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THE MOttXIXO OKFOOXIAX. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 1901.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Feb. 27. S -P. M. Maximum
temperature, 50; minimum temperature. 50;
river reading at 11 A M.. 11.5 feet; change In
the past 24 hour. 1.4 feet; total precipitation.
r r. ii- to 5 P. si.. 0.15 inch; total precipita
tion since Sept. 1. 1000. 30.50 Inches; normal
precipitation since Sept. 1, 1000. 32.41 Inches;.
v, pendency. 1.91 Inches; total sunshine Feb. 20,
,:00; possible sunshine" Feb. 20, 10:54.
An area of high pressure, of conslderab
magnitude has moved In from the ocean, andf
this evening occupies the Great Salt "Lake'
basin. Tho pressure Is lowest over British Co--'
lumbla. Light to moderatelj heavy rains hav&.
fallen in the North Pacific States. Northern
California and Northern Nevada. The Indica
tions are for occasional rain In this district
Thursday west of the Cascades, and generally
fair weather east of them. Cooler weather la
expected to be felt over all sections of the
Pacific Northwest Thursday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S houra
ending at midnight Thursday, February 28:
Portland and vicinity Occasional showers;
cooler: southerly winds.
"Western Oregon and AVertem "Washington
Occasional rain; cooler; fresh south to west
Eastern Oregon. Eastern Washington and
Idaho Generally fair weather; cooler; variable
winds. A.B. WOLLABER,
Acting Forecast Official.
Chlcnuo Street Railvrax Deal.
CHICAGO. Feb. 27. Charles T. Terkes
today stepped down and out of the con
trolling ownership and management of
the Northwestern Elevated, the Lake
Street Elevated and the Union Loop Com
panies, transferring his Interests to East
ern capitalists. At the same time steps
were taken looking toward the consolida
tion under one management of all the ele
vated traction systems in Chicago.
AUCTION SALES TODAY'.
At residence. 142 North 15th. between Hoyt
and Irving. 10 A. M. S. L. N. Gllman. auc
tioneer. At Central Auction Rooms, cor. Alder and
Park. Sale at 10 A. M- Geo. Baker & Co..
r Ai. X?.. Mo""ln st.. at 10 A. M. sharp.
J. T. AUlson. auctioneer.
tvJSH!S, ,OF PYTHIAS. AMERICUS
LODGE. NO. 1. Meets every Thursday even
ing at S o clock. Auditorium Hall. Fraternal
inXl?l!?ns "tended. J. H. MISENER. C. C.
ED C. CURTIS. IC R. S.
OREGON COMMANDERY. NO.
1. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Stated
conclave this evening at 7:30
CHARLES HUSSEY. Rec
Headquarters Geo. Wright Post.
G. A. R.. Portland. Or., Feb. 20,
1001. Comrades: There will be an
important matter of business come
up in Geo. Wright Post, March 1,
1001. You are especially requested
to be present at that time.
D. K- ILIFF, Adjt.
W. O. W. Members of Webfoot Camp. No.
C5, ar requested to meet tonight at the corner
of First and Washington, at 8 o'clock sharp,
to take cars for Upper AlMna. to pay a fra
ternal visit to AlblnaCamp. By order of tfte
Consul Commander. A. L. FINLEY, Clerk.
PORTLAND TENT. NO. 1. IC O. T. M..
nlll hold short session this evening, after
which an entertainment will be given. Mem
bers of the order, their families and friends
cordially Invited. Fine programme.
J. E. WERLEIN. Sir Knight Com.
Attest; W. A. CLARKE. Record Keeper.
GILLILAND At the family residence, in this
city. 140 North 17th st,. Feb. 20. 1001. Mrs.
Mattle E. Gllllland. aged 40 years. Funeral
Thursday, 2 P. M. Services at the grave
LESH William Lsh, at his home. New Ber
lin. O.. Feb. 27. 1001. aged 87 years. 2
months And 25 days. A wife, two sons and
two daughters survive him D. W. Lesh and
Mrs. J. W. Schick, of New Berlin, O.. and
Mrs. Dllla Warstler, of Canton. O., and W.
H. Lesh. of this city.
MATTHEW At Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 24,
Sarah Matthew, of Portland, beloved mother
of Mrs. C- J. Groat. Mra W. ,M. Do Wn.
Mrs. W. D. Sharp and Mrs. A. M. LUwiby,
MASTICK At Alameda. CaL. Feb. 20. 1001,
Mrs. L. M. W. Mastlck. wife of the late E.
B. Mastick and mother of Chas. L. Mastlck.
KAISER In this city. Feb. 27. 100L John
Jacob Kaiser, aged 58 years. Funeral will
take place Sunday at 3:30 P. M- from F. S.
Dunnlng's undertaking parlors, 414 East Al
der st. Friends Invited. Services at the
SEIBERT At the family residence. In this
city, 103D Belmont St.. Feb. 20. l01. Sarah
F . wife of John Selbert. aged 53 years. 9
months and C days. Funeral from the resi
dence today at 2 P. M. Friends Invited to
EDWARD HOLM AX. Undcrtnker.dth
ami Ynmhlll sts. Rcnn Stlnson. lady
assistant. Both phones No. COT.
Flnlcy, Kimball fc Co.. Undertaker.
Lady nsslstant. 75 Third nt. Tel. 1).
F. S. Dunning. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Both phones.
FOR RENT STORE ROOM, 23x80. WITH
cement basement, in new modern brick
building. Statk St.. opposite Neuutadter
Rros. Inquire 250 Stark.
And other investment securities for sale.
J. W. Cruthers & Co.. 314 Chamber of Com.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. lnstallmnt
loans. MacMaster & Blrrell. 3H Worcester bile
Pleasant Homes for Sale.
Either of those new and commodious homes
now being finished on Third and College t.
will b -sold on eay terms, by Parrish, Wat
kins i Co, Real Estate, Loan and Insurance
Agents 250 Alder at.
Oregon eggs, 15c doz.; full-weight creamery
butter, a new creamery, 50c; lo lbs. No. 1
small prunes. 25c; 7 lbs. black figs. 25c; 0 lbs.
beans, 25c. Don't forget us on all varieties of
smoked and salted fish.
Oregon Cash Grocery
232 North 14th st-
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce-
START IN RIGHT
Buy your goods for cah. The bottom Is
out. Butter Is cheaper Fine, sweet dairy 2
lbs.. 35c. extra choice creamery, 40c; fancy
creamery, full 2 lbs., 45c and 5oc; ranch but
ter, rolls. 25c and 30c.
Save your money. See the
La Grande Creamery
6 tins Deviled Ham 25c
1-pouna package Cornstarch 5c
2 cans Table Peaches. Pears or Apricots 25c
1 can Table Jtrawberrirs or Raspberries 10c
173 Third St. 7G2 Savler St.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
AN ACRE OF LAND AT AUCTION THE
undersigned, referee, will sell one acre of
land, situated In the Nathan B. Jones dona
tion land claim, at auction to the highest
bidder on Saturday, March 2, 1001. at 10
o clock, at the front door of the Courthouse,
Portland. John P. Rusk. Referee.
52 acres on Base Line rond. OH miles ant
of Willamette River: will sell In 5-acre
tracts; $50 an acre and up. We are Instruct
ed to sell only a few acres at this price.
Grlndstarr & Blaln. ,240 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. Wanh.
$1800 WILL BUY FULL LOT AND 5-ROOM
cottage. 347 Grand ave., near Wcldler. if
GRLNDSTAFF & BLAIN. 240 Stark.
MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEILIG. Mgr.
Friday and Saturday nights, March 1 and 2.
Satutday Matinee at 2. 10.
Friday night and Saturday Matinee. "A
Lady of Quality"; Sat. night. "Carmen-"
Evening prices Lower floor, except last 3
rows. $1.S0; last 3 rows. $1. Balcony, first 3
rows, $i; second 3 row. 75c; last 0 rows, 50c
Gallery. .25c Boxes and loges, .$10.
Matinee .prlct-Lower floor, except last 3
rows. $1; ,"laet 3 row. 75c, Balcony, first O
row. 7BC last 0 rowa, 50c Galley. 25c Boxes
and 1oges. $7.50. '
ONE WEEK. COMMENCING SUNDAY.
One week, commenclnr Sunday. March 3.
Return of the favorites.
MISS JESSIE SHIRLEY AND HER COM
PANY. PRESENTING THREE PLAYS.
Sun., Mon. and Tues "La Belle Marie"
Wed. and Thurs "The Ugly Duckling"
Frl. and Sat "A Woman's Power"
Sat. Matinee, special double bill
"Edltha's Burglar" and "A Woman's Power"
Portland's Down-Town Theater. Third and
Yamhill. Clarance H. Jones Mngr.
! Tonlcht at fi n'rinrk and all week. Saturday
matinee. Ed F. Davis big spectacular,
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
See the Siberian bloodhounds, transformation
seen, steamboat race, the cotton fields, float
ing Ice. jubilee singer, free street parade:
two funny Topsles, 2 lawyer Marks, $5ooO
challenge double orchestra, 40 people- Price
Just the same.
Next attraction "Between Two Hearts."
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOR THIS WEEK.
TRACEY. Champion Welter-Welght of Aus
tralia, and ROSS, of Denver, better known as
the Iron-Jawed Boy. In a Four-Round Sparring
Exhibition. Divine Dodon. Ellsworth Chil
dren. Thatcher and Chenoveth, Miss Louise
Keeslng. the smallest acrobat In the profes
sion. Little Nero; Slg De Caprlo. late baritone
soloist of the famous Italian Marine Band;
Miss Hattle Ward. Mis May Leondor.
Sunday matinee. 2:30 P. SL
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A LARGE LISTX3F FARM AND CITY PROP
erty. business chances, etc See us before
buying. Canadian n-loyment and Real Es
tate Ofllcr. 22Cft Morrison, room IC
17 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND; RUNNING
water, hause, barn, orchard; convenient to
electric car. J. A. Henkle, 220 Ablngton
J. W. OGILBEE. ROOM 11. 145 FIRST ST.
$400 One lot with 4-roomed cottage. In Al
bina Homestead, close to car line; very cheap.
$25 EACH FOR 4 LOTS ON ST. JOHNS
car line, street graded In front of property.
Brown. 302 Washington st.
WASHINGTON AND MORRISON STREETS,
corner Jots for sale. F. V. Andrews & Co.,
"WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED 12 TO 20 ACRES OOOD LAND,
within 3 miles of a live, progressive town;
house and other Improvement thereon, no
objection; terms cash. Address R. Bauer,
452 Fifth St., Portland.
WANTED-SMALL PLACES NEAR PORT
land. from 5 to 20 acres each. Address W. A.
Shaw & Co.. 213 Stark st.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FARM FOR SALE 19 MILES SOUTH OF
Oregon City. 3 miles south of Molalla. known
as the teasel farm, containing 310 acres; 140
clear plow land, 40 In creek bottom, loO up
land, 7 acres orchard; all well watered and
fenced, twth stake and wire fence, and
drained with stone and tile ditches; good
buildings; fO rods from schoolhouse, 115 rod-
from church; good location for taking stock
to mountains. Price $0000. $1000 down, bal
ance to suit at 5 per cent Interest. For par
ticulars apply to A. J. Sawtell, on farm.
PRUNE ORCHARDS. 27 AND 20 ACRES. AL
most adjoining; 32o0 bearing- tret. Italian.
Petite and a lew Silver; some uncultivated
land in both; dwelling, etc; In Red Hills,
near Turner, Marion County; fine view: to be
old Jointly: $240. Adaress H. W. Klrkpat
rlck. care Standard Box Factory Portland.
FOR SALE FINE IMPROVED PLACE 34
miles from Vancouver: 224 acres, all In high
state cultivation; good house. 0 rooms; two
barns, other buildings; nice family orchard;
near school: good well and running stream
on place. $2tuO, It sold quick. J. H. El-
well, Vancouver, v. ash.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 870 ACRE3
for sale, well watered, good soil. 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land, Douglas County. Or ; low price and eay
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francisco, Cat.
240 ACRES. 12 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ORE
gon City, 140 cultivated, good house and out
buildings; good orchard; running water: all
under good fence; price $5owo. $1000 cash,
balance C per cent Interest, io other Clack
amas County farms bargains. Dlmlck &
Eastham. Oregon City. Or.
FOR SALE 100 ACRES. IMPROVED; 30
acres In cultivation, family orchaid. fine
stream running water, good well. Improve
ments fenced, house and barn; only 3 miles
from Vancouver, a snap at '$1000. Address
J. H. Eiwell, Vancouver, Wash.
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 WASII
lngton and Oregon bought at mortgage fore
closure sales, for sale at tio per cent of
actual value, all alzes and kinds. Call at my
law office. OOU Chamber Commerce building,
Geo. W. Hszen.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
m.i-e to suit purchasers. For full particular
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 the
Oregon Iron & Stee.1 Co., 330 Sherlock bldg.
FOR REXT FARMS.
FOR RENT IMPROVED 45-ACRE FARM. 9
miles from Vancouver; over 20 acres in cul
tivation. 4 acres bearing orchard, two-story
house, barn, well and other buildings, all
first clajw, good fence; fine roll. Co year,
cash. Will jwll for $2100. Address J. H. El
well. Vancouver. Wash.
GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE. BATH, PANTRY,
city and well water, blook of land, barn,
fruit, shrubbery, lawn, garden, excellent
schools, handy to business, churches, elec
tric lights; beautiful location, thriving city
on R. R., Western Wai-hlngton; for house
and lot In Portland; would assume small
mortgage Particulars, address box 5C1, As
toria. Or. Give description and location of
BEAUTIFUL 10-ROOM MODERN HOME IN
Sunnyslde. to exchange for home in Spo
GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN. 240 Stark.
MODERN RESIDENCE AND BARN, HIGH
ly Improved. 2-acre lot, lovely home. In Sll
verton. Or.; cost $3300; exchange for Califor
nia property. Box 270, Stlverton. Or.
LIVERY STABLE TO EXCHANGE FOR
suburban property. For particulars address
Q 42, care Oregonlan.
To Exchange Good real estate and ome cash
for furniture. Address M.. Tremont Hotel.
;i3Iiu:r lands for sale.
WILL FURNISH TIMBER. GOVERNMENT
or state scrip, school, deeded, or claim lands,
mill sites, logging, wood and tie chances, or
municipal bonds help you come -tray. Write
us. J. L. Martin & Co.. 001 Oregonlan bldg.
WE BUY AND SELL TIMBEIt IN LARGr
or small tracts and deal In land scrip. Thi
hyndlcate Company. 200 California building.
TIMBER LAND FOR' SALE-320 ACRES, IN
fine location; no agents. Address R 43, care1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Money made In this enterprise. I can give you
a written guarantee against loss In an In
vestment mado In oil stocks. Portland to bo a
big oil center. You can Invest from $10 up.
W. J. Curtis. 214 Commercial Block.
FOR SALE TYPEWRITERS 50 LATEST
model brand-new Manhattans. Almost fafc
simile of No. 0 Remington. Mfgra price $75.
while they last $35 cash takes them; shipped
privilege examination. F. S. "Webster Com
pany, 317 Broadway, N. Y.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines. Singer, Wb.tr:. Nw
Home, and Wheeler & Wilson, at astonish
ing low prices. 335 Morrison st.. Murrain
FOR SALE CHEAP; SAW MIL.L. IN GOOD
order; a. good chance to one who usder-
. Munds the mill business and can run It; loin
of timber W 37. care Orcgonli-n.
RIGHT TO HOMESTEAD . VALUABLE
piece of land rejinq.ulsh.ed by jiiesent .ocu
pant and Improvements for sale ur trade. Ad
dress F 42, care Oxonian.
.FOR SALE-ONE GOOD DELIVERY AVAO-
- on. one single buggy, one set harness. Ai
rily ISO Lowrisdale st.. between Yamhill and
TYPEtt BITERS. ALL MAKEb. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing, utfice supplies.
etc Coast Agency Co.. '-uOi, Stark st.
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnace slab. Hoover, 313 Water st.
Phones Oregon South C51; Columbia S3.
FOR SALE HAND -MADE WAGON, AS
good as new, capacity ;.SoO pound?. Apply
235 First, cor. Main.
GOOD MILCH COW AND STEER FOR SALE.
Apply 180 Lownsdale st., between Yamhill
FOR REST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison ".
Magic lanterns, new, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard it Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
New upright piano $1S3. cost $400; must sell;
Kimball 440, organ $25. Upstairs. 104ft 1st.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESB. 25
Work hors-s. 211 Washington. 304 Front.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
YOUNG. FRESH MILCH COW FOR SALE.
Inquire at 3S1 East Pine.
Tine Knabe piano for sale -or rent; In flrst
clns condition. Addre F 37. Oregonlan.
MEN WANTED FOR THE U. S. NAVY
Seamen, age 21 to 35. $21 a month; ordinary
seamen, age lb to ..u -. , aiuaciiicr. tnird
class, age 15 to 17. $0; shipwrights, age 21
to 35. $35; blacksmiths, age 21 to 35. $5o;
plumbers and fitters, age 2i to 35. $i. ma
chinists, first class, age 21 to 35, $55, ma
chinists, second class, age 21 to 35. $40; elec
tricians, second class, age 21 to 35. $40;
electricians, third class, age 21 to 35, $30;
Uollei makers, age 21 to 35. $00, firemen, first
class, age 21 to 35, $-5; firemen, second
class, age 21 to -5. fM; coal paesers, age -!1
to 35. $22. No one entisted between ages 17
to 18. Candidates must puss a physical ex
amination snowing them to b? free from dis
qualifying cilmtius. And. except apprentice,
an examination showing them to be qualltled
for their ratings; apprentices, the physical
examination only. Tne term of enlistment li
four years. A bonus of four months pay and
an addition of $1.30 to the montnly pay for
each re-enlistment within four months on
honorable discharge. Rations, medicln-s and
medical attendance gratis. Privilege of re
tirement on three-quarters pay after 30
years' service. Applicants residing at a dis
tance should always communicate with the
rtatlon for particulars before reporting for
examination. A special circular will be sent
to parents and guardians who may wish to
present boys to enlist as apprentices for
training. Applications should be made to
Commandant. Naval Station. Bremerton.
Washington U. S. S. Nlpslc
S TEAMS, CITY. SCRAPERS. 10 HAULING
gravel, $4; carpenter, city. $2.50; bench
hands, $2.50; 2 men and wives, farms, y3o tu
$35; milker and buttermaker. $30 to $35;
farm hands, $20 unv loggers, $2 up; faller,
$2.75; shoemaker?, factory: woodchoppers.
!Wc; man to contract for 5000 cords wood.
$1; other work. Canadian Agency, 22G4 Mor
rison. Loggers' headquarters.
WANTED FOR U S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35;
cltlzenn of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. Recruits specially de
sired for service In Philippines. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officer, cor. Third
and Stark ts.. Portland. Or.
WANTEDSALESMAN OR SOLICITOR FOR
prmanent position with large and old-established
house; roust be under 45 years, have
an unquestionable proclivity for push and
salesmanship; satisfactory contract to right
man; references, fhowlng character and
sales ability, necessary- D 42, care 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 & goM-payJng position; state experi
ence &K& references. A 42. care Xre'gcnlan.
HOTEL CREW. $T0. $30. $35. $30. LASSNER
and Evans wanted, city Job, $50, Is O. K-;
rest, cook; mlll-yd. help, $1 and bd.; wood
choppers. 80c, rent cabin $1 mo.; man about
place. $20; milker and buttermaker, $3'J.
Drake. 132 First.
BEHNKE-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
we teach the barber trade In 8 weeks, saving
2 years. Mall-d free. Molers Barber Col
lege. San Francisco. CaL
WANTED ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER AND
bill clerk. Address L 43. care Oregonlan,
giving references, salary expected.
H. HIGLEY'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 140J4
First 5 waitresses. 2 chambermaids, 1 sec
ond girl, 2 cooks, 1 talloress.
H. HIGLEY'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 140t
First 2 scow men, 5 land clearers, 2 books,
1 chafer, 1 faller. 1 tailor.
FOUR MORE CREW MANAGERS; ALSO
good agents. Golden West Mfg. Co., 30S
Washington St., Portland.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks Registration Bureau, room 1.
270V4 Washington st.
Acme Employment Bureau. 24514 Morrison.
Bee billboard for places. Both phones.
IIKLP AVANTED FEMALE.
1 WAITRESS. 1 CHBD., TOGETHER, $15
ea.: domestic, city, out: one for down
h river; also waitress; for city, domestics.
cooks, :nu girl, Japs, Chinese wanted. Drake,
HOTEL WAITRESS AND CHAMBERMAID,
country: 2 waitresses. The Dalles; housekeep
ers; second girls; cooks; housework, city and
country. Canadian Parlors. 22CVi Morrison. .
GIRL TO COOK AND GENERAL HOUSE
work in small family; good wages. Take "S"
car south to Abernethy, 1114 Abernethy st.
WANTED A TEACHRR ON MANDOLIN;
must not be over 50c per leswn; at house.
10S Fremont st,. Multnomah. Alblna.
WANTED AN INTELLIGENT WOMAN OF
business tact, with ambition, to better her
condition. O 45. care Oregonlan.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work and shewing. Apply In morning.
332 10th, cor. Market.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
.housework, small family; good wages. Ap
ply 723 Gliean st.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework for small family. Apply 107 22d
WANTED LADIES THAT CAN SEW BY
hand, at Pallay Bros., 170 Second, cor.
Accordion plaiting: reduced prices. Mm. Kel
logg's School of Dressmaking. 14 Lewis bldg.
Acme Emp. Buroau, 245V4 Morrison, wants 3
cooks. 3 waiters. 2 dlrhwashers, 7 house girls.
WANTED GIRL TO FEW. MEREDITH'S
umbrella store. Sixth and Washington.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Inquire 170 Glbbs st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING. SMALL
family. 215 Nerth 22d st.
AVANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework. 500 Hoyt st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 201
SITUATIONS AVANTED .1IALB.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
WANTED BV EXPERIENCED MAN. Posi
tion In hotel; no man can give better refer
ences. C 41. care Oregonlan.
WANTED-SITUATION. BY AN Al BOOK
keeper of four years' experience. Address T
TO EMPLOYERS WHY ADVERTISE FOR
help when you can go to Clerks' Registration
Bureau and select Just such help as you want
with the best of city references, either mala
or female, free of cost? Call and be con
vinced. Office 270k Washington at-, room 1.
Phone Oak 481.
A YOUNG MAN.- WITH .CONSIDERABLE
experience In the grocery business, wants a.
position, either insid: or outside. Address II
45, care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
in family, help rooking and do housework.
S 45. care Orescnlnn.
SITLATIONS WANTED KtlULK.
A GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO DO
cooking and general housework. Call at 304
Fourth at., cor. Hairtson. upstairs.
WANT A POSITION TO DO" HOUSEWORK
and laundering, by the day. Address 140U
GIRL WANTS LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN
small family; no children. Call at Slti Vaughn
GIRL WISHES PLACE TO DO HOUSB
work; good plain cock- 575 Lovejoy St.
WANTED A POSITION. BY A GERMAN
giri. to do second work. 302 Front st.
AN INTELLIGENT WOMAN. 30 YEARS
old. with C-year-oM daughter, experienced In
hotel work and housekeeping, capable of
managing many servant, rooming-house, ho
tel, or gentlemen's home. Address Mrs. G.
Brown. 254 12th. city.
WANTED SITUATION. BY STENOGRA
pher and typewriter: small wageji for begin
ning. J 43. Oregonlan.
WANTED -1U .r,.T.
WANTED A YOUNG GENTLEMAN DE
sires board and room In private family.
West Side; boarding-houses, don't answer.
Address N 45, care Oregonlan.
WANTED-BY RELIABLE PARTT. 5 OK C
room cottage; must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price. F U", care Orefonlan.
HOUSE OF FROM 14 TO 20 ROOMS. CEN
trally located. Address 1. O. box Via. city.
FURNISHED COTTAGE OR iTLAT. 6 OR 0
rooms. H 43, Oregonlan.
HIGHEST PRICER PAID FOR MEN'S CArfT.
off clolhlcx na shoes. 'J2 North -3d. ftiim
itood 517. Oraers i-rompuv attended tu
PAP.TIES HAVING CITY AND SUBURBAN
property for sale will do well to list It with
V. A. Shaw & Co.. 23 Btark at. -
second-hand furniture, stares, etc Kutner A
Co.. 32 N Third urrgnn phone C.y fiSS.
THE SPALDING. S. E COR. PARK AND
Alder sta., under the management of tho
owner. Helen K. apaldlng The most complete
apartment-house In the Northwest; chole
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wlfu;
turnithfd housekeeping suites . specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 283 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, singlo or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
Under entirely new management.
Elegantly furnished rooms, transients.
lOS'.j Fourth, bet. Washington and Stark.
THE MANHATTAN-COURT NEW BUILD
lng. new furniture, the leading houpe; Is
now ready for renting rooms, oil-it Stark,
near Sixth st.
A NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI
vate home; gas, good heat, etc.; within four
blocks of Washington and 10th. L 45, Ore
gonlan. THE NEWCASTLE. 5. E. COR." THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished: all modern conveniences; references.
The La Porte. 170H Third, cor. Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms, $1.25 per .week up;
transient. 35c day up: transient solicited.'
SUNNY FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE
for two gentlemen: alo hall bedroom, $5 per
month. 2S3ij Washington.
FURNISHED SINGLE AND LARGE'FRONT
rooms at low prices; transient Mliclted.
320J4 Front, cor. Clay.
NICELY FURNIBHED ROOMS, SINGLE AND
en suite. First National Bank bulldlns.' First
and Washington sts.
THE "GRAND" DESIRABLE ROOMS;
steam heat, baths, electric llgau. -331 -Yamhill.
201 14TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Desirable location. Phone West 1443.
R. obq With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 13TH TEAR:
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; hm
cf library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E.- C. George, super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
HANDSOME. SUNNY ROOM; ALSO ROOM
for gentleman; fine location; home cooking;
good service: central; reasonable. 476 Wash
ington, cor. 14th.
COMFORTABLE ROOM. WITH GOOD
board; central. East Portland; easy walking
distance; $17.50. K 45, cara Oregonlan.
THE COLONIAL. 105 10TH STREET ONE
suite, second floor, front; alio single room;
table and service first c!as.
300 ALDER STREET NICEST FURNISHED
front room, with electric light and tele
phone; board if desired.
conveniences and bes
ling. 535 Couch.
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD: GAS.
bath and telephone; good location. 533 East
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH BOARD; USE
phone and bath. 131 10th. near corner of
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD.
In private family. 03 10th. near Stark.
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH GOOD BOARD;
reasonable. 321 Sixth st-. cor. Clay.
3S JEFFERSON FINELY FURNISHED;
large suite of front rooms and alcove, com
plete for housekeeping; hot and cold water,
ga.. bath, telephone; central location; refer
ences. TWO PLEASANT UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, to parties without children:
one a large bny-wlndow room, fronting on
Washington; reference. 440 Wanhlngton.
FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN
suite, for houekeep!ng or transient; fine
brick block: bath, etc 23U'? Russell 'st.
372 FIRST ST. THREE OR FOUR FUR
nlhed bay-window housekeeping roomn; very
reasonable; respectable; people only.
HOUSEKEEPING: THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms, ground floor; , two furnished front
sulte, jtecond floor. 32otj Front.
A'ERY DESIRABLE SUITE OF THREE FUR
nlshed rooms; telephone! bath, gas range;
conveniently located. 215 loth.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; fine location; rent reasonable- 'For
particulars Inquire 334 Hall st.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; fine location: rnt reasonable. For
particulars Inquire 334 Hall st.
HOUSEKEEPING: 2 FURNISHED FRONT
pulles. first floor; 3 unfurnished rooms.
ground floor. 3204 Front.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; closeti. water nnd sink; no
children. 4SS Everett.
FURNISHED R0O5IS; ALSO A SMALL
kitchen; no children. The Bonlta, t3 Sev
enth, near Stark.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
$10 per month: no children. 15 North Uih
St., CQr. Bumslde.
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms; reasonable. 123 11th at., cor.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
sink and water, $12. 21 North Ninth Bt., cor.
253 SIXTIL COR. MADISON FURNISHED
howekeeplng rooms; all conveniences; best
NICE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING OR
single rooms. 2I1H Second at,, cor.. Salmon.
TWO FLATS IN THE SEA'ILLA WILL BE
vacant Jrt of March. Inquire 210 Third at,
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
references required. 255 12th st.
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms; bath. 405 10th st.
TWO NICELY' FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms. 2CS Jefferson.
THE ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR OF 0" ROOMS,
unfurnished, for rent, 23 North Seventh st.
t!0 PER MONTH; A NICE. CLEAN. MOD
ern 0-rcom flat: bathroom, pantry, wood
shed, porsh; nice view.- 1'iImVs- Hood st.
FOR RENT A O-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER
Ea:t 12th and East Oak. Apply 173 Third st.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. IN
qutr 345 Oak tU. A. Beck.
FOR RENT A COMPLETELY FURNISHED
suburban residence; large grounds; to re
sponsible parties. Address J 45, care Orego
nlan. $10 PER MONTH. 5-ROOM COTTAGE. FUR
nlshed complite for housekeeping. luS Pen
noyer ft., near Hood.
TOR RENT BAKERY. IN GOOD LOCA
tlon; will put in good reralr; llvlnsr rooms
above.' Inquire 124 Fifth st.
STORE FOR RENT ON WASHINGTON ST.,
between Fourth and Fifth; cheap rental.
GERMAN SHIP MAI.IE HACKFELD. CAP
taln Wlehrmann. from Honolulu Neither the
captain nor the undersigned cutnignct of
the above-named vessel will be responsible
for any debts that may be contracted by trie
crew. Taylor, leung & Co., Agents. Port
land, Or., I eb. 25, luOl.
GERMAN SHIP BRUN'SIIAUSEN. CAPTAIN
Keppler Neither the master nor the under
fftgntd will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew of the kbove-nametl Ves
sel at this port. The Portland Flouring Mills
BRITISH SHIP COLONY. CAPT. HUGHES
Neither the mat.r nor the undersigned will
be re.;unsible for any debts contracted by
the crew of the above-named vessel at this
poit. The Portland Flouring Mliia Co, Con
signees. PropiiMiIn Incited.
PROPObALrf KOlt BUILDING MATERIALS
U. S. Indian Srnool Service. Chein.twa. Or..
Feb. 11. 1001. Sealed jroporau, indorsed
"Proposals for building mutenaU." and ad
dress d to the undersigned, at CheinaK, ur.,
wll! be received -U thU school until 2 o'clock
P. M. of March & RiDL for furnishing and
delivering at the school, as may be requirJ
during tne current fiscal year, about 45,000
feet of fir, cedir. redwood, anh anr maple
lurr.br. 15U0 fenee posts, 21,000 cedar shingles
and 1340 feet of scrteu wire, a tull lift end
description of which may be obtained at the
school. Bidders tv 111 stale jpecifieally the
price of each article to be offered under con
tract. All material so offered will be sub
ject to a rigid Inspection. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or jdraft
upon some United States depositor) or solvent
National bank, made payable to the ordr of
the Commissioner of Indian AfTalrs. for at
least 5 per cent of the amount of the propo
sal, said check or draR to be forfeited to
the United States In case any bidder or bid
ders receiving an award should fall to
-promptly execute a satisfactory contract; oth
erwise to be returned to the bidder. Bid
accompanied by cosh Jn lieu of certified
check will not be considered. For furthur In
formation apply to THOMAS W. POTTER.
PROPOSALS FOR FRE3H BEEF VANCOUV
er Barracks, Wash.. Feb. 20. 19J1. Sealed
proposals for furnishing and delivering fresh
beef at Forta Davis (Nome). Egbert. Ulbbon.
Llscum (Valdez). and SL Michael, and camp3
at Ramrart City and Shagway. Alaska, tor
12 months, beginning July 1. lOdl, will be
received here until 11 A. M. March 28, .1901.
and then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing projjosals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for tresh beef."
and addressed to MAJOR JAMES N. ALLI
SON. Chief Commiwary.
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 tha
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 & Compdn.
Limited, of Vancouver, B. C Dated this
25th day of January. 1001. George De La
Pocr Reresford. By Davis. Marshall & Mac-
nelll. h! Solicitors.
C. Gee-No, great Chinese doctor, successfull)
treats catarrh, lungi, itomoh lier, kldne),
female -troubles, and all prlvnte diseases witu
-powerful,- harmless Chinese roots, herbs,
barns, etc., that are unknown lo medical sci
ence In United States. Consultation free,
entries -reasonable send stamp- tor symp
tom blank. Address 13i? 3d si., forttand. ur.
3 women wanted irregular, pain-
tul or stoppage.!, leucorrhoea twnilesj and Ml
diseases pertaining to change of life, cured
by old Dr. Kesler. 2J0V, Yamhill L, Port
land, Or. Private waltlug-room for ladies.
Consultation tree. Call or write. Inclose 10
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT: ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps jour clothing cleaned and
Ktssed. buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
-ompi calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
THE STAR HAIR REMEDY is guaranteed to
restore gray hale to natural color without
dye; promote the growth, cure dandruff. W.
F. Hanebout, th: well-known hairdresser and
wlgmaker. 30S Washington st.. sole agent.
THE PORTLAND CLUB.. INC , A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fifth st- and 2U1"4 Alder. The earn In con
nection cairies the best lino of liquors and
cigars thu world produces.
MANLT VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment.
$2: 3 months. J5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Wocdaid & Clarke. Portland.
DARLING SANITARIUM. Mt. 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 euro you. Call,
wrlto or phone L. T. Lewis, Agt.. 13oVi Oth.
WANTED ACQUAINTANCE OF JEWISH
ladies or ladies without religion; object
stated later. Address X 37, caro Oregonlan.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell'j
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St., bet. 1st and 2d.
AVe print your name on 30 calling cards, proper
size and -style. 25c. 250 business cards. $L
Brown & Schmale. 220 1st St.. Portland. Or.
FURS REMODELED AT HALF PRICE. G.
Konlssberg. 210 Allsky bldg. Furs bought.
DR. SPRINGSTEEN'S Mountain Rose treat
ments; consultation free. 310 Allsky bldg.
Uncle Henry, 43 N. Third, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains In unredeemed pledges.
MRS. DR. McCOT. electric treatments. 133&
First st.. cor. Alder, rooms 33 and 30.
MARRIED? If not. why not? Matrimonial pa
per. 10c. Lock-box 000, Portland, Or.
CENTURA DICTIONARY". $35. AT THE OLD
Book Store. 220 Yamhill street.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property in Oregon and Washington at lowest
rutes. Real estate bought and sold. AVestern
Invostm't k Loan Co., rm. 10, 245i Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, peisonal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallet!, 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant b5u.
LOANS. IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
claeses of security. It. I. Eckerton it Co.,
room 5 Wachlnzion bldg. Phone Clay JJ33.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. FIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. V. Klnrf.
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 41.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS. REAL
estate and all kinds of securities. 12S 3d st,,
C H. Thompson- Cut-Hate Ticket Office.
$5 AND UP, IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
'kinds of security. W. A. Hathawa;', room 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 413. '
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES;NO
'cbmmlSElons. and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 002 Commercial blk.
$2O!.00rt TO LOAN AT S4. G. 7 1ER (?ENT.
City and suburban property for sle and rent.
AVni. G. Beck. 321 Morrison street.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT, ON
city property and Improved A'alley farms.
AV. A. Shaw &. Co.. 243 Stark street.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other -rood securities. AV. II.
Nunn. 552 Shrlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. AYm. Holl. room u AVamJlnglon lildg.
LOANS on chattels. alarls, etc.. low rate.
See us flrrt. Mann & Co., 004 Dckum bldg.
MONEY" TO LOAN'. U per cent, farm or city
. property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY'TO LOAN. AND 7 PER CENT! ON
real estate. Plympton, 291" Morrison ot.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR
women has no equal. 417 Mar-quasi building-
Accordion and Knife I lent Ins.
Alo binding furnished and sklrt. rebound. $1.
Mls Gould. Ml Marqunm building.
Go. T. Murton. 307 Chamber of Com. Phone
Brown 45J. Accounts examined, books kept.
A.isnycm and Annlyats.
J. H. FISIC. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold dust bougnt. 2044 Washington.
PAUL 1JAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST,
gold dust bought. 2234 Stark st.
DR. BENJAMIN, astrologlst and phrenologist,
located 203U First st. Phone Clay 542.
J. W. RANSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
cnunelor. Bates Bank b'dg.. Portland. Or.
Ralibitt Metal and Solder.
W. W. Blaney. mfr., 100 N. 10th. Portland;
best quality: lowest prlce3. Tel. South 111.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and Btationer. 133-35 3d at.
Carpenters and HallderK.
RHODES & BUCKNEft. BUILDERS- JOB
bers. store, fitters. Phone Black 014. 330 Stark
J. A. MELTON. JOBBING. CABINET WORK,
store fixtures. 307 Stark. Both phones.
Geo. Gardner, carpenter and builder, general
Jobbing. 223 Second. Phone Main 3S0.
Chiropodist!- and Mnnlcnrlng.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg.. 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone Grant lit.
Mme. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific re
vealer: tells entire life, pat. present and fu
ture; consultation on all a flairs; nothing ex
cepted: names given; good adv!c; sure hI;;
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 3t"l AWer.
A'ULCAN COAL Co.. dealers In nous", steam
and bl.tcksmtth coals. Also foundry coke.
Front St., near Glban. Ore. tel. Rod 17tW.
HERMAN MET7.GER. PURCHASER OF
bides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, eld
rubber nnd old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st.. near Main, Port
land. Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG A CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock bids..
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
' duce merchants. Front & D ti.. Portland. Or.
EA'ERDING Xz FARRELL. commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES. ROOFING.
Royal furnaces. Tllton & Gerspach. 200 4th.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALA'ANIZED IRON
cornlcos. J. C. Bayer. 205 Second st.
MISSES MATTINGLY. ACADEMY OF DANC
Ing. SCO South 14th. Class or private lesons.
Dr. Stryker. 141" 1st., cor. Alder. I. O. O. F.
Temple. Phones Oregon Clay 322; Col. 7B5.
T. L. NICKLIN. DENTIST. HOURS 0 TO 4.
303 Dekum building. Thone Giant SOI.
DyeinK nnd Clennlitrr.
II. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cl'aner, 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
AVestern Electric AVorkr; house wiring, br-ll
work, repair, motors, dynamos. 305H Wash.
Electric Llfflit Bath.
DEKUM TREATMENT ROOMS. DEKUM
bldg.. Ladles' hours. 0 to 3; gents'. 3:30 to .
Fence and AVIre AVorka.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
AVorka. A. Carlson. 289 East Morrison st.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work a
specialty. Calof A Goldenbcrg. 311 Front.
Hnlr Dressing nnd Monlcnrlng.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Harness anil Saddles.
BREA'MAN LEATHER CO., AVHOLESALE
raddle aiyl harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE- GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. AVHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front t-
Dr. G. M. KcIWs Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont. Portland. Or.; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated; best references.
Order of AVashlngtcn. 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 & Arnold. General Agents.
Best prlcs paid for Junk, bottles, rubb-r. etc.
L. Shank & Co.. 312 Front. Phone South 001.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamew. motors, eaw
mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen. 20-35 First st.
Marhle and Granite AVorks.
MARBLE AND GRANITB MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See us, and save money.
AVeeks. 720 Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE AVORKS; marble, gran
ite and atone work. Schanen & Neu, 20S l.it.
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS; TUB
and vapor baths, massage, electricity. 131ft
Fourth t. Thane Red 421.
PAOLA A'APOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY
lady from New Y'ork. ltsOifc Third, room 7.
T. J. GEISLER. S14-S1S CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc.
WM. PREHN, SHOP 129 E. WATER ST..
over Columbia Engineering Works.
Portland Rldinjr Clnbs.
LIVELY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's .-addle horses. 354 Jefferson.
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY
royal Pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take
no othr. Send 4c. stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles." In letter by return mall.
Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co..
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED 8PE
clcllst. has opened up his office at 347 FrDnt,
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE &. CO., SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Co.. Front and Washington sts.
MRS. EMMA KONRAD PALACIOS TEACHES
tho only correct Munich method of zither In
the city. 410 Salmon st.
Lessons 30c: piano, guitar, nanjo. mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104U 1st
Oregon A'invi Co.
Lewis bid;.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
CHEIROMA, THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
gives scientific life readings, past and future.
Parlor? 25 Halelgh bldg.. Sixth and Wash.
Ml A. M. Stevenson, scientific palmist arid
psychic, reads past, present, future, auflft 1st,
MRS. L. BURHANS. scientific palmist, roam
50 Logus bpct. Grand avc. and East Wash.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, specialist In nervous and
chronic diseases, suite 41G Dekum bldg., 3d
and Wash. Examinations free. Tel. Main 34X
PltyNlcIaixi and Surgeons.
JR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST. 15
years' experience in dlKeuscs of women, lat
est Improved method la the treatment of all
female troubles; patients treated successfully
by mall. Office lblj First st.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
noals tree. 517-51S The Dckum. Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and nkln discuses. Odd Fellows' Temple.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both new and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repairs. J. E. Davis. Co Third.
MDME. DE'ODD. TRANCE MEDIUM; SHE
asks no questions, tells your name, friends"
and enemies" names;- locates lost or hidden
treasurts. cau.es speedy marriages, brings
the separated together. locates mine In a.
wcrd. whatever your troubles, hopes, fears
or desires, call on her; she will give advice
on all matters of business; all business pri
vate nnd confidential; Independent elate-wrlt-lng
and materializing by appointment. Hours
10 to f). Parlors. 3ijii Washington. Free
reading for this "ad" between 10-11 A. M.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant nnd psychic life readef consult her on
bualn5 affairs. love troubles, -absent friends;
good advtea on mines: readings dally, 50c and
up. lGJi- First st.. office 7. Consult the best.
MME. ADWARD. THE SPIRITUALIST ME
dtum. gives truthful advice on business, law
suits, love and matrimony; speedy marriage
to the one of your choice. Manhattan Court,
parlor 203. Sll Stark st.
ill.S. B. REYNOLDS. THE WELL-KNOWN
medium. Is now located In room 213 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison sts. Readings
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Dals. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low, storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention slvtn to country consign
ments. Til. Or. Main 777: Columbia C7G.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blokel's storehouse. 31 North Front,
New Turkish bath parlors; modern appliances;
Knts only. 525 Chamber C.jm.. J. F. King.
Turkish bath.o; new management; open all
night. No charge for beds. Oregonlan bldg.
Terns and Awnings.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS.
rails, awnings 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1501.
Tinninjc "intl Rooilnfr.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE
pntrlng. Schulze Bros.. 103 Grand ave.
ALLEN i LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE UOOD-PAYTNG MANUFACTUR
Imr business; only business of the kind In
city, well Known; good chance for right
parties; owner will lease, buy or trade;
lady or sent, will bell half interest, gocd
reaxon for selling. F 45, core Oregonlan.
FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandlse and business of the late Geo. W.
Ftarnslde, at -Nehaltm. Tillamook County.
Or. For particular.-- addie.vn E. M. Phlle
baum, administrator. P. O. drawer 50. Port
ALL ROOMING - HOUSES. GROCERY
stor. SaLUUNM. CiUAR or CANDY" store.!,
country HOTELS or merchandise In fact,
everything that U for snle. Is listed with us.
JENNINGS .t CO r-oOJi MORRISON ST.
WHAT HAVE Y"OU TO TRADE FOR 12 LOTS
In Corr.todes & AnSsts First Addition to
Klrklnnd.--. In Sennit. Wash? Address P. O.
box 114. La Grande. Or.
FOR SALE A NEWSPAPER AND JOB
pl.mt in a good Eastern Oregon town. In
quire or write Blake-McFall Co., Portland,
FOR SALE ELECTRO-PLATING PLANT,
compl-tc-. with -olutlon. set up ready for
business. 22i;',2 Morrison.
AVANTED TO PURCHASE A DRUG STORE
In country town; state particulars. Address"
M 45. care Oregoman.
A GROCERY STORE. STOCK AND Fix
tures for sale cheap; will invoice. Call 390
HAVE CSH TO INVEST IN SOME GOOD,
paying business In city. Address X Y Z, caro
GOOD-PAY U.'G LIVERY STABLE IN VAL
lev town; trade for farm. 220 Ablngton
For Sale My milling. fe--d, commission and
groQf-ry business; cheap. O. R. Additon. city.
FOR SALE LODGING-HOUSE. 20 ROOMS;
snnp. Call 215 Commercial block.
HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. INQUIRE O.
P. McLaughlin. Sheridan. Or.
LUST AND FOUND.
LOST RED A.N'b GREEN CHANGEABLE
silk umbrella, at Martha Washington party,
Feb. 20. Return to 2i East Nintn st. nortn.
Phone Scott Jfiol. Reward.
LOST BLACK AND WHITE ENGLISH SET
tcr dog. R-turn 147 13th, and receive re
ward. M. Abraham.
PuP.TLA.ND TRUST COMPANY
100 THIRD ST.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency atisiness transacted.
BENJ. 1. CO HE. ITesldent
H. L. PITTOCK, A. a. NICHOLS A'lce-Pres.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GULTRA Secretaries
FlnaT NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository ai.d l-lriaiicial Agent o
the United States.
PreBldant H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier G. E. WITHINGTON
Aitunt Cashier J. W. NEW KIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALA'ORD
Letters of credit issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Cnicngo. St- Louis, St.
Paul, Omaha, San Iranclsco and the principal
point's in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn in. sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
lions Kong. Yokonuma. Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla. Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable term3. .
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S59.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time depoults.
Collections made at all points on favorably
terms. Letters of credit issued available In
Europe and the Ea3tern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago, St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San 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. BANKf-
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $S.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 of Credit Issued,
available In all parts ot the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK AVATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. AV. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit ljsucd. avallablo
In ail parts of 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 of credit available for travelers and tho
purchase of merchandise In any city of the
world. DVals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposits
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts IFU"d available In all oltles of tho
United States and Europe.
Tre-Wrnt , TYLER, WOODWARD
A'tee-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER