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THE OKEGON DAILY' JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY 4 EVENING,' r JANUARY 22, 1B10.
PERMITS IN FIFTEEN
DAYS TOTAL $423,075
OF LADD ESTATE
No Large Permits Issued During First Part of Month Great
Quarter Block at Northeast
Corner cf Seventh and
v . Oak Streets.
Few Manufacturers , Holding
Suppliea Thinking Price
- Will Soar Higher '
Number Taken' Out for Small Business and Apart
ment HousesWeather Doesn't' Hinder.
TIES IN OREGON
a 111 la I VI I I M W I 1 '
'Building oea on at a good par In
Portland, Th new year o far give
vry vMenc of a building activity
1 qua! to that of 10I, which .brok oil
, roord by nor than $3,000,000 In th
volum of money Invested In new build
For tli first half ofth1 month, por-
nni to th vaiu or nzs.ov nav oeen
Issued by th-ulldln Inspector. In
eluded In thl tfctal I not on of the
larar building Projected for tb year
In tb null oUtn of th city, tb en-
' tlr amount providing for new resl
denees, apartment houea , and amall
Wth Xntrfrd XJttl.
: Considering th weather conditlona
prevailing for th first half of th
month, which wer aucta a to bring
nearly all bulldjng to a atandatlll, the
. valuaof th permit taken out 1 more
- On of th large permit Issued this
week waa taken out by W. O. van
flchuyver for a three tory brick bulid
; lng t b erected at th northwest cor
ner of Twelfth and Washington ctreeta.
Th atructur will rover a quarterblock
and will cost 140,000. Th lower flor
will be arranged for a to re purposes and
th tipper atorlea will be uaed a a room
Last Wednesday th Portland Rail
way, Light & Power company took out
a permit for th erection of a two atory
renforcd concrete carbarn and club
bouse on Eaat Twenty-eighth afreet, be.
I ween Eaat Ankeny and Eaat Bumalde.
Th cost of th Improvement wa given
In th permit a 130.000. Tb club
liouae featur of thl building la one of
four uch atructurea provided by thla
company for the use of it employes. ;
On th same date the Pag Inveatment
company was granted permission to
proceed with the erection of a $21,000
two atory brick warehotiae on Belmont
afreet, between EastI"irst and Water
streets. Tbla building will cover a
quarter block and will be uaed by the
builder for storing produce.
h I ready to build a modern business
houa on the 60 by 100 foot loj at
Park and Burnalde atreeta to ault a
tenant for th premises. Mr. Thompson
purchased thla property In the early
part of the week, paying $45,000 for
Oeorge Hourman Is having plana
drawn for a three -atory brick apart
ment houae. 60 by 0 feet, on Hoyt
street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second.
Th building will have a
number of features entirely new In
Portland apartment houses. Including a
aleoplng porch and balcony and flreplac
for each apartment.
I On of Largest Permits.
Another of th larger permit Isaued
during th week called for th erection
by J. H. Bruce of a 'three atory frame
apartment houa. .on Twenty-fifth, be
tween Northrup and Overton atreeta.
' Th building will cost $16,000 and will
.be a modern structure, on of th beat
of It claaa In the city.
I 1L 1L Jone of th Jonea Lumber com
pany, 1 contemplating the ejection of
an apartment houa on a alt recently
turchased by him on Trinity Place, Juat
north of Washington.
; A. S. Ellla, who this week closed a
oal for th quarter block at th eouth
eaat corner of King and Washington
afreets, la preparing to Improve th
alt with a four story brick apartment
building, which will cost In the neigh
borhood of $100,000. Mr. Ellla ha al
ready built two such buildings on altea
at th Intersection of King and Wash
ington,' one of which ha atlll owns, th
other having been aold : U 8. -Morton
'Cohen.' '''"-', ''.;.
J& I Thompson ha announo'ed that
SEVERAL FINE HOMES
DESIGNED FOR EAS
Near Eaat Oak and Eaat Twenty
eighth street, C. E. Spiller Is excavating
for three bungalowa of the California
type. The bulldinga will coat about
At East Thirtieth and Hoyt streets,
J. R. Thompson la building a five-room
bungalow at a coat of $2600.
M. Graeper took permlta laat week for
the erection of three lH-story frame
cottage on Eaat Thirty-seventh, be
tween Clinton and Ellsworth. The
buildings will coat $2760 eaoh.
On Rodney avenue, between Pearl and
Jarrett strata, A. C. Emery A Co. la
building a l-tory frame realdence for
P. J. Hendrlckaen, at a ooat of $3000
O. W. Prieat ha taaen permlta for
two two-atory frame realdencea. which
ha will build on 1 Eaat Thlrty-aeventh
afreet, between Hancock and Tillamook,
at a coat of $2000 each.
The same builder la alao putting- up
two dwelllnga of a similar style in Koe
Mra. V. B. Turnbull haa begun th
erection of a two-atory frame cottage
on Sacramento atreet, between Union
avenue and Eaat Seventh atreet, at
coat of $2000.
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THREE STORY FRAME
HOUSE FOR MRS. ARNOLD
Mra. J. W. Arnold ia having plana
drawn for a-three atory frame apart
ment houa wh'ich ah proposes to erect
on Eaat Da via atreet near East Tenth
Th tructur will have a ground dlmen
alon of $2x70 and will contain all told
10 room a It approximate coat la $10,-
New Machinery for Sawmill.
Athena, Or., Jan. 22. a. W. Harpor
of Waltaburg la in the city. Mr. Har
per I on of th owner of th Prea
ton-Parton mill in thla city and 1a her
now making om repair and install
lng aome new machinery.
Pending Removal to
Our New Store in
Electric Building We
Offer Bargains in"
New apartments going up on Trinity place, near 'Washington.
Lets Contract for Erection of
$8000 Residence on East
Judg F. T. McBrlde, formerly of
Butte, Mont, but who Is now making
his horn In Portland, has let the con
tract for the erection of a nine-room
realdence on Eaat Twenty-third atreet,
between Thompson and B razee. The
building will coat about $8000, and will
be one of the best appointed homes in
that section. Aa soon as the house is
completed Judge McBrlde will remove
with hla family to Portland.
Bowman & Co. have been rnmm!n-
aioned by a local bdilder to get up the
design for a five-room bungalow, to be
erected on East Eighteenth atreet, near
Thompaon. The building la to be an
unusually handsome structure. The in
terior finish will be of the very best
material throughout. Its estimated cost
STORY APARTMENT AT
THIRTEENTH AND CLAY
The Quarter block at th nofthwet
comer of Thirteenth and Clay streets
has been sold by the Portland Trust
company for Joseph Shemanakl to i
local capitalist for $20,000. The pur-
haser haa under consideration the plan
to build a six story brick apartment
house covering the entire parcel. While
no definite announcement has been
made covering the proposed Improve
ment of the property, it is probable that
construction work will begin in the
next few months.
WILL COST $30,000
At th southwest corner of East
Seventh and Belmont work will soon
begin on a $30,000 brick bakery which
will be erected by th New York Bakery
company. The design for th structure
incorporates all of th moat up to date
and modern method employed In
bakery conatruction In th largo eaat
The owner of th New Tork bakery
went eaat last aummer for the exprea
purpose of Investigating thla subject
and upon hla return conferred with hla
architect with a view to employing th
lateat improved method In conatructlng
DUPLEX RES DENG
SISTERS OF HOLY
NAME ARE BUILDERS
Sisters of the Holy Name are having
plans drawn for a three kstory brick
building which is to be erected near
Oawego for use as a provincial house.
The main structure and tha wings which
are to be put up now will cost approxi
Architects Doyle & Patterson have the
work In hand. The same firm is also
getting up the designs for a neighbor
hood house which Is to be built In
South Portland at a cost of $35,000. This
structure is to be a three story brick
covering a quarter block.
J. B. DICK0VER WILL
BUILD SIX MORE HOMES
In the vicinity of Mallory avenue and
Emerson street la to be erected by one
builder six residences ranging In value
from $3500 to $fi000 each.
The builder, J. B. DIckoveV, has built
in the paat 18 montha 20 dwelling
bouses in Walnut Park, some of which
cost as high as $8000. The dwelllnga
wblch he now proposes to build will all
be erectedduring the coming spring and
PERMITS ISSUED FOR v
Nine building permits of a total valu
ation of $993t have been issued a fol
lows: Mabel J. Wilson, erect two story
frame dwelling, East Fifteenth street
between Alberta and' Sumner; builder,
J. A. Wilson; izooo.
John Jaaelskl. erect on and a half
story frame dwelling, Munroe street be
tween Mississippi and telay; builder, V.
Arbuckle A Rave, repair on atory
frame store. 264 Yamhill atreet between
Third and Fourth: builder, Farrell
Roofing company; $26.
P. E: Hammond, erect one and a half
atory frame dwelling, Umatilla street
between Eaat Twenty-first and Twenty-
aecond; builder, same; $1700.
G. Roys, erect one atory frame dwell
ing, iAHt Beventy-slxth street corner
Everett: builder, same: $1200.
Mr. Weister repair two story frame
store, zo Aider street between Third
and Fourth; builder, Rhoades & Tabor
I. I Wblte, repair two story frame
store, Fourteenth street between Savler
and Thurman; builder, J. W. Thurman
F. A. Bates, erect one atory frame
aweinng, railing atreet between urana
and Eaat Sixth; builder, same; $1200.
Joseph Paquet, erect two story frame
store and rooms. East Morrison atreet
between Eat Water and Willamette
river; builder, same; $1800.
BEING BUILT HERE
It Is the First Modern Structure
of Its Kind Planned for
J. R. Crelghton Is building th first
modern duplex residence ever put up
In Portland. Th building Is $8x78 feet,
two atorlea high and will contain four
apartments of our rooms each. Eaoh
of these apartment will b provided
with a sleeping porch, front veranda
A particular featur of th construc
tion la th sound-proof floor and walla
Th partition are to be filled with a
lira and cement composition, and be
tween th floors of the upper atory
and the ceiling of the lower story will
be Ilk composition, with a prpartlon
of felt By this mean It Is proposed
to absolutely deaden th sound to such
A ayndlcat of local Investors head's!
by Robert Ltvlngstono; of the Oregon
Mortgage, company, R. W. Schmeer,
cashier of th United State National
bank; and D. Parker Bryon, realty brok.
er, closed a deal' yesterday with th
Ladd estate for the purchase of the
quarter block at- the northeast corner
of Seventh and Oak streets. The con
sideration Involved in the transaction
wa $130,000 cash, and. In addition the
purchaser obligate Jhemelvee to pay
the current year's taxeyon th It,
and th assessment for th opening of
Oak street,, both amounting to amout
$8000. ' . . '
Half a doxen different purchaaer
hav been negotiating for thla property
for the paat six months and the an
nouncement of Its sale had been looked
for at any time.
Th site is occupied by a number of
old frame houses, which are to be
wrecked at once and a one tory brick
store building erected. Thl building,
however, will be only temporary, and
will bo displaced by on aqltable to th
need of th district within two or
(8dcUI Dispatch, to Tb loerosL) -Cottage
Grove. Or., Jan. 22. Mana
ger A.. B. .Wood of th Oregon A South
eastern railroad, of this place, Is In
Portland this week In the Interest of
his representative who recently wer
successful In purchasing from- th gov
ernment 173,000,000 feet of merchant
able timber In the Umpqua national
foreat, southcaat of Cottage "Orov.' A
large mill I to bebuilt by th pur
chaser, whether within the reserve or
at Cottage Grove, has not been fully
an extent that th occupants of on
apartment will not b disturbed by any
noise that may occur In another portion
of th building. Th structure will cost
about $7000, and It I Mr. Crnlghton'a
Intention to build an exact duplicate
of thl on an adjoining lot
FOUR AND ONE HALF
YEARS FOR EARHART
(ioeelal Dlsptteh to Tba Jour nil.)
Pandleton, Or., Jan. IJ. -Charles Ear-
hart, known as th Ion bandit, wa
convicted of assault with a dangerous
weapon and sentenced thla afternoon to
four and one half yeara In th state
penitentiary. Earhart was th Instiga
tor of a riot in xone, July x, which re
sulted In a general shooting affray In
which several' men wer wounded.
TO RAISE $50,000
(Bpwlal Dispatch to Th Jourotl. (
Pendleton, Or.. Jan. 33. At a meet
ing of the Commercial association lust
night. It waa decided to begin a cam
paign fof ralslnc $60,000 for securing
the electrlo Una for thl city and u
burban territory. Of thl aum, $20,000
la payable after tho first thre mile
of road ar built, tb acond $20,000 af
ter alx railea ar built, and th remain
ing $10,000 when th road ia electrified.
In addition to th lay lnr of th track,
th Waahlngton-Oregon com pan;- la un
der contract to establish aa axnumnt
park to coat not 'eaa than i00,000 with
in th next two yaara, Pndltoa atook
holdare ar to hav on or mora mem
ber on th company' a board of dlreot
ora. Th directors of th company
will sign "a personal bond to fulfill th
terms of th oontraot or forfeit th
amount of th local aubacrlptlon ia
cash or property qulvoJaat Th oon
traot and bond, to become ffectlv Fab-.
ruary 1, on condition that tb $60000 la
Sheep Killed When Shed OoUapaw.
(Special Plapateb t Tb JonrntLl
Richland. Or- Jan. i 2. Fifty abp
wer killed on th Wblttlar ranch Tua
day avenlnr when th had collapsed.
There wr about 2000 abep la tb
bed, bat moat of them capd injury.
(Spedsl Ptupatch to The Jonrnal.)
North Yakima, Wash., Jan. 22. The
sherlffa of the etate of Washington,
who met In annual convention In North
Yakima thisvweek, decided to enter an
agreement by which they hope to make
the tracing and capture of criminals
more systematic add effective. Their
agreement was to maintain a mailing
list of all the peace officers of the
state. Each sheriff -will- then send.
his circulars, which shall be numbered
consecutively, to each name on the mail
ing list, and each ons receiving a cir
cular or other notice shall acknowl
edge It. Whenever a criminal described
In" any circular la captured each sheriff
ahall be notified, so that the sheriffs
need not give their time and attention
In looking for a captured man.
MORTON PLANS HOME ON
V. C. Morton, who recently closed o
deal for two lots on Thurman street
near Rugby, Willamette Heights, for
which he paid $4000, Is having plans
drawn for an imposing and commodious
home on the property.
Pendleton's Condition Exaggerated.
North Yakima. Wash., Jan. 22. Rev.
Morton U. Rose, who went to Pendleton
Or., with Brewer. Schlodfelt, to investi
gate first hand the results of prohibi
tion In the Oregon town, has Just re
turned home and says that the reports
circulated by the "wets" prior to the
fecent local option campaign here wer
grossly- exaggerated. The visit of the
minister and the brewer was the re
sult of a discussion on. election day.
WHISKEY FOR COLDS
The Increased use of whiskey for
colds 1 causing considerable discussion
amtfng the medical fraternity. It is the
quickest .and. almost infallible -cure
when ' mixed with certain other Ingred
ients and taken properly. The follow
ing ls.tha formula: "Mix two ounces of
glycerine with eight ' ounces of good
whiskey, and add one half ounce of
Concentrated pine compound. Take a
teaspoonful or a tablespoonful every
four hours." Any good druggist has
these ingredients or will get them from
his wholesale house and they are easily
mixed. Concentrated pine Is a special
pine product and comes only- in half
ounce bottles, each enclosed In an air
tight case, but bai sur it is labeled
STOLE RACE HORSE
TO PAY LIVERY BILL
(Special Dlapatcb to Th Journal.)
North Yakima. Wash., Jan. 22. Be
cause he wanted to settle a livery bill.
Gp.orge Fry, 19 years of age, who has
spent several years In the reformatory,
stole a race h6rse from Walter Billy,
a Yakima Indian, and traded It to the
liveryman, T. M. Beatty, taking a 'cheap
horse In return with the livery bill as
"boot." He then turned the horse he
had received loose, Jumped on a freight
train and caftie here from Toppenlsh,
where the trade had been made. He
was picked up as a vagrant, and while
working out his fine was discovered to
be the horso thief. Fry looks upon the
crime somewhat aa a Joke and does not
appear to worry because he is facing a
THAT ARE WEAK, NER
VOUS AND RUN DOWN
Come to Me
and be Cured
wuic iuu .
or pay m aa you
gat tb benefit of
FEB rOB A OTTBB I lover than any
specialist In the city, hall mat other
charge you, and no exorbitant charg
for medicine. '
I am an expert specialist, have had
80 year' practice In the treatment of
diseases of men. M V offices are th
best; equipped in Portland. My me' iods j
ana moaera una up in uio. my tui
ar quick and poaltiv. 1 do not treat
symptoms and patch up. I thoroughly
examine each case, find the cause, re
move It and thus cure the- disease.
X COBS Varicos Veins. Contracted
diseases. File and Specific Blood Pol-
son ana ail T - or axaa.
SPBCXAX DISEASES Wwly oontraot
ed and chronic cases cured. All burning,
Itching and innammat.jn stopped in it 4
hours, cures eiiectea in seven aay.
lay af c Psitaf
FISHER, THORSEN & CO.
The Big Paint Store"
FRONT AND MORRISON ST RES BT A
Hannfaelnrers and Jcbbers Eveiytbfng In Pafnfs
THE OBEAT FBENOH-EI.EOTBO-
MEDICATED CBAYOJT. '
insures everv man a lifelong cur, with
out taking medicine into th stomach.
MCN Visit Dr. Lindsay's private Mu
iiiiwii aeum of Anatomy and know thy
self in health and disease. . Admission
free. Examination and consultation free.
If unable to call, write for 'list of ques
tions. - ' ; , '
Office hours 9 a. m. to II p. m. gun-
days, 10 a m. to 1 p. m. only. .
1284 BEOOWD ST., COB. OP AZJ3EB,
NORTH BEND SENDS
SUPPORT TO ESPEE
ftJnlted Preat l.easci Wlre.
Marshfield, Or., Jan. 22. The North
Bend chamber of commerce haa passed
resolutions to the effect that'every as
sistance will be given to the Southern
Pacific in building the extension from
Drain to Coos Bay, and that If the rail-,
road wants to bridge the bay with a
pier bridge acceptable to the war de
partment, the chamber will pass resolu
tions supporting that plan. An effort
ia being made by the chamber of com
merce to secure a new hotel for Nortel
Bend; - - - V
$3.50 Recipe Cures
At any time and we will attend your
Large force of men alwaya on hand and
you'll find we meet any emergency.
Our eat!matea uaually the lowest.
We have a large line of Electric and
Gas Fixtures, Invitingly priced.
Morrison Electric Co.
. EI.ECTBICAX COBTBACTOBS
. C. Jagger. J. B. Max on.
891 East Morrison St. Both Phonaa.
Send Name and Address Today
You Can Have It Free and fit .
Strong and Vigorous. -
I have In my possession a prescription
for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened manhood, falling memory and
lame back, brought on by excesses, un
natural drains, or the follies of youth,
that has cured so many worn and nerv
ous men right In their own homes
without any additional help or medicine
tnai i irunK
Eccles Returns with Bride. ;
Hood River. Or.. Jan. '22. William
Eccles-Jr.. son' of William Eccles,' pres
ident of the Mount Hood railroad and
manager of the Oregon Lumber com
pany, and nephew of David Eccles,' th
millionaire sugar king of Salt, Lake,
who left Hood River Friday evening In
company with Miss Florence Rlsey f&r
Salt Lake, returned today and regis
tered at the Mount Hood hotel aa Wil
liam Ecules and wife. Th young cou
ple will make their future home at
Dee, Or., where Mr Eeclea la' foreman
every man who wishes to
nsgain his manly power and virility,
quickly and quietly, should hav a copy.
So I have determined to send a. conv nf
the prescription free of charge, in a
plain, ordinary sealed envelope to any
'man- who will write to me for it
This prescription comes from a physi
cian who ba made a special study of
men and I am convinced It Is the surest
acting combination for the cure of defi
cient manhood and vigor failure ever
put together. " " "
I think I owe it to my fellow man to
send them a copy in confidence so that
any ir.aA anywhere who 1 - weak and
diacouraged with repeated allures may
stop drugging himself - with harmful
f latent medicines, secure what I believe
s th quickest acting restorative, up
building. SPOT-TOUCHING remedy
ever aevlsed.. and so cur .. himself at
horn quietly and quickly. Just drop
me a line like this: Dr. A. 1C Rih1nann.
J88 Luck Building. Dtrolt. Mich. and
Of every sort and description. They
are all first class and all are priced
very low. We carry an extensive
Tools for the mechanic. Pots and
pans for the housekeepers. Snow
shovels, coal scuttles, carpet sweep
ers, etcv - v . -
iS Third St. Bet- Pine & Ash
p- ' (' i fr :,., m,
John A. Melton
CARfEZTTXB ABB SVat DB
Factory and' Offlec 238 S
street, near Main.
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Pbona: Main 1787; A-17IT ,
Offlc and Gtor Fixture dull!
Altering and repairing
Show -es and Counter built
FOR MACHINE AND STRUCTURAL WORK
The Independent Foundry Co.
TWENTY-THIRD AND YORK STS.
Phones-Main 2323, A4241
Repair Work Given Prompt Attention Foundera, Machiniata and Boilermakers,
. Building .and Structural Work. . . .
PHOENIX IRON WORKS
i ' Ofloo ana Worka :-
Hawthorn Avenn and Baat
Phon Baat, 89.
i i ,f5 ?lr C . 'oh' "21alrable residence property-In th i
11 send you a cmyr of thi sniendid ( o i . k.n:.:... . s.u.
5,Bi" eonatructlV nd' thaTmpminf;
charge $5 for merely writing oi
Geographical cental and moat d-
prescription ilk. this tbutji send
The one best place in Portland to buy.
city.' v 1 "- ' -
o and s th many choic residences under
- THE OREGON REALES TATE COMPANY
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"Concentrated. ' ",
ot the lumber yards. - ' 1