12 THE aiORJONGr OREGOIflAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1905. MINING SUIT BEGUN Fraudulent Appropriation Is in the Charges. OPTION FIGURES IN CASE It Is Alleged That Charles Richton, JE. , li. McKenzie and James Baumgardner Conspired Against O. 51. & D. Co. Suit has been brought in the State Cir cuit Court by the Southern Oregon Mining & Developing Company against Charles Richton, P. L.. McKenzie, James Bum gardner. Michigan Mining & Milling Com pany and Merchants' National Bank, of Portland, and in a long complaint it is set forth that in January, 1904, defend ants Charles Richton and James Bum gardner. togothor with E. A. Clem and M. B. Bozarth, incorporated the Southern Oregon Company. After the articles of incorporation had been filed with the Clerk of Multnomah County, so It is alleged, Richton repre sented that he could secure an option to purchase from Louis Dammasch for 13000 the south half of section 1G, township 37 south, range 5 west, W. M., and It was thereupon agreed between Bumgardner, Clem and Bozarth, on the one hand, act ing for the mining corporation, and said Charles Richton on the other, that he should secure an option to purchase the tract In question, together with the Strong Lode mining claim situated thereon. Plaintiffs allege further that Richton took the option in his own name for the purpose of secretly and fraudulently se curing a commission of 51000 upon said transaction, and for the further purpose of defrauding the Soutncrn Oregon Com pany out of the property. In consideration of Richton getting the option from Dammasch, It is charged that he was given 562,500 paid-up shares of the capital stock of the southern Oregon Company. Thereafter defendants Charles Richton, P. Xi. McKenzie and James Bumgardner are accused of entering into a conspiracy. and with a full knowledge of the manner in which Richton is alleged to have se cured the property, are charged with hav ing sold the Strong Ledge claim to the Michigan Mining & Milling Company for 515,000. of which sum 510,000 has been paid, the balance being due and payable Jan uary L 1906, at the Merchants' National Bank, for the benefit of Richton, McKen zie and Bumgardner, the bank being brought into the suit for this reason. Defendants McKenzie. Richton and Bumgardner arc also charged in the com plaint with having secretly and fraudu lently appropriated other mining proper ties belonging to the Southern Oregon Company without its consent. Mrs. Reed's Will Sustained. County Judge "Webster yesterday sus tained the Reed will by declaring that Mrs. Amanda TV. Reed was a resident of Portland at the time of her death, and consequently was not governed by the California laws in the disposition of the vast estate. She willed her property to found the Reed Institute in Portland. Judge Webster stated afterward that there was only this simple point to settle. so far as he was able to discern, and that he did .not believe In going Into extensive details in ronderlng an opinion where his path was so plain. It is generally conceded that the find ings of the Probate Court In the matter are but the beginning of a long and bit ter struggle for the dead woman's money. and that there will be some rich pickings for the lawyers before the litigation is ended. Sues to Recover an Account. R. A. Marshall and F. E. Nolson, "partners doing business as Marshall Bros., Tiave begun suit In the Circuit Court against the O. R. & N. and Goldic Bros, on acount of an unpaid balance of 592.27 alleged to be due for comcnt furnished defendants, who had a con tract with the railroad company to construct a transfer table pit on the Terminal Company's grounds at Al blna. The O. R. & N. is made a party to the suit for this reason. WTlfe Seeks Divorce Decree. Margaret J. Winters has brought suit for divorce in the State Circuit Court against Lewis S. Winters, alleging: de ecrtion March 31, 1902. They were mar ried January 1, 1871, at Pleasant Green Henderson County, III., and have two children, Frank E., aged 16 and Wal ter W. Winters, aged 12. She asks for their eustody. No property rights are involved. Plaintiff is proprietress'of a local rooming-house. Begins Attachment Suit. C N. Lockwood, doing business here under the firm name of C. N. Lockwood Company, has begun an attachment suit in the State Circuit Court against Horace De Lisser for 5528.88 on ac count of commissions claimed to be due on the sale of 53323.50 worth of Holbrook's Worcestershire Sauce which 'defendant is alleged to manu facture. Wants Divorce From Convict. Louisa Eastern has sued William N. Easton for a divorce on the ground that ho was convicted of a felony In 1893, for which he served a year In the penitentiary, and also deserted her at the expiration of his terni of Imprison menu The couple was married in Portland. June 5, 1890. There are no children. Desertion Ground for Divorce. Suit for "divorce has been instituted by John M. Davis against Ella Davis on the grounds of desertion, plaintiff claiming that she abandoned his house hold in April, 1904. They were married at Spokane May 5, 1902, and have no children. Are unlike all other pills. No purging or pain. Act specially on the liver and bile. Carter's Little Liver Pills. One pill a dose. Hood's Sarsapanlla purifies the blood and strengthens tne wnoie system. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. PORTLAND, Aug. 24. Maximum tempera ture, 71 deg.; minimum, 40. River reading at 11 A. M., 3.8 feet; cbar.se in past 2 hours, fall, 0.2 of a foot. Total preclplta tion, 5 P. M. to 5 P. JL, none; total since September 1. 1904, 34.20 Inches; normal, 46.C2 Inches; deficiency, 12.42 inches. Total sunshine August 23, 1905, 11 hours and 10 minutes; possible. 13 hours and 47 minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea level) at S P. M. 29.07. WEATHER CONDITIONS. A thunderstorm occurred during the after noon at Salt Lako City, but elsewhere in the Pacific States fair weather has prevailed. No ""important changes in temperature hav taken place. The Indications are for unsettled weather in this district Friday, with possibly thun derehowcrs cost of the Cascade Mountains SOAP AND WATER Are, of course, the prime requisites for a bath; but for real comfort an3 luxury one needs a SARATOGA BATH RUG These rugs are woven especially for use in the bath-room. They have a long, soft pile, come in most attractive designs in shades of blue and white and green and white, and are GUARANTEED WASHABLE PRICE $1.50 TO $5.00 J.G.Mack&Co. Exclusive Carpet House 86-88 THIRD STREET See Them m Our Window PHIL 2HETSCHAN, Pres. Seventh and Washington European Plan and a. continuation of fair weather to the west of this range of mountains. WEATHER .FORECASTS. Forecasts made at Portland for the 23 hours ending at midnight, August 23: Portland and vicinity Fair. Northwest winds. Western Oregon and Western Washington Fair. Northwest winds. Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and Idaho Possibly thundersfeowors. PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. C g- Wind. I o 90 stations, p 2. s J?3? f ; Baker City Bismarck. ....... 0.00 SIS Pt. Ctdy. (Clear (Cloudy (Clear lPt. Cldr. 0.00 101SE Boise............ O6W.O0 NW Eureka. ......... 60! O.OOl 8 NW Helena.......... Kamloops. H. C. SW 0.00 IPL CWy. ICIear (Cloudy North Head..... Pocatello........ 0.00 NW SB NW tU'0.00 Portland Red Bluff Roseburg........ Sacramento Salt Lake City... San Francisco... Spokane....... .. 71 0.001 Clear Clear 1)410.001 0 S 74 0.00 NW Clear Pu CMv. 0010.001 12 S 0410.20 S E 6410.00 10 W S00.00 4iNW 00 0.001 fl NW 02I0.00I10IW Cloudy Clear Clear Seattle Pt. Cldr. Tatoosh Island. . IClear EDWARD A. DEALS. District Forecaster. AUCTION SALES TODAY. At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 1st su Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford. Auctioneer. By J. T. Wilson at salesroom. 160 First street, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer. At Gilman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washington St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. G 11 man. Auctioneer. MEETING NOTICES. WBBFOOT CAMP, NO. 65. W. O. W.. meets this (Friday) sight, W. O. W. Hall. Tenth and Washington streets. Class of 10 candi dates to be intro duced. Refreshments and clears. All visi tors welcome. M. T. WOODWARD. C C. A. L. BARBUR, Clerk. MULTNOMAH CAMP. W. O. W. Meets every Friday evening at East Alder and East Sixth sUets. All Woodmen cordially Invited to meet with us. J. M. WOODWORTH. Clerk. MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15, O. E. S. Regular communication this (Friday) evening In Masonic Temple, at 8 o'clock. Degrees. By order W. M. JENNIE H. GALLOWAY. Sec F. O. EAGLES. AERIE NO. 4 You are spe cially requested to attend an open meeting this (Friday) night, to do honop to returning dele gates from Grand Aerie All visiting mem bers are welcome, we will nave an open house By order of the committee. OHIO SOCIETY OF OREGON. There will be no meeting ef this sesle-iy until September 22. DR. BYJION E. MILLER, Sec MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42. A. F. & A. M. Stated communication this (Friday) evening. Grand ave. and Burnsldc All M. M. Invited. By order W. M. uku. v. i. ext. sec BARTENDERS' LEAGUE. LOCAL 339. Members are requested to meet at head, quarter. 264 Alder St.. on Friday. Aug. 25, at 2:15 P. M.. to attend the funeral of our lata brother, Andrew Thoeney. CHAS. GRASSMAN. Sec FUNERAL NOTICES. GRAYSON In this city, on August 24, 1005, at the family resddfnce. dOOaHalght ave.. Mark Grayson, aged CO years, 6 months and 27 days. Funeral Saturday. August 20. 1005. at 2 P. M.. from Holman's Chapel, corner 3d and Salmon ts. Friends re spectfully Invited to attend; thence to Cre matorium. Services at Crematorium private. Please omit flowers. ERICKSON In this city, at St Vincent Hos pital. August 21. 