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THE MOftXTNO OTCEOOXT.AX. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1901.
VALUE OF MOTHER'S MEETINGS
Contention Thnt They Are a Help to
VANCOUVER, Wash., Feb. 24. (To the
Edlton) In Wednesday's :ssue of The Or
egonian I noticed a piece entitled, "A
Mother's Place," written by "A Mother."
My opinion, as a mother, is different; as
I do not think mothers are always respon
sible for the evil deeds of their sons. Is
it not possible that the fathers are some
times responsible for the candidate for the
rum shops? Or Is the texture of their
morality so perfect as to be beyond cen.
sure? Many mothers do not know how
to meet and counteract all the tempta
tions with which their children come In
contact, especially In large cities. Hence
it is essential that she should not always
"stay at home"; but realize the fact that
"experience is a good teacner," and get
out to these good mothers' meetings and
derive all the benefit possible from the
"ways and means" of others. We should
not be so narrow-minded as to think we
cannot profit by the dear experiences of
others: I "am the mother of three chil
dren, two cf them living and grown daugh
ters. I have attended mothers' meetings
and was always benefited by them. My
children were not on the streets "learning
evil"; neithsr were they neglected In the
I have always been a busy mother, yet
have found time for other things besides
Tearing my children; such as visiting the
eick, helping the needy, and attending
temperance meetings. How much docs
the average woman know, even of the ele
mentary evils of Intemperance, unless
taught by others? What a grand thin
It is for mothers to have the privilege of
attending such meetings and lectures!
and take their children with them. Then
ehe shows her faith by her work;. "Faith
without works is dead, being alone." If
this mother has made such a grand suc
cess In "raising" her children, she should
by all means attend mothers' meetings,,
that other anxious ones may profit by her
experience She also states that the be
ginning should be at the cradle. The
study of scientific temperance shows
plainly that we should begin before that,
for many are made drunkards before
reaching the cradle.
Mothers, wives, do not always stay at
home. f ' W. C. T. UV
Hop Freight Itntc Higher.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26. On and
after April 1 the price of transporting
hops from all Pacific Coast points to East
ern markets will be raised.. Some time
ago an emergency rate was made of $1 50
per 100 pounds from the Pacific Coast! to
all Eastern cities on account of the prev
alent low price of the product. Since then
hops have raised In price, and the bid
rate of $2 per 100 pounds Will be estab
lished. This return to the old rate liiu
been adopted by all railroads doing Pacific
The maximum carload of dried fruit Avlll
on and after April 1 be 30,000 pounds. ,The
same rule goes Into effect in regard -to
canned goods. In the past the carload
rate was 12,000 pounds.
Asralnst Inviting the President.
CHATTANOOGA. Tehn.. Feb. 26. Tur
ney Camp, Confederate Veterans, of Win
chester, Tenn., has adopted another reso
lution against inviting the President to
attend the Memphis reunion. They op
pose such an invitation on the ground
that "it Is contrary to the spirit of the
constitution and 'laws of the association,
and tends to change the character and
defeat the purpose of the organization,
which was Intended to be a purely and
exclusively Confederate organization for
Confederate veterans alone."
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Feb. 20. 8 P. M. Maximum
temperature. 58; minimum temperature, CO:
river reading at 11 A. M., 10.1 reef; change in
thp.past 24 hours, 0.4'JSoot: total precipitation,
5 P. M. to 5 P. M.. 0..rS Inch; total precipita
tion since Sept. 1, 1000. 30.35 Inches: normal
precipitation since Sept. 1. 1900. '32.20 inches;
deficiency, 1.85 Inches; total sunshine Feb. 25,
0:00; possible sunshine Feb. 25, aO:54.
The storm that "has been central oft the
Northwest "Washington Coast during the last 4S
hours is slowly moving Inland, and Is this
evening central over British Columbia, The
pressure continues high over California "and
the Great Salt Lake basin. Light to moderately
heavy rains have fallen during the last 24
hours In the Northern states west of the
Rocky Mountains. It Is unseasonably warm In
the North Pacific States and In California.
The Indications are for unsettled weather and
rain In this district Wednesday.
Forecasts made at Pprtland for the 28 hours
ending at midnight Wednesday, February 27:
Portland and vicinity Unsettled weather,
with occasional rain; cooler; southerly winds.
Oregon Unsettled weather, with occasional
rain; cooler In west portion; southerly winds.
Washington Unsettled weather, with occa
sional rain: cooler, except In northeast por
tion; winds mostly southerly.
Idaho Cloudy and threatening, with occa
sional rain; cooler In north portion.
A. E. AVOLLABER.
Acting Forecast Official.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's salesroom 1S2 First st. at 10
o'clock A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. NO. 54.
O. E. S. Regular communication
this (Wednesday) evening at 8
MYRA H. GLINES, Sec
WASHINGTON COUNCIL. NO. 3. R.
& S. M. A stated assembly this
(Wednesday) evening at 7:30. Work
C. E. MILLER. Recorder.
SEIBERT At the family residence. In this
city, 1030 Belmont st., Feb. 20. 1001. Sarah
F., wife of John Selbert, aged 53 years, II
months and C days. Funeral from the resi
dence Thursday. Feb. 2S, at '2 P. M. Friends
Invited to attend.
GILLILAND At the family residence. In this
city, 14C North 17th st.. Feb. 20, 1001. Mm.
