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THE ORNESG -OREGONIAN, SATURDAY,- JANUARY 23,. 190i
SOME ARE PRETTY
Reflectioh on Woman Suffra
WOMEN'S CLUB HAS DEBATE
One of Those Who Want to Vote Ad
mits They Can't Get Along
Without Men-Need of Im
provement In City Jail.
Twentieth century problems for -women
occupied the attention of the Portland
Woman's Club yesterday afternoon, and
many clever addresses were made and
bright Ideas exchanged. A number of flve
inlnute talks were scheduled for club
members, and several visitors were also
asked to speak.
Equal suffrage was unanimously agreed
upon as the principal question of the day
where women are concerned. Dr. Thomp
son proclaimed that women only wanted
the same privileges as men that they al
ready had the same rights. Others ex
pressed similar sentiment, and It Is evi
dent that the members of this club are
working with this end in view.
Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway was first
called to the floor by the president, but
she preferred to hear other speakers first
and called out Mrs. Henry W. Coe. "When
Mrs. Coe stood on the platform Mrs.
Duniway announced that she wished to
prove by Mrs. Coe that all believers In
woman's suffrage were not old and ugly
like "old Mrs. Duniway," as she styled
herself. This caused much amusement.
Mrs. Coe spoke of the days when the
Bight of a woman In a short skirt or riding
a wheel caused a commotion upon the
streets, and the changes since then; of the
necessity of women In church and schools
and their future In politics. That a
woman's home life need not be neglected
by such work was Illustrated by a refer
ence to the fine family Mrs. Duniway had
raised while interested in public life.
"I want It understood," said Mrs. Coe
In conclusion "that I am not on the fence
In this movement, but a woman suffragist
from the ground up!"
Can't Dispense With Men.
Dr. Thompson In her brief remarks de
clared that the women liked the men and
could not get along without them, but
"The salvation of a nation depends upon
Mrs. Millie Trumble spoke of the future
of our children as a problem now con
fronting us, their present care being a
matter which she considers should have
more attention. Conditions In the city Jail
were touched upon and the necessity for
quarters outside the regular Jail for the
confinement of boys and girls was dls
' cussed In full.
"Wo can't vote, but we can creato
sentiment which will do the work and
bring about reforms," she declared.
Miss Isom, the public librarian, gave a
most interesting and well-delivered ad
dress upon the present condition and work
of the library and the plans for its im
provement. Miss Isom said that the In
spiration for a public library came from
the "Woman's Club, and that she felt the
club would be interested in what It was
accomplishing. The Art Association Is to
vacate its present quarters In the build
ing to make more room for the books,
tout the pictures will be missed. The edu
cational value of art was elaborated upon,
especially In connection with the chil
Needs Whitewash Inside, Too.
Miss Gertrude Metcalfe read extracts
from two unpublished reports of health
officers, and made several suggestions
whereby the individual members of a
woman's club could assist in keeping up
the standard of the city's appearance.
Conditions in the city Jail were also in
cluded in Miss Metcalfe's remarks. Tho
new coat of clean white paint on the out
side of this Jail was referred to as a satire,
Inasmuch as the Inside is anything but
clean and white. The utter lack of bath
ing facilities, even so much as a basin
lor the face and hands, brought up many
expressions from determined women who
intend to. make some movement against
Mrs. R. L. Sabin's address on the 20th
century baby and his education was one
of the best heard In the club for some
time, and was listened to with an Inter
est that could not be otherwise than flat
tering to the speaker. Mrs. Sabln has been
a teacher In Eastern schools and knew
her subject well. She understood Just what
the schools here needed and how to tell
it, and her address was most heartily ap
plauded. Others who spoke were: Mrs. E. P.
Frazler, Mrs. Prltchard, Mrs. Rose Hoyt
and Mrs. Duniway. After the various city
officials who are held to blame for the
objectionable features In the city's man
agement, including Chief Hunt, had been
scored rather soundly, Mrs. Duniway told
a very appropriate and amusing story of
a lot of mice trying to put a bell on
a cat which was causing them trouble
and annoyance. The question was. "how
are we going to get the bell on him." Mrs.
Duniway thought tho question applied to
these city officials.
Vocal music was furnished by Mos
dames McMann and Grimes.
The next meeting of the club, which oc
curs February 12, will be a muslcale.
Stock Stand the Winter Well.
IiA GRAXDB. Or., Jan. 22. (Special.)
The third heavy snow of the season fell
here yesterday, and is general over the
Valley, with several feet of snow In the
mountains. The stockmen state that
there has been no injurs to stock from
cold so far this Winter. There ls plenty
of dry feed, and the pastures have been
fairly green a good share of the Winter,
enough to give stock considerable good
Generally speaking the stock is in fine
ANGRY WIVES ON THE TRAIL
OF "JANE" ' -
TJT," expostulated a bewildered
husband in the Chamber of Com
merce building yesterday, "I
don't know who this Jane Is."
"And." stormed his Indignant wife, as
she waved a dainty and be-monogramed
letter bVneath the nose of her shrinking
spouse. "I don't know who knows if you
Then she wept "How could you? Oh,
how could you do it?"
T didn't; honest, I didn't," repeated the
anxious husband, conscious that this time
at least he was absolutely innocent,
"Then," snapped the injured lady in a
voice which savored of cracked ice, "how
did she come to write you such a loving
letter? It speaks for Itself."
It did. Indeed it did. Silent and con
demnatory, eloquent of previous trans
gression it lay on the desk before them:
My Dear As it has been Quite a while
since we last met. I am certainly rather dif
fident about writing, but I know from the
way you so thoroughly enjoyed those few
short hours or at least most cleverly pre
tended to that when you recall them
and me you will not then think me bold or
unladylike. Remember you called me 'a
real good fellow," But said yeu wouldn't
nesltate to Introduce your wife or sister,
and. In fact, would be glad to.
condition all over the valley so far this
season, and the snow more than pleases
the ranchers and stockmen as it assures
good crops next year.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
North X. Brooks. 42. Pierce County, Wash.;
Minnie T- Loomls. 26.
Mike Achs, 22; Carrie Barron. 21.
E. B. White, East Eleventh between East
Lincoln and East Grant, two-story dwell
Mrs. Wagner, Northrop between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth, cottage. $900.
G. Huthman. East Grant and East Sev
enth, store. $500.
H. Knight, Thirty-second between Frank
lin and Quimfcy, addition. $500.
Albert Wick. Eavler between Twentieth
and Twenty-first, cottage. $1450.
J. Bulllvant, Thirteenth and Jefferson, re
Mrs. II. J. Graham, East Flanders between
East Twenty-eighth and East Twenty-ninth,
tworstory dwelling'. $1700.
T. W. Rodabaugh, East Twelfth between
Wygant and Springfield, cottage. $800.
Thomas Meier. East Bursside between East
Twenty-ninth and East Thirtieth workshop,
Mrs. M. A Zeller, Hassalo between East
First and East Second, two-story dwelling,
Cate & Powell, East Taylor between East
Twelfth and East Thirteenth, two-story
Cate & Powell. East Morrison and East
Nineteenth, addition. $944.
Cate & Powell. East Darls between East
Thirtieth and East Thirty-first, two-story
John J. Schoever, East Everet between
East Twenty-ninth and East Thirtieth,
W. Harre6chau, Sell wood between Williams
and Rodney avenues, addition, $200.
January 20 Edward S. Lamb, 62 years,
paralysis, 534 East Fourteenth.
January 19 Mary Hofer, 08 years, paraly
sis, C2 East Ninth, north.
January 19 To the wife of Louis C
Vlaene. 792 Washington, a girl.
January 12 To the wife o W. B. Stute,
Jr., 30(J Monroe, a boy.
January 18 To the wife of Millard H.
Schmeer, 594 Madison, a boy.
January 18 To tho wife of E. Shelley
Morgan, 548 Spring, a girl.
Helen and Eugene Redfleld, 546 Williams
Goldsmith and Miss Armstrong, 430
Nellie Long, Boys' and Girls' Aid Society,
Hugh McKenna, 392 Brazee, measles.
Florence Bradley, 214 Fourteenth, measles.
Glenn Marcellas, 305 Sacramento, measles.
Florence Llnd. 306 Knott, measles.
Raymond Kllnk, 480 Rodney avenue,
Daughter of J. K. Jones, 1306 Macadam,
Wascher, 563 Rodney avenue, measles.
Roy Brickley, 290 Williams avenue,
William and Katie Schrantz, 933 Montana
Arlington Johan, 597 Rodney avenue,
Mrs. C. M. Wall. 501 Alblna avenue,
Roy Plttenger. 247 Sellwood, measles.
Irene Johnson, 300 Vancouver avenue,
Real Estate Transfers.
Catherine E, Lamberson to E. L. San- n
born lot 24. block 2, Smlthson Land
Company's Addition $ 250
J. E. Scott and wife to Rothchlld
Bros., lots 4 to 10 Inclusive, block
"F," Fulton Park . 11
Beverly Chew to Charles MT Reynolds,
lot 2, block 70, city BOO
Park Land Company to Henry T.
Humann. Sr., lots 13, 14 and 15,
block 100. University Park 700
Sheriff to William Borsh. 5 acres
section 19, R. 1 6., T. 1 E 657
First National Bank to I. N. and
Marcus Flelschner, of northwest
U section 29, T. 1 N. R. 2 E 5,000
Multnomah Company to Aloys Har
old, lota 25. block 22, Irvlngton
H. J. Anderson to Mary Anderson,
lot 4. block 1. an lot 0, block 2,
Frushe's Square Addition 10
J. Thomas to Nadle Swett, lots 5
and C, block 8, Sunset Park addition 2
J. Thomas to Nadle Swett. lots 13 and
14 block 8. Capltan Addition 1,000
Margaretta Bernl. et aL, to George E.
Waggoner, part block 53, Holladaj-s
Edward Lamport and wife to W. J.
Demorest, lot 13. block 35, city.... 500
Sisters of Charity of Providence St.
Vincent's Hospital to O. O. Bau
mann, lots 1. 4, 5 and 8, east 15
feet lots 2, 3. 0 and 7, block 202,
Couch's Addition 1
N. J. Demorest to W. F. nines, lot
13. block 35. city 350
W. E. Ogllbee and wife to J. A.
Gray lot 4, block 73, University
August Gebhardt and wife to Conrad
Wolfe, one-sixth Interest lot 8, block ,
. 12. city t 1,500
Clyde M. Bills, ot aL. to George E.
Waggoner, et aL. fraction block 53,
Holiday's Addition 10
George E. Waggoner and wife to Mar
garetta Bernl. part block 53, Holla-
aays Addition jq
oiRrers 01 cnaruy or IToviaence St,
Vincent's Hospital to Portland Cord
age Company, west 85 feet lots 2
ana J. block 202. Couch's Addition. . 7,000
r. inomiwon ana wire to Sarah
W. Weston and husband, lot 3,
diock 10. central Alblna 350
vieorge jr. .ueicum to Michael F.
Brady south half of south half
diock "O. M. Patton tract 2,000
lYiiiivn i-.cuuo.uer ana wue to Al
bert Demlng and wife. 30.4 feet lot
1. block 228. city 6,000
xaiue x. nuis to ueorge is. wag
goner, et aL. fractional block 53,
tioiiaaay-s Addition 1
White Is Fast Improving
BAKER CITY. Or.. Jan. 22. Knoolni
Jerry C. White, who was shot by Colonel
w . r. xuicner last ween, is rust recover
ing frofn his wounds. The ball that en
tered his neck, inflicting the most serious
wound, has not been located, but as lt'Is
not giving the patient any trouble, the
physicians have concluded not to hunt
Mr. White will be able to be out in a few
more days at his present rate of Improve
ment. He Insists that, ho I iMa n k
about now, but the doctors will not allow
mm to tane any cnances.
No route across the continent offers so
many atractlons as does the Denver &
Rio Grande. Write tho Portland Agents.
' 154 Third street, for Illustrated booklets.
Now I am going to be In the city all
week, and would be more than charmed to
renew old friendships. JANE.
"I got It In the mall this morning,"
sobbed the wife. "It was addressed to
you. Oh, how could you?" and she wept
Two hours later, as the victim sat in his
office in momentary exoectation at
from his wife's attorneys, there entered
cautiously a friend who also showed signs
of the married life. Slowly the friend
produced a letter, a similar letter, and it
was signed "Jane."
"My wife" began the friend.
"Oh, Joy!" interrupted the first victim.
"Did she write to you, too?"
Then you know her?" said the friend.
"No. but I'd like to right away," cried
victim Ko. L and after much cogitation
and investigation they found that "Jane"
was purely Impersonal, merely the name
of a play to be produced at a local theater
next week, and the letters nothing more
serious than a clever advertising Idea of
"the man in a glass house." Thousands of
them had been mailed. Every second man
on the street had received one.
But last night a full four-score of re
lieved husbands 'were assuring SO infuri
ated wives that the knowledge of an immaculate-
record clone sustained theia in
the hour of trial.
SIX OARS OF BOOKS
Lewis and Clark Fair Lets
TO PRINT 300,000 COPIES
Contents Will Be Devoted to Descrip
tion of the 1905 Exposftlon-and
tHe Resources of the Ore
Books enough to All six cars are to be
printed at once, descriptive of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition and the Oregon
Country. The contract has been let by the
Lewis and Clark Corporation, and is the
largest order for advertising literature in
the history of the state.
The contract, calling for 300,000 copies of
the book, went to three Portland printing
establishments, each company being given
an order for 100,000 of the books, for which
they will receive $3300.
These books will be distributed in the
four corners of the globe. Full arrange
ments for the distribution have not yet
"been -made, although it has been decided
to dispose of a large number at the St.
The book cannot fail to attract 'atten
tion. It is 96 pages thick, and has many
fine half-tone Illustrations, as well as a
general fund, of information about the
Oregon Country, thus making it desirable
as a souvenir which few would cast aslda
without reading. Its covers will be In
double-tone brown and red. and tho front
and back will both bear attractive de
Each county of the state is given a short
write-up descriptive of Its resources, and
all the industries of the state are exploited
in brief articles. Space Is also devoted to
Washington, Montana, Idaho and Wyo
ming. The book was compiled by Secre
tary Henry Reea of the Exposition Cor
poration, and all the articles will be veri
fied by competent authorities before the
book is Issued.
The three firms which were awarded the
printing contracts are: Bushong & Co.,
Irwin, Hodson Co. and F. W. Baltes &
Poultry and cat .show, Portland, Febru
Republican Club banquet, Portland, Febru
Oregon Christian Endeavor Convention,
Pendleton, February 10-22.
Benton County gun shoot, Corvallls, Feb
College oratorical contest. Pacific Univer
sity. Forest Grove. March 13.
Dog show, Portland, April 20-23.
PoUltry Association, Walla, Walla, Febru
Meeting of Inland Empire Retail Lum
bermen's Association, Spokane, February
Republican State Committee. Seattle, Feb
Arid ' Lands Convention, Seattle, Febru
State Conference Charities and Corrections,
Seattle, February 22-24.
Salmon Fisheries Congress, Seattle, Febru
ary 23-March 10.
Dog show. Vancouver. March 31.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RErORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. 22. Maximum tempera
ture, 50 deg.; minimum temperature, 40 deg.:
river reading. 11 A. M., 7.8 feet; change in
24 hours, 0.2 foot: total precipitation, 5 P. M.
to 5 P. M., 0.01 inch; total precipitation
since September 1. 1003, 23.20 Inches; normal
precipitation since September 1, 1003, 21.52
Inches; deficiency, 1.23 Inches; total sunshine
January 21, 1004, none; possible sunshine
January 21, 1004, 0 hours 13 minutes; barom
eter, reduced to sea level, at 5 P. M., 30.48.
During the last 24 hours light rain has
fallen at scattered places In Western Oregon
and Western Washington, and a few stations
report a light fall of snow In the district
east of the Cascade Mountains.
It Is decidedly warmer in the Interior of
California, and slightly warmer In the North
The Indications are for fair weather Satur
day In Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington
Try leaving it off 10 days
and see how much bet
ter you feel.
used in its place will
Jielp the experiment.
If you like to "Feel Fit as
a Lord," and bs able to
A FEINTING ESTABLISHMENT AS -COMPLETE AS
OURS CA1T GIVE YOTJ THE BEST SERVICE AT LOW
PRICES. WE HAVE MANY NEW. LABOR-SAVING
EQUIPMENTS. TELEPHONE US MAIN 165 AND
1 LET US CALL FOR YOUR 0RDRS. F. W. BALTES &
CO, PRINTERS, FIRST AND OAK STREETS. OUR
1904 BUSINESS CALENDAR FREE.
iFifth aad Washington Streets
Rtems, $1.00 te SS.OO Per Day
According tm Lcatlom.
J. F. DAYTES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Reams 50c to $1.50
Firat-CIasa Restaurant In CoBacctioit
and Idaho, and tor partly cloudy weather,
with occasional light rains in Western Oregon
and Western Washington. .
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
23 hours ending midnight Saturday, January
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy, with
occasional light rain. Southerly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Partly cloudy, with occasional rain; south
Eastern Ore son, Eastern- Washington and
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
NW Pt. cloudy
SW Pt. cloudy
Salt Lake City..
San Francisco ...
Tatoosh Island ..
Walla Walla ....
EDWARD A. REALS, District Forecaster.
Does it become loose or drop down some
times? If It does you have not been prop
erly fitted. Where a plate is worn un
less you secure a perfect fit It will always
be a constant source of annoyance and hu
miliation. We give you a responsible
guarantee with all of our work, which Is
the best in all lines of practical dentistry.
AT SAliBM we have opened a branch
office In the Steusloff building, corner
Court and Liberty streets.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT'S
312 WASHINGTON STREET,
- Corner Seventh.
Office hours: 8 A. 1L to 5 P. evenings.
7:30 to 8:30.
Sundays. 10 A. 1L to 12 M. Telephone,
On Improved city and farm property. Build
ing loans. Installment loans. WM. MAC
MASTER. 211 Worcester block.
Cinnn Tot sale or exchange for city rror
91UUU erty 160 acres. 3 miles from rail
road, steamer landing, town of 1000;
near school, county road; adjoins
good coal land. Address.
G. W. ROWAN. Castle Rock. Wash.
On West Side, for sale; one very central,
next Union Depot with switch arranged; an
other (besides others) exceeding a block In
area on railway and car line for only
$14,000. F. V. Andrews & Co., Hamilton bldg.
A coupon In all packages of Violet Cereals
WHITE HOUSE COOK BOOK.
Lots $40 to $100
Within one block of St. Johns electric car
line; high, level, sightly; city water: new car
line, guaranteed; all property on the Penin
sula will double in value the coming Summer.
SHERMAN D. BROWN
351 STARK ST.. OPP LIBRARY.
The now. coming city of Clackamas Coun
ty offers great Inducements for manufac
tures of all kinds. It has the m oaf powerful
electric and water power In the Northwest.
O. W. P. TOWNSITE CO.. 132 1ST ST,
COR. ALDER, ROOM 5. PHONE MAIN 210.
Flrat-Clsua Ckeelc '- Reatsvarsuat
Connected "Willi Hotel.
C O. Davis, feet m Tare.
OSCAR AHOEBSOH, Hamjir
Front .and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREGON
FREE 'BUB TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rates European plan. 50c. 75c, $1.00. $1.00,
12.00 pr day. Sams! room la co&aecuoa.
B. P. O. E. All members of Portland Lodge,
No. 142, and visiting brothers are . requested
to meet In orir lodgeroom. In the Marquam
bldg., at 10:15 A. M. Sunday, January 24.
iwh, to conduct trie mnerai services or our
late brother. William Faber. of Roseburg
Lodge, No. S26. By order At the lodge.
JOHN B. COFFEY, Secretary.
a PORTLAND LODGE NO. 53. A. F.
J & A. M. Special communication this
fSf yV(Saturday) evening, 7:30 sharp. E. A.
SOvX lesree. All E. A. are cordially in
Xr ' vited. By ordf.r W. M.
L W. PRATT, Secretary.
INGERSOLL At Detroit, Mich., January 10.
1004. Mrs. Nathaniel Ingersoll, formerly of
FABER In this. city. Jan. 21, 1004. William
Faber, age 47 years. Funeral will take
place Sunday, Jan. 24, at 11 A.' M., from
the residence, 334 11th st. Friends and
acquaintances respectfully Invited to at
tend. ALLEN At Buckeye, Washington January
20, 1004. H. C. Allen, aged 22 years. Fu
neral will take place Sunday, January 24.
1004. at 1 P. M., from the residence of his
brother, T M. Allen, 21$ Monroe street.
EDWARD HOLS IAN CO., Undertaken and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing, Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507. - -
. J.. P. ITNXEY & SON, Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 8.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 4U East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
DUNNING & CAMPION, Undertakers. 7th
and Pine. Lady assistant Phono Main 430.
CLARKE BROS FINE FLOWERS, Flo
ral designs, 289 Mofflson.
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFICE
FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER CHECKS
AND MAY BE HAD BY PRESENTING
YOUR CHECKS AT THE OREGONIAN
A 18, 23, 37, 41, 46.
B 35, 41, 46.
D 32, 42.
E 12, 41, 44.
G 33, 37, 39, 40.
II 7, 46.
J 37, 15.
K 30, 33, 41, 42, 43. j.
L 28 30, 38, 43.
M 14, 40, 48, 44, 48. . .
N 13, 30, 41, 45. i
O 13, 46.
P 38, SO, 40, 46.
Q 39, 45, 78.
R 14, 45, 46.
S 36, 45. . -
T 16, 30, 31, 37 42, 43, 45.
V 31, 37, 43, 44, 45.
X 31, 36, 41, 42, 58.
Y 16, 36, 37, 40, 42, 44.
ILLUSTRATION NO. 12.
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
NO. 100 THIRD STREET.
Incorporated April 22 18S7.
Last year there was a very prudent and
thrifty reverend gentleman living In South
ern Oregon. He procured from us two of
our certificates of deposit, payable on 00
days call, with Interest at 4 per cent per
annum. A short time ago one of these cer
tificates came back to us from New York
City. The reverend gentleman had made an
investment, and he found "that his certifi
cate was as good as cash to make payment
for the same.
It Is always good to have your money
drawing Interest until you find a permanent
Investment. Call on us and let us give you
further examples of how these certificates
Send for our book of
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J.- O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
160 ACRES 6 MILES FROM OREGON
City, 3 miles from New Era, 4 miles from
Canby; 60 acres under cultivation, balance
easily cleared: good orchard, every kind of
fruit: in good localityr price ?35 per acre.
Inquire of E. C Maddock, 14th and Main
gts., Oregon City Or.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY MADE' OVER OR
exchanged; diamonds, precious stones;
loose and mounted; watches, jewelry re
paired; close prices: good work. Tlngry,
the Jeweler. N. E. cor. 3d and Washington,
Breeden bldg.. upstairs.
FOR RENT COLOMA DOCK. BET. OAK
and Pine sts. Apply to R. T. Cox. Room
10. Newmarket blqck.
flOAT,! rOATjt ye have 800 acres ot
lUAJ" ian(3 underlaid with
5-foot vein of clean coal, developed by 1200
feet of tunnel and drifts. 2 miles from navi
gable river, with railroad built within 1000
feet of mouth of tunnel. Coal can be delivered
in Portland at $2.00 per ton. We want $15,000
tb equip the property, and put it on paying
basis. There Is enough cordwood on the land
to pay for It. Subscriptions to capital stock
on ground-floor basis will be received by
Palmer Bros., 417-418 Oregonlan bldg.
I5c per pound
BUTTER! BUTTER I
35c and 40c
Creamery bqtter 50c and 55c
Best creamery 60c and 85c
Eggs, ner dozen 25c
Ranch eggs, per dozen ..30c
Best sugar-cured ham..... -..I.. 14c
Picnic hams .., .............10c
Pure lard ................. ............11c
5 pounds lard, compound....... ......50c
La Grande Creamery
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. t. P ANGLE. Resident Manager
This Afternoon at 2:13 o' Clock.
THE MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS
"A Chinese Honeymoon"
Prices $1.50. $1.00. 75c and 30c '
NO PERFORMANCE SATURDAY. NIGHT.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
f W. T. P ANGLE. Resident Manager
Monday and Tuesday Nights. Jan. 25 and 20,
1904, the Extravagant Musical Cartoon
PRICES Lower floor, except last three rows,
$1.00; ast three rows, 75c: balcony, first six
rows, 75c; last six rows. 50c; Gallery, 23c and
35c; boxes and loses, $7.50.
CORD RAY & RUSSELL. Managers
Last Time Tonight
"FOR MOTHER'S SAKE"
An Artist, and a Company of Actors,
Commencing Next Sunday Matinee Last
Season's Big Success,
Big Cast Real Acting Horses, Two Car
loads of Scenery.
Prices as Usual.
THE BAKER "j
THEATER and Manager.
Phone Main. 1007.
TONIGHT. ALL WEEK, MATINEES SATUR
DAY AND SUNDAY.
THE MOTH AND THE FLAME
AN INTENSELY INTERESTING SOCIETY
DRAMA BY CLYDE FITCH.
Evening prices, 60c, 35c, 25c, 15c; matinee,
25c. 15c, 10c.
Seventh and Washington
2:30 to 4:30. 7:80 to 10:30.
Sunday, continuous from 2 to 10:30.
For Ladles. Gentlemen andv Children.
Admission. 10 cents to any seat.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
IF YOU WANT A HOME WE'VE GOT IT
for you. We are agents for a dozen houses
in Upper Alblna, rantflng In price from
$1350 to $5000; all new. If we cannot suit
you we will buy you a lot and build you a
home. Do everything but give It to yon.
L. W. Whiting & Co.. 403 Abington bldg.
100 ACRES. $;000; 40 CULTIVATED; BARN
and orchard, good soli, lays nice, close to
O. W. P. electric line, 0 miles out; come
quick, must be sold by 25th; great bar
gain. O. P- Addlton, Lents, Or. Take Mt.
Scott car, 3c
MODERN 12-ROOM HOUSE, CORNER LOT,
furnace, mantel and all conveniences. Holi
day Park, cor. 24th and Wasco sts; In
stallment plan. King, Phone East 673.
A 60X146-FOOT LOT, WITH 0-ROOM MOD
. ern dwelling, with stable, at Mount Tabor;
sightly location near car line; $2300, easy
terms. Flympton, 318 Allsky bldg.
200 FARMS, SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
.Bargains, on o. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton, Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car; 5c.
NEW 5-BOOM HOUSE AND LOT, PRICB
$1200; one-third down, balance Install
ments. Apply 671 East 11th st.. North.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. AND ONE AND
two-thirds acres of land in HUIsboro. Or.
Inquire W. A. Ruhl. HUIsboro. Or.
CALIFORNIA FARMS. IRRIGATED AL
falfa. fruit and vine lands. Write C M.
Wooster Co.. San Francisco. CoL
$600 BUYS TWO SIGHTLY 'LOTS IN AL-
Dlna; waiKing aistance. .racinc Tent &
Awning Co., 27 N. 1st.
HOTEL, 60 ROOMS AND 2 LOTS; PRICE.
$6500; easy terms; will rent for'$80. Valley
Land Co.. 43 1st st.
FOR SALE OR REN1 NEW 7-ROOM
bouse, 21st and Northrop sts. L Vanduyn,
FOR SALE. ON EASY TERMS NEW. MOD
ern, up-to-date 8-room house. Phone East
FOR SALE NICE BUILDING LOT ON
Jackson st.. near Park. Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE FARMS.
I HAVE THE CELEBRATED G. V. JAMES
stock ranch for sale, driving distance of
city; 640 acres excellent land, arable pas
ture and woods, and fine. Improvements;
only $30 per acre; also a fine rich 3000
acre island in Columbia River; will furnish
nicely 500 head of steers per annum; also
has finest duck preserve; price. $20 per
acre. And other stock ranches containing
several thousand acres each, from $6 up
per acre. See T. Wlthycombe, 244 Stark
st., Portland. Or. '
FOR SALE 10 ACRES OF LAND. 8 MILES
from Portland. 1 mile from Tlgardville;
good black soil, plenty of water, 3 good
buildings, on the main road, 1 acre orchard,
all fenced, 8 acres clear; price $1600. In
quire at once, 301 21st. N.. Portland, Or.
CAPABLE MEN WANTED. WE HAVE Po
sitions open for salesmen, executive, cler
ical and technical men, paying from $1000 to
$10,000 a year; ask for plan and booklet.
Haproods, suite L 502 Pioneer bldg., Seattle,
FOR SALE FARM, 216 ACRES, 1 MILES
east of Dallas; all valley land. In high state
cultivation; will divide in smaller tracts if
desired; good location. For particulars, ad
dress, George Rowcliffe, Dallas, Or.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALS TS ALL
part of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For particulars
apply to WM. MACMASTER. 311 Worcester
$10 A MONTH BUYS A 10-ACRE FARM.
$200 profit per annum per acre.
Write for booklet. It's free. 611 J st.
Wright & Kembrougb, Sacramento. CaL
640 ACRES FOR DAIRYING. STOCK AND
frultralslng; near coast and busy towns; $10
an acre; a bargain. V 13. care Oregonlan.
TO LEASE RESTAURANT. 12 MILES PORT
land. Inquire Ford Metzger, Gresham, Or.
160 ACRES WITH 60 ACRES EASILY
cleared; $500 to $600 worth of timber; good
soil, running water, mllo from state fish
hatchery and 6 miles from Kalama: will
moke a good farm and stock ranch; to
trade for city property; worth $1000. A. D.
Wllloughby, Kalama, Wash.
AGENTS LADIES OR GENTLEMEN: BX
perlenca unnecessary; good sellers; bii com
mits Ion; borne or traveling positions. Call or
write 1C3 11th st.
TIMBER IAh"D3 FOR SALE.
20.000 ACRES YELLOW PINE, $5.50 AN
acre; look this up. It Is cheap. Certified
forest reserve scrip in 40s, 80s and 160s;
Immediate delivery; telegraphic orders
filled next mail. American Timber Co.,
Marquam bldg., Portland.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP IN TRACTS
from 40 acres upwards; also recertified
soldiers additional Porterfleld-Valentine
land warrants and other kinds of land
scrip; Maglnnls & Son, 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR SALE IN
large or small blocks, ready for immediate
delivery. L. W. Whiting. 408 Abington bldg.
FOREST RESERVE 5 CRD? FOR SALB IN
any size tracts, ready for Immediate use.
W. G. Howell. 53S Chamber of Commerce.
HAVE TWO GOOD TIMBER CLAIMS,
well located. 515 Marquam bldg., 2 to 4
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
BRING US YOUR PROPERTY. WE WANT
small pieces of Improved real estate from
$1000 up. We also want business chances.
We have buyers. L. W. Whiting fit Co., 408
Abington bldg.. Portland, Or.
WANTED 2 LOTS IN ALB IN A HOME
stead. Central Alblna or Multnomah; also
small cottage of 3 or 4 rooms. Taft Co.,
86 4th st. Main 1268.
FOR RENT FARMS.
JT75W ACRES NEAR MONTA VILLA CAR;
house, barn: roem for cow, calckaas; fruit.
S34H Morrison rU room 2.
FARMS FOB SALE OR RENT.
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT; 070 ACRES.
T mllas from Oregon City; fine location
tor dairy ins or stockralsing: rent cheap.
For further Information address J. J.
Kuntx. Beaver Creek. Clackamas Co. Or.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
AUCTION. AUCTION, AUCTION SALE OF
horses; w aeons, hussies, harness, at Derby
Stables. 15th and Burnside sts., Tuesday.
January 20. at 2 P. M. It you have any
thin? In this line to sell, list It with me.
Telephone Main 1125. Private sales dally.
100 vehicles, goose neck furniture wagons;
large stock .harness and saddles. 211 Wash.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAST
Repair it with Elaterlte: It rolls, 'easy to lay:
seeds no painting or coating; good over old
Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte R conns Co.. 10 Worcester bldg.
O. K. GRUBBER AND STUMP FULLER
Just what you are looking for; three state
premiums; grubs an acre a day; one horse
has power of 99; Investigate. James Fin
ney. Brooks, Or.
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL GERMAN PIPB
organ; original cost $3500, at a reasonable
figure; cash payment or Installments. Apply
to Aug. Erickaos, Erlckson'a Concert Hall.
21 N. 2d st
STANDARD TYPEWRITERS FROM $23'i ALL
makes rented and repaired. Rubber stamps.
Notary seals, etc. Cunningham's, 231 Stark.
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED COCKER
spaniel pups; every one of them beauties.
Inquire 10 E. 15th and Ankeny.
NEW PORTABLE STEAM WOOD SAW
mounted, ready for use; bargain. Address
Box 631, Astoria, Or.
FOR SALE FINE ENGLISH SETTER
bitch, partly broken; 1 year old. Phone
NEW. COMPLETE POTTS BRICK
Machine for sale at a bargain. Apply 102
SAFES. SECOND-HAND. LARGE AND
small; decided bargains. Davis, 66 3d st.
GASOLINE LAUNCH. CHEAP IF TAKEN
at Once. Inquire boatbouse foot Stark st.
HALL SAFE FOR SALE. IN FIRST-CLASS
condition. Address J 46. Oregonlan.
SECOND-HAND CASH REGISTER WANT
ed cheap. Address K 47, Oregonlan.
FAMILY COW FOR SALE. INQUIRE ROOM
323 Abington bldg.
HELP WANTED MALE.
A GOOD POSITION IS ALWAYS OPEN TO
a competent man; his difficulty Is to find
it; we have openings for secretaries, treas
urers, managers, mining engineers and su
perintendents, bookkeepers, salesmen, ex
ecutive, clerical and technical positions of
all kinds, paying from $1000 to $10,000 a
year; high grade, exclusive; ask for plan
and booklet. Hapgood (Inc.). Suite K, 502
Pioneer bldg., Seattle, Wash.
CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, THE
leading employment agency of tho North'jresu
240 Burnside et. Phone Main S074.
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER TRADE
Ours Is not the only place to learn, but
certainly Is the best. Call or write for
full particulars and if in doubt make a
personal Investigation. American Barber
College, 253 Everett' st, Portland.
WANTED TWO MEN UNDERSTANDING
manufacturing babbit metal and solder; must
have good references and long experience;
good cay and chance ot advancement. Syra
cuse Smelting Works, Seattle, Wash.
WANTED THREE GOOD MEN, PAN
eler. sanderer and tenon man for sash and
door factory out of city. Apply to J. W.
Cook, The Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
room 6 Chamber of Commerce.
ACTIVE. HONEST YOUNG MAN FOR
clerk and solicitor In West Side grocery;
must be well acquainted In city, and ex
perienced; give reference. S 40, Orego
nlan. Men to learn barber trade; only S weeks re
quired; 2 years saved; positions secured
wnen competent; catalogue mailed free.
Moler System College, San Francisco, Cal.
WANTED AMATEUR MUSICIANS TO JOIN
amateur band; must be -sober. Industrious
' and' a permanent resident; experienced musi
cians preferred. Address M 202, Oregonlan.
UNION MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION
pays from $25 to $65 sick and accident
benefits for $1 per month; agents wanted.
401' Marquam building, Portland, Or.
WANTED A GOOP COMPETENT SALES
man traveling- In Oregon to take a side
line; one familiar with cigars, wines etc.,
preferred. N 47, Oregonlan.
WANTED ONE DRESS GOODS SALES
man and one domestic salesman, city.
Clerks' Registration Bureau, 265 Morrison
COLUMBUS-CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT
Headquarters for cooks, waiters and bar
tenders. No. 148 .4th at. Phone Red 10U3.
EXPERT TEACHER, UNIVERSITY GRADU
ate, wants students evenings; Latin, algebra,
grammar, arithmetic, etc. Q 78. Oregonlan.
RAILROAD OPERATOR OF MANY YEARS'
experience wants students in. telegraphy;
practical work; night. X 58, Oregonlan.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN BY
hardware and machinery house; good sal
ary to right man. P 47. Oregonlan.
WANTED AN ALL-AROUND TEACHER
and organizer for college music department,
two days & week. Phone East 659.
WANTED WIRE MATTRESS WEAVER;
steady work. Address Tacoma Lounge &
Mattress Co., Tacoma, Wash.
FRONT ROOM. GENTLEMEN PREFERRED;
private family; bath, phone. 128 10th f-,
bet. Washington and Alder.
BOY WANTED TO DELIVER LETTERS
and work in office. Address P. O. Drawer
7. State wages expected.
YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN OFFICE
work; must be good penman. Address
Drawer 19, city.
WANTED TRAVELINGMEN TO CARRY
a side line; big pay. Apply Hygiene Kola
Co., 282 2d st.
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN THE WATCH
maker's trade; soma money required. 311
WANTED TEACHER. $60; ANOTHER. $83.
Flsk Teachers' Agency, Stark and 7th.
BEST TEN-CENT SHAVE IN CITY; CLEAN
towels, etc. 205 Morrison st. Ed Dennlson.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAMBERMAIDS,
city aad country; nurse girls, second girls,
housekeepers, plenty of housework, $15 to
$30. Phone Main 1321 Canadian Parlors,
HOUSEKEEPER. WANTED AT HOOD
River. Or.; wages $23 per month, room
and board; references required. Address
John Leland Henderson, Hood River, Or.
ATTENTION. LADIES EARN $10.00 PER
100 writing short letters from copy. Ad
dress stamped envelope for particulars.
Michigan Specialty Co.. Albion. Mich.
WANTED AMATEUR SINGERS. PER
formers. pianists; engagements furnished;
stage dancing taught. Newman's Theatri
cal Agency. 313 Washington.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; MUST
be good cook. Upper flat, cor. 7th and
Madison. 260 7th; two in family. Call
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
resses. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED LADY TO TRAVEL. $35 AND Ex
penses; cooksi laundress, general help, call
Scandinavian-American, 226 3d. Main 1510.
Wanted 2 lady canvassers, city.
$5 week salary and commission. Clerks
Registration Bureau. 263 Morrison.
WANTED LADY STENOGRAPHER, FEW
hours' work; will give musical education
in exchange. H 46. Oregonlan.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 4
adults; no washing; sleep at home; wages
$20. 31 E. 10th st-
WANTED SEAMSTRESS FOR DRESS
maklng and plain sewing. Phone Scott 224.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR
housework. Call 783 Pettygrove st.
WANTED GOOD PLAIN COOK; TWO IN
family. 812 Johnson st
WANTED EXPERIENCED LADY FOR
massage. 110 4th st.