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THE SUXDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, JULY 5, 1908.
CARRY THE LIMIT
Excursion Boats Take Crowds
of Pleasure-Seekers to
Out-of-Town Points, '
MANY ARE DISAPPOINTED
Bailey Gatzert Leaves Nearly 1000
Persons on Bock Potter Takes
Crowd" to - Beach News
Limit, crowds, were takenlrom Port,
land yesterday by every steamer which
left a dock. More, than as many, more
people were disappointed and were com
pelled to seek qujet spots out of town
by way of the various streetcar lines.
Passengers began arriving- at the vari
ous docks as early as 7 o'clock and by
9 there was a jam on every pier which
held a steamer.
The steamer Bailey Gatzert, which
carried an excursion to the Cascade
Locks, was filled to the limit by 8:15
and fully 1000 people were left on the
dock. The Gatzert has a passenger
license for 65 people, and when 'the
limit was on board the customs offi
cials ordered the plank In. A number of
persons who had purchased tickets on
the previous day were left on the dock
and it was a difficult matter to make
them" understand the Government rul
ing in the case.
The steamer T. J. Potter carried 400
people to the beach for Saturday and
Sunday. The Potter sailed from Ash
street at 8:30 and went direct to Me
iers on the Washington shore. This is
the transfer point for points on Long
Boats of the Oregon City Transporta
tion Company operated during the day
between- Portland and Oregon City and
intermediate points. - Bach boat was
crowded to the limit and many people
who desired to make the trip were
KOSE CITY LEAVES SOUTH
large Number of Passengers Bound
for California City.
The steamship Rose City sailed for
San Francisco yesterday 'morning" with
3ti passengers and a full cargo of
freight. In honor of the Fourth of
July the Rose City was dressed from
stem to stern and in keeping with the
decorations and the day the passengers
turned attention to patriotic speeches.
The Nome City called in the evening
for Coos Bay points with a full passen
ger list. She is taking the place of the
steamship Alliance for the run and
will possibly make a second trip to
Marshfield and North Bend.
Guernsey Loading Lumber.
The ' turret steamship Guernsey
moored at the Portland Mills yesterday
and will complete a cargo- of- lumber
for Shanghai. Two million feet were
loaded at Tongue Point and a third
more will be taken at thte port. On
the trip up the river the Guernsey was
drawing 22 feet.
Captain Al Betts, of Astoria, was a
visitor in Portland yesterday.
Barge No. 91 is discharging oil at
Portsmouth. She will leave down
A new crank-shaft is being placed
In the steamship Alliance. She will be
ready- for sea within a week. "
The steamship City of Panama, which
sailed for Portland from San Francisco,
Wednesday evening, has not arrived in.
She probably put in at Coos Bay.
Notice to Mariners.
The following affects the list of lights,
buoys and daymarks. Pacific Coast, 190S.
Wrangle Strait, pages 104. 105 and 106
Coply Reef buoy, i, m. third-class can., found
missing June IS, was replaced the same
South Ledge buoy, 4, and Vexation Rock
buoy. 5, found out of position June 15, were
replaced the same day.
Danger Point buoy, R, and Green Bocks
buoy, heretofore reported adrift, were
replaced June 15.
Rock Point buoy, 10. a first-class spar,
heretofore out of position, was replaced
FteviUaglgedo " Channel, page 100 Hog
Rocks buoy, 1, a ilist-class can, was discon
tinued June 12.
ley Strait, page 109 Hanus Reef buoy, a
US nrst-class can, heretofore reported
adrift, was replaced June 22.
Chatham Strait, page 110 Kllllsnoo Har
bor buoy, 2, a third-class nun, found miss
ing June 2 'A was replaced the same day.
Kemishow Island Reef buoy, 2, a second
class nun, heretofore reported out of posi
tion, was replaced June 17.
Morris Reef buoy, 1. a first-class can,
beretofor reported adrift, was replaced
Sitka Harbor and approaches, middle
channel, page 11 1 Maknati Rock; buoy, a
US second-class nun, heretofore, reported
miffing, was replaced June 20.
Yhitestone Narrows, Neva Strait, page
1 til rWhltestone sand spit buoy, 3, a flrst
clas iron spar, heretofore reported out of
position, was replaced June 19.
Peril Strait, page 112 and 11.1 Brad Rock
buoy, l, a second-class can. heretofore re
ported missing, was replaced June 19.
Rose Inland Rock buoy, 3. a second-class
can, heretofore reported adrift, was re
placed June IS.
Notice is hereby given that North Jetty
outer end huoy No. l, a black first-class
spar, was reported adrift June 29. It will
be replaced as soon as practicable.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND, July 4. Sailed Steamship
Fkjjo City, for San Francisco; steamship Nome
City, for Coos Bay.
Astoria. July 4. Condition at the mouth of
the river at a P. M.. smooth; wind, northwest;
weather, clrar. Sailed at 5 A. M. Steamer
Yosvmite, for San Francisco. Arrived down
at ft A. M. British shio Ancalos. Arrived
down Ht !:A and sallvd at 10. SO A. . M.
Stfumor Nebrakan, for San Francisco. Ar
iiil down at lii'M and snilcd at 7 P. M.-?-f-teamtr
Kiv? City, for tfan Francisco. Sailed
t :(:, P. M. Steamer Tho. 1 Wand, for
S.1U. Francisco. July 4. Arrived Steamer
Northland, trom Portland. Sailed Steamer
Stale- of California, for Portland; steamer
Johan FouIfHn. for Portland. Arrived Steamer
!.. V. Flder. from San Pedro, for Port
land. Sailed yesterday Schooner James A.
(Jarneld. for Columbia River.
Monterey. July 4. Arrived yesterdav
8teainr Rosencrans, with schooner Monterey
In tow, from Portland.
San Francisco. July 4. Arrived Steamer
Centralia. from Grays Harbor; steamer
Northland, from Columbia River; bark Amy
Turner, from Honolulu; steamer Temple C.
lxrr. from Wlllapa: schooner Forester, from
Seattle. Sailed Steamer Johan Poulsen.
for Portland; steamer Alameda, for Hono
lulu; steamer State of California, for Port
land ; bark Annie Johnson, for Honolulu;
bark Emily F. Whitney, for Port Towneend;
steamer Fair Oaks, for Grays Harbor;
steamer Geo. W. Elder, for Astoria.
Tides) at Astoria Sunday.
High Water. Low Water.
35 A. M . fet'10:M A. M.....14 foot
ft:G& P. M 7 7 feet 11 51 P. M ..2 8 feet
Meet Xext Year at Vnion.
IA GRANDE, .Or, July 4. At tlie
campflre . last'jalght. membexs --of tne.
Eastern Oregon Old Veterans"" Associ
ation held their annual election of of
ficers and -selected as the next reunion
place Union. Officers elected are:
President, General Goodblood, Union;
vice-president. John Reeves, Union;
chaplain", John Oliver, La Grande; secretary-treasurer,
S. MV Purcell, Union-
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
GOOD SAMARITAN- HOSPITAL To erect
a Hve-atory brick building on Marshall
D. C. HENXET To erect 1 a two-story
frame dwelling- on Seventeenth street, near
Hall; $0000. ....
L. F. MILL.HOLLEN To erect a one
story frame dwelling on East Twenty-ftfth
street, near Alberta- S1406. ' '
J. SH EM AN SKI To erect a two-story
frame dwelling ' on " Irving street. . near
H. K. EDWARDS To erect a 'two-story
trame dwelling on East Tenth street, near
Tillamook: $2000. '
TV. H. TUTTLE To erect ' a i one-story
frame dwelling on East Fourteenth street,
near Alberta: $1000.
'Articles of Incorporation.
CHAUSSE-PRL'DHOMME - 'COMPANY -In
corporators, F. IV. Chausse.- Joseph . Prud
homme and J. H.- Chausse; capital, J10.000.
' Births. '
FAULKNER At 392 East Flfteefnth
street North, June , -19. to the wife of Joseph
Faulkner, a-son.- '-
JANSEN At 340 Jackson. street, June 29,
to the wife of N. P.-.Jansen, a son.
SCHARFF At 281 Williams' avenue, June
27.- to-the -wf . f -Harold C eaarnV a- son.
KRATT At 267 Mill street. June 2a, to
the wife of Jacob Kratt, a daughter. ,
BROWN At "281 Williams avenue, June
17. to the wife of Herbert R. Brown, a
MMANN At 102 East Eighth street
North, June 10. to the wife of Thomaa F.
McMann, a daughter.
SORSBY At Portland, Or., June IS, to
the wife of William Sorsby, a son.
SIMBAD At 438 East Emerson street,
June 15, to the wife of Nlcklos Slmbad, a
LARSON At 333 Monroe street, June 2.
to the wife of Alfred Larson, a son.
RASMUSSEN At Portland, Or., July 1, to
the wife of Fred J. Rasmussen, a daughter.
WALGREN At Tremont Station, June 30,
to the wife of Eric E. Walgren, a son.
MILLER At Woodmere Station, June
18. to the wife of Albert Miller, a son.
HICKEY At 330 Failing street, June 26.
to the wife of James F. Hickey, a son..
HELSER At 411 Stanton street, June 22,
to the wife of Jehn C. Helser, a daughter.
FINK At 886 East Tenth street North,
June 27, to the wife of John Fink, a son.
WAHLANDER At 6S1 Rodney avenue,
June 23, to the wife of Albert C. Wahlander,
EDWARDS At 548 Park street, Juno 19.
to the wife of Thomas J. Edwards, a
MERE WETHER At Rose City Sanitar
ium, June 2S. to the wife of Edward Mere
wether, a son.
PELLEGRINI At 308 East Third street,
June 24, to the wife .of Tony Pellegrini, a
MONACO At 270tt Sheridan street, June
25, to the wife of Btago Monaco, a daughter.
ALFANO At 179 Caruthers street. Juno
23, to the wife of Tony Alfano, a daughter.
DEMARCO At 2S8 Sheridan street, June
22, to the wife of G. Demarco, a daughter.
DAY At 90S Commercial street, June 19,
to the wife of Robert B. Day, a son.
NIBLEY At 670 Broadway street, June
23, to the wife of Alexander Nlbley, a son.'
AMEND At Salem, Or., June 28, Sarah
Amend, a native of Indiana, aged 65 years.
ADAMSON At 273 East Fifty-ninth
street, June 24, Clarence Adamson, a native
of Oregon, aged 3 years.
THOMPSON At Mount Tabor, June 30,
David M. Thompson, a native of Scotland,
aged 41 years.
BRINSON Near Gray's Crossing, June 30,
Thomas H. Brinson, a native of Arkansaa,
aged 54 years.
WELD EN At Flrland Station. Juns 30.
Charles P. Welden, a native of Canada,
aged 68 years.
RIGGEN At St, Vincent's Hospital, July
1, Sylvester B. Rlggen, a native of Illinois,
aged 55 years.
KILTH AN-J At 334 Falling street. July 2,
Mathilda Kllthan, a native of Oregon, an
M'KINNEY-BUTOLPH Pearl McKlnney,
25. Sellwood: Nettie Butolph, over 18, city.
PIBRCE-UEXJAMIN Eugene M. Pierce.
42. Butte. Mont. :- Dora E. Bingman. 28. city.
M'KINNEY-LVPHER L. E. McKlnney,
25. city; Myra Elsie Lupher, 23. city.
LUNG-A VERY Harland Lester Lung. 23.
city; Nellie Augusta Avery. 30. city.
Kyle Reynolds, over 21, city; Cora M. Knick
erbocker, over 18. city.
ARFF-UNNEBERG Peter Arff. 37, city;
Josephine Unneberg, So, city.
POWELL-LEWIS W. E. Powell, 23,. city;
Dora Lewis. 21. city.
PORTER-HAGA Andrew M. Porter, 28,
city: Elva J. Haga. 27. city.
WILKERSON-WEIiiLAND S. D. "Wilker
son. 34. city: Yetta Weinland. 23, city.
OXFORD-RODGERS Morton A. Oxford,
28, cltv; Jennie Rodgers, 20. city.
BOYD-SMITH F. A. Boyd, 27, clty Chris
tine W. Smith. 22. city.
MORRIS-BENEDICT Ralph R. Morris. 23,
St. John; Lulu Mae Benedict, 17, city.
WELLS-BAKER John S. Wella, 26, Ly
man. Wash.: May Baker. 21. city.
ALTMAN-BUTLER Arnold J. Altman,
28 Montavllla; Minnie M. Butler. 27, city.
WII-LIAMS-DAY Harry R. Williams, 27,
city; Bemla Day. 19. city.
ARNOLD-GARDNER Murry B. Arnold,
25. cltv; Grace L. Gardner, over 18. city.
MOBRE-MATHNY Leo Mobre, 24, city;
Jennie Mathcy, 19, city.
Wedding and visiting earda W. O. 8mlt
Co.. Washington bids- 4th and Wash.
WHITE SALMON IS ON MAP
Famous Frnit Center Recognized
by Xorth Bank Railroad.
"WHITE SALMON. Wash.. July 4.
(Special.) The town and valley was
aroused this morning with the news that
the railroad station had been changed
from Bingen to White Salmon. Hence
forth you buy your tickets to White
Salmon, not to Bingen. Bingen Is no
longer on the map. The change was a
glad surprise to practically the whole
town and valley. It was the only logical
position which the North Bank people
could take. The name Bingen had no
significance to this Justly famous fruit
section. Ninety-nine per cent of the
fruit shipped this year went out as White
Salmon fruit. Outsiders could not n
derstand why there was no such place on
the railroad map. But this change elim
inates the confusion that has existed In
the minds of many people.
WINE MEN BADLY INJURED
Chapter of Accidents in Towns and
Mines About Coos Bay.
MARSHFIELD. Or., July 4.(Spe
cial.) A series of recent accidents on
Coos Bay resulted in the injury of nine
men. A part of the second floor of the
sash and door factory at North Bend
collapsed and three men were slightly
hurt. They were John Paulson, R. Ja
cobson and E. Berg. Eugene Cox, a
miner at the Beaver Hill mine, is in
the hospital. His skull was fractured
by falling coal. Will Copple. employed
at the Jeffrey place, sustained a simi
lar injury. Howard Soloman, employed
at one of the Smith logging camps, was
badly crushed by a log.
Fred Peterson and Axel Johnson, em
ployed at the Smith mill, were both
shot by the same bullet, which was
accidentally discharged from a pistol
which they were examining.
Grants Pass People Take to AVoods.
GRANTS PASS, Or., July 4. (Special.)
Kverybody celebrated today. Special
trains, automobiles, carriages and convey
ances of every description loaded to the
guards, carried jolly crowds out of town.
Between -400 and 600 went to upper valley
towns on a special train and fully that
many left for Wilderville In private con
veyances. The star Brewery's famous Hop Gold
beer is unexcelled in all respects and ia
highly recommended for its strength and
health-giving qualities. Orders for bot
tled beer receive prompt attention
Phono East 46. Home phone B 1146,
Reported Offered for Contract
at Albany. '
GROWERS ARE VERY. FIRM
Large Business Done in 1908s in
-California, . Where . Crop" Pros-'
pects Are" Less Favorable, r.
1 r- ' " -
Probable Price of Picking. " :
Interest in the hop market, which haa been
at iow ebb for several day was revived yes
terday - by rumors of 10-cent "offers for. thie
year's "contracts. The offer was reported J.o
hwft been made by an exporter who Is not
identified 'in any way with the short side of
the market and whose, interest, would .not ,be
furthered by boosting- tactics. The report
came, tram. Albany. - . .
The Oregon contract market has been de
cidedly firm since Lachmmid & Plncus ratoed
the limit on 1908a to 9 .cents, as every dealer
can testify who has had orders for contract,
A few hundred bales were taken at 9 -cents
and then the business ceased because of the
strong views of , growers. ' Offers or 9&
are said- to have been made In the past
week without interesting eellers. and this
fact makes the Albany report plausible.
Trading In spot goods, has been on a small
scale. Few Inquiries have come in and the
only business known to have been transacted
was the purchase of several small lots aggre
gating about "2p0 bales by H. I Hart at
prices ranging from 3 to 54 cents.
California advices are strong. 1. D. Jacks
of Santa, Rosa, writes that the weather Is
very unfavorable for the growing crop and he
no longer stands by his previous estimate of
85.000 bales. The high temperature has
caused the spiders to multiply, while In Sac
ramento and Medoclno the hot wlnda, which
are the worst known, have done much damage
to the vines. C. C. Donovan, of Santa Rosa,
writes that 1700 acres of hop-yards are plowed
up or neglected In California and he does not
estimate the crop at over 70,000 bales. , Sev
eral thousand bales of one-year contracts have
been made in the Sonoma. Yolo and other
districts at 9 cents and offers of IO cents for
three-year ..contracts have been turned down.
There- has been much talk among . Oregon
growers as to the probable price of picking
this season, but nothing has been done yet
to fix a standard. Western Washington
growers at a meeting recently decided to pay
75 cents and it is reported from California
that this price will also prevail there.' A
the Oregon crop will undoubtedly be smaller
than last year's and as labor is more plentiful,
it ia probable that lower prices for picking
will also rule In this 'state. ' '
Regarding the recent auction sale of 1906
Pacifies In New York City, a late report says
the quantity disposed of was 614 bales. The
goods were offered as mora -or lessv damaged
and the conditions provided for thex eals on
the basis of 200 pounds net to the bale regard
less of actual weight. . Prices averaged 314
4c, and all things considered were ex
English hop trade reports, bearing dates of
June 15 to 17 follow: .
Wild, Neame & Company, . London Business
has been very quiet during the past week
and the few transactions taking place reflect
no alteration In values. There is a pretty
general sprinkling of fly in the plantations.
Cattley, Gridiey & Company. London Tie
inquiry on the market is principally for good
hops for holding over against contingencies of
the growing crop. Such quality, however, is
very difficult to find, and prices are well
maintained. - Foreign markets are fairly active
for home consumption. Plantation reports
Manger & Heniy, London There has been
more inquiry for hops attain the last few
days, and a few lots have changed hands.
There is a general sprinkling of fly, especially
In Worcester, and some growers have already
W. H. & H. Le May. London, S. 15. The
market is quiet; only a few orders being
placed for consumption. Prices remain Arm
for best English hops.
. J. H. Meredith &. Co., Worcester Trade has
been very quiet since the holidays, but 25
pockets of growers' hops passed the public
scales on Saturday. Values remain nominally
unaltered, the lower grades being particularly
difficult to dispose of. Bine has made ex
ceptional growth, and in some early grounds
Is already over the tops of the strings. Ver
min increases, and In all the best cultivated
plantations the washing machines are busy.
CORNER OUJ CROP OREGON PRUNES
New York Operator Said to Be In Control
of the Supply.
Practically all of the left-over supply of
Oregon prunes has been cornered by a New
York Jobber, according to the New York
Commercial, of June 30, which, says:
"If was stated yesterday on good author
ity that the bulk of the old crop Oregon
prunes has passed into the control of one
of the leading East Side operators. The
stocks outside these holdings are said to
number only a few scattered cars, and
negotiations are reported in progress cover
ing the sale of between three and four cars
of 30-40s and 40-50s in 25-pound boxes. At
the. close the seller and buyer were apart
In their views, the former holding out for
a 23c Coast four-size bag basis.
"It is said that the total holdings of Ore
gon prunes In all hands here number less
than 20 cars. Recent sales were made on
the basis of 2Hc to 2c four-size bag basis
f. o. b. for October shipment. The control
of Oregon prunes on the spot was said to
be secured with the view of holding for the
early Fall trade." r
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK MARKET,
rrices Quoted Locally on Cattle, Sheep and
Business was small in the livestock mar
ket, as Is usual on holidays, and the prices
of the previous day were again quoted. The
prospects are for a steady range of values
during the coming week, as the offerings
now are of very good quality. Receipts yes
terday were 110 cattle and 80 calves.
The following prices were current on live
stock in the local market yesterday;
Hogs Best. IC.25-6.50;. mediums, $5.75
6; feeders, no demand.
Cattle Best steers, $4.25; medium, 33.75
4; common, $3.2593.50; cows, best,
3.25; medium. $2.502.75; calves, $4.505.25.
, Sheep Best sheared wethers. $3.75; mixed,
$3.253.50; Spring Jambs, $4.50(54.75.
Holiday In the. Produce Trade,
The holiday was observed in the usual way
In the produce district. The jobber's stores
were open only long enough to receive and
dispose of the limited amount of perishable
stuff received. Aside from a shipment of
loganberries In poor condition, little came in.
Practically the only sales were to hawkers,
who stocked up liberally on bananas, canta
loupes and cherries at the prices customary
for the quality of goods they buy.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Deeds Recorded Thursday.
Emma L. Butler to Samuel C. Cro.s
white et al. lots 7. 9, block 8. Rich
mond Addition $ 1,200
Marie Hahn to Arzella B. Titus, lot
12. block 1. Midway 200
w. u. isecKner ana wue to j. u. and -Sarah
MvEUer, lot-9, block 14, Mount
Tabor Villa ' 600
Mary Gould and. husband to H. M.
Abbott and wife,, lots. 3. 4. block 2. ..
Arbor" Lodee "......." 1". . 4.150
T. S. McDaniel and wife to G. F. Bern
. hardt, north 87 feet of lot "H. in.
yast Portland Heights ,zw
Samuel' A. 11 lock son to Ruth A. Block- '
eon. lot 20 and west V of lot 19,
blocic-ll, also lot 16 and west H f
lot 15. block 11. Portsmouth 10
Fred S. Morris to O. J. Willis, lot 12,
clock z, city view fans zoo
Kate E. Burney to Clarence W. Simp
son, lot 9. block "I." Fulton Park. 1,000
George W. HUlis and wife to Lee Don-
anison. l.ij acres beginning ax point
on east extension of north line of Wil
liams Addition In south east of I
Clinton Kelly donation land claim
feet east of pipe at northeast I
corner of said Wtllams Addition 400 i
Anton Miller and wife to J. W. Moxley
et al, lots 10. 30. block 32. Tremont
Angelo Mazzocco to Isabella Bmken,
right to connect water pipe for the
house on lot 8, block 73, Caruthers
to Caruthers - 75
Ainsworth National Bank to J. P. Mar
shall, lots 1. 2. 3. 4, and lots 7. to
20. block B. Meadow Pork Addition 1
Catherine Sax to Fred Sax,, lots- 15, 16.
block 8, Kerri Park ' 200
W. C. Alvord and' wife to Charles C.
Follett. lot 7. block 118. Irvington. . ' 1.200
Oak Lumbec Company to John Barney,
tot 1 and norm ox lot diock i,
' Portsmouth . 300
Frank Bode and wife- to' G, N. White,
let 7.. block -201, East Portland 3,000
Fred J. Ely and wife -to M. J. Crownee,
lots- 8, 9. block 32. Tremont Place. . . 10
B: H. NIcoll and wife to Maude Reads
Dickson, lot 1, tract "F," Green ,
" way 4 2.000
Robert R, and C. A. Gove to C- F.'
Bunker, lots 1, 2, 3, block 54, Linn
ton --...,.; ' 1
Charles Johnson to "W. H. Tuttle and
. wife, lat 13.. block 5.. Albina Heights 500
J. M. Camera and wife to Lorenzo
Semecvon, let X, of lot 1, block 4,
Henry's .Adtiitkm ,....-2,300
Walter V. Smith to Northern Counties
Investment Trust, limited, lots 7, 8,
block 6S, Caruthers Addition to Port
Agnes MacCurdy to William Lemolne.
lot 9, block 2, Stewart Park S50
Nettie L. Palmer to W. E. Mitchell, ,
lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, block 111, '
Percy Pope Dabney et al to" Minna -Thiel.
lot 13, Madison Villa 1,290
A. G. McClane and wife to Stephen T, .
Love, lot 2, McClane tract 550
ti. C. Elliott and wife to Anna Johnson
: Mertens, lots 3, 4, t block 5, Arleta
Park No. 3 625
Thomas A. Miller and wife to R. V.v
Belford et al, lot 6, block 17, City
View Park 600
Annie Myers to 5. Hatfield, south H of
. southeast of section 25, township St
north, range 2 west 800
Columbia Trust Company to August
Swaneon, lot 9, block 3," Wiberg
Columbia Trust Company to C. H.
Johnson, lot IS, block 6, Wiberg
Heights , 600
Columbia Trust Company to Otho L. .
Ferris, lot 10. block 3. Wlberr
Heights .: ' 800
Sadie M.-Cary to Elizabeth E. Lincoln.
lots 1. 2, block 6, Arleta Park No. 8 ' 10
A. Lincoln and wife to Sadie M.-Cary. -
lots 3, 4, block 6. Arleta Park No. 3 - 10
C. M. Hitchcock and wife to James
Cunningham, lots. 10, 11, block 8,
Watt's subdivision of lot 4. Fruit-
vale . . 600
W. M . Graves to James Cunningham,
lot 13. block 3. Watt's subdivision of -
lot 4. Fruttvale -.-......i . 10
Rom H. eber to M. Schnltzer, west ,
30. feet Of lots 3.. 4. block 70.- Caru
thers to Caruthers , 950
S. A. DIel to W. L. Dlel and wife, lots .
15. 16. block 8. Abend's Addition to
Albina : 1.
R. E. Menefee and wife to Mildred
Kendall. 50x70 feet of lot 13. block 22. -
Albina . .850
Jn. T. Hargrove and wire -to Bank or
Sherwood, 40 feet off west end of lot- 5 ,
And 44 foAt nff tb-ocrt And nf Int ft
block 9, Arleta Park No. 3 ' 1
a. G. Cblton and wife to August Erick-
aon cttM P'" and Q'' htorrk 1. Rnh
Roy Addition ....! ...... i"
B. I. Holbrook -and wife to B. Hol
brook. lots 2. 3. block 3. Marenira Ad-.
dition to St. John . " i'
G. Morgan to Ella L. Woodward, :
lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9. 10, block 3, ;
Midway, also south 30 feet of north ,
230 feet of West 100 feet of block 30.
A. D. fwik to R. M. Cook, undivided
ot'iot 4, block 14, Woodlawn... 1
Rose City Park Associa.tton to Arnoid
C. Ebert. lot 8. bloclT 110. Rose City
S. and H. Hatfield to Melville G.
Bailey, south of southeast 4 of
section 25. township north, range
2 west 1
Sarah C. Parke to Merchants Savings
. &. Trust Company. . lots In. Ross Ad
dition to- Sellwood X
Portland Trust Company of Oregon to
Georfre Bartness. lot 8. block 4. Tre
mont Place 80
1 J. H. Dakln and) wife to Samuel D.
White, lot 2. block 1. Oaks Knoll
Annex Addition 2,500
1 A. Newton to Hattie J. Webster,
lots 5. 6. block 28. Piedmont Addi
H. A. Plttinger and wife to Emma Coss,
south 33 1-3 feet of north 66 2-3 feet
of lots 17. 18. block 2. subdivision of
tract "K.' in M. Patton tract 2,000
Ev L. Aiken and wife to Louue
Schoppe. lot 12, block 22. Multnomah
Aloys Harold to William O. Mast, lot
4, block 1; east y of lot 6, and all
of lots 7, 8V 0, block 8, Burfleld Ad
dition Mount Tabor Investment Company to
Sam uel W. Moore, lots 9. 23. 24.
block 11, . Kensington 258
William O. Mast to L. L. Jenks, lot
4, block 1, and east of lot 6,
and all of lots 7. .8. 9. block 8. Bur
fleld Addition ' 1
Daniel Harris and wife to J. V.
Moxlev and wife. lots 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
block 41 1,200
C. L. Tomlinson to Katherlne A. '
Reazor, north 50 feet of lot 12 and
west 25 feet of north 60 feet of lot
11. block 6, Park View Addition... 2,000
Helen E. Jones and wife to S. M. Mar
ber, east 90 feet of lot 2 and all of
lot 18. block 6, Cloverdale Extension
Frank H. Balllie and wife to U. D.
Shafer and wife, lots 9. 10. 11. block
6, Tremont Park 600
Or) and Zeek and wife to W. A. Proc
tor, lots 3. 4. block 1. Carlson First
C. N. Rankin and wife to Martha B.
Smith, south of tract 27. Hazle-
wood .' 1,500
Alexander T. Poole and wife to Boone
Cason et al. lot 8. block 88. Sell
wood '. 665
J. B. Smith and wife to W. I and
M. M. Dlel, northeast of . north
east 14 and south y of northeast
y of section 35, township 1 north,
range 4 east, excepting 2-3 acre
deeded to' Columbia Grange
William H. Northrop et al to Samuel
Terrill. lot 7. tract "B": Northrop
Rosa H. Weber to Hyman Israel, lots
1, 2, excepting west 2 feet of said
lot. and lots 8, 4, block 70, Caru
thers Addition to Caruthers Addi
tion, excepting west 30 feet of said
lots 3. 4. excepting right of way for
sewer , 4.050
Deeds Recorded Friday.
Robert Catlln to Mary F. Wrinkle,
block 23, James John's Second Add. '
to St. John .....$
Richard Williams et al. to John An
drew, land beginning at northeast
comer of lot 3. block 294. S. Cof
fin's Add. . v
Portland Trust Company of Oregoa
to Miles W. Wllkins. lot 3. block
135, Woodstock 500
William H. Reed and wife to Charles
Coopey, lots 1, 2. 3. 4, section 12,
and N. of N. E. i of Sec. 13, T.
1 N., R. 5 E 5,
Richard Williams to Anna L. Rankin,
lots 3 and 4. block 2iH, City
Anna L. Rankin to John Andrew,
lots 3 and 4. block 294, S. Coffin's
A. McCalman to M. A. Fanning, lot
5, block 1, Colllnge Add
John T. Foulkes and wife to James
Blanc lot 13. block 22. Lincoln
J. E. Guler to John Hemming, lot
8. block 13, Clifford Add 450
R. W. Fisher et al. to Al lan D.
Hutchina lot 12. block 1 Fisher's
Subdiv. of lot 2, Glenwood Park... 300
R. W. Fisher et al. to George F. Kev
ins, lot 15. block' 1. Fisher's Subdiv.
of lot 2, Glenwood Park 325
James P. Andrews and wife to Rob
ert P. Wricht. lots 1 and 2. block
9. Cloverdale Extension 1,200
i'ritiiip A. tingle ana wire to Jaura
B. Beckner. south half of lots 1
and 2. block 1, Montavllla 1,400
A. M. Lull and wife to E. D. Kings
ley, lots 14 and 15. block 7. Laurel-
wood Park 415
W. A. Hideout and wife to Adam
LIttlf. lot 25. block. 7. Highland
Seldon L. Simpson and wife to Grace
E. Wolcott, east half of lots 8 and
9. block 7, Paradise Springs Tract;
a!so a strip 100 feet long and 12
feet wide lying between east line
of said lots 8 and 9 and the west
line of a tract known as Spring
William E. Bralnard and wife to
Aliee J. Harris, lot 6, block 6,
Terminus Add. 450
R. L. Stevens to S. C. Priestley, lots
5, 6, and 7. block 9, Foichase Add. 3
R. L. Stevens to S. C. Priestly, lot
8, block 9. Fbxchase Add 2
J. C. Ainsworth and wife to William
Wilson Robinson et ai. lots 12 and
13. block 4..0afctrurrt ; 400
H. B. 'hase and wife to Lizzie A. -
j Richards, south 10 Xeet of lot 16
nd north 20 feet of lot 17, block
- 11.. King's Second Add, 2.050
Margaret White to L. B. Menefee. lots
1, 2, S and 4. block 82, Carter's
. Add to Portland: also a strip 10
feet wide lying east of said lots. ... 10
Oscar West land and wife to Narcla
Bail Shearer, lot 10, block 1 South
"Sunnyslde . . . - - 804
X. C Robinson to. Florence K. J. Rob
inson, lois 18 and 20, block 7. lots
86 and 38, block 31, Irvington Park 1C
City of Portland to Katherine Nel
son lot 3, block 106, . Stephen's
Add. ..: -
Katherlne Nelson to T. C. Throndsen,
lot 3, block 106, Stephen's Add. ... 1,000
Robert S. Cos and w If e to Adam
Lettig, lot 2tt, block i, mgniana
Park ' 500
B. M. Lombard and wife to John
Gloyn, lots 26 and 2. block 20,
Railway Add. to Montavllla 200
B. M. Lombard and wife to Bessie
Burnee. lots 28 and 29. block 20.
Railway Add. to Montavllla 200
Keeper Madep and wife to Otto.
Peirce et, al. lots 10, 11 ana iz,
block 11 Willamette , 2.200
Paul Rothlisberger to -J. A ' Gutzen, -
lot 23. block 3. Laureiwooa Annex.. t oou
Carles Kohn and wife to James T., ;
Burtchaell, lot .11, block 13, K.ing s
Second Add. v 1
Jamee.. T.- Burtchaell .and wife to t
Frank J. Hutchings, lot 11, Diock
13. Kind's Second Add. 4.250
Francis Wtest and wife to Sophia A. r
Riedle, west .5 feet - of lot s ana ;
.all of lot 9, block 22, Ctty; View. ,
Security Savings & Trust Company to
wattle .Livingstone,. 101 u, diock iv.
Belle Crest .10
John W. Stiger to Ellen Stiger, lota
zo ana so, diock, . Aneta far. .
No: 2 1 10
Portland Realty & Trust Company to
Elise -Bollinger, lot Ztt, bloc 2,
Laurelwood Park . . ; ; : . . " 1
University Land Company to John
S., Ready, lots 11. XZ ajid., 13, .block-
2. . Portsmouth 675
Electric Land Company to John
Read r. lot 8. b ock 11. Portsmouth. 200
George W. Joseph and wife to W.
ai. iiorsnne ana wire, tois 2 ana
8. block 15. Glencoe Park 150
Clinton O. Webster and wife to R. A.
Eva, west half of lots 5 and 6,
block 295. Hawthorne Park ' 4,750
R. A. Eva and wife to A. H. Birrell,
west half of lots 5 and 6, block
295. Hawthorne Park 825
Union Trust & Investment Company to
R. Jacobsen. lots 2 ana 3. block
38. Couch's Add. 85.000
B. M. Lombard and wife to T. M.
C. A. lot 4. block 5. Havelock 1
C. B. Webb and wife to E. Sink,
lot 3. block 15, South St. John.... 3.500
D. I. Filley to B. J. Guiett, lots 8.
6. 7. 17, 18, 19 and 20, . block 1,
Fillev Park 1.850
Finlay McKercher to R. W. Turner,
lots it ana i, diock x, uoncora
J. E. Michael and wife to Gertrude
E. Bowe, - lots 3 and 4, block 54,
Gertrude B. Bowe to John W. Camp- . ,
beli, lots a ana , diock a, seu-
wood. ' . ' 1.750
Henry Brown and wife to William
Horscnun, lot 1, djock a, strow-
bridge Add . 450
T. S. McDaniel' and wife, to Harry
M. Smith and wife,, lot ' 5, block
8, Park View Ext 1.800
L. E.. DeCew and wife to Mary T.
Llttleneld, east Half or lots 11 ana
12, block 62, Vernon 2,100
Security Savings & Trust Company
to T. H. Starbuck et al., lots 8
andT 9, block 8. Parkhuret Add.... 10
George McKenzle and wife to Rena
V. Llndeey, lot 16, block 14, St.
' John's Add. to St. John 825
George Sorenson and wife to F. P.
Mays, undivided half of lot 18,
block 5. Wilspn's. Add. 1
Simon Wehrman to Hans Therkelson,
, lots 5, 6y 7 and 8. block 2, Naples .
Ernest E. " Lang and wife to- Martin
r Retilns et al., lots 8 Jtnd 4, block
2, North Albina 8,800
Ellis G. Hushes and- wife to Joseph
P. Menefee, lots 1 and 2 block 36,
Irvington ;.. r.. 3.000
James A. Gibson et el. to Jessie Hob-
- son,- lot 6. block .44. Carter's A5d. .
to Portland,, excepting west i75,
6. H. Guild and wife- to Louis P. ,
Beno- et al., lot 14, block 17, Gold
smith's Add . 10
Melinda, E, Morgan to John Knapp,
'Subdiv. "G" and "H" of lot 8,
blogk..7, Portland Homestead - 1,200
O. W. P. Townslte Company to Rob-
ert M. fcFuinklin, lot 2, jgtock 19,
K City Vtew Park W: 250
Ella E. Bybee to Frank .Klesner and
wife. Jot S, block 1, City Yiew
New ton L. Gilham and wife to C. B.
Shepard. lots 12 14 and 16, blocfi 2,
Gil ham's Second Add 5
Frank Bunting and wife to J." W.
Grusst, trustee, lots 13 and 14,
block 6, Edendale 650
Security Savings A Trus Company
to Jesse Walrath. lot 12 and west
10 feet of lot 13, block 14. John
Irving's First Add 10
Otto Michael sen and wife to James
Driscoll and wife, lot 7, block 6,
Lincoln Park Annex 10
Charles Burton end wife- to H. E.
Grim, lot 10 and north half of lot
11, Orchard Homes 505
H. A. Plttenger and wife to Eliza
beth A. Mack; north 33 1-3 feet of
lots 17 and 18, block 2, subdivision
of Tract "K" in M. Patton Tract..
H. J. Pulfer and wife to C. T. LII
lard, lot 1, block 3, Brown's Add
Aline M. Rogers to C. C. Shay, lot
4 Block 17, Creston
William Ferguson et al. to Robert
Gardner, lot 5, block 13, King's
Wauna Land Company to Ipalah .
Buckman, land beginning at point
on 60Uth line of East Everett street
100 feet east of east line of East
Francis L. Kelley and wife to
, Srethna S. Phelps, south half of 10
acres beginning at a point 200.7 feet
south of center of N. E. of Sec.
28. T. 1 N.. R. 2 E
Frank Klesner and wife to G. A.
Seeeer, lot ,0, block 29, Feurer's
Albrecht Fisher and wife to David
Clasner. west half of lots 1 and 2.
block 69, Sellwood 1,300
uay inriernt to Jonn A. uoode. lot
20, block 14. Arleta Park No. 2... 175
John Henry velie to Margaret Elsie
Velie, lot 2, block 4, Council Crest
M. W. Parelius and wife to Alois Ho
ran, 40x80' feet, beginning at. point
on north line of block B," First
Add to Holadav Park Add.. 40 feet
east of lot 16, paid block "B" 3,500
iitie tiuarantee & Trust company
to Cella A. Davidson, lots 1, 2, 3,
4, block 38. Berkeley
M. B. Potter and wife to Charles
Lomerlne' et al., lots 19 and 20,
block 1, Havelock
Charles Lomerlne et al. to Ben and
Q. K. Rlesland, undivided one-third
of lots 19 and 20, block 1, Have
lock R. P. Birks and wife to Mary C.
C. Seaborg. lot 6. block 16. Ver
Bm your abstracts made try the Security
aoecracs Trust Co.. 7 Chamber oS Ooss.
Rumors Annoy Edward.
LONDON, July 4. (Special.) Kin Ed
ward is very much annoyed by rumors
We treat all diseases and weaknesses of men, such as Varicocele,
Hydrocele, Rupture, Nervous Debility, Blood Poison, Skin Diseases,
Contracted Ailments, Gleet, Stricture, Kidney and Bladder Troubles,
and all diseases common to men.
We have added to our office equipments, for the benefit of our pa
tients, a FREE MUSEUM of Anatomy and gallery of scientific won
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of man, showing the body in health and disease, and many nat
Men make no mistake when they come to us. We give you the re-1
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If you cannot call, -write for self-examination blank.. Hours 9 A. M.
to 8 P. JI. dally. Sundays 8 to la only.
OREGON MEDICAL INST, nk
Portland Construction Company
OF PORTLAND, OREGON
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS QF ELECTRIC.
, RAILR.0ADS, . POWER -GENERATING
1 PLANTS . AND CONCRETE DAMS.
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
Par Value $100.00 Per Share.
SIOO.OOO PREFERRED, $400,000 COMMON
This company has contracts for the-construction
of 200 miles of electric railway . throrugh Gilliamr .
' Wheeler, : Wasoo, Crook and Grant counties; also
contracts for concrete and steel dams, on the John
Day and the Deschutes rivers; .also, for concrete 4
' work on bridges and' buildings amounting to over
' These projects are being : financed 'by a- bond
-issue of the Wasco County Electric & Water-Power
Co. to the amount of $15,000,000, and the money se
cured from the sale of this bond issue will be de
voted to the payment of the above-mentioned con
tracts. We Offer $100,000 of the Preferred
Stock of This Company, Paying 8 Per
Cent Per Annum, at $92 Per Share;
Guaranteed by contract with the promoters to turn
over to a trust company twice the amount of the par
value of this stock in bonds of the Wasco County
Electric & Water-Power Co., to be held in' escrow
as security for the payment of this stock at the end
of 10 years. A sinking fund to retire this $100,000
of stock at the end of 10 years being a stipulation in
the preferred stock, which will pay, as above men
tioned, 8 per cent dividends per annum.
This stock controls the entire assets of the com
pany. The money secured from the sale of this pre
ferred stock will be used for the purchase of equip
ment and for actual construction of 40 miles of
grading, and contractors' skeleton railroad to haul
material for construction of power dam at the John
Day :.-iver, and for all other purposes incident to the
carrying forward of the work involved in these con
tracts. "We can recommend this stock to be a first-class
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that he is apt at times to experience a
certain amount of difficulty In hearing
what is said by persons who do not enun
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that he is becoming deaf Is absurd.
Queen Alexandra, howe'ert Is almost
unable to hear unless you shot Into her
ear, and is very sensitive about It. She
hasV"ln fact, become quite an expert In
lip-reading, and sees rather than hears
what is said around her.
E. V. P. Paul tells In the July Sun
set Magazine what enterprise and
brains are doing in the canons and
forest clearings of Mendocino County
in the way of raisins fruit an article
well worth reading.
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:" Tally round trip, Astoria and way
landings', leaves foot Washington at. 7
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