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THE MORNING .OREGONIAtf, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1905.
HELPS FIGHT FIRE
Councilman Rushlight Discov
ers a Blaze.
FIREBUG IS SUSPECTEDi
Grocery Store on East Side Is Vis
ited the Second Time by
Flames Damage Is Tif
teen Hundred Dollars.
Councilman A. G. Rushlight, of the Sev
enth Ward, distinguished himself at 10
o'clock last night "by discovering fire In
the rear of the grocery store of Griffith
& Bellamy, Grand and Hawthorne ave
nues, turning in an alarm and then se
curing a Babcock extinguisher, which
he used with good effect until the arrival
of the firemen.
The fire was of Incendiary origin, it is
thought by the police and the proprietors
of the store. It started in the yard back
of the store, in a shed used for the stor
age of coal oil. The damage to building
and stock will aggregate about $1500. In
surance fully covers it. This is the sec
ond fire of strange origin to occur in the
same place within 18 months.
While the fire raged, it was intensely
hot, and because of the oil that fed the
flames the firemen had hard work to ex
tinguish the blaze. Much chemical and
water were used before the recall sound
ed. Good work by the firemen saved a
portion of the grocery store, some stock
and many neighboring buildings.
Councilman Rushlight discovered the
firo at 10 o'clock. He turned in an alarm
without delay, calling the fire department
to the scene, but he did not quit at that.
He hurried to a lodging-house, secured a
Babcock fire-extinguisher and returned to
the store. With well-directed efforts, he
managed to keep down the blaze for a
time, thereby saving much property and
checking the flames until the arrival of
Policeman Stuart reached the scene im
mediately after the fire broke out. Ho
made an investigation, but was unable
to learn anything that would throw light
upon the identity of the person or per
sons who iset the fire. That it was set, he
says, there is but little doubt.
The store Is situated on the northeast
corner of Grand and Hawthorne avenues,
and hundreds pass it dally. ' It is the
theory of W. R, Griffith, one of the part
ners, that a careless man or an enemy
set the fire. He believes ft probable that
some one threw a lighted cigar into the
shed, while passing the building. When
the fire of about 18 months ago occurred,
the same theory was set forth. At that
time much greater damage was done.
There was a rooming-house above then.
It was consumed, and several small build
ings near were destroyed.
AUTO RUNS DOWN TWO MEN
Clrvlce Brothers Have Harrow Es
cape on Burnslde Bridge.
J. P. and William Cirvice, connected
with the hlacksmith shop at 428 East
Burnslde street, were run down by a big
automobile truck on the Burnslde bridge
yesterday and narrowly escaped being
killed. Both were considerably hrulsed.
The bridge was crowded at the time
with streetcars and vehicles of all sorts.
The two "brothers were in a one-horse
oart and were crossing to the East Side.
The auto-truck was following them, most
of the way at a distance of about 20 feet.
As a streetcar came along on one side of
the bridge, the automobile made a sud
den dash forward, striking the light cart
from behind and upsetting it. The two
men were thrown to the floor of the
"bridge with much force, and the truck
continued toward the two prostrate men,
and the man in charge only stopped when
the men screamed. Cirvice, the elder of
the two, was badly bruised on his leg,
while his brother was only slightly in
jured. They did not get the number on
the truck. It -was heavily loaded at the
time with flower pots. Bystanders gen
erally censure the man in charge of the
A STUDY OF FACES.
A study of faces baby faces is always
interesting. In looking at the portraits
in the Mellln's Food Exhibit, one lady
said, "That child ought to be a minister"
of the next one she said, "He's a rogue,
gee that twinkle in his eye," and still
further along she said, "What a sweet
face that little girl has," and so on. You
can spend a pleasant half-hour in the
Mellin's Food booth at the Lewis and
Clark Exposition, Agricultural Bldg.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 4. Maximum tempera
ture, 76 deg.; minimum, 53. River reading:
at 11 A M., G.4 feet; change in past. 24
hours, fall. 0.4 of a foot. Total precipita
tion, 6 P. M. to 5 ?. M., none; total since
September 1, 1004. 34.08 inches; normal.
43.o2 Inches; deficiency, 12.24 Inches. Total
sunshine August 3, 1805, 7 hours and 50
minutes; possible, 14 hours and 42 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level )at S P. II.,
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops B. C.
Salt Lake City..
T ! 6
1 8 S
During -the last 24 hours light rain has
fallen in the Sound Country and in Southern
Idaho. Elsewhere in the North Pacific
States fair weather has prevailed, with tem
peratures generally allghtly higher than the
The indications are for fair and warmer
weather in this district Saturday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight, August 5:
Portland and Vicinity Fair and warmer.
Oregon and Washington Fair, warmer,
except near the coast. Northwest winds.
Idaho Fair north, possibly showers south
EDWARD A BEALS,
Thirteenth and Alder.
Apply to John Bain, 224 Stark at.
