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THE MOBNEKG OBEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 22. 1905.
Jury Finds Charles Bock Not
ECHO OF UNION TROUBLES
Defendant, a -Sailor, Carried a Re
volver to Protect Himself From
Assault by Members of the
That, a man has a right to earn his
dally bread, whether he belongs to a
union or not, and that he has a right
to defend himself when attacked, even
by the use of a revolver, if necessary, is
practically what a jury In the Municipal
Court decided yesterday when Charles
Bock was acquitted on a charge of carry
ing' a concealed weapon.
Bock Is a member of the Sailors' Union
and was engaged In handling cargo of the
T. P. Emlgh, tied up at the docks of
the Portland Lumber Company. Patrol
man Porter arrested him and took from
him a revolver. Porter therefore appeared
as complaining witness, hut behind the
case stands the Longshoremen's Union,
with which the Sailors' Union has been at
outs over the Emlgh's freight. It la
claimed the longshoremen refuse to work
on the vessel themselves, and that they
do not want the sailors to do so.
There was but the testimony of Pa
trolman Porter and Bock, but much time
was consumed, as there were frecuent
.tilts between attorneys. Judge Hogue also
'took part occasionally, as at tunes he
thoceht the attorneys were not conduct
ine the case along strictly legal lines.
Deputy IMstrJct Attorney Haney appeared
if or tha and Attorney Citron for the
defease. Citron maintained throughout
fthe trial that the Jury must either, by its
decision, give a man the right to earn a
livelihood azO. to defend himself when at
tacked or say he could, not. Haney argued
tthat it was purely a case of violation or
nonvloMLUon of the law.
Bock did not deny having the revolver.
He admitted t""t he purchased it for the
purpose of protecting his life, and said
he carried it in a pocket inside ms vest,
which left the handle in sight. After ar--guments
by counsel and instructions to
the Jury, it was but a few minutes when
& verdict of acquittal was brougnt in.
Toby Smith was then placed on trial.
charged with assaulting Paul Tram. The
defendant is a member of the Longshore
men's Union and. the complainant of the
Sailors' Union. The trouble took place
over the Emlgh's cargo, as in the pre
vious case. Judge Hogue expressed him
self as of the opinion that the defendant
was guilty, but withheld sentence until
tomorrow, when the remainder of the as
eault cases growing out of the trouble
are to be called.
Late yesterday afternoon Bock was
again arrested, this time by Patrolman
Roberts, on a warrant charging him with
assault and battery. Andrew Matson is
the complainant. He says Bock struck
him with a stone Monday night.
pATT.Y. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
pnnTI.AVT). March 21. Maximum tempera
ture. 49 dec; minimum. 40.- River reading at
11 A. M.. 6.2 feet; change In past 24 hours.
rise 1.6. Total precipitation. D r. a. w a r,
iL. 0.68 Inch; total since September 1, 1904,
2. afi Inches: normal. 30.01: deficiency. 12.23,
Eatal sunshine March 20. 1!K)5. none; possible.
13 hours and 8 minutes. Barometer (reduced
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C
Salt Lake City...
541 T I22INW
162 T (14 SW
Tnsettled, rainy weather continues this even
Snr In the North P&otflo States and In portions
of Northern California, At Boise the rain
Ttwasi aooomimrBixi cy a tnrmflfT storm curing
It la cooler this erenissr In Southern. Idaho.
Elsewhere vest of the Rocky Mountains the
.changes la temperature have been email and
The Indications are tor ooeaalcnal rain In
ottils district Wednesday, MiLh hut little chance
jin tarnfrracure, (
Forecasts mad at Portland it 8 P. II. for
XS hours ending at mianigat. March 22:
Portland and -vicinity Occasional r&ln; couth
: Western Oregon and Western Washington--t
Occasional rain: south to treat -Kinds.
Eastern Oreguo, Eastern Washington and
j. aa.no uiouay to partly ciouay, with showers,
( CLASSIFIED A3). BATES.
"BoomV" "Rooms and Board," "House-
'koepmg Eoonu," "Sltoatlona Wanted." 18
"words or less. 15 cents; 1C to 20 words, 20
cents j 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dls
count for addltlrmnl insertions.
UNDER AIX OTHER HEADS, except
"Aew Today," 80 cents lor 15 words or les
20 to 0 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half j no further Hln(- an
der one month.
"NEW TOD AX" (gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per
.line of each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
MORI GAGE LOANS
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Tltlu insursd. Abstracts turalshsd.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 Chamear cr Comaunk
CTREE LAND IN OREGON
I Under the Carey Irrigation Act." Deed
direct from state. WRITE OR CALL.
TODAY. Booklets and map free. B. S. Cook
& Co.. 251 Alder street. Portland. Or.
inrn 100x100. on VL ISth noar "Nfor
OioOU son st.; this property Is away
below values; those wanting a snap better
jook uus up immediately.
SAHLSTROM & PATTERS OX.
J32 Stark Street.
16fH AND KEARNEY
100x75. with two cottages: choice for flats or
nne oweiung; sgwx). A. D. Marshall. Agent.
Best and cheapen Quarter or half block.
ISth fct. A. D. Marshall. 82 3d st.
OTTO & CROCKETT.
23S WASHINGTON PHONE CLAY 1RK.T.
