I THE MORNIXG OREGONIAX, THURSDAY, JTTLY 20, 1905. 13 DISGRACE WITH DIVORCE "WIFE OP CLEM BIEKER SEEKS ZjEGAIi SEPARATION'. Brutal Husband Given Ten Lashes, 1cctnre Prom Court and Served With Complaint. . Clem Bleker. a blacksmith employed In the Southern Pacific car shops, received 10 lashes on his 'bare back In the County Jail yesterday for wife-beating, and as soon as the .-whipping was over he was handed a complaint In a divorce suit which Mrs?. Bleker filed in the State Cir cuit Court yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Bleker asks for the custody of the chil dren, seven in number, and for $40 per month alimony. Bleker plead guilty before Judge Fraier yesterday, morning. His wife and neigh bor were called as witnesses to relate the facts. The evidence showed that Bleker earns $2.50 a day, paid the monthly grocery and meat bill and squandered the rest for liquor. "When he had no money he demanded it from his wife, who took In washing to help pay the family ex penses. She refused to give him 50 cents and he struck her twice, blacking her eyes. She said he had beaten her before. Bleker acknowledged striking her, but denied the previous beatings. He plead drunkenness as an excuse. "Drunkenness Is no excuse," said Judge Frarer in passing sentence. "This law has been termed brutal, but your treat ment of your wife was worse. Think of a man knocking his wife down because she refused to give him 50 cents for whisky. Think of the children your wife has had to support by her labor over the washboard while you have been spend ing ybur earnings at the bar. You ought to be ashamed of yourself." DAILY CIT STATISTICS Marriage License. Stewart A. Hawkins, 28: Ame B. Canarls, 20. Joseph Favletich. 24: Mary Antlch. 20. H. S. Coffman. 28; Pansy Smith, 24. James A. Tomllnson, 51, Vancouver, B. C; Ethel Ormsby. 28. E. G. Crawford. 36: Josephine Robinson, 36. A. SL Tomllnson, 20; Ada Brlghtman. 24. R. SL Welch, 33; Slary E. Lewis. 24. Building rcrmlts. W. P. Hickman, dwelling on Alblna ave nue, $600. J. A. Kern, flats. Savler street, between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth. $4800. Julia L. Shultz. dwelling, Wasco street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second, $3000. Jacob Unger. repairs to store. Alder street, between Second and Third. $350. J. W. Gorman, repairs to dwelling, 880 Slallory avenue, S200. E. E. StMllory. dwelling, southeast corner of Hawthprne avenue ' and East Thirty ninth street. $4000. J. K. Gamble, dwelling, GUsan street, be tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third. $3000. J F. Bralnforfl, dwelling, East Flanders, between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets, $2600. A. F. Swenson. dwelling, corner of Kear ney and Twenty-second streets, $2800. Mrs. Harrington, dwelling. Weldler street, between Tenth and Eleventh. $1000. A. Lenoir, dwelling. Fourteenth street, be tween Mill and S!Aitgomery. $1700. O. Shrllko. dwelling. Dawson street, in Portsmouth Addition. $1500. J H. Larson, dwelling. Dawson street. Portsmouth Addition. $1500. Real Estate Transfers. R. B. Lam son et al. to P. Buehner, east 75 feet lot 1. block 0. city $20,000 W J. Hill and wife to D. Bradley, lot 8. west Vi lot 0. block 1. Midway Annex Addition C G. Siirphy to H. W. Corbett et at, trusses, lots 8. 10. block M. Sell- J. Alnswortlu trustee, to C. Avery, lots 22. 23. block 1. Myrtle Park.. 450 320 J. F. Davis and wife to G. Peluso and wife, cast H lot 8. block B. Caruth ers Addition to Caruthers Addition 1.000 P. J, Mann and wife to G. W. Brown, lots 7, 8. 8. 13 to 18 Inclusive, block 12. Chicago Addition 1 E. J Adams et al. to F. W. Lead better. '215.70 acres In sections 29 to 32 inclusive, township 2 north. range l east E. Sampson to K. M. Storts. lots 7, 8, 8.000 block , Graceiana Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to SL W. Plowman, lots 10. 11, 12. block 63. Sunnyslde Third Addition Same to L. K. Carhart. lots 17. 18. 10. block 20. South St. Johns W J, Paddlcord' and wife to J. H. Smith, lots 11. 12. block A. Gen eral Compson's Addition SL J. Smith to 1905 Rjal Estate Co, GOO 1.000 825 300 43 acres, beginning at intersection of center line of Portland Boulevard and southeast line of Point View.. 27.500 1 'is. Farr et al. to J. P. Morris, lots 3. 4. 5. 8. 10. block 1: lots 9, 10. block 2. lots 3. 9. 10. 13. 14. block 3: lots 1. 5. 7. 14, block 4. Rosemont Addi tion 1 W. W. Allen ct al.. trustees, to S. Farr et al, same '. 1 G. H. Shlnn and wife to H. E. Grimm, lots 1. 2. block 11, City View Park Addition . S75 H. Yost and wife to SI. King, lot-6. block 14. Williams-Ave. Addition . 2.400 C G. Strobe and wife to SL Brunner. lot 4 block 5. Strobe's Addition ... M Walton and wife to A. P. Smith. - 51.3.4 .square, feet beginning at north- cast corner lot 1. block 37. city ... M Beck and husband to L. Lerch. lot 16. block S7. Sellwood W. R, Crosier et al. to same, lot 5, block 37. Sellwood T R. A. Sellwood et al. to same, lot 14. block 3. Sellwood Same to J. A. Sellwood. lots 5. 6. 50 425 825 600 block 69. Sellwood 1 E, H. Wemme to M. Loewenson et al, part lots 3. 4. block 16 city 33.000 R Catlln, trustee, ot al.. to Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. undivided 2-3 of blocks JB. 15. .part 7. 0. 14. Richland 1 Sheriff to same, same 16 Portland Trust Co. to B. E. Hughey, lot 1. block 3. Beanron O W Tavlor tuo L. E. Oliver, -north M lot 7. block 1. South Sunnyslde Addition Portland Lone Fir Cemeten- Co. to Sirs. R. Slacdonald. lot 120. block 35. Cemetery 7 Weber et al. to A. Hart et al, psrt 210 40 of T. Stephens D. I C. sectloti 22. township 1 south, range 1 east ... 1 7 C Nixon to R. Nixon. 1 acre, sec tion 6. township 1 south, range 2 east 1 W E. Thomas nnd wife to SL B. Ran kin, lots 5. 