Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, December 28, 1904, Page 10, Image 10

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THE MORNING OEEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2S, 1005.
RAID ON POOLROOM
Sheriff Finds Quiet Hand-book-Being
Run.
PROPRIETOR IS ARRESTED
J. V. Fleshman Says He Was Merely
Taking Bets for Seattle, but
Sheriff Says He Was
Selling Pools.
Another raid was made on poolsellins
yesterday afternoon, when Sheriff Word
and Chief Deputy Sheriff Morden arrest
ed J, N. Fleshman. The arrest was made
In room 22 of the Tacoma lodging-house,
and the charge is that of selling pools.
The Sheriff received a tip that the law
was being violated, and he at once
cwooped down on the place. There were
about a dozen men in the room at the
lime, but the officers saw nothing going
on to justify them in arresting any of
the number, and so contented themselves
with taking Fleshman Jnto custody. He
was released by Judge George on a bond
fcr 5100 requiring him to appear when
wanted before any court.
Was Intending to Open.
Fleshman was indignant at his arrest,
and to a reporter said: "They say I was
running a handbook pool business, but I
was not. I was thinking of opening to
morrow. I took a few bets and sent
them to Seattle. If I bet my horse will
beat yours, there Is nothing wrong In
that. I bet between 52000 and $3000 on the
prizefight the other night, and a deputy
sheriff was present- They ought to arrest
me for that They had no warrant."
Says It Is the Worst Kind.
Chief Deputy Morden said: "Fleshman
was running a handbook pool business
of the worst kind. There were at least
a dozen men in the room when wc got
there.
As there was no information on file
against Fleshman. nor an Indictment,
Judge George said the only way In
whloh he could act in accepting a bond
was as-a committing magistrate.
Fleshman was formerly employed as a
bookkeeper In the Warwick Club pool
rooms. There is already an Indictment
pending against him under the nuisance
statute on account of his connection
with that establsihment. The present
case will probably be referred to the
grand Jury,. which is still Jn session.
MADE HER GO HUNGRY.
Myrtle Howard Says She Was Mis
treated by Her Husband.
Myrtle Howard has filed an amended
complaint in her divorce suit against her
husband, Harry Howard. In this she
charges him with cruel treatment, failure
to provide, and says she was compelled to
leave him. She alleges that he choked
her and, on one occasion, locked her In a
room and refused to let her have any
breakfast. They were married at lie
Mlnnville in February. 1804- She asks to
be restored to her maiden name. Cocker
ham. Hop Cases Continued.
The suit of Lillenthal Bros. vs. J. R.
Cartwrlght, brought under an alleged
failure to fulfill a hop contract, came up
for hearing in the United States Court
yesterday, but was postpoped until Janu
ary 9 to allow the filing of an amended
answer. The plaintiff strongly opposed
the postponement, but Judge Bellinger
allowed the time asked for in considera
tion of the fact that the defendant was
willing to pay all additional costs occa
sioned by the extra traveling and ex
penses of the plaintiff's witnesses. The
eult of Lilicnthal Bros. vs. H. Hirsch
berg et al., covering another hop con
tract, was set for hearing on January 10.
Legal Jottings.
In the suit of Mary A. Acton against
Alison Acton for a divorce, a motion for
a plea in abatement was filed in the State
Circuit Court Acton says his wife. In
April, 1903, filed a similar suit against him
In Umatilla County, which has not been
dismissed, and therefore this last case
should be abated.
Articles of Incorporation of the Morris
Mining & Milling Company were filed yes
terday In the County Clerk's office by
"William J. Morris, Morgan A. Zeller and
S. E. Stansberry. The capital stock is
J100.000.
Incorporation articles of the Wood
River Zinc Company were filed yesterday
by J. J. Chambreau, William H. Dunckley
and John Williams. Capital stock 5150.000.
The objects announced are to mine for
eold, silver, zinc, etc
GEO OH WAS RESOURCEFUL.
Mere Legal Trifles Could Not Baffle
Young Newberg Couple.
B. W. Taylor, of Newbere. turned the
tables on Deputy County Clerk F. "W.
Prasp yesterday and secured a mar
riage license for himself and Mary F.
Parks, after having been refused the
coveted document. Mr. Taylor came
to Portland for the license In prefer
ence to driving: from Newberg to Mc
Mlnnvllle. the county seat of Yamhill
County, over a muddy road. He was
not aware that the statute provides
that the bride shall reside In the coun
ty where the license Is Issued.
This technicality of the law. prob
ably Intended to prevent the Issuance
of licenses where there has been an
elopement. Is not strictly observed, as
almost dally one or more marriage 11
censes are Issued where both parties
to the contract come hero from Cali
fornia,' "Washington. Idaho or some In
terior county in the state. But in such
cases, when the Deputy "County Clerk
asks whether the woman In the case
resides in Portland or Multnomah
Co.unty, the answer given is affirma
tive. This complies with the law: the
affidavit of the accompanying witness
is taken, and the license made out. If
the. Wjoman is not a permanent resi
dent of the city she is here to be mar
ried, and the person who, in response
lo the question, says she Is a resident.
stf&tches his conscience to the extent
that' she Is residing here at the time
he so -affirms.
It was the groom's lack of knowl
edge of the law and how to get around
the obstacle which caused Deputy
prasp to decline to Issue the license
whn it was first applied for by the ap
plicant. When Mr. Prasp asked: "Does
the lady reside In Portland?" Taylor
promptly responded "No." The Clerk
then explained that under the law he
was not permitted to xrant the re
quired legal document, and Mr. Taylor
reltlctantly walked away.
He proved, however, to be'a man of
resources, for, instead of leaving the
Courthouse, he hung around in the hall
way until Mr. Prasp went to lunch.
Setting the desired opportunity, Taylor
marched back Into the County Clerk's
office with his witness, and this time
Deputy A. C. Bamford came to the
counter.
Taylor asked again for the coveted
license, and when the interrogation
came. "Does the lady reside in this
county?' the proper response was
given, and the license was soon made
out, signed, sealed and delivered. Tay
lor, with ft knowing smile, left tho
CLEARANCE
SALE
Our immense stock of Carpets,
Rugs and Linoleums is now on
sale at greatly reduced prices.
All private patterns and exclus
ive qovelties are included.
NOTHING IS RESERVED
The wise buyer will buy now
while stocks are full. 5
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J.G.IViack&Co.
86-88 THIRD STREET
FlCIli KXTflCXXAN, Pre.
scum us wuimtci stkcts. pi mill, oitwi
European Plan . . . . . $1.00, $1.50, $2.00per Day
THE
PORTLAND
PORTLAND, 05.
American Plan
also European
Plan. Modern
Restaurant.
$3 PER DAY
and upward.
building to have the ceremony per
formed. Mr. Bamford, of course, knew
nothing of the previous Incident, and
the county Is $3 ahead on the trans
action. Under Two Flags
Italian Colors Foil to Save Mis
creant Seniuau.
Seaman. Harita and his Italian flag bid
fair to leap Into fame almost as enduring
and great as Mrs. Woodcock and her
"Rosenfelt" ensign, for when Mounted
Policeman Croxford attempted to board
the ship Celeste and arrest the third mate
for shooting seagulls in the river and for
discharging firearms in the city limits.
the colors of Italy were thrown across the
gangplank andl the officer s progress
stopped there.
Harita, in temporary triumph, laughed
In glee. He watched the retreating form
of Policeman Croxford, then stooped and
picked up his country's tri-colored flag.
under it he had long sailed the foamy-
seas and now, in a time of need. It had
saved him from arrest in a foreign port.
But hold! The dramatic unfurling and
throwing down of the red. white and green
banner across the gangplank and the
hasty retreat of the policeman were but
the first chapter in the affair.
Policeman Croxford hastened to the
offlce of Harbormaster Ben Biglln. to
whom he told his story. He had seen the
haughty and race -proud third mate shoot
ing seagulls from the main deck of the
Celeste, and had heard the report of the
Italian's gun as it boomed on the air.
Forth to Deputy City Attorney Fitzgerald
went Harbormaster and policeman. War
rants were Issued for Harita.
When the officers again approached tho
ship, Harita did not repeat his previous
antic, but accompanied them to the City
Jail. All his defiance departed when In
discovered that his game had failed o
work at the critical moment and today
he will explain to Municipal Judge Hogue
all about the trouble he has dreated.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RETORT.
PORTLAND. Dec 27. Maximum tempera
ture. 40 deg.; minimum, 36. River reading at
11 A. !., 4.5 feet; change In past 21 hours.
0.5 foot. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 0
P. M.. none; total since September 1, 1904.
14.39 inches; normal, 18.37; deficiency, 3.9S.
Total sunshine December 26, IBM, 15 minutes;
possible. 8 hours and 36 minutes. Barometer
(reduced to sea level), at 5 P. M., 30.10.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Wind.
STATIONS.
Baker City ..
Boise
Eureka. .....
Kamloops. B
SjEB
".B
rfCloudy
i i. cioucy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
so :
C (32f0.
of...
North Head 146'
30E
Pocateilo 114(0.00.
Portland M00.00
Red Bluff 1500.00
Roseburg j48J0.01
Sacramento 50 0.00
Salt Lake City .2210.00
8I
qf...
w
iClear
Clear
San Francisco 162' T t
Cloudy
PL cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Spokane i320.O0. 8;E
Seattle 4S U.TO '
Tatooah Island 146 0. 10125. E
Walla Walla 12S;0.00j N
PL cloudy
Light. T trace.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
No rain or snow of consequence has .occurred
in this district during the last' 21 hours, and
the temperature changes have been unlmport'
ant.
There 1b evidence of a moderate disturbance
off the Washington coast, which is moving
slowly. Inland. Storm southeast warnings were
ordered at 5:50 P. M. at the mouth of the Co
lumbia River and along the Strait of Fuca.
The indications are for rain or snow In this
district Wednesday, with slowly rising tem
peraturcs.
WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland at S P. M. for
2S hours ending at midnight. December 28:
Portland and vicinity Rain or enow; warmer
brisk to high southeast winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Rain, probably part snow; -warmer; high south
east winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Snow; slightly warmer.
Southern Idaho Fair and warmer.
EDWARD A. BEALS, District Forecaster.
COST OHX HUXIOX DOLLARS,
C. W. KXOYTXXB, Msx.
EEIDCOUTEK
FOB 78DEISTS AI3
CC1MEBCUL TWTElcXJ
Special rttii
Bade to tarn 111 ra
and single gentle
men. The man
a cement will be
pleased at all
timet to shot
rooms and civ
prices. A modern
Tnrkinh bath es
tablish moat la
tiio hotel.
