Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 02, 1910, Page 14, Image 14

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THE MOKmG tlflECiOXIAX, THUBSUAY, JUB iiu.
THE
PORTLAND
FORTUNE), OS.
MODEICI
RE8TACHAXT
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HOTEL HOTEL
OREGON SEATTLE
Portland's Live, Growing; Hotel. fir, Modern, Centrally Located.
EUROPEAN PLAX. EIROPEAS PLAN.
7th and Stark, Portland, Or. Pioneer Square, Seattle, Wn.
WRIGHT-DICKINSON WRIGHT-DICKINSON
HOTEL COMPANY, Props. HOTEL COMPANY, Props.
V. J. Kfcbardaan. Prea.
The Imperial
Oregon's Greatest Hotel
oka t i nA o..:t- Wirt T-r--
Baths.
v KEW FIREPROOF BUILDINCr
Moderate Kates.
Phil Metschan & Sons. Props.
C. W. CORNELIUS,
Proprietor.
JSH SEWARD
, Co-rner lOth and Alder
m leading- hotel of Portland, opened July
a80. Modern in every detail, furnished la
rlegance. Most beautiful corner lobby In
(Northwest. Commodious sample rooms.
(European plan. Rates $1.50 and up. 'Bus
kneeta all trains.
OPENED SEPT.. 1 &o9
HOTEL LENOX
E. D. and V. H. JORGENSEN
Props, and Mgr.
COR. 3D AND "MAIN STS.
Hot and Cold Water.
Lontf Distance Phons
in Every Room.
RATES
$1.00 and up
W . I. w cod. Mar.
100 THROW DOWN SHOVELS
3'ncoina Luborcrs on Gas Mains
l'oroe Others to Quit AYork.
TA-COMA, June 1. Without a min
ute's warning- 100 foreign laborers,
working for the Tacoma Gas Company,
threw clown their picks and shovels at
S o'clock this morninpr and marched in
a body to Sixth avenue and State
etreet, where they forced another gang
of laborers digging ditches for the
mains of the gas company to join
tli em.
In some instances they seized the
tools of the men who refused to join
the movement and dragged them from
the ditches. A dozen American laborers
were seized by the collars and pulled
off the work.
A squad of uniformed police officers
answered a call and on their arrival
no further violence was attempted.
The strikers demand an advance of
15 cents a day and an eight-hour day.
They have been retting $2.25 for nine
frours.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAXP. Or.. June 1. Maximum tem
perature. 3 decrees: minimum, 61 decrees.
Kiver reading, S A. M.. 16.7 Xeet: change in
lat 24 hours. 0.1 foot falL Total rainfall.
B P. SI. to 5 P. SI., none. Total rainfall
since September 1, 1909. 40.48 Inches; nor
mal. 4lM'2 Inches: deficiency, 1.74 Inches.
Total sunshine. IS hours 30 minutes; pos
sible, 13 hours 30 minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level) at 5 P. SI.. 30.09 inches.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
A larse hifth-pressure area is approach
ins; the Odegon coast and a low-pressure area
of marked energy Is central over Montana.
High northwesterly winds have blown dur
ing the afternoon alons the Southern Ore
icon coast and the winds north of Coos Bay
have been brisk and In places high from the
northwest ucopt at a few places where they
were from the southwest. No rain has
fallen and It is much cooler in the North
Pacific states and generally slightly cooler
In California. In the Oreat Salt Lake
Xasin the temperature has remained nearly
etationary. It will be much cooler in the
early morning east of the Cascade Moun
tains, followed during the afternoon and
HEADQCAKTfB8
FOR TOURISTS aa
COMMESCIAL
kTBAvr.I.F.BH.
to famUlea Bad in
a'e fentlemeit. Tha
inttriK imect will, bm
pleaaed at all time
to abow room aad
give prices. A mod
em Turkish Bath
establishment la Uis
hotel.
H. C. BOWKR8,
Manager.
NEW PERKINS
Fifth and "Washington Sts.
Opened June. 1908.
