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THE MORNING OBEGONIAN, THURSDAY, DECE-MBER 29, 1904.
FEARS FOR HIS LIFE
Jung Sung Says Price Is Put
on His Head.
ASKS POLICE FOR PROTECTION
Chinese Fantan Gambler Is Accused
of Betraying His Fellows to Sheriff
Word In Order to Secure Im
munity From Raids.
CHARGES MADS-That Sheriff "Word
and his deputies, during the four raids
they have made In search of fantan
games, have never Invaded the district
north of Pine or west of Second streets;
that they had a definite object for not
doing to. and that it waB to protect
games run by Jung Sung, a Chinese
fantan operator, who. from the 6 tart,
had been Informing Sheriff Word and
his raon of the operations of the players
oa Second street, between Pine and
PRESENT STATUS Jung Sung6 life
may be taken at any moment. He is
"ehadowod" by five picked men from
the Second-street dlsUct, and a price 1b
upon his head. Sheriff Word's denial
of the fact that Jung Sung was his
Informant haa not abated the growing
frenzy, for that Chinaman was followed
tor weeks, by day and night, and the
Cfeinene are confident that he did inform
Chinatown is on the Vorgo of a rebel
lion, and the police would not be surprised
to hear at any moment that the lifeless
form of Jung Sung, a fantan operator,
has been found. The fury of the denizens
of Second street knows no bounds, and
rrevonge is to bo had by them at the cost
of human life, if the opportunity offers.
Jung Sung is marked for slaughter; there
is a reward of $1000 for his head and five
desperate Chinamen have been selected
to murder him. Learning of this, and
learing the worst, Jung Sung applied to
Chief of Police Hunt during the afternoon
of Tuosday. He demanded that he be pro
tected. He wont over the whole matter
Irom the start to the present, telling how
he had been selected by his enraged coun
trymen and how his life was to pay for
the trouble he is supposed to have started.
Jung Sung Demands Protection.
Not only did Jung Sung flee to Chief
Hunt and demand protection, but he went
to Municipal Judge Hogue and to two of
the Circuit Judges, detailing his troubles
to them. He was in deadly fear, and
begged that guards be given him. While
this could not be granted, it is a fact that
great caution is being observed by the po
lice In watching the Chinese district. Or
ders to the patrolmen and detectives hav
ing beats In Chinatown are to be on the
lookout for suspicious actions and to ar
rest any and all who may appear to be up
The present trouble has nothing to do
with the various tongs. It Is purely a
matter of fantan gambling, and the only
contontion la that Sheriff Word and his
deputies have declined to raid Jung Sung's
games, and that thla is because he acted
as spy and informer on -all the fantan
establishments along Second street.
There was a rumor recently to the effect
that Jue Shue and Seid Back, Second'
street merchants, were suspected of in
forming on the games, and that rewards
of 5500 each had been put up for their
heads. This was partly true and partly
false. Later developments have satisfied
the Chinese that neither of those men
were implicated in the giving of informa
tion to the Sheriff. Many meetings of the
gamblers were held in secret and the
whole proposition was gone over in detail.
Spies Follow Suspect.
It was decided that spies should be ap
pointed to follow Jung Sung day and
night. He was ,to be trailed everywhere
he wont. Not one minute of the time
was he to bo left unwatched by the se
lected Chinamen, for they had determined
upon him as the man who had caused
Sheriff Word to raid their games repeated
ly. The appointments were made after the
first two raids. Then the "shadowing"
In due time, the story goes, Jung Sung
was trailed to Sheriff word's oflice. He
remained there some time and then
emerged and went back to his games on
Pine street. That afternoon Sheriff Word
and his force of deputies swooped down
on Second street and beat down doors,
broke up tables and destroyed the games,
A careful report, in writing, was made of
this startling fact to another secret meet
ing of the Second-Btreet gamblers, held
In a Jo&shouse. After a session lasting
far into the night, it was decided to watch
Jung Sung again; that if he did the same
thing and if another raid took place, his
head would pay the forfeit
The trailers went out again and were
faithful to their trust. Once more did
Jung Sung journey to the Courthouse and
again the following afternoon did Chief
Deputy Sheriff Morden, in Sheriff "Word's
absence, make a raid. This was the
fourth and, so far, the last In it more
doors were taken, fantan tables were
smashed and consternation was spread
right and left.
This raid, like the three preceding It, did
not Include the Chinese games on Pine
street or those on Fourth, north and south
of Pine. This was the last straw. So en
raged were the Chinese whose games had
been raided and put out of business that
thoy could scarce contain themselves.
His Life to Be Forfeited.