Mnttle E. Qllllland, aged 40 years. Funeral
Thursday, 2 P. M. Services at the grave
GLEASON At Rcedvlllc, Or., Feb. 24, 1001,
Jos. M. Gleason. son of M. J. and C. E. dea
con, aged 32 years.
FRASER At Los Angeles. Cal., Feb. 25, 1001,
Dr. E. P. Fraser. Funeral notice later.
EDWARD HOLMAX. Undertakcr.4th
and Yamhill st. Rena Stinson, lady
assistant. Both phono So. 507.
Flnley. IClmbnll Si Co.. Undertaker.
Lady nsuistnnt. 275 Third t. Tel. O.
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For loans on most favorable terms. Municipal
and school bonds purchased. W. H. Fear,
Chamber of Commerce.
On Improved city and fa I'm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loan. Installment
loans. Ma ell aster & Blrrell. .'ill Worcester bile
Oregon eggs, 15c doc; full-weight creamery
butter, a new creamery, 50c; lo lbs. No. 1
email prunes. 25e; 7 lbs. black ties, 25c; C lbs.
beans, 25c Don't forget us on all varieties of
smoked and salted Ash.
Oregon Cash Grocery
232 North 14th st.
IDAHO MEAT MARKET.
Legs of best mutton ...10c
All mutton chops ,ioo
Mutton loins ......, ,. Joe
Strloln steak '-... 12U-c
Sugar-cured hams 12 c
Eastern picnic hams pr
Sugar-cured bacon 10c tr 12c
Lard, from .c to IOkj
Rrxbrand lard. 3 lbs. for 25c
Poultry is plenty.
JOE NASH, Prop., cor. First and Main.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms," "Rooms and Board." "Housekeep
ing Rooms." "Situation Wanted." 15 word or
leas, 13 cents; 10 to 20 words. 20 cents; 21 to 25
word. 25 cents, etc No discount for kodltional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today," 30 cents for 15 word or less: 10 to 20
words. HO cents; 21 to 25 words. CO cents, etc
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, ono
b&lf; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (pause measure agate). 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per line
lor each additional insertion.
ANSWErtS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of
fice should always be Inclosed In sealed envel
opes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will aot bo responsible for er
rors In advertisements taken through the telephone.
MARQUAM GRAND-CALVIN HEILIG. Mgr.
Friday and Saturday nights, March 1 and 2.
Saturday Matinee at 2:15.
Friday night and Saturday Matinee. "A
Lady of Quality";. Sat. nizht, "Carmen."
Evening prices Lower floor, except last 3
rows, 11.50; last 3 rows, $1. Balcony, first 3
rows, $1; second 3 rows, 75c; last 0 rows, 50c
Gallery. 25c. Boxes and loges, $10.
Matinee prices Lower floor, except last 3
rows, SI; last 3 rows, 75c Balcony. first 0
rows, 75c; last tt rows, 50c Galley, 25c Boxes
and loges, $7.50.
ONE WEEK. COMMENCING SUNDAY,
"THE ELEVENTH. HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
"THE ELEVENTH HOUR."
SOUVENIR MATINEE SATURDAY.
Portland's Down-Town Theater, Third and
Yamhill, Clarance H. Jones Mngr.
Tonight at 8 o'clock and all week. Saturday
matinee Ed F. Davis' big -spectacular.
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.:
See the Siberian bloodhounds, transformation
scene, steamboat race, tho cotton .fields, float
ing ice. Jubilee singers, free street parade:
two funny Topsles, 2 lawyer Marks, $5O00
challenge double orchestra, 40 people Prices
just the same.
Next attraction "Between Two Hearts."
FREDERICKS BURO MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOR THIS WEEK.
TRACEY, Champion Weltor-Welght of Aus
tralia, and ROSS, of Denver, better known as
the Iron-Jawed Boy, In a Four-Round Sparring
Exhibition. Divine Dodson. Ellsworth Chil
dren, Thatcher, and Chcnovcth, Miss Louise
Keeslng; the smallest acrobat In the profes
sion. Little Nero; SIg Dc Caprio, late baritone
soloist of the famous Italian Marine Rand;
Miss Hattic Ward. Miss May Leondor.
Sunday matinee, 2:30 P. M.
FOR RENT STORE ROOM. 23x80. WITH
cement basement. In new modem brick
building. Stark st.. opposite Ncustadter
Bros. Inquire 250 Stark.
0 PER CENT MORTGAGES. SUMS TO SUIT;
less than usual expense. Ward, Allsky bldg.
On Improved city and farm property.
R LIVINGSTONE. 224 Stark st
Pleasant Homes for Sale.
Either of those new and commodious homes
now being finished on Third and College sts.
will be sold on easy terms, by Parrlsh, Wat
kins & Co.. Real Estate, Loan and Insurance
Agents 250 Alder st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
52 acres on Base Line road. C miles east
of Willamette River: will sell In 6-acre
tracts; $50 an acre and up. We are instruct
ed to sell only a few acres at this price
Grlndstaff & Blaln. 246 Stark.
$2500 WILL BUY 12 ACRES IN HEART OF
one of best towns In Willamette Valley.
Worth three times the amount for platting.
Taxes all paid and good title. For partic
ulars address. John B." Slater. Colvllle. Wash.
$1300 WILL BUY FULL LOT AND 5-ROOM
cottage, 347 Grand ave., near Weldler, if.
GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN. 240 Stark.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
erty. business chance, etc See us before
. buying. Canadian Enjoyment and Real Es
tate Office. 226 Morrison, room 10.