'K hotel fn the very heart of Portland's business ac
tivity. Only hotel equipped with wireless telegraph.
Every convenience for comfort of commercial men.
Modern In every respect. Rateo $1.00 and up.
Cafe and grill; musio during lunch, dinner and after
theater.
a. 9. S-syecland. See.
a Mar-
tJtil'.ZSS-, . Z "
f - fcT - t t ueaa a a a a.
THE CORNELIUS
The House of Wei come, corner Tarlc and Alder. Port
land's newest and moat modern hoteL Ruropiean plan. Be
ginning May lt our rates will be as follows: All back rooms
without bath, single. 1.00 per day; double, $2.00 per day.
All front rooms without bath. L60 per day, single; $2.50
per day dmitle. All OUTSIDE rooms. Our omnibus meats
ail trains.
H. E. FLETCHER,
Manager.
HOTEL RAMXPO
Corner Fourteenth and Washington
New Hotel. Elegantly Furnished
Rates $1.00 and Up
Special Rates for Permanents
European Plan. "Bui Meets ATI Tralaa.
at. B. rOUEX. FBAXPBiETOK-
PRIVATE-BATHS
r
TOTT "WTLXi LIKE
THE WOODS
Ksrsts? HOTEL
It's All Comfort."
or TaMe d'llote JUeala One Peatnr.
In heart of business district, center of city, halt btooH
rrom G N. Ry. and N. P. Ry. Depot, close to all steam
ship -wharves and C P. R. Iepot.
VANCOUVER, B. C
Friday by rising temperatures. Fair weather
will continue for two or three days.
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
northwest -winds.
Oregon and Washington Fair; warmer,
except near the coast; northwest winds.
Idaho Fair: cooler south portion, followed
by warmer Friday.
EDWARD A. BEAJLS. District Forecaster.
' . THE WEATHER.
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Wind
STATIONS.
Stats ot
Weather
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HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
Florist Cut Flowers always fresh
lUi lol from our own conservatories.
Martin & Forbes Co., 347 Washington
Ktreet. Both phones.
pfiot Richmond and Wallsend Australl
OUeal an independent Coal & Ice Com
pany. opposite City Library. Both phones.
ACCTIOX BALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House. 1,",2 Park St.
Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock. Baker
& Son, auctioneers.
At salesrooms. 126 2d St., at 10 A. M
S. L. N. Oilman, Auctioneer.
THEATER
Main X, A 6360
Geo. L. Baker.
sxanaser
Tonight all week Matinee Saturday.
BAKER STOCK COMPANY
In Anthony Hope's famous romantic play,
"THE PRISONER OF ZENDA."
Magnificent production. Splendid east.
Evenings. 25c, 50c, 75c. Sat. Mat. 25c. 50c.
Next week Izetta Jewel in "Merely Mary
Ann."
HAW . A I0Z0.
MAIOKE EVKT BAT.
15-25-60!
H1BHTS
THEATER 15-?5-50-750
WEEK MAT 30 Grigolati's Famous Aerial
Ballet, Warren and li la "chard, Brown and
Cooper, Ethel Alton & Co., H. Franklin and
Standards, Hal Merritt, Meehan's Comedy
and Acrobatic Doss, Pictures, Orchestra.
aT -V . w jf PORTLAND'S
I - JL JL PLAYHOUSES
Seventh and Alder Streets.
WEEK STARTING MON. MAT.. MAT 30.
The Edw. Armstrong Musical Comedy
Company Presents
"MATCHED AT LAST,"
A Travesty on the Jeffries-Johnson Fight.
The funniest musical comedy ever written.
Two shows nightly. 7:30 and 9:15. Matinees
daily. 2:30. Prices Night 15c and 20c. Box
seats 50c. You'll like the Lyric
GRAN D Week May 30, 191Q
WILL J. O'HEARN
AND COMPANY
Bonton nnd Til boh,
Hamilton Ilill.
Ivoro and Payne.
B?ie Racon and
Company.
Solar and Rogers.
Grandascope,
A Romance of
Kl Harney.
Matinee Every Day, 2:30; any seat 15c.
