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' SAN JOSH, July 84. Paul MMWn.
prominent vtneyardlst and fruit grower
: a- this valley, has cabled from Agen.
Rancs, to parties here, atatln that the
non prun crop baa boon entirely de
' troyed by the lata cold rains and ban.
- startler te the season the prospect ware
for a short ia-op in France. Now, gcowd.
' lug to Mr. Masson, tba yield will hardly
be worth marketing. The loss of tba
, Tench crop mean big1 advance 1
price on thla coast, with according profit
to the California grower. ,
(Journal Special Service.)
MEMPHIS, July 14. John Dunn, white,
' 15 year old, baa been ahot and killed In
Tallahatchie County, Ml, by an armed
; posse. Dunn bad Just returned from tba
penitentiary, where he had served a two
year sentence, and was wanted at the
term of Circuit Court for murder. When
be learned that the indictment bad been
returned against him be armed himself
and together with his younger brother
retired to the bottoms of Tlllatoba Creak.
9udge Cook ordered the Sheriff to bring
him In dead or alive. A posse was or-
' jgsnlsed and Dnna was easily found. He
snadei an effort to kill bis pursuers,
emptying every chamber of bis revolver.
The posse returned the firs, killing him
ONE LEG ACROBAT.
'4- -i - - -: "'- i'm
WARSAW, Ind.l July M.-After losing
fortune eUmatd at 8500,000 In the show
business, Jams T. Harper, a one-legged
acrobat, , well known among circus peo
ple throughout the country, Is dead here.
Harper was epe . of -Barnum's leading
performers In a tour of Europe, and a
few years later toured China and Japan
With a circus of his own.
Work was reported completed the last
iek in June on the Chicago & North
Western, on the double tracking between
Arlon and Logan, Iowa, 13 mile, afford
inr a cohQnuous double track line for
the) entire length of the atate.
About 18 mile of track have now been
laid on the Ogden-Lucin cut-off of the
Southern' Pacific. The track now reaches
the water on the east shore of the lake
and on the west side about two miles
'Grading Is reported completed on the
Park branch of the Northern Pacific,
which runs from the present terminus at
Cinnabar, Park County, Montana, to
Gardner, three mile southeast on the
north boundary of Yellowstone Park,
Announcement la made that a branch
line 10 miles long will be built from Sour
Lake Station. Texas, on the Southern Pa
cific, to the Sour Lake oil field. Surveys
are being made.
Nearly (500,000 has been authorised on
the Spokane or Idaho division alone of
the Northern Pacific for track and other
Improvements, since January 1. Work la
now well under way on this betterment
of the line. It is proposed to build several
long sidings between Spokane and Ellens-
burg, to relieve congestion of traffic dur
tng the transportation of grain. These
Sidings will be about 9000 feet long. The
Improvements will also Include the filling
In of 15 bridges and trusties on the Wash,
Ington Central and of five on the Palouse
It Is said that a line is to be built by
the Illinois Central from Brookhaven to
Montloello, Id Lawrence County,' Hiss., a
distance of about SO miles. A logging road
is now In operation over a considerable
portion of the distance, so not much
logging road In question has been pur
fogging road 1 nquestlon baa been pur
chased, and It Is said that the new build
ing will begin in August. The contract
for double tracking 63 miles of line from
Brookhaven, Miss., to Hammond, La.,
has been let to C D. Smith A Co., of
Memphis. Tenn., Who nave just complet
ed a section running north 40 miles from
Brookhaven. The completion of this sec
tion will probably finish the double track
leg between Chicago and New Orleans.
Inside and Outside.
There are always two political parties;
not so much because there are two Sides
to every publlo question as because there
are two sides to every office, vis., the In
Sid and the outside. Life.
No charges appear today in the local
' quotations. Business was fair on ac.
count of the closing of the stores yester
day and the shortage In the retailers'
f A" meeting of the wholesalers is being
held this afternoon in reference to the
" salt proposition. The wholesalers claim
that the salt trust Is not doing the fair
tning by them by cutting their commls.
Ions so short The wholesalers have now
received a big cargo of salt,' and unless
some agreement Is arrived at this after
noon im coast im iitieiy to witness a
fight the equal of which has never been
seen; Wholesalers claim that they can
get all the salt they want from Indepen
dent companies, and are prepared to
stand a long running fight as they control
the Jobbing trade.
The steamer will arrive- from San
Francisco tomorrow, and Is expected to
bring the usual cargo on mixed small
fruits. No changes appear In quotations
Receopts of eggs are somewhat better
today, and there is a tendency to drag in
the market Eggs today are selling a
fraction over quotations. It Is expected
that in a very short tlm-that a big
Slump in egg quotations will appear as
the market is already showing weak
A large amount of very small spring
chickens are. on . the market todsy, and
Sr very weak' at quotations. Receipts
of hens are about the average, and are
Selling welL The -market Is about cleaned
- up all the time, i ' , . v . ( , .
. . Meat still continue to com In at a too
yy c i urnim inc
:.x. .: mwryn ,'e.ict .m jpo- .. .m. i
HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN IN
1 J '. 1 111 1
Tnls Tract is
. . jmy id minutes on Auivcntar
t ; r Morrison and'Third Streets.
IFjtpWANT A HOME,
7Q1 Chamber of Commerce
lively rate for. tn"W warftrperiod of the
year.? Demand Is vefy light Veal Is
Wheat Nominal; Walla 'Walla, Mot
bluestem, T5c; Valley, B5c.
Barley Feed, aOr' rolled, J2LS0 per ton.
OatsNo. 1 white, 1.201.M; gray. $1.10
Flour Best grades, tS.06fi8.f0 per barrel;
Valley, $3; graham, tt.S.M.
Miilstuffs-Bran, 1 per ton; middlings.
121.60: shorts, $19; chop. $17 60-
Hay Timothy,. Sl2fU; oiover. $7:600.
BUTTER. JCCkJS, POULTRT.
ButterCreamery, 2021Hc; dairy, 16
18c; store. la416c. ,
Eggs 20tlo per dosen. -
Cheese b-wl cream, twins, lb918Vet
Toung America, 14c
Poultry-Chickens, mixed, U.WfiM per
dos.; bens, $6.00 per dos. ; broilers, t2.509
8.00; fryers. $S.003.50: duck. $.008.60 per
dos.; .turkeys, live,. 1214o; do dressed.
UQVto per lb.; gee, $t0ftg)8.00 per dos.
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
Potatoes New potatoes., ft00tg.25 per
Onions California Yellow Danvers,
Tomatoes-$l.tt per crate: turnips,
1101.25: carrots. tBo dos. bunches; beets,
toe per doten bunches; peas. $H3o
per lb.; asparagus, gl.SS per box; rad
ishes, per dos., IShb&l&c; green onions,
dos., 124l5c: csbbages, Oregon. IVic per
lb.; lettuce, head, per do., 20c; California
green corn, 25c dos.; beans, 35c per lb.;
raspberries, $1.75 per crat of 24 boxes;
grapes, Arltona, $2.50 per crate; Califor
nia pears, $1.50 per box.
Green fruit Lemons, S3.5Off4.00; oranges,
$404.60 per box; bananas, ttifi; pine
apples, $34 per dosen; cherries, f5cell
oeaches. 6075c: California plums. 65ffi86c
box; apricots, 66$0c; cantaloupes, $2 per
crate; watermelons, t2.503 per dosen;
prunes, 75o per crate; apples, $1.50 per
Dried fruit Sun-dried apples, sack or
boxes, per lb.. 4Qoi e vapors tea. ixjpizfto;
l8o; prunes, Italians, S4c; figs, Califor
nia blacks. Itt4; do whit,, to; plums,
OROCBRIE8. NUTS. ETC
Sugar Cube, $4.75; crushed, $4.75;
powdered, h.h; ory granuiateou m.w
extra C $4.10; golden C. $4.00; beet
barrels, 10c; ball barrels, wo; bozos, 60s
per 100 lbs., above basis, Mo per lb. dis
count tor .prompt cash maple, 12tt13a
PCttifocb t38et lava, fancy.
vyaaxci java, jguoo, iugwi Java. oro
nary,' lfiBWor vosta jKica laa
a. aood. iai8c: Costa Rica.
ordinary. lO&lUe per pound: Columbia
rn.il SU Arbuokla'a. XII. 13 list: IJon
$10.(3 list; Cordova, $11.13; Yosemlte, 1L
Salt-Bales, 2s $s, 4s, llSSrts, 10s, $5.10;
Fine - table and dairy, 60s, per sack. Mo;
Liverpool, He; Worcester, 6c Worcester,
bbla, bulk, 820 lbs.. 16.26.
