The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 26, 1910, SECTION TWO, Page 5, Image 19

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    TUT: SUJVDAX OK-KUOIsnLAN, POKTLAND, JUNE 26, 1910.
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MOTORCYCLES TO RAGE
LOCAL RISERS HOPE TO BREAK
. WORLD'S MILE RECORD.
Twelve Races Are on Speed Pro
gramme at Country Club Track.
Next Sunday.
Motorcycle races will be the order of
the day next Sunday on the racetrack
of the Portland Country Club, when
the second meet of the Portland Motor
cycle Club will be held. At the last
meet, held May 29, a mile a minute
was made on a soggy track, and with
fair weather and a fast course the
speed machines are expected to cut
down that time considerably. At the
former meet Fred Nowotny went ten
miles' In 10 minutes 67 seconds and
Verne Maskell made 15 miles In .15
minutes 27 seconds, in spite of the
heavy go in sr.
Twelve races will be on the after
noon's programme, which will begin at
2 o'clock. Practice for the races will
be held this afternoon on the Country
Club track. Entries must be made by
Monday night at 12 o'clock with the
race committee at the club rooms of
the Portland Motorcycle Club, 424 East
Alder street. At least 30 entries are
expected.
Verne Maskell, who gave a daring
exhibition of riding on the turns at
the last meet, and Charles Dyde, who
won several races, are both ' entered
and will try to break the world's record
of 55 seconds for a mile on a flat cir
cular track with a flying start. All
the races held at the former meet
were from standing starts, which made
the fast time all the more remarkable.
Fred Nowotny, Ed Barreth, Gus
Peppel, Otto Monsie and several other
well-known local riders will also par
ticipate. The. racers will ride close to
the fence, thereby getting advantage of
the slight embankment, which will
eliminate some of the danger of such
fast running on a flat track. Owing to
the wet condition of the lower part
of the course at .the last race the riders
Were forced to the middle of the road
way and at each turn the machines
skidded badly, one rider having his
ankle broken.
All the riders are amateurs and will
ride stock cars. ' The list of races fol
lows: No. 1 Three horsepower; 23
inch piston displacement for
cylinders; two miles.
No. 2 Four horsepower, '33
Inch piston displacement for
cubic
single
cubic
single
cylinder; 10 miles; flying start.
No. 3 Five horsepower, 45 cubic inch
piston displacement for twin cylinders;
five miles.
No. 4 Seven horsepower, 61 cubic
Inch piston displacement for. twin
cylinders, five miles.
No. 5 Five horsepower, 45 cubic
Inch piston displacement for twin
cylinders; one mile; flying start.
No. 6 Slow race; free-for-all; one
half mile.
No. 7 Three horsepower, 23
Inch piston displacement for
cylinders;' three miles.
No. 8 Seven horsepower, 61
Inch piston displacement for
cylinders; 10 miles: flying start.
No. 9 Four horsepower, 33
Inch piston displacement for
cubic
single
cubic
twin
cubic
single
cylinders; five miles.
. No. 10 Five horsepower, 45 cubic
Inch piston displacement for twin
cylinders; 10 miles.
No. 11 Free-for-all; 61 cubic Inch
piston displacement for 15 minutes.
Pursuit race.
CRICKET RECORD SMASHED
Fenwicfc and Smith Make Highest
Individual Scores.
Cricket of an almost sensational order
marked the match yesterday afternoon
on the local grounds between teams
picked and captained ny r. j. tsrowne
and "W. G. Smith, and new records were
made for the longest partnership and the
highest individual score.
Winning the toss Captain Browne
opened with Greaves and Neame. Both
batsmen played careful cricket and runs
were beginning to come freely when the
former was bowled by Smith for a use
ful 17. Cummings and Leigh assisted In
raising the sore to 109 when the last
wicket fell.
After a short Interval Smith's team be
gan their innings' rather disastrously,
losing Berrldge, Shipley and Gray in
.quick succession, the third wicket falling
with only 12 runs scored; but with
Fenwick and Smith together, a different
aspect was assumed by the game. Bat
ting with caution at first they soon be
came set and all of the bowlers came in
for heavy punishment at their hands.
Frequent changes were made but without
result, and at the call of time both men
were still batting, having brought the
score from 12 runs up to 169. This part
nership is the longest ever made in Port
land, and the individual scores of 74 and
77 both not out have never been equalled
by any other member or members of the
: club on the home grounds. The following
are the scores and bowling analysis:
P. C. BROWNE'S TEAM.
C S. Greaves b. Smith 17
P. I.. Neame t. Smith 33
M. Coppingrer c. Shipley b. Smith........ 9
P. C. Browne b. Fenwtch 6
J. C. Cumming- b. Fenwick.............. 12
C. Leigh b. Gray 17
8. Hooke c. Shipley b. Gray 1
A. E. McKenzie c Smith b. Fenwick..... 5
P. E. Cllnckett stumped b. Fenwick 0
J. Rosswell. not out. .................. 0
J. Mallett, run out 0
Extras 9
Total 109
BOWLING ANALYSIS.
Wickets. Runs.
Fenwick 4 f5
Smith 3 34
Gray 2 11
W. G. SMITH'S TEAM.
A. Berrldge b. Copplnger 1
.O. Shipley b. Neame .................. . 9
. G. Gray b. Neame 2
E. T. Fenwick. not out 74
W. G. Smith, not out 77
Extras
. Total (3 wickets) 169
G. F. Hubbell, H. P. Phinn, A. Smith, P.
' Henderson. C. E. GJdsted and A. Tennant
did not bat. '
BOWLING ANALYSIS. j
Wickets. Runs.
Coppingrer ............ t ......... . 1 66
Neame 1 66
Greaves 0 21
Leigh, . 10 9
Raymond Defeats Aberdeen, 8 to 2.
RAYMOND, Wash., June 25. (Special.)
The Raymond Cougars made the Aber
deen Kittens their victims today, by a
score of 8 to 2. Law was in poor form
and Raymond got to him for 17 hits, while
Dyer pitched a good steady game. The
score :
R. H. E-l R. II. E.
Aberdeen ...2 4 6iRaymond ....8 17 4
Batteries Aberdeen Law and Hust;
Raymond Dyer and Weinholt.
Summary Two-base hits Levy, Dyer.
Stolen bases Byles, Weinholt, 2; Vivian,
Fitzgerald, Barnett. Struck out By Law,
4; by Dyer, 8. Bases on balls Off Law, 1,
Pole-Vault Record Equaled.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., June 25. A. W. Lam
bert, unattached, equalled the Western
amateur record In the pole "vault of the
Missouri Athletic Club's track and field
meeting today, by clearing 11 feet and
6 Inches. Carl Fertins, of the Missouri
Athletic 'Club, won the 100-yard dash
In 10 seconds.
Eighteen Tons of Berries Sold.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 25. Sp
claX) Kighteen tons of strawberries
Fruit Growers' Association this year
at Ridgefleld. This was the largest
yield on record at Ridgefleld. Good
prices for the berries were received.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, June 25. Maximum temper
ature. 72 degrees; minimum temperature,
55 decrees; river reading, 8 A. M., 12 feet:
change in last 24 hours. 1 Inch fall: total
rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), none; total
rainfall since September 1, 1900. 42,09
inches; normal rainfall since September 1,
4.'t.72 inches; deficiency of rainfall since
September 1, 1909, 1.63 Inches: total sun
shine, 15 hourrs 48 minutes: possible sun
shine. 15 hours 48 minutes; barometer (re
duced to sea level) at 5 P. M., 30.11 inches.
THE WEATHER.
Observations taken at S P. M., Pacific
time.
Wind
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WEATHER CONDITIONS.
There has been a quite general decrease
In atmospheric pressure over the Pacific
Slope, but generally clear skies have been
reported. No. rain has fallen in this dis
trict. In the Puget Sound region and on
the north California coast the weather is
slightly cooler than usual at this season,
but elsewhere unseasonably warm weather
obtains, with temperatures in the Basra
states and over the northern Rocky Moun
tain region much above the normal. Tem
peratures of over 100 degrees occurred, in
Northern and Central California. Condi
tions are favorable for continued fair and
warm weather over this district Sunday,
with northwesterly winds.
FORECASTS.
Portland and vicinity Sunday fair, north
westerly winds.
Oregon and Washington Sunday fair and
continued warm; northwesterly winds.
Idaho Sunday fair and continued warm.
HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
Flnrict Cut Flowers always fresh
llUI lot from our own conservatories.
Martin & Forbes Co, 347 Washington
Street. Both phones.
Pnal Richmond and Wallsend Australl
OUdl an Independent Coal & Ice Com
pany, opposite City Library. Both phones.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT, Mala 212.
HECKETAHY. Main 500.
HUMANS OFF1CUK, Eaat 4772.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE
Dallz or Bundaj.
per JAn:
One time
Same i two oonattcutlvfl time. ........ .XZm
bawe i three consecutive timet . kO
bm ad. six or seven consecutive times. . fMk)
bix w-jrcls count as one uo on ctutU ad
vertisements and no ad cvunted lor less
Uian two lines.
When am advertisement la not run oonsee
ative tunes tile one-tune rte applies.
On otutfue of boos: advertisements the
charge will be based on ine actual number
oX lines appearing in tne paper, resaraiess
of the number of words in each line.
In X ew Xoday ail adverueneata are
charged by measure only 14 lines to the
Inch,
The above mtea apply to advertisements
under ".Mew Today" and all other rtwiiflne.
Uons excepting tiie following
situations Wanted, Male.
.Situations Wanted female.
tor Kent, Room, private families.
Koome and Board. .Private families.
Housekeeping Koomi, Private .fcaiuliien,
Xhe rate of the above c I ft ssl 1 1 catio is I
cents a line each insertion.
TO OUT-OF-TOWN PATRONS The Ore
ffonian will receive copy by mall, provided
eufhclent remittance for a definite number
of issues Is sent. Acknowledgment of such
remittance will be forwarded promptly.
in case box office addreae is required use
regular form tvn, and count this as part
of the ad. Answer to advertisements will
be forwarded to patrons, provided self-ad-
If yon have either telephone in your house
we will accept your ad over the phone and
send you the bill the next day. Phoae
Want Ad Xept., Main 7070 or A 600ft. hit
nation Wanted and Personal advertisementa
not accepted over the phone. rrors are
more easily made In telephoning advertise
menta, therefore The Ore;onlan will not
bold itself responsible for such errors.
MEETING NOTICES.
ANCHOR COUNCIL. NO. 746, K. AND L,.
OP S. Give a Japanese dancing party Tues
day evening. June 28, Marquam building:,
Sth floor. Union music. Admission 23c
something airier en t. 1 ou re welcome.
LADY MACCABEES will give a military
whist and dancing party Thursday evening,
June 30, In West Hall, SelUng-Mlrsch hidg.
Admission 15 cents.
ASTRA CFRCL.E GUARDS will give a
dance Thursday, June 30, in the W. O. W.
bldg., 138 11th St.; good music Admission
25c Committee. .
FUNERAL NOTICES.
WELSH In this city, June 25. at his late
residence, 85 Wood st., William Thomas
Welsh, aged 74 years months and 7
days. Funeral services will be held at
I'inley's chapel at 10 A. M-, Monday. June
27. Friends Invited. Interment Lone Fir
Cemetery.
KIRK LAND June 24. Berton F. Klrkland.
aged 31 years 10 months and 3 days. The
deceased is survived by a wife and two
children. The funeral services will be
held at Flnley's chapel at 2 P. M. Mon
day, June 27. under the auspices of Mult
nomah Camp No. 77, W. O. W. Friends
Invited. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
VON BORfiTEL June 23. Charles Herman
Von Borstel, aged 70 years. 2 months. 24
days. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors. Third and Salmon streets,
at 2 P. M. today (Sunday). June 2o. In
terment Rlverview Cemetery.
WILSON June 23, at 561 4th street, Albert
Wilson, aged 10 months. S days, beloved
son of John T. and Edith Wilson. Funeral
from Holman's funeral parlors at 3 P.
M. today (Sunday). Friends invited. In
terment Rose City Cemetery.
VAN v CLEVE June 24. Coll Van Cleve
aged 77 years. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services today at 2 P. M. at Dun
ning & McEntee's chapel. Interment Rose
City Cemtery.
KILEY At 957 East Flanders St., June 25.
Elizabeth D. Kiley, aged 7 7 years 7 months
26 days, beloved mother of Mrs. E. D.
Woodbury and Mrs. William Baumgarte,
of this city, . and Miss Georgia Kiley, of
Toronto. Remains shipped to London,
Ont-. Saturday, S P. M., O. R. & X. train,
by East Side Funeral Directors. Toronto,
London, Ontario and Chicago papers please
copy.
TONSETH FLORAL CO-
NAKiiCAM BLiXr.
. ILOBAL OKeaUNd.
Phone: Main 6102. A IIP.
Tjmuilng A McKntee, Funeral Directors.
3th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady a
sistant. Office of County Coroner.
IELLER-BYRNES CO., Funeral rHrectora
C04 Williams ave.j both phones; lady fettemi!
swt; moat modern establishment in the city,
EDWARD HOLMAJf CO., Funeral Direct,
are. 20 8d st. Lady Assistant. 1'iiona M. al
J. P. FIN LEY St SON, 8d and Msdfeoal
ldy attendant. Phone Main 8. A 15 'J a.
EAST SIDE Funeral Directors, snccxeaara
to F. S. Dunning, Inc. E. 53, 3 goSfl.
EKICSON CO. Undertalcera : lady rtrt
ant. 4O0 Alder. M. 6133. A 2285.
LERCH, Undertaker, cor. Eaat Alder aafl
Cth Phones 781. B 1&88. Lady assistant.
NEW TODAY.
Grand Avenue
and East Ash
Fine stores, prominent location.
wJLBaat reasonable, Irwinlre en irniiBs.
SEW TODAY.
TOMORROW, MONDAY
At Private residence, 733 Vi Hoyt at-, we
are instructed by Mrs. C. McDonald to
sell the first-clams nprlebt piano, furni
ture, etc.. of her well-furnished flat at
above address, comprising; brass stands
and palms, sectional bookcase in quar
tered oak with leaded glass doors, up
holstered parlor suite, center tables,
library table, oak and mahogany rock
ers, Morris - chair, double parlor Ax
minster carpets, several small rugs, gas
drop light, portieres, stands, iron beds,
springs and mattresses, princess and
other dressers, Brussels and velvet car
pets, drop-head sewlnc machine, round
top dininfr table (54 inches), dining
chalrs, armchairs, combination book
case and desk, hammock, drop-leaf
table, gas range, linoleum, utensils, etc
Sale tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
ON TUESDAY NEXT
At our salesrooms, 152 Park St., Mrs.
Warren, who is leaving the city, has in
structed us to sell the furniture, etc.,
removed from her private residence to
above address for convenience of auc
tion sale, comprising library furniture
in mission styles of rockers and tables,
leather rocker and couch, typewriter
desk, parlor rockers and tables, Windsor
folding bed, several choice pictures,
Vernis Martin and enameled iron beds.
best steel springs and mattress, feather
pmows, tne very latest styles in dress
ers and chiffoniers, toilet ware, bed
room rockers, Axminster and Brussels
rugs, body Brussels carpets, dining-room
suite in quartered oak, viz., round ped
estal table, chairs, buffet and china
cabinet, large mirrors, sanitary couches,
refrigerator, linoleum, drop-leaf table,
steel cookstove with water-back. Mason
jars, utensils, etc. On view tomorrow.
Sale on Tuesday next at 10 o'clock.
ON THURSDAY NEXT
We shall offer for sale another choice
lot of household goods from Sunnyside;
also a consignment from storage com
pany. Sale at 10 o'clock.'
BAKER. &. SOX, Auctioneers.
Office 152 Park St.
AuctionSales
AT WILSON'S
AUCTION HOUSE
Corner Second and Yamhill
Rearular Sales Days.
Monday. Wednesday, Friday
Each Day at 10 A.M.
Upright pianos, organs, parlor pieces
In various designs, large leather rock
ers, couches, davenports, library and
center tables, parlor desks, golden oak
and mission rockers, dining suites in
weathered and golden oak. hall trees,
carpets, rugs, lace curtains and dra
peries, brass and iron bedH. springs, mat
tresses, dressers, chiffoniers, gas
ranges, - steel ranges, refrigerators,
lawn hose, etc.
SPECIAL At our sale on Wednesday
we shall sell several New Columbia
Graphophones. In addition to our regu
lar stock we have just added the stock
of the IVIIes Furniture Co. of East Port
land, and are offering the same at less
than wholesale cost.
Goods sold at private sale at all times.
TUESDAY NEXT, at 10 A. M.
Juston's Restaurant
Cor. Seventh and Alder Streets
All the furniture and effects at this
well-known high-class restaurant, in
cluding about 60 golden oak box-seat
dining-chairs, 1 oak sideboard, dining
tables, 10 wall mirrors, 3 large oil
paintings, 8-day regulator clock, cof
fee urn, 3 electric fans for underground,
current, silverware, table linen, lace
curtains dishes and glassware, large
refrigerator, cooking utensils, 10-foot
French range with hood, - toilet, porce
lain wash basin and other effects. Sale
Tuesday at 10 A. M.
J. T. WIL.SOX, Auctioneer.
Cash paid for furniture, stocks of
merchandise, etc. Call Main 1626, A
4243.
S. L N. GILMAN, Auctioneer
126 Second Street.
AUCTION SALES
All the household furniture, rugs
(more than 500 of them) dining-tables.
ranges, etc., must be sold this week at
126 Second street.
MILLINERY
The tmlance of the hats, plumes,
feathers, etc., will be sold Tuesday, 10
A. M., at 126 Second street.
S. L. K. GILMAX, Auctioneer.
Special AuctionSale
at Residence
We are Instructed to .sell at any
price all the carpets 60 yards Brussels
rockers, stand tables, bookcase, dining-room
and bedroom furniture, ice
chest, kitchen furniture, etc., at resi
dence, .
NO. 552 LOVEJOY STREET
Corner 17th
On Wednesday, June 29, 10 A. M.
S. I K. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
TEARING DOWN
AUCTION SALE
TOMORROW, 10 A. M.
At the "Bellevue", 213 1-2 4th
Street
" 16 rooms of good rooming-house fur
niture will be sold at this sale, such as
beedroom suits, wardrobes, couches,
hall and stair carpets, bedding, heaters,
office counter, heater with water coil,
cookstove with water . coil, etc. The
furnishings of these 16 rooms positively
must be sold. Come and see why.
FORD AtCTION CO.
Auction Sales
AT 211 FIRST STREET
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
10 A. M. Each Day
For this week these sales consist of
only good, substantial furnishings for
any ordinary home. One $350 piano
must be sold at Tuesday's sale.
FORD AUCTION CO.
Main 8951, A 2445.
Irvington Home
FOR SALE
We are now packing our household
goods preparatory to going East, and
will sell my new home for less than
actual cost if sold within next few
days. Inquire of owner, 710 Rothchild
bldg.. 4th and Washington sts., Mon
day or Tuesday.
WANTED Amusements for seacoast re
sort; good proposition; let us know what
you .aave I da Oregoiiiao,
NEW TODAY,
$200
DOWN
Here Is another style of
ANDERSON BTSGALOW,
to which we wish to call your attention.
HARDWOOD FLOORS
are In this house. The
WAXLS ARE DOIBLG '
and papered.
FLOORS ARE DOUBLE.
The front porch Is 10x10, with a
cement floor and balustrades. A mass
ive beveled edge plate-glass door opens
into the living-room, either side of
which are built-in bookcases; on the
opposite side of the room are four
large French windows, opening on the
lawn. On the front side of the house
and extending out from the house is
built a massive fireplace, the outside
being of pebble dash finish. The inside
is finished in red pressed brick, with
black joints; either side of the fire
place are double French windows. The
woodwork of this room is of golden
oak, flat finish, with hardwood floors.
The walls are papered with imported
duplex English paper of a very pretty
shade of green figure; a heavy corner
molding is around the celling, which
is tinted and beamed; a small arch
opens into a long pass hall. A long
columned arch separates the living
room from the dining-room, which is
13x14, and has hardwood floors. Oppo
site the arch is a large built-in china
buffet; on the other side of the room
is- a large triple window, opening on
the lawn. This room is done in golden
oak flat finish and has heavy corner
molding, beam ceiling and plate rail.
Above the plate rail is a beautiful scen
ery frieze of woodland and water ef
fect. Below Is papered a rich brown
paneled effect. A double-acting door
opens into the Dutch kitchen, which is
done in white enamel and robin egg
blue tinting. This room has all the
conveniences imaginable in flour and
sugar bins, pot and kettle closets,
drawers, dish closets, wood lift, mold
ing table; a door opens into the pass
hall, another to the basement, another
to the side porch. Off the pass hall
is the rear bedroom, 12x14. On either
side of this room are double windows,
opening on the lawn. The room is tinted
in pale blue and has a large closet.
The bathroom is off the pass hall and
has a medicine closet, a heavy rolled
rim bathtub," a long 6-inch apron wash
stand and toilet. The front bedroom Is
a beauty with pink ribbon effect paper
and white enameled woodwork. All
floors are oil varnished and scraped.
Full basement,' with furnace installed
and cement wash trays; cement walks
in front of the house to the front porch
and around to the back porch. Lawn Is
graded ready for seed. Window shades
are at the windows; linoleum In the
bathroom and kitchen.
These houses are architectural beau
ties inside and outside, and must be
seen to be appreciated.
We will take desirable city lots as
part payment or if you have a home
and wish a new or larger one we will
take yours in exchange.
This house 'is located in .Rose City
raric and in a diock already Duiit up,
where the houses and lawns are all
uniform, and when the whole block is
completed will be one of the prettiest
places in .Portland, and any responsible
person can have this home.
Call at our office, 46th and Sandy
road. Phone Tabor 22A3.
425 Henry Building. Slain 5338.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
35 Small
All Within 20 Miles of Portland, Will
ee, eoia at
Public Auction
July 4th
This land is ideal for raising grapes,
cherries, berries and small fruits, gard
ening and poultry raising, etc. Right
at transportation, 3t cents fare to Fort
land and very low freight rate. This
is one of the greatest opportunities
ever offered iji the Northwest. Each
farm will be sold separately and on the
ground.
TERMS OF SALE OXE-THIRO CASH,
HALA.X.E 1 AMI - EAKS,
6, PER CENT INTEREST.
IF YOU EVER expect to own a small
farm near Portland It will pay you to
attend tnis sale.
For further particulars Inquire of
M. E. LEE
411 CORBETT BLDG.
READ THIS
8 - Room Bungalow
The owner offers for sale in the Ladd
tract the most beautiful bungalow ever
bunt in Portland.
This bungalow was built by an East
ern capitalist for a home, and great
pains nas been taicen in tne workman
ship and artistic design. Stone porch
with piers 17 feet high, and cement
floor, underlaid with railroad rails.
Full cement basement. 30x61 feet.
Has a large stone fireplace with bevel
plate mirror 8 feet high. A full plate
glass buffet in the dining-room with
plate glass shelves. The dining-room
has the latest design in beam ceiling,
and is paneled five feet high, with plate
ran.
The den is paneled eight feet high
with the best three-ply veneer and has
two plate-glass doors.
The bedrooms and breakfast-room are
all finished in the most attractive style.
The kitchen and pantry are as fine
as any woman ever saw.
The attic is finished so as to accom
modate 100 people at a banquet.
Back porch is fly proof.
uouae has plate-glass windows.
This house is to have the best hot-
water system for heating.
The rooms are all tinted, each har
monizing with the woodwork and hard
wood floors.
T. H. Stoner
601 Ladd Ave.
East 1622, C 2640.
40 acres of splendid fruit and farm
ing land at $62 an acre. Nearly all
under fence and partly cleared, small
house, good barn, chicken-house and
sheds, 6 acres in clover and timothy, 1
acre garden, small orchard, well and
creek, cow, heifer, 2 yearlings, 30
chickens. 2 hogs, etc, 1 mile from
school; $2500, on terms. This place is
an hour's ride out of Portland on one
of our best railroads.
Wynn Johnson Co.
Room 209 Oerllnsrer Bldg., 2d and Alder.
Phone Mar-snail 1U4S.
DLJl D0UUU ilUlf
IN PORTLAND
Responsible buyer can make own terms.
'EW TODAY.
King's Heights
MANSION
King st., south of Wash
ington, 100x150: situated
between the ' two finest
homes on this select street.
Apartment
Sites
50x100, corner, Mon t
gomery st., near 10th.
$15,000
100x100, corner, 21st St.,
near Flanders.
$22,500
These properties will pay
12 Net
if improved with modern
apartment houses.
Have a fine list of busi
ness property, from $350,000
down to $10,000. Also in
come properties paying from
8 per cent to 12 per cent.
Am not allowed to advertise
many properties.
E. J. DALY
222-223-224 Failing Bldg.
Twenty-First
and Everett Sts
100x100, finest site for private hotel
or apartments.
Fourteenth St.
Corner
Two blocks from projected skyscraper,
Present old improvements
carry the property.
GOLDSCHMIDT'S
AGENCY
2531,4 "Washington, Corner Third.
nvestor
TVe have a"n opportunity for in-
vestment that we are sure will appeal
to you, as it offers very attractive
returns.
TEN FULL LOTS
in the best part of Rose City Park,
only 212 blocks from car, for $4500,
only $450 apiece. Separate lots in this
vicinity are selling for $6o0 and up.
THINK IT OVER
Then come in and let us tell you
more about it Monday.
Chapin & Herlo w
332 Chamber of Commerce. E
I havelOO by 200, right ad
joining the new terminals of the
0. K. & N., at a price much lower
than anything in that vicinity.
MITH'S
'AGENCY
105 Sherlock Bldg., 3d and Oak.
K0 CASH BUYS THIS BCTGAtOW.
Hall, parlor, dining-room with built-in
buffet and window seat, Dutch kitchen,
two bedrooms, bathroom complete with
medicine closet, attic, full basement
with furnace, electricity and gas and
fixtures for both. Two blocks from
Waverly-Rlchmond car. Inquire 440
Marguerite-ave. Call Owner, Tabor 11.
S1S.500
Quarter Block
100x100, close in,
EAST SIDE.
J. J. OEDER,
Corner: Grand Ayfii and E. Ankeny
Mr. I
LOOK
2950
NEW TODAY.
CLOSING
UP v
LAST. CHANCE TO GET LOTS IN
SOUTH PORTLAND AT
THESE PRICES
$500
TO
$900
10 Per Cent Sown, $12.50 Per Month.
These lots are positively from $200
to $300 below the market price, and
are being, sold to settle up the affairs
of the estate.
THERE ARE ONLY TEN LOTS
L E F T IMPROVEMENTS
NOW IN AND PAID
Take Fulton car at 2d and Morrisor
and get off at Nevada street.
J.A.G00DFELL0W
Agent for the Kleinsorge Estate, on
the ground all day.
Phone Main 2828 or A 2828.
FOR SALE
$90,000
4-Story
Apartment House
INCOME $950 PER MONTH
Only ten blocks from largest depart
ment store in city. This is the best
solid brick apartment-house in the
city, and has never been offered for
sale. Address owners,
AD 90, OREGONIAN.
WEST SIDE BUYS
40 OO 35x100 corner on Market
and 19th sts.
$5500 70x100 corner, 19th and
Mill streets.
$6000 50x100 corner on Market;
good apartment or flat site.
$7500 Good income property, N.
Portland, in district with big future.
$8500 ine apartment site on
12th st.
$15,00050x100 corner, on 4th st.
$23,000 "Very choice income
property, well located.
$41,000 Business lot paying, with
present improvements, over 7 per
cent.
M. E. LEE, 411 Corbett Bnilding
Lad d's Addition
Home $1000
Swell modern, brand new, 7 - room
house, just finished, furnace, nice fire
place, gas and electric lights, nice den,
sleeping-porch, laundry trays, in fact
all latest improvements, on a lot 40x
128. with an alley In rear; all street
improvements and cement sidewalks in
and paid; on Ladd avenue, on 80-foot
street. Price a bargain, $6000 $1000
cash, balance on terms to suit.
Grussi & Zadow
817 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
Home
One of the finest little places on the
North Beach, 5-room cottage at Tioga,
furnishings complete and comfortable.
Good water, lot 90x150. If looking for
a Summer home look this up. Price
very reasonable.
A. H. BIRREI.L CO-
J.203 McKkt BIOS. Thlxd. mad Stark StmJL
STATE
NEW TODAY.
DOWN
8 ROOMS
HARDWOOD FLOORS.
Here is an exceptional opportunity
for a large family to get a home on
small capital. This house Is one of
the best-built houses in the city, double
walled and papered.
The porch is 8 feet wide, with cobble-stone
foundation and columns sup
porting the roof. The massive fir door
opens into a large 10x10 reception hall,
which Is separated from the living
room by an .rch. which has bullt-Tn
bookcases, beam ceilings.
The living-room 16x14. has a large
double window opening on the front
porch above which is a long metal
glass window; on the other side of the
room is a cream brick fireplace, with
mirror above; either side are cottage
windows.
The dining-room, 18x16, is separated
from the living-room by & columned
arch, a quadruple window occupying
the full width of the room opens on the
lawn. This room is paneled and plate
rail above. A door opens Into a bed
room, another into a breakfast room
or bedroom, a double-acting door open.
Into the kitchen.
The breakfast room, 11x12, has a
window on either side of the room; a
door opens from this room to the pan
try. T.he other bedroom, which opens off
the dining-room, is 10x12. with two
closets, and has a door opening into the
bathroom.
The Dutch kitchen, 12x12. has all -the
modern conveniences of a kitchen, with
Its many drawers, bins, china closets,
pot and kettle cupboards, double drain
sink, woodlift; a door opens into the
bathroom.
The bathroom, -white enameled, is
quite large and has a low-down toilet,
6-inch aproned washstand, medicine
closet. .
The stairs rise from the reception
hall to the floor above, which has two
large bedrooms and a sewing-room.
Each bedroom has a triple window and
a large closet.
There are cement steps and walks to
the front porch and rear porch, and
lawn is ready for seed. The purchaser
can havethe house tinted to any col
ors desired.
Cement floor on basement and ce
ment wash trays.
Purchaser can also select fixtures to
the amount of 50. Any responsible per
son can have this house on the above
terms.
PROGRESSIYEREALTY CO.
425 Henry bldg., 46th and' Sandy road.
Phone Main 5338, Tabor 2263.
EAST PINE
100x100 CLOSE IS
Kine corner for stores and
apartments above; im
provements on the rear of
the property will pay In
terest. Have a low fig
ure on this for a short time.
IITH'S
AGENCY
lfl. Sherlock TMrisr..
Third and Stark.
Very close to new Arlington Club.
Reason tells you that the retail dis
trict of the city is rapidly moving that
way.
Full lot only $26,500.
Easy terms.
Unparalleled apartment site.
J.Q RGUIJTREE
881 tI?AT lOfPpsjTEj
ruionl mMz-mj uwibtKur
Inrrr TP CTATET COMMERCd
i ftU.1 IJba- I
I BUILDING J
We Have For Sale
those two new houses in Rossmere that
have attracted so much attention. They
are now practically completed and
ready to be shown.
One has 7 rooms and the other 8,
and the prices are $4300 and 14450 re
spectively, and terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser.
If you are looking for a really artis
tic, xoomy and well-built home, in a
first-class district, don't fail to see
these. They will satisfy the most par
ticular. CHAPLV & HERLOW, "13"
332 Chamber of Commerce. ,
PLAT THIS
TEN ACRES 0T" STEELE
AVE., NEAR SITE OF REED
INSTITUTE.
THIS PROPERTY IS ONLY
4 BLOCKS FROM CAR, AND
LIES BEAUTIFULLY.
Chapin & Herlow
332 Chamber of Com.
'D'
READ THIS ONE
Country hotel in busy town, doing a.
big business; telephone exchange and
stage route pays rent; pool and billiard
parlors a mint; tiow clearing $3600 year
by inexperienced people; could make
pay $6000. Only hotel in town.
ALL GOES FOR $3000
Or will sell building, grounds and fur
nlture, etc., for $18,000. Any terms.
WILL YOU TRADE?
CALL AT 508 GERLI.NGER BLDG,
S. W. Cor. Second and Alder Sts.
Apartment Site
. 100x100,
PARK STREET,
For $40,000.
OWNER, A 86, OREGONIAN.
Competent Real Estate
SALESMANWANTED
to handle new plat, cldse in, with,
right prices and terms. Apply
HART LAND CO, t,1
A H ST.
146 Second Sfy
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