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THE SU3?DA.Y OREGO1AX. POBTIiAD, OCTOBER 15, , .1905.
TO RESCUE FROM THE SEA
NEW WRECKING CONCERN TO OPE
RATE ON THIS COAST.
Modern l'HCBiaatlc" Apparatas -to -le
Used Fhsa Prepared to Rc-
BlaTiTO Vessel. : - .
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 14. (Special.)
Ar. an outcome of the experience qC
wreckers, xvh,o got the Alameda oft
the rocks, Is a project to form a. new
wrecking company on. this -Coast and to
acquire the latest Improved pneumatic
apparatus for floating disabled or sunk
en ships. Captajn MacGrcgor, of Port
land, Is the prime mover in the enter
prise, which fcas both Oregon and Cal
ifornia capital behind it. Diver William
Moore, of this city, has been engaged
to select the apparatus In his line or
the new concern and to operate It after
the company commences busjenss under
the title of the Pacific Wrecking Com
pany. Plans have already been pre
pared for raising the ferryboat San
Rafael, which went down In the bay
live years ago, and the British ship
Andcllna, which lies at the bottom of
Puget Sound near Tacoma.
The scheme contemplates the salvage
of these boats by means -of pneumatic
compartments, which are to be lashed
Due'.to- Arrive. .
Steamer From. Dale.
Homer, San Francisco. ...... ..Oct-15
Despatch. Ban Francisco... -...Oct. 16
Costa Rica, San"Franclco.... Oct 16
Northland. San Francisco Oct. 10
Aurclla, San Francisco... ..Oct. 18
Cascade. San Francisco. ......Oct 10
Hruger, San Francisco.
Aragonla. Orient. .....
AlRoa. San Francisco...
Rcdondo. San Francisco
Roanoke. San Francisco
Columbia, San Francisco Oct 21
Carries Japanese Imperial xnalL jt
Due to Depart. ' ,
Steamer Destination. Date.,- "
Eureka, San Francisco....... .Oct 15
Homer, San Francisco,.-.-.. Oct 16 '
South Bay, San Francisco.. vOct 18
Costa Rloa, San Francisco',,". -Octl 8
Northland. San Francisco,... .,Oct19
Aurel la. J3dn Francisco .y Oct s
DespatchS.'iSan " Francisco.- . . Oct- 20
Kruser", Sin' Francisco. :...,. Oct. 20
Cascade, San EHcUcopVtY.-Oct 20
Columbia SanfJrTraBcIscoJ.....Oct 23
Roanoke San Francisco Oct 24
JVeorido, San Francisco Oct 25
"ArBEOiila. .H&npkonK Oct 20
AUroa JloSfWDnr: T....Oct 27
Nicomedla, Yokohama Oct 31
Carrying United States mall.
to the hulls as they lie and then pumped
full of air from above. The plan Is rjot
u :iew one and its practicability has
been thoroughly determined In the
East If the San Rafael Is floated sue
ccssfully will be fitted with pow
orful boilers and sent to the Sound for
fast passenger service.
Affer floating these two ships, the
company will find no lock of other
profitable wprk on vessels already ly
ing at the bottom of Coast roadsteads
and harbors, cVen should there be no
wrecks for the next ten years.
Search 'for the lost Rio de Janeiro
may bo made with the new Apparatus
tho company expects to Install. .Several
other hulls lie at -the bottom of the bay
lit mdre accessible' positions.
IiOGUAFT REMAINS OX SANDS
Attempts to Float It Abandoned for
ASTORIA, Or., Oct 14. (Special.)-J.
M. Ayres, manager of the Oregon Raft
Company, made arrangement last night
with tho North Pacific Lumber Company
to dredge out the sand spit so that the
stranded log raft could be floated, and it
was arranged that the dredge Beaver
would come here within the week to be
gin the work. Acting on avlces received
from San Francisco, however, air. Ayres
this evening decided to let the raft remain
where It is for the present, at least, and
probably until next Spring, and the con
tract for the dredging has been canceled.
The Auchenblaewill begin taking cargo
The steamer- Eureka will sail today.
carrying 2900 tons of grain for Callfornia.
The Government dipper dredge No.
will begin her work at the entrances to
the Cascade Locks tomorrow.
The dredge W. S. Ladd Is still lying at
the drydock, where he will be raised -and
renalred as soon as the Oceano comes off.
The Melville Dollar sailed for San Fran
cisco yesterday loaded with 1500 tons of
grain and flour and 300,000 feet of lumber.
The repaired rudder was shipped on the
Clan McFarlanc yesterday, and she will
begin loading at the Oceanic dock tomor
row. The Aragonla, en -route- from Yokohama
to Portland, via Honolulu and San Fran
cisco, Is due to reach the latter port to
The schooner Tain O'Shanter cleared for
San Francisco yeserday with 700,000 feet
of lumber from Inman, Poulsen &. Co. s
The steamer Coulsdon moved from
Montgomery No; 2 to Irving dock yester
day. She will finish her cargo -and prob
ably sail tomorrow.
The steamer Mascot, on the Lewis River
run. was held over her regular .schedule
until 12 o clock last night for the accom
modatlon of Fair -Visitors.-
The steamer Annie Comings has been
chartered by the Washougal and La
Camas Transportation Company to aid the
lone In handling their Increased business.
The Undine took the place of the steam
er Lurllne on the down-river trip yester
day, in order to permit the latter to de
liver freight in the Young's River terri
tory. The Lurllne will resume her sched
Local Forecaster A.B. Wollaber, of the
Vnited States Weather Bureau, left Port
land yesterday to Inspect the various
storm-warning stations "along the Oregon
and Washington coast While at Port
Townsend he will install an anemometer,
an instrument for measurnlg the velocity
The British ship Carradalc began dis
charging ballast at the Banfield-vesey
dock yesterday. She will move to Mont
gomery dock No. 2 about the middle of
the week for cargo. The Carradalc Js
chartered by the Portland Flouring Mills
and will load 1500 tons of flour. 700 tons of
wheat and the remainder of her capacity
The recent rains have failed to give the
Upper Willamette a stage sufficient for
an uninterrupted run to Independence, so
this service nas .been abandoned again by
the -Oregon City Transportation Company,
awaiting a further rise in the river. The
present up-river terminal of this company
Ik Salem, the steamers Pomona and Ore-
gona providing a dally schedule.
The steamer Knight Errant returned to
the Portland Flouring Mills from Mar
tins dock yesterday morning for her sec
ond allotment of cargo. Her next dock
will bo Montgomery No. 2. The Eilbek
which Js now loading there, will-work a
double gang today in an endeavor to be
able to;-.shift on tMondav' and. .allow ..the
Knight "Errant to be -berthed at that dock..
rainy weather has .caused a. decided
dropping off in the river excursion traffic
and the steamer Telephone has praetlcally
abandoned, its regular dally schedule to
Cascade JUicks. She remained at her dock
yesterday owing to a. lack of sufficient
passengeta 'Jjo Justify the making' of the
trip. It Is said that the steamer will be
placed on a, regular, run to Xhe Dalles
within a short time. ' v
The Portland & Asiatic Steamship Com
pany was advised by cable "yesterday that
the steamer Nlcomedla cleared from Yoko
hama, on October 13, -bound for Portland,
dud -carrying 1;100,000 pounds of overland
freight. Under her schedule the- Nicdine
dla is due to arrive here October 2b, ;but
having, been delayed in Yokohama. It Is
not likely that f he will be In the harbor
befort the SlsL
The steamer South Bay, from San.Erah
clsco, arrived, in the harbor yesterday and
discharged her general cargo of 200 tons at
the Oak-street dock. She will shift to the
Portland .Lumber Company tomorrow
morning to load, and will sail on Wednes
day. The South Bay has been charterca
by the Portland Lumber Company forsix
months,. an&.during that period will make
regular trips, between Portland 'and San
Francisco. . "
The steamer Occano -has been11 again
raised in the drydock.. and the work of
refitting her new plates has been given to
the Willamette Iron & Steel Works. When
the.Oceano was put In the water on Fri
day night it was found that In one com
partment she was leading at the rate of
18 inches an hour. The trouble was found
to he in the fitting of the new plates re
cently, put on her, and It was necessary
to keep the pumps going until this morn
ing, when she was taken back on the dock.
The new work is expected to be finished
Domestic and JPorelgn Ports.
ASTORIA, Oct . 14. Condition of the bar at
3 V. 'M.,- moderate; wind. Treat; weather,
cloudy. Arrived 'down at 4 and sailed at
noon Steamer Columbia, for San Francisco.
Arrived down during the night and Mailed at
10:20 A. M. Steamer Bee, for San Francisco.
Arrived down at 8:40 A. 31. and mlled at noon
Steamer Alliance, for Coos Bay and Bu-
rexa. Sailed .at 1 P. M. Schooner IV. F.
Jcwett for San Pedro. Left up at 3:30 A. M.
Schooner Beulah. Arrlbed at 10:20 A. M.
Steamer Asuncion, frn San Francisco. Ar
rived. st 3":1T P.' H. American sMd Henri- VII-
Jarfl, 'rem 'Honolulu.
MiiRr l-Anub!s. 131 dava from Hamburc:
ICjttsSXki from Gray's Harbor; ship Ber-
7tandjiSatled Steamer San Matec. for
Sfttie?g01ty of Panama, for Ancon. Sailed
atriirso -V. at Steamer Costa Klca, tor rort-
St. Helna,.Oct 14-Passed at 4:15 P. M.
New York. Oct 1.4. Arrived Philadelphia,
Plymouth, Oct 14.-VrrIvcd New -York, from
from New York.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Qct. 14". Maximum tempera
ture, 50 dec; minimum. 4ft. Rlrer reading.
at 11 A. M., 4,3 teet: change In past 24
hours, fall, 0.2. of afoot. Total precipitation;
5 P. M. to 'A P. M.. 0.07 of an Inch: total
since September 1. 1005. 6.C8 Inches; normal. j
8.30 Inches; excess. 3.38 Inches. Total sun-
ghlne October 13. 2 hours and 15 minutes;
possible. 11" hours and 4 minutes.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Baker City 1501 T 4!EE
msmarckt. :..... i4G!O.O0l 0;N
Eureka 00'o.OOf 4lN
Helena 148(0.00 4 S
Kamloops. B. C...!420.24
...178I0.O0 41SE '
... i!.04!.S "
... 'tmcooj 4NE
Salt Lake City.
. o o.oo!i4m'
Tatoosh Island I54i0 "0!24'K
"Walla Walla '5l'0.04il2S
The high pressure yesterday over the North
Pacific States moved rapidly inland and was
replacefl by a low pressure area that has
causea rain to fall in western Oregon,
Washington an Northern Idaho. The tem
perature has risen In ertreme Northern Cali
fornia, Northern Nevada and Southeastern
Idaho, and fallen in Northeastern Washing
The indications are for rain In this dis
trict Sunday. It will be warmer in North
eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon.
Fprecasts made at Portland for the 28
hours ending et midnight, October 15:
Portland and vicinity Rain. Southerly
Western Oregon Rain. Southerly .winds.
Increasing along the coast - -
Western Washington Rain, Increasing
Eastern Oregon Rain and warmer.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Rain. Warmer north portion.
Southern Idaho Cloudy with probably rain.
KHWARD A REALS. District Frwi-r
CLASSIFIED AD. RAtES.
"JteMBi' "Rooms d Board' l-JCowe-koeplsg
Roem,M "SitBatloai lVanted." IS
word or less, US ceats; 16 to 20 words. 24
rests; SI to 25 words, 15 cests. etc Xo dl
cosat for additional iBsertloas.
UXDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"Xcw Teday," 20 cests for 15 -it oris . or less;
16 to. 26 wards; 46 costs; SI to-Jt5 words,. 56
ceats, ctr flrst teserttoa. Each addKloaal
insertion, oae-half; bo further dlacoBBt ua
der oae raoatb. f
"XEW TODAY" (gssce measure- arate), 13
ceats per llae. first laserttoB: 16 ceats per
llfte for .each additional lasertteB.
AXSWEKS TO ADVEKT1SEXEXTS. ad
dressed caret Xhe Orecoaian; csd left at this
office, should always fee laclosed la scaled
earelopes. 2fo stamp is required a such
The Orej-eRlfiH will sot b'e resposslfele for
errors 1b advcrtlscsaeBts takes through the
telephone. - v
THE EDWARDS STORAGE & SHIPPIXO
Co.. 101 1st at John Oke. auctioneer On
the premises, 775 PettyKrove st-. near 23d,
Tuesday." October; 17. 1003; at 10 A. M.,
prompt. We have been Instructed by the
owner to sell by public auction (abso
lutely without rererve) the entire furnish
ings of the 10-room house at the above
address . C775 Pettygrove at ). The goods
In part comprise handsome oak chiffoniers.
Iron and Ural's bedsteads, spring, wool and
felt mattresses, sheets, blankets and com
forts; flne quarter-sawed oak sideboard,
carpets, chairs, oak rockers, handsome oak
bedroom suite, toilet sets, couches, settees,
Brussells and . Axmlnster rugs, oak eiten.
slbn tabled center table, lace curtains, cook
stove, large'qu'antlty of household utensils
and other goods too numerous to mention.
X. B.Evpry thing, will be old.;wlthout re
serve. House Xor sale. Apply, to the. auc
tioneer. Sale to commence at 10 A. M.
COTTAGES. HOUSES. . FLATS ST6nE3.
ROOMS AXD ROOMrXG-HOUSES-FORREXT,
'Llat your property with us to be. rented.
The demand. Is rreater than we lean supply.
Personal attention given to It by ourlVental
departmentr " .! " ".
109 Third Street- Phone -Wain 453.
PORTLAXD TRUST COMPAXY OR- OKEGOX
XEW. MODEftX AXD ABSOLUTELY tp TO
date, elcsantly finished, throughout. 100x75,
in best portion on "East Burnalde street; any
one desiring an Al house will do well to
investigate: it is certainly a bargain at the
price asked; key at 664 'East Anfceny t
Cord Sengetake. 304 ITcKay blag.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BdUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged; diamonds, precious stones
Idose and mounted; watches. Jewelry re
paired. Uncle Mi-ens. Jeweler. .143 3d-Alder,
lOOxiOO. S. W. COR- 15TH AXD THURMAX
stS Fdr particulars Inquire of R. X. W1I
bur. JVcKsy bldg.. Zi and Stark, or phone
'ATTENTION SUMNER . POST.
NO. 12, G. A. R. You trill meet
at F. S. Dunning undertaking
parlor. East Cth and Alder. Sun
day. Oct 15. 1805, at 10 A. M.,
for the funeral of our late Com
rade. Jacob Clausen. Company C.
38th Illinois Infantry. Burial at
Grand Army Cemetery.
ATTENTION, COMRADES All
members ot George Wright Post.
G. A. R.. arc requested to meet
at 175 ICth st. corner of. Yam
hill, at 1:30 P. M., Sunday, Oc
tober 15, -to attend the funeral of
our late Comrade Schwab. By or
der of F. U WIEGAND.
A. a SLOAN. Adjt
OREGON COUNCIL. NO. 15S2. RQYAL
Arcanum, meets at Auditorium Hall on the
flrjt and third Tuesdays of each month, at
8 o'clock. VUIting brothers are Invited to
attend. F. C. HOECKER. Regent
GEORGE S. BARRETT. Secretary.
713 Dekum blflg.
EUREKA COUNCIL, NO. 204, X. AND L.
OF. S. . has for free passage to It members
chartered car to 'leave 1st and Alder. P.
M. Thursday. October ll. to attend Oregon
Cltv Council Installation. Eureka Council
will ''play whist after lodge, Monday. Oc
NDMAH CIRCLE. W. OF W.. will give
another of their popular prize whist socials.
Wednesday.- October JR. In East Side Wood
man Halt Refreshments and dancing. Ad
mission, 15c COMMITTEE.
Royal Circle will give the second pf their
series of whist nartltn at their hall In .the
Ablngton building Saturday evening, October
21, 1005. Whlt dancing and refreshments.
Admission., j dc.
MULTNOMAH TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION.
No. .18 Special meeting Sunday. October 15. 2
P. Auditorium Hall, important.
J. J. PRICE. President
PORTLAND CIRCLE. NO. 55. W. O. W..
will give a whist-and dance ln Alliky bldg
lower hall. October 17. Tuesday evening.
PROSPERITY CAMP. 396. WOODMEN OF
THE WORLD. ' will irlvc a whist and dance
social Thursday, evening. Oct 19. at Foresters'
Hall. oor. Cth and Wa-hlngton. Admission I2c.
WEISENSEE Saturday. Oct. 14. at S P. M-.
Mrs. Augusta WeUensce died at the resi
dence of hec daughtr. Mrs. Hans Ludwlg,
772 Mississippi ave.. after a short III
scs of pneumonia. Funeral notice later.
GLEN The funeral service of Roland J3fn.
30-year-old on of Emma Flledner and Hugh
Glen, will be held at their residence. East
Thirtieth and Oumslde ztreeia at 2 P. M.
TURNER At Los Angeles, CaL, October 3.
1005, David H. Turner, aged C3 years. Frlendn
-and acquaintances are respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral services, which win
be held at Flnley's chapel at 2:30 P. M.
today. Services at the grave private.
SCHWAB Died. Chicago. IIL. October S.
1005. Richmond II.. Sr.. age 62 years 11
months. B days. Funeral services will be
held from his late residence, 175 Sixteenth
street corner Yamhill, at 1:30 P. M. Sun
day. October 15. 1005. Friends respectfully
Invited to attend. Sen-Ices at grave pri
vate. CLAUSEN At hi lato residence at Mount
Tabor, of appendicitis. October 10. 1003.
Jacob Clawen, aged rtl years; 7 month and
2J days. Funeral will take place Sunday.
October 15. at 10 A. M-. from F. S. Dun
nlngs chapel, corner of East Alder and Eal
Cth atn. Friends Invited.
PECK At her late residence. "Vi Ivon st.
October 13, 1P03. Mary E.. beloved wife of
O. A. Peck, aged G5 years, 4 months and 23
days. Funeral will take place Sunday. Oc
tober 15. at 2:30 P. M.. from the "Crema
torium at Sellwood. Friends Invited. Chicago
papers please copy.
DCS'NIXO. M'EXTEE GTLBATJOH. Suc-
ctrcor to Ilonnlng & Campion, undertakers
and rrabalmers; modern la ex fry detail; "th
and Tint. Phono Mala 430. Ladr assistant.
EDWARD nOLMAX CO.. Undertaker, nsd
rmbalnicr. lmve moved to their new budd
ing;. Third and Salnioa. Lsdx assbtant.
Telephone No. 567.
J. I. FTXtEY & SOX. Fnaeral Directors,
cor. Sd and Madison. OfSco of County Cor
oner: Lady aUtant- Telrpaose Ke. 9.
F. S. DUXXIXn, UBdertaker. 414 Eact
Aider. 1-ady atidfttaBt. Telephone East 52.
ZEI.IXR-BYRXES CO.. tfedcrtakerc. Em
Lalrorrm. ;s Rumell: Eact IMS. Lady at.
A Big City
That a big city "will be built on the
high tableland between the "Willam
ette and Columbia Eivers, no per
son acquainted with the situation
doubts for a minute. The railroads,
mills, factories- and wharves now
building along the water-front that
surrounds this high land will make a
heavy demand for homes and busi
Is the center of this high tableland.
It is within easy walking distance of
every part of the Peninsula where
any enterprise may locate or can lo
cate. It is the only addition on the
Peninsula that has Bull Run water,
alleys, wide streets, a great urn-"
versity, boulevards and a building re
striction. The better class on the
whole Peninsula will seek homes at
University Park, on account of the
respectability of the place. The re
tail business district 'of the Peninsula
must necessarily be at University
Park on account of its convenience
to every part. On account of the re
strictions at University Park the
Wiit e chap el and slummy districts
will be elsewhere, but the big hotels,
department stores, banks, fine homes,
etc., will be on the wide streets of
Come now, get into the procession
or get left. Prices will be advanced
again November 1st. Yes, again, be
cause this will not be the first nor the
last jump. "Hear me! Prices of lots
in University Park will bo advanced
$25 each, November 1st, 1905. Pres
ent prices are $100 to $300 each.
Terms 5 per cent cash, balance $2.50
to 5.00 per month per lot, no inter
est if all payments be paid on or be
- -PRANCIS I. M'KENNA, -Room
S06' Commercial Block,
And University Park Station.
lOOxlW. 12th and Flanders
100x100, 16th and Gllsan 12.000
100x200. ??. 13th : 18,000
ICOxlOO. E. 2Sth and Division 0C0
.2 acres on Wlbcrg Lane., 2.500
Fine residence near 23d and Lovejoy 10.000
J. D WILCOX, 107 Sherlock Block.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards.
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance In All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
3M-3 McKay kWr-.' Tfclnl a4 Stark U.
FOR RENT NICE 5-ItOOJI COTTAGE: G.VS
ttid Uj. Ht Tt.; J1C, Ky" at -XW
XEW TODAf .
A. SCHUBACH, Prop.
At Mr. J. A. Day'a Reatdeace, 144 North'
Tomorrow, Monday, at 10 A. M. j
Mr. Day has placed, m our cnarse. to oe
sold without reserve, the excellent fur
nishings of his 12-room residence, which
consists of quartered and polished oak
dressers and commodes: brass-trimmed
Iron beds: best springs nd mattresses;
feather pillows, bed linen and other bed
ding: 12 polished Golden Oak dining
chairst-nianv-rockera: center tables:-chlf-
fonlers; Brussels and other carpets: lino-
icum: cnina; silverware; coaxing ana.
laundry utensils;- CHARTER OAK
RANGE, etc, etc Sale at 10 A. M. sharp
tomorrow. Best goods sold first. Take
ICth street-car to Hoyt st.
AT 211 FIRST ST
Tomorrow at 2 o'CIock P. M.
The Constable has placed In our rdoms
for sale at auction, a fine lot of furniture,
carpets, bed linen, pillows, comforts rie
springs . and mattresses. GROCERIES,
etc,- etc., :all In Al condition. There win
be bargains for. those who attend this
sale, at 211 First st, tomorrow-it 2 P. M.
C. 1. FORD, Auctioneer.
Of the Magnlfictfnt Furnlslhngs of the
ILLINOIS STATE BUILDING
THE LINCOLN HOME
Sale Begins Tuesday Morning at
10 A.M. at 211 First St
This is the class of goods when you
see them Is to admire them. THE OLD
MAHOGANY BEDROOM .SUIT: THE
WEATHERED OAK SET: THE OLD
HICKORY SET: .SOME MODERN' MA
HOGANY PIECES: THE WILLOW
FURNITURE; FULL BRASS BEDS.
COMPLETE; ANDIRONS AND FIRE
SETS; other dressers: rugs; ronton desk:
Hat-top desk, and all and every item In
use In the Illinois building and Lincoln
home will be sold at public auction at 211
First at., next Tuesday, at 10 A. M.
C. L. FORD, Auctioneer.
AT 211 FIRST ST.
Wednesday Next, at 2 P. M.
For this sale we have an ENORMOUS
QUANTITY OF FURNITURE AND
OTHER GOODS, TO BE SOLD WITH
OUT RESERVE, consigned to us from
the 1905t FAIR" GROUNDS; In one lot
there are COO oak dining chairs: many
bed springs and mattresses; dressers; cen
ter tables; gas ranges; stoves; heaters;
ainmg tamps and hundreds or other artl
c!cs too numerous to Itemize here. Sale
sharp at 2 P. M. at 211 First st. Phone
Main 5553. C. L. FORD. Auctioneer.
AT 211 FIRST ST.
Friday Next, at 2 o'CIock P. M.
For thl? sale we have a good assortment
of furniture und general housefurnlshingn
of almost ever description. Sale at 2
P. M. sharp. Phone Main 5C33.
C. !. FORD. Auctioneer.
SALE OF GOOD QUAui tY HOUSE
FURN'ISHINGS AT RESIDENCE,
SO. 251 CLACKAMAS ST..
CORXER OF ROSS ST.
We are Instructed by Mr. E. Edwards to
sell, the furnishings of his residence, com
pricing Universal steel range, with water
back; reliable gas range: oak extension
table; box-seat chains and china cabinet,
en FUltc; crockery and glassware: good
linoleum; art square?, carpets and mat
tines: gas drop-light: rockers; velour
couches; Globe section bookcase: fancy
rockers und oak stands; hall carpets; Iron
beds; springs and hair mattresses; white
enamel and maple dressers; toilet sets;
shades throughout the house; tent 12x11;
laundry outfit: Cole's hot-blast coal heat
er, airtight: leaf table; kitchen utensils;
lawn mower; garden hose; and other ef
fects. THE .HOUSE TO RENT (S ROOMS).
The above goods are. In. first-class condi
tion, having been bought wltlhn the past
year. Sale tomorrow (MONDAY), at 10
A- M- TAKE U OR L CAR.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctloneers.
SALE ON TUESDAY NEXT
EXCELLENT MAHOGANY AND OAK
FURNITURE REMOVED TO BAKER'S
AUCTION HOUSE FOR POSITIVE
bALK. BY OW.MSK liEAVING TOWN.
Including pretty parlor suites In muhor-
iny frames, French design and silk dam
ask coverings; lady s parlor def k In gen
uine mahogany: costly nlano lamn In solid
brass and onyx; handsome couches: Targe
rrencn-piaie mirror; parior upnoistery;
carved parlor tables; elegant rockers:
halltrec: very handsome Axmlnster and
body Brussels rugs. 9x12; velvet carpets;
round extension tables: high-grade box
seat .dining- chairs: very stylish buffet,
with fine carvings; Princess drensers. In
genuine mahogany and oak; stylish Iron
Deos. wun iuii orass trimmings; hair,
electric, felt and "Uk floss mattresses;
finest wire springs with hardwood frames,
goose-feather pillows; chiffoniers, with
French-plate mirrors: bureaus and wash
stands: decorated toilet seta; three lap
screens: mantel beds; Windsor folding
bed, with large French-plate mirror, por
tieres; pictures; gas range; '"household
treasure and kitchen requisites. ALL IN
FIRST-CLASS ORDER- ON VIEW TO
MORROW (MONDAY). SALE TUES
DAY' NEXT. AT 10 A- M-
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
SALE ON THURSDAY NEXT
AT BAKER'S AUCTION HOUSE.
Fpr consignments of household goods
and furniture from housekeepers, mort
gagees, money-lenders and parties leav
ing the jcity. Sale at 10 A. M.
Notice Patrons are kindly requested to
send their-goods to BAKER'S AUCTION
ROOMS the day before the- auction, that
.they may be placed In order and cata
logued. ' GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
Dnpm t vatippi ni -Li
mcnt of body Brussels and" Artnlnsterr
rugs., 9x12, have arrived from New York.
-in.- v-uuncc, uiuui iwnct mull fur
GEO. BAKER. Proprietor. "
Offices and salesroom. Park and. Alder.
For wlc A new S-roorn cottaso. all con
venient, lull eemnt bastrnmt; atmtn
different and better than any thine .in tits
city; fully Improved; st very desirable lo
cation; convenient to two trolley line. "See
the modern, fomflete. unique, elsnt.room resi
dence, corner 23th and Clackamas sii. Ready
October 15. Lota told on advantaceous terms
The Oregon Real Estate Co.
, -SSVi Third St.. room 4.
Farm and stock ranch. In Valley; ITS acres
cultivated land, good orchard, good Trroom
house, 5 barns and other buildings, 2
creeks through place; R. F. I. mall; 7
miles from count' seat; 2S0 head of stock;
good farming Implements. Price. ?15,W:
.terms. Mrs- H- F. Ball, ojvner, Corvalll.
Or. Rural Route Ho. 1.
JOHN CLAIRE MONTEITH
"tall receive pupil"' Is voice culture, room S3.
jJi,h block. Pkcaa X,to Ct.V
: by j. t. wilson v:
At Salesroom, 180 First Street
M 10 A..
This sale comprises COSTLT and AT
TRACTIVE SIDEBOARPS. combination
sideboard and- china closet Iron beds,
springs and mattresses, dining-room ' ef
fects, half mirror oil pantings. chiffo
nier. White drop-head sewing machine,
lace curtains, portieres, bamboo furni
ture mantel beds, -imported parlor lampjj.
burnt leather sofa cushion covers, flno
lot bed linen, pillows; bed. coverings, : se
lect. chairs for dining-room service, fine
assortment st rockers, commodes Brus
sels and(wbol carpets, dishes and kitchen
ware, steel range, cook and- heating
stoves and quantities of other furnish
ings. TUESDAY'S SALE
On the Premises, 431 Mont
gomery St., at 10 A. M.
On account of departure and by order
of the owner we will sell at public auction
the following furnishings: RATTAN and
WILLOW -ROCKERS- and chairs, cobble
rockers. PARLOR -SUITE, couch.- lace
curtains, dresser, metal beds, dining-room
table and chairs, bed linen, pillows, com
fortables. ONYX "TABLE, parlor screen-,
carpets, rugs and mattings; clock, slae
board. dishes, glassware, toilet ware,
kitchen equipments, cook range and mis
cellaneous. TUESDAY'S SALE
At 2 P. M;, 386 Davis, corner
Having Instructions from Mrs. E. C.
Baker, we will sell all the furnishings o
her neat cottage, comprising OAK and
MAPLE CHIFFONIERS, bedroom suites,
springs and mattresses, bedding, pillows,
coverings, couch center tables, lace cur
tains, rockers, chairs. FOLDING BEDS.
dressers, clock, carpets, rugs dishes.
glassware, dining-room furniture, coolc
stove, neating stoves ana an otner iur-
nisnings tnrougnout tne cottage.
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
at 10 A.M.
WE SELL ON THIS DAY A FIND AS
SORTMENT OF PARLOR FURNITURE.
DINING-ROOM EFFECTS, BEDROOM
TTTTTVrtS. OARPrTTS RllfiS . KITCH
EN EQUIPMENTS. COOK AND HEAT
ING STOVES. AND A VARIETY OF
OTHER HOU3E FURNISHINGS, ETC.
At the Lovejoy House, No. 623
Lovejoy St., at 10 A. M.
ir nnnvs np ttttrntture "etc.
This sale' comprises In part OAK: SIDE
BOARD WITH CHINA CLOSET AT
TACHMENT. LARGE OAK WARDROBE
WITH PLATE MIRROR. The rooms are
furnished with Iron beds, springs and
mattresses, dressers, touet ware, com
modes, wardrobes, rockers, chairs bed
dint, mattings. In- the dining-room you
will find tables, chairs, taole linen, cut
lery- dishes. glnssWare-. etc The.balance
of furnishings comprise gas stove", steel
bed. couches and other items ot value.
At 180 First Street, at 10 A. M.
This, our last sale for the week, com
prises a varied assortment ot housefur-
nlshlngs. carpets, neuomg. stoves, furni
ture for all the different departments of
housekeeping; abundance of furniture,
etc. to select from. The grea unloading
secure some of the bargains.
Note Phone Main 1626 and we will send
one of our buyers wRh cash to pay you
for anything' vou nave to sen.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
' S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer
Auction sale of all the furniture of
Flat No. 2
At Rooms 413 Washington St.
Tuesday, October 17th,. at
10 o'CIock A. M.
The household furniture from the
flat is almost new. Included in the
sale are a fine upright Piano and. roll-
top desk, square Piano for storage
charges. Sale Tuesday 10 A. M..
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Thursday and Friday
At Salesrooms, 413 Wash
to settle contracts and . account
. S. L.,N.-GILMAN,
TJ"e are instructed" by a lady oing
to Los Angeles to sell by .public
auction at residence (by catalogue
the finest lot of mahogany, birdseye
maple, weathered oalc, brass bed
steads, costly pictures, works of art,
etc., ever offered in this city. Catalogues-may
be had at our office, -13
Washington street, after next Thurs
day. Sale a week from next "Wednes
day, the 25th of October. Phone Main
2473 fer catalogue by mail, m
S. L. X. .GILMAN, Auctioneer.
- Auction Sale
Tomorrow. 10 A. Ml. at 465 Morrison st.
-Phone Hood 192.
M. ABRlAMS. Proprietor.
Now that it is settled that the high
bridge over the "Willamette Eiver
will swing from the Brazee Point, be-
tween University Park and St. Johns,
to the lulls on the opposite side of the
river, a quick rush will be made for
business sites and home sites at
Por nearly 20 years w have been '
advising our. friends to invest their!
money in real estate on the Penin- j
aula. Pbr 15 years we have been
pointing to University Park as the j
future financial and social center of 1
the whole Peninsula. We have shown i
our faith by purchasing and holding
such a large proportion of the whole j
that we ara now forced to sell part I
in order to allow the improvement to
go on. we are now ofierwg for sale
each alternate block and are reserving
for higher prices each other alternate
block in University Park
Dollars to Cents
We Tiave spent dollars to cents of
all other persons put together in ad
vertising the advantages of the whole
Peninsula, and we are neartily glad
for those who heeded our advice and
sorry for those who had little faith.
Wo. again appeal to you to "join with
us in building a great fortune, by tak
ing advantage of the opportunity now
University Park and vicinitv has
Bull Run water; Columbia University,
Portland public schools, electric
lights, electric streetcars, graded
streets and wide boulevards, but
University Park alone has alleys, a
uuuuiug icatiiiubiuu auu unuui re
Prices of lots will be advanced $25
each November 1, 1905. Don't forget
the date. Prices now $100 to $300,
5 per cent cash, and $5 monthly.
FRANCIS I. M'KENNA,
Boom 606 Commercial Block, Corner
Second and Washington and
University Park Station.
It ' is the sightliest building tract
on the. Peninsula. Lots are still sell
ing at from 90 to $400, . the first j
prices. City water, sidewalks, graded
streets are already now. Without
question: it is the finest tract now
offered at popular prices. Take a
Vernon car right to the heart of it.
Come out today and be shown.
Easy to see.
Easy to buy.
Easy to pay for.
Moore Investment Go.
151 1-2 Sixth St.
E.B. COL WELL
Successor to A. J. FARMER
"tt'IIOUMAIJE AXD RETAIL GUOCER,
SSI, :S3 afid 23 Third St., cor. Jefferson.
The Big Store
Prices quoted below will save you at
least 20 pc"r cent. Best dry granulated
sugar (not beet. 100-pound sacks. 53.10: 19
pounds best dry granulated sugar (not
beet), Jl.CO: beet dry granulated, per sack,
$3.00; 1-pound can Royal Baking Powder,
10c; 1-pound can Schilling's baking- pow
der, 33c: 1-pound package Arm and Ham
mer soda.- 5c: shredded wheat biscuit, per
package 10c: 7 pounds clean white rice, !
23c; 13 bars Royal Savon soap, 23c: hard- I
wheat Hour, per- sack, J1.00: best Eastern !
hams, per pound. 14c; picnic hams, per
nound. Sc: shredded cocoanut. per pound.
15c: 3-pound pall best lard. 5Cc: 10-pound
pall best lard. Sl-.GOr 2Qjpound "best lard.
$1.90: best soft-wheat Hour, per sack. $LC0:
Java, and Mocha coffee (regular 35c), per
pound. 25c: 3 pounds broken Java and
Mocha (equal to 20c), 23c; 2 cans Primrose
cream. I5c: Tiger cream (regular 10c), per
can, 5c:. English, breakfast .tea., (regular
23c) per pound 15c; line Gunpowder tea
(special), per pound, 13c; Scotch Oats, per
package. 10c: T&r soap. 2 "bars, 3c: Fels
Naphtha, soap, per bar. ac; Poatum CereaU
per package, 20c; soda crackers. 10-pouad
box. SOcrleslIe's Sterilised Salt (shaker
top), package, 5c; Kitchen brand Parlor
Matches (15C0 to packnge). per dozen. 75c;
Lenox brand Parlor Matches (GOO to box),
per dozen- 35c
East Side deliveries 'Tuesdays and Fri
day?. "Woodlawn. North Albina and Pied
l'JIOXfi MAIN 4W.
WANT A HOME
Portland's leading residence sub
urb, offers such opportunities.
Built to your ortfer. and the money
with which you are now buylnpr
a rent receipt oach month will pay
for It. That means you are prac
tically setting a home for nothing-.
Dir up your renc receipts
and sec how many times you could
have paid for a home of your own
wltn the money they represent.
GIVE IT A THOUGHT
Investigate our buildlncr plan and
I'holc lots selling fot
down, to por month.
Every convenience in FIRLAND
best water. l.Vminute electric car
service (fare 3c. best locntion.
streets graded: 20 minut-s from city
on the Mount Scott cl-ctrlc rail
way. Take MOUNT SCOTT car at
First and Alder streets today, rain
or shine, and visit
GEO. W. BROWN
a 203 Failing Bldg. Phone Main 2123.
b (Open Evenings.)
ROBT. A. TAYLOR.
2 Office. Fhland Station.
Is offered, on account of one of our tracts
of land having been divided into- lots, to
secure a location for your home at a.
greatly reduced price. Fronting on Cor
bctt at. and extendlne to Kelly st.. In
There are 16 lots In all: beautifully located
on the hill, having line view and excellent
car service- These lots arc put on tho.
market at ?300, JGOO, $S00. etc., eaoh; both
streets fully Improved and all assessments
paid. We are advancing money for build
ing houses. For particulars apply to
Portland Trust Company ot Oregon
ICO THIRD STREET.
Corner lot. 30x100. with six flats! renting
for 5170" per inonth. Ten minutes' walk
from wholesale and retail district: $6300
rtio'rtgage, has two "years to run. Price,
ROUNTREE & DIAMOND
241 Stark Street, Cor. Second
4 modern, six
room flats, close
THE HEALY INVESTMENT CO.
210-214 AbiiiRton Uiiildin?. lOOVi Third it.1
DO IT NOW!
Half block on 23d. north of Thurraan;
line residence locality; a snap at $3000.
' Everything St. Johns way Is advancing,
but we are still offering a tine University
Park 8-room modern home, with bath.
Bull Run water and grounds 100x123. fine
fruit and barn, at the former ridiculously
low price of $2730. The house cost more
than that to build. Do it now!
MOULTON S SCOBEY
Columbia Building. 363 "Washington St.
$23CO Quarter block, full view of rivers
and mountains; superb building site; 17th
VAN IV. ANDERSON.
201 McKay Bldj.
See-the lots we arc selling on Clackamas
st.; price-JS73 foflnslde. $1030 for corners.
On easy monthly Installments.
MALL & VON BORSTEL
333 EAST BURNSIDg ST.
tlOnfin Three-story brick. First st.;
OlOUUU Income $19S0; three days only
at this .price. Secure it now. SAHL
SJTRQM & PATTERSON. 165 4th st-
LOUIS H. BOLL
PIANO STUDIO NOW OPEN FOR PUPrL3.
Parlor 0 and 10. C-Vi TV'ajhlpstos xt.