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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 190G.
IB TO Ei LIFE
Prisoner Cuts His Wrist With
Pair of Scissors,
WIFE HAD FAILED TO CALL
Douglas Stowe, Colored, Grows De
spondent Because She Did Not
Appear at Jail and Attempts
to Commit Suicide.
Because his wife did not visit him in
his cell in the County Jail yesterday,
Douglas Stowe, colored, grow despondent
end attempted to ta'ko his life by cutting
the veins in his left arm with a pair of
scissors. He inflicted a severe wound,
which bled profusely, but surgical assist
ance was at once summoned and the flow
6topped In tlmo to save his life.
Stowe was arrested on December 21 on
a charge of threatening to kill a colored
woman at 545 First street. Since Decem
ber 26 ho has been confined in the County
Jail, in lieu of $750 bonds, awaiting trial.
Twice each week the prisoners In the
Icounty Jail are allowed to see their
friends, and Stowe always waited eagerly
ifor visiting days, hoping his wife would
call. Twice she had come to visit him
since his incarceration, but yesterday she
failed to come. Stowe concluded that she
was not faithful to him. and attempted to
commit suicide after he had written a
note chiding his wife for her negligence
and affirming his innocence of the crime
tor which he was arrested.
Telephone From Wife.
Just after Stowo had slashed himself in
the arm with the scissors and was being
.toorae to a comfortable bed by the at
tendants a telephone call came from his
wife. She had been unable to come to the
(jail, but wanted to know If her husband
was In need of tobacco, or If there was
anything else that she could do for him.
, 'The attempt at suicide took place about
C o'clock in the afternoon, when most
of the prisoners were given the freedom
of the long corridor. The Chinese, Jew
Cun, who Is confined on a charge of mur
der, was the first to give the alarm.
Groans were heard from Stowe's cell, and
it was found that he had made use of a
pair of scissors which are given to the
prisoners for hair-cutting, to inflict the
wound. Th County Physician could not
be found, so Dr. Bristol and Dr. Gillette
were summoned. Stowe was very weak
from loss of blood, but the physicians
stated that he would recover unless
blood-poisoning sets in.
Inciter to His Wife.
The following Is the letter which Stowe
left for his wife:
"This is visiting day. and I have looked
forward to it as a day that the only one
that I love, my wife, "would come and
see me. but she has treated me worse
than she would her little dog. "Well. I am
hero under a charge I am Innocent of.
"When a person draws a gun on a man
lie has a right. I believe, to protect him
self the best way he can, but when peo
ple want to get a man out of the way
they will tell all kinds of lies and swear
to them. I have been here one month,
the 26th, and my wife has been to see
me twice, the only one I have trusted to
do anything for me, so I hope 1 may end
all my expectations of worrying her any
POLITICS AND THE MM
1QTJESTIOX OF INDORSING HIGH
SCHOOL 3IEX AS CANDIDATES.
It Will Come Up at Next Meeting
of Association for a
Shall state, county and city politics play
a. part in the policy of the Portland High
School Alumni Association? This ques
tlon will in all probability come up for
definite and final settlement when the
organization holds its next meeting. Fri
day evening. Several members of the
alumnae are candidates for political posi
tions, and a movement 1b on foot to give
their candidacy the benefit of the remain
der of the alumni in the form of an ex
It was rumored that resolutions, indors
ing High School men for office, would
be introduced at the last meeting of the
association, but the session passed with
out any action being taken. In fact.
the matter was not brought up at all, but
a great deal of discussion on the sub
ject took plac, both before and after the
session, and It Is understood that those
"who are in favor of the action will be
out in force Friday night.
It seems very doubtful, however, if any
resolutions of this character will be able
to control a majority vote. The sent!
anent that the association should steer
clear of politics Is freely expressed by
anany of the leading members, who see
much trouble ahead If the organization
should seek to play a part In electing can
didates for public office. The alumni as
sociation was organized, they assert, prl
Tnarily as a social body to keep alive the
friendships of school days and bring the
members Into friendly relations. If pol
itlcs once got a foothold, they say. there
is no telling where It would stop, and the
ultimate result would probably be to
create factions and cause discord.
Many of those who are opposed to glv
Jng any formal Indorsement of political
candidates are most heartily in favor of
the election of the high school alumni
who are known to be up for nomination
in the primaries. They intend to support
them personally in every way possible,
but believe that the matter should, be left
entirely to individual choice, and not pro
mulgated as a movement of the aseocla
"It is just like this." said a prominent
high school alumnus; "If we start to In
dorslng candidates simply because they
belong to our organization, every one. who
is up for office will expect recognition
from us, if he is- a high school alumnus.
"We cannot afford to begin a programme
like that. Among our alumni are Included
men of every political party Republicans,
Democrats, Socialists and even Prohlbl
tlonlsts. If two high school men came
up for the same office on separate tickets.
which one would we Indorse? No matter
how wisely we should manage It, hard
feelings? would be sure to result.
