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THE OREGON DAILY
-PORTLAND, THURSDAY - EVENING, MAY 2, IS07.
Oilier Classified Ad
vertisements will be
found on pp. 18-19.
jtMmH ovloo the ehajwe t t In
the ground Hoot price bow ekd (or
the fine lots In
', The lot will advene in prie rep-1
Idly, bono tho grows, fto prie It th
prloo you gt aow. 1 1 .' ' ,
Koom ta irkshlBstoa tioSWag, otty,
aft la tba Ubruty taUaiaff M OraaJuun.
B7 ptvfMlf thss Is nf to mako yo
monor. Wo kavro tt la lots Ma aeroMro.
f 2750 Qoarter block In now bualnaas
center on Hawthorns aveno.
- 3000 Mb 'or two now s-room.
colonial stylo, modora bousos, f 1,000
i " cash, baianca terms. - - -
B4000 It on Water stroot. west
side; food boy. Remember the rail
road oomins on Front street. '
S2TOO H acres, miles by rail
from city: station on sround, '
, S1800 1 aores bearer dam land J
ml lee from dty. - - 1
;,' ... " - .,- ' . I
Header & Sutherland!
noao k but;
40t BwwOatid MIA.
31700 House on Vancourcr
arenae, near Going, lot 60x100,
wilt rent for, $15 ; terms, $500
; cash; east front v
C2100- New 6-roora house on I
Garfield -avenue, near Going;
v east front. Summit Investment
BUSINESS CORNER Union
avene and KiUinesworth, v lot i
50x90; only business corner
near Piedmont ' and Walnut
Summit: IayeshneDt Co.
Borthwick and Killingsworth
Ave. Phone East 404 ,
HOMES FOR tOtOOO
Improved farms, dairy ranches, acre
, traota, near Portland and In Willamette
valley; great deal of the land Is on
lectrlo roadSjWlth 10, 10 and 10-mtnute
car servloe. The price will bo right and
' OB-sasy-tannsL--:.;-.--r.t,: ,)",'- -
City lots In every part of the etty for
' sale. .. , Also realdenoes.' t '
BOHXTHXaTa IXW 3f TB3T atxaor
COLWELL'S . ADDITION
, aro rosTXAirs.
Lots tOxloo; each lot la covered with
. bearing fruit trees: 15-mlnute oar ride
to center -of oity; 10-tnlnute car service;
one of the most sightly locations Inside
the city limits, on east side; Bull Run
water; no grading to do on streets. For
the first ten days we will give you
your choice of lnsldo lots at f 400. Cor
ners' 1500. . .4 .......; i V,..
- SO 000 acres of timber land that win
bear Inspection. , This land win be sold
on easy terms to responsible people.
Cesa Lsad snd Inprovecect Co.
ST. K. SBaW, Vaaaflwr
seon 631 Chamber of Ooauroxos 9Ug.
Choice X Clock on East
Mv Morrison Street ;
VvTII handle it Improved
DO IT NOW
- and pays T
$325 Per Month
' :i. "' ' For particulars see , '
, 366 E. MORRISON ST.
$200 Lots in Eden
i Clinton car Una. '
.f250-Lots in Myrtle Park addition,
. Mount Scott line. . '
f 300 Lots In City View Park addi
tion, on neiiwooa una. -
$500 Lota adjoining Walnut
-CH ear lino. .. .. r . .
f 2000 00x80, Elisabeth, street, Port
land Heights; fine view., ,
f 210O 1JU100, S7th and Wasco,
jiroadwey or Ankeny ear.
af you want goojd values la lots you
cant afford to overlook these.
CCMMO WEALTH TRUST CO.
erkTK avta iattn.
MONEY TO LOAN.
UST payawat loaas to aaUrted people.
puiaa uoaa vav, lie iMkam BMg,
B. A. Brlatow. ML
sat Ada M. Track.
HnrjWtalihw, V sad Hrm.
Christ KmpM, So, aad Anna Broggsr, It.
, Herbert Luwa. 1M. and Illea Peterson. 29.
J'Jf: T"" . ' EJfle
Tangoes. BS. v '''"-f. ' '....,. ;- L '
John TsenBler of St. Johns. . and M utU
a. aa4 laanie WUtrarid, go.
Woden Carria. W. a. nith A n . ar..x.
mgtoa oiug, earner Fourth and Washington
AH kind of alaate for sale at 41t Tiaaaamr
1.1 pneae raaaontDJe. rboae East GJ7Q.
