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TITE SrORXTXO OltEGOXIA!?." wnTDAT. SEPTEMBER 29. 1911.
HEYES SAILS FROM
STRIFE IN MEXICO
Message to Political Leader
Says He Is Leaving to
NEW YORK IS DESTINATION
First State of Trip From Country
Is Made Almost M FnrtUTe.
Return at Head of KroIutioo
ary Armj I Sunpected.
MKXICO CT.TT. Pept- I. General
(rnrrow mnilD, reliable Information
am rival of F. L Madero for the preal
dncjr this aternooo sailed for Havana.
Just before tha ship welshed anchor ba
said ha would continue to rew ion.
Toai Vra Crus ba sent a muufi
to President Da la Rarra. sarin ha
did not cara to raroaln In tha country
and become a causa of ambarraasmant;
tnat com fly In with bla duty aa a re
tired Army offlcar, ha later would ad
him aa ta his resldeaca.
To Joa Pon Del Valle. chairman of
tha central committee of tha Reytsta
rartv. ha aent tha following meserasre
I am leaving tha Republlo to escaps
taunta and to avoid tha prams, ma
party of which I am chief, must attain
Its attltuda of Inststlnr upon mraran
teee to azerelsa its licht that It now
lacks. In tha knowledita that In due
time I shall return to take my piaca at
Its head, protected always with tha
fcanner of law.
Arromoanylnc General Reyes war
"Par id Keyea He tana, ona of his most
ardent supporters. Ketana's wlfa and
chiMren. and Mlacuel (julrca. another
adherent of the General. Tha trip to
Vera Crua, which almost resembled a
flisht. waa made m a private car tasi
r.taht. and on account of tna falsa en
try of hla name In tha passenger list,
tha Identity of Oeneral Keyea waa not
discovered until lata today.
oa tha vessel this afternoon Keyea
aid ha expected to fo directly to Mew
Sork. but would not say when ba
would return. In Vera Crus tha same
.lr for privacy was maintained.
Holdlna a handkerchief before hit
(are. ha went aboard early and al-
rjioat Immediately went to bis state
Party Ka Dterapfeal.
Reres departure haa been com
mented on variously In tha capital
Jilany Maderiatas are Jubilant, declar
ing ha raa away. Others do not hesi
tate to express their belief that ha will
attempt to return at tha head of a
revolutionary army, but Bla xnenaa
Jom Teon del Valla declares that tha
O'parturo of Reyes does not mean tha
disruption of tha party ba left behind
fclm. but Bays It henceforth will be
known aa the 'Republican party, and
that It will ba prepared for tha next
BRUTES' FRIENDS COMING
American Humane Society Delefaxea
to VUI City Today.
1-r. W. O. Stlllman. president of tha
American Humane Society, and a auro-
r-er of other orrWr of that orranlia
' tion wl'.l arrive In Portlaad thla morn-
ins; at T o'clock for a day's visit with
J'-w-at humane officer and a committee
ef the Commercial Club. Arrangements
Vave been made to meet the visitors at
tha depot and take them for a trolley
ri.l. about the city before noon. In the
afternoon aa automobile ride will ba
taken Into the country. A compliment
ary dinner will ba served la tha even
Tha entertainment committee of tha
rrrmo Humana Society comprises Mrs.
Y V. Swactoo and Mrs. C. 8. Mayes.
T-.ey wl l have charts of tha afternoon
Tha party Is en route to Sari Fran
cisco to attend tha National Humana
tovletr Convention. It will be accom
ysnlei from Portland by Robert Tucker
and Mrs- Swanton. Portland delecatea.
lr. Tucker and Mrs. Pwanton will try
to gain sentiment In favor of Portland
for tha 1511 convention. The 111
Xneetlna; will go East and the assembly
f 1IJ will ba bald In the West.
PURDY NOT MENTIONED
Attorney for Man Holding Winters
. Ieel "otee Fror Made.
Thomas OTay. attorney for William
-. Purrfv. In the hunt to aet aside a
ed which Purdy bolda to fS.O0 of
the Grand-avenue property of tha late
)L IX. Winters, called attention yeater
eay to tae fact tuat aa error waa made
In the printed account of the con ten ts
cf an affidavit Sled la tha case by ilrs.
Mra. MaxBeld's affidavit sets forth
that In the Summer of 10I. evidently
about tha time tha Purdy deed waa
Biade. aha overheard a conversation be
tween Evans and Winters In which
:vana told Winters that Purdy bad
forced a deed for hla. Winters', prop
t rty. " said Judlte CDajr. "She did not
aay that thla conversation took place
tetween Evana and Purdy.
-When thta afrldavtt waa read the
ude said that tf this deed waa not
what It purported to me. It waa some
what peculiar that if Winters waa told
that Purdy had forced a deed against
blm some two years before ba died, that
.a never took any steps to have tha
raae Investigated or to have publicity
Uvea to It In such a manner as to have
Ana fact known."
CORONER SAVES MAN'S LIFE
riackamas Official Revive Tlotlm
Stricken With Heart Fnilare.
OREGON CTTT. Or. Pept. J- (Spe
cial. Coroner Wilson waa congratu
lated by many of bla friends today for
fell la front of tha formers place of
Mr. Wilson lost no Urns In roln to
hs stricken man's aid, and. after rub
bin blm vlroronslr. the victim re
vived. He refueed to lvs bis name,
nut promised Mr. Wilson that be would
ronsult a physician at once. Ha said
Ve suffered from heart disease.
ACCUSED MAIM ILL SOUTH
XVpnty Ptstrtrf, Attorney Declares
Koather Is Too Rick for Trial.
That W. G- foutber. indicted by tha
jiprti grand )irr tor arabeaalsmsat en
tompla.ai of Mrs. Carrta Dun la a. rel
ative, ts stlH serlooalT til with tuber
culosis la California, and that to brine
him here as a prtsonsr might cost bis
Ufa. la the assertion of Deputy District
Attorney Colilsr. In answer to tha com
plaints made to Governor Weat by lira.
Dunlap aileclna Inactivity on tha part
of the District Attorney's office. Col
lier also aaa It Is doubtful If tha of
fice Is not being used as a collection
a-ency In thla case. ,
-Mr. Souther Is seriously 111." aald
Jamea Conlay, hla attorney, "and should
not be taken away from tha sunshine
of California. He haa telegraphed me
that ha will ba here next week, and I
believe that ba will. 1 shall try to
have bla bond ready when ha arrives.
I do not believe that he U cullty of
embexxlement. Mrs. Dunlap. I under
stand, asked blm to Invest her money.
and waa not satisfied with securities
bearing low ratea of Interest. Hs
bought ber soma land In Klickitat
County. Washington, and Inveated tha
balance In an enterprise be was pro
moting In Klamath County.
-He promised Mrs. Dunlap one-third
of tha profile If tha Klamath deal went
through, and bad It been successful shs
would have made from 130.000 to t-40.-S09.
mad I know thst hs had good rea
son to believe that It would be success
ful. He sank nearly 1:0.000 of bis own
money la It- There le still a slight
ehuu of success. Mra. Dunlap waa
warned by Mr. Mouther that tha Klarn-
aia bvu w
390 TEACHERS GATHER
LA-NK PEDAGOGUES HEAR AD-
DRESS BY ACKERMAX.
Spenker Peplorea Fact That
etmrtors Not Included In Re
ception to Taft.
EUGENE. Or, Sept. . (Special.)
The Lane County Teachers' Institute
opened yesterday for a three days
session with an enrollment of mora
than ISO teachers. This Is an Increase
In attendance of almoat 100 over last
year, tha enrollment then being 29.
The principal apeaker at yeaterday"
aaaalon waa President Acker-man. oi
the Monmouth Normal School. Mr,
Ackerman'a address concerned largely
the status of the. teacher. Ha deplore 1
tha fact that the profeaslon of teach
tna; la held In relatively light regard
at tha present time, clung aa a proof
the fact that no teachers are mentioned
In the Portland d roar am me for the re
caption of President Taft. This la
largely due. ba aald. to tha fact that
teaching la not a profeaslon in tna
same aanse aa law and medicine, and
also to tha faet that moat teachera
are neither aelf assertive nor good per
He thought that the standardisation
law. passed by the last Legislature,
which permits those who obtain
standard certificate to teach for Ufa
wlthont further examination, would do
much to dignify the profeaslon of
teaching. He praised also the supervi
sory law enacted last year, and said
that In hla opinion ona further law
waa nsaded to compel tha erection oi
proper achoolhouses, and tha main
tenance of them and the schoolgrounds
In proper condition.
Tha feature of todays programme
will be the address by U R. Alderman.
State Superintendent of Publlo In
struction. The programme for today la:
s ee ODentna.
t 11 Addreee. -Reeding." M'ss Montaaa
Haeimr. f tb t'nlvervitr of Oreson.
II. IS lal CM ana vare oi uvnnw
fleJea T. Keaaeoy: tbl "Whtoperms." H.
K lnk: lo) "How to Begia Numbers,
I -The care aad Handing at tuau
Helen T. Kennedy.
1 so a npex-lal Methods of Inetnaetloo,"
Montana llasuos. "qualifications of a
Teaaer." tl C Stockton, euperlntendeat of
fcusene gertoele: e "Claaslca for Children.
kimim T. Kennedy.
I -The New Coarse of Btuay. X n
Ik kframff programme, tacladlng ad
sae er L. R. Alderman, btata Supeeinten-
deal af Psbllo I nat ruction.
HUES C0L0R DANCERS
Party at Baker Theater la Bathed In
After discontinuing stags parties
and dances for mora than three years
tha Theatrical Mechanical Association
last night revived the old custom with
blrgsr. better and more attractive
party and danoe thsa It had evsr given.
Tha starts of tha Baker Theater waa
cleared, the floor prepared and the most
elaborate arrangement of electrical er
fecta even seen la Portland theater
completed the arrangements. Ths paxty
waa Invitational and memoera or tna
association, their wives, swsethsarta,
friends, aotora appearing In tha city
this week and the managers and staffs
of all tha local play bouses were
A special circular vona aet rormea
background for tha stare and waa
festooned with colored lights. Foot-
Igbts and borders ward also arranged
In harmony with tha set decoration.
Tha striking beauty of the arrangement
waa produced by constantly switching
the lights from one color to another,
while a spotlight, in the same color,
biased from ths balcony, wreathing
the dancera In all tha hues and colors
of tha rainbow. At 10:10 the dance
waa stopped to prepare for aupper.
While tha spresd waa being fixed np
performers from the various theaters
entertained the merrymakers.
After supper came the most beautiful
of all tha electrical displays, arranged
or the four last dances. The "Falling
Rosea' dance was Illuminated by a
film over the spot light, making ths
dancers appear to be literally deluged
wtth a shawer of roses, and the "Silver
Cloud dance ssemed to waft them off
In fleecy cumuli through the air.
Y. W. C. A. GREETS GIRLS
High School rnplls Day's Guests.
Lnnclieon Is Served
High school rtrla called yesterday
afternoon at the Young Women's Chris
tian Association to meat Miss Llna
Balls Jamea, tha new general secre-
try. and two new Instructors. Misses
axon La Mont and Msrjorle Lewis.
An Informal talk by Miss James waa
followed by queries regarding the as
sociation work, and the young women
endeared themselves to Miss Jsmaa by
their many and varied remarka and
ueatlona as to tha foundation of the
Aa the general Invitation failed to
reach many of tha high achool girls,
they will be guests again thla evening
with the bualnees girls, who have been
asked to attend the sociable after work
a their every-day dresses, aa tha even
ing will be marked for Ita Informality.
Assisting Mra. F. N. Clarke In the
talng-room yesterday were Miss Lu
cille Bronaugh, who wore blue dotted
foulard witn trimmings of wblts lacs
and black velvet ribbon: Miss Prances
Brady, who waa attired In white lin
gerie with rrkrnlturee of Irish crochet.
nd Mlaa Mary Campbell, whoae gown
is cream challle with blue trimming.
Mra. Clarke wore white lingerie and
Mies Jamea was gownsd In yellow silk
wltn trimmings of black aiik bands.
Caller at Eilers Music House Gets
Better Impression of Piano Trade
FEARED THAT BECAUSE OF FRANTIC ADVER
TISING THE TRADE HAD DEGENER
ATED INTO JUNK-SELLING.
Found Several $1000 and Numerous $800 and $600 Pianos
Sold at Eilers Music House and Is Proud to Be a
"The frantic dyertlsin that seemi to be indulged in by concerns who
axe to all appearances desperately, though heroically, endeavoring to compete
with Eilers Music House almost gave us the impression that the piano trade
)f Portland had degenerated into the sale of so much junk." said a caller
yesterday at Eilers Music House. "My wife investigated every one of the
so-called bargain advertisements offered recently in the papers," hs contin
ued, "but she simply went home in disgust.
"Then our friend told us that we were making a mistake. That we ought
to have gone in the first place to the new location of Eilers Music House, at
Seventh and Alder streets, which somehow we had overlooked. Thus we
determired to call upon the old stand-by home dealers, and we were cer
tainly delighted with the magnificent instruments and the tremendous as
sortment, and also the astonishingly low prices upon same, that were to be
found in the beautiful new establishment that yon now occupy."
It is needless to. state that this gentleman bought a piano, bought a fine
piano a $575 Sohmer an instrument that will be a source of Joy and satis
faction to his family for generations to come.
But when he talked about the piano trade degenerating into a junk busi
ness, we showed him a beautiful mottled mahogany $1000 Lester Player Piano
that Mr. Thomas A. Duff bought, although Mr. Duff didn't have to pay quite
that amount of money for this piano, since Eilers Music House is no longer
ruled, or "injunctioned" by the Player Piano combine.
We showed the gentleman a magnificent mottled mahogany genuine $850
Jhickering Upright, of largest size, which was selected by Mr. J. 0. Prehan
just a few moments before. This Chickering has won much admiration in the
Alder-street show window of late.
We showed him also an elegant Hallet & Davis Player Piano In a burl
walnut case, which waa selected by Mr. A. H. Hoeff.
These are only a few of the costly Instruments that we showed him which
had been sold during the day, and when we showed him where each day we
were selling that many and more of the Nation's choicest instruments Kim
balls, and Sohmers, and Chlckerings, and Autopianos he was not only de
lighted, but took new faith, so to say, in the community in which he lives,
and could not help but rejoice In the prosperity of the people who are thus
giving substantial evidence of the unbounded prosperity that Portlanders
FOURTEEN OT THEM FOR RENT
As advertised yesterday, the remaining 14 of the 63 new pianos in the
little sale just closed will be rented.
rhere are three to be had at $3 monthly rent.
There are four that will cost Tit month rent.
Two win cost $4.50 a month rent.
And the remainder will be rented for $5 a month.
Parties agreeing to keep these pianos longer than six months will have no
cartage to pay, either for delivery or for return of them. Telephone or call at
Eilers Music House, now at Seventh and Alder.
IN THE MEANTIME, piano-eelling supplying good, honest, dependable
pianos for less money than can any other dealer, or branch house, or agency
goes merrily on.
The frantic endeavor of tacky branch concerns to compete with an insti
tution like Eilers Music House has developed into desperate appearing adver
tising, but this does not mean, by any means, that the piano business now
adays has "deteriorated into nothing more or less than the sale of so much
Bear in mind that fine pianos at reasonable nrices. inclndinr the world's
best the Chickering. and the wonderful new Autopiano, as well as the Soh
mer, the Hazelton. the Kimball grands and uprights, altogether 40 different
nakes are fbr sale at Eilers Music House at prices so low and on terms so
reasonable tnat no borne nowadays need be without a piano.
Eilers Music House.
Now the Nation's largest dealers.
Portland headquarters for Talking Machines.
All the makes and all the records all the time.
On Alder street at Seventh.
GRANGE FIGHTS SESSION
MTLTXOMAII OOL.VI 1 BODY DE
NOUNCES WEST'S PLAN'.
ReeoIaUon Adopted C rein a 1140
Members to Oppose Good Road
. Step Pnbllo Market W anted.
GRESHAM. Or, Bpt . (Special)
Multnomah County Pomona Orange
gave tha proposed special aeaslon of
tha Legislature a bard knock yeater
day at the eesslon held wtth Colum
bia Orange at Corbett. Tha following
resolution was Introduced by R- M.
Gill. Pomona master, and was unani
"Wbereae. aa publicity haa been
giren a morement for the calling of
apeclal session of ths Legislature
consider road leglalatlon. and
"Whereaa. euch a session would en-
tall a great expense upon the state and
would likely furnish no great relief
to tha agricultural ciaases In the kind
of roads they desire that la, good
roads to tha nearest market. There
fore, be It
'Resolved, thst Multnomah county
Orange, composed of the ten granges
of Multnomah County, with 114 mem
bers. Is strongly opposed to any call
for an extra eesslon of tha Legisla
The Grange Indorsed the proposed
public market In the City of Portland
In the following resolutions:
-Bo t resolved by ths Multnomah
County Tomona Orange that wa are
heartily In favor of the proposed pub
llo market now under contemplation
In the City of Portland, and aa pro
ducers ournelves we nrga all farmers,
both In and out of the Orange, to give
this movement their encouragement;
and In rase of the successful culmina
tion of this project we pledge ourselves
to do our utmost to make tha market
a eueceas by patronising It with our
produce. Be It further
"Resolved, that a committee of one
from each grange of tha county, with
the Master of Pomona aa chairman,
represent the Orange and meet with
the East Side Business Men's Club or
such committee as they may bring to
gether." The session yesterdsy was largely
attended by members of the order from
all over tha county. On Invitation from
Rock wood Oranga tha Masters' and
Lecturers' Association will meet In
Rockwood Orange hall on tha third
Saturday in November.
At the evening session 14 candidates
were Invested with the fifth degree.
A musical and literary entertainment
LOTTERY PLAN REVEALED
Operations of California Company
to Be Prohibited Here.
Under thin disguise an attempt baa
been made to open a full-fledged lottery
In thla olty. alleges Teputy District At
torney Ftugsrald. who ran upon tha
fact In hla Investigation of tha proposed
operations of ths International Real Ea.
tate Commercial Company, of Cali
fornia. Literature of the company. It
la said, tails of occasional drawlnga. In
which a I5-cert scrip msy bring ths
lucky holder tTSOO.
Kltxgerald first came In touch with
the enterprise through an Interview
with the local agent, who did not give
his name. He sought the proaecutor to
give him favorable explanation of the
eompany'a operations and obtain sanc
tion of the law.
Tha company sella scrip In sums of
tS cents. These when they accumulate
to the amount of $10 are exchangeable
for certificates of the Issuing company,
and when S100 worth Is bought It may
be converted Into municipal or railroad
bonds. Tha prosecutor, upon tha pro
moter's own statement, denounced the
plan as a revival of tha old tontine, re
lying for lta profit on the probability
that many Inveatora would drop out
before they reached a point where their
script could be exchanged for some
thing of real value He was not at
that time able to point to any law for
bidding auoh a plan, but warned hla
An account of tha affair In The Ore
gonlan was noted by one who had Been
literature of the company. Therein was
tha statement that from tlma to time
ona of tha certificates would ba "re
tired." and might net Ita holder thour
aanda of dollars.
On this nsw Information, tha District
Attorney has announced that under no
circumstances will ha allow tha oom
pany to operate hero, as be saya it la
but a disguised lottery.
SHIPPERS ASK $67. REFUND
Portland Firm Accuses North Bank
Road of Overcharge.
OREGON! AN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. Sept, 2S. Complaint waa filed
CLEARS THE SKIN
Heals Aearaatlne7 Affeetloaa, Cansins
Them to Disappear.
To quickly dear the complexion, drive
away pimples and blemishes and Impart
a healthy akin tone. Poslam. the per
fect skin remedy. Is unequaled. Be
sides Its employment for tha quick curs
of ecxema, acne and virulent diseases.
Ita usefulness extends to every condi
tion where the skin Is diseased,
abralsed or irritated.
Poslam ta popular among the theat
rical profession for protecting tha akin
from the use or cosmetics; It Is used
for Its soothing, antiseptic properties
after shaving, preventing infection,
barbers' Itch. etc. It dissolves dan
druff, cures scaly ecalp. takea away
soreness from burns, scalds, etinga,
tired. Itching feet, etc Poslam con
tains no poisonous Ingredients.
Poslsm is sold for 60 cents by the
Owl Irug Co. and all druggists. For a
free sample write to the Emergency
Laboratories, 82 West !5th street. New
Poslam Soap, medicated with Poslam,
Is the best soap for your skin. Antisep
tic: delightful. Large cake, 25 cents,
restoring to consciousness a mu who
7th and Taylor
Phonee Mala 1. A USX.
Tonight 8:1S Special Price
Tomorrow Night . Mat. Tomorrow
THE COMEDY HIT
JBvenlnss Lovar floor, sl.50. $1. Balcony.
1. 7c 60c Gallry. 35c. lie.
Tomorrow Matinee 41. T5c. 50c. 3o. 25c
BEAT SALE OPENS TODAY
4 NIGHTS, resinning SCXDAT
Special Price Matinee Wednesday.
X. H. Woods offers ths comedy auccess
"THE GIRL IN THE TAXI"
Evenings: Lower floor. 1.50, SI. Bal
cony. 6 rows. II; rows. 75c; 11 rows,
00a. Oaliery, reserved. 85c; sdmlMlon.
Wednesdsy Mst.. (1. 75c 50c. 35c 25c
nrf a ram
beo. L. Baker, Mgr.
Matinee for all next wse
WTT.IJAH V. MONO
and a eupurb company b
THE HOUSE NEXT IrOOB
. ....... h .ilatv Thdttflr. If. J
Evenings 15c BOc, 75c. 11.00. Matinees 160
aad tOc Wednesday bargain matinee sta
gnate now on sale.
SIATJC L A 10S9
MAixxxa Bwarr day
1 r.g avDT . . - n .. .. nf tH VTnder
world, a seneaUoa everywhere; The Mchols
Ctlsters. Char!-e and Fannie Its, Havlland
Thornton. The Four Floods, Mason Muz-
ray. Orcneetra. nctnres.
WEEK SEPT. 80 Special Engagement, Ed
win de Corala Co., to "Red Ike." Vaude
ville's ftreat-t Dramatic Production; Dork
la. 4g . , III nxn anc. . wmm-
.0 ' i rm i c iirtmaiio j rimui i mn ;
Trio. Mile. Bernhardt and Her Marionettes,
Three Uema Hrotbers. John P. Reed. Keeler
at Don. Panlageecope, Daylight Animated
Matinee pally. 1:30. 7:80. ft.
Matin re Ett Day.
van A l'onitllna
WEEK SEPT. 23 Patty Brothers, Weston
and Lynch, Miller and Mack. Mrs. Jules lory
and Family. Rice and Cady. Ida Barr, Grana
asoope. Prices, lftc end goo. i
Car. Vaughn aad Twenty-fourth Sts.
SEPT. 3d, 2T, S8, 2ft, 80, OCT. 1.
Games Begin Week Daya 3 P. M.l Sun
day, 2l30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boye Under 11 Free to Bleachers
with the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion today by the Wylle Brothers Com
pany, of Portland, against the North
Bank and other roads, alleging over
charge on shipments of galvanised iron
flooring sent from Youngstown, 0 to
Portland last August.
Reparation amounting to 167 Is asked.
Admission . . . 10c
Box Seats . . . 25c
W ax contractor and will furnUh
let and tin anew the building of a. bom
for you on easy payments. Wa a"iva
rcferencaa and aak reference.
WYATT, KSTABROOK. ! RAT.
- Coaob bid. Phon? Wain 42 II.
GENERAL HEUETcOlOirrrKK, I. O. O
F. Special meeting today vFrldy) at 1:80
o'cloclt P. M.. Oddfellows- Temple. 14114
First St.. to conduct the funeral of Brother
Georr. C. Robertson, of Harmon LodB. .
835. lroolon. Ohio. Services at Flalejrs
chapel and Blverrlew Cemetery. All Odd-
B. F. HOLT. President
J. C. JAMESON, Secretary.
LODGE NO. 4d, A. F. AND A. M.
7:30 o clocjt. rast ein ana ouiu
slde. M. M. degree. Visitors
vilcoma By erdnr of W. M.
HABSALO LODGE. NO. IS. L O. O. F,
meots this (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock In
Oddfellows Temple, corner First and Alder
streets. Work In the third dejree. Visitors
are cordially welcomed.
FRED COZENS. 8crtary.
PORTLAND LOD-,E NO. 85. A. F. AND
A. M. Special communication this (Friaay
eTenlnr i.SO o'clock. Work In M. It. de
cree. Visitors welcome. By order W. M.
C VL. STlTAriMAX. W.
AUCTION SALE TODAY.
AT Wllaon'a auction hoa, it II A. M.
ymraltnf. lTl-a-tt Scond atreoc
- FUNERAL NOTICES.
FL1XER In this city. September JT. at tb
family residence. 679 Frederick at., Eliza
A- Bid -tire 11 Fuller, ased 71 years 5 months
18 days, beloved wife of George P. Fuller,
mother of Edward O. and David B. Ful
ler. Friends invited to attend funeral
ervlces, which will be held at Holman'i
chapel at 1 P. M. today (Friday.. Sept.
29. Interment In Greenwood Cemetery.
Buffalo. X. Y.. papers please copy.
BLOCUM In this city. Sept. 28. Alfred
fiiocum. aged ,t years, formerly of Glen
dale. Or. Funeral services will be held
at Dunning 4 McEntea's Chapel. 7th and
Aakeny sts., today (.Friday), at 7:30 P.
M., thence to crematorium. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully Invited to
BITCKLL.ET In this city. Sept. 27. at the fam
ily residence, 235 East 16th it. North. Jere
miah A. Buckley, aged 63 years 7 months
3 days. Friends Invited to attend funeral
service, which will be held at the above
residence at 3 P. M. today (Friday). Sept.
39. Interment la Rose City Cemetery.
NICHOLS The funeral services of the late.
Dr. Clarence L. Nichols will be held at
the family residence. 434 Salmon St.. at 2
P. M. today (Friday). Sept. 29. Friends
Invited. Interunent In Rivervtew Ceme
tery. Services at the grave private.
XONaElU fLOKAL CO, 1
phooeai Main &IW; A 1103.
Dnnnlxtx & McEntee. Funeral Directors,
ftb and line. 1'hone Main 4&0. Ld ma -ftlvtant.
Office of County Coroner.
A. R. ZIXLEB CO- 004 William STa
phone East 1088, C 1US3. Lauy attendAai.
fcoceesaor to ZeUer-Byrnes Co.
J. 1'. 1LNLEY SOX, 4M and Medios
Lady f.ttendant. Fhon Main 9. A lftttk).
KOVAIU UOLMAN CO.. funeral Dlrect-
rt, Z20 d stv UdTuaiHUnt. 1'Uone Al.
JLAT SIDE Funeral Directors, succeaaors
to F. B. Darin in-, inc. . 02, If ZSXo.
LFlKCH. Undertaker, cor. East Alder and
EUxtn. iba .si a isos. jAOjr i
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE CITY HALL.. Main 898. A 7S8S.
HUM AAK OFFICER, Sergeant Crata.
Bsldanoe. 24 SL 24th -N. Euf 477.
R Dunmlra. Res. 83d. Wssoo Sr.
W. O. Eaton. Res. 73 E. 70th. liut 17X3.
Horse Ambulance. A G101: Pr. Ex. A
Klfhts. Sundays ana Holidays. A SIM; Pz.
a.x. e; iruna i.
New, modern 7-room residence in
restricted district. Hardwood floors,
fireplace, furnace, nice large rooms.
Street work is all in and paid for. If
sold at once we can make very reason
A. H. BIRE.ELL CO.,
202 McKay Eldg., 3d and Stark Sts.
do Ton WANT
A FINE LITTLE
Jut R mllen frnm the nrnRnpmnii lit.
tl town of Tillamook, right on the
main County Road, stage passes house
twice dally; there Is just 24 acres in
this farm, 1! of which is bottom land
right on the Beaver River, fine for on
ions or celery; every foot of this land
Is tilllble; good little house and barn;
land Is selling all around this place for
$150 to $200 per acre, but my price for
the next few days Is $100 per acre, and
1 will give terms to suit buyer, ab so.
A Good Trade
Tf yon have a good vacant lot not
over JBOO In value, and wish to turn
it in on an elegant modern 7-room cot
laira. orlce S2500. beautifully situated
In an excellent neighborhood not over
three blocKs rrom station. rivs-cenv
fare, fine water, street improvements
In and all paid for. Balance on easy
terms. 8 oer cent Interest. A FHE
G. T. Parry
218 Board of Trade Bids.
Phone Main 2010
Big Farm for Sale
Annn ao.ree of srood solL 2100 acres
under cultivation. Good buildings, all
fenced, orchard, 20 gooa horses, lu neaa
of cattle, 1000 bushels of grain. 90 tons
of hay, oomplete fanning outfit. Lo
cated 7 ' miles from railroad. All for
$13 per acre, 16,000 cash, balance long
time at 6 per cent.
Whitmer-Kelly Co, 70 4th St
LADD ADDITION HOME
a a kAnsa- "ftl v-l-l fpV
A moaorn oiuum nuuoo, -r; ,
fire-place, beam ceilinr?, panel dining
room, buffet, den. sleepin roonw;
I . eo 'Uk 1JS. al aV O-TlA 11 TO
lOl DUX A O, WllH A A i- "-" - i
garage; all street mprjLements In and
paid; on i-nxon. ' .i .
ind handy to good car service, price
A n A A VialonitA TA Milt I
nnTTccf .ft ZADOW,
517 Board of Trade Bldg 4th and Oak.
e a . keeertiv timhArail land near
ReedvUle and railway, for sale.
' J. D. KEIWEDT.
S5tA I'nfon Ave. n.
Phone Woodlawn 1713.
Lease and furnishings of ths
Cer. eth and Everett St.
West Side - Easy Terras
Will consider good mortgages or
some good real estate as part payment
on fine 128.000 apartment property on
11th St.; monthly rental nearly $300.
A. E. POTJI.SEJr,
4 IS Rail may Exchange.
CO' JOHH E. C
(J b2 Spaldla
JOHH E. CRONAH, JO?
Una uldtf. u
COIXia BERRIDGE ft THOMPSON,
PCBL1C ACCOUNTAIiTS. AliDITORS.
Commercial. County and Municipal
Andltlns lnvestltln and Bytematls1n.
83 'Worcester block. Phons Main 7.
National Credit Association
, 02 Worcester Uldg.
mw, modern homes, slso Tmcant lots. In
Irrlnston. pnones: i- iwi,
Lovely 8-room bungalow tcith verj
large living-room and dining-room,
cobblestone fireplace, modern water
system, fine plumbing. Half acre
grapes, acre in clover; large garden,
with barn, chicken-houses, etc. Sur
rounding the house, a half acre of
lawn, 'a dozen large oak trees, 100
choice roses, beautiful assortment of
shrubbery. 30 minutes' ride, good cai
service. An ideal country home at a
reasonable price. Terms to suit pur
chaser. A. H. BIE.RELL CO,
202 McKay Eldg, Sd and Stark Sts.
If Yon Are Thinking of Buying,
Building or Selling a Home,
We should be pleased to have yon
give vs a call, and we are sure It will
be to your advantage to do so.
We have Just completed sdme flna
homes In one of the most popular dis
tricts In Portland. Our terms are made
to suit our customers.
Call and See Us for Farther
OREGON HOEBtIlDrQ A CON
SIS Chamber of Commerce.
A full lot, 50x100, 100 feet
from Washington, east of
13th; best buy in Portland.
,3 232 Chamber of Commerce. CL
40,000 6q. feet warehouse space on
terminal switch, including heat, light,
elevator, low insurance, sprinkler sys
tem, for term of years; five minutes'
walk from center of city.
wakefieldTfries 8 CO.
&5th Fourth St
WANTED TO LEASE
50 TO 100 ACRES
By a private organization, a long lease
on a level, rolling piece of property, of
the above size. Need not be first-class
agricultural land, but should support
a fair sod. Not too far out and on
frequent car service. Write to address
below, giving location and terms, to
R 459, Oregonlan.
Mortgage Loans 5fr
For the Larger Amount
, EDWARD B. GOCDBT. ,
REAL BSTATE DEALERS.
Beck. William Q., 315-318 FaUlns bids.
BRUBAXEB BENEDICT, riOi McKay
bl. M. B49.
Chapin a Herlow, X2 Chamber Commaroe.
Cook. B. 8. & Co., 60S Corbett bids;.
Jennlnes Co. Main 18S. J0 Oresonlaa.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P., til Commer
cial Club bids.
The Ore-on Real Estate Co., Or and ave. and
Multnomah st. (Holladay Addition).
For Sale Lots.
$S00 BELOW MARKET.
Fine 50x100 lot, on E. Yamhill, between
28th and 29th; fine residence district!
worth J2500; must be sold quick; price
$2200; $700 cash, balance 6 per cent.
81T Board of Trade Bldg- th and Oak Bts.
S1U JJUWPI. 1 " ten
pino view lot, matured fruit trees, re
stricted district, near car. cement walks.
Bull Run water. Irnit cared lor free of
charge. 202 Board of Trade bids. Mar
shall 473. A 1022.
8 FINE, SIGHTLY LOTS IN IRVINGTON.
11320 Broadway, near 29th.
K0 14th, near Thompson.
i;00 12th, near Knott.
THE BEST BARGAINS IN PORTLAND.
CELLARS-MURTON CO., S25 Yeon Bldg.
LOT on, 47th street In Hawthorne Avenue
district; 2 blocks from car; all improvements-
f(75; about $400 cash, rest f 10 per
montn. W. 1 wnusr,
lotn atreeu ..ui." . ,
DON'T EXPECT TO GET, ANOTHER
OFFER LIKE THIS.
Lot In Isulllvans Gulch, on railroad,
warehouse property, close-In, contains
about 7O00 square feet, for $2000; on
eaay terms. H 450. Oregonlan.
4 LOTS 4.
Corner on Portland Boulevard, near,
carline; some Improvements; $1700; reas
P. B. LENT, 417 Corbett Bldg.
MAI?f 855L BROOKE. A S88g.
ROSE CITY PARK SNAP.
$300 LOT FOR $000 CASH,
OR $950. TERMS JloO CASH.
AP 470. OREGONIAN.
SNAP Owner must sell this week one or
two line . i diuo icuiuini
district; worth $0C0 each; will take JoOO,
part cagn. 4-ta, n-suumo.
WILL dispose of my equity In choicest
count. A wregonian.
SEE Le Nolr & Co. for West Side realty;
exclusive dealers In West Side property.
Ground noor mmmci. ui bummeree.
, CAr-xl locurei iiiii iui, vv esuaoreiaoa;
map. owner. Howard, 603 Swetland tldg.
HAVE an equity worth $2220; will take
$i00 casli. Call 41 Grand or E. 1000.
I.L. sa-crifice lot. Rose City car line;
i.v-- .-c Vi -Phr.it o "TarshR!l HOT.
$3-j EQT'ITY in unrestricted lot la Kenton
FRACTIONAL, lot, Eaat &th and Lincoln;
siacu. uwner, iivwur