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THE MOItNIXU . OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, lifvo.
HEAD OF ST. PAUL
ROAD VISITS CITY
President Earling Spends En
tire Day in Inspecting
LOOKING FOR TERMINALS?
Rail-way Magnate Kefuscs to TUbcuss
Object of Trip Into Oregon, bnt
Extension to This City
Coming to Portland wholly unan
nounced. President A. J. Earling, of the
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul, yester
day looked over the local terminal situa
tion with care and departed as quietly
as ho had come, saying only that his
visit had no significance from a railroad
viewpoint. Accompanied by his party
and H. S. Rowe, general agent here for
the St. Paul, President Earling boarded
a launch yesterday afternoon and went
over the harbor carefully, examining each
available terminal location. The trip
was extended to Vancouver. "Wash., and
It was late yesterday afternoon when the
party returned to the city.
President Earling said .this trip was
chiefly for pleasure. After conferences
with local business men, he went to his
private car, the St. Paul, and retired
early. His car was attached to North
ern Pacific train No. 3, leaving Portland
at V:45 last night.
Tt has been taken for granted for a
long time that the St. Paul will build to
Portland upon the completion of. the ex
tension to tidewater on Puget Sound, and
although Presidpnt Earling has been ad
vised of this belief, he has never denied
that this is his intention. On the other
hand, however, he has never confirmed
It. His frequent visits to the city and
his Interest in matters here are regarded
as sufficient proof, however, that the re
port is true.
Work Is Done Secretly.
That he has been looking for suitable
terminals here for the past two years is
known positively. He has worked in se
cret for obvious reasons and so- far as
known he has not yet closed any deal for
properties in this city for terminals for
his road. But that negotiations have
been going on for some time Is a fact.
There Is no longer any doubt that the
St. Paul will come to Portland soon after
It reaches the Puget Sound country.
In what way Portland will be reached,
whether from Puget Sound or by a line
to be extended southward from the Pasco
country. Is still a secret. How the line
will enter the city Is not known. It has
been suspected for some time that the
O. W. P. line from Falrvlew to the river
front at the east end of the Madison
street bridge would be the avenue by
which the Milwaukee road would reach
terminals In this city, but although this
property Is understood to have been un
der consideration by the Milwaukee offi
cials. It has not been puchased.
When asked yesterday as to the proba
bility of his road building to Portland,
President Earling returned the same
answer he has given a number of times
before upon hfs visits here: that the time
Is not ripe for such an announcement, as
his company Is now engaged In complet
ing Its extension west to Puget Sound.
His remarks warrant the inference that
as soon as that Is accomplished, he will
turn his attention to this terirtory.
Has Nothing to Say.
"There Is nothing I can say." said he.
"In regard to further railroad building
by our people after the Puget Sound ex
tension Is completed. The project upon
which we are engaged la large enough
to take all our attention now. I do not
care to discuss probabilities, or what we
may do In the future.
"We expect to have trains rnnning Jnto
Taeonia, and Seattle by April . of next
year. In time to get our Bhare of the 1909
Exposition travel. Within the next two
months we will be running Into Butte,
Mont, Our extension west from Evarts
S. V., has already progressed about 600
President Earling came direct to Port
land from Chicago over the Union Pa
cific. KVom Puget Sound he will go East
over the Great Northern and his own
lines, making an inspection of the road
already completed. Members of his party
will take a side trip to Vancouver, B. C,
for pleasure, but it Is not likely that
President Earling will go further north
than the Upper Sound.
With President Earling on the trip are
Ms two sons, George P. Earling and 8.
M. Earling. A. IThrlaub and C. A. Good
row, 'directors of the C. M. & St. P.;
SI an ley Field, nephew of the late Mar
shall Field, and President Earllng's sec
retary. The party came West from Chi
cago. BRIDGE VEARIXG COMPLETION
Railway Viaduct, Will Be Finished
by Early Summer.
Such good progress is being made on
the new Portland & Seattle Railway
bridge across the Willamette below the
city that It is expected the huge steel
structure will be completed eariy In the
Summer, so that trains will be operated
over the new line Into this city. About
W workmen are employed on the con
struction, which Is under the direction
of Engineer Ernest Nlckerson.
Spans 4 and 6, together with the ap
proach ' at the west side of the river,
have been swung, and work Is now being
done on span 1 on the east bank of the
river. The spans on the west side of
the river are completed up to the draw
pier, and the east side spans will be
built before work is started on the draw
span, which will be erected last. .,,
The bridge will carry a double track,
and ties are now being placed on the
completed spans for the laying of rails.
Before the Willamette and Columbia
bridges are completed, the new road will
run its trains into Portland over the
Northern Pacific line from Vancouver
to Kalama, Wash., and across the ferry
to Goble, where they will run over the
Northern Paoiflo tracks to the terminals
In North Portland.
IMPORTANT ARTICLES FILED
- North Bank Changes Name, In
creases Capital and Will Extend.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Jan. 19. (Spe
cial.) Three supplementary articles of
Incorporation were filed this morning,
the first changing the name of the
North Bank road from the Portland &
Seattle Railway Company to the Spo
kane. Portland & Seattle Railway Com
pany. Another article authorizes the
company to extend the Una from Ken
newlck to Spokane, and a third raises
the capitalization to J25, 000,000. The
stock Is divided Into 2o0,0.lrt shares at
a par value of J100 per share.
These articles were drawn up and
signed yesterday at a meeting of the
board of directors of the Portland & j
Seattle Railway Company at this place. !
Today the officials of the Portland & 1
Seattle and the- Northern Pacific Rail
way Company went on a tour of in
spection of the North Bank road. They
visited and inspected the new Colum
bia River bridge and the works of the
Swift Packing .Company across the
river. The party then proceeded up
I the river inspecting the new road.
Figures on Immigration.
Bulletins received by Portland railroad
offices from New York shew the num
ber of Immigrants - received at Ellis
Island during the year 1907. First cabin
passengers from Europe numbered 94.9G1;
second cabin, 156,470; and steerage passen
gers during the year numbered 1,036,156.
The data are furnished by William C.
Moore, landing agent at Ellis Island.
These figures da not include various
other American ports of entry, among
which are Baltimore, Boston, Philadel
phia, Galveston, New Orleans and the
Canadian ports of Quebec, St. John and
Halifax. The immigrants reaching these
ports outside of New York would prob
ably number 500,000 more during the year.
Joins Rock Island Forces.
I. T. Rlckards has been appointed by
C. A. Hunter, general agent of the Rovk
Island lines here, as assistant passenger
agent, to succeed George F. Sheran, who
has been promoted to be city passenger
agent, vice A. G. Richardson, resigned.
Mr. Rlckards was formerly connected
with the general offices of the Rock
Island system at Chicago. He will com
mence on his new duties this morning.
NORWAY'S SONS ORGANIZE
Local Lodge of Growing Order Has
Twenty-five Charter Members.
Prominent Norwegian residents of the
city organized a Portland lodge of the
Sons of Norway of the Pacific last night,
.at Drew Hall. There ' were 25 charter
members of the order, which promises to
take a prominent place among the fra
ternal organizations of Portland.
Considerable interest has been shown
for some time in the organization of a
lodge here. The order has attained con
siderable prestige In the Middle West,
having a strength of 6000 members In
four states. On the Pacific Coast It
numbers 700 members. Haakon J. Lan
goe, who was elected vice-president of
the lodge, has been active for some time
In working up Interest In tha movement
to form a lodge In Portland. W. B.
CJlson, of Seattle, who was at one tltne
president of the grand lodge, was pres
ent last night and helped form the local
The following officers were elected:
President, A. Mones; vice-president, H.
J. Langoe; Judge, John Berdahl: secre
tary, Elias Dahl; financial secretary, O.
Jemtegaard; treasurer, John Carlson;
regent, Tom Sampson; marshal, S. Louis;
inner guard. Gunvald Klepp; outer guard.
CARRENO SALE TOMORROW
Seats for the World's Greatest
Pianiste at the Marquam.
At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the
Marquam box office the seat sale for Car
reno opens, and as her coming has been
eagerly anticipated by everybody the au
dience which will greet Carreno next
Monday evening will be a most represen
tative one. The recital Is under the
direction of Lois Steers-Wynn Coman,
and will be at the Marquam Theater Feb
ruary 3, Monday evening. Carreno has
been creating the biggest of sensations
throughout the East this past few weeks
and has everywhere been hailed as the
equal, and by many critics as the supe
rior, of many of the celebrated pianists
of the stronger sex. Her work Is so
virile, so full of almost masculine strength
and fervor, yet also full of the delightful
sentiment and romantic tenderness of her
own sex. The programme she will pre
sent on Monday will be the finest offered
here for years, and will exhibit the per
former In her gentler moods, as well as
her passionate and tumultuous ones.
Dr. and Mrs. William Hiram Foulkes
went to Albany last night. They will re
F. A. Lalse, of Marshfleld, has re
turned from a four months" visit at
his former home In Cleveland, O. He
arrived In Portland yesterday on his
way to Coos Bay.
D. E. Keasey, who spent the past
three months at his ranch at Sauvles
Island, returned to Portland yesterday.
He says the real estate market never
looked better to him than at present,
and ho predicts activity from now on.
particularly In residence lota.
Martin V. Merle, of San Franclsso, is
In the city the guest of Floyd B. Cook.
Mr. Merle is one of the best known liter
ary men on the Coast and has made a
National reputation as the author of
"The Light Eternal" and other plays. He
Is now at work on a number of plays and
sketches which are expected to create a
furore, some of which are soon to be seen
In Portland. Mr. Merle Is spending the
days of bis visit in seeing the town and
Its environs and declares it to be one of
the most progressive and beautiful places
on the continent. He will leave for New
York on Friday evening.
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. 6peclal.) The
following people from the Northwest reg
istered at New York hotels today:
From Portland F. A. Bush, at the
Prince George; J. Edwards, at the Cad
lilac; M. W. Schwartz, at the Wellington;
A. B. Cousins, at the Breslin.
From Seattle W. L. Dudley, at tha Im
perial. From Tacoma D. Goss. at the Seville:
R. J. Quick, at the Cadillac; I VT Stev
ens, at the Park Avenue.
From Spokane Miss J. Weil, at the
Hoffman; F. Breen, at the Imperial; A.
C. Ware, at the Grand. i
Seat Sale Tomorrow at Heilig for
"George Washington, Jr."
The advance seat sale will onen tomor
row. Friday, morning at 10 o'clock, at box
office, the Helllg Theater. Fourteenth and
WMhlnKton streets, for Cohan Harris
production of aeorse M. Cohan's delightful
musical play. "Georire Waabing-ton. Jr."
Thl excellent ofterlns will be the attrac
tion at tha above theater for three nights,
beginning next Monday. February 8. A
special price matinee will be given on Wed
nesday afternoon. Portland theater-goera
are promised one of the best musical come
dies of the season in this happy entertain
ment. Rank Foolishness.
"When attacked by a cough or a cold
or when your throat is sore, it Is rank
foolishness to take any other medicine
than Dr. King's New Discovery." says
C. O. Eldrldge. of Empire, Ga. "I have
used New Discovery seven years and I
know it is the best remedy on earth for
coughs and colds, croup, and all throat
and lung troubles. My children are
subject to croup, but New Discovery
quickly cures every attack." Known
the world over as the King of throat
and lung remedies. Sold under guar
antee at Woodard, Clarke & Co.'s drug
store. 50c and 11.00. Trial bottle free.
PHOTO CALENDARS HALF PRICE.
10c up. Kiser. 248 Alder st.
Inspect Rosenthal's shoe stor win
dows and tret busy.
DIVORCE IS DENIED
Court Decides Eva Palmerton
Failed to Prove Cruelty.
SAYS SPOUSE IS ANARCHIST
Such -Fact' Xot Sufficient Ground,
Declares Judge Bronangh Two
Xew1 Salts for Divorce Piled In
the State Circuit Court..
According to the decision of Judge Bro
naugi yesterday In refusing to grant Eva
Palmerton a divorce from Orrin Palmer
ton a man may be either an anarchist or
a Socialist and yet not be cruel to his
wife, and the fact that a man is an anar
chist or a socialist does not constitute a
cause for divorce. Further than this
husbands In Oregon even may point their
fingers at their wives, and the latter
cannot find any lawful Temedy.
The Court said he thought the payment
of more than $3000 In three years to the
couple by their parents was unwise,. and
that perhaps If they had been thrown
more on their own resources thers would
have been more harmony In the home. ?
Antonio Del Grosso has filed a divorce
suit against Mary Del Grosso, charging
her with a statutory offense. He names
Guido Consign as co-respondent. The
couple married at Vancouver, Wash., Oc
tober 22, -
Suit for a divorce has also been filed
by H. Wachendorf against Fanny Wach
endorf. Wachendorf alleges cruelty on
the part of- his wife in falsely accusing
him of association with women of bad
character. The couple married December
21. .1880, -
TWO SENT TO PKNITF.XTIAKY
Fonr-Tear Terms Imposed Dy Court
for Small Offenses.
Thera was one arraignment yesterday
before Judge Gantehbeln in the Circuit
Court, and three men were sentenced, two
to serve four years in the penitentiary
and one to serve six months in the county
jail. James Welder and Edward Lee
were sent to the penitentiary. Welder
pleaded guilty recently to obtaining
money on a Jo check from W. H. B.
Smith on October 16, last, while Lee said
he was guilty of stealing carpenter's
tools from the shop of Arthur A. Arend,
at Twentieth and East Salmon streets. '
William Wren 'pleaded guilty yesterday
to having stolen a gold-filled watoh case
from C. A, Blakely, 305 Second Btreet, on
October 197 He will serve six months.
G. Goodes was arraigned pn a statutory
charge, Maggie Cummings being named
as co-respondent He was given until
January SO, 2 P. M., to plead.
Suit on Promissory Note..
In a suit against John P. Sharkey, Jo
seph M. Healy ahd the H. W. Lemcke
Company, filed In the Circuit Court yes
terday, O. G. Emlg seeks to recover $10,
262.50 damages, and $750 attorney's, fees.
It is alleged that Emig holds two promis
sory notes signed by the defendants, for
$3762 and $6500, respectively, payable Janu
ary 1, 1S09. The interest was payable
quarterly, but in case the Interest was not
paid the entire amount of the notes was
to become due. It Is alleged a part of
the Interest is unpaid.
'Warrants Obtained 'Regularly.
A. Tlchner, who was made defendant in
a suit on complaint of Mrs. Belle Preston
charging the fraudulent possession of city
warrants, called at The Oregonian office
last night and sai- his firm came Into
possession of the warrants referred to in
the regular course of business. He ex
hibited a canceled .check made out in the
name of E. M. Preston, the husband of
the plaintiff in the suit, which he says
was drawn for the amount paid for the
Dancing Master Sued by Partner. .
Dancing Master Wal Wilson is being
sued in the Circuit Court by his partner,
Frank B. Winters, through the latter" s
guardian, Clifford A. Lewis. Winters
seeks to recover $300 alleged to have been
paid to Wilson on November 30, 1906. Win
ters was to have half the proceeds of the
dancing school, and to be consulted about
the business. He alleges Willson moved
the personal property of the two from the
AJisky building without Winters' con
sent. Judge Cleland Recovering.
If Judge Cleland's health continues
to mend as 1t has In the last 12 hours
It is probable that he will be In court
next week. Although he had a high
fever Tuesday night, it subsided
towards morning and he was reported
to be resting easy last night. The
worst part of his attack of grip Is be
lieved to be over.
Prospective Citizen Has Long Name.
Perhaps the longest name on record at
the Courthouse which has been placed on
record lately is that of Konstantino Vas
llakopoulos, a Greek, who approached
REOPEN I m
C. A. WHAIE PIANO CO.
112 UNION AVENDE, NEAR E. WASHINGTON
TELEPHONE EAST 23
After suffering1 for seven years,
this woman was restored to health
by Lydia E. Pinltham's Vegetable
Compound. Read her letter.
Mrs. Sallie French, of Pancaunla,
Ind. Terv writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
" I had female troubles for seven
years was all run-down, and so ner
vous I could not do anything. Th
doctors treated me for different troubles
but did me no good. While in this con
dition I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad
vice and took Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and I am now strong
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Piiik
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has Taeen the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periody; pains, backache, that bearing-down
fee liiig, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness,ornervous prostration.
TVhy don't yoi try it?
Don't hesitate to write to Mrs.
Pinkham if there is anything
about'your sickness you do not
understand. She will treat your
letter inconfidenee andadvioeyou
free. .No woman ever regretted
writing her, and because of her
vast experience she has helped
thousands. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Deputy Clerk Wilde yesterday to file dec
larations of bis Intention to become an
American citizen. When ne pronounced
the name Mr. Wilde was stumped, and
was compelled to ask Mr. Vasilakopoulos
to spell It letter by letter while he set it
Mrs. Virginia McElhaney was appointed
by the County Court yesterday adminis
tratrix of the estate of J. D. Bond.
Henry Fuhref has been appointed ad
ministrator of the partnership estate of
Fuhrer Brothers, while John Ray, Mich
ael Welssenfluh and Henry Rax have been
named as appraisers.
Arthur P. Price and C. T. Whitney, as
signees of the Garvin Cyanide Extraction
Company, have filed their inventory with
the Circuit Court, showing the assets of
the firm to be J1262.08.
In a suit filed with the Circuit Court
yesterday the Loewenberg & Going Com
pany seeks an injunction restraining W.
G. Espey from selling sack needles on the
Pacific Coast except as the agent of the
company. It being alleged that be sold his
right to sell needles here to the plaintiff
The case of W. J. Bonn against Edna J.
Woodman and others was dismissed yes
terday by Judge O'Day, as the complaint
did not completely describe the property.
The plaintiff was seeking to recover H8
on a mechanic's lien.
DAILY METKOKOLOGIOAI, REPORT.
. PORTLAND, Or., Jan. 29. Maximum
temperature. 47 degrees; minimum tempera
ture, 42 degrees. River reading at 6 A. M.,
2L9 feet; change In last 24 hours, none.
Total rainfall (5 P. M. to S P. M-), .84 Inch;
total ralnXall since September 1, 1907, 22.74
Inches; normal ralnXall since September 1,
1907, 2S.42 Inches; deficiency, 2.68 Inches.
Total sunshine, 1 hour-and SO minutes;
possible sunshine,' 9 hours and 32 mrhutea.
Barometer (reduced to sea level) at Q P. M-,
80.06 inches. .
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 5 P. M., Paclflo
S . 2 3 Wind. 4
STATIONS. j 5; J O
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v. I 3 t
Baker City 8410.02 !Tf Snow
Bismarck......... 12 T. S;S Clear
Boise 4O0.01 SIB Snow
Eureka - MO. 52 4 SW Cloudy
Helena 200.O8 S W Snow
Kamloops 2fflO.0O BW Clear
North Head 44,0.00 24- NW Cloudy
Pocatallo S T. 4 8 Cloudy
Portland 47 0.22 TW Clear'
Red Bluff BOlO.OO 4 NE Cloudy
Rosehnrg 6010.12 O NW Raining
Sacramento T. 41BE Ralnlng-
Salt Lake 42 T. 4lNW Pt. Cloudy
San Francisco..'... 64 0.12 4!S Cloudy
Spokane so!. 10 8NW Snow
Tacoma 40 0.02 14 N , Cloudy
Tatoosh Island. ... 42 T. 6 E Clear
Walla Walla 40.18 4fSW Cloudy
A small low pressure area Is central this
evening over Eastern Oregon and the ba
rometer Is rising In Western Oregon and
Western Washington. The small low pres
sure area was of sufficient energy to cause
Ich & -Bach
Pianos. Over jG
000 satisfied own
ers of these artis
tic pianos. Other
pianos, as the M.
Schulz Co., Wal
etc. Special bar
gain in Schubert
Pianos $150 up
COOT ONE MILLION DO
: 10TEOFEQlDii, !
' CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS
Portland's New and Modern Hotel. Rates $1 per Day and Dp
European Plan. Free Bus. 7 ;
WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL: CO. Propa.
il Imperial Hotel
am so c:y
Fifth and Washington Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON
ITn.nis, fl.t to SSM For Dear .
Aeoordlns to Loeatiom.
1 Portland's Nairn maA Moat Modern Hot! 2
2 Up-to-date grill Auto bus meets all trains Rates:
Z $1 day and up European plan Long dis- Z
. tance phone in all rooms-r-Private baths.
. W. DATtES. TresMaaaY
St Chairles Hotel
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OR.
EUROPEAN PLAN ROOMS 50c TO $1.50
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION
Park St. Bet. Morrison
light rain In Western Oregon and Western
Washington and light snow elaewhera In tha
North Pacific States. -
The temperatures on tha Paclflo Slope
hava remained neaxly stationary since yes
terday. The Indications are for light enow Thurs
day In Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington
and Idaho and for generally fair weather
in Western Oregon and Western Washing
ton. It will be slightly colder in all por
tions of The district. a
Portland and vicinity Generally fair;
Western Oregon and Western Washing
ton Generally fair; westerly winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho-Occaslonal light snow.
EDWARD A. BEALS,-
Pnrtland's Famous Theater Phone Main 8
Tonight and remainder of week. Matinee Sat
urday Only four more performances.
Wm. A. Brady's Greatest Success.
"WAT rOWJ( EAST."
Its purity haa become a. proverb and lta
wholesomeneas a household word.. Acted by
the same great company.
Evenings. 25c, 50c, 75c $1; Matinee, 25c,
BAKER THEATER rt"M
GEO.- Xj. BAKER. Gen. Manager.
Tha famous Baker Stock Company in last
aeason's greatest success, Hoyfs
' "A MILK WHITE FLAG."
A clever satire on militia and sbctety.
interspersed with brightest music, songa and
choruses. A whirl of Joy everlasting. Mail
nea Saturday. v
Evenings. 25c. 85c. aQc; matinees. 15c 25c
Next Week "David Haxain."
EMPIRE THEATER Phon. Mam 117
MILTON W. SEAMAN. Manager.
Tonight all Week Matinees Wednesday
and Saturday. The New and Thrilling West
ern playi "BIG-HEABTED JIM,"
Life of .Jim Saxon, a Montana Sheriff in
tha early 'days.' One of tha seaaon's big
Night prices. 15c 25c 35c 50o; matinees.
10c, 200. Teddy bear given away Saturday
matinee. Xext Week "Peck's Bad Boy."
Both Phones: Alain 4085; Home, AtD26.
Waalc commencing Monday. January 27.
The Allen Stock Comnany Present
"JACK WELLH, OF WYOMING."
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
and Sunday. Prices 10c and 20c Every
evening at 8:13. Prices 10c 20c and SOc.
Boxes 60c Office open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
THE STAR phones
For tha Entire Weak of Jan. 36th.
THE R. K. FRENCH STOCK. COMPANY
"THE MOON'SHTNER'8 DAUGHTER."
Matlneea Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays. Prices lOo and, 20c.
Every evening at 8:10. Prices 15c, 25o
8eata may be reserved by either phone.
Vaudeville da Lruxe.
Time and Prices
Remain the Sam.
Return Engagement of
THE GREAT EDDY FAMILY,
Qreateat Tight-Wire Artists In tha V--rld-ABD
, Assisted by His Three Wives and Son.
NOVELTY PAINTINO ACT.
ACCTIOX SAIaES TODAY.
At Baker's auction house, corner Alder
and Park sts., furniture, carpets, etc. Sale
at 10 o'clock. Baker and Bon. auctioneers.
At Oilman's Auction House. 411 Waahlnctoa
street, at 10 o'clock A. li. 8. I K. Oilman,
FOR TOURISTS aad
'Special rmtes mads
to tamllle and sin
gle gantleaaesh The
management will be
pleaaod at all ttmes
to show rooms and
atro prioee. A mod
ern Turkish bat -tabltshmont
In , IU
H. O. BOWER.
r t ah.
Seventh and Washington
PhiL Metschea 3c Son, Props.
Tttmt Clsss Cheek
Competed With Botob
Third and Z
Main Sts. ;
CL O. DA VM. Bm.
A Strictly First-Class and
Modern Hotel Containing 170
Rooms. Only American and '
European Hotel in Portland.
Ixmjj Distance Phones
in Kvery Room.
Auto Bus Meets
Rates American. $2.00 per day and up.
Rates European. $1.00 per day and up.
Per month, single room and board. $45 to $65
according to room. For two. $75 to $110.
Board without room $30 per month
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(FOB CASH ADVERTISING.)
Following rates will be given only when
advertising ! ordered to ran consecutive
days. Daily and Sunday issues. The Ore
gonian charges first-time rate each Insertion
for classified advertising that Is not run on
consecutive days. The first-time rate is
charged for each Insertion In The Weekly
ytoomi', "Roomi and Board." ."House
keeping Rooms,"' "Situations Wanted," 15
words or less, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words. 25 cents, etc No
discount for additional Insertions.
. Matrimonial and clairvoyant ads. one-time
rate each insertion.
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MEETING NOTICES. 3
ORDGON OO M Ta- rPTR V ieo
1, K. T. Special conclave this
evening at 7:80 P. M. Order of
the Temple. Visiting Sir JKnlKhtm
W. S. MACRUM, Recorder.
MACCABEES -Portland Tent will give ,a
social whist party this (Thursday) evening,
January AO, In K. of P. larg ball, 11th and
Akler sta. Friends invited. Prises and re
freshments. FUNERAL NOTICES.
M'CULLOTJGH At the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. J. EX Bulllngton. 61
East 19th st. North. January 29. Julia
Brewton McCullough. aged 70 years, 8
- months, 23 days. Funeral will take place
tod 1'. January SO. at 2 P. M.. from F.
-S. Dunning s chapel, corner of East Alder
and East 6th sts. Friends invited. Inter
ment In Rose' City Cemetery.
GIST At Red Lodge. Mont.. Dec. 8L John
F. Gist, aged 63 years. brother of Mrs.
M. E. Mountain, of Portland. Friends, are
respectfully Invited to attend the fu
neral services, which will be held at
HoLman's chapel at 10 A. M. today
(Thursday). Interment Lone Fir . Csm-
ROBINSON At the family residence. 472
Park st., Jan. 28, Edward Robinson, aged
- 81 years. Friends are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services, which
will be held at the above residence at
2 P. M.. Friday. Jan. SL Thence to
J. p. FTNTJCY 6OX. Funeral Directors,
Third and Madison. Phone Main 9, A 1599.
Dunning, McEntee A OUbangh, Funeral Di
ectors, "th A Pine. Phone M. 430. Lady asst.
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO., 409 Alder
C Lady assistant. Phone Main 618S.
EDWARD HOLMAX CO Funeral Direct
era, 820 Sd st. Lady assistant, phone Ml. 507.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. Funeral Dlrect
ers, 73 RusselL East 1088. Lady assistant.
F. 8. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Aider. Lady assistant. Phone East 62.
Grand Ceciral Station lime Card
" SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Row'-urg Passenger 8:15 a. nm.
Cottage Grove fassenger.. ... 4:15p.m.
California Express 7:45 p.m.
San Francisco Express.. ........ 12:00 p. in
CorvalUs passenger V............ 7:00 a.m.
Eherldan Passenger 4:i0p m.
Forest Grove Passenger ll:OOa. m.
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Oregon Express ....... 7:55 a. m.
Cottage Grove Passenger..
30 n. uk.
Corvallis Passenger ....
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Forest Grove passenger. ...
Forest Grove Passenger....
11:15 p. m.
35 p. 1
30 a. ;
00 a. :
50 p. 1
Tacoma, and Seattle Express....
North Coast A Chicago Limited.
8:S0 a. 1
a .00 p. 1
11:45 a. 1
North Coast Limited.
Portland Express .
Overland Express . . .
7:00 a 1
4:15 p. 1
6:15 p. i
OREGON RAILROAD A NAVIGATION CO.
Chicago-Portland Special .....-.
Kansas City ft Chicago Express.
ChL. Kan. City A Portland Ex..
Chicago-Portland Special .......
ASTORIA COLUMBIA RIVER.
Leaving Portland I
Astoria A Seaside Express...,...! 8:00a.m.
Astoria A Seaside Sxpresa .......I 6:00 p. m.
Arriving Portland I
Astoria A Portland Passenger. .112:15 p. m.
Portland Express 10:00 p. m.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY OO.
C. P. R. Short Una. Tla Spokana.l 8:15 :
C. P. R. Short Lino, via Spokaaa. .1 8:00 a. m.
Via Seattl. T:00 a. m.
Dallas Passenger ,
Dallas Paasens.r .....
T:40 a. ro.
4:10 m. m.
10:15 a. m.
b:S0 p. tn.
400 choice building lots to choose
AT $85 EA-
.easy terms it desired
$10 Down and $5 Monthly to
10 per cent discount
I Making yonr lot cost
Only $76.50 '
AGENTS AT TRACT ALL DAT
Take Montavilla car at cor. 3d and
Morrison sts., get off at corner
Villa and Hibbard sts., Monta
villa branch office; for fur
ther particulars call office
231 Worcester Eldg. Phone M. 3253
40 acros platted in acre lots; every
lot on a street; six-minute walk from.
6-cent carllne; tract all cleared, rood
soil; $550.00 to $650.00 per acre. Ten
per cent cash, balance easy time.
Rooms 3-4-5 Lafayette Building,
813 Washington Street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE .
1500-ACRH STOCK RANCH $10 FEJl
All fenced; all tillable; substantial Im
provements; in Douglas County; or will
exchange for Portland property or
close-in acreage, paying difference.
' JACKSON & DEERING,
.Phone Main S4o. 240 Stark St.
At reasonable rates on city property. See
GEO. K. CLARK tt JOHN W. COOK.
683 Chamber Commerce Bid.
Phone Main M07, Home A8258.
SEE US FOR
y Lowest Rates of Interest.
, LOUIS SALOMON Jt CO.,
3S Stark St., Near Second.
Piano Studio of Louis H. Boll
Now located corner 6th and Washington
eta., Lafayette bid., parlor 80 and 8L
82ft Worcester Building.
Phona Main 637L
, FOB BALE REAL ESTATE.
A BRAND NEW' 5-room cottage and new
bam, 3 lots at Woodstock, only $1300. C.
F. Pflugsr A Co.. room 14 Mulkey bide, 2d
and Morrison eta.
SfTNE business lot, 50x100. close In, Morrison
at.; price $20,000.
FRART A SETTZ,
130 otto st. a -
$160 PER ACRE) lor 86 acres of fine )an4 on
the Base Line, suitable for subdivision; 22
acres In cultivation; convenient to car. H
608, Oreffonlan. .
FOR SALE 2H acres on Oreg-on electric
oarllne: 6 miles from town: excellent
fruit land; $450; cash. D 665, Or
egonian. I HAVE $450. 4 per cent In Title Guarantee
A Trust Company,' some cash, for 4 to H
room house, and lota, or lot. Ji 71, Ore
gonian. ELEGANT 6-room new modern dwelling,
well located, can be sold on Installment
plan. .A bargain. Owner. B 652. Orego
nian. 1000 ACRES, 36 miles from Portland, four
miles from R. R. and river, $5 per acre.
State Land Co. 133 First st.
NEW 8-room house, $4600; 6-room house,
$.3500; $$00 cash, balance $20 and $25
monthly. Owner, phone Esfet 975.
ONE acre, on carllne. fine land. $700; terms
$76 cash. $12.50 month. Purse, 823 Cham
ber of Commerce. Main T3U0.
6-ROOM modern bungalow, full Jot, nice loca
tion; $2500, $300 cash, balance easy terms.
Phone Woodlawn 117, owner.
FOR SALE or exchange Fine corner lot.
50x100. 1 block from carllne. Price
$450. V 566, Oregonian.