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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND. MAY 3. 1908.
Awarding of Special Prizes
Marks Its Close.
CALIFORNIAN WINS FIRST
Hayes' Bulldog Endcliife Advance
Judged Best -Dog in Show Wat
kins' Bull Terrier Willamette
Starlight the Best Female.
A. IT. Hayes, Jr.. of San Francisco,
Oal., with his champion bulldog entry,
KndclilTe Advance, carried oft the hon
ors for having: tho best dog at the
Portland Kennel Club's bench show,
which came to a successful close last
night, and was presented with the
President W. M. Davis cup. the trophy
for which eight of the prize-winning
dogs of the show competed.
When Judge Georgo S. Thomas ad
vanced to the center of the judging
ring for the purpose of selecting the
best dog In the show he was met with
a splendid array of talent, and it re
quired all his knowledge of the fine
points of the canine species to pick
the bpst animal. In addition to Hayes'
Kndcliffe Advance, that exhibitor pre
sented his bull bitch St. Queenle, and
the following entries were also lined
up for the judge's decision: Frank E.
AVatkins' white bull terrier Willamette
Starlight; W. B. Fechheimer's fox ter
rier Champion Multnomah Blue; P. B.
Stewart s Airedale Matlock Bob; K. N.
Stevens' cocker spaniel Brownland
Babbie; Thomas Sv Griffith's collie Glen
Tana Squire, and H. M. Pabst's pointer
Judge Thomas went over the points
of each dog carefully and finally de
cided that Hayes" bulldog was the win
ner. The spectators approved of ills
choice, and the San Francisco exhibitor
received a hearty demonstration of ap
plause as he led his entry from the
Immediately after awarding this prize
Frank 11 Watkins' white bull terrier was
declared to be the best doff of opposite
sex to the winner in the show andvre
ceived the J. O. Hoyt cup offered for that
cvept. Mr. Watkins' handsome entry was
the center of an admiring throng as he
proudly led the handsome bitch from the
ring. Judge Thomas afterwards said that
in his opinion Willamette Starlight is one
of the very best white terriers In the
United States, and as he has had occasion
to judge a number of them in the East
where they are commoner than in Port
land, the Portland dog, now about one
year old, is likely to prove a National
After the judging of these two awards
tho balance of the programme was taken
up in the presenting of the cups to the
winners of the different classes, and the
large percentage of tine big crowd present
crowded about the ring to watch the
awarding of the cups by President Davis.
Kighty-one cups were presented to the
owners of winners and this matter con
sumed considerable time.
Judge Thomas will remain in Portland
until Tuesday, when he will visit Seattle
for a short stay before going to Van
couver, B. C, where ho Us scheduled to
judge a bench show. May 13 he will Judge
the bench show at Hackensack, N. J.,
nd on May 17, the show at Philadelphia.
The remarkable feature of the show Just
closed is the fact that not one of Judge
Thomas' decisions was questioned,
which indicates that he is a highly effi
cient referee on matters pertaining to the
OLDEST NEWSPAPER QUITS
I'ckin tiactte, Started in 911, Sus
Toronto Mail and Empire.
It is reported from China that the old
est newspaper in the world, the Pekin
Gazette, is about to suspend publication.
The first number appeared In A. D. 911.
end since 1351, more than a century before
tho discovery of .America, it has appeared
regularly every week.
The Pekin Gazette has published a daily
budget of the imperial court news and
has been a repository of edicts from the
throne, memorials from Provincial Gov
ernors ajid reports from Chinese offlcialis.
It would be wrong to infer that its con
sents were always dry. Frequently the
Gazette has contained news of great In
terest to the world and information Illu
minating one phase or another of Chinese
character or. the governmental regime.
Perhaps we read one day that not only
the soldier who had stolen 30 boxes of
bullets had been severely punished, but
the officer whose duty it was to inspect
the stores and see that they were Intact
was condemned to 80 blows and dismissed
from the service. This showed the grave
responsibility Imposed upon Chinese of
ficials. It was Li Hung Chang who reported
that the officials along the Yung-ting
River had risked their lives in their ef
forts to prevent it from inundating the
surrounding country, and in the same re
port he recommended that though they
tried to do what was beyond the power of
man they should be stripped of their
buttons or deprived of their rank because
they failed to avert the flood.
We learned from the Gazette that the
explanation of moral maxims to the peo
ple was a favorite prescription for
amending their shortcomings. One day a
memorial in the paper said that as the
inhabitants of one of the provinces were
turbulent competent persons had been ap
pointed to explain to them the maxims of
the sacred edicts with the hope of improv
ing their character.
A few years ago a report In the Gazette
from the "Governor of Yunnan said that
In some pf the country districts the vil
lagers had a horrible custom of burning
to death any man caught stealing corn
or fruit in the fields. Then followed de
tailed accounts of some of these events.
The files of the venerable paper are
among the curiosities of typography.
During a part of the ISth century It was
printed in the imperial palace from mov
able copper type, and in the last 80 years
from movable type carved out of wood.
The Chinese government will now sup
plant the publication by the Government
Gazette, which will be much larger and
conducted along more modern lines. It
will be the official government organ.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Salem Flouring Mills Co. to Bozena
Mallmanek. lot 3. block 8, City
View Park Addition 23
K. V. Butts and wile to George A.
Dyon, lots 15. 16. 17. IS. block 3,
Tolnt View 1 $00
Forent M. Ayers and wife to Hazel
V. King, lot 22. block 4. Stewart
It. H. Putin and wife to Oliver O.
Walling, lots 3. 6, block 12. Fox
chase Addition 600
Title Guarantee A Trust Co. to Hal
vor H. Raech. lot 20. block 4. Til
ton's Addition 510
Kmma C. "Warren to Matt Michel,
lot 4. 5. block 3 Walts Cloverdale
B. M. l.onibard and wife to Casper
Von Bericen et al. lots 1, 2, Mock
in. Railway Addition to Montavllla 223
Charles L. Norton and wife to Rose
A. (iaus, lot 4. block 8. Multnomah 1.950
Benjamin Fallows and wife to Rus
sellvllle 'Grange. No. .15K. Patrons
of Husbandry, lots 1. 2. 3, 4. block
1. Eatit Mount Tabor 20
w:p. dhttWe.-.SaoCli M hi.K nib
D. B. MeBride and wife to Jacob H.
Emmet et al. lot 13. block 28. AI
blna Homestead: 762
M. N. Hitchcock and wife to Mary L.
Arnsplger, lota 17, 20, block 2,
F. H. Freund to Charles Reinhelmer,
lot 17, block 0, Avondale 1
Charles Conroy and. wife to Carl
Stein, lot 1, block 2J0. Couch Ad
The Joseph A. Strowbrldge Estate
Co. to Fredericks Hornshuh. lot 6.
block 8. 6trowbrldge Addition 600
The Joseph A. Strowbrldgo Estate
Co. to William Hornshuh. lot 6.
block 3. Strowbrldge Addition 500
M. W. Hunt et al to J. J. -Tfawes. lots
2. 3. block B." Crown court 8.200
R- McLeod and wife to James Mc-
Klttrick. lots 6. 6. 7, block 9.
Cloverdale Extension 1.600
W. M. Davis to D. L,. Cappa et al,
lot 10 and north half of lot .
block 6. Falling Addition 1
Harriet Lee to W. C. Nicholas, lot
20. block 8. Bralnard - 1
Ida Muhm to Henry M. Hance and
wife, lot 13. block "F." Portsmouth .
Villa Ext 1.800
Portland Trust Company of Oregon to
Hans Aas. lot 13, block "F," Ports
mouth Villa Extension Uo correct
William M. Ladd and wife to M. Gll-
man. north of lot 5. block "N."
Tabor Heights 1
H. I Stephenson, trustee, to John A.
Flcke, undivided of lots 1, 2. block
15. subdivision of River View Ad
dition .' 1
I. H. Gove and wife to F. H. Rrandes.
west 3'i feet of south 20 feet of lot
3. block 14; and west 48 feet of lot
4. block 14, Carter's Addition to
Part land .v 900
M. O. Hargrove and wife to H. B.
Noble, beginning at point In north
line of block 4, Third Electric Addi
tion, 25 feet east of west line of said
lot, thence east 101.25 feet, south 40
feet, west 101.25 feet, north 40 feet
to beginning 200
Paul von Fridagh and wife to Bennett
W. Stockyn, blocks 93, 94, Palatine
Hill No. 3 1
Bertha Buchter to D. D. Darling, lot
1. Browne Addition 600
D. D. Darling to J. P. Kennedy, lot
1. Browne Addition 750
William O. Johnson and wife to Ed
ward Mendenhall Company, beginning
at southeasterly corner of lot 4.
block 18. McMlllen'a Addition, thence
westerly 50 feet, thence northerly
6i feet, thence easterly 5) feet, thence
southrly 60 feet to beginning 1
Riven-lew. Cemetery Association to
Hertha August Kuhner, lot 110, sec
tlon 10. said cemetery 160
Security Savings and Trust Company to
Belle Crest 10
J. O. Tremblay and wife to Union
Guarantee Association, west tfc of lots
9. 10. block 19. Lincoln Park Annex 1
Gregory E. Matlen and wife to Union
Guarantee Association. 9.0.19- acres on
east boundary of said Alonxo Gate
donation land claim in section 7,
township 1 south, range 3 east 1
Vlncenc Atzberger and wife to Stephen
Regner et al, . west of lots 1, .4,
block 25. Feurer's Addition 4O0
Charles Knickerbocker and wife to M.
Agnes Johnson, lot 8. block 38, Ver
non 1. 50
Michael Doherty to Carrie JS. Haydon,
lot 5. block 8. Alblna: lot 17. 43.
subdivision No. 2. DeLashmutt 4
Oat mans Little Homes, excepting
100-foot right of way for O. W. P. S.ioO
J. C. Johnson and wife to Harry L
and Hattle J. Kelley. lot 4. block
37, Bunnyalde 3,000
Hub Land Company to Hans Larson,
part of lot 17. block 3. Willamette
Boulevard Acres, beginning at the
,N. E. corner of said block 3 250
Nancy J. Paxton to Ell Lombard, lot
7. block 15. Glencoe Park 430
Sycamore Real Estate Company to
W. F. and Aramlnta Zehrung, lot
4. 5. block 15. Kern Park 825
C. F. Bunker and wife to Carrie L.
Russell, lot 13. 14. block 20. first
addition to Llnnton 10
C. W. Kllppel. et al.. to Charles F.
Lane, tract 5 of Kllppel acre tracts 1.400
Charles L. Qlllland. et al., to Lansing
Stout, trustee, undivided W of that
part of S. of lot 10. Ravensvlew
beginning at intersection of S. line
or said lot 10 with E. line of
.Ravensvlew Drive 1
Moore Investment Company to C. W.
Hottensteln. lot 12, block 69. Vernon 8i5
Arnold H. Leader to Augusta B.
Leader, 2 acres beginning at Inter
sectoln of north line of O. R. & . .
right of way with W. line of sec
tion 26, township 1 north, range
4 east., and other acreage 1
William C. Walker and wife to Belle
Chllds. lots S2. 33, 34, subdivision
B. General Compson's Addition to
Oak Park. St. John 700
Portland Railway Company to Port
land Railway. Light & Power Co.,
all rights, franchises and all prop
erty, both real and personal, of said .
railway company ................ 1
Have your abstracts made by th Security
abstract Trust Co.. 7 Chamber of Com.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RETORT.
PORTLAND, May 2. Maximum tempera
ture 53 degreese; minimum, 44 degrees. River
reading at 8 A. M., 10.6 feet; change in last
24 hours. .2 foot. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to
6 P. M.), .21 Inch; total rainfall eince Sep
tember 1. 1907, 33.83 inches; normal rainfall,
39.99 inches; deficiency. 6.16 Inches. Total
sunshine May 1, 2 hours, 25 minutes; possi
ble sunshine, 14 hours. 18 minutes. Barome
ter (reduced to sea-level), at 5 P. M., 20.69
The trough of low pressure overlying the
plateau region this morning remains practi
cally stationary. General rains have In con
sequence fallen over the entire Pacific Slope
and lntermountain region during the day,
though the recorded amounts have been
small. A high area i developing over
Plat! C Original la deilrn. Perfection In arch.
hectare. The California Bungalow li
the ldetl home raited to all climatic condition. Send
twenty-five ceott in stamp for oar booklet.showing tome
f the most famoos bungalows la California.
California Bungalow Plan Co.
M-5-t Fay Building Lo Angeles. Car
This splendid subdivision, on
account of its street improve
ments and building restrictions,
will always be a choice, select,
exclusive, high-value residence
Buy lots now, when you can
get them at a low price.
Thousands of feet of cement '
sidewalks laid, streets graded,
water mains laid, Bull Run wa
ter now running. See the beau
tiful houses already built. Think
of values elsewhere in Port
land 's residence neighborhoods,
and contrast with low prices at
which Rossmere lots' can be
Take Rossmere car, Third and
JOHN W. COOK
GEO. K. CLARK
336 Chamber of Commerce.
aiain 5407. - A 3252.
Agents on grounds afternoons.
Northern California. Temperatures are lower
everywhere excepting over the interior of
Northern California, where the weather was
somewhat warmer. The fall In temperature
was especially marked over the plateau, and
this evening the weather Is unseasonably cool
over that region.
The indications point to -occasional rain
over this entire forecast district Sunday.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken at 6 P. M., Pacific time.
Eureka. ... . ......
48 T. I 4;N
581 T. )12!N
68 0.08 4i.NW
561 T. 4jSW
56 T. BiSB
For the 8 hours ending midnight. May 3:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain;
Western Oregon and Western Washingtoa
Occasional rain; southwest winds.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and
Idaho Occasional rain. L. LODHOLZ.
Tea! ForecaJKer temporarily In charge.
Grand Central Slation lime Card
Cottage Grove passenger
San Francisco Express
Corvallis Passenger .......
Sheridan passenger .......
Forest Grove Passenger ....
Forest Grove passenger . .
Cottage Grove Passenger..
Portland Express ..........
Forest Grove Passenger. . .
Forest Grove Passenger. . . .
8:13 a. m.
11:00 a, ra.
0:40 p. m.
7:55 a. m.
. H:30 a.m.
& :30 p. m.
1 11: IS p.m.
6:35 p. m.
10:30 a. m.
8:00 a. m,
2:50 p. m.
Leaving Portland I
Tacoma and Seattle Express. .. .f 8:30 a. m.
North Coast A Chicago Limited..) 2:00 p. m.
Overland Express .111:45 p. m.
North Coast Limited. .
Overland Express ....
OREGON RAILROAD A NAVIGATION CO.
Kansas City & Chicago Express.
Chi., Kan. City & Portland Ex..
Chlcaego-Portland Special ......
7:15 a. m.
8:30 a. m.
8:15 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
8:00 a. m.
9:45 a. m.
8:50 p. m.
5 : 15 p. m.
ASTORIA Si COLUMBIA RIVER.
Astoria & Seaside Express
Astoria & Seaside Express. . . . .
Astoria & Portland Passenger.
8:00 a. nv
0 :00 p. m.
12:15 p. m.
10:00 p. m.
"CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
C. P. R. Short Line, via. Spokane
C. P. R. Short Line, vis. Spokane
8:15 p. m.
11:45 p. m.
8:00 a, m.
7:00 a. m.
Dallas Passenger . . ,
Dallas Passenger . . ,
Dallas Passenger .... ,
Dallas Passenger ....
4:15 p. 1
10:15 a. 1
5:50 p. ;
OREGON 'ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
7:05 a, m.
8:15 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
11:20 a. m.
1 :20 p. m.
2:45 p. m.
5:40 p. m.
8:15 p. m.
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Local. . .
Local. . .
Friedman Packing Company, Inc. Meats,
Poultry, Fish, vegetables. 105-7 Third
street. Both phones.
Gas Mantles ual ""Vha,
mantle on the market. Barretts, 410 Mor-
rlscn. Both phones.
U'nnii oc'0 cords first-class 4-foot nr
UUU wood. $5 per cord delivered.
Phone Main 4435. Eagle Creek Fuel Com
pany. 408 Corbett Bldg.
StfttlnnATV Dd ?ou know there was
dlHUUllCir . stationery store at 249
Morrison street, near Third. Stationery and
Blank Bonks. Davis & Kllburn. A 1 611.
Vlnrit Cut Flowers always fresh from
A . our own conservatories. Martin
& Forbes. 347 Washington at. Both phonea.
Cnnl Rock Springs Coal. Independent
VToal St Ice Company, opposite City
Library. Both phones.
Cppflo Plant your Sweet Peas and early
nual and feed Planters' Quid. free. Port
land Seed Company. 180-lStt Front street.
Pntna Have you planted those rose
aiusca bushea yei? Get busy now. Thou
sands of bushes. 10c to 35c; catalogue tells.
Portland Seed Co.. 180-188 Front street.
Electric Fixtures J "V
Western Electric Works. 61 Sixth street.
ves. Forks and all Silver-
re replated as cood aa new.
Oregon Plating Works. 16th and Alder. Main
8575. A 2575
IVinA O'Malley A Neuberger. 327 Waah
iiiuu tngton street. Phone Main 2394.
Free delivery. A gallon of 10-year-old Ingle
nook Port, tl.50.
Wnnd The Portland Fuel Co. Seasoned
n uuu flr. cordwood. 4 ft.. f5.50; sawed.
$6.00. Hard wood and coal. Yard 2S7
E. Morrison st. Phonea B 28, B 1026.
CHINOOK TRIBB. NO. 6. IMPROVED OR
DER RBD MEN, meets every. Thursday sleep
at 208ft Third street. Auditorium Hall.
A. J. OSBUKN, C. of R.
THE FRATERNAL, CHAMPIONS will give
a 500 party in Alleky Hall.. 3d tloor. Friday
evening, April 8. Admission 15c. Refresh
ments. THE ORDER OF REINDEERS WILL
give a card and dance social Tuesday, May
6, at their hall, corner 2d and Yamhill.
ALBINA LODGE. NO. 470, F. TJ. A., will
give a whist and dance In Malr's Hall, Will
iams avenue and Ruseel atreet. . Prizes, re
freshments, good music. Come and have a
good time. Admission 15 cents.
ROTAL CIRCLE. W. O. W.. "WILL GIVE
a whist social at their hall, 128 11th at.,
Wednesday evening, , May 6. Dancing and re
freshments. MARGUERITE CAMP. No. 1440. R. N. A.,
will give a benefit "500" and dancing party
Thursday evening. May 7. 108, at lOOft
Third st. Admission, 25 cents.
GOLDEN RULE- HIVE. Lady Maccabees,
will . give a military whist party In the.
Alisky bulldinir. Third and Morrison sfs.,
Tuesday evening. May 5. Admission, 15c.
ASTRA CIRCLE will give a whist party
Thursday. May 7, In the W. O. W. building.
128 Eleventh street. Good music. . Prizes
and refreshments. Admission 15c.
PORTLAND HOMESTEAD. SIB. B. A. T.,
will give a 500 party, in the Western Acad
emy of Music HalL 2d and Morrison -sts.,
Wednesday evening. May 6. Admission 15
Park and Alder Streets
Barber, Dr. S. J., dentist Formerly Mao
Leay bldg. Phone Main 1409, A 1409.
City and County Medical Society.
EQUI. DR. MARIE D., formerly Oregonian
bldg., suite 324-5. Main 230.
Ferrta. Dra. K. E. A O. J., dentists For
merly Macleay bldg. Suite 211. Main 1939.
lrrench. Dr. C. Gertrude, physician Form
erly Dekum bldg. Main 714. A 4U17.
Hawke, Dr. C. E., physician and surgeon
Formerly Oregon, bldg. Main 1512. A 5104.
Hlrstel, Dr. Edw., dentist Mam 1409. A 1409
Jiolbrook. Dr. Millard E.. dentist For
merly Macleay bldg. Suite 401-2-3. M. 8519
Hyde, Dr. Leon Wlliet. physician and sur
geon Practice limited to genlto-urinary
diseases Formerly Fleidner bldg. Main
Leu-kin. Dr. Geo., dentist Formerly Ablng
ton bldg. Phones Main 578. A 2744.
Loomis. Dr. Dry on E.. dentist Formerly
Oregonian bldg. phone A 3318.
Perkins. Dr. T. t.. dentist Formerly Ru
sel bldg. Suite 407-8. Main 1612. A 5404.
Rlggs, Dr. J. O.. dentist Main 1409. A 1409.
Boscndorf. Dr. Max, physician and skin spe
cialist, formerly Berlin, Germany Of
fice. 315-310. Phone Main 5060.
Timijis. Dr. Edna O., physician Formerly
Marquam bldg. Phones Main 714, A 4917.
Walgamot, Dr. F. H.. dentist Formerly
Hamilton bldg. Phone Main 2290.
Watson. Dr. Alfred I'., dentist Formerly
Ablngton bldg. Phones Main 578, A 2744
Toung, Dr. J. Q., dentitt Suite 416-17
Phone Main 5810.
Ziegler, Amelia and Fred J., physicians and
surgeons Phones Main 682. A 4v43.
VER BIN EINTRACHT The members are
requested to attend the funeral of our late
member. Michael Hansen, on Sunday. May
3. at 2:30 o'clock P. M., from Holman's un
dertaking parlors, corner Third and Salmon.
Interment In Greenwood Cemetery. By order
of G. H. Slebels, president.
GEORGB HAROLD. Sec.
WELLS In this city, May 2. Arlena Lines
Wells, wife of .J. Edgar Wells. Funeral
MALSTON At residence. 351 Couch street.
May 2, Emma Malston, aged 51 years.
MoCORMICK Dfed In San Francisco,
May 2, 1908, Mrs. Lottie McCorraick,
daughter of Mrs. K. M. Price. Funeral no
BERCOVICH At Salem. Or.. April 29,
Michael Bercovlch. aged 39 years. Funeral
will be held from the residence of his
brother, J. A. Bercovlch.- 388 Eleventh street,
Sunday, May 8, at 1:30 P. M., thence to
St. Michael's Church, corner Fourth and
Mil! streets, at 2 P. M., where services
will be held. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Friends respectfully . invited.
MILNE In this city. May 2, at the family
residence, 837 East 31st sc., Robert Lake
Milne, aged 10 months and 5 days, be
loved eon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B.
Milne. Funeral services will be held at
the Baptist Church, Gresham, at a P. M.
today (Sunday), May 3.
HANSEN The funeral services of the late
Michael Hansen will be held at Holman's
Chapel, corner Third and Salmon Btreets,
at 2:30 P. M. today (Sunday.) Friends
Invited to attend. Interment Greenwood
DUTCHER The funeral services of Harriet
M. Dutcher will be held at the M. E.
' Church, Arleta, at 2 P. M. today (Sun
day). Friends invited. Interment Mult
nomah Cemetery. . c
WOLFF The funeral services of Nathan
Wolff will be held at Finley's chapel at
2 P. M. today (Sunday). Services at the
grave private. Please omit flowers.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO., Funeral Direct
ors. 220 3d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 507.
J. P. TTSIXt BOM. Pnnerat Directors.
Third and Madison. Phone Main a. A lo.
Dnnnlna;. McEntee m Gllbaogh, Funeral Di
rectors. 7 th Pine. Phone M. 430. Lady asst.
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO.. 409 Aldar
t. Lady assistant. Phone Main SISS.
ZIILER-BTRKE8 CO.. Funeral Direct
ors, Z7s Russell. East 1088. Lady assistant.
F. H. DUNNING. Undertaker. 414
Alder. Lady assistant. Phone East St.
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S.L.N. GILM AN
A Special Auction Sale at the
"Shurtleff" Residence, at 394
Clay' and Tenth, Tomorrow,
Monday, May 4th, at 10 A. M.
Sale includes all the old mahogany
and walnut furniture, carpets and fur
niture throughout the residence.
L. N. GILMAX,
10 rooms, 'strictly modern, good hard
wood floors, exceptionally well built:
2 fireplaces and furnace: fine lawn;
block from car. The price is right.
CALL OX IS. , '
Columbia Trust Company
714 Couch bids;. 109 4(h at., near Wash.
Auction and Commission House
173-175 Second, Cor. Yamhill
Monday and Wednesday
As usual, on 'Monday and Wednesday,
May 4 and 6, we will offer for sale a gen
eral line of household furniture for the
parlor, library, dining-room, bedroom,
kitchen and office, comprising a large
rosewood piano, an Estey organ, mahog
any music cabinet, guitar and mandolin,
motion picture machine, mission library
tables, complete set of encyclopedias,
golden oak, mission and mahogany book
cases and ladies' desks, hall-trees, leather
and velvet couches, center tables, dining
sets, iron beds, springs, mattresses, pic
tures; linoleum and carpets, including the
following qualities: Axminster, body Brus
sels, velvet, moquette, etc. Also other
Monday at' 11 o'clock.
I WIX.L, 8 ELI, to the HIGHEST BIDDER
FOR CASH, SEVEN large BEACH LOTS
in OCEAN PARK. PACIFIC COUNTY,
Wash. PLAT CAN BE SE15N at our
AUCTION ROOM BEFORE SALE.
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Special Auction Sale of Extra
Fine Household Furniture
Tuesday, May 5, 10 A. M.
271 22d Street, North
I will sell to the highest bidder for
CASH, the EXTRA FINE FURNITURE
in the HOME of SIDNEY I. ACKERMAN.
consisting in part: LARGE GRANDPA'S
CLOCK. In WEATHERED OAK; FUMED
OAK ROCKER; GILT ARM CHAIR;
OAK ARM CHAIR. UPHOLSTERED in
LEATHER: LARGE LEATHER UP
HOLSTERED ROCKER: MAHOGANY
ROCKER. UPHOLSTERED in LEATH
ER: BOOK CASE: EXTRA FINE WIL
TON RUGS and BRU3SEI.S CARPETS;
BRASS and IRON FIRE-SET SCREEN;
BRASS 5 O'CLOCK TEAKETTLE;
CHOICE lot of GLASSWARE in GOB
LETS, decanters, grape-fruit dishes, finger
bowls, eac. 70 PIECES of BEAUTIFUL
HA VILA 'ND CHINA. DECORATED in
GOLD: ROGERS BROS, best SILVER
WARE; BUFFET; EXTENSION table;
BRASS BtuJS; also iron beds, springs,
6 DINING CHAIRS to match; 2 large
hair and floss MATTRESSES, a large
BIRDSEYE maple DRESSER and wash
stands; i BIRDSEYE maple CHIFFON
IERS; oak book case; very pretty cur
tains, drapes and portiers; 3 EXTRA good
ELECTRIC READING LAMPS; violin
stand; jardinieres; refrigerator: gas
stove; steel range; gas water heater;
wringer; ash barrels; porch seat, etc
TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE.
This is the sale 'if you want good fur
niture. J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Rare Sale of Beach Lots at Ne
halem Bay Will Be Held at
Our Salesrooms, 1 73-1 75
Second St., Cor. Yamhill
Wednesday, at 8 P. M.
This will be one of the MOST SENSA
TIONAL sales of BEACH PROPERTY
ever offered in the STATE OF OREGON.
COME and be convinced of this state
ment. Special Auction Sale of Choice
Household Furniture '
Thursday, May 7,10 A.M.
321 N. 19th St., Cor. Quimby
HAVTNG RECEIVED TOSRUCTIONS
from Mr. GEO. RAE. I will sell the FUR
NITURE of his BEAUTIFUL HOME,
which consists of as follows: ONE UP
RIGHT WEBER PIANO: GENUINE
IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS (cost
$50 the pair): beautiful MAHOGANY
MUSIC CABINET; one FINE PARLOR
set, UPHOLSTERED in plush; LARGE
FRENCH PLATE MIRROR: COSTLY
OIL PAINTING (bv W. S. Parrott) ; large
JARDINIERS; BRONZE STATUES,
BRASS FIRE-PLACE SETS; EXTRA
FINE MAHOGANY hall seat and MIR
ROR; hall CHAIRS; lamps, dining table
and chairs; oak Rideboard: SINGER
SEWING MACHINE. MAHOGANY and
GOLDEN OAK CHIFFONIER; brass bed;
liair mattress; good blankets: feather pil
lows; large combination BOOK 'CASE;
popular Universal steel range; hose; re
frigerator; dishes, etc. If you want good
furniture come to' this sale; there is
everythlne- you want.
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Friday, April 8, 10 A. M.
Salesrooms, 1 73-1 75 Second
We will sell fancy and staple lot of
G-ROCERIES and PROVISIONS: mixed
line of NOTIONS, DRY GOODS, etc;
SHOES, PAINTS & OILS, HARDWARE.
CROCKERY. TINWARE, COMPUTING
SCALES, SHOWCASES and COFFEE
Kindly Tiote that we pay CASH for fur
niture; that we have a LARGE assort
ment of furniture on hand at all times;
that we sell furniture privatelv every
day of the week. Both phones. Main 1626;
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
UPRIGHT PIANO. CARPETS AND
FURNITURE removed to BAKER'S
AUCTION HOUSE for absolute saie by
TUESDAY NET, MAY 5
We are instructed to sell by Public
Auction the following first-class house
hold furnishings. comprising: UPRIGHT
PIANO. A RICH, MELLOW TONE (by
C. J. Whitney, of Detroit) with stool and
scarf: ladies' parlor desk and chair: par
lor suit; round center-tables; -handsome
parlor davenport; mahogany and weath
ered oak rocker with genuine leather
cttuifieu otiK comomaiion desk
with bent glass; large pictures and oil
paintings; cosy hall seat and mirror:
Morris chair with hair-stuffed cushions -elegant
dining-room set In golden oak.
with buffet: round extension table: set of
chairs: china closet In weathered oak
decorated dinner set; oak and antique
hall table; couches In leather and velour
HANDSOME (RUGS IN AXMINSTER
and BRUSSELS; 7 bordered body Brussels
carpets: modern brass bed, satin finish:
pretty iron beds; steel springs and -silk
floss mattresses: blrdseve maple princess
dressers; very showy, dressing-tables with
large, oval mirrors: handsome dressers:
wash stands; wardrobe; rockers and
chairs to match; kitchen cabinets; meat
safes: heating stoves; lace curtains
shades and other useful lots. All in first
class order. On view TOMORROW
MONDAY. SALE. TUESDAY, NEXT
AT 10 O'CLOCK, sharp.
GEO, BAKER & SON, Auctioneers. ...
ON THURSDAY NEXT
For general household goods and furni
ture at BAKERS AUCTION HOUSE,
12 Park street, between Alder and Mor
rison. Sale at 10 A. M.
BAKER & SON, Auctioneers. "
HANFORD 6 BIACKWELL
Railroads, Power Plaats, Industrial
1141 Alaska Bid., Seattle. Wash.
THE NEXT GREAT
To Be Held by the
Cor. Front and Salmon Sts.
TOMORROW, 10 A. M. Sharp
This Is the first real, genuine Auction
House ever opened up in the City of
Portland. We have
HALF-BLOCK FLOOR SPACE
and sell furniture, stocks of dry goods,
groceries or anything else. Horses, wag
ons, buggies, harness: butchers', grocers',
confectioners', plumbers and tailors' sup
plies. Tomorrow we sell J2000 worth of
housefurnishings of every description: for
J?siSS?S: 35 NBW REFRIGERATORS;
10 STEEL RANGES: 100 TENTS; 40 BED
ROOM SUITS, In black walnut, oak. etc.:
laO yards of carpet: 3 parlor suits; 2
leather- couches; 7 wardrobes; hundreds
of chairs, rockets, tables, center stands,
couches, silk and floss mattresses, etc.
In this great assortment you are sure to
ftnd Just the thing you want and get it
for a. trifle. For the finer class of goods
ufar )rivate Parties we still have reg-
211 FIRST ST.
TUESDAY, 10 A. M.
THURSDAY, 10 A. M.
AND FRIDAY, 2 P. M.
where you wiH always find the finest of
tho fine In housefurnishings. Keep a look
out for our notice of sale of fine, old,
hand-made violins from the old makers.
These are no trash; only genuine.
'211 FIRST STREET
Main 5655. 4121.
Auction- Sales Every Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday at 10
o'Clock A. M., at 411 Wash
ington Street. '
Household Furniture, Etc.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
27 lots, First Electric Addition, at
5 lots, Peninsula No. 2, at $125 each.
4 lots, Peninsula No. 2, at' $150 each.
5 lots on Willis Boulevard, in Penin
sula No. 2, at $200 each, and a
4 lots, Peninsula No. 4, high, sightly
and near Swift holdings, at $175
each, or will sell two.
2 lots, Peninsula No. 1, across street
from Swift holdings, only $200
each, and a snap.
We have 24,000,000 feet yellow fir
near Dallas at 50c per thousand.
$3750100x112, Thurman street,
near 28th; both car lines, and a
good buy. Will sell half.
$800 Two lots, East Portland
Heights, one block from car;
high and sightly; easy terms.
Gootl business lot, corner, valued at
$4000, for improved property.
Will pay some difference.
California ' orange grove, ' producing
and valued $4000, to trade for
good residence. Will assume mortgage-.
Jackson 6 Deering
246 Stark Street.
Phone Main 345.
Buy an Acre!
Buy an' Acre!
Buy an Acre!
Tou can get one, 18 minutes out on
the Salem electric, for the price of a
lot, I5C0 and up. See page 9, section
3 for full particulars.
444 Sherlock Building-.
Close to Montavilla: county roads on
3 sides and the Mount Hood road will
run through the middle, making an
ideal tract 'to cut ud.
Just 40 acres at $450 per acre.
S2Vi Third St.
Money to" loan on Improved city
Isaac L. White
331 Sherlock Building
Fire iBnurauce. Rentals.
15th and Savier. Will lease or build
. to suit tenant.
WAKEFIELD, FRIES & CO.,
229 Stark St.
18 Per Cent
Can invest $21,000 in this property.,
enjoy an income of 8 per cent, 'as
large an income as most investments
as good as this will bring, and draw
out a surplus of over $2000 per year
for reinvestment; thus getting, above
good returns on your cash, every dol
lar out of the property in less than
10 years, and still have the property,
which will be worth more then than
Eat Your Cake
Have It Too
204 Corbett Building
9OAcrcs, prood house, barn and out
I Zhuildings; 2 " acres In small
fruit; young orchard: all In cultiva
tion; close to electric line. 8 miles
from Portland. Price, $5503. Easy
ini.QAcres, 5-room house and out
L I Zbulldings; 5 acres In cultiva
tion; 2 acres in spuds; all kinds of
fruit: V acre in rhubarb: 4 doz. chick
ens; irood soil; adjoins Troutdale. Price,
J2S00 cash. A very cheap place.
17 1.0 Acres, "-room house, small barn
III Zand chicken-houses: 14 acres in
cultivation; 5 acres in strawberries,
loganberries and blackberries; younsr
orchard: on Clackamas River, 1
milos from electric car; 12 miles from
Portland; beautiful place. Price, $lu00.
I) Acres, house, barn and outbuild
LL lngrs; 20 acres in cultivation: flue
soil: electric car stops in front of place;
11 miles from Portland, on good road.
Price, $5500. Easy terms.
Qi Acres, small house and barn: 13
0 I acres in cultivation. 4 acres In
hops, 150 chickens, 2 cows, (food soil
and lies level. Price, J300D; $1000 cash,
balance to suit.
0C Acres, 7-room pood house, good
0U burn and outbuildings, 10 acres In
orchard and all in high state of culti
vation; 8 miles from Portland, at Beav
crton. Price, 110,500. .Kasy terms.
in - OArres, 32 acres In cultivation;
r0 I "all lies level; soil the very best;
no buildings; 3 miles from liillsboro.
Price. J2500. Cash.
JORDAN 6 G ARB ADE
332 Washington nt.
A Real Bargain
in a Fine Home
Situated on the S. W. corner of 21st
and Vaughn sts., being 419 North
21st st. The lot alone. 60x100. is
worth $3500. The modern eight-room
house with conservatory: heated with
furnace and hot water and lighted by
gas and electricity, is worth $4000. In
addition to this, the house is com
pletely furnished at a cost of over
$1000, making a total value of $8500.
The conservatory and grounds are
filled with choice flowers. A com
plete abstract and warranty deed
will be furnished to this place for
$6500 if sold before May 10: $3500
cash, balance on monthly payments if
desired. See owner on premises, Sat
urday 'between 2 and 5; Sunday be
tween 3 and 6. During the week at
214 Lumber Exchange bldg.
Two Swell Places
in the Nob Hill
of the East Side
CKKflfl Quarter block. Colonial' -uUQUU
room residence: furnace, gas,
electric lights, moderh plumbing:
ground value, $3500, with an $SU00 resi
dence. CCnnfl Colonial 9-room residence, on
OUUUU K. 28th st near Belmont; all
modern conveniences. House alone
cost' $4650 to build. Ground worth
$1200. Reasonable terms.
THE Dl'NN'-LAWRENCE CO.,
S4H Alder St.
Choice Homes and Investments
$21.000 100x100 on Irving st.
$15,0.10 106x100 on 3d St.
$5000 6-room modern house, E. Main
$5000 12-room modern house, Cor
$5500 6-room modern house, lot
100x125: on Sellwood st.
$2600 6-room modern house, Den
$2800 8-room modern house, Sell
$3503 7-room modern house, quarter
$4700 9-room modern house, quar
ter block, in Piedmont.
OTTO & HARKSO.W
132 Vi Flint (.
Have for quick sale a few choice build
ing sites from $430 to $550 per lot. Good
view. Best bargain on the Heights.
J. C. McLennan
315 Oregonian bldg.
Res. phone Main 45H6.
Mortgage Loans, Lowest Rates
Real Estate, Insurance
A. H. BIRRELL
ZOt McKay Bide.. 3d Stark.
GIVE ME A CALX.