It was at a meeting held 'the night of
the raid that 51000 was raised and put up
by the Second-street gamblers for the life
of Jung Sung. Five were chosen to kill
tho betrayer, and were glad to have the
commission, for Jung Sung had become
the most hated Chinaman in all Portland.
Not alone did he Inform on them and
cause their games to be broken up, but
nis own games were not molested. This
added deep Jealousy to their rage and
made them thoroughly desperate.
In the meantime Sheriff Word returned
and heard of the action of trfb Second
rtreet Chinese. With tho rewards posted
for Jung Sung, tho man caught twice giv
ing information on his countrymen, had
occomo associated the names of Jue Shuo
and Seid Back. Sheriff Word was called
upon by Jung Sung, who demanded that
ho be protected from the men who sought
his life. It was a desperate situation and
the Ehoriff went into Chinatown and made
n. complete denial of the whole affair. It
had no effect, however, because the guilty
Chinaman had been seen carrying his
talcs to the Sheriffs office, and soon after
each timo came the raids on the Second
street games, but not on those run on Pine
. street by Jung Sung.
While Sheriff Word and his men hav
never molested Jung Sung, it is under
stood that for vers fear he has closed his
own games, and that he is keeping within
his dwelling to avoid contact with thos
who have been appointed to slay him.
Oupont May Lose His Sight.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 28. Thero is
believed to be very little hope of sav
lng the eyesight of Alfred Dupont, the
Delaware manufacturer who was In
Fifth md Washington Streets
Boo-as, fl.M to $8.00 Per Day,
Accordlaj- to Location.
. I. DAVIES, Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Rooms 50c to $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
HOTEL SCOTT CO.
A. J. DEITZ, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel
Booms single or en suite, -with private hath, European plan. Elegant cafe
in connection. Free 'bus -will meet all trains.
SEVENTH AND AN KENT STREETS. PORTLAND, OREGON.
jured while hunting; in "West Virginia
several months ago. x or several weeKs
he has been in this city under treat
ment by eye specialists, who have
finally decided that tne removal ol tne
left eye is necessary. It is not thought
that the sight of the other eye can bo
saved. Mr. Dupont has also lost his
MAKE LEVY OF TWENTY MILS
Taxpayers of Montavilla School Dis
trict No. 18 Hold Meeting.
The meeting of Montavilla school dis
trict No. IS taxpayers Tuesday night was
very well attended, but there was appar
ently a lack of enthusiasm. It was agreed
that a tax levy of 20 mills was necessary
for the maintenance of Montavilla schools.
The meeting opened with a long dis
cussion of past expenditures and possible
extensions and improvements ior tne com
ing year which would necessitate the In
crease of the levy to 20 mills. The con
templated improvements received unani
mous support and the proposed 20-mIH
levy was adopted.
A resolution was introduced for Includ
ing an art course in the curriculum of
teachers instruction so that the children
could be tautrht to draw and be enabled to
compete In the state school exhibitions.
This, however, wag left to the discretion
of the board. The meeting adjourned
NEW Y0HK LIFE P0IICY
H0LDEBS Should read the analysis of the New
York Life financial methods in the cur
rent numbers of the Era Magazine; 10
cents, all news stands.
Holiday Beach Rates.
For the holidays the O. "ft. & N. mnlfoB
the very low rate of $4.00 for round trip
to beach points. Dates of sale. December
23 and 30. Final limit, January 3. Par
ticulars of C. W. Stin-rer. Cltv Tlrlrot
Agent, Third and Washington streets.
If Babr I Cnttlnr Teeth.
Be nn sad use that old ana well-tried z-nneAr.
Mrs. Wlnalowa Boothia Syrup, for children
teetnxnr. it boo in e tne emia. softens tne cum,
clli. jtb all pain, euro wind collo and diarrhoea.
DATIVE METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Dec 28. Maximum tempera
ture, 43 deg.; minimum, 36. River reading at
11 A. II., 4.7 feet; change In past 24 hours,
ruse 0.2 foot. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to
5 P. M., 0.85 Inch; total since September 1
1904, 15.24 inches; normal, 1S.62; deficiency.
8.38. Total sunshine December 27, 1004, 42
minutes; possible, 8 hours and 42 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level), at 5 P. M.,
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. .
Bismarck . ..-
112 0.00 "tSW
20 0.00 N
00 T 114 SB
North Head ...
Roseburg . . ,
Sacramento . .
Salt Lake City
"Walla Walla .
32 0.141 ;k-J
sofo.oof o se
Light. T trace.
The storm noted yesterday evening oft the
"Washington coast proves to be of considerable
magnitude. The following maximum wind ve
locities occurred during the last 12 hours:
North Head. 72 miles southeast, and Tatoosh
Island, 52 miles south.
Moderately heavy rain has fallen west of the
Cascades, and to the east of this range rain
has fallen in the Columbia River Valley, and
Know In the foothills and mountains.
It is slightly warmer nearly everywhere in
the North Pacific States.
The indications are for rain Thursday west
of the Cascade Mountains, and rain or snow
in Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington nad
Idaho It will be warmer In Southern Idaho.
Storm southwest warnings are displayed at
all seaports in this district,
Forecasts made at Portland at, 8 P. M. for
2S hours ending at midnight, December 29:
Portland and vicinity Rain; brisk to high
gusty south to west winds.
"Western Oregon and Western Washington'
Rain; south to southwest winds, high along
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Rain or snow.
Southern Idaho Snow, probably turning to
EDWARD A. HEALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's auction rooms, 413 Washing
ton st., at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gil
At Geo. Baker &, Cp.'a today, at 10 A. M.
uiratr Aiuer ana -iara. ueo. .Bauer x CO.,
First-Claw Cheek Retairst.
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec aad Tree.
OSCAR AKDERSOH, Harmer
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREGON
3TREE 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rates European plan, G0c 75c. $1.00. $1.30,
$2.00 per day. Sample rooms In connection.
December 31, 1904
New Auditorium Hall
SEVENTH AND OAK STREETS.
"Dance the Old Year out and tho New
Year In" to the entrancing mublc of
Room for 1 000 Dancing
The ladles last chance to pick their
Leap-Year partners. None but ladles
and gentlemen Invited or permit tnl
to attend. Ladles' and gentlemen's hat
and cloakrooms, with careful attend
ants. Gentlemen 50 Cents
Ladies 25 Cents
Committee of Arrangements
FRED T. MERRILL, Chairman.
J. P. FTNLEY H. tV KRETZER
CHAS WARNER SIG WORTHELMEB
VIC CHAPMAN A. C. GOOD
FRANK KEELER C. 31. ZADOW
TURNER Dec. 28. 1004. to tho wife of Cap
tain Frank B. Turner, a girl.
TURNER December 28. 1004. Infant daugh
tcr of Captain Frank B. Turner.
BANKSON In this city, Dec. 20, 1004. John
wesiey uanKson. agea os years, 11 months,
10 days, i-unerai will take place today
December 20. at 2 P. M.. from the real
.dence of Mrs. E. Bell. 320 Grand ave.
Friends invited. New lork papers please
BUCKLEY In Port Townsend. Wash., Dec. 28
1004. Daniel J. Buckley, aged 45 years, broth'
er of John J. Buckley, of this city. Remains
will be brought hero for burial. Funeral
MOOREHEAD In this city. Dec. 28. 1004. at
his late residence. COO E. Burn?ide st., Harry
u. jiimrciieau, us'u oj jrars. eeaitie. wasn.
papers please copy. Funeral notice hereafter!
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILS. AUG H.
(nccessora to Donning Campion, tinder-
takers one embalmers, modern In every tl re
tail, 7th and l'lne. Phone JAiUn 430, Lu
EDWARD HOLMAN CO, Undertakers and
exabauners, nave moved to their new build
Inx, Third and Salmon. Ladj- assistant.
xeiepnon No. C07.
3. P. FJTNLEY & SON, "Funeral Direct nri
cor. 2d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner, x-sxay assistant, xeiephona No. 8.
F. 8. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 Ejm
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East fit.
Room 11, 1454 First street.
CI CCfi 3 acres of garden land In cultlva
.ft I n.1 1 1 "on. within 2& miles of Morrison
st, bridge; Ilea southeast, well
situated and reasonable in price.
fOCA on East 17th -street, in Furer"s Ad
4JU dlUon,v formerly cost J450.
Lots In "Green's Addition,"
CT M r A Lots In "Tibbetts Homestead.'
nt ill EajBt s'de. this tract Is verv near in,
--"- with three car-lines to iu
Columbia Theater tlhir.
Phone Main 811.
Down-town box oflice. Main 110.
Special Christmas week offering of the superb
Columbia stock company,
Belasco and Do MUle'a greatest drama,
THE CHARITY BALL
Regular matinee next Saturday.
Evening prices, 15c, 25c 35c. 50c
Matinee prices, 10c, 15c, 25c.
Down. town ho-c.offlp nrn from 10 A. M.
till 7 P. M.. at Dolly Varden candy-shop. 327
Morrison at. After 7 P. M. at theater.
Next week. Ausrustln Daly's eomedy. "The
George L. Baker,
Seats Can Be Ordered by Phone Main 117.
irrtin I .V. r at-lnur.
pirttt T-i,,. nil Arwr nnrsT arm
large crowds can be seen nightly.
iou can see lUAiuai ana me iciuom
dcr of thla week, also the matlnea Satur
day, THE LITTLE SUNBEAM,
In tViA n.otni-il Trlvln
"For Mother's Sake"
Excellent Company. Special New Scenery.
Seat sale bet-ins todav for B. C. WHIT
NEY'S BIG MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA
"TILE SHOW GIRL."
Empire Prices Evenlntr. 15c. 23c. 33c and
60c; all Matinees, 10c, 15c, 25c
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
Phono Main 80S.
Friday afternoon and night, Saturday af
ternoon and night. Dec. aw, Ji. iuu.
Ben Greet Players
Matinee at 3, evening at S:15.
Bring the children.
Prices, both matinee and night. $1.50, $1.00,
i Sc. 50c. 35c. 25c Box seats. beats now
Portland's fashionable vaudeville play
house. A GREAT BILL
THE TAG G ART FAMILY.
ELLIS AND PALOMA.
MONTGOMERY AND CANTOR.
ARTHUR LANE. .
In Pictured Ballads.
8 BIG ACTS 8
Admission, 10c; reserved box seats, 25c.
THE GRAND THEATER
WHIRLWINDS OF THE DESERT.
4 THE FOUR ROBERTS 1
In the "Doll-Maker's Dilemma,"
KENTON AND LORRAINE.
America's Foremost Musicians.
LEVINA AND ARLINGTON.
In "A Burglar's Surprise.".
J. O. WISE.
CUMMINGS AND MERLEY. .
In "The Bogus Count."
MR. ALF BONNER'S NEW SONG.
"When tho Bees Are In the lUve."
Latest Parisian Films. "Life of a Race
Horse.' and others.
Admission to any beat 10c; box seats 25c.
XUATING & FLOOD. Managerv
Third and Yamhill
LARGEST CONTINUOUS YAUDEVTLUB
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT IOc
One performance afternoon two every evening.
Portland's pioneer Tuudevllle Theater.
DAN AND BESSIE KELLY.
SYLVAN AND O'NEIL.
AND THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE.
Admission to any seat, 10c.
X Corner Alder and Seventh.!
2:30 to 4-30; 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
M. Thla ad. sad 10c will admit two people
BrT matinee, except Sundays and holidays
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
Sixth St. opposite Oregonian.
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK OF DEC. 20.
WELCH & MAITLAND.
MAY & MILES. JAMES GRAHAM.
BURDICIC. NOVELTY MAGICIAN.
NORMAN MARGESON. PEARL GRAYSON
BLTOUGRAPH "A Chinaman's Acrobatic
Guest" and "The Trials and Troubles of an
Afternoons from 2 to 4:30, evenings from
7 to 10:30, Sunday continuous from 2 to 10:30.
Admission iu cents.
Pupils prepared for stage, pulpit,
platform or parlor. Either private
lessons or class work. For time and
terms, apply at
261 Thirteenth Street
PHONE MAIN 1203.
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keeping Rooms," "Situations Wanted." 15
words or less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words,- 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
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cents, etc. first Insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-halt; bo further discount ma-
der one month.
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advertising that runs either In the classified
columns, or under head "New Today." will
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consecutive days. Daily and Sunday Issues.
Advertising that is scheduled to appear at
Intervals of one or more days apart will be
charged zor at lull one-tuno rate each ia
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
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line ior eacn auaiuonai insertion.
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The Oregonian will not ba responsible for
errors in advertisements taken through th
Duplex Pump, second
hand, AI condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochraa,
318 Worcester Block
General nractlce. Investl-mtlon-i.
Estate work. Special and periodical audits
JL'hoae West 1L
The Very Valuable Private Collec
WORKS OF ART
From all parts of the world, indudihg
India, Italy, Turkey, Persia, Japan,
Arabia, Russia, etc., will he sold by
Next week. Particulars in Sunday's
S. L IN. GILMAN
When a young man opens a savings ac
"The OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
He has reached a turning point In his ca
reer. Thereafter, perseverance makes suc
cess certain. Do not be afraid to begin with
a small deposit. You will be made welcome.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BEN J. I. COHEN..
H. L. PITTOCK...
B. LEE PAGET. . ,
J. O. GOLTRA
ABSTRACTS Otf TITLiS
Our records are completo and up ta d&taw
"W f ami ah abstracts promptly.
On Improved Portland Real Estate.
SECURITY ABSTRACT TRUST CO.
X14-215 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE STOCK OF DRY GODDS. FUR
nishlng goods. No. 0 North 3d st.
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED 40 ACRES
with 20 acres under plow, 15 acres slashed
and seeded and In good pasture, 5 acres of
good green timber, good land and can be
easily cleared: land lays nicely, with rich
soil and plenty of live water: fenced and
cross-fenced: 400 bearing fruit trees, besides
a young orchard of peaches, pears, etc.; a
nice two-story 6-room house, good bam; on
good county road. 3 miles from carrolton,
a town on the Columbia River and N. P. Ry..
and same distance from Kelso; close to school
and church. Price, only $1500; terms on part.
A great bargain; come, see it. Imus &
wtnougnDy, Jiaiama, vasn.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP HOTEL AND
excursion park In Washougal. Wash.: finest
location on the Columbia River: 20-acre
fruit farm with first-class residence, near
vtnsnougai; vacant diock and house with
three lots In Washougal: 35x100 store
building In Vancouver. Wash. Inquire at
office of Star Brewery Co., E. 3d and Burn
side sts., Portland.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WITH A HOME OF
your own 0 rooms. 1114 East Salmon. $2000;
ziuu down. Jiii monthly, a-room new mod
em. porcelain bath, adjoins above, 51800;
same terms. Your choice 10 new cottage-.
Montavilla, 00x100. $1100 to $1400: $12.50
and $15 per month. If you can pay rent, you
can buy on these terms. Phone union 401f.
ACRE TRACTS WE HAVE SEVERAL
tracts Of 5 acres up to 100 acres for plat'
ting; that's our specialty; some are on car
line; all are accessible: choice one-acro
tracts; terms to suit, A. C. Churchill & Co..
110 Secoid st.
WEST SIDEl 23x100. FOR $1500: SAY. IB
you want a bargain for nats or home tnat
will bring you big returns ana always ream-
to cash upon a few day' notice, you look at
this: 10 blocks from 3d and Morrison: fine.
location; must sell. 740 Chamber of Com
FOR SALE 10 ACRES AT MT. TABOR.
just outside the city limits. Inquire at
house on 4Sth st., three blocks south or
Hawthorne ave. Mrs. W. S. Falling, Mt.
$375 A FRACTIONAL LOT, FINE SUR-
roundtng. easy wanting distance: lotn neat
E. Burnolde; Improvements in and paid; this
price and location taiKs to you, so oe quick.
Owner. 740 Chamber or commerce biag;
$025-30x100 BEST PART OF HOLLADAY'S
Addition; street, eewer ana cement. waiKs
In and paid; nothing so good and cheap to
be had; must go at once. 740 Chamber oi
WEST SIDE 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE BY
owner, who Is leaving town, and will sell at
a reasonable figure; first-clam location and.
house; easy terms. If desired. Owner, Y 50,
NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE IN SOUTH PORT-
land, $1000. $150 cash, balance $10 per
month at 0 per cent Interest. B. S. Cook
& Co., 251 Alder st.
FOR SALE TWO MODERN 0-ROOM COT
tages; will sell one or both; close In. 328
San Rafael et., cor. Rodney ave.. Upper Al
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
.Bargains on u. w. f. electric line. o. R.
Addlton, Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car, 3c
LOT 25x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.
bet. wasn. ana Aiaer. on joownsaaie. In'
quire 123 Lownsdaie at.
5S ACRES NEAR SCAPPOOSE. $1300: 60
acres, taw; iw acres. "sfJO. j. b. Godfrey,
FOR SALE DESIRABLE COTTAGE AT
43d and E. Taylor; price $850; easy terms,
FOR SALE FARMS.
10 ACRES. NEAR OREGON CITY, RICH,
level, cumvatea ana xencea, 51000.
43 acres, near Hlllsboro, 5-room house,
barn and fruit dryer. 700 nrune trees.
112 acres, near Hlllsboro, new 8-room
house, rich soil, good hop land, $3500.
Western Land Co.
248,4 Stark st.
2000 ACRES IN TRACTS FROM 0 ACRES
ud Improved and otherwise, timber land,
etc., to sell or exchange for city property
or city business. Call at suite 8. Labbe
bldg., -u and wasmngton sts.
Exceptionally fine improved I arm. 55 acres.
east or foruana: eiectria car. t a-ront.
TrntTTTCT BRSERVF1 RfTRTP
Approved, unrestricted, ready for Immediate
use. Lowtar i'ltictia.
B F. & F. B. Riley, 608 Chamber Commerce
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR
BecurinK uue muuereu ur at luuuurai lauu.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
cr guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate laginnis cc con. ; railing Diag.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
(crips; general land practice. Collins Land
Co., concora oiag.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES,
$2000 to $10,000; also business properties,
$5000 to $o,uuu. fciave Buyers. 1-.. w. wnu
lng & Co.. 4US ADington Diag.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
WOLFSTEIN buys and selrs horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm Implement. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on ccasi ior sajo w air. -11 nuA
rwr-r- -v-r DTiVfl TTSPTn TiTTT TIT.
tie; a great bargain for cash; investigate.
c-TT TOTT T. mrV $ii PTVA. TTCir.T-i
.a few weeks; roust sell at once. A 30, Ore
SECOND-HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or In
stallments. Fisher Music Co.. 190 3d st.
HOP ROOTS FOR SALE PURE ENGLISH
Cluster cuiimsB iur tuic icaauiuiinu jJncrs
n. . 11 V1J TV 1 1
loom .ill, aiumvjt uiut,.. iruiuoiiu, ur.
A BEAUTIFUL PAIR GENUINE DIAMOND
ear screws for $3S. Uncle Myers. 143 3d St.,
Bargains in typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rubber stamps, sales, coast Co.. 231 btarK.
4 DROP-HEAD SEWING MACHINES IN
Hnght and dark oak. slightly scuffed. The
abova machines have been In the office
some time and will be sold very cheap. If
yoa are contemplating buying don't miss
seeing them. At 402 Washington St., the
Singer Mfg. Co.. Phone Main 4588.
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines at very low prices
Singer. V. S.. Domestic. Wheeler & Wilson
and White; dropheads in oak and box tops.
At Wheeler & Wilson and Domestlo offices,
E. B. SigeU agent, 335 Morrison st.
FOR SALE TWO DROPHEAD SINGERS,
otuc umsu. flu, unu uxuvu-m&u muiic, uoa.
$15; one New Home drophead, $15; box tops,
5 to $10; cash or installments. J. S. Crane,
SSO Morrison st, (Lewis bldg). Call this
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?.
Repair It with Elaterite; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterite Roofing Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE 50 PAIRS OF GOLDEN, SILVER.
Lady Amherst and Japanese pneasants; a nne
lot of talking parrots, singing birds and An
gora cats. Portland Bird Co.. 304 3d, and 127
N. Cth, near Union Depot.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL-
llard and pool tables; easy payments; wo
rent tables, with prlvllego of buying; modern
bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender,
40 3d st.
TWO CAGE CIRCUS WAGONS. ALL KINDS
vehicles bought and sold. 211 Washington.
BICYCLE CLOSING-OUT SALE $40 WOLFF-
Amerlcans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARH1-ABLEBODIED,
unmarried men, between ages ox 21 and 33,
citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For information,
apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sta,
EMPLOYED OR UNEMPLOYED IF YOU
are a competent manager, salesman, tecanicai
or oflice man, we can help you to a good posi
tion. Call or write for plan and booklet.
Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 45, Con
cord blk.. 2d and Stark.
LOGGERS, MILL AND YARDMEN, LABOR-
ers, city and country; men ana teams, 1 arm
hands and milkers, restaurant and mess-houso
help; work of all kinds. Canadian Employ
ment Co.. 240 Burnslde and 22tf& Morrison.
Phone Main 3074.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks, and secure positions; constant prac
tice; expert instruction and examination;
wages earned while learning. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler System College, San
BY MANUFACTURING HOUSE. TRUSTY
assistant for branch omce, $18 paid week
ly; position permanent; no capital re
quired; previous experience not essential.
Address Branch Manager, 325 Dearborn,
WANTED OFFICE BOY, 15 TO 18 YEARS.
must give good references character ana
habits; permanent position: application
must be made in own handwriting. Ad
dress Box H 49. Oregonian.
iIiukIii,- 'rwrvaltlnnfi trti.antnteed. Vftwman'R
School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 6th and
WANTED SINGERS. PERFORMERS, MUSI-
clans. etc: bl-r salary: for vaudeville circuit.
Portland World's Fair. Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit, Raleigh, oth and aanington.
1300 BUYS ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN A
good-paying omce Dusiness; - per wees
guaranteed; chance of a lifetime. Apply at
one, 017 Commercial bldg.
"WANTED COAT AND PANTS-MAKER AT
once, pay $10 zor coat and $3 for pants;
must be first class. A. H. Marquardt, La
WANTED NONUNION PLUMBER AS PART-
ner, to engage in tne plumbing business;
email capital requires; gooa opening, a -iu,
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PRLNTER AS
make-up on Morning Astorian. Apply to
the J. S. Dellinger Co.. Astoria. Or.
HMVppn om.TflTftnS "IVT-m P A TC TTTTO
nlah bond. Appiy xuesuay morning, 001
Chamber or commerce.
MAN WITH ABOUT $50 TAKE INTEREST
in good paying well-established business.
N 46, Oregonian.
WANTED SOLICITORS IN CITY; SMALL
cash deposit required, i-articuiars, room o,
N. 3d, upstairs.
A FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED SEWING
machine salesman to assist in wnoiesaiing
X 47, Oregonian.
WELL EDUCATED BOY WANTED FOR
office work and aa mesenger. J ore
gonian. Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College, 741 Howara si., san -jxancisco.
2 FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS WANTED AT
once, mi xamniu, n ana j.u a. ji.
WANTED OFFICE BOY. ABOUT 16. IN
wholesale house. N 48, oregonian.
DR. WALKER, 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRI-
vate diseases 01 men.
WANTED BOY ABOUT 18. FOR OFFICE.
R. 46, Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED GUITAR AND MANDOLIN
teacher; good opening Ho party willing to go
out of town. Apply Ellers Piano House, 351
WANTED SIX DEMONSTRATORS, MEN OR
women; wages, iu ?-.uv yvi uj. j. 10,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
50 AMATEURS WANTED; MAKE MONEY,
easy work; dramatic, vaudeville, acting, stage
dancing; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 6th and
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS-CHAM-bcrmalds,
cooko, waitresses, nurse girls, sec
ond girls, housekeepers, housework, $15 to
$30. Canudlaa Parlors, 226H Morrison. Phone
WANTED IMMEDIATELY HOUSE
keeper, farm, widower; good home, long
time; Swedish preferred; no objection to
child. 230 H Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
TWO APPRENTICES WANTED TO LEARN
halrdresslng, facial massage, manicuring
and chiropody. Call at Raleigh bldg., room
38, hours from 11 A. M. to 3 P. M.
MAN, WIFE, RESTAURANT COOKS,
chambermaids, housekeepers, waitresses, dish
washer, housework (Japanese, Eugene),
everybody. Drake'B, 205 V; Washington.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230? Yamhill. Phone
EXPERIENCED WOMAN FOR PLAIN COOK
in gand general housework: good waxes; ref
erences desired. Telephone Main 2741.
HOUSEKEEPER OR GOOD RELIABLE
girl wanted in small family. $20 per month.
Call at 690 Tillamook St., Irvlngton.
WOMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS FOR TRAV
ellng position with Portland firm; Al refer
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
cral housework. 753 Hawthorne ave., East
Side. Telephone East 43.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework and cooking; no children.
Apply 703 Northrup st.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. Call 641 Broadway.
Phone Union 65.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
family of three; good wages. E. 6th and
WANTED A GIRL TO DO COOKING
and general housework. Call mornings. 46
WANTED TODAY EXPERIENCED WAIT,
reas. National Employment Office, 291 Stark
WANTED BRIGHT. UP-TO-DATE WOMEN;
splendid opportunity to right persons. 53
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK; WAGES. $15
month; must have reference. 141 N. 18th st.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR SEC
ond work. Apply forenoon, 573 Hoyt.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
635 Hancock St., Irvlngton car.
TWO LADIES FOR CITY WORK ON SAL
ary. Address R 48. Oregonian.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 560 Johnson st.
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL;
references. 690 Flanders st
WKTP WANTED FEMALE.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME. $S) PERWEEK;
materials sent everywhere free, steady worK,
plain sewing only. Send addressed envelop
for full particulars. - W. J. W., Du Pont,
WANTED GIRL TO WASH DISHES AT
104-106 N. 7th.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookxeepers and Clerks.
A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING SALESMAN.
with best of references wants- position; no
objection to going out of town. Address E
GERMAN. 28. HAVING BEEN TWO YEARS
in this country, trained in office work,
wants position. H 46, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED LUMBERMAN DESIRES Po
sition as traveling salesman, local agent,
manager or bookkeeper for good lumber .firm.
Address V 48, care Oregonian.
WANTED WORK OF ANY KIND BY A
boy about 19 years old; will work -for reason
able wages. Address Arthur Ward, Qulmby
House. Portland, Or.
SITUATION OF ANY KIND WANTED BY A
young German. 24 years old; will work for
reasonable wages. Address S. Orthober. 60
N. 3d st.. city.
WORK WANTED FOR WHITE. NEGRO.
Chinese, Japanese, cooks, waiters, dish
washers, porters, farmhands. Drake's. 205 Vi
JAPANESE LABOR ASS'N CAN FURNISH
aomestic servants; farmer and all kinds oC
help. Black 092. 26S Everett st.
POSITION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS
pianer or sticker-nan. Address E. R. Rayner.
Stuart House. 205& Washington st.
BY BAKER, SITUATION. IN COUNTRY
49, Oregonian. .
A SOBER AND RELIABLE YOUNG MAN
around house or stable; reference. O 4HA
YOUNG MAN. SPEAKING GERMAN AND
English, wants work of any kind. J 46,
JAPANESE BOY. ATTENDING SCHOOL,
wants position; wages no object. O 49, Ore
gonian. JAPANESE FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTS
situation to do cooking. K 47, Oregonian.
A JAPANESE WANTS SOME WORK IN
store or rooming-house. P. O. Box 708.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS, ROOM. 21T,
Allsky bldg. Tailor-made suits and wraps of
all kinds. Jackets rellned. Skirts bound and
pressed for $1. Prices reasonable.
WANTED SITUATION ; YOUNG GIRL
would like position in laundry or clerking, or
something In that line. Phone Main 1038.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES WORK AS WAIT
ress in private family for board and room.
M 46, Oregonian.
Telephone East 1459.
SITUATION WANTED BY REFINED
widow, girl 3. as housekeeper. Call 230Vi
Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
WANTED A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPEB
In hotel or boarding-house; can give best of
references. R 40, Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, chambermaids, waitresses, second
girls, housework girls. 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2881.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES DAY WORK,
laundering, house-cleaning, moving, etc.
Phone Main 1625.
CASH IN ADVANCE EACH WEEK TO OUR
salesmen; choice territory now open; write
quickly for particulars; eend references with
first letter, and state where you want to
work; outfit free. Addreas Washington
Nursery Co.. Toppenlsh, Wash.
AGENTS WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED (
took-canvassera at once for the city; ladles
or gentlemen: easy earning from $5 to $10 a
day. Apply In person at 251 7th at.
WANTED TO BENT.
In all parts of the city.
Apply 220 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau,
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6260.
WANTED BEFORE JANUARY 10
7 or 8-room unfurnished house, suitable for
two families; must be modern, within walk
ing distance from Oregonian bldg. Call Mala
6259 bet. 12 and 1 or after 6 P. M-
WANTED FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
heating stove and gas; must be cheap; per
manent; reference. J 48. Oregonian.
ROOM AND BOARD. YOUNG MAN AND
wife; flrst-clasa place only wanted. C 48,
WANTED JAN. 1, SMALL FURNISHED
flat In best location, by young couple. D 48,
GOOD, PERMANENT HOME WANTED FOR
boy of 11 years. Address G 48. Oregonian.
WANTED MIS CEZXANEOUS.
WANTED A PARTY TO RENT ON SHARE3
30 acres of the best hopland In the state.
Apply to S. M. Beard, of the Commercial
Bank, Vancouver, Wash.
WANTED ASSOCIATES IN DESCHUTES AL
falfa Land Syndicate; monthly payments;
big profits. Call or write, 418 Oregonian
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING?
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at tha
"Fair Deal," 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED-TO BUY FURNITURE OF 6 OR
8-room house, close in; must be reasonable;
. a i T 4fi Oroa-onlan.
no ufiTTitLo. . . "
HOP ROOTS WANTED. PLEASE FOR
ward sample bunch, price, etc. to room 313
Allsky bldg.. Portland. Or.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND SINGER
orWhlte sewing machine In godd order. T
A GOOD SECOND-HAND ROLLER-TOP
desk; state size and price. H 48. Oregonian.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50c AT HOLLA
baugh's, 267 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tle of all kinds. Phono East 2233.
SECOND-HAND CABINET LETTER FILE.
Q 47, Oregonian.
THE AUDITORIUM. 20S& 3D SI.. BET. TAY
lor and Salmon, one block south of Baker
Theater, new brick building, elegantly fur
nished, steam heat, hot and cold water In
room, porcelain bath, rooms with prlvata
baths, elevator; reasonable rates.
THE ELM. 13TH AND WASHINGTON
Elegantly furnished alcove suite, suitable
two or four. bath. gas.
THE MARQUAM HOUSE. 14514 6TH ST.
Rooms, single, en suite and housekeeping.
Phone Clay 1653.
LARGE WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS, SUIT,
able for two ladles; use of piano. Phon
TO REDUCE EXPENSES. MODERN FRONT
rooms near Steel bridge cheap. 294 E. 1st
ONLY $6 PER MONTH SUITE OF TWO
good unfurnished rooms with gas stove. 382
UP-TO-DATE ROOMS, NEW BUILDING;
$2.50 per week and upwards. 309 Jefferson.
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED:
steam heat, bath. gas. 269 14th. near Jeff.
Hotel Butler. 409& Washington Elegantly fur
nished rooms; tourist and transient solicited.
FOR RENT NEATLY FURNISHED
rooms, gas, bath and phone. 308 Salmon.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT;
everything modern. 288 Jefferson st.
327 W. PARK ONE NICE LARGE FRONT
room, furnace heat, bath and phone.
736 IRVING NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, suitable for two gentlemen.
ONE OR TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
on car line. -1514 E. Ankeny st.
WELL-FURNISHED ROOM; ALL CONVEN
lences. 188 14tb et. South.