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TH3 MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 14, 1905.
FILE LIBEL CHARGE
St, Johns Town Troubles Up
to District Attorney.
SEEKING AN INDICTMENT
Mayor King: and Councilman Peter
son Give Evidence Want Coun
cilman J. II. Black In
dicted on Libel.
The quarrol between residents of St.
Johns, Mayor King and members or .the
Council of that place regarding the grant
ing of a license for a saloon has reached
the District Attorney's ofilce, and Mr.
Manning is now investigating a charge
of criminal libel preferred by Mayor
King and Councilman Peterson against
Joseph H. Black. Mr. Black is alleged to
liave stated that Mayor King said if he
could got Councilman J. H. Shields to re
sign his seat the license for a saloon
would be granted. Blacky is further al
leged to have made the statement that
Mayor King said In the presence of oth
ers that a certain amount of money
would be given if Shields could be gotten
out of office, and this statement was said
to have been made in the presence of City
Recorder Hanks, and further that Coun
oilman Peterson had arranged to be a
silent partner with Tom Cochran in a
saloon If the license was secured.
Black is also alleged to have stated that
"Mr. Laggett asserted that these charges
were truo. Mayor King and Councilman
Peterson pronounce all these charges as
false, and want District Attorney Man
ning to Indict those guilty of circulating
IzAXD- TITLE MUCH CONFUSED
Daisy B. Knnpp Seeks Clearing of
To quiet title to two acres of land in
City View Park Addition, Daisy B. Knapp
has sued the Savings & Loan Society, of
San Francisco, in the State Circuit Court.
In her complaint, the plaintiff recites that
on November 29, 189C, the land was deeded
to her, Richard B. and Minnie Knapp, in
consideration of J5000, and by inadvertence
the boundary lines were Incorrectly des
cribed. This, she says, was corrected by
a second deed executed October 30, lSOO.
Mrs. Knapp further alleged that the
Savings & Loan Society, In 1S96, fore
closed a mortgage against Richard B.
Knapp for 51SG.48S, and the property men
tioned in the mortgage was sold for only
$174,&87, leaving a deficiency Judgment.
Taking advantage of the wrong descrip
tion in her deed for the two acres of
land, she avers the Savings & Loan So
ciety caused an execution to be levied
against it on the deficiency judgment
held against Richard B. Knapp, and bid
In the two acres for $50 at Shorlffs sale.
She subsequently redeemed the property,
but says the company still claims title
to it, and she asks the court to cancel
any such claim.
TOM WORD HELPED CAPTURE
His Information Led to. Arrest of
Bukcr City 'Suspects.
Sam Green and Pete Whitehead, who
nre wanted in Cheyenne, Roger Mills
County. Okla., for the murder of Sher
iff Bullard and Deputy Sheriff Cogburn,
in June, 1992, have been arrested at Baker
City, by Chief of Police Jackson, assisted
by Officers Boyd and Merrill and Deputy
Sheriff Snow. Sheriff Word and Deputy
Sheriffs Downey and GrussI had been
engaged in running xlown the fugitives
for some time past, "and information
given to the Baker City officers finally
led to the capture. A reward of $1000 is
out for the apprehension of the men.
Wants Damages for Injuries.
Richard H. Keogan says four of his ribs
were broken, his body badly bruised and
lils back, spine and internal organs in
jured in an accident at the University
Lumber & Shingle Mills, May S, 1903. and
he has sued the company for $10,000 dam
ages, In the State Circuit Court. Keogan
alleges that he was employed as night
watchman, and It was his duty to Inspect
the shlng'.e mill, dry kiln and platforms
connected therewith, and while in the
performance of his duties he alleges he
started to cross over a plank connecting
the platforms, when the plank slipped,
and he was precipitated 30 feet to some
Mary Williams Acquitted.
Mary Williams, a young colored woman,
who. Policeman H. Carlson , says, took
S1.S0 out of his pocket at 10 o'clock at
night on July 23, at Park and Glisan
streets, was tried and acquitted in Judge
Sears' Court yesterday.
DAILY METEROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Sopt. 13. Maximum tempera
ture. 04 dee.; minimum. 37. River reading
at 8 A. M.. 4.1 feet; change In past 24 hours,
rise. 0.5 of a foot. Total precipitation, 5
r. M. to 5 P. St.. 0.24 of an inch; total slnco
September 1. 05. 1.13 Inches; normal. 0.54
Inches; excess. 0.59 of an Inch. Total sun
shine September 12. 1005. none; possible, 12
Tnours ana 44 minutes. Barometer (reduced
to sea level) at S P. M., 30.20.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
5 le Wind. iu
S rr a .o
" 3 2. O -
STATIONS. up 2. n
3 a S S .
6 Q o
g ? : 3 :
Boise . . .
Knmloops, B. C.
Salt Lake City. .
Tatoosh Island. .
0.00124 N W
T 20 W
0.04; 4 NE
0.02' 4 NW
O.00I 4 N
T i OINW
0.01 . .SW
Daring the last 24 hours light to moderate
ly heavy rains have fallen In Western Ore
gon. Washington and Northern Idaho.
It if cooler In Southern Idaho and warmer
In Northern California and Southern Oregon.
The indications are for fair and warmer
weather in this district Thursday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
yours ending at midnight, September 14:
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer.