L C. BOWERS.
Manacrr.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. "Wilson, auctioneer, at sales
room, ISO First St., at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson,
auctioneer.
MEETING NOTICES.
TO ALL. WOOD
MEN OF THE
WORLD: Th fu
neral of Neighbor
Charles Franseen
late member of
-Webfoot Camp. No.
05. will be held
from Flnley &
Son's chanel. todav
.aiemoers, piease attend.
. C. A. ELLIOTT, C. C.
A. L. BARBER-. Clerk.
NEIGHBORS? OP MT Tinrxn nrotu
151. W. OF W ATTPVTTnvi a ii '
are requested to attend the funeral of Mary
"UB ieanesaayj arternoon.
December 28, 11)04. Services, at J. P. Fln-
ir i. i K pariors at 3 o'clock P.
MARY E. DUBOIS. G. N.
LOU ELLEN CORNELL. Clerk.
CORINTHIAN PTT A ptpp
9 E- s- Stated communlcatlon thls
iiicuuesuayj evening at 5 o'clock.
iy urucr v. AX.
KATE SI. STEAD MAN, Secretary.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL. NO. 3.
ii j. aiaiea assembly this
iHcvuicauajj evening, i :au o clock
In Vgannln TJnll -n. i.i - . .
Ea?t Side. Visiting companions welcome. By
C. M. BROSY. Recorder.
in. llil. M
MYRTLE CHAPTER. O. E. S. Aux-
lllary meets tomorrow night. 8" o'clock
Masonic Hall. Important business.
ORIENT LODOE X'O IT T n n -c r
ular mpptln i t hf rWwinU.A -....It
vsucui xuui, x.a5i -ortiana. irst uegree.
w. a. whbblbb, Seoretarj.
DIED.
BANKSON At the residence of Mrs "R
jbcu. jo urana ave.. Dec. 2C. 11KM. John
wewcy .oanitson, aged 03 years. Funeral
nonce iater.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
IKBMAN Friends and acquaintances are r.
speciruuy invitea to attend tne funeral serv
ces of Mary A. Ikeman. which will be held at
Flnley's chapel at 3 P. M. today. Interment
Lone xir vemeiery.
FRANSEN In this city, at St. Vincent's
Hospital. Jjecemoer 0, 1004, Charles E
Fransen, aged 41 years, a native of Sndnn.
Mr. Fransen never fully recovered from
the Injuries received over a year ago In
the Elks train wreck. The deceased left
a wife and two sons. Edward and Sidney
The funeral will take place from Fln-
quaintances respectfully invited to attend.
DUNNING. MeENTEE GVXBAUGH,
tncoeasoro to Dunning 'St Campion, txnder-
takers end cnabalmen, modern In erery de
tall. 7 tii ana x-iac travua OUUn iZf. r.uij.
ututast.
EDWARD HOLHAX CO- Undertake
embalmers. hava mored to their nnir hnlirf.
lng. Third and Salmon. Lady- asalatant.
3. r. FJNLEY it SON, Fmseral Director,
for. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor-
eser. i-Maj awmr.mt. xeiepuono 2a. B.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. Ill Kaxi
Aider, utax UMUUuit. leicpuune Hti 52.
CLASSIFIED AD. HATES.
-Koorru, "ISoomi and Board." "Honse
keeping Booms," "Situations Wanted," 15
werea or less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words. 2
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
-itw jluukj, cuiu iur ju rortu or less
16 to 20 wos. 40 cents: 21 to 25 wortim s
cents, etc Brst Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-nan; no ruruer cUscount ua
aer one moatlu
IMPORTANT Tho low second-time rate ob
advertising that mas either In tho chutlfled
colnmns, or under head "New Today." will
be given only when advertising Is Inserted on
consecutive days. Dally and Sunday Kanaa.
Advertislng that Is scheduled to appear at
intervals of tine or more days apart will be
charged lor at lull one-time rate each in
sertlon.
"NEW TODAY" (gauze measure agate), 13
cent per line Qrst Insertion: 10 cents per
line xor eacn aauiuonai insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Orcconlan. aad left at this
face, should always be Inclosed In sealed en
velopes. No stamp is required on such letters.
The Oregoalan will sot bo responsible for
errors in advertisements taken thro ask thm
felcphoae.
A
AMUSEMENTS.
Columbia Theater &5i?i"&.
Phone Main 311.
Down-town box offlce. Main 110.
Special Christmas weeft offering: of the superb
Columbia Stock company.
Belasco and De Mllle'a greatest drama,
THE CHARITY BALL
Regular matinee next Saturday.
Evening prices, 15c, 25c 35c 50c.
Matinee prices, 10c. 15c. 25c.
from 10 A. M.
till 7 P. M.. at Dolls- Varden candy-shop, 327
Morrison ct. After 7 P. M. at theater.
Next week, Augustln Daly's ocmedy, "The
Last Word."
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER. W. T.
Fangle, resident manager. Phone Main aoa.
Last performance tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
"Comedy jlAXINE ELUOTT J A
by Clyde will have. Decided
Fitch J HER OWN WAY. Treat
Prices 52.00. $1.50. $1.00. 75c, 50c 35c, 25c
carriages at iu:ou o ciock.
HARQUAM GRAND THEATER &SSS&
Phone Main 863.
Friday afternoon and night, Saturday af
ternoon ana night. Tcc. iu, ji,
play
The Famous
Ben Greet Tlayers
in
"THE STAR
OF BETHLEHEM."
Auspices
Portland
Baby
Home.
of the
Xmas
Time
Matinee at 3 P. M.. evening at 8:15.
Prices both matinee and evening, $1.50, $1.00,
75c 50c Scats now selling.
Empire Theater
George L. Baker,
Manager.
Seats Can Be Ordered by Phone Main 117.
Another big house last night not sold out.
but good.
Tonight last time of the greatest success la
years, the American-Swedish dialect comedy,
"YON YONSON"
Be sure and go tonight.
Tomorrow night and remainder of this week.
with matinee Saturday.
The little aunbeam, MARIE HEATH,
In the pastoral Idyl,
" "FOR MOTHER'S SAKE." .
Excellent company, special scenery.
Seat wile starts tomorrow morning for B. C
"Whitney's big musical extravaganza,
"THE SHOW GIRL."
Empire prices for all attractions:
"Evening. 15c. 25c. 35c and 50c
Matinees, 10c, 15c 25c
STAR THEATER
Portland's fashionable vaudeville play
house. A GREAT BILL
DAISY H Alt CO URT.
THE TAGGART FAMILY.
ELLIS AND I'ALOMA.
MONTGOMERY AND CANTOR.
THE DELKES.
ARTHUR LANE.
In Pictured Ballads.
WILLIAMS
and
THE PROJECTOSCOrE.
8 BIG ACTS 8
Admission, 10c; reserved box seats, 25c
THE GRAND THEATER
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
SHAK-HADJI-TAHR'S ARABS
WHIRLWINDS OF THE DESERT.
4 THE FOUR ROBERTS I
In the "Doll-Maker's Dilemma,"
KENTON AND LORRAINE.
America's Foremost Musicians.
US VINA AND ARLINGTON.
In "A Burglar's Surprise."
J. O. WISE.
Ambidextrous Cartoonist.
CUMMINGS AND MERLEY.
In "The Bogus Count."
MR. ALF BONNER'S NEW SONG.
"When the Bees Are In the Hive."
THE GRANDISCOPE.
The last est Parisian fllm, "An Impossible
Voyare."
Admission to any seat 10c; box seats 25c.
BAKER THEATER,
KHATING & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and Yamhill.
LARGEST CONTINUOUS YAUDEYHXX
HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
One performance afternoon; two every evening.
ARCADE THEATER
Portland's pioneer vaudeville Theater.
WALDRON BROS.
DAN AND BESSIE KELLY.
SYLVAN AND O'NEIL.
LOIS MENDENHALL.
GENEVIEVE ARDELL.
AND THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE.
Admission to any seat, 10c.
LYRIC THEATER
l Comer Alder and Seventh.)
HIGH-CLASS
REFINED VAUDEVILLE
fftn tn -rn- 7:30 to 10:30: Sunday. 2 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and 10c will admit two people
any natlnee, except bucoays auu uuuuj
TEN CENTS NO HIGHER.
BBJOU THEATER
Sixth St.. opposite Oregonian.
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK OF DEC. 20.
WELCH & MAITLAND.
MAY & MILES. JAMES GRAHAM,
BURDICK. NOVELTY MAGICIAN.
NORMAN MARCESON. PEARL GRAYSON
BIJOUGRAPH "A Chinaman's Acrobatic
Guest" and "The Trials ana TrouDies or an
Automohlllst."
Afternoons from 2 to 4:3U, evenings irom
7 to 10:30. Sunday continuous from - to 10:30.
Admission 10 cents.
NEW TODAY.
TO MONEY SAVERS
"THE OLpEST TRUST COMPANY
IN OREGON."
Will pay 4 per cent Interest on any sum
on Certificates of Deposit to run twelve
months straight. For sums oz xsoo ana
upwards we Issue our Coapoa Certifi
cate's of Deposit to ran for S years.
witn interest at per cent, as per
semi-annual coupons attached. For
sums of S500 and upwards, we issue
our Special Certificates or Deposit,
payable on B0 days' call with Interest
at 4 per cent. These are fully de
scribed in our dock or luascrauoas,
which we will seca you. we wel
come small sums in our banasa
Department, and pay 3-per cent
interest, correspondence sou cu
ed All questions answered by
personal letters.
ortlaad Tract Co. or oregea
109 Third street.
VBENJ. J. COHEN. President.
h. u. pittouk. v.-i-rea.
B. LEE PAGET, Sec
J. O. GOLTRA
Asst. Secy.
MORTGAGE LOANS
Ob Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles insured. Abstracts xuratshed.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
7 Caasser or Coauaercs.
NEW TODAY.
FOR SALE:
Worthiagton Compound
Duplex Pump, second
hand, Al condition. Size
10xl8Kxl4xlO. Deliver
ing 875 gallons per min
ute. Check valve, lub
ricator, etc., complete.
Inquire A. W. Cochraa,
Oregonian BulIdlBg.
Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Heal Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. BIRRELL,
02-3 McKay Building. Third and Stxrfc.
CLEARANCE SALE
In Full Blast at
BECK'S. 272 WASHINGTON ST.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED 10 ACRES
with 20 acres under plow, 15 acres slashed
and seeded and In good pasture, 5 acres of
good green timber, good land and can bo
easily cleared; land lays nicely, with rich
sou ana plenty oc live water; fenced ana
croes-fenced; 400 bearing fruit trees, besides
a young orchard of peaches. Dears, etc: a
nice two-story 6-room house, good barn; on
good county road, 3 miles from Carrolton,
a town on the Columbia River and N. P. Ry..
and same distance from Kelso; close to school
and church. Price, only 51500; terms on part.
a great pargam; come, see it. imua &.
Wllloughby, Kahuna, Wash.
THE WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO.. SUITE
loo-iui. snerlocK bldg.. Portland. Or.,
phone Main 1446. We are dealing In prop
erty of every description In and out of
Portland. Or. We have over THIRTY
rooming houses and hotels In the city, any
number of rooms, any location, all prices.
If you want to buy a rooming-house or ho
tel, If you want to sell a rooming-house
or any other property, call and see us.
Correspondence solicited.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP HOTEL AND
excursion park In Washougal. Wash.; finest
location on the Columbia River; 20-acre
fruit farm with first-class residence, near
Washougal; vacant block and house with
three lots la Washougal; 35x100 store
building In Vancouver, Wash. Inquire at
office of Star Brewery Co., E. 3d and Burn
elde sts.. Portland.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WITH A HOME OF
your own 9 rooms, 1114 East Salmon. $2000;
$100 down. $25 monthly. 6-room new mod
ern, porcelain bath, adjoins above. $1800;
same terms. Your choice 10 new cottager,
Moatavllla. 90x100. $1100 to $1400; $12.50
and $15 per month. If you can pay rent, you
can buy on these terms. Phone Union 4015.
ACRE TRACTS WE HAVE SEVERAL
tracts of r acres ud to 100 acres for plat
ting; that's our specialty; some are on car
line; all are accessible; choice one-acre
tracts; terms to suit. A. u. unurcniu & Jo..
110 Secoid st.
WEST SIDEv 25x100. FOR S1500: SAY. IF
you want a bargain ror nats or nome tnai
will bring you big returns anu always reaoy
to cash upon a few days' notice, you look at
this: 10 blocks from 3d and Morrison: fine.
location: must sell. 740 Chamber of Com
merce.
ONE ACRE CULTIVATED. WITH 100
bearing fruit trees; good level land; new
5-room house, celled and papered, on 5c
car line, 20 minutes from heart of city.
$S50. Oregon Associated .uxenange, -53
Washington.
FOR SALE 10 ACRES AT MT. TABOR.
Just outside the city limits. Inquire at
house on 4Sth St., three blocks south of
Hawthorne ave. Mrs. W. S. Falling, Mt.
Tabor, Or.
$375 A FRACTIONAL LOT. FINE SUR-
rounding. easy warning distance: 10m neai
i3. Burnsrlde; improvements In and paid; this
price and location talks to you. no De quicx,
Owner, 740 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
$02530x100 BEST PART OF HOLLADAY'S
Aaamon; street, eewer ana ccraeui. wuiu
in and paid; nothing so good and cheap to
be had; must go at once. 740 Chamber of
commerce.
NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE IN SOUTH PORT
land. $1000. $150 cash, balance $10 per
month at C per cent interest. B. S. Cook
& Co., 251 Alder st.
$700 BUYS 4-ROOM HOUSE WITH BASE-
ment ana wxiw signtiy corner lot; lurmturo
at Invoice If wanted, inquire Gem Book Co.,
22S 1st st.
FOR SALE TWO MODERN 5-ROOM COT-
tages; will sell one or both; close In. 32S
San llarael et., cor. Koaney ave., upper ai
blna.
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on o. w. i. electric line. y. it.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take ML Scott car, 5c
12 ACRES. RIVER FRONT. NEAR CITY,
fine water power, good factory or mill site.
Sahlstrom & Patterson, 232 Stark st.
0-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. CORNER LOT.
50x110 feet; $1700, $50 down, balance $15
per month. Phone East (it 5.
LOT 25x100 AND TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.
uei. wosn. anu Aiuer, uu ujiuuuii. a
quire 123 Lownsdale st.
58 ACRES NEAR SCAPPOOSE. $1300: 60
acres. $300; 100 acres. $500. J. B. Godfrey.
St. Helens.
FOR SALE FARMS.
150 ACRES. 75 IN CULTIVATION. 75 IN
good oak timber, well watered and
fenced, bottom land, free from rock, good
soil, prospect of coal or oil, good terms
can be made; - miles from railway; 424
acres, 2 miles from railway town, all
fenced, good springs for stock, large 0
room house, barns, sheds and outbuildings,
pump at house, 00 acres under plow, sown
now to grain, n uoz ht-ns, 1-0 head or sheep,
20 pigs. 3 cows, 3 horses, hack, wagon,
harness. 2-acre orchard, everything to
make It a No. 1 stock ranch: will sell or
exchange for good business or property In
or near Portland; also small farms to sell,
or exchange lor city property. Call and
get particulars at suite S Lab be bldg.. cor.
2d and Washington st. .rnone .Main ui.
BEAUTIFUL HOP FARM NEAR WOOD
burn. 100 acres, of which 70 acres in fine
hoDS. fine house and barn, good hophouse,
orchard; hop crop will a good deal more
than pay for place m one year. Jrice $iu,
BOO. half cash down.
$1700 Lovely place of 13 acres near car
line. S acres In cultivation. 400 to 500
young fruit trees, o-room nouse. a Dar
rain.
$1000 Beautiful corner lot on Portland
Heights,, cement sidewalk, grand view, a
snap.
H. H.' STAUB. 245 Morrlsou, room 12.
.10-ACRE FARM. 17 IN CULTIVATION
all fenced, good house, barn 00x42,
mile from town. 7 miles from Portland.
$3700; will sell 15 acres. Address Box
24, Beaverton, or.
Exceptionally fine Improved farm. 53 acres.
east of peruana: electric car. i front.
LAND SCRIP.
FOREST RESERVE SCRIP-
Approved. unrestricted, ready for Immediate
T rtTl'TXTT DOTPPO
use. 1 1 a . luuij.
B F. & F. B. Riley, COS Chamber Commerce,
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP FOR
securing title Umbered or agricultural lana.
H. B Compson, OlS iiarquam oiag.
WTOIXJT TTV3TrTVF: 51VTA TTR AVT1 fYTIT
ct guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locate .diagrams Ac son. i railing
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
scrips: general land practice. Collins Land
Co., Concord Diag.
XO EXCHANGE.
SECOND-HAND TALKING MACHINES OF
all makes bought, soia ana exenangea
bargains In second-hand machines and rec
oras iuu aa su
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
$2000 to $10,000; also business properties.
OUUU to ).u,uw. auto uujcio. u, . ail
ing & -0.. 4UO ABIUKIUU U1U.
WANTED COR. LOT WEST SIDE. NORTH
of Hamilton ave.. south of Grant: must
be reasonable, cash. Address 4U East Oak.
COTTAGE WANTED, 5 TO 7 ROOMS, WITH
street Improvements done, for not to exceed
$lbOQ cash, u n, uregoman.
1
FOR SALE.
Borsc. Vehicles and Harness.
YOUNG MATCH TEAM CHEAP, ONE 3
wagon. Inquire or w. J. iiocaer. .trout
and Jefferson.
WOLFSTE1N buys and sens horses, wagons.
names, ouggles. xarm implements, zt rroat
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AN 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast tor sale cr aire. ll wasa.
Pianos.
FOR SALE-GOOD PLNO, USED BUT LIT-
tie: a great bargain ror cash; investigate
6S2 Broadway, cor. E. 14th N.
$250 CASH WILL BUY $425 PIANO; USED
a lew weeas; must sen at once. Jb. so, ure
gonlan. Miscellaneous.
DROP-HEAD SEWING MACHINES IN
Ilnght and dark oak, slightly scuffed. Tho
above machines have been in the offlco
some tlmo and will be sold very cheap. If
you are contemplating buying don't miss
Eeelng them. At 402 Washington st.. the
Singer Mfg. Co., Phono Main 458S.
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines at very low prices
Singer. V. S.. Domestic. Wheeler & Wlisoa
and White: dropheads in oak and box tops.
At Wheeler & Wilson and Domestic offices,
S. S. SlgeL agent. 335 Morrison st.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with iiaterite; it roils, easy to
lay; needa no painting or coating; good over
old Iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
Elaterlte Roofing Co.. room 2, Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE 00 PAIRS OF GOLDEN, SILVER.
Lady Amherst and Japanese pneasants; a nne
lot of talking parrots, singing birds and An
gora cats. Portland Bird Co., 204 3d, and 127
N. 6tb, near Union Depot.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL-
Uard and pool tables; easy payments; wo
rent tables, with privilege of buying; modurn
bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Collcnder.
40 3d st.
HOP ROOTS FOR SALE PURE ENGLISH
Cluster cuttings for sale at reasonable prices.
Room 314. Allsky bldg., Portland, Or.
SOLID GOLD WEDDING RINGS FOR
their weight In gold; no charge for making.
Undo Myers, 143 3d. near Alder.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods.
ruDDer stamps, sates, uoast o.. 'ai ataric.
Moving picture fllm, song slides, magic lan
terns. T. P. Andrews, 103 Mont.. S. i .. cai.
TWO CAGE CIRCUS WAGONS, ALL KINDS
vehicles' bought and sold. -11 Washington.
BICYCLE CLOSING-OUT SALE $40 WOLFF-
Americans now $25. 7th and Morrison.
TTKT.-P WANTED TAT.T:.
THE ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLER HAS
upencu oac vl ma umuua umucr tajueges ut
044 Clay st., San irranclsco; 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, LABOR-
ers, city and country; men and teams, farm.
hands and milkers, restaurant and mess-house
help; work oc ail kinds. Canadian Employ.
ment Co., 249 Burnslde and 220 Hi Morrison.
rnone 3iain 2074.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks and' secure positions; constant prac
tice; expert instruction and examination;
wages earned while learning. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler System College, San
FrancLrco, CaL
BY MANUFACTURING HOUSE. TRUSTY
assistant for branch offlce, $1S paid week
ly; position permanent; no capital re
quired; previous experience not essential.
Address Branch Manager, 325 Dearborn,
Chicago.
DRAMATIC, VAUDEVILLE, ACTLNG.
stage dancing, sketches, taught;, terms
reasonable: positions guaranteed. New
man's School of Acting, Raleigh bldg., 0th
and Washington.
WANTED CHORUS GIRLS. SINGERS,
performers; big salary; for vaudeville cir
cuit. Fortland World's Fair. Newman's
Vaudeville Circuit, Raleigh, flth and Wash
ington. ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. NEWSPA-
pers, commission, exclusive territory.
Clyde' Advertising Bureau, 63G Cham
ber of Commerce. Established 1S06.
MAKE MONEY; SELL SICK AND ACCI-
dent benefits; agents make $5 to $5 weekly.
Only good men considered. Established Port
land institution. 401 Marquam bldg.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG .MAN,
single, to travel and learn good . paying
business; references. Call 11 to 3, room 10,
4136 Washington st.
WANTED TORE OF ANY KIND BY A
boy about 19 years old; will work for reason
able wages. Address Arthur Ward, Qulmby
House. Portland, Or.
TILE SETTERS WANTED TO SET 2500
feet tile by day's work or contract. For
further information address F. H. Goes Co.,
Tacoma, Wash.
WANTED COAT AND PANTS-MAKER AT
once, pay $10 for coat and $3 for pants;
must be first class. A. H. Marquardt. La
Grande, Or.
WANTED NONUNION PLUMBER AS PART-
ner, to engage In tne plumbing business;
email capital required; good opening. F 49,
Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED STOVE AND HARDWARE
traveling salesman for Eastern Oregon;
state salary and references. F. 38, Ore
gonian. WANTED FIRST-CLASS PRINTER AS
make-up on .Morning Astorian. Apply to
the J. S. Delllnger Co., Astoria. Or.
SNAP $40 WILL LEASE SUBSCRIPTION
route business: chance lor energetic hust
ler, 038 Chamber of Commerce.
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE REQUIRES
the services of Al experienced oiotnmg
salesman. Apply at once.
WANTED SOLICITORS WHO CAN FUR-
nlsh bond. Apply 'ATiesuay morning, ooi
Chamber of Commerce.
A FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED SEWING
machine salesman to assist in wnoiesanng.
X 47, Oregonian.
STRONG BOYS TO CARRY MORNLNG PA
pers. Apply Oregonian office at 4:30 P. M.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College, 741 Howard St., San Francisco.
WANTED A GOOD BOY TO DO PORTER
work. Hobart-Curtis, 265 14th st.
WANTED A FIREMAN, UNDERSTANDS
firing sawdust. Q 46, Oregonian.
WANTED TWO SOLICITORS. 355 ANKENY
st. Call after 2 o'clock P. M.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases, of men.
WANTED BOY ABOUT IS. FOR OFFICE.
R. 46. Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED A. SMART MAN OR LADY
with small capital to take half Interest
In on established real estate business;
first-class opportunity for right party; In
vestigate In person, suite 8, Labbe bldg.,
277 Washington st.
WANTED GUITAR AND MANDOLIN
teacher: good opening to party willing to go
out of town. Apply Etlers Piano House, 331
Washington st.
nELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED BRIGHT. UP-TO-DATE WOMEN;
splendid opportunity to right persons. Call
9-12 A. M.. 53 First St. "
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; two in family. Call between
9 and 12. 473 Main st.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework and cooking; no children.
Apply 703 Northrup st.
GIRL ABOUT 15 TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work, family of two. 408 Mill. Phone Main
3306.
WANTED APPRENTICE GIRLS TO LEARN
ladles' tailoring. A. Lippman, 2S4 Yamhill st.
WANTED A COMPETENT. GIRL FOR SEC
ond work. Apply forenoon, 575 Hoyt-
W ANTED A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL,
family of three. Call 144 N. 19th.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work, email family. 464 E. Davis.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wcrk. Apply 569 Johnson st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 185 E. 13th, near Taylor.
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL;
references. 600 Flanders st. I .
ffTP WANTED FEMALE.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM-
bcrmalds. cooks, waitresses, nurse girls, aoc
ond girls, housekeepers, housework, $15 to
$30. Canadian Parlors, 22S& Morrison. Phone
Main 1323.
WANTED CHORUS GIRLS, SINGERS, PBR-
iormera; Dig salary; ior vauuevnie circuit,
Portland World's Fair. Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit. Raleigh, 6th and Washington.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY HOUSE-
keeper, farm, widower; good home, long1
time; Swedish preferred; no objection to
child. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2SSL
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR COOK-
lng and general housowoork; good wagoa
and small family and reference required,
203 W. Park. cor. Columbia.
THRE CHAMBERMAIDS, 4 WAITRESSES
housekeepers, hotel cook (meet employers
morning). . dishwasher, domestics. Drake's,
205 '.2 Washington.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS.
waiters, chambermaids, general workers.
St. Louis Agency, 230 Yamhill. Phone
Black 2SS1.
HOUSEKEEPER OR GOOD RELIABLE
girl wanted In small family. $20 per month.
Call at 090 Tillamook at.. Irvington.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookzeepers and Clerks.
A FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING SALESMAN.
with best of references wants position; nc
objection to going out of town. Address E
47, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY CITY SALES
mau, well acquainted with trade; best refer
ences; at leisure Jan. 1. D 47, Oregonian.
Miscellaneous.
JAPANESE LABOR ASS'N CAN. FURNISH
domestic servants; farmer and all kinds of
help. Black 092. 268 Everett st.
POSITION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASH
planer or stlckerman. Address E. R. Rayner
Stuart House. 2C5U "Washington st.
BY BAKER. SITUATION IN COUNTRY
town or would buy Interest in business.
K 49, Oregonian.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION. PLAIK
cook and any kind housework. V 47. Orego
nian. JAPANESE WANTS LITTLE WORK IN
family where can go to school. P. O. Box 708.
JAPANESE FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTS
situation to do cooking. K 47. Oregonian.
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION TO DO COOK
lng and housework. B 49. Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOUNG LADY. EXPERIENCED IN STEN
ography and general offlce work, desires posi
tion. Main 2437.
Dressmakers.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS. ROOM 2XT,
Allsky bldg. Tailor-made suits and wraps oj
dl kinds. Jackets rellned. Skirts bound aad
pressed for $L Prices reasonable.
Domestics.
GrRL WANTS HOME; WILLING TO ASSIST
with work mornings, evenings; small wages.
Phono Main 6395.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES WORK AS WAIT
ress In private family for board and room.
M 40, Oregonian.
GOOD COOK WANTS POSITION. B.OARD-ing-house
preferred; best of references. X
40. Oregonian.
Ho us ekeepers.
WANTED A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
in hotel or boarding-house; can give best of
references. R 40, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY REFINED
widow, girl 3. as housekeeper. Call 230 x
Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
Miscellaneous.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS.
cooks, cnamDermaias, waitresses, second
girls, housework girls. 230 Yamhill.
Fhone Black 2S81.
WORK WANTED FOR EITHER SEX. ALL
races; hotels, restaurants, laundries, fam
ilies, anything. Drake's, 205 Washington.
WANTED AGENTS.
CASH IN" ADVANCE EACH WEEK TO OUR
salesmen; choice territory now open: write
quickly for particulars; fiend references with
first letter, and state where you want to
work; outfit free. Address Washington
Nursery Co.. Toppenlsh. Wash.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED
Rooms
In all parts of the city.
Apply 220 Goodnough building.
Exposition Accommodation Bureau,
Under direction of Lewis and Clark
Fair Corporation. Phone Main 6266.
WANTED BEFORE JANUARY 10
7 or 8-room unfurnished house, suitable for
two families; must be modern, within walk
ing distance from Oregonian bldg. Call Mala
6259 bet. 12 and 1 or after 6 P. M.
BY MAN AND WIFE. TWO ROOMS FUR
nlshed housekeeping; will pay $12: are
steady; can give best reference. D 48, Ore
gonian. WOULD LIKE TO RENT. WEST SIDE, A
new furnished 6-room house; no children,
Mr. Howe. 181 17th st.
SMALL STORE OR PART OF STORE WITH
good front, wanted by Jan. 1, for offlce.
F 47, Oregonian.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ASSOCIATES IN DESCHUTES AL.
falfa Land Syndicate; monthly payments;
big profits. Call or write, 413 Oregonian
building.
WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
""Fair Deal." 02 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED TO BUY FURNITURE OF 6 OR
8-room house, close In; must be reasonable;
nb agents. Address P 46. Oregonian.
HOP ROOTS WANTED. PLEASE FOR
ward sample bunch, price, etc to room 313
Allsky bldg.. Portland. Or.
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND ROLL
tpp desk cheap. Reply to 245 Morrison,
room 12.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50c AT HOLLA
baugh's. 267 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4 th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT.
tie of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
SECOND-HAND CABINET LETTER FILE
Q 47, Oregonian.
FOR KENT.
Rooms.
241 6TH ST., COR. OF MAIN WELL-FUR-nlahed
rooms, central and reasonable; undei
new management.
THE MARQUAM HOUSE. 145 6TH ST.
Rootns. single, en suite and housekeeping.
Fhone Clay 1653.
248 SIXTH ST.. FOUR BLOCKS SOUTH
Hotel Portland, sunny furnished room with
private family.
BAY-WINDOW ROOM. WELL FURNISHED,
convenient to city. 2 Grand ave. S., cor.
E. Ankeny.
LARGE WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS. SUIT,
ablo for two ladles; use of piano. Phom
Main 1040.
ONLY $6 PER MONTH SUITE OF TWC
good unfurnished rooms with gas stove. 3S3
Yamhill.
UP-TO-DATE ROOMS, NEW BUILDING;
$2.50 per week and upwards. 309 Jefferson.
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED;
steam beat, bath. gas. 269 14th. near Jeff.
Hotel Butler. 409 Washington Elegantly fur
nished rooms; tourist and tranelent solicited.
FOR RENT NEATLY FURNISHED
rooms, gas, bath and phone. 308 Salmon.
FOR RENT NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM
$3 a month; references exchanged. 851 Front
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT,
everything modern. 2SS Jefferson st.
327 W. PARK ONE NICE LARGE FRONT
room, furnace heat, bath and phone.
HALLROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, $7; BATH
phone, good location. 251 10th st.
736 IRVING NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, suitable for two gentlemen.
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHEE
rooms. Telephone Main 0395.
SUITE OF THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
with bath. 86 N. 17th St..