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THE MORNING OREGOSIAK, THURSD AY, DECEMBER 18, 191- '
, I I new TODAY ' I REAL ESTATE. ' j ; REAL ESTATE.
. l AMUSEMENTS. DIED. XKW TODAY. HaMet, For MM Ackm.
House of Welcome Portland, Or.
Our 14-passenger electric 'bus meets all trains. A
high-class, modern hotel in the heart of the theater
and shopping district. One block from any carline.
$1 per day and up. European plan.
HOTEL CORSELIVS CO, Proprietors.
J, W. Blain. Pres. Fielder Jones. Vlce-Prea,
"BEST IN THE WEST."
An hostelry of I n d e s crlbable
charm, unequalled In point ot
service, c o m f o r t 'and appoint,
ments. Situated in the very
heart of things. European plan.
WRIGHT - DICKINSON HOTEL
STARK STREET. AT ELEVENTH. PORTLAND, OR.
Conducted on the American and European plans for those who desire
the best at a legitimate tariff. Attractive rates for permanenta fur
nished upon request. Unexcelled cuisine.
WRIGHT DICKINSON, Managers.
Southerner Denounces Law
Permitting Blacks to Have
MEASURE NOT VOTED UPON
Georgian Deplores Procedure Which
Allows "Brown-Hued, Thick
Lipped, Blnck-Sklnned, Brutnl
Ilearted African" License.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1L.A denun
ciation of the legal procedure under
which be termed a "brown hued. black
skinned, thick lipped, brutal hearted
African can walk into an office of the
law and demand altf edict guaranteeing
him legal wedlock to a white woman,"
was one of many sensational features
of a speech in the House today by
Representative Rodde'nbury, of Georgia,
in favor of a resolution he had intro
duced to prohibit intermarriage of
whites and negroes.
The measure, a direct result of the
recent marriage of Jack Johnson, the
negro pugilist, with a white girl, did
not get to a vote, but it enlivened a
dull day's proceeding and incidentally
aided in a filibuster of Representative
Goldfogle of New York that sent the
Burnett illiteracy test immigration bill
' over until January.
Mr. Roddenbury prophesied that the
legal sanction of mixed marriages
ultimately might bring this country to
a conflict. In Chicago, he said, not
only is the white slave traffic carried
on, "but the white girls of this coun
try are made the slaves of an African
brute, sanctioned by the laws of the
state and solemnized by a form of the
LAWYERS QUIT JOHXSOX'S CASE
Xegro's Marriage With White Girl
Causes Break With Attorneys.
CHICAGO. Dec. 11. Jack Johnson's
attorneys. W. G. Anderson and B. H.
Wright, both negroes, asked the United
States District Court today that their
names be . stricken from he records as
counsel for the fighter. The lawyers
said that Johnson's recent marriage to
Lucille Cameron, a white girl, was dis
approved by them to an extent that
they do not care any longer to be
associated with htm.
Wright and Anderson represented
Johnson in the white slave cases yet
to be heard.
Johnson appeared in the Municipal
Court today to answer to a charge of
assault and battery brought by a news
paper photographer, whom Johnson is
alleged to have struck witn a cane
when the photographer tried to take
a picture when Johnson was locked in
the Countv Jail.
Testimony that Johnson had struck
with his cane and Injured the photog
rapher was given and Johnson has just
taken the stand in his own defense
when court adjourned until tomorrow.
The negro pugilist was in a bad tem
per and several times had to be ordered
to be silent when he engaged in per
sonalities with the plaintiff's attorneys.
.JoFOowow: llklgqal I yTTtTF'nMT.'-R At Wail hop Idaho. Doc. W I I
1 Needier the Excellence
of lty Guisine. European plcn)
New Perkins Hotel
In the Heart of the City
NOTE OUR RATES
Eoom with Bath Privilege ..$1.00 UP
Two Persons $1.50 UP
Room with Private Bath $1.50 UP
Two Persons $2.50 UP
I a. SWKTLAJD, MGR.
(Permanent Rates on Application)
100 rooms. 11.00 per day
100 rooms. $1.60 per day
200 rooms (with t-ath)..$2.00 per day
100 rooms wlth bath)..$2.50 per day
Add $1.00 per day to above prices
when two occupy one room.
VEB.Y ATTRACTIVE PRICES
FOR PERMANENT GUESTS
H. C. BOWERS, Manager.
GAINER THIGPEX, Aaaf Msrr.
IN THE SHADOW OF THE
Located in the center of the
financial and business districts.
Modern in every particular.
Magnificently furnl shed.
WRIGHT A DICKINSON HOTEL
When he took the stand he sat for
some time with folded arms to master
his anger before he began his testi
mony. GREEK STEAMER IS LOST
Pieces of Wreckage Washed Ashore
Tell of Sea Tragedy.
LONDON, Dec. 11. -The Greek steam
er Antonios, from the Hungarian sea
port of Fiume has been lost with all
hands, it. is feared, off the Scilly Isles.
Quantities of wreckage marked Greta
Holme, the former name of the An
tonios, have been washed ashore.
According to the latest advices the
Antonios left Algiers December 2,
bound for Liverpool.
Traveling Man's Sanity Questioned.
Suffering from a delusion that he is
being pursued by police officers for
an unspeakable crime, W. G. Barr. a
traveling man from Seattle, was taken
NORTH PORTLAND COMMER
CIAL (LI B ELECTS NEW
S. L. Woodward.
S. L. Woodward, elected presi
dent of the North Portland Com
mercial Club Tuesday night, for
merly was a member of the City
Council. He is president of the
Kenton Improvement Associa
tion, and led the recent fight for
improvement of the streets of
Kenton with Westrumtte pave
ment. He refused to be a can
didate for the office against J.
H. Nolta, and only accepted It
when Mr. Nolta refused re-election.
Mr. Woodward says he will
carry out the general purposes
of the dull to promote the erec
tion of the interstate bridge
across the Columbia River,
dredging of Columbia Slough and
the development of the Penin
sula. Mr. Nolta having been
elected Representative to the
Legislature said he desired to
be relieved ot local matters as
far as possible, but will continue
an active member of the club.
The club has 151 members. On
completion of the North Portland
Library its permanent quarters
probably will be made in that
in custody at a prominent hotel yes
terday morning and was turned over
to the County Court for examination
as to his sanity.
Tungsten lamp filaments will last longer
if a weak current oe Kept running tnrougn
them, enough to keep them at a dull rod.
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rXClJlVa ,TH ft TAYLOR
Phones Main 1 and A 1122
REOI STX) a w a a m
Special Price Matinee Saturday.
VALE SKA f
In the melody
Masterplc. i --'---.-
THE KISS V-
Evenings: Lower Floor 12.00. $1.50.; bal
cony $1.50. $1.00, 75c, 50c: gallery 60c
Special Price Matinee Saturday: Lower
Floor $1.50, $1.00; balcony $1-00, 75c 50c;
sallery 3oc 25c.
Main . A 5.160
e- t n.k.r Mr,
Tonight, all week, matinee Wed. and Sat.,
the popular Baker Players in
A thrilling play of criminal lite, by Paul
Armstrong. Fascinating, absorbing. dra
matic Rich In comedy.
Evenings 25c 85c. 50c All Matinees, 25c.
Next week: "The Commanding Offk-er."
Matinee Dally. Main 6, A 1020.
At Bungalow Theater, 12th and Morrison.
Matinees, 25c, 50c. Nights, 25c, 50c, 75c
England's musical comedy stars.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 6
WEEK DECEMBER 9 "The Two Thieves.
Muriel Ardmore, Le Clair and Sampson,
Fields Brothers, Gvts and Piatt, Mi Mr
ffaret Bird Co., Fautajeescope. Popular
prices. Boxes and first row balcony reserved.
Box office open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Phones, A 2230. Main 4636. CurtUu 2:30,
7:15 and 0.
. G 1 till va ts M- i-nnalrllnjt t" I!
t-r . M nee
Home or lunnea vhbwyuid
LOTTIK WILUAMS CO.,
In Edmund Dsy's Playlet of New York's
East Side Life,
"ON e-rONY 3 ROUND.'
6 OTHER FEATLBES 5
Matinees, any seat. 10c. Nights. lOe, 200.
- Keating & Flood Company presents
WEEK DECEMBER 9 "The Follies of
Parts,' direction of the author, Chas. Alphin.
Two performances nightly, 7:30 and 8:10
15c, 25c. Matinee daily. 2:30 Any seat loo.
Friday night. Chorns Girls Contest.
The Curtis Picture -Opera
Under Auspices of the ,
Visiting Nurse Association
Matinee and Night
Friday, December 13.
Tickets are on sale at Baker The
ater box office. . Good seats to be
had at $1.00.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. 11. Maximum tem
perature. 42 degrees; minimum, 38 degrees.
Klver reading at s a. a., b.o foot- -rotai
rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), O.04 inches;
total rainfall since September 1. 1012, 10.00
Inches; normal rainfall since September 1,
14.63 Inches; deficiency of rainfall since Kep-
cmver 1, i'i, 1111.111-0. ruasiuie euiiaiim
8 hours, 43 minutes. Barometer (reduced
to sea level) at o r. M., uo.3 lncnes.
OO! 4 W
20 1 0
OO 20' W
001 8 NW
..261 4 N
Kansas City . . . .
Los Angeles ....
001 6 SW Cloudy
North Yakima , .
Tatoosh Island .
00 12 NW
(Mil 4 SE
06 10 S
Walla Walla ...
Winnipeg . . . ,
A moderate depression overlies Alberta,
and moderately low pressure obtains also
over the Northeastern states. A large, high
pressure area, central over the Plains states,
overlies the United States west of the Mis
sissippi River. Precipitation has occurred in
the Pacific Northwest, the northern Rocky
Mountain States, South Dakota, Gulf states,
lower Mississippi Valley, Tennessee, the cen
tral portion of the Atlantic Coast states.
Lake region and St. Lawrence Valley. High
winds have occurred over Lake Superior. In
most states east of the Rocky Mountains
the weatber Is colder, it being 20 degrees
or more colder In portions of the Lake re
gion. In general temperatures in the In
terior of the country are considerably below
The . Indications are for occasional rain
Thursday in Western Oregon and Western
Washington, and for generally fair weather
east of the Cascade Mountains. No marked
temperature changes ara expected, and
southeasterly winds will obtain.
Portland and vicinity Thursday, occasion
al rain- southwesterly winds.
Oregon and Washington Thursday, fair
east: occasional rain wwi portion; not mucn
'change in temperature; winds mostly south
easterly Idaho Thursday, generally fair, with only
slight Changs in temperature.
THEODORE F. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster.
avA OREGON COMMANDERY.
A a 7 K. T. Kegular conclave this
(CS3. (Thursday) evening, at 7:30
St u w o'clock. Annual meetlns:. Elec
tion of officers.
C. F. WIEGANH Recorder. .
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 114.
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Thursday) even
lng at S o'clock. Masonic Tern
pie. Labor in the E. A. degree.
Visiting brethren welcome. B;
order w. M.
FRED L. OLSON, Secretary.
W. O. W. All members of Prospect Camo
No. 14C are requested to attend the funeral
of our late neighbor, Willis Penson. at Fin
lev & Son'a Chanel. Fifth and Montgomery
streets, at 1:30 P. M- Thursday, December
FRANK MARSH, C. C.
GEO. W. TABLED, Clerk.
PREEDMER-rAt Wallace, Idaho. Dec. 10
Clara Maude Freedmer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles R. Freedmer. age 24
years IS days. Funeral at Portland. No
tico later. .
UPSON At Marshalltovrn, la., Dec 9. Mrs.
J. A. I'pson, mother of A. L. Upson, of
ABBOTT In this city, Dec. 10. at his late
residence, 17: East llth St., William w.
Abbott, aged 57 years 3 months and 23
days. Biother ot Hanson, Robert and
John Abbott. Mrs. Mary A. Marks, Uri
Cynthia Mack and Sarah P. Mack, and
uncle of Dr. T. 1. Marks, of Kenton. -The
funeral services will be held at the chapei
ot F. S. Dunning. Inc., East Side funeral
directors. 414 East Alder St.. at 3 P. M.
" todav (Thursday). Dec. 12. Friends in
vited. Interment Mt Scott Park Cem.
BARBER In this city. Nancy Barber,
daughter of L. J. Barber, of 775 Green
way ave., Dec. 11, aged 2 years 8 months
4 days. Funeral service will be held at
the new parlors of J. P. Flnley A Pon,
Montgomery and oth sts., today (Thurs
day), Dec. 12. at 11 o'clock A. M. Serv
ices strictly private. Interment River
STOW ELL In this city. Dec 11. Estella H.
Stowel, aged 58 years 2 months and 4
davs. The funeral services will be held
today (Thursday). Dec 12, at 3 o'clock
P M. at the new chapel ot J. P. Flnley &
Son. Montgomery and uth sts. Friends
SILVERS Dec. 10, John R. Silvers, aged I 63
years, father of George and William Sil
vers. Funeral will be held at Dunning &
McEntee's chape!. Friday. Dec. 1:1. at 1
P. M. Friends respectfully invited. In
terment Mt- Calvary cemetery.
PKNSOxT Tho fun;ral services of the late
Willis H. Peneon will be held today
(Thursday), Dec. 12, at 1:30 o'clock P. M..
at the new chapel of J. P. Flnley & Son,
Montgomery and 5th sts. Friends Inylted.
Intuient Mt. Scott Park Cemetery-!
MOULTS At Eugene. Or., Dec. 11, Frank J.
Moule. Funeral services will be at Hol
man's Mncroi parlors at 10 A. M. tomor
row (Frmay). iwc jo.
vie jr Cemetery.
MR. EDWARD HOLM AN. the leading
funeral director, 220 Third, street, corner
Salmon. Lady assistant- A loll. Main 607.
J. P. FIN LEY ft SON,
Montgomery, at Fifth St.
. e orvvli: IVf!
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder St. East 52, B 2525.
MEMORIALS Portland Marble Works,
164 4tU. oplolte City 11a U. Eatab. 1885.
MONUMENTS Otto Schumann Marble
Works, East 3d and Pins Sts. East 743j
DUNNING A M'ENTEE, funeral directors.
7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady at
iendant. Olflce of County Coroner.
A R. ZELLEB CO., 592-4 Williams ave.
Phone East 1038, C 1088. Lady attendant.
LERCII. undertaker, cor. East Alder and
Sixth. East 781, 11 1888. Lady attendant.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. Main 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE NO, 320 UNION AVENUE, toa.
NER MARKET STREET.
Phone East 1423. B 2515.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Prices
reasonable. Report all cases of cruelty
lo tlv office op-n day and nly ot.
Money to loan on good im
proved city real estate, in
cluding residence, business
and apartment-house prop
erty, in amounts ranging
from $1000 to $500,000, and
up to 50 per cent of a con
servative valuation. Spe
cial terms arranged where
loan desired is much less
than half, the value of the
property. Money furnished
w i t h o n t any unnecessary
loss of time, and at lowest
prevailing rates of interest.
Wilfred Shore s Co.
Lewis Bldg., 4th and Oak Sts.
Edward E. Goudey
Lewd Ball din
C per cent on best business propertlMk
6 per cent and 7 per cent on other olose
Ic business and residence seourttist
REAL ESTATE AND MORT. LOANS.
212-13 Cbamber oi commerce mas.
On city and farm property.
Any amount at current ratea
Northwestern First Mortgage Trail
402 Wilcox Bldg.. Portland. Or.
Loans on City Realty and Farms
Slow TO lou,uou
to 8 per cent.
MALL VON BORSTEL,
104 Second St., Near Stark.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any amount at current rates
JOHN E. CR0NAN
902 Spaldlnar Bids;. Portland, Or.
CITY & FARM LOANS
$1000 and up at current rates.
C M. ZADOW
40S Corbett Bids. A 1410, Marshall 93
FARM LOANS ONLY
THE DEVEREAUX MOBIGIGE COMPANY
10O9 BpalOlog omioms. rurmuu, ortsnn.
ALMONDS pay S150 to 300 NET per
acre, according to age. Commence bearing
the 4th year. Do you want 20 acres, 5
years old, for $150 per acre, on easy
terms T Write AO 627, Oregonlan.
YOUR MONEY placed without charge on
rtrat mortgages approveo oy you.
SEE JOS. BAIMGARTNER,
rntpiv.m kiv mti;. It TRUST CO.
THIRD I LOOK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS
COLLIS. BERRIDGB THOMPSON.
24 Worcester Block. Psoas atalB 5y.
"West Side business corner,
good income. Sacrifice for
J. H. TIPTON
Phone East 1628
First Mortgages on Farm Property.
Mortgage Company fcrAmerica
Head Office. The Hague. Netherlands.
AInsworth Building, Portland.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BRCBAKER & BENEDICT. 503 McKay
bldg. M. 549.
Beck. William O.. 315-816 Falling bldg.
Chapln A. Herlow, 333 Chamber of Commerce.
Jennings & Co., Main 188. zos uregonisn.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H.- P 404-4-10B
The Oregon Real Estate Co.. Orand at a at
l&ultnoinan St. mouaaay aaamonj.
For salc Lots.
LOT on west end Killlngsworth
ave. Willamette boulevard now be
ing hard-surtaced and passes with
in 10O feet of this lot, also St.
Johns road being surveyed for hard
surfacing from this point direct to
new Broadway bridge along river
bank. This means hard-surface
from 7th and Washington by way
of Broadway bridge and only 12
minutes by streetcar and less by
auto and near the river, with good
view of both mountains, and for
sale at a sacrilice for cash. Call
up evenings alter 7, phone Colum
FINE LOT, 430
A gentleman who hassoId his Portland
home and left the city has authorized mo
to sell his 2 full sized lots in Rose City
Park district. Here Is a bargain and can
be had on easy terms.
MR. ROBINSON, . .
82 Fourth St. Main 8WD.
WILLAMETTE HEIGHTS SNAP.
2 lots 100x112, on bavler St., near 3Jd;
beautiful view; price a big snap, llt.ioo.
31000 cash, biance at 6 per cent; worth
SSOOO, but must be sold quick.
GRUSSI & BOLUS,
318 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
$5 down, $5 monthly, liberal cash dis
count; 35 minutes from 1st and Alder,
6i4c fare; high, level lots; near good
school, store and meat market. A. C.
Marsters, owner. 202 Wilcox bldg. Main
-,-, . n.aKn 177H
Unrestricted lot, 50x133 feet, fronting on
Linnton Road, Inside city limits. Price
31500; terms. .
H. P.. PALMER-JONES CO.
404 Wilcox bid. Phones Main 8lii), A 2653.
Cornell road, head of Overton; east
view; 100 feet front, cor. Summit Lane;
all Improvements paid. Owner. 181 Burn
side st. Phone Main 1517.
VALUABLE corner, 100x102, r.ear East 30th
, ... ej o .4 fn, ! 7im nr ex-
ana OttUUJI .......
change equity for house valued about
32200. D 1, Oregonlan.
IRVINGTON ; bargain: east facing lot, block
from car, Improvements paid, 31000. Own
er. Main cois. xjyvib pms.
FOR SALE Lot S, block 11, Woodlawn. For
terms write Mrs. Grace O'Donnell, Mini
1 cor. Russell street; Income $o0 per
month; cheap. East 273. W. H. Herdman.
i2.J0O BCYS my beautiful Alameda Park
view lot 112xl2i. corner; sacrifice price;
esy terms. N lios, uregonian.
FOR SALE Lot, 300x100, in Wellington. Ad
dress N. A. Jeacn. uaiias. nr.
EXt'EPTIONAL offer in Beaumont lot. Ad
dress owner. P. O. box 10H0. city.
50x200 for 37SO; terms.. AM 0M. Oregonlan.
r'or Male Houses.
NEW WEST SIDE HOUSE.
New, modern G-room house; gas and
electric, fine oath, cement basement, all
bullt-ln eflucts; lot 42x00; paved street
paidl on Corbett street, near Bancroft
ave.; price $3800. 3500 cash and $25 per
month ;this is a line new home and a bar
gain; owner going to California.
GRUSSI & BOLDS,
818 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
TO YOUR WIFE.
Owner will sell without payment down
on easy monthly installments his new six
room home, with furnace, sleeping-porch
and all modern conveniences, in the Irv
ington district, two blocks from one car,
live from another. An unusual opportun
ity. No agents. T 601, Oregonlan.
THREE rooms and bath, lot 50x100, new.
West Side, Tualatin Valley view, 2 blocks
to car: walks, graded streets and water;
good neighborhood, 15 minutes to Post
office; $1500; easy terms.
PROVIDENT TRUST CO., OWNERS,
Second Floor Selling Bldg.
for sale bv owner. Modem new 7-room
house- hardwood floors, paneled dining
room and den, large sleeping porch, fire
place, furnace, full cement basement,
utch kitchen; rooms are all tinted. Will
make good terms. Phone Woodlawn 2021.
New 2-room house, lot 50x100, Bull Hun
water, gas, only 3 blocks from Rose City
Park carline; nice neighborhood; price
only $750; $75 cash, $15 month, including
Interest. F 615. Oregonlan.
S38O0 ROSE CITY PARK. 6 rooms and
sleeping porch, full cement basement, fur
nace, buffet, bookcases, hardwood floors
shades, mirror door, laundry trays, two
toilets. 14 blocks to car; street work
paid, owner, pnone o .,p, mwr .jbl.
FOR SALE $1100 second mortgage on a
fine bungalow; pavments are $20 a month
and interest: moral risk is Al; payment
and Interest are paid up to date; will
give a liberal discount. Y 60S, Ore
gordan. MAIN 0444. A 3363.
My new bungalow, different and better,
for sale $2750, 2 lots, all details by phone.
No names asked. Ask for Mr. Dodge, or
write me. O 11. Oregonlan.
$200 CASH, balance rent; 5-room modern
bungalow, 1 block from Mt. Tabor car
line; this is a bargain if taken at once.
Call 2115 E. Yamhill to see property.
Phone A 2o3, main wai. xanpneir.
NICE bungalow, 5 rooms. In restricted dis
trict; streetcar and paved street; will
take city lot as first payment. J. H. Tip
ton. Phone East 1628.
MUST SELL QUICK.
New. modern, 5-room bungalow, 50x100
lof $2100. No agents; owner, 1104 E. 22d
street N. Take Alberta car.
lerw K-room bungalow. 7th and Brazee:
strictly modern furnace, paved streets
paid for; sacrifice $3700; terms. 1405
Hawtnorne aye, j-iiwp acuui o-o
WOULD you buy a home of 7 rooms built
for 2 families, furnished, piano, sunnyside.
future business property, cheap 7 Tabor
1708, owner, tor terms.
BEAUTIFUL new 7-room residence on
paved street and streetcar at a great re
duction; price $3250; was $4500, but must
sell. Phone East 3628.
MODERN, new bungaiow, Schuyler St.; fur.
nace. fireplace, oak floors, buffet, combi
nation fixtures, large attic: $37.10; terms.
Owner, 825 Yeon bldg. Main 112.
IRVINGTON OUR SPECIALTY,
FINE HOMES $4000 AND UP, CHOICB
- LOTS $1000 AND UP. NEUHAUSEN 4
CO 703 LEWIS BLDG. Main 8078.
HOUSE and lot, 10 Jarrett st-, 50 feet west
of Patton ave. ' and 2 blocks north of
' Killlngsworth ave. D. B. Hanson, 818
NYeon bldg. '
FINE modern 6-room house In Holladay
park for sale on reasonable terms; lot 71x
100; one diock irvra csrano; an convenl
cnocs. Phone C 1368. ;
G-ROOM modern house, lot 60x100, cement
basement, fine fruit trees, paved street,
close 1. any reasonable offer takes It.
Phono Main m-fi.
12000 4-ROOM modern double constructed
i .1.,, nf. n.T: t n lr nfnl nn.tn.
terms'. Tabor 15. -
I WILL give you the second mortgage
privilege and loan you the money to build
your nome. -,. xq. nyiuu. riiuna r.aat jos.
IRVINGTON $500 below value, my new,
modem. 6-room house and garage $4650.
Call 585 East loth N., terms.
TOR FINE HOMES
Bee Iielahunt. East 1275-
$800 SMALL furnished house, close csr,
easy terms. Rea 5112 E. 72d st. Tabor 159.
WILL build and finance homes to suit. 73b
Chamber or commerce, pnone Main
5-ROOM new, modem. 50x100; Sellwood line,
$2200. easy terms. Tabor 4326.
A FIRST-CLASS HOME AND A BARGAIN.
This home has swen rooms and an
encloMd sleeping porch, buflet, fireplace,
furnace, Dutch kitchen and oak floors;
everything at jut it is first-class. Price Is
reduced from $4500 to $4000. , We state
the simple truth In saying this Is the best
value tor the money that we know. It
Is surrounded by first-class homes. Hss
pav d streets, cluster tights, good car
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
S2 Fourth St., Board of Trade Bldg.
Main Sinn). A 1163.
EXCEPTIONAL'opportunlty to pick up this
bargain ot a beautiful home in irvlngton,
close In, near excellent carline, paved
streets, corner lot "5x100, Improvements
installed and all paid, full cement base
ment, hot-water heating plant, double
constructed, selected material, hardwood
floors, plate-glass windows, nreplace.
built-in Dutch kitchen, 4 large rooms
downstairs. 5 rooms up; nice open stair
case, beautiful electric and gas fixtures,
sieeplng-ponh and fine bath ilxtures; ga
rage included with Mowser gasoline sys
tem: exceptionally low price; make your
own terms to suit; must be sold before
Januarv 1. call Main 7750 Mr. Hoyer.
$2303 SEVEN ROOMS.
You can run your legs off chasing oar
gains In dwellings for sale by builders,
onlv' to find prices include tremendous
profits above actual cost. Let us show
you good new house at 15 per cent less
than cost. Contract forfeited by partv
leaving city. Besln where he leaves off.
No down payment; $20 and Interest per
month; responsible parties only.
HOME INSTALLMENT CO.,
401 McKay bldg..
100x100. BIG SNAP.
100x100 corner with good old -room
cottage; sewer and 200 feet of cement
sidewalk and curb in and paid: this cor
ner Is worth $5000 for the lots alone, but
owner must leave the city and will sacrl
llve at $4000, some terms If desired; lo
cated on East 22d and Oregon streets;
don't delay, but Investigate at once, as
bargains like this do not lust.
GRUSSI & BOLUS,
318 Board of Trade Blag.. 4th and Oak.
NEW modern 5-room house, cement base
ment, fireplace, full front porch, bullt-ln
buffet and Dutch kitchen, nice medium
sised rooms with large bath, street
Improvements all In and paid, electric
light, gas, water and all moderen con
veniences, good service on best car line
In city. This exceptional opportunity for
only $2400; terms $20 pur month. Includ
ing Interest. Will tint rooms and Pal"'
house to suit purchaser. Cull Marshall
1002, between 8 and 12 a. m.
3 LOTS AND 3 BUNGALOWS
ONLY $1000 FOR ALL.
I have 3 fine lots, 40x100 each, for sale
for $000. and will build 3 bungalows on
them for vou for $1000 for the 3 or 1 lot
and 1 bungalow for $050; selling price of
each place when complete is $1004). If
Interested call Thursday morning if pos
sible. Jas. C. Logan, 815 Spalding bldg.
BUILD ON YOUH VACANT LOT.
TURN THE BURDEN INTO INCOME.
WE FURNISH PLANS, FINANCES AND
BUILD APARTMENT OR RESIDENCE.
AT LOW COST. WE GIVE BOND
SHOW OUR WORK AND REFER TO
OUR CLIENTS. SEE US BEFORE YOU
MAKE PLANS; IT WILL PAY YOU.
L. It. BAILEY & CO.. CONTRACTING
AP.CH1TECTS. 524 AB1NGTON BLDQ.
NEW modern four-room house, full cement
basement, wood lift, wash trays, reception
hall, fireplace, built-in buffet and Dutch
kitchen, electric light, gas and water,
street improvements all paid. This nice
home in excellent locality. 50x100 lot, fine
car service, for only $2250. payable $2l
per month, Including interest. Call Mar
shall 1002, between 8 and 12 a m.
NEWEIGH T-lVoOM BUNGALOW, $1400.
NUW SIX-ROOM QUEEN ANNE. $3600.
NEW 0-ROO.V BUNGALOW, $4800.
EACH HAS OAS. ELECTRICITY. OAK
FLOORS. FIKEI'LaCE, PAVEMENTS:
RESTRICTED DISTRICTS; FULL CE-
CLASS A BUILDINGS; TERMS. OWNER.
THKIiE rooms and bath, new; corner lot,
100x100, on West Side; high and sightly;
view of Tualatin Valley: 2 blocks to car.
15 minutes to PostoHlce; walks, gradeo
streets and water; fine neighborhood;
$2100; small cash payment, balance like
'PROVIDENT TRUST CO., OWNERS.
Secona r loor oeninti xjms.
2 acres of ground, good house and barn,
rice family orchard, chicken run. plenty
of fruit. This place Is In the center of
Monmouth, the town of the Normal school ;
high school, etc Price $3o00. This is
$750 below the market. Owner Is sick
and must have money. For particulars
aoureSB A tJUt, VJICftmJ,".
8-ROOM bungalow on West Bide, 5 rooms ou
first floor, 3 large rooms on second floor;
well built, command fine view of Tualatin
Valley; nearly 14 acre of ground, good
lawn, roses and fruit; close to car and 15
minutes to Postofflce; $3500; terms can
bpROVlDENT TRUST CO.. OWNERS.
Second floor Selling bldg.
$2500 $15CO CASH.
This Is a pick-up; lot 1)0x135. Improved
street, modern house with nice barn, gar
den, close to Montavllla car and schoo ,
you save $1500 If you come right in; this
Is almost new. See Adams today.
CH.VPIN-HERLOW MT3. & TRUST CO..
3d floor Chamber of Commerce.
ROSE CITY PARK.
$15 PER MONTH.
6 rooms, bullt-ln buffet, bookcases, fire
place, fixtures, basement. Improvements in
and paid; $3800; terms, $150 cash, $15 per
month. National Realty & Trust Co., .23
Chamber of Commerce bldg. Phone Main
WE DES1UN AND FURNISH PLANS
AND MONEY AND BUILD YOUR HOME
COME LNMAND MAKE YOUR SELEC
TION FROM OUR MANY ARTISTIC DE
SIGNS OF HOMES. "SWISS CHALETS"
TAYLOR BUILDING CO..
606 M'KAY BLDG.. 8D AND STARK STS.
EAST SIDE HOME.
Modern 8-room house, hardwood floors,
paneled dining-room and den. large sleep
ing porch, fireplace and furnace; garage;
more than full lot, close in; price $7000;
easy terms can be arranged and part
trade might be considered.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.
404 Wilcox bid. Phones Main 8!)9. A 2653.
Home and furniture must be sold at
once. Fine modern 8-room house, lot 128
feet deep, all street Improvements in and
aid for. The price will surprise you. Near
Hawthorne and W-W car.
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
4th and Pine Sts
Fine new house, restricted district, lot
60xl'K). no bonded Indebtedness. 15 minutes
to business district, 7 rooms, hardwood
floors, fireplace, furnace, sleeping porch.
2 carllnes; exchange for lot: terms or
cash. Call forenoons. Main 4144. owner.
If you want a home, my loss will be
your gain; I have $1800 equity In a $3300
home of 8 rooms, on corner lot overlook
ing Willamette River, by a nice park.
See me. 441 Bidwell ave. or phone Seli.
$3500 home for $3000; brand-new S-room
bungalow; oak floors, fireplace, bookcase,
handsome buffet, everything strictly mod
ern, fine finish throughout. $600 cash, bal
ance $18 per month. Phone Tabor 626 or
HOiat,) 1 r. It J- u.
In Rose City, Laurelhurst, Alberta.
Mount Tabor; In fact, any district; one
in Richmond district; will accept Ford
car as part payment.
Main 1224. 300 Railway Exchange.
Cosy. ' well-built shack house, size 10x30
feet on full lot. 6 blocks from Alberta
car:' terms $12 monthly. Buy this and
stop paying rent. Call 212 Selling build
ing and ask for Reynolds or Courts or
phone Main 1800 or A 626L Evenings
$100 CASH and $10 per month. 3-room cot
tage lot 100x100, 3 blocks from car. 25
' minutes out; plenty of berries of all kinds
and other fruit; fenced; chicken-house
and garden; price $1300.
HIGLEY & BISHOP, 201 P smllton Bldg.
Choice location: 7 rooms; small payment,
bal. monthly. East 273. W. H. Herdman.
lor Sale Business Property.
FOR SALE by the owner, a two-story brick
store building In Albany. Oregon. Address
box 222, Albany, Oregon.
For Sale Acreage.
YOU know the wood business. Land can be
bad close to Portland on a railroad at a
price that will enable you to sell the cord
wood at a higher price than cost of land
and give you the land free. AF 670, Ore
On Salem Electric line, within S-mlle
circle; all cleared; right at station: $450
to $50O per acre, on - easy terms. 401
Board of Trade 'ildg. Main 570, A 7570.
Warner or RobL.son.
15 aCRES, 10 miles from Portland, 5-room
house, bam. horse, wagon, cow and fe-v
chickens, will sell for SH500; terms $2000
cash. AT 723. Ore.ronion.
10 ACRE chicken ranch. 10 miles from Se
attle. $1500; $500 cash; good terms; be
tween 300 and 400 chickens, all thorough
breds. V 612, Oregonlan.
FOR RENT 28 acres, berry and vegetable
farm. E. 02d and Base Line; experienced
Japs preferred. Call Tabor 125, C. Ri
13.000 acres In Trinity Co., the famous
apple belt, used for stock purposes now:
over .half csn be farmed, right on river,
railroad being constructed through the
place; best stock ranch in California,
good improvements; price $10.50 per
4300 acres In Sonoma Co., 2 miles from
county seat, some alfalfa land, large part
Ideal for fruit or vineyard, plenty of wood
and water; price $14 per acre.
15.000 acres In Glenn Co.: 11,000 acres
have been farmed, first-class fruit snd
stock land, large part suitable for alfalfa,
plenty water, close to good town, best
subdivision proposition In the stste; price
$27.50 per acre.
400 acres river bottom in Tehama Co.,
river runs through place. 70 acres full
bearing peach orchard, leased $3000 cash
rental per year; price $30,000.
I make a specl-lty of large tracts of
land throughout the state, principally In
the Sacramento Valley, land from $3-50
per acre up. suttable for any purpose. If
you want good land at the right pries. It
will psv you to csil or write D. F. Minnsy,
414 14th St.. Oakland. Cal
Units of S to 20 seres st $25 to $4$
per acre; 23S0 acres of very rich hlec
. leaf loam, logged-off 6 years ago. stumps
well rotted, no underbrush, all ready tar
the settlor, near Portland on the Colum
bia. Dally boat service. Sse Svsa
CHAPIN HERLOW MTO. TRUST CO-.
3d Floor, Chamber ot Comaeros
A LITTLE HOME WITH FRUIT.
6 acres, 12 miles from the center
of Portland and in the B. averton
district; close to school, church and
store and In a thickly settled neigh
borhood; all the best of soli and ail
In cultivation; family orchard of
apples, pears and plums; large tract
of strawberries and other small
fruit; buildings are old, but will do
for s year or two with a little fix
ing. Price $I50U; terms $200 cash,
good terms on the balance.
ALVORD-CARR HUNTER CO.,
218-210 Board of Trade.
In valley directly west' of Council
Crest and only 40 minutes from 4th
snd Washington sts.; land Hes
beautlfutlv. very fertile soli, large
platting with roads completed along
each tract; 3 stations on the plat
ting and any-sized tract from one
half acre up at farm-land prices
and upon installment plan. See us.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 35. 102 Fourth SL A 3500.
Down the river on West Side,
one-half mile from new St. Helens
hall site, and will be only one-hslf
mile from the proposed carline to be
extended down along the ridge from
Willamette Heights north. Here
Is another opportunity to get In
just ahead of high-class edevelop
ment and at farm-land prices, bee
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 35. H2 Fourth SI. A 3500.
ONE mile from Maloy station, on Oregon
Ele-trlo. 4J acres, 2" In high state of
cultivation, balance pasture and timber
easily cleared: fine soil, good house and
barn, chlckan-houscs and small buildings,
B a:res in orchard, plenty of small fruit.
300 cords of wood and located on good
county road: will make an ideal dally
farm, or Is splendid soil for truck gar
dening; $8000; half cssh, balance 3 years
at 7 per cent. This Is a good buy as an
Investment. See Noe.
CH vPIN-HERLOW MTO. TRUST CO..
floor Chamhrr of Commerce.
ACREAGE ON WEST SIDE.
Excellent soil, laige area of beaverdsm
land and good drainage; part of this tract '
Is under cultivation, part In stumps and
some heavy timber; 2H. and 10-scro
tracts; prices range from $375 to $600 per
acre. Sold on easy terms. Inside the o-
"pRo'viDENT TRUST CO.. OWNERS,
gd floor. Selling bldg.
2 ACRES, all cleared, close to sta
tion, 40 minutes out, 14 cents
commuter's fare. 3-room new bun
galow, furnished complete, this
is a nice little place and may be
had with $-100 cash payment, bal
ance to suit. V 549, Oregonlan.
TWO well-located 5-acre tracts, within s
blocks of station on Oregon Electric;
both In gold state of cultivation; one has
good Improvements, other fenced only.
Fine chocolate loam and beaver dam sol!
good for truck gardening, especially on
ions and celery. Investigate before sold.
SIiapTn-herlow mtg. a trust co..
Hi floor Chamber of Commerce.
" ACRE HOME
for sale; $50 down and $2j a month, no
Interest; Courtney Station Oregon City
electric All kinds of fruit and flowers.
5-room house, with bathroom, eiectrlo
lights, telephone, etc.
B " H. G. BECKWITH.
Tel. Oak Grove. Red 432.
A I. '11. "''-"
50 acres or any part of It for sale
cheap; on railroad and running water;
good for onions, horse radish, cantaloupes,
tomatoes or loganberries: easily Irrigated;
bottom land, black sandy loam: does not
o?"rtlw. Write P. O. box 301. Forest
CHICKEN AND FRUIT RANCH nea.
PORTLAND. Best soil, good roads, spring
water, free wood, settled country. 10 acres
$400 $500. $000 per tract; 20 acres $80.
40 acres $1200: SO acres $2000: 40 seres
timber $200. Ranches all kinds for sals.
Easy terma Frank McFarland Realty Co..
30U yeon ping., i-mum"..
S-P 10-acre strip, city property, lying.
between the Southern Pacific snd the
Oregon Electric Rsllway depots in a live
town In the valley, population 1800; ex
traordinary location for Ice plants. lum
ber yards warehouses, switching, etc;
price less than 350 per acre for quick
, . n : rtr.,nntfln
sale, ai .... v.-..
ACREAGE, one mile from city limits, ou
macadam road: 3 blocks to good carline.
bearing fruit trees, good soil, high and
Sold on easy payments.
PROVIDENT TRUST CO., OWNERS,
heCOim liwr pim'K U'u..
HAVE YOU $35 IN CASH T
If so, it will make your first payment
on a 10-acre tract of good land; one hour
and SO minutes from Portland. Room
215 Lumber Exchange bldg.. cor. 2d and
10 ACRES, West ame, 1 miles tium vm
house 3 miles from streetcar line: good
soil all in cultivation; fine view of mountains-
macadamized road; city telephone
service- gravity water supply. $5000;
terms. Telephone owner, Marshall 8.'7.
5-ACRE tracts at $250 per acre; they are
located on the Oregon Electric, HUlsboro
branch this Is choice cleared land and
terms exceedingly easy. Full information
at 730 Chamber of Commerce.
ACRE tracts; $575; $10 down, $5 monthly,
40 minutes out, Oregon City car; extra
fine soil; good school, nice neighbors. A.
C. Marsters, owner. 202 Wilcox bldg.. Main
ok, 7 a TUirt. Tabor 1770.
Good soil, roads and new school, 1ft
hours from Portland; your own terms.
215 LUMBER EXCHANGE BLDG.,
Cor. 2d and Stark Sts.
10-ACRE tract at St. Joseph Junction. In
high state of cultivation; price and terms
right- hourly service to Portland over
two electric lines. 503-4 Lumbermsns
bldg. Main 3148.
FREE water, irrigated land, Marysvllle.
Cal. A. M. Hlghhouse. 617 Board of
FOR SALE One and one-fourth acres, B.
31st St., Irvlngton district; $1500; terma
P. O. Box 460.
LOOK. LOOK 10 acres fine soli. $350; your
own terms. 1203 Yeon bldg.
lli ACRE All cleared; no gravel; close to
carline. $050; termit AB 603, Oregonlan.
2V,- ACRES best soil, close in; very easy
terms. K 808. Oregonlan.
A BUSINESS PROPOSITION.
Would you like to locate In the richest
part of the Willamette Valley If you wets
sure of plenty of wster for Irrlgstlon dur
ing the Summer dry spell? We want to
tell you of the special Inducements that
we sre offering the first settlers In a bu
new Irrigation project that has alresdy
Interested many experienced farmers. They
are going Into small dairy farming, nog
raising, poultry, alfalfa, clover, market
gardening, fruit snd berry-raising. It pays
to get in on the start. Call for booklet.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY IHR. LAND CO
304 OAK STREET, NEAR 5TH.