Fifth and Washington Streets
Seems, fl.00 to (3.00 Per Day
Accordlnc to Location.
jr. F. DAYIES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FISONT AND MORRISON STREETS - J
PORTLAND, OREGON y
European Plan Rooms 70c to $2.00
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
The ESMOND HOTEL
QSCAK ANDERSON, Manager
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and from all trains
Rates Eun 7 5c to $3.00 Per Day
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FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAT BE HAD BY PRESENTING
TOUR CHECKS AT THE OREGONIAN
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ALB IN A LODGE. NO. 101. A F.
& A 11. Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock. All
M. XL cordially Invited. By order
W. W. A. J. HANDLAN. Sec.
CHAPPELL Suddenly, of heart failure. July
31. In Ashland, Or., Charles C. Chappell,
husband of Lucy W. Chappell. nee Hlllas
Klume. formerly of New York City, and
brother of A B. Chappell, of Independ
USHERWOOD In this city, on August 4, 1905.
George E. Usherwood. aged 66 years, 3
months, 17 days. Funeral . Sunday. August
6. 1005, at 10:30 A M.. from HeJman'a
Chapel, corner Third and Salmon sts. Friends
respectfully invited to attend. Interment G.
A R. cemctcrr.
M' G R AW Th e funeral of Maud M. T. F.
McGraw will take place Irom the resi
dence of her parents, 285 Lincoln street, at
1:30 P. M.. Sunday. August C 1005; thence
from St. Lawrence's Church. Third and
Sherman streets. Friends are invited to
attend. Interment, Mt, Calvary.
AERNE In this city, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Q. Frecburger. 440
East Sth St., on August 3. 1906. Mrs. Anna
Dorothea Aernc, aged 67 years. S months,
7 days. Funeral today, Saturday. August
5, 1905, at 10 A M.. from the above resi
dence. Friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery. St.
Cloud (Minn.) papers please copy.
BURTON At the residence of his son. M.
Z. Burton, on Peninsula. AUguct 4, 1905.
William George Burton, aged S4 years. 7
months and 3 days. Funeral will take
place Sunday. August 6, at 12 M.. from
F. S. Dunnlng's chapel, corner of East
Alder and East Sixth streets. Friends in
vited. BLACK At Grass Valley. Or., August 3,
1905. Kenneth Black, aged 1 year, 5 months
and 29 days, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Black. Funeral will take place today.
August 5. at 2 P. "M.. from the residence
on Weet avenue and O. R. & N. tracks.
DUNNING. M7ENTEE & GILBAUGH. li
censors to Denning & Campion, undertakers
and embalm ers. modern In every detail, 7th
and Pine. Phono Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
embalm ers, have moved to their new bulld
lnc. Third un& Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507.
9. P. ITNLET & BON, Funeral Directors,
eor. Sd and Madlsoi t Office of County Cor
ner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
F. 8. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 2.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers, 273 Bus 'I: East 1088; lady aa't.
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ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care Tbo Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be inclosed. In sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required on such
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through the
For Sale A new 5-room cottage, all con
veniences, rull cement basement, streets
A very desirable location.
Convenient to two trolley lines.
Terms will be given.
Lots cold on advantageous terms to homs
bulldera. The Oregon Real Estate Co
S8 Third -EC. Room 4.
California "Bliss Lands"
Homeseekers act promptly. Secure a 20
acre farm of Irrigated land at $50 to $70 per
acre, price Including water rights one
fourth cash. Reached by Southern Pacific
or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to Tulare
City. 2 miles from Bliss Lands. Alfalfa,
corn, grain, deciduous Xrults, vegetables,
hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free from
Biles Lands (Inc.). 610 Farrott b!dg. San
California-" Bliss Lands"
Homeseekers act promptly. Secure a 20
acre fari of Irrigated land at 50 to $70 per
jacre. price Including water rights one
fourth cash. Reached by Southern Pacific
or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to Tulare
City, two miles from Bliss Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet
fre from Bliss Lands tine), 610 Parrott
bldg., San Francisco.
nrst-Clnsi Check Restaurant
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Treu.
C. Ktlfij. fmlitsj
Morrison Street between 6thand 7th.
rhone Main 868.
TWO PERFORMANCES TODAY
Bargain-Price Special Price
At 2:30 e'Clock. At S:30 o'Clock.
. THE FAMOUS GERMAN COMEDIANS .
KOLB & DILL
In the Merry Musical Burlesque
"I. 0. U."
Comedy Pretty Girls Catchy Music
POPULAR PRICES Matinee. 25. 35 and 50
cents. Night, 25. 35, 50 and 75 cents.
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and Wash.
52 PLAYS IN 52 WEEKS
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK
MATINEES TOMORROW AND SUNDAY
TENTH WEEK BELASCO STOCK CO.
Dramatic Version of Bizet's Opera
BY MARIE DO RAN
PRICES Night. 25c to 75c Mat., 25c to 60c.
jVcxt Week "LADT BOUNTIFUL"
GREAT SPECIAL BILL.
Theater always cool. Keating & Flood. Mgrs.
HANVEY & BOYD'S MINSTRELS
Ben Duley. Harry Boyd.
De Gaxro Brothers.
Casino Comedy Four.
Louis Banvey. Jess. Wilson.
Grand Finale Sensation Act.
Baker's Orchestra. (
Performances dally at 2:30. 7:30 and 8
P. M. No advanced prices for big show all
seats selling for Ten Cents, excepting boxes.
THE YALE TRIO
MR, FRED PL'RINTON
General admission, 10 cents. Evenings,
Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on
lower floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents.
HUNT'S DOG AND MONKEY CIRCUS
THE MUSICAL REEDS
GILES W. HARRINGTON
General admission, 10 cents. Evenings.
Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on
lower floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents.
Irvlngton Park Racetrack
Every day except Sunday.
First race starts at 2:15 P. M.;
at least 6 great events dally.
X. B. All cars transfer at
Second and Washington streets
Today the Creat k'nltnoEia Hintfcip
Fall of Port Arthur
GRAND OPENING EVERY EYEN1NG
7:30 o'clock. 27th and Upshur Sts. Great
spectacular reproduction of the famous
naval battle and fall of Port Arthur. Can
nonade and naval siege conducted by 200
men. ADMISSION 25c. Under manage
ment of Major Japk McGuIre.. Take any
Fair Grounds car.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
-v PORTLAND HEIGHTS
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and
get oS atlHawthorne Terrace, one block from
car line. No climbing. Electric elevator
Most xnagnlflcent view in America. See
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 0 A M. to 8 P. M.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Every Evening at tho
855 Upnhnr St.
Half block east of Main Entrance to
Good Music. Good Floor.
No liquors sold. Under new management.
FOR SALE IN ONE OF THE BEST RE5I
dence districts -on the East Side, house of
Ux large rooms, modern In every respect:
new carpets, ahades. electrical and gas fix
tures; gas range and water heater; rope por
tieres, etc: easy payments, if desired. Ad
dress R 35. care Oregonian. and give your
OLD GOLD. JEWELRT. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious atones
Icom and mounted: watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers; tho Jeweler. 143 3d. near A13er.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
11675 LARGE. NEW. MODERN S-ROOM
house. Montavilla; cost 1600;-casy terms.
Box 561. Oregon City.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE, 8 MILES
Sroa Morrison st. bridge. C j BilUrd,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Six lots, commanding good view; 650 each.
Six lota, commanding test view; 1000 each.
We believe theee are the cheapest and best
lots ca the Height or In the city; all front
ing on car line; easy terms.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO.
Phone Mala 53SL 223 Falling building.
All cleared, rich land. 3 acrea beaverim
(oslcn land), earing water, within 300 feet
of Oregon City car line. 2 miles south of
Mllwaukle; could be subdlvlslded Into Jots or
acre tracts; price S3000; easy terms; would
sell one-half for J 1600.
AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO..
Phone Main 53S3. 222 Falling building.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
aa a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as ?10 per
month with water. A C Churchill It Ca,
One," 110 2d st.
BEAUTIFUL HOMES. 7 AND S ROOMS,
with all modern conveniences; on E. 3d.
between Wasco and Multnomah; conven
ient to S carllnes; for salo on easy terms.
Apply to owners. Parish & Qourlay, on
premises. Phone East 150.
THREE LITTLE COTTAGES FOR SALE AT
$700; lots 50x100; cash or Installments; also
P-room house, lot 100x100. 1500, half cash,
balance on terms, if rold at once; also 2
acres, 39th sc Phone Union 173.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED NEW 0-ROOM
Kouee and lot for tale; this property Is
.located In choicest West Side suburb; can
be paid for In easy installments; 7000.
N -K. Oregonian.
10 ACRES. Stt ACRES IN CROP. FENCED,
no house, on good road, i mile from end
Montavilla car line: snap at $2150. half cash.
B. S. Cook Sc Co.. 251 Alder at.
100X100 FEET. G LI SAN. BET. 23D AND
24th. 7000. provided residence will be built
thereon costing at leaet SG000. Frank C
Baker, owner. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE THE CHOICEST HOMES IN
Oregon at Beaverton, S miles west of
Portland: 1 to 160 acres; fare 35 cents.
Barnes & Cady.
FOR SALE A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 2 LOTS,
lots well improved and cultivated; In center
of Mllwaukle. on Monroe at. Geo. Slegner.
BUY FROM THE OWNER; SAVE COMMI5
slons; several four and five-room cottages for
sale on Installments; some as rent. H 33,
S000-2OTH STREET. NEW TWO-STORY
house, attic, gas and electric flxturra, fur
nace heat; rents 35: terms. G 37, Ore
gonian. LARGE HOUSE AND GROUND, EAST
Side, clofe in. suitable for small sanitarium
or lovely home; cheap. Phone East 475.
LOTS FOR SALE CASH OR INSTALL
ments. half down, balance Installments.
Mrs. Howe. Phone Union 173.
SELLWOOD LOTS. 3.00 DOWN AND 5.00
a month; from 75.G0 to 200.00. Sellwood
Towns! te Co. Phone Union 1401.
FOR SALE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveniences; price reasonable. In
quire owner. 731 E. Aia St.
FOR SALE TWO LOTS IN LAURELWOOD.