TlSlaSlll A On fWw4aa tW nn.iii
Made, 123 Sixth at. '
Clarke Btna.. rinrteta t nm Mil AtmI
ooaigBe. aav Morruoa at. .
hfrvn to" srita for rent all elsea.
tailoring Oo, SOS Stark at
; FTJXERAL KOTICES.
CE4WTORD At tba family reaJdenee ta Nub
villa, on aft Scott Una. Mar 1. Claraooa T
J Crawford, aged U yean, 11 mootha and U
; ar. xne raneral earvlces will be bald at
) Ftal.r'a ehapel at 0:80 a. rrKUy, Mar
I, srtsr which tha ramalna win ba shipped
w vigm viij jot atermeni. .
LOST,, AND tOVTHD.
LOST Oan-matal witoh with ft aid lock at;
reward fnu Vila; no qosetleos uktd. Ad
. arose 1B1, cara
A STHOMa key of IT ar It lot sneering tofheet
moat pa bnstiert enanee roc Mraneenteat.
varus wye Worhe. BsT Seeoad at
WAMTTD Railroads require
hatei . oar
, graduates sat e to 70
Jo par aonth; caa da
, Ula for Too.
B0T TO WORK lit CAHDT A!CD OBAOSKB
FACrrOBT. PACinO COAST BISCUIT CO,
U1U AN0 DAVIS BTS. -
WANTED AT ONOB Hot. 18 to 18. aa aaatat-
ant laaltor: alao atoek kor- Boearta Broa.,
Toira ana wtruoa ata. v
I HALF btaraat la aatabltahad raal aatata meai
aapartoaea aot aoaaaarr. AMsandar La ad
tio.k. But at-jxar naa.
MAW ta do-cboraa aad attond koraaa and eowat
wayaa 9m, hoard aa raca. cm Hoaa at.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
LADY taaebara for Xpiaenpal
at 289 Taj lor at, nlht
uv i ' .on
pplX 11 Sixth at.eoniar Aldor,
WAVTKD Apprmtla at Haw Terk MUUnarr
. Stora; pay waaaa wbila Wanting. S28 Third at
WAIfTEO, ' taSMdlatalr, ' axperlanrad - xtrl
aocoaa wore: prrrata many, enoorDai
$2S. SS0H TanhUl at Mala Ml.
$oo rtJBHiTUBB of S-roon eottase. eon
. aad atodore, laotodlaf f00 plaaoi half
balaaoa 1S par moatb; aaap; rant fit.
. tambtaa Boa it oa. Nit nira ot.
BOWUMO . ener ka Vaaeewrer for aala at
. aacrtfloat price, trlth all eqnlpeMata, I30O.
Korthwaatara Bealtr : Co, 811 Oommorelal
bik, ar eOa Waahlnstoa at, Vaoaoarar, Wash,
SO-BOOM hotel, eentrallr loeatad, .elenntlr far-
atahad. ataani heat: alwaya crowdod; frn
-aatotd to clear S460 each month;, rent ST
price fe,goo, eea? tcrtna: Kif M
. . t. I.. ACSTIK A CO.,
IM Ablnctea bids.
BIAL E8TATB OPBNIltO,
BToand floor loeetloa, aaar
Waahlnfltoa at.; good lease at low rant; aala
toclartea building, laaee and bealnaaa. : F 1S8,
are Jooraal. ? -i '
FOB BALE REAL E8TATE.1
10-ACBB 'orchard, . wtatar . applaa. ' eherrlaa,
Tapae. atrawborrlae, J acraa tlmbar; lira
traam nna through -place; 8 mllae from city
' aood bnlldljf; IJ.SOQ. tenna. Oelomblaa
Realty Oo.,'82H Third at, room S.
FOB SALB $ room hard-fin lahad bocaa, with
4 nice lota, all fanced and frolt trooa; close
to Woodstock earllne;. price 1800;500 cash,
naJanee is a month. .. Adoraaa a. r., onroai.
BOMB BUTBB8. LOOS AT THESBt
' (1,600 boya this elegant new 6-rooes modara
; eotuaat this la a parfact home with -every
convenience; nothing to do but mora In; close
to ear: sow cash, nuance fie par mentn.
1.600 for tbla S-room otaatarad honaat frntt,
. berrlee, lot 80x100: 1200 cash, balance $ 20
month at S per cant. -
11,1150 B-roora modara- benae, corner lot BOl
' Nut B2W aasn, bsiaaee fio par montn.
W wmmii, vaiBNBiaj fiv irws ssiw
PIAMOND EEALTT CO.,
ana aiaer si, room iu.
a-ROOM plastered hooae, earnest basement! lot
KS1W, tl xrnii uass mnnfi anau oarn;
on earllaa; 13,160. Smith Algar, 188 Va
.- rtrat et., room 1. - r
FOB SALE FARMS.
160 aeraa ta eastern Or roe, 10 mllae from
"railroad station, s muee irom podiio roaa
email eaMai -40 aeraa tillable land, stream
ef water on place; ever 1,000,000 feat of fine
umber: pnee wh; iana worm
0. H. PFAFFUD, tot Third at
HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS.
GOOD driving horse, weight 1.900 poonda, bar-
nesa and boxir. O. H. Pfame. SOS Third at
BOO ACRES tlmbar, yellow pine, soger pine
and fir. all In Josephine county. Columbian
Realty Oa'i.B2H Third at, room B.
How Slow the Train Was. -Two
men were oomlng into Denver from i
aaaahv town en a loeai train tha ether day
The trtta stopped every fir tn In at as. It eaemed.
and ana of tha man became impatient Finally,
when thftrala halted for the enslne to gat op
steam, the man's Impatience evarnoweo.
Now, what do yoa think of this tratsr
h aald to tha ether.
"It Isn't making mock : prograsa, repBad
ba frkmd. ' "
"Procress. I should eay aof said the I
satlanS man.- : "It woo Id be a flares Job to
take a moving phrfnro ef thlo tram."
ELECTRIC EFFECTS !
' WILD, WEIRD.
..' , UNCANNY . ' ,
' NOTE -Masks on sale at
the rink. '
"If you' don't skate come,
out and watch the others. '
SPECIAL BAND n
turiLtt i t- winnTi
The conorete abutments for the
tfrs ongafed In putting- in the falsework
required to complete me steet truas, wnen ; ins Driage wiu do openea to
avenue bridge will greatly relievo the
the only open thoroughfare from north
Clarence l. DarroWi.! Attorney -Jot
Moyer and Haywood Issues ,
a Statement, ,
LtECALLY KIDNAPED , '
ON PERJURED EVIDENCE
Systematic Attempts - Alleged . to
Poison the Public Mind Against
Federation Officials Roosevelt's
Charges' Answered, v; v
(SoecUlDlsnatch to The loaraaL)
Boise, Idfho, AprU -Claxence Dar-
row, attorney Tor Haywood. Moyer ana
Pettlbons of the Western Federation of
Miners, aolased of complicity In the as
sassination of former. Governor 8teu-
nenberg, has issued the following state
ment for his cueati!H.?!,',':!';,Hr;.'.;;-,'.i
"We have been charged with '.killing
sx-Oovernor Steunenberg with a- dyna
mite bomb. -Our trial -is to begin on
the ninth of this month., The details ef I
al- j , , W ...kil.k.J I
uiv s onn nam a i inn nave wovu uiiuimiiw,Mw . ui vuuwi
broadcaat throurhout the clvliisd world I
for more than a jrear.: During all thisl
time tha nress of the country, and espe-1
elally of that section of Idaho where tranoe when they earns to view the blo
ws wiir be placed on trial, has bitterly torlcal building. Some of the women
denounced us and the Western Federa- overcame the difficulty by wearing the
tlon of Miners, to whlch-are ,- belong, hats and caps of the men who escorted
The " most powerful interests of the
oountry are seeking to take our lives.
1 Kidnaped Sato Idaho. -
"We were not In Idaho for years be
fore the crime was committed. Under
the law we could not be extradited from
Colorado. But, in spite of this, we were
arrested on a perjured affidavit charg
ing that we were In Idaho at the time
of the' commission of. the crime - and
that we immediately fled from the state.
and on this perjured affidavit, known to
be false, the governors of the states ex
Idaho and Colorado kidnaped us. in the
night time, refusing us aa Interview
with family, friends, or counsel or
ohance : of appeal to the courts.
brought us on .a special train a thou.
sand mile from home and Into a state
and community systematically poisoned
against us by newspapers and officials.
v "We have been confined in Jail for 14
months against our,' protest ,and denied
ball, whUe constancy demanding a trial.
Every effort has been made to teach the
farmers, Business men,' ana vworaing-
teen of the community, that we are as
sassins and outlaw,, 1 -
"After ai this time our case Is about
to be reached; and the president of the
United State, in ho way-interested of
ficially r .otherwise, send two letters
broadcast over tha country charging us
with guilt and crime. These are re
published In every paper in the land,
and especially In every paper In Idaho.
The governor of Colorado a day or two
later adds his words of spite to the
venom of tb president and says that
w ar not only guilty of the crime
chargedybut of many others, too. ,
am for jorao oniy. -
"While the president of the United
States and the governor of Colorado are
sending) out their statement ' to com'
pass our death, the Judge of this county
has brought a citizen before him for
contempt . on the charge that he tried
to influence the mind of a prospective
juror by saying that 'the state adminis
tration, was trying to railroad us.' On
the appearance of this man lb court the
Judge promptly told the state's attorney
that no should have this obscure farmer
indicted for felony because be triad to
influence the mind of .. a prospective
juror. ; The president knows how much
greater weight will be given to his
words than those of an obscure private
cltiien. ; ? ;
"If we are about to be tried In court
every law-abiding cltisen, however great
or humble, aaould do anything in his
power to cool tne passions of men,
rather than add fuel to the flames. If
we are to be thrown to the mob. the
officers snot, t at least open our priaon
doors ana give us ome. ehanoe to de
lena ourBoivea. . ,
';. 'Cormorants Trained to Fish.
. From the London Dallr Oranhle.
OorBorant ar famlllar enow h objects fish. I
lag on the enUylng roeke below tha ellffsl
whereoai they nset. or seated upon the posts I
which mark the coarse of the channel la a I
tidal harbor . thalr brilliant emerald area ever
oa the watch for nan, -;
Bnt .- ttwi iwoola ' are perhaps aware that
these great , black sncoota looking birds war
at one time trainee, in nminq 10 catch fish
for the amusement ' of royalty. : The sport I
was lntrodneed into - (pis eoantry from the
oonrt of rranee la tha time ef bonis XUI.;
the - French courtiers had bean taught the I
method of taming and training theet birds
bxA Dtftcbman, whose countrymen had already I
teamed llr earing ineir Tojsan id me rut,
For tt Is to the Chinese and Japaneae flshsrme
that European natlooa ware first indsbted for a
knowledge el the porb '
GULCH SOON TO BE 0PEUED
eiiaaaiyaM"aai; g y ayw wi mn w " ii n mm yj.t t
:iWS;i':i:,T:W::?"ii V ' -':: (s ; :": .J . '- ( ;. '1
Concrete Abnttaenta for Grand Arena Bridge Over
Orand arenne brldse orer SnlUvan ruloh
for the support of the main span. It
pressuro of traffic em tmlon avenue,
to south on the oast side.
' ENGLISH ODDITIES -
Big Estate of a Cheap Clnbman
' : . Paoper Has OonL
It . Is now known that thV receipts
from death duties' In England during
the financial year just ending; beat all
previous records. The total In round
figures will be 1(8.000,000.
Since the passage of Sir William Ver
non iiaxoourrs. finance aot u years
ago the total receipts from death duties
have exceeded , ILOOO.000,000. The
largest sum paid on one estate was 14,
500,000 on that of George Smith, gen
erally known as "Chicago Smith,'' who
lived at the Reformed club at aa aver
age rate of 14.60 a day.
A member of the Lambeth Board of
Guardians complain that the ratepay
ers have to maintain a man who had
become 'char gable to the rates through
eating too much. The reference was to
a cabman who Was recently admitted to
the workhouse Infirmary suffering from
gout The man had an enormous appe
tite and bis malady was dus to over
feeding. . At the same meeting a com
plaint by the cabman to the guardians
Of short rations-was brought forward.
it was explained that he was being
dieted In order to effeot a ours. The
guardians decided to continue the diet
cure. ''.".,;. : .,. . -i
A pretty wedding party was stopped
at .the entrance to St Mary's church,
Scarborough, and the bridesmaids were
forbidden to enter because .they wore no
hats, simply wreaths -of marguerites.
The difficulty was quickly overcome by
the bridesmaids fastening white hand
kerchiefs on their heads. The vicar of
the church enforces the rule that the
h..1 M. k. .m..,JI MwMu.v
with great Strldtness.
Last season when the "no bat" erase
was at lts-helght many were refused en
them. . others who were not escorted
or who would not wear a masoullns
headgear were obliged to go awa;
Clorerdale now has a dentist and nho-
tpgrapher. ; ":.r.. , . . .
Watch for bur ad in Friday's market section
Table Queen Bread
Because she knows that only the purest and most nu
tritious ingredients enter into
maae Dy cooks wno are experts, unaerstanamg inorougniy :
.. the scientific principles of wholesome breadmaking, and un-
' der perfect conditions as regards hygiene and sanitation. ;
The most complete plant west of Chicago, Order a loaf to-"
day if you have so far failed to do so, and see for yourself
how really modest we are in our claims for. this splendid
, product t ""t v ,' . "' ' ' '-"
Look for the word "Royal impressed iieach loaf
- Air Grocers
m mm a m m m m at 7 im m sr - ' stjn
Scniethlng Need Painting ?
No matter what it is, you can get
the right paint for it at your nearest
dealer's under the name ' '. "
a, mark that makes it easy to paint, en
stain or varnish anything, new or old
' Let us send yon a copy of the-rmly com
plete paint guide ever printed, ."The Selection
and Use cl Paints and Finishes.'' If your dealer
cannot supply you, with the "Acme Quality"
SUIK1, we win. . ' , ' '
NEW ERA PAINT & VARNISH
' ;, X7S TtMSt WSBSSET, TOBTXlAJTD,
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haro been comDleted and workmen
is estimated that about 90 days will
irnna ; The completion of the Grand
which has for
several years . been
:;, Height of Wave. :':S-''
M. Bertln, . a , Frenchman, , has been
making new observations of the else of
ocean billows. He says they are greatly
overestimated when the term "moun-
taihous" Is applied to them. .
The longest waves be measured, were
1,5 10 feet from crest to erest, he says,
and their average duration was IS seo
onda. - They were not very high, only
about (0 feet or one-fiftieth of their
span. :V:y"-:r., -:;:.:.,;:kx-'r ,,r''l'"cv-'
Indeed, he is of opinion that the
greatest height ever reached by waves
in open' water is (0 f set and be ac
counts for higher 'estimates by saying
that they have heretofore beea observed
for the most part from the decks of
ships, and the perspective effect result
ing from looking up along the slope
has misled the eye and Judgment :
When 'waves- become break era, strik
ing against some obstacle, there is too
doubt that great masses of water are
burled to a height of 109 feet and vol
umes of spray are flung and blown still
hlarher. t:'H-A'i-l-"r:':''-- .kh... ...
Very few waves 1,800 feet long and
80 feet hUh are ever encountered, he
adds.; In average vbad weather, the
waves run from 110 te 110 feet from
erest to erest and their height seldom
exceeds tt feet Their duration Is not
over' to I -r eeoonds...-
Method ht His Profligacy.
Tb other day on of the Nationalist
members, raw te London, was intro
duced to a party of ladle In the dining
room ef the house ef eommon. . A he
left he. gravely presented each .lady
with his card." A : friend ventured to
hint that thi was carrying politeness
too far for London custom. " '
"Sure,' was the reply, 'It didn't mat
ter.- I had 210 of . them printed. ' I've
changed my addreas anyway.'so they're
no sit to me!"
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its composition ; thafjt us
Hiohdt Quality Bread ,' '
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' ; ; Statement of Condition May 1, 1907.
Loans and Disunts.pi,;.9
Furniture and FteresV .v.VP
Cash an,d Due From Banksl iVi . V J
; Capital Stock
t t '
; - Deposits
The Victor Sings Baby to Sleep I
Under tht Victor's woothlng
while his mother, happily rocks
Madame Butterfly Records
Come te otnr Victor parlor
-- M (ma Hmmmjtm.
nil i Abac? XfLJJ
ltf atooettT,. I a flry
wfil score ef others fWj A'TmXr V
' ast reoelved. I I Jyj
Sixth and Morrison Sta. Opposite Postof Ike k Portland, Orefon.
THIS IS THE DATE
WILL BE ADVANCED IN 'PRICE.
Are selling- entirely too low; property adjoining Is bringinf twice
what we are asking.
STREETS GRADED; SIDEWALKS LAID. .
. Ball Ran water piped to every lot. '
' Lots can still be bought a low at $200 a piece ear very easy
Moore realty eo.
i Frank Harbke, agent on the
Alberta streets; telephone itast w; office always open.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
NORTH COAST LIMITED
look roa THE
IT STANDS FOR THE BEST J
WUXiiMAIf STANDARD SLEEPERS.
DUTOfa CAB NIOHT AND DAY. -ELECTKIO
ELEGANT DAT COACHES.
. . ELECTRIC LIGHTS. ,
; ALL COMFORTS FOR TRAVELERS
r ARE FOUND ON ANY Cr OUR - I "
THREE TRAINS DAILY
Call en or write A. D. CHARLTON, A. O. P. A, corner. Third and Morrison i
Streets, Portland, Oregon. '
,1-.::',: ;S .
influence he falls (ently to rest;
him In the soft dusk of the Smn-
Glay fi Co9
ON WHICHLOTS IN
ground; office Twenty-first ar
:: PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEraRS) '
ELECTRIC LIGHTS. . . .
ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND "ANaV'
BARBER SHOP, BATH.
LIBRARY AND BUFFET. '
and' bear our new ree- 1 L ZA
im . a.nui." anf if i.;'u v.