Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 17, 1910, Page 16, Image 16

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TIIE MORNING, OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910.
BONDS ABE POPULAR
Sales Indicate All Bridge Issue
Will Be Sold.
TOTAL NOW TAKEN $72,000
Building of Broadway Structure De
pends Wholly on Placing of Block
of $250,000 in Portland Two
Banks Respond to Offer.
..........,
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO BROADWAY
BRIDGE BOSDS.
W. K. Smith $26,000
S. Benson 5,000 '
B. Henry Wemme 5.000
Hartman A Thompson 3.500
A. M. Dewar 3,500
Councilman Lombard . 2,500
Mayor Simon 2.500
Dr. Andrew C. Smith 2,500
W. G. McPherson 2.500
Councilman Menefee 1,000
Ausplund Drug; Company 1,000
United States National Bank. 6.000
Irvington Investment Co..... 5,000
C. L. Schoenfeldt 1,000
M. Goldberg .. 1.000
Fred H. and Prank M. Brown. 1.0OO
R. Lea Barnes 500
Miss A. L. Dlmick 500
Miss A. A. Dlmick 500
Olds. Wortman 4 King; 2,500
Total $72,500
Broadway bridge bonds are on the
Jnove. Activities yesterday were of a
nature to indicate the $250,000 block of the
bonds will be disposed of without a hitch,
other than a. little strenuous effort on the
part of Mayor Simon and those inter
sted in seeing the bridge built.
"Unless these bonds are sold now," said
Mayor Simon, "the bridge will not be
ibullt. If they are sold, all opposition to
building tha bridge will be wiped out."
There arethose, however, who say they
are interested in seeing the bridge built
and even many who have property that
will be favorably affected by its construc
tion, who are holding back and waiting
lor someone else to put up the money.
It was expected there would be some
uch persons, but the number is consid
erably greater than was thought.
The United States National Bank was
the first bank to respond to Mayor Si
mon's appeal for assistance sent out two
days ago. A letter was received yester
day from it offering to take $5000 of the
bonds. With the exception of Hartman
& Thompson, who were among the first
to subscribe, taking $3500 of the bonds,
it Is the only bank thus far to take any
of the bonds. Other Portland banks are
expected to respond in a few days.
The Irvington Investment Company is
another concern to subscribe. . It also
will take $5000 of the bonds. Mayor Simon
was notified to this effect yesterday.
Another subscription yesterday was that
of Olds, Wortman & King, who. are to
take $2500 worth at par. "We are being
put to a great deal of expense in our new
building," said H. C. Wortman, of the
Urm, "or we would take more."
Two school teachers, and women at
that, were among the buyers yesterday.
They are sisters. Misses A. L and A. A.
Dimick. Each took $500. Other sub
scribers yesterday were R. Lea Barnes,
$500; Fred H. and Frank H. Brown, $1000;
M. Goldberg, $1000. and C. I Schoen
feldt, $1000, making a total of subscrip
tions yesterday of $17,000.
Subscriptions to date total $72,500,
leaving still $177,500 to be subscribed.
Just how to sell this amount of bonds,
necessarily in small blocks, In Portland
Is perplexing Mayor Simon not a little.
He suggests the delay in selling them
may have resulted from there not being
a clear understanding generally held
of the Importance of the plan'. The
building of the bridge itself is at stake
in the matter and unless- these bonds
are sold the bridge will not be built.
Morris Senosky, who, with William
Klernan and J. J. Fitzgerald, owns
property on Seventh street, all of which
'will be materially benefited by the
building of the bridge, yesterday said
they would decide today on what
amount of the bonds they could take.
Dan J. Malarkey, who,, -with his
lather, C. A. Malarkey, and brother.
Charles Malarkey, is heavily interested
in Seventh-street property, said yes
terday that while they are heavily tied
ip in building some of the bonds would
De taken by them.
"There is no question but that the
fcridge should be built," Mr. Malarkey
eaia, and likewise there is no auestion
but that property in certain districts
will be greatly benefited by its con
struction. As we own property on
Seventh street, we could not think of
failing to aid in the matter. The entire
city will be benefited for that matter,
end that Is another reason."
There yet remain a dozen or so In-
idlviduals and firms to be heard from
who have expressed their intention of
subscribing; to the issue.
An important meeting of the North
East Side Improvement Association will
ibe held tonight in Woodmen of the World
Hall. Russell street and Rodney avenue,
o consider the Broadway bridge situa
tion. At this meeting the special com
mittee, appointed at the last meeting to
look. into the concessions of the Terml
lial and O. R. & N. companies for rights
of way for the Broadway bridge, will
submit us report.
ASSAILANTS TO BE TRIED
Informations Prepared Against Two
Who Clubbed Rev. Mr. Smythe.
VANCOUVER. Wash., June 16. (Spe
cial.) Informations against Mrs. Marion
X. Laue and her son-in-law. Rock Soden
of Rldgefleld. charging them with assault
in the second degree, were made out to
day .by J. P. stapleton, and will be
filed In the Superior Court tomorrow.
