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TEPE MORNIXGr OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1906.
A large shipment of new Body Brus
sels Rugs bought for the Spring trade
has arrived early and will be placed
on sale today at
These Rugs are fresh from the loom
and embody the very latest ideas in
design and colorings. They are per
fectly adapted for living-room, dining
room or library
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
j. G. MACK & CO
86-88 THIRD STREET
PHIL METSCHAW, Tres.
Seventh and Was blague a
ALL MILLS MAY BE CLOSED
CHINESE BOYCOTT SEVERELY
FELT OX PUGET SOUXD.
Fw Orders Arc Received From the
Orient and One Big Plant
Is Already Idle.
TACOMA, "Wash., Jan. 9. (Spe
cial.) Instead of waning, as has boon
frequently reported, the Chinese boy
cott is becoming stronger, and if orders
are not soon received from the Orient
the large exporters of flour on Puget
Sound will have to close their plants
and the loss will be enormous. This Is
the opinion of some of the managers
re Vi ijrr5t flnur mills companies
in this city. I
The Tacoma Grain Company's plant,
having a capacity of 2000 barrels a
day. Is idle, while the mill of the Puget
Sound Flouring Mills Company, with
capacity of 1S00 barrels, is grinding to
supply the local trade, after having
been shut downfall of last week.
The Tacoma "Warehouse & Sperry
mills is running today. ,but not
grinding to All any Chinese orders.
Where the flour companies were for
merly receiving orders from China f,or
100,000 barrels of flour they are now
getting orders for 10,000 sacks, and
these arc coming Infrequently.
"The boycott lias paralyzed the flour
business in China," said John D. Arm
strong of the Tacoma "Warehouse &
Sperry Mills. "According to our ad
vicos, the boycott is getting worse in
stead of better."
These three mills depend on the ex
port trade. Less than S per cent of
their output is consumed at home. The
Siberian market is pretty well sup
plied with flour, a number of cargoes
being on the way there now. and as
Japan is not buying as heavily as at
the close of the war, China is the only
large consumer left. The boycott has
practically killed the flour trade there.
John T. Bibb, manager ot the Tsf
coma Grain Company, said that his
company had not an order on the
books, and when the mill will start
again he does not know. The last
cable that the Tacoma Grain Company
received from China, Mr. Bibb said,
stated that the boycott is getting
"worse and worse." On receiving this
word Mr. Bibb sent a cable, asking If
a reduction in the price of flour would
result in getting some orders. The
reply was negative.
Halph B. Smith, of the Puget Sound
Flouring anils, says the boycott is
more serious than globe-trotters and
others returning from the Orient say
Telephone Line to Prlncvlllc.
ALBANY. Or.. Jan. 9. (Special.)
Telephonic communication between Al
bany and Prineville. Crook County will
be established in the early months of
the coming Spring. For some time
thoro has been a telephone line be
tween Albany and Cascadia, a moun
tain resort about 50 miles from Albany
on the line of the Willamette Valley
and Cascade Mountain wagon road, and
it has been a great convenience. Now
when this line is extended to Prine
VIllc the valley will be directly con
nected with Eastern Oregon by tele
phone. First National Bank in County.
FOREST GROVE. Or.. Jan. 9. (Spec
ial.) The Farmers and Merchants Bank
of this city, of which R. M. Dooly has
been president and manager since its or
ganization two years ago, has passed out
of existence and Is succeeded by the First
National Bank of Forest Grove. The game
officers and directors continue the man
agement. This is the first and only Na
tlonal bank in Washington County and
begins with a fully paid-up capital stock
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RETORT.
"PORTLAND, Jan. 9. Maximum tempera'
ture, 44 deg.; minimum, 40. .River reading
USA. M., 3.8 feet: change in past 24 hour,
rise, 0.C of a foot. Total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.17 of an inch; total since
September 1. 1005, 17.63 inches; normal.
21.53 Inches; deficiency. 3.88 inches. Total
sunshine January S, 1000. none; possible. 8
hours and 52 minutes.
The weather continues unsettled In the
North Pacific States, although there is no
pronounced barometric disturbance in evi
dence. Light to moderately heavy rains
have fallen during the last 12 hours In
Northern California, Western Washington'
and. Western Oregon, and snow lias occurred
In Eastern Oregon and Southwestern Idaho.
C W. KNOWLKS, Mgr.
Streets, Fertlaad, Orejftm.
1.00, 1.50, 2.00 per Day.
No marked change has takon place In tem
perature since yesterday.
The Indications are for light rain or snow
in this district Wednesday, rain west of the
Cascade Mountains and enow to the east of
this range of mountains.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Sacramento. . . .
Salt Lake City.
San Francisco. .
Walla Walla. . .
12iJo'.08 4.W 1
152 0.281 4IW
140 T IIO'SW
4410.00! 4 IN
ISO.OO 4 W
O.02 4 IE
0.08' 4 fee
-, i. ii, h K
4010.00 14 IN W
UK'O.OOl 4 KV
Forecast made at Portland for the 2S
hours ending at midnight, January 10:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain
Winds mostly southerly.
vtcstern Oregon and Western Washington
Occasional rain. Southerly winds.
eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
iuano uccasionai enow.
EDWARD A. REALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllmans'. 413 Washington street. 10 A.
m. b. ii. .n. unman, auctioneer.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
street; sale 2 P. M. C. I Ford, Auctioneer.
By J. T. Wilson at salesroom. 180 First
strwit at iu a. oil. J. t. Wilson. Auctioneer.
O. E. S. Stated communication 'this
ivtcunraayj evening. Masonic Tenr
Tile. H rtVlrtolr Inuultillnti K. iv n
M. rtvan. aii rv vi s mimL
KATE M. STEADMAN. Secretary
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO. 18.
R. A. M. Regular convocation this
(Wednesday) evening. January 10,
1906. at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic Hall.
Hurknardt hidg. visiting companions wel
come. By order E. II. P.
E. E. SHARON. Sec.
ORIENT LODGES NO. 17. 1. O. O. F. Reg
ular meeting this (Wednesday) evening in
orient Hall. East Portland. First degree.
W. A. WHEELER, Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE- NO. 2. I. O. O. T.
Regular meeting. tHis (WMnrsday) 'evening at
8 o'clock. Initiation. Visitor welcome.
M. OSVOLD. Secretary.
WALKER At the residence, 4S4 East Ever
ett street, January It, 1H0. David M.
Walker, son of Mr. and Mra. David E.
Walker, aged 17 years. 8 months and 17
days. Notice of funeral will be given later.
NORTON In this city at Sixth and Stark.
January 8, 1000. Mrs. Anna Norton, aged
75 years. "Remain at Zeller-Byrnes Co.'s
parlors. Funeral notice later.
HENDRICKSON Friends and acquaintances
arc respectfully Invited to attend the fu
neral services of Phoebe Hendrickon.
-which will be held at tho Third Baptist
Church, corner Vancouver avenue and
Knott street, at 2 P. M. today. Inter
ment, Lane Fir Cemetery,
RQCKWELL At the family residence near
Arleta Park. January S. 1H0R. Albert Rock
well, aged 03 years. 7 months and 1 day.
The funeral services will be held at the
above residence at 2 P. M. today. Inter
ment, Mulfnomah Ccmcfry
3. P. FTNLEY A SON Funeral directors
aad embaltBers, No. 261 3d st, eer. Madlsea.
Day or sight calls promptly attested. Ex
perienced lady assistaat when desired. ON
Roe ef Coaaty Ceroaer. Pheae Mala t.
DUNNING. MENTEE GILBAUGH. Sac
cesters to DhbbIrjc & Caasptoa. wdcrtakers
aad emhalraerst mod era la ererr detail: 7 th
aad Piac Phase Mala 4M. Lady anrffctaat.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO- Undertakers aad
embalm era. have .sored to their sew fealld
lac. XkIxd aad Balaaea. Xady assUtaat
XelcphoBe No. &G7.
F. B. DUNNING. Uadertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady asdstaat. Telrpheaa East Sz.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO- Undertakers, Era.
babaaers. 273 RssselL East It. Lady ass'L
Twelfth St, Near Washington
WHITING & ROUNTREE
419 Ablagtea BeikMac.
COOCA Fractional lot with two front
Vlntl n Twenty-third, near
xtimuj WaShington. "WHITING & ROUN
.TREE. 419 Ablagton bldg.
Marquam Qrand Theater
PHONE MAIN SftS.
TWO PERFORMANCES TODAY
Mattae at 2:15 Evrateg at 8:15 Sharp
Henry W. Savage Offers George Ade'a Comedy
"THE COLLEGE WIDOW"
A Tremendous Success Don't Mli It.
PRICES, BOTH MATINEE AND NIGHT
We, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50.
Marquam Qrand Theater
Thursday Night. Jan. 11 "Macbeth."
Friday Night. Jan. 12 "Much Ado Abo at
Saturday Mat.. Jan. 13 -Man- Stuart-"
MATINEE PRICES 25c. 35c. 50c, 75c. I
NIGHT PRICES 25c. 35c 50c 75c. SI. $1.30.
SEATS ARE NOW SELLING.
Tarahlll and Third Sts. Phone Main 1607.
THE HOME OF BURLESQUE.
Tonight. All This Week Except Saturday
ZMgnu Bargain Matinee Today.
25c Any Seat. Saturday Matinee Last
Performance. Two Great Burlesques.
"A NIGHT AT NEWPORT AND
THE DIAMOND PALACE."
Evening Prices 25c 35c 50c "5c; Sunday
ana baturaay Matinees. 15c 25c 35c 50c;
NEXT WEEK ALCAZAR BEAUTIES.
ffckfii Kill III
MILTON W. SEAMAN. Manager.
THE POPULAR THEATER.
Ererr algbt thin week Matinee Saturday.
u. i. carpenter ureaiel succen.
"AT CRIPPLE CREEK"
V Western Drama of Colorado Mining Life
with an especially selected company of
performers, headed by the brilliant little
Evening Prices 15c 25c 35c 50c: Matinee
10c 15c 25c
NEXT ATTRACTION "HER MARRUGE
The Four Leoadora.
Mis Elaine Forrest,
Master Harold Hon.
Evenings. Sundays and Holidays. 10c
and 20c. Matinees. 10c. Box seats. 30c
Next Week "Mrs. Gen.Tom Thumb
Seaman. Adams &
W. E. Hartford.
"The Deserter," etc
10 Cents to any scat except Dozes.
Flood & Hayes.
The Hozlitt Trio
BIFF AND BANG
James Mack. Leo White
Bobby Boyle. The Three George.
Moving Pictures. Selected Orchestra.
Performances dally at 2:30. 7:30 and 0
P. M. Admission TEN CENTS with seven
rows at 20 cents.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES.
"Rooms." "Room and Board." Uoae-
keeping Rooms." "Situations Wanted." 15
words or less, 15 cents; 1C to SO word. SO
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 ceata, etc No dls
count for additional Insertion.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today." 30 ceata for 15 words or less:
10 to 20 words. 46 ceats: 21 to 25 words. 58
ceats. etc first tascrtloB. Each addltloaal
Insertion, oae-half; bo farther dltcouat aa
der obo month.
"NEW TODAY (gaaro meattxra a rate), IB
ceats per line, flrt tatertloa: 10 ceats per
Uae for each additional lnserUoa.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregoalao. aad left at this
office, should always be laclofrcd In sealed
cnveloses. No stamp Is required oa such
The Oregoalaa frill not b recpoasfble for
enors In advertisements taken throagh tht
! PLACE !
Get off at Porlmoulh Station,
go north on Portsmouth avenue,
see COLLEGE PLxVCE where
railroads grow in one night.
Special inducements to home
Good place for large FAC
TORIES and CARBUILDLNG
: A. H. IMAEQLY :
J 210 4th St., Near Courthouse. J
The Stone Building at the corner of
Third and Oak streets Is the per
manent home of the
"Oldest Trust Company in Oregon"
One of the mot approachable and
convenient Banking Houses in the
Six car lines, running through the
shopping and buMncss district, pass
the door, and every other line In the
city Is within two to Ave blocks.
Could you Imagine a banking house
more conveniently located with
which to open an account?
IN BUSINESS 18 YEARS.
: Portland Trust Company of Oregon j
S. E Cor. 3d and Oak Sts.
Phone Exchange 72
Is the right time to buy a home. Do not for
get that some 5000 new house have been built
thin season on the EAST Side, and that the
GREATER Portland wIU be oa the East S'.fie.
la the geographical center of the city, and in
the moat DESIRABLE residence district, and
much of this will become BUSINESS property.
Do not overlook these FACTS when v-Pr
Investments, and call and laspect the property,
for seeing Is believing.
The Oregon Real Estate Company
64 Third Street, Room 4. Portland, Or.
S35-Lots on the Car Line1
oOxlOO feet each for 333 Is the fuU pur
chase price, nil cash, for lots on the car
line and river.
The Hibernla Savings Bank has sold,
within the last 40 days 500 out of the 709
lots offered for salci and -will continue
to sell until every lot Is sold. Irrespective
of their values'. These lots are situated on
Main avc which Is now being: Improved.
Title perfect. For particulars Inquire
reorn 346, McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark sts.
MESSRS CLAYTON. KINO CO.. AGTS..
Scottlin Union A National insurance com
pany Gentlemen: I herewith ber to ac
knowledge draft, etc, of the honorable com
pany of which you are agents, fcr 51000.
payment In full amount of Insurance, on
account of my loss by fire, and to further
expros my sincere appreciation, of the sym
pathy, facility and promptness with which
the settlement ha ben accomplWsed. be
ing but ten days since the loss. Faithfully
your. T. L. ELIOT.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones,
loote and mounted: watches. Jewelry, re
paired. Uncle Myera. Jeweler. 143 3d-Alder.
Fred Wert trial. 217 Orrn blcg. Graduate
Stockboua; massage ana swesisa aoriatnu
deslsas. 123 6th st. rheae Mala 3182.
EAST SIDE RESIDENCE
Vat- ..t. v n my TJlru-V from car. Cor
ner lot, new house, beautifully llnted. porce
lain bath, ras fixtures, water connected.
race low. Terms to suit, jvaaress j uo,
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
INQUIRE AND WILL FIND THE BAR-
(650 Elegant, neat, new 4-room cotuge.
full lot, nicely fenced: close to car line.
31000 Very good new 4-room house and
two lots, chicken park, neat barn or wood
house. JVS50 New, not entirely finished 5-roora
house, with furniture. 2 lots, chicken park,
J 1300 Very good 5-room cottage. Monta
vllla. clow to car line, lot 00x125 feet; alt
In fine full-bearing fruit tret, barn and
J22O0 With 5300 down, balance monthly
Installment will buy fine new. modern
ft-room houec oa Improved street. Sunny
side: a snap.
33500 Beautiful residence lot 50x100 feet.
In we!t location. Sunnyslde.
J3S00 Swell lot and 5-room cottage, near
Portland Academy; a bargain.
STAUB & ROSS.
2273 Washington at.. Room 17.
WE WANT THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY.
0 to S-room house, close In. HoIladays
Addition; will pay as high as StUOO.
We want 5 to 10 acres, close In as pos
sible; would consider tract at St, Johns.
Want U -block. Holladays Addition or
Irvington. or single lot.
Wast lot or house and lot, Williams
avc Addition or Upper Alblna.
Want some small cottages. 4 or 5 rooms,
either Highland district or ML Scott car
We want property in all parts of city.
We can sell X
TAFT & CO.
275 Stark st.. Chamber of Commerce.
HOOD RIVER WINS THE HORTICULTUR
lns have assembled and displayed the
most attractive small exhibit of applen ever
hown In Portland. Hood River wins every
cup competed for. which demonstrates that
If you are seeking an investment In fruit
land this Lt the valley In which to buy.
The crowers present can tell you about
the profits: we can tell you about the land.
We have tracts of all kinds In all parts of
the valley and apple belt. Langille & Rand,
73 Cth st.
A MODERN DWELLING. WEST SIDEt
eaiy walking distance, superb view, direct
car line and as good value at JtJCOO as
ever orrered in Portland: term. E.
Jackson & Co., 240 Stark st.
