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THE- M.OT?TIN.G OKEQONIAN.. MOJSTDAY,. AEI&L . 8, IDOL.
MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEILIG. Men.
Two nights, Monday and Tuesday. April 8-0,
First Appearance of Nell Burgess himself.
In his great revival of
"THE COUNTY FAIR."
THE COUNTY FAIR."
"THE COUNTY FAIR."
"THE COUNTY FAIR."
The Banc big production that played New
York City lour solid years.
Prices Entire lower floor, $1; balcony, flrst 6
rows. 75c; last C rows, 50c; gallery, 25c; boxes'
and loses, $7.50.
One week, commencing Sunday, April 7, Sat
THE N. Y. CASINO SUCCESS.
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
"'THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
They Come With Banners Waving! And at
the regular house prices, tool Be advised!
SECURE SEATS QUICK.
CLARENCE H. JONES, Manager
Third and Yamhill Streets. Phone Grant 741.
The Stanton Opera Company In a Repertoire
ot Popular Operas. Tonight
"Wednesday matinee, the tuneful comic opera,
By Harry and Edward Paul ton.
See daily papers for further announcement.
Note the prices. They never change.
Scats Now on Sale.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
STANLEY AND SCANLON.
Comedy Musical Duo. $1000 worth of new
novelties used In this act.
The King: of Hoop Jugglers.
McKAY and LAURENCE,
Comical Sketrh Artists.
Ballndtst. in her latest Eastern successes.
.And other musical favorites of "Portland.
AUCTION SALES TODAY'.
At residence, 187 East Seventh street, be
tween Yamhill and Taylor, at 10 A M. sharp.
J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
Painters and Paperhanzers of America will
hold Important business meeting Thurs.. April
11. nt A O. U. W. Hall. All must be present.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. OS. K. OF P.
Regular convention this (Mondaj) evening at
7:30, In Marauam building. Visitors -welcome.
A ROUTLEDGE, K. of R. and S.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 118, I. O. O. F.
Regular 'meeting this (Monday) evening at 8
o'clock. Abington building. First degree work.
Visiting brothers invited.
E. R. BUSH. Secretary.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14. O. E. S. Regular
meeting this (Monday) evening at 8
o'clock. Work. By order of W. M.
M. HO WATSON. Sccretarj.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 12, A F.
& A M Stated communication this
liuunuajj ii emus at i;o.i o ciouu j
sharp Business of importance. M.
M. derree. Visiting brethren wel
By order W. M.
EDWARD T. TAGGART. Secretary.
GAMBELL At Salem. April C, 1901, William
B. Gambol, son of A N. and Annie Gam
boll. Tigcd 34 years. 11 months. Funeral will
take place Monday. April S. at 2 P. M..
from the Unitarian Church. Services at the
EDWARD HOL3IAN, Undertaker, 4tH
and Yamhill t. Rcna Stinnon, lady
BSRlstnnt. Both phone No. S07.
FinIcy,ItiniHall Co., Undertaker.
Lady axslatnnt. 275 Third -at. Tel. 9.
PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE COAL. JUST
received fresh supply. Pacific Coast Co., 24a
On Improv ed lty and arm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaster & Blrrell, 311 Worcester blk.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
For ladles and gentlemen. $1 per -week or ?4
per month. Also a big assortment of standard
make clocks, 50c per week. Eastern Outfitting
Co., 3SS-390 Washington st.
On Portland, real estate at lowest rates.
Titles insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee A Trust Co,
7 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
CHOICE WEST SIDE BUYS
$600 and xip Lots In Doscher's Second Ad
dition, running from 22d to 24th. and X to
Reed sts. This property lies high and fine,
has Improved streets and sewers. Is conven
ient to large manufacturing plants and
$3500 Full lot and S-room modern house,
on Northrup st., near 23d; special i,nap.
$160050x100. Irving, between 23d and 24th.
House and fractional lot. Second and Ca
ruthers; -will sell at a low figure.
$220030x100 and good S-room house, on
Qulmby. near 20th; fine modern home.
$0250 Lot and fine modern liouse, 10th St..
$12,000 Half block, adjoining terminal
grounds; choicest warehouse property in Port
land. $150050x50 and modern cottage on Hall
st. Special snap. "
50x100 and tottage, 330 North 19th.
Block facing N. P. Railroad. 10th and Wil
son; warehouse property.
SPECIAL BARGAINS ON EAST SIDE
$2000100x100. modern house. D. 21st-Hojt.
50x100, modern cottare. 675 East Stark.
100x100. beautiful corner. East 16th and
Oak, and two good houses. Will sell sep
arately. A snap.
$24002 sightly lots and desirable cottage.
Page et. and Gantenbein ave.
$145050x125 and new cottage. Alblra.
$10002 cottages. Alblna; rent $16.50.
$2350 New modern 6-roora liouse. Holla
$1300 Cottage and lot on Grand ave., Hol
$2100 One of the choicest quarter blocks
In Holladay't Addition.
$1000 Choice lots. East IGth. near Bel
mont. Fine property on Peninsula, cheap.
$1500 Corner and modern G-room cottage.
East 23d and Ivon sts.
$16002 lots and 7-room house, Sunnyslde.
$2600 Large grounds and 10-room modern
"". In cood condition. Sunnyside.
$7502 lots. Knott, near Mississippi ave.
S1.100 Lot and desirable cottage. 544 Kerby.
$150 Lot East 22a. near Powell t.
$200 Three fine lots In Willamette.
Several sightly lots near Brooklyn School;
will sell very low nd on easy terms..
$1600 Desirable half block, East 13th and
8 acres, all under cultivation. 7-room house
and barn, near West ave.. Mt. Tabor, at a
2 acres and half, Wlbcrg's Lane, Mt Ta
bor; improved and very desirable.
Other good bargains too numerous to men
tion. Favorable terms on any of the above.
GRINDSTAFF & BLAIN. 240 Stark.
TO LOAY-$20,000, IN SUMS OF $1000 AND
upwards; on good improed city tiroperty 3
to 5 years, flat rate of 6 per cent."
If you want to buy or sell real estate, call
and ec -us.
MONTAGUE Zz. KING. 226 Stark st.
FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY THE FIRST
National Bank of Independence, Or., having
gone Into voluntary liquidation, offers for
sale all Its real estate, consisting of farms
and city property In Willamette Valley. Ad-
FINEST LOTS IN IRYINGTON 11TH ST
$495; 13th, $555; both lots near Tillamook1
blghtly lot, Tillamook st. near 10th, $600 See
owner 620 Marquam block. Phone Grant" 921.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
crty. business chances, etc See us before
buying Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Office, 220 Morrison, room 10
$3000 A MODERN COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, AT
tlc and basement; onlr three blocks from
Hotel Portland. David S. Stearns, 249 Wash
ington. 160 acres Rare bargain; suitable for stock
running stream; 30 acres hottom land; make
fine farm. A Balmanno, Columbia Hotel.
A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME, CLOSE TO
car line and P. O.. schools. Inquire of Nlck
um & Kcllcy, foot of Jefferson st.
0-ROOM RESIDENCE: corner; close In; sac
rifice to settle mortgage. 14Ghk First; room 1.
HOUSES AND LOTS. CLOSE IN: EASY
terms. W. Reldt. Washington block. 2 to 5
4 AND S-ROOM HOUSES ON EASY In
stallments; near cars. 149 First, room 1.
$4,550 BUYS TWO CHOICE LOTS. I7TH AND
Hoyt. Inquire Lowengardt, 33 North Park.
One of (he lxst prune larms In Clark Co.,
Wash. H. O. Bostwlck, Fisher's. Wash.
FOR SALE FARMS!
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to -various properties apply to MacMaster
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester block.
Homestead 10 miles from Portland: relinquish
to buyer Improvements; snap. 149 1st, rm 1.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR CITY PROP
erty. 274 acres good stock ranch. For partic
ulars address A. 2S, care Oregonlan.
I WANT TO BUY A 7 OR S-ROOM MOD
ern house, within walking distance of Post
office; must be a bargain; give description,
location and price Address J 30, care Ore
gonlan. TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
A LARGE TRACT OF TIMBER IN ONE
body, accessible to deep water on Columbia
River; &. bargain for loggers or sawmill men
t ho want heavy Umber. Call and see
MONTAGUE & KING, 22G Stark st.
SE. SEC. -33. TP. 1 NORTH, RANGE C E.;
guaranteed 10.000.000 feet fir and larch;
$2500. Snap. Other desirable tracts. $G00 up.
149 First, room 1.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP. TOREST RE
scrve scrip, ready for Immediate use. Patten
Bros. & Sherman, room A Pacific block,
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE, IN LARGE OR
small tracts. For particulars Inquire box 6,
Fine half-section fir and cedar timber, cheap;
no agents. Msrtln. 601 Orpgonlan building.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
LARGE SAFE FOR SALE; ALSO TWO CASH
registers: a "Caligraph" typewriter; 3 "fur
nace stoves"; a 10-acre prune orchard; a
house and lot (house rented at 33 per
month): a -block In Henry's Addition: a 14
block lacing Union avenue, with house one
block north of Brown building: also the
"Allenton" cottage. In Grimes' groc at Sea
side, for sale or rent; house nicely furnished
and SO acres in close proximity to Klamath
Falls, Or., at $2.75 per acre; also 8-acre
tract adjoining Southern Paciflc Carshops for
sale at low price; and last, but not least, a
lot of used pianos and organs for just a
trifle. For further particulars, see Wlloy B.
Allen. 211 First st
SOU SALE 2 NO. 1 BUAKE STEAM
pumps; 1 No. 2 Hooker steam pump 1 50
light complete electric-lighting plant, with
searchlight, dnamo, switchboard, armature
and engine, all In first-class condition for
steamboat Ube; 1 double cylinder hoisting en
gine and boiler, used less than six months,
inquire 47 1st -st
LARGE QUANTITY OF GOOD BRICK FOK
sale. In lots to suit purchasers, delivered to
any part of city: reasonable prices. Kern
Brick Co. Lea-e orders at C C. Cline's. 14S
First st., 'or telephone Columbia 5144.
mvnY TA ntt TN fiTT. STOCKS- RAVIfRRS
and Brokers. 15c; Portland Oil Co., 10c: Syn
dicate Petroleum, 50c; Watson Oil Co., $L
Buy now;-stocks going up. Write or call
W. J. Curtis, "214 Commercial block.
SO Hl-P. FIRE-BOX BOILER AND FIT
tlngs, complete: good condition; guaiameed
l&O pounds cold-water pressure; boiler in
Portland. Apply to A F, Flegel, room 44
McKay building. Portland. Or.
LIVERY STABLE IN ONE OF THE BEST
towns In Oregon: well equipped and doing
fine-paying business; must be sold quick, on
account of sickness. Grindstaff & Blaln, 240
GRAPHOPHONES YOU ARE INVITED TO
call and see the latest In talking machines.
Columbia Phonograph Co.. 203 Goodnough
FOR SALE 10,000 SHARES MUSICK MIN
Ing stock. 5000 shares Helena No. 2; spot
cash offers only considered. Address P 29,
FOR SALE NEARLY NEW CASH REGIS
ter (National); have no further use for It,
and will sell cash or time. Ellers Piano
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnace slab. Hoover. 313 Water ic
Phones Oregon South 051; Columbia 83.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED'
and -sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies.
etc, Coast Agency Co.. 2pG'4. Stork st.
FINE SET OF CONFECTIONERY STORE
fixtures for sale, cheap; everything needed.
Inquire 232 Oak street.
TEAM OF GOOD. SOUND HORSES: ALSO
tv agon and harness, for sale. 514 NorthruD
st.. cor. 15llu
CARLOAD OF 1600-POUND HORSES FOR
sale, at Oregon Sales Stables, Sixth and
PORTLAND SALE STABLES, 340 EAST
Washington Horses and vehicles sold and for
Upright piano. $135; upright piano, $03; cost
41000: one $10; organ $29. Upstairs, 104 1st.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. $1 EACH. GUARAN
teed. Uncle Mers, 143 3d St.. near Alder.
STANDARD-MAKE PIANO for sale or rent;
good as new; a bargain. W 9, Oregonlan.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS, 25
work horses. 211 Washington, 304 Front.
CENTURY DICTIONARY. HALF MOROCCO,
$40, Old Book Store. 229 Yamhill tst.
FOR SALE DARK BAY HORSE,
1500 pounds. Inquire 45 Third.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVX DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water -at.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE. IN
qulre at 3S1 East Pine st.
HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE FANCY OAK
and mahogany upright pianos. that we are
no-v selling for $265 cash or on reasonable
time? Send for catalogue. At Ellers Piano
House. 331 Washington st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN WANTED FOR THE U. S. NAVY
Seamen, age 21 to 35. $24 a month; ordinary
bcamen. age IS to .0 ..i apjjiciiiices. third
class, age 15 to 17. $0; shipwrights, age 21
to 35. $35; blacksmiths, age 21 to 35. $50;
plumbers and litters, age 21 to 35. $43; ma
chinists, first class, age 21 to 35. $53; ma
chinists, second class, age 21 to 35. $40; elec
tricians, second (.Use, age 21 to 35. $40;
electricians, third clabs, age 21 to 35. $30;
bollermskers. age 21 to 35 $G0; firemen, first
class, age 21 to 35. $J5; firemen, second
class, age 21 to C5. 430: coal passers, age 21
to 35. $22. No one enlisted between ages 17
to IS. Candidates must pass a "phvslcal ex
amination showing them to be free from dis
qualifying ailments, and. except apprentices,
an examination showing them to toe qualified
for their ratings; apprentices, the physical
examination only. The term of enlistment Is
four j ears. A bonus cf four months' pay and
an addition of $1.36 to the monthly pay for
each re-enllstmect "within four months on
honorable discharge. Rations, medicines and
medical attenddhce gratis. Privilege of re
tirement on three-quarters pay after 30
years' service. Applicant,? residing at a dis
tance should always communicate with the
station for particulars brfdre reporting for
examination. A special circular will be sent
to parents and guardians who may wish to
present boys to enlist as apprentices for
training. Applications should be made to
Commandant. Naval Station. Bremerton,
Washington U. S. S. Nipslc
MR.L BLACKSMITH: AND MACHINIST $3
hoo.k tender, tram. $03, board; river drivers'
52v-fa,lcrs' ?250: buckers, $2.25: barkers'.
$2.2; teamster. $2.23; skid men, $2; swamp
ers, $2; 3 teamsters, ranch, E. O., 426
board; R. R. men. $2; carpenters, $2.50;
teams, city. $4; solicitors; flume men: $1 7ri--woodchoppera,
75c to $1; -farm hands and
milkers. $25; other work. Canadian Agency
2261S Morrison. Loggers' Headquarters,
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. Recruits specially de
sired for service In Philippines. For Informa
tion apply to Recruiting Ofllcer, Third and
Stark sts., Portland, Or.
MANAGER SALESMAN. PHYSICIAN PRE
forrod, for Portland branch of New York
manufactory; one acquainted with hospital
, t-upplles; no capital required, but want first
class man. Call after 11 A M.t Portland
Hotel, Henry Tonjos.
HEAD BOOKKEEPER. COMPETENT. COR
rect; one who Is familiar with trade" or Ore
gon and Washington; none need apply unless
with toest references, and hond. If necessary.
Address T 21, care Oregonlan.
WANTED FTRST- CLASS SAWYER AND
edger man. and also two lumber graders;
give references and experience, and stale
amount of -si ages expected. Address S 29
WANTED-MEN FOR SALT WORKS; $1.50
to $2.50 dally: free fare to California. Writ
immediately. Salt Works, L03 Angeles, Cal.
MEN WITH BRAINS IN EA ORE. AND
Wash., tfi take tip a newspaper proposition. A
snap. Address Box 309, Portland, Or.
WANTED SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS;
must be good talkers and of fire appearance;
accustomed to work In advertising. Insur
ance and kindred lines; state experience and
references. Y 23, Oregonlan.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
canvass for furniture store; salary and com
mission. Address- R 29, Oregonlan.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks' Registration Bureau, room 1.
270 Washington at.
WANTED EXPERIENCED JANITOR FOR
large building: references required. Address
G 28, care Oregonlan.
ACME Employment Bureau, 245 Morrison
Today lumbermen, wages $2.25 day; .hook
GOOD TAILORS WANTED; GERMAN PRE
ferred. Fredrlch the Tailor, La Grande, Or.
PLUMBER WANTED: FIRST-CLASS Me
chanic. Apply 441 Washington st.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN Td LEARN THE
barber trade. 532 Gliean st.
WANTED GENERAL REPAIRER, ESPE
clally stoves. 187 Front
COATMAICER FntST CLASS. E. A SCHIFF
li r. Pendleton, Or.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
FIRST-CLASS TAILORESS; ALSO GOOD
seamstress, at once; domestic work of all
kinds, city and country. Canadian Parlors,
WANTED A GOOD. .EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general housework; good coOk; none
other need apply. Portland Cracker Co., 11th
WANTED A RELIABLE GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework and cooklngr wages, $20. 325
East 3d and Halsey streets. Call mornings.
WANTED COLORED GIRL TO ASSIST
with housework; can. attend school; refer
ences; small wages. 2J 27, Oregonlan.
COOK, WAITRESS, DISHWASHER. HOTEL;
also girls for general houseworks Ollice
230 Yamhill. Phono Elack 2SM.
WANTED IN OUR CLOAK AND SUIT DE
parthient, competent 'saleslady; must -be ex
perienced. Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
GIRL TO COOK AND DO GENERAL HPUSE
work. to go to Juneau, Alaska. Apply 170
North 22d, between 2 and 4.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR -COOKING AND
general housework: good wages; apply morn
ings. 341 11th. cor. Market.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. at 187 lfith street, between Yamhill
and Taylor streets.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
Call today after 8 A. M., 431 Alder, between
11th and 12th sts.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
housework in family of two. Apply at 781
GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK DAILY
in exchanre for music lessons; Address" S
WANTED A GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work. Call between 9 and 11 o'clock. 407
GIRL OR WOMAN1 FOR LIGHT HOUSU
work. Apply, If convenient, today, at 203
Acme Employment Bureau. 245 Morrison: lx
cook, city rest., $40; house girls. Phones.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework. 405 Stark, near 10th.
GIRL WANTED; GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three; no washing 314 Clay st.
