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mESrOBNINGOREGOXra, 3IOXDAY, JUjOY 10, 1905.
Companies F. H. and K. at
FAIR SCORES ARE MADE
Oregon National Guard May Send
Men to Seagirt to Compete With
Other State Military Or
ganizations at Targets.
Companies F, H and K., O. X. G., had
their final practice shoot at their range
yesterday prior to their departure lor
Camp Geartfart next Thursday morning.
Evervthinc: considered, the boys did fairly
wejl. although it la expected that during
their seven days' stay at the seashore
they will greatly Improve In their marks
manship. Captain V7. I. Gould was in command
of Company F. Captain Roy M. Doble
of Company H and Captain Ryland O.
Scott of Company K. Altogether about
SO men participated in the shooting, and
were very equally divided among the
three companies. Company F only shot
at 200 and 500-yards. while the other two
military organizations indulged In prac
tice over all three ranges-200, 300 and 500
Captain Scott, of Company 3C, made
some good scores at the different dis
tance?, considering that it was his
initial performance at the butts this
year. He made 20 out of a possible 25 at
200 yards, and his marksmanship through
out stamps him as likely to help repre
sent the state at Seagirt, N. J. Sergeant
Boytana and Corporal Sever, both of the
same company, also made 20 each over
the shorter range, and several of the
boys scored 16 and IP. Sergeant Bird car
ried off the honors at 200 yards by mak
ing a total of 20. Captain Scott Is quite
jubilant over the showing made by his
men. and is confident that other com
panies of the Third Infantry will have to
hustle to keep up with them.
Musician H. R. Cooley, of Company F,
distinguished himself by making 30 at
600 yards, which was the high score of
the day at the distance. Sergeant E.
Crouch, and Privates I... C. Seltzer and V.
F. Compton, also of Company F, secured
18, 17 and 17 respectively over the 500
The score of Company H was unobtain
able, hence no accurate record of their
shooting was available, but It is under
stood that one of its men mafle 21 at 200
yards, and that several others were not
The objectionable feature of the range
used by the local state military companies
consists of a deep depression between the
butts and the firing station. The wind
sucks through it like a funnel, and has a
tendency to drift the bullets of the small
callbered Krag-Jorgensons several feet at
BOO yards, and makes the marksmanship
uncertain at the other ranges while there
is any breeze.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, July 10, 1905. Maximum tem
perature, 83 dep.; minimum, 04 deg. River
reading at 11 A. M.. 8.5 feet: change In past
2 hours, 0.2-foot fall. Total precipitation. 5 P.
M. to 5 P. M.. none; total flnce September 1.
1904, 33.98 Inches; normal since September 1.
1004. 45.07 Inches; deficiency. 12.01 Inches.
Total sunshine July S, 1005, 15 hours and 30
minutes; possible sunehlne. 15 hours and 36
minutes. Barometer (reduced to eea-Ievcl) at
5 P. M.. 30.02.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
North Hea J
Salt Lake City...
San Francisco. . . .
.! O2'O.O0' VNW
. ! 0;0.00 12JSW
. t 0010.00' ti'W
..I 0!0.00' 8NW
,. ItOO.OOl fi'.W
..i 02 0.00' 4'W
! 8.T0.O0.12 NW
,114 0.00 ' 4!N
j SS'0.00 s'nw
, ; 70 0.00'20'W
.1 00 O.Ortl'.SW
.1 "S'O.OO' S'NW
No rain has fallen In the Pacific States
during the last 24 hours, but the temperature
has fallen 18 degrees In Western Oregon and
12 degrees In the Sound country, and cloudi
ness exists along the coast from Cape Flat
tery south to Eureka.
East of the Cascade Mountains high tem
peratures continue, and In most localities they
were the highest during the afternoon of any
that have occurred so far this season.
The indications are for fair weather In this
district Monday. It will be cooler in East
ern Washington and Northern Idaho.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 24 hours
ending midnight. Monday. July 10:
Portland and vicinity Fair and moderately
warm; northerly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Wartilngton
Fair: moderately warm In Interior; northerly
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Fair
and continued warm.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Fair and not so warm.
EDWARD A. REALS.
A Few Words Regarding the
"OLDEST TRUST COM
It has been In business over 38 yean.
It is well known and Judiciously and eco
Its Investments Include gilt-edged bonds and
first mortgages on real estate.
Its resources are over $1,000,000.
It receives small deposits as cheerfully as
Its customers are waited upon courteously
It desires you to open an account with it
NOW. enabling you to save your money and
add to it by getting Interest on it.
Give us an opportunity of explaining fur
ther to you or tend for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
infl Third Street. Phone Main 453
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK ..Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J O. GOLTRA .......Assistant Secretary
On Portland Heal Estate at Lowest Bates.
Titles insured. Abstracts -t unusaea.
Title Guarantee & Trust Ov,
a xui 7 Chamber ol Commerce
We want to emphasize the
fact that we are 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
ufacturers3 and not shown by any
other house in this city.
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J. G. Mack & Co.
