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THE MOKNTKO nW:ovT n x- FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1901.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. April 25. S P. iL Maximum
temperature, 54; minimum temperature, 3S;
river reading at U A. K., B.6 feet; change la
the past 24 hours, 0.4 foot; total preeiplta
tiom DP. M.to 5 P. M.. 0.11 Inch; total pre
cipitation since Sept. 1, 1900, 38.10 Inches;
jjormal precipitation since Sept. 1, 1900, 4L01
inches; deficiency, 2.91 Inches; total sunshine
April 24. 11:24; possible sunshine April 24,
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
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Kamloops, B. C.....
ieah Bay ...........
Light ' showers have occurred In Oregon,
Southwestern Idaho and extreme Northwestern
California, and the weather continues cloudy
and threatening In all sections oast of the
Cascade Mountains. It la much cooler In Ore
gon, Idaho and Southeastern Washington, and
the temperatures in this district are from 5 to
10 degrees below normal. The Indications are
for fair and continued cool weather in the
North Pacific States, except In Southern Idaho,
where showers are probable. There will be
frost early Friday morning in Oregon, "Wash
ington and Northern and "Western Idaho.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28 hours
ending at midnight Friday, April 20:
Portland and vicinity Fair, with slowly ris
ing temperature; northerly winds.
"Western Oregon and "Western "Washington
Fair, with frosts in early morning; warmer
during the afternoon and night; northerly
Eastern Oregon, Eastern "Washington and
Northern Idaho Fair, -with frost In the early
morning, followed by warmer during the after
noon and night; westerly winds.
Southern Idaho Showers and cooler In the
east, fair in the west portion, with frosts or
freezing temperatures in the early morning;
MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEILIG, Mgr.
Thurfcday, Friday, Saturday, April 25. 20. 27.
Only Matinee baturaay at 2 o'clock.
Notable engagement ot America's Distinguished
Appealing as Josephine in the Imperial Spec
tacle, "MORE THAN QUEEN."
Prices Matinee and eening: Lower floor,
except last 3 rows, $1.50; last 3 rows, $1.
Balcony, first 3 rows, $1; second 3 rows, 75c;
last 0 rows, 50c Gallery, 25c Boxes and
loges, $10. Seats now selling.
TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT THIS
WITH USUAL MATINEE SATURDAY,
HEADED BY CROSBY AND FORMAN.
SAME AS YOU SEE IT IN NEW YORK.
Two -weeks' engagement FLORENCE ROB
ERTS and the Alcazar Stock Company (of San
Francisco). First week, beginning Sunday,
April 28. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednes
day. Thursday nights and Saturday Matinee,
xne greatest oi ail dramas,
Friday and Saturday nights, the only true
Usual prices. Second week "Carmen, "A
Suit of Sable," "Camllle."
CLARENCE H. JONES. Manager
Portland's Down-Town Theater, Third and
"Tamhlll. Rhone Grant 74L ...
Tonight at 8 o'clock" and all week (Saturday
matinee), Horace Ewing. In the great
As Played by Mr. Ewing over 1000 times.
Supported by a specially selected company.
A happy blending of farce, music and vaude
PRICES NEVER CHANGE.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
HADLEY AND HEART.
Musical Experts and Bell Ringers.
ARNELDO, the Unrivalled Hand. Performer.
The only man in the world who can perform
his feats. They are unri'alled.
PROF. HUNTS DOG PARADOX.
Best troupe of canines In America. Assisted
by McGinty. the famous monkey, with a
university education. Walt for them.
May Nealson, Leondor. Hattle Ward, Lucille
Cromwell, Lenore Portland favorites.
ATJCTIOX SALES TODAY.
At grocery, cor. East 12th and Stark sts., at
10 A M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At Gilman's auction rooms. 411 Washington
St.. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. N. Gllman, auc
tioneer. MEETING NOTICES.
MYRTLE CHAPTER, NO. 15, O.
E. S. Regular communication this
(Friday) evening, in Masonic Tem
ple, at 7:30 o'clock. Work. By or
der W. M.
JENNIE H. PETERSON. Sec.
COWING In this city, April 25. 1001, Leslie
Hobart, beloed husband of Frances J. Cow
ing, late of Oregon City, ajed 20 years and
10 months; brother of Mrs. F. De Parcq, of
760 Irving st. Notice of funeral hereafter.
FUA'BR Air 2VOTIOES.
PRICE In this cKy. April 25. 1001, at St.
v .iiuuin. t xiospnai, sura. ts. frice, agca -id
years. The funeral will take place from Hol
man's undertaking parlors today. 12:30 P. Ml
McJQNSTRY The funeral of Mrs. Lavina
Wood McKlnstry will take place frbm resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Louns
bury. 423 Seventh St., at 2 P. M. today.
Mccracken in this city, April 24, 1001.
Jean Elizabeth McCracken, aged 1 jear, 5
months, 2 days. Funeral today from the res
idence. 586 Gantenbein ave., at 1 P. M.
Friends Invited. Interment at PJveniew
FLAHERTY At St. Vincent's Hospital, April
25, 1901, James O. Flaherty, aged 25 years.
Funeral Saturday. April 27. at St. Francis'
Church at9 AH. Fidelity Lodge, No. 4. A.
O. "U. W is cordially invited to attend in a
body, of which he was a member. Interment
at St. Mary's cemetery.
EDWARD HOLMAX, Undertaker, 4th
and TathMII ts. Rent Stlnson. lady
assistant. Both phones No. 507.
FInIey,KlmhalIfc Co., Undertakers.
Lady assistant. 27C Third mt. TeL O.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaster & Blrrell. 311 Wc-rcester blk.
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For loans on most favorable terms. Municipal
nnd school bonds purchased. W. J.L Fear,
Chamber of Commerce.
Ash Logs Wanted !
The Western Boat Oar Co. axe open for busi
ness. Oregon ash, spruce and fir logs wanted.
Cor. East Water and East Clay sts., Portland,
Bankrupt Auction Sale!
Ladles, attention' $5000 stock of tailor-made
suits, dress skirts, underskirts, shirt waists,
wrappers, muslin underwear, piece goods, fix
tures, tewing machines, etc., Saturday, April
27. at 2.30 and 7.30 P. M.. at Gross, "Weltzen
& Llppmans factory, cor. First and Salmon
etreets. J. t. WILSON, Auctioneer.
BUTTER We can save you money on but
ter. Full-weight creamery, 4Qc; sweet dalrv,
30c. Received this day a large shipment of
Eastern hams, at 12c lb. 10-lb. can of puro
lard. ?1.10. Vegetables and fruits. Asparagus,
Be lb.; green peas. Gc lb; big navel oranges,
25c; lemons, 15c. We can save 'you money.
Oregon Cash Grocery
232 North 14th.
SHERIFF'S SALE AT HILLSBORO, M0N
day. April 29. 1001, at 10 A. M.. or that val
uable property. 040 acres, within 4 miles of
Beaverton, but 10 miles from Portland,
known aa the Sexton donation claim; 80 acres
under plow, comfortable house, good barA:
good land; not less than CO, ppsslbly 100,000
cords of green wood on the place. This- Is
worthy the attention of Investors or any per
aon with means. See H. W. Hogue, Attor
ney, Sherlock building.
FOR SALE Al 0 PER CENT $1600 MORT
gage; Interest payable quarterly. J. D.
"WellB, 100 Grand are.
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
On East 10th t.
Between Main and Madison.
Must be sold this week.
Lot faces Hawthorne Park.
The finest Inside
R. L. CATE,
310 Chamber of Commerce.
Phone Oak 1000.
FINEST LOTS IN IRVINGTON 11TH ST..
$495; 13th. $555; both lots near Tillamook;
sightly lot. Tillamook st. near 10th. $090. See
owner 020 Marquam block. Phone Grant 021.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
.erty, business chances, etc See us beforo
buying. -Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Office, 220 Morrison, room 10.
A SNAP A FINE, MODERN 5-ROOM AT
tlc and basement cottage; four blocks from
Hotel Portland; $3000. David S. Steam.
240 Washington. '
FOR SALE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE
properties in all parts of the city, cheap and
on easy terms. B. Goldsmith, Ablngton
$1100 LARGE "LOT. WITH GOOD 6 - ROOM
house; on car line; street Improved; plenty
fruit and shrubbery. 327 Chamber Com
merce. A SNAP ?25 ACRE; A CHOICE 80 - ACRE
tract; about 25 acres cleared. Inquire of
owner, L. Rosenblatt. Third and Morrison.
7-ROOM HOUSE. 585 FIFTH ST.; ELECTRIC
light, bath and every convenience; on easy
terms.. A. Balmanno, 03 First at.
A BEAUTEFUL COUNTRY HOME. CLOSE TO
car line and P. O.. schools. Inquire of Nick
um A- Kelley, foot of Jefferson st.
QUARTER BLOCK, WITH GOOD HOUSE,
east of SunnysJde; a bargain; no agents. Y
4, care Oregonlan.
$1500 SNAP; NEAR CAR; 7 ROOMS. FULL
lot, improved street; terms easy. 012 Com
LOT 1C. BLOCK 38. ALBINA; FINE VIEW;
must sell; make offer. G. Russell, 347 Tay
lor. 100x100. ON WEST PARK ST.. AT A BAR
galn. David S. Stearns, 240 Washington st.
Choice Yi block, 7-room house; nice home; rea
sonable; Holladay's Add. U 17. Oregonlan.
for, sale farms.
FARM FOR SALE. CONSISTING OF SOME
2000 acres of grain, fruit and. grazing land;
well watered; two miles -from railway sta
tion, Jackson County, Oregon; on favorable
terms. B. -Goldsmith, Ablngton building.
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.
FOR SALE FARMS NEAR OREGON CITY
and Portland: also In Tualatin Valley; good
farming land, cut up to suit purchasers.
Apply Tho Oregon Iron & Steel Co., 330 Sher
SHEEP RANCH FOR SALE SOME 1000
acres in Umatilla County; hns water on It;
very cheap. B. Goldsmith. Ablngton bids.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE TWO GOOD FARMS FOR THE
price of one. One s 0 miles west of Salem,
in Polk County: contains ,.120" acres, good
soil, ibest.of spring water; convenient to R.
R,. school and church. The other is 0 miles
east of Oregon City; contains 57J acres,
some timber, fine soil, new barn and good
house, young orchard: near P. O., mills,
school and creamery- ?1000 for both. N". F.
Nelson. Oregfcn City. Or.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 80 ACRES, WITH BEARING
orchard; all cleared; gQOd house and barn;
three miles southwest from city; cash rent:
only to responsible parties. B. Goldsmith,
HIGH-GRADE OIL STOCK IN BEST CAL
lfornla companies for real estate, city qr
country: lnestlgate. Room 012 Commercial
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. IN LARGE OR
small tracts. For particulars Inquire box 6,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SO H.-P. FIRE-BOX BOILER AND F1T
tlngs, complete; good condition; guaranteed
150 pounds cold-water pressure; boiler In
Portland. Apply to A F. FIcgel, room 44
McKay building, Portland. Or.
FOB, SALE GRAPHOPHONES YOU ARE
inilted to inspect the latest and best talking
machine. Columbia Phonograph Co., "04
Goodnough Xulldlng, cor. Fifth and Yamhill
FINE, NEARLY" NEW MAHOGANY KIM
ball piano for sale; will take good horse and
buggy in trade. Inquire before t) A. M. or
today at 4SC Market st.
FOR SALE SWELL TWO-WHEEL GIG;
rubber tires, lamp, etc.; with gooo. harness;
cost $101, sell, if at once, for $125, complete.
E 5, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OLYMPIA MUSIC BOX! OVER
30 tun.es: can be used as flot box or not;
solid mahogany box; cost ?00, sell for $40.
C 5. care Oregonlan.
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 st.
Phones Oregon South 651; Columbia 83.
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc Coast Agency Co.. 20G Stark st.
FOR SALE COMPLETE MARKET Fix
tures, Including line refrigerator. 709 Cham
ber of Commerce building.
FOR SALE CHEAP; EDISON HOME PHON
ograph. SO records, boxes, holder stand. Ad
dress W 4, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A SLNGLE HARNESS AND
wagon. At 1450 Grand ave., Woodlawn,
Chas. J. Peterson.
FOR BEST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS BAKERY"; CHEAP
for cash. If sold at once. Address J 5, care
SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, ALL MAKES,
In good repair, $5 up. 120 First, near Wash.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. SI EACH. GUAHAN
teed. Uncle Myers, 143 3d st,. near Alder.
STANDARD-MAKE PIANO for sale or rent;
good as new; a bargain. W 0, Oregonlan.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS, 25
work horses. 211 Washington, 304 Front.
FOR SALE UPRIGHT WEBER PIANO,
good as new. Plympton. 201V& Morrison.
FOR SALE TWO FINE YELLOW CANAR
les, singers. Room 7, 133 First st.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water st.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE,
quire at 381 East Pine st.
HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE FANCY OAK
and mahogany upright pianos that we are
now selling for $205 cash or on reasonable
time? Send for catalogue. At Ellers Piano
House. 351 Washington st.
HELP W ANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN. BY
wholesale house; experience unnecessary;
salary. 820 Chamber of Commerce.
HELP IVANTKD MALE.
300 MEN AND BOYS, THIN BEETS. ?1 AND
$1.25, board; hook-tenders,. $3. and X4; faller,
$2.50; bucker, S2.50; barker. $2.25; planer
feeders, $1.75; lumber graders. $1.75: mill
and yard men, $1.75; woodchoppeMr fl.lOl
teams, city, $4; carpenters, city, $2.50 up;
man and wife, ranch. E. O.. ?45 to ?50; 14
farm hands and milkers, $25; other places.
Canadian Agency, 220& Morrison, Loggers'
WANTED TOUNG MAN. ABOUT 20 TEARS
of age, for office work; must have experience,
good handwriting, and be quick at figures;
state age, experience, references and lowest
salary to commence. P 0, Oregonlan.
BARBHR-A 'GOOD,FIRST-CDASS BARBER
can have a steady job, guarantee $10 a week,
but must be a' first-class, wbrkmari attd
steady. Address Q 3, care Oregonlan.
BARBERS ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
dollars .will buy one of the best-paying bdr
ber shops In this state. Call at Lewis &
Stenger'a Barbers' Supply House.
WANTED-yAGENTS.TO SELL LIFE INSUB
ance costing only $1 per month for the New
York Mutual Reserve. M. T. Kady, 605 Ore
SALESMEN, TO SELL OUR LUBICRATING
oijs and greases on very liberal terms. Write
for particulars. Noble Banning Co., Cleve
BE YOUR OWN BOSS.- WE'LL START YOU
In newspaper business; experience unneces
sary. Commoner, Portland, Or. ' "
FIRST-CLASS MACHINIST, FOR WORK
, outside of city; give age and references.
Address R , care Oregonlan.
GOOD. RELIABLE BOY, ABOUT IB YEARS
old. Apply at the Great Eastern Tea Co.,
WANTED FIRST-CLASS STICKER MAN.
Write Whitehouse. Crlmmlns A Co., Walla
Walla. Wash. .
BOY WANTED. AT PORTLAND MANUAL
Training School, Exposition building.
WANTED GOOD' CONCRETE FINISHERS,
at new Custom-HoUBe. Call early.
A OpOD BARBER WANTED AT 403 GLI
san st.. Pcrtlitndi Or.
BOYS WANTED. 102 FIRST.
HELP 'WANTED FEMALE.
CAMP COOK; HOTEL COOKS, COUNTRY;
waitresse, hotels, B.-H. and restaurants;
chambermaids; sqcond girls; housekeopers,
country; sewing; upstairs work; dishwashers;
housework, Beaverton, Hood River, other
places and your choice in city. Canadian
Parlors, 220 Morrison.
Wanted a good girl for general
housework in a email family; good location;
everything handy: references desired. Call
at 235 Stout st., cor. Main.
GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; MUST UN
derstand care of children; good home to re
liable girl. Call after 0 A M., 481 Alder, be
tween 11th and 12th.
WANTED 50 WOMEN AND GIRLS; GOOD
Mtuatlons of all kinds; city and country. St.
Louis Employment Office, 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2881.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HQUSDWORK AND
cooking; good wages to experienced person;
reference required. 341 12th st., cor. Mar
ket. GOOD TAILORESSES WANTED: MUST
make buttonholes. Room 5, oVer Ben Sell
ing's, Fourth and Morrison.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good coot 427 Washington
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
light housework. Apply 200 North 113th st.
Accordion plaiting; Kellogg's School of Dress
making. 34 Lewis bldg. Tel. Black 1825.
ACME EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 245 MOR
rlson. Help free to emploicrs. Phones.
WANTED GOOD COOK, HOUSEKEEPER.
At 280 13th st. Good wages.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL HOUSE
work. 810 Lovejoy st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 770 Overton st.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALEi
YOUNG MAN. WITH SEVERAL MONTHS'
experience In drug business, wquld like per
manent position; good references.' F 5, care
BY A RELIABLE MAN, WITH GOOD
business experience and references; Just from
the East. Address W. J. Baldwin, box 718,
FIRST-OLASS BOOKKEEPER, 30 YEARS'
experience, desires situation; no objection to
country. Address W 2, care Oregonlan.,
BY YOUNG MAN. BOOKKEEPER AND
clerk, city or country: best references. Ad
dress N 2, care Oregonlan.
HONEST JAPANESE BOY WANTS PLACE,
day work, housework or cooking. Yamasakl,
53 North Fourth st.
A GOOD GERMAN-AMERICAN GEN'TLE
man store clerk wants a position. D 5, care
Japanese Laborers Ass'n, contractor, fnrm
crs. house servants furnished. 20b',4 Everett.
SITUATIONS WANTED FE3IALE.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: 10 COMPETENT
housekeepers, nurses, chambermaids, cooks
and housework girls. St. Louis Employment
Office, 230 Yamhill st. Phone Black 2881.
SITUATION WANTED BY RESPECTABLE
girl, to assist in general housework. Address
Y. 0, care Oregonlan. v t
WANTED TO. RENT.
WANTED A FURNISHED ROOM, FOR
gentleman, with privilege of bath; South
Portland preferred. Address P. O. box 870.
WANTED BY RELIABLE PARTY. S Oil 6
room cottage: must be centrally located. AJ
IreEB. stating price. F W. care Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE OR FOUR UNFUR
nlshed rooms, for housekeeping; private fam
ily preferred. Address B 3, care Oregonlan,
WANTED BY MAY 1; THREE FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; In private family pre
ferred. O 1, care Oregonlan.
WANTED OFFICE OR
for employment agency.
Ian, Union Hotel.
Address B. F. Han-
WANTED 0-ROOM HOUSE. WITHIN 15
blocks from P. O. Address G 5. Oregonlan.
LAWYER. 15 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
nisi prius and Supreme Courts, desires sal
aried position with legal Arm; ample refer
ences as to compt-tency, character and hab
its; Is neither stenographer nor typewriter.
Address X 37, care Oregonlan.
FOR CEMENT AND CONCRETE SIDE
walk building, and all cement work; esti
mates furnished, and all work warranted;
references given if required; terms reason
able. Call or address J. M. Fry, 251-255
WANTED TO PURCHASE GOOD HORSE,
suitable for laundry wagon; must be sound,
gentle and reliable. R. E. Menefee & Co.,
123 Russell St., city.
CASH PAID FOR LAND SCRIPT IN
amounts of 20 acres to 100; state amount,
kind and price. Address J. W. Turner, Sun
WE PAY SPOT CASH for pianos, furniture,
carpets, etc.. any amount. Geo. Baker A
Co., auctioneers, corner Alder and Park,
HIGHEST PRICES PAH? FOR MEN'S CAST
off clothing, and shoes. 62 North 3d. Phono
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
WILL GIVE GOOD TRADE, SOME MONEY,
for lady's, gent's or girl's bicycle; also kodak
and shotgun. Telephone North 1401.
WANTED-TO BORROW ?300 FOR THREE
years on good security. Address N 1, care
WANTED LOAN OF f250 FOR ONE "YEAR;
good security and good interest. R 5, bre
gonlan. Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc. Kutner &
Co., 32 N. Third. Oregon phone Clay 03fi.
NEWLY FURNISHED ALCOVE ROOM,
with use of bath; private family. Inquire
500 Dekum building.
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT BAY-WIN-dow
room; gas, bath and telephone. 188 Sev
enth st. ,
100 10TH ST.. NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
Nicely furnished rooms; modern convenlencesr
THE SPALtJINOi S. E. COR, PARK" AND
Alder st&i under the management of the
owner, Helen F, Spalding The most complete
npartmeht-houso fit the Nbfthwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S TUNIOK: ,I3H YEAR;
rooms, with board; enameled batn tups; use
of library: Woman's Exchange! Industrial
school. Address Mrs. G. Es George; Superin
tendent. 510 Flanders st.
THE PLEASANTON, 288 THIRD BT.-FlND
furnished foomB, ten -sutio, singles or house
keeping! sunlight fh all looms; bath Included
Most reasonable terms. TranslentsolicIted,
c : :
AN ELEGANT SUITE'OF PARLORS, WltfH"
or -without, privilege of light housekeeping:
every convenience; no objection to one child;
jtefetetfeefj. 375. Taylor, cot. Vesi.Pafk.
THE NEWCASTLE, 8. E, COR. 'THfRb AND"
Harrison taRoomsk .furnished or unfur
hlshed; all modern ..conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, FIRST-MORRtSON
Housekeeping, housekeeping, reasonable. Cen
tral) private; furftithed house, for dale of rent.
300H 1st ST.. NEW ROUSE, BRIGHTEST.,
most attractive In city; carpels and rtirtm
tuns new; few unturriiahed. Mrs. S. Carson.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor, Yamhill First
class, clean, heat rooms, $1.25 pet week up;
transient) 25 o day up; transient solicited.
THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED. ROOMS!
central; nice neighborhood; reasonable; no
children. Address B 5, care Oregonlan.
THE ROYAL, 108tf FOURTH ST., NEAR
Washington Centrally located; nicely fur
ntshed rooms; transients.'
THREE ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlshed, in private family, with uso of bath
and phone 414 Everett.
MANHATTAN COURTr NEW BRICK BUILD
lng, steam heat, new furniture. The leading
house. 311 Stark sti
Rooms With Board.
SUNNY SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH BOARD,
first-floor front; gas, steam heat, phone, hot,
cold water, bath, bell service; j-ent not high.
The Waldorf, 147 13th. New management.
H. T. Brown, prop. ,
THE WALDORF. 147 13TH A FIRST-CLASS
rooming and boarding-house; rooms single ojr
en suite; modern Improvement: table unex
celled: terms to suit. M. TBrown, prop.,
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, 'SINGLE OR EN
suite; modem conveniences; usa of piano.
105 14,th. References.
THE COLONIAL. 105 10TH ST. DES1RA
ble suite; also large room, eecond-floor front,
with board. ,
LARGE. AIRY FRONf ROOMS; BEAUTI
ful location; home coiklng. 50JV Yamhill St.
Pleasant rooms, steam heat, with hot and cold
water; fhst class boaid. 533 Morrison.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT .
r-hone, can and bath., 215 12th st.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE; HOT AND
cold water; with board. 225 11th st.
TWO PLEASANT UNFURNISHED HOUSE
kecplng rooms; hot water, bath.j4ihone; rea
sonable; or will furnish. 3 Park.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.' FOR HOUSE
Ueeplng; also laigfc front room, 'suitable for
two gentlemen. 127 11th st.
DOUBLE, PARLORS. NICELY" FURNISHED,
for housekeeping: private family; phone,
bath; central.' -00 Sevanth.- '1
FOUR OR FIVE UNFURNISHED ROOMS:
phone and bath; no children. 200 Grand
ave,, neni Holladay.
FOUR ROOMS FOR RENT. SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping, ana furniture for, sale. 403
THE OROVILLE. 22S4 WASHINGTON ST.
Front housekeeping rpptns; rent reasonable;
53 SIXTH. COR. MADISON FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; all conveniences; best
2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH CLOTHES
closet and bath; no children! 107 North 17th
street. -. t '
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rdoms. 204J Washington et.
AN ELEGANTLY" FURNISHED SUITE QF
housekeeping rooms. 489 Jefferson, ,
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ttOOMST
for housekeeping. 33F Couch st. - "
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
cheap. 452 Salmon st.
A DESIRABLE HOUSE IN HOLLADAY'S
Addition. Inquire 180 EastSeventh st. north!
$8.00 PER MONTH. 3-ROOM FLAT. PAN
try, woodshed, fieo water nnd telephone;
furnished for housekeeping; 034 Seventh St..
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM, COTTAGE, COM
plotely furnished, with or without pjano. In
quire after 0 P. M., 17u 17th at., cor. Yam
hill. i-ii.mmiKIj qottaoes, for huusk-
keeping. $8 per month nnd up. Telephone .1
Landlgan (Union 545). any time except P. M.
FOR RENT WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE;
nlco grounds; good location, near car; ref
erences. 401 12th st;
Sixth, corner Yamhill.
HOUSE. 173 E.
Houses or Rent Pnrnltnre for Snip.
FURNITURE OF A 0-ROOM HOUSE' FOR
Kile cheap fpr cash. 2S0 Salmon. Call after
10 A. M. .
FOR RENT FOUR-STORY AND BASEMENT
building, suitable for jabbing business; Front
and Ankeny tts. H. E. Noble, Commercial
STORE FOR RENT. CHEAP. ON WASH
lngton. between Fourth and Fifth; best lo
cation In city.
STORE FOR RENT NO. 302 MORRISON.
Ockley building. Inquire- No.' 020 Marquam
STORE, 28 NORTH SIXTH -ST. FGR RENT.
Apply at Arcade. Sixth and Couch.
FOR RENT - STORE, 352 MORRISON
Inquire room 17 Lewis building.
C. GEE WO,' CELEBRATED' CHINESE DOC
tor, successfully cures all chronic diseases 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 lor blank
and circular. v 132 Third at., Portland, Or.
30 WOMEN WANTED IRREGULAR, PALS
ful or stoppages, leUcorrhoea (whites) and all
diseases pertaining to change of lite, cuied
by old Dr. Keasler, 2.i0 lamhlll st., Port
land, Or. Private waiting-room for ladled.
Consultation free. Call or write. Inclose 10
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT: ALL SIZES
1 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.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC.. RE
moved with electric needle: permanent cure;
electric massage for wrinkles; 7" years' exp.
by lady qpirator; phvsJclans' references.
Parlors 15-10 Lewis bldg. Phone Brqwn 657.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment, $2; 3 months, ?5. Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agents, Wpodard & Clarke, Port
land, Or. '
DARLING SANITARIUM,. MT. TABOR; PRI
vate; women's diseases, confinements; coun
try cases solicited: terms moderate, "Ad. Dr.
Darling, Mngr., Cambridge bldg.. Portland.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably. fllle"d at Eyssell'a
Pharmacy. 27 Morrison st. bet. 1st and 2d.
PURE RED BLOOD GUARANTEED BY
taking Essell's Concentrated Extr. ot Snrai
parllla. 227 Morrison, bet. First and Second,
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and sfyle. 25cr 250 business cards, $1.
Brown & Schmale, 220 First, Portlnnd. Or.
HYPNOTISM ANY ONE CAN LEARN IT:
complete coursft sent by mall on receipt of
SI; no fake. P. O. Box 000, Portland.
SANITARY FEATHER" RENOVATOR makes
old feathers new. 348 lBt. Phone Hood 272.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THE
famous palmist, Mrs. Dreyfus, 211 1st st.
Uncle Henry, 43 N. Thlrot. cor. Couch, loans
money: bargains In unredeemed pledges.
MARRIED? If not. why not?' Matrimonial
paper, 10c. Lock-box 600. Portland, Or.
COUNTY COURT FOR MULTNOMAH COUN
ty,,Portland, Oregon Sealed bids for the fur
nishing and delivering Of lumber, paints, oils
and brushes, electrical supplies, nails, coal,
lanterns and fclohes, tools dfld waste, at
Burnslde-street bridge, Morrison-street bridge,
Madison-street Bride afid steel bridge, all In
such quantities, and to be delivered at the
soVefdl bridges fas rnay be required, as per
specifications now on file and to be seen at
thfe oftlCd of the Clerk' ol the County Court,
at tho Courthouse, in Portland. Oregon, will
be received tit th office of said Clerk until
10 o'clock A. M.. Wednesday.. May 8. 1001.
The successful bidder will be required to
promptly execute a formal contract, to .be
approved by tn District Attorney of this
county, and also to execute and deliver to
the Clerk at the County Court a $ood and
Bhmclent bond 1A double the amodnt of con?
tract price1 foir the faithful performance of
such contract. Alt bids, must be accom
panied by a certified check of the amount of
10 bef dent of the bid. Price, fitness and
quality being equal, horne products pr6
ferfedt ..The County Codft reserves the right
to reject any and all bids,
W. M. CAKE. .
Jr G. MACK.
. . , WM. SHOWERS.
County Commissioners for Multnomah
H. H. HOLMES. Clerk.
April 25. 1001.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING SEALED
proposals Will bo received by the undersigned
at the State Capitol on May 4, 1001, at 1
o'clock P. M., for certain improvements to
be made at tho state fair grounds at Salem,
Or. Plans and specifications can be" fcen az
tho orilce of W. D. Pugh, Salens. Or., and at
M. D. Wisdom's ofllo?, room 8 Hamilton
building, Portland, Or.
W. H. WEHRUNG,
J. H. SETTLEME1R,
SEALED BIIJS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
Mrs. D. C. McClallen. RCieburg. Or., until
May 7, for the erection of a three-story
brick hotel. Plans and specifications to bu
seen at the McCIallen Houss, Roseburg.
Right reserved to reject any and all blcH.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC
tors of The Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Co. notice Is hereby given that supplemen
tary astlcles of incorporation Of The Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Co. were on the 17th
day of April. lOol. filed In the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of Oregon and
in the office of thi County Clerk of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, and that in and by
said supplementary articles article III of
the articles of lncorpora.ion of said com
nanv which were filed In the ohlni nf shp
Secretary" of State of the State o Oregon on
July 10, 1800. was amended by Inserting
after the words "iSth. A llrtp from Elgin.
In the State of Oregon, towards or to Wal
lowa, In said state." In the first paragraph
of said article the following words, to.vlt:
"lath. A line from Fnlrheld, In the State
of Washington, to Waverly, in said slate.
20th. A line from Portland, In the State of
Oregon, to St. Johns, in iald ttate. 21st. A
line from a point near Wardner. In the
State of Idaho, to the Sierra Nevada Mine,
at or near the heau of Diadwdod Gulch, In
said state." W.-W. COTTON. Secretary.
ADMINISTRATION NOTICE-IN THE C0UN
ty Court of Multnomah County, State of Ore
gonIn the Matter of the- Estate of L. B.
Cox, Deceased Notice Is hereby .given that
the underslgmd has been duly nppolnud, by
order of the abave-cntltled court executor
of the last will of L. B. Cox, deceased. All
persona haying claims against the 'estate of
said deceased are hereby raqulred to pre
sent them, wMth the proper uu;hers. to the
undersigned, at ioom 4D2-40S Falling build
ing, Portland. Or., within six inontha from
the date ot this notice.
RICHARD T. COX,
Executor of the Last Will of L. B. Cox.
Date of notice and first publication. April
19, 1001. '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this date I will not be resronslble
for any debts or contracts entered Into by
any person or persons In connection with th
management or working of the fish oil and
guano business carried on at Blaine. Wash.,
and Astoria. Or., under the name of Ti H.
Wymonde. unless such debts or contracts are
authorized In writing by mjself or my
agents. Messrs. Y. A. Ward, of Victoria, B.
C. or Messrs. W. A. AndJrfcon & Company,
Limited, of Vancouver. .B, C. Dated this
23th dny of January. 1001. George De La
Poer Beresford. liy Davis, Marshall & Mac
ntlll. his Solicitors.
NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
directors of tho Columbia Creamery Com
pany will on May 1, 1001. file supplementary
articles of incorporation, tle object of which
Is to chancre the name of the corporation
from Columbja Creamery. Company to the
HazelWood Cream Co. By order Of the Board
of Directors. E. Burr, Sec'y.
LOANS. MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
hola.us ptimunent posit.ou with reaponsiu.o
ilia., upon their own names; eauy p.iiueiiu;
stilctly confidential. New Era Loan & Trust
'Co.. room 310 Ablngton building, uitlco
hours. 10 to 4.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICIT? ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, iicuonal or salary tie
curltj, at low rates. C, W. Paileit. 213 Com
n.eiclal block. Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
daises of security. R. I. Eckeraon & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 881.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
oth.r securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Wasnington bldg. i'honu- Hood 415.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS", REAL
estate and all kinds of j-ecuritlej. 128 3d st.,
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN AT Lb WEST RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of tkle furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 0u2 Commercial blk.
5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
$21)0,000 TO LOAN AT CIS. . 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property .for sale and rent,
Wm. G. Beck. 321 MorrUon st.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valloy farms.
W A. Shaw & Co., 24.J Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN. ANY AMOUNT. AT 5fc
per cent upwards. Western Investment it
Loan Co.. 100m 10. 245V4 Morrison.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
pioperty and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn, 652 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. mom 0 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc.. low rates.
See us first. Mann A Co.. 004 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOA'N. 0 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith, 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MORTGAGE LOANS. ANY SUM; SMALL EX
penbe; call and see. Ward. Allsky bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real estate. Plympton. 201. Morrison st.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST ROUGH-COATED SCOTCH COLLIE
dog; Tarn O'Shantor, sable body, white frill,
chest, legs and end of tall. Oakes M. Plum
mcr, 457 East 15th north. Phone Rus. 575.
FOUND A SMALL LOCKET, CONTAINING
pictures of man and baby. Owner can have
same by calling at Oregonlan otllce, proving
property and paying for this "ad."
LOST ABSTRACT OF TITLE TO LOTS 12
and 13, block 2, Madeline Addition to Port
land. Please return to Lambort & Sargent,
3S3 East Washington fit.
LQST ON OVERTON ST., NEAR 20TH.
lady's purse; owner's name Inside. Return
025 Overton. Reward.
LOST SMALL BOY'S TRICYCLE. IN VICIN
ity of 13th and Yamhill. Return to 454 Yam
FOR SALE A WELL-ESTABLISHED GEN
eral merchandise buslhcss in good Eastern
Oregon town; good chance for live man to
build up a big business; good farming and
fruit country: brick store; cheap rent; stock
Invoices about ?C000; must be sold; good
reason for selling. J. F caro Oregonlan.
WANTED PARTY WITH ?2000 TO TAKE
third Interest In manufacturing business with
contracts ahead; business will earn $25 to $50
per day profit; exceptional opportunity. In
vestigation may be had by addressing P. 0,
FOR BALE A well-established business in dry
goods, clothing, ladles' and gents' furnishing
goods, shoes, etc.; same enjoying a good
trade; reasons for selling, retiring from busi
ness. Address box 210, La Grande, Or.
FOR SALE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINT-
Ing plant in gooa vanoy town, population
500: line, plant and good advertising patron
age; a bargain. M 2, caro Oregonlan.
FOR SALE DRUG STORE. BUILDINGS,
lots and physician's practice. F. A. Everest,
343 Washington st., Portland.
FOR SALE OLD-ESTABLISHED RESTAUR
ant. centrally located: good lease; cheap rent.
Address H 4. care Oregonlan.
Fou Sale 17,000 shares of helena
Mining Co. stock. Appiyto L. Y. Keady A
Co., 110" Sherlock building.
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION CAtt BE
fodnd by consulting Ames Mercantile Agency,
. 205 Ablngton building.
PARfNR WANTED IN BUTCHER Busi
ness; no experience requirea. inquire on
North Fifth Street.
Meat market in a populous neioh-
borhood for sale, if taken at once. Address
D C. Oregonlan.
WANTtiD-SELL OR EXCHANGE- HOTEL
on Gray's Harbor for stock farm. Address
M 5. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE ROOMING - HOUSE OF 30
roomar central, full; owner leaving city; $850.
C 0, Oregonlan,
FOR SALE GROCERY ON GOOD CORNER;
good ca;n business: $2000 dr Invoice. K 344
THREE-CHAIR- BARBER SHOP FOR $175;
takes If It taKen at onde. U 1, care Orcgo
nlanj FOR SALE Mi' milling, feed, crtfrimlston and
grocery business; cheap. O. R. Addlton". city
For Sale Best-paying- restaurant in city; leav
ing for Alaska: a snap." L .1. Oregonlan.
ARMORY DRUG STORE FOR SALE. AD
drew A 5. cam Oregonlan.
McCLUHE'S" SANITARY BANDAOB frOIt
women has no equal. 417 Mnrquam building.
Geo. T. Murton. 31s Ctum. of Com I'hon
Brown 450. Accounts examined t bookf kp.
Anna) ern tiiitl AimiyUi.
THE MONTANA METALLURGICAL WttrtS
with Its asi-ay office and chemical labora
tory, have hiuved from sii in loo Firit Jt.t
Jf. H. FIK". MINERAL AScAVEK AND
chemist; goid dut I-Ought. 2iMll Wn-hltlgton.
PAUL BAUMEL ASSAYER AND aNAHST.
gold dust bought. 22S$ Stark .
J. K. OILL & CO..- WHOLESALE AND K
tall booksellers and Mfttion.rN lM-lJi Al M.
Cnrpe-niers" aild Bull 'erj.
Geo. W.. Gordon, oounttr- ofl-.v nx:ure!. fly
screen. Third-ami-Salmon. Tel. Mliek 1102
Chiropodist niul MnnlcitiMiiK.
L. Mltchffll. leading expert chiropodist, olttce
In Knight's shoe store. Fifth and Wash.,
opposite Perkins Hotel. Hours 10 to 12. 2
to 5. Tel. Hood 72S office; rs.. West 32.
WM. DEVENKY & ESTELLK DEVENV. THi:
only scientific chlropcdum. parlors 4til AlUky
bldg.. 3d and Mormon. Ore. pi.utie Urant In.
Miss Dart, manicuring, room 30 Union Mock.
ist-Stark 0 A, M. to 5 p. M. Tel. Front 844.
A druclnss sjstem of thirlng d'seaw. by re
moving the c;.ue; heart dlta. rheuma
tism. PJrayiIi! fi mnld trn-jhli. nnd pfironln
casts. Exam. free. Dr. D. A. Mctntyre.
chiropractic and ortoopathlst. 383 Yamjilll.
Mm Dr. Hfcrzog. Trom Berlin, scientific r
vca.er; tella cnttte life. past, present and fu
ture: consultation on all afralrs. nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; sur? help;
mistake Impossible; Imports genuine gypsy
love powd-r. Fee $1: letter $2. 3U.1 Alder.
kLCAN COAL CO . dealers In house, steam
and hlacksmlth coals. Also foundry coke.
Front St., near Qllsnn. Ore. tel. Red ti(W.
HEKMAN MET7.GER. PURCHASER OF
hldrs. pelts, furs. wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st near Main Port
land. Or. Cnh advances on consignment.
TAYLOR. YOUNG A CO.. SHIP BBOKEKS
and commission merchant. Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PUO
duce merchants. Front & D sta. Portland. Or.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED
cornices, J. c. Bayer. 2TO Seqond st.
DR. A. F. POLEY.
hulldlng. Third ft.
Phone Red 2343.
Dyelnpr nnd Clcnnln;?.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 801 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red l.-.t.
Trivatp School a(ll Yamhill. Encfll-sh branches
taught. Teachers prepared for examination.
West-rn Elrctric Works: house wiring, bell
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. .105 Wash.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Cnrlyon. 280 East MorrUon st.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work
specialty. Calof A GoldAnberg. 311 Front.
Order of Woshlnston. foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living. J L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sc'y. 012-015 Marquam bldg.
Hair Dressing and Mnnlcnrlntr.
PARIS HAIR STORE. T.OR WASH ST.. UP-to-date
hairdressers. wlg and toupees for
ladles nnd gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 5TH. SWITCHES
a specialty. Hatrdresslng. manicuring.
Imrness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
cale saddle nnd hnrness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoe store sup
plies; leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturer,
leather and mddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
CHARLES L. MASTICK & CO. INC.). 75
Front street. Portland Cash buyers of hides,
pelts and tallow.
Dr. G. M. Keller's HdropathIc Institute. Pied
mont. Portland, Or.;. rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated: best reference
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd A Arnold. General Agents.
Jnnk, Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank A Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles. Iron. rng, hides,
pelts and tallow, 312 Front. Tel. South 031.
Electric Laundry Co.. laundry 308 Madison;
office 308 Wah. Tel. Col. 700. Or. Grant 431.
HEADQUARTERS FOR STEAM BOILERS,
engines and pumps, engineers' supplies.
Charles 'Gauld. 44-40 First street.
Mnnnfaetnrers of Ladles Goods.
OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER FUR
nlhlngs will astonish .you. We are leaders in
ladles' wear. Sing Chong & Co.. 333 Morrison.
Marble and Granite Works.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See us, and save money.
Weeks. 720 Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite nnd stone work. Schanen A NVu, 208 1st.
MASSAGE, STEAM BATHS GrVEN, BY Ex
perienced masseur; cures rheumatic and
chronic diseases. Malrs building, room 0.
532 Williams ave. Phone Rus. 1131.
MASSAGE. STEAM BATHS GrVEN. BY EX-
rrlenced- masseur, at Malr's building, room
. 532 Williams ave.
PAUL CROMTVELL. "TCIE COLvrr:ED SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at 317 Front,
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
NOV1TA REMEDIES. AT 200 GRANT
Take Fifth-street car
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, -motors, saw
mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen. 20-35 First st.
Oregon Vlavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON ST3.
Send far Health Book. Consultation free.
Lessons50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 1st
White bronae monuments. Send Boataty will
call. c. R. Donnell. Aent. 204 Stark st.
DRS. L. B. SMITH & SON. OREGON'S PtO
heer osteopaths, suite 400 Oregsnten buHd
lng. Examination free. Phone Oak 421. Lit
erature sent on application.
Dr. R. B. Northrup. specialist in nervous and
chronic dlsea-.ev ulle 4IU Dekdm oHIg . .W
and Wash. Erarrflnatidns free. Tel. Main IMO,
Larson. Palmist. Occult Student Readings.
Pc past, present, future. 210 Albky hhlg.
T J. GISLER. 8M-81J; CHAMBER OF COM,
Domestic and foreign fmten: secured, ew.
Speeiat attention given to the prohecUttttn of
pension claims. J L. Wells. 100 Grand avfc
Pliytlcljiiii nnA SiTfcconn.
DIt. COltA C. TALttOTT SPECIALIST. 15
ars exrerlenee- In disease: of WiiMn !t-est-irdFnned
metltod In the treatment f .l
female troubles, j atUncs trtated sucsesaCull
B.V mall Officp lSlfc, First sL
Df. Floru A. Drown. v.tseuei of trenvti totul
children a specialty 'Jiinnultttlon am! dlntf
noH free 557-r.lH The D kuni. I'ortlawl or
Dn. JAMiay oickson .specialist in Ki.
neyahdi-hlri dl-Jea-e. Oml B.kw' "ttm-Poi-tlniKl
UIiUiik lul -4.
LIVERY AND MOAKD1NG; LADItiU A."
gentlemen HuUll ivirsrif :HM JffrKH.
i SAFES. JAILS. UUIU.LA .-t'KOUr" S.m .
both new ahd Second hand Lm:!H!fe Mfc I
nnd general tepdlr. J B Dav's t Tbfoi
School of Psychology.
School of mental tenw fycnoloKy. pxfc'.i
tlsm and mignetle haUmr uttt tjatom.
Mr. C. J. Maple. 2ttj Svond, smhh it,
Slunvcnxex 11 ml Store Mttir1.
R. LUTlCB .fc CO. SrCCJBSu,. 1W Mui.
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth anJ Ht w.
OVEKLANU STOltAGU WAK.IHtA.EiS
Fourth nnd Dals, Mervhundti a pitoa.
lnsutanco rate.s low; J'.uiat,'" utt .wui-oha.;-.
Careful attfiitlon &l'kn j touniry .w..
mt-nt. Tel. Or Main 777: CtilumbM HW.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN WK. fcA
a: Fred Slckcl's HtorehnUi-e. .11 North :
Storage and Trnnsfer.
C. O PICK, otllce 68 First, bat Stark anl
Oak; phones Sim. Pianos and furniture m. i,
and racked for shipping, cominuttluu lU
proof brick warehouse, trout and Chty .
Tents iil Aivn!iiR'.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TlBNTa.
sails, awnings. 220 Ankuny TH. Orant I5bI
Ttnnlujr and It outline.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVK HK
ralrlng. Schulze Bros , 10.1 Grand ava.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAlRVUI.
ant and psjchlc life reader: consult her ui
business affairs, love troubles, absent frtehd:
good advlca on mines: reading daily. 5ih and
up. 1117 First st.. oltlae 7 Consult h hH
Mrs. Steven, business medium and Inspira
tional writer. 221v Morrison St.. room 2Ji.
New Turkish hath parlors, modern ujBllaneJ.
Gents only. 525 Chumber Com., J F King
Turkish baths; new management, oh ail
night. No chargu for bed. Orttguniau bWh
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS; HoUhS
Ladles O to 3: gentlemen 3..IO to 0.
ALLEN $ LEWIS. WHOLESALE CROCHKiJ.
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or
SAVINGS BANK, 100 THIRD STREET
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and ajunuy business transnated.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DBrOStfTS.
BENJ. I. COHUN t franwlunt
H. L. PITTOCK Vlee-irimHt
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA...SertaH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Flnnnelal Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBKTT
Vlce-Prosldent A. L. MILLji
Cashier G. E. WITHtNUyW
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRIC
Second AsulstAnt Cashier.. ....W. C. ALVOltD
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europu
and tho Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston. Chicago. St Louis. St.
Paul, Omaha. San Francisco and the prtnaltwt
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Franklort-an-th-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Chrlstlanta. Stockholm. St. Petersburg, Mow
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S30.
Tratysaet a General Hanking Business,
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available In
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers,
sold on Nw York. Washington, Chicago. St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Men
tana nnd British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Partsv Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
-.rrr; rrfrf .
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. ...$S.25O,0(XX
JOHN J. VALENTINE ....PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGEtt
R. LEA BARNES ., CASHIJER'
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CA9HKSR.
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters of Credit Issued,
available in alt parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant CaqhUsr
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Intorestrpald on time deposits.
Drafts and letter" of credit issued, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which t" amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up $8, eoflTCKKV
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts oDened for sums of $10 and upwards,
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly aal
ance. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber of Commerce bulldlny. Third and
Head O01c. 71 Lombard street. London
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, make loans, discounts bills and issues
letters of credit available for travelers, and' the
purchase of merchandise In any city of the
world. rals In foreign: and domestic x-chana-s.
Account? of country banks resolved.
Interest paid on trm depostts
W. A. MACRAE. Manager
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK ST3.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T MORGAN Vlce-Prsldent
R. W. SCHMEER A-sdstnnt Cashier
TRANSACTS A OEVn, BANKING BTJSI
NESS Interest paid on tire deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Draft3 Issued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President . TYLER WOODWARD,
VlcC-Presldent JACOB KAWM
Cashier p. C. MILLER