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1 TEa MOKXryix OKEGOJVlAjf, SATURDAY, SEgTiSJIBER 16, 1905.
I FAMILY REUNION
Ten Brothers and Sisters Wil
CHILDREN OF PIONEERS
They "Will All Assemble in One
Homo for the First Time
Since They Left the Pa
Today will begin one of the most re
markable family reunions of the many
that have taken place In Portland since
the opening of the Lewis and Clark Ex
position, to continue till the 25th of the
month. Separated 33 years agoln the
springtime of life, the ten daughters and
eons of J. W. Davis, a well-known Ore
gon pioneer, will assemble together at
tne temporary home of Mrs. Craig, wife
of Rev. J. W.' Craig, of Oregon City. -421
East Grant street, with their families and
some relatives. In all numbering about 50.
While they have met occasionally. It will
be the first time they have all been Seen
together since they left the parental roof
to take up the active duties of life. They
had this reunion planned over a year ago.
ana tne Exposition caused them to de
cide to gather In Portland.
List of Children.
The following tire the children who, with
their families, will make up this gath
erlng: Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Perclval,
of Madrath. Crook County, Or., widow of
R. C. Perclval, a prominent resident of
this state; Mrs. Sarah Tlbby, of Condon.
Or.; Mrs. Susa Hedgpath, Roseburg, Or.;
Mrs. Mary Elliott. Prlnevllle, Or.; Mrs
Belle Guthrie. Monmouth. Or.; Mrs. J.
W. Craig, Oregon City, wife of the pastor
of the Southorn Methodist Church; A. A.
Davis, lone, Cal.; Mrs. Jennie Dempsey,
RIokreal. Or.; J. M. Davis. Junction City,
Or.; James Davis, Clatskanle. Columbia
County, Or., and Miss Jennie Black, a
niece, of Nevada. With their families
the gathering will make up a party that
will flu up the house to Its utmost capac
The old home is In Putnam County,
Missouri. J. W. Davis, the head of the
family, crossed the plains to Oregon in
IbrA, and first settled in McMlnnvllIe,
Yamhill County, and afterwards moved
to Polk County, where Mrs. Davis died
in 3872. Mr. Davis returned to his old
home, and died while on his way back to
Oregon to visit his relatives. He Is still
remembered In Yamhill and Polk Coun
ties as a pioneer of integrity and an old
At Home of Mrs. Craig.
Mrs. J. W. Craig came to Portland from
Oregon City a short time ago and secured
a house at 424 East Grant street, has ar
ranged for the reunion and it was largely
due to hor efforts that it has been brought
about. There is no set programme. The
gathering will be a family reunion In
every sense. The Exposition, which is
the center of attraction, will be visited
as often as interest and time will allow.
A big dinner several of them will bo
enjoyed. "Wo have come for a good
time, to see the Exposition and Port
land," said Mrs. Craig. There will be
many side trips on the electric cars to
Portland Heights, Oregon City. Cazadero
and elsewhere, so that the eight days of
the reunion will pass all too quickly. Be
ginning today, till the 23th, there will be
no dull minutes in this family gathering.
OCEAN GIVES UP ITS DEAD
Body of Unidentified Man Found on
Beach at Bell Ingham.
BELLINGHAM, Wash., Sept. 15. The
decomposed body of a man whose name
is unknown has been found on the beach
here. It had evidently been In the water
a month. The only clew to identification
is a card in one pocket with the address
of Mrs. Kate Warn, C97 Fulton street,
CHICAGO, Sept. 15. Mrs. Kuhs Warn,
who formerly lived at C97 Fulton street,
was found this afternoon at S33 Washing
ton boulevard. She could give no Informa
whlch would identify the body found at
Bellingham. She conducts a matrimonial
agency or club.
"I have eight or ten club members In
Bolllngham," she said, "and I have no
way of telling which one this man was.".
B. R. Fish Succeeds Hickey.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. Sept 15. (peciaU
Benjamin R. Fish, Deputy State Auditor,
undor J. D. Atkinson, has been appointed
Assistant Secretary of State to take the
place of the late J. Thomas Hickey. Mr.
Fish has been employed recently as audi
tor and cashier In the office of the
Secretary of State. The vacancy
caused by his advancement will be
filled by the appointment of Frank T.
Houghton, of Tacoma. Mr. Houghton
is at present superintendent of the State
Burlington Postofflce Bobbed.
BELLING HAM, Wash., Sept. 15. Safe
blowors last night robbed the Postofflce at
Burlington, 20 miles south of here, on the
Great Northern, of $275 In cash and $250
in stamps. Giant powder was used and
the safe completely wrecked. Police have
been notified that the thieves are reported
to have left in this direction. Three men
loitering about Burlington yesterday are
supposed to be Involved.
You can't bolp liking thcra. they are so
very small and their action so perfect.
Pn Try them?6 Carter'8 ""le Liver
DAILY METEROLOOICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. 15. Maximum tempera
ture. 08 dep.; minimum. 46. River reading
at o A. 51., 3.0 feet; change In past 24
hours fall. 0.4 of a foot. Total precipitation,
wi inn' nne' totaI "Ce Septem
ber 1, 1005. 1.13 inches: normal, 0.04 of an
Inch; excess. 0.41. of an Inch. Total sunshine
.VLf,1!' 1005 0 hour "I minutes;
possible. 12 hours and 37 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level) at G P M., 29 92
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
S 5 n
S S3 "Wind. T
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..STATIONS. J i J a
2 c o
2 2 3 :
Salt Lake City. .
Walla Walla. . . .
Pt. CI dr.
0.00 ! 8
No rain has fallen in the Pacific States
during the last 24 hours, but In the Sound
Fifch tad WuhiBf ton Streets
mwti. f LM to . Ter Dr
Aecorr to Lecatioa. f
. r. DAVEE. Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
F50NT AND MORRISON STREETS
Evrepeaa Plan Rossis 71c to $2.00
First-Class RestaBraat In Connection
TEe ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAK ANDERSON, Manager
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and from all trains
Rates Zur 75c to $3.00 Per Day
Country It Is cloudy and somewhat threaten
ins. The changes In temterature since yester
day have been Km all and unimportant.
The Indications are for fair -weather In this
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight. September 16:
Portland and vicinity Fair. Northerly
Western Ores-en and Western Washington
Generally fair. Northwesterly winds.
eastern Oregon, Kastern Washington and
EDWARD A. DEALS,
ANSWERS A RR HCr.Tl XT T1ITC n-PXTWV.
FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAY BE HAD BY PRESENTING
1UUH CHECKS AT THE OREGONIAN
A 19, 21, 22, 27, 80, 81.
B 4. 0. 10. 11. IS. 14. 1JI. 20. 21. 52 TK RO
B. S. ...........
C 5, 9, 16, 18, 10, 20, 22, S3, 09, C. S.
D 8. 8, 14, 16. 20. 72, 01, 99, D.
E IS, 14. 15, 01, 07.
r 2, a, is. is, 16. is.
G 7. 12, 15, 20, 41, 86.
It 3, 8, 11. 10, 93, 99.
J 4. 7, 0, 12, 17, 19, 22.
K 2, 8, fl, 79, 94, fr6. TftJ
L 0, 7, 8. 9. 14, 17. 18. 84. 87, L. G.
513, 8, 9, 12, 17, 18, 20, 47, 91, 93..
N 7, 9, 18, 16, 18, 19. 21. 92, National Assn.
O 2, 5, 0. 9, 14, 17, 20. 22, 92, 94, 95.
1' 3. 7, 9. 12, 16, 21, 78, II. T. r.
Q 17, 82, 56, 63, 65, 70, 78, 93.
K 1. 5, 8, 9, 11, 13. 14, 20. 21, 99, 100.
8 1, 4, 6, 9. 10, 13, 98.
T 4 7 17 88
V fl. 7 9, 20, 05, 73, 86, 88, 92, 95.
W 11, 15. 17, 19.
X 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15. 18. 95. XX 400.
Y 2, 3, 4, S. 6, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 67, 89, YZ.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At ihf Portland JLurtlnn Tlnnm. oil Ttw-
bL. sale at 2 P. 51. and 7:30 evening.
c i fuiiu. Auctioneer.
- MIKTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15. O.
TSsy E. S. Members are requested to meet
(IW in Masonic .Temple Sunday at !
W o'clock P. M. to attend the funeral
of rmr Into ntr ii.,. -.-
order W. 51. JENNIE ILGALLOWAY. Sec.
ai.i)i.a iaiuuu, --. JOl. A. F.
& A. 51 Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock. All
51. 51. cordially Invited. By order
A. J. HAND LAN, Secretary.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER NO 18. R.
A. M. Special convocation this (Satur
day) evening. September 10, 1P05. at
8 o clock. Masonic Hall. Burkhard
bulldlnr? Tlavnl AnK l.f- vi.i.a
especially welcome. By order E. H. P.
E. E. SHARON, Secretary.
THE T. niTC ItlVtTTIDV rT min tts
HOO will meet this evening at 11 o'clock at
neiLaaunrtxrii Ttitrri nnA tt . -v. i n .
FROST At the homo or the parents. Mr. and
North. September 14. 1005. Themas G. Frost,
aged 0 years and 8 months. Funeral notice
HUFFORD-7ln this city. September 15, 1005.
me inrauy rrauence, isaj snerman sU.
Jessie Sarah Huflord. aged 22 years "4
months and 1 day, beloved daughter of
Walter S. and 5Irs. 51artha M. Hufford.
FuTleral announcement later.
FROST At the residence. W0. East 10th sL,
nonn, Bepiemoer i, Ttomas B. Frost,
aged 20 years and 3 months, son of Mr. and
Mm. B. G. Frost. Funeral will take place
Sunday, September 17. at 1:30 P. M. from
the First Christian Church, corner of Park
and Columbia ta. Friends Invited.
FLOWERS In this city. September 14. 1003.
x rauait. n. i-towera, agea a years, jruneral
will take place today at 2 P. 51. from Dun
ning, 5IcEntee & Gllbaugh's chapel, 7th and
Pine rt. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
Friends Invited. La Grande. Or., papers
SMITH rM ends and acquaintances are re-
uiviiea io auena ine luneral serv
ices of Walter B. Smith which will be held
at Flnley'a chapel at 2:80 P. M. Sunday.
f,tpt?Dt'r 17lh- Crescent Grove Cemetery.
DUNNING. 5PEVTEK niTXtkrinxi c.
censors to Dnnnlnr- A rimnlm. mi.r.i,.M
and embalmers: modern In r-n .u. -.
and Pine, Phone 5Ialn 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. TTnilfrtnVr.
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Tafv aUtnnt
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. FXNLEY & SOY -p-tnt tii.
cor. Sd and Madison. OfArn r rr, rJ
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
F. .8. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 TW
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLEK-BYRNES CO. TTndrrf ,kM t-
tmlmers, 278 Russell East 1088. Lad kkz'U
J. W. 0QILBEE
Room 11. 145 First Strret-
SQCrt Choice lot, 50x100 feet, with
3JU fe? hiiSens' Ad-
must be sold quick. moaey;
CIQilfi Two ,ots. 300x100 feet, with
J I JUU I?p,od S-room house, near Pow
v ell arid East 17th sis.; good
COClft Lof, 40x100 feet, with good.
