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WANTS WIDER FIELD
Pinchot Ready to Branch Out
From Forestry Service.
TAFT WILL FIND BERTH
Rumored Forester Will B Placed
at Head of National Conservation
Commission, Giving Broader
Scope for Ills Abilities.
OREGONIAN' NEWS BI'REAU. Wash
ington. Nov. 10. It U rumored In Gov-ernrat-nt
circles In Washington that
GIITord Pinchot will not remain- at the
head of the Korest Service, but will
voluntarily reliquish that office to take
up a more Important position under
the next Administration. As to what
will he .mc for Mr. Pinchot. reports
do not agree; by some it Is believed he
will become Secretary of Agriculture.
Ivut by others who are closer to the
Forester. It Is believed that he will be
placed In entire charge of the National
Conservation Commission, created by
President Roosevelt, provided Congress
ran be persuaded to make adequate
impropriation for the maintenance of
Mr. Taft Is as fully awake to the
necessity of perpetuating the natural
resources of the country as Is Presi
ded Roosevelt, and it Is said, on good
authority, that If Congress docs not
provide for the Conservation Commis
sion at the coming short session. Mr.
Tat will renew the recommendations
of President Roosevelt when his own
Commission Is Needed.
It is not essential that the name
"Conservation Commission' should be
preservei!. but Mr. Taft. like the Presi
dent, believes that some . authorised
Government body should be detailed to
study this problem, and recommend to
Congress such action as It may find
necessary. If Congress will act. It Is
understood that Mr. Pinchot will be
placed in charge of the work by Presi
dent Taft If President Roosevelt does
not do It.
As to the Forest Service, Mr. Pinchot
Is aware tr.at the Government's policy
la now firmly established; forestry has
come to slay, and th system now In
vogue needs only modification, as Its
weaknesses are developed, to bring it
up to the standard which prevails in
the older nations of Europe. In other
words, the hard part of the work of
establishing the forestry policy and the
Forest Service, together with the crea
tion of reserves, has been accom
plished; it now remains to knock off
the rough eoges. and get the machine
into smooth running order. This can
be brought about by a competent,
level-headed man. and Mr. Pinchot, It
Is said, feels satisfied that the work
ran safely bo entrusted to other hands.
He himself would like, to broade
put Into a wider field, where he could
devote his time and energies to other
problems than forestry. That has so
far been his life work, hut he realizes,
as does the President, that It Is essen
tial to preserve other resources than
timber, and the work of formulating a
general conservation policy would fol
low the lines laid down In the develop
ment of our forestry system.
Helng a man of tireless energv and
unbounded enthusiasm. Mr. pinchot
natura'ly aspires to take on larger and
more Important duties than those he
lias heretofore discharged, and It Is
said that his ambition meets with the
approval of Mr. Taft. and that it will
be gratified If Congress will but open
.Meantime, Mr. Pinchot will continue
at the head of the Forest Service, and
devote such time as lie can spare to
the Conservation Commission, of m-hlch
be Is now head by designation of the
President, though he tills the position
without pay. Congress having so fnr
failed either to recognise the body as
oftlclal, or contribute toward paying Its
PORTABLE GAS TANKS
Interesting Illuminating Method Pe
lniereMln; Illumlna-iing Method De-
Althoiifch electricity is an easy and com
paratively economical tn-ethod of illumina
tion, it cannot be applied to isolated
country houses, nor adapted to the re
quirements of pparaely populated rural
districts. For t bis reason a recent de-v-lopmppt
of gas lighting, by which the
Illumtnatinc material 1m distributed In
port aide cylinders, should commend itself
to thoe Americans who wish to live "far
from the maddening crowd" without sur
rendering any of the comforts or necessi
ties of life in a great city.
The new gas has been Invented by
Hermann llau. a lie r man chemist, and
Is distilled from oil and other materlaLs.
New and novel lines are followed In the
manufacture of Herr Blnu's lUuminant.
Tne oil is fed into the retort and dis
t:lld at a lower temperature than that
employed in the production of coal gas.
Tlie by-products are then secured, and
the gas cleaned in the usual manner. It
Is then compressed in cylinders similar
to those employed for the transportation
of oygvn, the effect of this pressure
being a liquefaction of the gases. The
permanent gases which the distillation
has y .dried are hydrogen, methane and
carbon monoxide. These, the chlf con
stituents of coal gas, are then dissolved
to the required extent In the liquid gases.
When the pressure Is relieved the liquid
volatilises, carrying off a certain propor
tion of the gases which were dissolved.
The light obtained is of great brlilinncy.
while the gas is perfectly pure and harm
less. The cylinders are of varying length
and capacity, and it Is possible to secure
a small vessel holding only one pound of
gns suitable for traveling, boating' or
oamping-our. expeditions, up to large
reservoirs containing heavy supplies suit
able for e x tr nsl ve conn t ry sea t s.
The medium size, adapted for use In
small villas, will supply enough gas to
meet all ordinary requirements for at
hast eight weeks. All that it is neces
sary to do Is to install t!i charged cyl
inder in the receptacle supplied for the
purpose outside the building, connect it
with a small tank in which the pressure
Is regulated, and then admit It to the
ordinary piping system of the house.
