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THE MORNING OREGONIAlf, MONlTAY, -IfAY 22, 1303.
NEXT WEEK THE FAIR
And then a houseful of visitors.
The time to brighten your home
with new carpets is very short.
We have an immense stock,
splendid workroom facilities and
the best workmen in the city.
We can show you what you want,
fill your order promptly and satis
factorily, and at the lowest prices.
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD STREET.
smmuu tumsnt tram. Minus, stem
EuropmtnPkn $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
THE BEST WAY TO
Mr to accommodate 4t C. 0, 16 and
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., May 21. Maximum tfm
prrature. 52 dog.; minimum 44 dep. River
reading at 11 A M.. 7.4 feet; chance in act
24 hours, 0.2 left. Total precipitation,
r I" M. to P. M.. 0.09-inch; total Plnce
S-tptcmber 1, 1001. rttt.C" Inch; normal since
sptomlKT 1, 1004, 48.14 Inche?; deflclwicy.
12 47 Uoli-. Total sunshine May 2. JPOS.
hours iJnnd 24 minute;; possible. 15 hour?
and iSSmlnutea. U&runteler (reduced to "ea
levctKatr. P. M.. JH.08..
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a. Lv-.n i.-ju: vtjkjlt a r r -i
5 ?l Wind.
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Ooudinef; and showers which were general
ly light continued over Sunday in all portion
of the North PaciAc StaU. In California th
weather Jr fair and strong northwesterly winds
The Indications are for partly cloudy weather
in this district Monday, with showers in West
ern Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho.
Portland and vicinity Partly cl&udy. with
showers; warmer; westerly winds.
Western Oregon and Wretern Washington
Siintvoni; warmer, except near the Coast;
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Partly
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Shower. HOWARD A. REALS. District Forecaster.
1VANHOE LODGE, NO. 10. K. OF P.
Regular convention tonight at 8 e'ateck In
Pythian Hall, eighth floor. Marquam Mdg.
Knight raHk and nomination nf officer?. Vis
iting Knights cordially invitod.
L. VBYSEY, C. C
FRED P. HOLM. K. of R. and S.
HARMONY LODGE. A. F. A.
M. Stated communication this (Mon
day) evening. Masonlo Twiplc. 3d
and Alder sts., 7:30 o'clock. Work
In il. M dpirre. All M. M cor
dially Invited. By order of W. M.
RUFUS R. BALL, Secretary.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14, O. E. S. Stated com
munication this (Monday) $ P. M.
By order W. M.
BELLE- RICHMOND. Secretary.
FRATERNALISTS, ATTENTION! Ground
breaking ceremony of Fraternal Temple at
I-air greundss today at 2 P. M.
J. U MITCHELL, President.
Att: JXiV ELLEN CORNELL. Sec
A'NRYS In this city, on May 19. 1003. Kate
Anr. aged 23 ears. months. 10 day
beloved wife of Henry Anrys and daughter
of A. & M. Mcnsonkamp. Funeral today,
Monday. May 22, 11K13. at 2 P. M.. from the
family residence. 20S North 16th st. Friends
refpectfully invited to attend. Interment
Lone Fir Cemetery.
LANE At the family residence, in this city.
No. 234 East S5th irt.. May 21. 1905. Orllla
Henrietta, wife of Oicar J. B. Lane, aged
41 years and 14 days. Friend and acquain
tances are wpectfplly invited to attend the
funeral service, which -will be held at the
Sunnyside M. E. Church todav at 2:30 P. M.
Interment at Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING. McENTEE GILBAUGH,
ttuccessors to Dunning & Campion, under
takers and embalmers, modern In erery de
tail, 7th and line. Phoue Main 480. Ladj
asb.tant. EDWARD IIOLMAN CO Undertakm and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing, Third and Salmon. Lady at!tant.
Telephone No. 297.
J. P. JTNLEY SON, Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady aosktant. Telephone No. fl.
I". S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady attfcistaat. Telephone East S3.
ZELLER-BYKNES CO UNDERTAKERS,
Lrubclraers, 273 Kws'I; East 1666; lady aa't. :
1Kb Slid MORRISON SIS.
, Telephone Main 311.
Formerly Columbia Theateri 14 and Wash.
Beginning Saturday Evening. May -7. Reg
ular Matinees Saturday and Sunday. Special
Matinee Tuesday. May 30. Decoration Day.
By Special Arrangement with the Author.
The Heart of Maryland
Fin Appearance in Portland of the Belasco
Prices: Evenings, 13c to 75c; matinees, 15c
to 50c. Seats now selling.
Next "TUK CLIMBERS," Clyde Pitch's
Milton W. Seaman, Resident Manager.
Yesterday's record Packed to breathing
room twice. Empire Stock Company In the
groat 5-aot comedy drama
BLOW FOR BLOW
Matinoe cvor" day 2:13. Evenings at S:1S.
Never been equaled for Hie price.
1 STAR THEATER fg&S&sa,
BARLOWS I)0 CIRCIS
I WISE. MILTON & CO. ROSA LEE
MONTGOMERY & CANTOR
' YOPNG & OLD LKNART
( RICHARD BURTON STAICOSCOPK
Sboua 2JSO. 7:30. 9 P. M. Admla-ion. 10c,
I 20c and 2Tc.
' NEXT WEEK The Great and Only JOHN
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. Sea
i beautiful eQect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 0 A. M. to 0 P. M.
1 ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
CLASSIFIED AD. KATES.
-Rooms, "Rooms and Board." Olonse
kecplng Rooms." "Sitoation Wanted." IS
words or less. 15 cents; 16 to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
count Xor additional insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, exeept
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or lessj
10 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Esch additional
Insertion, one-half; bo further discount un
der one snoata.
"NEW TODAY (ganre measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion! 10 ceaU pet
line of each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlaxu aad left at this
office, should always be iaclosed In sealed
cd t elopes. No stamp la required on snca
The Orecoaian will sot be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken taroogb the
GOLF LINKS TWO FINE LOTS LEFT AD
Jolnlng the Links. These are snaps at $300.
Pellwood Townslte Co., Union 1401. Office
at Sellwood and at 222 Foiling' bldg.
TWO BEST LOTS IN CLOVERDALE Ex
tension, cheap. Address T 2, Orcgonlan.
20th and Everett
50x00 ground with 5-room cottage; ideal
flat location; cheap. A. H. BU1RELL, 203
McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark.
HOUSE-BOAT FOR SALE
Snug, well-built and practically new, part
ly furnished: price 200; 12x2S-foot house
with walk on all tides. Phono owner. Main
SS5. or call room 109. Sherlock bide.
On PerUaad real estate at lowest rates.
Titles la Hired. Abstract xaralftbed.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
6 awl 7 OumluT of Cemmeree.
About Yjour Small Investment,
So hard to find anything that is safe.
THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Can invest safely Tor you In weU-secured
In amounts of $100 and upwards. Write us
on any matter pertaining to small invest
ments. PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
103 Third Street, Phone Main 453.
BENJ. I COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
W. J. GILL Second 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 oft at Park Ave. For plats
and prices call on or address
Grindstaff & Schalk
216 STARK STREET.
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
bulldcrs. Seeing li believing.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
88 Third Street, Room 4, Portland, Oregon.
California 4 Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 9200 acres of irri
gated land in 20-acre farms at $50 to $70 per
acre one-fourth each. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fo Overland Line direct to
Tulare City. 2 miles from BUm Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from BlLis Lands (Inc.). care Sullivan & Sul
livan. Lawyers. 010 Parrott bldg., San Fran
cisco. At a Sacrifice
Nice, new, clean, little saloon: pood
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 N 76, Oregonian.
In most desirable part of Portland
Heights. This place has just been com
pleted, and Is strictly modern In every
refpoct, with lt large rooms, five fire
places, hardwood floors and elegantly fin
ished throughout. Anyone desiring a home
ready to occupy will do well to Investi
gate. THE IIART LAND CO., 100 Sher
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
1200 pianos go for S145. Terms from $3 per
month up. A. W. Meyer, 74 6th st, near Oak.
We offer for tale the beautiful and sightlr
home of the late Dr. Herbert Cardwell, 23th
and Johnson. There are about 2fe 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
tsaff & Schalk. 24G Stark L
Quarter block on Third sL. with sub
stantial brick Improvement: now netting
over 10 ikt cent and unincumbered by
leases. Present offers will net over 12
per cent. Best buy In city. Phone OWX
iSR. Main 5S3, or call 109 Sherlock bldg.
CICfirt House, with large grounds, in
J4-3UU SJPt sightly portion of Mount
tijvv Tabor. This place is handy
to the cars, has good, comfortable house
nnd fruit In abundance. Anyone desiring
to be in shape to entertain friends during
our Fair could not find a more slghtiy
place to set settled in. Phone OWNER.
Main 5S5. or call 109 Sherlock bid-.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate, City and Farm
Insurance In All Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
202-3 McKay bldg- Third and Stark.
OUR CLIENT WANTS
Floor and a half or 2 floors (subdivided into
very large rooms) of building 100 by 100. lo
cated anywhere between Sixth and Twelfth
and Stark and Yamhill; long leaae, prompt
pay. Address S 93. care Orcgonlan.
FOB SALK REAL ESTATE.
WEST SIDE IMPROVED PROPERTY. $4500.
paying 1C per cent. $7500 paying 20 per cent.
L. E. Thompson & Co., 228 3d.
LOTS. 50X100. NEAR HAWTHORNE AVE.
and 40th st.; $200. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251
Alder st. Open evenings.
$1650-NEW 5-ROOM; COTTAGE AND 2
large lota on cor. Grand ave. and Shaver et.
See owner. 394 Shaver at.
$7500-3 MODERN C-ROOM HOUSES. CLOSE
In; yearly Income $000; terms; East Side
Apply 5 E. Sth at.. N.
FOR SALE OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT ON
caey terms. 2 lot?. East 12th at., near Tilla
mook. Phone East 075.
FOR SALE C-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT 50x100
on 24th and Reed, near Fair ground. In
quire at 270 Alder st.
A' PARTLY FURNISHED COTTAGE; WEST
Side, for $1750; easy terms; cure It. An
ply 453 12th st 1
BOARDING-HOUSE. WITH OR WITHOUT
furniture; East Side; excellent neighborhood.
E 98. Orcgonlan.
$2250MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 60-FT.
lot. cement walks, choice fruit and flowers.
722 E. Ackeny.
VACANT LOTS. EAST SIDE. INQUIRE W
Campbell 775 East Burnslde. cor. 24th
Phone East 76S.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE, 0 MILES FROM
Morrison sL bridge. C K. Ballard. Milwau
FOR SALE LOT 50x100 AT RICHMOND
low price. Owner, 3S0 Water St.. West
FOR SALE C-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
basement and nice lawn; owner. Phone Main
A BARGAIN-LOT ON WILLIAMS AVE.,
near Hancock. See owner. J bC, Oreroalan.
FOR SALE FRACTION OF A LOT IN
aulre 330 E. Sta N HollaJay ave. .
TOR SALE REAL X8TATK.
DO TOD KNOW
That the White galsaen Valley lls opposite
Hood River, with a southern tee: that It
raises finer berrlea ten days earlier than
Hood River; that oar berrlea are rlye bow;
that we do not have to lrrirate: that we
have a better climate and richer sell than
Hood River; that eur cherries, peaches and
apples are bard.to excel both la quality and
quantity of production; that from ess 9-ytar-old
tree Captain C H. Cook gathered 27
boxes of Splucaberg applw; that you. can
buy fine berry and orchard land tar H less
than la Hood River? If you dea't know
these facta, send for eur book of bargains.
White Saisioa Land Co.. White Salmon,
J. S. COLLINS, REAL ESTATE AND
Confectioneries, ice cream parlor cigar and
tobacco store, on Russell sL. near car line.
J. 8. Collins. 140H Ruatell street.
Near car hops and ferry landing, 23 fur
nished rooms. Urge dlnlag-roora and kitch
en, rent $25 per month; doles a good busi
ness. J. S. Collin?. 140U Ruaeell street.
Phone Union 6SS1 and - East 917.
$1-.000 BUYS 100X100. WITH 6 MODERN
houses in best realdence portion of city:
revenue pays 18 per cent net; $8500 caih
will handle It.
Lot 50x100, with 4 flata. within 2 block"
Portland Hotel. $14,500; $000 cash; lease
bring 11 per cent.
38 lota with 5-room house, city water, on
car line, near University, $3200; $1700 cash
takes It. J. V. Crelghton & Co., 1653 Third
rt., room A.
Only 12 of our lota left. They are the best
and the cheapest on the Heights.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO.,
222 Failing bldr. Phone Main 53S3.
NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WITH FULL
basement, near East Ankeny St.: price $2400.
Hours, near Williams ave.. $2300.
House on East 11th at., $1350.
5-room house In Kern's Park. $850.
Two lota North Irvlngton. $200 each.
B. S. COOK & CO..
Open evenings. 251 Alder st.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms aa low as $10 per
month with water C Churchill it Co..
"Inc." 110 2c; it.
FOR E ALB QUARTER. BLOCK SOUTHWEST
corner 12th and East Stark at., with 3-story
9-room house and 2-story barn; -$5000; tens
$1000 down and balance In annual payments
of 11000. Mall & Co., 393 East Burnaide. or
telephone Private Exchange 3L
RIVER FRONT PROPERTY LARGE WARE
houe on east side of Front St., bet. Morri
son and Madlaon sts., for sale; 50x190 feet;
two floors; property paying good Interest on
amount asked for It. Inquire of owners, 783
35 ACRES. 25 CLEAR: GOOD 7-ROOM
house, good outbuildings, orchard: small
fruit, running water, good school near; 4
mllee Oregon City; price. $2300; terma. W.
C. McDonald, Oregon City, R. F. D. No. 1.
FOR SALE 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
with or without furniture; everything first
claw; full cement basement, porcelain bath,
etc H. E. Martin & Co., 730 Chamber of
FOR A RENT VICTIM LOT AND SMALL
house this side Sunnyside, vnear Morrison,
for $700: $100 caah. balance $10 per month.
Boston Building Co., 740 Chamber of Com
merce. $275 POULTRY RANCH, 22 ACRES. CHICK
ens. incubator, brooder, garden, cook stove,
tools, etc; where poultry does well; one mile
from Yoncalla, Or. A. Applegate, Yoncalla,
HERMOSA PARK. SEA8IDE IMPROVED
lota for sale; graded streets, sewtrs and
water main; finest realdence property on
Clatsop Beach. A. Gilbert. Jr.. Seaside. Or.
N. 21ST ST. JUST BEING COMPLETED,
modern 6-room house with all up-to-date
requirements; owner will sell on easy
monthly payments: price $2750. Q 93.
$5000 10-room modern house and full lot,
349 29th st.. near Savler; easy terms. For
full particulars phone Main 310.
$40,000100x100 GOOD BUSINESS FROP
erty. brick, improvements, rented $373 per
month, chance to Increase, no agents. Ad
dress Box 2005. city.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN, LOT
fenced, fruit trees, two blocks from car;
each or tern. Rydsr. Mnntavllls. Phone
CHOICE NEW, MODERN. S-ROOM RESI
dence. northwest corntr Fifteenth and East
Taylor stresL C W. Pallett, 304 Fenton bldg.
FOR SALE MODERN HOUSE OP 10
room. 315 22d st. Price low. Owner, Mrs.
W. A. Dalr. The Brown. 271 Grand ave.
BUSINESS. CORNER. CLOSE IN. $8500; IN-come-bearlng
property, close In. brings
I8i per cent on $5500. F Fucha, 14914 1st.
WILLIAMS-AVE. BUSINESS LOT. NEAR
Hancock, cheap, or might trade for house
and lot. M. Walton. 270 Washington st.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric Una. O. R.
Addlton. Lenta. Or. Take ML Scott car, 5c
FOR SALE OR LEASE 100 FEET SQUARE.
Thurman at., between 27th and 28th, near
Exposition grounds. Apply 88 3d st.
FOR SALE LOT 50X100 AND HOUSE OF
0 rooms In good repair. 211 12th St. Ap
ply to J. P. Brdnaugh. 144 4th.
CORNER LOT AND 6-ROOM HOUSE. $1000.
L. E. Thompscon & Co.. 228 3d.
POR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
Farms of all kinds with small or Urge
acreage; prices that cannot be duplicated:
come see us; a sample bargain:
120 acres, with 30 acres under plow, bal
ance open pasture land: land lays nicely
and soil very rich; live water; Urge bear
ing orchard: fenced and croas-f enced ; good
5-room house, large frame barn and other
buildings. With place go large team of
horses, harness and wagon, 11 head cattle,
of which 6 are milch cows, 2 pigs, chick
ens, cream separator, plows, harrowa, saws,
axes and numerous smeller tools, besides
household furniture; close to school, on
good county road. 4 miles from town on
N. P. Ry. and Columbia River and 6 miles
from Kalama. Price. $2500. with terms on
part. IMUS 4 WILLOUGHBT, Kalama.
FOR SALE ICO ACRES OF LAND. 12 MILES
from Portland; will ell half or whole: good
buildings and plenty of fruit, springs and
running water; SO acres under cultivation
and 40 acres of timber. E 93, Oregonian.
FARM FOR SALE 346 ACRES IN DOUG
las County. Oregon: rood Improvement. S
room house, bam and alf needed outbuild
ings: only $13 per acre. Address Emcrroa
De Puy, Des Moines. la.
FREE LAND IN OREGON UNDER TID3
"Carey Irrigation Act." Deed direct from
state; write or call today: booklets and map
free. B. S. Cook & Co., 231 Aider St., Fort
land, Or. Open evenlnga.
FOR SALE 330-ACRE FARM; WELL IM
proved: bottom; on Columbia River. Will
feed 73 cows. M. P. Whalen. Woodland.
BEAUTIFUL 150-ACRE FINE. IMPROVED
farm on Willamette. 19 miles from Port
land, for $G5 per acre F. Fucha, 149H 1st.
FARM HOMESTEADS. DESERT CLAIMS
and cheapest Irrigated land on market. A.
C. Palmer. 315 Oregonian bldg.
FOR SALE" 50-ACRE FARM. NEAR OS
wego. Max Smith, the Savoy Restaurant.
165 Fifth AtreeL
FOR SALE FINE DAIRY AND GRAIN
farm, 200 acres, only $4000; big bargain. V.
Claded, Sclo, Or.
200 ACRES FINE LAND. $3 AN ACRE,
third cash, balance long time 314 Allsky
TOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
RELIABLE PARTY WILL LOCATE YOU
stone and timber claim?, cut 5.000,000 each;
cheap location fees. 227H Washington st,,
THREE TIMBER CLAIMS. 5.000,000 GUAR
anteed. near Columbia River, inexpensive
trip, fee reasonable. 314 Allsky bldg.
lftO ACRES TIMBER, 3,090,000 FIR, NEAR
logging stream, large body timber adjoin
ing; $7.50 per acre. Bex 593.
YELLOW PINE TIMBER CLAIMS. GUARAN
teed 2H mllllaas. A. C Palmer. 315 Ore
TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK OF HARD
ware or general merchandise, 1H lets, ear
ner, eight-room house, close la. cement
sidewalks, adjacent to high a&4 ward
school aafi astrenlty: free ef lacuna brsxee.
Price $360. Bex 772. Tacesa. Wash.
TO "EXCHANGE FTNX BRICK .BLOCK
and Aae 9-rawsi Hefeie fr Las Angeles a-r
Coaty. CaMfereta, prestrty. Rus
sell sc. B.
WANTED REAL Z&TATX.
I WISH TO PURCHASE S OR 9-ROOM
residence. loeaUes with geo view pre
ferred. Address, naming spot cash price
and full particulars. Q 90, Oregonian.
WB WANT WEST SIDB RESIDENCES. J30O8
to $18,000; also btislaes properties. $5009 te
$36,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Ox.
4M ABlartea blag.
WANTED TO BUT MODERN COTTAGE, $15
&own ana ia raontuy, including interest.
A 4, Oreronlan.
POR SALE LAND SCRIP.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on the market.
We handle all kinds. Public land practice.
CoUtcs Land Co., Concord bldg.
TO REST RESERVE, SANTA FB AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip en band ready ta
locate. MaglanU & Sea. 22.' rail lag bids.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. ANT SIZE
tracts: immedUte delivery. W. G. Howell,
538 Chamber of Commerce.
TO LEASE ONE BLOCK FROM FAIR, 27TH
and Thurman sts: ground 100x100; $700.
Mrs. C Frier. 1017 W. 17th at, Los An
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
JUST ARRIVED ONE CARLOAD EASTERN
Oregon horses, weighing from 1000 to 1500
pounds; also several good drivers; will be
for sale at Portland Union Stockyards. E.
HORSE3, WAGONS. HARNESS, ALL
ainda ef vehicles bought. sold and rented.
Hubert & Hall. 264 4th. Phone Ms in 2208.
GOOD AND CHEAP WELL-MATCHED
team, two-seated Studebaker wagon, double
harness, complete. East 1605.
GOOD HORSE. HARNESS AND COVERED
wagon; good for delivery purpose. Inquire
at 569 Jefferson st.
SEVERAL rubber-tired buggies, wagons and
surreya. Cor. 18th and Thurman. Main 3579.
LARGEST BTOCiC OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles en '.oast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE
Next session begins July 17.
GOOD PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP OR RENT.
86 North 11th st. Phone West 2527.
DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with EUterlte; It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old iron, tin or shingles; beet tor new roofs.
Elaterite Roofing Co., room 2, Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE LARGE-SIZE COLUMBIA DISC
graphophone, 16 large records, large horn,
all good as new. original outlay over $50;
will take $30 cash. Inquire Standard Candy
Co.. 23 Union ave.. or Phone East 499.
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. Brunswick-Balke-Col-lecdtr.
49 3d sL
FOR SALE-1 30-HORSE-POWER BOILER.
1 25-horse-power engine; also brick-making
machinery. Inquire Pacific Iron Works,
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
men's cast-off clothing, shoes and bats.
Call at 73ft N. 3d; phone Green 428.
EDISON'S MOVING PICTURE MACHINE
and all appliances; films and slides, at a
bargain. Room 10 Washington bldg.
BARGAIN 40 WYANDOTTE HENS. 100
chicks, 10S incubator, brooder. 340 Sacra
mento. Phone East 5357.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 324
Chamber of Commerce or phone Main 2383.
HELP WANTED MALE.
5000 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED
at Hood River. Or.; parties must come
with camp outfit, tents, bedding and cook
ing utensils: growers furnish camping
ground, wood and water, and will meet
you at train or boat and haul you to fields
free. Pickers are paid IVi cents per quart;
packers, H-cent per quart; write us 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
MEj" WANTED FOR SO 5IILE8 OF CON
structlon work on Alaska Central Ry. at
Seward. Alaska: 50 small contractors, 2u
rock foremen, 100 station men, 500 laborers,
$2.75 per day; board $6 week. Reduced rates
on steamers sailing May 26 and June 1;
contractors and foremen apply office of Chief
Engineer, Denny bldg. Station men and la
borers apply Lllyman &. Renard, 10S W.
Main st., Seattle, Wash.
3 BRICK MASONS WANTED MY 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 masons by
June 1; could let subcontract to the right
men; nonunion desired.
WANTED MAN FOR EXPOSITION WORK
to sell a patented kettle lid. that will damp
fast to kettle and having combination strain
ing device; a big 25c seller. For particulars
address V 97, Oregonian.
WANTED 10.000 LABORERS. LOGGERS,
mill and railroad work. If you want work
come to Portland; wages, $1.40 to $3 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co.,
249 Burntlds St.
WANT EXPERIENCED SASH AND DOOR
machine men, also door cutters and turn
ers; steady employment; pay good wages.
Missoula Lumber Co.. Missoula. Mont.
WANTEDOLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
Highest prices paid for men's cast-off cloth
ing, old shoes. Call 50 3d. near Pine. Phons
Hood 1S62. Orders attended to.
MEN TO LEARN THE DETECTIVE Busi
ness; paid while learning and work guar
anteed: open evenings. Barrett. 265 Morri
son st., room 301.
NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ADVERTIS
Ing and subscription solicitors; good propo
sition; permanent position. 638 Chamber
WANTED YOUNG MAN WITH ENERGY TO
take traveling .position: must furnish refer
ences. Call 2S0& Margin St., from 10 to 4.
Take U car.
WANTED IMMEDLVTELY A FIRST-CLASS
upholsterer and arpet man. Address, with
references. Queen City Furniture Co.. Baker
WANTED MATTRESS MAKERS AND BOY3
to learn mattress making; good wages. Pe
ters & Roberta Furn. Co., 49 Front, corner
Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice; expert Instructions; write for
terms. Qillman's College. 627 Clay st-. S. K.
Columbus California wine depot; headquar
ters cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines
Sc per glass. P. LoratL 148 4th. Clay 1303.
WANTED SEVEN YOUNG MEN AS USH
ers at Belasco'a Theater. Apply at office,
Dolly Varden Candy Store, Marquam block.
LOGGERS, MILLHANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, others work. See us. U. S. Em
ployment Co., 193 Morrison. Main 1822.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MBX IN PORT
!nd and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write, 607 McKay bldg.
THREE OR FOUR VIGOROUS MEN WITH
$300 to $500 caa have agreeable and profit
able employment. Call 2&9 Alder st.
WANTED A GOOD STEADY INDUSTRIOUS
boy to drive light express wagon; must give
reference. Apply 43 First at.
MAN ACQUAINTED WITH CITY FOR
laundry anver. one witn jarge acquaintance
preferred. D 3. Oregonian.
SIDB LINE OF FHtEWOnKS FOR THE
Sound. Eastern Washington and Oregon. Ad
dress W 91. Orcgonlan.
"WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; some money required. Call 606
WANTED SADDLEMAKERS. APPLY TO
Great Western Saddlery Co., Calgary. Al
WANTED BRIGHT AND ENERGETIC
man. $15 per week. Address W 99. Ore
gonian. FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN
try; big wages. 215 Cemaerclal block.
MEN TO TRAVEL SALARY AND Ex
penses paid weekly. A 1. OregseUn.
WANTED EXPERIENCED USHERS. AP
ply Star Theater, 6 P. M. today.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT ONCJB;
referesces required- 303 Stark at.
DR. WALKER, 131 1ST. CURBS ALL PRJ
vate diseases Of atea.
W'ANTBD MXN, $12 AND $19 PER WREK.
P 2. Oregesten.
WANTED FLATRN PRSAi FXSPSS, -jaf
KELP WANTED -MALE.
This sectiea te short of ablt.bodied sata far
rE" eesamea labor for a variety or work
at $2 ta $2-36 a day.
.Cose e to Portland.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North ScoBd street.
XVI VI' V"l mo tt a inur M
36, eitlxens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write Bagllah. For information ap
ply to RecrultiBc Officer. 2d and Oak at..
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
simuuwaj, engraving, jewelers' work:
only practical working school for Jewelers
money made learning. Seattle Watchmaking
and Engraving School, P.-L building. Seattle.
WANTED FOR THE FAIR CHORUS
girls, comedians, sister teams, sketch teams,
illustrated song singers, novelty dancers, mu
sicians. Newman's Vaudeville Circuit &
School of Acting. 351 Morrison.
ONE COMPETENT (NONUNION) CARPEN
ter to do general building work and at times
run a gang successfully; nine hours; $4.00;
steady work. J. L. Mara. La Grande. Or.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
W ANTED AN EXPERIENCED STENOG
raphcr to accept position out of town. Call
on W. B. Dennis, Arlington Club, Portland,
between 2 and 3 P. M.. Tuesday, May 23.
WB PUT YOU ON THE STAGE-STAGE
dancing, taudevllie, acting, sketches, sing
ing, etc, taught: terms reasonable. New
man's Theatrical Circuit, 331',, Morrison.
YOUNG LADY AS CIGAR STAND CLERK:
must be competent, experienced and under
stand machines; state age experience and
Ury expected. D 100. Oregonian.
WANTED-$12 PER WEEK ATTRACTIVE
employment to middle-aged ladles of good
address; experience unnecessary. Call Monday
forenoon 410 Dekum bldg.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to aee ns. Over 1000 positions every aoata.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, -fiWs
Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO
cook, iigni nouscwora, no wasning. comfort
able home; must give good references. 255
12th st.. near Main.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
must be good cook and not afraid of
work; good wages and location. 395 Lar
rabee. WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO DO
cooking and light housekeeping for family
of three. Apply In person, 525 Everett St.,
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, WA1T-
ers, cnamoermams. general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230J, Yamhill. Phone Main
DARKROOM WORKER, MUST BE COM
petent to develop, print and finish pictures;
give experience. Address X 91, Oregonian.
WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GEN-
cnu nousewurK ana piain cooaing. azs jias
salo st. Phone East SOOI. during forenoon.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
entatlv.es In Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED LADY TO
. care for house and two children: a good
home to the right party. Apply 63 6th et.
WANTED A GIRL FOR CANDY STORE,
none but competent need apply: steady posi
tion to a reliable girl. 323 Morrison st.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
houaewcrk; good wage?. Apply mornings,
883 E. Taylor St.. corner 29th.
STENOGRAPHER PUBLIC STENOGRA
pber can have office rent and use of type
writer free. W 93, Orcgonlan.
WANTED A HOUSEKEEPER: MIDDLE
aged lady preferred; good home for the
Summer. Phone Main 2613.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
tell the new telephone Index. Inquire W.
J. Clemeca. 273 Stark st.
STENOGRAPHER PUBLIC STENOGRA
can have office rent and use of typewriter
free. W 95, Oregonian.
WHOLESALE HOUSE WANTS TOUNG
lady stenographer: beginner preferred. Ad
dress B 100, Oregonian.
BURNT WOOD AND LEATHER WORKER,
must letter well and be rapid worker. Ad
dress Y 91, Oregonian.
GIRLS WANTED AT PACIFIC REGALIA
Co.. 205 H 1st st. Apply Monday between
9 and 10.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. small family. Call 181 E. 18th. Phone
NICE YOUNG GIRL TO CARE FOR LITTLE
girl 3A years old. BUon Court, 11th and
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK:
small family. Apply mornings, 91 N.
WANTED A WOMAN TO DO KITCHEN
work In a private boarding-house. 183 5th.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN CARE OF CHILDREN.
295 24th. cor. Pettygrove. Phone Main 6230.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 40" Ella, near Washington.
EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE DIPPERS
wanted at 62 Union ave.. Portland. Or.
WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN CANDY
factory. Coltman'o, 350 Washington st.
WANTED SALESLADY. NEW ENGLAND
Department Store, 9 North 3d st.
WOMAN OR GIRL TO DO COOKING. AT
Baumann Hotel, 412 N. 19th st.
A GOOD COOK WANTED. CALL AT S12
Kearney st. bet. 24th and 23th.
WANTED JUNE 1. HOUSEKEEPER FOR
men. Address S 3, Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS HAIRDRESSER. MANICURE
Rosenthal Sisters. 1C0 5th.
WANTED LADIES. $12 AND $15 PER
week. P 2. Oregonian.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
quire at 14S N. 18th.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER WANTS
work by the day: good cook; best of city ref
erence. Call at 581 Northrup st.
WANTED A WOMAN OF MIDDLE AGE
desires position as companion to elderly per
son: references If needed. Phone East 879.
HOME LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS
Phone Scott 3S46. Mrs. S. Scott.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED STENOG
rapher. bookkeeper and notary public, de
sires work la connection with law office
with privilege of study; salary not ma
terial: best of references; machine fur
nished if desired. Address N 1. Oregonian.
WANTED-POSITION BY BOOKKEEPER,
stenographer and general office man. thor
oughly experienced; first-class references;
have good position, but desire to change.
Address L 97.. Oregonian.
YOUNG BUSINESS MAN WHO SPEAKS
and writes English. French, German and
the three Scandinavian languages would
like position during the Fair. C 96. Ore
gonian. WANTED SITUATION' AS BOOKKEEPER,
general office work or traveling salesman;
best of references; experienced. Ira. Miller,
9 EL 7th st. S.
STENOGRAPHER. WITH LONG EXPERI
ence. takes dictation on machine, rapid and
accurate, wants a situation. Phone East
DO YOU WANT AN EXPERIENCED
spieler:' first-class; one that gets the people
and the money ? Address 216 Ransou
bldg.. Walla Walla, Wash.
STEAM FITTER DESIRES POSITION FAC
tory or mill, city or country; can handle
men or work from print; best references. T.
Cllsham, 15 E. 3d.
BY THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED GASO
llne esgiaeer; can run any make of en
gine. G 98. Oregonian. Phone Union 3S03.
JAPANBSB LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
famish domestic strrants, farasers. ail ktsds
ef help. Slaek 983. 363 Everett sc.
FIRST-CLASS TOOLMAKER WOULD LIKE
to save steady Job or position; references
given if wanted. K 91, Oregoaiaa.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
Japanese ccok to work with, wife as sec
ond girl. V 96, care OregoaUn.
FIRST-CLASS TAILOR WANTS STEADY
work by tUs week; wae $18. aMrw 273
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COOKS. STEW
ards. head waiters, waiters and emploves
for the Fair Grounds. Books open. Take
L car, 3d street or new ferry. 107 Ruseell
street, cor. Mississippi. Cb. Williams.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. GERMAN, RE
sponsible and beat of character, used to s'!
kinds of work, and also business expenem.'-.
would like a position. Address 320li Front
St.. room S.
BUTCHER WISHES SITUATION IN COUN
try town: can do market work and slaugh
tering. Y 2. Oregonian.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WANTS SITCA
tlon for helping housework. J 3, Oregonian
wanted good nursery salesmen by
the largest company on the Pacific Coa5t;
write for terms and full particulars to Ore
gon Nursery Company, Salem, Oregon.
Reliable experienced agents in cities and
towns of Or., Wash, and Cal. National
Financing Co.. 20S Marquam bldg.
AGENT. WITH BOOTH AT EXPOSITION,
to handle souvenir Inclosing toilet article.
Sunset Chemical Co.. 415 Montgomery St..
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED CANVAS
sers. city and country; a snap. S01 Dekum bldg
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
Rooms tor the Exposition
la all parts of ths city.
Apply Exposition Accommodation Bureau.
200 to 203 Goodnough building.
Under direction of Lewis and Clark.
Exposition Corporation. Phone Main 6288.
WANTED CHOICE ROOM WITH BOARD,
or newly furnished flat: must be clot-e in.
West Side preferred: young married couple;
permanent. Address V 3, care Oregonian.
WILL GIVE $50 PER MONTH FOR FIVE
months for 8-room unfurnished house, select
neighborhood, near car line, west or north
side E 99, Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT BY RESPONSIBLE
tenant. 15 to 25 rooms, suitable for rooming
house. Address B 3. Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT A COTTAGE FUK
nlshcd or partly so. by family adults; ref
erences. Main 1076.
WANTED 10 TO 12-ROOM FURNISHED
house, central location. Went Side. X i,
HOUSE WANTED FURNISHED HOUSE
from 10 to 14 rooms. Phone Main 241.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUT3
all kinds of furniture, new or old. at 211
1st st. Phone Main 3655.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTH IN O
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." B2 N. 3d. Phone Hood 817.
WANTED GOOD DELIVERY HORSE. CITY
broke; state weight, age and price. Address
R 99, Oregonian.
WANTED TO.BORROW-$250O. GOOD PORT
land realty security. Address J 123, care Ore
gonian.. WANTED $1000 ON TWO 5-ROOM
tages, 2 full tots, value $2400. R
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
FOR SALE SODA WATER
complete. 3S6 Morrison st.
NEW LANGB HOTEL.
European plan; electric lights and bells,
steam heat and elevator; bath free to guests;
rates 50c. 75c and $1 per day; special rates
by the week. Elegant cafe and bar in con
nection. Corner 6th and Washington sts.
Sam Bauman, manager. F. Lange. prop.
THE AUDITORIUM. 208& 3D ST.. BET.
Taylor and Salmon. 1 block south of Baker
Theater Elegantly new furnished, steam
heat, hot. cold running water in rooms; tree
bath, rooms with private baths; elevator;
$3.50 week up; $1 day; tourists solicited.
HOTEL ARMINIUS MODERN BRICK. JUST
completed and elegantly furnished, electric
lights, hot and cold water In rooms, free
bath and phone; best part, of city: rates rea
sonable. 410i Morrison St., corner 11th.
Phone Main 5263.
RESERVATIONS MADE FOR LODGING 13
people during Fair; private residence: re
spectable people: reasonable rates; one door
from car going- direct to Exposition; 17 min
utes' ride; terms; dates. K 92. Oregonian.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL NEW BUILDING
with everything now throughout, elegantly
furnished, sunny rooms, modern conveni
ences; prices reasonable. 492 Washington.
HOTEL NORTHERN. COR. I2TH AND
Marshall sts. New, modern; all outside
rooms; electric lights, free baths and
phone. Phono Main 1459.
THE KINGSTON ROOMS, 190 3D. AD
jolmng Baker Theater, centrally located,
brick building; special attention given to ins
traveling public Phone Hood 657.
THE COSMOS. S. E. COR. 4TH AND MOR
rison; best down-town rooms In the city; heat
and service night and day; rates $3.30 per
week and up. Including bath; $1 day.
LARGE FRONT ROOM. COMPLETELY FCR
nlshcd. for man and wife or two gentle
men; private family: $20 per month. Free
phone and bath. Phone East 3338.
WHY SLEEP IN MUSTY, ILL-SMELLING
rooms when they can be had In new,- modern
house at same price; elegant location. 414
Jefferson, car. 11th.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, BATH,
electric light and phone: rates very reason
able. The New Belmont, 103 First. Mrs.
L. Zlnsley, Prop.
FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen, walking distance, fine view;
electric lights, bath and phone. 416 Lar
NICE ROOMS. NEW BRICK BUILDING. UP-to-date
furnishings; transients, 50c to $1;
special rates by week. 251 Alder, near
FIVE PALATIAL ROOMS. MODERN. BEAU
tiful grounds, walking distance; rent $J0.
D 1, Oregonian.
WILLAMETTE. 144 6TH. BET. MORRI
son and Alder Clean transient rooms, 30c
and $1 per day.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 848
Vaughn St.: also tent space. Fair visitors.
J 97, Oregonian.
FURNISHED ROOMS FORRENT-ON TWO
car lines, reasonable. Union 5871. bb2
LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, SUIT
able for two or three 288 Jefferson, oppo
site City Hall.
WELL FURNISHED. LIGHT AND AIRY
rooms, close In. Inquire 201 10th st., cor
TWO VERY NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
gas. bath and phone. 573 Main. Phone
THE TEMPLE. 343 YAMHILL ST.. Op
posite Hotel Portland; furnished rooms,
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM BY DAY OR
week, with use kitchen. 104 4th. corner of
FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, $2.o0
weekly; private family. 5S6 2d st., near
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. MODERN,
reasonable. 655 Fifth street, corner Lincoln.
WANTED TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE
of 8 to 12 rooms. Address Y 3, Oregonian.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH. KAS.
very central. 470 Burnslde st., suite L.-M.
ROOMS, suitable for 2 or 4 parties, with or
without board; transients. 395 Morrison st.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE
for two. 590 Conch, or phone Front 6l.
Cheapest and best-located rooms In Portland.
$1 week sp. Oilman. 1st and Aider sts.
623 LOVEJOY NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, corner cf 20th and Lovejoy,
FURNISHED ROOMS THE COLORADO. 244
MoBtgSBsery St.; rates reaaoaable.
WANTED TWO DOMESTIC SALESMEN.
RoeerU Bras., 3d aad Morrison,