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Woman's Sudden Death
V at Union Depoti
JUST FROM THE EAST
Took in as She Stepped From the
3 strain on Her WayioSalem.
' Un. ICaardalana Btauftacher, of Mon
ro Qraan County, Wl.. wm uddenly
tricka with newt faUur at the Union
flD0L owfttter ttln off th : p.
So. train ytruy, and expired In a few
-Mra. Btauiiacher. accompanied by her
Uter-in-law Mr. Elmer, left "her borne
In Wlaeonaln a few day ago to visit
bar brother-in-law, who resides at Sa
Um. When - she arot oft the train she
complained of her right leg hurting her,
tat nothing was thought of It, aa 'ahe
walked Into the waiting room unaided
and aat down.
In a few minutes ah said she was
ttlssr and soon fainted. Mrs. M. -
Riles, the matron, and others hastened
lo her assistance, and simple restoratives
revived the sick woman.
After resting a few minutes, she
atarted to walk across the Boor when
She became unconscious and fell. After
restoratives were again administered she
opened her ayes and told those around
her that she was going to die. Dr. Hub
bard was hastily summoned, but Mrs.
StauOacher became rapidly worse and
died at 3:30 p. to,, a few moments before
the doctor arrived, who, after a hasty
examination, pronounced It heart failure.
The deoeased was quite stout, was 69
years of age, and ap&rently in good
She was a widow, ana la survived by
ix sons and three daughters, who live
Coroner Flnley took charge of the body
and it will be shipped back to her home.
Aa inquest was deemed unnecessary.
The fight between the Portland Jobbers
and the ealt trust is on In earnest and
the retailers and buying public are reap
ing the benefits, A large slump was made
this morn in? In the Quotations of all
grades of salt and another decline Is look.
d for any day. The Jobbers have met
the prices of the trust and have gone
them one better in the matter of quota'
tloha Portland Is not the only place that
is interested in the fight as the fight has
been on In other cities whenever the Job
bers buoked against the iron-clad rule
of the conscienceless trust.
Retailers Were notified today by the
Jobbers of a decline in the quotation 1U
corn and roast peefs in 1- and petijfcrf
cans. The decline amounts to 10 cents
A firmness is noticed in the quotations
on lice. It Is now anticipated that higher
prices will prevail in the near future.
The steamer Columbia arrived from
Ban Francisco this morning, being a num
bar of hours late. A large cargo of Cali
fornia green apples, peaches and other
small fruits were received.
The meat market is demoralized. Re
ceipts though not at all liberal are too
much- for the present conditions. Owners
of stock are advised . not to ship their
products If they expect to realise any
thing for them as dealers do not want
them at any price. Quotations aret slight
ly lower than yesterday and still the
market Is overstocked. The city health
omoer was arouna tne street tnie morn
ing and inspected all the meats on hand,
At one of the houses he seized two veals,
Eggs are quoted slightly better this
Booming, the prices being 2li&t2 cents
Q RAIN AND FLOUR.
Wheat Nominal; Walla Walla, Mel
feluestsm, 75c; Valley, 65c.
Barley Feed. 120: rolled. 121. Bo car ton.
Oats-No. 1 white, $1.201.2S; gray, $1.10
Flour Best grades, 13.063.60 per barrel;
vauey, vs. granam, iz.kx&3.zv,
MlllBtuffs Bran, $19 per ton, middlings.
azi.tu; snorts, lis; cnop, fiv.bo.
Hay Timothy, li&13; clover. $7:5001
BUTTER. EGGS. POULTRY.
Butter Creamery, 2021o; dairy, K
aic; store, l&'wi&o.
Eggs 41H22V4o per dozen
Cheese Kuil cream, twl:
cream, twins. lbQlfffee:
Toung America, 14c
Poultrar CThtnkana. mllerl M.RUI&5.00 tier
aoz.; hens. 6.W per doz.; broilers, yt wt
.00; fryers, $3.003.60: ducks. 13.00 3.50 per
aoc.; turkeys, live, uwepmc; ao aressea,
141So per lb.; geese, $4.00S.OO perdos.