When a cylinder Is exhausted it can
be easl'.y and quickly disconnected and
replaced by a full vessel the empty one
being returned to the works for a fresh
charge of gas. There is no possibility
of explosion in handling Herr Blau's
gas. and no technical knowledge is re
quired for Us manipulation. In Ger
many several small villages are being
lighted upon this system. The distrib
uting mains are laid In the usual man
ner, though small pipe need only be
used, and are connected with a small
house or hut In which the g:is cylinders
are placed. The only attention required
la the chancing of the cylinders as tliey
become exhausted. The system Is cheap,
nighty efficient, and free from danger,
and even the smallest village can be
come, possessed of a gas-distribution plant
at a nominal outlay. Although the gen
eral methods ot producing the new gas
hnvm hMn AiBrloeri hv the inventor, the
more subtle process- still remain a
Potash for Snake Bite.
Times of India.
According; to the "snake" statistics
for 1907 the total mortality among hu
man beina-s caused by snake bites fell
from 22,811 in 190 to 31.418 In 1907.
So low a figure has not been reached
since 1S97. The decrease is noticeaui
mainly in Bengal and Eastern Benjral
and Assam, where the figures fell
from 8862 and 27SO in 1906. to 8276
and 1900. respectively, in 1907. The
most important increase occurred In
Madras and Burma, where the figures
rose from 1527 and 1149 In 19u6 to
1377 and 1848. respectively. The de
crease in Kaatern Bengal and Assam
is attributed to the floods having been
lower. The Central Provinces figure
1396) la the lowest returned In any
one of the last seven years. The
bites by incision and application of
permanganate of potash and the dis
tribution of lancets continues. It is
too early yet to pronounce with any
certainty as to the result of the ex
periment, but a number of favorite
reports have been received. Eight
cases are reported from the United
Provinces of the successful use of Dr.
Calraette's anti-venene. In two of
these cases the permanence of potash
treatment was also employed.
How to Waterproof Matches
Perhaps some of your readers would
be interested to know that I have
found a simple, inexpensive way to
waterproof matches. Into some melt
ed paraffine (care being taken that It
was as cool as possible) I dipped a
few ordinary parlor matches. After
withdrawing; them and allowing; them
to cool It was found that they
scratched almost as easily as before
being coated with the wax. Several
were held under water for six or seven
hours and all of them lighted as eas
ily as before Immersion. When the
match Is scratched the paraffin Is first
rubbed off and the match lights in the
usual way. Matches treated as above
would be very useful on camping or
canoeing- trips, as they do not absorb
moisture. Since more rubbing is re
quired to light them thanthe ordinary
match it would be practically impos
sible to set them on fire by accidental
Motoring Lessens Billiards.
Are billiards dying out and are motor
ing and golf killing them? In 2594 the
French treasury returns noted 96,OoO bil
liard tables In the country- This year
the figure is only 89.0UU. The treasury
laments the fact, not only from any dis
interested love for the grand old game,
but because every billiard table pays
a heavy tax. Motoring, of course, con
tributes Its full share to the Inland reve
nue here as well as elsewhere, but so
far the royal and ancient pastime,
which is quite new here, pays nothing
to the state. However, that may come
In due course, and golf clubs, balls, cad
dies and links may be taxed to make up
for the shrinkage In billiard tables.
Question of Relative Merit.
A little boy of eight, attending school
away from home, wrote a letter to his
sister, from which the following; ex
tract Is taken:
"We bad a spelling match In school
todny and I spelled all the boys down
and won the Meddle."
DAILY METKOKOLOt.ICAL RKPORT.
PORTLANh, Xmr. 10. Meilmum tempera
ture, Nt.H decree; niinimmn. ."HIS d"rfs.
Hlvcr rwllng at S A. M.. 3.tS feet; change in
InM L'4 hours. .4 r.-.t rW. Total rainfall 3
P. it. to 6 P. M.). n-m: total rainfall -fnce
S-ptemb-r 1. 5.;4 inches; normal rnhifall
irif September 1. ".."," itifhcp; deficiency. 2.ol
Inohea. Total siinhtne NnveinJer tt. 9 houre
H minute; p"-"""' to n shine, hours 42
m I n u tee. Bs r me t rr red uced to sea le ve I)
at & P. M., -". i4 Inch.
5 t? Wind
2- 5 2. c
3 -S. - n
- - - o 2
r w 3" x 2
3 is ;
North Head. . . .
Portland . .......
Sicramfnto. . . . .
Tatonnh Inland. .
I M 0 0l!
2-., T. i:
r,4 o .oo
M T. (
201 T. I
i. loud y
! i; o.oo'
I i2 O.OO'
The pressure has agln Increased over the
North Pftfilie states and no rain h aa fallen
en the Pacific Slope, except a smalt amount
tilonir the North California coast. It Is
ronivr in Southeastern Washington and in
th Interior f Northern California and
s'iirhtly cooler over the irreaier portion ef
Oregon and Idaho. The temperatures In
Montana are from 20 to decrees below
the seasonal average and light snow Jias
la Hen in that state.
The lndli at Ion tire for irenerally fair
weather in this district Tuesday, with mod
erately low temperatures.
Portland and vicinity Fair; easterly
Oregon Fair; easterly wind?
Washington Fair; easterly winds.
Idaho Probably felr.
KDW A R t A. PRALS, Hltrlrt Forecaster.
A. A. O. K. OF THE) M. S.
-On to Ashland: A special
meeting of Al Kader Tem
pi will be held at Masonic
Tempi. West Park and
Tamh ill streets. Wednesday
ventng. th 11th Inst. This
meeting Is called to make
final arrangements for ths
pi 1 (trim ace to Ashland Fri
day evenlns. the 13th Inst.
We (went to know who s-os, that reserva
tion may be secured.
B. G. WHITEHOL'E, J. G MACK.
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO. 3,
R. A. id. Tailed convocation this
(WMndiy evening at 7:3i
o'clock Work tn R. A. dltrce
The Hlrh Prfat will be pleased
to are every Royal Arch Mason in.
the city present at this meeting.
A. II. K.VAPP. Secretary.
PAM.-RITAN LOEH.E, NO. I. O. O. F. I
Regular meeting t his w ednesnay evening
at M o'clock. Flrt decree. Visitors wel
come. R OcVOLD. Secretary-
NOTICE. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETIVCS
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Masonic Build. ng Association of Port
land will be neld at the office of the secre
tary In the Masonic Temple. West Park and
Yamhill streets, at 10 o'clock A. M.. ou
Monday. December 14. 19i8. for the elec
tion of a board of directors and such other
business aa may legally come -before it
J M. HODSOV. President.
Attest A- M. KNAPP. Secretary.
TTAfiHIXOTOX CHAPTER, XO. 18.
R a. M. Regular convocation this
(Wednesday) evening;. Visitors wel
CLi ih i"jA-r-. e-ee y.
rmnnlng. MeJTntee GiTbangh. Ftnieral
Dlmtorn It aBd Ptne. Phone Main 4S0.
Lady aMist-uit. Offlc ef County Coroner.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Foneral Utrrci
126 M . Lady atat. Phoqe M 501.
,1 p FIN'LEY MS, " MatHso.
ettendant. Phone Mala 8. A l&W.
UI.IR-BTB!fF8 CO- ruoeral Plm.
m RusaeU. Ease 10S8. Lady assUtanU
nr win !7ilertikM. 414
mm M mm m.
I-ITTTf ff Theater.
nLM-ill- 14th and Washington.
Phones Main 1 ami A H22.
TWO PERFORMANCES TODAY
Special Prlca Last Time
Matinee S:15: Tonight 8:15
Tha Great American Play
PAID IN X'IX"
Matinee l to 2.',c; Evening IL50 to SOc
t.- .-..- Th.at. f "n Lessee. Inc.
Tonight All Week Matinee Saturday.
Baker Stock Company in bfautiful rural
comedy. "SKV Jr'AKJI."
Prices 2.V-. E.-.c. 50c: matinee. ISc. -So.
Next Week "The Man w the lo-
phones: Main X A 5300
OREGON THEATER CO. (IXC.I LESBEH
Geo. L. Baker. Gen. Manage!
Bargain Matinee Wed .. 25c any -Tonight
All Wek Regular Matlnea &at
"JUT Ol'T OF COIJ.EGK,"
BV GEORGE ADK.
Night prices 25c. DO.-. -.Ic: Saturday mati
nee. i',c, aov; Wednesrtay mat.. 2'.c any seat.
. - . ... n n - JnnH.
THE STAR yhriSl,n M9S
Matinees Wnesday. Saturday and Sunday.
For the entire week of November
Tha Merriest and Brightest of Ail Corneal
BROWN'S IN TOWN."
Matinees at 2::). Every evening at 8 l
Night prices ir,c. 23c. S5c. 00c. Matinees 15c
and 2ic. Seats may be reserved by either
NEXT EK-"TOO PROITP TO BMi.
MAIN A 1010 Matlneea
Ex. Sundays and Holidays.
u-.i. r Vn. fl Hail McAllister A Co.;
Italian Trio; Linton Laurence! Four
Oruns. Lrnc.t Van Pelt Co.; Netta Vta;
Ernie ft Mlldrrd rotta; Orchestra; Pictures.
RO IvElUS. with
THE GREAT HUGO
- Vau-eville e Luxe
BIG BILL. .
DE VOY AND DAY
Stan f All Nations.
FERKA, "THE IKON MAN
Kx-PHm et.-n Athlfte, will allow a W
hors power touring car fllled with peo
ple to run over him.
hpectal addd attraction. Fink's Per
forminif Mules, one ot the funniest acta In
vaudeville not a dull moment during the
act. Matinees daily, 15c- Two shows at
night, lAc and 25c.
Seventh and Alder.
The HI un kail Comoanj
In the 'Southern motional play.
Assisted by Numerous Colored Auxili
aries. Matinees Sunday, Tuaday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Gnc MnnllPH Lasto Mantle. Wc, the
U iUttllllKV equai of the best SOo
mantle on tha market. Barretts 410 Mor
rison. Both phones.
U '! 6000 coras first-class 4-foot flr
UUU fcood, (0 per cord delivered.
Phone Main 4-135. Eagle Creek Fuel Com
pany, 4US Corbett Bid.
I1 1 n t ! f c ut w n 1 ways fresh from
lUriQl ouf own conservatories. Martin
St Forbes, 347 Washington sc Both phones.-
Electric Fixtures "tXSfr TS1l
prices ar. rignt. All work guaranteed.
Weauro Klecinc 'Works, 61 Sixth atreet-
Tl n i ! n w Knives, Forks and aU fill ver
X lUlliifa ware rep la ted as good aa new.
orcgun l'latlntf "Works, lttth and Aider. Mala
207 5. A
.a OMallay ft Nauberger, B2T Wash
lUV inrton vtreeL Phone Main 2.14.
Free delivery. A calloa of 10-yaar-eld Ingle
nook Port. 1.50,
the beat Wyo-
minr coal: arlves more heat and lees
a.h Chur hley Bros., loth and Marshall ata.
phones Mam 1)31. A 331.
fAol Richmond and Walleend Australian.
tUol independent Coal & Ice Company,
opposite City Library. Both phones.
V The Portland Fuel Co., 287 H. Mor
II UUU rlson st.. La prepared to furnish
cord wood In large and small quantities at
the lowest prices. Phonee E 26 and B 1026.
AUCTION SAUfrS TODAY.
Bv th Portland Auction Co., at 21J 1st
t., " furnltune. ranges, ruge, carpets, etc..
at 2 1'. M. aharD.
At Oilman's, 411 Washington St.. at 10
o'clock A. M. S. L. -S. Oilman, auctioneer.
Grand Central Station Time Card
CottaKe Grove Passenger
Ban Fran rtsco Kx press . . .
Forest Grove passenger ...
Forest Grove Passenger ...
Forest Grove passner ...
Cottage Grove Passenger
l'orost Grove PaJenger
Forest Grove PasseiiKer ...
Forest Grove Pasaenger .
8:13 a. m.
4:15 p- m.
7 :43 p. m.
1:30 a. m.
7:20 a m.
4:10 p. m.
:50 a m.
1 :00 p. m,
6:40 p. m.
7:15 a m.
11 :S0 a. m.
6:30 p. :u
11:1a p- m.
6:20 p. m.
10:30 a m-
8:00 a. m.
11:50 a m.
4.50 p. m.
OKUiON BAILROAO A NAVIGATION CO.
Kansas City & Chicago Express.
Chi.. Kan. City A Portland Ex.
Pendelton Passenger . . -
7:1S a. m.
8:80 a m.
8 : 15 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
8:00 a m.
9:45 a. m.
8:50 p. m.
5:15 p. m.
Tacoma and Seattle Express . .
North Coast & Chicago Limited
North Coast Limited
Overland Express . . . - . . -
8:30 a. m.
2 :00 p. m.
11:45 p- m.
7:00 a m.
4:15 p. m.
6:85 p. m-
A9TORIA Jt COLUMBIA RIVER.
Astoria Seaside Express ......
Eeasidd d Portland Passenger...
8:00 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
32:15 p. m.
10.00 p m.
C AX APIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
C. P- K- hort Laue. via Spokane,
8:15 p. m.
11:45 p. m.
Via Seattle ,
C- P. R- sShort Line, via Spokane. 8:00 i
Via Seattle f 7:00 i
bOl' T HE HS PACIFIC.
Dallas Passenger ....
LteTas passenger . ...
Dallas Passenger ....
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
Salem and Intermediate Local ..
Salem and Intermediate Express.
Salem and Intermediate Local. .
Salem and Intermediate Express.
Salem and intermediate Local..
Saiem and Intermediate Express.
Salem and Intermediate Local. .
Salem and Intermediate Express.
Salem and Intermediate Local..
Salem and Intermediate Express.
Salem and Intermediate Local. .
fiaiem and Intermediate Express.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATE
In Effect November 1, 19u8.
Daily er Sunday.
One time ' ' 11 ""ill!
Same ad two consecutive times
Same ad three, consecotive times.. ..... .30
Same ad six or seven consecutive times. ufio
. i . 1 ..n .l nnA line on Canta ad
TertisenncDt s. and no ad counted 'orJe" f
than two lines. When an urr""'ru' .'
not mn consecutive times the one-time rate
PTh'Tabowe rate, apply to advertisements
nndcr "New Today" and all other claat-itiea-
Uons execptintr the following:
Situations Wanted, Male.
Situation Wanted, Female.
For Rent, Rooms, Private Families..
Rooms and Bonrd, Private Families.
. 1 ifAAm-L - t e I- iimHieS.
The rate on the above classlflcatlens is 1
cents a line each Insertion.
On charge or book advertisements the
charge will be baaed on the actual number
of lines appearing in the paper, regardless
of the number of words In each line.
Space la the "New Today" columns Is
flr u red hv measure only 14 lines to the
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the convenience of patrons me uregonion
will accept advertise merits exeptlng "sltua
atlons Wanted" and "Personal") for publi
cation In classified column over the tele
phone. Bills for such advertising will be
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of issues la sent. Acknowledgment of such
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In case box office address Is required, uso
regular form given, and count this as part
of the ad. Answers to advertisements will
be forwarded to patrons, provide! self -addressed
stamped envelopes are furoinhed.
A receipt will be given for all paid-in-advance
advertising. The Oregonlan will not
undertake to correct errors or refund money
unless this receipt Is returned.
WEST SIDE BUY.
6-room house, large attic and basement;
In good repair; paved street. Nob Hill dis
trict ; fractional lot; $1000 cash, time on
CHOICE SCBl'BBAN HOME.
3 full lots; good b-room house, porcelain
bath, city water; cement walks and curb;
on carline.; close to school; roses and fruit
In abundance; must be seen to be appreci
ated; 2i00 cash, time on balance.
HIGHLY 1M1BOVKII BUSINESS PBOP
KBTY. leased fnr a trm of years: net Income
about ft per cent; a fine Investment.
STRONG & CO.
605 Concord Bids.
Two nice large bedrooms with clooets,
reception hall, porcelain bath with excellent
fixtures, toilet and wash basdn, linen closet,
living and dining-rooms with opening, nice
kitchen with pantry, porcelain sink and
wood lift, basement full sized, medicine
chest, gas and electricity; cement walks
and street Improvements in; large front
porch with cement-based columns; built-in
hall seat; terraced lawn and roses; city
sewerage and water; nice attic; close to
Kunnyslde and Hawthorne cars; pries
$2&30; ttiOO cash, balance $25 per month.
603 Corbett Bldg.
Will lease for a term of years, lot
50x100, Flfih st, south of Postofflce.
For Sale: Several 8 and 9-room
houses, modern in every respect, Hol
laday Addltiono. Terms.
Aereape on Base Line road, 10 miles
from ritv. 2,-i acres. May be had at
very reasonable figure, if taken at once.
Five acres, Glcnhaven Park, $630
per acre, this week only.
Quarter block In Alblna; very rea
Smith & Everett
315 Swetland bid?.
A fine body of standing timber
within five miles of Portland, on the
West Side; on new carline, railroad
and river; also a few hundred cords
of dry four-foot wood. For further
information inquire of
RICHARD, SHEPARD & CO.,
110 N. Jersey Street, St. John, Or.
Phone Sellwood 1021.
22 Per Cent
On amount invested: only takes $6000
cash to handle: almost a quarter block
within 3 blocks of City Hall; well im
proved with brick and frame buildings;
guaranteed lease. For a few days only.
128 THIRD STREET.
7-room modern house, 50x100 lot;
electric lights, gas, stationery tubs,
furnace, cement basement,- paved
street; fine neighborhood, beautiful
view ; automobile garage. Price $5500,
Or Phone Owner, A 5579.
Best Buy in Portland
( 1 T iif 11 Per cent invest-
LIW lillll nient A positive snap
Jll J.IIlfll in the Thurman-street
yAwywv buslnc-- district.
Martin J. Higley
132 Third St.
Southwest quarter of Tenth and
Flanders streets. 100x100, offered for
10 days at $32,000.
The Stiaw-Fear Company
245 , Strak Street.
S4SOO Full lot. dwelling all modern
appliances. 165 East 28th. part
cash will handle.
92850 30x80 with 6-room cottage. No.
S26 Sixth street, that will eas
ily rent for $20 or will make a
neat little home.
JACKSOJf A DEERIXB, "
Phone Main 34S 246 Stark street
6-room bungalow, terms.
6-rooms, terms, lot oOxlOO.
Fine new home, a-rooms. Terms.
M AEG LEY HIGHLAND.
Queene Anne cottage. rooms,
Corner resldenoe, rooms, very
gplendid corner home, lot 100X
6-room house, bargain, Mi cash.
9 rooms, lot
6- room dwelling, lot 76-100.
Spacious 10-room residence, best
S-room reception hall dwelling,
7- room furnished dwelling, bar
gain. WEST SIDE
C-room Queen Anne cottage
Terms. Beautiful S-room residence, lot
THE SPANTON CO,
. 170 Stark 6
One to five acres, as many as you wish
aa lone as ttipy last. $17fl to $200 per acr.
located 8 milec from Portland, three block!
from the Oregon Electric road, joining St.
May School land. 30 minutes' rlde mostly
cultivated, all cleared land, rich blacle soil,
fine for fruit and vegetables. Thi land is
selling, you will have to hurry, only a small
payment down, the balance by tb.a month.
PALMER & RIOGS.
lfl Couch Bldg.. '100 Fourth St.
Phone A 2489 or Main 2712.
Six rooms, modern, 2 years old.
Lot 40x100, with small fruit, close
to Firland Station. Place worth
$2500. Owner is leaving city and
must have cash.
Chapin 6 Herlow
.332 Chamber of Commerce.
On $2500; takes $1500 cash to handle.
Business corner, 50x100, East Side,
OVERTON, Near 24th
Choice residence district, facing north
128 Third St.
100x100 on the northwest corner
East Third and Taylor, the heart of
the jobbing district. Price $10,000;
$4900 cash, $4500 years at b per
cent: $600 street improvements 10
per cent per year. See this for bar
gain. Must go quick.
R. C. CHISM
607 Couch Bldg.
42 V4 acres, on Bass Line road, 1
miles from electric line, all In cultiva
tion, fenced and cross fenced; fine soil,
no gravel, 5-acre bearing: orchard; run
ning creek. S-room, good house, 2 good
barns and outbuildings; windmill,
icrranary. etc.; water piped to house and
barn. 14000 will handle, balance 5
years at per cent.
KAIFFMAS A MOORE.
324-25 Lumber Exchuxt.
Finest Corner Business
Location on 5th Street
For the price. Near business center.
Let me prove this to the investor
I. G. DAVIDSON
819 Chamber of Commerce.
We have 4 acres and a flve-roora
cottage close to the Mt Tabor Reser
voir, entirely under cultivation. The
price, $3500. It is a snap and you will
have to hurry to pick it up.
MALL & VON BORSTEL
104 Second St. (Lumber Exchange
Bldg.) and 892 E. Burnside Street.
DON'T MISS IT
East facing lot on Sixteenth street.
Irvlngton. Two feet above street
grade; cement sidewalks and bltulithic
pavement. All improvements paid for.
The cheapest lot in this beautiful su
burb. $600 cash Will make the first
Chamber of Commerce.
inrwion. close in. on West Side.
$20,000 will handle. M 401. Oregonlanl
t??fl rQHand '10 Per raonth will
$6jU vIO I buv 11 acres jrood orchard
land In the Hood River Valley: 2H
miles from railroad station; county
road on place; price $1000; buy this and
set It to orchard and It will make- you
Devlin & Firebaugh
IE08- Swetland bide- cor. nth-wa.
12 on $25,000
U, block. North 17th St.: A-l Investment.
UNO A CO., 329 Lumber Exchange.
RKAX ESTATE DEAtKKS.
Andrewa, F. V. Co., M 8340. 83 Hamilton
A. H. BIBRELU 209-8 McKay bldg. Real
estate, insurance, mortgage loans, etc.
Baker, Alfred A-. 116 Abington bldg.
Chapin Herlow. 332 Chamber ot Com
merce. Cook, B. 8. A Co.. 608 Corbett bldg.
Crossley Co.. T08-9 Corbett bldg. M 7865.
Fields. C. E. A Co., Board of Trade bldg.
Ooddard, H. W., Mala and A 1743, 110 3d st.
Jennings ft Co. Main 168. 206 Oregonlaa.
Lse, ml. E.. room 411 Corbett bldg.
Mall A Von Borstal. 104 2d st 892 E.
Palmer. H. P., 213 Commercial Club bldg.
M 6690. A 2663. O
Parrlsh, Watklna A Cq.. 200 Alder st.
Richardson, A. B-. 221 Com. Club bldg.
Schalk. Geo. D.. 264 Stark st Main or A 303.
Sharkey. J. P- A Co.. 122 Sixth st.
Swensson, A- F. A Co., 263 hi Washington st.
The Oregon Real Estate Co... Grand ave.
and Multnomah' st- iHolladay Addition.)
Waddel, "VT. O., 309 Lumber Exchange bldg.
White. B. F., 227& Washington st.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Kenton business property in
Original Swift Townstte; roomiug-houen,
vacant lots, warehouse, business and res
idence property. Our business chances tire
exceptionally good. See The E. L. Fraly
Co.. 917 Board of Trade bldg. Both
GOOD LOT. good bourn, good location; $3000
takes that nioe home. 1000 Alblna ave.,
near Blandana, on MiESlaeippi-avenue line,
with graded AO-foot lot, street and sidewalk,
with water, gas. electricity and bath; $1400
mortgage. Western Investment Co., 603
WALNUTS Tour future in a nutshell; S
acres of walnuts bearing will give you
an independent income for life. I have
b acres best land In Yamhill County, near
McMinnville, for sale; very sy terms.
A -U5, Oregonian.
WAREHOUSE or manufacturing property,
with trackage facilities, at a bargain if
taken at once; will show property if you
mean business. Kinney & Stampher, 531
32 Lumber Exchange bldg.
IF YOU contemplate buying or building, see
R. H. Randolph, architect; houses Inspect
ed for intending purchasers; money fur
nished for building purposes. 617 Oregonian
g200 New 7-room house. Just completed;
modern throughout; bath, electric lights,
gas. cement basement floor, cement walks;
$700 cash. G. A. Rigg:?. 616 Couch bldg.
Phones A 2469. Main 2712.
MODERN 6-room bungalow. 37th, off Haw-
thorne; beam effect in dining-room,, fire
place, built-in buffet, 2 bedrooms, with
closets, Dutch kitchen, basement, cement
walls; $2750. $500 down. 612 Couch bldg.
HOUSE IN 8EIJ.WOOD FOR R00.
New 7-room house, lot 60x100. in Sell
wood, price $2400; $800 caah, balance like
GRL'SSI, 26b Washinton. car. 3d, room 7.
ELEGANT fraction, Broadway, near E. Tth,
80x6&, for $1100; also 60 feft square. East
7th, for $00; also 6Sx6b. I'nton ave.,
south of Broadway, $3-00. half cash.
Culver, 62S Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE 5 acre rich bottom land, im
proved and all under cultivation; horse,
cow, chickens, etc., way beinw the mar
ket; small cash payment. Address B 400.
$5500 on easy terms for two modem 6
room houses on Union ave.; rental $oS per
F. FUCHS, 221 Morrieon st.
FOR SALB 7-room cottage and fractional
lot, 703 Everett St.. bet. 21st and z.d;
price $4750; for terms, see owner. 818
23 Ipts, RO-Ill1. streets, water, close
to oar, restricted district, $0000; terms to
suit; the best buy in Portland. A. Rol
ling. S25 Marguerite st., Montavllla car.
100x214 IN Irvington Park: lies fine; must
be sold at once; price $2000: this is tha
cheapest snap to be found on the tract.
MARTIN J. HIGLEY, 132 THIRD ST.
$3500 10 acres in the town of Clackamas,
and on main road leading from station.
This price only on quick sale. Address M.
D. Maden, Owner, Clackamas, Or.
6-ROOM almost new house; bath, basement
and fireplace; close to car at Arbor Lodge;
very cheap at $2200; $t(00 cash. Come and
see picture. 325 Lumber Exchange.
LOTS near University Park. Ockley Green
and Riverside Station on easy terms. 325
Lumber Exchange. Also near Alberta car
line. FOR SALE By owner. BOxIOO, 1 block from
carline: all Improvements In, small pay
ment down, balance your own way. Ad
dress B 40a, Oregonian.
$2350, TERMS, fl-room bungalow, nearly
new, modern, up-to-date; gas, electricity;
full lot, sightly location, HiO ft. from Al
berta car. Owner, 105S Vernon.
Oregon City carline. 2H acres all In eulti
vatlon. C. W. Rlsley owner, P. O. Mll
waukle. Phone Oak Grove, red 12.
ET IXPERT REAL ESTATE ATTT.
D. A. TUFTS.
03 WASHINGTON ST.
$1900 Terms; 7 large rooms, plastered,
one lot. block car station. Mount
Scott line; Stewart Station. Phone Tabor
C0. G. W. Wells.
6ELLWOOD SNAP! ONLY $37O0.
4 block, with new T-room modern
house. Call on Lind & Co., room 329 .Lum
20o0 New, modern 4-room cottage, full lot;
gas and electricity; easy terms; near Pled
. mont car barns. Inquire 1005 Maryland
ave. Phone "Woodlawn 60.
6-ROOM burfgalow, wired for electricity, lot
60x100: Woodlawn; $1300. $550 cash, bal
ance $12 per month. 420 Lumber Ex
change. FINE bueineas property on Russell st., BOx
145; 2 stores, 8 rooms overhead; this is a
positive snap; $11,000.
MARTIN J. HIGLEY, 132 THIRD ST.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
14 acre op 5-cent carline, hlgb, level,
sightly. $10 monthly, will build to suit.
CHAS. H. ADLER, 226 Lumber Exchange.
For a nice lot and 6-room ouse on West
Elds; good terms.
F. FUCHS, 221 H Morrieon St.
4 ACRES, chicken ranch, at Oak Grove,
cheap; Oregon City car; little casb.
Owner. 614 McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark.
6TOP paying rent; 1 acre uncleared. West
Side, 5c ride; payments; no agents. L
K ACRES, high and sightly, for platting;
good car service; will sell until Nov. Is,
$0000. Call 410 Falling bldg.
11650 MODERN five-room cottage, easy
terms. 459 Mechanlo st. Take Wood
lawn car. Large lot.
10 ACRES flrst-clas land on Villa ave., near
Montavilla. $250 per acre, part cash. In
quire F. Foster. 350 E. Washington st.
$350 CASH buys lots 24, 25, 26, 27 in block
8 . Stanley Add. No. 2, Montavilla; no
agents; act now. T 888, Oregonian.
BARN lftxS2 and lot 100x110, on Peninsula,
' at Portsmouth Station; price reduced to
$850. See owner. 921 Board of Trade bldg.
TWO choice Peninsula lots, close to Swift's
Packing Plant, must sell. Main 4387.
$3000 ELLSWORTH. WASH.
PORTLANDS MOST DESIRABLE
Situated on the North Bank R. R-. aaJ
overlooking the Columbia River; only .1
miles from Portland and with good train
service, this district has the best future
of any localtty contiguous to Portlana.
Property values are sure to double within
a vear- 1S00O will buy a 10-acre ram-h
with new house and barn; lo-acre orchard
In excellent eondltlon for $2; "me to
Portland, over North Bank road. 35 mln-
OT Commercial bldg., oor. 2d & Wash, sta.
A OOZY HOME.
4-room cottage, right on car 'ne; a bar
gain at $1500; terms. Call in and sea
Ph"0 HARTMAN THOMPSON.
Chamber of Commerce.
MT. TABOR NOB HILL.
Unquestionably Mt. Tabor Is the com
ing Nob Hill. There Is active demand
for lots and tracts now that watT, u,
Improved streets are assured. We are
selling view lota traits and houses on
Belmont. Prettyman and West avenue far
below next Spring's values.
Thre is no guesswork about it. xnlS
properly Is going up. Buy now.
B. S. COOK & CO.
50:t Corbett Bldg.
WE expect to build a number of 4. 8 and
6-rqoin bungalows and we desire to bulla
such houses as will meet the wants of
the people, and to better enable us to
meet that want we ask those parties con
templating building or purchasing to no
tify us, either in person or otherwise, tlie
kind of a bouse they want, the location
best suited for them and the amount
they want to put In houe and lot. O. M.
Smith, 415 Commercial Club bldg. Phone
ELEGANT 6-room modern house, lot 5n
100, china closets, porcelain bath, gas
and electric lights, fireplace, full con
crete basement, etc.; close in on Broad
way: an elegant up-to-date home; price
$3ii00. easy terms.
ROSE CITT REALTY INVESTMENT
Lumber Exchange. Cor. 2d and Stark.
FOR SALE Broadway, near Slst.. 7-room
modern house, natural finish. furnace,
cement basement, two lots. $5000; easy
terms. Phone C 106S, or F 379 oregonian.
SPECULATORS. CONTRACTORS OR
$14RS for beautiful lots, worth twle
this amount. In North Mount Tabor: very
easy terms given; sacrificed to eett.s an
F. FUCHS, 22Hi Morrieon st.
WE BUILD HOMES.
We have first-class, mou era facilities
for building homes upon terms within the
reach of all. Call and examine our up-to-date
THE VETERAN LAND CO.,
822 Chamber of Ci-mmerce.
(ROOM house near E. Alder and th. in
good condllion; patent toilet, bath, gas
and electrlcily. with lot BOvIOO. room fur
driveway and at rear for stable and gar
den: rent or home proposition; $2400; fa-
-vorable terms: immediate possession.
Culver, 423 Chamber of Commerce.
TWO lots on corner, 50 by 108 earh; large
well-built 7-room house, pantry, basement
and closets, bearing fruit trees and rose.
2 blocks from carline: a nice home or a
good investment, for $1500. For informa
tion call at 6.V Taylor.
81050 HOME Bargain; 6 rooms, modern,
and worth $2Sl); built 2 years: lot 40x
loO with small fruit; close to Firlnnd
station; owner leaving town and wants
the cash. Chapin & Herlow. 332 Chamber
I HAVE GOT TO SELL my 6 acres at
Hood River; plenty of apples and straw
berries; 1'4 miles from '"wn; .5jTLev
$2700: terms. Address 526 East Anken
st.. Portland, and see owner. v.
MT. TABOR BUNGALOW
of the most modern type, convenient in
all Its arrangements; large grounds;
grand view of the city and fee from
the East winds; handy to cars. Henkie
ir Harrison. 611 Gerllnger bldg
BARGAIN SNAP, CHEAPER THAN RENT.
Modern 7-room cottage, graded corner
lot. Mi block car; only $5oO down, bal
ance $200 yearly. Jones & Co.. 7s3 Daw
son st:. University. Woodlawn 2IH.1.
8 ACRES of choice ground at the Junction
of two well traveled avenues'; all In hlg.i
state of cultivation; choice orchard; largo
modern 8-room house; near good carline;
$0500. Full particulars given at 410 Fall
NEW 6-room house with bath, full cement
basenwnt and al! modern conveniences;
piped for furnace, lot 50x100. close to
Alberta car; -o. ii". -...
$25 per month. 325 Lumber Exchange.
$3500 A fine, new, modern 6-room house
and beautiful lot on Cleveland ave., near
Walnut Park: this is a fine home and a
good investment. C. F. Pfluger & Co..
room 14 Mulkey bldg., 2d and Morrison.
SELLWOOD HOUSE AND LOT $100.
3-room bouse, full lot, in Sellwood: a
Bnap; $750; $100 cash, balance like rent.
GRUSSI, 265 Washinton. cor. 8d, room 7.
160o Good 6-room house on nice 50x100
corner lot. right on Clinton streetcar line;
fruit trees; this will not last long at that
price; terms. C. F. Pfluger. & Co.. room
14 Mulkey bldg., 2d and Morrison sts.
A BARGAIN 20 acres on Willamette, near
Oregon City carline; fine soil, uncleared;
price, 14000. Other small tracts. E. Mel
drum. Meldrum Station. Address, Mll
6-ROOM modern house, hot water, fur
nace, and all modern improvements:
close in on East Ankeny carline. $4000.
5 lots, near Killlngswortli ave. 60x100
each $2150. Siege! & Co., "35 Morrison.
tlOiio CASH Quick sale takes 4-room cot
tage and two lots, one block from Mt.
Scott cars: wants to move East. Wied
rick, llo 2d st.
$5000 Nice Nob Hill home. 10 rooms; must
De sola quit.'.; uv,
HIGLEY. 132 THIRD ST.
IF you want Peninsular real estate cs 11 at
our office. Wlllametta Real Estate Co..
Willamette Station; St. John car. Phone
FOR SALE I must raise $50 at once, so am
forced to sell 2 lots In East Portland car
line, cement walks, water, all in, balance
any terms. B 402. Oregonian.
LARGE CORNER LOT
Central, East Side, in splendid location:
streets Improved; handy to rarllne Hen
kie & Harrison, oil G-rllnger bldg.
SPECIAL. Good Investment. $2200, terms;
two new houses, corner lot. Angeles Trun
Company. S26t Washington St., room
$1500. EASY terms, California bungalow, 4
rooms, modern, view of moantains; lot
50x100. See It. 1422 Morse St.. Weed
LOT ON EAST YAMHILL ST
50x100 on East Yamhill St., north front,
price $800. half cash. "
GRUSSI, 265 Washinton. cor. 3d. room 7
gyp Equity in 3 lots, restricted district:
will sell for cash or trade. A. Rolling,
325 Marguerite St., Montavilla car.
MUST sell 6 lots 50x100, 15 minutes from
center of Portland; price $1S5 per lot;
must go this week. 411 Couch bldg.
FOR SALE 6-room modern house by owner-
small payment down, balance month
ly.' 877 East 8th st. N..
8-ROOM bouse, full lot. near car. only $2150,
terms. Angeles Trust Company. 326
Washington st.. room 417.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, 4 acres, fine build
ing site, natural park. 3 blocks from car;
20 minutes. F 381. Oregonian.
MUST SELL half block, east-facing, near
North Alblna car barns, south Killings
worth ave. ,a bargain. Owner. East 651.
40 LOTS overlooking the river an the Pen
insula. $2500 cash, balance on time; price
$8000. 411 Couch bldg.
$35 FOR lots In Bandon. Or., while they
last- $1 down, $1 a week. .105 Fargo
bldg. Phones A 3237, Main 5641.
WEST SIDE 6-room cottage, $2500: also 6
room and 50x100: $4000; both walking dis
tance. 243 Stark.
EIGHT houeVs. East Side, easy terms, B. T.
Randall, owner, Woodburn, Or.
FOR SALE 8-room house and lot. 094
VERNON Must sell at once, choice I
make offer; see owner. A., 2 N. 3d St.
1175 Reservoir Park, fine lot, bargain for
cash. Main 1559. 619 Swatland.