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THE SUNDAY OREGON IAN. PORTLAND. APRIL 26, 1908.
DRAY IS STAR
Breaks World's Record
PENNSYLVANIA WINS RELAY
.km1 Records All Along Line at
Franklin Field Tnw'k Meet.
Shnw Fqtials Record In
the Hurdle Rave.
PHILADELPHIA. April 25.-The per
formances of the hundred of athlete t
tlie annual relay races and field sports
h. 11 on Franklin Field today under the
u.pces of the University of Pcnnsyl
aiilH wrc of the highest order. One
norld'a record, that for the pole vault,
an broken by V. R." lray, of Yale, and
nother record m equaled. The Uni
r.lty of Pennsylvania won the blue rib
bon event of the meet, the one-mile relay
jace for the ohamion.hip of the tnited
States. Her only opponent wac Chicago.
Vkhn ran Pennsylvania to a sensational
The Michigan four-mile team, which
Ta (r I ven the four-mile relay event by
d fault, entered for the two-mile National
r' Uy championship and won easily. Penn
lvania was second. The Hill School, of
I'ottstown. Pa., carried off the relay
championship for preparatory schools,
and the Brooklyn M. T. School captured
the relay championship for high schools.
The one-mile chumplonshlp. won by
Pennsylvania, wa ifiybody's race from
b R-inniiiK to end. The official time was
l' ;.t 4 5. The world's record is 2:23 3-5.
Star Performance of lay.
The star performance in the field events
vas mado by Pray, Talc.s pole vaulter.
He covered the bar at 12 fet 64 inches,
breaking; byxone inch his own record" made
last year. He tried to clear 12 feet 10
inches., but was too tired to accomplish It.
In the first heat of the 120-yard hurdle
race, A. B. Shaw, of Dartmouth, equaled
the world's record of 15 1-5 seconds held
by A. O. Kraenzclin. but he had a very
tronsr wind at his back.
In the hammer-throw M. F. Horr. of
Syracuse University, threw the hammer
173 feet & inches, two inches short of the
world's record, but the throw was not al
lowed because he stepped outside the ring;.
of the eight special events, Yale and
Illinois Universities each took two firsts
and Dartmouth. Indiana University, Syra
cuse and Cornell each Captured one.
A heavy rain fell during part of the af
U rnoon. but notwithstanding the bad
veathcr about U,0 persons saw the
Summary of Results.
High Jump Millar, Indiana University,
and Thorp, Carlisle, tied for first pTace at
Shotput Won by Fuaroufchs, of Illinois
University, 44 feet 5 inches; second, Kruk
Swarthmore. 44 fret S'j inches.
Two-mile championship MichiKnn won
rnjsily, Pennsylvania second, Columbia
tJt-yard huidle Won by Shaw, ' Dart
mouth. Bobbins (Yale) second, Howe
(Yale) third. Hoffman (Cornell) fourth;
time, 0:13 2-5.
Pole vault Won by W. R. Dray, of
Yale, 12 ftet 6 inches, breaking- the
world's record of 12 feet &4 inches, held
by himself; Cook (Cornell) and Gilbert
Val) tied for second place at 12 feet li
ino-vard dssh Won by Stevens, of Yale;
"Wit ham (Pennsylvania! second. Sherman
(Dartmouth) third; time. 10 seconds.
WIIS THE MEET
DKI KATS VMVK.KS1TV OF WASJI
IM'iTO.V TRACK TEAM.
Missionaries Have Lead of Three
Points xC'opl Record for
DL-cus Made by Phllbrook.
SRATTUa Wash.. April 23. (Special.)
Whitman College defeated the University
of Washington In the annual track meet,
held on the campus yesterday afternoon,
by a score of 57 to 55. Defeated even be
fore the relay, which they figured on tak
Inp. the university athletes let that event
Blip by them also. The real feature of the
context was Thilbrook's throwing the dis
cus a distance of 1:11 feet 6 Inches, which
breaks the Pacific Coast record. His
nearest rival was Bantx. who was unable
to set the mifsile out more than 118.7 feet.
The meet was devoid of results outside
of the discus. Martin, of Whitman, was
victor in ttie broad Jump with a leap of
SI. 3 feet. Martin, of the Missionaries,
pave a classy exhibition in the 100-yard
dash, running away from Qreene and
House, of Washington. His time vas
S'-eonde. Washington took only three first
places Martin and Phllbrook, both of
"Whitman, were brilliant stars, each pull
ing down four firsts. Besides his record
for firsts in the hurdles, discus and ehot
XU't, Phllbrook got second in the high
Jump. Adding to this his breaking of a
t'osst record, the big Whitman athlete's
performance was remarkable. Martin.
Oldrlght. Barnes and Cox won the relay
from I.. Williams. Burke. Sloll and Camp
bell. This event was intensely interesting.
as usual. Washington at one time having
substantial lead. The summary;
ssn.yard run Vernon, Washington, first:
rrkrr. washlnRton. eeoud; Oldrlsht,
Whitman, third. Time. 2:07
Ort-ard daph Martin. Whitman, first:
Oreene. Washinrton. second; Rouse, Wasil
ilSton. third. Time. 0:10 3-3.
44-jard dasil Martin. Whitman, first:
llouw. Vahln(Ston. mcoiH; Tlbbal,, Wastl
Innton. i:ilrd. Tim.. 0:.W
TJO-ard hurdles rhilbrook. whitman,
first; O'Brien. Washington, eecond; Wells,
Wahinaton. third. Time. 0:17 S-5.
Mile run Coyle and Kinc. Washington,
tied for tlrst; Vernon. Washington, third.
KO-yard hurdles Martin and rhilbrook.
Whitman, tied tor flrst; Cox. Whitman,
third. Time. 0:2S I S.
IMscua-throw Phllbrook, Whitman first;
Bantx. Washington, second; Lewis. Whit
man, third, pittance, 11 feet a inches.
Pole vault Bowman. Washington, first;
Pelthouse. Whitman, second: Kerr. Wash
ington, third, llelpht. in feet 4 Inches.
High jump Poster. Whitman, first; Phil
brook. Whitman, second; t'ampbell. Wash
ington, third. Height, z feet a inches.
shot-put Phllbrook. Whitman. first;
Bants. Washington, second; Babcock. Wash
ington, third. Distance. 19 feet 2 inches.
Broad jump Martin. Whitman, first;
Williams. Washington. second: Parker.
Washington, third. Distance, 21. Ul feet.
Mil relay Won by Whitman.
BERKELEY CREW WINS RACE
Easily Aliead of Stanford, but the
Freshmen Meet Defeat.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 25. The shell
of the Cniverslty of California, pulled
through the smooth waters of Sausalito
Bay by eight men. all of them over, six
feet in height, was two and a half lengths
ahead of the shell of the Stanford crew
t the finish of the two and a half mile
race. The time waa 13 minutes. IS sec
onds. In the freshmen race over the same
course. Stanford won by fonr lengths;
The day was Ideal, the water perfect
and the crowd large.
The crews were as follows!
Stanford 'varsity Stroke. Patrick: 7.
Malone; , 'Wondrles: . Cole: 4. Hatch:
3. Vose; 2. Benson: bow. Reynolds.
Stanford freshmen Stroke, Chamber
lain: 7. Day: 6. Dole; t. Killlan: 4. Smith:
3. Little: Vlsel: bow. Acker. Turner
was coxswain for the 'varsity and Guema
for the 111 men.
California 'varsity 1. Dlgnan. '10: !.
Bail. '08: 3, Schroeder. '1: 4. E. Ashley.
'0s; t, H. Ashley. "lu; . Robertson. '10;
7. Davidson. 'OS; stroke. Witter (captain);
coxswain, McSpadden, "10.
OREGON BEATS WILLAMETTE
Poorly-Played Game End in Score
or 10 to 4 for Visitors.
SALEM. Or.. April 25. Special.) In
a same poorly played on both sides and
devoid of sensational Incidents. Univer
sity of Oregon defeated Willamette at
baseball this afternoon by a score of 10
to 4. In the first Inning Hinkle walked
four men. three of them In succession,
thus giving Willamette the only score
secured up to the sixth Inning, when
Nace made a three-base hit that brought
in Booth and Moore, and then got home
himself on a hit by Doegv. Oregon's
score was due partly to good batting, but
more to poor fielding.
The game presented a strong contrast
with that of yesterday, when Salem High
School arid the University of Oregon
played an almost perfect game of 12
Innings with a score of 3 to 2 In favor of
The batteries today Oregon. Hinkle
and Taylor; 'Willamette, Jcrman and l"n
ruh. SETS XEW .M.VTEfB. RECORD
Youth of 1 Goes 50 Yards, in 5 1-5
in Aberdeen Meet.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. April 25. (Spe
cial.) "Duff Mlllette, a local high
school lad, at a track meet this after
noon ran 50 yards In 6 1-5 seconds,
establishing a new world'a amateur
Mlllette also ran 100 yards In 10 1-5.
Ha la 1$ years old and weighs about
110 pounds. Three stop watches were
held on Mlllette when he made his
THE DAY'S HORSE RACES
OAKLAND, Cal., April 25. Results of
Futurity course Elmdale won. James A.
Murray second. Seven Full third; time,
Five furlongs Ocean Queen won. Frlexe
second. Aaks-Arh-Ben third; time, 1:00 4-5.
Mile and 70 yards Elevation won, Ralph
Young second, John Lyle third; time,
Mile and a sixteenth Cabin won. Frank
FlHttner second, Down Patrick third; time,
Mile and 70 yards Legatee won, Vinton
second. Gduardo third; time, 1:44 4-5.
Futurity course Cajiardo won, Lee Har
rison H second, Entra Nous third; time,
LEXINGTON. Ky.. April 25.-Results:
Four furlongs Maid of Gotham won.
Fair Messenger second. Charlotte Hamil
ton third. Time. :S1 3-5.
Six furlongs Dark Night won. Snake
Mary second, Mae Conria third. Time,
Six furlongs Divorcee won. Beth Good
win second, Ralbert third. Time. 1:15 1-5.
One mile Mortiboy won. Lotus Eater
second. Macias third. Time, 1:47.
Four and one-half furlongs Transform
won. Camel second. Von Buelow third.
Time, :5S 4-5.
One mile Bucket Brigade won, Lafa
yette second, Thomas Calhoun third.
AQUEDUCT, N. Y.. April 25. Results:
Four and one-half furlongs Bonnie
Kelsee won, Thetis second. Ramble
third. Time. :04 4-5.
The Glendale Steeplechase handicap
about 2H miles Rocket won. Economy
second. Jim McGill third. Time. 5:18.
Mile Import won. Tea Cress second,
Killiecrankie third. Time. 1:41 1-3.
Mile Jack Atkin won. Rifleman second,
Spooner third. Time. 1:35.
Six and one-half furlongs Sadler won,
Frank Lord second. Obert third. Time,
Four and one-half furlongs J. H. Reed
won. Trois Temp second1. El Oro third.
Time, :56 4-5.
FIGHTS ROBBER IN CELL
Farmer Beats Man Who Stole $720
Accidentally placed In the feame cell
with the farmer he had garrotted and
robbed of $720. Finis Brown, alias
Bonaparte, alia Hunter, an ex-convict,
nearly met his "finis" yesterday after
noon in the City Jail at the rands of
the sturdy rustic who immo liataly rec
ognized Brown as the thug who had
lobbed him. Seiainsr Brown, Miller im
mediately proceeded to pound the iron
furniture of the coll with the thug's
"You are the man who robbed me."
ci led Miller, as soon ae he flapped
eyes on Brown. Here's where we'll
even up our pcore. you'll never live
to have a court oeal with you. I in
tend to break you into little pieces." 4
Cries of prisoners in the adjoining
cells brougrht the jailor hurriedly back
to the scene. .That nummary jtistiee
would have been inflicted on the rob
ber seems certain for the rustic is a
larger man and his blood boiled with
uncontrolled indignation. The jcilor
rira ft fred Brown rom the grasp of the
infuriated Miller fend rushed him to a
cell in another pa of tho jail.
Miller, who lives in Cnampoeg. Or
is being detained cs a witness a era Inst
Brown and . the latter's campanion,
Smith, who are accused of the rob
bery. The money taken from Miller
lepresented the proceeds of the sale of
his farm near Chnmpoeg. He had ?ime
to this city to make the sain, and after
haing received his money had been
ribbed in a saloon at Front and Clay
Brown, who was arrested in Vancou
ver, Wash., was 1 rought back to this
city yesterday afternoon by Captain
DAILY MKTEOROLOGICAI- KEPOBT.
FORTLANT. April 2S. Maximum tem;era
turo 60 degree; minimum. 40 dffree. River
readinur at 8 A. M.. 11.4 feet: change In U-t
34 hours, rise 1? feet. Total ratnfail ib P. M.
to 5 P- M - Jione; total rainfall since Sep
tember 1 lfi M.W inches: normal rainfalL
89 37 inch: dvfleiency. 6.SO inches. Total
sunshine April 24. 9 hours, 12 minute; pos
sible aunshlne. 14 hours. Barometer re
duoca to se-level. at 5 P. M.. 30.30 inches.
The high area overlying the North Pmcjflc
FtHtr-s remains practlcaly stationary and clear
skies prevail this evening over the Pacific
Slope and plateau refrton. eEceptlnr along;
the Strait of Fuoa. wlisre cloudiness is re
ported. The storm noted over tre Upper
Mississippi Valley this morning is appar
entlv moving rapidly eastward and the. press
ure "la riMns over Montana and tre Dakota.
LUrht rainfall occurred during the day In
Western Montasa and in North Dakota. In
tbs latter state rain as still falling at time
of observation this evening. Temperature
were lusher is Washington, Oregon and Call-
5TH AND MORRISON STS
- J ti r"A.
kin. Otis F., and Mabel, osteopaths, formfvly
Maoiea.v b:dg. thuon A 4TW. Main a2L7.
Cavii.vgu. win.. 1... dentist, formerly Co
lumbia & Buchinan.bltigi. ilaln A olSV.
Chiistensen. C, opu- ian and jeweler, formsxly
with fiutterneid lirvs. Office 413. Mala 8164.
Chance. Artnur W., Dr., Gmti, formerr
Dekuoi b.dg. Ufl.ces blO-li. Main lu&6.
Coffey, R. c.. Dr., physician and surgeon,
offics 1017. Phons Main 449.
Conroy, n. J., Dr., physician and surgeon, of
ncea 90&-9. Main 61.19. A 6139.
Cor belt Estate of 11. V., Hubert H. Strong,
marviger. phons Main &16. a oOl.
CroMliiy Co., Tbe. real estate, formerly Mc
Kay bid. Offices 7t-9. Main 706. A 6722.
Dieck. RobU G., civil engineer, forinarly M
taawk bldg. Phone A Hib.
Duiur St Dufur, public siaograpbera Pbons
Main 30U4 A fritt.
Falls City Lumber Co., formerly Mohawk
bllg., V. 6. Belcfaer. Main 6&T8 A 197&.
Gales, Gertrude L.urd, Dr., ostovn, former
ly MaWcy bldg. Main 183 A 4706.
Goudey 4c Wood. boiiJe, (urmerly Buchanaa
bldg. Main 3472, A 3472.
Hogf le, H. VV., Dr., phywlclan and surgeon,
formerly Macleay bldg. Mala 4ul4, A 6230.
Jefferdi, Henry C, Dr., physician and sur
geon, formerly Dekum b:ljf. Main 463 A 1463
Jones Trevs. Dr., dentist, formerly Buchanan
bldg. Offices 101 1-12. Main 4014. A 6333.
Kekey, Frank C, civil engineer, formerly Co
lumbia blag. Main &U6.
King, J. C. Elliott, Dr., physician, formerly
Mohawk bldg. Main 226o.
Kyne, i. F., Mrs., formerly Russel tbldg.
A 3967. Residence C 1977.
Labbe, Edmund J., Dr., physician and sur
geon, formerly Lab Us bldg. Main 460, A 1460
Itnt, Geo. P., attorney, formerly aUi Mor
rison st. Offlcs 419. Main 4b3. A 1663.
Locke Jb Gullets, Drs.. offices 819-a20-&21.
Phones Main 741, A 2741.
Mackenzie, K. A. J., Dr., physician and sur
geon, formerly Dekum. Main 267. A 1267.
Manlon, Kabherine C, Dr., formerly Hamil
ton bldg. Phone Main 2811.
Mm son. Ralph C. and Ray YV.. Drs., former
ly Marquam bldg. Main 767.
Metscban. K. L., Dr., dentist, formerly Mar
quam bldg. Phone Main T46.
NICHOLS, A. C. L.-i H. S.. physicians,
urgeons, formerly Dekum. Main 2ut, A 12 j6-
OreguB Life Insurance Company, L. &amul
General Mgr. Phone Main 6385. A 6002.
Oregon Railway & Navigation Co., surgeon's
offices, 'J08-1U. Main 267, A 1267.
Otlfc Elevator Company, formerly Kenton
bldg. Offices 601-2. Phone Main 6040.
Peters, Geo. D-, Dr., dentist, formerly Co
lumbia bldg. Office 1021. Phone Main 767.
Petzel. A. F., Dr., dentist, formerly Dekum
bldg. Main 463. A 1463.
Pierce, EL A., Dr., physician, offices 1007-1003.
Phones Main 2544. A 5930.
Polivka se Co., tailors, formerly 249 Morri
son. Phone Main 73L
Taylor, Frank M., Dr., physician and sur
geon, formerly Dekum bldg. Main 267. A 1267
tpton. Jay 11. & Latourette, H. T., attorney,
formerly S wetland bldg. Offices 626-7. Main
699. A 1869.
Veazis Se. Ve&zle, attorneys, formerly Cham
ber of Commerce bldg. Main 11. A 5442.
Wi liniMD & McXary, physicians, formerly
Marquam bids. Main 449.
Taqulna Bay Co., The, formerly Mdbawk
bldg.. W. F. Stine. Meln 667S, A 1978.
Zan. J as. C, Dr.. physician and surgeon,
formerly Marquam blrtsr. Main MO.
fornla. and lower over Nevada, trtah and: in
The Indications are for fair and warmer
weather Sunday throughout this entire dis
trict. PACIFIC COAST WTSATHER.
' Observations taken at 5 P. M., Pacific time.
K am loops
6H!0.00 6 XW
4 0.O1 12V
64 O.Ut'j 8 XW
70 0 0012iNW
4: T. 14 V
56 0.U01 S W
54 0.(M"i X
Pt. cloud v
52 0.00 12 NE
For the 28 hourw ending midnight April 2f.:
1'ortland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
Weetern Oregon and Wertem Washington
Fair and warmer; northwest winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Wa sh ington and
Idaho Fair and warmer. L. LODHOLZ.
Amine D!tr1t Foreoater.
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Horriaoa Sl Ov. FsatolXIcc .
Park and Alder Street
Batrd. A. W.. phjrictma aad mr.o Bult
til'3-. Mla 1IC19. A 1"9
Brber. Or. S. J.. fTfnttftt Formerly Vi
Ly bltls. Phone Main 1409. A 140
rtrr and lotintr Medlntt Society,
ffehrr. Dr. H. B.. dentist Formerly Colum
bla bldg. Phone. Main 4311. A 1340
Frenen, Dr. C. Gertrude, phjuftctaa Form
erly Dekum bldg. Main 714. A 4817.
Hiirke. Dr. C. E., phrsiebin and amgeon
Formerly Oregon, bldg. Main 1512. A S4IU.
Rlmtel. Dr. Edw., dentist Main 140a. A 1409
lioemer. Dr. ( . I,. Farker. lrr. H. o. Suit
.-.09-10. Main A lSi.
Hyde. Dr. Leon Wlllet. physician and snr-
Jtroa Practice limited to genlto-uiinaty
dlFeases Formerly Fleldnsr bldg. Main
265. A IMS.
Larkia. Ir. ieo dentist Formerly Ablcg-
ton bldg. Phones Main STS. A 2744.
Loom I.. Dr. Bryoa E dentist Formerly
Oregonlan bldg. Phone A 3318.
Kelson, Dr. D.. physician and surgeon For
merly Flledner bid;. Main 4311; A 1340.
Perkins, Dr. T. L.. dentist Formerly Rus
sel bldg. Suit 407-8. Main 1512. A S404.
Rigirs. Dr. t. o.. dentist Main 1400. A 140.
Ro-rndorf, Dr. Max. physician and akin spe
cliklist. formerly Berlin. Germany of
fice. 315-310. Phone Main 6060.
Tlmnis. r. Kdna O., physician Formerly
Marquam bldg. Phones Main 714. A 4017
Walgamot. In-. F. H-, dentist Formerly
Hamilton bldg. Phone Main nao.
Watson, Dr. Alfred dentist Formerly
Ablngton bldg. Phones Main 57, A 2744.
Yenney. Ir. R. C.. physician and surgeon
Formerly Marquam bldg. Main 875, A 4S7S
Young. Dr. J. Q., dentist Suit 4117
Phons Main &81S.
Zlcgler, Amelia and Fred J., physicians and
sunreons Phones Main H92. A 4vH.l
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hawthorne: lodge, no hi,
A. F. and A. M. Special com
munication this Sunday at 1:30
P. M.. at the new Masonic Tem
ple. West Park and Yamhill sts.,
to attend the funeral of mir 1st a
brother. C. A. Cogswell. Service will be
held at the Crematorium. Visiting brethren
requested to attend. By order of the W. M.
C. E. MILLER. Secretary.
OREGON ASSEMBLY. NO. 1. UNITED
ARTISANS The funeral of ulster Mary
DautofT will be held today Sunday) from
residence. VS2 Gibbs St., at 10 A. M. The
members are requested to sttend.
E. E. VAN AL5T1XE.
C. "SV. GANZFHuTLLER. Secretary.
Master Artisan. 1
UNITED ARTISANS Members of Oregon
Awwmbly No. 1 are hereby notified that the
funeral of Sister Jennie Napier will be held
from Finiey's undertaking parlors today (Sun
day), at 4 P. M. Tour prwnce is n-qusted.
E. E. -VAN ALSTINE,
C. W. GANZFMILLER. Secretary.
CHINOOK TRIBE. NO. 5, IMPROVED OR
PBR RED MEN. meets every Thursday sleep
at 208 Va Third street. Auditorium Hall.
A. J. OSBUKN, C. of R.
T.EW vl'ALLA(E COfRT. NO. 7, TRTBT9
FEN Hl'R. will give whist social in their
hall. Setllng-Hirsrh Building. Tenth and
Washington. Tuesday evening. April 28. Ad
mission IT cent. A general invitation is ex
tended. By order of COMMITTEE.
MT. HOOD CIRCLE, "WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT. Invites you to attend Its next Nvhist
and dnce. in the EastSlde W. O. W. Hall.
Tuesday evening. Eiegrant prises. Orchestra
for dancing. Refreshments.
ASTRA CIRCLE FIELD TEAM will give
a dance Thursday. April 30. In tb W. O.
YV bldg.. J 2 11th st. Good music. Admis
sion 2ic. COMMITTEE.
PORTLAND HOMESTEAD. 916. B. A. Y..
meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the Western Academy of Music Halt 2d
and Morrison sts. Visiting members welcome-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A social dance
will be given by the I van hoe Social dhib.
Tuesday. April 28. in K. p. Hall. 11th and
Alder sts. Invitations may be secured from
members. Admission, gentlemen, 5oc; ladies.
ALL MEMBERS OF SCHILLER LODGE.
NO. 3, ORDER SONS OF HERMANN, are
requested to a;tnd the funeral of our late
brother, E. BwSwilI. st Sell wood, today (Sun
day), at 3 o'clock P. M. Member will assem
ble at lodge hail. Grand ave. and East Wash
ington st.. at 2 o'clock. All members of or
dr are Invited.
GEO. LAUTENSCHLAEGKR, Pres.
, E. WOLFF, Sec
EPPTNG At IT EsM0th St.. April 18, to
the wife of J. E. Epptr.g. a daughter.
BROWN April tS. st the family residence.
H". East Tenth North. Da rid t. Brown.
44 42 years. F'unerat notwe .ater.
BLVM At 54 Lake street. April . Jacob
Blum, sged T4 years. 10 rcontiis sad i-
dars. Funeral notice later.
Bt" DWELL ApMl ?4. at the famtlv resi
dence. 1T7& East Fifteenth St.. Seilwood.
Kd ward Budvell. aged ii years. & months,
member of Sons of Hermann. No. 3. and
the Sellwood Lodge. No. :. M. IV A.
Friend are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services, which will be held
at the above residence at I P. M. today
t Sunday. April :4. Interment Mllwaukle
COGSWELL In this city, April 24. Charles
A. Cogswell, aged 4 years. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to
attend the funeral, which will be held at
the For land Crematorium today l Sun
day) at 2 P. M. These desiring to view
the bodv mar call at the family residence.
431 Holladay ave.. until 12 o'clock.
WILLIAMS At Dallas. Or.. April ?5.
Arthur Williams, aged SO years. 7 m-bnths.
Funeral services will be held at Holman s
chapel, comer Third and Salmon sts.. at
2 P. M. today Sunday i. Interment River
NAPIER Thsj funeral services of Jennie
Napier will be held at Flnley'a chapel at
2 P. M. today (Punday). Friends Invited.
Interment at Mountain View Cemetery,
DAVTOFF In this city. April 14. Mm.
Mary DautofT. aged 54 years. Funeral
from residence; So' Gibbs St.. at 10 A. M.
today (Sunday). Please omit flowers.
. EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Funeral Direct
ears, ttO 3d sr. Lady atMdstant. Pheae M. 507.
J. r. FTNLET BON. vssrl Directs re,
TUN and Mediae. Pa Mala A !.
DsBBtng, McEatee m Gllbaagfe, Pwansl I4
rectars. Itb Plae, Pneaa M.4M. Lady ass.
ER1CHON CNDERTAKJNO CO.r-40 Aides
et. Lady asaietaas. Pboae Mala flaS.
XELLER-BTRNE9 CO.. Funeral Dlreet
re, SIS Russell. East IMS. Lady aseietaat.
V. , DUN NINO. Undertaker. 414
AJdev. Ladr aaakwtaat- Psieae East gJ.
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Auction and Commission House
173-175 Second, Cor. Yamhi 1
Monday, 10 A. M.
Monday, April 27. we will ottr fnr sale
a fine assortment of furniture, consist
ing of parlor and library furniture; also
fine dining-room effects, bedroom, kitchen
and offire furniture. The choicest rooking
and heating stoves; one well-toned taible
piano with good case, three splendid or
gans, two mandolins, guitar, three stand
ard typewriters, pillows, quilts, pictures,
dishes, books, trunks and other house
J. T. WIUSON, Auctioneer.
At Our Salesrooms, We Will Of
fer an Extra Fine Assortment
of High-Grade Furniture
CONSISTING of MAHOGANY PARUOR
KUTUNITURE, such as large rocker, up
holstered in leather; divana and settees,
upholstered In raw silk; inlaid center
table; larsre PLATFORM ROCKER. UP
HOLSTERED IN LEATHER: very fine
ROUND GOLDEN OAK EXTENSION
TABLE, with buffett and leather-seated
chairs en suite: also BIRDSEYE maple
DRESSERS and COMMODES, rockers,
xhairs, kitchen cabinet, steel range and
. J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Friday, May 1st
Special Sale at 10 A. M. at Our
Salesrooms, 173-5 Second St.
WE WILL sell FANCY AND STAPLE
LOT of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
MIXED LINE OF NOTIONS. DRY
GOODS, etc.. SHOES. PAINTS OILS,
HARDWARE. CROCKERY. TINWARE.
COMPUTING SCALES, SHOWCASES
and COFFEE MILLS.
Kindly note That we pay CASH for
furniture; that we have a LARGE, as
sortment of furniture on hand at all
times; that we sell furniture privately
every day of the week. Both phones
Main 1626: A 4243.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Siletz Indian lands
Pe ACRES at mouth of Salmon River,
port tide and part rolling;. $1000.
80 ACRES above Salmon River Bridge,
30 acres bottom, balance rolling,
for 1 1000.
so ACRES nt mouth of Salmon River,
all rolling land, for $1000.
8 ACRES Ht mouth of Drift Creek on
Siletz Bay. All bottom land. $2)00.
80 ACRES of second-growth timber on
" Schooner Creek at Siletz Bay, $1000.
SO ACRES at upper end of Devils Lake,
80 ACRES at Rock Creek, Upper Farm,
High bottom, $800.
ISO ACRES of rolling land at Devils
Lake. Good grazing land, at $1760.
80 ACRES of river bottom land 'about
V miles from mouth. Over half
bottom land, for $1200.
SO ACRES adjoining above, same
amount of bottom, for $S00.
SO ACRES Just below Bulls Back. Most
all bottom land, for $500.
13V4 ACRES near mouth of river at $50
per acre. All bottom land. Some
80 ACRES lying just back of the above
tract. About half bottom, $1200.
SO ACRES about miles from mouth of
river, about half bottom, $800.
SO ACRES rolling land on. ocean front
age for $S00. Good sheep range.
Any of the above tracts are worth
from two to five times the amount
asked. Call or answer Monday,
OS Corbett Bids;. .. ..
MAIN 55o: A ia.
Our Time Is Up!
Tt:e Hotel TVrklns and other eon
rl soods on the dok mit jro this
week at any price. That's our order.
This la your last chance at the
BIG DOCK AUCTIONS
Black Walnut and Other j
"Tomorrow at 10 A. M. thta ffreat ttale
will ataxt. at the corner of Front and
Salmon ;s. There are thousands of dol
lara' worth of goods. Furniture of every
description, fine select piece: also the
ordinary kind; In fact, from the cheavest
to-the beat in bedroom suite, steel rannea.
carpets, couche. wardrobes, chairs, rock
ers, extension tables, sideboards, buffets,
parlor suits, bedding, pictures, uphol
stered pieoes. refrigerators, dreers and
commodes, etc There are not only single
Items, but doiens of each kind. So. mer
chants, ptea-ie take notice: This is the
greatest FORCED At'CriON that
PORTLAND HAS EVER KNOWN. Some
one Is sure to get Ft'RNITL'RE FOR A
WNG. Onry two sales: Monday. 10 A.
M. ; Friday. 10 A. M.. at the dock, corner
Front and Salmon sts.
C. U FORD, Auctioneer.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION CO.
211 FIRST STREET
will tiold their auction sales on
WEDNESDAY. 10 A. M.
THURSDAY, 10 A. M.
AND FRIDAY. 2 P. M.
211 FIRST ST.
Our record proves to you we- always
have a splendid assortment of choice
goods at 211 First st. to select from. Here
you can always tind what you want, from
the most select furniture to the ordinary
kind. So why pay more when you have
this privilege? if you can't save HALF
THE Rtil LAR PRICE HERE, then go
buy on the installment plan. We only
ask you to come and find out that don't
cost you anything at the
PORTLAND AUCTION CO..
Horses, Vehicles and Harness
at the Dexter Stables
45 FOURTH ST., COR. ANKEXT.
Tuesday Next at 10 A. M.
Pair brown mares. 9 years. 3000 lbs. and
tiarness:' pair bay mareo. 9 years, -i0.
and harness: one matched black team:
3 single horses: 3 saddle ponies, and many
more entered too late to specify for this
saie. Pereheron staJMon. pedigreed. 5
years old. 1800 lbs.: one track truck, rubber-tired
buggies, hacks, etc., etc. All to
be sold without reserve. 10 A. M., sharp,
rain or shine, at 45 4th St., Tuesday next.
10 A. M.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION CO.
C. FORD. Auctioneer.
Auction sale of some fine pieces of
household furniture In quartered oak.
Brass beds, velvet and Brussels carpets,
Axmlnster rugs, etc., removed from a
doctor's residence' for positive sale to
BAKER'S AUCTION HOUSE, AT 152
PARK ST.. BETWEEN ALDER
AND MORRISON ST&
ON TUESDAY NEXT
Comprising spring-edge box couch. 3
piece parlor suite in silk tapestry, morris
chairs in genuine Spanish leather, highly
polished oak rockers, velvet carpets, good
quality Axmlnster rugs, 9x12: hall tre
center tables, rattan arm chairs, very
fine quartered oak round table, extends
6 ft.; set. of box-seat dinnlngchalrs. side
board to match (.bought of Breeden). din
ner set. costly davenport, massive brass
beds, colonial designs ; metallic beds of
pretty styles, pure silk floss and other
mattresses, feather beds and pillows,
handsome quarter-oak princess and other
dressers, washstands and chiffoniers,
dressing tables n suite, cook stoves, heat
ing stoves, refrigerator, kitchen cabinets,
brass electric fixtures and other effects;
also lady's whel, Wrhite sewing machine.
The above Is a clean lot and of good
quality. On view tomorrow. Auction on
Tuesday next at 10 A. M.. by
BAKER A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
By various housekeepers sending their
several consignments of surplus household
goods and furniture to Baker's Auction
House for positive sale 13 commence at
10 A. M. Young people furnishing will
enjoy -the saving of money by attending
GEO. BAKER & SON,
S.L.N. GILM AN
411 WASHINGTON STREET.
Auction Sales Every Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday at 10
o'Clock A. M.
Household Furniture. Etc.
N. B. Cash paid for furniture. Main
5473: A 4750.
S. I N. GIL.MAX. Auctioneer.
FOR A HOME
We have a fine "-room bouse: all
modern: just completed; in Overlook,
one of the finest additions in the city.
All improvements are in; building re
strictions compel all houses to be good;
lots are ."OxlOu and on carline. Price
of this place is J3750. and easy terms.
-ROOM OOTTACiR. all modern con
veniences: grood brick basement:
lot 100x100: yard full of roses. This
is a beautiful little home, located
on Kast Stark st. Price, (2500. Can
(rive sjood terms.
8-ROOM HOlE on K. 7th and Everett:
lot 50x1 0. If you are looking for a
Kood investment, this is it. Price.
$3750. Small payment down, bal
ance J33 monthly payments.
Jordan & Garbade
332 Vashlnartoa Street.
Fine corner. 6Cxl00. on Broadway and
22nd st. Choice section of Irvington: 8
room, modern house; all conveniences; 2
107-S Sherlock BulMinc,
4(4 K. Alder at.
If yon cannot buy a block on Wash
ington street, buy a lot In
IT WILL DOUBLE IN VALUE
If 'on are looking for larsxr in
vestments, read this list:
One whole block of waterfront prop
erty in tbe heart of the city.
A corner. 100x100, on Washington
street, for $30,000. Tbe finest apartment-house
site in the city.
A corner lot near the Portland Ho
tel for $10,000 cash; balance long
time at 6 per cent.
Corner lot in North Portlaud. well
improved, with good incofne, iHO.OOO.
. Quarter block on principal street ;
a fine speculative buy $3'J,oOO.
Three acres for manufacturing;
plant, with trackage facilities $7o00.
Twenty acres, tine, for subdivision,
between two carlines $,"00 an acre.
Choice acre and half-acre tracts,
adjoining the Country Club $(m0 to
Two acres on Mount Tabor, with
magnificent view $3500,
10 acres near Country Club, $10,000.
A beautiful home only a fhort dis
tance out on Hawthorne ave. $7000.
First mortgape on improved prop
erty at 7 per cent.
Quarter "block in East Side ware
house district, with trackage $15,000.
A client wants a warehouse. Good
income on $."K).000 investment.
Two houses in Nob Hill district, 9
rooms; rent for $100 a month
Four houses on corner lot in North
Portland warehouse district, $8000.
Income $60 a month.
Two best vacant lots on Willamette
Heights, 100x100 $3,500.
Chamber of Commerce.
LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES
15 In h'Sh state of cultiva
te AlltU tion. fine orchard, Z mile
out. 7000.00. Term".
IK arOtTC If under cultivation; 100
CV AlIVU trees. 3 apd ft years old.
standard varieties: 4 miles out. New
7-room frame house: some personal
property 9000.00. Terms.
Q AfRFQ under hlg-h state of
J7 ntixto cultivation: acres in J"-yesr-old
standard orchard: 2' acres in
nlfalfa; grood buildings. Can be sub
divided; can take 32&00.00 off this
place the first year. 5000 cash, bal
ance any old time at 7 per cent.
AO amiTC 14 acres in standard -. 4.
t3 ntilXGO an(j iii-year-old orchard,
balance easily cultivated; A-l finest
kind of soil, nc wftste; g-ood building's.
Only 825)1.25 PKR At'RB; H cash.
The above arc hII rigiit In the heart
of this beautiful Valley and are ajoal
l?fl mi75 4 miles out on the East
liV AViAU side: small orchard; ft
room house; 3 springs. Price 86500
1fl ArDtrC 9 mn out on the Kast
10U AVAU side, all first-class orch
ard land, unimproved but easily cleared.
Suitable to cut up In small tracts. A
snap for some one for K4SOO.OO.
Kasy terms on either of the above.
We have personally appraised all of
the above and know whereof we speak
In saying; they are (rood buys.
DEVLIN S FIREBAUGH
SOgVMI wetland nnllrilon.
Stark - St. Property
We have for-sale a full lot. 30x100 feet,
on the aoutheast corner of llth and Stark
streets. Ti.e new streetcar line pa see ft
directly in front of this property. It i
very centrally located and bound to In
crease in value. There is at present some
income from the property. or price a.nd
terms inquire of
Charles K. Henry 6 Son
230 Stark St..
SEE US ABOUT THIS
2- room house, lot 45x90 550
3 - room house, lot 100x140 700
6-room house. lot 45x110 800
6 -room house, lot 40x100 1550
TjOts 45xlt. on car line. 5c fare, '2a
minutes to First and Washington, $10
down and (10 a month: will build a
house to suit oa very ea.y terms.
Stevenson 6 Taylor
311 Buchanan Bldg.
Invest on the Peninsula,
Where the Prices Will
Enhance Greater Than
Any Other Spot.
Modem, handsome 7-rooin Quee
Anne, corner lot, on patton avenue.
The best buy in the city; $2500; easy
terms. The Dunn-Lawrence Co.
24S AIDF,R TRKl5T.
East Tenth Street
Lot 50x100 and Ji-room house, being;
Nd. 124 East 10th st. N. This property
is in fine condition and is a bargain.
MALI. VO BORSTEI,,
104 2d at. and .t!2 K. Rurnalde at.
60x100 on 'Jd st..
X 4f ,UUU bet. Madison and
334 Chamber ( Commerce.