Restaurant, best location In city, cheap; low
iwii wu nwuaa iw &euing; snap- ZCr anybody
Our new Spring' stock includes every standard
grade of Carpet in a superb variety of designs and"
colors. Here are prices on a few of our many grades :
Eoyal Wilton, sewed, lined and laid $3.50
Bigelow Asminster . . $2.10
Bussorah Axminster , $1.75
"Smith Axminster ..' $1.50
Best Velvets $1.50
Body Brussels ..." $1.65
Tapestry Brussels. $1.25, $1.15, $1.00, 85
Ipgrains, all grades $1.15 to 45
86-88 THIRD ST.
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.
342 Washington Street, Corner Seventh
'Phone Main 2119.
AUCTION 8AT.F.S TODAY.
TJw T T TT7I1.A..'.. nlurmm ICO Wrt Kt
at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At residence, 149 10th st.. near Morrison st.
Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Co., auc
Regular meetlnK this tWednesday) evening
et 8 o'clock. Third degree. Visitors wel
come. M. OSVOUJ, Becretarj'.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. "NO.
54. O. E. S. Stated communica
tion this (Wednesday) evening.
Social, uy oraer w.
KATE M. STEAD MAN, Sec
winrfTO UWTT1EVTS OF WISCONSIN and
members of the old Badger Society are re
quested to attend a meeting to be held in.
Elks ball, in the Manjuam building. Wednes
day evening. Marcn zo, ax o o ciock- a ws
and enthusiastic gathering Is expected. lt
no Wlsconslnlte fall to attend.
nlar meeting this (Wednesday) evening In Ori
ent Hall. East Portland. First degree for 20
onnrildates from the new lodge at St. Johns.
Visitors welcome. W. A. WHEELER, ec
WASHINGTON COUNCIL, NO. 3.
B, AND S. M. Stated tesembly this
(Wednesday) evening, at 7:S0 o'clock.
Masonic Hall, BurkhanJt building.
East Side. Work. Refreshments. By
order of Th. I1L M. C M. BROSY, Rec
poirrrJ1Avr iodgei no. 142. B. P. O.
EL.KS The members will meet In our lodce-
room In the MarQuam bldg., today at 2:30
P. M., to conduct the funeral services or our
late brother, J. W. Talbott. of Astoria Lodge.
Visiting Brothers Invited to assist, uy oraer
of the Exalted Ruler.
JOHN B. COFFEY. Secretary.
PBTSER On March 20, 1503, at Seattle,
Wash., Michael Peyser, aged 65 years. Re
mains will be brought to Portland for Inter
ment. Announcement of funeral later.
RAYBURN In this city, on March 31, 1903. at
868 North 2ist st.. ana. Jiary itayDum. agea
65 years, 11 months, 20 days. Funeral an
IAJNDHN In this city. March 21. 1905. Erich
Lunden. aged 28 years. Funeral notice here
after. rCNERAI. NOTICES.
MILLER March 20. 1005, Mrs. Annie S.
Miller, aged 20 years, 11 months and 27
days. In Sellwood. Funeral will take place
from the Baptist Church, corner Umatilla
avenue and East Eleventh street. Thurs
day. March 23. at 2 P. M.
STRANGE At her late residence at Sunny
side. Or., March 20. 1905, Mrs. Annie
Strange, wife of William M. Strange, aged
S9 years. Funeral will take place today.
March 22. at 1 P. M.. from the Sellwood
Presbyterian Church at Sellwood. Friends
TALBOTT Friends and acquintanees are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of the late John W. Talbott. which will
be held at Flnlero chapel at 3'P. M. today.
after which the remains will be shipped to
Indianapolis, ma., tor interment.
STEINLEIN Trends and acquaintances are
respectfully invltea to attend the . funeral
services of Robert Stelnleln, which will be
held at nniej-s cnapei at r. m. today.
Interment Rlvervlew Cemetery.
MOSHER In this city. March 20. 1905. at the
family residence, 301 Marguerite avenue.
Roy SI. Mosher. aged 29 years. 5 months and
20 days. The funeral services will be held
at the above residence at 2 P. M. today.
Friends Invited. Interment Lone Fir Ceme
BERNAICH In this city. March 21. 1905.
Mary L. M. Bemalch. aged 20 yearn. 2
month and 6 days. Friends and acquaint-
ances are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services, which will be held at SU
Patrick's Church, corner 19th and Savler sta..
at 0 A. M.. Thursday. March 33. Interment
Mount calvary cemetery.
DUNNING. McENTEE ft GILBAUGH.
successors to Dunning ft Campion, under
takers and embalm ecs, modern In every de
tail. 7ih and X'lae. 1'hono Mala 430. LpAj
EDWARD DOLMAN CO, Undertakers and
embalroers, hare moved to their stew build
ing. Third and Salmon.. I sdr assistant.
Telephone No. 6(t7.
J. I FZNXEY ft SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Msdlton. Office cf Cosaty Cer
oser. Jjadr asslstaat. Telephone No. S.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. li Zast
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East C2.
ZEIXER-BYSNES CO, UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers. 273 Kai'l; East 1088; lady as't.
WAT.1.EX fr 'M'nnWPir.T. mr m?m
quarters for table linen, blankets, quilts,
curtains, towels and napkins. We have
no legitimate competition in the City of
& w. sonmxs,
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Day
A. H. Ballard. Lessee and Manager.
Farewell Week of the Columbia Stock
Company. Matinee Saturday
COLUMBIA STOCK COMPANY.
In dramatization of MARIE CORELLrs
famous love story,
Seats on Sale for All Performances.
Down-town box office open all day at Dolly
varaen candy shop, 37 Morrison. i'Donc Mam
uu. wwunei at theater. Main sn.
Evenings, 50c. 35c. 25c. 15c.
Matinees. 25c, 15c. 10c
ORDER SEATS EARLY.
Phone Main 117. .
Packed to the Door Yesterday.
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK.
A corking good show, the big New York success
THE MOONSHINER'S DAUGHTER"
A sensational melodrama. Special scenic
Prices Evening, 15c, 25c, 35c. 50c
Matinee. 10c. 15c. 25c
Phone Main 092.
The Best in Vaudeville!
TED El BOX.
THE ONLY GlLBERT-SARONY.
JAMES POST AND COMPANY.
SEFTON AND D EAGLE.
MISS GEORGIA EMERY.
MR. ALF BONNER.
THE GRAND! SCOPE.
Prices Evening. 10c and 25c: box seats. 25c
Matinees (except Sundays and holidays), 10c
THE STAR THEATER
FROSINI TWO YERXAS.
THE COLTONS ROSCOE ARBUCKLE
BARNOLD'S TRAINED DOGS.
CORDERO. ZANFRETTA AND CARL.
HANSON AND DREW.
New schedule of prices--Evenings, 10c, 20c
and 25c; matinees, except Sundays and holi
days. 10c Week-day shows, 2;30 P. M., 7:30
P. M. and F. M.
TO MONEY SAVERS
"THE OLpEST TRUST COMPANY.
Will pay 4 per cent Interest oa any ana
on Certificates of Deposit to ran twelve
months rtraignt. i or sums or xaeo asa
upwards we Issue our Coupon Certifi
cates of Deposit to ran tor 6 years. '
with interest at 4 per cent, as per
semi-annual coupons attached. For
rams of S500 and upwards, we Issue
our Special Certificates of Deposit,
payanie on vo days- can witn interest
at 4 per cent. Tness are zuuy de
scribed In oar book of niastrslioss,
which we will send you We wel
come small sums -in our eATiags
Department, and par 3. per ctnt
Interest. Correspondence solicit
ed Att questions answered by
iaad Trust Co. es uregos.
103 Third street.
BEXJ. X. COHEN. President.
H. L. PITTOCK. V.-Tres.
B. LEE PAOET. Bee
J. O. GOLTRA
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, City and Farm
Insurance In All Lines
A H. BIRRELL,
202-3 McKay bldg. Third t and Stark.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE CHOICE H-BLK. IN HOLLA
day's Addition, owner. 169 1st st.
3900 5-ROOM COTTAGE. BASEMENT, 50
loot lot; Bargain n . am st.
I"0K SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE NEW 6 AND 8-ROOH HOUSE;
LW.IU. suuouary wasnstanc. concrete naae-
.tinted, pass pantry, larre bedrooms, with
eiQSta in ww 1 . ....In...
washtuhs In basement; on Union-avenue car
line, nre-mlnute service, near good school,
lawn, streets Improved; houses now open for
Inspection; cash or Installments. Inquire
owner. H. E. atemler. 122 3d st or at res
idence. 652 Union are. North, one block,
south of houses.
. FOR SALE. 3650.
Choice lou pa E. 19th st, near Everett
Water and sewer connections. Improved
street and sidewalk. These lots lay nice
ly. They are well worth the money.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
100 Third Street. A
$1000-BUYS NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE IN
heart of Sunnrslde. hot id cold water. Un
proved street, nice yard and roses.
$2300 Elesant new, modern 7-room house,
worth $3300. swell location on S. Taylor st.
S4150 Beautiful new modem T-room house
on West Side, between 10th. and West Park;
$3000 Or $300 down, fine S-room residence
on Mt. Tabor, "swell location, larse grounds,
all In frulu H. II. STAUB.
243H Morrison. . Phone Red 2371.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
oz handling acreage; choice acre tracts for
homes, within the city limits or outside;
terms to suit- A. C Churchill & Co.. 110
:ew. MODERN. 6-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE
In. East Side. S1S50; S-room house and 2
lots, close In. East-Side. 31930; corner lot,
Karl and Mllwaukle sts.. '$350: '100x100,
44th and E. Salmon. 3500; 7H acres front
ing on Tremont st.. $3000; 6-room mod
ern bouse. E. 20th. 32450; easy terms.'
Owner. 695 E. Washington st. Phone
FREE LAND! FREE LAND!
A chance to secure a home and make money;
only cost Is for water right, which averages
310 per acre; under state control. For par
ticulars write or call at office of Columbia
Southern Irrigation Co., 539 Worcester block.
HOOD RIVER-10 ACRES. 5 MILES FROM
town on .east side; nne fruit land, partly
improved level and all cultivable; near school
and church; rural mall delivery and phone:
healthful climate; 3125 per acre; H-mlle from
railroad survey. W C9. Oregon I an.
NEW 8-ROOM DWELLING. JUST COM-
pieteu, on li. izth, het, Schuyler and nan
cock, Holladays Addition; surrounded by
beautiful shade trees and lawn; terms to
suit buyer. Inquire next door for key and
A NICE HOME. EAST ANKENY Dis
trict, a-room house, large and small fruit,
garden, fine lawn, etc; 31350 If sold at
once. 3375 down, balance 320 month. In
quire of owner. 145 3d St.. room 1.
A BARGAIN FOR SALE BY OWNER, A
nrst-ciass corner, with two cottages, close in.
Pays over 8 per cent net on 3750; could
easllm be made to yield more. For particu
lars Spply to E S3, care Oregonlan.
FINE 10-P.OOM HOUSE. MODERN, ON
- corner lot. soxiuu; hot water heating plant.
Apply on premises. 3S4 Ross St., eor.
Broadway. 3 blocks from river. Phons
HAWTHORNE PARK -r- THE MODERN
S-room house, northeast corner of East Main
and 13th et. ; can be bought reasonable (and
on easy terms. See R. L. Cate & Co.,", 113
A SNAP. $185010 BLOCKS NORTHEAST OF
Steel onoge. a nice jo-room aouDie nouse and
full lot, 50x100; good location: easy walking
distance to center of city. Inquire B 73, Ore
gonlan FOR SALE TWO FULL -BLOCKS. CLOSE
in, between Morrison and Madison-street
bridges, on Improved street: will sell at sac
rifice figure. Inquire at 221 Grand ave.
FOR SALE BY OWNER GOOD S-ROOM MUD-
ern house. S-foot basement, cement floor, cor.
ner lot. 60x100; price $2100; easy terms. Seo
uame at 134 E. 21st st. North.
FOR SALE 100x100 FEET. N. E. CORNER
E. 34tb st. and Hawthorne avc; streets im
proved; sewer, water, gas. See owner. 3S2
E. 30th et. Phone Scott 3C51.
$2200 TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS. WITH
good house, plenty xruit, garden all In;
Williams ave. car. Miller. 303 Chamber
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on U. w. f. electric line. O. R.
Addtton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
NEW MODERN COTTAGE. 6 ROOMS. 12
diuc&s cask ui uiuu uuukc .tjv, easy
terras. Kroner. 165H 3d st.. room B.
GOING EAST WILL SELL TWO NEW
bouses In Holladay Park Addition lees than
cost. Inquire cor. 24th and Clackamas.
FINELY IMPROVED 5-ACRE TRACT ON O.
W. P. & Ry. line: at a bargain price for 30
days. See R. L. Cate & Co.. 113 2d st.
NETS 12 PER CENT. CORNER 50x73. TWO.
story brick: rents fw month; also saloon
for sale 356 Delay st-, owner.
TWO LOTS. E. 12TH. NEAR TILLAMOOK.
for sale, or will build to suit purchaser on
easy terms. Phone East 675.
cv-in RAT-E LOT 6. BLOCK 44. HOLLADAY"S
Addition, nne enrrry ucn; iauu. l. van-
LOT 50x150 AND 8-ROOM HOUSE; TILLA-
Apply at 309 San Rafael at.
$3000 FEWEST QUARTER BLOCK IN IR-
. ", 1 ' 1. ry 1 1 m 1,
Strong. 113 2d st.
KIR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS.
315 22d st. i-Tice low. uwner, Mrs. W. A.
Daly. 359 istn st.
I-ROOM COTTAGE, $1050 ; 6-ROOM
house, $1900; terms to suit purchaser.
Thone East 675.
tvio BUYS ONE ACRE IN CHERRIES AND
prunes at Stuert, on car line. Owner, 558
E. Alder st.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE. 6 MILES FROM
Morrison at. onage, v. a. ijiiiira. ixu
FOR SALE NEW. NEAT COTTAGE AT 43D
and E. Taylor; very easy payments.
$4350 LOVEJOY ST.. NEAR 23D 7-ROOM
V-... ..,11 Inl Efrft.i. 119 M . '
FOR SALE FARMS.
fiHARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
ra acres of rich land, with small amount In
cultivation; land all lays nicely, with plenty
of live water: nouso and large orcnara;
within half-mile of church. Woodman ball
and 2-room school, and on good county road:
3 miles from Carrollton. a town on the Co
lumbia Blver and N. P. Ry. Price. $3S0.
with 3350 down.
55 acres, with 40 acres under plow; all
rich land and lays nicely: live water; 300
bearing fruit trees; nicely finished 8-room
house: large barn: chicken-house and wood
shed ; land fenced and cross-fenced; on coun
ty road one-quarter mile from school and 3
miles from Carrollton. Price. 31500. with
one-half down. Imus & Wllloughby, Ka-
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
noure. large barn: sraoo.
SO acres. 3 miles from Columbia River town:
good bouse, barn and other buildings; bear
ing orchard; 4 horses. 2 cows, poultry; cheap
at ijju; -to acres cultivated.
HUNTINGTON & HUBBELL.
FOR SALB-160 ACRES ADJOINING THE
city or Pendleton Or.; good house, barns,
etc; well and city water, telephone and
electric lignt. or runner Information ad'
dress P. O. Box 412. Pendleton, Or.
26 ACRES. FINE IMPROVED. NEAR BEA
verton. excellent hop land; good house,
barn, horses, cows, farming implements,
for $1000 less than It cost. Terms. T. W.
Plttenger. room 9, 243 H Morrison.
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD RELINQUISH
ment In the Okanogan Valley: new house.
running water; part broke, fenced and In
crop; win sell for cost of Improvements.
Address Box 894. Seattle. Wash.
FOR SALE 74 ACRES CUF TTMBERLAND
on tidewater of Shoal Water Bay. Pacific
County, Washington; timber, spruce and
hemlock; wui seu cneap xr. taicenat once.
Address r 31. oregonlan.
GOVERNMENT LAND. OPEN FOR SETTLE-
ment; level bottom tana; no stone or tim
ber; water and soil first class. Room 66.