86-88 THIRD STREET
rXCL KTTSCKAX, Trm.
(menus tun inn stmets. raru.ii, smti
"Rooms," "Roornn and Board," "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations 'Wanted," 15
words or lens. 15 cents; 1C to 20 word. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc. No dis
count for additional Insertions.
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"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc. first insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; no further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge, measure agate), 16
cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
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dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be inclosed In sealed
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The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through the
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
.At the Portland Auction Rooms.- 211 First
. Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford. Auctioneer.
At residence. 104 11th K.. between Wash
ington and Stark, at 10 A. M. S. L. N. GIl
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. ISO 1st st-.
at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, Auctioneer.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14. O. E. S. Stated com
munication this (Monday) b o clout,
Burkhard bldg. By order W. M.
BELLE RICHMOND. Secretary.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 40.
A. F. & A. M. Special communica
tion this (Monday) afternoon, 1:15
sharp, Burkhard bldg.. to conduct
the funeral of our late brother, John
L. Sperry. All Master Masons Invited to
participate. Interment Lone Fir. By order
W. M. J. H. RICHMOND, Sec
IVANHOD LODGE. NO. 10. K. OF P.
Regular convention tonight at 8 o'clock, in
Pythian Hall, eighth floor. Marquam bldg.
The members are requested to be present and
vote on the question of consolidation (Oregon.
o. 1, and Orpheus. 59). to consolidate with
ivanhoe. lilting Knights cordially invited.
L. E. CROUCH. C. C.
FRED T. HOLM. K. of R. and S.
HARM(JNY LODGE. NO. 12. A.
F. & A. M. Stated, communication
this (Monday) evening. Masonic
Temple. 3d and Aldtr sts.. 7:30
o'clock. Work In F. C. decree. All
M. M. cordially Invited. By order of W. M.
RUFUS R. BALL, Secretary.
BED MEN meet on Mondays and Thursdays,
8 P. M.. 170 Second at. VHiitors welcome.
CLAN MACLEAY. NO. 122, O. a C Reg
ular meeting Monday, July 10. Elks' Hall.
Royal Treasurer John Hill, of St. Louis, will
be present. A full attendance requested.
D. A. MILNE, Secretary.
A. G. BROWN. Chler.
FIDELITY" IIDCP vn A l n t- -n-
Members are requested to attend the funeral
icHiHiira over our laie Drottier. John L.
Snerry. at 2 P. M. sharp. Monday. July 10,
at his late residence. No. 10 E. 7th t- V
R. C. BROOKS. Master Workman.
Attest: C. J. WHEELER, Recorder.
EPERRY At his late residence. July 8. 1105
John L. S perry, aged 04 years, 4 months. 21
days. Funeral will tnke place today. July
22 at 2 P M from h" lat residence,
10 East 4 th et. North. Friends Invited.
K99M1In thte c,t"' at s "orth 17th M..
July fl. 1005, Florence Noom. aged 7 years.
Funeral services today at Finleys Chapel
aJ r '- M lnas Invited. Interment
at Lone Fir Cemetery.
SOVEREIGN Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
een-ices of E. irSoverelgn. which will be
held at Flnley's Chapel at 10 A. M.. Tue
day. July 11. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING. arENTEE GrXBAUGH. l
cesiors to Dunning Campion, undertakers
and embalmers. modern la every detail. 7th
and Plae. Phone Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD IIOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
embalmers. have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
-iciepnoae ao. so,.
J. P. riNLEY Jfc SON, Faneral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madlsoi 4 Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 8.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 4J4 East
uaer. Juauy assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO- TTVni-RT Tr w
Embalmers. 273 Ru'l; East 1088; lady as't!
California-" Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 20O Jlrru of frr-l.
gated land In 20-acre farms at $50 to f70 per
vic-unfiounn casn. jicacnea oy southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to
iuiare city. 2 miles from BIlr Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, srraln. deciduous frultv rrr
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
irom .biiss iand (Inc). car Sullivan & Sul
livan. Lawyers, 610 Parrott bldg.. Eaa Fran
C W. XXOWLX8, Us.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
Marquam Grand Theater
Thursday. Friday. Saturday night. July 13,
H. 15. 1005. Special price matinee
Saturday. Special engagement
T. DANIEL FR.VWLEY,
In Richard Harding Davis Comedy Drama,
"R ANSON'S FOLLY."
TRICES 25c. 35c. 50c, 75e and $1.00. Ad
vance sale tomorrow at 10 A. M.
! MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
j Direction N. W. T, Association. C. Helllg.
president. Morrison sU, betwetn 6th and 7lh.
Phone Main SGS.
TONIGHT AT :S0 O'CLOCK.
Tuesday and Wednesday nights. July 11 and
12. Special price matinee Wednesday
at 2:30. The funny German Co
medians. KOLB AND DILL
In the merry musical comedy-burlesque,
"THE BEAUTY SHOP"
4ft beautiful chorus girls. 40. Mirth and
music. Come, laugh and forget your troubles.
POPULAR PRICES Matinee. 25c. 33c. 50c;
night. 25c. 35c. 50c. 75c Seats now on sale.
