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WANTED ? NOW is the '
Good Wages: Short Hours. Good Food. Permanent Employment.
Nearly Every Department of Industry Suffering
AAA A ! . Av'Ar ;v for -Want' of Labor.; AA.M --,7- M v3v - ; -
V In many localities throughont Oregon farmers are compelled to go out anJ help each other harvest their crops became
enable to hire laborers. '. t - ,-,'v ' . :.' " ;- .y v ;-v - v"...' - : ' y -', - , . , - ;
Small manufacturing- establishments in different parts of the state, such as sawmills; flour mills, planing mills," canneries,'
tty, although paying the highest scale of wages ever known, because they can-,
Ticket may be purchased daily from any part of the United
mines, etc., are unable- to work to their full capac
not jret the necessary help.
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nop growers ana prune growers in tne wmamette vauey are scourine tne country
est wages ever paid for that class of labor. Hop pickers will get $1.10 per 100 pounds.
States to any place in Oregon at the f ollowinf EXCEED-
XIMLUtI iuw kails;
at the rate of $3.60 per day for expert pickers.
KaiJroad, contractors are bidding against one another to secure workmen.
for pickers. Both are offering the high-
raine pickers 7 cents per bushel, or
Atlanta, Ga. $46.75
.Asheville, N. & ...... 46.75
v, - . .1 y Baltimore, Md. ...... ; 49.25
Common Jabor commands $3.00 oer day with - Sirmincham. Ala. 44 jo
steady employment. Good axe-men command $3.60 per day. Seven or eiirht thousand men can easily find work in the railroad Bloominrtonj; JUL ..... 31JJ0
camps of the Northwest . . ' ".-v.;, - vv, ; IStoi mSL'- woo
, : Government reclamation work is'most seriously crippled by the scarcity of labor. The chief engineer of the service makes Buffalo, N. Y. V, 42 50
- the statement that 100 more men and many teams are needed in the Klamath project alone. ; i . . . .; Cairo, 111. ....... 34AS
. The Deschutes recrion. which is one of the wonders of the Northwest as an agricultural producer, is sufferinar for. helo. Chicago, 111. 33.00
Progress on the Deschutes irrigation plant is fatally retarded for want of labor. - .
: Central Oregon, the most attractive section in the United States today, for the pioneer home" builder, needs' men." rlland
' there is cheap and abundant. Much is vet available for homesteading, and can be obtained for almost nothing. ' It is not desert
land, as many suppose. - It is fertile and fabulously productive. Thousands upon thousands of acres will produce cood crops
without irrigation, and with intelligent cultivation can be made into valuable farms. A young man with a team and a few
dollars in money can go into that country now and by diligent work in a few years have a farm worth anywhere from $2,000 to
e best chances. Kai
$8,0,00. Those who go first" will have
sooner the demand the sooner they will be built.
ilroads and other means of development are sure to follow, and the
Detroit, Mich. ........ 39 JO
Des Moines, la. ...... 29.00
Elmira. N. Y. 45.80
Evansville, Ind. 35.00
Indianapolis, Ind ..... 35415
Louisville, Ky. ........ 38.00
Memphis, Tena. 37J0
Mobile, Ala. 46J5
From . ' ; ; . -'Rate. '
Montgomery, Ala. ...... S46.75
. Montreal, Que. . ...iW 48.60
NashviUe. Tenn. ....7Sv?po
jiw tun, it. i. ..... ao.uvw '
Oklahoma. O. T.. 30.00V
reona. ill. 31.00
PhUadelphU, Pa. . . ... . 49.75
Pittsburj;, Pa. ........ 41.00
St Louia, Mo. .'; 30.00
Toronto, Ont. ... . 41.93
Washington, D. C 48J3
Kansas City -St
Council Bluffs ,..;. 25.00
Sioux City "
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WILL HELP. Instructive Literature About Oregon Will Be Sent to Any Address in the
United States FREE.; Send names at once to the General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
rF A fTTirFCS (V A rXl P rp rTDITni Fl IT) A n ITr Railrosd Station in Oregon by Persons nishlng to Send for
:: : r W. McMURRAY, General' j Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon,
PILOTS TO SOUND
-CHAHI1EL TO SEA
Will Begin" Dropping: fcad
Soon, rrom Port of
Portland Tender. ' ' :.