100x100. cleared. $230 cash or terms. Pearl
Wymore. 204 H 1st st.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND LOTS.
West or East Side. Apply forenoons -449 3d
CHICKEN RANCH. STOCK AND TOOLS
for eale; ranch for rent. Call East 2315.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED 40 ACRES
with 0 acres In crop; land lays beautifully,
not foot of waste land; live water; fine
bearing orchard: nice 4-room house, barn;
close to good chirping town; on road close to
school. Price. $700. Terms.
SO acres with 35 acres under plow and
In crop; nearly all creek bottom; no
waste land; one acre of green tim
ber; fine trout stream flows through
place; good 'family orchard; good 7
room heuse. with soring water in yard:
large barn; with this place goes a horse, 5
head cattle, of which V are rollch cows;
alt farming Implements. Including wagon
and harness: alto household furniture; on
county road close to school, and 4 miles
from Castle Rock. Price 1050; with con
venient terms. Call at 730 Chamber of
Commerce between the hours of 0 A M. and
2 P. M. and 7 and S In evening of Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday of this week and
get Information from a member of our firm.
Go to Kelso firm to see property. Imus &
Wllloughby. Xalama. Wash., and Cowlllx
County Land Co.. Combined. Kelso. Wash.
140 ACRES; DEEP. RICH. FREE BLACK
soil; 70 acres timothy and clover meadow;
7 acres orchard choice assorted fruit; part
long keeping Winter apples; abundance all
kinds small fruit; -10 acrea ready to plow,
balance pasture and, timber; good S-room
bouse, large barn; 73 tons hay In barn, S
cows, 6 calves; good team horses, harness
and wagon; farm tool and machinery;
cream separator and dairy utensils; on coun
ty road and proposed car line; near R. R..
boat landing, -school; P. O. IS miles from
Portland; abundance stock range; abundance
fine spring water piped to dairy house and
160 acres, pame as above, with more tim
ber, water power and running water; 500O.
320 acres, same as above, with 0 acrea
fine timber and 0 acres of fine pasture and
fine soil; 6500; part cash, balance on time
Address owner. V 33. Oregon: r
FOR EARLY STRAWBERRIES.
20 acres of early strawberry and fruit land
In the 'White Salmon Valley: 7 acres In
strawberries, 550 fruit trees, all kinds; abun
dance of sprimr water piped to house;
7-room house, bam. packing shed. etc. near
school; 1H miles to transportation; a beau
tiful and profitable home; price 2500;
terms 1500 cash; send for our book. White
Salmon Land Co.. White Salmon. Wash.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN FINE 354-acre
Valley farm, about 200 acres bottom land,
about 100 In cultivation; balance low bench
partly cleared and in grass; good buildings,
fences and orchard; some beaverdam; about
1500 cords of fir and ash timber; electric
light and telephone; close to rail, church and
schoolo; 2C mile to Portland; 45 per acre;
terms. S 3, Oregonian.
67 ACRES ARABLE LAND. 0 MILES FROM
Corvaills, railroad and school 1 mile, county
road, mall route, telephone line, well fenced,
no buildings; would make good home for one
with money to build; price 2000. Address
owner. O 40. Oregonian.
FREE GOVERNMENT FARM LANDS JUST.
opened to settlement; level valley iana: no
trtone or timber; water and soil first clasa.
Room 66. Labbe bldg.. cor. 2d and Wash.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
TIMBER FOR SALE 1 GO ACRES FIRST
claes spruce and cedar; Pacific County; i
mile from tidewater; tributary Columbia
River. Karl Johnson. 1253 Franklin ave.,
FOR SALE CHEAP QUARTER-SECTION
timber land, 12 miles from S. P. railway.
Douglas County; large body of Umber ad
joining. Apply 373 East Burnslde at.
G44. ACRES OF TIMBER IN COWLITZ
County. Wash., for tale at a bargain If
taken soon. D. W. Faulkner. Anita, la.
CHOICE TIMBER CLAIM b. HOMESTEADS
for location. Inq. 703 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
COLLINS LAND CO. (INC) WE BRING
buyer and seller together: list your property
with us. We are doing considerable advertising-
and will extend It further. Our fa
cilities are exceptional. Bank references.
- Stearns bldg. Phone Main 2324.
WANTED TO BUY OR RENT RESIDENCE
with modern Improvements; conveniently
near good public school, Address F. C
Knapp. Camp Peck University Park. city.
WANTED RESIDENCE LOT IN. Ex
change for 5 acrea land and some cash.
Phone Ecst 1546.
FOR RENT FARMS.
STOCK RANCH FOR RENT 400 ACRES,
well fenced and watered: 125 miles from
Portland; railway and river shipping facili
ties on property; over 100 acres salt grass in
S pastures; balance hill and bottom bunch
grasses: 300 -head cattle, fattened yearly for'
market for past 4 years; climate mild. Y 33,
110-ACRE FARM. 75 ACRES HEAVY
nearly harvested crop, all stock, farm
machinery; for rent, sale or exchange;
1 hours' drive. Owner. 177 Sherman st.
63 ACRES NEAR MILL CITY. OREGON,
talr Improvements, valued at 1500. - would
exchange tor house and lot In Portland. B.
S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder st
720-ACRE STOCK RANCH TO TRADE FOR
Portland property or small farm. Phoae
East 675. XI nr. S66 E. 7th sL N.
FOR SALE LAND 8CXXP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN
teed, mineral lands titled, public land prac
tice. Collins Land Co.. Steam bldg.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
100 VEHICLES IN STORAGE. CONSISTING
of express, furniture and delivery wagjna.
backs, bugglss. carta and surreys; they must
be add regardless of cost. S3-85-87 Union
ave.. between Stark and Washington st.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE
hldes by the day. week or month; harness,
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomllnson St Cxasl
day, 211 Washington st.
FOR SALE GOOD RIDING AND DRIVING
mare; well broken; also rubber-tired
buggy. 1166 Thurman st. Phone Mam
BLACK PONY BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR
aalsL Inquire Red Front Stable, 26 N. 13th
St.. after SAM. Sunday.
CAMPING WAGONS. HARNESS. HORSES
For rent and for sale. Hubert St Hall. 266
FOR SALE A FINE NEW STITDEBAKER
trap, half price; must be sold. Phone East
FINE HORSE AND BUGGY. SAFE FOR
woman. 307 Falling bldg. Main 3407.
A GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE; 100;
will deliver to purchaser. Phone East 1532.
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 roofs there is nothing better; guaran
teed; Mastic roof paint and cement will
stop small leaks. National Mastic Roofinj
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
SHOE STORE FOR" SALE NICE STOCK. IN
volce about 150O.0O; full line, with well-established
trade; living-rooms In rear; rent
very low; owing to 111 health of owner, must
sell at once for cash, or will trade for In
come property at Invoice price; no bonus.
Apply 22l Oak. city.
FOR SALE NEW ANIr SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; ws
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Salke-Collender.
49 3d st.
BIG LOAD SAWED WOOD WILL. BB SOLD
this week for 2.50; regular price o. Brick
for sale at cost. Mrs. Howe. 1200 E. Division
st. Phone Union 173.
FINEST AND BEST-PAYING LAUNCH ON
Willamette River; price reasonable; terms.
Address Harry Randies. 405 1st st. Phone
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY FURNITURE,
carved, and -4 post beds, bureaus, chest, ta
bles and desks; genuine antiques. 633 Wash
ington. TWO FIRST-CLASS FEMALE R. R. TICK
ets from Portland to Kantas City. K. C. to
Beloit. stop-over privileges. F 35. Oregonian.
LADY'S STEAMER TICKET TO SAN FRAN
cisco. Including berth, for 12th or 24th. 414
Sth st. Phone Main 1522.
FOR SALE 12 II. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine. Al condition and a bargain. 321
COW. YOUNG. PART JERSEY; PAYMENTS.
35; cash. 30. Montavilla car. West ave.
C. W. Davis.
FOR SALE GAS ENGINE MACHINERY,
tools and patterns. Address 927 L sc.,
FOR SALE SMITH-PREMIER TYPE
writer. almost new; reasonable. C 73. care
HOUSEBOAT FOR SALE A BEAUTY AND
a bargain. Owner, 100 Sherlock bldg. Phone
FIRST-CLASS TICKET MINNEAPOLIS OR
St. Paul; male, medium. T 35. Oregonian.
FRESH COWS FOR SALE. W. S. TAYLOR.
2 miles northeast of C re? ham (Troutdale).
FOR SALE A R. R. TICKET FROM PORT
land to Boise. Idaho. H 35. Oregonian..
3 SECOND-HAND SAFES. IN FINE CONDI
tlon. for eale cheap. S4 3d st.
FOR SALE A GOOD BANJO AND VIOLIN,
cheap. C 41. Oregonian.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE. PHONE
. Union 12S1.
HELP WANTE D MALE.
WANTED GOOD JOB PRINTER. WITH
knowledge of pressworfc; state wages; none
but sober, reliable need apply. Southern
Oregonian. Medfard. Or.
WANTED YOUNG MAN. ABOUT IS OR 20
years oW. to work In a Jewelry store; ref
erences required. Apply W 35. Oregonian,
in own handwrltlnc.
STATION MEN. ROCK WORK.
Good prices, all winter work, free fare.
Particulars from HANSEN'S OFFICE. 28
North Second st.
BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT JAPANESE; MUST
be able to read and write English; steady
employment and good wages. Call 607 Mc
PARTNER WITH 30O; FINE PAYING
business;, guarantee to double same Jn 30
days; no agents reply. Room 11. 351 H
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN OF
good address as traveling salesman. Call
10 A M. to 2 P. M.. room 14, 381 Yam
WANTED TWO MEN WHO HAVE GEN
eral experience in working in smelter; must
be men not afraid of hard work. H 34, Ore
gonian. Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice: expert Instructions. Write for
terms, GUlman's College, 627 Clay at., S. F.
California wine depot: headquarters bakers,
cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines 5c
per glass. P. Loratl. 148 4th. Clay 1503.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN Eff PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write. COT McKay bldg.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BILLIARD
boy. Apply between" 10 and 11 A. II., Al-der-st.
entrance, Arlington Club.
ANY PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE OUR SAM
ples; 1S.00 weekly, steady. Mgr. "Em
pire." 4 Wells et.. Chicago. 111.
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOR
chamber work. Apply between S and 12
o'clock. 385 Yamhill.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade: fine chance; some money required.
503 Washington at.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS BUTCHER TO
work In slaughter-house. Address V 35,
WANTED 10 TEAMS AT TENTH AND
Taylor street, at 6.50 per day, to haul dirt.
E. M. Skinner.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN TO MAX
age furniture factory. Address lock box 17,
"WANTED CABINET-MAKER FAMILIAR
with furniture. Call Portland Sprlngbed &
RUNNER FOR HOTEL. APPLY. AT OUT
slde Inn. opposite main entrance to Fair
EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR AND So
licitor for law firm. Address W 34, Ore
gonian. WANTED PHOTOGRAPH PRINTER FOR
Aristo; good, rapid workman. 801 Dekum
ENERGETIC ADVERTISING SOLICITOR.
Call 10 A M. cr 3 P. M. 315 Oregonian bldg.
WANTED OLD CLOTHES, SHOES. HIOH
est price paid. 1C0 Front. Phone Pacific 92.
WANTED A GOOD ALL-AROUND BUTCH
er. Apply to W. W. Irvln. Aurora, Or.
BOYS TO CARRY PAPERS. APPLY ORE
gonlan Business Office. 12 to 3. today.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN
try; big wages; 215 Commercial block.
WANTED BOYS. 18 YRS. AND OVER. TO
work; In factory. Apply 27 1st st.
TWO DETECTIVES WANTED. 315 Co
lumbia bldg., 305 Washington st.
DISHWASHER READY TO WORK. N. Y.
Restaurant. 631 Washington at.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BARBER; GOOD
wages. Call CO Russell at.
helper. 2S4 Front st.
A GOOD ME AT CUTTER. WANTED. IN
quire 121 N. 16th st.
WANTED AN ERRAND BOY. J. R. ROG
txs. 90 1st st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
8HINGLERS BY M TO SHINGLE NEW
railroad depot roof, about SO.ttOO; tree fare
Tallyman and yard shipping foreman,
sawmill. 3 day.
Tool sharpener, mine 4 day.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North Second Street.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men, between the ages of 21 and
33. citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can epeak.
read and write English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer, 3d and Oak
sts.. Portland. Or.
MEN. 1000 MEN.
For new R. R. construction. Eastern Oregon.
Washington; year's work: laborers, team
at ers. rock and station men; free fare.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
26 North Second St., Portland.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; dischargee positively cured in from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute, Allsky bldg.,
3d and Morrison sts., Portland.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS HUSTLERS
to sell popular article In the city; none but
first-class men need apply. Call Saturday, 10
A M. Baggage Transfer Co.. room 10, 6th
GOOD LIVE MEN TO SELL THE FAMOUS
Christy Hoe Safety Razor; sells on sight;
price only 1.00; agents easily make $10.00
per day. Inquire 304 Stearns bldg.. 6th and
Morrison. j: m
WANTED JUNIOR DRUG CLERK. WITH
one or two years' experience; permanent po
sition and promotion for right man; prefer
young man who lives at home. A 34. Ore
gonian. COOKS. WAITERS. CARPENTERS. Ex
perienced aheepherders; employer here.
Pantryman, dishwashers, kitchen help, mill
, hands and teamsters. National Office, 312
MEN and women to learn watchmkjr. en
graving. Jewelers' wk; only prac. school for
Jewelers; money made learn' g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School. P. I. bldg.. Seattle.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding tor newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send for particulars.
Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y.
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER; SALARY
to right party. The Western Lady. 147
MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED;
highest price paid. 50 3d. Phone Pacific 48.
WANTED HOTEL RUNNER'S LICENSE
today. 0 to 11 A M.. room 20S. Allsky bldg.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED JOB PRESS
feeder, by Madden, the Printer. 141 1st st.
HELP WANTE D FEMALE.
OFFICE GIRL. SOME TYPEWRITING, 25
and Increase; neat young cashier, 20.
board and room; candy girl. S week up.
experienced: 2 waitresses. Seaside. 25;
..waitress. 25. and chambermaid. 25, Long
Beach; 2 chambermaids, city. 35; 2 cham
bermaids. $20; others.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343 Washington St.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
WANTED 150 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.
DOMESTICS. COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAM
bermalds. etc: city. Ccast. Fair and coun
try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors.
226 Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN TO DO LIGHT
housework, family of two. and assist in
store: good wages to right party. Apply 215
N. 234 st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook; two in family;
wages 30.00. Apply 816 Love Joy. forenoon.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
sentattvts in Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED QUIET. REFINED ATTENDANT
and companion for lady Invalid; light work,
moderate wages. Telephone Main 2000.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES (YOUNG
ladies) in our lunch room. Call after 10:30
A. M. Swetland 5fc.Son. 273 Morrison.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED WAIT
ress girls at Ice cream parlor. Apply Jap
anese Tea Garden. Portland Heights.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking: wages 30. 603
Spokane ave.. phone Union 23l5.
