J w REM FOR FAIR: IMS PASS Industrial Exposition Will , v lie Opened Tomorrow in ' Southern Oregon. IV " " EIGHT HIGH OFFICIALS :v-: ARE TO BE PRESENT a solid story to Governor Chamberlain of Oregon and ' ' GoTernor Mead of Washington are Among the Speaker Who are on the Program. - tqpeelal Pluwtrt to TIM joentl) J Grants Pass, Or., Sept. . Arrange V nenta are now complete and everything ..In readiness for the fifth annual con ; vention of the Oregon Irrigation conven tlon, which mttti tn conjunction with ..' the Roame River Industrial fair ia this .' elty beginning tomorrow, September 10, and closing on the evening of Septem ber IS. The people of Grants Pass hare ' j spared no effort or expense to make the convention and fair a (rand suceee. Not only Grants Pass, but every town ' and settlement In Josephine, as well as f the towns of Jackson county, are unlt l: Ing In the effort to make this ths banner 4 event la southern Oregon history. Be- -,. vi i mwwtm ihhumiiu ytuuii ui 1110 ," Immediate vicinity who will attend titers will, be several hundred vlaitors t and delegatea f rom other parts of the state and from other states. No leas than eight officials high in . rank and from several dnpartmsnte In ' Washington will be present, aeveral of '' whom avlll deliver addreaaea. Among , those will be Mr. Nwll of the reclama tion ewrvlr and Mr, Fpi.ofte forestry Service. Other speakers will be Gover- nor Memo 01 wasningron, joaqi .MUJer of Oakland. California, and Tom i Richardson and George H. Hlmea of ' Portland. The Oregon Agricultural col- .: legs wui do represented on the program or i Dree or its f - There will be poultry show and a baby ahow, with t liberal prises for ths winners in each. There will be a dally auction and amuse :X tnents of various aorta The following Is the program for the three days: Tuesday, September 11 I a m.. bal- loon ascension: 10 a m., address of - welcome by Hon. II. D. Norton, re- sponse; 11 a. m organisation of irriga te tlon convention; S p. m., addreaa on Irrigation; 4:10 p. m., baby show; S p. m., automobile parade; I p. m., . addreaaea in opera houae. , Prises will be awarded in the baby snow ana automobile paraae. tier 11 v a m., m.. addreaaea; 1 t p. tn., aquatic Sportsboat racea, canoe : races, canoe maneuvering conteat, high i dive, swimming races; p. m., addreaaea and discussions. Prlaes will be swarded In all aquatic eventa Thursday, September II. 9 a. m alarm box (I and turned la ths call for assistance. Before the current had roused the big bell lata action the flames were shooting through ths roof ana rrom ever wmaow or tns nearly construe tea Duiiomg. manmg wall of flame from the. second the roof and high abova. ' Xea Save Barrow Bssapa. ' When the fire started there were It men employed on the building, many of them being on the roof at the time the alarm waa given By those below. The men on the second floor hurled them- aelvea through the windows to safety, but those above that were driven above by the upeweeplng flamea Walter Welch, one of the first to escape, ruahed to where a holat rope was danailna from me top of the building and, selling the lower end, drew it out and. awav from the names ahooting through the aecond story wlndowa Calling to those who had not yet made their eacape he dipped the rope in while the men arrabbed it and slid down to safety through the fire. Hardly had the laat man reached the ground before the fierce heat burned the rope away. Three men Robert Aioora, j nomae Forat and Charlea Reed inane their eacape down the rope from me imra noor. Chrla Salmose, a foreman employed oy me general contracting nrm, waa at work on one of the upper floore at the time of the alarm and for a time was inougnt to nave Derlehed In the flamea Later it waa learned that he had Jumped from one of the wlndowa and escaped wnnoui injury. Taylor when, he Jumped waa picked up by a man named Hlmondaon and placed tn the patrol wagon by Patrol' man Oruber, who hurrted him to the Good Samaritan hospital. The Injured man was revived at the hospital. After the first alarm had been turned In from boa CI. two calls were sent from box 146 and special calls were sent for engines 6 and 7. Engines 1. 