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ynB ttOBNIXG OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, MABCH 16, 1900.
MARQUAM GRAND-CAL. HEIL1G. Mgr.
Becinnlng FRIDAY. MARCH 16-17.
"A CONTENTED WOMAN."
Two big, laughing nights and Saturday Mati
nee. Full of music specialties and pretty girls.
PRICES-Low er floor, $1: balcony, flrst C
rows, 75c: balcony, last 6 rows.' 5oc: gallery.
25c, Matinee prices Lower floor. 75c: balcony,
first G rows, 50c; balcony, last 6 rows, 25c;
children, to all parts of the house. 25c
Seats new on jale.
Thursday and Friday nights and Saturday
Matinee. "CHARITY BALI" Saturday nlsbt.
farewell performance. "TRILBY."
Prices Lower floor, 75c: loge seats, $1;
boxes (four seat), $5: balcony loges, 75c: bal
cony rircle, 50e: gallery, 25c; matinee prices,
25c, 50c, and 75c
All week, with Saturday Matinee, commencing:
Sunday evening. March 18, the greatest
of all Russlgn plays.
Interpreted by Edwin C. Jepson's Excellent
Company of Finished Players.
A Stirring Drama, Elaborately Staged. A Story
cf Thrilling Dramatic Intensity. Heart
Itnerest and Clean. Bright Ccmedy.
Prices 25c and 50c; lege seats. 75c; box
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 1S2 First at., cor. YamhllL at 10 A. M.
J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At salesroom. 411 Washington sL. at 10
o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman, auctioneer.
A. A. O. N. M. S. A epe
clal meeting of Al Kader
Temple will be held at tire
rooms of Oregon Commandery.
Knights Templar, Masonic
Temple, Saturday evening at
8 o'clock. Important business.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. 15, I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Friday) evening at 7:20
o'cl ok. Work in the third degree, by special
request. A full attendance Is desired. Visitors
welcome. HENRY BROWN, Sec
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 55. A. F.
& A. M. Regular communication this
(Friday) evening at 7:30. Work In
the E. A. degree. All Master Masons
welcome. By order of the W. M.
I. W. PRATT, Sec.
THE NORTHEAST REPUBLICAN CLUB
will meet at Highland Hall this evening. Im
portant business will come before the club. S.
C Spencer will deliver an address.
CASTLE LODGE. NO. J3, K. OF P. Regu
lar meeting this (Friday) evening. 7:30 P. M.
Work In Pase rank. Visiting Knights wel
come. J. D. ASHER, C. C.
JOHN M. MANN. K. of R. and S.
HUNTER At Good Samarttan Hospital, March
14. W. H. Hunter, b-other of Mrs. J. K. Hardle
and the late M. M. Hunter, aged 08 years.
Funeral services will be held at F. S. Dun
nirigs. undertaker, 414 East Alder st., Fri
day at 1:30 P. M. Friends Invited. Services
at the grave private.
BROWN At San Francisco. March 10. 1000.
Velma Gertrude Brown, beloved daughter of
Elmer and Gertrude Erown. a native of Los
Angeles. Cal.: resident of Portland; aged 3
years, 2 months, 5 days.
COLE At the family residence. St. Johns,
March 15. 1000. James Cole, aged 76 years.
Funeral services will be held today at the St,
Johns Adventist Church at 1 P. M. Friends
EDWARD HOLMAN. Undertaker, -1th
and Yamhill sts. Rena Stinsoii, lads
assistant. Both phones No. HOT.
I. P. FINL73Y & SON, Undertakers.
Lady Assistant, 275 Third st. Tel. J).
HEWTTr I'RESH GRASS BUTTER, 50c PER
roll; good dairy butterj 40c roll; lo lbs. pure
lulled oats, 25c: breakfaet bacon, 12c lb.;'
fresh crackers. 55c per 13-lb. box: Hewitt's
famous blend -of tea reduced from O to 40c
lb.: finest coffees In city, prices will surprise
you. A. Hewitt, 1S5 Third st. Both phones.
2 DOZEN OREGON EGGS. 25c; 2 COMBS OF
honey, 25c, 2 3-lb. packages washing powder,
25c; 1 gal. table syrup. 40c At McKlnnon
Grocery Co., 173 Third st,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
EAST SIDE HOME CORNER LOT AND
hcuse of 9 large, well-arranged rooms, strictly
modem, close In; desirable neighborhood, anu
a,n opportunity to get an inside home for
very little money. Easy terms. W. H. Grind
staff. 240 Stark.
$125 A GOOD, NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE, ON
level with sldewslk. on East Water St.; land
lease 50c per month: very desirable; material
cost more. A Mattcson, ISSVs Madison et.
NEW MODERN HOUSE, 10 MINUTES' WALK
from postofflcc, $2650. at $20 per month. New
modern h..us. Washington car line, $1050. at
$15 per month. T 29. care Oregonlan.
BEAUTIFUL, HIGH AND SIGHTLY LOTS
on 29th, between Mount Tabor and Ankeny
car llnesj price $250 ind $300. Funk &
Groener, room 9, 233! Washington.
TWO BARGAINS. WEST SIDE RESIDENCE
property, well located; 9-room house; $3200.
7 rooms and 36x100, lot. $5900. Davidson.
Ward & Co.. 272"4 Stark st.
$2250 FOR 3 ACRES ON MOUNT TABOR;
sightly, near cars, beautiful situation for a
fine horhe; -will sell part. Hart Land Co.,
room 7 Sherlock block.
FOR SALE 80 ACRES OF CLEAR LAND.
$6.00; 10 acres cultivated, house, orchard, run.
nlng water: outslde-range for .clock. P 37.
MUST 3E SOLD THIS WEEK 5 ACRES,
all In cultivation, near car line, with 5o fare.
Make an offer. -C. E. Bennett, 1275 Fourth
KOB HILL COTTAGE. 6 ROOMS. FINE FULL
lot. $2750: about $1200 cash, balance monthly
If desired; bargain. Address W 37. Orego
nlan. QUARTER CLOCK. WITH G-HOOM HARD
flnlshed houna. west slope Mount Tabor: rea
sonable; want money. X 85, care Oregonlan.
