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THE SUNDAY OBEGOSriAar, PORTrANB, AUGUST 26, 1900.
CAPE NONE BOOM BURST
HARD X.T7CK STORT FROM
Heat Rushed la to Find Gold That
Qid.Sot Exist, and Are Nott Anx
ious to Get Home.
WASKC3r02C, Au& '.20. Th heavy
run of alluring" stories setting forth the
fabulous -wealth of Cape :Nbme,-has fallen
off very materially of late, and Instead
-era repeated reports that Cape Js'ome Is
a much overrated goia field, which, -while
It possesses cold and -wealth. Is a bad
place for the vast majority of fortune
seekers. Among- those -who forsook a
good livelihood In the States to find
wealth fa JXome -was a prominent attor
ney of "Washington, Just returned, -who
gives anything: but a flattering descrip
tion of the new gold fields. He says:
"The conditions at 2Come this Summer
are such as to make a heart that is
humble content -with his home almost
anywhere else. I arrived at Nome May
8, and found the camp hardly changed
to general appearance since last FalL
Probablr 2300 people -wintered there.
Uig-bt hundred arrived from Dawson and
the Yukon River between February and
April, coming- 3500 miles by dog teams.
These people had money, and knew
enough of the country to bring the cash
Instead of letters; .of credit. They also
came -with Klondike Ideas "oT values, and
paid any old price for a business location,
md those of them -who had not the price
showed their appreciation of the value of
real estate by Jumping every unoccupied
Jot in sight. The consequence -was that,
although -we -were the first Spring new
comers to arrive, -we found real estate
prices at the top notch. Fourteen thou
sand dollars -was refused for a "vacant lot
on Front street, tho only business street
in the city, and nono -was offered for less
"The first gold news for us "was that
530,000 in dust had been brought in from
the beach diggings at the mouth of Top
kok River, 40 miles cast of Nome. The
etrike there -was made In April, and it
was -worked out -when -we arrived. It Is
estimated that $400,000 was taken out
-there; $30,000 in dust had been brought In
from one of XJndblom's placer claims, on
a creek near town, and -work was said
to have begun on the creeks. Some scat
tering rockers were at work on the beach,
and even on parts of Front street east of
the line of buildings. Everything looked
promising. Dog teams were in great de
mand for local transportation. The great
Heet of ships began to arrive June S, and
irom then until the .end of June there
wore dally Trom 75 to as high aB 65 ships
anchored off the Nome beach.
"It Is .estimated that $2,000,000 worth of
freight was piled along the beach during
that month. Colonel "Wright, who Is there
as Deputy Collector of Customs, told mo
lie could ray 'from ships' reports to him
that as many as 18,000 people had arrived
by tho end of June. However, I know of
one ship reporting 500 passengers .when in
fact she carried 1100, and the total would
also bo Increased by many sailing ves
sels not reporting .at all. There were at
one time 25,000 people there.
"While the people kept coming, the
pold dust did not. Prospectors returned,
eaying the .whole country for hundreds of
miles was staked two or three times over.
Others said that what was staked was no
good. Stocks of goods and mining .ma
chinery were sold for less than the freight
cost. A syndicate owning land on Front
street, which had refused .$300 per front
foot In the middle of June, was glad to
sell some -of It at 533 per foot by -the
middle of July. "We were told to wait for
rain to fill tho creeks for sluicing, and
then the camp would boom. But the rain
has not come, and the senson Is nearly
gone, Moreover, there ar few claims In
chape to take advantage of the rain,
should it come.
"The boach, so far as Nome Is Inter
ested in It, Is unquestionably a failure. It
has been worked out. I mean as a gen
eral proposition Occasionally a small
ispot Is struck where the pay streak seems
to have been untouched. It is perhaps
too early to pass judgment on Nome as
a mining camp. There are unquestionably
eomo rich claims These are the alien
claims now In litigation and in the hands
of a rocelx'cr. But I have had the most
discouraging reports from men who have
no interests to soil, but went there to buy.
J. K. Birch, who developed one of the
best mines of Cripple Creek, and who is
t thorough miner, was a-fel!owpassen-
gor of mine returning. He gave me a list
of the crooks his party had visited. The
list fills a good-sized sheet of letter paper,
and embraces all tho well-known terri
tory around Nome. They spent money in
prospecting, and wont there to buy, but
found nothing which they thought good
"WASHINGTON. Aug:. 20. Pensions
"have been granted as follows:
Oregon Increase, Richard S. Ruther
ford, Ontario. JS; Joh'n Kline, King's Val
ley, 5S: original. John R. Scott, Joseph. JG.
"Washington Original, Thomas J. May
nard. 1ayton, $6; Daniel Neely, Silverton,
(6; Wheelock W. Carpenter, Pullman. $10.
ildaho Original, John Egers, Soldiers'
Borne, Boise, $10.
On Thursday Next, August 30
At Central Auction Rooms
CORNER ALDER AND PARK, the furniture,
carpets, etc . from private residence, com
prising X'phoNterod parlor furniture, fancy
rockers. In oak and mahoranv flnis-h, oalc
center tablet-, velour and leather - covered
coudien, lx4 leunce, pood Brussels, carpets,
lac curtains, pictures, oaU dining sjlt. In
cluding Ktdeboard. extension tabV snd chairs,
oak hall tit v. "white cnamt-UJ iron beds, -with
nr&se trimn.incfc, Taodfrn bedroom sets, with
ITrmch plalu mirrors, w oven-wire prlnss;
jntttrw8es. pillows toiletware, household
treasure , pood cook oe and other effects.
ALSO GOOD TLAT-TOP DESK, OFFICE
Sale at 10 A M.
GEO. BAKKR & CO., Auctlonsers.
We shall shortly hold an auction for the
fine furnishing of JO-room residence. Includ
ing Mahogany, blrdeye maple and oak fur
niture. Wilton carpets etc Full particulars
later. Both phones
GEO. BAKER CO.. Auctioneers.
$125 for Lot
ON MOUNT TA
bor Heights, one
half block from
KORELL. 55 Stark st.
120 for 100x100
5n Park Addition to Alblna, on car line.
C K KOKELL. 2X5 Stark st.
Telephone or call on us for first
Portland Lumbering & Manf. Co.,
Tel. Main 340. Foot Lincoln St.
$150 for 3 Lots
In ilount Tabor Villa one corner and two In
side), In block adjoining car line. A snap.
C H KORELL. 235 Stark St.
On Portland real estate at lowest rates. Titles
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
"POKTEANU. AnrTSsT 8 P. M, Maximum
temperature, 70; t minimum temperature, E8;
river readies- at 11 A. it, -4.6 feet; change In
the past 54 hours. 0.4 foot; total precipitation,
6 P. 1L to 6 P. it, 0.20 Inch; total precipita
tion since Sept. 1. 1599, 40.72 Inches; normal
precipitation since Sept., 1. 1839. 46.65 laches;
deficiency. 5.83 inches; total sunshine Aug. 24,
0:30; possible sunshine Aug. 24. 13:42.
Pnclflo Coast Weather.
2 arwind, ""a
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J 3 OS1 -t? 2.0
STATIONS. S ' o -a v
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060.001 61W (Clear
Baker. City .......
iAmi noi-rr! TD,in
S2 0.00 O W
5210.00 10 NW
5610.00 If NW
Helena .... ........
Kamloops, B. C...
lUVtU.W llTt 1
MIA AA l ... -I
17010 20114 NW
Bed Bluff ......:
InOTO OOl It ST".
Boscbyrc J70J ltNB
bocramento . lO&jO. 00114 SW
Salt Lake 82!O00 6 S
San Francisco ......0S O.COilsisw
Seattle .cef 6Jn"
Walla Walla J76'0.0414W
' The pressure has Increased along the coast
and fallen dyer Idaho. Light to moderately
hea-fy showers, haie occurred from the North
Padflc east to the Great Lakes. It Is unsea
sonably warm In the- Interior of California, but
in the North Pacific States It la cooler than
usual. The Indications are for fair -weather
In this district, except in Southern Idaho,
'where- shower weather Is expected.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28 hours
ending at midnight Sunday, Aug. 26:
Oregon Fair In northwest, clearing In south
and east portions; -warmer, except near coast;
Washington Fair and warmer, except near
coast; southwest to northwest- -winds.
Idaho Fair in north, threatening, with show
ers, in south portion; cooler In southeast por
tion; -warmer in north portion; south to west
Portland and vicinity Fair and wanner, with
EDWARD A BEALS. Forecast Official.
ALISKYS WINTER GARDEN,
ALIBKY'S WINTER GARDEN,
ALISKYS WINTER GARDEN,
THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
THIRD AND MORRISON ST&
VENETIAN LADT TROUBADOURS,
"VENETIAN LADT TROUBADOURS,
VENETIAN LADT TROUBADOURS,
EVERT EVENING AND WEDNESDAT
.AND SATURDAY MATINEES.
DINNER FROM 5 TO 8 P. M.. CO CENTS.
Every Elk in the city Is earnestly requested
to meet with the parade committee In Elks'
lodgeroom, Marquam building. Sunday after
noon. Aug. 20, at 1 o'clock. '
ALEX BWEEK, E. R.
The chairmen of carnival committees appoint
ed by all fraternal, trades'and labor organiza
tions are requested to meet at Elks carnival
headquarters Tuesday evening, Aug. 28. at 8
o'clock. a. L. BAKER.
Chain-nan Parade Committee.
NOTICE The general carnival committee of
all the camps of Woodmen of the World will
meet at Woodmen'sHall Sunday at 2 o'clock P.
M-. to act on report of subcommittee. A full
attendance Is asked for. By order of
P. A MACPHERSON,
Chairman of General Committee.
PROSPECT CAMP. NO. 14a WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD Esteemed neighbors, you
are hereby notified of the death of our es
teemed neighbor, H. M. Duntley. Funeral
notice Monday. GEO. TV. TABLER, Clerk.
POINTER Aug. 22. 1800, Edward Rufus, in
fant son of Theodore and Arvllla Pointer, of
Sjlvan. Washington County. Or., aged 1
month and 18 days.
EDWARD HOLMAH, Undertaker, 4th,
and Yamhill sts. Rena Stlnson. lady
assistant. Both phones Ko. GOT.
Flnley, Kimball fe Co., Undertakers.
Lady assistant. 27S Third nt. Tel. O.
F. S. Dunning, Undertaker, 414-East
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both phones.
Floral pieces; cut flowers. Glarke
Bros., 2S9 Morrison. Both phones.
17 POUNDS DRY GRANULATED SUGAR. $1,
with all central orders of erocerles of $3
and upwards; 10 pounds, ?1, where there Is
no other purchase. Hewitt carries the same
coffee and teas he carried at 185 Third st.;
all fresh goods. 3 packages Lion coffee, 40c;
nice Craw ford peaches, 45c per box. We h&vo
peaches from 30e per box up, according- to
size. Tomatoes (ripe), 25c per box; solid
packed tomatoes. t5e per dozen. In cans;
dairy butter (sweet), 35c per roll; 2 dozen
fresh ranch eggs. 36c, guaranteed. The City
Cash Grocery Co., Incor., 412 "Washington
St., opposite GUman's auction house. Phones
Clay 007. Columbia 3. Only one store. We
W. A WATSON AND G. W. BECK. Pro
prietors and managers of the Portland auo
tlon-rooms. All kinds of goods bought and
sold, and a general auction business done.
W. A ' Watson, up-to-date auctioneer. 2G3
First street, comer tMadlsoa, Portland.
12 CANS DETLED HAM. 45c: 7 LB3. ARM
and Hammer -soda, 25c; . Schillings' baking
powder, 1-lb. can. 55c; -lb. can. 20c; 12-lb.
box soda crackers, 55c; 6 bars Babbitt's Best
soap, 25c. McKlnnon Grocery Co., 173 Third
FOR SALE THE RIDER BLOCK. IN FOR
ct Groe. 4tXhc400 feet; fine house, elegantly
furnished; electric lights, hydrant and well
water. Price $5000: terms -easy. Inquire of
G. C. Rider, at 345 First st.
FOR HENT-SIX-ROOM, HARD-FINISHED
house; Bull Ruh water; Spokane avenue.
Sellwood. near cars. Inquire 2S7 Front st.
WTD-EXPERIENCED MARKER AND
assorler. Apply at Union Laundry Co.. 53
TOR SALE AT A BARGAIN SIX-ROOM
house at end of JlontaUlIa car line. T. C
WANTED-SIX SET OREGON CODES.
Old Book Store. 22a Tamhlll street.
LAST WEEK9f n1?" In trunks and
Co. 231 Morrison st.
IN TABASCO AD
dltlon. C. H. KORELL,
235 Stark st
At bargains and on easy terms. W. H. FEAR.
Charnbervof Commerce. '
60 x 100.. CORNER
of 21st and Gllsan.
$2600; only $600
cash. bals.nRA ?nr5
C S. KORELL. 235 Stark st
BRICK FOR SALE
Any one wishing to buy brick will do well to
see Cooke Bros. Blng up at Sylvan, at our
CHOICE 50x100 FEET ON
Kearney, near 24th, front
ing south; $1850.
C H. KORELL. 235 Stark st.
On Improved dty and farm property, at lormt
currant rates. Butldlag loans. Icstallraeal
loans. Mscmsxtcr A Btrrall. ail Woretstcr Nk.
WANTED-HOUSES TO RENT
We have a number of people wait
In kt tor suitable houses. If you have
property for rent list the same "n-Ith
us and secure good tenants. We col
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
Auction and Commission
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer
Specta! Auction Sale of Elegant House
hold Furniture, and Upright Plans,
(CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE)
"We are Instructed to Hell Toy public
auction tomorrow (Monday), Angast
7, at 10 o'clock A. M., at 411 Wash
ington street, tot foreclose chnttel
mortsage, the fine upright piano,
standard, .make, In handsome mahog
any, case, an excellent instrument;
also Axmlnster and velvet carpets of
the latest patterns; art squares, sizes
14 by 13 and 14 by 10 feet; couches,
In velonr of the best material and
upnolstcrlne; pretty ingrain car
pets; costly Inlaid table; handsome
oak' rockers; chairs, nicely uphol
stered; "Wakefield rockers; tiro
handsome mirrors; very handsome
solid sroldcn oak bedroom suit, com
plete, serpentincsrlass, swell front;
odd dressers; bedsteads; fine white
wool top mattresses; the Tbest wire
sprinsr; toilet sets with Jars; mahog
any rockers; dish closet; 20 yards
linoleum; window shades; lace cur
tains; handsome solid oak hall raek;
Peerless Gem Cooking; range) com
modes; very handsome solid oak
sideboard with plate-slabs mirror,
of the latest deslnn; finely carved;
10-foot 'oak extension table; hand
some Morris chair; arm dining chairs
en suite; two Sunbeam air - tight
stoves, complete. Also a large lot
of erraniteware; White toilet sets;
crockery and kitchenware.
N. B. This fine furniture has been
used but a short time, and we in
vite the attention of buyers of line
goods to this, sale, 10 A. M. Monday,
August 27, at 411 "Washington street,
i S. L. N GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Household Fur
niture, CarpctSi EtCi
"We are Instructed to sell by public
auction on Tuesday, August 28, at
10 A. M., at 411 "Washington street,
the furniture of residence, includ
ing! Handsome couches, in velonr
and- leather;' pretty rockers and
chairs of various designs; center ta
bles; almost-new carpets, latest vat
terns; bedroom sultd, in solid wal
nut, and oak springs, mattresses, bed
comforters, spreads, feather pillows,
oak sideboard, extension tables, din
ing chairs, parlor organ, 80 almost
new bedsteads (singles), with woven
springs and mattresses, suitable for
spare rooms, washstands, bed loung
es, about SO books (standard medical,
etc.). Buyers will find this an excel
lent opportunity to purchase. Tues
day, August 28, 10 A. M., 411 Wosh-
f ingion street.
8. L. X. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Ladles' Woolen Checked Skirt
and White Pique Skirts,
We have had consigned to us for
positive sale by public auction 100
white plane skirts 'and 75 woolen
checked skirts. They will, be sold
on Wednesday, Angast 20, at 411
Washlngrton street, begrinninK at 10
A. M., and continuing: until all are
sold. The ladles can have them at
their own price. Remember, Wednes
S. L, Ti. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Household
We will sell by public auction on
Friday next, August 31, at 10 A. 31.,
removed to 411 Washlngrton street,
the furniture and fittings of resi
dence, Including parlor, dining
room and slttinsr-room furniture.
Sale Friday IO A. M.
S. L. X. OILMAN, Auctioneer.
BY J. T.
Household-Furniture, Lady's Writ
iner Desk",6 Acorn Hanffe, Etc.,
Corner of Prettyman and Prospeot avenues,
three blocks south of Prettyman Station, on
the Sunnyslde and Mount Tabor car line,
Monday, August 27, at 10 A. M.
Instructed by the owner. Mrs. Warnaker,
who Is IcaUng the city, I will on the above
date sell the contents of her neatly furnished
cottage, comprising. In part: Parlor suit. In
plush; parlor rockers; lady's writing desk; ex
tension table and dining chairs; couch; Brus
sels and wool carpets: very fine Acorn range:
three bedroom suits, -svlth springs and mat
tresses; kitchen cupboard and kitchen utensils;
garden tools, etc, etc
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Household Furniture, Blind Bag
gage, Large Pair of Antlers, Etc.,
at Salesroom, 182 First Street, oa
Wednesday, August 20, at 10 A. M.,
CONSIGNED TO THE SALESROOM FOR
CONVENIENCE OF SALE. THE COMPLETE
FURNISHINGS OF TWO 6ROOM HOUSES.
COMPRISING. IN PART: Ten oak. ash and
black -walnut bedroom suits, with springs,
mattresses, pillows, blankets, sheets and
quilts; fine black walnut extension table; oak
and ash -extension tables; dining chairs; large
wardrobe; chiffonier; bed lounge and couches;
upholstered rockers and easy chairs; Brussels
and Ingrain carpets; rugs; lace curtains; por
tieres: hanging and other lamps; toiletware
and dishes; kitchen treasure and kitchen ta
bles; GOOD BRIDGE-BEACH RANGE, AND
OTHER COOK STOVES. ALSO LADY'S AND
TWO BOYS' BICYCLES: FLAT-TOP DESK.
AND FIVE PIECES OF BLIND BAGGAGE.
SUPPOSED TO CONTAIN WEARING AP
PAREL AND OTHER VALUABLE GOODS
SOLD BY ORDER OF THE PROPRIETORS
OF THE BREWSTER HOTEL. ALSO ABOUT
50 DOZEN MASON'S FRUIT JARS. .
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Men and Boys' Suits, Boots and Shoes,
Ladles' Shoes, Etc, at Salesroom,
.1S2 First Street, Fridar, August 31,
at 10 A. M.
I HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER CON
SIGNMENT OF MEN'S SUITS. ,-IN SACK
AND CUTAWAT COATS; BOYS' SUITS:
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND SHOES:
LADIES SHOES. ANLVA MISCELLANEOUS
LOT OF OTHER USEFUL GOODS. -WHICH
I WILL SELL ON THE ABOVE DATE.
1. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
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ing Rooms," 'Situations Wanted," IB lrorda or
Iras, IB cents; 16 to SO words, 20 cents; 21 to 23
words. 23 cents, etc. No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today," 20 cents for IB words or less; IS to 20
words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. CO cents, etc.
first Insertion. Each additional insertion, one
half; no further discount under one month.
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cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per line
for each additional insertion. v
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
?550 Beautiful quarter, Alblna Homestead,
near Union ave.
?550 S fine lots In Columbia Heights, ad
joining Woodlawn; worth $10v0 today.
$1250 Fractional lot and S-room nouse, 354
San Rafael, Alblna. Renting for $10. $50 to
$100 cash, balance Installments.
$1500 Corner, 8-room house, large barn. E.
. 10th and Faclflc, near new .factory.
$2000100x100, modern house, E. 21st-Hoyt.
50x100, modern cottage, 675 East Stark.
$24002 sightly lots and desirable cottage.
Page st. and Gantenbeln ave.
$1850 Modern 7 - room house, E. 16th and
Ash. Now renting for $15.
$2200 Quarter block and two-story house,
Weldler and Union ave. ; a fine bargain.
2 lotAand 7-room house, N. E. cor. E. 22d
and Couch. r .
Corner and S-room house, 604 E. Alder..
$1600100x100, 8-room .house and barn, B.
24th and Weldler sts.
$21002 acres, facing Hawthorne ave.
$12007 1-3 acres on Mt. Scott car line,
under good cultivation, not far out.
$230060x100, modern 8-room house. Holla
$1500 Corner and modem 6-rqom cottage.
E. 23d and Ivon sts.
$1300 Corner lot and good cottage, Holla
Lot and desirable cottagfS, 544 Kerby.
50x100 and cottage, 611 Vancouver ave.
Several sightly lots near Brooklyn School:
will sell very low and on ( easy terms; will
furnish purchasers money to build houses
with if desired.
$150066x100 and 7-room house, 31st and H.
, $S00 Business lot, Mississippi avenue, near
$3200100x100 and 4, cottage. East 12th
and Market: pays good. interest.
$16002 acres and half. WIbergo Lane;
Improved and very desirable.
$950 South-front lot. E. Oak, near 14th.
$1650 Quarter block, Houaday's Addition,
saioo 3 lots, e. 17th and, Weldler.
$2400-3 lots, E. 17th and. Tillamook, Irv
lngton. Will sell separately.
6 acres of improved land 'near tho Haw-,
uiorne car line; very reasonable;
$3200 Large lot. 8 cottages and largo store
building, all rented; pays good interest; Pow
ell and East 2Cth sts.
The above Is a -partial list qf properties
owned by a foreign mortgage company. The
prices are low and the terms easy.
CHOICE WEST SIDE 3UXS
S31SO soxioo, 8 rooms; TJoto HHJ.
$5000 2 beautiful lots In' best part of Nob
$35002 lots, 23d, near Johnson.
$320050x100 and S-robnf aouse, Gllsan St.,
near 10th. A special snap.
$7500 72x100, with modern; dwelling-, 17th
and Tamhlll. This Is closetnJproperty, and
the lots are worth more than the price asked.
$7000 Corner lot, with' larger modern house,
17th and Washington. r - ,
$1650 Lot 50x100, Second and College.
60x100 and 2-story, well-built house, 831
Chapman; very sightly.
$12.600 100x100 and ,lsxca. Ann modern
house, beautiful shrubbery; one of the best
houses In Nob Hill; great 'snap.
$600 to $700 Lots In 'North Portland, near
new Eastern mill; will furnish money with
which to build if desired.
$170060x100, Irving, between 23d and 24th.
The largo brick castle on Seventh-street
Terraces will be sold at a sacrifice, or ex-
cnange ror vacant property
Block facing N. P. Railroad, 19th and Wil
son. Warehouse property.
$6500 Quarter block, ,10th and Johnson.
Warehouse property. Easy terms.
50x100 and cottage, 330 N.-I8U1.
$150060x100, 6 rooms, N. 17th; Just tho
place for teamster. . '
$2100 South-front lot on Irvlnff, Just east
$2700 Corner and 3 cottages, 11th and
Kearney. Paying 7 per cent uet on $2800.
60x100 and cottage, .800 Corbett.
Corner and 9-room house, 840 First.
125x100 on Thurman, between 21st and 22d.
Desirable buys on Portland Heights and
Favorable terms on any of the above.
' GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN, 246 Stark.
$85060x100. NICE LOT. ON BENTON ST.,
near ''steel bridge. A snap.
$650 37xl00 on Benton St.; good.
$85063x100 in Holladay's Addition, near
the Holladay Park. Investigate.
$3250 Lot, with 2 cottages, on 21at st.,
near Glisan, West Side. Look at It.
$2100 Nice lot, 5-room house, choice loca
tion, on Larrabee st.; easy payments.
$1800 Corner, SOxlOO central. East Side,
13th. 5-room cottage; very sightly.
$3500 Largo lot, two 0-room houses, sight
ly location, East Side; easy trms.
$2000 Lot. 2 houses, 6 and 8 rooms; good
value, fair location. East Side.
$1600 buys 10 acres, 3 miles from center of
city, on car line.
$050 buys good lots on E. Ankeny.
$500 buys good lots on E. Couch, on easy
monthly payments. Investigate.
F. W. TORGLER, 100 Sherlock building.
TOU CAN'T MAKE ABETTER INVESTMENT
than to buy that beautiful lot on Caruthers
st., between Third and Fourth, with two 6
room cottages, modern,' neat and new, for
A good 7-room house on East Ninth St.,
near Ankeny, for $1000. "
A strictly modern 5-room cottage at High
land for $850.
An acre at Mount Tabor, with good house,
Two good building lots near East Ankeny
car lino for $100.
A nice 5-acre chicken and fruit place at
Clackamas, with house, barn and other build
ings, for $650.
Elegant building lots near Mount Tabor car
line, this side of Sunnyslde, to sell cheap and
on easy terms; or will build to suit pur
chaser on payments like rent.
R. H. DUNN, 14034 First st.
CHEAP EAST SIDE HOMES FOR SALE
Corner lot on East 14th and Pine sts., with
good 10-room house, furnace .and concrete
' walks, only $4000. Lot, with cottage, on
East Eighth st.. near Bblmont. only $1300.
Corner lot on East 10th and Oak sts., with
large C-room cottage. In excellent order,
$2050; or will divide lot. Lot and 8-room
house on East Eighth St., near Burnside,
$2350. Two lots on Schuyler St., near East
17th, $750 each, and will build houso to suit
purchaser at cost. Easy terms and payments
on the Installment plan on. all the above If
desired. Russell & Blyth, 82 Third st.
WE HAVE JUST SOLD THE LOTS KNOWN
as Nos. 1 and 2, .block J22,v Stephens' Addi
tion, on East 11th and Market sts., and will
now offer for a short time only that half
block Immediately to the s6uth known as
lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, block 123, on the same
liberal tgrms. Two of these lots are Im
proved and tvo unimproved. THIS SALE IS
ANOTHER ONE OF OUR SNAPS. Let us
show you the property. It Is within easy
walking distance from uur office.;
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND.
Phone Grant 201. 241 Stark, cor. 2d.
COUNTRY PROPERTY AT A SACRIFICE
$2000, one-half cash, balance long tlmo at
7 per cent, will buy a beautiful little farm
of 80 acres, all under fehce; 20 acre3 Im
proved, good frame house and barn, well
and living water, 100 assorted fruit trees;
2V& miles from steamboat landing on Lake
River, and 22 miles from Portland; good
neighborhood, close to school, store ahd post
ofilce; Improvements cost moro than we ask
for the place. This Is a decided bargain.
LAMBERT & SARGENT, 383 E. Wash. st.
DO TOU WANT A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
We will sell at a great sacrifice. If taken
before Sept. 1, a beautiful 2-acre tract, near
Hawthorne car line, Just" outside the olty
limits. If you are looking for a bargain,
don't miss this chance. w
LAMBERT & SARGENT. 383 E. Wash. st.
FOUR-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. PLENTY
fruit; Mayor Gates' Addition, $075. 14-room
lodging-house, newly furnished; centrally lo.
cated, $1600. Nice four-room house and lot
In North Alblna, $650. 245 Morrison street,
FOR SALE I WISH TO SELL CITY Busi
ness property, only partially Improved; now
paying over 7 per cent net on price asked.
Call at my office, in Washington building,
for particulars. H. H. Northup, owner.
GOOD Frvn-ROOM COTTAGE, TO BE RB
moved from 22d and Lovejoy; only $15. 6
acres with good Improvements, South Mount
Tabor: a bargain. Hdrtman, -Thompson &
Powers, 8 Chamber of Commerce.
$450-J. W. OGILBEE, ROOM 11. 1454 FIRST
street. Neat, plain 4-room cottage, with
large lots, well fenced; S blocks south of
Hawthorne car line, at Sunnyslde. Makes a
nice little home.
25 LOTS WITH ELEGANT MODERN SIX
room house and bath. Joins Piedmont near
car line and bicycle paths; young orchard;
cheap; easy terms. Dr. Swain, 713 Dekum
FOR SALE SIX ACBES OF LAND, WELL
Improved; l miles, east of Sellwood. In
quire at Sellwood. on Spokane avenue. b
tweea Eighth and Nlnth. "John Dollansky.
A 7-ROOM HOUSE. $000: LOTS JN MTTI.t.
BOtnab, $250. CO Goldsmith street, Alblna. J
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.-
FOR SALE OR LEASE FINE HOME IN
Irving-ton; two lots; reasonable; or will lease
two years, furnished, to family with no
Email children. Address C 05. Oregonlan.
FOUR-ROOM. HARD-FINISHED. HOUSE
and lots, one block from car line, Glencoe
Addition. A bargain; easy terms. Apply to
R. W. Schracer, care Alnsworth Bank.
53000 WEST SLOPE MOUNT TABOR; OVER
2 acres and T-room house; very desirable
home; best buy In Portland's beat suburb.
Hart Land Co.. 107 Sherlock building;
FOR SALE, A SACRIFICE MODERN Su
burban home, two lots, S-roorn bouse; nice
barn; city water; one block from. car. Call
or address B. F. Smith. Sellwood.
FOR SALE 40-ACRE FARM OF FINE LEV
el land, all under fence and cultivation; near
Portland. Price 31500, by a F. Pfiuger,
agent. .No. 148 Second street.
ALONG AND NEAR. THE COAST. FLACES
suitable for stock, fruit, vegetables, etc:
good bargains. Wrlto. for particulars. Ma
rlon Ruble. Waldport. Or.
$350 CHOICE HOME SITE. CORNER, lOOx
250; beautifully situated, west slope Mount
Tabor. RIgsen Real Estate Co., 30-31 Mc
HAVE TOU ANY USE FOR SIX ACRES OF
good improved land near city? I wilt sell,
trade or lease. Address F 105, Oregonlan.
$2000 FINE QUARTER BLOCK. McMIL
len's addition, overlooking river. Rlggen
Real Estate Co.. 30-31 McKay building.
FOR SALE COTTAGE! TWO LOTS AND IM
provemonts. Klnscl Park Addition. Apply
Charles Van Stralen, 245 Morrison.
STOCK RANCH FOR SALE OR Ex
change; 40 acres timothy; good mountain
ranso. Address A 100. Oregonlan.
$600 WILL BUT 20 ACRES FINE LAND ON
Baso Line road, near city limits. Owner,
room 42. 227 Washington street.
A BIG SNAP: ONLT .$1830 FINE QUAR-ter-block
on East Burnside. close In. Apply
to owner. Room 42, Washington.
FOR SALE FrVE-ROOM COTTAGE, WEST
Side; owner going East; good bargain. Ad
dress N 107, care Oregonlan.
FOR, SALE CHEAP NICE SEVEN-ROOM
house; choice location; Nob Hill. Address
H 113, care Oregonlan.
HOUSES AND POTTAGES FOR SALE: ALSO
bakery. Eramony & Emmons, 023-23 Chamber
of Commerce building.
$4500 FULL LOT. TWO BLOCKS FROM Ho
tel Portland. Rlggen Real Estate Co.. 30-31
FINE LOT, HOLLADAT'S ADDITION: GOOD
location: only $475 If taken at once. F D4,
WELL-BUILT, MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE,
nearly now; lot 30x100; reasonable. Owner.
61 S Qulmby.
BT OWNER. 2 ELEGANT LOTS, N. E. COR.
28th and .E. "Burnside. Inquire 233 Wash
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. WOODLAWN.
W. Ryan, two blocks east depot.
FOR SALE FARMS.
IMPROVED FARM. 197 ACRES, ONE MILE
trom railroad, three-quarters of a mile rrrm
Lewlsvllle, Clark County, Wash.; good
schoolhouse and church on the farm: 40
acres fine ash timber, near Vancouver, tvssh.
Payments made to suit purchasers. Clear
title. Address Mrs. B. F. Dennlson, Olym
RANCH FOR SALE FRUIT VALLEY, VAN
couver, Clark Co , Wash.: 20 acres; 15 acres
clear, S acres with timber; 1300 bearing
prune trees, with others; house, bam. drier;
30 minutes' walk from Courthouse; will be
sold 'cheap. Inquire on ranch. George Mvrrd
lan, or A Burgun, 284 Third st. Portland.
THE CELEBRATED "HENRY LONG
Farm," at Chehalls, considered by many to
be the best money-making farm In the state,
will be sold by the administrator Bept. t,
either In parcels or as a whole, to the high
est bidder. Full Information by addressing
W. B. Allen, box 817. Chehalls, Wash.
OREGON CITY 100 ACRES ON EAST SIDE
motor line; 60 acres In good cultivation;
sightly; orchard, house, barn, spring water,
crop, 40 head blooded stock, full set of
farm machinery and tools, on half cash,
halanco at 6 per cent. C O. T. Williams.
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.
15 ACRES. BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED;
would make good chicken ranoh, or suitable
for berries or crapes; o miles from Portland;
easy to clear; $35 per acre. V. Schmld, 100
Grand avenue. East Side.
FINE FARM, ON TIME; IN CITY LIMITS;
spring 'houses, barns, 1000 fruit trees. Ad.
dress M 100, care Oregonlan.
WANTED HOUSE AND LOT, CENTRALLY
located, for East Side lot and acreage; will
also give $1000 to $1200 cash If necessary.
Address X 80, car Oregonlan.
FOR EXCHANGE IMPROVED CITY PROF
crty In Harrlsonville, Mo., near Kansas City,
for Portland property. Address H ICO, car
WANTED TO EXCHANGE SOME OREGON
mining stock for a typewriter; no objection
to. make. James E. Cole, Fort Wright,
TO EXCHANGE THREE LOTS IN TRE
mont Place, for property in Omaha, Neb.
Address J.W. Cutrlght, 2024 Burt St., Omaha.
.QIJARTER-BLOCK IN SELLWOOD
Tiouse and lot or outside property,
dress L 100, care Oregonlan.
TO TRADE 80 ACRES OF NEW LAND IN
Coos County for good team. Address B B0.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED TO PURCHASE GOOD COTTAGE
on North Beach; must be oa rldgo. Address
K 07, care Oregonlan.
TIMBER. LAKDS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE TRACTS OF TIM
ber, all -of which we are prepared to guar
antee. Hartman, Thompson & Powers. 3
Chamber of Commerce.
TIMBER CLAIMS A FEW GOOD ONES
left; will locate either homestead or scrtv,
for reasonable consideration. Address Y 78,
Oregon and Wash, timber lands: school lanrf.
logging chances, claims, scrip, mill sites, etc
J. L'. Martin & Co., Benson block, Portland.
FOR SALE, CHEAP HALF-SECTION TIM
ber land on Coal Creek, Cowlitz County,
Washington. J. E. Michael, Montavllla, Or.
TIMBER CLAIM LOCATORS WITH GOOD
claims please send their address to W. E.
Everon. 545 Hood st.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 05 ACRES OF LAND IN
Clackamas County; 00 acres in cultivation;
terms strictly cash; large barn and granary,
houso and outbuildings. Apply for Informa
tion 776 Overton st.
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE.
FAMOUS BRITAIN FOX AT STUD, HIGH
grade does for sale, that will bring you m
more for amount Invested than anything
purchasable. Los Angeles Benglan Haro Co.
240 Fifth street, Portland. Phone Clay 081
THE BONANZA RABBITRT; FINE HEAVY
welght pedigreed Belgian hares for sale. On
Macadam road, Fulton.
PEDIGREED HARES FOR SALE; FINE
buck servlco, $3. Central avenue, Sixth St.,
Los Angeles Rabbitry, 604 Oregon St., Port
land: low prices. Prince Yukon. Jr.. fee $10.
Los Angeles Rabbitry. 604 Oregon St., Port
land; low prices. Prince Yukon. Jr., fee $10.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
OPTICAL BUSINESS, COMPLETE STOCK.
Including trial case, opthalmoscope; very
cheap on-account of health; will give com
plete course to buyer if desired; cheap rent
and a nice, profitable profession for gentle
man or lady; $350. A 00, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE STANDARD-BRED IRISH SET
ter pups; whelped July 20; sire Griffith Rex.
dam Jo 2nd. Address P. O. box T, Salem,
A NUMBER OF ELEGANT SECOND-HAND
machines. New Home, Singer and White, $3,
U0 and $15. J. s. Crane. ZM Morrison st.
Typewriters, all makes rented and sold; expert
repairing; office supplies and desks. Coast
Agency Co.. 266 Stark st. Both phones.
FINE RATTERS. PERSIAN
Kittens, guinea-pigs, canaries, I
mocking-birds, red birds.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SEWING-MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLT
damaged machines. Singer, White. New
Home, and Wheeler & Wtlsna. at astonishing-
low prices. 335 Morrison street. Mar
FOR, SALE FRESH COWS; GOOD ONES.
First house west of reservoir No. 2, Bectloa
Line road. Phone White C23.
FINE ALTAMONT DRIVING" HORSE. RESI
dence, Ockley Green, on St John's motor
line, or address Box 550. City.
FOR SALE 150 HEAD OF DRAUGHT AND
driving horses: broke anil unbroken. W. L.
Archambeau. Fifth and Irving.
FOR SALE WOOD- OF ALL KINDS:
prompt delivery: Oregon phone- Travis
Bros.. 4i Everett, near 13th.
GOOD FAMILT HORSE. HARNESS AND
ph&oton:. gentle: lady can drive;, good trav
eler. Thos. McCusker. city.
GOOD MILCH COW FOR SALE INQUIRE
first house on Mechanlq street,vott Union ave
nue: Cloverdale. x
FOR SALE MOUNTAIN WAGON. HEAVx
buggy, light iuggy and single harness. 472
$15 CAMP STOVE CHEAP; CAST-IRON TOP.
steel sides and oven. Address P 102, care
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of. Morrison st.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL. BLACK SKTH
terrier, S months. 107 First, room 0. Call
FOR SALE GOOD FAMILT COW. APPLY
at GST Broadway, corner 20th street. East
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balance $2 per month. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st.
Magic lanterns, new. second-hano. moving oic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$30 TAKES THEM: STORED FURNITURE,
stoves and carpets of 5 rooms. 513 Jefferson.
BEST DRY FHt. WOOD. HOOVER. 313
Water. Phones Ore. South C51. Columbia 83.
FRESH COWS FOR "SALE; ALSO ONB
good work hors. 201 North 18th street.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. ONLT $1; GUARAN
teed. Uncle Myers. 143 Third, near Alder.
Several new and second-hand wagon, bug
gies and surreys. 51 Fourth, near Pine.
FOR SALE A FINE ROW AND SAILBOAT:
half-price. W. G. Beck. 321 Morrison.
FOR SALE CHEAP ELEGANT UPRIGHT
piano. Call 268 Montgomery street.
LARGE SARATOGA TRUNK FOR SALE; A
bargain. 43 Grand ave., head Pine.
ELEGANT BABY CARRIAGE FQR SALE,
cheap. 015 Yamhill st, cor. 16th.
THREE FRESH HIGH-GRADE JERSEYS
for sale. 604 Rodney avenue.
FOR SALE AN EXPENSrVB GO-CART,
cheap. 215 Seventh street.
FRESH COW FOR. SALE. STASIAS. SECOIfD
For Rent Piano.
NEARLY NEW UPRIGHT PIANO FOR
rent, reasonable to responsible party. 141
WestJark, cor. Alder.
FOR RENT TO RESPONSIBLE
Address M., 200, 14th st.
OHOAN. FIRST-CLASS. TO REJJX CHEAP
to right parties. Address U 97. care Ore
gonlan. HELP WASTED MALE.
MACHINE MEN, FURNITURE FACTORY. 2
rip sawyers, sand paperer, $1.75 to $2.50;
cabinetmakers, day or piece work, 20 others,
same kind work; 100 loggers. $2 to $2.75;
woodcutters, 80a to $1; 100 mill and yard
men. $1.75 and $2; R. R. laborers. $2: man
and wife, laundry, $60 and board; polo-cutters,
lc foot: farm hands, $25; hotel and res
taurant help; 1000 hop-pickers, no fee. Call
and name your work. Canadian Agency, 226V&
WANTED ENTERPRISING TRAVELINO
salesmen to represent established financial
house as side line (carry no samples, and
not interfering with present employment)
can Increase their Income materially with.
but little effort and time; give terrltorj
and particulars; splendid opportunity tot
hustlers to make permanent connection. An
dreas P. O. box 2007. New York.
WANTED ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER FOR
manufacturing establishment; not under 21
years, good penman and correct at figures;
must speak, read and wrlto German; ono
with knowledge of shorthand and typewriting
preferred; state experience. Address O 04,
WANTED CAPABLE GENTLEMAN OR
lady to manage branch office to be established
In this city; $1200 yearly salary; state ex
perience, give references; small Investment
required; excellent opportunity to right party.
Mgr. wholesale dept., 502 Star building, Chi
cago. SPECIALTY SALESMEN WANTED TO
place departments of perfumes and toilet ar
ticles In all classes of stores. Very attractive
advertising features. High-class commission
and liberal contract to the right man. The
Elyslan Mfg. Co., Detroit. Mich.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS THOUSANDS
of appointments to be made. Examinations
soon In every state. Circular 174, giving full
particulars, sent free. Write for It today
.to National Correspondence Institute, Wash
ington, D. C.
TRAVELING SALESMEN OF ABILITY FOR
high grade lino appropriate to nearly every
department of trade. References, bond and
entlro time required. Commissions, $18 to
$36 on each sale. P. O. Box Three, Detroit.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS DON'T PRE
pare for any civil service examination with
out seeing our illustrated catalogue of in
formation. Sent free. Columbian Corre
spondence College, Washington, D. C
ESTABLISHED JOBBING HOUSE WANTS
specialty salesmen to call on drug, dry goods
and general store.trade. Commission only;
full tlmo and bona required. Address Man
ager 1006. 185 Dearborn. Chicago. HI.
SALESMEN AUTOMATIC COPYING BOOK.
Just out: sells Itself: needed by every busi
ness man; a bonanza for agents; exclusive
territory. Pershing Mfg. Co., South Bend.
THREE FIRST-CLASS SPECIALTY SALES
men at once. Permanent position. Fall trade
Just opening. Address The Eastorn Mfg. Co..
Manhattan Bldg., Chicago.
A SUCCESSFUL SALESMAN: MUST BE
experienced, well educated and of good ad
dress; no "has beens" need apply. Address
A 106, care Oregonlan.
WANTED EVERYWHERE HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing, good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago, r
WANTED WOODCHOPPHR TO CUT FOUR
foot wood, pine, white fir and tamarack: will
pay $1.40 per cord. Address John Duffy,
STEADY, RELIABLE MEN; EXPERIENCED
solicitors preferred; good commission paid.
Call Tuesday. Aug. 2S, 0 A M., 25 Grand
avenue. North. ,
WANTED A PORTER IN A FIRST-CLASS
barber shop; good wages to proper man. For
particulars apply to Lewls-Stcnger Barbers'
BOY FOR DELrVERY. ETC.. ONB WHO
can get down to business will find steady
work. Portland Oyster Co.. 540 Morrison st.
1O0O HOP-PICKERS. 25c FEE; VARIOUS
places, 35c, 40c; cooks, waiters, dlshwasb.
ers, farmhands. R. G. Drake. 152 First,
ENERGETIC SALESMEN SCHOOL Sup
plies; country work: 5100 salary and extras.
R. O, Eans $ Co., Chicago. 111.
CO WAITERS AND WAITRESSES. ELKS"
carnival; 6 to 10 per cent of receipts. Cana
dian Agency. 220 Morrison.
WANTED OYSTER COOK; EXPERIENCED,
agreeable, good habits. Portland Oyster Co..
519 Morrison street.
WANTED PLATEN PRESSMAN. COMPE
tent to take charge of small pressroom. S 0T,
WANTED A GOOD
nessmaker, at once.
SADDLE AND HAR
Address J. W. Boone,
RELIABLE CLOTHING MAN. WITH GOOD
references, wanted. Address E 06, caro Ore
nrW TfTA'W'l'U'lfc T7m TlTJTTn OTV-IT-e.. ...-i.
live with parents. Address G 101, care Ore.
WANTED PATTERN - MAKERS ; FTRST
class men only. Willamette Iron & Steel
NAmerican Employment- Agency Work for
everybody. 200 Stark St. Phones 443. Col. 362.
STRONG BOY WANTED. APPLY 453
Washington street. 7:30 Monday morning.
AT JUJtrXjIU.IurtJ.V UAJ.XiH. UlT liUUJJ HAH- I
-Ms. Address P. O. box 252, Independence Or. 1
WANTED A COMPETENT CREAM3RY
man. who can do all tho work. Is small
creamery, for a short tlmo only. Creamery,
box 317, Vancouver. Wash.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS CHEMIST AND
anayer. Portland Assay Offlc. 220 Starts.
WANTED-MEN FOR COLUMBIA QUARRY:
wages $2 and $2.23 per day. 6S First, st.
50 HOP-PICKERS WANTED AT 4-W CLAY
street. Call on Monday.
WANTBD-COMFOSITOR. ALVLV S. HAWK;
145 First street.
WANTED GOOD- JAPANESE
HELP WANTED FE3tALE.
WAITRESSES. CITY AND COUNTRT;
cooks, hotels and B.-H.. city and country;
chambermaids. Tha Dattes and city; nursa
glrls. Walla Walla and qlty: man and wife.
laundry. $CO and board; housework. E. O.
""ntJT and city. $12 to $23. 1000 hop-pick-SJS.
0 OFFICE FEE. Call and register.
Canadian Parlors. 226 Morrison,
ANT LADY CAN EASILY MAKE $18 TO $23
weekly by representing us la her locality.
-."5. th? I081"01 t both pleasant and
profitable the year round. I will gladly send
full particulars to all. Eu your spare
time Is valuable, and if you really want to
make on,?y. address, with 2a stamp, Mrs.
2iary Hi feeler. 87 Washington street. Chi
1000 HOP-PICKERS. 25c FEE; O. K. YARDS,
upland, etc.. 40c and lass; COO domestics,
waitresses, nurse girls, hotel cooks, ions
down river, country hotel. $20): boat walt-
ress, SIB; others, city, out; ono for Cascade
Springs (fare): domestics, N. Beach. $13
Baker City. $20; city. $25. It. oTDrSt'
162 First. Not upstairs.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 3 IN
family: no washing; wages, S3 per wee'
must he neat and reliable. 347 Front, near
Market. Mrs. Dr. Cromwell. Country iri
Learn the celebrated Perntn shorthand, short,
simple, legible and swift; personal and mall
lntructIon. Behnke's Pemln Shorthand and
Commercial College 614 Commercial block.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO WORK FOR
half tuition In shorthand or beekeeping.
Behnke's Pornln Shorthand and Commercial
College. 014 Commercial block.
A LADY TO STAY WITH ANOTHER AT
night; room rent fre; neighborhood of 23d
and Kearney. Address Q IOC. care Orego-
GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR
general housework; family of threo. at Hood
River. Address J 107. care Oregonlan.
WANTED A GIRL TO "DO GENERAL
housework and cooking. In small family;
good wages. 344 Salmon street.
50 WAITRESSES AND WAITERS. ELKS
carnival. 5 to 10 per cent of receipts. Cana
dian Parlors. 22CS Morrison.
WANTED BY RELIABLE WHOLESALE
house, middle-aged woman, who can speak
German. P 08. care Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO CARE FOR
child. sleej and eat. home. iti-Tw Scott. Ho
bart-Curtls Hotel. 2C5 14th.
ANTED FIRST - CLASS MILLINERY
trimmers. Apply at Wonder Millinery Co..
cor. Morrlsoa and First sts.
HOP-PICKERS. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
sunbonnets; children's overalls, at Beck's,
272 Washington street.
GIRL TO HELP WITH HOUSEWORK:
small famllv; e-iy place; good wages. 203
East arth. Sunnyslde.
WANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN FOR
general housework la family of two. Apply
4CO Johnson street.
GIRL, ATTENDING SCHOOL. ASSIST
small famllv, near Mt. Tabor School. Call
143 Front street.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED BY WIDOWER:
light work: good home. Address K 100,
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wo.K; family of two; good wages. 708 Ev
GIRL WANTED GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family; no washing. Apply mornings.
754 Irving st.
WANTED TAILORESS TO WORK WITH
pantsmakor. Room 323 Allsky building,
WANTED STENOGRAPHER; $10 PER
month to commence Address K 105, caro
WANTED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
must room at home. Call at 060 East Mor
COMPETENT SALESLADIES ONLY, -FOR
millinery in city. Addross M 108, care Ore
gonlan. WANTED IRONERS FOR LADIES'
clothes, at Union Laundry Co.. 53 Randolph
WANTED A STRONG GIRL TQ HELP IN
kitchen; good wages. 232 Front St., Hotel
WANTED. AT ONCE A YOUNG GIRL TO
assist in general housework. 605 Everett
A WOMAN TO GIVE HYGIENE AND MEDT
catcd baths; nurse preferred. 315 The Do.
COMPETENT GIRL TOR GENERAL HOUSE
worlc: also woman for house-cleaning. 343
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages; call at once. 358 Ross sr.
TVANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN IIOUSE
work and care of children. Call 730 Main st.
GIRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK; PRIVIL
eges of the home. Call 977 East Madison.
WANTED. IN FAMILT OF THREE, A GIRL
to assist In homework. 185 North 17th.
WANTED A GOOD WOMAN FOR OFFICH
work. Call Monday, 315 The Dekum.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and coo'clng. 427 Washington st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of three 568 Hoyt st.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
Apply Monday. 320 Fifth street.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND
cooking; small family. 171 11th.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
work at 351 West Park street.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED A STENOGRAPHER; MUST BB
experienced Address B 104, care Oregonlan.
Bookkeepers and Clerics.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER. 35. SINGLE
and stranger, wants clerical work or position
of trust. Address K 108. care Oregonlan.
COMPETENT CLERK. THREE YEARS' Ex
perience, desires position In wholesale or
retail grocery. V 02, caro Oregonlart
FIRST-CLASS WINDOW - TRIMMER, EX
pert sign writer and decorator, desires po.
sltlon; 11 years Chicago experience: 6 years
with ono firm; excellent Indorsements; terms
reasonable. Address V 06, care Oregonlan.
POSITION WANTED HOTELMAN AND CA
terer, with energy and business ability,
wishes a position as manager or steward la
hotel, club, restaurant or cafe; best of ref
erences. Address C 101, care Oregonlan.
Contract for laborers, domestics, farm, mines
and railroads. Japaneso Laborers' Assn.. 43
N. 4th. Portland. Or. Telephone Black 092.
A FEW HOURS WORK EVENINGS AS
hotel cleric or bookkeeper, by competent man.
Address H 105, caro Oregonlan.
JAPANESE. GOOD COOK. WANTS Posi
tion in small family, do housework; no
washing. K 109. care Oregonlan.
A MAN OF FAMILY WISHES PERMa
nent situation; good hand with team. Ad
dress E 102, care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS POSITION
as chambermaid: steady work and good
wages. Address J. C. Wallace, Sellwood. Or.
WANTED SECOND WORK BY GERMAN
girl. Call Monday at 351 Front and Mill sts.
AN EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WISH
ea engagements by the day. Call or ad
dress 584, Second street.
GOOD DRESSMAKER WISHES FEW MORE
engagements: $1.50 day. Mrs. Hendershott,
372 First st.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. 2C0& MOS