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THE MORNING. OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1907.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
N. B. We are Headquarters for
Rugs. Oriental and Domestic
J. G. MACK & GO.
CARPETS AND DRAPERIES.
86-88 THIRD STREET
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL KEPOKT.
rtiRTLAND. Dei-. 19. Maximum temper
ature. 38 degree; minimum, 32. River reading
at 8 A. M-. 4.9 feet; change In last 24 hours,
0.8 feet. Total rainfall, 6 P. M. to 5. P. M.,
.28 Inch; total rainfall since SeptemDer 1,
13.60 Inches; normal rainfall since September
1. 16.40 inches; deficiency, 2. SI inches. Tu
la! sunshine December 18, 6 hours, &4 min
utes; possible sunshine December 18, 8 hours,
88 minutes. Barometer, (reduced to sea level)
at 6 P. M., 2U.68 Inches.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 5 P. M., Pacific
time, December 19;
5 3 Wind. 4
STATIONS. B 2 ?
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3 5 ? St
1241 T I 4' . . B
13210.00 10! NW
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The storm noted yesterday evening off the
Washington coast is apparently dividing Into
two parts, one of which Is now central off
the mouth of the Columbia River and the
other is forming over Nevada. The follow
ing maximum wind velocities have been re
ported: Tatoosh Inland. 6tf miles east, and
North Head 30 miles east. The storm warn
ings are continued at all seaports, but it is
not expected the storm will be a severe one
on this coast. During the last 24 hours light
to moderately heavy rains have fallen In
Western Oregon. Western Washington and
Northern California, snd some snow fell in
the Interior of Western Oregon preceding
the rain. East of the Cascade Mountains
the weather Is threatening, but no snow of
consequence has fallen except In the Walla
Walla country, where about an Inch and a
half Is reported.
The indications are for rain Friday In
Western Oregon and . Western Washliyrtm,
and for rain or snow east of the Cascade
Mountains. It will be slightly warmer.
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain, pos-
RAH! RAH! RAH! OREGON
SATURDAY NIGHT. DECEMBER 21
The University of Oregon
Glee and Mandolin Clubs
PRICES Lower floor. $1.00 and 75c. Bal
cony. 75c snd 50c. Gallery, 25c.
Seats Now Selling at Theater.
Four Nights. Beginning Sunday. -SPECIAL,
Mr. John Cort Presents
in "JHE MAN ON THE BOX"
Evenings, ft. 60 to r e; Matinees, 1 to 25c
Portland's Famous Theater. Phone Main 0.
Only Three More Performances Tonight,
Saturday Matineo and Saturday Night.
The Sweetest Love Story Ever Told,
"QTJTNCx ADAMS SAWYER,"
The Greatest New England Comedy Ever
Evenings, 25c, 50c, 75c. Matinee, 25c, SOc.
BAKER THEATER Fbon Main a
GEO. L. BAKER, General Manager.
Home of the famous Baker Stock Company.
All this week, an elaborate production of
Alexandre Dumas' romantic drama,
"THK THREE MUSKETEERS."
A play everyone should witness. Scenery
find costumes correct and beautiful. Great
Evenings 25c, 35c, SOc. Matinees 15c, 25c
EMPIRE THEATER Phone Mam m
MIVTON W4 SEAMAN. Manager.
Tonight Every Night This Week.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Lillian Mortimer's Startling Modern Melo
"GIRL OF THE STREETS." -Special
scenic production. Thrills and
Nights 15c, 25c. 35c. 50c: matinees. 10c. 20c.
Next Attraction "Why Girls Leave Home."
Both Fhones: Main 4685; Home, A 1026.
W'eek, commencing Monday, December 16,
The Allen Stock Company Presents ths
Thrilling Detective Drama.
"CAUGHT IX THE WEB."
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
nd Sunday. Prices 10c and 20c. Every
evening at 8:15. Prices 10c. 20c and 30c.
Boxes COc. Office open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
THE STAR phones
Entire week of Dee. 16th.
The R. E. French Stock Company Presents
"FROM FARM TO FACTORY"
A Melodrama In Four Acts.
Matinee Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. Prices 10c and 20c.
Evenings, 15c. 25c and 35c at 8:15.
Next Week "The Queen of the White
Btark St a.
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
AMERICAN NEWSBOYS QUARTETTE
In Comedy Singing, Comedy Dancing and
The Best Is at Pantagea
Performances dally at 2:30, 7:30 and
P. M. Admission 15 cents; lower floor 25c;
boxes SOc. Any seat, weekday matinees, Ida
Prices Evenings, 15c and 25c Three
performances dally. 2:30. 7:80 and 8:19
P. M. Week day matinee prices, 15c to all
parts of ths house, except boxes.
THK WORLD'S FAMOUS EDDI FAMTXiV.
MURPHY. WHITMAN CO.
And plenty of other Bis; Ones.
Poolt tali to visit thai Grand bU wislr
Lslbly part snow In the early morning. Winds
Western Oregon Occasional rain, possibly
part snow, except near the Coast. Southerly
wlnda continuing high along the Coast.
Western Washington Occasional rain.
High southerly winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Rain or enow.
AUCTION BALES TODAY.
At 2 P. M.. special sale of bric-a-brac,
china, etc.. at Baker. Auction House,
cornerXAlder and Park st. Baker & Son.,
PORTLAND LODGE, NO. 66. A.
F. & A. M. Stated communication
, this (Friday) evening, at 7:30
o clock, in new Masonic Temple, cor
ner West Park and Yamhill streets.
Election and Installing- of officers for
ensuing- year. Visiting brethren welcome. By
order of the W. M.
I. W. PRATT, Sec"y.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL, NO. 3,
R. A S. M. Annual assembly this
(Friday) evening. 7:30 o'clock, la
Masonic Hall. Burkhart bulldins.
East Side. Election of officers and
payment of dues, vimtms; compan
ions welcome. By order Th. lil. M.
C. M. BB.OSY, Rec
A. &. A. 8. RITE. MULTNO
MAH COUNCIL OF KADOBH
NO. 1. Special meeting- In
Auditorium, Scottish Rite Ca
thedral, this evening; at 8
o'clock. Work In 30th degree.
By order Eminent Commander.
MULTNOMAH CAMP, NO.
77. W. O. W. Meeting every
Friday night at 112 East Sixth
street, visitors welcome.
EDWIN L. MINAR, C. E. " '
J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk.
BUCK December 19. to the wife of Dr. L.
Buck, a bay. ,
MARTIN Mrs. Agnes Martin, mother of
Mrs. S. B. Edwards. 1100 Franklyn St.,
in the 77th year of her age. Interment
J. P. FIN LEY ft SON, Funeral Directors,
Third and Madison. I'hone Main 9, A lo8.
Dunning. MeEntee Gllbaagn. Funeral Di
rector., 7th ft fine. Phone M. 430. Lady asst.
ERICSOSf UNDERTAKING CO., 40S Aides
St. Lady assistant. Phone Main 6113.
EDWARD HOI-MAN CO.. funeral Direct,
ars, 120 3d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 507.
KELLER-BYRNES CO, Funeral Dlreet
rs. 1873 Russell. East 1038. Lady assistant,
F. 8. DUNNING. Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lads' assistant. Phone East St.
PINE timber claims. Hi to 2 million
feet, for location. For particulars call
on G. N. White. 34 Raleigh Bldg., 323 ft
DO you wont an established nlckelodlon? In
quire 312 Alder at., city.
A BARGAIN .
26 miles from Portland by boat or R. R.,
mile from landing, 30 acres in culti
vation, all in fence, over 603 bearing;
fruit trees, assorted; fine house costing
$1200; large barn, $500; wood, fruit,
chicken, pig and other outbuildings; 10
head of cattle, 3 fresh milk cows, 4
more coming in soon; 2 good horses;
150 chickens; all implements, good as
new; 3 wagons, 1 buggy, etc.; all fur
niture and garden tools; 4 pigs; plenty
of hay and feed. This is a bargain and
will bear your closest inspection. All
for $4800. 21 acres good timber. Call
COAST COMMERCIAL CO.
604 Dekum Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
1500-acre stcck ranch; 310 per acre; all
fenced: all tillable; substantial Improve
ments; In Douglas County; or will exchange
for Portland property or close-In acreage,
JACKSON ft DEERING,
Phone Main 345. 246 Stark st.
NEW BRICK WAREHOUSE
50x100 (or more), lower or upper floor;
electric freight elevator, railroad switch at
side door. Apply to
CHARLES H. DODD,
395 North 18th, corner Upshur.
Mortgage Loans, Lowest Rates
Real Estate and Insurance
A. H. BIRRELL
KOI to 208 McKay Bide. Sd and Stark.
Will sell watches, diamonds, jewelry, guitars
and violins for amount loaned and one
month's Interest for this month only, at
lUMlt, near Aider, Portland. Or.
Desire to announce to their business
associates and the public of the re
moval of their offices from the Mallory
Bulletins: to the La. Fayette Building,
313ii Washington, corner Sixth street,
where they will be pleased to meet you
in the future.
LORRINTON Are the tracts we are handling and de
sire to close them out by the early part
of Spring. Lots are selling at the same
price and a few of the choice ones are
yet unsold. Call on us at your early
convenience. Rooms 3-4-5 La Fayette
Building, corner Sixth and Washington.
Main 2707. A 2707.
LIGHT. CLEAN, MODERN
STORK. SSa OAK STREET,
N EAR THIRD, FOR 'RENT
CHEAP 25x5 FEET IX SIZE.
ALSO 3 LARGE OFFICE ROOMS,
SECOND FLOOR, STONE BtTM.D
I ;. THIRD AND OAK
STREETS. NORTH LIOHT,
BROAD WINDOW S, STEAM
HEAT, ETC. APPLY TO
Portland Trust Company
S. E. COn. THIRD AND OAK STS
When you can pay a small deposit at B.
Wo If el o Jewelry Store and hare any article
held until Christmas? Don't miss the place,
92 6th St.. near Stark.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
BUT BARGAINS NOW.
$1000 for 6 rooms, near car, $150 down
(or less), balance $15 monthly.
1000 for quarter block, near Piedmont
carbarns, business district.
600 old established tin shop, stock and
3000 woodyard, barns, dock, stock of
wood and coal.
300O 10-acre tract, running; water.
650 10-acre tract. In timber.
650 lot on Weidler st., In Installments.
PORTLAND INVESTORS CO.,
208 Stork st.. room 12.
$500 DOWN and $225 every quarter will buy
a new, modern 7-room house, 60x100, cor.
of E. 19th and Everett; furnace, laundry
tubs, gas, electricity, etc.; large llvlift
joom; easy walking distance.
H. P. PALMER,
222 Falling Bldg.
Lot 150x100, S. E. corner 14th and Thom
son, $1300. Inside lot on 14th. between
Thomson and Tillamook, $1150. Lot 60x100,
on 22nd street, between Thomson and Till
amook, $1000. Room GO Hamilton bulldins-.
NEW modern 5-room cottage, furnished
with new furniture on Mount Scott car
line, 20 minutes from the heart of city,
200 feet from car line; price with furni
ture, $2000; $1000 cash, balance to suit.
O 454, Oregonian. ?
WEST SIDE 8-room 2-story house on 60x
100 corner, for $1200, $500 down; with 4
lots, large barn and shop. $4500; good
factory site; must sell; bargain. Port
land Homes Co., 204 Morrison st.
FOUR modern flats, 8 rooms each. West Side,
close In; pays 12 per cent net on purchase
price; $3000 cash to handle, bal, to suit;
price very reasonable. M.- E. Lee, room 20
Raleigh bldg., 323 H Wash. st.
FOR SALE By owner, new 7-room house,
modern throughout, near 2 carllnes, block
from sohool and business center; a bargain.
Call and be convinced. Call 807 Alblna
ave. Take L or R.-S. car.
$550 BUYS fine building lot near 37th and
Hawthorne ave. ; graded street and walk;
Vi cash, bal. to suit. Kindly call M. E.
Lee, room 20 Raleigh buldg., 823 Wash,
WEST SIDE $3000; 6-room houBe and lot;
furnace, gas. electricity; Market st., walk
ing distance; owner forced to sell. Jas. C.
Logan, room 20 Raleigh bldg., 323 Wash,
FARMS, residences and lots; we have some
of the best buys; it will pay you to In
vestigate before buying elsewhere. Mc
Callum & Gregg. 223 Chamber of Com
merce. CHOICE 5 -acre lots for sale on the Oregon
electric carllne; also a few special bar
gains In larger tracts near the city. W.
E. Burke. 620 Chamber of Commerce bldg
100-foot corner lot, 15-foot alley. In
Piedmont; three $5000 houses In block;
terms. O 468. Oregon! an.
BUY from owner and save commission, nice"
6-room bungalow, modern every way, full
concrete basement, on carllne, near Pied
mont. Phone East 2466; easy terms.
MUST be sold. 8 -room new house; large rooms
and the best home in Portland at the price,
$3000; terms $1000 cash. ,See owner and
house, 1004 Lincoln st.
FOR 6ALE cheap, five-room modern bun
galow, close to car, one or two full lots;
terms. Owner, George Ross, Fir land sta
tion. Mount Scott.
$900 4 -room cottage, 753 E. 8th; terms.
New modern cottage. 766 E. 6th. bath,
gas, $1550. Owner. 208 4th. Main 3900.
$76 SACRIFICE lot. 26x100, East 26th
near Alnsworth ave.; city water. L 454,
GREAT SNAP Vernon ; large lot, 68x1 00 ;
$375, $10 down, balance $5 a month. Apply
owner, 1140 E. 24th North, corner of Kill
ingsworth. SPECIAL hair-cutting, 25c, shoes chined free;
the Model Barber Shop, the finest 9-chair
shop in the city; only best of barbers em-
YOU MAKE THE TERMS.
Beautiful 8-room residence, modern, with
furnace. Direct from owner. 819 Belmont.
6-ACRE tract on Oregon City electric car
line; a beautiful building site; $OO0, half
cash. H. G. Starkweather, Mllwaukie, Or.
SELLWOOD TOWNS1TH CO. makes a spe
cialty of Sellwood home and vacant lota.
1665 E. 13th st. Phone Sellwood 161.
CHOICE RESIDENCE. LOTS.
Owner will sell several lot on any
terms; prices right. -S19 Belmont st.
FOR SALE or exchange, a new 6-room
bungalow; this is a snap. -International
Investment Co.. 309 Mcleay Bldg. -
BARGAIN New modern 7-room hous, cor
ner, $2650 ; terms. Plttenger, 614 H Com
mercial st. Call mornings.
MUST be sold. 8-room new house. Don't
miss it If you want a home or bargain.
L 449, Oregonian.
H. P. PALMER. 222 Falling bldg., makes a
specialty of selling houses in the East
. Burnside district.
SEASIDE cottage, snap; 1600; 2 lots, furni
ture, city water. C. W. Stone, 301 Swet
BRAND NEW, strictly modern 6-room cot
tage, Sunnyslde; will sell on installment.
$950 A sacrifice. 6-room house. 50x100 lot;
rent paying 12 per qent- Owner, G 467.
LARGE, modern 6-room cottage, corner,
$2800, $500 cash, balance to suit. Phone
SPHINX AGENCY, business and residence
property. 808 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
$1100 FOR lot, or $2800 for 100x100 ojj cor
ner, Holladay's Add. Phone Main 447.
MUST sell 14
of sand, 10 clear; need
14 First st.
FOB SALE RE AX ' ESTATE.
10 ACRES, all In cultivation, fine eoll, good
house and barn, one mile from Oregon City
carllne; price $3250; terms.
11 acres on Peninsula, all In cultiva
tion, fine soiL 6-room house; price $12,600;
6 acres, all in cultivation, near Vsncouver
and St. John carllne; beautiful view, fine
oil; price $7000; terms. , ,
New 6-room house, modern, two lots, fruit,
Z blocks from carllne. Owners going away;
110 Second St.
2 ACRES. 4-robm cottage,-city limits, W. W.
New 7-room house, lot 80x100, 1 block
carllne; $3500. . I
6-room house, lot 60x100 ; $ 1700. 2 lota
2 7-room, up-to-date houses, Holladay's
L, A. WRENN,
405 Abington bldg. Phone Main 8042.
LARGE, 8-room strictly modem residence, one
of the finest homes on the East Side, for
sale at a sacrifice, or owner would, accept
smaller hoiure as part payment; if your
place is too small for you, it will pay you
to investigate this great bargain. Jas. C.
j Logan, room 20 Raleigh bldg., 323 Wash,
6-ROOM cottage, almost new. Porcelain
plumbing, full cement basement, on car
line and in nice part of .Che city. O. M.
Smith, 638 Cham, of Com.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GARDENELRS AND FRUITGROWERS.
22 acres, with about 7 acres beaverdam,
the very best kind, about 5 acres cleared,
tiled and drained, balance upland In light
brush, easily cleared. On account of its
peculiar position it is the finest and. beat
orchard prospect in Oregon, with perfect
drainage. Springs, never dry, furnish an
excellent irrigation plant under perfect con
trol for the beaverdam. Close to Port
land. This property should ultimately bring
an income of from $60CO to $10,000 per year;
price $3600. A special invitation to gar
deners and fruitgrowers to inspect this. W.
A. Hoasack, 200 Salmon at.
FRUIT LANDS AT MOSIER.
In 10-acre tracts, to trade for city prop
erty; cleared or uncleared; lays 3 miles
of Mosler on main state road ; prices
from $40 to $130 per acre.
J. M. CAMERON CO.,
$10 A DAY and expenses paid if not found as
represented. Any one who to looking for a
choice farm of any kind, small or large,
will do himself Justice by Investigating my
extensive list of bargains In excellent farms
throughout the Northwest or near Portland.
F. PUCHS, 221 Morrison at.
SUNSHINE, blue skies, orange groves. Or
land, Cal., Is booming! Cheap rich land and
Government irrigation works building. W.
W. Payne, agent. 1200 Williams ave. Phone
Wood lawn 1118.
485 ACRES Improved stock and grain farm
near Portland; $28 per acre; would con
sider Portland residence as part payment.
319 Chamber of Commerce. Phones Main
4261; A 2727.
$2000 15 acres near "Vancouver, Wash., good
buildings, lots of fruit, in high state of
cultivation. Owner. Adell Cain, Orchards,
Clark County, Wash. R. F. D. route 1,
e FOB SALE TIMBER LAND.
OREGON, WASHINGTON, CALIFORNIA.
JAMES D. LACEY & CO..
vnicago. rsew Orleans, Seattle. v
LARGS body of yellow flr and cedar; new
modern mills, on two railroads; town site;
of interest to Investors; no agents. Pacific
Lumber & Shingle Co 605 Chamber of
CHOICE homesteads, also timber claims, with
from 3 million to 7 million feet each; no
agents, no triflers wanted. Particulars, call
or address The Coast Realty Co., 226
PINE timber claims, 1 to 2 H million
feet, for location. For particulars call
on G. N. White. No. 84 Raleigh Bldg.,
323 Washington st.
CALL ON US.
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
Couch Bldg., 109 4th st., near Wash.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment; will exchange
for city property; will assume mortgage.
X 257, Oregonian.
TWO good homestead timber claims, Lin
coln County, $100 each. Loren Seward,
WE locate you on a timber claim, 4 to 6
million on each claim, for $100. Call
No. 7 N. 2d st.
TIMBER wanted. Sphinx Agency, room
308. Chamber of Commerce bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
$10,000 WORTH of the very finest hair tonic
end free shines to be given away at the
Model Barber Shop; hair-cutting 25 cents;
the finest 9-chair shop in the city; only
best of barbers employed. 91 6th st.
WANTED City property, farms and timber
420 Lumber Exchange bldg.
HAVE customers for Improved and unim
proved real estate; list your property
with me. H. W. GODDARD, 110 Second
st. Phone Main and A 1743.
WANTED A 6-room house; can pay $200
Oregon Trust Co. Tel. bonds; balance $10
or 15 per month. 223 Chamber of Com
merce. WANTED Modern house, 7 or 8 rooms, north
of Washington, west of 18th; price must be
right. E 462, Oregonian.
ALL kinds of real estate wanted by F.
Dubois. Washington Bldg, room 3.
LARGS 8-room strictly modem residence, one
of the finest homes on the East Side, for
sale at a sacrifice, or owner would accept
smaller house as part payment; if your
place is too small for you. It will pay you
to investigate this great bargain. Jas. c.
Logan, room 20 Raleigh bldg., 323H Wash,
$6000 TO $10,000 stock In Portland com
pany, earned 20 per cent last year;- will
exchange for city or suburban real es
tate. R 454, care Oregonian.
REAL estate for Oregon Trust & Savings
deposit. Alnsworth Smith, 809 Wells-Fargo
WILL trade for what you have. L. -Alnsworth
Smith, 309 Wells-Fargo bldg.
CADALLIC automobile exchanged for real es
tate. 169 11th st. Phone Main 1578.
FARMS and acreage of all descriptions;
have buyerse waiting; can't supply the
demand. F. Dubois, Washington Bldg.,
JAPANESE wants contract; about 60 acres
clear or unclear land, within lO miles from
Portland. Address F 455, Oregonian.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment. Address Mrs.
I. M. Johnson, Tourney bldg., cor. of Sec
ond and Taylor st.
WANTED AND FOB SALE LAND SCRIP.
ALL kinds, including approved forest re
serve sorip, for surveyed, unsurveyed tim
ber and prairie Government land. H. M.
Hamilton, "The Portland," Portland, Or.
PUBLIC land scrip- for sale; land, mining
practice. D. N. Clark, Atty., Washington,
FOB SALE FARMS.
ACRE tracts along the line of the O. W. p.
from $65 up. We make a specialty of
farms and acreage in this locality.
420 Lumber Exchange bldg.
WILL lease 20 acres for term of years for
clearing same: land near Clarnle, on 0
R. se N., 7 miles east of city; Japs pre
ferred. Apply at 28 Va Union avenue north
today between 1 and 4 P. M.
WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
WANTED A dairy to rent, 100 cows, more
or less, shares or cash. R. Wilson, Ore
gon City, Oregon.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
ONE team, 1200 and 1800, harness and
wagon, $150; camp at foot Nevada t.,
gsiBM to rest rear 67 B Burndds.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
PASTURE FOR HORSES.
Ladd & Reed farm. Bachelor lelaad. 700
acres fine pasture; large bams; stock put
up every n lght ; dally boat to and from
place. D. E. Keasey, room 7, Chamber of
Commerce. Both phones.
$85 BUYS handsome - bay driving horse, 7
years; weight 900; harness and top buggy;
taken for board bill. Dexter Stables, 45
Hubert & Hall. 266 4th. dealers In horses
andvehlcles; horses and vehicles for rent.
FIVE head work horses for sale cheap.
Nobby Stables. 12th and Flanders.
FOR SALE Smith & Barnes upright piano,
in good condition; will sell same on easy
terma Phone Main 62S0, room 79 Glendora
Hotel, after 6 P. M.
PHONE Main 6273 for canary birds; fine
Christmas presents. O 459, Oregonian.
FINE cabinet grand upright piano; $150. Call
evenings after 6 P. M., 351 West Park.
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard and
pool tables; easy payments; we rent tablet
with privilege of buying: modern bar fix
tures: cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col-lender,
49 3d st.
LAUNCH 22 ft., canopy top, 6 H. P. Smal
ley engine; boathouse and complete
equipment; all. guaranteed in perfect or
der; boy can operate. Inquire 90 5th st.
ART exhibition for Xrr.as. On account of
the financial flurry We are forced to sell our
entire stock at cost. Artistic framing a
.specialty. Art Emporium. 348 Alder.
MOVING-PICTURE MACHINES, films, song
elides, views, supplies; rented, sought, Nbold.
exchanged; lowest prices. Kewman's, 203
Burnside. Phono Main 8458.
BUY or sell furniture, stoves and household
goods. Call Main 6374 or A 2327. We went
your trade. The Dollar.
FOR BALE Two fresh young cows, part
Jerseys, gentle and good milkers, reason
able price. 302 Front st.
FOR SALE One motor, and motor generator
for sale cheap ; price $125. G 4ti9, Ore
gonian. ' FOR SALE Cheap, 30-30 Winchester re
peating rule, nearly new. Phone Main
MOVING-plcture machines, films and slides,
rented and exchanged. Welster. 375 Stark st.
Moving-picture machines. supplies, repairs,
film elides; bargains. Stevens, 165 4th st.
WILL sacrifice $150 diamond ring for $100
if sold at once. P 401, Oregonian.
SCOTCH COLLIE pups, seven weeks old.
Pedigree with each. 471 E. 12th st.
TWO first-class fresh milch cows. 1480 Ma
cadam str. Take Fulton car.
EILERS piano certificate; value $67.86, for
$25. Call at COS Alder st.
WHY not buy a Navajo blanket or rug for
Xmas. 665 Wash. st.
FOR SALE: A-l hand printing; press, 7x11.
628 Everett st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
BRIGHT YOUNG MEN to prepare for postal
clerks on the railroad; Government posi
tions; salaries near $70 a month to start and
opportunity for promotion with advanced
pay. Must be physically strong and near 3
ft. 6 in. In height. Call ,'oday for further
reference. Pacific States School, 613 Mc
Kay bldg. ,
YOUNG man of good appearance; must be
over 6 feet 6 Inches tall, about 21 years
of age, as floerwalker and window trlm-
mer; state former experience, references and
salary desired. Addre&s N 198. Oregonian.
PROTECT yourself for $1 per month against
accident, sickness and death. Write or
call for full Information. Northwestern
Health and Accident Association. ZO'J
Wells-Fargo bldg. Agents wanted.
Men to learn electricity, plumbing, plastering.
bricklaying, all kinds of drafting and plan
reading; day and night: no books; positions
secured; free catalog. Coyne Trade School.
230-240 Eighth st., San Franctsco.
MEN and women to learn barber trade In
eight weeks; graduates earn from $15 to
$25 weekly; expert Instructors; catalogue
free. Moler System of Colleges, 36 North
Fourth st.,' Portland.
WANTED 200 good men. Call today at 91
6th st. and get your shoes ehined free; hair
cutting 25 cents. The Model, the fines 9
chalr barber shop in the city; only beat of
WANTED Every man to know that all our
Burt & Packard "Burrojap" patent
leather shoes are "guaranteed." Price $4.
"Korrect Shape" shoe store, 293 Morrison.
SALESPEOPLE, bookkeepers, stenographers,
collectors, general mds., shipping, grocer
and bill. Clerks Registration Bureau, 386
YOU can make big wages; easy work; no
capital or experience required ; we tell you
how. Room 28, hours 1 to 6. 488 Wash
WANTED Young men to study telegraphy;
permanent positions at gpod wages when
competent. Oregon College, S. W. cr. 5th
WANTED Young man to do light work
around college In exchange for tuition;
call Immediately. Oregon College, 6th
WANTED Young men to study telegraphy;
permanent positions at good wages when
competent. Oregon College, S. W. cor. 5th
WANTED Reliable man for position as
partner In messenger business; pay $4 a
day; $250 required. Call 248 Mi Stark St.
8 GROUND men, Telegraph Co., $35 and
found; 1 traction engineer; 2 rip rap men,
3; 10 stationary men. Hansen, 26 N. 2d st.
WANTED Salesmen, all lines, bookkeepers,
stenographers and clerical men. Call or write
Commercial Abstract Co.. 323 u, Wash. st.
WANTED Two first-class machinists who
understand thoroughly the use of modern
tools and machinery. . V 456, Oregonian.
EXPT7RT court reporter from East wants pu
pils for shorthand, typewriting and book
keeping. C 299. Oregonian.
WANTED An intelligent man with soma
experience in the Insurance business. Ad
dress H 458. Oregonian,
WANTED Two capable and experienced
salesmen. Call 148 5th St., 2nd floor, front,
and ask for manager.
FOR SALE Cheap, complete fine motion
picture outfit, including films, song slides.
C 483. Oregonian.
MAN wanted for best seller out. Call be
tween 2 and 6 P. M. 27 Barr Hotel, 6th
WANTED Man to collect and keep plain oc
counte; state salary; deposit required. F 461,
YOUNG man with small capital can buy in
terest In real estate business. O 462, Ore
gonian. California Wine Dopot, headquarters for cooks
and helpers. 148 4th st. Pac. 2183. Pi Loratl.
WANTED Honest young man for real estate
office; can make big money. 1R91, 4th st.
HIG H-CL A SS salesman, $ 16, 000 profit,
something new. 215 Commercial bldg.
WANTED Baker; good man on coffee cake
and pies. . Address M 463, Oregonian.
600 MEN wanted Free shaves and haircuts.
284 Couch st.. Moler Barber College.
YOUNG man to learn barber trade; first
class shop. 546M Washington st.
WE secure positions for our members; sp
clal membership $2. Y. M. C. A.
WANT a reliable boy for delivery. Apply
131 5th st. Andrew Kan Co.
BARBERS For sale, cheap, S-chatr shop;
good reasons. Apply 171 1st St.
COLUMBIA Employment Co. Help free to
employer. 25 N. 2d st.
BEVELER WANTED Paclflo Art Glass
Works, 157 Front Bt.
GOOD advertising solicitor at 147)4 Fron
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEKEEPER. 87 6th; small rooming
houee, $15 and found; good home for el
Cashiers, book-keepers, stenographers, store
help. Clerks" Reg. Bureau. 38H Wash. st.
WANTED Housekeeper In the country for
widower. Apply 60 N. 7th, room 16.
GIRL to canvass ; good money. Call bet.
2 and 8. Room 57, 3 50 Mi Alder st.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Call Woodlawn 407 or 67 Farg st.
16 years of age and over
Experienced and competent.
WANTED at once.
OLDS, WORTMAN & KING.
Applicants for all kinds of work, regis
ter with us, free of charge, so we may
locate you on short notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
3434 Washington St., Corner 7th, upstairs
ST. LOUIS LADIES' AGENCY Good help
and situations furnished; real estate and
business opportunities, all kinds. 230 Ms
Yamhill. Main 5413.
YOUNG woman, of good education, speaking
French and German, would like position
as housekeeper or companion. Address X
452, Oregonian. ' -
WANTED Woman cook for family of three;
will be expected to do part of downstairs
work. Phone Main 1629 or call 816 Johnson
WANTED Good plain cook, assist general
housework, small family. Apply before ll
A. M .. 722 W. Main t. Phone Main 2889
NURSE girl wanted between the hours of 1
and 6. Call today, Mrs. Knight, The Nor
tonia; must reside near 14th and Wash. sts.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for re
sponsible position, with opoortunities for
advancement. Viavi Co.. 10th and Morrison
WILL furnish separate office and full
equipment free to public stenographer for
part of services. O 457, Oregonian.
YOUNG lady, handy with water colors. Ap
ply ready for work. Rhode's Advertising
Agency, 142 Mi Second St.. room 12.
WANTED Middle-aged reliable lady looking
for a home as landlady in email rooming
house. 209 4th st. Phone A 2824.
WANTED A competent woman for gen
eral housework and cooking; good wages;
no washing. Apply 357 12th.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY,
843 Washington St., Corner 7th, upstairs
Phone -Main 2092.
A GOOD cook, dining-room girl and dish
washer for a new country hotel.. Write
Mrs. L. King. Stella. Wash.
EXPERT court reporter from East wants pu
pils for shorthand, typewriting and book
keeping. C. 209. Oregonian.
WANTED A good cook in private family
of four; 2 In help. Apply mornings, 702
Main st., cor. King.
WANTED Experienced girl from 25 to 85.
children's nurse, out town. 230 Vi Yam
hill, Main S413.
GIRL to assist with hounework; small fam
ily; apply mornings. 552 Kearney.
WANTED Girl to help In dining-room at
Winter's Restaurant, 230 let st.
WANTED A girl for housework; rood home;
good wages. Call 804 Park st. S.
NEAT girl for light' housework: 2 In family.
Apply forenoon, 80S Clackamas.
GIRL for general housework; small family;
must be neat. 107 N. 16th st.
YOUNG girl to assist with housework; small
family. Apply 774 Hoyt st.
WANTED An experienced cook. Call In
morning, 184 N. 20th.
EAST SIDE Female Employment Office, 122
Grand ave. East 1065.
WANTED German girl for general house
work. 300 Park st.
WANTED Good cook. 386 Morrison st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
MEN and women to learn watchmaking, en
graving and optica; easy terms; positions
secured; money earned while learning.
Watchmaking, Bn graving School, cor. 4th
and Pike, Seattle.
STENOGRAPHERS and bookkeepers will
. find a helping hand at the Eclectic Busi
ness University. 626 Worcester block; "se
curing positions now.
POSITION will be open Jan. 1 for cutter
and fitter, ladles' tailoring and dressmak
ing; Interest in business If desired. R
MEN and women to demonstrate and take
orders for well -advertised line of goods; it
will pay you to investigate this offer. 203
JAPANESE employment office; mats and fe
male. 249 Couch st. Phone Main 6521.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers mud Clerks.
MAN of 35. with executive and detail
business experience In every capacity,
from bookkeeper to office manager,
wants opportunity to make good. Local
references. W 457, Oregonian.
A young man with experience aad good
references. B 465, Oregonian.
YOUNG man 25 years of age wants position
as night watchman in wholesale house or as
clerk in utore: references and bond if re
quired. 634 5th st.
EXPERIENCED cashier. accountant and
salesman with A-l city references, will ac
cept half day or evening position. F 458,
Books opened, closed or adjusted. P. L.
Crawford, 15 Hamilton bldg. Main 4761.
WANTED Position as shipping, clerk or
stock man In wholesale house; references.
M 462, Oregonian.
POSITION wanted by exnerlenced book
keeper and stenographer; best of references.
W 454. Oregonian.
PERMANENT position by experienced
graduate pharmacist. Box 649, Poca
tello, Idaho. .
SALESMAN of 35 desires position with
wholesale house; references. R 456, Ore
goniana. WANTED Position by traveling salesman; 10
years' experience In Northwest. M 462,
6ROCERYMAN. flrst-cJess, wants positloa.
N 467, Oregonian.
ADVERTISING manager, of proven ability
with the largest department stores in
the northwest. Is open to proposition
ftfter January 1. - Address Burton Mc,
2808 Harriet ave So., Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED Position by energetic young man
of good habits, capable of taking charge of
dry goods store; good buyer and flrst-clase
advertising man; clean record. Address O.
W. Davis, Seottsburg, Ind.
HORN PLAYER will give services to or
chestra or band securing him employ
ment; prefer electric power house work.
A. Conway, White Salmon. Wash.
A YOUNG man who has had experience in
securing contracts in cities and towns
desires position with contractor; refer
ences. R 456. Oregonian.
WOULD like position as clerk In general mer
chandise, with 8 years' experience. Address
F. J. West, General Delivery, Portland. Or.
POSITION wanted; first-class, non-union car
penter, who is good framer and fair mill
wright, wants job. M 466. Oregonian
JAPANESE boy wants domestic servant or
any kind work in private family; speaks
English good. H 460, Oregonian.
SCHOOLBOY wants good home; will work
mornings and event gns for board; age
15 years. P 404. Oregonian.
JAPANESE, good boy, wants position at
any kind of housework or In boarding
house Call up Main 2906.
MAN and wife want work on ranch or other
work; experienced. Address R 468, Ore
gonian. JAPANESE student wants position as school
boy;' speaks good English. L 455, Ore
gonian. YOUNG man. strong, and willing to work,
wishes position of any kind. O 458, Ore
gonian. -- 1
JAPANESE boy wishes a position to work
a few hours in the morning. F 457, Ore
JAPANESE, experienced cook, wants posi
tion in private family. 'S 4G0, Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese wishes a place at house
work or schoolboy. Phone Pacific 2148.
C OLLRCTOR, of good references, seeks a
steady position. O 454, Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese wants position, any kind
of work. A. T.. 406 Couoh st.
WANTED Position la nrtvats famlb. O 466,
Bookkeepers and Stenograph era.
FOR a stenographer, experienced or begin
ner, phone Evlectric Business University.
Main 4504. Try us now.
WANTED4 Position as stenographer,- by
young lady of. six years experience. Ap-1
ply M 437. Oregonian.
OFFICE work, any capacity. 13 years ex
perience, bookkeeper, stenographer, cashier.
H 4G4, Oregonian.
MRS. EMMA J- THOMAS, modiste: tailor
made suits and party gowns a specialty.
50 Wash, bldg Pacific 727; A 2724.
FASHIONABLE dressmaker, recently from
the East, wishes engagements by the
day. Tel. East 2S0O.
MME. TUTTLE, modiste, 607 Montgomery,
near 15th, M-G car. Phone A 6067. .
FIRST see Angeles Dressmaking Parlors, 243
6th and Main. Pacific 982.
WANTED By middle-aRcd lady, with Httls
boy, position as housekeeper for gentle
man with children; country preferred. Mrs.
M.. 936 Molalla ave., Oregon City, Or.
YOUNG widow, boy 6. desires situation
housekeeper. widower. rooming-house.
230Mi Yamhill. Main 5413.
UNDERGRADUATE nurse wants few more
engagements; 13 yeans' practice ; maternity
specialty; terms reasonable. East 261.
YOUNG woman wants place -to work for
board and small wages, attending school
afternoons. H 462, Oregonian.
VERY capable woman desires work by day,
j a nit reps, chamber work, cleaning. 230
Yamhill. Main 6413.
LACE curtains washed and stretched, calied
for and delivered; prompt work; 35c pair.
YOUNG lady attending business college wants
place to work for room and board. L 4fi4i.
EXPERIENCED laundress will do men's
washing; reasonable. Phone Pacific 805.
FRENCH teacher will give French lewons at
25 cents per lesson., L 451, Oregonian.
A HOME company; low premium rates and
high cash values make the policies of ths
Columbia Life & Trust Co. easy to sell.
Apply to Jesse R. Sharp, manager ot
agents. 214 Lumber Exchange bids.
AGENTS wanted, to sell the "Unique" lawa
mower sharpener on the Pacific Copt.
Nothing like It. No competition. Hig
money quick. A. S. Busselle, 917 Spragus,
WANTED Agents to sell our high-grade
trees, shrubs, etc. Outfit furnished fre.
" Commission advanced each week. Choice.
territory open. Albany Nurseries. Albany. .
WANTED Good agent at once to call at 91
6th t. end get his shoes shined free; hair
cutting 25c; the finest 9-chalr barber shop
In the city; only best of barbers employed.
AGENTS WANTED Can you' sell goods? If
so, we need you; complete outfit free; cash
weekly. Write for choice of territory.
Capital City Nursery Co., Salem. Or.
WANTED Men. women and children for a
few days; light work; good pay. 133
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent houses, cottages, flats,
stores, offices, rooming-houses, etc. Land
lords will do well to call on Portland
Trust Company of Oregon, S. E. cor. 3d'
and Oak. Phone Exchange 72.
WORKINGMAN wants neat, well-furnished
room with heat and bath; not over 6 blocks
from postoffice; rent must be reasonable.
O 450, Oregonian.
WANTED To rent houses, offices, stores,
rooms, etc. ; long list of applicants. Albee
Benham Co., 25 Concord bldg., 2d and Stark
LADY wants comfortably furnished room In
modern- steam-heated apartment; quiet;
references. F 451. Oregonian.
A DOCTOR able to use half of 8 rooms
would like doctor or dentist to share other
half. P 463, Oregonian.
OFFICE or desk room, first floor, vicinity
Market square. Address Contractor, box
YOUNG man attending business college wants
place to work for room aad board. S 161,
WANTED A well-furnished house in good
location; references. R 456, Oregonian. .
4 OR 6-room furnished cottage, close in.
East or West Side. Phone East S197.
WANT to rent furnished country hotel; will
buy if suited. F 406. Orenonian.
WANTED M1SCE LLANEOUS.
LARGEST AND BEST KNOWN SECOND
hand store in Portland. We buy and soil
from a chair to a full house.
WESTERN SALVAGE CO..
20th and Washington. Phoae Paclflo 798.
WANTED Men's cast-off clothing and
shoes; we also buy household furnishings,
highest price paid. Call at the "Fair
Deal," 62 N. 3d st. Phons Paclflo 1722.
WD PAY MORE FOR
PORTLAND AUCTION CO.. 1
MAIN 5666. 211 FIRST ST.
TABLEWARE, royal silver plated 85 eta. to
$1.25 per doz. Western Plating Works, 63
N. Park st.
CASH paid for furniture fixtures and mer
chandise. Phone Main 1626. J. T. Wilson,
WANTED To buy bicycle for boy of 7; must
be In good condition, and reasonable. Phone
Main 6858. ;
I PAY cash for household goods. Savage A
Pennell Fur. Co.. 346 1st st. Paclflo 360. '
Nob Hill Second-Hand Co. pays highest,
prices for goods. 615 Wash. st. Main 2421.
" y '
SPOT cash paid for your furniture, prompt
attention always given. Phone East 1067.
TOTAL adding National cash register; must
be cheap for cash. N 414 Oregonian.
WANTED Second-hand gas engine and cen
trifugal pump. F 400, Oregonian.
THE GENEVIEVE Steam heat, porcelain
bath, free phone; walking distance; $3 a
week and up. 445 Columbia st. Main 7410
TH E ESTES Good rooms, reasonable ; new
furniture, telephones and baths free. 327
Stark, corner 6th. Mrs. Maud J. Estes.
LARGE front room, for young mn, pri
vate family, close In. Rent $10. 466
East Oak, bet. Eighth and Ninth sts.
WEST SIDE One nicely furnished front
room. lor gentleman; grate and. rurnace
heat; references. 347 11th st.
892 COLUMBIA, near business, large, bright
room; electric light, furnace heat, porcelain
bath, telephone; reasonable.
LADY has large, warm room, all conven
iences, private family. Phone Pacific
HOTEL ROYAL. 108M 4th St., steam heated
rooms $2.50 to $5 per week; 60c to 1 night.
THE ELWOOD Newly furnished; $2 to $5
wk.; also transient rooms. 343 Mi Morrison.
ELEGANT rooms, low rates, day or week, free
phone, heat, baths. 87 Mi 6th, near Stark.
THE RANDOLPH. 3d and Columbia; rooms;
heat; bath. 50c to $1 day; $2 to $4 week.
FURNISHED or unfurnished room, modern,
cor. 21st and Flanders st.. Apartment 24. j
WARM, well furnished room, good location !
for one cr two gentlemen. 251 Tenth. j
THE HYLAND, 490 Morrison, furnished rooms, I
with bath and steam heat. A 2210. :
NICE, clean room; bath and phone; private
family: $1.60 per week. 195 N. 17th.
PLEASANT alcove room suitable for one or
two gentlemen. Inquire 406 Madison.
MAXWELL. HALL Rates reasonable; hot,
cold water all rooms. 207 14th t.
STEAM heated rooms, everything first-class.
494 Morrison, 3d floor, fiat 9.
1 NICELY furnished room for 2 gentlemen;
private family. 632 Couch.
12 furnished or unfurnished rooms. 142 N. '
JL lOtk st.