640 ACRES CHOICE FARMING LAND.
Eastern Oregon: Irrigating canal cuts tract:
for sale cheap by owner. Address E 72. Ore
FARMS EVERYWHERE IN OREGON,
large and smalL all prices. Pacific Realty
4,- 1-1 rMmn..M-,1 K1a.1t
IMPROVED FARMS AND APPLE LANDS.
B, I. Cate & Co.. 013 2d st,
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP.
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
use. LOWEST PRICES!
E. F. & F. B. Riley. 008 Chamber Commerce.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
imeit reserve scrip on the market,
tve handle all kinds public land practice.
wmaa una. o.. concord bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. TIM
bertd. farm or grazing land; all sizes, lowest
prices. K. B. Compsoa. 6 IS Marqusm bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate. Maginnls & Son. 22f Falling bldg.
SCRIP FOR SALE 2SO ACRES GUARAN
teed; cheap. D. L. McLeod. 220 Falling bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
GOOD MODERN 7 OP. S-ROOM HOUSE. BE
tween Morrison and Montgomery sts. and
west to 14th st,; give exact location and
price; no agents. G 77. OregoaUtn.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, S200O
to 310.000: also business properties. 35000 to
320,000. Have buyers- L. W. Whiting & Co.,
4C3 Ablagton bldg.
WANTED TO BUY SMALL. WELL-LO-cated
home on installments; East Side pre
ferred. H 82, Oregonlan. '
WANTED A 0 OR 7-ROOM MODERN HOME,
or a iracant lot; walking distance; West
Side. Q 82. Oregonlan.
160 ACRES TIMBER IJf MULTNOMAH
County. 6,000,000 feet, good location; cheap
for cash. Apply E 79, Oregonlan.
644 ACRES OF TIMBER LAND; 15 MILES
from Grant's Pass. Or.; no agents. P. o.
Box 19S. Goldendale, Wash.
HOMESTEAD. It MILES FROM CITY: BAR
gain. D. E. Bud 4. 110 1st,
SECOND-HAND TALKING SiACHINES OT
all makes bought, sold and exchanged:
bargains In second-hand machines and rec
ords. 190 3d st.
GOOD FARM NEAR PORTLAND FOR
sale or exchange for city property. Ad
dress P S3. Oregonlan.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE BELGIAN
Percheron stallion 6 years old. weight 1850
lbs.; can be seen at Elk stables, 4th. and
Burnslde sts., this week.
FOR SALE ONE PETER SHUTTLER
truck. 3 Vs. 4-Inch tire, second hand, price
340. Inquire at G. W. Cone's mill, St, Johns,
for Bert WIckham.
HORSES, WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds or vemcits bougnt, sold ana rented.
Hubert & Hall. 264 4th. Phone Main 220S.
$45 BUYS BAY HORSE. WEIGHS 1100
pounds; sound, good driver, single or dou
ble. Call 23 N. 14th st.
FOR SALE CARLOAD OF HEAVY
horses; can be seen at Union Stockyards
Stables, foot of 17th st.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-ILVND.
vehicles on coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
MUST SELL $430 PIANO, USED A FEW
weeks: $230 cash, sixteen lessons inciuaeo.
Answer today. Cash only. Y 57, Oregonlan.
NEW PIANO. HIGH GRADE, TO TRADE
tor ooaru or ooara auiu iwui. .r. w ,uuHm,
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAKT
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
oia iron, tin or buiusks, mt .c. iww,
Elaterite Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR BALE NEW AND SECOND-HAJCD BIL.
Hard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables. w:th privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-BalkerCdl-
lendcr. 49 3d st.
THOROUGHBRED GERMAN SPITZ PUPPIES
on exhibition at t uners music store. iyu za.
beL Yamhill and Taylor.
FOR SALE ONE GOOD FAMILY COW.
fresh, with calf. Call at 24S Front st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
50 PERFORMERS. AMATEURS AND PRO
fesslonals. wanted for roruanas worms
Fair and make big salary, .easy work; we
B-lll make vou first-class performer, short
and easy system. Newman's School of Act-
ing.-3ZGH wasningtcn ana x jiojtoh.
we vppn TVir? Pfll.TlWTN'fl:
Flrst-claia general etore salesman, Alaska,
$125. General store man. Eastern Oregon,
.nil rntirtA Trnrlinped shoe salesman.
city; $C5. Portland Commercial Bureau, 722
Chamber of commerce.
WANTED CAPABLE YOUNG- MAN TO
assist in lumber otnee ana yara; one not
afraid of work; stenographer preferred;
wanted. Address In own handwriting. X
THERE IS MORE DESAND THAN EVER
for competent salesmen, bookkeepers; stenog
raphers and technical men, and we need men
for many such positions now open. Pacific
Commercial liureau. beattie. nasn.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY SINGERS. PER-
formers. musicians, ror vaudeville cir
cuit, dramatic companies, ladles' band.
quartets, sketch teams. Newman's vauae
vllle Circuit. 326H Washington.
WANTED MEN AND BOTE TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne uros. Co., bcnooi or
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress 4973-75 Easton ave., St. lxuls. Mo.
WANTED BENCH HAND FOR SASH AND
door factory; must understand plans and
details. Address with references. North
Bend Mfg. Co., North Bend, Or.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding ror newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send tor particulars.
Press Syndicate. Lockport, N. Y.
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES ; COM-
misslon; publications, newspapers, periodicals.
Exposition Journal. Clyde's Special Agency,
638 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED. QUICK SECTION FOREMAN.
$70; four sawmill men, $50; railroad surface
men, $2- day, free fare Pac Coast Emp.
Office. 1 N. 2d st.
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.
MAKE MONEY SELL SICK AND. ACCI
dent benefits for Union Mutual Aid Associa
tion; highest commissions to good men. 401
BOOKKEEPERS. STENOGRAPHERS. SALES-
men. ir you want a position, cau and see us.
Portland Commercial Bureau, 722 Chambc;
WANTED A GOOD ALLOPATHIC PHYSI
clan and surgeon, to take the place of a re
tired physician. Inquire at drugstore. Glen
CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE-DISTRIBUTERS
"wanted everywhere; permanent position;
good pay. American Union, Pontiac bldg.,
3 BRIDGE CARPENTERS. R. R. WORK.
$3.50 day. free fare: machine miner: others.
HANSEN'S OFFICE 28 N, 2D ST.
WANTED GOOD FEEDERMAN FOR
planer: also stlckerman. Inquire of the
Standard Box & Lumber Company.
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK SEE U3. CA
nadlan Employment Co.. 249 Burnslde and
22tfVi Morrison. Phone Main 3074.
WANTED CLOTHING AND SHOEMAN
for Alaska. $125 month. Clerks Registra
tion Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
WANTED MAN. OUTSIDE WORK: MUST
depestt L0O. amply secured; wages $15 week
ry. P 81, Oregonlan.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE. WE ARE
still doing business at the same old stand.
DRAFTSMAN FOR FIELD WORK ON RAIL-
road survey. Room 55. Worcester block, 3d
ana uas: sis.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT
once; rererences required. 232 Stark st.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber Col
lege. 741 Howard st.. San Francisco.
GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGH-CLASS
salesman- zis commercial block.
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD CLOTHING,
snocs. ou . ruoiic xiooa ico.
BOY. 15 OR 16 STEADY INDOOR FACTORY
work. .tToni. corner imtii.
DR. WALKER. 1S1 1ST. CURBS ALL PRI--rate
diseases of men.
PLUMBERS WANTED. STARK DAV13
a. wo. j saisaoa zw .
HELP WANTED HALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY .ABLE-BODIED.
ai.cu uiea, ociween ages oi 1 aas u.
citizens of United States, of food character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Officer. 34 and Oak sts Port
WANTED Men to learn barber trade: 8 weeks
rampieics; positions guaranteed; tuition
earned walls learning. Write for terms. Mo
lers Barber College. 644 Clay. San Francisco.
HELP WANTED matt: OK XEMAXJK.
GENTLEMAN OR LADY TO WORK FOR
rename Business house; pleasant and prof
itable; experience unnecessary. Address R
S3, care Oregonlan.
PRIVATE CLASS SHORTHAND SPEEDY.
easily read, easily learned; special rate.
Call after 7 evening; suite 20S. Allsky.
3d and Morrison.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Ladles to learn barber trade: S
weeks completes; tuition earned while learn
ing. Halrdresslng. manicuring and facial
massage In 4 weeks; special terms now. Write
Moler System College. San Francisco.
AN ELDERLY LADY WISHING A HOME
14 miles from Forest Grove, for doing
very light housework for a man and child,
for- her living. Address W. S. Clark. R. F.
D.. No. 2, Forest Grove. Or.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG LADY TO
assist in office work; good opportunity to
get practical knowledge of bookkeeping.
Apply In own handwriting. Y 81, Orego
nlan. GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DONT FAIL
to see us. Over 1O0O positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, 22ttft
Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT-
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St,
Louis Agency. 230 H YamhllL Phone
MARRIED LADY. WITHOUT CHILDREN.
to do chamber work lor rent or housekeep
ing rooms; must have experience. 129
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRESEN
TS, lives In Portland and throughout the state;
we pay good money. Call or write 607 Mc
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED LADY TO'
Keep uouse la a smau iamiiy, uerman or
Scandinavian preferred. Address T 83, Ore
gonlan. WANTED EXPERIENCED CLERK. Ho
siery, knitware. laces, dress trimmings.
Clerks Registration Bureau; 265 Morrison
A FIRST-CLASS WOMAN FOR LADIES'
tailor work. Apply Monday morning, 9
o ciock, room 16, Russui block. A. Keating.
WANTED WORKING HOUSEKEEPER.
Apply at 147 10th st.. bet. 2:30 and 5
P. M.; references. C S2, Oregonlan.
HOTEL COOKS. $25, $30: WAITRESS. HO-
tei, jast. ju; nouseworic. Kitcnen neip (im
position). Drake, 203 Washington.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must have references. Call
between 11 and 2 at 63 N. 9th st.
PARTY TO CARE FOR ROOMING-HOUSE.
good locality. 11 rooms. In applying give
reierences. o sz. oregoman.
WANTED YOUNG LADY APPRENTICE.
able to sew. Watson, dress and cloak-
maker, us Taylor at.
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN TO HELP
In restaurant at Seaside. Or. Particulars
141 7th st.
WANTED CHOCOLATE DIPPERS. APPLY
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company, 12th and
GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK,
ji per monin. lb t. Main, near -utn.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. GOOD
wages. 731 savler 9t- small wasning.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS TAILORESS,
coat helper at once. B 82. Oregonlan.
AN APPRENTICE FOR DRESSMAKING.
Room 16, Russel block. A. Keating.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB-
work. Apply 142 Union ave. North. i
GIRL FOR .GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
must be good cook. 549 Hoyt st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 569 Johnson st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK, FAM
lly of two. 812 Johnson st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOUSE
work. 728 Everett st. .
LADY COOK WANTED HOTEL BERG.
13th and Aider.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Booksrepers and Clerks.
BOOKKEEPER. OR CLERICAL WORK. BY
experienced young, man; Eastern references.
Address 166 Whltakfr st.
YOUNG MAN . WITH 10 YEARS' OFFICE
experience desires position; good references.
Phone Main 3153.
THE PORTLAND HOUSECLEANING CO.
All kinds of houeecleanlng and janitor serv
ices, floors oiled, yards and cellars cleaned.
Phone Main 46S2. Residence. 430 Hoyt st,
I. Wilson, manager.
WANTED POSITION IN SAWMILL AS EN
glneer by man of anility and experience as
all-around mechanic Address Y 76, Ore
gonlan. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAR
ried man, experienced In management of ho
tel and rooming-house. X 82 Oregonlan.
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION. DO GEN
eral housework or dishwashing In hotel or
restaurant. W S3. Oregonlan.
MAN WANTS TO DO SPADING. COMMON
gardenor lawn work by the day or steady.
J 62, Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN WANTS. TO LEARN CANDY-
making: no wages expected. M 81, Ore
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED, COMPETENT LADY STEN-
ograpner desires permanent position; win be
gin on small salary. Phone Main 4666.
SITUATIONS WANTED NEAT GIRL.
housework.' small family: housekeepers.
cooks, chambermaids. 230ft Yamhill.
Phone Black 1S8I.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS
head waitress in hotel; has iota or expen
ence. X 81. Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTS PLACE;
well experienced In boarding-house; -state
full particulars and give pnone numoer.
L 83. Oregonlan.
HAVE EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID.
waitresses (arm. trayj, casniersv laciory,
office, kitchen help, housekeepers. Drake,
SITUATIONS WANTED VERY CAPABLE
woman, chamberwork; housekeeper, witn
girl 2. 230 H YamhllL Phone Black 2881.
SCANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
270 Burnslde. furnishes male and female.
help, all kinds, free of charge. Mala 30S3.
287 N. 17TH ST. A YOUNG GIRL WISHES
a half day a work; must stay nome- ai msuu
GIRL WANTS CHAMBERWORK OR WILL
help do housework, sos xnnrman. .
WANTED TO KENT.
In all parts of the city.
Apply 202 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6266.
WANTED TO RENT. 7 TO 10-ROOM FUR
nuhed house: renter will occupy 3 rooms.
balance for roomers; none but adults, re
spectable, will be admitted; a cash bond. If
necessary, that proper care will be given to
contents, ii. tsi, ore soman.
ROOM WANTED. SINGLE. WITH OR WITH
out board, on the West Side, near 'Fair
grounds prererreo; state run particulars
terms, etc c oa, vregonian.
WANTED BY RESPONSIBLE TENANTS. 6
Address, stating rent, room 436" Portland Ho-
WANTED TO RENT A 5 OR 6-ROOM COT-
tage or "nit; must do centrally located.
WANTED TWO HUNDRED EGO INCUBAT-
or. HO Grand ave., city.
SOAP AGENTS WANTED GREATEST SEL-
ler known. Everybody buys; 30 days" credit
given; experience unnecessary. Hancock
Novelty Co., Chicago..
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
lots on commission, in one or tne cnoicedt
suburbs of Portland. Address P. O. Box
PHOTO COUPON AND PORTRAIT AGENTS,
big money. Rembrandt Studio, Abington oiag.
WANTED UP-TO-DATE PHOTO AGENTS.
ladles or gents. 801 Dekum bldg.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS. 211 1ST
et.. pays top-notch spot cash price ror au
klnoa of furniture -Phone Main 5655.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at ins
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED UNDERSTOOD OR OLIVER
typewriter; state conaiuon ana price nimicu.
J 83. Oregonlan.
WB CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT-
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
NEW LAN G IS HOTEL..
European plan; electric lights and bells,
steam heat and elevator; baths free to guests;
rate 50c 75o and $1 per day; special rates
by the week. Elegant cafe and bar In con
nection. Corner 6th and Washington sts.
Sam Bauman. manager. F. Lange. prop.
15 North 10th, cor. Burnslde. near Washing
ton; strictly modern; newly decorated
throughout; finely furnished rooms, single or
en suite, bath; location, neighborhood and
conveniences unexocelled; terms reasonable.
Phone Main 09S9.
LARGE, PLEASANT CORNER ROOM.
with every modern convenience; gas, fur
nace, fireplace, large chiffonier, leather
couch, fine bed. piano. In small private
family; reasonable rent to gentleman; close
in. Main 4714.
THE AUDITORIUM. 208Vx 3D ST.. BET. TAY-
lor ana saimon. l diock. south or saker The
ater Elegantly new furnished, steam heat;
hot, cold 'running water In rooms; free bath:
rooms with private baths; elevator; $3.50 per
week and up; $1 day; tourists solicited.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH.
gas and heat; 127 N. 22d st., bet. Gitsan
and Hoyt, one block from Washington or
Morrison car line; easy walking distance from
Fair grounds. Phone Main 4091.
THE MONNASTES. 2S3fc 1ST ST. (S. W.
cor. Jefferson) Single rooms from $1 to $3;
furnished housekeeping suites fiom, $1.73 to
$5 per week; rooms per night, 50c and 25ci
THE OREGONIAN ON THE EUROPEAN
Slan; rooms. 50c. 75c. .$1 per day; beautiful
rick comer; large, light, sunny rooms by the
week, $2 to $6 per week. 41)& North 3d, cor
THE KINGSTON FURNISHED ROOMS. 1905
3d. adjoining Baker Theater; $2.50 per week
and up; steam heat; special attention given
to traveling public Phone Hood 657.
THE COSMOS. S. E. COR. 4TH AND MOR
rlson; best down-town rooms In the city; heat
and service night and day; rates $3.50 per
week and up, Including bath; $1 day.
HOTEL OXFORD. 6TH AND OAK (EURO
pean) The most comfortable rooms la the
city; everything new and modern; bell
connections with cafe and bar.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
Must be seen to be appreciated; desirable lo
cation; gentleman preferred. 590 Couch, or
phone Front 671. after 4 P. M.
CORNER 7TH AND WASHINGTON- ST.
Large newly furnished corner room, suit
able for two or four persons. 343 li Wash
ington, near 7th. room 6.
VERY NICE NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
room, suitable for two; modern conveni
ences; reasonable Main 5694. 547 Tay
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH STEAM. HEAT,
bath, telephone, newly furnished; reasonable
rent; references exchanged. Telephone Main
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ELEC-
tric light.- with use or phone and bath; close
In; very reasonable. 210 Park et., cor.
IN PRIVATE RESIDENCE. THE VERY
best location, quiet neighborhood, large
light rooms, phone and bath. 703 Everett.
TO RENT ONE OR TWO NICELY FUR-
nlshed rooms, private ramiiy; batn. gas; as
minutes' ride from city. Phone Union 1972.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING CHOICE IN A
furnished room or suite, you can be pleased
at 15 North 10th (cor. Burnslde); references.
27 SALMON ST. LARGE. WELL-FUR-nlshed
room, centrally located; between two
car lines; housekeeping privileges -If desired.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SUIT-
able for light housekeeping u ceairea. oiu
Mill st. Must be sen to be appreciated.
SUITE OF ROOMS IN PRIVATE RESI-
uence; weu itiraisaeu, wtujuos nee j
meals, if desired. W 82. Oregonlan.
PLEASANT. HOMELIKE BOOMS. WITH
kitcnen privileges; new nouse, lour diocks
from Hotel Portland. 250 6th,
FURNISHED FRONT SLEEPING-ROOMS;
clean and respectable ouuaing. .apply une
Drew, 162 2d. near Morrison.
125 13TH. NEAR WASHINGTON -LARGE,
pleasant front room; also room at 32.50;
modern, tourists solicited.
THREE NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
bath, pantry, closet, can zorenoon or even
ing, 482 E. Washington.
FINELY FURNISHED LARGE FRONT
room, $4.50 per week; private family; cen
tral. 394 Yamhill st.
FURNISHED OR "UNFURNISHB, LARGE
outside rooms, smcuy private Tarmiy; gas.
Main 5087. 508 Clay.
FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE
family: everv convenience; close In. 248
6th st, near Main.
255 11TH ST. CLEAN, SUNNY ROOMS.
beautiful grounds, cam, gas, oasement-rootn
cheap. West 761.
192 SOUTH 12TH NICELY FURNISHED
front room, suitable lor two genuemen or
man and wife.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS PRIVATE FAM-
lly. near air, j sin st. xona, Morrison
SINGLE ROOM FOR RENT; WELL FUR.
nienea m wutwuwn, .exueuuea. 004 .Li
SINGLE FURNISHED ROOM, $1.50; TWO
housekeeping. $s; ciose in. stj loth, near
41 ELLA NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
single orfen suite; moaern conveniences.
Cheapest and best-located rooms In Portland.
91 wees up. uiiman. ii ana Aiaer sts.
889 ALDER ST. VERY NICE FRONT ROOM,
witn or wnnoui ooaru; ait conveniences.
$10 RENTS SLEEPING ROOM AT 390
jenerson st.; Dam, gas ana pnone.
THE LEWIS, 195 IOTH ST. ROOMS. SIN
gle and en suite. Phone Main 4334.
THE Y. M. C A. HAS A FREE LIST OF
furnished rooms In all parts cf city.
BEDROOMS. CLEAN. BRIGHT AND PLBA3
ant. 195 16th st, cor. Taylor.
Booms Witn Board.
170 IOTH LARGE, HANDSOMELY FUR
nisbed front room, with board, suitable for
two gentlemen or couple.
SELECT PRIVATE BOARD. 394 COLUMBIA,
with fine front suite; modem conveniences
and central. Main 2219.
NEAT ROOMS WITH BOARD, BATH,
phone; price reasonable. 32 N. 11th st.,
opposite Armory HalL
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD;
home cooking: English family. 215 12th
st., cor. of Salmon.
829 QUTMBY. NEAR 25TH THREE BLOCKS
from Fair; parlors, single rooms, hall rooms;
FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD; $5 PER
week. 502 Clay, near 15th. Phone Main
515 MORRISON ROOMS WiTH BOARD,
hot and cold water. Phone Main 4314.
ttOOM AND BOARD FOR ONE OR TWO
gentlemen. $25. 412 Hall St.
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH BOARD; HOME
cooking. 515 Northrup, cor. 15th st.
TUP ni-ntr uttt cr -ormvrs -nr..
K eulta or single, board; hot and cold water,,