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THE SUNDAY .OREGONIAN. PORTLAND, APRIL" 8. 1900.
FINE. BUSINESS CHANCES
H. R. LEWIS TALKS OX TIIE MANILA
Points Out Portland's Opportunity
' " Lecture Before the Commercial
Club Expnnslon Views.
H. R. LcttIb grave the members of the
Commercial Club an Interesting- and valu
able talk last evening -on the commercial
prospects of Portland In the Orient, and
particularly In the Philippines. He said
the flret great need now was transporta
tion, and then all Portland merchants had
to do to enter markets unlimited In ex
tent end greater than was ever Imagined
was to study the needs of the people there.
Mr. Lewis explained that ho went to the
Islands In the Interests of a dozen large
mercantile Arms of Portland. He said the
venturo was successful so far as trans
portation permitted and crushing tariff
regulations at Manila could be overcome.
He also admonished Portland merchants
that they knew little about the foreign
trade, but followed with the assertion that
they were quickly learning.
"The whole Orient Is open to Portland."
eald the speaker. "It Is told In two words
flour and lumber. Portland Is the cheap
est flour market In the world, and the
same may almost be said of lumber.
Every outgoing vessel from here carries
heavy cargoes of these two products, and
other merchandise will naturally follow.
JU1 those people from Vladlrostock to
Singapore, or even Calcutta, are heavj
consumers of our flour, and our lumber
meets their requirements."
Of the Manila market he spoke In the
most hopeful vein. American flour Is In
Ereat demand, as the natives are eager to
substitute It for their natrve rice and fish.
Mr. Lewis reviewed statements he made
as representative of the Manila Chamber
of Commerce, pertaining to almost pro
hibitive tariff duties, which he said bore
heaviest on the United States, because
these duties were most absurd on the
necessaries of life, which the United
States furnished. The anomaly of a Na
tion owning islands and taxing its own
nerchants heavier than the commerce of
other nations was commented on. Mr.
Lewis related an amusing Incident of how
fond the natives were of hardtack to show
their preference for breadstuffs made from
flour. The extent of the market In the
Philippines alone he could not estimate,
but he thought it great. As for the fu
ture of the Islands, the speaker said they
could paslly sustain 45000,000 people. This
was based on the fact that they were as
large as Japan, which had a population of
4iO0O.O(X. The productiveness of the soil
and the variety of articles grown were
mentioned. Mr. Lewis corrected a gen
erally current mistake concerning the
value of American lumber.
"I was always told, and especially when
I went to the Philippines, that It was ab
solutely useless to try to open up a mar
ket there for our lumber, owing to the rav
ages of the white ant. I want to say the
white ant Is a bugbear. Under favorable
conditions he wl'l cat out a piece of lum
ber, but this Is ordinarily where it touches
the ground and Is In a damp place. So far
as his ravages not being prevented that Is
elmply nonsense. The Government is now
building a largo cold-storage plant, worth
over $303,000. and many other buildings, and
using Oregon fir to do It with. This lum
ber, I understand. Is to be treated with
some sort of a preventltlve."
Mr. Lewis opened the eyes of the mer
chants by giving them some inside figures
of the Immense trade possible in the Ori
ent. He said Kobe. Japan, today had more
tonnage visiting It than did New Tork. and
he named several of the big open ports on
the Asiatic coast where from 50 to 75 big
pteamers could be seen discharging or load
ing cargo at once. While he was In Shang.
hal he met a commercial traveler, who in.
Jormed him in a matter-of-fact way that
he had just taken a single order from a
Chinese merchant for IS 000 reams of writ
ing-paper. This was only one dealer, who
paid, as all the Chinese merchants do, cash
upon receipt of the goods. Of steamer op
portunities Mr, Lewis said:
"There is room at the present day for
a steamer running from Portland to the
Hawaiian Islands, thence to Manila and
on to Singapore and return. Singapore ex
ports annually to this country something
like 75,000 tons of merchandise. Portland
Is the only city on the Coast where o
6teamer line Is possible at the present
time, owing to traffic conditions existing,
and should, without question, make every
effort to secure at the earliest possible day
steamer accommodations. I have been
trying for six months to ship some flour
to the Islands for one of the firms I went
there for, and am yet urtab'e to do so for
.want of sufficient space."
At tne close or ms remarks Mr. Lewis
added that he was an ardent expansion
ist. In tho broadest sense, which brought
quite an applause from the audience. He
wished to disabuse the minds of all who
thought the Philippines would be a dead
weight on the hands of any government.
A hard hit was given thoe advocating
turning the Island over to Filipino govern
ment: "We cannot no more leave there, no
more give them up, no more barter them
away, than we can fly. It Is Impossible.
We are there protecting the Interests of
every nation in Europe, and we must pro
tect them. I do not believe there,ls a sin
gle American who sincerely desires us to
Slve them up to England.'Germany, Russia
or any other country, or even turn them
-ever to the monkey Filipinos, which they
Teally are. They know nothing about gov
ernment, are divided Into countless tribes,
speaking as many languages. No nation
In Europe would permit us to turn their
interests there over to those people there,
who would simply cut their throats and
take their property."
President Cake. In Introducing Mr.
Lewis, said the club owed gratitude to the
enterprising firms that had sent Mr. Lewis
Into this new field. He further commented
on the co-operative spirit being mani
fested. IN THE SEVERAL COURTS.
' Judge. Frnier Will Announce Decis
ions Tomorrow Notes.
Judge Frazer will announce decisions
Monday morning In the following cases:
W. H. Pope va Portland Railroad Com
pany; motion for a new trial.
E. T. Williams vs. City Lumber Com-
pany: motion to strike out parts of answer
and demurrer to further separate answer.
Marie Pander vs. Castle Lodge, No. 13,
K. of P.; motion to strike out and de
murrer to complaint.
Edward B. Leigh vs. I. B. Hammond:
demurrer to complaint
G. G. Willis vs. George C. Sears: motion
to strike out. and motion to make mora
definite and certain.
John Poole vs. NIcolal Bros. Co.: on
Louisa E. Zlmsley was appointed admin-
Ilstratrlx of the estate of her husband, Du
risch Zlnsley, deceased, valued at $300. She
land two children are the heirs.
Julia L. Hammond was appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of A. G. Ham
mond, deceased, valued at COM. She and
her mother, D. Hammond, are the heirs.
and also the estate of Olla Hammond, a
C Bucher. executor of the will of Fran-
Icls Weiss, deceased, filed a report show-
line 11079 receipts and J6S3 paid out. He
I pays he Is still engaged In collecting as
sets. The third semrarmuai report of c Bu
tcher, as administrator of the estate of
Ijohn I Bernhard, deceased, was filed.
showing 3793 received and Jl.l Balance on
F. Abendroth. administrator or tne es-
ate of Merch Flanders, deceased, med a j
report, showing 3139 receipts and 90 bal
ance on hand.
Martha Nlckerson. administratrix of tho
estate of Arthur L. Nlskerso'h, deceased,
petitioned for leave to sell three acres of
land to pay claims.
Darwin H. Cheney, guardian of Walter
J. Cheney, a minor, was authorized to sell
10 acres of land.
John M. Cress, administrator of the es
tate of Joslah K. Holmes, deceased, filed
his final report. The estate was ap
praised at 35771. of which 31710 was cash.
RED CROSS NEEDS AID.
California Society Appeals to Orejfon
SAN FRANCISCoTMarch S. 1930-Mre.
Henry E. Jones. President of the Oregon
Emergency Corps and Red Cross Society
My Dear Madam: Mrs. Harrington finds
It necessary. In view of our almost com
plete state of "bankruptcy, to appeal to tho
friends of the California lied Cross
throughout the country for assistance to
keep our doors open for a season longer.
On this coast it Is a well-known fact
that California assisted In some .way every
regiment passing through, asking nothing
for her own men. That assistance was
gladly given, and in many cases appre
ciated, and Me would not now ask a return,
except that each transport brings some
pitiful cases, which do not come under
Government, and consigned direct to us
by nurses, etc, in the Philippines, or their
own families elsewhere, and how can we
close our work In the face of all this suf
fering? If only you everybody could
look Into our ofilce tho day after the ar
rival of a transport, a ready, hearty re
sponse would follow from all over this
great, generous country. We ber of the
country simply to help their sons and
brothers through us. They are not Call
fornlans, but that makes no difference to
If you can further our case In any way,
please do so. and receive our everlasting
gratitude. Cordially yours,
KATHARINE B. ELLIOTT.
By order Mrs. W. R. Harrington. Presi
dent of California State Red Cross So
ciety. This touching appeal for assistance was
received by the president of, the Emer
gency Corps and Red Cross Society of this
city a few days ago, and, after delibera
tion. It was decided to present the sub
ject to the public through the columns of
The Orcgonlan. As a society. It Is Im
possible to take any action in the mat
ter, as practically the work of the organ
ization Is ended, and the balance In the
treasury of the society, which Is by no
means large. Is pledged to tho monument
fund and cannot bo used for other pur
poses. This money was given by the people of
Oregon for this object, and therefore Is
counted a sacred trust, and will be kept
until It can be applied toward the erec
tion of a fitting memorial for the dead of
the Second Regiment of Oregon Volun
teers. But this appeal from the California Red
Cross Society ought not for this reason
to be disregarded. On the broad ground
of humanity, every Individual should feel
It a personal obligation to do something,
and rejoice that an opportunity Is given
to assist the faithful women of San Fran
cisco In their noble and disinterested
work. For nearly two years they have
labored for the relief of the sick and
needy soldiers who have passed that way.
As a state, we remember with gratitude
their thoughtful attentions to the sol
diers of Oregon, both going to and return
ing from the Philippines, and what they
did for our soldiers they did equally well
for those from other states.
That these unceasing demands require
a large amount of money Is also well
known, and the constant drain upon the
treasury has been met hitherto by the
people of California without a murmur.
Now their society Is practically bank
rupt, and for the first time asks the peo
ple of the states whose soldiers have been
and are still Its care, for help, that yet
a little longer it may carry on this relief
work. This is a work In which every state
Interested should be glad to assist. Let
Oregon nee to it that she does her part,
and every Individual, as far as possible,
contribute something towards this fund,
that these sick and disabled soldiers, as
they reach their home land, may receive
proper care until they are able to be sent
to their resictlve states.
As an organization, the Emergency
Corps regrets its Inability to take active
steps, but every member will do her part
to further the work.
Donations In money, no matter how
email the amount, will be thankfully re
ceived, and may be sent to the secretary
of tho society. Mrs. F. E. Lounsbury. 13
Seventh street, Portland. Acknowledg
ments will be made through the press.
Let every Individual and society come
forward now and gladly help our sister
state In her time of need, as she unself
ishly cares for the sick and suffering sol
diers of this great Nation.
MRS. HENRY E. JONES.
