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THE 3IORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1905.
Linoleums. The new, Fall Carpets have
arrived, and those who buy now will
have unbroken lines to choose from.
In patterns suitable for parlors, dining-room
or library, the new line is es
pecially rich. The very best patterns
made by the mills of the United States
are in our shelves. The display is
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD STREET
mil XBKKMASr, Stm. c
WHITE FOREMAN AND SEVEN
CHINESE ARE KILLED.
Mixing Plant of the Giant Powder
Company at Giant, Cnl., Is
OAKLAND, Cai., July 13. The giant '
powder mixing plant of the Giant Pow
der Company, at Giant, Contra Costa
County, was destroyed by an explo
sion at 7:40 this morning. Eight lives
wore lost, one white man and seven
Chinese. Tne dead:
WILLIAM H. DYER, foreman of the plant.
50 years old.
One Chinese was injured. He was
working on the outside of the plant
and the forge of the explosion sent
him about 20 feet into the Bay of. San
Francisco. After dropping into the
water, he walked to shore over the
mud flats, having sustained a few
scratches on the face, a burned right
hand and a fractured left arm.
The plant was a frame structure,
covered with lime. The property loss
will be about 510,000. The powder
works are located about five miles
north of Richmond. The mixing build
ing, where the explosion took place,
was located a quarter of a mile from
the powder works proper, and the lat
ter escaped damage.
Foreman Dyer and his seven Chinese
helpers had just begun work for the
day and since none in the building es
caped with his life, there is no reliable
information as to what caused the ex
plosion. There was an Immense quan
tity of chemicals in the mixing build
ing and the slightest carelessness
would easily result in destruction.
Two small warehouses, 20x20 feet, and
only a short distance from the main
mixing building, were also shattered.
The buildings are a ttal wreck.
Took Poison by Mistake.
ALBANY. Or., July 13. (Spccial.)-Mis
May Brundage, as a result of an over
dose of laudanum taken by mistake, nar
rowly escaped death In Albany today.
She had been taking medicine for. same
time, and In some manner the bottle
of laudanum was placed where her medi
cine had been kept. She took a large
amount of the deadly drug, but was saved
by the prompt administration of an
tidotes. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. July 13. Maximum tempera
ture. 71 dec.; minimum, 55. River reading
at 11 A. M.. 8.2 feet: change In pant 24
hours, fall, 0.1 of a Coot. Total precipita
tion. 5 P. M. to 3 P. M.. 0.11 of an Inch:
total since September 1. 11)04. 34.07 inches:
normal. 40.05 Inches; deficiency, 11.08 Inches.
Total sunshine July 12. 1005. 1) hours and -18
minutes: possible, 15 hours and 29 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at P. M..
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
K -a? Wind. 2
I Sg. s
S3 0 5
I ? I? P
Kamloops. B. C.
Salt Lake City..
Tatoosh Island. .
10IN ,Pt. Cldy.
12, E iCloudy
12 NW PL Cldy.
4 8W PL Cldy.
12 S Clear
. : 8210.00
. t!2 0.00
T 20ISW PL Cldy.
! 64' T 22;S
. 50! T I14IW
7010.00, 18iW JClear
During the last 12 hours light showers
have occurred In the northern portion of the
Willamette Valley and along the Washing
It is cooler In Southern and Eastern Ore
gon. Eastern Washington and in Northern
and Southwestern Idaho.
The indications are for fair and warmer
weather in this district Friday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight, July 14:
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer.
Oregon and Washington Fair, warmer, ex
cept near the coast. Northwest winds.
Idaho Fair, warmer except southeast por
tion. EDWARD A. BEALS.
It will pay you to
see our stock of
Carpets, Rugs and
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
"Rooms," "Rooms and Board," "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations Wasted," 15
words or less. 15 cents; 16 to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTIEER HEADS, except
'New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or lets;
10 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; bo further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (pause xneasnre agate), 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per
line for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed In ealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required en such
The Orejrosian will sot He responsible for
errors In advertisements takes thronxh the
6 ACRES FINELY IMPROVED. ALL IN
cultivation; good house, outbuildings: 5
miles from courthouse near car line; im
mediate possession. $22.50. L. E. Thomp
son & Co.. 228 3d.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones
loose and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers, the Jeweler. 143 3d, near Alder.
TO THE THRIFTY:
Those who lay something by for the needs
of the future and keep it in a bureau draw
er, trunk, stove or cranny are not wise.
It should be deposited in an old-cstrfbllshed
and well-managed banking house, where it
INCREASE BY INTEREST
"OLDEST TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON"
Is Just such an institution, has a good REC
ORD of 18 years and RESOURCES of over
One Dollar and Upward Received.
Open an Account NOW.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BENJ. I. COHEN...
H. L. riTTOCK
B. LEE PAGET
J. O. GOLTRA ,
Phone Main -153.
. . . . . Vice-President
A "building boom is now in progress
at University Park. Houses are in
heavy demand. Prices are advancing
Employment for laborers and me
chanics is abundant. It is the bon
ton residence portion of the whole
peninsula. It has the Columbia TJni
versity, Portland public schools, Bull
Eun water, electric lights, electric
street-cars, in short, every thing nec
essary to build a great city. There
will be a great city between the rivers
and U ni vers It v Park will be its busi
ness and social center. Prices of lots
S80 to S330 each, on easv installments.
You have been reading advertisements
of University Park and notice the ad
vance from month to month. How
much higher will you let these prices
go before you buy?
PBAN0IS L M'KENNA,
Hoom 606, Commercial Block, and
Office at University Park Station.
California-" Bliss Lands"
Small farms for settlers. 9200 acres of irri
gated land in 20-acre farms at $30 to $70 per
acre one-fourth cash. Reached by Southern
Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to
Tulare City. 2 miles from Bllws Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free
from Bliss Lands (Inc.). care Sullivan & Sul
livan. Lawyers. (J10 Parrott bldg., San Fran
cisco. Special Bargain
50x95 with 7-room house "built 1904
at cost of $3000, renting $40 per
month, Clay street, hetveeen Eleventh
and Thirteenth streets; price $4000.
J. V. Oreighton & Co., 165y2 Third
Oa Portland Real Estate at Lowest Rates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts Furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
6 aad 7 Chamber of Commerce.
I. V. t. mecuTTM
C. Etlfi. fmlKt
Morrison Street between Gla aai 7th.
Phone Mais 868.
TONIGHT, AT 8:30 O'CLOCK
Bargain-Price i Last Performance
Tomorrow , Night
at 1 at
. 2:30 o'Clock.. I S:30 o'clock.
PORTLAND'S FAVORITE ACTOR
T. DANIEL FRAWLEY
In Richard Harding Davis Comedy Drama
SPECIAL PRICKS- g,&
SEATS ARE NOW SCLblU.
Marquam Grand Theater
All Next Week. Beginning Monday
THE FAMOUS GERMAN COMEDIANS
KOLB AND DILL
1b the Merry Musical Comedy Burlesque
"I. O. U." ,
POPULAR PRICES 2.-. 35. 50 and 75 cents.
SEATS ARE NOW SELLING.
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th & Wash.
TONIGHT ALL THE .WEEK
MATINEES TOMORROW AND SUNDAY
THE COOLEST THEATER IN TOWN.
A FOOL AND
Geo. H. Broadhurst's Latest Farce,
as played by William Collier.
"A delightful farce. Go sec It." Oregonlan.
"It is to laugh." Telegram.
"A brilliant farce." Journal.
Prices Night, 13 to 7.V:; matinees. 15 to 30c.
Next week "Too Prisoner of Zen da."
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
Onlr boxes and loges reserved, 23c. Beit
theatrical bargain of the season.
CARL SANDERSON Jfc CO.
JOSEPH M. GOLDEN.
General admission. 10 cents. Evenings,
Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on
low it floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents.
Vaudeville HDAIVn Week of
Supreme. --' July 10th.
FISHER & JOHNSON.
MR. RICHARD CHARLES.
General admission. 10 cents. Evenings.
Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on
lower floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents.
THE BAKER SISS."
Keating & Flood. Mgrs. (Feature acts only.)
Murray and Lane, Ashtoa and Carl, Alt a
Phlpps. Roy McBraln, Jones and Meanings,
Tom Mack, Moving Pictures.
Performances daily at 2. SO. 7.30 and 0 P.
M. Admission ten cents to any seat.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and
get oft at'Hawthorne Terrace, one block from
car line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most magnificent view in America. Sea
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 0 A. M. to 0 P. M.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. Wilson, at salerroom. ISO lrt st.,
at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson. Auctioneer.
At the Portland Auction Room. 211 First
street. Sale at 2 P. M. sharp. C. L. Ford,
NO. IK. WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD,
meets this iFriday)
evening at W. O. W.
Hall, luth and Wash
ington ft. All vis
itors welcome: re
freshments. M. J. WOODWARD,
A. L. BARBER. Clerk.
MULTNOMAH CAMP. W. O.
W. Meets evtry Frlaay evening
at East Alder and East Sixth
stxets. All Woodmen cordially
Invited to meet with us.
J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk.
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15, O.
E. S. Regular communication this
iFrlda)" evening In Marontc Temple,
at S o'clock. R"cept!on to our worthy
grand matron. By order W. M. For O. E. S.
only. JENNIE M. GALLOWAY. Sec.
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42. A.
F. & A. M- Stated communication
this (Friday) evening. Grand ave
nue and iurnslde. M. M. degree
All M. M. Invited. By order W. M.
GEORGE P. LENT. Secretary.
MACCABEES. PORTLAND TENT. NOi 1.
meete every Friday night at Elks" Hall. 3Iar
quam bldg. Drill of uniform rank. All Mac
cabees are welcome. E. M. LANCE. R. K.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 13. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at S
o'clock. First degree. Visitors welcome.
HENRY BROWN. Secretary.
H ERST In New York. July 13. IP05. to Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Herst (nee Lillian Myer).
GOODMANSON Knud Goodmansen. aged R2.
June 29. at Eckley, Or Seattle papers plcasa
SMITH In this city. July 13. 1005. Martha
Elisabeth Smith, widow of James G.
Smith, mother of C. M. Smith and Dr. F.
S. Smith and sister of Mrs. S. E. Charleson
and M. M. Anderson, of Portland, and
James Anderson, of Beaverton, Or. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
DRUEKE The funeral services of the late
Kittle J. Drueke will itt held at Flnley's
chnpel at 10 A. M.. Saturday. July 15. In
terment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING. MTENTEE Ji GILBAUGH. i .e
ccssors to Duanlas & Campion, undertakers
and embalmera. modern la every detail, 7th
and Pine. Phone Mala 430. Lady assistant
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Undertakers aad
cmbalmers. have moved to their a-vr build
ing. Third aad Salmon. Lady asslstaat.
Telephone No. 307.
J. P. FINLEY A EON, Ftuseral Directors,
cer. 3d and Madlsei . Office of Couaty Cor
aer. Lady asslstaat. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNINO, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. UNDERTAKERS.
Embalmera, 273 Rus'l: East IMS; lady as'L
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance In All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
202-3 McKay bid;.. Third aad Stark sta.
For Sale A new 3-roora cottage, all con
venience!, full cement basement, streets
A very desirable location.
Convenient to two trolley lines.
Terms will tx given.
Lots sold on advantageous terms to home
builders. The Oregon Real Estate Co
SSVi Third St.. Room 4.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS IN
TAFT & CO.
122-3-3-G Ablngtos Block.
Small house, good lot: price only $300;
don't pay rent when you can buy places
3-room cottage. 2 lots, beautiful yard and
garden water at house, cellar; $S00. part
cash: on Mt. Scott car.
3-room cottage. 2 lots, corner; only 5423.
terms; on Mt, Scott car.
2-room cottage, two beautiful lots, all in
garden; this is a nice little place, $000;
Mt. Scott car.
5-room cottage, modern In every way.
porcelain bath, hot and cold water: new
and In good location; (1323. terms; ML
S-room house, very modern In every re
spect, corner. In perfect condition In every
respect: $1850. payments; on ML Scott
5-room cottage near Highland, two lots.
15 fruit trees, all kinds berries, water in
house; price $1500. part cash.
-room house. 2 lots, in splendid condi
tion, good location, lots shrubbery; this is
a great bargain, only $S0O.
2-room house, painted and fixed up in
good shape; only J 200.
We have many other places on the in
stallment plan. Call and see us before lo
cating. We want houses and lots in different
parts of the city. If you have any kind
of property that you wish to sell, list it
TAFT & CO..
122-3-5-0 Abington Block. -
7-ROOM NEW MODERN HOUSE. E. MADI
son and 20th. $3000.
2 lots, each 00x100, sidewalk, sewer,
gas. and water, E. Madison, cor. 30th. 5 COO
Large lot on Hawthorne ave. and E.
1 acre. Hawthorne ave. and E. 46th. $1600.
17 acres on Johnson Creek. 0 miles out.
electric railroad station on land. $1700.
1-TO acres timber, -i miles from Oregon
43 acres near Sellwood. on creek, suit
able for platting or garden. $160 per acre.
ICO acres timber. Columbia County, $13
per acre. Liberal terms.
JAMES N. DAVIS, Owner. 7 1st st.
IF YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT
a great bargain here is your chance: If our
cha.ned within next three days, a nonresi
dent wishes to sell his 10-room house with
all modern conveniences. located on quar
ter block. In best part of Holladav's Addi
tion, near 2 car line?; terms easy. Address
owner, c 3. oregoman. (
SUBURBAN ACREAGE B A RG A IN 23 MIN
utes' ride on West Side R. R.; adjoins sta
tion; monthly tickets $3; lays well, fine view.
oeauiirut fjrrounaings; good eoll. all culti
vated; soring and running stream: 20 acres.
or any part. $200 per acre; easy payments.
j. names, jju ban Rafael st.. city.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acre.i with terms as low as $lu per
montn with water. A. C Churchill & Co.,
"Inc." 110 2d st.
3-ROOM COTTAGE, basement, one or two
lots; nne bearing trees and small fruits:
convenient to car Ilne.-A. "bargain, on easy
terms If eold at once, so ownrr can leave
city for the Summer. Call today.
16j acre, convenient to city, by river or
rail. Davidson. Ward & Co.. 408 Chamber
10 ACRES SIX MILES FROMCOURTHOUSE.
best of soil, running water: on the new
HUlsboro electric car line, on which actual
construction nas begun: price tuo per acre,
cash. bal. $100 yearly. 6 per cent
merest: must oe sow at once, owner.
Room 418 McKay bldg.
BEAUTIFUL HOMES. 7 AND S ROOMS,
with all modern conveniences; on E. 3d,
between Wasco and Multnomah; conven
ient to 3 carlines; for sale on easy terms.
Apply to owners. Parish & Gourlay. on
premises. Phone East 150.
RARE BARGAIN LARGE HOUSE AND 100
xico feet ground. Portland. East Side:
lightly, convenient, healthy, most desirable;
less than cost; must be cold: term. John
son & jt Zante. attorneys, 303 Commercial
bldg. Phone Main 3032.
FOR SALE EASY TERMS. OR EXCHANGE
for other property. Hood River. 10 acres
good. Improved fruit land; 7 acres in bear
ing strawberries; 0 Inches perpetual water
right for land. Address Sunnyslde Farm.
uooa iiiver. ur.
40 ACRES. NORTH FORK OF THE CLACK
amas River runs through the place: nartly
bottom land, heavy white pine and cedar.
$3 per acr buys this bargain, half cash,
balance $3 per month. Beswlck. 230 Oak.
20 LOTS ON 1ST ST., TERRACES. MOST
attractive residential sues in the city; un
obstructed view over the river; will sell on
Installments to suit any buyer. $275 and
upwaras. ueswicx. uak st.
0 ACRES. PART BEAVERDAM AND
swale, well timbered and watered. 17 miles
northwest of Portland, county road. $0.30
per acre, worth $30: must be sold to close
estate. Beswlck. 230 Oak st.
QUICK SALE BARGAIN FULL LOT. WITH
"two houses bringing $70.00 per month, on
7th s:., near Jefferson: quick action re
quired. Ste owner, 427 sellwood si., near
Union ave. Phone Union 5343.
-ROOM HOUSE. 30-FOOT LOT. PETTY
grove st.. new HUlsboro car line, now con
structing: $2100. A comer lot, 3 cottarro.
big Income, central. East Portland, $'300.
Culver. !i 1st.
FOR SALE HOUSE. TWO STORIES. CE
ment foundation, furnace, electric lights,
etc. near junction Hawthorne av. and Mt.
Scott car ILnes, Mt. Tabor. Apply S3 1st st..
CITY PROPERTY. 70X70 FEET. FACINO
Willamette st.; anew two-story frame store
building on it; th. bolldlng is 30x00 feet.
Inquire at 402 Wlllamstte st.. Eugene. Or.
NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE ON WILLAMETTE
River, nicely furnished, pleasant place for
Summer and good neighbors. Call at foot
of Madison st.. East Side. H. M. Todd.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. TWO LOTS
on E. 12th st.. bet. Tillamook and Thomp
son sts.. or will build to suit purchaser on
easy terms. Phone East 073.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. G-ROOM MODERN
'house, new fine location. 24th and Brook
lyn: price $1800. with $200 cash, balance
to suit. Phone Union 3352.
SMALL COTTAGE WITH BASEMENT,
lot 23xC0. Mill and 10th sts.; great bar
gain, $$00: will trade for farm land. Bes
wlck. 230 Oak st.
TWO LOTS. EAST 10TH. BETWEEN CAR
ruthers and Division sts.. 100x100. high
and sightly: bargain to dose estate. Bes
wlck. 50 Oak.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. V. P. electric line. O. R.
Acetton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5s.
IMPROVED VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE
for rale at a bznraln. Healy Inv. Co., 211
Abington bldg.. H3Vi 3d st.
50X100 FEET. ONE BLOCK FROM PORT
land Hotel. Call at The Cozy, between 2
and 3 P. M.. 103 7th U
TO CLOSE AN ESTATEL TWO CORNER
lots. Improved. In business center. Owner.
405Vi Flandera st.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 0 MILES
from Morrison at. bridge. C. K. Ballard.
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE ON WILLIAMS
ave.; bargain at $2500. Beswlck. 250 Oak et.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND LOTS,
West or East Side. Apply forenoons 449 3d
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES. $2000
to $10,000; also business properties. $5000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting U Co..
405 Abington bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE FARMS.
Suburban home of IS acres. located one
mile southeast of Oregon City; all In fine
cultivation. Good eight-room house and
fine barn; plank walks and excellent
roads; prettiest spot In Clackamas County;
terms to rult. Apply to E. E. Williams.
The Firs, at Mount Pleasant. Oregon City,
A SNAP-W ACRES WELL-IMPROVED. IR-
rl rated ranch, close to Prosser; new 9-room
house; river front; fine orchard: will trad
tor 5. 10 or 20 acres near Portland or Ta
coma. Portland preferred. Addrees C G.
Baker. Proeaer. Wash.
100 ACRES. 30 IN CULTIVATION. GOOD
orchard, grapes by the ton. 1 mile from
center of thriving railroad town in Wil
lamette Valley. Sickness reason for sell
ing: x bargain. A. C Palmer. 315 Ore
$2.50 PER ACRE FOR WHOLE OR HALF
section ot land in Benton Co., 1H miles
from R. R. station: good graslng and fruit
land, well watered. Owner. 107 Sherlock bldg.
DEEDED LAND WITH FREE PERPET-
ual water right at $12.30 an acre: easy
terms. A. C. Palmer. 513 Oregonlan bldg.
103 ACRE STOCK FARM WITH 00 HEAD
cattle and all farm Implements at a bar
gain. A. C. Palmer. 313 Oregonlan bldg.
FOR SALETIMBER LANDS.
WB LOCATE YOU ON TIMBER CLAIMS.
central uregon. or oomesieaos; nne vauey.
good watar. See us; if not good, your
money back. Room 6. Hotel Shanlko. Sha
TWO TIMBER OR HOMESTEAD RELIN-
qulshments. Call up Main 1303 mornings
or address C 10O. Oregonlan.
CHOICE TIMBER CLAIMS. HOMESTEADS
for location. Inq. 70S Chamber of Commerce.
TIMBER CLAIM AND SAWMILL FOR SALE
reasonable. Address B 3. Oregonlan.
TO EXCHANGE I HAVE 500 SHARES
stock, paid up. in Wyoming Queen Mining
Company's mines, gold and copper, situated
in Albany County. Wyoming, at Jelm. 30
miles from Laramie; will b? worth $5 per
share before January i; I want one-naif in
terest In a first-class up-to-the-minute sa
loon In Portland or Seattle of equal value,
with established trade; what have you? Ad
dress H 93. care Oregonlan.
ROOMING-HOUSE. VALUE $2000: WILL
exebage for house and lot. take or pay cst9h
difference; no agents. Q 98. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS GUARAN-
teed. mineral lands titled, puoltc land prac
tice. Collins Land Co.. concord nidg.
CERTIFIED SCRIP FOR SURVETED OR
unsurveyed lands. W. G. Howell. W
Chamber of Commerce.
Horses. Vehicles and liars ess.
100 VEHICLES IN STORAGE. CONSISTING
of express, furniture and delivery wagons.
hacks, buggies, carts and surreys; they must
be sold regardless ot cost, sj-tvi-a i union
ave.. between StarK and wasmngton st.
BAY HORSE. 7 YEARS OLD. SOUND AND
gentle for any lady, city broke, weighs
1100; will b sold at a bargain If taken at
once; owner leaving city and must sell.
Call today at 303 Alder st.
FOR SALE OR RENT-HORSES AND Ve
hicles by the day. week or month: harness.
oaddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomllnsou u. Cajst
day, 211 Washington st.
J65 BUYS NICE SEAL-BROWN DRIVER. S
years old. weighs 1075, sound and kind for
lady or children. Owner must sell. Call at
lirowns Staaie. 15th and Aider st?.
PAIR OF RROWN 31 ARES. WEIGHT 2400
lbs., and 8 years old. are sound and work
sinsle or double. Call 23 nth.
$25 BUYS HORSE. WEIGHS 1000 LBS..
good to worK or ride, can itegai stables,
11th and Burnslde sts.
BAY HORSE. 8 YEARS OLD. WEIGHS U50
lbs., good deliver horse. Call Regal Stables.
nth and Burnslde sts.
LIGHT TEAM. DOUBLE HARNESS AND 2
Mated wagon; Ideal camping outfit; cheap.
$SO BUYS A HOTEL 'BUS IN GOOD CON
dltlon. Inquire room 10. Washington bldg.
GOOD SADDLE AND DRIVING HORSES
for sale cheap. U. P. Stables. 230 Russell st.
LIGHT RUBBER-TIRED BUGGY; NEWLY
painted. $30. 3 Washington st.
SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGS
Next session begins July IT.
GREAT REDUCTION SALE ENTIRE STOCK
to be sold below cost; please come In and
look; ladles underwear and shirtwaists. Man
sing & Co.. Morrison st.
DOES TOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover it with Mastic roofing. In rolls.
easy to lay; needs no painting or coatlnc:
good over old Iron, tin or shingles; for
new roofs there Is nothing better; guaran
teed: Mastic roof paint and cement will
stop small leaks. National Mastic Roofing
Co.. room Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE ALL NEW TENT. 40x60. CO
mattresses. Co pillows. 60 quilts. CO blankets.
S dozen sheets. 3H dozen pillows. 20o yardn
hop cloth. 200 yarda 3-ln. muslin. IVi dozen
chairs, one 2 CO-pound ee,fe. 3W0 feet lum
ber: many other articles, bale Friday and
Saturday. E. uurnsiue. cor. 3rd st.
GOOD STOVEWOOD $2.50 PER LOAD
nearly two cords; bargain In brick this
weK: agent. wanted, airs. Howe Wood
Brick Co. Teams for hire; 5 houses for rent.
1203 E. Division st. Phone Union 173.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and cool tables: easy payments: w
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-
Uallce-coilender. -19 3d st.
FOR SALE OLDS TOURING CAR CHEAP.
run three months. Inquire bet. 0 and 10
morning! at 51 j Chamber, of Commerce.
513 NEW. LIGHT. SUMMER SUIT. SIZE
3Q. cost $20. worn only once; I need the
money, liox T 1. oregonlan.
FOR SALE TINNER'S TOOLS AND MA
chines. 5 bundles heet iron. 2 boxes tin
Plate; price $300. SS2 Kelly at.
FOR SALE BARGE. 110 FEET LONG. 32
teet wiae. inquire unice star sand C-j,
15th and Front st.
A GOOD WOODSAWING MACHINE; HAVE
two ana want to sell one. 313 Water st.
phone Main 4590.
GENTLE JERSEY COWS. REGISTERED. SOo
full-blooded. $50. Inquire W. Hosea Wood,
1411, It t.
FOR SALE SMITH-PREMIER TYPE
writer, almost new; reasonable. C 73. care
AT HALF COST 40 NEW YUM-YUM COTS.
mattrenes and bedding. 'J. Landlgan, 1M
FOR SALE SMITH PERMIER TYPE
writer, almost new; reasonable. T 2, Ore'
FURNITURE OF 0 ROOMS. CENTRALLY
located, well paying. Call owner. 24G 3d st.
FOR SALE HALF TRICE. 8 NICE OAK
folding beds and CO cots. Phone Main 525.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 32
Chamber Commerce or phona Main 2363.
FOR SALK HOUSEHOLD GOODS. CALL AT
OSS Williams ave.
HE LI WANTED MALE.
GOOD RELIABLE MAN TO HANDLE
agents; immediately; interest or commission.
D 1. care Oregonlan.
DO YOU WANT WORK? WE CAN HELP
you. Newman's Theatrical Information Bu
reau, iis .Momson.
WANTED YOUNG 31 AN. GENTS FURNISH
ings. city. Clerks Registration Bureau. 263
WANTED BOY TO LEARN RETAIL Busi
ness, inquire for A. J. H.. Hotel Palmer.
School of telegraphy and electricity; pupils
wanted; positions wanted tor graos. sqsh 1st.
WANTED A RAILROAD BRAKEMAN TO
work on logging road. K. I. care Oregonlan
OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED: HIGH
est price paid. 30 3d. Phone Pacific 4G.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. CO UN-
try: big wages; 215 Commercial block.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM
maker. Address W 1. care Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER
and stenographer, a -, oregonlan.
HELP WANTED MALE.
STICKERMAN. $3; PLANERMAN. $2.73;
ratchet setter, $2.30; edgerman. $2.30: buy
to ore boner. $1.73; " wooasmen, ia io
J 3,25; other?.
ICO mill and yardmen. $2 and up: no of
LUMBERMEN'S LABOR BUREAU.
FREE BASEBALL UNIFORMS AND CASH
prizes for boys selling Saturday Evening
Posts at Lewis and Clark Fair entrances:
23 wideawake boys wanted at once; phone
East 2770 In regard to free copies, or call
J. C. Havely. Jr.. Agent. 110 1st st.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE
repair man and one who understands buy
ing Junk, or we will sell our econd-hand
store dolne a good business In one ot the
best towns on the Pacific Coast. Anyone
who Is interested and has $200. write us.
J 2. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 30-ACRE FARM, $2500. NEAR
nacKamas Kiver. miles Oregon City; win
trade for city residence. Addresa owner.
M. H. Rlebhoff. Oregon City. Or.. R. F. D.
No. 2, or Inquire 00 East 29th sL. Portland,
DETECTIVE WORK ESTABLISHED 15
years, awo secret service men. more being
added every day; send us your case, advice
by mall free. Address American Detective
Association. Indianapolis. Ind.
WANTED SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
address who can leave town Immediately to
travel and learn good-paying business; oth
ers need not apply. Call 10 to 12 A. M., 2S054
Margin st.; take U car.
WANTED 10.000 LABORER). LOGGERS.
mm and railroad work. If you want work
coma to Portland: wages. $1.40 to $3 per
day and board. Canadian Employment Co..
249 Burnslde at.
DETECTIVE WORK WE ALWAYS WANT
good men in places where we have no rep
resentatives; references required. Address
American Detective Association. Indian
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN FOR PUMPS.
engines, oeunrs. etc.. in power and pump
ing plants; right salary to right man. Ad
dress Southern California, care of Ore
gonlan. WANTED BOOKKEEPER; MAN ABOUT 23
3 ears om ror general office work In busy
mercantile office; must be active and pos
sess first-class credentials. P 2. Oregonlun.
WANTED CHORUS GIRLS. AMATEUR
ana proressionai actors, singers, musicians,
etc., for dramatic companies. Fair, etc
Newman's Theatrical Agency. 331? Morrison.
MEN and women to learn watchmkr. en
graving. Jewelers' wk; only prac school for
jeweiers; money made leara g. Watchmkg
Engrar. School. P. L bldg.. Seattle.
WANTED 30 EXTRA MEN TO TAKE
part In Klralfy's Carnival of Venice. Ap
ply at Marquam Grand Theater this morn
ing between II and 12 o'clock.
Wanted Men to learn barber trade: stcadr
practice: expert Instructions. Write for
terms.' Glllrnan's College. 627 Clay sL. S. F.
California wine decot: headauarters bakers.
cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines 5c
per glass. P. Loratl. 143 4th. Clay 1503.
WANTED THOROUGH WELL DRILLMAN
who understands other machinery: give age
and particulars. Address O 1. Oregonlan.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE. 2 CHAIRS. DO-
Ing good business; near Portland; will sell
half or whole. Address Y I. Oregonlan.
ADVERTISING MEN ATTENTION WE
want first-class .manager for established
publication. 638 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness, call or write. 60. McKay bldg,
WE HAVE FIRST-CLASS SIDE LINE FOR
talesman on the road, good commission;
references required. R 2. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN TO PREPARE FOR PAYING
position; fine opening; good salary: chance
ror promotion. Box 1353, Denver, Colo.
HALj'-INTEREST IN MANUFACTURING
business; larse profits; live hustler wanted
more than money. V 00. Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR ASSISTANT
bookkeeper; must have experience and be
a good penman. V 2. Oregonlan.
AN EXPERIENCED FIRE INSURANCE
solicitor, well acquainted In city.. Address
with particular D ICQ. Oregonlan.
AV ANTED LAUNDRY WASHERMAN.
Wire at once, stating pay desired. LeClalr
Laundry. Lewlston. Idaho.
SINGLE MAN. 25. FOR GROCERIES AND
delivery, suburban. Clerks' Registration Bu
reau, 265 Morrison st.
SOLICITOR WANTED FOR A 40-ROOM
house. Call at 200 1st st.
WANTED A BOY IN CIGAR BOX FAC
tory. Union, corner Pine.
WANTED-BOY WITH BICYCLE. A. H.
Grlswold. 131 6th st.
BARBER WANTED AT 422 WASHINGTON
st.; steady Job.
BOY. 17 YEARS FOR CIGAR STORE. 4TH,
WANTED APPRENTICE IN PRINT PLANT.
207 2nd st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE-
WANTED 50 YOUNG PEOPLE TO TAKE A
course In bookkeeping or shorthand, day
and night sessions: a good posltlorf Is
worth the price of tuition. The demand for
our graduates ! far greater- than wo 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
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEGIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
work, at once, little cooking. $20 month.
20S Hth st.
WANTED MILLINERY APPRENTICE
and makers. Apply to Lowengart & Co..
92 Front st.
WANTED GOOD COUNTRY GIRL OR WOM
an to do housework; kind home; good pay.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. VERY
light work. Inquire 534 Chamber of Com
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooking: good pay to satisfactory help. 231
N. 21st st.
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small family. Call forenoons, 353 14th st.,
WANTED GIRLS WITH EXPERIENCE TO
work In bindery. Jaraes Printing Co., 22
WANTED HAIRDRESSER AND MANI
curo at Paris Hair Store. COS Washing
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 294
South 16th st. corner of Columbia. Family
WANTED ELDERLY WOJIAN AS COJI
panlon; good home. Address X 1, Orego
nlan. YOUNG GIRL. ONE THAT STAYS HOME
nlghtr. for housework. 695 Davis, cor. 21st.
DINING-ROOM GIRL FOR SEA COAST.
Sea View. Apply 474 Taylor. Phone 4437.
WANTED NURSE GIRL TO CARE FOR
baby. Apply St. Schick. Vancouver bks.
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK IN PRI
vate family. 393 11th st., near Harrison.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; NO
children: wages $15. Apply 367 10th st.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAM
llt Apply 4GIVi 6th st.. cor. of Jackson.
HAND-IRONERS. ALSO GIRLS ON MAN
gle. Grand Laundry. 17th and Qulmby.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at beach. Apply 607 Belmont st.
WANTED AT WILSON'S RESTAURANT,
first-class pastry cook. 100 4th st.
WANTED EXPERT SEAMSTRESS. PA
clflc Tent & Awning Co.. 27 X. 1st st.
A WOMAN TO DO KITCHEN WORK: A
private boarding-house. ISO th at.
WANTED EXPERIENCED BAG SEWERS.
Neville Bag Co.. 3th and Davis sts.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing. 295 12th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A
small family. Call 560 1st st.
WANTED GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK.
Apply mornings, 223 Stout st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 31
E. 18th. bet Ash and Pine.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO HELP WITH
housework. 161 N. 16th &.
WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work. 604 College st.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN KITCHEN
work at 104 North 7th. '
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
TWO WAITRESSES. BEACH. SEE. PARTY
here. $20. fare, paid; 11 waitresses, city. 3
a week; 3 hotel waitresses, $20 and room;
woman for luach-counter work and take
cash. 8 hours. $S a week; 2 chambermaids.
Plain laundress for the beach, $30 and
5 prepossessing women as demonstrators,
$1.30 a day.
Hous3g!rl. cooks, nurse glrlr. others.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343V- Washington st.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
LADIES WANTING EMPLOYMENT
please call; many situations too numerous,
to mention. Exposition and other places.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
343 Vi- Washington st.. cor. 7th.
PHONE MAIN 2692.
WANTED 130 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER-
alls and shirts: Instructions given to in
experienced. Apply Neustadter Bros..
Standard Factory No. 2. corner East Tay
lor and Grand ave.
WANTED WOMAN. EXPERIENCED RA1S-
lng and taking care of babies, to take cmrrx
of one baby: no other work; reasonable sal
ary; don't want -professional nurse; call at.
once. 620 7th st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED
second girl, good wages, references required.
Call between 0 A. M. and 1 P. M., 95 North
20th. southwest corner 20th and Flanders.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL. HOCSE-
work, satisfactory wages to one who win
make themselves agreeable. 1C51 Commer
cial St.. cor. Alberta; take U car.
WANTED WOMAN TO WASH AND IRON.
Call at once 300 Holladay ave; near S. 1st.
or Mrs. Zlegler. Oregonlan office, bet. 9
A. M. and 8 P. 1L. Main 667.
WOMAN. ABOUT 35. AS 3IATRON, OFFICE
woric; references; clerk In toys, notions;
clerk and bundle wrapper. Clerks' Registra
tion Bureau. 265 Morrison st.
GIRLS tF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors. 22tf&
Morrison. Main 1323.
FOUR GIRLS TO PASTE SAMPLES IN
books. Call thts mornlnx at 0 A. M.. Bow
man Eldredge t Co.. wholesale clothiers.
Front and Alh bs.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL TO WORK
In Ice cream and coffee stand. ,Apply 64S
Elizabeth st.; must talk German and Eng
lish. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS;
waiters, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230& Yamhill. Main 3413.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
sentatlves In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 60? McKay bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED IRONERS;
electric irons, cooi worKroom, Dest wages.
Opera House Laundry. 332 Alder st.
AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR COOK AND
general housework; small family. Apply
mornlnzs. 729 GUsan st.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
family of five adults. 185 E. 12th st.. near
Yamhill, phone E. 2236.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO ASSIST IN
bath parlors; experience unnecessary. 234'a
-Morrison st.. room 10.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; NO
cooking; to assist with children; good
wages. 233 Grant st.
WANTED A COMPETENT WOMAN TO
do genefal housework. 567 Spring st.;
telephone Main 2937.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU3E
work: good wages. 883 B. Taylor St.. cor.
29th. Call mornings.
WANTED YOUNG W03IAN FOR HOUSE-
work In small family and assist In care of
child. 200 Park st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. 8S3 E. Taylor st., cor.
29th. Call mornings.
STARCH CLOTHES IRONERS AND MA
chlne hands: good wages. Oregon Laundry
Co.. 3eS E. Oak st.
WANTED WOMAN FOR TJENERAL HOUSE
work. Call thts morning, 193 West Park,
between 9 and 11.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRLS TO
work In book bindery- Howe, Davis &
Kllharo. Ill 2nd.
WANTED KIND. MOTHERLY WOMAN,
light work, pleasant home; small wages,
phone Main 2900. .
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
two In family: no children. Apply forenoons.
GOOD COOK WANTED AT 623 LQVBJOY:
WOMAN COOK WANTED AT S0Vs NORTH
6th st. '
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
WANTED POSITION AS SALESMAN,
young married man. 35 years old. wishes
to locate in Portland: 11 years' road experi
ence In groceries and specialties; Al refer
ences from all past employers; bond. X 99.
YOUNG MAN. AGE 30. WOULD LIKE
place to do copying, making reports or any
common office work. H 100. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper: age 21; good references. O 2.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnlfh domestic servants, farmers also; alt
kinds ot help. Clay 513. 268 Everett st-
W ANTED POSITION Al WATCH. CLOCK
and Jewelry repairer; state salary In first
letter: no bad habits. P 92. Oregonlan.
FIRST - CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
situation In family; wages $30 and up. B
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS FAMILY
.housework: wages $20 up. Togo. 273 Burn
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO DO
cooking in small family. K 2. Oregonlan.
ALL-ROUND BAKER WANTS SITUATION,
country town preferred. A 3. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND STEN
ugrapher desires position: good references
given. Address M 1. care Oregonlan.
YOUNG GIRL WANTS TO HELP TO DO
housework. Apply 308 Thurman.
DRESSMAKER FROM NEW YORK WANTS
a few customers. Mrs. Payne. 431 East
Ankeny st. Phone East 170.
YOUNG WIDOW WITH LITTLE BOY
wishes place as housekeeper in widower's
family. 1016 Maryland ave.
SITUATION WANTED. MIDDLE-AGED
woman housekeeper, widower's family:
chamberwork. plain family. 230 Yam
hill. Phone Main 5413.
CAPABLE WIDOW. 30. OF GOOD Ap
pearance and beet local reference desires
position in gentleman's home with chil
dren; salary $25. Address 694 Front st.
C03IPETBNT WOMAN WANTS STEADY
work for Mondays and Tuesday; whole days
only. Phone Main 2435.
AGENTS GREATEST 25C SELLING Pic
ture; new and original; entitled "Pike's
Peak." Everybody laughs. Quick seller.
Sample copy 15c 1420 Lorlmer. Denver.
WANTED TWO LADY OR GENT BOOK OH
photograph canvassers. 801 Dekum bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETH1NO NEW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 213 Commercial bile
WANTED TO RENT.
BY AN EASTERN COLLEGE BOY. LIGHT
airy room with board until November 1:
will pay well for satisfactory place; must
be on West Side. 31 2. Oresonlan.
WANTED FURNISHED COTTAGE. 4 TO 7
rooms, modern Improvements: no children;
state price and location. W 2. Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY WISHES FURNISHED ROOM
In private home, walking distance to busi
ness center: state terms. C 2. Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE ROOMS FURNISHED
for housekeeping. 3' adults; give location and
price. G 2. Oregonlan.
WE WANT FURNISHED HOUSES FOR
visltinr clients. J. V. Crelghton & Co..
( 165H Third street.
WANTED TO REST. A. FURNISHED DIN-lag-room
In good location. E 1. Oregonlan.