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THE MORNING- OREGONIAN, PRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905.
J. G. MACK & CO
86 AND 88 THIRD STREET
PHIL YETS CHAN, Prca.
v Seventh and "Washing
Curopean 51an - - - . - -
ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
E HAVE the necessary facilities
for sending money to all parts
of the world, and without dan
ger of loss.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON. 109 Third Street.
T GIVES LEG BJUL
"WORKING ON PUBLIC ROAD
SOUTH OP SALEM.
John Cauthorn Was Sent Up From
Umatilla County for Rob
bing a Store.
SALEM, Or.. Oct. 25. (Special. John
Cauthorn, a convict employed on the pub
lic roads south of Salem, ran away this
afternoon and has not yet been caught.
He was brought to the prison last May.
from Umatilla County, where lie was
convicted of robbing a store. He was
sentenced to serve two years. He was
put to work on the road two weeks ago
and gave no trouble until today, when
lie took advantage of an opportunity to
secrete himself in the brush and run
Officers are in search but do not expect
to find him tonight. Cauthorn Is 35 years
old, of medium height and medium com
plexion. The only striking feature is a
large cut scar above the left temple.
Sixty-five convicts have been worked on
the road for over six months and there
liave been but three escapes. One pris
oner was re-captured, leaving two at
large, including Cauthorn.
ASK OFFICERS TO MAKE IT UP
Guardsmen "Would Settle Quarrel
Between Captain and Major.
SEATTLE, Oct. 26. (Special.) Men
prominent in National Guard circles are
"busily engaged today in attempting to
"bring about an amicable settlement of
the trouble growing out of the angry col
loquy that occurred between Major Case
and Captain Inglis. of Company D, on the
rifle range at Orlllla, Sunday. A strong
attempt will be made to have the two
men settle the trouble between them
selves. A court-martial, it is believed, would be
bad for the Guard. It is felt that a court
martial would result in so much hard
feeling that one or the other would leave
the organization, much to its detriment.
Adjutant-General Drain Is In Seattle,
and has made a personal investigation of
the matter. He treats it lightly, declar
ing that It was due to a loss of temper.
He is desirous that the matter should be
cropped. Knowing tho Adjutant-General's
reelings in the matter, several of the offi
cers of the Guard are using their in
flucnce to bring the quarrel to an end.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Oct. 26. Maximum tempera
ture. 55 dep.; minimum, 38. River reading
at 11 A. M., 3.4 feet; change In past 24
hours, rise, 0.4 of a foot. Total precipita
tion. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M., none; total since
September 1. 1003. 7.52 inches; normal. 5.01
Inches; excess, 2.51 inches. Total sunshine
October 25, 2 hours and 20 minutes; pos
sible, 10 hours and 26 minutes.
The barometer Is high over the North Pa
cific States and no rain of consequence has
fallen in that section during the last 24
hours. The temperature has risen In North
ern California and It is decidedly cooler In
Southern Idaho. Elsewhere the changes In
temperature have been unimportant.
The indications are for fan- weather in
this district Friday with slowly rising tem
peratures. WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight. October 27:
Pbrtland and vicinity Fair. North to cast
Western Oregon Fair, warmer south por
tion. North to east winds.
Western Washington Fair, except possibly
local rain near coast. North to east winds.
. Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Fair and warmer.
C. W. KXOWX.ES, Mcr.
Streets, Portland, Ore-joa.
- $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day.
Southern Idaho Fair, warmor west por
tion. PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kami oops, B. C.
Salt Lake City..
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At the Portland Auction Rooms, 211 Finn
st. Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford, tuctloneer.
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. ISO 1st
st.. at JO A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At GUman'fl auction-rooms. 413 Wai-hlncton
St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gilman. auc
NYE At Kelso, Wash.. October 20, 1905, Wil
liam xl. -ye, agea bz years.
TOGNOTTI In this city. October 26. 1905.
Carlo Tognottl. aged 25 years, 6 months; 26
aays. funeral announcement later.
BUNKER In this city. October 20. 1005. at
the family residence. 117 East Spring
street. Esther A. Bunker, aged 57 years.
.Funeral notice hereafter.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 27. meets Friday
night. Every member is expected to be
present as business of great Importance will
come before you. Good speakers will be
there and refreshments will be served. Come
and bring an application of a. new member.
By order C. T. SPOONER,
Attest: Master Workman.
T. H. FEAREY. Recorder.
MULTNOMAH CAMP. W. O
W. Meets every Friday evening
at East Alder and East Sixth
strcetfl. All Woodmen cordially
invitea 10 meet wim us.
J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15, I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening, at 7:30
o ciock. second degree, visitors welcome.
HENRY BROWN. Secretary.
MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15. O,
E. S. Regular communication this
(Friday) evening In Masonic Tern
pie. at 8 o'clock. Degrees. By order
W. M. jennib h. ballowat. Secretary,
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42. A.
F. A. M. Stated meeting this Frl-
day) evening, urana ave. and Burn
ride. All M. M. Invited. By order
IV. M. UEO. I. LENT, Sec.
GEO. WRIGHT RELIEF CORPS. NO. 2.
Progressive whist party this evenlnc. Mulkev
building. Refreshments and ptixes. Admis
sion 10 cents. Mrs. H. M. Packard, presi
Half-block, close to Portland Cracker Co.
We'll guarantee a $2500 raise on this within
L. W. WHITING & CO.
408 Ablngton Bldg.
MUST BE SOLD
All of block 120. or In single lots, consist
lng of 6 lots, between E. 7th and 8th sts.
and Tillamook. Cement sidewalks, sewers.
streets improved, at a sacrifice. D 8, care
LOUIS H. BOLL
PIANO STUDIO. Special care with children.
Parlors 0 and 10. 342 Washington SU
..46 0.00 4N
. .142 0.00 12INW
. .134 0.00 C W
..154 O.OOl 4N
. 44 T 12lW
. 42 0.001. .1
. 54 0.00 8!N
.. 134 0.00 4ISW
. 155 0.00 lliNW
. S4 0.001 4lW
,.50 T I 4(NW
..(78 0.001 4NE
.138 T I 0INW
..72 0.00 14 (W
..150 0.00 4 NW
. 152 0.00 10JNW
. 150 0.00 22IE
. 156 0.001 4tS
Marquam Grand Theater
ONLY TWO MORE PERFORMANCES.
TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK
TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK
Klaw & Erlangcr's Stupendous Production
Gen. Lew Wallace's Great Drama
Although the sale has been vtrv lirre.
good seats may be had at
, 75c, $1.00. $L50, $2.00 anQ $20
Seats now selling for the entire engagement.
Marquam Grand Theater
2 NigTltS Tuesday Oct. 31
TRIUMPHANT MUSICAL SATIRE
"SULTAN OF SULIT
ORIGINAL GORGEOUS PRODUCTION
Company of 60 Prlre Beauty Chorus
ADVANCE SALE TOMORROW
NIGHT PRICES Lower floor. $1.50 and $1.
Balcony. J I . uc and 50c Gallery. 25c. 35c.
MATINEE PRICES Lower floor. $1 and 75c.
Balcony. 75c and 50c Gallery. 25c and 35c.
Remember sale opens tomorrow at 10 A. M.
EEUSCO L NATEB
Fourteenth and Washington Streets.
E. D. MICE. Centiil Up. E. U SiCKETT, Iitliist Mr.
BEGINNING TONIGHT AT S:15,
With the BELASCO THEATER STOQK CO..
In OTIS EKINNER'S DELIGHTFUL. COMEDY
From Robert Louis Stevenson's Romance.
kEvgs.. 25c to 73c; Mats. Sat.. Sun.. 25c to 30c
Next Week WHITE WHITTLESEY In
THE MANXMAN." by Hall Calne.
Baker Theater "ZTXm
Phone Main 1007.
Home of Musical Burlesque.
YAMHILL AND THIRD STREETS.
Just two more times Tonight. 8:15: to-
"'ui iu iiicnaiiev, -;jo. io perviurin-
ance tomorrow night).
The Big Musical Burlesque Success.
THE JOLLY GItAKS WIDOWS
Starting Sunday matinee, another musical
THE WASHINGTON SOCIETY GIRLS.
PRICES: Evening. 25c 35c. 50c 75c: Sat
urday matinees. 16c, 25c, 35c, 50c; Wednes-
cay matinee, iac to any feat.
Twilfth is Msnitsi
feci KtU 117
PORTLAND'S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE.
MILTON W SEAMAN. MaAr(c
Three more performancest-TcTfct, S:15;
tomorrow matinee. 2:15; tofwrrow
Bornlce Howard, in the stirring society
WHY WOMEN SIN.
All next week, starting Sunday matinee.
a dramatization or ucrtna 3L
Clay's famous novel,
PRICES Evenlnc. 15c. 25c 35c and 50e:
matinee, 10c, 15c and 25c
Thomas Meegan & Co.
Madame Wanda's Educated Coach Dogs.
The Malcoms. Skantlnelll.
refeton True. Fred Purlnton.
General admission 10c; evening. Sundays
and holidays, reserved seats on lower floor,
20c Dally matinees, entire lower floor, 10c;
box seats. 25c
The Fredericks Family.
The McDonald Trio. Lola Fawn.
Leonard & Bernard.
Billy Durant. Winifred Lcmar.
General admission. 10c; evenings. Sundays
and holiday, reserved seats on lower floor.
20c; dally matinees, entire lower floor, 10c;
box seats. 25c.
Management of Keating & Flood.
Handsomest Vaudeville Theater
on the Coast
WILL OPEN MONDAY, October 31
Watch for Grand Opening Programme.
Polite Vaudeville and Best Acts Only.
THE POPULAR LECTURER
Mr. Barry Bulkley
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
Will deliver his celebrated illustrated talk up
on 'The Yellowstone National Park." asslited
by Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauer. Mrs. Walter Reed.
Miss Etnel snea. jar. uom J. un, rronouncca
by eminent critics "The Lecture n:t" or the
year. Delivered at the St.. Louis Exposition
and during the entire period of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition by invitation of tho
United States Government. Illustrated by
over 100 beautiful views. Marquam Grand
ODera-Housc Saturday evening. October 2S.
at 8:15. By special request Mr. Bulkley will
deliver during his forthcoming tour of the
East and Middle West his lecture upon
"Portland the City of Roses." Tickets. $1.00.
For sale at Portland Cigar Stand. Portland
Drug Store, Woodard. Clarke & Co. Under
the personal direction and supervision of
WAGNER In "this city. October 24. lfiftS.
Louise H. Wagner, beloved wife of Henry
Wagner. unerai i-naay, uciooer "Zi. 1&05.
at 2 o'clock P. M.. from the residence. CI
Nortn lfctn st. services at me grave pri
BLACK In this city. October 25, 1005, at the
family residence, CO Grand avenue North,
Elsie E. Black, aged 15 years. 8 months
and h dayn. irienas ana acquaintances are
resoectfullr invited to attend the funeral
services which will be held at Finley Chapel
at 11 A. M. today. Interment Lone Fir
MORTON Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of William Morton, which will be held
nt the Taylor-etreet M. E. Church at 2:30
P. M.. Friday, October 27. Interment Lone
COOK The funeral of James Francis, the 12-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cook.
of 211 Killlngsworth ave. who died October
24. 1905, will take place from St. Mary's
Church. Alblna. at 10 A. M. this morninr.
Interment at Rlvervtew Cemetery. Friends
FIGONI In this city. October 25. 1005. Mrs.
Julia Flgonl. aged 35 years, beloved wife of
Lawrence Flgonl of St. Jorns. Funeral will
take place Sunday. October 23. at 1:30 P. M-,
from Dunning. McEntee & GUbaugh'd chapel.
tevenin ana i'ine streets tnence to St.
Michael's Church. Fourth and Mill strcetfl,
st 2 P. M. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
M'CULLOUGH At residence. 266 East 6th
St., North. Oct 26. 1005. Mrs. Anna Mc
Cullough. aged 38 years, beloved wife of
James McCullough. Funeral will take place
Saturday. October 28. at 8:30 ,A. M.. from
residence, inence to at. t rands Church.
EjM 11th and Oak streets, at 0 A. if
where requiem mara will be offered. Inter
ment, iiu calvary cemetery. Friends In
DUNNING. M'ENTEE & GILBAUGH. Sue
restore to Dunning Campion, undertakers
and embalmers: modern la every detail; 7th
and Pine. Phone Mala 450. ldy assistant.
EDWARD nOLMAN CO., Undertakers nnd
embalmers. bare moved to their sew build
ing. Third and Salaaea. Ladr MfrUtaat.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. FTNLEY ft SON. Faaeral Directors.
cor. Sd mad Madlsea. Office of County Cor-
oaer. Lady asslitaat. Telephone No. 9.
T. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East
Aider. Lady asslstaBt. TeleBbeae East S2.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. Undertakers. Ebb
b lasers, 273 KaseUj att 1M. Lady ui'C
Haeav" "Roosts ad Board.' "Hsajfr-
keep lag Booms," "SltsaUeas Wasted. IS
words or less. IS eests; 18 to 20 words, 20
cents: 21 ta 25 words, 23 ceatt, etc No dis
count for addlUosal iBsertios.
UNDER ATT. OTHER HEADS, except
New Today, 30 cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. 50
cents, etc Hrt Laseruoa. ucb aaaiuoaai
iaertloa. one-half; so farther discount aa
der oae xnoatb.
"NEW TODAY (gsare Baeassro a rate), 13
cents per Use. Bret iasertJsHx 10 ceato pe
use for each additional laserUes.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad-
dressed care The Oregoaian. aad left at this
office, sbonia always ex isciesea ta scaica
envelopes. No stamp Is required ea sack
The Oregonlaa will set ho rcspoasihlo for
errors, la adTertlscaaeats takes threagh tha
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones
looie and mounted; watches. Jewelry re
paired. Uncle Myers, Jeweler. 143 3d-AIder.
FOR SALE TWO 4-ROOM HOUSES, LOT
SSxluo; alo 5 acres, ail iroprovco. corner
705 East Stark. Phone East 1550.
FOR SALE CHOICE QUARTER BLOCK OR
single lot. 25th and Nortnrup. easy terms.
C. W. Pallett. 304 Fenton bldg.
By J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer
On the Premises 386 Everett
corner Park St, at 10 A. M.
On account of hurried departure we are
Instructed to hold a SPECIAL SALE of the
furnishings of 12 rooms, comprising oak and
maple bedroom sets, dressers, commodes,
toilet sets, springs and mattresses, rockers
and chairs. Brussels and wool carpets
throucour. the house, mattings, rugs, lace
curtains, portieres, couches, dining-room
effects, dishes, glassware, kitchen requisites,
stoves, bedding and miscellaneous furnish
ings of value. Sale promptly at 10 A M.
J. T. wiiso:".. Auctioneer.
Fresh ranch eggs............
Best sugar-cured hams
Breakfast bacon v
Full cream cheese?-2 pounds........
Swiss cheese. .......................
Wisconsin llmburcer. each
Java &. Mocha coffee
All goods retailed at wholesale
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
264 Yamhill Street.
The new town up the Columbia', on the
new X. P. R. R., ncCds a general mer
chandise store, hardware store and meat
market. Town building fast. Concessions
to trie right man. A great chance. For
particulars, call or write
HOVER LAND CO.,
Hover. Benton County. Wash., or our
branch ofllce. 1222 6th, cor. 6th and
Washington sts.. Portland.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm,
insurance In All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
202-3 McKay bid.. Third aad Stark sU.
Near 23d. on car line, cement walk, sewer
and gas all In.
40X100. 5 1 200.
Vl cash, balance 1 to 5 years at 6 per cent.
A. D. MARSHALL. Agent.
Room 7. S2 3d st.
For Sale or Exchange
A 16-room hotel and restaurant In the
best Eastern Oregon town; at a big bar
MALL & VON BORSTEL
, C33 E. BURNSIDE ST.
BARGAINS FOR FLATS
50x60. 7th and Montgomery. 54200.
33 1-3x50, 7th and Montgomery. $1050.
W.L.Morgan, 513 McKay Bldg,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
LOTS CAN BE PURCHASED ANY TIME,
but not for 150 along Hawthorne avenue,
with cement walks, close In. In neighbor
hood of beautiful homes; a few left. Amer
ican Investment Co., 222 Falling bldg.
HOUSE 10 ROOMS: NEW AND ABSO
lutely up to date; elegantly finished
throughout: situated on two lots. In best
portion 'of Wct Side. Any one desiring an
AI home will do well to investigate. Phone
owner. Main 5S5. or call 108 Sherlock bldg.
WOODSTOCK- LOT 200x200. NEAR STA
tlon. on high ground, partly fenced, fruit. 2
large cisterns, large cepool. cement foun
dation, cellar excavated, graoea street ana
sidewalk, assessed for 511UO: will ell for
$000. Apply to C L. I'arxer. Vtoocstocx.
Beautlfullv situated this lde of University
on car line. Lots $200 each; $10 cash and
$5 per month. American Investment Co..
222 Falling bldg.. or ZygouskL branch of
fice. Willamette Station.
STATE LANDS FOR SALE.
The State of Oregon has for sale a limited
amount of base for lieu selection, race un
til further notice $ per acre. J-cr partlcu
lsrs address Oswald West, State Land Agent,
$2300-LOVELY CORNER LOT AND LARGE
Ave-room cottage In tine residence district,
near in. on East Side; $903 cab, balance
easy terms'. Call 234 East ICth. cor. Main.
FOR SALE CHOICEST HALF BLOCK IN
Portland. clc to business center, one of
the few bargain left. Inquire Max G. Cohen.
400 Columbia oiog.. 3txi viasningion st.
130.000-00x00. CORNER ON BURNSIDE:
ak iw about this, speculators. There's $4000
profit In right on inls before Christmas. L.
W. Whiting & Co.. .Dington orag.
FOR SALE FINE NEW. ENTIRELY MOD-
em 7-room house In Irvlngton Add., a bar
gain If taken at once. Campbell & ilc-
Xfllt.n OT1 ., , Tnrftanri. '
SPECIAL 7-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. ON
a full lot and In a convenient location; price
$2500: $1000 cwh. balance long time. West
era Land Co.. 246H Stark st. ,
FOR SALE TWO LOTS WITH A THREE
Mory building, on 25th st.. at head of Up-
iaur St.; a Dargain it taxen at once, uruoer.
617 Commercial diock.
EAST SIDE COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS. NICE
lot with fruit trees, pne fVMo; $400 cash,
balance $15 a month. Western Land Co.,
248 Stark st.
$800 COZY LITTLE HOME. CLOSE IN.
near car line; plenty fruit: only $100 cash.
balance $10 monthly, na ADington bldg.
SACRIFICE SALE 3 CHOICE LOTS. NEAR
32d and East Main, in t. nerrynaie. sunnyslde.
C. W. Pallet, -enion wag.
FOR SALE ON XASY TERMS. GOOD 5
rooxn cottage In North Irvlngton. The Ames
Mercantile Agency. Auiutuia oiag.
SELLWOOD LOTS. $5.00 DOWN AND $3.00
a month; from $75.00 to $200.00. Sell wood
TOW&sIte CO. l-none iui tivt.
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOT 50x150. FACING
eouth on Tillamook, bet, Rodney and Union
ave. Inquire 31 THiamooic.
FOR SALE 5-ROOM COTTAGE; SMALL
payment oown, ?iu per cionm. inquire room
003 Fenton Diaz., at oia k.
11-ROOM HOUSE AND LARGE LOT. AT
Montavllla: will sell cheap If taken this
-,k Ttinnln. AMfr
$25,000 FINE THREE-STORY BRICK AND
stone building juuxiuu leer, corner. t.
Abraham. 43 1st st.
Houses built on easy payments; lota furnished
if desired. 612 Commercial bldg. Main 1040.
$3500 BEAUTIFUL HOME, DESIRABLE
residence portion, easy terms. v$i Corbet t.
FOR SALE CHEAP 40 ACRES PARTLY IM-
p roved. Call at room 14, s&i Tamnm street.
HALF LOT IMPROVED ON NORTH 7TH
at,, cheap. F. Abrahams 4.3 1st it.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR PORT
land or Oregon property, property in Se
attle. For sale 19-acre place close to R. R.:
For sale Fine farm near Hubbard. Or.. 06
For sale Beautiful 5-acre homo clone to
Hubbard. Or., a beauty.
For sale Residence property In Salem. Or.
For any of the above address.
C M. CRITTENDEN. Hubbard. Or.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
s u. epcciauy. wumn City limits or ouut ir.
Some acres with term as low as $10- per
month with water. A. C Churchill & Co.,
"Inc" 110 2d oC
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
We have for sale cheap, acres and half
acres In city limits that we can sell you on
the Instalment plan, small amount down and
your own time to pay the balance; nice and
sightly and will positively double in price
in 6 months. Main 156. room Ablng
I WILL SELL A 2-STORY BRICK. FINELY
located, on 50-foot lot. First street, paying
nearly 0 per cent on good leases for $21,000:
In 6 months this will be worth $30,000. 211
Commercial block. 2d and Washington.
HOUSES FOR RENT AND LOTS FOR SALE.
Phone Union 173.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE FINE 354-ACRE VALLEY
farm, about 200 acres bottom land, about 160
In cultivation, balance nearly level, partly
cleared and In grass; good buildings, fenced
and orchard; some beaverdam; about 1500
cords fir and ash timber; electric light and
telephone: close to rail, churches and schootn;
20 mtlfi to Portland: $45 per acre, or will
sell part; term. B 75. Oregonian.
01 ACRES WITHIN 0 MILES OF THE CITY,
and one mile of railroad. 45 acrea in cultiva
tion and all Al soli; 2 houses, running
water, farm Implements', stock. and crops,
$C500. F. Abraham. 43 First street.
SEVENTY ACRES. PRICE $21008 ACRES
ci carta. noce ana ouiouuaings, a roues
north of Exposition on good county road;
terms. Write E 53. Oregonian.
IMPROVED FARMS. ALL SIZES SEE US
before buying. Alexander Land Co.. 1S3
SO ACRES WILLAMETTE VALLEY LAND
i-KrO- Call 1S3 Morrison, near bridge.
HOTEL. COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND
m operatloe. feed stable and three lots In
thriving country town. valued at $4000;
would exchange for city property or farm
lands; owner going East. Inquire B. S.
Cook &. Co.. 251 Alder st.
WANTED-TO TRADE HARDWARE STORE.
worts sio.uuo. wcatrrt in bnerman County,
for city property. Improved or unimproved.
270 Burn Bide.
WILL EXCHANGE GUARANTEED 6 PER
cent net gold bonds for Improved city prop
erty: Investigate this now. Porter. Box 441.
CALIFORNIA ORANGE GROVES Ex
changed for Eastern property. F. M. Simp
Ma Co.. Los Angeles. Cal.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
Persorai having property for rale or rent
will please call on or address Campbell
McMillan. 275 5th st,. Portland. Phono Pa
WANT TO BUT A U-BLOCK BETWEEN
Klanders and Kearney and 14th and 22nd.
State price and location. M 15. Oregonian.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 100 ACRES. 33 CLEARED.
good buildings, team. cows, rent cheap:
will take part In work, best of eoll. 15 miles
from Vancouver. 253 Washington st,,
FOR SALE TIMBER LAND 3.
WE KNOW OF ABOUT 100 FINE TIMBER
claims or homesteads that nave been over
looked, close to tidewater. Full particulars.
H. Henker. 127-7th sr.
FOR SALE LAND fcCKIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN-
(era. minrfdi tiucu. puuitt; iuuu j)di;
tlce. Collins Land Co.. Stearns bldg.
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE-
hlcles by the day. week, or month: harness.
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rlga
for sale or exchange. Tomllnson & Casslday.
211 Washington su
WANTED: HORSES TO PASTURE LARGE
COmmtiulOUti nam lor pruieouon Kiasi.
Inclement weather. Beat pasturage In the
county; rate reasonable. Call Main 45C0.
HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR RENT BY
day. weeK ana rooaia; special mn to Dull
ness house. 6th and Hawthorne. Tel. East, 72.
FOR SALE ONE 13-YEAR-OLD, 1600-LB.
hone, for $50. As I am going away raiut
sen louay. aiuiui jiuiino . to .
FOR SALE DRAFT HORSE. 1700: ALSO
wagon and delivery wagon. Phone Union
HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE. RENT
or exchange. Hubert Hall. s&6 Fourth.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastic roofing. In roll, easy
to lay: needs no painting or coating; good
over old Iron, tin or shingles: for new roofs
here lo nothing better; guaranteed: Mastic
roof paint and cement will stop small leaks.
National Mastic Roofing Co., room 2. Ham
II ton bldg.
EDISON PHONOGRAPH & RECORDS. AT
factory prices, delivered free anywhere on
receipt of full amount of retail price; larcrt
tock of Edison records west of the Rockies.
Send for circulars- Peter Bacagalupl. whole
sale and retail, 786 Mission st-. San Fran
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard aid pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, witn privilege or ouying; mou
cm bar fixture; cheap prices. Brunswick
Balke-Collender, 40 3d st,
14 BENCHES. IRON FRAMES. POLISHED
oak seats and backs, about s feet long,
suitable for schools, halls, lawns, etc.;
good as new; halt price. A. M. Wheeler,
153 13th st.
n MATTRESSES $1: BLANKETS. QUILTS.
spreads, sheets, pillows, chairs, etc., all
new goodA. cheap. Sale every afternoon this
week. Forestry inn. 2utn ana cpsnur st.
KJlJ , .wfc. J
good llgrjte coal by car lots to consumers:
W. G. Gibson. Box 661. Centralla. Wah.
SAFES 2 NEW FIREPROOF SAFES (NOT
of our manuracturej very cneap; a secona
hand safes. Portland Safe Co.. 70 Cth st.
HUNTERS A FINE POINTER PUP. S
months old. for sale cheap. M. II. Schmeer,
594 Madison: phone 4WS.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN COMPLETE
. Inn..' fw1 mnr mi.Wfnu I .4 4 . -
FOR SALE 12-H. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine; ai touuiuuii uu . uiirsmn.
umniDcr oi vaiwuichc
A $300 SET OF J. C. DEAGAN ALUMINUM
chimes for mle. $100. Seth J. Story. 351
FOR RENT DONKEY .ENGINE. 324 CHAM
ber of Commerce, or phone Main 2363.
HELP WANTED SCALE.-'
AN ALL-ROUND MILLMAN WOULD LIKE
a job. D. c joanson. aterioo si..
WANTED MAN TO SOLICIT ADVERTIS-
lng ana assist, in managing iraac journal.
j 1J. uresoaiau.
WANTED MATTRESS-MAKERS. $2.50 PER
day. Washington iiattrew r urnuure co.
FIRST-CLASS BROILER AND LUNCH MAN.
Address G. M. Campbell, 320 James st,. Se
PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED MUST BE A
good aristo printer and retoucher. S01 De-
$S3 PERMANENT SALARY to reliable men in
outside towns. H. Henker. room 5. 127 7th.
WANTED TWO GOOD MACHINISTS. AP-
ply to Douglas Bros.. Aberdeen. Wash.
WANTED A GOOD PATTERNMAKER. AP
ply to Douglas Bros. Aberdeen, u ash.
WANTED COATMAKER. INQUIRE D. B.
MCBriae & Co.. beanie. asn.
OFFICE BOY WANTED. ABOUT 15 YEARS
of age. Y 12. Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men. between the agea of 21 and
85. citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write, English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak
stsi.. Portland. Or.
WANTED AT ONCE FOUl. FIRST-CLASS
coatmakers, three to work by piece work ana
one to work by week at $24 per week;
first-class union bill wages paid for piece
work. Others than flrst-claa workmen need
not apply. Louis D'Ella & Co.. tailors. Se
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured In from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-Radium Medical Institute. 3d and Alder
sts.. entrance 253 Alder st,. Portland.
MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO EARN $5
cay, after two months Instruction, position
guaranteed; special tuition half price, tew
days only. Coyne Bros. Co., Plumbing
Schools. New York. Cincinnati. O., SU Louis.
Mo. (Free catalogue.)
WANTED TRAVELING MEN FOR THE
country In the Northwest, piano and organ
men preferred. This la an exceptional open
ing for good men. The proposition Is new.
Territory virgin. Salary or comralsUon.
Contract, V 10. Oregonian.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS FOR POSITIONS
in uregon; iu men wanted to prepare tor
coming examination: beginning salary JSoO.
See at once E. O. Heynen. 12 Breeden bldg.,
253 Washington sL
WANTED A HIGHLY-RATED EASTERN
corporation wants three trevellnc men for
the West. To the real men this offers a
splendid Inducement. State experience, wire.
A 15, Oregonian.
WANTED DERRICK FOREMAN. $3.50; 2
niperei, z carpenters handy with adx,
$3.00; all in city; 1 lumber grader. $2.26.
town. Pioneer Employment, 215 Morrison st.
MEN and women to learp- watchmkg. en
graving, jewelers- wk; only prac school for
Jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School. P. I. bldg.. Seattle.
NONUNION PRINTERS WANTED TO BE-
ware of misleading advertisements for help.
For Information address DeTarmond. secra
tary Multnomah Union. Portland. ,
SEVERAL EXPERT PENMEN. COMPE-
tent to do lettering and tine scrip work.
Apply at once with specimens of aklll. Good
wastes. Room 3. CO Oth st.
TWO MACHINE DRILL MEN. $3: HOOK-
tenaer. ouckers. chasers, nremun, K. K. la
borers and rockmen, others. Hansen'trofflce,
2G N. 2d st.
Wanted Men to learn barber trade: steady
practice: expert Instructions. Write for
terms. Oilman's College. 627 Clay st.. S. F.
California wine depot: headquarters bakerf.
cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines oc per
gla. P. Loratl. 14S 4th. Clay 1503.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
men s cast off clothing, old shoes, trunks.
Uncle Joe. 50 3d. nr. Pine. Phone Pacific 40.
WANTED SOLICITORS. $3 TO $5 PER DAY,
saiary or commission, call or write w. K.
Taylor & Co.. room 8, Labbe bldg.. P6rtland.
DRESS GOODS AND SILK SALESMEN.
thoroughly experienced. Apply at superln
tcndent'rt office. Olds. Wortman & King.
WANTED FIBST-CLAS3 MEN IN PORT-
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
SALESMAN. WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE OF
music; country work: salary or commission.-
Address M 13. Oregonian.
