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ADDITION OF ROCK. CRUSHER
. INCREASES PAY-ROLL HEAVILY
Hew Rock Crusher Purchased for Cltr Work. ,
" A wok crusher that will Increaaa lbs
' payroll In Portland aotne $l,000 a month
Is to be InstaUftd by the Crittenden at
Palmer Rock company. ,, ,
It Is the largest rock crusher ever
shipped Into the northwest and reached
Portland this week. The crusher la ,ef
the Jaw type, of solid cast frame,-and
while it requires a floor space of only
lsht feet six Inches In length and six
feet In width. It weighs J7.000 pounds.
The machine haa the enormous capacity
- of crushing 40 tons of the hardest rock
'TWs'large crusher Is a Climax No. 4.
sold by the Relerson Macmnery com-
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tMm ritv. who are the Pacific
nant reDrssa.niw vi uiu.
.take five centa
to the grocery
and ask for
1 1 UV
( GINGER SNAPS
You'll hit the mark
every, tune. .
) NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
XAtfefjB a ;sTm.P SUGGESTION r, "iAW
The Curtiss Company
309 Abington Building 1 1 . :j Selling Agents
t " i
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The purchasers are Installing this
line at their quarry oa the river t
chine at their quarry on tne river osim.
.inm m mils anntn or . JMiiwauaia. a.u
expect to have their plant In operation
111 IUUUI UIICV W9WWkmn .
tuU.a Um npillh.f t TIAW DSlnS In
stalled this company has four Urge
Btrousburg double drum hoisting en
gines with boilers on the way from the
T , n.u. am that la rr.at nf thalr
type and the plant wlU be the most
complete ana up o u "
.Mai Vnniunn imi tuannoaa si IT
mtns of Iowa will be a candidate for the
United Stat.es senate to succeed Senator
William B. Allison, subject to Indorse
ment at next year's primary election.
Whether Senator Allison will also be a
Candidate IB not oinnumy a,imwn.
a package of
BUYS A HOME
just7bey6nd the : golf; links"
THE OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL. -PORTLAND, . TUESDAY
All Depends on Sale of : Old
Williams Avenue rrop
, , erty This Spring.
NO LONGER ADEQUATE
School Board Owns Four-Acre Tract
on Which to Build, but Treasury
tacks fhe Necessary Fonda at the
- i i.mam' Brtinoihouse to coat about
$75,009 will ba erected this fall on Knott
street In Alblna it the city school board
.ki. A ii the old Williams avenue
property and school buUdlnf this spring.
Chairman J. y. eeacn oi m w
Tm meeting Jaai ms"'.
Uliwwi - ... .
broached the subject of selling and it
seemed to meej who ."'"r"',?'''-;
of other members of the board. A
month ago the school district Phased
JT four-acra tract with the lnjntlo of
some time erecting a nw "I
Williams Avenue school has outlived
hhiiiii ., k. InffAnvanlance
... oay. aiub iivw --------
of ; the' cramped quajrtars thar. hM al-
wavs been ine'Oaimwr nw
ardent, and teachers have been com
pelled to overvlglUnt in order to
protect tneir iui
KSSJli Vhe eroposed structure were
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orieny ouu n fc;r"V
Beach ana in oraer w
such proportions wu rws ----
on to I76,0S. ine scnuw
not contain the funds to permit vrpcfr
Ing with the work andunless the Wil
liams avenue property '""
will ba impossible to build before next
spring, Members of the board were of
the opinion . r - T - v
can ds nvvicu .v.m .w -- - w
luma avenue property, and thls can.be
.nni..rt directly to the new building
DEMAND GOOD FOR
rr . .- - . . ,
- RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Recorded Transfers Indicate Active
Market Produced by Home
seekers With Money.
w n niatcarW. a recent arrival from
Ashland. Wisconsin, baa purchased the
handsome - residence at the southeast
corner of East Twentieth and East Ash
streets. The property belonged toAlex-
. - C-f . . - mmm mlA ffhrmivH tha
agency of llall and Von Boerstal-for
a. Anderson has purchased a 7xlOJ
foot lot In double block Q, in the south
aAftlnn nf tha city, from Mrs,
Kate Ward.' The consideration was
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filed for record yesterday, with an ag
?regate vaiue oi D,a. v.-..-r
with two exceptions, was for pleoes
which points conclusively to the exlst-
anra in roriianu anu -
buying movement in strictly
sites. : , ' .
STOP AT HOOD RIVER
Hood River. Or., June" ll.Although
th train bearing the Omaha wholesale
men was 40 minutes lata when It reach
ed Hood River, a big crowd was on
hand to meet them and gave the, party
a hearty welcome. The Hood River
Commercial club had provided commit
tees from that organisation to receive
the visitors and also bad conveyances
at hand to give them a ride about town.
The lateness of the train, however,
put the ride out of the question and
after Introductions and a short address
of welcome by E. L. Smith, which was
responded to by members of the visit
Ins; party, tha train after a short stay
During th Impromptu reception sev
eral boxes of Hood River's finest straw
berries wer put aboard. .
Members of th Commercial club and
cltisens her generally. j were disap
pointed at not being able to give the
and the visitors also regretted not being
.1-1. . . ' a, aw liinrt,
Portland's Beautiful New Residence Addition, 22 minutes from the
. business center of the city, reached by two carlines, already there
AVE TWENTYiFIVE DOLLARS by buying this week.
night as our grand opening
tickets ahd plan to spend next
remember Lots are going fast,
. : . BRANCH OFFICES ; .
' Sellwood: 167Q East 13th St.
Woodstock-: End of . Car Line '
bom ' Uda-itry itroi;
KITH, the Oregon man, who has had
the grit, determination ana aoiuy
m mi.i uii atajid on ton Of
araaiaat ertmlnal organisation Of
Vcthe Ohioag-o Beef Trust. Tats
atrrreratloa has seen ft to put one of
its markats i-lrht lamb alOBgsldS Of S
this tollltoaafre ooncera has seen fit to
desoend to the "uneap an," -
band store, Bowery rioo of the
hvster.' Boat faU a Tiotlm to . the
Beef Trust's trap. Don't u into a
Beef Trust marsei. wes ioi
nam Is ever the door, and then come
Frank b.Sniilli Meat Co.
835-038 ' AIJUB BTmBBT, Between
. . First ana eooa pw . -
FIGMING THE BEEF TRUST H
Boup Meet.... 2
Soup Bones... lei
Soup. Meat.... 24
Beef Necks... 3
Veal Shanks. ,6
Brisket Beef . .44
Brisket Beef..4 L' "u;' i
Corned Beef ...53
Shoulder Beef 74
Pot Roast... '.74
... Roast ....10
Roast Veal.. lOel
Breast Veal. ..84
Mutton Bhoui- -
Liver ........ 6
ama.waaths' la reodw and wa earn us
an slats of rood, freak, onntry-kined
pork ana TaJ.' ranners, , asna vmm
PESTIFEROUS WRITER .
' OF LETTERS LOCATED
For Seven ifevi Has Annoyed ft
Wealthy Tacoma Family With
Missives and Gift.
(Special Dlipateh t Tb JoaraaL)
Tacoma, Jun 11. Leonard Olenn, a
mental pervert and victim of th
cigarette habit, has beep run to earth
here after being at larg for several
years with th authorities occasionally
looking for him. , Beven .ears ago
Olenn. who is married and I years of
age. began writing letters to the women
of the household of Nelson Bennett, a
capitalist, and one of the most promi
nent railroad contractors In Washing
ton. From letter writing Olenn began
ordering bouquets sent to the Bennett
home, and the habit grew on hint until
he often sent from six to seven letters
to the Bennetts In on day, mostly
writing to the Misses Bennett, but once
In a while writing letters and sending
bouquets to Mrs. Bennett The family
made numerous complaints and the au
thorities tried to catch Olenn, but he
was flying about over the state. In
Centralis. ChehaUS,- Kalama, Vancouver,
Seattle and the - lower sound cities.
Olenn avoided offense against th law
haravar ha was. but appeared to be
possessed witn a mania to pwwwuw yaw
Bennett family with his attentions.
THIg FLAGGED "
JUST IN NICK OF TIME
C. O. Warren, a well-known rancher,
living at Deer Island, i became a hero
through his presence of mind a few
daya ago In flagging a Northern Paciflc
train that was! running towards a
broken wait Mr. Warren was walking
along the track in the -vicinity of his
home and discovered a broken ralL He
heard an approaching train and run
ning in the direction of th sound flag
ged the train with a red handkerchief.
Th train was brought to a stop near
the break in th rail. Had Mr. Warren
not happened along-Just when he did
th train would In all probability hav
been ditched and many Uvea lost, or at
least endangered. . . r ? .
BETTER SERVICE FOR
, PENDLETON DISCUSSED
A meeting was held yesterday after
noon between th Oregon railroad com
mission and General Manager 3. P.
rvRrian of the Harrlman lines: The
meeting "was held in the offlc, of th
takes place Sunday, June 16,
bunaay witnus at;;:x3erKeiey.
763 being sold to date. See
EVENING. IUNE 11. 1807V
FurnKings'' for ; jMwf
Summer ifM X
corvtMt twsjirf ,,k0 ''N
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If you have the right suit, a sensible shirt,
comfortable collars and cool underwear, the
weather man can't harm you, no matter how
much heat He sends. .
Are you going to buy a new suit? Do you
need a straw hat, or a, negligee shirt or under
wear? Hosiery? Neckwear? Handkerchiefs or
abelt? ;-V '; 'y ... V'v" P1--:-
Seiect what you want from our stock, and
ask the price. Then you will understand why
men who buy clothing or furnishings come a long
way to give us their patronage. ' . . ; -v
eneral manage in th Worcester build-
. a aV I asase SI a. 1 eaj ap w n aa
for the nurDOS Of discussing tne
Some tim ago a session of th com
mislon .was held at Pendleton, where
th residents made showings that they
wer suffering for want of an adequate
train service to the west The meeting
of yesterday was th result of this ses
sion. Other matters relating to th at
tltud of th Harrlman llnee to the
people of th stat were also discussed.
LILLY PRATT FOUND,
THEN LOST AGAIN
' (Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Tacoma. Jna 11. Th friends of
Miss Lilly Pratt, th young woman who
mysteriously disappeared . two weeks
ago on the eve of her wedding, last
week received word that she was on
Vashon , island, picking berries for a
rancher. After several days' search on
the Island they have given up tha quest
and are aa much at sea as aver aa to
what has become of the girl. Members
of the family still cling to. tha hop that
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n may on ativv.
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Offer positively doses Saturday
rain or shine. " Ask for one o
wm;oc awy yuu wm uB, -
or phone us.
The Jacobs-Stine Company
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The Gentility Shop
311 Morrison Street
' EUROPEAN fLAN ONLY
HKAXK3UARTER9 FOR TOURISTS
, . TRAVELKK8. ... :. r ., .,
Everything to eat and drink, aad
it costs no more la the - ,
Portland Hotal EdtbsksSar
than elsewhere la th city. Every
weekday night from ta 11
SK. C. BOwnE Maaagat.
BUYS A HOME,
Mf I a IH II
"JUST BEYOND THE GOLF- LINKS"
OFCOURSE HE WILL;
our free ,
Phones:, A2811, Main 359
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, .' aaieilL SUUHCR RATCS
New hotel, faces Jefferson Square, v Two
blocks from Van Nei Ave., the preaant shop
ping diatriet. Car Unas tranaf erring all over
city, puadoor. Every modem convenience.
SM rooms slnsle or en suite. 160 pHvste hatha
Americas and European plana. Prices modsr-
te. Omnibus meeuau trains.
TUrn tiMml Aloirt Onana Reotember lit.
tur rmAvciaoo'B uisxva cowzkoial
S0T3X, C0KIAIW1IO sOO EOOMB.
The St. James
ITCT0 . ASP TAH JTM ATI,,
HATIOVal HOTEl CO., rep.
Is sitotted la thsfcssrt-af fsatahssi.dlj
T.ta hatha, telepbosee m eery nam. P'
SZZtrtat. Close to tbe tbeatrea.. ... 1
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Hotel "Key Roiite Ino
22nd Street . ind Broadway
' .J. ta L.Va lAt0B,f9a7M
Bunny, rooms, .;r"AalJ
tance teiepnonea, cuiiiyiw-- - ---riy
tna. Urge lobby, eafe a U carta wlthj
Ln.71iii V-f aafrfe. unsurpassed. Fl
uui.t". " , - - .
m n vcmxjJU. Manager.
rormriy AssisUnt Manager Palaca.
' UOMi, Dan imv.w t
3BIUS stir. Set Powan am .JEasoaJ
an with, feats.
3. o'oonniVL, iter.
iv TwfTTanonroHA rxaa oaxT
. ' (mils. etMrd
fc4tr.lr.tHe lights aad, an . m.alj
eeOn dlrert "ll.!-!- aai
ao Townees depot. tee bim jp..
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t SEASIDE, OREGON
Spend your vacation at Seaside and a
delightfurLockslev Hall. Mora attrac
tlv than ever befor. A'n?d.m,t,01n,i
. m .ffiai ' flna hundrea ele
gant outside rooms; prlvat baths; alec
f v.. r.t nA i.rAA water.
AnneroVeflookTng th Pacific And de
lightfuuy situated cottages.
Onlsu Tnrarpassed. Sea rooda i
tTpaolalty. ' . . ;
' ' wwnai feTTsj areXTfl AXTj TBAUTS.
r. tm Avnra, l. a. oakt.tht.ii. pp
'Sa'- ores Ai the txIb.
OLATEOr BSACOE. BXASXSE, OXZO0V.
The CUff Howe of Oregon. . ;
' Directly oa the beach, overlooking the
eeeen. Hot salt bathe and surf bathlnc
KecrMtkm pier foe fluhinit. 8nn parlon.
electric light, fireplace and furnace bent.
Flo mike and driree. Sea foedt a specialty
Rates, 150 and $3.00 per day
r SPBOIAt BATES BT THE WEIK. u
Dan I. MOOBB. rroa
-V 77" 00
, , Phones: A2699, Main 699 ,
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