Charles Rybke, the retiring president of
the association. Is of the opinion that It
would be best to keep the alumni out of
politics. Of - course. It would be all
right if we could indorse one or two high
school men and stop with that. But we
could not very well do that, so it would
be better to keep the subject out alto
"I cannot Imagine who started this plan
to indorse the high-school candidates for
political offices," said Otto Kraemer. "It
would not do at all. and I think the plan
would best be abandoned. If it is brought
up at the next meeting, and I understand
it will be, I think it will certainly be de
Jay Upton, one of the former presi
Aats of the -body, is -one- of the leading
oDDonents of the movement "I am per
sonally in favor of the election of eeveral
of the high-school men who trill come up
for office and shall work for them per
sonally, but I would not think it good
policy for the alumni to act in the mat
ter." There are several thousand prominent
old students and alumni of the high
school and a formal Indorsement from the
association would be quite a pull for any
candidate. Only about 300 arc active
members of the association, but If a reso
lution were passed many of those outside
the organization would naturally be in
fluenced by it.
REV. C. D. GRAY DIES
Veteran Methodist Circuit-Rider
Rev. Charles D. Gray, a veteran Metho
dist preacher, died very suddenly Monday
night at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
Robert Funston. 63 Gllham avenue. Mount
Tabor. The cause of his death was neu
ralgia of the heart, and the attack re
sulting In death came without the slight
est warning. During the day and In the
evening Rev. Mr. Gray was In his usual
good health, and was In excellent spirits
until about 10 o'clock, when he was at
tacked with a severe pain In his left
breast. A physician was called, but noth
ing could bo done for him. Dr. Gray was
an old-time Methodist preacher and clr-
Iter. Charles E. Gray.
cult rider, and belonged to the te that
has passed away. He was born 79 years
ago in Pennsylvania, and moved to low
with his parents when 17 yoars oW. He
entered the mlntstry when 17. and was
ordained when IS years old. He rode th
circuit In Iowa when his appointments
were 20 and 30 miles apart, and when that
state was as much a wilderness as Ore
gon was in 1S30. He retired from active
work because of his advanced age. and
came to Oregon six years ago, ami has
lived with his daughter at Mount Tabor
ever since. Occasionally he has preached
In different churches. He Is survived by
three daughters Mrs. Man.' B. Flkes. of
Arizona; Mrs. Addle Geddls. Kansas; Mrs.
Fred Funston. Mount Tabor. Or. There
are IS grandchildren and four great-grand
children. Rev. Mr. Gray was a brother-
in-law of the late Dr. S. D. McCautey.
whose funeral was held yesterday. The
funeral of Rev. Mr. Gray will take place
at 2 P. M. from the Mount Tabor Metho
DAILY M ETEOl t O IX)G I CAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 23. Maximum tempera-
ture. 50 dep.; minimum. 50. River reading
at S A. M.. 5.H fret, chance In pant 24 Hour.
rise, u.s oi a iot. Total precipitation. 5
M. to .' V M . O.Xit of an Inch: laial
since September 1. i:0S. 21.77 Inches; nor
mal, 24.74 Inches; deficiency. 2.87 inched .
Total sunshine January 22. 1!00. neAe: o-
slble. Si hour and 18 minute.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
J30( T I 4 UC
. J42'O.X2; 4'NW
. StiW.lfc! 4SE
. '32 '0.121 O N
..100:0.121 4 SB
. .'54 '0.01 1 10 NW
. ,as'0.00i 4 NW
.. 'GOj T I10 NW
. .5SV.1'14 'S
. I5RO.S4 12 S
Sacramento. . . .
Salt Lake City.
The North Pacific storm han lout enercv.
but still controls the weather In this dinrlet.
The following maximum wind velocity oc
curred today at North Head. 00 miles south.
The wires to Tatoosh Island are down asd
no report has been received from that Ma
tlon since Sunday. Light rain has fallen In
Oregon. Northern California. Nevada. Wash
ington ana. western i tan. and the tempera
tures 'continue mild in all the ILnclflc States.
The Indications ar for rain Wodnenlav In
Western Oregon and Western Washlnetoa.
ana tor rain or snow in the eastern portions
oi tnese states ana Idaho. The tempera
tures will fall slightly.
forecasts made at Portland for the 2S
nours enaing at midnight. January 24:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain.
Cooler. Southerly winds
estem Oregon and Western Washington
Rain. Cooler In Interior. Southerly winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
louno nm or snow ana cooler
EDWARD A. BEALS. District Forecaster
WENTWORTH To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J.
emwortn. a aaugnter. January 22. lIKKi.
A R A r A V 1 Ttin. U'nUi... -I
22. RVtfS. Mary E. Hammond CasaVlay. wife
of N. L. Casaday. Notice of funeral will be
HAYDBN In this city, January 21. 100C.
Benjamin Franklin Hayden. aged 08 years,
8 months and 21 days. Friends and com
rade of the G. A. R. are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at Holman's chapel, corner 3d
and Salmon sts.. at 1 P. M.. Wednesday,
January 24. Interment Grand Army cem
etery. BELLING In this city. January 21. lOtW. Ole
M. Relllng. aged 43 years. Friends are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral ser-"
vices, which will be held at Hohnan'rt
chapel, corner 3d and Salmon at 2 P,
M. today. Wednesday. January 21. Inter
ment Rlvervlew Cemetery.
CADY At Beaverton. dr.. January 22. ltKiO,
Miles D. Cady. aged 37 years, 10 months
and 4 days. Funeral services at lato resi
dence. 10:30. today, January 24. Interment
Lone Fir cemetery, 2:15 P. M.
YOUNG The funeral service of William E.
Young will be held at Ftnleys chapel nt 2
P. M. today. Friends Invited. Interment
J. P. FINLEY SON run era I directors
and embalmers. No. 201 3d cor. Madison.
Day or night calls promptly attended. Ex
perienced lady assistant when desired. Of
fice, of County Coroner. Phone Main 8.
DUNNING, M'ENTEE & GILBAUGII. Suc
cessors to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and embalm en; modern la every detail; 7th
and Pine. Phone Main 438. Lady assistant.
EDWARD IIOLMAN CO., Undertakers nnd
embalm ers. have moved to their sew bulld
1b g. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Phase No. 67.
F. S. "DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. PfaOBe East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO., Undertakers. Em
halaers. 273 Russell. East 1668. Lady asc't.
TONSETH. CO- fiorkts. Artistic tend
desyfW. 123 6th. st. These Main
2 - o n
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We are making special January
prices on a fine lot of medium
priced Oriental Rugs, including:
FERAGHANS . BOKHARAS
S H I R V AN S KABISTANS
And Many Other Well-known Weaves
These rugs are marked down to "the
lowest possible prices, and this sale
offers rug-lovers an unequalled oppor
tunity to buy good rugs at a bargain
EXCLUSIVE CARPET HOUSE
J. G. MACK & CO.
86-88 Third Street
PHIL UETSCIIAX, Pres.
Seventh nnd WaahliiftOB
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
Br J X. WINkw. at salesroom. IS First
st, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson. Auctioneer.
At residence. No. 527 Kearney at 10
o'clock A. 3A. S. I.. N. Gllman. Auctioneer.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. NO. S4.
O. E. S. Stated eommMtctlot tM
fWednesday) evening. 8 o'clock. De
grees. By order W. M.
KATE M. STEADMAN. Sec.
ORIENT LODGE. NO. 17. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening in
Orient Hall. East Portland. First degree.
W. A. WHEKLBR. Secretary-
RAILROAD BMPLOYES PURCHASING
AAOCIATION Annual meeting thin OVedues-
day) evening at IVrktnn' Hotel at 7: o'clock.
Full attendance desired.
W, S. WEEKS. Secretary.
WASHINGTON COUNCIL. NO. X,
It. at . 31. &iaie aseHMy w
(tt'edneedflj) eve.. 7UW o'clock. Ma
sonic Hall. Itarkhard Mac.. Bast
Kid. Ylwitlnr Comoanioas invited.
By order Th. 111. M.
C. M. imasY. itecoroer.
"Rooms" "Rooms nnd Board." "House
keeping Room," "Situations Wanted," 13
words or le. 13 cents; 1C to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc. No dis
count for additional intertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER, HEADS, except
Nev Today." 30 cents for 13 words or less;
10 to 20 words. -10 cents; 21 to 25 words. 30
cents, etc. first insertion. Each additional
Insertion, one-half; so farther discount un
der one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). 13
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 cents per
line for each additional lnhcrtlon.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care Tlie Oregonian. nnd left, at this
office, should always be lncloed In sealed
envelopes. No tamp Is required on such
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
riror In advertisements taken through the
! PLACE j
Located two blocks north o
Portsmouth Station, on St.
Johns car line, and just south
of Maesly Junction. Depot
grounds have been secured at
College Place by N. P. and G.
X. Railroads, which will be the
main station for all the Penin
sula. To all men and women who
wish to buy lots where they are
sure to advance, in value in the
near future, now is the golden
opportunity, as lots in College
Place are as sure to advance ui
price as the sun rises in the
Prices range from G to $10
per front foot. Terms to suit
purchaser. Call, write or phone
: A. H. MAEGLY :
210 Fourth Street. I
X (Near Courthouse.)
$35-Lots on the Car Line
50x100 feet each for $33 is tho full pur
chase price, all cash, for lots on tho car
line and river. v
The Hlbernla Savings Bank has sold,
tvithln the last 40. days 500 out of the 700
lots offered for sale, and will continue
to sell ontll every lot Is sold. Irrespective
of their values. These lots are situated on
Main ave.. tvhlch Is now belns improved.
Title perfect- For particulars Inquire
room 303. McKay bide 3d and Stark sts.
OFFICES FOR RENT
00 Sixth treet. second floor. Apply to the
Title Guarantee &. Trutt Co., 240 Washing
ton et.. cor. Second.
36 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN
under superior management; exceptional ad
vantages. Fall Tear ArewncT the World; An
nual Oriental CrnUe In February, rroexam
V. Frfe. VBAXK f f T. AT V oc T"w- i-
J JfEW YORK.
C W. KXOWXES, Met.
Streets, Portland, Orecoa.
$1.00, 1.50, $2.00 per Day.
Cii. L Bikir, 'ip.
Yamhill ami Third Sts. Phone ilaln 1J07.
The thrater that has made Musical Bur
lesque popular In Portland.
Packed Houses This Week to See
W. B. WATSON'S FAMOUS
Two Renned Burlesques the Dainty
"MU Clover" and "Bashful Yenu.
BARGAIN MATINEE TODAY. 2:15 Z3c TO
Evening prices 2T.c. .15c, 30c. 75c. Sunday
and Saturday matinee 15c. 25c. 35e. 50c.
Next Attraction 'OWNERS AMERICANS"
I tut (fill 111
MILTON W SEAMAN. Manager.
LAST WEEK OF THE POPULAR
Charles A. Taylor
"The littte Church
Around the Comer"
Every night and
Evening prices. IS.
25, 35. 50c; matinee.
10. 15. 23c. Next
week. "Hoollran In
The Roberts Four
The Two. Droles
The Dcvoe Brothers
W. II. Hartford
Come and lift
IOe to any seat .except boxes,
January 22. .
He? She? or It?,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robyns
Oro and Nelson
De Carlo nnd Stokes
Miss Lillian Melbourne
Prices Evening?. Sun
day. and Holidays. 10.
2. 30c; mat., loc :
any seat except boxes.
THE GREAT WEBER FAMILY.
Tearl and Cassldy.
Meadows and Lasmre.
GOLDEN GATE QUARTET.
Amoldo. Leo White.
Moving Pictures. Selected Orchestra.
Matinee each afternoon at 220; nlshls at
7 :.Vt and 8 o'clock. General admission. TEN
cents, with 7 rows at 20 cents.
NEW OREGONIAN 'PHONE.
The Morning Oregonian nnd Evening Tele
gram bare Installed a. private telenhone. ex
! rnange. .Main .0.0. if anyone desires to
) communicate by 'phone with any department
of The Oregonian or Evening Telegram, let
him call Main 7070. The office operator will
make the proper call. For example. If you
; desire the city editor of The Oregonian, call
! Main 7070. The operator respond. "Oreso-
nlan and Telegram." Then ask for "City
I Editor Oregonian."
An ideal tract of
700 Feet of Water Front
and rapid car-service in rear.
Just the place for a person with
' means to build up a Rivervilla
! Home. Enquire B. S. COOK
& CO., 251 Alder Street.
Is bald behind, but has a long fore top. The
HAST SIDE has the most HOMES, has the
GREATEST population. Is Rrourlnj; the most
IIAPIDL.Y. and the GREATER PORTLAND
MUST and WILL be there.
Is the ceorraphlcal center of the city, and la
the most DESIRABLE residence district, and
ranch of this will become BUSINESS property.
Do not overlook these FACTS when rook lac
Investment, and call and Inspect the properly,
for sects? Is bellevlsr.
THE OREGON REAL ESTATE CO.
6SVJ Third Street. Roost 4. Portland. Or.
in Piedmont. 8 Rooms, Modern.
Phone East 6279
FRED WESTERDAL, MASSEUR
Graduate Stockholm. Cures by a new
method. Head. noie. throat and stomach
disease and rheumatism. 217 Oregonian
bldg-. Phone Hood 352. Honrs. 12-2; 5-0.
Purely as a Matter
We want you to know that our banking
facilities are excellent that you will make
no mistake. In afailating with our bank.
Many new friends are opening accounts
subject to check with us.
WE ISSUE SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OF
DEPOSIT. $500 OR OVER.
(a) Payable en short calL
(b) They are negotiable.
(c) Provide for 3U to 4 per cent Interest.
We shall be glad to explain or send you
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
S. E. Corner Third and Oak Streets.
Phone Exchange '-.
AT 10 A. M., SHARP
We are overcrowded with second-hand fur
niture, carpets. Leonard refrigerator, linol
eum, large Quantity of good, sound crockery
and glassware, buffet. Iron bed. springs and
mattresses, dlnlng-tahle. chairs and a mass
of goods that we must sell to make room for
our great sale next Tuesday. Be on time at
10 A. it. Thursday. Terms, cash. No re
serve.) GEO. BAKER & SON.
Acctlon rooms, cor. of Alder and Park Sts.
House For Sale
At a bargain, on easy terras. Just completed,
tinted walls. grate, porcelain bath. Gas In.
hot and cold water connections made. Best
buy on market. Address O 03. care Oregonian.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
One of the best propfetftloas In lis Use
of any In tb state: 12 acres of very fine
fruit or vsgetable land, on which there are
3 acrei of strawberries. 210 prune trees. 58
apples. IK cherries and 10 pears; a good G
roons house, barn 20x30 and other outbuild
ings, windmill and tank, water piped to
bouse and barn; 2 mites from city limits;
the price is right: come and see ua.
INVESTORS. WAKE UP!
This Is the greatest opportunity ever pre
sented to you. There are thousands of dot
Isrn to be made in ST. JOHNS property. We
have somo of the beet bargains In that clty
aad it will pay you to see us before buying.
Phone Main t9u3. 317-15 Fenton bids.
SI Sixth Street.
Good 7-room bouse and one acre of ground,
one Mock from car line In Oak Grove; nice
fruit and ornamental shrubbery; the price
Is right and terms can be had.
Fine ft-room house ami lot 5Ox!0). In City
View Park; all modern; nice mwn and shrufa
'bery; this is a soap; we ean sell It on
We have a nice llt of property In St.
Jofcns and you will not think we are trying
to sell the whole town, either when you
hear our prices. Come and se u.
Phone Main tCML 317-1S Fenton btdg.
S4 Sixth Street.
54250 FOR A SPLENDID 30-ACRE FARM.
only 10 miles from Portland, with 40 acres
In cultivation; good water, orchard, new
fi-room house and barn; phone 'in house.
This Is your chance.
St 150, or S260 down, balance en install
ments, will buy lovely new. modern G-room
house. Sunnyside; best location.
t75 Swell residence lot. 4Sxl00 feet, on
E. Alder st.. Sunnyside. Sell on account
of sickness; must go quick.
STAUB & ROSS.
2274 Washington st-. room 17.
Fine strictly modern 6-room house, all
new. bath and everything right up-to-date,
beautiful gas fixtures; street alt .improved.
The price is right. Look It up.
What do you think about St. Johns? We
still have neveral pieces of property there
on which the price Is tlll right. It will
te worth your time to see us If you are
interested la the coming city of St. Johns.
Phone Main 03 317-1S Fenton Bid;.
SI Sixth St.
HERE t A SNAP.
Nice little 7-room home on Mississippi
ave.. easy walk to business house and ear
stoops. In Albion; bath, fruit tree.-, etc.;
price only 1. fW cash, balance lo
sitt. This rents for $15 ami as an Invest
ment cannot be beau Ellis & Kahter. room
21. 24 Morrison st.
NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE. LARGE LOT. $400;
3S4 down and $1M per month: 8-room mod
ern home, half price for eash. or half cash;
one-acre tract for $375 eash. These are
big snaps. See owner. Joe Nash. In white
house at Nashville Addition, on Mount Scott
HOUSE lb ROOMS; NEW AND AUSO
lutely up to date: elegantly finished
throughout: situated on two tot. In best
portion of West Side. Any one desiring an
Al home will do well to Investigate. Phone
owner. Main 5S5. or call 109 Sherlock bldg.
A BARGAIN BUSINESS PROPERTY IN A
prosperous valley town. pa!ng 15 per cent
on S4; on account sickness will give this
splendid opportunity, or will exchange for
acreage near Portland. D 63. Orezontan.
ACRE TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city limits or outside.
Some acres with terms as low as $10 oer
month with water. A. C. Churchill & Co..
"Inc." 110 2d st.
$15W 10 ACRBs GOOD I.AND NEAR
Greeham. 2 acres Jn crop, clem to school.
running water. $JH cash, balance per
cent. Mortgage Guarantee & Trust Co., l0
SNAP NEAR 14TH AND COLUMBIA.
Lot Sxlt for $am; ban old building, pay
ing per cent; fine site for beautiful home.
Bills & Kabler. room 21. 2M Morrison st.
SBK THIS FOR A IXTC.
To MriM on: near corner 23l ami Washing
ton and City Park. 49x130; price $2i00.
Kills &. Kabler. room 21. 2tH Morrison st.
J27SO BUYS BIG INCOME PAYING PROP
erty; Jlsi will handle rental proposition and
pay IS to 2 per cent. F. J. Steinmetz &
Co.. IPS Morrison. Phone Pacific 131.
U BLOCK. HOLLA DAY'S. $IS30; LARGE
comer lot. 7-room house, new, very modern;
Hawthorne' First Addition. $3300; term.
Culver. 23 Chamber of Commerce.
Jl.tSO SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
New house, basement, plumbinz; sood as
Hotel Portland; beautifully tinted walls;
Upper Albicsa. V H. OreKOnlan.
H -B LOCK. FINE MODERN 10-ROOM
residence built on corner; streets Improved,
on car. Vtz Side. It blocks Sd and Wash
ington. IIS Abincton bid?.
11000 WILL BUY -l-ROOM COTTAGE. VAX
try and porch, nearly new. with full let.
fenced: 1 btockn from car line. Hatfield
& Smith. 165Vii 4th st.
FOR SALE NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE. FULL
cement basement. Rood plumbing, nice lo
cation. 3165U; easy terms. O. M. Smith.
TSO Cham. Commerce.
FOR SALE '.a ACRE AT MT. TABOR. WITH
new 4-room cottage; water on premises;
price $1250. Inquire SSI East Morrison or
phone East 2ST.
CHEAP FOR CASH. MODERN S-ROOM
nouee. barn, ptreets Improved, sewer, trait,
fruit and shrubbery; grounds 100x100. Phone
FOR SALE LOT 100x100. 7-ROOM HOUSE,
bath, piped for furnace, basement, ten fruit
treeo and roee. 1106 Taggart. Richmond
NEW. MODERN S-ROOM HOU5B. CORNER
lot. one block to car line; S20OO, easy pay
meats. Hatfield & Smith, 1G5 -ith at.
$1000.00 WILL BUY VERY CHOICE COR
ner lot in Holiday's Addition: th! is a bar
gain. See M. E. Lee. MU 6th st.
SELLWOOD LOTS. J5.0O DOWN AND J3.0O
a month; from $75.00 to $200.00. Sell wood
TownsUe Co. Fhoce East 4704.
$2700 NEW MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE ON
car line; special. Mortgage. Guarantee &
Trust Co.. SO 7th St.. Elks Temple.
S ACRES IMPROVED LAND ON CAR LINE.
5-cent fare; big bargain for cash. Inquire
at 3$0 E. Washington st.
TWO LOTS. 100x100 FEET, BLOCK FROM
car line, in City View Park; $500. Hatfield
& Smith. 1G5& 4tb at.
$2600.00 FOR LOT ON 12TH AND HARRI
ron. WEST SIDE; only one lot left. See M.
E. Lee. 03H 6th st.
$30 EACH 4 SIGHTLY LOTS NEAR VER
non car line. State Investment Co., 113
HOUSE. LARGE LOT, KING'S ADDITION;
fine location. Owner, C 63, Oregonian,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A FEW CHOICE BARGAINS.
We have Just finished 3 lovely 7-room
bouews at 24th and York; each of these
houses have fireplaces, full cement base
ments, furnaces, stationary wash tubs, por
celain baths, large reception balls, closets
In each room, woodiltt: In fact, arc thor
oughly modern homes In every respect.
Price $3300 each. 11000 down, balance to
7-room house and lot on Blandlna. t.. Up
per Alblna; nice lawn and fruit, strawber
ries and raspberries; price $1500; terms.
$500 cash, balance $15 per month.
4- room cottmre and full lot In NORTH
IRVINGTON ADD., on E. 0th st.; price
$000; terms, $350 cash, balance $20 per mo.
5- room house and lot at Montavllia. two
blocks from car line; price $1600; terms,
$200 cash, balance monthly.
6- room houre with all modern conveni
ences, cement basement, a model home,
bt part of Irvlngton Addition; price $4000,
half cash, or will consider trade for Port
land or Willamette Heights home.
4-room cottage, all one floor, very desir
able little home, fine view, near 16th and
Hall. Price $2350.
Lot on Hancock St.. HOLLADAT'S ADD.,
Lot m MULTNOMAH ADD., on Michigan
ave.; srlce $400.
Lot in WOODLAWN; price $103.
Corner lot In West Irvincton Add., en
Tillamook St.. cement sidewalks and macad
amized streets; price $1200.
6 acres on O. W. P. road to Oregon City,
fine S-room house, good barn, all fenced and
In good condition, nice young orchard, en
hill overlooking river and only two minutes
from car line and 35 minutes from city; if
you want a delightful little farm in the
best location near town, call and see un.
Three 5-acre tracts. 1 mile from Lents,
two of these together: price on the 19
acres. $2C0 per acre; the other 5 acres will
be sacrificed for $750 for cash, as party
5 acres, all cleared. mile from Lents,
fine land; prlee $1325.
PORTLAND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
I33& 5th St., eor. Aider. Phone Main US.
THESE EXTRAS JUST IN.
HOLLADAY'S ADDITION, WALKING DIS
TANCE. 7-room hou. modern in every way. good
lot. splendid surroundings, house eost more
to build than we, are asking for the whole
property today. Price now only $3600; terras
BEST IN CITT FOR MONEY.
G-room modern house, full lot, nice lawn,
fruit trees ami shrubbery In abundance,
cement basement, cement walks; was built
for one's own home by day's work; nothing
slighted In any way; coat owner $3400. Our
price today only $2S75. and terms. Look at
this; $575, balance monthly at 5 per cent
7-room modern house on Eaut Taylor, best
part, modern, up-to-date place; tine lot. all
Improvements In; this Is surely a great bar
gain; price only SVJHO; part cash.
TAFT & CO..
273 Stark st.. Chamber of Commerce.
ON TO HOVER
UP THE COLUMBIA.
Regular Steamers From Portland.
Cheapest freight rates from the Coast te
inland points. No sand. Heavy solL Per
petual water right with each tract. Earl
iest products. Largest prices. The Cali
fornia of the Northwest. Write Hover
Land Co.. Hover. Wash.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
COLLINS LAND CO. (INC) WE BRING
buyer and sller together: list your property
with us. Our facilities are exceptional. Bank
references. Stearns bldg. Phone Main 232 1.
WE WANT A SMALL PLACE FEW ACRES,
improved. West Side river, convenient dis
tance from Portland. Whiting & Rountree,
419 Ablngton bMg.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT AND
give 40 acres of unimproved land a Jlrst
payment. See M. E. Lee. 03H ftth st.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP-
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN
teed. mineral lands; titled, public land prac
tice. We buy military bounty and war
rants. Collies Land Co.. Stearns bldg.
$lfii)0 in ACRES UNI3IPROVBD. RIGHT ON
Yaceit R. R. and north fork Lewis River.
IS miles Vancouver. 5 miles Battle Ground.
1 mile station; all nice, level land, suitable
for cultivation, except 13 acres; 23 acres
tine bottom, easily cleared; will trade for
Portland or Vancouver property. S 01. Ore
gonian. 320 ACRBa FINE TIMBER, ESTIMATE
S.000.0UO feet, near Portland, for city prop
erty. J 5S. Oregonian.
TO EXCHANGE GOOD TIMBER LAND IN
a fine location for merchandise. Whitney
Bros.. Irving. Or.
WILL TRADE A ROLLTOP WRITING DESK
for strong, large trunk or cash. E 60, Ore
gonian. FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
SELECTIONS FURNISHED FOR ALL
classes of U. S. Government and state lands:
also best bargains In deeded lands of all
clames and In any quantity at lowest prices.
Write W. T. Burney. 17 Wash. bldg.. city.
TIMBER RELINQUISHMENT WANTED;
Columbia River basin preferred. B 20, Ore
gonian. FOR SALE.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
CONTINENTAL SPAVIN AND RINGBONE
Cure, guaranteed to cure spavin, ringbone,
splint, curb, corns and sweeney; no charge
unless cure In effected. Office with Subur
ban Ice & Coal Co., 155 Grand ave." Head
quarters. (57 N. 3d st. G. Polettl. agent.
Residence phone East 783; office. East :SWS.
BAY HORSE. 7 YEARS OLD. GENTLE AND
true, weight 1120. suitable for delivery
wagon; pair of bays. 8 years old, sound and
true, weighing 207O. suitable for any kind of
heavy work. Fashion Stable. 20th and
S150 BUYS TEAM. WAGON AND HARNESS.
team consists pair bay mares, sound, weight
lion pounds each: harnesn Is new. wagon In
cool running order. Call quick. 23 N. 14th.
ness hou:es. 6th and Hawthorne. Tel. East 72
CH BA P 1 1 ORS E. HARNESS AND LIGHT
wason; also cow for sale, at Wlberg Itne,
North; take Montavllia car. H. Janscn.
TEN HEAD DRIVING AND DRAFT HORSES
for sale. Portland Livestock Exchange or
113 2d st.
HORSES and vehicles bough., sold, rented or
exchanged. 211 Washington, .pacific ooi.
HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE. RENT
or exchange. Hubert & Hall. 26G Fourtn.
PIANO AT A SACRIFICE PARTIES LEAV
lag city; for less than halt price. 10 Wash
UPRIGHT PIANO. ALMOST NEW; MUST
sell for 3150 cash. 5 llth. cor. stark.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick
Balke-Collender. 40 3d et.
MUSICIAN'S BAND BLOUSE. "NEW" SIZE
37. dark blue, trimmed wlih braid, for sale
cheap. Phone East 4017. .ir call 87 E. Stb.
WE HAVE" ALL KINDS OF NEW AND
second-hand machines and will give spe
cial bargains thla week. Standard Sewing
Machine Co., 250 Yamhill st.
FOR SALE AN 18-FOOT GASOLINE
launch; has three-horse 4-cycle engine In
stalled. Address Astoria. Soda. Works, As
THE NEW PATENT POSITION INDI
cator for slide trombone, with directions
and instructor. York. 67 1st. Repairing.
GENTLEMAN'S BICYCLE. COASTER
brake; excellent condition, for $S; one
without coaster, S5. Call 67 Ella.
DOUBLE CYLINDER TOURING CAR. RUN-
ning order; good tires; cost $1350; must sell;
$4i5 cash. Owner. A Co, Oregonian.
VIENNA CHAIRS AND TABLES FOR SALE
cheap. Call at Brunswick Restaurant,
Washington st., bet. 5th and 6th.
SHOWCASES. COUNTERS. TABLES. STORE
fixtures bought, sold or exchanged. Western
baivage Co.. oi Washington st.
Typewriters, all makes, at cost: rubber stamp
rocdi. desks, etc. Coast Agency Co.. 231 Star
FOR RENT DONKEY ENGINE. 324 CHAM-
ber of Commerce, or phone Main 2363.
ALMOST NEW $50 SEWING MACHINE- FOR
sale at 268 3d st.; caeac
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. Pater Bacl
gaJupi. wholesale and retail. 7SG Mission
st., San Francisco.
30 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED SEWING MA.
chines at very low prices: Singer. Wheeler
& Wilson. Domestic. White, Household. Da
vis and others, to make room for new
stock Wheeler & Wilson and Singers. S. S.
Sigel. 335 Morrison st.. Marquam bldg.
WANTED TO SELL PAPER BAG HOLD
ers to users of came, 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;
LAUNCH FOR SALE. O. P.
boatyard. 47 E. Water at.
HELP WANTED MALE.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated: discharges positively cured In from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential: send for our symptom blank.
X-Radium Medical Institute. 3d and Alder
sts.. entrance 253 Alder St.. Portland.
ENERGETIC SINGLE YOUNG MAN OF
good habits, between 20 and 27. to repre
sent well-established house in Washington
and Idaho; good position for right party;
references. Call 10 to 12 A. M.. room 10,
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN THE BAR
ber trace; eight weeks required; only re
liable colleges in the world: free fare to
students. Moler System College, 215 Oc
cidental ave.. Seattle. Wash.
Men. women. learn watchmaking, engraving.
Jeweler work, optics. Easy terms, positions
guaranteed: money made learning. Watch-making-Engrav'g
School. 1420 4th av. Seattle.
INTELLIGENT. ENERGETIC MAN. Be
tween 25 and 33. with previous, business ex
perience. Give names and addresses of ref
erences. H 63, Oregonian.
TUTOR WANTED YOUNG MAN. COLLEGE
graduate prefarred. to .help youth of IS.
backward in Latin and mathematics. Ad
dress W 52. Oregonian.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. EXPBRIENC
ed and otherwise, for established publica
tions; liberal inducements. Clyde-King. 633
HERB'S A CHANCE TO GET INTO A CASH
business that will pay you $3.50 a day; $150
required; duties easily learned. Call 24S!a
LUCRATIVE POSITION TO AN EXPERT
eneed fraternal solicitor; splendid opening
for the right man. Royal Achate Omaha.
WANTED SOLICITORS TO SELL HIGH
elass article, city, throughout state. Call 10
to 12 and 2 to 5. 46 Front St.. 3d dek to
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE: WAGE3
while learning: position after S weeks. GUI
man's Barber College. 627 Clay. San Fran.
ny Intelligent person may earn good income
corresponding for newspapers: experience un
necessary. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT-
land and throughout state to solicit busi
ness. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED MAN TO WORK IN SALOON
who can Invest $20O.K) in the business. In
vestigate of M. E. Lee. 03' 6th st.
MAN TO SOLICIT FOR FAMILY LIQUOR
trade; salary and commission: state age
and experience. C 66. Oregonian.
Y. 51. C A. NIGHT SCHOOL PREPARES
men tor civil service examinations: oezins
February 1; $15 for course.
WANTED EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH-
er. Address, stating nge. experience and
reference. Q 00. Oregonian.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN IN
Portland and throughout state; big wages to
rustlers. 206 McKay bldg.
10 BOLTCUTTERS WANTED. APPLY
Western Cooperage Co.. room 305 Stearns
bldg.. 6th and Morrison.
UNION HOTEL FOR ROOM AND BOARD"
rooms $1; board. $3.50 per week. , SI N. 6th
er. J. Anderson. Prop.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPH OPERATOR.
good retoucher only need apply. Lucerne;
FIRST-CLASS BROILER AND LUNCHMAN.
Address G. M. Campbell, 320 James et.. Se
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES,
highest price paid. 50 2d. Phone Pacific 49.
Salesmen for Christy Hoe Safety Razor; bo
nanza side line. 303 Stearns bide, -i to a.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MACHINE MIN-
er and tool-sharpener. B 66. Oregonian.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR-
ber trade. O 53, Oregonian.
WANTED GOOD CABINET-MAKERS.
PLY 140 North 6th st.
IIELr WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED COMPETENT YOUNG WOMEN.
over 20 years of age. to tudy nursing ac
the Training School for Nurses of the Ho
qulam General Hospital. For further Infor
mation address AV. B. Wells, secretary, Ho
WANTED LADY", UNINCUMBERED. TO
flu permanent position: salary 5 1- 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 FIR ST-CLASS LADY RBPRE-
sentatlves In Portland and throughout state;
good pay. Can or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS, WAITERS,
cooks, cnamoermaius, general orwru. si.
Louis Agency, 2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
DOMESTIC (GLENCOE), 51 BET EMPLOYER
3: kitcnen neiper. -v: Japanese icoaiw. o.
Waitresses. Drake's, 205M, Washington.
APPRENTICES TO LEARN ART EMBROID-
ery Business, .ppiy. witn pureni ui buiui
an, Mir. White. 3S2 Washington.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343SS Washington et.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
PIONEER LADIES AGENCY.
215 Morrison St.
Phone Main 2273.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GBN
eral housework, small family. Phone East
3642. Apply mornings.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages. Apply 6S4
WANTED SOUBRETTE AT ONCE; MUST
be able to sing and dance. T 64, Ore
gonian. TWO WOMEN TO CUT AND SORT RAGS,
in shoddy factory. Call at factory, 2d and
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL. REFBR
ences required; no other need apply. 314.
WANTED WOMAN FOR FARM COOK: NO
children. Call 715 Everett at., with refer
ences. WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must sleep at borne. Call 743 Overton.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 606
XTELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED DRAMATIC PEOPLE. VAUDE
vllle acts, singers, musicians: good salary.
Newman's Theatrical Circuit. 14oh ttth.
Dramatic art. stage dancing, sketches
ENERGETIC. CAPABLE MAN OR 'WOMAN
to work In Portland and throughout state:
salary. Call between 1 and 3:30, evenings
8-0. Hotel Antlers, room 44.
WANTED LADIES OR GENTLEMEN TO
represent large business firm; good salary.
Address L 53. Oregonian.
PER3IANENT POSITION. S15 WEEK SAL
ary for IntellUent men or women. Call
mofnlnss. 2S8 12th st. ,
WANTED SOLICITORS, $2.50 AND UP PER
day; If you mean business, address D 6$,
WORK FOR ALL: SALARY. 2S5 LINCOLN
ST. Call from 0:30 fo 12. 1:30 to 5. 7 to 9.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers nnd Clerks.
WANTED POSITION AS CITY SALESMAN
by an experienced man; am now traveling,
but prefer city position. H 67, Oregonian.
YOUNG 5IAN DESIRES POSITION AS OF
fice asststant or-assistant bookkeeper: can
operate typewriter. A 63. Oregonian.
POSITION BY EXPERIENCED BOOKKEBP'
er and stenographer; strictly up to date. Y