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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1904.
CLIMAX IS REACHED.
Grand Jury May Return Sensa
INVOLVES SEWER SCANDAL
If John Doe Warrant Will Stand Legali
Test, Proper Indictments May Be
Returned Against Those Con
nected With Trouble.
Indications strongly point to the return
of indictments by the grand jury growing
out of the Tanner-Creek sewer scandal,
and there may be indictments because of
dishonest practices in certain street or
The nature of the indictments is a legal
pjzzle at the present time, which it Is
raid the grand jury Is endeavoring to
Indictments can beibrought if a conspir
acy to defraud can be established; brlb-
t is a crime which can be severely pun
ished. If proof Is forthcoming of any
lalso certificate or certificates, an indict
ment for obtaining money under false pre
tenses would He.
Evidence merely showing that the work
was not done according to contract, at
torneys say, would hardly support a crim
inal charge. It would open the door for
a civil action to prevent the contractor
from collecting his Taill. or warrant the
city in refusing to accept the work and
jaylng for it.
If indictments are returned there will
m dotfbt be a number of them affecting
The grand jury yesterday returned a
John Doe -warrant to Judge George. There
was great mystery about it, and officials
refused to be interviewed upon the sub
ject, but it is certain that It concerns
the Tanner-Creek sewer matter, and re
ports are that the grand jury desires to
be informed if the John Doe indictment
will stand the legal test. If so. a number
cf indictments of the same kind .will prob
ably turn up soon with the proper names
of the persons Implicated attached, and
the sensation caused by the disclosures
will not be a small one.
SPOKE OF GERMAN WOMEN.
Miss Jessie Goddard Entertains Mem
bers of Woman's Clubs.
Miss Jessie Goddard, of the High
School, gave a talk upon the subject,
"The Womon of Germany and "What Is
Being Done for Their Advancement," at
yesterday's meeting of the Woman's
Club, Mrs. Warren B. Thomas and the
German department having arranged the
Miss Goddard made a trip to Germany
recently and her impressions were pre
sented to the club -women in a most en
"There are in Germany," Miss Goddard
Faid, "women "who cannot call their souls
their own. Such as these are not many
in America, nor in Germany as formerly,
but still there you may see -women har
nesesed to the plow, and in some of the
most advanced of the cities women carry
ing coal and sweeping streets. They do
not complain, nut even seem contented,
and live in filth -when it would be juBt as
easy to bo clean, -with running water at
"In Berlin Dresden and Heidelberg,
where Americans most frequently visit,"
as Miss Goddard went on to say, "condi
tions aro better, and in these as in other
German cities women are now being
treated with what approaches somewhere
near American courtesy."
In Munich Miss Goddard became ac
quainted with the family of a retired
army officer, whose daughter, wishing to
bo Independent, asked her new friend to
suggest something she might do.
As the German girl knew English thor
oughly. Miss Goddard offered to help her
get a class in English, subsequently re
ferring- to her a young lawyer who want
MBS. MAXBRICKSOWX STORY.
By special arrangement with her pub
lishers. The Sunday Oregonlan tomorrow-win
jmbllsb. a pae epitome of "Mrs.
Maybrick Own Story: Mr Flltcen Lost
Tears." In seclusion and under the
Chcltcr of a friend's roof, Mrs. May
Jnick. ever since her arrival In America,
baa devoted oil her time to this recital.
It is Uterallr her own-story and pitifully
c& to study. But the young woman and
her mother threw up their hands in hor
ror at the idea ot teaching a younc man
their friends would cut them, and
nothing would do hut a class of little
girls. Miss Goddard found, however.
that chape rones aro not so much in evi
denco as in France, young women going
to tho theater alone quite often, but
there tho performance begins at 7:30
o'clock, which Is perhaps the reason this
Tho audience was also much interested
In hearing of the work of the Frauen
Interessen and of the Frauen Vereln, of
Munich, cmbs organized by educated
women for the purpose of helping the
poorer women of the city.
Miss Goddard's lecture was followed
hy some charming music and a "Kaffee
Klatch." Miss Anna Rankin sang "LJeb
chen 1st Da" (Franz) and "Staenchen
(Brahms), and Mrs. Robert Treat Piatt
sang "Sappluche Ode" (Brahms), "Aus
Mclnen Grossen Schmerzen" (Franz), and
"Irh Weiss XJcht Warum?" (Von Fielitz)
Miss Rankin returned only recently
from the Boston Conservators, and her
friends are hearing her sing with much
Interest and pleasure. Mrs. Piatt's sing
ins was delightful, also, and it seems
pity that she does not sing In public
Mrs. W. A. T. Bushong and Mrs. May
Dearborne-Schwab had two exquisite
numbers, (a) "Greeting" and (b) "Au
tutnn Song" (Mendelssohn): Mrs. May
Dearborne-Schwab s solos were (a) "Die
Forclle." (b) "Du Bist Die Run" (Schu
bert), (a) "Mondnacht," (b) "Der Nuss
baum," (c) "Widmung" (Schumann).
