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THE SUNDAY OBEGONIAIS, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 4,1900.
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- GENERAL TORRES KILLED.
Said to Have Fallen in a Battle Willi
YaHla In Bacatcte Mountains.
CHICAGO, -Feb. 3. A special to the
Trifewse from Bisbee, Ariz., says:
A dispatch -was received here last-night
from Qu&ym&s, conveying news that Gen
oral Lorenzo Torres, commander of the
Maclean forces in the Yaqui war, had been
kitted hi the Bacatete mountains. The
report is lacking in detail and has not
beon confirmed. Advices are also received
that a. battle was fought between the
Yaoris and Mexicans January 27, the
Mexicans then being under the command
e General Tor res.
The fighting occurred on the Guaymas
aooert, SI miles east of Guaymas. The
Yaqrie withdrew and were not pursued.
The number engaged was 2000 on the Mex
ican, and 3089 on the Yaqui side. Nine
Yaftttie, 81 Indian women, and 26 Indian
otafMren were taken captive by the Mex
icans. General Torres lost S3 lcilled, 210
wounded and 96 missing, while the Yaqui
loos ie put at 90 killed and wounded. The
Xafcuie still hold the mouth of the Yaqui
84 the line of steamers between the
river and Guaymas is not in operation.
Soata Teresa, who is with the Yaquis at
that point, has with her 3000 fully equipped
The Guaymas desert, in which General
Uorree repulsed the Yaquis, is 25 miles
wMte, Us western limit being within 25
ntlee of Guaymas. The desert consists
mostly of boulders. There is no sand,
no vegetation or water, and this is the
only time in the year when the desert
-can be crossed with safety, owing to the
ftoroe heat. It Is impossible to make prog
ress by horseback on It, owing to the
The Yaquis, who expected to cross the
desert before the Mexicans got a start,
ad then fall on Guaymas, were handi
capped by their horses and did not get
far before the moon rose. The Mexicans
wore on the desert before the Yaquis had
gone eight miles across it. The Mexicans
made good progress, as they had no
horses to lead, coming up with the Yaquis
in the middle of the desert, where the
.battle 'was fought at 8 o"'crock in the
morning of January 27. The Yaquis, un
der Tenebaato, stood their ground by pre
senting a regular front, extending from
boulder to boulder, and placing parties on
the projections. The horses were kept in
.& bunch away from the fire.
The Mexicans suffered heavily while
advancing upon the Yaquis, and then came
a hand-to-hand fight, for which the Mex
ioans were better equipped than their
enemies. The conflict lasted three hours.
The horses of the Yaquis stampeded, but
the Indians fought on. The Yaquis worked
.around the Mexicans, then withdrew and
started back toward the Bacatete moun
tains. At Guaymas the Mexicans are ex
pected to return to the Bacatete moun
tains, after a rest.
If the Yaquis had succeeded in crossing
the desert, Guaymas would have been
at their mercy. Four hours delay saved
the town. The Yaqui junta here is said
to be maneuvering for the issue of bonds.
"Members of the provincial government be
botteve that an issue of 2,009,000 would be
successful in the United S fates and So
The Yaqui trouble has gone so far that
"nqul" buttons have appeared. These
buttons contain American colors, with
the worths, "Yaqui Must Live," in Spanish,
printed on them. American colors are
used beoause the rebels have no flag.
C Frankontfeal. NY ICG Jacobs, Oregon Cj
R W Hoffman. NY IM Abrams, San Fran
J X Derntager, Mid- iW A Cobb. San Fran
ntuthwn. Conn I Arthur J Helnenan. do
J P Carr, Dubuque IChas Srtber. St Louis
W B Lamias. Denver J A Bennett, St Joe
S Fro. Chicago Q Llrdgreen, St Paul
Monry Doyle. Vane. BOCA Bell. La Grande
30IMN. D Josph.AthoVLC C Hampton. Marysvl
Ies E W Taliant & wife,
B C Oorfeta. Spokane I Astoria
8 J Socfce. New York IJ H Kelly, Astoria
3S Dotriok. Jr. San Fr JA C Anderson. Chicago
"fern Xaedoaald, San FlD W Hodge, Buffalo
M. AJCero. Salt Lake W W Durham, Chicago
W "W Ryan, wt & eon.1 W A Vize. Cincinnati
Baa Fraactaeo IW A Hetael, Plttsbg.Fa
m D Goodrich NT JW H Mead, city
W C Smith, Saomato ;A R Jacobs, Oregon Cy
A Ftaeh & wife, ,L H Briggs, Qulncy, Or
wHtane IJ B Crowley, San Fran
C Vfevsl, Astoria j
C W. Knowles, Manager.
B F Baker. Columbia. (John Mosh. New Tork
ID A McLean, Astoria
W H Leeds, Salem
K K Smith, Palo Alto
IG W Shaw, Corvalli
J W MbtotII. TUUmnlr
X DaeUM. Buffalo
A X Tanocvanter. Se-
v MCAroy. faeacue tts i. Koehler. Aberdeen
X Be Pisco. Seattle . U s Sutherland. Salem
W X Faaohamus, R B Fleming. Salem
thfcama IJ C Young. Baker City
F A Oameat. WW W O Pettersou. city
J X "Walsh. Boston "Mrs Patterson, city
ft- L Flankers. Bohemia! R Baleutlner. Pendleton
W T WIBtamwn, (Mrs Balsutlner do
Safont T T Geer. Salem
W Taltaat, Astoria JMrs Cooper. Salem
Mn TuUaat Astoria tMrs Downing. Salem
1 1t A Bonaet Asto-ialA Oopenheimer. S F
Mt W X Howell, do IA D Allen. Astoria
loafcstle TmUttwer. on 'Mrs Allen. Astoria
C Calreee, U S S piaster Allen, Actorla
THB ST. CHARLES.
F Shagbeci. city P W Yettick. Camas
A It WUttamc and wf,J Swing, Astoria
Dragon City L J Gray. Mayors
A Bona it, Owyhee L 3 Smith, Majxers
X Muoaeman. Aptorto 'Max Cohn. San. Fran
X Hanthorn. AttoriajW G Rhude & wife.
JtefaB Snuth. Aetorta ' 5rays River
R M Scott, Ft Caney iWm Slrgleton, do
O It Pearson, do
I Pack. Ft Cantor
01 Stwoahatar, Caetle
T a Hamilton. DiUer
D K Attenburc & wife,
1 Xeefer. Oetrander
R Attenburc, do
D BracM. Oatranoer W H Bathgot & -w.Wls
S A. Wanriltoii. Hood R ID St i' nai?t tTinoTviM
Fot SaUth. Potneroy IS F Clay; Denver
Bun Wt. Scappooce W H Benard.Huntlngta
S Orris, Camas. "Wash Lt-OMrd Merrill. Pen
Mra Ottkctweoa, do I -Ueum
Hotel Doanclly, Taeoma.
Ertn plan; hsadesuariers for conv
taenalnlwea. Chllberc'a restaurant la
Hotel Bntler, Seattle.
