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TH38 MORNING OBEGONIAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1002.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 14. Maximum tempera
ture, 6S dig.; minimum temperature. D4 deg.;
river reading, 11 A. M., G.8 feet; change In 24
kours, 0.3 foot; no precipitation; total pre
cipitation ulnce September l, 1001. 40.89 inches;
normal precipitation since September 1, 1001.
, 4(5.42 Inches; deficiency, G.53 inches; total sun
shine August 13, 1002. 10 hours 53 minutes;
possible sunshine August 13, 1002, 14 hours 18
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Baker City .
Bismarck . . ,
Boise .... ..
Neah Bay ....
North Head ...
Salt Lake . City
San Francisco .
Walla Walla ,
Light showers have occurred In Southern and
Eastern Oregon, Southern Idaho and In South
eastern Washington. Light rain has also fallen
long the Strait of Juan de Fuco.
It Is much cooler in Oregon, Eastern Wash
ington and Southwestern Idaho.
The Indications are for showers in this dis
Forecasts made at Portland at 8 P. 1L for
S hours ending midnight August 15:
Portland and. vicinity Showers. South to
Western Oregon and Western Washington
Showers. South to west winds.
Eastern Oregon Partly cloudy, with showers
extreme northeast portion.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Partly cloudy, with showers in the foothills.
Southern Idaho Partly cloudy and occasion
ally threatening. Probably cooler east portion.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Ford's Auction-House, 182 First sU, 10
A. M. H. Ford, Auctioneer.
At Gilman'e salesroom, 4U-413 Washington
sU, 10 A. M. S. L. N. GUman. Auctioneer.
HASSALO LODGE. NO. IS. L O. O. F-
Begular meeting- this (Friday) evening, at 8
o'clock. Work In the third degree. Members
requested to be present. Visitors always- wel
come. HENRY BROWN, Secretary.
MOUNT TABOR ASSEMBLY. NO. 31. Arti
sans are requested to meet at their hall, at
1;30 P. M-. for the purpose of attending the
funeral of Sinter Katie L. Boflnger. Artisan
of other assemblies and friends invited. Serv
ices at the Presbyterian Church, 2 P. M.
JOHNSON In this city, August 14. 1002.
Thomas Johnson, aged 54 years. Funeral
J. P. KIN LEY & SON. Progressive
Funeral Directors and Emhalmcrs,
cor. Third and Jefferson Sts. Com
petent lady nss't. Both phones No. D.
EDWARD HOLM AN, Undertaker,
4th and Yamhill sts. Rcnn Stlnson,
lady assistant. Both phones No. S07.
Crematorium, on Oregon City car
line, near Scllwood; modern, scien
tific, complete. Charges-Adults, $45 j
children, $25. Visitors, 0 to 5 P. M.
Portland Cremation Ass'n, Portland.
FASCINATING COMPLEXION OF A
healthy face- -comes -frem using Satln-Skln
Cream and Satin-Skin Powder. Magical beau
tlflers. 25c Meier & Frank.
MERELY SUGGESTIVE! TOUR VALUED
orders, phoned (both phones 180) to us, will
receive careful attention. Pioneer Fuel Co.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaster & Blrrel, 311 Worcester blk.'
20c Per Dozen
Best Creamery Butter. . . .45c and GOc
Dairy Butter 3Sc and 40c
Five-pound pall Lard Compound. SOc
Bacon 12c nndlGc
Picnic Ham 12o
Best Sugar-Cured Hams. ....... .15c
Remember, Saturday, chicken day; cheaper
La Grande Creamery
204 Tamhlll sU
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
FOR A COLONY OF HOMESEEKERS
1500 acres, good erawberry and apple land,
east side Little White Salmon River, Ska
mania County, Washington: C miles from
Hood River; 1000 acres In one body of near
ly level A No. 1 agricultural land; 300 acres
timber; 5 to 10 acres in cultivation; 7 miles
flume: 20 acres and store building on Colum
bia River, at Drain Landing; 000 Inches
water perpetual right already acquired. 10
cubic feet water per second filed on addialon
al; good timothy and clover land; line range;
title perfect; patented land. Price, including
water rights and flume, (12 per acre cash,
if sold together, or will b cold In any elzed
lots to suit. Inquire of John Leland Hender
son and J. H. Short. Hood River, Or., or J.
D. Casey, Hllgard, Or., sole owners.
Corner lot, 60x00. with 5-room-and-attio cot
tage, a good home, (2000.
b-roora and basement house, 187 Chapman
eU. 30-foot front lot. (3200.
A C-room cottage, lot 40x50. on Third-street
car line, rent for (10 per month, (1250.
Numerous other residences at reasonable
prices. v DAVID S. STEARNS.
249 Washington sU
FOR SALE-50 ACRES. HIGHLY CULTIVAT
ed land: 20 acres in orchard: good house,
barn and water; will eell whole or part; the
land is at Stewart's Station, Mount Scott car
line; terms easy. Apply Charles E. Stewart,
BARE CHANCE FOR A HOME SITE OR
peculation 100x100 In Holladay Addition;
every Improvement; perfect ' title; (1350, lo
per cent cash; balance, $20 per month.
Owner, Q 03, care Oregonlan.
LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS. JUST" THE
place for gardens or suburban home: running
water; easy terms. Call on O. H. Mathews,
Mllwaukle, Or., between 2 and 4 P. M.
(1000 NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT S0xl0.K
feet, at Woodlawn; part cash, balance in In
stallments. Inquire - at M. Btlnlljs' Chce
Store, 220 Morrison.
WILL BUILD HOUSES ON INSTALLMENTS.
Lots, 21et and Clinton. (350 each. $3 per
month. W- P.eldt. 13 Washington block.
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE; OFFICE.
Lents, Or. All kinds property cheap. Take
Mount Scctt car; fare 5 cents. O. R. Addlton.
FOR SALE BY OWNER EIGHT-ROOM
house, 650 Cth eU: a bargain. Apply at Co
lumbla Hotel, First and Clay sts.
TWO LOTS ON ST. JOHNS CAR LINE. (33
u" bo, etarK su
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED TWO-STORY HODSE IN IIPPRR
Alblna that will rent at a good profit; must'
cueup xor casn; no agents; state price and
location. Address T 04. care Oregonlan.
HOME .OF 7 OR 8 ROOMS FOP. ABOUT (1500,
on monthly payments running 5 years or
more. L. H. PInkham. 5C7 Spring et.
WANTED HOUSE AND LOT IN DESIR
able location; must be cheap: no agents.
O 03. Oregonlan.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
SCRIP A LARGE LOT OF UNRESTRICTED
forest reserve scrip for sale; will subdivide;
quick dMlvery; low price. R. c. Fentland.
227 Falling bldg., Portland, Or.
WANTED PARTIES TO LOCATE AT ONCE
on three very choice, accesslbje Umber
cialms; near S. P. R. R.: no fee until filed.
234 Morrison St., room 2.
Choice homesteads and. timber claims located. I
TIMBER. LAND FOR SALE.
HOMESTEAD AND TIMBER CLAIMS WE
have reliable information on von good va
cant claims. All filings guaranteed correct.
Ames Mercantile Agency. Abir.gton biCg.
I CAN LOCATE YOU ON THE BEST TIM
ber claims that are now vacant, in either
the southern or northern -part of the state.
.421 Abingtbn bldg.
A FEW MORE CHOICE TIMBER CLAIMS;
yellow fir and cedar, in fine timber belt;
we wish to locate you. Address X 0L care
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR TIMBER
lands, you should see Arthur G. Newton, who
Is buying Xor himself and others. Imperial
TIMBER CLAIM CRUISING FROM C.000.000
to 7.000.000 saw lumber. Address C 01, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE FARMS.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR liALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington ; paymots
made to emit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties apply i0. MacMatcr
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester block.
CHEAP-900; 5 ACRES. 8 MILES FROM
Portland, near electric car line, 2 acres as
sorted fruit, balance meadow; good 6-room
house, barn and well, all fenced. MeLeod &
Co., 220 Failing bldg.
STOCK FARM, 400 ACRES; 150 ACRES
open grazing; for quick sale, (2000. C. X.
Plowman, Oregon City, Or.
FOR RENT FARMS.
TEN ACRES OF LAND 20 MINUTES WALK
from car line; good roads; running water.
AddresB Q 00, care Oregonlan.
Horses, Vehicles. Harness.
TWO EACH FIVE AND EIGHT-PAS5EN-ger
Concord stage wagons, new and second
hand; cheap. Joseph & Elgin Stage Co., Los
GOOD. SOUND TEAM. AGES 7 AND 8.
weight 8100; new 3H wagon; new harness.
R 03, Oregonlan, or phone Union 2S02.
Wolfsteln buys and set. ell kinds wagon,
buggies, harness; farm Implements. 227 Front.
Vehicles, all kinds, id-hand; harness, horses:
cheap. Tomllnson & Hall, 211 Washington.
FOR SALE ONE CARLOAD OF FINE DRTV
icg and draft horses. 110 N. 3d st.
FOR SALE CHEAP GOOD CLEAN STOCK
of dry goods, men's and ladles' furnishing
goods, boots and shoes, etc.; invoice about
(7250; good location and trade established;
will cell at a big discount; .excellent reason
for selling. A. B. Crcsler, 3 -Chamber of
THAT 50x100 CORNER LOT WITH 2-STORY
hotel and boarding-house for worklngmen,
southwest corner 14th and Quimby streets;
enap for the right, party. J. H. Hawlay,
2 Chamber of Commerce.
REMOVAL SALE ALL BICYCLES AND
sundries must go! new bicycles (12; second
hand wheels at any old price; come and set
thorn at Portland Gun Store, 231 First St.,
between Salmon and Main.
FOR SALE THE WELL-KNOWN PIONEER
rock quarry; price, (3500; plant alone cost
(7000; on railroad. 12 miles from Toledo.
Address W. A. Elklns, Pioneer, Lincoln Coun
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes, RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies; Mimeograph work; Public typewriting.
Coast Agency Co.. 231 Stark. Tel. Oak 1071.
TALKING PARROTS. (5 EACH, IMPORTED
warbling canaries, $2 each; other birds,
cages, etc Every bird guaranteed. W. Bor
tels. 1540 Market St.. San Francisco, Cat.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE TWO-STORY
building. 43x60 feet; machinery. 30 horse
power engine and boiler. Call 515 Chamber
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CA-T-oft
clothing and shoes. C2 North 3d. Phone
Hood 317. Orders promptly attended in.
FOR SALE ONE LARGE OIL PAINTING,
GxS feet: will be sold for storace due. At-
t ply H. D. Griffin, 21 North Second st.
REPAIR SHOP. FINE LOCATION: GOOD
trade: established 15 years; will sell cheap.
440 Washington st.
SEE- NYLANDER-ABOUT, THE ALICE GOLD
Mining Co. stock. Room 322 Chamber of
A FIRSTrCLASS 23-FOOT LAUNCH, WITH
0 horde-power engine, Xor sal. Inquire 300
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF SEVEN BED
rooms, including Brussels carpet; (160. 274
FOR. SALE OR LEASE FURNITURE FAC
tory and Jobbing shop. . Inquire 311 Front st.
COKE. $5 PER TON. DELIVERED.
PORTLAND GAS CO.. 174 Fifth St.
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT ON
easy terms. Call 103 N. 4th sU
FRESH COW FOR SALE; FIRST HOUSE
north of schoolhouse. Montavllla.
HELP WANTED MALE.
LOGGERS. ALL KINDS. (2 TO (3.50; KNEE
bolter. (3; knot sawyer, (3; shingle packer,
10c; gang edgcr, (2.75; ratchet setter, (2.50;
bridge carpenters. (3; carpenters, (3: wheel
wright. (8; blacksmith. (3; machinists. (3;
burley drill miners, (3.75; muckers, (2.75;
laborers. (2 and (2.20; men and teams, (4
to tfB; man and wife. farm. (50: farm hands
and milkers. (30 and (35; wood choppers,
st and pole cutters; tie hewers. Cana
dian Employment Co.. 223H Morrison.
Branches, 247 Burnslde, 155 N. Cth, 12S lsU
WE HAVE PLACES FOR SALESMAN IN
furs and ladles' suits: 2 gents' furnishings;
2 dry goods; 1 clothing, furnishings and
trimmer; boy for wholesale house; boy for
delivery. Applicants fully protected, inves
tigate. Offlee open till 8 P. M. Clerks' Reg
istration Bureau, 303 Allsky bldg., 3d And
75 HOPPICKERS WANTED FOR A 50-ACRE
yara in Clackamas county, belonging to
Messrs. Pope. Anderson & Co., on or about
August 28; apply to J. A. Cleln.. yard man
ager, any day between now and 'Tuesday,
August 10, at Hotel Rhelnpfals. to learn par
ticulars; families preferred. Pope. Anderson
A SALESMAN FOR CLOTHING, BOOTS AND
shoes, and gents' furnishing goods wanted;
glx-e references and wages expected. Apply
to H. H. Wessel, Pendleton. Or.
PUPILS IN SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,
bookkeeping, penmanship, arithmetic, com
5"i5 tranches, etc, by experienced teacher.
S 8t, Oregonlan.
"WANTED FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper and cashier who can give bond;
state age, experience and references. Y S3
WANTED-YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN SHOE
store; mutt also be able to do all kinds of
shoe repairing. Address Toran's Shoe Store.
WA?.TED;HEN POK - QUARRY WORK;
drillers. (2.25: pick aod snovel men. (2 per
Cay. Apply D. E. Budd. 110 First st. No
WANTED RELIABLE CANVASSERS: PER
manent. growing business; high commissions:
rare opportunity for promotion. 31 Hamilton
WANTED EX-INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE
men; liberal contract; early promotion; no
lapses: permanent: Investigate. 31 Hamilton
MAN, TAKE CHARGE SMALL FARM NEAR
city; must understand fruit, berries, poultry:
shares or salary. Address J 04. care Ore
gonlan. MUCKERS WANTED AT IRON MOUNTAIN,
Sa,-:. T!-. f2-5? r 5aJr tln to
Keswick. CaL, and apply to Mountain Copper
WANTED A GOOD. STEADY. INDUSTRI
OUS boy to drive express wagon; must give
good references. Inquire. 45 First st.
WANTED AN ELDERLY MAN TO TAKE
charge of small place in country. Apply
168 Union ave.. after 7 P. M.
WANTED ONE YOUNG MAN AS TRAVEL
lng solicitor for Oregon. Call today, 10 to
12. room 429 Perkins HoteL
STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED POSITIONS
without charge. Remington Typewriter Co.,
240 Stark st. Main 3.
WANTED YOUNG MAN. GOOD WORKER
and well recommended. Clary, the Fair, 320
YOUNG MAN FOR WORK AROUND STORE:
boy for delivery. Call at 12 M., 285 Mor
rison. . .
WANTED MAN TO SPLIT AND CARRY IN
wood. 467 E. Market, N. E. corner of Sth
WANTED BARBER FOR SATURDAY; (4
guaranteed. 211 4th St.. near Courthouse.
SALESMAN CITY. COUNTRY. STA& MAN-
HELP WA3KTED FE3IALK.
CHAMBERMAIDS, WAITRESSES. COOKS
and laundresses, city, country and coast;
pantry girl; second girls; housework. (13 to
(25: man and wife, farm. Canadian Par
lors. 220tf Morrison.
WANTED A COLORED GIRL TO DO THE
cooking and washing for a family of three.
Apply to Captain and Mrs. T. L. Smith, at
quarters No. IS, Vancouver Barracks, Wash.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY IIOUSEKEEP
ers, cooks, eecond girls, waitresses, chamber
maids, nurses. St. Louis, 230 Yamhill.
Phone Black 2S81.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, WORKING
.housekeeper, widower's family out town;
wages, (20. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL,
with references; first-class family, good
wages. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2S81.
free of charge. Remington Typewriter Co.,
249 Stark st. Main 3.
WANTED SOME ONE TO MASSAGE LADY
at Moffett's Hot Springs for two weeks. D
05, care Oregonlan.
WOMAN TO DO PLAIN COOKING AND
v care for 2 children for week or more. 485
Alder, at once.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
wages. r04 Ro?s, corner Broadway, near
"WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages. Apply 3SI E.
WANTED GOOD GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
general housework; wages, (20. Apply 533
GIRL FOR LIGHT UPSTAIRS WORK; NO
washing or cooking. 433 E. lBth st., corner
WANTED A GOOD COOK. TWO IN FAM
lly. Apply in the mornings. 750 Irving st.
WANTED LA D Y CLOTHES IRONERS. AT
Union Laundry. 53 Randolph st.
WANTED-NURSE GIRL FOR .CHILDREN.'
Call 8 Chamber of Commerce.
HAIRDRESSER. MANICURE AND APPREN
tlce girls. 311 Morrison st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Phone Front 14S3.
GIBL WANTED FOR UPSTAIRS WORK.
Hotel Rheln. 232 Front.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSE
work. 700 Flanders.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
home. 300 14th at.
FIRST-CLASS GIRL. GENERAL HOUSE
work. 453 Market.
WANTED A CHAMBERMAID,
at Imperial Hotel.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
HELP WANTED MALE OI FEMALE
WANTED FOR ELKS' BIG CARNIVAL.
August 18 to 30: For second-class restau
rants, first cooks, (27 to (30 week; eecond
cooks. (21 to (25 week: waiters, (17.50 Veek;
waitresses, (2 day of 10 hours; dishwashers,
(2 dayj first-class houses higher graded
wages In proportion. Kitchen help is scarce,
wages high here and plenty of work after
Carnival. Come on special Elks' rates.
Geo. W. Crane, 103 Washington St.. Seattle,
HOPPICKERS WANT 000 HOPPICKERS: 400
at Eola ranch. C miles routhwest of Sal-m,
In Polk County. 207 .acre. 200 at River
side ranch, 7 miles north of. Salem. Marlon
County, 114 acres. Best yards In Valley for
hopplckers; wood, water, pasture, free. Will
close books as soon as number required reg
ister. Address Horst Bros.. Salem. Or.
WANTED TWO WAITER GIRLS AND ONE
steward at Boston Palace. L. Fisher, 345
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
ANTED POSITION AS COLLECTOR BY
man of steady habits; can give bonds. P 07,
WANTED-EMPLOYMENT AS SALESMAN
for a manufacturing firm. Address O 04;
CAN FURNISH FARM AND DOMESTIC
bands; also other help. Japanese Labor
Ass'n, 208 Everett st. Telephone Black 092.
SITUATIONS WANTED FE3IALE.
AUGUST 15 BOOKKEEPER, GRADUATE
of business college, wishes to assist with
books; small wages to begin. G 05, Ore
gonlan. SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, chambermaids, nurses, second girls.
St. Louis, 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
LADY WITH EXPERIENCE AND Al REF
erence wishes position as bookkeeper, cashier
or clerk. L 04. care Oregonlan.
CAPABLE. INTELLIGENT. EXPERIENCED
uusiness woman wun capital wants situa
tion. Addrtfs K 05, Oregonlan.
GOOD COOK WISHES PLACE IN PRIVATE
family; wages from (25 to (30. E 05. care
P03ITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY RELIA
ble and competent woman. K 04, care Ore
gonlan. WANTED AGENTS.
WANTED PARTIES TO SELL THE BEST
metal polish manufactured: it clenns and
polishes mirrors and window glass without
eoap or gasoline, for metal, gold or silver it
has no equal; put up In a lithographed box:
liberal commission to right parties; will sell
territory to parties who can bring results;
agents make from (15 to (40 per week; will
send free sample to any one requesting same.
Addre.es Badger Chemical Co., Assland. Wis.
AGENTS WANTED FOR NATIONAL HOME
eeekers Association; commission contracts
ready for loan for sale. Call or address
room 415 Perklra Hotel. 12 to 3 P. M.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY VERY RESPONSlriT.E vxv.
ily of 4 adults, furnished home of 8 or 10
luimciii, iu kuou location;
bett references furnished. C 04, Oregonlan.
ABOUT SEPTEMBER 1. SMALL FUR
nlshed cottage or housekeeping rooms; no
children; permanent; references, p 03, Ore
gonlan. BY SMALL FAMILY. MODERATELY FUR
hlshed cottage or flat, four Or Ave rooms;
references. L J5, Oregonlan.
BOARD AND SINGLE ROOM; HOUSE WITH
electric light preferred; for (20 month. J
05, care Oregonlan.
IN 10 DAYS. ONE MODERN COTTAGE. SIX
rooms; west side river. Address 195 7th st.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE FIRST-CLASS,
nearly new piano for good, reliable and'thor
oughly sound team of medium-weight drart
horses. Address K 40, Oregonlan
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
off clothing and hoes. C2 North 3d. Phone
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT: HIGHEST PRICE
paid. 220 Yamhill t
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. B. COR. ALDER
and Park sts.. formerly The Spalding -The
most complete apartment-houee In the city;
steam heat, gas, electric light, porcelain
baths, every modern convenience. Rates 75c
per day. 2 per week, and upward. Fur
niched housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 2SS Third St. Fine fur
nished sunny rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; transient solicited. Phone South ifl.
THE CALUMET, 7th and Alder Rooms, with
running water, private bata suites; hotel
service, (1 per day up: reasonable per mo.
FOR RENT SINGLE OR EN SUITE. COM
fortable rooms in nice private residence;
beautiful location. Address Q 01, Oregonlan.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; nil modern conveniences; references.
05 11TH ST., CORNER STARK NICELY
furnished front room; bay tvlndow; gas and
bath; also small rooms; reasonable.
FURNISHED ROOM, HALF BLOCK FROM
Carnival; gentleman preferred. 331 Oak,
near 7th; very central.
THE AVALON. 413 WASHINGTON NICE
ly furnished rooms, slnglo or en suite; mod
ern; bath-And phone.
23 11TH ST.-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
alcove room; modern, suitable for one cr
ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN FINE NEWLY
furnished, large, airy too as; one elegantly
furnished room, suitable for two; use of bath
and gas; prices' reasonable: references. 8 K.
0th st. North, between Burnslde and Ankeny.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN
new house: private family. 190 13tU at-,
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS. EN SUITE
or single; all modern conveniences. S24 Sal
FURNISHED ROOMS PRIVATE FAMILY:
bath. 123 10th St., bet. Washlnston and
Furnished rooms, (I week up. GUman Hotel,
1st & Alder; Tremont Hotel. 7th and Lvcreit.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 15TH YEAR:
rooms, with board; uao of sewing-room; usa
of . library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
School. Address Mrs. C. E. George. Super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
HOTEL BROWN FINEST ROOMS IN THE
city: all newly furnished: hot and cold water;
baths, electric lights, elevator: table first
class; car service; transient. Tel. White 1461.
THE COLONIAL. ICS TENTH ST. VERY
pleasant suite, second floor front: also front
room, recond floor: with first-class table.
THE EOUTHERN. WEST PARK AND YAM
hlll Room and board; Sunday dinners & spe
cialty. Phone South 102C.
ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. 055
Flanders, between 20th and Slit, one block
from car line.
304 ALDER ST.. COR. 10TH-ONE OR TWO
nicely furnished rooms, with first-class board;
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM; WITH
board, suitable for two ladles. 231 Benton st.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT
board; gas, bath, telephone. 440 Third st.
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD. WITH
hot and cold, water. 225 11th st.
409 MORRISON ST.. N. E. CORNER 11TH
Completely furnished housekeeping apart
ments; all moderfe conveniences; central lo
(1 PER W2EK AND UP: LARGE. CLEAN
furnished housekeeping rooms: use of laun
dry. bath and telephone. 184 Sherman.
303 1RTH NEWLY CALCIMINED HOUSE
keeplng suites; large front rooms; nicely fur
nished; gas range, bath and phone.
450 WASHINGTON ST.. BETWEEN 11TH
and 12th Five unfurnished rooms; modern
Improvements. Parrlsh A Watklns.
353 JEFERSON ST. FLATS FURNISHED
complete for housekeeping; gas. bath and
phone; no children; references.
3 COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms In private family. 471 Ever
ett, bet. 12th and 13th.
LARGE PARLOR AND KITCHEN", FUR
nlshed: alcove suite, with kitchen; gas, bath
and phone. 322 14th.
NEW EIGHT-ROOM UPPER FLAT. THOR
oughly modern and desirable. Inuqlre next
door, 168 13th St.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms In private residence, Inquire room 10,
NICELY FURNISHED. SINGLE OR IN
euftes. In a private family. 454 Columbia,
THE ABBOTT. 225 WASH. Pine furnished
rooms, en suite, slngl? or housekeeping.
105 SIXTH VERY DESIRABLE SUITE OF
housekeeping rooms; bath, gas range.
TWO-STORY HOUSE. LARGE ATTIC. BASE
xnent; modern Improvements. 428 Harrison.
Apply 412 Harrison et.
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 240 STARK ST..
rents and insurance. Phone Main A43.
HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS FOR RENT. APPLY
425 7th st.
(15 PER MONTH. WITH WATER-S-ROOM
house, furnished for two families. Inquire
of J. Londlgan, 134 Sherman.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. NEATLY FUR
nlshed; large yard; very central. For par
ticulars Inquire 103 10th Pt.
FURNISHED 4-ROOM COTTAGE. ELECTRIC
lights, bath, close in. Inquire 273 7th st.
Honhcs for Rent Furniture tov Sale.
FURNITURE OF EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale; a bargain. Call 188 10th st.
FOR RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED COT
tage, Tioga, Ocean front. Room 719 Mar
quam bldg., forenoon. 0 to 12.
STORE FOR RENT. WITH FIVE ROOMS.
Washington St.. between 11th and 12th- Par
rlsh & Watklns.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-SUNDAY, AUGUST 10. AT LONG
Beach, or at steamer Potter, lady's gold
hunting case watch, small diamond In cen
ter, engraving and photo Inside; black ellk
cord attached. Return same to Henrlchsen
& Co., 2S4 Washington st., Portland, and
receive liberal reward.
LOST-BROWN LEATHER WALLET. CON
talnlng money, railroad tickets and personal
papers. Return to Pullman Car Co.'s office.
Union Depot, and revelve big reward. No
LOST-BUNCH OF KEYS. WITH TRAVEL
era' Protective Association tag as an Identi
fication on ring. Return Oregonlan office.
LOST COMBINATION 1. O. O. F. AND
Masonic watch charm. Return to room 215
Custom-Houte and receive reward.
LOST BLACK SILVER-HEADED CANE,
marked "H. S. H.. from G. A. 71." Please
return to C5 E. Eighth.
LOST BLACK CLOTH ETON JACKET LACE
collar on Wednesday. Return offlee Hotel
Perkins. Reward. .
STRAYED FROM 1C7 11TH ST. BLACK
cocker spaniel puppy; white spot on breast.
LOOK AT YOUR FACE. MOLES. PIMPLES,
wrinkles, superfluous hair and other facial
blemishes PERMANENTLY rtmoved. Thin
or faded Ralr corrected. Let us explain how.
NO CHARGE. Complexion tablets, one
month's treatment. (1. N. Y. Electro-The-rapeutlc
Co.. 7Q2 Marquam bldg. Black 2S51.
23 WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROl
Irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhea
iwhltes) and all diseases of women, old or
young, cured by old Dr. Kessler, 230 Yam
hill su. Portland. Or. Private Waiting-room
for ladies. Consultation free. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
MRS. S. A. HEALD. THE WONDERFUL
magnetic healer, late graduate of tne Welt
mer Institute, at Nevada, Mo., has opened
an office at 204 Clay st.. Portland, where sne
will be pleased to inset all the atnicted. Con
sultation free. Treatments reasonable.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT, all SI2ES-
(1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons cwed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co., 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIh. ' MOLES. ETC.. RE
moved with electric needle; permanent cure:
eight years' experience In Portland; lady
operator, physicians' references. Parlors 15
10 Lewis building. Phone Brown C57.
H.PPINESS RESTORED Bl SEXlNE PILLS,
the gret cure for weak kidneys and nervous
weakness; (1 a box. 0 for (5. Sold only by
J. A. Clemenson, Druggist, Second and Yam
hill sts., Portland, Or.
"BOOK OF NATURE," "A HOT TAMALE,"
"A Modern Lover," "Story of a Slave,"
"Decameron," "Agnes, "Sweet Silence."
"Gil Bias,' SOc each. Schraale, 220 1st.
ENJOY LIFE BY REGAINING STRENGTH
and happiness by using ScXlne Pills; price
(1, 6 for (5. J. A. Clemenson. Druggist, cor.
Second and Yamhill, Portland. Or,
MME. AZA HOMES. COMPLEXION. HAIR.
Bklrtind scalp specialist, will mike special
Summer prices on all work and electrolysis.
811 Morrison sL, opposite P. O.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORS Ac
curately and reasonably ailed at Eyastll's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St., bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop-
Brown & Sehmaie, 229 First. Portland, Or.
EDNA STEWART, HAIR-DRESSING AND
manicuring. Phone Front 1303, or 424 2d,
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? MAR
rlage paper, 10c Box GOO, Portland, Or.
manly vigor restored by dr. rob-
erts Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. (2; 3 months, (5. Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agents. Wocdard, Clarke & Co.,
MRS. DR. McCOY and assistant; electric treat
ments. Rcss Houas 211 First, cor. Salmon.
DR. LAMOTTE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure. 25 cents. All druggists.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 and 25 cenU. All druggists.
Miss Beo La Rue. masseuse, manicurist; select
patrons only. 351 Morrison, room IS.
(2.50 INVESTED MONTHLY FOR 75
months wlth the Mexican Rubber Culture
Company will give you absolute title to one
acre of land, planted with 200 rubber trees.
Income after fifth year not less than (250
annually. J. C. Roberson, assistant general
manager. Chamber of Commerce building,
Portland, Or. Write for book op rubber
IF YOU WANT TO GO IN THE DRY GOODS
Business, investigate; good clean stock of
do goods, gents' and ladles' furnishings,
boots and shoes, etc., at a big discount; will
invoice about (7230; excellent trade estab
lished; reason tor selling good. A. B. Cro
sier. 3 Chamber of Commerce.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN MER
cantlle or manufacturing business in city or
country, only legitimate, paying propositions
handled. Information furnished parties look
ing for timber or homestead claims. Ames
Mercantile Agency. Ablngton building.
(3000 BUSINESS FOR SALE IN LIVE WEST
em Oregon town of population; consists
of billiard parlor, cl;ar, confectionery, poda
end ice cream stand; well established and
on good-paying ba-U. Address A 04. care
17 YEARS IN PORTLAND; WILL LOCATE
you right; finest furnished rooming-houses In
the city; all sizes, all prices. Lillian De
Keater. 425 Taylor st. r'hone Front 315.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR REAL ESTATE,
stock ranch preferred, general merchandise
business. In first-class location. Amea Mer
cantile Agency, Ablngton bldg.
(050 ELEGANT. NEAT STOCK OF CANDY,
loe cream, soda, cigars and fruits; living
rooms; making (25 per week. T. C. Shreve,
421 Ablngton bldg.
HOUSE FOR RENT. FURNITURE FOR
sale; 8 rooms, all nicely furnished; (300; a
bargain; must be sold at once. 205 Morri
son st., room 317.
THE ALICE GOLD MINING CO. (COPPER)
offers the best investment In mining In the
West. See them about It. 322 Chamber of
FURNITURE FOR SALE. HOUSE FOR
rent; 10 rooms; close to City iHall; newlj
painted and nicely Used up. Room 317. 20o
FOR SALE SO ACRES LAND, WITH TIM
ber and saw mill, for cah or In trsde for
Portland property. Inquire at 227 Morrison
LADY PARTNER WANTED GOOD PROPO
sltlon: cash. (5; experienced hairdresser pre
ferred. Addrem M 04. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE WELL-EQUIPPED HOTEL,
newly furnished. Inquire of O. P. Mc
Laughlin Sheridan, Or.
FOR SALE GOOD. LIVE GROCERY STORE;
good lyatlon. Inquire 301 21st st.
GERMAN STEAMSHIP ELBA, CAPTAIN
Bruhn, roaster, from Shlmonosekl. Japan
Neither the master nor the undersigned con
signees of the above-named vessel will be
responsible for any debts contracted by the
crew. Kerr. Glfford & Co.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BRIDGE CON
tractors are hereby Invited to submit sealed
tenders to the County Commissioners of Mult
nomah County. Oregon, tor the reconstruction
of the combination Pratt truss bridge and
straining beam bridge, over the Sandy River,
in section 6. T. 1 S., R, 4 E.. on road 408.
and about 10 miles from Portland. Or. A8
cordlng to specification on file In the office
of the County Clerk, Portland, Or., each
contractor must make one flat bid with the
amount expressed In. writing, accompanied by
a certified check of (1000. payable to the
order of the County Commissioners as liqui
dated damaccs cohseauent on failure Of bid
der to enter Into contract for the completion
oi me wont, xne contractor making tne ac
cepted bid must furnish bonds to the amount
of the bid. conditioned for the successful
execution of the work, and tha observance
of all the requirements of the specifications.
The tender must be placed in the hands ol
the 'County Clerk by 2 o'clock Saturday,
August 30, 1002. The right to reject any
or all bids Is reserved.
. . . F. S. FIELDS, County Clerk.
Portland. Or.. August 13, 1U02.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY SUP
plles Office of the Becretary of State. Salem.
Or.. July 10. 1902. Sealed proposals will be
received at this office until 1 o'clock P. M..
September 15. 1902. and then publicly opened,
for furnishing for the use of toe Twenty
second Legislative Assembly of the State of
Oregon stationery supplies, consisting of let
ter, legal and typewriting paper, envelopes,
typewriting supplies, pens, pencils, Ink. Ink
stands, mucilage, mucilage stands, flies.
mien. xtfl t-rn n.inJ. f.atn... i.M.
pads, waste-paper baskets, twine, 'rubber
u.jiu?, tic ioc rignt is reservea to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information and blanks for propo
sals will be furnished On application. Envel
opes containing proposals will be Indorsed
"Proposals for -stationery."
F. I. DUNBAR, Secretary of State.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., AUGUST 0. 1002.
Scaled proposals, in duplicate, will be re
ceived her until 11 o'clock. A. M.. Monday.
August IS. 1002. and then opened, for furnish
ing lumber, shingles, etc., for Cantonment at
Monterey, Cal. Government reserves right
to reject or accept any or all bids in whole
or In part. Preference given to articles of
domestic production, conditions of price and
quality (including In the price of foreign
productions the duty thereon) being equal,
and such preference given to articles of Amer
ican production produced on the Pacific Coast,
to extent of ocnsumptlon required by the
pubic service there. Information furnished
on application to the undersigned or to Depot
Quartermaster at Portland. Oregon. D. D.
Wheeler, Deputy Q. M. General. U. S. A..
NOTICE FOP. PROPOSALS. FOR FURNISH
lng Umbers for the construction of two spans
of the Madlson-itreet bridge. Notice Is here
by given that proposals for furnishing tim
bers for the construction of two spans of the
Madison-street bridge. In this city, will be
recflved until noon on the 20th of August,
1902. Each proposal must be accompanied
with a certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount bid, as security for complying wltn
the contract. Specifications are now on file
with the County Clerk, and bids should be
filed with him. County reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
F. S. FIELDS. County Clerk.
Dated Portland. Or.. August 13, 1902.
BIDS ARE WANTED A GRAIN POOL OF
about 50.000 bushels of wheat and between
80,000 and S0.OU0 bwhels of oats has been
formed by the farmers of the Waldo Hills.
Sealed bids will be received up to 3 P. M..
Monday, Augurt IS. 1002, for purchase of
said grain. Bids will be opened at that hour
at Rock Point schoolhouse. Bidders who can
not be present may mall their bids to W. H.
Downing, Shaw, Or. All bids must be in
hands of committee prior to 8 P. M., August
18. Right is reserved to reject any and all
bids. W. H. Downing, T. D. Patton, J. T.
Hunt. Martin Smith. A. Burns, Sales Com
mittee. NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR FURNISH
lng bridge rods, bolts and Iron for Madison
street bridge. Notice Is hereby glvn that
proposals will be received until noon of the
29th of August. 1002. for furnishing rods and
bolts for the construction of two snans of
the Madison-street bridge, specifications for
wnicn are now on nie wun tne County Clerk,
and bids should be filed with him. K.-irh hM
must be accompanied with a certified cheek
ror 10 per cent of the amount bid as security
for complying with the contract. County re
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
F. S. FIELDS. County Clerk.
Dated Portland. Or., August 13, 1002.
SEALED PROPOSALS. ADDRESSED TO
the Chief Engineer of The Oregon Water
Power & Railway Company, for the clear
ing, grubbing and grading of their line from
station 620 to 871. Profile and specifications
can be seen at the office of the company.
All tenders will bo closed Saturday. AuguJt
10, at noon. The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted. The Oregon Water
Power & Railway Company, G. I. Brown,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company will
be held at the office of the company, at
Portland. Or., at noon on Thursday, the 4th-
uay of September, 1UV2, ror the purpose o(
electing a Board of Directors and the trans
action of such other business as may come
beforo the meeting.
W. W. COTTON, Secretary.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WE HAVE
this day withdrawn tht agency of the Sun
Insurance office from Messrs. Clemens and
O'Bryan. C A. Henry & Co.. general agents,
San Francisco, -Cal., Aug. 13, 1002.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE "FOR ANY
debts contracted by my wife, Elsie II. La.
done, unless by my written consent. T. A.
LOANS MADS TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions with responsible
firms, upon their own names; easy paymenu;
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Era Loan St Trust Co., room 200
NOTICE PARTIES WISHING TO DIBPOSE
of Helena Consolidated. MUslck Mining
Milling or Star Consolidated mining stocks,
will find It to their Interest to Consult the
undersigned before disposing of the same.
I. H. Bingham. 110 Sherlock building.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates, a W. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial block. Telephone Grant 830. '
LOANS IN SUMS FROM (5 TO (500. ON ALL
kinds of security. R. L Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phono Clay 73.
(5. AND UP IN SUMS TO SUIT ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room
10 Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. 3. 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.. 002 Commercial blk.
MONEY TO LOAN. 8 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark at.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
all kinds of good security. W. H. Nunn. 052
(300 TO (1200 TO LOAN. 7 PER CENT. ON
good real estate security. Call C10 Chamber
State funds loaned C per cent. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult. Co.. 400 Cham, of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN, 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wrn. Holl, room 0 Washington bldg.
Six per cent money to loan on Clackamas Coun
ty lands. E. F. Riley. COS Cham. Commerce.
LOANS on chattels, salaries! low rates. See
us first. Mann & Co.. G04 Dekum buildinv.
Money to loan, small amounts, short or long
time. J. H. Hawley. 2 Chamber of Com.
(300.000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND S PER CENT.
Wm. O. Beck. 321 Morrison St.
Accountant and Andltor.
George T. Murton. 318 Cham, of Com. Phone
Bruwn 456. Bookkeeping, experttng. teaching.
DELOS D. NEER. ARCHITECT. ROOMS 20
and 21. 133 First st. Phone Red 2J24.
Assnyers and Annlystx.
J. H. FISK, MINERAL ASSAYER AND AN
Ij ileal chemist and mining engineer. 2u4
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 2US STARK ST.
Experts on analysis of coals, minerals.. rolu
ami mineral wuters. J. T. Gove. Manager.
PAUL BAUMEL, ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dUt bought. 225 Stark st.
N. MOSESSOHN, Attorney and Notary Puo
11c, 722 Chamber of Com. Consultation in-.
NIXON Ai DOLPH. GENERAL PrtACriTiON
ers, Notaries Public. 502 Commercial bldg.
EMMONS & EMMONS. ATTORNEYS. FiFTH
Hour, Worcester block.
Cnrn enters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 surk st.; office and store fix
tures built and remodeled, altering and r
palrlng housa; grill work. Phone Main 747.
W. L. BUCKNEK, carpenter and builder. 330
Stark. Houses altereu ana repaired; stor and
onice fixtures, general jobbing. Phone Blk 014.
CORDON. REMOVED TO 203 4TH. FLY
screens, counters, snelvlng. Tel. Cluy-174. -
Chiropodist and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building, Third anu Morrison. Oregon phone
Qrant 1U. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
He is the mim you are looking for.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. REMOVES
corns, callouses, ingrowing nails, p-rnian"nl-ly;
work unexcelled In America. 20 Raleigh.
PHILIP O. EAST WICK. CIVIL. MINING
and hydraulic engineer. 36 Worcrster block.
MADAME JOHNSTON WILL READ FOR LA
dles or gentlemen clalrvoyantly: short time.
50c: satisfaction guaranteed. 231 Fifth st.
i ' "
VULCAN COAL CO.. WHOLESALE DEAL
ers best coals, foundry and smelter coke.
Coal and Wood.
WESTERN FEED Sc FUEL CO., DEALERS
in all kinds coal. Coke, charcoal, slab wood.
Stalls to let. 154 N. Fifth. Both phones.
BROWN & HICKS. COAL AND DRY WOOD,
foot Yamhill at. Both phones. Main 715.
HERMANN MKT2UER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, zurs. wool, monair. tallow, old
rubber and old metal and general commission
merchant. Front su, near Main. Portland.
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG Sc CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchant?., Sherlock build
ing. Portland. Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
DyelnfT and Creanlnsr.
Portland Steam Dye Works; gents' clothing
only dyed and cleaned. 211 4 th. Tel. Clay 7oi.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
PRIVATE TEACHER WILL GIVE INSTRUC
tlon during whole or any part of tiie year.
Pupils prepared for any university, business
college, or for special examinations. Special
attention given to backward pupils In gram
mar grades of public -schools. Call at Port
land Business College between 9 and 12. Hen
rietta M. Ho!ne.
GOLD. SILVER. COPPER. NICKEL. ETC.
Mining and batury plates. Peninsular Plat
ing Works. 353 Stark su
Fence nnd Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Workn. A. Carlson. 2S9 East Morrison st.
UalrdrcsMlngr. Toupees, Manicuring:.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 FIFTH ST.
Switches, toupees, halrdressing. manicuring.
PARIS HAIR 5T0BE. 303 WASH. ST. The
leading wlgmaker and hairdressers.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. G12-613 Marquam bldg.
Junk. Hides nnd Pelts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles. Iron, rags, hides,
pelts and tallow. 313 FronU Tel. South .991.
HOT-AIR FURNACES. J. C. BAYER. 2C3
TATUil A BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN FRAN
Harness nnd Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front su
THE BRETMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
zalc saddle and harness mfrs.. saddlery bard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front sU
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
Flrs.t su Paul van Frldagh. General Agenu
Slarble nnd Granite.
BUY MONUMENTS OF WEEKS, 720 FRONT.
Fine work, low prices. r
NEWLY OPENED MASSAGE PARLORS,
magnetic treatments and sponge baths: ex
perienced lady from the EasU 195 7th St.,
cor Taylor: hours. 10 to S.
FRENCH LADY WITH TWO YOUNG GRAD
uate assistants, rives massage treatments;
electric, perfume. 203 5th. Phone W. 1973.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE GIVEN BY YOUNG
lady from the East; strictly flrst-clasa. Room
10. 831 Morrlaon.
Oregon Viavl CO.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talks to ladles. Thursday. 2:30 P. M.
Manufacturers of. Ladles Goods.
Midsummer sale Waists, 25c up; skirts, 230
up; full line ladles' underwear: less than
codU Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrison sU
Leather and Findings.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. MFRS.
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe storo
supplies, leather of all kinds, 73 Front su
J. A. REID. mfr. boot and sho uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Wash. SU
TRENKMAN & CO.. MINING, SAWMILL,
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired, lot Nortn Fourth su
THE H. C. ALBEE CO.: SECOND-HAND
machinery, rawmllls. e. 248 Grand ave.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN
SPECLVL CONTINUED FOR SEVEN DAYS
lull life readings. r5c. Pror. Wallace. th
palmist. Cosmos, 4tn and Morrison, parlors
1 and 2.
Lar3en.tne palmlaU returned; scientific read
ings, ouc; past and futuie. 21U Allsky bldg.
PROF. STERLING returned. Have your
xi a N DS KKAu. o0c anu l. 239 3d su
Phyniclans and Surgeons.
DR. MUS. CAltEl TALUOTT SUCCESSr'UL
ly treats and cures ail diseases of Wvrmeu.
buccesstui nurae treatments by mall. 3ui
Salmon it., btftweun bltui and Sixth. .
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin dUeaAes. odd r'eliows' Tempi.
Dr. Mora A. Brown; dise&cs or wotueu and
children a spvyimsy. onloe 617 The Dekum.
BEWARE. Certain STANDARD" safes rold
art- truitwortuy until levied oy fire. AVulu
thin walis. D1Etiun) aatm uen utter file
preserving contents. LuCKou'lS upeueu.
general repairs, burt'lar alatuis. Jails, jafc
excnancid. j. E. liuv.s. M Third.
BARNES SAFES PORTLAND SAFE at LO-K
Co., gen'l agts., 2U5 2d st.. A. o. U. W. bids.
HALL'S SArEb. standard of tne Uurld. NurrU
Sale Co.. til 1st su 2d door north of Stark.
MiuTvcastt and Store Fixture.
R. LLTKE Si CO.. SCCCEa'SuitS TO DIXoN.
Borgesun it Co.. Sixth una Hoy.
TK.:hLV.TLE. TAL MACHINE CX.. 343
Washington sU; pioneer aiot .uacaine tiuusc;
iialii.Micu Isyj, lulrat u ad moat vutnpleto
establishment ot me Kind in tne U. a. im
pairing a specialty. Oicgou phuue Oat 13ol.
coiun.olu pnone 3U.
CONSULTATION FREE IT WILL COST
you notntng to call and ta.K. It v-vt-r v.itu
Selbyg ahd find out tor youriwf v. hat can
be ao:ie tor you.
Free ladies' tests roomings; readings after
noons, tocioys, c.airvoyantA. paituists .d
astrologers. Mi) Seventn su. ixtweeu Yam
hill and Taylor.
ALL IN TROUBLE t.ALu AND SEE MRS.
ullace, the .amous pyihlc; gives valuable
advice on all anairs ui life, traces absent
lnends. mines, taintly ditticultics. Always
consult the best. 271 Morrison sU. room A.
GERTRUDE MYREN, CLAIRVOYANT. 501
Goodnough bunding. Sth and Yamhill; reaaf
your lite accurately; satistactlon guaianteed:
no sign; keep this address.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual Ute reader; scientific
paimist; past and future. 30c. 22IH Morrison.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH FOR A SHORT
time at 133& Fifth, cor. Alder, room 1.
STORAGE AT LOW RATE3 CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Franu
Storage und Transfer.
C. O. PICK, office. 88 First. beU Stark and
Oak; phono OlHJ. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious are
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 60 THIRD ST.;
wholesale anu retail. Send for catalogue.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish bathsi
hours ladies. 9 to 3; gentlemen. 3:30 to 0.
Columbia Bar-Lock Visible Typewriter; get
catalogue. 319 California sU. San Francisco.
II. P. CHRISTENSEN. wall paper, graining
piper, picture framing. 131 7th. cor. Alder.
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
JOHN A. BECK. AVATCHES. DIAMONDS,
Jewelry, silverware. 207 Morrison. Repairing.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. .f9.3OO.O0O
DUDLEY EVANS ACT'O PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change Sold nnd I.etcrs of Credit Issued,
available In all parts- of tne world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEORGE W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
United States Depository.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Drafts and letters of credit issued avallabl
In all parts of tht? world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dusf bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head office. C3 Old Broad sU. London.
This bank transacts a general banking bust
nevs, makes loans. dUcounts bills nnd Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and
the purchase of merchandise In any city of tha
world. Deals In foreign and domes! la ex
change. Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
AINS WORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STSC
J. C. AINS WORTH 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 issued avallaable In all cities of tha
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up $8,000,000.'
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 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 of
tha United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Second Assistant Cashier.... ..B. F. STEVEN3
Letter of credit Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchanges and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Eoston. Chlcaro. Su Louis. SU
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points In the NorthwesU
Stght and time bills drawn In sums to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen; Chris
tlanta. Stockholm. SU Petersburg. Moscow.
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. Letters of credit Issued available la
Europe and all points In the United States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago, 8u
Louis. Denver, Omaha. San Francisco, and
various points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho.
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort. Honjt Kong, Yokohama, Manna aid