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THE MOBXIXG OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY, 5, 1902.
Valley and In Idaho, with temperatures gener
ally above the freezing point.
Storm southwest warnings are displayed at
the mouth of the Columbia River and at rugct
The indications arc for rain In this district
"Wednesday, with mild temperatures.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending at midnight Wednesday. February 5:
Portland and vicinity Occasional rain, with
brisk to hich southwest winds.
Western Oregon and "Western "Washington
Occasional rain; brisk to high squally south
west winds, with louthwost gales at sea.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern "Washington and
Idaho Occasional rain or snow; brisk south
EDWARD A. REALS. Forecast Official.
Marquam Grand Theater Calvin Helllg. Mgr.
Thursday. Friday. Saturday nights, Feb. C,
7. b, Special Ladies and Children" Matinee
Saturday at 2:13 o'clock. Wilson's Ills Juven
ile Minstrel. -JO Child Minstrel 10 Spectac
ular Extravaganza. Minstrelsy. Opera. Catchy
Songs. Fancy Dances. Refined Specialties.
Evening prices Entire parquette. $1. Entire
arqueltt; circle. 75 Balcony. llrst C rows.
7.1c; last G row. 5oc Gallery. flnt 2 rows.
35c; all seats in rear, 23c. Boxes and loses.
57.50. SjM-clal lndlea' and children's matinee
Adults. .W; children. 25c- All seats reserved
at matinee. Advance sale now oion.
CORDRAVS THi- ..'En
One week. con....enclag SUNDAY NIGHT,
FEB. 'J. AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
F. J. Carpenter's Massive Production of the
Powerful Russian Melodrama,
"FOR HER SAKE."
"FOR KER SAKE."
"FOR HER SAKE."
A Thrilling Story of Far-Away Russia.
A Company of Uniform Excellence.
-V Stupendous Spectacular Sensation.
USUAL, PRICES-25e and 5ic.
THE RAKER THEATER
(.EG. I.. RAKER. Mgr.
I "hones Oregon North 1076. Columbia 50G.
HIGH-CLASS POLITE EASTERN
HIGH-CLASS rnUTK EASTERN
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:15 P. M..
TONIGHT AND REST or THE WEEK.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF 1JILL SUNDAY.
Evening 15c. 25e. 33c. 30c
Matinee 10c. 15c. 2.t
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER
CALVIN HE1LIG. Manager
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FE11. 7. 3 o'clock.
Owing to the great sucr.-ss of last night's con
cert at the Marquam Grand Theater,
THE CELERRATED PIANIST, will give an
entire change of programme at the Friday
afternoon recital. Prices Entire paniuctte.
51.50. Entire Marquette circle, 5L Balcony.
tn-st 6 rows. 75c; last (5 rows, 5c. Boxes and
logea. ?!0. Seat now on sale.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL-
SEVENTH AND ALDER STREETS
DE CAPRIO'S ORCHESTRA.
FLYNN'S LONDON GAIETY GIRLS,
BRYANT AND SAVILLE.
The clever knorkabout artists.
AUCTION SALES TO WAY.
At .10 A. M.. at 1S2 First st. J. T. Wilson,
At residence, 741 Overton st.. between 22d
and 23d. at 10 o'clock A. M. S. L. X. Gil
ANNUAL MEETING. The regular annual
meeting of th- stockholders of the Pacific
States Telephone & Telegraph Company will
be held at the olllce of the company. West
Park and Abler sts.. Portland. Or., on Thurs
day, the 13th day of February. 1902. at 2
o'clock P. M.. for the purto. of electing a
Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing
year and for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting.
F IV. EATON. Secretary.
"WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. All members
of Prospect Camp. No. HO, are requested to
meet at Finlry & Son'.", Third nd Jefferson
-ts., Thursday, Feb. 0. at 2 P. M.. to attend
the funeral of our late neighbor. William
Whigbnm. All rnemlKHs of the order are re
quested to be present.
J. J. JENNINGS, C. C.
Attest: GEO. W. TABLER. Ck-rk.
WASHINGTON .LODGE. NO. 40.
A. F. & A. M. Stated meeting this
(Wednesday) evening. Work. All
Mxstcr Masons cordially Invited. By
order of the W. M.
J. A. NEWELL. Sec
PORTLAND CHAPTER. NO. .1. R.
A. M. Special convocation tills
( Wednesday) evening at 7:30. Work In
the P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. By
order of the E. H. 1.
HENRY ROE. Sec
ORIENT LODGE. NO. 17. I. O. O. F. Regu
Irx meeting this (Wednesday) -venlng at 8
o'clock, cor. Grand avc and East Plnc st.
Visiting brothers invited. First degree.
W. AV. TERRY. Sec
SAMARITAN LODCE. NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Wednesday) evening at
8 o'clock. Third degree. Visitors welcome.
M. OSVOLD. Sec
WAIT In this city, at Patton Home. Feb. 4.
1002. Mary Flngg Walt, aged 7h years and 7
dnys; aunt of Mrs. C. R. Donncll. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to
attend the funeral services at th? chape! of
J. P. Flnley .t Son. cor. Third and Jefferson
stp.. today at 2:30 P. M. Interment at Salem,
WH1GHAM Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral serv
ices of the late William Whlgham. Thursday.
Feb. 0. at the chapel of J. 1'. Flnley & Son.
at 2 P. M. Interment at Rlvervlcw cem
etery EDWAHI) IIOLMA.N. Undertaker. -Ith
ami Ynmhlll sis. Itcnn Stliisnu. lady
uasistnut. Both illumes No. HOT.
J. 1 FINLEY & SON. Undertaker?..
bndy assistant. 'ZT, Third st. Tel. 1).
PART OF OFFICE TO RENT. BEST LOCA
tlon; references required. Apply 090 Flan
ders. Telephone Green 11.
On Improved city and farm property.
R. LIVINGSTONE. 224 Stark st
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For loans on most favorable terms. Municipal
and school bonds purchaser. W. H. Fear,
300-7 Falling building.
Netting 5 rer cent to 8 per cent for sale.
J. W. CRUTHERS & CO.. 314 Cham, of Com.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rate. Building loans. Installment
loan.. MacMaster & Birrell, 311 Worcester blk.
Notice Is hereby given that the County Su
perintendent of Multnomah 'County will hold
the regular examination of applicants for state
and county papers in room 22, Park School
building. Portland, as follows:
FOR STATE PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday. February 12. at 9
o'clock A. M.. and continuing until Saturday,
February 15. at 4 o'clock P. M.
Wednesday Penmanship, history, spelling,
algebra, reading, reboot law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
teaching, grammar, bookkeeping, physics, civil
Friday Physiology, geography, mental arith
metic composition, physical geography.
Saturday llotany. plane geome'try. general
history, English literature, psychology.
FOR COUNTY TAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, February 12. at 9
o'clock A- M., and continuing until Friday,
February 14. at 4 o'clock I. M.
FIRST. SECOND AND THIRD-GRADE CER
TIFICATES. Wednesday Penmanship, history, orthogra
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory of
teaching, grammar, school law.
Friday Geography, mental arithmetic, physi
ology, civil rovernment.
Wednesday Penmanship, orthography, read
Thursday Art of questioning, theory of
teaching, methods, physiology.
R. F. ROBINSON.
County School Superintendent.
TI3IBER LAND FOR SALE.
TIMBER LANDS IN SMALL AND LARGE
tracts. Wc have 1120 acres of very fine tim
ber on the Sluslaw at a bargain. Also large
tract tributary to the Columbia River. M.
nilllncs. 229 Morrison st.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms." "Rooms and Board," "Housekeep
ing Rooms." "Situations Wanted." 15 words or
less. 15 cents; 1C to 20 words, 20 cents; 21 to
23 words, 25 cents, etc No discount for ad
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today," 30 cents for 15 words or less; 10 to
20 words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents,
etc first insertion. Each additional insertion,
one-half; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" ((gauge measure agate). 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per line
for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this
cflice. should always be Inclosed In scaled en
velopes. No stamp Is required en such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for
rrors in advertisements taken thrcugh the
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
IN HOOD RIVER VALLEI 210 ACRES; 50
In cultivation, balance In pasture and tim
ber; free water for Irrigation, large house
and barns fur 30 head mock, good for but
ter, dairy, stock or fruit ranch; in apple
district, 12 miles south of town. A bar
gain for 30 days. 53300 cash.
acres good berry land, all fenced, spring
near by. This Is unimproved, but easily
cleared. Price 575 an acre. ;.
A bargain for 30 days 2 acres cnoice berry
land. 1 mile from town; good house and barn,
well and ditch, and all fenced. Price 5Soo.
or half down, balance at S per cent. A
15 acres good fruit land. 550 as It stands,
or 5000 buy) it all cleared; land is fenced:
C miles from town.
100 acres of the finest apple land In the
Valley; all fenced and watered by ditch; 5
miles from town; enough timber on land to
pay for clearing. Can be had for 550 an
acre. It Is a bargain for fruit land.
40 acre apple and berry land; 100 apple,
cherry, peai and peach trees, 2 acres In ber
ries; H mile to school, 2 miles from town;
(-room houfe, large barn; all fenced, well
at house, irrigation ditch, and 20 acres in
timber. Price 52500; 51500 down, balance V
Government claim located for 550.
PRATHER INVESTMENT CO..
Hood River. Or.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS; NEW 9
room house, on southeast corner 19th and
Marshall sts.; complete in every particular.
B. M. Lombnrd. 514 Chamber of Commerce.
NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN; 51600.
Very nice C-room house, full lot. lots of fruit,
near Morrison street-car line; 52fO0. Charle
ston & Staub. 245V Morrison, room 12.
THE WHOLE OR PART OF 4S-ACRE FRUIT
farm: patily iu city limits of Portland;
convenient to street-car; suitable to plat; a
snap. M. Billings. 22!) Morrison sL
FOR SALE TWO NEAT COTTAGES AT
Woadlawn: 5-S00 each. After March 1 the
price will be 51C0O each. M. Billings. 229
FOR SALE-51000: HOUSE AND BARN. TWO
lots. 50x105 each, in Kinzel Park. Mount
Tabor. Inquire James Hyland, 281 2d, Ad
ministrator. RESIDENCE PROPERTY. ALL KINDS OF
fruits. line little home, for Portland property
or small business. Address Box 1). Hubbard,
MOUNT TABOR LAND CHOICE. CHEAP
and convenient tract of 17 acres on western
slope. F. V. Andrews & Co., Hamilton bldg.
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE. OFFICE.
Lents, Or. All kinds property cheap. Take
Mount Scott car: fare 5 cents. O. It. Additon. i
FOR SALE 4-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT;
modern conveniences. A;ply to owner, U93
East Main St., between :.3d and 3!th.
THREE HOUSES AND FIVE LOTS, 50x1(0
each, in Kenllworth Addition; bargain; no
agents. S 4. Oicgonian.
VERY DESIRABLE 7-ROOM HOUSE. 730
Irving St.. near 23d. Inquire Strong's ttudlo.
ONLY FOUR MORE LEFT OF THOSE 523
lots on St. Johns car line. See Brown, 392
FOR SALE HOUSE. FOUR LOTS. WITH
fruit, cor East 17th and Brooklyn. Phone
FOR SALE-HOUSE. LOT AND WELL. FOR
$150. John B. Bulenschoen. Peninsular. Or.
I-'OR SALE FARMS.
A SNAP 50 ACRES. NEARLY ALL
cleared; fine orchard, new drier, house and
barn; only 5300ft; nine miles from Portland.
12 acres line berry land near ML Talmr; 5150
per acre. Charleson & Staub. 245 Morrison,
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
& Birrell. 311 Worcester block.
TO EXCHANGE FARM PROPERTY FOR
Portland or suburban real estate. Thone
WANTED TO LEASE-MAN TO LEASE OR
take half Interest In 7(oo-acre ranch; -S2.I0
acies deeded land, balance .leaaMl; free
water: own ditch covers 3000 acres; finest
kind of hay and pasture land. Address box
IMS. Boise. Idaho.
U A NTKD It ISA L ESTATE
WANTED-L1ST YOUR FARMS AND CITY
property with tis. We have large Eastern
correspondence, and Insure good results. D.
L. McLcod. 220 Falling building.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
INVESTIGATE THIS-I WOULD LIKE TO
corres;ond or call on any one that would
like to Invest in mining stock. We have tne
propeity; we hs.ve the ore; we are near the
200-foot level, with complete machinery on
some to reach the 350-foot level. We may
not need any more money than we have got,
but to make sure we will sell 10.000 shares
treasury stock at 15c ier share. J. F. Ny
lander. 3.":o4 Johnson st.-
FOR SALE-LARGE HOUSEBOAT. IN USE
tor one 'year, at a bargain if taken imme
diately. Call on A. H. Pierce, foot Market
t., or E 10. care Oregonian.
FOR SALE ANGORA GOATS (BILLIES,
nannies and wethers); also Cotswold sheep
(rams and ewes). Edward L. Naylor. Forest
Furniture wagons, trucks, hacks, coupe; also
200 other vehicles. 250 setSvhaniess. 100 sad
dles. Tomllnson i Hall. 211 Washington st.
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes, RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office up
plles. Coast Agency Co.. 2t0, Stark tU
FIVE SHARES PORTLAND U. S. NATION
al Bank stock at par; pays 0 per cent divi
dend. Address W 10. care Oregonlan.
SAFES NINE SECOND-HAND SAFES. FINE
condition, 525 to -200: your price, to make
room for new stock. 205 Second st.
FOR BEST DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD,
sawed or 4-foot, go to Hoover's Wood Yard,
313 Water M. Telephone South G51.
FOR SALE ONE WHITE'S PATENTED
combination fireproof safe; price 550. Salem
Woolen Mills. S3 Third st.
FOR SALE GOOD. SOUND. GENTLE HORSE
5 -years old. weight 1000 pounds. J. W. New
ton, 329 Front st.
BARGAIN $45 BUYS BAY HORSE. 7 YEARS
old. welchs 1100. sound. Call barn. Third
FOR SALE YOUNG CHEHALIS MARE:
also buggy and harness. At A. C. Pike's. 107
A GOOD. FRESH COW AND CALE: OR Ex
change for beef cows. OGTt Mllwauklc. ccr.
Wolfsteln buys and sell all kinds wagons,
buggies, harness, farm Implements. 227 Front.
BOOKS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED
at the Old Book Store. 229 YamhllL
HELP WANTED MALE.
FOR HELP AND WORK SEE THE CANA
DIAN EMPLOYMENT CO. Three otllces. The
largest and most reliable company In the
Northwest. Printed guarantee of 30 days
on every fee. Loggers and mill men our Spe
cialty. Local and bank references. Address
all orders to main ofllces. Sash and door
framemaker. 53; splint basket-makers. 52 to
52.50; men and teams, haul poles. 55 to 57.
haul wood 50c; R. R-. 54. station work; ma
chinists and pattern-makers, .33.25 to 53.3.);
land clearers. 550; boltcutters. 51: woodchop
pers. SOc to $1.25: farm hands and milkers.'
520 to 523. Canadian Employment Co., 22J5
Morrison. Branches 247 Burnelde and 51
HARPER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED
States History. 10 volumes, now ready. Only
work of the kind. Covers entire field, from
earliest explorations to 1902. Sold only by
subscription. Solicitors, desirins territory, ad
dress, with references and experience. Har
7cr & Brothers. Franklin Square, New York.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 33, cit
izens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to Re
cruiting Orflcer, Third and Stark sts.. Port
nELP WANTED MALE.
12S FIRST STREET.
THONE GRANT Sll. AND
BOOKKEEPERS. STENOGRAPHERS AND
clerks, ail lines, either sex. wishing better
positions please call and register; no fee
until situation Is secured. Clerks' Registra
tion Bureau. Labbe building.
Men to learn the barber trade. Constant prac
tice and expert Instruction until competent.
Catalogue ar.d full particulars mailed free.
Molcr Barber College. San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED A GOOD. WIDE-AWAKE NEWS
paper advertising solicitor. Bee Publishing
Co.. 1C2 Second st.
FOR SALE 1000 SHARES CASCADIA M. &
D. stock, at 35 cents, worth 50. Address
R 1, care Oregonlan.
WANTED A BRIGHT. ACTIVE OFFICE
boy. Address, giving references'. Wholesale,
S4, care Oregonlan.
WANTED-A QUARTZ MINER; MUST BE
first-class man, able to handle air drills. X 7,
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN; BIG
wages; city and country. 213 Commercial blk.
BOYS WANTED. WESTERN UNION TEL--graph
Co.. 101 Third st.
SECOND COOK. CAMP. 525; 5 HOTEL
waitresses. $20; nurse girls; second girl:
cooks and housework, 512 to 525- Call, cvery
lody. Lady clerks. Canadian Parlors. 226
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR CEN
oral housework; three In family; 520 per
month. Address 12S East 3Td si. Telephone
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. WORKING
housekeeper, widower's family; another town.
St. Louis Agency. 230 Yamhill. Phone
WANTED A GIRL OR A MARRIED WOM
an to do dining-room work in a camp; no
objection to a child. Call at 51 Third st
WANTED-THREE EXPERIENCED SALES
lad.es for millinery, two for cloaks, city.
Clerks" Registration Bureau, Labbe building.
IMMEDIATELY COMPETENT SECOND
girls, cooks and housekeepers. St. Louis
Agency. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
cooking and general housework. Apply morn
ings, 741 Hoyt st.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking. Apply at 393 12th
st.. cor. Harrison.
WANTED-SCHOOL GIRL TO ASSIST IN
housework for her board; reference. 218
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENER-
a! housework. Apply 3S1 10th, cor. Mont
ACME EMP. EUREAU. 1S5 MORRISON. Help
free to employers. Phone North 2331. tlol. 2S7
Wanted Housework girls, fev 50c when cash.
R. G. Drake. 203' Washington St.. room IS.
GIRLS WANTED FOP. GENERAL HOUSE
work: washing sent out. 314 Clay m.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; renall family. 091 Gli.an st.
GIRLS WANTING GOOD PLACES CALL AT
2-.U Third. Working Girls' Home.
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK; GOOD
wages. G74 Everett st.
SITUATIONS "WANTED MALE.
YOUNG MAN. 2fl YEARS OF AGE. GERMAN,
one year In America; speaks English; skilled
on scientific Instruments, such as for astron
omy, nautical, medical instruments, etc..
wants a position. Please write to & 8. care
POSITION ,vS MINING FOREMAN: HAVE"
had 20 years' exierioncc in all branches of
practical mining; best of reference. Address
J. T. Kenwood. 421 tj East Sixth-Morrison
sts.. Portland. Or.
SITUATION WANTED BY A STOUT. IN
telltgent youth. 17 years of age. living with
parents: well acquainted with city and used
to driving. Address Y 10, Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
DRESSMAKING TAUGHT SYSTEMATICAL
ly by Ellen Drake, graduate of the McDow
ell School. Chicago; perfect-fitting patterns;
only 25c. McDowell School, 170 loth at.;
V2.50 starts you.
DRESSMAKER WILL SEW BY THE DAY
or In shop. X it. care Oregonian.
WANTED BY COMPETENT GIRL. SITUA
tlon to do upstairs work and sewing. 230'
Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
ORDER CHAMBERMAIDS. WAITRESSES,
either union or not: demestics. Drake. 205
Washington. Clay 445.
THREE GOOD GIRLS. ONE COLORED. GEN
eral work. Working Girls' Home. 291 Third.
Phone Hood 4&9.
SITUATION WANTED BY SWEDISH GIRL,
to do chamberwork or general housework.
F lo. Oregonian.
TWO GIRLS WISH DAY WORK; WILL
do laundry, sweep, cook. 553 Morrison.
Phone Red 4M.
A LADY, 2S. WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
houekeepcr for widower. J 10, care Orego
WIDOW WISHES THE CARE OF ONE OR
two children; good home. O 10. care Orego
nian. Work wanted for any kind help. Drake. 203i
Washington, room IS. Phone Clay 445.
PROFITABLE WORK OFtERED AGENTS
In every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladles' Home Journal and the Saturday
Evening Post. We want agents who will
work thoroughly and with uuMnesa system
to cover each section with our illustrated
little booklets and other advertising matter,
and to look sharply after renewals from old
subscribers. The pay is llrst rate, and at
the end of the season 520.000 VvllI be given
the best workers as extra prizes for good
work. How well some of our agents have
succeeded Is tcld In a little booklet we would
like to 3end you portraits of some of our
best agents, with the story of how they made
It pay. The Curtis Publishing Co.. Philadel
$100 WEEKLY IN MAIL-ORDER BUSINESS;
conducted by any one, anywhere; particulars
for stamp. Central Supply Co., Kansas
WANTED TO RENT.
BY RELIABLE PEOPLE. AN S OK 9-HOOM"
modern house; must be In good neighbor
hood; references; willing to pay good price
for right house. B 11, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT FURNISHED' COT
tage oh West Side, for long time: man and
wife (no children); responsible parties. K 1,
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY. ROOM AND
board In private family; centrally located.
A 3. care Oregonlan.
MODERN FURNISHED COTTAGE OR FLAT.
In desirable location; references exchanged.
V 10. Oregonlan.
WANTED-A ROOM. WITH HEAT. SU1T
able for kindergarten; centrally located. G
FURNITURE. STOVE AND ALL KINDS OF
second-hand household articles bought or
taken In trade Zimmerman. 24 First. Teb
North 1040. We sell for cash or credit.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
off olothlng and shoes. 02 North 3d. Phon
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
PASSENGER STEAMBOAT; DESCRIBE
fully, ftate speed and price. Address W. W..
04 Tacoma avc. south. Tacoma. Wash.
SECOND-ILiND NO. 2 SMITH PREMIER
typewriter, from private party. Address 435
FOR RENT A BAY-WINDOW ROOM IN A
private family; all conveniences; three blocks
from the Portland Hotel. Inquire at 327
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. COR. PARK
and Alder sts., formerly The' Spalding, under
new management The most complete apartment-house
In the Northwest; ateam heat,
gas. porcelain baths, every modern conven
ience: rates 75c per day and upward. Fur
nished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 14TH YEAR;
rooms, with board: use of sewing-room: use
of library: Woman's Exchange;' Industrial
School. Address Mrs. C. E. George. Super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
THE PLEASANTON. SS Third at. Fine fur
nished sunny rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; tiansicnt solicited. Phone South 251.
The Calumet. Seventh and Alder New, mod
ern, steam-heated rooms. 51 per day and up;
reasonable rates per week or mo. Free bath.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern convenience; references.
FOR RENT NICE AND COMFORTABLE
rooms, to four or five gentlemen, with good
references. Call at 153 East Sixth.
PLEASANT. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM;
H-e minutes .from postotilce; every conven
ience. 312 Clay, near Sixth.
TLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM. FOR ONE
or two gentlemen; heat, bath, gas. If de
sired. 343 Third.
THIRD ST.. 1S9V& WELL - FURNISHED
large rooms: front, 52, 51.50; side, 51.25;
back. 51 week.
MANHATTAN COURT: NEW BRICK BUILD
lng. steam heat, new furniture. 311V4 Stark.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, VERY CEN
tral; all conveniences. 347 Taylor, near "th.
CLEAN. STRICTLY RESPECTABLE FUR
nlshed rooms. 2M TarooJU.
FURNISHED ROOM. 212 SEVENTH. COR.
ItoouiN AVI tli Ilonrd.
OPPOSITE CITY HALL. 2SS JEFFERSON
Neatly furnished basement room, with first
class tnblo board, suitable for "one or two;
THE SOUTHERN. COR. WEST PARK AND
Yamhill Select family hotel; table and serv
ice first-class; under new management.
THE VENDOME. COR. 13TH AND ALDER
Select family hotel: tabic and service first
class; under new management.
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD; MOD
ern conveniences. 350 Madison St.. cor. Park.
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY
at 520 per month. C 10. Oregonlan.
SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS; HOT AND
cold water; with beard. 213 12th st.
FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH BOARD. 223
2C3 KNOTT ST. TWO LARGE. SUNNY
housekeeping rooms, on ground floor; hot and
cold water. ;wlth sink, woodshed, otoreroom.
large ya:d;'uee of phone. Pink 1744; $7
?S PER MONTH: 3-ROOM FLAT; PANTRT.
woodshed: furnished for housekeeping; tree
water and telephone. C34 Seventh-street Ter
race. FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping; alcove, closets, bath and gas; to
parties without children. 514 East Oak.
347 HALL VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS,
completely furnished for houaokeeplngtfevery
convenience: gas range, telephone, bath.
3SS JEFFERSON FIVE ROOMS. FURNISH
ed complete for housekeeping; bath; central
location; no children; references.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS; SUITE OF THREE
rooms. 5C; three rooms. 57.50; water Included
in. price. ICG North 10th st.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE
keeplng. en suite or transient. 225 1st st..
between Salmon and Main.
203 11TH ST. THREE ROOMS AND AL
cove, furnished for housekeeping; pleasant;
convenient; phone, bath.
ONE FRONT ALCOVE ROOM. FOR HOUSE
keeplng. with carpet, curtains and shades.
Apply 533 Morrison st.
TWO UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. FOR
sleeping or light housekeeping; no children.
314 Madison, cor. Sixth.
TWO NICE ROOMS. FURNISHED. FOR
housekeeping: hot and cold water. Phone
Hood 143. 014 Front.
231 i MARKET THREE LOVELY. LIGHT,
clean, newly furnished rooms, for housekeep
ing; no children.
HOUSEKEEPING TWO OR THREE FUR
nlshed room?, second floor; low rent. 320U
Front and Clay.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; ONE LARGE
room, suitable for light housekeeping. 3:1
North Sixth st.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED . HOUSE
kecplng rooms; cloets and sink; no children.
09 N. 13th st.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
with gas range, telephone and bath. 533
2G2 14TH FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms1, two or more; new. modern house; also
NICE FRONT ALCOVE ROOMS. WITH
bath: clcee in. S3 Seventh st.. between Stark
HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE. NICELY FUR
nlshed; rent $13. 515 20th 8U. Portland
253 SIXTH ST.. COR. MADISON FURNISH
etl housekeeping rooms; all conveniences: best
30S't FIRST ST. ROOMS. FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping; gentlemen and transients.
433 ALDER LIGHT. AIRY. DESIRABLE
rooms; central location: bath. gas. phone.
The Graham. 545U Wash. Sunny suites; gas
ranges, porcelain baths, etc., free phone.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING AND OTHER
rooms; steam heat and gas. 95 11th st.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; three sulus. 2474 Fifth st.
FURNISHED HOUSEKKEPING ROOMS; NO
children SI Seventh St.. cor. Oak.
THREE ROOMS. PARTIALLY FURNISHED.
423'. East Clay.
NEW FLAT. MODERN IN EVERY PARTIC
ular. 7 rooms, attic, basement, porches and
yards, frcnt and back: choice neighborhood;
West S!d. Address K 10, care Oregonlan.
FOR RENT-795 IRVING ST.. COR. 24TH:
modern S-room house; choice location and
neighborhood; Immediate possession; rent 545.
Portland Trust Co., 109 Third st.
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN FLAT. FURNISHED
if desired; 24th St.. near Irving. Inquire Dr.
Rand. Dekum building. Telephone Brown
FOR RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE. 004 CORBETT
&t.. near Lane; 511 per month; Immediate
po3se?jlon. Portland Trust Co., 109 Third st.
FOR RENT 392 EAST 15TH ST.. COR. HAN
cock; 12-room house: rent 535; Immediate
permission. Portland Trust Co., 109 Third st.
COTTAGE. 333 SEVENTH AND MADISON;
modern Improvements, thoroughly renovated;
530. John Klorterman. 10th and Burnslde.
THREE-ROOM FLAT IN THE SEVILLA,
unfurnished. Inquire Janitor, flat A, on Mar
ket St.. between First and Second.
730 IRVING: 7 ROOMS: VACANT FEB. 15;
will sell carpets. Inquire Strong's studio,
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 24G STARK ST.,
tents and Insurance. Telephone 343.
FOR RENT SIX ROOMS AND BASEMENT,
furnished house; bath, electric lights. 434
E. 7th st.
House for Rent Fnrpltnre for Sale.
FURNITURE FOR SALE. HOUSE FOR
rent. 1SS Park St., between Taylor and Yam
hill. FOR RENT FLAT OF 5 ROOMS. WITH
furniture for sale. 50 North Seventh.
FINE STORE AND BASEMENT. 2S3 YAM
hlll; formerly occupied by American Book
Co. Apply at office. Goodnough building.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. 52; 3 months. 55. Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Port
MME. AZA HOLMES. COMPLEXION. HAIR
and scalp specialist, will give special talks
and advice free to ladles this week. Oriental
Beauty Parlors. 312V, Washington at., room 9.
77 WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROM
Irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhoea
(whites) and all diseases of women, old or
young, cured by old Dr. Kcssler, 230 Yam
hill at.. Portland. Or. Private waiting-roots
for ladles. Consultation free. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-tent stamps.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rlpj sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Ur.lque Tailor
ing Co., 347 Washington, opposl'.e Cordray's.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIK. MOLES. ETC.. RE
moved with electric needle: permanent euro;
electric massage for wrinkles; 7 years' xy.
by lady operator; physicians' references.
Parlors 15-10 Lewis oldg. Phone Brown 057.
A CLEAR COMPLEXION IS A JOY FOR
cver. We can remove superfluous hair, wrin
kles and all facial blemishes PERMANENT
LY. Thin and faded hair corrected. N. Y.
Electro Therapeutical Co.. 702 Marquam bldg.
J'X.etter-Writer." "Love Letters." "Art of Mak
ing Love." "Hoyle's Games." "Fortune Tell
ing." "Conjuring." "Dream Book." "Dance
Call Book." 25c each. Schmale. 229 First.
iWINONA MILLS' FINE SEAMLESS Ho
siery sold from samples direct to the con
sumer at mill prices; large sizes a specialty.
Oltlee 43 Hamilton building. 131 Third.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and style. 23c: 250 business cards. 51.
Brown & Schmale. 229 First. Portland. Or.
$3.00 SPECTACLES FOR 51.00: FITTED BY
expert opticians. Oregon Optical Co.. 173
4th at., under' Y. M. C A. building.
GENTLEMAN. ACQUAINTANCE WITH A
middle-aged, respectable lady, etc Address
H 10, care Oregonlan.
BETZ' HOT-AIR BATHS: SURE CURE FOR
rheumatism. Hibernian bldg.. Gth and Wash.
MRS. DR. McCOY and assistant; electric treat
ments. Ross House. 21 1H First, cor. Salmon.
DR. LAMOTTE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure. 25 cents. All druggists".
Geneva Ltthla Mineral Water cures kidney,
bladder and stomach troubles. 203Vi Wash.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 and 25 cents. All druggists'.
School bocks bought, oold and exchanged.
Jones' Book Store. 291 Alder St.. Portland.
MRS. F. J. LYNCH. SCALP SPECIALIST;
electric and vapor baths. 208 Allsky bldg.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? MAR
rlage paper. 10c. Box 600. Portland. Or.
JOBBING CONCERN, ONE OF THE MOST
profitable In the city;, .trade Increasing each
month; large orders for Spring delivery:
owner has Interests calling him elsewhere;
about 510,000 required. Ames Mercantile
Agency. Abington building.
OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE IN THOR
oughly established and profitable business en
terprises In this city; reliable Information
furnished parties seeking locations. Ames
Mercantile Agency. 203 Abington building.
GROCERY BUSINESS, ONE OF THE BEST
stands In city, can be had on reasonable
terms; thU Is an exceptional opportunity.
Ames Mercantile Agency.
FOR LEASE AT A BARGAIN ROOMING
hduse containing 22 rooms; best part of
Lower Alblna. Apply to M. F. Hamilton, 84
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR 19
lots In Seattle, Carmodo & Adtz' First Addi
tion to Klrkland? Wm. Murphy, .Chchall.
DRUG STORE IN CITY. WELL ESTAB
llsbed and doing good cash business; Inves
tigate; no trlfiers. Address C 7, care Orego
nlan. CANDY AND CIGAR STORE FOR SALE.
?300; or will sell peanut roaster and show
cases separately. GOO Washington st.
I HAVE 51000 TO 51500 TO INVEST IN LE
gltlmate mercantile or manufacturing busi
ness. L 10. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Best-paying 70-room
hotel In Portland: 54000. T 35. Oregonlan.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Otllce of Purchasing Commissary. San Fran
cisco, Cal.. January 30. 11)02. Sealed propo
sals for furnishing and delivering of such
quantities of subsistence supplies, delivered
at such wharf or such warehouses in San Fran
cisco. Cal., as per circular, to be seen at this
ofllce. will be received here until 11 o'clock
A. - M.. Tuesday. February IS. 1002. and
opened Immediately thereafter In presence of
bidders. Speclilcatlons, general Instruction tf
bidders and blank form of proposals will be
furnished to established dealers on applica
tion to W. H. BALDWIN. Major. Commis
sary. I". S. Army, Purchasing Commissary.
PORT OF PORTLAND, GC0 WORCESTER
Block Sealed proposals for furnishing the
following Items tor the 30-lnch hydraulic
dredge will be received at this ofllce up to
noon of February 22. 1002. Information may
be obtained uron application. Proposals are
to be separated, as follows:
1. Auxiliary machinery.
2. Centrifugal pump.
4. Pipe line.
5. Rubber sleeves.
PORT OF PORTLAND. (W0 WORCESTER
Block Sealed proposals for certain altera
tions and repairs to the 20-lnch hydraulic
dredge will be received up to noon. February
15. 1902. Information may be obtained on
application at this otilce.
PORT OF PORTLAND, GGlI WORCESTER
Block Plans and specifications will be re
ceived at this otllce up to noon, February 15.
1902. for a steam propeller tender for 30
lnch hydraulic dredge now building. Gen-
eral specifications may be obtained on appli
cation to this office.
BRITISH SHIP FULWOOD. CAPT. JONES,
from Tnlcahuano Neither the master nor the
undersigned consignees of the above-named
vessel will be responsible for any debts that
may be contracted by the crew. Taylor,
Young & Co.. Agents.
BRITISH SS. HATASU. FROM MANILA. P.
I. Neither the captain nor the undsralgned
consignees of the above-named vessel will be
responsible for any debts that may be con
tracted by the crew. Pacific Export Lumber
NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Lewis and Clark Centennial
and American Pacific Exposition and Oriental
Fair Pursuant to an order of the Board of
Directors of the above-named company, made
and entered January 27, 1002, a special meet
ing of the stockholders of said company Is
hereby called, to be held at the rooms of the
Portland Chamber of Commerce, No. 24G
Washington st., at Portland. Or., on Wednes
day, the 12th day of February. 1902. at 3
o'clock P. M., for the purpose of taking such
action as may be deemed necessary to In
crease the capital stock of the company, and
for the amendment or repeal of existing by
laws, and to adopt such other by-laws as
may be deemed expedient, and for the trans
action of such other business as may arise In
the stockholders' meeting. All tlw subscrib
ers to the capital stock of the company are
hereby rrquested to attend this meeting.
H. W. CORBETT. President.
HENRY E. REED. Secretary.
Dated January 29. 1902.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OR STOLEN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
warrants numbered 9212. 927(5. 9290. SGU2.
9249 9242. 9321. 0310. 9245. U234. 9237. 9232.
02C0. 0272. 92SG. 1)182. S724. Reward paid
and no questions asked If returned to P. O.
box 408. Oregon uuy. ur.
LOST GOLD BROOCH, SET WITH 17
pearls, with Rhine stone In center. Finder
pleaYe return to 207 Grant. Telephone Front
LOST LADY'S BLACK POCKETROOK; CEN
tral part of city: some money and papers.
Return Miss D'Orsay, Meier & Frank's. Re
ward. GERTRUDE MYREN. CLAIRVOYANT, 2GS;
Morrison, tells you all from cradle to grave:
LOST BETWEEN OAK AND MORRISON,
on Front St.. silver-mounted purse. Return
72 Front. Reward.
FOUND A PURSE. NEAR "WASHINGTON
and First, last Saturday. Inquire 491 Gllsan
LOST A BELT OF BLACK SATIN RIBBON,
with steel buckle. Return Oregonlan olflce.
FOUND A MASONIC EMBLEM PIN. OWN
er can recover same at 128 Third st.
LOST SCOTCH COLLIE PUP; LEATHER
collar. Return 115 West Park.
LOST A RUBBER BICYCLE CAPE. RE
turn to 3J2 Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett, 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant S3C
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions with responsible
Arms, upon their own names; easy payments:
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Era Loan & Trust Co.. room 20G
Abington bldg. Office hours, 10 to 4.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 413.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 602 Commercial blk.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK. FURNITURE,
pianos and other securities. 12S Third st..
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Olllce.
55 AND UP IN SUMS TO SUIT ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room
10 Washington building. Phono Hood 413.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM 53 TO 5500; ON ALL
classes of security. R. I. Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay SS3.
5200.000 TO LOAN AT 51i. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
MONEY TO LOAN. C AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 213 Stark st.
LOANS ON CHATTEL AND SALARY E
curltv; strictly confidential. Portland Claim
Agency. 315 Allsky bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY ON ANYTHING JEW
elry. houses, lots and farms. Lehman, 70S
Chamber of Commerce.
M!Vcp:v m i.n.w ON CITY OR FARM
property at G and 7 per cent. C. F. Plymp
ton, Allsky building.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
all kinds of good security. W. H. Nunn. 532
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Roll, room 9 Washington bldg.
LOANS ON chattels, salaries; low rates. See
us first. Mann & Co.. 004 Dekum building.
MONEY TO LOAN. G per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
Assnyers and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist. 204Vi Washington st.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 22S'2 Stark st.
OTTO KLEEMANN. 30 GRAND AVENUE
north. Columbia phon 51S1.
Accountant nntl Anditor.
George T. Murton. 31S Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown. 456. Bookkeeping, expertlng. teaching.
NIXON & DOLPH. GENERAL PRACTITION
ers. Notaries Public. 502 Commercial bldg.
TOYOKUNI CO.. "WHOLESALE AND RE
tall. 254 Morrison st. Factory 2S7 Third st.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE''
tall booksellers and stationers, 1:13-33 3d at.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 Stark st.; otllce and store fixtures
built and remodeled, altering and rcpalrlns
houses; grill work. Phone Main 74.
Chiropodists and Manicuring:.
"WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVEN1. THi.
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phone
Grant Id. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
He Is the man you are looking for.
Mme. Dr. Herrog. from Berlin, scientific re
vsaler; tells entire life. past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee. 51; letter. 2. 363 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO., dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front st.. near GlUan. Ore. tel. Red 17CG.
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO.. DEALERS
In all kinds coal. coke, charcoal. Try the
Rock Springs. 154 North Fifth. Both phones.
OREGON FUEL CO.. DEALERS IN ALL
kinds coal and wood, 344 Morrison.
HERMANN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs. wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal and general commission
merchant. Front st, near Main. Portlanu.
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg..
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
DAYTON COMPUTING SCALES. THE VERY
latest-Improved computing devices. 223 Pine.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 265 Second st-
MIPS HELEN W. COPELAND, TEACHER
of dancing. Burkhard Hall. Wednesday even
ings; Malr's Hall. Alblna. Friday evenings.
Telephone Union S24.
FEATHERS RENOVATED, gloves cleaned.
Chicago Costume House, KSS Morlson st.
DR. A. F. KNODER. DENTIST. 317 FAIL
lng building, corner 3d and Washington tits.
Dyclir and Cleaning.
H W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
Vander Nalllen Engineering School, 115 Fulton
St.. San Fran. Ask for catalogue. Estab. 1SG4.
Electro-Plat In f?.
OLD. SILVER. COPPER. NICKEL. , ETC.
Peninsular Plating Works. 392 Washl:;ton.
Fence and Wire "Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
works. A. Carlson. 289 East Morrison et.
IIuirdressinfT. Toupees, Manicuring.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 303 WASH. ST., UP-to-date
hair dressers, wigs and toupees for
ladlcu and gents; switches from .$1 up.
VAPOR BATHS. FACE MASSAGE. SCALP
treatment, halrdresslng and manicuring. 347
Alder. Phone West 357.
ROSENTHAL SISTEBS, 160 FIFTH ST.
Switches, toupees, halrdresslng. manicuring.
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlera and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and harness mfrs.. saddlery hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
HAMBtJRG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First St.; Boyd & Arnold. Generals Agents.
Junk. Hides ami Pelts.
L. Shank & Co.. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottle.", iron. rags, hides,
pelts and tallow. 312 Front. Tel. South 991.
TRENKMAN & CO.. MINING AND SAW
mlll machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings of
all kinds: all repairs. A. Zwlcker, Supt.,
formerly of Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works.
PHOENIX PATTERN WORKS PATTERNS
for all kinds of tounary anu macnine work.
Cor. E. Madison and Water sts. Tel. Blue 975.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN
GRADUATE OF MILLER'S MASSAGE
School. N. Y.. give3 scientific massage, steam
and alcohol baths; ladles and gentlemen.
131 FOURTH ST.. THE SNOWDEN BATH
rooms; tub and vapor baths, select massage.
Columbia phSne 5.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage treatments. Room 38. 313 Washing
ton, cor. Sixth.
French lady, graduate of best Parisian schools.
gives massage treatment; very nelcct. 203 5th.
Thermal baths and scientific massage, ladles
vanto. Riuma 9(1 and 27. 323l Wash. St.
Leather nntl KIimIIiik.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. MFRS.
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe store
supplies, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
J. A. REID. mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Wash st.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED
specialist, has opened up his ottice at 133 11th
st., and will sell his medicine as usual.
Medicines for all kinds of chronic dlsease3.
Xnvnl Architect Jfc Consulting Enj-r.
FRED A. BALLIN, 43 2d st. Tel. Oak 76. Ves
sels and machinery of all kin. Is designed, su
perintended, contracted for or surveyed.
Orej-on Viavi Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS
Send for Health Book. Consultation free.
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP. SUITE 41G DEKUit.
bldg. Examination free. Phone Main 349.
DELA B. HOWARD, SCIENTIFIC OPTI
clan. room 1G Russel bldg. Examination free.
Toke Point Oyster Co.. wholesale dealers In
oysters, 244 Ankeny st. Phone Main COX
MISS LINN WARDEL. PALMIST AND AS
trologlst. gives advice on business and re
veals mysteries: If marriage, divorces, law
suits, lost articles or absent friends Interest
you; if you have enemies and would make
them friends, call on this gifted woman.
Palmistry and clairvoyant card reading
taught: medlumlstlc persons developed. Of
fice hours, 10 A. M. to"8:30 P. M. daily. Read
ings by mall; send 52 with date of birth.
Parlors S and 9 Calumet. 7th and Alder.
Larsen, the palmist, returned: scientific read
ings, 50c: past ar.d future. 21G Allsky bldg.
MRS. DREYFUS. PALMISTRY AND CARD
reading. 50c. 51. i:$3Vj First, rooms G-7.
GEISLER PATENTS CO.. CHAM. OF COM.
We secure and market patents for Inventions.
PhyHlcinn nnd Surgeon".
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows" Temple.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Otllce 517 The Dekum.
H. L. BRUCE. PLUMBER. BOTH PHONES.
220 First st.
SPANISH RESTAURANT. 26(5 DAVIS. ORE-
gon phone Clay S12. Genuine chicken tamales.
Rubber Stamps and Stencils.
Chas. E. Potter & Co., mfrs. rubber stamps,
seals, stencils. 221 Falling bldg.. Portland.
SAFES. FOR BANKS AND MERCHANTS.
boughC-and sold; lock-outs opened; general
repairs. Jails. J. E. Davis, 6G Third.
Showesiscs and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON,
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
All styles: repairing; phonographs and records.
Transcontinental Machine Co.. 343 Wash.
ALL IN TROUBLE CALL AND SEE MRS.
Wallace, the famous psychic; gives valuable
advice on all affairs of life, traces absent
friends, mines, family difliculties. Always
consult the best. 167 First, rooms 7-S.
Mrs. C. Cornelius. Allsky bldg.. 3d and Morri
son; circles every Friday eve". Sittings dally.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual life reader, scientific
palmist; past and future. SOc. 221 Morrison.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful aUen'lon given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia G7I5.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES' CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckcl's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Storage and Transfer.
C. O. PICK, ofllce 8S First, bet. Stark and
Oak; phone 390. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 50 THIRD ST.;
wholesale and retail; send, for catalogue.
Turkish Ha tits.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish baths;
hours ladles. 9 to 3; gentlemen. 3:30 to 9.
"Watchmakers and Jeirelers.
JOHN A. BECK, watches, diamonds. Jewelry,
silverware. 207 Morrison. Open evenings.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis 3ts.. Portland. Or.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up ?,''SH?
Reserve .......-.----- -.000,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sums of ?lO and upwards,
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ances. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent o
the United States.
President - H- """ CORBETT
Vice-President A- ! MILLS
Cashier G. E. WITHINGTON
Asclstant Cash-er J- W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C ALORD
Letters of credit issued, available In Europe
ar.d thft Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul, Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-pn-tha
Main Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms Lcttcra of credit issued available In
Eurone and th Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis Denver. Omaha, San Francisco and va
rious points In Oregon. Washington, Idaho.
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin.
Fiankf on and Hpng Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... 58.230.000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGE!.
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold anJ Letters of Credit Issued,
available in all- parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vicc-Presient
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 ot Commerce building. Third and
Head Ofllce. 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking bust
nes5. makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise in any city of the
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 Vice-President
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts 1-sued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAM3I
Cashier F. C. MILLER