6. block 101. Grovel's Addition 1 B Rankin to L. A. Greenley. same 3.500 3 W SIrCor to Mrs. O. Pierce, lots 1 tn 4 Inclusive, block 6. Montlcello Addition 275 Big Saving to the State. Or.TSf.PIA. Wash.. July 19. (Special.) Governor Mead issued a statement today showing that the new law regarding the transportation of the state's charges to ihe penal and reformatory institutions and to the insane asylums, has saved to the state already J2231.CS. It cost the state that xnuqh less for the transportation of -hese persons during the months of April, May and June. 1903, than it did lor trans porting fewer persons for tho three months named in 1904. Under the old system prisoners, incor rlgibles and Insane persons were trans ported to the state Institutions by Sheriffs or their deputies, who were al lowed trawling expenses. Under the new law employes of the institutions convey he Inmates to the institution. It is esti mated that 418.000 will be saved In the present biennial period. When weak, weary and worn out. Hood's Sarsaparllla is just the medicine to restore strength. - DAILY METBORO LOGICAL REPORT. PORTLAND, July 18. Maximum temper c'ure. S8 deg.; minimum. ftS. River reading it 11 A. SL. 7.7 feet; char. re In pasr 24 lours fall. 0.4 of a foot. Total precipita tor!. 5 P. Sf, to 5 P. SL.- Bone; total since September L 104. 34.46 laches; normal. 6 16 inches; deciener, 1Z.9B "Inches. Total sunshine July IS. 1M5. 15 hours and 18 mln--tcs. possible. IS hours a4 18 minutes. Bar-irr-oter (reuee to sea level) at 3 P. SL, 3R8. HumMlty at S P. SL. 6pr eeat. lourly temperatures: 8 A. SL, 08 4egree: HOTEL Fifth and "Washington Streets EUROPEAN PLAN Rooms, jm to- 9B.M Per Day AoeertJiac to Loeatloii. 9. T. DAVITS, rre. St. Charles Hotel CO. EN'CORrO RATED.) y 'FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS PORTLAND. OREGON Earepeaa Plan Reent 75c te $2.60 First-Class Restaarant In Connection OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON Free 'bus to and from all trains : Rates Ean 75c C A. M.. 00: 7 A. St, 61; S A. SL. 64: 0 A. St, 69: 10 A. SL. 72: 11 A. St, 75; 12 SL. 76; 1 P. SL. SI; 2 P. SI, 154: 3 P. SL. 67; 4 P. SL, SS: 5 P. SI, 80: 6 P. SL. 8C. PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. 's a H STATIONS. iS 2. - oil -3 5 s : Baker City... Bismarck...., Boise Eureka....... Helena....... NorthHead... Pocatt llo. . Portland litd Bluff.... Roseburg 8210.00! 6:NW(Clear 7610.00 CN iClcar IMllO.OOaaiNElPt. Cldr. ..J 5S O.OOl ilN 'Cloudy .-! S4i0.OOlS IS !PL Cldy. . ' r. rUll1tffVTClflntMv . .! 52'O.Oollti NWlCloudv ..i S4l0.00i fi E iPLCIdy, . St0.00 -lis IHaiy ..1 Ci0.O0l SSWiClear . - S4'O.OOI10tN Clear . 1 futn.ooiiniK inionr Sacramento.. Salt Lake City 1 S8'0.O0! 4iS IPL Cldy. San Francisco J Sfllp.OOIlrtlSWjcioudy Spokane fl 1(0.00, 4'X '.Clear Seattle... .. Ro;o.OO:i4lNWlClesr Tatoosh Island I 54:0.(0;14ISWlCloudy Walla Walla lOOIO.OOl ClN (Clear WEATHER CONDITIONS. During the afternoon thunder iss heard at Pocatello. Idaho, but no rain fell and no rain Is reported anywhere In the Pacific States, although It is cloudy and threaten ing In Southern Idaho. It is warmer in Washington. Northern Oregon and Northern Idaho and slightly cooler In Southern Oregon. The Indications are for fair -weather In this district Thursday, except in Southern Idaho, where thundershowers will probably occur. It will be cooler In the Interior of Oregon and Washington, and continue warm east of the Cascade Mountains. WEATHER FORECASTS. Forecasts made at Portland for the 23 hours ending at midnight. July 20: Portland and vicinity Fair and cooler. Westerly winds. Western Oregon Fair, cooler north por tion, except coast. Westerly winds. Western Washington Fair, cooler Interior. Westerly winds. Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Fair and continued warm. Probably cooler Friday. Southern Idaho Thundershows and con tinued warm. EDWARD A. BEALS. Dlnrlct Forrcter. CLASSIFIED AJ). RATES. "Rooms." "Rooms and Board.' IIoui kerplng Rooms, "Situations Wanted. 13 words or less. 15 rents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis count for additional insertions. UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except "New Today," 20 cents for 15 words or less; 10 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, etc. 8rt insertion. Each additional insertion, one-half; so further discount un der one month. "NEW TODAY" (gauge meajare -r-.te), 15 cents per line, first insertion: 10 cents per line for each additional insertion. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad dressed care The Oreganlan, and left at this office, should always be Inclosed la sealed envelopes. No stamp is required on such letters. The Oregonlan will not be responsible for errors In advertisements taken through the telephone. AUCTION SALIX TODAY. At TCtO Washington street, corner of 17th tt. J. T. Wilson, Auctioneer. At Baker's auction hour, comer Alder and Park. Sale at 10 A. SL Geo. Baker & Co., auctioneers. By J. T. Wlbnn. at 530 Washington St.. at 10 A. M.; new furniture.- J. T. Wilson, auctioneer. At Gilman's Auction Rooms.' 413 War4itngton -itrect at 10 o'clock A. M. fi. L. N. Oilman. Auctioneer. HORN. WERTHEIMER To the wife of Samuel E. Werthelmer. a tKtn, July 18. 1SW5. MEETING NOTICES. COLUSIBIA IXJDGE. NO. 114. A. F. & A. M- Stated communication this (Thursday) evening), 8 o'clock. Slavonic Temple. Work In M. M. degree. All Masons invited. B. S. PAGUE. Secretary. HASSALO LODGE. No. 15. L O. O. F. Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. Visitors welcome. HENRY BROWN. Secretary. ROYAL ARCANUM. MULTNOMAH. WIL lamette. Oregon Councils will entertain mem bers at Auditorium Hall. Tbur-dsy, July 20. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. RED MEN meet on Monday and Thursdaya, 8 P. M.. 170H Second st. Visitors welcome. DIED. ZEISER At Wathena. Karu, July 15. 1005. Ignatius Zelser. aged 72 years, beloved father of Mrs. F. X Legrand. of this city. FUNERAL NOTICES. K BOUGH In this city. July 1J. 1505. John D. Keough, aged 21 years, son of James J. Keough. ot thia city. Funeral will take place from Dunning. VrEntee & Gllbaugh' Chapel. Seventh and Pine streets FriCay. July 21. at fi A. M. Interment Slount Cal vary Cemetery. Los Angeles papers plea.- copy. DUNNING. M'ENTEE GILBAUGTL . s cessers to DbbhIhc Casnftlon, t-Bdertakers and embalraers. raederB hi erery detail. 7th aad rise. Phoac Stale 4S4U Lady assUtaat. EDWARD HOLM AN CO-. Undertakers and embalreers. bare ott1 to their new build lag. Third and Salsaea. Lady tudttaat. Telephone No. S07. J. P. FINLEY BON, Fh-mtbI Dlreeters, cor. Sd and SfaeMsoi . OAee f .CoaXy Or ser. Lady asilstsBt. Tetephoae New 9. F. Aide S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East r. Lady asstttaat. Telephone Rast SC. rELLEj-t-BYRNES CO, UNBERTAKEK8. Smbalmeirs, 27S Ras'l: East 1M6; lady as't. NEW TODAY. INVESTORS SIGHTLY QUARTWl Oft HALF block, E. Jiarr.rtae. cloae In. with good cot tage, ix- iow agure. can on Jeecpn Bucatei, 370 Bast Bwrstlde. PERKINS PORTLAND, OREGON XVst-CUst Check Knturul Coaacctca WKa XeteL C O. DAVIS, See. aad Treat. Eo $3.00 Per Day : AMUSEMENTS. MarqHam Grand Theater eircllM X. V. T. AJSOCUTIJI C EiHtc fruit! Morrison Street between 6th and Phone Slain S6S. THE COOLEST THEATER IN TOWN. TONIGHT AT -30 O'CLOCK. Every Night This Week With a Special Price Matinee Saturday. THE FAMOUS GERMAN COMEDIANS KOLB AND DILL In the Merry 31 u leal Comedy-Burletque " i. 0. U." COM EDT M USIC FUN. 10 PRINCIPALS 10 40-BEAUTIFLL CHORUS GIRLS 40 POPULAR PRICES Slatlnee. 25. 35 and 50 cents; Night. 25. 35. 50 and 75 cents. Seats Are Now Selling Buy Them Early. BELASCO THEATER TEL mum (Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and Wash. THE COOLEST THEATER IN TOWN. TONIGHT-ALL THE WEEK. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA 8th Week Belaco Stock Company. ANTHONY HOPE'S POPULAR ROMANCE. PRICES Night, 16c to 75c. to 50c. Matinees. 15c NEXT WEEK "NAUGHTY ANTHONY." GRAND JOHN P. HILL & CO. 4-IAFAYfcTrE-LAMON-r ritOLTE 4 GLENROY Jt RUSSELL. LA GKECIA. SIR. FRED rURlNTON. THE GRANUISCOPE. General adtnlsrlon, 10 cents. Evenings. Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on lower-floor 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents. THE BAKER FtSAcu Third and Yamhill... -Keating & Flood. SIgra. THE THREE RAYS. BURLEIGH & CO. WILLY LENEKP. ItAY M'BRAIN. THE 1'LYING ZERKLDAS. LAKOsK. 11AT1-1EL1) CA1NES. MOVING PICTURES. BAKER'S ORCHESTRA. Theater always cool and comfortable. Per formances dally at 2.30, 7:30 and a P. M. Admission TEN CENTS to any seat except boxes. STAR ZARA CO. THE FINN EG ANS. ROM.-OE AND bl.MS. KitAhT AND UIUUL.V. 1LWDEN. SIR, JOSEPH BONNER. THE STAROSCOPE. General admission. 10 centv Evenlngri. Sundays and holidays, reserved seats on lower floor. 20 cents. Box seats. 25 cents. Baseball RECREATION TAJIK. Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth. PORTLAND vs. TACOMA JULY 19. 20. 2L 22. ADMISSION. 5C GRANDSTAND. 25c. CHILDREN. 15c Bex tickets and reserved seats on sale at Wood a rd. Clarke & Co.'. Lewis and Clark Observatory HAWTHORNE TERRACE PORTLAND HEIGHTS Now open. Take Portland Heir his ear and get off atHawthorne Terrace, one block from car line. No climbing. Electric elevator Most magnificent view In America. Sea beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from top oi tower, upen i a. m. u o f, iL ADMISSION. 10 CENTS. NEW TODAY. VERNON! The X10 prlze.offered till Aucust 1 for the best suggestion for a head line tor our Vernon" ad will be awarded to the suc cessful competitor by the following well known admen, who will act as Judges: R. SL Hall, care O. R & N. Co.; H. C Whlttler. care Olds, Wortman & King, and A. T. Wing, care Hygienic Mattress Co. We re ceived tho following suggestions yesterday. "Pass on to Vernon." "Vernon's" Vesture Is Vernal." "Vernon's Vantage Is Value. "Vernon's Vista Is Verdant." i "An Annex to Heaven." "Buyon Vernon!! Satisfaction!!!" "Vernon. Washington's Home" "Vernon. Portland's Beacon Hilt" MOORE INVESTMENT CO, 151 Cth SL Pbosw- Main 16. Holiaday's Addition For Silt A new 5-room cottage, all con veniences, full cement basement, streets fully improved. A very desirable location. Convenient to two trolley lines. Terms will b given. Lots rold on advantageous terms to home bullders. The Oregon Real EEstateCo SSH Third SL. Room 4. California-" Bliss Lands-' Email farms for settlers. 8200 acres of Irri gated land in 20-acre farms at $50 to $70 per acre one-fourth cash. Reached by Southern Pacific or Santa Fe Overland Line, direct to Tulare City. 2 istles from Bliss Lands. Alfalfa, com. craln. deciduous fruits, vece- table-, bogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet tree J from mist inds (inc.). cars fcuuivan ic tu 11 van. Lawyers. 610 Parrott bide. San Fran--Cisco. ABSTKACT5 OF TITLE tw rwemr mm en-tiTlef as i t &at. " xamca abstraets pesca-pUy. X0KT6A3K LOANS Ifrivl PsTTtead Real Xaa. S CtttTT AsssTTRACT Jt TRDK7 CfX X14-Z1S Cbailr mt fsnisssf . NEW TODAY. OLD COLD. JEWELR1. BOUGHT. MADS over, excise-; td: cia-aonds. precious stcaes loose and mounted: watchta. Jewelry repaired. Uccle Myers, the Jeweler. 1(3 3d. near Alder. New Today! Here's a. map. Quarter-block. East Side. 4 blocks from car-II nr. 6-room cottage nearly cornplited. $1400 as It stand. Owner most bare money. Phone Male 2324. COLLINS LAND CO., Stearns BMc. Oppei-He FestefSee. GEO. BLACK PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 318 Worcester Block General practice. ""avestlgatioBS. Estate work. Special mad periodical audit. Phone Clay 5. FOR SALE REAL KSTATE. "-ROOM NEW ilODEPvN HOUSE. E. MADI on and 23 Ih. 43000. 