Bait Coarse tottit ground, 100. per to.
Honey Fancy white, 144Hfo: light am
ber, . UHOl4ot dark amber, loVlio.
Grain bags-Calcutta, tt-KKZHSper 100
Nuts Peanuts. ' 7o "oef nound for
raw, tsjse for roasted : eosoanuts, 869
uo per uuHDiy wuiuuui jswuio per
pouna; pine nuif-Wiwric; nioaory nuts.
ic; tuuiu r r arum; xJrs-
sll nuts, l7oj Alberts, ittfttot fancy pe
cans, 1414V4oi- almonds, J2V416c; cocoa
nuts, 90o per dos.
Col Ulf-Clises 800 pier gaUon; bar.
rsls, 19c; tanks..: Iso.
Rio, imperial. Japan No. 1, so; No. I
IHo; New Orlan, sJffe.
Bslmon Columbia RiVet, ene-pound
tall, $L7i two-pound talis, 0.49: fancy
one-pound flats, $1.86; half-pound fancy
flats; $1.15; Alaska tails, pink too, tSk
$1.25; two-pound tails, $2. ;
Beans Small whit, guo; large whit.
I l-6c; pink, to; bayou, tio: Umaa, iZ
HOPA WOOL , AND HIDES.
Hops lt18o per pound: contract, u
, Wool Nominal: Valley. llOlfic:
em Oregon, 10014c.
BheepsKine-eneanngs, l6W2Ue; abort
wool, 2&$5c; medium wool, toraooi Ions
wool, owe!! each.
Taflow Prime, per pound, MMUq; No.
t and grease, 8U4$9. 'TV, .
Hide Dry Udes, NO. 1, U pounds and
n. lS815Vic ner sound: drv kin. M, i
6 to IS pounds, 16c; dry calf. No. 1 under
pounds, lfta; dry-salted, bulls and stags.
n klftjl i.e. than n bw 4t I w a m i a j a w
sound, 10 to is pounas. ts calf, sound,
under 10 pounds, c: green (unsalted). It
par pound leu: culls l per pound lass:
horse hides, salted, each, Qi: dry.
a eh, 161.60; colt' bide, each, 88a60et
goat skins, common, each. lOOUta Anl
gora. with wool acb, 36c6L.
MEATS AND PROVIBIONsj.
Fresh meats Beef. nrlm. tamttt
WViko per lb.1 veaL 47V40t mutton, iu. I
WV WlMaaapv V7rU Jr Wg amaU U, Qffi aAjJ ptg
lb. . - - . . , . t , .: . i ...
Haras, bacon, tto Portland pack
breakfast bacon, 16n4c; llghi sides, lie;
uKvas, uwi orr hum siaes, lie; ansa
iwc wviM,, w, iitBiww ftuuuftm, jeer
outsldes, 16o per 10.: kettle leaf lard, 10
Ib. tins. 13TAc: do. 6-lb. tlna. 14a lb
ern packed hams under 18 lbs., 15Wc; over
U ilbs rUHet' iancyi. 16c i plenfo, Ucl
shonldere, l2ct- dry. salted sides,, uni
smoked, lSc; breakfast bacon,' lc; bacon
sides, lHc; backs, unsmoked, UUc: do
smoked, 14He; butts, laeiJo. -7 t
Lard Kettle leaf, 10-lb. tins. 14tte; do,
f-lb. tins, 14H lb.j sttam rendered, 10s,
1 BH ell MsV JJt4 t
steers, sauna, ow pouna ana over, 89c
to to to pound. 7tt& under BO ounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulls, -sound, 6a
SUe: kin. sound, 16 to 80 Bound. Ta: vaaT
uov ana i nreu-iuurwis 01
the finest suburban property in Portland.
r - t "
Ths value of a becoming hat cannot be
issUoulaa. . It ix -4fe article of atj-
than any other which brings out the good
points or accentuates tbe bad ones, not
only of eyes and hair, but of complexion
and the shape of the head. Let the hat
be suited to the wearer and all els IS for
gotten' and forgiven.
The picture hat of the Gainsborough,
suggests beauty of patrician type of the
brilliancy of a Rubens beauty. It Is suit
ed rather to the large-faced beauty than
tor a woman -with a small face, who must
not hide It under a bushel, The round
faced,' plvjmp beauty may wear a hat
turning back from the face, one following
too closely the outline of the face sug
gests the framing of tnb full moon.
The woman with a large, round, and
rather red face must not crown it with a
small hat suitable for some fairy. A
thin face needs soft, full f ramingjjp, ton
down all angles. " -
A woman with a retrousse nose should
not wear a hat that is bent down di
rectly In the middle, trying to meet ths
hat; neither should she wear a hat that
goes up sharply in tne front, as it looks
as though it was a continuation of the
nose. A hat that flares at the sides Is one
that she can wear; also a turban or
toque, In soft folds, Is most becoming.
For the woman with height weight and
color, hats are a difficult question. Shs
must be cautious In this matter to ths
point of cowardice. Few flares and few
feathers and flowers except when the last
are closely massed with much foliage
and always tending to dark tints, pon
pons for the modern Brunhilde. Shs
must be tautly rigged as a yacht, ready
to take every breese without a loose end
REAL ESTATE TRANSFEREE
A. L. Baker to M. C. Moors & Son,
lot t, block 201, city, or nwV4
and nw!4 of sw, sec. 11, tp. 4, n.,
r. 2 w., Columbia County, Or
Laura Break and hus. to C. A.
Haettinger, lot 18, wft lot 15, block
68, Sunnystde 3rd add 625
David Ooodsell and wf. . to K. O.
Hayward, lot 6, block 2, Mayor
Gates add v. 150
E. Ryan to A E. Milton, lot 2. block
119 West Irvlngton f 460
F. West to H. Thurmann. lot 10,
block 14, Riverside add to Alblna... 200
J. Frank Watson 'end wf. to J, L.
Wheeler, lots 13, 14, block 16, Point
M. J. Funk and hus. to E. J. Elliott,
lot 4, block 2, East Tabor Villa..., 750
M. C. Thompson and wf. to M. Mur
dock. lots 13, 16, block 4, Willam
ette Heights K00
J. F, Chase and wf. to J. O. Oroves
et al., lots 1, 2, block 1, Chase add
to Pelasant Home 100
Underwood Kutch to E. N. Hudson,
lots f io. block 2, Baxter's add to
F. L. Chambers et al to M. J. Cham
bers, sec 14, tp. 1 s., r. 1 e., in Ed-
1 ward Long D. L. C, love and, af
fection F. H. Phillips and wf. to F. M-Jurg
ana wr., lots u, iz, diock z, epaw-
Macleay Estate Co., to A. M. King,
lot 16, block 19, Lincoln Park An
nex Northern Counties Inv. Trust Ltd to
Wm. Clark, lot's, block 265, Couch
The Alliance Trust Company, Ltd.
3. C. P. Westengard, lot 1, block
Mary R. Thompson et al. to Chas.
Zlehr, wh ot eH of eH or nei of
nwK and wH of eH of nett of nw4.
sec. 20, tp. 1 s.. r. 1 e
Chas Zlebr to Robt B. Case, same..
The new directory lusi Issued bv- the
Columbia Telephone Company show thai
company to be growing.
FOR SALS Three fine sightly residence
Diocas, on weaiern siop Mt. Tabor!
free wSter. Call at Mt Tabor drug
store. O. F. Botkin.
MACHINE SHOP for sale; lathes, motor.
Mi-iu wwm, tie, rnon muss
WEDDING AND VISITINO CARDS En.
gravea; w. u. tsmun t CO., TtUrd floor,
.Washington Bulldlng.j '
Phone Main ISO
We own lots and blocks
in all parts of the city, on
which we will build for
you. You may pay In In
stallments. Call promptly
POfiTUDD TRIM (0HPMI Of OHM
109 third Street.
'! ll.'ft'ti "MB
Said witb or wtthea BllUn saS Taba. I
I Un Attaaas&tt. BaobaandTRMiUd. 1
ad Repaired. Faruroa tnmilir HiMwns I
ror u Haeaiaa. ums rapers. oarkaa Y
mvt. and Usoeluaauu TOMwrltar boddUi
and furalture. ftTasoaSAisss ma Unas I
mon osAaaa. , .
Wytkoff, Ssssisss a gesesTct.
349 Stark St, PortUnd, Or.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Title Guarantee aV Trust Com
pany will be held at the offices of the
company, In the Chamber of Commerce
building, Portland. Oregon, on Tuesday.
July 22, 1802, at i:30 p m. '
T. T. BURKHART, SecreUry.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL'S safe, standard ef the world;
safes sold on easy payments; trade your
old safe for a new one. Norris Safe A
Lock Co., 11 First St.
A E. Devere, the specialist in treatment
a,m vain. tea nnK. r,.i...:
phone Red 2849.
SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALIST.
BATHS, massage: scalp and skin dis
eases permanently cured; manicuring
Cottage 167 Park near Morrison; tel.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
DONALD O. WOODWARD. 246 sTartTiTT
mi and insurance. 'Phone Main am
Mrs. B. 3. Oliver, Millinery Parlors, room
W5. Macieay mms. ' f
HELP WANTED MAI p .
mm; wu-"i' jih nana ana
milker; work of all kinds in and out
Of city for men and women; 80-day
guarantee on every ticket Call and
CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
I26tt Morrtonbnchl4Burnw and
WANTED Two bright, actlv canvassers
nnllatora OH CltV ClPnnla tlm .
, be well recommended and give security:
don't appiy " you nor a hustler.
Apply to W. A. Campbell. Journal
WANTED 12 boy, 14 or 16 year old, for
journal rmm ai xn journal
office, 289 Yamhill St. i . .
TRUNK FACTO liY.
Harris Trunk Co trunks vallsea, satcb
els, etc, -m Morrison UL , .
Ml Cs4vS '' '-,
'iMQQMS FOR RENT i ?
4S5 ALDER, oor. lltb Nicely furnished
. front rooms; all eonvalnoe; suitable
iot one-of two gentlemen. . ' '
PRNlSHJDD ROOMS, light and
JS IUI (., US IH soww
THB ROBB 4UH 1st., cor. Salmon; ele
gant rooms; transient solicited. Phone
Red 1891. .
FURNISHED ROOMS-lllV, 1st st, cor.
Yamhill; transient solicited. Tel. Brown
FURNISHED ROOMS-Bath. tel. 881
Yamhill, near cor. West Park. Phone
THE BURBANK, 234 YamhlU-Wsll-fur-nlshed
front rooms and board; also
THB LOCKWOOD, 85M Morrison st.
Furalshed rooms; transient Phone Ore
gon South 606.
MANHATTAN COURT Brick building;
steam heat, newly furnished. IllVs Stark.
THE CASTLE 878 Wash.; rooms for gen
tlemen; transient. Tel. South 761.
MADAME JOHNSTON, trance medium;
reading dally; cards, 25c; clairvoyant
60c. 251 Fifth street.
MRS. STEVENS, tbe leading Palmist and
Clairvoyant, give reliable advice on all
affair of life; readings, 60c 221ft Mor
rison L '
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
idABallln, 48 2d st TeL OakTeTv
sels and machinery ot all kinds de
Pax ton. Beach A Simon! 610 Chamber ot
James Oleason, 3 and 8 Mulkey Building.
AS.gAYER AND ANALYST.
Paul Baumel, Assay er and' Analylst
gold dust bought. 228 Stark st
IJ BARBERS. - .