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
Potatoes New potatoes, $1.001.25 per
Onions California Tellow Danvers,
Tomatoes $1.25 per crate; turnips,
$11.26; carrots, 25o doz. bunches; beets.
Cfio per dozen' bunches; peas. 2Vi3o
iter lb.; asparagus, $1.26 per box; rad
ishes, per doz., 12tt15c; green onions,
toz., 12HlSc; cabbages, Oregon. lVic per
lb.; lettuce, head, per doc., 20c; California
green com, 25c doz.; beans, $5c per lb.;
raspberries, $1.75 per crate of 24 boxes;
grapes, Arizona, $2.60 per crate; Califor
nia pears, $LW per box.
Green fruit Lemons, $3.504.00; oranges,
$44.60 per box; bananas, $2423; pine
apples, $34 per dozen; cherries, 75ctr$l;
peaches, 6075c; California plums, 65t6c;
box; apricots, 6540o; cantaloupes, $2 per
crate; watermelons, $2.60S per dozen;
prunes, ?5o per crate; apples, $1.50 per
Dried fruit Sun-dried apples, sack or
boxes, per lb., 4&oc; evaporated, 12)L!Ho;
apricots, llwlic; peaches, tf&llc; pears,
t8c: prunes, Italians, 3c; ngs, Califor
nia blacks. SH4c; do white, So; plums,
' GROCERIES. NUTS. ETa '
Sugar Cube, $4.75; crushed, $4.7$;
powdered, $4.60; dry granulated, $4.60;
extra C, $4.10; golden C. $4.00; beet,
granulated, $4.45 per 100 lbs., sack basis;
barrels, luc; half barrels. Oct boxes, 6ut
per 100 Iba, above basis. o per lb. dis
count for prompt cash; maple, 12HUo
per pound. , ,
Coffee Mocha, S3028o: Java, fancy.
toeUc: Java, good, 200240 Java, ordi
nary, I820c; Costa Rica fancy, l(Mj20m
Costa Rica, good, 1618e; CosU Rica,
ordinary, 1012e per pound: Columbia
toast, $11; Arbuckle's, $11.1$ list: Lion,
10.6$ list." Cordova. $11.1$; Tom mite. UL
Bait Bales, Is. 8s, 4s, ts, 10s, $2.2$; fine
table, dairy and imported Liverpool 50s.
115.50; lOUs,' $15.10 per ton; Worcester, 50,
tec per sack; Worcester, bbla., bulk,- 320
libs.. $5.25. t-
tiait-Coarse, half ground, 100s, per ton,
ui.w; owe, pr ujii, u.ou. - . ...iwt
j Honey Fancy white, 14J15o; light am fi V
JMr. UVi&Wci dark amber. idfflTo. r lessea
. " i .... ' i , ... . ..... - . -rrr. . mwr-j.
HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN IN
' Jhls Tract is the finest suburban property in Portland.
Only 15 minutes on E. Ankeny car line to f
Morrison and Third Streets.
IF YOU WANT A HOME,
701 Chamber of Commerce
Grain bags Caloutta, $6.SOO$.7i per 100
Nuts Peanuts, 67c per pound for
raw, 8M9o for roasted; ooooanuta, 8&9
(Oo per dosen; walnuts, lSSUc per
pound; pine nuts, 10l2Vic; hickory nuts,
fc; chestnuts, $3.605 per drum; Bra
zil nuts, 17c; filberts. 16f 16c: fancy pe
cans, 1414c: almonds, i2&15c; cocoa
nuts. Wo per dos.
Coal Oil Cases. 20 Ho per gallon; bar
rels, 16c; tanks, lec.
Rice, Imperial, Japan No. L So; No. $,
4V4c; New Orleans, bc.
Salmon Columbia River, ene-poan4
talis, $1.75; two-pound tails. $2.40; fancy
one-pound fiats, $1.86; half-pound fancy
UatsT $1.15: Alaska, tails, pink JOc, red
$125; twepound tails, $1.
Beans-Small White, Via: large whit a
I l-6c; pink, so; bayou, HC: llmss, o.
HOPS. WOOL AND HIDES.
Hops 17V418o per pound; contract. IS
Wool Nominal; Valley, 144315c; East
ern Oregon, 10 14c
Bheepsklns eheartngs, 1802lte; short
wool. 25S6c: medium wool. SO60o; long
wool. 4Wcjfl each.
Tallow Prime, per pound. 44T4Hc: No.
S and grease, 2Ha8e.
Hides Dry hiaea No. 1, 1 pounds and
up, lo16V4tf per pound; dry kip, No. 1.
t to 15 pounds, loc; dry calf. No. I under
B pounds, 16c; dry-salted, bulls and stags,
.one-third less than dry flint; saltea hides,
'steers, sound, 60 pounds and over, 89c;
DO to 60 pounds, 7V48c: under 60 pounds
and cows, 7c; stags and bulla sound. 63
RV4c; kip, sound, 15 to 80 pounds. 7c; veal,
sdund, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c; calf, sound,
under 10 pounds, 8c: green unialted. la
Ser pound less; calls le per pound less;
one! hidea salted, each. $1.602; dry,
each. Ill o0; coits' hides, each, 2050c;
aoat skins, common, each. lOffllBc; An
cora. with wool on, each, 25cJ$l.
MEATS AND PROVISIONS.
Fresh meets Beef, prime, 67c pork,
"tV,ic per lb.; veal, 888ftc; mutton, Zhk
6'ic; bulls. SWSHtoc per lb.: lambs, 636c
flams, uauuii, nu. rvmuia pacK
(Western) hams, 15c; picnic, llo lb,;
breakfast bacon, 1617o; light sides, 12c;
backs, llVic; dry salted sides, 11c; dried
beef setts, 16c; inside and knuckles, 18c:
outsides, 160 per lb.; kettle leaf lard, 10
lb. Uns. 18c; do, S-ib. tins, 14 lb.; East
ern packed hams under 18 lbs., 1614c; over
18 lbs., 15ei fancy. ISc; picnic, Uc;
shoulders, 12c; dry salted sides, . un
amnkad. lStz breakfast bacon. l(c: bacon
sides, Wic; backs, unsmoked. 134of do
smoked. 14M,e: butts, 12f l$c.
Lard-Kettle leaf, 10-lb. Uns, 14e:vad,
B-lb. tins; l4Ho lb,; steam rendered, IDs,
i3 s.io. - v ,
,' : : Feguson Very ID.
Late ns from the ocean beach." says
that-the condition of Eugene Ferguspn,
late superintendent, of the street cleaning
and Sprinkling department, is very muoh
worse the past few days. Mr. Ferguson
was very in a few weeks ago, and after
recovering his physicians ordered him to
the sea coast for a rest. The Change does
not seem to be very, beneficial as Mr. . Fer
guson's health, ihas gradually grown
worsa Borne fears, are now 'entertained
for his recovery.. V,;-
The Chicago-Denver Flyer was wrecked
near Omaha yesterday afternoon. The
Mreman was crushed to death and every
member of the train crew injured.
Arthur Martin, a 12-year-old boy of II-
waco. Wash., was instantly killed yester
day. While driving a team the single
tree broke, striking him over the heart.
Mrs. Mary J. Lake; who was shot by
her husband in Seattle last Saturday
night, died yesterday.
Thomas P. Hawley of Carson, Nev., has
announced his candidacy for United
States Senator to succeed Senator Jones.
Andre Tarbrapgh, a Frenchman, was
crushed by a falling tree on Wednesday
morning at Fletcher sawmill In the Ore
gon mountains. Though his head was
crushed to a shapedless mass, he survived
a journey of 50 miles, when he died yes
terday at Walla Walla, Wash.
Frank Wakefield, aged 18, was drowned
in Lake Washington, near Seattle, yester
day. While swimming he lost his hold
on a rope. The body was recovered.
The North Pacific regatta opened today
at Nelson, B. C Portland and Victoria
teams are competing. Oregon men are
favorites in the senior four and sculling
events. ... '' :
A. Mexican sheep herder and several
thousand sheep have been killed by cat
tle tnen near Lander, Wyo. The Sheriff
powerless to stop the outrages and
troops may be sent to the scene of trou
ble. " ' .
Henry. D. Baylor, TJ. 8, Consul at Daw-
son, Yukon has bean sued for. damage
by the Sterling Coal Company, a Portland
firm. He detained their boat, the May
West, and they say cauied them $10,000
Lot and Three-fourths of the Money
Leaves Husband After
W. V. Toung. an employe ofthe Soath
ern Pacific shops, Is having troubles
that he never expected when he was
married five weeks ago to an estimable
young lady of less than half bis age. It
was a case of December and May he
40, she 17. Mr. Toung fitted up a home
on the East Side by the aid of his par-ents-lnJaw,
but he had little use for the
fixtures, for the bride left him on ac
count of his manner, and now she says
that she will never return to him. Toung
has retained two of her wedding' rings,
and it Is possible that some action may
be taken to secure them. When the bride
departed she left the Jewelry In the bu
reau drawer, and Toung Is supposed to
have them. Though be gave the rings to
the bride, she claims that he has no legal
right to them, and an effort may be
made for their recovery.
Recently Edward Shields, proprietor of
the Shields' Park open-air show, announc
ed one night that he had endeavored to
secure local talent for his so-called
"amateur Sight" which is advertised to
occur every ""Ftjday evening. In eerio
comio style Mr.""ShleId9 declared ' that
every time he secured attractions of this
sort they became affected with frigid ped
al extremities when the time came around
for their appearance. Whatever, his trou
bles in the past, they are over now, for
he is certain that he has cinched three
attractions from the local field for this
evening that will cause surprise.
The new balcony, which will give much
additional seating room will be thrown
open, to the public tomorrow night. It
is strongly constructed so that it will be
perfectly safe, and to preclude the possi
bility of any breakdowns. ( ' ;
Mr. Shields will present an especially
attractive program next week.
Henry J. White, gent's furnisher, 169
Third street, says: "Our slaughter sale
has been a grand success. We have Just
passed through the busiest two weeks of
our business history in Portland. Our ex
perience In this sale has taught us that
the day of big profits in our line Is past;
that people will buy where goods are
cheapest and we are now more fully de
termined than ever to meet the demand
of the people. We purpose to depend
rather upon the amount we sell to a large
patronage, than upon big profits made up
on a few sales. We were fortunate in
securing a very attractive line of goods
for the season's selling and we were able
to buy at a figure that has made it pos
sible to sell at the startling low prices
we are Quoting on high-grade goods dur
ing this 'sale.
We are fully determined to continue
giving people better value for the same
money than can be secured elsewhere.
We find it pays not largely, but satisfac
torily." '. '
ROWE RETURNS HOME '
General Agent Rowe and Traveling
Passenger Agent Casey, of the Milwau
kee, have returned from the North, The
present was the initial trip of Mr. Rowe
as general agent of his company to the
country across the border. "I vlsltd
Tacoma, Seattle,-Victoria and Vancou
ver," said Mr., Rowe. '"Our cousins In
British Columbia show ts much pros
perity as do we, and everything is mov
ing along at a lively gait The present
Phone Main 180
t'is the first visit I have' ade to British
Columbia In about 10 yeirs, and 1 was
much Impressed with the progress that
has been made there.
"Every train coming to the Pacific
Northwest, every steamer on; the rivers
is loaded to the guards wtfii newcqm
ers. In fact, I never saw so much west
bound travel aa that of the present."
Mr. Rowe expects shortly to go to
Skagway on a business trip.
At your own price Saturday.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST BUY
Best Creamery Butter... 45c and BOe
Brownsville Creamery,.,,. 50c
Good Creamery Butter. ?.".... 'Jr. 46c
Good Dairy ,! i. 35c-40c
Fresh ranch eggs, 2 doz 45c
ricnic Hams 12ftc
Lard, 5-lb. pall, compound 50c
60c Tea S5c
Sugar-Cured Hams, pound 15c
LA GRANDE CREAMERY CO.
364 Yamhill Street.
Now is the
Sold (with of -without BtlllnHMd Tabu.
una ItoDural. Pusjron Trnawiitar HI I. bona
(or ell Machine. Lfoea Paper, Oarbon Pa
par, and mleoeUaiiatHn Typewriter Supplies
and Furniture. HTBoeaaFHaae immtHW
Wyceoff. SeeeMM ft Benedict.
249 Stark St., Portland, Or.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
HALL SAFE, standard of the world;
safes sold on easy payments; trade vour
old safe for a new one. Norrls Bare &
Lock Co., 81 First St.
A E. Devere, the specialist In treatment
or nair ana scsip. wo The Dekum;
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. WOODWORD, Stark St.,
rents and insures. 'Phone Main 234.
HELP WANTED MALE.
LOGGERS; mill and yard men: men and
teams; wood-choppers; farm hands and
milkers; work of all kinds In and out
of city for men and women; 80-day
guarantee on every ticket. Call and see
CANADIAN EMPLOTMENT AOENCT.
2264 Morrison; branches, 247 Burnslde and
61 North Third.
WANTED Two bright, active canvassers
and collectors on city circulation; must
be well recommended and give security;
don't apply if you are not a hustler.
Apply to W. A. Campbell, Journal
WANTED 12 boys, 14 or IS years old, for
Journal routes. Apply at The Journal
office, 18$ Yamhill at.
WANTED trackmen, 10 axemen; no
fee. Call 216 C. of C.
FOR SALE Three fine sightly residence
blocks, on western slop :Mt. Tabor;
frea water. Call at ML Tabor drug
store; O. F. Botkin.' a?.,; ; , .
WEDDING AND VISITING CARDS En
graved; W. O. Smith ft Co;; Third floor,
Washington Building, -r-.y,
mm sr vx
Wadhama & Co., Wholesale Grocers, Man
u f ac t rere and Com mission - Merchants.
M ami front st.
3S ALDER, cor. 12th Nicely furnished
front rooms; all conveniences; suitable
for on or two gentlemen.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, light
and airy. No. 189 7th st; use of phone
THB ROSS-tmi5 t st, cor. Salmon;
elegant rooms;, transient . solicited.
Phone Red 189L
FURNISHED BOOMS 181 H 1st St., cor.
Yamhill; transient solicited. Tel Brown
THE BURBANK, 334 Yamhlll-Well-fur-nished
front rooms and board; also
THE LOCK WOOD, 351 Morrison et.
Furnished rooms; transient. Phone Ore
gon South S06.
steam heat, newly furnished. S11H Stark.
THE CASTLE 372 Wash.; rooms for gen
tlemen; transient. Tel, South 761.
MADAME JOHNSON, trance medium;
reading dally; cards, 25c; clairvoyant,
60c; 261 First st.
MRS, STEVENS, the leading Palmist and
Clairvoyant, gives reliable advice on all
affairs of life; readings, SUc. 221ft Mor
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
Fred A. Ballin, 43 2d st. Tel. Oak 76. Ves
sels and machinery of all kinds de
Paxton, Beach & Simon, &10 Chamber of
James Gloaaon, 2 and 3 Mulkoy building.
AMAYER AND ANA LY ST.
Paul Baumel. Assayer and Analyslst;
gold dust bought. 28TStark st.
Joseph Reldel, 352 Morrison St.
Snowdeh Bathrooms, 8C0Vi Vash room 1.
vapor botns, mast-age
LEWlS-STKjfGER Bnrber Supply Co.
Grinding of all sharp edge tools a Bpe
clulty.. 151 First st.
Fred T. Merrill Cywlu fr4 10r-Ul 6th st.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. Dreyers, 67 Third at.
J. Sanger, Repair Shop. 449 Washington-
John A. Melton, carpenter and builder,
307 Stark Bt.4 office and store fixtures
built and remodeled, altering and re
pair houses. 'Phone Main 747.
JJHIROPODY AND MANICURING.
u. Mix-noii, it;xj rt irniropouist. Knight s
Shoe Store, 2S Washington st. phone
II OOa I'.'S.
A. J. Coffman, Chocolates and Bon-Bons,
aou vvuHmiiKiun si.
W. J. Powell. Candles and Cigars, 420
CYCLISTS AND MACHINERY.
Sewing Machines and Bicycles, 835 Mor-
. CORNICES SKYLIGHTS.
Metal Skylights. aGlvanised Iron" Cor
nices. J. u. aayer. io Second at.
COAL AND WOOD.
Oregon Fuel Co., dealers In alj kinds of
coal ana wood, 344 Morrison st.
Banfleld-Veysey Fuel Co., dry flat wood,
W Third st. Phone Main 353 und Col.
S. M. llamby, ,D. D. S., room 8 Wash
ington bldg., Washington and 4th sts.
Theodore S. Thompson, 0-51 Washington
bldg., Washington and Fourth sts.
Phone Hood 414.
P. S. Langworthy, rooms 7 and S Benson
bldg, 291Vi Morrison st., near Dth.
Mrs. B?J. Oliver, Millinery Parlors, room
405 lMacleay bldg.
O. P. S. Plummer, 260-262 Third et.
Rowe & Martin, Sixth and Washington.
Frank J. Strelbig842 Washington st.
Laue-Davls Drug Co.. 175 3d st. Phone 648.
Portland Electrical Works Office, 892
Western Electric Works, 305H Wash st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Real estate office. witha
nice list of properties. 392 East Morri
Hlcks-Chatten Engrvlns (Company, Mor
rison, between First and Second sts.
Oregon Employment Co., 227 Burnslde st.
F. Dresser & Co., 840-342 Washington st.
Paris Hair Store, 30$ Washington St., up-to-date
Rosenthal Sisters Wlg-maklng and man
icuring. 160 Fifth St. Hood 914.
HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENO
VATORS Only place in Portland for
good work: union hatters. Boston Hat
Company, 82 Fourth street; phone Black
Hotel Belvedere,' European plan. Fourth
and 'Alder sts.
HAY AN D GRAIN.
W. 8: Lauthers, 110 North Third St., lime,
shingles and cement.
Home , Furnishers Furniture, carpets,--parlor
goods, stoves, etc. See I. Oev
urts & Sons, 173-175 First, 219-225 Tarn
hill. Both phohes 3W.
.JUND R I ES
Clean Towels Daily. Comb, brush, soap,
SI per month. Novelty Supply Co.. 40
42 N; Ninth st Tel. 410.
MDME. H. E ELY, Dermatolyoglst, mas
sage, electric treatments. 193 First st.
Buffer, Burgard & Co;, 3S1 Washington st
Flute, guitar, mandolin and banjo in
struction. Prof. E. -A, Smith, residence
J54 Twelfth.- Phone Brown 65.
RAILRO.AD TIME TABIiES
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co
AND I STREETS.
For Maygers, Rain
ier, uietukanle. West
port. Clifton. Asto
ria, Warrenton, Fla
vel. Hammond. Fort
Pk., Seaside. Astoria
and Seashore Ex
Daily, ex. Saturday.
Ticket office, 255 Morrison street and
Union Depot. .
J. C. MATO, General Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Yokohama and- Hongkong, calling
at Kobe, Nagasaki and Bhanghal, taking
freight via connecting steamers tor Ma
nila, Port Arthur and Vladlvostock.