WILL BEST ON A KNOLL.
Remains .of Jason Lee to Be Buried
on Scene of His Labors.
The romalns of Jason Loe. the pioneer
Methodist missionary to the Oregon Coun
try, will rest at last on the knoll over
looking the scene of his best labors. They
will be taken to the Le Mission Ceme
tory. a mile and a half northeast of
Salem, and lemnly interred. He died
and was buried at Stanstead, Can., 60
A meeting was held last night In the
Imperial Hotel to decide what should be
done with his remains. They were
brought here some weeks ago and have
been in the care of F. H. Grubb, whose
wife was a child of Rev. Jason Lee. Sev
oral prominent Methodists were present
at the meeting, notably Bishop Moore
and Dr. J. H. Coleman, president of Wil
It was agreed that a building be erected
in Jason Lee's honor at "Willamette Uni
verslty. to be called the Jason Lee Build
ing of Liberal Arts. To obtain the funds
Fifth and Washington Streets
Rooms. $1.M to 3.SM Per Day.
According to Location.
J. r. DAVXES, Pre.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Rooms 5Qc to $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
HOTEL SCOTT CO.
A. J. DE1TZ, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel
Rooms single or en suite, with private bath. European 'plan. Elegant cafe
in connection. Free 'bus will meet all trains.
SEVENTH AND AN KENT STREETS. PORTLAND. OREGON.
with which to build, a press committee.
consisting of F. H. Grubb and Dr. A. M.
Fisher, was appointed to write the news
papers of the Oregon Country, Oregon,
"Washington and Idaho, to enlist sym
pathy with the movement and aid in rais
ing the monej
The final memorial exercises over the
remains of Jason Lee will be held next
Summer at the Taylor-Street Church dur
ing the Methodist Congress, which will
meet here at the Lewis and Clark Fair.
Election at John Day.
JOHN DAY Or., Dec. 9. (Special.)-The
city election held this week was a rather
tame affair, there being no well-defined
issues. The policy of the present govern
ment was Indorsed by the re-election of
Mayor J. D. Combs. His opponent, "W. H.
Johnson, waa declared by his supporters
to be pledged to the elimination of the
Chinese element. It seems probable that
Mayor Combs is also in favor of abating
this nuisance, and the Chinaman Leon,
who was fined in the Circuit Court for
selling liquor to minors, has been brought
before the Recorder, charged with selling
liquor without a license.
B. J. Bayley was re-elected Treasurer
and N. H. Boley Recorder. The Council
men elected were: Clarence Johnson,
"William Mason and F. C. Hacheney.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Dec. 8. Maximum tempera
ture, 40 deg.; minimum, 39. River reading at
11 A. M., 3.3 feet; change in past 24 -hours,
rise 0.1. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5
P. M., 0.5S inch; total since September 1.
1904, 10.75 inches; normal, 13.70; deficiency.
2.05. Total sunshine December b. 1904, Jo
minutes; possible, 8 hours and 43 minutes.
Barometer (reduced to sea level), at 5 P. M.,
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
Baker City . ;3S0.02j S'NW
Blfimarck .. 13CI0.O0) 0W
Boise IJ 1 K.w
Eureka &sao.w -jw
40O.O0, . SW
Vomlnons. H C uB U.w )U E
North Head j54j0.2432hv
Salt Lake City.
"Walla "Walla ..
.. 50 0.1CI 1SE
..'54 0.58, iSW
..52iO.OS 6' SB
. .TiOlO.OO. .v
54 0.30) 'E
40 0.20J S.
Light. T trace.
A storm of slight energy la central this even
ing off Cape Flattery, moving easterly. The
following maximum wind velocities occurred
,rHnr the last 12 hours: Tatoosh Island. 04
miles south, and North Head, 42 miles south.
Moderately heavy rain nas raiien in .wiwi
ern California, Western Oregon and "Washing
ton, and light snow Is reported this evening at
Baker City. Or.
The indications are for rain In this district
Saturday, with mild temperatures. The winds
will continue brlk to high from the south
along the coast.
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, December 10:
Portland and vicinity Rain; southerly winds.
Oregon and Washington Rain; southerly
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster.
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OFFICE j
FOR THE FObLOWIKU AASttbii
CHECKS. AND MAT BE HAD BY PRE
SENTING YOUR CHECKS AT THE ORE
A 9, 19. 20, 89, 96.
B O. 30. 12. 15, 16.
C 15. 16, 18, 19, 22.
D 11, 18.
1, 4, 9. 14. .
F 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20. . y
G 0. 17.
II 2. 12. 14. 20.
J 11, 14, 15, 18, 20.
K 3, 4. 15, 20. 61.
L 6. 98. . -
M 19, 94. A.
N 6, 10, 16 17, 20. 26.
09, 11, 15, 16. 17. "ife
1 1, 3. 7. 9, 14, 17. JT
Q 7. 10. 17. 19, 26.
R 13, J5. ... f
S 15, 19. v 1
T 9. 12. 16, 18, 21. 97.
V 12, 17, 18.
X 9, 16, 20.
Y 8. 11. IS, 17, 19, 20.
Duplex Pump, second
hand, A 1 condition. Size
Ine875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inqalre A. W. Cochraa,
First-Class Check Restaurant.
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Treaa,
OSCAR ANDERSON, Masager
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREGON
FREE 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rotes European plan, 50c. 75c, $1.00. $1.50,
$2.00 per day. Sample rooms in connection.
MEETING NOTI CES.
CARPENTERS UNION. NO. 50. A meeting
will be held this (Saturday) evening, at M
N. flth. between Everett and DavlK, at 8
o'clock. The General Secretary. Frank Duffy,
and Vice-President Guerin, of the United
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, will be
present and address the meeting. All are in
vited. E. I. FRENCH. Secretary.
"WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 40, A.
F. & A. M. Special communication
this tSaturday) evening. 7:30 o'clock,
Burkhard bldg. "Work E. A. degree.
All Mafons Invited. By order W. M.
J. II. RICHMOND. Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12. A. F.
& M. Special communication this
(Saturday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in the M. M. degree. Visitors
are cordially Invited. By order of
the IV. M.
W. M. DE LIN. Secretary.
PORTLAND UNION NO. 2 AND MARTHA
NO. 85. consolidated under the name of
Home Union No. 3. Order o Washington,
will give a dance Saturday evening. Decem
ber 10. at Forester's Hall. 2d and Yamhill
st. The receipts to go to a member who
has met with a serious accident. Good
music Admleslon 25c.
VEREIN EINTRACHT AH members are
requested to attend the funeral ot our late
member. Theo. II. Llebe. which wilt take
place today. Saturday, at 1 P. M.. from Fln
ley's Chapel, cor. 3d and Madison. Inter
ment at RIvervIew Cemetery
JOHN WAGNER. President.
By GEO. HAROLD. Secretary.
FISHEH At East Forty-Am and East Stark
streets, on December 9. 1904. Anna M. Fisher,
ageu" 81 years 6 months 7 days. Announce
ment of funeral later.
ASHTON-MULRIEN In Prescott. ' Ariz.,
December 3, 1U04, Lola Ashton-Mulrlen,
aged 32 years, beloved wife of Frank J.
Mulrlen and grand-daughter of the late
Enoch Hoult. of Harrlnburg, Or.
CLEAVER In this city. December 7. 1904.
at her late residence. 342 Clay st.. Ada E.
Clearer, aged 29 years. 3 months and 0
days. The remains were shipped to Baker
City for Interment by J. P. Finley & Son.
IIALLEY In this city, December S. 1904, at
the family residence. S43 East Sth st. N..
Lewis Gaylord. infant son of Garfield and
Ina Halley. aged 2 years. 2 months nnd
25 days. Funeral notice hereafter.
BURNS The remains of Silas A. Burns.
aged 22 years, who was Injured at Wat
lula Junction, December 15. and died In
the hospital at "Walla Walla. December
will arrive In Portland this morning at 8
A. M.. and will be taken to the chapel
or zeiier-xfyrnes Co.. 2i3 Russell :
where the funeral will be held Sunday,
December 11. 1904. at 2 P. M. Interment
Lone Fir Cemetery. Friends invited.
HTRONIMUS Near Vancouver. Wash.. De
cember 7. 1904, Christ Hyronlmus. aged 40
year, brother of Arthur and Joseph Hy
rommus, 01 mis city, tnenus and ac
quaintances are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral services, which will be
held at Flnleys Chapel, Sunday, December
11. at ax. interment Lone nr Ceme
LIEBE At The Dalles. Or.. Dee. C. 1001.
Theodore H. Llebe. aged 58 years. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral services, which will
be held at Flnleys chapel, at 1 P. M
Saturday. December 10. Interment River
DUNNING. McEXTEE ft GILBAUGH.
successors to Dunning Campion, under-
takers and embalm era, modern In every de
tail, 7th and Fine. mono Main 430. Ladj-
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Undertakers and
embalxnera, have moved to tnelr new build
lug, Third and Salmon. Lady astlatant.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. FINLKY SON, Funeral Directors.
cor. sa ana .uauison. uzuce or County Cor
ser. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 9.
J. 6. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East fi:
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k replug Rooms,'' "Situations Wanted," 15
words or less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional insertions.
vuz-r. aiuj uxxu.iv all: ADS, except
"New Today," SO cents for 15 words or less;
16 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; no further discount un
der one month.
IMPORTANT The low second-time rate on
advertlslnc that runs either In the classified
columns, or under head "New Today." will
be civen only when advertising Is Inserted on
consecutive days. Doily and Sunday issues.
Advertlslnc that is scheduled to appear at
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una lor eacu uuuiuonui wseruos.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ail
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velopes. No stamp Is required oa such letters.
The Oreronlon will not be responsible for
errors in advertisement taken through the
We want about 2000 pole?, 4x4 tops, 4x0
ouits, xeei ions, or rouna ceaar poics, Jan.
uary dellery f. o. b. cars. Must be hlsh
mountain timber, butt cuts. Quote nrlce with
particulars to "Lumber," 313 Allsky bids., 3d
ana iiorrison sis., x'oniana.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY MADE OVER OR
exenangea; aiamonas. precious stones, loo?e
ana mountea: waicnes. jewelry renalred
close prices: good work. Tlnjrry. the Jeweler,
ni. x.. cor. ana vkasninsioa, xtrecuen ola?..
"WANTED CASCARA. GRAPE ROOT.
Rosenberg Bros. & Co., 200 H Washington.
Phone Main 117. GEO. I. BAKER. Mgr.
ALL THIS WEEK.
THE BIG NEW YORK SUCCESS.
WE "WANT YOU TO ATTEND OUR FIRST
Grand Bargain Saturday
THK mi'PnN and 20 cents will admit
I 111 J IVbrUll one adult to bMt parquet
seat or one school child under 12 for 10
cents. Send your children, we will take good
care of them.
4 Nights Starting Sunday Matinee.
Mr. E. J. Carpenter offers the scenic
A LITTLE OUTCAST
A play with heart Interest and de
Marquam Grand Theater
Phone Main S68.
f . T. fMQlE
Last Two Times Today.
Matinee at 3 o'clock, evening at 8:30.
Ben Greet Flayers
Most Wonderful Play That Ever Came to
Prices, both matinee and night $1.50. $1,
75c, 50c. Special rates to teachers and stu
dents. Marquam Grand Theater g'ag? bIb
Phone Main 80S.
All week, beginning Monday, Dec. 12. 1904,
Special price matinee Saturday.
Portland's Favorite Actress.
Monday and Tuesdays nights ."Zuza
Wednesday night. "Tens of the D'urbervllles"
"The Adventure 01 Lady Ursula"
Friday night, Saturday afternoon
"A uoirs iiouse
Saturday night.. "jiarta of the Lowlands"
Evening prices Entire lower floor $1; bal
cony, $1, 75c. 50c; gallery. 25c ana .Joe;
boxes and loses. $7.50. Special matinee
prices Entire lower floor. 75c; entire bal
cony. 50c: gallery. 25c and 3oc beats are
A. IL BALLARD. Lessee and Manager.
Fourteenth and "Washington Streets.
Last two performance matinee today and
Charles Dixon's great farce comedy
"Mistakes Will Happen"
Evening prices 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c; loge cir
cle. 75c. Matinee prices, 10c, 15c, 25c; loge
circle, 50c. Box offlce open all day down
town, 10 A. M. to 7 P. il.. at Dolly Varden
Candy Shon in Marquam bldg.. 327 Morrl
son st. After 7 P. M. at theater.
Next week, beginning tomorrow matinee.
the great live-act drama, "The Prodigal
THE STAR THEATER
Cor. Park and Washington.
The Best and Most Fashion
able Vaudeville Theater
in "Foxy Grandpa"
COIE FRANCES BOWERS
TIPPLE AND KLIMENT.
GALE AND WINSLEY.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.. 7:30 to 10:30
P. -M. General admission, 10c: reserved box
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 R. AND MAUD RYAN.
Character, Comedy and Dancing.
Murphy and Andrews.
Mr. Alf Bonner. Pictured Melodist.
The Flying Weavers. Trapeze.
The Markleys. Banjoists.
"Kit Carson," the Grandioscope.
Admission to any seat 10c; box seats, 25
KEATING & FLOOD, Managers.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE
BOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
THE ARCADE THEATER
The original family vaudeville house.
CAMPBELL AND SILEPP.
Shows 2:30 to 4:30 P. M., 7:30 to 10:30
. M. Admission. 10c to any seat.
tCorner Alder and Seventh.)
2-.S0 to 4:30: 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 2 to 10 P.
It. This ad. and ,10c will admit two peop:
any matinee, except Sundays and holidays.
TEN CENTS NO inGHEB.
Sixth St.. opposite Oregonlan.
This Week's Programme:
Violet. Ross and Little Angel.
1IILLEBKAND, STRONG MAN.
LEO & SULKY.
GRACE DARN LEY.
Afternoons from 2 to 4:3U; evenings from
7 to 10:30; Sundays, continuous from 2 to
10:50. Admission, 1U cents.
I OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN
Invites all who have any kind of bankln
business to call and Investigate its terms
and facilities, and especially Its different
kinds of INTEREST-BEARING CERTIFI
CATES OF DEPOSIT. Full particulars are
contained In our book ot
Which we shall be glad to send you.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third St.
BEN J. I. COHEN
H. L. PITTOCK..
B. LEE PAGET .
J. O. GOLTRA ...
FOR SALE BY
The Title Guarantee
& Trust Co.
Cottage 5 rooms and lot 50x10.0
.feet, ten minutes' walk from Pen
Insular Station. Plenty fruit. (A.
Cottage 5 rooms, stable and shed,
lot 50x100 feet. St. Johns Park.
Lot 50x100 feet, corner Beech st.
and Grand ave. (A. 300.)
Cottage 5 rooms, small barn and
two lots. 5)0x100 feet. E. llth St..
bet. Mason and Shaver. (A. 293.)
Lot SOxSS feet on Vancouver ave.,
bet. Skldmore and Mason. (A.
Kl7nn House 7 rooms, bath, gar, lot 50x
pxiuu -0 feeU E sth and Fanmc sts.
terms $200 cash, balance easy. I A.
ITnft Cottage 5 rooms, bath, lot 50x105
Ivy st., near Rodney ave. (A.
$1i.nO "West Irvlngton. 100x100 feet. cor.
p X IT VJ U V 1AfK or, Tllt.irr.mV VT
G?H7nft House 7 rooms tnew) Halsey St.,
I UU -Wllttorr.. ov tlJ ITft -v
Irvlngton, six fine lots, all togeth
er, halt cash, balance on time.
Two houses, well built. . brick
foundations and lot 53x100 feet. E.
9th street and Division. Pays
over 10 per cent. E. P. 239.
C ftnO Cottage 4 rooms of good site, hard
v finjahed pantry and closets, lot
.'oxioo feet, near Mt. Scott car
line. (E. P. 238.)
100x100 feet, at Woodstock, close
to car line. (E. P. 224.)
New cottage. 5 rooms, bath, hot
and cold water, full basement, one
block, from car. E. Madison and
E. 37th st. (S. 210.)
SI 700 3 lot!- cor- Belmont and E. 31st
$2200 House 5 rooms, full cement base-
bet. E. 35th and E. 30th st. (S.
1 500 ll0 100 -et' corn,'r E- Salmon and
water and gas. (S. 201.)
S 750 Beautiful lot. top of ML Tabor,
v iow 2xi00 feet. $250 cash, balance on
time. tilt. T. 100.)
3 1-2 AcresVnnSt- 3ohn car llne'
12 Acres n Jonna's Creek, adjoin-
of cultivation, with cottage
and barn. Price $3730.
THE TITLE GUARANTEE
& TRUST CO.
6 AND 7, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
On Saturday, December 10
AT 1:30 P. M.
A special excursion train will leave
.fourth and Yamhill streets and con
vey intending purchasers to
To view the Shattuck farm, lying on
both sides of the railroad track, right
at the station, which has been sub
divided into tracts of 6, 8, 10 and 12
acres and will be sold with payment
of one-fourth down, balance in one,
two and three years with interest at
G per cent. Every person wanting a
country home, a fruit or beny farm,
or poultry ranch, should go out on this
excursion and inspect these tracts.
Abstract of title furnished to each
purchaser. While it is Winter and
you are seeing the lands at their worst,
it is the best time for intending buy
ers to make their selection. The train
will start at 1:30 from Fourth and
Yamhill streets and will return in an
hour after arrival. Remember the
Southern Pacific will soon run their
new gasoline cars hourly past this
For plats and prices call upon
Chas. K. Henry
273 Stark Street.
On Portland real estata at lowest rates.
Tttlaa inaurad. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 Chax&nar or Comniarca.
50 on 7th by 100 on Burnslde; cheaper than
any corner or Inside lot north of Washington
St.; $13,000. A. D. Marshall, Sole Agent. S24
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE UP-TO-DATE. 5 LARGE
roomed cottage, modern: grounds 100x100:
nice barn, woodshed, chicken park, variety
fruit: streets Improved; sewer: will take
small farm In exchange near city. Phone
Union G0S2. Premises 973 E. 10th at.. North.
T.KSS THAN ONE BLOCK FROM THE
main entrance to Lewis and Clark Fair
Grounds we have an excellent niece ot
ground facing two principal streets. See us
about it. Knapp tc Mackey, room 2, Cham
ber of Commerce.
A 7-ROOM HOUSE AND CORNER LOT.
with srrocery In lower story, stock of gro
ceries worth about $500. all for sale for
$1S00; must be tanen quicK. Knapp &
Mackey, room 2, Chamber of Commerce.
NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE FRUIT
trees, house all complete, only $C30; wil.
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
blna; $2150. half cash, balance on time.
Call at 32S San Rafael St.. cor. Rodney
FOR SALE ACREAGE WE HAVE A FEW
choice tracts at prices ranging from $1000
to $3000; Investigate these before buying.
Portland Trust Company. 109 Third st.
j COO NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE, BATH,
toilet and flrst-class: not quite finished In
side, only $600. See owner, J. F. Truelson,
at Tremont. on Mt. Scott car.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electrlo line. O. R.
Addition. Lents. Or. Take Mt, Scott car. 5c
LOT 23x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE
Det. Wash, and Alder, on Lownsdale, In
quire 123 Lownsdale st.
SIX HOMES: YOUR CHOICE HOUSE OR
cottage; grounds Improved. Zclla Gossett,
$1230-SNAP: 5-ROOM HOUSE AND 4 LOTS.
&OX1UV: Pl - "- --ii. unntr,
S 92. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE 7-ROOM HOUSE
West Side; modern Improvements. J 21 j
SIX LOTS ON WEST AVE.. $200 EACH.
Address owner, 62 Gilliam ave., Mt. Tabor.
HOME CORNER LOT. 9 ROOMS. $073 CASH.
Berry Alexander. 4 N. Cth.
$1250 WILL BUY 4-ROOM HOUSE LOT 31x
60. at 423 Front st.; terms.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE. ?4750.
Very choice 7-room house, on Willamette
Height, thoroughly modern; price has been
put away down to Insure quick sale; see this
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
109 Third street.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
cf handling acreage: we have tracts In
side of city limits or outside: some are
directly on car line; all are accessible,
one acre or more: prices very low; terms
to suit. A. C. Churchill & Co.. 110 Second
SMALL HOUSE WITH 2 LOTS. 40x100
each, on Mt. Scott car line; good water;
must be sold at once and very cheap. $320,
$100 cash, balance $10 per month, ICnapp
& Mackey. room '-. Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
53000 to $10,000; also business properties,
$5000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W.
Whiting & Co.. 40S Abtngton bldg:
TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT OR SUBURBAN
acreage place from 5S0O to $30U0. Q 2U,
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY IMPROVED
farm, Oregon or Washington. Q 'Zi. urego
nian. FOR SALE FARMS.
47 ACRES. BLACK VALLEY LAND. LEVEL
and all In cultivation; halt mile K. K. sta
tion; $45 per acre.
06 acres, mostly river bottom land, halt
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
250 acres, over 200 cultivated, two houses,
two barns. 150(1 Italian prunes, good age;
half mile town; a fine farm: $45 per acre.
1270 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 good
wheat lands from 160 acres up. we will
sell at $10 to $15 per acre.
B. S. COOK. 231 Alder.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
SO acres with 40 under plow, other 40 cov
ered with brush and cordwood timber; noil
Is rich, lays good and nicely watered. 300
bearing fruit trees of which 100 are cholco
Winter applea; a large 8-room 2-story house
nicely finished, woodshed, chicken-house. 2
large barns, good fences; 2 cows. 2 2-year-old,
mare and colt; all kinds farming toolsi
about 10 tons of hay; on good county road.
U-mllr1 from good school and 3 miles from
Carrollton. a town on the N. P. Ry. and Co
lumbia River. Price $2000 with $1000 down,
or will take half of valuation In desirable
Portland property with $G00 down. Imus &
Wlllougnby. Kalama. Wash.
Exceptionally fine Improved farm. 55 acres,
east of Portland: electric car. 227 Front.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT FOR TERM OF YEARS. STOCK
ranch of 1500 acres on McKenzie River. For
sale. 100 cattle. S horses. 200 sheep and
goal?, 50 tons hay; hogs, tool?, etc. Ad
dress E. P. Cadwell, Seaburg. Or. Will be
at Perkins' Hotel. Portland, Dec. 11 and 12.
FOR EXCHANGE A $10,000 CALIFORNIA
fruit ranch In Santa Clara alley ror a
stock and grass ranch. Address C. S. Cox.
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 RESERVE SCRIP.
Acprovtd. unrestricted, ready for Jm mod lata
M. LOWEST PRICES.
E. F. & F. B. Riley, 603 Chamber Commerce,
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
for securing tltl timoerea or agricultural
land. H. B. Compson. 01S Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTH-
er guaranieca iauu itnii
locate. Aiaginnis ec sou. rmut uuk.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
o-rlE: central lana practice, ihiiqs Lisa
Co., Concord Bldg.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
4 TIMBER CLAIMS, Al. Ll J.N U.lti XiUJLI.
4,000,000 to claim, yeuow nr ana ceaar.
close to railroad; fees $100. X 22. Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
A COVERED GROCERY WAGON IN GOOD
condition. uuiuvani a urocerj, niu auu
WOLFSTEIN buys and sells horses, wagons,
harness, buggies, farm Implements. 227 Front.
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
ELEGANT HARDMAN PIANO. NEW.. IN
perfect condition; will sell at sacrifice. Ap
ply at 330 Alder.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Elaterlte: It rolls, easy to
lay; needs no palnUng or coating: good over
old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roofing Co., room 2, Hamilton bldr.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; wa
rent tables, with privilege of buying. Mod
em bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Coller.der.
48 3d st.
1. i s H HULL FOR SALE, 38 FEET
long. 12 feet beam; can be knocked down
or finished; for particulars Inquire Gra
ham boatyard, foot E. Pine st.
NEW BANK OR OFFICE FIXTURES,
quarter-sawed oak. modern design; very
handsome. C 22. Oregonian.
FOR SALE SEVERAL FINE PURE BLUE
whlte diamonds. H-k.. at halt value. 612
Xilovlnr picture film, cong sllaee.
I ' T t Anrfrwn 109 Mfmt
S. F.. Cat
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods,
rubber stamps. cafe& Coast Co., 231 Stark.
FOR SALE A BOUT 5000 OLD BRICK. $4
per 1000. S. e. corner Front and Oak sts.
Oliver typewriters. S. H. typewriters, all
makes. Norrls Safe & Lock Co., 84 3d st.
BICYCLE CLOSING OUT SALE $40 WOLFF
Amerlcana now $23. 7th and Morrison.
A STEWART BANJO FOR $0.30. AT UNCLE
Mye, 143 3d at., near Alder.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN,
single, to travel and learn good paying
business. Call at room 31. 409 Morrison
St.. bet. 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
WANTED PHYSICIAN. REGISTERED IN
Montana for position In medical Institute;
good salary: fine opening for good man.
Address T 21. Oregonlan.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. COMMIS
slon; newspapers, magazines, trade jour
nals. Clyde's Advertising Bureau. 030
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED PASTRY. SHORT ORDER AND
dinner cook; must be flrst-class; wages $12
per week, at Mosler's Railroad Eatlng
House, Roseburg, Or.
HUSTLERS! CALL AND INVESTIGATE.
Office soliciting only; commission. Rob
inson & Co.. 03S Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED AMATEURS FOR THEATRICAL
companies, sketch teams, musicat acts.
Room 35. Raleigh. 6th and Washington.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE NEWLY
opened; special Inducements to young men
to learn trade. 267 Flanders.
WANTED 3 SOLICITORS. SALARY OR
commission. $2.30 to $3 per day. Address
V 22. Oregonlan.
WANTED FIVE SOLICITORS. SALARY OR
commission. $4 to $10 per day. 23 Labbe
WANTED FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTERER,
Washington Mattress & Furniture Co.. Se
WANTED EXPERIENCED TYPEWRITER
salesman. Apply suite 45, Concord blk. 2d
WANTED A TRAVELER TO TAKE SIDE
line for Eastern factory. Address F 22,
Men wanted to learn barbnr .trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard St.. San Francisco.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST.. CURES ALL FRI
vate diseases of men.
if MIGHT BOY TO WORK AT STORE. AP
ply 171 3d st,
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMx ABLEBODIED.
unmarried men, between ages, of 21 and 35.
citizens of United States, of good" char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For Information,
apply to Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak aU..
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.
Halstead. agent. 215 Morrison st.. Portland.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LAB
ortrs. city and country; men and teams,
farmhands and mllkera. restaurant and
mesa-house help: work of all kinds. Ca
nadian Employment Co.. 249 Burnsld and
226& Morrison. Phone Main 3074.
PERSON TO CALL ON RETAIL TRADE;
established business; $2S and expensed paid
weekly; expense money advanced: position
permanent; previous experience not essen
tial. Address Trade Mannger, 323 Dear
WE SEARCH THE WORLD FOR MEN; WE
have to, to fill the positions we now have
open for competent managers, salesmen, offlca
and technical men. Call or write Pacific Com.
merclal Bureau, suite 45. Concord block. Ud
DRAMATIC, VAUDEVILLE ACTING,
stage dancing, sketches taught; terms rea
sonable: positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting. Raleigh bldg., 0th and
WANTED- WIDE-AWAKE PARTNER TO
talk halt Interest In well established busi
ness tnat is paying ff'm $225 to $273 per
month: must have $1 JO cash. Y 22. Ore
gonlan. LEARN BARBER TRADE AT GILLETT.
Teaches you free in shops; practical -method;
wages while learning; no fake barber
college. 811 Commercial st.. San Francisco.
HELP WANTED at.b.
SASH AND DOOR MACHINE MEN AND
boys to learn planing mill business. NIcolal
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME. $0 PER
week; materials sent 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
berxnalds. cooes, waitresses; nurse girls,
second girls, housekeepers, housework. $15
to $30. Canadian Parlors. 22S& Morrison.
Phone Main 1323.
DRAMATIC. VAUDEVILLE ACTING,
stage dancing, sketches taught; terms rea
sonable; positions guaranteed. Newman's
School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 6th and
WANTED YOUNG LAD? TO LEARN
nurse's profession: aged 20-25. of good ad
dress and in good health. For particulars
address Sunnyalde Hospital Tenlno, Wash.
EXPERIENCED FORELADY FOR OUR
factory manufacturing overalls and shirts.
Apply, with references, Clendenlng,
Angllm & Co.. Seattle. WSsh.
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook; good wages to
right party. Apply 228 Union ave., N.,
near Holiday ave.
LADIES EARN $20 PER HUNDRED
writing short letters; send stamped en
velope for particulars. Ideal Mfg. Co., Cas
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
waiters, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230 a YamhllL Phone Black
"WANTED IMMEDIATELY HOUSEKEEP
German. widower, country, light work,
wages $10. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED GIRLS TO LEARN MILLINERY
whole course taught in 1 month. $10. Ap
ply at Hotel Brown, room 220. TeL East
t- . ,
WANTED AMATEURS FOR THEATRICAL
companies, sketch teams, musical acts.
Room 33, Raleigh, 0th and Washington.
WANTED A GERMAN OR SWEDISH
girl or woman for housework. $15 per
month. Call 217 Oregonlan bldg.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO CARE FOR
child. Apply mornings 444 Carter St.,
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work in small family; must be neat and tidy.
Phone East 2C55.
WANTED A NEAT; RELIABLE GIRL FOR
second work and family sewing, at 441
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work and children. OSS Tillamook. Phone
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good pay. Apply 414 7th, cor. Hall.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
ply 692 Hancock St.. Irvlngton.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 257
N. 22d. cor North rup.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD EXECUTIVE
ability and wide practical experience, who
Is an expert stenographer and flrst-class.
all-around office man, desires employment:
would work on salary or Invest in satis
factory business; best references. N 19,
BY TRAVELING SALESMAN. WANTING TO
leave the road, poaltlon In retail store la
city: dry goods, groceries or hardware. G
GROCERY CLERK WISHES POSITION; 10
years' experience. Q 21, Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS MANAGER OR
foreman in steam laundry; have had 20
yeara" experience In and Intelligent study
of the business In large plants; am young,
prog.-esslve. temperate In habits; have good
executive ability and fitted to handle any
size plant; desire an opening where hard
work and attention to buslncs will be ap
preciated. H. E. Cleaver. Loa Angele?.
TELEPHONE DRAKE FOR HELP; TEN
waitresses, chambermaids, cooks, dishwash
ers, 100 housework girls, housekeepers.
A HANDY YOUNG MAN OVER 16. GOOD
habits, can care -for horsee and milk, would
like work in or near Portland. .D 21, Ore
gonlan. COLORED MAN. JUST ARRIVED IN CITY,
wants position as chef or cook; best refer
ences. B. J. Johnson. 430 East Hoyt st.
JAFANESE BOY WANTS A POSITION.
wtrk by half-day. or where he can attend
day school. Phone Clay 834.
NICE JAPANESE BOY
housework and cooking,
phone Clay S34.
"WANTS TO DO
JAPANESE BOY, BEST REFERENCE,
wishes position as table waiter or housework.
Phone Clay 854.
YOUNG MAN WISHES TO WORK FOR
board and room while attending college. S
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION AT
tend to school; wages no object. R 20.
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. YOUNG MAN. JUST COMPLETED COLLEGE,
wants a position: can give references. Phone
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
dishwashing or houseworking. V 20. Ore
gonian SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG WIDOW. FINN,
with girl 3, desires situation as house
keeper, widower, or family, city. 230"
Yamhill. Phone Black 28S1.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER IN WID
ower's family, or will take care ot child
at own home. C 23. Oregonlan.
BY MIDDLE-AGED LAD! AS WORKING
housekeeper for widower; will go in coun
try. C 13, Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, waitresses, nurse girls. second
girls, chambermaids. housework. 230 ".j
Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
GOOD HOME. MOTHER'S CARE GIVEN IN
fant or child; reasonable. 2S4-Crosby. Call
forenoons, Scott 2973.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED. AND ALSO
famil'- washing, at 632 Zi st. Phone Front