Oregon and Washington Fair, warmer,
except near the coast. Northwest winds.
Idaho Fair, warmer, except southeast
OLD GOLD. JEWELRT, BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged: .diamonds, precious stone,
loo pc and mounted; watches. Jewelry repaired.
Uncle Myers, vthe jeweler. 143 3d. near Alder.
$7500 BUYS 13 ACRES BEST-LOCATED
Addrcea T 12. care Ortgonla '
Fifth and Washington Streets
Reemt, fl.M to $3.M Per Dr
According to Location.
i. T. DAYIES, Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS V
European Plan Rooms 75c to $2.00 t '
First-Class, Restaurant In Connection
OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager
Front nd Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
Free 'bus to and
: Rates EnPnean 75c
"Booms," "Rooms and Board. "House
keeping Rooms," "Situations Wanted," IS
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," SO 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 TODAY (Ranee measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per
line tor each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan, and left at this
office, should always be Inclosed in sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required on such
letters. . .
The Oregonlan iriH not be responsible for
errors in advertisements token through the
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's. 413 Washington street, 10 A.
M.. by S. L. N. Gllinan. auctioneer.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
sL Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford. Auc-
At Baker's auetion-heuse. corner Alder and
Park strets. Sale at 10 o'clock. Geo. Baker
& Co.. auctioneers.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE D. O. K.
K. will be held Thursday evening. September
14. Members are requested to be present in
order to prepare for ceremonial at coming
Grand Lodge session.
ARBUTUS CIRCLE. 273. WILL GIVE A
whist social and dance at 10th and Washing
ton Saturday evening. Sept, 16th; rcfresbmeBts.
OREGON COMMANDERT. NO.
1, K. T. Stated conclave this eve
ning at 8 o'clock. Order of the
Temple. Visiting Sir Knights oour
W. S. MACRUM. Recorder.
MINNEHAHA TRIBE. NO. 2. IMP. O. R.
M. Regular meeting this (Thursday) evening
In Red Men's wigwam. No. l'OVj Second hL, at
8 o'clock. Great Sachem A. M. Cunning. J
California, will visit the tribe. AM Red Men
are Invited to be present.
R. M'LEOD. Saohora.
L. CARSTENSEN. Chief of 'Records.
DOWNING In thin city. September 13, 1005,
at the family residence, 3S2 itess st,, iua.om
Dewnlng, aged 55 years. Funeral notice
JOHNSON In thla city. September 13. 190S,
at his late residence, izs East Aw s.,
Mathias Johnson, aged 73 years. Funeral
MAYER In this city. September 13. 1005. at
her late residence, North lmn si., Elisa
beth Mayer, wife of the late Louln Mayer,
aged 71 years, 0 months and 28 days. The
funeral services will be held at the above
residence at 10:30 A. M.. Friday. September
15. Interment Vancouver, Waeh.
ROBINSON In this city. Sept. 13. 1X5. at
the family residence. x. jam amny
C. Robinson, aged SS years, beloved wife of
W. B. RoWnfon. Friend are respectfully ln
vlted to attend the funeral services which
will be held at Holman' chapel, comer 3d
and Salmon M., Friday. September 15. 1095,
at 2 P. M. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUNNING, M'ENTEE & GILBAUGIL Suc-
cefthors to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and cmbalmers; modern in every detail; 7th
and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Undertakers and
cmbalmers. have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. FINLEY & SON. Funeral Directors.
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady nsslstant. Telephone No. 9.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. Undertakers. Em
balmers, 273 Russell; East 1088. Lady ass't.
The Title Guarantee
6 Trust Co.
PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
RECEIVES ' DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO
Banking hours 9 A, M. to 4 P. M.
Saturdays 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Saturday evenings 5 to 8 o'clock
240 WASHINGTON STREET
FACTORY SITE CLOSE IN
Frontage on Willamette River and the
Macadam Koaa. boutnern Pacific Hallway
runs through it near the center. Very de
sirable and about the last site left In that
part of the city. For price and terms call
on or address T. T. Struble. 250 Main street.
For Sale Quarter or half-block on North
13th at. Very desirable. R. M. Wilbur, 308
Flrst-Cltus Check Restaurant
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Xrea.
from all trains
to $3.00 Per Day :
C. EtWc rmidiJl
Morrison Street between Cth and 7th.
Phone Main 805.
SPECIAL-PRICE MATINEE TODAY
At 2:20 o'ClOCk.
TONIGHT AT S:20.
Friday and Saturday Nights Spcclal-Priee
The Cabbage Patch
THE HIT OF THE SEASON.
PRICES 25c, 35c, 30c. 75c. $1 and $1-50.
Seats Now Selling for the Entire Week.
Marquam Grand Theater
SALE SEATS TOMORROW.
WEEK MONDAY, SEPT. 18.
Wednesday Matinees Saturday.
FIRST MUSICAL-COMEDY EVENT OF
00 COMPANY GO
See and Hear the Latest New York Song
The Whole Bam Family
PRICES Evenings: 25c. 35c. 50c, 75c. 1 and
41.50. Matinees. 25c. 35c, 50c. 75c and 51.
14th and Wash. Belasco & Mayor. Props.
16TH WEEK BELASCO STOCK CO.
TONIGHT 8:15 ALL WEEK
J U D A H
HENRY ARTHUR JONES' GREAT PLAY.
Elaborate Production Fine Caet.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
PRr"T7C Nlght-25c. 3c e aad 75c
1 '-'-'Matfnees 25c. 5c and 59c
NEXT WEEK "Captain Jinks, of the Horse
,3d and Yamhill
Phone Main 1M7.
OREGON THEATER CO.. LESSEE.
GEO. L BAKER. MANAGER.
THE HOME OF BURLESQUE.
NO PERFORMANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
Today and Saturday Matinees, Whallea z
Extravaganza Company. lntreduelnc the
Life. Merriment and Muste.
Evening. 75c 50c 35c. 25e: xn&tlaees. 5e.
NEXT WEEK "The Merrymakers,"
THE POPULAR THEATER.
LAST TIME TONIGHT
CHAS. A. TAYLOR COMPANY IN
"Queen of the Highway"
A startling picture of life In the Wild West.
EvenlngAj5c, 25c. 35c, 50c; matinees, 18c,
15c. 25c. n
NEXT WEEK, starting Sunday matinee,
CLANCY AND SWARTZ.
THE GREAT MA JUNE.
ROY M 'It RAIN.
General admission 10c; reserved seatA ea
lower floor 20c Dally matinees, entire lower
floor 10c. box teats 25c
THE FOUR ELLXNGSWORTHS.
THE BUSCHE FAMILY.
BROOKS AND BROOKS.
General admission 10c; reserved seats e-a
lower floor 20c Daily matinees, entire lower
floor 10c box teat 25c
Butter 1 Butter!
Prices. . Prices.
Best creamery 55 -00c 65 -70c
Dairy butter -10c
Ranch eggs 22H-26c S0c
Best rugar-cured bams... 14c 16c
Breakfast bacon 15c 18c
Best of tea. lb 39c 50-75c
Lard. 5 -lb. pall 45 -55c 5S-G3c
Chickens lCc and 17c
All Goods Retailed at Wholesale Prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
264 Yamhill Street
3IS Worcester Block
General practice. InTestlgaUons.
Estate work. Special and periodical audita.
Phone Clay 226.
LOUIS H? BOLL
PIANO STUDIO NOW OPEN FOR PUPIXS.
Parlors 0 and 10. 342& Washington st.
JTOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
GOOD-PAYING PROPERTY ON FRONT ST.;
will sell reasonahjc Answer 173 Ford st,;
A NEATLY FURNISHED 4. ROOM HOUSE
for ealo cheap. Call at S34 East Slh North.
A NEATLY FINISHED1 4-ROOM HOUSE FOR
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
ON COWLITZ PRAIRIE. 79 ACRES. ALL
under cultivation;, buildings; good orchard;
good water; flne location; lj miles from
Toledo boat landing; flne large prairie. -Also
162 acres on the prairie; living water
on the place; flne stock ranch; 50 acres
can be Irrigated from springs; 125 acres un
der cultivation, balance pasture; large hocsef
2 barns. This Is a fine large prairie, the
beet of water; good places for two families;
rlll sell cheap. Address A. Mntrie. Win
lock. Lewis County. "VVasa.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Seme acre with terms as low as 410 per
month with -water. A. C Churchill & Co.
Inc." 110 2d it.
C40 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE H0 IN
cultivation, balance bunchgra&s, some Um
ber; abundance of water; good house and
barn; young orchard; all well fenced; for sale
very cheap; situated In Wheeler Co., Oregon.
E. B. Smith. Ponland. Or., care North Pa
HOUSE 10 ROOMS; NEW AND ABSO
lutely up to date; elegantly finished
throughout; situated on two lots, is tnit
portion of West Side, Any one desiring an
Al home will do well to investigate. Phcne
owner. Main 5S5. or call 109 Sherlock bldg.
11750 CASH DOWN AND 150 MONTHLY
thereafter buys you the handsomest 9-room
hotws on Willamette Heights; new, modern
and a beauty; unobstructed view. L.
Whiting & Co.. 40S AWngton bldg.
10 ACRES UNIMPROVED CITY PROPERTY
oa electric line near St, Johne; choice tract
at low figure; no better investment: J1000
eash and balance on time. Owner. 240 5th
60x100 AND 2-STORY DOUBLE HOUSE.
ancouver ae.. rent for $23 monthly; price
2350; cash 31500. balance terms to suit. J.
V. Creighton 4; Co.. 1G5H Third at.
J0SO0-STORE AND HOUSES ON NORTH
Tenth sc. close in; Income nearly 31000
yearly; property booming all around It, L.
W. Whiting & Co.. 408 Ablngtoa bldg.
BEST INVESTMENT IN CITY-PS RESI
dence lots, centrally located, offered for 25
per cent less than surrounding property la
tolling for. Inquire 216 Fcnton bldg.
J3000 CASH. BALANCE J2000 ON LONG
time and 6 per cent will buy a flne 10-room
house In Irvingtoa; beautiful location. 2 car
lines. 445 Sherlock bldg.
$fl00 20TH ST., TWO 2-STORY HOUSES,
attic, gas and. electric fixtures; rents $70;
equals 14 per cent Interest, E 13, Ore
gonlan. SELLWOOD LOTS. $3.00 DOWN AND $5.00
a month; from $75.00 to $200.00. Seliwood
Tewaslte Co. Pbo?e Union 149L
FOR SALE-NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveniences; price reasonable. In
quire owner. 731 E. Ash st.
3 MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES UNDER CON-f-tructlon.
easy terms; $1000. Hatfleld &
Smith. 1C5H 4th st.
ACREAGE NEAR CAK LINE. S MILE3
from MonUoa sr. bridge. C K. Ballard,
5-ROOM COTTAGE. NEAR HAWTHORNE
Park; $1509. Hatfleld Smfth. lGoVj 4th st.
$430-21 LOTS (25x100 EACH). NEAR WOOD
tewn; sacrifice for cash. 118 Ablngtoa bldg.
$000 FOR 2 LOTS IN ALBINA: WALKINO
dieUaee. PaeiSc T. & A. Co.. 27 W. 1st at.
Houses built an easy payments: lots furniehed
If desired. 012 Commercial bldg. Main 1040.
COOD HOUSE AND LOT. 533 BEACH ST.,
corner 12th. Inquire at premise.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
HOO-HOOS. ATTENTION WATERPOWER
sawmill, large capacity, and many thoueand
acres flae timber, needs more working capi
tal; capable of big development to any sizo
desired. Townsend, Maxwell & Will. SOU
TIMBER FOR SALE 160 ACRES FIRST
clese epruce and cedar; Pacific County;
mite from tidewater; tributary Columbia
River. Karl Johnson. 1253 Franklin avc,
FOR SALE U -SECTION OF TIMBER
land. Columbia County; township 4. north
range. G 17. care Oregonlan.
CHEAP LANDS. TIMBER AND GRAZING.
Call or addreee B 510. Chamber Commerce.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR WEST
Side property, we hare the buyers. We
waat bu Unes property, modern residences
and good building lots from $2000 up.
F. O. Northrup & Co., 211 Commercial blk.
I WANT FROM 5 TO 20 ACRES WITHIN
about aa hour's distance from city; must be
a bargain. W IP. Orrgonlan.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE F1HE 351-ACRE . VALLEY
farm, about 200 acres bottom land, about
160 la cultivation, balance nearly level, part
ly cleared and In grass; good bulldinrrs.
fences aad orchard: come beaverdam: about
-1500 cords flr and ash Umber; electric light
ana teiepnone: close to rail, churches and
ecbooU; 26 miles to Portland; $45 per acre,
or will oell part; terms. B 75. Oregonlan.
EXCEPTIONALLY F1NE COM PLETE FARM
55 acre, level land. In cultivation. 700
Winter apples, modern improvements, elec
tric car. tine roada all year; S mllea east of
Portland: growing crop, chickens stock and
implements; flne water and pined; more
acreage adjoining if wanted. 227 Front t.
720 ACRES AT $20 ON ROGUE RIVER. 400
acres la high state of cultivation; $7000;
Meal improvements; has commercial aad
elal advaatagea; on railroad and electric
power Una; a lovely place and home; ideal
for i-mall tract. Addmu W. N. Ruble. 731
1 OA-sere farm, large out range, fair Improve
ments, adjoining 160 acres Government land,
well watered, ace Leppert. 110 Second st.
FINE FARM. 12 MILES FROM PORTLAND;
great bargain. Inquire afternoons 1 to 4,
412 2d st.
WANTED TO TRADE A ROOMING-HOUSE
on Morrison and West Park ets. for one in
vicinity of Couch and Sth. F. W. Lambert,
German Grill, 5th and Couch.
TO EXCHANGE TEN ACRES OF UNIM
preved land. 4H miles east of Oregon City,
for a No. 1 driving or delivery horse. Ad
dre M 17, Oreroniaa.
TO EXCHANGE FINE HOME ATEVANS
Tllle, Wisconsin, or a patent right, or both
for property in or near Portland. Wm. M.
Ross, Creaham. Or.
RESTAURANT. WELD LOCATED, DOING
$59 dally for city or suburban property,
$1400. J. V. Creighton &. Co.. 163.i Third at.
50x100 AND 7-P.OOM HOUSE. WOODSTOCK,
lor grocery rtore; about $2500. J. V.
Crelgtttoa & Co.. 1C5H Third sL
WILL EXCHANGE GROCERY STORE FOR
rooiaiag-Bou-e or city property, call 317 Fen
ton bldg. S4 6th st.
LAND NEAR SALEM TO EXCHANGE FOR
Portland property. Hatfleld & Smith. 1053
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 3 ACRES ON
St. Johns line. Owner.' 3C0 Benton at.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
FOR 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. CUARJLV
teed, mineral lands tilled, public land prac
tice, uxuns Lana Co.. stearo meg.
Horses, Yeblckles, Etc
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE
hlctes by the day. week or month: harness.
saddles and 200 new and second-hand rigs
for sale or exenange. xomiinson it Caul
day. 211 Washington st.
ONE 1400-POUND HORSE. TRUE AND
gentle, price $50; also one blooded colt.
will make flne roadster. 247 1st st.
HORSES. WAGONS. TRUCKS AND ALL
kinds of vehicles and harness for sale or
rent, Hubert & Hall. 2C0 4th st.
NEW BAILEY BUGGY. RUBBER TIRES.
perfect condition; fast roadster. Apply
james Joyous, m union ave.
NEW PLATFORM SPRING WAGON. !flo
Apply blacksmith shop. 371 N. 17th.. bet.
savier ana -rnurman.
LIGHT BUGGY AND HARNESS. SEEN AT
farmer btanie, Front ana Columbia sta.:
FOR SALE CHEAP HORSE AND EXPRESS
-wagon. At ulh at, l. Warner.
BARGAINS. ' '
Khaki suits 11.30. the best clothing for the
money In America; Springfield rifles 32.75,
cost the U. S. Govt. $18. eh 00 1 either shot
cr ball cartridges; thla U the best all-round
gun In the world. Buy now, aa eale closes
U. S. ARMY GUN STORE.
Cor. 7th and Oak sts.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastic 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. NaUonal Mastic Roofing
Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
SEWING MACHINES FOR THE COMING
week only, we will sell at greatly reduced
prices, best drop-head Sterling, $20; a few
Standards, slightly used. $15; second-hand.
$3.50 and up. H. D. Jones. 250 Yamhill, cor.
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. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
10 3d st.
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 front under hood, wheel steering.
Call 7S3 Northrup sr. Phone Bgpnt 874.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
10 tons' carrying capacity; 24-horsepower
engine; will sell cheap. P 12. Oregonlan.
GINSENG. ITS A MONEY-MAKER PLANT
now; price list for seed and plants on appll
cation. B. W. Klbler. Tacoma. Wash.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT RIGHTS
for Washington, Oregon. California, can bo
seen at Fair grounds. R 64. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN COMPLETE
set Unners tools and machines. Address
Box 137. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE 12-H. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine; Al condition and a bargain. 324
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY FURNITURE:
none like it west 01 isew ioric city. 033
FOR SALE TICKET TO NEW YORK:
male, young, medium height. Room 4. S2H
STOCK FOR SALE VERY CHEAP IN AL-
bert Bros. Milling Co. G 20. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. 324 CHAM-
ber of Commerce, or phone Main 23C3.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. $3 PER
month. J. E. Huxley, sz 4th at.
FOR SALE 2 pointer pups. 4 months old.
call at 4u a. lutn. iiain.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED SUCCESSFUL LIFE INSURANCE
solicitor- a district managers for Oregon
and Washington; cheapest, plainest and best
contract sold; references. W 20, Oregonlas.
MEN and women to learn watcbmkg. en
graving. Jewelers wk; only prae. school ror
jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School. P. L bldg.. Seattle.
WANTED BOX-FACTORY FOREMAN; Ex
perienced working foreman for box factory:
output one car day; reliable, good habits;
give references. L IS. Oregonlan.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send for particulars.
Presa Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y. .
BOY FOR WHOLESALE HOUSE; GOOD
penman; 1 grocery delivery; 1 apprentice to
day; other openings. Clerks Registration Bu
reau. 265 Morrison St.
FRENCH DINNER CHEF, $100; COOKS,
waiters, pot. dishwashers, colored bellboy;
mill, yard help, $2.25, city; cooks. Drake,
205 H Washington.
COMPETENT OPERATORS. EXPERIENCED
In railroad station worx, for in and around
Chicago; state age and experience. Address
H 03. Oregonlan.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO TRY OUR
wines; 5 cents a glacs. National i lne Co..
the Quality Store. 5tb and Stark. Phone
WANTED TWO MORE MEN CAPABLE OF
earning at least $25 per week. Apply 63
Chamber of Commerce In evening. 7:30 to
Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
terms. Glilman's College, 627 Clay st,. S. F.
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES.
ecoad'haad trunks, blanket?; highest price
paid. SO 3d. near Pine. Phone Pacific 46.
$75 permanent salary and expenses paid, relia
ble men. outsiae 01 me city; pieaean. worx.
H. Henker, room 5. 127H 7th. Portland. Or.
California wine depot; headquarters bakers.
cooks, waiters, uanenaers. ah wines sc
per glara. P. Loratl. 143 4th. Clay 1503.
ADVERTISING HUSTLER TO SOLICIT AD-
vertleing. Oddfellows publication: must have
experience. 633 Chamber of Commerce.
OFFICE BOY, 14 TO" 16 YEAR3 OF AGE.
must be energetic and studious. Address
la own handwriting. F 19, Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write, 007 McKay bldg.
WANTED BARBER SHOP; STATE LOW
eat cash price; full description: number of
chairs; In town. T 20, Oregonlan.
THREE BUTCHERS WANTEDMUST UN
derstand the bueinese. National Market, cor.
Grand ave. and East BurnMde.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPH OPERATOR
and retouchers; flrst-ciass woricmen oniy.
Lucerne Studio. Dekum bldg.
SHIPPING CLERK IN WHOLESALE SHOE
bouee, hustling young roan, experienced; ref
erences required. 32 Front nt.
3 HOUSE CARPENTERS. $3, R. R. DEPOT
work, free fare; 4 bridge carpenters; $3.
free fare. 26 North 2d st.
ANY PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE OUR SAM
ples; SIS weekly; steady. Mgr. "Empire," 4
Well at.. Chicago. 111.
ROCKMEN WANTED AT BUNKER HILL
quarry. Take boat to Stella. Wash. J. W.
Sweeney. Stella. Wash.
WANTED BOY. NOT OVER 16; CALL
Western Electric Exhibit, at Fair grounds,
Friday, bet. 10 and 11.
WANT 3 SHEET-METAL WORKERS. $4 A
day; union men. W. G. McPherson & Co..
19th and WIUon st.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN ME
chanlcal draughUng during leisure hours.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GROCERY AND
delivery man; best of references required. M
WANTED SAILORS FOR MANILA ' AND
Australia. Apply at Sailors Home. cor. 2d
and Gllian sts.
TAILOR WANTED AT ONCE AN BXPERI
enced pantcflnlsher. 2S2 Yamhill st- Phone
FIRST-CLASS BROILER AND LUNCHMAN.
Addrees G. M. Campbell. 320 James sc. Se
A GOOD ADVERTISING SOLICITOR ON
special edition of established paper. Call at
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER; SALARY
to right party. The Western Lady. 147
WANTED NIGHT CREW, WASHER AND
wringer men. Grand Laundry. 17th and
SCHOOL BOYS TO CARRY MORNING PA-
pers. Apply Oregonlan office. 12 to I today.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO DO COLLECT
lng and learn office work. Q 17. Oregonlan.
A GOOD OPENING FOR A REAL ESTATE
hustler. Inquire 2214 Morrison st.. room 1.
WANTED A BOY OF SOME EXPERIENCE.
Apply Lewla-Stenger Barbers' Supply Co.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. CO UN
try; big wages. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPH PRINTER FOR
arista. Lucerne studio, u tic urn oicg.
TWO BOS TO WORK IN STORE AND DE
llver parcels. Apply 171 3d st.
WANTED ELEVATOR BOY. APPLY BUT
ler Schutx Co.. 311 Stark sL
WANTED WAITER. HOTEL DEUTSCHES
house. 424 6th st,
W ANTED BOY ABOUT 18 IN PACKING-
room. 206 Davis.
MEN TO WORK ON FARM. INQUtRl 323
HELP WANTED MALE.
1000 MEN WANTED.
Call at Kirk's Army Goods Store, cor. 7th
and Oak sts. Khaki aulta only $1.30. the
best wearing clothes for the worklngman. U.
S. Springfield riflee $2.75. coat the Govern
ment $10, the best all-round gun In the
world: can use shot or ball cartridges: am
munition for these guns can be bought at
all gun stores. Remember sale closet next
MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO LEARN
plumbing trade; great demand tor grad
uates $4-$5 day; many complete course two
months; graduates admitted to union and
Master Plumbers' Association. Coyne Bros.
Co. Plumbing School. New York. Cincin
nati and St, Louis. (Day and night class.)
Tor free catalogue address 230 10th, ave..
FOR 100 HOP-PICKERS.
Picking will last from 15 to 20 days: good
boarding-house, good accommodations and
one of the very bestVards In the state. For
further particulars call and see T. B. Jones
at Andrew Kan's store. No. 2S7 Morrison at.
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men. between the ages of 21 and
S3, citizens of United Sta ten, 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.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCE3SFULY
treated; discharges positively cured In from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; (end for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute, 3d and Alder
sts.. entrance 253 Alder St., Portland.
DRAMATIC AMATEURS. MUST BE CLEVER.
uueniea. gooa appearance; win receive act
ual stage experience, expenses paid; guar
anteed professional engagement when pro
ficient. M 10, Oregonlan.
MAN WANTED TO DO PRESSING IN
tailor repairing chop. 2314 Alder st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHILD
and help with second work: references re
quired. Call mornings, 145 North 22d at.
FIRST - CLASS MILLINERY TRIMMER;
none other need apply; references required.
.The Silverfleld Co.. 4th and Morrison.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. PIANIST. LADY
or gentleman; salary $25 weekly; long en
gagement. Room 12. 3313 Morrison.
W ANTED GERMAN GIRL IN A GERMAN
family to aw 1st In general housework. 574
E. Taylor st. Phone East 2005.
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Call forenoon 23 East 15th st.
South; Ankeny or Pine-at, cars.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
1434 Washington st-, cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phone Main 2632.
WANTED-GIRL TO ASSIST WITH CHIL
dren: good wages. 367 Marguerite ave; take
O. W. P. Co. Mt, Tabor car.
GIRLS WANTED FOR ALL KINDS OF
work at the Aldon Candy Factory. 10th and
Gliisan. Phone Main 1073.
RELIABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at Baker City; family 2. Call between
7 and 8 P. M.. 212 7th st.
A POSITIVE. THOROUGH BUSINESS WOM
an to take charge of a business outside of
the city. K 2. Oregonlan.
"P1T n I T? T . vnp rnvvrrTTnvmv ti-ttw
or without experience. Clerks' Registration
iiureau. aiorrison st.
WANTED GIRLS TO SEW ON FURS; ALSO
experienced rur-nnisners. biiverneld & Co.,
4th and Morrison sts.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In family of three; good pay. Call, at
-155 Williams ave.
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE WANTS Ex
perienced sewers for their cloak department
WANTED EXPERIENCED IRONERS; BEST
wages: electric irons. opera-House Laundry.
332 Alder st. . v
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
at Watson's Restaurant, 100 4th sc.; wages
$10 per weex.
WANTED NEAT WOMAN FOR HOUSE-
keeper In email family. Apply mornings at
175 X. 17th.
TWO EXPERIENCED SALESGIRLS FOR
fancy goods, hosiery and underwear. Apply
171 3d st.
DR. AUSPLUND. DISEASES OF WOMEN
and surgery, sun AiisKy oldg.. cor. 3d and
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO. DO HOL'SE-
work in small family; good wages. 4614
GIRL FOR COOKING AND GENERAL
housework; good wages. JApply 715 Flanders,
LADY TEACHERS WANTED AT CHINESE
Christian Mission. 227 2d at. Apply to 243
WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work.' family of three. Call morning, 21 N.
WANTED GIRLS TO WAIT IN CANDY
factory. Pacific Coast Biscuit Co.. 12th and
NURSE GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT UP
stalrs work and care of 4-year-old child. 561
WANTED GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK;
must have good reference. Phone Main
WANTED FIRST.CLASS ORDER TRIM
mer. Apply J. S. Graham. Seattle, Wash.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHAMBER
mald. Apply 214 N. 3d st-. after 10 A. M.
WANT DISHWASHER. GOOD WAGES; PRI
vate boarding-house. 874 Savier. Main 5030.
GIRL TO HELP WITH HOUSEWORK AND
go to school. E. R. Fortney. 6S5 E. Belmont,
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 713 Lovejoy. N. E. cor. 22d.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and assist In cooking. Apply 225 10th.
WANTED-A COOK AND HOUSEMAID.
Call at 617 Kearney st. Phone Pacific 314.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES WANTED
In Fair grounds. Apply 267 Washington.
WANTED NIGHT CREW OF MANGLE
girls. Grand Laundry. 17th and Qulmby.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES, $8
a week. At the Bristol, 4 SO Washington.
TEN GIRLS WANTED AT DRESSMAKING
school. Call 2714 Morrison St.. room 6.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
business woman. Room 3, 113 2d et-
WANTED GIRL TO COOK AND GENERAL
housework. Call mornings, 46 Ella st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS ORDER TRIMMER.
Apply J. S. Graham, Seattle, Wash.
WANTED A GOOD COOK; MUST HAVE
good reference. Phone Main 2341.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS VE3TMAKERS.
NIcolh the Tailor. 108 Third st.
RELIABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good home. 393 11th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIST. SKIRT
and sleeve hand. 141 13th st.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Phone East 243.
WANTED 50 GIRLS TO MAKE SHIRTS AT
Fltx-Well Factory, 75 1st st.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND CARS
of children, mh a. Join st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 107 N. 16tb st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 43 E. 15th St.. South.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
at the Norton. 163 12th st.
"WANTED G IRKS FOR FACTORY WORK.
Call 243 Ash st,. upstairs.
A GIRL TO WAIT ON THE TABLE. BAU
mann Hotel. 412 N. 18th. T
WANTED GIRL TO FILL AND LABEL
epice cans, -tt front at.
GIRL WANTED THREE IN FAMILY. IN-
qulre 447 west Farx.
WANTED GOOD PLAIN COOK, TWO IN
family, b.- jonnson st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. IN
quire at 130 East 19th.
GIRL TO ASSIST IX GENERAL HOUSE
work. 723 Glisan.
A WOMAN DISHWASHER WANTED AT
504 North 6th sr.
WANTED A WOMAN DISHWASHER. 208
I BOY WITH WHEEL. 347 WASHINGTON ST.
CHAMBERMAID WANTEDS. 53 N. 18th.
HELP WANTirD FEMALE.
HANSEN'S FEMALE DEPARTMENT.
2 cooks. $50 apiece; 2 chambermaids, .oca.
$35. one $30. call early; pressor In dyehouse,'
$1.25 to $1.50 day; nurseglrl, care 1 child;
In hotel, city.
5 waitresses, same place, city, $30. room
and board; 1 pantry,woman, $6 week; sec-,
ond girls, $20. $25; 1 girls understanding
electrical machine eewing; plenty housework,
places. Call and oee
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY.
3434 Washington st,. corner 7th. upstairs.
A YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WHO
can assist in keeping books; must be able to
write neat and legible and be correct in fig
ures. Address In own handwriting. Q 10. Ore
gonlan. A LADIES ORCHESTRA, ONE YEAR'S
contract, aramatic people, an excellent prop
osition;, also wlrih to purchase a good pic
ture machine. Apply McNIffe, 310 .Allsky
WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER,
alls and shirts; Instructions given to Inex
perienced. Apply Neustadter Bros.. Standard
Factory No. 2, corner East Taylor and Grand
WAITRESSES. EXPOSITION, CIYY; OUT;
cnamDermaias. hop-plcKers. waiters, house
work, cooks, negroes, dishwashers, farm
hands. Drake, 2034 Washington.
WANTED A GIRL WHO THOROUGHLY
understands cooking: references required;
second girl kcflt. Apply at S35- Lovejoy st,
Mrs. W. J. Van Schuyver.