Joseph Reidel, 85z Morrison st
wm i no.',. v v
Snowden Bathrooms, tCOH 'Wash., room L
Vapor baths, massags i and electrio
treatment,;-!' Iptrf, ''.: v,
Grinding of U sharp edge tool sps-
'rsd T. MerrtU Cycle Co., .106-111 Bin t
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A Dreyers, Third st
J. Sanger, Repair Shop. 449 Washington.
cfNJ!i51A N 5 B u 1 L D E R8,,
John A Melton, carpenter and builder,
307 Stark st.; office and store fixtures
built and remodeled, altering and re
paring house. 'Phone Main 747.
L. Mitchell, Expert Chiropodist Knight's
Shoe Store, 8M Washington at. Plion
A. J. Coffman, Chocolate and Bon Bona,
3a0 Washington at
W. J. Powell, Candle and Cigars. 420
Sewing Machine and Bicycles, 835 Mor
Metal Skylights, Galvanised Iron Cor
nices, j. v.. Bayer, zee uecona st
Oregon Fuel Co., dealers In all kinds of
coal and wood, 844 Morrison st
Bsnfleld-Veysey Fuel Co., dry flat wood,
80 Third st Phone Mam 363 and Col. 3a.
S. M. Hamby, D. D. S room 3 Wash
ington Bldg., Washington and 4th st.
Theodore 8. Thompson, 50-61 Washington
Bldg.,1 Washington and Fourth sta
Phone Hood 414.
P.fl. Langworthy, rooms 7 and 8 Benson
Building, 114 Morrison street near
O. P. 8. Plumcer. 260-262 Third st
Rows 4k Martin, Sixth and Washington,
Frank J. Btrelblg. 148 Washington t
Laua-Davis Drug Co., 175 3d st Phone 648.
Portland Electrical Works Offlce, 892
Western Elecfrto Work, 806H Wash, st
FOR SALE REAL. ESTATE.
'ORALEReal estate offfcTwiufa
IllCe I1BV VL yi HCO. OVA JUOff,
HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENO-VATORS-Only
place in Portland for
good work: union hatters. Boston Hst
Company, 82 Fourth street; phone Blaok
Hicks-Chatten Engraving Company. MorT
rlson. oetween r irst ana Second sts.
Oregon Employment Co.. 227 Burnaid- st
sTlve'rneld Fur ' MTgToToTMorTn
. Pre er A Co.. 140-842 Washington t
Pari Hair Store, 208 Washington t. uT
to-dat hair dressers. r
Hotel Belvedere, European plan. Fourth
and Alder sta
HAY AND GRAIN.
W. S. Lauthers, U0 North Third suTjnTeT
Shingles and Cement
some Furnishers Furniture. Carpets.
Parlor Good, Stove, eto. See i.
i As Sons. 178-175 First tls-228 Yam.
JOIL Both phones 804.
Clean Towel Dally. Comb, bruah, soap,
81 per momo. ,"1''B'vvr uo., to.
48 N. Ninth st Tel. 410.
: v MASSAGE. - ;. ) ..
MDME. H. iBVELY. Dermatologist, mas
sage, electric uwumu udi m irt st
Buffer Burgard Co., 851 Washington st.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Ca
AND I STREETS.
For Maygers, Rain
ier, Clatskanle, West
port. Clifton. Asto
ria. Warrenton. Fla-
vel, Hummoiia, Fort
11 :10 AM,
Pk., Beaelde, Astoria
ana Seashore Ex
Daily, ex. Saturday.
Ticket office, 255 Morrison street and
J. C. MAYO, General Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Yokohama end Hongkong, calling
at Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking
freight via connecting steamer tor Ma
nila, Port Arthur and Vladivostock.
For rates and full Information call on
or address officials or. agents of tbe O.
R. A N. Co.
Beldlng Bros., Diamonds, Watches, etc,
4a Third st V.
The L. C. Henrlchsen Co.. Jewelers and
opticians, 2H4 Washington t
Th O. Heltkemper Co.. manufacturing
Jewelers, 286 . Morrison st
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to Loan on Cltr lots- and im
proved farms. W. A. finaw 4b Co., 43
MONEY LOANED on furniture, pianos,
etc. 392 E. Morrison st
W. A. HATHAWAY-Mpney to loan. 10
w asnuigtotn uunong. rnone now
structfon. Prof. B. A. Smith, resldenci
254 Twelfths Phone Brown Its.
PATENT .FOR. SALE.