Buy them In advance.
BtLASCO theater &
(Formerly Columbia Theater) Fourteenth
Beginning tonight, matinees Saturday and
Sunday, all week. Seventh week Belasco
FIRST TIME IN PORTLAND
Geo. H. Broadhurst's Latest Farce,
as played by William Collier.
Prices Night. !." to 75c; matinees. 15 to 50c
Next week "The Prisoner of Zenda.'
Twelfth and Morrison.
EXTRA this week EXTRA. A 50-cent show
for 10 cents. Johnston McCulley great ro
THE HEIR APPARENT
Matinee every day. 2:15; evening, S:15,
Admission Always lOc
Only boxes and loges rererved. 25c Beet
theatrical bargain of the season.
Special 1 A G Week of
Big Bill. July 10th
SHIELDS & P A U L.
CARL SANDERSON & CO.
ABBOTT & BRYANT.
JOSEPH M. GOLDEN.
THE GREAT PARIUSH.
General admission. 10 cents. Evenings.
Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on
lower noor. 20 cents, box seats. 25 cents.
Vaudeville : CZ A H Week of
Supreme. VJrvMML juiy iQth
BOBBY G A YI.OR,
BYRON & LANGDON.
FISHER Jfc JOHNSON.
MR, RICHARD CHARLES.
General admlrslon. 10 cents. Evenings.
Sundays and hoildays. reserved seats on
lower floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents.
Keating & Flood, Mgrs. (Feature acta only.)
Murray and Lune. Ashton and Carl. Alia
Phlppt. Roy McUraln. Jonn und Hennlngs,
Tom Mack. Murine Picture.
Performances dally at 2:30, 7:30 and 0 P.
M. Admission ten cents to any seat.
CARNIVAL of VENICE
ON THE TRAIL.
THE BIGGEST HIT OF .THE LEWIS AND
3(K- PEOPLE 300
(100.000 INVESTED $ 100.000
ADMISSION. 23 CENTS.
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. Se
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open n A. M. to 0 P. M.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
For Sale A new 5-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 bone,
The Oregon Real Estate Co
Sb Third SU Room
FOR SALE 30 ACRES. SYCAMORE STA-
tlon. on O. W. P. electric line; running water.
Address O SS, care Oregonlan.
Good modern house. Irving st
west of 23d. FRANK E. HART.
105 Sherlock bldg.
rrm sale real estate.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN
TAFT & CO.
122-3-5-G Ablngton Block.
Two 5-room houses, choice corner lot. on
Flanders st.; best location In city; price
only 10000; paying now 8 per cent on In
vestment. 6- room house. Lincoln Park Annex, cor
ner, modern In every way; one of th
best locations in Irvlngton; $3500.
7- room house. Lincoln Park Annex, two
lots, all kinds fruit and shrubbery, cement
basement and sidewalks; price $2730; In
stallments. 5- room cottage near Highland, two lots.
15 fruit trees, all kinds berries, water in
house; price 21500. part cash.
AN ELEGANT HOME 7 rooms. U-block.
new house, modern in every way. beautiful
lawn, cement walks; on E. Madison St.;
J 53 00; terms to suit.
6- room house. 2 lots, nice garden, on Mt.
Scott car line; price only $550; terms to
suit; this Is ACexceptlonal pick-up.
5-room house, new. and good, large wood
house, lot all fixed up In good shape; price
$700; Installments; on Mt. Scott car.
Small house, good lot; price only $300;
don't pay rent when you can buy places
LOOK AT OUR ACREAGE.
20 acres near Lent, all In cultivation, all
good land: this Is the best buy on the
market today; only $325 per acre.
10 acres, partly improved, near Lents.
Now this ' Is surely another bargain and
our price Is only $175 per cre.
We have several other acre tracts that
are equally as good that we can sell on
We want houses and lots In different
parts of the city. If you have any kind of
property lhat you wish to sell, list It
We have a large list of farms.
We have farms, highly Improved, to
trade for grocery stock; about $3000; farm
completely stocked and good crop.
TAFT & CO.,
122-3-5-8 Ablngton Block.
BUTS H ACRES
25 minutes from -lib and Alder by West
Side road: cleared and unsurpassed for
.suburban home; flowing spring, close to
station; will rapidly Increase In value;
might subdivide. Address D 05. Oregonlan.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acre.i with terms aa low as $10 per
month with water. A. C Churchill & Co.,
Inc." 110 2d st.
IMMEDIATE SALE FINE C-ROOM HOUSE
full concrete basement, furnace, electric
light and gas. bran-rkw. and on union ave.
car 12 minutes from business center; easy
terms. See owner, one block south, at C5:
Union ave. N. Phone East 2Cfl.
FOR SALE EASY TERMS. OR EXCHANGE
for other property. Hood River. 10 acres
good. Improred fruit land: acres in bear
ing fltrawberrles; 6 Inches perpetual water
right for land. Address Sunnytlde Farm.
