SPEAKERSHIP TO GANNON AGAIN Republican Majority in House Means "Uncle Joe's" Re-election. BLOW TO TARIFF REFORM KeTlffion Bill Will Be Railroaded Through In Cannon Fashion Without Doing Injury to Trust' Interests. ORKGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Waah Imrron. IX .Nov. 12. The sue of th Republican majority in the next House of Representatives is such as to prac tically insure the re-election of Speak er Cannon. This means that the tariff bill tnat will be drawn by the com mittee on ways and means, and will subsequently be railroaded through the House in true Cannon fashion, will be far from satisfactory to the coun try at larire. and decidedly unsatisfac tory t those Republicans who truly believe In an honest revision ot the pingley schedules. Erervthing Cannonized. The re-election of Cannon as Speaker means the reappointment of Repre sentative Payne, of New York, as chair man of tlie committee on ways and means, with Representative Dalzell. of Pennsylvania, as ranking member of the committee. Payne and Dalzell practically run that committee, and they will, of course, run it in a way that will meet the approval of Speaker Cannon. Eut one vacancy exists in the Republican membership, due to the re tirement of Representative Watson, who made an unsuccessful race for the Governorship of Indiana, and the man appointed to fill the vacancy will be one whose tariff views coincide with the views of Mr. Cannon. Moreover, the Republican membership of the committee, as a whole, is not in sym pathy with the demand for tariff re vision, and the cuts made In the com mittee bill will not be of such a na ture as to meet the popular demand. Once the ways and means committee reports its bill a special rule will be brought in which In all probability will deny the House the right to amend the measure (tills being the Cannon method of passing; all important legis lation which would be amended If sub mitted to the House on Its merits), and the bill, after comparatively brief dis cussion, will be passed and aent to the Senate, where it will be entrusted to the tender mercies of the finance com mittee, of which' Senator Aldrich is chairman Wrangle In Senate. The first real consideration given the tariff bill will be that accorded It In the Senate, where the right of debate is unlimited, and where every Senator lias the right to talk to his heart's con tent. Not that debate Is going to in fluence the bill particularly, but that it will afford the true revisionists an opportunity to point out the unjust provisions of the measure and to offer amendments In accord with their re spective views. Moreover. every amendment offered In the Senate must be voted upon. If the Senator propos ing it Insists upon a vote. The Sen ate, unlike the House, is never com pelled t accept any measure as re ported by a committee. Hence the re port of the Aldrich committee is bound to be more or less amended by the Senate at the close of what will cer tainly be a prolonged discussion In the end the tarirf bill, whatever its provisions, will follow very largely the lines laid down by the Senate; it may bear very scant resemblance to the hill framed by the Payne com mittee In the House Nevertheless, with a more favorable ways and means com mittee there would be better prospect of honest revision than there will be under prevailing conditions. For In stance: Represents Steel Trust Representative Dalxell. who is realty the dominating figure on the ways and means committee. Is admittedly the representative of the Steel Trust and of the Pennsylvania coal barons. He was sent to Congress solely to pro tect their Interests, and what more natural than that Palxell should exer cise his great power to so shape the original tariff bill as to offer no af front to the Steel Trust or the Coal Trust. And Dal-ell is Just big enough to force that committee to do his bid ding In regard to the steel and coal schedules. Chairman Payne will back Ia!xeH In this particular, for Payne is subserv ient to nalzell, though ranking him on the committee. Dalzell will win out because he will be able to coerce less Influential members Into supporting his views: he will threaten to so modify other schedules affecting their respect ive states, unless they come to time on the steel anil coal schedules. And tose members, for the most part, cleverly chosen by Speaker Cannon, are Just weak enough to bow down to OhI zell. This scheme will work because there are t - Republicans on the com mittee und onlv 7 Democrats, and In the next House the Iemocratie member ship will not be Increased: if anything It will be curtailed, or else the Repub lican membership will be increased. Known as Payne BUI. Therefore, it Is true that the tariff Jaw to be enacted at the special ses sion of Congress, which will assemble next March, will be made In the Sen ate. It will in all likelihood go down In history as the Payne bill, because layne is chairman of the ways and meena committee, and as such will In troduce the measure in the House. And yet Payne will not recgniie. his ohild when It comes back from the senate for final tacceptanc by the House The present tariff law took lingley'a name l.ecause Representative Pingley. at the time of its enactment, was chairman of the ways and means committee. For lite same reason the two previous tar iff laws were known as the McKlnley law and the Wilson law. respectively. PRAISES GREAT BRITAIN Indian Prince Call on Subjects to Rally to British Support. CALCTTTA. Nov. 11 (Special.) The Maharajah of Renarea delivered an im pressive and Interesting address at a public meeting vf the citizens of Be nares recently. His Highness, In the course of liis speech, said: "Ijet us come forward and unite In a common cause. Let us. therefore, ral ly to the side of the government, to whom we owe all the peace and pros perity which we are enjoying at the present day. and from whom we ex pect hundreds of such and greater blessings. We are safe from Internal ; dissension and externa depredations. guarrtin g our extensive shores, which cost us notning. ana iw .mu . other nations are spending millions. The mighty army of the empire is ready to supplement our brave Indian army to protect us from foreign In vasion. We have no other external or Internal troubles or anxieties to en gage our attention. If under such fa vorable circumstances we do not try to develop our resources and make our country rich and contented, we shall have to thank ourselves, and none else. No country has ever benefited by acting against Its own government. "All the reforms and good can come only through good understanding be tween the rulers and the ruled. The reforms In Russia and Poland were re tarded and checked by lawlessness and anarchism, and those- In Germany and Austria progressed by loyal co-operation. It la fortunate that England does not set the example of Russia and Persia before It In quelling the dis turbances. We know what methods were employed by those autocrats to crush the rebellion and the spirit of lawlessness. I ask you. gentlemen, to compare the methods adopted by the British government In suppressing riots at Bombay with those of the French government In quelling those at Paris, both of which events took place within a few days of each other. "In the one. firing was had re course to as the last resort after every other method failed, while In the other it was the only method adopted. In the one the number of dead and wound ed came to dozens, while In the other they were counted by hundreds. These instances alone. If not hundreds or other substantial blessings conferred on us. should be a sufficient reason for us to be thankful to the Almighty for having placed us under the English government." GIRL OF 23 STILL CHILD Medical Experiment Will Be Tried by London Physicians. LONDON, Nov. 12. (Special.) A medical experiment of great interest is being tried in London in the case of the Devonshire girl. Mildred Hart. who. though nearly 23 years of age has not developed either physlcallv or mentally since she was 6 years old. She still plays with a doll, she has a more limited vocabulary than most children of 6 years old. and she still wears baby clothes. The girl's state Is due to a disease known as sporadic cretinism, and the one remedv which has so far been discovered consists In the administration of an ex tract of thyroid glands taken from ani mals. Accompanied by her mother the girl arrived in London a day or two ago, and the treatment began yesterday. If thyroid glands substance taken usual ly from sheep be given to such cases de velopment proceeds In the most remark able way. But to ensure success the patient should be treated when young before the ossification of bones has pro ceeded so far as to render growth im possible. This ossification Is generally completed by or before the age which Mildred Hart has reached. It is probable therefore that In her case the administration of thyroid glands will be too late materially to assist growth, though it may profoundly stimulate her mental processes. In any case the ex periment will have done no harm and she will at least have been given a chance. DA1XT METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. PORTLAND. Nov. 12 Maximum temper ature 61 2 -SETsea; minimum. 42.2. River reading at 8 A. M.. 2.K feet; chanre In la" 24 hours. O B foot. Total rainfall. 5 P. M to 5 P. M.. nil: total since September , 1908. s 54 inches: normal. 7.6 inches: de ficiency. 2.41 inches. Total sunshine Novem ber 11. 4 hours 30 minutes; possible. hours 3 minutes. Baromstsr (reduced to sea level), at i P. at:. 30.- tnchea. PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. S 5 Wind 5 2 31 3 i Co STATIONS. -5 S ST - va S g : 3 : : : - a : . t Bsk.r City..... Hismarrk. ...... Boise. - Eur.ka . . . Helena Kamloppe - North Hsad. .. . Pocsiello. ...... Portland Red Bluff Ros.burs;. ...... Sscrsmsnto tall Ukl San Francisco.. Epokane Tacoma Tatoosh Island. Walla Walla... Blaine Siskiyou . ....... llarshaald I 40.00; 4'SW ! 22 T I14.NW I SO 0.00 4'E Cloudy Snowing Cloudy 'Pt cloudy Clear Oloudv Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy 52 0.O 4 W n 0.0o' 4.HW 4o.(10 4'FW AO u.01,l E t-0.0 4 W 61 .m T B (M 0 .00 64 O.OOl 4 O.ft" 4KO.00 40. on pt clou-r Cloudy Cloudy IPt cloudy Cloud y ICloudy cloudy 40 O.OOi O.OO io 0.0 M E O .OOt 4 13 Raining Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Raining . ( 4"i O.001 4 NW , 5OO.001 4 SW i 5 O.OOl 4I.SW T Trmce. WEATHER CONDITIONS. Tha barometer continues vary high ovar the North Pacific and Northern Rocky Mountain states and aHboaia the weather Is cloudy over a large area no rain has fallen eac'Pt a small amount along the Im mediate coast from Capa mattery south to Coos Bay. . The chances m mussaum since ysstar dav have been small and unimportant. The indications are for generally fair weather In this district Friday, except along the coast, where light local rains will con- FORECASTS. Portland and vicinity generally fair: easterly winds. Oregon and Washington Generally fair, except light local rains along the coast; easterly winds. Idaho Fair. EDWARD A. BEAT-S District Forecaster the il -year-old daughter of Thomas A. F-dlson has been granted a patent on a road map on which a movable pointer Indicaiea the position of the automobile to It is attached. The machine may be lighted r-r .'..-f-'rlty r nlg'il . CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATE In Effect November 1. 108 ! or Sunday. One time 1" Seme ad two eoaserutlve times J- Sro- ad three, consecutive times. j mm ad six or seven consecutive times. oe Mx words eotmt as ona line on oasni ad vertisements, and no ad counted for teas than two lines. When aa advertisement la ot ma coasecatlve times the we-tlme rate PT lie"above rates apply to advertisements under "New Totuay" and ail other classlBca Uons excepting the following: Mtaatlons Wanted. Male. bltoallone Wanted, xemele. for Beat. Rooms. Private Famines. Rooms and Bord. Private lloasekeeping Booms, Private families. The rate on the above elaeamcatioaa la 1 eats a line ear Insertion. . On enargo or dw ...... ---- charge will be based eo tb actual aiujJiej of lines appearing rr"L tlT of the number of words to each Une. ngred" by measure only 14 Uses to the TEIFPHOM ADTgRTUFMEVTS For the convenience of patroas The Oregooiaa will accept advertisements (excepting -eitna- atlons Wanted" and -rm '"T l""' ration In elaaemed eolunma over the tele phone. Bills ror soro oorr..w mailed minieolately and naymeait Is expect- " i ill k. taken to SraveBt errors, bat The OreocUM wUI - be ro- sponalBle lor errors iu ... , 7V1 over the telephone. Telephones: Main UUt TO OCT-Or-TOWN PATRONS TO. Oro aeolan will receive copy by null, provided sugirlenl remittance for n definite number of Issues Is sent. Acknowledgment of sock remittance will be forwarded promptly. IB naSS OOK OUICW "' - - - regular Inns gWen. and coont this as part of the ad. Answers to advertisements will la ease boa on ice adareso is mi"", " ne lorwmrwew w " w , " dressed stamped envelopes ore furnished. A receipt will be glen for all nald-ln-ad-vaneo advertising. The Oregoalan will not 4 NW 4-NW ! 4 XW' I 4 W i 8'W I N AMUSEMENTS. vnni rhMtor Co.. Lessee. Inc. Tonight Ail Week alatlnee Saturday. Baker Stock Company In beajuful rural comedy. "SKY 1'AH.M. Prices 25c. 5c. 50c: matinee. 15c. 25c. Nest Week "The Man oo-cihe Box." BAKER THEATER Phones: Main . A 5S60 . OREGON THEATER CO. (INC. UESSBBI Geo. 1 Raksr. Geo. .lanagei Bargain Matinee Wed.. 2Sc any seat Tonight All We-k Regular Matinee - t "JCST OCT OF COLXEUK," BY GEORGE A1)E. Night prloas 2ic. S0c. 75c: Saturday mati nee. 5c, 50c: Wednesday ma-..2oo any seal. Next attraction "1-ttle Jolinnjr Jonea. THE STAR pho.e"uiu" Matinees Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday. For the entire week of November The Merriest and Brightest of All Comedies 'BROWN'S IN TOWN " Mstlneee at 2:30. Every evening at a. to night prices 15c. 25c. SSc. 50c Matinees 16c and 28c. Beats may be reserved by eltner KKXT WEIKeTOO FBOCU TO BEO." MAIN A ie Matinees Ex. Sundays and Holidays. 15-25-5DC NIGHTS THEATER 1S-2S-5Q-T5C Week of -Nov. Hall McAllister Co.; Italian TTW; union umickt, Orans. Ernest Van Pelt Co.j Ketta Vesta; Ernia Mildred Potts; Orchestra; Pictures. THE GRAND ANOTHER FIVE ENGLISH ROCKERS, with LACRA J AFFKAY. FOUR AMERICAN TRUMPETERS. THE GREAT HUGO -Vaudeville die Luxe BIG B1I.L. IE VOI AXD DAY TON SISTERS. IOI.EEN SISTERS. CORA THOMAS. IKED BAUER. GKANDASCOPE. PANTAGES THEATER Advanced Vaudeville. Mart of All Nation. FFRKA. "THE IRON MAT' IE -Prince, on -Athlete, will alio a ftO hors power touring car fllled with peo ple to run over him. Special added attraction. Fink' Per forming Mules, one ot the funniest acts la vaudeville cot a dull momont during the act. Matinees daily. 15c. Two shows at night, laVc and 25c. LYRIC THEATER Seventh and Alder. Tlie Btunkall Company In the Southern Emotional Play, LITTLE ALABAMA Assisted by Numerous Colored Auxili aries. Matinees Sunday; Tuesday. Thurs day and Saturday. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS fine MnnflAH Lato Mantle. 25c. ths uas Manuei eUai or the .. mantle on the market. Barrett. 410 Mor rison. Both phones. n'fwiff &000 coras first-class 4-foot flr UUU wood. 93 per cord delivered, phone Main 4435. Eagle Creek Fuei Com pany. 408 Corbett Bids;. our own conservartorles. Martin ft Forbes, 347 Washington st. Both phones. Electric Fixture "VSSS 'S prices or "J rig n - ah wi m. u---nu.ou. Western Electric Works. 1 Sixth stress. "PI af ino Knives, Forks and all Bilver riallllg wars rep la ted as good as new. Oregon piating Works, ltttu ana Alder. Mala 257 i. A 2073. W.MA O MaUsy AY Maabarger. S27 Wash TT lUC? ingtun street, phone Main 394. Free delivery. A galioa at 10-year-old Ingle nook Fort, S1.S0. fi-. Ksmmrrer eoa'i, the best Wyo VOtfcl m lug coal; gives more heat and less ash. Churchley Bros.. 13th and Marshall sts. phones Main 93 L, A 8931. rrl Richmond and Walleend Australian, VUU1 independent Co ml A Ice Company, opposite City Library- Both phones. WnA Ths Portland Fuel Co., 287 E. Mor f I UUU tison st.. Is prepared to furnish cord wood In largs and small Quantities at the lowest prlea. Phones B 2 sod B 102ft AUCTION BALES TODAY. By the Portland Auction Co., 211 1st st.; furniture, carpets, ranges, etc., at 2 P. M. harp. At Wilson's, corner Second and Yamhill, 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer. At Oilman'., 411 Washington St., at 10 o'clock A. M. B. L. N. Gilman, auctioneer. MEETING NOTICES. THE MODERN" BROTHERHOOD. NO. S17 wishes to announce the- first ball of the season. W- O. W. Temple, 11th St.. Sat urday, November 14; 00 cents per couple; extra lady, 25 cents. HA8SALO -IrODGtS, No. J., I. O. O. F- Regular meeting this Friday evening at 7:00. Work In the first degree. Visitors welcome. F. COZENS, Secretary. SHRINQRS. ATTENTION I LISTEN! Special PulJlnan cars carrying you to Ah land will leave the Union Depot at one-thirty) 1:30 Saturday morning. Ton can go on board this Friday) evening any time after 0 o'clock, niutrious potentate J. O. Mark will be there to make aHatgnmentji for Pull man accommodations and to whom you will pay for the seme. Your round trip certificates must be pur chased of the railroad ticket agent, paying one and one-third fare, S13.7-Y Do not forget to take along your fes and drew suit. J. G. MACK. B. (i. WHITEHOUSE, Potent:. Recorder. - m MYBTLK CHAPTER. O. E. 13. The Jp-sT mystic stars will glvs a card party wbSJm this t Friday) evening. No. 13. at the Ma port io Temple, cor. WeM Park and Yamhill sts. Admission 26 oents. D. G. TOMASINl, President. MYRTLE CHAPTER. NO. 15, O. E. S. Ra-irulsr meeting this fFYi.lav- evening in new Masonit Tt-mple. By order W. M. JENNIE H. GALLOWAY. Sec. PORTLAND LODGE. NO. B5, A. F. AND A. M. special com mnnlraUon this (Friday) evening at 7:30. Work la E- A. degree. Ail E. A. Masons Invited. By order W. M. DIED. J0HN8OV la this city, Nov. 12. at the family rertdence. lifM Rodney ave., Inea Johnson. a:ed 27 years. 6 month, 18 days, beloved wife of Frank Johnaon. Announce ment of funeral later. LE TELLIER At 1I5 East Salmon street. November 11. James Le Telller. aaed 83 years. Remains at Erlcson s chapel, awaiting the axTival of a son from Idaho. Announcement of funeral later. m'ERAL NOTICES. HANCE November 11. at the family resi dence. IS t"l Gloucester street, Porte mouth. Samuel W. Hance, aged 5t years. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend i the funeral aorvtces, which will be held at the above residence at 19 A. M. Sat urday, November 14, thence to Crema torium. HANCE November 11. at his residence, 1651 Gloucester st.. Portsmouth, Samuel W. Hance, aged o3 years. Funeral from the above residence at 10 A. M. Saturday, No vem-ber 1 4, thence to Crematorium, Friends invited. 8X ANTON At -La.5 Salmon street, Novem ber 12. William Stanton, aged 63 years 11 montha and 16 days. Funeral services will be held at Eticson's chapel, 400 Alder street, today (Friday). November 13. at 10 A. M- Friends Invited, in term-ant Greenwood- Ismtaadng. MrBntet OllgMsvgh, FaaersJ Dlrcra. 7th svnd PIua. JPtwa Mala 4Mb ady asatsttt-ns. OffUo mi Ctmif Caroaet. EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. FnDerml Dtrwc, , M S4 sc. aadjr aeslitsnt. Bbam M feel. J r. F1NLFY m MN. M and Madl-s. tMdr aUeods-at, Phoaas Mala . A lMt. IKLIJER-BYRX--8 CO.. rrawil DlrtwS errn. i gaiiiil, -as lOftS. adr aseUtmit. F. I. DrNNTNG, C-drtakar, 414 Kul EKacWJN fTNTER,TA K IN G COv Kmb-alns. N C i x ai--' Ml. Gran. Central Station Tims Card SOCTHEAN FACIIIC. ! Ting; Portland Rose burg Passenger . Cottage Grove passenger .... California Express San Francisco Kxpress ....... West bide Corvailis passenger Sheridan Passenger Forest Grove Passenger Forest Grove Passenger Forest Grove Paawnier . Arrivlnc Port land -Oregon Kxpress .............. Cottage Gro Pamienger .... Rose burg Passenger . Portland Express West Side Corvailis Passenger Sheridan Passenger Forest Grove Passenger Forest Grove Passenger ....a.. Forest Grove Pasgcng er 8:13 l m. 4:13 p. m. 7 p. m. 1:K a. m- 7:20 a. m. 4:10 pi m. 8:50 a. m 1:00 p. in. 6:40 p. m. 7:15 a. m. 11:30 a. m. 6:30 p. m. U:la p. m- 6:20 p. m. 10:30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 11:50 a. m. 4. 50 p. m. OREGON BAILKOAD A NAVIGATION CO. Leaving Portland Pendleton Passenger T:15 a. m 8:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 8:00 a m. 9:45 a. m. 6:50 p. m. 5:15 p. m. Chicago-Port land Special ...... Spoksne Flyer Kansiui City A Chicago Kxpresa. . Arriving Portland Spokane Flyer Chi., Kan. City A Portland Ex.. Chicago-Portland Special Pendelton Passenger NORTHEBN PACIFIC. Lesivlng Portfausd Tacoma and Seattle Express I 6:30 a.m. North Coast A Chicago Limited.) 2:00 p.m. Overland Express .....jll:45 p. m. Arriving Fort bind North Coast Limited - 7:00 a.m. Portiand Kxpreas p. m. Overland Expresjs S:5 p.m. A-sTOBIA A COLUMBIA BJVER. Lcwvlng Portland Astoria & Seaside Express Astoria Passenger Arriving; Portland Seaside A Portland Passenger. . Portland Express 8:00 a, m. 0:00 p. m. 12:15 p. m. 10:00 p m. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Leavinr Portland C. P. R- Short Line, via Spokane 8:15 p. m. ll:4o p. m. Via Seattle Arriving Portland C. P. R. short Line, via Spokane Via Seattle 8:O0 i 7:00 i Jefferson-Street Station SO V THi-KN PACltlC. Leaving Portland Dailaa Passenger , Dallas PasseuKer , Arriving Portland Dallas Passenger Dallas Passenger .......... 7:40 1 4:15 0.15 1 5:50 J " OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY. Arriving Portland Wilsonvllle Local Salem 'and Intermediate Local . Wilsonville Local Salem and Intermediate Express. Sulem and Intermediate Local.. W i 1 son vi lie Local Salem and Intermediate Express. Salem and Intermediate Local. . Salem and Intermediate Express. Leaving Portland Salem and Intermediate Local. . Wilsonville Local Salem and Intermediate Express. Salem and Intermediate Local. . Wilsonville Local Salem and Intermediate Express. Salem and Intermediate Local. . Wilsonville Local Salem and Intermediate Express. 7:05 a. m. 8:15 a m. 10:30 a. m. 11:20 a. m. 1:20 p.m. 4:45 p. in. 4:00 p. m. 5:40 p. m. 8:15 p. m. 6:25 a, m. 7 :35 a. m. 8:35 a. m. 11:10 a. m. 1 : 10 p. m. 2:05 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 5:10 p m. 6:Q5 p. m. NEW TODAY. BIT. TABOR BUNGALOW Of the most modern type;' large living: room with fireplace; dining-room: beam ceiling; and paneled;, piped for steam heat; gras and electric light; large clos ets to all bedrooms; built-in cupboards; splendid bathroom, -with neat plumbing; rooms all tinted; hand-painted frieze; Inlaid linoleum on kitchen, bath and pantry, shades on all windows; best of hardware used; large grounds; the view is unsurpassed; handy to car. We .are pr.md to show this one. Henkle & Harrison Bll Gnrliuger BIdg.. 2d and Alder. 4 ACRE TRACT On West Side, on 4th street road, which will soon be electrified. Then you will wish you had bought. Only 28 minutes' ride from 4th and Stark W. B. Streeter 201 Rothchild Building. A SNAP 110 ai-rss of beat soli. 2.V, miles from Dallas, n mil to railroad and school; good B-roora housa with hot and cold water, phone and B. F. D., windmill and tank, larsje barn and outbuildings, 40 acres In fruit of ths best kind. apples. cherries, peaches and English walmus, trees varying In ass from 4 to 1 years. A sood money maker. Price only HS.OOO, 40O( cash, bal ance easy terms, will stsnd fullest Investi gation. KAUFFMANN & MOORE .S2-5 Lumber Eschangre. lOOxlOO Southwest quarter of Tenth and Flanders streets. 100x100, offered for 10 days at 132,000. The Shaw-Fear Company XiSSi Strak Street. A BARGAIN 42 H acres, on Base Line road, lli 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. a-ood housa, 2 good barns and outbuildings; windmill, srranary. etc.; water piped to house and barn. .4000 will handle, balanc 5 years at 6 per cent. KACFFMAS MOORE. 324-25 Lumber Ezcbange. NOB HILL HOME Sold on the Moral Risk. pbice $6750 Terms Nothing down. $50 per month. Eight rooms; solid stone foundation; every modern convenience. The most select neighborhood. FID.S.ITT TRUST COMPACT (Owner), UOl Board of Trade Bids. I'hone Main 447. 100 ACRES ON PENINSULA For sale at a bargain. No phoning. BRONG-STEKLE CO llt Second St. IRVING STREET Choice residence lot. near 24th street, for sale. Furnished Bungalow Holladay's Addition, for sal at sac rifice. SMITH A ETERKTT. $-a-J. Swetland U-ilding:. EXTRA GOOD New brick building, leased to responsible firm, located north of Burnside street, east of 9th. Land values are rapidly advancing in this lo calit3r. ' Pays " 62 NET On price. $25,000 You could not duplicate this for less than $30,000. . Washington St. 50x100, east of 13th. $50000 E. J. DALY 222-223-224"Pailing Bldg. 3V3 ACRES One mile from IRVINGrTON Containing 24 lots, 50x100 feet. W. B. Streeter 201 Rothchild Bldg. Will Vasa for a term of years, lot 50x100, Flf'.h st, south of Postoffice. For Snle: Several 8 and 9-room houses, modern in every respect, Hol laday Additiono. Terms. Acreage on Base Line road, 10 miles from city, 22 Vt acres. May be had at very reasonable figure, if taken at once. Five acres. Glenhaven Park. J6D0 per acre, this week only. Quarter block In Alblna; very rea sonable; terms. Smith &. Everett S15 Swetland bldg. NEB THIS BEAUTIFUL HOE In one of the most exclusive residence districts of Portland. A modern home of 6 rooms just completed. Panoled dining-room, beamed ceilings, fireplace, furnace, large open porch, double walls and floors, built by day s work, not contract; 15-foot alleys, full lot; evervt.iing anybody could want; $4200: terms. You must see this place to appreciate it. J. R. STIPE T20 Chamber of Commerce. For particular reasons if a buyer can be found who can act Immediately I will sell one of ths laraest and by ail odds ths cheapest and most beautifully situated tract of fruit land In the state. It is in the proper locality and Is exceedingly choice; :ould be subdivided and sold for ten times the price asked. It will take .IiO.000 to handle It. balance eaRy terms. Address V 391. Ore.onian. milWaukie 1.1 acres of finest soil, a splndld fruit and dairv farm as well as an ideal country home. All In cultivation, plenty of .fruit. good plastpred house with bath and hot and cold water; very tight.?, overlooking the country Knsine-house, excellent barn and (ood outbuildings; everything In best shape and very well arranged ; good water; also creek. Will sell all or part; price $S30 per acre. Including all implements and good stock of dairy cows; $0000 cash, balance easy terms. KAUFFMANN & MOORE 325 Lumber Exchange. 28 ACRES ON PENINSULA For sale: good platting property; close to car. No phoning. Call on IlRONti-STEELE CO 119 Second St. A4r Ofrfl Thurman-st. Business $15,000 frapPerc"e0nLh,2:'000- " Martin J. Higley 13i THIRD ST. 12 on $25,000 4 block. North 17th St.; A-l Investment IJ"D A CO-, T-nmber Exchange. KJ-AL ESTATE DEAtEKS. Andrew. P. V. A Co.. M. 3340. 33 Hamilton bg. Baker. Alfred A., 115 Ablngton bldg. Chapin & Her low, 332 Chamber of Commerce. Cook. B. S. & Co., 603 Corbett bldg. Cross ley Co., 706-9 Corbett bldg. M 7835. Fields. Co., Board of Trad bldg. Goddard. H- W-, Main and A 1743, 110 Sd at. JanDlngs & Co. Main 168. 206 Oregoniao. Leo, M. E.. room 411 Corbett bldg. Mall St Von Borate!. 104 2d st. 391 E. Bunhtde. Palmer. H. P.. 213 Commercial Club bldg. M 869ft. A 2603. Parrish. Watkins & Co.. 250 Aldsr at. Bichardaon. A. B.. 221 Com.-Club bldg. Schalk. Geo. D., 264 Stark st Main or A Sharkey, J. P. & Co.. 222 Sixth at. BwenMoa, A. F. & Co.. 23V Washington at The Oregon Real Estate Co.. Grand ave. and Multnomah at. CHolladny Addition.) Waddel, TV. O.. 309 Lumber Exchange bldg. J FOB SALE REAL ESTATE. Iistot) Terms; 7 large rooms, plastered, one lot H block car station. Mount Scott line; Stewart Station. Phone Tabor 660. G. W. Wells- 4 ACRES, chicken ranch, at Oak Grove, ebeap; Oregon City car; little cash. Owner, 514 McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark. STOP paving rent; 1 acre uncleared. West Sliie, 5c ride; payments; no agents. L 367. Oregonian. a ACRES, high and sightly, for platting; good car service; will sell until Nov. IS, . $6000. Call 410 Falling bldg. EIGHT houses. East Side, easy term. B. X 2taadall viier, Woodburn, Or, INCOME INVESTMENTS. Elegant New Flat Building Paying, and will continue to pay 10 per cent net on $19,000. Spot Cash. Another Choice One at 21.50O. Now paying 161-3 per cent net on cash required. Cash. One at 913.000. Income 10 per cent net on purchase price. $10,000 Cash Required. These incomes should catiffy you; but thev will Increase materially within the next year, and prices will advance pro portionately. You will probably approve your action if you BUY NOW. COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY, T14 Couch Bldg. 109 Fourth St. A COZY HOME. 4 -room cottage, right on carllne; a bar rain at $1500; terms. Call in and see photo. HARTMAN A THOMPSON. Chamber of Commerce. WE expect to build a number of 4, & and S-room bungalows and we desire to build 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, the kind of a house they want, the location best suited for them and the amount they want to put in housu and lot. O. M. Smith, 416 Commercial Club bldg. Phone Main 3860. COZY HOME GOOD INVESTMENT. $500 cash buys that beautiful new 5 room house on East Salmon st.. price only $2700; upstairs rear sleeping porch, very attractive and strictly modern, ce ment walks, sewer, improved street. H. W. Lemcke, 210-211 Corbett bldg. Main 1177. A-SW35. FOR SALE Broadway, near 31st.. 7-room modern house, natural finish. furnace, cement basement, two lots. ?.r000; eany terms. Phone C 106S, or F 379 Oregonian. WEST SIDE INCOME PROPERTY. $21,500 Full quarter block, centrally located on 14th St.; fully improved; in come $140 per month; terms. - $8000 Corner lot and 4-flat building on 17th bl, north of Washington; income $80 per month. W. O. WADDELL. 309 Lumber Exchange. $50 CASH, balance email monthly pay ments, buys new, modern, 4-room cottage in good district ; price only $14u0, on a choice lot, 40x100, has bath, pantry, full front veranda, rear porch, solid concrete foundation; it will be sold quick, so call early. H. W. Lemcke. 210-211 Corbett bldg. Main 1177. A 2635. 6-RCOM house near E. Aldetr and 35th, in (food condition; patent toilet, bath, gas and electricity, with lot GOxloO, room for drive way and at rear for stable and garden; rent or .lome proposition; $2400; favorable terme; immediate posseeeion. Culver, i23 Cham ber of Commerce. $550 CASH and $12 monthly will buy 1300 cottage in Woodlawn. Beautifully finished ft-room residence on East Yamhill, everything modern, lot 100x100, for only $10,000; cash, balance terms. Atlas Land Co., 420 Lumber Ex change. WE BUILD HOMES. We have first-class, modern facilities for building homes upon terms within the reach of all. Call and examine our up-to-date methods. THE VETERAN LAND CO.. 822 Chamber of Ct-mmeroa. WEST SIDE FLATS. Nice, clean and new, well-tenanted and always so; this Is paying well and the rent can be Increased; this place is close in, is a bargain; not for trifiers. HENKLE & HARRISON. 511 Gerlinger Big. $6 ACRES, with frontagt. on Willamette River and extending back to improved county road, running water on tract, mostly in wild state with native treea and shrubbery; five miles from Portland, 1500 feet from electric line; price 924,500. H. G. Starkweather, route 1, Milwaukle, Or. Phone Oregon City, Farmers 186. CENTRAL EAST SIDE. 8-room house on Improved streets, beat of neighborhood, cement steps and walks, for $J300 and worth it; can make terms. HENKLE & HARRISON, 511 Gerlinger Bldg. $1950 HOME Bargain; 6 rooms, modern, and worth $2.00; built 2 years; lot 40x 100, with small fruit; close to Firiand station; owner leaving town and wants the cash. Chapln & Herlow, 332 Chamber of Commerce. HANDSOME NEW BUNGALOW. $45006 rooms, handsome tioors. fur nace, also broad fireplace. choice lot, high-class residence district, built for a home. H. W. Lemcke, 210-211 Corbett bldg. Main 1177. A 24-15. S ACRES of choice ground at the junction of two well traveled avenues; all in high state of cultivation; choice orchard; largo modern 8-room house; near good carline; $6500. Full particulars given at 410 Fall ing building. WALNUTS Your future in a nutshell; 6 acres of walnuts bearing will give you an independent income for life. I have 5 acres best land in Yamhill County, near McMinnville, for sale; very easy terms. A 405, 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. BELMONT-STREET HOUSE. $650. Good 7-room house on Belmont street, in Sunnyside. Price, $27rrO, $650 caaii, bal ance like rent. See Grursl, 2t5 Wash ington, cor. 3d., room 7. NEW 6-room house with bath, full cement basement and all modern conveniences; piped for furnace, lot 50x100, close to Alberta car; SJ600; $500 down, balance S5 per month. 3-o Lumber Exchange. GREAT INVESTMENT SUNNYSIDE. Good 5-room house, lawn, roses, trees, 1 lots, on Belmont St., near 34th. OWNER'S SACRIFICE $27.-,0. Haverstic & Gallagher. 343 Wash. St. 70x100 CORNER LOT. Central East Side, splendid surround ings, streets improved, handy to carline. HENKLE & HARRISON. 51t Gerlinger Bldg. "CASH BARGAIN. Beautiful building site 100x100, corner, close in. Hawthorne ave., district $1600, worth $2000. Call on owner. 602 McKay bidg. 50x100, East Main St., near 17th; south front; cement sidewalk: macadam street; sewer, gas. Price very low for quick sale. See owner. 809 Lumber Exchange. JF you want Peninsular real estate call at our office. Willamette Real Estate Co., Willamette Station; SU John car. Phone Woodlawn lfioS. TWO LOTS, EAST 28TH NEAR CLINTON. 100x100 on hi. 28th, near Clinton. Price, $800; a real snap. See Grussi. 265 Washington, cor. 3d, room 7. $1500, EASY terms, California bungalow, 4 rooms, modern, view of mountains; lot 50x100. . See It. 1422 Morse St.. Wood lawn. FOR SALE 6-room modern house by own er; email payment down, balance month ly. 677 East 6th St. N- GILT-EDGE investment; 4 -apartment fiat, fine location, net IS per cent, 4200; terms. E 1115, B 1437. 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 Killlngs 'worth ave. ,a bargain. Owner, East 661. $33 FOR lots in Bandon. Or., while they laSt J 1 OuHi ' " d. w sai Bw bldg. Phones A 3237, Main 5641. 91250 Full block. 200x200; level; 5-cent fare. 4 block car; pleasant surroundings. Phone -Main &75. WET SIDE. 5-room cottage. $500; also 6 room and 50x100; $4000; both walking dis tance. 243 Stark. FULL lot nn Kearney, near 21st, $3500. MARTIN J. HIGLKY. 132 Third st. 160. ACRES of land, Tillamook County, for sale cheap. T 90, OreganUa. SPECULATION AND INCOME. Fine 4 BLOCK close to business and warehouses. Fine, nearly new house at one side that will pay nearly 5 per cent on entire f:cfc $3.KC. Some Terms. Let us show you how ymi can make THIS A WINNER,. Then for $18,500. Part Cash. We can sell you an especially desirable i B LOCK, surround ed by property that has sold recently at 1-3 MORE than w ask for this, and it has TWO GOOD RESIDENCES on It that will pay ex pn se of carrying, and from 5 to 6 pr cent net ou entire investment, nnd ths ground will be worth, at a conservatUe estimate, $:0.000 within ten years. , If this looks good to you, better GET IT NOW. COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY. T14 Couch Bldg. 109 Fourth 9f. ENGLISH WALNUT We are the largest owners s.nd plant era in Oregon. We have the only planted tracts on the market. Our properties ere In the walnut country, Yamhill 6-acre tracts, planted. $100 cash. $15 per month, CHURCHILL. MATTHEWS CO., INO. 110 Second st. ACREAGE FOR THE SPECULATOR ANO HOMESEEKER. There Is not much of It. There are 13 acres in one piece and 4 acres in another, t'he pricr is riht. There are hundreds ot people who would buy this land if (hey should see It. It Is within S miles oi Tort land on the Hlllsboro Electric Kail way; lies sloping from the road to the railroad and only a short distance from a station; price .00 and $:(;." per acre; land is all cleared and fenced. See THE DUNN-LAWRENCE CO.. 24S Alder Street. $5000. Full lot. east facing. In Irvfngton; new bungulow, double constructed, fireplare in living-room, veneer paneling in dining room, furnace, everything complete; move right In. GEO. D- SCHALK 204 Stark at. TWO nice full Jots In Woodlawn, all cleared and in fine young fruit trees; Bull Run water piped to lots, near car; a genuine bargain if taken at once ; $700, easy terms. HARTMAN A THOMPSON. Chamber of Commerce. BEAUTIFUL LOT N HOLLADAY. All improvements, very cheap., elevated, south facing. 50x100; sewer, water in yard; cement walk; parked, with pavd streets; 3 blocks from car; all improvements paid; $1200. HEILMAN & LATHROP. Over Merchants National Bank. NOW Is the time to secure a bargain in nice home sites: we have a few choice lots from $1100 to $2500; al?o a fine list of two story resi-iences from $3700 to $12,000, terms to suit. For further particular! call at office, 15th and HaLsey eie. Broadway. Irvlngton cars. East 96, C 1993. Dolen & Herdman. SPLENDID new bungalow, 5 large rooms; nwdern plumbing, -lot 43x100, on E. Taylor, near E. 311th; sewer, improved street, cobble-stone front, walls tinted; fine gas and electric fixtures in, attic, cement bauement, laundTy trays, miilon finish; for prire and terms see Conklln Bros., owners, 302 Roth child bldg.. or E. 3."ith and Hawthorne ave. FOR SALE Kenton business property in Original Swift Townsite; rooming-houses, vacant lots, warehouse, business and res idence property. Our business chances are exceptionally good. See the E. L. Fraley Co.. 017 Board of Trade bldg. Main 9416, A 31. $8. GOOD LOT. good house, good location; $3000 takes that nice home. 1009 Alblna ave., near Blandena, on Missiaslppl-a venue line, with graded 50-foot lot, street and nidewrilk, with water, gas. electricity and bath; $140O mortgage. Western Investment Co., 6l'J Corbett blk. ' MODERN HOME. 6 rooms and den; Interior finish of se lected material; fine lawn, excellent, loca tion; a rare bargain if sold Kon; can be had at $3700: terms. C. B. LUCAS, 322 Corbett bldg.' SMALL HOME FOR HORSE AND BUGGY. Nice modern cottage, 4 rooms and bath; be?t plumbing, nice location, brand new; price $15k;. horse and buggy as part pur chase, price; terms. See Jas. C. Logan, t room 411 Corbett bldg. HALF A BLOCK. We have half a block in Woodstock, only $750. PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON, S. E. Cor. Third and Oak Sts. TWO lots on corner, 60 by 108 each; 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 $1600. For informa tion call at 555 Taylor. NICE 20-acre chicken ranch, 4 miles N. W. of Linnton on fine county road, only i mile from new carline; finest of soil, level, some nice timber; will be worth $1000 per acre In 5 years. C. F. ptiuger & Co.. room 14 Mulkey bldg., 2d and Morrison sts. A BARGAIN BUY A whole block and new, modern 11 -room house with furnace, etc., nice orchard, best oC soil, in l!ppcr Al-bina- only $8250; terms. C. F. Pfluger & Co., room 14, Mulkey bldg.. 2d and Mor rison sts. NEW 5-room modem house right close to car; good sidewalks; well worth $1O0; posi tive! v must be sold. BCKardloe of price; no reasonable offer will be refused and only a few hundred dollar required. Call at once. 513 Chamber Commerce. $250 CASH and small payments' buys new 4 room cottage, improved fenced lot. ehflde trees, nice porch fwcing north, large rooms and windows; bathroom, hot water tank; a choice little home for $950. Portland Homes Co., 204 Morrison st. FINE BUILDING SITE. One acre, fronting on street ; water on. ground; fm- quick sale price has been re duced to $l!O0; will s H a-m; terms. C B. LX'CAS. 322 Corbett bldg. FOR PALE Thebest H block of ware house property in the city for the money: be convinced. W. C. Harding Land Co. dnc FO 4th st., ground floor. Board or Trade bldg. Phone Main fi465. A 82g. WHY LEAVE v ur money in the hank at 4 per cent when we can sell 2 houses and lot for $4000 that xm net 10 per cent on investment? $1000 cash. 420 Lum ber Exchange. LOT ON CORBETT ST. Nice business lot. 35x70. on Corbett at., a fine place to build a store or a good speculation. $1200. Grussi. 265 Wash ington, cor. 3d. room 7. $65 CASH, $10 monthly, fin lot on Brond way in restricted district. $650, includ ing cement sidewalk. Why rent? Buy now and build, on easy terms. Purse, 818 Chamber of Commerce. Main J500 WILL handle close-in home, new, mod em best bath and toilet, cement base ment combination flrturea, on b. Morrison, et. H oilman A Lathrop, over Merchants National Bank. 4 jOO House of 7 rooms, situated on 5 of most sightly lots at Mount Tabor: handy . h .,,ii.rod -ith fin nld fruit I rrpps: no location on East Side superior. Owner 146 2d St. I'hone Main 5h.l. $32 000 Quarter block with new builutnes, splendid income property now; opportuni ty to increase great; $20.fM0 will handle the deal- T 3-6, Oregonian. ifo WILL buy, close in on E. Belmont, fine place for bungalow; $350 will hana.i if balance easy terms. Bellman & Lathrop. over Merchants National Bank. 1700 7 rooms, a good modern home for le-s than it Is worth. Frank X-ucaa. 210 Chamber of Commerce. $3000 Corner, 100x100. close if; ood 8-room house; room for three more houses; ha.f block to car. Main 6202. $350 3 beautiful lots close to car at snap prices. Frank Lucas, 216 Chamber of Commerce. LOTS and houses in Woodstock at reason able prices. Apply C. L. Parker. Wood stock. ---------- 10-ROOM house. Flanders St., $50K. near 21 MARTIN J. HIGLEY. 132 Third st. gjiWXl Warehouse lot. railroad. North Port- ' land, income $33. owner. L 414, Oregonlnn. ACREAGE near electric line, $350 to $750 per acre. 325 Lumber Exchange. (Las Tmiflhl JS Ot -nil Xj -ia1 i s4l(. asMWast. vm -Maw. a xw.