Rooms with or without its
and gents' grillrooms In connection.
Rruoe's Grill Boom and Restaurant
Bbwk street, opp. Chamber of Commerce.
Br. Wise is at room. 614. Dekum.
O inuworod olty property, at lowest rates.
SHk OuaraMee & Trust Co., 7 Chamber of
Auction & Commission Merchants
S. L N. GILMAN, Auctioneer
. ADVANCES. BOTE PHONES.
Will pay CASH FOR FURNITURE if parties
selling do not wish to wait for auction rale.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE of fine arti
cles of HOUSDHOLD FURNITURE, Including
handsome PARLOR. DINING-ROOM and BED
ROOM FURNITURE; also KITCHEN FURNI
TURE, etc.. at 411 WASHINGTON STREET,
TUESDAY NEXT. FEB. 6, at 10 A. M.
BUYERS WILL. DO WELL TO ATTEND
THIS SALE. Now on view.
ALSO AUCTION SALE ON FRIDAY NEXT,
at 10 A. M.. at 411 WASHINGTON ST. We
will sell the FURNITURE AND FITTINGS
OF RESIDENCE. SALE FRIDAY NEXT, AT
10 A. M. S. L. N. GLLMAN. Auctioneer.
Trustee's Auction Sale of Furs,
Rugs, etc. by the Trustee.
WE ARE INSTRUCTED BY THE TRUSTEE
TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNES
DAY NEXT. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., THE EN
TIRE STOCK OF FUR RUGS. CAPES, COL
LARETTES, ETC., OF THE FIRM OF
MESSRS. APPLEGATE & PRASIL. 143
THIRD STREET. SALE "WILL TAKE PLACE
AT 411 WASHINGTON STREET WEDNES
DAY NEXT. FEB. 7, AT 10 A. M. LADIES
ARE INVITED TO INSPECT GOODS AND
ATTEND THE SALE. WHICH IS ABSO
LUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Of a good assortment of household furniture,
SQUARE PIANOS, etc. on WEDNESDAY,
FEB. 7, at 10 A. M., at" auction rooms, 182
FIRST STREET, comprising: Corduroy plush
couch; 7-pleoe upholstered jiarlor set. In good
condition; oval ash extension table; handsome
banquet lamp; S5-pleoe DINNER SET (porce
lain): lady's writing desk; large 6-foot HEAVY
PLATE MIRROR: oak HOLL-TOP DESK; o
foot showcase; 3-foot showcase; two 6-foot oak
vases; fine DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, with
all attachments; 6 new carpet sweepers; 2 pairs
heavy portieres; 5 pairs lace curtains; chairs
and rockers; large Oriental rug and Brussels
carpets: line hardwood bedroom eulta; springs
and mattresses: one JEWEL and three other
cook ranges; air-tight and coal heaters, etc.
Also one STANDARD PHONOGRAPH. In oak.
case: made to hold records, can be easily
shipped from one point to another: 45 records,
scire of which were taken In foreign countries;
instruments for making new records and show
ing, all complete. J, T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Of a fine STOCK of GROCERnsS and up-to-date
fixtures-, HORSE AN1 WAGON. THURS
DAY. FEB. 8. at 10 A. it., at 101 THIRD
STREET, between Yamhll and -Taylor, com
prising: Teas; coffees; about 8 barrels flour:
dried fruit; mixed spices; ajrup (In barrel and
canned); soap; beans; washing sodas; baking
powder: rolled oats, huckwheat; Jams; Jellies
and pickles; canned fruits and meats; lard;
The list of fixtures comprises: One .National
CASH REGISTER: DAXTON COMPUTING
SCALES: 5 pairs other scl; one 51-foot ihow
case. one upright showcase; one square ohow
case; one Enterprise coffee mill; one truck;
four counters; one oil tank; one Ice box; on
office, desk; one eight-day clock; two etep-laa-ders;
four stoes; one heater, etc.
Also very fine young horse, 1250 pounds: good
harness and delivery wagon.
Sale commences at 10 A. M. sharp. Terms
This .stock should attract every housekeeper,
and grocers and dealers should Inspect the
FIXTURES, WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT 10
O'CLOCK. J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
6. BaKftTa Co.
On Tuesday Next, February 6th
Furniture, etc, from private residence, Wil
lamette Heights, removed for convenience of
sale to the
CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS,
Corner Alder and Park streets, comprising:
UPRIGHT PIANO. Jn good condition: MUSlC
CVBINET. 200 YARDS OS LOWELL BODY
BRUSSELS CARPETS, carpet lining; Smyrna
rugs; Brussels art 6quare; Bagdad and French
stripe portieres; Irish point and other lace cur
tains; large mirror. In white frame; very hand
same and costly, gilt BANQUET LAMPS,
ONYX STANDS, fancy rockers, with Uphol
stered seats; rattan arm-chairs; fine couch, In
wide pattern corduroy, made expressly to or
der; oak divan; LEATHER COUCH, suitable
for library or office, flat-top desk: reolvlng
chair?, walnut library table: well-made walnut
open bookcase; 8 vols. Century Dictionary, and
other books; oval marble-top tables; Domestic
se-nlng machine: extension table; dining chairs;
silverware; quartered-oak center tables; well
flnlshed walnut bedroom sets, with marble
tops; oak cheval bedroom sets; BRASS AND
IRON FRENCH BEDSTEADS, all complete,
with hair mattresses and best Yum Yum
""prlngs: feather pillows, pretty shaped front
WHITE MAPLE DRESSER: oak chiffonier
with French-plate mirrors. rolLof art mat
ting; hall lamps; heating 6toves, and other ef
fects. Sale at 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On Thursday Next, February 8th
AT CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS
Corner Alder and Park streets, REGULAR
WEEKLY SALE of furniture. Brussels and
three-ply carpets, stoies, etc Sale at 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
Parties having FURNITURE or household ef
fects to sell will And the CENTRAL AUCTION
ROOMS the best medium tor the disposal of
CASH paid for furniture, etc, In large or
AUCTION SALES at residences a specialty.
Settlements made same day. Both phones.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers,
BY CURRIE & PAGE
- GRAND OPENING AUCTION SALE at the
new auction room3, 262 FIRST ST., cor. Madi
son, on THURSDAY NEXV, FEB. S, at 10 A.
M. An unusually fine collection of furniture
and. "household effects will be found. Including.
R, S. parlor suit. Winds6r folding bed, with
B.-P. mirror; bedroom seta; B. W., M.-T. bu
reau; bed lounge, easy h-.td occasional chairs;
rockers, masste mahogany mantel, handsome
sideboard; extension dining table, chairs:
stands, springs, mattrecses, bedding: sewing
machines. Brussels and. ingrain carpets, ele
gant eight-day clock, Indian bead work, curios;
Empire steel range, several cooking and heat
ing stoves, and hosts of other useful and orna
mental articles- too numerous to mention.
Goods on view Wednesday. Your Inspection
is requested. Terms cash. No resene.
JOHN CAMPBELL CURRIK. Auctioneer.
262 First st. Oregon phone North 211.
AT AUCTION We will commence on MON
J5AX. FEB. 6, at 10 A. M.. to sll the HIB
BARD stock of BOOTS. SHOES. RUBBERS
etc, at the store 228 First St.
Tm ari No reserve.
CURRB3 & PAGE, Auctioneer. ' J
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Feb. 3.-8P. M. Maximum
temperature. CO; minimum temperature, 43;
river reading at 11 A. M., 6.5 feet change in
thelast 2ivhourg, 0.7 foot; total precipitation,
8 P Mto 8 P. M., trace; total precipitation
from Sept. 1, 1S90, 23.67 Inches; normal precip
itation from Sept. 1, 1839, 27JB, Inches; defi
ciency, 3.49 inches; total sunshine Feb. 2, 0.54;
possible sunshine Feb. 2, 9,44.
Rain has fallen in Northern California and
west of the Cascades In Oregon and Washington.
The winds are southeast axong the coast, ex
cept at Portland, where a northeast wind pre
vailed for a few hours. Portland reports tho
lowest barometer reading, 29.90, but the center
of the low area la probably-northwest-of Van
couver island. The low pressure will cause
occasional rains Sunday, and probably a con
tinuance of southerly winds and mild temper
ature west of the Cascades. East of them rain
Is also probable, with slight temperature
- WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending at midnight Sunday. Feb. 4:
Western Oregon and Western Washington Oc
casional rain; southerly winds.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Occa
sional rain; southwest winds.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Oc
casional rain; winds west to south.
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain, with
southerly winds. ,
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms," "Rooms and Board," "Housekeep
ing Rooms," "Situations Wanted," 15 words or
less, 15 'cents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cents: 21 to 25
words, 25 cents, etc No discount for additional
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 under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
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 ol
flee, should always be Inclosed In sealed envel
opes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for er
rors In advertisements taken through the tele
phone. MEETING NOTICES.
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR.
All members are Invited to ac
company the W. tJ. matron to As
toria, Feb. 10, leaving at 8 o'clock
A. M. Boat will wait for our return.
For Information call phone Brown 511. By or
der MARGARET LUTKE, W. G. Matron.
PORTLAND LODGE, NO. 55, A.
F. & A. M. Special meeting this
Sunday. 1:30 P. M. sharp, at Ma
sonic Temple, to conduct funeral of
Brother W. R. Hackett, of Hood,
River lodge. Members and visiting Dromers
are earnestly requested to be present. Funeral
from Holman's chapel at 2 P. M.
HENRY ROE, W. M.
Attest: I. W. PRATT. Sec
A. O. U. W. AND D. OF H. Members and
their friendB should not miss the entertainment
to be ghen by Fidelity Lodge, No. 14, D. of
H., In their hall. cor. Grand ave. and East
Pine st., on Thursday eve. Fab, 8. Admission,
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB Will hold an
open meeting on Tuesday evening at Assembly
hall of Chamber of Commerce, to which all
citizens are Invited to hear an address on the
new registration law, by Us author, Mr. Ed
Bingham. Prominent democrata will afterward
address the meeting on political Issues. The
poll-book will be open to voters desiring to af
filiate with the club.
COOPER To Chas. and Annie H. D.
nee Brown, a 0-pound daughter. ,
KELLEY At his late resldehce, 90 Grand ave.,
Myron B. Kelley, aged 48 years 15 days.
Funeral will take place from St. Francis
church, corner Eleventh and E. Oak sts., Mon
day, Feb. &. i!KX, at a A. M. Friends in
vited to attend.
HACKETT At Good Samaritan hospital. Feb.
1. 1000, William Russell Hackett, a member of
A. F. & A. M., Hood River, Or. Funeral will
take place from Holman's chapel. Fourth and
Yamhill sts., Sunday, 2 P. H. Frienda-lnvltd
BEHARREL The funeral services of Hazel,
daughter of Ella and Wm. H. Beharrel, will
be held at the residence, 470 Park st., today
at 2 P. M. Friends Invited.
EDWARD HOLM AN, Undertaker, 4th
and Yamhill sta. Rena StinHon, lady
asaistnnt. Both phones No. 607.
J. P. FINLEY & SON, Undertakers.
Lady Assistant. 275 Third at. Tel. .
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East,
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both phones.
CAPE NOME SCHOONERS FOR SALE
1 schooner, '103 tons, price $4000.
1 schooner, ISO tons, price $5000; will carry
360 tons freight.
1 schooner, 125 tons, price $5000; new calls; ,
1 schooner, 90 tons, prloe $3000; special bar
gain; has carried 40 passsngers; 80 tons
freight to Kotzebue sound; half cash, balance
before vessel goes to sea.
For full particulars of above vessels and
terms Inquire of CAPTAIN HANDY, Esmond
WANTED A GOOD MAN WITH ?30OO TO
$4000 In a desirable manufacturing business;
profits large; capital vlll rapidly develop very
large business. Q 8, care Oregonlan.
SAGO. TAPIOCA. SPLIT PEAS, PEARL BAR
ley, cornstarch, gloss starch and dried green
peas, 5c per pound. At McKlnnon Grocery
Co.. 173 Third st.
FOR SALE A VERY DESIRABLE COTTAQE
on west side of Mount Tabor; located on main
road; part time If desired. Address V 0, car
FOR SALE A NEW 0-ROOM HOUSE: FINE
location, on East -Side; Installment payments
If desired. Address K 7, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP THE BEST STOCK
ranch In Washington; spring water piped to
both houses. R. W. DuBols, Portland.
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent
On city property: no commission.
634 Chamber of Commerce.
$100 TO $5000 TO LOAN
On mortgages; low Interest; light expenses.
W. S. Ward. Attorney, 319 Allslty building.
JUST RECETVED CARGO OF
PACIFIC COAST CO.,
Telephone 229. 219 Washington st.
Netting 5 to 8 per cent, for sale. J. w.
Cruthero & Co., 314 Chamber of Commerce.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. Macmaster & Blrrell. Zll Worcester fclk.
Highest market price paid for municipal and
sohool bonds. Lowest rates on mortgage loans.
Will take charge of estates as agent or trustee
on reasonable terms.
W. H. FEAR. 416 Chamber of Commerce.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Special Sale "Upright, rosewood case, $85; fine
Harrington, nearly new. $160; elegant Kra
kauer. oak case, $1C5; Stelnway. in splendid
condition, $176; organs, $40- to $00, -and other
rare bargains. New pianos for rent. l
W. T. SHANAHAN & 'CO.,
207 SwmdstA- O. U. W. Temple.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
V. BLOCK AND 7-ROOM HOUSE. GOLD
smlth's addition, $3S00. Good corner, $3500;
paying 11 per cent on investment. Two lotn
in block 9, Multnomah addition. One lot
In block 16, Central Albina. One lot In bloc
7, Southern Portland. Five lots In block 26.
L &. S. Co.'e First addition to OsWego. We
have a fine list of both business and residence
and farm property. Jennings &. Co., 3C9Vi
BEST INVESTMENT WASHINGTON -
street propertj, near Third, West Side, at a
sacrifice. For factory or laundry purpcees-'
Block on East Seventh and Stark, large
springs. Smith, 100 Grand ave.. East Side.
