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JHE MOKNIKQ OKEOOiaAy. THURSDAY, PRIL 6, 1905.
TO FIGHT CASE
Attorney Vaughn Pre
pares for Battle.
LAWYERS WATCH OUTCOME
Attorney Tries to Have-Judge
CHANGE OF VENUE. IS ASKED
Subornation of Perjury I&ay Be
, Charged as Ontcomo of Hear
ing, Which Has Been Post
poned Until "Tuesday.
VAUGHN CONTEMPT CASE.
Attorney W. T. Vaughn, -under arrest
on a. chargro of contempt of court pre
ferred by Municipal Judge Hogue, at
tempts to cause District Attorney Man
ning1 to indict Hogue for subornation
of perjury. Vaughn represents that
Hogue attempted to compel Edward
Gloss to swear to statements that -CHess
never made. '
District Attorney Manning and Judge
Hogue confer, the Judge explains how
Glees signed the affidavit, and no Indict
ment Is filed on the charge sought to
be made by Vaughn. It Is understood
none trill be.
Vaughn Is arraigned in court. His
counsel raise a question of jurisdiction,
desiring to secure a change of venue,
and the case Is set 'for further hearing
In an endeavor to causo the arrest of
Municipal Judge Hogue, Attorney W. T.
Vaughn visited District Attorney Man
ning at the latter"s offices and sought to
have an Indictment Hied against the Judge
for subornation oi perjury. He represent
ed that Edward Gless had been forced to
elgn an affidavit containing statements
never made by Gless. No action "was
taken, except that a consultation took
place. It Is understood that the District
Attorney will not take any further part in
Attorney Vaughn's action Is regarded as
an attempt to retaliate upon Judge Hogue,
as the latter last Saturday asked that
Vaughn ho Indicted for subornation of
perjury, and himself placed a charge of
contempt of court against the attorney
later. Vaughn is now under arrest on the
charge, and his case is yet to be disposed
of. The testimony of Edward Gless Is to
be given in the case, and upon It is said
to depend the action, if any, of the Dis
Gless first called upon Deputy City At
torney Fitzgerald and swore to a com
plaint, charging violations of ordinances
against two young men, "who -were de
fended by Attorney Vaughn. When Gless
took the witness stand, he declared his
complaint to be untrue. Judge Hogue
then caused a charge of perjury to be
laid against him. Later, Giess confessed
that Vaughn had approached him and
swears that the lawyer asked him to "be
easy" on his clients. Based upon Gless'
declarations, Judge Hogue dictated the
affidavit signed by Gless. The latter did
not sign the document until three state
ments were stricken from it. He then
said lie was willing to affix his signature.
This took place before many -witnesses.
Vaughn Will Contest Case.
That Attorney Vaughn proposes to
contest every inch, of ground in the
contempt case, is manifest from the
ifirst hearing of the affair, "which, oc
curred yesterday morning. T. G.
Greene, chief counsel for the defense,
contended that Judge Ho-rue nas no
jurisdiction, and will make a strong
effort to secure a change of venue. In
order that authorities may be cited,
and arguments made, a postponement
-was taken until next Tuesday at 11 A.
. This is a case in which the bar of
"Portland takes great interest, not be
causof .the standing of the 'defendant,
wb'riBa "well-known attprney, but for
t.he"1reason that many believe a prece
dent is apt to be set against the legal
Attorney Vaughn's contempt of court,
if such it proves to be, consists in ap
proaching' complainants and asking
them to make their testimony against
ills clients vague, in order that they
might be dismissed when the case went
to trial. The alleged act of Vaughn
is Bald to nave taken place In a side
room of the Municipal Court, but Judge
Hogue holds that the contempt, as al
leged, oocurred In his presence. Ho has
authorities to show this, but Vaughn
holds -otherwise and is to make argu
ment, through ills counsel, Tuesday.
May Get Change of Venue.
On the decision of Judge Hogue as to
the point stated, depends where the
trial will occur. If the actwas commit
ted In the presence of the court. Judge
Hogue will try it himself, but if not,
another court may take the case.
Deputy District Attorney H. B. Adams
was present in court yesterday to hear
the testimony in the contempt pro
ceedings, and In this there was great
significance. District Attorney Manning
&eft the city yesterday for an indefinite
period, and It Is said that Mr. Adams
lias power to file an indictment against
Attorney Vaughn for subornation of
perjury, Bhould It develop that the -testimony
warrants such action.
May File Indictment.
"Will you. file an indictment against
Sir. Vaughn, for subornation of per
jury?" was asked of Mr. Adams.
"I cannot say," ho replied. T will
listen to the testimony and then de
cide. The law gives me that right."
The contempt proceedings grew out
of the cases of using profane and abus
ive language, preferred by Edward
Gless against Sam Swarthout and Fred
Carlson. There was also a charge
against Carlson of violating the ordi
nance which prohibits the dumping of
refuse on the street. Carlson is In For
est Grove, but Swarthout was present
in court and his case was heard yester
day. Gless and his wife testified that
Swarthout and Carlson used unprint
able language repeatedly, but Swart
hout and his father denied the allega
tion. Gless and his wife conduct a rooming-house
in South Portland, and young
Swarthout and Carlson had apartments
there. It is said that until Carlson ar
rived at the house, Swarthout was all
right, but that Immediately thereafter
the air frequently became tainted with
profane and obscene langukge. This
case also will bo continued next Tuesday.
Murderer May Cheat Gallows.
- John -T. Coleman murderer of Edna
Fifth-tend Washington Streets
Rooms. $1.60 to 3.00 rer Day
According to Location,
J. r. DAVUS, Pres.
St. Charles Hotel
, - CO. nfOOHPOBATED.'.
FRONT AND MORRISON STREBTS
European Plan Rooms 50c to $1.50
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
Hoffman, baa contracted a severe cold
since his incarceration in the County Jail
and the attending physician says if pneu
monia set in. with Coleman's throat in Its
present condition there would be little
chance for recovers'. The wound In his
throat is still bleeding and he has coughed
up considerable blood. The coughing ir
ritates the wound. Coleman wants to
die, and consequently does not try to re
strain the cough. The only way to keep
him quiet is to administer opiates. Cole
man sleeps well, and the Sheriffs force
Is -using every effort to pull him through.
TELLS OF MOTTNTAIN CLIMBING
Interesting Lectures Given by Miss
Membqr of the Unitarian Woman's Al
liance and a largo number of their friends
assembled yesterday at S P. 1L at the
Mazama clubrooms in the City Hall, to
listen to an admirable lecture by Miss
The subject, treated In scholarly style.
was "Mountain Sunshlno and Mountain
Snow." Miss Metcalfe gavo a glowing
description of some of the best-known
mountain peaks and her listeners wero
highly enthusiastic Special mention was
made of Mount Rainier, which. Miss- Met
calfe said, is not only the highest and
the largest mountain in Oregon, Wash
ington or California, but the most mag
nificent of all In scenery. The only other
snow-clad mountain on the Pacific Coast
to be compared with It, in respect of ris
ing from a plain comparatively low, Is
Mount Shasta. Rainier sweeps in superb
-outlines almost from the level of the
plains to a height of 14,528 feet. The area
of glacier and perpetual snow comprises
Reference was made to Paradise Park,
a garden .spot of the gods. "People visit
ing this park," said Miss Metcalfe, "never
eay that they have been to Paradise
Park. 'I have been to Paradise' Is the
way they express it." The speaker also
dwelt upon the pleasure of mountain
climbing, declaring that such a trip Is
not a difficult one for the women, as they
may make it as easy as they like. A gen
eral camp fire, under the direction of the
outing committee, on the Mazama trips-,
is always an Important feature, and here
the party gathers for music and lectures.
after the day's outing.
The lecture by Miss Metcalfe was of
special interest, as the annual field out
ing of the Mazamas will be held July 13
to 28 at Mount Rainier, headquarters be
ing established at Paradise Park. At the
close of the afternoon the women passed
an enjoyable hour, looking at the excel
lent Mazama views, pressed flowers and
record books. For the study of the fauna
and flora Mlas Metcalfe said that Paradise
Park presents rare opportunities.
CHANGE THE ASSESSMENT PLAN
A. O. U. W. Grand Lodge Holds Spe
cial Session In Portland April 12.
A special session of the A. O. U. W.
Grand Lodge will be held In Elks' Hall.
Sixth and Morrison streets, next Thurs
day, April 13. Grand Secretary Newton
Clark has made arrangements with the
railroad companies for reduced rates for
the representatives to this session of the
Grand Dodge. The special session has been
called for the purpose of adopting the
new assessment plan In advance of the
regular session, which takes place in
Portland In July. The object is to dis
pose of the question of changing the as
sessment as soon as possible, and hence
the special session has been called for
There seems little doubt but the new
plan will bo adopted, although at the last
Grand Dodge session it was rejected. Since
then there has been much missionary
work in the Oregon jurisdiction, besides
double assessments levied on the mem
bers for several months past and for
April seems to show the members that
the present assessment plan does not
meet the cost of insurance. The new
plan has been adopted In Texas, Nevada,
Pennsylvania, Georgia, California, Wis
consin, Illinois, New York, West Vir
ginia Connecticut, Tennessee, Utah Ohio,
Arkansas, Maine, Colorado, Louisiana,
British Columbia, Kentucky, Delaware,
Rhode Island, Maryland, Indiana, Arizona
and New Mexico, Quebec and the Mari
time Provinces, Montana, Michigan and
North Dakota. In Massachusetts, Mis
souri, Manitoba, Washington and Nebras
ka there has been strife, and they have
not adopted the plan. The new plan in
creases the cost to those in the higher
ages, but provisions aro made for these
so they can have insurance even if they
cannot pay the increased rates of the
new plans. t Is set forth that the new
assessment plan Is necessary to insure
the perpetuity of the order.
STATE BOARD SOON TO MEET
Horticulturists to Gather in Portland
The semi-annual meeting of the State
Board of Horticulture will be held in
Portland on Monday. It is expected that
all of the members of the board will be
present to discuss the fruit conditions
throughout the state.
The fine weather that has been prevail
ing for Bome time is causing a little un
easiness among the fruitgrowers, who
fear that cold weather will como after
the blooms are out and thus kill the
fruit. The more optimistic, however, are
hopeful that no harm will result from
tho early appearance of the blossoms.
George H- Lamberson, secretary of the
board, is in Salem today, hurrying the
bi-annual report of the board through the
press at the State Printer's office. Here
tofore it has been -usual for the reports
to be out by the 1st of February at the
latest, but for some reason the printers
have been dilatory and the book 13 not
yet in the hands of the fruitgrowers
of the state. Mr. Damberson will finish
tne Index today and -tomorrow, and as
First-CIass Cheek Krstannmi.
Connected With Hotel. "
C O. DAVIS, gee. and Xreu,
GSCAR ilDBIOI, tiu&gar '
Front and Morrison Streets
PORTLAND - OREQON
FREE 'BUB TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Hates European plan, BOc. TSc. $1.00. f 1.59,
f20Q par dy. fir, mole rooms la oonnocUoJU
printed and bound. It Is hoped by hard
work to have copies here for all of tho
members of the commission when they
meet Monday morning.
DAILY MEIEOBOLOGICAIi BEFOET.
PORTLAND, Or., April 5. Maximum tem
perature, 69 deg.; minimum, -45 dcg. River
reading at 11 A M., 5.0 feet; change In
past" 24 hours, none. Total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 3 P. M.. none; total since Septem
ber 1, 10W, 27.65 Inches; normal elnce Sep
tember J. 1004, 38.82 inches; deficiency. 11.17
Inches. Total sunshlno April 4, 1005, 12
hours and 58 minutes; possible, 12 hours
and 58 minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea
level) at 5 P. M., 20.01.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Xamloops. B. C.
Salt Lake City..
0.0(H 4 W
Since yesterday light showers have oc
curred along the Washington Coast and the
weather is cloudy and threatening over the
greater portion of Washington and North
ern Idaho. Elsewhere lb the Pacific States
It continues clear and pleasant.
It is much cooler In the Sound Country and
slightly warmer in Eastern Oregon, Eastern
Washington and Idaho.
The indications are for showers Thursday
in Washington and Northern Idaho and for
generally fair weather elsewhere.
Forecasts made at Portland for tho 2S
htyirs ending at midnight April C:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy with
possibly showers. Winds mostly southerly.
Western Oregon Partly cloudy with show
ers near coast and possibly showers in In
terior of north portion. Southerly winds.
Washington and Northern Idaho Showers.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Fair.
EDWARD A BEALS. District Forecaster.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Oilman's Auction Rooms, 413 Washing
ton sL, at JO o'clock A. M. 6. L. N. Oilman.
At Baker's Auction House, cor. Alder and
Pork. Sale at 10 A M. Geo. Baker & Co.,
At the Portland Auction Roome, 211 First
sL, bet. Salmon and Taylor. Sale at 10" A. il.
sharp, c L. Ford. Auctioneer.
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 114. A
F. & A M. Stated communication
this (Thursday) evening 8 o'cl-xsk,
Masonlo Temple. Work in M. M.
degree. All Masons Invited.
B. S. PAGUE. Secretary.
All Masonic lodge officers ftt the city
01 -roruana are requested to meet
the Custodian of Work at 8 o'clock
Temple for instruction.
G. L. GRAY, Custodian.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 28.
I. O. O. F. Regular meeting this (Thursday)
evening, corner Grand aye. and East Pino st
Work in Golden Rule degree.
ROBT. ANDREWS, R. S.
SIMONSON In this city. April 5, 1005 by
accidental drowning, James H. SImonsln.
aged 23 years. Funeral notice hereafter.
LETAt ML Tabor, April 5. 6 A. M., Mar
thaA. Lent, aged 72 years 17 days. Funeral
services at her late residence. West ave..
ML Tabor. Oils (Thursday) afternoon 2:30.
Friends of the family respectfully invited.
Interment Multnomah Cemetery.
JENKINS Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services of William W. Jenkins, which will
be held at Flnleys chapel at 2:30 P. M. to
day. IntermenL Lone Fir Cemetery.
PATTERSON On bar 72d birthday. Mary E
Patterson, at her home, 80S Williams avel
Funeral at 2 o'clock; April 6.
DUNNING. McENXEE & 'GILBAUGH,
successors to Dunning & Campion, under
takers and embalmers, modern In every de
tail. 7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady
EDWABD HOLMAN CO.. Undertaker,! and
embalmers, have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady as6litani.
Telephone No. 597.
J. P. PINLEY & SON. Funeral Directors,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZELLEB-BYBNES CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Embalmers, 273 Ras"l; East 1088; lady as't'
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Oct records are complete sad 9 to ditx.
W fjttnlsh abstracts promptly.
On lmgrpred Portland Km1 Estate.
EECUBIXX ABSTRACT X XBUSX CO,
Xll-XlS CTii-nbw at Commerc.
318 Worcester Block
General practice. InvestJyations.
Estate gfecai and peciodle&LftBilto.
Marquam Grand Theater i!iSr
Phono Main 80S.
The Pollard Lilliputian Opera Company
Tonight at 8:15 last performance of
"A RUNAWAY GIRL."
Friday Night and Saturday Matinee "A
Saturday Night "An American Millionaire."
Matinee Prices 25c and 50c
Evening Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. 75c
Seats now selling for the entire week.
STAR THEATER sIiton.
PANAHASIKA BIRD AND CAT SHOW.
FEBRTNGTON AND BOYLE.
MORGAN AND CHESTER.
SHOWS 2:30. 7:30, 9 P. M.
. ADMISSION 10c TO ANY SEAT.
ii t A IVJ Matlnea and
CONGRESS OF NOVELTIES.
BARTLETT AND COLLINS.
LEE LONG FOO.
SAMSON AND ZACCHO.
THE KELTD3 TRIO.
MR. ALF BONNER.
General admission, 10c Box seats, 23c
Third and Yamhill sts. Keating & Flood.
Managers. Largest: Vaudeville Housa in
THE MUSICAL THORS.
II" LAIN AND MLAIN.
POWERS AND THEOBALD.
Admission 10c entire house.
Performances at 2:30, 7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
-j fk CENTS MATINEE
op?SyG TheTickt-of-Uave Man
2 SHOWS DAILY ggXV:f
By ROSE EYTINGE
At Parsons' Hall, Thursday,
April 6, 2.45 P. M.
For Lessons In Elocution Apply 201 ISth St.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car ahd get
off at Hawthorn Terrace, one block from car
line. No climbing. Electric elevator.
Most magnificent view In America.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS.
CLASSIFIED A3). RATES.
"Booms," "Rooms and Board," "House
keeping Booms," "Situations Wonted." 15
words or 'less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc. No dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO cents for 15 words or less;
10 to 20 words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50
cents, etc first Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; no further discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measare agate), 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per
line of each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan, and left at this
office, should always b Inclosed In sealed
envelopes. No stump is required on such
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
FOR SALE GENTS' FURNISHING Busi
ness and $1400 stock, doing a good busi
ness; best of location; will sell on terms
to suit to the right man. Address Box
06S, Roeeburg, Or.
FOR SALE BY OWNER, HOME BAKERY,
I on Morrison sL; will be money-maker during
Fair. Phone Main 0730, afternoon ony.
REE LAND IN OREGON
Under the "Carey Irrigation AcL" Deed
direct from state. "WRITE OR CALL
TODAY. Booklets and map free. B. S. Cook
& Co.. 251 Alder a tree L Portland, Or.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Quarter block, Portland Heights; grand view.
Apply to oiv'aer. 800- Chamber of Commerce.
lOK iJALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE NEW EIOHT-ROOM HOUSE,
full basement with concrete floor, oorce-
lain plumbing, washtubs, gas and electric-
lty, furnace, walls tinted, hardwood floors;
cash or Installments; West Side. O. M.
Smith, owner. 730 Chamber of Commerce.
FINE, LARGE BUSINESS LOT NEAR MOR
rlson; nice new 7-room house and lot. East
Everett: 20x100, close In, on 7th street, good
for flats; fine building lots on 10th and East
Everett at a bargain. Northrup & King, 211
FOR SALE IN SUNNYSIDE, NEAR MOR
rison st. Corner lot 50x100 with good
C-room house, bath, hot and cold water,
barn and flowers; price, $1800; one-third
down, balance .installments. Call at 251
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS 10-ROOM MOD
ern house and full lot. 340 28th sL. near
Savler, $6000; easy terms. For full par
ticulars phone Main 316.
$1200 5-ROOM COTTAGE. BASEMENT
and attic; any old terms. Will build any
thing you want on installments. 612 Com
mercial bldg. Main 1040.
6-ROOM HOUSE. WITH OR WITHOUT FUR
nlture. In Montavllla, 4 blocks from car Una.
Inquire of the owner, Mrs. Beds Blberg, 11
4 th sL -N., Portland.
FOR SALE 5 ACRES ON CANNON ROAD,
tbreo miles out; fine place to build a home;
garden and orchard; selling cheap. Apply
2S7 Morrison aL
A BARGAIN OTU ST BE SOLD, PARTIES
leaving city; C-room cottage, furnished, mod
em Improvements; on car line. 618 Mar
FOR SALE 2 ACRES AT GLENWOOD
Park, on EL Johns line; cheap buy. Inquire
of owner, S22& Washington sL, near 7tb.
FOR SALE TOWN LOTS IN TOPPENISH.
Wash.. 19 miles east of Yakima, on N. P.
B. B.; no agents; sold by owner, Josephine
GOING EAST; WILL SELL ONE OF BEST
residences Holladay Park Add., considerable
le?s than cost. Inquire cor. 24th and Clack
amas. 200 FARMS, SMALL TRACTS AND LOTS
Bargains on O. W. P. electric line. O. B.
Addlton, Lents. Or. Take ML Scott car. 3c
FOR SALE NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE;
good location; $1400, cash or installments.
O. M. Smith. 730 Chamber of Commerce.
$2200 GOOD HOUSE AND TWO BEAUTI
ful lots, plenty fruit, garden all In. WU1-lams-ave.
car. Miller, 303 Cham. Com.
FOR SALE CHEAP C-ROOM HOUSE,
block, central, located between two car
lines. No agonts. L 100, Oregonlan.
FOR SALEMODERN HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS
315 22d sL Price low. Owner, Mro. W. aT
Daly. 359 13th sL
FOR SALE 6-ROOM 2-STORY COTTAGE
on Portland Heights; sightly. Inquire 816
TOWNSEND. DRIGGS & CO:, REAL ESTATE,
Insurance, immigration. 280 Alder sL. beL
4th and 5th.
ACREAGE NEAR CAR-LINE. 6 MILES FROM
Morrison sL bridge. C K, Ballard. Mil
CHEAP ONE OR TWO SIGHTLY COTTAGES
--S-K,-- liaise, , ..Q?rar,tlax3grUj
FOB SALE REAL ESTATS.
FOR SALE NEW 6 AND S-ROOM HOUSE;
bath, stationary washstand. concrete base
ment, gas and electric lights, furnace, house
tinted, pass pantry, largo bedrooms, with
closets in each, wood elevator, stationary
washtubs In basement; on Union-avenue car
line, flve-mlnute service, near good school,
lawn, streets Improved; houses now open for
Inspection; cash or Installments. Inquire
owner, II. E. Stcmler. 122 3d sL, or at res
idence, 632 Union are. North, one block
south of houses.
ACRE TRACTS WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of handling acreage; choice acre trr.cta for
homes; within the city limits or outside;
terms to suit A. C. Churchill ic Co. 110
NEW. MODERN. 6-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE
In, East Side, $1850; 8-room house and 2
lots, close in. East Side, $1030; corner lot,
Karl and Mllwackle sts.. $330; 320 acres
fine timber, near Portland; 7 acres front
ing on Tremont st.. $3000; 6-room modern
house. B. 20th, $2450; easy terms. Owner,
605 E. Washington sL Phone East 1626.
FREE LAND! FREE LAND!
A chance to secure & home and make money;
only coat Is for water right, which averages
$10 per acre; under state control. For par
ticulars write or call at office of Columbia
Southern Irrigation Co., 530 Worcester block.
$300 CASH. $15 PER MONTH. BUYS 6-ROOM
plastered house; lot 50x138; 3l Johns. Ad
dress box 235. St. Johns.
WEST SIDE CORNER. PAYING IS PER
cent on $4700. Owner, S07 Corbett sL 6.
FOR SALE 3 LOTS WITH COTTAGES,
$600 each. B 9. Oregonlan.
FOB SALE FARMS.
GUARANTEED AS ADVERTISED
80 acres with 10 under plow, 40 acres of
good timber, balance brush land; soil' Is
rich and land lays nicely; live water, good
boxhouse and barn; on good county road,
14 -miles from town on railroad ana. navi
gable stream. Prlca $500, with one-half
160 acres of rich land, all lays nicely
with about 4 acres In cultivation; live
water; house and barn; 400 cords of cedar
besides other timber; on county road 8
miles from Kelso. Price $000, with $250
niuuuuunui, jvaiama, wash.
80 acres rich land; 2-story house, 5 rooms
first floor; flnoorchard; rails from R. R.
and boat landing; church on farm; good
county road; prito, $S00; $500 cash.
A snap 20 acres; good 5-room house; good
coll; good spring; 1 miles from Kalarna;
can't be beat for chickens or frulL
$400 buys 20 acres good fruit or garden
land, mile from Kalama; all slashed; 400
cords of wood on land; must be taken soon;
We hare other lands la tracts from ono
acre up at reasonablo prices.
KALAMA LAND & LN VESTMENT CO..
Office In Bulletin bldg.
AN IDEAL HOME 150 ACRES ON THE
Columbia Blver; 75 acres under cultiva
tion, balance can be cultivated; soli very
fertile and productive; large 6-room house,
warehouse 74x120; Government light pay
ing $10 month; boats land day or night:
$7000; Cowlltx Co. Land Co., Kelso, Wash.
FOR SALE 74 ACRES OF TIMBERLAND
on tidewater of Shoal Water Bay, Paclflo
County. Washington; timber, spruce and
hemlock; will sell cheap if taken at once.
Address N 81. Oregonlan.
160 ACRES. 1 MILES FROM KALAMA. 25
In cultivation, balance good timber; 6-room
house, barn and outbuildings; soil good'
title clear; $4500. C J. Lee. Kalama.
$15 PER ACRE! HALF CASH. BALANCE
easy terms. 820-acre Morrow County wheat
ranch. In cultivation, good soil, near mar
ket Address W. P. Myers, lone. Or.
30 ACRES LEVEL LAND, FENCED. 12
acres in cultivation, good buildings, $1300;
Yi cash; 2H miles from LaCenter. Owner,
Geo. Holaway, LaCenter, Wash.
$25 PER ACRE HAVE 275 ACRES FINEST
bottom land In the state; close to Portland;
railroad ties and piling will more than pay
for the land. O 9, Oregonlan.
GOVERNMENT LAND OPEN FOR SETTLE
ment; level bottom land, no stone or timber;,
water and soil flrst-cIassL Room 66, Labe
bldg., cor. 2d and "Washington.
$6.50 per acre, 100 acres, near Capo Horn.
Wash., on Washougal River. Inquire 6S5
160 ACRES LEVEL, RICH. IRRIGABLE
land, 7 miles from town; Malheur County;
near river; $3.50 per acre. H 10, Oregonlan.
STOCK FARM; NOTHING BETTER; 915
acres. 600 bottom; fronts Columbia River;
$20 a ares. D 3, Oregonlan.
IMPROVED FARMS AND APPLE .LANDS.
R. L. Cate & Co.. 113 2d sL
90 ACRES. HALF BOTTOM LAND. AD
dress Q 1. Oregonlan.
FOR BENT FABMS.
FOR RENT 100 ACRES ON THE POW
ell's Valler road, near Portland; best berry
and vegetable land; rent may be worked
out the first year. For sale or renL 10
acres, fruit and chicken ranch, a mile
from Vancouver. Apply to S. M. Beard,
120 I ACRES FINE PILING, CONVENIENT,
for $2400; you can make $10,000 handling
this. O. W. Eastham, Oregon City.
CAN LOCATE YOU FIRST-CLASS HOME
steads and timber claims. Central Oregon.
T. M. O'Connell, Prinevllle. Or.
WE HAVE PRACTICALLY THE ONLY
valid forest reserve scrip on tho market
We handle all kinds public land practice.
Collins Land Co., Concord bldg.
APPROVED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP. Tim
bered, farm or grazing land; all sizes, lowest
prices. H. B. Compson, 018 Marquam bldg.
FOREST RESERVE. BANTA FE AND OTH
er guaranteed land scrip on band ready to
locate. Maginnls & Son. 22f Falling bldg.
WANTED HEAL ESTATE.
WE WANT WEST SIDE RESIDENCES, $2000
to $10,000: also business properties, $3000 to
$20,000. Have buyers. L. W. Whiting & Co..
403 Ablngton bldg.
EXCHANGE AN 8-ROOM HOUSE. BABN
and 10 lots, on Mount Scott electric line,
to exchange for 60 or 80 acres good land
on car line, within 8 miles of the city.
Call S09 McKay bldg.
WHAT HAVE YOl? TO TRADE FOR A
nice lot 50x100 feeL E. Sth and Skldmore
sts.; price $175. or $150 cash. For par
ticulars phone Main 1040.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR HOMB
stead, containing 3.000,000 feet timber, In
Columbia County, 8 miles from Pittsburg.
351 EL 8th sL
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE. $300 CHESTNUT SADDLE
gelding, by Alexis, age 7, height 15.1, thor
oughly gentle and broken for man or lady;
usod to cars and automobiles; guaranteed
absolutely Bound. A E. Donovan, veterin
arian. Vancouver Barracks, Wash.
ONE GOOD WORK TEAM, WEIGHT 2400
pounds, harness and wagon; one span of
small horses; express wagon and harness;
cheap. 210 Montgomery; call between Yi
HORSES, WAGONS. HARNESS, ALL
kinds of vehicles bougbL sold and rented.
Hubert &. Hall. 2C4 4th. Phone Main 2208.
CITY BROKE, NICE. GENTLE DRIVING
horse, weight about 1100 pounds. 503 Mar
quam bldg. Main 2219.
15 HORSE6 BY W. E, JACOBS. ONE STAL
llon. 1050 pounds. 134 E. 34th sL Phone
HORSES FOR SALE; DRAFT HORSES AND
medium horses for sale by W. W. Irwin,
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND 2D-HAND
vehicles on coast for sale or hire. 211 Wash.
NEW $400 PIANO. $186; 6 MONTHS' LES
sons free: Fischer $75. 2414 1st. cor Main.
WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH KIMBALL
piano, practically new. L 8, Oregonlan.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
lay; needs no painting cr coating; good over
eld Iron, tin or shingles: best for' new roofs.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND Bil
liard and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modem bar
fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Col
lender, 49 3d st.
FOR SALE WATER POWER, ONE MLB
from Washougal, on north bank of Columbia
River; also good farm. D. H. Gary, Wash
SECOND-HAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
of all kinds at lowest prices, cash or Install
ments. Fisher Music Co.. 130 3d sL
FOR SALE-OHxll WILLAMETTE DONKEY
with cable and rigging. Bonn Lumber Co.,
320 Falling bldg.
GASOLINE LAUNCH. 18 FEET, 2 H. P..
with house and complete equlpmenL 84
HELP WANTED MALE.
SECURE A GOOD POSITION!
In Clerical. Technical or Commercial Line.
We Assist Competent
Office men. Assistant' bookkeepers
Bookkeepers. General office clerks.
Stenographers. Hotel clerks.
Managers. Railroad clerks.
Correspondent clerks, Timekeepers.
Cashiers. Shipping clerks.
Entry clerks. Bill clerks.
General clerical, technical, commercial men.
Apply BUSINESS MEN'S CLEARING HOUSE.
504-505 McKay Bldg.. 102 3d sL. Portland.
BOOKKEEPERS. STENOGRAPHERS AND
salesmen, see us for that position you
want. Some of our many openings will
suit you. Portland Commercial Bureau,
722 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN
(single) to travel and learn, good paying
business, who can leave town Immediately.
Call 10 to 4 P. M.. room 10. 413,$ Wash
ington. WANTED 1000 R. R. MEN, NEW WORK.
100 other Jobs; name your work and we
shave It; also station work. Canadian Em
ployment Co., 240 Burnslde st. Phone Main
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; complete course In 8 weeks; expert In
structions; positions guaranteed; for terms
write Gillman College, 627 Clay, San Fran.
WANTED TWO GOOD SALESMEN AND
collectors; only those able to furnish bond
and willing to .hustle need apply. Call on Mr.
C. B. Allen, manager, 402 Washington sL
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. Coyne Bros. Co., School of
Practical Plumbing. Send for catalogue. Ad
dress 4073-73 Easton a vs.. SL Louis. Mo.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 8 weeks
completes; positions guaranteed; tuition
earned while learning. Write for terms. Mo
lei's Barber College. 644 Clay. San Francisco.
SAWYER, SMALL CIRCULAR MILL. CLOSE
in; railroad rockmen, laborers, trackmen, ?
and $2.25. free fare: many others.
HANSEN'S OFFICE. 26 N. 2D SL
TO SOLICITORS AND AGENTS WE HAVE
absolutely the best offers ever put In the.
field for canvassers. Sunset Magazine. 73S
Mission sL. San Francisco. Col.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING REPRESEN
tatives; commission; Exposition Journal;
other publications. Clyde's Special Agency,
638 Chamber of Commerce.
DO YOU WORK AT PORTLAND WORLD'S
Fair? Amateur actors, singers, musicians;
easy work, big salary. Newman's Theatrical
Circuit. 3316 Morrison.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness; good pay to good men. Call or write
007 McKay bldg.
WANTED QUICK ADVERTISING HUS
tlers; annual club booklet; immediate com
missions. Clyde's Agency, 633 Chamber of
MAN AND WIFE. DAIRY; PLANERMAN.
$2.50, country; bench hand, $3; party to haul
1500 .cords wood. Pioneer Employment, 213
WANTED YOUNG MAN, 17 OR 18 YEARS,
for wholesale house; must write good hand
and be familiar with city. J 10, Oregonlan.
WANTED 1 FIRST-CLASS MARKERS AND
distributers for laundry In Butte; see party
herej wages $18 per week. G 8, Oregonlan..
WANTED YOUNG MAN EXPERIENCED IN
bank work; one capable of handling Individ
ual ledger preferred. Address box 19, city.
LOGGERS. MILT .HANDS. FARMHANDS,
laborers, other work. See us. U. S. Em
ployment Co.. 193 Morrison. Main 1322
TRUSTWORTHY YOUNG MAN FOR BOT
tllng and delivery In liquor store: give ad
dress or phone number. E 10, Oregonlan.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN, WITH
bicycle, to travel. Call 10 to 2 P. M., 437
E. 15th North; Irvlngton car.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTER
er and carpetlayer. Address Buren &
Hamilton, Salem, Or.
EDGERMAN. $3: LUMBER TEAMSTER,
city. $2. U. S. Employment Co., 193 Mor
rison. Main 1322.
BOY WANTED; 12 TO 15 YEARS. LEWIS
and Clark Official Photo Co., C02 Good
WANTED WORKINGMAN WITH MEANS
as partner In paying business. Y 8, Ore
gonlan. ENERGETIC SALESMAN FOR PORTLAND
and vicinity. Address 245 Washington sL
WANTBD-tBOY TO FEED PRESS AND RUN
enands. Independent Printing Co., 243 Ash.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN. CITY. COUN
.try; big wages. 216 Commercial block.
FOUR FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS AT
references reoulred. 232 Stark sL
WANTED 'MARRIED MAN TO WORK ON
ranch. 629 Chamber of Commerce.
Men wanted to leam barber trade. Barber Cot
lege, 741 Howard sL. San Francisco.
YOUNG MAN WANTED FOR KITCHEN. 302
East Morrison, Just across bridge.
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD CLOTHINU
shoes. 50 3d. Phone Hood 1862.
DR. WALKER, 181 1S1-. CURES ALL PRI
vate diseases of men.
WANTED GOOD BLACKSMITH. 234 FRONT.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good cook; references. Call
mornings from 10 to 1 o'clock. 429 Market
st.. near 11th.
PRIVATE CLASS SHORTHAND SPEEDY,
easily read, easily learned; special rate.
Call after 7 evening; suite 20S, Allsky, 3d
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REPRESSN
tatlves in Portland and throughout the state;
we pay good money. Call or write 607 Mo
WANTED COMPETENT WOMAN TO COOK
In mine boarding-house; references must be
furnished. Address W. B. Dennis, Black
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS. WAIT
era, chambermaids, general workers. SL
Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED YOUNG LADY AS CLERK AND
stenographer, afternoons and evenings. Ad
dregg. In own handwriting. W 10, Oregonlan.
GOOD COOK; FAMILY 3; GOOD WAGES.
Call Saturday oc Sunday morning or any
evening after 6 o clock, at 350 Salmon.
WANTED STRICTLY CAPABLE FAMILY
cook, with first-class references; $40. 230
Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
PORTLAND BARBER COLLEGE SPECIAL
Inducements to young ladles to leam bar
ber's trade. 267 Flanders eL
WANTED A GIRL TO DO COOKING AND
general housework in small family. For
particulars call 471 Main.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE
work; must bo good plain cook. 52S Irving,
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR
general housework; 2 In family. L 9, Ore
GIRL WANTED TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work. Call at 719 EC Main; wages $12 mo.
TEN GIRLS FOR STAGE WORK. APPLY
at room 316, Chamber of Commerce bldg.
WANTED A RELIABLE GIRL TO ASSIST
ln housework In small family. 393 11th.
WANTED GIRL TO WORK FOR BOARD;
will pay small wages. 248 N. 20th st
CHAMBERMAID FOR HALF-DAY'S WORK
at the Monaster, cor. 1st and Jefferson.
WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST LN SECOND
work and care of child. 160 23d.
WANTED RESTAURANT WAITRESS" AT
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
CAPABLE WOMEN WANTED.
If you work, why not earn mors than a
Bright, educated, earnest urcmen have &
That mission ehould be to build one's selt
end help others.
Be independent Do good.
The Vlavl Company already employs over
The work covers twenty-three countries of
We' will entertain applications from capabU
Not canvassing, but a helpful, dignified
Apply by mail only.
Address THE VLVVI COMPANY.
Lewis Building. Portland. Or.
WANTED Ladles to leam barber trade: S
weeks completes: tuition earned while learn
ing. Halrdresslng, manicuring and facial
massage In 4 weeks; special terms now. Writs
Moler System College. San Francisco.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAM
Uy; must know how to cook and not be afraid
of work; suitable wages for girl of this klnu.
Call 690 Tillamook St.; take Irvlngton car on
GIRLS IF YOU WANT WORK DON'T FAIL
to see us. Over 1000 positions every month.
Call and register. Canadian Parlors, 2t
Morrison. Main 1323.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; must be good cook; four In
family; no children: good wages. 534, East
Morrison sL, cor. 13th.
WANTED WOMEN TO TAKE WASHING
home. Call 472 Salmon.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS LADY BAR
bers-. P 9. Oregonlan.
WANTED GOOD SKIRT HAND. APPLY
room 217 Allsky bldg.
WANTED LADY TO ASSIST IN TAILORING.
Apply 231 Alder st.
WANTED LADY COOK. 275 BURNSIDE ST.
HELP WANTED MALE OB FEMALE.
COOK. $30 (MAN $35); CANDYMAKER
(retail), waitresses; one Wasco, $4; farm
hand. Drake. 203 Washington.
FIRST-CLASS OPERATOR ON SKIRTS.
Call for Armstrong, dress goods counter.
Meier it Frank's.
SITUATION WANTED TtTAT.-p,
Bookaeebers and Clerks.
WANTED SITUATION AS CASHIER. BOOK
keeper or like position where thorough
knowledge of office work required; can han
dle correspondence, take charge of ofnee;
competent young, sober. B 10, Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. 28, DESIRES POSITION IV
gents' furnishing store; have had 3 years ex
perience. Q 8, Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION BY PRACTICAL
miner to open and develop mining property;
age 38; have had 20 years experience prac
tical mining; 17 years on Pacific Coast 3
years' earlier experience in Cornwall, Eng
land; best of references. D 7, Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. WELL EDUCATED, WITH
general all-round knowledge of electricity.
Including manufacture of storage batteries
desires position, traveling or otherwise; good
references. S 0, Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION WITH PRIVATE FAM
ily as choreman: can take- good care of team
and buggy; wilt work in garden and mlllc
one or two cows; sober, Industrious and re
liable. H 9, Oregonlan.
I WANT WORK: WILLING TO WORK AT
anything; machinist by trade; willing to give
up trade for any other kind of work; office
work or handy man. Phona Mala 3S6S. W.
M., 552 Petty grove st.
YOUNG MAN, WITH REFERENCES. QUICK
at figures, some experience In office and
strictly temperato, wants any position -with
chance of advancement R 9, Oregonlan.
WANTED A POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
single, 24 years of age; best of references
furnished. Address box J, Lawrence. Kan.
WANTED BY SOBER, STEADY MAN. TO
take care horses; good references. J. Stone.
18 YEARS" EXPERIENCE STEAM EN
glneer; can give best of referent eg. 2MS
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS S1TI
tlon. help cook and housework. R 1, Or
YOUNG MAN. NOT AFRAID OF WORK i
wishes a position at anything. Phone.;
A SOBER, RELIABLE WHITH COOK WAS l S
Situation. Address C C. f., 327 1st st.
JAPANESE GOOD COOK WANTS POSITION
ln family. P. O. Box S07.
I WANT A JOB AS COOK. CITY OR COUN
try. Ned Kowa. 45 1st at N.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER. WITH
several years experience, wishes position out
Of city; best of references. O 10, Oregonlan
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER. WITH 4
years experience, desires position, L 7. Ore
gonlan. EXPERT BOOKKEEPER AND STENOORA
pher desires position. F 9, Oregonlan.
NORWEGIAN GIRL WANTS GENERAL
housework in private family; speaks but
little English. 335 Couch sL
BY YOUNG LADY, TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work; no cooking. Box 721. Oregon City, Or.
SWEDISH GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; wages 25. Call 449 Washington st
WOMAN WANTS HOUSEWORK TO DO 31"?
the day. Telephone Scott 2858.
REFINED WOMAN HOUSEKEEPER. GOOD
woman, ahamberwork. experienced nurse
girl, capable housework glrlst, waitresses.
280 YamhllL Phono Black 2S81.
SITUATION WANTED BY VERY COMPB
tent lady as housekeeper: will go In the
country; mus.t be respectable. D 8. Oregonlan.
A MIDDLE-AGED. REFINED WOMAN AS
housekeeper or to do chamberwork. Apply
402 4th st.
NEW YORK DRESSMAKER WISHES
work by day; terras. $3; tailor-made suits
and evening gowns a specialty. Address
Naw York Dressmaker. 150 11th st.
WORK WANTED FOR 5 EXPERIENCED
waitresses, chambermaids, cooks, house
work; laundry, stores; anybody. Drake.
LADY COOK AND DISHWASHER WOULD
like work together In camp; good references.
Inquire room 35, Belmont House, lot anl
YOUNG LADY. STRANGER HERE, WISHES
position as cashier, clerk or'offlce work; good
reference. Address F 10, Oregonlan.
A GOOD CrOK IN AMERICAN FAMILY CR
second wor and laundress. L 10, Owronlaru
PLACE WANTED BY A YOUNG LADY T"
work for board and room. M 10. Oregonlan.
LADY DESntES POSITION AS SIURT POL
isher In laundry- Telephone Union i25-
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS CASH
ler or clerk. R 1, Oregonlan.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED. Phono
BEST MONET-MAKER FOR AGENTS ON
earth. New article, new plan. teusehoTd
necessity; 2.000.000 sold; resells to same pev
ple over and over again; 110,000 sold tn
Minneapolis; agenti make from $10 to $20
dally; our new-selling plan beats- all ethers,
agents- outfit 10c. Domestic Mfg. Co., desk
10. Minneapolis, Minn.
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
lots on commission. In one of the choicest
suburbs of Portland. Address P. O. Box
EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS FOR PHOTOS
and portraits; big money. 801 Dekum bldg.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NBW. GOOD
seller, big wages. 215 Commercial blk
3 GOOD AGENTS FOR PHOTO COUPONS. A i
snap. Rembrandt Studio. Ablngten bWg '
WANTED TO BENT.
WANTED TO RENT SMALL FURNISHED
flat on Washington or Morrison st. wi;i
view to buying later on. Address wtth
particulars, P 10, Oregonlan.. V
WANTED TO RENT 10 OR 12-ROOM
furnished house; would board owners.
Phono Front 211.