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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 190.
H. D, Winters Kept It at His
Side to Frighten Man.
BAD BOYS TO BE PUNISHED
Bccord of a Day in the Municipal
Court, With Petty Offenses
. Passed Upon and Penalties
Ordered by Cameron.
There was no evidence to show that
H. D. Winters, an aged East Side capi
talist, pointed a revolver at James
Parks and therefore Municipal Judge
Cameron was obliged to discharge tne
defendant on that count yesterday
morning, but the court fined him $5 for
failing to obey an order to clean up the
sidewalks around property at Grand
avenue and Davis street, and to keep
the trapdoors closed.
That Parks was chased from the Win
ters' block down to the street and
then frightened into a run by Winters,
who held a revolver in his na"nds, there
was ample evidence to prove, but It
was not shown that the defendant
pointed it at the complainant.
All of the trouble occurred over $9.50
that was due Parks from Winters,
which tho latter disputed and wished
to avoid paying. Parks called upon
Winters for the money, and the "gun
"How big was the gun?" asked Judge
Cameron of Winters.
"Darned If I know how big it was."
replied Winters, and there was a gen
"It looked pretty big to me," com
mented Parks. "I am pretty easily
"I never killed anyone with the re
volver yet," said Winters. "I -act vory
'deliberately. I never get excited, and
when the complaining witness told
Your Honor that I was excited that
da. he was mistaken. I seldom do a
thing and then feel sorry for it. When
Parks kept nagging me, I went to my
bureau d-awer, took out the revolver
and held it down to my side. I knew
what the law was, anJ avoided pointing
it at Parks. I did not tell him I would
kill him. either. When he got down
stairs, he stood on the street bantering
me, and I started down to scare him.
when lie ran."
Judge Cameron then told Winters
that he should be punished for his ac
tions with the revolver, but that the
court could not find him guilty of the
charge of "pointing a revolver at an
other. Winters then explained to Judge
Cameron how difficult it was to keep
trapdoors closed, but the court refused
to accept the explanation, and imposed
a fine of $5. Winters, who seemed to
be a privileged character, remained a
while, still talking his troubles and
interfering with the progress of other
"Brooklyn gang. No. 2." comprised of
Henry Johnson, Manford Kline. Hugo
Helse. Rodney Heacock and Charles
Agnew, appeared in court and through
the "peaching" of Manford Kline, the
whole bunch will receive some sort of
punishment, as they were all shown by
jjIs testimony to have been implicated
in tlck-tacking raids on the home of
Mrs. A. S. Finger, 550 East Eighth
street. Sentences were deferred until
today on those who were within the
jurisdiction of the court, and the three
who werr under 16 -vcrc sent before
Juvenile Judge Frazer.
Implements of warfare offered In ev
idence were a large spike, a small
wrench, a spool and a lot of thread
and twine. These arc the tools of al
leged imps who are really supposed to
nave no license to operate except on
Hallowe'en, but in this instance, the
boys overstepped the limit., and will
have to suffer.
Manford Kline took a great deal of
the blame upon himself, he admitting
that he "threw a -stone into the air."
Like the proverbial arrow that was
6hot into the air, the stone came down,
and evidently defied all the laws of
gravitation by taking a strange course
and passing through Mrs. Finger's
window and finding lodgment in her
Inmates of the City Jail even stole
Paul Piper-s' snoes, and he appeared
in court with but one on. When ho
stepped up to the bench, he was careful
to call Judge Cameron's attention to
the theft, and Jerked the one to prove
to His Honor that it was not the proper
size and to swell the evidence of guilt
on the part of the citys society in
what Is called the jail.
l aon t care anytning about your
shoes," remarked Judge Cameron to
Paul, "I merely want to see that you
get wnat Is coming to you. You seem
to be better off in prison."
"I know, but they stole my shoes,"
persisted Paul, who is a morphine user,
and fidgets and squirms as he talks.
"You go back and serve 30 days, then
we will see about the shoes," said Judge
Cameron, and Paul went.
"Your name Is Peter Foss?" asked
"You were here Saturday and told
to leave town?"
"And you came back?"
"You- know I promised you GO days
If you came back?"
"Then 60 days is what you get."
Hitting the high places without a
license tag attached to his automobile
landed James D. O'Shea in the Mu
nicipal Court. He was arrested by Po
liceman Ole 'iSelson, who successfully
conquered a desperate street-car ban
dit at one time, but who had to try
twice before he could bring O'Shea to
bay. At that. Kelson swore, he was
almost knocked down and crushed by
the "auto" when he attempted to stop
it and bring the driver to headquar
ters. At the request of the defendant, the
case was continued until today and
further evidence will be adduced by
Charles Williams, charged with lar
ceny, entered a plea of guilty and was
sentenced to serve a term of one year
in the County Jail.
Williams has been stealing brass in
Portland for two years, but the de
tective staff were unable to solve the
problem, until Detectives Kerrigan and
Snow stood in danger of losing their
jobs. Facing the crisis they got busy
and brought Williams in with evidence
enough against him to have sent him
to the .penitentiary. ,
As Williams had been a pretty good
stool pigeon ior several years, how
ever, Kerrigan and Snow, with official
consent, let him plead guilty to simple
"I feel that I must Impose the maxi
mum penalty in this case," remarked
Judge Cameron. "At first & felony
charge was placed against this 'man.
but he now pleads guilty to simple lar
ceny. The sentence will be one year
In the Geunty -Jail.
Williams, Immediately after his arrest,
confessed to stealing $500 worth of brass,
which occurred last Friday.
Joe and Fred Menth and G. Denbery
were charged with using obscene and
profane language toward Joe Smith,
Charge d'Affalres In the Witch Hazel
restaurant, and It developed during
the hearing that they have been going
about the city taking interior photo
graphic views of residences.
"You take Interior views of houses,
do you?" asked Deputy City Attorney
Fitzgerald of Fred Menth.
"Yes," replied Month. .
"Well, I want to say to you right
here that you would not take any in
terior view of my house, sir." repllea
Mr. Fitzgerald. "No such a trio would
ever take any i interior view of my
The defendants have beerv. seen late
of nights recently walking about town
and they are suspected of bad pur
poses. They were held until this
morning, at which time the proprietor
of the restaurant will be placed on the
witness stand to tell what he knows,
about them, and to tell about bills fo:
board they owe him.
"Jim" Phillips, genera manager for
the Paris Hotel, was fined $25 for per
mitting disorderly women to enter his
saloon at 48 North Fourth street and
Eric Llnd imbibed too much of the
vintage and forgot to close up his sa
loon at 1 A. M. yesterday, which little
lapse of memory cost him $35. The
extra S10 was Imposed because this
was his second onense since juogc
Cameron took charge.
W03LKX WHO DO NOT WANT
BALLOT GIVE KEASOXS.
Declare They Have Special Privil
eges and Do Not Want Vot
ing Cast Upon Tlicm.
WTmcn opposed to what they torm
the "Imposition of the suffrage upon
women" are to begin a campaign next
month through the newspapers, where
in reasons will be presented why the
ballot should not be entrusted to
women. During February. March,
April and May the anti-suffragists will
spread their propaganda with urticles
prepared and issued through a press
association and intended to educate
the people to the alleged evils or
Among the reasons set forth by the
Oregon state association opposed to
the extension of the suffrage to women
are the allegations that it should not
be extended because it is to be re
garded not as a. privilege to be en
Joyed, hut as a duty to be performed
and women of this state have enjoyed
exemption from this burdensome duty
and no adequate reason has been as
signed for depriving them of that im
munity. The Imposing of suffrage. It
it said, upon the many women who
neither desire it as a privilege nor re
gard it their duty to seek it would fol
low the act of conferring It upon the
women who claim It.
An Improved quality, say the pro
testers. In the vote, rather than an
increase in quantity, is the need of
America. That the household and not
the individual Is the unit of the state
and that the former Is already repre
sented, is the challenge to the women
who clamor for the ballot and It is
denied that the women not represented
at the polls by members of their own
household suffer any practical injus
tice which giving the suffrage will
remedy. Because political equality
"will deprive women of special priv
ileges hitherto accorded her by the
law; because women are fully occu
pied with duties other than political
and it will be better for the community
If they continue to devote their ener
gies to work from which men cannot
relieve them; """and because suffrage
logically involves the holding of pub
lic office, including Jury duty, and of
fice holding is inconsistent with the
duties of most women; these are the
reasons the anti-suffragists will urge
in their campaign.
JOHN DURKIN'S COMPLAINT
Superintendent Jackson Says' He Was
S. D. Jackson, superintendent of the
poor farm, made the following statement
"Regarding an article appearing in to
day's issue of the Oregonlan, headed
'Tells Story of Ill-Treatment,' I desire,
merely In Justice to myself, to say:
"In the first place, neither nationalitv
nor religion cuts any figure whatever at
the County Poor Farm. We treat every
body the same here, and try to do what
Is right by all. Any complaint whicji
John Durkln makes certainly cannot be
based on anything having to do with his
"In the next place. I mav sav that Mrs
Coddingham, while doubtless a Well-
meaning person, knows absolutely nothing
aDout mis anair and is dependent en
tirely on stories told her by Durkln him
self. A little investigation would have
convinced her that she was misdirect
ing her energies.
"As regards old John Durkln himself.
the only feeling I have for him is pity.
He is a vers' old man, not very bright,
has given trouble at every institution
where he has been housed and fed, and
has been led to believe that he can leave
the poor farm whenever hfe chooses, re
turn whenever It suits his inclination and.
in onei, ao exactly as ne pleases. It was
the attempt to discipline him mildly that
led to the trouble.
"He did not ask me for a meal, as he
claims. But when I asked him to assist
In fixing a fence remember that despite
his years he Is strong, and the work re
quired was light he flared up in a rage,
struck me on the head with his cane and
attempted to scratch and bite me. He
has acted in this manner several times,
but never before so violently. I took the
cane away from him. Screaming in his
rage, because he had been asked to do a
bit of work, he kept trying to scratch
and bite me. I found it necessary to set
him down and hold him. without using
any unnecessary violence. As he still
struggled and would not -promise to be
have himself properly, the handcuffs were
placed on him They were removed as
soon as he promised not to attempt vio
"When the handcuffs were taken off he
left the institution of his own accord and
"went to Mrs. Coddingham's home, where
he "related what had occurred, evidently
distorting the facts as much as possible.
This Is all there is to the affair. Investi
gation by anybody who Is really desirous
of ascertaining the facts is courted and
will prove the truth of every assertion
I have made."
Salt Lake Conference.
A. B. Calder, general agent of the pas
senger department of the Canadian Pa
cific with offices at Seattle, spent yes
terday in Portland, leaving last night for
Salt Lake City, where he will represent
the Canadian Pacific at th? convention
to be held under the auspices of the Salt
Lake City Commercial Club,' on January
25 and 36, the object of which is to "en
courage the American tourist to see
America before going abroad. The gath
ering win B&ve tor its motto, see Amer
ica First," asi4. Po-rtlanders who will at
tend will be: Uoveraor George EL Cham-
Fifth and Washington Streets
Booms, $1.64 to $S.M Fcr Day
According to Location.
3. r. DA VIES, President.
St. Charles Hotel
FRONT AND MORRISON STS.f PORTLAND, OR.
European Plan Rooms 75c to $2
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STS.
Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $1 per Day and Up.
European Plan Free Bus.
WRIGHT- DICKINSON HOTEL CO., Props.
berlain and Tom Richardson, manager of
the Commercial Club. I. A. Nadcau. gen
eral agent for the Northern Pacific with
headquarters at Seattle, will represent
the Northern Pacific
Invitations to participate in the conven
tion have been sent to the transcontinen
tal railroads and the Governors of all
the states. Mr. Calder expects the at
tendance will be large.
MITCHELL IS INDICTED.
Missing Bay Cit' Broker Is Accused
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. The grand
Jury today found an indictment against
R. Brent Mitchell, the missing broker,
the charge against him being that of
embezzlement. It is alleged In the in
dictment that Mitchell feloniously mis- "
appropriated 5397 given to him as "brok-
er, agent and trustee," by George T.
Plowman. The document bringing the '
charge against Mitchell, who Is now
supposed to be In Honduras, was filed in
onen court before Sunerior Judge Sloss.
It was presented by R, I. Radtkc. acting
ior Foreman JUiicncu, wno temporarily ,
Foreman Mitchell's action in withdraw
Inc caused some comment, but when
questioned he declared that he merely
BRADLET Jan. 22. 1WKJ. to the wire of Ira
Bradley, a prominent fanner or Forest
Grove, twin boy. the parents or whom are
the best-pleased couple In the world. Dr.
C. I,. Large attending.
CLUCHIE In this city. 101 Harrison St.. Jan
uary 22. 1900. Mrs. Mary Clucble. aged 44
years, beloved wife or August Cluchle and
mother of Sophia, William aad John Ol
iver, of this city. Funeral will take i4s.ee
from Dunning. McBntee & Glibaugh'A
chapel. 7th and Pine .. Wednesday. Jan
uary 24. at 7:45 A. M-. thence to the Cath
edral. 15th and Davis ids., at S A. M.
where mass will be offered. Interment Lone
Fir cemetery. Trends Invited.
WALDMAN In this city. January 21. 1506.
at the family residence, 585 First at-.
MlchaM Waldman. aged 53 years. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend the fu
neral e?rvlces, which will be heW at the
above residence at 2 P. M-. Tutelar. Jan
uary 23. Rabbi R. Abrahamson aad Dr.
W. Wllner will officiate. Interment Ahaval
HA VD EN In thuf city, Jsnuary 21. 1000.
Benjamin Franklin Hayden. aged S years,
8 months and 21 day. Friends and com
rade of the G. A. R. are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services, which
will bft held at Holman's chapel, corner "d
and Salmon sts.. at 1 P. M.. Wednesday.
January 2t. Interment Grand Army cem
etery. GRAHAM At residence. 5.15 Savler St.. Janu
ary 22. Mrs. Ivucy M. Graham, aged
0 yearn. Funeral will taicc place -ruesaay,
January 23. at 1 P. M.. from Dunning. Me- ;
Lnlee & GUtoausn's cnapei. .in inn i inc-
fcts. Interment Lone Fir cemetery, tnenas
spectfully Invited to attend the ranerai ser- ; " . ' "
vices of Louisa J. Bush, which will be held i desire the city editor of The Oregonlan. call
at FIaley"s chapel at 2:30 P. M. today. Main- 7070. Tho operator responds, "Orego
Interment Lone Fir cemetery. ' nlan and Telegram." Thca ask for "City
M'CAULEY The funeral services f Dr. S. j Editor Orrronlan.M
D. McCauley will be held at St. Davld a
Episcopal Church. East Twelfth and Bel
mont utreets. January 23. at 2 P. M. In- 1
terment. Lone Fir Cemetery. J
WALLER In thla city. Jan. 22. lOOfl. Mrs.
M. J. Waller, funeral at Alonmouui, ur..
Jan. 24. in afternoon.
3. T. FIN LEY St SON Funeral directors
and embnlmers. No. 261 3d st.. cor. Mad!on.
Day or night calls promptly attended. Ex
perienced lady adstant when desired. Of
fice of County Coroner. 1'bone Main 0.
DUNNING. M'ENTEE G I LB AUG H. Sue
ceKsors to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and embnlmers: rood era In every detail; 7th j
and line. Phone Mala 430. Lady Utant.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Undertaken, and
embalmcrs. have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Phone No. 507.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 Eat
Alder. Lady assistant. Phone East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO- Undertaker. Em-
b aimers. 273 RuftselL East 10S8. Lady asVt.
TONhETH & CO.. florists. Artistic floral
dcfclcav. 123 6th at. Phone Main 5102.
By taking out & certificate of
deposit with this company you
will secure an income of four per
cent and the safety of your prin
cipal will be beyond question.
By opening a check account
you will receive interest on your
daily balances credited monthly
at the rate of three per cent per
Title Guarantee & Trust Go .
SAVINGS f ANY '
240 WASHINGTON STREET
(Corner Second SL)
OFFICES FOR RENT
66 Sixth street, second floor. Apply to the
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. 240 Washing
ton tU, cor. Second.
Phe&e Clar 2M
Flrst-Clais Chock KMUsnat
Connected With Hotel.
C O. DAVIS, Sec aad Ireu.
Cnrss TBtiUrC& Utm
Cts. L Iitir, Mp.
Yamhill and Third Sts; Phone Main HOT.
The theater that bas made Musical Bur
lewjue popular In Portland.
Tacked Houses This Week to See
W. B. WATSON'S FAMOUS
Two Refined Burlesques the Dainty
"MIm Clover" aad "Bashful Venus."
Wednesday matinee bar train day. 23c to
any feat. Evening prices. 23c, 33c. 30c. 73c.
Sunday and Saturday matinee, 13c. 23c. 33c,
Next Attraction "MINERS AMERICANS"
MILTON W. SEAMAN. Manager.
Second and Last Week of the Most Popular
Charles A. Taylor
rTfB little CM
ArwinJ the Comer3
Every night and
Evening prices. 15.
23. 33. 50e: matinee.
10. 15. 25c Next
f-k, "Hooligan In
Come and lift
The Roberts Four
The Two Drole
The Devoe Brothers
W. II. Hartford
10c fo any seat except boxes.
He? She? or It?
Mr. aad Mrs. Robyns
Oro aad Nelson
De Carlo aad Stoke
Miss Lillian Melbourne
Prices Evenings, Sun
day and Holidays. 10.
2. 30c: mali. 10c to
any seat except boxes.
la,. I - PANIAGES 1 aSTu
THE GREAT WEBER FAMILY.
Pearl and Cassldy.
Meadows and Lahore.
GOLDEN GATE QUARTET.
Araoldo. Leo White.
Moving Pictures. Selected Orchestra.
Matinees each afternoon at 2 --TO; nights at
720 and 0 o'clock. General admission, TEN
cents, with 7 rows at 20 cents.
NEW OREGONIAN 'PHONE.
The Morning OregonlaB and Evening Tele
gram have Installed a private telephone cx
change. Main .0.0. If .anyone desires to
communicate by 'phone with aay department
of Tlie Orrgoruan or Evening Telegram, let
him call Main 7070. The office operator will
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
SL Sale 2 P. M. C L. Ford. Auctioneer.
WENTWORTH To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J.
Wentworth, a daughter. January 22, 1006.
At Gllman's Auction Roome. 413 Washington
street at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman.
At Baker's Auction Home, comer Alder and
Park sts. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Son.
Ur T T tV-ltiM ft ,,.. Try l.tu
block north of 'Washington su.'at 2 P.' M.;
cottage for rent. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
MEETING NOTICES. ,
A. & A. S. RITE. Multno
mah Council of Kadofb. No. I.
Regular meeting this evening at
S o'clock in Memorial Hall.
Scottish Rlttf Cathedral. By
order EM. COMMANDER.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD All Neigh
bors of Portland Camp, No. 107. are requested
to attend the funeral of our deceased Neigh
bor. M. Waldman. to be held this (Tuesday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock, from his late residence.
COa First st. Neighbors of sister camps cor
JAMES DUNBAR. Con. Comm.
HERMAN SCHADE. Clerk.
.HAYDEN The funeral of R.
Hayden will take nlace
Holman's. cor. 3d and Salmon.
Wednesday, 1 o'clock P. M.
Rev. Bandern will officiate.
Will be burled by the comrades
ot tne u. a. R. Mr. Hayden
was a member of Geo. Wright
Post, No. L Comrades, please
attend. Member of Thirteenth
New York Cavalry. By S. J.
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. AO.
A. F. Sc. A. M. Special communica
tion this (Tuesday) afternoon. 1:13
o'clock sharp, Burkhard bldg., to
conduct funeral of Brother S n Vr.
cauiey. ute of Ellensburg. Wash. Funeral
from St- David's Church. East 12th and Mor-
. interment Lone i-lr cemetery. Mem
ber and visiting brethren earnestly requested
to attend. By order W. M.
J. H. RICHMOND, Secretary.
ELLISOX EXCAMPME.XT. Vfl t T ft ft
F. Regular meeting this (Tuesday) evening.
January 23. at 7:20 o'clock.- Oddfellows
Temple, corner First and Alder. Royal pur-
pie utgree. visitors welcome. .
E. E. SHARON. Scribe.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 48,
A. r . dc A. M. special communlca
tlon this (Tuesday) eve.. 7:30 o'clock.
Burkhard bid. Work Fi C degree.
tutor welcome, ny order w. M.
J. IL RICHMOND, Secretary.
ib PiedmeBt. 8 Rooms, Med era.
Fkese East C279
, FRED WESTERDAL, MASSEUR
uraauate &teckho.as. Cures by a new
method. Head, nose, threat and stomach
diseases and rheumatism. 217 Oregowu
eiog. raoae itmMi
I al4u vfm I
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dressed care The. Oregonlan. aad left at this
office, should always be Inclosed la sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required oa such,
The Oregonlan trill aot be. responsible for
errors la advertisements takea through the
OLD GOLD. JEWELR1. BOUGHT. MADS
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones,
loose and mounted; watcher. Jewelry, re
paired. Uncle Mytr. jeweler. 143 3d-Alder.
535-Lots on the Car Line
SQxlOO feet each for $33 is the full pur
chase price, all cash, for lots on the car
line and river.
The Hlbernla Savings Bank has sold,
within the last 40 days 500 out of the 7C0
lots offered for sale, and will continue
to sell until every lot Is sold, irrespective
or their values. These lots are situated on
Main ave.. which Is now being improved.
Title perfect. For particulars inquire
room 205. McKay bldg.. 2d and Stark sts.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance in All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELU
282-3 McKar bide Third aad Stark sts.
House For Sale
At a bargain, on eay terms. Just completed,
tinted walls, grate, porcelain bath. Gas in.
bet and coM water connections made. Best
buy on market. Addrees O 63, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
6 LARGE ROOMS, THOROUGHLY MOD
ern. close enough to walk. Improved streetis
furnace, fireplace, elegant surroundings:
without doubt the best buy In the city;
0-room bouse on Vi block. In best suburb,
modern and new and good buy: $2S00.
S-reom house, new, large corner lot. cost
more than this, but owner must sell: $l!C0.
Good &-room house near Union ave., mod
ern, extra- bargain and won't last 'long;
Nice little 5-room cottage. East Side, full
let and only J If 0O.
WESTERN OREGON TRUST COMPANY,
291 Stark Street.
EAST SIDE- INVESTMENTS.
We have several choice properties close In
on the East Side, ranging In price from
$1SOO to $25,000. that are paying from i
per cent to 12 per cent on the price asked.
ELLIS & KAHLER.
Room 21 Cambridge BWc.
264 Morrison. S. W. Cor. Third Street.
Fine strictly modern G-room house, all
new, bath and everything right up-to-date,
beautiful gas fixtures; street all improved.
The price Is right. Look It up.
What do you think about St. Johns? We
still have several pieces of property there
on which the price Is still right. It will
be worth your time to see us if you are
Interested In the coming city of St. Johns.
Phone Main 6303 317-18 Fenton Bldg.
S4 sixth st
rop. SALE BY THE PORTLAND RKAL Es
tate Co.. 212 Ablngton bldg. Special offer:
Five lot, a first-class 15-room residence,
can be Increased to 20. building cortf. mora
than we ask for the entire property; fine
grounds and shrubbery; flne site, for a
home for "the aged or young ladles semi
nary or sanitarium or private home; lo
cation on East Washington and East Sth
to 0th. Price only $16,000. 212 Ablngton
bldg. C. R. DeBurgh. manager. Phone
ON TO HOVER
UP THE COLUMBIA.
Regular Steamers From Portland.
Cheapest freight rates from the Coast to
inland points. No sand. Heavy soli. Per
petual water right with each tract. Earl
iest products. Largest prices. The Cali
fornia of the Northwest. Write Hover
Land Co.. Hover. Wash.
HERE IS A SNAP.
Nice little 7-room home on Mississippi
ave.. easy walk to business housea and car
shoes. In Alblna; bath, fruit trees, etc;
price only $1300. $300 cash, balance to
suit. This rents for IS and as an Invest
ment cannot be beat. EUIa & Kahler, roosi
21. 2i Morrison st.
HOUSE 10 ROOMS: NEW AND ABSO-
lutely up to date; elegantly finished
throughout: situated on two lots. In best
portion of West Side. Any one desiring an
Al home will do well to Investigate. Phone
owner. Mam 555. or call 109 Sherlock bldg.
YOU CAN BE SUITED WITH A SMALL
suburban home when you learn about those
acre tracts B. S. Cook &. Co. are putting
oh the market; one acre equal to nearly
nine ordinary lots; about the price of. one
lot. Call 231 Alder st.
FOR SALE AT ONCE. FINE SUBURBAN
ranch home. 11 acres. 6 mlleo from the city:
new house and barn; with or without 2
horses, 1 cow. chickens, etc; easy payments.
$4100. Call 302 Falling bldg.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $10 per
month wtib water, a. u. unurcnui & Co..
"Inc.." 110 2d st.
SNAP NEAR 14TH AND COLUMBIA.
Lot EOxlOO for $3000; has old building, pay
ing t per cent; nne sue tor oeautuui nome.
Ellis is. Kahler. room 21, 264 Morrison st.
SEE THIS FOR A LOT.
To build on: near corner 23d and Washing
ton and City paric. 40xi3u; price $2000.
Ellis & Kahler. room 21. 204 Morrison st.
$1KJ0. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS $20
New house, basement, plumbing good a
Hotel Portland: beautifully tinted walls;
Upper Alblna. v by. uregonian.
1 BLOCK. HOLLADAY'S. $1530; LARGE
corner Tot. .-room bouse, new, very modern;
Hawthorne First Addition. $3300; terms.
Culver. 623 Chamber of commerce.
BARGAIN IN WEST SIDE PROPERTY ONE
lot on llth st.. close in ana on 12th st.;
If you are looking for a place to build fiats
eee M. E. Lee. wii etn sc.
$0000 V, -BLOCK. FINE MODERN 1 0-ROOM
residence built on corner; streets Improved,
on car. Wfrt side. 14 diocks 3d and wash
lngton. US Ablngton bldr.
Si 000 WILL BUY -4-ROOM COTTAGE. PAN
try and porch, nearly new, with full lot.
fenced; 1& blocka from car line, Hatfield
Sc. Smith. 1C5H th st,
FOR SALE NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE. FULL
cement basement, good plumbing, nice lo
cation. $1050; easy terms. O. M. Smith,
730 Cham. Commerce.
3-ACRB TRACTS. CAR LINE. LEVEL,
cleared, fenced, on county road. 6 miles to
city, for sale by owner; $730 to $1000 each.
Phone East 4207.
FRACTIOVAL LOT. 100 FEET. WASHING
ton St.. lease $600 yearj price $3500. F. O.
North rup Sc. Co.. 211 Commercial block. 2d
FOR SALE ACRE AT MT. TABOR. WITH
new 4-roora cottage: water oa premises;
pric $1210- Inqulrs SSI East Morrison or
phese East 2S7.
5-ROOM COTTAGE. PLUMBING FIRST
clasn. bath, a basement; 5 minutes walk
from City Hall; $1300. Pallayson. 109 '2d
sL. top floor.
5-ROOM HOUSE ON CAR. IMPROVED
street, walking distance. 11 per cent net
on $1700. F. O. North rup &. Co., 211 Com
CHEAP FOR CASH. MODERN S-ROOM
houe. bam. Mreetx Improved, sewer, gas.
fruit and shrubbery; grounds 100x100. Phone
NEW, MODERN S-ROOM HOUSBt, CORNER
lot, one block to car line; $3000, easy pay
menu. Hatfield & Smith. 1634 4 th st.
SELLWOOD LOTS. $.00 DOWN AND U.M
a month; frees $71.09 to $360.09. Sellwaed
Towaatta Co, Fhoee Kaot -1704.
TWO LOTS. 100x109 FEET. H BLOCK FROM
car line, la City View Park; $999. HatAeld
Sc. Smith. 19S4 4th at.
FOR SALE BARGAIN DaeiRABLB BUILD
lag location. 199x190; Bt Sth and Frtscott.
Owner, S 54. Orgol-,
FOR SALE XEAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
9 -room house, best location In West Irv
Ington: modern In every way; furnace, hot
and cold water all through; gas and elec
tric lights; full ,-block, all cement side
S-room modern house. Irving ton; noth
ing lacking for one of the swellest homes
on the East Side: U -block beautiful lawn.
Call for particulars.
G-room. good, new, elegant house. Holla,
day Park; full lot. cement walks; this Is a
good buy; only $3G00.
8-roorn modern home. Holladay Park:
right up to date; nice lot; an awful good
buy at $3350.
7- room house, one of the best-built
houses In Holladay Park; fult lot. beauti
ful lawn and flowers; nice location; here,
without the slightest doubt. Is one of the
best places In every way In this locality;
Price only $3000.
5- room house. Hawthorne Park, on E.
Madison St.. and right up to date in every
waj; only $4200.
8- room house in Holladay's Addition,
near 1st sL; easy walking distance; very
fine lot. cement walks, -porcelain bath; all
In good shape; price. $3750.
6- roora house on Rodney ave-: good
modern Colonial house, good basement; all
Improvements In; price $2200.
4 rooms. Laurel wood Park; good little
3-room cottage, well-built, modern little
home; best part Sunnyside. near Belmont;
nice yard, flowers; $1000.
6-room house. Williams ave.. corner lot;
good buy at $2500.
8-room house. McMUIen's Addition, best
part: fine view, nice lot. cement walks;
everything up-to-date; price $4700.
8-room house, best buy on the market
today, walking distance from city. good,
well-built house, good surroundings. I
sold It once for $4500: sell today tor $3000;
any- old terms to suit.
0-room house on Monroe st.. near Will
iams; modern in every way. This Is surely
a snap; cement basement, hot and cold
water; only $2500.
Lot on E. Washington st.. near 20th;
look at this; price- $S50.
U -block on 11th sU near Harrison. $4300
Lots In Highland, near car line. Here
Is surely a great bargain: only $325 each.
73x100 on Hancock St.. Upper Alblna.
This a snap. $650.
4 lots In Alblna Homestead, alt streets
improved; lay fine and In good location:
only $300 each.
U -block on Tillamook st.; swell part;
only $1650, or will sell corner for $000.
We have three 5-acre tracts near Lents.
Soil flrat-class. lay nice, practically cleared.
The very best buy In that locality; $750
each. Terms can be had.
We' have acre tracts on Woodstock car
line; beautiful tract, all Improved: will
sell to suit. For prices and terms call at
TAFT & CO.,
275 Stark st.. Chamber of Commerce.
One of the best propositions In Its lino
of any In the state: 12 acres of very fine
fruit or vegetable land, on which there are
3 acrea of strawberries, 240 prune trees. 6t
apples. Id cherries and 10 pears; a good tl
room house, barn 20x30 and other outbuild
ings, windmill and tank, water piped to
house and barn; 2 miles from city limits;
the price Is right; come and see us.
INVESTORS. WAKE UP!
This Is the greatest opportunity ever pre
sented to you. There are thousands of dol
lars to be made in ST. JOHNS property. We
have somo of the best bargains In that city
and It will pay you to see us before buying.
Phone Main a03. 317-1S Fenton bldgr
S4 Sixth Street,
AN ELEGANT HOME. LARGE GROUNDS.
almost new. nightly. Mt. Tabor, for $1600.
Phone East 4207.
$1700 GOOD S-ROOM HOUSE. EAST SIDE.
Income $216. - Owner, 603 E. Washing
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE AVANT A SMALL PLACE FEW ACRES.
Improved. 'West Side river, convenient dis
tance from Portland. Whiting & Rountree,
410 Ablngton bldg.
HAVE YOU PORTLAND REAL ESTATE
for sale? e want It; buyers waiting. P
IOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN-
teed, mineral lands, titled, public land prac
tice. We buy military bounty and war
rants. Collins Land Co.. Stearns bldr.
320 ACRES FINE TIMBER. ESTIMATE
S, 000,000 feet, near Portland, for city prop
erty. J 5S. Oreronlan.
TO EXCHANGE GOOD TIMBER LAND IN
a fin a location for merchandise. Whitney
Bros.. Irving. Or.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
SELECTIONS FURNISHED FOR ALL
classes of U. S. Government and state lands;
also- best bargains In deeded lands of all
clamcs and In any quantity at lowest prices.
' Write W. T. Burney, 17 Wash, bldg., city.
200 ACRES SAW TIMBER AND PILING ON
Cowlltz River: skid road to river; bunk
house, barn: for $3000; terma. Phone East
$S PER ACRE 320 ACRES FINE TIMBER.
near Portland; estimate H.OUO.OOO feet, K.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
$150 BUYS TEAM. WAGON AND HARNESS,
team consists pair bay maret. sound, weight
1100 pounds each: harness la new. wagon in
good running order. Call quick. 23 N. 14th.
HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR RENT BY
day. week and month: special rates to busi
ness houses. 6th and Hawthorne. Tel. East 72
HORSES and vehicles bough', sold, rented or
exchanged. 211 Washington. Pacific 507.
HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE, RENT
or exchange. Hubert & Hall. 206 Fourlb,
PIANOS FOR LESS THAN HALF PRICE,
cash or In payments; must sell. 10 Wash
PIANO AT A SACRIFICE PARTIES LEAV
Ing city; for less than half price, 10 Wash
UPRIGHT PIANO. ALMOST NEW; MUST
sell for $150 cash. 05 llth, cor. Stark.
EDISON PHONOGRAPH AND RECORDS
at factory prices, delivered free anywhere
on receipt of full amount of retail price:
largest stock of Edison records west of
Rockies. Send for circulars. Peter Bad
galupl. wholesale aad retail. 783 Mission
tt. San Francisco.
30 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED SEWING MA-
chtnes at very low prices; Singer. Wheeler
Si Wilson, Domestic. White. Household. Da.
vis and others, to make room for new:
stock Wheeler & Wilson and Singers. S. S.
Slgel. 333 Morrison st,. Marquam bldg.
WANTED TO SELL PAPER BAG HOLD-
era to users of same, a sure success: parties
desirous of seeing one write W. S. Harmon.
Arleta. Or.; he will take one to your place
of business for Inspection.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy pay menu: wa
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick
Balke-Collender. 49 3d at.
MUSICIAN'S BAND BLOUSE. "NEW SIZE
37. dark blue, trimmed with braid, for sale
cheap. Phone East 4S17. or call 87 E. 9th.
WE HAV3 ALL KINDS OF NEW AND
second-hand machines and will give spe
cial bargains thla week. Standard Sewing
Machine Co., 2S9 xasanui su
WOLFF-AMERICAN BICYCLES. CLOSING
out; $40 bicycles at $23; $55 racers. $30
for cash: 130 rims. 50c on the dollar. S. S.
Slgel. 333 Morrison sr.
CHOICE YELLOW NEWTON PIPPIN AND
Spltzenberg- apple trees. Address Mllwauklo
Nurseries, xuwauue. ur.; sena ior prices.
notTBLE CYLINDSR TOURING CAR. 'RUN
hlng order: good tires; cost $1350; must sell:
$473 cash, owner, a m, uregonian.
SHOWCASES. COUNTERS. TABLES. STORH
fixtures bought, soil or excaaagea. western
Salvage Ca., 927 wasaiagien ac
FOR SALE 99 FEET 8-INCH STANDARD
pipe at half of new price. M. Barde t
Son. oin aaa uiisaa.
Typewriters, all makes, av. east; rubber stamp
goods, derks. etc Coast Agency Co.. 231 Stark
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINBL 324 CHAM
ber of Commerce, or pfcoee Mala 239.
ALMOST NEW $fid SEWING MACHINE FOR
sale at 296 3d at,; cheap.
LAUNCH FOR SALE. O. P. GRAHAM'S
boatyard. 47 H. nater at.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED SHOSMAKBR. GOOD HAND ON
repair. 339 wasMsgieB at- r
HELP WANTED MLALE.
ALL DISSASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured la from
3 to 5- days; consultation free aad strictly
confidential: seed for our symptom bUak.
X-Radluaa Medical Institute. 3d and Alder
sts.. entrance 253 Alder sc. Portland.
SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS
ana naotts to represent nnn; ot ia years'
experience In Washington; references re
quired. Call 1 to 3 P. M., room 10, 413 j
Men. women, learn watchmaking, engraving.
Jeweler wcrk, optics. Easy terms, positions
guaranteed; money made learning. Watchmaking-Engraving
School. P. L bldg.. Seaiile.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN THE BAR
Pr trade: eight weeks required; only re
liable colleges in the world: free rare to
students. Moler System College, 215 Oc
cidental ave.. Seattle. Wash.
INSTRUCTION IN THE CARE. REPAIR
and driving of automobiles, at Y. M. C
A. night school. Course begins Tuesday,
January 23. $23 for complete course.
INTELLIGENT, ENERGETIC MAN. BE
tween 25 and 33. with previous business ex
perience. Give names and addresses of ref
erences. H 63, Oregonlan.
TUTOR WANTED YOUNG MAN. COLLEGE
graduate preferred, to help youth of 18.
backward In Latin and mathematics Ad
dress W 52. Oregonlan.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. EXPERIENC
ed and otherwise, for established publica
tions; liberal Inducements. Clyde-King, 63S
HERE'S A CHANCE TO GET INTO A CASH
business that will pay you $1S to $25 every
week: $230 required; duties easily learned.
Call 24Sfe Stark st.
LUCRATIVE POSITION TO AN EXPERI
enced fraternal solicitor; splendid opening
for the right man. Royal Achates, Omaha.
HELP WANTED MALE PERSONS EVERY
where to distribute samples. $20 weekly and
expenses. Manager, 4 Wells st.. Chicago,
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE; WAGE3
while learning; position after 8 weeks. GUI
man's Barber College. 627 Clay. San Fran.
BLACKSMITH AND TOOL SHARPENER. NO
shoeing. $3; small construction camp black-
smim. jO ana ooara. Hansen. 28 N. 2d.
Any intelligent person may earn good incoma
corresponding for newspapers: experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate. Lock port. N. Y.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED A MAN WHO HAS HAD SOME
experience as railroad tralnhand to work
on logging road. R 60, Oregonlan.
WANTED BLACKSMITH TO DO GENERAL
repair work; good horfieshoer In particular.
Apply at Montavllla Livery barn.
WANTED EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH
er. Address, stating age, experience and
reference. Q 60, Oregonlan.
WANTED FIR3T-CLASS SALESMEN IN
Portland and throughout state; big -wages to
rustlers. 206 McKay bldg.
10 BOLTCUTTERS WANTED. APPLY
Western Cooperage Co.. room 306 Stearns
bldg.. 6th and Morrison.
ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN AS TRAVELING
salesman; references necessary. Call 2 to
4 P. M.. Imperial Hotel.
UNION HOTEL FOR ROOM AND BOARD:
rooms $1 ; board. $3.50 per week. SL N. 6th
tit. J. Anderson. Prop.
MAN TO CARE FOR COW. HORSES. GAR
den. etc. Call 406 Commercial block, be
tween 12 and 1.
WANTED A GOOD. BRIGHT. ENERGETIC
man as city nalesman. Apply Krledt Print
ing Co.. 104 1st.
FIRST-CLASS BROILER AND LUNCH MAN.
Address G. M, Campbell, 320 James Bt., Se
WANTED KITCHEN HELPER AND
cleaner, white or Japanese, at Morris. 223
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; some money required. 260 1st,
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES,
highest price paid. 50 3d. Phone Pacific 40.
Salesmen for Christy Hoe Safety Razor: bo
nanza, side line. 303 Stearns bldg.. 4 to 5.
COATMAKERS WANTED AT ONCE. Co
lumbia Woolen Mills, cor. 7th and Stark.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MACHINE MIN
er and tool-sharpener. B 66, Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO. LEARN BAR
ber trade. O 53, Oregonlan. -'
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED COMPETENT YOUNG WOMEN.
over 20 years ot age. to study nursing at
the Training School for Nurses of the Ho
qulam General Hospital. For further Infor
mation address W. B. Wells, secretary. Ho
WANTED LADY, UNINCUMBERED. TO
nil permanent position; salary per
week; references required. Address Mrs.
B. L. Howard, general delivery, city.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY X-
Radlum Medical Institute and Sanitarium.
3d and Alder; entrance 253 Alder st,, Port
land. WANTED FIRST-CLAS3 LADY RBPRB-
sentattves In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED LADY WITH EXPERIENCE AND
reference, with good home to care ior oaoe
10 months. 230ft Yamhill. Phone Main 0413.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. WAITERS.
cooks, chambermaids, general worKers. o.
Louis Agency. 2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
TAILOR ESS WANTED TO HELP ON COATS:
experienced buttonhole worker. coiumDia.
Woolen Mills, cor. 7th and Stark.
WANT A LADY PARTNER FOR A 5ANI-
tary butter and egg business: $625 rcquirea,
big profits. Call 248ft Stark st.
WANTEDV-NBAT WOMAN UNDER 40 AS
housekeeper, widower; another, town. 230ft
Yamhill. Phone Main 0413.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343ft Washington Bt, cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phona Main 2602.
PIONEER LADIES AGENCY.
215 Morrison St,
Phone" Main 2273.
CONSCIENTIOUS. WIDE-AWAKE WOMAN
to take responsible position with Vlavl Co.
Apply Room 23. Lewis bldg.
GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSEWORK,
care cnuaren. lorenoon. o-to .ucnuu.
head Johnson, Main 4136.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GBN-
erai nousewor. - -
3642. Apply mornings.
POSITION BY COMPETENT CHAMBER-TJT-1
. A.t-i.loaa hntrt- Vio other need an-
D1IUU 111 414 -j , -M-
ply. J 63. Oregonlan.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework. 3 adults In family. Call
momong, 414 Stark.
WANTED TWO YOUNG LADIES FOR
first-class aramauc company. vaaress j
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housewonc; gooa wages. Appiy oa
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL. REFBR
ences required; no other need apply. 344
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER. SMALL FAM
Ily. 200 2d st. Standard Coffee & Spies
WANTED CREAM DIPPER. APPLY PA
clflc Coast Biscuit Co., 12th and Davis st.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, FAMILY OF
two. 447 West Park st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED DRAMATIC PEOPLE, VAUDE
vllle acts, singers, musicians; good salary,
Newman's Theatrical Circuit, I45ft 6th.
Dramatic art, stage dancing, sketches
ENERGETIC. CAPABLE MAN OR WOMAN
to work In Portland and throughout stats;
salary. Call between 1 and 5:30, evenings
S-0, Hotel .Antlers, room 44.
WANTED LADIES. OR GENTLEMEN TO
repreeeat Targe biMtnees firm; good salary.
Address L 58. Oregonlan.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED SALARY AND
commteston. Call 489 9th St., room 11, be
tween 2 and 4.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
SITUATION BY EXFSRXBNCBO SALESMAN
or as a-afetant bookkeeper. Mlilng er ship
ping clerk. D 99, OroftmiaR.
POSITION BY EXPERIENCED BOOKKKBP
er ad s4eegraper; strictly up to date. V