TH$ ''. MOK5TING OKE(QKIASj. 'WEDNESDAY ,OCi:QBEK ,31; 1900. 9 DAILY MBTE.OROLOGICAii REPORT. PORTLAND, Oct. SO. S P. M. Maximum temperature, -BO; minimum temperature, 44; rirer reading at 11 A M.. 5.3 eet; change In the past 24 iicurs, O.t ioot; total precipita tion, 5 P, M. to 5 P. M.. 0.5J inch; total pre cipitation since Sept. 1, 1900, 5.31 inchea; nor mal precipitation since Sept. 1, 1900, 5.65 Inches; deficiency, 0.34 inch; total sunshine Oct. 28, 0:35; possible sunshine Oct. 20, 10:12. Pacific Coast Wn.ther. Wind. STATIONS. 2 Astoria Baker City , Bismarck .,......, Boise ............... Eureka ............ Helena .....,......, Kamloops, JJ. C.... Pocatello ........... Portland ......... Bed Bluff ." 0.D4 6tSW Cloudy -6JSE ICloudy 4 If W .Clear 8'.SE Cloudy 0.-00 O.OO O.lGi 8SE Rain 0.00 4 JEW OWE 4SW 16 is 4,'SE Clear Cloudy Et. cloudy Kaln Cloudy Bain Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy 0.00 K.00: 10.48; Roscburg ....50jO.S4 SSTr??0 J).l 4 !SE 4'E San Francisco ".5So!0O; Spokane .46 0.00 4,S s w 12 SE seacue .-..-..,......150)024 Wila Tgrila "Jsij0 .j 6ISE 18 SE main JTraco. WEATHER, CONDITIONS. Another disturbance has -appeared over the extreme northwest portion of Washington. It Is moving raaldly eastward, and will cause high southwest sales -tonight along the coast from Cape Blahco north to Cape Flattery, and storm warnings are displayed at Astoria and at stations along the Straits of Juan de Fuca. Moderately ncayv rains have fallen In Wcst crn Oreron and Western "Washington, and the Indications are that the rains -will overspread the eastern jjortions of" these states tonight. Changes in temperature have been unimport ant WEATHER FORECASTS. Forecasts made at Portland Tor the 28 hours ending at midnight "Wednesday. October SI: Portland and vicinity Occasional rain; urlsk to high southwest winds. "Western Oregon and "Western Washington Occasional rain; -brisk to (high southwest wlndb, with gales along the coast. Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington and Idaho Rain; warmer; brlslc southerly windu, probably becoming high and shifting to west erly. EDWARD A. "REALS. Forecast Official. AJtfUSEMEIYTB. MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEILIG, Manager. THE ROTAL ITALIAN BAND OF ITALY. THE ROYAL ITALIAN BAND OF ITALY. 40 SOLO ARTISTS 10 Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Saturday Matinee, beginning Thursday, Nov. J. Pnces Evening: Entire lower floor. $1; bal cony, first 6 rows, 75c; last 6, 50 gallery, 25c Popular .Matinee prices Lower floor, adults 50c. children 25c; balcony, adults And children, 23c CORDRAY'S THEATER One -week, commencing Oct. 28 (Matinee Sat urday), Lincoln J. Carter's Wonderful Railroad Play, - "TmFASTMAIL; 2 : ""THE .FAST MAIL." . - "THE FAST MAIL." " : ........,................ See the Tull-slzed. practical locomotlre and train -of 14 freight -cars. Flight of the fast mall. Niagara Falls by .moonlight. Exciting steamboat race. USUAL PRICES. METROPOLITAN THEATER Phono Grant 741. Clarence H. Jones, Mgr. . , THIRD AND YAMHILL STS. Week commencing Sunday. Oct. 2S. opening presentation Joseph Grismer and Clay M. Greene's successful play, .......... (-.. -'THE NEW SOUTH." : THE NEW SOUTH." Z m The Dalley Company, supporting the Talented Emotional Actress, May Nannary. "Wednesday and Thursday. "Lost "Paradise." Friday. Saturday and Matinee. "The Wife." THE FREDERICKSBURG SEVENTH AND ALDER HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTIES. ADMISSION FREE. SIX. HANDSOME YOTTN 1 ADD3S. IN CAPTIVATING POSES. Z.A. -LISTA.' Poses' Platlojue. 22HJ" KA HOWELL, the Vivacious Singer1. "iY?" T ONQLfcO. Acrobatic Comody acv BABY IRENE. Smallest Contortionist on Earth. RAY SOUTHARD, the Popular Minstrel. MAY LEONDOR. Balladlst. AUCTION SALES TODAY. At salesroom. 182 First st.. at 10 o'clock A. M. J. T. Wilson, .auctioneer. MEETING NOTICES. SAMARITAN LODGE NO. 2. I. O. O F Regular meeting this tWedncsdav) evenfng "at 4,0 o'clock. J.nitiation. VlHitors -nclcome. M. OSVOLD, Sec SEVENTH JARD CLUBS.-A jneet,lng will be held in Hobklrk's Hail, to hear Messrs. Leasure and Serrcant Cafcadden, Wednedav ecnlng at 8 o'-clock. ' ti -ot-ot c ''-- H- SAYLOR, Pres. H. M. BUSH. Sec DIED. ADAilS In this city. Oct. -SO, Frederick L Adams nephew of Mrs. E. Quackenbush. Funeral on Thursday. Nov. J. a.: 10:30 A. M.. from the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Quack enbush. 240 13th st. Scirlcos at the grave private. "frf,", th,s cltJ' at lhe family residence. 614 Guilds ave.. ict. 29 1900 Anna EHa H.m ?! iL ni J eare- Thfr funeral services S,iLe,heldi toflpy2 A. II. at the All 1 -?t d 0r and ReCd Sts' Er,ends WILSON In this citj-. Oct. 30. 1900. C. G Wilson, aged G4 years. Funeral -will tak place from Holman's chapel, cor. Fourth ard Yamhill sts., Thureday. io A. M. Friends in vited to attend. WlNTERS-to "this cltyOct. 27. 1900, Stenhan Inters, aged 87 years. Funeral from Hol nian undertaking parlors today t 2 P M Friends and acquaintances Invited to attend! BROWN In this cltj. Oct. 20. OHIe Jtfay ?? daughter of L A. and Susan Brown, 105 1 Belmont st. Funeral at 2 P. M. from, the 'house Wednesday. Oct 3L SINCLAIR At the fam'lly residence, in this City 414 Fifth St., Oct. 30. 1900. Mary A. Sinclair, aged 5S years. 8 months and 8 days. Notice of funeral Jiereaftcr. FUNERAL NOTICE. TACKABERY The funeral of the late Captain J. D. Tackabery tuh take place from St 5jLRtStSl8i5!reh Uto (Wednesday) - at 8 o plock. thence xo Oregon Cit-. EDWARD HOL-UAS. L"naeru, leer. -lth nnd Ynrnhlll sts. Rcna Stlnson. lady assistant. Both phones Jn, tt07. Kiriley, Kimball & Co.. Undertakers. unnj- assistant. ZTZT, Thirl Jt. Tel. 9. J NEW TODAY. Ladies Writing Desk. Solid pak, mahogany or blrdseye maple, just the thlnr for the girls or jour wife, iicely cSfVlo Uae aaa keePln Jetters. Spe- I. GEVtJRTZ . The Homefurnlshcr. 173-175 First A.1L,t' PACKAGE OF LINEN. MARKED . lost on Second st yesterday. Finder return to Portland Flour MlTls office and re rivo reward. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. F2R,.SAF S;,35 j:EE:r FRONTAGE AND with. Ml modern improvments and in mast ?auSled;COW75o!n- -TWs ffer nn0t r -tT VSc,m ?ra7T Etreet. near 22d street with full lot f aping south; i750. Inside Jot on Kearney, near aoth- feces south, and in nice neighborhood; 19oo J5xloa on Hojt street, -adjoining' Dr Mackenzie's residence on the west This li an ideal building site; -irSOOO. Inside lot -on 25th, near. Overton; $1450. Inside lot on Ovftrtnn. nmr fr.l- tTtfji iOrBC on southeast corner of ftth' stnA ft i coin Bu-eeuB, wn nanasome 7-room house- SxxlQO. with large, two-story house, on Thurman, near 23d; $1760. 75x75, with C-room house, 1074 Front st; this is a cheap home and can be made very attractive at a small expense: $1250. JTulI lot and house, 171 East 8th, near Yamhill street; $1500: Lot southwest corner East 14th And Pine, with 10-roora house; "?4(00. 58 fool frontage, with nice 6-room new house, on Clackamas, near Qulnry; 22000. RUSSELL & BLYTH. S2 Third st F R SAT F -CHEA,' FAR GASH; 500 ACRES choice land on the Columbia River; good buildings, full line of larm machinery; W hoad cattle, C -horsesi 50 liogr. CO tpn good hoy. Address H. T. Burr, Ladu, Wash. CLASSIFIED AD. RAJES "Room," "Rooms and Board," "Housekeep ing Rooms." Situations Wanted," 15 jwonU or lees, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cents. '21 to 36 words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional insertions. UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New Today." SO cents Tor 15 irords or lees: IB to 20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, cents. et& oral insertion. Each additional Jsserctotb one half; no further discount under cae month. "NEW TODAT" (gauge measure agate), 13 cents per line, first Insertion; 10 'cents per line for each additional insertion. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of fice,, should always be Inclosed in sealed envel opes. No stamp Is required on such letters. The Oregonlan will not.be responsible for er rors :n advertisements -taken through !& tle yhone. FOR SALE BEAL ESTATE. THE PLACES TO BUY ARE QUARTER block, fine 5-room cottage, barn, choice fruit; two blocks to cars; $950. Full lot, C-room cottage, northwest Mount Tabor; $500. 100x200 feet, same block; Portsmouth School; $450. 1 An extra good 2Q-acre place, mile cars; house, barn and fruit; $1500. 31 -acres, with fine odttage; $650. B- H. DUNN, MOfc First St. WE HAVE PROPERTT OF ALL KINDS . nd in all parts -of the city and suburbs, f or- sale at lowest .prices, and can make better terms than others, as -we handle property J owned principally by mortgage companies. Call and see our list, as we have some special bargains pn hand, and will drive you out to sec the property. It will cost you nothing" to . look it over. Grindstaff & Bialn, 246 Stark street. FOR SALE. OR TRADE FOR INSIDE RESI dence property A highly improved 10-acre tract. 2 miles east Of Mount Tabor; low prices and easy terms made for n. quick saj. Address A. T. Webb. Terrs. Or. SUBURBAN HOME PARTIES DESIRING model little suburban home of 10 acres, with, neat 6-room "house, fruit etc, for less than cost of Improvements, call on Hart Land Co . 107 Sherlock building. THREE ACRES, WELL LOCATED. JOINS Piedmont near car, new, pretty house, 6 rooms and bith. young orchard, cheap.- easy term1?, certain to increase In value. Dr. Swain, dentist, 7A3 Dekum Bldg. 7S ACRE. 4 MILES WEST OF CITY, ON Beaverton road; 40 acres in cultivation; rich oll; a bargain at ?fi5 per acre, W. E, Thomas. 400 Chamber of Commerce. S3 ACRES 1U MILES FROM HIGHLAND, 40 'inlft'ultlvation: good -buildings and good watpr; $15 per acre: $400 cash, balance long time. D 31, Oregonlan. FOR SALE LOTS C 'AND 7. 'BLOCK ISO. Couch; -price $3500; one-half cash. By Par rlfh tc Watklm, 230 Alder, et. ELEGANT. MODERN S-ROOM HOL'SE.'mn. ner lot. West Side; price $2200, cost $4750. 1 x. u, jresoiuan. $475 HOUSE AND LOT. ONE BLOCK FROM station MontaHla car Uno; cow stable. R 35, Oregonlan. SEE REIDT-S SNAPS. Washington Block. TO EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE WHAT HAVE YOU TO exchange for a jjood hotel In . live coun try town? Addr-;s 151 East 0th st. fc"OK SALE FARMS, AT A BARGAIN; 300 ACRES. .$3000; TRUIT and stock faim: mile from Loulsilt!. Clark County, Wash.; fcood water and stock ranch. Timber and 'stock ranch. 160 acre's. $2000; at Yacolt Prairie; 30 acres partly cleared balance zrepc timber, OOO.OuO to o.wmuki xeei; an good land. G. TV. Lewlsville, Wash. Henkle, IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN AT.n ports of Oregon and Washington; payments .. jnaoe -10 sua purcnaFers. For full particulars as to various propertlts, apply to Macisaster & Birrell. 311 Worcester Block. FOR RBXJ-KAItMS, FOR RENT A FARM OF 400 ACRES: 00 IX cultivation, good buildings and fenced, plenty of fruit; 'be3t gulled fcr dairy or fctoek ranch; 50 tons of hayJn barn: wIII-hmII nhrn- vj-m I rent for a. long 'time; near Camas, Wash. U, ttatlon . w . . t FOR RENT J. W. OGILBEE, ROOM 11, 145JA First st Farm. 01 acres; 25 acres in cultivation. 5-room house, barn' etc; fle miles above Oiegon City, two miles from rail road station and oteaniboat landing; rent $15 per j ear. PLACE FOR RENT CPJ5P FOR A MILK ranch, 4J4 .miles west of Courthouse, on' Can yon road W. T. Bush. .81 Fint . 83 ACRES NINE MILES FROM OREGON City; good buildings; 44 -acres in cultivation; $5 -a j ear. C 23, Oregonlan. TO LEASE. 25 OH 40 rreET T' -LT5ASE KOR STORE ON Washington st. between Fourth and Fifth. -Call 285 Warhington. TIMHER LANDS FOR SALE TIMBER. 2J0 000 acres; mill sites, claims, log ging chances, school lands, and scrip. J. L Martin Ar Co.. 001 Oregonlan building. FQR. -SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE OR TRADE 12 SHARES .IN steam sash, door and furniture factory, in live town; 200U reason for selling. Address call box CO. Forest Grove. Or. A SNAP SO BELGIAN HARES; 22 OLD. 08 oung. bucks and does, all high grade; $110 takes them, if sold at once. Canadian Agency 220 Morrison. TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies etc Coast Agency Co.. 2tWU, Stark st LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES, HARNESS, saddles, now and second-hand: must go in 30 days. S. Tomllnson. 211 Washington st FOR SALE FINE COUNTER; COST $30 price $C. lloam 1 Washington building. Call between 10 and 11 A. M. TYPEWRITERS-DENSMORE AND 8MITH Premler for rent or sale. Call at room 10. Washington Bldg.. EASTERN OREGON TIMOTHY HAY AXD oats, uellverefi In Portland. F. D.-UcCully 24 Xorth Front DRY FIR. OAK-AND-SLAE WOOD AT LOW- i murjiei prices. .Hoover. 313 Water st Both phones. P?Rr.BEST W1- OAK AN:3 AS? WOOD GO to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st Phone 189. IMPORTED TAILOR - MADE SUIT. XAVY uiuc, uufi measure 0 menes. -at sacrifice. 183 Fourth st FRESH COWS AND CALVES FOR SALE. Portland Livestock Exchange, -19 Fourth, cor Ankeny. FOR JSALE-BARBER SHOP. AND BUILD ing: long lease of lot Apply at Wilson's, 80 Sixth st ?10 FOR A- NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH balance S2 per month. Gas Co . 174 Fifth st E?L.D ?LP J5S. ONLY 81; GUARAN tced. Uncle ilyers. 143 Third, near Alder. Magic lanterns, nw. second-hand, moving pic tures. Hullard & Break. 131 Post. San Fran. For Sale Several excellent old violins. Emll Thielhorn, rm. 1 MeKay-bldg; 3d and Stark". VSTht plano $sr'' Ch'kPrlng concert grand 100. one 35. Mrs. Martin, 10414 1st upstairs. Pianos. Harrington upright piano, good condition for sale. ?10Q, Graves & Co., 124 Sixth bt. BELGIAN JIARES FOR SALE. BELGIAN HARES; LORD BRITAIN AND Sir Noble stock: low prices: going out of business. Call or address W. P. Hutchins one block north of Mount Tabor postoflice. ' HELP WAXTED-pMALE. WANTED CLOTHING SALESMEN TO open sales agencies for America's Greatest Tailors? proper facilities given to the right parties. Woolens In the piece, for display purposes, furnished, if required. Samples furnished free. A number of our soles agents are making from fl200 to 43500 per year. Write for terms and full information to agency department. A., lock-box 400, Chi cago. 100 SHOYELERS $1.75, BOARD $3.50. FARE and fee advanced; 10 B. R. laborers ?2, board $S.50; loggers $40 to $50 and board; 3 ard and nlll .hands $2; woodchorpers 80c and S5c; carpenon-s -52.51 to 53: rock men $2; farm bRnds 425 to 3); cooks, -waiters, dishwashers. Canadian Agency, 22014 Moni- son. Loggers' Headquarters. SELF WANTED MALE. WANTED DISTRICT MANAGER FOB, one of the large New York Life Insurance Companies. Call, or address M. T. Kady, Supervisor of Agents, 005 Oregonlan building. STUDENT WILLINGTO WpRK, EVEN.INGS, Saturday and Sunday; If Industrious, can make favorable arrangements With Portland Oyster Co., 649 Morrison st. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. FIRST - CLASS clothing salesman; only fully experienced, reliable men need apply; salary good. Her man Wise, Astoria. WANTED YOUNG MAN FOR DELIVERY, on bicycle; one who has been accustomed and not afraid to work; steady employment. 540 Morrison St. EXP. G. MINER. E. ORE., $3; R.OCK MEN, etc, S. Ore., $3; P. and Sh. men, $1.75. Drake, 182 First. ' WANTED LOCAL AND. TRAVELING .So licitors. . Chicago Portrait Co., 53X Goodnough building. " - .. PILES cured without operation. No pain, detention from business., Box 517, clty. No HELP WAITPED FEMALE. COOKS; WAITRESSES; SECOND WORK; : chambermaids; nursa girls; housekeepers; housework of all kinds, $12 to $25; can vassers. Canadian Parlors, 22814 Morrison. A YOUNG LADY DRESSMAKER THAT UN derstands cutting and fitting to go to a small town; good salary to the right party. Ad dress J., box 0, Pendleton, Or. WANTED SEVERAL BRIGHT YOUNG LA dies to read one hour dally for part tuition. ' Behnke's Pernin Shorthand & Commercial College, 014 Commercial block. WOMAN OR GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; lessons In music given in exchange, or wages. G 29, Orerronlan. FIRST-CLASS COOK; SMALL FAMILY; good wages. Apply Hotel Portland .room 217, between 10 and 4. WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN eral housework; wage3 $-10. Apply 332 10th St., cor. Market. GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A small family; wages $20 per month. Call 55 Union ave. GIRL TO WORK IN SMALL FAMILY; NO washing; good" wages. 'Room 404 Macleay building. SECOND GIRL WANTED. CALL BETWEEN 10 and 12 A. M.. 10? North 20th st.,. cor, Irving. TAHORESS ON PANTS, VESTS AND coats. JRallton. Tailor, Vancouver, Wash. WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND housework; no children. 452 Market st. GIRL WANTED TO TAKE CARE OF CHILD 14 months old. Apply 211 Sixth st. C GIRL WANTED FOR . GENERAL HOUSE work. Call at 461 Rodney ave. . WANTED OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Apply 291 Seventh st. WANTED LUNCH WAITRESS. ATMOR ris 337 Waphinton st. Gn?L FOR Tohnon st. GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 529 SITUATION WANTED MALE. Bookkeeper) and Clerics, SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAR ried man; in wholesale house preferred; bcrt of references furnished. Address 170V6 Third st., room 1. Mlccllnncon. WISCONSIN GRADUATE. B. S PH, G would like to have position as teacher, chem ist or In office. Address Y 31, care Oregonlan. STATIONARY ENGINEER: UNDERSTANDS caring 'for dnnino. Address or call Union Hotel, F. J. Smith. j4javkpk voiTvn boy AVANTS POSITION of any kind, do housework, help cook. 230 North Burnside st SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE, Bookkeeper and. Stcuogrraphei. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG CANA ' dlan woman, as .assistant bookeeper, office -woik or ladles" companion r highest refer ences. Address C 33, care Oregonlan. WANTED POSITION AS CASHIER, BY lady; accurate; state "what business. H 30, care Oregonlan. - . Domestic. WANTED BY YOI'NG LADY. PLACE IX 'nice family", to 'Work for -room and board; best references. Address X 30, Oregonlan. SITUATION WANTED-BY SWEDISH GIRL, to do u;lstnlrs work and take care o'f chli dren. 501 East Lincoln. SITUATION WANTED-BY SWEDISH WOM an. to do general housework. 501 East Lin coln, BY COMPETENT WOMAN COOK; CITY OR country. Address 375 Washington st. MiMcelianeoiin. WANT TO TRAVEL THROUGH SOUTHERN California for 3ome house, -by lady. B 33, cure uregonicn. YOU CAN GET A SILK WAIST OR SKIRT , ..i,.. Kstxu .wy- rui.i&uii ei... room ii. WAN TED AGENTS. V E WANT A' CAPABLE MAN OR "WOMAN In each county t handle local business. If jou can gie acceptable references, we can put jou In the way of roakfnc more than a good living In a legitimate and pleasant way. Our business Is the sale of the Ozona tor, a fccientlflc method for the common-enka cure of diseases. The Ozonator Co., 10 Wash ington building, Portland, Or, AGENTS WANTED. LADIES OR GENTLE men. In every county and town on tho Pa cific Coast; can easily make $40 a week: household invention that ex'civ one needs For particulars address room 51. 916. Market st. San Francisco. Cal. AGENTS AI-Tirr. OF ABSOLUTE XECES slty In every building; no competition; big profits; exclusive right: falluro impossible. Agency Dept. 312, 27 WjHun st, N. Y, WANTED TO RENT. WANTED TO RENT BY RESPONSIBLE party, thoroughly modern 8-room house, on West Side; It it made attractive, will pay three or six months in advance. Call at or address 714 .Marquam. THREE. OR FOUR FIRST-CLASS UXFUR nlshed. housekeeping . rooms, in good neigh borhood. Address A 32, Oresonian. WANTED TO RENT PART OF STORE; must be reasonable, to take orders. T 30 care Oregonlan. TO .0 - ROOM MODERN HOUSE. WEST Side. Call 201 14th st. or phone Front 8T1. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED 1000 ACRES OF WHITE FIR hemlock or yellow fir. and-water power, near transportation. Laldlaw. 303 Chamber of Commerce. WANTED A LOAN' OF JJG500 ON Busi ness property; 6 per cent; no agents. Ad-' dress E 32, care Oregonlan. - WANTED A FULL - GROWN LAP - DOG weighing not over six pounds; poodle doir preferred. Tel. Red 740. WANTED TO BORROW ?5000 AT 0 PER cent Interest for five years. Address K 30 care Oregonlan: - ' Wanted Rooming-house, central. State low est cash Trice and location. E 25, Oregonlan. DEBTS AND ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ANY where. Address 518 Chamber of Commerce. HIGHEST PRICES for second-hand furniture stoves, etc. Kutner. 32 North Third. ' Phone! CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT MALXE LOAN Office. 7ft N. 3d st Oregon phono Clay 0S2. FOR RENT. Booms, THE SPALDING S. E. COR. PARK AXD Alder fits., under tho management of the owner, Helen F, Spalding The most complete apartment-house in tho Northwest; cholcn rooms," for gentlemen or gentleman and wife; furnished housekeeping suites a specialty. HOTEL NEW VENDOME XEW MAXAGE knent; -special Inducements offord to perma nent boarders: steam heat; baths; elegant apartments, single or n suite. 13th and" Aldr. Mrs. L. J. Houston. THE NEWCASTLE. Si. E. COB. THIRD AND Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur nished; all modern, conveniences; references, : FRONT BOOM' WITH UPB OF PARLOi ana piano evenings. as7 12th at IfdR RENT. Itoprnn. THE .PLEASANTON, 28S THIRD' ST. FINE furnished rooms, en suite, single, or houses keeping; sunlight. In all rooms; bath included; most reasonable 'terms; transient solicited. LARGE CORNER 'ROOM, FIRST FLOOR; large closet, fireplace ,and gas; private- fam mllyi board If desired. . 115 14.th, coin. Wash ington. ' ELEGANTLY FURNISHED .ROOMS; LOCA tlon unsurpassed for gentlemen transients;. $1 per day,. The Cosmos, Fourth ftn(j Morrison. FOR RENT LARGE, PLEASANT FUR nlshed room. 53 East Seventh at- Suitable for one or t?t, gentlemen; references , OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, FIRST-MORRISON Housekeeping rooms; C-room private houso, for $30,. furnished. Gall Occidental., ;. NEWLY FURNISHED AND DESIRABLE 1 roomsj at 350" Madison; private residence; terms reasonable; phone West 1236, A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,. ON first floor; hatli and heatr rood location4; terms reasonable. 306 Columbia. ' "THE MEDINA." 350ft WASHINGTON, over Cordray's; now and elegantly furnished rooms', day, week or month. 414 YAMHILL ST. PEASANT ROOMS., FOR ' gentlemen: steam heat. bath, telephono. all modern conveniences. ALPINE FLATS, 271 MORRISON STREET Nicely- furnished rooms, en suite or'slngle; to gentlemen only. 474 ALDER ST. NEWLY FURNISHED. ELE gant rooms, suitable for gentlemen; all mod ern conveniences. FOR GENTLEMAN NICELY FURNISHED front room; bath and phone; rent reasonable. 413 Taylor st. 225 FIFTH, .NEAR SALMqN ONE OR MORE bright, cheery rooms; also suite of rooms; reasonable. FOR HENT -- TWO -JSriCELYi. FURNISHED rooms; bath, telephone. 255 11th st.. Port- land. Or. PLEASANT FRONT ROOM FOR RENT; 3 blocks from Portland Hotel. Inquire'-' 124 Sixth st. ---., &u 100 10TH ST., NEXT DOOR1 TO.-MOnBiSON' t Nicely furnished rooms;1 modern- .cohyen- lences. ... ,1, .." Room WitJU. Boaxtf', PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; l.VTH YEAR: rooms with board; enameled Vbath tubs; use of librarv; Woman's Exchange; Industrial school. Addres ?.irs. E- .' George, superin tendent. 510 .Flandcm street ' - , NICELY - FURNISHED BAY'-VWOn'DOW room3, blnrlo,or en suite, with board, .Jn prHate famllj-i "847 Market . - ,. ' FOR RENTElNtB FURNISHED . PARLOR, piano ana neatooras-'oxceuent nemo cooking: Leader, 331 Tattjlrai..1' l V v VERY DESIRAHbbj StIT& A'NfX SINGLE room, with alt'cdnvcnlences1 and best'ot board. 535 Couchv-. ". - FURNISHED ROOM ' AND BOARD; USE phono and bath; room newly papered. 131 10th, near Aldor. XSWLY FURNISHED ONT ROOM. FOP. 'two, vlth boai-d; also fablo board; first class. 188 Sevonfh st. FINE kOME COOKING. PLEASANT ROOMS, centrally located; prhSite boardinff-houso. 107 West Park. ROOMS. WITH BOARD; ALL MODERN com eniences. The Hesperian, 533' Morrison, cor. 17th. THE DRIARD, 303 MORRISON. COR. J0TH Fine rooms; alio first-class table board. NICE SUITE- OF ROOMS. OR -SINGLE rooms, with board. 1CS-170 11th st. " . 175 12TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED SIN gle room, with bonrdr reasonable. A NICE ROOM, WITH board. 211 12th st. ALCOVE, AND HoiiBekceiiSui Rootna. FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING" 'ROOMS; alsra bedrooms; modern conveniences; 481 Burnside, -cor. 13th, Mrs.-E A. -Rogers.' ' 85. YAMHILL ST.-FHRNISHED. ROOM3; "also-'fumlihed housekeeping rooms; reason - able central.' - - ' Honaes. FOR; RE.VT-r-RUILDING.T WITH' FOUR LI V ? Ins, rooms and, store, cor. First and Sheridan sts.; $10 ptr month. C. H. Korell. 2,!5.bUfk street ' ' $11 PER MONTH; AN 8 - ROOM HOUSE; largo yard, with fruit' trees; also chicken house. Phone Union 545. FOR RENT NEW riVE-ROQM COTTAGE with bath; furnished. Inquire E. Shepard! M oodlawn. Or. , - I FOR RENT-9-ROOM HOUSE MODERN. AT Sunnyside, '1000 East Washington. -Inquire 201 liorrlron s - " -- - -- FIVE-1'OOM POTTAGE; TLXTH. BASEMENT, etc.; g0id repair. Harrington, 09'. First st. Fitrnlvlicti lltics.. FOR RENT COMPLETELY FURNISHED hous. Including fine piano, sewing machine, telephone, etc.; East S.'ffp. Al-o good Jersey cow and chic!ons. Rent cheap. Inqulrb 6 North Front st. COMPUTHr."-' Pl'F-NISHED HOUSE, NINE rooms and bath. 074 Johnson st, near 21st Rountree & Diamond. 241 'Stark. Phon? , Grant 291. -', NICELY TURNISHED 6-ROOM COTTAGE, with rlano; no small children. Inquire CS-i Second st . forenoon. ' ' """ ' NICELY TURNISHED -MODERN -fi - ROOM" 'cottage, near two, car lines; rent reasonable. CnH.i04 Sellwooff-t. ' ' ' Houses for. ReutInniitnre for Sale. A MODERN 7-ROOM COTTAGE F'R -KT and furniture for sale at a bargain. Apply room 318 Chamber of Commerce. Stores. FOR RENT STORE. 41 FIRST ST.. COR -'Ash. R; L. Gllsan 420 Chamber Commerco, . OtUces. THE T.USSEL. COR. FOURTH -AND' MORRI fcon. over Stelnbach's store Large ofllce 'rooms; gas and steam. BUSINESS CHANCES. SICKNESS REQUIRHTG CHANGE OF CLI mate compels mo to sell, at great sacrifice' the best-pajing confectionery and Ice cream parlor In-Astoria, Or.; finely equipped; motor power; everj thing complete for the imanut'at; ture. and bale of candy and ice-cream; full stock of conietlcnery, materia"! and supplles Tufts soda fountain; a rare chance tto step' 4 4t- "'m fcuuu ijajins uusiness; must no seen to be .appreciated; post $2000; $600 If sold at once. Address The SDa Candv .Fur- tory, Astoria, Or.', or A. B. Coonley. Port in nA Or --I" i " FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL MER chandlse, With store building and dwelling ' -situated In one of the most prosperous dis tricts of Eastern Oreron. A big bargain. Stock now about S5000, but can be reduced" Trade well established. Special terms to " right parties'. For further particulars,' apply to Wadhams & Kerr Bros., Portland, Ort ROOMINO - HOUSES, ALL SIZES AND prices; grocery stores. 5500 td $0500; SA LOONS. $450 up; RESTAURANTS-, $75 to $1000; CIGAR, candy nnd fruit stands, cheap and well located; several good buys in COUNTRY HOTELS; large list of all kinds of business chances and partnerships. JENNINGS & CO 309& MORRISON ST. BUTCHERS AXD MARKET MENHERE IS your chance. You can get a nico corner market, fixtures all in it, where with a small capital and push you can make money w Uhout leaving Portland. Rent low to .good tenant. J. Kraemer, Commercial blocjc. l FOR SALE THE STOCK AND- FIXTURES of o!d-cstablIsh"d grocery; good location; building for rent at reasonable nrlco: will sell stock and rent fixtures to reliable party; ' ca-uec, . BicKuesB oi owner. AQuress w 31, . care Oregonlan. DRUG STORE "AND PRACTICE FOR .SALE price $1200; will ray to Investigate this. J" C. Smith,..M. D., Adams, Or. " GOOD SALESMAN AND OFFICE . MAN with about "$1000, wishes partnership in good business. F 82. Oregoniam ' ROOMING.- HOUSE FOR SALE; LQXG lease; rooms alt full; a paying Investment Inquire 225 Fifth. GOOD-PAYING HARNESS BIJSIXESS.FQR "le. Inquire Dubrulllo Harness Co , Albany OiV , - s FINANCIAL. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM S5 TO $500, on all classes of security. R. t. Ecker son & Co., room .5 Washington building. ' MONEY TO LOAN OX ALL KINDS OF fiEL curity. Wm. Holl, room 9 Washington bldg. FIX AK CI AX. LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI- ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In Installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower than the lowest F.'W. Graves, Mgr., 124 Oth, near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331. LOANS WITHOUT "PUBLICITY ON 'REAL or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett, 213 Com roercial block. Tel. Grant 50. $200,000 TO LOAN AT 5H. 0. 7 PER CENT, , Jity ana suDuman property tor saie ana rent. Agents for- We3tchesier Fire Inturanc Co. Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st. MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS. . furnlturo and ether securities. W. A. Hath ' away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone Hood 413. LOANS ON-MINING STOCK, FURNITURE, real estate or other securities, 128 Third St.. C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Offlco. LOANS ON FURNITURE, FIANQS AND r other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W. King, room 45 Washington building. t ' State funds loaned 6 per cent. W. E. Thomis, ' state agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of Com. MONEY. TO LOAN. 0 per cent, farm or city property. O. M. Smith, 3 ClC of Commerce. LOANS1 on chattels, 'salaries, etc.. low rates. See us first. Mann & Co.. C04 Dekum bldg. MONEY TO LOAN0"N CHATTEL SECURI ty. Phone Red 2S53. Frame. 510 Marquam. SPECIAL NOTICES. Proposal Invited. PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES Office of Purchasing Commissary, San Fran cisco, Cal Octobar 30. 1900, Sealed propo sals for furnishing and. delivering of such quantities of subsistence supplies, delivered at such wharf or wharves or such warehouses In San FrancUco, Cal:, as per circular to be seen at this office, will -be received here until 11 o'clock A. M., November 0. 1000. and opened Immediately thereafter In "presence of bidden. Specifications, general Instructions to bidders and blank form of proposal will be furnished, ta established dealers on applica tion to W. H. BALDWIN. Major and C. S.. U. S. Army, Purchasing- Commissary. PROPOSALS FOR HAY QUARTERMAS ter's. Office, Seattle. Wash.. October 27. 1900. Sealed proposals, In duplicate, will be re ceived hero until 11 o'clock A. M. Wednesday,.-November 7, 1300. and ,then opened, for furnishing." at Tacoma or Seattle, 1500 tons double - compressed baled hay for export Specifications and further information on ap plication., The-'right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. Mark envelopes, "Proposals for hay." and address to MAJOR GEORGE RUHLEN, Quartermaster, U. S. Army. SALE OF REFUNDING BONDS NOTICE IB hereby, given that bid? .will be received by the Treasurer of the City of Heppner until December 1, 1900.- for the sale of $4000 re funding bonds of said city to run for 10 years at 5 per cent interest Full Informa tion; given on inquiry The. city rrserves the right 'to reject any and all bld3. L. W. Brlggs,, City Treasurer ... t ' Ml.scellenconn. NOTICE OF FILING SUPPLEMENTARY Articles by Oregon & California Railroad Co. Notice is hereby given that the Oregon S California Railroad Company has duly filed supplementary articles of lncorporatlbn conferring upon ea,ld corporation power: Seventeenth: To purchase, construct, equip, own and.-operate railroad, telegraph and tel ephone lines with all tne necessary branches, Bldetracks, fixtures, buildings, depots, Sta tions and appurtenances, from a -point of Junction In its main line running from Port land, Or., to the south boundary line of tho state, at or near the City of Eugene, In Lane County, State of Oregon, In a northeasterly direction, by way of Springfield and Wend Hng, in the Mohnwk Vallty, to a point at or near section seven (7). in township sixteen (10) south, range one (1) east, Willamette Meridian,-in Linn County; and also .a branch line from omc suitable point of the line aboi e 'described at or near section eight (Sj. 1 township sixteen (10) south, range one (1) west, to a point at or noar section nineteen 09), township fifteen (15) south, rango one (1) eat y And to maintain and operate such rail roads, telegraph and telephone lines, and to carry passengers and freight on said railroad linos and receive tolls therefor. Eli:httenth: Topurchasie or "otherwise ac quire, "lease or hold, any railroad, telegraph or telephone .Units betweon' said points de scribed, or any of them already constructed or being constructed, with all .their slde-trar-ks."" rolling Stoc depot, statlon. 'ware houses, and all real and personal property of , every kind and description pertaining there to, and to, operate and maintain such rail road? and -carry passengers and freight thero- on. 'and tJbTeeeive "toils therefor." v Nineteenth: To purchase5 acquire lands or lots, whether adiacent- or contiguous, to such railroad1 or not, arid to hold posses?, leapo. mortgaje or otherwise dispose of said lards fts may be deinud fit. Twentieth: To do all other things conven ient, necessary or proper to be done for the accomplishing or carrying out of arjy or all of the objocf and enterprises above specified. Theie articles. M-TcutedlAiB'."15. 19C0, have hoen filed in thp office of the Secretary of , State, Oct. ,22 1300 nnd in the office qf the ' County Clerk of Multnomah Countyr Orpgon, Oct 20. 1900. and this notice Is given by 6r der of the. Board of Directors. Dated Oct. 29, 19T0 GEO. H. ANDREWS. Secretary of Said Company. T"EASURV DKPA-tTTENT, OFFICE OF Supers lir'g Architect. Warhington, D. C, Oc tober 19. 1900r 'Pealed pronoal? will be .re ceived at thH ofllce until 2 o'clock P. M.'on the 24th dav of November. 1900. and then opened, for the installation of a, wiring sys tem for. tho United ?tnte Custom-Hou3o at Portland Or., in accordance with tin draw- , lngs alfdi specification, copies of which may be obtained at this ofllce or at the office of the Fjiperlntendent of construction at Port land, Or . at the discretion of the Supervis ing Architect. James Knox Taylor, Super vises Atchitect. PERSONALS. OUR CREDIT SYSTEM i( Will enable jou to clothe yourself, furnish your nome, estaoiisn yourccn cointortaDly. A Hen small Uttms sum n iii tHii.-l. von wlm - :ladies-tallor-made suits, capes. Jackets'," '..'skirts; -also men's suits. oercoats, hats. . trunks. -in vlcal-Instruments, albums, clocks, furniture, etc. Si.0i,op.ns an account with us. Come and let "us 'txplaln our sjstem of 'doing business. Eastern Outfitting Co., 088 .Washington. ."',. SEE GREAT INDIAN MEDIUM. BORN with double vellsi Jells past, present and future ;, warns agamn. misfortune; sure guide ,to sooial and business life; confidential; heals all diseases by the use ot Indian herbs. 132W Third st, cor. Aider, upstaft-s; offices 5, 6. 1. Special attention given chronic diseases of both sexes. Consultation free. . 17 women wanted suffering from Irregular, painful periods; leucorrhoea (whites), and all complicated 'diseases pertaining to changes of life, cured by old Dr. Kessler. cor. Second and. Yamhill Sts ,320 women called last month. 'Consultation free, and private rooms for hadlss. If can't call, write. Inclosing 10 2c stamps. Hundreds treated at homo by his new, .system. Rheumatism in every form posi tively cured or money refunded; also all "throat and lung troubles, kidney and liver 1 troubles. Insomnia and all nervous and do- bllltated affections quickly cured. Consultation-free; booklet free bv mall. Address Dr. C. W. Dman & Co., IS HumoI building, Fort- land. Or. DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE call for, sponge, press and deliver one suit of ' your clothing each week; sew on buttons, sew up rips, for $1 per month. Delng, steam cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co., 347 Washington, both phones. Superfluous -hair, moles and other facial blem ishes removed Aith electric needle; perma nent cure; electric massage for "wrinkles. Portland Electrolysis Parlors, 15-10' Lewis - bldg., cor. Park and Mor. Phono Brown C57. THE PORTLAND CLUB. I-C., A PLACE OF amusement and recreation for gentlemen, 130 Flfthst and 2914 Alder. The cafe in con nection carries the best lino of. liquors and cigars t,ho world produces. MANLY. VIGOR RESTORED .BY DR. ROB erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment, S2; 3 months, $5. Sent securely sealed by main Agents. Woodard & Clarke. Portland, Or. A YOUNG LADY. RECEXTLY FROM CHI cago, the only scientific, experienced' mass cuese. manicurist and chiropodist Jn -Northwest 20 Raleigh block. IF YOU ARE SICK. USE THE OXYGENOR King. It cures without medicine. Apply to Oregon Oxygenor Co., 290ii Morrison, room 18. Agents wanted YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE AC curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's Pharmacy, 227 Morrison st. bt 1st and 2d. Respectable single men and women wishing to hecome acquainted, address P. 0. box -359. Sewing machlnea repaired at your home. His lori 420 Washington. Phone Hood 006. ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE COXES. AN UN equaled antiseptic; no fajlure;' per box. $1.50; sample, 10c. Ulond Cham. Co , Portland. P. p. box 974 " - We print 30 visiting cards, proper size and BUle, 25c; 250 business cards, $1; sent post . paid. Brown &. Schmale. 223 First St.. city. Uncle Henry. 150 Cth. pawnbroker; unredeenW pledges; bargains alwavs on hand,- warrant ed jewelry watch repairing lowest prices. Ladles' Free monthly Regulator. Cannot fail. Mrs. B. "Rowan. Milwaukee, W PERSONAL. FRITZ' CONCERT HALL; largest cafe on Pa cific Coast. 240 to 240 Burnside. AVolnhard's beer on draught Clnbrooms upstairs. Unclfr Henry, 150 Cth. pawnbroker's unredeemed pledges; bargains always on band; Jewelry and watch repairing lowest prices. WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND stamp to-lock box 660. Portland Or. BCSINESS DIRECTORS'. Agricultural Implements, Jlacmnery, JOHN POOLE; Newton wagons, buggies, wind mills, pumps., machinery. Foot Morrison st Attorneys. EDWARD T. TAGGART. ATTORNEY -AT-law, general practice, 51S Chamber of Com- J. W. RANSOM. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW AND counselor, Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or. Assayers and Annlysta. ' J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYEB, AND Chemist; gold dust bought 204 Washington, PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND-ANALYST; gold dust bought 23S Stark st Doolc Stores. J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE tall booksellers and stationers, 133-35 3d st BOOKS, OLD AND NiJW, BOUGHT AND sold. The Old Book Store. 229 Yamhill. Box Jobbers. FRENCH SELES. MAKES AND BUYa boxes. 213 Washington. Phone Clay 442. Co ni Dealers. VULCAN COAL CO., dealers. In house, steam, and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke. Front st, near GlUan. Ore. tel.. Red 1766. Carpenters nnd Builder. JOHN A. 'MELTON, carpenter, builder: ofllce ana store fixtures. Ore. tel. 74.7. auo aiars. ClilropoilHt and Ma-nlcnrlnsr. WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY, THE only, scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Altsky ' bldg., ad and Morrison. Ore. phone. Grant 16. Miss Dart, manicuring, room 50 Union bldck, 1st and'Stark. Hours 0 to 5. Tel. Front .544. Clairvoyants. Mme. Dr. Herzos, from Berlin, scientific re vealer; tells entire life, past, present and fu ture; consultation on all affairs; nntalos ex cepted; names glrn; good ady.ee; sure help mistake impossible: imports gsnuios gypey love powder. Fee, $1; letter, $2. 03 'Alder. CommlfltioD aSerctiaiata., HERMAN llETSGEJt, PURCHASER OF hides,. elts, furs, wool, moh!r, tallow, old rubber and old metal, and rfeaarftl dommls- slob merchant Front St., cer Mala, Port- land. Or. Cash advance on conalgamanta. TAYLOR, TQUNG &. CO.. EHD? BROKERS and commission merchants, Sherlodk bldg., Portland. Or. i ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO duc merchants. Front. & D sts.,' Portland. Or. EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter, , eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland. Cornices Slcyliyhts. METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED TRON cornices. J. C. Bayer, 385 Second st Dancing. DAXCING .AND DRAMATIC ELOCUTION. Mrs. Carowe, 33d and Kearney. To!. 11 to 3. Dentists. DR. B. H. FISHER. TIT The Dekum. PHOXE HOOD S90. Bekum Treatment Rooms. Ladles' hqurs, 9 to 3; attendant. Ida Wlcland. Gents"h0urs, 3 to 9. Edgar L. Belknap. Dyeing and Clennlng. H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER and cleaner, 301 J7th. Tel. Red 131. Fence and VIre Worlcs. OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE Works. A. Carlson. f39 Eaat Morrison st General Repairing. All kinds machinery and btcycla repairing, saw filing and gumming. Jacob Polear, 314 Jef. Hair Dressing atid Manicuring. ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 FIFTH. OFF. P..O. Switches a speclulty. Phone Hood 914. Harness and Saddles. BREYMAN LEATHER CO. WHOLESALE saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery hardware, findings and shoe store supplies; leather of ull kinds. 73 Front st THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO., WHOLE sale saddlers and harness manufacturers, leather and saddlery hardware, 72 Front st Iron Kouudcw, Mnch'sts, Ship IJ'ld'rs, Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works; designers aqd 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. Insurance. Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so ciety of N. W.; protects the living; fixed pay ments eliminate doubtful "dividends." j l. Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y, 12-115 Marquam bldg. HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102 First st Boyd & Arnold. General Agents. Magnetic nnd Mental Healing. Mngnctlc Healer Mrs. Dr. Watson, from Chi cago, positively cures rupture, no matter how long a standing; rheumatism, tumors, nerv ousness, chronic sores, female troubles. 10 to 12, 1 to 4 P. M.. 192 Fifth st. cor. Taylor. Mrs. C. J. Maple, magnetic healer fWUmr method) I, office treatment and college courses 221 Goodnough bldg., 5th & Yamhill. given. Massage. "THE SXOWDEX" TUB AND VAPOR baths, massage, electricity. 1314 Fourth near Alder. Phone Red 421. SELECT .MASSAGE and magnetic treatments lady from S. F. Parlor 26. 268 Stark st. Marble and Granite Works. LARGEST. BEST STOCK' OF MONUMEXTS 'in city, at cost, -to reduce stock before mov ing Sown town. Weeks, 720 Front st PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran lto and stone work. Schanen & Ncu, 283 lot Manufacturer of Ladles' Goods. LADIES' SILK WAISTS AND WRAPPERS. , fancy white goods, silk underwear made to o'rder. Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrison. Jlnslcnl. PROF. T. E. LAWSON, 285 FIRST ST. piano, organ, guitar and composition; les sons, 50c. Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio lin instruments for sale. Mr. Martin. 104& 1st SIGXOR G. FERRARI. MASTER DF VOICE culture. Mulkey big.. Second and Morrison. MUSIC STUDIO. 141 WEST PARK, COR Alder; instrumental. -lUedlcal. PAUL CROMWELL, THE GOLORED SPB ciallst, has opened up his office at 347 Front and will sell his medicine aa usual. Medi cines for all kinds of chronic diseases. mining Mnchtncrj-, Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen. 20-35 First st. Osteopathy. Dr. W. A Rogers and Dr. Rboda c. Hicks graduates Under Dr. A T. Still, the founder of Osteopathy: consultation and diagnosis iree. 532-3-4 Manjuara bldg. Phone Main 27 DR. R. B. NORTHRUP. Osteopath, suite 4J0 Dejcum bldg. Investigation fesptctfully so licited; examination free. Phone Main 340. DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH, suite 409 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 421. Palmistry. MRS. L. BURHANS, SCIENTIFIC PALM lst, Macleay building, room 200. second floor. 10 A. M to 5 P. M-: evenings. 01H Grand ave.. room 50. Readings. 50c and $1. LAR3EN. THE PALMIST. WILL READ . the different years In lire for gain or loss. uccoruing to ine ruie 01 acienuiic painnstry; readings. 50o. Room 210 Allsky bldg. Miss A M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and psychic; reads past, present future. COO Li lt Business directory. Portland Riding" Clnbs. LIVERY AND BOARDING: LADIES' AND gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferon. Patenti. T J, GEISLBR. 010-011 CHAMBER OF COM. Registered attorner U. S.' Patent Office. Pb.yalcla'ns and Sargeon. Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women nd children a specialty. Consultation and diag nosis free. 517-51S The Dkum. Portland, Or. DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IXKID ney and scln dlseaies. Odd Fellows' Temiite. DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. 131 SIRST 15 years' experience In diseases of women. Purchasing: Agency. THE LA BELLE PURCHASING AGENCY can do' your shopping at les expense than you can do It yourselves. We are associated with the larsest aulf and cloak houses Irt thr world. Dress' goods and silks direct from the importers- 8llk and flannel waists mado to order. Also high-grade pianos direct from, the manufacturer, at wholesale prices. In close stamp for reply. Booms 72 to 7T, 350'i Morrison, st, Portland, Or. Specialists. Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist; complexion, acaln. treatments, manicuring. Parlora 25-26. Russel bldg., 4th & Morr. Phone Front 375. T" Roofing and Skylights. Removed W. A. Wynkoop. 248 Ash, near 3d. Phono Hood 764. Country work specialty. Safes. SAFBS.'SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK" DEPT.. opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. 66 3d. 1 Sa-w Mill Machinery. Chrlstenson-McMaster Machinery Co.; new and 2d-hand machinery. E. Water and E. Taylor. ShoTvcnses and Stor,e Fixtures. DIXON. BORGESON Washington sts. & CO.. FRONT AND Spiritual Iffts. MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY ant and psychic life reader; consult her on business affairs, love troubles, absent friends; good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c and up. 167 First st, offices 7 and 8. MRS. C. CORNELLS. MEDHIM: TEST CIR cle, every Tuesday evening. 205 Goodnough building. Fifth and Yamhill. Tel. Brawn 411. Cut this out MRS. STEVENS. SPIRITUAL LIFE READ er; sittings dally. 2214 Morrison st. rm. 22. Storage. 1 1 1 OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE Fourth- and Davis. Merchandise a specialty. Induranca rates low, storage rates reasonable. Careful attention given to country consign ments. Tel. Or. Main TT7; Columbia 676. SAFES. PIANOS, FURNITURE MOVED AXD packed for shipping. C. M. Olsen. 123 First. Tel. office Main 4037; Black SOI. Storage and Transfer, STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Frbnt Stoves, Ranges, Household H'divare. Hardware; sole agt. Universal stoves & ranges; housefurnishlng goods. J. J. Kaddorly. 141 1st Tents and Aivalngs. PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS, sails, awnings. 229 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 130t. United States Pensions. E. W. ALLEN. 513 CHAMBER OF COM merce, pension attorney. 20 years' experlcnco. C. F PFLUGER, NOTARY, 143 SECOND ST. Rebellion and later war applications made. Veterinary Hospital. DR. R. H. POWER TREATS ALL DOMES tlc animals. 303 Jefferson; phone Oak 1021. "Wholesale Grocers. ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS, cor. N. Fiont and Davis sts., Portland. Or LOST AXD FOUND. LOST PAIR GOLD-RIM SPECTACLES. BE tween Cordray's and 14th and Washington sfu Reward. Return to 2924 Washington at, candy store. LOST RED FEMALE IRISH SETTER, near Mount Zlon; named "Juno." Reward. C. W. Baker, care W. U. T. Co. LOST GOLD CLASS PIN, "P. H. S., JUNE, '00."" Return to 87 Park st Reward. MIXING. OREGON MINING STOCK EXCHANGE. CHA1IBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING. OPEN CALL 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DA1X.Y. Reliable Brokers. F. J. Hard & Co.. Chamber of Commerce bldg. Oregon Phone 810; Columbia Phone 230. Rountree Sz. Diamond, Portland. Or.. 241 Stark st Phone Grant 291. BANKS. SAVINGS BANK PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON, 109 THIRD STREET. Money to loan on mortgage. A general trust and agency business transacted. BEXJ. I. COHEN.. ..President H. L. P1TTOCK. A. S. XICHOLS..Vlce-Prei. E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. QOLTSA...Secretarl' FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND. OR. Designated Depository and Financial Agent of. the United States. President H. W. CORBETT Vlco-Presldcnt A. L. M1XLS Cashier O. E. WITHING I Assistant Cashier J- W. NEWKIRK Second Assistant Cashier .W. C. ALVORD 'Letters of credit Issued, available In Europo and tho Eastern State3. Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold on New York. Boston, Chicago. St. Louis. St Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and tho principal points In the Northwest Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit on London. Paris, Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Main. Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen, Chrlstiania, Stockholm St. Petersburg, Mos cow. Zurich. Honolulu. Collections made on favorable terms. LADD & TILTON. BANKERS ESTABLISHED IN 1859. Transact a General Banking Business. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections made at all points on favorabla terms. Letters of credit Issued available in Europe and the Eastern States. Sight Exchange and Telcgraphfa Transfers sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St Louis. Donver. 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 CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.....36.250.000 JOHN J. VALENTINE .....PRESTDENT HOMER S. KLNG...... MANAGER (San Francisco.), R. M.DOOLY .-. CASHIER JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER (Portland.) .General Banking Business transacted. Ex change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued, available in all parts of the world. MERCHAXTS NATIONAL BANK PORTLAND, OREGON. J. FRANK WATSON ..President R. L- DURHAM Vice-President R. W. HOYT Cashier GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier TRAXSACTS A GEXERAL BANKIXQ BUSINESS. Interest paid on time deposits. Drafts and letters of credit issued, available) In all parts of the world. Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANBT LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000 Head Ofllce. 71 Lombard street. London. This bank transacts a general banking and exchange business; makes loans, discounts bllla and Issues commercial and travelers credits, available In any city In the world. Chamber ot Commerce bulldlmr, Third and Stark streets. W. A McRAE, Manager. AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak. sts. J. C. AJNSWORTH President W. W. PHILLIPS Cashier Transacts a General Banking Business. Exchange bought and sold on all the princi pal cities In Europe. AI30 facilities for tele graphic transfers. Collections mada on favor able terms on all accessible points. SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT Connected with the bank. Saf03 rented on caj-j terms. THE UXITED STATES NATIONAL BANK Transacts a General Banking Business. Drafts lsued available in all cities of the United States and Europe. President TYLER WOODWARD Ice-President J4VCOB KAMM Cashier y. c. M3LLEH BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA S&L CAPITAL 53.000.000 RESERVE ,...... 500 000 Head Office. CO Lombard street, London. Cota'l Block. 344 Washington st.. Portland. R LEA- BARNES. Manager.