FOR SALE-MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE,
with cement basement and cellar; nlcaly lo
cated In Piedmont; owner leaving city. Call
at residence, 1325 Cleveland ave.
I '. .
17 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND; RUNNING
water, house, barn, orchard; convenient to
electric car. J. A. Honkle, 226 Ablngton
$25 EACH FOR 4 LOTS ON ST. JOHNS
car line; street graded In front of property.
Brown. 302 AVabhlnsrton st.
WASHINGTON AND MORRISON STREETS,
corner lots for sale. F. V. Andrews & Co..
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTKD-SMALL PLACES NEAR PORT
land. from 5 to 20 acres each. Address W. A.
Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st
FUR SALE FARMS.
240 ACRES. 12 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ORE
Kon City; 140 cultivated, good house and out
buildings; good orchard; running water; all
under good fence, prlcn $5uU0, $1000 cafeh.
balance 0 ler ceiit intervst, 20 other Claek-
amas County farms bargains. Dlmlck &
Eastham,, Oregon City. Or.
For Sale or Rent The Hornbuckle place, ad
joining Beavorton. Wash. Co.; 00 acres; 30
acres clear; orchard, food farmhouse and
outbuildings; on railroad, handy to Portland
markets, running water on place. Apply to
W. S. Ward. 310 Allsky building.
50. TO 100 ACRES OF LAND, 15 MILES
Southwest from Portland, on Tualatin River;
three-quarters In cultivation, good buildings,
hydrant water and stream of living water;
price and terms reasonable. Address Ferd
Groner. Kenton, Or.
FARMS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF AVASH
lngton and Oregon bought at mortgage fore
closure bales, for sale at Go per cent of
actual value: all sizes and kinds. Call at my
law office. 009 Chamber Commerce building.
Geo. W. Hazen.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington: payment
maIe to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to MacMaster
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FARMS AND FARM LAND NEAR PORT
land and Oregon City-and in Tualatin Val
ley; cut up to suit purchasers. Apply tho
Oregon Iron & Steel Co.. 339 Sherlock bldg.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 320 ACRES. 12 MILES FROM
Oregon City; 100 under cultivation; Suitable
for dairy or stock; stock and Implements for
sale O. C. Blaney, Clarks. Or.
WELL - IMPROVED DAIRY FARM. 240
acres, 18 miles from Portland. P 30. care
FARM TO RENT. ON EASY TERMS; CLOSE
to the city. Apply 151 Front, near Morrison.
FOR EXCHANGE-GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE,
bath, pantry, city and well water, block ot
land. barn, fruit, shrubbery, lawn, garden,
excellent schools, handy to business
churches, electric lights; beautiful location,
thriving city on R. r.. Western Washing
ton. Particulars, address box 501. Astoria,
Or. Give description and location Of prop
erty. BEAUTIFUL 10-ROOM MODERN HOME IN
Sunhyslde to exchange for home la Spo
GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN. "240 Stark.
LIVERY STABLE TO EXCHANGE FOR
suburban property. For particulars address
Q 42, care Oregonlan.
To Exchange Good real estate and some cash
for furniture Address M-. Tfemont Hotel.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
WE BUT AND SELL TIMBEIt IN LARGii
or small tracts and deal In land scrip. Th
Syndicate Company. 2u9 California bulldlnx
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Money made In this enterprise I can give you
a written guarantee jRalnst loss in an In
vestment made In oil stocks. Portland lobe a
big oil center. You can Invest from 810 up.
W. J. Curtis, 214 Commercial Block.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE CHEAP. SAW MIL.L. IN GOOD
order, a good chance to one who under
stands the mill business and can run It, lo.
t.f timber W 37, care Oregonlan.
RIGHT TO HOMESTEAD VALUABLE
piece of land relinquished by present occu
pant and Improvements for sale or trade. Ad
dress F 42. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE ONE GOOD DELIVERY AVAU
on, one single buggy, one set harness. Ap
ply 189 Lownedale St., between Yamhill and
TYPEWRITERS. ALA, MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing, office upplle.
etc Coast Agency Co.. 2tWH Stark L
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnacu slab. Hoover. 313 Water st.
Phones Oregon South CSl; Columbia S3.
PRIVATE FURNISHED HOUSE. CENTRAL.
sacrifice. Hotel. Lodging-house. 5o rooms.
Call Occidental Hotel, Flrst-MorrUon.
GOOD MILCH COW AND STEER FOR SALE.
Apply 180 Lownsdale st., between Yamhl.l
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE 320 ACRES, IN
fine location; no -agents. Address R 43, care
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison t
Magic lanterns, new, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$300 upright pianos, same as new, $105; one,
$40; organ, $20. Upstairs, 104 1st. Martin.
FOR SALE-ONE SPAN OF DRAFT HORSES,
weigh 1400. A- J. Alley, Vancouver, Wash.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS. 23
work horses. 211 "Washington, 304 Front.
YOUNG. FRESH MILCH COW FOR SALE.
Inquire at 3S1 East Pine.
SEVERAL READ OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
FRESH COW AND CALF FOR SALE. 753
Fine Knabe piano for sale or rent; In first
class condition. Address F 37. Oregonlan.
HELP WANTED MALE.
