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r tt v fHE MORNING OREGOXIAJT, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905. " ' . IIIP
TOUR OF THE SENATORS
Informal Reception Given Ankcny
and Plies In Cbehalis.
CHEHAL.1S, Wash., Sept. 6. Sena
tors Ankeny Tttid Piles were In Che
halls Tuesday. An Informal reception
was elven them by the citizens at
Hotel St. Helens last, evening:. They
visited the Reform School today and
left on the afternoon train for South
TOLEDO, "Wash., Sept. 6. (Special.)
Senators Ankeny and Piles and State
Senator J. A. Veness spent the Sweater
part of Tuesday at this place. They
-iewed a stretch of about two miles
of the Cowlitz River, after which each
delivered n short address at the opera
house. Doctors Appointed as Delegates.
SALEM. Or.. Sept. -(Specials-Governor
Chamberlain today appointed the fol
lowing delegates to the 14th annual ses
sion of the Association of Military Sur
geons, which will be held at Detroit,
Mich., September 25 to 23:
Dr Joseph D. Sternberg:. Dr. Sandford
Wilting Dr. Charles T. Chamberla n. Port
Una: Frampton C Broslu. Hood River; Dr.
w t. rhMhlre Eugene; Dr. W. r.. cam,
Oren CUy; Dr W H. Byrd, Salem; Dr.
M. H. ElllP. Albany,
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. C Maximum tempera
ture 70 deh; minimum. 54 deg. River read
me at 8 aVm.. 2.4 feet; change In past 24
hours.' fall. 0.1 of a foot. Total precipita
tion, fi T. M. to 5 P. M.. none; total since
Septembor 1. 1005. none; normal. 0.22 of an
Inch; deficiency. 0.22 of an inch. Total sun
shine September 5. 1905. 11 hours and .
minutes: possible. 13 hours and 8 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at 0 P. M.,
' PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Sacramento. . ..
Salt Lake City,
SE Pt Cldy.
80 1 0.00
Rain is falling this evening along the
Strait of Fuca and cloudiness has Increased
.Vt .ntir. stt of Washington. Rain
is also reported at Salt Lake City and at
Bismarck, but elsewhere In the Northwest.
fair weather has prevauea.
No marked changes In temperature bae
occurred during the last 24 hours.
The Indications are for partly cloudy
. u.- in n latHrt Thursday with show
ers in the Sound Country and threatening
weather in Northwest Oregon.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at midnight. September 7:
Portland and vicinity Cloudy and threat
ening Probablr cooler. Winds shifting to
Orecon Cloudy and threatening
with 6howers along the north coast; cooler
except near the coast. Winds shifting to
southerly. . ,
Western Washington Showers. Southerly
KnKtem Oreson and Southern Idaho Fair.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho-
Cloudy and threatening witn prooaojy snow
crs north portion.
AUCTIOX SALES TODAT.
At Gllman's Auction Rooms. 413 Washington
et, at 10 o'clock A. M. s. l p.. unman, auc
At Baker!s Auction House, cor. Alder and
Park. SaHS at 10 o'clock. Geo. Baker & Co.,
Bv J. T. Wilson at 170 12th St.. bet. Morrf
on and Yamhill st. at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson.
At the Portland Auction Rooms, 211 1st st
Sales at 10 A. M. and 2 P. M. C. L. Ford,
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114. A.
F. & A. II. Stated communication
this (Thursday) evening, Masonic
Temple. Third and Alder streets, at
S o'clock, work. All aiasons in
By order of W. M.
B. S. PAGUE. Secretary.
ALLEN September 5, to the wife of James
W. Allen, at Forest Grove, principal of the
public school at Seaside, a eon. the parents
of whom are the best pleased couple In the
world. Dr. C. L. Large, attending.
KAMINSKY At his reHldence, 800 Front,
Marcus, bolovcd husband of Henrietta Ka
mlnsky. Funeral notice later.
BIRDSALL In thin city. September 5, 1905.
Benjamin A. Blrdjall. aged 82 years Friends
are inlvted to attend the funeral services at
his late residence. 703 Northrup street, at 2
P. M. Friday, September 8. Interment in
WEYGANDT At The Dalles. Or.. September
4, 1905. Mammle M. Weygandt. aged 21
years. G montlts and S days. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral services which will be held
at Ftnleys Chapel at 2 P. M. today. Inter
ment Lone Fir Cemetery.
BISHOP In this city. Septcmbor 5. 1005. at
COS Pettygrove street. Emma S. Bishop, aged
5 yean;. 4 months and 20 day. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral services, which will be held
at the above residence at 2 P. M. today. In
j terment Lone Fir Cemetery.
GEBERT At rtridence. 623 Gullda avenue.
September 5. 1905. George Gebert. aged 2
years and 8 months, eon of Mr. and Mr?.
William Gebert. Funeral will take place to
day at 2 P. M from residence. Interment
Lone Fir Cemetery. Friends invited.
BTOLTE In thie city, September 4, 1903.
Sadie Goodwin Stolte. aaed 33 rears. 11
months 14 days, beloved wife of Dr. Charles
E. Stolte, daughter of Emma G. Bogart.
Friends respectfully Invited to attend. Fu
neral services Thursday, September 7, 1903,
10 A. M., at tbe family residence, 275 Wil
liams, ave. Interment Greenwood Cemetery.
DUNNING, M'ENTEE & GTLBAUGIL Suc
cessors to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and emb aimers j modern Ja every detail; 7th
and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Undertakers and
cmbalmcrs, have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady Resistant.
Telephone No. 607.
J. P. UNLET ft SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
r. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 Xatt
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. Undertakers Em
balmers 278 Russell; East 1668. Lady aes't.
Two to fivo-acre tracts on the O. W. P.
car Mine, one mile and a halt east from
the golf links; price from $150 to $360 per
acre. Inquire of John H. Gibson, OWN
ER, at Stanley. CTir addrM, room Mt
A Great Bargain
Six acres of land on O. W. P. electric
line: 3 acres cleared; new house with 5 fin
ished rooms on lower floor second Boor un
finished; a beautiful place; excellent soil,
good water, etc This place will be sold at
a bargain and on easy terms.