8, 4, 6, , 7 and 9 responded to the alarms, while trucka 1 and 4. chemical com panies 1 and 1 and hose companlea 1 and z were also called out OoaepUeatloaa Arise. Ths Haaelwood building was a mas sive struct -j re and had been planned by I Architect Richard J. Martin. It was of mill conatructlon with extra heavy DEWS REPORT fllljpill Receiver of Oregon Savings Bank Unable to Set Hate of Completing Work. A lease on the quartera occupied by the Oregon .Trust & Savlnga bank la among valuable assets held by ths bank. The lease has 14 years more to run. The bank s rental for the corner la $760 per month. Receiver T. C Devlin, who la handling the work of ferreting out all ths busi ness COmDllratlons and settling tha af. fairs of tne bank without accepting the volunteered asaietance of the bank of ficers, will name no probable date for making his report to the court. He glvea no assurance that the report win be ready thla week. He said: "1 shall not make any promlaea aa to when this report will be ready. Ths work in connection with II Is ao much larger than I expected that f am not able to make any forecast aa to the oaie or us completion, no many papera have to be dealt with and ao much time consumed in atralanten ln sut mat ters by mall that the time lost Is be yond computing, and new matters ra- uulrlng more time are coming up every Women Avoid rations Ope a MISS ROSE. MOORE JAPANESE HOB (Continued from Page One.) Ing. "public opinion la Vancouver ha tes me so aroused nvar tha iiun... i wilii r . 1 1 . n. w w . . . - "-. i. beams and timber. The main work was ?I.rJmiimLV,0,Lth"t syndicate of lu I n K An .. ..u . I. I I . . . " vj ,ii" Hviami m nna cum leading Instructors. fine stock ahow. pany. Under ordinary eireumataneea II would appear that the loss following the urn wuuiu iau upon tne contractors. alnce they had not yet completed the building or turned it over to the ownera. A complication has arisen, however. rrom tne lact mat tne Haaelwood com pany had taken personal charge of the eokf storage -Insulation work where the Tire started, which raises the point as to wnetner tne tiaseiwood company will nut p uirecuy accountable ror tne aam age done by the fire. The building waa to nave neen occupied October l. Kadderly'a Transfer company suffered smaii toss wnen.tne emners nurned a hole In the roof of their building at 110 Third atreet Fires alao started at Wednesday. September stock parade; 10 a. the southeast and southwest corners of rnird and Oliaaa atreeta but were put out Derore causing much damage. Em ployea in the ehong snd bulldlnra aur rounding the Haaelwood structure wcr at wore: soon after the fire started wt?h lines or nose which they kept turnej on tne buildings to prevent a spread or tne namea Wadhams at Kerr Bros.' and the Un ion Meat company's buildings, al'untnd serosa the street from the Haaolwood structure, were aaved because o! the direction or the wind and the energptic manner in which employee kept pour ing water on them. Despite the efforts of the amateur fire fighters, the In tense heat and flying aparka atarted many an Incipient blase, while windows were cracked and melted. Thoasands Tlew Tire. Thoueands of neraons stood about, tn- jtereated spectators of the fire. The terminal yards of the North Pacific Ter HAZELW00D CREAMERY (Continued from rage One.) structlon of their building at Spokane. recently finished ine second ana ' stock parade, awarding of premiums mlnal company afforded an excellent all exhibits; 10:30 a. m., stock sak-; place from which to view the fire. '.. S p. -m., baneball game at A. A. C. .Curious men, womea and boye stood grounds, Medford vs. Oranta Pass. Jabout waiting for the unexpected to C On Thursday evening there will be ajhnppen. Falling beama and burning tlm f pilnstrel show at the opera house. jbera cauaed them to gasp and raise tneir voicea In excited shouts' aa ifhey craned forward to the dend lines in efforts to ascertain whether any of the firemen atandlng close about and In the burning building were Injured. i Rumora of accidents and of man burned to death flew from mouth to mouth furnishing food for gossip- to the crowd. For a long time It was Druitea aoout that one of the employee had been unable to eacape from the Are. Persistently and with Increaalng grmpnic aescnption tne curious ones told the story of how the man had been seen rushing about seeking to escape, until the contractora ascertained that all had been aaved. Taylor alone oein injured. When the fact became known that no Uvea had been lost in the fire, the spectators commenced speculating on the probability of injury to the firemen, who heaitated at no risk to enter the ouuqing to atop tne names. Commenda tions of the brave manner in which the men stood close to the fire fiend and literally engaged in a hand-to-hand fight with the demon were heard from every nun n-n v,niei unve uampoen en tered the burning bulldin with a hanri ful of men holding a hose, the spectators fairly held their breath at the temerity Although the clothing, of the fire fighters was soaked with water, which also filled their boots and ran dripping from their bodies, the firemen always welcomed the men who came around with a bucket of drinking water. Soaked aa they were, their handa and facaa Boarding-house keenera who i Whca " wototA snffaring from female trouble It told that aa oper ation la seceaaarj, it, of court,; frighten her. Tha rerr thought of the hospital, the operating table and the kalfe strikes terror to her heart. It 1 quite true ttat these troub les may reach a stags where an ope ration la the only resource, but a great many womea have been eared by Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound after aa operation has been decided upon as the onlr eure. The strongest and most grateful statements poasible to make oome from women who by taking Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs, have escaped Serious operations, as evidenced by Miss Rose Moore's ease, of SO? W. Mth St.. X. V. She w rites :- Dear Mrs. Plnkham:-"Lydia . Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered Intensely for two years so that I was unable to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family. I doctored and doctored with only temporary relief and constantly objecting to aa operation which I was advised to Undergo. I decided to try Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound; it cured me of the terrible trouble and I am bow la better health than I have been for many years." This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly dia E, Pinkhams Vegetable Compound before she submits to an operation. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. From the symptoms given, the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way oi recovery aaviaea. mmmammaammmmmmmmammma Marvelous Bargains Reedy FOR PATRONS OF At 3 KM Toesdp Every lip Advertised on Sunday (or Monday Business Jimhih nan gone Into the business of encourag ing immigrstlon from Jspan snd Hono lulu to the United States sent Its repre sentative, a Mr. Chlllingsworth. from Honolulu to Vancouver and Victoria to. look into tha matter. xrtr ha h over the ground carefully he announced that his company would Import no more Japanese from Hawaii, he putting it on Ihe grounds that the drat venture had not been a financial aucceea Honey 9u Baek. "Thla svndlcata. it mmwm n?p r 5? wh0. f ,n n steamer, the Indiana Sis a head ao that they might Comply with the Inmlmtlna.nH and quarantine lawa. Aa soon aa they Wr" J".nd cr courae this money waa repaid to the syndicate. The dominion .roini aeciaen to cancel the syn catCs Charter becauaa nf tha antagoniara to the Japanese, and this was dona The boardlng-houae keepers then put In a claim far n aaa Cik waa settled for f 2 JOO." Under tha irHi, . . ... iBd Jspan. according to Mr4 Mlnto. the numher nf i,n..... .V come Into the dominion Ts limited to a certain number each ..r Tki. u.l-Ti 'Zu 1 S. . th Jspaneae In ir.r7 ie largest part of the immiarrants eama mm w i!ieri..n,lp out .th situation from thi e nil-J a Danes e nnlm n r , Oeneraf Nossa 'V "i.o" V.. ZTin& r,,h 8,7 Alfred "Lauwer and S . a , ' ' VMfwiii I1SM9 VrwTTl Ufr f ected yet. Nosse declared . that ho ronis una wnn tne western view of that the d the Immigration problem and would do the quarter all in bis 'power tO lnfluenra hi. the Thlrrl ti wished th cnMJ"ns Object So "Some time aaro f iiimnTrnn nunnnr lilll lo tKu bflUUut I REV. ELY PRESIDENT riesbyterian Association Elects Its Officers For Ensuing Year. Japanese. the oriental evrln- ormed in Vancouver." bn league we rSit mntt' ,llh svowed Pur pose of restricting Japanese and Chinese Immigration Into Cinada Later .! third floora were being lined throughout, celling, walls and underfoot with a new composition known aa "Sheet Cork In- aulation." Thla is compoaed of ground , cork mixed with liquid asphalt and 4 nresaed into brlcka or sheets some three Inches or so In thickness. These sheets . or bricks are cemented upon the floors, walls and ceilings and are then covered with either cement, pitch or asphalt, making the finishing coat and produo , 4lng a wall almost absolute in Its non , conductabillty of either heat or cold. The task of putting thla highly in- flammable coating upon the two floors , of the new building waa a particular , one. being the aocond attempt to be : made in the northwest, i Tha Haaelwood company had taken .r the task of fitting u? the cold storage rooms upon ita own ahouldera and had Imported William Bach, who had done t the Spokane work to supervise the taak. Bach whs at work at the heating appa , ratus at the time the fire atarted. According to the etory of Bach and others s small bit of the heated eephalt beina uaed to line the Insulation mam , dropped in dipping it from the melting vat and. coming In contact with the flame of the coaloll heater, sprang Into a blaze. . With a roar tha whole second floor uuim imo name and Derore the men above knew what had happened their , means of escape had been cut off by v a sweeping wall of flame. Bach saw what had happened and he ruahed to SELL TOWN OFST. JOE September 26 Hat Been Set as tht Date for Opening Sale Located on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway in Idaho, to be sold at .public auction. The opening aale of lots in St Joe will take place at Spokane, Waahlng : ton, Thursday, September 26. The town of St Joe la located on the Pacific coast extension of the Mil waukee road in Kootenai county, Idaho, vu m du nver, u mi lea southeast ef Coeur d'Alene, in one of the finest . agricultural and timber lands of Idaho. A new lumber mill Just atarted on , the townalte at the present time em , ploys 80 men. Another mill now Under construction which will have! double She capacity of the one now in . operatii will be completed by January 1 A r&mtnir mill with a Muni). - " JJ,00 fetSk per day will soon be built and a large paper mill la contemplated on this site. NO lots will be sold before our open - Ing sale; everybody will have an equal ,'t ensnce io get a onoice location. , Thls town will afford excellent op- portanities Xor every branch of bual neaa v . Sals will commence at ths hour of 7 p. m. sharp, in the Klar temple, near the postofUoe, Spokane. Wasb, Moderate prices will be placed on these lots and purchasers will be re- . iuta.o.. Ud.Yar chotca Kasv terms . given, kj' s.. a -.i-trf " - ' Tor further Information write or ap Hy to Western Townalte company of Washington. : jh km " . aujvnwn, , ' . ' Oeneral Townalte and Land Agent, l -4luTWtia Biag., ppoaane,, or ,eo parched from the terrific heat that set lire 10 leiearapn notes hundreds of feet swsy. Oampben Worked WslL Chief Campbell and hts men stayed within th building until the- timbers fell down from the upper stories tnrougn tne rurnace or roaring flames narrowly missing the men as they iruca me uuunnaj ai ineir reet. liugi showers of sparks and clouds of amnk would rise from the crash that tnUnvriA the fall of the timbera but the firemen rougnt on witnout regard to their own danger. Forced for a time to vacate the struc ture tn men toest up their fight from tne outside, where they played water irom iu unes or nose into the mass of flames. Strong as were some of the currents wnicn played upon the fire, they were feeble in comparison with the seething, struggling flames that seemed almost animate in their efforts to destroy tne structure. Bricks that had been subject to the intense neat cracKea ana crumbled and felf crashing down from the force of the streams turned upon the steaming wans, wracaa appeared in tne two-root brick walls and everybody waited to see whether they would so weaken th structure as to bring it tumbling down upon the men who were trying to save it. bo naaiy weasenea was the north wall, where Chief Campbell and his men stood mounted in the second and third story windows, It will have to be torn down. W. HrfBrackett. superintendent of con struction, stood about wa toning th de vastating fire clean out the interior of tne DuuaiDf and remarked that but for tne heavy oeama which had been uaed In the construction the walls would have fallen. He said the beams were 16x20 inches, and aaved the owners a total loss because ef their strength. Chief Caropbell Stated that the north wall would haY to b torn down be cause of Its weakened condition. At th northwest oorner a large crack opened I uf, siiu at auuunr piaue ugat 'OOUlu o Been tnrougn in wail. n5Jtu w "oiisne in VIotorU h ,M"n'-isJs were forwarded IV1. 'f"1 ov,nment asking It to nfaW1 ,mat,eJ and efforts ware made to call aa International n.... tlon to discuss tha auaatin. f. --v.. vi j in i n At the meeting of the Presbyterian Ministerial association held this morn ing the following officers were elected for the- ensuing year: President, Rev. B. E. 8. Ely; vice-prealdent Rev. O. E. Blair; secretary and treasurer. Rev. D. A. Thompson. The session waa occupied mainly with reminiscences or the vacation time, Kev. A. J. Montgomery telling of hla expe rience of climbing Mount Jefferson, Rev. J. E. Snyder telling of his deer hunting, Rev. William Hiram Foulkea apeaklng of his eastern trip and bringing greet ing from Rev. Edgar P. Hill of Chi cago. Rev. D. A. Thompson told of a bicycle trip through the Yellowstone national park. Hev. A. J. Montgomery announced that the dedication and celebration of centennial will be. held in Presbyterian church next Sun day, with a sermon by Rev. J. F. Ghorm ley, .who was its first pastor, and a pop ular meeting Tuesday. September n, which commemorates the exact date of the organisation of the church. The dedication of the Vernon church will take place September 22 at 3 i o'clock. The Portland number of the Viotorla Interior, which is now in preparation, do issued anout uctoDer 15. FAILING (I'D KEEPS WITNESS FROM COURT Damage Suit Against Port land Railway Company is Dismissed. Because she failed to appear In the I circuit court this morning to testify, the suit for 18,000 damages brought by Emma Sheman against the Portland Railway company wa dismissed when It was called for trial. Mlsa Sheman'a attorney said that ahe had been living with her parents in Polk county alnce the accident, and waa faillnsr mentallv and waa either unable or unwiillnsr to appear and Unify at the trial. ine coi ber, 1906 he complaint .charged that In Oete- Bh Miss eman left a atreet month. "it waa first started when the trouble explained 1 1 1 n. , tti hut nr v n a tamh. ... . - - f v. nm irm . " noi biod over In Rrttlah will Athena Schools Open Next Week. iBaaelsl Dispsteb to The Joeraal.) Athena. Or.. Sept. t. Athena public schools will onen Monday. September at many of the Japanese i ! The following teachers have been w l nvi1 uuuna- ior tne states to work on th rallroada and on Japanese smuggle them over th line" aJL Ml,nt0 ,d th,t ther was no danger of war over the situation "that h- TiV.m,Ltb,n: that would have to be handled by th dominion govern ment and there would be no opportunity for hasty action. The eit vlJ f.2rtrVriwe.veT' w5ula Ooubtless be r-"'.1 v." 1 ,,,unr oy tn Doardlng ntfVLVLl nd n,erchsnt who hid VU WCMSICSiBSJ, HENEY IN TOWN (Continued from Page On) XL U. WE Wash. ASSASSINS ABANDON VICTIM AT BAY CITY . (Pacific Coast Press Leased Wire!) San Francisco, Sept. 8. Left to die by hi assassin, whose identity are un- Knewa. Aiosrt Miner, a cement worker, 85 year of age, waa found unconscious, suffering from a fractured skull late iasi mgni. tit a iea several hours later at tne central ismergencf hospital. Last of Special Hates. September 11, it and II will be the iai uppununuy to paronas excursion ticket to eaatern point - at special rates. If you want a comfortable trip travel TU the Canadian Pacific Make your reserve tlona now. wS,"iBw ? try Blnger A-.D"'n ana jonn ti. Hall may keeo htm in Pnri .. .1.1- r. VS'V to pro-.-ecuTth'; fnS fra.c r;0,rafter8 u much Stronger ?hLU likely he may even turn over siwctw wawcB. wuiiTn nsa mmr nisi haaa trvlr, D-l-.-f uu Another subject beside lanA t,mA cases that is expected to be discussed will be a plan to retain Brlatol In office. The DrosDect of Rriatni'a . , Ss.r.- " instigation or senator Fulton and Rnnrn vlli K. . i" $rlJ."?lZPa,i.on. the oases! " "" u i reurea it is not eon sidered probable that Heney will-turn ... ...omjt uuva to tne uregon man. Today and tomorrow will be th last i uiavount on wear aid gas bills. GERMANY ABMY HOIiDS ANNUAL MANETJYEllS , Pal ted Press Leased Wire.) Berlin. Sent. ) Mara hn inn nnn mr - wm v eiasssraa IVViVVV soldier are engaged In th annual army . y kI . v L lno npn' n tne field in Mraiun J1UUBO. X IS with their regiments. engaged ror the enaulng term: Homer L. Watta, principal; James H. E. Scott, aaalatant principal; Mlsa Gib bons, Mrs. H. I. Watts, Miss Carrie Sharp and Miss Engdahl. Today and tomorrow will bs the laat days of discount on west side gas bills. car at Thirteenth and Montgomery streets, and the platform gate wa left open on the aide of the car next the oiner iraca. ene stepped down on that aide, it is alleged, and was struck by a car going In the oopoalte direction nn Will Be on the Counters for TUESDAY BUYERSf Thousands that go unmentioned will be added, making Tuesday's sale the ; , I Most Stupendous and Im portant Bargain Event Chronicled at Any Time During 1907! All salespeople and store helpers will report for duty at 8 a. m. sharp. P0RTLAIID5 IIE17 DEPAR1TIEIIT STORE the other feet track and dragged about to BUY TIMBER LAND ON SIUSLAW B1YER (Soedsl Disnateh ta Tha Tnarnal Astoria,; Or., Sept . .-Artlcles ; df Incorporation of the Siualaw Invest- ment company nave" neen filed by E. Z Ferguson, C, B. Hlswlns and F.' L. Warren, J with capital stock fixed St jdu.uuv.. Tin oomoanr nas ' niimhaaani 8,000 acres of timber land on- tha law river containing many million feet or stanaing timoar. Tne following men have been elected offlcera: J. T. Roaa g resident; O. W. Warren, vice-president; !. Z. Ferguson, secretary; J. E. HIs- ina, treasurer. uenjamln Sweet of risconsin is aiao a memner at tha ooara or airectors. Today and tomorrow will be tha laat aay 01 aiscount on west side gas billa Cor. Yamhill and Third Streets, through to Second. PHENOMENAL Sale of Watches Including: all the world's best makes and in the standard case. A choice of any size, either in ladies' of gentlemen's watch, open or hunting case. Warranted for 25 Years We want to prove the fact that we can and do sell the same and better watches for less money on credit than any other Portland jewelry store, whether they be a cash or credit house. Watches Included In This Sale Elgin Boss Waltham Wnrlrtt Faheys Hamilton rK Crescent Hampden Dueber An unrestricted choice at the sale Cases five sons are Potter Schedule for Eemaln- der of Season. Steamer Pottar viii ..n i street dock Tueadav. RMmW in a a. m.; Thursday, September 12, t a. in.: Saturday. Sentemhap ia 11 - nL' fnVon tes.krt p' "i Wash RED MEN ASSEMBLE AT JAMESTOWN FAIR price of $18.85 Only $5 Down and 50c a Week. I. Gevurtz & Sons JEWELRY DEPT, SECOND & YAMHILL The Best $3.00 Hat in the World Fall Styles Now Ready BEN; SELLING LEADING HATTER Accidents will happen, but th lamuie seep Dr. Thomas' . nr.uiun, i - .;. i ieciric tjji jor sucn emergenciea. i Townslt Auotlonaar. dues th pain and feis ti hurts. best- Ec- It sub- 1W (V,?.lt$ Flmt esd Wire.) Norfolk. V Rant a Tk. ... " f Red men of th Unitdtats met i2dvJnoA.rm?ry hil,nd will continue to nXt Saturday. n nin v.. from all state and territories, and It Is estimated that full nnn m.J. of th order r In the city. Today and tomorrow will b th laat days of discount on weat aid gas billa OPERATORS' UNION TO STICK TO CONTBACTS (United Press Leased wlral Chicago, Sept 9 it la officially de- hibu uy vum vsiaRTapner tnat tn 600 operators employed by brokers and newspaper on leased wires will b caiiea out ioey say tnat in no event will ina union oreaa II contraotS. Potter Schedule for Remain der of Season. Steamer Potter wilt sail : from 1 ash street dock Tuesday, September 10, I a. m. Thuraday. fieDtember 12. a. m Saturday, September 14, 11 a. m. Tlric. eta at city ticket of flea. Thlr mya HOE Best Makes Properly fitted Moderate Prices AT 7th and Wash. Sis. ROSENTHAL'S 7th and Wash! St& - Mm m 'The Addition Vfg: tHE trees alone, to say nothing of ths other charms, art Imply malting all who visit Irving-ton Park enthusiastic Beside, it U an investment that is bound to make big money for , tne lucky ones who are buying now, Secure your Jot don't delay another day. Prices and terms are easy. The first step U half the battle. ; -v.:-V:V : .- Albrta ear to East Twenty-seventh go three blocks north . to luiungswonn avenue. Agent V. JS. Schwan pn grounds ilrthe time. -" -.- . . . . FB.HOLBROOIl.CO; 250 STARK STREET, PORTLAND. : MAIN 5298. II I III ' ' Leaf. t () 7 "V, .3. i --'ft'