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THE BIOlWUiSlT UltJSOrUIVTLaLtf, nHJJAX, AXJGrlST 18, 190o. '
ISK HERVY DAMAGES
R. D. Hume Sued for Hundred
and Twenty-Five Thousand.
Kl'NG OF CURRY COUNTY
B. Burns and Wife Bring Actions
for Alleged Malicious Prosecu
tion and Other Causes
R. D. Hume, the millionaire Rogue
River canner'man, ex-membor o the.
Oregon Legislature, and frequently
ppokon of as the King of Curry Coun
ts', is the defendant in damage suits
just filed In the State Circuit Court at
Gold Beach by E. B. Burns and wife.
The amount sought to be recovered is
$12,500. Mr. Burns is a merchant at
Gold Beach and is also engaged in the
business of salmon packing and ship
ping and owns extensive mining In
terests. He alleges that for more than
two years past Hume has been trying
to run him out of business, and has
committed many malicious and out
rageous acts against him and wife.
Hume has been located in Curry Coun
ty, at a place called Wedderburn, ad
joining Gold BeatJh, for 20 years, and
Burns first appeared upon the scene
nine years ago. Hume, had been run
ning a large store, and Burns also
opened a store and also became an
opponent in the salmon canning busi
uprs. Three comolalnts have been filed
by Burns and his wife through Teazle
& Freeman and Robert Burns as attor
neys. Caused Burns' Arrest.
In one suit against Hume, Burns
sets forth as a cause of action that In
October, 1903, Hume falsely and ma
liciously caused his -arrest in the Jus
tice Court at Gold Beach on a charge
of anchoring the stern-wheel steamer
Rogue River in the river bearing the
same name.1 and placing obstructions
in the river fronting the tide banks
owned by Hume. This case was sub
sequently dismissed by the court as
malicious, and Burns wants Hume to
pay him 525,000 In settlement. '
Mrs. Nellie F. Burns, wife of E. B.
Burns has sued Hume for $50,000, be
cause he caused her to be forcibly
ejected from a building at Gold Beach
used as a hotel and store building, in
September, 1903. She avers that she
was violently and brutally treated.
Mr. Burns owned one-half of the build
ing at this time, under a deed from
Mrs. Fannie M. Kennedy, and had an
option to purchase the other half from
the owner, Mrs. J. D. Cooley.
Ejected Burns nnd Wife.
Hume bought from Mrs. Cooley, and
also obtained a deed from Mrs. Ken
nedy and then proceeded to put Burns,
and also his stock of goods, out on the
street, and compelled Mrs. Burns to
go. Burns sued In the State Circuit
Court, contending that some one had
stolen the deed he obtained from Mrs.
Kennedy, and that Mrs. Cooley could
not refuse to carry out her option. He
won both cases before Judge Hamilton,
who held that Burns was entitled to
all of the propertj" when he had pur
chased Mrs. Cooley's Tralf. which he had
authority to do. Burns aver.8 that he
afterwards bought a piece of ground
from Mrs. Blake and erected a store
building. Hume set claim to this land
and erected a barbed wire fence
around the building. Burns again ap
pealed to th court and once more, he
alleges, defeated Hume, and for the
troubles and loss to which he was put,
he asks $50,000 recompense. This,
added to the other two claims, makes
an aggregate of $125,000.
Sue to Recover Commissions.
"TV. H. Grlndstaff and George D. Schalk,
real estate agents, yesterday filed suit In
the State Circuit Court against Merchants'
Investment & Trust Company for $1750
commission for finding a purchaser for lot
S. block 175, at the southeast corner of
Sixth and Stark streets. The property
was sold to Irone G. Gordon, August 1,
for $SO,O00. The plaintiffs aver that they
were employed on July 6 last to find a
buyer for the property, and did so In the
person of Irene G. Gordon, who was rep
resented by her husband, Phil K. Gordon,
as agent. Grlndstaff & Sohalk further
allege that they were the primary, effi
cient and procuring cause of the sale of
AVife Tells of Cruelty.
According to the tale related by Mario
Miller, in her complaint against Thomas
sillier, a teamster, for a divorce, he is a
proper subject for the whipping-post. She
alleges that he has frequently beaten her
with bis clencned fists, blackening her
eyes, and otherwise Inflicted serious In
juries upon her. Ho followed her on
the street when she had started to go to
her dally work, and vilified and attacked
her, and she was compelled to have him
arrested. Mrs. Miller further asserts that
she Is in great fear of her life at the
hands of her husband. They were mar
ried In -Portland, August 9, 1904. She asks
that her maiden nameBoese be restored
Asks Stay of Execution.
A motion for a stay of execution In the
case of Otto Klein vs. the Southern Pa
cific Railroad Company was argued yes
terday morning before Judge Gilbert, in
the Circuit Court. In the motion for set
ting aside the execution, the defendant
company alleges that by not having the
motion set he has waived his claim. Klein
was plaintiff in an action against the rail
road company to recover damages for in
juries sustained between Portland and San
Francisco, and was awarded judgment for
fSOOO. Judge Gilbert will render an opln
Ion in the case Saturday.
Will Be Arraigned August 21.
