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THE MORNING OKEGOXIAy. FRIDAY. 3IAT 4, 1903.
, The Heilig Theater
Washington " "1"'1b Main 1
Tonight. Tomorrow Night. Bargain Price
The Pollard Lilliputian Opera Company
In the following musical plays: Tonight.
8:1S. "The Belle of New York": tomorrow
night.' "An American Millionaire": bargain
price mat. tomorrow, "H. M. 9. Pinafore."
Popular Evening Prices 2."c, 35c, 50c, 73c.
Bargain Matinee Price. Adults. 50c: Chll"
dren under 14. 23c. Seat, now selling.
hton The Heilig Theater fSSVi
Sunday. Monday. Tuesday Nights, May 0,
7. x. 11(00.
John Malnnoll. and Lillian l.awerrni-e
In Hall 'aln' Great Drama.
Direction George L. Baker.
PRICES Lower Floor. 1, 75c; Balcony,
75c. 50c? Gallery, 25c.
Seats are now selling at box office. The
Baker Theater isrR&Xsr
Yamhill and 3d St a. Phone Main 1907
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
Under the direction of C. Keating.
.irn-s n. crricKson ana uwrge imNn .
MONSTER VAUDEVILLE ASSEMBLY
Of refugees oX the Great San Francisco
10 BIG ACTS 10.
HeadH by the James P. Lee Comedy Sketch
Company, consisting of eight artists.
N I slit prices Lor floor, front of loge..
.".!; night prices, lower floor, back of
log as. 25c: entire balcony. 25c; gallery,
I V; all matin. 16c and 25c.
xt Week. Star-tin Sundav Matinee,
-TAIJFORMA OIKI.H" Bl' K LESQ C E CO.
Twelfth ins Msrritm
fhona Haia 117
PORTLAND'S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE.
Tonight, all week, matinee Saturday.
MACK HW.AIN COMPANY
in the big sensational scenic melodrama
THE SILVER DAGGER'
A vivid story of life In and about New
York Cltv by Mark E. Swan. A play-of
thrilling heart interest. Special
- scenery carried complete.
Evening- prices 15c. 25c, S5c. ZOc. Matinee
10c. 15c. 25c.
Next week "The Inside, Track
M eek of April 80
Premier f oot
ttllmore, Haynes and
Master Harold Hon.
KI'MMKR PRICKS Evening1?. Sundays
and holidays, 10c, 20c and ;t0c; mat
inees, 10c to any seat, except boxes.
Week of . April .10
est Travesty Ar
tist. Wallace ft Beach.
The Three Kober..
Miss Mildred Kddy.
J. W. ClIfTord.
10'-. to snv seat except boief 10c
Pantages Family Theater
Car. 4th and Stark Week of April 30. 1906.
EVERY ACT A KE.ATCRE.
Taylor Quartette. The Musical Millers.
hnetwr, Juggler. Zeno and Owens.
Jofrli Deltins. lllnnr-h laVine. Arthur ElweM.
latent .Moving; Picture.
COOL. COMFOKTABI.E THEATER.
IVrfiiruiancos daily, 2:.i0 to 9 P. M. Con
tinuoti!., Sunday from 2 to 10:.i0 P. M. Ad
mission. 10c; reserved seats. 20c; boxes, 25c.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
PORTLAND v.. OAKLAND
MAY S. 4. S. 6. 7.
.amr Called 3:80 I". M. Dally,
(allies Called 2:H0 P. M. Sundays.
Indies' llav r'rlday.
GliANDSTAND. a.'if. CHILDREN. 10c
. BOX SE ATS. 2fc.
San Francisco Disaster
For Sale SLIDES and FIUMS showing
San Francisco In every detail. Newman's
Motion Picture Machine & Song Slide Co.,
MS!i Sixth. Portland. Or.
TENT LOCATED AT
REC.l'LAK CIRClo GROUNDS
25th and Raleigh- Streets
2 DAYS 2
Thurs., May 10th
Friday, , May 11th
Performance 2 and 8 P. M. Daily
is 108-CireM Bampim igi Cltbritin-IOt
It tarn lacaatrlM 30 AST0N1SHIN0 ACROBATS
A WHN JleWK urm . f .fa. ...f.rf.t.
as j otmmm a smiTiatiL Mcitnimc.
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mm j anil sJtM Pmft
ltril tt Ptrftradir tl.ihuU
iwunt stus at sumis
A tltglMt Jumplag Waa
y5 100 tM Bmm
C3te Wattlnt norwi
Pretty Edna Mareita
$35 Per Lot on Car Line
AOxlOO feet each. hlKh. slphtlv and level,
nn thr rlrr. s;leiulld location. The Hibernia
&a Iturs Hank will what few there are
of these lots at Sj per lot to closa out
the traot. Title perfect, fall at room 305.
McKav bids., cor. :.d and Stark ta;
Eta-lit -room modern house. E. 20th. be t.
Ankenv and Biirnjile: fireplace and furnace
lrlrn reducpil ta $W0 for nulrk fale. Can
mnk-e easy term a. ThU U in elegant neigh
borhood and worth Investigating.
MORGAN & FLIEDINER
Mnlte 213. Abinaton Blda.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance in All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL
1 acres. Fremont and 4 ltd st?.. near Irv
inmon; Sr.O pr aire. X 48. Orenonlan.
'"igsr store. 1."0. for inday only; big snap;
cheap rent. Call 1VH Morrison street.
Beginning today, we offer a
discount on our entire stock
of Oriental Rugs. New Rugs
will arrive soon, and we
want to dispose of all Rugs
now on hand at the earliest
86-88 THIRD STREET
PHIL. MET CHAM, Pres.
Cnropean Plan - . . . . .
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 let
at., sale 2 P. M. C. L. Ford, auctioneer.
P.V J. T. - Wilson, at salesroom. 208 First
street, at 10 A. M.; groceries. J. T. Wilson.
At Oilman's Auction Rooms. 413 "Washing
ton street, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N.
