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'HR MORNING OREGONIAN, ?ATT7KDY MAY 4, 1901
MARQUAM GRAND-CALVIN HEILIG, Mgr.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May , 7. 8. '
Clyde Fitch's Great Play of. the period of the
Entire, original New Tork Production.
"With Howard Kyle and Company.
Prices Lower floor, except last 3 rows, $1.50;
lost 3 rows, $L Balcony, first S rows. $1:
second 8 rows. 75c: last 6 rows. 50c Gallery.
25c Boxes and loges, $10. Seats now selling.
two weeks engagement FLORENCE ROB
ERTS and the Alcazar Stock Company (of San
Francisco). First week, beginning Sunday.
April 28. Sunday. Monday. Tuesday, "Wednes
day, Thursday nights and Saturday Matinee,
the greatest of all dramas,
Friday and Saturday nights, the only true
Usual prices. Second week "Carmen, 'A
Suit -of Sable." "Camllle."
Second and last week, beginning Sunday,
And Belasco &. Thrall's Alcazar Stock Com
pany, of San Francisco.
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday nights. "A
SUIT OF SABLE"
Wednesday and Thursday nights and Satur
da matinee, "CAMILLE."
Friday night, by special request. "SAPHO."
Saturday night "CARMEN."
USUAL PRICES. '
I ' " '
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
HADLEY AND rHEART.
MuIcal Experts and Bell Ringers.
ARNELDO. the Unrivalled Hand Performer.
The only man in the world who can perform
his feat. They are unrivalled.
' THE GILLEN TRIO.
Noelty and Comedy Club Jugglers.
LADSON B. ALSTON.
Dancer and Drum Major.
May Nealson, Leondor, Hattie "Ward, Lucille
Cromwell-Portland fav orjtes.
OF W. All members of Prospect Camp.
No. 140. are requested to .assemble at the W.
O. W. Hall at 1 o'clock P. M. Sunday. May
8, to attend the funeral of our late neighbor.
James S MeHugh. All members of the order
are requested to Join with us.
J. J. JENNINGS, C.
GEO. TV. TABLER, Clerk.
ALBINA LODGE. NO. 101, A. F.
& A. M. Stated communication thli
(Saturdaj) evening at 8 o'clock.
"Work in F. C degree. By order of
TV. M. A. J. HANDLAN, Sec
M. E. B. A., NO. 41. Regular
meeting this evening at 8 o'clock.
Business -of Importance. A full at
J. TV. COLLTER. Sec
GATES May 2, to the wife of James P.
Gates, Forest Grove, a son. Dr. C L. Large
attending. Parents are the best-pleased peo
ple in Washington County.
31EID To the .wife of James S. Reld. of Ta
coma, TVa&h.. a boy. Mother and child doing
McHUGH In this city. May 1, 1001. James S.
McHugh, aged 40 years, at St. Vincent's
Hospital. Remains at the late residence, 410
Washington st. Funeral notice later.
STUART Maj 3, at Good Samaritan Hospital."
of pneumonia, Dai id William Stuart, aged
25 j ears; son of E C and L. H. Stuart, of
Oakland, Or. Funeral notice later.
DIXON At Grant's Pass? May 2. Mrs Re
becca Dixon, aged 55 5 cars; mother of Mrs.
Fred A. Robirison. of this city. '
FRAZER In this city. May 3. 1901. Mrs E.
Frazer. widow of the late John Frascr. No
tice of funeral later. '.
WEBSTER The funeral of Willjam Atkinson
Webster, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Web
ster, will take place today from the home of
' Mrfl. William Atkinson In "Mliwaukle. at J.0
o'clock A. M. Interment in RUenlew Cem
etery. Friends inlted. .
COLLINS In this cltr. May 3. 1001, at her
late residence, 9S5 Minnesota avc, Mrs. Es
ther Collins, aged 07 years, 8 months, 14
days. Funeral Suhday, May' 5, 10 A. M..
fronl-lttte residence. Friend tovjtcd.
EDWARD HOLM AX. Undertaker. -Jth
etna Tamlrill mtn. It en a SUnnon. lndy
amrtmta.aU Both. ?hone.Xo, CQ7.
Lttdr""itant. 1:73 Tlilra kt. Tel. O.
P. S. Dunning:, Undertaker. 414 East
Aider. Lady aKslntrtnt. Both phones.
A carload of Eastern sugar-cured hams; best
brand, 13c, picnic hams, 10c: 10-lb. pall East
ern lard, $1.10; 60-lb pall lard, $4; best
honey-cared bacon. "15c Buy -jour meats at
wholesale prices. See the
La Grande Creamery Co.
Shrimps, 1-pound cans 10c
Shrimpi, 2-pound cwn 20c
2 cans Tabic Peaches 25c
I dcz. Large Alaska Herring I5c
XT3 Thitd St. TS2 Snvler St.
New potatoes. 3c lb : green peas. 5c lb : old
Jmtatoes. $1.25 sack; hams, the best, 13c lb ;
ard, 5-lb. can, 55c; 10-lb. can, $1.C5; in bulk,
30c lb ; good table oranges, 20c dozen; good
"Valley flour. 70c sack; Oregon fresh eggs, 15c
dozen: No. 1 creamery b&tter, 40c square; 11
lbs. good prunes, 25c; li bars of good Savon
soap. 25e; 2 pkgs, Arbuckle's coffee. 25c;
Gunpowder tea, 35c lb.; 2 cans pork and bean";,
15c, 4 lbs. beet dried apples, 25c; pint bottle
catsup, 15e; 3 cans -salmon. 25er 2 cans corn.
15c: 2 big pkgs. mush, 15c; 2 lbs. crackers.
15c; 8-lb. tarton crackers, 20c Even thing
cut for today.
OREQQN CASH GROCERY,
S32 lihTuJforth. fjjdfh phones.
FOR .SALE HEAL ESTATE.
ACRES. SOUTH SLOPE MT. TABOR.
fine house. $1050 Modern G-room house and
full lot. Sunnisidc. $1400300 acres: 7.000.-
000 timber; logging stream and good lmpro c
ments. $476 3-room cottage. Highland, full
lot; on installments. $3000 Webt Side; 0
room house; rented at $.W ppr month. $550
O-room house, on car line, near school. 127is
Fourth St., room 103.
BARGAIN 100 ACRES. TWO MILES TROM
he "business center of Vancouer; house,
barn, small orchard, bearing, 10 acres under
t cultivation; all level land, on main road:
4 price $25 per acre, -cheap at $50 H. F. Bor
den, room 223 Ablngton building.
FOR SALE A MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE,
v,lth bath; on car line; well built, and in
first-claps condition; large basement, nice
J yard, with fruit trees and choice roses. 722
East Ankeny sU. near East 22a.
BEST BUY IN IRVINGTON SIGHTLY LOT.
east front. 31th near Tillamook St., $400.
Choice lot. facing south on Tillamook. $G!5.
All Improvements. See owner, 620 Marquam
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITT PROP
erty. business chances, etc See us oefore
iuylng. Canadian Employment and P.eal Es
tate Office. 2264 Morrison, room 10.
FOR SALE NEW. STRICTLY MODERN S
room house, with barn: cost $5500: fine river
view; close in: leaving city; no agents. Ad
dress Owner, box 3241, Station B.
$2 50 PER ACRE: QUARTER SECTION IN
Douglas Counts; 35 acres been cultivated; 5
miles from depot; mall route, school adja
cent. M IS, care Oregonlan.
Beautiful 5-room cottage. McMtllen's Add.;
easy waiting distance; grand buv; easy pa- I
ments. W. H. Tart. 64 Fourth st- I
OWOTrP 1 MAMr T-t-Anvw ....... . . . 1
reasonable; Holladay's Add. U 17, Oregonlan.
100 ACRES. HOUSE. TWO BARNS; S ACRES
cleared. 5100 cash. A. Balmanno. G3 First.
FARMS. HOUSES. LOANS. BUSINESS,
lots. W. Rcldt. Washington block.
' . . -
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
LARGE TRACTS A SPECIALTY; Government
or state crln, school, deeded or claim lands
mill sites, los ng. wood and tie chances,'
cedar piling, municipal bonds. Write for
printed descriptions and plats. J. L. Martin
A Co 001 Oregonlan building. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE-5.000.000 FEET FIR TIMBER.
1G0 acres, two miles from river. Lane Coun
ty. Oregon. 120 .iSth ave. north, Seattle,
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. IN LARGE OR
small tracts. For Tartlculara-lcquira box 6.
Meiforfi. Or. .
FOR SAXE FAH3CS,
STOCK ANP FRUIT RA3SCH OF 8T0 ACRES
for sale; well watered; good soil; 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land, Douglas County, Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Paclflo Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francisco. CaL
GOOD STOCK RANCH OF 1G0 ACRES; 80
acrs fenced, good buildings; this property
Is worth $1000; I will trade for city property
or property near the xlty; or I will sell
cheap ibr-cash. TV. A. Hadden. Eddyvllle.
Lincoln Co.. Or.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties apply to MacMaztcr
& Birrell, 311 Worcester block.
C2 ACRES: 3000 FULL-BEARING PRUNE
trees, Italian."' Petite and a few Silver; in
Bed Hills. 3 miles west ot Turner. Marlon
County; $2900. H. TV, Klrkpatrick, 335 N,
17th st. Portland.
FOR SALE FARMS jlEAR OREGON CITY
and Portland; also In Tualatin Valley; good
farming land, cut up to suit purchasers.
Apply The Oregon Iron & Steel Co., 333 Sher
$20,0001 TVANT A STOCK RANCH; I HAVE
an orange and lemon ranch In Ojai Valley,
Ventura Co., Cal., value $20,000, incumbered
$9000; will exchange equity for stock ranch
or will giv e mortgage back for larger place.
Address W. E. Wilsle, Nordhoft. Cal.
FDR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
60 H.-P. FIRE-BOX BOILER AND F1T
tlngs. complete; good condition; guaranteed
150 pounds cold-water pressure; boiler In
Portland. Apply to A. F. Flegel. room 4
McKay building, Portland. Or.
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnare slab. Hoover. 313 Water t.
Phones Oregon South 631; Columbia 83.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Offioe supplies,
etc Coast Agency Co . 2Ui4 Stark st.
FOR SALE 50 HORSE-POWER TVESTING
houso electric motor, 500 olts. Apply Chlo
peck Fish Co., 144 Front at city.
FOR SALE ANGORA GOATS. BILLYS,
nans and wethers," Address TV. F., box 205,
Oregon -City. - ' A
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND XSH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison u
A CUSTOM SHOEMAKER'S AND REPAIR
ing outfit for sale cheap, at 69 Morrison.
SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, ALL MAKES,
in goqd -repair. $5 up. 128 First, near Wash.
Upright piano $150. cost $400 month ago; one
$40, organ $25. Upstairs, 101 1st, Martin.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS, 25
work horses. 211 Washington. JKK Front.
THOROUGHBRED POINTER PUPS. WITH
fino pedigree, for sale. Call 423 Alder.
FOR -SALE UPRIGHT WEBER PIANO,
coo. is new. Pljmpton, 201V4 Morrison.
SOLID COLD RINGS. $1, GUARANTEED,
Uncle Myers, 143 Third and Alder.
95 VOLUMES OF FEDERAL REPORTS, $200.
The Old Book Store, 229 Yamhill.
6EVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE. IN
quire at 381 East Pine st.
YOU CAN BUY A GOOD SECOND-HAND
organ for 10 cents a day. Come and sea
our bargain corner in second-hand organs'.
You'll -find rxactly what jou want. Eilers
HELP WANTED MALE.
300 MEN AND BOYS, THIN BEETS, E. O .
$1 and $1.25, board, fare paid; hook tenders,
S3 and $4; buckers, $2 50; barkers, $2 25;
falter, $S 50; blacksmith. $2 25; peavey men.
$J; mill and jard men, $1,75; woodchoppers,
$1.10; 2 fluroo men, $2; carpenters, $2 50;
teams, city. $4, laborers, city, $1.75; 3 boys,
factory, city, $2 50 wk.; man and wife,
ranch, E O., $45; farm hands and milkers.
$25; other work, Canadian Agency, 22014
Morrison, Loggers' Headquarters.
SALESMEN A FIRM WITH LONG-ESTAB-llshed
trade with phjelcians will receive ap
pllcallons for vacancy in their corps at trav
eling, men. Permanency. Address P. O. box
S5& Philadelphia. ' ,
SALESMAN WANTED TO CARRY DRY
goods specialties on commission. Good aide
Jine. Country trade prsftyntxd. FciCrRoll
.wann,& Qa, Mters., JU;Chii5tnut Bt.,Phia.
5olSh&.Pa. A '
WANTED ilAN FOR THIS SECTION BY
old house, i solid financial standing; $30 cash
..naldfor tvao 3teks'irlaJi jjermanent If suc
cessful. Manager. 331 Carton bldg,, Chicago,
.WANTED t TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
the wholesale and retail trade only; salary
$iikj ana expenses. The National, xoz cax
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL LIFE INSUR
. ance. costing only $1 per month for the New
York Mutual Reserve, M. T. Kady, 005 Ore
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN CAR
toonlng, newspaper sketching and magazine
illustrating. Full or spare time, Address F
S, care Oregonlan,
WANTED SEVERAL ItELIABLE YOUNG
men to deliver magazines and collect for
same. Apply to W. F. Brock, Oregonlan
business xiCice. "
WANTED AT .QNOE TWO OR THREE
good stove plate moulders. Appb to Albion
Iron Works Co., Ltd . Victoria, B. C.
HOTEL COOK, $40. FARE HERE; LABOR
crs, Gray's Harbor, $1 and bd.; kitchen help.
Drake, 102 First.
WANTED BRIGHT. ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
for typewriter store. Address M 12, care
WANTED STEADY. STRONG BOY, AGE 10
to IS years. Portland Glove Wrorks,-210 Stark
WANTED TWO BUCKERS, $2 50 PER DAY".
Oregon Emplov ment Agency. 227 Burnslde st.
BOY WANTED, AT BORQUIST & REF
fllng's, 2q1 Washington st.
BARBER WANTED. 313 FIRST ST.
HELP "IVAXTEIS FEMALE".
COOKS, CAMP. BEACH AND CITYt 3
waitresses, country and city; chambermaids,
country and city; laundry help: factory girls;
housework, coast, country and city, Cana
dian Parlors. 2264 Morrison.
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; none but competent cook required;
good salary to satisfactory person. Apply
between hours of 2 and 3 P. M., room 512
STENOGRAPHER FOR TYPEWRITING
and other work In newspaper office; state ex
perience and salary vanted; country raised
preferred. X 14, Oregonlan.
WANTED 50 WOMEN AND GIRLS; GOOD
situations of all kinds; city and country.
St. Louis Employment Office, 23014 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2SS1.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: GOOD HOME TO
reliable girl. Call after 0 A. M., 431 Alder,
between 11th and 12th.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework: good wages. C55 Washing
ton St., cor. Ella.
AVANTED-EXPEKIEXCHD GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework In small family; good wages.
4(5 North 21st st.
GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED, IN
private boarding-house. 83 Fifth, between
S-tork and Oak.
WANTED A GOQD GIRL TO ASSIST IN
general hbusework; small family. 773 Petty
2 H. WAITRESSES (SAME). $15-$20; otters;
5 for city; 50 domestics, ett. Drake. 152
Call, forenoon, 370 Grand ave.
Accordion plaiting: Kellogg.'s School of Dress
making. 34 Lewis bldg. Tel. Black 1825
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. Apply 528 Taj lor 6t.
WANTED GIRL FOR
small family; no washing.
454 Clay fit.
ACME EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 21554 MOR
rison. Help fres to employers. Phones.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOGSE
work. Apply forenoons, 551 Lovejoy-
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: small family. 642 Belmont.
GIRL-rTO WORK IN HOTEL,
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED FINE OPPORTUNITY ..OFFERED
to learn practical Illustrating, newspaper
sketching, etc, full or spare time,. Address
E S, care Oregonlan.
ACTIVE. COMPETENT OFFICE MAN OPEN
.for engagement idth Slay; best t refer,
ences. Business, care P. O, box 300.
JAPANESE. GOOD COOK. TVANTS Posi
tion in any family to -do -cooking and house
work. M 14, care Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE B6Y WANTS TO DO
housework or cooking. - G. 10, care Orego-.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
BY, COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN, AS
nurpe .for sick or housekeeper; good wages.
expected, ouft lamnui. fcqne .uia.cg xoai.
Br GIRL TO WORK TN DRESSMAKING
establishment tor store j experienced in for
mer. Apply 509 Hoyt.
BY RESPECTABLE. HONEST dlRL, TO AS.
sist with general housework. Address S 12,
care Oregonlan, . .
AGENTS TVANTEP FOR, OUR "ECONOMY"
harnew riveter; holds enough rivets to do
several dollars' of repairing, yet sells when
loaded for $1; price Is right; can reload for
7c; agents make $200 per month selling them
to farmers and rig owners; send 1 in stamps
for sample and prices to agents. Foote
Economy Co., Los Angeles, Cal.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR "COMMISSION
The greatest agents' seller ever produced; ev
ery user of pen and ink buys it OR sight;
200 to 500 pet cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to $620 in six days: another 532 in
two hours Monroe Mfg. Co., X 44, La
TVANVED AGENTS FOR THE McKINLBY
aouvenlr button Size 2 inch.; 10 for $1; 3
inch.. 12 for $1; very rich and beautiful. J.
Q. Hiller, Louisville, Ky.
WANTED BOOK AGENTS; ALSO AGENTS
to handle office specialties; large commis
sions. Call 320 Ablngton building, between
0.30 and 11 A M.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
flat, for family of three; must be near post
oltlce; steady tenants. til3 Marquam block.
WAMKU-Bl" JlKLlAlihE i'AKry. S uU 4
room cottage; must bn centrally located. Ai
dreu. stating price. F W. car Oregonlan,
WANTED BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, 5
or C-room furnished cottage, on West dido.
B 10, caro Oregonlan.
WANTED-A FURNISHED COTTAGE OR
flat, close in; steady tenants.. Address U13
WANTED rURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms, or cottage, close in. Addresa i1, o.
box 70?, city.
REQUIRE $1000 TO STOCK MY RANCH
with eheep; will satisfy leaner as to se
curity and Interest. - Address or call 710
Chamber of Commerce.
CASH PAID FOR LAND SCRIPT IN
amounts of 20 acres to ltiv; state amount,
kind and price. Address J. W. Turner, &un
HIGHEST -PRICES PAID FOR ME.Vb CAT
ofC clothing and shoes. 62 North 3d. Phona
,Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc. Kutner &
Co , 32 N. Third, Oregon phone Clay IjSU.
THE SPALDING, S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts , under, the management of the
owner, Helen F. Spalding 'X he most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; choke
rooms, for gentlemen orgentleman und wife;
furnished housekeeping fcilltes a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'8 UNION, I3TH YEAUj
rooms,, with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange, Industrial
school. Address Mrs, C, E. George, superin
tendent, 610 Flanders st, ,
THE PLEASANTON. 2SS THIRD ST,-FJNE
furnished rooms, en au)tq, single or 'House
keeping; fiunllgiu in all rooms; hath Included.
Most reasonable -rternis. (Transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison na. Rooms', "furnished or unfur
nished; jtllj modern eonynlencteay-efereuctfy.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, FIRST-MORRISON
Housekeeping, housekeeping, reasonable. Cen
tral, private; .furnished hbuse for sale or rent.
306 1st ST., NEW HOUSE. BRIGHTEST.
moaf attractive . In city; curpets and (urnt
jure new. lew unlurnlshed. Mrs, &, Carion.
The La Porte, 170 Third, cor. Yamhlll-Flrst-class,
clean, neat rooms, $1.25 per week up.
transient, 25c day up: transient solicited.
CLEAN, NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM;
suitable for two; modem conveniences; block
from Multnomah Club. 181 17th st.
MANHATTAN COURT; NEW BRICK BUILD
ing, steam heat, new furniture. The leading
bouse. 311 Stark st.
THE COSMOS, FOURTH AND MORRISON
sts. Comfortable room. $1 per day; reason
able rates per month.
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT BAY-WIN-dow
room; gas, bath and telephone. 188 Sev
FOR RENT ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM.
At The Bevtrly. Mrs. A. Smith, The. Bev
erly. 1C0 10TH ST.. NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
Nicely furnished rooms: modern conveniences
SS0 THIRD ST. DESIRABLE FURNISHED
rooms at reasonable rates. Phone West 1JT8
THE ROYAL. 108 FOURTH. NEAR WASH.
Central; nicely furnished rooms; transients.
Paoms With Board.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. JN PRI
ate family, for gentlemen, only; three large
rooms, each suitable for one or more; refer
ences required. Address S 14, care Orego
nlan. THE WALDORF-SUITE OF ROOMS: ALSO
single room, with board; modern-improved
house, flrst-Uass service. H. T. Brown, new
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE,
for two; modern conveniences, 350 MadUen
st., cor. Park
NICE, PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS,
first floor, with hoard; modern conveniences.
108 11th st.
THE COLONIAL, 165 10TH ST. VERY DE
slrable suite, second-floor front, with first
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD. FOR
two gentlemen or two ladles. 314 Columbia
Pleasant rooms, steam heat,
water; first class board.
with hot and cold
The Brown Good rooms, "good. board; elevator;
10 minutes from P. O. 271 Grand ave.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE; HOT AND
cold water; with board." 225 11th st.
425 TAYLOR-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
front room; kitchen, hath; private family; no
children; best location.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, PARTLY FUR
nlshcd; water in kitchen; reasonable; use of
phone. 391 Sixth st.
FRONT ROOM AND SMALL KITCHEN, FOR
light housekeeping; furnished; references; no
children. 408 Main.
253 SIXTH ST., CORNER MADISON FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms; all conveniences;
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING FLAT OF 3
rooms; no children; reference required. 3SS
THREE NICELY FURNISHED -ROOMS. FOR
housekeeping; large, rooms. 5SG Pettygrove
135 I0TH. COR. ALDER NICELY FUR
nUhed suite rooms; light housekeeping If de
sired. THE BROWJT. 271 GRAlD AVE. SUITE
of rooms, for light housekeeping.
FOR RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE AND STABLE.
200 Russell St., Upper Alblna; rent $20. Ap
ply P. M Flanders, 263 Russell st.
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, 280 SALMON ST.
CaU at VlncCs Market, Fourth and Alder
sts.. J. H. McBrlde.
$15 PER MONTH: GOOD C-ROOM HOUSE.
"Sherman, near Sixth. Inquire John Barbey,
TO RENT HOUSE, 4 ROOMS; CELLAR.
. bath, closets. 233 Hall fit. Montague & King,
226 Stark. -
FOR RENT-SIX-ROOM "MODERN- OUSE,
good location. East Side, fir.
Also flve-rcam tnoaertt cottage, fnrnuih.ed,
East Bide. SIT. v
F, W TORGLJ5R. 100 Sherloek bids.
$3 0u PER MONTH. 3.ROQM FLAT. PAN
try. woodshed. ftee water and telephone;
furnished Tor housekeeping, Wi Seventh, at..
near Shendon. .
810 per month ;5-room- collage, urnUhsd, for
-housekeeping; yard, frulf 'trees, free water
and telephone. Phone J. Landlg&h, Union 548.
FOR RENT NICE FURNISHED HOUSE OF 1
0 rooms, m good location; to party without
children. 1S2 East 23d vi.
PARTLY FURNISHED COTTAGE. 0 ROOMS,
East 10th; jnqdern improvements. Inquire
jEat Side Rank. . -
Houses or Rpqt Fnralmro far SMtr
FOR SALE-THE FURNITURE; OF M.ODERK
10-room house, jcentrally located; nt o
hous $35. W. G. Beck. 321 Morffeon.,
FOR RENT FOUR-STORY AND EASEMENT
building, suitable for Jobbjpg business; Front
and Ankeny ats. H. E. Noble, Commercial
STORE FOR RENT, CHEAP, ON WASH
ington. between Fourth (CnA Fifth; beat loca
tion lh city.
FOR RENT - STORE, 352 MORRISON ST.
Inquire room 17 Lewis building.
FOR SALE-A WELtr-ESTABLISHED GEN
eral merchandise business in good ..Eastern
Oregon town; good, chance for lire man to
build up a big business, good farming and
fruit country; briok store; cheap rent; stock
lnalces -about ?U00; must.be Bold; goad
reason for selling. J. F.. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A welI-estabUsh$drbUslne4s"in dry
goods, clothing, ladles' and gents' furnishing
goods, shoeB, etc,; same enjoying a. good
trade reasons for selling, retiring from busl
ness. Address box Sit), La Urande, Or.
WANTED PARTNER IN WELL - ESTAB
lished printing business; to right man half
Interest will be Jiolrt on. easy terms refer
ences exchanged. Address M 11. Oregonlan.
UJ't'CSHY FOR SALE; GOOD LOCATION;
doing good business; price $350, Including
eiock and fixtures. E 12, Oregonlan
FOR 8ALE-NICELT FURNISHED ROOM-lng-house,
centrally 'located; rent reasonable.
Price $175, Q 12, care Oregonlan.
A ONE-CHAIR BARBER SHOP. FOR SALEt
very cheap; good local Ion, cheap rent. Ad
dress D 12, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE -17 000 SHARES OF HELENA.
Mining Co. stock. Apply to L. Y. Koady &
Co,, 110 Sherlock bufd!ng.
FOR SALE GROCERY STORE: INVOICE
$3000, retiring from business. For particu
lars Inquire 353 Second.
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION CAN BE
found by consulting Ames, Mercantile Agency,
205 Ablngton building.
FOR SALE SALOON," ON WASHINGTON
,st.; $400 cash, balance ittme.,. Address B 13",
BUTCHER SHOP FOR SALE; GOQD FAM
lly trade; East Side. Address A 10, care
FOR SALE My milling, feed, commission and
grocery business: cheap. O R. Addlton, city.
For Sale Best-paying restaurant in eltyj leav
ing for Alaska: a snap, L 3, Oregonlan,
TAILOR SHOP FOR SALE. APPLY.
Morrison st. With stock or without.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding pum4nent position with responding
firms, upon their own names; easy pajuieuU,
atnatly confidential. 'New Era Loan u Urust
Co., room Ulu Ablngton buhatntf. uiluii
hours, 10 to j.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, eiional or salary se
curity, at Jow rates. C. W, Pallett. 2U Com
mercial block, Tel Grant.850.
LOANS IN, SUAJS PROM $3 TO MOpj ON Al
classes, of security, it. 1, Ecketson ,Jfc Co,,
room rf Washington bJdg. Phon Clafy 88,
LOANS ON, FURNITURE, ANO ANJ?
ot&r secwyHlss. Ioacs, rjltes.S. .-"bating,
. -room ?5 Wftsbwgton.Tdg, Phon? Jlood 4r
LOANS ON FURNITURE. ' PIANOS, ttEAt.
estate and all kinds of securities. 123 3d sft-.
v C. H, Thonjpsop's QutrRate lckt Offlce.
MONEY TO'LOAN AT LOWEST RATES) .NO
commission, and abstract of title .furnished.
PortlanM Ao?tract Co,f (j02 GemmerUM PlK.
$5 AND UP, IN SUMS TO SUIT. ,OH. ALL
kfnds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building Phono Hood 413.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5, 0, 7 PEK CEN?
City and suburban property for salt, and rent,
Wm G. Beck, 321 Morrison 't.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT, ON
city property and Improved Valley Jarrr
w. a shaw & Co., 24a stark st,
MONEy TO LOAN. ANY AMOUNT. AT Ofe
pir cent upwards. Western Investment &
Loan Co., loom 10. 245Ht Morrison.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good securities, W, H.
Nunn. 552 Shrloak building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL'tKINPS OF SB
curity, Wm. Holt, xoom 0 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc., low rates.
See us first. Mann it CO.. C04 Dkum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, C per cent, farm or city
property. O M. Smith. 3 Ch.jjf Commerce,
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real estate. Plympton. 201 Morrlwin st.
PivUr-UJaAL FUK TWELVE BRICK SCHOOL
buildings and electrlo light, steam heat And
water and sewer sjatems. Department of
the Interior, Oflico of Indian Attalrs, Wash
ington, D, C., April 2d, 1001. healed pro
posals, indorsed "Proposals for Building,
etc., -Riverside. Cal,," una addipsstd to
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D, C will be received g. the In
dian Office until 2 o'clock P. M of Wednes
day. June 5, 1001, for furnishing and de
livering the necessary materials and labor
required to construct and complete four
(4; dormitories, two t2) employe quarters,
one tl) schoolhouse, one U) messhall, one'
il) superintendent's residence, one (1) laun
dry, one (1) warehouse, and one (1) office,
all to be of brick; alio water and sewer,
electric light and steam heat systenid, upon
the site of the new Indian school near lily
erside, Cal., In strict accordance with plans,
specifications and Instructions to bidders,
which may be examined at this office, the
offices of the Press, Riverside, Cal.; the
Herald, Los Angeles, CaU: tjw Chionlalc.
San Francisco, Cal.: Tho Morning Oregon
ian, Portland, Or.; the Arizona Republican,
Phoenix, Ariz.; the Globe-Democrat, St.
Louis. Mo.; the WeaUlche Post, St
Louis, Mo., the Pioneer Press, St. Paul,
Minn.; the Times-Herald. Chicago, 111.; tho
Builders' and" Traders' Exchange, Omaha,
Neb.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchange,
Milwaukee, Wis., the Nortnwestorn Manu
facturers' Association, St. Paul, Minn.; the
U. S.- Indian Warehouses at No. 1208 How
ard st , Omaha, Neb.; No. 235 Johnson st..
Chicago, 111,, and ' No. 77-70 Wooster St.,
New York, N. Y,. and tho Indian school,
Perrls. Cal. For further Information apply
to "Harwood Hdll, Superintendent Indian
School, Perrls. Cal., or this office. A. C.
TONNER"; Acting Commissioner.
PARK PLACE, OR., APbJIL 20, 1001. No
tice to Contractors Sealed bids will be re
ceived at tha offlce of CH, Burggraf, archi
tect. Albany, Or., by the building committee
of the Board of Regents of the State Agri
cultural College -of the State of Oregon until
1 o'clock P. M.. May 27, 1001. immediately
thereafter all bids received will he opened
and considered by the committee. Bidders
are invited tc be present at that time. A
certified check to Ihe amount of 0 per cent
of the bid. payable to J. T, Apporson, Presl.
dent of the Board of Regents, must accom
pany each proposal, as a guarantee that the
bidder will enter Into a contract and give an
approved bond to the full amount of the con
tract. In the event the bid Is accepted.
Bids will be considered as follo.vs:
1. Extending the heating Bcrvlce and heat
ing the Armory.
2. The installing of lavatories and repair
ing the Administration building, Mechanical
Hall, and Ladies' Dormitory.
3. The painting of CauthornTIall, LadiM
Dormitory, and the Chemical Laboratory.
The plans and-specifications -for this work
may be seen at the offlce of the architect, at
Albany, Or. The committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. T. APPERSON,
President of the Board f Begems of the
State Agricultural College of the State
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE.. PORTLAND.
Or., May 1, 400L Sealed proposals for dredg
ing 56,000 cubic yarda material." more or less,
for Imprcvement of Clatskanle River, 'Ore
gon, will bb received here unl IT 12 M;, May
SO, 1001, and then publicly opened. Infor
mation furnished on - application. Wr C
LANGFITT, Capt. Engrs.
COUNTY COURT FOR MULTNOMAH COUN
ty. Portlapd. Oregon Seated blj$ for Ibe fur
aishing and delivering of lumber, paints. U
nd brushns, electrical 4upp.lea. nails, coat..
lanterns and Qlobes, -tools and waste, as
Burnslde-street bridge. Morrlsou-.treet bridge.
Madison-street- brida-and'Steel bridge, all in.
such quantities, and to b: delivered at the
oera bridges aa cjay bo. ttcmred. as per
speciflcations now on tile and to be seen at
the office of the Clerk ot the County Court,
at tho Courthouse in Portland, Oregon, will
be.recetved at .the .oillcs bf said Clerk until
10 o'clock A. M.. Wednesday. May S, 1901.
The successful bidder wLl be required tq
promptly exesate a formal contract, to ba I
jipprqvq oy ne-district Attorney -pi mis
aunt, and also to execute and deliver m
the CSfcrir of the County Court a good a3
sufficient bond In double the amount ot oon
tract price, (or the faithful pariormanc of
such contrart. All bids jnust he accom.
panied by a certified check of the amount of
i rer rent of the bid: Price, fltnew and
-quality being equal, home products pre
ferred The CoustY Court reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
J. G. MACK,
r . - . . TTM, SHOWERS.
County CxmmUslonara for Multnomah
H. H. holmes; CUxK
April 25, lOfil.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.. MAY A. 1901.
Sealed proposals,- In triplicate, will be re
Ccived here, and at office of Quartermaster,
u&," K 'cl0JK A. -Mm, Tuesday June i.
1001. and then opened, for furnishing, dur
lns the first six months gf fiscal year cora.-Wenclng-Juiy
1, rjoi, Tomse' and 'straw Yor
San Diego Barracks, Cal.; also at same time,
at this office qui, for forage and straw for
Alcatraz Island. Fort Baker, Benleia Bar
racks. Fort Mason, Fort McDowell, Presidio
of San Francisco, San Francisco, and San
Francisco, Cal.. for shlpniew t? Honolulu;,
H. I, Govcrpmcnt. reserves right to- reject or
. accept any or all bids In whole or In part.
Preference given to articles at American pro
duction, conditions q( price, and quality (in
eluding In the price qf foreign production,
the dijty, thereon) being qnal, and U( pref
erence, crnn to articles of American production-produced
on the PaclAe Coast, to extent
of consumption required by the publlo e?rv
Ice there. AH Information furnished on 4p
plication to Quartermaster at Ban Diego Bar
rack or to undersigned. Envelopes contain
ing blda to ha indorsed "Proposals for for-.
age nn4 straw." and addressed to saia Quar
termaster, or to J, M. MARSHALL, Assist
ant Quartermaater-aeneral. U. S.A., Chief
PROPOSAL FOR THE MAB0N WORK,
plumhlpffi electric wiring, tc for th M
chanca Hall RHlIfling. University of Ore
gon, Kugsne, Qr. Otilca, jadgar M. LnxatU",
Archltept. G6B Worcester Block. Portland
Oregon, April SO, 1!1, Sealod propoal
will he received at this office until 8 o'cloek
p, m,. on the 2lst day of May, iqoi, and
openfl Immsdiately thereafter, for all tl
labor and materials reftulretl for tho. mason
work, plumbing, electrle wiring, -tc, for
the Mechanical Hair Building. Eugane, Or,,
in accordance With the drawings and pecl
flcation. conies of which may be had At this
omce or at tn Qdloe or tho President o
the University, Eugne, Or. the right U
reserved to' reject any ir all blda and to
waive any defect or InforroalHy in any bid,
should It be deemed in the interest of the
state to do so. Proposals, forma of which
may be had of the architect or At the Pros
ident's olUqe, at Eugene, must b nclP5d
in envelopes. waUd and marked. "Proposal
for the Mason Work, Plumbing, Electric Wir
ing, etc,.'' and addressed to the President
of the Board of Regents, A certified check,
of 15 per ent. drawn to the. order of the
President -of be Board of Regtnta must ac
-PROPOSAL FOR A CENTRAL STEAK
heating, electric light and power plant- for
the University of Oregon. Eugene, Or.
Office, Edgar M Lasarns. arohiwct, (10?
Worcester Block. Portland. Or.. April 23,
1001, Sealed proposals will b received at
this office until 2 o'clock P. M.. on tbft
21st day of My. 1P01, and opened Imme
diately thereafter, for all the labor and mil
terlals required for the -central steam heM--lnir.
electric light and power plant for .the
University ot Oregon. Eugene. Or,, In Ac
cordance with "the drawings and specification,
copies of which may be had at this oillcj
or at the offlce of the President of the Unl"
versJU, Eugene. Or, The right Is resflrved
to reject any or all bids and to waive any
defect or informality in any. bid,, should it
be deemed in the interest of the state to
do so. Proposals, forms for whjch may be
had of the architect, or at the President's
offlc, at Eusene, must be -enclosed n en
velopes, sealed and marked, "Proposal for
a Central Steam Heating, Electric Light and
Power Plant," and addressed to the Presi
dent of the Boatd of Regents, A certilled
check of 15 per cent, drawn to the order of
the President Of the Board 0 Regents, must
accompany bid. :ir- '; .-
-jntn-S--'P,-.3.. May J0. 10O1. Jor-Uhe-cen-
structloij of 'tbs foilowlpRr .frame bullatrnt
: at Fprt Columbia wash,- Ope doubier on
cer's quarters; one single officer's, muafters;
ope administration buldlng; one voiORUny
barracks; ' one doUbts non-uonrmlasloried7 qf.
flgers' Quarters; ne hospital steward' quar
ters; one uuaidhcuie, one bajCehQUfce; on
Quartermaster's stable and wagjm room, on?
Quartermaster's and "Subsistence "storehouse;
one workshopf one hospital, - find one iron
oil house, (Home of the buildings will re
quire hot-water heating, plumping and elec
tric wiring.) Information furnished on ap
plication. United States reserves (he right
to . reject ' any or 'all proposals, 'Envelopes
contalnlngproposals should be marked "Pro
posals for construction," and addressed CAP
TAIN DOWNS, Q.-M.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
Buildings at Foit Lawton. Wash. Quartor
. master's Offlce, Seattle, Wash., May J, l(M)l,
Proposals, In triplicate, will be received at
this offlce until 11 o'clock A. M. Thursday,
May 23, 1001, and then publicly opened, fvr
the construction, plumbing, steam heating
and gas piping of the following frame build
ings at Fort .Lawton, near Seattle, Wash.:
Pne (I) bakery; one ,!) Hospital Steward's
quarters; one (1) Quartermaster's stable and
wagon -shed; oneH(l) -administration build
ing, one (1) guardhouse. Plana and specifi
cations may be seen- and further information
obtained here and at the offlce of the Quar
termaster's agent at Tacoma, WajJh. The
right is reserved to accept or reject any or
all proposals or parts thereof, -Envelopes
containing proposals snould be marked '.'Pro
posals for buildings at Fort Lawton," and
addressed GEORGE RUHLEN, Major and
Quartermaster, U. 'S. Army.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this data. I will not be responsible
for any debts or contracts entered Into by
any person or persons' In connection with th
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 b myself or my
agents, Messrs. W. A. Ward, of Victoria. B.
Ct. or Messrs. W. A. Anderson & Company.
Limited, of Vancouver, B C. pated this
25th day of January. 1001. George De La
Poer Bercsford. By Davis. Marshall & Mac
nelll. his Solicitors,
I "WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts contracted by my husband, E. H.
Longley. Flora T. Longley'.
LOST AND FOUND.
REWARD OF- TWENTY DOLLARS TO THE
person detaining 'and Informlpg me . of tne
whereabouts-of Edle Shannon, who left his
home near Oregon City, April 20; 1 14
years old, tall and slender, brown halr.-bWe
eyes, slightly freckled, small bear across one
ejebrow; he wore blue bib overalls, dark blue
coat, black shirt, with white stripes, gren
plaid cap and coarse shoes. C, E. Shannon.
Oregon City, Or. '
LOST COLUMBIA CHAINLESS BICYCLE,
modol 74, No 01S, 22-inch frame, Hartford
cactus tires. Reward of $iu tor its return
to I. D. Boyer, 177 Fourth at., Portland,
STRAYED BLUE COW. , WITH HORNS
turned toward head; expected fresh Boon.
Reward for Information of same. F. Bcrnse,
90 Hamilton ave.
LOST-FRIDAY NOON, A SLtDING MONO
gram, with Initials. VJ. P. B." Return Can
adian pacific R.. 142 Third. Reward.
39 WOMEN WANTED-1RREGULAR, PAIN--ful
-or stoppages, leucorrhoea wlw(w) and ail
diseases pertaining to change of Hie. cuid
by old Dr. Ketlor. 240)3 lamhtll st., port-
-land. Or.' Private waiting-room for ladles.
Consultation free. Call or wrtc Incloi 10
A. ESCHLE, FORMER EMPLOYE FOR H.
Welnhard, haB taken charge of the Armory
Canteen, April 2S, and invites: his friendo and
former patrons of the establishment 10 par
take of the excellent lunch and fine wines,
liquors and cigars which can ue xound at the
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT: ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cUaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calln and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment, $2; -3 months, $5 Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agent r. Wocdard & Clarke, Port
DRLING.V SANITARIUM. MT. TABOR; PRI
vate; women's diseases, confinements: coun
try cases sonciieu: terms mooerate. Ad vr.
Darling. Mngn. Cambridge bldg . Portland
GET -YOUR UMBRELLAS REGOVERED AND
repaired. Meredith's, Washington and Oth.
C- CEB WO, CELEBRATED CHINESE DOC
tor, successfully carts all chronic diabases of
m.n and Ntoincn. without opoiuticn. wun hia
powerful Chinese roou, hvrhi. bark, etc..
thai aru unluioara to medical science in thU
country. Don't thins your case hopeless -until,
consult Inj- him. S?nd stamp for blank
and circular. 1 TbKd t.. Portland, or.
LEAKN. THE SECRETS OF YOUTH AND
heauty. Face, boat and p maaga given
and taught. All facial bUmlapej r.moved.
Oriental beauty Parlors. Mvfy Waahmgton.
UP TO Y0- SUNDAT. MAY 12, WILL. Pos
itively he the last day wa make our popular
stamp photoX 'nny Phota Co.. N. R. cor.
Third and Washington.
?OUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably fllld at Eyssell's
pharmacy; 227 Morrkon it., bet. lit and 24-
PURJ3 KED BLOOD GUARANTEED H
taking E-sneU'a Concentrated Extr. at Saria
parilia. 27 Morrison, bet( First ahd Soctnd-
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and sty;. 25c: 250 business cards. $1.
Brown & Schma)e, 223 First. Portland. Or.
SCIENTIFIC AD EXPERIENCED MAS-!
seure, artistic manlaurtst, pnly expert phrpp
qdlst on Pacific Coast. 20 Kaleigh block.
'BOOH of" Nature." M; "Marrjaga Guld."
$1; "Maria Monk," 50 postpaid. Cataiagua
rare books free. Pox 600, Portland. Or.
Unci Henry,. 43 N. Thtrft. cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains w unrednenxed. nledg..
SANITARY FB4.THEB RENOVATOR makes
old feathers nw. 313 -law Phone Hood 372.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THcJ
famous palmht. rs- Drevfus, 211H 1st st.
CANCER CURED. 6 to 14 das; no knife.
.Call or nddrewJP, f Phelps. 324 First.
McCLURB'8 SANITARY BANDAGE FQH
women has no equal, ill Marquam building,
Geo, T. Wurton, SOT Cham, of Com, Ph6m
Drown 450, Accounts examinr-d; books kept.
Afiyorii and Annratr
THB MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS,
with M oasny oflio and chemical Iabora.
tory, h&vo moved from 03 to JOO yirst st.,
J H, FISK. MINERAL ASSAYBR AND
tmemUt; gold dt bought, 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. A8SAYER AND ANALY3,T
gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
' ArtalnM, HaramooUs unci Tents.
CAMP FURNITUBB, STOVES, HAMMOCKS
ana flags- for Jala or nmt. at A, C. Plko'a
Tent and Awninff Factory. 10T North Third.
J. K, GILL & CO., WHOLESALE AND nE
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-135 3d pt.
Carpenters anil I)aldor.
Geo. W. Gordon, counter, office fixtures. Jly
screens, Third and Salmon, Tel. Black 1002.
CJiItoi$MHB nd BJnnlcnrlnsr.
WM. DEVENY A ESTELLB PEVENY, THn
juvMr scientific ohlropodUts. narjora 301 Alisky
- bldg,, 3d- and Morrison. Or. phone Grant JO,
Ths 4 the long-haired ffentleman. He Is
the man yon are looking for.
L. Mitchell, leading expert ohlropodlgt, offica 1
In Vnl.flis .h.a aa mrih MM TTnah I
oppoalto, Perkins -.Hotel. Hours lo to 12. 2
to, 6. Tel, Hood 328, office res., West 223.
Miss Dart, manicuring, room CO Union block,
.lai-pwrjc, u.a. u to f i'.JX. ae'. Toni 044,
A drurless system of curing dl5eaae, by re
moving the cause; heart disease, rheuipa-
tism, paralysis, female trouble and chronlq
cases. Exam. free. Dr. D. A. Mclntyre.
chiropractic and osteopathlat. 3S5 Yamhill.
Mme. Dr. Herzos, from Berlin, scientific re
vaalor; tells entire life, past, present and, fu
tur: consultation-on all affairs; no'thlns ex
oepted; names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypy
love powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 363 Aldpr.
VULCANiCOALCO,, dealers In ouse. steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
- Front st,r ear GHaap. Ore tsl. R34 Hoc.
HERMANN METZQER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber., and old metal, and general cammls
sion"merchant. JFront st,, near Main, Port
land, Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, -YOUNG & CO., BHIP BROKERS
end commission merchants, Sherlock bide .
ALLEN LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants.Front & D sto- Portland. Or.
METAL' SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C Bayer, 265 Second st.
,I)yensr and aicnninff.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th, cor, Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
Private School-301 Yamhill. English branches
taught. Teachers prepared for examination.
Western Electric. Works: house wiring, bell
Work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 305 Wash.
Pence and Wire "Works.
OI.D EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson, 2S3. East Morrison st.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work ft
specialty. Calof & Goldenberg, 311 Front,
Order of Washington, foremost- ffaHerhansb
clety of N. W.j protects the living: J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y, 012-615 Marquam bids.
HnJfr Drensliip and Manlanrlnjr.
PARIS HAIR STORE,. 308 WASH. BT UP-to-date
hairdressers, wigs and toupees for
ladles and gents: switches from $1 up.
ROSfeNTHAL SISTERS, 1C0 5TH. SWITCHES
v a specialty. Hair dressing, manicuring.
Harness and Saddlen.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., WHOLE
sale saddle and harness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoo storo sup
plies; leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers, and harness manufacturers,
lcathsr and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
CHARLES i. JMASTICK" & CO. (INC.). 75
Front street, Portland Cash buyers.of hides,
pelts and tallow.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont, Portland, Or. Bheumatlsm and kindred
dlBeaws successfully treated; best references.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold, General Agents,
Jank. Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank & Co, pay highest prices for old
rubqer, metals, bottles, Jron. rags, hides,
pelts and fnllow, 312 Front. Tel. South 001.
J5Iannfrtcfnrcr of Ladies Goods.
OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER FUR
nhhings will astonish you. We are leaders In
ladies' T-ear. Sins Chong & Co,. 3X1 Morrison.
ainrhle -and Granite Work.
MARBLE AND- GRANITE MONUMENTS AT
lowest jrices. See us, and save money.
Weeks, 720 -Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS! marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 268 VA.
EXPERIENCED MASSEUR gives treatment
for rheumatic and chronic diseases. Freder
ick Walter. 52 Williams. Phbne Rus. 1131.
131 V, FOURTH; TUB AND VAPOR BATHS
with massage, electricity: everything first
class? Phone Red 421.
LADY GIVES THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC
massage treatments. The VIncennes, 313&
Washington, room 38.
VAPOR BATHS. 25c; MASSAGE, -MAGNETIC
oil treatments. 345 Everett St., opposite
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPfJ
clallat. has opened up hl3 offlce at 3 Front,
and trill slt his mdIoln as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronio diseases.
Orcproa VInvI Co,
LEWIS BLDQ,.PRK AND MORRISON STS.
Send for Health Book. Consultation free.
White bronse monuments. Send postal, will
call. C. R. Donnell, Agent. 26 Stark st.
Qttumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mllJo, etc, Tatum & Bqwen, SO-35 First st.
PRS. L. B. SMITH & SON. OREGON'S Pio
neer osteopaths, suite -ioo Oregonlan build
ing. Examination free. Phone Oak 421. Lit
tratura sent on application.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, specialist in nervous- ami
chronic diseased, suite 41rt Dekum bldg., 3d
and Waah. Examinations free. Tel. Main 30.
Itrsen. Palmjst. Occult Student. Readings
Soc. pait, present, futwre. 218 AllJky bldg.
T. J. GEISLER. 814-515 CHAMBER OP COM.
-Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc
Speolal attention given to the prosecution at
pension -claims. J. L. Wells. 100 Grand HY9.
Portlrtnd Riaine Clubs.
LIVERT AND BOARDING, LADIES' ANI
gentlemen' saddta borMB. 894 Jafforson.
- . r. . ,m. 1 - I
Phyalcjnns and Surgeons,
DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 13
years' experience la diseases of women; lat-est-lmproYed.
method In tho treatment -ef all
female, troubles; patients treated successfully
M mail, uiucp joi rirsc sc.
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Dr. Flora, A. Brown: diseases of women ami
chtldrenr-a sneelalty. Consultation and dia
noils frae. $17-!518 Tha Dekum. Portland Or.
DR. MMES DlCKSQN. SPECIALIST IN KID
noy and skin diseases. Odd Fallows Temple.
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SAFES, JAILS, BUHOLAR-PROOF SAFES.
both new and second-hand. Lockout opend
and gsnorol repairs. J. E- Davis, 88 T,hlrd.
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Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXOK.i
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hove sts.
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OVERLAND, STQRAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merohandls a specialty,
In4urancti rates low; storaga rates Maionablo.
Careful attention given to country- conalsn-
men. jTeh Or. Main 777; ColvntDia $
STORAOJr AT LOW KATES CAN BE HAXf
at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Front. ,
Storacrc and Trnnsfer.
C. O. PICK: office 83 First, bet. Stark and,
Oak; phones 5M. Pianos and furplturo moved
and packed for shipping: commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay ats.
Tents and Awnings.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO. f TENTS,,
sails, awplngs. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant J50L,
'lnninK and Rooflnsr.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RB
parlng. Schalze Bros., J03 Grand aye.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
nnt and psychic life reader: consult her on
business affairs, love -troubles, -absent friends;
good advlco on mines; readings dally, 50c. and
up. 107 First St.. Office 7, Consult tha begt.
Mrs Stevens, business medium and inspira
tional writer, 221 Morrison st., room 22.
New Turkish hath parlors; modern appliances.
Genu only. D25 Chamber Com., J. F. King.
Turkish baths; new management; open all
night. Nq charge for beds. Oregonlan bldg.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS, HOURS
Ladles 0 to 3; gentlemen 3;40 to 0.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts., Portland. Or.
SAVINGS BANK. IOO THIRD STREET
PORTLAND TRUB1' COA1PANX
Money to loan on moris-iae.
A general truat and a8t.y business transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON S.VVJNGS DEPOSITS.
BENJ, 1. COHKN , --; """"i"
H. L. PiTTLtCK. , VIce-1'rtnident
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. UQLTBA. . Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK-
OF PORTLAND. OR. , , t .
Designated Depository and Financial Agent oc
the United States.
Prssldent ....,., H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President. , .. A. L. MILLS
Chler.... ............. O. E. WlTHINU'loN
Sunt Cashier ' 'VgS
Second Assistant Cashier. ,... . W. C. ALVOUD
Letters of credit issued, available In Europa
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sola
on New York. Boston. Chleago, St. Louis, SU
Paul. Omaha. San iranciseo and the principal
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In auma to suit
on London. Paris, Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen,
unrjatlania, Stoekuolnv St. Petersburg, Mos
cow, Zurich, Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms,
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS
EfeTABLISHED IN 1850.
- 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.
Bight 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.'S BANK ,
CAtoH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. ..$8.25O.0$O
JOHN J. VALENTINE ..PRESIDENT
HOMERS. KING .....MANAGER
(San Francisco.) .,
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER.
JOHN E7 MILES. . . . . .ASSISTANT CASHIER;
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters of Credit Issued,
available In nil parta of the world,
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANIC WATSON . fWent
R.L. DURHAM , Vlc9-Presldnt
R.W. HOYT Cashier
rjpn w HOTT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available!
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold duattousftt.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which ia amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-
Capital paid up
Transacts a General Banking -Business.
SAVINGS RANK JDEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards,
and interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ance. Rates on application.
244. WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANKV
Chamber ot Commerce building. Third and
Head Office-.. 7J Lombard street.. London.
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and Jssues
letters' of credit available for travelers and tha
purchase of merchandise In any city ot ths
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
Change. Account! of country hanks received.
Interest paid on terra deposit.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STS.
J C. A1NSWORTH - . President
PERCT T. MORGAN -. Vice-President
R.W. SCHMEER. . ........ Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposit.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK-
Transacts a Generar Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available tn all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TTLER WOODWARD
VlrTPresIdent JACOB TCAMM
Cashier F. a MILLER