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THE MORNING OHEGONTAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1901.
MARQUAM GRAND-CALVIN HEILIG. Mgr.
Tuesday. Feb. 20 Afternoon at
2 15; evening at 3:13.
Direct from European triumphs.
SOCSA AND HIS BAND.
Mr. Sousa and his excellent
musicians are fairly the fad of
the celebrating capital. Le Jour
nal des Debats, Paris.
Sale onens Saturday. Feb. 23.
Evening prices Lower floor, except last 3
rows, $1.50. last 3 tows. 1. Balcony, first 3
rows, Si; second 3 rows. 75c; last fl rows, 50c
Gallery, 50c. Boxes and loges. $10. Matinee
prices Lower floor, except last 3 rows, $1; lat
3 rows, 75c. Balcony, first 0 rows, 75c; last G
rows, 50c Gallery, 25c. Boxes and loges,
ONE WEEK. COMMENCING SUNDAY.
Portland's Down-Town Theater. Third and
Yamhill, Clarance H. Jones Mngr.
Tonight at S o'clock and all week, Saturday
matinee. Ed F. Davis big spectacular,
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
See the Siberian bloodhounds, transformation
ocene. steamboat race, the cotton fields, float
ing Ice, Jubilee singers, free street parade;
two funny Topaies, 2 lawyer Marks, $5000
challenge double orchestra, 40 people. Prices
Ju-t the name.
Next attraction "Between Two Hearts."
135 THIRD ST.. COR. ALDER.
135 THIRD ST.. COR. ALDER.
135 THIRD ST. COR. ALDER.
135 THIRD ST.. COR. ALDEU.
From 10 to 12 A. M.. 1 to 5 and 7 to 10 P. M.
From 10 to 12 A. M.. 1 to 5 and 7 to 10 P. M.
Comfortable chairs, for all. Steam heat.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOR THIS WEEK.
TRACEY. Champion Welter-Welght of Aus
tralia, and ROSS, of Denver, better known as
the Iron-Jawed Boy, In a Four-Round Sparring
Exhibition. Divine Dodson. Ellsworth Chil
dren. Thatcher and Chenoveth, Misa Louise
Keeslng, the smallest acrobat In the profes
sion, Little Nero; S!g De CaprSo, late baritone
soloist of the famous Italian Marine Band;
Miss Hattle Ward, Mhs May Leondor.
Sunday .matinee, 2:30 P. M. '
AUCTION" SALES TODAY.
At Gilman's auction rooms, 411 Washington
si., nt 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. J. Oilman,
At Central Auction 'Room, cdr. Alder a'nd
Park. Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker & Co.,
At residence. 22 North Eighth St.. cor. Bum
side, at 10 o'clock A. M. J. T. Wilson, auc
tioneer. At residence. 312 Larrabee St.. at 2 o'clock
P. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
A. & A. 8. RITE. MULT
NOMAH COUNCIL .OF -KA-DOSH,
NO. L Regular meet
ing this evening at 8 o'clock.
"WOODMEN OF THE WORLD All mem
bers of Multnomah Gamp, No. 77, W. O. W..
fere requested to attend the funeral of our
late neighbor, Wm. S. Sprague, from Flnley,
Kimball & Co.'s parlors. Third and Jofferson
sts., at 2:30 today. Interment at Lone Fir
Cemetery. All members of sister camps ln
vlted to attend. J. W. THOMPSON, Consul.
J. M. WOODWORTH, Clerk.
BEER DRIVERS' UNION. Members are
hereby notified to attend the funeral of our
late member, John Hcep, from Holman's par
lors. Fourth and Yamhill sts.. today at 2
o'clock. H. MEISTER, President.
POLLOCK At Cornelius. Or.. Fob. 24. 1001.
Colonel Rpbert Pollock, aged 81 years. 5
montM fand T days. Notice of Tuneral later.'
San Francisco papers and Philadelphia Rec
ord please copy.
SPRAGUE The funeral services of the late
Wm. S. Sprague will be held today at 2:30
P. M. at the chapel of Flnley. Kimball &
Co.. oor. Third and Jefferson sts. Friends
Invited. Interment at Lone Fir cemetery.
POLLOCK Tho funeral of Colonel Robert Pol
lock will take place Wednesday morning,
10.30. at his late residence. Cornelius, Or.
Services 'will be held at the house.
CULVER The funeral services of Cora B. Cul
ver will be held today at Flnley. Kimball &
Co.'a chapel at 11 A. M. Friends Invited to
EDWARD HOLMAN. Underto.kcr.4tli
ami Ynmlilll sts. Rena Stinson. Indy
assistant. Both phones No. CUT.
Klulcy, IClmbnll A Co.. Undertaker.
Lady nxxixtniit. 273 Third at. Tel. U.
F. S. Dcnning.Undcrtnkcr. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Doth phones.
FOR RENT STORE ROOM. 23xS0. WITH
cement basement. In new modern brick
building. Stark St.. opposite Neustadter
Bros'. Inquire 250 Stark.
FOR SALE A NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE
with full lot, on Eat side, near steel bridge;
price $2500. By Parrlih, Watklnb &. Co., 250
WANTED. AN OPENING amanf S
some capital; well acquainted In the city, am
a first-class office man, 18 years" experience In
offices of large manufacturing and mercantile
concerns: only propositions that will bear olo
Investigation entertained. Address K 41. care
TAKE YOUR CAR '
For AH East-Side Points
Directly m 'front of the La Grande Creamery.
Buy your butter, eggs and cheese at whole
sale prions, and save your car fare both ways.
Lb Grande Creamery
204 Yamhill st.. near Third.
6 tins Deviled Ham 25c
1-pounu picfcasc Cornstarch 5c
2 cans Table Peaches. Pears or Apricots 25c
I can Table Strawbcrri-s or Raspberrhs 10c
173 Third St. 7.1a Snvler St.
Special Auction Sale
High-Class Furniture and Carpets
We are- instructed to sell by public auction
at the residence. NO. 142 NORTH 15TH ST.
BETWEEN HOYT AND IRVING. THURS
DAY NEXT, FEB. 28. consisting In part:
Very fine parlor ."-uit; 3 pieces Irish point
curtains: best Brussels carpets; silk draperies;
very massive oak extension table; C fine oak
dining chairs, with two carvers to match;
one eight-day clock; two elegant bedroom
suits, in olld oak. with fine mirrors; good
wire springs; matting; marble - top center
table; pictures; animals; rugs, hardwood leaf
table. Model Superior range, with -warming
shelf; kltchenware. etc
Sale next THl'RSDAY. FEB. 28, AT NO.
142 NORTH 15TH 10 A. M.
S. L N. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
FOR. SALE REAL ESTATE.
N. E. COR. 27TH AND E ALDER STS.;
7 ROOMS. LOT 50x100; S150O.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.,
229 STARK ST.
$1300 WILL BUY FULL LOT AND 5-ROOM
cottage, 347 Grand ave., near Wcldler. If
GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN. 210 Stark.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
erty. business chance, etc See u before
buying. Canadian En.t,foyment and Real Es
tate Office. 22G Morrison, room 10.
J. TV. OGILBEE. ROOM II. 145 FIRST ST.
$400 One lot with 4-roomed cottage, "in Al
bln Homestead, close to car line; very cheap.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms." "Rooms and Board." "Housekeep
ing Rooms." "Situation Wanted," 15 words .or
less, 13 cents; 10 to 20 words. 20 cents; 21 to 23
words. 25 cents, etc No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." SO cents, for 15 word or less; 16 to 20
words. 40 cents: -21 to 25 Word. 50 cent, etc
first Insertion Each additional insertion, one
half; no .further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first inrertlon; 10 cents per line
for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonian and left at thla of
fice, should always be jnclosed In sealed envel
opes. No stamp is required on such -letters.
The Oregonian twill aot be responsible for er
rors in advertisements taken through the telephone.
FOn SALTS REAL ESTATE.
CENTRAL ALBINA 6 - ROOM COTTAGE;
beauty; installments. !
Rodney ave. G-room cottage, exceptional
bargain. . .
Woodlawn 7-room modern house; want of
fer. Multnomah C-room hour; must sell.
$C0 Fine lot. Paradise. Spring tract.
G12 Commercial block.
52 acres tn Base Line road. 0 miles east
of Willamette River: will sell In 6-acre
tracts; $50 an acre and up. We are instruct
ed to sell only -a few acres at this- price.
Grtndstaff Sc Blain. 240" Stark.
$2500 WILL BUY 12 ACRES IN HEART OF
one of best towns' In Willamette' Valley.
Worth three times' the amount for platting.
Taxes all paid and good title. For partic
ular addresK John -13. Slater. Colvllle. Wash.
FOR SALE-COTTAGE AT SEASIDE. BEST
location on beach; close to ocean and away
from Summer activity. Is at convenient dis
tance from railroad and Seaside. Address
F 38. tare Oregonian.
OCT KEARNEY ST.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO..
220 STARK ST.
FOR SALE MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE,
with cement basement arid cellar; nicely lo
cated In Piedmont; owner leaving city. Call
at residence, 1325 Cleveland ave.
S25 EACH FOR 44 LOTS ON ST. JOHNS
car line- street graded in front of "property.
Brown7"02 Washington St.
WASHINGTON AND MORRISON STREETS,
corner lots for sale. F. V. Andrews & Co.,
-ROO.M HOUSE. SELLWOOD ST., JC73;
haHV-CAfh,- balance $10 per month. Inquire
504 Goldsmith rt.
WANTED-SMALL PLACES NEAR PORT
landfrom 5 to 20 acre3 each. Address "W. A.
Shait & Co.. 243 S.tark st
FOIt SALE FARMS.
Farm for fcALEi-19 miles south of
Oregon City.. 3 miles south of Molalla. known
as the teasel farm, containing 310 acres; 140
clear plcw land. 40-in creek bottom, loo up
land, 7 acres orchard; all. well -watered and
fenced; with, stakb and wire fence, and
drained with f-tone and tile ditches; good
buildings; 90 rods from tchoolhouse. 115 rod
lrom church; good location for taking stock
- to mountains. Price .SUOUU. $1000 down, bal
ance to suit at 5 per cent Interest. For par
ticulars apply to A J. Sawtell. on farm.
PRUNE ORCHARDS. 27 AND 30 ACRES, AL
most adjoining; 3200. bearing trees, Italian,
Petite and a few Silver; some uncultivated
land In both: dwelling, etc; in Red Hills,
near -Turner, Marion County; fine view; to be
sold Jointly; 2&U. Address H. W. Klrkpat
rlck. care Standard Box Factory, Portland.
240 ACRES, 12 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ORE
gon City; 14Q cultivated; good house and out
buildings; good orchard; running water, all
under good fence: pricn $5000, $1000 cash,
balance C per cent interest. 20 other Clack
amas County farms bargains. Dlmlck &
Eastham, Oregon City. Or.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 870 ACRES
fcr sale; well watered, good soil. 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas County. Or , low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francisco. Cal.
FARMS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WASH
lngton and-Oregon bought at mortgage foro
closure sales, for sale at CO per cent of
actual.va.2ue. all sizes And kinds. Call -at my
law office. 000 Chamber Commerce building.
Geo. W. Hazen.
IMPROVED FARMfa rOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington: payment
made to suit purchasers. For full particular
as to various properties, apply to MacMajter
& Blrrell. 311 Worcestrr block.
FAtMS AND FARM LAND NEAR PORT
lknd and Oregon City and In Tualatin Val-
ley; cot up to suit purchasers. Apply the
Oregon Iron & Steel Co.. 330 Sherlock bldg.
GOOD FARM. ALSO A STOCK RANCH.
Vlth good out-range. Inquire 291 Morrison,
FOR" EXCHANGE GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE,
bath, pantry, city and well water, block o:
land, barn, fruit, jhrubbery, lawn, garden,
excellent schools, handy to business
churches, electric lights; beautiful location
thriving city on R. it.. Western Washing
ton. Particulars, address box 001, Astoria,
Or. Give description and location of prop
erty. BEAUTIFUL 10-ROOM MODERN HOME IN
, Sump-side, to exepange for homn in Spo
GRINDSTAFFfc BLAIN. 24C Stark.
LrVERY. STABLE TO EXCHANGE FOR
suburban property. For particulars address
Q 42, care 'Oregonian.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE A FINE PIANO
for room' and board for three adults. K 20.
To Jilxchange Good real estate .and some cash
for furniture. Address M.. Trcmont Hotel.
GOOD FARM TD TRADE FOR LODGING
hnu 22rt Ablngton building.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
WILL FURNISH TIMBER. GOVERNMENT
or state scrip, school, deeded, or claim lands,
mill sites, logging, wood and tie chances, or
municipal bonds help you come way. "Write
us. J L. Martin & Co.. C01 Oregonian bldg.
WE BUY AND SELL TIMBEI. IN LAKGK
or small tracts and deal in latid. scrip. The
Syndicate Company. 200 California building.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Money made in this enterprise. I can give you
a written guarantee against loss In an In
vestment made in oil stocks. Portland to bu a
big oil center. You can Invest from $10 up.
W. J. Curtis. 214 Commercial Block.
FOR SALE CHEAP. SAW MILL. IN GOOD
order; a god chance to one who under
tlunds the mill busineta and can run it; lota
oZ timber W 37. care Oregonian.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL -MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office uppli,
etc Coast Agency Co.. 2HSH Stark st. ,
FOR BEST DR" OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnacu slab. Hoover. 313 Water L
Phones Oregon South CS1; Columbia S3.
PRIVATE FURNJSHED HOUSE. CENTRAL,
sacrifice. Hotel. Lodging-house, 50 rooms.
Call Occidental Hotel, First-Morrison.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE PHONOGRAPH
outfit, complete; good as new; 120 records,
with cate. H 40, Oregonian.
FOR SALE HAND-MADE "WAGON, AS
good as new; capacity 3500 pounds. Apply
231 1st. cor. Main.
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH. WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison U
HORSES FOR SALE BT L. O. ' RALSTON.
Residence. ooS Market; barn. C37 Jefferson.
Magic lanterns, ntw, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$300 upright pianos, same as new. S1C3: one.
$40; organ. $20. Upstairs. 104 1st. Martin.
GOOD HARNESS AND OPEN BUGGY. $25.
Stable, cor. Williams ave. and Weldler at.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS. 25
work horacs. 211 Washington. 304 Front.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
FRESH COW AND CALF FOR SALE. 753
Fine Knabe .piano for sale or rent; In first
clsa condition Address F 37. Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE.
CARPENTER WANTED; GOOD MECHANIC
Gqrdon, the contractor. Third and Solmos.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED SALESMAN OR SOLICITOR FOR
permanent position with large and old-established
house; must be under 45 years, have
an unquestionable proclivity for push and
salesmanship; satisfactory contract to right
man; references, showing character and
sales ability, necessary. D 42, care Orego
nian. S TEAMS. CITY. SCRAPERS. 10 HAULING
gravel. $4; head' sawyer, $3; bench hands.
$2.50; man and wife, farm, $30; man and
wife, city, $30; boy on milk wagon. $10,
board; loggers. $2 up; farm hands. $20: men
to locate on Government land. Canadian
Agency, 22JJ Morrison, loggers" headquar
ters. WANTED A NO. 1 SALESMAN AND So
licitor; must be energetic a good talker and
of fine appearance; accustomed to work in
advertising, insurance and kindred lines; can
f obtain a good-paying position, state experi
ence and references. A 42, care Oregonian.
BEHNKES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. DAY
- and night sessions. Shorthand successfully
taught by mall. Send for catalogue. Wash
ington. -cor. Second. Telephone Clay 401.
WANTED A MAN WHO CAN COOK OR A
, man apd wife to co Into the country: a
good, easy place for the right person. Ad-
dresg E 42. care Oregonian.
MEN-OUR CATALOGUE EXPLAINS HOW
-we teach the barber trade in 8 weeks, saving
2 yeare. Mailed free. Moler Barber Col
lege, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED 20 MEN TO LOCATE TIMBER
claims, at once; $75 each for location; also
beat scrip; many size blocks. F. W. Merrltt.
110 First st.
WANTED A BOOKKEEPER: ONE WHO
has about $2000 .to loan to the firm: perfectly
reliable. For particulars address E 40, care
IF YOU WANT A POSITION. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks' Registration Bureau, room 1,
270 Washington it. -
WA VTED FIRST - CLASS HOTEL COOK.
Address K, care Oregonian. giving' references
and stating salary.
DELIVERY BOY .AT THE LITTLD ART
Shop. 814 and 315 Maclcay building, Fourth
A STRONG BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF USE
ful, at Lltt's, Fourth and Washington sts.
Acme Employment Bureau. 245U Morrison.
Bt billboard for plac. Both phones. .
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
CAMP COOK. $25; HOTEL COOK. CONDON.
$20; 2 waitresses. The Dalles; housekeeper,
Buxton: cooks; waltreeies; chambermaids;
second girls; nurse girls; housework, country
and 'city. $12 to $23. Canadian Parlors, 22th
WHOLESALE HOUSE WANTS AN INTELLI-
gent, mlddle-ared woman to devote 8 hours
per day to agreeable work. D 37, Oregonian.
GIRL TO COOK AND GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family; good wages. Take "S"
car south to Abemelhy. 104 Abemethy st.
WILL GIVE TWO OR THREE WEEKS'
board to a good seamstress to help with,
sewln. L 42. Oregonian.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work and sowing. Apply in morning.
332 10th, cor. Market.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good cook; -wages $30. 391 Yamhill,
after 0 A. M.
GIRL WANTED FOR CANDY STORE; NONE
bet experienced need apply. CoCman's, 350
COMPETENT WOMAN TO DO COOKING
and general housework In -private family. 381
EXPERIENCED MAKER AND APPRENTICE
girl wanted. Portland 'Millinery Co., 124
Accordion plaiting-: reduce'd prices, limp. Kel
logg' School of Dressmaking. 14 Lewis bldg.
WANTED NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: small family. 171 North 17th Hi.
WANTED AT ONCE; YOUNG GIRL TO As
sist la general houservdrk. 503 Everett st.
Acme Employment Bureau. 245 Morrison,
wants X. cook. X. 2d girl, house girls.
CEAT GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL
housework. "GO Irvlnr st.. near 23d.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking. 7"" GJIsan -st.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
TO EMPLOYERS WHY ADVERTISE FOR
help when you can go to Clerks' Registration
Bureau and select Just sjich help as you want
with the best of city references, cither malt
or female, free of cost? Coll and be con
vinced. Office 270 Washington st.. room L
Phone Oak 481. j
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED MAN. POSI
tlon in hotel; no man can give better refer
ences. C 41, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO
work In any part of country or city. X 41,
WANTED PLACE TO DO PLAIN COOK
ing or housework, by Japanese boy. H 42,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WIDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
seamstress and traveling companion in nice
family going to Vancouver, B. C, preferred.
C 42, Oregonian.
BY TRUSTWORTHY GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
general housework or In respectable boarding
house. R 41, Oregonian.
YOUNG qiRL. FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
Apply Monday from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., th
10th St.. near Stark.
WANT A POSITION TO DO HOUSEWORK
aud laundering, by the day. Address 14
FIRST-CLASS COOK WISHES POSITION IN
private family. W 34. care Oregonian.
BY A 'SWEDISH GIRL. TO DO GENERAL
housework. Call 353 North 17th st.
GIRL WISHES PLACE TO DO LIGHT
houbework. 222 North 12th st.
WANTED HOUSEWORK. BY A GOOD GER
man riri. 248 Lincoln st.
WANTED-SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
oh chamberwork, by woman with experience.
.X 40, Oregonian.
Bookkccpcm and StenojrrnplicrK.
WANTED SITUATION, BY STENOGRA
pher and typewriter; small wages for begin
ning. J 43. Oregonian.
EASY, PAYING PROPOSITION FOR GOOD,
active solicitor. Call At . Strong's Photo
graphic Studio, Goodnough building.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED-S TO 10 GOOD HOUSES. 5 TO 7
rooms each, by March 1; have applicants for
same. Address W. A- Shaw 4 Co.. 243 Stark
WANTED-BY RELIABLE PARTY. 5 OR 0
room cottage; must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating prlcfl. F W. care Oregonian.
WANTED 3 OR C-ROOM COTTAGE. FUR
nlshed or unfurnished, with barn; must" be
very central. D. Stanley, box 800, city.
WANTED BY MARCH 1. 3 FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; 15 minutes of Sixth and
Alder; adults. X 43, tyre Oregonian.
WANTED 0 OR 7-ROOM HOUSE. CEN
trally located, by March 1; no children; ref
erences. B 42, Oregonian.
HOUSE OF FROM 14 TO 20 ROOMS. CEN
trally located. Address P. O. box 040. city.
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND STIFF
clay hrickmaklng machine; state name of ma
chine, capacity, condition, price and where
to be seen. Address T., room I Miller block.
Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED TO RENT A FARM NEAR PORT
land, supplied with stock. Implements, etc;
references exchanged. Address, giving full
particulars. O 35. care Oregonian.
WANTED SET PACIFIC REPORTER; ORE
gon Reports; Oregon Statutes and Session
Laws from 1S02. F. M. Calkins, Ashland, Or.
HIGHEST PRICKR PAID FOR MEN'S CAST-
off clothing nd shoes. 22 North 3d. Phon
Hood 517 Orairs promptly attended tc
PARTIES HAVING CITY AND SUBURBAN
property for sale will do well to list It with
AV. A Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
Be-cond-hand rurnlture. slaves. tc Kutnrr Jt
Co., 32 N. Third. Orrgon phono C&y C34.
WANTED NEW CENTURY TYPEWRITER,
second-hand: muat Iw good condition. F. 1L
Calkins. Ashland, Or.
WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE
Address. "with particulars, V 30. care Orego
nian. FOR RENT.
THE SPALDING. S. E" COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under th management of the
owner. Helen F. Spalding The moat complete
apartment-house In the Northwest: cbolca
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife:
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 2SS THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight in all. rooms; bath Included:
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
Under entirely new management.
Elegantly furnished room, transients.
1PS Fourth. bt- Washington and Stark.
THE MANHATTAN-COURT NEW BUILD
ing, new furniture; the leading houi; Is
now ready for renting rooms. 311 Stark,
near Sixth st.
THE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; reference.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor. Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms, $1.25 per week up;
transient. 25c day up: transient solicited.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIKST-MORRISON
Rooms, suites, single, housekeeping. Hotel,
private houses, furnlphed. central, for sale.
FURNISHED SINGLE AND LARGE FRONT
rooms at low prices; transient solicited.
320 Front, cor. Clay.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SfNOLE AND
en suite. First National Bank building. First
and Washington sts.
FLAT OF G ROOMS. FURNISHED; PORCE
Jain bath: also three housekeeping rooms. Y
- 43. care Oregonian.
XICELY FURNISHED ROOM, ON FIRST
floor; suitable for one or two gentlemen.
THE "OnAND" DESIRABLE ROOMS:
team heat, baths, olectrie lights. S8T Yam
hill. NICE FURNISHED ROOM. PRIVATE FAM
lly; use of library and. piano, 334 Hall st.
201 14TH ST.-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Desirable location. Phone West 1443.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,, FIRST FLOOR;
, no children. 330 Flffh.
R .oms With Beard.
BOABD AND ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN OR
two gentlemen, within four blocks of JCth
and Washington, in private home; gas, bath,
good beat, plenty hot -water; a good home to
right parties; $25 per month. F 40, care
POHf LAND WOMEN'S UNION: 13TH YEAR:
rooms, with boaTo"; enanulrd uath tube; use
of library. Woman's. Exchange;. Industrial
tcbool. Address Mrs. E. C George, super
intendent. 510 Flanders it
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED. PARLOR AND
bedrooms, in private family; all modern con
veniences; good table; references exchanged.
CS North 20th.
THE COLONIAL. 1C5 10TH STREET ONE
sult4. second floor, front: also single room;
table and service first class.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without board: bath and phone. 185 Seventh,
near Portland Hotel.
428 ALDER; THE STEVENS FINE FUR
nlshed rooms; best home cooking in the city:
LARGE, PLEASANT ROOM. WITH ALL
conveniences and best of board. The Ster
ling, 533 Couch.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD.
In private family. 03 10th. near Stark.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE: HOT AND
cold water, with board. 225 11th st.
388 JEFFERSON FINELY FURNISHED;
large ulte of fropt rooms and alcove, com
plete for housekeeping: hot and cold water,
gas, bath, telephone; central location; refer
ences. 372 FIRST ST. THREE OR FOUR .BAY
wlndow furnished housekeeping rooms; rea
sonable; respectable people only, .
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: "fine location: rent reasonable. For
particulars Inquire a34 Hall st.
HOUSEKEEPING; 2 FURNISHED FRONT
suites, first floor: 3 unfurnished rooms,
ground floor. 320 Front.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms: iclosetf, water and sink; no
children. 4SS Everett.
NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR SUITE,
two bedrcomp; use of kitchen and dining
room. 454 Clay street. '
247 FIFTH THREE ROOMS. FURNISHED,
for light housekeeping; suitable for four.
Ring the left bell.
2 SEVENTH. NEAR OAK LARGE SUITE,
furnished, for housekeeping; bath, phone; In
347 ANKENY ST.-COMPLETELY FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms on ground floor for
rent; $7 month.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
references- required. 235' 12th st.
$10 PER MONTH; A NICE. CLEAN. MOD
era C-room flat; bathroom, pantry, wood
shed, porch: nice View. M7 Hood st.
NEW HOUSE. JUST COMPLETED; MOD
crn in every particular; 8 rooms. 730 Over
ton Ft., near 23d.
TO RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE. DELIGHTFUL
ly located. In Piedmont. Apply S. 42. Orego
nian. FOR RENT A 0-ROOM HOUSE. -CORNER
East 12th and Eaut Oak. Apply 173 Third at.
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE;
no children.! 24U Caruthers.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. IN
qulre 343 Oak su, A. Beck.
$10 PER MONTH; 5-ROOM COTTAGE. FUR
nlehed complete for housektreptng. 10S Pen
noyer st.. near Hood.
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE. SIX
rooms. 72(1 Everett st. Apply on premises
or OS Gllsan nt.
STORE FOR RENT ON WASHINGTON ST..
between Fourth and Fifth; cheap rental.
C Gee-Wo, great Chinese doctor, successfully
treat caittwn, longs, btumach, liver, kidney,
female troubles, and all private diseases witn
powerful, harmless Chlneso roots, herbs,
uarks. etc, mat are uaxuuwn to medical sci
ence In United Slates. Consultation freo.
Cnjirges rc.asunioIe. send la nip lor symp
tom blank. Address 132 .id st., r'ortlana. or.
ELECTRIC PARLORS. 103 FIRST STREET,
treats all scalp disease and guarantee to
restore gray nalr to natural color, without
dye; removes Wrinkles and all blemishes from
face; also removes kupeifluous hxir lrom thd
tact without pain; enlarging ousts n spe
cially. Oregon pnone West 1&5.
SO WOMEN WANTED I KREUULAR. TA1N
ful or stoppages, leucorrboea. twhlles) and all
disease pc mining to cbunge of life, cured
by old Dr. Kessler, 230 Yamhill st-, Port
land. Or. Private wattlug-room for ladles.
Consultation Ireo. Call or write. lnclu 10
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT: ALL SIZES
$1 a month keep your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sored up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordrays.
ONLY EXPERT CHIROPODIST SCIENTIF
IC masseuse artistic manicurist on Pacific
Coast, recently from Chicago. Gran Espe
'clflco cures corns. D. Cleopatra Cream guar
anteed remove wrinkles. 20 Raleigh block.
THE STAR HAIR REMEDY Is guaranteed to
restore gray hair to natural color without
dye: promote the growth, cure dandruff. W.
F. Hanebout. the well-known hairdresser and
wlgmaker, 30S Washington St.. sole agent.
THE PORTLAND CLUB.. INC . A PLACE uF
amusement end recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fifth st. and 291 Alder. The cafe In con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. Pee month's treatment,
$2; 3 months. J 5. Sent securely sealed by
mail. Agents, Woodard 4 CTarke. Portland.
FURS REMODELED AT HALF PRICE. G.
KonlgsbeTg.- 210 Allsky bldg. Furs bought.
DR. SPRINGSTEEN'S Mountain Rose treat
ments;" coh:ulfet'on free. 3io ATisky b!d.
DARLING SANITARIUM. Mt. Tabor: private:
especially for treatment of women's diseases
and confinements; trrms moderate. Ad. Dr.
Darling. Mngr.. Cambridge Bldg., Portland.
WHY SUFFER? NO MATTER HOW LONG
standing or how many remedies tried, the
Greek Rheumatism Cure will cure you. Call,
write or phone L. T. Lewis. Agt.. 150 Cth.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison t.. bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, proper
size and style, 25c 230 business cards, $1.
Brown & Schmale. 220 1st st., Portland. Or.
WANTED THE ADDRESSES OF GRACIE
and Lucy Sly. T. C. Taylor, Hotel Port
land. MRS. DR. McCOY. electric treatments. 133
First bU. cor. Alder, rooms 38 and 39.
CENTURY DICTIONARY. $35, AT THE OLD
Book Store. 20 Yamhill street.
GERMAN SHIP MARIE HACKFELD. CAP
taln Wlehrmann, from Honolulu Neither the
captain nor the underslrned consignees of.
the above-named vessel will be responsible
for any debts that may be contracted by the
crew. Taylor. Young &. Co., Agents. Tort
land, Or., Feb. 25. 1001.
GERMAN BARK PROF. KOCH. CAPTAIN
Schutt, from Guyamas; neither the captain
nor tho undersigned consignees of the above
named vessel will be responsible for any debt
that may be contracted by the crew. Kerr.
Glfford & Co.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING .MATERIALS
U. B. Indian School Service, Chemawa. Or..
Feb. 11. 1001. Sealed proposals. Indorsed
"Proposals for building materials," and ad
dressed to the -undersigned, at Chemawa. Or.,
will be received at this school until 2 o'clock
P. M. of March 0, 1001. for furnishing and
delivering at the school, s may be required
during the current fiscal year, about 45.000
feet of fir, cedar, redwood, ash and maple
lumber. 1000 fence post. 21,000 cedar shingle
and 1340 teet of screen wire, a full list and
description of which may be obtained at the
school. Bidders will state specifically the
price of each article to be offered under con
tract. All materials so offered will be -subject
to a rigid Inspection. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon .some United States depository or solvent
National bank, made payable to the order of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at
least & per cent of the amount of the propo
sal, said check or draft to be forfeited to
the United States In case any bidder, or bid
ders receiving an award should fall to
promptly execute a satisfactory contract; oth
erwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids
accompanied by cash in lieu of certified
check will not be considered. For further In
formation apply to THOMAS W. POTTER.
PROPOSALS FOR SHIRTING FLANNEL
Depot Quartermaster's Otiice. 33 New Mont
gomery St.. San Francisco. Cal.. February
10 1001. Sealed proposals,, m triplicate, will
be received at this office until 10 o'clock A.
M., Saturday. March Z. 1901. Pacific stand
ard -time, and then opened, for furnishing
50J200 yards dark blue shirting flannel, sub
ject to 50 per cent Increase, If desired by
this department. Preference will be ;sivea
to articles of domestic production and man
ufacture, conditions of price and quality
being equal (including In the price of for
eign -production and manufacture the duty
thereon), and such preference will be given
to articles of American production and man
fuacture produced on the Pacific 'Coast, to
the extent of the consumption required by the
public service there. The United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. Informa
tion and blanks for proposals will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals will be Indorsed "Proposals No.
1585," and addressed to MAJOR OSCAR F..
LONG. Quartermaster. U. S. vols.. Depot
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED BIDS
for the excavating and grading; cohcrele
and brick work for the erection of a school
house at the corner of East 14th and Alder
streets, for school district No. 1, Multnomah
County, Oregon, will be received at the of
fice of the School Clerk, in the City Hall,
until 4 o'clock P. M.. March 2. 1001. Each
proposal submitted shall be accompanied by
a certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid. Plans and; specifications
may be seen at the office of the architect.
R. II. Miller. 501 Sherlock building. By
order of the chairman of the board.
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF VANCOUV
er Barracks, Wash.. Feb. 26. 1001. Scaled
proposals4 for furnishing and delivering fresh
beef at Forts Davis (Nome). Egbert. Ulbljon.
LIscum (Valdex). and St. Michael, and camp3
at Raainart City and Skagway, Alaska, for
12 months, beginning July 1. 1801, will be
received here until 11 A. M. March 28. tMl,
and then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing proposals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for fresh beef."
and addressed to MAJOR JAMES N. ALLI
SON. Chief Commissary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this" date I will not be responsible
for any debts or contracts entered Into by
any person or persons In connection with the
management or working of the fUh oil and
guano business carried on at Blaine. Wash.,
and Astoria. Or., under the name of T. IL
Wymonde. unless sUch debts or contracts are
authorized In writing by myself or my
agents. Messtr. W. A. Ward, of Victoria. B.
C. or Messrs. W. A Anderson & Company.
Limited, of Vancouver. B. C Dated this
25th day of January. 1001. George De La
Poer Beresfcrd. By Davis. Marshall & Mac
nelll. hi Solicitors.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property In Oregon and Washington at lowest
rates. Real estate bought and sold. Western
lnvtstm't & Loan Co., rm. 10, 245 Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, pergonal or'-alary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett, 21S Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $3 TO $500; ON ALL
classes of security. R. I. Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 883.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS. REAL
estate and all kinds of securities. 12S 3d St.,
C H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Office,
$5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 41X
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATE8; NO
commissions, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co., 002 Commercial blk.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. ft. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property fm sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison street.
MONEY TO LOAN. U AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved. Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark street.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn. 552 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SD
curlty. "Wm. Holl. room 9 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc. low rates.
See us first. Mann & Co., G04 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN. G per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith, 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECUR
lty. Phon Red 2553. Frame. 519 Marquam.
MONEY TO LOAN. C AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real estate. Plympton. 291 Morrison Bt.
FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandlse and business of the late Geo. W.
Fearnslde, at XehaSem,' Tillamook County.
Or. For particulars address E. M. Phlle
baum, administrator, P. O. drawer 50, Port
ALL ROOMING - HOUSES, GROCERY
stores, SALOONS. CIGAR or CANDY stores,
country HOTELS or merchandise In fact,
-everything that Is for ale. Is listed with us.
JENNINGS & CO 309 MORRISON 8T.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR 12 LOTS
In Cormodes & Adists First Addition to
Klrklands. In Seattle, Wash? Address P. O.
box 114. La Grande. Or.
WANTED ANY ONE HAVING SMALL CAP
Ital to Investigate big-paying business; no
hazard, no experience necessary. Address G
42. care Oregonian.
GROCERY STORE. CENTRALLY LOCATED:
good, clean stock; for sale Invoice price; will
bear Investigation; good reason for selling.
V 37. Oregonian.
Sale $2000 groceries; $1000 dry goods. $500
hardware stocks; good location, paying; part
time; cheap rents. By owner, box 3221. city.
FOR SALE GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store. For particulars see Allen & Lewis.
40 Front st.. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE ELECTRO-PLATING PLANT,
complete, with solutions, set up ready for
business. 223 Morrison.
For Sale My milling. fed. commission and
grocery business; cheap. O. R. Addlton, city.
FOR SALE LODGING-HOUSE. 2C ROOMS:
sap. Call 215 Commercial block.
WANTED TO BUY A GENERAL MER
rhandlse store In a. good country town. Ad
dress V 29. Oregon Ian.
. the only correct Munich method of zither la
FOR SALE. CHEAP CONFECTIONERY the city. 410 Salmon st. "
store, doing good business. 789 Mississippi
ave. ' Lessons 30c; rlarto, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vlo-
' lln instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 1H 1st
HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. INQUIRE O.
P. McLaughlin Sheridan. Or. Oregon A'lnvl Co.
-n-e-TVTc.- n,nr.Anv Lewis bids.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
BUSINESS DIRECTORY . lectures to women Thuraday. at 2:30 P. M.
Abdominal Bandages. Palmistry.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR Larsen. the palmist and occult student, will
women has no equal. 417 Marquam building. give scientific readings, according to methods
of palmistry; readings. 50c. Lant week per-
t Accorrtlon and Knife Pleating. manently In the city. Room 210 Allsky. bulg.
Also binding furnished and skirts rebound. $1. CHEIROMA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST.
Miss Gould. 801 Marquam bulldln?. gives scinttflc life readings, past and future.
" "x Parlors 25 Raleigh bldg.. Sixth and Wash.
Assayers and Analysts. .
Miss A. M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND psychic, reads past, present, futur. 30U 1st.
chemist; gold dust bought. 204 Washlngtou.
1 MRS. L. BURHANS. scientific palmist, room
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST. 30 Logus block. Grand ave. and EastWash.
gold dust bought. 228 Stark st. i .
. Safes. -
Accounting Expert. .
j SAFES. JAILS, BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
Geo. T. Murton. 307 Chamber of Com, Phone both new and second-hand. Lockouts openrd
Brown 4011. Accounts examined, books kept. and general repairs. J. E. Davis. (Ui Third.
A-truIogists. Sliovroase.t and Store FJxtnre.
DR. BENJAMIN, astrologist and phrenologist. R. LCTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON,
located 203 First st. Phone Clay 542. Borgeson & Co.. Front and Washington sts.
Attorneys. Storage and Transfer.
J. W. RANSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN B HAD
counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or. at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Front.
Babbitt Metal and Solder. Physicians and Surgeons.
W. W. Blancy. mfr.. 100 N. 10th, Portland; DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST: 15
best quality; lowest prices. Tel. South 111. years' experience in diseases of women; lat-
i est Improved method In the-treatment of all
Boole Stores. female troubles; patients treated successfully
, .. by mall. Office 181 First st. '
3. K. GILL A CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE- " :
tall booksellers and .stationers. 123-35 3d at. r. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation, and dlag-
CarBenters aud Builders. nosls free. 517-518 The Dekum, Portland. Or.
RHODES BUCKNEB. BUILDERS. JOB- Dl.JAESVIDI?lKSOX' S?0?-18? 5 K7D
bers. store fitters. Phone Black 914. 330 Stark ne and skin diseases. Odd Fellows'-Temple.
J. A. MELTON, JOBBING. CABINET WORK. Spiritualists. .
store fixtures. 307 Stark. Both phones.
MDME. DE'ODD, TRANCE MEDIUM SHE
Geo. Gardner, carpenter and builder, .genera! asks no questions, tells your name, frienda'
Jobbing. 223 Second. Phone Main 389. ana enemies names; locates lost or hidden
- treasures, causes speedy marriages, brings
Chiropodists and Manicuring. the separated together, locates mined in a
w z. , word, whatever your troubles, hopes, fears
Wi nrvpvT a- utat-t rfpv-vrv twv or desires, call on her; she will give advice
OTlV sclenchfro-lsi? tovk AH?kv on aU otters of business: all business- prl-
bTdB M 2nd ZS (V?i nVt in vate and confidential; independent -slate-wrlt-
bidg.. 3d and Morrison. Ore, phone Grant lb. lnq. and materiallzjnff by appointment. Hours
. , 10 to 9. Parlors. 3C0 Washington. Free
'nirroyanta. reading for this "ad" between 10-11 A. M,
Mroe. Dr. Herxog. from Berlin, scientific re- MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYT-
vealer; tejj entire life, past, present and fu- ant and psychic life reader, consult her on
lure; consultation on all affairs: nothing ex- business affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
ctpted; jiames' given; good advice; sure help; gooi advice on mines; readings daily, 50c and
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypsy up. 107 First st., office 7. Consult the best.
love powder. Fee SI; letter S2. 303 Alder.
MRS. B. REYNOLDS, THE WELL-KNOWN
Coal Dealers. medium. Is now located 'In room 213 Allky
building. Third and Morrison sts. Readings
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam dally.
and blacksmith coals. -Also foundry coke.
Front St.. near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 17GC. Storage.
Commission Merchants. OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE -
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise. specialty.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHAfER OF Insurance rates low; storage--ratei reasonable.
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old Careful attention given to. country conslsn-
rubber and old metal, and general commls- ments. Tel. Or. Main 777f Columbia! 70.
slon merchant. Front st, near Main. Port- . ..7 1 : 1 ' . . .
land. Or. Cosh advances on consignments. Sloven, Ranges, Household IPtLtvnre.
TAYLOR. YOUNG A CO.. SHIP BROKERS Hardware; sole agtt Universal stoves & ranges.
and commission merchants, Sherlock bldg., housefurnlshlng goods. J. "J. Kadderly, 141 1st.
1 Turldsh Baths. -
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO- ,
doce merchant-. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or. Now Turkish bath parlors; modern- applla"nce3;
,,I...... - . gents only. 525 Chamber Com..- J.. -F. King.
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter, , : v
egp, chickens and farm produce. Portland. Turkish baths; new management; open all
" , night. -No charge for beds" Oregonian Utflg.
Cornlces Slcylights. . ; .
1 Tents and Awnings.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES. ROOFING, t
Royal .furnaces. Tllton & Gerspach. 200 4th. PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON , ". 'ngs. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1501.
cornice'. J. C. Bayer. 205 Second st. Tinning and Roofing. "
P-"cng' ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE-
,., .. . "" pairing. Schulze Bros., 103 Grand ave.
MISSES MATTINGLY. ACADEMY OF DANC- r ' .
lr.g 2C0 South 14th. Class or private lessons. "Wholesale Grocers.
, nentIatl1, ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Dr. Stryker. 141 1st., cor. Alder. I. O. O. F. cor. N. Front and Davis sU... Portland. Or.
Temple. Phones Oregon Clay 322; Col. 793.
Dyeing and Cleaning. LOST AND FOUND.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER L?S,T-X f Si, "L-Kn
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red 131. Jg J$ffi1attELj'Z
Vlvftrtr nnnli. liberal reward will be paid for Its return
Jectr'c Supplies. tQ Mrg Newton Hountree. The Hobart-Curtls.
Western Electric Vorkr. house wiring bell -.OSTEON FRIDAY' EVENING LAST, NEAR
work, repair, motors, dynamo-. 30o Wash. rarsons Hall or on Flanders st.. brass
, . . . faucet key. of peculiar pattern. Finder will
Electric Light Baths. be well rewarded on leaving It at room 410
DEKUM TREATMENT ROOMS. DEKUM .
bldg. Ladles hours. 9 to 3; gents'. 3:30 to 9. LOST BLACK AND WHITE ENGLISH SET-
ter dog. Return 447 13th, and receive re
Fen ec and "Wire "Works. ward. M. Abraham.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE LOST SUNDAY. A DIAMOND RING. ON
Works. A. Carlson. 2S9 East Morrison st. West Side. Liberal reward If returned to
47 McKay building. '
Furniture Factories. ' ,
; FOUND BICYCLE. OWNER CAN itAVE
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work a same bv. de?,crJblns sam- and cost advertls-
speclalty. Calof & Goldenberg. 311 Front. lng. 105 Third st. -
Ilalr Dressing and .Manicuring. LoST-A BLACK COCIttR VNIEL; LI-
renso tax 027. Please return to 15 North
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 1C0 FIFTH. OpK Third st. Reward.
P.O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 914. L0ST0j,- THIRD ST., PURSE. INITIAL
r 7Z 77; ' "L " S3 gold, cards, etc ' Notify 30 East
Harness and Saddles. ,. Reward.
BREYMAN LEATHER CO. WHOLESALE KOUND - PURSE CONTAINING SMALL
raddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery amount 0f silver. Inquire at 508 Marquam
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies; v.ii,nnp-
leather of all kinds. 73 Front st. puuaing.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. TOOLS-' SSSSSrJJ"
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers, 1 1 .
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Fropt st.
' "j BANKS.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pled- PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
mont. Portland, Or.; rheumatism and kindred OF OREGON,
diseases successfully treated; best references. joq THIRD ST.
J H Mony to loan on mortgage. ..
Iron h onnders, Mnch'stsr Ship B'ld'rs. a. general trust and ugency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN -. Presideni
WOLFF & ZWICKER IRON WORKS; C. J. H. L. P1TTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS 3. ...Vlce-Prea.
Reed and F. Wolff, receivers; designers and E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA- . .Secretarlei
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining .,
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1 OF PORTLAND, OR.
Insurance. Designated Depository and Financial Agent ol
. , the United States.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so- President H. W. CORBETT
clety of N. W.; protects the living: fixed pay- Vice-President .........A . I .MILLS
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends." J. L. Cashier G. E. ITHIGTON
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. 012-C15 Marquam bldg. Assistant Cashier J. W.EWKIRiv
, 1 Second Assistant Cashier- TV. C. ALVOKD
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO 102 Letters of credit Issued, available in. Europe
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agfiits. and the Eastern States. . , t
Z. Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
Junk Dealers. "ew York Boston.- Chicago St. Louts. St.
Paul, Omaha. San Francisco ,and the, principal
"Vhink ZrJ0' -Wfc ? 'sSht anSemertbUHtdran In sums to suit
L. Shank & Co.. 312 Front. Phone South 091. 0,f London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-
,, "Tl " Main. Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Mining Machinery. Chrlstlanla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mm-
- cow. Zurich. Honolulu. - "" ',
Ottumwo, minim; bo.Ists. dynamos, motors, saw Collections made on favorable terms,
mills, etc Tatum & Bowen. 29-33 First st. .
' ZZ n TT. 7 ' LADD & TILTON. BANKERS ,.
Marble and Granite Works. ESTABLISHED IN fSK).
Transact a General Banking .Business.
WEEKS. 720 FRONT: LARGE, SELECT Interest allowed on time deposits.
stock of. monuments. Finely finished granite Collections made at all points on favorable
monuments at wholesale prices, when shipped terms. Letters of credit Issued available la
to Order, direct from Eastern quarries. See Europe and the Eastern States,
us and save money. Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
-I sold on New York, .Washington. Chicago, St.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AT Louis, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and varl-
lowest prices. See us, and save money, ous points In Oregon. Washington, Idaho! Moa-
Weeks, 720 Front. -ana and British Columbia-
. Exchange sold on ..Loudon, Paris,. Berlin,
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran- Frankfort and Hong Xbng. ,. ,.
Ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 208 1st. .
- WELLS. FARGO "r CO. BANK
-Uassasre CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $S230.000
"' "Kt' JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
THE SNOWDEN- BATHROOMS; TUB HOMER S. KING.. ..... MANAGER
nlW nVdi e,eCtrlClt3r- 131 R. LEA BARNES 7CASHIER
Fourth st. Phone Red 4-.1. JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT -CASHIER
"" " ' " ' (Portland.)
PAOLA VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY General Banking Business transacted Ex
lady from New York. 1S9 Third, room 1. change sold and Letters bf ' Credit Issued.
available in all parts of the -world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK.
T. J. GEI3LER, S14-S1S CHAMBER OF COM. PORTLAND, OREGON.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc j FRANK WATSON.... ..? President
R L. DURHAM .Vice-President
Pattern Makers. u. W. HOYT. ., Cashier
... GEO W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
WM. PREHN. SHOP 129 E. WATER ST.. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
over Columbia Engineering Works. BUSINESS.
. Interest paid on time deposits,,
Portland Ridintr Clubs. Drafts and letters of credit issued, available
, : in all parts of the world. '
LIVERY AND BOARDING: LADIES' AND Collections a specialty. Gold duaf bought,
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson. loNDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
"eu""" Chamber of Commerce building". Third and
DIE. CHICHESTER'S ENGLIS H PENNY- Head offlce, 71SLmbatrdesttJreet, Lbmlon.
r"oPiJ?B ah'ha-?i ,r1na1Siw.Tfi. Thls bank tran-acts a general banking busl-
?'".iwLul. Siuff;r hJ MiTM ness. makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
ARv LIaJ1 ut- AJw fi2inSlL ,e"erR of CTedlt available for travelers and the
M.EAfPIS Chichester Chemical Co.. purcnase or merchandise In any city" of the
Philadelphia. Pa. world. D-als In foreign and -domestic ex-
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE- poneml oeSSSS "" etd-
clallst. has opened up his office at 347 Front. -merea pala -A. V . V.'Trii AT. x-n-,.
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medl- W. A. MACRATS. Manager.
dnes for all kinds of chronic diseases. THE r-xjiTED STATES NATIONAL, J3ANK-
n .,., " Transacts a General Banking, Business.
Osteopathy. Drafts Issued available in all cities 'of the
United States and Europe.
Dr. R B. Northrup. specialist In nervous and President TYLER WOODWARD
chronic diseases, suite 418 Dekum bldg.. 3d Vice-President .....JACOB- KAMM
and Wash. Examinations free. Tel. Main C49 Cashier ,F, C. MILLER
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -MuhIcuI.
MRS. EMMA KONRAD PALAClOSTEACHES