Hood River. Or.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE ON
the line of the railroad In City View Park
Addition to East Portland. Also. 2-acre
tracts north of Sellwood on the track. Call
on or apply to R. B. Knapp, 720 Chamber
IDEAL BUILDING SITE. AS MUCH
ground as wanted, unobstructable view, on
Portland Heights line, near Charleton resi
dence; great bargain for speedy sale: In
vestlgate at once. F. A. Insley, 418 Ore-
CITY PROPERTY. 70X70 FEET. FACINO
Willamette St.; a new two-story frame store
building on It; the building Is 30x60 feet.
inquire at -102 Willamette st.. Eugene. Or.
25 PER CENT NET INCOME-BEARING
property, close in. good location. JtVXK):
half cash, balance G per cent. For homes,
any size, price and easy payments, see
Kuchs. mVa 1st.
HOUSE AND LOT TO SELL FOR SMALL
cash payment, or exchange for vacant lot
or renal) business, and balance Installment
payment. Hatfield & Smith, 1G5!? 4th et.,
$3500 BEAUTIFUL 6-ACRD TRACT NEAR
car. splendid sou, new modern house, barn,
etc; orchard, berries, nice lawn and flow
ers, all first clars; no agents. Inquire 225
FOR SALE OR WILL TRADfc FOR DAIRY,
clx-acre berry farm, six miles from city;
good new house, good water. Inquire Nor
man Draper, Lents, Or.
FOR SALE 3-ROOM HOUSE. WITH MOD-
ern Improvements. See Mrs. Howe about
it. Union 173. Two farms, one sawmill will
be sold reasonable.
6 ACRES. 2 HOUSES. CLOSE IN. $2000:
house on 2 IoU. fine garden. J1S00; small
house and 3 lota, $60u. Alpine Co.. 152
GREAT SACRIFICE MUST SELL AT ONCE.
5-room modern cottage, built for owner;
East Side; walking distance. V 02. Ore
gon I in.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mt, Scott car, 5c.
FOR SALE CHEAP-FOUR FINE LOTS ON
Flsk and. Princeton sts.. University Park,
inquire of J. H. Mills. St. Johns. Or.
FOR SALE THOROUGHLY MODERN
house and lot. Holladay Park. Inquire
owner. 3IS Falling bids.
NEW 7-ROOM BOUSE. HOLLADAY PARK;
owner occupying; will sell cheap; terms.
Phone East 1400.
$1S00-FURNISHED HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS:
fruit tree. h rubbery. Inquire 401 Oxford
su. Voodlawn car.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. C MILES
from Morrison bridge. C K. Ballard.
-FOR SALE $1500: ONE BLOCK OF 8 LOTS
in I'atttn j Addition. -10 Washington at.,
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND LOTS.
West or East Side. Apply forenoons 440 3d s:.
FOR SALE FARMS.
ONLY $33 PER ACRE.
For an 80-acre tract of strawberry and fruit
land mile from White Salmon; the lane
lies beautifully. Is level, rich, deep sublrrl
gated solL This land U easily worth $50
per acre and will bring that within clx
months; we must have some quick money.'
and offer this tract at that price for only
$20 dajs. Act quickly If you want it. Send
for our book on White Salmon Valley.
White Salmon Land Co.. White Salmon.
SPECIAL GOOD BUYS IN FARMS.
10 acres, highly Improved. $2000; terms.
1003 acres, fine stock ranch. 3S000; terms.
1S1 acres on electric line. $0400; terms.
270 acres, fine dairy ranch, all the stock
and implement; $60 per acre; .terms.
If you want a good farm around Port
land or In the country at the right price
see FUCHS. 140, FIRST.
00 ACRES OF GOOD RICH LAND, Ci
mllen east of Oregon City; 45 acres In cul
tivation. 30 slashed, 15 timbered; no waste
land; good pasture end fences, bearing or
chard, fair buildings, fine spring and well,
school one mile; land lays fine and has ex
cellent crops, with Implements and crops.
$tSO0. J. A. Moehnke. Oregon City. Or.
A SNAP 50 ACRES WELL-IMPROVED. 1R
rlgated ranch, close to Prosser; new V-room
bouse; river front: fine orchard: will trade
for 5. lO or 2u acres near Portland or Ta
coma. Portland preferred. Addre&s C U.
Baker. Proeer. Wath.
35-ACRE FARM AT CAN BY. OR.; WELL
improved: good building; good orchard and
strawberry field. $40uO. Dlmlck & Dlmlck,
Oregon City. Or.
$2.50 PER ACRE FOR WHOLE OR-HALK
M-ctlon of land In Benton Co.. 114 miles
from R. R. Matlcn: gol grazing and fruit
land, well watered. Owner, 107 Sherlock bldg.
S2SO0-SO ACRES. 45 UNDER PLOW. NINE
room houe. barn, granary; 4 acrra bearing
orchard, springs, tchool. 3 miles electric
Use. 4S Etui '9th South.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
S&00O with one-halt down, buys the "fa
mous Cowemaa property" of 4 SO acres, of
which one-half is bottom Und. with 150
acres under plow, balance second bottom
land seeded to pasture; land lays most
beautifully; all black loam soil; not subject
to June overflow; live water on every 40;
fenced and cross-fenced; large bearing orch
ard: elegant S-rocm houae; two large bams:
scboolbouse on place; well adapted for di
versified farming: come or write for par
ticulars. Imus Sc. Wllloughby and Cowlitz
County Land Co.. combined; offices Kalama,
and Kelso, Wash.
GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS IN EAST-
ern Oregon, where all crops are grown suc
cessfully without Irrigation. Locator ready
to start. References Call room l. The
Alder, 309 Alder st.. tomorrow between 0
A. M. and 7 P. M.
240 ACRES. NEAR HOLBROOK; PARTLY
improved; some good timber: 15 miles from
Portland; $2500. Hatfield & Smith. 163H
4th su. room 32.
A RICH-PAYING FARM. GOOD BUILDINGS,
telephone and bath; id-acre monster crop,
fruits, walnutf, all stock and farm machin
ery; some furniture; very clow 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 Postornce.
for Portland or Tacoma property. Call on
or address "Owner," 620 Chamber of Com
FOR EXCHANGE A GOOD PAYING RES-
taurant, prefer rooming house; what have
you to offer? Addrers L OS. Oregonlan-
20-ROOM HOUSE FOR FARM OR CITY
property. J. V. Creighton & Co., ICS's 3d st.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
WE LOCATE YOU ON TIMBER CLAIMS.
Central Oregon, or homesteads; fine valley,
good water. See us; It not good, your
money back. Room 6. Hotel Shanlko. Sba
TIMBER FOR SALE 160 ACRES FIRST
class spruce and cedar; Pacific County; l
mile from tidewater; tributary Columbia
River. Karl Johnson. 1253 Franklin ave.,
FOR SALE 160 ACRES FINE TIMBER,
slightly burned, 35 miles from Portland,
on Northern Pacific Railroad. $22 an acre.
Apply to J. A. Williams, Yacolt. Wash.
HO ACRES CEDAR TIMBER; FINE LOCA
tlon for ehingle mill. Ira L Everson. Wald-
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
WHAT AM I OFFERED FOR GOVERN
ment privileges for 3000 acres lo
catable on any public lands In the United
States except timber and mineral? Address
G SS. Oregonlan, Portland. Or.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS GUARAN
teed. mineral lands titled, public land prac
tice j Collins Land Co.. Concord bldg.
CERTIFIED SCRIP FOR SURVEYED OR
unsurveyed lands. W. G. Howell. 33S
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE "WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $20W
to $10,000: also business properties. $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting Si Co..
40S Ablngton bldg.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND Ve
hicles by the day, week or month: harness,
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomllnson &. Cassl
day, 211 Washington st.
$45 BUYS GOOD DELIVERY HORSE" GOOD
age. color and sUe. Call Sunday Regal
Stables. 14 th and Burnslde ets.
CAMPING WAGONS. HARNESS. HORSES
For rent and for sale. Hubert & Hall. 266
LIGHT RUBBER-TIRED BUGGY; NEWLY
painted. $50. 347 Washington st.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGB
Next session begins July 17.
FOR SALE ON ACCOUNT OF GOING EAST
will tell fine Checkering piano for half what
It cost; only used 2 yearn. S 03. Oregonlan.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover it with Mastic roofing. In rolls,
easy to lay; needs no painting or coating;
good over old Iron, tin or shingles; for
new roots there Is nothing better; guaran
teed: Mastic roof paint and cement will
stop small leaks. National Maatlc Booting
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
GOOD STOVBWOOD. $2.50 PER LOAD,
nearly two cords; bargain In brick this
week; agents tvanted. Mrs. Howe Wood
Brick Co. Teams for hire; 5 houses for
rent. 1209 E. Division et. Phone Union 173.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tablee. with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices." Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
43 3d st.
GREAT REDUCTION SALE ENTIRE STOCK
to be sold below coot; please come In and
look; ladles underwear and shirtwaists. Man
Sing & Co.. 302 Morrison st.
TWO TICKETS FOR SALE CHEAP OVER
Denver & Rio Grande and Rock Island Rail
roads for voung and middle-aged ladies. A
GASOLINE BOAT. 20 FEET. 6-HOR5E-power.
$375; have others, low prlcea. 255
Grand ave.. cor. Madison. Phone East S32-
GASOLINE STEAMER FOR SALE 15-TON
carrying capacity. 25-H. P. engine; will sell
at a bargain. N 83. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE COMBINATION BABY CAR
rlage and go-cart. Call 273 Columbia, or
phone Main 4044.
FOR SALE SMITH -PREMIER TYPE
wrlter. almost new; reasonable. C 73. care
AT HALF COST 40 NEW YUM-YUM COTS,
mattresses and bedding. J. Landlgan, 131
CANARY BIRDS FOR SALE: FINE SINO
ers. 530 E. Lincoln. Take Sellwood cars.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 32
Chamber Commerce or phone Main 2363.
FINE NO. 4 SMITH PREMIER TYPE
wrlter at a bargain. K 04. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE 3-ROOM HOUSE
boat. Inquire Sellwood Ferry.
HELP WANTED MALE.
CYLINDER PRESSMEN AND COMlOSI
tors. $28; 0 hours a day. Gabriel Printing
Co.. 4iu bacramento St.. Ban Francisco.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call cr write. COT McKay bldg.
WANTED BRIGHT. NEAT YOUNG MAN
for demonstration at Expo.; ptate lowest
possible price. R UZ. Oregonlan.
WANTED AT ONCE. MAN TO PUT UP
and take care Philadelphia KItson coal oil
lamps, c A. Bell. 272 Oak.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade: some money required; union
shop. Call 506 Washington.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
take staple article of hardware as side line.
N S6. Oregonlan.
STRONG BOY WANTED. GROCERY STORE:
must live at home. Sam Margallcs. 293 1st.
WANTED JAPANESE BOY TO ASSIST IX
general housework. Call during morning, 22
ortn iitn st.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPHER: MUST BE
good arlrto printer. Lucerne Studio, 01
BARRETT'S DETECTIVE SCHOOL-LAST
class for this term; reduced rates. 301
WANTED MINER WHO THOROUGHLY
understands handling machine drills. D 92.
School of telegraphy and electricity; pupils
wanted; positions wanted for grails. 305 1st.
WANTED CHEF AND SECOND COOK.
Merk's Restaurant, cor. Morrison and 3d.
WANTED GOOD 5IAN FOR KITCHEN
work. 53 North ISth cor. Davl.
WANTED MAN TO WORK ON FARM.
Inquire 32fl Ablngton bldg.
WANTED A GOOD BARBER AT PORT
land Hotel Barber Shoo.
BOY WANTED. STEADY FACTORY WORK
49 Front, cor. Davis.
WANTED MECHANICS FOR IRON WORK.
401 Davis '
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED t SECOND FALLERS. $2.75 PER
day; 6 buckers. $2.50 per day; 4 rollway.men.
$2.50 par day: 10 swampers, $2.25 per day; 3
barkers. $2.50 per day; 20 axmen. $2.50 per
day; 30 laborers, logging R. B.. $2 per day:
4 teamsters. $2 and board; 10 ahovelero,
city. $2.25 per day; 10 laborers, brickyard.
$2.25 per day; 4 brick wheelers. $50 per
day; 10 haymakers. $1.50 room and board:
10 farmhands and milkers. $30. room and
board. 10 man and wife. farm. $55, room and
board; 100 Italian Austrian or Greek R. K.
laborers. $2 per day and board themselves.
If you want work come to Portland and see
THE CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT CO.,
240 Burnslde Street.
Phone Main 3074. Open all day Sunday.
WANTED BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT MAN
with good addrera as manager of estab
lished business In Portland: good salary:
some capital required. 8 Labbe bldg.. 2d
WANTED 10.300 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 Burnslde at.
WANTED AMATEUR AND PROFESSION
al actors, singers, musicians, etc. for dra
matic companies, vaudeville circuit. Fair,
etc. Newman's Theatrical Agency, 35l-j
WANTED CARGO TALLYMAN. SASH AND
door machine man. ratchet setter, mill and
yardmen, factory boys. Large list of other
work. Lumbermen's Labor Bureau, 205 Vi
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST OFFER EVER
put in the Northwest field for high-grade
canvassers for The World's Work. Address
Office. 001, 73S Mission st.. San Francisco.
MEN and women to learn watchmkz. en
graving. Jewelers' wk: only prac. school tor
Jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School. P. L bldg.. Seattle.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN FA
mlllar with stoves, tinware, hardware; state
experience and how much annual sales
amounted to. A 08. Oregonlan.
BUSINESS. MAN WITH $1200 CAN SECURE
Interest of retiring partner in manufacturing
busines?. well established, good business.
J 06. Oregonlan.
WANTED PARTNER WITH $1500 AT
once. World's Fair grounds; beside, will
pay you salary of $50 a week. D OS, Orego
nlan. Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice: expert Instructions. Write for
terms. Gillman's College. 627 Clay st.. 5. F.
California wine depot; headquarters bakers,
cooks, waiters, bartender. All wines 5a
per glass. P. Loratl. 148 4th. Clay 1503.
ANY Intelligent person may earn good Income
corresondlng for newspapers; experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y.
WANTED YOUNG MAN IN WHOLESALE
house: one who writes a good hand and
rapid at figures. B 08. Oregonlan.
12 TO 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL. NEAT AND
willing to help with rnnall child and light
chores. Call at 450 5th st.
PRESSMAN WANTED FOR GORDON
presses: also youth to cut stock and feed?
Alvln S. Hawk Co.
WANTED LARGE BOY. PERMANENT Po
sition. The Modern Confectionery Co.. 13th
and Hoyt sts.
WANTED YOUNG MAN OR BOY TO
learn starching. Opera-House Laundry. 332
OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED; HIGH-
est price paid, oo 3d. Phone Green 4i.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN
try: big wages; 213 Commercial blocK.
WANTED GENERAL BLACKSMITH. 564
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
LADIES WANTING EM P LO YMENT
please call; many situations too numerous
to mention, exposition and other places.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
3433 Washington St., cor. 7th.
PHONE MAIN 2602.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED
second girl, good wages, references required.
Call between 9 A. M. and 1 P. M., 03 North
20th, southwest corner 20th and landers.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
cooking, wages $35; nice, airy room, with
bath. Call in morning, -inn and jaexson,
Portland Heights. Phone Main 2644.
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, 22UH
WANTED 6 PRETTY GIRLS FOR HIGH-
clara vaudeville act: experience unnecessary;
long engagement: big salary. Call room 11.
WANTED 2 GIRLS IN PRIVATE BOARD
Ing house; 1 for kitchen and 1 for dining
room work. Apply 307 Pine, between 5th
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRH
tentatlves in Portland and throughout state;
good pay. call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT-
era, chambermaids general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230ij Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED GIRL ABOUT 16 YEARS OLD TO
aeuUt In office of wholesale house. Answer
In own handwriting. F 00, care Oregonlan.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY 15 CHORUS
girls; one skirt dancer; big salary; long en
gagement. Apply Room 310 Alkky bldg.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
to go to the beach for the Summer. Phone
East CSS by 9 A. 51. 601 Hancock st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED IRONERS.
electric irons, cooi worjeroom, best wages
Opera-House Laundry. 332 Alder st.
WANTED-COMFETENT COOK FOR PRI-
vate family; no econd work. Apply 105
orth 20th. cor. Kearney.
WANTED YOUNO WOMAN FOR HOUSE-
work In small family and assist in care of
child. 200 Park st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work; good wages. 853 E. Taylor et.. cor.
20th. Call mornings.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework, small family; good home. Apply
do Nona ist st.
GIRL COOK WANTED GERM AN PRB-
ferred. Wages $30. Call 21st and Jackson.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN
eral housework, small family. Call morn
lngs. 730 Hoyt ft.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
two In family; no children. Apply forenoons,
WANTED FEMALE. GOOD COOK. CAN
find steady employment by answering P
IK1. Oregon lan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR OEN
eral housework; no children. Apply 565
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 713 Lovejoy St.. N. E. cor
ner 22d. -
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT BEACH: GOOD
wages, small family. Main 1430. 234 10th.
GIRL TO HELP WITH THE WORK IN A
small boarding-house. 502U Washington et.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND
general housework; good wages. S09 Lovejoy.
GIRL WANTED STEADY FACTORY SEW
Ing. power machine. 49 Front, corner Davis.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS AT
once at Newport Restaurant. 53 3d st.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; NO
children; wagss $13. Apply 3C2 10th st.
WANTED OIRLS FOR FINISHING OVER
alls and shirts In factory at 73 1st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 155 16th and Morrison sts.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK,
small family. 504 Davis st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SECOND
girl. 554 Davis, corner 17th.
GIRL TO .ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AND
take care of child. 211 6th et.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A
small family. Call 5C9 1st st.
WANTED CHAMBERMAID AND DINING
room girl at 510 Flanders et.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COOK; ALSO
dishwasher. 3S6 Morrison at.
COOK EXPERIENCED PLAIN COOKING.
Immediately. 484 Burnslde.
WANTED DINING-ROOM GIRL. OCEANIC
Hotel. Russell & Brendle. ,
WANTED TWO WAITRESSES FOR DIN-ing-room.
374 Yamhill st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. CALL
594 E Main.
COOK WANTED WOMAN AT &0fc NORTH
HELP WANTED MALE OB FEMALE.
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 authority
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. 009 Ore
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER WISHES TO
keep set of books during spare hours; can
give references. Addreea F OS. Oregonlan.
WANTED BY REGISTERED DRUGGIST.
position In store. M 8i. Oregonlan.
THOROUGHLY RELIABLE GERMAN-
American. 28 years old. desires position wun
a responsible business house: would han
dle merchandise and do bookkeeping and
typewriting. S 91, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
fumah domestic servants, rarmers aiso; au
kinds of help. Clay 513. 268 Evurett st.
WANTED POSITION Al WATCH. CLOCK
and Jewelry repairer; state salary in first,
letter; no bad habits. P 02, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION FOR
helping the cook In family In city. Ad
dress M OS. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. IS. GOOD DRAUGHTSMAN.
wishes position with civil engineer or architect-
A 03. Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
situation In family; wages $30 and up. E
ALL-ROUND BAKER WANTS SITUATION.
country town preferred. T 06. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS COOK. WANTS
situation to do cooking. 45 J. 1st st.
GOOD JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION TO
do general housework. 45 N. 1st st.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
DRESSMAKING SHIRTWAIST SUTTS. $3
up; waurc, id cents up; wont guaranteed.
Phono Main 3107. 413 Main st.
GIRL ATTENDING BUSINESS COLLEGE
wishes to assist witn nouaewom in exenanga
for room and board or for company. C a,
WANTED YOUNG WOMAN FOR HOUSE-
work In small family and assist In care
of child. 200 Park st.
YOUNG GlRL WANTS TO HELP TO DO
housework. Apply 308 Thurman.
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY TEACHER.
position as governess or companion; formal
graduate; references. Phone East 3023.
WANTED CHILDREN OR BOARDERS ON
a farm between Warrenton and Seaside. Ad
dress Mrs. Chad wick. Warrenton. Or.
WANTED CHILD TO BOARD; LOVELY
home; terms reasonable. Phone Union 6034.
K 60. Oregonlan.
GIRL OF 13 WOULD LIKE TO GO TO
beach to care for baby. Call Main 4028.
I5IMEDIATELY. LADY OR GENTLEMAN
with fair education and good address to
travel and place sample stock for Minne
apolis firm; $20 per week and expenses:
must be willing to hustle- Call roomJ2,
Hotel Deutsches Haus. 423-44 N. 6th st.
AGENTS GREATEST 23C SELLING Pic
ture: new and original; entitled "Pike's
Peak." Everybody laughs. Quick seller.
Sample copy 15c. 1420 Lorlmer, Denver,
WANTED Three hustling picture men. a new
winner. Rembrandt Studio. Ablngton bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
teller, big wages.. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO KENT.
OWNERS AND AGENTS WILL FIND FT TO
their advantage to list their vacant houses
or flats with our free reutal department.
Our vacant house directory has become a
recognized institution in Portland. hun
dreds of tenants being weekly placed, la
suitable quarters. We make no charge
whatever, and landlords khould take ad
vantage of this eervlce by calling at our
rental department, filling in our informa
tion blank; leave the rest to us; we will
secure a desirable tenant; we want houses
In all parts of city and suburbs; If you
have a vacant house, flat or apartment,
phone the particulars. We won't allow It
to remain long Idle.
H. E. EDWARDS. HOUSEFURNISHER.
Rental Department. 1S5 to 191 1st st.
BY A YOUNG WOMAN. EMPLOYED. ROOM
and board, with strictly private family, on
East Side, within 20 minutes walk of Mor
rison and Grand ave.. or on car line. B 91.
WANTED TO RENT BY MARRIED COU
pte, small modern flat or housekeeping
rooms, furnished. In private family. In good
location; permanent It suited. Y 97, Orego
nlan. WANTED TO RENT WELL FURNISHED 8
room house for August: best of care and
references; no children or dogs. L 94, Ore
gonlan. WANTED MODERN 5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE
close In; will pay $300 or $400 cash, bal
ance monthly Installments. D 96, Orego
nlan. WE ARB RENTING THE FURNISHED
houses; list what you have It you want re
turn. J. V. Creighton & Co., 165& 3d -
THE PORTLAND AUCTION BOOMS BUT3
all kinds of furniture, new or old. at 21X
1st it- Phon Main 0053.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED TO BUY A BAKERY OUTSIDE
of Portland; state price. Address P 91.
WB CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. PRI
vate family, five minutes" walk from Post
office; permanent parties preferred. 433
Jefferson, between 11th and 12th. Phone
NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR SUITE AND
other choice rooms; all modern conveniences,
private family, cholc locution; rent reas
onable. bt North 15th.
FIRST-CLASS. NEWLY FURNISHED
rcoms; all modern conveniences; hot baths.
Phone Union 3313. The Yale. 291?i Grand av.
THE MAYFAIR ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, new building, modern conveniences.
203& Stark, cor. 5th. Main 2057. .
'THE ELM." 13TH AND WASHINGTON
Furnished room, rates to tourists; phone,
bath, gae. Mrs. Robertson.
THE TEMPLE, 3434 YAMHILL ST.. OPPO
slte Hotel Portland Nicely furnished room,
transient. Phone Clay 1931.
NEATLY FURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS,
with use of phone and bath; $1.75 a week
and up. At 111 N. 7th st.
SPECIAL RATES. MEN: MODERN RESI
dence. walking distance; rooms $10 up month.
292 10th, near Jeffereon.
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. GAS.
baths, telephone: home cooking. 531 Flan
ders St.. near 16th.
391 10TH ST. NEW. BEAUTIFUL R005IS:
furnished: bath. gas. phone; reasonable.
Take U car.
TWO WELL-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
etrlctly modern, private family, close in.
1SS East 6th.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, 50c. 75c AND
$1 per day. 482Vi Washington, opposite Be
Iasco Theater. ,
THE ALDER 433 ALDER ST.. NICELY
furnished rooms, convenient, quiet and cen
tral. FURNISHED ROOMS, 269 14TH. NR. JEFF.
Phone 3S93. Accommodations for tourists.
FURNISHED SUITE NEAR BURNSIDE
bridge. $3 per week. 2lj Union ave. North.
ROOMS 50C. 73C. $1 AND UP. 20TH AND
Washington: new bouse. The Howlasd.
Fl-RNISHED ROOMS WITH KITCHEN. 531
Everett at, near I6th; $5 per week.