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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, JUNE 21, 1903.
TOP OF THE FLOOD HERE
HIYER "WILL BEGIN FALLING TO
iubslacBcc of the Freshet at All
Points Eut of the Mountains
3o Oamags Dose.
The crest of the 1903 flood Is here. The
"Willamette yesterday reached the 2i-foot
mark, and came to a stand. It will re
main stationary today, and tomorrow the
fall will begin. The drop will be very
slow during the first three days of the
week, but after that the flood may sub
side faster. Testerday the Columbia was
reported falling at all points above the
Cascades, except at "Wenatchee. where it
was at a stand. At Northport, the fur
thest point reached by the weather bu
reau, a fall of 0.8 foot was reached.
The Snake is falling even faster than the
Columbia, going down 2 feet in 24 hours
at Rlparla. The weather at the head
waters of the Columbia and Snake was
cloudy yesterday, and today and tomor
row it will be cool there. This of itself
would be enough to check the freshet, if
there was any, but the probabilities are
that very little snow is now left in the
mountains, and what remains will grad
ually melt during the Summer without
having any effect on the rivers.
The flood this year lacKs nine leet oi
the high mark reached in 1KW. Plenty of
oldtlmers were ready a few weeks ago to
predict that the maximum stage would
be reached this year, but Forecast Official
Beals, of the local weather office, knew
what he was talking about when he said
that the river would only come up to 24
feet. No damage has been done here by
the flood, and with the exception of a
few steamboat companies, none have
been inconvenienced. Front-street mer
chants, of course, had to clear out their
cellars, but that is necessary every, year
when the water gets above the 15-foot
GRAIX FREIGHTS DULL.
K'o Business Being: Done in Future
There has scarcely been enough business
In the freight market to warrant a review.
Bays the San Francisco Commercial cws.
A few lumber fixtures havo been reported,
most of which are at easier rates, and one
in vessel has been fixed to load at Port-
Iland. The Loch Garve, the last grain ves
sel of the season, finished her cargo this
I week, clearing up. to all intents and pur
poses, the old crop. Tacoma. and Seattle
I are about cleaned out of grain, and Port
land is now the only market with an ex
portable surplus on hand, and a very few
vessels would exhaust stocks there. In
future chartering there is no business;
conditions are entirely unchanged, rates
being nominal at about 17s 6d to lis Sd;
owing to the uncertainty as to the crop
and tho certainty as to the enormous ton
nage listed this way, shippers are out of
the market for vessels and will probably
refrain from doing business until the new
wheat come3 along in quantity.
In lumber freights the voyage to South
Africa has been done at lower rates, and
I the rate to "West Coast is very weak. Tho
iClarence S. Bement has been chartered to
load coal at Newport News for this port
at J6 per ton, a considerable improvement
over previous quotations.
Blgr lumber Carrier Arrive.
Tho British bark Glencalrn arrived up
from Astoria yesterday morning, and
serthed at tho Sand dock, where she will
llscharge ballast. The bark Is chartered
ay tho Pacific Export Lumber Company,
md will carry a largo cargo of lumber to
elagoa Bay. She will load at Inman,
Poulsen St Co.'s mill.
Tho Bteamshlp Stanley Dollar, formerly
ie Government transport Egbert, ar
rived at Astoria yesterday and left up
sefore noon. She will reach here early
this morning, and will tie up at the
Eastern Lumber Company mill, where
she will load for China. The Dollar is
ilso under engagement to the Pacific Ex-
Reinsurance on the long overdue ship
jyderhorn, which is now 1C9 days out
Ifrom Ballard. Wash., with a cargo of
lumber for Delagoa Bay, has been ad
vanced to 25 per cent. The rate was maln-
ined at 15 per cent for somo time, for
iwing to tho reputation of tho bark as a
slow siller it was expected that she would
rrive. but with the lapse of time beyond
rhat she should havo made the voyage in.
id tho reports somo months ago from
the Vancouver Island coast of the finding
it wreckage, which was then connected
s-ith the Lyderhorn, the underwriters are
low becoming alarmed for the safety of
Tyne Shipbuilders to Combine.
Consul H. W. Metcalf reports from New-
:astle-on-Tyne, May 21, that an amalga-
latlon of shipbuilding firms on the River
Cyne. with tho control of other kindred
establishments, is proposed. The firms
interested are: Swan & Hunter, the build
lers of several largo floating pontoon docks
land also of the Cunard liners Ivernln, Ul-
tonla and Carpathta, and Wigham, Rlch-
lardson & Co., also builders of fast pas
senger steamers, principally for Contl-
Coal From Jiewcnstle.
Flvo cargoes of Australian coal are list
id for Portland. The two latest names
be added to tho board are those of tho
Mtlsn ships Cromartyshire and Kensing
ton. Both will load at Newcastle. N. S
7.. where the British ship East African
!s also loading. Tho British ship Red
lock left Newcastle two months ago for
Portland, and the French bark La
Jruyero Is out 36 days from that port for
Tho Customhouse was deserted at an
early hour yesterday afternoon, all hands
sing to the ball game.
The lumber-laden schooner Virginia,
jund for San Francisco, was towed
lown the river yesterday morning.
The Swedish bark Clan McFarlane, the
inly grain vessel remaining In the river.
will leave down tomorrow morning.
The barkentlne Chehalls docked at the
forth Pacific Mills yesterday morning to
:elve a cargo of lumber for San Fran
The Vllle do Rouen, from Portland for
Zoriu was spoken March 25 in 22 south
27" west. Tho Martha Roux was spoken
ebruary 15 in 46 south 123 west.
A company has been formed in Vancou
rer with a capital of 344.S00 to purchase
Itho British ship Kinross, which has for
some years been in the British Columbia
id Honolulu coal trade.
Domestic and Foreigrn Porta.
ASTORIA, June 0. Arrived at 6:55 and
ilftft up at 11:10 A. M. Steamer Stanley
"Dollar, from San Francisco. Arrived at
18:30 P. M. Barkentlne John Palmer, from
I Ban Pedro. Sailed at 7 P. M. Steamer
lurella, for San Francisco. Condition of
le bar at 4 P. M., smooth: wind north'
st: weather cloudy.
San Francisco, June 20. Sailed Barken
r.e Tarn O'Shantcr and ship Two Broth-
Rotterdam, Juno 20. Arrived Noordam,
ifrom New York. Sailed Ryndam. for
Cherbourg, June 20. Arrived Bremen,
from New York, via Plymouth, for Bre-
ieo. (and proceeded). Sailed St. Paul,
If or New York.
Antwerp, June 20. Sailed Kroonland.
Ifor New York.
Queens town, Juno 20. Sailed Cymric,
Ifor New York.
Sin Francisco, June 20. Arrived Steam
Mackinaw,, irora Tacoma; -schooner
A rapidly Increasing call from the consumers
for any particular article of food Is the
strongest evidence that
"IT IS GOOD"
Output of Hazelwood Ice Cream so far this
season Is three times greater than for 1902.
Main 154 Both Phones Main 154
Webfoot, from Wlllapa Harbor; steamer
Chehalls, from Gray's Harbor; steamer
Menes, from Seattle. Sailed Steamer
City of Puebla, for Victoria; schooner
Snow and Burgess, for Port Gamble.
Southampton, June 20. Sailed St. Paul,
for New York, via Cherbourg.
Gibraltar, June 20. Arrived Hesperian,
from New York, vlx Madeira, for Naples.
Liverpool. June 20. Arrived New Eng
land, from Boston. Silled Canadian, for
Boston; Umbrla, for New York.
Bremen, June 20. Sailed Grosser Kur-
furst. for New York, via Cherbourg.
Havre, June 20. Sailed La Savole, for
New York, June 20. Sailed Finland, for
Antwerp; Mesaba, for London; Etruria,
for Liverpool; Koenlg Albert, for Genoa;
Anchoria, for Glasgow; Pretoria, for
Yokohama, June 20. Arrived previously
Kara Mara, from Seattle for Hong
Kong; Tacoma, from Tacoma for Hong
St. Vincent. June 20. Arrived previously
Neko, from Seattle, San Francisco, etc..
Hamburg. June 20. Arrived Ramescs,
from San Francisco, eta. via Havre.
INDIANS GET LAND FIRST.
"Washington Reservation Is Not to
Be Opened at Once.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Juno 19. The fact that surveys are
being made of the Quinault Indian reser
vation, on the west coast of Washington,
has led many people to believe that the
lands ere soon to be opened to settle
ment, and in consequence many inquiries
are being made of the Indian Office for
information as to tho proposed opening.
To all such Inquiries the department re
plies that under no circumstances will
there be any opening of lands until the
surveys have been completed, and SO acres
of the land has been allotted to each man,
woman and child properly on the reserva
tion. Tho reservation contains approxi
mately 224,000 acres of valuable agricul
tural and timber land, and this accounts
for the interest that is taken in the con
After allotments have been made a por
tion of the remaining lands will be set
apart for the general use of the Indians
either for agricultural or grazing pur
poses. Tho department has not yet de
termined whether the unallotted lands
shall bo thrown open to entry or reserved
for the purpose of preserving the timber.
This latter scheme has been suggested,
and will have due consideration, but will
no doubt be opposed by the Indians them
selves, who hope to recover something
from the settlers who take up tho surplus
Importance of Advertising:.
Philadelphia Record. June 14.
Some idea of the importance of news
paper advertising in this day may be
gained from the trustworthy statement
that the men who writ the advertise
ments for tho great mercantile houses re
ceive $10,000 or moro a year. One, at
least, has a salary of 515,000. All have
seats in tho council of managers.
Malta is the most thickly populated Island
in the world. It has 1S0O people to the square
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, June 20, 8 P. M. Maximum
temperature. 70; minimum, temperature, 53:
river reading, II A. M., 24 feet; change in 24
hours, 0; total precipitation. 6 P. M. to 5 P.
M.. 0; total precipitation since September 1,
1002, S9.71 Inch; normal precipitation since
September 1. 1002, 45.10 inches; deficiency.
C.S9 Inches; total sunshine June 19, 1903, 8:53;
possible sunshine, 15 MS; barometer, reduced to
sea level, at 6 P. 3d., 20.96.
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
g s Wind. ffi
stations. wjy g g srs,
Jo 9 '
i ? I : :
Kamloops, B. C.
North Head ....
Salt Lake City.
San Francisco ..
Walla Walla ...
With the exception of a few light scattering
showers In Northeastern Washington. Western
Montana and Southeastern Idaho, fair weather
has prevailed today In the states west of the
Rocky Mountains. It is cooler In Idaho. North
eastern Washington and Western Montana.
The weather in the North Pacific States this
evening Is clear to partly cloudy, and the In
dications are f6r cloudy to partly cloudy
weather in this district Sunday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 23 hours
ending midnight Sunday, June 2L 1003:
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy; winds
"Western Oregon and Western Washington
yartly cloudy; winds mostly northerly.
Eastern Oregon Fair.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Partly cloudy; probably slightly warmer ex
treme north, portion.
Southern Idaho Partly cloudy; probably
warmer east coition.
The Dalles. Or..
Umatilla. Or ...
Rlparis, Wash ..
Lewlston, Idaho ..
Weleer. Idaho ..
The river at Portland fell ellghtly during
the last 24 hours, and at 5 P. M. this evening
registered, a stage of 23. S feet. The rlrer
will continue to fall slightly during Sunday
!I&rtea??stcrjM thia merrlag-ersr-tie Tj&
per Columbia and tbo Snake Itlver basins
range between 50 and 64 degrees, and tha
weather is partly cloud. It will be cooler
at the headwaters of these rivers Sunday after
noon and Monday.
The river at Portland will remain on a etand
Sunday, an J fall slightly during Monday. Tues
day and "Wedaeeday. The river at The Ialles
trill fall slightly on Monday and Tuesday.
A. B. WOLLABEK.
Acting Forecast Official.
MEMBERS of Orpheus Lodge. No. 89. IC of
P., desiring to visit Oregon-City lodge "Wednes
day, June 24, may take special car at First and
Alder eta., at 7:30 P. M. Car will stop at way
points for members.
J. R. TOMLIXSON. K. of R. and S.
J. H. YOUNGER. C. C.
MEMBERS OREGON LODGE. NO. I.. K. P.
Regular meeting this Tuesday evening. Work
in Esquire Rank. A proposition to do away
with sick benefits will come before the meet
ing. Please attend.
L. A "WHITCOMB, C. a
PORTLAND TENT NO. 1, K. O. T. M.
Officers and members will assemble at their
hall in Selllnt-Hlrsch building at 1 P. M. to
day (Sunday) for the purpose of attending the
funeral or our deceasea nrotner, sir is-nigm
"William P. Dillon. All Maccabees Invited to
attend. W. A. CLARK. R K.
FIDELITY LODGE. A. O. U. TV. Members
are requested to meeting In their lodgeroom.
Lcgus Hall, Sunday, June 21. at 1:30 o'clock.
for tho purpose of attending the funeral ci
Brother Captain Dillon, a member of I Seaside
Lodge, No. 12. Astoria, from his late residence,
92 East Davis bL
FRANK SCHLEGEL. M. TV.
Attest: J. H. ZANE. Rocorder.
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY The members of
the St. Andrews Society are requested to
attend the funeral services of the late Mr.
David Dalglelsh at the First United Presby
terian Church. Sixth and Montgomery streets.
on Monday, June 22. at 2 o'clock.
ROBINSON June 9 to the wife of W.
Robinson, Selllng-Hlrsch building, a boy.
DALGLEISH At Los Angeles. Cat. June 17.
1903. David Dalglelsh, born at Galashiels.
STORY In thU city. June 20. 1903, fcarah
Elizabeth, wife of George L. Story.
DILLON Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of. the late Captain William P. Dillon,
which will be held at Flnleys Chapel at 2
P. M. today. Interment. Lone Fir cemetery.
HILL June 18. 1903. Chares H. Hill, aged
65 years 7 months 4 days. Funeral bunaay.
June 21. 1903. at 10 A M.. from the Central
M. E. Church corner Russell and Kerby
sts.. Lower Albino. Friends Invited. Inter
ment Lone Fir cemetery.
DUNNING June 10, 1003. George W. Dunning.
need 29 years, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
George D. Dunning. Funeral Sunday. June
21, from residence. 23 North 6th st.. at 1:30
M.. thence to catnearai, lotn ana Jjavis
sts.. at Z P. M.
DALGLEISH The funeral services of the late
David Dalglelsh will be held at the First
United Presbyterian Church, on 6th and
Montgomery sts., cn Monday afternoon, June
Zl. at - o'clock. All mends invited, inter
ment at Rlvcrvlew. Services at the grave
FRAME Fretnds and acquaintances are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of George W. E. Frame, which will be
held at "St. Stephen's Chanel, corner 13th and
Clay streets, at C P. M. today. The remains
are at Flnleys Chapel, where they may be
viewed by tho friends until 4 P. M. Services
at grave private.
CRABLE In this city. June 19. 1903. at her
late residence. 273 North 14th St.. Annie E.
Crable. aged 28 years. Friends and acquaint
ances aro respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services, which will be held at Fin
ley's Chapel at 10 A. M. Monday, June 22.
Interment Rlvervlew cemetery.
DUNNING George W. Dunning, who died
June 10, will be burled at St. Mary's Ceme
tery. Funeral will take place from his rest
dence. 23 North 8th st.. today, at 1:30 P. M.
Services at St. Mary's Cathedral. 16th and
Xavis sts., at Z P. M. Friends invited.
NEIGHBOR GEORGE W. DUNNING Funeral
services will be held at residence, corner
Sd and iiumsiae sts.. Sunday. June 21. lvoj.
at 1:30 P. M. All Modern Woodmen of
-America are requested to meet In Oregon Fir
Han, sa st., at ina p. m.
S. H. HAINES, Clerk.
B. P. O. ELKS Portland Lodge. No. 142. B. P,
O. Elks, requests all Elks to meet at the
hail. Marauam bids., at 1 P. M.. sharp.
Sunday. June 21. to attend the funeral of
our laie Drotner. George w. Dunning.
JOHN B. COFFEY. Secretary,
J. P. FINLEY fc SON. Progressive
Funeral Directors and Embalnaers,
con 3d and Madison streets. Com
petent lady ass't. Both phones No. 9,
EDWARD HOLMAN, Undertaker,
4th. and Yamhill sts. Rena Stlnson,
lady assistant. Both Phones No. 007.
CLARKE BROS., FINE FLOWERS,
Floral DeslsBB, 2SD aiorrison.
F. 8. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414
East Alder. Lady assistant. Phone.
DUNNING & CAMPION, UNDERTAK.
ERS, have moved to 45 N. Oih.
SCBAAEN , & NEU, MONUMENTS
cemetery work, etc., us First.
A J. FARMER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
grocer. Third and Jefferson. You can save
20 per cent by dealing with me. 2 cans Blus
Ribbon peaches, zsc: z lbs. sort-shelled wai
nuts, 5c; 1 lb. softshelled almonds. 15c; 1
Cero Frulto. 25c; 1 pkg Postum or Fig Prune.
20c: 1 box macaroni, S5c;l lb. Royal baking
powder. 40c: x id. Arm & Hammer soda. 3c
1 bar naphtha soap, 5c; S bars Santa Claus
soap. 25c; 12 bars Royal Savon soap. 25c;
8 bars diamond C soap, 25c; 3 pint bottles
bluing. 10c: s cans carnation cream. 23c
2 pkgs, gold dust washing powder, S5c: 1-lb,
can pork and brans. 5c; 3 pkgs. acorn
matches, Z5c: 4-id. pxg. mothers starch.
25c: 1 can Alaska salmon. oc: 50 lbs. lard.
compound, $4.50; 3 lbs. broken Java coffee.
Z3c: l lb. gooa Kagusn oreagfast tea. 15c
best rucrar cured hams. lb.. 14 Vic: 4-cal.
Jacket table syrup. 1.50: 10 lbs. No. 1 head
rice, 50c: 1 lb. gunpowder tea, 25c; 1 sack
pest u. u. ugar, o.ii; x sacs gooa nara
sack good Valley flour, 00c; I Little Lady
broom, aoc; i coz. ceviiea nam. oc
HIGH V BLOCK. 15TH AND YAMHILL
overlooking Hawthorne tract; reasonable, part
cash, inquire owner, aoo i.-ayior. pnone Main
J225 CASH BUYS GOOD QUARTER-BLOCK
in Willamette, on bt. jonns car line. E.
P. Northrup. 229 Taylor st.
CiQCffFlne 6-room. cottage, modern, cost
9100U tl7J0i with corner lot. nicely Im
proved. This Is a bargain; must be cold on
account of m-neaitn. i. i. mcl.eod. zzo
3 OH acres good pine and juniper; good soil
vJ flnd .11 located.
CiyJtn And "only 5430 cash. Call at room 0,
terns. Gs. ossu, Zii- ;wshlagtca.
CLASSIFIED AD. BATES.
"Xaoms,' "Rees and Board." "Heasekw-
lar Rooms." '"Situation Wanted." 15 words or
leas. 15 cents; 18 to 38 words. 20 cents; 21 to
25 words, 25 cents, etc No (111 count for ael-
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except: "New
Today," SO cents for 15 words er less: 18 to
words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. SO cents,
tic first insertion. Each additional lnsertlea.
see-half; no further discount under on month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per line
tor each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. d-
4rd care The Oresrofilan. and left at this
coce. should always be Inclosed. In sealed en
velopes. No stamp Is required oa such letters.
The Orega&laB. will not be responsible fcr
errors in advertisements takes through ths
A FINANCIAL INSTITUTION.
That has grown old, but that preserves the
energy ana vigor or its early days, is apt m
do a large and rapidly increasing business. The
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
Is the oldest trust company and savings bank
in ine state. Its officers are as follows:
BENJAMIN I. COHEN. President.
II. L. PITTOCK. Vice-President.
A S. NICHOLS. Second Vice-President.
B. LEE PAGET. Secretary.
J. O. GOL.TRA. Assistant Secretary.
W. J. GILL. Second Assistant Secretary.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. Auditor.
Its board of directors is composed of:
H. L. Plttock. Earl C Bronaugh,
Dr. A. 8. Nichols, B. Lee Paget,
E. A. Noyes, J. O. Goltra.
D. Soils Cohen. A. P. Fleeel.
II. W. Decker, Benjamin I. Cohen.
It has amDle resources for the conduct of
any business that may be entrusted to Its care.
It receives deposits subject to check, and
it also issues time certificates or deposit tor
six months or one year, COUPON CERTIFI
CATES OF DEPOSIT running: for five year.
and SPECIAL CERTIFICATES of "DEPOSIT
payable on ten. thirty or ninety days' call.
Full particulars as to rates of Interest, etc..
are contained in its book of
"Which will be furnished upon application.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON.
109 THIRD STREET.
A FEW CHOICE LOTS
Bishop Scott Academy
Fronting on Twentieth street.
North, and on Everett Street, inside
lots, 00x100 feet, each
S3250 A LOT
For farther pnrtlculars
Title Guarantee STrustCo.
O und 7 Chamber of Commerce,
Lot 33 1-3x100. on Treat side of
17th street Xori-, betTreen Hoyt and
Irving streets, -rvitn new ana mod
ern residence of nine roams and
hath; exceptionally vrell bnilt and
la nn-to-date in every particnlar.
Parties desiring: to purchase a flrst-
clana residence at a moderate price
should not fail to see this.
JFor further particulars apply to
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark St., Corner Second
50x100 on southwest corner of 23d
and Hovt streets, with handsome
modern home of eight rooms and
bath, exclusive of servants' rooms.
Cemented basement, furnace, sta
tionary laundry tubs, porcelain bath
and modern plumbing. This is a
nne nome in a very aesirame loca
tion, and is offered at a bargain.
For further particulars apply to
E0UNTEEE & DIAMOND '
241 Stark St., Corner Second.
THE WIBERG PROPERTY
For Bale: situated iJ-mlle west of Mt. Tabor,
cor. of Bise Line road and TVlberg Lase.
Jjunct9 tutu cmuuj, v.
, ........... M,t..JM lA.MAm Vrt.ta Mlnvunlnt
to cars; ju&t the place for an elegant close-in
euDuroan noxne. n vuuun j uuu ui vu ouvuiviug
for bpeculatlon; worth now $15,000, but will be
SOIQ at a less iisurc muuo uu vieuiuu.
Fifteen Thousand Dollars
Corner lot on North 3d st.. G0x95: lnmrove-
ments consisting of old (hacks, are rented at
$130 per month, and the property Is paying
aoout Utt Per cent net upon me price atucu.
There can be no better or safer Investment
than such property as this.
For further particulars apply to
E0UNTEEE & DIAMOND,
241 Stark Street, Corner Second.
Mortgage Loans at Lowest Bates
Insurance in All Lines
A. H. BIEEELL
Formerly of MacMaster & Birrell,
REAL ESTATE. GENERAL INSURANCH
AND .FINANCIAL AQEXCX.
8CS-4 XcKay Building, Third and Stark.
Fhons liatn 232.
Rental, Insurance and Loan Agents
250 ALDER ST.
3d St $35,
ments on Sd street, near business center. C
H. KORELL. 251 Washington st.
Xctv 8-room hoase, corner lotj easy
terms, van iuxo w imams avenue
Telephone Run 2D54.
Of your real estate can
be effected by listing it
witn c u. KOKELL,
zai wasnington st.
Twenty.thlrd and Qulmby, corner; beauUful
building site. ooxo; cast front. Inquire
Owners. 54 Front.
On tssprored city and farm property.
R. LIVlNGTSONE.22t Stark rr.
For sale. 493 Twenty-first street. .Portland
Timber Investments fj!f S!
ber uo.. sea BtarK st.
TfnllarlsTr'c 650- lot 53x100. on 10th s
xumxuay t couuchmiat Agency, a
Auction & Commission Co.
S. L N. MLMAX. AKTIIKiEI.
Pnone Main 2473.
Auction Sale of House
We will sell by Public Auction
on Tuesday next, June 23d,
atlOA. M., at 413 Washing
The furniture, etc, from residence, Including
all the rugs, cozy corner, parlor furniture.
a.iung-room- rurniture. aining-room rurntture.
bookcases, buffet, lace curtains, steel range,
etc. This sale includes all the first-class fit
tings of 9-room residence, to be sold on ac
count of departure for the East. Our buyers
will do well to attend Tuesday, 10 A. M., at
413 Washington street.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Special Auction Sale House
At Rooms 411 and 413 Wash
ington Street, Thursday next,
June 25th, at 10 A. M.,
Comprising the fittings of 5-room flat and In
cluding an almost new line of household fur
niture, range, etc Sale Thursday. 10 A. M.
S. u. a. GlUitAN, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Household
On Friday Next, June 26th, 10
A. 01., at Rooms (No. 411 and
413 Washington Street,
Of the furniture and fittings of residence, on
account of departure from the city. Sale Frl-
cay. xv a. .M.
S. I X. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Sale of Genuine
AND GOLDEN OAK HOUSEHOLD FURN1
TURE. ELEGANT ROLL-TOP DESK AND
OFFICE CHAIRS, COSTLY VELVET RUGS.
Tuesday Next, June 23d.
TTo are favored with Instructions to sell by
Baker's Auction Rooms,
CORNER ALDER AND PARK STREETS, the
xoiiowing nign-ciass rurnunings. including
CHOICE PIECES OF PARLOR FURNITURE
In finely carved mahogany frames, and Im
ported silk coverings. PRETTY MAHOGANY
CABINET, with large plate mirror, highly
pousnea rockers, in golden oak. library and
parlor tables, handsome couches and divans.
oax taoourettes. oak MUSIC CABINET, witn
mirror, OOLDEN OAK DINING SUITE, vis
round extension table, set of box-Beat chnJnt.
"with leather seats. Dretty buffet, with mirror.
large siaeooara, cnina cabinet, witn circular
ends and plate mirror In back, handsome velvet
rugs, reman ezrects. size 8x12; seven gooa
Brussels caroets. bordered Brussels run. fine
lace curtains, oil paintings. COSTLY HALL
tksb; nan mirror, genuine- MAHOGANY
BEDROOM SETS, dresser has full swell draw
ers and large French plate mirror, elaborate
iron beds, oak bedroom sets, all comnlete.
with best wire springs, curled-hair and other
mattresses, goose-feather pillows, odd dressers
and commodes, chlffonleres, toilet sets, cabinet
loiaing Deo, witn mirror on top, Hoey bed
lounge. In velour covert nr. household treasure
and the usual kitchen outfit. ALSO 5-FOOT
ROLL-TOP DESK in choice quartered oak.
tun paneiea siaes ana bacK. ton contains
drawers and r Ik eon-holes with flllnsr boxes (re
cently cost revolving chair, with
REAL. LEATHER SEAT. ARM OFFICE
CHAIRS. TYPEWRITER STAND, with draw
ers, etc.. the same to be sold at 11 A. M.
The above goods are all of the highest grade
of manufacture, and In first-class condition.
On view tomorrow (Monday). Sale TUESDAY
at 10 A. M. snars.
GEORGE BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On Thursday Next, June 25th,
At Bakers Auction Kooms,
We shall offer for sale a large line of house-
noia rurniture good carpets, stoves, etc., con
signed by various housekeepers. Sale at 10 A.
ii. geukqe bajcek & CO., Auctioneers.
Auction Sale Days
At 182 First St.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
The sale will consist of a splendid variety
of FURNITURE, all nice, clean. BTYLISH
PIECES, a nice lot of bedroom chairs, en
ameled in pretty colors to match any room;
neat little lady's desk, some very pretty mantle
mirrors, and a whole store full of other .good
furniture. Also about 20 dozen ladles' un-
trlmmed felt bats. A VERT LARGE RE
FRIGERATOR, suitable for grocery, restaur
ant or bar: DRESSMAKER'S MIRROR, 18x.
Bale 10 A. M. tomorrow, at 182 First street.
H. FORD, Auctioneer.
Will be a special auction sale for a party who
has requested us to sell all the FURNITURE
from his 10-room bouse; everything In the
line of FURNITURE will be here, among
which we notice a very OLD MAHOGANi
DRESSER. EXTRA LARGE WALNUT CHIF
FONIER, large walnut BOOKCASE, with glass
front, library tame, round card tames, ew.
Sale at 182 First street, 10 A. M.
II. FORD, Auctioneer-
Will have the same old programme, wth
NEW LINE OF GOODS. We have a nice line
of furniture reserved for Friday's sale, and
also must sell every calr of BOOTS AND
SHOES, balance of that choice EXTRACT OF
VANiLii. balance or aiEN-B uttcaa
SHIRTS, ladles' underwear, and small wares;
a few boxes of cicars. and many other new
Items that will Interest you. Sale begins at
10 A. II. H. FORD. Auctioneer.
800 acres eight miles to Jackson
ville, Or. 300 acres fenced, 150
cultivated, nicely watered. You can
clear the price asked for this place
inside of four years. Will pay you
HilNKLE & BAKER
219 Ablngton Bldg.,
T l Tr,-. fP Property-owners
ncHi xiaisio usuicu invited to list
their real estate. Improved or unimproved, no
matter where located, with us for quick re
turns. Clarke County Land Ofnce (J. H. Hill,
agent). 224 Washington street, near First.
Phoc-9 Main 2208.
ri - iV AA Near 10th
easy terms. C H. KORELL. 251 Washington.
New modern 8-room house; easy terms; 23d,
near Marshall. Inquire owner, ai Front st.
50x100 on 23d st.
1-irfcA I Arnflr1 near Northrup; price
I liir: l 111 III I aw; easy terms
H. KORELL, 231
JTEVT TO DAT.
FOR SALE BY THE
itie Guarantee STrustCo.
tl AKA Cottage of five rooms and
IUJU jot 50x100, comer East
Sherman and East Fortieth streets.
New hoase of six rooms,
qLJvxj modern conveniences.
Lot 40x90 on Rodney avenue and
C17ftn First-class house, eight
JliUU rooms, and lot 50x100
feet at Montavilla, near the car-line.
ClCOn Near West avenue, Mt.
PIJUU Tabor. -Comfortable cot
tage of five rooms.
C7fin Cottage of four rooms and
-P'OO lot 50x100 feet at Mt.
Tabor. Easy terms.
A first-class six-room
JLLJj house in fine condition
and nice yard, lot 50x100 feet,
Modern house (new) six
rooms, Broadway and E.
2nd streets. Easy terms.
C97A A new house of six rooms
and fine lot 46x80 feet,
corner E. Salmon and E. 23d sts.
CQ9CA At Arbor Lodge, over-
vsjtmjj iookin the river, a well-
built house of eight rooms, with
grounds 110x133 feet.
AAA Elegant modern residence
.JJUUU 0f eight rooms and a fine
quarter block 100x100 feet corner
Benton and Halsey streets.
We have some verv choice acre
age at St. Johns, well located, in
tracts to suit ana on easy terms.
If You Neea Money Tocompt,
purcnare, we can accommodate you at joweai
Title Guaranteed Trust Co.
O (Uid 7 Chamber of Commerce.
Gronnd Floor. Fonrth-Street Side.
Is in the center of that vast indus
trial district lying between Albina
and St. Johns. The better class
engaged in the wholesale and man
ufactunng enterprises along the
water front are procuring homes at
University Park. The building re
striction, the liquor restriction and
the Columbia University are attract
ing a moral, cultured people. It is
the place to bring up sons and
daughters," in the surroundings of
morality, culture and refinement
Speculators see a great future here
and are buving lots to hold for
future proms. It is a dense mind
that cannot see that big money will
be made in holding a few of these
lots. Price, $200 per lot: one
tenth cash, balance $5 per month;
no interest, no taxes.
UNIVERSITY LAND CO.
151 Sixth St.
A. W. Bagley, Resident Agent.
Desirable Residence Lo
In nortnweatern part of city, with
bam ana. iruii ircei, ccmcni siae
wallc and macadamised, street. An
lint- st S2350t within a.
Block of 23d-St. car line.
A. H. BIRRELL
(Formerly of MacMaster A BIrrelL)
feal Estate, Genera! insurance
and Financial Agency
803-4 3IcKay Bnlldlncr, Third and
Starlc Phone Jlain
BRAND NEW COTTAGE
With a corner acre lot, ready for
the plow, and one block from car
line. City water, installment pay
THOMPSON & POWERS
3 Chamber of Commerce
On Mount Scott Car Line
At Stewart Station.
Will sell one or more seres In this tract: all
In fruit: easy terms: good water. W have
also a good 9-roora bouse, barn and chlckeru
house; will sell with 3 or mora acres of ground.
all in cultivation, au Duuaings in 500a
repair. Prices and terms on application.
MAXWELL & KNAPP
Room 2, Chnmher of Commerce.
ONLY S500 DOWN
Buys a nice modern cottage and
lot 50x100, close in on East 13th
street: has nice grounds and
shrubbery. Price, $2650, terms
JOSEPH M. HEALY
290 Morrison St.
corner Rodney avenue and Fremont
street. Part down, balance In month
ly payments. Owners; will be at
premises from 10 A. JL le 4 P, M
Sunday, Jane JU
Three first-class houses,
rood as new. and
choice corner. 70x100.
near 16th and .Kearney
rental value. $89 per month; price. fSOOO.
H. KOREX-Ls 251 Washington et.
Oa improved city and farm prapertr. BsriMlss
Ms. installment loaxs. na. KAUtAsiJiii,
Sll wereMtir EiMctr.
On comer, choice location
on 28d st. Price. 13200: easy
terms. C H. KOHKl.T 2"
.YYfts&ington si -
20 houses built and building all
of a good substantial class and for
occupation by the owners. There
are no houses for rent in Point
The nrine and terms unnn which
we are offering lots in Point View
enable any tnrifty person to secure
nome of their own.
Substantial improvements are in
progress at Point View. City water
on the ground. Fine car service
with the line running on two sides
of the addition, and within 3 min
utes' walk of every lot.
If vou want a deliphtful ride take
the St. Johns car to Point View and
see this property we have an office
there or call on
The Title ,
Guarantee & trust
6 and 7 Chamber of Commerce
COM M U IN I TY
Is crowing more rarjidly than any
other Portland suburb, because of
the mills which are occupying its
St. Johns has two miles of the
finest mill, factory and dock sites in.
Portland and it will become a great
Lots, $5 Down,
$5 a Month.
Free Street-Car Tickets on Application,
Agent at Oak Park Office Each P. II.
Thompson & Powers
3 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
And upward for lots, 50x100. in
Central Albina, close to Upper and
Lower Albina car lines; streets
aro Improved and sewers In. These
are the cheapest lota: In Portland.
100x100 In Kenllworth, closa to
50x100 on East 11th St., between
Tillamook and Thompson sts.
100x100 on X". E. cor. of Skldmora
street and Missouri avenue.
60x100 on north side of Savler sL,
between, 24th and 25th streets.
100x100 on S. E. cor. of East 12th
and Hancock sts.. In Holladay's
Addition; very slghtlr and tha
cheapest quarter-block In Holladay.'
275x200, ono block from St. Johns
50x100 on Northrup St., between
19th and 20th sts.
113x100 on X. W. cor. of 20th and
Jlyrtle sts., Portland Helshts.
100x100 on S. B. cor. of 19th and
Laurel sts.. Portland Heights.
105x100 on north side of Johnson
bet. zutn ana -ist bis.
-ii nnd eot anr list before pur
Rountree & Diamond,
Stark St., Corner Second
I have several very desirable places;
for sale, on and near Williams ave
nue, new and modern In every par
ticular. Also several cottajsea In vi
cinity of Russell street. Payments
to suit purchasers.
A. H. BIRRELL
(Formerly of MacMaster & Birrell.)
Real Estate, General Insurance
and Financial Agency
303-4 McKay Building, Third and
Stark. Phone Main 5
On account of the fix
tures not being done for
new store we will not be
able to open before
In the meantime we offer the stock
we have left at big reductions so as
not to move any old goods to the new
store, 334 Washington St. Atpres
ent 207 First Street.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Interest Paying Property
$12,500 for business lot. pars 11.31 per cent
nj2T,000 for lot near Portland Hotel; 7.35 to
10 per cent net obtalrahle.
SW.000 for U block paying 11.11 per cent
net. HlKher Interest obtainable. F. . An
drews Co.. Hamilton bldg.
Mount Tabor Land
A choice tract of residence property most
suitable and profitable for platting. Scensrr..
soli and water excellent. Jfear car lines, y.
V. Andrews Co., Hamilton bldg.
Is Ice. level lot,
50x30. near 18th
and Northrup. C.
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