8 TEAMS, CITY. SCRAPERS, 10 HAULING
gravel, $4; carpenter, city, $2.50; bench
hand", $2.50; 2 men and wives, farms, $30 to
$35; milker and buttermaker, $30 to $B5;
farm hands, $20 up; loggers, $2 up: fallcr,
$2.75; shoemakers, factory: woodchoppers,
00c; man to contract for 5000 cords wood,
51; other work. Canadian Agency, 220 Mor
rison. Loggers headquarters.
WANTED SALESMAN OR SOLICITOR FOR
permanent position with large and old-established
house; must be under 45 years, have
an unquestionable- proclivity for push and
salesmanship; satisfactory contract to right
man; references, showing character and
sales ability, necessary. D 42, cara Orego
nlan. WANTED A NO. 1 SALESMAN AND So
licitor; must be energetic, a good talker and
of fine appearance; accustomed to work in
advertising. Insurance and kindred lines; can
obtain a good-paying position; state experi
ence and references. A 42, care Oregonlan.
MILL-YD. LABORERS. $1 AND BD.; ALSO
strong boys for box factory and planer. $20
mo. and bd.; woodchoppers, fcOc (cabin $1
month); butter maker-mllkcr, E. Ore. $30.
nay own fare Drake's Labor Agency, 152
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR GOODS
by sample to wholesdlc and retail trade
We are the largest and only manufacturers
In our line In the world. Liberal salary paid.
Address Can-Dex Mfg. Co., Savannah. Go.
BEHNKU'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. DAY
and night sessions. Shorthand successfully
taught by mall. Send for catalogue. Wash
ington, cor. Second. Telephone Clay 401.
MEN OUR CATALOGUE EXPLAINS HOW
wt teach the barber trade In 8 weeks, saving
2 years. Mailed free Molers Barber Col
lege San Francisco. Cal.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER, FOR FEW
days. Address. In own handwriting, stating
salary expected, experience, T 45, Oregonlan.
WANTED ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER AND
bill clerk. Address L 43, care Oregonlan,
giving references, salary expected.
FOUR MORE CREW MANAGERS; ALSO
good agents. Golden West Mfg. Co., 308
Washington st., Portland.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks' Registration Bureau, room 1.
270 Washington st.
BOY WANTED TO DRIVE DELIVERY
wagon. Inquire at market, 21st and Irving.
CARPENTER WANTED; GOOD MECHANIC
Gordon, the contractor. Third and Salmon.
Acme Employment Bureau. 245 Morrison,
See billboard for places. Both phones.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
JOHNSON SISTERS. WAITRESSES, COME
quick, job together. Also wanted 25 domes
tics, waltrewv. cooks; Al second girl (sew).
$15 and up; possibly chambermaid, $10;
housekeeper, $8. Drake, 152 First.
HOTEL WAITRESS AND CHAMBERMAID,
country: 2 waltretses. The Dalles; housekeep
ers; second girls; cooks; housework, city and
country. Canadian Parlors, 220 Morrison.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
stenographer, lady, with machine, capable of
handling correspondence without dictation.
Q 43, Oregonlan.
GIRL TO COOK AND GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family; good wages. Take "S"
car south to Abernethy. 1V4 Abemethy st.
WANTED "COMPETENT GIRL. GENERAL
housework: three In family. Apply 05 20th
st. north, cor. Flanders.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work and sewing. Apply In morning.
382 10th, cor. Market.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, ftnall family; good wages. Ap
ply 723 Gll'an st.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework for small family. Apply 1B7 22U
ORDER FREE ALL KINDS OF HELP,
white or Asiatic It. G. Drake. 152 First.
COMPETENT WOMAN TO DO COOKING
and general housework In private family. 381
GIRIr-FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooking; no washing. Apply 307 22d st.
Accordion plaiting: reduced prices. Mme. Kel
logg's School ot Dressmaking. 14 Lewis bldg.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; rmall family. 171 North 17lh st.
ACME EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 245V$ MOR
rlson Help free to employers. Both phones.
WANTED-OIRL TO SEW. MEREDITH'S
umbrella store. Sixth end Washington.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
second girl. Apply 105 North 20th st.
NEAT GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL
housework. 7C3 Irvlnfc st., hear 3d.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooklns. 747 Gllssn st.
WANTEDGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Inquire 170 Glbbs st.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. 5G0 Hoyt st.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A YOUNG MAN OF TACT AND ABILITY,
Just arrived from Philadelphia, thoroughly
experienced In the advertising department
and management of a dry goods or depart
ment store. Is open to receive proposals from
progressive merchant. Address Warren, care
SITUATION WANTED BY MAN 25 YEARS
old; rood city references; experienced sten
ographer; office work or collecting; must hav
Work; small salary. Address N 43, care Ore
gonlan. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN,
in office or store; no bad habits; salary no
question. P 43, Oregonlan.
WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED MAN, Posi
tion In hotel; no man can give better refer
ences. C 41, care Oregonlan.
WANTED-SITUATION. BY AN Al BOOK
keepcr of four years' experience Address T
TO EMPLOTERS WHT ADVERTISE FOR
hs!p when you can ko to Clerks' Registration
Bureau end select Just such help as you wan:
with the best of city references, either male
or female frre of cost? Call and be con
vinced. Office 270JI Washington st, room 1.
Thone Oak 48L
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION
of any kind, help dishwashing, housework.
05 North Third.
A YOUNG JAPANESE WANTS A PLACE TO,
do cooklns. Address 303 Flanders su, Jap
BY VERY BEST JAPANESE BOY. HELP
cook or housework, do anything. 230 Burn
GERMAN BOY'. 14. WANTS WORK; BAK
ery preferred. Address X 38. care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WIDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
seamstress and traveling companion In nice
family going to Vancouver, B. C, preferred.