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
Modern 7-room houses. 6CS-610 S. ish, and
29-31 E. 16th: 51S50 each.
,- 2. lots and 7-room hou?e. N. E. cor. S. 22d
f and Conic.
corner and 8-room house, 694 E. Alder.
2 lots, running from E. 6th to E. 7th. be
tween Morrison and Alder.
Lot and O room cottage. 147 B. 20th.
53x100 and cottage. E. 1Sth and Belmont.
BOxlOO and 2 rottages, E. Yamhill, near 24th.
Corner and 3-roc.m house, 090 E. Yamhill.
Lots In Dent's addition. Beacon and Mllwau
kle tsts.. S400 each.
Sightly lots, E. Eighth and Brooklyn.
Block and modern house Et 21st and Gllsan.
tSOrJ.00, 7-room house, 388 Grand ave. north.
3 lots and 2 store buildings. Union ave. and
50x100 and 8-room house, 341 Tillamook.
Lot and desirable house, 619 Mississippi ave.
Lot and des!rabl cottage. 544 Kerby.
50x100 and cottage, 511 Vancouver ave.
houses on San Rafael 6t. Alblna; now pay
lng8 per cent on price asked.
10 acres right In the city. This property faces
car line, and Is the most desirable tract for
subdividing and value on the market.
The above Is a partial list of properties owned
by a foreign mortgage company. The prices
are low and the terms easy.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF, 246 Stark.
$000-3 LOTS IN PIEDMONT.
$7502 lots and cottage, sS. E. cor. Falling
and Minnesota ave.
1000-50xl2G and 2 cottages. E. Russell st,
now paying 10 per cent.
S1D50 2 lots, cottage, 905 Mississippi ave.
$500 Lots TOxlOO, E. Ash, near 20th.
f ISO 50x100, 6-room. cottage, 560 E. Oak.
1000-35x100, 7-room house. 251 Hancock.
1S50 House and lot,, Sunnyslde.
$900 Improved acre, Curry ave.
$1000 South-front lot, E. Oak. near 14th.
$136050x100, modern 6 - room house and
nam, 793 Michigan ave.
-SICOO-Quarter block, Holladay's addition.
$135050x100, 5-room cottage, Grand ave.,
near Weldler, Holladay's.
$2100-3 ldts, E. 17th and Weldler.
$3500 Acre and quarter, facing S. P. rail
road, 3 houses, E 3d and Stephens.
Favorable, terms' or, any of the above.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF. 348 Stark.
CHOICE WEST SIDE BUYS
$405000x100. with a strictly first -class 9
room house. This property is located 746 John
son, Nob Hin. House Is modern in every detail,
and was built at a cost of $5400.
$5500 Corner lot and 10-room modem hous
on 10th st., cor. Mill.
$300025x100. cottage, 104 11th it., near
$7000-60x200 and 2 houses, north side Burn
side, from 9th to 10th sts.
$4500 Lot and house, 10th St., near Stark.
$2000 Modern cottage, 701 Davis, near 21st.
$2500100x100, with 2 small cottages, S. W.
cor. 16th and Raleigh.
$2300-Corner lot, 24th St., King's Second
$000 to $700-Lots In Doscher's 2d add..
Jf orth Portland.
$1700-60x100. Irving, between 23d and 24th.
1500 25x100, 12-room house, 449 Johnson.
$10f0 Desirable quarter block. Portland
$85050x100, Johnson, near 21st
$7500 Block facing N. P. railroad, 19th and
Wilson. Warehouse property.
50x100 and cottage. 330 N- 10th.
$3000 Lot and desirable house, 150 N. 22d.
$2100 South-front lot, on. Irving, Just east
$2600 Modern cottage, Hoyt, near 22d.
Corner and 2 cottages, 11th and Kearney.
lirUOO and cottage, 809 Corbett.
Correr and 0-room house, 840 First.
Corner and 2 houses. Water and Whlttaker.
Corner and 2 houses, Corbett and Arthur.
Three hobses and lots. Nebraska St., South'
em Portland? $750 each.
125x100 on Tburman, between 21st and 22d.
Favorable terms on any of the above.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF. 246 Stark.
EAST SIDE BARGAINS
$85o 6-room house anot lot, Sunnyslde.
$550 4-room house and lot near East An
keny car barn.
$1850 9-room new and modem house, on car
$950 5-room house and lot between East
Ankeny and Burnslde sts.
$2000 7-room house and lot, East Burnslde.
$550 7-room house and lot, Woodlawn.
F. BRESKE, Sherlock bldg., 83 Third st.
100x100, with 3 good houses, on 13th st.
north, for $5000.
$2700-50x100, with 2 good houses, on 7th st.
$2050 House and lot near 12th and Market.
$425050x100, with 2 houses, on 14th, near
F. BRBSKE, Sherlock bldg., 83 Third at.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS
On 12th St., West Side, south of Morrison,
iracllonal lot, cast front; price $1250. A snap.
On East Ankeny and East Burnslde sts.,
from $400 to $1200.
Sunnj.side. from $350 to $500.
Alblna, from $200 to $550.
F, ;BRESKE, Sherlock bldg., 83 Third at.
-S130O Cottage and lot East Side, cheap.
-$5300 Modern dwelling, 6th and Jackson.
$ 700 Choice lot E. 17th, near E. Main.
$ 300 Business property Williams ave ;
pays good Income; will advance rapidly.
$2000 For a good corner on 22d st.
$2400 Three acres west slope of Mt. Tabor.
$1200 Lot 60 feet, Overton, near 22d st.
S1000 Lot on Pettygrove, near 21st st.
$2200 Corner 100x100, 21st and Pettygrove
$ 625 80-acre farm with some Improvements.
$300030 acres one mile east of Mt. Tabor.
$10.000 A beautiful home near Mt. Tabor.
$2600 Quarter corner B. 20th and Madison
Dairy farm near Scappoose 180 acre3.
$1250100 acres 18 miles east of Portland;
$2250 Quarter block with two-story dwell
ing. First1 and" Lowell.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS,
Room 3, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
$0700 BLOCK. 10TH AND MARKET STS.
f 100 14 block In Holladay's add.
900 Cor., lot near E. Morrison and 19th.
$1100-85x100, E. Salmon and 22d.
$ 650 Choice lots, E. Ankeny or Burnslde
streets. . ,
House and cottages in different locations,
- If -you want suburban acreage see .me.
F. W. TORGLER, 6 Sherlock bldg.
$4&00-J. W. OGILBEE.-ROOM 11. 145 FIRST
55 acres; 40 acres In line state of cultiva
tion; good 6-room farmhouse, large barns and
t other outbuildings; 10 acre3 In good bearing
orchard", lies on the south slope of Mount
Scott, 8 miles from the courthouse, southeast;
, all Implements go with the place? horses,
wagons, plows, mower, rakes, etc A cheap
suburban farm, and a good Investment.
FOR SALE REGARDLESS OF REAL VAL
uea. One acre, Sullivan's addition; payments
to suit. Lot 50x125, Upper Alblna. Modern
0-room house, south of Clay. 6-room cottage
on Montgomery st. One block and some quar
ter blocks In North AlDlna. John M. Cress,
room 408 The Dekum.
CENTRAL CITY INCOME PROPERTY FOR
one-half Its lormer value. 300 acres land near
Portland for less than timber Is worth. 00
acres near Beaverton at half price, refused.
block, choice residence property, for nmount
loaned on same. A 0, care Oregonlan.
MUST SELL AT ONCE MODERN, NEW 8
room dwelling; brick basement, furnace, por
celain bath, mantel, gas, electric light, stone
wall, cement walk; walking distance, on the
East Bide; leased for $25 monthly; price S2900;
$1000 cash. P. O. box 476. city.
FOR SALE 83 ACRES OF GOOD LAND; 30
acres cleared; good house and barn; a living
spring of good water: half mile from good
school; 7 mires southwest of N. Yamhill.
T. Mitchell. Barbara, Clatsop county, Or.
54000 WILL BUY SO ACRES OF HEAVY
timber land- close to city; 40 acres In section
23, 40 acres la section 25, township 2, Mult
nomah county. No agents wanted; free of
Incumbrance. K 9, care Oregonlan.
GOING TO ALASKA; MUST . SELL SOON;
make an bffer. Modern 7-room house, frac
tlorianot: choice location, West Side. Also 5
room cottage. "Nob Hill, easy terms. C. E.
Bennett, 127 Fourth st.
UNIQUE TRACT OF INCOME-PAYING LAND
of the -richest soil, with good house and im
provements, on car line to Oregon City. Price
$5500. F. Y. Andrews & Co., Hamilton build
ing. $1000 FART CASH 5-ROOM. TWO-STORY,
hard-finished house and barn, 1171 Hawthorne
ave,;. city water; 16 fruit trees. Hawthorne
Ave. cars pass the door.
THE. BEST BUY, IN THE CITY A r FINE
iiome on the West Side, Nob Hill; must be
sold. For patlculars see Laldlaw, room 303
Chamber of Commerce.
WILL BUILD YOU HOUSE TO SUIT; GOOD
-locations only; monthly Installments no high
er than rent; small payment down. Box 476.
INVESTMENT. OVER 8?i PER CENT IN
terestr can be obtained for $12,500 by applying
to F. "V.'Andrews & Co., Hamilton building.
G-ROOM B:0U3B AND FULL LOT; PART
cash and balance on Installments $25 per
month; state prise. M 7, care Oregonlan.
$1250 CASH GOOD 5-ROOM COTTAGE AND
lot on Fifth St., near Harrison-street school.
See owner, room 29 Washington building.
WILL PAY CASH FOR A GOOD VACANT
"'lot", either side, close In. Answering, state
. price and location- T 10, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FINE RESnJENCE. 2 BLOCKS
from car line; modern Improvements; a snap
for cash. E 10, care Oresonlan.
CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD; NEW. SUBSTAN
ttal ""houpe, modern In every particular. Call
at premises. 743 Kearney st.
HOUSES AND COTT.AGE3 FOR SALE: ALSO
bakery. Emmons & Emmons. 623-25 Chamber
of Commerce building.
L. B. Chlpman; farms, stock ranches, timber
claims, city property, business chances. 114
BARGAINS. 500 AND UPWARDS ASKED
for good lots on 21st, 22d and 23d sts. F. V.
Andrews 3. Co., Hamilton building;
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
INTEREST - PAYING BLOCK. NORTH
Portland, a bargain. Hoelblng. 230 Stark.
$1260 LOT ON GLISAN ST.. NEAR 23D.
Hart, room 7 Sherlock building.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT THE BARRETT FARM. FTVE
miles from town of Hood River. Large house
with many conveniences. Large barn, 45
acres, n 30 acres under fruit, 10 acres for
spring crops, 4 acres in hay; 30 inches of
water for Irrigation, small fruits for family
use. Will be rented tu right party on cash
basis at $300 per year, with privilege of 3
years. D. W. Hodge, Hood River. Or.
FORRBNT 12-ACRES FINE GARDEN LAND,
fenced. East Side, near schoolhouse. Apply
Goodnougfa'- & Stearns, Washington bldg.
20-ACRE FARM. 5 MHJES FROM PORT
land; house newly decorated. Apply Geo,
Hartman. 11th and Buwislde.
ONE OF THE FBNTEST STOCK RANCHES IN
Eastern Washington, within 10 miles of rail
road station, containing about 4000 acres, all
under fence and well watered, fine house, large
barns and other outbuildings; Improvements
alone cost double the price asked; will sell for
$18,300, Including oer 200 head of fine Here
ford cattle, 8 work and saddle horses, 2 wag
ons and buggy, over 200 tons of hay, together
with all the tools and farm machinery neces
sary for tho place. This Is a No. 1 stock
ranch, and everything about It In first-class
order. Joseph M. Healy, 290 Morrison street.
FARM OF 30 ACRES. 2 MH,ES EAST OP
Mllwaukle; all improved; all kinds of fruit,
and good house, costing $1400, also fruit
house and other buildings, price $2500. Ad
dress Susan Terwadow, Clacakamas, Or.
160 ACRES GOOD LAND ON COLUMBIA
river, near Hood River; good house and or
chard, some good timber. It sold now will
take less than improvements cost; terms on
part; will trade. 220 Abington building.
Improved farms for sale in all
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester block.
OWNER GOING TO CAPE NOME. AND WILL
sell 180 acres near Hood River: 20 acres
cleared, small house, splendid soil; $600. C. E.
Bennett, 127 Fourth st.
300 ACRE3 SCHOOL LAND FOR SALE OR
trade for property In or near Portland. T.
Paulsen, Rhelnpfalz hotel, Front and Madi
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER
realty, at the Emporium, Hood River, im
proved fruit farms.
300 acres: 200 cultivated. 100 good timber; 16 M.
W. of city, near R. R.; $30 acre. 250 Wash.
160 ACRES NEAR PASO R0BLES SPRINGS,
for sale or exchange; a snap. 269 5th..
5 acres, with small house, adjoining West
5 acres near Bertha station.
90x100 Harrison and 16th sts.
$18002 lots and houses, Edan addition.
$2200 First mortgage on valley property for
equity In Portland lots or dwelling.
Two dwellings on 10th St., renting for $36.
Two lots 14th and Schuyler, for West Side
dwelling; will assume small Incumbrance.
$1000 quarter section near Brownsville.
153 acres, river front near Llnnton, for
20 acres highly cultivated, with house and
barn, for Inside property.
Unincumbered Income business property In
Albany for Portland equity.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS,
Room 3, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
IF YOU HAVE ANY KHD OF A BUSINESS,
farm, city or suburban real estate, list It
with us and tell us what you would like to
trade It for. We have a fine list of Eastern
property for exchange. Jennings & Co., 309
TO EXCHANGE $500 EQUITY IN CENTRAL
ly located property (rents for $16 per month)
for good horse, light spring wagon and har
ness. N 6, care Oregonlan.
GOOD HORSE AND SPRING WAGON TO
exchange as part payment on land, balance on
time; no agents. N 8, care Oregonlan.
5 ACRES. CLEARFD CiOOJ Hr' " R.WN
and orchard; near Gresham: exchange for va
cant lot. C E. Bennett, 127 Fourth st.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE IMPROVED
farm In Willamette valley for stock of mer
chandjse. 226 Abington building. mi ,
TO EXCHANGE RANCH IN CALIFORNIA,
with Improvements. What have you? Ad
dress G 9. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BARGAINS m SEVERAL SECOND-HAND
and slightly used plnaos this week at Ellers
Piano House: Whitney $218, Steinwary $185.
Decker Brothers $260, Kimball $268, Emerson
$185. Jenning & Son $80, E. Gabler &
Brother $65, Hardman $185, Cable $150. Terms
cash or $20 down and $6, $8 or $10 monthly.
107 First st, between Washington and Stark.
SOLFILINE, SOLFILINB. SOLFILINE.
Evorjone needs It. Preserves leather; abso
lutely waterproof: shoes, harness and belting
treated with Solflllne prolongs life of leather
100 per cent. Insist upon your dealer carry
ing It. Henry Miller & Co., 502 Washington
St., Portland, Or.
FOR SALE 1 COMPLETE J. B. COLTS'
double stereoptlcon, new, has gauge, high
pressure dissolving" key, large curtain, and
over 100 beautiful -views of Manila, and the
war, with descriptive lecture. Cost over $400.
Will sell cheap. N 9, tare Oregonlan.
Radam's Microbe Killer positively cures diph
theria, all throat troubles, blood and skin dis
eases, rheumatism, cancer, catarrh; also cures
la grippe, colds and lung trouble. Call at 360
Morrison for descriptive pamphlet and sample.
FOR SALE-2 BUTCHER CARTS, SAUSAGE
stuffer, lard press, chopping machine, dial
scales, etc.; dirt cheap. Apply Waldemar
Sefon, attorney-at-law, Commercial building.
Second and Washington, room 302.
J. CHEHAK; STAPLE AND FANCY GRO
cerleo; Valley flour, 65c; 8 bars soap, 25c; U
pkgs. Jumbo mush, 5c; 10-lb. sack graham,
etc, 20c, tapioca, 5c lb.; macaroni, 40c box.
Tel. Black 973. 681 First.
FRUIT TREES APPLE, CHERRY AND
prune trees, $40 to $60 per 1000; currants and
gooseberry, $10 per 1000. Railroad Nursery,
W. S. Falling, station A, Portland.
FOUR FRESH COWS; ONE VERY FINE
Jersey, other Durham and Jersey. First house
west of reservoir No. 2, Section Line road.
SEWING MACHINES TWO NEW HOMES.
$10 each; one Domestic, $12.50; one House
hold. $10; Singers, $5 each. J. S. Cran, r50
WILL SELL MY UPRIGHT PIANO AT A
very low figure. If you haven't all cash, will
take small payments. 472 Jefferson street.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED AND
sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies, etc
Cunningham's, 266 Stark. Both phones.
SEWING MACHINES 20 SECOND-HAND
machines: Singer, Domestic White, Stand
ard, New Home, etc S. a. Slgel. 335 Wash.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 0 FIRST-CLASS
milch cows and 10 heifers: also milk route.
For particulars address M 9, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE CHEAP, THIS WEEK GRAPHO
phone, old coins,, bike, saddle, tire. 181
Madison, near bridge.
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED -COCKER
spaniel pups, 3 months old. 330 Pine, between
Sixth and Seventh.
FOR SALE A TAN-COLORBD LADB3S' TAI-lor-made
suit of kersey; nearly new. Address
E 9, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FINE -UPRIGHT KRANICH &
Bach piano; a first-class Instrument. H 8,
FOR SALE 10 COWS: MILK ROUTE AND
outfit; city; cheap. If sold soon. D 9, care
FOR SALE PROJECTOSCOPE AND PHONO
graph. In good condition. J 7, care Orego
nlan. $8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2 CASH.
balance. $2 per month. Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
Magic, lanterns, new. second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck, 131 Post, San Fran.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. GUARANTEED, ONLY
$1 each, at Uncle Myers', 143 3d. near Alder.
BOX COUCHES, WORTH: $7 AND $25. AT
$3.50 and $10; only one month. At 390 Sixth.
75 rigs, new and second-hand; 500 sets harness,
100 saddles; must be sold. 211 Washington.
FOR SALE PURE-BRED B. PLYMOUTH
Rock chickens. Torgler, 6 Sherlock building.
S5 DOZEN PAHtS LADBSS PATENT HAT
fasteners; $15. if taken at once. 383 Sixth.
Decker upright $100. one $30. Kimball organ
$38. Upstairs, 104 First st., Mrs. Martin.
LBPMAN'S HIGH-GRADE LADIES SUITS AS
low price as ready-made. Russel building.
FOR SALE OR TRADE TWO SOLITAIRE
diamond rings. Inquire 205 Washington st.
GENTLE FAMILY HORSS, 5 YEARS OLD,
"for sale, at 8fd Alblna. a.ve.. near Shaver. r
GRAND RONDB"BTDIAN SHOPPING BA3
ketx, Res.. 121 13th. cor. WashSastoa.
DRESS SUIT. SIZE 38. FOR SALE CHEAP.
Inquire room 29 Washington .bulWlag.
MANDOLINS. $Z30; GUITARS. $5 EACH. AT
Uncle Myers. 143 Third, near Alder.
SEVERAL SECOND-HAND WAGONS AND
buggies. 51 Fourth, near Plae.
FOR SALS THOROUGHBRED GREAT DANS
pups, cheap. At 3SS Sixth st.
FOR SALE A 1000-POUND LIFT. BUND
elevator. Apply 281 Morrison.
FURNrrUB OF FIVB-ROOM HOUSE; A
bargain. 203 Washington.
FOR SALE LADY'S WHEEL, '89 MODBL.
at 415 Burnslde at.
FOR SALE A GOOD WORK HORSE. En
quire 141 First st.
FOR SALE GUERNSEY COW; FKWMBVK
er 354- Jefferson.
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. SEVENTH
and Stark sts.
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 18 AND IT
Russel building, cor. Fourth and MorrUen.
Stelnway & Sons. A. B. Chas and Bsaersoa
pianos. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Cash or installments. Gramophones and
Reglna nrasla boxes.
FRANK TLw FINDLAY. EXPERT TUNER. AT
131 6th St., Oregonlan bldg. Phone Main 949.
EOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. MT FBS8T
st. Phones. Ellers Piano House.
HELP TVAXTED MALE.
LIFE INSURANCE MAN. EXPERIENCED
and competent, wanted for Important district
agency Mutual Life of New York; must haver
bona fide record for writing $160,600 to $300.
