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T1IE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JANUARY 7, 1900.
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DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 6.- Maximum tempera
ture. AC dps.: minimum temperature. 41 dep.
River reading at 11 A- M.. 2.8 feet: chance
In past 24 hours, rise of 0.2 foot. Total pre
clpltatlon. A l M. to S P. M., none. ToUl
precipitation since September 1. IMA. !""
Inches; normal precipitation wince September
1. 1905. 20.81 inches: deficiency. 3.74 lnche.
Total nunchlne Januar A, none; possible sun
ehlno January A, 8 hours 4T minutes.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Baker City ...
02114 1 W
W 0.00 4INW
0.00 4 KW
Salt Lake City.... '32'
San Francisco lfifli(
0.00112 1 W
Spokane 13610.081 4iNW
Seattle 142IO.IKM 4 k
Tatoosh Island I44i0.00: 4iE
AValla Walla )A20.0Q! 4IKW
A flight barometric depression central over
Western Montana has caused light snow to
day In Eastern Washington, portions of
Southern Idaho, Northern Nevada and West
ern Montana. Light rain has occurred along
th Washington coast and on the Strait of
Juan de Fuca. Elsewhere' throughout the
Rocky Mountain and the Pacific Coa6t States
no precipitation of consequence has occurred.
The pressure has Increased eteadily during
the last 24 hours in this district, and under
the influence of a moderate high pressure area
fair weather la expected to prevail In the
Pacific Northwest Sunday, with but little
change in temperature.
Forecasts made at Portland for 26 hours
ending midnight, Sunday:
Portland and vicinity Fair weather; vari
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Fair: variable winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Partly cloudy.
Holhschlld Frcc-Tradcr With a But.
LONDON. Jan. 6. Lord Rothschild, In
a speech at Waterford today. In support
of the protectionist candidate, Thomas
Frederick Halsey, the sitting member, an
nounced himself as a "free trader in
favor ot the negotiation of tariff treaties
with other countries."
He said lie had never hidden the fact
that he was a free trader. He objected
strongly to the taxation of the food of
the people, and could not understand how.
In the peculiar situation of this island,
protective tariffs could be built up. At
the same time, he must also say that he
was In favor of negotiation, not to use
the word retaliation. They all remem
bered the advantage of Cobden's treaty
with France and under the recent trea
ties which Lord Lansdownc had negoti
ated with Roumania and Bulgaria, Lan
cashire goods would now be admitted to
those countries at much lower tariffs
AT THE IIOTEI.&
The Portland A. I. Barker, New Tork;
J. M. Stevens, Puyallup; C. A. Piplow. Se
attle; Mrs. Cameron, G. Cameron. San Fran
cUco; W: O. Hickok. Pittsburg; F. L. Sulli
mn. Buffalo; W. J. B. Wilson. Nelson; II. J.
Harris. The Dalles; W. Faulkner. Los An
geles; F. L. Brown. M. Manson. S. Onpen
lioimer. E. M. Elam. San Francisco; O. J.
Katz. Rochester. N. Y.; G. W. Cateje. Elgin;
M. Sanders and wife. San Francisco; F. R.
Mills. Baker City: T. P. Woodcock. Boise:
T S. Loop, San Francisco; E. Watson and
nlf. U. S. A.: N. H. Latimer and wife. Se
attle; Miss Engelhardt; Mrs. W. C. Barrett.
San Francisco: C. S. Baxter, Chicago: A. Mc
Naniara. San Francisco; H. KUdea, Buffalo;
I. J. Paulson and wife. Davenport. la.;
L. A. Jones, Chicago; C. H. Dice. West Lib
ert, la.; F. A. Boole, E. S. Mclntry. Blaine,
Wash.: O. .1. Olson.. St. Pawl; D. Hlrrestes,
Olympia; A. Wood. L. Noskel, Seattle; F L.
Lytler. I. B. Atkinson. J. B. Atkinson. Vic
toria. B. t; A. J. Steinman. San Francisco;
J. R. Anderson. Victoria. B. C; W. A.
Moses and wife, Kansas City; Gertrude E.
Blackstaff. F. S. Hlessey. Victoria. B. C.
The Oregon Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White.
Boston; D. W. Brewer. Seattle; E. P. Eldred,
rokane: V. 1$. McDowell. Colfax: J. A.
Law. Denver: T. J. Coffman, Spokane; T.
Pelton. St. Paul; R. A. Thompson, ol'y. W.
H. Wright. San Francisco: E. 1. Cor.ajr, F
D. Nelson, B. W. Mcintosh. J. E. Pharo. Se
attle; C. C. Conkle. Denver; R. C. Stoddard,
Toronto; H. B. Graham. Omaha: J. M. Dono
hue. Seattle; F. F. Potts, San Francisco: AV.
F. Pearce, Seward; P. Lobenbaum, San Fran
cisco; J. L. Easton. Belllngham; G. Hensler
nnd wife, B. A. Phillips, Anacor'.es; E. A.
Converse. Oakland; F. J. Corlln, W. H.
Clcary. Chicago: W. D. Hoflnn and family.
Seattle: Cant. Thomson and wife. At-tori a;
J. F. O'Nell. Seattle: M. O. Stoddard and wife.
Rutland: A. W. Spalding and wife, Seattle;
J. Brown, city; 11. C. Iewis, Idaho; K. 11.
Perkins. Seattle; Mrs. H. C Levy, Cascade
Locks; J. . Clear'. J. B. Havlland. Caps
Horn: J. T. White. Seattle; J. M. Brown.
W. D. Brown. I. Clendennlnc, Brandon: E.
X.. Thonij-son and wife, Chicago; J. W. Gunn.
Seattle; A. F. Schult.
The rerklns W. F. York and wife. Spo
kano; Frank Fox, Husuni, Wash.: H. D.
Areld and wife, Manco. Cal.: C. J. Budwell.
Pocatello, Idaho; Miss Bennett. Miss M. Ben
nett. W. Thompson. Wasco. Or; Mis Coy.
George House. Argel Atheson. Goldendale; T.
A. Espy. Burkeley. Cal.; Peter Dorcick and
wife, Astoria; George L. Doyle, George Milne.
The Dalles; R. T. Chase, Gresham; L. A.
Newell. Carlton. Or.; r. Carlson, Spokane: L.
L. Henry, Seattle; H. G. Gasley. Ashland.
Wis.; H. 6. Ewart. Chehalis. Wash.; J. E.
Campbell. Tacoma; D. V. Ballon. Mrs. W.
Ballon. Ben Tavlor. Antelope; James N. Llp
nell and wife. F. E. Knox and wife. George
Hunt. Everett. Wash.; John L. Senator. John
Itldcllf. Mrs. Walter Shaw. Marshfield. Or.;
George W. Daley and wife. Fort Scott, Kan.;
Charles H.vnd. Mrs. W. Hynd. J. P. Lombard,
Heppner, Or.; Ellis Jennings, Donald McRae.
St. Johns: C. C Shilling. E. B. Maddox.
Heppner. Or.;-Frank Richardson. San Fran-clsr-o;
Judge Gurney, N. L. Tooker. Tilla
mook: M. P. Hopper. St. Johns; A. A, San
dahl and wife, g. II. Clynlck. Butte. Mont.;
Albert B. Allen. Wallace. Idaho: J. R. Buck
lev and wife. Spokane; C. O. Dusker. Hood
River; M. A. Miller. Lebanon. Or.; G. E. San
ders. Albany. Or.; Grant Goddes. George
Rilor and wife. Baker City; W. H. Eccles,
E. C. Walker, Hood River: W. W. Oglesby.
Cottage Grove; F. A. French. St. Paul; L.
Snlckard. Omaha. Neb.; C. M. Glnnlss. Hunt
ington. Or.; F. Harris. Starbuck. Wash.: M.
M. Daugherty. Danville. 111.; W. F. Nlelson.
A. C. NIcison. Jr.. Junction City; R. C.
Churchill. E. M. Rees. Albany. Or.; J. H.
Halpln. .1. F. I'hlman. St. Johns; G. Kiger.
The Imperial A. E. Barnard. Omaha:
R. Cawgill, Spokane; J. M. Ayres and wife,
Keho; it. Williams and wife. Seattle; N.
Meyer. San Francisco: Mrs. J. F. Knuth,
Falrchlld; Miss E. Goetz, Chicago; C S.
Carter and wife. Hope City; J. W. Sullivan
wid wife; J. Aokerman. Salem: L B. Spmot.
Hood River: D. S. Rosenfteld. San Franclaeo;
C H. McKInney, llwaco; C. C Kradley: clty;
A. S. Bush. -S. S. Bunh. Bay Center; J. H.
Price. Tacoma: J. H. Schlvely. Olympia: E.
W. Greenfield, San Francisco; N. H. Don
aldson, Walla Walla: C. S. Parnsh and wife.
A. M. Crawford. Salem: J. A. Eade. Ober
lln: R. Brown and wire. Nome; W. W. Grant,
Corvallls; F. M. Schumaker, New York; E.
St. John and wife. Tacoma; J. B. Hill and
wife. Kelso; J. B. Elliott and famllv. Bil
lings; R. Brownville. Big Timber; A. H. La
Croix. Salem: S. V. Houscl. Seaside; t A.
Burns. an Francisco; J. II. Morrle, S.-.nta
Barbara; Mrs. R. E. Porter, Grass Valley;
Jessie Davidson. Gertie Davldton, lone: Mabel
McNabb. R. F. Raber. Tacoma: G. Wright.
W. H. Wright, A. Wright. Tacoma; J. H.
rage, city; G. B. Holloway. Wabash; S. P.
Lee. city; C. Pranter and wife. Walla Walla;
J W. Mackenzie. A. Popple, city; A. B.
Cordley, Corvallls; J. W. Blake. Cheyenne;
C W. Pursell. Boise: J. S. Cooper. Inde
pendence; S. B. Huston and wife. Hlllsooro.
The St. Charles G. T. Ewey. Astoria: A.
P. Hammond: A. P. Gordon. Carson; W. J.
WllexMi. Woodburn; A. Adams. ' Kalama; L.
Sing; L. H. Mercer, Orovllle; C. W. Walker,
Albany; J. Hunter, St. Johns; T. J. Garv,
Oregon City; C. StrNb. Heppner: R. Weaver
B. Weaver. Castle Rock; E. Wetzler. clt;
J. Scharrcn, Kent; H. Zimmerman. The Dalle';
J, Jahies. Rainier;. T. H. Allman and wife.
Cathlamet; S. K. Noel and wife, Woodburn;
B. W. Emerick: Mrs. "A. Malm, Rainier; B.
C Palmer. -Ostrander; G. H. Rogers and
wife. Ncwberg; Bertha Jones, city; R. L.
Mayhew. North Yamhill; N. G. Johnson. Hillfl
boro; W. F. Anderson, H. Anderson? C J.
jiea. Vancouver; j. ocnassin. ii, R. Zimmer
man; G. W. Kjenncy. Gresham: IL C. Miller
and wife. G. R. Ward and wife. Ostrander:
J. C. Turner, city; G. W. Taylor. Eugene;
J Houston. Goldfteld; J. McCoy, San Fran
cisco: T. Nutter. Cattle Rock; Mrs. A. C
Judge. J. T. Wing. F. M. Bell, city; Mrs. W.
L. Pulllam. ClatsKanle: L. Patrick; C E.
Stone. R. M. Hewitt, North Yamhill; A. L
Richardson, Lacomb; G. W. Bacon. Forest
Hotel DBBellj Tacemawanhlngton.
European plan. Hates, 75 cents to $2.54
per day. Free 'bus.
AND MAN'S LIP
Most Common Pisces for Cancer
San Francisco EziiEincr
The papers recently made reference to
people cured of cancers without knife or
Sain by Dr. & Mrs. Dr. Chamley & Co.
ince then their cures of many prominent
people have occasioned much comment.
These people say their cures were most
marvelous, many of them having been
pven up to die. They first obtained the
Doctors' book, the best ever published,
teaching that any lump in woman's breast
is cancer. It lead, they say, to the great
est blessing of their lives. This instruc
tive book is sent free to those describing
All the leading newspapers and medi
cal journals of the world have noted the
Doctors' wonderful cures. They charge
nothing until cured and offer $1000 if
they fail. It is said they have cured more
cancers than any other physicians living.
No X Ray or other swindle. A Pacific
Island plant extract makes the cure in the
privacy of the patient's own home. Ad
dress, 25 Third Street, San Frandsco, Cal.
"Rooms." "Room and Board. "Heaii
keeplng Rooms," "Situations Wasted." IS
word er less, 15 oeatsi 16 to M words, 18
cesti; SI to 25 word. 25 oeaU, etc No dU
coaat for additional Iniertlesa.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
"New Today," SO ceata for 15 word er lests
16 to SO words, 40 cest; SI to SB Trerds, 50
cestt, etc first tuertlea. Each addition!
iasertloB, one-half; no farther dlicouBt sa
iler one month.
"NEW TODAY (jranre meature agate), 15
eesta per line, first insertion: 10 oeati per
lis e for each additional lnirrtlon.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Orcgoalan. aisd left at this
office, should always be laclosed la ealed
envelopes. No stamp l required ea sda
The Oreconlaa will sot be respoBftlsle for
error la advertisements taltea tkreagB ta
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY
Dance, with rood music, whist, with usual
prize, coffee and calte, all for 15 cents, on
Monday night, aJnuary S. In K. of P. Hall.
MarQuam bid?., by Centennial Council. 1311.
KniRhts and Ladles of Security. Come and
have an evening of pleasure. By order of
HOYAL CHICLE. W. O. TV., will irlve a
whist party Saturday eve.. January 13, la
Ablngton Hall, 3d refreshments.
BREEN In this city, Jan. fi, 190G. at S5
7th St.. William J. Green, aged Gl year.
Funeral notice hereafter.
NIELRON Raymond Nlelson died December
SO, 1905, aged (1 yean;. - months. 15 days.
Funeral today at Dunnlng's parlors. East
(tth and Easi Alder sts.. at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Lone Fir Cemetery.
JOHNSON At T2C Vanderbllt St.. Unlveiwltr
I'ark. Jan. 4, WW. Mrs. Minnie Johnson,
age 28 years. Funeral will take place from
the above residence at 2 P. M.. Sunday.
Jan. 7, Interment at Columbia Cemetery.
Friends respectfully Invited to attend. Keller-Byrnes
3. I. CTNLEY & SON Fnnrrnl directors
and embalmers. No. S61 3d st., eer. Madlton.
Day or nlcht calls promptly attended. Ex
perienced lady assistant trhen desired. Of
fice of County Coroner. Facae Mala 0.
DUNNTNG. STENTEE GILBAUGH. Sae
cessora to DbbbIbx & Campion, uadertakers
and embalmers; modern la every detail; "lh
aad Flae. Phono Hala 430. Lady aaslstaat.
EDWARD HO LSI AN CO.. Undertakers aad
embalmers. bare moved to their aew build
in sr. Third aad fiahsoa. Lsdr asslstaat.
Telepboae No. 507.
F. S. DUNNING. Undertaker. 41i East
Alder. Lady asslstaat. Telepboae East 52.
ZELLER-BYRNES CO Uadertakers. Em.
babeers. 273 Hussell. East 1058. Ladr aas'L.
TO THE PORTLAND CAPITALIST.
We are making a specialty of collecting
rents of LARGE BUILDINGS and have
the BEST OF FACILITIES for carrying
out your wishes as an agent. Our refer
ences are of the HIGHEST CHARACTER
nnd we solicit your patronage. R. H.
BLOSSOM. 31C CHAMBER OF COM
REAL ESTATE. RENTALS,
MORTGAGE LOANS AND
R. II. BLOSSOM. 316 Chamber of Commerce.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT. MADE
over, exchanged: diamonds, precious stones,
loose and mounted; watches Jewelry, re
paired. Uncle Myera, Jeweler. 143 Sd-Alder.
HAVE $1000 TO 51500. WITH SERVICE,
to invoat In good, legitimate business; state
your business and location In flret letter.
Address H 20, Oregonlan.
GOOD CORNER. 100 FEET ON YAMHILL
ft., for sale cheap; 2 years' leaae at $0000
per year. Commercial Investment Co., 1C3V
."d st.. Room "A."
Fred Wefterdal. 2l7 Or'gn bldg. Graduate
Stockholm; massage and Swedlrh movement.
Mortgage Loans 5, Upwards
Real Estate City and Farm.
Insurance In All Lines.
A. H. BIRRELL.
S62-S McKay bide Third aad Stark ate.
EAST SIDE RESIDENCE
For sale by owner. Block from car. Cor
ner lot. new house, beautifully tinted, porce
lain bath, gas fixtures, water connected.
Price low. ' Terms to suit. Address J 36.
Beautiful bunding site. 100x100. Belmont
and 15th. Fine location to improve for
renting purposes and get big returns.
F. O. NORTHRUP&CO.
11 Commercial Block, 2d nnd "Washington.
E. B. COLWELL
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
281-2S3-2K5 Third St.. Cor. Jefferson.
The Big Store of Little Prices.
Following prices will save you 25c on
every dollar. Quality guaranteed.
Western dry granulated cane sugar. 100
pound sack, 55.40; Western dry granulated
cane sugar. IS -pounds, fl: extra dry gran
ulated sugar. Kpound.-nck, J5.20: extra
dry granulated sugar; 13 pounds. 51: best
lemon, orange .and citron peel, per pound,
15c; 3 packages Magnolia cleaned currants.
25c: 3 packages new three-crown seeded
raisins. 25c: 3 pounds new threecrown
loose Muscatels, 25c; 1-pound can .Royal
baking powder. 40c; 1-pound can "Schil
ling's Best baking powder, 35c; 1-galion
can fancy table syrup, 45c; -gallon, can
fancy table syrup, 25c; Crosse &. Black
well's olive oil, quart bottles, C5c: 1-pound
package Arm. and Hammer -soda, 5c: 7
pounds French prunes. 25c; shredded
wheat biscuit., per package.' 10cr6 -pounds -Louisiana
rice. 25c; 13 bars Roval Savon
soap. 25c: S-pound pail best lard, 50c: 10
pound palL best lard. 51; 20-pound pail bst
lard, 51.90; llnest Eastern hams, per-pound.
13c; best 'Picnic hams, per pound. 10c;
best Cottage hams (boneless) .per pound.
10c; shredded cocoanut, per pound. 16c
hard-wheat flour, per sack. 51; Scotch
oats, per package. 10c; Postum Cereal, per
package. 20c: Fels-Nanlha soap, per bar,
sc: beet soft-wheat flour, per sack, 51;
Jam and Mocha coffee (regular 35c). 25c:
one-clghth-box soda crackers (about 30
pounds). 50c; English Breakfast tea, per
pound. 15c; fancy Gunpowder tea (regular
35c), 35c: 3 pounds broken Java coffee, 25c;
2 bars Tar soap,- 5c; Unceda Biscuit, per
packagc. 5c; Tiger cream (10c size). 5a
East SIdo delivery Tuesdays and Fri
days. Phone Main m. -
Auction & Commission Co.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioaecr
Special Auction Sale at Residence.
We are instructed to sell by public
auction at the residence
No. 325 Twelfth Street
Between Clay and Harket
Tomorrow, Monday, January
8, at 10 o'CIock A. M.
All the furniture and fittings of nine
rooms, "without reserve, including
wardrobe, hall rack, wardrobe couch,
hall and 6tair carpets, pro-Brussels
carpets and squares, couches, lady's
desk, odd dressers, commodes, mantel
beds, extension table, iron beds, com
plete with springs, mat treses, pillows,
blankets, comforters; toilet crockery,
gas cook stoves and gas plates,
stands, rockers, shades, kitchen
queen, champion steel range, etc., etc
The attention of buyers is invited to
this sale Monday (tomorrow) 10 A.
3d", at 325 Twelfth Street.
S. L. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Great Continuation Sales
Each Day at 10 o'Clock.-at
413 Washington Street
S. L. N. GILMAX. Auctioneer.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Jackets,
Children's Jackets, Wrappers, etc..
to be sold for account prominent suit
house by public auction.
Wednesday, Jan. 10
at 10 A. M., at Gllman's
Rooms, No. 413 Washing
Fine .assortment, no reserve. Any
one can buy one or 20 suits.
S. L. X. GILLVX, Auctioneer.
S. L. N. GILMAN
Mammoth combination auction sale of
fine household furniture. Axmlnstcr rugs,
carpets, Brussels and Pro-Brussels
squares, per instruction of owners (West
and Cast Side), at our spacious salesroom.
No. 413 Washington, Extend
ing to 108 Eleventh Street,
on Tuesday Next, January
9, Commencing at 10 A. M.
This great sale will afford buyers of
household furniture an opportunity unex
celled to purchase up-to-date household
effects. Included in the sale arc plenty of
pretty upholstered parlor pieces; daven
ports; beautiful oak dressers: Princess
dressers. In mahogany and oak: com
modes; wardrobe couch: iron beds, with
curled-hair and other mattresses; fine -oak
dining table and dining chairs: pretty
rockers: elegant walnut bedstead; white
maple complete bedroom suit and twice
folding and mantel beds; fine velvet car
pet; 9x12 rug: also R.3x!0.S rugs; cook and
heating stoves; Wakefield and Wisconsin
rockers; 203 fine oak diners from the Inn
will be sold at this time, in lots to suit.
We cannot enumerate all the furniture
included In this sale, but will say that it
will pay you to attend, as all must go at
your prices, and the quality and quantity
of goods will attract the attention of buy
ers. No reserve. Sale begins Tuesday, 10
A. IL. at 413 Washington street,
S. I. X. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
West Side Building Sites
residence property; bitulithic streets,
cement walks, gas, sewer and Bull
Hun water laid to each lot; $70,000
worth sold during the past three days,
one purchaser paying 42,000 on
which there will be a palatial resi
dence erected. Only a few lots left.
Buy now before prices are advanced.
Take Portland Heights car and get off
at Park Ave. For plats and prices
call on or address
GRIND ST ATP & SOHALK,
261 Stark Street. Phone Main 392.
Will build two or three story
brick building on Park street,
near Washington street, for
253 Washington, Cor Third
Hartford & Blackwell
Railroads, Power Plants
311 Bailey B!dg., Seattle
Built on installment plan. Some nice
Jiomcs, 5 to 8 rooms, now ready for sale.
O. M. SMITH.
730 Chamber of Commerce. .
flOPA Doesn't this price atract you?
A.lnU It for a fractional lot on 23d.
ytmyjv near Washington, .with two
frontages. See the advantage of that?
WHITING & ROUNTREE, il3 Ablngton
By J. T. Wilson
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
There has been placed with us for dis
posal a fine assortment ot GOLDEN OAK.
CHAIRS and ROCKERS; very swell hall
tree, with French plate mirror; BIRDS
EYE 11APX.E DRESSER, commode and
table: line -china, toilet set; FUMED OAK
rockers and dining-room table: PIER
MIRROR In sveamorc frame; RICH POR
TIERES: choice pictures and oil paint
ings; metal beds in brass trimmings; fine
springs and mattress; parlor screen: side
board; glassware; bamboo brackets: music
racks and stools; rattan rockers and
chairs; mahogany' settee; couches;
lounges: dressers In the different woods;
SHOWCASE: kitchen cabinets; tables:
Eclipse range; cook stoves; heating
stoves: fine Brussels stair carpet; AX
MINSTER and SMYRNA RUGS; mat
tings and floor coverings; two metal fire
place mantels and arches, with grates and
other deslmblo furnishings, etc
On the Premises, 133 Twelfth
Street, Corner of Alder at
10 o'CIock A. M.
Furnishings of a Nice Flat
Havine InstrucUons from the owner, we
will sell at public auction all the appro
priate furnishings, including PIANO; par
lor chairs; rockers and tables; fine lace
curtains and portieres; settees and parlor
set; velvet carpets; rugs; rattan and wil
low rockers, box couch: dining-room set;
MASSIVE SIDEBOARD; box-seat chairs
and carver: cutlery, dishes and glassware;
REGINA MUSIC-BOX. with discs: select
oak bedroom sets, with springs and HAIR
MATTRESSES: metal and mantel beds;
nigs; DRESSERS and commodes: toilet
ware: kitchen equipments; treasure tables
and utensils: gas range; GAS HOT-WATER
HEATER; linoleum; bedding, pil
lows and bed linen and other fine belong
ings. WEDNESDAY'S SALE
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
at'10 A. M.
Carpets: rugs: floor coverings; parlor,
dining-room, bedroom and kitchen outfits;
stoves and other fine furnishings. Every
thing select and desirable
By Order of H. B. Lltt, at The
J. T. Wilson Auction Sales
rooms, 180 First Street,
at 2 o'CIock P," M.
Ladies' Tailor Made Suits,
Coats, Jackets, Skirts
Fine fabric garments. Evcrv garment on
sale this day from the H. B. LITT fur
nishing establishment. Sale promptly at
2 P. ii.
At Salesroom, 180 First Street,
at 10 A. M.
Groceries, Provisions and
We will close out this day a fine assort
ment of FRESH GROCERIES. You will
find plenty of select goods on sale: canned,
bottled and package goods, fixtures,
NOTE Call up Main 1635 and consult J.
T. Wilson, the auctioneer, about the dis
posal of your belongings.
J. T .WILSON. Auctioneer.
A SCHUBACH, Proprietor.
EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M.
AT 211 FIRST STREET
For Monday's sale we have a Martin's
Bros. CO) PIANO: 12 NEW COOK
STOVES; ANTIQUE MAHOGANY SIDE
BOARD, with cabinet and plate mirror
top: elegant davenport, with wardrobe
compartment: two large coal heaters:
Japanese man-of-war; numerous bedroom
suits: metal beds; mantel beds; best
springs and mattresses; bedding of all
kinds; extension tables; dining chairs;
rockers: halltrce; center tables; 10) fine
pictures; nn Immense lot of carpets In
Brussels, velvet pile, wool Ingrain, etc..
etc Our salesrooms arc filled to overflow
ing with a wonderful variety of HOUSE
FURNISHINGS. from the choicest to the
cheapest. If you are a money-saver you
will attend these sales, which are held
every afternoon at 2 o'clock. Saturday
excepted, at 211 First st.
C. L. FORD, Auctioneer.
AT BAKER'S AUCTION-HOUSE, corner
Of ALDER AND PARK STS., A USEFUL
ASSORTMENT OF GOOD FURNISH
INGS FOR PARLORS. DINING-ROOMS.
SIX BEDROOMS AND KITCHEN. On
view tomorrow (Monday). SALE ON
TUESDAY NEXT. AT 10 A. M.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers.
AT BAKER'S AUCTION-HOUSE. THE
FURNISHINGS OF FLAT AND 6-ROOM
All goods for above sale must be in the
auction-rooms the day before auction,
that they may be catalogued, according
to Mr. Baker's usual custom. Sale at 10
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
VERY SATISFACTORY BUSINESS Is
dally dono In our private department. New
rugs, carpets and furniture selling at 10
to 3) per cent cheaper than other furni
ture stores, which are controlled by THE
TRUST. In a few days wc expect the
arrival of 50 more of those ELEGANT
aXMINSTER RUGS: the furniture trust
asks $33; our price will be
GEO. BAKER & CO..
The Practical Furniture Men of Portland.
X-3 Alder Street.
Is the riefct time to buy a home. Do not for
crt that tome StW new hou-s bare been built
thin Mason on the EAST Side, and that the
GREATER Portland will be on the East Side.
Is the ceocraphlcal center of the city." aad la
the moat DESIRABLE residence district, and
roach of this will become BUSINESS property.
Do not overlook these FACTS when raakiac
Investments, and call and inspect the property,
tor seelsc 1 bellevinc
The Oregon Real Estate Company
85$ Third Street. Room . Portias i. Or:
4 1-12 ACRES
Patton avc: three blocks to cars; direct
ly, opposite North Alblna; water pipes
A. D. MARSHALL. Owner.
Room 7, S2$ Third 5U
$546 and up, fractional lots la North Tort
from Quarter-block' facing N. 2th at.
Kiee 50x100 on 1st. near Carutheri.
3800 Nice little modern home. N. 23d st.
F3139 East front corner lot. 24th st.
i5 East-front lot. 11th. near Harrison.
3389 Corner and new modern S-roora
house. Vaughn and Fairbanks, North Port
land. Don't fail to see thl.
&3dee New, modern home oa 21st st.. Nob
Ke-H-bloclc. 24th and Pettysrove.
50800 Corner and one of the most modern
and up-to-date 0-room homes In North
J806 Modern, new. up-to-date house, com
pletely furnished, on Kearney st.
$U.eee-fc-biock. & E. cor. 16th and Petty
KTove. with two dwellings.
Sll.eOO U-block. 17th and Lovejoy. 3 dwell
ings; rent 5 SO; room to build another
fl 4,900 Property 13th and Lovejoy: corner
brines STS: inside lot vacant.
SlStOeo Brick building, close In. paying
$18,560 Flats, cloie In, paying 0 per cent net.
$23.000 t on 2d. near Burnslde; can
lease 5 years. $200 per month.
10 acres Facing the river In South Portland
with railroad running through the center.
Over 600 feet of water frontage.
TO INVESTORS AND WARE
HOUSEMEN Half- block in terminal grounds, facing rail
road track, covered with frame buildings,
nowr paying fair rate of Interest. This is
the only chance to get a half-block on the
west sldo with switching privileges.
Exclusively high-class residence property,
bitulithic streets, cement walks, gas. sewer
and Bull Run water laid to each lot: $70,000
worth sold daring the past three days, one
purchaser paying $42,000, on which there
will be a palatial residence erected. Only a
few lota left. Buy now before prices are ad
vanced. Take Portland Heights car and get
oft at Park avc.
OVER THE RIVER
300 S acres. Prune Place. Base Line.
$700 Corner lot. Kern's Addition, near In
rnan & Foulsen mill: easy terms.
$900 GOxlOO and 0-room house. Starr, near
Russell t-. Lower Alblna; -asy terms.
$3030xl20. E. Asb. near 20th st.
SlOOO-Two corner lots. E. 26th. running
from TVeldler to Broadway.
$100010 acres O. W. P. Railway, near
$1200-50x200. E. Sth. near Brooklyn st.
SI&50 Lot on Williams ave.. near Broadway.
$25003 lots southeast cor. E. 17th and
Tillamook: be it buy in Irvlngton.
$265030x100. modern 7-room house. -124 E.
10th. near Gllsan.
S3 150 Corner lot. modem G-room house, ia
Irvlngton: a snap.
$3500 Modern O-room home In Irvlngton.
Better see th!j.
$400010 acres highly Improved, best of soil,
high and sightly: Mllwaukle; part of the
Henneman property: near Oregon City car.
$400033x100 and up-to-date- modern 8-roora
house and attic, close in on E. Ash.
$5000-Slghtly li -block N. E. cor. E. 11th
and E. Morrison.
$5750 U -block. E. Cth and Holladay. best
part of HolIadays Addition.
$6000-50x100. One ot the best-built mod
ern homes In Hawthorne Park.
$7750 Corner lot C75xl00) and one of the
most modern and ideal homes in Irvlngton.
The Star Farm Just east of Multnomah
Hall on Section Line Road, consisting of
40 acres. 20 acres highly Improved, an up-to-date
house with stone foundation. large
barn, and all klndu of fruits and berries.
Will sell as whole or divide.
GRINDSTAFF & SCHALK-
264 Stark Street.
TELEPHONE MAIN 302.
FOR SALE BY
Room 3, Chamber of Commerce. Tel. Ex. 20.
$41,000100x100 on comer -4th and Ankeny.
$21,00050x100 on 12th sU. near Washington.,
$ 3,000 7-room house on Flanders St., near
$500000x100 on cor. E. 0th and Broadway.
New modem S-room house.
$1700 Beautiful heme on Wasco St., Holla
4300 100x100, 0-room house. E. 12th and
$325050x100 on cor. E. 10th and Schuyler,
$300078x100. E. 20th aad Morrison; rent
$30 per month.
JS2000 .".Ox 1 IO. ti-room house. E. 13th st.
52700 7-room house. 30xl00-foot lot. Cen
$270050x100 on corner. B-room house, in
Hawthorne First Addition.
$2550 T-room house, fractional comer lot,
21st and Wilson sts.. West Side.
$2500 100x100, o-room house. E. 7th and
$3000 5Oxl50. 5-room modem house. Sacra
$2750 C-room house. 21st and Vaughn; easy
$2000 C-room house on E. lGth st.
$3350 45xS5. new modem C-room house, cor.
Rodney ave. and Hancock st.
2000 B-room house on E. 17th st.
$2500 New modem 5-room house, comer
lot. oa E. Knott and Kerby sts.
$2100 New modem 5-room house on E.
$1500100x100. 25th and Pettygrove sts.
$7250100x100 on Flanders st.
JKOOO 100x100. I4tb and TUIamoolc t.
St 000 50x100. on Schuyler, near 19th.
$1750100x100. on Tillamook st.
$1350 50x100. cor. E. 16th and Everett.
$273 to $500 for lots In Lincoln Park Annex.
$6503 nice lot?, Ecwln & Watson's Add.
$3000 10 acres east of Vernon, adjoining
$31,000 Business corner on Third at..
Fouth from Morrison. Income at low
rental, over $2000 per year.
$4,700 Good residence, 22d st.. bet.
Iloyt and Irving;. Fine neighbor
hood. Lot i.s worth It.
$.250 Lovely home and corner lot.
Stout and Salmon sL. Klns's Addi
tion. Nob Hill district.
$2,000 Seven-room house and 14 lot.
East Taylor near East Thirty
second. Sunnyside. Bargain.
$2.100 ElKht - room residence, Grover
near Kelly st. Good as new.
$l,uoo New house In Woodlawn. full
lot, easy paj'menls; modern Im
provement. A bargain.
jKt,Soo AVeft Side, corner Lincoln and
Hood sts. Rental $720
$330 Two lots. Mechanics St., 200 feet
cast of Vnlon ave.
A Iarce list of other properties for
sale at real bargain prices.
M. G. GRIFFIN
26S STARK. STREET
Opposite Chamber of Commerce.
BUY TOWN PROPERTY IN ONTARIO.
OR., the coming railroad center and me
tropolis of Eastern Oregon. Population now.
1600: estimated population in next Ave years.
10.000. Graded high school. T teachers. An
nual business now ot merchants. $2,000,000;
annual wool shipments now 3,000.000 to
i.000.000 pounds: annual stock shipments
now: Cattle. 25.000 head; horses. 15.000 head:
mutton sheep. 50.000 head. For 15 days I
oSer Uie following:
ONE EXCELLENT RESIDENCE BLOCK,
close In. $1700.
EIGHT CORNER residence lots, close
THREE GOOD residence lota. $300.
FOUR GOOD CORNER lots, near the
TWO CHOICE RESIDENCE lots, close In.
TEN GOOD residence lots, deep well. $900;.
Above prices good only until Jan. 20. 1P08.
Call on or address DON CARLOS BOTD.
Store and Basement
20x10 feet, with additional basement.
Wx40. If desired. Basement light and thor
oughly dry. Splendid location for light
manufacturing. Morrison streeL Reason
able. fSRIUHi TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
S. E. cor. 3d and Oak sts. Phone Ex. 72.
Half block on railroad track, with pri
vate switch In: only JILOCO.
COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT CO..
163t Third St., Room A.
No Better Investment in Portland
Valuable corner: pays 12 per cent net
on tho cash necessary to handle It. Price.
52 1,009; ca-y terms. .
F. FUCHS, ltSJi First.
It is now evident to every ob
server that a large city is being
built on the high tableland be
tween the Willamette and Co
The level land along the two
rivers is being rapidly covered
with mills, factories, shops,
docks, warehouses, grain eleva
tors and wholesale houses. The
high, smooth, level peninsula
that is surrounded by the great
field of industries, and suitable
for homes, retail stores, banks,
hotels, lodgings, schools, etc., is
limited when compared with the
demand that must necessarily
follow the upbuilding of the in
This peninsula is now en
circled by the Harriman system,
which includes the Union Pacific,
Southern Pacific and the Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Com
pany's lines. The Northern
Pacific, Great Northern and the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
are now entering this great sub
urb of Portland. It seems that
every enterprise of great import
ance to the Pacific Northwest is
seeking a location along this
University Park is the center
of this rapidly developing dis
trict and is growing at a wonder
ful rate. It is the seat of the
Columbia University, which is a
progressive school of higher
education and brings to its sur
roundings a cultured class. Uni
versity Park has the far-famed
Bull Run water, which comes
from above the line of vegeta
tion on Mount Hood. It has
quick street-car service to all
parts of Portland for a 5-cent
fare. It has a system of wide
boulevard, graded streets, alleys,
electric street lights, in fact,
every convenience of a large city.
We predict that real estate
values at University Park will
go from 10 per front foot to
1000 per front foot in less than
half the time that it took any
other property in Portland to
rise from $10 per front foot to
S1000 per front foot.
Prices are rapidly advancing
at University Park. Business
lots are now selling for ?10 per
front foot and residence lots for
?5 per front foot. If you desire
to get a home site or a business -location
in this rapidly deveop
ing district you should buy at
Our terms are 10 per cent
cash, balance 5 monthly on
each lot without interest if all
payments be paid on or before,
due. Every day delay means
Francis I. McKenna
University Park Station
Phone East 5875.
One of the best quarter
blocks ' on Morrison st,
Half block on 7th st.. near
center of. city; choice.
Thrcc-s,tory brick. 50x100
feet, full lot, on Front st.;
Corner lot. business prop
erty, ort Front street.
Two-stQry brick and frac
tional lot on Front sC, near
Four flats and full lot, close
In. West Side; Income 5110
Fractional lot on North Tth st.
Modern K-room house. lot
50x75 feet, on Front at.; income
550 per month.
New modern S-room house,
cost $5000. and quarter block In
Two-story brick and half
lot on Front st.
Half block, warehouse:
property, on two railroad
CCnnn Corner. Improved business
OOUUU ProPe"y. East Side.
Quarter block and brick
buildings, on Third st.
Quarter block and brick
buildings, on First st.
I have several choice pieces of business
property belonging to estates; must bo.
sold, and any reasonable offer will bo
113 Second St.
Established 16 Tears.
By Commercial Investment Co.
165 Third St., Room A.
S 4 500
S 9 000
S 2 000
S 4 500
S 6 000
$ 3 500
$ 1 000
Thlrd-3t. property, paying 14
IOOxICO feet, near Washing
ton st.. on Tth st.
100x100 feet on First St.; pay
ing over 10 per cent.
50x3)0 feet In warehouse dis
trict. Corner lot, with new S-room
house. East Side.
Business on Russell St., pay
ing 10 per cent.
Third-street property, payins
S per cent net. '
Nice home on East Side.
Nice home on Nob Hill.
Best quarter block on Alder
Half block on railroad track
In warehouse district.
Corner lot in warehouse dis
trict. East Side.
Corner on Seventh st.
Whole block on Hawthorne,
Building on Washington St.;
guaranteed income for five
years of $660 per month.
Corner on 13th St.; new
warehouses all around It:
railroad track in front of
Nice corner lot, close In, on
Good comer, on Stark St..
with brick building; paying
Corner 100x100 feet in desirable
neighborhood on West Side, with new
and modern dwelling, which cost over
$15,000 to build. Hot water heater,
tiled floors and wainscotings in two
toilets and bathroom. Furniture, in
cluding baby grand piano, included.
Do not fail to see this if you want a
Rountree & Diamond
241 Stark Street, Cor. Second
Real Estate Management
Includes innumerable details which the
ordinary man finds most irksome. Our
Takes entire charge of property, collects
rents of all kinds, and renders statements
to our clients as often as they desire. We
supervise repairs without commission on
the cost of work performed. We will take
over your real-estate problems at any
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON
S. E. cor. 3d and Oak. Phone Exchange T2.
100x100. X. W. cor. 16th and Schuyler, fin,
bultdlnjc site. $2230.
Quarter block alongside track, warehouse
Good 8-room house. lot 40x100. 13th near
Fine 2-acre tract near St. John. f23&0.
FOR KENT Storeroom In A. O. U. W.
Write for our lance farm list and acreage
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY
245 STARK ST.
JS3,0G0 100x100, with new brick improve
ment, paying 10 per cent and hav
ing a good future.
$21.000 50x100. corner lot and a sure win
ner. Burnside Street
JTa.OOO 50x100, three-story brick; If you
want the best buy on the market,
you should look this up.
THE HART LAND COMPANY.
103 Sherlock Bldg.
PARRISH, WATKIiNS & CO.
AND LOAN AGENTS.
250 ALDER STREET.
Private funds Jn amounts to suit. 11000
and upwards, on improved property, at
lowest current rates.
!Y1. G. Griffin
265 Stark St.. Opp. Chamber of Commerce.
Where Can You Beat This?
Corner, bringing good rents, only 3&
blocks from Third and Morrison sts.; only
J17.E00: easy terms.
COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT CO.,
Third St., Room A.
21 31-100 ACRES
S. E. of "Vernon, on city boundary line
and county road; good for platting; $350
per acre; street-car lines will get there
and price will more than double.
A. D. MARSHALL. Agent,
Room T, 82i4 Third St.