50 BOLT-CUTTERS WANTED. APPLY AT
Western Cooperage Co.. room 306, Stearns
bldg.. 6th and Morrison sts.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN IN
Portland and throughout state; big wageti to
rustlers. 20tf McKay bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY: MA-
ternlty cases given special atentlon. prlvata
hospital accommodation; professional lady
nurses In nttendar.ee. . Consultation free.
X-Radlum Medical Institute and Sanitarium.
3d and Alder, entrance 253 Alder st,. Fort
land. COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAMBERMAIDS
and domestics of all kinds, city and coun
try. See out new addre&s. Canadian Par
lorn. 221 Morrison. Main 1323.
NOTICE WE HAVE MOVED OUR WOM
an's department and branch office from 220
Morrison across the street to 221 Morrison
St.. room 10. Main 1323.
THREE GIRLS FOR HOUSEWORK. GOOD
waget oman nurse for Institutional home
to care for children, wages $23. 270 Burnslde.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE-
pentattves In Portland and throughout state:
good pay. Call or write C0i McKay bldg.
WANTED GOOD GIRL TO DO COOKING
and general housework. 204 N. 22d st,. cor.
Kearney. Phone Main O.5. Call mornings
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT-
ere. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework and cooking. Apply morn
Ings. S34 Kearney st.. cor 25th.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343 Washington St.. cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phone Main 2602.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply mornings, between 0
and 11 o clock. 670 Lovejoy.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL HOUSE
work: must understand plain cooking. Apply
mornings. 145 N. u.
rar xrt.-TTT t. tTTJiVir RTflRP T? PVT7TH
the Hervlces of a young lady experienced In
SETTLED LADY TO TEACH LITTLE BOY
ana care tor mm at nis no inc. rnoas
FIRST-CLASS SKIRT-MAKER. APPLY
Mrs. R. O. Gllllland. 34 N. 16th st. Phone
GOOD PROPOSITION FOR WOMAN TO RUN
boarding in hotel. 3ttt N. 26th St., cor.
WANTED MILLINERY APPRENTICES. AP-
ply to Lowensart &. Co., 02 Front Ht,
DR. A. AUSPLUND. DISEASES OF
women and urgery. 3d floor. Aluky bldg.
DRESSMAKER WANTS EXPERIENCED
skirt hand. Apply Tillamook st.
GERMAN OR SWEDISH WOMAN FOR
general housework. 461 Rodney ave.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
In small family. ISO North lath fit.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. 104 N. ltn 6t.
YOUNG GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN
(mall family, -itm, etn st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN TO
take our bookkeeping and shorthand courses
that we may be able to fill the applications
for office help: we placed over 500 students
In positions last year. Holmes Business Col
lege. -J-Jl. x. c. a. mug.
WANTED SINGERS. NOVELTY ACTS.
dramatic people, musicians, etc. Offices 32
and 33, 350 Morrison st.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN STENOG
rapher, one with knewledge of music pre
ferred. B 15. uregonian.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
POSITION WANTED AS BILL INVOICE OR
shipping clerk. 2S yearn old. total abstainer.
quick and accurate at ngures; thorough ex
penence; rapia writer; reierences. x ii
BOOKKEEPER. STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter. 12 years In charge of office
work, can put qiowj nu ecrvicett in oust
ness. R 13. Oregonian.
POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG" MAN AS
bookkeeper or clerk; can give good refer
ence as to character and ability. K 12. Ore
WANTED POSITION IN STORE. CITY OR
country: young "nan witn experience. E 12.
POSITION BY COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
and accountant, a 14. Oregonian.
YOUNG ASSISTANT IN DRUGSTORE. AD-
dress K. 13, care oregonian.
TYPEWRITING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY
done. A 12. Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN SPEAKING GERMAN.
French and English desires Inside work. Y
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. HONEST AND
ambitious, wants permanent work. J S. Ore
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION TO DO DAY
work, any price. Phone Pacific 600.
SITUATION WANTED MALS.
CHRISTIAN JAPANESE. HIGHLY EDU-
cated. who understands cooking, wishes po
sition In family; recommendation. N 11.
WANTED SITUATION BY EXPERIENCED
man witn plenty or help, to run lodging
house on percentage or salary. Y 13, Ore
gonian. JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic nervants. farmers also; all
kinds of holp. Main 4653. 26S Everett st.
JAPANESE-CHINESE EMPLOYMENT OF-
flce furnishes all kinds reliable help. Henry
Tahara. 287 N. Everett st. Phone Pacific 54U.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WISHES POSITION
to do halt day a work in family; speaks Eng
lish. Apply Y 15. Oregonian.
JAPANESE BOY. WILLING AND HONEST.
llsh. Apply R 13. Oregonian.
TOGO. THE JAPANESE HOUSE-CLEANIN1
Co.. contractors or all kinoo or help. Phcno
Pacific 622. 82 N. 3d st.
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING BUSINESS COL-
lege wantn place to work for board anl
room. Q 81. care Oregonian.
STRONG. VIGILANT YOUNG MAN WISHES
position? ad night watchman; understands
boilers. R 11. Oregonian.
AN EXPERT PAPERH ANGER AND PAINT-
er. Call up phone Black 1054; hangs far
25 cents double roll.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS WORK
or any kind, a 10. Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. YOUNG LADY
oi ousinese anility, excellent education, ar.l
desirous of taking an Interest In her e
pIoyer"s work, wishes employ-menu P 15.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND CASH-
ler. young woman, wants position: best ref
erences. Phow Dr. Brougher. the "h'n
Temple. Main 1732.
I AM A COMPETENT YOUNG LADY STEN-
ographer, with first-claw references. I want
a position. Address Box K 13. Oregonian
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter. wthej position: small wages
to begin. Address P 13. Oregonian.
LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES TYPE.
writing evenings, envelope addressing, et. ;
has machine. O 15. Oregonian.
RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
desireH situation, housekeeper, widower's
family, or couple. 230 Yamhill. Phono
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WANTS POSITION
as housekeeper for a respectable widower.
Phone East 4258.
WANTED AT ONCE MATERNITY CASE.
as nurne. xperienccd. references; wage
reasonable. Tel. Main 4036.
TRAINED NURSE WISHES EMPLOYMENT
as aselstant In doctors office or dental de
partment. O 14. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED SWEDISH GIRL.
cnamo-rwork or help in kitchen; plain face.
230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
SCHOOL GIRL WANTS PLACE TO WORK
for room and board In Holladay district. E
SITUATION WANTED BY GIRL TO DO
second work or as cashier. -Address D 13.
day. Phone East 4042.
YOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
In office or ealenlady ; object experien.c
more than salary. Addreef V 13. Ortgon!ar
SITUATIONS WANTED BY CAPABLE
girl, waitress or chambermaid, private bcarl
lnghousc. 230 Yamhill. Phone Main 5411.
YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN WISHES TO
work for nice home and small compensat.n;
also leseoriH in English. E 15. OregonU:?
SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED
family cook; wagex $35: alno kitchen helper.
230 Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
WANTED DOLLS TO DRESS: SATISFAC-
tton assured; will call. Address I. KeUh
um. general delivery, Portland.
A LADY GOING TO LOS ANGELES WOULD
aftilst Invalid or lady with children f.-r he
fare. Phone Main 4056.
HOME-LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS.
Phone Scott 3S4C. Mrs. S. M. Scott, morn
ings and evenings.
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE SITUATIN AS
cook, boarding-house preferred. Phone Main
EXPERIENCED COOK WISHES POSITION,
hotel or boarding-house. D 14. ' Oregonian
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED AND FAN-
cy ironing, rnone jaain omu-
WANTED TO RENT.
OWNERS AND AGENTS WILL FIND IT TO
their advantage to list their vacant houses
or flats with our free rental department. Our
vacant house directory has become a reccg
nlzed Institution In Portland, hundreds ci
tenants being weekly placed In suitable quar
ters. We make no charge whatever. an-I
landlords should take advantage of this
service by calling at our rental department,
filling In our Information blank; leave the
rest to us; we will secure a desirable ten
ant: we want housm In all parts of city ani
suburbs: it you have a vacant house, flat
or aprtment. phone the particulars. Wo
won't allow It to remain long idle.
H E. EDWARDS. HOL'SEFURNISHER.
Rental Department. 185 to 101 1st st.
WANTED PERMANENT ROOM BY TWO
young men working in city; must be on
Wet Side near center of city: will not pay
over $10 a month. M 14. Oregonian.
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. WITH
yard for very least rent that permanent
tenant can get In Portland: give location,
answer quick. D 12. Oregonian.
WANTED 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN A
nice locality for housekeeping, by cou-.a
with baby. Johnson-LIeber Co., merchan
dise brokers. No. 1 First st.
OWNERS IF YOU HAVE DESIRABLE
housed for rent, see M. E. Lee. 317 Fentrn
bWg.. 84 6th st.. or phono Front 172; de
sirable tenants awaiting homes.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, two in family, near center rC
city: no folding beds need apply. R 14, Ore
gonian. WANTED TO RENT UNFURNISHED FLAT
or cottage: state 'location and rent, A 03.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Address G 00. Oregonian.
WANTED MIS CELLANEOUS.
WANTED - MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes: highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair Deal." 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 51.
I DESIRE TO PURCHASE A SECOND
hand parlor billiard table, complete and
now In use. Room 12. Hamilton.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS STUDY ENGLISH
language night time from 8:30 to 0:30. D 13.
WANTED TO BORROW $500 ON REAL ES
tate. at 6 per cent. Phone Main 30SS.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
471 ALDER CLOSE TO BUSINESS: GOOD
room suitable for one or two; bath. heat,
Hotel Tennessee, fronting City Hall and Plaza
park, 4th & Madison; new. prices reasonable.
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. GS
furnace, phone. 531 Flanders st.. near 16th
The Gilman Cheapest and best located rooms
In Portland; $1 per week ujv 1st and Alder
755 IRVING ST.. COR 23D. ROOMS WITH
heat, light, bath, $S. Phone Main 1677.
CLIFTON. COR. 1ST AND COLUMBIA
Single and housekeeping rooms; reasonable
387 TAYLOR NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS;
no objection to light housekeeping.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS. $0
per month, at 325 12th st.
FINEST FURNISHED ROOMS IN CITY.
470 Taylor st.
FURNISHED ROOMS. 221 10TK ST.. COR.