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THE MORNING OREGOKIA& FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20; 1D0I.
"Wants of 1'orto HIcanx.
SAN JUAN, Porto Rico., Dec. 19. The
Chamber of Commerce of San Juan has
requested the government of the Island
of Porto Rico to transmit a cablegram to
the authorities at Washington, requesting
that Congress, when dealing with the
question of Cuban reciprocity, consider
Porto Rico. The Chamber of Commerce
asks that Porto Rican sugar be protected
against the introduction of Cuban, sugar
into the United States and that a bounty
be paid for Porto Rican coffee as an
American product under the protection of
the American flag.
one week. commencing sunday. dec.
15, and saturday matinee,
richard golden i5 beautiful stouy,
"old jed frouty."
"OLD JED l'KOUTY."
"OLD JED l'KOUTY."
"OLD JED l'KOUTY."
"OLD JED PROUTY."
A CKEAT RURAL COMEDY-DRAMA.
THE BAKER THEATER
GEO. L. BAKER. M?r. Phone North 107ft.
TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT.
The Wilbur-Klrwin Ojicra Co. In Blzette'a
Tomorrow. Matinee ar.d night. "THE MERRY
WAR." a grand farewell production.
Evening prices 10c, 25c, 33c. 50c
Matinee prices 10c. 15c. 25c
Next week. Btarting Sunday Matinee, Ben
Hendricks In "Ole Olon."
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
CALVIN HEILIG. Manager.
Thursday, Friday. Saturday nights. Dec 13,
20. 21. Special Ladies' and Children's Matinee
at 2:15 o'clock.
JULES GRAU OPERA CO.
Thursday. "EL CAP1TAN." Friday. "DOR
OTHY." Saturday Matinee. "WANG." Satur
day night, "RIP VAX WINKLE."
Evening prices $1. 75c. 60s. :j5c. 25c Boxes
and loges. $7.50. Matinee prices Adults, 50c;
children, 25c to any part ot the theater.
Seats now celling.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING SUNDAY.
ARTHUR C. AISTON'S NEW YORK COM-
PAN1. representing the latest fuccess,
"AT THE OLD CROSS ROADS,"
"AT THE OLD CROSS ROADS."
"AT THE OLD CROSS ROADS."
"AT THE OLD CROSS ROADS,"
By Hal Hold. ,
MATINEES CHRISTMAS AND SATURDAY.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STREETS
DE CAFRIO'S ORCHESTRA,
FLYXN'S LONDON GAIETY GIRLS,
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 411 Washington St., by S. L. X. Gllman.
A. A. O. X. M. S. The an
nual meeting of Al-Knder
Tcmole will be held at Ma
sonic T?mplc on THURSDAY
EVENING. 24TH INST., at 8
o'clock. Buslncy.", election of
officers, acting upon report of
committees, and such other
business that usually comes
brf3re an annual meeting. This
notlr-r is nubllFhrd at THIS
, TIME that our "country cous
ins mar take due notice and govern them
selves accordingly. KATIB
PORTLAND, LODGE, XO. 55. A.
F. fi A. M. Stated communication
this (Friday) evening. 7:30 o'clock.
Election of olHcrs and payment or
dues. BV order W. M. Vlsltlntr IT.
M. welcome. I. W. PRATT. Sec.
HAMLIN December 19. 1001. to the wife of
Edward H. Hamlin, a son.
McDONALD At the residence of her brother,
034 Belmont. Portland, Dec. in. Miss Mary
C McDonald, formerly of Vancouver. Notice
of funeraj later.
WINESET The funeral rcrvlces of Louts?,
wife of Clarenc W'neset, will be held tcday
at the rePldewi-e of her mo:h?r. Susan Wol
slefer, 410 Fifth L, at 2 P. M. Friends In
vited. Interment at Lon Fir cemetery.
VOSBURG Dec 18. at St. David's Rectory,
the residence of his son-in-law Dr. C!virgo
B. Van Waters, Mr. George R. Vo'burg. aged
72 years. Funeral from St. David s Church
on Saturday. 10:30 A. M.
M'DONALD The funeral of Mlrs Mary C. Mc
Donald will he held at Vancouver. Wash., at
2 P. M., Saturday, from the Cathedral. In
terment to be In the Catholic cemetery- The
body will be at C34 Belmont St., city, until
EDWAltD HOUIAN. Lmlcrtpkrr. -Kh
nnd YnmMll uta. Itcnn Sttnnnn. lady
EtitKtKttiilt. Both plinticn No. $07.
FlnZcv. Ivlmliall A Co- Undertaker.
Lady nxKlatunt. 275 Third t. Tel. J.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMfa NEW !)-ROOM
modern house with large grounds, on Fouth
east corner 10th and Marshall striet. B. M.
Lombard, 514 Chamber of Commerce.
AH Day at 182 First St.
Consisting of Holiday Goods,
etc. J. T. WILSON,
ORDER YOUIl TURKEYS NOW
Apples come and see them; COc to $1 box.
Almonds, 10c lb. Call on us for your X. Y.
candles. White or black fig. 5c lb.; choice
dried fruits come and see them. Sugar we al
ways sell at cost. 5-lb. can of pure lard. 7oc;
lard. In bulk, luc lb.; popcorn, 5.' lb.; orange.
10c dozen. Fresh meats, best cuts. 12U-C lb.;
legs of mutton, 10? lb.; crrn b?ef and boiling,
7c lb. This Is the money-saving store.
OREGON CASH GROCERY
232 and 234 N. 14th. Both phones.
Overstocked, 25c each
Best creamery 50c and 55c
Extra choice creamery 45e
Fancy dairy 35c and 40c
Fresh ranch eggs, dozen Sue
Eastern eggs, 2 dozen 45c
Swiss cheese 50c each
Eastern sugar-cured hams 13c lb.
Picnic hams .10c lb.
Remember, Saturday Is chicken day. Tur
keye, geese and chickens for Xmas.
LAGR .NDE CREAMERY CO.
204 Yamhill. Both phones.
Leave your or
ders early and get
ducks and chick
ens for Xmas.
LAGRANDE CREAMERY CO,
2S4 Tamhlll. Both phones.
