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THE 3IOKX1XG- OKKGOXIAX, FK1DA1,. ,TUJL,I 7,
We want to emphasize the
fact that we arc now showing
New Fall Carpets
Fall stocks usually arrive late in
August; ours are in now scores
of new- patterns, fresh from the
We have secured a large percent
age of" strictly private patterns
designs confined to us by the man
ufacturers, and not shown by any
other house in this city.
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J. G. Mack & Co.
86-88 THIRD STREET
XETSCKAX . rre.
tmm us wumktm tmvn, ntruii. utm
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's. No. 413 Washington street, at
10 A. M. S. L. X. Gllman. Auctioneer.
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. ISO First
street, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson. Auctioneer.
At the Portland Auction Rooms, 211 First
street. Sale at 2 P. M. sharp. C. L. Ford,
At Baker's Auction House, corner Alder
and Park streets. Sale at 2 P. M. George
Baker & Co.. Auctioneers.
Circle No. 53. Wom
en of Woodcraft, and
Webfoot Camp No.
65. Woodmen of the
World. will Install
their officers Jointly
thlf (Friday) evening
in W. O. W. Hall.
10th and Washlng-
ton streets. All are welcome. Refreshments
Rill be perved. JOS. HOWELL.
A. L. BARBER. C C.
MULTNOMAH CAMP. W. O.
W. Meets every Friday evening
at East Alder and East Sixth
strets. All Woodmen cordially
Invited to meet with us.
J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk.
PORTLAND LODGE NO. 55, A. F.
& A. M. Regular communication
this (Friday) evening, 7:30 o'clock.
Work In the M. M. degree. All
Master Masons arc invited to attend.
By order W. M. I. W. PRATT.
HAWTHORNE LODGE NO. 111.
A. F. & A. M Special communication
this (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Work in the E. A. degree. All E.
A. Masons welcome.
By order of the W. M. C. E. MILLER.
ATTENTION MEMBERS OF COURT CO
LUMBIA. NO. 2. FORESTERS OF AMERICA.
Your presence Is urgently requested at our
meeting tonight. July 7. Installation of offi
cers and other business of lm:ortance. Re
freshments will be served.
GEO. A. JOHNSTON. F. S.
HASSALO LODGE No. IS. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at 8
o'clock. First degree and installation of of
ficer. Visitors welcome.
HENRY BROWN. Scc'y.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER NO. SC. O.
E. 3. A regular communication this
(Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. K.
P. Hall. Marquam building. In
stallation of officers.
SARAH B. GUERIN. Sec.
M'CLURE At residence. 20" Tillamook street.
July 5. 1905. Harvey B. McClure. aged 57
years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rebecca Mc
Clure and father of Mrs. J. L. Beans. A. L.,
Nora and George McClure and Mrs. H. L.
Walkup of this city and L. A. McClure of
New York. Funeral sen-Ices will take place
at residence Saturday. July S. at 2 P. M.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery. Services at
350DGSOX Friends and acquaintance are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
cervices of Gertrude E. Dodgson. which will
be held at Flnley's Chapel, at 2 P. M. to
day. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
M'KAY In this city, on July 5 1003. at the
residence. 312 Main street, Eva McKay,
aged 28 years. 7 months and 1 day. Re
mains will be shipped to Scappoose. Or
this morning. July 7. 1005. at S:30 A. M.
Puneral services will be held in Scappoose
at the church today. July 7, at 1 P. M.
Friends respectfully invited to attend. In
terment in family plot at Scappoose. Or.
" DUNNING. M'ENTEE & GILBAUGH. uc
eMKrs to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and embalmers. modern In every detail, 7th
and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO., Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing, Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. S07.
J. P. 1TNLEY & SON, Funeral Directors,
cor. 8d and Madisoi . Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 2.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers, 273 Ilus'l; East 1088; lady at't.
NEW TO DAT.
Of whom there are many in the City of Port
land, and the States of Oregon and Wash
ington should remember that
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMTAN1' IN
IS THE PLACE TO DEPOSIT.
WE PAY 3 PER CENT
ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
And from 3 to 4 per cent on certificates
of deposit that can be drawn at any time by
gixing a certain number of days' notice.
Send for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third JStreet, Phone Main 433.
BENJ. I. COHEN... President
H L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET .Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA. ....... . .Assistant Secretary
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
Marquam Grand Theater
Direction N. W. T. Association.
C. HEILIG. President.
PHONE MAIN S68.
(Morrison st., let. th and 7th)
TONIGHT AT 8:30 O'CLOCK
Special-Price Matinee Tomorrow at 2:30.
Continuing Saturday. Monday. Tuesday.
Wednesday Nights With a Special
THE FAMOUS GERMAN COMEDIANS
KOI.I1 AND DILL
In the Musical Comedy Burlesque
"The Beauty Shop"
40 BEAUTIFUL CHORUS GIRLS 10
MUSIC AND MIRTH.
POPULAR PRICES Matinee. 2.1. 35 and 50
cents. Night. 23, 33, SO and 73 cents.
Seats are now selling for this and next
BELASCO THEATER K-Sll
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and Wash.
TONIGHT ALL THE WEEK
Sixth Week Belasco Stock Company.
First Presentation on Any Stage of
By Phil. F. Rogoway. From Eva Emery
Dye's Topular Novel of the Same Name.
SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION BIG CAST
Story pt Lewis and Clark Graphically Told.
Regular Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
Trices Night. 15 to 75c; matinees. 15 to 30c
"A FOOL AND HIS MONEY"
Twelfth and Morrison.
Two Performances Dally.
Matinees at 2;15. Evening at S:15.
All this week the Empire Stock
Company in the great emo
"Lost in London"
ADMISSION 1 f pevrg
ALWAYS 1 WSNTS
BAKER THEATER hfif
Keating & Flood. Managers.
THE THREE KUHNS.
FINE AND DANDY. JEAN WILSON.
BURNS AND WILSON.
MOVING PICTURES. BAKER ORCHESTRA.
Theater always cool and comfortable. Per
formances dally at 2,30. 7;30 and 0 P. M. Ad
mission 10 cents to any feat, except boxes.
VAUDETHLE T14V f.DAMD EirCSITIOI
MB EICEUEKCE 1 - VJitAAi AXIIUCIIKM
THE BUCKEYE TRIO.
5 MUSICAL HEWITTS 3.
MARSHALL AND LORRAINE
DALY AND IIEROI.D.
ROBERTS AND DEMONT.
MR. G. 1L SHONE.
General admission 10c Evenings. Sundays
and holidays, front scats lower floor 20c
Box seats 23c
HOLIDAY TUC CTAQ BEST II
ATmCTIOKS lilEl JlAK TAUOETIUE
STEPHEN FITZPATRICK & CO.
FRANK MILTON AND THE DE LONG
MACK AND WILLIAMS.
JENKINS AND O'NEILL.
MR. JOSEPH BONNER.
General admission 10c. Sundays, evenings
and holidays, front seats lower floor 20c
Box seats 25c .
CARNIVAL of VENICE
ON THE TRAIL.
THE BIGGEST HIT OF THE LEWIS AND
300 PEOPLE 300
5 1 00.000 IN V ESTED-S 1 00.000
ADMISSION. 23 CENTS.
Lewis aid 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 or tower, upen a A. m. to S P. M.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
FOR .'ALE 30 ACRES. SYCAMORE fiTA
tlon. on O. W. P. electric line; running water.
Address o care uregonun.
On Tortland Real Estate at Lowest Rates.
i iu rs insured. ADstract furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
6 and " Chamber of Commerce.
DOCTOR Western Washington: on
a-svvi vl aceount rotirim-
practice, trill sell wu0 practice. houe
office, lot; outside income. $40 monthly Is
only physician. Price. $2500. Address
Doctor, Box V SI, Oregonian office.
Your Money Safe.
Invest your money in University
Park lots where no robber can steal it
from you, where no bank officer can
gamble- it away on the stock market.
Money invested in University Park
lots, will grow while gold coin in the
tight box will stand still. Remember
that the Oregon end of the great
bridge over the Columbia River
will rest on University Park. Re
member that the manufacturing,
wholesale,ljobbing business, along our
water front will make a demand for
skyscrapers at University Park in the
near future. Remember that Uni
versity Park is the very center of that
vast city now springing up on the
Peninsula between the rivers. Uni
versity Park is a business, social and
educational center. It has the Colum
bia University, which brings a cul
tured class. It gives employment to
all in its mills, factories, docks, stores
and shops. There is a big demand for
residences. Real estate is changing
hands rapidly. Money is being made
through advances in property values.
There are thousands of persons in
Oregon and Washington who regret
that some friend or foe did not kick
them into investing in Portland real
estate years ago. Within two years
another wail will go up from those
who let pass the opportunity to buy a
few lots at University Park. Prices of
lots range from 80 to $330 each.
Terms, one-tenth cash, balance on
monthly installments. No interest on
deferred payments if paid when due.
Prancis I. McKenna, Room 606 Com
mercial Block. Agent at University
For Sale A new 3-room cottage, all con
veniences, full cement basement, streets
A very desirable location.
Convenient to two trolley lines.
Terms will b given.
Lots sold on advantageous terms to home
The Oregon Real'Estate Co
6S4 Third St.. Room 4.
California-" Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settler. 0200 acres of Irri
gated land In 20arre farms at 550 to $70 per
acre one-fourth cash. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct te
Tulare City. 2 miles from BHs Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
table, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from Bllrw Land? (Inc.). care Sullivan & Sul
livan. Lawyers. 610 Parrott bldg.. San Fran
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance in All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
02-3 McKay bldg.. Third and Stark st.
Good modem house. Irving st,
west of 23d. FRANK E. HART.
105 Sherlock bldg.
FOR SALE RKAL ESTATE.
52750 ELEGANTLY FINISHED. THOR-
oughly modf-rn eigni-room House, neanng
completion, fractional lot. on Stephens st-.
near Ladd tract; splendid location, two car
lines on fame Mock, has fireplace, furnace,
nash tray, panejfd dining-room, handsome
ly stained woodwork, enameled tiled kitchen
and bathroom; will sell tor tcnall caoh pa
menT, balance Installment,' If desired; this
is a splendid home and will appeal to good
tate. W. L. Morgan. 513 McKay bldg.
ACRE TRACTS AVE HANDLE ACREAGE
x a specialty, within city limits r outside.
'Some aercfl with term as low as lo per
month with water. A. C Churchill &. Co..
Inc.." 110 2d M.
FOR SALE EASY TERMS. OR EXCHANGE
for other property. Hood River. 10 acres
good. Improved fruit land; 7 acres la bear
ing strawberries; 6 Inches perpetual water
right for land. Address SunnjYlde Farm.
Hood River. Or.
CHOICE BUILDING 1X)TS FOR SALE ON
the line of the railroad In City View Park
Addition to East Portland. Also. 2-acre
tracts north of i-ellwood on the tiark. Call
on or apply to R. B. Knaf, 720 Chamber
RIVER FRONT FROPERTV LARGE WARE-
house on east side of Jront sc. bet. Mom
ton and Madison sm.. for rale; 5Oxll0 feet:
two floors: property paying good Interest on
amount asked for it. Inquire of owners, 763
FOR SAKE -AT EVELYN PARK. ON MT.
Scott carllne. 3 lots, with 30 fruit trees;
planted with petatow water main In; best
of jM1 for garden. J. A. Barrette. Gray's
C40 ACRES SCHOOL LAND AT FLIGHT AD
vance over state price In heart of larce
irrigated district; half tillable: mar rail
road survey. A. C. Palmer. SIS Oregonian
CITY PROPERTY. 70X70 FEET. FACING
Willamette st.; a new two-story frame store
building on It; the building Is 30xCO feet.
Inquire at 402 'Willamette St.. Eugene. Or.
FOR SALE 10 ACRES MT. TABOR. NEAR
car line; email payment down, your own
time for balance. Mm. H. Downing. 631
Commercial St., Alblna car.
FOR SALE 3-ROOM HOUSE. WITH MOD
ern Improvements. See Mrs. Howe about
It. Union 173. Two farms, one sawmill will
be sold reasonable.
FINE HOMESTEAD OF YELLOW FINE
timber claim relinquishment; house and
well; In apple belt; J 200; opportunity. S
FOR SALE ONE ACRE. MT. TABOR;
good house, fine garden, $1500. Mrs. R.
Downing. iWl Commercial st.. Alblna car.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Adcitcu. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
SELLWOOD TOWNSITE CO. LOTS 53
down. 55 a month. Office at S'llwood and
at 222 Falling bldg. Union 1491.
FOR SALE THOROUGHLY MODERN
hous4 and lot. Holladay Park. Inquire
owner. 318 Falling bldg.
NEW 7-R005I HOUSE. HOLLADAY PARK;
owner occupying; will fell cheap; terms.
Phone East 1400.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 6 MILES
from Morrison et, bridge. C K. Ballard,
BARGAIN 10 ACRES GOOD LAND. SEVEN
miles East Side; price 51000. E. J. Gelfer.
FOR SALE 515O0: ONE BLOCK OF S LOTS
In Patten's Addition. 270 Washington ox.,
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND LOTtS.
West or East Side. Apply forenoons 449 3d st.
FOR SALE FARMS.
A SNAP 50 ACRES WELL-IMPROVED. 1R.
ri rated ranch. clo?e to J'rosser; new 9 -room
house; river front; fine orchard; will trade
for 5. 10 or 20 acres near Portland or Ta
coma. Portland preferred. Addrees C. U.
Baker. Frosser. Wash.
SMALL FARM; ALL IN CULTIVATION; 7
miles from Portland. j-ultaMe for chicken
ranch. Inquire of owner. 353 East First
fl near Weldler.
FOR SALE STOCK RANCH OF 320 ACRES,
not In hands' of real estate agents. Address
J. C Shellenbaum. 65 Union ave.. North.
Portland. Or., or write to Box 54. Gates.
Marlon bounty. Or.
35-ACRE FARM AT CANBT. OR.; WELL
Improved: good building; good orchard and
strawberry field. 51000. Dltnlck & Dimlck.
Oregon City, Or.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
5700 buys a nice little home of -10 acres
with 6 under the plow, all rich soil without
a foot' of waste land; fine bearing orchard;
good 4-room house and barn; live water:
close to school and only 2 miles from town.
$1500. with down, takes a fine IGO-acre
farm, of which 20 Is bottom land and un
der plow; all rich land: live water, boute
and barn. 500.000 feet fir timber, close to
school and Kelso.
5000 buys an Al farm all Mocked: US
acres with 50 acres under plow, balance
seeded to pasture: land lays cicely: rich
oll, live water, fenced and cross-fenced,
large bearing orchard, elegant 7-rooni dwell
ing, two large cattle bares; with this
place goes 3 horses. 30 bead cattle, of which
10 are milk cows. 10 hogi. harness and
wagon, mower, bayntke. plows, harrows and
smalltr farming Implements and a flee crop;
close to school and good town; reasonable
terms; greatet bargains of two land com
panies; will not be on market long; write
or come at once.
1MUS & WILLOUGHBY AND COWLITZ
COUNTr LAND CO. COMBINED.
Odces: Kalama and Kelso. Wash.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
$3000. with one-halt down, buys the "fa
mous Coweman property" of 4SO scree, of
which one-half Is bottom land, with 15a
acres under pi aw. balance second bottom
land reeded to pasture: land lays most
beautifully; all blsci loam soil: cot subject
to June overflow; live water oa every -10:
fenced and cross-fenced; large bearing o 'ch
ard; elegant 8-room houe; two large barns;
rchoolbouse on place; well adapted for di
versified farming; come cr write for par
ticular?. Imus & Wllioughby and Cowlitz
County Land Co.. combined: offices Kalama
and Kelso, Wanh.
1050 ACRES STOCK. FRUIT AND GRAIN
farm. Southwestern Oregon, near coast and
projected railroad; no snows; consists of
timber, prairie and bottom land; ZOO acre
Umber and $150o worth tanbark on place; 3
barn and house; fenced; 75 acres been cul
tlated; good crop of oats-, corn, potatoes,
torn atom and melons now growing; 60 head
cattle, span of horses and farm Implements
go with place; all at 15 an acre; half cash.
A. C PALMER.
315 Oregonian- Building.
ONLY 535 PER ACRE.
For an SO-acre tract of strawberry and fruit
land mile from White salmon; the land
lies beautifully. Is level, rich, deep eublrrl
gated solL This land Is easily worth 550
per acre and will bring that within six
months; we must have some Quick mosey,
and offer this tract at that price for only
J2o days. Act qujckly if you nant it. Send
for our book on White Salmon Valley.
White Salmon Land Co., While Salmon.
P0 ACRES OF GOOD RICH LAND. 64
miles east of Oregon City; 45 acres In cul
tivation. 30 slashed. 15 timbered: no waste
land: good pasture and fences, bearing or
chard, fair buildings. Ane spring and well,
school one mile; land lays fine and has ex
cellent crops; with Implements and crops.
54SOO. J. A. Moehnke. Oregon City. Or.
STOCK FARM BARGAIN. 700 ACRES,
well watered. 100 acres can be Irrigated,
controls miles of range, postofflce at ranch.
512 per acre: Improved Irrigated farms.
520 to 530 per acre; several exceptional
bargains. Enterprise Realty Co.. Enter
FOR SALE 100 .VRES PATENTED LAND,
with over 3.1'OO.li-Xt feet fln-st yellow pine,
i mile from White Salmon River from store
at Trout Lake. Wartilngtoa. P. O. Box
52.50 PER ACRE FOR WHOLE OR HALF
nct!on of land in Benton Co.. I? miles
from R. R. station: good grazing and fruit
land, well watered. Owner, 107 Sherlock bldg.
ONE LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
for rent for 2: 515 per month. Inqulrs 40H
24 at., cor. Ash., room 3.
A RICH-PAYING FARM. GOOD BUILDINGS,
telephone and bath; 75-acre monster crop,
fruits, walnuts, all Mock and farm machin
ery; some furniture; very clos In; Portland
residence taken In exchange: balance very
easy terms. H. Grebe, owner. 177 Sherman
DENVER LOTS; ALSO 160 ACRES OF
land, within 4 miles of Denver Postofflce.
for Portland or Tacoma property. Call on
or address "Owner." 620 Chamber of Com
EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY 40
acres; 25 In fruit: one of the flaett In the
Valley. If you have something good call
or address L. J. Shell. 146 Clh su
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WB WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. 5000
to 510.000; also business properties. 55000" to
520.000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co..
405 Ablnicton bldg.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
WD LOCATE YOU ON TIMBER CLAIMS.
Central Oregon, or homesteads: tine valley,
good water. See us; If not good, your
money back. Room 6, Hotel Shanlko, Sha
TIMBER FOR SALE-160 ACRES FIRST
class spruce and cedar; Pacific -County: ;
mile from tidewater; tributary' Columbia
River. Karl Johnson, 1253 Franklin ave.,
140 ACRES CEDAR TIMBER; FINE LOCA
tlan for hlngle mill. Ira I. Everson. Wald
Or. FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
WHAT AM I OFFERED FOR GOVERN
ment privileges for 3000 acres lo
caiable on any public lands In the United
States except timber and mineral? Address
G SS. Oregonian Portland. Or.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS GUARAN
teed. mineral lands titled, public land prac
tice, Collins Land Col. Conccrd bldg.
CERTIFIED SCRIP FOR SURVEYED OR
unsurveyed lands. W. G. HowelL 5"W
Chamber of Commerce.
WILL BUILD BRICK BUILDING ON FA
vorable lease for stable, laundry, storage,
factory", etc.. on whole or part of down-town
quarter block. Address P. O. Box 27B. clt.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE
hlcles by the day. week or month: harness,
addles and 2ft) new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomllnson & Cans I -day.
211 Washington st.
LOT OF SECOND-HAND EXPRESS. GRO
cery, furniture wagons, trucks, surreys: sac
rificed for cash. ZOS Fourth.
BLACK MARE. S YEARS OLD. 1100
pounds: safe and sound. Lock wood's Sta
ble. Burnslde. cor. 0th.
GOOD SADDLE AND DRIVING JIORSES
for sale cheap. U. P. Stables. 233 Russell t.
FOR SALE-FOUR HEAVY TEAMS AND. 1
fine 1200-lb. single driver. 154 N. 5th st.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE
Next session begins July l.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastic roofing. In rolls,
easy to lay; needs no palming or coating;
good over old Iron, tin or shingles; for
new roofa there Is nothing better; guaran
teed: Mastic roof paint and ceneni will
stop small leaks. National Mastic Roofing
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW GASOLINE LAUNCH ;
compromise stern; ISVi feet long, beam 4Vj
feet. 3-H. P. engine; seating capacity. 12
persono; would trade for automobile, tj fx.
Oregonian. Phone Scott 3554.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; e
rent tabic, -with privilege of buying; mod
ern tar flxturea. cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Ccllender.
49 3d s.
GREAT REDUCTION 2ALE ENTIRE STOCK
to be sold below cost; please come In and
look: ladles underwear and shirtwaists. Man
Slag & Co.. 302 Morrlron st.
STOVEWOOD. EQUAL TO TWO CORDS OF
woad. 52.50 per load In stovewood lengths.
In any quantity. Mr. Howe Wood Co.. 1209
Division. Phone Union 173.
BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSEBOAT. FURNISH
ed throughout and ready for occupancy. In
cluding launch, float and rowboat; cheap.
A W. Or-gonlan.
FOR SALE SMITH-PREMIER TYPE
wrlter. almost new; reasonable. C 73. car
CANARY BIRDS FOR SALE; FINE SING
era. 530 E. Lincoln. Take Sellwood cars.
TWO TICKETS FOR SALE. LADIES AND
genu, for St. Louis. Mo. X SS. Oregonian.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 321
Chamber Commerc or phone Main 2303.
FOR SALE-1 LADY'S LIGHT SIDE SAD
dle and 1 gentleman's. 662 Kearney.
FOR SALE TWO FRESH JERSEY COWS.
12? TowRdnle t . West Side.
HELP TTAXTXD MALE.
SHIRT IRONER. 515 A WEEK; WOODS
men. sawmill hands; second cook. 5S0;
hotel butcher. 560; all kinds of kitchen
and pantry work.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
20 North Second Street.
WANTED SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
address who can leave town immediately
to travel and learn good-paying business;
others need not apply. Call 10 to 12 P. M..
2bOH Margin t. Take U car.
MAN WITH ENERGY WILLING TO WORK
and take charge of a legitimate paying busi
ness ; must have some capital; a good
chance for the right man; references ex
changed. P DO. Oreronian.
WANTED 10.000 LABOKERb. LOGGERS,
mill and railroad work. If you want work
com to Portland: wages. 51-40 to 53 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co..
249 Hurntlde at.
WANTED SWIFT COMPOSITOR AND GOOD
Job printer on country weekly; elngle man.
sober. Industrious; state speed, wages waul
ed and reference. Address Express. Klam
ath Fall. Or.
WANTED AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL
actors, singers, musicians, etc.. for dra
matic companies, vaudeville circuit. Fair,
etc. Newman Theatrical Agency, 35li
TOUNG MAN WILLING TO START AT 50
per week that has had experience In ship
ping and receiving; must give good refer
ences'. Give phone number. T 00, Ore
gonian. ABSOLUTELY" THE BEST OFFER EVER
put In the Northwest field for high-grade
canvassers for The World's Work. Address
Office. SOU 73S Mission sc., San Francisco,
MEN and women to leara natchmkx. en
graving. Jewelers wk; only prac school for
jewelers: money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrar. School. P. L bldr.. Seattle.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN,
single, to travel and learn good-paying
business; references. Call 10 to 3 P. M.,
room 14. 3S1 Yamhill st.
A FIRST-CLASS ENGINEER AS SUPERIN
tendent: experienced in the construction
work of ditches and power plant- Address
B 6i. Oregonian.
EDUCATED YOUNG MAN TO TAKE
charge of machinery exhibit at Exposition.
Address A. B. Cone. Block 4. Machinery
WANTED-COOKS AND WAITERS. HEAD
quarters Mws Encampment at Gearhart.
July 13-22. Apply Cnaplalc Gilbert. Armory,
0 P. 51.
WANTED SHOE SALESMAN. LOCAL Ex
perience. Clerks Registration Bureau. 205
California wine depot; headquarters bakers,
cooks, waiters, bartenders. AH wines 5
per glass. P. Loral!. I4S 4th. Clay 1302.
ANT Intelligent person may earn good Income
ccrrtFOcdlng for newspapers: experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y.
Wanted Men to learn barber trade: steady
practice: xpert Instructions. Write for
terms. Glilman's College. 627 Clay St.. S. F.
WE WANT AN ACTIVE REAL ESTATE
man; living salary and commltolon added;
good chat.ee for live man. V SS. Orrgonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS 5IEN IN PORT
Iand and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write. 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED ALL-ROUND CLOTHING SALES
man. good references: permanent. Cleks"
Registration Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
ONE-HALF INTEREST MANUFACTURING
builnesf; large profits; live hustler wanted
mote than money. V 00. Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN. WINDOW DRESSER. LIMIT
ed experience. 550; flno opportunity. Clerks
Registration Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
CHEF. J20 WEEK: ALL AROUND COOK.
550. and kitchen help, waitresses, chamber
maids. National Office. 312 Pine.
WANTBD-PARTNER WITH 5350O CASH AT
World's Fair; besides will pay you salary
of f50 a week. K M. Oregonian.
WANTED AT ONCE. JLN TO PUT UP
and take care Philadelphia KItson coal oil
lamps. C. A. Bell. 2724 Oak.
WANTED EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN
as manager for power and lighting plant.
Address L 7S. care Oregonian.
PHOTOGRAPHER FINISHER WANTED TO
finish, to do amateur and professional work.
O 0 Oregonian.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
take staple article of hardware as side line.
N So. Orrgonlan.
MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF REAL Es
tate office; salary moderate. Address E
WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN AS SH1P
plng clerk In furniture store. Address S
WANTED A GOOD MAN; MUST UNDER
stand market business. M. C. Mace. 151
WILL THE YOUNG MAN WHO CALLED
with his sister at 141 Seventh st. call again.
WANTED A GOOD ALL AROUND PHOTO
grapher. C. Aune. Jr.. 5th and Alder sts.
School of telegraphy and electricity; pupils
wanted: positions wanted for grads. 305H 1st-
LADY CLERK WANTED. CALL AFTER
10:3O A. M. Swetland & Son. 273 Morrison.
W" ANTED SAILORS FOR EUROPE. APPLY
at Sailors Home. cor. 2d and Gllsan sts.
OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED; HIGH
es price paid. SO 3d. Phone Green 47S.
WANTED TWO BOYS. WELL RECOM
mended. Apply Immediately 3C3 Stark.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN
try; big wages: 215 Commercial block.
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS BARBER SAT
urday. Apply 31S Williams ave.
WANTED RUNNER FOR THE BRISTOL
Hotel. 14th and Washington sts.
BOY WANTED. STEADY" FACTORY WORK
4l Front, cor. Davis.
BARBER WANTED 31t, N. 2D.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS. WAITERS. DISHWASHERS,
chambermaids, wanted at 312 Pine St.:
some good positions open. Call early.
WANTED STRONG WOMAN TO ASSIST
In housework: no washing or cooking. 2j0
10th. beteween Taylor and calmon.
WANTED REFINED YOUNG LADY" AS
housekeeper for a gentleman. Call after 10
A. 51. 2343 Morrison c. room 10.
GIRL AS CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS
In family of two; perianal reference re
quired. Call at 434 Morrison st.
WANTED GIRL TO ATTEND CANDY
and Ice cream stand. Call bet. 9 and 12
A. M. at 520 Burnslde st.
WANTED 1 PRETTY GIRLS FOR HIGH
class vaudeville act; big salary. Call room
11. 3514 Morrison.
WANTED A YOUNG LADY THOROUGH
In manicuring, halrdresslng and shampoo
ing. 100 4 Morrison.
GIRL COOK WANTED GERMAN PRB-
ferred. Wages 530. Call 21st and Jackson.
WANTED GIRL FOR LIGHT COOKING
and housework. Apply mornings only. 35 N
17th. cor. Couch.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN
eral housework, small family. Call morn
ings. 730 Hoyt nt.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
two in family; no children. Apply forenoons
CO I Northrup.
WANTED GERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN
girl; general hou.ework; good wages. 415
WANTED MANGLE HELP AND IRONERS
Apply Star Laundry" Co.. Union ave. and E.
FIRST-CLASS HAND IRONERS: ALSO
glrM for mangier. Grand Laundry. 17th and
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good home; no washing. 662 Kear
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. 655 E. Burnslde. cor.
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL. 211
Preltman ave.. 51 1. Tabor. Phone Scott
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: NO
children; wages 515. Apply 307 10th st.
WANTED GIRLS F6R FINISHING OVER
slb and shirts In factory at 75 1st.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES AT HOTEL
Pendleton. Pendleton, Or.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOK. 540: SWEDISH COOK. 535: RES
taurant cook. 510 a week: 3 pantry wom
en. 525 and 50 a week; cook, 8 to 10 A. M
and 4 to S P. M.. 525. ,
Night waitress and cashier. 53 a week: 2
waitresses, same place. 58: 3 waitresses,
different places. 58 and 57 a week; 3
kitchen helpers and women to prepare
vegetables etc.. SC a week; dishwasher. . Id.
Shirt Ironer. 512 a week; woman to work
la dye house', no experience. 513 day;
waitress, country-. $23. See party here.
4 chambermaids. 520; second girl. 520;
women to wash paint work, etc.; hotel,
5 IS and found.
Cook and downstairs girl. 3 family. 52;
many houseglrls to cook and do general
housework and some to assist. It you wish
employment call at
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
343H Washington St.. cor. 7th, upstairs.
PHONE 5IAIN 2602.
LADIES WANTING EMPLOYMENT
please call: many situations too numerous
to mention. Exposition and other places.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
343H 'Washington sc. cor. 7th.
PHONE MAIN 2602.
AT ONCE. SEVERAL YOUNG LADIES TO
enter hospital training school; between 20
and 25; In answering, give personal de
scription, previous occupation, etc. Win
lock General Hospital. Wlnlock. Wash.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS, EXPERIENCED
second glrL good wages, references required.
Call between 3 A. 51. and 1 P. M.. JJ3 North
20th. southwest corner 20th and Flanders.
GIRLS. 1G YEARS OR OVER. WANTED TO
operate spinning machines; good wages.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup
sts. Take "S street-car.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COOK. GOOD
wages; references required. Call between U
A. M. and 1 P. M.. 05 North 20th, southwest
corner 20th and Flanders.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, 22U&
Morrison. Main 1323.
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN. NOTIONS,
fancy goods, hosiery, underwear, skirts.
Jackets, waists, etc Apply bet. 0 and 10
o'clock. 171 3d st.
YOUNG LADY HAVING SOME KNOWL
dge of typewriting for clerical work at
Exposition. Columbia Phonegraph Co., 371
WANTED NICE REFINED COUNTRY GIRL
to do hour work in small family; good pay.
kind home, with privileged for good girl.
WANTED LEADING WOMAN FOR DRA
matlc company; flrst-claes. engagement, good
salary. Newman's Theatrical Agency, 351H
A COMPETENT" GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking: small family; good
wages; refertnees. Call 295 W. Park. cor.
WANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework; nlso woman to wash and Iron
by the day. Apply 752 Lovejoy St., cor.
WANTED FOUR PRETTY YOUNG LADIES
In the choru? at the Cascades Theater, "on
the Trail." Apply after 1 P. M. Manager.
TVA VTPrnVtni'S'KK'TTFrPPTTlR COOKS. WAIT-
ers. chambermaids, general workers. st. i
Louis Agency. 230Vj Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
sentatlves in Portland and throughout state:
gcod pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED GIRL ABOUT 16 YEARS OLD TO
alst In office of wholesale house. Answer
In own handwriting. F 00, care Oregonian.
WANTED A GOOD SWEDE OR GERMAN
woman or girl for housework. Call 217
Oregcnlan bldg.. after 0 o'clock.
TWO GIRLS FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worx: no cooKing: to assist cniiaren; one
to go to Coast. 23." Grant st.
GIRL TO WAIT ON TABLE AND ASSIST
with housework; no cooking. 303 Morri
son, cor. 10th.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK MUST
be cook; give references: wages 530 month.
313 13th st.
WANTED-NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: email family. 257 N. 22d.. cor.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 715 lovejoy St.. N. E. cor
WANTED GIRLS IN MANGLE ROOM.
Apply American Laundry. 12th and Flan
ders. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO TAKE
care of baby during day. 81G Johnson st.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS
child's nurse. Apply 535 Couch st.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. Phone Scott 3223.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A
small family. Call 560 1st st.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK:
small family. 55 E. 10th N.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED. CALL AFT
er 0 A. M.. 714 N. 0th.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED 60 YOUNG PEOPLE TO TAKE A
course In bookkeeping or shorthand, day
and night sessions; a good position Is
worth tho price of tuition. The demand for
cur graduates 1 far greater than we can
supply. Had 20 calls within past two
weeks; let us help you: it will be a sure
road to success. Call and have a talk with
us: catalogue. Behnke-Walker Business
DENTAL WORK FREE THOSE DESIR
Ing to take advantage of the Lewis and
Clark Dental Congress and have dental
work performed free by men of nuthortty
In dental theory and practice, who will
demonstrate for the benefit of dentists
only, are requested to call upon G. H. Not
tage. chairman clinic committee. 600 Ore
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
WANTED POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS
steamer engineer and machinist: experience
In erecting and operating and driving auto
mobiles, gasoline launches, dynamos, etc.
26S Oak Ft.
WANTED BY INDUSTRIOUS MAN AND
wife, a position in charge of logging camp;
both good cooks and experienced. Address
51 SS. Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCLVTION CAN
furnUih domestic servants, farmers also; all
kinds of help. Clay 513. 263 Everett st.
MINER WOULD LIKE TO GET AS5ESS
ment work to do: will go to any part of
the state. C. Payne. 431 B. Ankeny st.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
situation In family; wages 530 and up. T.
Frank. W S9. Oregonian.
WANTED TO TAKE CARE OF LAWN OR
to do general housework In exchange for
board. O 9. Oregonian.
CAPABLE YOUNG MAN WORK OF ANY
kind: good bookkeeper. Excellent references.
Y St, Orrgonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY. SPEAKS ENGLISH,
wishes situation; all kinds of work. 231
Burnslde st N.
FIRST-CLASS CHEF IN HOTEL OR RES
taurant: strictly sober; beat references. R
INSIDE PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING.
30c an hour. G. F. Buck. West ave. N..
AVANTED WORK BY STRONG BOY OF IS;
place for advancement preferred. Phone
SITUATION WANTED-JAPANESE COOK
In family, housework, any place. 270
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS A PLACE
to do housework or help cook. A 91. Ore
gonian. JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION FOR
general housework in city. S S9. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION BY GARDENER; CAN
give references. H 90. Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOUNG WOMAN WHO WRITES A GOOD
hand, is accurate In figures and understands
bookkeeping, wants a position: city refer
ences. Address Y 00, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED REFINED CAPABLE
woman, housekeeper widower's family or
roomlng-hous-. 2304 Yamhill. Phone Main
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
era. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Loula Agency. 2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCE MIDDLB
aged worsen, opportunity take charge of
rooming-bouse. T SO, Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A RESPECTABLE. MIDDLE-AGED LADY
wishes position as housekeeper for widower
or housekeeper in rooming-house. Phono
Clay 603. 512 Savler st.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION,
housekeeper In good home; no objection to
children. E 01. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
by English woman of large experience. C
WANTED YOUNG WOMAN FOR HOC3E
work In small family and assist la cars
of child. 200 Park st.
A GIRL WANTS LIGHT HOUSEWORK OR
waitress. Call 224 Halsey at.
GIRL WANTS LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
work. X SO. Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED GIRL DESIRES SITUATION
care Invalid. Norwegian glrl.t assist cham
berwork. 230i Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTS POSITION IN
hotel. restaurant or flrst-class private fam
ily. C 89. Oregonian.
WANTED BY WOMAN WHO SEWS WELL,
work with flrst-class dressmaker. Address
F 91. Oregonian.
WANTED BABY TO TAKE CARE OF. AP
ply at 140 N. 10th st.
WANTED TWO LADY OR GENT BOOK OR
photograph canvassers. S01 Dekum bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW, GOOD
seller, big wages. 213 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
OWNERS AND AGENTS WILL FIND XT TO
their advantage to list their vacant houses
or flats with our free rental department.
Our vacant house directory has become a
recognized institution in Portland, hun
dreds of tenants being weekly placed in
suitable quarters. We make no chargo
whatever, and landlord should take ad
vantage of this service by calling at our
rental department, tilling In our Informa
tion blantc; leave the rest to us; we will
secure a desirable tenant; we want houses
1c all parts of city ana suburbs; If you
have a vacant house, flat or apartment,
phone the particulars. Wo won't allow is
to remain long idle.
H. E. EDWARDS, HOUSEFURNISHER.
Rental Department. 1S5 to 191 1st st.
LADY EMPLOYED DURING DAT, RE
flned. wanto nice boarding place, 7th et, or
6th st.. not far out. use of bath. gas. phone,
modern, not to exceed $7 per week. Address
at once, with particulars, to J S9, care Ore
gonian. WANTED ROOJI BY LADY EMPLOYED;
central; mantel bed: use of phone; gas.
batR; with breakfast not to exceed $12 per
month. Address with particulars. C 91.
WANTED 5 TO 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR SUM
mer; well furnished and located; two In
family: good care taken of nice home. Ad
dress L. W. Garstone. Hotel Eaton.
BOARD AND 2 ROOMS WANTED FOR
gentleman, wife and S-year-oId daughter,
near carllne; permanent home desired with
refined people. N S9. Oregonian.
YOUNG COUPLE WANT FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; modern conveniences;
close In: permanent; state price. E 90. Ore
gonian. BOARD AND ROOM FOR MAN AND WIFE
of good acquaintance In city; permanent If
desirable: after July 15. D SS. Oregonian.
BY TEACHER DESIRABLE ROOM. BREAK
fast. dinner, with refined family; perma
nent: give phone number. A S3. Oregonian.
WANTED SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE,
either beach, for season: rent moderate. Ad
dress G 00. care Oregonian.
MAN AND WIFE WANT ROOM AND
board: permanent; close in; state price. D
ROOM AND BOARD IN COUNTRT FOR
ladv with 3 children. Call at 207 1st st.
WANTED 5 OR 6-ROOM COTTAGE: FUR
nlshed. Phone after 2. Main 3504.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUT 3
all kinds of furniture, new or old. at 211
1st st. Pbona Main 655.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFE CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at ths
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
WANTED TO BUY SMALL MILK ROUTE.
Apply Q SS. Oregonian.
WANTED SECOND-HAND ICE BOX. 131
THE AUDITORIUM. 20S4 3D ST.. BET.
Taylor and Salmon. 1 block south Baker The
aterElegant, newly furnished brick build
ing; hot and cold running water In rooms,
free porcelain baths, rooms with private
bath, electric light, elevator; rooms suitable
for two. 51 day, 54 per week up; tourists
THE AUDITORIUM, 20S4 3D ST.. BET.
Taylor and Salmon. 1 block south Baker The
aterElegant, newly furnished brick building,
hot. cold, running water In rooms, free porce
lain baths, rooms with private bath, electrle
light, elevator; roomd suitable for two. 51
day, 54 per week; tourists solicited.
Flrst-class in all its appointments, hot and
cold water In rooms, baths free to guests;
central location, facing Plaza. Phone Main
202S. J. E. Mlnard Black. Prop.
COR. THIRD AND SALMON.
THE KINGSTON. OLD ESTABLISHED
and reliable Rooms. 1004 3d st,. adjoining
(Baker Theater, centrally located, brick
building: rooms suitable for two, 51 day;
54 week up; cars pass the door direct to
Fair grounds and depot. Phone Ited 832.
ROOMS REASONABLE FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms or single rooms; elec
trie light, baths and phone; walking dis
tance from Fair grounds; on Thurman st.;
no objection to children. Phone Main 1066.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR BUREAU.
Personally Inspected rooms In Christian
homes for tourists. 211 Commercial block.
COR. SECOND AND WASHINGTON.
MOST BEAUTIFUL ROOMS IN THE CITT
at the Bristol Hotel: 51 per day up. 14th
and Washington sts.
NICE NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOMS, 25C
per night; one block from car, 10 minutes
ride. 1150 E. 34th ft.
327 WEST PARK NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with use of bath: prices reasonable.
Phone Main 1351.
DESIRABLE ROOMS: HOT AND COLD
water; walking distance to Fair. 667 Ir
ving St.. M. car.
16S4 10TH PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH RUN
nlng water, with or without board, by day,
week or month.
255 I1TH ST. BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS,
large sunny rooms; ground for one tent.
Thone West 761.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM;
suitable 1 or 2 gentlemen; all conveniences.
J 90. Oregonian.
52.50 PER WEEK; LARGE ROOM. SUIT
able for two. private family. 2S7 4th at.,
STRANGERS WILL FIND PLEASANT
and reasonable rooms at 266 Harrison st.
S car to door.
FOR RENT NICE LARGE FURNISHED
front room; hot and cold water: first floor.
ONE LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
also elngle rooms; phone, bath. 300 Alder,
ntar tith st-
SUITES OF TWO UNFURNI3HED H005I3
with gas stove. 51.75 per week. 332 East
THE HAM ANN. 135 N. 1STH ST. CLEAN
furnished rooms at reasonable rates. Phone
454 YAMHILL ST. ONE NEATLY FUR
nlshed room, reasonable; close In; nice lo
cation. THE ALDER 435 ALDER ST., NICELY
furnlshtd rooms, convenient, quiet and cen
tral. 52.50 PER WEEK. NICELY FURNISHEEK
front room; J3 for 2. 329 Oak st., near
THE CASTLE FURNISHED ROOMS. 372
Wasbirgton; private entrance on W. Park.