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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 8, 1905.
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American Criminal Exposes
THEY PREY ON AMERICANS
Story of Conspiracy Worthy of Raf
fles Told by Charles Fisher,
AVho Turns King's
X.ONDON. Oct. 7. Charles Fisher, an
American convict-now serving a ten-year
sentence- of Imprisonment In England for
burglary, was the principal witness for
the crown at the "Westminster Police
Court today In a case against Talbot
Brldgewater, describing himself as a med
ical specialist: Lionel Peyton Holmes,
"William Edward Shawkell and Elizabeth
Foster, said to be Brldgewater's wife,
charging them with conspiracy and forg
ing the name of Marshall Fox, an Amer
ican resident in Xiondon, to a check for
Fisher said he was born in New York,
and that he had aervod several sentences
in America. He broke Jail in Cincinnati
In 1882 and escaped to England, but was
rearrested and returned to the United
States on an extradition warrant.
The case, against the defendants dates
back to the Summer of 1904. Brldgewater.
It is charged, was the originator of the
plot He is alleged to have paid atten
tions to a lady, the secretary of Mr. Fox,
who is said to have installed Fisher as a
boarder In her house at Streatham, a sub
urb of London. Fisher, It is said, secured
wax impressions of the keys of the Fox
safe, and the conspirators had a key
made from this and got Fox's checkbook.
Later Fisher was arrested in connection
with an office-breaking affair and sen
tenced to ten years. The case has at
tracted considerable attention from time
to time, as the prisoners were brought
up on remand. Recently. Fisher turned
King's evidence and confessed his share
In the Fox robbery to an Inspector of
police In the Jail where he Is working out
Fisher's evidence today was an ex
haustive disclosure of his alleged connec--tlon
with the case on trial and his career
of crime. Since coming to England, he
lias been convicted three times, including
his present sentence. He testified that
he was the accomplice of a gang working
In London andshadowIng rich Americans,
1 and It is leaAc;d that he was directly
connected with the recent robbery of a
pearl necklace from Christie's. Fisher
said he never moved about without carry
ing wax for the taking of Impressions of
locks, and', while not admitting that he
was connected with other big robberies,
it was evident that he knew much about
them. He said ho had turned King's evi
dence because he wished to lead a new
Brldgewater asserts that Fisher is hired
by the police, and that the whole of his
alleged confession Is a police plot.
MUST TRY POLYGAMISTS
Smoot States Position Regarding the
Apostles Taylor and Cowley.
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 7. United
States Senator Reed Smoot, an apostle
of the Mormon Church, who in confer
ence 3'CBterday refrained from voting
to sustain the quorum of apostles and
other authorities of the chucrh, today
gave out a statement explaining his
position. He said:
I will not vote to sustain as members
of the quorum of twelve apostles In the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints John W. Taylor and Matthias F.
Cowley until they have had Bome hearing
by some competent authority in the
church. I do not think it proper for me
to vote to sustain them.
Mr. Smoot defined "competent au
thority" as a bishop's ecclesiastical
Messrs. Taylor and Cowley are re
puted to have taken plural wives since
the promulgation of the "Woodruff
manifesto, and for several months past
their whereabouts has not been defi
nitely known. All efforts to subpena
them as witnesses in the Smoot hear
ing at Washington failed.' At that
time It was reported that one of them
was In Mexico and the other in Canada,
but recently both jvere reported to be
In Utah. In the hearing at Washing
ton, before the Senate committee on
privileges and elections, Mr. Smoot de
clared that he would not vote to sus
tain them In the general conference of
the church. Mr. Smoot did not attend
the conference In April last. Yester
day he refrained from voting, but did
not vote in the negative or offer any
EULOGY ON JUSTICE CHASE
Senator Foraker Speaks on Great
Judge of Civil "War Times.
SPRINGFIELD. UL. Oct 7. An oil por
trait .of Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, lor
many years a member of the Supreme
Court of the Unlttd States, was presented
by members of the bar of Southern Illi
nois to the United States Circuit and Dis
trict Court for the Southern District of
Illinois, this afternoon, the ceremony tak
ing place in tho courtroom. Governor
Deneen made the presentation speech and
was followed by United States Senator
Foraker of Ohio, who delivered an address
on "'Salmon Poilland Chase," Senator
Foraker said. In conclusion:
Already he has taken his proper place In
history and In the appreciation of the Amer
ican people as the great figure he really
was a strong-, massive, patriotic, fearless
and controlling character In the oettle
ment of the mighty questions that, shook to
the foundations the Institutions of our Gov
ernment. Ho will be remembered also for
the purity of his ilfe, for his domestic vir
tues, for his deep religious nature, ever de
pending on divine help, and for that lore
and zeal for humanity that made him bravo
social ostracism aad sacrifice. If necessary,
all chance of penional political preferment
that he might chimplon the cause of the
slave and break the power that held him In
fetters. In the light of true history the
consistency of his conduct will not be deter
mined by the record of hW party affiliations,
but "by the constancy of his devotion to
that cause that filled his heart and dom
inated ill his political actions. Measured by
that test, few men have run a stralghter
course or done more to merit higher esteem
cf their countrymen.
New Packing-House In Operation.
KANSAS CITY. Oct." 7. (Special.)
The new, 51,000.000 packing- plant of
tne American Dressed Beef & ProviS'
ion Company in Kansas City, Kan., be
gan operations today. Three hundred
and fifty men are employed. This force
will be increased from time to time as
other departments are opened until
2000 men will be at work. When In full
operation the ptant will kill 1000 cat
tie, 1000 sheep ,end 2000 hogs a day.
Brewing Plant Destroyed.
EUREKA. Cal., Oct. 7.-Tho plant of
the Humboldt Brswlng Company was de
stroyed by fire today. The loss is esti
mated at $150,000. -.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL XX PORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. 7. Maximum tempera
ture. 36 deg.; minimum. 47. River reading
at 11 A. M., 4.5 feet; change In past 24
hours, rise, 0.8 of a foot. Total precipita
tion. 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.. '0.05 of an Inch:
total since September 1, 1805. C.24 Inches;
normal. 2.47 Inches; excess, 3.77 Inches. Total
sunshine October 6, 4 hours and 10 minutes;
possible. 11 hours and 3G minutes.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Kamloops. B. C.
lied . Bluff
Salt Lake City...
A high pressure area of considerable
strength Is moving northeast from the Cali
fornia coasL It will cause sharp frosts In
the early morning In Southern Oregon, East
ern Oregon. Eastern Washington and Idaho.
Showery conditions will continue In the
Willamette Valley and Sound Country with
rising temperatures during Sunday and Mon
day. WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending at mldnlghL October 8:
Portland and vlctnltj Partly cloudy with
showers. Warmer. .Westerly winds.
Western Oregon Pair south with frost in
early morning. Showers north portion.
Warmer during the afternoon. Westerly
Western Washington Showers. Warmer
Interior. Westerly winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Fair, with sharp frost In early roorn-
InK' EDWARD A. BEALS.
"Rooms," "Rooms nd Board." "Hoeso
keeping Booms' "Situations Wasted," 15
words or less. 15 cents; 1G to 20 words, 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional insertions.
TTNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today' 80 cents for 15 words or lesst
16 to 20 wortla. 48 cents; 21 to 25 words, 58
cents, etc arst Insertion. Each additional
insertion, one-half; bo further discount ca
der on month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line, first Insertion: 10 cent per
line for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dresMed cart The Oregonian, and loft at this
office, should always be Inclosed la sealed
envelopes. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
OCTOBER 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
GRANDSTAND. 25c. CHILDREN. 15c
Box tickets and reserved seats on sale at
box office. Dally, 3:15: Sunday. 2:30.
"W. R. C. GEORGE WRIGHT NO. 2. meets
very Friday evening, third floor Mulkey
building, northeast corner Second rfnd Morri
son. HELEN N. PACKARD. President.
MACCABEES Members of Jit. Hood Tent.
No. 17, are requested to attend the funeral
of our late Sir Knlcht, Edward P. Dwyer.
at the family residence. 334 Harrison mreet.
at 9 A. M., Monday, October 9. P. E. Struck,
commander; Ned Munger. record keeper.
k m MTRTLE CHAPTER, NO. 13.
gf O. E. S.. AUXILIARY -will enter
jffW. tain with stereoptlcon and lecture
by Mrs. Edyth Toiler Weathered.
9 Subject. St, Louis World's Fait.
At Masonic Temple. Third and Alder, Fri
day evening, October 13, 8:30 o'clock. Ad
mission, 25c. Public Invited. Tickets from
members and at the door. By order W. M.
RUFUS R. BALL. W. P.
MILLER At th'o residence. 02 North 15th
St., George B. Miller, eldest son of Mrs. C.
E. Long, a native of Eureka, Cal.. aged 32
years, a months and 27 days. Notice of fur
ANDERSON In this city. October 5. 1905.
Mrs. Jessie Anderson, aged 82 years, be
loved mother of James Anderson. brick
manufacturer. Portland. Or. "Friends re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
services, which will be held at Hplman's
Chapel, corner Third and Salmon ts., Sun
day. October S, 1003. at 2:30 P. M. Inter
ment Rlvervlew Cemetery- Toungstown. O.,
and Aberdeen. Scotland, papers please copy.
DWYER In this city. October 6. 1005. at the
family residence. 354 Harrison street. Edward
P. Dwyer, aged 40 years. 10 months. II
days, son of William and 3Iary Dwyer.
Funeral Monday, October 0, 1P05, 8:30 A.
M.. from the above residence, thence to SL
Lawrence Church, corner Third and Sher
man sts. Solemn high mass of requiem at
8 A. M. Friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. Interment ML Calvary Cemetery.
BELL In this city. October 6. 1005. David
B. Bell, aged 70 years, 11 months and 3
days, beloved father of David R., John IL
and Isabtll V. Bell. Friends respectfully
Invited to attend his funeral, which will
be held at the home of his son, David
Bell, 546 Northrup street. Services at St.
Patrick's Church. 10 A. SL Interment.
Rlvervlew Cemetery. San Francisco and
Dundee. Scotland, papers please copy.
DUNNING, M'ENTEB GIXBAUGH. Suc
cessors to DbbbIbc; fr Campion, Hnsertakers
and embabaaers; modern la every detail; 7 th
and Pine. Phase Main 430. Xady assistant.
EDWARD IIOLMAN CO., Undertaker ruid
embalm era. have moved to their 'new build
lag. Third and Salman. Im4t assistant.
Telephone No. 567.
J. P. FINlXr & SON. Peaeral Director,
cor. Sd and Madison. Of flee of County Cor
oner. JLady assistant. Telephone No. 8.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Telephone East 52.
ZEIXEX-BIlRNES CO.. Undertakers, m
babaers. 278 Russell; Bast 166C ady asst.
HOUSES, FLATS. STORES,
List your property with us to be rented.
The demand is treater than we can supply.
Personal attention given to it by our rental
109 Third Street. Phone- aialn 453.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
1250 IMPROVED BUSINESS CORNER:
close In on East Side, paying1 12 per cent
on Investment; will pay more. A snap.
100x100. clone in, on Couch street; payinr
$13,000 Desirable improved Burnslfle-st.
property, well located; paying good revenue.
A sood Investment.
A. H. BIRRELL, 202-203 McKay Bide
$2000-6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE IN SUNNY
ilde. about 1 lots; near cart In e.
51600 SOxlOO vacant lot on Larrabee. near
Dixon St.. fine surroundings; should rell
at this low Drice todav.
J3750 tOrlOO, close in. Wet Side; most
desirable .location for hlsn-ctami flats.
A. H. BIRRELiLy 202-203 McKay Bide
GREAT STOCK RANCH.
In Southern Oregon. 3100 acres, well im
proved, great erasa and farming lands, worlds
of water; would eell now; owner in city lor
couple days. Inquire 333, Hotel Oregon.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRT. BOUGHT, MADS,
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones
loose and mounted; watches. Jewelry re
paired. Uncle Myers, jeweler. 148 Bd-Alder.
MlM Call; lessons In history, literature or tho
. jrrades. grammar and high school. -3S9 Cut
Burnslde. Phone, East 2700.
BY J. T. WILSON
Tomorrow at Salesroom, 180
First Street at 10 A. M.
This sale comprises oak. ash and maple
bedroom furniture: BRUSSELS, wool and
tapestry CARPETS; folding; and mantel
beds; steel bed couches: white enamel
Iron beds, with brass trimmings; HAIR,
felt and combination mattresses; a well
assorted lot of rockers, chairs, tables,
etc; pictures; laco curtains; dressers;
commodes and bedroom sets; toilet ware,
bed linen, pillows, etc; complete kitchen
outfits, dishes, utensils: STEEL RANGE,
cook stoves and variety of fine HEAT
ING STOVES, etc
On the Premises, 575 Irving
Street, 'Corner Eighteenth
Street, at 10 A. M.
In accordance with the owners Instruc
tions, we will sell at public auction all
the furnishings of their neat cottage,
comprising. In part, upholstered parlor
chairs, rockers, etc: BRASS BRIC-A-BRAC
CABINET, with onyx slabs; wal
nut dining-room suite; extension table
chairs and sideboard; walnut bedroom
sets: carpets, rugs, etc; center stands:
sewing machine; lace curtains; Havlland
china dishes; bric-a-brac; vases; combina
tion bookcase and desk; chiffonier; hall
scat; Brussels carpets; halltree; kitchen
equipments; gas stove; utensils; dishes
and complete housekeeping outfit.
Furniture, Goods, Wares and
Chattels from Storage Ware
house, to Be Sold at Our
Salesroom, 180 First
Street at 10 A. IVf.
TO SATISFY LIEN CLAIMANT.
Comprising Brussels carpets, linoleum,
lady's bicycle, "bedroom furniture, dress
ers, commodes, springs, mattresses, ta
bles, chairs, lawn mower, rockers mat
tings, metal bed couches, mantel and
twice-folding beds, bedding, kitchen out
fits and miscellaneous. Including cook
stoves, heating stoves, etc
At 665 E. Stark St., Corner of
Eighteenth, at 10 A. M.
Admlnistrator's Sale, the Es-J
tate of M. E. Nlblelte, by
Order of R. A. Wilson,
Comprising rattan and upholstered rock
ers and chairs, Brussels carpets, rugs,
sewing machine. Invalid chairs, portieres,
extension dining-room table, sideboard,
chairs, vases, china ware, bric-a-brac,
portieres. lace curtains, couch, chiffonier,
mantel clock, books silver spoons and
cutlery, bedroom sets, springs and mat
tresses, .gas plate, kitchen requisites,
. FRIDAY'S SALE
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
at 10 A. M.
Furniture, Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Heating Stoves, Etc.
This sale comprises housekeeping out
fits, parlor, dining-room and bedroom fur
niture. Also the closing of 300 PAIRS
SHOES. 75 boys' coats and vests, 500
POUNDS ROAST COFFE and a miscella
neous lot of other merchandise.
Get the habit. Phone Main 1625 and sell
your furnishings, etc.. for cash to
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Portland Auction Rooms
A- SCHUBACH, Prop.
AT 211 FIRST STREET.
Tomorrow, at 10 A. M., 2 P. M.
The wonderful Increase In our business
being Jammed to the doors -with HOUSE
FURNISHINGS of every description,
compels us to hold TWO AUCTION
SALES tomorrow, from 10 A. 1L until 12
M.: from 2 P. M. until 5. Any article
will be offered for sale when requested,
as everything Is here TO BE SOLD
WITHOUT RESERVE. Visit our sales
rooms at 211 First street, and see the
great assortment of FURNITURE and
other extras, such as polished oak roll
top and flat-ton office desks; statuary
from the Exhibition, subjects. LEWIS
and CLARK busts and other noted men;
ONE CASE NEW LACE CURTAINS;
ONE CASE NEW WINDOW SHADES.
Come and see the furniture. Some fine
DAVENPORTS. BEDROOM SUITS, chif-
I fnfr T.inTTS1 nPRVR- finn -rT?TTC5
ERS. MANTEL, BEDS; ilETAL BEDS,
and almost everything In the furniture
line. Come tomorrow and get your choice.
Sales prompt at 10 A. and 2 P. M.
i C. L. FORD; Auctioneer.
AT 211 FIRST STREET
TUESDAY NEXT AT 2 P. M.
The Balance of that
Dry Goods Stock
Must be sold out. That's our orders, and
It must go. Every item must be sold.
LADIES' and GENTS' UNDERWEAR
and other furnishings included, will be
put up at AUCTION in quantities, to be
sold at any price, WITHOUT RESERVE.
Don't miss this LAST CHANCE at this
dry goods stock sale, at 2 P. M. SHARP.
u. u. jukl. Auctioneer.
AT 211 FIRST STREET.
Wednesday Next at 2 P. M.
Friday Next at 10 A.M.,2 P. M.
Business people don't guess, but come
to 211 First st.. and And out for yourself
what we have for sale at auction, and
how much money you can save. Sales
commence promptly on time, at 211 First
st. Phone -Mam a5&.
C L. FORD, Auctioneer.
Best creamery butter 606650
Good creamery butter.. ............ .506550
Dairy butter : :...063c
Fresh ranch eggs 30c
Good eggs 25c
Best sugar-cured, hame. ............. 14c
Picnic and cottage hams 10c
5 pounds lard (compound)... 45c
5 pounds prime lard...... 50c
All goods retailed at wholesale prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
26 Yamhill Street.
tween Johnson and Kearney, for 51500.
Splendid buildings now on south side of
this lot, and another good house will next
month be on the north side of it. See
me. and I will sell it to you before vou
leave the office. R. M. "WILBUR, 305
Will receive pupils In voice culture, room 32,
Lofcbe block. Phone Main 6415.
I HAVE 2 AND 3-ACRE TRACTS ON nJOHN
rton Creek and on the O. W. V P. carllne,
IV, miles eat from the golf llnko, from J150j
to per acre, iou naa oeuer.-iooK tnis
up if you want a bargain.
JOB SHerloclc fcldg. City.
NEW TO DAT.
SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE
OF PRIVATE RESIDENCE. NO. 2S
25TH ST.. NEAR QUMBT ST.
Tomorrow, Monday at 10 A. M.
We are Instructed by Mr. J. 6. Carpenter
(who Is returning to the East) to sell by
auction the furnishings of his nine-room
residence, which he purchased in June
last, comprising handsome halltreo in
golden oak and large Freach-plato mir
ror: SOLID MAHOGANY rockers and
parlor suite In slik coverings: COSTLY
RUGS IN TURKISH DESIGNS. 9x12 feet:
Roman seats: couches with drape; fine
Smyrna andBrussels rugs; Indian seats;
handsome onyx and brass stands and
lamps; oak hall and reception chairs; fine
tapestry portieres: oak parlor desk; S-foot
ROUND EXTENSION table in quarter
oak; BOX-SEAT CHAIRS and CARVER;
set blue dinner ware; ELECTRIC FIX
TURES THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE;
COSTLY AND HANDSOME QUARTER-
SAWED OAK BEDROOM SUITS: white 4
maplo bed set: four Iron beds, all com
plete, with springs and mattresses, blan
kets, comforters and bedding; dressers;
wasnstands: toilet sets; velvet rugs; art
square; JEWEL GAS RANGE: granite
ware; Kitchen Queen; two sets M. P.
irons; laundry outfit and other effects.
Tne above Is first-class furniture and
nigs. The owner leaving for the East,
everything must be sold to the highest
bidder for SPOT CASH. On view the
morning of sale. Auction at 10 o'clock
sharp. Take "M" car to tho door.
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
On Tuesday Next at 10 A. M.
Wo are instructed by Mrs. A. T. Ayr
to sell her household goods and furniture,
removed to BAKER'S AUCTION-HOUSE,
corner Alder and Park, for positive sale.
Including UPRIGHT PIANO, ALSO CE
CILIAN PIANO-PLAYER, GOOD AS
NEW: parlor pieces of upholstery: Quar
ter oak center tables; large Eastern
couch"; very fine Axminstcr rugs; velvet
carpets; real mahogany and oak rockers;
round extension table: elecant buffet:
box-seat dining chairs; massive sideboard:
oak Windsor bed: oak wardrobe: elegant
blrdseye maple dressers and chiffoniers:
stylish Princess dressers and chiffonier
in Quarter oak: nrettv iron beds, full size.
in bronze, green and gold and white; best
elastic felt and hair mattresses; goose-
leatner pillows: uridge-Beacn steel range,
with water back; gas range, with over
shelf; heating stoves; gas plate; hall and
other lamps; moquette bordered carpet;
mantel bed. ALSO lot of household goods
and effect for mortgagee.
tne puoiic are coraiauy invited to see
the goods tomorroow (Monday).
Sale TUESDAY NEXT, at 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
On Thursday Next
Our rcgularv weekly salo for furniture,
carpets, stoves, etc. from housekeepers,
mortgagees and others, at BAKER'S
AUCTION-HOUSE. Alder and Park. Sale
at 10 A. Jd.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
Auction & Commission Co.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Oilman's auction salesrooms, the most
spacious and best arranged for the sale
of household furniture No. 413 Washing- I
ton street, extending to No. 10S, Eleventh
Next Tuesday's Sale, October
10th, at 413 Washington St.
at 10 A. M.
Includes a very large lot of household
effects, comprising, in part, fine buffet,,
extension table, box-seat chairs. n nuito-
Brussels carnots: verv fine oalc bedroom
suits, with large-shuped mirrors on dres
sers; commodes; nne steel ranges; large
lot feather pillows, blankets, comforts,
etc., good as new; twice-folding. "Windsor
and metal folding beds; chamber crock
cry: metal beds in brass trimmings;
springs: mattresses; portieres: Morris
chair; oil stove; heaters. All tho abova
from flat, and books, including 52 volumes
Pulpit Commentary and valuable works.
Also all the neat furniture from Flan
ders sU. Including houscold furnlrureof
every description. BARGAINS can be
obtained by. attending sales at. Gilman's,
413 Washington-st.. Tuesday.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC
At Rooms No. 413 Washington
Street, Thursday and Friday,
Each Day at 10 A. M.
Household furniture from all
parts of the city. Cash ad
vanced. Phdne Main 2473.
S. L. N. GILMAN,
E.B. COL WELL
Successor to A. J. FARMER
TTHOLESATE AND RETAIL GROCER,
231, 2S3 asd 23 Third St cor. JesTeneB.
The Big Store
Prices quoted below will save you at least
20 per cent:
But Dry Gr&nuUted Sugar (not bt),
100-lb. sacks. $5.10; 19 lbs. Best Drr
Granulated Sugar (not beet), ill test Dry
GraanUted per sclc 35; 1-lb. can Xtoysl Bak
ing Powder. 40c: 1-lb. can Schilling's Baking
Powder. 25c; 1-lb. pkg. Ann and Hammer
Soda, Cc: shredded "Wheat Biscolt. per pkg..
10c; 7 lbs. dean. "White Rice. 33c; 13 bars
Royal Savon Soap. 25c; Hard Wheat Flour,
per sack. 31; best Eastern Hams, per lb..
14c; Picnic Hams, per lb.. 9c: shredded Co
coanut, per lb.. 15c; Mb. pall bt Ird, COc;
1Mb. pall best lard. 1; 20-lb. pall best Lard.
Jl.; best Sort-Wheat Flour, per sack. XI;
Java and Mocha Coffee (regular 35c), per lb..
25c; 3 lbs. broken Java and Mocha (equal to 20c)
25c: 2 cans Primrose Cream. 15cr Tiger Cream
(regular 10c). per can, 5c; English Breakfast
Ta (regular 25c). lb.. 15c; fine Gun Powder
Tea (special), per lb.. 15c; Scotch Oat, per
pkg.. 10c; Tar Soap, 2 bars, 5c; Fela Naphtha
-Soap, per bar. flc; Postum Cereal, per pkg.,
20c; Soda Crackers. 10-lb. box. 60c; Leslie's
Sterilised Salt (shaker top), pkg.. 5c
Special Match Sale Matches cheaper than
kindling wood. Kitchen Brand Parlor
matches, 1500 to package (regular price 10c
per package). Special price, per dozen. 75c
Lenox brand parlor matches. 500 to box.
equal to searchlights (regular price 5c per
box), special price, per dozen. 35c
East Side deliveries Tuesdays and Fridays.
Woodlawn. North Alblna. and Piedmont. Wed
nesdays. THONE MAIN 498.
Two Houses, $5500
Two houses and 50-foot lot on Johnson
st, Nob Hill district; good Investment.
C H. KORELLs 251 Washington.
LOUIS H. BOLL
WANO STUDIO NOW OPEN FOR FtjFXLS.
: Parlcrs 9 sad 10. 312 & Washlsgtea at
INVESTORS ATTENTION !
Charles K. Henry offers, among other
bargains, the following:
120-foot corner on Stark St., for" sale
at an attractive price.
Washington-St. Corner ,
Finely located, growing neighborhood;
sure to Increase In value.
iMorrison-St. Quarter Block
ICO-foot frontage on Morrison street;
splendid location. In tho judgment of
tho writer, the bcsl buy In the city at
Corner lot on Sixth street; very desir
able location, and at the right price.
l(-foot frontage on Fifth st., close In
and desirable. Can be had at an at
200-foot frontage on Burnside at., be
tween Ninth and Tenth, being two full
corners, very desirable, near wnere
the new telephone company Is to build
its fine buiiutng. and In the vicinity of
other proposed improvements.
Near "Washington. This lot is on the
west side of Eleventh st. Sure to en
hance in value when Mose Gunsfs
new building- Is erected on the cornef
of Eleventh and "Washington.
25xlCO feet, with good four-story brick
building, elevator and good offices;
3i acres, fronting- on tho railroad, suit
able for large factory or warehouse,
with ten cottages thereon. A real bar
gain In warehouse or factory site.
New residence on East Hassalo and
Second sts. Two-story, modern, woll
bullt. handsome house, good basement,
furnace, good plumbing, low in price
and on easy terms of payment. Par
ties wanting new houses should call
upon the undersigned and inspect this.
Johnson's Hill Residence
Fine modern, well-built, handsome
house on Johnson's Hill. Modern In
every particular; nice grounds. Any
family wanting an elegant home in
this choice location should Inspect this.
HoIIaday's Addition .
New, modern, well-built, two-story,
8-room residence. Quarter block In
swell location. Very convenient and
at a right price.
Mount Tabor Residence
Handsome, stylish residence, complete
In every detail. A full acre of jrround.
set to beautiful shrubs. Parties want
ing a fine home, with lawn, fruits and
flowers, inspect this.
$6000 Will Buy
If taken at once, an elegant residence
at 355 Halsey street, corner of East
xnira street, two-story, moaern, wen
bullt S-room house, rood nlumblntr.
flne basement; full concrete floor good
furnace; everything new and clean and
in first-class shape. Nice corner. Pres
ent owner leaving state for mining In
terests elsewhere, and will sell at a
very low price and on easy terms of
payment. "Will sell furniture, carpets
and everything complete If wanted.
Any family wanting a fine home, with
small payments down, this- Is their
' Nice corner residence on East 29th and
Taylor sts.; house Is modern In every
respect; good furnace and basement,
fireplace, combination gas and electric
light fixtures. Easy terms.
Residences and building sites in different
parts ct the city, tie sure and can upon
tne ur.aersigned before huying elsewhere,
as it win be to your interest.
Charles K. Henry
273 Stark Street.
AH AH! AUCTION! !!
ON TUESDAY, OCT. 10
I will sell contents of Mr. Abram's
furniture store, located at
408 Morrison St., Commenc
Ing at 10 A. M.
Consisting Of odd Dressers and
Comodes in oak. mahoeany and
birdseye maple; Extension Table,
Dining Chairs, Chiffoniers, Lady's
Secretary, Iron and Brass Beds, Side
boards, Couches, Kockers and kasy
Chairs, Folding Beds, Linoleum,
Dishes, Baby Carriages, etc. This lot
of goods is all new and must and will
be sold to the highest bidder. Sale
positive; terms, cash. ,
C. H. O'CONNOR
(01 nfl Nob HUI lot, Marshall, between
Viuu I3tn ana arcn.
"7Cnn Corner Washington st.: income.
tiUUU ? 12-50; goer; great future value.
Lot 50x100. downtown; Income,
j. a; iw ieec irom Jiomson.
lOOxlCO. North 10th st.. south
of Gltsan; three houses; In
50x100, 7th st.; guaranteed
lease; pays 3 per cent net.
100x100, Washington st.; In
come over 11 per cent net.
1 cf Qf Near Morrison, brick building.
31. J throuch from 1st to Vmnt-
$.000: SNAP. Good revenue
E. J. DALY
2T Falling Building.
4 modern, six-
room flats, close
in,y early income
H A I X $1320.00 Only
THE HEALY INVESTMENT CO.
21&-2U Ablagtoa Balldln. 10H Third St.
On the west slope of Mount Tabor.
botwecn Hawthorne ave. and E. Lincoln
st.. very sightly, fine view, attractive
homes, already erected and occupied; lots
100x120; easy terms.
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark st. cor. Second.
100x100. 12th and Flanders 515,000
100x100. 16th and ousan 12.0C0
100x200, N. 15th 1&000
100x100. E. 2Sth and Division 600
2 acres on TVlberg Lane 3.500
Fine residence near 23d and Lovejoy 10,000
Seventh and Flanders St.
Fine quarter blocs: for sale; no leases.
t or particulars appiy to
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark st, cor. Second.
New modern seven-room house and
50x100. choice location, on East Taylor St.,
Hawthorne Park; easy terms. C. H.
KORELL. 251 Washington.
FOR SALE HOUSE
Of 10 rooms, corner 100x100; desirable res
idence or easny iraprovea ior income
nmrvf rtv: Immediate nossesslon riven. In
1 quire 415 2d at. or S JJCKum Dior.
We would like to hold every foot
of land we own on the Peninsula, but
in self-defense we are forced to sell.
If we held all of the vast area we now
own Jhere, improvements would be
retard'ed. In order to let the building
up go forward we decided to sell
each alternate block in University
Park at very cheap prices during
October. We will make our profit
out of our reserve blocks.
The opportunity to make money
is unbounded on. the Peninsula. No
man can. estimate the advance that
will take place there within the next
few years.' Never in the history of
Portland was the opportunity to
make quick money so great as it now
is on the Peninsula. Everything
seems to be heading that way. The
railroads, the mills, the factories, the
shops, the grain: elevators, are all
heading for the Peninsula.
University Park is the place to buy
because it is in the very heart's cen
ter of the Peninsula. Nothing can
miss University Park because it is
within walking distance of every part
of the whole Peninsula. Every mill
and every factory and every shop
that can be located anywhere on the
Peninsula can be easily reached in
a few minutes' walk from University
ide Streets and Alleys
University Park is the only ad
dition of any consequence on the
Peninsula that has wide streets and
alleys. This advantage alone is
sufficient to make it the choice resi
dence place on the Peninsula.
Full of Meat
University Park has the fcreat Co
lumbia' University where sons of
residents can. obtain a university edu
cation and at tne same time be at
home every night. It has Portland
public schools of the best. It has
Bull Eun water, electric street lights
and a building restriction that keeps,
out tne shanties and makes high
values. It has electric street-car con
nection with every part of Portland
for 5-cent fare. Honor bright, what
more could you ask?
Prices and Terms
Prices of lots 100 each atid up
wards, on payments of 5 per cent
cash and 2.50 to 5.00 per lot per
month without interest if all pay
ments be naid Dromrjtlv on or before
due. Prices will be advanced Nov. 1.
FRANCIS I. M'KENNA,
Boom 606 Commercial Block, and
University Park Station.
The beautiful suburb you hear
so much about, where lots are
X sold for $120 ($3 down and $3
per month), and homes are built
and sold at rent rates. Water
mains through the tract; streets
graded; smallest lot 50x100 feet;
best electric cars on Coast pass
through FIRLAND every 15
minutes; 5c fare to any part of
the city. Take Mount Scott car
First and Alder streets.
Geo. W. Brown
203 Falling- building. Phone Main
2129. (Open evenings.) ROBT.
A. TAYLOR, office. Flrland Sta
tion. Advance Notice
This is to certify that on or before
October 14, 1905, that beautiful frac
tional block, comprising 16 lots,
fronting on Corbett street in the
finest part of South Portland, will be
subdivided and placed upon the
market. We have made prices at
which we intend to sell the entire
piece within a short time. Some lots
for as little as 500 each. If contem
plating a South Portland location call
and secure one of these lots to be
deeded to you on October 14th. We
will advance money to induce build
ing of fine homes upon this property.
Portland Trust Company of Oregon
109 THIRD STEEET.
KEEPS ECCS FRESH
UNTIL TMtT ARC UIP.
A riLLXM. PRtaZRVCM. TXTCN
laTnucTiaLE in rtnc
OA WATER TESTIMON
IALS AN3 BOOKLET
traits um mmnuiKui
Pat. Oct. 3. 1003. Can
be m'fd. ?2T per 100O.
See at Poultry Show. Fair.
Patent For Sale. Phone Main 133S.
Do You Vant a Snap?
House and full lot, Irving street,
west of Twenty-third, must be sold.
Prank E. Hart, 105 Sfierlock Bldg.
$13,000 Nob Hill
Quarter block, with 3 houses; choice lo
cation on 23d st. C. H. KORELL. 231
Rain or Shine
COME OUT TO
Always pleasant out there. Sidewalks
are good. You can go all over the tract
and get no mud. Many people are going
to pick out their lots today, Several little
neighborhood "syndicates" or clubs will
take parts of whole blocks.
Come out today. See the finest tract on
the whole peninsula. The greatest profit
maker for the small investor and the best
place for a homebuilder.
Lots at the present prices, $90 to $400,
with the improvements, are below the
present value of that whole section.
If you want a little money to double
itself in a year, get a Vernon contract
Just a small payment secures it and
smaller monthly ones hold this wage-
Health and Wealth and Happiness await
you on the beautiful
Rain or shine, come out today. Take
a Vernon car, Second and Washington.
MOORE INVESTMENT CO.
151 1-2 Sixth St.
No. 44020 acres; 19 cultivatrd; rich ftoll,
1 acres orchard, well watered; fair build
in rs; tine for special irarden farming; near
Canby station. Price, 53300.
No. 407 100 acre. 3 miles from Canbr;
good house and born; well watered; rich
soil; 25 acres under plow. Price, $4300.
No. 46435 acres, highly improved; 11
miles east of Portland, near Polrvlew sta
tion; rich soil; S4000 half cash.
No. 404124 acre, on Batchelor's Island,
Clark County, Washington; mostly In mead
ow; rich soil; good 8-rcom house 3 barm,
other buildings; $25 per acre.
Call and examine our large Ust of farms,
or send for list of same, stating ubout what
BUSINESS PKOPERTIES 100x100, om
Sixth C. $05,000; another. $75,000.
Yerj- nne property on Washington btreet,
WAREHOUSE PROPERTIES W hate
choice locations at from $8000 to $10,000.
RESIDENCE PROPERTIES QTwo 6-room
cottages on Vaughn st.. rent $25, for $2300.
New C-room house, Eaat 3 Iain st-. 40x100
lot. rent $27.30, for $2750. Same kind of
house adjoining, rent $23, for $2300.
New 8-room house, Commercial st., lot
SOxlOO, for $5000.
New 6-room house, lot 50x100, E. 28th st.,
near Hoyt, $2230.
House 5 rooms, bard finish, lot 50x100.
Gantenbeln are., $1750.
Newly remodeled 8-room house, on car
line. Portland Heights, and 11 lots, for
Fine building site. 100x100. corner, Em!
Ankenr, for a few days. $3800.
Nice lot pn 24th st.. West Side, $4500.
23 acres on the Peninsula, finely located,
close In and well situated to cut into lots,
S acres in same locality. $3000.
Tracts on O. W. P. & Ry. and rlTer, fine
location. $100 and up; near MontaTlila cox
We solicit charge of business and resN
dence properties, promUlng careful handling
in Interest of owners.
We have for rent the following:
New 6-room house. East Main st., $27.30.
Nevr 6-room house, same locality, $25.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY
245 STARK ST.
S. E. Cor. 16tK and Petty
grove uo feet on 10th and 100 feet on Pettygrovo
at., with 5-room cottase; a good prospec
tive business corner.
NortK NintK Street
50x50 feet in the' coming wholesale dls
tilct; prlce If taken at once, $3300.
613 Pettygrove Street
30x100 feet, with good 6-room cottage; a.
Good 6-room modern cottage, south-front
lot; renting for $25 per mo. Prics today,
7& Quimby Street
Nearly new modern 8-room house. 50 feet
frontage; a comfortable home, $4000.
24-4- and 24-3 NortK 15tK
lOOilOO feet, with two good cottages, pros
pective warehouse property.
Fries &t Co.
229 StarK St. Main 14-
For sale A. new 5-room cottage, all con
venience, full cement basement; etreeta
different and better than anythln? In the
city; fully Improved: a very desirable lo
cation: convenient to two trolley lines. See
the modern, complete, unique, elsht-room resi
dence, corner 13th and Clackamas sts. Ready
October 15. Lots sold on advantaseous terms
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
&SV, Third St.. room 4.
Half block on E. 2Sth st. adjoining half,
block, beautifully improved. Owner, room
10. 245 Morrison.
of 6 room?, and
50x100, on East
8tb. near Pino
sts.: close in
and very central.
H. KORELL, 231