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THE MORNING OREGONIAS, , FRIDAY. JANUARY 50, 1905.
FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KATHERINE S. BRAND SEEKS
Her Husband, Arthur Brand, a Promi
nent Young Attorney of San Fran
cisco, Accused of Cruelty.
After a brief and unhappy xnatritnonial
experience Katherlne Sltton Brand appears
in the State Circuit Court as the plaintiff
in a suit for a divorce against her hus
band. Arthur Brand, becauae of cruel
treatment. The papers were filed sev
eral days ago by Henry E. McGinn, at
torney. Mrs. Brand was born in this city and
is a daughter of Mrs. I. TV. Sitton, who
is one of the present Board of School Di
rectors. Arthur Brand is a young lawyer
of considerable prominence in San Fran
cisco. He visited Portland and formed
the acquaintance of Katherlne Sltton and
in time the announcement was made of
their coming marriage. The ceremony
was performed in June. 1903. In the Uni
tarian Church, and the bride, who is
talented and very popular with her
friends, received many congratulations.
Six months later Mrs. Brand returned
to Portland and by degrees the painful
etory was revealed that Brand was not
the loving husband he should have been,
but on the contrary, was accused of be
ing harsh and cruel, and the bride of only
a few months had been compelled to
leave him and return to Her mother for
comfort and protection. The decree of
the court soon to be rendered granting
legal freedom to the young wife, will be
the closing scene In the domestic drama
which has excited much sympathy for the
MUST KEEP BOY OFF STAGE.
County Court Orders Father to Send
His Child to School.
Wiley Ferris, aged 11 years, who has
been doing acrobatic stunts since he was
little more than three years old, with his
parents, Wiley Ferris, Sr.. and Lilllo Fer
ris, was returned to their parental con
trol yesterday by Judge Webster. The
court, however, ordered that the boy
must not lwrform on the stage any more,
and said ho ought to be sent to school.
Numerous children have appeared on the
etages of vaudeville theaters within the
past year, and the attention thia case
has attracted may reeult in the prohibi
tion of child performers in the future.
At the healing of the Ferris case on Tues
day Mrs. B. 1L Trumbull, of the Child's
Labor Commission, was an interested lis
tener, and reports are that proceedings
to keep young children oft the stage are
to be vigorously prosecuted.
In the Ferris case Superintendent Gard
ner, of the Boys and Girls' Aid Society,
filed a petition in the County Court asking
that the boy be surrendered to the per
manent care of the society. The petition
cet forth that tho boy was kicked and
abused by his father and was made to
perform when unable to do so. A num
ber of witnesses were called and testi
fied. Young Wiley also testified and
showed himself to be a very intelligent
and well-behaved child. He seemed satis
fied to remain with his father and mother.
In deciding the case Judge Webster
held that the evidence submitted was not
Burflclent to warrant the court in taking
the child from the parents, but they
should bo more careful in their treatment
of him and keep him off the stage. The
Ferris family came here from Chicago.
ASK $5000 FOR A LIFE.
Estate of Workingman Brings Dam
age Suit Against Rearich.
Suit for $5000 damages was commenced
in the State Circuit Court yesterday by
Johanna Diltz, administratrix of the es
tate of Henry Diltz, deceased, against
Riley Rearich, a sawyer, in the employ of
the North Pacific Lumber Company. On
February 19, 1903, Diltz was employed in
the mill, and it was- his duty to stick a
sharp-pointed instrument into the end of
a stick of timber and steady the same as
it passed to the opposite side of the mill
and on to the carriage to be sawed into
The complainant recites that on the af
ternoon on which the fatal accident oc
curred ho was at work assisting in mov
ing a large stick of timber 0 feet in
length across the mill. Rearich handled
a brake and lever in such a manner that
when the stick of timber was suspended
live reet in the air the hooks became un
fastened, causing the timber to fall on
Diltz. crushing and mangling him so that
After tho occurrence Rearich is alleged
io have said: "It is good for him; there
are others here J will get."
THINKS WIFE HIGH STRUNG.
Umatilla Farmer Says She Has No
Grounds for a Divorce.
Alison Acton, a farmer of Umatilla
County, whose wife, Mary Acton, has
eued him for a divorce, and for 5150 for at
torney's fee and suit money, yesterday
Hied an affidavit reciting that he is un
able to pay tho money demanded, and also
mat snenas no cause ror a divorce. They
were married 2o years ago and have twe
grown children and others that are mln
ors. Actoa says Mrs. Acton is high torn
pered and they have had numerous Hifrnr.
enees on that account. Th Inst tims tYiv
had a dlsDUte was over tlii minHnn ..V
Bending the children to school. He said
xne district scnooi was good enough, and
Mrs. Acton said it vratm t.
