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THE M0K2SING OREGONI&N, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,, 1900.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. 21. 8 P. IE Maximum
temperature C9; minimum. temperature, 56;
river reading si II A. M.. 2.7 root; .change la
the rast 4 hours. 0.0: total precipitation, 5
P. M. to 5 P- M-. trace: total jiredplta tlon
since Sept 1. 3900, 1.82 inches: normal precip
itation since Sept. 1, 1900. 1.02 Inches; excess,
0.80 Inch, total sunshine Sept. 20. 1:00; pos
sible sunshine Sept. 20, 12:18.
2 2 -
Kamloons, B. C.
Nfh Bay .......
Bed Bluff .......
Roseburg fc. ......
San Francinco ..,
Walla, "Walla ....
,.. Ct 0.00
10INE i Clear
..920.bo 8 NW ;Clcar
iii'io ooqi4 w iciear
It TV c-jouar
The area or nigh pressure yesterday evening
Dtt the mouth of the Columbia River has re
mained nearly stationary during tho last 24
hours. The ircssure continues low over the
central -vallers of California. Light rain fell
along: the Washington Coast today, but else
where In the .North Pacific States fair weather
has prevailed. Nearly scasonablo tempera
tures jjrcvall In this district. Over California
it Is unseasonably warm. The Indications are
tor iair weather during the next 24 hours In
Oregon, "Washington and Idaho.
Forecasts made at Portland -for the 2S hours
ending at midnight Saturday, Sept. 22:
Oregon, Washington and Idaho Fair; varia
ble winds, mostly northerly west of the Cas
cades. Portland and vicinity Fair; northerly winds.
CALVIN HETLIG. "Manager.
One wcefcv beginning Monday, Sept. 17 (Mati
nees Wcdnesdav Thursday and Saturday).
JAMES NEILL AND THE INCOMPARABLE
Xn & repertoire of the latest New York suc
cesses. Evening Price Lower floor. $1: balcony,
-first 6 rows. 75c; balcony, iast C rows. 50c;
sailer'. 23c; boxes and loges, $7.50. Matinee
Prices (except Thursday Matinee) Lower floor,
7Ccj entire balcony. 80s; gallery, 25c.
Seats now on sale.
One week, commencing Sunday, Sept. 23 (Mat
WHITING AND WILLIS' COMEDIANS.
Presenting a New. Novel. Wolrd and Mystical
Musical Absurdity; WITH A PLOT,
"A HINDOO HOODOO,"
-A HINDOO HOODOO."
"A HINDOO HOODOOJ
With the original New York Cast, headed by
Anna Boyd. -Geo. Larsen. Mattle Lockette.
CALVIN HEILIG. Mgr.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25, 26,
HOYTS "A TEXAS STEER."
All America applauded the play.
Florence Rowland -as Bossy Branaer: James
R. McCann as Maverick Brander; Will H. Bray
as the Minister to Dahomey. The original
"Texas steer" Quartet and an ATI-Star- Com
pany. PRICES Lower floor, except laei 3 rows. 51 ;
last 3 rows. 75c: balcony, first 6 rows, 75c; last
Q rows, 50c; gallery. 25c. Seats now selling.
SEVENTH AND ALDER.
ANOTHER GREAT SHOW.
THE GREAT TRAVELLE,
Sbadowlst and Pantomlmlst.
ORO. BELL & ORO,
The Great Chinese Team.
CAMMETTA. Illustrated Songs.
AUCTION SAXES TODAY.
Real estate. Courthouse, 10 A. M. S. L. N.
CAMELXA CHAPTER. Na 7. O,
E. S. A stated communication this
(Saturday) wenlng at 7:30 o'clock
In Hill's Hall. Upper Alblna. By or
der W. M.
nellie Mckinley, sec
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 40.
A. F. & A. M. Special meeting thla
(Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Work In E. A. decree. All Master
Masons Invited. By order of the
W. M. J. A. NEWELL, Sec.
ELIZA. SPAL'LDING CABIN. NO. 1. NA
TIVE DAUGHTERS, will meet this (Satur
day) evening at 7:30 o'clock at Auditorium.
Hall, "Third St., near Taylor.
PEARL SNOW. Sec
BOWMAN In this city. Sept. 20. 1000. Richard
W. Bowman, ared 49 Tear?, 10 months and
Id days. Funeral from Flnley, Kimball &
Co.s chapel Sunday at 2 P. 34. Friends in
vited. EUWABD ItOLSJAN, tlnderta'ker.4th
and Yamhill vts. Renn Stf nson, lady
assistant. Both phones 5e. tfOT.
Plnle3v Kimball & Co.. Undertakers.
Lady asftlatant. 275 Third t. Tel. 9.
P. S. Dunning;, Undertaker. 414 Enert
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both iihones.
Floral pieces; cat flower. Clarke
Bros., 289 Morrison. Both phone.
A large .lino of tbo best and latest styles,
Russian Iron, 18-ln.. $3; 24-ln., $4; 2t-in.,
The "Homefurnlsher, 173-175 First st. N. W.
ncr0 -ANOTHF ' GS .,,T ,v 1(,
oxes. 13 lbs. net. only 50c. We. roast both
Java and Mocha todays very best, only 5c
ler lb.; sold at 25c ier lb. elsewhere. Tea
is our main hobby; we can sell a 00c lb. tea
for 40c. as wo dp not have to depend on
teas and coffees to make, ends meet. We
have a thousand ana on6 articles to figure
on. Hewitt will out you up a blend of tea
at 40c per lb. that is really worth $1 a lb,;
once used, always used. Parties attending
Cllnrnn big sale should cross the street and
get a sound of both tea and coffee. It will
pleate. City Grocery Co.. A1Z Washington
st. Clay 007; Columbia 3. Only one store.
On imprpva city nd ittrm property, at low
curwnt rates. Building loan. Installment
:atu. Ucmater 2Mrrll. 311 WorretUr blk.
la offcid for the apprehension And conviction
of the murderer or murderers of H. R. Dlckel.
Minerva Lodge. No. 19, I. O. Q F. By order
of Emll Frey, -N. G.
Butter ..-..v. ...v......v...... 55c and 00c
Extra choice butter 45c
Dairy butter .... 35c and 40a
Fresh ranch eggs ...........................
New mild cheese. 2 Iba 25c
Ltmburgor cheese .......25c
Cream clioese. Swiss and Edam...