Can buy on weekly cr monthly payments
AnC all other household goo0 at
CASH PRICES from
214 FIRST ST.. COR. SALMON.
Open ovonlnGTM. Tel. North 1010.
N. B. I will take old coeds In trade.
CLASSIF3ED AD. RATES
"Rcoxns." "Rooms and Board." "Housekeep--ng
Rooms." "Situations Wanted." 15 word or
"ess. 15 cents; If to 20 words. 30 cent: 21 to 23
words. 25 cents. etc. No discount for addi
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." 30 rents for 15 words or less; ID to 20
words. i0 cents; 21 to 25 words. 50 cents, etc.
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, one
half; no further discount under cne month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first insertion: 10 cents per lln
for each aCdKlonal Insertion.
ANSWERS O ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of
fice, should always be Inclosed In nealed envel
opes. No itaxnp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for tr
iors In advertisements taken through the telephone.
TURKEYS. CHICKENS. GEESE AND DUCKS
galore. All wc want Is you to pay us a vlIt
and examine our stock, get our prices, and
we knew you will make your Christmas pur
chatcs of the above, and groceries, too. Our
stock is new. clean and complete. 3 1-lb. pack
ages. reeded raisins. 25c California Market,
185 Third, opposite Baker's Theater. Phone
YOU MAY GET SETTLED BEFORE THE
New Year in your own house by making a
small payment down and balance on month
ly payments, for an elegant 8-room house on
East Side. Whclley, Benson building, 5th
On improved city and farm property, at lowet
current rates. Building loans. In stall meet
l"n. MacMimter & Blrrell. ail Worcester blk.
, Notice to Holiday Shippers.
The offices of Wells. Fargo & Co.. Pacific Ex
press Co. nad Northern Pacific Express Co.
will remain op?n each evening up to Christmas
until 8 o'clock. On Sunday they will be open
from 12 noon to 4 P, M..and on Christmas day
from S A. M. to. 12 noon.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
HUDSON & BROWNHILL. REAL ESTATE
ami Financial Agents. 550 Sherlock Bulldin.
Portland, Or., and The Dalles. Or. We are
the only real estate firm In Portland who
make a specialty of Eastern On-gon und
Washington real estate. We have an office
In The Dalles, where we have been es
tablished In the real estate Business for the
last IS years, and can refer you to any of the
banks or business houses of that city ut to
8ur standing. We have recently opened
an office In Portland 'n order that we might I
De Drought Into closer touch with the peoplo
who contemplate settling in Eastern Oregon
and Washington. We have a 1 arc's list of
agricultural and stock farms for rale, that,
upon Investigation will surprise you both as
to cheapness and terms. Wc also have a few
timber claims, both Government and deeded,
for sale cheap. Call or write for one of
our Illustrated pamphlets descriptive of East
ern Oregon and Washington.
HOMES ON INSTALLMENT NO INTEREST.
We will I'urchase a $1000 home for you;
make your own selection any plnce In this
etaie; you repay us 5 35 montnly. without
Interest; wc venture you are now paying 510
monthly rent for property that is no batter;
our plan Is safe; examine it; correarondence
rollclted. Oregon Mutual Home So;lety. COO
Commercial building, city. Telephone South
FOR SALE-DO ACRES OF LAND, ONLY 8
miles from the city; very rich coll. well
watered; only one mile from It. R.: will icli
In 10. 20 or 30-acre lots. C. F. Flyrapton.
Agent. Allsky building.
HOUSE. 8 ROOMS: VERY DESIRABLE AND
rtrlctly .modern; JuM being completed: Al
location. West Side; for sale at a bargain
Apply to owner, 107 Sherlock building.
HOOD CIVER FRUIT LANDS FOR SALS;
Government claime located. AVrlte or call for
Information upon Friday & Barnes. Hood
PICK ME UP 10 ACRES. It MILES EAST,
half bottom land, on Johnson's Creek, ct
great bargain for few days. 6jh c. of Coin.
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE. OFFICE,
Lents. Or. All kinds property cheap. Take
Mount Scott car: fare 5 cent-. O. R. Addlton.
FOR QUICK SALE-TWO CHOICE BUILD
Ing lots on Seventh Ft.. Irvlngton. cheap for
cash. V. O. Waadcl. 205 Morrison et.
FOR SALE LOT. WITH GOOD 5-ROOM COT
tage. close in. West Side, $U00. Address ft
5S. Oregonlan. Give phone number.
25 LOTS ON ST. JOHNS CAR LINE; HIGH.
nuiiu' hmu levt.; h jirouea nurr.oer oaiy.
Brown. :5fl2 Washington st.
FOIl SALE FARMS.
1CS ACRES. 120 ACRES IN CULTIVATION,
balance pasture, under good fence, soil rich
black loxm. good buildings, 4 miles to rail
road station, Polk County, a special bargain:
?30 per acre. I have other farms for ale
ranging in else from 40 acres to S30. and In
price from ?C50 to $35. W. O. Waddel, 205
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
mad to tsult purchasers. For full particular
as to various p'oportles apply to MacMastr
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-FRUIT FARM AT
Newberg: 1900 Bartlctt pear, balance prune,
plum and cherry trees, all In. first-class con
dition. F. N. Pendleton. Third and Stark sts.
TO EXCHANGE HOUSE. 7 ROOMS. WITH
bath and, basement; central location; for
land nar Portland or Improved suburban
tract. S. E. Klpllnger. 414 Eart Market.
WILL TRADE SEATTLE AND CHEHALI3
property and cash for stock of merchandise.
Wm. Murphy. Chehalls. Wah.
TISIBER LAND FOR SALE.
FOR SALE 1C0 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER,
well situated; rare opportunity to lnYeat. Q
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SINGER WE WILL SELL FIFTY EINOEU
sewing machines at special prices, between
now and Xmas. Every machine fully guar
anteed. We will deliver on Christmas day If
requested. Come early and make your choice.
Cor. Park and Morrifon tls.
100.000 ROSES. SHRUBS AND TREES. ONE.
two and three yearn. 10c up; take Woodstock
car to East Powell and Thirty-fourth st.. Pa
cific Floral Nursery. Address Box 1007, city.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, AWELL-BRED
mare. S years old, weighs 1250 pounds; well
broken and very gentle. Inquire Portland
Livestock Exchange, corner 4th and Ankeny.