$9ftA Choice lots. WxlOO feet. In CIo
UV verJale Extension.
SQPIA BfL "P-Good- building lots.
JJU 50xl feet, la "Tlbbetta Homei
For salb A nav X.innm n.. -wit
venlences, full cement basement: streeU
ainerent ana better than anything in the
city; fully improved; a very desirable lo
cation; convenient to two trolley lines. See
the modern, complete, unique, eight-room
residence, censer 15th and Clackamas sts.
Ready Sept, 15th. Lou sold on advanta
geous terms to nomebullders.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
SSH Third St., Room 4.
Slrst-CUss Check XectacrMt
Connected With Tint el.
C O. DAVIS, Sec sjMt Xtsu.
Th cater f. MsRunH
Morrison Street between Cth and 7th.
Phone Main 868.
Only Two Performances Left
. At 2:20 o'clock. At 8:20 o'clock.
The Cabbage Patch
PRICES 25c, 35c. 75c. 81 and $1.50.
Seats Now Selling.
Marquam Grand Theater
ALL NEXT WEEK BEGINNING 5IONDAY,
Special-Price Matinees Wed. and Sat.
The Big Mufrlcal-Comedy SucceM
Gorgeous Costumes Pretty Girls Catchy
Music Hear the Latest Song Success
"The Whole Damm Family "
PRICES Evenings: 25c. 35c, S9c, 75c, fl and
1-50. 5Iatlnees, 25c. 35c. 50c, 75c and 51.
Seats Are Now on Sale.
R F. T A .S f! O Tel Main 311
14th and Wash. Belasco & Mayer, Props.
1STH WEEK BELASCO STOCK CO.
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:30
TONIGHT 8:15 ALL WEEK
J U D A H
HENRY ARTHUR JONES GREAT PLAY.
PRTPP Jl-ht-25c, 35c. 60c and 75c
A ival-wJ Matinees 25c. 35c and 50c
NEXT WEEK "Captain Jinks, of the Horae
3d and Yamhill
Phone 5Iain 1P07.
OREGON THEATER CO.. LESSEE.
GEO. L. BAKER. 5IGR.
TnE HOME OF BURLESQUE.
MATINEE TODAY. 2:15.
Last Performance of Martelt's Great
Life. Merriment and 5tuslc
EVENING 75e. 50c. 35c and 25c
MATINEES 50c, 25c and 15c.
Next week, starting tomorrow afternoon,
FMPIRF TRFATFR Lr Morrison.
iUKiiii.il I'hone Main
THE POPULAR THEATER
Dark Today and TdnigTit
EVENINGS 15c. 25c. 35c and 50c -5IATINEES
10c, 15c and 28c.
Next Week, Starting Tomorrow Matinee,
A DramaUzatlon of Marie Cerelli's Famous
CLANCY. AND SWARTZ.
THE GREAT MA JUNE.
THE STAIiOSCOPE. ,
General admission 10c; reserved seatn on
lower floor 20c Dally matinees entire lower
Door 10c. box teats 25c
THE TOUR ELUNGSWORTHS.
THE BUSCHE FAMILY.
BROOKS AND BROOKS.
General admission 10c; reserved seata on
lower floor 20c Dally matinees, entire lower
floor 10c. box eeats 25c
. CLASSIFIEDAD. RATES.
"Rooms," "Rooms and Board," "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations Wanted," 15
tvords 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 OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cent for 15 words or less;
18 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" (gange measure aeate), 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 sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
FOR SALE KEARNEY ST., BET. 20TH
- xlir "lBt eU- residence 10 rooms, modern In
i.1A.rf2cLB- 101 30xl feet, price f7500. The
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. 240 Washing
ton aC. cor. Second. ning
v.?UYS 13 ACRES BEST-LOCATED
Heights property; a fortune awaits the burer
Addreea T 12. cars Oregonlan. "
,.F?r Sale Quarter or half-block on North
I3th St. Vr- rft1raV.1 t xr Tt-ii n
McKay bldg. "
LOUIS H. BOLL
PIAX? STUDIO NOW OPEN FOR PUPILS.
.r-arjors w ana io. 342H Washington at.
NinV TO DAT.
Aa a result of railroad activity real
estate in and around St. Johns hast
materially advanced in price during
the last few days. Some property.
has been withdrawn from the market,
at least for the time being. Prices of?
lots for sale by us at Point View and
at South St. Johns have, however, nob
been raised. This is the last chance
to buy at these low prices.
10TS AT POINT VIEW
LOTS AT SOUTH ST. JOHNS
$200 Each and Upwards
According to Location x
Small cash payment down, and the
balance in easy monthly payments
The Title Guarantee
and Trust Co.
240 Washington Street
PORTLAND - - OREGON
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ON COWLITZ PRAIRIE. 79 ACRES. ALL
under cultivation; buildings; good orchard;
good -trater: fine location; 1 miles from
Toledo boat landing; fine large prairie.
Also 12 acres on the prairie; living water
uu me pure; one clock rancn: so acres
can be Irrigated from springs; 125 acres un
der ccltlvailon. balance pasture; large home;
2 barns. This Is a fine large prairie, the
bet of water; good places for two families;
will tell cheap. Addreos A. Uutrle. Wln-
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low' as $10 per
monwi wim water. A. C Churchill & Co..
- inc.- no si.
HOUSE in T!finm- wtxr l vn . -no i-i
luiciy un in (iai) ipntlt A.u..
throughout; situated on two lots. In best
fv.wuu ui ucji aiac aut one aesinng an
a iidiub win aa wen io invesugate. fnono
owner. Main or call 109 Sherlock bhlg.
A desirable new 7-room hpure, all modern
Improvements, heater, etcs; magnificent and
unobstructed view of river and mountain-
WELL-IMPROVED DUSINESS CORNER
near Portland- Hotel. 25.000. F. A. InjleV.
211 Pnmmr-r-( Klw-V
?1750 CASH DOWN AND J 50 MONTHLY
uuj s jjni me oanusemest &-room
bouae on Willamette Heights; new. modern
M a beauty; unobstructed view. L. IV.
-.. wo Auingion Hag.
10 ACRES UNIMPROVED CITT PROPERTT
u" imc near ai. jonna; enoice tract
at low flruret ba hftor lnt-..Fn..nt . r.nAA
cash and balance on tlme Owner. 210 5th
IWOO-STORE AND HOUSES ON NORTH
w.., uun in, litcome nearly iooo
i.. "'. " ogoming an around it. L.
... niimni, fc -K.w tvo AUlQglOn DIGg.
BEST IV (-I-T1- r.c nt-n
tunii iw-hto, oucreu lor
.vm. jt4r win aurnnjiHiuic property la
wiiius mi. j.i-ui.c .is rrmun otag.
TWO MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSES FRONTING
on -a au. oct. ueimont ana lamhlll; part
ii'ii. wiuire on nmc ai i per cent. Call
on owner, jj a. xia at.
$3000 CASH. DALANCE J2000 ON" LONG
time and 0 per cent will bur a fln nvnan
houe in Irvlngtan; beautiful location. 2 car
tines, no anrnocK Diag.
A SACRIFICE BARGAIN TODAY IN SOUTH
Portland hnmo. hMKtlftil -rlta. ikntkk.
fruit, car line. Owner, room' 203 Allsky
EELLWOOD LOTS. W.00 DOWN AND
" mim I J.w IO iuw.w. beilWOOd
Townslte Co. Phone Union 140L
f3150-NEW SLX-ROOM BEAUTIFULLY FIN
!ihed boure. Holladay Park, largo ground
fine location. S18 Multnomah st.
Oregon City; for sale or trade for Portland
' "v si AO. viVKunia
NICE LITTLE HOME. GOOD WELI-BUILT
"""a miww, ioi .x'xiiHj, targe rrult trees
etc. Call 351 Tillamook irt.
FOR SALE J600 APIECE. 3 BLDG. LOTS.
West Side. 20 minutes from Postofflce: no
agents. Phone Hood 1C35.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. 8 MILE3
from Morrison t. brldg. C K. BaUard.
GOOD-PAYING PROPERTY ON FRONT ST.;
iwwihuic. Anawtr ij roru at.:
particulars. , '
TWO FINE LOTS IN RICHMOND ON CAR
line. 1400. Sellwood Townslte Co. Phene
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE LOT ON BEL-
uvui l, umr inivmg iuwn. ji 21 Ore
gonlan. J100U BUYS MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE; BAL
ance on easy terms; comer E. 13th and Al
berta. W00 FOR 2 LOTS IN ALU IN A: WALKING
distance. Pacific Tr & A. Co.. 27 W. 1st at.
Houees built on easy payments; lots furnished
If desired. 612 Commercial bldr. Main 190.
GOOD HOUSE AND LOT. 533 BEACH ST..
corner 12th. Inquire at premises.
4-ROOM SHACK AND LOT. 00x100; $330.
Phone Scott 5713.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
COLLINS LAND CO. (INC) WE BRING
buyer and seller together; list your property
with us. We are doing coulderable adver
tising and will extend It further. Our fa
cility aro exceptional. Bank references.
Stearns bldg. Phone Main 2324.
I WANT FROM 5 TO 20 ACRES WITHIN
about an hour's distance from city; must be
a bargain. W 10. Oregonlan.
WANT 8 TO 10-ROOM RESIDENCE. MUSI
be flrst-claas. select location and price right
for cash. P 21, Oregonlan.
20.000 TO INVEST IN INCOME BEARING
property, either business or residence. Ad
dre X 12. Oregonlan.
A FRACTION OF A LOT IN SOUTH PORT
land; mutt be reasonable. X 22. Oregonlan.
rOK SALE TIMBER LANDS.
JM500 BUYS 100 ACRES 1 TIMBER, 7.000.000
ft, logging on Joining land; land is near
ocean beach and may be sold as Iota when
timber Is removed. E 21, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 4 -SECTION OF TIMBER
iana. t-oiumoia tammy- township 4 north
range. G 17. care Oregonlan.
CHEAP LANDS. TIMBER AND GRAZING
Call or addreaa B 51 . Chamber Commerce!
FO& SALE LAND SCXD?.
FOR SALE APPROVED LAND 8 CRD? FOR
acquiring ime witnout residence to tim
bered or prairie land, surveyed or unaur
veyed. H. X. Hamilton. The Portland, city
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUAXAN
teed, aalseral Unas titled, public land ono
tlea. Colllss Land Co.. Suarsa bit.
FOR SALE FAXMA.
IT'S A DANDY 20 ACRES OF EARLY
oiio-M utij, appie. cnerry ana vegeusie land,
only one-half mile from town of White Sal
mon; commanding magnificent view of Mt.
Hood and City of Hood River; the soil is
rich, deep and moist; four acres cleared and
readr In n?nnt in nmhal. k.l.
light brush, easy to clear; some timber for
. . " "uer xenco ana a nne wen
ot cae, ooft water; there Is not better soil
au iucuuon xor an orchard or a finer site
for & home east of the Cascades; and now
I: .t "" are sure of the Northern Pacific
uuimicg oown tne north bank of the Co
lumbia RlVfl- It la Air s.V..n eviitn.
il fill be worth three time that In thro?
j leraa, sisw caan, Balance in three
years. Don't let this slip If you are looking
for A. fln hnrn. . v. T- w .
gains. White Salmon Land Co., White Sal-
FOR SALE OR TRADE
----. j-v ,41 tuun uiiuu, oaiance pas
ture; well Stocked; all Implements; fine
stock ranch; trade for smaller farm close to
Cl f h n M -Vlitrxti nn.l ...1... rctnn
SO acres, 14 miles from the Columbia
-" on tne .enaiem; will taxe good driv
ing horse and buggy: balance cash; -price
tilin TlU.-. "T T ..tP
. x i.uiic: ii uuu j uo.
FOR K A T.F" rtVT" imx t-.rrw
farm, about 200 acres bottom land, about
100 In cultivation, balance nearly level, part-
w ucojbj ana in grass; good buildings,
fences and orcstard; some beaverdam; about
a&ff telephone; close to rail, churches and
vuuvi. u aura o roruma: s-ui per acre.
. trcji pan; terms, a to, oregonlan.
EXCEPTIONALLY FIN Ei COMPLETE FARM
6o acres. level land. In cultivation, 700
Winter apples, modern Improvements, elec
tac car. jlae roads all year; S mllee east of
Portland; growing crop, chickens, stock and
implements; fln water and piped; more
- jwiuiun u. winim. isi i- ront 8u
FOR SALE-STOCK RANCH OF 240O ACRES
near Coburg. 8 miles northeast of Eugene,
ur., price low ana terms easy,
aamoeriam. iibbe bldg.. Portland
FOR SAT-TI FTVT T rt. 1 m V vui ttr t-imi
an la cuiuYaiion: ronnnniidiTiv lit miTM
en .Dalles. Polk Co.. Or. Address' George
.iuuiuf, mcKreaii. tu jr. u. no. j, Oregon.
1 GO-a ere farm, large out range fair Improve
ments, adjoining 160 acres Government land.
-j" icpijw. uu aecona at.
CHEAPRST finVK QViir i vt- t inn..
best location. 20 miles north from Portland;
bwu lrawponauon. van or write to farmer.
440-ACRE WHEAT FAHV 1VP! T u'lTPnrn
lenceu nog tignt; good black loam soil. 23
per acre. Hemingway uroa., owners, Duiur,
IMPROVED FARM. SUSCEPTIBLE OF miti
gation and suitable for colonization; also
homestead relinquishment M 4. Oregonlan.
FINE lllRIOATFn KTOrV iit.tat.-ci vn
nncats m oest pan or Idaho. Jackson
oc xiccvru, riwr, laano.
FINE FARM. 12 MILES FROM PORTLAND;
,i4. iMtrs&io. inquire air:rroons l to 4
412 2d sU
TO EXCHANGE TEN ACRES OF UNIM
proved land. 4Vj miles eaut of Oregon City
for a No. 1 driving or delivery horse. Ad
orero -n n. oregonlan.
ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN GOOD MINING
preprnr ior reai enuiie, city or farm, or
win sen cneap tor cash, y 22, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 3 ACRES ON
av. iiiwia nne. owner, nw lienton su
Horses, Vehickles, Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VTZ
hides by the day, week or month: hnrn-
saddles and 200 new and second-band rigs
tor saie or exenange. xomnnson Cassl
day, 211 Washington st.
FOR SALE ONE SPAN MULES, WELL
orone. weignt, i-uu pounos eacn. with wagon
and harness; all for 300. S. O. Miller &
aon. Aurora, or.
HORSES. WAGONS. TRUCKS AND ALL
iuoui ui Tcnicics ana namess lor sale or
rem. iiuucri xiaii. uu -I in St.
FOR SALB CHEAP ONE LADY'S SIDE SAD-
aie ana oriaie, neany new. inquire Fashion
ataoies, --utn ana Washington sts.
NEW PLATFORM SPRING WAGON. $100,
Attn; uiai:iuiniin nop. 01 r. lth.. bet.
Savler and Thurman.
vnn i a t.v
1 wood-turning lathe. 12xd Inches x24 feet,
with cones, counter haft, pulleys, hangers.
iftiims, rrtivr, ia.cc-piaies. etc.; ail complete
A large lot of wood-turner's tools.
1 rln nn.1 C O sow ntiil h.n.li V
counter shaft, bangers, pulleys and belting
1 rrlndstone and frame.
1 pattern-maker's workbench; 1 hinged
170 feet four-Inch leather belting. 50 feet
-n-incn .earner Deiting.
Aliin a tare inf nf rarn.nt.r', int. In.
ply to Francis Sealy. administrator. 275
U. 3. ARMY GOODS STORE.
Springfield rifles onlr J2.73. cost th IT. S
Government $16. nhoot either shot or ball
cartridges; the ammunition for these guns'
can be purchased In any gunstore. We have
oeciaea to continue eale until Monday eve..
BETTER BUY NOW. x
COR. 7TH AND OAK STS.
JOi OVR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastic roofing. In rolls,
easy to lay; needs no palntlns? or coatintr:
good over old. Iron, tin or shingles; for
new roofs there Is nothing better; guaran
teed; Mastic roof paint and cement will
titop small leaks. National Mastic Roofing
V.O., room z. Hamilton bldg.
DOGS CHESAPEAKE BAY PUPPIPS.
moains oui. orea irom run rxdl creed stock:
sire and dam flne-worklnr docs: these in
the bst duck dogs on the Coast; price for
immeaiate sale. ?17.50 for dug puppies. F.
O. B. cars Seattle. Wash. Address P. O.
Box 476. Seattle, Wash.
EDISON'S LATEST MOVING-PICTURE MA
crone, a Bout sow feet of film; 4 seta song
slide?, concert graphophone and 50 records,
all In good condition and a monev-makcr.
Apply Ooldendale Furniture Company, Gold-
SEWING MACHINES FOR THE COMING
weex oniy. we will sell at greatly reduced
prices, best drop-head Sterling. $20; a few
aianaaros, augniiy used. $15; second-hand.
$3.50 and up. H. D. Jones. 2S0 Yamhill, cor.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Diuiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures: cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
10 3d st.
FOR SALE CHEAP THOROUGHBRED
ir.u seiicr pupn. j montnei oza. t oe lurtner
particulars Inquire of C W. EL. Foote. 224
Ebey st., Montavilla, or care Woodard,
Clarke & Co.
WE SELL ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
or wnisKy and brandy at 10c National
Wine Co.. The Quality Store 3th and Stark.
FOR SALE A LIGHT SINGLE-SEAT AUTO
t-ngine in front under hood, wheel steering.
Call 783 Northrup st. Phone Front 874.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALB OR TRADE
iu ions carrying capacity; -4-norsepower
engine; will tell cheap. P 12. Oregonlan.
GINSENG. IT'S A MONEY-MAKER PLANT
hum, jj.icc mi xor seeu ana plants on appli
cation. B. W. KIbler, Tacoma, Wash.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT RIGHTS
lor ashlngton. Oregon. California, can be
seen at Fair grounds. R 04. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE INVALID'S WHEEL-OHAIR:
upholstered In leather; also pair new
crutches. Call" at 260 N. 23d.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN COMPLETE
ei uoiitri iooh ana macnines. Address
Box 137. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE 12-IL P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine; Al condition and a bargain, 324
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY FURNITURE:
none like It west of New York City. t33
COMPLETE MOVING-PICTURE OUTFIT
ur saie cneap; aims, wag Slices, itoom 11
351Vi Morrison. '
BULL TERRIER PUPPIES, GOOD ONE3;
cii.i. v.aii ia jiiiii su irnona
STOCK FOR SALE VERY CHEAP IN AL-
oen uros. Alining to. u -V. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. 324 CHAM-
ucr oi .ua.a.i.c. vi pconc jcain .iTPJ.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES, $8 PER
month. J. E. Huxley. S2 4th st.
FOR SALE 2 pointer pups. 4 months old.
lau at -iu letn, JAais.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO LEARN
plumbing trade: sreat demand for grad
uates $4-$5 day; many complete course two
months; graduates admitted to union and
Master Plumbers Association. Coyne Bros.
Co. Plumbing School. New York. Cincin
nati and St. Louis. (Day and night class.)
For free catalogue addreoa 230 10th ave..
1000 MEN WANTED
AT U. S. ARMY GOODS STORE.
To buy guns and khaki suits; last chance to
laxe aavantage oc these great bargains, as
sale positively closes Monday eve., Septjmber
YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY.
COR. 7TH AND OAK STS.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men, between the agea of 21 and
no, citizens of United States, of good char
acter and tern rata habitat who can sseak.
read and write English. For information
apply to Recsuitlng Officer. 3d and oak
, I'oruana. ur.
""WANTED A BRIGHT AD WRITER TO
taxe charge of the advertising and mall or
der department of a mercantile establish
ment; mum devote his entire time to our
business; state age. salary wanted, experience-
and references. Address lock box 740,
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULY
u-cmca; aiscnarges positively cured in rrora,
3 to 5 days; consultation free and etrlctly
confldentlal; send for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute, 3d and Alder
aia., tauanco -vo Aiaer si., irortiano.
FIRST-CLASS DRESS GOODS MAN. out of
ciiy; young man mil clerk, city; 3 boys. 16
20; neat office boy, good penman, accurate
In figures. Clerks' Registration Bureau. 265
WANTED-SUCCESSFUL LIFE INSURANCE
auHwwre us uiairici managers lor Oregon
and Washington; cheapest, plainest and best
MEN and women to learn watchmkg. en
graving. Jewelers' wk; only prac. school for
Jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg-
Tnmv rhrurl T T lf- Q.altT.
ANY iyrer.unET prt?snv rx-r umv
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary: send for particulara.
MILLWRIGHT. $4 DAY; 3 BRIDGE AND 2
ouse carpenters, j; tree rare; cut-on man,
$2.50; tool sharpener. $3; laborers, teamstere.
WANTED COMPETENT STOCK-CUTTERS
iur sasn ana aoor factory; good wages,
steady work. Address The Wheeler-Osgood
MEN AND WOMEN LEARN THE BARBER
iraae; tree transportation from Portland and
Seattle to MoIers Syntem College, 644 Clay
ii.., jail r raucucg.
AUVEKTISING SOLICITORS. LIBERAL
commission; "special edition" and other
Kwa propositions;. investigate. 63S Chamber
WANTED EVERYBODY TO TRY OUR
wines; 5 cents a glass. National Wine Co..
the Quality Store. 3th and Stark. Phone
WANTED n'D flBP. nmr.itT rvrn
getlc. capable man. Apply 625 Chamber of
Commerce, Saturday or Monday evening. 7:30
MAN ABOUT 30 YEARS OF AGE; MUST
have some business experience: etate names
and addresses of references. B 22, Orego-
Wanted Men to learn barber tradu; steady
practice: expert Instructions. Write for
terms, uuimon's College. 627 Clay at. S. F.
second-hand trunks, blankets; highest price
paia. oo jo. near i"ine. Fhone Pacific 46.
RELIABLE MAN. COMPETENT TO LIST
ojiu ouuvv larni incus, tow neeaea.
$75 permanent salary and expenses paid, rello;
uie men. ouisiae or tne city; pleasant work-
m. iienKer. room o. izi 7th. Portland. Or.
Pntirnr-nl! Trln. Amnn.. V-n v.,
cooks, waiters, bartenders. AH wines 5o
tnr 5 it. ijrati. na 4tn. Clay 1303.
AMATEURS IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO
Join first-class dramatic company; salary $20
pr weeit. ana expenses, a lil. oregonlan.
ADVERTISING HUSTLER TO SOLICIT AD
vertising. Oddfellows' publication; must have
experience, twa unamDer or commerce.
WANTED FIRST-CIJl S. AfSTV TV pnnr
land and throughout state to solicit bust-
nets, uau or write, 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED YOUNG MAN WHO KNOWS CITY
tnorougniy ana is gooa , penman, apply In
own nancwnting to J . oregonlan.
WANTED QOOD. SOIJBR JOB PRINTER
none other need apply; sfate wages; South
ern orrgonian. Jieatora, ur.
ROCKMEN WANTED AT BUNKER HILL
quarry, laxe Don J. to ateiia. wash. J. W.
cweeney. bteua, waan.
BOYS TO CARRY SUNDAY OREGONIANS
north of Alder st. Apply business office
irom i-i to l tocay.
WANTED FURNITURfc. CARPET AND
wanpaper mieeman. ine Heuaefurnlshing
ui., saiem, or.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GROCERY AND
aenvery man; dcsi or references required. M
WANTED SAILORS FOR MANILA AND
Australia. ApjJiy at sailors" Home. cor. 2d
ana uusan sis.
WANTED GOOD SPECIALTY MAN. GRO-
cery line; gooa position tor right man. J
A GOOD EXPERIENCED RUNNER. AND So
licitor wantea at rew Lange Hotel, Cth and
li asuili itni.
WANTED TO CONTRACT FOR WOOD
hauling; good money In this. Apply 240
FIRST-CLASS BROILER AND LUNCHMAN.
Acarees u. ii. campoeu, 320 James st.. Se
A GOOD ADVERTISING SOr.inTTfin i-m
prcio-i euiiioa oi eoiaoiienea paper. Call at
MAN TO CLEAN RESTAURANtT AN'D wash
aisnes ana maite nanay man. Call at 20S
'"wii -jictitie i-jss8 iramway. a
WANTED ACTIVE YOUNG MAN TO So
licit, xor pnoto view company; salary. W 22,
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER; SALARY
io rigni party. xne western Lady, 147
x rum u
WANTED NIGHT CREW. WASHER AND
wringer men. urana laundry. 17th and
rill a. .tiv.nt. .tnnd Ifl? XT 4TW -. . .
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE REQUIRES
Drignt young men, io years or over. Apply
WANTED TWO BRIGHT SOLICITORS. SAL-
ary ana commission, v 22. Oregonlan.
1ST AND 2D CHINESE COOK. 1 JAP DISH-
wasner. gooa wages, call 844 Thurman st.
MEATCUTTER FOR SATURDAY AT AL-
blna cash MarKet, -UO Russell a.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. CO UN-
try ; Dig wages, zio commercial block.
IWANTED MAN TO DRIVE S-HORSE TEAM
on I arm. inquire Jl AOington bldg.
A GOOD MAN WANTED TO DELIVER
wooxj. v-ail at hk ivaier St.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAITER. APPLY
i m St.; reeness saioon.
WANTED AT ONCE A POULTRY AND
iisnman. j. i. urrsomiui.
VEST-MAKERS WANTED. A. J. BRAULT,
WANTED ALL-AROUND OYSTER MAN;
atC4uj wutTA- iw is. ei.
MEN TO WORK ON FARM. INQUIRE 323
B.RJJER WANTED. 245 TAYLOR ST.; $4
BOY WITH WHEEL. 347 WASHINGTON ST.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO DO HOUSE-
worK in smaxi zamiiy; good wages. 4614
WANTED DISHWASHER AT 3S6 MORRI-
fon su; piace ciosea sanaays.
BXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
nouseworK. I'none iiaat 243.
WANTED 50 GIRLS TO MAKE SHIRTS AT
ixz-eii t aciory, 75 1st st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
rjt. Appiy ooo Aivereti su
LWANTED GOOD PLAIN COOK. TWO IN
f&mUv. 12 Johnln mt
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOK. $33; 3 COOKS$30; 6 WAITRESSES,
$20 to $30; 5 factory girls, good pay; k
middle-aged., women, out of town; young
lady companion; nurse girls; general
housework. Canadian Parlors. 228 & Mor
rison. Main 1323.
A YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WHO
can assist in keeping books; must be able
to write neat and legible and be correct in
figures. Address In own handwriting. Q 10,
WANTED-150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER.
alls and shirts; instructions given to Inex
perienced. Apply Neustadter Bros.. Standard
Factory No. 2, corner East Taylor and Grand
WANTED A GIRL WHO THOROUGHLY
understands cooking; reference required.
55coni.KjVI keift- Apply at ess" Lovejoy st.
Mrs. W. J. Van Schuyver.
DOMESTICS. COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAM
bermalds. etc; city. Coast. Fair and coun
try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors. 226W
Morrison. Main 1323.
WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
""t permanent position to right party.
Call 2S3 16th. North, between 9 and 10 A.
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED. GENERAL
housework; easy place all Winter; board.
anQ room; $15 per month. 343 Morrison st.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS. WA1T
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St
Loula Agency. 230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
AMATEURS IT COSTS YOU NOTHEs'G TO
Join first-class dramatic company; salary $20
per week and expenses. X 23, Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRB
eentatlves in Portland and throughout stats;
Cood pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
T ANTED GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHILD
and help with .second work; references re
quired. Call mornings. 143 North 22d st.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. PIANIST. LADY
or gentleman; salary $25 weekly; long en
gagement. Room 12. 351 Morrison.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT CLOAK AND
suit lady, one clerk dress dry goodsr. Clerks'
Registration Bureau. 265 Morrfaon st.