KNAPP A MACKXY.
i Room 2, Chamber of CosnmerM.
Fifth nd Washington Streets
wni, tLH to B.e Per Day
Aeeerdtsc to X-eemtie.
J. r. DAVIXS, Free
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
Esrapeas Plaa Rens 7c to $2.00
Flrst-Cfa&s Restasraat la Cevan cellos
He ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
I Free 'bus to and from all trains 2
Rates Eu$?ne,n ?5c to $3.00 Per Day :
Rooms" "Rooms and Board "lions e-
keepinc Booms," "Situations Wanted," 15
words or less 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents etc o dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; no further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAT" (gange measure urate), 15
cents -per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregcniaa and left at tills
office, should always be inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required on each
The OreconUn will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
TONIGHT ONLT ONE PERFORMANCE
AT THE MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
Will Be Repeated
FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY MATINEE
Owing to Unprecedented Demand.
PRICES 25c, 35c. 50c. 75c. $1 and $1.56.
Beats Now Selling. Seats Exchanged.
Marquam Grand Theater
Saturday Night, September 9.
VTHB CHARMING ACTRESS
IN THE EMOTIONAL DRAMA
A Broken Heart
Monday Xlgbt, Sept. 11
A Wicked Woman
loesSej IHM, Sep.12
A Deserted Bride
POPULAR PRICES-25. 35 and 50 cents
Seats Now Selling.
Tel Main 311
14th and Wash. Belasoo & Mnyer, Props.
15TH WEEK BELASCO STOCK COMPANY.
TONIGHT AT 8:15 P. M. ALL WEEK
FIRST TIME IN STOCK
' Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
PPTPFQ Night-25c, 35c. DOc and 75c
xJ.VE3 Matinees 25c 35c and 50c
Next Week JUDAH, by Henry Arthur Jones.
3d and Yamhill
FHONE MAIN 1907.
OREGON THEATER CO.. LESSEE.
GEO. L. BAKER. MANAGER.
MATINEE TODAY. 2:15
THE HOME OF BURLESQUE.
All This Week Regular MaOhees Wednes
day. Thursday and Saturday.
AN IMMENSE SUCCESS
The Brigadiers Extravaganza Co.
Presenting EDMOND HAYES in the
An All-Star Olio of Vaudeville Favorites.
PRICES Nights; 25c 35c. 50c and 75c Mat
inees: 15c 25c. 35c and 50c
NEXT WEEK KENTrJCrrY BELLES.
th and Morrison Streets.
'THE MOST POPULAR THEATER."
TonlgM Every Night and Saturday Matinee
Chas. A. Taylor's New York Company in
Escaped From the Harem
Next Week, Commencing Sunday Matinee.
September 10 Five Nights Only
Mr. Chas. A. Taylor's Dramatic Masterpiece
Queen of the Highway
company, Play and Equipment Flrst-Cl&ss.
PRICES Matinees Saturday and Sunday, 10.
15 and 25 cents. Night prices, 15, 25, 33
and SO cents. Phone Main 117.
Assisted by Slgnor Dufree.
BRYDON'S DOG CIRCUS.
VTRDEN AND DUNLAP.
BENNETT AND STERLING.
FRED PURINTON. THE GRAND 15 COPE.
General admission, 10c Sundays, evenings
and holiday:, lower floor, 20c; balcony. 10c
Dally matinee, entire lower floor, 10c; box
seats, 25c Sundays and holidays, continuous.
ORIGINAL MEXICAN QUINTET.
SEARLKS AND ROCKWELL.
EARL ft HAMPTON.
General admission. 10 cents. Sundays, eve-.
ninnn and noil a ay, reservea cat on lower
floor. 20 cents. Daily matinees, entire lower
floor, 10 cents; box seats, S3 cents. Sundays
and holidays, continuous.
Corner Vaogha nstd Tweaty-fovrtb.
PORTLAND VS. SAN FRANCISCO
ssrrxxKKR . 7, s, . i.
GRANDSTAND, 23c CHILDREN. I5c
Box tickets and reserved seata ca sale at
First -C1m Check XMtural
Cwseete4 With KotL
C. O. DAVIS, Sec and Trea.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE,
over, exenangea; aiamonor. precious aioneot
loete and mourned; watches Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers the jeweler. 143 3d, near Alder.
FOR SALE THE MISSOURI SUILDING ON
the Exposition grounds. Send bids to the
teeretarr, at the building. E. S. Carver.
318 Worcester Block
General practice. Investigations.
Estate- work. Special and periodical audita.
Phone Clay 220.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
3 BARGAINS THAT CANNOT BE BEATEN:
S-roon nearly new modern rtoase, Hotla
dav Park: full cement basement, furnace.
cement walks, beautiful home; good buy an
9iW: our price lor a tew cays, Pri
"room new bouse, Hoiladay Park, up-to-date
in ever1 way; cement bafrtment and
walks, furnace, porcelain batb. gas and elec
tric light, fixtures all in: "walls all nicely
tinted: If vou want a lovetr home don't fait
to took this up: la a good buy at (1100; our
price now, $3iro.
S rooms and lanre receotioa ball. Irvine
ton. y block, beautiful lawR. 'tots' flowers.
cement walks; here I one of the prettlwt
pUcee for tbe price asked In this locality;
will make no exception; everything tXat
ean be asked for Is there; is a good buy at
$7000; my price for a snort time only $5SQ.
TAFT & CO..
122-3-5-6 Ablngton Btk.