2 lots, each 61x100. sidewalk, sewer, gas. and water. E. Madlr-on. cor. 30th. $600 and J7O0. Large lot on Hawthorns are. and E. 2Sth. $1500. 1 acre. Hawthorne are. and E. 48th. J I COO. 17 acres on Johnson Creek. miles out. electric railroad station on land. J 1700. 140 acres Umber. 4 miles from Oregon Cltr. 13200. 45 acres near Sellwood. on creek, suit able for platting or garden. $1G0 per acre 160 acres timber. Colombia Countr. $13 per acre. Liberal terms. JAMES Jf. DAVIS, Owner. 7 1st sL FOR SALE CHOICE INCOME-BEARING property. $3,50u. brlngtcs' $300 per month. Three houses and lots ner teel Bridge, on easy terms. Three lots In Holladay Addi tion, iniri io suit. Lot ou Grand are.. $135U. 50 lot In Highland Park, on terms to ault. 2 Eotuec. 13th. near Vashington 54T50. bringing $55 per month. Double house In North Portland for JT45C. bringing SZO i-rr month. Hcuks on Tnuman L. tor SlbSO. on easy terms. ZM acre? In St. John, on car line fcr 275o. 2 acres In heart or Su Johns, for $1P50. 5 acres on car line In St. John, for f475Q. Lotn arwl acreage clote In on terms to suit. Apply t owner.VSV. Reldt. Rcom 15. Washington bldg, cor. "4th and Wajhlsgton at. PORTLAND HEIGHTS. Six lots, commanding t,ool view; J6SO each. Six lota, commanding L Ml vew; 11000 each. We believe the are tie cheapest and beat lots on the Heights or Lt the city: all front ing on car Uae; caey ta-ns. AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO. Phone Slain 5353. 22 Falling building. 41SOO-7-ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE. FINE fruit tie-f. one block from car line. 225' New 6-rcom modern bonze, with furnace and clecaic llgbu. into Coxy tt-rocrn horue. half, block from car. 475 Small bou-. corner loL Come out and we will show you these home. Eacy terms on all. Take Ecllweed car and gt off at Ten 1 no sr. (S down and f5 a month will buy you a fine lot. SELLWOOD TOWXS1TE CO, Phone Union 1491. 12 ACRES. All clearrd. rich lsnd. 3 acres beaverdani lonlen land), rcrisg watr. within 200 feet of Oregon City car line. 2 miles south of llllwaukle; could be lubdlvitlded Into lots or acre tracts; price TOCJ: easy terms; would sell ont.half ror.l&X. AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO.. Phone Main 53S3. 222 Falling building. BARGAIN IN ACREAGE. 1SV acres on West Railroad. 25 minutes from 4th and Alder, near station; all under cultivation; watered by sptlng; surrounding URranacd for uburban heme; 2jU. only Siaa casn: win nay interest on price to cui tlvate or rent land; will rapidly increase in value, as can be rold in Jets wnen irsru portatlon facllllirs have been increased. A! drets D 14. Oreronian. ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACnUAKE as a spscialty. within city limits or ouulde. Some acres with terms as luw as flu per month with wattr. A. C Churchill it Co.. 'lac 110 2d s. FOR SALE TO MAKE AN IMMEDIATE sale. I will hell at a great bargain and on aty terms my well-bulil home of lu roums; all modern conveniences; located on Quarter block northeast corner 15th and Schuyler. Holiaday's Addition, on 2 car lines. AddrfM J no. Lawrence. Hotel Oxford. Cth and Oak. SELLWOOD TOWNSITE JOTS. f5 MONTH Fine corner. 109 feet square, two blocks xrom car line; X3W. Three low. near new woolen mills. $73 each. Phune Union 1431. SELLWOOD TOWNSITE CO. Offices at Sellwood and at 222 Falling bldg. BEAUTIFUL HOMES. 7 AND S ROOMS, with all modern conveniences; on -E. 3d. between Wasco and Multnomah! conven ient to 3 carllncs; for sale on easy terms. Apply to owners. Parish & Gourlay. on premises. Phone East 150. POBTlJlXn INVESTMENT--TWO v STYII VS three nails, bottling alley end residence, said to have coil yielding good rental; price $5S0v: part exchange for city or farm property, il v. urrgonian. $lSr-EXCEPTIONALLT NICE 7-ROOM. two-story home. Piedmont, modern, bath, patfnt toilet, fruit, full lot. lovely home; terms; am leaving city. L fl. Oregonlan. BIG SACRIFICE FINE MODERN SUBURB an home and ' outbuildings, on electric line, with larje grounds; party leaving city; best offer takes It. Room 317. Si th k. 1V ACRES. HOUSE. RARN. ORCHARD, fruits, garden, cow and chickens; near car line: cheap; owner leaving. 1L L Eckersoo. Washington bldg. $250J BUYS NEW 6-KOOM MODERN house and corner lot. E. 34th. near Di vision: easy terms. Owner, 420 Commer cial blk. 200 FARSIS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R. Aceitca. Lents. Or. Take Ml Scott car. Sc. NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE. HOLLADAY PARK; owner occupying; will tell cheap; terms. Phone Ei. 14U. or call 690 Wasco st. FOR SALE-THAI FINE LARGE HOUSE, corner ot 10th and Washington sta Apply to Wm. Flledner. 260 E. 22d it. MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. HOLLADAY Park; lower in price than adjoining prop erty. Owner. H 12. Oregonlan. 10 ACRES FINE FRIUT AND BERRY LAND. 2 miles east ot Mount Tabor; a snap. In quire 201 Oregonlan bldg. ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. G MILES from Morrison et. bridge. C K. Ballard. Mllwaukle. Or. $3000 MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE. HALF block from Ankeny car line. Inquire owner, - 6 E. 16th x. LOT 50X100; HOUSE 6 ROOMS; NOW VA cant; good- buy. Inquire of owner. 201 Ore gonlan bldg. j $3r0-FINE UNIMPROVED RESIDENCE lot. 