DEEDOES' HAVE BONE 1
r . GOOD'TTOEKIOI? BAES
Saperinteetdent Orore Says There
. Should Be at Least Tweoty-Frre
. Feet of Water in the Rhrer to As
toria Daring Extreme Low Water,
On beaH ef ea tt the rort of Pert
land . teta, eareral ( the rlrer pflots
will baaln a enrrer of the ehaaael from
this ettjr to the aa next weak. - A aur
r ef this character Is made annually
to aacartaln the exaot depth of water
and slnoe the pDots are vitally Inter
eaUd they alware eonaent to do the
work. ' : - -;
. Buperlataadent Orerae of the Port
of Portland, aers the channel Is la good
shape, barter a depth of fully ts feet
t lh present etas of water. It will
fall about three (hL however, whea t
- telnlns Its lowest etage ee that at low
water the channel would be about 21
feet, accord Ins te the soundings of the
The d red re Columbia is at work en
the lower Columbia la the -vicinity of
St. Helen but Will soon be - through
there, while the dredf Portland has
about completed work at th confluence
of th Willamette and th Columbia.
Th channel hailowed there consider
ably tnls sprlnir but has again beea
-daepened te the required depth.
Tahen all In aU It is said th channel
to th aea from Portland haa beea
much better this year than at any
time In th history of the port and
less accidents hare occurred althouah
en a tew eooaaloas tows hare missed
the channel And (rounded In the aoft
mud banks d urine thick or haay
weather or a a result ef some unac
countable fault of thoee at tb helm at
th towboata. No damacec worthy of
mention hay resulted, however, and In
few eaee only haa there been much
Iocs of time.
The French bark Ylnonnc which
' K?r"e" J0" ' Helena
"lbcrsday mornln while la tow of the
Ti,?"..."1 . w" probably
hm floated this moraine; aftr havlna
" relieved of about 199 tons of the
eerro In the forward hold. How sh
wetit asround la a mystery sine sh,
n.lr.drw 11 JV wbreaa the oh an
"J tv "" n?al'l hav followed le
said to have at least It feet ef water!
TRAFFIC IXCREASPra I
6teamrs to Coos. Bay Got Capacity
'" Baslnes. -."
When the steamer Breakwater calls
for Cooa par Monday night ah will go
out with her hold rail, of freight and
erery berth occupied Traffte between
trile port and Coo is continually In-ei-nnlua-
and It Is predicted that It Is
r;r a matter of time whea the Cteajn.
ere : - ir and Breakwater will prove
In.jjMi. althoiich the Breakwater
. i .1 on th route only a few
k r" of Veera aro the ateamar
1 ..-. ne han-lied the.trefflo falr-
jv . :in wfni as rr eoutn
twloe month. Bvantually traffic com-
polled the managers to place her oa a
weekly schedule between Portland and
Cooa and even then ah proved, unable
to fully satisfy th shippers. r After
much agitation th Southern Pacific
finally placed th Breakwater on the
rua In opposition to the old liner and
now both boats are having alt tb busi
ness they can comfortably tak oar of.
It Is aald that it wUl only be a short
tim whan another boat or twe will
have to be added to tho service.
. Oa bar last trip south h Breakwater
left about 49 paasengera behind. - but
this was due principally ' to tbc fact
that the alliance had been laid off for
repairs ea a result of bar collision with
the San Francisco liner City of Panama
near the mouth of th Willamette. Ke-
ralr to the Alliance will -be completed
a about tea dajra. eo It was reported
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' )' VW1X1. FXXAT STEAMER.
Takitaa Ml Again Ply Waters of
. - . . ' . tbo soake. -,r
. It te expected that the steamer Tak
I ma whloh was sunk in the Bnak river
reoenuy oy bitting a rock, will b raised
soon and repaired. Tb boat waa the
largest in operation in that part of the
eouniry ana was ouui oniy a year aero.
only -the -meagereat detalle concern
ing the elnlclnc were received here vm.
terday but it la anderstood that the boat
can ee raisee ana repaired at a com
paratlvcly amall coat Th .boat haa
been engaged la carryteg supplies for
ui ivria mnm roea.
. MARDTB UfTElXTOKirCH
' sgwt Uaere ae te Arrive
Alliance, Coos Bay Uncertain
City of Panama, Ban Fraaolsco. .Aug. II
O. w. Elder, Ban Pedro and way. Aug. It
Johaa Poulson, Baa Francisoo..Aug. 10
Redondo, Seattle Acg. 10
Breakwater, Cooe Bay ..'......Aug. 11
Nuraantla, orient .......Aug. 14
Costa Rica, Ban Francisco Aug. 14
Roanoke. Baa Pedro and way.... Aug. IT
R. JD. Iaman, San Francisco.... Aug. II
Arabia, orient................. .Sept, 1
A lee la. Oar. as Sept II
N loomed la, orient October i
: Begalae Zdaare t Depart.
Alliance, Cooe Bay ......... .Uncertain
R, s Inmaa, Sao Francisco.... Aug. II
Breakwater. Cooa Bar. Aur It
Cltyor fanama. Ban Francisco. .Aug. 11
u. w. Kiaer, Han fedro ana way. Aug. 21
Redondo, Beattle and way. . ....Aug. 14
Johan Poolaen. Baa Fraaoleoo...Aug. II
Numantla. orlenL .....Auguat II
Coata Rica, San Francisco. .... .Aug. II
Roanoke, Baa Podre and, way... Aug. It
Arabia, orient... .......... September II
aieata, orient. ............... Bepi. it
Nloomadla, orient , Oct. 1
. YeooaU ta Port.
Tola. Br. ah. ............ .Elevator dock
Dalaonar. Br. ah Columbia No. 1
Bee, Am. ech. .. .WUlamett I, at 8. Whs
x.yra. Am. atr... Portland Ur. Co.
Conway Caatle, Br. bk Greenwich
Blam, Or. sh. ......... ..Columbia No. 1
Alliance, Am. etr.. ...... .Bupplee yard
King Cyrus. Am. ech. .Standard Box Co,
R. 15. Inman, Am. etr.. ...Unntoa
wuien. jun. sen. .......... iAriutw
Case ad ea. Am, atr... ..... .Tongue Point
Vlacennea, l'r. bk. .............. Stream
Bxeelalor. Ajn. etr.... Portland Lbr. Co.
Americana. Am. ech. ....... ., .Astoria
North King. Am. tug ......... .Astoria
Antelope, Am. sea. ... Standard Box Co,
Churchill. Am. ech.
Thomae Ia Wand, Am. etr.Saa Pranelsoo
Coaster, Am. atr. ....... .Baa Frsnolsoo
Busle M. Plummcr. Am. ech. . .Quaymae
wasp, am. atr. Haa Franciaco
Alice UoDonald, Asa. ech.. .., . . Kanuhul
lettltla, Am. sch Baa Francisco
berlln. Am. sh. ....Nushagak
)(. Nlcbolaa, Am. ah. Nuehaaak
John Currier, Am. ah.... Nuahagak
Compeer, Am. erh. Baa Franoisco
Wrestler, Am. bktn..... San Pedro
ohan Pouleen, Am. etr. ..Baa Francisco
Anal U. Campbell, Am. sch. ........
, ' . nan, Francisco
oienrtele. Am. sen. ....Baa Franeleco
Uonelpu. Am. ech, RsdondO
Ba Kontc Wttk Corneal aad OeaoraL
Bueeleurn, Br. sU Hambnrg
luaU ti. roua4 Irl ntU ilxawi. Fx. ak.,00,A.-JMt,Muufl
. , 1
. . . . i .niw.rv
Europe, Br. bk. Antwerp
Oenevievo Mollnoe, FT. bk,.,... .London
Rene Kervller. Fr. ah.........HamDurg
Laenneo. Fr. sh. .Swansea
L PHler. Ft. bk.. London
Martha Rous, Fr. bk....t Hamburg
Mozambique, Br. sh..... .Newcastle. Ei
Samoa,aBr. bk Shields
I mere. ir. sn. ....,. .newoasue. w.
Marechael lurrene, Fr. bk.... Hamburg
Villa de Mulhouee, Fr. bk Antwerp
Guethary. Fr. bk. .......... ...Antwerp
nem ioti, sr. d, ........... .Antwerp
Waldea Abbey, Br.. eh......... Antwerp
Oleneaalln, Br. ah.. ........... .Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk. .....Lelth
General da Boladeffre. Fr. bk ..London
General de NegrUr, Fr. bk. .... .London
Bayard. Fr. bk Antwere
Vlll d Dijon, Fr. bk... Antwerp
auc- aearte, it. u. ......... ..Antwerp
Eugene Rergatne, Ft., bk...... Antwerp
H. Haekneld, Or. bk.,.,. ..... .Honolulu
Arctlo Stream. Br. ah. .1,.,.. Rotterdam
Crown of India, Rr. bk. Antwerp
Julea Gommea, Fr. bk..
, Coal Ships Xa Bomte.
Belea, Fr. bk. ...,. r.. . .Newcastle. A.
CoL de VUlcbols laarcnli. Ft. bk. . . .
Claverdon, Br. eh. Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott. Am. bk Newcaatla, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh...... Newcaatla, A,
St. Mlrren, Br. ah Newcaatla, A.
Crlllon.Fr. bk .....Newcastle, A.
Ardencraig, Br. bk. Newcaatla, A.
Euaene Schneider. Fr. bk. Newcastle. A.
St. Louia, .Fr. ah Newcastle. A.
uuiion. jt. oa Newcastle, A.
Redhlll, Br. sa.,. . . .!'. j'.N'e'wcastle A.
ivnignt lempiar, or. ea.. .iNeweaetie, A.
Tymerlc, Br. atr. Newcaatla, A.
Henry Villard. Am. atr. . . Newcaatla A.
Tranalt, Nor. atr.. ....... .Newcaatla, A.
Tramp Steam ere Mm Boats.
Btrathneaa, Br. stir.... Port Los Aagolee
art, uer. ea., naaooate. japaa
. Ou Si samara Baa, .
Atlas.' Am. atr ...Baa Franolsee
Catania, Am. str Baa Francisco
Mi. ju. t. uraae. Am. str.
. ......Baa Francisco
llARCTB IfOTEa : V
' Astoria, Aug. IT. Condlrhm ef the
bar at I p. m., smooth. Wind north
west, weather cloudy. Balled at 1
a m steamer Aurelta, for Baa Fran
cisco. Arrived at 1:40 a. m., eteamer
North Star, from Aleak. Arrived at
a. m. ana lert up at 11:10 a. m.,
steamer Excelsior, from Sao Franoisco.
Arrived at :I0 a m., achooncr Cliuroh
ill. from Baa Fraaclseo. '
Saa Francisco, Aug. IT. Balled yes
terday, achooner Annie 1C Campbell,
steamers johan Pouleen aad Catania,
for Portland. , Balled today, steamer O.
W. Elder, for Portland.
Yokohama Arrived Aug. llta, eteam
er Aleala, from Portland.
Newoaatla. M. a w amilmA in. 11
British steamer Tymerlo, for PorUand!
iiaea at Astoria sundar .
a. nv, s.s
iieamer i ymeno, ror roruano.
at Astoria Sunday High, 1:11
feetj 1:01 p, m.. 1.1 feet Low,
l. 0.1 feet; 1:41 p. m SJ feet.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
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The eteamer City of Panama le due
to reach Alnaworth wharf this evening
from Ban Francisco.
The steam schooner Northland le at
Oeeanlo dock loading wheat, flhe will
finish with lumber at one of the mllle
down the rlvar.
The steam eohooner Oaaoe le expected
to sail for Ban Frsnolsoo today . from
Btella. Bhe ha lumber and wheat.
The achooner King Cyrus Is loading
railroad ties at the mills of the Stand
ard Box company at the foot ef East
The British steamer Maori King went
to, Comox, B. C, to coal after having
nfled from this port for Shanghai last
Thursday with fclO.lU ft of lum
ber. ' " - 1 " r - '
Tneedar. the 10th. will he thm
day to receive discount ea east aide
gas bills. .
) Lose 'From Wheatfleld Fire.
(SnrHal MepaMi te Tee Jnernal.)
Walla Walla. Wsah.. -Anit I7rir
la jUie Laonlfas. broUtccs' field pear
m a . e " ."J vn .T. - e -re r ."er. . v ift
...,-.'.r.:v,v.v . . . . .. . .,
Alwfttrs s Txrrmnent ' orotectlon - tealnrt rain
Wir. and sua. Spark and cinder proofs-does not
curl, warp or cracJc. ' ,:
Easiest to lay and when once laid Is down
to stay, v ' . ' - - ! -
That wear-proof surface of hard flint sand
adds years and yean . of - w eareliminate
the repair bill and requires no painting at -any
time. ,' "
Best for erery roof. ; : -
' Samples, prices and' booklet sent free.
I BASllITSSEll A CO.. 2nd sad Tivlar I ' " iSr I V
i . a . . . ip lsj. u. 1 . mi it
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With old-f aehieaad
Trunks T Old fashioned
Old Fashioned Repairs '
If you e not travel,
you need one of the v
.Trunks In Tonr Some
Our line of Tronke hav Individual etyle and character which
; stamp them as superior over other saakee. -
' The price of, our Trunk c ere another Important factor. We'
eas supply you with your traveling necessities 19 per oent cheaper
than any other plaoe In th city.
We make the Trunks w hav them for sale. '
afford to pay cash, pay us 11.00 per week.
If yea cannot
THE PORTLAND TRUNK MFG. CO.
. KAjcsmB , o cai QViirrr ii ooAOa . -
Ooraeg SA aadi Ptae Sts.
Braach 107 Stk St.
Wiltahurg text nUht damaged a thresh-1 burned 1.000 buatiels Of Wheat,
log machine to lii extant X loa aad was &o Insuxaaca,
-ENTITIJES IT TO A PLACE IN
vEVERY UPTQ-DATE HOME
tne service in
your house you
ous little elec
trical; con ven
iences that im
measuhblyii crease your
V The main feature, the most important one, is .
that the ELECTRIC CURLING IRON HEATER
..does away with the danger of fire. There' is no
flame, no soot to blacken the coiffure. Heats
,: quickly and cost of operation is less than totaled
hot . Furnished with drop cord to attach to any con
' venlent light socket. : 'f . V :
' ,--.:-v.-- v;v;r::'--;:--v-;:
' Electric heating and cooking devices of afl
kinds on exhibition at. the Company Supply Depart
.ment, 147-149 Seventh street." '"'';':
'TELEPHONE MAIN 6688 FOR INFOR
MATION; -'' '' . ; '
Portland Railway Light & Power Co!
.' r FIRST AND ALDER STS. '