C 42. Oregonlan.
AN AGED OR INVALID LADY. DESIRING
a competent and willing maid, at home or
traveling. Address V 43, Oregonlan.
LACE CURTAINS DONE UP. FIRST CLASS,
at home 40c per pair. Mrs. Socn, 5S3 Hood
st. Telephone Red 2812.
WANT A POSITION TO DO HOUSEWORK
ana icunaenng; oy me aay. Aaarcss i-iu
GOOD GIRL WOULD LIKE A NICE PLACE
for general housework. U 43, care Orego
nlan. BY A SWEDISH GIRL. TO DO GENERAL
housework. Call 353 North 17th st.
AN INTELLIGENT WOMAN. 30 YEARS
old, with C-year-old daughter, experienced In
hotel work and housekeeping, capable of
managing many servants, rooming-house, ho
tel, or rentlemen's home. Address Mrs. G.
Brown, 254 12th, city.
Bookkeepers rind Stenographer'.
WANTED SITUATION, BY STENOGRA
pher and typewriter; small wages for begin
ning. J 43. Oregonlan. ,
EASY. PAYING PROPOSITION FOR GOOD,
active solicitor. Call at Strong's Photo
graphic Studio, Goodnough building.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY AND MOTH
cr; two or three housekeeping rooms, with
use of bath and, telephone; must be centrally
located. K 43, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BY' RELIABLE PARTY. 3 OR C
room cottage: must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price, F W, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BY MARCH 1. J FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; 15 minutes of Sixth and
Alder; adults. X 43, care Oregonlan.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
by couple, with no children; $8 per month.
S 43. Oregonlan. '
HOUSE OF FROM 14 TO 20 ROOMS. CEN
trally located. Address P. O. box 340, city.
FOR LONG TIME. SMALL. WELL - FUR
nlshed cottage. Address M -13, Oregonlan.
FURNISHED COTTAGE OR FLAT, 5 OR 0
rooms. H 43, Oregonlan.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
off Ciothlns n shoes. 22 North 3d. Phoat
Hood 517 Ora-.rs promptly attanded la.
PARTIES HAVING CITY AND SUBURBAN
property for salo will do well to list It with
W. A Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc Kutner &
Co.. 32 N. Third Oregon phone Cay ilSO.
WANTED TO BUY ARMY PRINTING
pres?. W 43. care Oregonlan.
THE SPALDING. S. E COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of th
owner. Helen F. Spalding The most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 2SSi THIKP ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en kuiie, single or house
keeping; aunllgnt In all rooms; bath included;
most icaionaMo terms; transient solicited.
Under entirely new managrmenL
Elegantly furnished room., transients.
IDS"; Fourth, bet. Washington and Stark.
THE MANHATTAN-COURT NEW BUILD
ing. new furniture; the leading house; is
now ready lor renting rooms. 311H Stark,
near Sixth st.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished: all modern conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIRST-MORRISON
Rooms, suites, single, housekeeping. Hotel,
private houses, furnished, central, for sale
The La Porte 170 Third, cor. Yamnlll First
class, clenn. neat rooms, $1.25 per week up;
transient. 25c day up: transient solicited.
FURNISHED SINGLE AND LARGE FRONT
rooms at low prices; transient oollcited.
324 Front, cor. Clay.
NICELT FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE AND
en suite. First National Bank building. First
and Washington sts.
THE "GRAND" DESIRABLE ROOMS;
steam heat, baths, electric lights. 3S7 Yam
hill. NICE FURNISHED ROOM. PRIVATE FAM
lly; use of library and piano. 334 Hall st.
175 12TII ST. SUITE AND SINGLE; RENT
reasonable; central location; gas. heat.
201 14TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Desirable location. Phone West 1443.
It oxn With Board.
BOARD AND ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN OR
two gentlemen, within four blocks of 10th
and Washington, In private home; gas, bath,
good heat, plenty hot water; a good home to
right parties; $25 per month. F 40, care
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 1STH YEAR;
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUNNY ROOM;
alo room for student; pleasant surround
ings; home cooklns. good service; central;
reasonable. 475 Washington, cor. 14th.
THE COLONIAL. 1C5 10TH STREET ONE
suite, second floor, front; also single room;
table and service first class.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR
without board; bath and phone. 105 Sev
enth, near Portland Hotel.
420 ALDER. THE STEVENS FINE FUR
nlshed rooms; best home cooking in the city;
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD: GAS.
bath and telephone; good location. 533 East
NICELY" FURNISHED ROOM, WITH BOARD.
In private family. 03 10th. near Stark.
3SS JEFFERSON FINELY FURNISHED;
large suite of front rooms and alcove, com
plete for housekeeping; hot and cold water,
gas. bath, telephone; central location; refer
ences. TWO OR THREE LOVELY ROOMS. FUR
nlshed complete for housekeeping; private
family; no children. 205 Fourth.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; fine location; rent reasonable. For
particulars inquire 334 Hall st.
HOUSEKEEPING: 2 FURNISHED FRONT
Bultess first floor: 3 unfurnished rooms,
ground floor. 320J4 Front.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; closets, water and sink; no
children. 48S Everett.
347 ANKENY ST.-COMPLETELY FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms on ground floor for
rent; $7 month.