President Oregon Emergency Corps and
Red Cross Society.
Captain Jack and the Preacher.
Klamath Falls Republican.
An Interesting Incident Is related In con
nection with tho execution of Captain
Jack, who was one of the Indians hanged
In this county for taking a leading part
In tho Modoc War. The day before his
death. Captain Jack was visited by a
number of the clergy and asked to re
ceive the ordinance of baptism and other
wise prepare himself for a comfortable
reception at the end of his Journey on
the morrow, being told of heaven's bliss
and the means to attain it. Then Jack
Inquired of the divine If he were actually
sure of heaven and wayto get there, to
which an affirmative answer -was given,
with positive assurance. Whereupon Jack
replied: "As for me. I feel a trifle un
certain about the matter, and you being
sure, I'll make this proposition to you:
You take my place tomorrow and go to
that region, about which you haven't
a single doubt, and In return for the fa
vor Til give you all I've got 10 ponies
to add to your estate. I'm not usually
very particular, but In this Instance, feel
ing somen hat uneasy about the result,
would a little rather stay here."
. At 10:50 this morning there will be con
firmation services at St. Paul's German
Lutheran Church, East Twelfth and Clin
ton streets. Rev. August ICrauee will
confirm a class of 13. For this event the
church has been elegantly decorated with
Oregon grape leaves and other wild ever
greens. and Is very attractive. '
Feel bad today?
Over-eatinc, workinc: and drinkintr may have caused it. or von.
may have caught cold. Makes
a neaaacne. io upon our advice just once and take
9 A'Kf rv.
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
No mercurial or pill poison in CASCARETS, bnt an absolutely
harmless, purely vegetable compound. Pleasant, palatable,
potent. They taste good and do good. Get the genuine C.C.C,
Any druggist, 10c, 25c, 50c Take one now and
i Feel well
HB MOTHER'S GENEROUS GIFT TO
She Will Furnish Turkish Bath Fit.
tlnn and Put In a Memorial
The Multnomah .Amateur Athletic Club
has been the recipient of a most generous
gift, and at the same time a gift most
befitting the memory of an estimable
young man. a late membsr of the club.
Mrs. RcsA F. Burrell, on behalf of her
self, j& mother, and Walter F. Burrell,
Mrs. 'Gordon Voorhles and Mrs. William
S. Blddle, brother and sisters of the late
Herman J. Burrell, In memory of him,
have offered to furnish entire In marble
and tiling' the rooms of the Turkish bath
department ol the new clubhouse, and
also to erect an alcove window In the
Mrs. Burrell and family will defray all
costs of enamel wall tiling for theystalr
case leading from the natatorlum to the
Turkish department, entrance to the cooling-room
and for lining the walls of the
hot-room, and of the steam-room with
Rutland Vermont marble; also to furnish
enameling for all the ceilings of these
several rooms. Art mosaic tiling will he
laid on the floors of all the rooms of the
Turkish bath department.
In addition to this rich endowment to
the club Mrs. Burrell and family will
erect a carved alcove window In the reading-room
adjoining the fireplace, which al
cove will be filled with panel scats. Archi
tect Lazarus Is Instructed to furnish all
wood trimmings In keeping with the elab
orate furnishings mentioned.
The board of directors, on behalf of the
club," replied to this kindly offer accept
ing the same, and expressing as best they
could the feeling not only of gratitude for
the gift, 'but also the sense of deep loss
to tho club, and sympathy to the family
on account of the death of Herman J.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
Ileal Rstnte Transfers.
Harvev Goodalo and wife to Anna De-
J mol. lot 10. block 2, Wosdlawn Heights,
April 7. jioiflL
Taylor Payne and wife to Daniel Kelle
her. lot 10, Palatine Hill No. 2. March
George L. "Rahmer and wife to Albert
J. Rahmer. lot 3, block 3, Lincoln Park.
April 7, 330.
Michael O'Brien to C C Wise et al., lot
2. block 97, Stephens' Addition, March
W. P. Fuller & Co. to E. E. Merges,
lots 1 to 9 Inclusive, block 3, Cameron's
addition. March 2V313S0.
P. IL Marlay to Mark O'Neill, lots 3,
1 and 5, block L Patton's Subdivision lot
C, April 6, 31.
P. H. Marlay to James and Margaret
Muldoon. lots 1. 2. 6, 19 and 20. block 1.
Patton's Subdivision lot C, M- Patton
I tract. April 5. 31.
) Guaranty Savings & Loan Association
to Susan I. Zander, east 35 feet of west
70 feet lots 9 and 10, block 33, Albino,
March 30. 31050.
S. W. King to Harvey F. Cooley, lot 1,
block IK. Caruthers' Addition; lots 9 and
10. block It. Subdivision Rlvcrview Addi
tion, Alblna: lots 1 and 2, block 5; lots 15
and IS, block 8, Cloverdalc Extension: lot
10. block L Rosedale, April 3, 31.
C. B. Bellinger and wife to Daisy B.
Knapp, lots 1 and 2, block 90, Holiday's
Addition. April 6, 33000.
Louise H. Martin and husband to Minnie
C. Dammeler, lot 1, block 12S, Irvlngton,
February 6, 31000. .
April E S. M. Noonan, age 2 years 6
months, 1SS Gllsan street; scarlet fever.
April C Mary McDonald, age 33 years,
April 5 J. Hyromlnus. age 23 years.
Good Samaritan Hospital; pulmonary tu
berculosis. April C Sarah Robinson, age 60 years.
977 East Madison street; hemorrhage of
April 1 Boy, to the wife of Albert
Syrmg. 792 Mississippi avenue.
March 1G Boy. to the wife of William
F. Murr. 105 North Nineteenth street.
March IG Boy, to tho wlfo of Chris
tian Woolslfer, Seventh and Caruthers
March 17 Girl, to the wife of Edwin
Philips, 510 Montgomery street.
E. W. Erlckson, aged 33, Ida E. Ander
son, aged 2S; Charles Sharnke. 2$. Mar
garet Schneeberger, 30: R. W. Roberts. 27,
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
POItTLAND, April 7.-3 P. II. Maximum
temperature, 40; minimum temperature. 37;
river readme at II A. II.. 0 3 feet; change In
the last 2t hours, 0.3 foot; total precipitation,
8 P. M. to 8 P. 1L. 0 08 Inch; total precipita
tion from Sept. 1, 1809, St. SO Inches: normal
precipitation from Sept- 1, 1S00. 39 08 Inches;
deficiency, S inches: total sunshine April &
0.00; pnstble sunshine April 0, 1307.
The storm over Western Montana last night
has advanced to the Dakota. A blsh-preaaurc
area, of considerable strergth Is slowly ad
vancing" up the coast, and Its presence Is In
dicative of fair weather In the North Pacific
Coant States for Sunday, and probably also
Monday. A few small and widely (Scattered
showers occurred Saturday In Washington. r"
etron. Northern California. Nevada, and Utah.
It Is unseasonably cool in all North Pacific
Coast State, and severe frosts are probable
tonlcnt east of the mountains, and the)' pos
sibly may occur In some localities to the west
Forecasts made atPortland for the S3 hours
ending at midnight Sunday. April 8:
Wertem Oregon and Western Washington
Fair and warmer: westerly winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair: probably frosts Sunday night;
wanner Monday; south to weet winds.
Portland and v lctnlty Fair; probably frost
early Sunday morning; wanner Sunday after
noon. EDWARD-A. DEALS. Forecast Official.
you feel mean bad taste and
Full Swell-Front Bedroom Suits,
golden oak, for
Moquette Carpets, sewed, laid with Cr
lining, per yard - 0 jL
Sixty-five different patterns Sideboards, from
$10 to $75.
For house furnishing 'we have the best in the
city. Everybody invited to come and inspect our-
fine selection of goods, at
172?174 FIRST STREET
4-STORY RED BLOCK
HENRY JENNINGS SONS
Whitman County, "Wash., Ethel G. Hat
IJoyd "Wright, age 9 years, 211 Glbbs
street; typhoid fever.
Sohmer Pianos. "Wiley B. Allen Co.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Itooma, "Roozna and Board." "Houtekeep.
tag Rooma." SItuatlana Wanted," 15 wordi or
leta, IS cent; IS to 20 worda. 20 ctnta: 21 to 23
word;, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional
UNDBR ALT. OTHER BEADS except "?
Today," 30 cent for 15 worda or lata; 18 to 10
worda, 40 cents; 21 to 25 word. SO cents, etc
Rrst Insertion. Each additional Insertion, oi.e
half ; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (sacs measure agate), IS
eenta per line, first Insertion: 10 cent per Ur
for each additional Insertion.
NOTICE TO CATHOLIC KNIGHTS.-Cathollc
Knlchts will asnemhle at their hall at 8:4a
Monday A. M.. to attend the funeral services of
their late brother, Mareno Zan.
Q. HARTMAN. President.
KAFKA April a 1900, to the wife of S. Kafka,
a son. Mother and child dolnc well.
BROWN April 6. at her residence. 131 Third
at., after a lingering; Illness of oer four
yearn from paralyse llrsi A. M. Brown,
beloved mother of Dr. C. B. Charlton and
valentine Brown, of this city, and Mrs. E. A.
Stnens, of Olympla. Wash. Funeral sen Ices
Sunday at 2 P. it. from cathedral, 15th anj
Davis. Interment at Lone Fir Cemetery.
CONNER In this city, at her residence. 615
bUth St.. April T. 10jA Mrs. Ellen O. Conner.
Funeral notice later.
COLTON April 6. at Hudson. Mich.. Mrs. T.
O. Colton, mother of H. O. Colton. of thli
EDWARD HOLMA. Undertaker. 4th
and Yamhill sts. Rena atlnson, lady
assistant. Doth phones No. B07.
J. P. FIXLET Jb SOJT. Undertaken.
Lady Assistant. 2TS Third st. Tel. 0.
F. S. DUNKING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady Assistant. Doth phones.
n50r5Lpce!y ent lowers. Clarke
Bros. 2S0 Morrison. Both phones.
BY J. T. WILSON
At 240 Fifth Street, Between Main
and Madison, on Tuesday,
April 10, at lO A. M.
TTftVlniT rAftolva1 lnaniAlnn.
Av.. mi r.'rr"""" "u ine
--..v.., n4 bui kiia wumenis 01 ine store.
ffiKRPV.3" irX.. .WRITING
-ww... ..w.i.; ctttn uiw. iron aox (over
MJ0): Combination Walnut Writing;
i;xrJiJrJ; wiiuuurauon w ruing uc&K.
ROSEWOOD BIUC-A-BRAC STAND
SLn2.B,.ackWal?unyardrobe 9 feet hlehlj
w.....w...,,( n . illlllUI , JJ, lip f J pj
TABLE, with drawers; Baby Buggies;
t" ifccAiihciiut, ituniruoe; separate
Dressers and Commodes; Hair Mattrefn:
w.u a iiuiuim, upnoaiereu ana
Cane-seat Chairs and Rockers- Fine Par-
iur 1.-IU.L3. .iiaiiKinK utmps; unina Clos
et; ST, CLAIR STEEL RANGE (6 holes):
and Chairs, etc
The above furniture la In first-class con
dition, and will bo sold without reserve.
I will also sell E0 dozen patent hat fast
eners, and IS dozen cuxllfijr Irons.
J. T WILSON, Auctioneer.
At Salesrooms, 182 First Street, on
Wednesday, April 11, at
10 A. M.
Of a nice lot of Household Furniture
Square Piano, etc, comprising heavy OAK
EXTENSION TABLE (8 ffot); anothi?
Oak Extension Table; UnhoUtercd Arm
chair: Center Tables: Walnut Whatnot;
6 Vienna Chairs; Patent Sprlnoedge
Couch: Cobble-scat Rockers; Chiffonier
Lace Curtains: Art Square and Brussels
Carpets: BRONZE CHANDELIER- Elec
tric Light Fixtures; Child's Desk. Swing
Chair and other Notions; Go -Cart and
Baby Buggies; Lady's and Gent's Bicycle
Bamboc Stand and Shelf; Lady Fine
SIDE SADDLE and Bridle; Slot Machine
Hardwood Bedroom Suits: Springs and
Mattremes: LARGE MANTEL BED, with
mirror and double-shelf; Separate Bu
reaus, Lamps. Cook Stores. Heaters; 2
Wardrobes: Kitchen Safe; Crockery and
other useful lots.
Also several pieces of good SILVER
WARE. Cake Stand. Castor, etc
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
At Salesrooms, 162 First Street, on
Friday, April 13, at
Of high-priced Groceries,
Dayton Computing Scales,
And Other Fixtures.
This stock of Fine Groceries having been'
removed to the auction rooms for conven
ience or sale, will be sold without reserve
The stock comprises: High-priced Corn
and Canned Goods. Crosse & Blackwcll and
other Pickles, Jams and Jellies: Spices
Mustard; Canned Beef. Lobster; Teas and
Coffees; Tobacco, Soap, Washing Sodas:
Sauces. Dried Fruits, Syrup (In barrel and
cans); Canned Fruit; Vinegar; Rolled
Oats: Tomatoes and all other lines which
are fouud in a first-class irrocery stock.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Money to Loan at 6 Per Cent
On city property: no brokerage.
irt t.uaoiDer 01 ix)mxneroe.
On improve! dty and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loses. Macmaster A Blrrell. 311 Worcester Uk.
PARRiSH & WATKINS
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents
250 Alder Street
IDEAL SUBURBAN HOME
On the East Side, close to two car
linen; four ncres, all lis choice fruit
trees, fine lienrlnir condition TO
cherries, 75 apples, BO pears, 210
Italian prunes, 8 yearn old) nlmnil
ant suinll fruits. Modern K-room
house, bath, liasemeat; Eoocl hnru
and 'chlcken-houset water piped to
barn. Price only JJlUiOO.
TITLE GUAHAATEE & THUST CO.,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
Auction & Commission Company
S. L N. OILMAN. Auctioneer
Special auction sale of valuable house
hold furniture at residence. We are In
structed by Mrs. S. A. Staver to sell by
public auction (TOMORROW) MONDATi,
APRIL 9. at THE RESIDENCE. NO.l
CLAY STREET. CORNER OF 12TH.
commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.. all the
COSTLY FURNITURE and fittings of
residence, comprising In part PARLOR
FURNITURE, the very beat quality of
BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS. In double
parlors. solid MAHOGANY EASY
nns Klpratitlv imholstered In costly
silk, silk taoestry. and satin. MAHOG
ANY COMFORTABLE KUliKEK. i
RICH UPHOLSTERING, TURKISH
EASY CHAIR, handsome sofa, Wakefield
settee, ONYX and BRASS TABLE, very
fine ebony unique table, handsome solid
CHERRY BOOKCASE, made to order,
couches, handsome piano stool In brass.
COSTLY LACE CURTAINS IN PAR
LORS (Imported lace). RUGS of various
dimensions (Smyrna, etc), the CARPETS
throughout the house are all of the BEST
BODY BRUSSELS AND CHOICE PAT
TERNS, a fine rocker, upholstered in
leather, a flno CRAYON (horse's head,
after Rosa Bonheur), oil painting, por
tieres, handsome sofa nnd chair In velvet
plush, also SOLID OAK DINING-ROOM
FURNITURE of S DINING CHAIRS
AND CARVERS IN LEATHER and ouk.
solid oak EXTENSION TABLE, very
handsome black walnut SIDEBOARD,
plain white HAVILAND CHINA (very
handsome), dishes, plated ware, 'Jars of
fruit, etc, carving sets, sewing machine,
hall and stair carpets, handsome HALL
RACK, with plate-glass mirror, handsome
quarter-sawed house desk, a VERY
FINE SOLID WALNUT BEDROOM
SUIT, plain finish, with DRESSING-CASE
fitted with FRENCH PLATE MIRROR,
and the best WHITE CURLED-HAIR
and other MATTRESSES, feather pillows,
springs, comforters, blankets, toilet crock
ery, other fine BEDROOM SUITS, com
filete. odd rockers, standi, etc.. also a
ady's ENGLISH PIGSKIN SIDESAD
DLE, letter press, folding table. letter
files, revolving office chairs, complete box
of tools, about 100 VOLS. MISCELLAN
EOUS BOOKS, including works of value,
a very HANDSOME WINDSOR FOLD
ING BED In BLACK WALNUT, dreslm:
case. etc. also a good PRIZE HUB
COOK STOVE, with top oven, and many
other lots of useful articles, garden hose,
etc: sale (TOMORROW) MONDAY, AT 10
A- M. N. B. The sale will begin with
the PARLOR FURNITURE. BOOKS
will be sold Jn the afternoon.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
of Household Furniture
We invite the attention of BUYERS OF
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE to sale of
HANDSOME GOODS. AT 411 WASHING
TO STREET, ON TUESDAY. APRIL 10,
AT 10 A. M. THIS LINE INCLUDES A
FINE LINE OF FURNITURE AND
CARPETS, INCLUDING HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION:
also oak roll-top desk, office chairs, steel
range, costly bookcase, mahogany chairs,
and the furniture of residence, from the
Heights, also a very valuable OIL PAINT
ING, by a well-known artist. Sale Tues
day, 10 1 A. M.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Household
WE ARE INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY
PUBLIC AUCTION. ON FRIDAY NEXT.
APRIL 13. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. A FINE
LINE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AND EFFECTS FROM RESIDENCE.
ALSO A FINE TWO-SEATED SURREY,
ALMOST NEW. Sale Friday next at 10
A. M. S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Preliminary Notice of Auction
Sale of Household Fur
. niture, etc.
The Rev. R. W. Farquhar has instructed
us to sell by public auction at tho resi
dence, NO. 371 MULTNOMAH STREET
(on account of departure for Europe), all
his handsome FURNITURE and almost
now KNABE PIANO. Sale will take place
at RESIDENCE, upon MONDAY, APRIL
IS, at 10 A. M. Take Vancouver or Wood
lawn car. Particulars later.
S. L. Jt. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
We have a valuable adjustable invalid
chair for sale, at No. 411 Washington
street- S. L. N.. GILMAN. Auction..
SPECIAL SALE OF HIGH-CLASS
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., ON
Tuesday Next, April 10
At 2 O'CLOCK at the CENTRAL AUC
TION ROOMS, corner Alder and Park. W e
shall sell attractive nnd up-to-date furni
ture, comprising AN ELEGANT PARLOR
CABINET, very artistic and reflecting.
French plate mirror back, a ftrst-cla&s
COMBINATION BOOKCASE, with lofty
mirrors, round glass front, and swell desk.
a costly KIDNEY-SHAPE TABLE. IN
SPANISH MAHOGANY AND MARQUE
TERIE. highly polished, a pretty BIRD'S
EYE MAPLE CENTER TABLE, PAR
LOR DESK IN GENUINE MAH6GANY
and richly inlaid front; UPRIGHT PI
ANO trlcord. and In good condition;
MUSIC CABINET In mahogany, odd
pieces of upholstery, lace curtains, hand
some portieres, oil paintings. "JOHN
SONS UNIVERSAL CYCLOPEDIA. In
seal leather binding. S vols., VELVET
and body Brussels carpets, oak and ma
hogany bedroom suits, modern atvle Iron
bedsteads, complete with springs, mat
tresses ur.u reamer pillows. oaK and
WHITE MAPLE bureaus. BIRD'S-EYE
MAPLE DRESSING T.iBLES, quartered
oak extension table, sideboard, with swell
front and very large French plate mirror,
large walnut hall tree, walnut hlclr-haclc
settee In hair cloth (heirloom), flrst-cliss
cupper-euge oediounge. H. H. treasure
and other household goods; all In excel
lent condition and recently new. Ladie3
are Invited to view the goods on Tuesday
morning. SALE AT 2 P. M.
GEORGE BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On THURSDAY NEXT. APRIL 12. AT 10
A. M.. corner Alder nnd Park streets,
mantel bads, bedroom nets, body Brussels
carpets, lace curtains, sideboard, exten
sion tables, dining chairs, cr6ckery and
general household effects. Sale at 10 A. M.
GEORGE BAKER &. CO.. Auctioneers.
BY J. C. CURRIE
Of high-class furniture, carpets, etc,
on WEDNESDAY NEXT. 11TH APRIL.
AT 10 A. M., at that large family resi
dence, 9S4 EAST SALMON STREET, the
parlor furniture, which Is in odd pieces,
handsome GOLDEN OAK DINING TA
BLE, chairs, eight-day alarm clock, mag
nificent OAK B. R, SET. spring and
WHITE CURLED-HAIR MATTRESSES,
mahogany writing desk. Iron bed, brass
trimmed, MALLEABLE IRON SIDES and
ends, spring and mattress, two ART
SQUARES, In handsome pattern BRUS
SELS, toilet sets, child's crib and mat
tress. MAHOGANY WRITING DESK,
two chiffoniers, lace curtains, shades. New
Home SEWING MACHINE. GOOD COOK
STOVE, OAK HALL TREE, refrigerator.
Ice cream freezer, dishes, a complete list
of kitchen requisites, etc This sale Is
POSITIVELY UNRESERVED as Mrs.
Currle leaves on tho following day for
SCOTLAND. S. D., to sell her property,
nnd I decided to relinquish housekeeping
until she returns. Take Sunnysldo or
Mount Tabor cars to 33d street.
JOHN CAMPBELL CURRIE,
On Thursday next, April 12. at 10 A. M;,
at the new auction-rooms. No. 262 First
street, corner Madison, I will offer for
positive sale a choice selection of useful
and ornamental household furniture,
stoves, carpets, etc Also ono Estey or
gan. In good condition.
John Campbell Currie,
Oregon Phono North HI.
This benntlfal residence property,
on the Sunn) side Jk Mount Tabor
car line, between East Twentieth
and East Twenty-Sixth streets, 12
mlnntes' ride and 25 mlnntes trnlk
front Third and Morrison-streets, Is
now on the market, at very loir
prices. Streets Improved, water
mains nnd sewer laid. Belmont
street, the main avenue of fravel
east nnd Treat, passes through the
HOMES ON INSTALLMENTS.
We will build houses for purchas
ers In Tilton'a Addition on plans
approved by our architect, nnd the
same may be paid for In easy month
ly installments, extending over a
term of years. Interest at O per cent.
Any one who pays his rent promptly
can under this arrangement become
his own landlord and In a few years
own his own home.
TITLE GUARANTEE X: TRlST CO.,
T Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
Or. Ground floor, Fourth-street
BAROADJS IN W3AL ESTATE
i SSO&HW, Union &ve Vancouver car Has.
x 4uO Coture and lot. Mt- Tabor Place.
s iSOVoaUuxK a full block.
S Sou Central Alblna. lOuxlCU. .
X TOO Lane, lot on E. Darts st. 1 .
800 Woodlawn. 60x100 and cottage1.
X1O0O Sonnyslde, lot and 6-room cottage.
"Flaw Two choice lota oa E. Morrison and E.
J150O Two lota, comer E. Couch and E. 2Sd.
SICuO Two lots, corner E. Ankeny and E. 22J.
l!MO Three full lots. E. Alder and E. 'JSXh.
2utO Three lota, Belmont and E. Sid.
S2100 100x100, E. 17th and E. Washington.
aoo Alblna residence, 8 rooms, lot 16x100.
2SO0 Cottage and lot. E. Asa and E. SOth.
2O-10OxltX. E. 11th snd E. Washington.
f31uo Four lot, cor. E. Uuraelde and E. ZZS.
JSSO Cottage and two lots racing south, E.
. ,. Ash . between E. SOth and E. 22d.
3T50 Holladay Add.. SOxlUO. and new S-rocm
modem Colonial; etery convenience;
"4000 Handsome residence, 8 rooms and all
modem conveniences, with 100x105 feet
ground, on Mt- Tabor car 'lne.
4000 SOxSO. and two houses, corner Kearney
and N. 13th.
XS50O Half block on ISth and Johnson.
Our list of properties Is a large one. Call
and let us know what you want-' Having
ampla funds at our disposal, we can arrange
for easy terms on all properties Bold by us.
Abstracts furnished and titles Insured.
TITLE GUARANTEE &. TRUST CO..
7 Chamber of Commerce.
A. J. FARMER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
grocery. 3-Ib. pall pure lard. 4Cc: 10-lb. pall
pure lard. 85c; best creamery butter. 50o
roll: Corvallls creamery butter. 45c roll; fresh
Oregon eggs. 2 down. S5c; new mild cheese,
10c lb.; best Eastern hams, 12c lb.; picnic
hams. Do la.; 5 loates fresh bread, 10c: 3
pints fresh milk, 6c; fresa Oregon crackers,
Ce, by the box; 4-lb. package Germea. 20c; 2
lbs. Arbuckle's cr Lion coffee. 23c: good Gun
powder tea. SOa lb.: good English Breakfast,
tea. 30c lb.: Valley cour, warranted, GOo a
sack; Gold Dust washing powder. 15c; 10 bars
Cudahy's soap. SSc; 4 packages Mother's
Mush. 25c; lo-lb. sack graham Sour. 15c; 3
large Lake Superior white fish. 25c; 6 cans
American sardines, 25c: 2 cans tomatoes, 15c;
4-gaL Jacket honey drips syrup. SI 35; lba.
black: tigs. S5c: JOO lbs. best granulated
sugar, S5.S0. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both
HEWITT 3-LBS. GRANULATED SUOAll
for $1 with all general orders of groceries; 19
lbs tor (1. sugar alone; 3 cans evaporated
cream. 25c: full-weight creamery butter, 45c
and 50c; Hour. r0c CSc and 70c per sack;
hard-T.heat Diamond flour. SOc per sack; Java
and Mocha, coffee. 25c per lb., always uni
form: tea. sold regularly at 75c per lb., cut
to 40c; maple syrup. In bulk, cut to SOo-per
gallon: 10-lb. sacks buckwheat- pure, now
only 25c: two 3-lb. packaged washing pow
der, only 25c: Alaska herring, only 10c dozen;
two 3-lb. cartons soda cracker. 35c We de
liver In Alblna Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridaysi. A. Hewitt. liiO Third, near Yam
hill. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
Eastern hams, per lb ....12?a
Fresh ranch eggs. 2 dozen . J
10 lba. rolled oats 25o
10-lb. sack yellow or white commeal...20a
Best Valley flour 70o
Fancy creamery butter, per roll........53
Smoked nalmon. per lb 10a
Full cream cheese. 2 lbs So
Royal Mocha and Java coffee, per lb 25a
We carry a full Una of fresh vegetables.
Also nice line of fruits.
. FIELD. CAMPBELL & CO..
573-37S East Morrison st
BUTTER IS LOWER ALL BEST CREAMERT
butter. 45c an.l SOc. full 2 lbs.: fresh, sweet
dairy huttcr. 35c and 40c: country butter. 30
CSc; Oregon ranch eggs. 2 dozen. 25c: East
ern efeg. 10c: picnic hams. 0c: Eastern
bacon. 10c; Rock Candy Drips nyruj. 1
gallon. 40c; Lion coffee. 2 lbs. for 25c: Java
coffee. 10c Save money, buy Vour goods at
wholesale price. La Grande Creamery Co.,
2tX Yamhill. Both phones.
SUBURBAN ACREAGE. SMALL TRACTS,
for sale. Several choice pieces. Improved and
uHlmproved. ruhurban tracts. 2 to 50 acres
each: some within city limits; ctae to car
lines, with de-lrable residences. M. G. Grif
fin, 2R2 The Marquam.
TOLL-WEIGHT CREAMERY BUTTER, 50a
per 2-pound roll: fresh Oregon eggs. 2 dozen
for 25c: 1 gallon table srrup (In bulk). 40c:
2 pint bottle catsup. 25c At McKlnnon'a
Grocery, 173 Third. Both phones.
RECEIVFD AN EXTRAORDINARILY GOOD
Hn cf lace curtains, portieres, table covers,
nigs and bedspreads. Eay weekly payment
or cash. Eastern Outfitting Co., 3SS-30O
DIAMONDS. PEARL". EMERALDS. RINGS:
lieautlful dpw'gTM. Jewelry made to order. Old
gold taken in exchange. TlngTys. 2434 Mor
rison, over the Famous.
INVFSTMENT SECURITIES. rORT OF PORT
land K.nc'j for sale. Ah stn.iicn. 15000 to
loan: lo-v rates. G. Good. Cvnconl Bldg.
TO I.O W I'ltlVATD MOMY, '
In sums to suit, from $5f to $35,000. at lowef t
ratcti of Interest, on city and farm property.
M. G. Griffin. 202 The JIanuam.
JUST RECEIVED CARGO OF
PACIFIC COAST CO..
Telephone 223. 211) Washington st.
On Improved city property, at lowest rates.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co., T Chamber of
Highest market price paid fcr municipal and
ffchool bonda. Lowest rate on mortesffd loans.
Will take charge of tauites aa acent or truste
on reasonable terms.
W. H. FKAH. 410 Chamber c Commerce.
$i7or cetkii ADDrrinv, o CAtt
line, 111V.X125 fett nnd (J-room col
tnppt luith, linnoiiient nttlc; nil
UltidH fruit. limine cont more than,
price imkcil. I'huto nt ofllee. Title
(innrnntcc t Trimt Co., 7 Chamber
HOMES ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN
The undersigned Lb prepared to build rest-
denecs In IninptJn. the most popular suburb
of Portland, and eell them at actual cost, with
G per rent Interest, on the Installment plarv
whereby the purchaser has to pay but a sllsit
adtance aboe the usual amount of rental
charted for .similar residences.
a ic. FitnscoTT.
212-213 Chamber of Commerce.
We have for nle In tills ilellhtfal
anil liculthy district n fevr li nnd no mo
rcMldenccK mtli Hpneloun'nnil beauti
ful Krounrin nt lirlcen tvhlch cannot
fall to urate attractive to Intending
In re linn era. Also n feir choice build,
lilt; Mite or acre nnd linlf-ncro
title: GUHAvrrn & tiiust co.,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
For n short time only, we offer a
limited numlier of choice Iut In hnn
nyslde at reduced prlceM. Sannyitldc
has the bent ear service In the cltyt
iTell-lmiiroved streets, sewers, vrnt
cr. electric lights, lire protection.
Rood schools, nnd Is only 1 min
utes' ride nnd within ensy vvnlkjn?
distance of Third nnd Morrison st.
For further particular and terms
TITLE GrMIlAVTEK .T- TRUST CO.,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
Ground floor, 4th st. side.
Notice Is hereby given that the board of ex
aminers for Multnomah County will hold tho
regular examination of aipllcanti for teachers
county certificates. In the rooms of the Port
land Business ColleRe. Fifth and Yamhill
streets, on April 11. 12 and 12. commencing at
9 o'clock In the forenoon and continuing until
4 o'clock In the afternoon of each day.
Branches for "Wednesday Penmanship, his
tory, orthography, reading.
Branches for Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, school law.
BrancbeH for Friday Geography, mental
arithmetic, physiology, civil government.
Applicant for primary certificates will he ex
amined as follows:
Branches for Wednesday Penmanship, or
Branched for Thursday Art of questioning,
theory of teaching, methods.
The branches above specified will be taken In
the order and on the days designated, and all
applicants will begin on a certain branch at
the same time.
An applicant who has made a etnndlng of 90
per cent." or more, on any branch, at the last
two examinations taken in Oregon. Is entitled
to exemption thereon. Euch branch may bo
taken In order to make a higher standing, if
the applicant so elects.
A. P. AltStSTnOXO.
CHOICE BUILDING SITES.
On anil near the Unit Ankeny car
line. In a neighborhood rnpldly
liuiidlnc up -with handsome homes.
Large lot on Hast Davis nnd Eatt
ISd. 37SM; two lots, corner East d,
and East Couch, $1500 1 two lots cor
ner East Ankeny and East 22d. ?150
four lots earner East Ilurnslde and
Eojit SSd. S310O.
title: guakaxtec & trust co.,
j Chamber oC Conunerctv
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