'axira; i&u st.. nod iiiii atstnet. rnone Main OGO. FOR SALE-LOT: 1. BLOCK 216. HOLLI dy Addition; price $500. Mitts J 13; Oregonlan. DESIRABLE RESIDENCES -AND LOTS. West or East Side. Apply forenoons -149 3d sL TO EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE PUEBLO VACANT LOT with cash for very cheap unimproved West ern lands; full particulars in first letter. T. F. Schofield. Underwood. N. D. WANTED PTOCK OF GOODS. REAL Es tate, sawmills, la exchange for Eastern property; give full partlculara. Decision Brothers. Maxomanlc. Wb. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL ettale. furniture of 11 dean, welt-furnished -roams, rooms fall, fine location. Inquire C5 I2th st FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS. 163 ACRES . YELLOW PINE AND FIR: S. 000. 000 teet: accessible; JT.50 acre. J. Balnea. S2S San Rafael st Portland, Or. 12 SECTIONS OF SPRUCE TIMBER FOR aaic by owner; line perfect. Address. C cars OrrgGBlaa. CHOICE TIMBER CLAIM?. HOMESTEADS for locattoe. Inq. 706 Cbamber of Commerce. WANTED REAL RSTATE. TCB WANT WKTT HOE XEaXDICVCXS. $3t- t $tt: ats iMaw ;jyrtl. i to I2.M. AlV btrs. L. W. V(mmt . Oa, t AMagtotv M-lg. TOR SALE FARMS. GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED -to acres two miles xrosa. town on sart .sabi riven land lays good; soil very rich: 10' acres cleared; orchard, 4-room house; a snap at only $350, with Vt down. SO acres, with 35 acres under plow and In crop; nearly all creek bottosa; no wate land; one. acre of green timber, flae trout stream Cows through place; good family orchard, good 7-room hoa- with spring water la yard: larg barn; with this place got a hone. 5 head rattle, of which 4 a milch cows; all farming Implements. Includ ing wagon and ham., also household fur niture; on county road dom to school and 4 miles from Castle Rock. Price S1CS0, with convenient terms. IMUS & WI LLO UGH BY AND COWLIT7S LAND COMPANY COMBINED. OQlces- Kalsma. Wash.; Kelso. Wash. GILT-EDGE INVESTM ENT WILLAMETTE Valley stock farm. 1004 acre open pasture land, all under post and wire fence; 700 acres woven wire, dog and coyote-proof; place will carry the year round 1000 sheep and 50 head of cattle, without extra feed; SCO acres meadow. If cut for hay would sup port many more; springs In abundance: i mile good town: buildings; price only 94.Su per acre. B. S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder st. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN FINE 354-acre Valley farm, about 200 acres bottom lano. about 1G0 In cultivation; balance low bench partly cleared and la grass, good buildings, fences and orchard; some beaverdam; about 1500 cords of flr ar.d ash timber: electric light and telephone; close to rail, church and schools; 2G mllea to Portland; 45 per acre; terms. S 3. Oregonlan. FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE 140 ACRES of improved land C miles north from Corval 11s: loo acres In cultivation; good hoc, good water, oa good road and good settlement; will exchange for house and lot In city to the amount of $2000 to $2500. and balance mortgage on farm at tl per cent Interest. ' Further particulars, call on J. L. Wells & Co.. 54 Grand ave. LITTLE DAIRT FARM frt ACRES. MILE R. R. station; IS acres In cultivation: nouse, bam. woodshed, other buildings; running wa ter through yard; 2 miles good fence; or chard.; 39 miles from city by rail; 54 acres timber, will pay for place; 3 head young heifers. 23 sheep, 42 goats; all for $2000. It- S. Cook & Co.. 251 Alder sL FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE 11 ACRES, the best land on Johnson Creek; 40 rods from Lents; .well-improved, good house, barn, chlcken-bouve and creek runs through land; thte land will be sold part cash and ex changed for house and lot In city. For terms and particulars call on J. L. Wells & Co.. 'M Grand ave. THE BEST ON THE MARKET 101 ACRES. any so minutes drive of center of Portland. 65 acres cultivated; good houe. barn and fences, strong stream water acrces the place; none better If you want a good farm cloe to city; mortgage foreclosure; mut be sold at half price. B. S. Cook & Co.. 231 Alder st. SOMETHING NICE COMPLETE FARM. 55 acres; level land. In cultivation. 700 Winter apples, modern Improvements, electric car. fine roads all year: 3 miles east of Portland; growing crop, chickens, stock and Imple ments; fine water and piped; more acreage adjoining If wanted. 227 Front U FREE GOVERNSIENT FA RSI LANDS JUST opened to settlement; level valley land: no stone or timber; water and soil first class. Koom Co. Labbe bldg.. cor. 2d and wash. A SNAP 20 ACRES. HANDY TO CAR LINE. 12 serf r cultivated, no gravel: good garden land; $5 per acre; easy terms. B. b. Loj & Co.. 251 Alder tt. TO LEASE. TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS. SIX acre;- of land tn North Alblna; Apply to H. li. .Nerxnup. guardian, itooms 33-jo w asn lagton bldg. FOR SALE LiND bCRlP. LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN teea. mineral lands titled, puoltc Unu prac tice, coti.ns una co.. stearod cicg. FOR SALE. Horses. Vehicles nnd Uarneas. 100 VEHICLES IN STORAtlE. CONSISTING f exnress. furniture and delivery wagons. hacks. bcggHs, cart and surreys; they must be sold regardleis of exist- SJ-j-S7 Lnloa ave.. between Stark and Washington sc. FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES AND VE tMddfts and 2u0 new and second-Land rigs for sale or exchange. Tomilnsou cxail cay. 211 Washington st. FOR SALE TWO GOOD DRIVING OR RID- Ing marts, weight lOui and lino, well bro cn and safe. Phone Main 1217. LIGHT TEAM. DOUBLE HARNESS AND 2-seated wagon; Ideal camping outfit: cheap. East 10U5. CAMPING WAGONS. HARNESS. HORSES For rent and for sale. Hubert & Hatl. 253 Fourth st. HORSES FOR SALE ALL SIZES. KINDS and prices. 201 McKay bldg. Main 3157. LIGHT RUBBER-TIRED BUGGY; NEWLY painted. $50. 347 Washington st. ;AS FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE Next session begins Julr 17. FOR SALE THREE FINE HEAVY TEAMS. 