Alt goods retailed at wholesale prices. Re
member the rblcken sale on Saturday.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY CO.. 204 Yamhill.
Choice Real Estate at Auction
Lot 1, with dwelling, and lota 2, a and 4,
in block 118. on Front st., between Montgom
ery sad Harrison sts.. taiown as the Walling
property, will bo sold at the Courthouse on
Saturday next, Sept. 12, 1000, at 10 A. M.
J. C. MORELAND. Administrator.
-S; L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Large, fat SpringcMckens.y.V.
...20e to 25c
.... 25e im
-M.t. -wia. nens .....
With all orders of groceries of $2 and xa
we giro n large Spring chicken for your Sun-
PORTIAND MARKET CO.. 170 Third st.
Oetlverrto any -part of the city.
NEW SEASON SALT FISH HAVE ARRIVED
Columbia River salt salmon, big and fat 3
Us., 25c; Alaska herring, 15a daz.; nice. lat
mackerel, 10c aleca, or 2 fish for 13c;
white-strip .codfisa, 3 lbs., 25c Oregon Cash
Grocery, 232 North 14th st.
12 CANS DEVILED HAM. '45c: 7 LBS. ARM
and Hammer soda. 25c; Schillings' baking
powder. 1-lb. can. 35c; -lb. can, 20e; 12-lb
box soda crackers. 55c; C bars Babbitt' llcst
soap, 25c McKlnnon Gtocery Co. 173 Third
FOR SALE; REAL ESTATE.
I HAVE ONE NICE LOT ON EAST BURN
slde and 22d sts. at J600. on which I will
build you a house to suit and sell you hbusd
and lot at a bargain; small cash payment,
balance monthly or to suit. Datnmeter, 511
FOR SALE. RIVER FRONT. TO SETTLE
estate, containing- over two acres, fronting.
205 feet on Willamette, River; also on P. Wl
V. Railway and Macadam road, adjoining
manufactures. For further information 'call
or address 99& Front street.
VERY CHOICE SUBURBAN HOME. OF 0
lota, with excellent new 8-room house and
stable, family orchard, etc.; not far out;
commands charmln? view; price very low;
terms easy. Riggen Real Estate Co.. 80-31
MORTGAGE PROPERTY. BOUGHT IN AT
foreclosure sales. In city and various parts
of Oregon, far sale at great bargains Call
at my fltw offlco. COT Chambr Commerce
building, George W. Haren. .
A SNAP-FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST
quarter blocks In the city; two "blocks from
City Hall, on Fourth st.; pays 10 per cent
on 12,000; will sell for $11,500. No Josh.
N li3. care Oregonian.-
$3000 WEST SLOPE MOUNT TABOR: OVER
2 acres and 7-room house; very destrablb
home: best buy !n Portland's best suburb.
Hart Land Co.. 107 Sherlock building.
80 acres. 12 miles from Vancouver; 6 culti
vated, 25 pasture: house, barn. well, orchard,
springs, stock, tools; $500. -C 102, Oregontah.
WE "SELL THE EARTH" AND .BUILD
houses. See us about It 718 Chamber or
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALS.
Los Angeles Rabblfcrj-. GDI Oregon st, Port
land: low prices. Prince Yukon. Jr.. fee 510
WASTED REAL ESTATE.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOT. CENTRAL
Alblna, near car line; cash. Address or call
100 Park st. ,
5 TO 7-ROOM HOUSE. EAST OR WEST
Side; pay cash. 012 Commercial block.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR -SALE THE SUBMERGED FOUR
ir.asted steel ship Andelana. lying in Ta
coma harbor: also scows, lighters. . shears,
diving gear, engines, cable and other wreck
ing appliances Address all communications
to C. L. Parker. Sec'y, rooms 40-41 Haller
block, Seattle. Wash.
FOR SALE FOR $75; CONCERT GRAND
Knabe piano; good condition, fine lone: cost
$750; parties leaving city. Call 232 Lincoln
St., or address II 3, care Orcgonlan.
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS REM.. $30;
UenBmore, $30; Yost. $25; Smith, $40: Bar
Lock. $25; Rem. Sho.. nearly now, $40; Bllcie,
$25. Coast Agoncy Co., 2604 Stark.
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN; LARGE BLACK
horse, Altamont stock, trained to saddle or
liarness; C years old, and speedy. Can be
seen at stable, 19th and Northrup.
LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES, HARNESS,
raddles, new and second-hand;, must go in 30
days. S. Tomllnt-on. till Washington st.
FOR BEST FIR. OAR. AND ASH WOOD GO
to Ploncr Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st.
SPAN OF HORSES. WEIGHT 3000; ALSO
several small horses for sale cheap. 3SS
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE BY L. O.
Ralston. Barn, C37 Jefferson; residence, 603
Chlckering piano $125, cost $G0O; one $40, Kim
ball organ $35. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st, up
stairs. Magic lanterns, new. second-hano. moving pie
tures. Bullard & Brack. 13r Post. San Fran.
GOOD SECOND-HAND DDNSMORE TYPE
wrlter and Jetter-prcss. chy 114 First st.
10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKERt $2 CASH,
balance $2- per month.- Cas Co.; 174 Fifth st
SQUARE PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP. CALL
and see it 110 Union ave., cor. "East Ald?r.
SOLTD GOLD RINGS. ONLY- $1; GUARAN
teed. TJnclc Myers. H3 Third, near Alder.
COCKER SPANIEL PUPS FOR SALE,
cheap. Address E 5. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FRESH MILCH COWS. IN
qulre of W. W. Irvln. Aurora, Or.
FOR SAL1S FARaiS,
FOR SALE A GOOD FARM AND STOCK
ranch, consisting ot 1000 acres of good land
all in one body and under x goodfepce,
thero are also good cross-fe.tres on the" place;
there are about 75 acres of jlne timber on
the place: there is n. good creek running
through the place, which flows plenty of
water, besides numerous springs: the ranch
grows an abundance of grass, and is capable
of keenlnc 150 head of cattle, besides other
domestic animals; there is a fine house of
8 rooms, and a pantry, which Is newly
made and well finished; there is a stone tel
ler, with cement floor, which has a fine
storeroom overhead; there are also two good
barns on the piace. capable of holding 0 to
100 tons of ha?, besides iheda for wagons
andbarneBSttheralsagood granary and oth
er outbuildings. This ranch Is one mile from
Fossil, tho county seat of Wheeler county,
which has a No. 1 school, with nine grades.
There Isn't a "better stock ranch In Oregoh
for its size. - This will be sold on reasonable
terms to suit the purchaser, .there Is also a
fine orchard on the place, which bears
heavily. The house is well furnished, and
the rurchaser can buy the furniture for a
nominal flgure. Any ono desiring further In
formation can apply by letter or person to
Ed C ummlngs. Fossil, Wheeler. Co., Or.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
163 acrea In Lane County; orchard, good
buildings; 30 acres river b Uom; balance
timber and open hills.
160 acres In Jack'on County. Oregon; or
chard, about 40 Improved: oa line of Gold
Hill High Line ditch.
1C0 acres in Lincoln" County, Oregon, 3 miles
from Tolsdo, the county seat. For further
particulars, address P. O. box 103 Halcey, Or.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 8T9 ACRES
for sale; well watered, good soil; 30 acres
bearing on hard; only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas County. Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Companyf San Francisco, Cal.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE Hi ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaater
& Birrell, 311 Worcester Block.
1C0 ACRES, 35 MILES SOUTHEAST F
Portland: must be sold by 1st; good, title:
$.T00. 353 East 11th st.
HELP WANTED MA MB.
6 CARPENTERS $!. ONE AT ?2.50; HELP
ers, $2: metal polisher. $2.50: bueiers. $2.25
to $2.50; rigging rustlers, $2.25. 2 at $00;
swampers, $2; woodchoppers. SOo, S5c, $1;
tally man, $2: -mill and yard hands, $1.50,
S1.65, $1.75, $2; man and wife, cooks, E. O.,
$30; 3 men and wives. farniF. $30: wood
machine hands and cab'netmakers: laborers.
$2; rock, men. $2 to $2 25; cooks, waiters,
porters, dishwashers, plenty t ." work. Cana
dian Agency, 226J4 Morrison, Loggers' Head
quarters. WANTED MAN. UPRIGHT CHARACTER,
to manage business of old-estab'Uhed house;
salary $18 per -vsoek and expenses payable
each week direct from hadiuarters. Ex
pense money advanced. Position permanent.
Reference. Standard House, 301 Caxton
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN WITH
some knowledge or music to introduce a per
fect method of teaching musls, strictly "by
note without a teacher; demand great; profit
big: work easy; only hustlers need address.
M 1, care Oregonlan.
WANTED A FEW GOOD MACHINE MEN;
also a few cabinet-makers. Apply Doernbech
er Mfg.. Co.. East 2Sth and O. R. & N. Rail
way. COLUMBUS CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT:
P. Loratl. 148 Fourth. Headquarters for
cooks, waiters, bartenders. Tel. Main 75L
WANTED LADY CLOTHES IRONERS;
also mangle hands and experienced starch
ers. Apply -Electric Laundry, 120 Fifth st.
COATMAKER WANTED: ALSO TAILOR
for small Jobs; coats from $8 up; pants, $3.
Address A. "Schwartz, Pendletbn, Or.
WAVTED FIRST-CLASS GROt'ERY SALES
aiani one who is accustomed to handling
city trad. F 1, care Oregonlan.
WANTED STRONG BOY. OVER 18: STEADY
work and good wagea. 120 Union ave.. East
FOUR MEN AND TEAMS. CITY. $4: & OAR
penters, $S. -Canadian Agency,' 226 'Mor
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED SECOND COOK (Al). QUICK
Ehort-order. $50;. call by 8 A. "M. if possible
Also farm hands, cooks, loggers. Drake, la2
First. Tell Al Howells, call.
A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS SOME KNOWL
edge of typewriting and stenography; state
age, experience, references and talary ex
pected. S 3, Orcgohian."
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR FOR ESTAH
Uriied labor paper with large circulation; spot
cash commission. Commoner Pub. Co., 149V5
WANTED-MAN EXPERIENCED IN MAK
4ng composition Tor" sulphur and parlor
matches; steady employment. C 4, care Ore
COBlan. WANTED FTRSTJCLASS FtmNITURE AND
carpet salesman. Address U 1, caro Orego
nlan. BARBERS, send to G. N. W. Wilson Co..
Barber Supplies, for their 'new- price list.
WANTBD-MEN FOR COLUMBIA QUARRY;
wages $2 and $2,25 per day. , 03 First st.
UPHOLSTERER AND MATTRESSMAKER
wanted. Apply 49 Upton ave.
WANTED TWO BOYS; STEADY WORIC 55
EIRST-CT.APS "CUTTER. THE J. it. ACHE
son Tailoring Co. 0
boys Wanted, 102 first St.; good
GOOD BARBER WANTED. 200 THIRD ST.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WAITRESSES, CHAMBERMAIDS. COOKS,
laundry help, hotels, B.-H.. and restaurants,
city and country; nurse girls, second work;
day work, and your choice of housework, city
and out, $12 to $25 See us before you de
cide. Canadian Parlors, 22ft Morrison.
Learn tho celebrated Pernln Shorthand. Ono
ot our students recently wrote 83 words par
minute after four woeks. Behnke's Pernln
Shorthand & Commercial College, 014 Com
WANTED AN ELDERLY WOMAN (GER
man preferred) as housekeeper for widower
with two children: Hrht work: very moder
ate mean. Address box 54, La Camas, Wash.
WANTED LADY CLOTHES IRONERS;
also mangle hands and experienced starch
ers. Apply Electric Laundry. 120 Fifth st.
WANTED CHAMBERMAIDS, WAITRESSES.
city and out; E. Ore. hotel. $5 wk (fare); 100
domestics, etc. R. G. Drake, 152 First.
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED AT MRS.
W. S. Ladd's, between Jefferson and Colum
bia "and Sixth and Seventh sts.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. to go to Baker City. Or. Apply 555
Seventh, cor. Lincoln.
MILLINER WANTED; MUST BE AN EX
perlenced hat trlmmtr. Apply at millinery
t store, 111 Grand ave.
WANTED A GIRL FOR COOKING. GEN-
eral housework: small family; good wages.
402 Taylor st.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED; EXPERIENCED
girl, Call today, Tho Vendome, cor. 13th and
WANTED YOUNG WOMAN WHO CAN SEW
and press; good wages. Call 03 10th, near
WANTED IRONERS FOR LADIES'
clothes, at Union Laundry Co.. 53 Randolph
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: German preferred. Call at California
GIRl, FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
four in family; wages $15 to $20. 190 North
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
also younp girl as nurso. 235 Stout, cor.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family; references. Call 227 AVhitaker.
GIRL TO DO COOKING AND GENERAL
housework in a small family. 471 Main st.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply 58 North 20th st.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK. AF
ply 700 Flanders, between 21st and 22d
405 FOURTH ST..' 5 R.', $12.50. R. G. DRAKE,
152 First. Houses, c(c, also wanted.
WOMAN-TO ASSIST IN GENERA HOUSE
work;'good trages." -Call"03 lltlrst.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 243 LIN
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION;
the greatest agents' seller ever produced;
every .Ufier of pen and Ink buys It on sight;
200 to COO per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to $020 in six days; another, 32 In
two hours. Monroe Mnfg. Co., X 44, La
SITUATION W NTRD MALE.
YOUNG MAN ATTENDING BUSINESS COL
lego wants -to work, outside of school hours,
for his board and lodging; willing and In
dustrious. Address F 3, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION BY RAPID, ACCURATE. EXPE
rlcnced stenographer and bookkeepor; 12
years' law, railroad, mercantile work. B 4,
WANTED STEADY POSITION IN LAUN
dry, by first-class engineer and washer; Al
references. Address D 3, caro Oregonlan,.
JAPANESE, COOD YOUNG BOY, WANTS
position in any place, do housework, help
cook. G 1, cans Oregonlan.
BY YOUNG MAN. STRONG AND WILLING,
work of any kind. U 2, carfc Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED AS ASSAYER. AD
dress K 4, care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
COMITSTKNT LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter desires rosltlon; beat, city refer
ences. J 3, care Oregonlan.
$25 to $50 dally easily made by our live agents,
men or women, selling our latest Novelty,
Campaign Waterproof Neckties. Goods entire
ly new and'patented. Agents delighted. Sales
unlimited. What, others do. you can do. Time
Is short. Write today and secure exclusive
territory. Guaranteed bestseller. Address, with
Jtamp. M. & M. Mfg. Co.. Dept. C, Spring
PORTRAITS OF MoKINLEY AND BRYAN,
also Roosevelt as Rough Rider, handsomely
mounted In Colored Card Board Frames, size
15x20. Send 25- cfrnts for sample outfit and
terms to agents. Eugene -Carralne, Dept. 1,
1Q20 and 1C22 Mifflin ht., Philadelphia, Pa.
Wanted Bright man or woman to take agency
in Portland for "Perfected Oxygenor King."
Good proposition, right person Particulars,
Washington Cxygenor Co.. Seattle, Wash.
AGENTS AT ONCE; TO HANDLE EASY
selllng article; good commission. Call 7 to
9 P. M.. 54 Sixth st.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT WITH VIEW TO PUIl
chase; a ,houso of not less than 4 rooms, with
ono or two acres of land, not more than
Ave miles from Portland, near car .line or
Willamette River. Address box 05, Oswego,
GENTLEMAN WISHES NICELY FURNISH
ed.room; alcove preferred; with good homo
coo'klng; willlns to pay for flrst-clas3 ac
commodations. D 4. caro Orcgonlan.
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD IN PRI
vate family. Address, stating price, O 8,
ADDRESS WANTED $25 REWARD THE
above reward will bo paid for the address
of Mrs. Ollle Aldrich. who Is needed in tho
settlement of an estate. Address Jay A.
HIndman, Hartford City. Ind.
WANTED A TAILOR - MADE SUIT OF
clothes in exchange for a gold watch. Ad
dress B 145. care Oregonlan.
WANTED STRICTLY FRESH RANCH
eggs, at Kruse's Grlll-Room, Stark st, oppo
site Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED SECOND - HAND DELIVERY
wagon and bore, 1200 pounds. Address E 1,
WANTED GOOD. SMALL SECOND-HAND
safe; state size and price. P. O. box 1C5,
WANTED FURNITURE , FOR LIGHT
nouseKeeping. Auarpss cj 3, care Orcgonlan.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT MAINE 6 AN
Office, 70 N. 3d st. Oregon phono Clay 0S2.
WANTED SECOND - HAND INVALID
chair; state price. K-l, caro Oregonlan.
THE SPALDING, S. B. COR. PARK ANli
Alder st. Under the" management of the
owner. Helen F. Spalding Tho most complete
apartmnt-housa in th Northwest; eholca
"rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife:
furnished houwltceplB' .suites a specialty.
THE PL EAK ANTON. 283 THIRD ST. KINK
furnished rooms, en suite, single, or house
.keeplng sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
mo3t 'reasonable terms: 'transient soHclted.
FOR. RENT T.ATGE. AERY ALCOVE ROOM:
hot and coid rnnntnr' water, with use of
bath; Fultabln for two younc men; conven
ient location. 195 10th st.
The La Porte. 170 8a. cor. Yamhill. First
class, clean, neat rOatn'n, $1.25 per week up;
transient. 25c day upr transient solicited.
TfE NEWCASTLE, S SL -COR,.THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rpoms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern' conveniences; ' refcrncw.
TWO PLEASANT FRONT ROOMSj FUR
nlshed. with or without board: fine view;
electric lights; good location. 801 Front st.
OCCIDENTAL, FIRST AND MORRISON
vsts. Rooms, suites' and single, housekeep
ing; every convenience; reasonable.
THE RUSSEL, CORNER 4TH AND -MORRJ-son;
large furnished and unfjrnlshe.d
rooms; central; fine for offices.
PRIVATE COTTAGE, SIX FURNISHED
rooms; central. Call Occlden.al Hotel, at 3
P. M., for Information.
414 YAMHILL ST. PEASANT ROOMS, FOR
gentlemen; steam heat, bath, telephone, all
FOR RENT LARGE FRONT ROOM, IN PRI
vato family: for gentlemen only. 180 17th
St.. corl Yamhill.
138 FIFTH. 'COR. ALDER TWO ROOMS,
furnished; or will rent them unfurnished for
office or studio. '"
THE SHERMAN NEWLT FURNISHED; BY
day, week or month. 123 12(h St., corner
FOR RENT FURNISHED OR UNFURNISH
. ed rooms, with bath; no children. 107 North
GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg.. pentral: fur
nished rooms, $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
92 17TH. CORNER FLANDERS TO ONE OR
two persons; famished room; private family.