253 SIXTH. COR. MADISON FURNISHED
housekeeping roomr; all conveniences; best
NICE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING OK
single rooms. 211$ Second st.. cor. Salmon.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
phone and bath; no children. 4u0 Taylor.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
references required. 235 12th st.
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms; bath. 405 10th st.
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE:
no children. 249 Caruthtrs.
$10 PER MONTH; A NICE. CLEAN. MOD
ern C-room flat: bathroom, pantry, wood
shed, porch; nice View. GU7V$ Hood st.
FOR RENT A C-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER
East 12th and East Oak. Apply 173 Third M.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. IN
qulre 345 Oak it., A. Beck. -
$10 PER MONTH; 5-ROOM COTTAGE. FUR
nlshed complete for housekeeping. 10S Pcn
noyer St.. near Hood.
FURNISHED HOUSE. 7 ROOMS; 100 SIXTH
st. Call forenoons.
STORE FOR RENT ON WASHINGTON ST..
between Fourth and Fifth: cheap rental.
GERMAN SHIP MARIE HACKFELD. CAP
taln Wlehrmann, from Honolulu Neither the
captain nor the undersigned consignee of
the above-named vessel will be responsible
for any debts that may be contracted by the
crew. Taylor, Young it Co., Agents. Port
land, Or., Feb. 23, 1001.
GERMAN SHIP BRUNSHAUSEN. CAPTAIN
Keppler Neither. the master nor the .under
signed will be responsible for any de'bts con
tracted by. the crew of the above-named ves--sol
ab this port.- The Portland Flouring Mills
PROPOSALS FOR SHIRTING FLANNEL
Depot Quartermaster's ORlce. 30 New Mont
gomery St.. San Francisco, Cal., February
10. 1001. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received at this office until 10 o'clock A.
M.. Saturday. March 2. 1001, Pacific stand
ard time, and then opened, for furnishing
50,000 yards dark blue shirting flannel, sub-
Ject- to 50 per cent Increase, It desired by
this department. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production and man
ufacture conditions ot price and quality
being equal (Including In the price of for
eign production and manufacture the duty
thereon), and such preference vlll be given
to articles of American production and man
fuacture produced on the Pacific Coast, to
the extent of the consumption required by the
public service there The United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. Informa
tion and blanks for proposals will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals will be Indorsed "Proposals No.
1585," and addressed to MAJOR OSCAR F.
LONG. Quartermaster, U. S. Vols., Depot
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED BIDS
for the excavating and grading, concrete
and brick work for the erection of a school
house at the corner of East 14th and Alder
streets, for school district No. 1. Multnomah
County, Oreron, will be received at the of
fice ot the School Clerk. In the City Hall,
until 4 o'clock P. M., March 2. 1001. Each
proposal submitted shall be accompanied by
a certified check for 10 ner cent of the
'" amount of the bid. .Finns and specifications
may be seen at tno oniee of tne arcmiect,
R. H. Miller. 501 Sherlock building. By
order of the chairman ot the board.
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF VANCOUV
er Barracks, Wash., Feb. 20. 1001. Sealed
proposals for furnishing and delivering fresh
beef at Forts Davis (Nome), Egbert, Gibbon,
Llscum iValdcz), and St. Michael, and camps
at Rampart City and Skagway. Alatka, for
12 months, beginning July 1. 1001, will be
received here until 11 A. M. March 28. 1001,
and then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing proposals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for fresh beef,"
and addressed to MAJOR JAMES N. ALLI
SON. Chief Coramlasary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this date I will not be responsible
for any debts or contracts entered into by
any person or persons In connection with the
management or working of the fish oil and
guano business carried on at Blaine Wash.,
and Astoria. Or., under the name of T. H.
Wymonde. unless such debts or contracts are
authorized In writing by myself or my
agents, Messrs. W. A Ward, of Victoria. B.
C, or Messrs. W. A Anderson & Company,
Limited, of Vancouver, B. C. Dated this
25th day of January. 1001. George Do La
Poer Bcresford. By Davis. Marshall & Mac
nelll. hlv Solicitors.
C. Gee-Wo, great Chinese doctor, successfully
mm- catuitn, lunga. stomach, liver, kidnea,
female troubles, and alt private diseases with
powerful, harmless Chinese roots, herbi.
uarks. etc., i.ul are unkuuwu to medical sci
ence In United States. Consultation free.
Charges reasonable bend stamp lor symp
tom blank. Addrek 13h 3d bt.. i'ortlanu, ur.
30 WOMEN ANTED IRREGULAR. PA1N
ful or atoppagea, leucorrhueu iwhlttsj and all
tllseuae pertaining to change uf life, cured
b old Dr. Kessler. 2.10 Yamhill at.. Port
land. Or. Private Waitiug-roum lcr ladies.
Consultation lres Call or write, inclose 10
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT; ALL SlifES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
frtMcd, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
'rompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordrays.
ONLY EXPERT CHIROPODIST. SCIENTIF
IC masseuse, artistic manicurist on Pacific
Coast, recently from Chicago. Gran Espe
clflco cures corns. D. Cleopatra Cream guar
anteed remove wrinkles. 20 Raleigh block.
Superfluous hair, moles and other facial blem
ishes movcd with electric needle; perma
nent -ix.ee. electric massage for wrinkles.
Portland Electrolysis Parlors, 15-10 Lewis
blug., cor. Park and Mor. Phone Brown 057.
THE PORTLAND CLUB.. INC . A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fifth st. and 291H Alder. The cafe in con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BT OIL ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One-month'a treatment,
12: 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Woods id & Clarke. Portland.
DARLING SANITARIUM. ML Tabor; private;
especially for treatment of women's diseases
and confinements: terms moderate Ad. Dr.
Darling. Mngr.. Cambridge Bldg., Portland.
WHY SUFFER? NO MATTER HOW LONG
standing or how many remedies tried, the
Greek Rheumatism Cure will cure you. Call,
write or phone L. T. Lewis. AgL, 150 0th,
'DURING FEBRUARY 1 WILL MAKE YOUR
dresses in the latest style at less than my
usual prices; first-class work. Mme. L Mol
ler. 345 Washington st., room 2.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy, 227 Morrison sL, bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, proper
size nnd style, 25c 250 business cards, $1.
Brown & Schmale. 220 1st st.. Portland. Or.
Uncle Henry. 43 N. Third, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains in unredeemed pledges.
MRS. DR. McCOY. electric treatments. 13354
First St.. ,cor. Alder, rooms 3S and 80.
CENTURY DICTIONARY. $35. AT THE OLD
Book Store 229 Yamhill street.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property In Oregon and Washington at lowest
rates. Real estate bought and sold. Western
Investm't & Loan Co., rm. 10, 245 Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PI'BLICITY ON REAL
or chattrl mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallctt, 213 Com
mercial block- Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
classes or security. R. I. Eckerson & Co.,
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 8SJ.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. Kln,
,room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
"LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, REAL
estate and all kinds ot securities. 12S 3d St.,
C H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Office
$5 AND UP, IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
HONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commissions, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co., 002 Commercial blk.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck, 321 Morrison street.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 FER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark street.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn. 552 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. room 9 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc, low rates.
See U first. Mann & Co.. C04 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOANV C per cent, farm or cltv
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Chv of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECUR
lty. Phone Red 2553. Frame. 510 Marquam.
MNEY TO LOAN. AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real estate Flyrapton, 291 Morrison at.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR
women has no equal. 417 Marquarn building
Assuyertt and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MNERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold dust bought. 204& Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST,
gold dust boucht. 228b Stark at.
Geo. J. Murton. 307 Chamber of Com. Phone
Brown 430. Accounts examined, books kept.
DR BENJAMIN, astrologlst and phrenolbglst.
located 203V4 First at. Phone Clay 542.
J. W. RANSOM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bldg., Portland, Or.
Dabbltt Aletnl and Solder.
W. W. Blaney. mfr., 100 N. 10th. Portland;
best quality; lowest prices. Tel. South 111.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-35 3d st.
Carpenters nnd llnllders.
J. A. MELTON, JOBBING. CABINET WORK,
store fixtures. 307 Stark. Both phones.
Chiropodists nnd Mnnlcnrlnjr.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg.. 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone Grant 1(1.
Mme. Dr. Herzog, from Berlin, scientific re
veaJer; tells entire life, past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted: names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 303 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry, coke
Tont et.. near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1700.
HERMAN METZGER-. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber nnd old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st., near Main. Port
land. Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg1.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
METAL SKYLIGHTS, GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C Bayer. 265 Second st.
Dycinjr nnd Clennlnjr.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner, 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
Western Electric Works; house wiring, bell
work, repalre, motors, dynaraoe 305tj Wash.
Electric LlRht Baths.
DEKl'M TREATMENT ROOMS. DEKUM
bldg. Ladles' hours, 0 to 3; gents', 3:30 to 0.
Fence nnd Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson, 280 East Morrison st.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work a
specialty. Calof & Goldenberg. 311 Front.
Hair DreaHlnsr and Mnnicnrlng.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Hnrness and Saddles.
BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale raddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware 72 Front at.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont, Portland. Or.; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated; best references.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N, W.; protects the living; fixed pay
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends." J. L.
Mitchell, Sup. Sec'y. 012-015 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd.c Arnold. General Agents.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber, etc.
L. Shank & Co.. 312 Front. Phone South 001.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen. 29-35 First st.
Marble nnd Grnnltc Works.
MARBLE AND GRANITE; MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See us, and save money.
Weeks. 720 Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 208 1st.
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS; TUR
and vapor baths, massage, electricity. 1314
Fourth st. Phone Red 421.
PAOLA VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY
lady from Now York. 1S9& Third, room 7.
T. J. GEISLER, 814-818 CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc
WM. PREHN, SHOP 129 E. WATER ST..
over Columbia Engineering Works.
Portland Riding; CInhs.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED SPE
claltst, has opened up his office at 347 Front,
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, specialist in nervous and
chronic diseases, suite 410 Dekum bldg., 3d
and Wash. Examinations free Tel. Main 340.
MRS. EMMA KONRAD PALACIOS TEACHES
the only correct Munich method of zither In
the city. 410 Salmon sL
COLUMBIA AND GUITAR - ZITHER LES
sons; music tuning, strings, repairing. 54
Sixth, cor. Pine.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st
LESSONS FREE WITH ALL INSTRU
ments. Fisher Music Co., 5-1 Sixth st.
Orcgoa Vlnvl Co.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
Larsen. the palmist and occult student, will
give scientific readings, according to methods
of palmistry; readings, 50c Last week per
manently In the city. Room 210 Allsky bidg.
CHEIROMA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
gives scientific life readings, past and future
Parlors 25 Raleigh bldg.. Sixth and Wash.
Miss A M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
psychic, reads past, present, future. 309 1st.
MRS. L. BURHANS. scientific palmist, room
50 Locus blbck. Grand ave and East Wash.
Showonsc.i nnd Store FIxtnres.
R. LUTKE & CO., SUCCESSORS TO DIXON,
Borgcson & Co.. Front and Washington sts.
Physicians and Snrj-conx.
DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 13
years' experience In diseases of women; lat
est Improved method In the treatment of all
female troubles; patients treated successfully
by mall. Office 181 First st.
Dr. Flora A. Erown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free 517-518 The Dekum. Portland. Or.
DR JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both nsw and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repairs. J. E. Davis. 00 Third.
MDME. DE'ODD. TRANCE MEDIUM: SHE
asks no questions, tells your name, friends.'
and enemies' names: locates lost or hidden
treasures, causes speedy marriages, brings
the separated together, locates mines In a
word, whatever your, troubles, hopes, fears
or desires, call on her; she will give advice
on all matters of buslr.ess; all business pri
vate' and confidential; Independent "slate-wrlt-,ing
and materializing by appointment. Hours
10 to ). Parlors, 3flnt Washington. Fres
reading for this "ad" between 10-11 A. M.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant anil psychic life render; consult her on
business affairs, Ioe troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; readings dally, 30c and
up. 107ij First St., office 7. Consult the best.
MME. ADWARD. THE SPIRITUALIST ME
dlum. gives truthful advice on business. law
suits, love and matrimony; speedy marriage
to the one of your choice. Manhattan Court,
parlor 203, 311'i Stark st.
MRS. B. REY'NOLDS. THE WELL-KNOWN
medium. Is now located In room 213 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison sts. Readings
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 076.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bickers storehouse. 31 North Front.
New Turkish bath parlors; modern appliances;
gents only. 525 Chamber Com.. J. F. King.
Turkish baths; new management; open all
night. No charge for beds. Oregonlan bldg.
Tents nnd Awnings.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS,
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1301.
Tinning: nnd Roofinjr.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE
palrinsr. Schulze Bros., 103 Grand ave.
ALLEN St LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts., Portland. Or.
FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandlse and business of the late Geo. -W.
Feornslde, at Nebalem, Tillamook County,
Or. For particulars addrcssi E. M. Phlle
baum. administrator. P. O. drawer 50, Port
ALL ROOMING - HOUSES. GROCERY
stores. SALOONS. CIGAR or CANDY stores,
country HOTELS or merchandise In fact,
everything that Is for sale, is listed- with us.
JENNINGS & CO 309 MORRISON ST.
WHAT HAVE Y'OU TO TRADE FOR 12 LOTS
In Cormodes & Adlsts First Addition to
Klrklands. in Seattle. Wash? Address P. O.
box 114, La Grande, Or.
WANTED ANY ONE HAVING SMALL CAP-
hazard, no experience necessary. Address G?
42, care Oregonlan.
Sale $200- groceries; $1000 dry goods, $300
hardware" stocks; good location, paying; part
time; cheap rents. By owner, box 3221. city.
WANTED PARTNER AVITH $300 TO TAKE
half Interest in substantial, paying business
Address O 43, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO BUY A GENERAL MER
chandlae store In a gcod country town. Ad
dress V 39. Oregonlan.
A GROCERY STORE. STOCK AND Fix
tures for sale cheap; will Invoice. Call 390
GOOD-PATINO LIVERY STABLE IN VAL
ley town; trade for farm. 220 Ablngton
For Sale My milling, feed, commission and
grocery business; cheap. O. R. Addlton. city.
FOlf SALE LODGING-HOUSE. 20 ROOMS;
snap. Call 215 Commercial block.
HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. INQUIRE O.
P McLauehlln. Sheridan. Or.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST LADY'S PURSE. CONTAINING A
small amount of money and two keys. Re
turn to 212- Morrison. Reward.
LOST SMALL GOLD HEART, WITH DIA
mond setting and monogram on same. Re
turn to OngonlaA. Reward.
LOST GOLD LOCKET. CONTAINING- Pic
ture and Inscription in ' Norwegian. Return
540 Grand ave. Reward.
LOST PURSE CONTAINING MONEY-AND
lady's Multnomah Clbb receipt. Return to
304 Alder st. Reward.
LOST BLACK AND WHITE ENGLISH SET
ter dog. Return 147 13th. and receive re
ward, if. Abraham.
LOST A BLACK COCKER SPANIEL: Li
cense tax S77. Tlease return to 15 North
Third st. Reward.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD ST.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS... .Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier G. E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit Issued, available la Europe
and the llastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago, St. Louis, St
Paul, Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Christian's, Stockholm. St. Petersburg, Mos
cow, Zurich, Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S39.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on .favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available In
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago, St,
Louis. Denver, Omaha, Spn Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CA.SH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.... $8,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING ...MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters ot Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM -Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
In all parts.oi the world.-. . -. --.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office. 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and issues
letters ot credit available for travelers and the
purchase ot merchandise In any city of the
world. D-als In foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposit
W. A. MACRAE, Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK -
CORNER THIRD. AND OAK STS.,
PORTLAND. OR." .
J. C. AINSWORTH j .... President
PERCY T. MORGAN Vice-President
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Intcrst paid on time deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE fNlTED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Ifued available In all cities ot tho
United States and Europe.
President TYLER AVOODWARD
A'lce-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER