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THE MOBNING OREGONIA"N, FRIDAY, AERIL 28, 1005.
LUMBER FOR GLESE
Government May Order Full
Load for Schooner.
GOES TO FORT M'KINLEY
All Material Contracted for Will Be
Dispatched, and 3Iore Will
Probably Be Purchased
Before Vessel Sails.
All that Is left of the big; Government
lumber contract will be shipped to Manila
on the schooner J. TV. Clise. The Cllse
came up the river yesterday afternoon,
and "will spend 24 hours ,on the drydock
before g-olng- to the mills to load.
There is now 425,000 feet ready for ship
ment. The first lot went out on the Aleo
Brown, and the transport Buford also
carried a big consignment for Manila. All
this lumber will go to Fort "William Mc
Xinley, the great Army post at Manila.
It is probable that more lumber will be
contracted lor by the Government at once,
go that the Clise will take a. full load
ecross the Pacific. She is a four-masted
schooner, and will hold 1,000,000 feet.
FIX) UK FOR THE BROWX MEN
Dumbarton Takes Big Cargo From
v Portland to Japanese Ports.
A big cargo of flour will start today for
Japan. "When the British steamship Dum
barton leaves port there will be 56,050 bar
rels on board. This is valued at $201,750.
The Dumbarton has received her clearance
papers for Yokohama, Kobe and Moji, and
will probably leave early this morning.
The vessel loaded the main part of her
cargo at the Portland Flouring Mills, and
Wednesday went to St. Johns to complete
it. Owing to the war, this is the largest
cargo to leave here for Oriental ports for
CHEHALIS IS LONG OVERDUE
Simpson Dumber Company's Barken-
tine Is Slow Coming From Ccbu.
The barkentine Chehalis, owned by the
Gimpson Lumber Company, of San Fran
cisco, is overdue from Cebu. She is listed
lor TVillapa Harbor, but will probably en
ter the Columbia first. Not once has she
been reported since leaving the Philippine
port, and considerable anxiety is felt for
her safety, as she is nearly a month be
hind the usual time.
Shipping men who know the waters she
has passed say that it is probable she fell
into a certain bight from which It would
require a month to escape. Several other
vessels have found the spot, to their sor
row. Schooners to Be Cleaned.
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) The schooner Wltzman was put on
the marine railway today for a partial
replanking, recaulking and cleaning. The
schooner Watson West will follow the
Wltzman to receive new masts. The
West has just returned from the Orient.
Beginning today, the Columbia Con
struction Company will deliver 2250 tons of
rock a day at the Columbia River jetty.
while J. J. Sweeney will deliver G50 tons
By arriving at Queenstown April 25, the
British ship Glaucus has made the fast
est passage of any of the January wheat
fleet. She left here January 6, and con
sumed 110 days on the voyage.
The German ship Altair, from San Fran
Cisco to Gravesend, one of the top-notch
ers on the overdue list, has reached her
destination. The passage required 175
The tank steamer Asuncion left up the
river last night, and will reach here this
morning with a load of fuel oil for the
Standard Oil Company.
The Warren Packing Company lias or
dered a cannery-tender from O. P. Gra-
ham. The launch will be driven by a
ten-norsepower gasoline engine, and will
cave a length of 40 feet.
Domestic and Foreign Reports.
ASTORIA, April 27. Condition of the bar
at 5 P. M., smooth; wind northwest;
weather cloudy. Left up at 4:30 A. M.
Schooners J. W. Clise and Jnnle Stella.
Arrived down at 4 and sailed at C:SO A. M
Steamer Columbia, for San Franolsco. Ar
rived down, at 5:30 and sailed at G:30 A. M.
Steamer Francis H. Leggett, for San
Pedro. Bailed last night Steamer Cascade,
tor San Francisco.
San Francisco, April 27. Sailed last night
Steamer Acme, for Columbia River.
Port X.os Angeles. April 27. Arrived
Steamer Bee, from Portland.
Redondo, April 27. Sailed yesterday
Schooner John A. Campbell, for Columbia
Shanghai, April 27. Arrived Schooner El
dorado, from Portland.
Queenstown, April 26. Arrived British
chip GlaucuB, from Portland.
Astoria, April 27. Arrived at S and left up
at 9 Steamer Asuncion, from San Francisco.
San Francisco, April 27. Arrived Steam
er Signal, from Coos Bay; steamer M. F.
Plant, from Coos Bay; schooner H. D. Ben
dixen, from Tacoma; steamer Repeat, from
Tour complexion, as well as your tem
per, is rendered miserable by a disordered
liver. Improve both by taking Carter's
Little Liver Pills.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL. BEPORT.
PORTLAND, April 27. Maximum temper
ature, 60 deg.; minimum, 43. River reading
at 11 A. M., 4.7 feet; change in past 24
hours, rise, 0.1 feet. Total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.02 inches; total since
September 1. 1904, 29.22 inches; normal, 41.19
Inches; deficiency, 1L97 inches. Total sun
chine April 26, 1905, C hours and 48 min
utes; possible, 14 hours and 7 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.,
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops. B. C. .
Salt Lake City..,
. .15010.001 SINE iPt Cldy.
Light showers occurred today In the Wil
lamette Valley and the Sound Country"; but
elsewhere In the North Pacific States fair
weather lias prevailed.
It is abnormally cool this evening in all
58 0.00 1SNW I
4S T I1SIW
60 0.001 4ISW
5010.01110 NW i
5810.00 24 SW Clear
60 0.02 4NW Pt. Cldy
SO 0.00 12IN Clear
58 0.00 S N PL Cldy
78 O.OOhslNW Clear
66 T I SlNW PL Cldy
66 O.OOliejW Clear
56 T flOfNW PL Cldy
50 0.041 4IW PL Cldy
60 T 1 4SE Cloudy
Is the term to apply to our
new line of Axminster Car
pets. These splendid fabrics,
soft, lustrous and beautifully
colored, will give any air of
luxury to your rooms that
can be secured in no other way.
PRICES FROM $1.50
to $2.10 per yd., laid.
J. G. MACK & CO.
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THE BEST WAY TO
Sizes to accommodate 4, 6, 0, 16 and
sections of the Pacific Northwest and sharp
frosts are indicated for Friday morning in j
Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
The indications are for fair weather in this ;
district Friday, with rising temperature "west
of the Cascade Mountains.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S
hours ending at midnight. April 2S:
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
Western Oregon" Fair and warmer; north
Western Washington Fair; winds mostly
Eastern Oregon Fair and warmer.
Eastern Washington and Idaho Fair.
A- B. WOLLABER,
Acting District Forecaster.
MYRTLE CHAPTER, NO. 15, O.
E. S. Regular communication this
(Friday) evening in Masonic Tem
ple at 8 o'clock. Degrees. By order
JENNIE II. GALLOWAY, Sec
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
The funeral committee is hereby notified to
meet at Oddfellows" Hall, corner First and
Aider streets, this (Friday) morning at 9
o'clock to attend the funeral of our late
brother. J. T. Walker. All Oddfellows In
vited to attend. M. OSVOLD, Sec.
THE OHIO SOCIETY OF OREGON will
hold Its regular monthly meeting this (Fri
day) evening. K. of P. Hall, at S o'clock.
Musical and literary programme. Refresh
ments. All OhloanB invited.
JUDGE W. M. CAKE, Pres.
DR. BYRON E. MILLER. See.
MT. TABOR LODGE, NO. 42, A.
F. & A M. Stated meeting this
(Friday). S P. M., East Burnslde
and Grand avenue. E. A. degree.
All E. A. invited. By order W. M.
GEORGE P. LENT, Sec
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 1G. I. O. O. F
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at
:30 o clock, initiation; visitors welcome.
HENRY BROWN. Secretary.
FLETCHER To the wife of Joseph Fletch
er, a girl, at Canby, Or. Mother and child
WOLF April 27. to the wife of Henry Wolf,
the Southern Pacific section foreman at
Dllley. a son, the parents of whom are the
best pleased couple Jn Oregon, Dr. C. L.
HUTTON In this city, on April 27. 1905, at
the family residence. 451 Goldsmith st.,
Sallle J. Hutton. aged 01 years. Funeral
GROEGER At his late residence. 10 East
Tenth North, April 25. 1905, Joseph Groe
ger. aged 63 years. Funeral will take place
Saturday. April 29, from F. S. Dunnlng's
chapel, corner East Alder and East Sixth
streets, today at 8:15 A. M.; then to St.
Joseph Church, corner Fifteenth and
Couch streets at 9 A M. Friends Invited.
DOONEN In this city on April 25, 1903,
Mrs. Annie Doonen, aged 34 years. 10
months and 24 days. Funeral today (Fri
day). April 28. J905. at 2 P. M.. from Hol
man's chapel, corner Third and Salmon
streets. Friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. Interment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
ROBERTSON At the residence. 330 E. 14th
April 27. 1903, Louise M. Robertson, aged
25 years and 21 days. Funeral will take
place Saturday. April 29. at 2:30 P. M., from
F. S. Dunnlng's Chapel, corner East Alder
and East Sixth. Friends Invited. Inter
ment at Salem, Or. Salem papers please
WALKER In this city, on April 2C, 1905. at
the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Francis
Sealey, 374 2d st.. John P. Walker, aged
73 years, 6 months. 13 days. Funeral Fri
day, April 28, 1005. at 30 A. M.. from
the above residence. Friends respectfully
Invited to attend. Please omit flowers In
terment Lone Fir Cemetery-
DUNNING, McENTEE & GILBAUGn,
successors to Dunning Campion, under
takers and embalmezs, modern In every de
tali. 7th and Pine. Phono Main 430. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
embalmers, hare moved to their new building,-
Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. S97.
J. P. FINLEY & SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Aide. Lady assistant; Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., UNDERTAKERS.
Embalmers, 273 Ka'lj East IMS; lady as'U
C W. XXAWZX8, Xsx
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
THONE MAIN 222
11th and MORRISON Sts.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washing
ton street, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gil
By J. T. Wilson at salesroom, ISO First
street at 10 A M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At Baker's Auction-House, corner Alder
and Park. Sale at 2 P. M. George Baker &
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
ft., bee Taylor and Salmon. Sale at 2 P. M.
sharp. C. L. Ford. Auctleneer.
ONE CORNER LOT A FEW BLOCKS
from the bridge on Holladay avenue Is the
beat buy on the market today. Price ad
joining property, then see If our price.
$274). is not like finding $700.
Go and see that fine quarter on E. 16th
and Ankeny. then you will be surprised at
the price we can quote you.
We have some fine houses on the East
NORTHRUP & KING.
211 Commercial Blk.
FOR SALE NEW AND ELEGANT S
. room house with 100 by 100 feet In Irving
ton; complete In every respect; price $5500.
Parrlsh. Watkins & Co., 250 Alder st.
Is Invited to Open a Savings Account With
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
We pay 3 per cent Interest on SAVINGS
auuumd ana from 3 to 4 per cent on
CERTIFICATES 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. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LBE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
22d and Kearney Sts.
100x100 feet on northwest corner. Only
choice quarter left- $5200. Easy terms.
130x200 feet with residence, on car line.
Beautiful view to north. $3750. Terms to
F. V. ANDREWS & CO..
DROP IN BUTTER
Beet creamery' 45c
Good creamer' ' 40c
Dairy butter, 30c and . 35c
Ranch eggs ...20c
Picnic and Cottage Ham 30c
5-pound pall lard 45c
Full cream cheere .......13c
Swiss cheese 25c
Cream brick "0c
Chickens. Saturday, per pound. 10c and.. 17c
au gooas retailed at wholesale prices
LA GRANDE CREAMERY. 204 Yamhill St.
MORTGAGE LOANS .
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles Insured. ' Abbtracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce.
CTREE LAND IN OREGON
under the "Carey Irrigation Act."
Deed direct from state. WRITE OR
call lOUAi. uooKiets and map free B
S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder sL. Portland. Or.
JAPANESE FIRE SCREEN.
Silk and cotton. .New deslcn. Finest
Ity. Two hundred, different kinds. Size 4
feet. R. Kato. 121 N. 15th st. cor. GHsan.
rntran uny out.
STORES FOR RENT
On Washington st.. desirable location. Ap
ply oi Luamocr 01 vommerce
fourteenth and Washington Sts.
FAREWELL. WEEK OF
The Columbia Stock Company, presenting
A farce comedy in three acta.
Evening prices: 50c, 33c. 25c. 13c Matinee,
25c. 13e. 10c
Downtown boxofflce open all day, 327 Mor
rison st. Phone Main 110. Evening at the
ater. Main 311.
Twelfth and Morrison.
Voted a Genuine Success.
MaiiaEE EVERY DAY. 2:15 P. M.
One Big suow at Night, Starting at 8:15.
f CENTS '
1 " ADMISSION
' All This Week;
The World-Famous Emotional Drama,
LEON AND BERTIE ALLEN
I.YNDON AND WREN
MURPHY AND ANDREWS ALF BONNER
General Admission. 10 cents.
Front rows reserved, 20c Box seats. 23c
ROYAL LILLIPUTIANS AT THE
BAKER THEATER '
Third and Yamhill, Keating Flood, Mgra.
- THIS WEEK'S ACTS
ROYAL LILLIPUTIAN TRIO
Berne & West, The Holcombs
William Schoene, Byron & Blanche.
James Corey, Jean Wilson,
The Bakerograph, 'Baker's Orchestra.
Shows: 2:30, 7:30, 9 P. M. Admission, 10
cents to any seat.
STAR THEATER -SKiSS
DUNBAR'S TRAINED COATS.
HOLMES & MACK.
COLE AND COLE.
Shows 2:30. 7:30. 0 P. M. Admission lOo
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and get
off at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most magnificent view In America. See
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth.
PORTLAND VS. TACOMA
APRIL 25, 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.
GRANDSTAND. 23c CHILDREN. 13c
CLASSIFIED AD. KATES.
Rooms," "Rooms and Board." "House
keeping Rooms." "Situations Wanted." 13
words or less. 15 cents: 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 tu 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO cents for IS words or less:
10 to 20 words. 40 cents: 21 to 25 words. CO
cents, etc Qnt Insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-half; no further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TOI1AV" (range measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 cents per
line of each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed rare The Oregonlan. and left at thU
office, should always be Inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stamp la required on such
.The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
New Residences in Holla
Third and Hassalo streets, three
new, handsome, well-built residences
ox eight and nine rooms, near the
beautiful Ocobock residence, one
block from Union Avenue car line,
1.00 feet from Holladay Avenue car
line, two blocks from "TJ" car line.
Also three on Second and Hassalo,
facing south and east, modern, well
built, good design, very roomy and
reasonable m price. Apply to
CHARLES K. HENRY, 273 Stark St.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, CItyand Farm
insurance in All Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
202-3 McKay bldg.. Third and Stark.
For customers, several pieces of business
properly ueiwceu r rum, xtiii, xajiur uuu
Gllsan. I can maKe prompt sales or ae-
slrable Investments within those limits.
Please call or phone today. K. M. WILBUR,
30C. McKay bldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
12 ACRES. 3 MILES FROM CITY LIMITS.
on new Hlllsboro trolley line; no better land
In Oregon: no gravel: every foot suitable
for garden; $!K) per acre; fllW cash, balance
$100 per year, o per cent, uwner, 4iu mc
BEAUTIFUL MODERN HOUSE, BUILT BY
owner for permanent home; large grounds.
best car service; will be told at a loss of
5U) If taken soon, inquire 74 Sixth.
10-room modern house and full lot, 349 29th
St., near Savler; ?0OW); easy terms. For full
particulars phone Main 310.
FOR SALE 4-ROOM COTTAGE. BULL RUN
water, sidewalks, street graded. 1 block
from car; terms easy. Call at 527 Miller
ave., Sellwooa car.
G-ROOM COTTAGE. 50X00 LOT. EVERETT
U. between 2inn ana t-ita sts.: excellent lo
cality. A. 11. Blrrell. 2v2 McKay bldg.. 3d
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on o. w. p. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take ML Scott car. 5c
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10
rooms. 310 st. rriceiow. owner, Mrs.
W. A. Daly, The Brown. 271& Grand ave.
FOR SALE NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE;
good location; 51400. cash or Installments.
O. M. smitn. tJu chamber or commerce.
NEW MODERN COTTAGE, e ROOMS, 12
blocks east or Morrison oriage, $.'430; easy
terms. Kroner. 1054 3d st.. room B.
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE. EAST 22D AND
Clinton st., run low cneap. a. u. Blrrell,
202 MCKay mag., hi uuu ouirs.
JJEW. HARD-FINISHED. 4-ROOM HOUSE,
S" line; rent for $12; price J075. G. w.
Watt, owner. 410 McKay bldg.
S1V DOWN. BALANCE $10 PER MONTH.
buys a new '-room cottage at East 36th
and Clinton; a snap.
TWO LOTS, EACH 50X163. SELLWOOD
line. $20 eacn; terms, u. w. Watt, own
er. 410 McKay bldg.
XBff 5-ROOM HOUSE: BATH. BASEMENT:
Kern Park. Inquire G. A. Long. 211 Wash-
lngton 6t. Terms.
MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 50-FT
lot. cement Walks, choice fruit and flowers.
722 E. AnKeny.
8-ROOM HOUSE. FULL LOT. ABUNDANCE
of flowers anu iruiu bargain, aas Grand
TOWNSEND. DRIGGS & CO.. REAL ESTATE;
insurance, inmiismuuu. aa Aiucr au, oeu
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 6 MILES FROM
Morrison st. oriage. u. Jv. .Hanaro, Mllwau
FOR SALE BY OWNER A SIX-ROOM MOD-
ern house, nne location, rnone Union 3552.
TWO BUSINESS CORNER LOTS, 50X100, TO
close an estate, uwner, luoft t-landers st.
TO ACRES. WOODSTOCK CAR LIKE
- ttrmK G. W. Watt,' owner, 419 McKay bldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE NEW G AND 8-ROOM HOUSE;
bath, stationary washstand, concrete base
ment, gas and electric lights, furnace, house
tinted, pass pantry, large bedrooms, with
closets in each, wood elevator, stationary
waahtubs In basement;, on Union-avenue car
line, five-minute service, near good school;
lawn, streets Improved; houses now open for
inspection; cash or Installments. Inquire
owner. H. E. Stemler, 122 3d sc., or at resi
dence 632 Union ave. North, one block south
ACRE TRACTS WE HAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage; choice acre tracts tor
homes, within the city limits or outside;
terms to suit. A. C. Churchill & Co.. 110
FOR SALE NEW EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE;
full basement with concrete floor, porcelain
plumbing, waahtubs, gas and electricity, fur
nace, walls tinted, hardwood floors; cash or
installments; West Side. O. M. Smith, owner,
730 Chamber of Commerce.
FIVE NEW. MODERN HOUSES IN HOLLA
day Park Addition; also 14 choice lots: streets
improved, cement walks, sewer, or will build
house to suit customers. See R. B. Rice on
premises. East 22d and Wasco, er W. G.
Beck. 3U7 The Falling bldg.
HAWTHORNE AVENUE THE EAST SIDE'S
most superb residence street; new modern
8-room house, with ample grounds, offered
until May 1st for $3000: 10 per cent down.
10 per cent monthly. Fidelity Trust Com-
. pany. Phone Main 447.
$2000 AJ EXCEPTIONALLY HANDSOME
5-room cottage with attic, basement, fire
place, near 3 car lines, 25 minutes walk
to the city; East Side, by owjier, on easy
terms. G 61, Oregonlan.
IX) It SALEFARMS.
A CHOICE DAIRY RANCH.
240 acres of rich, black soli, all level. 216
acres In hay, 20 acre in' timber, for pasture
and wood, a stream runs across land, a tine,
large house, barn, 50x60; outbuildings. H
mile to school or store, mail delivered, -miles
to creamery and cheese factory. This
ranch lies in the famous Trout Lake section
of Klickitat County. Extensive outside range;
price $S500; terms $2500, balance on easy
time, bend for our book on White Salmon
Valley. White Salmon Land Co.
FOR RENT FARM AT SEASIDE, ABOUT
100 acres. 10 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture;
8 acres fine garden land; good large farm
bouse and other buildings; 1 mile from Sea
side House; 1 miles from railroad; tine
milk and dairy ranch, with good market for
products; cheap cash rental. J. W. Ogllbee
room 11, 1454 1st at.
AN IDEAL HOME 130 ACRES ON THE
Columbia River; 75 , acres under cultiva
tion, balance can be cultivated; soli very
fertile and productive; large G-room house,
warehouse 74x120; Government light pay
ing $10 month; boats land day or night;
$7000; Cowlitz Co. Land Co.. Kelso, Wash.
BARGAINS IN UNIMPROVED LAND W1TH
ln eight miles of Kalama; tracts from 5
to 1600 acres; soil and water first class;
price $2 to $10 per acre; terms to suit:
also farm and town property for sale. Ka
lama Land & Investment Co., Kaiama.
FOR SALE HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM OF
150 acres, located on the Willamette, with
half-mile of river rrontage; aiso nne lane
and- grove (suitable for rich man'e country
home). 10 miles by river. 22 by R. R.; price
$C5 per acre. Address Owner, 101 Front at.,
BARGAINS IN FARMS. OWNER WILL
sell 104 acres, now rented and paying 8
per cent on $15,000. for $14,000. An
other of 200 acres. 170 rich bottom, $35
per acre. Address Owner, A 50, Ore
gonlan. FARM FOR SALE SO ACRES. 5 ACRES BGT-
tom land. 500 bearing fruit trees, 3 living
springs, 5-room house, barn, chlcken-houees;
1 mile from school, railroad and boat-landing.
Box 67, Lyle, Wash.
STOP HERE 000 ACRES, GOO ACRES Co
lumbia River bottom, very best hay land,
all fenced, cross-fenced, orchards, good
barns, other buildings; fare to Portland,
45 cents; immediate sale. $19.50 acre. T. NY.
Pittenger, 245V4 Morrison.
100 ACRES, IVi MILES FROM KALAMA, 23
in cultivation, Daiance goou ttmoer; u-roonj
bouse, barn and outbuildings; soil good;
title clear; $4500. C J. Lee, Kalama,
Bargains in real estate Improved and partly
Improved farms in Multnomah and Clacka
mas Cos. List of prop, will be fur. on ap
plication. Roberts & Wlrtz, Uresham. Or.
FOR SALE ONE OF BEST ORCHARDS IN
Hood River. 30 acres all In Inter apples.
S000 boxes sold last year; owner In other
business. Lock Box 25. Hood River. Ur.
.FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH-
er guaranteed una ecnp on nana reaay to
locate. Uaglnnls & son. railing Diag.
FOR SALE TIMBER tANDS.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on tne marxet.
We handle all kinds public land practice.
Collins Land Co., Concord bldg.
S.W. U SEC. 32. TWP. 5. R. 3 W.. TWO
miles from Pittsburg, Columbia county.
Or. Will cut 0,000.000 feet. Address R.
Goodrich. Tacoma, Wash.
FOR IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT. 4 DESERT
claims. Southern Oregon, water for irriga
tion; a snap, can zu aiacieay Diug.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FEED AND LIVERY BARN. FINE LO
cation In a tnrivmg town or 2000. New-
berg, Or.; I am a farmer and have no use
for this barn. A good man can lease it
or buy on time. No stock. Address Will E.
Purdy. Newberg. Or.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. 55200U
to $10,000: aho business properties. $3000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co.,
408 Ablngton bldg.
WANTED Full or fractional lot; West diae;
close in; for casb. M 23, Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE 150 HEAD OF GOOD DRIVINt
and draft horses; li5 bead of young .cattle,
free range. For price and term addrvss
G. & W. McGreer, Antelope, Or.
HAVE JUST ARRIVED WITH CARLOAD
of horees and mares weighing .from 950 to
1400 lbs.; also two matched teams. Regal
Stables. 14th and Burnslde st.
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of veblclts bought, sold and rented.,
Hubert & Hall. 264 4th. Phone Main 2203.
FINE DRIVING HORSE AND HARNESS,
with Studebaker top bugy. Inquire at 271
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on roast for sale 'or hire. 211 Wash.
35 BUYS GOOD DELIVERY HORSE,
weight 1050 lb. Call 23 N. 14th st.
FINE FISCHER UPRIGHT PIANO. $70;
same as new; organ. $25. 2414 1st. cor. Main.
FOR SALE A CHICKERING SQUARE Pi
ano. Inquire at 311 Main today bet. 10 and 12.
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC
tlon on Friday. April 2S. 1905, the entire
select herd. 34 head of milch cows, at the
J. Pope farm on Elliott Prairie, live miles
east of Hubbard. Or.; 26 head are Just
fresh, balance will freshen In from two to
five weeks; also tine 3-3-ear-old Jersey
service bull; stock can be viewed by Intend
ing purchasers by applying on the farm;
time of sale. 12 noon sharp; terms, easy.
For further particulars apply to George Pope,
trustee. Woodburn, Or.. R. F. D., or to
H. M. Hostetler, auctioneer. Needy, Or.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy to
' lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new rooft.
Elaterlte Roofing Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL
llard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col-lender,
49 3d st.
21X5-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH. 3
horsepower. having one Summer top and
Winter top. anchor, lamp and all fixtures;
also boat house; price $375. Inquire at
271 Couch st.
18-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH: IN EXCEL
lent condition. Price. $325. W. J. Clemens.
273 Stark st.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
soda fountains. Northrop & Sturgls, 6 Front.
NEW AND 2D-HAND CASH REGISTERS
and safes; easy payments. 333 Ankeny st.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL- 324
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2303.
THOROUGHBRED PEDIGREED POMERAN-
I&n puppies lor saie at iij uiiean. at.
FOR SALE POOL TABLE, TOP BOGGY
ana cart: gooa condition; reasonao:e; sea
them. N 43, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE-OFFICE FURNITURE. CALL
mornings, room 14, Washington bldg., 4th
FOR SALE SHOWCASE, 7 FEET LONG.
jueat urocery, cor. 7th and Flanders.
HELP WANTED MALE.
NELS NELSON. THE BLACKSMITH.
wanted; also Dick Anderson; 4 rough car
penters. $3. 9 hours, city; bridge carpen
ters, $3; cement finisher. $4; house carpen
ters. $3 to $3.50. 8 hours; R. R. laborers.
South and East, free fare, sawmill bands.
, Sawmill millwright, young man. $3.50.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North 2d st.
"WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED.
unmarried men, between the ages of lb and
33. citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For Information ap
ply to Recruiting Officer, 3d and Oak ets.,
WANTED A MAN WHO CAN TAKE
"charge of and fix two sets Davis & Furber
cards and three Davis & Furber mules:
high-grade stock; must be steady and
competent. Address Union Woolen Mills,
WANTED AT ONCE CANVAS MEN FOR
the Arnold shows; must be sober and re
liable; long season, good accommodations.
Call mornings, room 14. Waahlngtn bldg..
4 th and Washington.
A GOOD SIDE-LINE OF FIREWORKS ON
commission for hustler through Eastern Ore
gon, Idaho, Washington, Willamette Valley
and on the Sound: give references. T 49.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., Schools of
Practical. Plumbing. 4973-75 Easton ave., St.
Louis. Mo.; 107-9 W. 3d St., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED 10OO R. R. MEN, NEW WORK.
iw otner jods; name your worK and we nave
It; also station work. Canadian Employment
Co.. 249 Burnslde st. Phone Main ,3074.
HAVE YOU SECURED POSITION AT FAIR?
tot a go dancing, vaudeville acting, sinslng,
sketches taught; positions guaranteed. New
man's School of Acting, 3515 Morrloon.
Wanted rough carpenter. $2.50:
lumber graders. $2.25; sash and door ma
chine men. $2.5o; yardmen. $2. Lumbermen's
Labor Bureau. 205"i Morrison.
WANTED MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL
to take half Interest In a profitable eash
business that will average $100 per month
each. M. T. Eddy, 305 Stark.
LOCAL CORPORATION HAS OPENING FOR
young man of good character: $1000 Invest
ment required; well secured. Address for
interview. N 50, Oregonlan.
MAN TO TRAVEL IN EASTERN STATES;
must invest some money; good security
given; liberal salary and expenses. M 5v,
WANTED JAPANESE BOY. A GOOD,
Drignt boy who can epeak English; steady
employment In rooming-house. Call 69
RESTAURANT COOK. $9 (ROOM). CANDY
maker, cooks, dishwashers, waitresses $.
housework, everybody. Drake. 205" Wash
ington. Columbus California wine depot; headquar
ters cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines
5c per glass. P. Lorati. 148 ith. Clay 1503.
Wanted Mtn to learn barter trade; steady
practice: expert Instructions; write for
terms. Glllman's College. 027 Clay st-, S. F.
MAX HELP MANAGE SALARY AND CHAT-
tel loan office; give wages, experience, ref
erences, else no attention- A 35, Oregonlan.
Wo sell sick and accident benefits that peo
ple want; spienaia proposition to agents.
Union Mutual Aid Assn., 401 Marquam.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's ca3t-off clothing, shoes and hats.
Call at 73 N. 3d; phone Green 42S.
BOY FOR OFFICE WORK; WAGES $20 A
month at start; state age, experience and
references. Address P 4S. Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write, C07 McKay bldg.
LOGGERS, MILLHANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, others work. See us. U. S. Em
ployment Co.. 193 Morrison. Main 1322.
TWO YOUNG MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS
to travel and learn good business. Call
10 to 4, room 7. 413i Washington.
WINDOW-TRIMMER. CARD-WRITER. $50; 2
boys apprentices. $i day. cierks Kegistra
tlon Bureau. 2C5 Morrison st.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS STOVE SALES
man to travel In Eastern Washington; give
references, uox lis, city.
FIRST-CLASS SKIRT-MAKER OR MA-
chlne operator wanted; none others need
apply. V 50, Oregonlan.
WANTED A GOOD. SOBER TRUNKMAKER;
the going wages. The Spokane Trunk Fac
tory. Spokane, Wash.
OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED HIGH
est price paid. Phone Hood 1S62. Call 50 3d,
COATMAKER WANTED. DEVERLING &
Porden. H) Main st., Vancouver, Wash.
WANTED CLOTHING SHOE AND FUR
nlshlng salesmen. The Hub, 3d and B.
WANTED A BOY IN-RESTAURANT. CALL
between 8 and 10 A. M.. 325 Stark st.
FIRST.CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN-
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
PANTS AND VESTMAKERS WANTED.
Deierllng & Padden. Vancouver, Wash.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCE;
references required. 232 atarK st.
EXPERIENCED RUNNER FOR LANGE Ho
tel. 6th and Washington sts.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS
J. Spencer. The Dalles, Or.
WANTED FIRST CLASS
-steady Job. 206 Madison st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS STICKERMAN.
Apply 1207 Macadam st.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.
vate diseases of men.
CURES ALL Pftl-
BOY WANTED FOR BICYCLE DELIVERY,
Call 429 Washington st.
MAN IN FACTORY.
2.u; i:oucn st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family four adults. Apply today 370
Park st. Main 5945.
WANTED WOMAN OR GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages to a good girl.
67 North Park st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work. Address Mrs. C. H. Lewis.
19th and Gllsan.
WANT A WOMAN TO. DO HOUSEWORK
Friday and Saturday. Apply 731 Savler st.
Phone Main 437.
GIRL WANTED IN BOOK BINDERY. EXt
perlenced or Inexperienced. Lovejoy & Lin
coln. 128 1st st.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. good wages. Apply 731 Savler st.
Phone Main 437.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COOK. MUST As
sist with washing and Ironing; references.
190 King et.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework; two In family; adults. 35 East
WANTED GIRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
3 In family; for Information call 346 Wash
ington. WANTED WOMAN OR GIRL FOR 2D
cook In small restaurant. Apply 312 Burn
slde. WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL OR
woman as nurse for Infant. Apply 253 21st.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Apply 615 E. Pine, cor. 16th.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO ATTEND Ci
gar and fruit stand. Call 04-6 Stark st.
WANTED WAIST AND SKIRTMAKER.
Moller, 345 Washington st., room 1.
WANTED GIRL OR - WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework. 13 North 9th st.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 595 Broadway.
WANTED GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN
and dining-room. 548 Savler st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. Call 5C9 1st st.
WANTED GIRL TO WASH DISHES IN
boarding-house at 104 N. 7th.
GIRL TO .DO
HELP WANTED FEMALX.
DO YOU WANT WORK AT PORTLAND
World's Fair? Amateur and professional
actors, singers, musicians, etc.. wanted; call
and see at once; easy work, big salary.
Newman's Theatrical Circuit, 351i Morrlwn.
WANTED A GOOD. NEAT. JAPANESE TO
do plain cooking and general housework;
must speak a little English; good wages.
Address Captain Schneider,- Montavilla, end
of car line.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework; small family; good
wages. 346 Clifton st., cor. 7th, between
Jackson and Lincoln sts.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to bcs us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors. 22U4
Morrlscn. Main 1323.
WANTED ON MAY 1. A COMPETENT
woman as cook and laundress. Apply at the
Boys' & Girls' Aid Society, corner East
29th and Irving sts.
COMPETENT SALESWOMAN TO TAKE
charge of souvenir store at Coast resort for
July and August; must be fluent talker; ref
ANY GIRL OR WOMAN NEEDING A
friend who will help her to do right, ap
ply at Salvation Army Rescue Home. 302
East 15th st.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Main
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GERMAN
or Swiss girl for cooking and general house
work: 2 In family: good wages. 553 Hoyt st.
WANTED HONEST, CAPABLE WOMAN
housekeeper: widower on farm; Swedish
preferred. 230 ',4 Yamhill. Phone Main 3413.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
soda fountain and confectionery. Call be
tween 7 and S P. M., 7S0 Washington st.
WANTED FIRST- CLASS LADY REPRE
sentatives in Portland and throughout state:
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED A, COMPETENT COOK TO GO
out of city; no washing; wages $25 per
month. Apply 742 Overton st.. city.
CLERKS AND WAITRESSES IN ICE-CREAM
parlor and confectionery. Clerks' Registra
tion Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
WAKTED CAPABLE GIRL AS FAMILY
cook: wages $40; references required. 2302
Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
sell the new telephone Index. Inquire W.
J. Clemens. 273 Stark st.
GIRL OR' WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK:
willing to go to Coast during July and
August. 461 Rodney ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework; afternoons off. Apply after Tues
day. 529 Montgomery st.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework and cooking; small family.
Phone Union 2395.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. TYPE-
wrlting. arithmetic. English, spelling, by
experienced teacher and office man; pre
pares young people for Civil Service exam
inations; day and night. S 21. Oregonlan.
WANTED MAN OR WOMAN OF ABILITY
to take hlgh-cla position with a local
concern; small Investment required, fully
secured; good salary, permanent position;
particulars at Interview. L 50, Oregonlan.
WANTED PARTY TO INTERVIEW WELL-
to-do class; what they say to carry we.lght;
big money; steady position. Room 2. 43 Vj
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
POSITION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper and general merchandise sales
man; will do any kind of oflice work; had
experience in postoftlce: will furnish ref
erence as to honesty, energy and ability.
.E 51, Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
bookkoper and expert accountant wishing to
come to Portland: best of references. Ad
dress Edson Smith, 476 W. Holt ave., Po
STEADY EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY
young man with city references; strictly
temperate, good penman and quick at
figures G 47. Oregonlan.
BOOKKEEPER WOULD LIKE POSITION;
10 yeaTs experience general office work;
good references. Phone Main 3153.
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN IN PRODUCE
or confectionery store; can give reference.
46 N. 7th st.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED. SOBER.
Industrious man, foremanshlp or superin
tendentshlp of stock ranch; reference or
bond If desired. A 51. Oregonlan.
YOUNG BUSINESS MAN. WHO SPEAKS
and "writes English, French. German and tho
three Scandinavian languages, would like
position. Y 32. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO GENERAL
work about a home; pay no object; ex
perienced. Address room 60, Hotel Rheln
phalr. JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, all kinds
of help. Black 992, 268 Everett st.
WORK WANTED IMMEDIATELY RE
Uable young man. A. Hasenyager, gen
eral delivery. Portland. Or.
WANTED SITUATION AS BARTENDER;
steady, sober and reliable. Call or write.
J. Noser. 171 11th st.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERI
enced sausage-maker; can give reference.
X 50, Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY
housework, any kind.
- Phone Clay 854.
WANTS TO DO
JAPANESE WISHES POSITION AS COOK;
housework or porter; city or country. Q 50.
PORTLAND HOUSECLEANING CO.. CAR
pets cleaned at your house. Phone Main
JANITOR. WHITE. SINGLE, CITY REF
erences, wants work. L 51,- Oregonlan.
JAPANESE FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTS
situation to do cooking. 45 N. Flrec st.
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTS POSITION
In camp, mill or hotel. Y 50, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED r-FK MA I.E.
YOUNG WOMEN WOULD LIKE TO WORK
by the day. washing and housecleanlng.
Call at 353 E. Clay st. Mrs. Ward.
CAPABLE FINN WOMAN WITH BOY 9
desires situation general housework. 230 H
Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
POSITION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
atenographer; can give the best of refer
ences. M 51. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED GIRL WISHES TO SE
cure a position as cook. Call 733 North
EXPERIENCED COOK WISHES POSITION.
V 49. Oregonlan.
A RESPECTABLE AND COMPETENT
lady desires a position as housekeeper In
hotel or In linen-room or pantry; highest
city references or bond: understands several
languages. Address H 50, Oregonlan.
VERY REFINED CAPABLE LADY DE
slres situation, managing housekeeper, ho
tel widower's family, or care of invalid.
230 A Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
REFINED EASTERN LADY. HIGHEST
references, would like position managing
housekeeper, widower or gentlemen's club.
L 47. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED
restaurant waitress, housekeepers, cham
bermaids, housework girls, nurses. 230 Vs
Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A POSITION
to care for children Sunday afternoons and
occasionally evenings through woek. Call
or address 510 Flanders st.
LADY WITH LITTLE GIRL WANTS LIGHT
work for room and board. Inquire room 2.
The Victoria, 7th and Gllsan sts.
WANTED SEWING BY THE DAY IN
families by competent dressmaker; best of,
references. C 51. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WISHES DAY
work, housecleanlng, etc. Phone West 243.
SWEDISH WOMEN WANT WORK BY THE
day. Mrs. Olson, 63 N. 6th st.. upstairs.
HOME-LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS,
first-class work. Phone Scott SSI 3.