154 North 3th. Miscellaneous. DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? Cover It with Mastic roofing. In rolls, easy ;o lay; needs no painting or coating: good' over old Iron, tin or shingles: tor new roof there Is nothing better; rruaran teed: Mastic roof paint and cement will top small leaks. National Mastic Roofing Ccu. room 2. Hamilton bldg. GOOD STOVBV.-OOD. $2.50, PER LOAD, nearly two cores; bargain. In brick this week; agents wanted. Mrs. Howe Wood- Brick Co. Teams for hire: five houses for rent. J2i$ E. Division st. Phone Union 173. FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND billiard and pool tables: easy payments: ws rnt tables, witn privilege or nuying: moc rn bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick- Balke-Cclender. 43 3d st. A SNAP. Brand-new tent. 12x14. with floor, dishes. stov. etc.. all set up. located on Portland Heights; furnished completely: location se cured. 31 3. uregonian. LARGE LOTS. IMPROVED OR UNIM pr-rved. on car line, near schooL from $100 to tzvo. Mrs. van. uax urove btaiion. on Oregon city car line. GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE. 10-TON carry Inr capacity. 24 horsepower engine will sell at a bargain, a- IO. Oregonlan. SECOND-HAND MUSiCAU INSTRUMENTS .of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or lajtali- xacnta. Flicer Music Co.. isc 3d st. EXPRESS FURNITURE AND TRUNKS removed, reasonable rates. Phone Union 173. Howe. K29 E. Division sL ELEGANT BLACK WALNUT BEDROOM ett. cot $125. for $50; fine bookcase, gas range. e. jztn st. FOR SALE-BARGE. 110 FEET LONG. 32 teet wide, inquire uaice star bana c-j. I5th and Front sts. 3U TO 5-HORSEPOWER WOOD SAWING maenme vtr r -J. cosx .-. jia waier st, Phone Slain 459d. 1000 LARGE NEW NAPKINS. HEMMED best quality linen, for sale. 304 Alder; suit able for coieL GENTLE JERSEY COWS. REGISTERED. $S0 full-blooded. $50. Inquire W. Hosea Wood. 141b 1st at. FOR SALS SMITH-PREMIER TYPE writer, almost nsw; reasonable C 73. cars Oregonlan. HOUSEBOAT FOR SALE A BEAUTY AND a bargain. -Qwner, ICO Sherlock bldg. Phone A FRESH JERSEY MILCH COW. 4 YEARS old. 334 East Burr.eide M. Phone East -r FOR KEJNT DONKEY ENGINE. CALL 324 Chamber Commerce or phone Mam 2353. FOR SALE CHOICE SCOTCH COLLIE PUP pies. Telephone union 2s. FOR SALE-FRESH COW AT !4 MULTNO- HELP WANTED MA LK. WANTED ENERGETIC SINGLE YOUNG man who can leave town immediately, travel and learn gooo-paylng business. Call, IO to 2 P. M-. room 14. 361 YamhllL MEN aad voasen ta iara watcaaaJar. sr&ving. jewelers" wk; eair prac se&eet zsr Jewslrrs; Tsooey rsade learn'g. Taamxg Eograv. School. P. I. i!Jx- SeaUIe. SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD AD- Cress, age 21 to 2S. to travel and solicit others need not apply. Call 10 A. M. to P. M- Imperial Hotel. WANTED A YOUNO MAX TO WORK IN bakery. Apply 114 Ituaell st. Faoae Sut P7. WANTED FIP8T-CLASS COOK. -MESUC RratauffMK. cor. Morrlsoa Mttf . - . r WANTED TIXXKR AXD PLVMWR. auk A. MIMetJw. Oetr CHr. f HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED A CLOTHING SALESMAN AVHO understands the art of dressing windows, writing- window cards and be generally useful- An nat want an annrentice. but a man of experience and ot sober habit. "The posi tion Is for a store in one ot we larger wwra m this state. Address D 15. care Oregonlan. WANTED A FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE repair man and one who understands buy ing Junk, or we will sell our secona-nana etore doing a good business in ons -of th oest towns on the racinc oasu nyou ho is interested and has $200. writa us. J 2.- care Oregonlan. WANTED FOR U. "5. ARMY ABLE)-BODIED unmarried men. between the age of -1 ana 35. cltlxens of United States, ot good char acter aaa temperate nasits. wno can spcax. read and write English. For information apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sta, Portland. Or. WANTED HONEST HUSTLING ORGANI- zera who can produce permanent business for Fraternal Union of America: best fra ternal Insurance extant: salary and commis sion. F. F. Boos. Supreme President. Denver. Colo. AD SOLICITORS. GOOD TALKERS. WHO are not making $30 week, have proposition where you can make up to $100 week: new and easy: If ron can't clear 130 week for yourself not wanted; city Job. 33 N. 2d. Red 154. WANTED IO NEAT APPEARING AND IN- telllgent young men to demonstrate and de liver free sample.-.: salary paid. Apply Thursday A. M. and P. M. The Penna Soap Co., 53 1st St.. Portland. WANTED laOOO LABORERS. LOGGERS. mill and railroad work. If you want weric coma to Portland; wages. $1.40 to $3 peri day ana board. Canadian Employment Co, 2 ID-Burn tide st. WANTED STRONG. INDUSTRIOUS. WELL- educated boy. over 17. to learn trade; must come well recommended and be willing to work hard. EHera Piano House. 351 Wash ington sL WANTED CHORUS GIRLS. AMATEURS. ana proicamonai actors, singers, musicians, etc., for dramatic companies. Fair, etc Newman's Theatrical Agency. 351 Slor rlaon. WANTED A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING sale-man for country; only temperate, ex perienced persons need apply; good wages to the right man. Address E 15, Oregonlan. WANTED A COMPETENT ENGINEER TO take charge of an Irrigation plant; must furnkih best of references as to competency and experience. Address C 12. Oregoftian. WANTED LEADED GLASS MAKER; mostly plain leaded; permanent position, good habits; state experience and wages. Washington Mill Co., Spokane. Wash. WANTED BRIGHT. ENERGETIC SIAN. small capital, to take active Interest In good paying bu.i!ne; pay you to Investigate. H 15, Oregonlan. WANTED BRIGHT BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS old for office work. Address in own hand writing giving ag- and reference. F 15. Ore gonlan. WANTED STENOG R APH ER FOR GENEKA- al office work In growing buslners; wages small to start with. Address L 14. Orego nlan. Wsnttd Men to learn barber trade: steady practice: expert instructions. write for ttrms. Caiman's College. C2T Clay sr.. S. F. California wine depot: headquarters bakers. cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wines 5c, per gia-s. xr. .uoraii. iu -iin. ciay isoa. WANTED NONUNION BRICKLAYERS. AP- ply between 8 and 10 A. SL, room 7. Canter bury bldg. N. W. corner 3d and Washington. WANTED FOREMAN FOR SASH AND door dept.; experienced and aggrersive, good habits. Washington Mill Co.. Spokane. Wash. EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR-GOOD OPEN- Ing for reliable man; position permanent. Apply Chicago Dye Works, 408 Washington. WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT- land and throughout state to solicit busi ness. Call cr write. 607 McKay bldg. WANTED NEAT YOUNG SIAN FOR ICE cream stand; also 2 for grocery clerks. Clerks" Registration Bureau. 2U5 Morrison L YOUNG MAN TO PREPARE FOR PAYING position; fine opening: good salary: chance for promotion. Box 1553, Denver. Colo. WANTED GROCERY DELIVERYSIAN. aged 18. city experience; $40 up. Clerks" Registration Bureau. 265 Morrison ct. AN EXPERIENCED FIRE INSURANCE solicitor, well acquainted In city. Address with particulars D ICO. Oregonlan. ANY PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE OUR "Em- simples. $13 weekly: steady. Mgr. plre." 4 Wells st . Chicago. WANTED WAGON-MAKBR DOWN -AT As toria. Heady Job: $3 a day and up. Address Andrew Asp. Astoria. Or. WAITERS TWO EXPERIENCED YOUNG men. steady work. Commercial Restaurant. 4SSti Washington sL MAN WANTED TO WORK ON RANCH near city. Deniron News Co.. 326 Johnson sL. opposite depot. WANTED SOME PLANERS AND GRAD- ers, and airo sawmiu la Dor. jastern & v. st ern Lumber Co. BILLING CLERK. ALSO BOY. GOOD AT figures, age 17. Business Men s Clearing House. 110 2d St. WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN TO take staple article of hardware as side line. N S6. Oregonlan. WANTED FIRST-CLASS SIOULDER MAN on detail work. Washington SHU Co.. Spo kane. Wash. WANTED FIRST-CLASS CRAYON ARTIST; must be the best. Address K 15. care Ore gonlan. YOUTH. IS TO 20 YEARS. STRONG AND wining, for indoor woric Apply -toa wasn lngton. WANTED BBAKEMAN FOR WORK TRAIN cn construction of logging road. J 14. Ore gonlan. WANTED A FIRST-CLASS BRICK SETTER. wages $3 for 1 6. COO, at Mrs. Howes brick yard. BARBER WANTED SATURDAY NONE but first-class, sis Williams ave., cor. Rus sell. WANTED 1 DINING-ROOM AND 1 UP- stalrs girl. Elton Court. 11th and YamhllL OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED: HIGH- eit price, paid. 50 3d.- Phone Pacific 4C FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN try; big wages; 215 Commercial block. BOY AT DUNHAM PUBLISHING CO.. 1st st. Call Monday at 9:30 A. M. 6SH WANTED FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER and stenographer. B 2, Oregonlan. OPERATOR ON FISHER BILLING SIA chlne. P 13. Oregonlan. WANTED A POLISHER AND PLATER. Ap ply 50 Grand ave- A KITCHEN MAN WANTED. 53 N. 1STH st cor. Davis WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED WAITERS 12S 5lh st. FIRST- -CLASS BARBER WANTED. 206 Madison. HELP WANTED FEMALE. LADIES WANTING EMPLOYMENT please call: many situations too numerous ta mention. Exposition and other place. HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY. 3434 Washington sL. eer. 7th. PHONE MAIN 2mZ. WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER- alls and shirts; instructions given to In-. experienced. Apply Neustaater Bros.. Standard Factory No. 2. corner East Tay lor and Grand ave. AN ATTRACTIVE. LIVE -SALESLADY; must be experienced and have gut-edge ref erences. Call between 9 and 12 o'clock; of ficial souvenir stand, at the Tavern. 123 6th st. WANTED FIRST-CLASS ' LADY REPRR. tentative in Portland and tbrnughout stats: good pay. Call or write 687 McKay bldg. -StS- SL Leal Agency. 2304. YamhllL Main' 54 IX SXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED AT Watson's Restaurant, 109 4th st. A GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK. 682 Johrctcn. Phone- Mala 6317. WANTED A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSS work. Apply 43G TllUmook st. GIRL FOR GENERAL- HOUSEWORK. CALL -1ST. E. 12ta sr., near Yam fe 111. GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL. HUUJE-w-k; Apply -tr Frotrt GIHL WANTED. FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK Calf at. aa R. scv4a at. .WAjmO-TWO F9CfrA)sla -r' ' I .."j )l kXPMUBHCED st . WATT- HELP WANTED FEMALE. 2 FIRST-CLASS SALESLADD3S FOR EXPO sttton Jewelry store. $12 to $15 a week, an 6 per cent. Not necessarily experienced lx Jewelry, but must hive sold goods before. German and English-speaking girl fat handkerchief booth. Exposition. $S a week. Girl for lemonade stand. $& a week. 13 waitresses, housegirls. cooks, etc. Hansen's Ladles Agency, 343H- Washington et.. cor. 7th. upstairs. WANTED IMMEDLVTELY LEADING EADY, character woman, soubrette. leading anc character man for dramatic company; gooc salary. Room 11, 351Vi Morrison. GIRLS IF- YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL to t us. .Over 1000 positions every month. Call and register. Canadlr.n Parlors. 22iM Morrieca. Main 1323. GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK IX small family: muni be able to cook; $20 pei mo. Appjy 40 Front st. Thursday or Friday morning. WANTED BRIGHT SALESWOMAN. AP ply room 57. Hotel Northern. 12th and Mar shall, this evening between 7:15 and a o'clock. WANTED A CAPABLE; AMBITIOUS WOM an to enter tho Vlavl training school foi permanent position. Ron 23. Lewis bldg. WANTED 2 NEAT. INDUSTRIOUS GIRLS, good character, for Ice cream parlor; $7 week. Clerks' Registration Bureau. 265 Morrison st- WANTED A NEAT. TIDY. EXPERIENCED girl for general housework, in a small tamiiy. Call mornings at 6SO Tillamook s.. Irvlngton. A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework In family of three: German pre ferred. Apply mornings, SS North 22d st. MIDDLE-AGED GIRL. GERMAN, HELP lady In rooming-house and stop with the same In her residence. H 13, Oregonlan. REFINED. EDUCATED WOMAN TO TAKE responsible position with Vlavl Co.; perma nent. Call room 23. Lewis bldg; WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR cooking: family of three: wages $25; wash Ing. Call at 144 North 19th st COMPETENT FIRST AND SECOND GIRLS, general housework, small family. Apply mornings. 72 North 20th st. ' r GOOD COOK WANTED FOR FAMILY: REF exences required; good wages. Call 'at Parlor C, Portland HoteL WANTED CHRISTIAN WOMAN FOR GEN eral housework; must come well recom mended. Phone Main 2363. WANTED YOUNG LADY TO ASSIST IN nursing. Inquire Open-Air Sanatorium. Take Oregon City car. WILLING WORKING GIRL FOR HOUSE work: must be good, plain cook; reference. 695 Davis, cor. 21st. GIRL OR WOMAN FOR FAMILY HOUSE work at beach, until about September. Ap. ply 513 McKay buldg. WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO HELP WITH general housework. Church St., ML Tabor. Mrs. Fred Broetje. WANTED TWO WAITRESSES. READY" TO work, steady: corner 14th and Yamhill. Dekum restaurant. WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE work; one who stays home nights preferred. Call 501 Jefferson. WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. Apply 374 Taylor sL, cor. West Park. GOOD WAITRESS FOR LUNCH COUNTER: also table girls at race track. Mrs. Geering. grandstand. YOUNG LADY AS CLERK IN STORE. CALL after 10:30 A. M. Swetland &. Son. 273 Morrison st. WANTED SIILLINERY APPRENTICES AND makers. Apply to Lowengart & Co., 02 Front street. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. 155 16th et.. cor. Morrison. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO cooking and general housework. 205 12th st. A GIRL FOR GENERAL small family. 252 13th st.. HOUSEWORK, near Slain. WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE work; good wages. Phone Scott 1336. WANTED CHAMBERMAID FOR A SHORT time: good pay. 449 Washington st. NICE GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK and take care chilC 211 6th st. GIRLS WANTED IN BOOKBINDER"!". Lovejoy & Lincoln, 128 First sL WANTED GIRL work and cook. FOR GENERAL HOUSE; 714 Everett. GIRL TO WORK IN CANDY Pacific Coast Biscuit Company. FACTORY. WANTED GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY. 221 ICth et. HELP WANTED MALE OS FEMALE. 10 WAITRESSES. COOK. INSIDE EXPOSI Hon: othew. $20. room near: waitresses, cooks, dishwashers, pantry., laundry; 50 housework: washwomen wanted. Harvest hands, bellboy. Drake's. 20514 Washington. SITUATION WANTED MALE. Bookkeepers and Clerks. STENOGRAPHER AND OFFICE -ASSISTANT, young man. rapid, accurate: sue years' ex perience, reasonable salary. C 14. Oregonlan. WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG MAN experienced stenographer In law office at small salary. B 13. Oregonlan. Miscellaneous. IAPANESE. FIRST-CLASS CHIEF COOK, hotel, restaurant, wages $18 up week: city or country. Harry Yama. 40 1st st. North, Portland, Or. JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION As schoolboy In family: help with cooking, or any kind work In city. B 14. Oregonlan. JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN furnish domestic servants, farmers also; all kinds ot help. Clay 513. 263 Everett st. A JAPANESE; YOUNG MAN, "WANTS housework or dishwashing- and cook help. Q 13, Oregonlan. FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WISHES situation, private family, city or country. V 13. Oregonlan. YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION IN GRO eery and meat market: best references. L 15, Oregonlan. A 1 BAKER. BREAD AND CAKES, CITY or country. 645 4th st. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. Bookkeepers and Stenographers. EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRAPHER with knowledge of bookkeeping desires p sltlon; owns typewriter. Phone West 1301. WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER and stenographer by a young woman with first-class credentials. Phone Scott 2156. Ho use's cep ers. POSITION AS MANAGING HOUSEKEEPER for wldcwer with children by a young ac complished woman, with ability; - references . exchanged. Address Y 14. Oregonlaru SITUATION WANTEDCAPABLE MlDDLE aged poman. housekeeper, widower's fam ily. 230 Yamhill. Phone Main 5413. MIDDLE-AGED LADY. NEAT HOUSEKEEP er and manager, would like care of nice home for widower. E 14. Oregonlan. Ji arses. WANTED BY ENGLISH WIDOW. L Airi ly arrived, position as children's nurse; willing; to do light work, or any place of trusL Herring. 7S2 Reed sL EXPERIENCED NURSE WILL TAKE CON finement cases at $10 per week. 512 15th and Sa-er. Phone Clay 603. Domestics. SITUATION WANTED CHAMBERWORKTs by experienced Norwegian glxlr good hotel preferred. 2304 YamhllL Phone Slain 5413. UlTUATION WANTED BY -GIRL TO. DO general housework. 2S3 North 19th. YOUNG GIRL WANTS' TO HELP TO hocsewoTk. Apply 508 Thurmaa. WANTED AGENTS. CANVASSERS. MALE AND FEMALE. 199 per cent for you. Room 425 Chamber of Commerce bldg-. 8 to 18 A. SC - " WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MRN FOR feneral ac-Hcitlng. Call roots 14', HIM Meek. 271 Russell ft-' ADVERTISING sOLKHTORS. SSB ALLTtaV. 107 Sfe-rteek bitlg. $3'"to- $!- ilaltr. ' ea-Bf-arlis. LADY A S T SOM KTKJN NKrifT. 00 -sitr. big w.; 243 Csamerriat Sttf.