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PROOF OF MURDER
Home Occupied by Slayer of
Nathan Wolf Contains Re
volver and Loot.
DOUBT OF GUILT VANISHES
PWnl, Illnc atvd Kntrtie Ilrarln.r
Xante of rawnbrokrr Rlllrd
Hrr 3 Ynr Afo J "Do nil
by IIoo wninTTri.
Krrr lunllon a to the guilt of
Ed wart H. Mai-tlii. now rrlnr a U
yr Tsto- in tn afata pn!tetlrr
f.r th murder of Nathan Wolf. Ftr-t-trt
Jeweler and pawnbroker. tfcrea
jr aco. ii rcnoTl jrterdjr.
when tha rTolrr which Martin ua.i
In til., murdrou assault. an! Jewelry
anil envelop containing Wolf bul
ri address ytrr found burled under
th fcauM In S 11 wood where Martin
Tha old four-room cottas; at East
rmilUU avenue and Eat Fifteenth
itwi. which waa the harbor for sr
e'al months of one of the worst crimi
nal. In I'ortland'a history, leave op Ita
story as It waa rmol from ttve lot.
L. ltj-.tlnc. a houiemovrr of Olnd--cn.
and A. Laraon and L tJ. Lam
IwrtMit. found the artltla that had
ren cirhrj oail'T the floor of the
dnlnar-rt-oro by Martin the nljrht of
fordrrrx' nch Ktoantl.
The hnu.Hi had brn movrd about 10
f't from Ita foundation, when one of
the workmen' eyrs c.iught the icllnt
of Jewelry, lie crawled under the
houae to InreaUcate. and In rrmorlnc
a few Inchea of dirt, a amall paste
board bos. containing part of a watch
chain. sreral rlnti weldd toarr-ther
and o.ed for window display purposes,
a nickel-plated revolvsr and two
riosen envelopes o..ed for enclosing re
paired Jewelry were unearthed. A.
Ijtmon. one of the discoverers, noticed
the nam and business address of
Nathan Wolf stampeJ on each of the
envelope.. . Ilerallinc the attack made
upon Wolf at the pawnbroker's place
of busineta and rememberins: that Mar
tin had resided tn the house at the
time of the murder. Larson immedi
ately notified Certain of Detectives
Moore of his discovery.
I'etectlves Tlchenor and Howell, who
were responsible f r the arreot and
conviction of Martin, took rharcre of
tr-.e various axtlclea founJ.
Ilorrowr-d Pl.tol Itrr-oTrrvd.
The envelopes bearlna Wolfs name
were sufficient to convince" the detect
ive that the last bit of evidence had
Keen found to corroborate with abso
lute certainty all of the circumstances
In connection with Martin crime. The
Harrington & Richardson nlckel
rlated revolver, whtcb a Mrs. Orubb
hsd lent to Martin the day of the mur
der, was another Important part of the
In making a clover Inspection of the
articles, a card need for crtxUllac pay
ment of monthly aaaeaamenta In the
Woodmen of the World lodsre was fornd
TMi card bore tha name of Nathan Wolf
and tie credlta for each month as In
dorsed by A. L. Farbur.
Kvery article bid been removed from
t repair envelopee eacept a solid ffold
eir.hiem of the Brotherhood of Uncl
r'era A gold rln aet with an opal was
t.io only piece cat Jewelry found that
waa of considerable value. Repair work,
lncludlr diamond rings and diamond
studs, aere missing from the envelopeav
Place la (boarded.
As loon as the discovery of the mur
oerer loot became known In the neigh
borhood, a crowd of curiosity eeekera
cvthered about the old cottaga Many
took away splinters from the building
A patrolman waa detailed to guard tha
riace over night. When the house la
moved from the lot a more thorough
search will be made by the police with a
view of finding other evidence In con-rectt-n
with the murderer's movement!
following the crime.
"The finding of these articles estab
lishes the guilt of Martin beyond a
doubt," said Detective Tlchenor. "Krora
the evidence given at the trial, there waa
aoeolutely no question In my, mind that
Martin had comcytted the murder.
Kvery circumstance connected with the
crime waa strong against him. This
d?srovry provea that we convicted the
man who murdered Nathan Wolf."
t. Grttxmacher. who waa Chief of Po
lice when the murder was committed,
said last night that he b.vd always been
convinced of Maxtln'a guilt.
Chief's) Belief Conf lrird.
"As soon aa I waa made acquainted
with the facts in the cue. It waa clear
to ma that Martin murdered Wolf to
follow out hie motive of robbery," said
Mr. Grttxmacher. "I am glad that theae
articles were found, aa ail doubt aa to
Martin s guilt has been removed.
The lot on which the cottage stood waa
purchaaed a abort time ago by the Board
of Education for a children's playground.
The house is being removed preparatory
to Improving the grounila
It is understood that Martln'a parents,
who are wealthy New Yorkers, were in
Salem a few weeks ago and visited. their
on at the Penitentiary.
rikxxlj Shirt Ilet Clew.
The crime for which Martin waa con
victed was committed on the evening of
ilir v lsos. between a and 7 o clock
Martin entered Wolfe place of business
at 105 First Btreet. and a hot the Jeweler
throuch the neck. The body waa then
draKired Into the rear room, where Wolf's
head mas backed with a natcnet.
Martin than made a systematic fearcb
of the store and la said to have re
mained over an hour la the place before
escaping with his loot- Aa most of the
more valuable atonee ami pieces or jew
elry had b-en locked In the safe a few
minutes before Martin made h! attack
en Wolf, the murderer obtained only
cheaper articles and unredeemedepledges.
About IC0O waa taken from the money
iinnr and the o.eCrs aafe.
In attacking Wolf. Martin waa ameared
with bloed to such aa extent that he
was required to remove his shirt and
collar. The shirt was found by the de
tectives, and waa their ft rat clew In
chasing down the murderer The shirt
a wrapped in a piece of paper and
thrown back of a North r.na lougmg
house. A peddler identified the shirt aa
one be had sold to Martin. Within lesa
than a week from the time of the mur
der Martin waa arreated charged wun
Man Laughter Verdict Ketnroed.
Martin declared his Innocence, but Ma
wife bad afrong su.plclor.s and openly
accusal her huefcaad of the deed, later
refuaing to testify against him. In toe
....tin. the racers made an Investlaa-
tloa ef Martin's record and found that
v - vii rnl.tr or numerous cranea.
SLAYER Or NATHAN WOLF. AGAINST WHOM IMPORTANT
EVIDENCE HAS BEEN UNCOVERED.
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mass of evidence against him.
ras indicted for murder In the
His trial was not called until unonn,
and waa foucht bitterly. J. J.
frey was his attorney, while tne siaio
w. r..nresrnted hv Ieputy District At
torney l-HXiterald. The trial began Octo
ber 1 and continued until October la.
when, by a compromise verdict, tne jury
found him guilty of manslaughter. Mar
tin was sentenced to serve 15 years In
the p-nltentlary and to pay a JiA'J fine.
A hew trial was denied ueccmoer .
1A. and Martin waa taken to aaiera vo
besln his sentence.
Martin ta the son of W. H. Martin, a
wealthy New Yorker, tie waa a gradu
ate of West Point, and waa dismissed
from the Army for making fraudulent
statements of accounts In connection
with the post exchange at fori nan-
cock. He became advllcteo to tne use
of morphine, and from that time on he
tank to the lowest level. Some time be
fore the murder ho waa employed in the
Portland City Krglncer'a office.
Hi wife Is said to be living in j ori-
land now making her nvenuooo. as a
MAKTIN HI-AMES SOMKOXK FXSE
C'onviclctl .Mnrrtcrer Soya Loot
Hidden After Ilia) Trial,
emu Cyt June 17w (iSpedaL)
o.iti unt. T-dwwrd L Martin, con
victed of the murder of Nathan Wolf
tn Portland, declared tonlrnt tnav
Jewels and other Inrrlmlnatlna" evi
dence found at hia tormer nome w
have been placed there by the real
murderer of Wolf after Martin had
been convicted and aent to me pei..
- . i m . mlrht forever
leniiacr ii --
be fastened on the present oonvlct.
"1 can are no other, reason why
Jewels and other evidence of thl na
ture were placed at tne nouse,
aatd tonight at the penitentiary. At
the trial. If my memory la correct. It
waa ahown concluaively that no Jew
elry waa miming from the atore. In
that case It is certain i - -
taken none of Wolfe Jewelry to my
home. . .
-I maintain now. aa I have always
maintained, that I am Innocent of the
crime. I waa aa low aa a a ope iiena
could poselbly get before I waa ar
rested and my arrest waa a
.mlM.n me uo. liut 1
have a remembrance in a general way
of the ever.ta mat occurred io
murder was committed. I visited a few
liquor storve and went home to aee my
wife. In the meantime a i
three ahota of cocaine in my arm."
"Would you have rememoervu
had deposited any Jewels near the
house Martin waa asked.
"I certainly would." he replied. "
can aee no reaaon why anyone should
take occasion to depoelt auch things
around the houae alter the trial. But
It waa brought out at tne ui
the bouse had beon tnorougniy
aearched. Tou can aee that thia Jew
elry must have been somewhere else
or It would have been found. I did
not put It there.
..,....l freelv the Doasl-
Mlttlea of hia being freed by Governor
-I am a good man now ne aaio.
.. . i ne nfiroled I Will
be the greatest monument that could
be erected to the Governor.
When told the Governor would not
. j w i. ni . . unless he nroved to
CDUIUC1 " - . .
be abaolutely honest and that If the
Oovemor thougtit ne wue
. . An.inc- ftie discovened
any iscu vn o
Jewels he would give him no consider-
tlon. Mnrtln aam.
"I will be perfectly frank with the
Otherwise ne wouia :
ment aa to the dlacovery. eave that he
Intimated aomcone connected with tne
crime must have placed the artlclea
at hia old home to make It more cer
tain that he had committed the crime.
BRIDE JAILS HUSBAND
Wire Object to All Honeymoon, No
Work Plan Sentence Suspended.
Because Jlarry Coleman, of 110 Sumner
street, wanted to prolong the honey
moon at the sacrifice of work, his bride
of alx weeks, backed hy tier sister,
caused him to be arrested by Patrolman
litch ye-terday. The bride asserted that
her husband bad not done a stroke of
work since the wedding, slg weeks be
fore fhe also asserted that he waa In
a habit of getting drunk every nlaht and
of nhining her and her sister.
Coleman came before Judae Taxwell
yesterday In a penitent frame of mind,
and upon his promise of better behavior
waa given bla liberty, under suspended
aentenre of days.
Cobnrg to Get New School Home.
ETC EXE. Or, June 17. (Special.)
Contracts have been awarded by the
Coburg School Board for the construc
tion of a new 11-room school building
In that city to take care of the rapidly
increasing attendance. The building
will be located Just serosa the afreet
from the old one. It la Intended to
have the tilld!ng ready tor uae by the
opening of the "all term of echool In
TOE SIORNIXO OREGOXIAX. WEDNESDAY,
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RUSE ENTRAPS PROVLER
FATTIER SENDS LITTLE G1KL AS
DECOT FOU SI AN.
Lcrelctl Gun in Hand of Parent
Holds Man Cntll Officer Ar
rive From Salem.
SALEM; Or, June J7. (Special.) By
employing hia little daughter aa a de
coy. A- Tachudl. who Uvea two miles
south of thia city, today entrapped
Sum Oroaso. who is declared to have
terrified his family for the laat week,
and held the prowler at the point of
a gnn until the arrival of Deputy
Sheriff Esch from Halem.
Tschudl aald that ho had been watch
ing the man for several days and this
morning aent hia daughter to a wood
pile a few hundred feet from the house,
ostensibly to gather wood. Tschudl
watched her from the house. Aa ahe
neared the woodpile the man atepped
out and aaked the little girl to take
a walk with him.
Tschudl came out of the house with
a gun. placed It at the man'a hend and
aaked that the offlcera be notified.
The people In the north part of the
city are agitated over the affair. There
are eeveral other Oreeka In the vicinity
and they are being closely watched by
the residents In that neighborhood.
Metsclisn bell $ IS. 000 Tract.
FALEM. Or, June 17. S pedal.) Pur
chase waa made by the atate today from
Phil Metaehan of a quarter of a block
directly east of tha Capitol grounda. the
consideration being JliOoa This Is a
portion of the property which will be
aaed aa alte for the new Btate Capitol
DAILY Mx.TlXtKOLOICAJ, REPOBT.
yoRTLJLNIX June IT. Maximum temper
ature 2 O'fnu: minimum temperature.
fi& dVsT.es.: nver readme. 8 a. M-. I feet;
cbana. In laat X4 hoars, nons. Total rain
fall . I V. M. to P M.) J, J inches; total
rainfall eluae September X. 1B10. 6.0
Inches: normal rainfall since September 1.
asi Inches; deficiency of rainfall since
September V. llo. 15 Inches. I'osnllile sun
shine 1ft hours 42 minutes. Jtammcter tre
eucea e isaTlevel) at ft V. M . ).00 tach.a
TUB W CAT HER.
Boston . . v . .
Dea afoloee. ....
i'ulutb. . ........
Eureka. . .
Kansas City ...
Montreal. . .
Facxamento. . . . .
Han Pranclsco. .
VVaahlnston. . .
70.Si I ii Cloud
73 O.oOi 6 B Cloudy
CS O.3.! 4 B Cloudy
fco 0. 1. 14 XV Clfsar
lo) 01,10 PE Clear
O.Oo) INW (Clear
f.KO Ool 8 NW jPt. cloudy
ta 0.00 10 S Clear
'.1 O.oil V Cloudy
wio.oolos Ft. cloudy
0 oj 6 N" Clear
62 .0'.' 10 Sff Pt. cloud I
02O.12 4 SV Pt. cloudy
M 0.24 4 W Cloudy
S2 0.0OilSH Cloudy
Ml 0.01 8 W Cloudy
7 o.io a nw ci
10J 0.00 4 N'
70.02 4 SB
64 0.00 NW
l 2 O.oo 8 9
J K4 O.S4 lo-M
J C0. 00 12;N
frS.00 24 N W
O.00 10 !W
W1 0.OO. 14 W
72 V 22 12 (Ooudy
t i T. I lo w
84 0.S! 4 9
7,1 0.821 I 3
fM 0.4l 4 W
a o.ool 4 n
Except near the Oregon and Washington
roasts and over the lake rexlon tn.re has
been a decided decrease of atmo.phaxlo
pressure over the country cenerally. A
trouah of low pressure extends from Ari
sona to Alberta, and a moderate depression
Is central over the St. Lawrence Valley,
over the MteslMlppI Valley relatively hlxh
preasure obtalna Llshl rains have fallen
In Washlnston. Northwestern Oreaon. Nnrtll
western Callfcrnla. Northern Nevada, idaho.
Western atonlsns. Alberta and ovur the Ap
palachian highland. Heavy rains have
fallen In Alabama and thunder storms oc
curred at Helena. Wlnnemueca. il.mpnl.
and Atlantic city. The weather Is much
cooler In Southern Idaho. Nevada. Central
California. In the lake relon and lower
Mm.n.lpi.l Valley, and It Is correspondingly
wanner In the Northern plateau and North,
ern plain, states. In the Ked River alley
and In Kansas and Weetern Missouri, 'on
dltlons are favorable for showers Wednes
dav In this district, followed by clearing
wcath'r during the afternoon west of the
Cascade Mountains, and with rising tem
perstures except nesr the coest. Winds
''. '"7. J'lH.y.rSr, will
remsin nearly stationary Wednesday and
... .... . I a Thnnila and FndET. A
sllirht fall In the I pper Columbia and a de
r ded fall in the Snake River are reported.
The local reins In the Willamette Valley,
however, will operate to maintain a nearly
stationary stsge until Thursday, when the
rtver will graJually recede.
L rortland and vicinity Shosrers. warmer;
"Srea'and ""waahlngton-Sho-ers. fo.
lowed bv clearing weather west of Ihe Cas
cade Mountains In afiernoon; warmer ex
cept near the coast: westerly winds.
Idaho Shower-: w.rm-r.
XUEULxjRa. JT. 1RA&1E. Ohaervsr.
f H AM I'SK.MEN TS.
The dollars that you invest
toJay ia one of those unsur
passable orchard or t?arden
tracts in the Beaver Homes'
district at Eedland, will fully
safeguard you against possi
ble future reverses.
..Because the Beaver Homes'
tracts are going up. Today
thev form a fertile new. logged
olf" district, fresh, virile, fer
tile, highly productive and
easily within jour reach.
Shortlv they will form another
rich established Sistrict com
manding fabulous pricey for
even small tract.
Today the man with only $75
or $100 savcd and who can spare
but ?S to $12 a month can tret
in. Soon only the man with big
means will bo able to buy a
Beaver Homes' tract.
Some 3000 acres of the choic
est of this big, new district is
beincf marketed by us at 525,
$J0, $3-5 and up to $00 an acre.
We want producers on it, for
producers are what develop the
values, and we arc going; to re
tain a lot of that district our
It'a only sua honr'a ran from
Mill aoost eopply Portland a
"iis'tse Colombia River, aear
Hence, rail and water trans
portation. Smnllest ksews frclaht rate.
I.aad nnexeelled by any.
Ideal for frutte and vegetables
Fine water In plenty.
Handy to school., enurenea,
On good county road.
renery Is wnearpmseed.
Jast the place for a home.
Immense savinps in develop
ment of this rich lopged-off dis
trict made possible by Charpit
ting, the new economy land
clearing system. That's what
makes it the greatest chance
the man of small means has
ever had in Oregon or the
SEE US TODAY ABOUT THIS
F. B. Holbrook Co.
214 Lumber Exchange.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily or Sunday.
Oil' f ltfta9 e.ee.ea-ee. U
rWnie ad two consecutive times..
farm, ad three eonwullw ,lm' VlW. 'aBe
tame u.l six or Mes cecutlve tlrnee. .t.o
Itemlttances must accompany oul-of-towu
""wiwords count as one line on cah ad
vertisement and no ad counted for leM
Umn two llnee.
Hhea an advertisement Is not run In coo
seculive Imim. the one-time rate "Pl'ios.
On charge or book advertisement, the
charge will be baaed on the actual number
of Hoes appearing tn the paper, regaroieae
ef the nuu.ber of words In each line.
In New Today all advertisements are
.hatnd br meaeure only. 1 lines to tne
""i'i'io above rates apply o advertleementa
onder -New Today" and all ether eluaalllca
tlons excepting the fullowlugs
Mtuatlons Wanted. lemale
Kor Kent. Ktom, Trlvale Jramlllea.
KnoDm a - - -- -
Ihe rale on the above ciaaalncatlona
wi. a line r-ii
l r ik. aiToin imxl .Ljo n or patmns
Oreaonwn w. -'r r, "l.
aienls over vuv " r : ' .
vertiwer Is a suhsenher to either phone. e
prices will be quoted ever the pli"".', but
Mil will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advert laeinenls will be
etepiea ever " ' ' .
anmplaea of Ihe pajment of telephone ad-
verliiniefiip. t.. " "" - - .
i ..i.rrtlwmetils will not be accepted
ever Ihe telephone. Orders for one Insertion
oulv will be accepted for "Houses for Kent,
urn I tu re for bale.-- -iusiitws vvoi.
tle." Koomins-buuac' and "Wanted te
Arcnox wai.e today
AT Wilson's auction house, at K A. M.
Turnlture. ll--S Second street.
B P. O. Kt-Kf
Members of Portlsnd
P. O. Elks, are re
Tds;e. No. 14J. II.
quested to assemble In our lodgeroom.
Thursday. June in. at 1 o'clock P. M.. to
conduct the funeral sorvlccs of our late
brother. David Campbell, charter member
of our Iodic.. The services will bs held at
the Elks' Temple. Seventh and Btark
streets at 1.H0 P. af. Vtsltina brothers are
Invited to atlnl. Hy nrrter of the exulted
ruler. M. R. BPAL"i.DINd. Sec
ALL EX-MEMPEHS Of THE PORTLAND
Paid and Volunteer First Departments are
requested to meet at corner of Seventh, and
Stark streets Thursday at 1 P. M., for-the
purpose of attending In a body, the funeral
of our beloved friend and brother fireman.
Chief David Campbell.
6ELIGER In this oity. June 21. at her res
idence. 3.4 TIUam.ok St.. Mrs. Caroline
bfllircr. axed 62 years. Frlemls Invited to
attend funeral services, which will be
held at liolman's chapel. Third and Sal
mon at... at il P. M. today (Wednesday).
June iW. Interment In Hlvsrview Ceme
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO. 2.
A. F and A. M. Special communi
cation this (Wednesday) evening
at 1:30 o'clock. Work In F. C. de
gree. Visiting brethren welcome.
W. O. WEEKS, b.c.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO.
111. A. F. and A. M. Special
communication this ( W'odne.suay)
evening at 7:30. Work In E. A.
degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. B. MILLER. Bee
AN INTERDENOMINATIONAL TENT
mee'tlnir. at 15th street and Nehnlem ave..
Cellmood. Don't fall to hear Rev. James
Crooks preach and Donald L. MacPhee sing.
Meetings every evening at 8 o'clock, com
mencing June 28. '
WASHINGTON COUNCIL NO. 8.
R. aND S. M. Slated assembly
this (Wsflnesiisy) evening. 7:30.
E. th and Burnslds. Degrees,
j. H. RICHMOND. Recorder.
LOYAL ORDER OK MOOSE. Portland
Lodge. No. 201. meets every Wednesday
nlcht at Hwls Hall, 3d and Jefferson sla
Visiting Mooae Invited.
WALTER M'OOVERN. Secretary.
W. N. .GATENS. Dictator.
ROSE C1TT LODOE. F. JT. of A. A dance
to be given by Rose City Lodse F. V. of A.
In the Foreiters- Hall. 8th floor Marquam
bl!g.. Friday evenuis. June 30.
SAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2 1. O. O. F
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening,
at S o'clock. Third degree. Vlaltors always
w.liome H. OSVOIJ. Sec.
ORfENT LODGE. NO. 17. l-O. O. F.
Recular meeting, third degree. V l.ltors wel-
rto.-ii e. ' ' ' ...... . .
DTF.B At Patt. Wash.. June M. Huldah
. J a. tAa h war I fa. a i TJ g.
urace fyer, on -i " ' ' - ,
ter K Drer. Reme.lns brought to Portland
for interment. Ai-noune-iment of funeral
nrvnrosnv The funeral services of
Martha M. Henderson will be held st
Finley s parlors at II P. M.. today (Wed
nesday). Friends Invited. Services at the
. . .l- - I Q TTIrsch.
BM.Lr.K At in. moth.- w
North 21st St.. Mrs. Helen Seller, of
Boise. Idaho, paassd peacefully away.
JUNE 28. mil.
7th and Taylor
phones lnln 1: A 1112- . '
TWO l-KKHMtMAMW TODAY.
lisL Time I
diaries Frohman presents
in W. Somerset Mincr.nm'i Comedy
This Afternoon; lwer Floor 1.3n.
Walconv. S1.00. 7.".c. 8ic. 0l "I, iv5;p
Tonight: Lower Floor J2.0-X l-30. Balcony.
U l-i0; 6 rows. J.01; 6 rows. wc.
w -. - -.Ac n n 1 1 r V 50c
FOBMKKIjT or and.
Sullivan A fonsldlne. Refined Vaudevilla
WKKK JTSE 2
EDMl'ND STAXLKV CO.,
4 DAN'CINO Bft.X 1
MATINEE EVERY DAY
Prices: Mstlnee. 15c. Evenings. 15c and -l.-
eJL4tN . A 1OT0
ui titi:e kvixI DAT
V THEATEK 15-25-5U-75
WEEK .H'NK Km ma Dunn. ln..."T,e
Baby." W. ilia Holt Wakeileld. Hen W elch
"taaflra Ahearn ycll.ig o.nedmn. 1 1 ugh
Mctorroack "race Wallace. A 1 Car 1 1 on.
Au.ler.on. McNeil A baucedo, Orche.tra,
L'XTRA, Ku-h Ling Toy. "A J.h taR
Orient"; The Malronamls. rred W ard Bar
rett and Karle. toe and Boyd, t.uycr and
Talle Kl.ters, I'untagcscope; Special, The six
Popular prices. Matinee daily. 2:30. i -3Q.
Blrsent and coole.t Summer vaudeville and
Photo Plav Theater in the city. All nisn
class acta. First-run photo plsys. The moat
for the least money.
lOc Children Under Ten 5c
Afternoona. two shows, starting st 2. Even
ings, continuous, starting 7:30. Entire change
of hill Thursday.
24 Acres of Best Amusement In the City.
HEAR PELZ ANI BAND
AND GRAND orEKA QUARTET.
SEE irOTGARIAN ORCHESTRA ON LAKE.
ONT-Y OSTRICH FARM IN
THF. NORTHW EST.
TIENNESSY IN DARE-DEVIL RIDE.
THE NATATORICM TAKE A DIP.
ADMISSION, 10c. CHILDREN, 6c.
UNDER 6, FREE. .
K CAR FARE.
Cars Every lew Minutes From 1st and Alder
launches From Morrison-Street Brltlrre.
Most stupendous picture production
The Birth of a Nation, or the Rive
Books of iloses.
A historical and Hibllcal production
which cannot fail to meet wun unan
2 Splendid Singers 2
Her Sacrifice (dramatic;. Lazy Tramp.
How the Story Grew. The Crusaders.
Juarez Captured by Insurgents. Army
Sacrifice to Civilization.
How Willie liaised Tobacco.
Cor. Vauehn and Twenty-fonrth St a.
June 20, 27, 28, 20, SO, Si.
Gamea Beaia Weekdays at 3iOO P. M.
Sundaya 2i30 P. M.
LADIES' VAT FRIDAY
Boy a Under 12 Free to Bleachera
POWERS Born June 26. to the wife of H.
L Powers. S79 Thlrty-Orst street orth,
SETIOER In this city. June 21. at her
resiuence. 'i in'"vv. "
line belllter. aged 02 years. Friends invited
to attena lunerai i v i. i." ...
held at Holmau's Chapel. Third and
ncaday!. j'une 2S. Interment In Rivervlew
. i .. .. n OA n.i-M
CA 11. r.i.ij in tin. wl,, ....
Campbell, aged 4T years 3 months and
' 16 days. Funeral services will be hel.l
at the Elks' Temple, corner of 7th and
Stark streets, at 1:80 P. M.. Thursday.
2U Friends Invited. Interment
RADEMACHER In this city. June 27. at
the residence oi ner T. j .
cher. i u i r.asi ' , .
macher. aged SO yeara The remains are
at Finley s parioi.. . .
appear In a later Issue.
VMAHOX Joseph James. In fant son of
Mr and Mrs. P. J. McMahon. funeral
from residence. s'JS Harrison su, at 2:10
V. M. tooay tweuneao.iyj.
XONSE'rll FLORAL CO,
. ... . .. I.Lvll.Vl.
phones'l Main Sl'u j : A llOj.
Donning at ali.ntee. kuueral Dlrecters.
1th and line. 1'houe Main 430. Lady ae-
. iKiir. at ( onatv Coroner.
u-v f idiS'. ad anil Madleoaw
Lady attondaut. Phone Main 8, A 15WH.
" kilWAHil HOLSLVST CO.. runerai Dlrect
iriitt) stl st. Lady aaal.tant. Phone M- 601.
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OREGON HUr.IANE SOCIEH
OFFICE CITY HA LI. Main B8, A 7DS
HUM.ANE OFFICER, Sergeant Crate,
Residence. 24 E. 24th N. East 477H.
f; . n. Ria Wasco St.
v. li. Eaton. Kea" 73 E. Itfth. East 1786.
Horse Ambulance, A 6101: I r. fcx. e.
Nights. Sundays and Holidays. A 6105; Pr
Hx. 4: Trunk T.
100x100 Fiftii and Flandsrs Streets
Southvcest corner, close to new post-
l ... r, r, .1 Aiiro to advatlCfl in
value. Kasy terms. See u at once, as
this offer win only last a. io uj
Price only J80.000.
3 Healy HldK
H. Morrison and tirand Ave.
UPWARD Fl. (iOl'DEli
Len Ik Bulldlngr.
100 .000 In Sums to suit.
PACIFIC TITLE TRUST CO.
Chamber of Commerce.
Splendid eiirht-room house on
Kast Side corner, close in ; 80s
100; fine for apartment. $1500
-under value. $2000 cash will
Modern Irvinp-ton home, close
in; $500 cash, balance monthly.
Go wen-Ide Trust Co.
Lumberraens Bldcr., Fifth and Stark.
ICO Ft. Off Washington
Street, facing Stark, Burnside
d Thirteenth Streets
right in line of march of
GOLDSMITH & CO.,
103 Sherlock Bldg.,
Third and Oak Streets.
Avoid paying an exces
sive price for exciu-
size, close-in ana de
sirable view prop-
Lerty by buying
9 a home site in
THE WEST SIDE CO.
Madison Bldg., 3d & Madison
Mar. 980 A 4747
CLOSE IN ON
At corner of
Grant and Seventh Streets.
Buy now of
CHAPIN & HERLOW, "R"
332-338 Chamber of Commerce.
We will furnish a fine larjce tent
honse free of cost to every lot buyer
for the nest 30 days.
10 PER CENT CASH
$10 PER MONTH
Call or phone.
GREGORY INVESTMENT CO.,
418 Corbett Bldg.
Marshall 557. A 2044.
100x100. Faces south and east on
Knott and 23d. You know that is
a good location. Price $4000, plus
the street improvement.
CHAPIN & HERL0W,
332 Chamber of Commerce.
Nob Hill Residence
Modern in every respect; eight
rooms and sleeping porch, hardwood
floors, cement basement, furnace, 2
fireplaces; faces east; improvements
in. Price $13,000; terms.
C. V. Everett
lOOtinO, suitable for business, flats or
residences, near new car shops. East
Fide: on car line. Terms. Investigate.
Owner. Winters, 405 Chamber of Com
merce. MORTGAGE LOANS
CO? JOHN E. CRQNAN, HOI
J JO 02 Spalaias Bids. - V
THE NEW TOWNSITE
The new townsito of Rochester is lo
cated In the heart of a very rich valley,
ripht at the junction of three groiit
railroads, completed and running d;iilv
trains. Rochester is to have a. new
electric line. Four miles of this line a 1 i
completed and cars are running. Kail
roads and electric lines will Imild UP a
town quicker than anythinq: else, and
ltochester is well supplied.
Has Rood schools, hotels, stores and
churches. Surrounding country Is
thicklv settled. Fuel is cheap and lum
ber for building can be oblained from
A large sash, door and box factory is
beinK built, which will employ about
10(1 men. Near the town is an immense
deposit of clav suitable for a brick
plant. Other factories are flcfurinff on
free sites. Xew homes and business
houses are joiner up. Rochester will be
a city with a payroll.
LOOK AT THIS
Level, Cleared Lot
While thev last, we will sell level,
cleared lots, right at the Junction of
these railroads, for only $-" each. Pid
you ever hear of a chance like this.
A home where 12 pasenser trains stop
dally and an electric line building-. A
town where factory, homes and busi
ness houses are troing up. Tou never
rli.l. nnd von won't iret this chance
again, and on
PRICES WILL RAISE
50 PER CENT
Those who huv before the prices ara
raised are the ones that will make tlio
bis profit. Buv today and let some one
pay you this profit. I'on't wait until
the best are gone. Call or write for
We are. owners, not agents, and we.
sell on small monthly payments. War
ranty deed and free abstract of title.
Office open evenings until S.
AMERICAN HOME INV. CO.
JOIB CHAMRHIt OK mMMERCB
On .stark, hot. ltd and 4th.
214 ACRK orchard in the famous
Hood "River Valley, beautifully situat
ed, with a picturesque view of th
mountains and valley. Seven acres in
bearing orchard, affording a family
home of luxury and ease amidst sur
roundings of unsurpassed scenic
(jraudeur: 10 acres of younc orchard,
and 4'4 acres that can readily be put
under cultivation. Good farmhouse,
barn and suitable outbuildings; spring
water piped into house. Team of horses
go with place. This place Is an IN
COME PRODUCER NOW. Will accept
modern Portland residence as part
payment if unincumbered. $2000 cash
Devlin & Firebaugh
7-.S-9 YEOV BLIG.
Ileauliful and Artintic Home.
Large grounds, high and sightly, over
21 lots. Grand view of river and
mountain's. House thoroughly well
built, nearly new. with all modern im
provements. High-class location and
street improved. Convenient to ear.
Price $14.u00. Terms. Call on owner.
1008 Spaldinj Bldg. Phone Main 86ti.
Ladd Addition Snap
No. 652 Elliott ave., near Central
Park, is a strictly modern 8-room
housa, with all latest improvements,
value $S000; for sale for a few days
at 16700, on terms. See it today.
C.RT'SSI &. IADOW,
S17 Hoard of Trade llldK., 4th and Oiik.
REAL EST.ITK TEA1.ER-S.
Beck. William C... 812 Failing bldB.
Brubaker Sc Benedict. 602 McKay bids., M.
Chapln & Herlonr, 332 chamber Commerce.
Cook. B. S. & Co., Gi'S Corbett bldK.
Jennings & Co.. M;ila 1SS. 110S Oresonlan.
PAL.1IKR-JOXK3 CO.. H. P.. 1113 Commer
cial Club bldg.
The Oregon Keal Estate Co., Grand ave. and
Multnomah at. (Holladay Addition).
WHITCOilB BROS.. 10JU Cham, or Com.
$i;rt BUYS a fine 50x100 lot on E. 2Rth and
Holgute sis; Ktroet Is pxacW and city
water is in; everything; paid for; Una fruit
tre-s; vury easy aymeaia. tee owner, 414
" SOUTH MI. TABOR.
Three blocks from new Mt. Tabor Park.
Two full lots. 100x100. for sale at a
eacrtflce; owner ha left city and must
sell at once; terms. V 174. Or?gonlan-
EoOIC at thisT-Errol Heights, $200 equity
tor $150; no taxes, no interest; lot 11HX
lo- .j minutes from center of city; am
leaving city. Call 23 il. 12th U. apart-
ment A. ,
Located near new hotel; must be sold
at once; or will trade for city lot; no
reasonable or refused. Mr. Delahuniy.
Ph o ne A 15 K.. E : as t!f Sli.
FOH SALE-j Lot 40x100, alley 14 ft., shada
trees, water piped to lot and cesspool in;
S iH ' below maiket; must have cash.
Price. $300. W. E. All-n. Kast ikllh and
Stark. Phone Tabor 710.
WATCH the new car shops now being con
structed. We offer a few lots near by on
nood terms at original price; investigate;
buy before the. advance. Heurlck &
winters. 405 chamber Commerce.
NEAR Piedmont carbarns Fine lot. Dela
ware ave.. $'175; 100 cash. this.
Fred W. German. 320 Burnside. M. or A
277H. - .
WILI sell choice lot on Council Crest com
manding view of entire city and Tualatin
Vallev and build to suit purchaser. Terms.
705-6 Couch bldg. Maj-shall L7j
,lin fc-oi'R lots, level and cleared, splen
did Investment: will sell the four for
$100. terms. Owner. lOlfl Chamber of Cora
nierce. S5 PER month buys a nice lot. cleared, with
city water, street graded, near Mt. Scott
5c car. -n..,.,i
HHil-EV MMl'T, i n.
SNAP In Irvington lots; 2 lots 00x120; pri..
Vi.'pOO if taken at once; terms. Thayer
Fulton. 14H? 1st, room 4.
CORNER 125x105. Rose City Park; clear..!.
olo'wed $1201). cash, balance 2 years.
freff good lots for sale, at $300; to closa
will accept $-5 cash, balance S7 a month;
finest garden land. AB 1119. Oregonlan.
WILL sacrlllce choice corner. Belle Crest;
need money for other Investment. Owner,
V 21. Oreiionlan.
vnR SALE Three best located Capitol Hlil
lots $.1100; one lot. $750. Address V 214.
60x100 S. W. CORNER of East 40th and
Grant eta.; terms or cash. Make ofter to
Box 11. Sumner. Wash.
RIVER VIEW lots for sale by owner; all
improvements paid; easy terms. Phone
CITY block $7500. S700 down: unheard of in
realty annals. 4M0 Worcester.
VERY choice Irvington Park 1 n t 5 0 xjn n ;
best location. r-nune n"ii"". -m... , .
50x72 V GRAND ave. and Hancock; by
owner. Main S067.
MT equity In three lot In University. AO