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,THE SUNDAY OREGOXTAN. POBTLAXD, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.
Yourjr herda Flret o by Cogswell & Mil
ler (no competition).
Produce of one cow First and second, taken
V OftprK-ett & Miller.
Bed Tolled Chaniplons.
In the championship competition for hull,
aH were taken by Cojrswell & Miller, a fol
lw: Senior champion bull. George Worth
ltoa Third; Junior champion. Mater: Junior
rrerve ohamplon. Meteor; grand champion,
0rgc Washington; reserve grand champion.
Chxmplan ienlor cow Sweet Rose. Cogswell
& MHlor; rworve senior champion cow, Kar
by same. Junior champion. Audelle,
G. M. Lasetle: Junior reaerve champion, Xar
cUa. CbssweU & Miller; grand champion,
8ww Roee. Ogswell & Mlllert rescne . grand
ctouKfton. Audelle, Laxelle.
E4ia of Champion Jerneya.
Bwtt. 2 years or ovi;r Champion. Marigold
Sc Holler; reserve champion, Tan Heller,
ktk exMWtcd by W. S. Ladd Estate.
Bn wider 2 years Champion, Marigold'
rfeampton. sfeewn by W. S. Ladd Estate; re
ev champion. LlUr" Governor, Atkinson
Oaw. 2 years or over Champion, Gertie AI
xxMftr: rewsrve ohamplon. Eurybla'a Daugh
ter. W. S. Ladd Estate.
Hatter under 2 yea-ChampIon, Marea's
OaMan Pogis. D. H. Looney. Jefferson, Or.;
nwerve champion. St. Heller's Bolonta, W.
S. LiM Estate.
Grand Champion Jerseys.
Matt. ajy ago Grand champion. Marigold's
0anH; reaene grand champion, Marigold
St. Hetir, IV. S. Ladd Estate.
Gw w heifer, any age Grand champion,
Gertie Alexander. IV. S. Ladd Estate; reserve
ma4 efcamfrien, Marea'o Golden PDgls, DVH.
Jersey Herd Awards.
Agr4 herds First and second, W. J3. Ladd
Bstmte: th4rd, Atkinson Bros.; fourth. Harry
Went, Scappeese, Or.
fag horde Klrrt and third, W. S. Ladd
JftM&te; eeeend, Harry Wert.
0t 9i me sire (four animals) First .and
flCtk. W. S. Ladd Estate; second, H. "Went;
tMr4. Atkinson Braf.; fourth, D. H. Looncy.
Pr4oe of no cow First, second and third,
W. &. Lad JSKtate; fourth, Harry "Wi-et; fifth,
is the alas for Devons, all awards went to
U N. MvWbertar & Son. of North Yakima,
Waefc., wtta no oempctltlon.
Award on Sheep.
OvtowvMe. rams. 2 years or overFirst prlio
wM c. K. Ladd. North Yamhill, Or.;
ti mm. John II. Stump. Monmouth, Or.
Jfeams. 1 year or under 2 Flrrt. and third
mtooa. C. E. Ladd; fr-poond and fifth. William
It 144 oil & Soflfi, Monmouth. Or.; fourth, John
X. Stomt- . .
Rain, months or under 1 year First and
iiwiii. Burnt llros.. McMinnvllle. Or.; third
mm fow-th. C. E. Ladd; firth. William ltlddell
JDwc, 2 ynrs old or o-er First, second ana
lownfc. C, iS, Ladd; third. William Rlddell;
ft. J. B. ritnmp.
Swm. 1 yar or under 2 Flrrt. second and
Mth. J- B. Stump; third and fourth, C. E.
Kvra, 6 ontlM or niwer 1 year Kiret ana
j. if. .uiuji; fconu ana nun, v.. j.
CfcamHon rani Roes, William Rlddell &
TOLA'S jr. f V Tod.
tfcW. C. K. Ladd; eeeend William Rlddell &
Fteck of ram and three ewes Diploma award
ed to John H. Stums.
rtock bred by exhibitor First and fourth.
C. X. Ladd: iomd and fifth, J. B. Stump;
tkW. XMoell & Sons.
A IW. of npecial jh-Ibcs were given the win
aarn n the various sections of this class.
TlMf fecial awards were offered by the
ANMVtcas CotewMs Association.
Arard on Llncolns.
Kmwi', 2 )er or over Finely second and
aft price awarded to J. H. & "E. Patrick.
IMorUMi. Canada: third ami sixth. J. B. Stump;
fottrth and ixnenth. Hawley &. Son, McCoy,
Raaw. 1 year or under 2 First, second and
taMrth. J. 11 & E. Patri&c; third, Rlddell &
8oms: Afth and Fixth. Hawley &. Son.
Hants. months or tinder 1 year Flmt and
rtxtfe. XMdelt & Sen; scoond, third and fourth.
i. H. & K. Patrick.
Kmf, 2 years or over First and second, J.
It. & K. Patrick; third and fourth, J. B.
Stwsnp: fifth. Hawiey & Son. V
tCwres. 1 year or under 2 First and second,
3. K. & E. Patrick; third. Rlddell & Bona;
foMrck and nfth. J. B. Stump.
we. 8 monUM or under 1 yoar Flrrt. fourth
and afta. J. H. & E. Patrick; vecond and
iMrd. wVey & Son.
TW awitrdn for champion ram and champion
ew In tbte class were taken by J. H. & B.
O nf one fire (four animals) First, J. H.
BIGGER SHOW THAN EXPECTED.
G. M. GoVtdetl. representative Inter
national Livestock Exposition. Chicago
It la a great deal bigger and a great
deal haiter show than anybody expected,
and the exnibltom from the East have
nad to meet a great deal better etock
than Was anticipated. All are enthu
4asic with everything connected with
tne xbtMtlon, treatmont aoeorded to
vtrttors. and In fact everything oon
neeted with the Fair.
It has been a revelation to the East
ra people to find such a magnificent
country in the Pacific Coast States, and
rate Mgh grade In livestock produced
ty breeders. I consider this the banner
Mi of the whole Expot-ltlon, calculated
to awaken greater interest generally In
HvorteAc oneottrage local breeders to
take advantage of favorable conditions
posveesed and create a better market
for both Eastern and Western ' breeders
on this eoaM.
& E. Patrick;, eoeond, Hawley & Son; third.
RMdel! & ns.
Produce of one ewe (two animals) First,
'will and fourth. 3. H. & E. Patrick; third.
RNtneU & Sons; fifth. Hawley & Son.
Flock, lam and three ewes Diploma won by
J. H. & E. Patrick.
Flock, bred by one exhibitor First and sec
ond. J. H. & B. . Patrick: third and sixth.
J. B. SMimp: fourth and fifth. Hawley & Son.
Awards on Rambouillets.
Xama. 2 years or over First, third and
fourth. Baldwin Sheep & Land Company,
Hay Creek. Or.; second, sixth and eighth.
R. A. Jarkfon. Dayton. Or.; fifth. Forbes
Bros.. Sheridan. Wyo.; seventh. Robert Tay
lor. Abbott. Neb.; ninth and tenth, Charles
Mr A Ulster. North Yakima. Wash.
Rama, 1 year or under 2 First, fifth and
svnnth. R. A. Jackson: second, fourth and
atxth. Baldwin Company; third. Robert Tay
lora oighth. Shaw & Bador. Marl Is. O.
Rams. 6 months or under 1 year First,
second and third. Baldwin Company; fourth
and sixth. R. A, Jackson; firth. Charles Mc
Allister. Bwes. 2 yoars or over First, third and
fifth. H. A. Jackson; second, fourth and
sixth. BaVwln Company; seventh. Robert
Taj lor: eighth and ninth. Charles McAllister.
JCwes. 1 year or under 2 First, second and
SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION. '
R. A. Jackson. Dayton, Wash. It la
the bept exhibit of livestock ever brought '
together ta the Northwest, and is val
uable, to our breeders as a school of
Instruction In how to bring their ani- .
mals late- the best condition for exhibit
purpose. It Is hard to curpam the (
ualtty of sheep we can grow here In
the Northwest, and the showing Is cred
itable alike to the exhibitors and to the '
management of the Exposition stock ex
MblU iMrd. Baldwin Company: fourth, fifth and
ctxth. It. A. Jaokson; seventh and -eighth.
E. C months or under 1 year First,
sAond and third. Baldwin Company; fourth.
txtn ami seventh. R. A. Jackson; fifth.
Champion ram Mukden, exhibited by the
Champion ewe Jackson 14, exhibited by R.
Get of one sir tfour animals) First. Bald
win Company: second. R A. Jackson.
Produce of one e-ve (two animals) First,
fourth and fifth. R A. Jackson; second and
third. Baldwin Company.
Floeks, ram and three ewes Diploma
awaraeo. to ijajawm company.
Flock, bred by exhibitor First and second
prises. Baldwin Company; third and fourth.
ii. a. jaexson.
Awards on Leicestcrs.
Rams. 2 years or over First and third. A.
W. Smith. Maple Lodge, Ontario; second.
Hams, 1 year or under 2 First and second,
A. W. Smith; thiro. Robert Taylor.
Rams. 0" months or under 1 year First and
third. A. W. Smithy second and fourth. A.
Ewes, 2 years or over First and second,
A- W. Smith third and fourth. A. W. Taylor.
Ewes. 1 year or under 2 first and third.
A. W. Bmlthjaecond and fourth, Rbberti
Ewes,J months or tinder 1 year First and
fourth. A. W. Smithy second and thlrCTSob
Champion ram and champion ewe Won by
A. W. Smith.
Get of one sire (four animals) First. X W.
Smith: second. Robert Taylor.
Produce of one ewe (two animals) Three
prizes won by A. W. Smith.
Flock, ram and three ewes Diploma
awarded to A. W. Smith
Flock, bred by exhibitor First and necond,
"X. W. Smith; third and fourth. Robert
i Awards on Oxford Downs.
In thl class there" were two competitors,
both of British Columbia. Shannon Broa, of
Cloverdole, took sx first awards, five seconds
and three thirds, while H. M. Vaaey.' ot 'Lad
ner. took four firsts, four second's, and two
thirds. Shannon Bros, exhibited Ihe cham
pion ram and Vasey got the prize 1 or cham
pion .ewip. .
Special prizes were awarded in accordance
with the official returns. These prizes Were
offered by the American Oxford Down As
sociation. Awards on Dorset s.
In the class for Dorsets competition was
confined to Richard Scott, of Mllwaukle. Or.,
and R. H. Thorn dale, of Thorndale. Ontario.
The Oregon man captured 12, or all of the
first prizes as well as four seconds, two
thirds, five fourths and no fifths. Harding
secured five, third awards, one fourth, iwo
fifths and two second awards. Mr. Scott's
Jumbo took away championship honors,
while Mr. Harding's ewe Lily took the cham
pionship awaid for ewes.
Awards, on Goats.
Bucks "born "before January 1, 1005 First,
second and fourth, exhibited by KT3deU &
Sons. Monmouth. Or.: third. Craig Bros..
Macleay. Or.; fifth. E. L. Naylor, Forest
Bucks born since January 1, 1805 First.
OREGON LEADS IN SWINE
G. G. Council, Vandalla, HI., judge swine aivision in qii me no
here are as good a any ehow ring In America. ' In quantity the showing la net
bo large as I have seen elsewhere In many places. In fact, but the quality is
unsurpassed, and more than compensates for any other considerations. Mr.'Ladd's
exhibit of Berkshire and the Hazelwood's exhibit, cannot bo beaten anywhere.
The champion boar and champion sow are good enough to win In any . prize
ling In the country this year, and I have seen nearly all of the swine exhibited.
That Poland China 2-yer-old sow it good from every point, and I hare not seen
Oregon breeders have shown to the world that the cllmat la the best -In the
world for hogs, and I attribute great deal of the succees that ha attended the
efforts of growers here to the mild climate. Here Summer exists almost through
out the entire year, whereas we have five months of severe weather la which It Is
Impossible to keep our wlne developing to the best standard. If the livestock breed
cm of the CoaitnStates keep up the pace they have set, the Eastern breedrs will
soon be coming to the Weet for their seed. Given the best climatic conditions In the
world, all thaf la necessary to success Is persistence and exercise of proper diligence
in accepting only th best grades of Mock as foundation for breeding.
second and third prizes awarded to V. S.
Grant. Dallas. Or.
Bucks, under six months Fir, and sec
ond. John B. Stump; third and 'fifth, Rld
dell & Sons; fourth. Cralr Bros. BtI,.
Does. 2 years or over First- J. B. Stump,
second, third and fourth, Rlddell & Sons;
fifth. Edward Naylor. ;... ,
Does, 1 year or under 2 First. Rlddell fc
Sons; second and fifth. Craig Bros.; third,
J. B. Stump; fourth. U. S. Grant.
Does, under 6 months First. HlddcU &
FEATURE OF THE FAIR. .
W. B. Catc, Hlllsboro, Or. This live
stock ihow will be of lasting value to
Oregon breeders. It is an Invaluable
benefit to have the stables of the latsre
breeders from Eastern States brought to
Portland as object-lessons for our joo
ple, and 1 most gratifying that Ore
gon can display Just as good stock as
any of the older states. We need more
good stock In this state, and the public
Is gaining some idea of what Wooded
livestock signifies. It Is the feature of
the Lewis and Clark Fair.
Sons;' second. Craig Bros.; third. Cftnklln
Bros., Newvllle. Cat; fourth, EdwardvNay-
l0Get of one sire (four .animals) FlrstTprlze
awarded to Rlddell & Sons; second, Craig
Brott.; third. J. B. Stump: fourth V. S.
Orant: fifth. E. L. Naylor. " I
Produce of one doe (two animals) First,
Cralc Bros.: second. Ridden & toons; intra.
J. B. Stump; fourth. E. U. Naylor; fifth.
E. L. Naylor. . I
Flock, buck ana tnree aocs nrsi uipuwi
awarded to Rlddell &1 Sons; second diplbma.
E. L Naylor. ,
Flock, bred by exhibitor First prlxe, J. B.
Stump; second. Rlddell & Sens; trtlrd. E. L.
Champion ram Rlddell'a Lad, exhibited by
Rlddell & Sons. '
Champion doe Harris Maid 20th, exhib
ited by Rlddell A Sons.
Awards on Draft Horses.
Team of mares or geldings, weighing not
less than 2800 pounds hitched First prize
awarded to Alameda and Keota Maxle, ex- i
hlblted bv Clyde Chlpman. Wilmington. Cat;
second. Royal Clara, exhibited by H. M.
awarded "to Fashion, exhibited by H. M. j
Vasey. M 1
2 years or unoer -i rirsi j"ti
RdiIHIp Viorap. mare or geiamg. gaiiea ,
Second and third. prizes awarded U Trilby
and Blue Eyes, exhibited by H. F. anil H. L.
Roadsters, best mare or gelding First and
second prizes awarded to Blaze Star and
Alama, exhibited by C. X Larrabec. Port
Pair mares or geldings (trotter or pacer)
INTEREST GREATER TILVN AT
M. D. Wisdom, secretary I m "very
much gratified and pleased at the sue- t
cess of the Livestock Show. I have :
been trying to lmprew the people for
year with the Importance of thU event, ,
which 1 have all along declared would
be one of the strongeC attractions of
the entire Exposition. Exhibitors at
first complained of the location, and
some of them felt that tberepuld be (
no attendance whatever at a point on ;
the grounds seemingly so remote, and ,
what Is most pleasing to me Is the.:
expressions of Eastern exhibitors now,
who pronounce It on unqualified sue-;
cess, and nay the interest manifested Is f
double that shown at the St. Louis ,
Fair last year.
First prize awarded to Red Jasper and
Orchil, exhibited by C. X. Larrabee: sectmd
won by Red Rock and Dick Wilkes, ex
hibited by W. F. Watson,JPortland.
Carriage team, mares or geldings Flrrt
prize won by Orris and Bracken, exhibited ty
C X. Larrabee; second. Bed Bock and Dick
Wilkes. , "
Single trap First and second taken by
Gols Carat and Orris, exhibited by Larrabee.
Double trap, "?ame.
Get of one sire (four colors) First prlzs
won by G. W. Speight, Hubbard. Or.
Mahlon Holcomb. of Elma. Wash., has
been studying the Exposition for a.
week and is the guest of his cousin,
George H. HImes.
Mr. A. Burr, artlpt, accompanied by
his wife" and Master Arthur, has ar
rived from Alaska on a visit to the
Fair. They are at 186 Twelfth street.
Mrs. Julia A. T. B. Adams, a pioneer
of Sutter's Fort (Sacramento) in 1S4S,
a sister to Mrs. w r. Bi.ho. of thi -
city, and an aunt of the late Mayor of
Salem, C. P. Bishop, came from Call-
fornla a little while ago to visit rela-
Uvea and take in the Exposition.
W. V. Jobes. of the Jobcs Flour Mills,
of &t Johns, has found it necessary on
account of his health to go to the Port-
land Sanitarium, where he will remain
several weeks. His physician, after care-
ful examlnaUon. advised Mr. Jobes to
take a rest from all active business cares.
F. A. Toung, who was formerly In-
terestcd in a sheep, ranch In the vlclnl-
ty of Shanlko with his father, -has
purchased the old Sutton ranch. n -
talnlng 5000 acres and 13,000 bead of
snecn. Mr. Toung will leave Portland
Monday for his new ranch, which Is
situated IS miles from Mitchell.
ii Wi mm ii F' i m f i
J, Frank. Slnnott, Iteputy United States
Collector of Cuntoms. of Kome, Alaska,
arrived at Port Townscnd last Tuesday,
on the revenue cutter Manning", rnaklnff
a close train connection for Portland. Mr.
Slnnott has been In the frozen 5orth over
three years. He Is now visiting his par
.ents at 373 Ross street, and will remain
for 90 days, before returning to his post
Colonel W. G. "Whipple. United States
District Attorney at Little Rock, Ark:,
is vlpltlnjr his niece, Mrs. J. C. Satm
dersrat 167 Eleventh street. Colonel
.Whipple is visiting the Fair, and
spenkji in glowing terms of the exhib
its and general management, and par
ticularly of the beauty of Ihe site. He
also admires the city and Its beautiful
Mrs. X. B. Crane, wife of ex-CouncIl-mon
and'ex-Mayor N. B. Crane, of the
old East Portland City. with her son
Clifford and daughter. Lucia Crane Mat
thews, arrived last evening in Portland
after an absence of over ten years, dur
ing which time their home has been . in
California. Yhey will be at home to all
their old friends at the Osborne Hotel.
Grand avenue, during their stay In the
Mrs. Lelda Saylor Fox. of Des Moines,
la., a cousin of the late Dr. TVr. H. Say
lor and F. H. Saylor, of this city, came
to Portland a few Jays ago to visit rel
atives" and attend the Exposition. She
will take back to Iowa a small piece of
the Hoyal Ann cherry tree which Kol
Its etart In Iown In 184ff, and was
hauled across the plains In 1S47 by
Henderson Luelling;. and planted at
Mllwaukle that Fall.
Louis R. Wilson, of Halsey, Or., and
his twin brother, Rufus R. "Wilson, of
Waukee, la., met fpr the flrst time
In 25 years in this city yesterday. The
brothers were here visiting the Ex
position, when they met at the home of
a lster-ln-law. They are veterans or
the Civil War. 'having- served through
the strife between the North and South
in the same organization Company I,
of the Seventy-eighth Illinois Infantry
Rev. C. C. Poling, Ph. D., president of
the Dallas College, who has been In
Johnstown. Pa., for the last IS months,
and Dr. C. A. Mock, Ph. D., also of
Johnstown, arrived yesterday morning.
The former went on to Dallas with his
family, but Dr. Mock remained In the
city to visit the Exposition, and went , to
Dallas last evening. Dr. Poling resumes
charge of the Dallas College, and Dr.
Mock becomes a member of the faculty as
teacher of languages. The college opens
Monday, the opening having been delayed
until they could arrive and be present.
Dr. Poling also takes charge as pastor of
the United Evangelical Church of Dallas,
and will preach there this morning.
CHICAGO. Sept. 23. (Special:) Ore
gonlann registered today as follows:
From Portland M.,Ll Holbrook and
family, at the Auditorium; C. A. Leager
and wife. Miss "Walberg, at the Morri
son: C L. Hathaway, at the Great
Northern: -C 1x Fox, C A. Perry, at the
Brlggs House; E. W. Heddlngton, R.
"Williams, at the Palmer Houser
From Salem A. T.' Way, at the Great
LIVER POOLi. Sept- 23. The Cunard
Line steamer Lucanla. which sails from
here today for New York, takes among
her passengers Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Hearst and General James G. "Wilson.
Must Deposit Bnil First.
A practice of permitting persons ar
rested to be released on their own rec
nrnlmnrp lif rr i nnn .-Inn. vonrM
MunlclDal Judee Cameron Ti-n- Rtonnd
yesterday, when a general pollco order
was issued to the effect that ball
should "be deposited In all cases where
arrests are made.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. 23. Maximum tempera
ture. SI deg.: minimum, 53. River reading
at ii a. ii.. i.4 xeet; cnange in past 24 hours.
rise, v.i ot a root. Total precipitation. 3
P. M. to r. P. M., none; total since Septem
ber 1. 1!05. 1.42 Inches; normal, l.lfl inches;
excess. 0.20 of an Inch. Total sunshine Sep
tember 22. 1003, 9Tiours and 31 minutes;
possible. 12 hours and 11 minutes. Barom
eter (reducod to sea level) at 5 P. 20.77.
Light showers have fallen today along the
Oregon and Washington oon.it. and cloudy
and threatening weather prevails this even
ing In that section and In Eastern Oregon.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, In
the Willamette Valley and the Sound Coun
try fair weather continues.
The Indications are for showers and cooler
weather Sunday In this district except in
Southern Idaho, where fair weather will
Forecasts made at 'Portland for the 2S
hours ending at midnight. September 24:
Portland and vicinity Showers and" cooler.
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Successor to A. J. FARMER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
2S1. 253 and 2S3 Third SL, cor. Jefferson.
The Big Store
Prices quoted below will save you at least
20 per cent:
Best Dry Granulated Sugar (not beet).
100-1 b. sacks $3.10
19 lbs. Best Dry Granulated Sugar (not
schilling's Baking Powder" iSc
1-lb. nkg. Arm & Hammer Soda,.... 5c
j Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per pkg. 10c
, wheat Flour, per sack. $L0
Best Eastern Hams per lb 14c
Picnic Hams, per lb 9c
I?edden nUwi per lb (
loiib.i bt S-V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VlOT
j 20-lb. pail best Jard JliSO
1 Best Soft-Wheat Flour, per sack. $1.00
i Java and Mocha conee (regular 35c),
R?r l"V"; W?"V:"V 2Sc
1 3 lbs. Broken Java and Mocha (equal ta
1 2 c"primroVeCream!"!."I:"!.
Tiger Cream (regular 10c), per can 5c
1 English Breakfast Tea (rcg. 23c). Ib....l5c
1 Pastum Cereal, per pkg. t 20c
j Soda Crackers. 10-lb. box :...50c
Fmcy Ytltttf hxks for. Canninf , He
East Side deliveries Tuesdays and -Fridays.
"Wood lawn. North Alblna and Pied
MCOXK KAIN 4M. '
Showers. Cooler In the-Interior. South to
R -west winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington ana
Northern Idaho Showers and thunderstorms.
Southern Idaho Clondy to partly cloody
and occasionally threatening, probably cooler
A. B. WOLLABER.
Acting District Forecaster.
Xom "Booms aad Board," "Hea
keeslnf Xooms" "5 Ka tieai 1 Wasted," IS
word or less. IS e; IS to W war. 3 J
coitsj Jl to 3 words, 23 cams. ec -o
cosnt for a44kJoaaI Jnsertlon.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today." 26 ceats for IS words aw left
18 to 2 words., 4t cents: 21 to S word. 5
cents, etc- first teserUos- Each additional
ierUm, -oae-kalft bo farther dUcomt s
dcr ono snoatkv
".VEW TODAY" (rasge BMHre sjrate), 13
ceats per line, first Insertion; 19 cents per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMXJiTS. ad
dressed care The Oregonlnn. and. left atthls1
offtee, should always.be iaclssed la oesled
cavelovea, No. atara Is required oa such
" The Oregeataa will not be resnossiblo for -errors
la advertise meats taken throagh the
MEETING NOTICES. 4
PROSPECT CAMP. ATTENTION ! Neigh
bors! Membera are rcqueeted to attend meet
ing Thursday evening. September 28. A spe
cial communication from the Head Consul'
will- be read. Prospect Camp, W. O. W..
Invites all of Ita members to attend an old
time rsnoker, plenty of hard cider and other
refreshments; Initiation with eido degree; en
tertainment, boxing by men that know how,
Thursday evening, September 23. J. J. Jen
nings. George W. Tabler. J. H. Bush, Elmer
Cook and S. A. John, committee.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA All brother
Foresters are requested to meet at Foresters
Hall, corner Second and Tamhill streets,
Sunday, September 21. at 1 P. M.. for the
purpose of performing the last sad rites, of
our deceased Brother Garrison.
FRED MASON. Chief Ranger.
W.-E. SNYDER, Financial Secretary
rVANHOE LODGE. NO. 1. K. OF P.:
Members please take notice: Regular, conven
tion this Tucadav evening at T.'SO o'clock
sharp In Pythian-Hall, eighth floor Marquam,
nldg. Page rank. After initiation mere wm
be an entertainment andirefreshments served.
VialUng knights cordially- Invited.
L. E, CROUCH. CC.
Fred P. HOLM. K. ot R. and;S.
GEORGE WRIGHT RELIEF CORPS Old
fashioned New England dinner, Friday, Sept.
S3, from 5 to 8, Mulkey Hall. Second and Mor
rison. Supper, dancing ana whist. Twenty-
five cents. Public Invited.
HELEN N. PACKARD,- President.
PORTLAND TEAM. 107. W. OF W. Will
give a military wblflt party, Wednesday even
ing. September seinng-mrsen bonding.
Admhvdon. 13 cents. Refreshments. Every
MT. HOOD CIRCLE. W. OF W.. announces
Its first military whist Tuesday, September
20. at East Side W. O. W. Hall. Refresh
menta, IS cents. COMMITTEE.
W. R. d GEORGE WRIGHT NO. 2. meets
every Friday evening, third floor Mulkey
building, northeast corner Second and Morri
son. HELEN N. PACKARD, PresldenL
FRYE In this city. Sept. 23. 1005. at the
residence of J. H. Frye. 760 Savier at.,-
Mary Frye. agea -1 yean. Notice of fa
LA FLESH The funeral eervlces of the late
Captain T. J. La Flesh will be held at 1G
E. 20th st.. today at 230 P. V.
GARRISON Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services of A. Cyrus Garrison, which will
be held at Flnleys chapel at 2 P. M.-today.
Interment. Rlrervlew Cemetery..
CARTS EN I n this city. September 23. 1905.
at 437 East Twenty-fifth street. Charles
Cartsen. aged C8 years. Funeral services
will be held at Pprtland Crematorium
at 10 A. M. today. '
CLASE In this, . Cltr. Sept. 22, 1003. Mr.
Fannie Clase.' aged 33 "rears, beloved wife
of August Clare. Funeral will take place
today at 3 P. M.. from Dunning; McEatee
& Gilbaugh's chapel. 7th and Pine su. In
terment G. A. R. plot. Greenwood Cemetery.
DTTNNING. M'ENTEE OILBAUGH. Suc
cessors to Dunning & Campion, undertakers
and embalmers: modern tn every detail; 7th
and Pine. Fhoee Main 430. Lady assistant.
EDWARD nOLMAX CO.. Undertakers nnd
embalmers. have moved to their new build
ing. Third and Salmon. Lady assistant.
Telephone No. 307. .
J. P. FINLEY SON. Funeral Director,
cor. 3d and Madison. Office of County Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Telephone No. 0.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder- Lady aarlstant. Telephone East 32.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO.. Undertakers. Em-
balmers. 273 Russell; East 1&88. Lady ass'U
ON TUESDAY NEXT
A"Kain we have the pleasure to announce
that we have a select consignment of
nne furnishings of residence removed to
BAKER'S AUCTION HOUSE for positive
sale, to highest bidder.
IX THE LIBRARY Tourist easy chairs
and couches in real leather and horse
hair stuffing: sectional bookcases la
oak. about 100 vols, of miscellaneous
books: library table In oak; Smyrna
niCT. loit. 6 in. by 7 it. 6 in.:, octagon
chess table: beautifully Inlaid with
choice .woods. . original, .cost 173.00.
IN THE PAfRLORSr-VcrY .handsome lady's
secretary. in real mahogany. -cost $60:
Frencn. ciock. in marai$: silver cieo
trie drop-Jlght, genuine mahogany seat
silk nortleres and drapes: lace cur
tains: mohair ruir: WlltOn carpet 17
by 36 fL 6 In.: two Rosburg rugs. 12x14
ft-: lardinere and larse-slze vases:
taborette. In quarter oak; parlor suite
of 3 pieces; several handsome rockers
In Quarter oak: small - rocs: tables:
lounges; Davenports; etchings in neat
IN DINING-ROOM Round extension
with large, carved pedestal; buffet
with large, French-plate mirror; set
of box-seat diners, all en suite: dinner
set; side-table, in oiraseye maple: In
dian seat; Brussels carpet; rocKers,
etc: 11 yards Axnunstcr stair carpet
12 yards velvet hall carpet.
IN THE BEDROOMS Windsor f61dlag-
bed. In quarter-sawed oak. with mirror
front, complete wiin cuneo-nair mat
tress and pillows; 2 large oak chef-
fonlcrs: 4 Iron beds, full size and
three-fourths. In green and white, com
plete with springs, hair ana felt mat
tresses, goose-ieatner pmows, comiorts,
princess and other dressers; toilet-
wares: chairs and rockers: curtains
carpets; mattings: shaving cabinet.
with Ffench-piate mirror.
IN KITCHEN. ETC Jewell gas range
(eaual to-ncwi; eastern range: men
sils: kitchen Queen; refrigerator
ALSO 12-foot extension table In solid
chen-v: first-class hammock, with silk
floss cushion; drop-head sewing ma
chine; oil heating-stove, and mlscel
The above goods will be on exhibition
tomorrow (Monday). Sale TUESDAY, AT
10 a. m.
GEORGE BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
' Auction Sale
ON THURSDAY NEXT
For several consignments of household
goods and furniture from Snnnyslde and
other parts or me cuy at taxers Auction
House, corner Alder and Park streets. Sale
at 10 A- M.
GEORGE BAKER, Auctioneer.
50x100 feet with eight-room
residence on Twelfth street
PRICE J75-VRY CHOICE. -
GOLDSMITH & CO!
HI SHERLOCK -BLDG-. 3RD AND. OAK.
r -feo.iDQKer. a Cot
Extensive combination auction sale
of-household furniture on premises,
Nos.' 353 Oak, Corner of Park,
nd No. 70 Park Near Oak,
Tomorrow, Monday, Septem
ber 25, at 10 A. M.
Furniture and fittings costing orig
inally $2000;-a great opportunity for
buyers. All the fittings of the flats,
including Gas Ranges, "Windsor Fold
ing Beds, Carpets, Dressers, Linoleum,
Chiffoniers, Bedding. All in first-
class " condition. Curtains, Chau's,
Rockers, Stands, Commodes, Iron.
Bedsteads on"-sale (tomorrow) Mon-J
-day at ' 10 A. M.
S.-L..N: GILMAN, Auctioneer.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE OF
FINE ART," ETCAND HOUSE
On Exhibition Monday Tomorrow.)
Sale Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 413.
Washington Street, at 10
o'clock A. M.
(Private owner). The list includes
a costly French Bronze group, choice-
hnnd-pamted Vases, Plates, Jardi
nieres, very fine Chandelier, fine Softfi
Cushions (best feathers), Draperies
.Brass tand, iuu volumes miscellane
ous "works. Books Ellis' History of
United States", Encyclopedia Britan-
nica, Couch, Easy Chair, Yelvet Car
pets, Kazae Rug, Dining-room Furni
ture, Cut Glass Pieces, Pier Mirror,
gold frame; Ottomans, etc, at same
time and place.
Household furniture, including all
the fittings of recently furnished resi
dences. Buvers will do well to at
tend sale Tuesday at 413 Washington
street, 10 A. M.
S, L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Special Auction Sale; '
AND P!AN"0 OF FLAT
Wo are reaucsted to sell by public auc-1
tlon, all the fine furniture contained In
FJatNo. 11J4 Ninth Street Be-
.tween Stark and Burnslde,
on Wednesday Next, Sept.
27th a VI 0 A.M.
Included In sale: Axmlnster carpets;
9x12 Axmlnster rugs; fine mahogany pedes
tal, mahogany Roman set: pretty sofa;
easy chair; very fine Kimball piano, of
excellent tope; music cabinet; New Home
sewing machine; very pretty oak -buffet;
Ttnlnn tnhlo nnri rh!r? lnriv'a venn t h-
cred oak desk and cnalr; jardlnerc stands;
pictures; Iron bedsteads, with springs;
mattresses; oak dresser and commode:
Inlaid linoleum; white maple dresser and
commode; flour table; Peerless gas cook
range, water heater attached, etc. Sale
Wednesday, September 27, at 30 A. M.,
at flat 11 Ninth street between Starve and
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
At Rooms No. 413 Washing
ton Street Extending to No.
108 Tenth Street
The Most Spacious Auction Sales
rooms on the Coast.
Thursday and Friday, Septem
ber 28 and 29, Eacl Day at
10 o'CIock A. M.
Household furniture to be -sold on
-account of declining housekeeping.
Buyers -will obtain bargains at these
S.rL- N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
We are Instructed (on account of re
linquishing housekeeping) to sell by public
auction at residence.
No. 192 Lownsdale Street, Be
tween Yamhill and Taylor
(Near the High School) on
Thursday Next, September
28, at 10 o'CIock A.. M.,
The furniture, etc, of above residence. In
cluding carpets, very handsome solld ma
hogany bookcase, co3tly buffet, (extensIon
table, dining chairs, glasswarei crockery,
plated ware, bedroom furniture; etc, range,
linoleum, kitchen furniture, gas cook
range, etc Sale Thursday next, at 10 A.
M., at 192 Lownsdale strceL
S. L. N. GILMAN. AucUpneer.
Nineteenth and Davis streets. These
magnificent flats will be ready for occu
pancy about October 1. Remaining -vacancies
should be reserved, at once.
-DONALD G. WOODWARD. Agent,
212 Stark street. TeL Main 343.
315 Worcester Stock
Etat work. SeefaU ami rUiMal swWtf.
XfcMM CUr 2M.
BY J. T. WILSON
Tomorrow, at Salesroom, 180
First Street, at 10 A. M.
MAMMOTH AUCTION SALE, compris
ing TWO PIANOS. THREE EXTRA
PINE OAK WARDROBES, MASSIVE
TTALNUT BEDROOM SET. maple, oak
and ash dressers, ladies desk with mirror,
oak center tables, a fine assortment of
rockers, dining-room tables and chair, two
baby go-carts, toilet sets, fine bedding
apd pillows, extra-fine springs and mat
tresses, large couch, parlor screen, 200
SPRINGS to be sold In lots, enamel Iron
beds trimmed In brass, lace curtains,
dishes, kitchen treasure, tables, kitchen
utensils, three cookstoves, heating-stoves,
NEARLY NEW BRUSSELS and "WOOL
CARPETS, and- a great variety of other
. Two Sales Tuesday
r Sale No. One '
fThe Elegant Furnishings of a
Large Cottage, 453 Fourth
Street, Corner College
i at 10 A. M.
Acting on Instructions from the owners,
we will sell at public auction, all the fine
appointments of their cottage, comprising
In part: BIRDSEYE MAPLE FURNI
TURE, chiffonier, lady's desk, dresser and
commode. lady's dressing-table, Brussels
and Moquet carpets and rug3 In select
patterns. OAK BUFFET, extension dln-
ing-table and box-seat chairs, MAHOG
ANY PARLOR CHAIRS and rockers.
choice lace curtains, dishes, glassware.
ete, oaic wardrobe, two select iron beds
in Drass trimmings, nair mattress and
feather beds, large couch, sewlnsr ma
chine. Faultless heating stove, gas stove.
cooKsiove. Kiicnen - treasure, ana otner
select furnishings throughout the bouse.
Sale at 2. P. M.
At 327- E. Sixth St., Near Mill
Having Instructions from Mrs. M. A.
Cowan, we will sell the furnLshlnxs of
her neat cottage, comprising oak bed
room sets, hair mattresses: nearlv new
body Brussels carpets, rugs, wicker corner
cnair ana rocxers, toilet sets, center
tables, upholstered Darlor rockers and
chairs, couch, large mirror, lace curtains,
fine bedding and pillows. Domestic sew
ing machine. Jardinieres, full line of kitch
en equipment. Jewel cookstove. gas plate.
neaiers anu otner lurnismngs or value.
Sale prompt at 2 P. M.
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
at 10 A. M.
On this date we will unload all the
fine parlor furniture. MASSIVE OAK
FOLDING-BED "WITH FRENCH PLATE
-uikkuu, aining-room ereects, bedroom
furnishings, carpets, rugs, iron beds,
toiletware, bedding, kitchen utensils.
dishes, glassware, cook and heating stoves.
Desiaes wuatituss ot household
EFFECTS too numerous to itemize, con
signed to our salesroom for convenience
The Lonsdale Rooming-house
at 502i Washington Street
Near Sixteenth Sale
at 10 A. M.
On account of deoarture and bv order
of the owner, we will close out at auc
tion sale (this day) all the substantial
lurnishmgs ot this large house, compris
ing fine UPRIGHT COMBINATION
FOLDING-BED, Brussels and wool car
pets, dressers, enameled iron beds,
springs, hair mattresses, choitonleres, oak
oeuroom seis. iacc curtains, touet sets,
couches, center, tables, dining tables,
phnlrs a nr? rncWom PAHT.OP 1T an.
TING-ROOM EFFECTS, gas stove, heat
ing and cook stoves, kitchen treasure.
and all other furnishings in the different
suites ot tnis large house.
NOTE On account of Saturday being
OREGON DAY (a holiday) we have.
omitted our regular Friday sales to hold
the above sale. Buyers and dealers will
find It advantageous to attend our sales
for this week. Every sale comprises
select furnishings of value,, (nothing
B. Parties desirous of quick Te
turns and fair dealing will profit by con
suiting us before selling elsewhere. We
pay cash for housefurnlshlngs, -etc, or
win sen you out ror tne regular commis
Phone Main 162S.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Portland Auction Rooms
A- SCHUBACH, Proprietor.
AT 211 FIRST STREET
Monday, Tomorrow, at 2 P. M.
For this sale we have a GRAND COL
LECTION OF FURNITURE. GLASS
WARE. CHINA WARE. TABLE LINEN,
BED LINEN. CLOCKS. SILVERWARE,
KITCHEN AND LAUNDRY UTENSILS.
all consigned to be solu WITHOUT RE
SERVE tomorrow at 2 P. MX
C L. FORD, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale at Oregon City
JV, W. BRADLEY'S STOCK OF FURNI-
And other sundries to be sold by the
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS
Tuesday Next, at 10 A. M.
Here Is a grand opportunity for dealers
and nrlvate parties to secure bargains.
Be at the store, near the Postoffice. sharp
at 10 A. AI U. L. bXJIUJ,
AT 211 FIRST STREET
Wednesday Next, at 2 P. M.
And Friday Next at 2 P. M.
We have large assortments of furniture
already sent to us for these salesvso you
are sure to find Just what you feaulre.
We will sell any article at any time
when requested to ao so. it is not neces
sary to remain during the entire sale.
Come sharp at 2 P. M. and got your
choice c. l. fjord.
The Portland Auction Rooms will buy
furniture orjany mercnanaise in any quan
tities. Phone Main S555.
For sala A new 3-room cottaee, all coa
venlencs, fall cement basement; streets
different and better than anything In the
city; fully Improved; a very desirable lo
cation; convenient to two trolley lines. See
the modern, complete, unique, eight-room
residence, ctrser lota and Cladcamas sts.
Ready Sept. 13th. Lots sold on advanta
geous terms to hotnebuMders.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
68 H Third St.. Room 4.
Choice Businsss Pronerty
Goldsmith & Co
412 SHERLOCK BLDG., 3RD AND
The beautiful suburb you hear
so much about, where lots aro
sold for 3120 ($3 down and 33
per month), and homes are built
and sold at rent rates. "Water
mains through the tract: streets
graded: smallest lot 50x100 feet;
beat electric car on Coast pass
through FIRLAND every 15
minutes; 5c fare to any part ot
the city. Take Mout Scott car
First and Alder streets.
Geo. W. Brown
203 Failing building. Phone Main
2129. (Open evenings.) ROBT.
A-vTAYLOR, office, Flrland Sta
tion. THE BEST PROPERTY ON
"Which Is on the market today may be;
found upon our list of property for sale
A partial list:
COKflfl Two cnc,Ice building lots on 19tb!
wJUU street. East front, cement walk.
tOflflfl cmer 100x10$ with 5-room cot
V.UUU tage. A good buy and on easy
Hicn An Irregular plece of ground oa
vi I uu spring street, iouxis) reet.
(OCnn Four lots on car line; northern
ZJUU outlook; fine view.
"1Knn Four large lots at the highest
VtuUU point of the Heights; unobstruct-
view in all directions; a choics
SO7C A good building location. SOxSO
0 I u with city water in street-
See our entire list of Heights property.
Portland Trust Company of Oregon
109 THIRD STREET-
West Park lot, south of Burnslde,
East Park lot, south of Washington,
Burnslde -Tjlock, east of Tenth streef
Flanders st., K-block. west of Park.
Flanders st., -block. east of 12th st
7th st.. cor. brick, north of Washington,
6th st. cor. brick, south of Burnslde
3rd st., cor. brick, north of Washington.
Improved lot, .near 20th and Washington.
353 Washington, cor. Third.
We are authorized to offer for
a few days a choice corner brick
building on First street. Earn
ing capacity $140 per month at
the above figure.
A. F. SWENSSON & CO.
253J Wash., Corner Third StrceC
$50.00 FOR A PHOTO
We are desirous of obtaining photos of
Nature's resources for publication in our
illustrated semi-monthly magazine, and
Invite competition for a $50.00 cash prize
for the best photo pertaining to mining,
cattle raising, farming, fruit growing, or
anv industrv or development of Nature's
resources In any part of the world. Simply
send photo careruuy wrappea tsiiver print
preferrred) with description In pencil and
your address on the back. We will pur
chase at current rates any meritorious
photo that does not win the prize.
Address A. T.PIERCE, Editor,
604 Clarkson St., Denver, Colo.
Desirable Building Site
Consisting of about three acres, located
corner Hawthorne avenue and Ea3t Water
street, for lease in whole or In part on,
favorable terms. The location Is suitable
for warehouse, manufacturing, hotel and
store purposes. Owner will build to suit
LAMBERT, WHITMER S GO. AGENTS
404 Alder street. Citizens Bank,
A Very Choice ' Improved
In the heart of retail District;
Pays 6 per cent net
Goldsmith & Co.
442 SHERLOCK BLDG., 3RD AND OAK.
Pay Yourself Rent
Fine full lot. East Salmon, close In,
cheap at $1000. Will furnish money to
build-on same up to $2000. You furnish
your own plans, architect, etc 5600 cash,
balance 7 per cent. $30 per month.
F. O. NORTHRUP & CO..
211 Commercial block.
927 ACRE x
Farm and stock ranch. In Valley; 173 acres
cultivated land, good orchard, good 7-room.
house, 5 barns and other buildings. 3
creeks through place; R. F. D. mall; 7
miles from county seat; 250 head of stock;
good farming Implements. Price, $15,000;
terms. Mrs. H. F. Ball, owner. Corvallis,
Or. Rural Route No. L
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance in AH Lines.
A. H. BIRRELU
22-3 JJtKay bid- Talra aad Stark
' LOUIS H. BOLL
PIANO STUDIO NOW OPEN FOR PUPILS,
Parlors 8 aad. 10. 342 Waahinxtoa it..