THE BURLINGTON, 43 3d. cor. Ash Ele
gantly furbished rooms; 'reasonable; central.
Rooms With. Board.
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM, WITH LARGE
alcove, southeast windows; good boatd and
modern conveniences; room, suttable for man
and wife or two gentlemen; also single room
for rent with board. Address X 111, care
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 13TH YEAR;
rooms with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library: Woman's" Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent, 510 Flanders street v
LARGE FRONT BAY-WINDOW ROOM,
suitable for two; also "other pleasant rooms;
use of rarlors, bathl etc.r excellent table
board. 394 Alder st1., cor. 10th.
THE VErJDOME ELEGANTLY FURNISH
ed rooms, with fine table board; steam heat,
porcelain baths; low rates to permanent
guests. Cor. 13th and Alder sts.
A FRONT ROOM. NICELY FURNISHED:
hot and cold water; aj' conveniences; good
table board; best location. 395 Morrison, cor
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD: GAS.
bath and telephone; terms reasonable. 533
175 12TH FINE FRONT ROOM; RUNNING
water; also suite rooms with, board; reason
ROOMS: FRONT SUITE, ON FIRST FLOOR;
also single rooms; with first-class board. 168
11th st. .
NEWLY FURNISHED. PLEASANT ROOMS,
with good -home cooking; reasonable. 321
Sixth st. !
NICE ROOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO. WITH
" good table board. Inquire at. 466 Main st.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. SUITABLE
for two, with good table .beard. 93 11th -st.
225 11TH ST. ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SJN
gle; table and servlco first-class.
FOR. RENT-SUITE AND SINGLE; HOME
cooking;, English family. 215 12th.
j..,. . -HoHsolcfrfe'plrt'ifcr Rrf?m. ''
UNFURNISHED ROOMS: STEAM HEAT.
bath, gas range and toiephono; private fam
ily. 209 14lh st. ,.
LOVELY FRONT TOOMS; FURNISHED:
heat, bath, phone. 454 Clay st., cor. 13th.
FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 224 .First st.
WTILE YOTT ARE LOOKING FOR A HOUSE
why not call and see If you cannot afford to
buy ono on my easy payment plan? Small
cash payment balance same as rent. Some
people have already aid for one house In
rent, so ba sure and call before you do tho
same or pay for the second and have noth
ing. Dammeler. 511 Marquam building.
FOR RENT FINE. RESIDENCE- OF 10
rooms, with all .modern Improvements, on
Portland Heights, close t,o car lino. Russell
& Blyth. 82 Third st.
WE HAVE FOR RENT A LARGE HOUSE,
with barn. In Holladay's Addition, $30 pr
month. Portand Trust . Company of Oregon,
109 Third st
FOR RENT ROOMING-tfOUSE, 20 ROOMS;
bath, hot - water heater, elevator, electric,
gas; unfurnished. 381 Yamhill.
MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE, 15TH AND
Belmont; no children. A. T. Webb, 003 East
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE WTTHT RASKMENT: $3
per month. 603 -Hood st. Telephone West
291. . .
FURNISHED 'COTTAGE FOR LONG TIME
to responslblo parties; modern conveniences.
.Apply 315 E- Wash.
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE. FOUR
rooms and basement; very cheap. Call room
9, 149 First.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM FURNISHED COT
tntre. Seventh st. W. G. Bok. 321 Morrison.
SEE GREAT INDIAN MEDIUM. BORN
with double veils; tells past, present and
future; warns against misfortune; sure guide
to socjal and business life; confidential; heaU
all diseases by the uso of Indian herbs. Mrs
Prof." Whcatley Howe. 132- Third St., cor.
Alder, upstairs, ofllces 5, 0, 7. On Sundays
only at Howe's Addition. TakeRlchmond car.
17 women wanted suffering from irregular,
painful periods; loucorrhooa (whites), and all
complicated dlsiases pertaining to changes of
life.. i.uied by jld Dr. Ke.ssler, cor. Second
and Yamhill sts. 329 women called last
month. Consultation free, and prlVflto rooms
for ladles. If can't call, write, inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated at home by bis
DR. DARRIN. 270 Washington st, Portland,
Or., specialist in all chronic and private ills
eases of men and women. Cures deafness
and catarrh. Quickly rcllev!- female weak
ness, painful. Irregular or suppressed men
struation. Varicocele, stricture or hydrocele
cured In ono week. Consultation free.
RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS OF ALL KINDS
'with the advent of tho rainy aeason will
" make life miserable for many a sufferer.
"Oxygenator," a medicinal water, will posj
tlvely cure them and act aa a preventlvej
guaranteed. Room 18, ' Russel building.
Fourth and Morrison.
LADIES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
genulno sealskin Jacket worth $250 for $100.
Have your fur garments remodeled for less
"than half price. First-class work; an excel
lent fit guaranteed; 30 years' exprlonce; ref
erences. G. Xonlgsbcrg, 210 Allsky building.
Third and Morrison.
DRESS SUITS RENTED, ALL SIZES. WE
call for, sponge, press and deliver one suit of
your clothing ea-h week, sew on buttons, sew
up rips, lor $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing Unique Tailoring Co.,
347 Washington, both phones.
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL-
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL-
248 BURNSIDE STREET
248 BURNSIDE STREET
Sole Agent O. P. S. Bourbon. Also, handling
Three Crown Cyrus Noble.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC.. A PLACE OF
' amusement. and recreation for. gentlemen, l.to
Fifth st. anl 201 Alder. The cafe in con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
.clgarsi th. world produces.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve' Globules. One month's treatment
$2;' 3 months, $5. Sent securely seald by
mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke. Portland.
A'. LIPPMAN. HIGH-GRADE LADIES'
tailor Brooke bldg.. Seventh and Washing
ton. 1. Suits made, $25 up; ladles' Own goods,
$12.50. SO daya only. Fall goods arrived.
IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT WILL
cure eczema it Is Cylcad. 25c box. and. when
all else falls for acute cold and cough. Rum
and Pine cures, 50c bottle. Bfth sold at
Clemcnson's Drus Store. 22T Yamhill St.
TLLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES. AN. UN
eoaled antiseptic; no failure: per box, $l.o0:
sample, 10c. Jllond Chera. C0.1 Portland, P.
O. box 074.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 27" Morrison st., bet. 1st and 2d.
WAN-TED THE ADDRESS OF PHOEBE
Dldlo; important to her. L. (EKnapp, at
torney, 10 Haller building. Seattle, Wash.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS. 25c:
50. 33c; 250 bustnetti cards. $1: 500. $1.50.
. Urown A- Schmalf. 229 First t. Portland,
FARMER FROM EASTERN OREGON
wishes to meet a young lady; ob'iect, matri
mony; not over 25. A 5, caro Oregonlan.
FRITZ CONCERT HALL: lnrgrt cafe on Pi
dflo Coast; 240 o 25C Bumslde. Welnbard't
her on draught. Clubroonw upstairs.
LAXINE, A WINNER FOR STOMACH AND
bowels. Sold bv Model Drug Stor. 95 Grind
avo.: Knigmv 120 Sixth t:
A GOOD-PAYING MILLINERY BUSINESS
in this city, good location, for sale. Apply
Mrs. B., P. O. box 069.
Occiilt science class opens Sept. 10, 3 P. It
Parlors, Auditorium bide. Dr. C. Turnbull.
Bir,LY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 103 4TH.
Phone Clay 041. Wheals called for. delivered.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 30$ WASHINGTON.
Fine switches, artistic wigs and halrdreislng.
LESSONS IN LACE WORK. Room 33 Russel,
cor. 4th and Morrison. Mrs. A. K. Gfaves.
MRS. DR. McCOY. eloctrlc treatments, 133
First st., cor. Alder, rooms 38 and 39.
PHRENOLOGIST. PALMIST AND CARD
rcider at room 7. 132 Third street.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND
stamp to lock-box W0. Portland. Or.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE su
pervising Architect. Washington. D. C, Sep
tember 10. 1900. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on
the 17th day of October. 1901, and then
opened, for the low-pressure, steam-heating
and mechanical ventilating apparatus, etc,
for tho U. S. Custom House building at Port
land, Or., In accordance with the drawings
and specification, which will be furnished at
the discretion of the supervising architect on
application at hU office, or at the office of
the superintendent of the building, at Port
land. Or. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Super
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY. VAN
couver Barracks. Wash., September 16, 1000.
Sealed proposals will be received hero until
11 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, September 25,
1900, and then opened, for furnishing and
delivering subsistence stores In such quan
tities, as may be required, at Portland, Or.;
Seattle or Vancouver Barracks, Wash., dur
ing October, 1000. Information furnished oft
application. Envelopes containing proposals
should be Indorsed, "Proposals for subsist
ence stores." and addressed MAJOR JAMES
N. ALLISON. Purchasing Commissary.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE Su
pervising Architect Washington, D. C, Sep
tember 10, 1900. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until 2 o'clock P. M.
on the 17th dav of October. 1900. and then
opened, for the interior finjsh.-ctc, of tho
U. S. Custom House, Portland, Or., In ac
cordance with the drawings and specifica
tions, copies of which mav be had at this
office or at the office of the Ruperlntenent,
at Portland, Or., at the discretion of the su
pervising architect. JAMES KNOX TAY
LOR, Supervising Architect.
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE QUARTERMAS
ter's Office, Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 19. 1900.
Sealed proposal, in duplicate, will be re
ceived at this office until 11 A. M.. Monday.
October 1, 1900, and then opened, for furnish
ing 2500 tons of oats, 2CO0 tons of double
compressed hay, for shipment. Specifications
and conditions furnished on application to
this office. Envelopes containing "proposals
should be indorsed "Proposals for forare."
and addressed to MAJOR W. W. ROBIN
SON, JR., Qr.-Mr., U. S. Vols.
OFFICE OF C. Q.-M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., September 21, 1900. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received at
'the office of tho Derot Quartermaster. Port
land: Or., till 11 o'clcck A. M., September
. 28, 1900, for furnishing -2000 Ions .best qual
ity oats, and 1000 tons best quality hay. Full
particulars can bo "obtainedon. Application, to
Dopot Quartermaster. Portland. Or. J. YV.
JACOBS C. Q.-M. , ....
BRITISH SHIP PORTIA. CAPTAIN LEWIS,
master, from Acapulc.o Neither the captain
nor the undersigned conslemees of the above
named vessel will be responsible for any debt
that may be contracted by the crew. Kerr,
Glfford & Co.
NOTICE A REGISTER HAS BEEN
opened at the British Consulate for seamen
In pearch of employment and they are. in
vited to register their names nnd addresses
free of all charge. They do not require tho
intervention of anv one In securing employ
ment James Laldlaw, Consul.
FOR SALE-ONLY EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL
business In Vancouver,, B. C; population
30,000; established four years; store In best
location, on principal business street; wait
ing, testlnr and dark room; also workshop
back of store; owner's health poor; bona
fldf cash buyers only. Address Optical Spe
cialist, box 454, Vancouver, B. C.
FOR SALE BILGER'S HOME BAKERY
and Dellcatc-Essen. with small stock grocer
ies, nere Is an opportunity for any one with
limited means to get good-paying caRh busi
ness. Call on address C. S. BUger, 33 Grand
WANTED A YOUNO , MAN AS PARTNER
In the crooery business; must have $3fK.to
$500; I have a, good location and well-ostab-llshed
business; a splendid opportunity for a,
rustler. Address T 3, care Oregonlan.
PARTNER FOR INTEREST IN BICYCLE
motor (patented), applied to any bicycle;
light Inexpensive nnd durable: no steam, oli
or electricity; easily made and quickly put
on the market. C 5,' Oregonlan.
SPLENDID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR
energetic hustler with few hundred dollars;
one aecualnted with city rade preferred.
Address J 1, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE PARTY MUST LEAVE CITY;
paying, business to lady or husband and wife
wishing to Invest small capital. Address E
2. care Oregonlan.
TO HOTEL MEN I OFFER FOR SALE THE
furniture of the Revere House, At Albany.
Or., and Quite long lease; a snap for some
FOR SALE A GOOD-PAYING SALOON;
reasonable price; good reason for selling.
Address E 3, care Oregonlan.
A GOOD. WELL-LOCATED GROCERY Busi
ness for sale. Ames Mercantile Agency, -ac:-3-5
$2ort0 STOCK DRY GOODS. SHOES. No
tions, etc.; paying location; low rents. 234
FOR SALE NO. 1 STOCK GROCERIES;
good trnde; cheap rent. T 5, caro Oregonlan.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salarios, etc. Can be paid In
Installments, reducing Interest. Rates lowet
than the lowest. F. W. Graves. Mgr.. 124
6th, near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak-1331.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY 0:i REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. V. Pallett 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 856.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5, 6. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurances Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
$400 TO LOAN. 8 PER CENT ON ANY SAT
lsfactory real estate. Address P. O. box 618,
city, giving description of property. No
LOANS ON MINING STOCK. FURNITURE,
real estate or other securities. 12S Third
st. C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rnte Ticket Offlc
MONEY IXANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash bldg. Phone South 781.
MONEY Td LOAN IN SUMS FROM ?5 TO
$500. on all classes of security. R. L Eckcr
son & Co., room 5 Washington building.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M- Smith, 814 Ch. of Commeren.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, room 45 Washington. Building.
State funds, loaned. 6 per cent. .W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult- Co., 400 Cham of Com.
MONEY TO LO"vN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Roll, room 0. Washington bldg.
LOANS oh chattels., salaries. ete low rates;
seo us flrBtMann & Co.. 0Q4 Dekum bldg.
EDWARD T. TAGGART. .ATTORNEY-AT-law.
general practice. 513 Chamber .of Com
merce. 1. W. RaNSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or.
C. H. PIGGOTT. lawyer and notaryr collec
tions. Rcom 4 Muikey bldg.. Portland. Or.
Aasayer Had Analyst.
J. H. FISK'S SCHOOL OF MINES WILL
open Oct 1 at 204 Washington St.. where
assaying and the chemistry of assaying and
mining will be taught in all branches.
J. H. FISK, MINERAL A5AYER AND
chemist; gold dim bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYI3T:
gold dust bought. 22S Stark st
AsrIeH)taral iKjplcrafexta. Mackinory
JOHN POOLE: Newton wagons, burgles, wind
mill, pumpp, machinery. Foot Morrison at.
J. K. GILL h CO, WHOLESALE AND RE
tsil booksellers and aUtlonera. 133-33 3d bu
VULCAN COAL CO., dealers In house, steam
and -blacksmith cdala. Also foundry coke.
Front st., near Gltsan. Ore. tel.. Red 1700.
Carpentera and Builders.
RHODES & BUCKNER. carpentsrs. office flt
ters. Jobbers. Phono Black u!4. 330 Stark st.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder; office
and store fixtures. Ore. tel. 747. 305 Stark.
Chiropodists and Manicuring.
L. MITCHELL, FIRST LICENSED EXPERT
chiropodist; patronized by Portland's 400; no
extra charge for calling at residence. Oificu
100 Fifth, opposite P. v. Tel. Hood 014.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg.. 3d and Morrison." Ore. phone Grant 1U.
Miss Dart, chiropody, manicuring. 50 Union blk.
lst-Starx, a A.M. tofiP. M. TeL .front 044.
Mme. Dr. Hcrzog, from Berlin, scientiflo W
vtaler; tells entire life. past, present and xu
ture; consultation oh all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; Mire nelp;
mistake impossible; imports genuine gyjwy
loe powdur. Fe. $1; letter, $. 347 Taylor..
ARRIVED, CLAIRVOYANT, PALMIST AND
catd-reader; talis past, present future oor
rectiy. &tt. First street.
OREGON COLLECTION AGENCY, OLD AND
reliable; will collect your accounts, good, bad
or indifferent. See thorn about it. 7i Cnani
ber or Commerce. jchone Hood t2.
HERMAN METZGER. . PURCHASER OF
tilda, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, taliofr, d
rubber and old metal, and general commission
merchant. Front sc, near Main, Portland.
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHI BHOKER3
and commission merchant. Sherlock bldg..
Portland, Or. .
ALLEN & LEWIS; COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sta, Portland. Or.
EVERDING & FARRELL, commission, butter,
gg. chicken and farm produce. Portland.
Cornices Sky liKbts.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornlcvo. J. C. Bayer. 265 2d at
W. S. DRAKE. S. W. COR. THIRD AND
Morrison. 0er McAllcn & McDonnell's store.
DR. S. W. STRYKER, ODD FELLOWS'
building. 141 First St.. cor. Alder.
A beautiful complexion may bo had by treat
ment at tho hands of the renowned Mrs. F.
Constance Wallace, the expert on facial
massage, which treatment will positively re
move wrinkles, pimples, freckles, moth
patches, blackheads, ton and sunburn; hollow
cheeKS filled out; scalp scientincally treated.
Room 70 Lewis bldg., Morrison and Pork sts.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2S0 E. Morrison at.
Hair Dtfcsslns and Manicuring:.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS, ' 160 FIFTH. OPP.
P. Ov Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Harness sad Saddles.
BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLESALE
saddle ana narness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather of ait kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CC WHOLE-
cule vaddlers and harness manufacturers.
, leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front at.
0-elBg and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red. 131.
Iron Founders, Mncli'sts, Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works; designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marina, mining
and milling machinery: riveted steel pip.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRF. INS. CO.. 103
lrt st. Boyd &. Arnold, general agents.
CALLING ANET WEDDING CARDS; FINEST
quality. lowest. prices. Rogers, 323 Morrlsaa
Magnetic and Mental Ilealtntc.
Mrs C. J. Maole, magnetic healer (Weltmer
method), office treatment & college courses
given. Room 221 Goodnough bldg.. 5th and
SEE THE GERMAN HEALER. 307 EAST
Sixth, near Hawthorne. Phone Scott C93.
MAGNETIC HEALER AND TEACHER. WM.
A. Tiffany. 2S7 Sheridan St.. Portland.
131 FOURTH ST.. NEAR ALDER; TUB
and vapor baths, massage, electricity, scalp
treatments and shampooing. Telephone Red
DELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 26, 208 Stark.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage at 313 Washington street, room 3a.
RICHARDSON GOLD MINING CO. OFFERS
shares at 13c share. W. H. Sherrod Co.
Marble, and Granite Works.
LARGEST. 'BEST STOCK OF MONUMENTS
In city, at cost, to reduce stock before mov
ing down town. Weeks, 720 Front at.
- ,. ." MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and atone work. Schanen & Neu. 203 1st.
FOR ALL FORMS OF THROAT AND LUNO
troubles, that greatest o all medicinal
waters, "Oxygenator," Is a specific. Room 18,
Russel building. Fourth and Morrison.
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
ciallst. has opened up his office at 547 Front
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Dr. W. A. Rogers,, and Dr. Rhoda. C Hicks,
graduates "under Dr. A. T. Still, thp founder
of Osteopathy: consultation and diagnosis
free. 532-3-4 Marquam bldg. Phone Main 27.
DR. R.-B. NORTHRUP. Osteopath, suite 41Q
Dekura bids. Investigation respectfully so
licited; examination free. Phone Main 349.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 409 Oreitonlan building-. Phone Oak 421.
Msnufnetnrer of Ladles Goods.
LADIES SILIC WAISTS AND WRAPPERS,
fancy white goods, silk underwear mado to
order. Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrlaon.
WllA-j concentrator. Drake amal.. Ideal itam?
mill, mining; cars. Tatum & Rowen. 2S-35 Isc
Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist; complexion,
scalp treatments, manicuring. Parlors 23-20,
Russel bldg.. 4th' & Morr. Phcne Frnnt 373.
Orejron Vla-rl Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures tc women Thursday, at 220P. M.
EMIL THIELHORN. REMOVED TO 329 SAL
mon. Lessons on violin, viola, cornet
Larscn. the palmist will read when all lend
ing events m Ufa tako place; past and fu
ture: scientific readings; 30c. Allsky bldg..
MRS. L. BURHANS. scientific palmist 91
Grand avo . rcom 50. Readings. CCc and $1.
Miss A. M. Stftvonson. scientific palmist and
psychic; alwaya correct. 300 First at.
T. J.. GEISLER. 610-011 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney IT. S. Patent Office.
Real Estate Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD ft CO.; ESTAB
Ilshed 186ft 227 Stark street.
Pnysicians nnd Snrgeon.
,Dr. Flora A Brown; diseases of women and
ehtldnm a specialty. Consultation an-l diag
nosis free. 517-518 Tfco Dekum. Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON, SPECIALIST IN KID
1 ney and skin dtseoic. Odd Fellows' Templa.
Portland Riding- Clubs.
LIVERY AND BOARDINO; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 334 Jefferson.
NOW IS THE TIME TO FIX YOUR ROOFS
d6n't delay. All kinds of roofing- done and
old roofs made good aa new. Roof repairing
and painting of every description. Country
work a specialty. Columbia Roofing & Refln-
. lng Co.. 19th and Sherlock ave.. Portland.
Or. Phone Main 137.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT
opening lockouts, repairs. J. B. Davis. CS 3d.
Saw Mill aiachinery.
ChrtstenBon-McMaster Machinery Co.; naw and
2d-hand machinery. B. Water and S. Tat tor.
Showcases and Store Ftxtnres.
DIXON. BORGESON St CO.,
MRS. BAXTER REYNOLDS. THE MOST
successful test and business medium on tha
Pactflc. Coast; Hfo and business readings,
and diseases diagnosed dally, without aaH
lng questions. Room 41, 227 Washington
street corner Second street.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLATRVOY
ant and psychic life reader; consult her on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends":
good advice- on mines: reading dally, SOo ana
up. 167 First St.. offices 7 and 8.
MEDniM; SOS THIRD ST. IF YOU ARE IN'
trouble or want advice on all business, call
on Mr?. Dr. Mcrichant.
DR. COLLINS, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM!
readings daily; circle tonight 8 o'clock.
213 Third street.
MRS. STEVENS: advice on aHffalrs of llfst
sittings daily. 221 Morrison st. room 22.
MRP. C. CONKLTUS. MEDIUM. 211 ALISKT
building. Third and Morrison sts.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low: storage rates reasonable.
Carwful nttentlon s:rven to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia. 070.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Olson, 123 First.
Tet office Main, 1087; Black 801.
STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT; BRICK
building; storeroom partly occupied- 100
Stornjre nnd Transfer.
STnn,vcn AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bleksl's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Stoves. Bongea, Honsebold ffdwaN
Hardware: ole agt Universal rttoves & rangeaj
housefurnlshtngsmcda. 3. J. Kadderly. 141 1st
Tents and Awningi.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.. TENTS,
sails, awnings. 229 Aniicny. Tel Grant 1C01.
U. S. Pensions.
C. F. PFLUGER. NOTAP.Y. 143 SECOND ST.
Rebellion and later wars applteatlona made.
B. E. MOTT. WHOLESALE CONFECTJON
erC9 First St.: distributor Honey-Moon Gum.
ALLEN - LEWIS. -WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N Front and Dnvli nts.. Portland. Or
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST RED IRISH SETTER DOG. ABOUT
a. year old: leather collar; license 283. Re
turn to 415 Ross street or 115 West Pnrlt
and receive reward.
LOST ON FRONT ST.. BETWEEN ALDER
and Pine, a mall btack soal strap pocket
book. Please return to Oregonlan offico. and
LOST-ON ST. JOHNS CAR. PURSE. CON
talnlng money and receipt. ieturn 5G7 Irv
ine st. Reward.
FOUND GENTLEMAN'S SILVER WATCH.
Owner can have same by caUlns at thte of
fice. LOST BLACK FEATHER BOA. MONDAY
night Return to 821 Thurman Bt. Reward.
SAVINGS BANK .
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN ...President
H L. PITTOCIC. A. S. NICHOLS.. Vice-Pros.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. Goltra Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent oi
tho United States.
President R- "W. CORBETT
Vice-President ...........A. L. MILLS
Cashier O. 'E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWK3RK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern states. ...... ,.
"Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago, St. Louia. St
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and tho jrlacipal
points In the Northwest. .
Sight and tlmo bllla drawn In sums to. suit
on London, Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Main.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla. Stocknolm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850..
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections mado at all points on favoraola
terms Letters of credit issued avallabla in
Europe and the Eastern states.
SiKht Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
told 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. BANK
CASHCAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. JJG.23O.00O
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. M. DOOLY - CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES..... ASSISTANT CASHIEH
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued,
avallabto in all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON Presldant
R. L. DURHAM .Vice-President
R. W. HOYT - Caabfer
GEO. W. HOYT..... ..Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, avallabla
in all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO DANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Office, 71 Lombard stteet, London.
This bonk transacts a general banking and
exchange business; makes loans, discounts bills
and Issues, commercial and travelers' credits,
available In any city in the world.
Chamber of Commerce Building. Third and
Stark streets. W. A MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities ot the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
BANK. OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Head Office. 00 Lombard street London.
Com'l Clock. 214 Washington st.. Portland.
K. LEA BARNES, Manager.