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'RE MOTXTNG ORRGOMAX. SATURDAY, MARCH Q, 1901.
IN HONOR OP BURNS.
Many Scotchmen Gather at the Cale
here "were so many kilted Highlanders
and great chunks of Doric in evidence
last night at the Caledonians' concert at
Arlon Hall that one might have mistaken
the neighborhood for a bit of Scotland.
The hall was filled by an enthusiastic
crowd of Scotch, Irish and Americans,
but, on account of delay In the arrival
cf some of the musicians, the concert
was onthalf hour late In starting. But
the atmosphere suddenly changed when a
piper came on the stage and gave a pierc
ing olo which only a people raised on
oatmeal can fully appreciate. Chief Cam
eron gave the address of welcome, antl
laughingly stated that the reason some
of the performers were so late in coming
was "because they wished to consign to
obllyion the, long address he had prepared.
The programme was then proceeded
with, after two or three changes had
been made. Madam D'Albertl and "Miss
Elizabeth Hoben were special favorites,
the former singing "My Hame Is Where
the Heather Grows," and then giving an
encore. Miss Hobcn's work was charac
terized by fine tone, and restful light
and shade in phrasing. For hex encore
she sang "Comln Thro' the Rye." 'An
other enjoyable number was a duet, "The
Crooklt Bawbee." sung by K. Dilfln and
Miss Duncan. ,
Rev. Dr. A. A. Morrison gave a short,
witty" address. He began:
"The Scotch are the greatest race of
people on the face of the earth. There
are not many of them for the same rea
son that God made gold more valuable
than tin. I was not born in Scotland, but
among good fellows for all that. In Dub
lin. My parentajge is Scotch, and I re
ceived part of my education in Scotland."
Dr. Morrison then gave an estimate of
Burns ?is a poet.
The dance that followed was enjoyable,
and there were 15 numbers.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, March S. S P. M. Maximum
temperature, 49; minimum temperature, 33;
rier reading-it 11 A. M".. 10.2 feet; change in
the past 24 hours. 0.0 foot; total precipita
tion, 5 P. M. to 5 P. M., 0.04 inch; total pre
cipitation since Sept. 1, 1000, 31.73 Inches;
normal precipitation .since Sept. 1, 1900, 34.25
Inches; deficiency, 2.32 inches; total sunshine
March 7. 0:00; possible sunshine March 7,
Paclflc Coast "Weather.
Kamloops, B. C...
Neah Bay ..........
Salt Lake ..,.....,
San Francisco ....
500 02 10
E Pt. cloudy
NW Pt. cloudy
IClm Pt, cloudy
14 1 ItM 4
Nearly Ave Inches of snow has fallen In
Southern Idaho and Northern Utah during the
last 24 hours, and snow is still falling in that
fectlon. Light to .moderately heavy rains- have
fallen In the North Pacific States today. The
Indications are for occasional rain In this dis
trict west of the Cascades, and generally, talr
weather to the east of these mountains.
Forecasts made at Tortland for the 28 hourj
ending at midnight Saturday. March 9:
Portland and vicinity Cloudy to partly
cloudy, with occasional Bhowers; southerly
Western Oregon and "Western Washington
Cloudy to partly jcloudj. with occasional show
erstflndfi rfjofeliy southerly. ' "
Eastern Oregon, Eastern "Washington, and
Northern IdSho-Kienerally fair -weather; wind
Southern Idaho-: Probably light Tain or snow;
westerly winds. A. B. "WOLLABER,
Acting Forecast Official.
One week, commencing Sunday. March 3.
Return of the favorites,
MISS JESSIE SHIRLEY AND HER COM
PANY, PRESENTING THREE PLATS. '
Sun., Mon. and Tues "La Belle Marie"
Wedand Thurs "The Ugly Duckling"
Frl. "Wid Sit ..."A "Woman's Power"
Sat. Matli.ee. special double bill
"Edltha's Burglar" and "A Woman's Power"
, CLARENCE H. JONES, Manager.
Portland's Down-Town Theater, Third and
Yamhill. Phono Grant 741.
Tonight at 8 o'clock and all week (Saturday
matinee). Earl & Nelgen Present
"BETWEEN TWO HEARTS."
"BETWEEN TWO HEARTS,"
"BETWEEN TWO HEARTS."
The four-act comedy-drama, thrilling in its
realism, intensely Interesting.
PRICES. 15c. 25c. S5c. 50c, 73c.
Next Attraction "Held by the. Enemy."
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING SUNDAY,
ilARCH 10. SATURDAY MATINEE,
THE MOST NATURAL PLAY OF THE AGE,
THE VILLAGE PARSON."
"THE VILLAGE PARSON."
"THE VILLAGE PARSON."
"THE VILLAGE PARSON."
"THE VILLAGE PARSON."
A PLAT OF INTENSE HUMAN INTEREST.
Special scenery. Excellent company. Produc
tion complete In detail,
FREDERICKSBURG "MUSIC "HAUL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOR THIS WEEK.
Second week and terrific hit of Little Nero,
the smallest and cleverest -acrobat In the pro
fession. The sweet contralto. Rattle Ward
The fexnnle baritone. Divine Dodson. The king
of magician's, SiJvJna. Introducing new novel
ties and up-to-date .scientific discoveries. Trom
bone solo. Slg. DeCaprlo. late of the famous
Itel'an Marine Band. Retained by Tequest. this
week only. Tracy vs. Ross, in the hottest
four-round boxing"- bout you have ever seen
Miss Mae Leondor. Divine Dodson.
On Portland real estate at lowest -rates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Go.
7 Chamber of Commerce. ,
TURKEYS ARE CHEAPER
Fine, -fat turkeys. 15e lb.. Just In. Fine, lame
fat chlcacns. seose And turkeys. CheaDcst
meat sou can buy. Sec the
La Grande Creamery Co.
Beardless Sepd Barley.
I have beardless seed ibarley. which I guar
antee to be true to name and be perfectly
clean. Can furnish -any quantity .desired.
For further particulars address
6 lb Arm .and liammtr Soda . . . . , .-25c
I Pint BottleCabup J5C
I lb Can Shilling's BaXin Powder. .35c
Bishop Pure fruit Jams ' 20c
172 Till id. t. 732 Savter St
ALL FULL WEIGHT
AT SHQRT-WEIGIl'r PRICES.
Be3t full 2 Ibe. fancy creamery butter.....
;-, c and -50c
Extra choloe creamery . tOc
Fine sweet dairy butter S3c
Country hutier ...,. ... ........ .2c
1000 dozen canned fruit, per -dozen ...-$1
Best Eastern sugar-cured ham. 124c
Buy your .groceries at wholesale prices. Save
)ne profit. See. the
LA GRANDE CREAM ERY
204Yatnfalll, aear Third. Both phoaes.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms,'' Roorns and Board.' 'Houekep
lat Rooms. "Situation. Wonted." 13 words-or'
less. IS cents: 16 to 0 words. 2a cents. 21 jo'25
word. -25 -anti, etc No d.scount for xudlUonal
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." 30 cents for IS words or leas; 10 to 20
-words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. CO cents, etc
first insertion Eah additional Insertion, ono
half. no further discount -under one month.
"NEW TODAT" tgauge measure agate). 15
oents per line, first Insertion: 10 cenU per lln
for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of
fice, should always- be Inclosed la sealed envel
opes. No stamp 1 required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for er
rors la advertisements token through the telephone.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's Falesrooms. 182 Tlrst St.. at 10
A. M. sharp. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
HALL OF INDUSTRY LODGE. NO. 8. A O.
U. W. Members are hereby notified to meet at
the undertaking parlors of Ed Holman & Co.,
Fourth and Yamhill sts . at 10 o'clock sharp,
tomorrow -(Sunday) morning, to attend the
funeral ct our late brother. T. KIter. Members
of sister 'lodges requested to attend.
J. MORGAN, "Master Workman.
Attest: JOHN W. PADDOCK. Recorder.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO 55. A.
F. &. A. M. Special meeting thi
(Saturdaj) evening. J;J0 o'clock. M.
M. degree Vlsltlns brothers wel-
come. By order of W. M.
I. W. PRATT, Sec
A&orT?11 E,I?GrtfE"CO- BENEVOLENT
i... CJATJ.?' Members Are requested to
MShltn1-S5lity Church at 2 p 41 Seturdaj"
12. frt2,0M .t0 aUeBd the funra ' our
iri, U2w.raember' T- B Trewtt, By order
of the President., W. T. STEPHENS. Sec
ELIZA PAVLDrNG'S CABIN. HO. 1. N.
toV r?JvSs,8.ri,n?ella? th,s (Saturday) evea-
&wPS$& -v a u" w- Hal1' SeU-
CAMELIA CHAPTER. NO. 27. O.
E. .S. A regular communication this
(Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'cloek. In
'Hill's HalL Upper Alblna. By ordw
W. M. NELLIE McKINLEY. Sec.
NORTH .PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 314. L O. B.,
B.-Members, take -notice that an important
meeting a Ul take place next Sunday, March
10. 2 P M . at our hall. Reports from Grand
Lodge delegates. Visitors welcome.
L GUMBERT. "Sec.
SHARP-At Pinehurst. "N. C TJarch T. flf
pneumonia. May Cook Sharp, -wife of Trcv-elj-an
-Sharp, and daughter df Proftssor E.
and the late Charlotte -A. Cobk.
TREYETT March 7, at the family resldenee.
Theodore Brooks Trevctt, In the tih year of
his are. Funeral services Mil be hold at
Trinity Church today at 2 P. M. Friends
are Invited to attend. -Services at the cem
etery Rill be private.
EDWARD HOLMAN. UndertnUer.4tli
mid Ynmhlll sta. Rena Stlnnon. lady
nttxiatnnt. Doth phone -Vo. "CU7.
Flnley, Kimball A Co.. L'ndertaUer.
Xndy nulstnut. 275 Third t. Tel. .0.
F. S. Dunning. Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lndy asxiHtant. Roth phones.
FOR SALE A LOT 40x100 FEET. WITH
small house. North ISth su; price $1450, on
terms to suit. By Parrish. Watkins & Co.,
FOR SALE A GOOD S-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
full lot. In desirable part of city; price $0500,
easy terms. By Parrish. Watkins & Co., 250
FOR SALE A CO-ROOM. NICELY FUR
nished rooming-house, pas large profit; -will
take in exchange a part in acre property.
J. L. Wells & Co., 100 Grand ave.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Creamery butter, full welgnt 50c
Ranch, eggs, per dozen .. -.A.. RJVjC
Turkey choice ami plump . . .V. , .......15c
TurkeySj-good ....,..- .t 120
Chickens ; .5c upSc each
Fat geese ..75c to each
VINCE'S MARKET. Fourth and Alder.
On !raproed city and farm property.
R. LIVINGSTONE 21 Stark St.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaster i. Btrrell. 311 Worcester bile
New grans California huttor. 35c and 40c
Come and take them away. Today we will
sell 2 dozen ranch eggs for 25c Save your
street-car fare on 2 dozen eggs.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
THE ANN ARBOR BAKERY
Has removed from 347 Morrison to 313 Morri
son fit. Haa also put In large ovens of the
most modern design In the building S. W. cor.
ICth and Gltsan ati... Tvhere they have opened
a fine retail bakery. We have no successors.
Flat SALE HEAL ESTATE.
F!500 WILU BUY 12 ACRES IN HEART OF
one of best towns In Willamette Valley.
Worth three times the amount lor platting.
Taxes all paid and 'good title. For partic
ulars addresu John B. Slater. Colvllle, Wash.
SEE OWNER Beautiful lot, II th near Tilla
mook L. ?450: choice corner lOCxlUO. Tit IHh
and Tillamook, fllUi, all city Improvements;
snap. Call CWMarquam blk. Phone Grant 021.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
erty. -business chance, etc See us befora
buying. Canadian Employment and Real Ei
tate Office. SSVn 3UoYrlson, room 10.
20-ACRE FARM. 1& MULES FROM VAN
couvor. Wash.; IS -acres prunes, house, barn,
dryhouse. $7000. C14 Commercial block. -
?25 "EACH FOR H LOTS ON ST. JOHNS
car line, street graded In front at propertj.
Brona. 392 Washington sL
$S25 -100x100. WITH NEW -i - ROOM COT
tage. on xnr line. 327 Chamber Commerce.
'FOR SALE FAItftlS.
1G0 ACRES. JUST ABOVE TIDEWATER Hi
miles from Deep River Landing. mlfe
from Deep River .Logging ItaJircad, lu miles
rum AMoria. Or.; good house, partly fur-nLhht-d;
stock barn. 40x45 feet; other out
buildings, poultry houses and yard. White
Bock .Jowls, one team heavy horees, 0 milch
cows, good Jersey grades; one full-blood Jer
sey bull. No. U U. iJ. separator, machinery
and xools. No forest Area, no summer over
Jlow,. no coyotes. Would take small farm
near Portland, Grant's Pasb or Ashland.
Or., In part pay. AddMAi TH. C Proeatel.
Deep River, Wash.
STOCK AND FRUIT B.ANCH OF 870 ACRES
fcr sale, tvell watered, good -soil. 3u acres
bearing orchard; only two jnllea from Oak
land. Douglas County. Or ; low price and easy
terms. Apply -directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francisco, Cal.
50 TO 100 ACRES -OF LAND, 15 MILES
southwest from Portland, ou Tualatin River;
three-quarters In cultivation; good buildings,
hjdrant water and stream of Using water;
price and terms -reasonable. Address Ferd
Groner, Kenton, Or."
FARMS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WASH
lngton and Oregon bought at mortgage fore
closure tales, for tale at CO -per cent of
actual value. all-tzes and. "kinds. Call at my
law office. O00 Chamber Cosunerce building.
Geo. W. Hazcn.
IMPROVED FARMS yOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; ljttymenu
roa-e to uit purchasers. Per Xull particulars
Is ? va.rloa, I1"?". aPly to MacMaster
fc-Blrrcll. Sll .Worcester block.
FA.RMS AND FARM LAND NEAR PORT
land and Oregon City and In Tualttln Val
ley, cut Up to- suit purchasers. Apply the
Oregon Iron Steei Co 3Cti Sherlock bldg
GOOD 7-ROpM HOUSE. BATH. PANTRY
city and okll water, block ot Una. barn!
truit, shruhbsrj'. lawn, garden, excellent'
schools, handy to business, churches elec
tric, lights, beautiful location, thrit lng'r,cUy
on R. Jt.. Western A aohlngton; for house
ana lot In Portland; nouid aasnme small
TOortgage. Particulars, address box 5GL a
lorla. Or. Give description and location of
FOR EXCHANGE-QUARTER BLOCK AND
C-roonr cottage on East Side, central, nicely
Improved, Tor 5 or 10 acres. Improved, In
suburbs on ast Side, near car line state
location. Q 50, Oregonltn.
ri3H3EJLAADS PUR VALE.
Large tracts a specialty; GcVefnmenfor; state
scrip, school, o-e'dtd or claim 'lands, thdl
'sites, logging. wooJ and tie chances, ceuaf
piling, municipal bondi. J L. Martin & Co.,
cOl oregonlan bulldlrfg, Portland. Or.
S. W. M SEC. 32. TP. S N.. R. 3. W.. TWO
mlka from Pittsburg, lugging strtam run
through the lot. will cut about D,Mj.AM iecv,
$jH per acre. Address- R. Ooodrlch. Butte,
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE; 4S50 WILL,
buy ICO acres timber land In Columbia
County, near St. Helens. Apply J. D. AW1
cox. io2 Stark st.
TIMBER LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
also land scrip. The Syndicate Compan, IjJ
California hulldlng. Tacoma.
FOR SALE 3IISCELLAXEOUS.
LARGE QUANTITY OF GOOD BitlCK FOR
saW. In lou to suit jiurcaaitrjt, deiuvrcd to
any part of city, reasonable prictu. Kern
Brick Co. Leave orders at C C. CUne's. 14S
First St.. or telephone Columbia 5144.
STANDARD -MAKE. NEARLi NEW Up
right piano, cheap, b piivate psfty, -ivuulJ
cuusidcr tailoring or dUmonds in part pay
ment. W -40. Oregonlan.
PORTL.VND SALE STABLES, 310 EAST
Washington; several teams, and horse, n5j
to 13uu, &ome cheap; alau nne trotting bred
00 ACRES, DIARY FARM. FOR SALE OR
rent. Including 40 head cattle, bor&e&. milk
route, tools, etc Adurcss U. N., 01 Grand
TYBEWRlTERb. ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert rrpair.ux. oifice upli&.
etc Coast Avbcy (.o.. -'MVj otark at.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE STEREOPTI
con and .graphophonc, witn views and rec
ords. Adaress box 2d, Vancouver, ah.
FOR UEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and Turnau: slab. Hoover. 313 Water tit.
Phones Oregon bouth U1, Columbia, ta.
For profitable Investment In local oil company.
iesp6i-sible citizens, also oil laud, aadrejs L..
Y. Kiady &. Co., 110 Sneriock building.
TH0KOUG1IRRED FRESH JERSEY REiF
er, handsome and perfect In build, inherits
fine milk strain. E 1. Oregonlan.
HANDSOME PIANO. FllibT-CLAbS MAKE,
without a blemish, cheap lor cabn. Audrey
I" 47, care Oregonlan.
FOR "SALE PIANO. DECKER & SON. RA.E
bargain; must he soid at once. Apply 2u
becond "St.. city.
FOR BEST KUt. OAK AND -ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Vurd. 'foot of Morrison t
FOR SALE CHEAP. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE;
must bemoved off premises. 5wi E. Yamhill.
New upright .piano 4185. cost 400; must sell;
Kimball 440. organ TJ5. Upiaira. 104 h lsu
200 RIGS FOR "SALE, 100 SET HARNESS. 25
work horses. 211 Washington. 304 rroat-
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE. IN
. quire at Ml East Pine st.
FOR SALS-A FINE JERSEY COW. CALL
070 Hancock at.. Irvlngton.
BICYCLES AT A BARGAIN.
Fine Knabe piano for sale or rent; In first
claaa condition. Address F 37. Oregonlan.
SECOND FALLER. $2.50: 2 BARKERS, $2,25,
hook tender, team. $2.25. 10 teams, -city, 34".
tailor. $2 -to $2.50; bench hands. $2.50; -man
and wife, farm, $J0 up; one at $45, milker
and buttermaker. $35: woodchoppers. bOc uoc,
S5c, mill hand. $2; farm hands. $20 to $25:
man to contract for 5000 cords wood; other
work. Canadian Agency, 22Gt& Morrlion,
wanted Solicitors of mop: than
average ability to represent large -corporation
and present a proposition of merit to the
leading people of the Pacific Northwest; musi
ha e -tact and .good address. Vlth fcest of
references as to Character and ability; posi
tion permanent and pay large if services are
satisfactory. Q -14. Oregonlan.
WANTED-MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS. SIN
gle Or widower, to travel In this slate; muii
be good solicitor; one who has had experi
ence in the sale of religious books or period
icals preferred; -small salary and expenses to
begin with; -steady position. .AdaresB K 44,
WANTED TWO GOOD AdENTS TO SELL
Scrlbnera new publications, together with a
new jnagazln proposition; none but first
class men need apply, references required.
Call between 12 and 2. Cbas; Scrlbner's Sons,
D15 Oregonlan building.
WANTED STENOGRAPHERS. BOOKKEEP
ers. clerks, and In fact all kinds of skilled
help, to register; no money required until
situation Is secured. Clerk's Registration
Bureau, room 1 Washington building.
SALESMAN OR CANVASSER WANTED;
one with knowledge of graphophones pre
ferred. Columbia Phonograph Co. (Gen'l),
room 203 Goodnough building, Portland. .
WANTED THREE GOOD AGENTS TO HAN
dle now novelty; can make from $ to $20
day; sells on Sight; state right to good man.
Call 514 Washington St., at 10 A M.
WANTED SALESMAN TO TRAVEL WITH
most complete line of paints, colors and var
nishes .on tire market. Jewel Rbfining Co..
Paint Department, Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED RELIABLE MAN TO REPRE
sent an established house On salary. Good
position to right party. Address P. O. box
587. Portland. Or.
WANTED-16 YOUNG ME?. TO LEARN BAU
bor trader good proposition; inclost- 20 2c
stamps for .particulars. J. L. Hull, Port
LIFE 'OF QUEEN VICTORIA NOW READY;
largest And most complete -work published.
S. C. Miller & Co.. 353 Yamhill st.. Port
WANTED A FHtST-CLASS LUBRICATING
oil saleiman. Apply at office of W. P. Ful
ler & Co., Frrfnt and Pine sts.
WANTED ONE TO LEARN DRUG Busi
ness, 10 to 20. willing to work; experience
preferred. N -17, Oregonlan.
"WANTE4D-A HUSTLER EO SOLICIT AND
taKc orders; one with aome experience pre
ferred. T -44. Oregonlan.
WANTED GENTLEMAN: GOOD OPPOR
tunlty for a buslnera man with small cap
ital. Y 45, Oregonlan.
IF YOU WANT a position. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks Registration Bureau, room 1.
270H Washington at.
100 MEN TO TAKE TIMBER CLAIMS OR
homesteads, at once. F. W. Merrltt. 110
Acme Emp. Bureau, 245 Morrison. Phone
Oak 006; Col. 2S7 "Help free to employers.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PLUMBER, TO GO
to Tacoma. Apply -H6 First t.
BELl WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. BY WIDOWER
intelligent, healthy, -unincumbered woman,
'not over 35, to go to Alaska. G 1, care Ore
gonlan. WAITRESSES; CHAMBERMAIDS; SECOND
girls; cooks; hou5work, .city and country.
$12 to $25. Canadian Parlors, 2204 Mor
rison. LADIES WISHING GOOD HELP AND GIRLS
desiring employment, please call at Richard
son & Wilson's. 2J0 Yamhill.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; four in family; wages $20. 1050
PRINTER LADY APPRENTICE; SOME EX
perlente at jdb work. A. F. Ellis, 210 Stark
"WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
Trors; lain ui' 01 iwo. Appiy laa 14th. cor.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work'apd cooking; email family. 618 Love
Afccordlon platting: reduced prices. Mme. Kel
3ogg3.Scbool of Dressmaking. 14 Lewi bldg.
WANTED A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL.
Al)i iu.13. ii. iKii. uarncs. i'Druana HClgnts.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
wotk; swan lamny. Apply 73a overton st.
XnDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS IIOUSEKEEP
cr, good home. Inquire 107 Fourth st.
Acme Emplojment Bureau, 2434 Morrison.
Both phones. All Kinds female help.
WANTED. SKIRT AND WAlST FINISH
er. nt Mrs. Edwards', 153 10th st.
GlRL FOR EIGHT HOUSEWORK; FAMILY
of two .adults. $S. Call 572 Mill st.
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
rfll hninrk. 11 OIlnnnT
eral houtework. 7(1 GUsanf
SITCATIOVS- WAITED MALE.
TO EMPLOYERS-U'HY ADVERTISE FOR
nelp wht-a you can go to Klerks' Registration
Bureau anil be!ici usl uch help as yuU want
with the beht of city references, elttitr male
or female, free -of coat 7 Call and be con
vinced. Oillco. STUls Washington uu, room 1.
'Phone Oak -UJl.
IF YOU NEED A BOOKKEEPER OR OF
flce man. city or country, address Bookkeep
er, care Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS PLACE OF
any kind, help cooking, do housework. H 1,
situation waited female.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by lady, age 30; no objection to country
town. H 47. Oregonlan.
LADY WISHES POSITION AS COOK IN
private family Address F 1. Orcgonian.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
Tne greatest agents' seller e'er produced;
every user of pen and ink 1uya It on sight,
200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's tales
amounted to $32u In six days, another $32 In
two hours. Monroe Mlg. Co., X 44. Ltt
WANTED io ....AT.
BOARD WANTED GENTLEMAN, WITH
Invalid wife, wants roam and board wftn
lady living alone. In quiet nelgnborhoou;
win pay extra for a few hours' care eacn
da. Address A 44. care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE. FURNISHED
or unfurnished. 4 to S rooms, with stable for
horse, centrally located. Address Mrs. Net
tle Stevens. P. O. box 430".
WANTED-I1Y REL1ARLE PARTY. 3 Oil 0
room cottage; mulbe centrally "located. AJ
dress. stating prrcv. K W. carW Oregonlan.
FLrlNlSHED HOUSE. COTTAGE OR FLAT.
5 or C rooms. L 47. care Oregonlan.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. -
"WANTED-BUSIXESS MEN ljf NEED OF
fctenogiaphers to apply & liehnke'a Commer
cial College. Commc.tiai biojit, Wasnitjgwn,
cor. Second. Teitpnoue Clay 401.
kiouEST pki:k; paid fur Mi'N'a casi;
on clothins nd snCes. ;Nor.n ud. PQuu
iloou bii urui premptty uitud9d' tu
WANTED SECOND - HAND MARINE EN
glne. 4-4; must be In good condition. Henry
iv.ror.zer. Coeur d'Alene, lUano.
O.Nli lO TWENTY CAULOADS OF DRY FIR
wood; not second growth. Pacific Pottery
becond'hand turmture. stov'cs, etc Kutner &
Co.. 32 N Third, urvgun pnoim C.y iSsd.
Small tracts acreage near Portland; state lo
cation and price. T 3S, care Oregonlan.
THE SPXLD1NG. S. E COR, J'ARK AND
Alder ts., unaer the management of tna
owner, neien a. bpaiuing ine most couiplet
apartment-hoUse in the Northwest cnutc
rooms, tor gentlemen or gentleman and wife,
tumiabea housekeeping kulle u. kpcciatty.
THE l'LEASANTON. 2J!.4 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en kUlte. single or house
keeping; sunlignt in all room: bath included,
tuokt icuiiinuulu termi; transient koltclted.
THE MANHATTAN-COURT NEW BUILD
lng. new furniture; the leading house, 1
now ready for tenting rooms. Jllb stark,
near Sixth st.
1HE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nUhed: all modern convenience; references.
THE VINCENNES. 3134 'ASHINGTON ST..
corner Sixth Newly furnished throughout;
choice rooms, single or en suite; transient.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, FIRST-MORRISON-Rooms,
suites, single, housekeeping. Hotel,
private houses, furnished, central, tor sale.
The La Porte. 170& Third, cor. Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms. $1.23 per week up;
transient. 23c day up; transient solicited.
PLEASANT ROOMS. FOR .GENTLEMEN;
bath. heat, phone; two blocks Portland Ho
tel, no children: reasonable 3C4 Talor.
NICE FRONT ROOM IN PRrVATE FAM
l!y; central location; references required;
$7.50 month. J 1, care Oregonlan.
THE SHERMAN. COR. 12TH AND WASH
lngton Rooms, by the day, week or month;
telephone and bath.
Furnished and unfurnished housekeeping and
sloping rooms. Gllman Hotel. 1st-Alder.
FURNISHED ROOMS. DOUBLE PARLORS:
nil modern conveniences. ZUo Salmon st.
201 14TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROUMa.
Desirable Ideation. . Phone West 1411.
PLEASANT ROOM, FOR ONE OR TWO. Hi
Rooms Wltli Uonrd.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 1.1TH YEAR:
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; lue
of library; Woman's bXcnang. industrial
rchocl. Address Mrs. E. C George, auper
Intendent. 510 Flanders st.
THE COLONIAL, 1C3 10TH ST. ONE ViHRY
desirable suite, second floor, front: also sin
gle room; table and service first dais.
NICELY' FURNISHED ROOM8; WITH OR
without board; bath nd phone; reasonable.
195 Seventh, near Portland Hotel.
"PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD; GAS,
bath and telephone; good location; terms rea
sonable. 533 Eat Ankeny.
LARGE FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
room, with board; references. Address C 1,
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD; USE
phone and bath; private rooming-house. 131
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without board; also housekeeping rooms. 321
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board. 41 North Ninth St.. Terms reX
NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS.
Avlth or without board. 103 W. Park, cor.
ONE NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; SUIT
nble for one or two; phone and bath. 215 12th
GOOD ROOMS AND BOARD, AT 314 MILL
st ; terms $17 per month, phone Front 1044.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE; HOT AND
cold water with board. 223 Uth st.
FOR RENT-34 E. NINTH ST., COR. COUCH
(Choice locality), private residence, three
furnished rooms for light housekeeping; use
of hath and telephone; no children. Tele
phone Union IOCS.
TWO PLEASANT UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng jrooms. on ground floor; central loca
tion; no children: reference. -4411 Washington.
FtCHN'ISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN
suite, for housekeeping or transient; fine
brick block; bath, etc 2304 -Russell st.
HOUSEKEEPING. UNFURNISHED A.ND
furnished, ground floor; two furnished front
suites, second floor 3234 Front.
5 ROOMB, FURNISHED. FOR" HOUSEKEEP
Ing. upstairs or duwnstalrs. 362 Chapman
st. Apply at premises.
THREE OR TOUR UNFURNISHED. NEW
ly kalsomlned rooms. Witch -Hazel, cor. Front
FURNISHED FLT. OF 2 ROOMS, ELEC
trlc lights, water; close In. Inquire 2734
FOR RENT' FURNISHED OR -UNFURNISH-cd
rooms; hbusekeeiJlng It desired 2C3 Oak
Unfurnished 3-room fla,t, for housekeeping. In
The Se'vllla. on. "Market U Jntyilre- 210 3d.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING BOOitS.
first floor; 'central; gisT. J 47, Oregonlan.
2 BURNISHED HOUSElvEEPING ROOMS;
phone and bath, no children. -ICO Taylor.
FURNISHED AN'p. UNFURNISHED HOUSE
Ueeplng rooms. .2J!H Waenfngton st.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 2054 Washington st-
0-nnn MODERN HOUSE. NEW. $20 PER
month; few blocks from Steel Bridge. Apply
E. J. Sharkey. 3S3 "Benton st., or call White
51, Ore. phone. "".,- . j
"FLAT 1704 10TH ST.. NEAR MORRISON.
C rooms and bath- ratcrences required, no
children. Apply 2S Front st.
MODERN SEYgN-ROOM HOUSE. L-AROE
porches, in flrst-cliss order; fine neighbor
hood. 000 East Jak.
7-ROOM MODERN HOTSE.43 JEFFERSON
st. Apply 010 Chamber Commerce building.
$S per mo. and up. cottages furnished for
housekeeping. . Ah?a unfurnished cottagen.
Tel. J. Landigan any time except P. M.
FURNISHED COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS. TO PAR
tlM without children; desirable locality; rent
reasonable. 143 15th north.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE. IN GOOD CON
dltlon; Seventh St., near Jackson. Inquire
A DESIRABLE 5-ROOM COTTAGE, FUR
nlshtd complete for housekeeping. Inquire
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE OF 10
rooms; suitable for boarders. Call 205 Sixth
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE OF 10
rooms; suitable for boarders. Call 205 Sixth
FOR RENT BAKERY, SACRAMENTO AND
Union ave. Inquire A. C. Brush. 510 Will
TO LEASE-tSTORK ON WASHINGTON ST..
north side, belweon Fourth and Fifth; cheap
OFFICE OF C Q M.. VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash.. February 12. 1001. Sealed
proposals. In trlpli.ate. will be received nere
until 11 o'clock A. M., March 12. 1001. and
then opened, for furnishing fuel at the sev
eral military pc-ots in this department, and
at Cafiip at Skagway. Alaska, and ut Fort
Llscum (pert aldez). Alaska, for fiscal
year commencing July 1, 11)01. -Information
furnished here or by Quartermasters at
posts. U. S. reserves right to reject or ac
cept any or all proposals or any part there
of. Envelopes containing prnpojals shanld
be marked "Proposals for fuel at ," and
addressed to undersigned. J. W. JACOBS.
C. Q. M.
BARK SWANHILDA, CAPTAIN FRAfaEli.
from Hone Kong Neither the captain nor
the undersigned consignees of the above
named vessel will be responsible for any
debts that may be contracted by the crew.
Taylor. toung & Co., Agents. Portlaiid, Or.,
March 7. 1001.
BRITISH SHIP COMLIEBANK. CAPTAIN
Walker. Master Neither the cataln nor the
undersigned consignees of tbe above-named
etiwl will be responsible, for any debt that
may be contracted by the crew. Girvln &
OFFICE OF THE OREGON & CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company Notice of Stockholders"
Meeting Stocknolders are hen by notified that
the annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Oregon & California Railroad Company
"will be neld at the office of the company. 25
"Washington street. In the City of Portland.
County of Multnomah. State of Oregon, on
Tuejjyay, the Utn, day of April, 1001, at the
hour of 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing jear and
the transaction of such other ouslr.ess aa
may legally come before the meeting.
GEO. H. ANDREWS, Secretary.
Portland, Or., March 0. 1001.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
'and after this date I will not be responsible
foe any debts or contractu entered Into by
any .person or persons in. connection with the
manhgeinent or working of the fish oil and
guano business carried on at Ulatne, Wash.,
and Astoria, Or., under the name of T. H.
Wymonde. unless men debts or contracts are
authorized In writing by myself or my
agents, Messrs. W. A. Ward, -of Victoria, is.
C, or Messrs. W. A. Anderson & Compun),
Limited, of Vancouver. B. C. Dated this
2Sth day of January. 1001. George lie La.
Poer Beresford. By Davis. Marshall 4 .Mac
nelll. his Solicitors.
C Gee-Wo; great Chinese doctor, successfully
treats cafarin, lUnga, oiomacn, liver. kidue,s,
female troubles, uuU all private diseases with
Cowerful, harmless; Chinese roots, herbs,
arks, etc, that are unknown to medical sci
ence In bnllevl States. Consultation free.
Charges reasonable. Send stump, lor symp
tom "blank. Address 132ni 3d st., 1-ortland. Ui.
30 WOMEN W ANTED IKREuULAR, PAIN
ful or stoppages, leucurrhoea iwnitcs; and all
diseases pettainlng to change of lite, cured
bj "old Dr. Kessler. 230, Yamhill ci Port
land; Or. Private waiting-room tor ladles.
Consultation fren Call or write, inclose 10
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT; ALL SIZES
SI a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
THE PORTLAND CLUB.. INC . A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for -gentlemen, IM
Tilth st- and 2014 Alder. The cafe in con
nectton carries the best Una of liquors and
cigars the wor.d produces.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules. One month's treatment,
(2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Woodaid & Clarke, Portland.
WHY SUFFER? NO MATTER HOW LONG
standing or how many remedies tried, the
Greek Rheumatism Cure will cure ou. Call,
write or phone L. T. Lewis. Agt.. 15U4 Oth.
DARLING SANITARIUM. MTf. TABOR; PRI
vate; women's diseases, confinement; coun
try cass solicited, terms moderate. Ad. Dr.
Darling, "Mngr., Cambridge hlUg., Portland.
TOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE SlORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at EyAseU
Pharmacy, 227 Morrison st,. bet, 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, proper
size and style. 25c 250 business cards. $L
Brown &. Schmale. 220 1st et.. Portland. Or.
MRS. PROF. WHEATLET HOWE, INDIAN
medium, 'born with double veil; future re
vealed. 132i Third, room 5.
Uncle Henry, 4t N. Third, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains In unredeemed pledges.
MRS. DR. alcCOY, elefltrlc treatment". 1334
First st., cor. Aider, rooms 33 and 38.
MARRIED? If not, why not? Matrimonial pa
per. 10c Lock-box 600. Portland. Or.
RARE CHANCE FOR SMALL INVESTORS
Sen Ardo Consolidated Oil Co . of San Fran
cisco, offers' a limited number Of shares of
Its capital stock at $1 per share. Thli com
pany na passed the experimental stages, has.
Btruck oil. There Is no company in exist
ence can offer Investors a more tellable se
curity for their money. The stock cannot
fall to advance to from five to twenty times
ltt present price within a year. Applica
tions for stock and general Information -can
.. be mads- to company's agent, t .room 404
Hotel Perkins. t to 4J P. M. dally.
FOR SALE IN PENDLETON, OR.; A GOOD
meat market business, including everything
necessary in carrying a general retail dr.
wholesale business: good location and good
trade; will sell shop fixtures and furnish
meat, or will rent slaughter house, or will
Mil all. Inquire of Perry Houaer, Pendle
FOR SAKE STOCK- OF GENERAL' MEK
chandlse and business of the late Geo. W.
Fearnsldu. at Nehalem. Tillamook County,
Or. For particulars addre&a E. M. Phlle
baum, administrator, 1. O. draper 50, Port
FOR SALE-GROCERY AND MARKET; Es
tablished three 3 ears; dpwn-town location;
cheap, rent; paying business; -small -capital.
Addres oUntr. Q 47, care Oregonlan.
FOH SALE-CHEAP: SAW MILL. IN GOOD
order; a good chance to one who under
stands tbe mill lousiness ahd can run It; lots
of timber. W 47. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A LARGE NATURAL WATER
power; good location for saw. grist mills
and store: near the Columbia River.- Address
Martin Thompson, Shedds, Or.
what Have you to trade for 12 lots
In Cormodes & Adlsts First Addition ro
Klrklands, in Seattle. Wash? Address P. O.
box 114. La Grande, Or.
$3000 CASH WILL BUY A VALUABLE PAT
ent which will make $13 to $20 per day. or
clear $5000 in six months. J. D. Wilcox &
Co.. 202'4 Statk st.
FOR SALE VERY RICH GOLD MINE.
Nome; title perfect; wmild accept city home
or ranch in part payment. S-44. care Orego
nlan. FOR SALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED RE
tail harness shop In this city; cVner golng
to Ala-ka. S 40. Oregonlan.
For Sale My .milling. fed. commission and
grocery buslness'-cheap. 'O. "R. Addlton; city;
WILL BUY iECOND-H.VND AMERICAN
&. English Encyclopedia of Law. Address
box 27U. Orecon City. Or.
BOARDINGjHOUSE. FIRST-CLASS. C3
rooms, all filled; leaving city, must sell. K
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. COMPLETE. $150
If taken at once; leaving city. L 48. Orego
nlan. BUSINESS DIHECTOKY.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR
women has no equal. 417 Marquam building.
Geo. T. Murton. 307 Chamber of Com. Phone
Brown 450. Accounts examined, books, kept.
Assayers and Analysts.
J, H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold dust bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
gold dust bought- 22S4 Stark st.
J. W. RANSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counelor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-35 3d st.
Carpenters and Builders.
J. A. MELTON. JOBBING. CABINET WORK,
store fixtures. 307 Stark. Both phones.
Chtropodltts and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg., .Id and Morrison. Ore. phone Grant 10.
Mme. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific re--vcaler;
tel".- entire-life, past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted: names given; good advice; sure help,
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee- $1: letter $2. 303 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealer. In. house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front at., near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1760.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hldrs, pelts, furs. wool, mohair, tallow, eld
rubber and old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st,. near Main. Port
land, Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG JL CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J C. Bajer. 203 Second st.
T. L. NICKLIN. DENTIST. HOURS 0 TO 4.
303 Dckum building. Phone Grant 301.
Dyeing and Cleiinlnjc.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner, 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
Western Electric Works; house wiring, bell
"work, repair, motors, dynamos 3U4 Wash.
Fence and Wire Wor2f.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2S0 East Morrison at.
ALL SIZES FULL DRESS SUITS FOR
rent, 75c 32 Third, near Pine.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work a
specialty. Calof & Goldenberg. 311 Front.
Hair DreNslnr and Manicurln-.
PARIS HAIR STORE. SOS WASH. ST.. UP-to-date
hairdressers, wigs and toupees for la
dles and genu; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. IG0 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Hitmen and Saddle.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLK
sale saddle and harness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoe more sup
plies; leather of all kinds. 73 Front st,
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLB
sale saddlers nnd harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72. Front st.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont. Portland, Or.; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated, best references.
Mmriietle Mamnge nnd Electricity.
MRS. ABBIE C. FRENCH CURES NERV
OUS troubles with magnetic massage, elec
tricity, physical culture and the proper care
of tbe body: ladles only, t;c Lewis bldg.
Ordr of Wanhlngton, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living, fixed pay
ments eliminate doubtful 'dlvUlend." J. 1.
Mitchell. Snp. Sec'y. U12-C15 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st, Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber, etc.
L. Sha"nk & Co.. 312 Pront. Uhone South 001.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos1, motor?, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Bowen. 20-35 First at.
Marble and Grnnlte Work.
"MARBLE AND GRANITEj MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See Us. and save money.
Weeks. '20 Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite -and stone work. Schanen it Neu, 2GS lst,
LADY" GIVES THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC
massage treatments. .Parlor 0 The Cosmos,
2uj4 Morrison at,
PAOLA VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY
lady from New York. 1S04 Third, room 7.
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
claUst. has opened up his office at 347 Ftpnt.
and will sell his medicine as Usual. Mcdl-
. clnes for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, Danjo, mandolin, vio
Un.instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 "4 1st
WE HAVE -MOVED TO 417 THE DEKUM.
Northwest Optical Co.. expert eye titters.
0-egoa Vlavl Co.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
T. J. GEtSLER. S14-&IS CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc
Special attention given to the prosecution of
pension claim?. J. L. Wells, 100 Grand ave.
DR, CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 15
ears' experience in diseases of women, lat
est improved method in the treatment of all
female troubles; patients treated successfully
by mall. Office 1814 First at.
Dr. Flora A fjrown. diseases of women and
children a specialty.. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-51S The Dekum. Portland, Or.
DR JAMES -DICKSON, SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and aklh diseases'. Odd Fellows' Temple,
Dr. R. B. Northrup. specialist In nervous and
chronic diseases, ?ulte 41tT Dekum bldg., 3d
and Wash. Examinations free. Tel. Main 340
CHEIROMA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
gives scientific llf readings, past nnd future.
Parlors 25 Raleigh bldg.. Sixth and Wash.
Miss A. M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
psychic, reads past, present, future. 308U jut.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES
both new and second-hand. Lockouts openrd
.and general' rcsalra. J. E. Davis, CC Third.
Portland Rldlnp; Clubs.
LIVEKY AND BOARDING; LADIES AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
Sliowoitses and Store Fixture.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Co.. Front and Washington sts.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and psjchlc life reader; consult her on'
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; readings daily. 50c and
up. luT1- First st.. o'tice 7. Consult the best.
MME. ADWARD..THE SPIRITUALIST ME
dlUm. gives truthful advice on ouslness, law
suits, love and matrimony; speedy marrtaga
to the one of jour choice. Manhattan Court,
parlor 203. 31Ph Stark st.
MRS. B. REYNOLDS. THE WELL-KNOWN
medium. Is .new located in. room. 213 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison sts. Readings
MDME. DE ODD. TRANCE MEDIUM. TELLS
jour name, gives advice on business and
love affairs. 3134 Washington.
DR. COLLINS. SPIRITUAL MEDIUM;
readings dally, circle tonight, the last week.
145- blxth st.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low, storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 070.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred BlckPl's storehouse. 31 North Front,
Stornpre and Transfer.
C. O. PICK, office SS First, bet. Stark ana
Oak; phones 50(5. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping, commodious fire
proof brick w? rehouse. Front and Clay sts.
TcniM and Avvninj;.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNIl'G CO ; TENTS,
talis, awnings 220 Ankeny Tel. Grant 1501.
New Turkish bath parlors, modern appliances;
gnl3 only. 525 Chamber Com.. J. F. King.
Turkish baths; new- management, open all
night. No charge for beds Oregonlan bldg.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS; HOURS
Ladfc?3 0 to 3. gentlemen 3.30 to 0.
ALLEN LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
fior. T. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARiT
property In Oregon and Washington at lowest
Tatos, Real estate bought and sold. Western
Investm't & Loan Co., rm. 10, 2434 Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
vr ciiu.i.ici i.iui igabn, jcicuuai u. aixkt)' se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Palfett, 213 Com-
jnerelal block. Tel. Grant S3C.
LOANS IN SUM? FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
classes ofsecurlty. R. I. Eckerson & Co.,
room 5 WaBhlngton bldg. Phone Clay SSJ.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities, lowest rates. S. W. Kin,.
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 JCut-Rate- Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commissions and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co., 1,02 Commercial Dlk.
$3 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. U. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone Hoed 413.
$2Ufr.lhjO TO LOAN AT 5.fc. G. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison street.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 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.
Nuun. 552 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE-
curuy. nm. nun, iwm u tt amimj;ion oiag-
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc, low rates.
See us first, Mann A. Co.. 604 Dekum bldg.
MONEY. TO LOAN. 0 per cent, farm or city
property O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce
M.OVEY TO LOAN, AND 7 PER CENT. ON
nal estate. Pljmpton 2914 Morrison st.
LOST AND FOUND.
$IO REWARD LOST DOG A BLACK MALE
Dachshunde (log. with extremely short
brooked legs, very long body; no name on col
lar, Return to Alexr. Kerr. 01 East 12th
St.. or Captain Roberts, 002 Hoyt st.
LOST -LADY'S PURSE. CONTAINING: MON
ey and ke, Wednesday evening, either at
cooking school. '505 Third, or between there
and car. cor. Third and Columbia. Reward ItT
returned to The Oregonlan.
LOST A HAND SATCHEL. BETWEEN
Portland and Cedar Mills. Return to O'Mar
tey's grocery store, cor. Third and Ash sta,
LOST LADY'S PURSE. BETWEEN LIP
man & Wolfe's and Morrison-street bridge.
Return to Oregonlan ctttce. Reward.
LOST SMALL BLACK. CURLY" COCKER
spaniel, answers to name "Rex." Return,
773 Pettygrove. Reward
FOR SALE A GOOD-rAYING BAKERY" AND
confectionery store; $150, If taken 'at once.
A 40. Oregonlan.
LOST RED IRISH SETTER. YEARS OLD;
without collar. Liberal reward. Oregon,
phone Green 020.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
100 THIRD ST. .
aioney to loan on mortgage.
A. general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Vlce-Prea.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA Secretaries)
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Deslnnated Depository and Financial Agent ofi-
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A L. MILLS
Canl-r G. E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWK1RK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of predlt Issued, available in Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston, Chicago. St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest.
SlKht and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-tho-Mnln
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen,
Chrtstlanla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow, Zurich, Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & Tn.TON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorably
terms. Letters of credit issued available la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight. Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold 'on New Ydrk, Washington, Chicago, St.
Louis. Denver, Omnha. San 1? ranclsco and vari
ous points in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Mon
tann and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
"IVELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
csH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $3,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER Tfc KING MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters, of Credit issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
B. L- DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT i Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, avallablo
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office. 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
letters of credtt ayallablr for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise In any city of the
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposits
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts l?ued available In all cities of tho
United States and Europe.
President -TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER