The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 08, 1902, Page 7, Image 7

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flTE OHEGON DAILY JOtJHKAX; PORTLAyP, WEDNESDAY "EVISNTyti; OCirOBEB 1902.
The Oregon Daily Journal
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Chance
For profitable Invettment ,
It indicated by the REAL
ESTATE CLASSIFIED
"AD." offering In THE
JOURNAL today. '
C6e Journal's
Classified
Page
Is a good page
to road Real Estatf Days,
and In fact, every day.
THESE ADS.
SELL REAL
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ATTORN EY8.
Caxtoh, Beach & Simon, 610 Chamber pf
Commerce
Geo. J. Cameron, Attorney at Law, 718
Chamber of Commerce. Portland, Or.
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K. UoMnohii, 722 ChamBer of Commerce.
END TOUR WANT ADS to The Journal
for results. Phone Main 600.
BANJO, MANDOLIN AND GUITAR.
Free use of instruments. Wanted
players for clubs. Hal. Webber In
structor, 717 Marquara bids.
1 BILLIARD PARLORS.
jrJTET NAlftHLQNSETTnilLLIARD P AR
lors, 128 th St. Office Brown's Orch.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
John A. Melton, carpenter and builder,
807. Stark at.; office and store fixtures
built and remodeled, altering and re
pair houses. Phone Main 747.
CARD ENGRAVERS.
WEDDINO AND VISITING CARDS
graved; W. G. Smith & Co., Third
floor, Washington bldg.
CEREAL MILLS.
Acme MiTlsoTfanufaurefe Ralston
Acme Cereals. 20 & 22 N. Front st
COAL AND WOOD.
Oregon Fuel Co., dealers in all kinds of
coal and wood, 844 Morrison sL
VULCAN COAL CO., WHOLESALE
dealers best coals, foundry and smelter
coke.
L. Mttch?iuChiropodUt Knight's Shoo
Store, 294 Wash. at. Phone Hood 728,.
CLAIRVOYANT.
MADAME JOHNSTON, clairvoyant and
Card reading; tells past, present and
future; readings. 60c. 261 Fifth st.
MRS. HENDERSON, Clairvoyant, room
6, 85014 Washington st.
DENTISTS.
ibeodore o. Tnompaon. 60-Rl Wa.hit.o-.
ton bldg., Washington and Fourth sta.1
ELECTRIC WORKS.
Portland
Stark at.
Electrical
Works Office 353
Western Electric Works. 806tf Wash st
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
6regon Employment Co.. 22TBurnsTaest
Help of all kinds wanted.
GROCERS.
V. Dresser CoT845542wV8hlngton st
HOUSE FURNISHERS.
Home "urnisners Furniture. 'carnmV
parlor goods, stoves, etc. See I Gav
urt & Sons, 173-176 First, 818-225 Yaml
hill. Both phones 304.
BANKS.
Ladd & tiltonTbaJTkers
Established In 1868.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on fa
vorable terms. Letters of credit issued
available in Europe and all points in
the United States. v ' ,a
Sight exchange and telegraphlo trans
fers sold on New York, Washington.
Chicago, St. Louis. Denver, Omahal
San Francisco and various points in
Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Montana
and British Columbia. w
Exchange sold on London, Parle Ber
lin, Frankfort. Hong Kong, iokohoma,
Manila and Honolulu.
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE.
With which is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid up 38,000,00
Reserve , j,XX) ouj
Transacts a general banking business.
SAVINQS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sum of 110 and uo
wards, and interest allowed on mini
mum monthly balances. Rates on .re
plication. 244 Washlngtaon st.
B. A. WYLD. Manager.
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANK."
LIMITED, .
Chamber of Commerce Building, Third
and Btark streets.
Head office, 55 Old Broad street, Lon
don. This bank transacts a general bank
ing business, makes loans, discount
bills snd Issues totters of credit avail
able for travelers 'and for th. r,-
, chase of merchandise In any city of
me wunu. uva.in in lureign and do
mestic exchange.
Interest paid on time deposits.
W. A. MACRAE, Manager.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK.
PORTLAND, OR.
'3 Frank Watson President
R. L. Durham Vice-President
R- W. Hoyt Cashier
Geo. W. Hoyt Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK
ING BUSINESS.
, Drafts and letters of credit Issued
available to all parts of the world
Collection a specialty. Gold 'dust
bought.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL
BANK.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Diafts issued available In all. cities of
the United States nd Europe. 1
President .TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
.Cashier .: F. C. MILLER
AINBWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THTRIT ANtn clv cto
3. C. AINS WORTH ..President
PERCY T MORGAN Vice-President
R. W. SCHMEER AssWant Cashier
.Transacts a General Bankng Business.
interest on tlm iteftggtta. J"-"tMM-
Safe Deposit Department
MORRIS 4 WHITEHEAD
' BANKERS AND INVESTMENTS.
- WOLST AND ALDER STREETS,
. PORTLAND, OR.
DRUGGISTS.
Frank, J. StreTbig, drugs, toilet article.
perfume, ili wasningrcan as, i .
;- CORNICESSKYLIGHTS-
Metal Skylights, Galvanized ' Iron Cor-
nice. . Mrtr, Hna at
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL SAFE, standard of tha - world;
safe sold on easy payments; trad your
old safe for a n.w one. Norrt Saie A
tocic c- u jnrat st 5 ,
GASOLINE LAMPS.
H. W. MANNING Lighting and Supply
Co. Latest improved gasoline lann.
xn dixm street, roruano, ure.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
DONALD G. WOODWARD, 848 Stark St.,
renu and lnsurea Phone Main 86.
READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS of
xne Journal if you wia to buy, tell or
HARNESS. '
COLLINS PRESTON" WILSON SoT
The; best value and largest stock; ex
press ana buggy harness a specially.
, Wholesale and r.talL Second and Tay
lor at.
HOTELS.
Hotel Belvedere, European plan. Fourtk
aim juaer sua.
INSURANCE.
ISAAC L. WHITE, FIRE INSURANCE.
2K Sherlock bid. Oregon phone Main
JA8. Mc. I. WOOD, Concord Building,
'phone 47, Employer's Liability Insur
ance, represents- American Bonding
Trust Co. Fire Insurance.
ARTHUR WILSON. Sherlock Building-,
'phone 1008, represents the Alliance and
the Home Fire and Marine Ins. Cos.
JEWELERS.
Geo. O. Brandenburg ft Co., Engravers,
Mfg. Jewelers.,88 3d. Phone Hood 437.
The L. C. Henrlchsen Co.. Jewelers and
opticians, 284 Washington L
The G. Heltkemper Co., manufacturing
Jewelers. 286 Morrison at.
LAUNDRIES.
PACIFIC LAUNDRY CO., 829 and 281 Ar
thur st., cor. First Lowest prices con
sistent With good work. Prompt deliv
ery. Oregon Phone. i49.
Clean towels daily. Comb, brush, soaft.
81 per month. Novelty Supply Co., 40
42 N. Ninth st. Tel., 410.
'TOWELS, soap, comb and brush, $1 per
mo. Oregon Laundry Co., Phone E. 13.
MASSAGE.
MDME. H. E. ELY, dermatolyoglst,
massage, electric treatments. 193
First st.
MEQICAL.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOTT. success
fully treats and cures all diseases of wo
men. Successful home treatment by
mail. 308 Salmon St., bet 6th and 6th.
SPRINGSTEEN MEDICINE CO. removed
to 611 DeKum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to Loan on city lots and Im
proved farms. W. A. Shaw & Co., 843
Stark st.
W. A. HATHAWAY Money to loan. 10
Washington bldg. Phone Hood 418.
4 per cent money to loan. 245 Stark st.
READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS of
The Journal if you wish to buy, veil or
trade.
MONUMENT8.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
720 Front st. Fine work, low prloes.
NAVAL ARCHITECT.
Fred A. Ballln, 43 2d St., Tel. Oak 78, na
val architect and mechanical engineer.
PALMIST.
MRS. STOCKS, Scientific Palmist; read
ings 60o and 31. Fifth st, opp. Post
office. PERSONAL.
CAFE KRATZ, 122 Sixth St A fine lunch
served at all hours.
MME. AZA HOLME8, Complexion. Hair,
Skin and Scalp Specialist, may be con
sulted dally free. 311 Morrison St.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
E. W. Moore, crayon and oil portraits.
Third and Washington at.
PLUMBERS.
Taylor & Stanton, plumbing and steam
fitting. 88 Sixth st
RESTAURANT8.
Strouse's Restaurant; first-class meals:
best service. 229 Washington st
RUBBER STAMPS.
BUSBY LESH CO. Rubber stamps.
Seals. Stencils, etc., 417 The Dekum.
SPECIAL DELIVERY.
Post Special Delivery. No. 200 Wash
ington. Phones, Or. Main 962, CoL 261.
STQRAGENJDJTRANSFER.
C. O. Pick, omce 88 First st, bet "sltark
and Oak: phone 696. Pianos and furni
ture moved and packed for shipping;
commodious fireproof brick warehouse.
Front and Clay sts. ,
TIMBER CLAIM8 LOCATED.
DO YOU want to locate sugar and yellow
pine timber claims? The best to be
had. Apply 423 Ablngton Building.
TIMBER LANDS FOR 8ALE.
FOR IMMEDIATE LOCATION - -20
yellow pine timber claims; cruise
8,000,000.
10 homestead timber claims; fine fir;
cruise 6,000,000 to 8,000,000 to the
quarter section; rees reasonable;
money obtained to prove-up on If de
sired. WM. HAWKS.
Room 806 Commercial Bldg.
HAVE BONA FIDE purchaser for good
timber lands; principals only. Wm.
Hawks, room 30& Commercial bldg.
WALL paper;
HTpTCTirStensen. waTf "pa"perer anJ
painter. 141 Seventh t. corner Alder
Ernest Miller A Co., waU paper and dec
orators. 127 First St.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Wsdham & Co.. whoiesal grocer, man
utacturers and commission merchants.
64 and 68 Front st
ATleh & "Lewis wholesale grocer, Pert
t land. Ore.
Mason, Ennnan wholesale groo'
, eyaN.,-W-ogr, geeend a Pine at. -
Lang A Co.. First and Ankeny at.
READ THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS o!
The Journal u you wisa u buy, seJl or
trade.
4-
Read The Journil
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED 1 women. Since old Dr,
, Kessler'a return they nave been treat
ing 37 womea dally In the ladles' dc
; partment They can treat 4.9 mora. Cull
. or writ for home system. Enclose 2C
2-eent itimM. - Addnu 8t Louis Mcdi
cai and Surgical Dispensary, cor. SuoikI
, ana xammu at., .roruana. jr.
21 GIRLS AND WIDOWS to work to my
tor at $9 per week; give full name and
addre. , Uarry SmltE, P. O. Box 1064,
- HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTEBrTr.' men taTbregoniTWaahl
ington, Nevada and uta.; ire tare;
' wage 2 to 63 a day; long jobs, C. R.
Hansen 4t Co.. 28 N. Seoond st
GOOD MAN WANTED to present a flnan
cial proposition. 845 Stark at
BEND YOUR WANT ADS to The Journal
for result. Phone Main 600.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
THE LOCKWOOD. 361H Morrison st
Furnlsbed rooms; transient, rnon
Oregon South 806.
THE CASTLE 37J Wash.; rooms for gen
tlemen; transient Tel. South 761.
LOST.
LOST Monday night ' In or between
Allsky building and Imperial Hotel,
ladies' surse containing 820 gold, some
silver, j rings. Leave at journal qmce
289 Yamhill st, for reward.
HOUSE FOR 8ALE.
HOMES TO 8ELL on small monthly pay
ments. 246 Stark at
TICKET OFFICES.
Overland Cut Rate Ticket Office, 140
Third st; 35 to 320 saved to all point.
Typewriters.
The gmitto-Premler Typewriter, 122 Third
street All makes of typewriters for
rent Supplies for all machine. L, a
M. Alexander & Co., agent.
e ssp
W. A. Rldeout. Agent BUnkensdarfer
Typewriter. 264 SUrk St.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
RELIABLE STEAM CLEANING & DY
ing Co.: clothes called for and delivered.
Phone Hood 668. H. Kaufman 184 3d st
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
SMOKE OUR OWN MIXTURE Can't be
beat Big Slchel & Co.. 92 3d st.
SAFES.
BUY YOUR SAFE of D. E. Davis. Your
repairs and lockouts safely done. 66 3d,
P. JOHNSON & CO, manufacturers Peer
less Health Cereals, 132-4 -Front St.. .
JEWELERS.
A. A WRIGHT, the Iowa Jeweler, 293
Morrison st
MODEL-MAKER.
For first-class repairing go to Andy Frits
machinist and model-maker, 110 6th st
TENDERS WANTED.
OROPOSALSFOR MACHINERY FO
SECTIONAL DRY DOCK FOR PORT
OF PORTLAND, PORTLAND, OR.
No. 666 Worcester Building, Portland, Or.
Sealed proposals will be received and
opened on October 9, 1902, at 4 p. m., at
the above office. In one amount for all the
machinery for the Sectional Wooden Dry
Dock for the Port of Portland, embracing
centrifugal pumps, piping and valves,
electric motors and wiring, etc., for same,
capstans, cleats, keel and bilge block
tackle, centering shores, etc., according to
plans and specifications prepared by J as.
E. Blackwell, consulting engineer, Dexter
Horton -building,- flattle, Washr --
Plans and specifications will be sent to
firms guaranteeing to submit bids for the
entire plant upon written application,
which must be received on or before Sep
tember i&, and must be accompanied by
a certified check of 3100 drawn to the or
der of the Port of Portland, which will be
returned upon receipt of bid and plans
snd specifications. If plans and specifica
tions are not returned within 20 days of
opening bids, check will he forfeited.
The right to reject any or all bids or to
waive defects Is reserved.
Full information can be obtained, and
applications should be made to the con
sulting engineer, or to
E. T. C. STEVENS.
Clerk of the Board.
Notice is hereby given that on the 2d
day of October. 1902, Louis Robinson of
Portland. Or., was duly adjudicated bank
rupt: and that the first meeting of his
creditors will be held at room 600, Cham
ber of Commerce building, Portland, Or.,
on the 21st dav of October. 1902. at 2
o'clock p. in'., at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove th,elr claims,
appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt
and transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
Dated, Portland, Or., October 7, 1902.
ALEX 8 WEEK,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Emma S. T. Alexander and husband -
to Anna M. Cremen, lot 2, block 63,
citv 8 6
A. B. Manley-aB4,v!f,tvMa.vSi .Mr-.v.vi
gan, lot 4, block t, Lincoln fark
Annex 175
The Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to
Lotta C. Smith, lots 1. 2, 3, 14, 15,
lfi. block 8. Holladay Park add 3900
Wm. Holl to C. O. Briscoe and wife.
sV, WH, eft, sw sec 31, twp.
1 s.. r. 1 e - 1
Rachel M. Briscoe and husband to
Wm. Holl. same 1
Jas. Bennett and wife to C. G. and R.
M. Briscoe, lots 1 to 4 and frac
tional lots 9 to 11, and lots 33 to
35. block 24. West Portland Park.. 360
Portland Masonic Cemetery Co. to
S. Beml. nvt lot lbts, sec. 1, Port
land Masonic Cemetery Co........ 46
H. N. Scott and Wife to J. E. Black
burn, lot 8, block 2, Mount Tabor
Villa Annex 1
Chas. E. Hall to Ralph Feeney, lot
83. Bodley's aaa 1500
Sheriff by unknown owner to H. N.
Scott, lot 8. block 3 Mount Tabor
Villa Annex . 6
Harvey A. Pittenger and wife to
Mrs. Anna Honsun, lot 8. block 10,
Lincoln Park 140
p. H. Marray to Anna Bernstein, wft
lot 16, block 38. Sell wood. ' 1
C. G. and R. M. Briscoe to A. B.
Coffin, lot 32 ana fractional lot
33 to 35, block 24, West Portland
Park E00
Alnsworth National Bank to Fred
81nger. lot 7. block 15, Lincoln Park 150
Thos. E. Ashley and wife to J. C.
Alnsworth, 413,697 quare ft Grav
er's add 1100
Theodore Altona and wife to Georgte
A. fomeroy, liux;: rt. lot 8, block
13, Portland Homestead 1
Maeleay Estate Co. to W. A. Gwynn.
lot 8. block 19, Lincoln Park Annex 150
Walter A Smith and wife to W. K.
Smith, 96x990x680x1004 ft. com
mencing 230 ft. e. of nw. cor. block
101, Portland, thence running .,
eto .... - 8500
A. V. Fotkman to Emma Damm. lot
12 to 14. block 9, Germania add.... E00
Sheriff for L. M. Sen u Its to C.
Bircher, lot 6, 7, block 2. Brush' '
add 7
w
Get your Title Insurance and Abstract
to Real Estate from the Title Guarantee
tt Trust Co,, Chamber pf Commerce.
BUILDro(r PERMITS. "
J.Cv I,.rign, repairs, Larrabe and
Broadway; 3600.
. O. 8. Olaen. 1ft story dwelling, Knott
and Mississippi avenue; 81 000.
- Spinach ha medicinal properties equal
to all good pill ever madf
BUTTE - A
iiilRNER
Seattle JaKes a Game
. From Tigerse
PORTLAND DOWNED
Helena Has a Cinch on Third Place
- Various Interesting
otes.
Northwest League.
Yesterday' core Helena, 3: Portland,
0. Seattle, 1; Tacoma. 0. Butte, 4; Spo
kane, 3.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
P. C.
Butte 691
Seattle 678
Helena 636
Portland -4i
Taooma 405
Spokane 397
Portland was shut out in the first game
of the Helena series yesterday. They
will have to win Ave atraight game from
Helena in order to get th third place
In the percentage oolumns ot the North
west League. Tb diamond waa a mud
puddle. The fight was a pitchers' bat
tle. In the third the visitors brought in
three runs. This 1 all tTi business that
wa performed during the game by either
slue.
Thompson, for Helena, struck out nine
men. What few hits he did allow were
scattering, and no benefit came to the
home team from them.
Brown,, the center fielder of the Helena
team, wa,"hit--oa,;i
Wltbeck' pitched bails. Umpire Lynch
mad hi first appearance at Portland
as an umpire. Last ytar he played
here with Tacoma.
SCORE BY INNINGS. " '
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Helena 0 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 08
Portland 0 b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SUMMARY.
Earned runs Helena 1.
Bases on balls Off Wltbeck, 2; Off
Thompson, 1.
Hit by pitcher HAnnivan, Van Buren.
Brown.
Struck out By Wltbeck, 3; by Thompr
son, 9'.
Three-base htts--8haffer.
Sacrifice hit Shaffer. Holly, Wltbeck.
Left on bases Portland. 9; Helena, 6.
Double plays Adams to Anderson to
Stovall; Stovall (unassisted); Anderson to
Weed to Stovall. .
Umpire Lynoii. .
Attendance 150.
SEATTLE WINS OUT.
SEATTLE, Oct. 'St Til a downpour ot
rain, which became so fierce that the
game was called In tha seventh inning.
Seattle won out by bringing In a single
score. The diamond was muddy and It
was Impossible to play good ball with
the footing uncertain and the rain beat
ing In the faces of the players.
SCORE BY INNINQS.
1 2 3 4 6 6
Seattle .....u 0 0 0 0 1
Tacoma 0 0 0 0 0 0
SUMMARY.
7
1
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Earned runs Seattle 1.
Base on balls Off Stovall, 2
off Har-
mon, 3.
Hit by pitcher Letcher, Dalrymple.
Struck out By Stovall, 6; by Harmon,
2.
Three-base hit Drennan.
Stolen bases Klopf, Babbitt.
Left on. bas.ej SeattleToma 7. ..
Time of game 1:20.
Umpire McCarthy .
Attendance 200.
BUTTE MAKES GOOD.
SPOKANE, Oct 6 After a hotly-con
tested game, Butte won out by a single
run. But for a bad fumble on the part
of McKevitt the game would hae gone
to the Bunchgrassers.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
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SDOkane 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 03
SUMMARY.
Earned rami Spokane, 2; Butte 1.
Base on balls Oft Pfelster, 4.
Struck out By Pfeister, 2; by Roach, 1.
Two-base hits McKevitt, Kane, 11c
Hale, Ward.
Three-base hit Ferris.
Sacrifice hits Kelly (2), Ferris, Dona
hue, Elsey, Roach, Smith.
Stolen bases Donahue. Ward, Zearfosa.
Left on bases Spokane, 4; Butte, 6.
Time of game 130.
Umpire Colgan.
Attendance 6uu.
LIPTON S CHALLENGE.
LONDON, Oct. 8. Sir Thomas Llpton'
third challenge for a aerie of races for
th America's Cup wa signed yester
day at Belfast, Ireland, by the officials
of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club. Tne
Hon. Charles Russell represented Sir
Thomas Llpton. The challenge was Im
mediately posted.
CORBKTT-RICB.
WATERBURY, Conn., Oct 8. A license
waa granted to the Waterbury Athletic
Club tor a boxing exhibltloA to be held
In this city Thursday evening, November
6, in which the bout will be one of twenty
rounds between Voung Corbett and Aus
tin Rice, of New London.
ELECTED OFFICERS.
Officers were elected for the ensuing year
at a meeting of the Portland Football
Club last night: Patron, R. Livingstone;
president Georce J. Cameron; captain,
Arthur Honey man; secretary-treasurer,
Frank Wilder; executive and finance Com
mittee, Peter Grant, Alexander Gavin,
E. A. S. Cawstui, W. C, Jackson and J.
Magee.
RACES, AT SPOKANE.
SPOKANE. Oct. 8. The result of the
race yesUfday were as follows:
2:20 trot Mac Mac won. Idot second;
time, 2:22. 2:23. " , '
Saven-eiehth of a mile -Burdock won.
Tlng-a-Llng second; Haveco tnlrd; time.
1:83.
Mil nd a sixteenth, handican Jul
Gyp won. Sailor seoond, Btromo third:
time. 1:62." i . .
Three furlongs, handicapQueen T. won,
Big Dutch second. Rattler third; tgne.
0:36 1-4. , - ' ' .
TOUNO CORBETT SPARS.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct t Last night
Eddie Lenny adj Toons; Corbett sparred
rlx round. Lenny was knocTtea down ft
number of times. But for the dose of
the last round Lenny would have been
knocked out.
WESTERN , RACING CIRCUIT.
BUTTE, MonL. Oct 8. A ntpvement
I on foot 'Among well-known Montana
turfmen, together with horsemen of Den'
ver and Colorado 8prings, to -organise
a Western Racing Circuit Races will
be held at Colorado Springs, Butte and
Anaconda next year.- It 1 one of th
biggest racing; projects In the West In
many years, and It Is understood ha
every prospect of going through. Charley
Clark, on of Senator W. A. Clark, the
Montana millionaire mine fTwner. is said
to be In the project
FOR SPOKANE FAIR.
O. R. e N.-M4c-Lew-Rtr including
On Admission Coupon.
For the Spokane Interstate Fair at Spo
kane, October to 14. the O. R. & N.
makes the low rate of 19.60 round trip
from Portland, including one admission
coupon. Tickets on sale October 8: good
until October 15. City Ticket Office, Third
and Washington.
The Journal, dally, eight to 20 pages, a
newspaper, only $4 a year by mall; six
ir nths. 82.
NEW TODAY.
Homebuilders !
Times are lively around North
Irvington. Several new houses
now building and many more
contracted for. North irvington
is one of the most desirable lo
calities for a home. Lots are
cheap ($100 each and upwards),
and can be bad on very easy
terms.Strets,are. hjeinoJfM
ed, and water will be piped to
every lot. Take the Woodlawn
or Vancouver car, and call at
our North Irvington office, cor
ner of Union avenue and Failing
streets, and secure maps, plats,
and detailed information.
Tint mum jut co.
6 and 7, Chamber of Commerce.
St. Johns
QUARTER ACRE, HALF
ACRE, ACRE LOTS.
Small Cash Payment and Month
ly Installments.
Each lot fronts On at least one street;
Is either directly adjoining or within three
blocks of the street-car line; fine soil and
city water.
HI. IiM mws.
3 Chamber of Commerce,
Branch Office Opposite Cedar Park
at St. Johns. ,
DON'T MISS
This opportunity to se
cure a beautiful six room
cottage. Bargain price
and easy terms.
Electric cars 5 cents fare.
- LW.-BROWN-
03 Falling Bldg. Third and Washington
Safe Deposit
Vaults
(FREDERICK K. ARNOLD, Supt.)
Wa own the Safe Deposit Vaults in
the Chamber or Commerce building.
For a few dollars a year you can be
made to feel secure and easy in your
mind regal-dins your valuables. Our
vaults are fire- and-burglar proof and
furnish entire protection at all times.
Private rooms for clients, where
boxes can be taken, contents exam
ined, letters written, and other busi
ness transacted. If yotf contemplate
leaving town for a season, rent a
safe, and deposit therein your Jew
elry, keepsakes, deeds, mortgages,
your will and other valuables. ,
SAFETY AND SECRECY COMBINED.
BE Mimh I15H0.
6 and 7, Chamber of Commerce.
NOB HILL HOMES
We are authorized to offer for sale, at
a bargain, that beautiful home of Judge
Carey, No. 46 21st St. The lot 'Is 86x100,
with a thoroughly modern 10-room house.
In fine condition. :
Prior to the departure for ..Europe of
Mr. Louis Feure we can offer for sale at
a great sacrifice his beautiful and sightly
home at the head of Everett street, con
sisting of large and commodloua house
and vf an .acre f ground.
GR1NPSTAFT & BLAIN, 248 Stark
NEW TODAY;
A ftV .SPECIAL- BARGAINS
$6500
100x100 and 7 -room eottage.
on -Chapman ' st, ' opposite
Multnomah Club; a great
bargain. Right in town. Or
will sell In fractions to suit
purchasers.
60x100 on 13th. opposlt
Portland Academy.
$2500
$6000
$2400
$3000
$4000
120x175 and modern 10-room
house; close in: beautiful
view; will divide land if nec
essary. Corner lot (52x104), West
Madison and Nartllla sts.,
King's Heights.
Corner lot 2 cottages, 11th
and Kearny, paying 8 per
cent net,
Full lot and large 8-room
house, 704 Flanders St., be
tween 21st and 22d; choicest
location In city. A great
bargain.
$12
rnft Business lot, 60 feet from
. 7J 1 1 1 1 Morrison and one block
$1050
$'800'
$2600
$5500
$1800
$5000
$8250
$2300
$6250
$1600
$1200
$2400
$500
1 lots In Piedmont
Two Irvington It-acre tracts;
blpgest acre snap on the
market.
I-pt and 8-room house, 331
Chapman.
Quarter block on 12th and
Aarrlson; fine location for
fiats.
Corner lot and 7-room
house. East Ninth and Lin
coln. 100x100 adjoining terminal
grounds, choice warehouse
property; $1000 cash, bal
ance 6 per cent
50x100, 4 flats, now paying
8 per cent net on $9500.
Full lot and new modern
6-room house, also new car
peln and combination tlx
tures. Will buy the finest 6 -acre
tract, suitable for platting;
on :aa Line road, this side
of Mount Tabor, if taken
quick.
Beautiful block in Waverly,
-'1)0x2.10. No better buy in
the city.
Full block, Patton's 2d add.;
it is block 28, and is a
great snap.
100x100 And d-room cot-
lugH, Upper Albino.
and up. beautiful lots at Mt.
Tabor. Fine location.
Many other good bargains on our list
In all classes of - property.
Favorable terms on any of the above.
ORINDSTAFF & BLAIN. 246 Stark.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
BtrYREAL"EETATEfNAKGR6v4l
before jriee so way up
No place has better prospects than
Oak Grove, where prices have doubled
In the hint year, where the Southern
Pacific will build a bridge across the
Willumette, where the prospects are ex
cellent for an Immense large lumber
manufacturing plant, where Keep &
Uore are to erect their Immense large
tannery, where the American Car Man
ufacturing Company Is to locate Its
lar-maiiufacuirlng establishment, pro
vlded the Southern Pacific crosses the
' river ne builds through Oak Grove,
then lots that we sell now for $25 will
sell readily for $1000. Dun't forget this
is no Josh; you will miss It if you don't
buy In Oak Grove now. It l the leaih
Ing suburb of Portland. Lot from $25
to $50 each. Acre property from $100
to tl&0 per acre.
For further particulars call on or ad
dress R. H. Dunn and V. Schmld, gen
eral agents, 14V4, First st, or 109
Gland ave.
COLD FACT S-r FJNB PROPERTIES
"Title 'good - -"" -
A splendid 6-acre place," with fine 6
room house and good barn, buildings
costing $10(0 and a good as new, situ
ated 1 mile from Clackamas; only $900.
One of the handsomest homes on the
East Side, convenient to the Union ave.
ss; a lovely 6-room house, newlv fur
nished, with a lot 69x142, all kinds of
fruit and shrubbery, good barn, chicken
park and 2 chickert-houses; no doubt
about this being a bargain at only
$1G50.
A very neat and comfortable 6-room
cottage on Elm St., between Washing
ton and Btark; East Bide: only $550.
Fine new residence and store, with
75x270 feet ground, 2 blocks from
Clackamas Station; store well stocked
with new fresh grovery stock; good
barn; a splendid opportunity for the
right man, and a gilt-edge bargain at
$2000.
Don't forget our beautiful building
lots, convenient to St. Johns cars.
Peninsular, $50 each; easy payments.
" " Nothing else as good inrthe crty for the
money.
Keep your "I" on these bargains.
Wouldn't they "bump" you and make
you wish you had called on
R. H. DUNN. 149V4 First st.
R. A, W. Barfoot.
Clint K. Monroe
Barfoot & Monroe
REALESJATE
333 STARK STREET
Improved and unimproved properties in all
parts of the city, acreage and farm lands
in all parts of the state. '
Be sure and see our list before buying.
Some business chance that will bar In
vestigation, in and out of the city.
ll OaIH (with or without RilUnflramt Tnim.
1 ud Rsixdrad. Panucon Typewriter ttlbbons
I for all MjMhiiw. unn fwutt, cwtxm n-
par. and ralatwllaneoin Typewriter Supplwa
i and Furniture. BTjuroaSirms rgiHsn
WITHOUT CB4B0B.
Wyckoff, Seaman 3 Benedict
i
249 Stark St., Portland, Or.
RAILROAD TIMt TABLES.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leaves.
DEPOT, FIFTH
AND I STREETS.
Arrive.
For Mayger, Raln-ier.Clatskanle.West-port,
Clifton, Asto
ria, Warrenton, Fla
vel, Hammond. Fort
Stevens, Gearhar:
Pk.. 8easlde,Astorta
and Seashore Ex
press, Daily.
Astoria Express,
Dally
8:00 A. M.
11 10 A M.
7:00 P. M.
9:40 P. M.
Ttalrftr office. zSft Morrison at.-, m,A
Lnien Depots "
J. C. MAXU, General passenger Aant
Astoria Or.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
STEAMSHIP CO;
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling
at Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking,
freight via connecting steamers for Ma
ttlla. Port Arthur ndY!adfvostocfc.
For rate and fulr Information call oa
or address official or agent el th x
R. w. to. .
mm
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
EAST via.
SOUTH
. fir tufttiT.
I IOGC I . S 1ASSU 1
ltftV ,ot'Tt, w
Nails'
Leave. Union Depot. Arrive.
OVERLAND EX- , ' t -PREfid
TWAINS. 'i
8:30 d m lor SAtos. Roe- '
e.aup.m burg, Asluand, Sao- "
ramento, Ogdea, NO
San Francisco, Mo- X
Jaye. Lo Angeles, .
El Pao. New Or- V
leans and the East. ' '
8:S0s,n It W o o d p a r n
daily (a-ceft Sun- ,
day), morning train v
for Mt Angel, Sd- "
verton. Browns-. "
v 1 1 1 e, Springfield
Weadling and Nat
ron. 4:00 p.ra Albany, passenger... 10:10am
Connects at Wood
burn with Mt An
gel -and Si; verton " -local.
7:30 a.m Corvallls passenger. t-M p.Tt ' '
)!B:50p.m Sheridan passenger. '8:2 a-m.
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
Portland-Oawego Suburban Service and
Yamhill Division.
Lcpot Foot of Jefferson Gtreet,
Leave Portland daily for Oswego l
7:20 a. in.; 12:30, 1:6a, j.?5. 4:40, 6:26. 8:38
P; . Daily except Sunday. 6:30; 9:40 a,
m.; 6:05, 11:30 p. m. Sunday only, 9:00 a.
m.
Returning from ' Oswpgo arriv Port
land dUy S-'30 m., 1:35, 3:10. 4:30. :18,
I'M' l0i60 P- Dallv xoept Sunday
6:35. 9:30. fo:IO a. m. Except Monday
12:41 a. m. Swnday only 10:06 a. rrt
Leave from same depot for Dallas and
Intermediate points daily except Sundav.
5:05 p. m. Arrive Portland 9:30 a. m.
The Independence-Monmouth Motor
Line operates dally to Monmouth and
Alrlle. connecting with Southern Paoift
Company trains at Dallas and Independ
ence. Rebate tickets on sale between Port
land. Sacramento and San Francisco. Net
rates $17.50 first class and $14 second
class. Second class Includes sleeper, Orsl
class does not.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe
also Japan, China, Honolulu and Ads
trails.
City Ticket Offlc corner Third and
Washington street. Phone Main 711.
C. W. STINGER, W. E. COMAN,
City Ticket Agent Gen. Pas. Agt,
Oregon
LSHOirLiNE
bunion Pacific
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT. Leave Arrive?
CHICAGO-PORTLAND "
SPECIAL. ;m 4:30 no.
For tho East via Hunt- Dally Dally
ington.
SPOKANE FLYER,
For Eastern Washing
ton. Walla Walla, Lew- :Up tn 7:00am
-stov Qoaut . . d,' Alone. PM v, .gaily
and Great -Northern. -
point.
ATLANTIC EXPRES8. .,-,
For tb SSon?? Hunt PMy pST,
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRAN- T" "
CISCO. From
88. Geo. W. Elder-- Aln-
Oct 9. 19, 29. 5'or! 5.-00 pm
BS. Columbia Dock
6ct. 4, 14. 24. 8.-0upm
Wm ASTORIA and 8:00 pm 1
way points, connecting Daily 6pm
with str. for Ilwaco and ex Sun.. Daily
North Beach, str. Has- Sat' 10 ex Son.
salo, Ash street dock, p m
FOR DATTON. Oregon 7:00 a.ml3:0 n.m
City and yamhill River i."" ""P.
points, str. Modoc Ash- XV. MJon;, "
street dock. Th"r"
(Water permitting.)
TICKET OFFICE. Third and WaahiagV
. ton. Telephone. Main Hi.
TIME CARD
OP (,
TRAINS
PORTLAND:
Leaves.
7 :25 a. m.
Arrive.
6:46 p, a.
U:10o.m.
7:00 a. m.
, $ .0$ p. m.
Puget Sound Limited
KansBs City-8t
Louis Special
North Coast Limited
acoma, Seattle
Night Express
11:10 a. m.
3:30 p. m.
11:43 p. m.
Take Puget Sound Limited or Nort"
Coadt Limited for Gray's Harbor points.
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olympla
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kansas
Clty-St Louts Special for points pa.
South Bend rrancu. . , ,
Double daily train service on Gray)
Harbor branci. :.,.
Four trains dally between Portland aaqj
Tacoma and Seattle.
A D. CHARLTON,
Asflstsr.t General Passenger Agent
256 Morrison St., Portland. Or.
THE ONLY THROUGH TRAINS
WITHOUT CHANUE OF CARS
BETWEEN
PORTLAND
AND-
CHICAGO
RUN OVER
CHICAGO & NORTH
WESTERN RY.
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TLUE -70 HOURS TO CHICAGO
v a; a. aiRKER, .
" General Agent' C k HC "W. BaHway.
153 Third SU, PORTLAND, 0
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