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THE MOBNIffG QEEGONIAy, JHJESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1905.
MAY SHE TESTIFY?
Right of Mrs, E. H. Goodwin
WIFE ACCUSES HER HUSBAND
His Attorneys Try to Quash Indict
ment on the Ground That She'
Cannot Legally Give Testl-
mony Against Him.
Can a man's wife legally testify,
against him before a grand Jury on a
charge of infidelity?
"William Reid. attorney, argued to
the contrary before Judge George yes
terday In the case of E. H. Goodwin,
and asked the court to quash the in
dictment. The statute provides that a husband
or wife shall not be allowed to testify
against one or the other in a criminal
case, except in a case of personal vio
lence upon either by the other.
E. H- Goodwin is a well-known
young society man who was married
to Alice R. D. Goodwin in New York
several years ago. Goodwin is well
known in San Francisco and in other
places in this section of the country.
He and his wife separated. Mrs.
Goodwin came to Portland and discov
ered her husband living at the Port
land Hotel with another. The latter
person, upon the arrival upon the scene
of the wife, found it convenient to
leave at once. Mrs. Goodwin caused
the arrest of her husband on a warrant
issued In the Municipal Court. She tes
tified before the grand Jury, telling of
their marriage, and this evidence Wil
liam Reid, attorney for the accused,
argues, snould not have been received.
Mr. Reid called the attention of Judge
George to the section of the statute
"In the Investigation of a charge for
thw purpose of Indictment, the grand
Jury shall receive no other evidence
than such as might be given on the
trial of the person charged with the
crime in question."
Counsel in the course of his argu
ment said: ,
The defendant contends that the
Indictment should be set aside, because
the evidence of the said Mrs. E. H.
Goodwin is wholly incompetent; she
swears In the information filed against
him in the Municipal Court that she
is the wife of the defendant, and this
is as far as she can go. She assumes
the relation to defendant as that of
his wife, and tho moment she does this
she is disqualified to testify against
h?m, and could not even be called as a
witness against him.
"In the case of the State of Oregon
vs. McGrath, the court says: 'The com
mon law rule prohibiting either a hus
band or wife from being a witness in a
case to which the other was a party
was. so strict, and the public had such
an interest in its observance, that, ac
cording to Greenleaf, it could not be
relaxed even by their consent.' "
In response to Mr. Reid, Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Moser argued that an
indictment can only be quashed on
statutory grounds, which he enumer
ated, and said the reasons urged by
defendant's counsel were not statutory.
B. 8. Pague, special counsel for Mrs
Goodwin, took a similar position.
Mr. Reid responded that the author
ities hold that the court has power to
set aside an indictment for other than
statutory grounds, where the evidence
on which it was based was Insufficient,
and for different reasons. Counsel also,
called attention to a section of the
statute which provides that where Ju
risdiction is conferred upon the court,
"any suitable process or mode of pro
ceeding may be adopted which may ap
pear most conformable with the spirit
of the code."
Judge George took the motion under
advisement, and the attorneys will sub
SHIP CAPTAIN IS SUED.
Adolf Schaffer Says Carl Koster De
"He is a thief, he is worse than a
bailor boarding-house man; he would
rob sailors of their clothes." Adolf
Schaffer says these remarks were
made concerning him by Carl Koster,
master of the German ship Anna, and
In consequence he has sued Koster in
the State Circuit Court for 53000 dam
iiges. Schaffer also caused Koster to
e arrested because he was about to
leave the state with the vessel. The
captain was releasd on a bond for
In his complaint Schaffer avers that
he is a builder and contractor and has
resided in Portland for 13 years. The
alleged false and defamutory words
Jie says were spoken by Koster in the
bearing of Emll Hansen and greatly
Injured aim. Schaffer, in his good
same and reputation.
Captain Koster has had considerable
trouble since his arrival in Portland
JWltii the sailors on the ship of which
lie Is In command. He had a quarrel
with a physician who treated one of
the seamen. The latest reported diffi
culty is the Schaffer suit.
W. C. ELLIOTT CASE IS SET.
Demurrer That Indictment Does Mot
Charge a Crime to Be Argued.
The argument of the demurrers to
the indictments against William C El
liott. ex-City Engineer: James M, Cay
wood, Henry Chandler .and E. "W. and
R. M. RIner, was set for Thursday next
by Judge George yesterday. They are
indicted on a charge of attempting to
obtain money under false pretenses in
the Tanner-Creek sewer contract. The
meaning of this is that the Rlners en
deavored to collect pay for a poor piece
of work, and that Elliott. Caywood and
Chandler were assisting him to do it.
The demurrer is on the grounds that
the indictment sets up more than one
offense, and also that the facts stated
in the indictment do not constitute a
Decisions will be announced by Judge
Sears in the following cases this morn
ing: C E. Russell vs. J. O. W'renn ct al., fore
closure of Hen.
"W. T. Lambert vs. James Cape, action
at law merits. .
Georgia T. Kelsay vs. E. J. Jeffery. de
murrer to reply.
KEN TO BE PICKED.
Firemen Will Be Chosen for Duty at
President Goode, of the Lewis and
Clark Exposition, held a conference
yesterday with Director of "Works Hu
ber end Mayor Williams, to complete
arrangements for the installation of a
fire department at the Exposition
The building in which the depart
ment Is to be housed is now complete,
and has been furnished throughout. The
force will compose three pieces of ap
paratus, manned by a force of 21 men.
The men will be picked from among
Fifth and Washington Streets '
Kerns. fl-M) to JB.69 Per Day.
Aeeerdlj&c to Locaaea.
J. T. DAVXES, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
PJ?ONT AND MORRISON STREETS
EaropeaH Plaa Resax 50c to $1.59
First-Class Restmrast- la Cenaectlort
HOTEL SCOTT CO. I
A. J. DEITZ, Manager
Portland's Newest and Best Equipped Hotel
Booms slnsle or en suite, with private bath, European plan. Elegant cafe
in connection. Free 'bus will meet all trains.
SEVENTH AND ANKEKT STREETS. PORTLAND. OREGON.
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.
. 342 ' Washington Street, Corner Seventh
Phone Main 2119.
the best in the department and will,
in addition to their regular duties, be
obliged to drill In public once each
day. The machines at the Exposition
grounds will also answer alarms out
side the grounds.
COUNTY ASSESS0ES MEET.
Convention Will Discuss Topics
The convention of County Assessors
met in Judge Cleland's courtroom yester
day morning, pursuant to a call by J.
H. Morton, Assessor of "Union County.
The objects of the gathering are to discuss
assessment laws, and to exchange Ideas
concerning taxation and assessment, and
it may be decided to recommend certain
changes in the statute to the legislature.
The question of assessing at approxi
mately the actual cash value Instead of
upon a 50 per cent basis will be talked
over, and the matter of uniform assess
ment in the various counties will also be
debated. There will also be a discussion
concerning the assessment of railway
B. D. Sigler was elected chairman and
J. . F. Nelson, of Clackamas County,
secretary- The Assessors spent most of
the time yesterday in becoming acquaint
ed and early in the afternoon adjourned
the meeting until 10 o'clock today. The
Assessors present were:
Jerry Fleetwod, Baker County; James
F. Nelson. Clackamas; A. T. Laws, Co
lumbia; George W. Staley. Douglas; A. J.
Shelton, Gilliam: D. Br McKnlght, Linn;
S. I. Payne, Malheur: Fred J. Rice,
Marion; AV. L. Connor, Morrow; B. D.
Sigler, Multnomah: C. S. Graves, Polk;
Otto Peetz, Sherman; J. H. Morton.
Union; Asa G. Stogsdell Wasco.
Addresses will be delivered as follows:
"High Valuation and High Levy." T. S.
Cornelius, of Clatsop County; "Poll Tax
ation and Exemptions." D. B. McKnlght,
of Linn County: "Organization of an
Assessor's Office," B. D. Sigler. of Port
land; "Extension of the Tax Roll." Peter
Applegate, of Jackson County; "Uniform
Assessments Throughout the State."
George H. Wilcox, of Washington County.
"Discovery and Assessment of Intangi
ble Property," C. P. Strain, of Umatilla
County. The paper will be read for him
by G. W. Staley, of Douglas County;
Mining Property Assessment," W. H.
Fallln, Josephine County; "Railway
Passes," A. T. Laws, Columbia County;
"Flat Salaries." G. W.. Staley, Douglas
No Sign of Breaking Deadlock.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Jan. 23.
The fifth ballot for United States Sen
ator to succeed Francis M. Cockrell re
sulted in no change, and was as fol
lows: Neidringhau8. SO; Cockrell, 79;
Kerens, 9; Pettljohn. 1. A resolution
was adopted today by the State Repub
lican Central Committee, calling on all
Republican members of the Assembly
to support Thomas K. Niedringhaus,
the caucus nominee, for United States
Try Pisa's Cure for Asthma. It often re
llevps at once. 23c
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. 23. Maximum tempera
ture. 48 deg.; minimum, 42 deg. Blver read:
ing at II A. Si.. 4S feet; change In past 21
hours. 0.4 feet. Total precipitation. 5 P. M.
to 5 P. M.. 1.36 inch; total since September 1.
1904. 20.09 Inches; normal, 24.74 Inches; de
ficiency. 4 C5 Inches. Total sunshine January
22. 1905. 54 minutes: possible, 9 hours and IS
minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea level) at
5 P. M.. 29.77.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
STATIONS. H is? 2. 5"
a on t
- oo a s.
Baker City 142:0.06'10! SW
Blsmarck 1 8;O.OOC4 NW
Boise .i54 T N
Eureka 160.0.00)24 S
Helena 120 T i X
Kamloops. B; C....1SST T I 0
North Head ib.o.ss30! su
Pocatello" 441 T jl6t B
Portland !48,U34! 8! B
Red Bluff 60to.OOli S
Rcseburg 6SiO.00!l2l SB
Sacramento 160,0.00! a' SE
Salt Lake City 52! T S
San Francisco CO 0.00 ! W
Spokane 3S 0.24, B
Seattle 150:0.74, E
Tatoosh Island .... 164, '0.76 42t S
"Walla "Walla J360.12. j E
Light. T trace.
The disturbance noted this morning off the
Washington coast is mating clowly inland.
Storm warnings were ordered at 7:20 A. M.
at all seaports In this district. The following
3T-Claas Cheek Kutmmt
Ciwimtml With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS. See. aad Tree.
CSCiB AKDEBSQJ, UKIXV
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREQON
TREE 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Rites European plan. 50c. 75c, $L00. $L5Q.
(.00 per day. Sample rooms la connectloa.
maximum wind velocities occurred during the
afternoon: North Head. 60 mile southeast,
and Tatoosh Island, 42 miles south.
During: the last 24 hours light to moderately
heavy rains have fallen In Northern California.
Oregon, "Washington and Idaho.
There baa been a marked rise in temperature
In Southern Oregon, but elsewhere the tem
perature has remained nearly stationary.
The Indications are tor rain In this district
Tuesday, with high southerly winds along the
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. M. for
28 hours ending at midnight, January 24:
Portland and xiclnity Tuesday, rain; brisk
and possibly high southerly winds.
Western Oregon Tuesday, rain; cooler south
portion; high southerly winds along the coast.
Western Washington Rain; high southerly
winds along the coast.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern "Washington and
Idaho Rain; part snow In high level sections.
EDWARD A. BEAL5.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Gllman's Auction-Rooms. -413 "Washington
treet, at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. X. Gllman.
At the Portland Auction Rooms, 211 First
street, between Taylor and Salmon. Gus A.
At Baker's Auction Rooms, corner AMer and
Park file. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker &
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO. 3.
R. A. M. Special convocation this
(Tuesday) evening. January 24. 1W5.
at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic Temple. P.
M. and M. E. M. degrees. Visitors
welcome. . By order E. H. P.
HENRY ROE. Secretary.
A. & A. S. RITE.
MULTNOMAH COUNCIL OF
OF KADOSH. NO. 1.
Regular meeting In Memorial
nail, bcottlah Rite Cathedral.
This evening, at 8 o'clock.
ELLISON" ENTIVPMPVT v- . T
F.-Regular meeting this (Tuesday) evening"
January 24. at 7:30 o'clock. Oddfellows Teml
""" "ujc ocgree. visildn welcome.
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
JOHNSON-In this city, January 23. Alex.
Johnson, aged 38 years. Funeral notice later.
PATTERSON Jan. 23. 190.1. at the home of
nia parents, near lioiorooK. Or.. Eugene F.
viicj Buu, scu a yeara ana i months.
LOEB In this city. Jan. 22. 1003. N'athan
Loeb, aged 78 years. Funeral will take place
-. w. iu a. iroro iamuy residence.
702 Marshall St. Friends arc Invited. Pleaso
PATTERSON Near Holbrook. Or.. Jan. 23.
1905. Eugene F. Patterson, aced 33 vears 7
months. Funeral will take place Wednesday.
Jan. 23. at 2 P. M.. from Dunning. McEntee
& GUbaugh's chapel. 7th and Pine sis. In
terment, Lone Fir Cemetery.
SMITH At his late residence. 4C0 Grand are..
Jan. 21. 1905, Wllber S. Smith, aged 57 years
7 months 7 days. Funeral will take place
Wednesday, jan. at i; at., irom v. s.
Cunning's Chapel, 414 East Alder street.
LITHE At 649 Hood street. Mrs. Anna Luthe.
aged 50 years. Funeral will take place
Wednesday. January 25. at 8:30 A. M.. from
residence; thence to St. Joseph's Church. 15th
and Couch ettt.. at 9 A. M.. where requiem
mass will be offered for tho repose of her
soul. Interment Ml. Calvary Cemetery.
DUNNING. McENTEE & GILBACGH.
successors to Draining & Campion, under
takers and embalm ers. modern la every de
tail. 7th and Piae. Phoae Hala 430. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAN CO, Undertaker and
embalm era, have moved to their sew build
ing. Third aad Salmoa. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 507.
J. P. UNLET & SON, PsBeral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 3.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Tclepaoae East 62.
NEW TO DAI.
SKnO A comer lot. 50x100. with 5-room
-uu" house, cor. 16th and Pettygrove
st, a good business corner; see It.
nO a Hoy Ber 10th St., 23x100
'ou feet, with 5-room house.
$7ff A choice building site on Eugene.
w" near Rodney ave.
5-iq- Lot 50x100. a few blocks east of
Sunnyslde. near car line.
F. Breske. room 444. Sherlock bldg, S3 3d.
I WRITE ADS SNAPPT ADS ADS THAT
increase your business; -otherwise ao pay.
. S 55. Oregonlaa.
FOR SALE NEW 5-ROOU COTTAGE; JlOW;
monthly payments. O. 3C 'Smith. 730 Cham
ber -of Coasaerce.
' (Formerly Or Cray's.)
ALL NEXT WEEK COM
MENCING Monday, January 30
Matlaee-s Thnrjiday aae!
A Drama of Old Japan, by David
Belasco aad John Luther Long-.
Thurntlay Matlne My Aait's
Advice and Mndnnie Butterfly.
Saturday Matinee The DarllBE
of the God.
Seat da Hale tfaU morals jr. 10 A.
3L, at Box Office Grand Theater.
Prices, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c aad
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER W. T. Pan-
gie. riesiaent Manager. Phone Main 863.
Last Performance tonight. S:15 o'clock.
William and Joseph. Jr..
Sheridan's delightful comedr.
Made famous by their rather. Joseph JcScrson.
i-nces Lower noor. ii.ov. si. .Balcony, c.
50c Gallery. 25c. 55c.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
W. T. PAKGLE. Resident Manager.
Phone Main 60S.
Wednesday evening, January 25. 1005,
GRAND OPERA IN ENGLISH.
Supported by the Mantelll Operatic Company In
Prices Entire lower floor. S1.50. Balcony.
first six rows. Jl; first three of last six rows.
joe: last tnree rows in Balcony. &oc Enure
gallery. 50c. Boxes and loges. $10.
seats are now seiucg.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER. W. T. Pan-
gle, resident manager. Phone Main S6S.
Thursday, Friday nights. January 28, 27;
Special matinee Saturday, 2S.
Charles Frohman Presents
Richard Harding Davis Farce
Prices Entire lower floor, $1.50; balcony.
51.00. 75c. 30c; gallery. 25c, 35c; boxes and
A. II. BALLARD,
Lessee and Manager.
ALL THIS WEEK MATINEE SATURDAY,
Special engagement of
COLUMBIA STOCK. COMPANY
The Crime of Dubosq
Sir Henry Irvlng's great London Lyceum
First time In America, One week only.
Evening prices. 50c. 35c. 25c. 15c
Matinee r rices. 25c. JSc. 10c.
Box office atl day, Dolly Varden Candy Shop,
327 Morrison. .Pncne Main 110.
Evening at theater. Phone Main 311.
Empire Theater iaafeV'
Phone Main 117 for seats.
ANOTHER BIG HOL'SE T.AfTT VICHT.
All this week, with regular matinee Saturday,
treea & uouia a excellent production or
"Nettie the Newsgirl"
A real company In a good play.
Plrces Matinee, 10c. 13c, 25c. Evenings, 15c,
25c. 35c and 50c
Next week, Xoble Stock Company.
and during the week, the
BIJOU STOCK COMPANY
Under the management of A. R. THORXE.
will present for the Cm time In Portland, tho
jaugoaoie comeay, in tnree acts, entiuea
CAST OF CHARACTERS-
Colonel Murphy Magulre Mr. A. C Winn
Charles Torrens Mr. L. C Fredrlcks
Dauvers Mr. Charles Marian
feervant Mr. I. Ward
Aurlnadab Sleek Mr. A. R. Thome
Mrs. Ormsby De!maIne...Mls.t Kate Rockwell
Mrs. Charles Torrens Miss Jane Audrey
Lady Sowrby Creamly.MUs Grace M. Johnson
Graham Miss Mabel Harcourt
Performances Afternoons. 2 to 4:30. Even-
2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Admission to any part of the house, 10 cents.
In her spectacular dances
Tour neighbors will tell you.
7 Other blc acts T.
All for 10 cents afternoons and evenings.
GREAT ACTS AT THE STAR THEATER
THE FAMOUS TOURIST TRIO.
THE IRVING TRIO.
CLAUDIUS AND CORBIN,
HANSON AND DREW.
SANPORD AND DARLINGTON.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Shows. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
tCcnxr Alder and SereatoJ
220 to 4:20: Tl30 to 1020? Snnji, 9 i 1 9
M. Tela ad. aad 10c Trill admit two seopU
any saunee. except bunoaya aad boudaya.
Pupils prepared tor stage, pulpit.
filatfora or parlor. Either private
essons or class work. For Urns and -terms,
261 Thirteenth Street
PHONE MAIN 1283.
315 Worcester Block
Geaeral practice. IavestlgaUoas.
Estate work. Special aad periodical aadMa,
Pboae West 11.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Oar rceerde are complete aad ta data,
Wa tsralsh abstracts promptly.
Oa Improved PorUaad Real EMU,
szcuxrrr abstract x trust ce.
X14-2XS Caaaber at
Two sew modern houses and full
lot. near Steel bridge; both bring
ing good rent: a first-class Invest
ment, good for 10 per cent set.
O-rocm house, with large lot. near-
Waverly car. Can be sold ,oa
easy payments, a great bargain.
WHALLEY, 813 McKay bids.
CLASSIFIED AS. XATZ2.
Vmi." TUsu aad lewi" "Ksaae
Saws.- 5ttaUea Waste." U
wards or UU, 15 cesis; IS te 34 words. 34
eete; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc. No dfe-
eeoat fee additional insertion.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
rew Tsdy.M 3 eats for 1$ wards r les;
IB to 2 words. 49 ccats; 21 to 25 word. 5
eeBta, etc. rt lasertleB. Xack additional
In ii i Ifnii. ose-haU; so XKrtber dlccsust ai
der ose moaUu
IMPORTANT The low aeeoBd-ttee rate oa
adTertiaiHg- that tubs either la 1M cJaaaiaed
colamaa, or uader bead "New Today, wW
be gives oaly when advertisbsc I laserted est
cessecatlve days. Dally aad Suaday Usaes.
AdrertUlas that Is scheduled to appear at
intervals of oae or more daya apart will be
charged for at fall one-time rate each la-
-NEW TOD AT" (range measure agate), 15
cents per line, first lasertlcra; 19 ceata per
Use for eaca addlUoaal lasertloa.
ANSWERS TO ADVTTRnsr.MTTNTS. ad-
dressed.care The Oregoniaa. aad left at tail
office, should always be laclosed xa sealed
envelopes. No stamp is required ea vaca
The Oregonlaa will sot be respoaslbla far
errors la advert toemcaU takes taraaga tae
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES HOPLAND. WITH
Ztxioo reet bophouze; 1GO acres onion land,
beaverdam. thoroughly drained; 160 acres
timothy meadow. 2 hay barns, GOxlOO feet
each; granary, stable; all necessary tools, tt
corses, living stream; close to best hay mar
ket on the Coast; a money-maker; 312.UOO.
part cash, balance on long time. Box 42.
FREE LAND! FREE; LAND!
A chance to secure a home and make
money; enly cost Is tor water right, which
averages $10 per acre; under state control.
For particulars write or call at office of Co
lumbia. Southern Irrigation Co.. 539 Wor
SOME FINE ACREAGE RIGHT IN CITY
limits at Oregon City; and an b-room house
and a 3-story barn, very fine for trucking or
chicken ranch; will sell or trade for Port
land property. A. R. Spreadborough, Mil
Front sc. Portland.
ONE OF THOSE 3 FINE NEW. STRICTLY
moaern a-room Bouses on the corner or
Williams ave. and Eugene st.: will be sold
at a special low price. For terms apply to
F. Breske. -room 444 Sherlock bldg.. tOfc
ArlW. MUDcMtN HOUSE OF 0 ROOMS. ON
lorK st.. lor $2350. payable en installment
plan, will, suit you better than renting,
for you get something for your money. L.
. Whiting & Co.. 40S Ablngton bldg.
New. modern fiats, close In. West" Side,
yielding 14 per cent net on asking price.
Owner going away, d'.-slres to sell. Price,
$12,500. Inquire of owner. F 87. O regonlan.
SPLENDID INVESTMENT. WEST SIDE.
lots, corner, paying ?7bO per year, can be
Increased, ground vacant for three bouses;
price $5200; terms given. Owner 07 Cor
bett. S car to door.
4-room good cottage on car-line and Im
proved street, near Brooklyn School; $700.
HENKLE & BAKER,
217 Ablngton bldg.
A GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. BET.
W. Park and 10th sts.. south of Jefferson,
for aale by owner for $3850. Address D 52.
HOMES BUILT IN ANY PART OF THE
city and sold on installments; plans free.
E. Kroner. 1C5 3d st. near Morrison,
200 FARMS. SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
.Bargains on u. u. p. electrl: line. O. R.
Addlton. Lents. Or. Take Mr. Scott car. Sc.
TWO MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSES. $1850 AND
iou; one a-room cottage, suau; smau pay
ment down, balance monthly. Phone East 75.
NEW S-ROOM. UP-TO-DATE HOUSE. WIL-
laucuc xicisais, uvrriooning r air ground
and river; easy terms. Phone East 675.
FOR SALE INSIDE LOTS AND TWO COR-
ners. -itn ana upsnur; reasonable. G. H.
Thomas, room 2. 73 3d, cor. Oak.
FOR SALE LOT. LOCATED AT 001 AL
blna ave.; very desirable location. Inquire
of owner at 003 Albina ave.
INSIDE LOT ON 17TH AND GLI3AN FOR
eaje, reasonable price, 'rise Ames Mercan
tile Agency. ADicgton was.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES WILD LAND. $3
per acre; also new cottage m Portland, $1000.
owner, 4iu .McKay Duuamg.
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE. NEAR EXPOSITION
grounds; casn or installments. Price, $2400.
uwncr, Si. uregonian.
$1000 CORNER LOT. S. E. COR. HOOD
and Graver sts.. 100 feet on Hood st. See
owner. 211 Gibbs st.
SEVERAL NICE IMPROVED LOTS. CHEAP.
Central Albina. L. M. Davis, owner, Mo-
nawic mag., city.
WE BUILD HOUSES. EASY PAYMENTS:
furnish lots If desired. 612 Commercial bldg.
FOB SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED. 317
acres, with 40 under plow and over 100
acres slashed, curaea ana eeeded; $75
worth of timothy and clover sown last year:
large family orchard; good house with
spring water piped into It; two large stock
bams ana otner outDuiiamgs; 2U head or cat
tle, team, wagon and harness and road cart.
all farming implements and hay to Winter
stock; an excellent stock and dairy farm;
cioee to creamery; on county road 115 miles
from Kelso, and right on bank of Cowlitz
River, with steamboat landing. Price. $40CO.
with S20C0 down, balance on terms low
enough to enable one to make payments
from products of place. Imus & W1I-
loughby. Kalama. v ash.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED. 174
acres, wim unaer plow, ail rich land,
lays nicely and Is exceptionally easy cleared:
large frame houm; two good frame barns.
chicken-house and woodshed; large bearing
orchard; live water; good fences; In good
community, close to school, on rock-crushed
road only 2Vi miles from Kalama and one
mile ' from Columbia River. Price. $2500,
with S10O0 down and balance In four eoual
yearly payments, lmus & Wllloughby. Ka-
Do you know that Central Oregon has
the best future of any place In the North
west? Fine climate, good soil, plenty of
xuei ana lumoer.
Do not buy until you make Investigation;
lands from $3 to $25 per acre
Write your wants to Riley Girthoffer.
$2.50 AN ACRE AND UPWARDS FOR
22,000 acres of farming, dairying and fruit
lines, lying in Benton and Lincoln Coun
ties. Oregon, along the lice of the Corrallta
Jfc Eastern R. R. Will be sold In largo or
mail tracts. -j.erms on application.
J. D. WILCOX,
202K Stark st.
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER 1230 ACRES
hay and stock farm, fronts Columbia River.
I half bottom land; $15 acre; could sell part.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES VIIiGIN LAND; 19
miles from city. See D. EL Budd about
bargain. 110 1st at.
THREE 40S OF SCRIP THAT WILL TAKE
unsurveyed land, with perfect negotiatble
title Immediately to land selected; guaran
teed and cheap. Address American Timber
vevavftv BPSRRvn si-mu
Approved, unrestricted, ready for lmmedlau
use. r r " I r" -rrfl.
E F. It T. B. Riley. 603 Chamber Commerce.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. TIM
be red. farm or grazing land; all sizes, lowest
prices, ts. iompson. cits aiarqnam bldg.
ct guaranteed land scrip oa hand ready to
locate. Maglr.nl & son, Z27 Falling bldg.
FOREST RESERVE! AND ALL OTHER
scrips; general land practice. Collma Land
Co.. concord bldg.
We're again in the market with low-priced
scrip, u. w. waiting & uo.. 4us Ablngton.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES.
$2000 to $10,000; also business properties.
Kouu to s-u.iuu. nave nuyers. u. w. Whit
tng Co.. 403 Ablngton bldg.
I HAVE $12,000 TO INVEST IN WEST SIDE
property: write exact location and lowest
price. Address a k. uregonian.
BED ROAD HOUSE HOTEL AT FULTON
for sale or lease for term of years; also
5-room cottage, city water, for rent or sell
on installment, u. ii. Piggott. lawyer;
owner, a iiuney- Dicf. pnoce nooi aw.
FOX RENT TAX3M
TOR RENT- FOR A TERM OF TEARS THE
Multnomah Berxy Ranch. 100 acres, a mile
southeast of Muunt Tabor, to an energetU
berry-grower or vegetable gardener. Apply
to A. Sdgar Beard, care the Commercial
Bank of Vancouver. Wash.
TO EXCHANGE LADIES GOLD WATCH
tor furniture or carpets. Address N 82, Ore-
Horses. Vehicles aad Haraeas.
TWO YOUNG HORSES. 1100 POUNDS EACH:
nice pony, buggy and harness, txont ana
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
Tciuicsua .oui iuc Bud ur uu c a
4 HORSES FOR SALE AT 4TH" AND BOKN-
J235 CASH BUYS $425 PLVNO, USED FEW
wctu ; neea money, a 02, uregonian.
HIGH-GRADE PIANO AT A BARGAIN;
owner leaving city. 443 West Park.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK:
Repair It with Bauerlte; it rolls, easy to
lay; needs no painting or coating; good over
old lroc. Ua or shlcglefl; best for nw roofs.
Elate rite Roofing Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND ID -HAND BIL-
llard and pool tables; asy payments; w
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Collender.
40 Sd st.
STRELINGER, CLIFTON AND T UTILE MA-
nne gasoline engines on nana tor immediate
delivery. Also renewals for same. R. W.
FOR SALE A 3-YEAR-OLD HEREFORD
bull, or will trade ror one or same oreea; to
be seen at Union Stockyards, city. C Mln
Inger. FOR SALE A BRUNSWICK & B ALICE
pool table with cues and stand, counters,
bottle and ball rack. Apply 33 1st sr.
SEALSKIN COAT. GOOD AS NEW. COL-
lateral Loan Bank. 269 Washington el., be
tween 3d and 4th. Phone Black 7L
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED IRISH SET-
ter, very cheap. Armstrong, the Tailor, 313
Bargains in typewriters, supplies, office goods.
ruooer stamps, kucs. iuubl v.u-.
BUY YOUR WOOD AND COAL OF HOOVER.
313 Water st. Phone Main 459S.
FOR SALE FOX TERRIER DOG, WELL-
bred. 5 months old. 375 14 th st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MAN AND WIFE TO BOARD SAWMILL
crew at $3.75 per week; house, range ana
utensils furnished, provisions supplied and
deducted, it needed; man can assist In kitch
en, drive team or night watch; year con
tract. Steam ehovel engineer: experienced.
Carpenters, going wages for bridge and
plain work; long Job; close In.
Railroad laborers, teamsters, drillers; new
work; free fare.
Hansen's Office, 20 N. 2d st.
MEN THE ORIGINAL JNO. A. MOLER'S
Barber College, 644 Clay St.. San Francisco,
it the largest, lightest and cleanest college In
America; trade taught In S weeks; positions
guaranteed; tuition earned while learning;
expert Instructors: constant practice. Writs
correct No. (044 Clay) for terms.
50 AMATEURS WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Make money, easy work, dramatic vaude
ville, acting, stage dancing taught; sketch
es, monologues written to order, positions
secured. Newman's School of Acting.
Lange Hotel, 6th and Washington.
POSITIONS PAYING $1000 TO $3000 CON-
unuauy open in our various ornces ror com
petent managers, salesmen, otflce and tech
nical men. Call or write for Dartlculars. The
Pacific Commercial Bureau, suite 45. Concord
block. 2d and Stark.
LOGGERS. MILL AND YARDMEN. LABOR-
ers. city ana country: men ana teams. I arm
bands and milkers, restaurant and meas-house
ceip; worx or ail una, cannaian impioy
Tuent Co.. 240 BurnsMa and 226 Morrison.
pcone .aiain su74.
THE LAND DEPARTMENT OF THE PAN-
Amerlcan Ry. Co. has a splendid opening for
a gooa, aii-arouna, up-to-aate, bustling so
licitor. Address with rererence, I .and Dept.
Pan-Am. Ry. Co., room 25. 1206 First ave..
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., School of
practical piumomg. sena ror catalogue. AO
dress 4S73-73 Easton ave.. St. Louis. Mo,
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS: COMMISSION;
.Exposition publication, newspapers, maga
zines, periodicals. Clyde's Advertising Bur
eau, 638 Chamber or Commerce.
LOCAL AGENT CAN SECURE EXCLUSIVE
control or S. F. factory s output. Samples
furnished. No risk. W. F. A. Co., a Co-
lumoian ouiiaing. san Francisco.
SUBSCRIPTION BUSINESS FOR SALE; $50
mommy; win yieia $io pront ana more; re
quires solicitation, collections, supervision.
638 Chamber or commerce.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR FOR
monumental work; must have experience and
references. Address Watts Marble Works,
xae j-uuies, ur.
COMPETENT MAN. BOOKKEEPER AND
atenoeraDner ror out-or-town: srrwi own
state experience and references. F U2. 6re-
wiui payer siurc, Biaic age sou experience.
Al BOOKKEEPER, IMPLEMENT SALES
man, bookkeeper and stenographer, crockery
salesman, m uoncora ouc
WANTED MAN. SIMPLEX OPERATOR;
j vi, care urcEomuu.
wivpin nmnHT mix pnfPT7VR a ttov
ly at 104 Tst st.
WANTED COMPETENT OFFICE MAN. AD-
dress, stating experience and salary wanted.
; irj, uregonian.
MAN FOR INSIDE WORK; DUTIES EASILY
learned; must have $150 and references. 39
ALPINE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 152 1st
su; pnone Main 1917. All kinds of help fur-
WANTED . YOUNG MEN TO PREPARE
for railway mall examinations. M 00, Ore
BARBERS: I WANT TO BUx SHOP IN
country town. Address P. O. Box 375. Port
WANTED BOY TO DRIVE WAGON:
state age and experience. D 85. Oregonlan.
Men wanted to learn barber trade. Barber
College. 741 Howard st.. San Francisco
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
painter, inquire 211 Washington st.
YOUNG MAN WANTED IN BAKERY. CALL
at 5 P. M., at 3G0 Washington.
DR. WALKER, 181 1ST. CURES ALL PRX
vale aiseanes oi men.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED 2 EXPERIENCED LADY CAN
vasscrs on a lively weekly paper; good com
pensation. I4T Front st. -
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worlc Apply Mr. Bush. Imperial Hotel par
lors, bet. s ana was.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
must be good cook. 812 Kearney St., bet.
24 th and 23th.
WANTED GOOD. COMPETENT WOMAN
for general housework. Apply 355 Taylor at.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE-
work and help with sewing; references. 35
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR SECOND
work In private family. Apply 742. Over
EXPERIENCED GIRL. GENERAL HOUSE.
work; small family. . Apply morning. 301
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply forenoons, 381 12th.
GIRL TO DO CHAMBER WORK AND HELP
in dining-room, uceanic Hotel. 45 RusseL
COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND
care of 2 babies; wages $25. 723 ulltaa.
WANTED GIRL, FOR GENERAL HOUSB-
work. 370 ParR. Apply this morning.
NURSE. GIRL. 293 24TH. COR PETTYGROVE.
Phone Mala 6230.
YOUNG GIRL TO CARE FOR CHILD. AP-
ply 444 carter sr.
YOUNG GIRL TO TAKS CARP OF BABY,
HELP WANTED Paf AJK,
WANTED SINGERS. DRAMATIC JPW
pie. performers, musicians, etc; bl aatery:
tor vaudeville circuit. Portland "Wortdfa
Fair, traveling companies, etc Newmans
Vaudeville Circuit. Lange Hotel. 6th aad
LADY ASSISTANT FOR BRANCH OFFICH.
established business, $IS paid weekly. No
Investment required. Position permanent.
Previous experience not essential. Adarts
Branch Manager. Como Block, Chicago.
DOMESTIC HELP OF ALL KINDS CHAM
bermalds. cooks, waitresses, nurse girl.
oed girls, housekeepers, housawork, $11 t
$30. Canadian Parlors. 22 Morrbna. PkOM
WANTED A THOROUGHLY .EXFERI
enced cashier and bundle-wrapper; one "who
has typewriter .preferred. Apply with ref
erence to the Hub. 3d and Burnalde.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. HOUSEKEEP
er; widower on farm; Swedish preferred:
good home. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS WAIT
ers, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louis Agency, 230 YamhllL Phone Black:
WANTED AT ONCE RELIABLE. ENER-
getlc business woman, mature years, to take
management of office. D 87. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. EXPERI-
enced In lumber, banking business, several
years- experience In city bask aa steno..
bookkeeper, teller; previously manager retail
lumber yard; not afraid work or responsibil
ity; fair salary. Box 922. Moscow, Idaho.
POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN A3
clerk or bookkeeper In omce; plenty or ex
perience, together with tho best of refer
ences. H &. Oregonlaa.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED HOTEL MAN
position as manager of hotel or clerk; city
or country. H 92. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY GERMAN GRO-
cery clerk. V 80. Oregonlaa.
VALUABLE MATRESSES' RENOVATED.
made over and returned the same day; cash
or credit; order by mailing your address to
Eugene Pea body, 345 East Oak. at.
BOY 17 WANTS POSITION; TWO YEARS'
experience ruumuts wcuiscn in. i&uuurjr, w
running elevators. Address 364 East Oatc
st. Phone E. 13.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN FUK-
nlsh domestics, servants, tanner ana au
kinds of help. Black 992. 268 Everett st.
JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS A Posi
tion In & small family, where he may attend
Couch School. G 92. Oregonlan.
DENTIST GOOD ALL-ROUND MAN WANTS
position, dental or otberwnse; wui leave
city. J 90. Oregonlan.
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED JAPANESE!
cook wants position in hotel or restaurants.
Frank. 268 Everett st.
YOUNG MAN AND WIFE WANT- WORK ON
farm; will also work on shares or rent farm.
JAPANESE BOY WISHES TO WORK IN
small private family and attend school. 2k.
WANTED BY JAPANESE BOY TO DO
piecework any kind. Phone Clay S72.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and StcBographerx.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER DE-
slrefi position; experienced; with best of ref
erences. Address C 84. care Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer; has knowledge of bookkeeping.
D 51, Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRL DESIRES
position; private dressmaking parlors; $6
weekly. O 02, Oregonlan.
WANTED SEWING BY THE DAY BY A
competent dressmaker, fit guaranteed. Main
YOUNG. STRONG GIRL FROM FINLAND
wants place to do general housework and
help In kitchen; take E. Ankeny car. o4
E. Davis st.
SITUATION WANTED VERY CAPABLE
second-girl. ' first-class- family; wages, $25.
230 YamhllL Phone Black 23SL r-'
CAPABLE GERMAN GIRL DESIRES SITU-
atlon, family cook or chambcrwork. Call
230 Yamhill. Phone Black 28S1.
TWO GIRLS WISH POSITION AS CHAM-
bermald In first-class boarding-bouse or hotel.
C 82, Oregonlan.
WANTED PLACE TO DO HOUSEWORK
and cooking by experienced girl. 591 Upshur,
YOUNG WOMAN WITH 8-YEAR-OLD GIRL
wants housework for room and board. K. 91,
SITUATIONS WANTED CAPABLE HOUSE-
work girls, cooks, nurses, waitresses, cham
bermaids, housekeepers. 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2881.
POSITION AS CASHIER BY LADY WHO
has had several years experience; good ref
erences. R 92. Oregonlan.
A FEW ENGAGEMENTS BY THE HOUR.
Mra. Reynolds. Phone Hood 3S9.
BOOKMEN. ATTENTION! BRAND NEW
book, never shown here. You'll say at sight
It's a winner. For cream territory apply
today. 625 Chamber of Commerce.
SOMETHING FOR A HUSTLER, LADIES
or gents. $5 to $10 a day. sells on sight;
salary and commission. Investigate. Room
4. Hotel Barrie-
WANTED UP-TO-DATE! PICTURE AGENTS,
ladles or gents, sol Dekum bldg.
WANTED TO KENT.
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 HOUSE OR FLAT. 4. 5, 6 ROOMS.
west portiana, norm or wasnington. Send
particulars for one week, M 92, Oregonlan.
THREE COMPLETELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; not over $25; walking
distance. Phone Hood 1758. Mornings.
WANTED GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKB
room, with modern conveniences and board..
Address T 92. Oregonlan.
LADY WOULD LIKB SINGLE BOOM. WITH
modern conveniences and board. Address
V 92, Oregonlan.
WE PAY YOU HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR
your second-hand furniture or anything yon
cannot use. Phone S653. Portland Auction
Rooms, 211 1st fit.
FRENCH RANGE AND COMPLETE OUT
fit for restaurant and lunch counter; must
be a bargain.- Address LocKuox 657, Oregon
WILL BOARD SMALL GIRL. FROM 10 TO
to 12 years of age; good horns and piano;
references exchanged. Address Q 73. Ore
gonlan. WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING
and shoes; highest price paid. Call at the
"Fair DeaL" 62 N. 3d. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED SURVEYOR'S TRANSIT IN GOOD
condition. Inquire Wood River Zinc' Co.,
250 Alder st.
WANTED OREGON GRAPH ROOT AND
Cascara Bark. Northwest Chltten Co., Cbe.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50c AT HOLLA
feauga'e, 267 Taylor, bet. 3d and 4th.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES. AND CAT.
tie of all kinds. Phone East 2233.
WANTED DOUBLE FURNITURE WAGON.
Address D 92. Oregonlan.
NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE- FRONT
bay-window room; $4.50 per week; furnace
heat. bath, phone; private family; central.
394 Yamhill st.
265 11TH NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM;
hot and cold 'water, heat, phone, batn;
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. FROM $3 TO
$8 & month. 525 5th st., cor. Lincoln.
Cheapest and best located rooms' la- Portland.
V muSt so, GUtaaa, 1st 44 AW? 4.