GRADE. TO TRADE
for board or board and .room. J5, Oregonlan.
UPRIGHT PIANO CHEAP; PARTIES LEAV
lng town. East 1944.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAKT
Repair It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roofinr Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
DOG FOR SALE FEMALE ST. BERNARD;
fine watch dog; good retriever on land or
water; 2 years old; will sell for 525, worth
5100; has city license good till September; or
will trade for most anything. Apply 72 6th.
FOR SALE TWO VERY FINE REVOLVING
upright showcases, golden oak wood, antique
copper base; cost 575 each; will sell for 525;
suitable tor any kind of business. Address
G. N. W. Wilson Co.. 72 6th.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND B IL
IUM and pool tables; easy, payments; we.rent"
tables, with privilege of buying; modem bat
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col.
lender, 49 3d at.
CERTIFICATE FOR FIVE BARREL3 OF
Sunny Brook Bourbon whisky In bond,
Spring. 1901; owner out of business; any rea
sonable offer accepted. Address N 71, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE CALIFORNIA MOTOR BICYCLE,
price 573; also gentleman's bicycle with
cushion frame, 522. Apply 44 3d st,, near
SECOND-HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or Install
ments. Fisher Music Co.. 190 3d at.
HOP ROOTS. ENGLISH CLUSTER. 55 PER
thousand. Address H. G. Starkweather,
R. F. D.. Mllwaukle. Or.
THOROUGHBRED GERMAN SPITZ PUPPIES
on exhibition at Fisher's Music Store. 190 3d,
bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
160 CORDS FINE FTR WOOD ON BANK
river at Holbrook for sale or tradeu 321 Mor
rison st, Ralston.
TWO NICKEL-PLATED 6-FOOT SHOW
cases and two-seated surrey. 44. 3d. near
GO-CART FOR BALE: IN GOOD CONDI
tlon; reasonable. Apply 1S3 Hooker St., city.
GAS BALLOON OUTFIT WITH INSTRUC
tlons. X 70, Oregonlan.
HELP WANTED TVTAT.E.
THERE 18 MORE DEMAND THAN EVER
for competent salesmen, bookkeepers, stenog
raphers and technical men, aad we need men
for many such positions now open. Pacing
Commercial Bureau, Seattle, Wash.
WANTED YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER
In mercantile house; must be thorough and
systematic; opportunity for advancement;
state age. experience and references. Ad
dress Y 73. Oregonlan.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN,
single, aged 21 to -S years, to travel and
learn good-paying business; references.
Call 11 to 2 P. M.. .room 10, 413 Wash
ington, cor. 11th.
WANTED MEN AND BOYB TO LEARN
plumbing trad. Coyne Bros. Co., School of
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress 4973-75 Easton ave., St, Louis, Mo.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send for particulars.
Press Syndicate. Lock port, X. Y.
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES: COM
mlsslon; publications, newspapers, periodicals.
Exposition journal. Clyde's Special Agency,
638 Chamber of Commerce
WANTED SEVERAL GOOD MEN FOR RTP
saw, familiar with furniture factory work;
also a few good cabinetmakers. Apply
Doernbecker Mfg. Co.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness; good pay to good men. Call or write
607 McKay bldg.
BOOKKEEPERS, STENOGRAPHERS, BALES
men If you- want a position we can assist
you. Portland Commercial Bureau. 722 Cham
ber of Commerce.
525 TO J 65 PER WEEK EASILY MADE
selling sick and accident benefits for Union
Mutual Aid Association. 401 Marquam
BARGAIN PORTLAND ADVERTISING,
subscription sheet, 5200: part down; big
money-maker. 688 Chamber of Commerce
CLOTHING AND SHOEMAN. 5125 MONTH:
groceryman, 565 month; references. Clerks'
Registration Bureau 266 Morrison it.
BOY 17. SHIPPING CLERK AND STOCK
keeper; references required. Clerks Regls
tratlon Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK SEE US. CA
T1"'" Employment Co.. 249 Bumslda and
226 Morrison. Phono Main 3074.
BARBER SHOP. 5225: 3 CHAIRS. GOOD LO
catlon. good business. Apply Nob Hill 3a-
loon, 541 Washington.
YOUNG MAN WITH SOME EXPERIENCE
for general store, dry; salary 550. 722 Cham
ber of Commerce.
ARCHITECT'S ASSISTANT OR COMPETENT
draftsman to do simple drawing at home
N 73, Oregonlan. .
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE. "WE ARE
still doing business at the same old stand.
WANTED SALESMAN MUST BE YOUNG
and have a wheel; give references. K 72,
YOUNG MAN WITH SOME CASH FOR Busi
ness that will make 5150 per month. F 74,
WANTED THREE GOOD BOYS, WELL REC
ommended; good wages. Apply 363 Stark st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS NURSERY GRAFT
er Apply J. B. Pllklngton, Phone East 2815."
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICTTOR3 AT
once; references required. 232 Stark st.
Men wanted to learr barber trade Barber Col
lege. 741 Howard. St., San Francisco.
GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGH-CLASS
salesssan. 215 Commercial block. .
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD CLOTHING,
shoes. 50 3d. Phone Hood 1862.
MATTRE3SMAKBR WANTED; STEADY EM
ployment. 49 Front, cor. Davis.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST. CURBS ALL PRL
Tate diseases of men.
COR. 2D AND TAX-
HELP WANTED OCALE.
SALESMAN SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF GOUO
education and appearance, employed for last
three years In sales department of large
sheet and plate Iron manufacturers In tne
East, willing to come West to accept road
position, preferably same line Address J. S.
Hanley. 1255 N. 10th st,, Philadelphia.
WANTED I WANT LIVE MEN. NO HAS
beens; to the right party there are positions
open on a guaranteed salary. No catch
penny or house-to-house proposition, but an
offer backed by one of the greatest maga
zines of the day. X 73. Oregonlan.
50 PERFORMERS. AMATEURS AND itO
fesalonals wanted for Portland's World's Fair
and make big salary, easy work: we will
make you first-class performer, short ctd
tH?f, f?!11?- Newman's Theatrical (Srcult.
326 "Washington and 331 Morrison.
DETECTIVES OLDEST ESTABLISHED SE
,CervIce In United States wants shrewd,
reliable men; experience unnecessary; v
give Instructions. Write today with age and
references. American Detective Association.
BRIGHT. ENERGETIC MAN. WITH SOME
business ability; referenced; give names and
addresses of same O 69. Oregonlan.
WANTED GOOD COLLECTION AGENCY
solicitor- for Oregon. Address A. B. Adams,
1124-164 Dearborn st.. Chicago, 111.
WANTED COMPETENT BUSINESS PRO
ducers of fraternal insurance for Fraternal
Union of America; best protection extant;
salary and commission. F. F. Roose, Su
preme President, Denver, Colo.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 8 weeks
completes: positions guaranteed: tuition
earned while learning. Write for terms. Ho
ler's Barber College, 644 Clay. San Francisco.
MACHINE HANDS FOR SASH AND DOOR
factory. Inquire Nicola! Bros. Co., 2d an4
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
CAPABLE WOMEN WANTED.
It you work, why not earn mora than S
Bright, educated, earnest woman have
That mission should be to build one's self
and help others.
Be Independent, Do good.
The Vlavi Company already employs eves
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 VTAVI COMPANY.
Lewis Building, Portland. Or.
WANTED Ladies to learn barber trade: 3
weeks completes; tuition earned while learn
ing. Halrdtesslag, manicuring and facial
massage in 4 weeks; special term? now. Write
Moter System College, San Francisco.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY SINGERS. PER
lormers, musicians, for vaudeville circuit,
dramatic companies, ladles' band, quarters,
.Jcao8am3 etc- Newman's Vaudeville Cir
cuit, 326 Washington.
WANTEO-FrRST-CLABS LADY REPRESEN
tauves la Portland and throughout the state;
we pay good money. Call or write 607 Mc
aay bids., open evenings.
GIRLS D? YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, 226
Morrison. Main 1323.
wanted housekeepers. cooks,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
BVack"!sj.ASW5Cy 23034 TaahiU- phono
2 BUNDLE WRAPPERS. 4 EXPERIENCED
??!iL.rUy "'erences required. Clerks
Registration Bureau, 265 Morrison st.
H2$Fh COOKS. I2TI. 530; WAITRESS. EAST.
520 (fare); dishwasher, plain Ironing, house,
work. Drake's, 205 Washington.
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework to go In the country. Call
25 N. Park, near Burnslde
WANTED EXPERIENCED MILLINERY
5e3r.8js PPntices. Apply to Lowen
gart & Co., 92 Front st, -
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL; MUST BE
good laundress; must have references. 603
Davis, bet, 21st and 22d.
WANTED-A GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
?3wor7. Apply afternoons after 4 o'clock,
coo x.verett st,
WANTED ENERGETIC RESPECTABLE
35ino2k.oat o towa; 800d vvJcxatSv.
WANTED GIRL DO GENERAL HOUSE
work and. cooking; no children, 49l"Broao
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND
take care of children. 353 East 16th. N.
Jacobs Shirt Co., Hamilton bldg.. 131 3d sU
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE.
work. Apply afternoons, 194 N. 17th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. GOOD
wages. 731 Savler st. Small washing.
WANTED YOUNG GTRL TO SEW FOR
dressmaker. Address C 74, Oregonlan.
WANTED CAPABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking. S34 Kearney.
WANTED GIRL FOR. GENERAL ' HOUSE
work; references. 770 Flanders st.
RELIABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 1S6 East 16th st.
GIRL TO ASSIST -IN SECOND WORK AND
care of child. 169 23d st.
EXPERIENCED WAIST AND SKIRT HELP
wanted. 814. The Dekum.
KELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALX.
PRIVATE CLASS SHORTHAND SPEEDY
easily read, easily learned; special rate. Call
after 7 evening, suite 203 Allsky. 3d and
WANTED 5000 PEOPLE TO TRY MAPLE
ine; get it at your grocer's; it la pure, sweet
SITUATION WANTED VAT.ya
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN OF YEARS, EXPE
rlence on the road in cigar an dspecialty
lines, desires engagement with Portland
House; references of the best; here till
Sunday. Address R 70, Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS TRAVELING
salesman, over Oregon, Washington, Utah
or Montana; can furnish best of refer
ences. Address L 62, Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED HOTEL rTT.TrpTT. SPEAK
lng foreign languages; first-class refer
ences, wants situation. Address E. M
PostofBce box 6S0. city. '
YOUNG MAN. ACCOUNTANT, BOOKKEEP
er and all-around office man, of considerable
business experience would like situation. 7
SITUATION WANTED DRUG CLERK. 22
years old; registered In Bllnols; 6 years' ex
perience; best references. G 73, Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
cook and second cook for camp restaurant or
hotel; will take charge ot dining-room and.
kitchen; responsible party. M. Zvltt, care
The Roomlng-House, Albany, Or.
WANTED BY YOUNG MARRIED
oouple, position in camp or ranch. No.
1 cooks; no objections to other work. In
quire 92 Grand ave. Barber block, rooms
WANTED SITUATION BY COMPETENT
gardner and florist; makes very attrac
tive and parklike flower gardens. Address
A. Paul, 394 Siskiyou, st. Station B, Port
WATCHMAN AND HOUSE DETECTIVE;
years with large corporation, desires position
of some kind; reference furnished. F. Phil
lips, general delivery.
MARRIED COUPLE, NO CHILDREN, WANT
situation an cooks in camp, hotel or farm;
man can rnllk. but not practical farmhand.
A 74. Oregonlan.
BY APPRENTICE IN" PRINTING-OFFICE;
one year's experience at trade; reasonable
wages asked; references given. N 72, Ore
gonlan. SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTER
er. draper and carpet-layer; reference from
first-class bouses. T 73, care Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION IN REAL ESTAT3
by competent man, nine years experience
Address Q 72, Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN, LIVING WITH HIS MOTHER,
wants some honorable work. Address D 73.
GOOD JAPANESE WISHES SITUATION TO
do general housework or dishwashing. E 74,
Oregonlan. . .
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION IN HOTEL
or restaurant, do second work.' ' 5 72, Or