DOMESTICS. COOKS, WAITRESSES. CHAM
bermalda. etc; city. Coast, Fair and coun
try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors. 2264
Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED
woman as housekeeper, widower with chil
dren, country. 2304 Yamhill. Phone Main
GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED GENERAL
housework; easy place all Winter; board
and room; $15 per month, 343 Morrison st.
CAPABLE. TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN TO
take management with Vlavl Company, lady
physician preferred. Lewis bldg., room 23.
W ANTED BOOKKEEPER AND STENOG
rapher. experienced, preferred; one willing to
learn the optical business. R 19. Oregonlan.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St,
Louis Agency, 2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRE
eentatlves In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND CARE
of children. 368 E. 15th st-. North.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
and cooking. 600 Flanders st-
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
200 PICKERS TO PICK 624 ACRES HOPS;
all desired acommodatlons; grocery, bakery,
restaurant, butcher shop; beautiful camp
grounds; dance hall, pure mountain water,
etc.; reduced excursion rates. Apply room 441
Sherlock bldg., 3d and Oak. Krebs Bros.
LODGE DRAMATIC COMMITTEE WANTS
amateurs who have had some experience;
rehearsals evenings; no, Interference with
business; opportunity fcr experience; give
full particulars. N 20, Oregonlan.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY LADY OR GEN
tleman to represent an old reliable house on
salary of $15 to $20 per week. Address room
17. 2914 Alder st.
SALESMEN FOR EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
Fine underwear and seamless hosiery; fine
opening for bright men and womeiu 311
WANTED MAN AND WIFE, WIFE TO
cook, husband to work on logs. 7 to 10 men.
"J. A. Buckley, 738 Chamber Commerce.
DRAMATIC PEOPLE WANTED CHANCE
for amateurs; give first particulars In flrst
letter. V 17. Oregonlan.
WANTED A TEACHER TO GIVE ENGLISH
leesons. who also understands German. In
quire 331 Davis.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN WITH GOOD KNOWLEDGE
about chemistry and 24 years' experience as'
bookkeeper and clerk wants position; will
begin with a small salary; No. 1 referenceSi
Address H 17. Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS CITY SALESMAN
by a young man who can eell goods; welt
acquainted with city and experienced: best
references. X 19, Oregonlan.
BOOKKEEPER. EXPERIENCED: BEST OF
references. Add ret a R IS. Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
position In private family In city or coun.
try; speaks English; has beat references;
wages $30 and up. S 20. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION WITH
reliable law Arm to, study law; experience in
office work: best reference. L 20. Oregonlan.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN A POSITION
on a small newspaper to learn the business;
references; $100 to invest, D 20 Oregonlan.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also; all
kinds of help. Clay 013. 26S Everett sr.
WANTED A POSITION TO LEARN SOME
thing about electricity; willing to work for
email wages. Address 54 7th sr., city.
JAPANESE WANTS JOB AS BELL ATTEN
der. Janitor or In general housework. H. R.
Yuhl. 245 Couch. Phone Main 5259.
WORKINGMAN WANTS FURNISHED ROOM
permanent; state privileges and price per
month. Address O 20. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WANTS SITUA
tkm aa porter work at drug, cigar store or
office. O 18. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING BUSINESS COL.
lege wants place to work for board and
room. D 72. Oregonlan.
BOY WORKING IN THE DAY WISHES
some kind of work evenings; small pay. X
STRONG GERMAN MAN WANTS ANX
kind of work; handy with team. X 18. Ore
gonlan. A GOOD JAPANESE WANTS A POSITION
as porter in bar. Kahara. 40 Flrt sr.. X.,
MAN AND WIFE WANT WORK IX FAMILY
or day work. 307 Couch. J. B. Barbour. .
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
of schoolboy. Klyooka. 48 N. 1st st.
LIVE. HUSTLING YOUNG MAN WANTS
permanent position. A 20. Oregonlan.
POSITION AS GAS ENGINEER. MARINE
or stationary. E 20. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS TO WORK AND
go to school. M 18, Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
girl as cook or housework: no washing;
wages no less than $30. Address 329 Lar
MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN WOMAN WANT3
place for housework: neat and clean: good
home. Call 014 Grand ave.. or phone Scott
SITUATION WANTED CAPABLE MIDDLE
aged woman, housekeeper In small homelike
family. 2304 Yamhill. Phone Main 5413.
COMPETENT HOUSEKEEPER WANTS A
place, rooming-house or hotel; reference, s
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE
few more engagements uy day. Phono Main
JAPAN-RUSSIA WAR. . COMPLETE OFFI
cial history; bonanza for canvassers; extra
terms; outfit free: general agents wanted on
salary. Zlegler Co., Philadelphia,
WANTED LIVE PHOTO AND PORTRAIT
hustler; a snap. 801 Dekum bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED 2 OR 3 FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms central; state location and
price. V 20, Oregonlan.
WANTED GOOD ROOM AND BOARD FOR
young man; private family preferred. Ad
dress O 17. Oregonlan.
WANTED 5 TO 6-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN,
West Side. State price and location. T 18.
5 TO 7-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. FULL
lot. West Side; privilege buying. O 19. Ore
TWO ROOMS AND BOARD. WEST SIDE J
muet be reasonable. K. 20. Oregonlan