The defendants are the persons who at
tacked Rev. C. M. Smythe, of the Met ho
dist Church of Pioneer, and nearly killed
thim with a club. Soden held the min
ister while Mrs. Laue beat him over the
head with a hazel club. The assault was
In tha streets af Ridgefleld. They al
leged that the pastor had slandered Mrs.
Laue, and had made remarks about
Mrs. Laue s daughter to which they ob
lected.
In case of conviction, the penalty is not
more, than ten years in jail, a fine of
$1000, or both.
The minister was confined to his bed
lor weeks and for a time his life was
despaired of.
H. D. Burrows will also be charged
with assault in the second degree to
morrow.
ALUMNI PLAN JUBILEE
Gathering- to Be Feature of Mount
Angel Exercises Next Week.
MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE, Or., June
5.6. (Special.) A big gathering of. al-
umni to plan for the celebration of
the silver jubilee in 1912 will close the
school year at Mount Angel College
next Tuesday. The meeting will be
held in the afternoon and at night an
elaborate banquet will be served in
the college dining hall, at which many
prominent speakers will deliver ad
dresses. .
Many prominent men, who are num
bered among the graduates of the col-
ege, are expected to attend, among
them being J. P. Cavanaugh, "91, of
Portland, and his brother. Dr. Henry
Cavanaugh, '01. of Albany; Frank Cole
man, '89, of St. Paul; Dr. DeDonatl, '00,
of Seattle; Harvey Craig, of San Fran
cisco, and Earl McLaughlin, '01, of
Alameda, Cal., High School.
A large number of priests will also
be among the alumni present, some of
those expected being Father Black, of
St. Francis Church, Portland; Father
Waters, of Astoria; Father O'Farrell,
of Eugene; Father Ollvotti, of St. Paul;
Father Buck, of Forest Grove, and
Father Powers, of Tillamook.
QUICK TRIAL PROMISED
IKE HARROLD MAY GO BEFORE
JURY IN TEX DAYS.
Talk of Lynching Dies Out Under
Promises of Lawful Punishment
of Murderer of Xewells.
LAKE VIEW, Or., June 16. (Special.)
-Although Ike Harrold, murderer of
ASTORIA YOUNG MAN GRAD
UATES WITH HONORS FROM
COLUMBIA MEDICAL
COLLEGE.
Carl Thorburn Ross.
Carl Thorburn Ross, son of
William Ross, of Astoria was
graduated from the medical de
partment of Columbia University,
New York, June 1. He will re
main at Coney Island until Fall,
when he will enter the New York
Hospital. New York City, where
he won a high place in general
competitive examinations of the
hospitals in which competition
there were over 300 entries. His
preparatory work was done at
Stanford University, where he
graduated with the class of '06.
Walter and Herbert Newell, has spent
two days and nights in the Lake County
jail, no move has been made to lynch
him, though the excitement has been
intense and precautions were taken last
night to protect him had any move
been made to wreak vengeance upon
the criminal.
Harrold admits having shot both of
the boys. Herbert Newell was shot
dead in the woods near the sheep camp
and Walter was shot through the
shoulder at the same time. He was
found in the wagon at camp with the
top of his head blown off. In addition
to a bullethole through the shoulder.
Harrold denies firing this last shot and
Borne believe Walter committed suicide
after reaching the wagon because of
his suffering. A revolver was within
his reach.
A letter was found near ' his body
which had been written by the dead
man after he was wounded and which
detailed the cause of the shooting and
how it was done. Harrold says he
Killed them because the Newells had
fired him and were swearing at him.
This note says Harrold became en
raged because they let him go and
fired the two first shots. The mur
derer seems not to realize the serious
ness of his crime and said at first he
was not sorry, but since then he has
talked very little. He will probably
be indicted by tne grand jury now In
session here and the trial may be heard
within the next 10 days. It is this
assurance of speedy trial and justice
through the courts which is keeping
tne citizens irom lynching the desper
ado.
"Walter and Herbert Newell, who
were murdered by Ike Harrold In Lake
County recently, were the grandsons of
Professor G. P. Newell, among the first
music teachers, if not the very first
teacher of the pianoforte and voice
culture in this state. He settled at
Oregon City early in the 50s.
TOLEDO MAY HAVE STRIKE
Millmen Dissatisfied With Wages
and AValkout Is Threatened.
NEWPORT, Or., June 16. (Special.)
The foreman and a number of men
employed at the mill of the Fir &
Spruce Lumber Company at Toledo have
quit work and a general walkout seems
probable, as the result, of a wage con
troversy. With the opening of the mill in To
ledo the progress of the town began.
The establishment of a port, the build-
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Where Is Cresent?
CRESEXT IS IN CE3TTRAL OREGON.