WOMAN COOK. 50 ARM WAITRESSES,
chambermaids (beach), girl booth Fair
grounds. National Office. 312 Pine.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. GIRL OR WO
man. for restaurant. Call quick; easy.
Boston Kitchen. 120 N. 6th.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343 Washington st.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
GIRL WANTED TO DO COOKING AND
housework. Apply to Mrs. L Frohman,
Parlor C, Portland HoteL
LADY WITH LITERARY ABILITY AND
some means for publishing firm In Cali
fornia. A 41, Oregonian.
WANTED NEAT. .INDUSTRIOUS GIRLS IN
Ice cream parlor. Clerks' Registration Bu
reau. 265 Morrison et.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply at 657 Pettygrovo,
bet. 20th and 21st.
WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework; good wages. 019 E. Everett.
Phone East 1712.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, FAMILY OF
three living In flat. 461 6th at., corner of
WANTED GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL
for general housework. Inquire 394 College
WANTED WOMAN OR GIRL FOR GEN
era! housework. 344 Oregon st. Phone East
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR CHAMBER AND
dining-room work. Brown Hotel. 271 Grand
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family; good wages. 570 Hoyt st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COOK. SMALL
private family; wages 530. Apply 89 10th st.
TWO COMPETENT GIRLS. ONE FOR UP
stalrs. one for pantry. 53 N. 18th, Davis.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking. Apply 434 Salmon.
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL.
Apply to 193 20th at., corner Kearney.
WANTED COMPETENT NURSE FOR FOUR
children: ages 2 to 11. 404 Mad Icon sU
OIRL WANTED FOR CASHIER AT THE
Penny Arcade. 309 Washington.
WANT GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
two in family. 1196 East Taylor st.
WANTED GIRLS. EXPERIENCED SHIRT
makers and finishers, at "5 1st.
EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM GIRL. EL
ton Court, 11th and Yamhill.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK. 662
Johnson st. Phone Main 6317.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
housework. 186 N. 16th.
WANTED GOOD COOK. APPLY S3 W. 23D
at., corner Everett at.
WAITRESS WANTED. 12a STH ST.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
GOOD SALARY. EASY WORK. SHORT
hours and a profession with a future. For
particulars. Newman's Theatrical Informa
tion Bureau, 351 Morrison.
WANTED EXPERIENCED PACKERS
and wrappers; also large strong- boy. The
Modern Confectionery Co.. 13th and Hoyt
WANTED 400 HOPPICKERS: BEST YARD:
easy to earn money. Apply to Andrew Kan.
& Co.. 278 Morrison st.
ALL WHO WANT HELP PHONE 1304 OR
call at 312 Pine. National Office.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
WANTED POSITION BY COMPETENT
young man with wholesale and retail houpe;
experience In furnishings goods or office
work. A 35. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION IX OFFICE; CAN
give satisfactory references from house was
with eight years. Address G. F. Powell. Eu
JAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS COOK. WANTS
situation to do cooking. 45 N. 1st st.
SITUATION WANTED mut,
WANTED, SITUATION A YOUNG MAN
and machine shop business, desires te se
cure an opening either manufacturing
mercantile line; Is thorough bookkeeper with
good executive ability and has bad eeaetf
erable experience In handling- labor; a fair
draftsman with a knowledge of pattern
work and machine shop practice. Address
Q 35, Oregonian.
YOUNG NEWSPAPER MAN. A PUSHBR.
with the vim and virile energy oZ the Wear,
wants location In growing Oregon tews; u
your country is good. I can help you maka
it better. Address Box 03. Sallda. C4er&4o.
SITUATION WANTED BY STRICTLY SO
ber man of good habits; private ptaee or
for light work on ranch. X 35. Oregeates.
SITUATION WANTED APPRENTICESHIP,
mechanical; boy 17 years old; honest aad
able. Sam Espejo. 3S0 Benton st.. city.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCLVTION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also: all
kinds of help. Clay 513. 26S Evurett at.
SITUATION WANTED BY STRICTLY SOB
er man. of good habits and appearance; etty
or country. L 34. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION TO RUN PRIVATE
yacht or launch; references given. Addreea
quick. D 35. Oregonian.
JAPANESE WANTS ALL KINDS HOUSE
work in a small family. C 34. Oregealaa.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position in city, or out: best of referenaes.
M S 35. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION AS STENOGRAPH KR;
good references. Address 317 Selweed st.
POSITION BY EXPERIENCED CHAMBER
maid. Call or address Sl N. 3d. eacaet
COMPETENT YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE
to secure position as housekeeper for gea
tleman. B 35. Oregonian.
A MIDDLE-AGED LADY AND HER
daughter would like situation la leggtac
camp or boarding-house. Address L 35. Ore
gonian. COLORED LADY WISHES SITUATION,
chambermaid, second girl or cook, in small
family. 631 Hood st.