S BARGAINS THAT CANNOT BS BEATEN:
8-room nearly new modern house. Hotla-
dav Park, full cement basement, furnace.
cement walks beautiful borne, good buy at
f(500; our price for a few days f37O0, part
7-room new bouse. Holla dar Park, up-to-
date In every way, eement basement and
walks, furnace, porcelain bath, gaa and
electric licht. fixtures all In. walls alt nicely
tinted: It vou want a lovely borne eon't fall
to look this up; is a good buy at HlOO: our
8 roema and large reception hall. Irving
ten. Vi blook. beautiful lawn, lota flowers.
cement walks; here Is one of tbe prettiest
places tor the price asked In tats locality;
will make no excoptiaas; everytnmg that
ean be ariced for 1 there; is a good buy at
tiow; m price for a ebon time eiuy
TAFT & CO.,
122-3-5-0 Ablngton Btk.
NEW 7-ROOM MODERN HOME. FINE Lo
cation, Montgomery at.; furnsee; stone walks,
yard, etc; now rented. $36 per montb:
worth $3500; party going away will sen
nxt fw days. 53350. & cash.
0-room cottage near 11th and Montgom
ery; rented $20 per month; cheap at 22S0:
1756 cash, balance easy terms.
Thete cannot be duplicated or the West
swe. Hurry up.
F. O. NORTHRUP & CO.,
211 Commercial Block.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $16 per
month with water. A. C Churchill & Co.;
"Inc." HO 2d st.
HOUSE 16 R005IS; NEW AND ABSO
lately up to date; elegantly finished
throughout: situated on two lots in best
portion of West Side. Any one desiring an
Al home will da well to inveetlgate. Phone
owner. Main 5S5. or eall 166 Sherlock bidg.
RARE BARGAIN LARGS HOUSE. 100x100
feet, Portland, East Side, convenient, healthy,
elgatly, most desirable less than east; terms,
must be sold. Johnon & Van Zante. Attor-nej-p.
505 Commercial bidg. Telephone Main
FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE; MOST
desirable acreage; tracts to suit; near Lents
and car; good soil: terms. Johnson &. Van
Zante. Attorneys. 505 Commercial bidg..
Portland. Telephone Alain seaz.
NEW 4-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSETS. PANTRY.
bath; Soxiw: nice lawn, sowers, etc; gas,
electric light, street Improved; a nice home;
this week only $775; terra. Oregon Asso
ciated Exchange. 1C5H 4th at., room 3S.
2C5 ACRES VALLEY LAND NEAR ASH
land. 200 acres cultivated; price. $10,500;
$3400 cash, balance eight years, 6 per cent;
snap. McWllllams & Hughes. L. B. 1S3.
A MODERN RESIDENCE IN HOLLADAY
Park, eight rooms, furnaee, gas fixtures,
electricity, cement walks and floor. Will
be sold by owner at a sacrifice. S 1, Ore
gonian. GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE. BATH AND HOT
water, nice let. eome fruit.. 2 biecka from
' car line; easy payments. $2000. Hatfield &
Smith. 105 Fourth at.
ELEGANT 11-ROOM FLAT FOR SALE AT
a bargain; good money-maker; must sell
owing to other business interests. H C
FOR SALE A 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE:
West Side; close In; price $2250. Mrs. R.
Downing, 061 Commercial st.; Alblna ear.
NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE. THOROUGHLY
modern; lot 50x100 feet; on 24th at. West
Side; $6300; terms. W SO. Oregonian.
SEE THIS TWO NEARLY NEW HOUSES,
lot 50x100 feet, some shrubbery, near car
liner $1500. Hatfield A Smith. 1C5H 4th st
FOR SALE TWO BEAUTIFUL NEW RE8I
' dram: S and lO rooms i flna lacstM) Vrnt
Side, olose in Owner, phone East 67.
NEW 0-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN EVERY
way. easy terms. Owner, one block south
C52 Union ave North. East 2498.
TWO-ROOM HOUSE. 2 BLOCKS FROM
Mount Scott car line. $175; $S5 cash, balance
at $3 a month. V S5, Oregoalan.
SELLWOOD LOTS. $5.00 DOWN AND $5.00
a month; from $75.00 to $200.00. Sellwood
Towaslte Co. Phone Union KCL
5750-FINE MODERN HOUSE. NEAR 33D
and Johnson; $3000 cash, balance to suit at
6 per cent A 94, Oregonian.
FOR SALE" NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveniences; price reasonable In
quire owner 731 E. Ash st
FOR SALE CHOICE HOME; EAST SIDE;
cjoco in. cuf i.ci mm , ucc seignDornood.
Phone East 475.
CAK LINE. 0
from Monlsoa t bridge. C
Mil ws.uk! e. or.
600 FOR 2 LOTS IN ALB IN A: WALKING
distance. iactnc T. m A. ca. Z7 W. 1st st
Hows it built on easy payments; lota furnished
it desireo. eu commercial ciag. Ms in IStO.
A GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE IN ALBINA;
on car line; pnoe iou. .raose zoor.
6TH ST. 100X100 BRICK
Louis EaloooR. 112H 1st et
93 ACRES IN HOOD RIVER APPLE- BELT.
J. i, iyewis, 11 su
FOR SAIX-XEAL XSTATX
$2000 WILL BUY A NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE.
witn H block, at su jonns.
$2000 will buy a new modem house on
28th sL, E. Portland. N
$1650 will buy a new modern 6-rooxn house
at Sellwood; electric light.
$1000 will buy a 6-room bouse at Sellwood.
$4000 will buy a swell new modem house,
on Sellwood sL, East Side; ft rooms.
LIND CO.. 2S1 Alder et.
ZS0 ACRES GOOD LAND. NEAR SALEM.
umber enough to pay for tne iana; acces
sible to river: $27 per acre. Hatfield fc
Smith. 165H Fourth st.
FOB SALE XAJUaX
40 ACRES OF GOOD FARM LAND, 13
clear, with a 4-room house; soci stock; in
Clackamas Co.; $2500. '
SO acres. 40 cleared, 14 mllee from Port
land; some beavcrdam, some timber; ba.anco
in pasture; a 4-room bouse, barn. 10 cows. 1
bull. 7 calve 3 horses 1 sow with pigs, 100
chickens, 40 ducks farm Implements a
threshing machine and the crop of 50 tons
et hay, potatoes, etc; a soap at $6000; halt
84 acres in Yamhill . County, all dear, a
ft-rcom house. 2 barns h!g orchard; $55 per
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1600 acres of good brush land, mostly all
level, easy to clear, near Klamath, Wash.,
on county road.
320 acres of good dairy land in Tillamook
County; 1 mile from cheese factory; $5 p-r
acre for either one of these two. and will
trade for Portland property. LInd & Co.. 231
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED NICELY
equipped chicken ranch wltntn few rods of
railway station and steamboat wharf, on
Columbia River; 20 acres with 9 acretf under
plow, balance pasture; land laya nicely; soil
very rich; large bearing orchard; good hotue
and bam and chicken-houees with Incubators;
live water; there go with place the crop,
team, wagon, harness bugry. farming Im
plements two fine cows, 3U chickens, pig
and a rowbeat; price $1500 with good terms.
Imus &. Wlllougbby, Klama. Wash.
SNAP! BIGGEST FARM SNAP!
In Oregon: 340 acre of the very bejt land;
200 level bottom land. 100 acrea In highest
elate of cultivation; a creek through th I
land, and Lewis River I the line on one
side; steamboats call every day for freight. M
passengers and milk; a nne, comrortanie 11
room bouse, and outbuildings; this place
lay nice, and la an ideal home; near Gardi
ner. Douglas County; for eale with or with
out stock. Call at 2S1 Alder sL LInd & Co.
FOR SALE FINE 354-ACRE VALLEY
farm, about 200 acres bottom land, about
160 in cultivation, balance nearly level, part
ly cleared and In grass; good buildings,
fences and orchard; some beaverdatn; about
1500 cords fir and ash timber; electric light
and telephone; --dose to ralL churches and
schools; 28 mllea to Portland; $45 per acre,
or will sell part; terms. B 75. Oregonian.
EXCEPTIONALLY FIN b COM PLETE FARM
55 acres level land, in cultivation. i0O
Winter apples modem Improvements, elec
tric car, fine roads all year; S miles east of
Portland: growing crop, chickens, stock and
implements; fine water and piped; mere
acreage adjoining it wanted. 227 Front at.
726 ACRES AT $20 ON ROGUE RIVER. 400
acres m hlKh etate or cultivation: ITOOO;
ideal Improvements. Has commercial and
social advantages; on railroad and electric
power use. A lovely place and neme. ideal
for small tracts Address W. N. Roble; 731
GOVERNMENT LAND. 1000 ACRES. TEN
homesteads near school. poMoSlce and rait
road, all good black soli, no rock, soma tim
ber, plenty of water; this is the chance of
a lifetime; now is the time; next week will
ne too late. Alpine ileal Estate Co., in
152 ACRES. PART BBAVERDAM, 100 CUL-
tivatton. D-roem house, water in house ana
bam, springs, orchard. catt!e-taeds. stores.
graded school, on electric line. nar Pert
land; $55 acre. 118 Ablngton bidg.
DAIRY RANCH FOR SALS 200 ACRES
bottom land, well crassed. fenced and wat
ered; 400 acres outside range, railway and
river chipping facilities on property; price
ax 3. oregonian.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.'
SAWMILL FOR SALE NEAR DRAIN. OR..
with 2v0 acres of good land, with 2.WO.O0O
feet of Umeer and a 0-room bouse; 20 aerea
clear and 10 more ready for plow; 12.G62.000
more timber available. Thin is the biggest
snap of tbe century; only $5006. LInd & Co.,
2Sl Awer st. ,
WILLAPA HARBOR TIMBER 3000 ACRES,
spruce, cedar, fir, hemlock; $3 to $10;
tracts to suit. W. W. Cheadle. agent. South
WILL PAY CASH FOR TIMBER CLAIM Lo
cation or relinquishment 9,000.000 feet and
up; fir and cedar. Address L 5, Oregonian.
CHOICE QUARTER SECTION FOR SALE
to highest bidder: owner going East. Ad
drei Q C, Oregonian.
109 ACRES YELLOW PINE AND FIR
3.6O3.609 feet: near railroad, river; JCO.
Y 92. Oregonian.
tfO ACRES FINE TIMBER. NEAR PORT
land; $12.50 per acre. H. G. Sahlstrom.
163& 4th st.
CHEAP LANDS. TIMBER AND GRAZING.
Call or address B 510. Chamber Commerce.
FOR EXCHANGE FOR VACANT OR 1M
preved city or country real estate, offlce
iHMlceett clearing over all expenses $250
monthly: suitable for lady or gentleman.
Address O 5. Oregonian.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL Es
tate Apartment house, lease; clears $50 per
month: price $14CO; close in. T 4, Ore
gonian. FOR SALE OR TRADE AUTOMOBILE,
good condition; what have you to trade?
Address O 2, Oregonian.
BOARDING-HOUSE. 0 ROOMS, PIANO;
clearing $65 month, exchange for good prop
erty. O 100. Oregonian.
PROSPECTOR WILL TRADE OR SELL
gilt-edge mining stocks. What have you?
G 3. Oregonian.
FOB SALE LAND SCRIP.
rOR SALE APPROVED LAND SCRIP FOR
acquiring title without residence to tim
bered or prairie land, surveyed or unsur
veyed. H. M. Hamilton, The Portland, city.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN
teed. mineral lands titled, public land prac
tice. Collins Land Co.. Stsams bidg.
CERTIFIED SCRIP. ANY SIZE PIECES:
lowest prlcee W. G. Howell. 553 Chamber
FOR RENT FARMS.
FARM IN WILLAMETTE VALLEY. GOOD
terms, cash rent Apply 01S East Taylor st.
norses. Vehicles. Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE
hlcles by tbe day. week or month; harness,
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomltnson & Caasl
day, 211 Washington st
RVAP-SlOO BITTS PAIR OF SOUND MARTS3
7 and 8 years old; weighs -JW pounds;
suitable for farm, express or delivery work.
Also bay horse, welgns 1100 pounds, $45.
23 N. 14 th t
HORSES. WAGONS. TRUCKS AND ALL
kinds of vehicles and harness for sale or
rent Hubert &. Hall. 263 4th at
NEW HAILET BUGGY. RUBBER TIRE3.
perfect condition; fast roadster. Apply
James Lyons, lis union ave.
RUBBER THIE TOP BUGGY. GOOD AS
new; also light eprlng wagon. Harris, Ock-
ley creen station.
FOR SALE-WATCHED DRIVING TEAM:
sorrel pony and fresh family cow. Tele-
phone Main 244.
FOR BALE FIRST-CLASS RUBBER -TIRE
phaeton, very encan. lor particulars call
FOR SALE BUGGY HORSE. GENTLE FOR
is ay; cneap. front tx.
FOR SALE LADY'S AND GENT'S TICKETS
io fjicuio. vjiu.. ... jr.. t utittas. xvnrer;
both medium, young, dark. Phone 1S71 Ore
TICKET TO SEATTLE FOR YOUNG LADY;
rvA frt (Unt ifln TSrmft Vent tJAI
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. 334 CHAM
ber of Commerce or phono Main .2303.
TICKET, FIRST- CLASS. TO ST. LOUIS;
male, light medium. R 5. Oregonian.
X 1! PE WRITERS. ALL MAKES. H
month. J. E. Huxley. SC 4th st
TWO LAD DEC TICKETS TO BOISE. IDAHO,
cneap. lnaaire 2U am t
FOR SALEBLACK LANG SHAN
ens. Si Montana are.
BARGAINS FOR ALL.
Rifles, cabers cutlasses, bayonets lamps,
khaki suits, blankets usaerwear. shoes bata.
helmets and thousands of other useful arti
cles suitable for wear or decorative pur
poses .at prices that are only a fraction of
their cost to the U. S. Govt. Buy now. as
sale closes Sept. 15th positively. U. S. Army
Goods Store, cor. 7th and Oak sts. (Merrill's
2 GOOD MANTLE BEDS. $7.50; 1 NO 8
stove. $C50; 1 white maple bedroom suite.
315; 1 ash dresser. $5; 2 white Iron beds $2;
3 hardwood extension tables. $4.30; 1 heavy
oak extension table, $7 JO: 3 good couches.
$6; 12 aolld cak high-back chairs. 90c; 2
heavy arm rockers. J-; 1 flat-top office desk
and chair. $12. M. J. McOrath. 6C North 3d
it. Paoae Main 087.
DOES YOlR ROOF LEAK?
Cover it with Mastic roofing. In rolls,
easy to lay; needs no painting or coating;
good over old Iron, tin or shingles; far
new roofs there 1 nothing better; guaran
teed; Mastic roof paint and cement will
top small leaks. National Mastic Roofing
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bidg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices Brunswlck-Balke-Collender.
49 3d st.
WANT TO SELL TWO R. R. TICKETS. 1
lady, I gent, to St. Paul, Chicago, Detroit
and Toronto. Canada. Dark. fair, size me
dium. Address P 4. Oregonlan.-
WE SELL ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
of whisky and brandy at 10c National
Wine Co. The Quality Store. 5th and Stark.
FOR SALE A LIGHT SINGLE-SEAT AUTO.
engine in rront under hood, wheel steering.
Call 783 Northrop st. Phone Front 874.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
10 tons carrying capacity, 24-horsepower
engine; will eell cheap. C 63, Oregonian.
GINSENG. ITS A MONEY-MAKER PLANT
now; price list for seed and plants on appli
cation. B. W. Klbler, Tacoma, Wash.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT RIGHTS
for Washington, Oregon. California, can be
seen at Fair grounds. R 04. Oregonian.
FOR SALE TICKET TO SALT LAKE, ME-
dlum height, medium weight. light eyes, dark
hair. Call at Schiller's Cigar Factory.
SECOND-HAND GRAIN AND POTATO
bags for saje cheap. In large or small quan
tities. J. Simon & Bro.. 244 Front.
TWO TICKETS. BOTH FEMALE, ONE
full and one half fare. Portland to Kansas
City. Mo. E 4, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE CHEAP FLAT-TOP DESK AND
revolving chair; almost new. Call 440 Sher
Jock bidg. rooming. 10 to 12.
FIRST-CLASS TRANSPORTATION TO ST.
Paul; lady; brunette; medium; less than
half. J 6v Oregonian.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN COMPLETE
set tinner's tool and machines Address
Box 137. Portland. "Or.
FIRST-CLASS TICKET EASTERN IOWA,
cheap; male, middle age,- dark hair, me
dium. S46 Vaughn et.
FOR SALE 12-H. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine; Al condition and a bargain. 324
FOR SALE YOUNG LADY'S TICKET TO
Denver: price $S If taken today. Telephone
TICKET EAST OVER CANADIAN PACIFIC
R. R. for male, middle age. ACdreea t o.
FIRST-CLASS TICKET. BURLINGTON:
male, medium; best route; obeep. V 5. Ore
FOR SALE COMPLETE FURNITURE FOR
S rooms In A No. 1 condition. H 4, Orego
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED MEN OF NEAT APPEARANCE
and ability for a house-to-house canvass:
salary only. Call at 33 2d st. Ask for W
WANTED EVERYBODY TO TRY OUR
wlnea--5 cents a glass. National Wine Co..
the -Quality Store. 5th and Stark. Phone
Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice; expert instructions. u rite for
terms. Glllman's College. 627 Clay et. S. F.
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
second-hand trunks, blankets; highest price
paid. 50 3d. near Pine. Phone Pacldc 46.
BAKER WANTED A GOOD STEADY AND
sober baker, understanding small stuff ana
cake baking. O. K. Coffee House. 262 1st st
$75 permanent salary and expenses paid, relia
ble men. outside of the city; pleasant work.
K. Heoker. room a, 1?IH Ttn. fortiana. ur.
California wine depot; headquarters bakers.
cooks', waiters. Bartenders. All wines oo
per glaj. xP. Loral!, 148 4th. Clay 1503.
EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS FOR CITY
and country. Call or write. P. A. Lyman.
Mgr.. 320 Mohawk bidg.. Portland.
WANTSD-FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT-
land and throughout state to solicit ousi
ns. Call or write. 007 McKay bidg.
EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR GOOD OPEN-
lng for reliable, energetic man; references
required. 408 Washington.
FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER AT ONCE. AP-
ply Greenland & Grek. 3d and Washington
sts.. over FeMenbelmer.
WANTED OFFICE BOY; APPLY IN OWN
handwriting. Willamette Boiler Works,
Front and Everett sts.
SOLICITORS GOOD PROPOSITION. GOOD
eommWaton, good opportunity. Johnston the
Tailor. 504 Washington.
ROCKMKN WANTED AT BUNKER HILL-
quarry. Take boat to Stella, Wash. J. w
Sweeney. Stella. Wash.
ANY PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE OUR 8AM-
plcr. $1S weekly; steady, iigr. empire,
Wells at. Chicago, III.
WANTED YOUNG 5LVN TO DRfVB A De
livery wagon; must know the city; state
age. J 4, Oregonian.
WANTED REGISTERED DRUGGIST FOR
city; state wages expected. Address M 1.
WANTED SAILORS FOR MANILA AND
Australia. Apply at Sailors Home. cor. 2d
and Gtlran sts.
CASHIER IN RESTAURANT: SALARY $100
per month; $700 needed. J. v . Creighton Sc.
Co.. 165H 3d st
FlriST-CLASS BROILDR AND LUNCHMAN.
Address G. M. Campbell. 320 James st. Se
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER; SALARY
to right party. The Western Lady, 147
A GOOD ADVERTISING SOLICITOR ON
special edition of established paper. Call at
TRUNKMAKERS WANTED AT PACIFIC
Coast Trunk & Bag Company, 350 Wash
WANTED SHOEMAKERS: LASTERS. FAC
tory hands. Apply Capln Shoe Co., Oregon
WANTED BILLING CLERK; MILLINER
salesman. See us for positions wanted. 110
HOTEL SOLICITOR. GOOD WAGES "AND
steady work to a hustler. Hotel Glendora.
GOOD RUNNER WANTED FOR ROOMING
house Apply at 305 6th. Phone Main 5400.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN-
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER.
Apply 733 Chamber of Commerce bidg.
BARBER WANTED: GOOD WAGES.
steady Job. Call at 31 N. 2d.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
smelter man. O 89. Oregonian.
WANTED MAN" TO SOLICIT
lect Address S 4, Oregonian.
WANTED Fnt8T-CLASS BARBER; 'STEADY
work. 2CS Madison st
WANTED WAITRESS AT NEWPORT RES-
taurant 53 Zd at.
ERRAND BOY WANTED.
Printer. GO 1st st
J. B. ROGERS.
WANTED COOK AND DISHWASHER.
MEN TO WORK ON FARM.
IN QUIRE 323
SO 1st st
J. R. ROGERS.
BOY WANTED FOR OFFICE,
X 3. ORE-
BOY WTTH WHEEL.. 34T WASH. ST.
BOY WANTED IS-JO FRONT ST.
KELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men. between the ages of 21 ana
33. cttisen of United States of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For information
apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak
sts.. Portland, Or.
THREE SALESMEN WANTED. TO HANDLE
one of our leading specialties; exclusive ter
ritory assigned; our men are making from
$18 to $40 per week; experience not neces
sary. Write at once for descriptive circular
and full particulars. Rand. McNally & Co.,
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured in irom
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; sent for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute. Allsky bidg.,
3d and Morrison sts., Portland.
WANTED OUT-OF-CITY DRESS GOODS
man; first-class grocerymen; collector ana
notary public; for city shipping clerk;
young man, experienced In shoes; boy col
lector. Clerks Registration Bureau, 203
WANTED. AT ONCE DRUG CLERK. REG-
isterea in Oregon; good Willamette vaiwy
store: state wages expected, whether senior
or Junior, when commence; references;
drinking men not wanted. O 6, Oregonian.
WANTED AT ONCE. BRIGHT YOUNG
men over IS to prepare for posteiflce ana
railway mall clerk positions; good salary:
examinations soon. Write N. H. Oliver. 322
Alaska bidg., Seattle.
SALESMEN WANTED CASH . ADVANCED
weekly; good territory open; outfit free, soma
are making $100 to $150 per month. Why not
you? Addreze: Washington Nursery Company.
MEN and women to learn watchmkg. en
graving. Jewelers wis; only prac school tor
Jewelers; money made leara'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School, P. I. bidg., Seattle.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send for particulars
Press Syndicate.- Lockport, N. Y.
WANTED A HUSTLER FOR OFFICE MAN
In old-established real estate ousineso;
required and services; will pay $100 per
month. Addrces R 4. Oregonian.
WANTED-MAN WITH EXPERIENCE AS
shipping clerk; willing to start at $'J per
week; married man preferred. Address with
references'. V C Oregonian.
PHYSICIAN WANTS TO SELL GROWING
country practice; expenses from beginning
by contract work; very cheap. Frank W.
-Wood. M. D.. Glencoe. Or.
COMPETENT OPERATORS. EXPERIENCED
In railroad station work, for In and around
Chicago; state age and experience. Address
H 93. Oregonian.
SALESMAN. EXPERIENCED. FOR PORT-
land and vicinity; Portland wholesale liquor
noue; commission oasis, iv o. ungouuu.
20 BREAD BAKERS WANTED AT THE
Butternut Bread Co. Inquire 231 1st or 269
271 Front: good wages and an open shop.
SALESMEN FOR FINE UNDERWEAR AND
seamless hosiery; factory to consumer; eo-
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
GARRISSON'S DRAMATIC COMPANY
TcnntK (i clever amateur nerformers and mu
sicians: good salary; long engagement, New
man's theatrical information .Bureau. i
WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAK35 OVER
1t nnii ahfrt.tr instructions RlVeR 'to lnex-
nrin-.l Annlr N'eustadter Bros.. Standard
Factory No. 2, comer East Taylor and Grand
WANTED TRAINED NURSE. OR EQUALLY
competent young woman to go to New York
about October 1st, assisting in care of two
email children. Address B 4. oregonian.
WANTED AT ONCE CHORUS GIRLS,
skirt dancers nlanlsts. musicians, actors.
for dramatic companies, vaudeville circuit.
etc Room 11. 351 Morrison.
DOMESTICS, COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAM
hrmn! i eltv. Coast. Fair and coun
try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors, 220
Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOK
Ing and general houeework; good wages;
In family; references required. Call No. 3.
North 15th et
WANTED TWO ENERGETIC LADY CAN-
vasser to work with lauy manager; excel
lent prooosltlen. Apply at room 11, 3O0H
South 4th st
A LADT COOK WITH $125 TO TAKE H
interest In delicatessen and restaurant; In
vestigate; good location. W S. Oregonian.
WANTED A WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework: must tie gooa cook; geoa ws.
Apply 812 Overton st.
CITY WHOLESALE HOUSE DESIRES SEUV-
Ices of Intelligent, trustwonny
30. Q C5, Oregonian.
WANTED-GIRL AS COOK AND GENERAL
housework in. email tamuy; wcges $ov. v-au
up phono Main 2740.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB-
werk; no -children; no waning; wages iu.
Apply 36T 10th.
GIRL WANTED TO WORK IN CANDY FAC-
tory. - Apply Pacinc ceaat biscuit wmpaaj,
12th and Davis.
RELIABLE WOMAN WANTED TO HELr
In roomlng-nouse. can mornings. inn.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
at Watson's Restaurant, toy 4tn St.; wage
$10 per week.
A GOOD COOK- Al'i'LiX UKlS.-NOU.a AT
722 Flanders st, corner i-a, or teiepnono
GIRL TO WATT ON TABLE AND ASSIST
with houseworn; no cooxing. ao jiorrmou,
WANTED GOOD GIRL TO CARE FOR
child; good home. roveuy aiana. dzo Wash
ington. WANTED LADY TEACHERS FOR NIGHT
pohool. Apply &oU inn. su toaay. u io o
WANT A GOOD PRIVATE TEACHER WHO
can teach English, tor Japanese ooy. u o,
WANTED GUtL THAT
289 Grand ave.
pressing and repairing.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 713 Lovejoy, N. E. ccr. 22d.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED AT 455 ALDER
st; no one under 25 years of age need apply.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES,
tn r, i.-lr n thei Bristol. 4S0 Washington.
WANTED GntL OR MEN FOR WAITRESS
and dishwasher, boy or men. 128 Nrth 6th.
WANTED STOCK GIRL FOR TRIMMING
room. Apply Lowengart & Co., 92 Front st.
COMPETENT GIRL TO DO COOKING AND
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAITRESS AT
St Charles Restauranr, -uu Jiomson at.
general housework at 307 North 22d st
YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In Cat 4Gltf 0th. cor. of Jackson.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
ply after 0 A. M. 374 East 8th North.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work. 546 3d. bet College and Lincoln.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHAMBER-
mald at family hotel. 304 Aiuer st
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GEN
eral housework. 706 Flanders st
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK;
family of 3. 629 East Ankeny st v
WANTED FTRST-CLASS VESTMAKERS.
NIcolL the Tailor. ICS Third at
WANTED 3 WAITRESSES. COMMERCIAL
Restaurant 4S8H Washington st.
WANTED A COOK. APPLY 674 EVERETT,
cor. 21st Phone Main 3020.
WANTED GrRLJTO KEEP STOCK. ALLEN.
King & Co., 343Washlngton.
WANTED 50' GIRLS TO MAKE SHIRTS AT
Fltx-Well Factory. 75 ist st
RELIABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 393 11th.
WANTED ALTERATION HANDS AT H.
Llttf. 4th and Wash!r,Ttcn-
GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
small family. 834 1st st.
WANTED COOK. 631 LOVEJOY ST.
phone Main 671.
WANTED GIRL FOB. CANDY" STOREi 353
WANTED A GIRL FOR COOKING.
573 Hon st
NU USE GIRL WANTED.
788 CORBETT ST.
W ANTED A WET. NURSE. 331, DAVIS;
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
LADY FOR LIGHT EMPLOYMENT PART
time at Fair. $1.50 day; 4 chembermaids. $20.
board and room; 2 chambermaids, $35; cooks,
$10 and $35; waitresses: houseglrls.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
343H Wash. st.. cor. 7th, upstairs.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TYPEWRITER
and stenographer of experience; one that un-
aeraianas something about bookkeeping.- Ap
ply 72 8th.
WANTED EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING
solicitor, witn references, for . Al proposition.
Apply 0 o'clock Monday, 616 Chamber of
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWO EXPERI-
enced salesladies for ulc department: also
corsets, underwear, fancy goods, etc. Apply
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE-
eentatlves in Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bidg.
LADnsS NORFOLK KHAKI JACKETS. 63C;
nothing wears like them; U. S. Army Goods
Store, cor. 7th and Oak (Merrill's Cyclery).
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT-
ers. cnamoermaid. general workers. bt
Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Main 6413.
FOUR WAITRESSES. DINNER AND SUP-
per; no Sunday work. Administration Res
taurant Answer by phone, Fair 8.
WANTED RELIABLE NURSE FOR YOUNG
baby; references required. Call at S12 Mar
shall et, between 10 and 12 A. M.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; NO
laundry wdrk. Call mornings. 423 Paclno
et., cor. East 6th. Hoiladay Add.
GIRL WANTED FOR' HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Call forenoon 20 East 15th st.
South; Ankeny or Plne-st cars.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY,
1433 Washington st, cor. 7tb, upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. 10 LADIES OF
refinement; ipeclal work, good salary. Ad
dress A. R. II., Oregonian.
A POSITIVE, THOROUGH BUSINESS WOM-
an to take charge of a business outside oz
the city. K 2. Oregonian.
WANTED GIRL AS COOK AND GENERAL,
housework in small family; wages $30. Call
up Phone Main 2740.
HELP WANTEDMALE OR FEMALE.
700 PICKERS TO PICK 624 ACRES HOPS;
all dsslred accommodations; grocery, bak
ery, restaurant.butchershop; beautiful camp
grounds; dance hall; pure mountain water,
etc; reduced excursion rates; special train
leaves Thursday. 10 A. M. Apply today,,
room 441 Sherlock bidg., 3d and Oak.
HOPPICKERS DON'T LEAVE TOWN WITH-
out calling at Kirk's U. S. Army Goods
Store, cor. 7th and Oak sts. (Merrill's Cy
clery) the place where you can get khaki
suits, blankets, overcoats, underwear, etc,
etc.. Just the outfit for you; remember no
such bargains are offered anywhere. Store
closes Sept 15th.
HOPPICKERS CALL AT KIRK'S U. S.
Army Store, cor. 7th and Oak (Merrill's
Cyclery). and provide yourselves with blan
kets, khaki suits, hats, underwear; etc., etc
These goods ar sold at but a fraction, of
what they cost the U. S. Govt A bargain,
awaits you here. Store closes Sept 15.
DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION AND FINISH
lng; no Interference with business: lessons,
rehearsals, evenings; company organizing:
opportunity for amateurs, professionals, a
MEN AND WOMEN. $60 PER MONTH
guaranteed; two to travel, $18 per week and
expenses. Call room 25 the Appleton. 714
N. 6th st, or address Jas. Tletera, General
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL ARTICLE
used In every household; liberal commission.
80 East 8th st North, near Everett
HOPPICKERS' BAGGAGE AND
equipage hauled at reduced rates.
6th. Phone Pacific 342.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PIANO PLAYER.
Addrera Miss Fannie Hall. 120 Bridge st.
Baker City. Or.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
HAVE RECENTLY COME TO PORTLAND
and want to stay here. Wish position as
eonfldential office man, bookkeeper or any
thing similar. Have had extensive banking
and commercial experience. Highest char
acter references. T 6. Oregonian.
MAN. 32 YEARS OF AGE. HOLDING AN
honorable discharge from the U. S. Army,
wishes position; holds noncommissioned of
ficer's warrants. Anxious, H 5, Oregonian.
MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN WANTS
work in drafting-room, or will do of flea
work; business college education. C 6, Ore
gonian. POSITION WANTED AS GROCERY CLERK
and meatcutter; 15 years experience. Phono
Main 1871, Oregon City.
WANTED POSITION BY BOOKKEEPER
with experience; highest references. Addrets
O 4, care Oregonian.
WANTED SITUATION. BY YOUNG MAN,
experienced In II. it. work; references. N 4,
EXPERIENCED OFFICE MAN DESIRES
position; permanent preferred. J 94, Ore
THREE JAPANESE-BOYS WANT SITUA-
tlons; one for hotel and restaurant cook, an
other hotel or saloon porter, and another
for cook for privato family, or any kind of
nork. G 2. Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also; all
kinds of help. Clay 613. 263 Everett st
YOUNG MAN ATTEND LNO BU3INES3 COL.
lege wants place to wont tor ooara ana
room. D 72. Oregonian.
HONEST JAPANESE BOY. WANTS Posi
tion as waiter and tame in xamuy. Jonn,
413 Alder st. cor. 11th.
JAPANESE BOY WISHES SITUATION TO
do cooking or nouseworn m larauy. j.
FAIR FRY COOK DESIRES POSITION IN
city; reasonable wages. Address M 6, Ore
JAPANESE GOOD BOY WANTS A SITUA
tlon as school boy. K 4. Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
AN A 1 STENOGRAPHER WISHES Posi
tion; 6 years' experience; references: can
take dictation on machine. L 3. Oregonian.
WANTED BY DRESSMAKER. FEW MORS
engagements oy the day. vh urana ave.
SITUATION" WANTED CAPABLE WOMAN,
chamberwork; refined middle-aged woman-,
housekeeper, widower. 230 YamhilL
WANTED A PLACE TO WORK FOR ROOM
and board by a echoolglrl; West Side pre
ferred. L 6, care Oregonian.
WOMAN WANTS WORK; 20 CENTS AN
hour; first-class laundry, or would. take light
work home. Call phone East 4262.
SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS
cook, or as housekeeper. X 5, Oregonian.
WANTED MINING STOCK SALESMEN
everywhere to sell mining stock "of merit.
Including two dividend-payers. J. C. Lee &
Co.. 337 State st. Salem. Or.
SOLICITOR. CAPABLE TAKING CHARGH
agencies for large bond & real estate corpora
tion. Index. 907 Kohl b!dg.. San Francisco.
AGENT WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR
tailor-made suits. Address R 6. Oregonian.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED BY SEPT. 15TH OR OCT lSTv
a 10 or 12-room bouse. West Side, good lo
cation; modern and have a yard. Phone
YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES ROOM AND
board in private Christian family; central
location; references exchanged. H 3, Ore
gonian. LARGE. SUNNY. AIRY ALCOVE ROOM OR
suite, with fireplace, for the Winter; refer
ences. Address X 4. Oregonian.
WANTED A MODERN UNFURNISHED 8
or 7-room house; permanent tenant; West
Side. Address V,73, Oregonian.
TWO ROOMS FURNISHED, YOUNG COU
ple. West Side; use of bath; give particu
lars.. Y 0, Oregoniaa .