WANTED FIRST - CLASS COOK AND
housekeeper; good wages. Apply 2S9 13th.
COOKING AND GENERAL
107 North 17th street.
WANTED-GHtL FOR GENERAL
work. Call at 149 13th street.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
two In family. 751 Johnson.
WANTED A TRIMMER. APPLY 330 WAStf
lngton St.. Paris Millinery.
SITUATIONS IV ANTED MALE.'
Dookkecpcrx and Clerics.
SITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT
and experienced bookkeeper; references. Ad
dress A 27, care Oregonlan.
JAPANESE. GOOD COOK, WANTS PLACE
in small family; can do chamberwork. Ad
dress N 30, care Oregonlan.
A JAPANESE WANTS POSITION TO DO
plain cooking, with housework, In small
family. W 29, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE COOK WANTS POSITION AND
housework in family. G. S., Japanese mis
sion. 39J Flanders strceit
SITUATION WANTED BY JAPANESE BOY
to do plain cooking, hous"ework. No. 10
North Third street:
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION IN FAMILY
to do good cooking or housework. S 30, Ore
GOOD JAPANESE COOK WISHES A
sltlon In family. E 27, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY GIRL, TO DO
general housework. Call 471 Everett st.
A WOMAN WISHES WORK OF ANY KIND
by the day. Address O 29, care Oregonlan.
COMPANY OWNING SO ACRES "VALUABLE
oil land, and directed by prominent men,
desires reliable agents? liberal commission or
salary. Aadrcss Expansion Oil Company, 104
Sutter st.. San Francltco, Cal.
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL LIFE INSUR
ance costing-only $1 per month, for the New
York Mutual Reserve. M. T. Kady, 605 Ore
LADY AGENTS WANTED TO SELL THE
White Ro3e- Cre3m Champion Complexion
Improver. 14S Front htreet.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A MODERN HOUSE'
of from eight to twelve rooms, within 12
blocks of Oregonlan building. Addresa O 30,
care Oregonlan. ,
WANTED BY RELIABLE PARTT. 5 OR 0
ropm cottage; must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price. F V. care Oregonlan.
ROOMS, WITH BOARD. WANTED BY
young couple in private family; references.
C 26. can? Oregonlan. , ,
WE PAY SPOT CASH for pianos, furniture.'
carpets, etc. any amount, ueo. Baker &
Co.. auctioneers, corner Alder and Park.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
oft clothing and shoes. 02 North 3d, Phone
Hood 517. Orders promptly attendtd to.
WANTED 100 OR 200 SQUARES OF SEC-ond-hand
corrugated Iron. K 27, care Ore
gonlan. Second-hand furniture, stoves; etc. Kutner &
Co., 32 N Third. Oregon phone Clay 68U.
THE SPALDING, S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.". under the management of the
owner, Ilelen F Spalding The most complete
apartment-hou9c in the Northwest; choice
rooms; for gentlemert or" gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 13TPTVEAR;
rooms, with boardj enameled bath tubs; uss
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
schooL Address Mrs. C. E. Georger superin
tendent. 510 Flanders st.
THE PLEASANTON., 2SS7I -THIRD ST. FINE'
furnished roorasj en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight in all rooms; bath included;
most reasonable terms', trapslent solicited.
THE ROSS. 211 FIRST SUNNY ROOMS,
en 3uite. single, and housekeeping steady or
transient; 25c, SOc, $1; brick buildings.
Phone North 571.
THE "NEWCASTLE S E. COR. THIRD AID
Harrison sta Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
306 1st ST.. SEW HOUSE, BRIGHTEST,
most attractive In city; carpets and turni
ture new; few unfurnished. Mrs. S. Carson.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIHST-MORRISON
Housekeeping, reasonable'. Central, private;
furnished house for sale or rent.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
for gentleman; gas, bathr rent reasonable.
94 North 16th, cor. Flanders.
420 ALDER FURNISHED ROOMS; ALL
modern conveniences; large unfurnished robin,
with hot and cold Water.
ONE LARGE ROOM. WITH f.AX WINDOW;
nicely furnished: very reasonable. 320 Sec
ond St.. cor. Clay.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS: PRI
ate family; gentlemen preferred. 183 Park
A LARGE FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
room, with alcove and bath. 107 North 17th
THE BONITA. SO 7TH. NEAR LIBRARY
Furnished rooms; breakfast served If wished.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without board. 203 Firth st.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; REASONA
blc. 2S9 Salmon st. ,
Room With Board.
LARGE ROOM. FURNISHED. IN PRIVATE
family; modern; breakfast If desired. 10r
14th st., cor. Taylor. References.
WANTED ONE OR MORE PERSONS TO
room .and board In private family. Call at
20 20th street.
PLEAS ANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD; GAS.
bath and telephone: gocd location. 533 East
ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SINGLE HOT AND
cold water; with board. 225 11th st.
NICE, PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH FIRST
rlass board, at 108 11th st.
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY.
Inquire 189 16th st.
NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, in suite of two or more, with mod
ern conveniences; best location. Phone Won'.
529. J 20, care Oregonlan.
FURNISHED FLAT. 4 LARGE ROOMS,
conveniently located; rent reasonable. In
quire 711 Water, bet. Hooker and Meath
TWO VERY DESIRABLE UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, on ground floor; central
location: reference. 440 Washington st.
THIRD ST., lStfVi FURNISHED ROOMS,
double beds. $1 up week; furnished house
keeping suites, $0 month.
FURNISHED HOUSEKfiEPING ROOMS AND
furnished room. 171 Front at., between
Morrison and Yamhill.
FLAT OF THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
kecping rooms, ground floor; references re
quired. 3SS Jefferson.
A FLAT OF THREE BEDROOMS AND
kitchen, for housekeeping. 225 First At.
Pleasant rooms, steam heat, with hot and cold
water: first-clasa board. 533 Morrison.
THREE NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent. 285 13th st., near Jefferson.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 203 Jefferson atrett.'
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
320 Second -"st.. cor. Clay.
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED OR PARTLY
furnished new S-roomybouaer all modern con
veniences lnrge yard1; $25 mbnth. 70S
NICELY FURNISHED 5 - ROOM HOUSE,
with bath and yard, $14, to permanent ten
ant. 5S9 Northrup St., near, 10th.
7-ROOM COTTAGE; BATH, YARD AND
fruit; part furniture for sale. . Call 10 A M..
or after 5 P. M.. 547 Fifth st.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT AT 695
Weidler. Apply of Mr. Brown, litjh and
701 Everett st.
FURNISHED S-ROOM HOUSE AT MOUNT
Tabor for rent, for Tour months, from about
April 15; on car line. H. E. Stcmter, 245
FURNISHED COTTAGES. FOR HOUSE--
keeplng, $8 per month and up. Telephone J.
.. uiv-an i Union 545). any time except P. M.
$10 PER MONTH; 5-BOOM COTTAGE." FUR
nished complete for housekeeping; 10S Pen-
noyer st..' near Hdod.
502 CLAY ST.. NEAR 14TH; FURNISHED
house of 3 rooms and bath. Rountroe &
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Sixth, corner Yamhill.
HOUSE. 173 E
HonHCfi or Rent Fnrnltnre-for-Snle.
NICE. NEW FURNITURE TOR SALE AND
cottage to rent; central, $250. Room 302
Commercial building, Second and Washing
FOR RENT-5-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH NEW
furniture, complete, for sale." Apply 453 Sal
mon, corner 13th.
FOR RENT STORE; GOOD LOCATION FOR
dcllcate-essch or groceries;, cheap rent. In
quire 394 Sixth st. ..
LOANS WlTHOBT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, terbbnai or salary se
curity, at low rutes. C. W. Pallett, 2W Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant "850.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5'TO $500; ON ALL
classt-s 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, I'-iS 3d St.,
C- H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket OHlce.
MONEY TO LOAN" AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of titlo fdrnishedr
Tortland Abstract Co., 602 Commercial 'blk.
$3 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of "security. W. A. Hathaway room 10
Washington building. Phoner Hood 413.
200,000 TO LOAN AT oVj. 0. 7 PER CENT,
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
MONEY TO LOAN, 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN, ANY AMOUNT, AT 5W
per cent upwards. Western Ipvestment &,
Loan Co., J 00m 10, 243 Morrison.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property -find all other good aecurltres: W. H.
Nunn, 552 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN, 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real estate. Plympton, 201 Mbrrlson lit.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KlNDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl, room 0 Washington bldg..
LOANS" on chatfclB. salaries, etc, low rates.
See us first. Mann & Co., 60 Dekutn bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 per cent, farm or city'
property, u. at. tmun, a vn. ot commerce.
State fund? loaned 0 per cent1. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of Com.
Mortgage loans; no brokerago; any sum; small
loans specialty. Ward. 3in Alislcy bldg.
EVER AND ALWAYS.
Today, tomorrow and eyery day until sold
Lady's taUlor-made suit, ' in,; gray, black and
blue, gooa -material, niceiy tailored, latest
style, for $10; $2.50 at the time of pur
chase and the balance $1 per week." Eastern
Outfittlrig Co. 3S8-300 Washington at. Fur
niture, musical instruments," ladies' and
gentij dlothlng, featheY boas, triinks, parai
sols, pictures, etc.
C. GEE'WO. CELEBRATED CHINESE DOC
torj successfully cures all chronic' diseased of
men and wOmen, without operation, with his
powerful Chinese roots, herbs, barks, etc.,
that are unknown to medical science in this
country. Don't think your case hopeless un
til consulting him. Send stamp for blank
and circular. 132 Third St., Portland, Or.
39 TVOMEN WANTED IRREGULAR. PAIN
fujr or stoppages, leucorrhoca (whitest and all J
by old Dr Kessler. 2W Yamhill st., Port
land, Or. J Private waiting-room for ladle;
Consultation free. Call or write. Inclose 10
ONLY EXPERT CHIROPODIST; SCIENTIFIC
masseuse, artistic, manicurist on Paciflc
Coast, recently from Chicago. Gran Espc
clflco cures corns. D. Cleopatra Cream guar
anteed to remove" wrinkles. 20 Raleigh blk.
ALL THE CARllON FINISH STAMP PHO
tos In Portland are mado by the Penny
Photo Co., ne". cor. 3d and Washington:
Accordion -plaiting; Kellogg's- School of Dress
making. 13-14 Lewis bldg. Ladles repairing.
niiwss suits Knn revt- a i.t- kikes
$1 a month keeps your clothing" cleaned", and I
pressed. DUttcnx tewed on and rips sewea up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique" Tailoring-Co.,
,347 Washington, opposite Cordray-.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC.. A PLACET OF
amu-scment and recnatlon for gentlemen, 13u
Fifth .st? and 291 Aiaer. Tire- cafe In con
nection carries the be$t line of liquors and
cigars the wurfd producer
-MANLY VIGOR' RESTORED' BY DR. ROU
erts Nerve Globuless. One mdrtth""s treat
ment, $2; -1 months.. ?5. Sent securely sealed
by mail. Agents, Woodard &. Ciarku. Port
DARLING SANITARIUM. MT. TABOR; PR
vate; women's diseases, confinements; coun
try cases solicited; terms moderate. Ad. Dr.
Darling, Mngr., Carhbrldge" bldg:, Portland:
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORS A
curately and reasonably filled at EysseH'ff
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
We print 50 wedding invitations, proper size
and style, (3.50. 250 business cards, .ftl
Brown & Schmale, 220 1st St.. Portland, Or.
PURE .RED BLOOD GUARANTEED" BY
taking Esell'e Concentrated Extr. of Sar?A
rarllla. 227 Morrison, bet. First and Second.
PALMIANA HAS RESTORED THOUSANDS
to complete manhood; i-t will restore you. 51
per box. J. M. Rieenr druggist, 207 First st.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THE
famous palmist, Mrs. Dreyrus, 211 First st.
ON ALL AFFAIRS- OF LIFE CONSULT THE
fnmou-r palmist. Mdme-. Racine, 121 10th st.
SANITARY FEATHER l'ENOVATOR makts
m old feathers new. 31S 1st. Phone Hood 272.
Ostrich feather boas and plumbs curled; made
over like new. 50 N. 7th. Tel. West 1243.
Uncle Henry, 43 N. Third, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains in umedeemed ptedges.
ir not.- why not? Matrimonial
Lock-box- 000, Portland. Or.
NOVITA REMEDD2S. AT
290 GRANT ST..
ProuniialA hn Ited.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Ofllce of Purchasing' Commissary, San Fran
cisco, Cal., March 'Mt 1901. Sealed proposals
for furnishing and delivering, of tuck-quantities
of subsistence fuppllejf, delivered at ,such
wharf or wharves or such warehouses In San
Francisco; Cal., as-per circular, to bcr seen
at this oillce, will be received here until 11
o'clock A. M., Tuesday, April 9", 1001. and
opened Immediately thereafter In presence of
bidders. Specifications, general instructions
to bidders and blank farm of proposal will
bo furnished to established dealers on appli
cation to W. H. BALDWIN, Major and a
S., U. S. Army, Purchasing Commissary.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Office FurchaslngComimssary, San Francisco,
Cal., April 0, 11)01. Soaltd proposals f6r fur
nlshlng and delivering of such quantities of
fresh vegetables at Manila, P. I., aft per cir
cular to be seen at this cilice, wll "be received
here until 11 o'clock A. M-. Tuewlay, May 7.
Idol? atid opened Immediately thereafter in
the presence of bidders. Specifications, general
Instructions to bidders and blank form- of
proposals, will be furnished to established
dealers on application to W, JH. Baldwin,
Major and C. S., U. S". Army, Purchasing
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMAS
ter, Astoria, Or., April 8. 1901. Sealed pro
posal. In triplicate, will be received here
until 2 P. M.. May 7, 1901, for constructing
a cistern at Fort Stevens, Or. Information
furnished on application. United States re
serves right to rejeet any or all proposals.
Envelopes containing .proposals should be
marked, "Proposals for construction," and
addressed Captain Downs. Q. M.
SS. MONMOUTHSHIRE. CAPTAIN KENNE
dy, from Hong Kong and Kobe Neither the
captain nor the undorslgned consignees of
the ubove-named vessel will be responsible
for any debts that may be contracted" by the
crew. Taylor, Young & Co., Agents. Port
land, Or., April 5, 1901.
COUNTS OF PEMBROKE, CAPTAIN WILL
lams Neither the master nor the, undersigned
will be- responsible for any debts contracted
by the crew ot the above-named vessel at
this-port. The Portland Flouring Mills Co.,
TRUSTEE'S SALE THE UNDERSIGNED
offers fer salo a stock of general metchnn
dise. together with the store fixtures appertaining-
therto: -also certain book accoants,
fOnncily belonging to S. F. & G. W. Bran
don, at Merrill. Klamath County; Orego'n.
Inventories of this property rriay be seen
at- the rooms of the Board of Trade, 202
Market st., San Francisco. Cal. ; at the offices
of Cotton, Teal &' Minor, attorneyd-at-law,
Worcester Block", Portland, Or., and ut the
offices of Leavltt & Mills, attorneys-at law.
Klamath Falls, Or. - The stock may be In
spected on the premises at Merrill, pr.
Seated bids for this property may b-j pre
sented to H. L. Smith, secretary of the
Board of Trade. 202 Market St., San Fran
cisco, Cal., on or before Monday. April 13.
190, at 3 o'clock P. Mi, or to Cotton, Teal
& Minor, attorneys at law, Worcester Block.
Portlard, Or., on or before Monday, April
15, 1901. at 10 o'clock A. M.. or to Leavltt
& Mills, attorneys at law. Klamath Falls,
Or., on or before Mor.diy, April 15, 1901, at
10 o'clock A. M.
Bids may be presented for the-stoolc, fix
tures and accounts as a whole, or for the
stock and fixtures as one lot, and fdr thS
book accounts' afe another lot.
Each bid must be accompanied by' a certi
fied check for 10 per cent of the amount of
fered, returnable only In case of rejection
of bids. Rlrht reserved to reject any and
ail bids. Terms CASH.
C. It. HAVENS, Trustee.
OFFICE4 OF THE OREGON & CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company Notice of Stockholders
Mooting Stockholders are hereby notified that
the annual meeting of the stockholders of"
tne urcgan & uaiuorma uauroaa company
will be held at the ofllce of the company, 205
Washington street. In the City of Portland.
County of Multnomah, State of Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 0th day of April, 1901, at tho
hour of 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
electing' directors for the ensuing- year and
the transaction of such other business as
may legally come before the meeting.
GEORGE H. ANDREWS. Secretary.
Portland. Or., March 9. 1001.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this date I will nbt be responsible
for any debts or contracts entered Into by
any person or persona In connection with the
management or working of the fish" oil" and
guano bufincss-cflrtled on at Blnlne. W-ibh..
and Astoria,. Or., under the name ot T. H.
Wymonde, unless such debts or contracts are
authorised In wrltlhg by myself or my
agents, Messrs. W. A. Ward, of Victoria. B.
C, or Messrs. W. Ai Anderson &. Company;
Limited, of Vancouver. B. C. Dated this
25th day ot January. 1001. George De La
Poor Beresford. By Davis, Marshall & Mac
nelll. his Solicitors.1
BRITISH SS. MONMOUTHSHIRE. CAPTAIN
Kennedy, from" Hbng Kong andV Kobe, will
commenco dlndhargilng at Alaska Dock on
Friday, April 5. 1901. Consignees will please
call at the ofllce of .the undersigned, pay
freight and' receive tKelr orders. AH mer
chandise when1" landed upon the dock will bo
at the risk of thcr owners' thereof, without
regard to weather and If- not removed be
fore 5 o'clock P, M. of each day vvljl be
stored or left on the ddck at th$ risk and
expense of "the owner. Taylor, Young &:Ci).,
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE -Existing
between S; Macartney and H. von
Drathen, having been dissolved, S. Macart
ney succedlhg to the business, will pay all '
legal debts-abalnst-sald firm, and to whom
all debts due the firm must be paid: S. Ma
cartney. Portland. April C, 1901. v
LOST AND FOUND.'
LOST BLACK CLOTH SACK. CONTAINING
parcels and purse of money and receipts. Ad
dress Mrs, I. M. Hedge. Gresham R- F. D.
No. 1. who will call and pay expenses and
LOST FROM RACETRACK; SELLWOOD,
one white Rnd lemon colored pointer dog. Ro
turn to same and receive rfcward.
LOST-AN EASTERN- STAR PIN-. REWARD
if returned to corset department of Olds,
Wortman & King.
FOR SALE A 30-ROOM HOTEL, IN GOOD
logging- town; has all modern conveniences;
furnished throughout with hardwood furni
ture; price $4000, ,half down, balance on five '
nnr tlmn' m- will rtvA 1A rny tint rfT TA
cash.' Address A. F. DIpman, Shclton, Matron
OPENINGS IN GROCERY LINEr-ON- MAIN
thoroughfare, good cash trade, $2000 to $3000;
old-ChtabllBhbd standi In all parts of city,
from $8CO to $5000. The Ames Mercantile
Agency, 205 Abington building.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. A NEW BRICK
building, well situated, renting at $180 per
month; a first-class Investment for any one
wishing to Invest. Box 2S4, Roseburg, Or.
FOR SALE ROOMING-HOUSE, NICELY
furnished; filled with guests';- central; a bar
gain. Room 302, Commercial building; Sec
ond and Washington.
FIRTi-CLASS BOARDING AND LODGING
house, centrally located, offered at1 a- sacri
fice price must be sold a once.-" Call 203
FOR, SALE lU'-KOOM BOARDING AND
lbomlnghoustf; full of boarders; live blocks
from, poslotllce; price $050. H 21, care Oregonlan.
LODGING-HOUSES; Candy burners, halt In
terest In emrloj menr ffrtice; and o her ex.el
lent buslncfoJ chances. Call. 14U 1st. room L
$1500 WILL SELL ENTIRE INTEREST;
splehdld basin si; or take pattner: wholesale
and manufacturing B 2:, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE MANUFACTURING PLANT;
small capital needed; eure wlnflerj can work
up to large bUblnea. L 27 Orcgdhlan.
GOOD LIVERY STABLE. HORSES, VE
hlcletf, etc.. or sale, or exchanger for sUo
urban property. 28. car-Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 17,000- SHAKES" OF HELENA
Mining Co. stock; Apply to-L. Y. Ready &
Co.. 110 Shorlock building.
FOR SALE CO-room TIodglng-hoUse; good busi
ness; might trade. McPhersdtt GlIrrnTrf Hotel.
FOR SALE My milling, feed, commission and
grocery business; cheap. O. R. Addltort. city.
Sale $2000 groceries; $iftOO dry goods; shoe;
good location: cheap rents. Box 3221. city.
GOOD-PXYrfnj" LODGING-HOUSE: CEN
tral:snat. 1-Jdfe. First, rootri 1.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR
women has rio equal. 417 Marquam building
Gro. T. Murtoa. "307 Cham, of Corn. Phone
Brown 45(1. Accounts examined, books'" kept.
AsimTem and Adul-stt7
J. H. FISK, MINERAL ASSAiTER AND
chemist4, gold dust bought, 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALTTST,
gold dust bought. 2234 Stark! st.
JOHN T. WHALLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Benson bioqk; Morrison and Fifth.
J. IC GILL & CO, WHOLESALE AND REi
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-135 3d st.
Carpenters rtrtd Builders.
Geo. W- Gordon, counters, office fixtures, fly
screens. Third and Salmon. Tel. Black 1902.
Chirn'pndlxtH and Mnnlenriiipr.
WM. DEVENEY & ESTELLE DBVENY. THE
only scientific chlropodlets. parlors 301 Allsky
bids.. 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone GraSnt 10.
Miss Dart, manicuring, room 30 Union block.
lst-Stai k. 9 A-. M. to a P. Ml Tat gr0nC544.
Mme. Dr. Herzog, from Berirn, scientific rn
vealerr tells entire life. past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nolhlngr ex
cepted; names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake Impossible; Imports . genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 363 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith" coals. Also- founilry coke.
Frcht St., near G-lts.in. Ore. teL Red 1760.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hlds, pelts, fur., wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front St.. near Main. Port
land. Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG Si CO.. SHIP BROKEHS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg..
ALLEN & LEWU5, COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts. Portland. Or.
METAL SKYLIGHTS; GALVANIZED IRON
cornice". J. C. Bayer, 263 Second st.
DR. A. F. POLEY. DENTIST. HAMILTON
building. Third st. Phone Red 2843.
Dyeing and Clenninfr.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th, cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
J. HUNTER, STEAM CARPET CLEANING.
550 Jefferson.- Telephone Main 214.
Western Electric Workup housj wiring, bell
work, repnlr-s, motors, dynamos. 305 Wash.
Fciice'n-rfd Wire- Worli-w
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works- A Carlson, 2S9 East MorrlsOn st.
Furniture, turning xnouldtns. wood, work a
specialty. Ca'.of & Goldenberg. 311 Front.
HhIrDrc-.Inp;- nmd MnniCTrrihj-?.
PARIS HAIR STORE, 308" WASH. ST., UP-to-da,te
hairdressers?, wigs and taupees for
Indies and cents; switches from $f up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 STH. SWITCHES
a specialty. Halrdressfng. manicuring.
IlnrrieK nn'd Saddles.
THE HREYMAN" LEATHER CO., WHOLE
sale saddle and, harness manufacturers, saddlery-
hardware, flftdftigs and shoe store sup
plies; leather of all kind. 73 Front ett
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harfies-i manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
CHARLES" L MASTICK1 &' CO. (INC.). 75
Front street. Portland Cash buyers of hides,
pelts and tallow'.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hjdrcpathic Institute, pied
mont, Portland. Or,; rheumatism and kindred
diseases succe.'isfully treated; best refe'rnces;
HAMBURG-BREMEN FRE INS'. CO.. 102
Flrs-l'st. Boyd & Arnold, General Agent.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber, etc.
L. Shank & Co.. 312 Fr6nt. Phone Soirm 901.
Electric Laundry Co.. laundry" 303 Madison;
ofllce 126 5th. Ter. Col. 700. Or, Grant 431.
Stenm boilers, engines, pumps, engineers' sup
plies; highest grad lowest prices. Send for
catalogue, Charles Gauld. 44-40 First st.
Mannlnrtiirer otf Lndicn'' Goods.
OUR COMPLETE LINE" OF SUMMER FUR
nlhtngs will astonish ypu. Wo are leaden in
ladles' wear. Sing Chong & Co.. 333 Morrison.
aia-rhle and Granite-" Work.
MARBLE? AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See us. and" save money.
Weeks, 720 Front.
PORTLAND' MARBLE:"WORKS: marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 268 1st.
THE SNOWD'EST BATHROOMS; TUB AND
vapor baths, massage;' electricity. 13i 4th
st. Phone Red 421.
LADY GIVES THE LATEST SCIENTD7IC
massage treatments'. Parlor C Tho Cosmos;
268 Morrison at.
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
clallst. has opened up-his offle ac 34T Front,
and. will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines' for all kinds of chronic diseases.
THE MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS,
with Its' aks"ay ofHcer and chemical labora
tory. have1 moved from 02 to 100 First st.,
Ottumw'a mining- hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc. Thtum & Bowen. 29-33 First- sr.
Lesson"50c; piano, guitar; bnnjo. mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale, MrsfJ Martin, 104-lst
NURSERY SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE TEN
derly cared- for, by the day. irfdnth or year;
conducted by st refined Christian lady. At
461 West Park.
Oregon Vin-vi Co.
LEWIS" BLDG.. PARK AMD MORRISON STS.
Send for Health Book; Consultation free.
Stbrnjse arid -Trnmifcr.
IC. O PICK, ontce SS First, bet. Stark and
Oak; phones 5)0. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed tor shipping, commodious Urn
proof brick wareljou'te. Front and Clay sts
T J. GElSLDR. S14-S1S CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents seeured, etc
DBS. L. B. SMITH & SON. OREGON'S Pio
neer osieopatns. suite -ua uregonian Dunn
ing. Examination free Phone pak 421. Lit
erature sent on application.
I Dr. R. B. .Northrup. specialist In nervous, and
cnror.it diseases, suite -u Denum Drag., ,su
and Wash. Examinations tree Tjl. Main :uir.
Special attention- given- to. the prosMUtion of
pension claims. J. L. Wells. 100 Grand ave.
Portland Riding Clnbi.
LTVERY AND BOAltDING; LADIES" AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 334 Jeirarson.
SAFES. JAILS, BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES. ,
both new and second-TUnd. Lockouts opened
and general Tepatrrf. J. E. Davlsv 60 Third.
Larsen. the palmist and occult student, gives, a--complete
scientific reading, of all leading;
events In life, for gain or load. Readings
one price. 50 cents. 216 Alliky bhlMIng
Miss A- M. Stevenson, scientific palmtat arid
psychic, reads -past, present, future. 309 1st.
FhyMleianH' nnil Snra;eon(.'
DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 15
years' experience In diseases of women; latest-Improved
method In the treatment of alt
female troubles; patfents treated successfully
by mall. Ofllce 181 First st.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diagnosis-
fre-e. 317-518 The Dekum. Portland. OK
DIt, JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KTD
ney ana skin diseases. Odd Fellows Temple.
School of PycholoKy.
School of mental science, psychology, psychra
tlsm and- magnetic healing. Qfilco treatment.
Mrs. C. J. Maple. 211 Second, room 13.
Sliovrcai-tes-'n-nd Store Fixture.
Br- LUTKE & QO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON".
Borgesoh & Co.. Front and Washington sts.
Tents anil AvrnlhKM.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS,
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1501.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rails low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Mala 777; Columbia 676.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN" BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 Nbrth Front.
Tlnnlnfc; and Roofing;.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE Re
pairing. Schulze Bros., '103 Grand ave.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRV0L
ant and psychic life reader; consult her on
bu.lne-s affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; readings dally; 50d and,
up. 167 First st.. office 7 Consult the best.
MME. ADWARD. THE SPIRITUALIST ME,
dlum. gles truthful advice on business, law
suits, love and matrimony; speedy marriage
to the one of your choice. Manhattan Court,
parlor 203. 311 Stark st.
Mrs. Stevens, business medium and Inspira
tional writer. 221 Morrison st.. room! 22.
MRS. B. REYNOLDS, MEDIUM, 32ft WASR
lngton at. S. W. cor. Sixth, room 7.
New Turkish bath parlors; modern applloances.
Gents only. 525 Chamber Com.. J. F. King.
Turkish baths; new management; open all
night. No charge for bed3. OregonJah bWg
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS; HOURS
Ladle 9 to .-:; gentlemen 3 30 to 9.
ALLEN LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
cor. N, Front and Davis sts.. Portland, or.
SAVINGS BANK v
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agsney business transacta-J.
BBNJ. I.COHEN Preslden);
H. L. riTTUCIC. A. S. NICHOLS... .Vtee-Prea.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA...SeBretarles
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, ORv
Designated Depository and Financial Agfint ofi
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vldo-Presldnt .....A. L. MILLS
Cashier.... a. E, WITHINGTONT
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRIs
Second Assistant Cashier W C. ALVORD
Lettsrs of credit issued available In Europfl
and thoEaatorn States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sola
on New York. Boeton. Chicago. St. Louis, St.
Paal. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to sulta
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Main.
HOng Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen,
Chrbtlania. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurion. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a General Banklntr Buslneaer.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections mada at all points on favorably
terms. Letters of credit Issued available la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchah-je and Telegraphic Transfers
sbld on New York, Washington. Chicago. St
Louts, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon, Washington. Idaho, Mon
tana and BrltlBh Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Parts. Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Konar-
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $8,230,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CA3HIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking' Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters ot Credit issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J, FRANK WATSON PresldenS
7t L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cash et
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued,, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up ...$fl.000.0Oft
Reserve .... 2-.000.00-5
Transacts a General Banking' Business
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards,
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ance. Rates on application!.
244" WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Cliumber of Commerco building. Third and
Hen&r Office. 71 Lombard street. London:
Thla back transacts a general banking' busi
ness, make? loans, discounts bltlrt and Usuns
lrttters of credit avallablo for traveters and the
purchase of merchandise In any ,clty of the
world. Deals In foreign and domestle- ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposits.
W A. MACRAE. Mannger
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAlC STS".,
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T MORGAN ......Vice-President
R. W. PC1TMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposits'
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE1 IT-TITED STATES NATIQNAD. BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business
Drafts Issbed available in all ettles- of tho
United States and Eurooe.
President ,,,. TYLER WtSODWAT)
F. C. MILLER