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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911."
Kohler & Chase
375 Wufcisgton St.
At West Park.
Friday and Saturday.
Then Sale Ends.
Compare--Do It Now--Investigate
A Few Specials for
June 1. .
The time is short, Mr. and Mrs. Piano Purchaser-dangerously J".
dearance sale lasts only a few days more, uo not ware un u x.
. A - C11 Ta
lect your piauo, but come now come wu.v. -
A Few Kohler &. Chase-375 Washington SL Thursday Specials
To the Public:
"We are grateful beyond measure at the
tremendous patronage given us in the last
"We expected a liberal response, but we
simply have been swamped with more
business than we could handle.
June 1st will be the biggest day in the
history of this house.
If vou ever intend to buy a Piano, DO
SALE LASTS ONLY THEEE DAYS MOKE
Kohler & Chase
375 Washington St
IMPORTANT NOTICE: !SVS? i?.!!lW?2HM H.S iSSSS
playtns: condition many or them nave own u. - -broils new piano. In discontinued sti.ee;
In addition to the above mentioned '""rumenU i we ,h7"" Ptnat will be offered at a-bona
othere that have Become suaniiy -nu -... - .
SA .. xiao t I17S on each piano.
nai iie v. ... . -
.t?-3i-7. ft s-
R. R. Fare
GOLFER EVANS BEATEH
URITK PKAUCF, OP ACSTRALIA,
WORSTS CHICAGO MAX.
t'dcrwalrr PUjrrr looked I'pom ma
I.ikrlr British Amih-nr Cham,
ploa Is Kllmlnatcd.
PRESTWrrK. Si-ottand. Slay St.
Chariea (Chlrki Evans. Jr.. of the Ede
vater Ooir Club. Chicago. ho wa
looked upon as one of the mot llkc'y
randtdatra for the British amatrur otf
cramplonahtp. went down to defeat to
day In the fifth round. bfrre rwe
r.art. of Aaatralla. Pearce won on
the nineteenth hole.
rru, won a li bye In the first round
and had a walkorer In the eecond. In
fie third, played yesterday, he defratrd
t'apiatn F. A. Stephen, of the West
Txret Oolf 1oh. ftva up and three to
p'ay. This mornlnc ho def'ated Sidney
Vry. of the Royal North IVvon Cluh.
one of the stroncrst playera In the Vnl
TMi vtctnry carried rrana Into the
group of 1 In the fifth round. H
b,ayed perfe-t a-olf and wa three np at
the aeventh hole. He aeemed to be an
Pearre. who la a left-handed player,
plowed rare nerve, lie won the ninth,
but waa eln three down on the thlr
t.enth. Kvans missed a short put en
the fowrteenth rreen. and from that en.
broke down be.l'.v In Ma lona am.
1sItic the I'tteenth and eihteenth
bes. Tfe round ended about en the
square, Fran bad bad l'-k. the ball
t'lrkiln over the ren Into a bnnker
below. He took two ahote to reaver.
The Anetrallaa layln his put dead, won
the hle and the match.
H I. Taw. of Philadelphia, entered
from Lake Como. ws the other Amerl
r.n to be beaten. Lionel Munn. of lh
Royal Imhlin tJolf Club, won their
tna'trh np and I t Play.
John BalU of the Royal Liverpool Golf
nu whose vlctnrv at H Lake last
year irave him the British amateur
. . 1 1 t.. a.vnih time, lost
rump""1' 'F ,l " " .
tn the fourth roond to R. VT. Crummack.
of the Lytham l mo. a cemp.'. -elder
by fonr and two.
William GerlaT. of Medford. la at tha
O. W. Sanborn, owner of enlmon can
neries at Astoria, la at tne t-oniana.
t:rwon Griffith, a merchant of Palrm,
I. emonc the arrivals at me ittii.
W. T. Klitdon. a member of the irrand
I,. r v. ts at the Imperial rroro paiero.
r 1L Coppock la amonar tha arrivals
at the Perkins from Tacoma.
A. H Hlnckaon, a real estate man. la
reciatered at tbe Kerklna Hotel from
y Stewart, connected wrlth tha
Hotel Arcbiboid of Seattle, la at the
M C. Evan, a real estate operator of
mwk1 River, la among; the arrivals at
Jamea O. Anderson, a real estate
man of Albany. Or, Is at the Terklns
with Mr Anderson.
Mr. and Mr. O. J. Geslln-. frntt
rowers of Hood Klvar. are among ar
rivals at tbe Perkins.
r e. Manchester, an orcbardlst and
apple grower of Lyle. v. la regis
tered at tbe Imperial.
vi, ..d Mrs. Keller, of The TValles.
.re at the Cornelius. Mr. Keller Is a
brewer of The Pallea.
r. a. Hawklna. owner of several
oyster beds. Is registered at the Cor
nelius from Mllwaoaee.
j K. Iancher. of I Detroit and Mark
,-..rrla. of Grand Rapids. Allcb, timber
swner. are at me i
bMdner Norman. aibew of the Aue.
man Bros, owners of Spokane and Ta
coma hotels. Is at the Portland.
J. Q. Blake. Pacific Coast manager
of the Postal Telegraph Company, ar
rived last nlicht at tha Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moody, of
Shanlko. are at tha Portland. Mr.
Moody Is a capitalist of Shanlko.
E. Morgansteln. E. W. Parker ann
v. r . 11 l-'l W fmm Reettle. are.
with B. E. Padgett, also of the order.
registered at tne m-egou.
. i . 1 . the Perkins
yvini'ii e " . . ----
yesterday were: D. H. Copiock. of Ta-
COma: UOja wrmwm - -
ma. and W. E. Keller, of EI Paso. IIL
Mr. and Mm. Charles Hlrstel an
nounce tha betrothal of their daughter.
Araalle. to wn . ivicu. ....i...--.
Thee win be at home next bun-
day from I to I o'clock.
W. E. Hacker, a bunlness man of
Tacoma. Is regialered at the Bowers.
Mr. S. Famswortn. 01 iouuch r'""-.
Iowa, and Mrs. John N. Palmer, of
Hood River, are also among the ar
rivals at the Bowers.
NEW SUPERVISOR NAMED
A. H . White Promoted Co Charge of
lioad District No. S.
The anoolntment was announced yes
terday by the County Court of A. H.
uv-hiie u supervisor of road district
No. 3 to succeed John t. iinnmin.
veteran supervisor 01 in, aieinvw
wbose resignation became effective
Mr. nite was writ, i.u "
tlon from among the varloua road fore
men of the county. He baa been serv
ing as a road foreman in aistnri ro.
1 and In an experienced road man who
has made good In running ana im
proving roads In different portions 01
the county. The appointment oeiruwoe
ranlhan. the hero ef the Irffidoa tn. Man
chester filaht. has been creeieo a
of the lct.-n f HoT.
THIEFS FAMILY HELPED
COCXTT Willi PAV WHILE
WITH KRELL SKKVKS TIME.
Sloncy Stolen by Culprit In Given
to WLfe and Children, Is
For havln stolen 130 J. W. Wltlierell
was sentenced to the rock pile for six
months by Presiding Judge Gantenbeln
yesterday. It waa proved to the court
yesterday that Wltherell stole on behalf
of hla wife and child, to whom he gave
the money he had stolen. The dire need
of the family ha been called to the
attention of tbe County Court, and while
Wltherell Is serving hla sentence hi
family will receive Li a month from the
Wltherell had been Indicted for lar
ceny and after the Indictment was re
turned it was discovered that jf was
faulty. That the Indictment might be
made valid, the District Attorney ap
plied to the court for an order netting
It aside, as well as some other Indict
ments which contained the same flaw.
The court dismissed the Indictments,
as requested, and ordered the case back
to the grand Jury.
The grand Jury yesterday returned a
new Indictment against Wltherell and
later In the day he pleaded guilty. HI
wife and child were In court when sen
tence waa Imposed. Mrs. Wltherell be
lieves that with the aid the county can
give her she will be able to provide for
herself and family until her busband's
Indlctmenta of OrvlUe Cavlneis. alias
J C. Ross: Charles Barrett. alia
George S. Stimpson: E- T. Wheeler and
James Whealen were dismissed a few
daya ago owing to the belief that the
Indictment were Invalid through their
construction and new Indictments were
... a ..o.ou hv the grand Jury
Tbe men are Jointly charged with ut
tering a forged bank check tor IB on
the Merchant National Bank. May 6.
WThe grand Jury also returned a Joint
Indictment against Lew Brown, alia
Lew Brownski. and Harry Davis, for
larceny of 3 from the dwelling of i
J. Rannle May 12.
John Ditch was indicted for a stat u
tory crime committed against Florence
Leone Sutton. December 1. 1910.
LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS GROW
BnslneMi For May and for Five
Months Show Increase.
Business at the Portland Union
Stockyards continue to how a healthy
Increase month by month. " The total
receipt Inst month were 40.4 4 head,
which compare with 35.714 head re
ceived in May last year. The principal
gain was in sheep, which Increased
60l head. Hog receipts fell under
those of May last year by 2859 head.
For the first five months of thla
year the arrival at the yards were
69.150 head more than in the corre
sponding period last year.
A comparison of receipts follows:
Bheep .... ....
Hnrses and mules
. . 7.1 s S.2-M l.37
2 140 1T
. .10.O.-.7 7.1 I.sr.9
. -18.il.Vt 24.."4 8.6l
la i'n ii
. .. 615 5.'.8 43
in r Astoria to attend the annual
convention of their organization on the
steamer T. J. Potter. on the night of
June 19. The Portland delegates and
their families will be Joined here by
knight from various parts of the state.
The managers of the Astoria Centennial
.,.,1 . .Mt and attractive
badge to be worn by Pythian visitors to
their city. It is symbolic of the order
and at the same time announces in
striking fashion the big celebration to
be held in August and September.
Traffic officials of the O.-W. R. & N.
Co who are handling the river ex
cursion, expect to carry about 600 per
sons on the Potter's trip.
Xicaraguan Capital Scene of Explo
sion Disastrous to Ufe.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, May 31. The
fortress Laloma blew up at 4 o'clock:
this afternoon, the palace and other
buildings nearby wer . damaged.
A considerable loss of life Is reported.
Mob Threatens Lisbon Newspaper.
LISBON. May 31. Post election manl-
festations occurred here today. A. crowd
n mnh the offices of the
newspaper Dia, but the civil governor
and other officials Intervened and pre
vented the destruction of property.
Total arrivals at the yards from
Januarv 1. 1911. to May II, 1911. com
pare with the same period last year as
. ..IS. HO.". SB. M
.. l.R.VI 1.374
. .44.021 lOK.IM
. . 2.13.1 S.42
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Horses and mules
Knights to Have River Ride.
Members of the Knights of Pythias
Owen Bush Says
1 1141 mta
water i a mighty serious handicap to a
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'Cause if you work in the city
for some one else, it's a strug
gle to pay the grocer and
butcher, and youll never be
While on the ngnt Kino- a . .
tract, close to Portland, you can get the returns on your labor
that are due you.
Many a man who worked in the city for $1,000 a year
is now making $1,000 an aere off ever acre of his 5, 10, 15,
or 20-acre garden or orchard. That's a matter of record.
And from $1,000 a year to $10,000 a year is a change that
any earnest man can work out for himself on a 10-acre or
chard or garden tract.
AVhat's more, you can get the necessary land-land that a
rip-ht-land that can't be surpassed for fertility or any of the
pities that make for success-land in that new district of
ours, the "
Beaver Homes Orchard and Garden
Tracts at Redland
It's the rarest chance of a lifetime for the man of limited
means to get in right. If you have $75 or $100 saved and can
spare $10 or $12 a month-then you can readily work out
your salvation at Redland.
An hour's run from Portland on the Columbia River, near
Goble, Or. . .
Richest known soil-springs and streams give purest
water to every tract-good school, good county road, handy
to stores, to churches, to town.
Water competition makes smallest known freight rate to
Portland markets, which soon will look to this superb new
district for fruits, vegetables and poultry.
CharDittinff, the new economy land-clearing system, is
being put touse by us on a large scale. We use it exclusively
Lurdeaxing. Charpitting is tie greatest present-day boon
to the poor man who wants to escape from slavery in the city.
If you are tired of being yoked to a job or to a plane in
the city that has no future for you ,then you re the man we
want to get in touch with.
For the present we are marketing our Beaver Homes
tracts at $25, $30, $35, $37.50 and up to $80 per acre price
dependent on location; all the soil being fertile. In tracts of
5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and up to 40 acres.
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