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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL", PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. ' JULY 30. 1904.
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FOR LITTLE ANNA LA
BBNATOR CIAHK. OF MONTANA.
fBRIDB WHEN IT IS FINISHED. IT
7 (Josxnal Special ferric.) -Washington,
July JO. The romance of
Senator Clark of Montana and Mlaa
Anna La Chappelle la a romance of a
harp. The copper king's passion Is
music, and his wife Is a rarely talented
musician, especially upon the harp. - In
fact, she has received many offers to
adopt the profession.- But her devotion
to her benefactor overcame her ambl-
itlon as an artist. Musicians think she
.has made the greater sacrifice. .For,
ijthey argue, money-makers come in every
age. while geniuses come only once in a
- - Just before Senator Clark sailed for
Europe the last time he told some
friends In the senate to be prepared for
a great surprise before he returned.
He said his health troubled him and he
waa going abroad to put his household
In order. Then It waa rumored that he
intended to. wed. and as his name has
been connected with that of Miss Anna
La Chappelle for nearly eight years, she
.was naturally selected for the bride.
The senator first met Miss Anna La
Chappelle 11 years ago, when she waa
ANNA LA CHAPPELLE,
scarcely 17. She will be 2S on her next
birthday. Her father, ' Dr. Theophllus
Aj tnappeue, went u jouiie rrom mom
real, hoping to Improve his health and
fortune. He soon succumbed to tuber
culosis, the enemy from which he was
. fleeing, and his family was left almost
penniless. Mr., Clark was then the same
power In Butte that he Is now,, and Dr.
' La Chappelle had sought his aid.
un nis arauipm ni cnnnaea xne care
of his family to the millionaire, speak
ing of Anna's wonderful talents for
music and deploring that he could never
Senator Clark promised to look after
the family, consisting of the wife,, two
'daughters and a son, Arthur, now In
business In Minnesota, He bought ai
modest borne for the widow and placed
all the children at school. He sent
Anna to a conservatory In Boston, and
then - her ' teachers learned that her
talent for music, especially for the
harp, was marvelous. . He determined to
send her abroad to study under the
best masters. " His affection fw her
then was simply that of a father, and
It extended to the entire family.
Mlsa La Chappelle'e progress in music,
art and the langunges was moat grati
fying. During the nrt nv years or her
Paris life she lived with Senator Clark's
widowed sister and studied moet nuntdu-ously.-
It was then her intention to
go on the stage as a harp soloist. She
hod even derided to show her gratitude
to her benefactor by taking the name
of his state ae her stage name. "Mon
Hiring all this time she lived In se
'!ulnn and saw the Senator only on
ills rare visits' to Palis. She grew Into
a radiantly beautiful woman of- the
FrenrhJ'onndlan type, petite and grace
ful, with lutrou. dark eyes and beau
tiful chestnut hair.
Ahont thta tltn Senitor ClarV's slrter
wlffhed to leve Krhnre. and the young
student wrote . to the aenntor for
timhor hmernr. 1 1 ensured 111
eervlres of to oitntese Mnrle Ser
ver -an. wlOow or sn ar1to'ret, but of
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fine Quarters In the Boulevard Hauls-1
man and surrounded them with every
The countess Introduced Miss La
Chappelle into select musical and ar
tistic circles, and her charms and tal
ent brought her flattering offers, some
of a stage career, and some of a more
sentimental character. -This was in
189. The senator waa making his
usual visit to France when the
countess laid these matters before him.
It was then that he realised ' that his
parental affection had developed into
an absorbing love. But he did not de
clare -himself. ' He . told the countess
that he preferred his ward to study
for another year before considering any
offer of a professional career. Then he
came back to this country without
knowing whether his ward's feelings
bad undergone the same transformation
as his own.
, That year he made more than one
trip to Paris. He went in the autumn,
again at Christmas, time and again at
Earner. After-each visit he was more
and more Infatuated "with hie - pro-
NOW MRS. CLARK.
tege, but she seemed totally . uncon
scious of his suit. He spent tnol-e
time with her, listened to her playing
on the harp, which! famous French ar
tists pronounced magnificent. He load
ed her with luxuries, bought her. rare
jewels and the finest horses, and sent
to Berlin and .to Straaburg for special
teachers to give her lessons.
But still he never asked her to be
his wife. - In fact, he dreaded to put her
gratitude to the test He wanted her
love, not that - She should feel bound
to accept his offer. He aought the ad
vice of the countess. ' He tried strata
gem and told, her he would.be soon
married and that he could not spend
so much time In Paris. Mtns La Chap
pelle seemed thunder-stricken, and for
several daya she drooped like a flower.
.Then the countess told her that her
benefactor loved her, but for personal
reason he could - not marry her just
then. Would she consent to wait? .She
was willing, but at, this time ' the
tongues of the gossips werev wagging
busily. In Butte everything the senator
did was misinterpreted by his political
. Then the children of the senator took
a hand. They declared that the entire
La Chappelle. .amlly had angled from the:
first to marry Anna to their father, and
they threatened a revolt If he brought 1
her to this country as their stepmother.
The senator Is a kind. Indulgent father,!
and he dreaded any family estrange-j
ment. He wns fighting for his political
life with Marcus Daly, and. being sin
cerely In love with his ward, he did not
wleh to subject her to the lnuendoes
which would result from the publication
of his engagement. .
The next trouble came from his fair
fiancee herself. During the rarts e po
sition rumors had him betrothed to
every single woman of suitable rank In
Paris. Mlrs La Chnppelleld not relish
this and she pfonnord to - break the
troth. 1 It was at this juncture that the
private marriage Wn proposed and car
ried out. '
Trtsstltile girl, Andtee, the feminine of
her father's middle name Andrew, was
born In the same ' villa on the Bay or.
Algiers where the honeymoon wns spent
This child was i years old in June.
It has been said that thla small daflpfh
ter cost almost J10.000 before she was a
week old. . So great- waa the secrecy
and so magnificent the preparations
for this event that the 'people around
Algiers firmly believe that Mrs.- Clark
s the morganatlo wife of a great king.
A bout-six weeks ago a second child was
born to Senator and Mrs. Clark, but It
lived barely an hour.
' (Special Diipateh to The Journal.) -'
Seattle, July 10. Democrats all over
the state are preparing for the state
convention at Belllngham next week.
Candidates for most of the offices have
appeared, but the only certainty Is that
George Turner of Bpokane will be noml
nated for governor. There is no oppo
sition worthy of mention to the pro
gram to make him lead the ticket, and
It la generally conceded that he Is far
and away the strongest candidate that
could be chosen; r
Eastern Washington Is particularly
strong on Turner, aa it has been his
home ever since he came to the state,
and his personal achievements in the
United States senate and In- other high
positions of trust notably on the
Alaska boundary commission, have there
been a matter of pride. His consistent
attitude toward the principles of his
party since his election to the senate
and his support of Judge Parker be
fore the national Democratic convention'
met have ' added to hie strength In
marked degree. )
Much Seat to Contest.
The possibility that Turner will be
elected to the senate again should
Democratic legislature be chosen adds
much seat to the contest for lieutenant
governor. Almost every county in tlieS
state has its aspirants, and over the
of floe the keenest contest of the con
vent Ion will be waged. In King county
Gen. James B. Metcalfe and Van R.
Plerson ask the office, and willing ones
outside are Judge Elliott of Lewis
county,' William Blackman, state labor
commissioner; Henry Drum of Olyrapla,
John T. Bibb, J. T. Eshelman and Ernest
Lister of Tacoma, and H. B. Silver of
Blackman, because- of his. activity aa
labor commissioner and his record as
the only Democrat In the present state
administration. Is considered ss one of
the strongest candidates; but Henry
Drum has . also gathered -about him
strong support Senator Turner has de
clared he will In no way seek 'to desig
nate his running; mate, so It Is a free-for-all
From the Atchison Globe.
An Atchison woman has remained an
old maid for no other -reason than that
her mother once Jied twlna.:
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A Z.OBTO SBABCX.
How Aa C astern Kan Came All the Way
To rortland to ateooysr a Z.ost
. .. . ... , .....Treasure. -
Health Is one of the treasures of life.
The following narrative by a well-known
cltixen of Portland tells of physical tor
ture which led to a trip from the teat
to Oregon In search of It.
Jaa. Petersen, employed . by G. C
Havely of the O. R. & N. R. R. Co., and
living at Woodstock, says: "In my opin
ion, if any sufferer from backache falls
to find relief In Doan's Kidney 'pills
there Is no relief for him on earth.
However, I don't believe sny case ex
ls(s which Doan's Kidney Pills will not
help. I had severe beckache and a
weakness of the kidneys -for years. My
back ached at times so that I could
hardly get up from a couch, and the kid
ney secretions presented very unnatural
appearances, and deposited a heavy sedi
ment If allowed to stand long enough. I
spent lots of money when living In the
East in trying to get something to effect
a cure. I came out here to Portland 12
yeara ago. thinking the change of cli
mate might benefit me, hut the trouble
still clung to me. I paid- one doctor in
the town 176 for medicines, hut I might
lust as well have taken so much water,
so far-as any benefit, waa concerned. -I
used five bottles of a well-known rem
edy manufactured In the East and re
ceived only temporary relief. 1 finally
saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and
one day i stepped into tne L.aue-uavis
rieiir rntnn.nv ntnea. at Yamhill and
Third streets, knd asked Mr. I4tue what
he knew about them. I knew I could
depend upon what he said. lis reported
tnat people wno nan ueen tnam recom
mended them In highest terms. T bouarht
a box and had ued them only a few
doaea when I knew they had gone to the
root of the trouble.. I continued their
use until I had used three boxes, and
can say cheerfully that they did more
for me than ail the other medicines put
For sale by Sill dealers. Price 80 cents.
Foeter-Mllburn Co.. "Buffalo, N. T., sole
gents for the United Ststes.
v Kememner tne nam '"eJoan ana
take bo gubiUUte - ,
Aside from lte joining on to the city
limits of Portland, has more natural ad
vantages than any other coumy in ma
state. It grows better fruit, grain and
vegetables, and more and better pota
toes than is produced anywhere else In
Oreaon. Besides, with the market of
the northwest right at . her door, her
lands are from 10 to 60, per cent lower
in price' than can be had .elsewhere.
jNoie me louowing:
$30 Per AcreV
144 acres at Springwater; 110 In culti
vation; i acres rcnara; new ouuuus.
near at-hnnl. nnntnfrlca and store: 0
acres in hsy; 1H mllee from Casadero,
preaent terminus of O. W. P A Ry, into
Portland: flrst-clnss gravel road into
Portland and Oregon City: can be ad
vantageously divided Into S farms.
$18 Per Acre
1(0 acrea 40 in cultivation: ' red loam
soli fine for fruit; 30 acres light timber;
running stream; 25 acres In clover;
1 acre In apples; dwelling; barn; gran
ery: H mile from Casailero on O. ..W.
P. A Ry; 6 miles to Highland; 1 head
of cattle, 20 acres grain, potatoes, etc..
go with sale. Dirt aheap, Xairspash. ,
$7 Per Acre
M acres; R acres slashed, balance light
growth; about 10 acrea untlllable; only
i miles from Mollala corners.
' $30 Per Acre s
1(1 acres; SO in cultivation; -14 acres
orchard; large spring; 1.000,009 feet of
good saw timber.
$50 Per Acre
40 acres. I . miles from Orea-on Cltr:
level; timber cut off; balance brush;
surrounded by line larms; no improve
ments. ,. . s
UU SSTATB ASS ZlTVXSTMXaTTS.
833 Washington Street,'
1.120 acres, B0 clear; with a very little
clearing up 800 acres of fine, rich bot
tom land can be plowed, rest Is rsnge.
There Is a large body of land back of
this that has no water, so the owner of
thl will have the use or tnnt ror pas
nr 2 U. mtlea from railroad atatlon.
stores, postofflce, etc.; very cheap. Oblf
Four miles from railroad v town. 1 mile
to 2 stores, postofflce, churches, school,
cheese factory, eto. Barn 60x70 with
sheds. 4 -room house, large . .woodshed.
double walled milk house, smoke house,
etc.; on Kod county roadr good slsed
variety orchard; zo acres in meadow;
nlentv of timber for own use: creek on
Place; 3 springs; I wells; splendid soil,
rice one-half what you will ask when
you own it. . ,
Price Now Only $1,400
Good 6-R6om House
Large lot, and fruit trees; grand yiew, In
South' Portland. . t '
ind fruit trees; gran
tland. . i
Equity Real Estate Co.
384 B. Morrison gt Portland. Or.
HAS A GREAT
Choice Lots, Close In
$10 Per Month
';. - . ;.. . ,
BUY NOW WHILE THEY
E. R. Shepard
Real Estate Exchange
T-mOOM XOVia. easy walking dis
tance, nearly new; hot and cold wa
ter: full baaement; lot 60x100: one
half block to car line. Price, $1,200.
S BOOM COTTAQB nearly new; hot and
cold water; baaement; - two blocka
from car line; -Montavllla. Price,
10 ACXra, level, all fenced, one-half in
crop; three-quarters of a mile to car
Une.-.-rlce, 11,260. .
e.75-ACXX dairy farm, one mile from
railroad; 60 acres in mesuow ana
large bearing orchard; building;' wit
ter piped to the house; fine sandstone
quarry on the place with water power
atone sawmill and dwelling houae; on
aavigable river. Cheap at 14,000.
two ooob msuirQTnts
VOX SAJU AT A BAXOA2S.
A f rw extra rood Timber Claims and
Komaeteads for location.
Maxwell (2 Burg
Sit Ablngtom Bldg, Portland, Or. "
For Said atWobdmere
Terras to suit Chnlce lots In
Laitrelwood, ti per month. Mod
ern 7-room house to rent.
Take ML Scott car, First and Al
CEO. W. BROWN
03 TaWa Bldg. .
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0M 0 III
GO O H
ygOPOiALl yog STBIET WOKK.
Sealed pntpnla will be rncetTed at tbe office
of the .Auditor of the CHr of I'urtlaad yutll
trlilar. AllltUJtt 5. 1U04. at I cl.x-k B.
(r trie luirfTiaent of JCaat Tlilrtr-fourtk
atreet from the acmin Hue of Baa l.tna torn
to the north line of Hawthorne avenno, la the
manner pruritic by ordinance ."so. subject
to the irorlt()ua of the charter and ordlnaucva
of th tltjr of forllnnd. and the eatloiata of
tb city Knslneer. on file.
Mlilo mtiat be atrlctlr la aeeordinre with
printed Manila, .wbl-h will be furnlabed on
(plication at the office of the Auditor of the
riry of Portland. And eald InipixireDient siiiat
be eniuolet-4 on or before IKi i'a from the date
f the nlgnlug of tbe eontrect b the pertlra
No propoaal or bid will he eooaldered nnleaa
arcomi-anlrd by a eertlfled ch-S parable to
toe oroer or the Majror of lae Litr 01 rurtiana,
evrilfltKl or a reauonalble bank for an amouni
eatial to 10 ner cent of the aaa-rerate propoaaL
Tbo right to reject any and ail bids U hereby
nj oruer or int EfeaitT iinara.
TH8. C. DKVMJf.
Auditor of tbe City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon, Jdly 80, 10U4.
rgoposALiyom itkext majhtenaiici.
Healed nronoaala will be reeelTod at tbe offloa
of the Auditor of , tbe City of I'urtlajud uutll
for the repair and maHitenanre of 4be proposed
linprvvemeut of Yamhill street from the weat
Una of Fourth atroet to tbe eaat line or nix.
teentk atreet. In toe manner pruTlded by ordl
naiu-e No. 14.0U7.
Hlda aiunt be lb acpordanee with printed
blanka, which will be furnlabed en application
at tbe office of the 'Auditor of tba City of
Portland. Bald Improvement muat be repaired
when the proper -niun!c1pai authorltlna. eball
direct and aball be maintained In good condi
tion for the Mil period '( time for Which
contract ahall lie awarded.
. Each nrlipoaul ,nmt atate -the number of
ran for whlt-h the hlddc Drnnoaee to maintain
aald atreet Improvement and the ammtfn eack
year for which be Dropoeca to do aald work.
No pmiioaal or bid will be enualdered nnleaa
ecconuieulrd by a check payable to tbe order
of the Mayor of tbe City of i-ortland. certified
ty a ni-oniti nana ror an amount equal
to 10 per cent of tbe aggregate protxaMl, to be
ft-rfclted aa died end liouldatcd damages 4a
caae the . bidder' neeiecte or refuaea to enter
Into contnet and prorlde a auitable bond for
the faithful performance of aald work in tbe
event tbe contract la awarm-d to bim.
Tbe right to reject any aud all bids IS hereby
reaerTeoA . t
By order or tbe Kxerntlve Hoard.
TlHia. V tiKVUW.
Aodttnr of the City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon. July 30, 11H.
COMPLIXIOJf AND ACCCFTAXCK OT IK
rmovEXEKT or umiom avxhvz.
Notice la herebr aivea tbat William C. Elliot,
City Knglueer. baa Bled la tbe ofttce of the
nnderaiaued. notice that Glehbvh A Joplla,
eontractora for tbe lmprnvesent of Vnloa are-
sue, ander tbe provlalons or oetiiuance ro.
1.1.470, have' completed jaid atreet from the
renter Dee of Mechanic, atreet to tbe eenler
line of rnrtland boulerard aud from tbe center
lino of Iekiim arenne to 100 feet aontb of
the aontb line of I-wla Love 1. I.. O.
Said aceentance wilt be eonaldered by the
Txecutere Board at 4 o'clock.- on tbe Mb. day
of Auguat, 1U04.. and ehtectlona to the aceep-
lance or eain atreet, or any pan inivnii, nr
bo Sled In the ofnee of tbe undersigned at any
time prior thereto.
By THos. C. IIBVLI;
Auditor of tbe City of Portland.
Portland. Oregon. July SO. 1W4.
ACCErTANCE OF IX-
WAXES AJTS BOOD
Notice Is hereby sires that William C. El
lkitt. City Knalnoer, baa flled la tbe office of
the aniieralaned, notice that gmytb Howard
Co., Contractor for tbe improvement of
Water and Mood Street, -astler tb nrnvteton
ef ordlnane No. 13,777. ' bare complete: aald
Street, from the renter line of Ilarrlaon Street
to the center line of Grant Street.
Said acceptance will be eouelderea by tne
Kxerntlre Hoard-at 4 e cloea. or ine ntn aay
of Ansnat. Hit. and objectlona to the ae-
may be niee in tbe orrice or u anaeraignea
at sny time prior tnereto.
T11K EXKt'l'TIVE POARTt.
- By THUS. C. PRVI.IN,
' Auditor of tbe City of Portland.
Portia rd. Oregon. July 80, 1H04. .
coHPirnox adv acceft amci or iat-
PBOYEMEMT Or EAST TKIKTT-rOTXTH
. BTKCET. . ... . ' ....:....
Notice ta kerehy sleen that William C El
llntt. City Kuslneer. has Bled In tbe office of
the onilcmlfntMi, notice that Hraytb A Howard
Co.. O'litrxtora for tbe Improvement of katat
Thirty-fourth atreet, aodi-r tne provUlona of
ordlnaoce No. 13.419, bare enmi-li-ted aald
street, from tbe tout a line of liawihorne Ave
nue to the flxirin una or uiTtauia street.
Bald acceptance will be eonaldered by the
Executive Hoard t 4 o'clock, ea tb 6tb day
ef Ausuat. Jl-lt. -and objection to the ac
ceptance of ald atreet, or any part thereof,
may be tiled In the office of tbe undersigned
at any tin prior tncreto. t
TUB EXEt CTlVB BOARD,
By THOS. C. KBVI.1N,
Auditor of tbe City of 1'ortland.
PortUnd, Oregon, July SO, 1004.
COKFtETlOir AMD A0OEPTA1T0X Or IX-
rEOTXMEMT Or EAST BASKET ITSEXT.
Nctlce I hereby slven that William C. El
liott, City Ensineer. has Died In th office of
tb ondenlgiM-d, notice that Smyth A Howard
Co., Contractors fur th imnroyement of Eaat
Market Street, under tbe provlalon of ordlnane
No. IB, 60S, hare completed aald Street, from
th renter line of In Ion Avenue to th center
line of Kaat Sixth Street and from th center
line of eaat Seventh Street to tb center 11 u
of Eaat eisbtb Street.
Said aco-ptanc will be eonaldered by tb
Exeentlve Board at 4 o'clock, on th 6th day
or Ausnat, h: ana objectlona t tb ac
eentance of aald street, or any Bart thereof.
may be Sled In tb office of tb anderalgned
at any time prior thereto. ,. .
THB EXBflTITE BOARD.
By THOS. 0. DF.VLIH.
Auditor of tb City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon. ioXftftt, -1904. -
OOMrtETIOlf AUD AOCEPTAHCE Or IB
' rKOTEBEVT OE OTEKTOaT STEET..
Nit ice la hereby given that William O. El
liott, City Enslneer, baa Died In tb of fir of
th nnderatsnen, notice that rralneyy a Keat
Ins. (Vnitractora tor the ImnrovemeiiC of Over
ton Street, under tbe provlalon of ordinance
No, 1R.fl28, hav completed said Street, from
tb center line of ghrateeetb Street" te th
center line of Twentieth Street. -Said
aeeoptanc will be eonaldered by tb
Exeentlve Board at 4 o clock, on tb 6th day
of Ausuet, 10"4, and objection to th ac
ceptance of aald atreet. or any part thereof,
may be flled In the offlc et the anderalgned
at any time prior tncreto.
TUB EXECI'TIVB BOtRD.
r . By THUS. C. IEVMI,
Auditor of the City of Portlsnd.
Portland. Oregon, July 80, 1904.
COBFXETIOaT AVO ACOEPTANCI OE XB
FROVEKEXT Or BOXTM0BAH BTEEET.
Notice la hereby clvea that William C. El
liott, City Engineer, baa flled In U offlc of
Ilia nnneraigaeii, notice tnat J, K. o rnll. con
tractor for the Improvement ef Multnomah
Street, under th provlalcna of ordlnane No.
18. M.I. has completed aald Street, from tb
aat line of Eaat Twenty-fourth Street te th
aat tin or eaat Tweuty-eventh Street.
Said acceptance will be eonaldered by th
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, on th 6th day
of August; 1004, and objectlona to th ac
ceptance of said atreet, or any part thereof,
may lie filed In the office of th uoderelgnetj
at any time prior thereto.
f TUB FtBCITIYg BOARD. ;
' . r thus n. riRvi.iM
Auditor of tbe city of Portland.
Portland, Oregon. July SO, 1004. v 4
OOBPtETIOir AMD ACCEPTAKCE Or Df-
PR0VEMEMT Or VORTK OKE-HALT 01
EAWTK0EKE A TEEVE.
: Notice la hereby gives tbat William C. El
liott, City Engineer, baa Bled In the office of
the nnderalgiied. notice that K I wood Wile.
Contractor for the Improvement of th north
one-half of Hawthorn Avenue, under the pro
vialona of ordinance No. 13, oaf, haa completed
aald Street, from tbe eaat line of Kenwortby'
Addition to 1110 feet eaat of th eaat line of
Eaat Twenty aecond Street.
Said acceptance will b eonaldered by the
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, on tbe 6th day
of Auguat, 1114. and objection to the ac
cept am of uid street, or any part thereof,
may lie Aled In tbe offlc ef tbe anderalgned
at any tlai wine thereto. -
THB F.XKt'l TIVB BOARD.
' ' , ' By TIKIS. C. DEVLIN,'
Andttnrnf the city ef Portland--
Portland, Oregon, July 80, 11104. '
C0BPLEJI0E AMD ACCEPTANCE OF SEW
EE EAST ALDEK STBEET AEO EAST
Nolle la hereby given' that William C El
liott, City Engineer, haa flled in tb offlc of
the nnderatgned, notice that O. A. Anderson,
Contractor for th coneiructtoa of a newer
In Eaat Alder Street and Kaat 80th Street,
tinder the provlalon of ordinance No. lS,Aft2
baa completed aald newer, (mm an feet went
of Eaat Jtta Street to tbe eewer la Eaat
Aider Street, at Eaat 8th Street, -e
Said- aceentance wilt be eonaldered by th
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, na th 6th dar
of Anruat. IW14, and objections to th ac
ceptance of said atreet. or any part thereof.
may he tiled in tbe offlc ef the anderalgned
t any time prior thereto.
THE EXECITITE BOARD,
By THOS. C. 'I-KVMN,
Andltor of h City of Portlaad,
rprOtnd, Vitgva, J air. (0, 1V04, , .
CITT TBEAIVBEB'S V0TICE OP SALE 01
BEAT. PROPIEiy tOU BELIgaUEMT
Nolle I hereby given that th Auditor of
th City of Cortland baa transmitted to me
a Hat ef tbe delinquent aaaetiementa fin tbe
improving of Morrlaon atreet. from 1'4 feet Mat
of tb weat lln of Front atreet to the eaat
line of fbapmaa street, and that -pnreuant to
action til! of tb charter of th City of Port
laud, I will, on Mup'lay. the lat day of Aoguaf,
lwo4. at tb hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the
Meet door ef the City -Hall, la .the City of
Portland. Oregon; offer for aal at public aue
tloa to th bin heat bidder for eaah. eubjeet to
reaemption. th following aeacrieea parcel
t real properly, to-Witt
Portland - ----- 1 -' ---'
Blk Slu, lot 6. John Cork lab '.. tT.M
in k -ii-i. ii e. jonn toraiaa : ,0.41
Blk 312. kit 0, John V. sad 'Alvlra F.
Kach plec or tract of land will be aold
eratlr and for a mm not lee than tb
unpaid aaaeaament thereon and Intereet and
eoet of adrertlalns and sale: If more thi
one bid ta offered the land will be aolrl to th
bidder offering to take th asm for th leaat
amount of penalty aad Internet, . Competition
. Flrat t'noa tb neaaltv fjbe tb flrat nerlnd.
. Seciind I poa th penalty for tb succeed-
IDF perione. .
Third I'yos tb rst ef Interest.
J. E. WERLBIN,
City Traaanrer ef th. City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon. July X 1004.
PROPOSALS FOB STBEET W0EJX. -
Sealed nmnoaaai will b received at th of flee
of tb Auditor of th City of Cortland until
r naay. ' Auguat a. 1004. at 8 o'clock p. m,.
for tb Imnrovemeiit of Eaat Twentv-elshth
atreet from the anutb lln of Belmont atreet
ti tbe north line of lln w thorn avenue. In th
manner provided by ordlnane No. 13.IMK, sub
ject to th provlalnna of th charter and rdl
nanees of th city of Portland, and tb eatlmat
01 me utr Kngineer, on rue. .
- Bid aiuat be strictly la aeenrdane with
printed blanka, wh)-h will be furnUned a
application at th office of tb Auditor of tb
City of Finland. And aald I ni Drove ment mnat
be completed ori or before So day from the
o 01 in elgning el the coirtract by -tb
parties, thereto. - -
No aronoaal or bid will be considered aula
accompanied by a eertlfled check payable H
th order of th Mayor ef the City of Portland
certified by a reeponalble bank toe as amount
equal ta 10 per cent of th aggregate propoaal.
The right to reject any and all bids la hereby
Mr Ail .
By order ef th. Exeentlve Board.
THOS. C. KKVMN,
- ' Auditor of the City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon, July SO, 1004.
PROPOSALS .OB STEEET WORE.
Sealed Droonaal will be received at the offle
Of th Andltor of tbe City of Portland until
rnaay, Ausuat . HO, at S o'clock p. m.,
for the Improvement of Yamhill atreet from tbe
weat lln of Fourth street to tha eaat lln of
Sliteeatb atreet In the manner provided by
ordinance No. 14.007. aitbject to the Drorlalona
of the charter and ordinance- at th City of
r-oruana. ana in vaumate ox me uitv . .
gli.eer, on file. .
mil muat n atrlctlr la accordance with
printed blank, which will be furnlahed on
application at the office of t a Auditor, of
the city of Portland. And aald Improvement
must be completed on or .before so day from
the date of tba signing of th contract by th
part lea thereto. '
no peopoaala or Bid will D eennldercd nnleaa
accompanied by a eertlfled check payable to
tbe order of tbe Mayor of the City of Portland.
certified a responelbl bank for aa amount
anal to 10 oer cent of the agrreaate nroDoaal.
The right to reject any and all bids Is hereby
By order ef th Executive Board.
TIIOH. C.' DEVLIN. '
Andltor of the City of .Portland.
Portland, Oregon. July (0, 1004.
COBPLETI0E AEO ACCEPTANCE OF SEW
ER IV SSLLWOOD STBEET.' '
Notice Is hereby aiven that William O. Kl,
llott. City Engineer, haa Sled la th office of
the anderalgned,' notice that Q. A. Anderson.
Contractor for the conatructLoa of a aewer In
r--llwooa Street, ander tb pro vial one of or.
dlnaac No. 14.01-. haa eomnleted aald newer.
from 118 feet weat of Berthwlck Street to tb
aewer tn Alblna Avenue.
Said acceptance will be eonaldered by th
r.icentive Board at e cloeg. en tn otn day
of -Anguat. 10O4, and objectlona to tb ac
ceptance of aald aewer. or any part thereof
may be tiled tn tbe offlc et tbe anderalgned
at any uaae prior mere 10.
.,' , lug EXKt'trriYBJ JtllAKD.
By THOS. tt DEVLIN,
. Andltor of tbe City of Portlasd.
Portlaad. Oregon. July So, 1004. -
C0BPIETT0V AND . ACsEPTAMCE Of DC-
PROTEMEirr or SEVENTH STREET.
Notice la hereby aiven that William r. - El,
llott, 41ty Knatneer, baa flled in tn office ef
the enderalgned, notice tbat Smyth A Howard
Co.. tVintrnctora for the Improvement ef Rev.
enth Street, under the provlalon of ordinance
no, ja.ia, nave completed aald street, from
th renter line of Yamhill Street ta tha eentev
line or Taylor atreet.
said acceptance will be eonaldered by th
cieciiiiv uofra 11 o eioex. m rna .ntn flir
of Auguat, loot, and ehjeetlon to th ac
ceptance, of aid street, or aay part thereof,
may b flled In tbe office of tb underalgnd
iuj unv prior inereio.
... .. By THOS. C. DKVLIN.
, . annum- or ine Vlty 01 rortalBa.
Por tland, Oregon, July SO, 1004. -
COBPLETIOV AMD ACCEPTANCE OT XB-
PE0VEBEET OF CVEBT STEEET.
Notice la bereb etven' that Wtllleja f! B-llle
City Engineer, has filed In tb offlc of th
nnderalgned, notice that J. W. Sweeney, enn-
iraeu- iw vie improvement r uurry atreet,
nttder the pro vialona of ordinance No. 13, WU
baa completed said atreet. from th weat Itae
of Cor belt atreet t tbe aait lln of Pint
Said acceptance will ae eanaldeeed Kv the
r-xecotiv tloara at 4 O'clock, ea tha Kth Sew
of Auguat, 1004, and objectlona to tb accep-
"anrw os aeiof etreei, or any part tnereor, may
be flled In tba offlc ef tbe nnderalgned at aay
uinv wnr . uieveio.
- -71 US EABITTIVE BOARD,
By THOS. C. DEVLIN.
Andltor of tbe city of Portland.
Portland. Oregon. July 80, 1004, -
C0BPLETI0V AEO ACCEPTANCE Or IB
BEET Or BAESHAIX STEEET.
Notice Is hereby slven that William C. Elliot.
City Engineer, ba filed In tb offlc ef th
aroeralgned, notice that Warrea Cona traction
company, contractor for th Improvement of
aaarsoau atreet. nnoer ta proviaioo or-ordlnane
No, m.MST hav completed aald street,
from th center line of Twenty aecond street te
th center lln of Twenty-third street.
Said acceptance will be considered by lb
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, oa th 6th da
of Auguat. 1004. aad objectlona to th accep
tance 01 earn, street, or any pan tnereor. may
be filed In tb offlc of tbe undersigned at an
time prior thereto.
1UI KAEI I TIVE HOARD,
By THOS. C. DEVLIN,
-Andltor of tbe City of Portland.
Portland. Oregon, July SO, 1804.
ACCEPTANCE OF IB
Notice I herebr given that William a Elliot.
City Kngineer, baa flled In tb of tic of the
anderalgned, notice that Gleblarb. Joplln. eon
tractora tor the Improvement of Eaat Seven
teenth street, nnder the provisions of ordlnane
No. 18.704, bar completed aald street, from
tbe anutb lln of Belmont atreet to tba north
line of Taylor atreet. ...
Said aceentance will be eonaldered bv 4b
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, on the Btb dee
f Auguat, 1U04. and objection to tb accep.
tanc ox Bain atreet, or any part tnereor, may
be flled Irt th of Ac of the anderalgned at any
time prior thereto.
'HIK EXBI.'ITTIVB BOARD, V
'.'."-' By THOS. C. DEVLIN,
Andltor of the City of Portland.
Portlasd, Oregon, July 80,. 1004.
COMPLETION AEO ACCEPTANCE OF Df.
PB0VEMENT OF EAST TENTH STEEET,
Notice I hereby siren that William C. Elliot.
City Engineer, ha flled In th offlc of th
nnderalgned, notice tbat Gleblacb A Joplln, eon
tractor, for tbe- Improvement of Eaat Tenth
atreet, nnder the provtalona of ordinance No.
lS.ftnt, hav completed said street, from the
renter line of Preacott street to tbe south
line cf Onlng atreet.
Said seceptanc will b eonaldered by th
Executive Board st 4 o'clock, os the 6th day
of Angnot. 1004, and objection to tb accep
tance of aalil street, or any part thereof, may
be flled In th offlc of tb anderalgned at o
time prior thereto.
: iaa rxm itivs hiiarh,
By THOS. C. DEVLIN, '
- Auditor of the City of PortUnd..
Portland. Oregon, July SO, 1004. -
COMPLETION AEO ACCEPTANCE OF IM
PROVEMENT or WTO ANT STEEET.
Notice la hereby slven tbat William 0. Elliot.
City Engineer, ha flled In tb offlc of th
nnderalgaed, notice that Oleblerb A Joplla, eon
tractora for tb Improvement of Wygant atreet.
noer tne proviaionB or oral nance 10. Jo,aie,
are completed Bald atreet, from tbe eaat line
of I'ntoa aveaoe to th center' line of Orand
wfll be eonaldered by th
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, oa tbe 5th day
ef August. 1004. and objectlona to th accep
tance of aald street, or any pert thereof, may
be flled In tb offlc of tb anderalgned at any
time prior thereto.
1 . TUB, EAKft'TIVB IIMItll,
By THOS. C DEVI. IX.
' Andltor of the City of Portland.
forUaad, Oregon. July ,80, 104, . .
CITT TREASURER'S E0TICE 0E SALE OP
REAL PROPERTY r0 DELINQUENT
ASSESSMENTS. ' I
Kotlc la hereby given that tbe Andltor ef
th City of Portland ba transmitted It M I
Hat of tbe delinquent aaeeeanienta for eonatruet
log a aewer known aa wunnyald Third Eaten
aloa In Eaat Thtrty-alxth atreet. Eaat Thirty,
aevrnth atreet. ' .Eaat Thirty-eighth Street,
Prettyman avenue, Sylvan aveatie. Eaat Sal.
mon atreet, Eaat Mala atreet. fcaat kladlaoa
atreet and Eaat Stark atreet to a -connection
with the wer In Eaat Vamhlll atreet at Kaat
ThlrtVHlixth atreet tn ha kitowa aa Huiinvalna
Third Kttenaloa, and tbat pursuant to
arrtloa in of tbe -. charter of tb
City of Portlaad, I will, oa Mon
day, the let day of Anguet, 1004. at tbe hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., at tbe weat door of the
City Hall, la tb city of of Portlaad, Oregon. .
offer for aal at public auction to tb big heat
bidder .for eaah, subject to redemption, tbe fol.
'tng described parcels of real property, r.
Blk 84, lot 10, T4I ram Campbell... S 4.10
Blk 85, bt 8. Martha J. Aaderaoa SS.20
Blk 4H. lot , Jaiues I. Joliuaoa. ........ M.20
Blk Hf lot a. James J. Jubnaon 41.10
Blk 62, lot Id, Mlnetta A. Caraoa. So 1
Blk 62, kit 17, Mlnetta A. Canon,... .... 220
Blk 62, lot 18. Mlnetta A. Caraon. ...... 36.20
Blk a. lot 14, Charles B. Stewart........) 41.60
Blk J. lot 16. Charle B. Stewart........ 41.60
Blk 2. lot 18. D. Ilurton I.... 41.60
Blk 6, lot 8, William Hurk 41 bo
Blk . lot 4. Nettle C. Warrea 48. SS
Blk . lot (. Nettle ti. Warrea 41 lu
Blk 8. lot , Nettla C. Warren...,..,,.. 41. 60
Blk 10, lot 1. E. L. Campbell...., 40.70
k 10, lot 2. E. h. Camnhell ...... 40.70,
Bowna Addition to East Portland - Ar
Ik L lot 2. J. E. Scott f 84 fed
Kach niece or tract of land will be . Bold
separately and for a aum not lew tbaa tb un
paid aeaeseinent thereon -and Interest and eat ef
advertlalng. and sale; If more than one hid
le offered the land will be sold to tb bidder
offering to take th, same for tb leaat amount
of penalty and Intereet. Competition will bei
First Cpnn tb penalty for the flrat period.
Second I pon th penalty for tb succeeding
Third t'poa tb rats of Interest. "
J. E. WERLEIN,
City Treaanrer of the City of fort Land.
PortUnd, Oregon, Jnly A 1004.,
crrr teeasxtber'S notice op sale or
SEAL PR0PERTT TOE , DEUNCOENT .
ASSESSMENTS. .'. . '.'-.'.:, "'.
Notice la hereby riven tbat tb Andltor of .
tb City of Portland ha transmitted to m a
Hat of the delinquent aaaeesinents which re
main snpald for tb repairing sidewalk. The
said aaaeaament waa levied by ordinance No. ,
13.808, aa ordlnane aaseaalng the cost of eon
stnictlnr, reco na tract I ng and repairing tbe side
walk la front of each lot or nart thereof or narcal
f land SMntlnned In eeettuu 8 hereof and a Lao
tnat part or aald sidewalk knows aa a part of
the Intersection and bounded by tb curb lines
and property lines extended to tb Intersection
with aald curb line. and that nnrsusnt ta
section 41 of the charter of the City of Port- -
ieno, 1 win oa Btonsay, to eta say of anguat,
1004, at tb hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at tb '
west door of tb City Hall, In tb elty of
Portland, Oregon, offer for sal at public aae.
I I..H .A u KlK k,,. . . .
utaure. .iuiui , ' - .1 , wuirjein II, ,
redemption, ta following described parcels of
real property, to-wlt: ,
Moiiaaay Additioa to East Portia no '
Blk 100, lot A The Oregon Real fcalat -Company
Blk 100, lot 1, Tb Oregos Heal Eatat
tompany 114.71 "
Blk 110. lot 8, Tb Oregos Real Eatate
tuum, UJ IS. I
Blk 110, lot d, Tb Oregon Real Eatat
Company , lJe.TS
Blk 110, lot 8, Tba Oregon Baal .Estate '
Blk 110. lot S, The Oregon Real Estate '
Blk KI4, lot S, Th Oregon Real Estate
Blk 134. lot 4. Ths Oregon Real Estate -
Blk 134, let , Tb Oregon Real Estate
Blk 184. lot 6. Th Oregon Real Estate
Blk lot 8, Tba Oregon Ral Estate.
Bit l.V lot 4, Th Oregoa Real Eatate 1
Company , 124.44
Blk 130. lot , Tb Oregoa Real Eatat t
Company 11 ,Tg ,
Blk 1 jo. lot S, The Oregoa Real Estate,
8, Tb Oregoa Real Estate
Company -. ; -. . 11.78
Blk 164. lot 4, Th Oregos Real Estate
Blk 164. lot S, Th Oregoa Real Estate
Blk M. lot 6, The Oregoa Real Eatate -
company js.4 ,
Blk ISO. lot 8. Tbe Oregon Real Estate -
Company .." 11.78
Blk is, lot 4, The Oregoa Raat Estate
Blk 160, lot S, Tb Oregoa Real Estate ''
Company 11. 13
Blk 160, lot S, Tb Oregon Real Eatate
Frueh'a Bonare Addition to East Portland ,-
Blk 4, lot i, Julius Logna Estate, heirs
of 1 18T.M
Blk 4, lot S, Julius Logos Estate, bears
Facb ' n'lee' "or ' "tract" 'of ' ii'nd " will ' "be ei.ld ,
eparstely and for a inn But leea tbaa tb
unpaid aeaessment thereon and Uitereat and
eoet of advertlalng and sale: If Dior than
one bid I offered the land will be aold to tb
bidder offering to take tba asm for tn least
amount of penalty aad Interact. Competition
will be 1 s
Irlrst epos the penalty for the flrat period.
Second Coos tb nwnaltv foe th Succeed
ing period. 1
Third I. poa the rate of Interest.
' J. E. WERI.EIN.
City Treaanrer of the Cltv of Portia bJ.
Portland, Oregon, Jnly 8, 1D04.
CITT TREASURER'S NOTICE 0T BALE OF
REAL PR0PERTT FOB DELINQUENT
Notice la herebr aiven that the Andltor of
th City of Portland ha transmitted to me a
list of th delinquent saaeeameute for tha Im
proving of Mason street, - from the line -of
Eaat Tenth atreet to the eaat line of Eaat
Fourteenth street, and thst pursuant to Bee -tlon
412 of th charter of tb City ef PortUnd,
1 win, on Moaaay. tne- let day or August,
1004. at tb hour ef 10 o'clock a. m.. at tb
west door of th City Hall, In the City of
Portland, Oregon, offer for sal at public sue
tlon to tb highest bidder for eaah, subject tt '
redemption, tbe following described Parcels ef
real property- to-wlt : . -.
Lincoln Park Annex '
Blk 8. east 10 feet of lot 8, Ellea B. Me-
iormics s own
Each Dleo er tract of land will b acid
separately aad for a earn not leea thaa th
unpaid a see ea ment tbeeeoa and Interest snd
ei at of advertlalng and Bale; If mora tbaa
one bid le offered the land will be aold to the -
bidder offering to tak th ea ma for th leaat
amount of penalty and Interwt, , Competition
First Upon tbe penalty for tbe first period.
Second Cnon . tn nensltv foe the succeed.
Third I'poa tbe rate of Interest.
- a J- WERLEIN, -City
Treasurer of tha City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon, July A 1004. ,
COMPLETION AEO ACCEPTANCE OF IB. ,
PR0VXMENT OT SEVENTEENTH STEEET.
Notice la hereby given that William C. Elliot.
City Engineer, baa flled In tbe office of the
nnnerelgned, notice that Star Sand company,
d-titractors for tb improvement of Seventeenth '
street, nnder the provisions of ordinance No, .
18.818, Ifave completed aald street, from th
ei-nter tin of Nortbrup street to tb center line -of
ssid acceptance win n considered nr the
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, oa tbe 6th da
of August, 1M04, and objectlona to the accep.
tanc 01 aaiti atreet, or any part tnereor, may
be flled In th offlc et tb nnderalgned at anf
time prior thereto.
. , -., ins r,Aii unii hiiakii.
By THOS. C DEVLIN,
Andltor of the City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon. July 80, 1004.
COMPLETION AEO ACCEPT AN 0E OF lap
PR0TEMENT 0E TENTH STEEET,
Notice Is hereby given that William C. Elliot,
City Engineer, haa flled In the offlc of the
undersigned, notlc thst J. W. Sweeney, eon.
tractor - for the Improvement ef Tenth street,
nnder tb provisions of grdlnsnce No. 18,811V
has completed said atreet, from th center lln
of Hoyt street to th center' line of Irving
Itreet. ' ,
Said aceentance win ne eonaldered by the
Executive Board at 4 o'clock, oa the 6th dar
of August, 1004, and objections to tha accep..
tares of sain street, or any part thereof, aray
be, flled la the office of tb undersigned at sny
tlm prior thereto.
, inni r-aiii i'TivB board,
' By THOS. C. DEVLIN".
Andltor of tb Cltv of Portland. '
Porfmnd. Oregon, July SO, 1004. . T
COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE OF IM
PROVEMENT OF FIRST STEEET.
Notice la hereby given that William a Elliot.
City Engineer, has flled la the offlc ef the
nnderalgned, notlc thst J. W. Sweeney, eon
trsctor for tbe Improvement of irtee atrt
ander tbe provisions of ordlnane No. 18,7nfl!
ha completed said atreet. from tb center Una
of Cnrry atreet. to tb center lln of W bltaker
Said acceptance will h eonaldered by th
Executlv Board at 4 o'clock.-oa tbe Ittti da
of August, lie, and objectlona to th aceen.
tanc or said atreet, or sny part thereof, may
be flled In th offlc of th nhdcralghed at any
time prior thereto, .
thb gjarrnn bwiard,
. ... By THOS. c. DKV1.IX.
Andltor of the Cltv of Portland. '
fotUand, Oregoa. July JO, UCA, ,