1005. Andrew Erlckson. aged CI years. "Funeral this (Friday) morn ing at 8 A. M.. from St. Mary's Church. Al. blna. Interment, Mount Calvary. Remains at isener-iiyrnca io. THOENY The funeral sen-ices of the late An drew Thorny will be held at Flnley's Chapel today at 2:30 P. M. Friends, acquaintances and members of the Portland Gruetll Vereln Invited to attend. Interment at Rlverview uemeiery. DUNNING. MTENTEE GILBAUGH. i s cessors to Dannlns St Campion, undertakers and embalm ers. modern In erery detail. 7th nd Pine. Fboae Main 430. Lady assistant. EDWABD HOLMAN CO.. Undertakers and embalm ers, have moved to their new build ing. Third and Balaton. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 507. T I. P. UNLET SON, Funeral Directors, cor. Sd and Madloi Office of County Cor aner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. B. F. S. DUNNTNG. Undertaker. 414 East Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 02. ZELLER-BYRNES CO., UNDERTAKERS. EBshalsBers, 278 Kus'lt East IMC; Udx See Them in Our Window C W. KXOIVLES, Mrt. Streets, Portland, 1 nn C1 Oregon. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day. CLASSIFIED AD. RATES. "Room," -Booms and Board." -Housekeeping Rooms," Situations Wanted." 15 words or less. 15 cents: 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," 30 cents for 15 words or less; 10 to 20 word. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, one-half: bo farther discount un der one month. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). IS cents per line first insertion: 10 cents per line for each additional Insertion. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this office, should always be Inclosed In sealed envelopes. io stamp u required on such letters. The Oregonlan will not be responsible for errors In advertisements taken through the telephone. NEW TODAY. ARE TOU LOOKING FOR A NICE FRAC- tlonsJ lot? Look at East 12th and Ash sts. $750 for Inside: $1000 tor corner: improve. menu ail in. The uart Land Co.. lit) Saer lock bldg. In choosing a bank SAFETY Is the FIRST consideration AND the LAST. THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN OREGON" la SAFE. It waa founded in 1SS7 and has enjoyed excellent crowth. Its managemont ha always) been akntr lines of strict conservatism and reasonable progrcewvones. It baa resources of over Jl.OOO.000 and one or tno nnest banking houses in the North west. Three per cent compound intcrwt is al lowed on savings accounts, and 3 to 4 per cent on certincates or deposit because it can oe paid, witn SAFETY, it has facilities zor handling mall accounts. Write today for information, also booklet or "ILLUSTRATIONS, sent free. PORTLAND TRUST C8MPANY OF IREGSN 100 Third Street, Phone Main 453. BEN J. I- COHEN . ...President Viee-Presldent H. L. PITTOCK B. LEE PAGET J. O. GOLTRA , Secretary .Assistant Secretary 140-LIGHT DYNAMO For Sale CHEAP Gomplete with attachments, including swircnooara. All new ana in nrst- class condition. ' THE H. C ALBEE CO. 248 6 rand Avenue. Phone Easf 64. California-" Bliss Lands" Homeseekera act promptly. Secure a 20 acre farm of Irrigated land at $50 to $70 per acre, price Inoludlng water rights one- fourth cash. Reached by Southern Pacific or Santa ie uvenana use, aireet to Tulare City, two miles from illlss Lands. Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vece tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet free from Bills Lands (Inc). 610 Parrott bide, can Francisco-. A Snap Two to five-acre tracts on the O. W. P. car line, one mile and. a half east from the, Olf links; price from J1S0 to $250 per acre. Inquire of John H. Gibson. OWN ER, at Stanley. CITY" address, room 103 bncriocK bias. Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards Real Estate City and Farm. Insurance In All Lines. A. H. BIRRELL. 202-3 McKay b'.dg.. Third and Stark its. Do You Want Lands? 100x100 corner. East SUe, two houses, nice locality, car line, rent $420 per annum. $3700, halt cash. Balance terms. Bargain 34O0 acre? good wheat land. Morrow County, f 10 per acre. Other wheat land snaps. Farms. investments, timber, land scrip. Collins Land Company, Stearns building. Phone M. 2324. LOUIS H. BOLL PIANO STUDIO WH.L OPEN SEPTEMBER 1. Parlors 9 and 10. 24Z& Washington at. Tn Icerti naps? AMUSEMENTS. G?rnTm Theater airutisa I.W.T.US1CUT1Q1 c iimc rmUiJt Morrison Street between Cth and 7th. Phone Mala 868. Tonlcht and Bargain-Price Tomorrow Night Matinee Tomorrow At S:30 o'clock At 2:30 o'Cloclc The "World's Greatest Hypnotist. Mlnd- Keaaer, jangiciau ana .entertainer rVlcEWEN FUN LAUGHTER MUSIC irene ntANKxrx. The Greatest Lady Cornet Player. POPULAR PRICES Matinee, entire house, ' 25c. Night. 23. 35, 50 and 75 cents. Seats are now selling for the entire week. MARQUAM GRAND THEATER All Week, Beginning Monaay, Augusc EZRA KENDALL , Excellent Supporting Companr. Vnnitav Tnr1nr Wednesdav niches. "WPiTii'mRCiTCS BENSON." Thursdar. Friday. Saturday matinee and night, "THE BARNSTORMER." Evening Prices Lower floor. $1.50, $L Balcony. $1. 75c. 50c. Gallery, 25c, 35c jjattnee prices ;LOcr umr. i, oc xn cony. 75c. 50c. Gallery, 25c. 35c Seats are now selling tor me enure wee. BELASCO TeL Main 311 (Formerly Columbia. Theater) 14th and Wash. TONIGHT, 8:15 ALL WEEK THE GIRL 1 BT CLTDS FITCH AND 13TH WEEI IEU1C0 STOCK COMMIT THE JUDGE BIS maocnoi Matinees Saturday and Sunday. PDTPF5 Night 25c 35c 50c and 75c Matinees 25c 35c and 50c Next Week Alice of Old VIncenne BAKER THEATER 3d and Yamhill OREGON THEATER CO.. LESSEES. GEO. L. BAKER. MANAGER. One WeekS5TTl8MaL Aug. 27 Matinees Sunday, Wed., Thurs. and Sat. (No Performance Saturday Night.) MUSICAL BURLESQUE The Recognized Leader of Them All The Fay Foster Co. EVERYTHING BETOND COMPARISON. BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. GORGEOUS SCENERY AND SENSATIONAL NOVELTIES. PRICES Nights. 25, 35. 50 and 75 cents. Matinees 15. 25, 35 and 50 cents. Sale of Seats Opens Friday, Aug. 25, 10 A. M. $25.00 PER WEEK If you earn less we can double your salary. Vaudeville Acting. Dramatic Art. Stage Dancing, Elocution, singing music, etc. taught. Terms reasonable, biccicnes, iiono logues. Parodies written to order. Moving Picture Machines Films. Song Slides, etc.. bought, sold and rented. Song Orchestrations. 10 cents. EWMAN'S SCHOOL OF ACTING Phone Main 1885. 351 Morrison. PORTLAND. OR. THE GRAND MR. JOSEPH CALLAHAN IDA RUSSELL THE TAYLOR QUARTET THE DOLANS LEONARD it HELD FRED PURINTON THE GRAN'DISCOPE GENERAL ADMISSION. 10c. Evenings. Sundays and Holidays, reserved seats on lower Coor, 20c Dally matinees, entire lower floor. 10c Box seats. 25c THE STAH CUFF DEAN & CO. ONSLOW & GARNET! THE MOZARTS DREANO TVOODTIIORPE & WILLAED ROY McBRAIN THE STAROSCOPE GENERAL ADMISSION. 10c Evenings. Sundays and Holidays, reserved seats on lower floor, 20c Dally matinees, entire lower floor, 10c Box seats. 25c BASEBALL RECREATION PARK. Corner Vaughn and Twenty-Fourth. PORTLAND VS. LOS ANGELES ADMISSION. 35c. AUGUST 22. 23. 24, 23. 26, 27. GRANDSTAND. 23c CHILDREN. 15c Box tickets and reserved seats on sale at box office. " Lewis and Clark Observatory HAWTHORNE TERRACE JL'ORXLAND HEIGHTS Now open. Take Portland Heights car and get off atlHawlhorne Terrace, one block from car line. No climbing. Electrio elevator Most magnificent view In America. Set beautiful cftect of powerful searchlight from top of tower. Open 0 A. M. te 9 P. M. ADMISSION. 10 CENTS. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL HOME IN SAN Francisco's finest suburb, nearly new; mod ern In every particular; 13 rooms; large grounds, sloping to San Francisco Bay like a park; halt-hour train service: price $18,000; might consider an exchange for Portland In come property, highly improved farm or In come stock ranch; must stand rigid Investi gation. Address for two days, E 76, Ore gonlan. ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACRDAGE as a specialty, within city limits or outside. Some acres with terms as low as $10 per month with watsr. A. C Churchill A Co., Inc." 110 2d st. $S00 NEW C-ROOM HOUSE. CONCRETE foundation, full lot, fruit, flowers, chicken park; fine residence district: gas In street; owner leaving city. 118 Ablngton bldg. $2750-$250 CASH; ELEGANTLY FINISHED new S-room bouse, thoroughly modem home. possessing every convenience, furnace, fire place. Morgan, ai3 iicray oicg. FOR SALE THE CHOICEST HOMES IN Oregon at Beaverton. S miles .west of Port land; 1 to 100 acres; fare 35 cents. Barnes Cady. FOR SALE 5 OR 10 ACRES: A BARGAIN tor- cash. Inoulre 4Sth st. and Hawthorne ave. South. Mrs. W. S. Falling, Mt. Tabor P. O.' rrrr mrr n-trvf roTTAOE- Til Jr"K" isn half from car line; part cash, balance 510 month, seiiwooa rownsue uo. union nyi. A SACRIFICE GOOD 0-ROOM HOUSE. bam. Iron fence, comer lot. on Moatavllla car line; price fizuo. i-none cott auii. 50X100 LOT ON 42D ST. AND HAWTHORNE ave, price 2tav&muc. .wm.. m quire 42S North 21st st.. near Vaughn st. SELLWOOD LOTS. 53.00 DOWN AND $5.00 a montn; irom 4a.w u 4w.w. ocuwtna Townsite uo. i-none union S-ROOM HOUSE. 1 ACRE. MILE FROM Portland Heights line: or xor rent Sept. I. Watt, owner. McKay wag. FOR SALE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL modem conveniences; pries reasonanie. in quire owner. 731 E. Ash st. 12950 "WILL BUY NICE LOT ON 1STH ST.. near Nob Hill district, suitable for residence or fiats. Phone East 150i. ACREAGE NEAR CAR LINE. S MILES from Morrison st. snare, c K. Ballard. Mllwackie. Or. BEAUTIFUL LOT. 50X75. ON NORTH 16TH su. with or without house. Owner. O 74. Oregonlan. NICE S-ROOM HOUSE-ONE OF THE Nic est comers In South Portland. Inquire 703 1st. $000 FOR 2 LOTS IN ALB IN A; WALKING distance, paciac i. ic a. uo., w. 1st st. SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. WEST SIDE. cheap; must sell at once. Phone East 2607. WANTED REAL ESTATE. I AM PAYING 533 A MONTH RENT; WANT to buy and pay same installment, waai have yon 7 Address u uregoman. NEW COTTAGE. 5 TO T ROOMS. LARGE lot. near car; fruit; cash. J io. oregonlan. FOR SALE FARMS. FARM FOR SALE 11 MILES FROM PORT- land. on Scbolls Ferry road: 294 acres. 130 In cultivation; good ash swale land, suitable for timothy and grain; well tilled. 00 acres slashed and fenced, easily cleared, balance good timber: bouse and two barns, one 32x 11C. the other 40x40. with two ld-foot sheds; good orchard and well watered; $1500 worth personal property Included. This place lays well to divide; will sell half It desired. If sold eoon will make price of J 55 per acre. In cluding personal property. Address owner, Frank Bornstt. Tlgardvllle. Or. 50000-400 ACRES. TWO MILES FROM LIVE railroad town. Willamette Valley: adapted to stock 'and dairy; all fenced; fair buildings and abundance of living-water; a bargain. $2000 to acres on car line; convenient to this city; some Improvements; living running water; halt cash. We have several other bargains In farms and smalt tracts of acreage near this city, and invite careful Investigation thereof. DAVIDSON. WARD & CO.. 403 Chamber of Commerce. FOR SALE FINE 354-ACRE VALLEY farm, about 200 acres bottom land, about ICO in cultivation, balance nearly level, part ly cleared and In grass; good buildings, fences and orchard; some beaverdam; about U500 cords flr and ash timber; electric light and telephone; close to rail, churches and schools: 20 miles to Portland: $45 per acre, or will soil part; terms. B 75. 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 '.mplements. This place can be had within the next 30 days for $2750 cash. Address H 58. Oregonlan. 152 ACRES. PART BEAVERDAM. 100 CUL tlvatlon; O-room house, barn, cattlcsheds, well?, springs, big neighborhood; stores, school; on electric line, near Portland; $55 per acre. US Ablngton bldg. 160 ACRES. 2.000.000 YELLOW PINE AND fir. part farm land, house, water, orchard; $1000; Klickitat Co.. Wash.: 6 miles R. R R. Shelly. Metropolis Hotel. Portland. FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS. FOR SALE 240 ACRES NEAR SCAPPOOSE: cood solL stuxnuaKe on cedar and fir more than pay price asked for land; owner leaving state, must sell. Address X 71. care Ore gonlan. SIO ACRES TIMBER LAND. ONE BODY: 20. 000.000 feet; Northwestern Washington ab stract furnished; price $5000. 5. C. White. Chehalls. Wash. WILLAPA HARBOR TIMBER 3000 ACRES, spruce, cedar, fir, hemlock; $5 to S10; tracts to suit. W. W. Cheadle. agent. South Bend. Wash. 320 ACRES FINE TIMBER, NEAR PORT land; 512.50 per acre. H, G. Sahlstrom, 1654 4th st. 1GO ACRES TIMBER LAND. CLACKAMAS County. 2 miles from Oregon City; 5.000.000 feet: sold cheap for cash. Address u m. Oregonlan. FOR SALE 100 ACRES TIMBER." NEAR proposed R. R. to Coos Bay. L. H. Vincent. 4.M tailing su. city. WANTED TO BUY RELINQUISHMENT OF timber claim or homestead. N 73. Orego nlan. FOR SALE LAND SCRIP. LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN- teea. mineral lanas uuea. puoiic iaua prac CERTIFIED SCRIP. ANT SIZE PIECES: lowest prices. W. G. Howell. 53S Chamber of Commerce. TO EXCHANGE. HAVE 6 PER CENT INCOME ACCUMULA tlon real estate bonds for unimproved farms of ICO acres or more, within 30 miles of Port land; description required with answer. H 76. Oregonlan. WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR fl rat-class dental work. M 5. Oregonlan. FOR SALE. Horses. Vehicles and Harness. for sale or rent hokses and ve- hlcles by the day. weeK or montnr harness, saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs for sale or exchange. Tomlinson it Cassl day. 211 Washington st. NICE RAY MARE. 3 YEARS. WEIGHT 1050 new rubber-tire runatout ana naraess; i; must cell; going away, call lor Mr. Watson. 122 Union, cor. AMer. drive. Vrl (joroeu St., i-oriiaao. mono Pacific -1&. TTOTiSTW. WAGONS. TRUCKS AND ALL kinds of vehicles ana naraess tor saie or rent. Hubert & Hall. 260 Fourtn sc. PERCHERON WORK HORSES FOR SALE Dy L. u. Kaision; oam. u jtuenuu. i'hone west aia. FINE SPAN PONIES. 7 YEARS OLD. Ex cellent drivers ana styusn; Bargain, i-none Union 3452. Miscellaneous. TA-ir-fr vrttm nnnr t.ttatt r-. t. -with ATaafi rconnr I m m I ! m easy to lay; needs no painting or coating; good over old Iron, tin or shingles; for new roofs there Is nohlcg better; guaran- stop 'small leaks. National Mastic Roofing FOR SALE NEW AN I SECOND-HAND DlHiarn ana pooi uuiu, w; rent asoiea. wii pnvnca ui uuuki em bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick naixe-v.cucnacr. w t i. LOGGERS AND CONTRACTORS SEVERAL gooa secona-nana engines, suii&oia mr log ging or hoisting purposes to be had cheap. For xurtner mtormauon appiy u x. j. Kuettner, Astoria, or. 8X12 NEW BRUSSELS RUG. 38 YARDS cheap; also new Decker upright piano TICKET TO OMAHA LADY. MEDIUM; VIA Seattle; F. 51. Rathbun. Ohio House, lltn sc.. bet. Morrison ami Aiaer, alter o i: m. GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE OR TRADE 10 tons' carrying capacity, zj-norsepowe engine; will sell cheap, u to. uregoman. FOR SALE A LIGHT SINGLE-SEAT AUTO engine In front under hood, wheel steering. Call 753 Northrop su Jf none from an. SECOND-HAND GRAIN AND POTATO bags for sale cheap. In large or small quan titles. J. Simon & Bro., 244 Front. FOUR GOOD STOVES 0-HOLE RANGE, wood heater, oil stove, camp stove; must sell at once, cheap, cat- cieveiana ave I HAVE AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY OF good dental work for sale at a very reason able price, u ib. oregonian. FOR SALE CHEAP GOOD DELIVERY OR express horse. Call 1212 Ellsworth, Rich mond. i'none iasc isv. A DROP-HEAD 563 SINGER SEWING MA chine, nearly new. for 525, If bought at once. Call at jiomson su ANTIQUE MAHOGANY FURNITURE Brass, bronze and pewter. 633 Washington FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN COMPLETE set tinners tools and machines. Address Box 137. Portland. Or. FOR SALE 12 H. P. WEBER Q AS O LINK engine. Al condition and a bargain. 324 unamoer uommcm. LADY'S FIRST-CLASS TICKET TO CHI cago; light; medium. Oregon Short Line K 75. Oregonian. TICKET TO DAVENPORT, IA.. MIDDLE- age man, oarx complexion, metiiura neignu b&fc auxnn su MAN'S FIRST-CLASS TICKET TO DEN ver. Colo., 510. Call Immediately. SS 6th su. room li. FINE CAMPING OUTFIT, FITTED UP ready for nse; special price. C L. Boss, 320 East Morrison. vnif onrrr nitortv TSTTTiTiprn ttppo perfect condition: fast roadster. Apply 115 union ave. FOR SALE GAS ENQINH MACHINERY. tools and patterns. Aaaress fa-T , st., Fresno, Cat, Mlddleby No. 2. Inquire Star Bakery, The Mlddleby No. 2. Inquire Star Bakery, EXPOSITION BUILDING 50X1S0; 30 FEET high; possession ocu IB. biberian R. li. Co. FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. 324 CHAM- ber of Commerce, or pnone Main Z363. FOR SALE LADY'S TICKET TO MINNE a polls; medium. R 75. oregonian. TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKESM PER month. J. E. Hnxlev. S2 4th st. FOR SALE. Miscellaneous. FOR SALE STEAM WOOD SAW. APPLY 41 Union ave. and E. Pine st. YOST TYPEWRITER. NEARLY NEW. cheap. 415 Mahay biag. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. NICE NEW 'BUS CARRY 14 PASSENGERS. Call New Lange Hotel. HELP WANTED MALE. CAMP COOK. JC0: FREE FARE; FLUNKEY. 930; buckers. $2.75; sawmill laborers. lii; R. R. laborers, all over, free fare; stalr- bullder: stableman, city. 540. and - living- rooms; porter. $30; cook. $75: kitchen help. HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 28 North 2d at. ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY treated; discharges positively cured in rrom 3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly confidential; send tor our symptom blank. X-Radlum Medical Institute. Allsky bldg., 3d and Morrison sts., Portland. 200 MEN AND BOYS FOR PAIN'S GREAT spectacle. "Last Days of Pompeii, at the Oaks, two weeks, commencing August 23. Apply 7 o'clock Friday night to MarJcFen ton. stage director, employes' gate, the Oaks. AN EXPERIENCED CANVASSER TO SO- Uclt for Singer Sewing Machines; none other but experienced canvassers need apply; salary 512. Apply to Singer Sewing Ma chine Store. 354 Morrison st. WE WANT ONE MORE GOOD SALESMAN for Oregon territory with established busi ness; good opening for the right man. In quire or address room 1. B. & O. T. bMg., Dougherty, FIthtan Shoe Co. MEN and women to learn watchmkg. en graving, jewelers' wk; only prac senooi tor Jewelers; money mad a leam'g. Watchmkg Engrav. School. P. L bldg.. Seattle. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN good Income corresponding tor newspapers; experience unnecessary: send for particulars. Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y. 1000 MEN FOR NEW R. R. CONSTRUCTION; a years work; tree fare. HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 26 North 2d sU WANTED ONE FIRST-CLASS COATMAK- er. one first-class pants and vestmaker; steady work; union wages. McLeod. John son & Co., Boise. Idaho. WANTED SAILORS FOR STEAMER BOUND for Japan; also for English ship bound for Australia. Inquire at Sailors' Home, comer 2d and Glisan sts. WANTED OFFICE BOY FOR WHOLESALE house, not under 16 years of age. with fair education. Apply In own handwriting. L 76, care Oregonlan. WANTED ONE OR TWO STOVE-PLATE molders. Apply to Stove Department. Al bion Iron Works Co.. Ltd.. Victoria, B. C. Wanted Men to learn barber trade: steady practice; expert instructions. Write ror terms. Glllman's College. 627 Clay sU. S. F. California wine depot: headquarters bakers. cooxs, waiters, Bartenders. All wines so per glass. P. Loratl. 143 4 th. lay 1503. BOY TO LEARN THE DRUG BUSINESS. or with some experience; must live at home and be willing to work. A76. Oregonlan. WANTED MAN TO CHECK GOODS1 AND collect; ?250-required, fully secured; will pay you -u a week, can zis stark fit. WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT- land and throughout state to solicit busl nss. Call or write. 607 McKay bldg. CAMP COOK. 500; BLACKSMITHS, 53. $3.50; tnmmerman, $z.i5; others. Lumbermen s Labor Bureau. 205 Morrison. PROFITABLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for Intelligent man with small amount cash and services. Fraser. 273 3d. WANTEDSINGLE YOUNG 5IAN AS TRAV- eung salesman; references. Call, 10 to 2 P. 51.. room 14. 3SI Yamhill. WANTED YOUNG 51 AN TO LEARN BAR- ber trade: union shop; some money re quired. GOO Washington st. HOPPICKERS WANTED GOOD CAMPING place; good water, wood; families. Address 19IH 3d. near Taylor. WANTED STUDENT TO WORK FOR ROOM and board; must understand care of cow, Mr. Lewis. 27 1st st. WANTED VESTMAKER : UNION MAN. out city. Clerks' Registration Bureau, 263 Morrison su WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER: SALARY to right party. The Western Lady. 14T Front su A FIRST-CLASS BUTTER-MAKER: MUST ne auie iu t"c kuuu icmcma. ure gonlan. MAN WANTED TO WORK ON RANCH near city, ucuvu c n ou jbuii- son sU WANTED PHOTOGRAPHER: GOOD OPER- ator and retoucher. Lucerne Studio, Dckum bMg. TWO ADVERTISING SOLICITORS: NO fake; big commission; 10 to 12. 36 Russel bldg. WANTED FIRST-CLASS SAUSAGE-MAKER and pork packer. Stenslon: Bros.. Salem, Or. MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED; highest, price paia. &o aa. rnone pacific w. WANTED OLD CLOTHES. SHOES. HIGH- est price paid. 169 Fronu Phone Pacific OX FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN try: big wages. 215 Commercial block. WANTED MACHINIST. SECURITY VAULT z 3ietai worits. van rrom. WANTED BUSBOYS. APPLY HOTEL ORE- gon Grill Room. Mr. -James. BOY WANTED FOR OFFICE WORK AND as messenger. Q 74. Oregonlan. WANTED FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER. C. O. Williams. Baker City. Or. Al SHOE SALESMAN: NO OTHER NEED apply. The Chicago. 60 3d. A NO. 1 EDGERMAN; ALSO MACHINE man wanted. Star Box Co. BRIGHT BOY FOR FAIR GROUNDS, early. 6S7 Thurman su CALL WANTED FIRST-CLASS Teesdale. 506 Marquam. SKIRT HELP. WANTED A BARBER AT HOTEL PORT land Barber Shop. BOY WANTED WITH BICYCLE. 131 N. Cth st. HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE. WANTED YOUNG PEOPLE TO FIT themselves for stenographers and book keepers; placed 207 In positions past year; can place you when competent. Behnke Walker Business College, day and night. Catalogue Call. WANTED GOOD WEAVERS ON BLAN- kets. dresser, sender and drawerln, spooler tender; good pay: steady work. Apply Union Woolen 31111s. Union. Or. COOKS. DOMESTICS. WAITRESSES (CITY? springs), housework; fallers. chaser, bucker, 32.75; farmhands, dishwashers. Drake. 205H Washington. HOPPICKERS WANTED - RESPECTABLE family campers: good yards; good accom modations. Address Geo. H. Finney. Ger vals. Or. TEACHERS FOR COUNTRY AND VILLAGE schools at once. C. R. B. Teachers' Agency, 2G5 Morrison sU WANTED EXPERIENCED SKIRT OPER ator, male or female. Phone Hood 341. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED LADY. WITHOUT FAMILY. WHO lives In good private boarding-house, to care for girl 5 years oia; nights only. N 76, Oregonlan. WANTED MAKERS AND APPRENTICES. Apply to Lowengart & Co., 04 Fron st WANTED A GIRL TO WORK ON ILLU- sion. Darkness and Dawn, on the Trail. WANTED STENOGRAPHER AT BOISE. Idaho. Address T 74. Oregonlan. WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN light housework. 343H N. 23d. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: small family. 360 Hoyt su GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. Inquire 311 West Park su WANTED YOUNG GIRL, HELP WITH housework. 6o Overton. WANTED 30 GIRLS TO MAKE SHIRTS, FItz-Weli factory. 75 1st. WANTED WAITRESS AT THE OHIO, 150 11th sU can at once. WANTED CHAMBERMAID AT 41 N. 3D street. HELP WANTE D FEMALE. TELEPHONE AND OFFICE YOUNG WOM an. $25. board and room; waitress, 525, chambermaid. ?25: all 3 for same country hotel; fare paid; 17 waitresses, city; 3 cham bermaids, cooks, houseglrls. 'HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY. 343t Wash, su, cor. 7th. upstairs. 50 GIRLS (10 SMALL) FOR PAIN'S GREAT spectacle. "Last Days of Pompeii." at the Oaks; two weeks, commencing August 2S. Apply 7 P. M. Friday to Mark Fenton. stags director, at employes' gate, the Oaks. WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER alls and shirts; instructions given to In experienced. Apply Neustadter Broi.. Standard Factory No. 2. corner East Tay lor and Grand ava. WANTED COOK FOR CLUB. OUT OF THE city; pay 523 per month: steady position. E. T. Hamer. Forestry Inn. 1 block from Fair grounds. Call 7 to 0 A. 51., Friday or Saturday. WANTED AN, EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR general housework, out of city; good wages and permanent place; Swedish or German preferred. Apply to 561 Irving su. corner of 17th. DOMESTICS. COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAM- uennaias. etc.; city, coasu Fair and coun try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors. 226 Morrison. Mala 1323. WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE- cuwiim in x-oriiana ana tnrougnouc stats; good par. Call or write COT McKay bldg. WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. W.UT- ers. cnamoermaias. general workers. Su Louis Agency. 230- Yamhill. Main 5413. WANTED GIRL IN PRIVATE FAMILY; -wwiiK mm nenerai nousewont; goou wages. Mrs. Frank Nau. 715 Flanders, cor. 22d. WANTED EXPERIENCED. REFERENCED cook; nrst class; private family: wages $40. 2301, Yamhil. Phone Main 5413. GIRL, WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK IN smau ramuy. call forenoon 20 East 13th sU South; Ankeny or Plne-U cars. HANSEN'S LADD2S' AGENCY. 343 Washington sc.. cor. 7th. upstairs. Phone Main 2602. WANTED FOUR WAITRESSES AT FAIR. japan itestaurant. on per cent; will guaran tee salary. Tel. Fair 40. WANTED LADY TO WORK IN ROOMING- tiuuse. nours aauy. m exenange tor room renu Phone Pacific 10S. WOJIEN AND GIRLS WANTED TO WORK in iruu cannery. oin anu JJlVlsKm StS. Holmes Canning Co. GIRL TO ASSIST IN KITCHEN. GOOD wages; German preferred. Inquire Columbia Hotel. 1st and Clay. HAVE MACHINE AND DESK -ROOM FREE for public stenographer: give phone number. F 76. Oregonlan. WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN" cral housework; wages 535. Apply QS3 Montgomery st. 25 GIRLS AND WOMEN AT CANNERY OF Oregon Packing Co.. East 8th and Yamhill. Apply at once. GOOD WAGES TO EXPERIENCED GIRL for housework; small family. 701 Over ton, cor. 24th. WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES at Watson's Restaurant, 100 4th su; wag'.s 510 oer week. WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work and cooking; family of two. 127 lith streeu GIRL TO WAIT TABLE AND MAKE HER self useful.' S47 Upshur St.; 55. room ar.i board. WANTED CHOCOLATE DIPPER. EXPERI enced. at Aldon Candy Co., 10th and Glisan sts. GIRLS WANTED AT G. P. RUMMELIN & Sons. Furriers. 126 2d sU. near Washington. GIRL WANTED FOR SECOND WORK. AP ply 732 Flanders sU. between 22d and 23d sts. YOUNG LADY FOR OFFICE WORK; STATE experience; give references. T 73. Ocegonian. WANTED GOOD LIVE MAN OR WOMAN for runner. Hotel Oregonlan. 41x N. 3d st. vGIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSE work. 335 Market st. Phone Main 4443. WANTED GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. Apply 750 Lovejoy st. SEVERAL EXPERIENCED SALESGIRLS. Apply 171 3d bU GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP ply 470 Park st. WAITRESS WANTED. HOTEL BERG, 13TH and Alder. GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. PHONE EAST 4155. SITUATION WANTED MALE. Bookkeepers and Clerks. A YOUNG MAN WITH BEST OF REFER- ences and business standing Is open for a position; is especially fitted for office work, salesmanship and collections, or any posi tion of trust and executive ability. P 73. Oregonian. Miscellaneous. YOUNG MAN. WELL ACQUAINTED IN city andi used to care and handling horses. Is looking for work; rererences. Address R. Wilde. 461 W. Park. JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN furnish domestic servants, farmers also; all kinds of help. Clay 513. 268 Everett su IF YOU WANT COMPETENT YOUNG MAN to run gas engines or motors, machinery of any kind, repairing. B 74. Oregonlan. YOUNG MAN ATTENDING BUSINESS COL lege wants place to work for board and room. D 72. Oregonlan. ONE OF THE CHOICEST CORNER LOT3 on ridge at Sea View. Call or address 331 Tillamook su. city. GOOD JAPANESE COOK. WITH 10 YEARS experience, wishes position In family. Y 73, Oregonlan. BARBER FIRST-CLASS. WANTS STEADY situation; can give references. S 75. Ore gonian. MAN AND WIFE WANT PLACE AS COOKS in camp for 1 year. Address 106 N. 12th st. FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS situation In family. X 73, Oregonlan. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. Bookkeepers and Stenographers. SITUATION WANTED BY STENOGRAPHER of several years experience. Apply Main .3272. Domestics. WANTED SITUATION FOR GENERAL housework by colored woman. 430 Hoyt st. Phone Main 46S2. WANTED PLACE TO DO GENERAL housework by Finnish girl. Apply 2S3 N. 10th su Housekeepers. SITUATION WANTED BY CAPABLE W03I an as housekeeper, widower's family. 230-i Yamhill. Phone Main 5413. SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER OR TO DO sewing and second work. J 75. Oregonlan. Miscellaneous. CAPABLE YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES SIT uatlon In confectionery, grocery or bakery. 230V Yamhill. Phone Main 5413. GERMAN WOMAN WANTS HOUSECLEAN ing work; good references. Room 2, No. 325 Front and Ash sts. EXPERIENCED ELEVATOR OPERATOR wishes a position: best of references. B 76, Oregonian. MIDDLE-AGED W03IAN WANTS HOCSE cleanlng or washing by the day. L 73. Oregonlan. WANTED AGENTS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO INTRO duce and sell self-lighting gas lamp; does away with matches and gas lighters; sells on slghU 603 Washington, cor. 10th. SOLICITOR. CAPABLE TAKING CHARGE agencies for large bond & real estate corpora tion. Index, 007 Kohl bldg., San Francisco. Wanted Photograph coupon salesmen; big pay; Exposition offer. Rembrandt Studio. 106 3d. ADVERTISING SOLICITORS S3 TO 310 dally. See Allen mornings, 107 Sherlock bldg. WANTED TO RENT. MAN AND WIFE WISH 2 OR 3 FURNISHED rooms, suitable for housekeeping; perma nent; state price. Address J. H. McCall. S3 East 17th st. ' TWO LADIES WISH BOARD AND ROOM In private family; must be reasonable. G 75, Oregonian.