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THE SUNDAY OKEGON1AN, POK'lLA'D, AiLUa , IHOfc.
ALBANY WINS IN DEBATE
KAILROAD ItATE QUESTION' DIS
CUSSED TOH McMIXXVILLB.
Presbyterian College Men Excel In the
Manner of PreHeatlng: Their
McMINWVILLE. Or.. April 2S. (Spe
cial ) Last night In the Imperial The
ater debating: teams of Albany and
McMinnvIlle colleges discussed the
question, "Kesolved, That the Inter
state Railroad Commission should be
empowered to regulnte railroad rates,
subject to revision only by the higher
courts." Albany college upheld the
negative of the question and received
the votes of two Judges, thus giving
mem the decision and the champion
ship of the Collegiate Debating League
Francis Galloway, of the University
of Oregon, presided. The McMlnnville
team consisted of C. I". Campbell. Earle
Xott and Theodore Anderson. Albany
was represented by R. K. Knotts, Will
iam Steel and E. L. Jones. Campbell
opened the argument, contending that
the measure was necessary because it
will -eliminate extortionate rates and
stop discrimination between places and
Knotts for Albany held that the
measure "was not necessary and was
impractical. Nott then spoko for Mc
Minnville. holding that it was prac
tical and refuting the argument of his
opponent in part. Steel, of Albany, then
ppoke on the dangers of such a meas
ure and proved himself to be the mdst
logical man of the Albany team. An
derson closed a constructive argument
lor McMinnvIlle, devoting his time to
Xho fact that it would not create any
new evils. E. I Jones closed for the
visitors with the argument that it was
unconstitutional. Theodore Anderson
closed the debate with the strongcM
speech of the evening.
Albany excelled in manner of pre
sentation, but much of- their argument
wan read. McMinnville was weak in
form, but consistent. T. Anderson was
by far the strongest speaker of the
evening. The judges were Professor
Bates, of Pacific University, Professor
Hopkins Jenkins, of Portland Acad
tmv. and Rev. Mr. Vlnclent, of Cor
vallls. Following the debate the teams
vcre tendered a reception in the Adel
phlc fraternity hall.
-EV OREGON' INCORPORATIONS
Articles Filed With the Secretary of
Slate at Salem.
SALEM. Or.. April 25. (Special.)-Arti-cles
of incorporation of the following
companies were filed during the past week
in the Secretary of State's offlce:
The- Virginia Oregon Development Com
pany, principal office Portland. Or.: cap
ital stock. 5100.000: Incorporators, 11.
Charles Dunsmore. Joseph W. Pearl. A.
Rose and G. Horatio Chick.
Th. nromn Pheese Comnany. Portland:
J5000: Ralph R. Dunlway. W. A. Clcland
and T. J. ueisier.
TMpuntain Home Orchard Company.
Hood River. Or.: $10,000; H. F. Davidson.
Willis Van Horne and A. A. Jayne.
Broughton & Wiggins Lumber Company.
Portland: $10,000: George Broughton. W.
B. Wiggins and George W. Stapleton.
it-Hfron Abstract Company. Portland:
JltOO. John F. Shields, A. A. Lindsley and
C. B. Altchlson.
The Chapman Advertising Company.
Portland; '$5000: C. C. Chapman, H. H.
Matteson and C. A. Bell.
VntJnnnl Tron & Foundry Company.
Portland: $10,000: William Newcomb, J.
M Malcolm and John Crawford.
rhnmhera Hardware Comnany. Eugene.
Or : $50,000: Frank L. Chambers. F. E.
chambers. F. J. Craig, Carl Schacfer and
C, E. Russell.
Tin Conner Standard Mines. Merlin Or.
$1,000,000: . H. Gunnell. Edward Van-
Dvke and A. S. Rosonbaum.
Vninun Brick & Tile Company. Port
land: $20,000: B. F. Hoover A. F. Hoover,
Hcnrv Black and H. Hannl.
Knnltnrv Milk & Cream Comnany. Port
land: $2T00: William S. Curtis. Mark Wolf
and H. H. Carey.
Downing. Honkin Company. Portland:
110.000: R. P. Eftlnger, W. A. Rycr and
V O. Downline.
The Mattoon Gold Mining Company,
Baker City. Or.; $100,000: Horace S. Clark.
Louis Katz. Theodore Jcnto. Robert T.
Holmes. Adolph Sumerlln, Amos Mcsser.
ALLOWED CHANGE OF VENUE
"Illllinan Victim Association" Af
fected Public Opinion in Seattle.
OLVMPIA. Wash.. April 28. (Special.-)
The Supremo Court today handed down
the following decisions:
State of Washington, respondent, vs. C.
D. Hlllman and L. S. Forrest, appellants.
from King County: a new trial granted
and a change of venue allowed. The de
fendants were convicted of the crlmo of
conspiracy In the real estate business, the
appeal being based on the ground that
whereas the Information charged fraud
against a certain person, the testimony
showed the fraud had been perpetrated
on another person altogether. The Su
prme Court says:
'Conspirators cannot be permitted to
escape by pleading that, when thev plot
ted to cheat and defraud whomsoever
might fall a prey to their innchlnations,
they did not have in mind the particular
individual who was subsequently dc
Public sentiment in Seattle Is said by
the court to have been made so strong
against the defendants, however, through
tile work of the 'Hlllman Victim Asso
elation." that they were entitled to
change of venue. Hlllman is rated among
The case of Bessie Hlllman, appellant,
vs. C. D. Hlllman, appellant, vs. S. P.
Steele and J. a. Brown, respondents,
from King County, was reversed. Mrs
Hlllman sued her husband for divorce.
uut later dismissed the suit without con
suiting her attorneys. Steele & Brown
They brought suit for attorney's fees
and recovered $1000 In the lower court.
The Supreme Court says:
"It is the policy of the law -to eneour
ace the husband and wife to compromise
and settle their domestic troubles between
themselves, and divorce actions should not
be kept alive merely to settle the claims
or attorneys for fees."
WAKUAXT Foil A KAXSAX,
Held in .lnll t Baker City While
.Requisition Was on tlie Way.
SALEM. Or., April 2S. (Special.) Gov
ernor Chamberlain today honored
requisition from the Governor of Kansas
. for the arrest and return of George
w right, wanted In that state for the
crime of robbery, committed in Wilson
County. "Wright Is under arrest at Baker
After the requisition papers had been
issued and placed in the hands of th
Kansas officer, the Governor received
telegram from nobertson & Nichols, at
torneys of Baker City, saying: "Requls
tlon George Wrlght bear investigation.
He has lain In prison here ten days. X
hearing and contrary to law."
The Governor replied that warrant had
been Issued and that the requisition
papers were regular.
DAILY .METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. April 28. Maximum tern
perature at 8 A. iL, 60 deg.: minimum. S.
Rl-er reading at S A. M.. P A feet: change 1
24 hours, rise of 0.2 ot. a foot. Total pre
cipitation. S P. M. to 5 P. M- 0.00 ot an
Inch; total since September 1. lSnk, '33.V
Inches; normal. 41.2S Inches; deficiency. T.rtl
Inches. Total sunshine April 27. 1P0G. none
possible. 14 how aaa B minute. Barom
eter (reduced to iff level) it 3 P. 1L, 9.85.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Eelse.... 74 ,0.00110 XW 'ft Cldy.
KnminniMi T r 7k'o not . . Clear
North Head .V.2O.00B2 SW Cloudr
..ifl.(io! se cioudr
. .74 'n. 00 1 2 SB Tloudr
. . sr. aoo' tww Jpl cidy.
, . lO' T M4U5E tCJoudy
.. W T ilSlNW '"Tloudv
. TO'n.oolio w 'Pt.ridy.
. . j04 o.oo'an N 'iear
. . '74 "0.001 CINE Clear
Salt Lake City.
Han "Francisco. .
Walla Walla. . .
A low pressure area of marked energy 1
central this evening over Utah with a ec
ondarv disturbance over Northern Califor
nia. The rain In the North Pacific State
have ceased and b-en followed by fair
eather, but In California threatening con
dition continue, but the rainfall haa been
erv llrht and oonflned principally to the
outhm portion of til" state. It Is decided-
cooler In Southern California, and Ken-
orally warmer In Northern California and
In Western Oregon and Western WaahlnRton.
Th Indications are tor fair weather In
this district Sunday and for shower In Cali
fornia. Nevada' and. possibly also In South
Forecasts made at Portland for 28 hours
ending at mldnlcht. April S:
Portland and vicinity Fair, slightly
warmer. Northwefct winns.
Western Oregon Fair, warmer, except
near the coast. Northwest winds.
"Western Washington Fair. northwest
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Fair. a
Southern Idaho bhowers.
Northern California Showers. Northwest
Southern California Shower. W armer.
MAHTHA WASHINGTON SO
CIAL CI-T'B will give a procrelv
whist social In -the lJurketrd Hall,
corner Union avenua and E. Burnslde
street. Monday evening. April SO.
Proceeds to be vr'-3 to furnish a room In th
Atton Home. Admlmion lnciuatng re-
A. O. V W. Hall of Industry Lodge, No.
a (1 I . W Mrmbers are srecU.Uy no
tified to attetid lodge Mondar wenlng. April
ait, a the appeal) of our brothers for .help in
Han Francisco -will come up tor axuon. aei
us meet their call itfotnptly ana geaerousiy.
I'HILll GEVUHTZ. Master wormian.
Atuet: JOHN W. PAUDOCKA, Bee
Kin KVrnilTK of ProMttct Tent- No. AT: of
Fulton, arn requested to attend the funeral
of Sir Knight Klmore J. Don. to be now fcun
dar afternoon. Anrll 15t. at - 1. M.. from J. I.
Flnley & Sons, undertaking arlors.. My order
.J. 13. UTlilSKiiAau, jtecora ivecpcr.
THE THlSJEt.TJA THOUGH. NO. 1. O. D.
J I. 8.. will give r benefit for the San Francisco
sufferers Sunday evening. April zw. at s
clock, at EaclcV Hall. 2d and lamhllL. Ad
GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE. I. O.
O. F. Special meeting at 2 o'clock today at
the Temple to attend th funeral of our de-
easi'd brother. V. V. White, late ot Nortn
Yakima Lodge. No. 22. I. O. O. F.. North
luklma. Wash. Funeral services- at Hoi
man's chapel. Interment In Lone Fir Ceme
tery. Oddfellows Invited to participate.'
HENRY BROWN, Secretary.
THE THCSNELDA IXJDGE. NO. 1, O. D.
. S.. -will give a benefit ball for the San
FrancUco sufferers, Sunday evening. April
. at 8 o clock, at Eagles' Hall. 2d ana
Yamhill. Admission. 2.1c.
MILITARY WHIST, given by Antra Circle.
Thursday. May 3. In the A. O. U. W. Hall.
Tenth and Washington streets.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO. 111.
A. F. tr A. M. Special communlca
tlon today at l:no P. M.. Burkhard
Halt, for the purpose of attending
tlie funeral of our late brother, iu
H. Jones. Services at F. S. Tunnlngs
chapel. East Alder and East 0th sis. All
Master Masons Invited to attend. By order
of tne W. M. C. E. MIULEJl, Sec,
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO. 2.
A. r . & A. M. Special communl
cation thin Sunday) morning at 10
o'clock Kharp. for the purpose of
conducting the funeral service over
the remains of Brother S. R. Slcyton. Jate
member of Eugene IxXlgr. No. II, A. F.
& A. M. Full attendance desired.
W. L. WEEKS. Secretarj-.
BRISTOI To Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bristol
April 2.1. a daughter.
COHEN April 27. 1WG, lsa L. Cohen, at
Chicago, in., briovca brother of Jlrs.
Freedman and Mrs. D. Robert, of this city.
ana Mrs. it, himona. or uetroit. ticn.
STEARNS April 27. at Cascade Ixrclci. wife
of jus stearnfl: oaugnier or Mr. ana Mrs,
Oeorge A. Ha&s: rtster of Henri' Has. Mr.
Ed Sheridan, Mm. Sam Parker. Mr. Lizzie
ration ana airn. J uay. nemains win
be at Finley'a undertaking parlors tomor
row afternoon, huncrai notice Monaay.
MCRRAY Mrs. Otlena M. Murray. April
at 4S1 Alder street. Funeral from the houe
at 2 o'clock this (Sunday) afternoon. Serv
Icon at the grave private.
DOLL The funeral services of Elmer J.
Doll will be held at Flnlrj-'s chapel at 2
I'. M-. Sunday. April 211. mrndh invitea
Interment. Lon- Fir Cemetery.
MADSEN The funeral services of Carl
Madscn will be held at Finley'a chnpel at
1 I. M. today. Kricnas invitee inter
ment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
MATSOJC Carl Matson. a native of Denmark,
at Good Samaritan Hospital. Friday. Will
be Interred at Lone Fir cemetery, lu o'clock
A. M.. from Flnlry & Son parlors.
FRYE In this city. April 2S. I06. at the
family renaence. too savier sl.. Francis
E. Frye. aged 1 year and 12 days. The
funeral services will be held at the above
ret-idence at 1 P. M-. today. Friends In
vlted. Interment. Sylvan Cemetery.
FI.ANNAGAN In this city. April 24. HKML
William B. lannagan. agea 41 yearn, rrlends
are Invited to attend the funeral services.
which will be held at SU Mary" Church,
corner Stanton and William ave.. 9 A. M
Monday, April M. Interment Mt. Calvary
TCCKEV Mrs. Ann Tuckcy. mother of Ma
mle Tuckey. aged SO yeam and 14 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
funeral services from her late residence. 213
Grand avenue North. Sunday, April 29. at
J", it. interment Lone nr cemeterr. Oak'
land. Philadelphia and New York papers
ELAYTON In thb city. April 27. lPf0. S
It. Siavton. aged a years and 8 months.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services, which' will be held
at iioimnn's chapel, corner Third and Sal
mtm streets, at 10:30 A. M. today (Sunday),
Apru interment LAne Fir cemetery.
EDWARD HOLM AX Jt CO.. the trading
fBBCraJ directors asd cmbalmera. 2241 aaa
Itt Third street, cerser Mbsb, bare tbe
Illicit establUbmeat and the Best reaaoaabla
cbargea. Wo bare an experience a&r wbo
takes full cUaxgo ot all Udx cuo. xfnoaa
3. P. TIXLET A SON. fra era! director
sad e&batmera. No. 261 ta cor. Ma&pon.
Day or Bbcbt calls promptly at traded. Ex
perienced Ia4r BMtkioat nbta dedrea. Of
0oe of Coeatr Coroner. Fboae Mala t.
DUNNING, M'ENTEE A GILRATJGH. See
ceers to Dnaalac ft Carasloa. saaortakvr
asd embalm rr: modern la ererr detail: 7th
asd line. 1'hoae Mala 430. Lady attUtaat.
F. B. DCNNIN'Q. Undertaker, ill aat
Alder. Lady anhUnt. rboM Kart K.
ZELLER-SVRNEX CfX. TJadertakcra, Em
bahBers. 27S KeaaeU. Eat less. Lady tu't
TONSETII f- CO fJorlcta. Article rioral
detScaa. iZi Cth at. Faea Kala CIS.
Do You Like Aider Street?
100x100. corner: price. SiS.000. This Is the
cheapest buy In that fast-growing street.
E. J. DALY
12 Failing Bldg. Phone Main SJC
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES.
lm- 1M eaBiaz TA t f .
eeftU: XI to 2S irer. H ttiH. etc 3C -
eeiut jorraHIa I ImrtUM.
UNDtB ALL OTKEK kiuuh. exeer
"Kew TadMT.- SO lemts far U wocia or Iest
U ta H weraA, 4fi eeaUt 2X Ut SS m. M
eesta. etc Ont lssertloa. Eah anlaltlrial
tecrtloa. eae-fcaKt bo tartbor aiinoaar
-NEW TOO AT" (gaMr WMSi
IB cnU per Hac. flrrt laerUa: 1 eWi 9r
Ua, tor raefa iHMmisl tascntes.
ANST9XKS TO AZVRTISEXNT8.
drrmed car Tb. Orgontiii. a Jert at Uda
of flee, ftbettld at wars hm tocioa la sale4
esTclepes. No tUas U rre4re4 ca saeh
The OrrroabiB wHl aet hm mswAli tt
rrrs In ad rrrtbx m es Is Lakes Lbroaca tas
NEW MODERN HOUSES AND VACANT
loin. 2000 feet cement walk, parken strreta.
newer and water, on East Ah. one block
north of Hawthorne ave.: lots TjOxloO. KM
and up; term. Apply to owner. Geo. K.
Waggoner. 222 Falling bldg. Phone Mala
FOR SALE 16 ACRES AT STCAMORE. OS
the O. W. P.: running water; 2 acres on
Mentavllla car line. A 42. oregoman.
MOUSES IN ALL. PARTS OF THE CITY
built asd sold oa laittnmesta. jLxvatr.
the gateway to Portland's harbor, with
MI1.ES CtV DEEP-WATER FRONT
AGE. ITS SPLENDID MANUFACTUR
ING SITES. ITS TRANSCONTINENTAL,
RAILROADS. ITS MILLS. FACTORIES.
SHIPYARDS. DRYDOCKS. PUBLIC
SCHOOLS. PAVED STREETS. BRICK,
BUSINESS BLOCKS, and lis natural su
periority of location, offers unusual op
portunities to all.
This means YOU, whether you are a
BUSINESS MAN. LABORING MAN OB
ST. JOHNS is the center of the wonder
ful crowth and development now taking
place on tne i-ower peninsula.
in two years Its population nas mere as ra
from 300 to 3050 neonlc. Its assessed val
uation has rone from KCO.CO0 to nearly
J2.OCO.O00. and the monthly pay-roll of It
industries from SJTO to ii UOX
The largest manufacl-rirg and business
concerns in the -world ha cured and
others are securing sites at St. Johns, and
It Is entirely safe to say that within three
to nve years jnc population win nave in
creased to from 10,000 to 1S.CO0 people, and
that tne-pay-roii or ita comoinea indus
tries will total-not less than Jl.030,000 an
If you doubt these statements, invest!
irate for yourselves.
DER YOUR VERY EYES.
Tho opportunity Is here. Will you take
advantage of It?
For further information can on or ad
St Johns Commercial Club
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
IE. B. COLWELL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER
2SI-2X3-2R5 Third St- Cor. JerTerson.
The Blc Store of Little Prlcea.
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER
is still HSc per pound.
Following prices will save you 25c on
every dollar, wuaiity guaranteea.
Three nacxages Magnolia cleaned cur
rants. 25c: 3 nackags new C -crown seeded
raisins. Zbc: 3 nounas new j-crown loose
Muscatels. 25c: 1-pound can Royal baking
powder. 40c: 1-gallon can fancy table syr
un. 40c: r-callon can fancy table syrup.
20c: Crosse & Blackwell's olive oil. quart
bottles. 65c: l-pound package Arm ana
Hammer soda. 5c: 6 pounds French
prunes. 25c: shredded wheat biscuit.
per package. 10c: 6 pounds Louisiana
rice. 25c: fancy early June peas, per dozen.
Kkc: 13 bars Royal Savon Koap. 25c: 7 cans
bost 4 sardines. In oil. Zjc; Core oysters,
1-nound cans, solid, per dozen, soc: H. O,
oats (2-nound packages), per package. 10c:
best picnic hams, per pound, lie. best cot
tage nams (Donciessi. per pouna. nc:
shredded cocoanuL per pouna. lie: hard-
wheat flour, per sack. i: bcotch oats.
per package. 10c: postum Cereal, per
package. 20c: Fels-Nantha. soap, per bar.
fie: best soft-wheat flour, per sack. Jl;
Java and Mocha coffee (regular 35c). 25c:
one-eighth box soda crackers (about 10
pounds). 50c: English Breakfast tea. per
pound. 15c: fancy Gunpowder tea (regular
35c), lfic: oroKen Java conee. per pound.
10c; 2 bars tar soap. 5c; Uneeda Biscuit,
ner nackagc. 5c: Tiger Cream (10c size). Sc.
East side delivery lucsaays ana .Fri
days. Phone Main 403.
230x100 on Wilson sL. between ISth and
20th sta.. with switch.
325 feet water frontage In South Port'
land at a bargain.
100x100 on S. E. comer of Fremont and
46x105 on West Main L. with 10-room
house. Best locality In city. Chean.
. 25x100 on ThlrB sL. with party walL
Good corner on "Washington sL "Will
give a long lease.
ARTHUR A. KERR
With Russell & Blyth. S24 3d sL
LA.GRANDB CREAMERY, 264 TamfcUL
Hanford & Blackwell
Railroads, Power Plants
llOt Alaftlca Hollaing.
About 500 feet river frontage, contain
ing la acres, near Su Johns; JSOJ per acre
J. F. O'DONNELL & CO.
307-30): 3!ohawk Bldg. Phone Main 35H.
One whole block facing on Grand ave
Lambert, Whitmer & Co.
107-1M Sherlock Bldg. 4M E. Alder at.
MODERN HOME $1700
Two-story. 7-room house, nicely ar
ranged, pantry, bath, two porches, lots of
cloftcts. full cement basement, best mate
rial, well built, lot 0x100. wrougbt-lron
fence; 5X0 down, baalnce 6 per cent; East
Flanders sl. one block from car.
J. F. COMPTON,
Phone Pacific ISC JW Ablngton Bldg.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance In AU Lines,
A. H. BIRRELL,
SM-X KaKar kMc TfcW aatf Macfc at.
za Wereester BaiUtaz.
Ffcwfte Padac UN.
f By J. T. Wilson
At Salesroom, 208 First Street
At 10 A. M.
We irfll offer at auction sl elegant
VAHOGAXY parlor set: , PRINCESS
DRKSER and other mahojany pieces:
davenport bed sofa: select center taaies
In different patterns: costly, up-to-date
dining-room wet In FUMED OAK. com
prising buffeu pedestal round extension
table, with box-seat chairs; combination
bookcase and desk; upright PIANO and
parlor ORGAN: fine pattern metal beds In
brass trimmings: springs; hair mattress:
deferent style dressers: toiletware; oil
paintings; dining-room pctures; lace cur
tains; pretty porucres: siaeooaros: ex
tension tables: chairs: rockers, etc.; table
and bed linen: bedding, pillows:' upright
folding beds: sanitary twice-folding beds;
bric-a-brac cabinet: all the finer trades
of rugs, carpets and floor coverings: steel
range: cook stove; Kltcnen equipment,
NOTE All the offerings or tins sale are
high-grade goods, dean and worthy the
attention of buyers. Sale at 10 A. M.
The Contents of the Nob HIII
Dwelling on the Premises,
787 Johnson Street,
Between 23d and
Reached by 23d and Wash, cars
Sale at 2 P. M.
Th3 owners havinir arranced for a Sum
mer outinc have decided to sell at nubile
auction the furnishings of their dwelling.
comprising parlor furniture; dining and
sitting-room fittings; tables; chairs; box
couch: Brussels rues: curtains and
shades: portieres; dishes; fruit Jars; NEW
PENINSULA steel range, with gas plate
attaenment. utensils, etc The furniKh-
ings or the sleeping-rooms comprise- se
lect, iron beds in pretty timings; springs
and mattresses; large chiffonier, with
mirror; costly blrdacye maple pattern
frame dressers; commodes; chairs; rock
ers; nrugs, etc Sale at 2 P. M.
- J. t WILSON Auctioneer.
.. Wednesday's Sale
At Salesroom, 208 First Street
At 10 A. M.
REFRIGERATORS CARPFTS. TUTOR
STEEL RANGES: BUCK'S STEEL
RANGE. FOLDING BEDS. PARLOR
AND DINING-ROOM . FURNITURE.
BEUKOUM AND KITCHEN NECESSI
TIES AND ALL OTHER NECESSARY
Groceries, Provisions, Etc
At Salesroom, 208 First Street
At 10 A. M.
Choice brands of hlKh-srrade canned and
bottled goods, sardines, shrimps, mack
erel, cneese. ouves. spices and extracts,
marmalades and Jellies. A fine assort.
ment of fresh croccries. cereals, health
foods, sauces, olive oil. salad dressing.
N. B. We are buying all the housefur
nlshlnsm. etc. we can find for sale. Phone
Main ICS if you wish to dispose of your
belongings. J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
COSTLY AND UP-TO-DATE7 HOUSE-
i- UK.NISHINUS TO BE SOLD ON
Ai BAKtRS AUCTION HOUSE POR
NER OF ALDER AND PARK STREETS.
WHERE IT IS REjjUVED FOR CON
VENIENCE OF SaliE. Comprising An
gora skin rugs and other rare skin regs;
leather and other fancy cushions; Import
ed vases and figures; costly parlor lamp,
with diamond-cut globe: old blue ware;
pretty pictures In suitable frames; large
Turkey pattern rugs In cood condition:
library tables and genuine leather couches
and hlcb-irrade Morris chairs: Turkish
rockers In real leather (not chase coun
terfeit leather): Colonial parlor suit In
silk: fancy wicker easy chairs; large easy
chairs In silk, a luxury: handsome buffet,
round dining table, with large pillar and
claws, and six chairs en suite; Madras
curtains ana u rapes; mercerized portieres;
weathered oak dining chairs In Spanish
lea then seats: fine aualltv rfavrnnon -
handsome pattern iron beds; silk floss
mattresses: oesi nang-over steel springs
dose.fenth(r nlllnva? fln mln mii.
elegant Princess dressers, chiffoniers and
other tine dressers; bedroom sets complete
with bedding; mantel beds; velvet pile
and Brussels carpets; cook stove, gas
range: two-burner gas plate; refrigerator,
and the usual kitchen outfit.
VISITORS AND PARTIES ABOUT TO
BE MARRIED AND GOING HOUSE
KEEPING ARE KINDLY INVITED TO
INSPECT THE GOODS TOMORROW
MONDAY. Sale on TUESDAY NEXT, at
iV u uoc.
GEO. BAKER & SON. Auctioneers.
SALE WEDNESDAY NEXT
At Residence. 67 N. 9th St
The plain and useful furniture of
5-room house. Includinc white manle dres
sers, bedroom sets, mantel beds. lots of
oeuaing, toilet sets. Brussel and Ingrain
carpets, combination desk, parlor rockers,
lounge, tables. lace curtains, portieres.
two cooKstoves. nousenoia treasure, crock
ery ana utensils and other useful lots.
SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK.
GEO. BAKER & SON. Auctioneers.
SALE ON THURSDAY NEXT
At BAKJcA S AUCTION HOUSE, con
slgnmests of household goods and furnl
lure for positive sale THE AUCTION
AT 30 O CLOCK.
GEO. BAKER & SON. Auctioneers.
Portland Auction Rooms
A. SCHUBACH. PROP.
211 FIRST STREET
SALES 2P.M. EVERY DAY
"We sell all kinds of furniture and house-
furnishings at these sales. From the most
elaborate to tne most ordinary goods are
atnt to us from all parts of the city to be
sold without reserve at nubile auction, m
there are always bargains waiting for
you. Bales at 2 P. M. each day. at 211
nrsz st. u. u. fvhij. Auctioneer.
14ta Near Morrison
Corner with thrme hotues, good
income, price $14,500
253 WaaUagtea, Crr 34 St.
Taree-aterr brick imftd
zeet rrsat ea Alder
Iks.; pays 8 per
permanent lavestmeat. GOLDeMITH &
CO M2 Saerlsck Bteek;- 3d aad Oak lis.
Auction & Commission Co.
S.LN. GILMAN, AucMoaser.
Extensive auction sale of fine oak and
other furniture for tho residence: Wilton
rues: carpets: Axmlnster rugs- linoleum:
fine upright piano; graphophone. cost JSO;
nne dining chairs, complete suits: ranges;
Iron bedsteads; curled-hair mattresses:
chiffoniers. AU first-class goods. Also all
the fittings of large residence removed to
salesroom. No. 413 Washington St.. to bo
uesday May 1, at 10 A.M.
Buyers will do well to attend.
At Rooms, No. 413 Washing
ton street, Thursday and Fri
day, May 3rd and 4th, Each
Day At 10 A. M.
S. L. N. G I LSI AN. Auctioneer.
N. B. Consignments received at any
S. L. N. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
All the contents ot a 0-room flat,
5123 "Washington st., corner lGth.
MONDAY, APRIL 30th
AT 10 A.
Buyers will rind, the goods all neat
and new. The rooms are fully fur
nished. Sale 10 A. M. tomorrow
S. L. X. GILMAN,
Just completing one, the
finest in Bungalow Glade,
on 30th and Main Sts.
Or an up-to-date 7-room
house, Weathered Oak
finish? Whichever you like
prices and terms are right.
AGT. ON GROUND TODAY
GoMsctosisf s Agency
2539 Washington, corner Third
No better speculation offered
Facing with 200 feet
or will sell one-fourth if de
sired. For price and terms
L F.-Swcnsson &
253 Washington, corner Third
THE BIGGEST SNAP
52 64-18 Acres Oppesite OREGON
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO.'S
FACTORY OX THE MACADAM ROAD.
THE CREAM OF THE MAXCFACTCR-
IST, DISTRICT IX SOUTH rORTLAXD.
TEX MINUTES" RIDE OX THE STREET
CARS FROM THE CEXTKR OF THE CITY.
AT ONLY $1000 PER ACRE
THIS TRACT IS WORTH DOUBLE THIS
J. W. LAXODOX.
A PARK LOT
Fronting on the plaza blocks near
Jackson street. A fine piece with i0
feet frontage. This is the best ofifer
on the market today at the price
Portland Trust Company ot Orep
& e. Cor, 3d aad Oak Su. Phone Ex. T2.
Almost 1000 feet of river front
age; olkl ground; deep water.
C 40, Oregonian.
Oaa- quarter bcIe, beat apecuIatiTe
hay a North Portland, net tie about 7
per ceatoa pretmTebHat.
253JS Waatoctea. Cor- Atara at.
Between 19th and 20th Sts
3Z 1-2x180, SIIOO, Easy Tems
laauire Front st. The Xala 4L
Here Is a Snap
I AM GOING TO SACRIFICE
MY ELEGANT RESIDENCE.
TOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. MT ELE
GANT 8-ROOM: FURNISHED RESIDENCE
AND LOT 38X1M. SITUATED ON THE
EAST SIDE OF THE RIVER: WILL SELL
TVTTH OR "WITHOUT FURNITURE : ALL
MODERN MPRO1DIENTS AND VERY
CHOICE LOCATION. ONLY ONE BLOCK
FROM CAR LINE i LARGE. SPACIOUS
GROUNDS. FRUIT TREES AND FLOWER
GARDEN. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A
BARGAIN. THIS WILL BEAR CLOSE IN
VESTIGATION. E 19, CARE OUEGONIAN.
Prolific Orchard Land
Is desired by many who are not In a
position to surrender their present In
comes and devote their time to the
making of a commercial orchard and
who are unable to purchase estab
lished orchards. For such as these we
have arranged a plan whereby some
ot the finest apple land In the famous
Mosier district may be secured upon
the payment of small sums down and
monthly or quarterly Installments
without Interest on deferred pay
ments, or taxes. The land will be
cleared, set with standard apple trees,
cultivated and cared for during: a
period of five years, or until final pay
ment Is made, by a competent-orchard-Ist
who will build up bis own place
alonp with yours. - -.
This Is a bona fide offer never be
fore made in this locality. Let us give
you the particulars.
LANGILLE & RAND
73 SIXTH "STREET.
Choice, new and modern colon-
ial dwelling, full quarter block,
East Main street, must be sold.
Call or 'phone.
I E. S. JACKSON & GO.
Z Phone Main 345. 246 Stark St.
An Old Story
The man who pays rent for tea. years pays
nearly the original cost of the property and
In most cases the appreciation is mqre than
the Interest on the Investment.
The EAST SIDE has the most HOMES,
has the GREATEST population, i growing
th most RAPIDLY, and the GREATER
PORTLAND MUST and WILL, be there.
Is the Reographlcal center of the city, and
Is the moat DESIRABLE residence district,
and much of this will become. fU'riiNESS
property. Do not overlook these FACTS
ivhen making Investments, and call and In
spect the sroperty. for seeing Is bcllevinc.
The Oregon Real Estate Company
SSU Third St.. Room 4. Portland. Oreson.
New house, 9 rooms $ 7,000
7-room house, 50x100$ 5,000
5-room cottage $ 3,200
15-room residence $12,000
253K Washington, Cor. 3d Su
Quarter block on 3d St.; Income over $o00
per month; must be sold tomorrow. Mon
J. F. O'Donnell & Co.
Sl-yjS Mohawk Bids. Phone Main 369S.
BEAUTIFUL BEAUVOIR HEIGHTS
Woodstock car line. 25 minutes' rldo
from center of city, at JIjO per lot. Is the
best buy in Portland. Lot3 full size. Mag
nificent view and tine soil, no graveL On
your own terms.
J. Frank Porter
Room 8. 22 Washington St... Cor. First,
ROUN TREE & DIAMOND
Lot 53x72. in fine location on West Side.
close In. with three-story frame building
rented to one tenant at yaw per month.
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark St. Cor. Second.
ls Acres On Montgomery Drive
A. F. SWENSSON & CO.
253K Washington SL
Between 24th and 25th
24x190. sightly building site,-in
BEXO & BALLIS.
54 Front, or Phone Main 44.
15 acres, all cleared, house, barn, or
chard: one-half mile from Southern Pa
cific depot: sidewalk nearly to place. This
Is a beautiful place and cheap at SS0O.
R. M. WILBUR, 110 2d St.
10-room modern residence. 77S
Overton st., near 23d. Nob
H1U: house cost $6300; 100x100
feet, worth JSCCO: total. 512.-
00. Price. 39&G0. Go and see It and con
vince yourself If It is not a snap. GOLD
SMITH & CO., 443 Sherlock Block, Third
and Oak sts.
Two-story brick building. 50x100, very
central, paylne 7 per cent net.
L. E. THOMPSON" tc CO., 23 Third.
Lots, blocks and acre tract favorably
LOTS IN "GREpf
The new addition on th "Heights."
FROM 525QT0 $500
D. E. KEASEY&CO.
Kxclusive dealers in Portland Heights
Offlce opposite the Observatory on th
Heights. Phone Pacltic 437.
Prices Go Up Fast
Read Our Snaps Carefully
Four-story brick. First St.;
pays 0 per cent net.
SOxlCO feet, brick building. 1st
and Morrison sts.; pays S
lOtaclOO feet, quarter block.
4th and Jefferson sts.. onno-
site City Hall, with improvements: big
money-maker: the only piece for sale so
Three-story brick and steel
building: pays 9 per cent; on
First and Alder sts.
Three-story modern new
brick building: pay3 S per
Three-story brick building
on First and Alder sts.
CQEnn Modern 10-room residence, with
OOOUU ICOxlOO feet ground. 23d and
CCCnn Grand residence. 10 rooms, 5Cx
ODOUU 100 feet. Overton st.
Comer. 50xlC0 feet. 23th and
Marshall sts.; asphalt street.
jtemeniDer. Portland Property Is Going Up.
GOLDSMITH & CO.
442 SHERLOCK BLDG.. 3D AND OAK.
Notice of Advance
On May 1 prices on all lots in Holbrook'a
Addition to St. Johns will be advanced $25
Present prices are $273 and upwards, $3
down and $3 per month.
The only Installment property left in
St. Johns. You will .never again have an
opportunity to get good St. Johns prop
erty at these prices and on these terms.
ST. JOHNS LAND CO.
Three months ago a dozen good lo
cations for warehouses, with railroad
facilities, were on the market. Wise
men have picked np all hut two.
These we have.
Chamber of Commerce.
West Side Investments
100x100 &,n- on 7th' incomo;
100x100 Fine "ousc 1Sth: $l7,tl00-
1 nn.1 no Beautiful home one block
iUUXlUU Washington, tficap: Jli.ooo.
1 nrwi nft Five modern houses. Clay
IUUXlUU st.. pay $2100 year: $21,000.
100x100 gfafiKL centraU 10lh
The above are a few of as desirable res
idence properties to be had on the West
Side. Can divide some of our quarters. If
desired. We make a specialty of this
F. O. NORTHRUP & CO.
211 Commercial Block. 2d and Washington.
Shells feet each, near Hawthorn ave..
one block car line: graded street. 70 feet
wide; only $230 each, worth $350: $75 cash,
balance $10 per month each, including In
terest. J. Frank Porter
P.oom 6. 222 Washington St.. Cor. First.
AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
Porty-eight full lots with alleys,
for $6000.00. These lots are on the
peninsula. The location is tho very
test, with Bull iCun water on the
tract. Prices of adjoining lots are
$250.00 to 300.00 and they are sell
ing rapidly at these prices. Address
G. H. VAN" HOUTEN,
759 East Ankeny St.
Corner loL 50x100 feet X. El
cor. 23th and Marshall sts..
finest street on Nob "Hill;
worth $3730. Buy It and make
money; price. $2900. GOLDSMITH & CO.,
442 Sherlock Block. Third and'- Oak sts.
BEST INVESTMENT IN PORTLAND
$22.(500 Central. 1st st.. solid brick bulld
insr. brinslntr good Income, easy terms,
great bargain. F. FUCHS. 1495a 1st sL
COUNCIL ' CREST