FOR SALEjaf a aorlflce.4 interest in
a valuable patented asphalt paving pro
cess; has Deen operated successfully.
Address' Box iti. Jonrni offlo.
UjwJey "ifiiy, NorthrThQTt, ,t r .
Portland Loan Offlce, Dad Marx, prop:,
74 Third at, near Oak. Phone Brown 475.
Uncle Myers, Jeweler. 143 Third t
Third and Washington its.
The King Real Estate Association.
Chamber of Commerce.
Chas. H. Koretl, real estate and mortgage
loan. 251 Washington. Main 681
Otto Schumann, monumental and build
ing work, 204 Third st. Estimates h
first-class work and stock only.
REJ5TjMJR A NT 8.
Morris' Lunch and CoffeeHouse. Below
Btrouse's Restaurant, 228 Washington st
City Chop House and Restaurant U Third
Jessie WaddeU Sign Writer, 269H Taylor
treet Phon Hood 175. Portland.
All style; repairing; phonograph, rec
ord. Transcontinental Machine Co., 848
Washington t -
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
C. O, Pick, office 88 First st, bet 8tark
and Oak; phon 5M. Plahos and furni
ture moved and packed for shipping;
commodious fireproof brick warehouse,
Front and Clay sts.
Furniture, Piano and Safe Moving and
Packer. Charles M. Olsen, 128 First
The Smith-Premier Typewriter. 122 Third
street All makes of typewriters for
rent. Supplies for all machines. L. A
M. Alexander A Co.. agents.
to 820 saved to all points.
H. P. Chrlstensen, wall papers, and
painter. 141 Seventh st, corner Alder.
Ernest Miller ft Co.. wall paper and dec
orations. 127 First st
THB COLUMBUS-Callfornia Wine De
pot P. Loratl, Prop. AIL kinds wine, 6e
glass. Fin wines, liquors and cigars.
Headquarters for cooks, waiters and
bartenders. 148 Fourth st Or. phons
LADD A TILTON. BANKERS.
Established in 1S59.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Itnerest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on fa
vorable terms. Letters of credit Issued
available In Europe and all points in
the United States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York. Washing
ton. Chicago. St Louis. Denver, Omaha',
San Francisco, and various points In
Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana
and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris. Ber
lin. Frankfort. Hong Kong, Yokohama,
Manila and Honolulu.
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THB BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up 38.000.000
Transacts a general banking-business.
SAV BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of 810 and up
wards, and Interest allowed on minimum
-,v.iv balances. Rates on. annlleatlnn
44 Washington st ,
1 E. A. WTLD. Manager.
LONDON 4 BAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber of Commerce Building. Third FOR SAN FRAN- From v
u and Stark streets. " CISCO. Ains- .
Head office. 65 Old Broad street London. S8. Geo. W. Elder- r
This bsnk transacts a general banking June 1, 11, 21. ; P?P" ' ' ' '
business, makes loans, discounts bills and 88. Columble , . 8i0pal 5
Issues letters of credit available for trav. June 8, 1, 2d. - ?:. ri ,, x
elers and the. purchase ofmerchandioe In fOR ' ASTj5RTATan3 ,:do pie I 00 pa
any city of th4 orl&. peals In foreign points, eonnctln Dally t Dsiiy ,
anS domestlce whenge. - fop Uy,mco ?nX ,so? e Uu
lntr.t psld North Beach, str. Has- Bat X ' ,
W A MACRAE.. Manage-.: a,0 Agh ,treet doek. p m J
M-RCHANTB NATIONAti plr '' FOR CORVALLI8 ahl 7;i4JO f:W pot 4
MKRCH,POIOTLANt? QBTt f way Points, steamer Mon., Tu.a.
I Frank l.Trni 'M.JSt S ' JiT'
fi. L. Durham ...:...........Vloe-Preslden (Water permitting.
R. W.Hoyt ...................... ...Cashier f OR DAYTON. Oreaon flwl am w put
Geo. W. Hoyt ... "Assistant Cashier City and Yamhill River Tue., Won.,
TRANSACTS AOENERAL BAJSKINU points, str. Modoe, Asa Thur v ..
. 'BUSINESS iJreetdook. - sat, Frt
. ' . United States Depositary.-'- (Water permitting.) .
Drafts and Utters of credit Issued avail. 1 " 1 I" T
ebleto-all parts of the worid. TICiUCT O FICH 1 hlrd and ssi..
, Collections a specialty. Qold dust bought lsiephone, Aaia 7-
Without Change of Csrs ;
CHICAGO & NORTH
WESTERN RY. -
TIME 70 Hours to Chicago
A. G. BARKER,
Oenersl Agent, CAN. W. Railway,
153 Third St., Portland, Orejon.
I Q (OODIH. SHASOkl " I
if BOUT IS. JO I
I Depot Fifth and I
I I Streets. 1 ArUve,
joVERLAND E3t- ' .
(PRESS TRAIN8. h:4 01
8:80 p la
ror naiem, nose-l ,.
burg,Abland. Sac-1 '.'
ramento. Oarden.l7:W n fn
San Frandaco. Mol . i--
iave, Los Angelas.!., .
CI Pmao. New (' -'-ss.waiB'i-leans
and the Be'..! ) ..
At Wo o d b u :
(dally except Sun
day), morning trsi";
connects with trail:! '
for ML Ancal. Rii-I ' '
verton, B r o w n s-l
v I I i , Springfield.)
uu iiBiron, ana,
Albany Local for
Mt Angel and Sll
verton. 4:00 p m
7:80 a m
Albany easssnrer .. 110:18 a i
Corvallla Daasanaer 6:W n DS
iBnenaan passengsri i: a l
'Dally. HDaily zoept Sunday.
R5bt tickets .on sale between Port
land, Sacramento and Ban Francisco. Net
rate 217.(0 first-class and 21 second-olaa
Becond-clas includes slssperi flrst-oiasl
Rate and tickets to Eastern points and
?u,r.I? Al JAPAI. CHINA. HONOLULU-
and AUSTRALIA. Can be ob
Jflned at Ticket Office, No. 254, cornet
Washington end Third.
Passenger Depot foot of Jefferson Bt
Leaye Portland dally 7:20 a. m.. ll:80t
1:66. 2:26. 4:40. 8:25, 8.80 p. m. Daily ex
cept Sunday, 8:30,1:40 a. m., 6:06, UM p
m. Sunday only. 8 a. m.
Arrive Portland daily. 8:80. 10:68 a. n4
1:36. 8:10, 4:80, ;15, 7:40. 10 p. m. DailJ
except Sunday, 8:85, 8:80, 10:50 a, m.1 s
rept Monday, 12:40 a. m.; Sunday only,
10.06 a. m.
Leave for Dallas dally seept Sunday,
6:06 p. m. Arrive Portland 8:80 a. a
1'assenger train leaves Dallas for AlrlM
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays st 8:8(
p. m. Returns Tuesdays and Baturdaye
V. A. SCHILLING, City Ticket Agent
W. E. COMAN. Freight and Passangea
North Coat Llmltd...l:00 p. m. 0 a. ssk
Twin City Eaprss...ai:80p. m. 6:20 p. so.,
Kansas City and Bt. ' ' " .
anni-i . iidiam. natan.
Pugt Sound Limited. 2:26 a. m. :4 p, n.
Take the Puget Sound Limited 'fo
Olympia, South Bend and Grays Harbol
points. All trains dally. Four train!
dally to Tacoma and Seattle. Taxes
through te the East i
A. D. CHARLTON.
Asst General Pas. Agt, 1
255 Morrison street Portland. Ore)
gistj.iniii s i J
THREE TRAINS . lMi 1 - ,
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT. Leava Arrive.
dUCAGO-PORTLANl) J-OO an, U pm
SPECIAU Daily DaUy.
For th East via Hunt-
SPOKANE FLYErt" 6jl6m A
For Eastern Washing- Daily
ton. Walla Walla, Lew-
Is ton. Coeur d'Alen and ....
Ot Northern points.
ATLANTIC XPRE8S. 840 pm :latu
For the East vie Hunt Daily Dally ,
Ington. , ; ,.- ; t
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
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