Cresent is 60 miles south of Bend in Klamath County, and 100 miles
north of Klamath Falls, on the east fork of the Deschutes River, and
surrounded by thousands of acres of the best pine timberi at the junc
tion of the Oregon Trunk, Pacific Eastern' and Southern Pacific Rail
roads. In Cresent District th land is sub-Irrigated. Tou don't need to
wait for irrigation there. Cresent is on the map and will have three
railroads. You cannot make a mistake' by buying lots in Beautiful Cres
ent and junction of these three great railroads.
Geo. S. Allen Realty Company
FOR SALE THIS WEEK AT 303 BECK BUILDING.
DIETING DOES NOT
CURE INDIGESTION
SELFDENIAL BY PRESCRIBED RULES
OF HEALTH USED TO BE CON
SIDERED A CURL
Starvation is a strange remedy for
any disease. Yet starvation by rigor
ous diet was once generally resorted
to in cases of Indigestion and Dys
pepsia. ' Even yet, it is sometimes tried.
Such a remedy is worse than useless.
Every day of life consumes a portion
of the tissues of the human body. The
food we eat serves to repair the .waste.
and you can't build up the system by
withholding the material necessary for
these purposes. When you have Dys
pepsia or Indigestion, or any form of
stomach trouble, take a little Kodol to
help the stomach do its work.
We say, take Kodol, because it Is the
only preparation that will digest all
the food you eat. Every tablespoonf ul
of Kodol digests 2 "4 pounds of food.
It supplies the same digestive juices
that are found in a healthy, .vigorous
stomach. There are other preparations
that are partial digesters, but what
your stomacn neeas is complete rest.
Kodol Is the only preparation that will
give it. A man is so constituted that
he needs a variety of foods, to redupe
the variety always produces bad re
sults. In 99 cases out of 100, Indi
gestion is due to lack of some of the
elements which constitute the natural
digestive juices. Kodol supplies Just
what is needed. Our Guarantee: Get a
dollar bottle of Kodol. If you are not
benefited the druggist will at once
return your money. Don't hesitate;
any druggist will sell you Kodol on
these terms. The dollar bottle con
tains 2hi times as much as the 50c
bottle. Kodol Is prepared in the lab
oratories of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chi
cago. ing of a railroad into the Siletz and
the putting of a schooner on the run
between the port and Portland, which
followed, were due to the company's
activities. Toledo residents are there
fore anxiously awaiting the outcome
of the labor troubles that threaten the
industry. Lewis Montgomery is presi
dent of the company.
GALLON. HOUSE IS RAIDED
Proprietor and Three Gamblers
Fined; Bartender Held.
THE DALLES, Or., June 16. (Spe
cial.) Sheriff Chrisman and Constable
Kelley went Out to Kingsley yesterday
morning and raided a gallon house, se
curing the proprietor, the bartender and
five men, who were charged with gam
bling in a side room. -
At the solicitation of citizens of that
vicinity, two Anti-Saloon League men
came up from Portland and went out
last Friday to gather evidence against
violators of the law.
In Justice Court today the five
gamblers were fined $50 each, the pro
prietor was fined $50 for running a slot
machine and the bartender who sold
me liquor was Douna over unaer auu
bonds' to appear at the November term
of court on the charge of selling liquor
without a license.
Harrisburg Water System Rebuilt.
HARRISBURG, Or., June 16. (Special.)
Work began this morning on the re
construction of the Harrisburg water
system, as was recently provided in a
franchise granted W. L. Wright, of this
place. Large size mains will cover
about 12 blocks and fire hydrants will be
installed. Heretofore the system made
no provision for fire protection outside
that which could be supplied by one or
two-inch mains. The city will allow an
annual allowance for the additional pro
tection.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, June lJ.-fMaiimum tem
perature, 63 degrees; minimum. 53 degrees.
River reading at 8 A. M.. 13.6 feet; change
in last 24 hours. 0.2 foot fall. Total rain
fall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.). 0.7 inch: total
rainfall since September 1. lo. 41. aa incnes;
normal rainfall since September 1. 43.13
Inches: deficiency of rainfall since Septembei
1. 1909. 1.26 inches. Total sunshine . June
15, t hours, 36 minutes: possible sunshine.
15 hours, 42 minutes. Barometer (reduced
to sea-level) at 5 F. M.. zu.vs incnes.
THE WEATHER.
Wind
STATIONS.
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State ol
Weather
Boston.
Boise.
Calgary.
Chicago
Los Angeles. ...
Marshfield.. ....
Medicine Hat.. .
Mew Orleans. . . .
Ne w York . . . j-rr
North Head. ...
Portland. ......
Roseourg . . . .
Sacramento. .. . .
Salt Lake
San Francisco. .
Spokane. .......
St. Louis. ......
Tacoma ........
Tatoosh Island . .
Walla Walla
0210.281 6INE Rair.