John F. Shorey, manager of the City
Messenger Company, charged, under the
child-labor act, with employing Fred L
Wagenblast, a boy, 15 years old, at un
lawful hours, will be arraigned in the
State Circuit Court on August 21. Mr,
Shorey was not required to furnish bail
Cor his appearance.
Seeks to Recover on a Note.
T. R. Sheridan yesterday commenced
suit against the Pacific Regalia Company
and 'Paul Pferdner. in the State Circuit
Court, to recover $700 on a note.
Hillsboro and Tillamook Roads.
Progress on the new P. N. & T.
railway Is progressing very satisfactorUy.
according to the report of Edward Rec
ords, president of the Atlas Contract &
Construction Company, of San Francisco,
which holds the contract for the line. Mr.
Kecords has just returned from Hillsboro.
where he went to sublet the contract for
the second ten miles of the line. The first
20 miles of the line must be completed by
the end of November to fulfill the condi
tions of the contract, but. according to Mr.
Records, this portion of the line will be
finished before that date.
No attempt to extend tbo line beyond
Remnants take up shelf-room.
We need the space and have
. determined to free the stock of
all short ends and remnants that
have accumulated during the
Summer. We will secure quick
results by cutting prices on all
' short ends to the lowest point,
starting this morning.
If you need a mat, a rug, or a small room
of carpet or matting, this is your opportu
nity. Every value is a very special value.
J. G. MACK
86-88 THIRD STREET
PHIL METSCIIAX, Pre.
Seventh and "VVanblncton
the first 20 miles will be made this Pall,
but work will be recommencod early In
the-Spring In March, If the weather will
permlL The last SO miles are, for the
most part, through very rough country,
but a large force of men will be kopt at
work, and the line completed as soon as
possible. The contractor expects to have
the work done bofore the close of next
CLARENCE EDDY TONIGHT
Closing Concert at Trinity This
Evening Mrs. Norton, Soloist.
Don't overlook It. This evening at
8:15. Second and last rocltal of Clar
ence Eddy, the world's greatest organ
ist, on Trinity s fine new organ. A
limited number of tickets for sale at
J. K. Gill's, Woodard, Clarke & Co.,
and Ellers Piano HouHe.
LOW EXCURSION RATES EAST.
On August 24. 25. and September 16. 17.
the Great Northern Railway will sell ex
cursion tickets to Chicago and return,
rTLSO: St. Louis and return. 567.50; SL Paul.
Minneapolis and Duluth and return. $60.00.
tickets good lor going passage ior ten
days; final return limit, JK) days; good go
ing via ureat isonnern jruuiway. return
lnrr same or any direct route: stop-overs
allowed going and returning.
For ucKcts ana aaaiuonai lmormation
call on or address H. Dickson, C P. &
T. A., Great Northern Railway, 122 Third
If Baby In Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-tried rem
edy. Mm. WlnsIoWs Soothing Syrup. lor onn
dren teething. It soothes the child, softens
the cum, allays all pain, euros wisa cone
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL. REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 17. Maximum tempera
ture. 75 deg.; minimum, 60. River reading
at 11 A M.. 5.0 feet; change la past 24
hours, fall. 0.4 of a foot. Total precipita
tion. S P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.06 of an Inch;
total Klnce September 1. 1004. 24.20 Inches;
normal. 40.48 Inches; deficiency. 12.2S inches.
Total sunshine August 10. 1005, 35 minutes;
possible. 14 hours and 7 minutes. Barom
eter (reduced to sea level) at 5 P. ML, 30.10.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
a !?i Wind.
p s. r
J. o n
5o a s
. 7010.00 4jNW
4 721 T J, OtN
Kamloops, B. C.
0.00 4 NW
Salt Lake City..
72 T I 4E
Good showers fell In the WlllametTi Vnl-
ley and the Sound Country durlnc the last
24 hours, while light rain occurred In East
ern Washington and Northern Idaho. The
rains have ceased, however, and fair and
warmer weather is indicated for this district
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight, August 16:
Portland and vicinity Fair arid warmer.
Western Oregon and Western Washlnstnn
Fair, warmer, except near the court. North
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair, with rising temperature.
A B. WOLLABER,
Acting District Forecaster.
Thousands of Depositors
Although we have thousands of depositors,
yet thero are thousands who may not
This advertisement is Intended for them.
We ask thcmto call and get acquainted
To think or the benefit It will be to BE
How small deposits. FREQUENTLY
MADE, will make LARGE AMOUNTS.
HOW INTEREST WILL INCREASE
How easy they will And It to begin if
THEl RESOLVE TO DO SO NOW.
PIRTUND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
Resources Over $1,000,000
100 Third Street. Phone Main 453.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L,. PITTOCK .-. Ylce-Presldent
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA. Assistant Secretary
C W. KNOWXES, Mjcr.
Streets, Portland, Orriron.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day.
Ttooms," "Booms and Board. "Ilonte
kecplng Booms, "Situations Wanted." 15
words or less. 15 cents; 10 to -0 words. SO
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dU
count for additional Insertions,
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words, 40 cents: 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc Srst insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-half; no farther discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" Grange measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dretted care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed in sealed
envelopes. No stamp U required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through tht
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 413 Washington street 2y S. L. X. Gil
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. 180 1st at..
at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilton. Auctioneer.
Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford. Auctioneer.
NO. 65. W. O. W.,
meets this (Friday)
night W. O. W.
Hall. Tenth and
Class of 15 candi
dates to be Intro
ments. All visitors
welcome. at. T. WOODWARD. C C
A L. BARBUR. Clerk.
MULTNOMAH CAMP. W. O
W. Meets every Friday evening
i rjui Ajaer ana east Sixth
suets. All Woodmen cordially
jumcu 10 llirrt wira Us.
J. M. WOODWORTH. Cleric
ROSE CITr CHAPTPH n ui
O. E. S. A regular communication
mis liricayj evening at 8 o'clock
K. P. Hall. Marquam bk!g. By or
der . 31.
SARAH B. GUERIN, Sec
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 53. A
F. A A. M. Stated communication
ibis ihTlday) evening. 7:30 o'clock
Work in the F. C. degree. All fel
lavr-rnTIa Invito to . . t..
uiurr . m. l w Pratt.
DUNNING. MTENTEE & GCLBAUGH. i -
eessors to Dnnnlnr A Campion, undertakers
and embalraers. modem In every detail. 7th
and Pine. Phone Mala 430. lady assistant.
EDWARD 1IOLMAN CO.. Undertakers and
embalmers. hare moved to their new build
lag. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507.
3. P. FINIXY SON. Funeral Directors.
cor. Id and Madlsoi . Office of County Cor-
aer. Lady assistant. Telephone No, 9.
F. S. DUNNTNO, Undertaker, 414 ast
Alder. Xady assistant. Telephone East AS.
ZE1XER-BYRNES CO.. UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers, 273 Rus'l: East 1083; lady as't.
ARE' YOU LOOKING FOR A NICE FRAC
tional lot? Look at East 12th and Ah ats.
3750 for Inside; 31000 for comer; Improve
meats an in. xae nan Jana ca, lot Sher
A FINE BARGAIN IN MERCHANDISE. ALL
klndn; 350.O00 buslnecs yearly; money
maker, t. wimycomDe, room s, Hamilton
war., i-oruana, or.
FOR RENT ONE YEAR. NEW NINE-ROOM
house, furnished; choice location. Address
X 62, care Oregonlan.
, .22 -250
Dairy butter !
Best sugar-cured hams
Best of tea, lb
Lard. 5lb. pall 43 -55c
Remember, Chickens on Satur
day 16c and 17c
Spring Chicken 20c
All goods retailed at wholesale prices.
1A. GRAND CREAMERY,
204 Yamhill Street.
315 Worcester Block
General practice. Investigations.
Estate work. Special and periodical audits.
Phone Clay 220.
On Portland Real Ectato at Ixmest Rates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
. & and 7 Chamber of Commerce.
LOUIS H. BOLL
PIANO STUDIO WILL, OPEN SEPTEMBER 1.
Parlors 9 and 10, 3 lib Washington sc.
C. Htinc fniKiat
Morrlsoa Street between Cth aad 7th.
Phone Mala 88.
ONLY THREE MORE PERFORMANCES.
Brrpla rnu fthtlst it I I rHlu Men Tealrit tat
2:15 Ttasms Tea cm it 1:33
The Funny German Comedians .
KOLB & DILL
Big Double BIIL
The New Musical Comedy-Burlesques.
The Sklndicate The Kindergarten
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK
Comedy Pretty Girls CatAy Music
POPULAR PRICES, 25c, 35c. 50c, 75c
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
All Week Beginning Monday. August 21. '05.
The World's Greatest .Hypnotist, iima-
Reader and Entertainer
The Greatest Ladr Cornet Player.
POPULAR PRICES 25. 35. 50 and 75 cents.
SEATS ARE NOW SELLING.
(Formerly Columbia Theater) nth and Wash,
TWELFTH WEEK BELASCO STOCK CO.
TONIGHT ALL WEEK.
Dramatization of Mary Johnston's
NoVel of the Same Name.
SUPERB PRODUCTION-BIG CAST
Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
PRTrFQ Night 25c. S5c 50c and 75c
A IVIVCO Matinees 25c. 35c and 50c
Next Week-THE GIRL AND THE JUDGE
GREAT SPECIAL BILL.
THEATER ALWAYS COOL.
KEATING i FLOOD. Managers.
Barney's Trained Animals Only Trained Go
rilla la Captlvltr.
Francis & Frauds. Grayson Brothers.
J. II. Staunchfleld. Louis A. Ilanvry.
New Motion Pictures.
Baker's Famous Orchestra.
Performances dally at 2:30. 7:30 and 0 P. M.
Admission. JOc to any seat excepting ooxes.
EUNICE DRAKE AND COMPANY
MIL AND MRS. GEO. H. WILSON
MR. ROY McBRAIN
General admission 10 cents. Sundays, eve
nings and holidays, reserved seats on lower
floor. 20 cents. Dally matinees, entire lower
noor. to cents; box seats. o cents.
MISS ANGELA MAY
. Assisted by J. Louis MacEroy.
COLE AND COLE
MR. FRED PURINTON
. THE GRAND1SCOPE
General admission 10 cents. Sundays, eve-
nines and holidays, reserved seats on lower
floor. 20 cents. Dally matinees, entire lower
floor. 10 cents; box seats. -O cents.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and
get off atlHawthorne Terrace, one block from
car line. No climbing. Electric eltvator
Most magnlflcent view In America. Sea
beautiful effect of powerful searchlight from
top of tower. Open 0 A. it te 0 P. Ji.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-Fourth.
PORTLAND VS. SAN FRANCISCO
August 15. 10. 17. 18. 19. 20.
GRANDSTAND. 25c CHILDREN. 15c
Bex tickets and Veserved seats on sale at
box office. .
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACRBAOE
as a eDedaltr. wlthla city limits or outside.
Somt acrca with terms as low as $10 per
month Kita water, a. u. uiurcaiu tt km..
"inc.," 110 Zd at.
FOR SALE AT MOUNT TABOR. HALF
acre, fronting 150 feet on car line, 200 feet
on Royal ave.; house and barn. 12 large.
shade trees; very sightly; price siZSO. Take
Sunnyslde and ML Tabor car to the end and
ask for letter-carrier's place.
X1S00 TWO BLOCKS FROM HAWTHORNE
ave.. on E. Main su. handsome 8-room
house; sold at this bargain price to closo
out. an estate: roust go quick. L. W.
Whiting & Co., 40S Ablngton bldg.
TWO ACRES FINEST WATER-FRONT
homeslte In Portland; magnificent view: twe
blocks from car line. Sellwood Townslte
Co.. offices at Sellwood and at 222 Falling
mag. raoao union nui.
NEW MODERN 5 AND S-ROOM COTTAGES.
alt complete; must be sold this week; make
me an offer. Joe Nash, owner, at Nashville
Addition, on ML Scott car line.
FOR SALE S. E. CORNER 12TH AND MA
ton sts. N. E.. with 3-room house.- Improved
streets; price $550. Inquire of owner on
FOR SALE 5 OR 10 ACRES: A BARGAIN
for cash. Inaulre 4Sth st. audi Hawthorne
ave. South. Mrs. W. S. Falling. ML Tabor
AT WOODSTOCK COTTAGE. SIX ROOMS.
barn, lot 100 feet square; cultivated; near
station; 650. C u. t'arxer. woocstock.
LARGE HOUSE AND GROUNDS: EAST
Side, close In; suitable for small sanitarium
or lovely home; cneap. raone iast iO.
52050 WILL BUY NICE LOT ON 1STH ST..
near 2ou mil aiefrici. suuaoie xor rest
dences or flats. Phone Main 000.
SELLWOOD LOTS. f5.00 DOWN AND J3.00
a month: from $73.00 to vjm.w. sellwood
Townslte Co. Phone Union 1401.
FOR SALE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveniences: price reasonable. In
quire owner. 731 E. Ash su
7-ROOM HOUSE. 4 BLOCKS FROM STEEL
bridge; fine view of the river; full lot; cheap.
Louis Salomon. 11- it su
BARGAIN NEW 0-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
corner lot. South sunnystae; easy terms
Phone Black 2974.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR XJNE. 8 MILE3
from Monlsoa at. bridge C K. Ballard.
Iieoo GOOD HOUSE. FTNE CORNER LOT.
West Side: Prt cash. Call C61 Commercial
1S50 NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE. EAST SIDE
1100 down, balance as rent. Phone East 2607.
California-" Bliss Lands"
Homeseekers act cromptly. Secure a 20
acre farm of Irrigated land at $50 to $70 per
acre, price Including water rights one
fourth cash. Reached by Southern Pacific
or Santa Fe Overland Line, airect to xuiare
City, two miles from Bliss Lanos.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet
free from Bliss Lands (Inc). 010 Parrott
bldg.. San Francisco.
Mortgage LoanS 5, Upwards
Real Estate Lily and r-arm.
Insurance In All Lines.
A. H. BiRRELU
202-3 McKay bide Third and Stark sis.
Two to five-acre tracts on the O. W. P.
car line, one mile and a half east from
the golf links; price from $150 to $250 per
acre. Inquire of John H. Gibson. OWN
ER, at Stanley. CITY address, room 109
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN FINE 334-cre
Valley farm, about 200 acres bottom land,
about 100 In cultivation; balance low beach
partly cleared and In grass; good buildings,
fences and orchard; some beaver clam; about
1500 cords of fir and ash timber; electric
light and telephone; close to rail, church and
schools; 20 xnUee to Portland; $15 per acre;
terms. S 3. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM. 10 MILES
south of Portland; 29 acres In cultivation,
houses and barns; barn full of hay; all
kinds of farming Implements. This place
can be bad within the next 30 days for
12750 cash. Address H 59. Oregonlan.
152 ACRES. PART BEAVERDAM, 100 CUL-
tlvatlon; 9-room house, barn, cattlesheds.
wells, springs; big neighborhood; stores,
school; on electric line, near Portland; $55
per acre. 118 Ablngton bldg.
$1600 WILL HANDLE 1100 ACRES TIMBER
and farm lands; Southern Oregon; aleo small
tracts. Owner. X 53, Oregonlan.
WILL EXCHANGE C PER CENT ACCUMU-
latlve first mortgage, real estate, gold
bonds for 160 acres or more of well located
unimproved farm land, suitable for diversi
fied farming and dairy purposes, within 30
miles of Portland la Oregon; will only deal
direct with owner; no agents or curiosity
seekers need answer; arrange Interview,
giving description of property. Address J
WILL EXCHANGE GROCERY AND FAM-
Ily liquor store in a good location for city or
farm property. For particulars call 317 Fen
ton btdg.. S4 0th st.
ROOMING-HOUSE. CENTRAL LOCATION
v ill exenange for city qr farm property. Call
317 Fenton bldg., 64 6th st.
WILL EXCHANGE LANDS IN SOUTHERN
Oregon for city property or a business.
Owner, Y 53. Oregonlan.
$2200 SALOON. . IN EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
erty. J. V. Crelgbton & Co.. 1654 3d st.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
$1S.50 PER ACRE 760 ACRES IN ONE
body on Cedar Creek. Clackamas County: 12
miles from Oregon City; cruiser reports 24.
105.000 feet fine fir and cedar saw-Umber,
large quantity cedar telephone poles. 12.000
cords fir wood; mostly rich soil. Apply 118
HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT CLOSE
to logging camps; good house and well; 23,
000.000 feet best yellow fir; part good farm
land; $200. E 63. Oregonlan.
WILLAPA HARBOR TIMBER 3000 ACRES.
spruce, cedar, fir. hemlock; $5 to $10;
tracts to suit. W. W. Cheadle. agent. South
160 ACRES. 3.000.000 FIR: MILE FROM
logging stream and county road; commands
only access to large adjoining body. P. O.
644 ACRES OF TIMBER IN COWLITZ
County, Wash., for sale at a bargain It
taken soon. D. W. Faulkner. Anita. Ia.
WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
WANTED TO RENT A LARGE FARM
well equipped with Improvements, fur
nished with horses and machinery: dairy or
stock farm preferred; by two energetic
honest men; please state location, ground
under cultivation, pasture, orchard, etc.
Address H. F. Koenlg. 04 Sellwood sL.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN-
teed. mineral lands titled, public land prac
ties. Collins Land Co.. Stearns bldg.
Horse. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND Ve
hicles by the day, week or month; harness,
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exebanga. Tomllcson & Caail
day, 211 Washington it.
HORSES, WA.GONS. TRUCKS AND ALL
kinds or venule? and narness tor saie or
rent. Hubert & Hall. 200 Fourth st.
FIRST-CLASS NEW BUGGY. USED ONLY
four months; sell at half cost. 365 6th st.
FINE HORSE AND BUOG. SAFE FOR
woman. S07 Failing bldg. Mam 340a.
FINE RIDING AND DRIVING HORSE FOR
sale cheap. T 62. care Oregonlan.
DOE3 YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastlo roofing. In rolls,
easy to lay; needs no painting or coating:
good over old Iron, tin or shingles; for
new roofs there is nothing better; guaran
teed; Mastic roof paint and cement will
stop small leaks. National Mastic Roonag
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR , SALE NEW ANI SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; wa
rant tables, with privilege of buying; mod
crn bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balkt-Ccilender,
49 3d st.
LOGGERS AND CONTRACTORS SEVERAL
good ercond-hand engines, suitable for log
ging or hoisting purposes to be had cheap.
For further Information apply to F. D.
Kuettner. Astoria. Or.
FOR SALE. REASONABLE TWO FntST
class tickets to New York, via San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles; man and woman.
Write to F CO. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE ST. BERNARD PUPS, VERY
fine, worth $25; will sell what's left, male or
female. 5 each If taken at once. Apply
Wilson's, 72 Sixth st.
TICKET FOR MAN. VIA SAN FRANCISCO
and Los Angeles, to Denver; ticket for wom
an also; one for boy. Kansas City or Topeka.
B 61. Oregonlan.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
10 tons' carrying capacity. 2-i-horsepower
engine; will hell cheap. H 42. Oregonlan.
AN ENGINE. CYLINDER 8X10. CENTER
crank; 0 months In use; at a sacrifice.
Grand Laundry Co.. 17th and Qulmby.
2 FRESH COWS FOR SALE ALSO ONE
horse. 5 years old; one buggy and one spring
wagon. 123 Lownsdale st.. West Side.
FOR SALE TWO BOSTON BULL TER
rlers, 3 months old: will sell cheap before
Saturday. Phone Main 3356.
A 21-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH: GOOD
condition; brand new Palmer; price very rea
sonable. Q 61. Oregonlan.
LIVE MALLARD DECOY DUCKS (BRED
specially). T. Germalne. 300 N. 13th, cor
ner of Pettygrove t.
FOR SALE 12 H. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engme. Al condition and a bargain. 321
N. P. TICKET TO CHICAGO. CHEAP;
young man. dark complexion, smooth-shaven.
St 54, Oregonlan.
ANTIQUES. COLONIAL AND "EMPIRE"
furniture, grandfather's clock, davenport.
FOR SALE FRESH MILK COW. WITH
calves; excellent family or dairy cow. 953
FOR SALE-GAS ENGINE MACHINERY,
tools and patterns. Address 927 L st.,
THE U. S. PATENT. THE 20TH CENTURT
derrick fork. Address t. it. Stanley. J 61.
FOR SALE HANDSOME FULL-BLOODED
Angora kittens. 424 6th st. Main 1556.
FOR SALE GUITAR. ALMOST NEW,
K 62, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE LADY'S TICKET TO ST. PAUL.
Call Main CI OS.
HELP WANTED MALE.
ANY INTELLI GENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; sena ior particulars
Press Syndicate. Lock port. N. Y.
FIRST-CLASS ART GLASS WORKER
wanted: highest wages paid to good man:
permanent. Address Cbas. J. Schuler. 1420
Castro st.. Oakland, cat.
FURNACE MEN WANTED MUST BE
first-class; also cornice men. J. C. Bazer.
205 2d st.
T- tt nn rnn TiT-inT."r x v- nnnn pner
for steady man. Brownsville Woolen
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER; SALARY
to right party, ae western Laay. 14
COATMAKERS WANTED. DEIRLING &
Padden, 503-510 Main St., Vancouver,
MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED;
highest price paid. CO 3d. Phone Pacific 46.
WANTED ENRGETIC ADVERTISING So
licitor. Call 4 P. M. 313 Oregonlan bldg.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS TAILOR FOR AS-
torta: Call 233 Stark flt-
GOOD BARBER WANTED. 2S3& ALDER ST.
HELP WANTED MALE.
$1.00 $1.00 FEE ONLY $1.00 $1.00
Teamsters, laborers, rockmen. $2 to $2.50.
Oregon. Washington and near Idaho. Any
able-bodied man who wants work on R. K.
construction will do. A year's work.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
26 North 2d St.. near Burnalde.
$1.00 FEE. FREE FARE. FEE $1.00
WANTED 20- HARNESS-MAKERS: BEST
equipped factory west of the Missouri River;
harness made in parts; Jos given out In
extremely large quantities; mechanics never
asked to wait until Jobs are cut; plenty of
work all the time. Address Los Angeles
Saddlery i Finding Company. 223 N. Los
Angelea st.. Loa Angeles. Cal.
LOGGERS FOR COOS BAT. FARE PAID,
ship IStb; mill hands; farm hands and milk
ers; laborers and teamsters, R. R. East. $2
to J2.25. pass; plenty other work. Canadian
Employment Co., 2t9 Burnslde. Main 3074.
22tife Morrison; Main 1323.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; dischargee positively cured la from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential: send for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute. Alisky bldg..
3d and Morrison sts.. Portland.
WANTED. AT LOS ANGELES. CAL.
Sticker men. band sawyers and fliers, turn
ers mill bench men and rip sawyers; delight
ful climate, permanent employment; good
wages to good men. Address box 1SS4, Ex
aminer, Los Angeles. Cal.
WANTED MAN TO TAKE JOB OF HAUL
Ing to river and -sledding to flume 1000 cords
of fir wood: good camps given free of
charge, and will pay a good price for work.
Kirk Hoover, 313 Water st. Phone Main
JUST THINK OF IT IN TWO WEEKS'
time you leam fine profession and receive
good salary; steady work. For partclulars
see us at once. Newman's Theatrical In
formation Bureau. 3514 Morrison.
YOUNG MEN IN PORTLAND AND
throughout state wanting to make from $3 to
$7 per day. and be their own boss, send ad
dressed stamped envelope to W. A. Thomas,
Box 06. Portland. Or.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED MUST HAVE
eome capital; Interest old-established mercan
tile brokerage business; extraordinary oppor
tunity: state partlulars fully. Y 61. Ore
gonlan. MEN and women to learn watcarakg, en
graving. Jewelers' wk; only prac. school for
Jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School, P. L bldg.. Seattle.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO MANAGE A
branch of flee In Portland; $500 required; ab
solute security and big money for the right
man. Address V 62. Oregonlan.
PRINTER. ALL-ROUND. SOBER. STEADY,
married preferred, as foreman of flrst-class
country office; give references. Journal.
South Bend. Wash.
WANTED A DELIVERY MAN IN THE
grocery business; one who has bad experi
ence; none other' need apply. A 62, Orego
nlan. Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice; expert instructions. Write Xor
terms, Glltraan's College, 627 Clay St., S. F.
California wine depot; headquarters bakers,
ccolu. waiters, bartenders. All wines 5o
per glass. P. Lorati. 143 4th. Clay 1503.
WANTED A GENTLEMAN. GOOD SAI
ary and Interest In business, for $75 Invest
ment. Call 317 Fenton bldg.. 84 6th at.
WANTED FHtST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
Iand and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write, 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED. SOBER. COM
petent oakery wagon driver. Omasa. Bak
ery, cor. Clackamas and Benton ets.
CASHIER IN RESTAURANT. $400 NEEDED;
salary $100 per month; references required.
J. V. Crelghton & Co.. 1654 3d.
MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF BARN WITH
ten horses; able to shoe horses, keep wagons
In repair. H 61. Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED OPTICIAN
act as assistant In city optical house,
dress L 62. care Oregonlan.
A MAN WANTED WHO CAN PLAY A
steam calliope. Apply at the Bent Mfg. Co.
booth. Fair grounds.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPHER. RETOUCHER
and printer; well experienced. Lucerne Stu
dio. Dekura bldg.
WANTED A COMPETNT BOOKKEEPER
who understands the hardware business. Ap
ply at 21 N. 3d.
TWO GERMAN WAITRESSES. $"!
room; one runner ready to work,
shur st. -
COOKS. WAITERS. DISHWASHERS. BUS-
boys. laborers wanted at tho National, 312
WANTED OLD CLOTHES, SHOES. HIGH-
est price paid. 169 Front. Phone racinc v
PARTY TO RUN PONY SAW IN SAWMILL:
$3 day. Pioneer Employment. 215 Morrison.
WANTED SALESMAN FOR THE FOLLOW-
Ing lines: Hardware, drugs, shoes. 110 2d.
WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR DELIVERY;
familiar with city. Call 429 Washington st.
WANTED YOUNG 5IAN ABOUT 18 YEARS
old. Mh. Hood Factory. 2d and Couch.
WANTED RUNNER. LANGE HOTEL.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
20 WAITRESSES. CITY. COAST. MINERAL
Springs; 8 waiters, chambermaids, house
work. Invalid nurse, cooks, 15 laborers,
mill yard. $2 up (edgers. trimmers); col
ored" bellboy; farmhand, pantryman; every
body. Drake. 2054 Washington.
WANTED YOUNO PEOPLE TO FIT
themselves for stenographers and book
keepers; placed 207 In positions past year;
can place you when competent. Bshnke
Walker Business College, day and night.
WANTED TEACHERS: COMMERCIAL. Sci
ence, writing, $700; rural and grades. $450.
Flek Teachers' Agency. Call East 344.
COMPETENT TEACHERS FOR VILLAGE
and country schools In Northwest. C. R. B.
Teachers' Agency, Allsky bldg.
WANTED TRAVELING MAN OR WOMAN;
salary. $20 per week and expenses. See M.
A Fly. 253 6th st.
WE STILL CONTINUE TO SEND OUT THE
best of help at the National. Phone M. 1304.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A WOMAN FOR PORTION OF
the day to assist In care of old gentleman;
little or no work required. Call at First Na
tional Bank, window No. 6.
EXPERIENCED COOK FOR OREGON
City; wages $25; two In help. Call between
2 and 5 P. M.. Leo Selling Shoe Store. 270
WANTED A WOMAN COOK WHO THOR
oughly understands the worn; references re
quired; a second girl kept. Apply at 835
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
to sell souvenir spoons at Fair grounds.
Apply at 205-208 Mohawk bldg. Bring ref
erences. WANTED YOUNG. BRIGHT. EXPERI
enced photograph reception-room lady;
must know the business. S01 Dekum bldg.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work for family of Ave; will be treated fi&
one of the family. Call at 330 East 6th st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
sentatlves In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
for ladle? suit and cloak department. The
J. M. Acheson Co., 5th and Alder sts.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CHAMBER
maid; none under 25 years of age need ap
ply. Hotel Berg. 13th ana AJUer.
LADIES. CALL ON US WE HAVE GOOD
positions, big salary, easy work. Newman's
School of Acting. 3514 Morrison.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
3434 Washington st,. cor. 7th. upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
SALESLADY. EXPERIENCED. SKIRTS
and Jackets. Apply this morning between
9 and 10. 171 3d st.
WANTED A RELIABLE STENOGRAPHER
and bookkeeper. Apply to Andrew Kan &
Co., 237 Morrlecn.
WOMAN COOK. SHORT ORDERS: ALSO
waitress; small restaurant. 312 Ryrnslde.
WANTED-GOOD PLAIN COOK FOR GEN
eral housework; no washing. Apply 255
HEAD DINING-ROOM GIRL WAGES $25
room and board. National Hotel. Front and
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work and cooking; smaii family. 151 14th 3t.
WANTED A GOOD COOK IN FAMILY;
win pay a gooa price, rnone iiain zo&a.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
TEACHER WANTED A PRIMARY TEACH
er for the Skamokawa School; term eight
months; wages $45 per month; school t
commence Sept. 4th. Address C L. Stiver
man. Skamokawa. Wash.
WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER
alls and shirts; Instructions given to In
experienced. Apply Neustadter Bros..
Standard Factory No. 2. corner East Tay
lor and Grand ave.
DOMESTICS. COOKS. WAITRESSES CHM
bermalds. etc: city. Coast. Fair liac coun
try: plenty of work. Canadian Parlors.
2264 Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL,
good wages. Apply 215 N. 22d; permanent
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSF
work or to assist email family. 676 E. Burn
WAITRESSES FOR SEASIDE AND CITY-
weip or an Kinds, at the National. 312 Pi-?
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES .
$ a week, at the Bristol. 4S0 Washington
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
email family. Call at 165 North I7th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small house, small family. 445 UKa st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
sccona worit. Apply 7NT Flanders st.
WANTED GIRLS. APPLY MT. HOOD
Shirt Factors-. 2d and Couch.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 454 Alder st.
BRIGHT. ENERGETIC NURSEGIRL
Davis Nursery. Fair grounds.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
13th st. Phone Main 5002.
GIRL WANTED AT G.
Sons, furriers. 128 2d st.
P. Ruaamelln &
Apply at 267 Washington.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 695 Everett st.
GIRL TO HELP IN FAMILY OF THREE.
BITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A YOUNG MAN WITH BEST OF REFER,
ences and business standing 1 open fnr a
position; is especially fitted for office work,
salesmanship and collections. Address C 61.
EXPERIENCED UP-TO-DATE BOOK
keeper. work by day or hour; opening,
closing, posting books or any kind office
work. R 62. Oregonlan.
YOUNG. MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
er, bank clerk and business man. wants good
position. H 52.' Oregonlan.
AS MASTER MECHANIC OR REPAIR MAN.
by a practical machinist; competent to hava
full charge of boilers, engines and mach!--ery;
keep up repairs, put in foundations- ani
install new machinery; six years with pres
ent Job; Oregon. Washington or California;
west of mountains preferred. Address War
ren L. Bachtel. Ensley. Ala.
POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS. ALL-ROI ND
machinist and toolmaker; 20 yeam' exyer.
ence In general machine shop and outs'io
work; mobiles and experimental work; giol
hand to assist Inventor; either foreman .
Journeyman. Address Box L 52. OregorSan.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
position In family In city or vicinity rf
Portland with his wife second girl. P 6-.
YOUNG MAN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT
wishes position at once; handy with toe's
and around machinery. Address I0SS E.
STEAM ENGINEER. MARINE OR STA
tlonary. with best references, wants posi
tion In or out of city. O 62. Oregonlan
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also. aU
kinds of help. Clay 513. 263 Evurett :.
WORK OF SOME KIND EVENINGS BY
young roan employed In office during dai.
Phone Union 0310. 009 Halght ave.
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION AS
schoolboy: can speak English. 'Japanese Mis
sion. Y. O.. 121 N. 15th st.
BOY OF 16 WANTS WORK OF ANY KIND
grocery or dry goods store preferred. 6.0
Tacoma ave.. Sellwood. Or.
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION AS CiH!C
or any kind of Job. in or out city. Address
V 01, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WANTS POSITION
In any place; wages $3 week. Joan. 2.0
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION.
general nounnorH. ncip twin.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WISHES TO
work for family In city. P Bi. oregoaian.
JAPANESE WANTS DAY WORK. 121 15TH
North. Phono Clay 854.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DB-
sires position In city or out; insurance wcrtt
preferred. Y 58. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
widower's family, by experienced Danish
woman: best of references; wages $20. 230
Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
SITUATION WANTED NEAT. CAPABLE
woman, girl 8. housekeeper, widower s fam
ily. 2304 Yamhill. Phone Main 5tl3.
LADY WANTS POSITION AS HOUSBKEEP
er or to take charge small rooming-house.
F 63. Oregonlan.
GERMAN GIRL WISHES A POSITION FDR
maid or second work: flrst-claas seamatress;
good references. C 62. Oregonlan.
GOOD COOK WISHES A POSITION FOR
cooking or general housework; wages $-5 cr
$30 a month. D 62. Oregonlan.
STRONG JAPANESE GIRL WANTS GEN
eral housework in family, city. Call 1
N. 3d st.
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WILL WORK
In private families; work guaranteed; refer
ences given. Phone Front 1713.
NEAT. EPERIENCED GIRL DESIRES SIT
uatlon. chamberwork; day workers, house
keepers, nurses. 2304 Yamhill. Phone Main
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
ers, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 2304"Tamhlll. Main 5413:
COOK WANTS A POSITION IN HOTSL.
boarding-house or email restaurant. Address
Helen Randall, 231 6th st.. Portland.
YOUNG GJRL WANTS WORK IN BAKERY
or store of any kind; can talk German.
670 Tacoma ave.. Selwood. Or.
WANTED DAY WORK. CLEANING. WASH
tng. etc. 2214 N. 12th.
SOLICITOR. CAPABLE TAKING CILVRGE
agencies for largo bond & real estate corpora
tion. Index. 007 Kohl bldg.. San Francisco.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. $3 TO $10
dally. See Allen mornings, 107 Sherlock bldg.
Wanted Photograph coupon salesmen; big pa"i
Exposition offer. Rembrandt Studio, 103 3d,
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
iUr. big wages. 215 Commercial bit
WANTED TO RENT.
2 GENTLEMEN ANT ALCOVE OR LARGE
room and board in quiet private family,
must be permanent and reasonable; give
full particulars. G 63. Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT BY THREE ADULTS,
before August 23, 3 or 6-room modern cot
tage. East Side. Address, giving partlcu-
' lars, A 63, Oregonlan.
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS BY COUPLE AND
child of 3 years for light housekeeping,
walking distance from P. O.; references.
C 63. Oregonlan. k
WANTED THREE OR FOUR HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms, must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price. O 27. care Oregonlan.
A COUPLE WITH BABY WISH A PLEAS
ant room with board In a private family
Address B 63. care Oregonlan.,
WANTED TO RENT. A SMaSl FURNISH
ed cottage at Seavlew or Long; Beach. 293