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THE MOByESG 'OBEGOmjr, MONDAg, MAY 15, , 1905.
Mattings for Summer
CHINA MATTINGS, in stripes and mottled effects,
per yard 15 to 25
JAPANESE MATTINGS, fine" straw, close warp,
plain, inserted and carpet patterns 2op to .60
CREX MATTING, made from prairie grass, odorless
and extremely durable; sewed, lined and laid. . . .75$
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL MATTINGS BOUGHT BY
J..G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD STREET.
ITXZL XETSCKAX, Em.
tram ub ruifRH mm, warns i, turn
European Plan $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
THE BEST WAY TO
filzen to accommodate 4, 6. 9, 16 and
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL EEPOBT.
PORTLAND. Or.. Hay 14. Maximum tem
perature. 01 deg.; minimum, 52. River read
ing at 11 A. M., C.7 feet; change in past 24
hourF, ri6e 0.5 .feet. Total precipitation. 5
I'. M. to 5 P. M.. t.02 inch; total since Sep
tember 1, 1904. 29.07 Inches: normal since
September 1. 1904, -12.58 inches; deficiency.
32.61 inches. Total sunshine May 13. 1905.
4 minutes; possible sunshine, 14 hours and 53
minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea-level) at
5 P. M.. :0X2.
PACIFIC COAST- WEATHER.
Salt Lake City,
an Francisco. .
lOS'o.oo 8 N
ISljO.OO 4 SW
.62 0.O0i2R W
The weather In the North Pacific States has
Tnecome more seasonable and no rain of con
sequence has occurred in this section today.
Light showers fell during the night in the
Willamette Valley and the Sound country.
It is slightly warmer in all portions of the
Pacific Northwest this evening.
The Indications are for fair weather in this
district Monday with rising temperature. Light
frosts are probable Monday morning cast of
Portland and vicinity Fair; warmer during
th afternoon: northwesterly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair: warmer during the afternoon; winds
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair, with rising temperature.
A. B. WOLLABER.
Acting District Forecaster.
Explains Power of Habit.
Special services for children were held
last evening In the Third Presbyterian
Church, East Thirteenth and Pine streets,
when Rev. Andrew 3. Montgomery
preached. A brass band, composed of the
young men of the church, furnished mu
sic, and the choir sang. Rev. Mr. Mont
gomery's talk was to show the power of
habit for evil or good. Different kinds of
bridles used on horses and mules were
shown by way of Illustration, up to the
vicious and cruel bridle used by some
cowboys. Mr. Montgomery then talked of
the power of habit, and gave several Inci
dents to show It affects the child life,
either for good or evil. The sen-ices were
well attended, and Mr. Montgomery -will
hold similar services about once a month.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 293 Grand ave.. at 2 P. M.. by the Port
land Auction Rooms. C 1 Ford, Auctioneer.
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom, ISO First st.,
rtt 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson. Auctioneer.
1VANHOE LODGE. NO. 10. K. OF. P.
Regular convention tonight at 8 o'clock In
Pythian Hall, eighth floor, Manjuam bldg.:
Knight rank; special Invitation extended to
visiting conductors, who are members or the
order and other visiting Knights cordially In
vited: L. VEYSEY. C. C.
FRED P. HOLM. K. of R. and S.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO. 11L A.
T. A. M. Regular coram unlcatloa
this (Monday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Work E. A. degree. All M. M. wel
come. C E. MILLER. Secretary.
CAM ELI A CHATTER, NO. 27, O.
E. S. A stated communication this
(Monday) evening. S o'clock. Hill's
HalL By order W. M.
ESTHER KANE, Secretary.
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO. 2 A.
F. & A- M. Stated communication
kthls (Mcroaay) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
M. W. J. W. Hodson. P- O. 31.. -will
deliver an address on "Masonrr: Its
History and Isfluence." The officers and members-
of coacurrent lodges- sd all visiting
brethren la the city "are cordially invited "to
attend "thl meetlsg. A full attendance ox
meBfeefS is desired. By enter of the W. M.
TV. S. IWBEKS, Secretary,
easy to keep
clean, and cheap.
they are cool,
artistic. Now is
to buy them.
6. W. JErOWXE, Mgr.
PHONE MATS' 22i
1M and UBERIS8K Sts.
RADER In this city, at her late residence.
1774 East ftth St.. May 14. 1903, Mrs. Annie
Rader. aged 34 years 10 months and "1 days.
WILLTAMS At the residence. 11 East Tenth
N.. May 14. 1905. Alice, beloved daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Williams, aged 10 months
and 20 days. Funeral will take place today.
May 15, at 3 P. M-, from F. S. Dunning.
Chapel, corner East Alder and East Sixth
streets. Friends invited.
MEYERSTEIN-In this city. May 12. 1903.
Rebecca Meyerstcln, aged 49 years 2 months
and S days. Wife of Julius Mcyersteln and
daughter of Mrs. Jacob Rich, of this city.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at Finlcy's Chapel today at 2
P. M. Please omit flowers.
DUNNING, McENTEE & GIXBAUGIL
successors to Dunning & Campion, BBder
takers and embalmers, modern la every de
tail. Ttli and fine, 1'b.oae Mala 430. Lady
EDWARD nOLMAN CO.. Undertakers sad
embalmers, have moved to their sew baUd
Icg. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. C87.
jr. P. FTNLEY & SOX. FaBeral Directors,
cor. Sd aad Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 62.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers. 27$ But'l; East 1088; lady as'C
Marquam Grand Theater
W. T. fAHSLE
FHOMS MAIN b6S.
Wednesday Evening, May 1", 1905.
MR. REGINALD L. HIDDEN.
Edgar E. Counrn, Accompanist.
Trices Parquette. $1; parquette circle. 75c;
balcony. 75c and 50c; boxes and lores, $7.60.
Advance sale of peats will open tomorrow
(Tuesday) morning at 10 o'clock.
Milton TV. Seaman. Resident Manager.
' THE EMPIRE STOCK COMPANY,
Presenting High-Class Plays.
Matinee every day. 2:15; evening at S:1S.
All this week another big success, pack
ing the house to capacity the powerful 5
"A WOMAN'S REVENGE."
7 ZINN'S FAMOUS TONY BALLET 7
OTTO riECHTL'S TYROLEAN QUINTET.
Shown by the Staroscope.
Shows 2:30. 7;30, 3 P.M. Admission, 10c
20c and 25c.
THE GREAT RICHARDS.
MR. AND JIBS. J. P. LEE AND LITTLE
MR. JOSEPH BONNER.
THE G RANDISCO PE.
Lewisand Clark Observatory
New open. Take Portlasd Heights ear and get
oS at Hawthorne Terrace, one block from car
Use. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most marnlflceat view la America. Sea
Beautiful e&ect of powerful aearchllrht Sroa
tap of tower. Open 8 A. M. to 8 P. H.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
TO LEASE 25-ROOM HOTEL IN CITT. FUR
nlshed or unfurnished. Apply to C. H. Pig
srott, lawyer, onwer. 4 Wullcey bldg cor. 2d
and Morrison sta.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, Cltysnd Farm
Insurance In All Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
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FOR THIS WEEfc
MONDAY, MAY 15, 2P.M."
At 293 Grand Ave.
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 10 A. M.
At 211 First SI.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 10 A. M.
At 7S2 Kelly St.
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 10 A. M.
At 211 First St.
FBIDAY, MAY 19, 2 P. M.
At 211 First St.
C. L. FORD, Auctioneer.
See daily papers, Sunday, May 14,
for particulars of sales. P. A. R.
Success Is Saving
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
RESOURCES OVER $ 1 ,000,000
IS THE PLACE TO DETOStJ.
WE PAY 3 PER CENT '
ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
And from 34 per cent to 4 per cent on'
certificates of deposit that can be drawn
at any time by giving a certain number
of days notice. Send for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. P1TTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
The most desirable building site
in Portland; surrounded "by palatial
homes with an unobstructed view of
our famous mountains; the only ex
clusively high-class residence property
supplied with bitulithic streets, ce
ment sidewalks, Bull Bun water,
sewer and gas laid to each lot Take
Washington-street car to City Park
and get off at Park Ave. Por plats
and prices call on or address
Grindstaff & Schalk
216 STARK STREET.
The geographical CENTER of Portland.
The most DESIRABLE ar.d only EXCLU
SIVE residence district in the city.
Has Improved streets, gas. electric lights,
water mains, trolley lines and sewers.
Lots sold on advantageous terms to home
builders. Seeing Is believing.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
Third Street, Room 4, Portland, Oregon.
California -"Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 92u0 acres of irri
gated land In 20-acre farms at $50 to $70 per
acre one-fourth cah. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to
Tulare City. 2 miles from BIl-s Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruit, vege
table, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from Bllm Lands (Inc.), care Sullivan & Sul
livan. Lawyers, 010 rarrott bldg., San Fran
cisco. At a Sacrifice
Nice, new, clean, little saloon; good
location; rent $15 per month. Will
sell cheap on account of illness of
proprietor. "Will bear investigation.
A rare snap if taken at once. Ad
dress X1 76, Orcgonian.
We offer for sale the beautiful and sightly
home of the late Dr. Herbert CardwelL ,23th
and Johnson. There are about 2 lota with
new 11-room dwelling, built after the lat
est design, and will be ready for occupancy
about June 1. For particulars see Grind
etaff & Schalk. 248 Stark at.
West Side: $5300 ( house, close Inf rent
$55; brtnp 1S& per ccnL
Fine Dtislncss corner close In, $$500.
Eaft Side: Cast Ankeny, near Gra.nd
ave., Cull lot. mammoth fruit trees, 6-
roora house, $2600.
F. FUCH8, 149 First Bt.
Oa Pertiaad real estate at lowed rate.
THles iBsared. Abstracts Xarakaed.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
6 aad ? Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
CHOICE CORNER LOT. CENTRAL. WEST
Side, sood baUdtng. Income $500 per month.
y 8i. Oregonian.
$20-MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE, 60-FT.
lot. cement walks; choice fruit and flowers.
722 E. Askenr.
MODERN HOUSE JUST FINISHED IN
Hollsday'a Addition. Owner must telL F
ACREAGH XRAR CAR LINE, MILES TROM
Morrisaa st. bridge. C K. SaUard. MUwaa
$1990 BBAUTDTUL 5-ROOM COTTAGE CAR
lice; liberal terms-. 326 E. 11 IK Owner
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND FULL LOT AT
Me9 Desver ave. aear .acxa jumu; $eoo.
TOR SALE REAL 'ESTATE.
DO TOU KNOW
Tbat tae White Salmoa Valler He opposite
Hood River, with a southern slope; tbat It
ralces liner, berries ten days earlier, than
Hood River; that oar berries are ripe now;
that we do not have to Irrigate; that we
aave a, better climate aad richer soli than
Hood River; that oar cherries, peaches and
apples are hard to excel both la quality and
quantity of production; that from one O-year-old
tree Captala C H. Cook gathered 27
boxen of SpiUeaberg apples; that you can
buy fine berry and orchard land for less
than la Hood River? If you don't know
these- facts, send for our book of bargains.
White Salmon Land Co.. White Salmon.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city- limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $10 per
month with water. A. C. Churchill & Co.,
"Inc.." 110 2d et.
Only 12 of our lots lefL Thejare the best
and the cheapest on the Heights.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO.,
222 Failing bldg. Phone Main 53S3.
SEEING IS BELIEVING PORTLAND
Heights Is the most desirable residence sec
tion of Portland; will sell Iota close in on
car line, "unobstructed view, at half ruling
prices; investigate; special Inducement to
person who will build good residence. F. A.
Insley, 4 IS Oregonian bldg.
FOR SALE QUARTER BLOCK SOUTHWEST
corner 12tb and East Stark et., with 2-story
8-room house and 2-story barn; $5000; terms
$1000 down and balance In annual payments
or S1000. Mall Si Co.. 333 East BurasJde. or
telephone Private Exchange 3L
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN. LOT
fenced, fruit trees two blocks from car;
cash or terms. Ryder. MontavlUa. Thone
BARGAIN NEW. MODERN. COLONIAL
residence, close in. East Side; also 7-room
house, nearly new. Address Gordon. 49S
HOUSE OF 0 ROOMS AND LOT 50X100;
211 I2th st. Apply to J. P. Bronaugh, 11
FOR SALE LOT 50X100 AT RICHMOND;
low price. Owner, 3S0 Water st.. West Side.
FOR SALE BY NON-RESIDENT, 3 ACRES
all in hlght otate of cultivation; 5-room house;
city water: on car line; near University.
Apply 11. C Smlthson. owner. 221 Washing
ton at., near 1st.
HERMOSA PARK. SEASIDE-IMPROVED
lots for sale; graded streets, sewers and
water main; finest residence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert, Jr.. Seaside. Or.
tnwv-jviuuiu mvacni uouza ana lull lot.
310 29th Bt.. near Savler; easy terms. For full
particulars phone Mala 316.
CHOICE NEW. MODERN. S-ROOM RESI
dence. northwest corner Fifteenth and Eaot
Taylor street. C. W. Pallctt, SOI Fenton bldg.
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10
rooms. 315 22d st. Price low. Owner, Mrs.
W. A. Dalr. The Brown. 271 Grand ave.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. A 6-ROOM MOD
em house, fine location; 51500; small pay
ment: balance to suit. Phone Union 3552.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lenta, Or. Take Mt. Scott car. Sc.
NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, $2750 EAST MADI
son. near E. 29th; full lot; terms to suit.
James N. Davis, owner, 7 First Bt.
6-ROOM HOUSE AND 0 LOTS, IMPROVED
and fenced, at Woodlawni price $1250. Town
send. Drlggs & Co., 2SD Alder st.
BARGAIN A FINE LOT ON UNION AVE..
near Russell st.. only $000. Hatfield &
Smith. 105j 4th sU. room 32.
LOTS. 50X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE.
and 40th at.; $200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251
Alder st. Open evenings.
$7500-3 MODERN 0-ROOM HOUSES. CLOSE
In; yearly income, $000; terms; East Side.
Apply 05 E. Sth at.. N.
A BARGAIN LOT ON WILLLVMS AVE..
near Hancock. See owner. J SO. Oregonian.
FOR SALE FARMS.
TAFT &. CO.
122-3-5-6 Ablngton Blk. Main 13d.
FEW SELECT BAHGA1NS.
62S ACRES Polk County. 1 mile from
railroad station: 200 acrt! under high state
of cultivation: 100 acre now rndv for nlotv:
balance of land in oak; plenty of wood to '
payfor clearing land; good house. 3 rooms;
-waierea ay wen ana ,inngs: one or oest
fenced farms In the slate: R. F. D.: also
phone. High-class ranch In every rcsjtect.
Very easy terms can be had. Price. $16
13S ACRES Near Dallas. Polk -County: 45
acres in cultivation, 20 acres more slashed
and cleared: balance In wood; lots of choice
fruit In good bearing; good 6-room house.
2 barns; good springs; lots of farming tools,
8 head of cattle. 37 goats. 5 hogs. 2 horses.
Everything complete. -Good, modern, up-to-date
farm. Price, only $3500.
SO ACRES Near Hlllsboro. 33 acre, in
cultivation; balance In timber: S-room house,
good barn, all kinds of outbuildings; 7 cowz.
good team of horses, wagon and all kinds
of tools necessary on rood farm; fine crop on
place now; splendid orchard. This is bar
gain at $3000.
320 ACRES Well-improved, good build
ings; best-located farm In Polk County: all
good land. Will exchange for Portland
30 Vi ACRES Good new 7-room house, large
new barn. 12 acrea hops: all in cultivation
and In crop; nice young orchard; $3000;
33 ACRES Good house and barn, all well
fenced: 30 acres In cultivation: 2 horses. v 2
cows, wagons, plows, harrows and lots small
tools; lots chickens: ome fruit; 1 mile of
good live town. Polk County; $3000.
60 ACRES-AU In cultivation; good new
bou!e. big barn, plenty or fruit; 40 acres in
grain; well fenced; 3 hones, 2 cows, mower,
raker, harness, plows, harrow, all necessary
tools; lots hay In barn; a beautiful little
home; i-mlle from good live (own. Polk
County; price for everything, only $4500.
TAFT & CO.
122-3-5-6 Ablngton Block Main 156.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
A nice little home, located In one of the
additions to the City of Kalarna; 40 acres
in all. with 30 acres In cultivation; land
lays exceptional!)- good, soil black loam:
large bearing orchard: land fenced and
cross-fenced; G-room frame house, with
Plenty pure spring water piped to it; largo
frame barn, with 21 stall?; fine view of Co
lumbia River: most of land can be Irrigated;
fine for gardening, poultry or milk ranch.
Price, $1500; terms on part.
120 acrvwlth 30 acne under plow, bal
ance open pasture land; land lays nicely and
soil very rich; live water; large bearing or
chard; fenced and cross-fenced; good 5-room
house, large frame barn and other build
ings; with place go large team of horses,
harness and wagon, 11-head cattle, of which
6 are milch cows, 2 pigs, chickenx. cream
separator, plows, harrows, saws, axes and
numerous smaller .tools, besides household
furniture; close to school, on good county
road. 4 miles from town on N. P. Ry. and
Columbia River and C miles from Kalama.
Trice. $2500. with terms on parU
IMCS & WILLOUGHBT. Kalama Wash.
GET ACREAGE CONVENIENT TO FORT
LAND $200 DOWN: $100. one, two and three
years or labor, buys 10-acre tracts, choice
hop. fruit or garden land; good train serv
ice now and motor car soon. B. S. Cook &
Co.. 251 Alder at. Open evenings.
FREE LAND IN OREGON UNDER THE
"Carey Irrigation Act." Deed direct from
state; write or call today: booklets and map
free. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder at-. Port-'
land. Or. Open evenings.
225 ACRES. 1 MILE FROM RAILROAD STA
tlon; good buildings, water In house, large
bearing orchard. 30 acres In meadow; imme
diate possession; price $3000. Townsend.
Drlggs &. Co.. 2S3 Alder st.
FOR SALE 3 ACRES OF FINE LAND ON
Johnson Creek at $50 per acre; close to
Lents. J. L. Wells Co., 94 Grand ave.
FOR TIMBER CLAIMS OR FARM HOJIf
Rteads. call on or address A. C Palmer, 315
FOR SALE A NICE HOME AT BEAVER
ton; 13 acres; one-third cash. Box 73, Beav
FOR SALE CO-ACRE FARM NEAK OSWB--go.
Max Smith, the Savoy Restaurant. 160
TO EXCHANGE 5 FULLX-PADD D I VXD EN D
paylng shares In one of Mexico's best rubber
and coCee plantations: value $900; country
realty vicinity Portland: no agents. Address
C. L.. 276 Fremont it-. Chicago. IU.
TO EXCHANGE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
property, choice Improved quarter block la
northwft part of Portland, value $12,000.
C. H. KorelL 231 Washlngtoa at.
PORTLAND REAL ESTATE TO TRADE
for good milk ranch near city. Q 82,
TO LEASE-ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR. 27TH
aad Thunaaa sia: ground leexlOOr $700.
Mrs. C. Frier. 117 W. 17ta at, Lm Ab
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD RELINQUISH
ES en t. 25 acres good apple laud. 5 miles
from Columbia River, la Hood River dis
trict; 3.000,000 feet fir timber;" stream of
water on place. Call or address 34 E.
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD RELINQUISH
meat. Q 76. Oregonian.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
RESIDENCE PROPERTIES EVERY WH ERR.
especially West Side; also business proper
ties and rentals for customers. Townsend,
Drlggs & Co.. 2S3 Alder, ground floor.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2009
to $10,000: also business properties, $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyer. L. W. WfalUnx St Ox.
408 Ablngtoa bldg.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY , THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on the market.
We handle all kinds. Public land practice.
Collins Land Co.. Concord bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OT ti
er guaranteed land scrip on eaad ready u
locate. Maglnnl Is. Sea. 221 Falling bldg.
Horses. Vehicles aad Harness.
HORSES FOR SALE.
Two with records, which can be lowered;
others naturally speedy, that can take fast
records this season; matched teams, alnsle
drivers, actors, strictly trottlng-ered of very
best and most fashionable families, and sec
ond to none. Call on Mr. H. L. Miller at
Irvlngton Track. Brook-Nook Stock Ranch.
C. X. Larrabee. SS& 3d st.
FOR SALE A FTRST-CLASS SPAN OF
mules, weight about 1100 pounds. Inquire
May 17 and 18 at Popp-DIcJc Co., 234 2d eC.
HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles bought, sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall. 2S4 4th. Phone Main 220S.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND ZD-HAND
vehicles on coast for sale or hire. 211 Wain.
AN UPRIGHT FISCHER PIANO, FINE
piano, cheap for cash; will deliver. 421
Jefferson.-- Phone Main 5309.
GOOD PIANO FOR SALE. CALL AT GO N.
PORTLAND BIRD CO.. 127 NORTH CTH.
near Union Depot, carries the largest ,e took
of birds, animals and reptiles on the Coast;
hundreds of monkeys and parrots to select
from; we ship all over the U. S. and guar
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 roofif.
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2, Hamilton bldg.
BRAND NEW DRESS BUTT AND DINNER
jacket, tailor made, silk lined, best materi
al, cost $115; for man 5 ft. 10 In., weight
170 lbs.; will seU for $75 and pay tor al
terations W 65, Oregonian.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL
llard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
table, with privilege of buying; modern bar
fixtures, cheap priced. Brunswlck-Balke-Col-lender,
40 3d st.
WILL TAKE $00 FOR 20 CORDS. MORE OR
less; of second-growth wood on the Kennedy
road. G miles due east of Morrlson-st. bridge.
Frank C. Baker, owner. Hamilton bldg.
SOLID OAK BOOKCASE, WITH ADJUST
able shelves and curtains. 5 feet 6 by 5 feet
3. for sale cheap. Inquire 783 Northrup st
MANTEL BED t DOUBLE); WILL PAY TO
Investigate: also 2-burner gas heater with
tubing. Call 570 Mill or phone Front 671.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes and hats.
Call at 73fi N. 3d; phone Green 423.
FOR SALE ONE EDISON TRIUMPH PHO
nograph. 20 dozen records, everything com
plete. Phone East 1733.
18-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH: IN EXCEL
lent condition. Price. $325. W. J. Clemens,
273 Star st.
$17 FOR A $20 KINGERY CORN-POPPER
and peanut roaster. 2S5 Lamfbee St.; call
NEW AND 2D-HAND CASH REGISTERS
and safes: easy payments. 333 Ankeny st.
FOX TERRIER PUPPIES FOR SALE CHEAP
919 East Everett st. Phone East 1712.
SPACE 14 BY 20 IN MANUFACTURERS
building; booth all read. X 110. Oregonian.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 024
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 23C3.
FOR SA LE HALF-INTEREST IN NEW
30-ft. launch. E S7. Oregonian.
FOR SALE S MILCH COWS. IN Al CONDI
Itlon. with route. 22S E. 36th st.
lO-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN WHO IS SOBER
and understands tinning, plumbing and gen
eral jobwork; steady Job. Address O. O.
Hodsun. McMlnnville. Or.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO
sell bonded whisky on commission to retail
trade. Addreu Ronnie & Co.. 640 W. Main
St.. Louisville. Ky.
WANTED BRIGHT. ENERGETIC MAN.
capable of earning $1200 per year. Apply
to J. C. Slater, Portland Hotel, after 0:30
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE Busi
ness; paid while learning and work guar
anteed: open evenings. Barrett, 265 Morrison
t. room 301.
WANTED TWO GOOD BENCH HANDS;
hUo a man who understands setting up
stain-. Call 575 Vaughn St.. cor. 18th. J.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN
wholesale wallpaper house; must be a worker;
state age and experience. R 74. care Ore
gonian. WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOT3
to learn mattress making; good wages. Po
urs & Roberta Furn. Co., 43 Front, corner
Columbus California wine depot; headquar
ters cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines
5c per glais. P. Loratl. 14S 4th. Clay 1503.
WANTED A SALESMAN FOR WHOLESALE
cigar and tobacco house; state salary and
experience. Address A 80. Oregonian.
LOGGERS, MILLHAND9. FARMHANDS,
laborers, others work. See us. U. S. Em
ployment Co.. 193 Morrison. Main 1322.
AVERTISEfG REPRESENTATIVES. OcFI
clal Exposition Journcl, $50 weekly; before
10. after 4. 638 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write. 007 McKay bldg.
WANTED YOUNG" MAN (SINGLE) TO
travel and learn good-paying business. Call
10 to 4, room 7. 413 Washington.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS DRY PRESS
brick setter. Apply to Portland Brick &
Tile Co., 102 let sc. Portland. Or.
$23 TO $65 PER WEEK MADE BELLING
side and accident benefits for the Union Mu
xuel Aid Ass'n, 705 Marquam Bldg.
WANTED 1000 MEN TO SHAVE DAlLYf
best snave in the city ror 5 cents; largest
shop in city. 267 Flanders.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS ON
official World's Fair magazine; $50 weekly.
63S Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED GOOD STOVE SALESMAN,
travel SpoVnce territory; references re
quired. Box 740. city.
A BONANZA SIDE LINE FOR LIVE TBAV
ellng men. George M. Cole Co.. North
WANTED PRACTICAL QUARTZ MINER TO
accompany prospectors. Address N 60, Ore
gonian. CO ATMAK ER WANTED. DEVERLtNG Cz
Padden. 505-510 Main St.. Vancouver, Wash.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN, CITY, COUN
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
BOY. AGS T.6 TO IS, AT DEFIANCE TEA
Co., 2d and Ankeny ats. Call 8 A.M.
WANTED BRIGHT AND ENERGETIC MAN.
$14 per week. Address X 88, Oregonian.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCB;
reference required. 232 Stark st.
BOY WANTED APPLY SHEBHY BROS.
3S2& YamhllL near 4th.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRI
rate diseases of mes.
DISHWASHER WANTE D G ERM AN CAFE.
CARPENTER APPLY 231 STARK. MONDAY
OY WANTED. 15-39 FRONT ST.
HELP WANTED MALE.
5000 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED
at Hood River. Or.; parties must earns
with camp outfit, teats; bedding and cook
ing utensils; growers furnish camping
ground, wood aad water, aad will meet
you at train or boat aad haul you to fields
free. Pickers are paid 1 cents per quart:
packers, -cent per quart; write us and
we will band your letters to growers, who
will write you direct when to come and
give you further particulars. Picking will
begin about May 20 to 25. Hood River
Fruitgrowers Union. E. H. Shepard. Sec.
WANTED TEA AND COFFEE AGENT; A
hustling, capable man of large acquaintance
to work up a wagon route. In cltr or coun
try, for established firm: largest retailers
of the United States. Splendid inducements
offered to the trade: no graft. Good pay to
right party. Address, stating experience and
references. Grand Union Tea. Co.. Seattle,
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL FOR
wholemle home: previous experience not
necessary; good chance for advancement; per
manent position: $16 to- $20 per week, ex
penses and small commission; references re
quired. Address, with stamped envelop. Su
perintendent Travelers, 007 Sykes block, Min
3 BRICK MASONS WANTED BY J. L. MARS
at La Grande, Or., by May 16; 2 months"
steady work without delay; have all the
material" and money ready; wages $5 and up;
1t depends how much a man does; all plain,
common work: need 3 more brick mason by
June 1; could let subcontract to the right
men; nonunion desired.
This section is short of able-bodied men for
general common labor for a variety of work
at $2 to $2.25 a day.
Come to Portland.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North Second street.
WANTED FOR "U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED,
unmarried men, between the ages of 13 and
35. citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speaX
read and write English. For information ap
ply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sis..
WANTED EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS. A
long, steady Job. with good pay, will be
offered to the right kind of men. Call
Sunday or Monday, between 10 A. M. and
3 P. M.. room 203. St. Charles Hotel. Front
and Morrison st.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
watchmaking, engraving. Jewelers work;
'only practical working school for Jewelers;
money made learning. Seattle Watchmaking
and Engraving School. P.-I. building, Seattle.
WE ASSIST COMPETENT OFFICE MEN,
bookkeepers, stenographers, cashiers, collect
ors, salesmen, general clerical and commer
cial men. Business Men's Clearing-Houue,
501-5 McKay bldg.
WANTED 10.000 LABORERS. LOGGERS,
mill and railroad work. 'It you want work
come to Portland; wages. $L40 to $3 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co.,
240 Bursslde st.
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 YOUNG MAN. FROM 17 TO 23
years of age, for physician's laboratory; one
wltn some knowledge of drugs preferred;
opportunity to study medicine. E S3, Ore
gonian. WANTED AN" EXPERIENCED BOTTLER
as first hand for beer bottling; good wages and
permanent position for right party; state ex
perience. Address P. O. Box 205. Tacoma,
ACTIVE FIRE TNSURANCE SOLICITORS
wanted; exclusive agency for Portland open
to the right man for a large Eastern fire in
surance company. Address E 78. Oregonian.
WE PUT YOU ON THE STAGE STAGE
dancing, vaudeville acting, sketches, sing
ing, etc.. taught; terms reasonable. New
man's Theatrical Circuit, 351 Morrison.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR. CHORUS GIRLS,
comedians, sister teams, sketch teams. Illus
trated song singers, novelty . dancers, must
clans. 3514 Morrison, room 12.
WANTED OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
Highest prices paid for men's cast-oft cloth
ing, old shoes. Call 50 3d. near Pine. Phone
Hood 1S62. Orders attended to.
Wanted Mn to learn barber trade; steady
practice: expert Instructions: write for
terms. GUlman's College. 627 Clay st.. S. F.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND
downstairs work; references required: wages
$30. Apply 181 14th St.. cor. Yamhill, be
fore 12. Phone Main 2615.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. must be good cook: first-class wages
to right party. Apply 12th and Davis, Pa
cific Coast Biscuit Co.
GIRLS DT YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, X
Morrison. Mala 1223.
WANTED 10 GIRLS, 16 TEARS OF AGE OR
older to tend spinning machines; good wages.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup,
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230 YambiU. Phone Main
3 LADY DEMONSTRATORS OF GOOD AD
dress; experience not necessary: good wages.
Call Monday between 10 and 12, 410 Dekum
GIRL WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; willing to go to country;
good wages. Call 795 Park ave., near City
RAPID FREE-HAND PYROGRAPHIC BUR
ner for wood and leather: must furnish
samples of work. Address G 60. Oregonian.
WANTED CAPABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: must be good cook; good wages.
Call mornings, S34 Kearney St., corner 20th.
LADIES EARN $20 PER HUNDRED WRIT
lng short letters. Enclose stamped envelope.
American Batavla Works, Batavia. Illinois.
WANTED FIRST- CLASS LADY BEPRE
sentattves In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED FOR THE SUMMER. A COMPE--tent
woman for putting up fruit, making
jelly and Jams. W 79. Oregonian.
WANTED A GIRL TO GO TO THE BEACH.
Apply early today. Hotel Eaton, cor. Morri
son and East Pork, room 303.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
tell the new telephone Index. Inquire W.
J. Clemens. 273 Stark at.
WANTED A GIRL IN PRIVATE FAMILY
for general housework; must know how to
cook. 427 Washington st.
A .GERMAN GIRL FOR GERMAN FAMILY
to assist In general housework. 574 E.
Taylor. Phone East 2005.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
also nurse glrL Apply after 10 o'clock. 31
E. ISth. near Ash.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
wages $25. Cor. EL 12th and Schuyler sts.,
or phone East 2462.
WANTED A HOUSEKEEPER FOR A
family of 3, la the country. Address F
IMMEDIATELY GIRL ABOUT 16 TO As
sist with Infant for few hours daily. Apply
215 12th st.
NEAT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family. Apply 495 E. Davis, cor.
E. 10th sL
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
at 163 12ilr at. Apply Morrlson-st, en
trance. WANTED BRIGHT AND ENERGETIC WO
man, $14 per week. Address W 83. Orego
nian. WANTED LADY TO ASSIST IN TAILOR
shop at 231 Alder St., bet. 1st and 2d.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. FAM
lly of two; good wages. 302 Park st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
worlc 450 Larrabee St.. East Side.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAITRESS. ST.
Charles Restaurant. 200 Morri9on.
WANTED 2 LADY AGENTS; BIG MONEY
to right party. 404 Ablngton bldg. -
WANTED DRESSMAKERS. AT 441 MULT
nomah st,; call early Monday.
WANTED EXPER'PVD WAITRESS.
Watson's restaurant, 189 4tV.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS VEST' MAKERS.
Nlcoll. the Tailor. 108 Third St.
A WOMAN COOK WANTED AT 50 NORTH
6th. near Davis; restaurant.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E
work. Call 24 Adams at.
WANTISD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 131 East 16th st.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SECOND GIRL
- at 53 N. 18th st.
GinL'FOR GTSNSRAL HOUSEWORK. CALL
712 Hayt st. .
' KELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED--A THA CHER FOR SCHOOL Dis
trict No. 11, Waakiaiuai Cosaty. Washing
ton; wages, $49 a month; length of term,
S months. Address Q 74, Oregoaiaa.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR. CHORUS GIRLS
comedians, sister teams, sketch teams. Illus
trated song- stagers, novelty oancers, muM
siclans. 351 Morrison, room 12.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking; good, wages; small fam
ily. 340 Clifton, ear 7th, bet, Jackson
and Lincoln. Phone Main 3016.
WANTED YOUNG WOMAN CASHIER FOR
wholesale house: experience- and references
required. C S6, care Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
BOOKKKEEPERS X HAVE A SYSTEM
for checking calculations and posting with
which an error is impossible. Will send
to you for $3. H. O. Talt. Marlanna, Ark.
CLYDE'S SPECIAL ADVERTISING AGENCY
desires newspaper advertising solicitors, sub
scription hustlers; commission. 63S Cham
ber of Commerce.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
STENOGRAPHER WITH LONG EXPERI-
-ciiic tstiu auu o;uraic; lanes nidation
on machine; familiar with all kinds of office
work, wants work. Phone East 1219.
flATION WANTED EVENINGS BY
young man. bookkeeping or salesman; ex
perienced and competent; highest refer
ences. Address B 79. Oregonian.
YOUNG BUSINESS MAN WHO SPEAKS
and writes English. French. German and the
three Scandinavian languages, would like
position. Y 32, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN.
clerical work of any kind; collector or cash
ier: highest references furnished. .Addrees
Q SS. Orcgonian.
WANTED POSITION AS SALESMAN; CAN"
sell anything wholesale or retail; best ref
erences. H 83, Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER OR
general office work; first-class references.
G 86, care Orcgonian.
ENGINEER, JUST FROM THE EAST. 10
years experience with compound condensing
engines and all kinds of boilers; have chiefs
papers from Minnesota; no objections to leav
ing the city. J 77, Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, all kinds
of help. Black 992, 263 Everett st.
PIANIST (MALE) WANTS WORK. CAN
play shows. W. Payne, 605 West Bannock at..
SITUATION WANTED FOR FIRST-CLASS
pastry cook; hotel or confectioner!". Inquire
14S 4th st.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO DO
cooktng or housework; any place. M 86,
COMPETENT JAPANESE COOK WISHES,
position in family. Address P.-O. box 778.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO DO
any kind work without cook. Black 142.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS HOUSEWORK OF
any kind. P. O. Box 549.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
GIRL WANTS PLACE TO DO GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. 515 Northrup
COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS
work, assistant cook and dishwasher, all
day or at meal times. State wages. N S2.
SITUATION WANTED CHAMBERMAIDS,
cooks, housework girls, nurses, waitresses,
second girls. 230 Yamhill. Phone Main
FASHIONABLE MILLINER, 348 YAMHILL
st, I will visit your home by the day; hats
to order; remaking a specialty.
HOME LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS
Phone Scott 3846. Mrs. S. Scott,
LACS CURTAINS LAUNDERED IN FIRST
class style. Phone Union 2127.
THE CONSERVATIVE LIFE INSURANCE
Company wants industrial and Intermedi
ate agents to sell their intermediate poli
cies; the most liberal agency and policy
contracts on the market. Apply room 6.
Stearns bldg.. 6th and Morrison sts.
AGENTS TO SELL THE BEST, MOST Popu
lar faucet water filters made. Easy sellers,
good profit. Jones Manufacturing Co., Box
760, Helena, Mont.
WANTED BOOK, PICTURE AND PORTRAIT
hustlers. Rembrandt Studio. Ablngton bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW, GOOD
seller, big wages. 215 Commercial bile
WANTED TO BENT.
Rooms for the Exposition
In all parts of the city.
Apply Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
200 to 203 Goodnough building.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Exposition Corporation. Phone Mala 6266.
WANTED TO RENT. HOUSE CLOSE TO
business center in respectable neighborhood
by small family of adults; will rent for
short or long period, and guarantee excellent
care: rent must be reasonable. Addresa
P. O. box 137.
WANTED A NEATLY FURNISHED MOD
ern flat or cottage for 3 or 6 months; $35 a
month; must have two bedrooms; preferable
In Portland Heights or in fashionable suburb
near car line. Address P. Rossi, room 430,
WANTED TO RENT FOR FAIR PERIOD,
furnished house. 12. 15 or 20 rooms, in
good location, or two houses adjoining, 10
to 15 rooms each, by responsible Eastern
party with references. H 86, Oregonian.
SINGLE GENTLEMAN DESIRES ROOM AND
board In strictly private family in refined
neighborhood; must be close to business cen
ter; highest references furnished. Addresa
B 86, care Oregonian.
WANTED ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN WITH
ln walking distance of business section; per
manent; outside room with private bath pre
ferred. Address P 80, Oregonian.
CALD70RNLV GENTLEMAN DESIRES ROOM
and board, modern conveniences, permanent,
private family preferred; references given.
Address H 85. Oregonian.
WANTED TWO GENTLEMEN DESIRE 2
single rooms and board with private fam
ily; permanent, central location; state v
terma. E 84. Oregonian.
GENTLEMAN WANTS COMFORTABLE
room, close In. privilege of bat'i.- with or
without board; state particulars. Address.
C 80. care Oregonian.
WANTED TWO OR THREE NICE HOUSE
keeplng rooms by a married couple; good,
location; will pay $40 a month. S 88, care
4 OR 5 YOUNG GENTLEMEN WOULD LIKE
board In private family; 5 minutes walk
from Oregonian bldg. Address T 77, Ore
gonian. WANTED TO RENT. SMALL COTTAGE AT
Seaside, part or all season. 321 Chamber
of Commerce, or phone Main 2363.
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD. PRIVATE
family, within 8 blocks Eastern sawmill;
work nights. F 85, OregonIan
WANTED TO RENT, A BARN CENTRALLY
located, suitable for stalling 40 to 50 head
of horses. Inquire 108 7th st.
SUBURBAN HOUSE. FURNISHED. WITH
good water, garden, barn, near car line. Ad
dress B 89. Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSEBOAT FOR
Summer: say If furnished or unfumlehed.
Y 79. Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT SMALL FURNISHED
cottage; suburb or city; man and wife. F
FURNISHED COTTAGE. 2 ADULTS, WEST
Side; state price. T 88. Oregonian.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHINfJ
aad shoes: highest price paid. Call at tin -r .
Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood SIT. - 'V
WANTED LOAN OF $2000 AT 7 PER CENT'
on well Improved suburban acreage. H SS,
WE CALL FOR DSAD HORSBS AND CAT
tit DC all kinds. Phaaa'Eaat 2233.