GENERAL AGENT TO HANDLE PEER
less envelope, stamp and label molsteaer
In Oregon. Quick seller; used In every of
fice, mailing-room, etc.; can make good
money; retails for 11. Send for saiaplo
and terms. Good snow for a live man.
W.'B. Curtis St Co.. 617 Mission st.. Saa
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL OUR SUPE
rior. high-grade nursery stock; new and e-s-plete
outfit furnished free; cash weekly:
write today for choice of territory. Addresa
Capital City Nursey Company, Salem. Or.
AGENTS WANTEL TO SELL OUR 1HGH
grade nursery stock. Choice territory a Or
egon, Washington and Idaho. Cask ad
vanced weekly; outfit free. Write at eaee for
terms. Chlco Nursery Co.. Chlco. Cal.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. S3 TO 10
daily. See Allen mornings. 107 Sherlock bMg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHINQ NEW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 215 Commercial blk.
GIRL WISHES GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply 283 N. 19th st.
WANTED TO RENT.
OWNERS AND AGENTS WILL FIND TT TO
ttelr advantage to list their vacant house
or flats with our tree rental department.
Our vacant house directory has beeo-ae a
recognized Institution In Portland, hun
dreds of tenants being weekly placed in
suitable quarters. We moke no estarza
whatever and landlords should take ad
vantage of this service by calling at our
rental department, filling in our Informa
tion blank; leave the rest to us; we wui
secure a desirable tenant; we want beuses
In all parts of city and suburbs; if yea
have a vacant house, flat or apartment,
phone the particulars. We won't allow it
to remain lonr Idle.
H. E EDWARDS. HOUSEFURNISHBR.
Rental Department. 1S5 to 191 1st L
A 6 OR 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR 2 MONTHS,
furnished nicely; would take care at nice
place while family away; references given.
B 41, Oregonian.
WANTED THREE OR FOUR HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms, .-must be centrally located. Ad
dress, etatlng price, G 27. care Oregonian.
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE
family by refined young man: must be rea
sonable. C 35. Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN WISHES BOARD WITH PRI
vate family, convenient to city. Q 31. Ore
gonian. FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED FOR Vis
itors. J. V. Crelghton & Co.. 165 3d st.
WANTED MIS CELLANEOUS.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUYS
all kinds of furniture., new or old. at 211
1st t. Phono Main 2655.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. TO "BUY
the return portion of railroad tleket to
Omaha. Neb. Write full desarlptlon of ticket
and give owner's telephone number. R 34.
ABOUT 2-H.-P. GASOLINE ENGINE. WA
ter pump and tank; all or separate. Address
Woerndle-Custer Mercantile Co.. Frances,
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHINO
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at tka
"Fair Deal," 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
CORDWOOD WANTED ON RIVER BANKS
at once.' Write particulars and price: must
be low. Kenyon. 3S3 1st st, Portland.
WANTED AT ONCE. SECOND-HAND
moving picture machines, films, song sKdes.
Room 11. 331 Morrison.
20 TEAMS WANTED FOR WORK IN CITY:
wages 5 00 per day. Apply 81 East 11th St..
or phone Union 78.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233
FOUR COMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS
in private home; pleasant location; 12 per
month and up; breakfast If desired. 74S East
Burnslde. Phone East 2726.
FURNISHED ROOMS. NICE LOCATION
for visitors, every convenience, private fam
ily, on car line direct to Fair and depot.
ONE PLEASANT ROOM. IN PRIVATE FAM
lly; convenient to car line. 342 Morris st .
bet. Union and Rodney aves. Pho&a Eadt
395 SALMON. COR. 10TH FURNISHED
rooms, transient or permanent; best part of
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
two, reasonable prices. Inquire 551 Morri
WILLAMETTE. 144 6TH. HALF BLOCK
from Hotel Portland Rooms, 2.50 to 5 per
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY OR
week; prices reasonable. 1SS Park. Phase
TWO FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS; ALSO
one single room for housekeeping. 73 N.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS: REASON
able rates. 129 Grand ave.. nr. E. Morrison.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR ONE OR
two: ?2 per week. 68 East 7th. near Stark.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 3.CO WEEK.
75c day. "Che Newcastle. 3d and Harrison.
ROOMS SINGLE AND EN SUITE FOR
rent cheap at 28Si 3d st.. cor. Columbia.
DESIRABLE ROOMS. BATH. GAS AND
phone, to permanent people. 785 Irving at.
NEATLY FURNISHED OUTSIDE ROOMS AT
2.00 and up per week at 111 N. 7th st.
414 JEFFERSON ST. NEW HOUSE. NEW
furnishings; modern, reasonable rates.
3 LARGE. COOL ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR 4;
also other rooms. 322 4th st.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. 77S LOVE
Joy st. Phone 3739 Main.
VERY NICE ROOMS IN MODERN HOUSE,
reasonable. 304 Park st.
FURNISHED ROOMS. PRICES REASONA
ble. 273 Clay st.