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THE MORNING OREGOXTAN, THURSDAY, APRIL' 18, 1907.
LIS FOR BUILDERS
Architects and Contractors to
Confer With Council.
MAYOR'S ADVICE IS TAKEN
Executive Writes Letter Points Out
Defects in Existing Ordinances.
In Making Improvements.
A joint committee of architects and
contractors will confer with the special
building committee of the Council soon
to draft a new building ordinance. Mayor
I.ane yesterday sent a communication to
the Council asking that steps be taken
to remedy the present building laws. His
suggestions were adopted by the Council
and the special building committee of the
body will meet with the architects and
builders at an early day. Mayor Lane
let the Shepherd building ordinance be
come a law in order to force the Council
to act. His letter follows:
To the Honorable V?lty Council If you
will permit me I would respectfully call
your attention to the laws of the city which
govern tho construction of buildings In this
city. I am informed by persons who have
knowledge of the subject that the lawa by
which wa are governed are In many respects
defective and onerous, and do not serve to
protect the Interests of the city, but oper
ate to hamper the owners of property de
siring to erect buildings; that they are In
definite in many of their terms, allowing
many different constructions to be placed
upou them which has been the cause of
much dissension and confusion In the past,
and In no respect are they up to the stand
ard adopted by other cities of like size to
At your last meeting there was passed an
ordinance known as the Shepherd ordinance
which limits the height ef buildings other
than steal frames or reinforced concrete con
struction to four stories, wwlch will but
further complicate matters In respect to
the construction of buildings. I have al
lowed this ordinance to become a law with
out my signature. In the nope which I have
expressed to some of you in person, that It
will hasten action looking to the passage of
better regulations than those which now
exist, and In this way prove of permanent
benefit to the city.
1 would respectfully urge upon you that
a committee from your body be appointed
and that Immediate eteps be taken to pro
mulgate a fair and equitable law upon the
subject, the same to go Into effect at as
early a date ae possible. To this end It will
no doubt suggest Itself to you that you call
into consultation a sufficient representation
of such builders, architects and others as
may have technical knowledge upon the
subject. HARRY LANE,
MISSION BOARD MEETS
Presbyterians of Pacifio Northwest
Open Annual Sessions.
The opening; sessions of the nine
teenth annual meeting of the Woman's
North Pacific Presbyterian Board of
Missions were held yesterday in the
First Presbyterian Church, delegates
being present from Oregon, Washing
ton and Northern Idaho. At the morn
ing session Miss Jtilia Frazer spoke on
"The Attitude of the Mormons toward
the Constitution of the United States,"
and mercilessly scored the Mormons.
At the afternoon session Mrs. H. C.
Campbell told of "Missionary Work as
I Saw It In Turkey." Mrs. J. V. Mlllt
gan brought in a report on the work
of the Women's Societies, and Miss
Edna Protzman, a report of the work
of the Christian Endeavor Societies.
An open conference followed, led by
Mrs. C. W. Hays.
At the popular service last night,
Rev. William Hiram Foulkes presid
ing, Mrs. Gertrude H. Wylie read a
paper on "In Partnership With God."
She was followed by Mrs. Hays, who
took up briefly the child labor prob
lem, saying that it Is much more dang
erous and difficult to regulate the evil
In Pennsylvania than In the South.
County Stipulates "Conditions of the
Mount Hood Railway Grant.
Tf the Mount Hood Railway Company
will consent to widen the Section Line
road to 70 feet, as required by the Coun
ty Commissioners, and the property
owners along the line favor the plan, the
corporation will be granted a franchise,
and can proceed to construct its line
from Portland eastward. This was the
decision reached by the Commissioners at
a meeting held yesterday. The railway
company agreed to consider the proposi
tion. ' Sixty-five of the land-owners have
signed a petition favoring the granting
of the franchise. The company has still
half a dozen signatures to secure, but
feels sure it will get them. Farmers
in the" district are enthusiastic over the
railroad, according to Judge Seaton, the
company's legal representative, who at
tended the meeting.
The signers of the petition will give
to the railroad five feet on each side
of the road, making the highway 50
feet wide, as required.
Alfred Nibleen, who secured the sig
natures to the petition. Is searching the
county records for property-owners who
have not yet signed the petition.
Banks Again Help John It. Walsh.
CHICAGO. April 17. James B. Forgan,
chairman of the Chicago clearing com
mittee, today announced that John R.
Walsh, ex-president of the Chicago
National Bank, is forming a syndicate
to complete the Chicago Southern Rail
way, thus giving to the Southern Indiana
Railroad Company, bis main line, an
entrance Into Chicago. To enable him to
accomplish this, the clearing-house com
mittee will exchange the Chicago South
ern notes in the hands of the Associated
Banks, amounting to 1766,000, for the first
mortgage bonds on the completed road.
The committee has also agreed to a sub
scription of $250,000 to be made to the
syndicate in connection with the exchange
of these bonds.
William Muenlch Gets Appointment
lIORNELL. N. Y.. April 17. Supreme
President Hynea of the Catholic Mu
tual Benefit Association, has an
nounced the appointment of William
Muenlch of Syracuse, to succeed the
late James M. Walsh, as Supreme
Treasurer of the order.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. April 17. Maximum tempe
rature. 53 degrees; minimum, 46. River
reading at S A. M., 11.3 feet; change In last
24 hours, 0.1 foot. Total precipitation, 5 P.
M. to 5 P. M., 0 18 Inch; total since Septem
ber 1, 190s. 40.13 inches; normal, 40.24
Inches; deficiency, 0.10 Inch. Total sunshine
April 1ft. 1907. 46 minutes; possible, IS hours
$6 minutes, Barometer (reduced to aea level)
at P. M . 30 SI Inches.
The British Columbia disturbance has
reused showers during the last ia hour In
. Northern Oregon. Washington and Western
Idaho. It la cooler In Eastern Oregon and
Southwestern Idaho, while elsewhere In the
- rOKTUlXO, OR.
COST OXI XrUIOZt DOLLAR.
1 HOTEL OREGON I
2 CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS. .
Z Portland's New and Modern HoteL Rates $1 per Day and Up. I
- European Plan. Free Bus. -
WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO, Prop. 5
Fifth and Washington Streets PORTLAND, OREGON
C . DAVDCS. FresUen.
St. Charles Hotel
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OR,
EUROPEAN PLAN ROOMS SOe TO $UI
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION
North Pacific States the temperature has
remained nearly stationary.
The indications are for generally fair
weather in this district Thursday with slow
ly rising temperatures.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C...
North Head .....
Salt Lake City...
San Francisco ....
Tatoosh Island . . .
178 0.00 14iN
Portland and vicinity Pair and warmer;
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair ana warmer; northwest winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Northern Idaho Fair and warmer.
Southern Idaho Fair west. possibly
showers east portion; warmer.
EDWARD A BEALS,
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AUCTION BALES TODAY.
At Giiman's auction rooms. 411 Washington
street, at 10 o'clock A. M. 8. L. N. GUman,
At residence, ISO Hall at. Sale by the
Portland Auction Rooms at 10 A. M. sharp.
C. L. Ford, auctioneer.
At residence, 142 Grand ave. North. Sale
by the Portland Auction Rooms at 2 P. M.
sharp. C. L. Ford, auctioneer.
At Baker's Auction House, corner Alder
and Park sts.; furniture, etc. Sale at 10
o'clock. Baker & Son, Auctioneer.
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 114.
A. F. ac A. M Stated communi
cation this Thursday) evening,
7:30 o'clock. Masonic Temple.
Third and Alder sts. Official
visit and address by the M. w.
Grandmaster. A. F. A A. M.. of Oregon. All
M. M. Invited. B. S. PAGUE, Secretary.
8CHERMERHORN Mrs. Mary C, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lawler.
at Los Angeles, Cal., April 18. Funeral
BARR IN THIS CITY. APRIL IT. AT THE
family residence, oil Mississippi ave.,
Henry C. Barr, aged S4 years and 29 days.
Funeral notice hereafter.
KILET In this city, April IT. at the family
residence, 123 North 21st St.. Mary Klley,
aged 60 years, beloved wife of William
Klley. Funeral announcement later.
JORGENSEN In this city, April 17. at Good
Samaritan Hospital, Valdemar jorgensen,
of 879 Gantenbeln ave., aged S3 years, 11
months and 5 days. Funeral notice later.
MOORE In this city. April IT. at the fam
ily residence, 64S Rodney ave., Walter P.
Moore, aged 75 years. The funeral serv
ices will be held at the above residence at
2 P. M. today (Thursday). Interment
GARPNBR In this city, April 18. Helen E.
Gardner, aged IS years, 2 months, 80 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services, which will be held at
Holman'a chapel, corner Third and Salmon
sts., at 2 P. M. today (Thursday), April 18.
Interment Rtvervlew Cemetery.
Donning, McEntec Jr OUbangb, Funeral rH
reetora, 7th Ftnc Phone M. 430. Lady asst.
XRICSON TJNTIEKTAKINO CO.. 400 Aide
St. Lady assistant. Phone Main SIM.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Funeral Direct,
era, tto 3d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. a7.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO, Funeral Direct
ors, IIS RuoaeiL East 108$. Lady assistant.
J. F. ITXIJET SON, Funeral Directors.
No. 21 Sd at., cor. Madison, phone Main S.
F. B. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414
Alder. Lady assistant. Phone East ax.
A. B. REMSTOCK Faneral director. E.
lSlb. CmaUiia. Ph. SeUnood 1L Lady see t.
Ml TlUIUIt ill
a to anew
X. C BU1V1M,
a . DAVIS, Be sal Tills.
M. A. A. C. AND THIRD REGIMENT
10TH AND COUCH
Tonight, Friday, April 19, and Saturday
Biggest Local Show Ever Attempted, with
a Galaxy of Star Performers, in a
TYPICAL CIRCUS PERFORMANCE.
Two Rings 400 People 40 Horses a Sing
ing Spectacle of Mixed Voices, and Many
PRICES! 4000 SEATS AT 500, 1000 RE
SERVED AT t AND $1.50.
Seats on ante at Sherman, Clay A Co.,
Sixth, and Morrison atreeta.
HEILIG THEATER ,
KSi "When We Were Twenty-One."
JS&JW-'l GILDED FOOL "
SEAT SALE OPENS SATURDAY.
Evening prices Lower floor, 10 rows, $2;
last 8 rows. S1.50. Balcony. SI, 75c, 60c
Gallery, 35c and 26c.
Matinee prices Lower floor, $1.50 and SL
Balcony, SI, 70c, 60c Gallery, 35c, 25c
Phone Main t
Geo. L. Baker, Gen. Mgr.
Rome of the Baker Theater Stock Company.
Portland's Fashionable Popular-Price Play
house. All ' This Week. Evening 8:15.
J. M. Barrio's Celebrated
"THE ADMIRABLE RJCHTON."
A Comedy in Four Aots. Magnificent Scen
ery and Settings. Personal Direction
Mr. Arthur Mackler.
Evening Prices 25c, 35c, Boo.
Matinee ice. 25c.
Next Week ''The Prodigal Son.
EMPIRE THEATER SlSUT.
Milton W. Seaman, Manager.
Tonight All Week Matinee Saturday
The Last Road Attraction of the Season
The Bcreamlnc Farce Comedy.
Nothing but Laughs Regular Empire
Next Week "The Black Hand.
THE STAR Mha,n49l
THE ALLEN STOCK CO PRESENTS
The Romantic Drama,
By HARKINS & HARBOUR.
Mat. Tues., Thurc, Sat. and Sundays; prices
10c and 2 6c. Every evening: at 8;15; prices
10c, 20c and 30c. Reserved seats secured by
Telephone Main Ml6.
Portland's Popular Stock Bonse. Every
Afternoon and Evening This Week. Lyric
Stock Company In
"Aero the Potomac.
Reserved seats can now be secured In ad
vance from 10 M. to 10 P. M. Dally
matinees at usuai time. Evening perform
ances at 8:15. Saturday and Sunday eve
nings; first performance at 7:15.
WEEK OF APR. IS.
Vaudeville Te Luxe.
Herbert 'a Troupe of
50 Educated Dogs SO
In Leaping and
Looping; the Loop.
Greatest liog Act In
Sotb. Century Min
strel. Turtle May.
SIS Worcester Building.
P.0C. Pactfl isoT.
Price Only $5500
Worth $7000. Monthly income $50;
annual, $600. Must be sold this week.
One 8-room new, and one 7-room old
house, and lot 50x50, on Seventh st.;
worth $7000, any way you figure it.
J. franY porter
' 222 "Washington St.
Buy Business Property
BOxtOO on S3d St., 200 feet north of Wash,
tngton st. This is a business lot and will
be worth ISOOO In a very short time.
REED, FIELDS TYNAN COMPANY.
103 Second Et. Phone Main 7004
Modern B-room house, built for home,
corner lot, 2th and E. Tarahill: furnace,
coll. ens vrater beater, - etc; terma.
H. P. PALMER
222 Tallin Bid.
AUCTION OF HORSES
A Biff Sale of Heavy Draft Horsea Will
Take Place at the
WESTERN HORSE MARKET
97 VALENCIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
On Tuesday, April 23rd, 1907
SALE BEGINS AT ft A. M. AND CON
TINUES UKTIIi 11 P. M.
Tbip ! the greatest collection of all-purpose
Horse ever offered and will Ije sold
without reserve or limit. Every animal
will be guaranteed as represented, and will
te shown to harness during or after the
WB WILL. BELL:
Fifty head of the heaviest Draft Horses
ever brought to California, weighing from
1700 to 2100 pounds.
Kitty head of Matrhed Teams, weigh
ing from 1250 to 1500 pounds, suitable
for wagon work.
Fifty head or single and double Driv
ing Horses, weighing from 11 to 1500
Fifty head of gentle Delivery Wagon
Horses, all weights and sizes.
Two hundred head of the Justly
. celebrated and well-known double
square Button Horses, weighing from
1000 to 1400 pounds, , all gentle halter
broken; they are without doubt the
finest lot of sound young Horses ever
offered at public sale.
Come farmers, come dealers, corns busi
ness men. come one, come all. It will pay
you to take a holiday. San Francisco Is the
cheapest market on the Coast for Horses.
WESTERN HORSE MARKET,
29T Valencia Street, San Francisco,
E. STEWART ft CO., Auctioneers,
Bargains for a
Few Days Only
Corner of Seventh and Hoyt streets. The
best buy in that section. Easy terms.
Lot on Seventh street, near Glisan. Nothing-
can excel this In tho warehouse-
Sixth and Waah!ns;ton.
Mala 650. Home Phone A2537.
- Quarter block,
Seventeenth and Glisan.
N. W. Corner.
Modern flats, steam heated.
Net annual income
f 20,000 Cash to Handle.
Morgan, Sweet & Chapman
Phone Main 201 S.
21S Abtngton Bids.
ft4,000i S. XV. Corner First and Conch.
$36.000 Konr-story Brick. Front and Oak.
CB0.000 8. W. Comer Hnl and Davis.
(13,000 S. K. -blork. 25th and Thurman.
$12,500 Lot on Wash ins; ton Street.
(11,000 Ixt and Stores on Thurman Street.
(9,000 4-hlock, Imp., 19th and Raleigh.
(4,250 Houie and Lot on Thurman.
(5,50 1 Vt -lot and House on Tnurmaa.
(1,000 House and Ixit, 19th and Quimbr.
(5,200 V.-block, K. nth and Bum.ide.
(4,000 Whole Block, 26th and Division.
(3,200 (-room House. West Irvinffton.
J?,200 Corner Grand ave, and Schuyler.
1,500 N. W. Corner E. 11th and Tillamook
(1,300 lock and House, Eliza street.
As to rentals on the above Inquire at our
office. Our phone la Main 6476.
90 Fifth St., Kr Stark.
Quarter block on 2d st, with fine build
ing; leased tor .three years at $3000 yearly-will
brine more after that.
Will got (50,000 for It this Fnll.
WHITING & ROUNTREE
824 Third Street
For nonresidents. 50x100, corner, 9 blocks
from T. M. C. A. building. $1000 below mar
ket. Some Improvements.
T. O. NORTHS CP CO.,
211 Commercial Block.
We offer lot 60x100 with two grood houses
that will pay 10 per cent net on price
asked. The property Is In first-class
condition, near school and 2 carllnes
and on West Side. Sea us early.
Phone Main 345. 246 Stark st-
Business building, well located, on Rus
sell street, paying about 11 per cent. Good
F. O. NORTHBLP CO,
Sll Commercial Block.
Sixth and HalseySts.
(0x100 and two new modern 6-room
houses, on the northeast corner Sixth and
MALL & VON BORSTEL
10 Second St. and 302 E. Burnslde SL
NEW 3-STORY BUILDING
Full lot. near Steel bridge, income 9128
per mi. nth, secured by lease. This Is a
splendid Investment. Halt cash.
E. J. GEISER
22114 Morrison St. Phone Pacific 644.
80x100 and 6-room house. No. 696 Mult
nomah st. We can make terms.
MALL & VON BORSTEL
104 Second St and S92 E. Burnslde St
Buy Business Property
8 Oil 00. -with four Rood flats, en Hoyt
atr.et. Income $120 pr month.
RKED, FIELDS a V COMPANY,
103 bpcond St Phons Mala T044.
1 1th Near Montgomery
TTTX I. or. rooms, ttrnact:. I"I RE
TT. atk, CEMENT BASEMENT AND
WALKS. S35O0 CASH. JTOB FCRTHEB
VAKTICVLAKS SEE VS.
Few Days Only
Pl'IX LOT, CORNER TTH AND COL
LEGEi WELL IMPROVED.
CORNER BRICK, WEST SIDE
l.FASKD FOR 10 TEA RS AT A If
AVERAGES OF 1 .12.."iO PER MONTH.
SOUTHWEST CORNER 14TH AND IRV
WO 8 FINEST LOCATION IN THE CITVj
Lament & Harris
S08-7 S WETLAND BLDG.
Who Wants Lents
WE HAVE THE BEST BUYS IN
20 ACRES IN CULTIVATION,
$350 PER ACRE
10 ACRES, WITH HOUSE,
$400 PER ACRE
10 ACRES, HOUSE and ORCHARD,
$600 PER ACRE
10 ACRES, PARTLY CLEARED,
$300 PER ACRE
20 ACRES, PARTLY CLEARED,
$225 PER ACRE
ALL FINE TOR PLATTING-
20214 Stark Street, City.
, FOR SALE CHEAP
A New Bungalow
Five rooms, corner lot, 50x124 ; por
celain bath and plumbing throughout
first-class; nice attic, tinted walls;
near Mount Tabor carline; $300 or
more down, balance easy terms.
C. H. THOMPSON, Owner
128 Third Street. ;
Nearest Tract to Center of City.
12 minutes from Third and Washington sts.
and S minutes' walk. Our price $1000 acra.
NO BRIDGES NO DELAYS.
Same distance east of oenter; lots salllns; at
2000 each, and west of. center, $5000 each.
YEREX BROS. COMPANY
Phone Main 133. 301 Goodnotish bid;.
COUNCIL CREST PARK
The most fashionable residence dis
trict in the city. Choice lots on grad
ed streets near carline $500 each.
Yerex Bros. Company
302 Goodnough Bldg.
Phone Main 133.
Commanding magnificent View of
City, Mountains and Valley. Cheap
est sightly acreage in city $1000 per
Yerex Bros. Company
302 Goodnough Bldg.
Phone Main 138.
In established real estate business In Port
land; must be s hustler with executive
ability, capable of managing office and
familiar Kith Portland realty market. First
class reference and some capital required.
Good opening to the right man. Write to
Hood River office and make appointment to
meet In Portland the latter part of this
J. H. HEIXBRONNER CO.,
Hood Klver, Oregon.
Is Just west of the Piedmont carbarn oa
the St. Johns line.
Not Grove baa Ball Bon water and every
lot is a carden.
No bis; advertlsementa, bat Instead biff
Tatars to buyers. .Lots are 9375 to f4M.
Not Grove office Is at Riverside Station
In charge of Z. J. Gouett.
G. H. Van Houten, 204 Lumber Exchange.
ftRX Prr Month.
$12,000 Will Bny.
Leasrd for Two Yrars.
IB FEB CENT KJEX.
Jl Main S92.
3S4 Stark at.
H. AY. LEMCKE
Corner on Vaughn street, producing food
Extra largo Sixth-street corner, close to
Corner on Sixth street, near new Y. M. C.
A. building;, now more than self
supporting;. This corner
will advance soon.
House on 'Marshall street, thU side of
100x300 feet on Portland Heights. This
without a doubt is the best
viewpoint In the city.
Full lot close to the Custom-Ho use. Noi
produces 960 a month.
House and lot on Main street, near King.
A most desirable home.
We have some of the finest view prop
erty on the heights, both In houses
and vacant lots. Let us show you.
H. W. LEMCKE CO.
Sixth and Washington.
Main 650. Home Phone A2537.
Quarter block on 4th st., worth J50.000
$10,000 cash; some Income. This is like
Brick buildlnar and lot, 60x100, on 3d
St. Income, Jltf
Three-story brick, corner; paying 10 per
cent on investment. See
BoIIam, Grussi &
128 Third St.
New building, situated 17th and Mar
shall; suitable for small hotel and saloon,
grocery and market, feedstore, drugstore
or could be made a very convenient Rus
sian bathhouse; In fact, suitable for any
business; 14 good rooms, with large base
ment and two stores. Lease entire prop
erty (100 per month.
Portland Trust Company
S. B. Cor. 3d and Oak. Phone Ex. 72.
Th choicest selection In Eastern Oregon;
meadow land and range sufficient for thou
sands of cattle; mild climate; beautiful lo
cation: luxuriant pasturage; bountifully
watered. $10,000 net annual Income can be
realized on this ranch. For further particu
lar i sea owner today at office of
B. S. COOK & CO.
231 Aldsr St.
FOB 8AI.E BEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALB A BARGAIN, T-ROOM MODERN
house, sightly lot, Holladay Park. Inquire of
owner. 818 Clackamas at. Phon at
This la a snap.
BY OWNER, AT 98T WILLIAMS AVE., MOD
ern 6-room house on 50x100 well-improved
' lot. If buying;, see this property or inquire
Tl Labbe bide.
L BARGAIN LOT 60x100 FEET, SHAF
fera Addition, on Benton st., one blonk
from car. Jenne, Trimble Js Trimble, 411
13000 JU8T COMPLETING 6-ROOM
house on Hawthorne ave. Will finish to
suit purchaser. U. C Davis Co., ltf Ham
SNAP HAWTHORNE PARK LOT, 50x100,
east facing; the only one left at low
price of J0O0; ideal home site. X 20,
NEW, MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE, 3 LOTS.
4 blocks north Goddard Sta., near Mc
Kenna Junction. M. H. . Tower, on
$1500 BUYS HOME. 60x200, I BLOCKS
from car; good barn; $ jO0 down, balance
mall monthly payments. 131 Third st.,
BOlfsBS. ALL PARTS OF CTTT. BUILT AO
old OB raatallmeata. Kroner, 10-17 Cam
brides bide., southwest cor. Sd aad llorrtsoa.
J2S50 6-ROOM HOUSE. WEST SIDE,
walklnsr distance, rented 325 per month; lot
25x100. Miller. 416 Chamber Commerce.
FIVE) ACRES ON OREGON CITT LINE;
beautiful bulldinjr lte. .3000. H. J. Stark
weather, R. F. ., Mllwaukle, Or.
MODERN 6-ROOM BUNGALOW. NEW,
$2400; 9400 down, balance $25 monthly.
Phone owner, Woodlawn 197.
WILL TRADE PRODUCTIVE WASHING
ton St. property for acreage. M. C. Davis
Co.. 16 Hamilton bids.
WANTED INCOME OR FUTURE Busi
ness property, $2000 to $20,000, Owners
only. W 24, Oregonlan. -
CHEAP HOMES EVERT PART CITT, $950
up; easy terms. Mutual Realty Co.. 303
Washington, room 7.
6-ROOM HOUSE. MAGNIFICENT VIEW,
cplendld fruit, near car; easy terms. Owner,
813 Commercial blk.
FOR SALE CORNER LOT, 25TH AND
Salmon. $2100. Inquire of owner, 129
East 12th St.
AT A BARGAIN.
9 lots, East 25th, near Alberta at. Address
T 44, Oregonlan.
$3000 FOR CHOICE FULL LOT IN WALK-
in it distance, u. Jamison, ou ssarquam DiQc.
$30nO FOR CHOICE FULL LOT TN WAI.K
Ins; distance. O. Jamlaon, 503 Marquam biUg.
SNAP 4xlll;EAST ANKBNT; $900;
terma. F. Dubois. Washington feldf., room 3.
FOR SALE REAL ZsTATB.
TN RESIDENCE LOTS. CLOSE IN. I
we have a bunch of lots on the Sandy
road, which begins at B. 16th and E. Davis;'
ro contract oa them before anyona
Knew there was going to be a streetcar Una
2?.road' and- bv ,h r. the tlrat piece
r track was laid on this road yesterday; wa
property in tho very near future. These
clL Jf.-!1 ,.h:m ,ha "" n make a
?Mr.P5T ', ln ,n 6 months. There ar.
imSt.,'.? th" ,ec,lon "d ,he d""-
Sw?,uT lot" '"-a" '
BANEf- COLLINSON A STARR,
" hi., corner ot oak.
"bo1 HK!00. MODE11N S ROOM
ivuvS?., "S. "' near L-Jd.
S-fl'!ft,S3:tJ0 l"". one and on.
wSTside fr per month- n"r '
BUmMr'iJ501100' "food 7- house. 16
minutes' walk, on the Wert Side
A. J. FARMER fc CO..
Koomao. Wuhlngtoa Bldg.
A rINF ARTISTIC HOME ON THE WKT- '
fh? r SEn ZlWi Tabr- "'"looking the city,
the river and the surrounding country; goii
lS'. ",lck'n, Park- barn Jid other out
:vp.r!ce &50- Tnla Proj-erty la
home 10,WH to peron anui an ideal
OHIO REALTY CO.
408 Commercial bldg.
Phone Pacific 27.
7?S"SBI1 RESIDENCE LOT ON E. YAM
hill: cheapest on street. ,
a H?elmont lot; cm'nt aldewalk,
abiv9 'ret; worth $IWO.
mo,nytltc!sn6om b0WH iB C"7 t0t tt
See nie before buying elsewhere.
V. PAOE HARRIS. I
Belmont and East 25th.
$7500 FOUR FLATS ON RUSSELL, NEAf
Klrby; rent $60 per month, $3500)
x'JSnHKU.e a,nd Iot on ,8,n Bear Northrup.;
iJSJtfolS? Willamette Heights.
t-rSi2r100' " Unlon ave- n, Sellwood.
.) I Mi on 12th, between Skldmora ana
$350 -Lot comer of Skldmor and 13th.
H. NUNN, 652 Sherlock block. i;
EXCEPTIONAL WEST SIDE BUY.
Modern home of 5 large rooms on sightly;
i.'hi- "?," '."' Portland "elghta dIMriou
' hLn. 200 f f two- wllnea. can hi
bought for the very low figure of $2800, for
a few fta yn
HAQBMANN ft BLANCHARD. 1. Bth t. J
300 T-ROOM HOUSE, NEW AND MOD-;
ern. furnace, fireplace, bathroom anrt Wtchr.i
tiled, gas an electric fixturea. weatheredl
oak finish: full cement basement, cement
walks; paved streets, 60x100 lot: oaa block:
from carline: $1500 caah, balaiwe aaey
monthly payments. Owner, Mala 1&42.
MODERN 7-ROOM RESIDENCQ IN HAW
thorne Park; construction the very best.
practically new, furnace. Dae fireplace, both
up and downstair. full cement floored
basement, lot 60x100, south facing, cement
sidewalks. Price thta week $5500; half cash,
down. K 28, Oregonlan.
FREB TALLYHO EXCURSION CALL AT
our office. 205 14 Morrison t.. room 2. for
free tickets on our four-horee tallyho real
estate excursion. Woodstock lots, looxino.
Jio down, $10 month. Tremont lots, 40x120.
0 1 down, $5 month. Houses and lots everv
where for everybody. SBQ WILKINS FIRST.
.1 7? buv a molrn 7-room home on a
sightly corner, close In. on Borthwlck et. :
house new and up to date; email cash pay
Sown: et Particulars at once.
HAGEMANN & BLANCH A RD, 91 5th at
I HAVE 95 ACRES IN HEART OF ESTA
cada, will sell for just $4200; .10 acres
cleared, new 6-room house, goo barn, fina
orchard, all kinds of berries, well fencc-d;
all can be cultivated; excellent buy. J. A.
Moelmke. 208 Commercial block.
$5000 ELEGANT SEVEN-ROOM MODERN
house near 23d st. in choice Nob Hill dis
trict, all conveniences, street Improve
ments, cement sidewalk. This is a bar
gain. Part cash. 836 Chamber of Com
mcrce. Phone Main 1348.
CHOICEST CORNER ON PORTLAND
Heights, 1 block from carline, 100x100; beau
tiful view of city and mountains, fruit trees,
lawn and 9-room modern house; finest neigh
borhood in city. Address Q.42. Oregonlan.
SNAPS IN WEST SIDE LOTS.
4 beautifully lecated lots, facing east.
s blocks from school and car South Port
land. $325 to $550: part cash.
208 4th. Telephone Pac 2125 or Main 8690.
WEST SIDH, CLOSE IN.
$5000 New 6-room modern house; good
surroundings, full cement basement walls;
graded streets, etc. Phone Mala 1942
D. W. HEILMAN. 304 Ablngton Bldg.
CHOICE ACREAGB TRACT.
Just beyond Fulton Park, half in eultlv.
tlon, only $225 per acre; fine spot for lltUB
B. S. COOK CO.,
251 Alder Street.
ON B. PINB ST. $1800 FOR 6-ROOM
house, corner lot.
$1000 for 4-room house, lot 40x100.
$1200 for 6-room house. Inside lot.
DODSON at BECKEI, 418 Chamber of Com.
I HAVE 3K ACRES ON THE BAST BIDeT
finest location In all Portland, an ideal
ground for a magnificent home. Only re-
sponsible parties need apply. James 6ar-i
gent, Portland Hotel. j
EAST 22D $350 CASH; 6-ROOM HOUSB AND)
lot, basement, concrete walks: bargain.!
$2O00. Pioneer Investment Co., 518 Common-1
. wealth bldg.. Sixth and Burnslde. Brands'
242 Fifth. I
FOR 6AL1B FIRST MORTGAGES ON OOOQ
Portland real estate, about $4000; will dis
count face 10 per cent for cash until April
2.1. Webb, 380 East Washington St. Phona
East 1116. ,
I WILL SACRIFICE I
Good, modern 8-room house, lot 50x136. oili
carline. $250 down. Easy terms on re-t
malnder. T. B. Dodson, 418 Chamber efi
IHB ONLY 2 WEST SIDE LOTS ANY-" 1
where near this figure on Montgomery st.
35x100, $2750 each: come quick, take choice; i
they'll soon go. 403 Marquam. Owner, Malm,
FINE CORNER ON DAWSON 6T. RIGHT
where activity reigns; will go tor $000 if
.taken at once: small cash paymestt.
HAGEMANN A BLANCHARD. 91 5th st. !
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE, FULL BASEMT7NT, i
all the furslture, fruit trees, lot 60x100,
Grand ave. N. ; price $1100: terms. Dodsos, J
Si Becket, 418 Chamber of Commerce.
BIG SNAP JUST THINK I SS FINB LOT9
on Portland Boulevard, near car. only $:!5oO; :
worth today $5700; terms. F. Dubois, Wash- '
ington bldg., room 1.
ST. JOHNS, LOT 66x200, FENCED, BEAR-;
lng fruit trees, small house, city water; 1
price $800. Dodson st Becket, 41ft Chamber -of
SNAP FINB 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
East 28th. lot alone worth $1000, all for
$2650; terms. F. Dubois, Washington bldg., '
POSITIVELY A SNAP CLEAN ROOMING-
'house in good location, 28 rooms; owner
wants to retire; no agents. V 87, Orego
nlan. $3200 8-ROOM RESIDENCE) IN PORTLAND;
40 Seres fine timber, several springs, near
Forest Grove; part cash. Phone East 6297.
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE AND FRACTIONAL
lot on IS. Second St.; price $1750; terms.
Dodson & Becket, 418 Chamber of Commerce.
FIRST OF MAY THREE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, clean and comfoi auble, or flat of
6 or 6 rooms, close In. X 37, Oregonlan.
STORE BUILDING. ROOMS ABOVE AND
mall lot; Income $30 month; price $27n). i
227 Washington St., 8 and 9. Pacific 1218,
$200 WILL HANDLE ANOTHER FINE LOT
In Piedmont; $800 will buy 125x100 In
Piedmont. 720 Chamber ot Commerce. (
$200 WILL HANDLE 10 LOTS ON ST.
Johns carline; 100x82. corner, on St. Johns
carline. 720 Chamber of Commerce.
8PECIAL 50x100. WILLIAMS AVE. ;
monthly income $91; price $M500; terms. F. ,
Dubois, Washington bldg., room 3.
6-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW, $2300, $300
down. $25 monthly: nice location. Phone
owner. Woodlawn 197.
SACRIFICE 5 ACRES. IMPROVED. NEAR
car; must have money; leaving ctty; terms. '
813 Commercial blk.
DIRECT FROM OWNER WEST SIDE, NEW ,
6-room modem house; snap, $3750; easy
terms. 242 Fifth.
ONE LOT AND 2-STOP.T HOUSB, INCLUD
Ing furniture, for sale. 327 Water st. Re
agent need call.
WANTED TO BUY 4 OR 6-ROOM COT
tage. modern; state price and location. N:
$2000 BUYS 8 ACRES OF LAND CLOSE IN,
suitable to suooiviae; terms; no agents, n
IPH1M AOFTNtrr. $08 1 STARK ST.. CAJf
ell your business propetti or rutteao -