000; bond required; liberal commissions and
office allowance. William B. Pond. State Man
ager. Oregonlan building. Portland. Or.
WANTED SEVERAL MEN WITH AMPLE
experience' In navigating shallow-water rivers.
1 as mates and captains; give reference ex
tending over the period of your experience,
wages expected, and address CF.de Ganabl.
Managing Director Huasteco Navigation Co..
CAPE NOME AND GOLOVTN BAY PLACER
mines. The W. Y. T. T. Co., owners of vr
GO claims, are now preparing to send saea to
work the same at good pay. Will sell or let
out on "lays." Write for prospectus 'to M.
K. Lauden, 220 Market St., San Francises,
ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, MACHINISTS AND
electricians: Send 10 cents for new 40-page-pamphlet
containing list of questions asked
by examining board, of engineers. Geo. A.
Zeller. bookseller. St. Louis, Mo. Mention
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS; DON'T PRB
pare for any civil service or census examina
tion without seeing our catalogue of Infor
mation. Sent free. Columbian Correspond
ence College, Washington, D C
WANTED MEN, WITH OR WITHOUT Ex
perience, to solicit members for the oldest
and strongest fraternal society in the U. 3.
Members of the A. O. U. W. preferred. Ad
dress Y 5, care Oregonlan.
AN ENERGETIC SALESMAN OF EXPERl
ence and ability for Oregon; capable of earn
ing $150 per month and expenses; permanent
position. The Eastern Mfg. Co., 315 Dear
born st., Chicago.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SPECIALTYSALBS
man to represent our house in the Western
and Southern states. Permanent position to
right party; bond required. Box 606, St.
AGENTS POPULAR ELlSCTRICAL SPECIAL
ty needed by every man and woman; sells at
sight; good pay; exclusive' rights; stamp for
particulars. The Marllle Co.. 108 Fulton at..
New York. ,
WANTED LODGE ORGANIZERS; SALARV
and commissions; continuous Income on your
business; perfection sickness, accident, death
insurance. Royal Fraternal Union, St. Louis,
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS. WHERB THEY
are, how obtained, salaries paid. Particulars
free. Write for circular 115. National Cor
respondence Institute, Washington, D. C.
WANTED A FEW MORE BRIGHT MEN TO
place school supplies; new work; good pay;
exclusive territory; no capital required. Ad
dress P. O; box 527, Portland, Or -
3" Al MACHINISTS, $3.25-: 20 TEAMS. $4,
pass; R. R. teamsters and laborers, $1.73,
pass; farm hands; other work. Canadian
Emp. Agency, 226 Morrison.
$5 A DAY PAINTING SIGNS. NO EXPBRt
ence required with our method. Samples, in
structions, etc.. 10c. guaranteed. City Sign
Co., Springfield. Ohio.
WANTED SALESMEN FOR OUR BLACK
Zanzibar roof paint; guaranteed 5 years; side
line or exclusively. Garfield Oil Co., Cleve
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN WANTED IMME
dlately for something entirely new; good sal
ary. T. G. Conner & Co., 586 43d st-. Chi
cago. I WANT A GOOD COAT-MAKBR THAT CAN
make coats and vests; first class; wages $16
per week. Anton Abrahamslck, Heppner .Or.
SALESMEN To sell office specialties. Fine sMe
lines. Used by all merchants. Catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., South Bend. Ind.
WANTED-COATMAKERS FOR A LARGE
city In Washington, better prices than Port
land pays. Address E 1, ..-are Oregontan.
MEN AND WOMEN TO APPOINT" AGENTS.
$75 month-; expenses. Steady positions. But
ler & Alger. New Haven, Conn.
2 CARPENTERS, GRAY'S HARBOR. $38 AND
board, tickets here. Piling barkers. $2.60.
Drake, 153 First.
WANTED A MAN AND WIFE ON RANCH;
no children; .middle aged. Inquire 431 Salmon.
Worklngman'a Barber Shop; haircut 15c, shave
10c; S chairs. Ed Dennlson. 205 Morrison st.
WANTED 600 MEN TO TRY THE BEST 8a
shave and 10s haircut, at 27 North Seeond.
WANTED A MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF A
prune orchard. Q 7, care- Oregonlan.
WANTED COMPETENT DYER,
at 22 North Eighth st.
WANTED GOOD MAN TO WORK ON FARM.
Inquire 12S Third st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
D7 YOU CONTEMPLATE LEARNING SHORT
hand or have failed In some other system,
come and Investigate the Pernin. Can be
learned in one-UiIrd the time of Pltmaate
systems. No shading: no position; few word
ings; connective vowek; no failures. Book
keeping taught- Pernin Shorthand School, 211
Oregonlan, H. W. Behnke, Prin.
MRS. PORTER. OF THE PACIFIC EMPLOY
ment office, is now matron of the Homo for
Unemployed, at 305 Third street, will be
be pleased to have all orders sent there. Ore
gon phone Red 1581; Columbia. 170.
ONE OR TWO GOOD. RELIABLE YOUNG
men to travel for a thoroughly established
business firm of this city, salary $00 to begin
with; will require $20 to $30 to qualify for
business. V 9, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BRIGHT LADY TO TRAVEL IN
Oregon; $50 monthly and tll expenses to start;
position permanent. Self-addressed envelope
for particulars. American L. & M. Associa
tion. 356 Dearborn, Chicago.
WANTED YOUNG WOMEN, NOT NOW
profitably employed, to qualify immediately
for a highly respectable 'profession, at good
salary. Address 016 Northern Offlee building,
ILLONp'S PREVENTATIVE CONES. THB
greatest of all antiseptics, sent sealed, per
box. $1 50; send 10c for sample and particulars.
Blond Chem. Co., Portland, Or. P. O. box 974.
ORDER YOUR HELP FROM THE VOLUN
teerd of America Free Employment Agency,
24 North Second St., Portland. Oregon tele
phone Hood 762. Grant McKay, Manager.
WANTED COMPETENT AND PRESBNTA
bte agents; good proposition for right par
ties. Call 735 Chamber Commerce, between
9 and 10 A. M. today.
ENERGETIC. REFINED WOMAN TO TRAV
el for wholesale house; salary and expenses;
small capital required. T 4, care Oregonlan.
REFINED LADY TO FILL PERMANENT Po
sition, at- $12 per week; references required.
Address Mrs. B. Wilcox, general delivery.
WANTED-A WOMAN OF BUSINESS ABIL
lty as partner in profitable business; HttJe
capital. F 10, care Oregonlan.
GOOD, NEAT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSB
work. Swede or German preferred; B-roomed
house, $14. 902 Thurman.
A SCHOOLGIRL OVER 14 TO HELP B DIN-Ing-reom
for room and board, that attend
Park school, at 226 11th st.
GIRL-FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; MU0T
be good, plain, cook. Apply this mocstas;, MS
East Third north.
MCLF" WASTKD FKMALX.
VAirj-LAiacBe to smw, $& a
TCPMttBMCMtr GAL' FOR OS'
homework, family of two. 311 West
aC. er Clay.
Hrfrt fefltiseworfc;, aa attest se$ool.
WAirrxD wjsuntm woman to w:
tor us. Call Mo4ay r Tuesday room
vhtw AKnrBB wrvnv bit rT.T.
see Uteaa. CaaaOtan Em. Agency 22SH '
BRIGHT GlglS, WXXTWD TO LEARN ZJ
nwKmg. Afyqr x un at
at 1M FMrik. st
lady to arva ba!
HBXP WANTED MALE OR FEMAi
TSH ORGANISERS. LADIES OR UENI
won. for the best fraternal order asuary
eosMussMs to parties wtth aMUty Aad
imager, Tacaaa. wash.
SHORTHAND BY MAIL; FCSITTTV' WJ
mg. proacient workors oeman" sno
-rMMOgrapny. X Btetot. block, bea"
YOCNG MAN OR LADY WITH BXPT'TCSi
m grocery line. Gtve ran pariKuui.
dress Grocery, eare Oregonlan
SITUATION WANTJBD 51AU0.
Bookkeepers aad Clerics.
WHi FAY ANT ONE WHO SECT-pv
poattlOB as bookkeeper a 10 per ceat cf-
soa on ine nrst three months' sa.ar :i
cetved. can give reforoaces as t "ta:1
ana aw my; am also a. sionograpoer
A YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED INT
ographlc aad oMoe work, wishes a post .
some meroftMne MtoMees, good reler
AOlress F. O. box 788.
YOUNG MAN OF IS YEARS. WITT
ough knowledge of booKkeeptng 4eai-es
w m omeer refrecei u v), cars
WANTED POSITION AS ASSISTANT
keeper. stenoorsDiMr and typewriter H
experienced stoAograpfeor. M H, i a a
YOUNG MAX DESIRES POSITTONt A? n
ograplter; two years experience beat .
ersBcet?. X 7. care Oregontan
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED BCK
or. sec or books to write up evenings.
ENGINEER. "NINE YEARS' EXPERTTJ
wbio 3H-.noacy ana faction engines
position as engpor or fireman steal?
sooer. H 1. care- Oregonlan.
MIDDLE-AGED MAX"WANTS EMPLT "
a reader and companion to an ag1
or Invalid, or as janitor, porter -r , v,
L 5, care Oregonlan.
POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
good education. Any kind of steaij eij
mont. Jtoieroneos given Address J
SrrUATJOK WANTED BY A JAI
boy. as dlswwuaher or housework, e:c3
jKHto, 3W nanders st.
BOY ATTENDING - BUSINESS POI
wishes to work for room and) board. 1:
197 12th st.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALI
WANTED WORK FOR DOMESTI 5
rosses, chambermaids, cooks, etc a-sa
nese.and Japs. R. G. Drake, 152 Firs..
SITUATION WANTEDBY YOr NO IIEUI
assist in light housowors: and attend
school. P 5. care Oregonlan.
DO YOU WANT DOMESTICS Ot,R '
Is ailed with them dally Phone us. Car
Emp. Agency, 224 Morrison
A GOOD COLORED GIB2. WANTS
tkH as eook. can. give reference. Appti
rforth w inth st.
SBCOND WORK. CALL OR ADLH"
2lBt st., cor. Hawtktonfo ave. East P r
Tt ..,. , , Tjrn TQ As-T
Aousewook. Address-W-JOrear Oreg
sixUATJ0H TO DO GENERAL HOfSfflld
Good oook. Address R 10. OregoTUas.
vinrw.uAOw.ry t.aiy TWiRiRrs i.a
nurse or housekeeper for wldowr toa.
ITy. Address Oeborn hotel, asi MI?
A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPrR R
city or country. Call at 95 II "tt, cr
thrd floor, room 8
WANTED BY A GERMAN LVD" PI
as housekeeper. R 8,. care Oregon.a.1.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
eneed. Wants position at once w
words per minute; can read m ne'es,
bookkeeper desires sorttion wuiiig '-
with smalt wages. Y T, sare Oret, TnanJ
YOUIG LADY STENOORAPHFR TT
eneed. wants' position. Speed IJ.' w rli
minute. Salary if O0eet Adifss
Oregontan. BY A BUSINESS YOUNG LA6Y A1 Cfl
keeper, cashier, or any kind of ifl-9
Addres? T 9, care Oregonlan
YOUNG WOMAN STENOGRAPHETP
maehire, wishes employment adreos) Jl
Dr enmn kern.
LADIETITCHHD- TAIUOHM VDF
In an the latent styles, from $2.50 up byi
Kerley. room 9z Cambridge tm wing
DRESSMAKING AND WAIdTS MA1
$1. dresses made for $8, 304 Madlsun stl
DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING
reasonably, at 366 17th at.
YOUNG LADY OF QUIET HABIT
ployed part Of day, wants notne in
vale family, where she can assist
payment for room ana board refer
changed. X , care Oregonlan
SITUATION WANTED BY GIRL 1 Y3
old, -to work for board and att-nl shcoi
Ject, a home; clothes furnished 501
WANTET-BY WOMAN: A FEW P!A
work by day. washing, cooking1 t swe
Call 488 West FarK St., cor fcl ege
LADY WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN
of any kind, will woric for email wag,!
dress xaoie imnn, r u.
BY WOMAN FROM SABFRANCXSCP
pert martter, position iw raHHlry wage
weeaty. u o, uregomaa.4gt,
A COMPErTEirr. HANDY LITTLE
would like to nave nome- to go- to set
7. care uregoman.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN COOK WAN
sitMB in note or logging camp.
11th, cor. Stark.
EXPERIENCED LADY WISHES
work or position as. saleslady Address!
LADY WANTS SMALL CHILD TO
23& Boat 30th st.
WANTED AGENTS. RELIABLE ANT
awake men to represent tha bes a-.ii
extensive line of medium-priced
tailoring. t ah garments made j cre
TK and satisfaction guaranteed 1.'
refunded- Sample outfits containing TO
of ate-latest spring novelties free ?
cation. 1 Writa for particulars a-i J
torrttory at once. Tho lireat t"T'is-
an MUfcr. merchant tailoring 1'oar-:sml
ave, & Van Baton St., Chicago I
WANTED RELIABLE AGENT?
whore to take orders for our unir" jo i
fhe of KediuOT-prfoed, genuine lukle-"
etotMng; ao capital required --2
Write immediately tor partKniiixs oal
emstve territory, giving ref c-e" tcs.
fftuoemg Co.. Z12-2IS FranKUn ez
WANTEDAGENTS IN EVERY T"
take action far Kosher sausage smciceti
picMod moostp, tongwes, pure "nt e
fat, etc., for Chicago house w a
oommieslon. Address, seating pi?-"
erenees, ete., D 38, care Fori &
AGENTS ON SALARY OR MMT-Sa
the greatest agnate' seller rver prtf
very near at pom. ad ink buys t n
38- t M per oast profit, one ag"
amauatMl to MBS m six dnvs inr ir
two hours. Monroe JMg. Co.. X 4, La '