70 0.2H 6IN Clear
76 (1.00 lO NE Cloudy
8S 0.00 10W Clear
T'J O.O0 14 SW Clear
62 0.0O 4 NW Cloudv
84 0.O2 12 NW Clcudy
88 0'. 00 4 N Clear
6S0.16 6 SE Cloudy
MIO.OO 8 NW Cloudv
6310.05 7 N Cloudy
6410 . 01 6 NW Cloudy
8010.00 14 S Clear
8210.00 28 W ICloody
60l0.no 20 W Clear
6810.08 10ISW Rain
8610.00 6 SW Pt. cloudy
6410.00 14lW Clear
5HO.00 8IS.W Cloudy
60 0.50 6S Cloudy
7S0.00 6IB Pt. cloudy
Washington. . . .
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
A low pressure area of considerable
strength for the season of the year is cen
tral this evening over Western Montana. It
has caused good rains in Eastern Oregon.
Eastern Washington and Idaho and light
rain in western uregon. rso precipitation
or conseauence nas lanen in western wash
lngton and the amount along the Oregon
uoasc nas oeen very ugnt ana mostly con
fined to the southern portion of the coast.
It la much cooler east of the Cascade Moun
tains and slightly cooler west of those
mountains. In the Sacramento Valley the
temperature nas risen about 6 degrees.
The conditions are favorahle for fair
weather, with rising temperatures. In this
district Friday, except in Southeastern
Idaho, where the xatr weather will be pre
ceded by showers.
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer
northwesterly winds.
Oregon Fair, warmer, except near the
coast: nonnwesteriy winas.
Washington Fair, warmer, except near
tne coast: westerly winas.
Idahi Fair, except showers southeast por-
viuii ; wariuvr,
EDWARD A. REALS. District Forecaster.
SENT
AUCTION SALES TOD AT.
At Wilson's Auction House, corner Second
and Yamhill sts. Sale at 10 A. M-. J. T.
Wilson, auctioneer.
At 280 Park street, corner Jefferson street.
Furnishings of flat. Sale at 10 o'clock. Baker
& Son. auctioneers.
At Gilman's auction rooms'. 126 2d s.. at
10 o'clock A. M.. S. L. N. Oilman, auctioneer.
MEETING NOTICES.
TO THB FAITHFUL SONS
jJhS OF OUR FAR-FAMED OASIS
All Al Kader Tern Die. A.
(ft)!
aoi
A. O. N. M. S. will cele
brate the wonderful passage
of Old Mother Earth through
tne great comet a xormiaaole
tail with a grand ceremonial
session next Saturday even-
ng, June 18. at the new Ma
sonic Temple, West Park and
Tamhill streets. The caravan will start on
Its pilgrimage promptly at 8 o'clock.
A business session win be neia on Friday
evening, June 17, at 8 o'clock sharp, and all
petitions must be in the hands of the recorder
by FTiaay. at 1 o'ciock. visiting nobles.
duly accredited, are cordially invited to Join
in tne pilgrimage and partake or Al leader's)
hospitality.
YV M. U. UALVAAi,
Illustrious Potentate.
B. O. WHITEHOUSB, Recorder.
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO.
18, R. A. M. Special convocation
this (Friday) evening at 7:30,
sharp. 446 East Rurnslde street..
Work in past - master and most
excellent master degrees. All Royal
Arch Masons cordially invited. By
order E. H. P.
CLTDE EVANS, Sec.
PORTLAND LODGE, NO. 65. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communlca-
tlon Masonic Temple this (Friday)
evening t t lju o ciock. worn
in M. M. degree. Reception to
Grand Lodge officers. Visitors wel
come. By order of the W. M.
J. M. ST&AtudAK, secretary..
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42,
A. F. AND A. M. A special com-
Blp municatlon this (Friday) evening.
7:45 o'clock, work in M. M. de
gree. Grand lodge officers, dele
gates and visiting brethren cor
dially Invited to be prese.it.
u. It. it-fUMl, sec
ROSE CITY CHAPTER, NO. 88,
O. K. S. Regular meeting this
(Friday) evening. Masonic Temple,
West Side, at o'clock. By order
W. M. -Social.
SARAH B. GTJERIN, Sec
PORTLAND AERIB, NO.
4. F. O. Eagles Friday, June
IT, Marquam bldg. Members
are requested to attend this
meeting, as matters of im
portance to the Aerie will be
discussed, namely, advisabil
ity of forming a state grand
aerie, alterations and suggestions of laws at
the next grand aerie session.
LUUUi UAUHASun, Decretory.
WILHELM TELL LODGE. No. 2, O. D. H.
S. All members of the above order are ear
nestly requested to attend the funeral of our
late brother, Gustave Harrmann. which will
be held at Flnleys Chapel. Friday, June 17,
at 2 P. M. W. PAG EL. Pres.
