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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1904.
FRIEND OF COURT
Henry E, McGinn Appears 'in
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OBJECTS
Judge George Consents to Hearing
Argument of Judge McGinn for
Prosecution Is Poolroom a
The strife between District Attorney
John Manning and former Circuit Judge
Unry E. McGinn broke out afresh yes
terday at the opening o Judge George's
court, when the former announced that
he would not consent to the appearance
of Judge McGinn as his associate counsel
In the case against M. G. JCease on an
indictment for maintaining a nuisance In
the form of a poolroom.
It was reported a few days ago that a
truce had been patched up and that
Judge McGinn would aid in" the prosecu
tion as an assistant .to Mr. Manning.
The case opened in the morning with
Judge George presiding, and the entire
Bay was devoted to the argument of a
demurrer to the indictment. For the de
fondant there appeared John M. Gear In,
Judge B. B. Watson and Edward Men
denhall. While Judge McGinn presented
himself as co-counsel for the prosecution.
When the case opened Mr. Manning
sprung a sensation by objecting to the
appearance of Judge McGinn on the part
of the state.
"Mr. McGinn," said he, "wishes to ap
pear In this case on behalf of the state.
I object to his appearance in such a ca
pacity, and I would like to know If he In
sists upon so appearing."
"He does Insist In appearing for the
state." answered Judge McGinn.
This precipitated a heated discussion
between the two attorneys, which ended
by Judge George deciding that while Mr.
Manning should direct the case, be would
be willing to hear Judge McGinn In the
case, and that he might appear as a
friend of the court. This fixed the status
cf Judge McGinn In the peruliar capacity
of amicus curiae, and not as an assistant
to the District Attorney.
After this matter was disposed of the
remainder of the day was taken up with
the arguments of the opposing lawyers
on the question of the demurrer. The
ground on which the defendant bases his
demurrer is that the indictment does
not charge M. G. Nease with an offense.
The allegations of defendant's lawyers
being that pool-selling is not an offense
as defined by Section 1930 (the nuisance
section) of the statutes of Oregon. Argu
ments were made by E. B. Watson and
John M. Gearin for the defense, and by
Assistant District Attorney Moser and
Judge McGinn for the prosecution. At a
late hour In the afternoon Judge George
took the demurrer under consideration
and will likely hand down a decision
within a day or two.
TINDER THE COUNTY DOME.
Reply to Suit to Oust Dr. Lincoln la
In the suit to oust Dr. R. Lv Lincoln as
a member of the executive committee of
the Oregon State Dental Board, a reply
was filed yesterday by the board In which
It is recited that all Its proceedings were
legal. When Dr. Reavis and Dr. W. A.
Wise retired as members' of the commit
tee It van necessary to name three per
sons for each place for the Governor to
choose the successors from. The reply
states that the "board named A. P. Wat
son. Gertrude Lamberson, Robert Wend
llng, Georgo Larkin, Frank Vaughan and
M, F. Fenton. Governor Chamberlain ap
pointed Dr. Larkin and Dr. Lincoln, and
the board says Dr. Lincoln must go. The
case Is now In shape to be tried out on Its
merits and a final decision reached.
Mrs. E. H. Goodwin appeared "before the
grand jury yesterday In an effort to have
her husband indicted for unlawful Inter
course with another woman. She was ac
companied by a lady friend, who was also
a. witness. Mrs. Goodwin expressed her
self while at the Courthouse as very de
sirous of seeing her husband punished.
Myrtle L. Howard has sued Harry How
ard for a divorce because of cruel treat
ment. They were married at McMinnvllle
February 16, 1504, and Mrs. Howard alleges
that it was but a short time afterwards
until her husband commenced abusing her.
He failed to support her, threatened her
and ordered her to return to her parents'
home. In May she avers he went to sea
and returned In August. He did not.pro
vlflo for her long after his return, com
plaining that she was too expensive, and
told her to go to work.
UNITARIAN BAZAAR OPENS.
Large Display of Attractive Christmas
Wares on View.
The Unitarian bazaar opened yesterday
afternoon with a large display of unusu
ally attractive things for sale. A large
number of people patronized the bazaar,
finding it a pleasant place to stop and talk
to friends besides affording an opportunity
to buy pretty things for Christmas gifts.
Mrs. George C. Cressey presided yester
day at the candy table, at the "fellow
fihlp" table adjoining which Mrs. J. P..
Wager and Mrs. Matlack sold articles sent
toy members of Alliance branches all over
the country. The doll show, which is a
feature of the bazaar, is In charge of
Mrs. R. B. Lamson, Mrs. James D. Hart
and Mrs. E. W. Crlchton.
Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Bay were at the
domestic table Tin d a corner where various
artistic things in the way of water colors
and Christmas cards were sold was in
charge of Mrs. J. J. Burnett, Miss Knox
and Mrs. Archie Pease assisting. Miss
Burnett ld cookbooks containing recipes
by members of the Alliance. At the
housekeepers' booth were Mrs. R. S. Mc
Lcran and Mrs. Southwork, and at the
domestic table Mrs. W atson presided. Mrs.
E P. Walte had the fancy work booth,
Mrs. D. Schindler and Miss Atwood the
bags and in the refreshment room were
Mrs. W. H. Patterson and Mrs. Alden.
The bazaar continues today with an in
teresting programme, which Miss Sears
and Miss Gilo havo arranged, tonight.
SCORED MAJOR NEWELL.
Jacob RHs Refers to Him in His Seat
Major Cicero Newell, well known In
Portland Grand Army circles, and a resi
dent of East Portland for several years.
was the subject of a scathing scoring in
Seattle a few days ago by Jacob Riis, the
tctcran newspaper man and reformer, in
the course of his lecture on "The Battle
of the Slums." Since leaving Portland
Major Newoll has been military Instructor
at ashon School for boys: he was also
connected with the Reform School in
Seattle, and now is with the Newell In
dustrlal School on Mercer Island. From
this latter school two boys escaped shack
led, and they told a story of hardship
and suffering, reflecting severely on Major
jsewclls management. Mr. Riis, in speak
lng of this Incident In his lecture, said:
"When I read in your morning paper
today :that two hoys shackled itogether.
had undergone great hardships in order J
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
- . A LIMITED NUMBER
OF 9 x 12
S SOLD REGULARLY FOR ,
: $16, REDUCED TO
J. 0. Mack & Co.
86-88 Third St.
raaz. krscjux, rm.
mmn m lumwH wwi, n rruii. ttmt
. .. . . . $1.00, $1,50, $2.00 per Day
$3 PER DAY
to escape from your industrial or reform
school, I said to myself that the cood
thin? about it was that they did run
away. It makes my blood boil to read of
a thins like that. Treat boys right, with
love and care, and they will never run
away. It is not only unnecessary, but it
is an outrage to shackle boys. Boys must
be treated differently from grown people.
They must be allowed to blow off steam
and dispose of their surplus energies. You
cannot help boys by mistreating- them.
You must handle them gently and with
tenderness. That Is the only way to
It is now between 10 and 12 years since
Major Newell left Portland to become
military instructor at Vashon School,
where his severity with the boys, it is
said, caused his dismissal. For several
years he was machinist at the "Willamette
Iron "Works and also at Wolff & Zwlcker's.
and is said to have been a good workman.
He tried to run an undertaking establish
ment in the Holman block on Grand ave
nue and Bast "Washington street, but
failed. For several month. prior to his de
parture Major Newell tried to induce the
Portland Board of Education to establish
an industrial school in connection with the
public schools, appearing before the board
several times to urge his project, but his
scheme was turned down. ' Major Newell
was a member of George "Wright Post. G.
A. R., and was prominent in gatherings
of the veterans, but was considered by his
comrades as a man of peculiar disposition.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Dec. 8. Maximum temperature,
44 dec; minimum, 38. River reading at 11
A. M., 3.2 feet: ch suite In past 24 hours. rlw
2.4. Total precipitation, 5 P. II. to C P. M.,
0.01 inch; total since September 1, 1904, 10.17
Inches; normal, 13.46; deficiency, 3.29. Total
sunshine December 7, 1904, 38 minutes; pos-.
Bible, S hours and 48 minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level), at 5 P. M., 30.04.
PACIFIC CO A ST WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C...
Salt Lake City....
San Francisco ....
Tatoosh. Island ....
.IM O ( HI
. 44 0.00
.!62 0.00; 8
.56 0.001 ;se
.J60J T I NW
0.00 O N
Light. T trace.
The barometer ha fallen over Wtern Wash
ington, and there is evidence of a disturbance
somewhere at sea off the north coast. The rain
fall during the last 12 -hours has been light
and widely scattered, but threatening weather
continues, and the Indications are for light
rain Friday in Western Oregon and Western
Washington, and light rain or enow In the
eastern portions of these Kates and Northern
Idaho. The winds along the coa.it will Increase
and probably become high.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, December 9:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain; south
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Occasional rain: southeast winds, probably In
creasing to high along the coast.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Occasional rain or snow.
Southern Idaho Cloudy and threatening.
EDWARp A. BBALS. District Forecaster.
CASTOR I A
For Iif&nts aad CMltren.
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Be&rs tie Sl$J-&
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caade te families
aad single gentle
bcs. The m&a
acesiest will be
pleased at alt
time to show
rooms and sire
price. A modern
Turkish hath -tablish
VU C. BOWERS.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. "Wilson, at ISO First street, at 10
A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At Baker's auction-house, corner Alder and
Park. Sale at 2 P. M. Geo. Baker tz Co., auc
tioneers. At Gllman's auction-rooms; 4.-3 Washing
ton street, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. Li X.
WOODMEN . OF
this (Friday) even
ing in W. O. W.
Hall, 10th and Washington sts. All members
come out to night and hear about the big
time. Applications are rolling In. Come.
C A. ELLIOTT, C. C.
A. L. BARBUR. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF- THE WORLD,
MULTNOMAH CAMP NO. 77
Meets Friday nights In their
forest. East Sixth and East AI-
i cejiea ay any camp in the order. Come and
I meet with us. J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42. A.
F. &.A. M. Stated communication
this (Friday) evening 7;S0, Ma
sonic Hall. Grand ave. and Burn-
flld All f M onrHlnll..
By order W. M. GEO. P. LENT. Sec.
MYRTLE CHAPTER. No. 15, O.
E. S. Regular communication this
iKriday) evening In Masonic Temple
at 8 o'clock. Election of oBteers. By
order W. M
JENNIE H. GALLOWAY. Secretary.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. IS. I. O. O F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at
7:30 o'clock. Second degree. Visitors wel
come. HENRY BROWN. Secretary.
EARLE William A. Earle was killed at York
town. Tex.. June 7. laet. Mr. Earle has
relatives In Portland.
FUNERAL NQT1 CES.
RYAN In Denver, Colo., Dec. 5, 1904. Kath
eryn C. Ryan, aged 30 years. Funeral will
take place Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8:43 A. M.
from residence of her sister, Mrs. J. P
O'Brien. 120 N. 17th st.; thence to the Ca
thedral, 15th and Davis sts.. at 9 A M.
where requiem high mass will be offered for
the repoje b her soul. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited.
LIE BE At The Dalles. Or.. Dec. 0. 1104.
Theodore H. Llebe. aged 5S years. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to
attend th- funeral services, which will be
held at Flnley's chapel, at 1 P. M., Saturday,
Dec. 10. Interment Lone Fir jCemetery.
APPERSON In this city. Dec. 7. 1904. at tne
family residence. 448 Hall ft.. Jennie Appcr
son. aged 38 years. 4 months and 3 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at Flnley's chapel, at 1 P. M.
today. Services at the grave private.
SINFIELD In this city. D&c. 0. 1904. Fannie
M. Slnflekl. aged fll years. The funeral ierv.
Ices will be held at Flnley' chapel, at 10
A. M. today. Services at the grave private.
DUNNING. McENTEB & GILBAUGH
successors to Dunning & tampion, under
takers and embalmen. modern In every de
tail. 7th and Pine. Phono Mala 43V. Ijl&j
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved to their new building-.
Third and Salmon. Ladjr assistant.
Telephone No. SO".
J. P. FIN LEY tt SON, Funeral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
V. 6. DUNNING. Undertaker. 411 rait
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 62.
New Grass Butter 55c
June creamery butter 50c
Best creamery 55c and 6rtc
Dairy butter 40c and 45c
Eggs - 25c and 30c
Bacon .....124c and 15c
Best sugar-cured ham 13C
Arbuckle and Lion coffee .".IL'c
50c tea for 30c
Remember Saturday la chicken day. Chick
ens, geese,, and turkeys. All goods retailed .at
wholesale prices, t
LA GRANDE CREA'MERY. 2H Yamhill. .
Phone Main 117. GEO. L. BAKER, Mgr.
ALL THIS WEEK.
THE BIG NEW YORK SUCCESS,
WE WANT YOU TO ATTEND OUR FIRST
Grand Bargain Saturday
THK rullPflN and 20 cents will admit
J 1110 LWUriMV one adult to best .parquet
seat or one school child under 12 for 10
cents. Send your children, we will take gcod
care of them.
4 Nigrhts Starting Sunday Matinee.
Mr. E. J. Carpenter offers the scenic
A LITTLE OUTCAST
A play with heart Interest and de
Marquam Grand Theater w.t.mmis
Phone Main S6S.-
This afternoon at "7t o'clock.
Tomorrow afternoon and night. 3 and 8:30
Ben Greet Players
Great Morality Play of the 15th century.
Prices Matinee and tomorrow night, lower
floor $1.50. SI; balcony. SI, 75c, 30c; gallery
50c; boxes and loges, 10.
Marquam Grand Theater Re?MS?Ble
Phone Main 868.
All week, beginning Monday, Dec, 12. 1904,
Special price matinee Saturday.
Portland's Favorite Actress.
Monday and Tuesdays nights "Zaxa
Wednesday night. "Teas of the D'nrberrlllea"
Thursday night ..
"The Adventure of Lady Ursula"
Friday nlgbt, Saturdity afternoon
"A Doll's. House
Saturday night.. "Mnrta of the Lowlands"
Evening prices Entire lower floor 1; bal
cony. $1, 75c, 50c; gallery. 25c and 35c;
boxes and loges. $7.50. Special matinee
prices Entire lower floor, 75c: entire bal
cony, 50c; gallery. 23c and 33c. Seats are
A. H. BALLARD, Lessee aad Manager.
Fourteeath. and Washington Streets.
All this week, matinee Saturday.
The Superb Columbia Stock Co.
Presenting Charles Dixon's great fare
"Mistakes Will Happen"
A decided hit. crowds and great success.
Under new management.
Public and company delighted.
Evening prices. 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c; loge cir
cle 75a Matinee prices, 10c. 13c, 25c; loge
circle, 50c Box office open all day down
town. 10 A. M. to 7 P. M.. at Dolly Varden
Candy Shop In Marquam bldg., 327 Mcrrl
sbn st. After 7 P. M. at theater.
Next Week, "The Prodigal Daughter."
The Grand Theater
A Wonderful Offering
TODAY NEW BILL TODAY
Le Mont's Dog, Cat and Monkey Circus.
SEAMAN AND ROGERS.
The Professor and the Coon.
Eccentric Musical Novelties.
JAMES It. AND MAUD BYAN,
Character, Comedy aad Dancing. .
Murphy and Andrews.
Mr. Alt Bonner, Pictured Melodist.
The Flying Weavers, Trapeze.
The Markleys. Baajotsts.
"Kit Carson," the Graadloecose.
Admission to any seat 10c; box seats. 25c.
No. 25 Coupon No. 25
Friday Matlne, Dec 9, 1904.
This coupon and 5c- entitles holder to
one admission when presented at box
KZATIKG & FLOOD, Managers.
Third and YamhllL
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVTLIJt
BOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
On performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The origiaal family vaudeville house.
CAMPBELL AND SHEPP.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:39
P. M. Admission. 10c to any seat.
iCorner Alder and Seventh.)
' REFINED VAUDEVILLE
2:50 to 4:30; 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday. 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 100 will admit two peopM
any matlnte. except Sunday and holidays.
TEX CENTS NO HIGHER.
Sixth St.. opposite Oregonlan.
This Week's Programme:
Violet, Ross and Little Angel.
IlILLEBRAND, STRONG MAN.
LEO & SULKY.
GRACE DARN LEY.
Afternoons from 2 to 4:30; evenings from
7 to 10:30; Sundays, continuous from 2 to
10:30. Admission, 10 cents.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY MADE OVER OR
exchanged; diamonds, precious stones, loose
and mounted: watches. Jewelry repaired;
close prices; good work. Tlngry. the Jeweler,
N. E. cor. 3d and Washington, Breeden bldg.,
TWO-STORY HOUSE. CORNER LOT, 50x100;
grocery In lower story: stock worth from
$400 to $500; all for sale for flSOO; thU Is a
great snap. Knapp & Mackey. Room 2,
Chamber of Commerce.
NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE LOT 50x100; TOI
let and bath: good basement, eta: for sale
cheap if taken at once: price $1000. Knapp
& Mackey, Room 2, Chamber of Commerce.
We offer for sale a number of lots in
Prices are reasonable.
W will build for you.
You can pay In Installments.
PORTLAUD TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
100 Third s'treeL'
CLASSIFIED AD. SATES.
"Reams," "3lems and Beard." "Haase
keeylag Rooms," "SltBstteas Wasted." IS
ward or less, 15 cesti; 18 te - mrds, 2ft
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 ceats, etc. No dis
cs ant for addJtieal laxertloai.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, exceyt
"New Today," 39 ceats for 15 words or less;
16 to 29 words. 49 ceats; 21 to 25 werdj. 89
cents, etc. first Insertion. Each addltleaal
taiertiBB, one-half; no further diicoaat un
der oae Enoath.
IMPORTANT The low secead-tlme rate ea
advertising that runs either la the el&jakfted
oelaBins, or under head "Net? Today." will
be given oaly wfaes adrertlslag U laserted ea
coBsecntive days. Dally aad Sanday issues.
AdvertUiag that la cchedaled to appear at
Intervals of oae or more days as art will be
charged for at full ose-Ume rate each In
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measare agate), 13
cents per line, flrst Insertion: 19 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Orecoalas, aad left at this
efBce, thoald always be Inclosed la sealed en
velopes. No stamp Is reqtdred on. such letters.
The Oregonlan will sot be responsible for
errors in advertisements tabes tareegh the
When a young man opens a savings ac
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
He has reached a turning point in his ca
reer. Thereafter, perseverance mokes success
certain. Do not be afraid to begin with a
small deposit. You will be made welcome.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY IF OREGON
109 Third Street.
BEN J. I. COHEN , President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
Duplex Pump, second
hand, A I condition. Size
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Iaqulre A. W. Cochraa,
Mortgage Loang 5and Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. 13 lit K ELL,
202-3 McKay Building. Third and Stark.
100x100. on Overton, between 19th and 29th
with house used as flat and will rent for
$40 per month; can sell vacant lot separ
ately. If desired: price onlx S4500.
82 Sd st, cor. Oak.
We want about 2000 'poles. 4x4 topa, 4x
butts, 22 feet long, or round cedar poles, Jan
uary delivery f. o. b. cars. Must be high
mountain timber, butt cuts. Quote price with
particulars to "Lumber." 313 Alisky bidg., 3d
and Morrison eta., Portland.
MORI GAGE LOANS
On Pert land real cataU at lowest rats.
Tttlts Insured. Abstracts furalshsd.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
I Chamnsr or Comaerea.
WANTED CAS CAR A. GRAPE ROOT.
Rosenberg Bros. Sz Co.. 200 Washington.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THE WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO.. SUITE
100-101 Sherlock bldg.. cor. 3d and Oak.
Portland. Or. Telephone Main 1440. We are
the people. The company doing the great
est business on the Pacific Coast. We have
over 00 rooming-houses and hotels, any
location, and any number of rooms. In the
city. Farm land In and out of Portland
of every description. Quick deal, straight
forward business and courtesy our policy.
If you wish to buy. if you wish to sell, get
acquainted with us. Correspondence so
licited. Call and see us.
FOR SALE. $4750.
Very choice 7-room house, on Willamette
Heights, thoroughly modem; price baa been
put away down to insure quick sale: see this
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT.
100 Third street.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
at handling acreage: we have tracts In
side of city limits or outside; soma ar
directly on car line; all are accessible,
one acre or more; prices very low; terms
to suit. A. C. Churchill A- Co., 110 Second
FOR SALE. J400O.
Quarter block on Marshall st.. nesr Good
Samaritan Hospital; street Improvements mads
and paid for; a choice corner.
. PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
100 Third street.
FOR SALE UP-TO-DATE. 3 LARGE
roomed cottage, modern: grounds 100x100;
nice barn, woodshed, chicken park, vartoty
frult; streets improved; sewer: will take
small farm In exchange near city. Phone
Union C06U. Premises 8T3 E. 10th St., North
FOR SALE. $230.00.
In Woodstock. Portland's most attractive
suburb: lots 100x100; every lot a corner; $10
down. $10 per month.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANT.
109 Third etreet.
NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE FRUIT
trees, house all complete, only $050; wll!
rent for $12. See owner, Joe Nash. In white
house, at Nashville Station, on Mt. Scott
NICE MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. GAS.
electric lights, nicest place In Upper Al
bina; $2150. half cash, balance on time.
Call at 32S San Rafael St.. cor. Rodney
$600 NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, BATH,
toilet and first-class: not quite finished in
side, only $B00. See owner, J. F. Truelson.
at Tremont. on Mt. Scott car.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. . electric line. O. R.
Aadttlon. Lents. Or Take Mt. Scott ear.-Sc.
LOT 25x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE,
bet. Wash, and Alder, on Lownsdale. In
quire 123 Lownsdale st.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE 7-ROOM HOUSE
West Side; modern Improvements. J 21,
SIX LOTS ON WEST AVE., $250 EACH.
Address owner. 62 Gilliam are., Mt. Tabor.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 "ROOMS. S873 CASH.
Berry A Alexander. 4 N. 6th.
$1230 WILL BUY 4-ROOM HOUSE. LOT 34x
60. at 423 Front St.; terms.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES
$3000 to $10,000; also business properties,
$5000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W.
Whiting & Co.. 405 Ablngton bldg.
WEST SIDE INCOME PROPERTY. $10,000
to $12,000; principals and written. proposi
tion only. S 20. Oregonlan.
TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT OR SUBURBAN
acreage place from $800 to $3000. Q 20.
FOR SALE FARMS.
47 ACRES. BLACK VALLEY LAND. LEVEL
and all In cultivation'; half mile R. R. sta
tion; $45 per acre.
06 acres, mostly river bottom land, half
mile town on West Side R. R.. all highly
cultivated; price $3000.
220 acres, all plow land, house, barn, run
ning water: half mile depot; price $40 per
230 acres, over 200 cultivated, two houses,
two barns. 1500 Italian prunes, good ago;
half mile town; a fine farm; $45 per acre.
1276 acres, good wheat land, in Eastern
Oregon, one good crop often pays for such
land; new R, R. building near by; must
be mostly cash at $15 per acre; other gootl
wheat lands from 160 acres up, we will
sell at $10 to $15 per acre.
B. S. COOK. 251 Alder.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
80 acres with 40 under plow, other 40 cov
ered with brush and cordwood timber; eoil
Is rich, lays good and nicely watered, 300
bearing fruit trees of which 100 are cho!c
Winter apples: a large S-roora 2-story house
nicely flnlehed. woodshed, chicken-house, 2
large bams, good fences; 2 cows, 2 2-year-old,
mare and colt; all kinds farming tools;
about 10 lone of hay: on good county road,
y-mlle from good school aad 3 miles from
Carrollton. a town on the N. P. Ry. and Co
lumbia Ittver. Price $2000 with $1000 down,
or will take half of valuation In desirable
Portland property with $600 down. Imus &
Wllloughby. Kalama. Wash.
DAIRY. FRUIT OR HOP FARM 240 ACRES;
20 miles out; cuts puw worm nay; can run
100 dairy cows: 2 barn; 6-room house: 7
acren fruit; makes big money; only $45 per
acre: cheese factory. C. H. Winner. 204
Exceptionally fine Improved farm. 53 acres,
east of Portland; electric car. 227 Front.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT FOR TERM OF YEARS. STOCK
ranch of 1500 acres on McKenxle River. For
sale. 100 cattle, S horses. 200 sheep and
goats, 50 tons hay; hogs, tools, etc. Ad
dress E. P. Cadwell. Seaburg. Or. Will be
at Perkins' Hotel. Portland. 'Dec. 11 and 12.
FOR EXCHANGE A $1000 CALIFORNIA
fruit ranch In Santa Clara Valley for a
stock and grass ranch. Address C. 3., Cor.
Portland, Or.. Taylor-st. dock.
IF YOU HAVE PORTLAND PROPERTY TO
trade for a farm see our "ad" In the column
"Farms for Sale." Imus & Wllloughby,
FOREST HESBRVB SCRIP.
AeroTtf. unrestricted, ready for imraitillaft
e. LOWEST PRICSfi.
33. X. ft F. B. Riley. 60S Chamber Commerce.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
for securing title timbered or agricultural
land. H. B. Compson. 61S Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH
& guaranteed land scrip oa hand ready to
locate. Maginnls St Son. 227 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
crips: general land practice. Collin Land
Co.. Concert Bldg.
Horses, Vehicles aad Haraess.
FOR RENT STALLS FOR HORSES BY
day. week or month; price reasonable; one
of the cleanest and moat convenient places
In the city. 248 Front.
A COVERED GROCERY WAGON IN GOOD
condition. Bulllvant's Grocery, 13th and
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm Implement. 227 Frost,
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast, for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
FOR SALE FINE HORSE AND BUGGY
cheap. Inquire stable, 12th and Jefferson.
FOR SALE HORSES BY W. E. JACOBS.
134 East 34th sU Phone Union 1632.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair it with Elaterlte; It rolls, easy t
lay; needs no painting or coating; good ovsr
eld Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Hoofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables: easy payments; we
rent tables, with prlvllegs of buying. Mod
era bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balks-Collender.
49 3d st.
' 1 'NCU HULL FOR SALE. 56 FEET
long. 12 feet beam; can be knocked down
or finished; for particulars Inquire Gra
ham boatyard, foot E. Pine st.
FOR SALE, CHEAP A 16-HORSE. POWER
boiler and 8-horee power engine; In good
running condition. Inquire at City Market,
295 1st at.
A SPANISH-MAKE ROSEWOOD MANDO
Hn. $8: will coat at any muelc store twice
that amount. Uncle Myers. 143 3d, near
NEW BANK OR OFFICE FIXTURES,
quarter-sawed oak. modern design; very
handsome. C 22. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE SEVERAL FINE PURE BLUE
whlte diamonds. &-k.. at half value. 612
Moving picture film, rong slides, maglo lan
tern. T. P. Andrews. 109 Moat. 8. F.. CaL
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rubber stamps, safe. Coast Co., 231 Stark,
FOR SALE. CHEAP JERSEY AND GUERN
sey cow; 3 gallons. 700 E. ISth at.. South.
FOR SALE ABOUT 3000 OLD BRICK. $4
per 1000. S. e. comer Front and Oak sts.
Oliver typewriters. S. H. typewriters, all
makes. Norrls Safe & Lock Co.. 84 3d st.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT BALE $40 WOLFF
Americans now $23. 7th and Morrtsoa.
HELP WANTED MALE.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
opened one of his famous barber colleges at
644 Clay St., San Francisco; special Induce,
ments this month; positions guaranteed; tui
tion earned while learning. Call or write Chas.
Hslstead. agent. 215 Morrison St.. Portland.
LOGGERS. MILL AND TaRDMBN. LAB
erers, city and country; men aad team,
farmhands and mil tears, restaurant and
Biesa-bouse help; work f all kinds. Ca
cadlan Employment Co., 249 Burnside aad
226H Morrison. Phone Main 807c.
PERSON TO CALL ON RETAIL TRADE:
established business; $26 and expense paid
weekly; expense money advanced; position
permanent; previous experience not essen
tial. Address Trade Manager, 323 Dear
WE SEARCH THE WORLD FOR MEN; WE
have to, to fill the positions we now havo
open for competent managers, salesmen, office
and technical men. Call or write Pacific Com
mercial Bureau, suite 45, Concord block, 2d
WANTED SINGERS. ACTORS. MUSI
clans. for Portland World's Fair, vaudeville
circuit and traveling companies. Newman's
Vaudeville Circuit, Raleigh, 6th and Wash
ington. LEARN BARBER TRADE AT GILLETT.
Teaches vou free in shops; practical meth
od: wages while learning; no fake barber
college. 611 Commercial st.. San Francisco.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED ATTBND
ant In a private aanltariuro: one who under
stands massage and the uee of electricity.
Address G 21. Oregonlan.
WANTED PHYSICIAN, REGISTERED IN
Montana for position in medical institute;
good salary: fine opening for good man.
Address T 31. Oregonlan.
WANTED BRIGHT MAN TO TAKE AN IX
terest In well-paying buslneM: must have
$25 cash: buslnesu will pay $75 to $100 per
month. K 20. Oregonlan.
WANTED PASTRY. SHORT ORDER AND
dtnner cook: must be first-class; wages $12
per week, at Mosler's Railroad Eatlng
House, Roseburg, Or.
WANTED CARRIERS FOR NEWSPAPER
routes, West Side, 7 to 9 evenings, $10
per mo. B. B. Rich. 103 3d st.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE NEWLY
opened: special Inducements to young men
to learn trade. 267 Flandei.
WANTED AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
with some experience to deliver groceries.
374 Washington -st.
WANTED FIVE SOLICITORS. SALARY OR
commission. $4 to $10 per day. 23 Labbe
STRONG BOTS TO CARRY MORNING
papers. Apply between 4 and 5, Oregonlan
BOY WITH AVHBEL. AFTER SCHOOL AND
Saturdays; steady. Palace Market. 260 Yam
hill. Men wanted to learn barber trade. Bar bar
College. 741 Howard st.. San Francisco.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
FIRST-CLASS WAFFLE BAKER - WANT5
ed. r 19, Oregonlan.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SASH AND DOOR MACHINE MEN AND
boys to learn planing mill business. Nicolal
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME, $9 PER
week; materials seat everywhere free;
steady work, plain sewing only. Send ad
dresed envelope for full particulars. W. J.
W.. Du Pont. Philadelphia, Pa.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
term aids, cooks, waitresses; nurse girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $15
to $30. Canadian Parlors. 2284 Morrison.
Phone Main 1323.
DRAMATIC, VAUDEVILLE ACTING,
stage dancing, sketches taught: terms rea
sonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting. Kalelgh bldg.. 6th and
WANTED SINGERS. ACTORS. MUSI
clans. for Portland World's Fair, vaudeville
circuit and traveling companies. Newman's
Vaudeville Circuit, Kalelgh, 6th and. Wash
ington. WANTED YOUNG LADY TO LEARN
nurtsn'a profession; aged 20-25. of good ad
dress and In good health. For particulars
address Sunnystde Hospital Tenlno, Wash.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook; good wages to
right party. Apply 228 Union ave., X.,
near Holiday aye.
HOTEL LAUNDRESS. $30 (BOARD,
room); girl dishwasher, domestic. Mt. Ta
bor, waitress, everybody. Drake, 205 H
GENTLEMAN OWNING HAND LAUNDRY
desires experienced woman partner: no
money required. 230i Yamhill. Phone
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230 & Yamhill. Phone
WANTED OrRLS TO LEARN MILLINERY
whole coursa taught In 1 month, $10. Ap
ply at Hotel Brown, room 220. Tel. East
WANTED A COOK IN RESTAURANT
cooking family style; no short-order house;
good wages. Call 90 N. 3d. cor. Flanders.
WANTED GOOD AMATEURS FOR SKETCH
teams, musical acts. etc. Room 35, Ralelgn,
6th and Washington.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 123 14th st, bet Wash
ington and Alder.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR SECOND
work, with some experience. Alton Court,
11th and Yamhlllt
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
for private boarding-house. 394 Alder st
WANTED A GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL
or woman for housework. Gall 217 Ore
WANTED A WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK
and take care of children. Call at 245
WANTED YOUNG GIRL 16-18. FOR HELP
and care of baby. Inquire mornings. 300
WANTED GIRLS TO SEW ON FURS. AP
ply at SHverfleld's, cor. 4th and Morrison sts.
WANTED GIRL FOR CHOCOLATE DIP
per. Boston Candy Co., 424 Washington st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good pay. Apply 414 7th, cor. Hall.
WANTED EXPERIENCED OFFICE GIRL.
Apply S. P. McGulre, 416 Oregonlan bldg.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
light housework. Apply 246 Halsey st
STENOGRAPHER WANTED: MODERATE
salary. Apply 318 Ablngton bldg.
QIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply 692 Hancock st. Irvlngton.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 237
N. 22d. cor Northrup.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply 400 Tillamook st
WANTED GIRL TO WASH DISHES AT
106 N. 7th.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
.Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD EXECUTIVE
ability and wide practical experience, who
is an expert stenographer and first-class,
all-around office man. desires employment;
would work on salary or Invest in satis
factory business; best references. N 19,
REGISTERED DRUGGIST DESIRES Po
sition in city. F 11. Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS MANAGER OR
foreman in steam laundry: have had 2D
years' experience In and Intelligent study
of the business in large plants; am young,
progressive, temperate in habits; have good
executive ability and fitted to handle any
size plant; desire an opening where hard
work and attention to business will be ap
preciated. H. E. Cleaver. Los Angelea.
A HANDY YOUNG MAN OVER 16. GOOD
habits, can care for horses and milk, would
like work in or near Portland. D 21, Ore
gonlan. YOUNG MAN. MARRIED. BEEN IN CITY
two weeks: must have work of some kind
at once. Room 51, Burnslde Hotel, city.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS A POSITION,
work by half-day. or where he can attend
day school. Phone Clay 834.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION AT
tend to school; wages no object. R 20,
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS A Posi
tion to do housework, any kind help. B 21,
YOUNG MAN SOME EXPERIENCE,
wants work in store or office. K 21. Ore
gonlan. A FIRST-CLASS BAKER ON BREAD AND
cakes; position, city or country. D 20. Ore
gonlan. GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSPTION
dishwashing or houseworklng. V 20, Ore
gonlan. A JAPANESE BOY WANTS SUCH A SrTU
atlon as can attend school. B 20. Ore
gonlan. YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE WORK; AGE
IS years. Apply telephone Main 5489.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
8ITUATION WANTED YOUNG WIDOW
with girl 3. housekeeper widower's family.
230 YamhllL Phone Black 2881.
BY MIDDLE-AGED LADY A3 WORKING
housekeeper for widower; will go In coun
try. C 13, Oregonlan.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS. ROOM 217.
Alisky bldg. Tailor-made suits and wraps of
1I kinds. Jackets rellned. Skins bound and
pressed for $1. Prices reasonable.
PLAIN SEWING. SHIRTWAISTS. 60c UP.
270 Market st. bet 3d and 4th.
SITUATION WANTED CAPABLE SWED
Ish girl, family cook, wages 23; East Side
preferred; experienced nurse girl. Cham
bermaids. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
t SITUATION DESIRED GENERAL HOC3E
work: wages from $15 to $20. B 22, Ore
SITUATION WANTED REFINED MID-dle-agcd
woman as nurse, or housekeeper:
references. 230 1? Yamhill. Phone Black
EXPERIENCED NURSE WANTS CARE OF
an Invalid lady. Phone Union 2S3S.
TELEPHONE DRAKE FOR HELP: TEN
waitresses, chambermaids, cooks, dishwash
ers. 100 housework girls, housekeeper.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES DAY
vork Thursdays and Fridays; cleaning,
sweeping or laundering. Phone Main 1625.
PARTY LIVING OUT OF TOWN WOULD
like girl to take care of; can give refer
ences. M 21, Oregonlan.
GIRL WANTS WAITRESS OR UPSTAIRS
work, boarding-house or hotel; will leave city.
P 12. Oregonlan.
ELDERLY WOMAN WOULD LIKE WORK
lit delicatessen or boarding-house. O 21,
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WASHING.
Ironing, or any kind of work, by "day, "-MS