Evening Performances at 7:30 and 9 :15;
Balcony 15c; Lower Floor 25c; Box Seata 50c.
THE OAKS
AMUSEMENT PARK NOW OPES
From 10 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Concert, Afternoon
Concert, Evening .
2:30
8:15
RUZZFS FAMOUS BAND
Many Other Attractions.
KEXT WEEK, JUNE , 8, 10,
Pain's Great Fireworks Creation,
BATTLE MONITOR
AND MERRIMAC
Cars every few minutes. East Morrison
and Water Sts. Admission to Tark 10 Cents.
COUNCIL CREST
FREE SCENIC AMUSEMENT PARK
1200 Feet Above the City.
Moral rlljch-C'laas Attractions.
BEAUTIFUL COLUMBIA RIVER, TRIP,
$25,000 New Attraction.
Scenic Ry. One Mile Lonn;.
Come and Enjoy Yourself and See the
Great Comet.
No Liquor for Sale or Permitted on the
Grounds.
II
RECREATION PARK,
Cor, Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
SACRAMENTO
VS.
PORTLAND
May 31, Jane 1, 3, 4, 5.
Games Besin Weekdays 3:30 P. M.
Sundays 2:30 P. M.
Admission Bleachers, 25c; Grand
stand, 50c; Boxes, 25c extra. Children:
Bleachers 10c. Grandstand 25c.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
Wednesday.
BORN.
wife of Chas.
a eon. May 27.
BRINK To the
74f.v3 Hoyt et..
PEEP.
AKrN In this city, June 1, at -the family
residence. East Eighth and Seventeenth
streets, Mrs. Laura Akin, aged 60 years
4 months 20 days. Announcement of
funeral later.
MEETING XOXICES.
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 114. A. F.
AND A. M. Stated communication
this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Maaonic Temple. Bro. D. Solis Cohen
will deliver am address on the sub
ject, "George "Vashington." All Mas
ter Masons welcome. Bv order V. M.
FRED L. OLSON, Sec.
TJ. S. CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT
ASSOCIATION The Portland branch will
hold a meeting In Convention Hali, Com
mercial Club building, on Thursday, June
2, at 8:15 P. M. Jud ge Robert S. Bean
and President Beckwith of the Commercial
Club, will address the meeting. All Federal
employes invited. H. J. WELLS, Secretary.
ASTRA CIRCLE Whist and BOO party,
with prizes for both, Thursday, June 2, in
the W. O. W. building, 128 11th street.
Good music for dancing. Admission 15c.
COMMITTEE.
MINERVA LODGB. NO. 19, I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Thursday) evening at 8
o'clock. Initiation. Visitors welcome.
E. PREY, Sec.
XONSETH FLORAL CO.,
MAKQLA.H BLDO.
FLORAL 1XES1UNS.
Phones: Main 5102. A 1102.
Dunning & Mr En tee. Funeral Directors,
7th and 1'ine. Phone Mai a 430. Lady &
aistant. Office of County Coroner.
ZELLKR-BYRNES CO., Funeral Directors.
694 Williams ave.. both phones; lady attend
ant; most modern establishment in the city.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Funeral DlrtMrt.
ors, 220 3d t. Lady Assistant. Phone M. 507.
J. P. FIN LEY ft SON, 3d and Madison.
Lady attendant, phone Main 9. A 159tt.
EAST SIDE Funeral Directors,
to F. S. Dunning, Inc. E. 62, 3 2526,
ERIC SON CO. Undertakers; lady asslst
ant. 409 Alder. M. 6133, A 2235.
LERCH, Undertaker, cor. East Alder and
6th. phones 781. B 1888. Lady assistant.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATE
Daily or Sunday.
One time , ..12e
Same ad two consecutive times. ........ .22e
Same ad three consecutive times.. 30e
Same ad six or seven consecutive times.. 60c
Six words count as one line on casta ad
vertisements and no ad counted for less
than two lines.
When an advertisement Is not run consec
utive times the one-time rate applies.
On charge of book advertisements the
charge will be based on the actual number
of lines appearing- in the paper, regardless
of the number of words in each line.
In New Today ail advertisements are
charged by measure only, 14 lines to th.e
inch.
The above rates apply to advertisements
under ''New Today" and all other ialf Ira
Uons excepting the following:
Situations Wanted, Male.
Situations Wanted, Female.
For Rent, Rooms, private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private Families.
Uousekeeoiizg Rooms, Private Families.
The rate of the above classifications Is 7
cents a line each insertion.
TO OUT-OF-TOWN PATRONS The Ore
gon ian will receive copy by mall, provided
sufficient remittance for a definite number
of issues Im sent. Acknowledgment of such
remittance will be forwarded promptly.
In case box office address is required, use
regular form given, and count this as part
of the ad. Answers to advertisements will
be forwarded to patrons, provided self-addressed
stamped envelopes are furnisned.
If yon have either telephone In your house
we will accept your ad over the phone and
aend you the bill the next day. Phone
Want Ad Dept., Main 7070 or A 6095. Sit
uation Wanted and Personal advertisements
not accepted over the phone. Errors are
more easily made In telephoning; advertise
ments, therefore The Oregonlan will not
hold ltelf responsible for sncb errors.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT, Mala 212.
SECRETARY, Mala M.
UlMUi: OFFICER, Eaat 4779.
BAKER
NEW TODAY.
INVESTMENT I
A Good, Substantial
2-Story Brick
' Covering an Entire
100x150
This is
PAYING $400
PER MONTH
for a permanent holding or
SPECULATION
.,. , This is a '
SNAP
Price only
$70,000
Terms.
Dabney&Dabney I
412 Commercial Block,
Second and Washington. Z
Goodhue Park
Facing the Base Line road, end
of Montavilla carline.
All lots level and above grade,
and commanding an ex
cellent view.
Streets graded, Bull Rim water in
and paid for.
Lots 50x105 and 50x110.
PRICES UNTIL JUNE 10
$425 to $575
After -which date they will be
advanced.
Terms, 10 per cent down, 2 per
cent per month.
Autos at your service. Office
open Sundays.
MAGINNIS
Land and Investment Co.
316-317 Lewis Building.
A 4439. Marshall 474.
GO
TODAY
Take Montavilla car to
See those 58 beautiful lots before
the sale, begins, at 1:30, then buy one
at your own price, on the easiest
terms of payment. They will all be
sold today.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
F. A. JONES, Owner
SEE THIS!
WarehouseProperty
13th and Irving
75x100 FEET, $10,000 CASH
A radical change in plans of owner
forces him to dispose of this valuable
property. If taken at once, $10,000
cash will handle this. If you mean
business, address C. A. Foster, 384
Failing street.
Mt. Tabor
Choice. Lots
SELL AT GREAT BARGAIN 30 lots
three blocks east of Laurelhurst on
Burnside street. Regular price $1000
each, will sell at $450. This sale must
close up within two days. Direct from
owner for cash only. Best and most
safe investment residence property In
the city. You will make 200 per cent in
one year. Inquire 246 Washington st.
SEASIDE
Three Ocean Front lots on board
walk four blocks south Moore Hotel,
$1000 each. Very choice and very cheap.
J. D. KE.VNEDY,
Phone Woodlaw 1713. 83B Union Ave., X.
INVESTORS Call on omars Realty Ass'n
for timber, acreage, business. residence
and apartment properties. 2 OS Abloston.
TERRACE
NEW TODAY.
Take an A car to East 30th .treat
and walk eig-ht blocks east.
A high-class, restricted residence dis
trict. .
10 per 50x100 Lots 10
cash ONLY $600 month
EARN $10
No. 12.
("Written by Henry Jaeobson, 805 E. 9th
street, N.)
Now there is your old "Uncle Mun,"
Who thought investments great fun:
When installments were due,
He could always come through;
And that way
Any one sending usa suitable ending
for the above limerick will receive, by
return mail, a certificate-good for
TEX DOLLARS
on the purchase price of any unsold
lot In
GOING-STREET ADDITION.
We also will pay a ter-dol!ar certifi
cate for every original properly-formed
limerick, suggesting a realty investment,-
that is sent in "to us. and give
the writer thereof credit for same in
these advertisements.
Carter-Dugan Co.
OWNERS,
620 Chamber of Commerce
Portland, Oregon.
CORNER NEAR
Morrison St.
TWO-STORY BRICK
$12,500
Handles This
BARGAIN
DABNEY&DABNEY
412 Commercial Block,
Second and Washington.
WES;T
PORTLAND
Lots $60 and $90
Please mail one of your illus
trated booklets on West Port
land Park to
Name .......................
Address
WILLAMETTE
REALTY COMPANY
Main 3914.
420-2 Board of Trade.
FULL BLOCK
200x200 feet, close in, just north of
Washington.
$150,000
RESIDENCE SITE
Best buyx in the really restricted
district.
110x100 feet, Johnson street, between
19th and 20th.
$16,000
ACREAGE
Adjoining Laurelhurst on east, 5
acres on car line. Ready
to subdivide.
$15,000
SMITH & EVERETT
Failing Bldg.
40 Acres
cleared land, lays fine and close to sta
tion. Suitable for cutting into 5-acre
tracts. A bargain.
A. H. MYERS, Gatrs, on O. W. P.
$100 Buys 3 Lots
South Beach, Taquina Bay, fine view
of the ocean: other resorts want $500
per lot, no better. Only 20 lots for sale.
J. F1. COMPTOX. IPO Ablngton Bids-.
A NICE COUNTRY HOME
Close to Hillsboro; 17 trains daily
each way; fine large oak trees, plentv
of fruit and berries, walnut trees all
in full bearing. $2600, $600 cash, bal
ance $10 per month, or 10 per cent dis
count for all cash. See owner. p.
Reimers, 709 Corbett Bldjr- '
Avenue
yrif today.
ORCHARD
LAND
At a low price, 25 miles from
Portland. See McFarland In
vestment Co., and get com
plete information about the
famous
Spitzenberg
Scappoose Orchard Tracts
10 AND 20 ACRES
Only $400 and $500 Per Tract
-EASY TERMS.
Kail road, runs through cen
ter of our holdings, making
quick transit between the new
townsite of Spitzenberg and
Portland. Large number of
buyers are on the ground
clearing and making other im
provements: Also tracts for Chicken
Ranches only 15 to 25
per acre.
Make arrangements to look
at these tracts.
McFarland Investment Co.
310 Corbett Bldg.
C. MERRITT, Sales Agent.
FruitandBerry
5, 10, 15 and 20-acre tracts,
$200 Cash
Balance small yearly payments.
Highly Cultivated
and the finest fruit and berry
land in Oregon. Eight against
city limits, on
S.P. Ry and Oregon Electric
Shoemaker Inv. Co.
527 Henry Building.
Main 4465. - A 7434.
Model' Country
HOME
87 - acre farm on Molalla Road. 3
miles from Oregon City, all in high
state of cultivation, except 1 acre tim
ber preserved for use; all the finest
quality soil free from gravel, rock or
stumps: large, new, 8 - room house,
paneled, tinted walls, strictly modern;
large barn, holds 60 tons hay, 12 cows,
8 horses, ail farm tools, carriage, etc.
Choice family orchard, all livestock,
implements and household goods; all
feed, including 1600 bushels oats; a
team young horses, worth $500; kine,
swine, poultry, etc. Price $16,500, one
half cash, terms on balance 6 per cent.
Grussi & Zadow
317 Board of Trnde Bid?., 4th and Oak.
63 acres, 20 miles Portland, genuine sandy
loam bottom land, adjoining river: 4 in
cultivation; level ; looks like a garden. I
will stake my reputation on this soil and it
will show for itself. Nice new cottage,
large barn, in good condition; land never
bakes: always raises a big crop,, regardless
of season. 20 tons hay goes with It. R. F.
E.; cream route; phone line; 3 miles good,
town, and In a good neighborhood. If you
are dissatisfied after looking at it I will pay
you for your time. Price $4250; $3000 cash.
Call SIT Chamber of Commerce.
Elegant Irvington
Residence
below cost of building. Brand new.
Reception-hall, large living-room, fire
place, bookcase,- dining-room and den,
beamed and paneled buffet, breakfast
room, pantry and kitchen, polished oak
floors, fancy hardware, all hand-finished
and rubbed, extra large sleepingr
porch, bath, two toilets, 4 bedrooms,
attic, beautiful tinting, square brass
combination lighting1 fixtures, duplex
shades, full cement basement, fruit
room, furnace, dust and clothes chutes;
every possible convenience. Near the
car. Terms to suit. Owner, AG 11,
Oreg-onian.
259 ACRES
25 Per Acre
part in cultivation. Polk County, or
chard, house and barn, running water,
close to school, all fine soil, electric
line surveyed across the place. Adjoin
ing land sold for $70 per acre.
-1075 CASH BALANCE PER CENT.
If you want a money-maker buy this.
Goodnough & Seitz
718 Board of Trade Bldg.
E. Yamhill Street Home
Swell, modern 9-room house with 5
bedrooms and large, attic, sleeping
porch, hot-water heat, fireplace, .gas
and electric and all other latest im
provements. This is in the swellest
part of East Portland. 1 block from
car. on a lot 100x100, nice lawn, roses
and fruit trees.- Owner leaving city
and will sacrifice, if sold at once. Price
$12,500 $2500 cash, balance long time.
See us. No phone information.
Grussi & Zadow
SIT Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
"VKTV TODAY.
15th STREET
TRACKAGE
150x100, corner, 150 feet
on trackage, only seven (7)!
blocks' haul to terminals;
three (3) blocks from Mar
shall, "Wells & Co.'s two new.
buildings, each to cover 200x
200; also on loth st.
$45,000
NOB HILL
RESIDENCE
Irving st., near 23d; hard
wood floors, plate glass win
dows, etc!; everything the
finest; house cost $23,000
2M years ago a bargain.
$16,500
E. J. DALY
222-223-224 Failing Bldg.
12th St. Corner
100x100
Easy Terms
$50,000
C.E. FIELDS & CO,
412-13 Board of Trade Building.
Phones, Main 4561, A 2561.
On tha
WILLAMETTE RIVER
Opposite the
ROCK ISLAND
Beautiful homesites.
$1500; one-third cash.
10 per cent discount for all cash. 1!
100 feet elevation.
Magnificent view. '
THE CROSSLEY COMPANY
708 and 709 Corbett Bldg.
Washington
Street
Two (2) lots, near 16th",
partially improved; income
nearly $300; cheapest J)uy on
Portland's leading thor
oughfare. E. J. DALY
222-223-224 Failing Bldg.
A Big Snap!
In Apartment-House Location,
21ST AND EVERETT STS.
A beautiful location for apartment
house; one-quarter block in size; for
sale by owner; must be sold at once
at a great sacrifice; $12,000 cash will
handle the proposition. Peal direct
with owner; no agents. Apply
Y'19, OREGONIAN.
Full Block
Close in on .
Grand Ave.
Price given by interview ONLY.
MERCHANTS
Savings and Trust Co.
S. W. Cor. 6th and Washington Sts.
LEE'S ADDITION
Large lots, 80x120.
Only 20 minutes' ride.
$325 to $450
Easy terms.
We will assist you to build.
M. E. LEE.
411 Corbett Building.
Lease for Sale
Between 3d and 6th, on Washington
street; about 1000 square feet.
Y 18, OREGONIAN.
MORTGAGE LOANS
Laweit rates mud terms to snltf spe
cial rates and favorable terms on litres
I oans am b oslness pr opert les.
Fanda Loaaed tor Private Iavestorsa
A.H.BIRRELL CO.
SOS HeKsr Uids., 3d A Stark.
GEORGE BLACKS
KpBLIC ACCOUNTANT.
(All Branches.) Lia&g
823 Worcester Bids. iaZ
Phones Mala bit 71; A 4013.