W. WALLER, Secy.
HASSALO LODGE. No. 15. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this Friday evening at 8
o'clock. Work in the third degree. Visitors
welcome. Oddfellows assisted to secure em
ployment. F. COZEN9, Secretary.
.. DIED.
CLARKE At residence. 887 12th street.
June IS, Mrs. Mary A. Clarke, aged ea
years, mother of William J., George H-,
Helen A., Mary E. and Teresa M. Clarke.
Funeral notice later. Please omit flowers.
KRUPKE In this city, June 16. at the
home ol .her parents. 575 7tn St., Marie
Krupke, aged 36 years. Funeral notice
hereafter.
MAXWELL June 1. at 397 Cambridge
street. Edward W. Maxwell, aged 73 years,
1 month, 16 days. Remains at Zeller
Byrnes parlors.
HESSE June 16, at 1043 East 85tn street.
Frederick Hesse, aged 70 years, 4 months,
13 days. Funeral announcement later.
M'MAHON June 16. at his late residence.
263 H Salmon St., William McMahon, aged
50 years. Funeral notice later.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
KLUMPP In this city, June IS, William
Klumpp, aged 54 years 11 months and 29
days, husband of Mrs. Minnie Klumpp,
father of Mrs. G. H. Bestow, Mrs. Stanley
C. Tucker and Arthur, Lewis and Minnie
Klumpp; son-in-law of Edward Alisky.
The funeral services will be held at Fin
ley's charel at 2 P. M. Saturday. June IS.
Friends Invited. Services at the Crema
torium private. San Francisco papers
please copy.
WALLING In this cits', June 16. at Good
Samaritan Hospital, George ri. walling, of
1201 East Madison St., aged 47 years 9
months and 1 day. Funeral today at 4 P.
M. from Holman undertaking parlors. The
remains will be shipped to his old home in
Winona, Minn., for interment. Friends are
cordially invited to attend.
GLENN In this city. June 15, at St. Vin
cent s Hospital, Mrs. Jessie Ide Glenn,
aged 37 years lO months and 5 days.
Friends Invited to attend funeral services.
which will be held at Holman" a funeral
parlors. Third and Salmon streets, at 10
A. M. tomorrow taturaay, June xoj. in
terment Rivervlew Cemetery.
M'MAHON- June 16. at his late residence,
2fi.1 Salmon street. William McMahon,
aged SO years. Funeral from Holrnan's
chapel Saturday, June 18. at 2 P. M-, and
from Cathedral, 16th and Davis streets, at
2:15 P. M.
TyiTNN At 595 East Pine street. Jun 16,
Erelda Dunn, agea 79 years. remains
shipped to Tillamook. Or., this 4 P. M.
train by East Bide Funeral Directors, East
Alder and East eixtn streets. .
WALLING In this city, June 16. at Good
Samaritan Hospital, George HasKeu wall
ing, aged 48 years. Services will be held
at Holrnan's chapel, corner Third and Sal
mon, today (June 17) at 4 r. M.
SK1BRE The funeral of the late Albert
John Sklbbe will take place from Finley's
chapel Sunday, June 19, at 2 P. M. Friends
invited. interment at ureeuwuou ienx
etery.
WaRRMANN The funeral services of the
late Gustave Harrmann will be held -at
Finlev's chanel today (Friday at z p. M
Friends Invited. Interment at Rivervlew
Cemetery.
-vrnVT in this city. June 15. Mrs. Rose H.
Hoyt. Funeral services from First Pres
byterian Church 1 P. M. Saturday. Friends
lnvitea
IOKBKTH FLORAL CO,
MARQUAM. BLOO.
FLOitAL leUUNS.
Ftaonest Main 5192. A 11M.
Uunntng At McKntee, Funeral Vlrectera,
7th and A'lne. Phone Main 439. Lea a.
tk-i t F.H-RYRNES CO., Funeral Dlreetava,
94 WUliams ave.j both phones; lady tutmm
ant; most modern establishment in the city.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Funeral DlrseU
rm, HO 8d st. Lady Assistant. Phone M. 597.
j. p. rINLEY SON, Sd and Madlsea,
InU attendant. A'none atatn p. a loan.
EAST 8IIK Funeral Inreetora. sue
to F. S. Dunning. Inc. E. 62. B- SiS.
BRICSON CO, Undertakers; lady
ant. 409 Alder. M. 6138. A 2285.
LEKCH, Undertaker, cor. East Aide ane)
eta. Phones 781. a ass. iav assistant.
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RIGHTS
THEATER 15-25-50-75C
WEEK June 18th, Annabelle Whit ford, In
singinsr novelty. Five Olymplers, Whit and
Simmons, The Shields Family, IeLion, Del
more and Darrell, Charles Ledegar, Pictures,
Orchestra.
GRAND
Week June 13. 1910
SAM J. CURTIS
Three Nevarros.
bmith O'Brien.
Emelie Benner.
l'bil Staats.
Phasxna.
Grandaecope.
In
Matinee Every Dav. 2:30: any seat 15c.
Evening Performances at 7:30 and 9:15;
Balcony 15c: Lower Floor 25c: Box Seats 50c
LYRIC
PORTLAND'S
FAMILY
PLAYHOUSE
Seventh and Alder Streets. '
WEEK STARTING MON. MAT.. JUNE 13.
Edw. Armstrong Presents
"IN GAY FAME."
Friday Night Chorus tilrls' Contest.
Two nerformancea nightly: Prices 15c. 25c
and 35c. Matinees dally; price 20e.
Curtains Wed.. Thurs.. Mats. 3:45. cur
tain Tues.. Thurs., Sat. nights 7 o'clock.
We OAKS
AMUSEMENT PARK.
Special Engagement
LIBERATI
AND HIS FAMOUS BAND.
Grand Concert
Every Afternoon, 2:30; Evening. 8:30.
MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
Admission to Park, 10c
Cars from all parts, of city; change East
Water and Morrison streets.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT. Mala 212.
SECRETARY, Mala ri9.
HUMANE OFFICER. East 477.
NEW TODAY.
50x100 .
Kino corner on 22nd street In
warehouse and factory district of
North End. Large manufacturing
concerns in same block. Price only
$10,000
Terms, also.
45x100
Corner in Lower Alblna, close to
railroad holdings. A fine location
with bright prospects. -Brice
$10,000
Terms. For particulars apply to
KAUFFMANN & MOORE,
325 Lumber Exchange.
7th and Salmon Sts.
CORNER
the future business center of Portland,
$67,500
Easy terms.
Owner, 272 Washington Street.
100 Feet on Washington
Comer 3rd
FOR LEASE.
LONG TERM.
Condition Lessee to build Class A
building.
For particulars call on or address
H. Clay Breeden
Care Hotel Portland.
BEAUTIFUL HOME
AT A SACRIFICE
In. exclusive Irvington and close to
car. Is brand-new and beautifully fin
ished throughout: 8 fine rooms, toilets,
bath, etc. Paneled walls and beamed
ceilings, handsome fixtures, 50x100 lot.
Investigate this offer. Am leaving
town. $2250 handles it. - Might take
less cash down. Owner. ' Phone East
4167.
"Irvington Home at Cost"
Am leaving city and must sell my
new home, and in order to make a
aulck sale will let it go at actual cost.
The house has seven -large rooms two
fireplaces, plateglass windows, furnace,
sleeping porch, full cement basement
and attic, all floored and ceiled. In
which three large rooms can be fin
ished with eight-foot ceiling. If you
want a good home In the best part of
Irvington at less tnan it win cost you
to build, call on owner at 710 Koth
chlld Bldg.. 4th and Wash, st.
KENTON
8-room house,- modern, beautiful lo
cation. Price to net 10 per cent.
MERCHANTS SAVINGS A TRUST CO.
S. W. Car. tb and Washington Streets.
24th and Marshall
Two nice modern homes in this
desirable neighborhood, reason
able. - DONALD MACLEOD.
818 Electric Bldg.
Why Pay Rent?
We will plan and build a home for
you on easy terms; we have the lots
to build on; write D 57, Oregonian.
FACTORY SITE SIDETRACK
PROPERTY.
19 lots, close in, for sale or exchange
for residence property, $3000. Few such
lots In city; shoiild sell for a fortune
In few years.
GEO. E. WAGGONER,
923 Board of Trade.
INVESTORS Cali oh owners 'R.s&ltv Aiia
for timber, acrag. business, residence I
ud apartment properties, 205 A bin: ton, J
5v P
I
AND COMPANY I
the One Act Mu- 1
sical Farce "Af
Session at School."' I
NEW TODAY.
$1575
SNAP AT 25TH AND HALSEY
Lot 46x123 to alley, and wide park
ing; sidewalk and finished street. See
the neighborhood for yourself. Noth
ing else there for so little money.
Cee us for terms.
Chapin & Herlow
332 Chamber of Commerce.
RIVER HOME
5 acres, 100 feet from Meldrum Sta
tion, all planted to 4-year-old peach
trees, beauties, best soil, no gravel, fine
crop, potatoes between trees, woven
wire fence; a new bungalow, strictly
modern, 5 rooms, fireplace, bath etc.
Lies high and sightly, overlooking
river, choicest neighborhood, 24 acres
with house $5000, all 5 acres $8400.
Business calls the owner away, other
wise $10,000 would not purchase this
property. A few crops of peaches will
pay for this fine home, which will then
be worth $20,000.
Grassi S Zadow
317 Board of Trade -Bldit, 4th and Osfe.
Splendid
Investments
$31,000 will buy a new modern ce
ment apartment house that will net
10 per cent. ,
$10,000 will-ruy the best quarter
block left on Union avenue.
$35,000 for a good deep business lot
on Knot street, near Williams avenue.
$2700 will buy a 100x100 on Kerby
street, near Russell.
Several other very attractive bar
gains. HASKIXS HUDSON
Phone A 3208. 206 Henry Bids.
TAKE A LOOK
at the finest little flat In the city. It's
built to last; has furnace, fine tile fire
place (two in each flat), plate-glass
windows, plenty of light. A choice
place for owner to occupy one apart
ment Ijimself and have good Income
from balance. East Taylor st., near E.
12th.
A. H. B1RRELL CO.
202 McKay Bldg., Third and Starfc Sts.
olesale
Men, we are offering the last close-
in wholesale site on Thirteenth street,
lOOxlOO, only a few blocks from
Washington, below the market value.
Full information at
410 Failing Bldg,
Four and a half lots for $3000, and
only $1000 cash needed; balance at
6 per cent. Very close to station and
has east frontage, overlooking the
river; is level and hard-surface street,
with Hull Run water pipes coming
this year.
RIVERWOOD
CHAPIN & HERLOW
332 Chamber of Commerce.
Cleveland Ave.
House $500
Kine 6-room house, electric and gas,
full basement, good plumbing, nice
lawn and fruit trees, in a fine neigh
borhood, on a full lot, 50x100. on
Cleveland ave., near Going street. A
big snap at $3400 for a few days only;
$uuu casn and -u per montn.
Grussi & Zadow
317 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak
Country Home on Willamette River
If vou want the best Inspect the 4
acres we have for sale just south of
the KocK island. $lzou per acre; terms.
No finer view from any point on the
river.
Close to Electric line.
The Crossley Company
70S and 700 " Corbet t 43uildins.
APARTMENT SITF.
tVe can deliver the bent APARTMENT
SITE on the entire East Side. 100x2110.
one block from Holladay and one block
from Union avenue. Eight carllnes pass
within a block. Walking distance. Pres
ent Improvements ronslnt of two fine
homes, one costing $75O0 and renting for
$7u per month; the other cost $41150 and
brings $40 monthly. There is ample
room for a large apartment and flat
building left. The price Is right and
terms are very easy. J 10,600 will handle,
balance 6 per cent.
THE STANDARD REALTY CO..
421-426 Mobank Bid.
Waverleifjh Heights
New house, 8 rooms, finished very
fine. Corner lot, 100x100, surrounded
by stone wall and cement walks. Owner
leaving the city. Make us an offer.
MERCATS
SAVIXGS TRUST COMPANY,
S. W. Cor. Sixth and Washington Sim.
10 Net Income
7-room house on East Ninth, south of
Brooklyn carllne. Owner must sacri
fice. MERCHANTS
SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY,
S. vV. Cor. Sixth and Washington Sts.
Mortgage Loans
MORGAN. FLIEDIfER A BOTCH!
603-SOe Ablnctoa. Balldlac
Wh
NEW TOD AT.
Upper Washington
Street
Only $30,000
Quarter block, an ideal corner, apart
ment or family hotel site. Now that
carbarns are sold and to be removed,
values will very materially rise. Take
advantage of present low price and see
Vanduyn & Walton
515 Chamber of Commerce.
SMALL FARMS
NINE MILF.S OUT
WEST SIDE.
AS AN INVEST-I As a home. In easy
MENT WILLreachofctty.
DOUBLE IN No gravel; no
ONE YEAR. 1 bridges to cross.
Ten and 20-acre tracts near
Beaverton, and on survey of Gar
den Home branch Oregon Electric,
only nine miles out.
Ten acres first-class level land,
burned over and set In timothv,
all clear, except stumps. Deep
soil, no stone... $150 Per Acre
Ten acres land in cultivation,
good for fruit, grain or vege
tables .$225 Per Acre
Twenty acres land, house, two
barns, other outhouses, about
three acres orchard. Can be paid
for in easy Installments. .SSso.
OWNER,
410 Ablngton Bldg.
Phone Main 59SS.
For a man with $10,000 to $25,000
to invest in Portland, I have an ex
ceedingly attractive offer in suburban
real estate. It is the cash I want, and
if yon have it and mean business, I
can give you the chance you probably
have been looking for.
0 42, OREGONIAN.
GEORGE BLACK.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,
(All Branches.
S23 Worcester Bide
Phones Main 8371: A 4013.
REAL, ESTATE DEALERS.
P. ABRAHAM Rooms 217-21 S-219 Lumber
Exchange bldg-.. 24 and Stark at. Tele
phone. Main 2278. A 2278.
Beck. Win'am O., SIS Falling- bldg-.
Blrrell. A. H. Co., 202-J McKay bide. Heal
estate, Inrurance, mortgages, loam", etc
Brubaaier A Benedict. 602 McKay bldg. M. M
CARD REALTY INVESTMENT CO.. 62S
HENRY BLTX3. MARSHALL 1567. A 1587.
Chapin cV Herlow, S32 Cnamber Commerce.
Cook, B. S. V Co.. 60S Corbett bltg
Jenntaga Co.. Main 188. 206 Oregonian.
JONES A SHERMAN. 82-S Lewla bldg.
PALMER-JONES CO., B. P.. 31S Conuaar
elal Club bldg.
E chalk. Geo.C, 238 Stark at. Main 392. A ZSM
EH1NDT.F.R a; HALL. 2U& Ablagtoa bids.
The Oregon Real Estate Co., Grand ave. aaa
Mnltaomah at. (Holladay Addition).
Walker. S. T.. 0 Corbett bldg.
REAL ESTATE.
For Sale
-Lota.
THESE lots faclnr east over Willamette
River, are making very pleafmnt home;
we have four and a half In & bunch for
S30OO and only S100O down. 6 per cent on
balance; ground is level, near station and
on street where hard-surface street Ls com
ing, with Bull Run water pipes. May
ahow you this?
CHAPIN & HERLOW,
332 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
Finest lots In city: One. Williams ave.;
two, corner Cleveland and Alberta. Wal
nut Park; two, corner Wygant and 7tli,
Highland Add., near Union ave.; three,
Tillamook, bet. East 21st and 22d, John
drvlng'a Add.; 10 in Laurelhurst. Phone
"Woodlawn 2205 or address L 47, Ore
gonian, THREE additions for sale; the most de
Irabla that can be had Inside tha city
limits, as a whole, on easy terms to the
right parties. See the owner at Dean
Land Co office, 622 Chamber of Com.
merce bldg., 3d and Stark sts.
RESIDENCE SITE.
One of the best sites on Cedar Hill,
containing over 0000 square feet; other
lots held at $10,000; we can sell at $8000.
GODDARD & WIEDRICK.
243 Stark St.
UNION AVENUE.
Near Alnswoith: 80 feet frontage; 2
story frame bulldlnit. renting for $23
per month: price $4io0.
OODDARD & WIEDRICK,
243 Stark St.
S0X120-FT. LOTS. West Side, only 20 min
utes' car ride, grand view, good soil. Ilea
fine, good value at $325 and up: very
easy terms: will assist parties wishing to
build. M. E. Lee. 411 Corbett bldg.
" $850.
50x100 corner, on Kllllngsworth aval
100 feet on Kllllngsworth.
PERLEY B. LENT.
417 Corbett Bids-
A CHEAP BUT.
Quarter block, on corner of Rodney and
Going street; $5O0 below the market
price; $2500; terms.
OODDARD & WIEDRICK.
243 Stark St.
ONLY $10 cash, cheapest lots on the Mt.
Scott 5c carllne; bal. at 5 per month;
$150 cheaper than surrounclng lots; come
quick before they are all sold.
MARTIN J. HIGLEY. 132 THIRD ST. .
ROSE CITY P"ARK.
Choice south and east facing lot; easily
worth $1000; our price. $850.
GRAY & EUELL.
719 Board of Trade. Phone Marshall 1721.
$.v0. -
A fine lot on 27th street. In Irvington
Park: 50x100; very easy terms..
GODDARD & WIEDRICK.
243 Stark St.
BUY a lot on easy monthly payments and w
will furnish you, free of cost, a place to
live. Gregory Investment Co., end of Rosa
City Park carllne.
WHY buy a lot when you can get a bait
acre inside tha city with all the advan
tages for the same price? 42o Lumner.
mana Bldg.. cor. 6th and 9tark.
75x100 ON Russett. near Pippin St., one block
from carllne; $S00 If taken at once. David
Lewis, No. 2 Lumbermen bldg.. oth and
Stark.
FOR SALE by owner, 2 lots In Irvington
park; east front; t cash, balance easy
terms. E 47. Oregonian.
LOTS 12 and 13, block 2, Excelsior Addi
tion. Portland. R. W. Damon, Hotel
Brunswick, Seattle, Wash.
LARGE lot west of East 20th t.; three car
lines within 4 blocks; four nice treee;
.corner. 50xlOO; cheap. Owner.B 1619.
4 LOTS In Portsmouth Villa Extended for
sale cheap. See McCagar, Bates & Lively,
3J5Fa.i lj ngb ldg.
ARE you looking for a bargain near Haw
thore ave.? It will pay you to see what
we have. M. E. Lee. 41 1 Corbett bid g.
$2750 Holladay lot. southwest cor. East
loth and Clackamas. 817 Chamber of
.Commerce.
FOR a few days only, lot on north side of
Bancroft ave., bet. 1st and 2d sts., by
owrler. PSo 1st st. Phone Main 6770.
IRVINGTON PARK.
$75 cash, $15 per month buys my 60x100
at a bargain; owner. 4 20 Hwetland bldg.
FOUR lots. 171.5 feet deep close in. on the
Woodstock carllne; only $50 each.
M A RTI N J. HIGLEY. 132 THIRD ST.
BIG bargain in Irvington. Main 2488-