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HE ' MOVING .OREGONLAN, HCWDSY, OCTOBER 29, 1900.
NEW CURB FOR VAGRANCY.
Scientific Policeman' Scheme to
. Make Boor Sleepers Mot Ob.
New York Mail and Express.
The New York police force is credited
with being one of the best in. the -world,
but at Jeast one member of it is a genius
born for greater things. He has invented
a method for ridding his beat of vag
Tants and doorstep sleepers. This officer
is attached to the Church-street station,
and patrols in the neighborhood of "Wash
ington street and the Battery, where
cheap lodging-houses, small beer saloons,
"labor agencies" and the genuine "Weary
"Willie" luxuriantly abound, so he has al
most daily opportunity to test his inven
tion. , The vagrant is not particular where he
sleeps, so that it costs nothing, and door-
.ways are favorite lodging-places. It was
a sleeper in. one of these that received a
never-to-be-forgotten shock the other day.
Ho was asleep in the doorway of a sa
loon, "with his head thrown back against
-the jamb, and his legs sprawled over the
"Watch me make him move on," said
-the inventor. His hand went under his
coat-tails and It looked as Jf he were
going for his "gun" in deadly earnest. A
.spectator stood petrified, waiting to see a
bloody tragedy enacted, but the bluecoat
pulled out a small vial and leaning over
the sleeper, poured some of Its contents
on his thick, reddish mustache.
The effect was electrical. With "a wilfl
snort and a. gurgling gasp, the hitherto in
ert figure sprang into the air and clawed
at his mouth and throat; the tears
streamed out of his eyes, which were dis
tended -with terror, and ho stood gasping
and making horrible faces, and still claw
ing frantically at his mouth and throat,
while the policeman smiled grimly and
waited for the rustomary denouement. It
came in a moment. As soon as the ter
rorlzfd doorstep lodger had recovered
enough of his breath to permit his
, .moving he started hurriedly up Washing
ton, street, sans coat, sans hat, sans
everything, but a consuming desire to
put as much distance between himself
and that door as possible. The policeman
-laughed heartily as he watched the rapid
ly retreating figure.
"I'll bet he don't come back here again,"
he said. "That dose'Il last him for a
month. Ammonia's a great thing. It's
better than Insect powder, and it saves
making arrests. That fellow is not only
obeying the move-orf ordinance, but the
dose sobered him up, to boot."
Salmon fishing is furnishing considerable
sport at present, says the Elgin Recorder.
Quite a number have been caught In
Clark's and Indian Creeks in the past few
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
' PORTLAND. Oct. 28, S P. M. Maximum
temperature, 49; minimum temperature, 43:
river reading at 11 A. M 5 7 feet; change In
24 hours. .2; total precipitation, 5 P. M. to 5
P. M., .35 of an inch; total precipitation since
Soptcmbcr 1, 1000. 4.77 Inches; normal precip
itation since September 1, 1000, 5.3S; de
ficiency .60; total sunshine October 27, 00;
possible' sunshine, 10:24.
Pacific Coast "Weather.
(All observations taken 5 P. M., Pacific time.)
E I Clear
W Pt Cloudy
4 1NW Pt Cloudy
Kamloops, B. C
Neah Bay ....,
Sacramento ......... .JOO
Salt Lake City 104
Sap Francisco .....58
IS N ICloudy.
IS YV (Clear
Spokane .......... .1
0 011 4 NW Cloudy
,Seattl .5210 01
wauaWalla J54 T
8 IS ICloudy
A storm of marked Intensity is central near
Victoria. It Is movinr rapidly eastward, and
will cause high southerly shifting to westerly
winds and squally weather over the inland
waters of "Western "Washington and westerly
gales along the coast north of Cape Blanco.
The following maximum wind -velocities have
been reported during the last 12 hours: Neah
Bay, 32, northeast: Seattle. 30, southeast, and.
Portland, 34 miles, south. General rains have
fallen In the .North Pacific States, and a de
cided change to cooler weather has occurred
In Southern Idaho.
Forecasts made at Portland, for the 28 hours
ending midnight, Monday. October 20, 1000:
w Western Oregon Fair In south; partly cloudy
weather and probably showers in north por
tion; brisk southerly -winds, decreanlng In
"Washington and Northern Idaho Threaten
ing, with occasional light rain; brisk to high
southerly winds, with squalls, shifting to west
erly over Straits and Sound.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Threat
ening weather, with probably showers; brisk
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy and
probably occasional rains; brisk westerly
winds, decreasing in force.
. EDWARD A. 3CALS Forecast Official.
HAWTHORNE LODGE, NO. 111.
A. F. & A. M Special communica
tion this (Mondaj) evening at 7:30.
Lm3. de:rrf.s-. AU Masr Masons
cordially invltd. By order W. M
x. ujlafkx:, JR , Secretary.
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. 10. K. OF P
R.U,.O,aeU0,n .nls (Monday) evening at
7:30 o'-clock. Confcrrinr of the Knight rank.
Brother Thomas Springer died at'Las Vegs
J. M., on Saturday. The remains will hi
Drougni nere lor burial.
L CARSTENSEN. of 12 '
SCHNEIDER The Tuneral sen-Ices of the lata
Gottlieb Schneider will be held today, at the
German Reform Church, comer Tenth anri
'Starir streets, at 2 P. M. Friends iSmed
CUNNINGHAM-At his home. In Chicago
Sunday. Oct 28. W. H. Cunningham, man!
acer or Fire -Association or Pnlladelphla.
EDWARD HOLHAX. Uaaertnlcer.4th
Rn4 TtimMIl ts. Kens StJnson, lady
UBsUtant. Roth jihoaet Ko. HOT.
Plnler. Kimball &. Co.. UnilcrtnlcorB.
Indy atn.ltta.tit. 2TK Third nt. Tel. O,
Monday evening, October 25-Judge Ben
nott and J. T. Jeffrey at A. O. TJ. w.
Tuesday evening, October SO-C. E. S.
Wood at Burkhard Hall; Judge Bennett
at Mount Tabor, and Fred V. Holman
at A. O. Ij, W. Hall.
Wednesday evening, October 31 C. E. S.
Wood at Gonaes Hall. Albina; Judge
wlL; J' .7 r?n at Artisans'
Hall, Sex-enteenth and Marshall streets.
Thursday evening. November 1-Oudce
Bennett at Burkhard Hall.
Friday evenlntr. bveraber 2 Fred V
Holman at Burkhard Hall, and W. M
Pierce at A. O. TJ. W. Hail.
"Monday evening, November 5 C. R s
Wood at Marquam Theater. Speaklns
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
.All persons are Invited. Time "will be
divided with any Republican speaker duly
authorized, by the Republican committee.
CALVIN HEILTG. Manager.
Two nights, Tuesday and "Wednesday, Oct. SO
:" "THE MAN FROM MEXICO"" " J
: "THE MAN "EROM MEXICO." I
....! T? S ." .FR5?? ..v.' '. . .;
. "TAKE OFF THAT HAT."
Prices Lower floor, $1, except last 3 rows;
last 3. 75c; balcony, first C row. 78c; last 6,
50c; gallery, 25c.
One week, commencing Oct. 28 (Matinee Sat
urday), Lincoln J. Carter's Wonderful
: "THE FAST MAIE," :
: "THE FAST MAIL." :
THE FASTMAU'' :
See the full-sized, practical locomotive I and
train of 14 freight cars. Flight of the fast
mall. Niagara Kails "by moonlight Exciting
steamboat race. USUAL PRICES.
SEVENTH AND ALDER
"LA LISTA.' the World's GreatestSpectacU-
JOLLY IDA HOWELL, the Eastern Comedi
LILLIAN MARSH. Illustrated Song.
RAY SOUTHARD. Beau Brummel of Negro
LEWIS & LAKE, Comedians.
THE GREAT AUKAMA Juggler and Equili
brist. .,-. MAE LEONDOR.
FOR SALE A CHOICE LOT 40X100 FT. ON
North -16th st. Price $1450. Basy .terms.
Call Parrish & Watklns. 250 Alder st.
Od Improved city and farm property."
R. LIVINGSTONE. 1124 Stark St.
The second shipment of woolens this .season
for suits and overioata, at reasonable -prices.
J. Reltfccle, tailor, 350 Alder, between Seventh
and Park streets.
Sawmill and Factory Sites
40 acres and 1100 feet of river front for sale
at St. Johns, on O. R. & N. Co.'s new spur.
Deep water. J. D. Wilcox & Co., 202 Stark.
On Improved city and farm property,-at lowest
current rates. - Building loans. Installment
loan. Macmaster & Eirrell. 211 Worcester blk
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$1250 Fractional lot and S-room house, S5C
San Rafael. Albina. Renting for $10. $50 to
$100 cash, balance installments.
$1500 Corner, S-room house, large barn.,E.
lith and Pacific, near new factory.
$2000100x100, modern house. E. 21st-Hoyt.
owxiw, modern cottage, C75 East Stark.
$24002 sightly lots and desirable cottage,
Page st. and Gantenbeln are.
$2200 Quarter block and two-story house,
Weldler and Union ave.; a fine bargain.
$1000100X100, 8-room house and barn, E.
24.h and Weidler.sts.
$21002 acres, facing Hawthorne-ave.
$12007 1-3 acres on Mt Scott car line,
under good cultivation, not far out.
$230050x100. modern 8-room house', Holla
$3500 Corner lot and fine, modern house, 0
rooms. East Portland, elope in. A snap.
$1630 C-room house and full corner lot.
East 14th and Couch sts.
$900 Corner lot and 0-room cottage. East
v 12th and Grant.
$1500 Corner and modern C-room cottage,
E 23d and Ivon sts.
$1300 Corner lot and good cottage, Holla
$16002 lots ard 7-room house, Sunnyslde.
$2000 Large grounds and 10-room modern
house. In good condition. Sunnyslde. .
$S0O 2 lots. Knott, near Mississippi ave.
Lot and desirable cottage. 544 Kerby.
50x100 and cottage, 511 Vancouver ave.
Several tight, j lots ucar Brooklyn School;
will sell very low and on easy terms; will
furnish ?urchastrs money to build houses
with if desired.
$1C00 2 acres and half. "Wibcrg'o Lane;
Improved and very desirable.
$950 South-front lot. E. Oak. near 14th.
$21003 lots. E. 17th and Weldler.
The above Is a partial list of properties
owned by a foreign mortgage company. The
prices are low and. the terms easy.
CHOICE "WEST SIDE BUYS
$315050x100. 8 rooms. Xob Hill.
$1000 Dcslrablo quarter block. Portland
Heights. - .-...
$35002 lots. 23d, near Johnson.
$320050x100 and. S-room. house, Gllsan St.,
near lGth. A special snap. i
$7000 Corner lot, wlth'large modern. house,
17th ohd "Washington.
$1G50 Lot 50x100, Second and College.
$12 S00 100 x 100 and large, fine modern
house, beautiful shrubberj ; one of the best
houses in Nob Hill; great snap.
?C00 to $700 Lots in North Portland, near
new Eastern mill; will furnish money with
which to build If desired.
$170050x100. Irving, between 23d .and 24th.
The larre brick castle;, on Se enth-s.reet
Terraces wlir bo sold at a sacrifice, or ex
change for vacant property.
Block facing N. P. Railroad, 10th and "Wil
son. Warehouse property.
$C5O0 Quarter block, 10th and Johnson.
"Wr rehouse property. Easy terms.
50x100 and cottage. 330 N. 10th.
$2100 South-front lot on Inlng. Just east
$2700 Corner and two cottnirep, 11th and
Kearney. Paying 7 per cet net on $2800.
$2500 Corner and 9-room house. 840 First.
125x100 on Thurman, between '21st and 22d
Desirable bujs on Portland Heights and
Favorable terms on any of the above. .
GRINDSTArr & BLAIN. 240 Stak
FOR SALE 35 FEET FRONTAGE AND
house, OS Ella street, 8 rooms and attlo.
with all modern improvements and In most
perfect condition. This offer cannot be
New house on Kearney street, near 22d
street, with full lot facing south; $47G0
Inside lot on Kearney, near 20th; faces
south, and In nice neighborhood: $J)O0.
T&xlOO on Hot street, adjoining Dr.
Mackenzie's residence on the west. This Is
an ideal buildlnj: site; ?5000.
Insldo lot on 25th. near Overton; 1450.
Inside lot on Oterton. near 25th; $1350.
50xC5 on southeast corner of Cth and Lin
coln streets, with handsome 7-room house;
2Sxl00. with larg-e. two-story house, on
Thurman. "near 23d? $1750.
75x70, with G-room house, 1074 Front St.;
this is a cheap home and can be made very
attractive at a small expense: $1250.
Full lot and house, 171 East 8th, near
Yamhill street: ?1G00.
Lot southwest corner East 14th and Pine,
with U0-room homo; $4j00.
33 feet frontage, with nice 6-room new
house, on Clackamas, near Qulnry; $2000.
RUSSELL & BLTTH. 82V4 Third st.
REAL ESTATE BARGATCJS
$1000 will buy four of the finest lots in Al
750 will buy Ave nice lots. Central Albina
300 Choice corner lot, Multnomah
400 S W. cor. Beach and Cleveland ave.
150 Fine lot at Highland.
125 each for 11 lots at Piedmont.
$5000 to loan at G per cent.
$1500 to loan at 7 per cent.
M. E THOMPSON. 264 Stark st. '
WE HAVE PROPERTY OF ALL. KINDS
and In all parts of the city and suburbs, for
sale at ldwest crlces, and -can make better
terms than others, as vve handU property
owned principally by mortgage companies.
Call and see our list, as we have some Special
bargains on band, and will drive you out to
see the -property. It will cost you nothlnc to
look lt over. Grindstaft & Blaln. 246 Stark
LINCOLN PARK, ON VANCdUVER AVE
nue electric line. Joining West Irvlngton.
I have for sale about 30 lots, 50x100 each;
some of them beautifully located, and on
fully improved streets: prices from $75 to
$250. Installments If. desired.
R. M. WILBUR, 233 Stark.
HOLLADAY'S ADDITION. BEAUTIFUL
quarter, lGth and Weldler, only $1000.
Union depot; fine business quarter. 7th and
Irving: make an offer.
Residence lots and quarters- all over Conch
and King's. R. M. WILBUR, 233 Stark.
FOR SALE. OR TRADE FOR INSIDE RESI
dence property A highly improved 10-acre
tract, 2 miles east of Mount Tabor; low
price? and easy terms made tor a quick bb'j.
Address A. T. Webb, Terry, Or.-
SUBURBAN HOME PARTIES DESERING
model little suburban homo of 10 acres, with
neat 6-room house, fruit etc., for less than
cost of improvements, call on Hart Land
Co.. 10T Sherlock building.
FOR SALE 3 ACRES IN CITY OF ASH
land, with 50-horse water power, suitable
for manufacturing. For -further particulars
address Frank Williams & Co., Ashland. Or.
83 ACRES 1 MD.ES FROM HIGHLAND.
40 tn cultivation; good buildings and good
water; $15 per acre; $400 cash, "balance
long time. D SI, Oregonlan.
83 ACRES NINE MILES FROM OREGON
City; good buildings; 44 acres in cultivation;
$75 a year. C 28, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE LOTS 0 AND 7. BLOCK ISO.
Couoh; price $3500; one-half cash. By Par
rlsh & Watklns, 250 Alder st.
ELEGANT. MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. COR
ner lot West Side; price $2200. cost $4750.
B 40, Oreronian.
SEE REIDTS SNAPS, Washington Block.
FOR TRADE 134-ACRE STOCK. , .FARM;
plenty outside range; four miles from rall
' road town. N., Lock Box BO, Cottage Grove,
Or. --."' ,
FOR EXCHANGEWHAT HAVE YOU TO
exchange fara good hotel in a live coun
try town? Address' 151 "East eth St.
TO BXCHANjqH-lCOxlOO ON WEST Stt)g;
small hoyso, or lots or acreage. . Call at
room 013 MarqUatn .building.
FOR ALE KAIIMS.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH, 800 ACRES
choice land on the Columbia River; pood
buildings; full lln" of ' firm machinery: 60
head cattle, 5 horses, 50 hogs, GO ton good
hay. Address -H. T. Burr, Ladu, Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payment
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macrsaster
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester Block.
GO ACRES, 5 MILES WEST OF CITY, ON
Beavertan road; S3 acres In cultivation, rich
soil, good water; a bargain at (50 per acre.
J. X. Wilcox & Co.. 202H Stark. '
TIMBER LAWD3 FOR SALE.
TIMBER, JW0.0OO acres: mill sites, claims, log
ging chances, school lands, and scrip. J. L.
Martin & Co.. 001 Oregonlan building.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE GROCERY. CREAMERY CON
fectionery". bakery combined; splendid loca
tion; furnished living-rooms In rear; price,
$275, a bargain. Corner 4th. and Taylor.
A SNaV-80 BELGIAN HARES; 22 OLD, 58
young, bucks and does, all high grade; $110
takes them, if sold at once. Canadian Agency.
TELEWRITERS, ALL MAKES, RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc. Coast Agency, Co., 200.4 Stark St.
LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES. HARNESS,
saddles, new and second-hand; must go lh 3d
days. .Somllnson. 211 Washington st.
GOOD STREET LAMP., INCLUDING POST,
for sale cheap; excellent for outside adver
tising. 303 Washington Street. ,
GOOD STREET LAMP. INCLUDING POST,
for sale cheap; excell-nt for outside ader
tiiing, 305 Washington st.
TYPEWRITERS DENSMORE AND SMITH
Prfmler for rent or sale. Call at room 10,
Washington Bldg. '
EASTERN "OREGON TIMOTHY' HAY AND
oats, Ueli.ered in Portland. F. D. McCully,
24 orth Eront
33 FIRST-CLASS MILCH" COWS AND HAY
enough to Winter them. P. O. Bene 14,
Sonppoose, Or. .
DRY .FIR. OAK AND SLABWOOD AT LOW
esf market prices. Hoover, 313 -Water st.
Both phones. .i
FOR-BEST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD, GO
to FJoneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison St.
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balance S2 per month. Gas Co , 174 Fifth st.
SOIJD GOLD RINGS, ONLY $1; GUARAN
teed Uncle Myers, 143 Third, near Alder.
Magic lanterns, nAw. second-hand. molng pjc- j
turcs. Rullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
For Snip Several excellent old violins. Emll
Thlelhorn, rm 1 McKay bldg, 3d and Stark.
Upright piano $85, Chlckering concert grand
S100, one $35. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st. upstairs.
FOR SALE A GOOD - PAYING SALOON;
must sell. Addreis O 39. care Oregonlan.
rURNITURE AT PRIVATE SALE,
quire 225 5th St., near Salmon st.
Harrington upright piano, good condition, for
sale. $100. Graves & Co , 124 Sixth st.
HELP W ANTED MALE.
WANTED TOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men, between ages of 21 'and 35:
citizens of United States, of Rood character
and temperate habits, -who can speak, read
and write Enrllsh. Recruits are specially
desired for servlco in Philippines. For information-apply
to Recrultlns Officer, Third
and Stark sts., Portland. Or. .
100 SHOVELERS $1.75. BOARD $3 .10. FARE
and fee- advanced: 10 R. R laborers $2,
board $3 50. loggers $40 to $50 and oard;
yard and mill hands $2, woouchoppcrs. SOe
and t5c; carpenters $2 5T 'to $1; rock men
$2; farm hands $25 to $30; cooks, waiter?,
dlshTvashers. Canadian Agency, 220'. Morri
son, Loggers' Headquarters.
WANTED-STOCT BOY,' FAMILIAR WITH
city, for deliver' and general work; must
bring cood references; one residing . with
rarents preferred Bernstein's Art Store, 307
UANTED DISTRICT MANAGER FOR
one of the large New York Life Insmance
Companies. Cult or address M. T. Kady,
Supervisor of Agenti. G'5 Oregonlan building.
WANTED BRIGHT MAN TO GO TO NEIGII
borlng tov.n; permanent position: will de
Aote Sunday to securing right party. Room
CIS Commercial block
FIFTY MEN FOR SEWER WORK: WAGES,
$1.75 to S2.00 per day. Apply on the work.
Oregon City. Or., M. F. Donahue, Supt.
L BRIGHT, ACTIVE: SALESMAN TOR
fancv dry goods. New York Mercantile Co .
PILES cured without operation. No pain. No
dftontion from business Box 517. city.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS; WAITRESSES: SECOND WORK;
chambermaids; nurse girls; housekeepers;
house.work of all kinds, $12 to $23: can
vassers. Canadian Parlors, 22GH Morrison.
WANTED SEVERAL BRIGHT YOUNG LA
dles to read one hour dally for rart tuition.
Behnke's Pernln Shorthand & Commercial
College. C14 Commercial block.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GEN
cral housework; small family. Apply 421
Seventh street, corner Hall.
WANTED A LADY COMPOSITOR. ONE
that understands display type. Call at Chas.
E. Potter. 203& Alder st
WANTED A GIRL TO' DO GENERAL
housework for small family. Inquire 773
Pettygrove, near 23d st.
WANTED LADY PIANO PLAYER AT THE
Louvre, Astoria, Or. Inquire at Erlckson's,
Second and Burnsldo.
EVERY ONE OUT OF EMPLOYMENT CALL
at the Industrial Union; also board and
room. 805 3d st.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply mornings, at 175
East 16th street.
WANTED FOR A PRrVATE BOARDING
house, two girls. 89 Fifth street, between
Stark and Oak.
WANTED A GtRL FOR COOKING AND
housework In a small family. Apply ano
"Washington st. v
WANTED A LADY TO LEARN TO SEW ON
furs; .wages whllo learning. Room 210
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework. Apply S32 10th st, comer
SECOND GIRL WANTED. CALL BETWEEN
10 and 12 A. M., 163 North 20th at., cor.
SEWING, BY COMPETENT DRESSMAKER.
Address Miss E. Collins, 258 11th St., South.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply mornings 7S1 Kearney st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. at 777 Irving st
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
BY EXPERIENCED DRY GOODS MAN, SIT
uatlon In country town. Eastern Oregon pre
ferred. Good references. Y 30, Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE, BOY WANTS POSITION
of any kind; can- cook and help do house
work. Address L 32, care Oregonlan.
A CAPABLE YOUNG MAN WISHES TO
work for board and room and go to school.
Address C. care Orefjonlan.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS 8ITUA
tjon, who wishes to attend day. schoot. Mat
suda, 383 Flanders st
JANITOR .WANTS ANY KlND OF WORK
that can be done in tho afternoon. M 40,
SITUATION .TO DO HOUSEWORK OR
cooking help; school boyr 53 N. 4th "st.,
MOTHER. SON, WISH A "PLACE AS QOOKS
for" hotel or camp. Apply 375 Washington.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-VBY A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
retoucher and operator (lady), position In
photograph gallery. Call at Oregonlan ofllc..
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT LAUNDRESS
wants a family washing "to do up at homo.
Mrs. D. H. Reld, 420 Stark street..
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY WIDOW
lady; thoroughly competent. Address F 30,
SITUATION WANTEDr-JBY EXPERIENCED
young Jady stenographer. Address A 20, care
SEWING BT COMPETENT DRESSMAKER.
Miss E. Collins, ,253 11th street, South.
WE. WANT A CAPABLE MAN OR "WOMAN
In each county to hand! local business. If
you can give acceptable references, wo can
put you In the way of malting more than a
good living In a legitimate and pleasant
way. Our -business Is tho sale of the Oaona
tor, a scientific method for the common.senw
cure of diseases. The Ozonator Co., 10 Wash
ington building, Portland, Or. '
AGENTS WANTED "GALVESTON: THE
Horrors of a Stricken City." by Murat Ijal
stead. Fully Illustrated."- Fastest-selling book
ever published; only $1.60. Best term guar
anteed. Outfit free. -Bo quick. J. 8. Zeigler
& Co.,. Chicago,- III.
AGENTS ARTICLE OF ABSOLUTE NECE3
slty In every building; no "competition: big
profits; exclusive rights; failure impossible.
Agency Dept , 312. 27TVllllam St.. N. Y.
FURNISHED OR PARTLt FURNISHED'
house of alx or eight- rooms. West tlido.
Call on or address C. E. Warrens, 813 Cham
WANTED UNFURNISHED OR PARTLY
furnished" rooms in private fanjlly, with prlvt.
l.cge of boarding. Address J 80. care Ore
.' W-A7VTEDiMISCEtiANEOUS. -"'
youn;g lady would LiKisr a course
In reading; lady preferred. Addross Li 80,
TO EXCHANGE HQRSES AND . BUGGIES
for suburban lots. Inquire' ISO East ,344h' si.,
cor. Yamhill. , " f, , ; ,-
WANTED A LADY ' TO GlVE - PRIVfTK
v lessons in English ty-pnches. 4 N 40, caro
Wanted Rooming-hou'.e, cnntral-. . State low
eat cash price and location. .E"'23, Oregonlan
DEBTS AND ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ANY
where. Addres. 51S Chamber of Commerce..
HIGHEST PRICES for scdOnd-hand" furniture,
stqycg. etc. Kutner. 32 North Thlrd..jjhone.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT MAINE LOAN
Ofcf. 70 N. ,"d jit. Oregon 'pl-one Clay IR2.
"HE SPALDING. S E. COR. PARK AND
Alder st under . thp mnnuEen.ent-of, the
ow ntr, Helen F. Spalding Tin mist complete'
apnrtment'house In tho Northwest: choice
rooms,' for gentlemen br g"enUermn' and wlfa;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
HOTEL NEW VENDCME-NEW MANAGE
mont; special Inducements offered to perma
nent boarders; Fteam heat, baths; elegant
apartments single or en suite. 13th and
Alder. Mrs. L. J. Houston
THE PLEASANTON, 2R8 THIRD ST FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single, or house
keeping; sunlight In all room?: bath Included;
most reasonable torms; transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. & E COR THIRD AND
i ir j" st6 R"s. furnished or unfur
nished; all modern convunlcnces; references.
rLEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS: LOCA
Uon unsurpassed for gentlemen transients: $1
j.er day. The Cosmos, Fourth and Morrison.
FOR RENT-THE STEVENS 12(1 ALDER
vl V. t'urnlihed rooms for gentl?m-n: porcelain
baths. :hone, heat, modern conveniences
FOR SALE .ONE "HOTEL, "SACRIFICE;'
""'b"i.. turee 'pria:c nouies. Call Occl
dental Hotel. ,lat and Morrlsoi. sts.
-THE M&DINA." .-!CT4 WASHINGTON,
over Conlray's; new and elegantly furnished
rooms, day, week or montn.
25R 11TH FRONT ALCOVE ROOM. NICELY
furnished, suitable for one or vtwo gentle
men; all conveniences. '
414 YAMHILL ST PEASANT ROOMS. FOP.
gentlemen, steam heat, bath, telephone, all
LARGE CORNER ROOM. FIRST FLOOR;
large cloet, fireplace and gas. 115 14th
st., cor. Washington.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM IN PRIVATE
family. 102 12th. hot. Stark and Washing
tun Call mornings
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE. 75a PER
week;' double beds, $1 and upwards. 320U
Front, corner Clay.
174 ALDER ST.NEWLY FURNISHED. ELE
gant rooms, suitable for gentlemen; all mod
ern conv enlenoes.
225 5TH, NEAR SALMON.-ONEOR MORE
bright, cheery rooms; also suite of rodms.
NICELY FURNISHED, HEATED, FRONT
r-j.im, vviin cv wujiout Doara, for gentleman.
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM FOR RENT; 3
blocks from Portland Hotel. Address T 31,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. FOR ONE OR
two gentlemen; reasonable rent. 407 Stark
100 10TH ST., NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
Nicely furnished' rooms; modem conven
iences. FOR RENT NICE FRONT ROOMS THE
Vlncennei, 3324 Washington, near Soventh.
Rooms With Board.
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, 610 Flanders street.
NICELY FURNISHED BAY - WINDOW
rooms, single or en suite, -with board, in
private family. 347 Market.
NEW, NICELY FURNI&RED ROOMS; GOOD
board; rrlvate famajr;" good home for few
couples. P 40, Oregonlan."
PLEASANT. RO'QMS WITH BOARD; GOOD
location: bath, as" and telephone. 533 East
Ankeny. ' '
.VERY DESIRABLE BU.ITB . AND ROOMS;
all conveniences and' good, board. 16S 11th.
THE DRIARD, 395 MORRISON! COR. 10TH
Fine rooms; ojsd flrst-olasa table board.
NICELY 'FURNISHED F.RONT BOOM. -WITH
or without board. 822 Fourth street.
TWO OR THREE VERY? DESIRABLE FUR
nished housekeeping rooms, with bath, tele
phone, gas range; every convenience; reason
able, 2fW Montgomery Bt, cor. 5th.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND
bath, for housekeeping: no children; refer
ences exchanged. S8T Ilth st.
674 RODNEY AVE NICELY FURNISHED,
thoroughly modern; electric .lights; man and
FOUR COMPLETELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 471 Everett between 12th
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 'HOUSEK-EEP-ing
BUltes. 132 First street, cornor Alder.
FOR RENT FURNISHED 'SIX-ROOM COT
tago, .East 'Side; "modern conveniences; to
permanent tenant Call 304 Sellwood st
FOR RENT NEW MODERN, 7-ROOM
house, 485 West Park at, $20 per month.
C. H. Korell, 235 Starit st.
ELEGANT NINE-ROOM RESIDENCE FOR
rent very reasonable. Inquire, room 3, Ham
ilton buijdlnir. "
FOR RENT NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE
with bath; furnished. Inquire E. Shepard,
TWO ACRES GROUND: 0-ROOM HOUSE,
at Mount Tabor for rent. Call 214 18th st.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE, NINE
rooms and -bath. 074 Johnson ft near 21st
Rountree & Diamond. 241 Stark. Phone
NICELY FURNISHED 0-ROOM COTTAGE.
..with piano; no small children. Inquire 083
Second street, forenoon.
NICELY FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE
for rent, $30 month: no children; references
required. 703.JrVlpg str
FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT. ROOM
B, 182 Third street.
FOR RENT STORE. 41 FIRST ST.. COR.
Ash.'R. ICGllsan. 420-Chamber Commerce-.
Entire space on sixth floor, Goodncugh bldg.;
formerly occupied by Portland Business Col-
' lege; space 100x100, largi. halls, 'and flno
. suites of offices.; for rent in whole or in par:
well lighted, heated, elevator service, etc
Apply J. M. Peebles. 20i-Goodnou$h bldg.
THE RUSSELv COR FOURTH AND MORRI
son, over Stelnbach's stor Largo ,, office.
roams;. gas -and steam. ,
OUR CRED-IT SYSTEM
Will enable you to clothe yoarself. furnish
your home, establish yourself comfortably. A
very small weekly sum wMl supply ou with
ladies' tailor-made suits, rapes. Jackets,
skirts; also men's suits, overcoats, hats,
trunks, musical Instruments, albums, clocks,
furniture, etc. $1.00 opens an account with
Us. Come and let us: explain our system of
doing business. Eastern Outfitting Co., 383
SEE GREAT INDIAN MEDIUM. BORN
with double Veils tells past, present and
future; warns against misfortune; sure guide
to social and business life; confidential; heals
all diseases by the Use of Indlah horbr. 132t
Third St., cor. Alder, upstairs; offices -5, 6, 7.
Special attention given chronic diseases of
both sexes. Consultation free.
17 woman wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; leucorrhoea (whltef). arid all
complicated diseases pertaining to changes of
life, cured by old Dr. Kesster, cor. Second
and Yamhill sts. 320 women called last
month. Consultation free, and private rooms
for ladles. If can't call, write. Inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated jt horn by his
new system. .
RHEUMATISM IN EVERY FORM" FOSI
,. tlvtly cured or money refunded; .also all
fhrcat and lung 'troubles, kidney and liver
tioublos. Insomnia and all nervous and de
'.hllifated affections quickly cured. Consulta
.tfon free; booklet free by mall. Address Dr.
C. W. Eman & Co . 18 Russel. building, Port
DRESS SUITS RENTED, ALL SIZES. WE
.call for, ""sponge, press and deliver one suit of
Trqur Clothing each week, sew dn buttons, sew
UP rips, for $1 per. month. Dyeing, stram
. , cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co.,
31 w.asnmgton, ootn . pnones.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC. A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen, 180
.Fifth 'st. and 2QV.it Alder. The cafe in con
nection carrle the bst line , of liquors and
clgais the world produces, ' t
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED RY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. Ohe month's treatment,
$2r 3 months, $3 Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland.
A YOUNG LADY. RECENTLY FROM CHI
cafeo, the only scientific, experienced mass"
euese, manicurist and chiropodist In .North-
' jvr,st. 20,, Raleigh block. . t '
ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES. AN UN
cqualed antis.rpUc.,no ialluw;. peri box. $1 00;
sample, 10c. Illond Qhem. Co . Portland. P.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE AC
curatu.'y and leasonably fllled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy, 227 Morrison St., bet. 1st and 2d.
We rrlnt 30 visiting cards, proper size and
Btjle, 25c; 250 business, cards, $1; sent post
paid. Brown & Schmale, 22D First St., city.
Uncle Henry, 150 Cth pawnbroker; unredeemed
pledges: barralns always on band; warrant
ed Jewelry, watch repairing lowest prices.
FRITZ' CONCERT HALL; largest cafe on Pa
cific Coast, 240 to 21(5 Burnilrts. Welnhard's
beer on draught. Clubrcoms upstairs.
Uncle Henry, 150 0th. pawnbiokr'f. unredeemed
pledges: bargains always on hand; Jewelry
and watch repalrlns lowest prices.
Respectable slnjle men and" women wishing to
become acquainted, address P. O. box 350.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND
stamp to lock box CC0, Portland Or. .
PROPOSALS FOR PULLEYS SEALED PRO
posali will b received by tho Board of
CJounty CommlsIonrrs 'of Multnomah County,
to be orencd In public Oct 31. 1900. 10 A.
M., at their office, new City Hall, for 300
pullejs, to ba the same lri'stza and quality
as sample shown at the oMlce. The right to
reject any or all bids Is hereby reserved.
W. B. STEELE;
J. G. MACK.
Tortland. Or., Oct. 20, 1000.
SALE OF REFUNDING BONDS-NOTICE T
hereby given that bids will be received by
the Treasurer of the 'City of Heppnor until
December 1, 11)00. for the sate of $4000 re
funding bonds of said city to run for 10
years at 5 per cent interest. Full informa
tion rriven on Inquiry. The cltv reserves
the right to reject any and all bids. L. W.
Brlggs, City Treasurer. .
OFFICE 'OF COUNTY ASSESSOR. PORT
- land, Or., Monday, Oct. 80, 180O To the
Taxpayers of Multziomah County: Notlfce Is
hereby ;lven that on Monday, November 10,
1000, the Board of Equalization of Multno
mah County will attend at the office of the
Clerk of the County Court of said county,
and publicly cxamlno the assessment rolls
for the year 1000, and correct all errors In
valuation, descriptions, or qualities of lands,
lots or other property. And lt Is the duty of
all persons Interested to appear at the time
and place appointed; and If lt shall appear
to such Board of Equalization that there
aro any lands, lots or other property assessed
twice or In the name of a person or persons
not the ower of tho samo or assessed under
or beyond Its value, or any lands, lots or
other property not assessed, said Board of
Equalization shall make the proper correc
tions. R. S. Greenleaf, Assessor for Mult
nomah County, Oregon.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF
Supervising Architect. Washington, D. C., Oc
tober 10, 1000. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on
the. 24th day of November, J00O, and then
opened, for the Installation of a wiring sys
tem for tho United States Custom-House at
Portland. Or., in accordance with the draw
ings and specification, copies of which may
be obtained at this office or at tho office of
the superintendent of construction at Port
land, Or., at tho discretion of the Supervis
ing Architect. James Knox Taylor, Super
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC THE MEAT MAR
ket at 140 First st, formerly known as. tho
"Pacific Meat Market." has changed Its
name to the "Rlver-SIde Market" and is
owned by F. L. Dames, as heretofore. Mr.
Andrew J. Jones will open a grocery store
and poultry market Nov, 1 In tho same
store, 149 First st.
FOR SAIE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandlse. with store bulldlzur and- dwelling-,
situated in one of the -moot prosperous dis
tricts of Eastern Orefron. A big" bargain.
Stock, now about $3000. but can bo reduced.
-JTrajlo -well established. Special terms to
right parties. For further particulars, apply
to Wadhams & Kerr Bros., Portland, Or.
ROOMING - HOUSES. ALL SIZES AND
prices; grocery stores, $500 to $6500: SA
LOONS, $450 up; RESTAURANTS, $75 to
$1000; CIGAR, candy and fruit standB,
cheap and well located; several good buys in
COUNTRY HOTELS; large list of all kinds
of business chances and partnership-1.
JENNINGS &. CO 300 MORRISON ST.
BUTCHERS AND MARKET MEN HERE IS
your chance. You can get a nice corner
market, fixtures all In it, where with a
small capital and push you can make money
without leaving Portland. Rent low to good
tenant. J. Kraemcr, Commercial hloclt.
DENTIST .WANTED A GOOD LOCATION
for a good dentist; about $100 worth of
work per month; vacant on account of sick
ness. Will sell or rent offlco and house.
Address Mrs. Holt Fraser, Monmouth, Or.
FOR SALE PAYING STATIONERY AND
newspaper business iu thriving mining
town. Good lease, cheat) rent; excellent lo
cation. Invoice about $600. Box 202, Sump
FOR SALE FLOURING MILL, GOOD
-water-power, near Ashland. Addreas Frank
Williams & Co , Ashland. Or,
ROOMING-HOUSE FOR SALE; LONG
lease; rooms all full; a paying investment
Inquire 220 5th.
LOST AND POUND.
FOUND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF
East 30th street and Sandy road, two stray
heifer calves; owner can have samo byprov
lng' property and paying- expenses. wV T.
Gardner .213 Fourth street, cjty.
XOST RED FEMALE IRISH SETTER,
.near Mount Zion -named-'"Juno." Reward.
C. W. Baker, caro W. U. T. Co.
JOHN'POOLEJ Nwtoa Tiragbns. hussies, wlad
mllls, pumps, aaohlnery. 'Foot Morrison st.
EDWARD T. TAGGART, ATTORNEY - AT
law, general praotice, BIS Cbasaber of Com
merce. ,j, -,
J. W. RANSOM. ATTORNE7-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank blUr.. Portland. Or.
Aaayer . and AnaJyatm.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gOTd" Hust "bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEU ASSAYER AND ANALYST:
gold dust bought. 2234 .Stark it.
J. K. GILL &-CO., WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. l&-35 2d st.
BOOKS. OLD AND NJaW. BqUGHT AND
sold. The Old Book Scrtv229 Yamhill.
FRENCH SELLS. MAKES AND BUYS
boxes. 213 Washington. Phone Clay 442.
VULCAN COAL CO., dialers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Frent st.. near Gllsan. Ore.-tel... Rid 1700.
Carien,1er. unci, guilders.
JOHN A. MELTON, "carpenter, builder; office
and store fixtures. Oro.-ttl. 747. 303 Stark.
Chiropodists and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY &' MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists. -parlors 301 AUsky
"bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone. Grant Id.
Miss Dart, mahlcurlnr. room Do Union block,
1st and Stark. Haura 0 to B. TeL "Front J44.
Mme. Dr. Hersog. from Berlin, scientific re
vealer; tells entire life, past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; xur aclp:
mlstako Impossible; imports genuine gypay
love powder. Feb. $1; letter. i. 363 Aider.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, aud gn?ral qoramis
alon merchant. Front at., nekr Main. Port
land, Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG &. CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Tropt & D stft.. Portland, Or.
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce, Portland.
METAL SKYLIGHTS, GALVANIZED IRON
cornites. J. C. Bayer, 263. Second st.
DANCING AND DRAMATIC ELOCUTION.
Mrs. Larowe. 23d and Kearney. ToL 11 to 3.
DR. B. H. FISHER.
717 The Dekum.
PHONE HOOD 809.
Dyeing: and Cleaning.:.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 381 17th. Tel. Red 131.
Fence and Wire Worlcs.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WHIE
Works. A. Carlson. 259 East Morrison st.
All kinds machinery and bicycle repairing, saw
filing and gumming. Jacob Tolear, 214 Jef.
Hair Dressing nud .llnuicnrlng.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 1C0 FIFTH, OrP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phono Hood 914.
Uarnesi and Saddles.
IJREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.. .
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
salc saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware, 72 Front Bt.
Iron Founders. Mncli'sts, Ship -fJ'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works: designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W. ; protects the living; fixed pay
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Soc'j. 612-GI5 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FHIE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Magnetic and Mental Heallngr.
Magnetic Healer Mrs. Dr. Watsop. from Chi
cago, positively cures rupture, no matter how
lung a standing; rheumatism, tumors, nerv
ousnes, chronic sores, female troubles. 10 to
12. i to 4 P. M.. 102 Fifth St.. cor. Taylor.
Mrs. C. J. Maple, magnetic healer (Weltmer
method), office treatment and college courses
given. 221 Goodnough bldg.. 5th & Yamhill.
SELECT MASSAGE and magnetto treatments;
lady from S. F. Parlor 38. 23S& Stark st.
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.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 2C8 1st
Manufacturer of Ladles' Goods.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS AND WRAPPER...
fancy white goods, silk underwear made to
order. Sing Chong Co., 333 Morrison.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Bowon. 20-35 .First st
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banj. mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104.4 1st
SIGNOR G. FERRARI. MASTER OF VOICE
" culture, Mulkey big.. Second and Morrison.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED SPE
clallst has opened up his office at 347 Front,
'and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic dlsoases.
lr. XT. A. Xtocflrs and Dr. lUicxaa. C. JXtcka,
graduates under Dr. A. T. Still, the founder
of Osteopathy; consultation and 'diagnosis
.Tree. -552-8-4 Marquam bldg. .Pborw Main 27.
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP, Osttopath, suite 418
Dekum bldg. Investigation respectfully so
licited; examination tree. Phone Mais 349.
DR. L. B. SMITH, PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 400 Oregonlan bulldtsr. Phono Oak 421.
MRS. L. BURHAN5, SCIENTIFIC PALM
ist, Macleay building, room 206. second floor.
10 A. M. to C P. M. ; evenings. 91 Grand
ave., room 30. Readings, 50c and $1.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST, WILL READ
the different years In lire for gain or loss,
according to the rule of aoiontlnc palmistry;
.readings. COc. .Room 210 AUsky bldg.
Miss A M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
psychic; reads past, present future. 309)4 l-t
T- J. GEISLER. 610-811 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U.. S, Parent Office.
Portland Riding: Cluhs.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
Physician., and Sargeons.
Dr. Flora, A, Brown; diseases of women and
children a spsclaRy. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dekum, Portland, Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows Temple.
DR. CORA a TALBOTT. 181.4 FIRST 15
years' experience in diseases of women.
Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist: complexion,
scalp treatments, manicuring. Parlors 25-26.
Russel bldg., 4th & Morr. Phono Front 375.
Roofing and Slcyllsats.
Removed W. A. Wynkoop, 248 Ash, near 3d.
Phone Hood 764. Country work specialty
I SAFES. SAFES, BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT.
opening lockots repairs. . ja. jjavis. w tu.
' Saw Mill Machinery.
Christenson-McMaster Machinery Co.: new and
24-hand, macblnoy, E. Water and E. Taylor.
ShoTveases and Store Fixture.
DIXON, BORGESON & CO., FRONT AND
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and psjchlc life- reador: consult her on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friend:
good advice on mines; reaydlng daily, 50c and
up. 107 Fim st ofllces 7 and 8.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. MEDIUM: TEST CIR
do evsry Tuesday evening,, 205 Goodnough
building-. Fifth and Yamhill. Tel. Brown 441.
Cut this out.
MRS. STEVENS. SPIRITUAL LIFE READ
er: sittings dally. 221 Morrison St.. rm. 22.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or Main 77T; Columbia 070.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C M. Olsen, 123 First.
Tel. office Main 1037: Black 801.
Storace and Transfer.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Btckel'a storehouse, 31 North Fro U
Stoves, Ranees. Household HMwate.
Hardware: solo agt. Universal stoves & ranges;
housefurnlshlng gooda. J. J. Kaddorly. 14i lt
Tent and ATrnincs.
PORTLAND TENT &. AWNING CO.; TENT?,
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant Ifw I,
United Statei Pensions.
E. W. ALLEN. 313 CHAMBER OF COt
mereo. pension attorney. 20 years' experln .
C. F PFLUGSR. NOTARY. 145 SECOND far.
Rebellion and later war applications made
DR. R. H. POWER TREATS ALL DOMFS
tlc animals. 303 Jefferson: phono Oak 1121.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FTRM
ture. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In
installments, reducing interest. Rates low r
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr . Ul
0th. near Wash, (ground floor). Tol. Oak 1 ii.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REL
or chattel mortgages, personal, or salarj tn
curlty, at lew rates. C. W. Pallett. 213 Com
merctal block. Tel. Grant 858.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5H. . 1 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Inaurunco Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrisori at.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A Hah
away. room 10 Wash. bldg. Phono Hood 413.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK, FURNITURE,
real estate or other securities. 128 Third sU.
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rata Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $3 TD
$500. on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
son & Co., room 5 Washington building.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, room 45 Washington building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF Se
curity. Wm. Holl, room 0 Washington bldg.
State funds loaned 0 per cent. W. E. Thom-vs.
state agt. for Mult. Co . -100 Cham. oS Com
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent farm or city
property. O. M. Smith, 3 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, eta. low rates.
See us first Mann & Co , 604 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECURI
ty. Phone Red 2S53. Frame. 510 Marquam.
OREGON MININO STOCK EXCHANGE.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING
OPEN CALL 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DAILY.
F. J. Hani & Co.. Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Oregon Phone 810; Columbia Phono 230.
Rountree & Diamond, Portland, Or., 241
Stark st. Phono Grant 291.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
100 THIRD STREET.
Money to Joan on mortfasa,
A general trust and. agency business transacted.
BENJ. L COHEN President
h. l. prrrocK. a s. nicholsvic-ptos.
E. J. AL3T0CK, J. O. Go tra.....8ecr. arias
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ot
the United States.
President - H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Casfalor -O- E- WITHINOTON
Assistant Cacmler J. W. NEWKHUC
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit Issued, available in Europs
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago, at Louis, at
Paul Omaha, San Francisco and tho principal
points In tb.6 Northwest
Bight and time btlla drawn In sums to suit
n r-rmdon. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the
Main. Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrtstlanta. Stockcolm, St Petersburg, Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorahl terms.
jjDD & TILTON. BANKERS
UA"" ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections paado at all points a iiivorahlo
terms. Letters of credit issued available la
htroD and the Eastern states.
si-rht Exchaag and Telegraphic Transfers
Boldon -New 'rit Washington, Chicago, 3t
Tonls Denver. Omaha, San Francisco and vart
ous tfolnta in Oregon, Washington. Idaho. Mon
tana and Brittsh Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris. Barlln,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANX
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... $0,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING .j.... ......... MANAGER
r M. DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN B. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIEU
General BanWuec Business transacted, ffir
chatura .sold, and Letters of Credit laouanl.
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON ....President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
r. w. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT. Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on tlm. deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, avallabla
la all parts of tho world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP.. $2,450,000
Head Office. 71 Lombard street London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
a-c-iL.s business: makes loans, discounts biiu
f and issues commercial and travelers credits.
available in any city in tne world.
Chamber ot Commerce Building, Third and
Stark streets. W. A. MACRA1& Manager.
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 air the princi
pal cities tn Europe. Also facilities for tele
graphic transfers. Collections made on fav
orable terms on all accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
Connected with the bank Sates rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available in all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWAKD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLKK
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
w ?.ea. I-C8. 60 Lombard street London.
Com'! Blck. 244 Washington at. Portland.
R- LEA BARNES. Manager.