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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1310.
Management of Progress Ex
position of 1910 Also Wants
Eastern i Manufacturers to
Ship Exhibits to Portland.
shed. Lovely street, between, MeKenny
nd Wall! builder. Mine: $40.
Th Laurelhuret Co. Erect n-BTory
frsme dwelling. Woolsey street between
natrann anrl Hvracuse: builder. U. O.
Hen K. Byrens Renalr one-atory
I. .- J ...111... Wmmt K.VMfl trV-B V T t B
street between 'Multnomah and Paolflc;
builder, same; $40. -
A. olaen- Erect one-atory frame gar
ace. Kast Twenty-f mirth airt between
HroadWay and Hchuvlerj builder,
Thmnaa h n ra-n vna IftOO.
H. EaHywlneRenalr one-tory frm
tor. Alberta treet Detween union ana
fir.nit hiiM, Bum S&00.
R. lilonarram Krect one-tOry fram
dwelling. Terwllilaer atreet between
-lra ami Vrnnt: hullder. MmC $1000,
J'. Courtnev Kract one-atory frama
dwelling. Kaat Twenty-fourth street
Iwmd Jtrainard ana uoing; , , ouuuor,
a.m.. 11 inn
vintin icinha Renalr Ana and one.
half alorv frama dwelling. Cook avenu
VISITORS TO CHINATO
rrogres expoaltlon af 1111. will ex-
Mtiit all klnja of machinery having
in do with Oregon' dvtopmnt. Th
exposition management 1 clolng ar
ronremonta with manufacturer all
i ovrr tha United 8tte tnrougn local
rr presentative to hava exhibit on the
i. rouruH when tha fair begins Septera-
, i. r 1. - , . . -.
Inder this arracgemant Portland will
i-av probably thn)Jorty of ex hlblta,
U la said, sine In Portland are manu
factured moatj of tha Implement wnica
are itnt out Into Oregon to aid to
tha Improvement of tha land. ' .. u
All X Harmony.
These txhlblta Include electrical and
seam machinery. Tha essential plaea
tBhon by electrical equipment will b
between Rodney and
Otto Bchuman Repair iron
Fa at Third atreet between
fi.k- hullriar. R Melton: 1200.
. J. J. Armetrong Erect two-atory
frame dw-lllng, Eaat Twentieth atreet
between Rraaea and Knotti builder,
aam! 14000 i
H. Von Boratel Erect two-story
frama rfwaltlnr c ackamas atreet oe
tween Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth:
ti. Von Boratel Krect one-atory frama
dwelllnr. Waaco atreet between Twen-
ty-elhth and Twenty-nlntlij builder,
Roberta Construction company: .ouv.
if. p, Reynolda Krect one-atory
frame dwelling. East Fifty-sixth atreet
between Siskiyou and Stanton; builder.
Q. West A Son; $2000.
George W. Pate Repair three-story
brick atore, Fourtn atreet oetween
Washington and BUrku builder, John
City of PortlandErect two-tonr
frame fir enrlne house. E Rlark
street between Sixtieth and Blxty-flrst;
builder, N. Q. Patterson; 510.000.
Several Chinamen, acting aa China
town guides, are taking advantage . of
tha New Tear celebration and are prac
ticing a holdup gam upon Innocent
visitors. Toung Chinese who have
learned they could make money by of
fering to pilot vlsltora through the ori
ental colony have also been made the
toola of men who have caused several
complaints to be made to the police, 1
Last night alghtaeera were taken part
way en the tour, and then asked for
more money to aee -the rest. Borne of
these guides will charge II cents, ott
ers to centa and other It to aee the
dark places of Chinatown. The first
visits are to Josshouse, club room and
shrine, when the party will come to a
place recommended by tha guide the coat
will be SO centa extra. If the party
doe not pay tha guide dlaappeara.
several compiainta have been, mad
against this practice. The official guide
for Chinatown la Jullue w Knlspel.
Ha waa appointed by Mayor Simon and
la under bond a. . Knlspel la also a spe
cial police office,' and la In 'uniform.
He ha acted s official Interpreter.
Each night at orlock he atarta from
the police station with a crowd of lht
aeera, which trip lasts two hours. . Tha
holiday last two week, and all club
rooms, public places and homea ' are
beautifully decorated In the oriental
fashion. Chinese music and gaiety reign
during these holiday. ' .,
' (DmcIiI t-lmttrb ts The JournU
Gotdendale. Wash- Fob. U. How to
advance lha Interests of Klickitat coun
ty, wa tha keynote t6 the monater
booster meeting held at Cloldendal yes
terday. The occaasion waa tbe annual
meeting of the Klickitat Countjr De
velopment league. -Plana twere . for
mulated for the continuance of the. ex
ploitation campaign. Among; the con
tingent from -Portland were: '. .
Tom Richardson, publicity manager
of. the Portland Commercial club.
George B. J'rench, president H. M.
Adams, trafflo manager; H. 1L Crosier,
advert Islng agent, and C. M. Vowler,
traveling freight agent, all of the Spo
kane. Portland A Seattle Railway; U J.
Brlcker. of St. Paul, general Immltrrt
tion arent: A. V. Charlton, assistant
general paaengnr agent, and F. H.
Fogarty. assistant ' general ; freight
agent of the Northern Pacific; R, v.
Holder, general agent of the Chicago
Northwestern; . II. A, Jsckson, general
aaent of the Great Northern, and M. W.
rorer, asalatant general agent of tha
Burlington. - . -
The Gcldendale-Lyle pssenjrer train
wa derailed at I o'clock In the morn-
ng. N. U Ward, president of the Klick
itat Development league, and other
Goldendale cltlsen were on the train
en route to I,yl to wtlm.me Mr. French
and-hla psrty. The derllm.n lr,r.
rupted trafflo on the GolUendele branch
for aevaral houra. The members of tha
Portland party were joined by the (iold
endale boosters arid proceeded to 1ry
hill, where automobiles .wen. frovldd
u tu journey was completed. ,
Conffrvnce ff ChaHt leg."-'.,
Mankato, Minn., Fi1. .llTh eight
tenth state conference of charltlea and
corrections, which assembled here today
ror a tnree flaya' eesi0n, ,hns hrouaht
together many men and "women who
hare tnade.thelr life's work the scienti
fic tudy of th best mean of carlag
for or reforming the defective and In-
t. . 1 i
rorrlglblea, feeding the hungry, educat
Ing the Irnorant and reforming the
traqegressor. Governor Eberhart, State
Labor Commlsslni)r McEwen, Professor
Jenks of the University of Mluneaita,
and the Rev. Dr. C. R. Henderson, pres
ident of the International Prlaon asso
ciation, are among the scheduled speak
er. The Boclal development of the ru
rI community I one ot the chief sub-
Joct to bo discussed at tha conference.
;.. Dnth of rioncer Woman. ,
, ; ftultert PnM f eiMd Wlr. . U
' Santa Rosa. Cal'Feb. Uv Mr.- ElUa
J. Oraeter, 80 year old, who came to
tha Pnclflc coast in 1145, died here, yea
terdny aa the result of a stroke of , ap
oplexy. "She waa the niother-)n-law of
Attorney Frank If. Gould of San Fran
cisco' and alo the motbet-ln-law of Su
preme Judge .Sewull of this1 county, A
third son-ltf-law la Charles O. Johnson.
prominent cttlien. ,Mra Graeter had
lived here for more than a. quarter of
century, , ' : .
GROVE'S LIGHTS BURfJr '
CITY AGAIN ASSUMES
LIVELY AIR AT NIGHT
(NperUI Dlopttco to Tbe Jonrnl.)
Foret Grove,'. Or., Feb.. 11.
The electric light ' are irln
burning, after two month' durk- ,
ness. The city I In chsrgs of
the system, and aa soon aa the.
new generator arrives, which hae 1
been ordered from the east, the '
plant will be able to. supply all
1 the power needed.
The town has again assumed a,
HvVly air at evening, and . the
citizen are once more prome--nadlng
the atreet after toll of
the day ia over. One pleasant
.feature of th resumption of the
light 1 the opening of the free
reading-room at 'evening; which
had been closed lnc December.
,a rt trti la rlw ant iravii hi, it ! alr1
dally In connection with the develop-lk C PRIIIT HflMPANY
merit of Irrigated region a Since the
manufacturers decided to give up hold
ing an Independent exhibition and
RKreed to cooperate with the greater
fair aa individuals and not aa an asso
ciation, perfect harmony ha prevailed
.etween the officer of th Manufac
' irera' association and the Portland
J sir A Livestock association.
"We WIU have the roost unique dairy
xhlblt ever , given," said President E.
1.. Thompson ot th Xalr aaaoclation.
ctterday. "JVorking In cooperation
nlth the atate board of health, w will
' v a model dairy exhibited In mlnla
i re. Complaints have been mad of
r.e way dairlea have been conducted
n Orffon and tbe complaint In many
aies are well founded. So we will
how the N farmer who com to the
i i ogres exposition what a properly
- nducted dairy should look Ilka.. They
n thon go : back, home, and put tbe
-w Idea a Into operation. Right here,
i t mo ay, that I havo assurance more
rmers will com to Portland during
'he fair time than ever before in the
i. atory of thJ Rose City. . , - ..
:. ICere- tot Termer. .1
"For one thing, there are more of
the farmer; for another, we are pre-
i anng an eipositton with even
'nought for what the farmer would
ike to aee than for what the man In
!"n. la most interested in.- .' .'
I do not think many of ijs have an
silequate Idea of the place In progress
taken by thl atate and city." '
lir. Thompson Clover Hill dairy ha
become noted among farmer a on
f the best In the northwest He ha
-."liny Deen experimenting with anew
;ind of milk house, -which he i find
ing very uceeful. An attendant takes
tho bucket of jnilk from th man who
ie the milking and passe It to an
oiher attendant In the outer room of
i he milk .: housa. ' '.This' attendant pour
the milk through a properly made aper
ture into the coole In the next room.
The milk within, JO minute la cooled
to about 45 degrees Fahrenheit It is
1 ittied in thi. condition without Tth
possibility of contamination. Milk thu
's for remain pure and aweet for
m. , daya Mr. Thompson propose
to include a model of this style of
milk house In the dairy: exhibit It 1
expected to .ahow many dajrymen who
are careless about handling cooling
milk how to'adopi a better system at
small cost to . themselves and with
fSMctit DliDitcb t Tbe JouraaL) I
Vale, Or., Feb. 11. At the annual
meeting of th atockholder of the Ore
gon Fruit Land Development comoany
of Vale. the following director
were1 elected: O. W. Vok. Har
ry Flynn. E. S. TMhlrgt and Henry
Schlottman. Officer elected were.
Prealdent. O. W.' Voak; vlee-preeldent,
Hennr Schlottman;. ecretary. B. 8.
Tschlral. and treasurer, Harry vFlynn
Th company recently purchased 400
acre of fruit land from the Willow
River Land company, and will utlll
the entire tract In the cultivation of
fruit tree. At Ihi meeting th tock
holder voted to order from a Missouri
nursery 11.000 apple, 14,000 peach and
14,000 pear tree.
; Malheur Company Enlarge.
iinMlal rthraatrs ta n Journal.)
, Vale, Or.. Feb. Il.The Malheur Ab
trot company will hrafter be under
the management of Tom Jonea, an ex
nerleneed bulne man, .who ha pur
ehaaed a aubatantlal interest In th
enterorise from Judge 3. W. Corson,
Inor, Judge Coron remain a member of th
company, but hi law practice ana in
various orivate enterprise wttn wnicn
he i connected require all hi Um and
A LITTLE KED SPOT
p i -eater' afety tothefr cutomra
RUN OF BUILDING .
' PERMITS STILL BRISK
B. t. and W. E. Demford--Erect one
story frame dwelling. Spruce street,. be
tween Foeter Road and Lewis; builder,
same; 11600. . t . 7 ,'
C. Nascher Repair , oh-tory frame
oweuinav-Mineaot avenue, between
Oolng and Blandena; builder, same; t&O.
K Bouge Repair one-story frame
dwelling, Mildred treet, between East
Mnth and Eighth: builder, same; 1100,
Li. H- Strange Erect one-atory frame
Vori Szperlmeat fcy 'Waloo' I Kay B
.kud to DinppMt,
A peculiar feature about poslam, th
new akin discovery, Is that no ' on 1
asked to buy it without first Mending to
tha ' JCmrionoy Labdratoriea,vNo..i.j
West Twenty-Xifth ' tret., New York
Cty,: for ad xperlmenUI aample and
anolvinr am to aa affected part of
the tftln, about the its of a silver do!
lar. It will clear th spot ao treated in
14 houra a remarkable visual demos
tratloB of it powrv
w While poslam . ha been mentioned
principally in connection with th Cure
of csema. th most stubborn of akin
disease. It must be' rmemberd that
when used for 'Itch,- hive, pimple,
blotches, acne,' Itching feet, acaly ecal
chafing of Infanta' and almilar minor
akin trouble,' Its action ta all th mor
pronounced, results being seen after an
overnight application. . A only amall
quantity ot poslam Is necessary (to cur
such cases, a apeclal 50 cent package,
usually sufficient, ha been placed on
Bale at th Skidmore Drug Co., Wood
ard, Clarke aV Co., and other leading drug
stores In Portland, and throughout th
country. ' ' . i
Ponday, Feb. 14th i Is
Next Sunday's papers will hold a full-page
announcement there will be a burning interest
in it for YOU. ' ' -
WATCH FOR IT.
See our beautiful colored enlargement of the
Reed Institute site, on exhibition in our windows
-it is worth your while, i " . , . ,
Cclom&ia Trust Company
BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING
? - .'.",-:- '- -v,(i':i,'.'r.,...l.v. i'W;
For 9105 we sell regularly a splendidly finished piano,
in either mahogany or oak case, that is good in tone and ac
tion and will give many years of satisfactory service: It i a
piano that justifies easily a price of $250, and" iri most houses
would not be' sold at a lower figure. For years we have been
selling this piano as a leader of our cheaper styles arid spe
cializing it as the best piano in the city at its price.' 'It is
fully guaranteed and may be exchanged at any time within
one year at its full purchase price. Hundreds of these are
sold each season at the price, $105. ;
Like our stock of high-priced pianos and player-pianos,
our line of medium and low-priced instruments is the most,
extensive and best selected in the west. Not only is this true,
but our selling method and our business policy are such that
the satisfaction of the purchaser is positively assured. There
can be no misunderstandings, no disputes, no dissatisfaction
on the part of the buyer. ; v .
The terms on our payment plan are as low as could be
304 OAK STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH
BY USING THE
Portland 8 Seattle Ry.
'The North Bank Road" -
; ' The. system of tourist sleepers on "The North Bank
; Road" and connections reaches the important points in
the Missouri and Mississippi Valleys.
' These .-cars are from the Pullman shops; have clean
linen and comfortable berths; porters are in attendance.
"The saving in ticket and berth ates under, "standard"
accommodations, on the'same fast trains is Worth while
for instance, St Paul,, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City.
$14.90;' Denver, $11.40; Chicago, $190; St Louis! "ls'Sj
Leave Portland 9:00 A.M., 7:00 P.M.
' . ; ; , -1 ; r ,
-v Passenger Station 11th and fioyt Streets ,
- w. ; - CITY,' TICKET OFFICES . . .,
100 Third St Third and Morrison Sts. 122 Third St.
eilers great annual clearance sale of used instruments
- ' :the piano-buyinoJ event, of the year . " ' ' ' .
The ChoicesVof Chickermg M. Cables, Lesters, Hallet
7 ,T?vls',etc7 ctc:. AJff, AU IncJudcd Read he Partial List of Instruments and
PricesT-Every Instrument Wili Positively, Be Sold at Prices 'MarkedMake Your
' Pwn'Terms." . ' " ' :'. - ' '; ;'
Th Great Annual Clearance Bales at not
Etler riano.tiouae have al way, been livery. Furthermore, anr Piano pur. . '''' '
recognised br shrewd and careful' buy- chased during thl Clearance Sale can Knahe-Ar
rum yruroa -
, .-. Wad
elu ...... ,.,..1900
era aa me areaieai -niano.onnortunitir or urnra in lowira a Derier nano anr nn.At ti. ., m. aa
. . - r - . . .,k , . . . . , . .KIUUUM S M J v. I IOMU ..... vvv
in year. v - : ' " 7 f n P Klngabnrv Inner Plyr.. 00
-The sale thl year,, however eclipae w," wd.
We'll not sollt hairs about term: 11 0.
Id l; yea. even S, a month will do.
Simple Interest on deferred payment..
anything we- have ver before attempted
in two way r .... . ... 1 ;, , , ,-. , . ,.
rirst Th collection of used Piano
is not only the largest, .but. the hUh
oharacter of the instrument and their
excellent condition (many cannot be told
from new) are unauestlonably without
parallel. , -.
Secondly Never hefora have an- man r . . vmrnwa 11 nn.
well-known standard makes been ... Was
brought together under one roof.-and ... ka
the remarkably low prices at which all Ludwig Hi ;
are now offered have surely never be- Hardman .... ..... 400
fore been' witnessed la America. Kimball . 650 '
we'r determined to close out every S.tec"
II. .. .. "r"' ,v AUiopiano ..(.,.. ...... .
In this limited npace: Again we say, t.ri: -i.n u.i,nnnf pi.va
to fully appreciatj tht extraordinary pK-o" M,',ofrrlJrf
event, you must aee the Piano yourself, . - 7 : "and manvathari
not tncir excellent cpnaition, and little
nee bf price. - J. z. v ' . .K
) I . 4r . SO
And many others.
Heed Organ .............. $70
Packard Organ ........ 5
Maaon eV Hamlin ......... 79,
Marshall A Smith ...... 70
Barbuf .. -.. SO
Ferrand Votey ........... S5
sllg-hUy ued, shocwon and marred Kurtstnan
Piano, also those returned from renting Kurtiman
nn mi hn w.. .... . 1 . . Kurtman
. ... . . . . ci .ii.iuuh ui uu jailers .
this before taking possession of our hew j.roh noil . . .
warehouse. Price are marked accord- Victor .......
Ingly. A third to a half laea than tha Ptorv Clark
original coat are the figures on th In- Hc-bart M. Cable
struments now. . , . fronmer.
To fully appreciate thl ktraordtnary yL"rV,i
opportunity, you must com In and se vv hitny
the Instruments, comnar prices and mu.ra .'
Judg for yourelf. . t . . Kimball ;
Th assortment is so vast and varied Marshall A Wendell ...... 500
that the mot discriminating- buver I Hobart M. Cabla .
certain to ba suited both ae to quality ST'T' , '...
and price. ' r Kimball .........
wkzbx tkst com 7X01C . - yo-e,..;...:..;....;.?
The inatrument com to u In cart ! .
payment for costly Clilckering. Haiel- "AltJK r. , ,'" '"'-
.""i WIU HI. i.iiiuu. T curl" q l . 1 1 . . ' , , ...
. 1 . 0...1. TTKMtk,. n-i ii ncitiiiinir. ,.s, ........ ...... ztm
id otner nne Fianoa nandlea exclusive. 'i
by the House of Eller. V Clarendon ......... 575
A great number were also reoeived In ''r.Vf.r - ro. ........... .v i
exchange for th genuine Pianola Piano. ,,. f
Their owners relinquished them not be. Hamilton .................
cause unsatisfactory in detail or tons, weaer ...... ..J...4.,
but simply because they preferred tha' yici0P-',
genuine Pianola Piano, and wer willing '''i1.1 ."wr ..
to nav the additional money which that Kohler V Chase ...........
marvelous Instrument command. Clarendon '.;.,,....
All told, there are nearly 155 rare Hallet A Dvl ...........
value, which are on ale. - ' - Hobart M. Cable .......... .
You seed nave .no nesitancy atjout Juawig i. .
purchasing on or these used Pianos. Kimball -1 ............... .
We'll tell you frankly where it ha been Hardman ,......;......
ana now long nsea. racn ana every in- uester
aio. oxanrrjni prajrotAaU-trsnj.
S 2 Oak Pianola ...5250 MIKK
wamut nanoia .......... 20
t , ZXCTBZO PlajrOl. '':
"Here's a chance for cafes, moving
ptctur show, akatinf rlnka, etc.. to
ave anywhere from $100 to $606 en
th purchase of an eleotrio Instrument.
Terra, if you chooea . .,
BA3Y 0BAJTD8, SVC
Btelnway, ................ 106Q ,
Btelnway . 800.
Hallet Davla .......... too
Ktelnway ....;,. i .... ..... 500
And several othera ' , . '
Rosewood Pianola . a. . 260
r.ffSJf Oak Pianola, metrostyl.. 280.
III; Hi Cecilian . .....y...,. 22 J
" ' JR. IV
et rumen t will be Placed ltr the beet cos- Ester
slble condition. ; Tour purchase la pro- Eller
teeted in- every way. "Money Back1 if
............. .4, i... 250
:.-... ,..;.. 465 (
And many others.
W . wsw . MHaia1 t at .
am- , ' aavai V4a .vtjua
tS This is our 'yearly' clearance of all
218 Ughtly used roll bona fide reduction
10 of 25, 2 J 1-2 and a high a 60 per cent
ilJS !e.than rgular coat ; ,
' S8lO." No Piano will b reserved unless de.
.183 tosit Is paid. None sold to dealers at
133 thlprice. No telephone order. - Re-
'20rt, quest by wire to bold certain atyle .
2A.1 will be honored only until letter ean r
y.'tfi rive with deposit money. Definite, de
238 livery cannot be promised, but we'll try .
2Aft and meet every reasonable demand. -.- '
. J814. Remember, you tan practical! v make
2T8 your own terms. . Arrange to -come at
242 once-bright away today, for this extra- .',
J4!5 "ordinary, event will . Surely attract ,'
!! score of shrewd buyer' Eller Piano '
.305, Hou". '62 Waahlngton atreet, at Park. ;
, Store open .tomorrow evening.
H!A iJ C':
-vi -i mv
ff :$i n :.
Of Men's and Boys' fine
Clothing, Less Than Cost
' ' - j ' ' ' 1,v . ' , , , - ,
, '.This is . 4 wonderful opportunity. " These Overcoats
;andl Suits are far.superiorln fabric, style and tailoring, to
the f lass "of clothing we've handled in past; years,'' Think
of iselecting ironi our fine .big stock any Overcoat .or SuitJ
hand-tailof ed throughout by the best tailors in America,
and.in this season's newest colors' and striped , effects, atT
such low Clearance Sale prices:'. . , . -.
Overcoats and Suits i
for Men ; ; ,
$15 OVERCOATS AND SUITS. .911.75
$20 OVERCOATS AND SUITS..;....; ,914.35
$25 OVERCOATS AND SUITS.,.:., ;.'.:;918.75
$35 AND $40 OVERCOATS AND SUITS S25.00
Boys' Snappy Suits
. 4 TO 14 -YEARS 1 ' -! ',
; .Such extraordinary bargains were never before-'
to mothers in Portland. They're strongly and handsomely'
miouu iu yiam pigvo, iatiiY . t,assimres,. miDets, ciieviots
and. tweeds, ' - . ",'.,., "r . " -1 , . ,v '
$5.00 suits only;....:.
- $6.00 SUITS ONLY.
$7.50 SUITS ONLY.
$8.00 SUITS ONLY......:..
$10.00 SUITS ONLY....;...:
-.f. - .i . ,,. ...
Outfitters to Men and Boys
) Seventh and Staik
Grant Phcglcy, Mgr.