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STUDENT ACTORS BURMED
Two Girls Perish When Dresses
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 30. Amidst smil
ing Jack-o'-lanterns and while making
merriment for tne audience during a
Halloween entertainment at Lbretto
Academy, a Catholic boarding school for
Kirla here, last nipht. Miss Virginia Owen
and Miss Mamie Tinman, student-actors,
were so severely burned that they died
from their injuries today. Miss Mary
Maley was severely burned while en
deavoring to save her schoolmates. A
panic was narrowly averted.
All the girl actors wore light Esqui
maux costumes, covered with cotton to
represent snow, when the cotton was set
afire by a jack-o'-lantern being lighted.
After the tableau had started. Miss Owen
tripped over a jack-o'-lantern and in a
second the flames spread to the other
girls and decorations.
n.ULY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, rvt. SO- Maximum tempera
ture 5- 7 d jrreeit; minimum. 4.1.9 dfBre.
itlvtr reaJtnt. ' A. M.. 4 feet; ohanse In last
24 hours. .-" foot. Total rainfall 15 P. M. to
R P M.l. inch; total sin- September I.
H'"9 2.57 inches: normal. f..'l" inchee; de-f-iency
in--h. Total sunshine October
rone: rvibe, hours. 1- minutM.
I'sp.nK'tf r irv.iucoi to sea-level), at 5 P. M.,
Lit i-0 Inches.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
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WEATHER CONDITIONS. -
Another storm ha appeared off Cape Flatter-,
moving rapldiv aoutheainiyard. It has
ou-'cd r.t'.n along the coast from Cape Men
ioclno northward, with brisk to hiRh south
erly wiB'ln or? the OreBon and Washington
roasts. The Horm over I'tah thU morning
Is nK.vlng rapidly eastward, causing snow In
Southern Idaho 'and Utah. An area of hlh
pressure has moved northeastward over Cali
fornia, and Nevada. There haa been a rapid
fall In temperature over Southern Idaho and
Northern Utah and a rise tn the Sacramento
Valley. Elsewhere the changes have been
llht. Southeast sturm warnings' are dls
piaved along the co.ist from Marshfleld north-.
Conditions are favorable for general ra!n
In thia olstrlct Sunday, with brisk to high
southerly wirolj along the cuast.
Portland and vicinity Rain Sunday; south
erly wlnos. , , , . ,
Oregon Rain Sunday; southerly winds, high
along the cowt. , ' , .
Washington Rain Sunday; southerly winds;
high a:or.if the coast.
Idaho Rain or now Sunday.
f, H WTM.S'V, Forea.-:er
CLASSinSD ADVEETISINQ BATE
In Eflert November 1, 190S.
Daily or bunday.
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hauie ad three cnieculiv times 3e
banie ad six or xvesi conieeutlve times. .64io
Hi words count as one line on casb al
vcrUfccmeett and no ad counted for less
than two lines. HbrD an advertlsemeat la
Dot run conaccutlvo times the ooa-tlme rate
The above rates arply to advertlaemenU
under ".New Today" and all other daaalnca
tinns excepting' tile following:
Mtuatious Vauted. Male.
Mtuuiioos Wauled, leiaale.
Kor Kent. Koui!. Private Families,
Rooms and Hoard. Private 1 wnlllrn.
Housekeeping Rooms. Private lanilllea.
The rate of (lie alove clauiuralion Is 7
cruts a line each Insertion.
spare In the "New Today" columns la
figured by measure enlv I lines to the
""lO OrT-OP-TOWX PATRONS The Ore
Konian will receive copy by mall, provided
sufficient remittance lor a definite number
of Issues is sent. Acknowledgment of sues)
remittance will be forwarded promptly.
On chance of book advertisements the
rbara-e will be based on the actual nniWi't
of lines appearing in the paper, regardless
of the Dumber of words In each line.
In case box otTlce addree Is required. ose
regular form given, and count this as part
of the ad. Answers to adertLsementH will
be forwarded to patrons, provided self-addressed
stamped envelopes are furnished.
A receipt will be given for alt pald-ln-advanee
advertising. 1 he Orca-onlan will not
undertake to correct errors or refund money
unlMs this receipt Is returned.
I'nal CHUKChLfT BROS., wood and co.
"' dealers. oCEi and yard l&tn. ud
MarliaIL phones Main 93 L A 3931.
1'lnrict Cal Fiowara always fresh from
lUIlSLour own conservatories Martin
A Forbos Co., HI WaaolngtoB t
p-.i Richmsnd and WallMnd Anstrallaa.
vUnl independent Coal A Ic Com pa ay.
oppostts Dty l.lhrarr oth ptaon
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
' PRESIDENT. Mam Stst.
stCRKlaKV. Man lit
HIMANE OFFICIB. East 4T?.
pOWKI.Ier-ln lr-liaiii. (Kl"lr So, Dr. . T.
M..eii. Funeral notice later
S ; i! i h i I- id
.wi;'',,y,;vf, . .V
Balance Long Time at 6 on or Before
i t.A nxvoAA a hnvp terms If taken before January 1, 1910.
1913 or bal ttwo.
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"Watch OVERLOOK Grow"
WHY? We have now the best car ser-
vice in the city, we are on a hundred foot
boulevard, we sell you a lot for $1000 com
plete with all improvements no extra, no
bonding. Broadway Bridge will help, as it
brings us nearer to the heart of the West
Side. Don't be surprised if values double
in less than a year.
OVERLOOK LAND COMPANY
Office 207 Burnside Street
Agents on the Ground
Flats and Stores
Several five and six-room flats antl two stores are near
ing completion at corner of Gibbs and AVater streets, and
reservations may now be made. Flats have porcelain baths,
all modern plumbing, and every convenience known to up-to-date
apartments, and will rent from $20 up. There is a
pood opening for a small hardware store and also a dry
goods and notion store in this neighborhod. There are al
ready in the block a drug store, meat market, grocery, barber
shop, confectionery and shoe shop, which tends to prove this
to be a good business center. On carline, five-minute service.
For particulars inquire of druggist, corner Front and Gibbs
or I Gevurtz, 173-175 First street.
BUILD AN APARTMENT HOUSE
OR A FLAT
A New Building Will Rent or Sell at Sight
It is the older buildings that are passed over by the Investor and the
j u wuuiu iay " i DuiiitTiiiiiijs - -
ase an apartment-house for a lone term of years.
Monev loaned for huililinK purposes. Artistic residences and bunga
iws our specialty. All plans and specifications free of all charge.
Houses built small payment down balance liko rent.
Arch Herts and Builders.
43-414 Lumbermen's) BldK.
I O O F. The iceneral relief committea
ill meet at OddMlovrs Temple. 141 s Kirst
street, corner Alder, to cor.durt the funeral
of our late brother Emner c. Wlsmer. of
Porter Lodpe. No. .nf I. p O. K.. Oakland.
Cal. Members of the order are Invited to
meet with us at 11:30 o'clock A. M.. when
we will proceed to the Crematorium, bell
wood ears, xihere the service of our order
will be conducted, after which the remains
will be cremated. ' Services at 11.-30.
J. C. JAMUSON. Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12. A. F.
AND A M. A lecial comlnun.ca
tlun wlli be held on Monday, at 8:15
' M. for the purpose of conductinK
the funeral f our Iste brother. Isani
White. Members are requested to
i -1 ... . v..t.Mn anionic. Br or-
dcr of the W. M.
EILER8 RECITAL II AT. I for hl?h-c ass
recitals. lectures. meetings; splendidly
llihted. ventilated, heated, free from street
noises, seating iiOO; equipped with pipe
organ, grand pianos and automatic musical
devices. Kor rates apply Adv. Dept.. 2d
Boor. Ellers rlano House. 3J3 Washington st.
LINCOLN ANNUITY t'NION There will
ba a joint meeting of Portland Asserablv.
No 2t. and Columbia Assembly. No. ..
In Easles' Hall. Second and Yamhill streets.
Mondav evening. November 1. to welcome
Supreme President Ernest Dudcn. Members
requested to be present.
CENTENNIAL COUNCIL. NO. 1311.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY
The sick benefit members are requested to
meet In the Hamilton bldg.. 129H Third St..
room 17. Monday evening. Nov. 1. By order
ol president 'Holm.
trNRISE LODGE. NO. 1"."'. L A to B.
of R. T.. would like to C V. B. A. guest at
their military whist and dancliig party tnt
urdav. November u. In hall No. 3. W. O.
Temi,le. 128 r-leventh street. Cards, 8 13.
MAffABKES. MI-LTNOMAH TENT 67
cisl Tuesday eve. Nov. :'. Cards and
- cum m ii&a
THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 31, 1909.
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Phone Main GOOO.
Corner Fifth and Stark Sim.
MEKTIXt. MITK liS,
ROYAL CIRCLE. NO .VJ. W. O. W.
500. whist and dance. Wciinesday evening.
November :. Woodman Temple, 12$ llttl
st. Ten dollars season prizes and six even
ing prizes. Fox orchestra. Admission 10c
Cards :45 sharp. COMMITTEE.
ASTRA CIRCLE Whist snd 500 will be
played next Thursday evening in the Wood
men bhig.. 12H 11th at. Prizes f"r both. Re
freshments and good orchestra for dancing.
Admission 2".v. COMMITTEE.
KKKCE The funeral services of the late
Sherrod W. Reece will be held at the
chapel of the Portland Crematorium at 2
P. M. today (Sunday). Friends invited. .
Donning. McKntce Cllbaugb. Funeral
Directors. 7th and l'ine. l'liono Main 43U.
Lady Asslstatit. Office of County Coroner.
EDWARD IIOLMAN CO.. Fnneral Direct
ors. 220 3d st. Lady Assistant. Phone M. 607.
J. P. FINLEY SON. 3d and Madison,
Lady attendant. Pbone Main U. A 16!)0.
McENTEF.-EKM'KSON CO. Undertakers;
lady assistant. 4U9 Alder. M. G13S.
EAST SIDE FunerM IMrectors. snrressors
to t. H. DtinuuiK. Inc. E. S. B 8525.
ZEI.LE8-BYRNE8 CO.. Funeral Direct
ors. ZT Kussell. Both phones. Lady assistant
I.KKCH I ndertnkrr.. 420 - East Alder.
Phones East 781. U ffcsa. I.sdr assistant.
INGLESIDE PARK .
$130 to 'J0 a lot. S10 down. $5 a month
732 Maruam Buildins;,
WANTED Experienced salesmen. Good
year Raincoat Co.. 22.1 Morrison et
WANTED" Experienced salesladies. Good
year llaincoa- Co., 22i lorrison st.
At SALMON ST.. corner 10th St..
the furniture, etc.. of the late Mr. Kohn,
comprising large pier glass, walnut sec
retary BOOKCASE. HAND-CARVi-D
OAK CHAIR with red leather seat, par
lor chairs, lounges, oak sideboard, sev
eral nictures. walnut bedroom suites.
onrina nH matire.SSPS. WOOL BL.AN-
i KETS and other bedding, extra wide
I WALNUT CHIFFONIER, mantel clock, (
i cane chairs separate dressers. Cooker
. . nA i . ; . . l . . . .. .1 1 "j o I
curtains, stepladder. garden hose and
other effects. SALE STARTS AT 10
BAKER & SON, Auctioneers.
ON TUESDAY NEXT
We are instructed by Mr. E. U Street
to sell the furnishings, etc.. of his pri
vate home REMOVED TO OITR SALES
ROOMS for convenience of sale at Ui
PARK ST., comprising beautiful DA -EXPORT
covered in i leather, parlor
rockers, UPRIGHT PIAXO in quarter
oak case, just :i new as the furniture,
bookcase and desk. LADY'S SECRE
TARY in golden wax finish, several
room-size RUGS, PRETTY IRON BED.
good springs and mattresses, feather pil
lows and beddiner. Princess and other
DRESSERS. CHIFFONIERS, oval French
plate MIRROR 1Sx40, quarter-oak DINING-ROOM
SUITE (right up to date),
hall tree, gas range, linoleum, kitchen
cabinet and other effects.
AIO THE FOLLOWING FURNI
TURE: Large LEATHER ROCKER, li
"brary table, roll-top DESK, bookkeeper's
desk, office tables and chairs, etc Sale
will start with office furniture at 10
O'CLOCK (SHARP) on TUESDAY NEXT
at 162 PARK ST.
BAKER & SON, Auctioneers.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
At our salesrooms we shall have several
consignments of good furniture for pos
itive Bale at auction. SALE STARTS
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
BAKER & SON. Auctioneers.
NOTE. "We have received a car of
Eastern Dressers, which we would be
pleased to have you call and examine If
you need a good article at a fair price.
Don't fail to see them. They are finished
In the golden wax on genuine quarter
sawed oak. This in our retail depart
ment, where we sell new goods all the
time, at 152 Park st.
GEO. BAKER & CO.
East Taylor Street
No. 590 East Tavlor St.. between 14th
and loth, swell modern, 6-room house, 2,
fireplaces, furnace, fine Improvements,
full lot, nice lawn and roses, street work
paid, good neighborhood and easy walk
ing distance. J1000 cash, 25 per month:
worth J5&00; a snap. See It today, then
31T Board of. Trade Bldg.. 4th and Oak.
100x200 feet, between Tillamook and
Thompson streets, for J3200. Beautiful
building sites. This Is an offering
which will hold good only for a short
time. All street improvements and con
crete sidewalks in. Close to car. Don't
fail 10 investigate this.
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE CO.,
248 Alder Street.
On United Railways
2" miles from Turlington, 50 acres of
land. The carline horseshoes on the
place. We can deliver this land at J12o
per acre. How about this time for an
investment. Surely you can't blame
times or opportunity If you die poor,
when such opportunities are offered to
you. To be had at
C. F. PFLUGER & CO.
Rooms 4-6 Mulkey Bid.. 3d and Morrison.
20th and Lovejoy
100x100. on tho N. E. corner of Lovejoy
50x100. adjoining. '
Can make a price on these properties
that will interest you.
No phone Information.
EDW. P. MALL CO.
309-310 Abington Bldg.
MUST SELL QUICK!
That swell 8-room modern home and
garage and 100x114 on the southwest cor
ner of East 20th and East Ash streets.
Hurry. Some one will beat you to it.
Price and terms will sell it quick.
EDW. P. MALL CO.
309-310 Abington Bldg.
OFFERS THIS WEEK
Modern 6-room house, centrally located,
near East Morrison carline, will sell at a
great bargain this week. Must be sold.
5-acra tract near in. near caitline. will
sell 15 per cent cheaper than adjoining
lands have been sold at
F. W. TORGLER, 106 Sherlock Bldg.
Have a few attractive and safe Invest
ments In business property with a great
future. You will do well to Investigate.
F. FUCHS. 211 Morrison St.
100 feet business property on Hawthorna
ave.. Income. Best bargain in Portland;
FREDERICK C. FORBES,
r.lii Lumbermens, Fifth St.
WANTED TO RENT.
Small furnished house or flat, close in
on West Side, bv family of two adults and
two children: prefer vicinity of I.add
School. Address, giving full particulars,
to E 302. Oregonlan.
W.'NTED Room (with board preferred) by
two vouns nten (Drotners). wnn
tl ought. liberal-thlnkinir family: rent
reuscnable and not over 10 minutes' walk
Irom Posmrfice; no Catholics or reliirioua
cranks need answer. E 60S. Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED salesman and others, wlll
Inc to learn the real estate business, big
Inducements to hustlers. Call between 10
and 13. Woodlawn Orchard Co., Inc., 505
&0i Henry bldg., 4th and Oak sts.
IN CITY, No. 2i7 W. Park at., C C. Palmer
has a cedar fence for sale at your own
price, there .Is in all 22i feet long, all
good as new Call any time, you can see
It. C. C. Palmer.
WANTED In vicinity of Portland Academy.
2 nice furnished or unfurnished rooms on
first flour, with board for business man.
wife and 2 children. Address E 504. Ore
WANTED Experienced girls to work on
men's coats, and good buttonhole makers.
United Coatmakcrs. S3 Fifth st.
CANDYMAKER'S tools and candy store flx
tures. Call at 203 Alder. Mr. Cohen.
BOY 18 years old, to work In store. Arply
171 3d st.
TWO furnished and four unfurnished rooms.
SUi N. 17th St.. near lxjvejoy.
(Consignment from the East)
Nov. 4th, at 126 Second Street, Be
tween Washington and Alder,
at 10 A. M.
This fine stock of valuable furs in
cludes coats, capes, muffs, collars,
etc., in latest designs. Now on exhi
bition at place of sale, 126 2d street.
S. L, N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
AT GILMAN'S SALESROOMS
No. 126 Second Street, Between
Washington and Alder.
includes splendid rugs in Axmiuster
and Brussels, pure Wilton rug, fine
oak extension tables, dining chairs,
leather couch and leather rocker, oak
rockers',' chairs, curtains, portieres,
1000 fine white and colored blankets,
the best bed comforters (sateen and
Also sale on Friday, 10 A. M., at
126 Second st. ,
Also valuable furs, Wednesday.
Also, at private sale, the Emmet
stock umbrellas,, bedding, sweaters,
hosiery, overshirts, underwear. At
126 Second street. Call in and share
S. L. N. GILMAN, Manager.
At 211 First Street
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
At 10 A. M. Sharp
For positive sale Tuesday 4 Navajo
rugs, various sizes, beadwork. drawn
work, hand-made sofa cushion tops,
wedgewood ware, filigree pieces, silk
patchwork for qiults, brass candlesticks,
antique jewel cases, violin, hand-made
pillow shams and many ancient and an
tique articles, as well as a full line of
up-to-date house furnishings of various
designs and quality. Come early. Best
goods sold first at 211 First street.
THURSDAY NEXT. 10 A. M.
We will sell a complete stock of furni
ture, just as good as nsw. as well as
other Items you can't find elsewhere.
You are welcome at 211 First street.
Private Residence, 61 N. 9th St.
THURSDAY NEXT, 2 P.M.
We will sell the complete furnishinRS
of this 7-room residence, including all
the comforts, sheets,, blankets, pillows.
Iron beds complete, dressers, commodes,
lace curtains, center tables, couches,
carpets, cookstove. heater, wardrobes,
bookcase, chinaware, beautiful chiffo
nier, a Windsor bookcase, folding bed
with large mirror and other items too
numerous to mention. Sale 2 P. M. sharp.
Best eoods sold first. 4
FORD BROTHERS, Auctioneers.
If you want the most for cash for what
you have to sell, TALK TO US.
Main 8951, -A 2443.
173-175 Second St. Cor. Yamhill
Regular Sales Days
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Each Day at 10 A. M.
We shall sell a general assortment of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, office
desks and chairs, carpets, rugs, linoleum,
steel ranges, heating stoves and other ef-
feGOODS SOLD AT PRIVATE SALK at
ail terms; general assortment of GRO
CERIES, CLOTHING. ROOTS and
SHOES, etc., at our store, 173 Second st.,
adjoining auction room sold daily at
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
Cash paid for furniture, etc. If you
have anything to sell call Main 1KI6,
Sales at WoodarcTs
201 Second Street, Cor. Taylor
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
Each Day at 2 P. M.
Our sales Include fine golden oak buf
fet, square extension table, chairs, fine
Davenport and Morris chair, chiffoniers,
dressers, stands, brass and iron beds, of
fice furniture, stoves, china closets and
fine oak hall tree, sewing machines, car
pets, dishes and kitchen utensils. Cash
paid - for furniture, etc. Phone Main
8078. Goods sold at private sale at out
store, corner 2d and Taylor sts.
Finely 'improved property bringing
big income on the amount Invested.
There is no better proposition offered
the investor today than thia.
R. F. BRYANT,
SOS Chamber of Commtree.
A neat and most complete new- resi
dence in this popular district, large
rooms and sleeping porch, elegant light
ing fixtures and shades, near car. It
must be sold. Therefore the price is low.
One-half cash down. Owner. Y 606, -Ore-gonian.
WANTED Newspaper carriers In every part
of th cltv to file applications for Ore
gonlan routes. Room 203 Orcgonian bldit.
50x100 oil Washington st.
close in. Pays 6 per cent.
50x80 on Sixth st. near
Stark. Good buy for future.
00x100 on Washington
st. Good improvements, and
pavs fair interest on money.
75x100, half block from
Washington st., east of 16th.
100x100 oil Morrison and
16th, Can ge't 8 per cent net
70x98 on Washington st.
Good locality for 4-story
brick. Will pay 81,. per cent
50x100 on 10th st. Can
lease for 3 -ears at 10' per
cent. Only 2 blocks from
Olds & King.
69x100 on Washington st.
A fine apartment-house site.
75x100 on 13th st. near
Main. Apartment site.
25x100 on 3d near Glisan,
at end of new bridge.
KEASEY- HUMASON -JEFFERY
14 Chamber of Commerce,
Seven-Room House on a Half Acre
25 Minutes Out on a. Good Car-
- line; $500 Down, Easy Terms
This modern home has 4 large bed
rooms, clothes closet and reception hall,
bath, living and dining-rooms with open
ings, fine kitchen with pantry, porce
lain sink with back, front and rear
porches, cement walks, well built full
basement, nice lawns and shrubbery.
There is no gravel. This would make
an idea place for gardening and chicken
raising. 4 blocks from tho car, with o
S05 Corbett Building,
Good Up-to-Date Farm
H3 acres. 45 acres in high state of cul
tivation, fine 9-roora house 4 years old,
fair big barn, good windmill with tank,
water piped to house, ood outbuildings.
IS acres of fine peat beaverdam, ail in
cultivation; 14 miles from Portland. i
mile from R. R- station, 2 miles from
electric station, on main county road;
cows. 2 calves, IS head tine hogs, m)
chickens, " tons of hay. 200 bushels
oats, 50 sacks of potatoes mower, rake,
disc. 3-eeated hack 2 double harness 1
sinsle harness. 2 plows, cultivator, .elder
mill, good blacksmith shop with all tools.
H milo from good churches and school.
I Every loot or mis son is one i-h pm
' deniiig. We absolutely guarantee this
1 inlace a sacrifice on account of illness
i and just as advertised. Sec this at our
expense. Price J7000. Terms are very
CHAPIN 6 HERLOW
332 Chamber of Commerce.
Modern 8-Room House Within 10
Minutes of the Center of the
City for ,$503.00 Down'
Modern 8-room house, within 3 blocks
of 6 carlines. It li.ts !! large bedrooms
and a children's room, nice large clothes
closets, reception hall, bath, wash bowl
and medicine cliest. living and dining
room witli openings, china closet, fine
kitchen with pantry, porcelain sink with
back, gas fixtures, front and rear porches,
cement basement and stationary tubs.
Nice terraced lawns and roses, good
neighborhood, lot 10xlOC.
t."i Corbett Building.
Corner K. Second.
Business property will pay 12 per cent
or it is a good speculation; Hnlf Cash.
Sengs tage & Lyman
!0 Fifth 'St.
30 acres, can be irrigated from
creek on the place; 10 acres of rich
beaverdam land. 1 acre of orchard, a
acres of hardwood; quarter mile to
school; 20 miles from Portland;
mile from S. P. depot. tOOO terms.
- J. S. Sl.LXIVAV,
Henry Bids., 4th and Oak
Have a good home of your own at
rent prices or less.
Ardenwald is most attractive of all
the new additions and prices the low
est 1350 to 550 per lot. All improve
ments paid by us; 10 per cent down,
3 per cent monthly.
KXAPP & MACKKY,
212 and 213 Bonrd of Trade Bulldlne
Must Sell. Make Offer
On business block. MxllT, new 2-story
building. Income 12 per cent. A guar
anteed investment. Call Main SOtil.
our office from the old stand to
'MS Bonrd of Trade Building, cor
ner of 4th and Oak. whore we will
he gl;id to welt-on' all of our
customers and friends, as well as
to talk to those who are interested
in farm lands of any sort.
Our irrigated lands at $1:13 per
acre, with perpetual-water right,
cannot, be surpassed anywhere on
the whole Pacific Coast, and
with its transportation facilities,
is the most prosperous, new little
city that there is anywhere in the
One year ago this valley was
practically a desert; now there
are over 1000 people located
there, and between 5000 and 6000
acres under cultivation. Nearly,
all in ten-acre tracts. Those who
got their land early enough in tho
Spring to have crops have made
a good income from their places
Call af the office or write for
one of our new booklets.
A. W. Hover, Manager. ::
908 Board of Trade Building.
On Yamhill Street
7 Net Now
Can be made to pay a handsome in
crease. 332 Ch. of Com.
&l. lit '
"A HOME," NOT "A HOISK."
Pec thia today' A beautiful home. Every
convenience you can think of. In walkine
dlstanoe. Key at 819 Belmont St., cor. East
Factory or warehouse site, 200x200
feet, oil trackage, within Northern
Pacific Terminal yard limits. Price
R. P. PALMER-JONES CO.
212-213 f'oiiimerclnl Clnh Bldg.
20.000--Apartment-hotise site, up
per Washington, just around the cor
ner on 2Sd st., tin; high-rent district.
Fronts on 2 streets, which makes tills
a very valuable piece of property,
containing nearly 2 lots. $iuoo, Da'
ance to suit, 6 per cent.
1,. A. PATTKRSOX,
It mini 10, 2S Stark Street.
10 CHOICE HOMESTEADS
THOMPSO.-V-MAt l.KOD & VKII.I.,
011-612 Snctland IMds.
Splendid 5-rooni bungalow, corner
lot, popular location; $100 cash, bal
ance like rent, except that it goes Into
your own pocket.
K ABB & PATTO.V, 1M FIFTH STRKKT