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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1909.
THREE CAMPS ARE
Kellaher Will Run as Indepen
dent, and Munly Will Be
Backed by Democrats.
ALBEE MAY ENTER RACE
SIcCusker Faction Hopes to Bring
Out Iatter, but Friends of Regu
lar Party Nominee Are Con
fident of Victory.
Not less than three forces, each op
posed to Simon, already are at cross
purposes In their anxiety to pit some
one candidate against the choice of the
Republican primary election. Demo
crats, having nominated Judge Munly,
would concentrate all of the anti-Simon
strength on their candidate. Dan Kel
laher declared yesterday that he would
be an independent candidate for Mayor,
and is said to be depending on Rush
light's friends to boost his candidacy
as the proper man to gro up against
Tom McCusker and his associates pro
pose to bring- out State Senator H. R.
Albee to oppose the Republican nomi
nee, and they are so confident that
Albee is the only man who can meas
ure up to the job that they probably
will refuse to accept either Kellaher or
Munly. That is the way the Mayoralty
situation looms up. Each of the three
wants the other two camps to abdicate
and unite on the candidate of its own
Speaking for the Democrats. George
H. Thomas, chairman of the City Cen
tral Committee, yesterday said the
Democrats expected to conduct a vigor
ous campaign and devote their efforts
towards organizing all of the antl
Slmon forces under the Munly banner.
Would Center on Munly.
"If the forces standing for improved
conditions in government are sincere
and really wish to defeat Simon, and
want to maintain Statement No. 1 and
the primary law, they have for their
guidance the results of yesterday's pri
mary election," said Chairman Thomas.
"A divided opposition means defeat.
Judge Munly has already been nomi
nated in opposition to Joseph Simon,
and he was nominated under the pri
mary law. Now, upon what logical
grounds will any earnest citizen op
posed to Joseph Simon refuse to vote
lor Judge Munly?" w
"I certainly shall be an independent
candidate for Mayor in June," said Sen
ator Kellaher yesterday. "I expect
within a few days to issue a formal
letter to the voters, explanatory of my
candidacy and the platform on which
I will ask their support. I shall make
n active campaign, and believe I have
a good chance to win."
The Kentucky Kllck voiced Its com
plete satisfaction in the nomination of
Judge Munly for Mayor on the Demo
cratic ticket by issuing the following
congratulatory message, addressed to
the Portland Democracy:
The Kentucky Kllck congratulates the
Democracy of Portland upon the triumphant
nomination of .Tudse Munly for the Mayor
alty. The Klick rejoices in the similarity
of the political sltuntion this year and that
of two and four years affo, when, through
Its "friends' in the Republican party, it
succeeded In nominating- weak Republican
candidates for Mayor and It is certain that
the Democrats are destined to have another
"Cake" in the approaching; June election.
- Republicans Are Elated.
Republicans generally are elated
with the result of the primary election.
Success of the assembly ticket, with
only two exceptions, will be ratified at
a gathering of Republicans in the Sell-ing-Hirsch
building Wednesday night.
Details of this Jollification are In the
bands of the officers of the Republican
Club. Invitations have been extended
alike to the successful and defeated
candidates, and all Republicans who
believe in party organization and ef
fort, party activity and the election of
the complete ticket nominated Satur
day, to attend.
Supporters of Mr. Simon do not regard
with any degree of seriousness the re
port that the Republican nominee chosen
In the primary election will be opposed
m June by any Independent Republican
candidate or candidates'. They feel that
the decisive majority recorded for Mr,
Simon Saturday In itself should operate
very effectively to discourage independ
ent candidacies. Reference to the com
plete unofficial returns, published in The
Bunday Oregonian. shows that Mr. Simon
received a majority over all of SS7, while
his plurality over Rushlight reached
23S1. The complete unofficial vote for
Mayor, as compiled by The Oregonian,
was: Bailey. 319; McDonell, 1355; Rush
light, S:-"7; Simon, 5S0S.
The anti-assembly forces', while aver
ring that they will not lie down, admit
frankly that the best time to have put
Mr. Simon out of the way was In the
primary election. They do not undertake
to deny that the ex-Senator has been
regularly nominated as the Republican
nominee for Mayor, while the man they
were supporting, not with any great en
thusiasm, was a poor second in the pre
l.ane No longer Considered.
Political gossip Is agreed that the
nomination of Judge Munly for Mayor
by the Democrats In preference to Lane
eliminates the latter as a Mayoralty pos
sibility. This te a result entirely agree
able to the Republicans and to many
Democrats. The Republicans are satis
fied because I-ane admittedly was re
garded by them as the strongest Demo
crat that could be matched against
Simon. Members of Lane's own party
have no complaint to make since they
were ready to take chances with almost
any other candidate. Neither side places
any credence In the report that Lane
will yet be brought into the contest as
an independent candidate. They are
willing to consider that Lane has gone
Into political seclusion until state politics-
begin to stir next year, when he is
expected to go after his party's nomina
tion for Governor.
Friends of the Republican ticket that
has been nominated expect to do every
thing within their power to pacify the
party membership and rally all party
voters to the support of every nominee
In the June election. At the same time
they profess not to be alarmed over the
reported independent candidacy of Dan
Kellaher. unattached, and H. R. Albee.
choice of the antl-ass-jmbly element.
With Munly barked by the Democratic
strength and Kellaher and Albee divid
ing the anti-Simon following, the friends
of the ex-Senator feel confident they will
carry the day In the June election.
M BONEI.L FAILS TO REGISTER
Candidate Finds at Last Moment He
One of the Republican candidates for
Mayor In Saturday's election not only
did not vote for himself, but he did not
add to the vote of either of hto three op
ponents. The fact is, he did not vote at
alL The candidate was Charles EL Mc
Donell. The reason he did not vote was
REPUBLICAN VOTE FOR WARD COUN
CILMKN. Second Ward.
5 1 341
7 . 41
Total ..... 376;'
-Wallace's majority. 63.
Dunning'! majority. 78.
2 S! 2
? ? ?
S4 47 2R
22 43 32
13 55 1!
5 B9 24
22 87 42
5 45 IS
37 43 49
34 37 33
24 61 25
23 8 1 2!
1 41 43
i 220 60S 840
Watkins' maj ori ty .
K SI H
3 n i
? ' ?
5 7 3
BO 38 54
3 8 17
SO 44 65
61 19 28
104 20 17
32 29 79
41) 26 48
711 23 29
62 29 32
54 33 21
63 73 34
71 . ,
Total 7301 353 427
aieneiee s plurality, 308.
Totall 1251 70 182 264 13SI 182 15S 852
iius plurality, 12.
because he had failed to register. In the
excitement of the campaign. Mr. McDon
ell was so busy looking for votes and ad
vising electors to register that he forgot
to qualify as an elector by registering
himself. When he went to his polling
place In Precinct 1, Ward 1, late in the
afternoon to vote, he discovered that he
had forgotten to register.
Looking about for the required six free-
COMPIETE UNOFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC
VOTE FOR MAYOR.
fll 42 ..
4! 43 ..
44 . .
48 . .
47 . .
52 . .
54 . .
57 . .
81 59 ..
4 60 ..
8 62 ..
66 . .
67 . .
9 . .
0 . .
73 . .
Grand total . 8!392
holders by whom he could swear his vote
in, McDonell was further chagrined for
the reason that he could find only three
such citizens. But time is precious to a
candidate for public office, especially on
election day, and he finally gave the
task up and proceeded to look after his
candidacy In other precincts. About the
only consolation Mr. McDonell can gain
from his inability to vote' is the fact that
one vote either way would not very ma
terially have changed the result of Sat
COMMITTEE ' VILTj ORGANIZE
Republicans to Meet Tonight in
A. B. Manley, temporary chairman of
the Republican city central committee,
has issued a call for a meeting of the
committeemen at the Selling-Hirsch
building at 8 o'clock tonight. This meet
ing has been called under the provisions
of the direct primary law, which require
that the central committees of political
pno Australian, Wyominr and Washington
"'Coal delivered promptly In any quan
tity. Phone us your order. Star coal Co.
40 2d st. Phones Main 1613. A 1&&4.
mine coal: a Ives mora heat and less
ash. Churchley Bros.. 13th and Marshall
sts. phones Main 031, A 3931.
Vlnrict Cut Flowers always fresh from
I! luiiot our own conservatories. Martin
ft Forbes Co 847 Washington at- Both
Electric Fixtures "kom,eu"' gS
prices are right. ' All work guaranteed.
Western Electric Works, 61 Sixth street.
THntincr Knives. Forks and all Silverware
A iHUllg replated as good as new. Oregon
Plating Works. 16th and Alder. Main S575.
fnnvl Richmond and Wallsend Australian.
VUBl Independent Coal A Ice Company,
opposite city Library.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
The first sale of Prince Rupert lots will be held at
Vancouver, British Columbia, May 25th to 29th, 1909.
Prince Rupert is the "Western terminus of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway. The sale will be held in the
interests of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company
and the Government of British Columbia; half of the
lots offered being owned by each party. From 2000
to 2400 lots will be offered.
The sale will be held by auction and the terms of
payment will be one-quarter cash and the balance in
one, two and three years, with interest at six per cent.
Agreements will be executed immediately on payment
of the first installment, and purchasers may enter into
possession at once. -
Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means that
the government of British Columbia guarantees all ti
tles. For maps and further particulars, write,
C. D. RAND,
Agent for the Government and Railway,
Vancouver B. C.
parties shall meet within five days fol
lowing the primary election and effect
an organization. Permanent organiza
tion of the Republican committee will be
formed at tonight's meeting, which, it
is expected, will be attended by every
member of the committee.
It is the purpose of the Republican
committee to conduct an active campaign
preceding the municipal election June 7,
that the election of the entire ticket nom
inated Saturday may be assured. The
details of such a campaign will be out
lined at the meeting tonight and other
business properly concerning the party
organization will be transacted.
The Democrats also are planning an
active campaign in support of Judge
Munly's candidacy for Mayor. Chair
man Thomas said yesterday that he did
not consider it was compulsory under the
direct primary law for the party to hold
a meeting and effect an organization, and
for that reason it is probable that the
minority party will prosecute Its cam
paign under its1 present organization.
Reception to Consul Miller.
EUGENE, Or., May 9. (Special.) On
Wednesday evening. May 19, a farewell
reception will be given Consul H. B. Mil
ler and family of Eugene, who leave soon
for Mr. Miller's post In. Yokohama.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTIAND, May 9. Maximum tempera
ture, 52.7 degrees; minimum "temperature.
44.7 degrees. River reading at 8 A. M-. 7.4
feet. Change in last 24 hours. 0 feet. Total
rainfall (5 P. M. to & P. M. ), .28 Inch;
total rainfall since September 1. 1908, 32. 20
Inches; normal rainfall since September 1,
1908, 40.64 inches; Deficiency. 8.44 Inches.
Total Bunshine. May 8. 1909, 7 hours 54
minutes; possible sunshine. May 8. 1909,
14 hours 42 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sea level) at 5 P. M., 30.01 Inches.
A small low pressure area la central over
Western Montana and another small low
pressure area overlies Nevada. The baro
meter is rising rapidly over Western Ore
gon and Northwestern California. Light rain
has fallen In Oregon. Washington and Idaho
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BEALL & CO.. 309 E. Yamhill.
MITCHELL, LEWIS STAVER. E Mor A 2d
ART GLASS AND MIRRORS.
POVEY BROS. GLASS CO.. 5th & Flanders.
AUTO AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. U6 6th St.
BABBITTS, SOLDER, ETC.
PACIFIC METAL WKS., 73 N. 2d.
BAGS. BURLAP AND TWISJB.
W. C. NOON BAi CO.. 28-34 1st St.
ROYAL BAKERY CO., 11th and Everett.
BELTING AND MILL SUPPLIES.
NOTT-DAV1S CO., 40 let at.
BICYCLE AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES.
BALLOU At WK1UHI, S6 6th St.
K. GILL CO.. 135 3d.
BOOTS AND SHOES RUBBER GOODS.
Goodman bros. shoe CO.. 30 Front.
KRAUSBE BROS. 73 1st St.
PRINCE SHOE CO.. 86 8th St.
' BOX MANUFACTURERS.
MULTNOMAH LUMBER & BOX CO.. Phone
BUTTER. EGGS AND POULTRY.
D. C. BURNS CO., 2OS-210 Third st. Cash
buyers of country produce.
EVERDINO & FARRELL. 140 Front.
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE. ICE CREAM.
T. S. TOW.NSB.ND CREAMERY CO.. 18
PORTLAND CHEESE CO.. 191 Sd.
COJFFEE. TEA .AND SPICES-
BOTD T CO.. 90 1st St.
CLOS6ET A DEVER3, 1-7 N. Front.
BEALL & CO., 309 E. Yamhill.
ALDON CANDY CO.. 12th and Glisan.
MODERN CONFECr RY CO.. 13th & Hort.
CORDAGE. BINDER TWINE.
PORTLAND CORDAGE CO.. 14th tt Northrop
CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS.
J. C. BAYER. Front and Market.
DAIRY AND CREAMER! SUPPLIES.
MONROE CR1SSELL. 145 Front mt.
DOORS, SASH, PAINTS AND OILS.
KELLY. THORSEN & CO.. 52-54 Union are.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. 194-196 2d.
BLt'MAl'ER-PRANK DRUG CO.
CLARKE. WOODWARD DRUG CO.. 9th ft H.
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO.. Front tt Ash.
MEIER & FRANK COMPANY.
ELECTRIC AND GAS FIXTURES.
BARRETT'S, 4)S-412 Morrison.
ELECTRIC MACHINERY SUPPLIES.
PACIFIC ELECTRIC ENG. CO . 213 2nd.
WESTERN ELECTRIC WKS.. 61 6tb.
FEED. GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
LEN'SCH BROS., 241 Front st
FIREPLACES AND TILES.
""BARRETT'S," 4UB-412 Morrison.
FISH AND OYSTERS.
PORTLAND FISH CO.. 34 Front st.
FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
W. B. GLAi'KE CO.. 168 Front.
K'SWES St KOSKEY, 128 Front.
FRUITS. EGGS, POULTRY AND MEATS.
DRYER, BOLLAM & CO., 128 Front.
FURNACES AND REGISTERS.
Mi'ORE-MEAGHER CO.. 42 1st.
J. C. BAYER FURNACE CO., Front ft Mat.
METER FRANK COMPANY.
HETWOOD BROS. & WAKEFIELD. 148 Jf.
GAS ENGINES AND LAUNCHES.
REIERSON MACHINERY CO.. 182 Morrison.
GRADING AND ROCK MACHINERY.
BEALL A. CO.. 3o9 E. Yamhill.
GRAIN. FLOUR. FEED. CEREALS.
ALBERS EROS. CO.. Front ft Mala.
but the amounts were very light, except In
the Willamette Valley and along the Coast.
It is much cooler in Oregon, Washington
and extreme Northern California and slight
ly warmer In Southern Idaho. Utah and
The indications are for clearing weather
in this district Monday, with higher temper
atures in , Oregon and Washington.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 5 P. M.. Pacific
time. May 9. 1909:
Baker City .
Busmarck. . . . . .
K am loops
Portland . .....
Sacramento. . . .
Ta com H.
Portland and vicinity Showers, followed
by fair; warmer; westerly winds.
Oregon and Washington Showers, fol
lowed by fair weather; warmer; westerly
EDWARD A. BEALS.
Today Is positively the last day for dis
count on West Side gas bills. Read "Gas
ALLEN ft LEWIS, 44-54 Front st.
MASON-EHRMAN CO.. 5th and Everett.
WADEAMS ft CO.. 4th and Oak. -WADHAMS
ft KERR BROS.. Hoyt and 4th.
HARD WALL PLASTERS.
THE ADAMANT CO.. 433 Worcester bids;.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
JOHN CLARK SADDLERY CO.. 104-106
HIDES, FURS. WOOL.
KAHX BROS.. 191 Front St.
ICE CREAM MANUFACTURERS.
HAZEL WOOD CREAM CO.. 3d ft Hoyt.
IRON, STEEL, WAGON MATERIAL.
ROBERTSON H' WARE ft Steel Co.. 67 Front.
KODAK PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO., 149 3d.
L. MASTICK ft CO.. 74 Front street.
PORT. UNION STOCKY' DS. 17th ft Vaughn.
NORTH PAC LMBR. CO., 306 Wells-Fargo
MACHINERY MERC HANTS.
PORTLAND MACHINERY CO.. 62 1st.
ZIMMERMAN-WELLS-BROWN, 2d and Ash.
FRANK L. SMITrf CO., 226-228 Alder.
J. C. BAYER. Front and Market.
CASE ft REIST CO.. 6th and Oak.
BLAESING GRANITE CO., 287 Sd.
W. W. MINAR. 335 E. Morrison.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, 268 1st.
ORGANS. CHURCH AND PARLOR.
EILERcj PIANO HOUSE, Wash, ft Park sts.
PAPER AND SHELF BOXES.
PORTLAND PAPER BOX CO.. 2u8 Oak.
PAPER AND STATIONERY.
3. W. P. M FALL. 100 Front.
CLAY ft CO.. oth ft Morrison.
EILERS PIANO HOUSE, Wash, ft Park arts.
REED-FRENCH PIANO CO., 6th ft Burnslde.
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.. 6th ft Morrison.
PICKLES, VINEGAR, ETC.
KNIGHT PACKING CO.. 474 East Alder.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. S4-6 Front.
ROAD ft STREET-MAKING MACHINERY.
BEALL ft CO.. :iuu E. Yamhill.
SIMONDS Mjj'G. CO.. fco 1st ml.
SCHOOL FURNITURE, SUPPLIES.
N. W. SCHOOL FURNITURE CO.. 244 3d.
SKIRTS AND OVERALLS.
H. WOLF ft SONS. 73-75 First St.
STOVES AND RANGES.
LOWENBEKG & GOING Co., 13th ft Irving.
TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS.
EILERS PIANO HOUSE. Wash, ft Para mtm.
WAGON AND TRUCK WORKS.
NORTH PACIFIC WAGON WORKS. 4th and
WINES AND LIQUORS.
BLTJMAUER ft HOCH. 108 4th at.
HENRY FLECKENSTEIN ft CO.. 204 2d St.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
PORTLAND WIRE I. WKS., 2d ft Everett.
BONDS AND STOCKS.
OVERBECK ft COOKE CO.. 216 B- of Trade.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.
A. H. BIRKELL CO.. 202-3 McKay bldg.
W. J. CLEMENS. Commercial Club bldg.
PETTIS-GROSSMAYER CO.. Board of Trade
STOCKS. BONDS AND GRAIN.
DOWNING-HOPKINS CO., 201-4 Couch bldg.
EMBODY ft BRADLEY CO.. 708 C. of Com.
FREDERICK ft KRIBS. 328 Cham, of Com.
JAMES D. LACEY & CO.. 829 C. of Com.
Beatrice Evelyn Wilson
May 12, 8:15 P. M.
Tickets on Sale at Box Office After 10 A. M.
Monday. May 10. Don't Forgret the Date.
Wednesday, May 12, 8:15 P. M.
Phones Main 117; A 4234.
Empire Theater Co. ((Inc. ) Lessee. Oeo. L.
Baker. Gen. Manager. Tonight, all this
week, matinee Saturday, Baker Stock Co.
in Eleanor Robson's great success
MERELY MAKY ANN
Kveninffs, 25c, 35c, 50c. Mats.. 15c, 25c.
Next week "The Little Minister.
LYRIC Theater, 7th and Alder
Phones A 102B. Main 46SS. Prices. 10. 20. 30o
Corner Seventh and Alder Streets.
WEEK OF MAY TH.
The popular Lyric Stock Company in
Kreat temoerance drama.
"TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM."
Every evening at 8:15; matinees Sunday;
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, it 2:15.
Special Children's Matinee Saturday
Next week "Thelma."
MAIN . A 1020. BIat1nec
Ex. Sundays and Holidays.
Week of May 10 Thou. H. Ince. In "Wlse
Mike"; Rositia Camelli: Sunny South (10
People) ; Combs ft Stone; Wells & Sells;
Baader-LaVelle Trio, Dorothy Brew; Or
WEEK STARTING MAY 10, '09.
Mr. and Mrs.
"A WILD ROSE."
Grover A Richards.
Miller & Tempest.
The Variety Four,
Advanced Vaudeville, Stars of AU Nations.
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD H. LUCAS
The well-known English artlrts, in "Scenes
From Dickens," wiih Fpet-ial scenery and
old Ensrlish Furniture.
Matinees daily, 15c: two shows at night,
15c and 25c.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE
In Effect November 1, 190ft.
Daily or Sunday.
One time 12e
Same ad two consecutive times 22o
Same ad three consecutive times .80o
Same ad six or seven consecutive times 66c
Six words count as one line on cah ad
vertisements, and no ad counted for less
than two lines. When an advertisement Is
not run consecutive times the one-time rata
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" una all other riiinsitlra
tions except in if the following; t
Situations Wanted. Male.
Situations Wanted, Female.
For Rent, Rooms, Private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private Families.
Housekeeping: Rooms. Private Families.
The rate on the above classification Is 1
cents a line each Insertion.
Space In the "New Today" columns la
flirured by measure only 14 lines to the
A receipt will be .riven for all paid-Load
van ce ad vert into k. The Oregronlan will not
undertake to correct errors or refund money
unless this receipt is returned.
TO OUT-OF-TOWN PATRONS The Ore
iron ion will receive copy by mail, provided
sufficient remittance for . a definite number
of iHues is sent. Acknowledgement of such
remittance will be forwarded promptly.
In case box office address Is required, use
regular form (riven, and count this as prt
of the ad. Answers to advertisements will
be forwarded to patrons, provided self-addressed
stamped envelopes are furnished.
On charge of book advertisement! the
chance will be based on the actual number
of lines appearina; in the paper, regardless
of the number of words In each line.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 806 Monroe street, fine furniture, russ.
etc.. of private residence. Take U car. Bale
at 10 o'clock. Baker & Son, Auctioneers.
At Wilson's salesrooms, corner Second and
Yamhill, at lO A. M. J. T. Wilson, auc
tioneer. At 211 First st.. Portland Auction Co.'s
old stand; sale 10 A. M., by the Ford Auc
tion Co. Ford, auctioneer.
FAXON To Mr. and Mrs. Willis Faxon,
C38 Third street, a son. May 7.
WILLAMETTE LODGE, NO. 2,
A. F. AND A. , M. Special com
munication this (Monday) evening
at 7:30 o'clock. Work in F. C. de
gree. Visiting brethren welcome.
' W. S. WEEKS, Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12, A.
F. AND A. M Stated communi
cation this (Monday) evening, at
7:30 o'clock. Visitors are cordially
W. M. DE LIN. Sec
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER, NO. 14. O- E. S. Stated meet
1 Ing thiH (Monday) evening. East
8th and Burnside. Degrees.
BELLE RICHMOND. Sec. '
MULTNOMAH" COUNCIL ROY
AL ARCANUM meets at K. P.
Hall, 11th and Alder streets, the
second and fourth Monday of eacli
month at 8 P. M. Visitors cor
dially welcome. H. Claussenlus,
Jr., secretary. 125 11th st.
PORTLAND CAMP. NO. 107, WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD, will give a whist party
Wednesday evening. May 12, in the W. O.
W. Temple. 128 11th st. Refreshments.
Dancing. Admission, 15 cents.
Dunning-, McEntee Jk GUbaugb, Funeral
Directors. 7th ud Pine, phone Main 4S9.
Lady Assistant. Office of County Coroner.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO.. Funeral direct
rs. 220 d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 607.
J. P. FIN LEY A SON. 3d and Madison.
Lady attendant. Phone Main 9, A 1M9.
ZELLER-B YRNE S CO..
ers. 72 Russell. East 1082.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker 4 14 East
Alder. Lady asidstant. phone East AS.
McEXTEE-ERICSOX CO- Undertakers!,
lady aMiitant. 409 Alder. M 91SX.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT, Main 800.
SECRETARY. Main S98.
HIMAXK OFFICER. East 4779.
PICK IT UP
R0 acres In section 32. line soil, mile
east of the United Railroad and '2 miles
northwest of Llnnton; great activity in this
locality, $3600; enuff said. C. R. DeBurgh,
217 Ablngton bldg.
Trackage to Lease
40x100 E. First and Madison. $75 per 'mo.
R. HOFER, 274 Oak. Main 5405.
823 Worcester Bldg.
Phones. Main 6371. A 401S
RELIABLE business man going to Prince Ru
pert auction will buy for several clients. T
WANTED- Boy about 17 years for general
store work. Lion Clothing Co.
FROM 5 TO 20 ACRES
RANGING IN PRICE
FROM $2500 TO $8500
Less Than Ten Miles Out
BY RAILROAD OR DRIVE
They Are Just What
Are Looking: For and Do Not Know
Where to Find Them.
SOME OF THEM ARE
TERMS $500 AND UP
OREGON HOMES CO.
21 Morrison S.
nn a rmiD
on 40 or 180-acre tract.
309 Wells-I'arEO Bldg.
ON GRAND AVENUE
AND OREGON STREET
with a solid 9-room house thereon to
lease for a term of 20 years at inviting
rental. This is just the proposition for
speculators and builders to take hold
of. Enough said. For details call at the
1M) FIFTH ST.
- One of the finest farms in Washing
ton County, 10 miles from Portland,
about a quarter of a mile from United
Railroads, more than 300 acres under
plow. 100 acres good timber, balance
pasture, ideal for subdividing.
E. W. HAINES
Forest Grove, Or.
$4.00 Per Acre
Must sell at once, section of land
in the Deschutes River Valley, near
Central Oregon Railroad line. This
being inside the reservation, the state
will pay you $5 an acre net ; 1,500,000
feet of timber; .$1500 cash will handle.
Burney 6 Burney, Owners
Room 15, 270!2 Washington Street.
A 4722, Main 7995.
Beautiful quarter block, southwest cor
ner of 28th and Raleigh. Great view; two
blocks from carline: no climbing to get
to it. Nothing as accessible and as sight
ly in that part of the city at any price.
Will make two magnificent residence sites
Inside lot on south side of Thurman,
between 28th and 29th; commands a splen
did view, all street improvements in;
houses on each side of the lot. Non-resident
owner wants to sell and will take
$1000 less than as good a lot can be
bought for inside of it.
R. M. WILBUR
Main. 2560. 306 Chamber of Commerce.
If you have a lot In Irvlngton. Holladay
Park, Piedmont, Rose City Park or else
where in the City of Portland, we will
build for you an artistic house, and you
can pay us In Installments.
Let us figure with you.
BUTTER WORTH-STEPHENSON CO., INC.,
35 Lafayette Bldg., 6th and Washington Sts.
'100x100. southwest corner East Ninth
arid Weidler. with S-room house, full
basement, furnace, etc.. fine neigh
borhood, $7000. Terms with sufficient
cash payment. Ground worth $5000;
house insured for $4000.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
SAVINCS & TRUST
247 WASHINGTON STREET.
A BEAl'TIPl'L HOI'S E OX EASY
Your choice of those new, modern,
six -room houses, N. W. cor. 27th and
Savier sts., near Forestry Park ; gas.
e 1 e c tricity, fireplaces, furnaces, full
cement basements. Price $4250; $400
down, $40 per month.
FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY (Owner)
1H)1 Board of Trade Rids
Phone Main 447.
BKAZEB - STREET
Lots 50x100, Including
ID Per Cent Cash, BaL
See St HOON MAKER
70K-8 Corbett Bids;.
Phones M 755, A 5722
For Rent Store Room
42x100 four floors and basement
steam heat, electric llgrht, Otis elevator.
PACIFIC PAPER CO.,
Fourth and Anlteny.
100x100, corner of East
9th and "WYgant sts., with
new and modern house; 3
50x100, in Irvington and
new and modern home, with
every convenience; 4 bed
rooms and sleeping porch;
asphalt street; close to best
car service on East Side, 15
minutes from 5th and Wash
ington sts. Can make very
ROUNIREE 6 DIAMOND
241 Stark st., cor. Second.
On terms easier than rent. Coma to
ofIce. We will take you out.
Six months' rent free to lot buyers.
Uff k.. Ak. " - JS 'J" m
418 Corbetl Bids, Fifth and Morrison.
Those two new 5-room houses on
Wilson street, with all modern con
veniences; full lots; street now being
improved. Price, $4000; terms.
RUSSELL 8 BLYTH
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
F. Abraham, 205 Ablngton bids. Main S2Z6.
Andrews, b V.. & Co. M. 30 Hamilton
Baker, Alfred A., 212 Ablngton bldg;.
Beck. William G., 312 Failing bldg.
Blrrell, A. H. Co., 202-3 McKay bldg. Real
estate. Insurance, mortgages, loans, etc.
Brubaker &. Benedict, 502. McKay big. M. 549
Chapln & Herlow, 332 Chamber Commerce.
Cook, B. S.. & Co., 503 Corbett bldg.
Fields. C E , & Co., Board of Trade bldg.
Jennings & Co.. Main 16S. 206 Oregonian.
Lee. M- K.. room 411 Corbett bldg.
parrlsh, Watkins & Co., 250 Alder st.
Richardson, A. B.. 221 Com. Club bldg. '
Schalk, Geo. D., 254 Stark st. Main or A 392
Sharkey, J. p.. & Co.. 122 Sixth st.
The Oregon Real Estate Co., Grand ave. and
Multnomah st. (Holladay Addition).
Waddel, W. O-. 309 Lumber Exchange bldg.
Walker, 8. T., 604 Corbett bldg.
White. B. F.. 227H Washington st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
LEXTS 5 lots and good 6-room house,
barn and other outbuildings, all clear and
under cultivation, fruit trees, Bmall fruit.
1 block from school, only S2250. C. F.
Pnuger & Co., room 6, Mulkey bldg., 2d
and Morrison sts.
20TH AND UPSHUR.
Full lot. for warehouse or other pur
poses, on Upshur, between 19th and 20th,
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
ROSE CIT PARK.
Fine corner, 100x100, with view of Mt.
Hood, two blocks from carline, can be sold
at bargain if taken at once.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
ROSE CITY PARK.
Fine corner. 100x100. with view of Mt.
Hood, two blocks from carline, can be
sold at a bargain if taken at once.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
FOR SALE by owner, a beautiful bungalow,
just finished. 5 rooms, hot and cold wa
ter, bath and full basement ; on West
avenue, west slope of Mt. Tabor. Call
phone B 1926, 15 East 61st st.
ROOSEVELT near Mt. Tabor; one of the
prettieat tracts on the market; 3 blocks
from car. Bull Run water; lots $300 to
$400, easy terms; also have two good farms
for sale. Sewart, owner, 227 Meridian ave.
ROSE CITY PARK.
One lot. two blocks from the carline, for
$475; all improvements paid for.
H- P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
BY owner, new 6-room bungalow, strictly
.modern, restricted neighborhood; cement
basement; front and rear porches; lot SOx
100; 18 Cedar st., Flrland, one block from
cars; $1950; terms. Phone, Tabor 644.
ROSE CITY PARK.
One lot. two blocks from the carline,
for $475; all improvements paid for.
H. P. PALMER-J ONES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
Wv have several choice quarter block!
in Irving ton at attractive prices.
H. P. PALMER-JOXES CO.,
213 Commercial Club Bldg.
$1500 ONLY; the southeast corner 100x104
of East 31st and Clinton sts.; right on the
carline; grand residence site. C. F.
Pnuger & Co.. room 6 Mulkey bldg., 2d
and Morrison sts.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS $4300 Lot 85x115,
- Including reinforced concrete walls and
lumber; magnificent unobstructed view.
National Realty & Trust Co., 326 Wash.
BY OWNER Strictly modern. 0-room resi
dence, corner lot, heart of city. West Side.
Call early morning or evening, 780 East
Yamhill; no agents.
HALSEY ST.. near 19th, the best 7 -room
modern home, right amongst the $10,000
houses, price $420. Owner. AB 84, Ore
gonian. CLOSE to Steel bridge, nice home, eight
rooms; also 6-room house. Owner, 3-2
Ross st. Phone C 1056.
CHOICE EAST BURNSIDE DISTRICT.
7 -room residence, 46 East 24th st. N.,
modern and first-class; owner.
NEW modern cottage, corner lot 50x100;
$2400. Call 410 Failing bldg.
ACREAGE- In all parts of the city. Call 410
SIGHTLY lota in Fulton Park. Call 410 Fail
LOTS $5 down (5 per month; also acreage.
H. Landis, 250 Alder st.. room 7.
FOR SALE Lare modern 5-room cottage.
$40u; terms. WW Garfield ave.
FINE acre orchard tracts, easy terms. 272
Stark st. -
TRACKAGE 120x200, East 1st and Madison,
R. Hofer, 274 Oak. , Main 5t6o.