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THE MORNING OKBGOaJULST, THTJBSDAT, MAY ,18,. 1905.
ACTOR IS STABBED
Frank Montgomery Is Injured
During a Play.
ATTACK PROVES TOO REAL
A. Scale, Playing. Part of Injured
Father, Wounds leading Man -kt
the Empire Theater .,
TVith a Knife.
At the close of the first act of "A
"Woman's Revenge." the current attrac
tion at Uie Empire Theater yesterday af
ternoon, Frank Montgomery, the lead
ing man, was painfully stabbed In the
neck with a knife In the hands of A.
Keale, playing opposite to him. Mr. Mont
gomery secured the attendance of a
physician between acts and went on
with his role. Iast night, in spite of the
fact that the wound pained fearfully,
the pluck' leading man played his part up
to his usual standard.
Stabbing an Accident.
The stabbing was a clear accident, and
Mr. Montgomery has no word of blame
for Mr. Keale. Mr. Ncale is an m actor
who "gets into his part," and becomes en
thused with the role he is playing. At
the end of the first act of "A Woman's
Revenge," in which Ncale plays John
Inglcside, the father of the girl who has
been wronged, he Is supposed to attack
his daughter's paramour with a knife f
snatched from the well-curb on the spur
of the moment, and strike him on the
cheek, making a nasty wound. Yester
day afternoon too great an cle
ment of realism entered into the play,
and when Ncale struck with the knife
It turned in some manner, passed through
a double collar Mr. Montgomery was
wearing, and into the neck near the
back, making an ugly wound about an
Physician. Is Called.
With great presence of mind. Montgom
ery stepped In the wings and asked a
stage hand to send for a physician. In
another moment he was pack on the
stage taking his part and listening to
the tall piece as spoken by Miss Cham
berlain, the leading lady. Blood was
flowing from the wound as the act closed,
and It is doubtful if cither could have
stood it a minute longer. Between the
first and second acts a physician took
three stitches in the wound, and Mont
gomery played out the piece. After the
final curtain he was assisted to his resi
dence, where the wound was again
dressed. He went on as usual last night,
but when the end of the first act came
both Montgomery and Ncale were ner
vous and careful that the unpleasant
episode should not be repeated.
"I cannot blame Mr. Neale," said Mr.
Montgomery last night. "He was in his
part and was extremely nervous. He
struck hard at me, as he always docs. In
an effort to make the scene as realistic
as possible. I felt the force of the blow
against my collar, but did not realize I
was struck until I put my hand up to
my neck and found the knife still stick
ing there. I stepped in the wings and
pulled it out. As Neale fell away from
me he said, 'I've stabbed you, Frank!'
but I did not realize it until fully half
a minute afterward. I whispered to a
stagehand to send for a doctor, then
stepped quickly back on the stage and
went on. The act didn't last but two
minutes longer, and I had no lines to
speak, so it wasn't very hard. Immedi
ately after the curtain fell I got a physi
cian and had the wound dressed."
"I was In my part and very much
wrought up." said Nale, "and I sup
pose my hand turned slightly as I struck,
enough to tend the knife through the col
lar and into tho neck instead of going
over the shoulder, as it should. I am
very sorry, but of course It was an ac
cident and cannot be helped. You can
bet I'll be careful enough In future"
'TIS ENERGY WINS THE WAY
South Mount Tabor Class to Receive
Graduating exercises of the South
Mount Tabor School, Professor W. A.
Law, principal, will be held in the school
liouse at South Mount Tabor tomorrow
evonlng. The class motto is, "Energy
wins the way," and the colors arc red and
white. Following Is the programme:
Class march. Miss Elnora. Blohm; invo
cation; club swinging, seventh grade:
chorus. "To, Ho, Gallant Sailors"; read
ing, W. H. Forrest; violin solo. Dr. J.
Harkins; vocal solo. Miss Marion Brodie;
address. Judge J. C. Caples; vocal solo,
J. C. Cronan: presentation. Chairman
George A. Brodie; trio. "A Bird in
Hand"; chorus, "America"; benediction.
A class of 35 will receive their diplomas
from the grammar grade, part of whom
will attend the Portland High School
If Safer Is Cuttlar Teeth.
Be sure ana use tfiut ola and well.trled remedy,
Mrs. WlasloWs. Soothing Syrup, for childrea.
teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums,
atlays al! pain. cur wind colic and diarrhoea.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. May 17. Maximum tempera
ture, 59 deg.; minimum. 43. River reading at
11 A. M., T.r. feet; change In past 2 hours,
none. Total precipitation. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.,
O.04 Inch; total since September 1. 1004,
H0.24 inches; normal. 42.S2 Inches; deficiency,
M2.5S Inches. Total sunshine May 16, 1903,
3 hours nad SO minutes; possible, 13 hours.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at 3 P. M.,
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Xamloops, B. C.
Salt Lake City..
Walla. Walla. . . .
0.12 81 W
10.001 61 E 1
'50 0.00 22 NW
1661 T 12iW
. IS2I0.00 4
.. 76 0.001 61
. 174 T I26INW
.. 62 0.00112 jW
.. 60KMH) 14 N"
V56I T (12N
Forecasts made at Portland for the SS
hours esdlag at midnight. May IS:
Portland and Tlelalty Fair and warmer.
Oregon. Waskiegtea and Idaho Fair and
warmer. Winds wostly northwesterly.
Showers a4 tkusSertors have Prevailed
in the Kerth Pacific States daring the last
84 hows. It Is HMKfc eeeler Jn all seetleaa,
ta testperw cast eC'th Caeade Mm-
Fifth and Washington Street
Beams, fl.99 to $8.99 Tcr Day
According te Loeatlea.
J. F. SAVXES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
EHfopcsB Plaa Roost 0c te $1.50
Flrat-CIas Restaurant In CobbccUob
TiTe ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAR ANDERSON, Manager
Front and -Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and from all trains
Rates European plan, 50c, 75c, $ 1 , $ 1.50, $2 per day
Sample rooms in connection
tains having fallen from 12 to 22 degrees
The rains have ceased and the indications
are that fair and warmer weather will pre
vail In the North Pacific States during the
next 21 to 36 hours.
A. B. WOLLABER.
Acting District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TO DAT.
At Gilman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washing
ton St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Oilman,
At Baker's Auction Hou.e, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at 10 A. M. George Baker &. Co.,
At the Portland auction-rooms. 211 First
st., bet. Taylor and Salmon. Sale at 10 A.
M. sharp. C L. Ford, auctioneer.
rri.TTMRTA tjnnrcc NO. 14. A. F.
& A. M. Stated communication this
(Thursday) evenlnc. 8 o'clock, Ma
sonic Temple. Work in K. C degree.
All F. C Masons Invited.
B. S. l'AGUE, secy.
MINERVA LODGE. NO. 10. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Thursday) evening at
S o'clock. First degree. Visitors welcome.
B. llLOTZ, Secretary.
ARBUTUS CIRCLE will give a whist and
dancing party Saturday evening. May 20, In
Woodman Hall, on 10th and Washington. Ad
mission 15c: refreshments.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO. 111.
A. F. & A. M. Special communi
cation this (Thursday) evening. S
o'clock. Burkhard building. Work
In the M. M. degree. All M. M.
welcome. By order of the W. M.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary.
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
ROSE C1TV CHAPTER. U. D. O. E. S. are
requested to attend the funeral of our late
ulster. Orianna Hoover, at Dunning' chapel,
cor. East Alder and 6th st., at 4 o'clock
P. M. Officers please meet the W. M. at
3:50 o'clock at chapel. By order W. M.
SARAH B. GUERIN. Secretary.
OREGON COMMANDERT. NO.
1. K. T- Special conclave this
evening at 8 o'clock. Order of
the Red Cross. Visiting Sir
Knights courteously invited.
W. S. MACRUM. Recorder.
VEREIN EINTRACHT Members ;tre re
quested to attend the funeral of our de
ceased member. li. D. I.au, which will take
place from Red Men' Hall. 170 Second St.,
cor. Tamhill, tod5". Thursday, at 1:30 P. M.
GEORGE HAROLD. Secretary.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14. O. E. S- Officers and
members are requested to meet at
chapter rooms at 3:30 o'clock this
(Thursday) afternoon to attend the
funeral of our late beloved sister, Orianna
Hoover. ,By order W. M.
WILLAMETTE TRIBE. NO. 6, IMPROVED
ORDER OF RED MEN Special meeting at
our Wigwam today at 1 P. M. for the pur
pose of conducting the funeral services of
our late brother. IL D. Leu. Interment at
Red Men's plot. Rlvervlew Cemetery. All
brothers are requested to be present and
members of other tribes or visitors In this
city are invited to attend.
A. E. BUTTMEK, C Of K.
SECOND WARD ATTENTION Meeting
Thursday, May 18. 8 P. M-, Larowe Hall,
Twenty-third and Kearney, of thone favoring
Hugh w. waiiaco for Councilman.
GODWIN At White Rock. Utah. May 12.
1905. Edward D. Godwin. Interment at
Crescent Grove Cemetery, near Tigardvllle.
Funeral notice later.
ROLAND In this city. May 1C. 1903. at North
Pacific Sanitarium, Jacob U. liolana. aged
73 years, 2 months and 23 days. Remains at
Zeller-Byrnes Co. parlors. Will be sent to
Lebanon. Or., May IS, where interment will
HOOVER The funeral cervices' for Mrs. C
L. Hoover will be held at Dunning Chapel,
corner of East Alder and East 6th st..
Thursday at 4 P. .VI. Friends invited. In
terment at Rlvervlew Cemetery.
METATDR In Albany. May 17, 1903. Very
Rev. Louis 3lets-er. flean. agea til years.
Funeral will take place at Albany, May 19.
at 10 A. M. Oregon clergy respectfully
HOOVER At her late residence. 736 East
Salmon street. Orcanna Hoover, wire or
CT L. Hoover, aged 38 years, 9 months and
27 days. Funeral will take place today,
. May IS, at 4 P. M., from F. S. Dunnlng"a
chapel, corner Eaat Alder and East Sixth.
LAU In this city. May 10. 1903. Harry D.
Lau. aged f4 years. 7 months and 26 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral, which will
take place from Red Men's Hall. 170H Sec
ond street. Thursday, May 18. at 1:30
P. M.. under the auspices of Willamette
Tribe. No. 6. Improved Order of Red Men.
Interment at Rlvervlew Cemetery.
DUNNING, McENTEK GICRAT7GH.
sscceseers to DuBalac A Cashes, 8Ber
takerr and embalmers, -saodeni la. rezr de
tali, 7th asd Piae. Fbe&e afala &9. Xody
EDWARD EOUUX CO Undertakers ud
eEabalmers. have moved te thrir sew baild
C, Third mad Salaaaa. Xody aslrtaBj.
Telephone No. 691.
i. P. ITNLEX SON. THaeral Directors,
cor. Sd mad Madtses. OfSce of Ceasty C er
aser. Xadr assistant, Xetsehva No. B.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady sssUtefit. Telephone East U.
ZELLER-BTRXES CO.. UNDERTAKERS,
Embalm em 273 RhsI; Eajt IMS: lady Vt
California "Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 8200 acrea of Irri
gated land In 20-acr firms at $50 to $70 per
acre ooe-rourtn caca. Keacnec by southern
Pacific or Santa. Fe Overland Line, direct to
Tulare City. 2 allies from BIIm Laado.
Alfalfa, com. grain, Oeciduous fruits, vege
table, hogs, dairy catu thrive. Booklet xrea
I rem Silas La Bis (lac), care Salllvan & Sul-
ll-as. -Lawyers, ie Paxrott Meg., Su .rraa
cUoo. HOUSE-BOAT FOR SALE
Snag, well-hullt and practically new. part
ly furaished: price (366: 12x3S-fot fcettM
with walk ob all 4des. CPfceaB owaer. Mala.
OS j. or call roa 1M. Sfcerloefc cMg.
FlrtClass cheek Xeatasrut
Cesaecied WRh Hotel.
C. O. DAVIS, Sec ui Trea.
(Formerly Columbia Theater)
14th and Washington Sts. Phone Main 311.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday, and Special
Matinee Tuesday (Decoration Day).
By Special Arrangement With the Author.
The Heart of Maryland
First Appearance In Portland of
THE BELASCO STOCK COMPANY.
PPIPF Evenings. 15-75c;
r ll,t0 Matinees. 15-50c-Sain
of Seats Opens Saturday. May 20, at
the Theater and Dolly Varden Candy Store.
NEXT. "THE CLIMBERS."
Marquam Grand Theater
v. t. msie
Popular Trices at Night Bargain Prices at
Friday and Saturday Nights, May 10-20, 1803
Mstlnee Saturday at 2:30 o'clock.
J. ALEX HANNA
Presents Richard Wagner's Masterpiece
Together with "The Reign of Louis Xrv,,
on the Animated picture Machine.
Mrs. Walter Reed Will Sing Two Numbers.
Ex-enlnjf Prices Adults, 50c; Children, 25c
Matinee Prices Adult. 25c; Children. 13c
N Seats now selling.
EMPIRE THEATER E
Milton W. Seaman. Resident Manager.
THE EMPIRE STOCK COMPANY.
Presenting High-Class Plays.
Matinee every day. 2:15; evening at 8:13.
.All this week another big success, pack
lng the house to capacity the powerful 5
"A WOMAN'S REVENGE."
STAR THEATER &i&LIE
7 ZINN8 FAMOUS PONY BALLET 1
OTTO FIECHTL'S TYROLEAN QUINTET,
-HE EM CHILDREN,
Shown, by ins Stare scope.
Shows 2:30. 7:30. 9 P. M. Admission. 10c
20c and 23c
John L. Sullivan here week of May 29.
MATCHLESS MALE SOUBRETTE.
THE GREAT RIPIIARns.
MR. AND MRS. J. P. LEE AND LITTI.E
OR RES M'KNIGHT.
TEED AND LAZELLE.
MR. BOB WHITE.
Mil, JOE BONNER.
Universally recognized by theatrical man-
aociB no me jcaainjr instructor in Stage
work, prepares pupils In elocution for
Stace. DUlnlt. ntatfnrm nr nHMv innlu
personally or by letter.
261 Thirteenth St
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 ct tower. Open 8 A. M. to P. M.
ADMISSION. 19 CENTS.
The geographical CENTER of Portland.
The most DESIRABLE and 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 bellevlnr.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
88V& Third Street, Room 4, Pertlaad, Oregon.
At a Sacrifice
Nice, new, clean, little saloon: crood
location; rent $15 per month. Will
sell cheap on account of illness of
proprietor. "Will hear investigation.
A rare snap if taken at once. Ad
dress JS tb, Uregoman.
Pianos and Organs
Never again will you have a chance to get
an Instrument at a price and terms as dur
ing this sale; $400 pianos go for $275 and
$230 pianos go for $143. Terms from $8 per
month up. A. W. Meyer, 74 6th st-. near Oak.
We offer for sale the beautiful and afrhtly
home of the late Dr. Herbert Card well. 23th
aad Johnson. There are about 2 lots with
new llroom dwelling, built after the lat
est dsstga. aad will be ready for occupancy
about June L For particulars see Grind
eta & Schalk. 24S Stark st.
ABSTRACTS OF TITIiK
Jar rs carts are eoataleta aad aa
V 9trsJs& abstracts proaUy.
Ga teSB-sred Pertlaad Real Hits tin.
CSCtmXXT AMDUOI ZXDSX CS.
3IS Worcester Stack
UttoU wark. ihl aad periodical aadtta.
Yfcaaa Watt XI.
CLiSSLTIED AD. XATB.
faephn: Kwnm." "StrnsHns Wasted." IS
ward or less, U wii; libit wards. S
ccatst XI UtZS words. X eeet. etc. No dJ
txruat far addttieaal SaMrtleaa.
UNDER ALL OXHKK HEADS, ezeeat
"New Todar," M estfi far U ward or leas:
It t St ward. 44) caatoi Zl ta M wards.. St
eeata, etc Brsi laaertlaa. Eaah addltleaaJ
tniertloa. oac-balfi ma further dtocasnt ea
der. aaa aaoath.
"NEW TODAY (rasgs ateawsre agate), IB
eeats psr liae. arst Issertlaa: It eoata per
Uaa of each addltleaal laaertlea.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed cars The Ore-solas, aad left at this
afBeew aheaM always be laolosed la sealed
esTelopea. "o atuwp la repaired sa aaah
The Oresealaa will sot he reawosttbla for
errors hi advartUesaeata talcam threazh th
Would you like a fine corner lot In Scll
wood on Improved streets and sidewalks. In
two blocks from car line, for $175? This Is
one of the many snaps we have to offer In
Sellwood real estate We would like to
SELLWOOD TOWNSITE CO.,
Office at Sellwood and at 222 Falling bldg.
OLD GOLD, JEWELRY. BOUGHT, MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones
loose and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers, the Jeweler. 143 3d. near Alder.
FOR RENT A STOREROOM 22x60 FEET, 513
uitsan St., by Parrisn, watklna & Co., 2M
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU KNOW
That the White Salmon Valley Ilea opposite
Hood River, with a southern slope; that It
raises finer berries ten days earlier than
Hood River; that our berrlea ar ripe now;
that we do not have to Irrigate; that we
have a better climate and richer soil than
Hood River; that our cherries, peaches and
apples are hard to excel both In quality and
quantity of production; that from one 0-year-old
tree Captain C H. Cook gathered 27
boxes of Spltzenberg apples; that you can
buy fine berry and orchard land for H le&a
than In Hood RlvcrT If you don't know
these facts, ecsd for our book of bargains.
White Salmon Land Co., White Salmon.
FINE 20-ACRE TRACT NEAR LENTS; NO
gravel; ery sightly: J2300, $300 cash.
150 acres. 10 miles from Portland: 50 In
cultivation; good house and barn; tine or
chard; $33 per acre: easy terms.
Fine corner lot. West Side, business prop
erty; rent $60 per month; S6000; snap.
Fine S-room pressed brick house, modern,
one block from car line; nice fruit; fine lo
cation; $3730. 32500 cash.
Nice modern 3-room cottage on car line,
$1750; $200 cash. $15 per month.
10 acres near Lents. $800; $50 cash. $75
every 6 months. 7 per cent. r
CHARLESON & CO..
310 Allsky Sldg. Phone West 361.
$10,000 BUYS 100X100 WITH 3 MODERN
houses in best residence portion of city:
revenue pays 18 per cent net; $8500 cash
will handle It.
Lot SOxlOd with 4 fiats, within 2 blocks
Portland Hotel. $14,300; $8000 cash; lease
brings It per cent.
3 acres in highest state cultivation, with
R-roora hou. city water, on car line, near
UnlverMty. $3200: $1700 cash.
J. V. CREIGHTON & CO..
103!i Third Street. Room A.
ACRE TRACTS WE HA?)LE 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 st.
Only 12 of our lots left. They are the best
and the cheapest on the Heights.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO..
222 Falling bldg. Phone Main 53S3.
FOR SALE QUARTER BLOCK SOUTHWEST
corner 12th and East Stark st.. with 2-story
B-room house and 2-story bam: $5000; terms
$1000 down and balance in annual payments
of $1000. Mall A Co., 303 East Burnslde. or
telephone Private Exchange 31.
FIVE-ACRE TRACT IN CULTIVATION. IN
crop, new windmill and water unk. small
barn and house, all fenced. 10 blocks east
and 4 blocks south Woodstock Station. John
UERMOSA PARK. SEASIDE IMPROVED
lets for sale; graded streets, eewers and
water main; finest residence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert; Jr.. Seaside. Or.
I WOO 10-room modern house and full lot.
349 25Hh t-, near Savler; easy terms. For
full particulars phone Main 316.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE BEAUTIFUL
lot In Willamette Heights. 30x177 feet, for
first-class roomng-house or acre property
near by. 326 Washington st.
I $40,000100x100 GOOD BUSINESS PROP
' erty. brick. Improvements, rented $375 per
j month, chance to Increase, no agents. Ad
dress Box 2003. city.
SNAP BY OWNER. NON-RESIDENT, SS
lots on car line, improved; at University, 6
room houw, $3200. H. C. Smith Kon. 224
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN. LOT
fenced, fruit trees, two blocks from car;
cash or terms. Ryder. Montavilla. Phone
FOR SALE CHEAP: MUST BE SOLD WITH
in 10 days, a-room cottage, bath, .gas, 500l
c. uu cur. 101a; lot ovjuw. .rfione juin
CHOICE NEW. MODERN. S-ROOM RESI
dtnee. northwest comer Fifteenth and East
Taylor street. C W. Pallett, 304 Fenton bids.
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OF 10
rooms. 15 22d st. Price low. Owner, Mrs.
W. A. Daly. The Brown. 271 H Grand ave.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
6-ROOM HOUSE AND 6 LOTS. IMPROVED
and fenced, at Wood Lawn; price $1230. Town
send. Drlggs tz Co., 260 Alder at.
$1650 NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE AND 2
urge lots on cor. Grand ave. and Shaver su
See owner, 304 Shaver st.
LOTS. 50X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE.
and 40th St.; $200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251
Alder st. Open evenings.
SIGHTLY WEST SIDE LOTS. BANCROFT
ave., s line, by owner. .v0 each; terms, G.
W. Watt. 410 McKay bldg.
$7500-3 MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES. CLOSE
m; yearly income $W0; terms; East Side.
Apply S3 E. Sth at., N.
FOR E ALE 6-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT 50x100
oa 24tb and Reed, near Fair ground. In
quire at 270 Alder st.
$2250 MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. B0-FT.
lot. cement walks, caclce fruit and flowers.
722 E. Ankeny.
MODERN HOUSE. JUST FINISHED. IN
Holladay's Addition; owner must sell. F
FOR SALE-5 ACRES ON THE ST. JOHNS
line; fine property. Inquire of owner, 360
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE, G MILES FROM
Morrlsoa st. bridge. C K. Ballard. Mllwau
A BARGAIN" LOT ON WILLIAMS AVE..
near Hancock. See owner, J S3, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE LOT 50X100 AT RICHMOND;
lew price. Owner. 360 Water St.. West Side.
FOR SALE LAND 8 CRIP.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLT
van a forest reserve scrip on the market.
we aancie au kinds, public laaa practice.
Collins Lied Co.. Concord bldg.
FOR2ST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OT3
er guaranteed laad scrip en sand ready ta
jccaxe. Magianis c Eos. zzt jrauiag niog.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
160 ACRES TIMBER. 3,000.600 FIR. NEAR
logging stream, large body timber adjoin
ing; $7.0 per acre, tsox, otw.
Caa locate hamesteass. timber claims. Cen
tral Oregea. T. M. O'Coaaell. Prinerllle. Or.
FOR SALE HOMESTEAD
ment. Q 76. OregsaUn.
TO LEASE ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR, 27TH
and Tharsaaa sta: creusd lGfeclCO; $709.
Mrs. a Frier. 1817 W, 17th st-. Lo Ab-
- TO EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGK FINE BRICK BLOCK
and flae. 9-rsaia Kease far Lcs Angeles or
. CottB-ty. CaMfat-ala, property. 2MH Re
sell sc. H-
FOR SAMS FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
A alee little home, located ta ede of the
additloaa to the City of Kal&raz.; 49 acrea
la all, with 30 acrea la cu'.tivatloa; land
lays exceptionally gocd. soil black loam;
large bearlag orchard; land fenced and
cross-feaced; 6-room frame house, with
plenty pure spriag water pipad to It; large
frame hara. with 34 stalls; fine view of Co
lumbia River; moat of land can be Irrigated;
fine for gardening; poultry or milk ranch.
Price. $1500; terms on part.
120 acrea, with 30 acrea under plow, bal
ance open pasture land: land lays nicely and
soil very rich; live water; large bearing or
chard: fenced and crocs-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, or which
6 are milch cows. 2 pigs, chicken, cream
separator, plows. haVrotvo, saws, axe and
numerous smaller tools, besides household
furniture; close to school, on good county
road. 4 miles from town oa N. P. Ry. and
Columbia River and 6 miles from Kalama.
Price. $2300. with terms on part.
IMUS fc WTLLOUGHBY. Kalama. Wash.
GET ACREAGE CONVENIENT TO PORT
LAND $200 DOWN; $100. one, two aed three
yean 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.. 231 Alder at. Open evenings.
225 ACRES. 1 MILD FROM RAILROAD STA
tlon; good buildings, water irr bouse, large
bearing orchard, 30 acres In meadow; Imme
diate possession: price $3000. Townsend,
Drlggs & Co.. 2t Alder st.
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.. 231 Alder. St.. Port
land, Or. Open evenings.
FREE GOVERNMENT FARM LANDS JUST
opened to settlement: level valley land; no
stone or Umber; water and soil first class.
Room 66, Labbe bldg., cor. 2d and Washing,
$3400-86 ACRES. 40 CULTIVATION: LARGE
pew 7-room house: barn; bearing orchard;
Improved farming Implements: 11 head cat
tle; 13 hogs; terms, 468 E. 0th st.
FOR SALE 330-ACRE FARM; WELL IM
proved; bottom; on Columbia River. Will
feed 75 cows. M. P. Whalen. Woodland,
FOR SALE FINE DAIRY AND GRAIN
farm, 200 acres, only $4000; big bargain. V.
Claded. Sclo. Or.
FOR TIMBER CLAIMS OR FARM HOME
eteads. call on or address A. C. Palmer, 315
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
RDSHJENCE PROPERTIES EVERYWHERE,
especially West Side; also business proper
ties and rentals for customers. Townsend,
Drlggs & Co.. 2S3 Alder, ground floor.
I WISH TO PURCHASE 8 OR 9-ROOM
house, location with good view preferred.
Address, "naming spot cash price and full
particulars, Q 90, Orcgonian.
WB WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2009
to $10,000; also business properties. $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W- Whiting & Ox.
408 Ablngton 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, single
drivers, actors, strictly trottlng-bred of very
best and most fashionable families, and sec
ond to nor. Call on Mr. H. L. Miller at
Irvlngton Track, Brook-Nook Stock Ranch.
C. X. Larrabee. S5& 3d st.
SNAP $150 BUTE PAIR OF BAYS. HORSE
ana mare, weigh 2500 pounds, 7 and 8
years old. good workers every way; also
new-3-lnch farm wagon and new harness,
price $95. Call Regal Stables. 14th and
Burnslde su. Phone Main 4330.
SNAP $150 BUYS Ml BAY MARE; 6 TEARS
old. safe ror ladies use. new English panel
box, latest etyfe runabout and light har
ness, whip. robe. Call Regal Boarding
Stable, 14th st.. beL Couch and Burnslde.
Ask for Mr. Scott's rig.
CARLOAD OF HORSES JUST ARRIVED
at the Fashion Stables, consisting of some
heavy work teams and high-class drivers,
farm and delivery horses. 20th and Wash
$15 BUYS BIG SORREL WORK HORSE.
weight 12tH. gentle and works single and
double. Call today. Fashlqn Stables, 20th
HORSE3. WAGONS. HARNESS. ALL
kinds of vehicles boueht. sold and rented.
Hubert A Han. 261 4th. Phone Mam 2Z03.
HANDSOME NEW RUBBER-TIRE SUR-
rey. latest style; also new rubber-tlTe run
about, low wheels. Call 23" N. 14th st.
GOOD AND CHEAP. WELL-MATCHED
team, two-seated ' Studebaker wagon and
double harness, complete. East 1605.
FOR SALE-FINE DRIVING HORSE AND
nuggy; must be eold at once. Lyons Stable,
115 l"nltin ave.. cor. East Alder.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on roast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
CHEAP HARDMAN PIANO. $200; WITH
tnuslr rack. Inquire 125 14th si. one door
FINE $473 HARDMAN. LIKE NEW; MUST
sell tar $300 cash. Y 92 Oregonlan.
DOES TOUR 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 roofd.
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SAIB-NBW 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,
40 3d at.
FOR SALE 1 30-HORSE-POWER BOILER,
l 25-horse-power engine; also brlcx-maklng
machinery. Inquire Pacific Iron Works,
Astoria. Or. -
SOLID OAK BOOKCASE, WITH ADJUST
able shelves and curtains, 5 feet 6 by 3 feet
3, for sale cheap. Inquire 783 Northrup at
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes and hats.
Call at 73 H N. 3d; phone Green 428.
SECOND-HAND MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS
of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or Install
ments. Fisher Music Co.. 190 3d st.
NEW STEEL FOLDING COUCH BEDS. $3.
A few at this special price while they last.
Phone Alain 5007.
FOR SALE ONE MARINE GASOLINE EN-
gine, 15 li. cheap. R. II. Thornburg.
IS-FOOT OASOLINB LAUNCH: IN EXCEL
lent con&Itlsa. Price, $325. W. J. Clemens,
273 Stark st.
ANY ONE WISHING TO WEAR AMBER
beads for health will find them 125 13th. R.
FOR SALE LADY'S HIGH GRADE WHEEL
first-class condition at a bargain. Call 69 Vi
NEW AND 2D-HAND CASH REGISTERS
and safes; easy payments. 333 Ankeny at.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 324
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2343.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED GOOD STOVE SALESMAN,
travel SpoVine territory; references re
quired. Box 740. city.
WANTED SADDLEMAKERS. APPLY TO
Great Western Saddlery Co., Calgary. Al
A BONANZA SIDE LINE) FOR LIVE TRAV-
ellng men. George- M. Cole Co,, North
WANTED CABINETMAKERS. OREGON
Furniture Manufacturing Co.. 1210 Ma
BOY. 16-20. LEARN CANDY-MAKING. FINE
opportunity. Clerks Registration Bureau. 265
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED
shipping clen;; references. Address W 92.
WANTED TWO BOYS ABOUT 16 YEARS
old at the Marine Iron Works. E. Taylor st.
CO ATMAKER WANTED. DEIRLING i PAD-
den, 506-510 Main St., Vancouver. Wash.
WANTED ICE CREAM MAKER.
Washington. Apply noon today.
WANTED PLAN ERMAN. QUICK, ABLE
to rua one machine. G 166, care Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS SALB6MAN. CITT, COUN
try air wages. 212 Commercial block.
JL BOY WANTED ABOUT 17. IN RESTAU"-
Tsnt to worfc nights. 336 Stark at.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCE;
refereaeee rearea at suxk sc.
WANTED M AN TO TAKR ORDERS AN
deliver maat. 2a Hasten -
'HELP WANTED MALE.
Wt$ STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED
at Hood River, Or.; parties must came
with caaip outat. teats, bedding aad ceok
lag uteaslki: gnawers furnish camplag
ground, wood and water, aad will meet
you at train or boat and haul you to fields
free.- Pickers are paid l'A cents per quart;
packers, H-ceat per quart; write ua and
we will hand your letters to growers, -who
will write you direct when to come and
give you further particulars. Picking will
begin about May 20 to 23. Hood River
Fruitgrowers' Union, E. H. Shepard. Sec
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;
It 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.
' LABORERS WANTED.
This section Is short of able-bodied men for
general common labor for a variety of work
at. $2 to 52.23 a day.
Come to Portland.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
2d North second street.
WANTED MEN" AND WOMEN TO LEARN
watchinaklnr. enravlnz. Jewelers' work:
only practical working school for Jewelers;
money made learning. Seattle Watchmaking
and Engraving School. P.-I. building. Seattle.
$100 MONTHLY. WITH SUBSTANTIAL IN!
crease, ror city manager; must work force
of solicitors; our business well established;
only competent and reliable applicants con
sidered. D 02. Orcgonian.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR CHORUS
girl?, comedians, sister teams, sketch!
teams. Illustrated song singers, novelty
dancers, musicians. 351? Morrison, room
WANTED MAX TO TAKE CHARGE OF A
popular-priced co thing store; must be a good
salesman, accustomed to store management;
a liberal salary to a good man. Apply with
references. M 90, Orcgonian.
WANTED 10.000 LABORERS. LOGGERS.
mill and railroad work. If you want work
come to Portland; wages. $L40 to $3 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co.,
243 Burnslde st.
YOUNG MAN WITH $350 CAN OBTAIN Po
sition with interest in established, growing,
moncymaklng office; business $150 monthly
guaranteed. Hamilton. 34-Lange Hotel.
WANT EXPERIENCED SASH AND DOOR
machine men, also door cutters and turn
ers; steady employment; pay good wages.
Missoula. Lumber Co.. Missoula. Mont.
WANTED OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
Highest prices paid for men's cast-off cloth
ing, old shoes. Call 60 3d, near Pine. Phone
Hood 1SQ2. Orders attended to.
WANTED BY MERCHANT TAILOR,
young man with some experience as sales'
man; give age and salary expected. Ad
dress A 03. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER AND FOR
office work. Smith machine; steady em
ployment; wages at start, $S weekly. Ad
dress H 03, Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO
sell bonded whisky on commission to retail
trade. Address Bonnie & Co.. 640 W. Main
st.. Louisville. Ky.
WANTED AT ONCE 2000 STRAWBERRY
pickers at Hood River. Take Regulator
Line steamer from foot of Alder st., every
morning 7 A. M.
WANTED SINGLE YOUNG MEN OF GOOD
address to travel and solicit: references..
Call 2SO?4 Margin st. 150 feet north cast
end Steel bridge.
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE Busi
ness; paid while learning and work guar
anteed; open evenings. .Barrett, 285 Morrison
st.. room 301. -
WANTED TWO MORE MEN ONLT FOR
nign-graae proposition. Apply to J. C.
Slater, Parlor I, Portland Hotel. 10 to
12 A. M.
WANTED OFFICE BOY FOR WHOLESALE
house, not under 15 years of age. with fair
education. Apply in own handwriting, A 31.
WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOY3
to leam mattress making; good wages. Pe
ters & Roberts Furn. Co., 40 Front, corner
Wanted Men to leam barber trade; steady
practice: expert instructions; write for
terms. Glllman's College. 627 Clay St., S. F.
Columbus California wine depot; headquar
ters cooks, waiters, Darxenaers. All wines
5c per glass. P. Lorati. 143 4th. Clay 1503.
LOGGERS, MHiLHANDS. FARMHANDS.
laborers, others woric see us. u. S. Em
ployment Co.. 183 Morrison. Main 1322,
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT-
l&nd and throughout state to solicit busi
ness Call or write. 607 McKay bldg.
HELP WANTED YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 22.
bright ana good rustier, small amount cash
required. Address H 92, Oregonlan.
125 TO $65 PER WEEK MADE SELLING
sisic ana acciaent Denents tor ice union .nu-
tud Aid Ass'n, 705 Marquam Bldg.
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN LUNCH-COUNTER
man. Apply German Beer Garden, about
10 A. il., opposite f air entrance.
WANTED 1000 MEN TO SHAVE DAILY:
best shave In the city for o cents; largest
shop In city- 2Q7 Flanders.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOTTLER
to work In soda, works. Write, stating ex
perience, Q 02. Oregonlan.
WANTED A BOOKKEEPER WHO Un
derstands using a typewriter. J. Q. ilaclc
& Co.. 86 and 88 3d st.
SIDE :UNE OF FIREWORKS FOR THE
Sound. Eastern wasningion ana uregon. Ad
dress w Bl, oregonlan.
DR. WALKER, 181 1ST. CURES ALT. PRI-
vate diseases 01 men.
WANTED A PATTERNMAKER.
48 NORTH 10TH
IDEAL GROCERY. 95 N.
TTFrr.T WANTED FEMAXE.
WANTED A GIRL TO COOK FOR TWO
and help take care of baby; references re
quired. G 93, Oregonlan.
BURNT WOOD AND LEATHER WORKER.
must letter well ana oe rapia worxer. Ad
dress Y 91. Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAISTHANDS
at 3S6 Washlngtdn st., bet. W. Park, and
10th. Mrs. Zeltfuchs.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL TO TAKE
care of child. Apply UOO Vaughn St., Wil
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WANTED
for general office work. Farran Zerbe, 205
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at Hood River; good wages. Apply
3S9 12 th st.
WANTED STARCH CLOTHES IRONER3
and body Ironer. Oregon Laundry & Toilet
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL TO TAKE
care of child of 4 years. Apply Hesperian,
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work, small family. Apply morning. 91 N.
WANTED GIRL, FOR HOUSEWORK;
email family. Apply 615 East Pine, cor. 16th.
GOOD. RELIABLE GIRL FOR CHAMBER
work. Elton Court. 11th and Yamhill sts.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, GOOD COOK;
wages $25. 663 Tillamook at., cor. ISth.
WANTED LADY TO ASSIST IN TAILOR
shop at 231fi Alder St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply 1S6 N. 18th st.
MAMIE CLUNB3. HEAD WAITRESS. PLEASE
communicate. Hansen, 26 N. 2d st.
WANTED GIRL TO CARE FOR BABY DUR-
lng daytime. Inquire 736 Hoyt st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wprk; wages $29. Phone Main 5016.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SECOND
glrL Apply 554 Davis, cor. 17th.
A GOOD COOK WANTED. CALL. AT 812
Kearney st.. bet. 24th aad 25th.
WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN
eral housework. 512 Clay.
First-class hairdresser, manicure.
Rosenthal Sisters. 160 5tb.
WANTED -GOOD PLAIN" COOK, TWO IN
family. 812 Johnson st.
WANTBD GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOU8E-
werk. 181 jBtst 19th. st.
WANTBD DRESSMAKERS AND TAILOrt-
essest. JeS AMer st.f
WANTED A GOOD HOTaCVSCdfe. CALL.
47 Tavlar. e ,
WANTED A YOUNG LADT. MUST BB
rapia aao. ptaia peasa&a, ror rowing and
addrese-Ing circulars: $1.00 per day. Addrrss
In own haadwrltlag; giving references. Man
ufacturer, care Oregonlan office.
WE PUT YOU ON THE STAGE STAGE
dancing, vaudeville acting, sketches, sing
ing, ttc. taught; terms reasonable. New
man's Theatrical Circuit. 351 H Morrison.
STENOGRAPHER YOUNG LADY. NEAT.
attractive not over 22. must be racld. to
work at Fair grounds; give full particulars;
etate salary. B 90. Orcgonian.
WANTED FIVE YOUNG BRIGHT LADIES;,.
gwa auurcsa, limuainuue, lor kooo. caear prop
osition. Call between 9 and 11 A. M., room
8, 410 Washington at.; today.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see aa uver ivuu positions every naoata.
Call aad register. Canadian Parlors, 22&i
Morrison. Mala 1226.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WA1T-
rra, cnaraucriuaios, general worlters. St.
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Phone Main
GIRL. WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN-
erai nousewora; willing to go to country;
rtood wages. Call 795 Parle ave., near City
DARKROOM WORKER, MUST BB COM-
petent to develop, print and finish pictures;
give experience. Address X 91, Oregonlan.
SENSIBLE WOMEN OF THE BEST CHAR-
acier ana innuencc to travel for the Viavl
Co.; references. Address Suits 23, Lewis bidg.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
nousework in family of two; must under
hand cooking; references. Phone Main 2164.
WANTED FTRST-CDAS3 LADY REPRE-
seniauves in peruana and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED BRIGHT. ENERGETIC WOMAN
to solicit new proposition. Apply to R. L.
Ensey. Portland Hotel, after 9 A. M.
WANTED ELDERLY LADY TO MAKE-
home with old couple. $12 per month. In
quire for Mr. Ingle, at Oswego Depot, t
SALESLADY, GENERAL STORE. TOWN OF
Hooo; salary 340 month. Clerks" Registra
tion Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR Ho
tel; no other need apply. Call before 10
or after 6 P. M., 475 Taylor.
WANTED FOR THE SUMMER, A COMPE-
tent -woman for putting up fruit, making
Jelly and jams. 161 23d at.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
ell the new telephone Index. Inquire W.
J. Clemens. 273 Stark at.
YOUNG GIRL WANTED TO TAKE CARE OF
baby. 401 1st st.
HELP WANTED MAXE OR FEMALE.
HEAD WAITRESS. WAITRESSES. BAKER,
yardman, ocean (employer). $20; waitresses
(near Exposition lunch. 50c). cooks (restau
rants, hotels), milker. $25; ranch couple. $40;
child nurse: hotel girls together; housework.
Drake. 205& Washington.
WANTED-CHORUS LADIES AND GEN
tlemen with good voices to sing In Klral
fy's Carnival of Venice, at Exposition. Ap
ply Marquam Grand Theater dally from 10
to 11 A. M.
BOOKKKEEPEBS I HAVE A SYSTEM
for checking calculations and posting with
which an error Is Impossible. Will send
to you for $3. S. O. Talt. Marlanna, Ark.
WANTED THREE SALESLADIES AND
gentlemen for city and road wpik: salary
guaranteed. Address V 90, Oregonlan.
WANTED KITCHEN HELP AT AMERICAN
Inn. Apply Friday morning.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN, GERMAN. RE
sponsible and best of character, used to all
kinds of work, and also business experience,
would like a position. Address 320& Front
St., room S.
FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER, ALSO STEN
ographer; years of experience In both lines;
would accept position out of town. V b'J,
WANTED POSITION A3 BOOKKEEPER OR
generaL office work; first-class references.
G 86, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED AS CREDIT MAN BY
thorough, competent man. Address M 92,
WANT CD BY "UP-TO-DATE BEE MAN, A
small place to start in the bee business;
must be la. good alfalfa district; will buy,
rent or lease. Address M. M. Barron, St.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT FOREMAN,
best references, for successfully superintend
ing an extensive sawmill on the Coast;
would like to hear from mlllmen. Phone
GOOD HARPIST AND VIOLINIST, MAN AND
wife, desire engagement In cafe, restaurant
or other places. Address E. Schoneman,
General Delivery, Oakland. Cal.
GARDENER WITH THE BEST OF Ex
perience In all Its branches wants position
in private place, city or country; best of
references. C 92, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAR
ried man, will take any kind of work. Is
strictly temperate and willing to work. K
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, all kinds
of help. Blade 992, 26S Everett st.
NIGHT WATCHMAN WANTS POSITION,
can give best references from the Government-
C Hartman, 249K Front.
BARTENDER. NEAT. SOBER AND CLOSE
mixer, would like situation, city or coun
try. D 89. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE, GOOD COOK. WANTS PLACE
in family. Chicago Restaurant. 228 & 1st
st. Phone 1S72.
PIANIST (MALE) WANTS WORK; CAN
play show. W. Payne, 605 W. Bannock st.,
AS SOLICITOR. BOOKS OR TOILET PRBP-
aratlons preferred. G z. uregonian.
A. GOOD BAKER ON BREAD AND CAKE
wants situation. 9Z, oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A SWEDISH GIRL WANTS A PLACE IN
general housework. Call 495 Everett au
SITUATION WANTED AS NURSE GIRL,
city references- Phone Union 5626.
WOMAN WANTS HOUSEWORK TO DO BY
the day. Phone Scott 3603.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, BEST REFER
ences. desires situation managing house
keeper, hotel, rooming-house. 230 Yam--hill.
Phone Main 5413.
VISITING NURSE (CERTIFICATED),
readier walk with invalid, plain sewing;
term! moderate. Phone Main 5813.
WANTED BY CAPABLE WOMAN TEACHER
A place to work for board and room dur
ing Summer or would take care of child
for reasonable wages. O 90, Oregonlan,
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, waitresses, chambermaids, house
work girls, nurses. 230 Yamhill. Phone
POSITION AS MrLLINERY SALESWOMAN,
experienced, highest references. B 93, Ore
gonlan. YOUNG LADY WISHES EMPLOYMENT AT
mattress case sewing. Phone Scott 1910.
THE CONSERVATIVE LTFE INSURANCE
Company wants Industrial and intermedi
ate agent to sell their Intermediate poli
cies; the most liberal agency aad policy
contracts on the market. Apply room 6.
Stearns bldg 6th and Mdrrlsoa sts.
WANTED GOOD NURSERY SALESMEN BY
the largest company on the Pacific Coast;
write for terms and full particulars, to Ore
gon Nursery Company, Salem, Oregon.
Reliable experienced agents in cities and
town of Or., Wash, and Cal. National
Financing Co.. 208 Marquam bldg.
AGENTS TO SELL THE- BEST, MOST popu
lar faacet water filters tsade. Easy sellers,
good profit. Jones Manuacturlag Co., Box
7 SO. Helena, Moat.
WANTED BOOK. PICTURE AND PORTRAIT
nuetlecs. Rembf&adt. Studio. Abtegtoa bide.
LADY AGXNT SOMRTHIN& NSW, SOOD
aelter. big wages. 213 Ceameretal feUc '