GOOD FRONTAGE AND A GOOD DEPTH
on Washnlgton St.; It's the best that' left,
and the cheapest: It will bring $50,000 in
!x months the way values are going: 315.-
000 will handle It. balance arranged. Barker
& Co.. 323 Chamber of Commerce Phone
HOUSE 10 ROOMS: NEW AND ABSO-
lulely up to date: elegantly finished
throughout: nituated on two lout. In best
portion of west Side. Any one desiring an
Al home will do well to Investigate. Pbon
owner. Main 555. or call 109 Sherlock bldg.
FOR SALE 10 ACRES. S ACRES CLEARED
and fenced: running water, small house.
household furniture. 100 cords wood, cut;
4 miles railroad and steamboat; S5 cash.
Address T. U. Blackburn or F. Barlett.
PARTY HAVING RECENTLY SOLD. DE
slres to reinvest In vacant comers, fraction
al lots cr good houses and lots on West
false: northwestern part of city preferred;
give exact, location ana lowest cam price.
$3100 S-ROOM HOUSE. GOOD LOCATION,
furnace, electric lights and In gas district,
a bargain: aUo 3 lots. Brooklyn Height.
0O each: owner leaving city. Call 403
E, 23d. near Division, or phone Union 353S;
FOR SALE ON EAST TERMS. B-ROOM
cottare on Bust Side, one block from car
line. In good residence district: price JlSiO;
S500 cash, balance termc Call 24S& StarV
MUST SELL ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS,
new 5-room house, modern, in a restricted
neighborhood, one block from Ml. Scott
car; price 31250. $15o down, small monthly
payment. A. C. Churchill & Co.. 110 2d.
A SAFE I N V EoTJtENT 2 HOUSES IN
Holladays addition renting for $50 monthly;
price 3f00 for both of them; J2WO cash,
balance ran run for long time. Call for
particulars. 2IS'i Stark st.
FOR SALE CHEAP 7-ROOM HOUSE. BATH,
orchard, garden and outbuildings, near two
car lines, Portland boulevard; 320.0 cash,
balance long time. Apply Rodney L. GlUan.
42U Chamber of Commerce.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as 310 per
month with water. A. C Churchill &. Co..
"Inc." 110 2d st.
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE IN WOODSTOCK,
corner lot. 100x100. everything nice about
the place. $400 down, balance easy pay
ments. Western Oregon Trust Company. 281
COLLINS LAND CO. .ONO WE BRING
buyer and seller together: list your property
with us. Our facUltleit are exceptional. Bank
references. Stearns tldg. Phone Main 2321.
FOR SALE 5-ROOMED HOUSE. BATH,
good b4etnent, garden, etc. 1 block from
car line; price. SHOO: part cash, balance
easy payments. Phone East 52SS.
NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE. ON VERT BEST
car line, large lot, 3100 cash, balance month
ly payment. Western Oregon Trust Com
pany, 291 Stark st.
CROOM MODERN HOUSE. BATH. GAS
and electricity, comer lot. close In. near
car lice, a fine home; 33300. Hatfield Sc.
Smith. 165U 4th U
NAP SIX-ROOM HOUSE. BASEMENT. CE
ment sidewalk, walking distance. East Side;
cash or term: S2200. J. A. Mortenson,
FOR SALE H ACRE AT MT. TABOR. WITH
new 4-room cottage; water on premises;
price 31250. Inquire 3S1 East Morrison or
phone East 2S7.
6-ROOM HOUSE. 100X100 FEET OF
ground. 4 block from car line; must be
sold; make offer; 31000. Hatfield & Smith,
I65H 4th st.
FOR SALE 1187 CLEVELAND AVE.. LOT
9x100 ft,, eight large rooms and bath, a
beautiful home In perfect repair. Phone
EAST SIDE 5-ROOM COTTAGE WITH
fireplace, porcelain bath, basement, attic,
gas fixtures; fine view, easy terms. A 33.
FINE 6-ROOM HOUSE. FIREPLACE AND
furnace: Johrvmn ,. select neighborhood.
S4500. Western Oregon Trust Company. 2ul
ONE OR TWO ACRES FERTILE SOIL,
clofe to city limits, suitable for nursery or
email nursery plant. Address T 2S. Ore
gonlan. LARGE TRACT OF ACREAGE IN CITY
limits, suitable for platting; near car line;
for sale cheap. Call 302 Commercial block.
FOR SALE 8 ACRES. ON CAR LINE,
well located for platting; chance to make
big money. Inquire 360 East Washington.
QUARTER BLOCK. HOLLADAY'S ADD,
tlon; all improvement In; must sell; make
offer. 318 Chamber of Commerce.
SELLWOOD LOTS. $5.00 DOWN AND $5.00
a month; from $75.00 to $200.00. Sellwood
Townalte Co. Phone Eant 4704.
$1700 HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS. PARTLY FUR
nlshed. lot 50xl(O. fruit, rosea. Inquire 401
Oxford st,. Woodlawn car.
TWO LARGE HOUSES ON BROADWAY,
comer. 3(500. halt resaala. Downes. 616
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE: OWNER LEAVING
city: mux ell; Baake offer. 3IS Chamber
2 CHOICE LOTS. EAST 2STH AND CLIN
ton. oa car Use. 2S3H Washington. Room 5.
OWNER MUST SELL. ONE LOT. WOOD
lawa. good location. D 41, Oregonlan.
FORCED SALE !4 BLOCK ON 12TH ST.;
investigate tlx. x. iee. m kb.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A LIST OF A NO. I HOMES.
6- rcom house and lot 40x110 oa N. 19th
st.. near Raleigh St.: house strictly mod
ern: price 34000. Will consider trade for
house and lot on Portland or Willamette
7- rcorn house and lot on Blandlna St..
Upper Alblna: boue modern: nice lawn
and fruit, strawberries, etc: 3300 will
handle this, balance 315 per month.
5-room cottage, all on one" floor: full lot;
situated on E. Morrison at.. SUNNYSIDE;
house strictly modern: price $2000.
5-room house and fuU lot on Mallory
are.. Highland Add.; strictly modem; price
S-room house and 2 lota In UNIVER
SITY PARK: all la fruit and lawn; price
. 5- room house and lot on 11th at., near
Hall; all modern; rents for $25 per month:
price $22fO; terms. $500 cash, balance $25
Lot on Hancock st-. HOLLADAY'S ADD.
Lot la MULTNOMAH ADD., on Michi
gan ave.; price $400.
Lot In WOODLAWN: price $165.
Very fine half-block in best part of HOL
LADT'S ADD., on Broadway. Will sell as
a whale or divide to suit; price very rea
sonable. SMALL SUBURBAN HOMES.
11 acre at LENTS: berrlea and fruit:
5-room house, good bam: fine Jersey cow;
40 blooded chickens: good team and har
nrtfs; all farming implements; price for a
QUICK SALE $4000.
13 acres. 24 miles from GRESHAM:
5-room cottage, good barn and outbuildings;
fine well. 200 apple trees; all kind of ber
rles; 10 minutes' walk from car line; price
only 31900; terms. $700 down, balance pay
able $10.66 per month at 6 per cent.
3 acres, all cleared, situated at Lenta;
price for a Quick sale $1325.
PORTLAND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
I33o 3th St.. cor. Alder. Phone Main 6113.
SOME REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
HERE IS BEST IN CITY.
9-room modern bouse. Irvington. U blocc;
cement sidewalk, all In. streets all Im
proved, beautiful lawn, all modern in every
respect: large fireplace, large receptlon-hall.
many up-to-date Improvements and conveni
ences that cannot mention In this ad.
T mam, one of the swellest nlaces In
Holladay Park; this house was built by
day labor: no contract business here; 500
choice rose bushes, elegant lawn, with rustic
seata and chairs; this is surely an taeai
home for any one; for price and terms call
275 Stark st-. Chamber of Commerce.
S-room house, flae U -block, beautiful
lawn. Here Is one of the most modern
homes la the city. A $7000 property. Our
price now, $5730.
S-room modem house, best cart Mc
MUIen's Addition: very fine view, beauti
ful lot. This Is surely an eiegant piace
$4700. T.room hoinf Holladav Park: full ce
ment basement, stationary tubs; modern In
every way; swell location; good surrousa
innr X3&30 terms.
4room cottage. Highland? full lot, good
location: lots fruit. Price only $1100; $200
cash, balance monthly.
4-room cottage, ML Scott car line; 2
lots. barn, chicken-house; only 350o. in
6-room house. Williams ave.; corner lot,
all modern, sewer and street improvements
all in: only $2500.
5-room cotuge. best part Sunnyslde:
modern In every way; a lovely little nome,
Two lots. Highland, near Going st. Price
onlr X65D for the two.
i -block. Holladay's Addition, on Broad
way: lava verv nicelv: onlr 32100.
Beautiful corner lot. Holladay's Addition.
on Broadway: very best location; elegant
homes all around: only 31250.
Two very choice lots on Stanton St..
Upper Alblna. overlooking city: very anx
ious to sell, need money. Call In and make
us an oner.
We have many more lots In all parts of
city. Come In and see us and look our list
TAFT & CO.
275 Stark st.. Chamber of Commerce.
$23,500 100x150 on Salmon St., covered with
$26.0CO 100x100 on 6th St.. close In, now
paying 7 per cent neL
$23.iCO Bft location on Eit Side, pay
ing 12 per cent net.
$H.00U 50x100 corner on 6th at., pay
ing 9 per cent net.
$13,500100x100 on Taylor st.. fine build
ing site. .
$00o0 70x100 with 2 large modem S-room
houses oi 21it st.. near 'Irving: the best bar
gain offeree. In Wert Side residence property.
$1(150 Elegant large S-room bouse on
21t t near Irving. vThls to a snap.
Flat property on HarrLson st.: see us for
particulars regarding this.
New 7room bouse on E. 17th St.. $2300;
6-room house, on E. 13th St.. in fine lo
cation. $21 CO.
5-room cottage. Holladay Add., fine lo
Farms, timber, certified land scrip.
COLLINS LAND CO.. Steams bldg. Main
FOR SALE BY OWNER IXTS NEAR CITY.
110 Grand ave.. near Alder.
FOR SALE FARMS.
$2000 FOR A ISCOO FARM. HIGHLY 131-
P roved, fine soli; win sen stocx. crop, rur
ntture. etc; 16 acres-; High School, close to
village. Beldlng Bros.. 45 3d st.
10 ACRES. lj MILES RAILROAD AND
boat landing; finest soli: . jiair casn.
balance termx. Address P. O. box 121.
FOR SALE 360-ACR3 RANCH NEAR CO-
lumbus. Wash.; fruit, hay. grain, stock: on
new railroad. Address Box 14 1, Pendleton.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR'
Small houses on the EAST SIDE to cost
from $700 to $2000; can make QUICK
Hous and lot. or part lot. In vicinity of
14th and Mill sts.. not to exceed $2500.
7 to S-room house and lot. or part lot In
vicinity of 14th to 22d and Lovejoy to
5 to 10-acra suburban homest. near Port
land and particularly between Portland and
Oregon City and In the vicinity of Lents.
PORTLAND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
133H 3th st.. cor. Alder. Phone Main 61 IS.
6-ROOM HOUSE. PLASTERED. NEARLY
new. 2 large lots, fenced, 5 minutes' walk
to car: will exchange for vacant lot and
part cah or small rooming-house; $1500.
Hatfield Sc. Smith. ltSVJ 4th et.
THE CORNER LOT COMPANY CAN Ex
change any Pacific Coast property; we have
office? In San Francisco and Los Angrlfs.
See D. Miller. 714 Chamber ot Commerce.
TO EXCHANGE GOOD TIMBER LAND IN
a fine location for merchandise. Whitney
Bro.. Irving, Or.
FIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY IN EXCHANGE
for tailoring. Address G 40, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
TIMBER RELINQUISHMENT WANTED;
Columbia River basin preferred. B 29. Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN
teed, mineral lands, titled, public land prac
tice. We buy military bounty and war
rants. Collins Land Co., Steams bldg.
FOR RENT FARMS.
SMALL FARM FOR CASH CHICKENS,
hops; fruit and a small dairy. B. S. Cook
U Co.. 251 Alder st.
Horses. Vehicles aad Barac
BARGAIN PAIR HORSES. WEIGHT 2600
lbe.. are sound, well broken, single or
double: will be shows In harness: Drlce $160:
one bay mare, 9 years old, weight 1050,
good worker, price W; one small black
horse. 8 years old, price $25. Call 23 N.
HORSES and vehicles bought, sold, rented or
exchanged. 211 Washington. Pacific 507.
HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE. RENT
or exchange. Hubert Sc. Hall, 264 Fourth,
HORSES FOR SALE. 313 WATER ST.,
PIANO AT A SACRIFICE PARTIES LEAV
leg city: for less than half price. 10 Wash
A FINE PIANO. ALMOST NEW. FOR SALE
very cheap for cvb. Call 170 iota t.
ALMOST NEW BURL WALNUT PIANO,
&e taae: barxate. Q 36. Oregoalaa
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It wttn aiaauc roonnar. in roiia.
easy to lay; needs no painting or coating;
good over old Iron, tin or shingles: for new
roofs there Is nothing better; guaranteed;
Mastic roof paint and cement will stop small
leaks. National Mastic Roofing Co., room
2. Hamilton bldr.
EDISON PHONOGRAPH AND RECORDS
at xaciory prices, ueuvereu w uj hci.
on receipt of full amount of retail price;
largest stock of Edison records west of
Rockies. Send for circulars. Peter Bacl
galupL wholesale and. retail, 784 Mission
st.. San Francisco.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard ana pool taoies; easy pjmenui wo
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
40 3d st.
SAFES 29 GENUINE HALL'S SAFES. FIN-
lsh slightly damaged by smoxe ana water;
big discount. Portland Safe Co.. Elks Torn.
FOR SALE $S3. BAKER HAMMERLESS
shotgun, fine sole-leatner case. or wm
trade for roll-top desk. 415 Columbia bldg.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIRING
By the only practical firm In Northwest.
New and 2d-hand band instruments. 67 1st,
SHOWCASES. COTJNTER3. TABLES. STORE
fixtures bougnt, sola or exenangea. vtcsicrn
Salvage Co., 627 Washington at.
BUSINESS COLLEGE TUITION CHEAP
Phone Hood 1003. -au tor .uis uaney.
Leave phone number.
THOROUGHBRED POINTER PUPS CHEAP;
best of breeding. Inquire 644 East Stark
st., comer 17th.
1000 FEET OF 8-INCH WROUGHT IRON
pipe, practically as good aa new. J. Simon
TWO 9x10 TACOMA DONKEY ENGINES IN
first-class condition, cheap for cash. W 39,
Typewriters, all makes, at cost; rubber stamp
goods.desks. etc Coast Agency Co.. 231 Stark
FOR RENT DONKEY BNGINEL 324 CHAM-
ber of Commerce, or phone Main 2363.
A STEEL RANGE GOOD AS NEW; ALSO A
small cookstove. Phone Main 1045.
TEN WHEELED SCRAPERS FOR SALE
cheap. J. Simon &. Brother.
WILL TAKE $10.50 FOR LADY'S NEW
suit. Phone Main 59 1 5.
ONE LARGE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. J.
Simon & Brother.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN AND BOTS TO LEARN PLUMBING
TRADE: pays $5 day after completing
course of practical Instruction at home or
In our schools: graduates admitted to union
and master plumber? association; positions
secured. COYNE BROS. CO.. PRACTICAL
SCHOOLS PLUMBING and Bricklaying.
New York. Chicago. Cincinnati, St. Loul?.
WANTED ENGINEER TO TAKE CHARGE
of refrigerating plant; must understand
plpeflttlng and be able to do other general
repair work about the plant; none other
need apply; good position for right party;
state experience, etc. Address K. E., Box
205. Tacoma. ash.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharge positively cured in from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential: send for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute. 3d and Alder
sts., entrance 2o3 Alder St., Portland.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MAN FOR OF
flce: must be rapid, neat, accurate, and
, write a good hand, willing to start at $35:
good opportunity; addrets with age and
reference; farmer boy preferred. J 41. Ore
gonlan. WANTED A NUMBER OF BRIGHT. EN
ergetic young men. anxious to qualify for
remunerative positions, to Join newly or
ganized class of practical advertising. In
charge of an expert. Addretw A 41. Ore
gonlan. WANTED BRIGHT. ENERGETIC YOUNG
man. anxious to qualify for remunerative
petition, to complete newly organized class
of practical advertising. In charge of an
expert. Address C 41. Oregonlan.
WANTED A FEW BRIGHT. ENERGETIC
young men. anxious to qualify for remuner
ative positions, to Join newly organized class
of practical advertising. In charge of an ex
pert. Address B II. Oregonlan.
Men. women. Ieara watchmaking, engraving.
Jeweler work, optics. Easy terms; positions
guaranteed; money made learning. Watchmaking-Engraving
School. P. L bldg.. Seattle.
WANTED YOUNG MEN OVER IS TO PRE
pare for positions as railway mall clerks:
starting salary $800. E. O. Heynen, 213
Columbia bldg.. 365 Washington st.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks; only up-to-date colleges In the
world. Moler"s System College. 215 Occi
dental ave.. Seattle, Wash.
WANTED AN Al UPHOLSTERER AND
carpetlayer. with small capital to go In
partnership In an established business.
THREE AGENTS. SALARY AND COMMIS
sion. one traveling man. $20 per week and
expenses. Apply N. Cameron, room 30. lW'i
CHANCE FOR ACTIVE MAN WITH $250
to secure work paying J1S to $25 weekly:
experience unnecessary. Call 24S!j Stark
Any Intelligent person may earn good Income
corresponding for newspapers: experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE: WAGES
while learning; position after 8 weekd. Gill
man's Barber College. 627 Clay. San Fran.
WANTED 23 MEN TO RENT THE BEST
and cleanest rooms In the city at $1.50 per
week. Dakota House. Ill N. 7th st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT-
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
IF YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING YOU CAN
sell our "Square Deal" Health and Acci
dent insurance. i05 Marquam bldg.
BRIGHT. ACTIVE BOY WANTED TO DE-
llver packages; wages $4 per week. Stand
ard Coffee Sc. Spice 31111. 209 2d st.
THOSE DESIRING ENGAGEMENTS ON
dramatic or vaudeville stage call at New
man's Theatrical Circuit. 145H 6th.
WANTED A FOREMAN WITH EXPERI-
ence on farm work; also stock: references
required. Apply 715 Everett st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED TRAIN3IAN
must have service papers for braking and
switching, a 41. oregonlan.
STONE-CUTTERS BY DAY OR CONTRACT
to get out granite for R. R. bridge founda
tions. Hansen. 28 N. 2d st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SALES 31 EN IN
Portland and throughout state; big wages to
rustlers. 206 McKay bldg.
UNION HOTEL FOR ROQ3I AND BOARD:
rooms $1; board. $3.50 per week. 81 N. 6tb
t. J. Anderson, Prop.
MAN AND WIFE. $50 AND FOUND. CITY:
first-class Janitor, city. Pioneer Employ
ment. 215 Morrteon.
FRST-CLA8S BROILER AND LUNCH MAN.
Address G. M. Campbell. 320 James eU, Se
WANTED 3 OR 4 BOYS WEDNESDAY
morning. 92 3d st. Apply to W. T.
WANTED 1ST-CLASS BARBER. STEADY
work, 206 Madison; wantea, porter, uo .iaa
rwrtnrv tinv WAVTRnsmic TVPRtvnirr.
Ing; chance to advance. 705 3Iarquam bldg.
wivrrn tvv! nT.n ptyytttt VfT SHOES
highest price paid. SO 3d. Phone Pacific 46.
COATMAKER WANTED DEIRLING &
Padden. 508-510 Main st.. ancouver. wasn
YOUNG MAN FOR CITY COLLECTIONS
214 Columbia bldg.. 305 Washington st.
SALESMEN TO SELL THE CHRISTY HOE
safety razor: new plan. 303 Stearns bldg,
BRIGHT BOY FOR OFFICE JIUST BE A
stenographer, a. 40. oregonlan.
BOY WANTED FOR OFFICE WORK AND
as messenger. J Ji). oregonian.
SALESMAN WANTED. GOODYEAR RAIN-
coat Co.. 305 V Washington.
MAN WITH HEAVY TEA 31 TO BREAK
new land. 2S5 1st at.
CARRIAGE PAINTER WANTED. 293 GLI-
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. 4C1 Rodney ave.
LADY TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN A
small family. K 39. Oregonlan.
WANTED GIRL TO COOK AND DO GEN-
. era I aoeseweric 46 EUa st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A NUMBER OF BRIGHT, EN-
ergetlc young women anxious to qualify- for
remunerative positions, to Join newly or
ganized class of practical advertising, la,
charge of an expert. Address A 41. Ore
gonlan. WANTED BRIGHT. ENERGETIC YOUNG-
woman, anxious to qualify for remunerative
position, to complete newly organized class
of practical advertising, in charge of aa
expert. Address C 41. Oregonlan.
WANTED A FEW BRIGHT. ENERGETIC
young women anxious to qualify for remuner
ative positions, to Join newly organized class
of practical advertising. In charge of an ex
pert. Address B 41, Oregonlan.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT STENOO-
rapher and double entry bookkeeper, either
man or woman. Apply by autograph let
ter, giving references. O 35. Oregonlan.
LOGGING CA5IP WAITRESS. $20; WAIT
ress (restaurant, bakery), $3 (room):
cooks, domestics, waitresses. Drake's, 203 H
WANTED GIRL FOR DOMESTIC WORK
in small family. Norwegian or Swedish, pre
ferred; no washing. Call mornings, 663
WAITRESS FOR 1ST-CLASS FAMILY
house; must be genteel and expert, good
wages, good home. Call before 9:30 at 261
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY X
Radlum Medical Institute and Sanitarium,
3d and Alder; entrance 253 Alder st., Port
land. WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY RBPRE-
sentatlves In Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED A QUIET. STEADY GIRL OR
middle-aged woman; pleasant home for
right person. Telephone Main 2900.
YOUNG LADY TO ATTEND BOOTH AT
poultry show. Call at Pacific Seed Co. at
11 o'clock. Ask for Mr. Dame.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
3434 Washington st., cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phone Main 2892.
PIONEER LADIES AGENCY.
213 Morrison St,
Phone Main 2273.
C06K. $30. COUNTRY HOTEL: WAITRESS
same hotel. $18. Pioneer Ladles" Agency,
A GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSB
work; must be of good habits. 505 Van
GIRLS IN FACTORY. $1 DAY. OFFICE
fee $1. Clerks' Registration Bureau, 2S5
A YOUNG LADY FOR CASHIER. ONE WHO
has had experience in grocery store. F 39.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MAKER FOR
Spring oeason at Portland Millinery Co.. 133
5th st. .
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at 631 Schuyler st. Telephone Scott
YOUNG GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN
small family. 461 j th St.. cor. Jackson.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS MILLINER.
Address P. O. box 213. Vancouver. Wash.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 142 Union ave.. North.
DR. A. AUSPLUND. DISEASES OF WOMEN
and surgery. 3d floor. AlUky bldg.
TWO EXPERIENCED TRAY WAITRESSES
at 20S Salmon, bet. 1st and Front.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Apply 723 ullsan st.
HELP WANTED 3L4XE OR FEMALE.
VAUDEVILLE SKETCHES WRITTEN.
stage and fancy dancing taught, engage
ments secured: one week's trial lessons free.
Bert Qoff. 310 Alisky bldg.
RELIABLE LADIES AND GENTLE3IEN TO
call on select list of advertisers for spe
cial edition, temperance publication. 63S
Chamber of Commerce.
NEWMAN'S SCHOOL OF ACTING. STAGB
dancing, singing, dramatic art. etc.. $5 per
month; vaudevile and dramatic sketches
gratis. 145 6th.
WANTED MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON
farm; must be good teamster. Call at
office. Imperial Hotel.
WANTED VAUDEVILLE PERFOR3IERS
and musicians. Call at roqm 22, van isoy
Hotel, at once.
PARTIES DESIRING LIGHT EASY EM-
ployment at 31 cents per hour, call 251
1st St.. room 3.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
ENERGETIC YOUNG 31 AN DESIRES Po
sition in mercantile business where there
are opportunities for advancement; has
had some office experience. Wallace Cath
cart. 730 Northrup st. Phone 3Iain 1174.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER. THOn-
oughly familiar with modern methods,
wishes position; 10 years" experience; ac
curate and reliable: references. L 39. Ore
gonlan. POSITION WANTED AT ONCE AS TRAV-
ellng salsman for reliable house by Lastem
man of extensive experience. Guarantee to
do the business. T 26. Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN. 24. GOOD OFFICE MAN. Ex
perienced In general merchandise, desire
poriltlon at moderate salary: speaks foreign
languages. E 41. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED SALES3IAN. CITY OR
country, familiar with all coast territory
and well known In the city; best references.
H 394 Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN WANTS OFFICE WORK;
some experience In books; Kood reicreaces.
Y 26. Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS BARTENDER.
collector, hotel clerk or cashier; also goot
palesman; best references from last em
ployer, or security If wanted: no objec
tion to country. Address C B.. St, Charles
Hotel. Portland. Or.
WANTEDPOSITION BY YOUNG MAN
who naa naa nve years experience on. uoi
emment and railroad surveys. R. E. Mc
Intyre. 1S02 36th st.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also;
all kinds of help. Main 4630. 268 Ever
MANAGEMENT OF GOOD HOTEL IN
country town by man and wife, with chanca
to rent or buy. 31 39. Oregonlan.
STEADY. SOBER. RELIABLE MARRIED
man desires position of any kind; best of
references. E 40. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE COUPLE WANTS PLACE. MAN
as cook, wife wait on table and house
work. 121 N. 15th St.. city.
YOUNG 3IAN ATTENDING BUSINESS COL
leae wants place to work for board and.
room. Y S3, Oregonlan.
A MACHINIST BLACKSMITH WHO CAN
do general work. 25 yars experience. Ad
drew V 40. Oregonlan.
DUTIFUL JAPANESE YOUNG MAN WISHES
position as porter or office boy; speaks well.
Y 30, Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG 3IAN AS
Janitor, watchman or drive wagon- 1039
E. 10th St., N.
TOGO THE JAPANESE HOUSE-CLEANING
Company. Phone Pacific 622. 82 N. Third.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION AS
schoolboy. Phone Black 152.
CARPENTER WANTS WORK BY DAY OR
Job. ilaln 6339
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers aad Steaoographers.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS AS
nistant in wholesale bouse or bookkeeper
In grocery store; experienced. F 41, Ore
gonian. COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position, or will take piece work at home.
Y 40, Oregonlan.
POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER BY Ex
perienced stenographer; doesn't mind work.
O 39. Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WISHES TO
make few more engagements to go out by
the day. N 37. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED
housekeepers; first-class . chambermaids,
washerwomen, nurses, second girl, waitress.
2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WELL-RESPECTED WIDOW WANTS A Po
sition as housekeeper for a respected wid
ower. Phoae Mala 1747.