NEIGHBORS and friende re-
member the benefit entertainment
YrtSfESTtonight In East Side W. O. W.
tfirtf Ball. Everybody come and help
tie a sick neighbor. Forest Grove
Glee Club of 2."i members will entertain you.
J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. XO. 86.
O V. S A regular rnmmimteaHftn
tills (Friday) evening (new) K. P.
Hall. Hth and Alder. By order
. SARAH B. GUERIN, Sec.
HAKSALO LODGE. NO. 15. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at 8
o'clock. Work in the second degree, visitors
welcome. HENRY BROWN. Sec.
KELLY-In this city. May 3. 19o6. William
T. Kelly. Funeral notice hereafter.
SPAULDING In this city, May 3. 1906. at
the family residence, 683 Vancouver avenue,
Charles R. Spauldlng. aired 21 years, lo
month and 29 days. Funeral announcement
TATIjOR In this city. May 2, 106. Clara A.
Taylor, aged -2 years. The funeral er icea
will be held at Finley's chapel at 2 P. M.
today (Friday.. Interment Lone Fir cem
etery. Friends invited.
REYNOLDS At his lata residence. 112 East
Thirty-fourth street. May 1, lVH)ts, William
Henry Reynolds, aged 35 years, 4 months
and 9 days. Funeral wilt take place Sun
day, May 6. at 2 P. M., from F. S. Run
ning's chapel, corner East Alder and Bast
Sixth street. Friends invited.
EDWARD HOLM AN Jb CO.. the lead Ins
funeral director and etnbalmera. 20 and
222 Third utreet. corner Kuimon, have tha
finest establish men t and the moat reasonable
charges. X bitve an experienced lady who
lakes full chance all lady case. Fhon
J. P. FINLEY SON. funeral directors
and em bairn era. No. S61 Sd atH cor. Madison.
Dot or nlxht calls promptlr attended. F.i
pertenced ladT assistant vrhea desired. Of
fice of County Coroner. Phone Mala 9.
DUNNING, M ENTEK ft GILBACUH. Sne
cessors to Dunninsr A Campion, undertakers
and embalm rs: modem m every detail: 7th
and Pine. Phone Main 40. Lady assistant.
F. 8. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 Kast
Alder. Lady assistant. Phone Cast ft.
ZELLER-BYRXKS CO.. Undertakers. En.
baimera, 278 Russeil. Faat 1088. Lady asst.
TONHKTH i :0.. florists. Artistic floral
deala-ns. 123 th at. Phone Main 510.
FOR SA T,E ON HARRISON ST., BET. HTH
and 7th pw. Lot 25x50; price J22O0 cash.
Apply at 63 Front at.
IHOTTSES IN ALL, PARTS OF THE CITY
built and told on installments. Kroner,
165 H 3d St.
Here Is a Snap
I AM GOING TO SACRIFICE
MY ELEGANT RESIDENCE.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. MI ELK
OA NT (-ROOM FX'RNISHEU RESIDENCE
AND LOT -50X150. SITUATED ON THE
EAST SIDE OF THE RIVEK: WILL SELL
WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE; ALL
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS AND VERY
CHOK E LOCATION. ONLY ONE BLOCK
FROM CAR LINE; LARGE. SPACIOUS
GROUNDS. FRUIT TREES AND FLOWER
GARDEN. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A
BARGAIN. THIS WILL BEAR CLOSE IN
VESTIGATION. E lit, CAKi. OREGON IAN.
Prolific Orchard Land
Is desired by many who are not In a
position to surrender their present In
comes and devote their time to the
waking of a commercial orchard and
who are unable to purchase estab
lished orchards. For such as these wa
have arranged a plan whereby some
of the finest apple land in the famous
Mosler district may be secured upon
the payment of small sums down and
monthly or quarterly Installments
without interest on deferred pay
ments, or taxes. The land will be
cleared, set with standard apple trees,
cultivated and cared for during a
period of five years, or until final pay
ment is made, by a competent orchard
ist who will build up his own place
alonfr with yours.
This is a bona fide offer never be
fore made In this locality. Let us give
you the particulars.
LANGILLE & RAND
73 SIXTH STREET.
C W. lUOWLXS, liars.
Street a, Portias. Oregam.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day.
Desiring a lucrative investment for surplus
funds at profitable rates of interest will
SPECIAL CERTIFICATES CF DEPOSIT
Exactly stilted to their requirements. These
Special Certificates are issued for amounts
of S500 or over, repayable on 10. 30 or SO
days' call and bear 3i, 3(4 and 4 per cent
interest, respectively. .
"THE OtDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Is receiving liberal deposits from individ
uals, firms and corporations; . also from
-Danas and bankers in Oregon, Washington
ana taano, on tnese special Certificates.
The total deposits with us on May 2, 190G;
from this source alone were '
Correspondence Invited on this subject.
In Business 19 Years
Resources Over $1,500,000.00
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
S. E. Cor. 3d and Oak Sts. Phone Ex. 72.
BEN J. I. COHEX President
H. L. P1TTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J- O. GOLTRA. Assistant SJecretarv
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
NOW IS TOUR TIME TO BUT DOORS,
windows, floorlnc. rustic, and alt kinds at
building materials at a great bargain. Ap
ply to American Inn. Pbon. Pacific 1071.
DO YOr WAST A MODERN 7-ROOM HOME
at $4400. near corner 25th and Marshall; a
cah payment of $1000 will get it. Hart
man & Thompson, Chamber of Commerce.
StfiOO CASH 3 1-3 ACRES ON DIVISION ST..
ail cleared and splendid located for plat
ting. This is an excellent investment. Hart
man V Thompson, Chamber of Commerce.
Quarter block on 4th St.. close in; income
ft per cent net; $111,000: terms. F. Dubois,
Washinirton bldg.. room 1.
IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR AN ELEGANT
borne with 100 feet equare and a good stable
in a choice location on the East Side, sea
or correspond with Kroner, ltioVj 0d st;
A PESTRABLE 7-ROOM HOITSH IN HOLLA
day Park, all modern improvements, new
and complete, on easy terms, bv owner.
Phone Main 3401 or X 500. Oregoiiian.
IM ACRES CHOICE PP.OPKRTT IN CITT
limit, close to good car, neariv all clear
brautlful view: must sell at once, cash or
terms. Address R 41. Oregonian.
NINE-ROOM HOl'fE. 4500 ; 8-ROOM HOUSE
$4MJO, ire best residence section East ilae;
also block in Rrooklyn. $1000; easy terms.'
Address J 46, .Oreaonian.
BIG SNAP LARGE 'i BLOCK ON PORT
land Heights with magnificent view of city
river, etc.; only SoOOO. F. Dubois. Wash-
' ington bldg.. room 1.
OWNER: CHEAP, 8 LOTS. CORNER FTVE
room house, city water, car line, many fruit
trees, berries. J14O0. Stlmson., 407 Vlliis
FOR SALE NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE FULL
cement baaement, good plumbing, ntca loca
tion. 11050; easy terms. O. M. Smith. 730
AVILI. DESIGN AND BUILD YOU A CHOICE
home; you can pay In easy monthly pay
ments. King, designer and builder., phono
10-ROOM VERT MODERN RESIDENCE
Holladay Addition, N. 9th and Habey
S500U. terms. C. W. Pallett. 304 Fen
$1450 MODERN HOUPE ON CAR, NOT FAR
out: abundance bearing fruit; stgtitly- a
barirain. State Investment Co.. lis Abiiur
ton bide. i
A SNAP A FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE 30
minute' walk from Steel bridge, 23xt(tf
lot; price 700; terma to suit. Mver. 2V9
CHOICE UDT ON FARGO ST.. BETWEEN
Union and Rodney avea.; low price. Pee
owner at 357 Monroe at. Phone. East 3163
FOR SALE REASONABLE. 3 LOTS. 45x125
each, situated In North Mt. Tabor. Inoutra
881 K. Morrison, comer Union av.
BELLWOOD LOTS, 00 DOWN AJsD 15.00
a month; from $75. 00 to $200.00. Sell wood
Townslte Co. Phone Eaat 4704.
10 ACRES. SUITABLE FOR SUBDIVIDING
Into lots, close in. on Eaat Side. B C
Mathews, 304 Femon bid. .
A QUARTER BLOCK ON UNION. AVE. FOR
eale cheap. Inquire at office, 608 Union
iv. N. . or phone East 42S3.
Sr-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE. E ST
Aj"h. wa!k!nr distance, large lot. C. W
Fallen. 304 Fenton bids;.
LA ROE 5-ROOM COIX5N7AL COTT.OE
SHiiOO. $2i"o d-TTsrn, balance $30 month Iv
I'hone East 675.
ONE NEW 5-ROOM MODERN, ONE THREE
room house: cheap for cash. Owner, 127 ij
1st, room 10. '
SNAP 5Ov50 2-STORY BRICK. VERY
close, oniy $22.0t0. F. Dubois, Washington
bldg., room 1.
rOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
NEW HOUSES AT EAST loTH AND H
cock sta.; the most choica location in Holi
day and Irvington Addition; built with the
beat of material, artistically designed, dou
ble lined houava, cement cellar floors, fur
naces, modern bathroom, plumbing, etc
selected wood for all Inside work, with fine
eggshell stain finish. Six, aaven and eifiht
rooms; can usa money to advantage and
will make a reduction of SI 50 on the first
house sold, Chaa. L. Boss, office phone.
East 2; home phona. East 728.
MUST BE SOLD BT MAT 14TH.
Owner going East haa offer4 his new
.-room home, modem in every detail, full
of conveniences, gas and" elect Halt v. bath
and toilet upstairs, toliet downstairs, ce
ment basement, stationary tubs, very large
closet, attic all flniahed, one block from
car. Sunnyslde. $3200: $1000 cash, t-rms
on balance. Seeing thia is the only way to
217 Ablngton bldg.
FOR SALE SIX ACRES, ALL C LEAP. ED.
wall selected variety bearing fruits and
ben-iea. splendid well with elevated tank,
gaaoline engine drive pump and waahing
machinery, good S-room house with running
. water, barn, one mile from Mllwaukie on
county road, alx minutes to Oregon City
electric line; good neighborhood and un
usually deairable. C. N. Hugglna, 421 Mo
$2250 TWO FINE LOTS ON LA RR A BEE
ft overlooking the river. These are worth
$1000 Three acres north Mt. Tabor, eas
ily worth lisoo.
WM. B. STREETER. room 222 Failing bldg.,
DO YOU WANT A HOME IN BEAUTIFUL
Irvington? You can get it half a block
from car line and only three blocks from
Governor Chamberlain's reedence by a cash
payment of $300. The balance is cheaper
than rent. Hartman & Thompson, Cham
ber of Commerce.
GET A HOME THAT WILL PAY FOR IT-
eir; a new ftoQOO house, with two acres of
land In block bounded by Hawthorne ave.
on north can be bought for $t000 this week.
Lots will sell now for more than the
cost. Hartman At Thompson, Chamber of
FOR SALE) 4 BEAUTIFUL LOTS. 60X100,
Columbia Heights: fine orchard; 4-room tank
house, well and windmill; newly fenced; ideal
suburban home; excellent car service; owner
leaving city; $1800; mortgage $o00, 3 years;
$1200 net. F 38, Oregonian.
$8000 CORN BR BUSINESS PROPERTY. 2
stores, a nats, new, modern; lot 50x100;
paying over 10 per cent; excellent location
for increase in value; If you are looking
for an excellent investment this is your
chance. Lock Box 441, city.
Three houses, brick basements, v large lot.
on West Sida, rent $60 per . month; price
217 Ablngton Building.
$400tBEAUTIFUL HOME, NEW. MOD-
Km, wen Dune, new oesign. nicely arranged,
corner lot. ttth and Schuyler, Holladay's ad
dition, fine location; if you see this house
you will buy it. Inquire 208 4th. Phone
Pacific 2 J 25 or Main 3990.
ACRES FOR SUBDIVIDING 10 ACRES.
r-omana rteignt. ..w per acre; lo acres.
South Portland. J500 per acre. These are
the cheapest tracts in Portland. American
Investment Co., 563 Sherlock bldg. Phone
REAL ESTATE WE HANDLE CITY AND
suburban property, write fire insurance, make
mortgage loans and do'a general rental busi
ness; we solicit vour patronajce. GRIND
STAFF & S CHALK, 204 Stark st. Phone
$12V0 New cottage. 4 rooms. u and
electric lights, bath. Maple at. bet. Hamil
ton ave. and Seymour st., .close to S car and
school. South Portland ; terms. 2C8 4th.
Tel. Pacific 2125 or res. Main 3890.
$7500 EXCEPTIONAL VALUE FOR MONEY;
double nouse. ltt rooms, modern, excellent
condition : corner property. N. 10th at., lot
50x100; this Is on the market for few 'days
only. Lock Box 88. -
ACRE TRACTS WB HANDLE ACRBAGS
as a specialty, witmn city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $10 per
month with water. A. C. Churchill fc Co..
"inc.," 110 2d st.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY CITY LOTS OR
acreage 7 lr so, see Kast siae Real Eatate
Co. East Side property a specialty. 40T Haw
thorne ave., near Grand. Phone Eaat 1067
$1650 BUYS A MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE
on ouxiw tot. inquire owner, 129 North
TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES ON LOT fiOxl!25.
near union ave. and Morris. Cail up Majn
$2000 CHOICE INSIDE LOT. 50x100, 25TH
ana rortnrup. j. w. .fallen, 304 Fenton
NEW. UP-TO-DATE 6-ROOM HOUSE, $2850,
uuw.n. monimy. fnone r.&si oo.
CORNBR LOT 53x100, WEST SIDE. IDEAL
location ror nats. call Fax:inc 1833.
FOR SALE FARMS.
SO U TH ERN OREGON HOMH), P LACE SO
acres, 40 in cultivation, mostly alfalfa and
pasture, irrigating ditch, good spring above
nouse, o rooms. Darns, rencea and cross
fenced, young orchard and small fruits, good
stock range adjacent. 10 miles .southwest
Giant's Pass, on county road and new rail
road building to copper mines; price $2800.
Inquire B. S. Cook A Co., 251 Alder St.,
104 ACRES. 6 MILES EAST OF CANBY,
or., o acres cultivated, 10 acres slashed,
balance brush, good soil, all fenced, on coun
ty road, no building: $16 per acre. DImick
& Dimick, Oregon City, Or.
FOR SALE 180 ACRES, 4 MILES FROM LA
center; 4-room- house, barn, orchard, well,
farming implements; 40 acres cleared, 80
under fence, rest in pasture; $3600. William
Perl berg. La Center, Wash. '
REALLY A SNAP 80-ACRE FARM. SPLBN-
aiaiy improvea. oo in cultivation; orchard,
growing crops, stock, implements, furniture;
all complete. S2500. 806 The Dekum. Port-
FOR SALEr-97 ACRES AT S75 PER ACRT5.
11 miles from Portland; 25 acres timber 40
in cultivation. 12 of which is fine garden
lnd. Apply Walter Coppa. 168 E. 6th st.
FOR SALE OR RENT 440-ACRE WHEAT
farm in high state of cultivation, $25 per
acre, including crop. Hemingway Bros.,
CALL AT ROOM .302 WORCESTER BLDG.,
Tor lull particulars about wheat Jmnd
homesteads; party will leave Wednesday,
COWLITZ COUNTY. WASH. IMPROVED
ana unimproved farm lands; aiBo timber
lands. F. J. Barnard A Co.. Kalama. "
FARM 65 ACRES. HOUSE, BARN. STOCK
ano tools at a bargain, inquire fx;1? Gth,
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
WE WANT TIMBER.
We have cash buyers for large andsmaH
tracts of good timber in Oregon. Washington
Phone Main 6303. 317-318 Fenton b'dg.
FINE TIMBER AND HOMESTEADS: FOUR
gooa. nne timber claims; one good homo
stead with abundance of water; come im
mediately if you wish to get located. A.
A. Barry, Whitney. Or.
200,000.000 FEET OF FIRST QUALITY
yellow fir timber near ra 'road now build
ing and tributary to Portland ; there Is
none better on the market. LanglUa A
Rand, 73 6th st.
WANTED TIMBER LANDS IN LARGE OR
small tracts; must be good logging or mill
ing propositions, in Oregon. Washington or
California. Address Cash Buyer, N 46, Ore
gonian. 1000 ACRES FINE YELLOW PINE IN
irant county: can aiao locate lO good yel
low pine claims; charges) reasonable. Ad
drees News office, John Day, Or.
18 SECTIONS OF GOOD TIMBBR LAND,
nearly all in one body, cruise above 5.000,000
feet per quarter; near tidewater; a good in
vestment. K 45, Orea-onian.
FOR SALE -ALL OR INTEREST IN THE
Dest sawmm proposition on Columbia River,
from S5C0O to $10,000 required. N 48, Ore
gonian. Free Government land Timber homestead, ir
rigation. Oregon Locating Co.. S15 Oregonian.
WAITED KLAL ESTATE.
B WANT A FEW GOOD HOMES TO
sell, centrally located and modern; also a
few good residence lots. Simpson A Co.,
191 Morrison st. .
WANTED INCOME-BEARING PROFERTY,
residence or ousiness: we nave customers
REED, FIELDS A TYNAN CO., 102 2d at
Phone Main 7004.
FOR HEAT FARMS.
FOR RENT 70-ACRE FARM. 40 IN CROP;
good huse. barn and water; -7 miles from
Portland. 1 mile north Beaverton. Mrs.
Ann Rjsn, Beaverton, Or.
WEST SIDE FARM. 225 ACRES. SX UNDER
cultivation, moetiy in crop, half miie to
railroad station; per acre; will exchange
for Portland property. X 45, Oregonian.
WILL EXCHANGE FIRST MORTGAGQ 6
per cent bonda for first-class real eatate :
exceptional opportunity to obtain best of
securities. Lock Box 441. city.
EXCHANGE 11 ROOMS NETW FURNITURE
for lot or house and lot and pay cash diffr
ence, or win sell cheap on eay terms. 107i
3d, near Washington.
320 ACRES TO TRADE FOR SUBURBAN
property or will exchange team of horses :
good speculation; must be sold soon. K
WILL EXCHANGE 160 ACRES OF GOOD
land In North Dakota for property or bnsi
nes In or near Portland. 522 Lea ave.
$2000 STOCK OF PICTURES FOR CASH OR
real estate. Gruber. 61T Commercial block.
FOB SALE LAND 8CRIP.
ALL KINDS OF LAND fcCRIP APPROVED
and guaranteed. Military bounty warrants
bought and sold. Collins Land "Co., Helena,
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR RENT BY
day, week and month; special rates to
business bouses, ttth and Hawthorne. Jfai.
WANTED HORSE. WEIGHT ABOUT 1100.
wagon and harness; must be cheap. Ad
dress room 22, 11 Union ave., city.
FOR SALE A HEAVY 1-SEATED BUGGY,
with & pole; or will trade for a 2-seated
buggy. Phone Union 57.
$85 BUYS PAIR OF HORSES. WEIGHT 1159
pounds each; are sound, good age and color.
Call 23 N. 14lh at.
$40 BUYS GOOD FARM. DELIVERY OR Ex
press horse. Call Regal Stables, 14th and
Burns ide sts.
A GOOD TEAM OF HORSES. WEIGHT
about 30CO lbs,, at U. P. Stables, 239 Rus
We Buy, Sell, Rent, Exchange, Horses, Wag
ons, saddles, harness. Hubert A Hall, 266 4th.
A 6-YEAR HANDSOME BLACK STALLION.
good driver ajid pedigree. Phone Scott 4540.
- . a
Horses and vehicles bought, solo, rented or
xchanged. 211 Washington. Pacific 607.
TWO TEAM8 WORKHORSES. FB. EE DM AN
Bros.. 12th and Flandenn-
165 tons new hop wire, $16 per ton.
75 tons new plow steel; cable remnants.
150.000 ft. pipe from i In. to 10 in.
2d-hand pulleys, shafting and sheet fron.
Metals, scrap iron, junk of all kinds.
Bought. Cash advanced on consignments.
M. Barde & Son, 8th A Gllaan sts.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A PIANO? ALL I
have saved out of the San Franclco flre is
a fine upright piano in Al condition ; will
sell reasonable; part cash, part trade for
household goods in good condition. Address
L 46. Oregon Ian .
FOR PALE NJCrW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; ws
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Col
lender. 49 3d at.
LARGE GASOLINE LAUNCH, 20-H. P. EX
glne; perfect- condition; was taken on mort
gage sale; can sell for almost half her
real value.; also very fine 10-footer. Phone
TENTS. TENTS FOR SALE SECOND-
hand, small and, big ones, up to 80x120.
G. C. Pike Tent Awning Co., 107 3d St.,
FOR SALE ONE GOOD HALL SAFE FOR
half its cost, and one good $135 rubber
tired buggy for $80. Call today, 313 Water
GOOD AUTO RUNABOUT WITH SEVEN
horsepower engine, good conditon, $225.
Dick Holman Garage, 2d and Montgomery.
TUB "RELIABLE" SELF-PLAYING PIANO;
automatic from start to finish. Transconti
nental Machine Co., agenta for Oregon.
SMITH-PREMIER TYPEWRITER, PER
fect order, taken under mortgage, for sale
cheap. Room 6, Washington bldg.
SHOWCASES. COUNTERS. TABLES; COME
and examine. Western Salvage Co., 627-35
TYPEWRITER, NO. 7, REMINGTON. PRAO
tlcally new, cheap. Phone Pacific 643, 584
Donkey engines bought,- sola and rented. 824
Chamber Commerce. Phone Main 2363.
8-HORSEPOWER BOILER CHEAP. AD
dress H. Vetter, 287 Bum side st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Men to learn barber trade Special Inducements
this month; wages while learning. GUI man
Barber College, 627 Clay St., San Francisco.
WANTED SALESMAN TO SELL WAGONS
and buggies in the city. Portland Ware
house A Transfer Co., 842 B. Washington.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PAINTERS AND
paper hangers; none others need apply. A.
A. Church A Co., 26 Taylor st.
WANTED FOR CLERICAL WORK IN vF
flce. a well-educated young man, about 21
years of age. H 48. Oregonian.
WAITED FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN IN
Portland and throughout the state; big wages
to rustlers. 206 McKay bldg.
WANTED WINDOW TRIMMER FOR DRY
goods store in T a com a. at ones; experience
necessary. L 97, Oregonian. .
BOY FOR OFFICE WORK AND TO DE
liver letters. 15 or 16 years old. Address
P. O. Box 727 Portland. Or.
MEALS. 20C; 21 MEALS, $3.50; ROOMS. 23G
and 50c; weekly room and board, $4.60 to $5.
Union Hotel, 81 N. 6th at.
BOYS WANTED TO WORK IN FACTORY
of Pacific Coast Biscuit Company, I2th and
WANTED GOOD ALL-ROUND HARNFJSS
maker, .steady job. T. R. Fisher, North
WANTED PHOTOGRAPH AGENTS, LADIES
or gents: easy seller; big money. Rembrandt,
106 3d st.
WANTED TWO YOUNG MEN TO BOARD
and room, private family; modern. 52 N
WA NTED YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN
stores Apply Le Palais Royal, 375 Washing
WANTED A THIRD HAND BAKER. AP
ply Log Cabin Bakery Co., 114 Russell St.,
WANTED REGISTERED DRUGGIST
state wages expected. Apply G 47, Orego
FOUR MEN AT HANDLES & KIXSEY'S
brickyard, Sylvan, Or. Phone . Suburban
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING, SHOES,
highest price paid. 62 3d. Phone Pacific 46.
WANTED CLEANER AND DYER; MAN
who can do pressing preferred. 211 4th st.
Salesman for Hoe Safety Razor; best ever;
bonansa side line. 315 Oregonian building.
WA If TED A GOOD COATMAKER AT 142
6th st., between Alder and Morrison.
PLUMBER A FIRST-CLASS JOURNEYMAN
wanted. Apply 441 Washington st.
BARBER WANTED 550 SAV1ER ST.; COM
mence work Monday next. May 7.
WANTED A GOOD SPIELER OR BARKER.
Apply H. H. Wilson. 174 3d at.
LABORERS FOR FOUNDRY, PERMANENT
employment. 339 Sherlock bldg.
WANTED BOY. STEADY, FACTOR Y
work. 206 Davie, corner Front.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COAT MAKERS.
Nicoll the tailor. 108 Third at.
W A N T ED M ATTRESS-MAK E R 8. STEADY
work. 4 front, corner ivia.
BOOTBLACK TO RUN STAND; SALARY
and commission, duv sia.
WANTED MAN TO WORK ON FARM.
Inquire 325 Abington bldg.
WANTED BOY TO DELIVER ON BICY-
Cie. call naauuiKLun bi.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COVtTMAKER.
L lftUHtn, laiconui. "V soil.
MAN ACCUSTOMBD TO HANDLE POVV-
der. 340 Sherlock bldg.
WANTED BARBER FOR SATURDAY AT
7S2 3.1 U ww ppi ave.
BRIGHT ACTIVE BOY. UNIQUE TAILOR
ing Co.. 309 Stark.
WANTED DRIVER FOR MEAT MARKET,
E 47. Oregonian.
WANTED BOOTBLACK AT 422 WASHING-
HELP WANTED MALE.
BARBER STUDENTS. TAKE NOTICE!
7B5 th lew governing the barber business
In the State of Oregon requires that all ap
prentices shall serve at least three years
es an apprentice under a registered barber
before he can appear before the State Board
of Barber Examiners for aa examination,
end that apprentices cannot conduct or op
erate a barber shop in this state until he
bss taken the examination ar.d a cert meat
has been granted him by said board. Any
other information upon these lines can b
tad by communicating with H. G. Meyer.
President of the Board of examiners, Sa
PAINTER. R. R. COACH WORK. $3. FREE
fae; bridge carpenters, $3, free fare: bridge
carpenters. South. $2.75 up, free fare; 4
deckhands. $40 and board, for an Inland
r 1 er boa t , f ree f a re ; boy s for a ca nne ry ,
$5 a week: laborers, sawmills, woods, rail
roads and all over: 10 fallers for the Grand
Rtnde country. $; 10 crosscutters and
buckers, same place, $2.75. free fare, for
the R. R. company. Hundreds of others.
See us for work.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
26 North Second Street.
1000 RAILROAD LABORERS WANTED ON
const rx -Hon work of Copper River Railway,
Alaska; wages $3.. to and upwards per day.
M. J. HEN BY. Contractor,
Col man Building, Seattle.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured In from
3 to 6 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; send for our symptom bl-nnk.
X Radlum Medical Institute. 3d and Alder
sts.; entrance 263 Alder st.. Portland.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade In eight weeks. Graduate- earn
from $15 to $25 weekly. Export instruct
ors. Catalogue free. Moler Svetem of Col
leges, 35 North 4th St.. Portland.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL. SUPERIOK.
high-grade nursery stock : complete outfit
furnished free; cash weekly ; w rite today
for cbolcs of territory. Capital Ctty Nursery
Company, Salem. Or.
WANTED TWO DRY-PRESSED FACjNG
oricK setters; also two burners, for my con
tinuous down-draft kiln; burn with coal.
Charles Smith, P. O. box 33, Sand Point,
WANTED BOTS FOR FACTORY WORK;
bag workers preferred; good wages, steady
employment. Applv at once. Ames-Harris-Nevllle
Co., 5th and Davis sts.
WANTED GRAY IRON MOLD ERA. PAT-
ternmakens. flask makers and coremakers.
A only oiTice Pacific Iron A Steel Works,
Fremont. Seattle. Wash.
WANTED BOYS AND GIRLS FOR FAC
tory work; experienced bag workers pre
ferred. Apply at once. Ames-Harris-Neville
Co.. 5th and Davis sts.
WANTED MANDOLIN. GUITAR AND VI 0
lln teachers to go out of town: permanent
position; transportation paid. Address Lock
Box 129. Astoria. Or.
A GOOD. ALL-AROUND MAN FOR GEN
eral store, state experience and salary ex
pected. Single man preferred. Address D
87, care Oregonian.
RELIABLE BOYS. ABOUT 17 YEARS OF
age, who want to learn the business. Ap
ply at Superintendent's office. Olds. Wort
man A King.
"DESTRUCTION OF SAN FRANCISCO"
Best book. large profits, act quick; sample
free. Globe Co., 723 Chestnut St., Phila
FOR $300 YOU CAN SECURE HOMESTEAD
relinquishment; 160 acres good fruit land. 7
miles from town. Hudson Land Co., The
WANTED MAN TO TAKE AGENCY FOR
slot machine In state of Washington: some
thing new; must have $1000. W 48, Ore
gonian. WANTED FOREMAN WANTED; ALSO JOB
printer; steady places for good men ; good
wage?. Quick Print Co., Inc., Aberdeen,
Any Intelligent person may earn good Income
corresponding for newspapers; experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate. Lock port, N. Y.
FIRST-CLASS BROILET: AND LUNCHMAN.
Address G. M. Campbell. 320 James St., Se
attle. Wash. v
WANTED Picture men for photos and por
traits; a winner. Rembrandt, 106 3d t.
WANTED FIRST - CLASS ' CARRIAGE
painters. A. P. Nelson, 164 Union xave.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY X
Kadlum Medical Institute- and Sanitarium.
3d and Alder: entrance 253 -Alder :.
" Portland. - :
WANTED GIRLS FOR FACTORY WORK;
good wages, steady employment. Apply at
- once. Ames-Harris-Neville Co., 6th and Da
HOTEL. RESTAURANT, BOARDING. CAMP
waitresses and cooks. Housework (no limit).
Japanese dishwasher. Drake's, 205 fa Wash
ington. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS,
nurses, waitresses, second girls. St. l,ouis
. Ladies' Agency, 230 Yamhill. ' Main 5413.
GIRLS FOR . HOUSEWORK. GOOD HOME
and good wages; competent girls. Inquire
329 Washington st. ; 3 in famliy. good cook.
stenographer and typewriter; state age. ex
perience and references. V 48. Oregonian.
THE HOME LADIES AGENCY; FEMALE
help wanted ; registration free. 165 4th
St., upstairs, suite 23. Phone Main 6826.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN, CAN
vas vicinity of Portland, $2 per day guar
anteed. J. H. Cross. St. Charles Hotel.
HOUSEKEEPER, UNDER 30, FOR WIDOW
er in another town. Mrs. Wilson's Ladies'
Agency. 2914 Morrison. Pacific 610.
WANTED OPERATORS AND GIRLS TO
learn shirtmakfng. Apply Standard Fac
tory, 2 Grand ave. and E. Taylor st.
W A N TED I M M EDI ATELT-EX PE RIBNC ED
cook, first-class private family; wages $35.
230& Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
LA DY AS CASHIER AND STBNOGRAPH
er; good pay to right person. Inquire Port
land Hotel Haberdashery, Friday.
WANTED TWO NEAT GIRLS TO ASSIST
in millinery store; pleasant position. Mar
garet Walker, 493 Washington art.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR COOKING
and houeework, 3 In family, good wages.
94 N. 21st st.. corner Flanders.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN TO
take care of baby; references required. Ap
ply mornincs, 231 N. 24th st.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
tiZ Washington st.. cor. 7th, upstair.
Phcns Main 2692. .
WANTED GIRL FOR GBNERAL HOUSB
work; good plain cook; two in family. Ap
ply 812 Johnson st.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT SHIRTMAK
ers and finishers. Jacobs Shirt Co., Hamil
ton bide., 131 3d st.
WANTED A COMPETENT OIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; aiso -one for second work.
Apply 575 Hoyt st.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK;
small salary ; no objection to going to
school. 5S5 Sth.
WANTED AT ONCE IN PRIVATE BOARD
in g-house, kitchen girl and dining-room girl.
340 Ankeny st.
WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
and cook one meal, $20. Apply after 10,
91 Grand are. t
GIRLS WANTED TO-WORK IN FACTORY
of Pacific Coast Biscuit Company, 12tb. and
EXPERIENCED SALESLADY FOR COAT
and suit department. Apply 375 Washing
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E
work, two in family; gocd wages. 302 K
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK AND CARE OF
4-year-old boy. 236 King st. Phone Ma;n
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Apply 529 Johnson St.. near
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRLS TO
make "Boss of All" overalls at 75, 1st st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL H0USE
work. small family. Apply 389 Harrison st.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOt'SE
work. BM Schuyler st. Phone Scott 2482.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN COOK. RTVER
slde Hotel, St. Johna. Phone Union 3102.
WANTED AT ONCE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Inquire at 128 North 18th st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOL'SE-
. A lnr.lv TQ1 Cai-lar at
GOOD WOMAN COOK IN PRIVATE
i it r- 11 r.l 7th at
American Can Co.. foot 14th tt. J
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
8 CANNERY GIRLS. NO EXPERIENCE. M
a week up; woman for glove factory. St
day, no experience; 6 seamstresses, 1.50 ii
$2; 10 boarding-house waitresses, $2 and.
board : 3 chambermaids. $2: waitress, fi'O
to $25; chambermaid and plain wash, S"fu,
hotel, I 'mat ilia, fares paid; cook. $K; hoi..
girls. $15 to $30; housekeeper, widower. ?2i.
Child's nurse who reads music and piays
Three ironers. hotel, $25 and found : 3
mangle hands. S25 and found: laundry for
lady. $12 week; polisher, ironers. starves
era, different places, $2 day, ctty and coun
try. Pantry woman, experienced. $8 to $10 a
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
3431, Washington st.. ccr. 7th St.. upstairs.
CAPABLE WOMEN WANTED.
If you work, why not earn more than a
Re Independent. Do good.
The Vtavi Company already employs over
The work covers 23 countries of the world.
We will entertain applications from capa
Not canvassing, but a helpful, dignified
Address by mail only.
THE VIAVI COMPANY.
Lewis Building. Portland. Or.
Applicants for all kinds of wotk register
with us. free of charge, so we may locate
you on short notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
43 Vj. Washington st.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
LADIES EMPLOYED TO DO FANCY
work; material sent; easy, rapid work: good
pay; steady; for sample and particulars
address N. C. Hulln. Berkeley. Cal.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wage's: also nice air!
to come from 9 to 6 and care for baby.
605 B. Main, corner 10th.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
chambermaids, nurses. waitresses. house
maids. Mrs. Wilson's Ladies' Agency, 21U
Morrison. Pacific 610.
W A NT B D AN EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT
bookkeeper, lady, salary $40. Address, stat
ing previous experience and references. E
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 595
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALB-
The Great Western Employment Office. 004j
Couch st. Phone Main 3518. We make a
specialty cf furnishing all klr?ds of labor.
S. St. Clair, general manager.
WANTED MAN AND WIFE TO COOK
and take care of coufitry place In 'Vancou
ver: betst recommendations required. Apply
29 Second st.
CHINESE. JAPANESE WANTED; HOTEL
clerk. $:i0; boarding-car cook; two waitresses,
together. Drake, 205 -fc Washington.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN LEARN
newspaper illustrating and cartooning at
home evenings. F 46. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Book keepers and Clerks.
BOOKKEEPING I WILL POST TOUR
books dally, make up -your statements an
take off monthly trial balxuice. at small ex
pense; satisfaction guaranteed. Murtoa tha
accountant. 634 Chamber Commerce, aiaia
SITUATION WANTED BY THOROUGHLY
competent office man or bsjnk keeper, cashier,
etc.; experienced wholesale grocery. sta--tionery
and jewelry. Address A 47, Ore
gonian. SITUATION WANTED TRAVELING
salesman, well acquainted with drug and
stationery trade; competent, energetic and
highest references. Address C 47, Ore
gonian. SITUATION EXPERIENCED BOOK KEEP
er and correspondent ; 4 years experience
with various firms: reliable, accurate and
energetic. C 48, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED IN CITY BY TOUN'l
man. flrst-claee salesman, well posted .in
several lines: highest references. Address
B 47. Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN. ACQUAINTED
with city trade and familiar with all Coast
territory, desires position ; references. C 46,
POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER. WITH SOME
reliable firm who desires the service of a
good m-in ; best of references. D 47,
EXPERIENCED CIGAR CLERK WANTS
extra work, 7 to 12 P. M. Main 7161.
AN EXPERIENCED JAPANESE DOMESTIC ;
worker wants a pofition as & bell or hall-r':
bov in a hotel or office boy; speaks English,
we'll; nice-looking. Henry T. Tanaka. 1VI
15th St., city, care Japanese M. B. Church.
POSITION WANTED BY BRICKMAKEK.
understands all kinds of brickmaking ma
chinery; also setting and burning; competent
to take charge of yard: would make brick
by contract. J 35, Oregonian.
JAPANESE DOMESTIC SERVANTS, HOUSE
c lean ere and other laborers furnished. Tna
Nippon Employment Office, room 2, 29 N,
3d st., city. Main 6164. P. O. Box 175.
SITUATION BY MILLWRIGHT; UNDER
stands all kinds of mining machinery; good,
draughtsman: Southern Oregon preferred,
situation In quartz mill. O 48. Oregonian.
ENGINEER DESIRES POSITION UNDER-
stands Corliss and high-speed engines; first
class mechanic; do mechanical and electrical
repairing. A 44, Oregonian.
TWO GOOD JAPANESE BOYS WANT PO.
sit Ions as cooks, both or one, or dishwasher
in hotel or restaurant; anywhere. N. F.,
71 N. 3d st.
YOUNG JAP A NESTS WISHES POSITION A3
schoolboy In a small fa mil y ; speaks weTl .
Frank Naga. care Japanese Mission, 121,
JAPANESE, EXPERIENCED COOK. WANTS
work In family. Address Japanese Mis--sion.
121 N. 15th. Phone Pacific 2148.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION -CAJ
furnish domestic serranta, farmers also; all
kinds of help. Main 4659. 268 Everett.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON CESSPOOL
digging. S. D. Watts. 226 Ebby St., Monta
vllla. Phone East 4312.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION DO
housework; private family; speaks good Eng
lish. G 45, Oresronian.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO DO
housework, help cook or wait. Phone Pacific
2148. Name, H. H.
JAPANBSI- BOY WISHES SITUATION AS
schoolboy in small family; wagei no objeot.
R 46, Oreaonian. .
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITIJAT'OM
auy kind work, before noon or afternooa.
45 N. 1st St.
Men's cast-off clothing, shoes, hishest pricea
paid. 7314 N. 3d st. Phone PaclHo 1694.
EXPERT PACKER AND SHIPPING .CLEJIKJ
desires position. D 48, Oregonian.
SITUATION W ANTE I) FKMAXJt.
Bookkeepers and Btenooaraphers.
BOOKKEEPING I WILL POST TOUR
books daily. ma.k up your statements asil
take off monthly trial balance: at mall
expense; satisfaction auarante.il. Murtoa
the accountant. S3 Chamber Commarca,
Main 4889. ' '
ALL KINDS CF EEW1XO DOXI BY Ex
perienced party; skirt a specialty: worlc
ctiaranteed. SAS'A East Waablnstoa. b.c. '-'
Union and Grand ave.
LADIES' HATS REMADE AND RDTFtlM
med; order work a specialty. Mrs. West
phal, 211 12th. Msin 7161.
SITUATION WANTED NEAT, KXFKKI
enced Danish girl as children's nurse or up
stairs work, sewing; wages 2U up. HuDii
Yamhill. Main 5413.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER. COMPE
ter.t in legal and educational lines.. dlr.s
responsible position; best reference. T 48,
A NEAT COLORED WOMAN WOULD LIKE
to do chamberwork in hotel. M 46. Orego-
SITUATION WANTED BY CAPABLE, UP-to-date
hotel or restaurant cook : no objec
tion to logging or railroad camp; can fur
nish help. Address Cook. The Kingston,
ldo '3d st., Portland. Phone Pacirtc 09;.
SITUATION FIRST-CLASS FAMILY . COOK,
hotel or -camp cook, chambermaid., house- ,
keepers, nurses, dishwashers. Mrs.. Wilson's
Indies' Agency. 291 Morrison.' Pacific
EXPERIENCED WOMAN COOK DESIRES
situation in camp or hotel; wages W to S7.V
St. Louis Agency. 230t Yamhill. Main 54 i.1.-
HOME LAUNDERED LACE CURTAINS,
Phone Union 127S. Call up 9 to 11. Mrs.