$500 CHOICE RESIDENCE SITE 100x250,
fnclr-g 80-foot avenue, west slope Mt. Tabor.
Rlggen Real Estate Co.. 35-31 McKay bldg.
FOR SALE BLOCK WITH BUILDINGS
for $25,000. sellers will lease for a term of
years. Address N 29, care Oregonlan.
A SNAP 6 LOTS ON ST. JOHNS CAR LINE
for only $1S0. Double your money in 90
days. Box 950. city.
$14.00l-IMPROVED QUARTER BLOCK. PAY
lng S per cent net. Riggen Real Estate Co.,
30-31 McKay building.
$4500-1MPROVED QUARTER BLOCK. PAY
Ing 11 per cent net. Riggen Real Estate Co.,
SO-31 McKay building.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES rOR SALE: ALSO
bakery. Emmons k Emmons. C23-2S Chamber
of Commerce building.
$450O-FtLL LOT. TWO BLOCKS TROM HO
tel Portland. Rlsrgen Real Estate Co., 30-31
CLAlKAMAK iNTY TAX ROLL AT OF
flce of E.F. Riley. COS Chamber cf Commerce.
L. B. Chipman; farms, rtock ranches, timber
claims. City property, bos. chances. 114 1st.
House and lot. built to cult, installments, small
cush payments. Dainmeler. 511 Marquam.
WILL TRADE TWO RAMBLER BICYCLES.
lad s and gent's, for a good fresh cow. Ad
rift M 37. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FARMS.
RARE lHANCE I AM INSTRUCTED TO
ell at a sac.lflce. on account or owner being
a nonresident, a well-improved 12-acre ranch
near Vancouver. Wash., fine modern 5-rooir.
cottage, barn, chicken shod, creamery, well
and pump; all fenced: fine soil. Apply at
once to J. H. Elwell. Vancouver. Wab.
RARE CHANCE FOR SALE. ON ACCOUNT
oi removal; ;w-acre iarm. with good 0-rootn
house, barn and outhouses; good water; 20
ucres ncn ooiiom iana, a acred timber, 100
fruit trees; 13 miles south from Portland. 2
mile from S. P. R. R.; price $1500. Inquire
111 Second st.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suJt purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macrsuter
Birrell. 311 Worcester block..
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE STOCK RANCH OF 2400 ACRES
in Douglas County, Or. All first-class pas
ture land. 600 acres tillable, -well watered, all
fenced, good orchard and fair outbuildings.
Four miles from a town and within half a
mile of a siding on the S. P. R. R. lln.
Price $7 50 per acre; easy terms of payment.
For further particulars apply to Macmastcr
& Blrrell. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
MOUTH -HARP PLAYERS' BIO MONEY
selling the new "Harp-o-chord." Harp and
zither combined. 17 luencs long. Ten times
louder than mouth-harp alone. Easy to
learn. $5. Catalogue free. Agents wanted.
The Wiley EL Allen. Co.. 211 First St., Port
ALL MASTERS OF VESSELS. HUNTERS,
fisherman, loggers and especially mlneM
should call at 1004 First St., and see the
only perfect coal oil burner !n the world. It
will heat the oven ready to cook In leas than
oO seconds. Cost not over 4c to cook meal.
faECOND - HAND BICYCLES RAMBLER,
Sterling. Imperial. Columbia. Hartford and
other makes, from $5 up. Every wheel in
first-class condition. Portland Gun & Bicycle
Store. 132 First sL. between Washington and
BIG MONEY MADE BY BUYING SHARES OF
the Century Oil Company, incorporated under
the laws of Oregon, quoted at California of
ficial oil exchange Room 40, Washington
NEARLY NEW $700 STEINWAT UPRIGHT
piano, solid ebony cose, for sale $350, at leant
half cash, balance short time, to responsible
Partj Address Stelnway. care Oregonlan.
PORTLAND SALE STABLES. DICKENS fi
Co.; horses, cows, vehicles and harness soid.
340 East Washington et. Telephone Blue COL
LIGHTBST ROAD BUGGY IN THE CITY;
cost $250; will sll cheap. Can be seen at
United Carriage Co.. Seventh and Tajlor.
SPAN MATCHED BLACK DRIVING HORSES !
io oe soja ai auction; perieciiy gsniie. u)r.
Seventh and Stark. Saturday. 11 A. M.
100 NEW BOX COUCHES FOR SALE AT
half price. First-class upholstering done rea
sonably. Phone Clay 961. 249 Fifth st.
ALL MAKES TYPEWRITERS RENTED AND
sold. Office supplies and desks. Coast Agency
Co.. 2C04 Stark st.
FOR SALE A GOOD SQUARE PIANO. IN
excellent condition: very cheap. Address G
37. care Oregonlan.
TWO FRFSH COWS. 6 AND 8 YEARS OLD:
Ave gallons rich milk. E. G. Messenger.
ONE TEAM OF HORSES. HARNESS AND
wagon very cheap; taken on mortgage. 313
FOR SALE FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD
goods: alsi organ; In good condition. 220
Magic lanterns, new. second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH
balance $2 per month Gas Co.. 174 Fifth eU
50 RIGS, 300 SETS HARNESS. 50 SADDLES,
and good horses, bargains. 211 Washington st.
EASTERN OREGON HORSES, DRIVING
and draught. 1000-1400 lbs. Second and Main.
For sale or trade (0 acres Improved fruit
ranch: a bargain. McPhcrron. Gllman Hotel.
A. WICKE. 1st and Market, low-priced cash
grocer. Free delivery. Phcne South 276.
A WHEEL. IN GOOD REPAIR; A BARGAIN.
lfVS North Second st.
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 10 AND 17
Rdssel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelnway & Sons. A. B. Chase and Emerson
pianos. A. B. Chase and W, W. Putnam or-
fans. Coth or Installments. Gramophones and
Lcglna music boxes.
ELEGANT NEW PIANO FOR RENT. VERY
cheap. Craves & Co.. 2S5 Alder et.. near
For Rent Handsome oak upright piano, nearly
new. Call or address 141 West Park.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
st. Phones. Ellers Ptano House.
HELP WANTED MALE.
PATTERN - MAKER. MACHINISTS. $3.23;
coal miners; carpenters, $35. board; laborers.
$1. board; farm hand and gardener; ranch
hand and milkers; land clearers; falters;
buckers; swampers; skldmen; men with
teams: restaurant help: new orders, dally.
Call everyone. Canadian Agency, 220& Mor
rison. WANTED IN SUBSCRIPTION DEPART
ment of a publishing house, a deliverer and
collector for a library. Expenses advanced.
State age and former employment. Address
Publisher. P. O. box 1027. Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED GOOD ASSISTANT BOOKKEEP
cr for temporary position; state age, refer
ences and expected salary. Address O 37,
10 SURFACE R. R. LABORERS (S1.C0) FOR
this region; dishwasher; farm hands $20.
$22J Al cook tor country, $40. Drake, 152
WANTED A PORTER IN A BARBER SHOP:
a good position for the right man. Apply to
Lewls-Stenger Barber Supply Co.
THREE EXPERIENCED. GIRLS TO OPER
ate sewing machines: none but experienced
need apply. Call 214 First st.
TUNNEL MEN FOR WYOMING: SHINGLE
bolt cutters; farmers; milkers. Budd & Co.,
Worklngman's Barber Shop; haircut 15c shave
10c. 0 chairs. Ed Dennlson. 205 Morrises st.
Cash for acceptable ideas. State If patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT RECORD. Baltlmore.M.1.
WANTED-YOUNG MAN TO LEARN ELEC
trlcal business. Apply 3C54 Washington it.
WANTED GOOD. STRONG BOY TO LEARN
carpenter trade. Apply 187 Morrison st.
WANTED A PRACTICAL. EXPERIENCED
miller. Address Q 37, Oregonlan.
WT ANTED PATTERN-MAKERS,
ette Iron & Steel Works.
W ANTED AGENTS. THWAITES PHOTO
Gallery. Fifth and Alder.
WANTED A BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS OF
age. 313 Water st.
BOYS WANTED AT 1C2 FIRST.
nELP WANTED FE3IALE.
WAITRESS AND CHAMrfERWORK. E.WASH.
hotel. $1S: laundress for beach resort. $13;
waitress. $15 (Miss Nolan. Come), 25 domes
tics: girl to assist and be company. $1.50;
eavcral Japs wanted. R. G. Drake, 152 First.
10 COOKS IN AND OUT CITY. $15 TO $30;
second girls; chambermaid; plenty of house
work. Canadian Parlors, 2204 Morrison.
GUIL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good, plain cook. Apply 325
East Third, North.
GIRL WANTED TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work; German or Norwegian preferred. SSI
South Grand ave.
LADY APPRENTICE. WITH ROME EXPERI
ence st Job work. Botsford & Ellis, Printars,
243 Aah st.
WANTED A GIRL 6R WOMAN FOR GEN-
eral housework Mrs. A. F. Sears, 10S6 Front
WANTED-G1RL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work In small family. Inquire 307 Sherman
A COMPETENT COOK WANTED AT 147 10TH
st.; good wages to right party. Call Satur
day. 15 TO 30 NEW ORDERS EVERY DAY: CALL
often. Canadian Emp, Parlors. 220 Morrison.
WANTED STRONG GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
housework. 144 Seventh street, room IS.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL TO DO COOK
Ing. Inquire 341 11th. mornings.
WANTED A WOMAK COOK IN A SMALL
hotel. Inquire 382 East Clay st.
A WOMAN FOR COOK AND GENERAL
housework. 346 13th st.
WANTED YOUNG LADY. AS NURSE GIRL.
Inquire 759 Sixth.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY HONEST. SOBER, i
inaustnous young man. line penman, duuk
keeper, clerk, etc; speaku German, Bohemian
and English; references; bonds. Jas. Wes
ley. Sclo, Or.
WANTED BY A FIRST-YEAR STUDENT OF
the N. P. D. C. worK In a dentist's offlce
during vacation; capable of doing plate work
and caring for office. Address H 37, Orego
nlan. WANTED-SITUATION ON FARM FOR MAN
and wife. Call 2W& First street.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN; PREFERS
collection, agent or work In wholesale house.
G 35, care Oregonlan.
SCHOOLBOY WANTS POSITION. WORK
spare time for board and room. Address T 37,
WANTED SPRAYING OF YOUR FRUIT
trees. 421 Sixth, Joaeph'iTones. Phone Black
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
GOOn COOK WANTS POSITION IN HOTEL
or boarding-house; must be nice place and
good wages. V 35, care- Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED GOOD GERMAN
girl wants to do general housework. Call at
840 14th st.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN STENOG
rapher wants position. Address R 36, care
WANTED DRESSMAKING. BY THE DAY.
by an exparltnced dressmaker. Miss E. Wil
son. 455 Sixth st.
OFFICE WORK OR SET OF BOOKS. BY Ex
perienced lady bookkeeper: seven years In
lumber business; Eastern references. Address
459 Williams ave.. station B. city.
WANTED TO RENT.
THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED HOUSE
Ueeplng rooms or small cottage Address H
35. care Oregonlan.
HOUSE. 5 ROOMS. WITH GARDEN. IN SUB
urb, near car line; cheap rent. L 30, care
WANTED TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS:
private family preferred. Address P. O. box
WANTED TO RENT. BY A COMPETENT
farmer. German, Eastern man. a good dairy
farm near creamery or cheese factory. L 37,
WILL ROOM AND BOARD. IN PLEASANT
part of city, lady music teacher for teaching
one child; references required. C 35, Orego
nlan. BEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
household goods. 249 Fifth. Phono Clay SI.
State funds loansd at 6 per cent. W E. Thomas,
State Agt. for Mult. Co.. 400 Chamber of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In
installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. WT. Graves, Mgr.. 2S3
Alder, near 4th ground floor. Tel. Green 441.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5&. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Tire Insurance Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison et.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $25 TO
$500, on all clawes of security. R. I. Ecker
son &, Co.. room 5 Washington building.
ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE,
pianos, real estate and all kinds of security.
C H. Thompson. 128 3d st. Phone Main 023.
$2000 FOR A TERM OF YEARS, REAL Es
tate security, farm or city: 7 per cent; no
commission or bonus. 186 Front.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS ON LODGING-HOUSES. PI.VNOS,
etc.; low rate. Room 215 Commercial block.
LOANS on chattels or salaries: lowest rates;
strictly private; sec us first. 604 Tne Dekum.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES, PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 7S1.
LOANS IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS OX
Portland or outside real estate. 226 Ablngton
Money to loan on Clackamas County lands, G per
cent. E. E. Riley COS Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good securi
ties. S. W. Klnr. room 45 Washington bldg.
$100,000 for mortgages, lowest rates, easy terms.
W. S. Ward. Att'y-at-Law. 319 Allsky bldg.
Write me; I'll loan you money on your furni
ture; low ln't; private party. V 31, Oreg.
LOANS ON LODGING-HOUSES, pianos, etc;
low rates; private party. 319 Allsky bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. HolL room 40 Washington bldg.
LOANS on ra' c-ersonai. chattel or talary se
curity C. W Pallett '15 Commercial block.
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of th
owner. HIen F. Spalding The mest complete
apartment-house In the Northwest; chclce
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED.. SUNNY FRONT
parlor, bay window, flrst floor, bath, near Or
egonlan building, only $3.50 week; gentleman;
references. 3C3 Alder.
the Newcastle, s. e. cor. third and
Harrison stK Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences: references.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third" and
Taylor sts.; entrance. 267 Taylor.
PLEASANT ROOMS, 364 TAYLOR. CORNER
Park. Bath. heat, phone; reasonable; two
blocks from Portland Hotel.
129 10TH. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND
Alder Pleasant furnished front room; one or
two gentlemen; reasonable.
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. SUIT
able for two persons. $S per month. SO N.
Seventh, near Everett.
VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED ALCOVE
room; gas, bath, phone. 189 14th st., between
Yamhill and Taylor.
THE CLEMENT. 6th and Oak sts. Nicely fur
nished rooms, steam heat and electric lights.
GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg., central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
For Rent Furnished or unfurnished rooms. In
quire Everett St., between Park and Ninth.
The Wlnfleld. 1CCH 4th Newly furnished rooms,
for gentlemen only. Mrs. W. W. Wright.
NICELY Ft'RNSHF V GAS. PHONE;
gentleman preferred. 191 Sixth et.
Rooms With Doard.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 12TH TEAR:
rooms with board: enameled bath tubs: use
of library: Woman's Excange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
THE VENDOME FAMILY HOTEL NICELY
Jurnlshed rooms, with first-clars board, frcm
I day upwards. Including steam heat and
baths; select patronage solicited. Cor. 13th
and Alder sts.
221 13TH PLEASANT ROOMS. SINGLE OR
en suite; modern conveniences: board; home
OSBORN HOUSE Al board and rooms. $4.50
week. J. W King Cator. late from Chicago.
471 ALDER ST. FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
board, bath, phone Brown 561 Oregon.
TWO NICE ROOMS WITH FIRST-CLASS
table board. 229 11th ct.
ROOM?. WITH BOARD. THE HESPERIAN,
533 Morrison St.. cor. 17th.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD.
141 West Park.
ELVGVNTLY FURNISHED FLAT. WITH
gas range and telephone; also suite If desired.
135 10th. cor. Aldsr.
The Graham Housekeeping apartments a spe
cialty; gas range and telephone. 545VJ Wah.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR LIGHT
houtsfcecplr.g, with gas range. 450 YamhllL
FOR RENT P6RTLAND HEIGHTS: RES1
denee recently occupied by Mr. James S.
Reed; S rooms, besides attic: modern Improve
ments, city water, also orchard. Apply to
Atklrson. Wakefield & Co.. 227 Stark it.
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSE. 11 ROOMS.
bath, closets, cement basement, electric lights;
choice location; $35 tc responsible tenant.
Montague & Borden, 226 Stark it.
FOR RENT 10-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BASE
ment and bath; water upMalrs: suitable for
two families; price. $12. 170 Sherman street.
FOR RENT LARGE RESIDENCE OF LATE
A. H. Johnson, St. Clair St., south of Wash
ington. Atkinson. Wakefield & Co., 227 Stark
FOR RENT MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE. 195
231 tt. north, cor. Kearney. Atkinson. Wake
field & Co.. 227 Stark st.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 235 CURRY
St.; $S per month. Atkinson. Wakefield &
Co.. 227 Stark at.
$8 PER MONTH: 3-ROOM FLAT; BATH
room, clothes closet, pantry, woodshed; all
furnished for housekeeping; 631 Seventh, two
blockj south of Grant st. Phone Union 545.
FURNISHED FLAT. FOUR LARGE ROOMS;
bath, basement, large yard; quiet neighbor
hood. 200 14th. cor. Taylor.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT;
440 Hall st. Inquire mornings and evenings.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT. 173 EAST
Sixth, cor. Yamhill.
ONE - HALF OF THE ELEGANT STORE
building at 335 Washington st.. cor. Seventh.
IIohscr for ncnt Furnltnre for Sale.
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF FINE 10-ROOM.
well-furnished house; centrally located: all
rooms occupied: sicknees Is reason for pelltns
this bargain, for caah only. Address W 14.
FURNITURE OF 10 - COOM HOUSE FOR
sale: low rent. 232 Madison.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: SEALED RIDS
will be received by the Board of Capitol
Building Commissioners, of the State of Ore
gon, at the executive ofllce, Salem. Or., until
2 o'clock P. M.. Wednesday. April 4, 130u,
for furnishing all material and labor required
for proposed changes in the House of Repre
sentatives. State CapUot building. Salem,
Or., In accordance with plans and specifica
tions now on exhibition with the clerk of said
board, at Salem, Or., and at the odes of
Delos D. Neer. architect. l&J First street.
Portland. Or., from whom blank forms of,
proposals may be obtained. A certified check
in the sum of at least 10 per cent of the
amount bid. payable to the order of the Stale
Treasurer, must accompany each bid. which
will be forfeited to the State of Oregcn In
cane the lowest or accepted bidder falls to
enter Into contract, with good and sufficient
bands, within 10 days after the acceptance of
bid. The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. No bids will oe received after the
time specified, and bids not accompanied by
certlfied check and not on the blank forma
furnished or properly tilled out. will be re
jected. Attention Is especially directed to the
time In which said work must be completed,
and which must be fully compiled with. Ry
order of the Board of Capitol Building Com
missioners Of the State of Oregon. Walter
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Office Purchasing Commissary. San Frar.
clnco, Cal.. March 14, 1900. Sealed propo
sals for furnlshlnr and delivering of such
quantities of oubslstence supplies, delivered
at such wharf or wharves or such
warehouces In San Francisco. Cal.. as
per circular to be seen at this cfllce. will be
received here until 11 o'clock A. M.. Tues
day, March 27. 1000. and opened Immediately
thereafter la presence of bidders. Specifica
tions, general Instructions to bidders and
blank form of prpptwal will be furnished to
established dealers on application to W. II.
BALDWIN. Major and C. 5.. U. S. Army.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING QUAR
termaeter. Seattle. Wash.. March 14. 1000.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 4 P. M., Saturday, March
24, 1900. and then opened, for the sinking of
a well, four hundred feet deep, more or less,
at Fort Flagler. Wash. Full Information
furnished on application from this office. En
velopes containing proposals should be In
dorsed "Proposals for well," and addressed
to W. W. ROBINSON, JR., A. Q. M., U. 3.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING QUAR
termaster. Seattle. Wash.. March J5. 1900.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 A. M.. April 5. 1900, and
then opened, for the construction of a water
system at Fort Flagler. Washington. Full in
formation furnished on application from this
office. Envelopes containing proposals should
be Indorsed "Proposals for water system."
and addressed to W. W. ROBHSSON, JR.
Capt. and A. Q. M.. U. S. Army.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING QUAR
termaster, Seattle. Wasft.. March 14. 1900.
Sealed proposals will be received here until
11 A. M.. March 24. 1000. and then opened,
far larse quantities of lumber, sash. Ucom,
6tc, for shipment to Alaska. Full Informa
tion furnished on application to this office.
Envelopes containing proposals should be in
dorsed "Proposals for lumber, etc., for Alas
ka." and addressed to. CAPT. W. W. ROB
INSON. JR.. A. Q. M.. U. S. Army.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. BURKE BUILD
ing. Seattlf. Wash., February 26, 190C.
Ser.Ied proposals for clearing and excavat
ing at Bean Point, RIehs Passage. Wash.,
will be received here until 12 M., March 19,
1900. and then publicly opened. Information
furnished on application. Harry Taylor,
OFFICE OF THE OREGON & CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company Notice of Stockholders'
Meeting Stockholders are hereby notified that
the annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Oregon & California Railroad Company will
be held at the office of the company. 265
Washington street. In the City of Portland,
County of Multnomah, State of Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 10th day of April, 1900. at the
hour of 11 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year, and
the transaction of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting.
GEO. H. ANDREWS. Secretary.
Portland. Or.. March 10. 1900.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Dis
trict of Oregon Whereas, on the 19th day
of February. 1900. Isaac Gray. John II. Jones.
Fred Stewart Drew, Andrew Newberg. Buck
Sue, Lon Moore. Isaac Gray, jr.. John Creson,
Lew Haddle. William Hohback. Charles H.
Gllmore. W. Meaus. James L. Srrtlth. Walter
Suert. William Smith, George J. Epperly. Al'
bert Suen. Newton Hombuckle, Norman Ham
ilton and L. C Turner filed a libel In the Dis
trict Court of the United States for the Dis
trict of Oregon, against the steamer City
of Eugene, her boats, tackle, apparel and fur
niture. In a cause of contract for wages, civil
and maritime. And, whereas, by virtue of
process In due form of law, to me directed,
returnable on the 2d day cf April, 1900, I
have seized and taken the said steamer, and
have her In my custody. Notice Is hereby
given that a District Court will be held In
the United States Court room, in the City of
Portland, on the 2d day of April. 1900. at 10
o'clock A. M . for the trial of said premise',
and the owner or owners, nnd ill persons who
may have or claim any Interest, are hereby
cited to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid, to show ccuse. If any they have,
why a final decree should not pass as prayed.
ZOETH HOUSER, U. S. Marshal.
FOR SALE A WELL-ESTABLISHED, PROF
1 table machinery business; machine shop In
connection: good tools; can keep 10 men busy;
business can ba largely Increased. Address II.
H. Northup. Washington building. Portlano.
$50 BUYS A COMPLETE AND PROFITABLE
medicine business: suitable for either sex; ex
perience unnecessary; can be worked during
spare hours. California Medicine Co.. 406
Clay st.. San Francisco.
$12C0WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY
factory, doing a good business; the best ot
reasons given for selling. Address 823 River
side ave.. Spokane. Wash.
WANTED MANAGER FOR OREGON: PER
manent. paying business; $700 capital neces
sary: something new; merit. Herrlck. 1417
Brush at.. Oakland. Cat.
SPECLVLLY DESIRABLE EOARDING-
house. In good location, for sale on reason
able terms. B 58. care Oregonlan.
WILL SELL FOR CASH THE BEST FRUIT
and confectionery stat.d in town; waiting
room. Morrison-street bridge.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST-LOCATED
50-barreI flouring mills In the Willamette Vul
loy. S 23. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR RENT A LARGE HOTEL,
doing a flourishing business. Apply to E.
D. Boyd. Pendleton. Or.
Jennie W. Reich, palmist, advice on business,
politics, domestic affalu. anything palmistry
explains. 614 Second.
ROOMING-HOUSE. 17 FURNISHED ROOMS,
for sale: centrally located; good opportunity.
Inquire 122Vfc Fifth at.
FOR SALE LARGEST PHOTOGRAPH GAL
lery In Portland: fitted up; cheap for cash.
Z Q. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE SAW MILL AND TIMBER, TWO
miles north of Damascus. Wm. Rabencw. Da
FOR SALE ICE FACTORY: DOING GOOD
business. Address John Zeis. Corvallls. Or.
FOR SALE-A CANDY AND CIGAR STAND.
Inquire at 226 Main st.
Agricultural Implements, Machinery
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all klnCs. 190 Front.
RUSSELL . CO ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW
mills, threshers, horse-poxers. 324 Belmont.
JOHN POOLE: Newton wagoas. buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison t.
Edison's Star Photlcon Parlors. 272 Morrison.
9 A. M. to 10 P. M. Ladles, gents, children.
Art Good nnd Picture Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE. 307 WASHING
ten st.: great clearance sale; special- bargain.
Aasayers and Analyst
J. IL FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold dust bought. 2046 W ashlngtoa.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALY3T.
Gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
PORTLAND ASSAY OFFICE. 229 Stark st. As
saying and analytical work. Gold dust bought.
H. K. SARGENT; general practice: notary.
Phcne Hood 832. 718 Chamber ot Commerce.
S. H. GRUBER, Lawyer; mining, admiralty
and .coMectlons specialties. Commercial block.
J. W- RANSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
- counselor, Bates Bank bldg., Portland. Or.
JEFFREYS & WHITE, attorneys-at-law. prac
tice in all courts. 420 Commercial block.
E. W. BINGHAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. RE
moved to 61 Union block. 227 Stark.
GEO. W. HAZEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CUtt
611 Chamber of Commerce building.
PIPES &. TIFFT. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
711 Chamber of Commerce.
U. S. Bakery. Matschlner Bros., preps.; breads,
cakes, pies, pastry and crackers. 101 r. lttn,
Home Bakery & Delicate-Essen: Boston baked
beans, cooked delicacies. 187 4th. Tel. Hood
DEKUM Bathrooms: popular baths, masiagt.
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekum. Phone Red 2545.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tatl booksellers and stationers. 133-33 3d st.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder, office
and store fixtures. Ore. tel. 747. 2S5 Stark.
W. D. BERKEY. CARPENTER AND BU1LD
cr. general Job work, 300 First st.
Chin ex e nnd Japanese Goods.
SUN SOON HUIE & CO.: MATTINGS. TEAS,
chlnaware; paper napkins. 247 Yamhill.
Dr. Blng Chong, 191 24 st.; Chinese root medi
cines cure all diseases. Examination tree.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, room 301 Allssy
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ortg. pnone Grant lb.
L. MITCHELL, EXPERT CHIROPODIST. OF
flce 160 5th St., opp. postothce. Tel. Hood U14.
Mlia Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50
Union blk.. 1st nnd Stark. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
J. H. Cunningham. Civil and Hydraulic Eng'r;
U. S. Mineral Surveyor. 612 Cham, of Coin.
ALWAlb SEL THE BEST.
169 PARK ST.
He excites the wonder and admiration of the
men: skeptical: gtvco advice on love, business
and domestic trouble; unites the separated and
restores lost atfcctiun. If in aoubt, trouble or
adversity, call on this gifted medium, una he
will help you. Medium developed in from 3
to 0 montns. Hours, 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. La
dies, si; gentlemen, $2.
Cleaning and Dyeing.
French Cleaning & Dyeing Works; J. Delcau,
prop, .raone Ked W. 445 Glisan st.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OK
hided, pelts, furs. nool. mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general conunision
mcrcaam. Front sc. near Main. Portland, Or.
Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG it CO.. SHIP UROKERa'
and commission merchants, Sherlock building,
W. N. Sayre & Co., commission & produce tner
chants; advances on consignments. 146 Front.
ALLEN &. LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
ducts merchants. Front &. I) an.. Portland. Or.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
11. TUKE & CO.. 234 FRONT; FLOUR. HAY
produce, feed and groceries.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 265 Second street.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY: PURE BUTTER,
cream; bakery good. Both phuues. G. Q.
Majger. 429 Wawiingtoa.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory, H. Met2ger. pro
prietor, manufacturer curled hair and genuine
curled-hair mattresses. 236-228 Front st. Both
HENRY I'. O'CONNOR. D. M. D.. 602 MAlt
quam building, Morrison st., bit. uth and 7th.
DR. T. L. PERKINS, DENTIST, REMOVED
to room 17 Russel bldg.. 4th ana MOrnion.
DR. C. B. BROWN; tL Ure. Red 2MB; res.,
Whit 034. 514-15-10 Dekum building.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
MRS. CHAMBERS. MISS WILSON; EASTER
costumes, tailor-made suits. M2 Williams u.
MISS HAWKINS. LADIES' TAILOR AND
dressmaker; good fit guaranteed. 421 Wash.
Mrs .Sadie A. McKlbben. modiste; Easter cos
tumes a specialty. 3722 East Jlorridon.
Dycinsc and Clean In p.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner. 3ul 17th. Telepaoae Red 1.11.
PERNIN SHORTHAND AWARDED WORLD'S
Fair medal and diploma. Simplest, most leg
ible. Bookkeeping taught. Day and nlgnt.
Ptrnln Shorthand School, 211 Oregonlan.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong. Prin.. 3. A. Wescc.
Sec Open all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COi
Pge. 414 Yamhill at. Engllsc course: com
mercial and shorthand counei. Send for cat
alogue. Electric Belts.
DR. SCHRAMECK'S ELECTRIC BELTS ARE
the best: examine 5 belu. 270J4 Front st.
Fence auit Nvire U urU,
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works; A. Carlson, 25U East Morrison t.
Priestly A Mullln. fine groceries, fiour. feed,
delivered. Tel. Ore, Black 2S13. 160 Porter.
Guns, Fishina; Tackle, Sport's: Goodn.
H. Beat; guns, fishing tackle, sporting goods
and cutlery. 40& Third ot.. Portland. Or.
Hariios and haddlc.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. HAR
ness and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, find
ings and shoe store supplies. 73 Front st.
THE GEOKGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
isle kaddlers and harness manufacturers.
:atber and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT. KING OF
all health foods. Said by all grocers.
TREMONT HOUSE: newly furnished rooms.
$1.50 a week up. J. E. Clark. 3434 Everett-
Seamless h&3lery: Winona Mills. N. Y.: Street U
Sons, General Salesmen, S24 14, sear Clay.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FUIB .UN'S. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd &. Arnola. General Agents.
Iron Founders and Machinists.
Smith lc Watson Iron Works; engines and boll
en': logging engines a specialty; quartz and
sa-v mills; mlsc machinery. Frcnt and Hall.
CITY FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS. J.
Honeyman Co.. engines, boilers, saw mill and
mining machinery, 301 Front st.
Willamette Iron & Steel Works: James Lotan.
mcr.: Iron-workers, steamboat bldrs. Portlard.
CLEARANCE SALE. 30 DAYS. JAPANESE
gosd3. bamboo furniture. 311 Morrison.
Lac curtains cf all Jclnds cleaned and reCn
istcd. 423 Wash. Phone Brown 170. Ref nces.
Ladles' Furniahlnsr Goods.
SPECIAL PETTICOAT SALE MON.. TUES..
Wd.. BA: each. Orbss & Weltgen. 214 First.
Iron Founder. Mach'sta, Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works; designers and
mfra. of dhlps. steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery: riveted steel plpe-
Stephan's Dressmaking Establishment, for even
inn gowns, tailor-made suits, etc. 2S9 Alder.
LADDERS OF ALL KINDS. AND KITCHEN
conveniences. Cor. East Sixth and Oak.
J. A. REID. mfr- boot and shoe uppers: full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Washington st.
Liquor nnd Tohncco Institutes.
Keeley Institute. 314 6th. cures liquor, opium
and tr.bacco addiction. No other In State.
WELTMER METHOD. ALISKY BLOCK,
room 315. Third and Morrison.
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE
opjned, 13H5 4th; formerly "The Nelson"; tub
and vapor baths, massage. Tel. Red 421.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage at 313 Washington street, room 3S.
Marble and Granite Worlcs.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
lte and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 20S 1st.
L. GOLDSTIEN. FIRST - CLASS TAILOR;
fine spring goods to order, reasonable. 185 4th.
MRS. EnL. GRADUATE MIDWIFE. 124
North 14th st. Telephone West 667.
SUMPTER GAIL BOROEN CONSISTS OF
six quartz nnd one placer claim on Cracker
Creek, adjoining North Pole mill. Large and
rich deposits of ore are known to exist and
are In plain sight, tcgether with water rights
ditches. In .in old and well-known property
and no great outlay necessary to make. It a
producer. 25.000 shares treasury stock (first
Issue) offered at $20 per thousand. Systemat
ic development work to begin ot once. A
portion of this issue is already subscribed
for. and atDlIcatIcns will be filed In their
order. E. A. Clem & Co.. 515 and 516 Orego
SUMPTER. BURNT RIVER AND BOHEMIA
mining shares a specialty In lots of fn) to
1000 shares. Chance for a quick turn; call
and see us or address J. H. Mar&hall &. Co..
mining brokers, 318 Oregonlan building. Tort
GOLCONDA MINING COMPANY, OFFICE
Chamber of Commerce balldlng. next to safe
deposit vault. A limited amount of stock
of this company for ale. For particulars,
apply to J. A. Arment. assistant secretary.
MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS;
test ore', all kinds; gold. $1.50: silver, $1.30.
Send for full particulars. t2 First st.
FREE BOOKS: ALL ABOUT CAPE NOME.
TATUM & BOWEN. 29 to 33 First t.
NOTICE DR. PAUL CROMWELL, THE COL
ored specialist, will now give people a chance
to get well All persons residing In city, treat
ment by week, $3. To stay at sanitarium, $2
per day. Persons of moderate means will Ilka
to take advantage of this offer, for one month
only. 171 Green ave. Take Washington and
Dr. Flora A. Brown; dleea3es of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 51 7-.,18 The Dekum. Portland. Or.
Greek Rheumatic Specific, guaranteed to cure
rheumatism. L. T. Lewis, 2524 Washington.
Violin, viola, cornet lessons; music furnished:
Italian strings and old violins for sale. Emll
Thlelhom. M. P. S. Orch.. 269 Jefferson. TeL
Lessons 50c: piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 1044 1st.
DR. W. A ROGERS, OSTEOPATH. SUITE
533 Marquam bldg.; acute and chronic dis
eases. Ladles wishing lady operator will be
attended by Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks, graduate
under Dr. A. T. Still, founder ot Osteopathy.
Phone Main 27.
DRS. NORTHRUP & ALKIRE, OSTEOPATHS,
suite 416 The Dekum. Nervous and chronic
diseases a. specialty. Home treatment If de
sired. Phono Main 349.
DP.. L. B. SMITH, PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suit 409 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 421.
MRS. DR. C. J. RAMSEY. OSTEOPATHIST.
suite 41G The Dekum building; diseases of
women a specialty; examinations free. Phone
Oreuron favi Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Heulta
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:20 P. M.
Miss Marie White, scientific palmist, reads past
and future correctly. Lewis bldg.. room 6S.
T J. GEISLER, C10-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent office.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALE
and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Gol.Ien Private Hospital. 211 Sherman; cancer,
catarrh, etc; 1 month: guaranteed treatment;
$1; home for ladles during confinement.
Real Estate, Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; E3TAB
llshed IS00. 227 Stark st
Strouss's Cafe; best 25c meat; famous coffee and
cake. 10c. 222 Washington, bet. 1st and 2d.
Ill dins Academies.
Portland Riding Academy; drst-clara establUh.;
private & class lessons. 19th and N. Tel. 973.
Portland Riding Club; fine livery, boarding,
saddle horses specialty. Park and Jefferson.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEP-T.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. 06 3d.
OPENING LOCKOUTS. AND REPAIRERS.
Dllg i Vlerlck. Allsky bldg.. 3d & Morrison.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Chrlstenson-McMaster Machinery Co.: new
second-hand machinery. aWawAP Tpr't.
Stornare and Transfer.
SAKIiS. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. OUen. 128 First.
Tel. olfice. Main IUS7: Black 801.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Krd Bicker sorehou. 31 North Front.
We buy everything, clotnlrg, furniture, etc Call
or address 32 Third st. Telephone Hood CS5.
Showcases nnd Store Kiictnres.
DIXV. RORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
Westacott Knight, syrup refiners, mfgr. gro
cers; both ptonca. E. Alder and E. Morrison.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOU3E.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attenUcn given to coumry consign
ment. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia C78.
Tents and AvrninsrH.
TENTS. AWNINGS AND CAMP FURNITURE
for rint or sale. Pike's Factory. 107 N. 3d.
Stoves, Ranges, Household Hnrdware
LOWENBEP.G & GOING CO.. MFRS. OF
stover, ranges and hollowware; wholesale
sheet metals, shet steel, camp and oil stoves,
housefumlshtng hardware. 2d and Taylor.
Hardware. st:e sgt. Universal Moves & ranges;
housefumlsh'ng goods. J J. Kaddcrly, 141 1st.
Air-Tight Stove Mfg. Co.; Cape Nome stows,
tlnsmithlng. Front Sz. Columbia. Tel. .N. 336.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLE3ALB
drumr-sts. corner Fourth and Wanhlncton.
ALLEN JLXWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Frcnt and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and jsvchlc life-reader, consult her on btisl
niw arralrn. lo-e troubles, absent friends:
good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c anf
up. 167 First street, office 7 and 8.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THX'
year when all leading everts In life take place;
past and future readier. 50c. 2H5VI- First Bt.
MRS. ELSIE REYNOLVii. MATERIALIZING
ser.r.c. Friday and S-mrtay evening. 317
Taylor St.. $1; ladies. 50c.
MRS. C CORNELIUS TEST MEDIUM: SIT
tings dally. Allsky bldg. Third and Morrison.
Mrs. J. A. Smith, meuium. masr.tlc heAIert
ross read. Rcoma 8 and 9. 22S,,2 Washington.
Wood and Conl.
OAK WOOD. 54.73; SAWFD. FIR. $3.23.
Nlcfcum. 342 Water. Both phones.
"Wall Paper and I'nintn.
STKOWBRIDGE PAINT OIL CO.; WALI
paper sash, decrs. builders' hardware. 12!
F. BOCKMAN. PAINTING. KALSOMINING,
pap-r-hcr.slrg. Ore. tel. Ru COt. 269 KusselL
INDIAN CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
The wonderful, gifted Indian nrjuaw. bora
with two veils over face, tells, from cradle ti
grave, past, present, future, and rwcrets re
vealedt warns against misfortune; sure guln
to social and business success, r.e.ih all Ulj
eas.s by the use of Indian herbs. Mrs. Pro'.
Wheatly-Howe. Separate parlor for ladle
and gentlemen. Strictly confidential. 271 5th
st.. ppposlte City Hall. No stairs to clltrb.
27 women wanted suffering frcm Irregu'ar. pain
ful or stoppage of periods; leucorrhoea
whites), and all complicated disease pertain
ing to change! of life, cured by old Dr. Kea
ler. cor. second and Yanihlh sts. 329 women
called last month. Consultation free, and pri
vate rocms for ladles. If can't call, write,
lr.clojlnsr 10 2c stamps. Hundreds treated at
home by his ncv system.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. sponge, press and deliver en- suit cf
your clothing each week, sew on bu-tjns. ssv
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, s-:iam
cleaning and repairing. Unique TallOLr Cx.
347 Washington, both Bhone.
ILLOND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES FOR
prevention of dlreaee. The bst ontlseptl .
No failure. Sent to ar.v address; per box,
$1 50: samples. lCc. Ulond Chem. Co.. P. O.
Box 971. Portland.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nprve Globules. One month's treatment
$2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
mail. Agents. Woodard & Clarke. Portland.
WE PRINT SO FINE VISITING CARDS. 23c7
50, 35c. 250 business cards. $1: 500, $1 60,
Brown & Schmale. 229 1st 3t.
COMMON SENSE BEAUTY PARLORS: FA
cla! blemishes removed by electric:-. Lewis
building. Park and Morrbon.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 105 4TIT.
Phone Clay 041. Wheels called for. delivered.
CUT RATES Oregon Dye Works: cleaning and
dyeing. Burnlde. near Sth. Tel. Red 2003.
Otto Kllngbell. magnetic healer. 307 East Sixth
at., treats any slsknewi Ore phcne Scott C03.
Mrs. Dr. McCov. electric treatments. La Porto
House, cor. Third and Yamhill uts.. room 11.
Ladle Free, harmlefs monthly regulator: can
not fall. Mrs. B. Rowan. Milwaukee. Wis.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND GEN
tlcmen. Apply at room 45 Labbe bulldlrg.
ELECTRIC HUNDRY REMOVLD TO 120
Fifth st. Both phones. Give us a trial.
LADY. YOU GET RED STAMPS AT CLEM
enson's drug store. 227 Yamhill street.
W"ULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND
stamp to lock-box 660. Portland. Or.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted-
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L-P1TTOCK, A. S. NICHOLS Vice-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTGCK. J. O. GOLTRA. .. Secretary
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. K. WITHINGTON
Assistant Ca.-hler J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVCKM
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europ
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago. St. Louis. St
Paul, Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points la the Northwest.
Sight and time hills drawn In sums to suit m
London. Faris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Matn.
Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen. Christi
anla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mcscow. Zu
Collections made on favorable tHrnw.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Intercit aUowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit isnied available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold en New York. Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho, lion
tana anl British Columbia.
Exchange sold op London, Paris. Berlin,
Fntnkfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $0.250.C0O
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRKS1DKN C
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. M. DOOLEY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
Gneral Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
able In all pans of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON Presldsrf
R. L. DURHAM Vlce-Presldenc
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Iswcd. available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Geld dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2.450GO
Head Office. 73 Lombard street. London.
Tnls bank tranoac's a general banking and
exchange business; makes lonrts. discounts bills
and Issues commercial and travelers' credits.
available In any city In the v-orM.
Chamlwr of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH. M.fag5r.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak sts.
J. C. AINSWORTH. Pres.; W. W. PHILLIPS.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe. Also facilities for telegraph!?
transfer!. Collections made on favorable ternu
on all accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Conr-cu.tl with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Buslne&s.
Drafts issued available In all cities ct the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB ICAMM
Cashier F. C MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
CAPITAL , $3.000.COO
Head Ofllce, CO Lombard street, London.
Com'! block, 244 Washington ct.. Portland.
R. LEA BARNES. Manager.