He went to the mountains tn put wnn,i
and during his absence she left their
home, coming to Portland. He alleges that
If she will return home and behave herself
mere win be no trouble, and that all
Jier charges against him of cruel treat
ment are false. Aoton nlsn Kiihmltc iti
davits In his behalf signed by some of
M. G. Xease. convicted of conducting
poolroom, has Hied notice of appeal to
the Supreme Court, and his attorneys
John M. G earl n mid E. 11. Wntsnn hn'v
also filed a certificate of probable cause
for an appeal, which has been signed by
Judre Frazer. Nens. litis nlsn tllrt n Imn.i
In the sum of 5200 signed by Peter Grant
ana rowers, to tibiae by the orders
and judgment of the court.
The Fairy Floss Candy Company filed
incorporation articles in the County
Clerk's ofTlco yesterday, with a capital
Ktork nf SlS.ODO. The ontrnrip hnclnug
and pursuit of the company is to conduct
a coniecuonery business and to lease and
operate eit-ctric canuy maenmes. u ne In
corporators are Samuel Barnes, H. C.
Uren and H. is. Ward.
Complaints in Gambling Cases.
Complaint were tiled in Justice Reld's
court yesterday against the persons
caught by Sheriff W ord in his recent gam
bllng raids. The complaints covering
those arrested In Eugene Blaster's Sa
loon on Tuesday charges them with gam
bllng and specifies that the game engaged
in was that of draw-poker.
The Chinese arrested on Wednesday are
ateo charged with gambling, the game
played In this case being what Is called
by the Chinese "dong-on." The complaint
recites that this gume is played with
domlnoep and beans, the latter being a
representative of money.
The cases will be set for trial in the
Sues Tenants for Damages.
Papers in the damage suit of Joseph
Paquet v. P. Sharkey & Son were filed.
yesterday in Justice Waldemar Selon
THE PILLS THAT CURE
Mr. John Majana, 6 Chcl
St, Boston Mzs&y a -well-known
manufacturer, says : "I
suffered & heavy stroke of pzr
alysis.two years ago. A second
one fallowed, of still greater
severity, and I could barely
drag myself around. The
necessary exertion caused me
gave roc any relief until I tried
After usincr sec Soxes of these
pills I could walk with a cane
1 and when I had taken eight
2 bores I was completely cured."
No sufferer from any ner
I vous trouble can afford to
2 neglect tnis remedy.
SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
court for 5131 and costs. It Is set forth
that Sharkey & Son occupied the plain
tiffs building on Union avenue, filling the
basement with rye straw . Fire partially
destroyed the building, and the straw was
damaged. The plaintiff says he asked
Sharkey & Son to remove the straw, but
the firm refused, whereupon the plaintiff
had it removed at a cost of 5124, and he
asks judgment for this sum, with 57.50
interest and costs.
Verdict for Contractor.
A verdict for the defendant In the 510.0ft!
damage suit of Arthur I. Dillon against
J. E. Bennett, a contractor, was rendered
by a jury in Judge Cleland's court yes
terday. , In August last Bennett was en
gaged In constructing a building In the
Lewis and Clark Exposition grounds. Dll
Ion was working on a scaffold and fell
to the ground and both of his legs were
broken. He asserted that the scaffold was
Insecurely built and that a board gave
way. Bennett, as a defense, contended
that the accident was entirely the result
of Dillon's carelessness.
Evidence in Commission Suit.
The evidence In the case of E. A. Clem
vs. W. S. Conser was heard by Justice
Held yesterday and a decision will be
rendered upon the submittal of briefs by
the counsel. Clem, a real estate dealer, is
seeking to recover a commission alleged
to be due him on a sale of property for
merly owned by Conser, which was sold
for J (300. making the commission 5212.59.
In the answer to the complaint Conser
denies that Clem had anything to do with
the making of the sale and that there la
therefore no commission due him.
Jury to Be Excused.
The Jury In the State Circuit Court
will be excused today until February
13. In the meantime the Judges will
be busy hearing and deciding equity
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. 10. Maximum tempera
ture. 51 dec; minimum, 30. River reading at
11 A. M.. 2.0 feet; change In past 24 hours.
rise. 0.3 foot. Total pwclpltatlon, 5 P. M. to
5 P. M.. 0.23 Inch; total since September 1,
1904. 18.45 Inches; normal. 23. S3; deficiency.
C.3S. Total sunshine January 18. lOOo, hours
and 13 minutes; porslble, 9 hours anil 3 min
utes. Barometer (reduced to sea level), at 5
P. 1L. 30.20.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
Kamloops. B. C
Salt Lake City....
San Francisco ...
Tatoosh Island ...
64 0.04 iN
38 0.00, ,SW
48 0.72 12 SW
OllU.lHI ' W
i42 T O XB
42IO.10 " S
Light. T trace.
During the last 24 hours general rains hav
occurred in California as far Muth as Fresno,
and light rains 'are reported In Oregon, Wash
lngton and Idaho.
No marked change In temperature has oc
curred In the Pnolllc States since yesterday.
and it Is everywhere talgntly above normal.
The Indications are for continued cloudy and
unsettled vceatner in this district Friday, witu
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight. January 20:
Portland and vicinity Local rain; winds
Oregon and Washington Local rain; winds
Idaho Rain or snow.
CASTOR I A
3?or Infants and Children.
Hi Kind Yu Hiyi Always Bought
$5250 MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE WITH
furnacV and gas; large lot on corner, close In.
East Portland; very desirable.
$2500 New 6,-room bou. with full base,
nvent and large attic, not tar from Steel
bridge, on East Side; easy terms.
$1450 New G-room house In Sellwood. close
to cars: terms.
$150 Choice lots In North Irrlsgton; must
Ten acres of choice land at Wlllsburr, on
O. W. P. Ry-. at a bargain.
WHALLET. 613 McKay bKc.
Mortgage Loans 5and Upwards
Keal Estate City and Farm
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. UIRRELL,
rC2-3 McKay Building. Third asd Stark.
MORI GAGE LOANS
On Portland ml ststa at lowm rat.
Tttl inrarvd. Abstracts furalsfee.
Title Guarantee & Trust Con
Bigelow Axminster, sewed, lined and laid, $1.89
Saronnerie Axminster, per yard S1.T1
Extra Axminster $1.44
Body Brussels.! $1.48
Roxbury Brussels $1.12
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 THIRD ST.
FKXL KXTSCHAN. rrea.
$3 PER DAY
COST ONE XUXIOV DOLLAKS.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
THE PAINLESS DENTIST
Who can fill or extract any number of teeth -without in
flicting the slightest pain to the patient The largest and
best-equipped dental office on the Pacific Coast.
34254 Washington Street, Corner Seventh
'Phone Main 2119.
AUCTION SALES TODAY".
Br J. T. Wilson, at salesroom. ISO 1st st,.
at 10 A. M. J. T. "Wilson, auctioneer.
At Baker's auction-house, cor. Alder and
rark. Sale at. 2 P. M. Geo. Baker & Co-
No. C5. Woodmen of
the World Meets
this (Friday) even
ing, in W. O. W.
. Tentn . and
There Ul bT a
class Initiation. The
orchestra, will be
JOSEPH HOWELL, Consul Commander.
L. BARBLR, Clerk.
A. AND A. S. RITE Pro
gramme for today:
18th Degree. 9 A. M.
21st Degree. 11 A. M.
20th Degree, 2 P. M.
30th Degree, 3 P. M.
32d Degree. 8 P. M.
By order Presiding Offleer.
SOUTH PORTLAND IMPROVEMENT AS
SOCIATION A meeting Is called for Saturday
evening, the 21st. at Hobklrk Hall. All tax.
payers urged to be present. By order of the
MULTNOMAH CAMP. TV. O.
TV. All Woodmen In the city ate .
requested to bring their gentle- I
men friends to our hall. 112 E. 0th
st.. tonight and witness the Jap-
nese wrestling exhibition (ilu lit-
vaudeville show. Mon only. Free.
J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
Ao..DMRZon,ti!yu said t0 yourself-
wsslon Saturday. January 21.
at S o'clock P. M.. sharp! Ma-
sonic Temple, cor. 3d and
fn" Recrde?.Ua.mUby Z
o'clock Saturday afternoon,
By order of the illustrious
B. G. TVHITEHOUSE.
294 Tamulll St.. cor. 5th st.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15. L O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening, at
730 o'clock, tecond Degree. Visitors wel
come. HENRY BROWN, Secretary.
ROSE CITY CHAPTER. U. D.. O.
E. S. A regular communication this
i Friday) evening, at S o'clock. K. 1.
Hall. Marquam bldg. By order W. M.
SARAH B. GUERIN, Secretary.
PORTLAND CIRCLE. NO. 65. TV. OF W.
Will elve a whist party tonight. Friday even
ing, Jan. a. in Artisans- nan. ADingien Diag.
Admission. 15c, including refreshments..
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 55. A. F.
w AND A. M. Regular communication
this (Friday) evening. 7:50 o clock.
Work In F. C Degree. All feHew
crafts are Invited to attend. By order
TV. M. L W. PRATT. Secretary.
WISE At llwaco, "Wash.. Mrs. Marcus "Wise,
aged 54 years. Funeral notice later.
O'DONELL In this city. Jan. 10. 105. John
O" Don ell. aged 73 years. Funeral will lake
place Saturday. Jan. 21. at 8:45 A. M.. from
Dunning .McEntee & Gllbaugb's chapel. 7th
and Pine st.; thence to the Cathedral. 13th
and Davis sta.. at 0 A. M.. where requiem
mass will be offered for the repoee of his
souL Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
DUNNING. McENTEE GILBAUGH,
tracce&t-ora to Dunning & Campion, under
takers and embalmers, modern In every de
tail. 7 th and line. Phono Main 430. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Undertakers and
embalmers, have moved to their sew build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady militant.
Telephone No. 507.
J. V. FIN LEY & SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telebeao No. a.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. li East
Aider, Lady asslstaat. Telepkoaa East 52.
Bargain News is doub
ly interesting when it
tells how to make
home beautiful at little
prices. Is every car
pet in your house
If not, read this:
C. W. KXOWLZ8, 3tgx.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 per Day
isads to fasatUe
asd eIbxIb seat!
ases. Tb mta
xeaiest will tx
pleased at all
times to show
rooms aad civs
prices. A medsra
Turkish batb as
UbUsb. m a' 1
U. C. BOWER.
CLASSIFIED A3). HATES'.
"Room," "Rooms and Board." House
keeping Rooms." "Sltnatioaa Wanted," 15
words or lers, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today." 30 cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 59
cents, etc Brat Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; ao further discount un
der one month.
1 IMPORTANT The low aecond-tlmo rate on
' d'rt,llinir "t runs either In the classified
' columns, or under head "New Today." will
i be given only when advertising Is Inserted on
consecutive days. Dally and Sunday issue.
Advertising that Is scheduled to appear at
Intervals uf one or more days apart wlU be
charged for at full one-time rate each in
sertion. "NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agnte), 15
cents per line, first insertion: 10 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan. and left at this
office, should always be inclosed in sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required oa aucb
The Oregonlan will not be responsiblo for
errors In advertisement taken through the
I flOW" IllaliV tlUlcS DaYC
j "If I Just had a little ready money!"
! And why haven't you?
Saving Is a good deal of a habit to be
i re-but It 1. an easy habit to acquire,
j And it is the safest provision that can be
g made for future needit.
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IX
Pays 3 per cent Interest on savings accounts
and Issues Interest-bearing certificates of de
posit that pay from 3 to 4 per cent inter
est. and can be drawn at any time by giv
ing a certain number of days' notice.
Write today for our book of
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
109 Third Street.
i BENJ L COHEN
. jj j' piTTOCK.
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
For Saturday 14c
Creamery butter 50c and 55c
Best creamery made 00c
Dairy butter 30c and 35c
Eggs, per doxen 25c and 30c
Best sugar-cured ham 13c
Picnic hams 10c
Breakfast bacon 15c
5 pounds lard..............................5c
50c tea 3c
2 pounds Arbuckle coffee .....20c
Java-Mocha coffee 30c
All goods retailed at wholesale prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY, 204 Yamhill st.
Valuable Property to Lease
The northwest corner of Tenth and Wash
ington atrvets will be leased for a term of
years at reasonable price. For particulars
apply to W. L. Bolte. 701 Chamber of Com
A PARTY HAVING 50 FEET FRONTAGE
on 5th su bet. Oak and Pine, will build Co
suit tenant. GZ. uregonian.
WANTED GARNET CHILE. EARLY ROSE
and Peerless potatoes in large or small Iota.
TV. S. Hum cc. Aurora, or.
lessee & Met.
TOXIQHT. SATURDAY AND SATURDAY
Balasco's chansloc comedy drama.
FareweU appearaate of Ed tar Baume.
popular leaainr mac
Erenlnr Best seats. SOc Balcony. 50c. 35c
Sc. Gallery, 15c
Matinee Best sects. 25c. Balcony. Sc. ISc
Gallery, 10c ,
Downtown bcx-odce osen all day. 337 Mor
rison. Phone Main 110. Evening at theater.
Next week, besrlnntnc Sunday matinee. James
Keane and the Columbia Stock Company. In
Henry Irvine's great success, "The Crime or
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER. TV. T. Pan-
Sle, resident manager. Phone Main sua.
Tonight at 8:13 o'clock.
Special-prlco matinee tomorrow.
Last time tomorrow night.
Henry TV. Savage Offers George Ade's
THE SULTAN Of SUI.U."
Sixty people in the cast.
A big hit last night.
Evening prices. 51.00. $1. 75c. SOc. 35c. 25c
Special-price matinee. $1. 75c. 50c, 35c, 25c
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER W. T. Pan.
gle. Resident Manager. Phone iiaia sts.
Monday and Tuesday night. Jan. 23, 24,
William and Joseph. Jr..
Sheridan's delightful comedy.
Made famous by their father. Joseph Jefferson.
Prices Lower floor. $1.50, $1. Balcony, 75c,
50c Gallery. 25c. 35c
AH next week, starting Sunday matinee.
The latest melodramatic novelty, entitled
"Nettie the News Girl"
Br Lem B. Parker.
Scenic Investiture largest ever offered by any
Prices Evening. 15c. 25c, 35c. SOc
Matinees, 10c 15c. 25c.
KLZATINO & FLOOD. Managers.
Third and TamhUL
LARGEST CONTINUOUS VAUDEYILLB
HOUSE IN THE "WORLD.
EVERY SEAT 10c
Oc performanc aiurnuoa; two svery evening.
lCorutr Aldar and Seventh.)
2:XO to 4:30: 7:30 to 10:30; Sunday, 3 to 10 P.
M. This ad. and lOo will admit two peopU
any "tlnrr. exevpt busoaya una holidays
TEN CENTb NO HIGHER.
NEW BILL AT THE STAR
Portland's Fashionable Vaudeville House,
CAMILLO AND FONA.
ZANFRETTA AND MANS FIELD.
LOA AND FAY DUKBYELLE.
CARRIE BELLE MILLER.
Admission. 10c; reserved box seats, 25c.
Hotel of 57 rooms, in Alblna; In good
52 acres of excellent land, six miles from.
the city and within two miles ol street
car line. "Well adapted for market garden
ing purposes; 35 acres under cultivation.
100x100 ft-. In East Portland, with two
story brick 75x70 ft., and two-story frames
building ZoxtO It.
For further particulars apply to
"WILLIAM M ACM ASTER,
311 "Worcester Block.
Lot 27 x 100
feet on Kear
ney, near 24th
su All street
Improvements made. This Is a rare chance to
eet" a nice home site In one of Portland's
choicest residence districts for comparatively
little money. C H. KorelL 251 Washington.
FOK SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES HOPLAND. WITH
24x100 feet hoohouse: 1GO acres onion land,
beaverdam, thoroughly drained; 100 acres
timothy meadow. 2 hay barns, 60x100 feet
each: granary, stable: all necessary toois.
horses, living stream: close to best hay mar'
ket on the Coast: a money-maker; 912.0OO,
part cash, balance on long time. Box 42.
FREE LAND! FREfc LAND!
A chance to secure a home and make
money; only cost Is for water right, which
averages SIO per acre; untfer state control.
For particulars write or call at office of Co
lumbia Southern Irrigation. Co.. 539 Wor
NEW. MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE IN BEAU-
tlful Irvlngton; corner lot. auxiou; nrepiacc,
fixtures: Klchardson & uoynton turnace
price, with carpel, all new. $1230; 23 per
cent cown. Daiance s a moatn. u o,
ONE OF THOSE 3 FINE NEW. STRICTLY
modern o-roora houses on the corner of
Williams ave. and Eugene St.; will be
sold at a special low price. For terms ap
ply to F. Breske, room. 444. Sherlock bldg..
83H 3d tt.
NEW. STRICTLY MODERN 8U-ROOM
bouse, choicest location; $0000. easy terms.
Also beautiful furniture If wanted. This Is
one of the finest homes In the city. Call
E. N. Hall. 102 1st St.
FOR SALE CHEAP NEW 7-ROOM MODERN
house, all conveniences, hard-finished, one
block from street car, two blocks from High
land School, over two large lots. Particulars
Phone East 3104.
A GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. BET.
W. Park and 10th sts., south or Jefferson,
ofr sole by owner for $3950. Address D 53,
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mt. Scott car. 5c
FOR SALE PRETTIEST 5-ROOM MODERN
cottage In Upper Alblna, cheap, close In. 323
San Rafael sr., cor. Rodney ave.
$1000 CORNER LOT. S. E. COR. HOOD
and Grover sts.. 100 feet on Hood st. See
owner. 211 Glbbs st.
$1000 WILL BUY BUSINESS LOT ON WIL
Uams ave.. near Weldler. Inquire 340 Wil
FOR SALE MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE.
Holladay Park Add., by owner. 320 Fall
WE BUILD HOUSES. EASY PAYMENTS;
furnish 'Jots if desired. 012 Commercial bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED 160
acres, with 40 acres under plow, balance
of La.nl covered with Jmall brush and some
timber and good for pasture; all lays nicely,
good soil, plenty water; two good orchards;
7-room house, large barn; fenced and cross
fenced. Included with place are 12 cows,
team. the wagons, plows, and all farming
Implements. On county road, close to
school, and five miles from Carrollton. a
town on thn N. P. Ry. and Columbia River.
Price $2000; terms on part. Imus St TVII
loughby. Kalama. Wos
$2.50 AN ACRE AND UPWARDS FOR
22.000 acres of farming, dairying and fruit
lands, lying In Benton and Lincoln Coun
ties. Oregon, along the line of the Corvallla
& Eastern R. R. Will be sold In large or
mall tracts. Terms on application.
J. D. WILCOX.
202U Stark st.
WE SELL IRRIGATED LAND AT $35 AN
acre. Improve and cultivate It three years
and divide profits with you; monthly pay
ments; liberal contracts. Deschutes ALaifa
Land Syndicate. 4 IS Oregonlan bldg.
FOR SALE leo ACRES VIRGIN LAND: 10
miles from city. See D. B. Budd about
bargain. 110 1st ec
WESTERN WASHINGTON". NEAR SEATTLE:
Fruit and dairy farm, 200 acres, heavy, rich
roll, well drained: touching railway, close
to waterway, town, creamery, churches,
stores, conveniences; highly productive and
thrifty orchard of almost 25 acres; a low
valuation. $5000; easy terms, or will ex
change for Portland city property or an Ore
gon farm. Write for detailed description.
Charles Somers Company. 2d ave. and Marion
St.. Seattle. Wash.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
320 ACRES FINE TIMBER, NEAR PORT
land. wll cruise 10.0CO.0U0 fet. $12.50 per
acre. Owner, 232" Stark su
T-AND . SCRIP.
FOREST RESERVE" SCRIP.
ApproTed. unrestricted, ready for Immediate
w. LOWEST PRICES.,
E F.tF. B. Riley. 608 Chamber Commerce'.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE- SCRIP. TIM
be red. farm or grazing land; all sixes, lowest
prices. H. B. Compson. SIS Marqnam bidg.
FOREST RESERVE. SANTA FE AND OTU
rr guaranteed land scrip on hand ready to
locats Maglnnls s Son. 227 Falling bidg.
FOREST RESERVE AND ALL OTHER
r dips; general land practice. Collhi Land
"We're again In the market with low-priced
scrip. L. TV. TVhltlng &. Co.. .403 Ablngton.
WANTED KEAL ESTATE.
"WANTED TO RENT OR BUT CHEAP,
small, partly Improved property or ranch
near river or creek. Send description and
price to V. Vasseur, 55 N. 2d at., city.
TVE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
$2000 to 510.000; also business properties.
$5000 to $20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whit
ing & Co.. 40S Ablngton bldg.
"WANTED FOR PURCHASE OR LONG-TIME)
lease. 1 or 2 lots, with or for substantial
building; state location and lowest price.
Address J 52. care Oregontaii.
Horses, Vehicles and Harness.
FOUR HEAD OF SINGLE DELIVERY
horses for sale at Montavllla livery barn.
Phone Union 22.
TWO CARRIAGES OR CABS. ONE NEW;
run tnree montos; cneap. aii -t jenerson,
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on Coast for sale or hire. -U wasn.
FOR SALE GOOD HORSE AND WAGON
cheap. Apply Pike. 63 N. eth Bt.
24 HORSES FOR SALE AT 4TH AND BURN-
GOOD TONE LXTDWIG. Al CONDITION:
taken on mortgage. Phone Mam 15S4 Mon
day. $235 CASH BUYS $425 PIANO, USED FEW
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with Blatertte; it roils, easy to
Jay; needs no painting or coating; good over
eld Iron, tin or shingles: best for new roots.
Elaterlte Roofing Co., room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND ZD -HAND BIL-
llard and pool tables; asy payments;
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Collender.
40 3d st.
FOR SALE A 3-YEAR-OLD HBKEFOKD
bull, or will trade ror one ot same Dreea: io
be seen at Union Stockyards, city. C Mln
slcger. SEALSKIN COAT. GOOD AS NEW. COL-
lateral Loan Bank. 260 Washington at.. re
tween 3d and 4th. Phone Black 71.
ALMOST NEW. SMALL CANDY KETTLE.
furnace and marble slab, with a tew sup
plies. 65 6th.
Bargains In typewriters, supplies, office goods.
rubber stamps, safes, toast o.. siarn.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND COAL OF HOOVER.
313 Water st. Phone Main 4596.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN THE ORIGINAL JNO. A. MOLER'S
Barber College. 044 Clay it.. San Francisco.
Is the larzest. itchiest and cleanest college In
America; trade taught in 6 weeks; positions
guaranteed: tuition earned while learning;
exoert Instructors: constant practice. Writs
correct No. (644 Clay) for terms.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED,
unmarried men. between aces of 21 and 35.
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, reaa
and write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Officer. 3d and Oak sta.. Port
POSITIONS PAYING $1000 TO S3000 CON-
tinuauy open In our various otnees ror com
petent managers, salesmen, office and tech
nical men. Call or write for particulars. The
Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 45. Concord
block. Zd and Stark.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LABOR
ers. city and country; men and teams, farm
hands and milkers, restaurant and meas-houja
Help: work or all kinds. Canadian mnpioy
ment Co.. 243 Bunuide and 22t Morrison.
Phone Mam 3074.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE IN 8
weeks and secure positions; constant prac
tlce; expert instruction and examination
wages earned while learning. Catalogue
mailed tree. Moler System College. San
r ranclt co, CaL .
WANTED SINGERS. DRAMATIC PEOPLE.
performers, musicians', etc; big salary; for
vaudeville circuit. Portland worlds Fair,
traveling companies, etc Newman's Vaude
ville Circuit. Lunge Hotel. Cth and Wash
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES: COM
mission; Exposition proposition, agricultural
publications, religious periodicals. Clyde's
Advertising Bureau. 63sChamber Commerce.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co.. School of
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress 4U73-75 Eastern ave.. St. Louis. Mo.
EXPERIENCED MALE STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter; one with no objection to
leaving city. Audresu. giving references, age.
etc. M oi, uregonian.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR
who Is a member of the order ot Elks. Ap
ply between 9 and 10 A. M., at 302 Foiling
WANTED MEN TO WORK. $3 TO $4 PER
day; must have bond; no canvassing. Cat
EXPERIENCED MAN OF ABILITY IN REAL
estate office: state age. experience and time
of residence in city. K. bo. Oregonlan.
REPRESENTATIVE WANTED IN PORT-
land. Harley Burglar-Proof Lock Co., 3o:
Alius mag., san .Francisco.
WANTED BRIGHT BO! TO WORK IN
wall paper store; state age and experience.
If any. C Ho, Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS CABINET-
makers. Apply West Coast Sash & Door
Co.. 19th and Vaughn sta.
EASY MONEY. $3 TO $5 DAILY. SUBSCRIP-
tion hustlers: canvass business places. ttCJ
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED BRIGHT MAN. COMPENSATION
J75 month: must have s"uu. uau immediate
1 at 104 1st st.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS MOLDER. MAR
rird man preferred. Apply to uouglas uros.
ALPINE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 152 1st
St.; phone M&n 1017. All kinds of help fur
MAN FOR INSIDE WORK; DUTIES EASILY
learned :must have si;) and rererences.
BARBERS: I WANT TO BUY SHOP IN
country town. Address P. O. Box 373. Port
WANTED PARTNER WITH $2000: SALARY
$100; handle own money. Box S So, Orego
BOYS WITH WHEELS TO CARRY MORN
lng papers. Apply uregonian omee. 4
WANTED BOY TO DRIVE WAGON
I state age and experience. D 80. Oregonlan
Al OFFICE MAN. $00: YOUNG MAN FOR
general office worx; -hj. -to uoncoru block.
EXPERIENCED ELEVATOR BOY WANTED
at the Lange Hotel, btn ana Washington.
Men wanted to learn barber traa-.. Baroer
College. 741 Howard St.. San Francisco.
MEN WANTED. $1 TO $3 PER DAY. CALL
on West & Chapman, 230 Larrabee st.
DR. WALKER. 181 1ST. CURES ALL PR1
vate diseases or men.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Catholic preferred. No. 258 11th
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply room 317 Fenton bldg.
WANTED PARTNER WITH $2000: SALARY
$100; handle own money. Box S 85, Orego
LADIES TO TAKE ORDERS IN CITY; GOOD
mnoey for hustlers. 11 N. th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
small family. Apply 352 Morrison.
EXPERIENCED GIRU GENERAL HOUSE
work, small family. 301. I3tn.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE-
work. Call 181 E. 16th sr.
, SKIRT HANDS WANTED., 314 THE DEKUM
HELP' WANTED FEMALE.
50 AMATEURS WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Make money, easy work, dramatic vauae
vllle acting, stage dancing taught; sketches',
monologues written, to orders positions se
cured. Newman's School of Acting. Lang
Hotel. 0th and Washington.
CHANCE-LADY COOK WANTED ES FART
nershlp; nice clean restaurant, long lease',
cheap rent; seats for 40 people; nrst-clasa
rurniture. good future; small capital required.
R 52. Oregonlan.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL. KINDS CHAM
bermaida. cooks, waitresses, nura girls, sec
ond girls, housekeepers, housework. 315 to
$30. Canadian Parlors. 22SH Morrison Pnoas
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS.WA1T
ers. chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230s Yamhill. Phone Black.
WANTED EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON
shirts and overalls. Apply at Standard fac
tory. No. 2, Grand ave. and E. Taylor st.
WANTED COMPETENT WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework and plain cooking. nilt fam
ily. Call before 1 P. M.. 704 Irving.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
housework; must be neat ami willing. 33
Hasaalo St.. East Side.
WANTED A GOOD, STEAD. GIRL TO
wash dishes in restaurant; German preferred.
508 Washington st.
EXPERIENCED DEMONSTRATOR. NEAT
appearance, to leave city. Address at oner.
C 52. Qregonlan.
WANTED GIKL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework; good wages; small family.
570 Hoyt st.
WANTED SALESLADY. EXPERIENCED IN
dress goods. Clerks Keglstratlon liureau. 3w
WANTED GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
small family. 40J Clackamas st. rriona
East 254 S.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE AND EM-
ployment Agency: all klndo of male and fe
male helD furnished. 29- N. -tx St.. fort-
land. Or., phone Red 151.
SITUATION WANTED JUALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
DO YOU WANT A MAN WITH REFERENCE
and familiar with work as bookkeeper, cash
ier, agent, solicitor or teamster: must baits
work of some kind Immediately. X 51. Ore
gonlan. ACCOUNTANT. EMPLOYED BY LARGE
corporation, would do expertlng, cnecning
and posting after 7 P. M. J 84. Oregonlan.
BY YOUNG MAN. 23 YEARS OLD, AS COL-
lector, or could assist at bookkeeping: coulu
work part or the time. I. oi. uregonian.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BOOKKEEP-
cr: best of references. Address F. D. ivoud-
ford. Sol Front St., rortiana.
WANTED POSITION AS DAY OR NIGHT
clerk In hotel; city or country: best .or ref
erences. S 51. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP-
er. desire position; owns typewriter, a at.
BY COMPETENT EASTERN HOTEL MAN.
either manager or steward or noiei or i"s
taurant; a hustler, upto-date. IS years' prac
tical experience: on salary or per cent; best
of references. A 31. Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS PLUMBER'S
helper by young man. two years experience,
besides other shop experience. Address H.
J.. 2tU Morrison st.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN FUK-
nlsh domestics, servants. larmer ana an
kinds of help. Black 002. 2ta Everett st.
YOUNG MAN. MORNING'S WORK TO Ex
change ror room, gooc penman, Al salesman;
also first-class waiter. T 85. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED IN RUNNING
automobiles, both gasoline and electric, oe
slres position. K 51. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. 25. COLLEGE EDUCATION.
temperate, reliable, desires position, reason
able salary. C 51. Orcgtmlan.
MAN WITH TOOLS "WANTS PLAIN CAR-
penter work: very reasonable wages. Ad
dress P 84, Oregonlan.
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED JAPANESE
cook wants position In hotel or restaurant.
Frank, 268 Everett st.
WANTED A SITUATION; A JAPANESE
boy to do housework; schoolboy. 43 4th st.,
city. Phone Clay 872.
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. COURSE IN
architectural drawing by competent Instruc
tor. Q 75, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS TO MAKE BEDS
or housework for small wages. G 51. care
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
to do any kind work, except cooking. Blaoc
YOUNG JAPANESE WANTS POSITION TO
do any housework. R. K., 121 N. loth.
EXPERIENCED WAITER WANTS WORK.
hotel or restaurant. Phone East 1351.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER DE-
slres position; experienced; wiui Best or rei
erences. Address C 84. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION IN OFFICE. U YEARS' Ex
perience In general ottice work and nook
keeping. Q 85. Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer: ha3 knowledge or bookkeeping.
D 51. Oregonlan.
A BRIGHT. ENERGETIC EASTERN LADY.
some means, wishes position as housekeeper,
or would do chamberwork In respectable
place. P 52. Oregonlan.
POSITION BY REFINED. COMPETENT
woman; can manage in notel or rooming
house, or will assist mother, nice home.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER:
able to take charge of a large house. Ad
dress D 75, Oregonlan.
LADY WANTS ENGAGEMENT BY THE
day for plain sewing: smrtwaist special, ft
a day. Phone Scott 6044. Address 009 E. Stn
SHIRTWAISTS A SPECIALTY, 75c LP;
evening waists; first-class work assured. l'Jl
SHIRTWAIST SUITS, $3.50 AND UP; CHIL-
dren s sewing a specialty. 210 aiarKei st.
HOUSEWORK GIRL DESIRES SITUATION.
plain family, wnere sue can nave some time
evenings; church work. 230'S Yamhill. Phono
RELIABLE GIRL WANTS GENERAL
housework or dining-room work; good refer
ences. 7308 Hoyt st. Phone Main 5033.
JAPANESE GIRL WANTS POSITION AS
houseworker or cooking help; please give
phone number. K 52, care oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED
Swedish girl, second work, first-class family.
230& Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
SITUATION WANTED AS FAMILY COOK;
experienced Swedish girl: wages. $35. 2303
Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
TWO GIRLS DESIRE SITUATIONS TO AS
sls thousework; good plain families. 230',i
Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS POSITION AS
second girl, chamberwork or waiting table.
733 Northrop st.
REFINED EASTERN LADY WOULD CARE
for flat or serve as maid to wealthy lady;
small compensation. Y 51. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED CHILDREN'S NURSE
or 'governess; very capable German girl.
230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS As
sistant In doctor's or dental office. Phone
WOMAN WANTS WORK B DAY. CALL
between 6 and 7 A. M. and P. M. Phona
PASTRY AND GOOD PLAIN COOK WANTS
position, room home. O 52, Oregonlan.
BEST MONEY-MAKER FOR AGENTS ON
earth' new article, new plan, household ne-
cesslty; selU on sight by showing what it
will do; 08,000 sold In Minneapolis: resells
in rame territory; costs 7c. sells for 25c,
agents' outfit. 10c. Domestic Mfg. Co., Desk
5. Minneapolis. Minn.
WANTED PHOTO AND PORTRAIT AGENTS
ladles or gent, best offer. 404 Ablngton bldg.