FOR SALE TWO GRAY HORSES. 7 YEARS
old, about 1800 pounds; round and all O. K.:
gentle to harness and saddle. At Portland
Livestock Exchange, Fourth and Ankeny.
KEEP WARM THESE COLD NIGHTS AND
order your coal from Western Feed & Fuel
Co., 154 Fifth st. north. Both phoneat All
kinds coal. Prompt delivery.
FOR SALE ANGORA GOATS (BILLIES,
nannies and wethers); also Cots wold sheep
(rams and ewes). Edward L. Naylor, Forest
FOR BALE HIGH - GRADE UPRIGHT
piano, Al condition, with mandolin attach,
meut. ?175; cost $375. A 59, care Oregonlan.
Nw TYPEWRITERS. aU makes. RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup-
piles. Coast Agency Co.. 2G(P Stark it.
SAFES ONE HALL, 1800 POUNDS; ONE
Diebold. 1500 pounds; one National, 1500
pounds. 205 Second st.
Wagons, hacks, buggies and carts, second
hand; bankrupt stock of harness. 211 Wash.
Upright planes, $1G5, lost $300 8 months ago;
Kimball, $50; Estey organ. $35. 104 FirsL
Wolfsteln buys and sells all kinds wagons,
buggies, harness, farm implements. 227 Front.
FOR SALE HORSE. WAGON AND TWO
heifers. J. B. Butcnschoen. Peninsular. Or.
NEW -ELSIE BOOKS." 05c, AT THE OLD
Book Store. 22U xamhlil st.
FOR SALE .- CHEAP; FINE SEALSKIN
jacket. 74 xnira u
HELP W-1NTED MALE.
WAKTED-A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRYMAN:
must be on all-around,man; state terms; ref
erences icqulred. Everett & Moore, Rose-
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BRAKEMAN
for narrow gauge road. Address, giving age
and experience. J 50, Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO SOLICIT AND
collect; good opportunity for right party.
Call room 10 BurUMrd bloek.
PATTERNMAKER WANTED: NONE BUT
first-class mechanic need apply. Willamette
lion & file! Works.
FIRST-CLASS SHIRT POLISHER, MAN OR
woman, for out-of-town laundry. Apply 94
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED-R. R. CONTRACTORS. LOGGERS
and millmen to know that we nave opened
two branch ofhees, near popular resorts of
men. at 247 Burnside and 51 North Third sts.;
this will enable us to fill all orders more
promptly. A-ldress all communications to
main uniee. 220 Morrison st. Wanted Men
and teams, city. $4. board home; R. R. la
borers, machinists, pattern-makers, loggers,
woodchoppers. farmn&nd. cooks, fluniceys,
etc New orders dally. Call everybody. Ca
nadian Agency, main office. 228 Morrison,
branches 147 Burnside and 51 Nortn 'Intnl.
WE want men In this city and throughout the
state who have "had experience as solicitors In
life Insurance cr kindred Uses, with refer
ences and records as producers; to such we
give liberal contract, large income assured to
workers: mornings. American Investment Co.,
Ice; branch office, 2 Chamber of Com.
WANTED AGENTS ALL OVER OREGON
and Idaho for those elegant American and
Standard vapor can lamps; latest and best;
100 candle-power 3 hours for 1 cent; just the
thing for Christmas presents. Pa cine Spe
cialty & Gas Lamp Co.. 343 Morrison St.
Men to learn barber trade; only 8 weeks re
quired. Positions guaranteed. Tools donated.
Wagco earned while learning. Catalogue free.
Moler Barber College, San Francisco.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD
eome experience In window dressing In a
furniture or crockery store. Address, stating
experience, B 49, Oregonlan.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COOKS. WAITERS
and bartenders. California Wine Depot. 143
Fourth. F'.ter LoratL proprietor.
BOY WANTED. ABOUT 15 YEARS OF AGE,
for office work; small salary to start. M 44.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED QUARTZ
miner, able to handle air drills. O 50, Ore
gonlan. WANTED AN EXPERIENCED QUARTZ
mill worker, not over 85 years. X 50, Orego
nlan. WANTED-FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN: BIO
wages: city and country. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED THREE MEN TO TAKE TIMBER
claims; location good. 201 Falling bulidlng.
WANTED A COLLECTOR AND SALESMAN;
good -alary. Addrcas V 50, Oregonlan.
WANTED MEN TO DRY TICK POULTRY
Barnes Market. 105 Third.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS. CITY AND COUNTRY; WAIT
resses. hotels and B.-H.; secoud girls; ehm
bermalda and 150 housework. $13 to 125.
Canadian Parlors. 220 Morrifon.
IMMEDIATELY COMPETENT SECOND
gills, cooks and housekeepers. St. Louis
Agency, 30 Yamhill. Phone Black 2881.
WANTEi YOUNG LAD1 TO READ ONE
hour dally to a clasn In shorthand, for part
tuition. Bihnke'B Commercial College.
THOSE IN NEED OF WORK CALL AT THE
Girls' Club, Mr. Porter, President, room 18
Rwuel bulidlng. Fourth and Morrison.
COOKS. $20; HOUSEWORK. SECOND GIRLS
and housekeepers. Phone South 15S1. Tort
land Employment CO.. 154 1st.
WANTED TWO GIRLS. ONE FOR DIKING
room, other for kitchen. In private boarding
home. SO 5th. near Stark.
AN EXPERIENCED TICK SEWER. APPLY
immediately et Portland Curled Hair Fac
tory. 220 and 22S Front st
SOCIAL DANCE. SATURDAY. 15c. JEFFER
on Union. Order 6f Washington. G. A. R,
Hall. Ten flcor managers.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
cooking and general housework. Apply 770
GOOD WAGES TO EXPEniENCED GIRL
for general housework; email family. C5I
WAXTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
rral housework; good plain cook; good wages,
ACME EMP. BUREAU, 1S5 MORRISON. Help
free to employers. Phone North 2&sl. Col. 2$.
THE SOUTHERN CORNER WEST PARK
and Yamhill. Experienced waitress at once.
GIRL TO DO COOKING AND GENERAL
housework: small family. 471 Main st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 871 Corbstt at.
GIRL LIGHT HOUSEWORK, GOOD HOME
-and wages. 70 N. 0th.
A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND COOKING.
Apply 747 Gllman et.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FE.MALE.
TELEGRAPHER TO GIVE LESSONS TWICE
a week. Apply by letter Bshnkc's Com. Col
lege, Second and Washington.
WANTED FEMALE AND MALE SINGERS I
for chorus. Apply by letter only to E. H
Carruthera. Portland Hotel.
ARE YOU IN NEED OF A MAN YOU CAN
put anywhere iri your mill or shop, running,
repairing or building and setting up any
kind of machinery for working wood, or at
olllce work, rales-can or collector, or In your
store? Would act as traveling salesman, or
would consider a proposition of taking charge
of a bustneffl for a .hare of the pronto. Ad.
dress J 48, care Oregonlan.
PERSONS DESIRING HELP. TAKING
ntock, closing or opening books, at rcasonaolo
rates, addrera K 4S, Oregonlan.
BY JAPANESE, I'LACE IN BOARDINO
house or lodging-house; speaks English well.
Tom. Vt O. box 8SS, city.
SITUATION WANTED IN GROCERY
ptore; have had experience. E 40. care Ore
gonlan. JAPANESE BOY WANTS POSITION TO DO
cooking or housework in family. VS N. 3d.
JAPANESE COOK AND GCOD WAITER
wants position in family. Y 4. Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS "WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers ana Stenographer.
A FIRST-CLASS STENOGRAPHER WISHES
a position: can help on books. Phone Black
WANTED SITUATION, BY COMPETENT
dressmaker; or will do sewing at your homes,
or address W 50, Oregonlan.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by German woman, in wldower'a family or
for adults. F 49, care Oregonlan.
WANTED 100 LADIES TO WEAR THE
"Ultra" $3.50 shoe. "It's comfortable" and
fit for a Queen. M. Billings. 229 Morrison
sL, between First and Second.
SITUATIONS WANTED FOR CHAMBER
malds, t-econd girls, cooks, housekeepers. SL
Louis. 230V6 Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
situation Wanted by lady, with
txperlencej to do hotel, restaurant or day
work. Q 50. Oregonlan.
PROFITABLE WORK OFFERED AGENTS
In every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladles' Home Journal and the Saturday
Evening Post. We want agent -who will
work thoroughly and with business system
to corcr each section with our Illustrated
little booklets and other advertising matter,
and to look sharply after renewals from old
subscribers. The pay is first rate, and at
the end of tho season $20,000 will be given
tbe best workers as extra prizes for good
work. How well some of our agents have
succeeded is told in a little booklet we -would
like to oend you portraits of some ot our
best agents, with the story of how they made
it pay. The Curtis Publishing Co.. Philadel
WANTED A SECOND-HAND NATIONAL
cash register; must be modern and In per
fect condition; also a second-hand safe weigh
ing from 2vJ0 to 3000 pounds. Address K 60,
care Oregonlan. .
ZIMMERMAN, 214 FIRST ST.. WILL PAY'
roore than any one for second-hand furni
ture and stores. Will also take amc in
trade for new goods. Phcne Ncrth 1040.
WANTED SECOND - HAND CO - HORSE
power boiler: also 25O0 feet or one-Inch pipe
for dry kiln. Phone Rum 042. Portland
Manufacturing' Co., St. Johns. Or.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
off clothing and shoes. C2 North 34. Phone
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
WANTED-TO BUY CAMERA. OR WOULD
exchange Istly's wheel. Answer at once, M
40, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY SMALL
printing plant, on easy terms. Address N 50.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT AT ONCE. A 5-ROOM
furnished cottage; must be modern and
within 10 bloces cf a good school; state
term?. O 40, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT COTTAGE. FURNIBH
ed or unfurnished, or housekeeping rooms on
ground floor. A -13, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. SMALL FUR
nlthed room in private family. M 50, Ore
gonlan. WANTED-SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE OR
housekeeping rooms. P 49. Oregonlan.
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. COH. PARk
and Alder sts.. formerly the Spalding; under
nw management; the most complete apart
roent-kouae In the Nonhwest; steam heat,
, porcelain baths, every modern conven
ience; rates 7e per day and upward. Fur
nished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND U OMEN'S UNION; UTH YEAR;
room., with board; use of -ew!nr-room; u
Of library; Woman's Exchange; InduMtrUl
Schcol. Address Mrs. C. E. Ueorge. Buptr
lntendent. 510 Flanders st.
THE PLEABANTON, 288 Third it. Fine fur
nished rooms, en suite, single or housekeep
ing; sunlight in all rooms; mojt reasonable
terms. Transient solicited. Phone South 251.
NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE R00M3J
also 2 or 3 rooms for llznt housekeeping;
electric light and Use telephone. Inquire
oyster house, 107 Fourth.
THE NEW CASTLE, b. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrleon ts Rooms, furnished or unfur
Althed: all modern conveniences; referencrs.
403 SECOND BEAUTIFUL ROOMS. ELE
j;antly and newly furnished; all modern con
veniences; private family; reference.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. AND ALSO
nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, at 132ji
Union ave., cor. East Morrison.
WELL-FURNISHED FRONT SUITE; ALL
conveniences; reasonable; suitable for one or
two gentlemen. 250 11th st.
NICE FRONT ROOM. WITH LL 5IOD
ern conveniences; for j-Hitl-inen only. a9
10th at., near Stark.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE
for two or single; every convenience. ZVi
rl-M .. CM...
..!, UCa. kliAU.
ELEGANT. NEW FURNISHED FRONT
room; suitable for two; new side room; bath.
307 Pine tt.
MANHATTAN COURTS NEW BRICK BUILD
lng. steam heat, new furniture. SllK Stark.
Cosmos, 2C8Vj Morrison $1 per day: rates rea
sonable by month: also housekeeping suit's.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, IN PRIVATE
home. 22S Madlion St.
Koumi With Board.
THE COLONIAL, SELECT FAMILY HOTEL.
1G5 10th sL Suite, second floor, front: also
single room; table and service Ant class.
S&t EAST ANKENY PLEASANT ROOMS,
with board; bath, gas; also day boarderx;
reasonable. Telephone Blue 840.
THE BROWN. Grand and Hawthorne Pleas
ant rooms, good board: every convenience.
FOR RENT ON GROUND FLOOR. PLEAS
ant front room, with board, 282 Fout.h.
NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH FIR3T
clats board. 10S 11th St.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD. 225
II' tistUtc;iuir Itootn.
CHEAPEST FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlshed. housekeeping rooms In City. 2ul
Washington, and 3U14 Water St,
253 SIXTH. CORNER OF MADISON. FUR-nh-hed
hourskccplng rooms; all conveniences,
82 17TH. COR. FLANDERS FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; private family; no chit
The Graham. 545t Waah. Sunny oUltes, gas
ranges, porcelain bath, etc Telephone frse.
4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE-kc-cptng;
rent reasonable. L 50. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT TWO ENTIRELY NEW 0-ROOM
houses, on the southwest corner of lot and
Pennoyer streets, for rent to responsible ten
ants. John F. Caples, Mulkey bldg., cor. 2d
FOR RENT NEW HOUSE. HOYT STREET,
near 23d; S rooms and reception hall; bath,
cement cellar and all modern improvements:
lot 66x100; rent $40. Inquire 331 Morrison sL
FLAT OF 5 OR C DESIRABLE ROOMS,
with bath; brick building; kitchen rang; al
ready Connected. Inquire at 014 Front Et.,
FOR RENT CORNER HOUSE. 17TH AND
Johnson. 1 rooms, with all modern improve
ments; from Jan. 1, 1902. Inquire of A. B.
MODERN 0-ROOM HOUSE, BLOCKS FROM
steel bridge. East Side; $18 per month. John
P. Sharkey. Tel. White 511.
FIVE-ROOM FLAT. GROUND FLOOR. UN
ion avenue, near East Ankeny. Harrington.
C9U First. Phone Scott 1851.
FOR RENT COTTAGE. 551 GL1SAN, BE
tween 10th and 17th. Max Smith, 58 North
8 - ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT; COR. 17TH
nnd East Salmon. Inquire at F. Dresser &
$18 PER M0NTH-8-ROOM HOUSE, MOD
ern conveniences. 435 Rocs at. Phone, Pink
3-ROOM HOUSE, 140 PENNOYER ST.. $4.
See Mlddleton. 017 Chamber of Commerce.
NEW 5-ROOM FLAT. $22.50; CENTRAL. Ap
ply Wakefield, Fries &. Co., 22 Stark st.
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 240 STARK ST..
rents and insurance. Telephone 315.
LOWER FLAT OF 5 ROOMS FOR RENT; KO
children. Apply COO Lovejoy.
f arslahed Ilon-e.
NICELY" FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT;
large grounds; good location; block from car.
401 12th et.
Ilouses For Rent, Fnrnitnre For Sale
COTTAGE FOR RENT. FURNITURE FOR
sale. Call 551 GlUran st.
FOR KEN1-ONE-HALF OF BRICK WARE
house, 50x100; convenient location. Apply
Zimmerman, Wells Machinery Co., 43 Second
STORE ON FIRST ST.. NEAR OAK. AP
ply to Harrington. C94 First at. Phone
FOR RENT STORE. COR. 1CTH AND GLI
san. Max Smith. 88 North 10th.
T7 WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROM
irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhoa
(whites) and all disease of women, old or
young, cured by old Dr. Kessltr. 230ft Yam
hill st.. Portland. Or Private waiting-room
for ladies. Consultation tree. Call or writs.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLE8. ETC, RE
moved with electric needle: permanent cure)
electric massage tor wrinkles: 7 years ex p.
by lady operator: physicians' references.
Parlors 15-16 Lewis oldg. Phono Brown 057.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons tewed on and rips sewed up,
Prompt rails and deliveries. Unique Tailor?
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
'Heptameron' "A Modern Eden," "She Was
Doomed." "The Adventuress." "Gilded Vice."
"Traps for Men." "Women of Fire." "Temp
tation." "Sappho." 60c ea. Sen male. 229 1st.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment, $2; 3 months, $3. Sent sMureiy scaled
by mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke. Port
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A OOOD HUS
band or wife, and would like an opportunity
to become acquainted, address H 21, Orego
nlan. We print your name on SO callln: cards, prop
er size and style. 25c: 250 business cards. $1.
Brown & Schmale. 229 First. Portland. Or.
TOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MOitE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eysseli's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison L. bet. 1st and 2d.
AMATEUR SINGER V.' ANTED: SALARY $25
wf-ek. Newman's Theatrical Agency. 7th and
DR. LAMOTTB-S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best rn cure. 5 cents. All druggists.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 i.nJ 25 Tntx. All druggists
NERVOUSNESS AND RHEUMATISM treated
by vibration and baths. 392 Morrison at.
ilRS. DR. McCOY. Rcm House. 211 Is, ion
Salmon; electric treatment. Rooms 4-9.
PROPOSALS U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AG
rieulture. Office of the Secretary, Washing
ton. D. C, Dccemb-r 4, l'JOl. Sealed propo
sal will b rectived by the Secretary of Ag
rlculture until noon. Wednesday. January 15.
1902, for the erection Of buildings for the
Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Agri
culture, at each ot the following places.. viz.:
North Head, Port Crescent, and Tatoosh
Island. Wash., In accordance with plan and
specifications which may be obtained at the
Weather Bureau office at Portland, Or., and
at the oftles of the Chief of the Weather
Bureau. Wathlr.gton. D. C. The right Is re
served to reject any nnd all bids, or to waive
any detect or Informality In any bid. should
It be deemed In the Interest of the Govern
ment to do so. Separate proposals' for each
building must bs submitted, and must be In
closed in envelope1, sealed and marked "Pro
posal for the erection ot a Weather Bureau
building at one of the points named," and
addressed to the Secretary of Agriculture.
Washington, D. C. All proposals received
after the time stated for opening will be re
turned to the bidders. Bidders are. there
fore, requested to allow ample time for the
tranamUfllon of their bids by mall. JAMES
BONDS FOR SALE. $1&.000.00 WATER
works bonds, of Myrtle Point, Or. Sealed
bids will be received until noon, January 20.
1901, for the purchase of $18,000.00 U per
cent, 30-year bonds, optional with city to
pay same after 20 year-, for the purpose of
constructing a system of water works for the
City of Myrtle Point. Or., interest payable
Semi-annually at the office of the City Treas
urer. . Ireued in denominations of $100.00.
$500.00 and $1000.00. to suit purchasers, and
dated February 15. 1902. Each bid to be ac
companied by a deposit ot 3 per cent of bhh
"Board Of Coundlmen reserres right to reject
any or all bids.
L. A. ROBERTS. City Recorder.
OFFICE OF C. Q.-M.. VANCOUVER KAR
racks, Wash.. Dec 18, 1901. Wanted by the
U. S. 252 artillery horses. Dealers will b4
advleed of dates of purchase d3crlptnns,
etc. upon application to undersigned and by
conspicuously posted hand bills In their re
spective localltiK?; also dates when an In
spector will be present to Inspect such ant
mals as may bo presented. Animals will be
purchased in open market; places of pur
chase to be on lines of railroad -within States
of Oregon. Washington and Idaho. J. W.
-JACOBS. C. Q.-M.
BRITISH SHIP FALICLANDBANK. CAP
taln Robblns. from Santa Rosalia Neither
the mJLtr nor the undersigned consignee! of
the above-named vessel will be responsible
for any, debts that may be contracted by the
crew. Kerr, Glfford & Co,
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF Cus
toms of the Pert of Portland. Or., Dei. 12,
1901. Notice ot Sale of Seized Goods Notice
is hereby given that on the SOU. day of
December, 1901. at 2 o'clock P. M.. there
will be sold At public auction, at the H. S.
Appraiser wore, S2 North Front Jtreet,
Portland. Or., to the hlghert bidder, for' gold
coin of the Lf. S.. the following articles,
which have been seized for violation of the
U. S. customs and revenue laws, the name
being seizures Noj. 1443 and 1440. Consisting
of 350 cans of opium, one trunk and two
grips. L L. PATTERSON, Collector of Cus
tums. CAPITAL TO INVESTIGATE THE FOLLOW
Ing: Two mining cUlms. located Sumpter
district, on the same hill and slope with the
Golconda. Columbia and others of the beat
paying and best known In state, and is only
18X) feet from toe Golconda property. An
Interest in there claims Ik offered for sale,
the money to be used for davclopment; or
can arranje to bond the property to parties
willing to develop the earn. J. B. Froyer.
49 Flrut st.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLB
holding permanent positions with responslb.a
firms, upon their own name: ay pay menu:
strlctiy confidential. New Era Loan & Trust
Co.. room Vu. Ablngton bldg. Oitlco hours.
10 to 4.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITT ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or alury se
curity, at low rates C. V. Pallet. 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
ether securities; lowest rates. S. W. Kin,
re-otu 45 Washington bldg. liionr Hood 41a.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES?: NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. C02 Commercial blk.
LOANS IN HUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
classes of Security. It. I. Kcuerioa & Co..
room 5. Washington bldg. Pnone Clay 8t3.
,3 XND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. W A. Hathaway, room to,
Uashiugton bldg. Phone Hood 41X
LOANK ON MINING STOCK. FURNITURE.
Vla.no und u.her securities. 128 Third mu.
C H. Thi-:npwT.'s Cut-Kate Ticket Or.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and improved Valley farm.
W. A. Shaw .V Co.. 243 tJtark st.
$20a.C00 TO LOAN AT 6ii. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property ror sale and rn:.
Wm. a. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all oth'i good atctfrltl. W. H.
Nunn. 552 Sherlock bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CIT1 OR FARM
property at 0 and 7 per cent. C. F. Plympton.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Holl. room U Washington bldg.
LOANS ON chattels, salaries: low rates. Sea
us ftr-Jt. Mann & Co.. 004 Dekum buildlsrg.
MONEY TO LOAN. 11 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS IN
the heart of a rich mining and ttock district;
large and profitable trade; present owners
Firat-cla- grocery store; established trade;
low rent. Ames Mercantile Agency, 205
OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE IN THOR
oughly ttab!!hed and profitable business en
terprises In this city; reliable Information
furnished parties seeking locations. Ames
Mercantile Agency. 205 Ablngton building.
FOR g ALE-SALOON. BEST LOCATION IN
city, doing good buslnc; will sell the whole
or half Interest. Address Y 50. Oregonlan.
DRUG STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR BALE:
must sell. a& I cannot attend the store and
my practice. Dr. Everest, Gaston. Or.
CONFECTIONERY STORE. WITH STOCK
of grocerlff, for sale; living rooms; rent
cheap; good location. 494 Gllsan.
WANTED TEN PARTIES WITH $160 EACH
to Invest In safe proposition. L. Y. Keady
Co.. 327 Falling building.
FOR SALE 10-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE;
rooms full; paying well; central; no agents.
P 50. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Best-paying 70-room
hotel in Portland: $4000. T 35. Oregonlan.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-FRIDAY" NIGHT. DEC. 13. AT OR
near the depot, lady's carved leather bag.
containing half hunter gold watch, with short
gold chain and 3-penny piece attached. Finder
will be rewarded on returning to Canadian
Bank of Commerce.
LOST ENGLISH FOX TERRIER DOG.
marked white, with black and tan: answers
to name "Foxy." Return- to Byron Z. Holmes,
115 10th st. $10 reWard.
LOST WHITE BULL TERRIER PUP, AGED
3 months; can trimmed. Return to 274
Davis a., -or telephone Oregon ned 2044. L'h
LOST A BLACK AND TAN DOG. ABOUT 4
months old; answers to name of "Mike." Re
turn to C33 Flanders st., and receive suitable
LOST BROWN POCKETBOOK. CONTAIN
lng keys, on 2d or 1st, between Mill and
Jefferson sL Finder please leave at 283 1st.
TAKEN UP A YELLOW HORSE. OWNER
can have same by proving property and pay
ing expenses. COS East 19th.
Assnyers anil Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist. 204 Washington et.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 223 Stark st.
Accountant ami Auditor.
George T. Murto-i, 31R Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown 450. Bookkeeping, experttng. teaching.
OTTO KLEEMANN. SO GRAND AVENUE
north. Columbia ohone 5181.
E. H. MOOREHOUSE & CO., -.rUsts' material,
wall paper, picture moulding. 307 Wash.
NIXON & DOLPH. GENERAL PRACTITION
ers. Notaries Publlr. 502 Commercial bldg.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front t.. near Gllran. Ore. tel. Hd 1700.
COMPLETE STOCK OF ASBESTOS PIPE
and boiler covering, paper, engineers' sup
plies. Charles Gauid. 44-4H First st.
Air-cell asbestos holler and pipe covering.
Tatum & Bowen. Portland. Seattle. San Fr.
TOYOKUNI CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall. 254 Morrison, Factory. 237 Third st.
J. K. GILL &. CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
ts.il book-wllers and stationers. 133-35 3d st.
Carpenters and Builder.
JOHN A MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 Stark st.; oftlcc and store fixtures
bjUt ilid remodeled, altering and repairing
houses; grill wcrk. Phone Main 747.
Chiropodists nnd Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY fz ESTELLE DEVENT. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phone
Orant 10. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
He is the man you are looking for.
Mrs. Darldson treats bunions. Ingrown nails,
removes corns without pain. 803 Dekum,
OREGON FUEL CO.. DEALERS IN ALL
kinds coal and wood. 344 Morrison.
GILIIAM & ROBINSON. CIVIL ENGINEERS
nnd draftsmen. 430 Chamber of Commerce.
Mmn. Dr. HeKog, from Berlin, svlentiric re
vealer; tells entire life. past, present and fu
ture; 'consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; name- given; good advice; sure help;
mistake impossible; Imports genuine gypy
lore powder. Fee. $1 letter. $2. 303 Alder.
GERTRUDE MYREN RESTORES LOST AF
fection. unite) the separated, caue speedy
marriages, communlcntes with distant or de
parted friends; gives reliable advice on all
affairs of lite; utmost ratlsfactlon guaran
teed or no pay accepted. 25Si Morrison st.
MME. FRY. CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD
reader; specialty, love affairs, marriages and
divorces. Guarantees succers in business.
351 Morrt.6n. room 11.
MRS. LADD-FINNICAN. CLAIRVOYANT,
business medium; readings dally. 285 1st
HERMANN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, 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 i- CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN ft LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchant-. Front & D ts.. Portland. Or.
Corn lees SlcyllRhtM.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Baypr. 2G5 Second st.
Cosfnmes. Accordion Pinltinsr.
FEATHERS RENOVATED, gloves cleaned.
Chicago Costume House, 38S Morrlron st.
MRS. HELEN W. COPELAND. BURKHARD
Hall Dancing Academy; beginners" class,
Monday evening: advanced clam and hop.
Wednesday evening; aLo advanced class and
hop at Malr's Hall, Alhlna, Friday evening.
CORSET-MAKING; CORSETS MADE AND
repaired. Phone Russ 1700. Orders called for.
Dyeln; und Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER, proferstonai oyer and clean
er. 301 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Bed 131.
MRS. R. B. WEBBER. TEACHING THE
new tribe or anthropography phrenology, now
located at 392 Fourth, cor. Harrison. Houn
free from 2 to 5 P. 51.
Vander Nalllen Engineering School. 113 Fulton
St., Snn Fran. Ask for catalogue. Esth. 1801.
Superfluous hair, moles, removed by electric
needle: p-rmanent cure. 211 Falling bids.
Fence nnd "Wire Work.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIKK
Works. A. Carlson. 2S9 Eust Morrison fit.
Fnrs remodeled at half price. G. Konigsberg.'
cor. First and Taylor. Old furs bought.
Hnir Dressing: nnd 3-anfourlr.jr.
BERTHA A. TRULLINOER. SPECIALIST;
complexion, scalp treatments, manicuring;
ladles, gents. n- I.ewU bldg. Hood 281.
Harness and Snddles.
THE GEOHGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLK
riale saddlers and harness manufacturer,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 From ,
THE BREVMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddli and harness nifrs.. 4ddlery hard
ware, leather cf all kinds. 73 Front st.
IIiitrdrcssln;r, Toupees, Munlcnrlns.
PARIS HAIIt STORE. 303 WASH. ST.. UP-to-date
hair dressers, wigs and toupees for
ladles and gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS, 100 FIFTH ST.
Switches, toupees, halrdresslng. manicuring.
Hnir Good-. Turkish Dnths. Costumes
IMPERIAL HAIR STORE. 320 MORRISON
st,; hair goods and hair dressing: gen'.V
toupees a specialty, mrtiquerade costumes far
rent: Turkish baths, ladles only.
HAVE YOUR MAIL AND BAGGAGE SENT
to Hotel Touralne. Oakland. Cal. Strlctiy
first class, modern and new In alt- depart
ments. Train every 15 minutes to San Fran
cisco. Check baggage 10th Station, Oakland.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. ltrJ
First st,; Boyd t Arnold. General Agents.
Junk. Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank & Co., pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles. Iron, raga, hides,
pelts and tallow. 312 Front, Tel. South out.
Leather, and Flndluj-s.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. MFRS.
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe stora
supplies, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
J. A. Reld. mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers supplies. 207 Wash. st.
Wood and Iron-working, saw-mill and mining
machinery, engines and boilers, Worthlngton
pumps. Wllfiey concentrators, Mundy logging
and hoisting engines. Hoe chisel tooth t.awf.
Frlctlonlesa metal. Albany grease, Shultz belt
and lace leather. Tatum & Bowen. Portland.
Seattle. San Francisco.
Phoenix Hat Factory; latest styles mado to or
der. Hats cleaned, dyed, retrlmmed. Coun
try orders promptly attended to. 208 Stark.
Manufacturers of Ladles' Goodi
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE of silks, wraps,
drerslng gowns, waists, etc., for holiday
trade. Sing Chong & Co., 333 Morrison.
Marhle nnd Granite Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, marble, gran
ite and stone work. Scbanen & Nru. 208 1st,
THE SNOWDEN BATHROOMS, 131 4TH
st, near Alder; tub and vapor baths, with
maw-age: shampooing and Fcalp treatment.
Everything first class. Columbia telephone 5.
YOUNG LADY. JUST ARRIVED. GIVES
massage treatment. 303 Washington St.,
cor. Fifth, rcom 28.
GRADUATE OF MILLER'S MASSAGE
School. N. Y: Turkish, steam, alcohel baths.
RETURNED LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS
and massage treatments. Room 38, 313 I
Washington st. i
Select massage; lady from S. F.; bath, mas- J
neuc ireuiiut.n. jiuieicn o;uk.. room t.
DR. HOMER DE MORRISON. THE NOTED !
psycr.ic palmist and astrologer, can be con
sulted on business, mining, financial, domes
tic and love; locates mines, minerals, etc.
Oftlce 323 Washington St., Raleigh build
ing, parlors 23-30. Take elevator.
MRS. H. H. NEWCOMB. 225 FIFTH ST.,
mental science hsaler. Hours 1 to 8 P. M.
Orcson Viuvl Co.
LKU1S I.LLKt . 1'Ai.k AND i.K!.lSwN ST:?
Send 'or Health Book. Consultation tree.
Lcl- li. Uui.L. Tr. liL.it Of PIANO,
studio, third floor Auditorium.
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED ,SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at it7 Frour.
and will sell hiJ medicine as uual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP. SUITE 410 DEKUM
bldg. Examination free. Phone Jlaln 3-10.
Toke Point Oyster Co.. wholesale dealers In
oysters. 241 Ankeny st. 'Phone Main IBJS.
Navnl Architect !t Cons-altins Enjcr.
FRED A. BALLIN. 43 2d st, Tel. Oak 70. Ves
sels and machinery of all kinds designed, su
perintended, contracted for or surveyed.
MRS. STOCKS. SCIENTIFIC PAL5I1ST;
graduate of Chelro, and of Chirological Col
lege of Cal. Goodnough bldg.. suite 203.
MISS WARDELL. ASTROLOGER AND OC
CUR wonder. The Calumet, 7th and Alder.
LADD'S JEFFERSON-ST. CANYON FARM 13
open to receive stoc't. F. A. Miller. Supt-
GE1SLER PATENTS CO.. CHAM. OF COM,
We aecure nnd market patents for Inventions.
Physicians and nur-ceons.
DR. CORA C. TALBOT. SPECIALIST; 13
years" xpcrlencc In diseases of women; lat
est Improved method In the treatment of all
female trouoles; patients treated successfully
by mall. Of-.Ue 18I?, First st.
PR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
Dr Flora A. Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Olllce 517 The Dekum.
SPANISH RESTAURANT. 2G0 DAVIS. ORE
gon phono Clay S12. Genuine chicken tamales.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils.
Chas. E. Potter & Co.. mfrs. rubber stamps
seals, htenclls. 221 Failing bldg., Portland.
SAFES. FOR BANKS AND MERCHANTS,
bought and sold; lock-outs opened; general
repairs. Jail?. J. E. Davis, 00 Third .
Shuwcnsc.i and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson St Co., Sixth and Hoyt sts. ,
ALL IN TROUBLE CALL AND SEE MRS
Wallace, the famous pnychlc Ogives valuabla
advice on all affairs of life, traces absent
friuiids. mines, family dirllculiles. Always,
consult the btst. 107'a Flirt, rooms 7-8.
SEND 40C IN STAMPS WITH PHOTO, OR
stamp picture, for fuil su-lentine life read
ing. Professor II. Tnejuis. scientist, room
15. Hibernian buildinK. Portland, Or.
De Amaiidu!. 301 Wash., cor. I'ark. entrance
Park, reliable spiritual ni.dium, healer. Ufa
reader. Circles Tuesdays ana Thurs.. 8 P. M.
Frontzwettl. scientific palmist, mystic llfj
render, hold the key to .l mysteries. Con-
3ult the best. Fee 50e. 221 Morri3on.
Mrs. C. Cornelius, Alisky b.i., 3d and Morri
son; clrclm every iriday eve. Sittings dully.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth und Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance ratts lw; storage rates reasonable
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main' 777; Columbia 076.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at i-red BicXt-l'-i storehouse. 31 North Front.
Stnrugrc and Transfer.
C. O. PICK. olice 88 First, bet. Stark aud
Oak; phone 500. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; ewiiuioduuia lira
proof brick w:irehoue; t-mnt and Clay sis.
HOLM AN TRANSFER CO.; LARGEST FIRE
proof ware-home In city. Ofltce and wtorasa
warehouse. S. 10. 12 Front. ct.m-r Ankeny
Phono Orcgan Alain 157. Columbia 5W.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 50 THIRD ST..
whoUsale and ritai;; send for catalogue.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LKiHT Turkish baih-;
bouse. Ladle?. U to 3: gentlemen. 3:::i to i).
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
JOHN A. BECK, watches, diamonds. Jewelry,
silverware. 2U7 Mirrlsoi-. On evenings.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
cor. K. Front and Czvl it.. Portland. Or.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up
Transacts a General Banking Buslne-a,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for .um. of $10 and upwards,
and Interest allowed on minimum munthly bal
auce. Rates u application.
241 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR,
Designated Depository nnd Financial Agent o2
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLd
Ca-ibler G. E. WITHIN GTON
Astlstaut Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second AsUtr.t Cashier W. C ALVORD
Letters of credit Uaued. available in Europo
and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chtc-sro. St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omaha. Han Francisco aud the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In suavi to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-ou-the-Maln,
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADU TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a Geneial Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points an favorabla
terms. Letters of credit issued avallablo la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Slgnt Exchange and Teltj?raphlc Transfers
sold on New York. Wasnrngton. Chicago, St,
LouU. Denver. Omaha, San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Parts, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... 5S.250.000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAOER
R, LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters qf Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vlc-;-Pres!dent.
R. W. HOYT Cashier
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.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office, 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking bus:
ness. makes loans, discounts bills and lss'it-.
letters of credit available for travelers shd the
purchase of merchandise in any cltv of th
world. - Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager
AINSWORTH 'NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STS.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T. MORGAN Vlce-S-reideni
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant Cfcier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transact. a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities of the
United States nnd Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
V!e-Pres!dnt ,. JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER