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. ffiHE STJXAY OREGOXUX PORTIAXD, SEPTEMBEK. 534, ' 1905.
OPEN 01 CANVASS
TWO ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOWS ARE ERECTED
N HEAL ESTATE
Fairbanks and Herrick Dis
cuss Issues of the
fnices of Property in Portland ,
Continue to Rise Quite
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1 m .
K EVIDENCE OF DIC 4?. E. PERIUS. PORTLAND HEIGHTS.
idwaicrs "Who Have Had Property
IWstcfl Have Oailcti. Off Several -
)flUte Owing to a. Belief
in JHghcr IPriecs.
PrwHtiidhVag ovary other 'oocarrence
of Xhe past week In ta importance to
vrmMwtjr-owsMtv a ad realty dealers, in !
Portland wwc the cnnooneenKMH marie j
yesterday that Ave immenae buildings lr
Um e of jottWn; firm would be ercti ,
in the northern part of the city. H
formed the chief subject of oonvei Nation
among real eotate men yesterday, who :
speculated ft the effect owuch a move '
Hiaw the ffrwea of. property in different ,
aectlon of the city.
It i evident that the expenditure ot 1
in the erection of modern oullu-
of the kind sfcutned will have a
tendency to ratae vainer in the nelghbor
1ml "where the improvements are made.
Prteee of property in Korth Portland have
Veen otn up steadily and rapidly, and
it anu that everything is favoring own
ens in this vicinity. For several years
Jtroparty on atreets leading to the t'nlon
Ppot haa heen looked upon with grow-
tam favor by bwdnest; men. resulting iu !
eanonafve activity In this part of towa I
Only a abort time ago came the move o
Uie Northern Pacific to wscure land for
terminal yard, and following closely upon
that the announcement of the railroad to
be bwtlt down the north bank of the Col
umbia to Portland. Each of these hftd
lite effect of pending prices still higher,
and no- comes thin large deal, which wi'l
raiae fbturei yet another notch.
ISrreet on Front Street.
WW the effort will he on Front-street
property Is nut so certain. It is known
tlmt feme of the large Jobbing Arms now
bxnni on this thoroughfare will seek
aartr in the new buildings. The ru- ;
jnjor that there will now lie a renewal of
the effort to get a mllroad branch down j
Front atraet chows that property-owners
re nttve to the situation and will try In
thto way to oaaet the advantage which
tb new store buildings In North Portland i
might otherwise have. At any rate the I
result of this threatened shifting of a f
psrt of the whotaiaJc business away from
Front street is likely to have a giwd ef- j.
feet tn bringing about improvements by !
pronerty-ownora. It would not be sur- j
prMng If It would at least lead to street '
inwrovetoents. The rough cobblestones
whh which the street 1 paved, have been i .
a aottroe or unfavorable comment for j V ' 1 '
some lime, and Lave made dUllcutt the ner of Twelfth and Gllsan streets for September 16..,...'. 21.311
hauling of heavy loads. JUl The only improvements on rhc 1 September 20 6,423
jpteraoer zu..... HUSO
September 23....".'.. , 31.370
September 38..,.' 13.7S8
ICKSinKNCE OF JT. M.-CASKKY. TWENTY-FIRST AND EUI.
Two -of the "mast attractive Wiralows' which have been erected in Portland
sre tboe nbown in the jcturfw, arfd.yiwnf by F. Et Ferris and J. M. CJUOcey.
Rot are ualea on Portland Heights, where they afford a toautlfut view of the
dty and vJeJatty. TBfm dwehHB are. of the Jrp popwbir at pros at in Qall
nta aaa c&mtas tato '. pftjfelarlty fa TJreRon. The eek ef Mr. Canker's residence was
$S00, ad.;het of. pr. Ferris. .WOO. - lien -were -drsfened by Bsrfl Schacbc
It I a desirable site for a business Mock,
and the new owners stated last night that
they would, build, although they had not j Total ". -.. - $35 29
yet decided exactly what the improvement I " V" '
OLDEST POSTMASTER HERE
Ilcccnt Purchases Announced.
Many dealer Aelleve that the proposed property at present are a few old hacks.' September 21b
suimrags win nave no noticeable effect
on th ralu of Front-street property.
ICven f many of the firm would change
ttielr location, others would come in thetr
place, and ritere would be no drop in
property values, they s . The five large
htrtklhaga will not be oompleted in mticli
iess thnn two years, and durtag that time , G. F. Pfunder haa just bought from W.
timbnslness of the city will undoubtedly 11. Warrens two lots aU the southeast cor
mcrenae grenvtfy. Otber Jobbing-housct , jht -ot Twentieth ad Mrrtle-streets oa-.
ww ne .ownfid. ana those already her 1 which ho- will -erect a line dwelling. Many.
w! IwcTSntit thoir' stock as that there , hoautifai residwiccs" 'have be'n-bullt in
will be a demand for buikUngs fMlly equal , thte vicinity this -Summar, and the prtcV.
m use supply. of. le.K g advancing Mr. 7futRler paid
; tor tne two pprcpaseu
One noticeable feature about the realty ' recently been -in. Portlaiid, 4s having
market at present is the fact that few tw dwelings erected at Victoria and Han
ownem of desirable business property are ' 000)1 see rental, imrposss..
at all anxious to sell. All believe that 1 TJ," 9nHers: of Mercy during" ihe week
there bi to be a still greater adyaJice Jn , bought a quarter block at the northwest
values, and capitalists seem perfectly wner of Sixteenth and Couch streets for
.m tj. 1 ....J . . . S3SOIV). TWf Ih a larso f ra w nJrn.-f.irr.
wnK'nocH the upward movement HhewiH WR th' propdrty. and no changes will bo i
soma sien of abating, before selling. MenN mad f l ycr. When they may ITt
11. Wells Has Held Office at
6lalla 'Twenty-Seven Years.
Pew Owners Desire o Sell.
W. -Wens, po.otmasAer at Olalla.
niglas County, Or., who Is said to be
:the oldest cuHtodian of Uncle Sam's mail
l enc or two ago were placing their
prnperty in tie hands of dealers to be
sold- at a conuaratlveiy low figure are
now refusing double the price then asked.
One dealer told of two cases this wceK
where deals were called off by owners
after they had been completely arranged
by him at the figures at which they had
listed their property with him. One
transaction would have involved J7,001,
and the other J.Xe.
Several good aalea have been made dur
ing the week, and many more are now
pending. Bdgar M. Lazarus has just sold
to Wakafieid. Frtrw & Co. a iece JBOxlOe
on Marshall, between Eleventh . aad
Twelfth stroets. The constderattoil was
&MM. Mr. Laxarus bought tlw .property
from Dolph Maxwell about seven
months ago for $12,009. so the transaction
Is another evidence of the rise of property
In this part of the city. Although th4
deed! was made out in the. name of the
flrm.mentioned. It ie understood that th
real purchaser is the Northern Pacific.
Mrs. Maud O. Van AVatars and J. T. Vm.
burg yesierday bought from Spaaldlng
Papworth Jots 10xl(X) at the soutlteast cor-
put up "'a more substantial 'structure for 1
Contractors have ihiAr Hands full at
present working on the scores of resi
dences 'Which are springing up .'about the
city and the large business blocks which
are under construction- down town A
large force of workmen is busy excavating
for the skyscraper which is to be -erected
by the 'Wclks-Fargo Company at Sixth and t
Oak streets, and another large fore is 1
building at Seventh and Morrison streets
la faot, contraotqps al! over the city are
employing as. many men' as possible and
rushing" thoir jobs .to- cpmplotion.
VTnfnsfGrs for.- Week.
Sopt ember 3..rv
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Jcrnilts for Week.
SentomSrtr. IS. .ul.J
v.T . i.. r
SiSSSSSSr. r- -iBSB f 1
IV. R. -Wells, LVImajter at Olalla,
ONE OF PORTLAND'S NEW HOMES
KKSIDKXCE OF J. M. I.ErTER, TWEXTV-FOUKTII AMI ClJKVX STREETS.
Odp of the modem and beauttfu) new Portland homes Is. Tthat --recently- com
pleted for S. Ji. Lelter. at Tweny-fourth and Glliaii streets. Tl!s sectlsn of the
alty I one whloh has found favor with builders- thli yAr. Direotly oppAlle ! the
- residence erected by Frank Baker -and shown m The Oregoman. xecn5iy Seferal
? other attraetive bouf3 have lately been constructed, tn the some vlotnltj. . x
k - .--;. t - ;-';. Vn't" .fc
foejbhtlnuous ejirvlceiin the state, is In
Portland vWting tic. Lewis and; Clark
Bxposttlpn, Mr. AVAle. wav bow In Iowa
antt-camc to .Orego In 1S62, vchen a lad
of years, ami in the next year he lo
cated In Douglas County, where he has
resided ever since. He s the founder of
the town of .whicluhc is postmaster.' being
appointed tn'ISTS. and haa retained that
office for 27 years. Olalla Is a fourth
Previous 'td receiving the appointment.
Mr. Wdla handled the mall for six years
In that vicinity. He stated that he was
greatly impressed with the Lewi ' and
Clark Kxporitlon. and thinks it, hasibecn-
oi groat oenent to the state, as weir a 5 tec
this city. . f
IX WAS THE CHICKEfMNGr
At the concert at txb "Vhlto-. .feraplej'
,1.01 "rmiii,, in wjiicn r-iinaam jvorellt.
captlrated all of musical Portland. Mrs.
Warren E. Thbmos. tho aceompanlst
rendered mot . efficient aid. rnfer her
masterly ; trtjeh, tht leautlful Chlckerinff
Piano, furnished by ElJers Piano. House,
supplied adrnlhibre support to the,7charjn
ing singer s' j&.O'hlckcrlng gISnos. both.
upright and prn, lnelUnlngiaby grands.
are told exclushIgClfcc- Northwest bv
Ellera Piano House.. y 7- -,
EXCURSION' ' 4 "
Monday. September 25, S;30 A. - Jf.
Visiting Seattle. Tacoma. "Everett," Bel
lingham. Vancohvcr. ii'C.. fivfiidays on
Pugot Round. 22.5 pays all cxponses.
transportation, b?rth and meals includ
ed. Oflce 249 Washington ctreeL Offic
open Sunday until 5 P. M. Phone Mala
ROUND TRIPT0 ASTORIA
J parCs-T"rom 'Alder-street dock daily (ex.
cept. rwayj: cb-ai it..- -returning -frew
Astoria Z P. M.. arrlvo Portland S:33 P. M.
Sundays from rlortlandi1 A 34.,-arrtviBc
Portland 1P.M. 1
Vlce-PceIdent Says This Is Best
V - ' .4 "
trim ' HDtAdA (Pmciinpnn o
t- rimes Hallway Dlscrlml-
datlon .-SfusfTKad. .
BEPLEFOHTAINE. JO.. Sept. 23.
Oeauiliul yeatner snu immense cruwus
Kr fHf otiehtrisr of the Re-
f nubllcalr- state campaign "here., today. Re
I rrnWlif-in' iiiW. "mM-)I- nArfW of the state
arrived early lrt thdVday-to participate In
tho parade, which waa held during the
Jndeonntr was chairman of the meet
ing. Music was furnished by the Republi
can Glee Club, of Cc-himbhs.' and the ad
dress of Vice-President C. TV. Fairbanks
followed.' He said:
"Let well enough alone." Is a well
worn phrase, yet It possesses great
virtue. When business conditions are
unexcelled, when both labor and capital
are generally and profitably employed.
It Is not the part of wisdom to revolution
ize political parties.
As to Tariff Hcform.
A Republican Congress will readjust
tariff schedules whenever such readjust-
m on f la Mcnf 11 frt nnuurvo th lntrrltv
of the system and to maintain the law
in wnoiesome ope ration, unange win pot
be made for the mere sake of change or
to promote free trade, whose disastrous
effects we well Understand. An adjust
ment of duties will be made responsive
to a sound economic demand. Whenever
such demand exists Congress, will. In a
wise and patriotic way, glv$ effect to
It. It1 will not proceed In manner to
disturb and unsettle, but to maintain the
stability of commercial conditions. The
subject will be considered, not In a narrow
nnd technical spirit, but in a' broad way.
having In view the largest common good.
The subject of railway discrimina
tions Ls of wide interest. The question
is obviously one to be dealt with in full
knowledge, and not by an appeal to preju
dice or by loud declamation. It must be
settled, not In tbe light of mere personal
or party politics, but according to prin
ciples of strict justice: In the light of
tight as between man and man. It will
be settled in the language of your plat
form, so as "to promote and insure the
rights of all individuals. Interests and lo
calities." .Legislation which has been hitherto en
acted "to cure the generally admitted evils
has not accomplished all that was In
tended or all that was deemed necessary.
'The President has brought the matter
to the attention of Congress, and Con
gress may be relied upon to proceed. In
the light of past experience and present
information, to enact such laws as will
effectually remove the evils which con
fessedly exist. There must be an end of
Republican triumph in Ohio will mean
the Indorsement of the administration of
President Roosevelt. It will show that the
people are satisfied not only with the
soundness of the great policies of the Re
publican party, but that they approve the
able and successful manner In which the
affairs of the Nation arc administered by
Governor Herrick spoke at considerable
length, dwelling chiefly on state Issues,
although calling attention to tbe In
terest Ohio people always take In Na
Governor Herrick said In part:
Tho cry of bosslsm Is raised at this
tire bv the' Democratic -oarty and its
allies in the hope that thereby they may
bo able to deceive the people and blind
thorn tn the real Issues In 'this camDaign.
This trick Is old as the opposition party
Itself. The Democratic party ls simply
trying to get into power. Tnat is tne
If the Republican ticket Is defeated In
th! election, it will not be attributed
to local or state Issues. Our enemies will
civ. It all the National significance they
can and upon a victory this Fall they
will build their hopes Of a. Democratic
delegation from the State of Ohio in the
Congress of the UniteU States next year.
"Will the Republican party of the great
State of Ohio, standing as it does for
everything that . President Roosevelt
stands for. through th mistake of In
difference take the risk of harassing Pres
ident Roosevelt's administration next year
Here's a Heater Special
to start you thinking of
Fall and Winter needs.
Cool nights and morn
ings will soon be with
us. Better prepare for
WOODLAND JEWEL HEATER'S
A handsome stove like the picture
above. Has polished steel body.
Best cast door, top and legs.
Airtight linings to top. Nickeled
footrail all around. Extra large
top with swing cover. Economi
cal and easily controlled ::
This heater can be used for cooking
and will accommodate hot-water coil
Regular $12.00 Size, S9.SO
Regular $13.50 Size, $11.00
BASE BURNERS ' AND COAL HEATERS
AT EQUAL REDUCTIONS
with a Democratic delegation In Congress
from Ohio? Never before has the Re
publican party of "Ohio been so ready and
so eager to meet the people us It is
in this campaign. Every device known
to political tricksters has been used to
divide the Republican party, but as the
days go by nnd the time of battle draws
near, our ranks are closing up anu we
are getting ready to go forward In de
fense of a common cause nnd against a
common enemy, confidently expecting an
old-time Republican victory at the polls.
Senator J. B. Forakcr closed the speak
ing programme, of the afternoon with a
discussion of National Issues.
ATTACKS GOVERXOK IIERItICK
Democratic Opponent Snys lie Is
NEWARK. O.. Sept. .23. The Democratic
state campaign was opened here today
at an open-air meeting, in which three
of the party candidates participated as
speakers, assisted by a former candidate
John M. Patterson, ef MUfortl. O.. for
mer Congressman and present candidate
for Governor, waa the tlrst speaker. In
the course of his aftdross he said:
."We arraign Governor Herrick for hts
subserviencQ to the great bos of Ohio
as Indicated" by his own efforts and the
efforts of his party friends to Induce th
boss to consent to and approve his nomi
nation. "It has been assorted by apologists for
the present organization of- the Republi
can party of Ohio that corruption and
graft' ha vt always existed, that the. morals
of-, tho present day are better than, ever
before, and that the many recent expos
ures of rascality in office are tha result
of an enlightened public conscience and
of greater" publicity which have brought
to light these evidences of graft.
"I deny that stealing ami corruption
must be expected as necossary incidents
to the administration of public affairs
Stealing and corruption are not only nec
essary Incidents to, but are the founda-
MADAM JENNIE NORELLI CAPTURES HER
HOME CITY WITH WONDERFUL VOICE
It was a woman's concert, and most
th nudlence were women
tlon principles of an administration by
bosses and gangsters. There can be no
such thing as 'good bom' or an 'honest
boss. In politics. 'All-booses and attend
ant gangsters depend for their existence
on spoliation and plunder.
"The plain facts are. that the reason
there are so many discoveries of whole
sale corruption In office is that under the
baleful regulation of bosslsm all over tti
country there Is - more boodllng. mnrs
robbery, than ever before la its historj.
"Grafting has become so common, so
brazen, that its exposures cease to occa
sion surprise ocwonder.
"I promise you on behalf of the gen
tlemen on the Democratic state ticket
that If elected .we shall honestly anil
fearlessluy discharge, our duties to the
best of our abilities. No Insolent boss
shall dictate to us by telephone. No
grafter shall .find . the atmosphere of the
Stntehouse congenial to his health and
business. Honesty and . economy shall
govern all our ofneial actions."
the capacity of the White Temple last
night to welcome thex most popular
woman singer In Portland because
he tho newest Madame Jennie Nor
elli. prima donna lyric coloratura so
prano. After air. there's nothing like
t,nmn ni no frlflrfds like our
old friends, whose esteem for lis has
the stamp of years, ana uuumc -elll
realized this whensho stepped on
.. t tn nlno- before Portland
people for the first time, after live
yeara' absence In grand opera and con
cert work in Europe. Women whose
dainty hands wero covered with as
dainty white kid gloves, applauded as
soon as Norelli came In sight, and kept
up the welcome for fully two minutes.
Norelli smiled and blushed with pleas
ure. She had come Into her own.
ThOFe who knew her five years ago
and heard her sing then, say Norell'
had n good but a thin voice, without
ringing notes in her head register, and
those same friendly critics were de
lighted to observe that now Norelli s
voice and style have broadened Just
tho sam as flowers expand uml-r thi
June sunshine and rain; and that she
has head notes, twlth a wonderful trill,
of th6 Melba-Nordlca order.
-Vell done. Norelli. You are a prima
dgnna that Portland takes to her heart
as a favorite child.
Verdi's recitative and aria. "Ah fors
eLnl," from "Ta Travlata," la an am
bitious number to slve as a premier,
put Norelli. was equal to the score be
fore her. In a voice of clear, liquid
beauty; she sang the motive of lova
and fear, and dhowed that shi has n
prodigal wealth of tone above the staff,
while Her trill wak electric In the
climax, she sanic one vocal surprise
after another, seemingly with the
greatest easerf and flnlsheo. with an E
flat In altlsslmo -with the softened
wMinM. nt n-Hutf. RnMV nf encores!
The-."btiildlnr. resounded with applause.
and Jsoreui .very sensioiy, on uuins re
called several tiroes, did not sing an
encorj thus giving- an object-lesson
In the encore nuisance. There should
be a limit . to encores In all musical
centers, Portland Included. "CaTO
Nome," from "Rlgoletto," was charm-1
ln-tv imr tbe familiar Ir hclne ren
dered with' all Its traditional beauty.'
Caesar xoungs -la .procession, ne
scrlblng a procession moving along a
country. Toad, was all. the more a nota
ble number because of the organ obll
gato of Miss Grace Kemp, and violin
obllgnto of Mrs. Sherman D. Brown.
The first two Scandinavian songs wero
the easiest and most melodloua on the
artistic programme, and wero sung,
in English, with a qualntncss and deli
cate humor that lift nothing to bo de
sired. Sigurd JJe'a "Soft-Fooled Snow."
sMrtg-ln Swedish; was rendered-: witn
exquisite pathos, and the half-voice
MADAME NORELTJ. WHO SCORED AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH.
was artistically used. But the .best
comes last, and In this case It was bo
celebrated mad scene Nfrom "Lucia dl
I-ammerrooor," with a flute obligato
played Jjjy Gustav Oechesle. Tho aria
was sung- with fire, precision and fine
expression, and so .perfect waa, tho
beauty of Norelll's voice In the trills
that It seemed lo rival Hhe clcarhesM
and sweetness of,., the flute, tone,
and to recall the interpretation "of
Melba. Can any higher praise belven
i for conscientious work and hard study?
Mrs. Sherman D- Brown's violin solos
j were played Nvlth. delightful tone and
expression, and Miss Kemp wus hcard
"tp advantage in thv organ number from
Wagner. Mrs. Warren E. Thomas was
jb. -cultured and painstaking acebmpa
; nlsle. . :.
J Norelli. hero's- hoping tp hear yrfUr
. charming voice an,d to see your charm
j in self on" tffe, concert platform once,
t more. J. M. Q. vl
INDEPENDENTS FQIl FUSION
Citizens' Union in New York Accepts
NEW YORK. Septt 23. Tha nomi
nating committee of. 16 of tho Citizens'
I Union', after a discussion of the letter
of William Halpin. chairman of tho
Republican County Committee. Inviting
the -Union to return' to the fusion con
ference, decided to return to tho con
ference atr the next meeting- on Mon
day night. R. Fulton Cutting said it
remained to bo seen whether the union
would present the - name of President
Martin W. Littleton, as lis candidate for
Johnson for a Third Term.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 23. At the Dem
ocratic City and County Convention
held today, "Mayor Torn L. Johnson was
renominated for a tnira term. Charles
W. Lapp was nominated for Vice-Mayor
and Carl II. Nau for City Treasurer.
Tho Johnson adherents controlled the
convention with practically no opposition.
An Unsuspected Cause.
'It Is curious how many diseases coma
from a disordered nervous system
which locates disease In some part of
the body, nnd the primary cause can
often betraced to coffee, -which- first
breaks down the nervous system. A
"There is no doubt coffee gave me
nasal catarrh. The cepUm in my nose
was all gone, and the, catarrh was eat
ing Its way, getting hold of the main
bone of the nose.- It -also affected my
sight very much.
"My nose was constantly dripping
bloody water, but In two. weeks' time
after I quit coffee and used' Postum
Food Coffe In Its place, Icould see my
way very well, the dripping from my
nose stopped and my nose finally got
perfectly well and healthy as far as is
possible for the coptlm to grow back.
"There is no doubt It was a case of
coffee catarrh, and the cure was made
entirely by changing from coffee to
Postum. The rest of my family took
up" the new drink, and Postum relieved
my wife and little boy of frequent head
aches, and what is called 'coffee head
ache' Is not knovn in our family any
more.- Our sleeo is so much more re
try Postum and all of them like It bet
ter the longer "they use it. and most of
them say It is better than coffee."
Name given -bl Postum Co., Battle
Ten days trial Postunx in place of cof
fe often works', wonders. There's a
. Look in s.each? pkg. for the famous
'little book, 'The' Road to Wcllville.