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C. W. Cornelius,
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I THE MULTNOMAH JZ
Washington Street. Cor. Twelfth. hrl'" ..o Per Day
1.0O, 1.54. S2.00 Per Day. $1-!V-St w'-i- Rath
i,J,EBHhTEVFOHOXl5 OR TWO FEHMO& SrOOM.
Fireproof fUi" ng moe?n aid olean in every respect, "0 outside rooms
street and transfer, get off at Twelfth street.
1 SPECIAL, RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH.
ENROLLMENT AT CORVALLIS TO
DATE IS 1S2S.
Total Registration of First Semester
lo st Vear Is Exceeded dj- More
Than 100 Students.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL, COLLEGE,
Corvallis. Sept. 29. (Special.) The lat
est firures submitted by Registrar
Tennant, of the Oregon Agricultural
College, last night, indicate a total en
rollment to date of 1323 students. The
total registration during the entire
first semester of last year was 1268,
and. as it is expected that the total
for this year will be swelled to about
1400, the indications are that the col
lege is growing at the rate of about
10 per cent eacn year. ,
Although, owing to the rush in the
registrar's office at this season of the
vear. Mr. Tennant is not as yet able
to give detailed statistics regarding the
apportionment of students among the
various departments, he says that the
two largest schools are those of agri
culture and domestic science and art.
There are between 300 and 400 stu
dents enrolled in each of these depart
ments. Of the total number enrolled.
900 are men and 423 are women; 843
students who were in O. A. C. last year
have returned to continue their work
this semester, and of the remaining
480. 441 are registered as freshmen,
while 39 bring credentials from other
colleges and universities which entitle
them to advanced standing. The stu
dents come from 18 states, Canada,
Hawaii. Philippines, England. Greece,
Jamaica, China, Japan and India,
BIG CONVENTION SORE
HOOD RIVER PLANS GOOD TIME
Federated Women's Clubs of State to
Gather October 6 When Many
Xew Clubs Will Be Seen.
1 HODO RTVER, Or, Sept. 19. (Spe
cial.) 'The convention, of the Fed
erated Women's Clubs of the state,
which will convene here on Monday
morning, October 6, will be the largest
ever held." says Mrs. Charles H. Cast
ner, president of the local Woman's
"During the past year we have af
filiated 15 new clubs and delegates
from these will be present to swell the
hit. The gatherings of the federated
organizations will be open to the gen
eral public, except the reception, which
will be given for the delegates, their
husbands and out-of-town visitors and
Many of the local householders, who
were not able to leave their employ
ment Friday and Saturday, have been
busy today cleaning up their lots and
premises. Yesterday afternoon. City
Marshal Carson passed several hours
driving from place to place In the city
firing heaps of rubbish, and many bon
fires of this character lighted the sky
last night. ;
FIGHT FOR ESTATE IS ON
Alleged Deserted Wife Files Claim
SPOKANE. Wash.. Sept. 29. (Spe
cial.) Denying that a person calling
herself Rose Marie Arbicor is the wife,
and that Minnie Arbicor McGatlin Is
the daughter of Joseph Articor. who
died in March. 1912. leaving a 130.000
estate here. Giovanno Bozello, of Itally,
guardian of three children of Arbicor
by another woman, today answered In
the Superior Court a claim of an al
leged forgotten and deserted wife and
child which bids fair to parallel the ease
of Susanne Enos, the squaw, who laid
claim to the estate of "Portuguese Joe."
Rose Marie Arbicor has filed a claim
to half the $30,000 estate of tho de
ceased Italian, declaring that she was
TIIE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAy. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1913. 1
i j m tad AT t KEAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE.
HOTELS AND BESOBT8. I AMUSEMENTS. CLASSIFIED AD. RATES ' j For SHou. For Salc-.Vreagc. ,
HOUSE OP WELCOME.
PABK AND ALDER STS, PORTLAND, OB.
In the theater and shopping district, one. block
from any earline; rales $1.00 per day and up; with
bath, $1.50 per day and up.
Take our Brown Auto 'Bus.
President H. E. Fletcher. Manager
Fourteenth and "Washington Street.
Booms, with bath, $1.50 day.
Eooms without bath, $1.00 day.
All outside rooms, fireproof construction.
Special rates for permanent guests.
Ross Finnegan, Mgr. Victor Brandt, Propr.
100 rooms. $1.50 per day
200 rooms (with bath)2.00 per day
100 rooms (with bath)$2.50 per day
Add 11.00 per day to above prices
when two occupy one room.
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES
FOR PERMANENT GUESTS
H. C BOWERS, Manager.
Portland's famous notci,
mm i 1
Notedfcr tha Excellence
of its GuisincEuropcan plan
0 ned and Operated byTHE PORTLAND H0IELCQ
N.K.ClARrEAS5T.rtcR,- G. J.KAU FMANN mgr.
Sol Due Hot
la the Heart of the Olympics.
For - descriptive literature, address
the Manager, bol Cue Clallam County.
married to him hi 1877 in Illinois, and
. i. . v. , .... htm o Hallirhtpr. now Mln-
luai aio j " j ......
nie Arbicor McGatlin. born in Lead
ville, Colo., in 188L She declares that
Arbicor deserted her four months after
the daughter was born, but declares
that the fortune left by him grew out
of their community invesiraeuia
T .1 , . w n .ML, PI I1 1 TT1 T (III S V
guardian, now in Italy with the three
minor children of Arbicor by the other
woman, declares through an attorney
that he has no knowjedge of the al
, -i AVteAnoA rr th. nthor wife or of
,;CU CAIOIGUVD w. - '
the child, and hence denies the claims
VOTING LIST IS SMALL
ONLY 1000- ELECTORS REGISTER
AT LA GRANDE.
Backers of Commission Government
Charter Trying to HaTe Court
Permit Oaths at Polls.
LA GRANDE, Or., Sept 29. (SpeciaL)
It now appears that the 1000 who
registered out of La Grande's 2500
voters will decide whether or not La
Grande will adopt the commission char
ter next Wednesday.
The question of whether or not It
would be lawful to swear in votes
election day has been discussed, and a
special meeting of the City Council
was held to pass on the subject, but
failed to pass the ordinance whereby
those who failed to register might
A last attempt will be. made to en
franchise the delinquent ones by tak
ing the matter before the Circuit Court
so as to give the question a more thor
The matter of enfranchising the un
registered voters is being pushed es
pecially by the commission government
supporters as they are aware of the
fact that the opposition got Into the
game early apd had all of their voters
COURTHOUSE PLANS PLEASE
County Committee and Advisory
Board Order Further Detail.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. Sept 29.
(Special.) The advisory committee ana
County Commissioners met with Archi
tect Osterman today to discuss the
proposed new Courthouse, and a pre
liminary plan submitted by the archi
tect following his return from a trip
of Inspection over the Northwest prac
tically was accepted. He was -ordered
to go ahead and work out the plan
more fully. It was decided to do away
with a tower and also a statue of
"Justice" on the building, cutting the
cost by about $40,000, It was declared.
The building, which is to be of steel,
reinforced concrete and stone, will cost
about $300,000. It will be 116x188, and
ample for years to come. It Is believed,
there being provision for two court
rooms, with another room that can be
used for a courtoom. The building will
face on Fifth street whereas the pres
ent Courthouse faces on Main street
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
RALL To the wife of George A Rail.
415 Spokane avenue. September 24. a daugh
ter. GOODWIN To tbe wife of Orton Ernest
Goodwin. T70 East Davis street. September
25, a son.
BLESSING To tha wife of Garry B.
Blessing. Ml Alblna avenue, September 17.
TAYLOR To the wife of John M. Tay
lor. 445 East Forty-eighth street, Septem
ber 4. a daughter.
BUCKLEY To the wife of Earl J. Buck
ley. 4431 Fifty-third avenue Southeast, Sep
tember 14. a daughter.
M'DONOUGH To tho wife of Jay Arthur
McDonough, scappoose, ur., eeptemoer ao,
F.VRRIXOTO.V To the wife of IT. W.
ssassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss - 1
HP f f THEATER
Hi I .Li 1 j nth and Morrison
Phones Main 1 and A 1122.
I MATINEE TODAY
I Lower Floor, $1, 75c. Balcony 60c, 25c
LAST TIME TONIGHT
THE COMEDY HIT
Splendid Cast and Production.
Evenings: Lower floor $1.50, $1; balcony
$1. 76c, 50c
SEATS NOW SELLING.
BOX OFFICE SALE
3 bSSi Next Thursday
Special Price Matinee Saturday.
THE FAMOUS BEAUTY,
IN VICTOR HERBERT'S
LIGHT OPERA SUCCESS,
70 PEOPLE SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
Evenings: Lower floor, 14 rows $2, 8
rows $1.60: balcony $1. 75c. 80c. Special
Saturday Matinee: Lower floor $1.50, $1;
balcony $1, 75c, 60c.
TOMORROW EVENING, 8:20
S1.50, 62. $3. S3.50. $4
ALL SEATS RESERVED.
7-iain 2. A 5360
Home of the popular Baker Players AH
week. Mats. Wed. and Sat. First time here:
MWTimRN'E. TJ. S. A."
A romantic comedy: startling adventures of
an American in the Balkans. Charming,
thrilling, amusing. Evenings, 25c, 35c, 50c,
75c. Wed. Mat., all seats 25c. Sat. Mat.. Joe,
50c. Next week "Nobody's Widow."
Main 6, A 1030.
LULU GLASER, In "First Lotr'
Swor and Mack.
Satton, Melntyre and Sutton.
Sidney and, Toivnley.
fcitJ Broadnay and Alder Streets
The Four Marx Brothers, with cast of 18. In
"Mrs. Green's Reception"; George and Victor
Harris, Greve Green, Fun In Hl-Skool,
Eddie Howard, Pantagescope, Orchestra.
fc ANY MATINEE SEAT 15c
' HAPPY HEARN'S WHEELMEN.
BRIEKRE & RING.
PIN t. IK & CORCORAN.
GEORGE F. HALL.
I VI? I (P8 FourtIiaild
Li Stark Sts.
Leonard and Onslow In "The Hustling Mr.
T..ai. Kneclal added feature. "Pearl
Tangley, Seeress," the greatest act of Its
kind before the public.
Sixth and Washington.
Open 11 A M. to 11 P. M.
Perfect ventilation, fireproof. Programme
Sunday to Wednesday: "Under the Daisies-(two-reel
Vitagraph drama: "T Inning His
Wife" (Lubln comedy): "The Fish with a
Storage Battery In Its Brain" (Paths edu
cational): "The Pearl of the Bosphorus
(Pathe travel): Karp's Orchestra; vocal
10c Admission 10c.
ATTEND THE OREGON
Salem, September 29 to
October 4, 1913
REDUCED RATES ON ALL
For Information Address
FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary
Cor. Vanghn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER L. S, 3, 4 and 6.
Games Begin Weekdays at 3 P. M.
Sundays 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
Partington. 114 Williams avenue, Septem
ber 12. a daughter.
B TES To the wife of Gilbert Clay
Bates, Troutdale, September 13, a son.
SPERRY-BOTD C. E. Sperry, city. 32,
and Florence M. Boyd, city, 26.
STRATTON-UIL.VETT Ernest W. Strat
um cits-, 23. and Eunice E. Gllnett. city 24.
KUJ AL-WASTL Henry Kujal, city, -!l.
and Cecelia Wastl, city. 27.
MORTON-CATLIN W. F. Morton, city,
legal and Margaret Catlln, city, legal.
KRAUS-DAMON Joseph J. Kraus, city,
30, and Agnes L. Damon, city. 18.
BLACK-KOHN George N. Black. LOS An
geles. Cal., legal, and Florence Kohn, city,
"lITTLE-HARDY Charles J. Little, city,
legal, and Angellne M. Hardy, city, legal.
MERRILL-POL1ER Fred Merrill, city,
27, and Pauline Poller, city. 17.
BAR RETT-J ONES Lawrence M. Barrett,
cltv. 28. and Ella Jones, city. 20.
'HARVEY-WRIGHT James D. Harvey,
Stella, Wash., legal, and Ruby N. Wright.
GAGE-WETZEL Charles P. Gage, city,
legal and Bertha W. Wetzel, city, Ivgal.
Municipal Leaguers Leave.
WALLA WALLA. .Wash., "Sept 29.
(Special.) Miles C. Moore, president
of the League of Pacific Northwest Mu
nicipalities; Professor Charles G.
Haines, secretary of the league, and
President Penrose, of Whitman College,
one of the league founders, left tonight
for Portland to attend the Becond an
nual meeting of the league, which was
organized in Walla Walla last Spring.
Mayor Glllis will leave tomorrow night.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction House. 160-8 Park St.
Fine Furniture, Rugs, etc Bale at 10
Daily or Sunday.
One time. 18e
Same ad. two consecutive times , .SSo
Same ad. three consecutive times 30e
Same ad. six or seven consecutive times. .56e
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other classifica
tion except the following:
Situations Wanted, Male.
Situations Wanted. Female.
For Rent, Rooms, Private Families.
Rooms and Board. Private Families.
Rate on the above classifications Is 1
cents a line each Insertion.
When one advertisement Is not run in con
secutive Issues the one-time iate applies.
ix average words count as one line on
cash advertisements and no ad. counted
Cor less than two lines.
On "charged" advertisements charge will
be based uu the number of iiaes appearing
tn tne paper, regartlleos of tne number at
words In each line. .Minimum charge, two
ine Oregonlan will accept classified ad
verusemems over the telephone, providing
the aaverUxer is a subscriber to either houe.
2o prices will be quoted over tue piione,
but bill will be renaered the following day.
W bother subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone depends upon the
promptness ol payment of telepuone adver
tisements, situations Wanted and Personal
advertisements iil not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders tor one insertion only will
be accepted lor "Furniture (or bale, "Busi
ness Opportunities," "itooxning-houaes" and
"named to Kent."
The oregonian will not guarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility tor errors occurring
in telephoned advertisemeuta.
The Oregonian wUl not be responsible for
more than one Incorrect insertion of any
advertisement offered for more than one
An "New Today" aU advertisements are
charged by measure only, 14 lines to the
lncn- . .
Remittances must accompany out-of-town
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be In The - Oregonian office
before 10 o'clock at nigut except Saturday.
Closing hour for The Sunday Oregonian will
be I o'clock Saturday night. The office will
be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual, and
all ads. received too late for proper classifi
cation will be run under heading "Too Late
to t lasify."
MT. TABOR LODGE. NO. 42,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing at 6 o'clock. West Side Tem
ple. Work in the F. C degree,
ren Invited to attend.
M. R. SPAULDING, Secretary.
HAWTHORNE LODGE. NO. Ill,
A. F. AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Tuesday) even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic Tem
Jle. Work In the F. C. degree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
C. E. MILLER, Secretary.
A. AND A. S. RITE
Oregon Consistory No. 1 Reg
ular meeting in Memorial Hail,
Scottish Rite Cathedral, this
evening at S o'clock. By order
MASTER OF KADOSH.
HANSEN At the family residence, 149
Guines street September 28, Lucy Shat
tuck Hansen, aged 47 years 8 months,
beloved wife of William A. Hansen,
daughter of the late Judge E. D. bhat
t'lck. Friends invited to attend funera,
services, which will be held at Holman s
funeral parlors at 2 P. M. today (Tues
day). September 30. Interment Lone lir
rVERSON The funeral of the late Edwin
p Iveraon, who passed away in San Diego,
Cal.. September 12, 1913, will be held to
day (Tuesday), at 2:30 P. M.. from the
new chaiel of the Skewes Undertaking
Co corner 3d and Clay. Friends kindly
invited to atfend. Interment Riverview
aged 32 years. Funeral services will be
held at Dunning oe aicinieB b
, . i a, O rt'.lrt.lr ITrinnilS T6-
spectfully Invited. Remains will be taken
to the Crematorium.
PROTTENGEN The funeral of the late
George Prottengen will take place ffm
Dunning & McEntee's-'chapel today (Tues-
day) at a. oclIlca -
at Multnomah Cemetery 10 o'clock.
ASHFORD The funeral services of Persls
Ashford. wife of George W. Ashford. will
be held today (Tuesday) at 10 o clock
A. M. at the Portland Crematorium.
JACKMAN The funeral services of the
late John M. Jackman will be held at 9
A. M. today. Interment in Mount Scott
i it rntvAKn Hrtl.M 4 the leadlnsr fu
ne'ral director, 820 Third street, corner Sal
mon. Laay assiBiani. 2 lull, .mm mv..
. s. DUNNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder st. Kast oa. a zo-o.
nrwrvn Jk M'ENTEE. funeral directors.
7th and Pine Phone Main 430. Lady at
tendant. Office or uounty coroner.
SKF.WES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 3d
and Clay. Main loz. A zas i. iaaj anenaant.
MF.unKIALS Portland Marble Works.
264 4th, opposite City Hall. Main 854.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
rare peculiarly suggentive of affec
tion and memory, biegaat ana com
modious visitors' rest rooms. Perpetual
care. Refined, pleasing service.
Reached by Mt. Scott or Casadero cars.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE NO. 320 UNION AVENUE,
CORKER MARKET STREET.
Phone Eact 142JI. B 2515.
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Prices
reasonable. Report all cases . of cruel
ty to this office. Open day and night
TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY
Fourth and Oak Streets
We Make Building Loans
Edward E. Goudey
Oo hutnev tnu t-Mt.--,u rr.idinr properties.
Here's a new eight-room LAUREL.
HURST home, facing west, lawn in,
flowers, shrubbery, etc., that will sell
Itself to you if given the slightest op
portunity. The very finest inside fin
ish obtainable. $6800, on easy terms.
Don't look this up if you cannot afforc
It, as no other house will suit you
after seeing this place. Phone Tabot
3433. Ask for Mr. Clements.
Our Own Money atjCorrent-Bates.
Western Bond & Mortgage Co.
Commercial Clnb Bids'.. Portland. Or.
FARM AND CITY
Commerce Safe Dep. & Mortgage Co.
1 Third St, Cava, t Com. Bldg.
QTY and farm loans
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. ORONAN
2 Spalding Bldg. Portland. On.
CITY & FARM LOANS
liOOO and up Ht lowest rates.
C. M. ZADOW
414 Curbett Bldg. A 1418. Marahall 0.
I W A NT PARTY TO LOAN S2500
Will give security, a position with
fair salary and twenty-five per cent
of profits of good-paying business.
Bank references. F 412. Oregonian.
Free factory sites, served by rail and river.
West Oregon City.
T r T Mnnilv PrM
1016 Chamber of Commerce. Main T.
45 Rooms of
To be sold to the highest bidder,
Now is the chance of a lifetime to
get some good furniture cheap.
Sale starts at
10A.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 2d
at Stratton Hotel, 3d and Pine Sts.
on six houses and 400 feet of frontage
in good neighborhood. Value of se
curity, 113,000. Good income.
HAMMOND MORTGAGE COMPANY,
433-424 Chamber of Commerce.
fnlTA rnqprvntinn. nnw for Single
day shoots on the celebrated Payne's
duck itancn on sauvie s isianu. uuou
beds, meals, blinds and decoys fur
nished; ?12 per day. See
N. B. WRIGHT,
945 Williams Ave. Phone VV'oodlawn 241
I'VE JUST LOCATED that five-room
bungalow you were looking for. Un
usually large living-room, two oeu-
.noma nnd has attic in Which two
large rooms could be finished at small
evnense. Lawn In. The nicest little
home you ever saw, in LAIRELHCRST,
too, lor 4iuu; sauu casn anu uaianue
on your own terms. Built by owner
for home. I can't keep it for you
longer than today, so phone Mr.
ueianunty, .uain io'jj or xu.it. t' "
6 TO 7
H. B. MOONEY
Mourn C21 Falling Bldg.
$7000 Seven-room house and full lot, near
23d and Lovejoy.
18.."00 Corner, near 20th and Washing
ton streets. Lot 30x100.
John L. Karnopp. Ry. Exchange Bldg.
Phone Marshall 2514.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Beck, William G., 315-318 Failing bldg.
BRUBAKER, C. L.. 317 Railway Ex b'dg.
. B al too OCia HMi.nfi nn
Jennings m-iu aoo- " . J .
PALMER-JONES CO., H. P., 404-406-406
W11COX DlQg. .
mriwr,T(-T BROS. fBurrell Heights!. 930
Hawthorne Ave., Cor. 31st. Tabor B16.
For Sale Lots.
S335 SPLENDID BUILDING SITES $333
T.nts fiOxino. and manv of them larger
within 15 minutes' car ride from 4th and
Morrison; near school,' cnurcn ana store
lots love!, with rood view. Bull Run water
good soil, 5-cent car fare. Best values
in the city. Price $336; easy terms. Out
autos will take you out. Phone Main ISOli
or A U-Ol.
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
212 Selling Bldg.. Cor. 6th and Alder.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS SNAP.
Fine corner on best street on lower
Heights; unobstructed view; at a bar
gain price and on terms. This is what
you have been waiting for. No telephone
Information. R. F. Bryan, 009 Chamber
LADD ADDITION SNAP.
Lot 7 block 20. Ladd Addition, on El
Ilntt iivA.. npar Hawthorne: east front;.
nicest lot In the addition; value (3000; my
price $2600; easy terms.
niVXEK. Main 7452. A 440L
S16 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
$725 CASH buys choice view homesite. on
the West Side, 20 blocks from Postoffice.
Call or write.
C. W. HOUGHTON. -835-837
Chamber of Commerce.
$1700 IRVINGTON Will sell my 50x100 lot
on 13th st., between Knott and Stanton,
for $1700 cash or $1900, half cash; cost
me $22i)0; all improvements in and paid
for. AT 412, Oregonian.
Fine lot on Montana ave., near Missis
sippi avenue earline; walking distance
from Peninsula Park. Call at 275 Pine St.
$J00 BUYS lot r.lixlOO feet on E. 13th, 150
rt. south or lvniingsworin.
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,
275 Pine St., Cor. 4th.
PARTY wishes to sell 2 lots situated in
Sanford Add., block 7, lots 5 and 6; take
Montavlila car: must sell, (jail wusou,
Woodlawn 3039 evenings.
$18 9 ACRES, 7-room house, bath, barn.
pouirrynouse, iniu ircea, u vin-t,iivc,
Wash. C. A. Pettlbone, 365 Irving st.
BEST snap in all Improved clrse-ln res. lot.
2-3 discount; restricted. Marsnau to;iz
219 Worcester bldg.
FIRLAND lot, $350. worth $450. Terms
moniniy. main -i-nro.
For Sale Hon see.
$4000; 2-STORY, 7-room modern bouse; a
big bargain If taken at once; am going to
the country, must sell; 1-8 cash, balance
on time. 7 per cent, and $30 a month. Call
East 8665 or AH 407, Oregonian.
WHY PAY RENT 7
When you can buy my 3-room bunga
low, Bmall payment down, balance like
rent. Kenton car to Morgan st. and 1
block west to 1513 Mississippi ave.
pnliTLAND HEIGHTS BUNGALOW.
Modern, close In, fine residence district,
splendid unobstructed view, SOxlOO lot,
street Improvements paid. $4250, terms.
Marshall 4827. BROOKE. A 3S3D.
HAWTHORNE Modern bungalow, six
rooms, fixtures, oak floors, lawn, fifteen
hundred equity for six. 1405 Hawthorne.
$j.iy MODERN 6-room residence on cor
ner, ooxr0, near Washington High School;
price below value, but owner will sell. J
SEE this before you buy; 7-room modern
house, 1 lot. good basement, near car;
$18'KJt; $600 down. J. H. Dorman, Firland
station, Mt. Scott car.
MwLfERN 6-room bungalow, 429 E. 32d, WR
car; new furniture; Winter's wood; $500
cash, baL J30 month,- Inc. Interest, $3000.
$3150, easy terms, for 5-room house. 239
E. 48th St.; very reasonable. Hawthorne
car. phone B 1490.
$5600 WILL buy an 8-room. modern brick
veneer bungalow In Laurelhurst district;
one block from earline: will take lot as
part pay. Phone East 6425.
$250 A SNAP; nearly new and modern
2-story 8-room house, large lot, vicinity
Jefferson High School, Peninsula Park.
Inquire 10115 Maryland avg.
VERY FINE HOME.
Irvlngton. cheap. 8 elegant rooms, oak
and mahogany finished. 2 bathB. serv
ants' rooms, garage. Owner. E. 8209.
LEAVING city, my Irvfngton home must be
sacrificed; worth $7000, my price $5500
for quick sale. Small payment down, easy
terms. AB 390. Oregonian.
TWO BUNGALOWS CHEAP.
Irvlngton. 6 rooms, charming, fine loca
tion: oak floors. East 273.
W. H. HERDMAN.
4 LOTS, 6-room house, near Hawthorne
car; will sacrifice; make an offer. H. L.
Idleman, ltfos Division st. laoor low.
A SNAP For sale, fine modern 6-room
house, close in. good residence location.
Phone owner, East 5128.
$50 CASH. $20 month 4-room modern. Al
berta Dungaiow, siooo. cmuo- agoner
Co, Stock Exchange
TWO houses at bargain for cash or trade
for farm lana. E,asi zuoi.
FORCED to sell on account of sickness. 6
room modern bungalow. Sellwood S7.
ROSE CITY LINE.
New 5-room house, modern plumb
ing, good basement, cement walks,
graded streets, assessments all paid;
only $1800: 4100 cash. $20 a month,
New 6-room house, modern plumb
ing, tiled bathroom floor, beautiful
fireplace, good basement, lot 50x
100; all assessments paid; no mort
gage to assume; a beautiful home,
only $3150. Practically your own
terms, both as to first payment and
monthly payment. You can't beat
this If you look the city over.
A fine and dandy 5-roora house,
full attic, full basement, on corner,
paved street; lot 5uxl00; a fine
borne in fine neighborhood; you
can't find another like this for
$3000. Plumbing? Sure, modern;
nice large porch around the house
Terms? Very easy.
W. A. BARNES & CO.
404-5 Lewis Bids., 4th and Oak Sts.
VERY SMALL BUNGALOW.
Just finished, 5 rooms, with room for 2
bedrooms and sleeping porch upstairs,
hardwood floors, swell fireplace, fine buf
fet, bookcases and other built-in effects:
woodwork the finest finish, Dutch kitchen
and doubly constructed; lot 51'xlOO, east
front; will put in furnace and fixtures,
ready to move into for $3650; $500 cash
and $20 per month, or will take good loj
as first payment; on E. 33d, just south of
GRUSSI & BOLDS.
316 Board of Trade Bidg.. 4th and Oak.
$20.000 IRVINGTON; 9 rooms, one ol the
best and best built new homes, on quarter
block and on corner; nice lawn, plenty or
shrubbery and native trees; 2 baths 4
toilets, 4 lavatories, 2 fireplaces, fine In
terior llnish, high-class wall coverings
throughout; plenty of porches, front, side
and rear; price includes all carpets, rugs,
curtains, drapes, rods and shades. AP
-iOO, Oregonian. ,
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL KUH.MSH THL
MONEY, BUILD APARTMENTS, RESI
DENCE OR ANYTHING. PLANS IKtt.
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
MOW. TALK TO OUR CLIENTS. SEL
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING
ARCHITECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
HALSEY ST. SACRIFICE.
a"ft F. fcth st. North, near Halsey, is a
nice 6-room house and has a good barn or
garage, lot 50x100, walking distance; value
sfiooo: nrlce reduced to $5000 and an of
fer is wanted; easy terms if desired; lot
alone worth $10u0; a big sacrifice.
GRUSSI & BOLDS,
316 Board of Trade Bldg. Main i4n2.
ARTISTIC NEW 7-ROOM HOME.
Most beautiful in city; $3900: restricted
district, beautiful music-room with French
doors, 7-foot beveled plate-glass butfet.
flnnra a French mirrors, beau
tiful mantel, soiid brass hardware, select
grain finish, lot ooxiou, iv-iwui '""'f
block to car, 15 minutes to city; terms.
Phone owner, Tabor l'JOO.
Large, modern 9-room house; can finish
4 more rooms; beautiful grounds, with tlr
and spruce trees; an Ideal location for a
sanitarium; price only $S00t; a big bar
gain; Investigate at once. Address owner,
5 380, Oregonian.
BUILDING LOANS; WE DESIGN AND
BUILD HOMES AND APARTMENTS;
REMEMBER, WE ARE PRACTICAL
BUILDERS; ABSOLUTELY NO MISREP
RESENTATION. TAYLOR BI.DG. CO.,
506 M'KAY BLDG., 3D AND STAKK
FOR SALE Modern home on Marshall st.,
in fashionable Nob Hill district; 12 rooms,
- t.4th- '2 Kleeninp- Dorches and garage;
lot 5OX100; wilt sell at a sacrifice. For
further particulars appiy GerliiiKer '"-
ards Co., 12 ceiling uius. ruucn
1776, A 2453. .
A SNAP IN NEW "IRVINGTON HOME
I have just finished my homo and must
ll hv Oct. 1. The interior is white
Ana.nai. ...in -tv ennd ahstract and war
ranty deed, house and lot, for $2100; only
$;soo casn. inquire An -uo, wicsm""".
Brand new 6-room, light fixtures and
window shades, east front; go out today
and sea for yourself. The house Is un
locked, the number Is 309 East 4-'d St.,
corner of Morrison st., or phone Tabor 6.,i.
li-ri i. K.iiM TMorlm fi-room homes on f0x
100 lots. Rose City Park, on terms of $500
cash down and mommy payments,
llahonev. contractor, 226 Mason su T ood
A dandy 6-room house and full lot In
Reed college district; plenty of shade
trees; will be sacrificed for $2.Vo if sold
at once. Owner. B 3S8. Oregonian.
Handsomely illustrated book free; save
15 to 25 per cent In building.
A. H. FABKR, Architect.
860 Ainswoith Ave. Phone C 270L
HAWTHORNE DIST. .
5 RMS. AND SLEEPING PORCH. I.EW
AND MOISERN, FURNACE; WORTH
$27 50: WILL RENT FOR $20- 710
LEWIS BLDG. MARSHALL 4200.
IF you want to see the homes for sale oil
PORTLAND HEIGHTS, see
BROOKE. Dealer In
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Marshall 4827 or A 3S39.
MODERN 5-room bungalow, one block from
car; gaa and electric lights; nicely fur
nished; reasonable; call at 269 Going st.
during the day; evenings 968 Vancouver
ave, or phone Woodlawn IS.
HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS, $1450.
Furnished cottage. 4 rooms, 3 lots, gar
den, fruit and flowers, near Aroor lwibo,
$200 down, $15 monthly. Fred W. Ger
man Co., 932 Chamber of Commerce.
For Sale Acreage.
5 AND 10-ACRE TRACTS.
Best of soli, with running wa
ter; 2 inlleB from station, 6c
carfare; 9 miles from Portland, fine
crushed rock road. $175 to $200
per acre; small cash payment, and
the balance like rent,
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 35. 102 Fourth st. A 3500.
6 miles from courthouse, on South West
Side; good, rich soil; some tracts all
cleared and under cultivation and some
stump land. Prices $:;25 to $430 per acre
Let us show you this property. Pliona
Main 1800 or A U2H1.
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
2d Floor Selling Bldg., Cor. 6th and Alder.
40 acres of first-class bottom land
fronting on the Willamette River, 2U
minutes out of Salem on the Oregon Elec
tric; almost all In a high state of culti
vation; $165 per acre. Terms, nothing
down, a small payment the 4th year, 4
annua: payments thereafter, 6 per cent.
To Improve the property in some substan
tial way is our only requirement.
COLUMBIA THUST COMPANY,
518-19 Board of Trade bldg.
1214 acres of the best land near Port
land, all in cultivation; enough slope for
drainage; faces county road, adjoins city
limits; fine bearing orchard; house and
barn; walking distance from 12 grade
school and electric car. Price $300 per
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,
275 Pine Ht.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland;
new subdivision, near Gresham; 5 acres,
$400, $5UO. $700: 8 acres, A500, $70o; 10
acres. $75t. $ilU0 $1000 per tract; best
soil, free -.vood, spring water: acreage at
Scappoose, or., $25 to $l!H) per acre.
FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO.,
30-9 Yeon bldg.. Portland.
$2500 buys 5 acres, all improved, 1 mil
from Hillsooro, with buildings, stock ana
Implements, ready for occupancy; terms.
Write or phone E. C. Johnson. 13th and
Kauxrman, v ancuuvci, .yubu.
OREGON CITY carliuc, between Silver
Spring and Courtney, bungalow and acre;
hot and cold water, electric lights, etc.;
$3900; $400 down, balance to suit. Phone
uaK urove xteu
ACREAGE SNAP- -Must raise some cash at
once anu win ii 1 "j "
market price. Within 10 miles Courthouse,
near Powell Valley road. $?oo to handle.
npaiaing uiub. iiT
UliSO. haw vi-itjL.,.
Good soil, city water, close to earline:
easv terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 155. or Sellwood 470.
J NO. H. GIBSON. OWNER.
ACRES of Powell Valley soti, trees, living
water, close In, 4 blocks from station on
eiectric line. Price $lotu. Make your own
terms. N 373. Oregonian.
10-ACRE almond grove, trees loaded with
nuts; only $2750; easy terms. Dabney &
Dabney, 307 Ry. Exchange.
$5 PER month buys chicken ranch; 6ic
fare. A. C. Marsters, 202 Wilcox bldg.
$7.-0.00 BUYS one acre close in, on electric
line. Terms to suit. N 374, Oregonian.
HALF acre, cultivated, house, barn, 10c
fare, only $950. McKemey. Main 2210.
SUBURBAN HOME SITES
From any angle you may look at
the matter, either as a home or as
an Investment. Located along both
sides of the new 4th -at. electric .ine,
ON THE WEST SIDE. Tho new
cars will make the distance 30 min
utes from the business center of the
city. 1 acre on graded street and
good sidewalk, few minutes' walk to
station, for the price of a city lot;
one-tenth of the purchase price
cash, and small payments monthly
on the balance. The prices in ef
fect now $250 to $50 0 per acre,
will be higher by reason of con
venient and rapid car service.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY".
Main 35. 102 Fourth St. A 3500.
FIVE ACRES. $250.
$10 DOWN. $." PER MONTH,
Buys 5 acres of logged-off land. Thrce
quarters of a mile from center of town of
If.HiO population, also cannery and cream
ery ; three-quarters of a mile from s;a.
tlon on main line of railroad from Purl
land and Astoria. This land is iree front
rocks and gravel, will not overflow aud
lies level; iueal for cnicken raising, dairy
ing and small fruits; will grow anything
that can be raised in Western Oregon.
From some of these tracts you have a
beautiful view of the Columbia Kiver; 4U0
acres from which to choose; perfect title
and warranty deed,
BELL REAL ESTATE CO..
2d Floor, 212 Railway Exchange Bldg.,
Between 3d and 4th on fctarK.
NEAR SALEM. 5o-acre Irrigated farm, all
ready to crop, cood 6-room house, nice
young orchard, fine black loam soil, 2 ',i
nines from town, rural mail anu telephone
service; barns for dairy cows and horses;
chicken and hog houses; good wells of
water, and abundance of water for irri
gation with perpetual water right; will
subdivide this and sell in tracts of any
size from 5 acres up. on small payment
of i cash, balance to suit at 6 per cent.
I.and suitable for hops. loganberries,
unions, potatoes, and dairying. Call at
ti;iu North 6th st. or 266 Stark at., and
deal wiih owners.
ONE to five acres, cultivated. 10c late, easy
terms. McKemey. Main 2240.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment for sale,
lili'.ine. Tillamook County, Oregon. Apply
f"4 Mississippi ave. Reasonable. Phone
VALUABLE homestead information free.
Send stamp. Box 301. Welser. ldaho
For Sale Farms.
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE OFFER
Of a well improved small farm; on ac
count of serious sickness we are instructed
by the owners and theis doctor to dis
pose of at onco at a sacrifice this 20 acres,
located near Orchards, Clarke County,
Washington;' 12 acres is In cultivation and
8 acres can be easily cleared; guaranteed
to be the best" soil in Clarke County; has
good house with bath and pantry, dairy
house with concrete floors and wails, good ,
barn and sheds; hog and chicken houses
and runs; fine ' stream of water runs
through the place; good new well, fine
water, piped to the house; 7 head of Jersey
cows, 1 team of good horses. 1 set har
ness. 1 buggy, new, farm wagon, plows,
harrows, cultivators, disks and all kinds
of small tools; 9 head of Durock Jersey
swine, 100 chickens. 45 ducks, 20 tons of
hay and 2 tons of straw in barn, 20 ricks
of good wood, 5 sacks of potatoes and
corn enough to feed stork for months;
there Is also a fine young family orchard;
the owner cleared over $1S00 last year;
full price $0500; terms $5000 cash, bal
ance 3 years 7 per cent: good school,
church and stores within hi mile of tills
place; wo can certainly recommend this
as being one of the best buys on uur list
Mr. Gee. manager.
R. H. GOODKIND CO.. INC.
401-2-3 Wilcox Bldg.
Cor. 6th and Washington.
SMALL FARM HOMES.
Have several nicely located small farms
on the electric line, near McMinnville;
will make tho price right and terms rea
sonable. H. B. EVANS.
505 Spalding Bids. Marshall 4023.
FOR SALE $3.5 per acre, 160 acres. Includ
ing mill site; i"0 acres under plow, bal
ance pasture and heavy timber; Ideal daily
and hay farm, phone and milk route, 4'j
miles east of Sublimity. John Willing,
titayton. Or., route 1.
2S0-ACRE alfalfa and stock ranch, near
Prlneville, 240 acres Irrigated, together
with machinery and stock, J35.O0O; terms.
.Tt ,,1 T It,t,r TraH. Hlriir
160 ACRES, 80 a. alder bottom, partly im
proved; one mile from Portland dally
boat; $15 per acre; terms. C. H. Piggott,
owner, 142' 2d. Room 24.
BARGAIN stock farms. 320 acres, 400 acres.
240 acres, bo acres, 2-room house, lot; ex
change for mortgages, contracts. 208 Ger
linger bldg.. 2d and Alder.
RANCH. 00 acres, with buildings; 18 miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
for all cash. By owner. J S3 Morrison st.
SACRIFICE sale, 160-acre dairy farm, bot
tom land, Including crops, stock, machin
ery, etc. C. R. Bostwlck. Blodgett, Or.
WANTED RE.I. ESTATE.
WANTED Good stock ranch In Willam
ette Valley. Must bo cheap land; at least
25 per cent in cultivation. In exchange
for good city property, mortgages and
cash. Unless a bargain, don't waste your
time, but if you have something to offer
that your neighbors can recommend, don't
fail to see Damon or Easlcy. at Cbapln
Herlow Mis. 41 Trust Co., 332 Chamber of
For client, in Piedmont, Walnut Park,
Irvlngton, Holladay Park or Ladd's Ad
dition; lot must be KllrxlOO and on cor
ner, house 8 or 9 rooms, as good as new
and thoroughly modern; In naming price,
do so on a cash basis.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY,
102 Fourth St.
WANTED From owner, 5 or 6-room house
in South Portland, north of Pennoyer st.
Price not over $4500. E. J. Gciser, 420
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED 1 to 8-room new modern house,
from owner; must be a bargain. Address
H 3S1, Oregonian.
IU'ANT a new modern 6 or 6-room bun
galow; must be a snap and from owners
only. Address G 391, Oregonian.
FOR RENT FARMS
5 ACRES. Risley station. Oregon City car-line-
house "lid complete chicken ranch
outfit. Including Incubators and about 75
high-bred chickens, which will be sola
cheap to reliable renter. St. Charles Laud
Co., '204 Morrison st.
WA NT ED TO ItKNT FARMS.
W A N T E 1 From owner, small farm; give
full description and .price. In nrst letter
If unimproved; will consider larger place.
AE 4os, oregonian
W4.NTED To rent farm or milk route,
with or without stock, S 393. Oregonian.
WANTED To rent small farm; must have
20 acres or more In cultivation, AE 405,
FOR SALE TIMBER LAND9.
f T T i.. , Ti CT1' M D A n Kl
Ideal location for the mill: stream run
ning to railroad spur. No. 83 5th.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M' CRACK EN, 304 McKay Bldg.
W ANTE O TT M II E R LANDS.
WILL buy 20 or 30 million timber which
can be logged; price right. AB 404. Ore
WANTED To buy SO acres of good fir and
tamarack timber suitable for R. R. ties,
accessible to railroad. AV 466, Oregonian.
$SooO TO $12.0(10 worth of hardware, bug
gies, wagons, farm implements, etc.. to
exchange for a good farm in the valley,
about same value. L 3a0. Oregonian.
V v.VTKD To sell or trade a stern wheel
passenger and freight boat for a small
passenger propeller boat. AV 485, Orego
i-KOOM modern house, restricted Haw
thorne district: practically no incum-.brnnee-
will take good second mortgages
as i-art or full payment. F 3X, Oregonian.
WANTED Improved farm up to $5000; have
good hotel business of 45 rooms, clear
S150 month, worth $3000, trade for part
-. Ufa llV.inv rif
PU my-'., u-'-x m-, ..-.j, w..
pl'F timber claim, mortage $:i(l0i. long
time, equity to imue ior ttn .v tiniift
of equal value. O 411. Oregonian.
$200 EQUITY In 2 good Woodstock lots
for trade; what have you? Phone E.
4648. 148 E. 15th st
EQUITY in 9 1-5 acres, Glllis; will trade for
unincumbered lot In city, worth $90O. Call
147 3d St.
WllL trade equity of $.'025 In aurelliurst
home tor unincumoerea real estate. :
Grand ave. Apta. 32. East 300.
IMPROVED city property to exchange for
acreage partly improved. .-v aou, orego
nian. HOUSE and two lots, value $2100, equity
$10oo; exchange for clear lots, automobile
or furniture. W 400, Oregon"'-