W ANTED SCHOOLGIRL TO WORK FOR
board -and room; two In family. Address D
23. Oregonlan. or phone East S13.
SCHOOL GIRL WANTS TO WORK FOR
room and board while attending Holmes' Bus
iness College. Telephone Main 513.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED LADY
bookkeeper; must have good reference. Ad
dress Box 300. Seattle. Wasb.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
In our fur department and suit department
Sllvcrfleld'u, 4th and 5rorrii?on.
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Call forenoon 23 East 13th st.
South; Ankeny or Plne-st. cars.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
143 Washington St., cor. 7tb, upstairs.
Phone Main 2632.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTED AT 323
Everett St.. to take charge of a small house
and two children; no cooking.
WANTED EXPERIENCED LADY CASHIER
with references. Apply 207 First St., between
8 and 0 A. 51. Monday.
WANTED GIRLS TO SEW ON FURS; ALSO
experienced fur-finishers. Sllverfleld & Co.,
4th and Morrison sts.
WANTED HOUSE-TO-HOUSE DEMON
strators; grocery line; salary and commla
eion. N 21. Oregonlan.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MARKER
and distributers and ironers at Empire
Laundry, 88 E. 0th.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
at the Bristol. 480 Washington, ready to
work, $9 per week.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT HOUSE
work; call forenoon 2S0 Poplar st. Take Mt.
Tabor car 1st st.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED. HOTEL BERG.
13th and Alder; no one under 25 years of
.age need apply.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRLS TO
work In book bindery- Howe, Davis & Vll
ham. 111 2d st.
WANTED A GIRL TO TAKE CARB OF
baby and help a little with the housework.
350 Jackson st.
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE REQUIRES
bright young ladies, 16 years or over. Ap
ply at once.
TWO EXPERIENCED SALESGIRLS FOR
fancy goods, hosiery and underwear. Apply
171 3d st. . "
A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. two In tamily. 313 Hancock St.. near
WANTED WOMAN TO ASSIST IN COOK
lng, wages $30 per month. At 104 North
WANTED A LADY COOK. GOOD WAGES,
permanent place. 305 6th et., cor. Harrison.
WANTED GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK;
must have good reference?. Phone -Main 2640.
WANTED A GIRL TO TAKE CARB OF
child during the day. Apply 828 Kearney at.
GIRLS AND WOMEN AT CANNERY OF
Oregon Packing Co., E. 8th and Yamhill.
EXPERIENCED ARM WAITRESS. WAGES
$7.30. at the ZInsley Restaurant. 230 First st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK;
aiso one tor aecona worK. Apply 575 Hoyt st.
WANTED AN OFFICE GIRL. NEAT PEN-
man, room over U. S. Bank. 3d and Oak.
DR. AUSPLUND. DISEASES OF WOMEN and
surgery, 3U Allsky bldg., 3d and Morrison.
AT ONCE GIRLS TO WORK ON WAISTS
and suits. The Spencer Co.. 125 10th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK; WAGES
$30; small family. Phone Main 1056.
WANTED A WOMAN TO ASSIST IN THE
care of twins, inquire at 331 Davis st.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work at 205 21st. North; call mornings.
WANTED GIRL TO COOK AND GENERAL
housework. Call mornings. 40 Ella st.
WANTED A GOOD COOK; MUST HAVE
good references, rnone Main 2610.
WANTED A GOOD COOK; MUST HAVE
good reference. Phone Main 2S41.
WANTED GIRL TO WAIT ON TABLE IN
boardlng-house at 104 North 7th st.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND CARE
of children. 368 E. 15th st.. North.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS" VESTMAKERS.
NIcoll. the Tailor. 108 Third st.
WANTED GIRL FOR SECOND WORK;
wages ?2D. JSU Montgomery st.
WANTED A CHAMBERMAID. 204 Madison
CHAMBERMAID WANTED. 53 N. 16th.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
:00 PICKERS TO PICK 624 ACRES HOPS;
all desired acommodatlons; grocery, bakery,
restaurant, butcher shop; beautiful camp
grounds; dance hall, pure mountain water,
etc.; reduced excursion rates. Apply room 441
Sherlock bldg;, 3d and Oak. Krebs Bros.
CITY WAITRESSES. EXPOSITION (SALARY
and commissions $1.25): chambermaids, hop
pickers, housework-waiters, (bus $0 room)
millyard help, $2.75; cooks, bellboy (col
ored), farmhands, dishwashers. Drake, 203
LODGE DRAMATIC COM5IITTEE WANTS
amateurs wno have had some experience; re
hearsals evenings; no Interference with busi
ness; opportunity for experience; give full
particulars. N 20. Oregonian.
WANTED 100 MORE HOPPICKERS AT
once; best yard; from 12 to 15 days pick
ing, boarding place, tents for rent. Apply to
Andrew Kan fc Co.. 287 Morrison st. Sun
day. Open 2 to 3 P. M.
COOKS WANTED MAN AND WIFE BE-
tween 30 ana -io: man's wages $70 per
month. Inquire at St. Charles Hotel, be
tween 1 and 2 today.
SALESMEN FOR EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
fine underwear ana seamless ncsleryj fine
opening for bright men and women. 311
DRAMATIC PEOPLE WANTED - CHANCE
jor-amaicurs, give run particulars in first
letter. V 17. Oregonlan.
WANTED BODY IRONERS AND LADIES'
ciotnes ironera. by u. S Laundry Co.
SITUATION WANTED watvk.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
BOOKKEEPER OR CITY SALESMAN A
J""us man oi gooa aaaress. ana. business abil
ity wants to associate himself with a good
firm. K 22. Oregonian.
"GINEER. 1ST CLASS. AND MACHINIST;