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TIIE MORNING OREGOXli-N, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1906.
BE LI TODAY
Impressive. Ceremonies Will
Mark Founding of New
GRAND LODGE IN PARADE
Portland Masons Will Turn Out En
Masse to Attend Exercises Con
ducted by Grand Master
. T. Williamson.
Accompanied by Impressive ceremonies
of the Masonic rite, the cornerstone of
the new Masonic Temple at West Park
and Yamhill streets will be luid this
afternoon by Grand Master Dr. W. T.
Williamson In the presence of a large
number of Oregon Masons.
The programme as outlined consists of
assembling at the old Masonic Temple at
Third and Alder streets at 1:30 P. M.,
when the grand lodge will be opened by
Grand Master Williamson. From there
the entire grand lodge will proeeeil to
the site of the new temple, arriving at
Dr. W. T. Williamson, Grand Master.
2 o'clock. The grand commandery of
Knights Templar will act as honorary
escort of the Oregon frrand lodge on Its
way to lay the cornerstone of the new
Upon arrival at the site of the new
temple. the ceremony of laying the
cornerstone will immediately take place.
The principal address of the day will be
made by Hon. John B. Cleland, past
grand master. Brief remarks will be
nmde by Most Kcellent Grand High
Priest Lot L. Pearce, of Salem: Judge
George A. Burnett, grand commander of
Knlgh'.r Templar. and Mrs. Robert
ljutke. past grand matron of the Order
of tke Eastern Star.
The cornerstone of, the new temple
bears the following Inscriptions: On the
West Park-street tilde:
: MASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION :
; Directors. :
t J. M. Hodson. Henry Roe. :
I M. B. "Woodcock.
: A. M. Knapp. - A. hurlow. :
Architect, R. Martin, Jr.
On the Yamhill-street front the stone
has the Inscription:
l Tho Most "U'orshjpful Grand Master. :
: October 20. 1006. :
Before Jhe -stone Is placed In the north
east corner of the edlilce. a copper box,
soldered and sealed by the grand master,
tvlll. bo placed Inside. Tho box will con
tain the proceedings of the various Grand
Masonic bodies of tho state at their last
session, copies of tho city newspapers,
the city directory for 1005. a list of
Masonic bodies and Its members and sev
There are eight Masonic lodges In Port
land with a membership of nearly 1500.
and it is expected that a majority will
join In the rrocession and take part In
After the ceremony the procession will
form again and march back to the old
temple on Alder street.
The new building, which will be one of
the finest fraternal buildings in the West,
will be 90 feet high ami will contain four
n'.orles. There will be club, banquet and
blue lodge rooms on the lower floors. The
upper floor will be set aside for the use
of the Oregon Knights Templar. It will
cost approximately $125,000. subscribed by
the members of the Masonic Building
SUIT HAS ITS EFFECT.
Executive Board Decides Xot to Let
With an injunction suit filed against it,
for which the City Attorney said that
there are good grounds, the Executive
Board, at Its meeting, yesterday after
noon, refused to adopt the report of Its
street committee, which recommended the
rejection of the bid of P. O. Solon upon
the Improvement c Sixth street, between
Morrison and Yamhill, and the acceptance
of a higher bid submitted by the Barber
Asphalt Company. The action was not
taken because of any disagreement be
tween the other members and the street
committee. No word was said against
the purport of the report, bflt It was
feared that the proposed proceeding would
It Illegal, and the document was tabled
until further Investigation could be made.
There was a murmur of Interest In the
room when the board took up the report
of the police committee, but it diediway
when It was found that no mention was
made of the Investigation of charges
against Harbormaster Biglin. The com
mittee has not reached a conclusion in
telerence to this matter, and it will not
be reported until the next meeting of the
board. About the only Items of the report
were the naming of A. O. Sorenson as
patrolman and the acceptance of the res
ignation of J. S. Scott from the same
The special committee, appointed to in
vestigate the public buildings of the cit"
In regard to their compliance wiUi the
fire ordinances, made a further report
upon the condition -of the public schools.
They cited many minor defects in every
Institution which they visited, including
a number of the public schools, as well
as Portland Academy, St. Helens Hall and
other private Institutions. The defects
in most part related to the condition of
chimneys, refuse about the schools and
objections to wooden ash barrels. ' Locked
exit doors had been found In several
BOTH HOSPITALS CROWDED
No More Room for Patients at St.
Vincent's or Good Samaritan.
For the first time in many months both
St. Vincent's and Good Samaritan Hos
pitals are crowded to their full capacity.
Every bed In both hospitals is taken and,
in fact, several extra cots had to be
placed in wards to accommodate the in
flux of patients. St. Vincent's can ac
commodate fully 300 patients and, the
Good Samaritan 200. f-
The managements of the hospitals are
devising all kinds of schemes to accom
modate incoming patients, and every bit
of spare room is taken. The crowded
condition Is due to the great number of
out-of-town cases which are sent to Port
land. Although a number of patients
leave the hospitals every day, yet there Is
always a large number waiting to enter
As Portland has no receiving hospital.
St. Vincent's and the Good Samaritan
must always be prepared to receive emer
gency cases Bent to them by the City
Physician and the police authorities. For
some time past there have been so many
regular patients on hand that emergency
cases are a hardship. The hospital peo
ple point to the fact that their institu
tions are too far from the city for emer
gency cases, and that it Is probable that
a life may sometimes be lost in the long
journey to secure treatment. The major
ity of emergency cases are brought to
the hospitals In the patrol wagon, which,
outside of a makeshift stretcher. Is In no
way adapted to the conveyance of sick
Calls Up Dispatcher to
Get the Time
That Individual Being Oat, tranger
Terslsts Until He Gets Information
From Claim A Rent of Railroad.
ERSISTENCY, thou also art a Jew
el," thought a young operator at
tho exchange board of the Oregon Water
Power Company yesterday, when a man
called In and asked for the dispatcher.
"The dispatcher is busy,", said the oper
"Are there any other officials In the
"The chief claim agent Is here," replied
the operator. -
"Very well; let me talk to him," said
The operator connected the party with
the chief claim agent, and this conversa
The Man What time have you, please?
Claim Agent Five, flfty-three, sir.
The Man All right; thank you.
"Now. what do you think of that for
nerve?" asked the operator. "Wouldn't It
sizzle you? Wouldn't It just Jar
you? And yet we have that sort
of thing going on all the time. Dozens
of times dailx we have such Queries, usu
ally asked of the dispatcher, who is al
ways very busy."
Once upon a time It was customary and
quite correct to ask--yoiir-"central'--operator
the time of day, buf that was eut out
about two years ago, and if you ask her
what o'clock Jt is now, she will refer you
to the chief operator,, if she feels in the
humor, and if not, she will tell you she
cannot answer such questions.
The Western Union and Postal telegraph
offices: the police station and various
large establishments are frequently asked,
"What time have you?"
But the man with the monumental nerve
was he who persisted In his query, even
to calling upon the chief claim agent of a
Yamhill County Institute.
M'MIXXVILLE. Or., Oct. 19. (Special.)
This evening President Campbell, of
the Slate University, gave the closing ad
dress of the Yamhill County teachers In
stitute. Last evening Superintendent
Ackerman gave the public address at the
Courthouse. This morning the institute
attended the chapel exercises of.McMinn
ville College, and Superintendent Acker
man made the address. Tomorrow will
be. held the. school officers' meeting, and
officers from each district of the .county
are expected to attend.
Large Bank Failure in Italy.
TURIN, Italy, Oct. 19. The liabilities of
the banking house of Zuckerman & Co.,
which closed Its doors yesterday, are es
timated at $1,200,000. and it Is believed
that the assets will amount to about the
W0RK PROGRESSING ON CONVENT FOR BENEDICTINE
I . . i
FRONT OF CONTENT AS XT WILL APPEAR COMPLETED
Work Is progressing on a convent for the Benedictine Sisters, on Mllwau
kle and Caywood streets, in the pari an of the Sacred Heart Church, of which
Father Grefory Is ttie pastor, plans for the building were prepared by Arch
itect Joseph Jacobberger; and it will be a handsome structure, costing when
completed perhaps Over $5000.
It Is a two-story frame with full basement and with an attic. The base
ment has a concrete floor. It will contain the laundry, furnace and general
storage department. On the first floor are a music-room. 17.6x17.6: library.
22.6x15.6, parlor, 17.6x14.6; dining-room, 15-6x17.6, and kitchen. The second
floor contains six rooms with hall extending through the center of the build
ing. At the east end on both the first and second floors are wide porches ex
tending the entire width of the structure. ' It Is expected to have the building
ready in about a month.
Father Gregory, of this parish. Is also having a hall 40xS0 feet built in
the parl?h ground for public functions and entertainments of all sorts. It will
seat 600 people. The cost will be S1S0JV.
PLAN TO BOND CITY
Initiative One Hundred' Has
Scheme to Raise $2,000,000
FOR PARKS AND BRIDGES
Boulevards and Speedways Are Also
Held to Be Need of the City
Resolution Referred to
A resolution providing for the prepara
tion of a bill embodying the bonding of
the city for $2,000,000 for parks, boulevards,
speedways and bridges was presented to
the Initiative One Hundred last night by
the president, Francis I. McKenna. In
stead of adopting the resolution, however,
the organization referred it to a commit
tee for further Investigation before tak
ing any definite step. The plan met with
no opposition, but It was thought that
definite facts should be ascertained, and
the matter, either as outlined or in a
modified form, will, doubtless, be taken
up and submitted to the people under the
Initiative at the June election.
After Introducing the resolutions. Mr.
McKenna moved their adoption. He urged
the necessity of immediate action In order
to get the proposition before the people
prior to the election. He discussed - the
scheme at length, outlining it in detail a3
given In a recent issue of The Oregonian.
Opposition to Immediate action came
from Rufus Mallory. He asserted that a
matter involving so. great expenditure
should be taken up cautiously, and that
the organization should collect reliable
data so that it. could fro before the peo
ple in a business-like way. Upon his mo
tion, the resolutions were referred to the
boulevard committee, composed of J. C.
Ainsworth, Drake O'Reilly, Ion Lewis
and Lewis Russell. They will report at
the next meeting. The resolutions follow:
Resolved, That the committee on legislation
be and ia hereby requested to prepare & bill
to be submitted to vote of the citizens of Port
land, authorizing the city to issue and sell
bonds, bearing 4 per cent Interest, to the
amount of $2,000,000, of which not to exceed
IWO.OOO shall be used for parks; parkings and
boulevards on the- west side of tho Wtllamete
River; not to exceed $500,000 shall be used
for parks and speedways on the east Vide of
the 'Willamette River; $700,000 for a .toll
bridge over the Willamette River, near the
northern boundary of the city, and $300,000
for a toll bridge over the Willamette River
near the (southerly boundary of the city.
Resolutions favoring the purchase of
land on Mount Tabor for a? reservoir site,
were also presented to the organization
and referred to a committee. Frank T.
Perkins, who was Instrumental in secur
ing an option on the property, was pres
ent and urged the desirability of the loca
tion, both as a reservoir and park site. '
P. L. Willis, chairman of the committee
which has in charge the matter of work
ing for a higher saloon license, reported
thatr a blU for a $1200 license has been
prepared; Inasmuch as the Council is
now considering adopting a $1000 license,
he recommended that action In the mat
ter be suspended, which was done. The
.vote was taken with the understanding
that the $1200 bill will be presented to the
people If the Council fails to pass the
other measure. :
Rufus Mallory called attention to the
franchise .granting a right for- the PortT
land & Seattle to make a. deep cut through
the Peninsula, which was passed by the
Council over the veto of Mayor Lane. He
declared that the road should be forced
to tunnel, as the cut will be harmful to
the city, and suggested that the Initiative
be Invoked to prevent the carrying out of
the plans of he railroad company. No
action In the matter was taken.
SONS OF REVOLUTION MEET
Oregon Society Celebrates the Anni
versary of Xorktoivn.
Thirty members of the Oregon Society
of the Sons of the American Revolution
eat down to a delightful symposium at
the Commercial Club last night -nd cele
brated the 125th anniversary oi the sur
render of Lord Cornwallis. at Yorktown.
Such events held by the organization are
known as symposiums, . which are in real
ity smokers, because of an objection en
tered by one of the members at a previous
meeting. He declared that it placed the
members in an undignified, and unbecom
ing light to have It known that the de
scendants of the great American patriots
attended smokers, so the dictionary was
searched for a more high-sounding name;
which they found in symposium.
Wallace McCamant presided last night
as toaetmaster, in the absence of General
T.. M." Anderson, president of the organ-
Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active
Principle. of. every pound of Royal Baking
Hence iC is" that Royal Baking Powder
renders the food remarkable both for its fine
flavor and healthfulnessi,
No alum, no phospiiatewhlch are the
principal elements of the so-called cheap
baking powders -and which are derived
from bones, rock and sulphuric acid.
ROYAL KINQ POWDER
lzation. The principal speaker was "Will
iam J. Clarke, editor of the Gervats Star,
who spoke upon "The Fruits of the York-,
Thoma3 Q. Greene, a descendant of a
French soldier who served under Rocham
beau, who led the French army at the
siege of Yorktown, was called on for a
short address. Judge Charles H. Carey,
descendant of -Doak, the Presbyterian
clergyman who became famous during the
King's Mountain campaign, made a short
talk, as did M. C. George. A light lunch
eon was served, prepared under the di
rection of F. A. Clark, steward at the
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Arleta Land Company to Julia S.
Chandler, lot 20, block 11, Arleta
Park, No. 2 $ 200
Arleta Land Company to A. H. Hil-
derbrand, lot 2, block 1, Ina Park.. 1
John J. Mannlon to Evelen Mannlon,
N. 30 feet of lots 8 and 0 and
W. 17 faet of S. 70 feet of lot 8
and E. 1(5 feet of S. 70 feet of lot
9, all In block 6, North Portland... 1
W. Swart and wife to C. I. Haynes,
lots 1 and 2. block 199 Holladay's
Addition to East Portland 1
Security Savings & Trust Company to
Fulton United Artisans Building
Association, lots 2. 4. 6 and 8
block 12, Southern Portland 1,200
William M. Ladd and wife to Her
mlne A. Weber et al, part of block
9 Blackstone's Addition to Portland 1,600
William M. Ladd and wife to Thomas f
F. Bay Us and wife, part of-block
9, Blackstone's Addition to Portland 1,600
William Teghtmeier and wife to Ru
dolph Schneider and wife, lots 17
and IS, block 1, Gllham's Addition TOO
Mary J. Connolly to George F. Bar
ringer, lots 3 and 6. block 15, Mount
Tabor Villa 350
R. W. Wilbur and wife to Cordelia
Dungar. S. 50 fee of E. 100 feet
of block 6, JohnM'B Addition. 10
T. N. Dunbar and wife to Morris
Kubner. -8. 50 feet of - B. 1 0O feet
of block 6, Johnson's Addition 100
Arleta Land Company to Isabella -Hunter,
lot 22, block 3; lot 18,
block JS. Arleta Park No. 2 200
Real Estate Investment Association
to Albert Grosneck, lots 5 and S,
block 108, Sell wood 230
Real Estate- Investment Association
to Rudolph Wilbelm, lot A, block
24 Sellwood 200
John J. Mannlon to Evoleen Man
nlon, lots 3 and 4, block 6, Willam
ette Heights Addition 1 J
jonn J. Mannlon to Eveleen Man
nlon, W. 34 feet of S- 70 feet, of
lot 9, block 6, North Portland 1
Levi S. Bhanks to Mary L. Shanks et
al, lot 3,. block 5, subdivision of
St. Johns Heights Addition to St.
William M. Ladd and wife to Board
of School Trustees, W. 150 feet of
N. 100 feet of 8. 200 feet of block
7. Johnson's Addition 10,000
George and Julian Smltn to Arthur
Edgar and wife, lots 11 jud 12.
block 8. Highland 1.000
F. Henshaw and wife to -R. C. Ten-
ny, lot 6, block 211, City 1
J. F. Kelly and wife to C. T. LeTour
neau, lots 7 and 8. block 4. Han
son's Addition to East Portland... 1,200
George W. Lowe and wife to C. T.
LeTourneau, lot 8, block 21, Central
Albina . . . . 700
M. 8. Fishburii and wife to Levi C.
Stark and wife lots 9 and 10,
block 5, East Portland Heights.... 800
E. B. Clark and -wife to W. H. Berg,
lots 1 and 2, block 7, Logan's Ad
dition to East Portland 1,400
Herman Janlcke and wife to Secu
rity Savings & Trust Company, lOOr
.100 feet besinnlng at a point on the
E. line of Hood street, 65 feet from
N. W. corner of block "P," Camth
ers, Addition- to Caruthers' Addi
Thomas Connell and wife to Secu
rity Savings & Trust Company, same
as above 1
J. D. Kennedy and wife to Security
Savings & Trust Companyw. H of
lots 4. 5 and 6. S. 80. 7 fet of W.
of lot 3, all In block "P," Port
land Homestead ,000
German Savings & Loan Associativa
to Security Savings & Trust Com
pany, beginning at N. W. corner of
block "Q." Caruthers' Addition to
Caruthers Addition, thence E. 30
. feet, thence S. 59 feet, thence E.
to E. line of said block thence to
S. E. corner, thence W to S. W.
corner, thence N. to place of begin
ning in S. W. corner of block "P,"
Caruthers' Addition to Caruthers
Ernestine Scbeeland to Security Sav
ings & Trust Company, 8Sx65 feet
beginning at S. W. corner of block
"I," Caruthers Addition to Caruth
ers Addition 9,000
Oskar and Emma Huber to Security
Savings &. Trust Company, undi- j
vided H interest In block "K."
Caruthers Addition to Caruthers
Charles Cottel and wife to Security
Savings & Trust Company, N. 65
feet of block "P." Caruthers Ad
dition to Caruthers Addition .... 3,500
Eugene A. Sessions and wife to Secu
rity Savings & Trust Company, lots
5, 6 and 7, Kerrigan's subdivision
of a part of lots 1 and 2, block
"A." Portland Homestead 1
W. K. (Smith and wife to Security
Savings & Trust Company, lots 8,
4 5 and 6. block 104; also begin- .
ning at point on E. line of bock
104. 100 feet S. from X E. corner,
' thence E. 10 feet, tnenc! S. 108 feet
4 Inches to a point on N. line tract
claimed by W. K.. W. V., A. T.
and P. C. Smith, thence W. to said
?oint of intersection, thence N. 117
eet to place of beginning 26,500
W. R. Walpole and wife to Security
Savings & Trust Company, subdivi
sion "C" of lot 1, block "B," Port
land Homestead; also all of lot 2.
block "B," in Portland Homestead
excepting the W. 9d feet... 1
Ibex Land Company to Security Sav
ings & Trust Company, lots 3 and
4. block "P." Caruthers Add ition
to Caruthers' Addition; also 35x100
feet beginning at S. E. corner of
lot 2. block P" 1.350
Thomas Connell and wife to Ibex
Land company same as above... 1
Emma Austin and wife to Security
Savings & Trust Company, undivld
td of bllck K." Caruthers Ad
dition to Caruthers Addition 18,250
E. Cowles and Wife to Security Sav
ings & Trust Co., parcel of land .
-beginning at point 60 feet X. and
145 feet E, of S. E. corner of block
A, Caruthers Addition to Caruth
ers Addition 8,000
The City of Portland to Ann Coles, 50
xlOO feet commencing at point 60
feet E. and 50 feet N. of and par
allel with S. line of block A. In .
Caruthers Addition 1
Portland Lumber Company to Secur
ity Savings & Trust Company, par
CO., NEW YORK.
eel of land beginning at point 50
feet N. and 145 feet E. of S. E. cornel-
nf feinlr X In Pnm t nera' Addi
tion to Caruthers" Addition 1
Homeopathic Hospital & Dispensary
of Portland to Security Savings &
Trust Company, blocks L, M, N and
n rnHith.r' Addition to Caruth
ers Addition" -...' 80,000
W. and Sophie rruck to security aav-.
Ings & Trust Company, all land ly-v
lng along B. side of block J, in
rnnitharfl A ririlt i nn tn Caruthers'
John Carlyle and wife to Fidelity
Tmot rnmnnnv. lnt 1. 2. 17 and
18. block 321. Balch's Addition 1
Bertha Bernham to John Carlyle, lots
17 onH is hiork 321. Batch's Addi
Otto S. Binswanger and wife to'jonn
1-arlvlA lnla 1 anH 2 bloclc 32
Balch's Addition 8,250
O. W. Taylor and wife to i:naries
Gonzales ana wire, tot x, layiors
Subdivision of section 2, T. 1 S.,
R. 2 E
Wr Druck and wife -to Security Sav
ings & Trust Company, all of block
J, Caruthers' Addition to Caruthers
Alfred N. Wetterborg and wife to
Hannah Wetterborg, parcel of land v
beginning at S. E. corner of tract
J, Grover's Addition 1
ArTeta Land Company to C. Rebstock,
lots IS and 19, block. 13, Arleta
Park No. 2 250
Fidelity Trust Company to J. R
Stipe, lot 8, First Addition to
Cherrydale . -V 8.000
B. M. Lombard and wife to W. G.
Smith, part of tracts 10 and 12, In
Montavilla, 5 acres t.. 175
E. J. Witt, treasurer and trustee,
to Chester V. Dolph. lot 4, block
133, city T.000
Warren B- and Ida B. Burden to
John E. Chuck, lot 9 and S. of -lot
8, block 3, Miriam 1,S00
Chester V. Dolph and wife to Secur
ity Savings & Trust Company, lot 4,
block 133, city 1
L. H. Andrews and wife to F. A.
Knapp. lots 4 to 9, block 1: lots
8 to 12, block 2; lots 1 to 12, block
3, and all of block b4 to 10, all in
Joe Badura and wife Xq Joseph.
Stampfer, lots 5 and C, block 1,
Center Addition to East Portland 2,500
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to Eliz
abeth Craw, lot 1, block 10, Lex
ington Heights 225
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to J. M.
Pugh, lot 9, block 6, North Irving
ton James M. Pugh and wife to Henri
etta E. Seley, lot 9, block 5, North
Phoenix Land Company to W. D.
France. E. Vt of N. of W. H
of S. E. of section 36, T. 1 N.,
R. 2 E 1,000
J. H. Fisk to H. W. Scott, N. of
block 42 and S. W. of said block
42, Wheeler's Addition to East
H. W. Scott and wife to Louis Ger
llnger, N. of block 42, Wheeler's
Addition to East Portland 100
Louis Oerlinger and wife to J. H.
Thatcher et al., N. H of block 42,
Wheeler's Addition 100
H. W. E. Smith to J. E. Brlstow,klot
14, block 1, East View 200
F. S. Smith and wife to John B. Saw
yer, lots 11 and 12, block 12, East
Portland Heights 1,400
H. S. Rowe and wife to M. Baura
gardner, part of lot N of M. Patton
Tract . 850
J. C. and W. E. Welch, trustees, to
the Pence Company, a strip of land .
60 feet wide beginning at point in
N. line of N. E. hk of N. E. of
section 28, T. 2 N., R. 2 W 850
M. McGregor and wife to E. D.
Pewey, E. 65 feet of lot 13, block
1G. Albina v 1
L. Frlede and wife to W. G. Gosslin
et al., E. hk of section- 27; N. !.
of N. E. U of section 84; N. Vt of
N. W. and N. W. of N. E.
U of section 35, T. 2 N., R. 2 W... 5,000
A. L. Stone and wife to A. Thompson.
lots 5 and 6. block 10. Falrview 126
M. A. Gunst and wife to S. M. Conn
Real Estate & Investment Com
pany, lots 3 and 4, block 255, city . .110,000
Arleta Land Company to L. L. Gil
strap, lot 13, block 2, Ina Park... 1
L. L. Gllstrap to Lucy J. Jackson,
lot 13, block 2, Ina Park 70
Security Savings & Trust Company to
W. Strahlman, lots 7 and 8 and W.
of lots 1 and 2. block 104, city 1
P. W. Smith and wife to W. Strahl
man, lota 7 and 8 and W. of
lots 1 and 2, block 104. city 1
W. Strahlman and wife- to Security
Savings & Trust Company, lots 7
and 8 and W. of lots 1 and 2,
block 104, city 1
Security Savings & Trust Company to
O. Hansen, lot 5, block 7. Subdivis
ion of Riverview Addition to Al
bina ' -200
W. Cor and wife to C. H. M. Oron
vold. part of block 4. McMlllen's ,
Addition to East Portland 26,000
Elma Buckman t B. F. Powers, lot
3:J, Eastwood 400
F. H. Strong and wife to L. Clemens, i '
lot 1, block 13, Creston 300
F. J. Dolsen and wife to Delia I. '
"Shay, lots 11 and 12, block 1; Mt.
Tabor Central Tract 2,500
R. Edwards et al. to Anna M. Scha
fer, lot 6, block 16, South St.
Have your abstracts made by the Security
Abstract Trust Co.. 7 Chamber of Commeros.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 19. Maximum' tem
perature, 63 degrees; minimum, 43. River
reading at 8 A. M.. 4.8 feet; change in last 24
hours, none. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to
5 P. M., .05 inch. Total precipitation since
September 1. 1906, 6.52 inches; normal, 3.97
Inches; excess, 1.55 inches Total sunshine,
October 18, 1906. 1 hour 54 minutes; possible,
10 hours 48 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
aea-level) at 5 P. M-, 30.47 inches.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
North Head. .
San Fr.ncUco. .
42 0.02il6 KW
63!0r00i 6 N'W.
601 T. 12 NW.
42 T. !SW.
62 0.00 18 NW.
4f T. 18KW.
63 '0.051 TINTS'.
66 0.0018 NW.
6410.021 4 NW.
68 O.OOl 6INW.
421 T. I 4 E.
60'0. 12:141 N.
62 0.00! 4 E.
6410.001 41 N.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 1. A portion of the
northwestern high pressor ham adv&mced
COST ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
I MOTEL OREGON
J CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS. J
Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $ 1 per Day and Up. I
Z European Plan. Free Bus.
WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO., Props.
Kith and Washington Streets PORTLAND, OREGON
Booms. fl.M to IS 00 Per Day
According- to Ivooatlon.
J. T. DATIES. Prrnlden.
St. Charles Hotel
x CO. (INCORPORATED) ,
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OR.
EUROPEAN PLAN ROOMS Sbc TO $1.80
, FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION
southeastward to the Middle Mississippi "Val
ley, but tha remainder continues over the
North Pacific state and It has Increased
gratly in etrenpth. Local rains occurred
thla morning- in Western Oregon and "Western
Washington and this evening snow was fall
ing at Pocatello. which Is the first enow of
the season in this district. The Unowla
caused by a disturbance that ia central over
Southern Utah, which la moving northeast
ward. It Is much cooler in Nevada. Utah and
Southern Idaho, and slightly warmer west
of the Cascade Mountains.
Portland and vicinity, fair and warmer.
North westerly winds.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair and warmer. Northeast wind.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Fair and slightly warmer.
Southern Idaho Cloudy with rain or mow.
EDWARD A. REALS. District Forecaster.
UNCALLED - FOR ANSWERS
ANSWERS ARE HELD AT THIS OF
FICE FOR THE FOLLOWING ANSWER
CHECKS AND MAY BE HAD BY PRE
SENTING YOUR CHECKS AT THE ORE
A 11. B8, D, 65, 8T, 80. 71. 72, 73.
B , 62, 63, 65, 66, 71, 73.
f 17. 60, 61. 02, 66, 68.
r 50, 00. OS, 75.
E 61, 61, 68, 71. 73, 74. 7B.
T 45. B4, 58, 61. 04. 72, 91.
O 5flro7. 6S, 68. 71. 74.
H 58, BO, 65, 71, 75.
,1 56, 57, eo. 58. 65, BS, Tl, 7!. 77.
Si. 34, 59, 60. 73.
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M 50. 68. 61. 63. 64, 65, 70, 71.
N 27, Bl. 53, Bo. 60. 70.
O 24, 44, 60, 67, 74.
p 18, 58, 60, 63, 64. 65, 67, 68, 73, 74, 78.
Q 5, 67, 68. 69. 71.
K 3, 15, 62, 65. 60. 72, 75.
S 53, 58, 07. 70, 71.
T 2. B5. BS, 61, 67, 68, 72, 73, 74, T7.
V 2. 60, 69, 72. 75.
"W 37. 81, 63, 60, 69. 71, 75, 80.
X 51, 62. 65. 6, TJt
BABCOCK In this city, October 18, 1906,
at tho family residence, 648 Taylor street,
Eliza Babcock, aged 76 years, 10 months
and 11 days. Funeral announcement
RINAMAN Drowned at sea, Autrust 6,
1906, Alfred Harber Rlnaman, aged 20
years, beloved son of Setb. M. and Maud
BOGARD In this city. October 18. 1908,
William Bogard, aged IS years, 9 month,
and 18 days.
PARKER In thlB city. October 18, 190B.
Henry Parker, aged 63 years. Funeral
notice hereafter. y
TIDCOMBE In this city, October 18, 1906,
at the family residence. 785 York street,
Nellie Frances Tidcombe, aged 23 years,
' 9 months and 11 days. Friends are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services, which will be held at the above
residence at 2 P. M., Sunday, October
21. Interment Greenwood cemetery.
MUCKLEY Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services of Norman I. Muckley, which will
be held at the family residence. 344 Mill
street, at 9:30 A. M. today (Saturday);
October 20. Interment Riverview.
SELIGER Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral
services of John Seliger, which will be
held at Flnley's chapel at 12 M. today
(Saturday), October 20. Interment River
view. ntiNVrva. htkntei m oit-BAunn. gae.
KHon to Dannlnc A Campion, undertaken
and embalmer.: modern tn cverr detail j 7tBj
and Fine. Phone Mala 430. Lady Malstaai.
EDWARD WOI.MAW. Co.. Funeral Director,
t!0 Id st. Lady aMlatant. Phone M. 507.
' . P. FIN-LEY EON. Funeral DUec'tora.
K. tl d St.. cor. Madlsoa. Phoae Mala .
T. B. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Ladr assistant. Phone Bast U.
KELLER-BYRNES CO.. Undertaker.. ' Em
aalmera, 7 Eimell. Km 1UK8. Lady a't
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO.. 409 Aide,
at. Lady a.alstaut. Phon. Main SIM.
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"GARICA HUM ANUS" A TauderiU
Cftmile de Guerrero. Prston Sisters. Leo
White, Hrt nd O'Dell, Remwy and Brodom,
Performance., dally at 2:30, 7:30 and 9
P. M. Admission 10 and 20 cents. Boxes
25 cents. Ladles and children talr any
seat at week-day matinees for 10 cents.
'FO TOURISTS AND
Fpeclal rot mad
to famine ' and
will be plewaed
alt times to show
room and give
prior. A modern
Turkish bath es
tablishment In tho
11. C. BOWERS,
Ftrot-ClaM rhxrk Sntwrui
Connected With BotaL.
O. O. DAVT8. See. and Ti n
Tomorrow (Sunday) Night
14th and Washington St..
Orchestra Frelade, 7:30 oVIocsj
Curtain rises at 7:45 o'clock.
First 10 rows lower floor, $200; last ft
rows, $1.50. Balcony, first four rows, $1.50;
next Ave rows, $1.00; last five, 75c. Entlr
Sents selllnf; at the theater for th en
tire engagement. Fbone, .Main 1.
Mon. Heilig Theater Mr,hT
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Nights, Oct.
22, 23. 24.
Special Price Matinee "Wednesday.
Henry W. Savage offers George Ado's Com-,
"THE COLLEGE WIDOW." - -
Evening Prices, entire lower floor, $1.50;
balcony, $1.00. 75c; entire gallery, 30c.
Matinee Prices, lower floor,, $1.50. $l.00
balcony, $1.00, 73c, 50c; gallery 25c.
Seats selling at theater for engagement.
Baker Tfteater Bhm
Home of the famous Baker Stock Co.
Matlnne 2:15 Today: Tonight 8:15.
TiAOY HUNTSWORTHS EXPERIMENT.
By special arrangement with Daniel Froh
man. Evening Prices 25c, 35c and 50c; Matinee
15 and 25 cents.
Next Week, (Starting Tomorrow Matinee.
'l7p New York btate.
EMPIRE THEATER, 12th and Morrison
Main 117. Milton W. Seaman, Manager.
Playing the best Eastern Road attractions
Note reduction In Prlcea Evenings 10c,
20c. 30c; Matinee 10c and 20e.
Matinee Today 2:15; Tonight 8:15.
Last Two Times.
Don't miss It; full of comedy and pathos.
One of the good ones.
Next Week, wtartins;. Tomorrow Matinee
"The lioly City."
Week of October 15.
Fhone Main 5496
"The Two Orphans "
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturday
and Sundays at 2:30.
Prices 10c and 20c; Every Evening at
8:15 P. M., prices, 10c, 20c and 80c.
Next Week "The Man From Mexico.
' " - ' - - ' m
WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 15.
The Emotional Melodrama. '
IN FOUR ACTS.
Miss Ulllan Chick
Conrtrtght A .Lee
Miss Marie LeClalr
Week of Oct. 15.
live in Number.
Opened the roller skat
ing season last night. The
new maple floor, the new
skates and Parson's ever
popular orchestra made a
delightful evening for
many hundreds of skaters.
If you weren't among them
A low Secret"