For rates and full information call on
or address officials or agents of the O.
R. & N. Oo.
- - -- . - - - 1 n
Belding Bros., Diamonds, Watches, etc..
45 Third st.
The L C. Henrichsen Co., Jewelers and
opticians, 2S4 Washington st.
The O. Heltkemper Co., manufacturing
jewelers, 2s Morrison st.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY to Loan on city lots and Im
proved farms. W. A. -Shaw & Co., 843
MONEY lOaWED on furniture, pianos,
etc. 393 E. Morrison St.
W. A. HATHAWAY Money to loan. 10
. Washington bldg. Phone Hood 413.
FOR SALE, at a sacrifice, H Interest in
a valuable patented asphalt paving pro
cess; has been operated successfully,
Address box 121, Journal office,
Uiu'le Himry, 43 North Third st.
Portland Loan Office, Dan Marx, prop.,
74 Third St., rfear Oak. Phone Brown 475.
Uncle Meyers, jeweler. 143 Third st
E .W. Moore, crayon and oil portraits.
Third and Washington sts.
The Klne Ren! Estate Association. 723
Chamber of Commerce.
Chus. H. Korell, real estate and mort
gage loans. 251 Washington. Main 688.
Otto Bo-human, monumental and build
ing work, 2(K Third st. Estimates on
first-class ork and stock only.
Morris' Lunch arid Coffee House. Below
Imperial Hotel. '
Strouse's Restaurant. 229 Washington st
City Chop House and Restaurant, 13 2d
Jessie Waddell, sign writer, 269 Taylor
street. Phone Hood 175. Portland.
All styles: repairing; phonographs, rec
ords. Transcontinental Machine Co.,
.143 Washington at.
Cfi. Pick, office 88 First st. bet. Stark
fVid Oak; phone 596: Pianos and furnl
,'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. &
M. Alexander & Co., agenta
Overland Ticket Office, 140 Third St.; 35
to 320 saved to all points. ,
Harris Trunk Co., trunks, valises, satch
ela,ykc. 231 Morrison st
H. P. Christensen, wall papers, and
- painter. 141 Seventh st., corner Alder.
Ernest Miller & Co., wall paper and dec
orators. 127 First st.
THE COLUMBUS California Wine De
pot, P. Loratl, prcr All kinds lne,- 5c
glass. Fine wines, liquors and cigars.
Headquarters, for cooks, waiters and
bartenders. 148 Fourth St. Or. phone
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS ..
Established In 1859.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Interest 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 KxchanRO and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Wash
ington, Chicago, St. Louis. Denver,
Omaha, San Francisco and various
points In Oregon. Washington, Idaho,
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange solo on London, Paris, Ber
lin. Frankfort, Hong Kong,. Yokohama,
Manila and Honolulu.
CANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid up .., 8,00. 000
Reserve , 2,000,000
Transacts a general banking business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sum of 310 and up
wards, and Interest allowed on minimum
monthly balances. Rates on application.
244 Washington st
E. A. WTXtD, Manager.
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce Building, Third
and Stark streets.
Head office, 55 Old Broad street Lon
don. This bank transacts a general banking
business, makes loans, discounts bills
and Isause letters of credit available for
travelers and the purchase of merchan
dise In any city or the world.' Deals in
foreign and domestic exchange. .
Interest paid on time deposita .: " T'
E, A. MACRAJS. .Manager.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAli HANK -PORTLAND.
OR. v .
J.. Frank . Watson - a 4. .President;
R. L. Durham .,... Vic. Preidnt
R. W Hovt .".".".....Cashier
Geo.4W. H0yt iAsefslan-l CssHtef
TRANSACTS A GENERALaKANKJNa
Drafts and letters of credit issued avail.
bis to all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Uold dust
lit OIIIT TiOlll tmiiu
Without Cbango of Cr ': ' .
CHICAGO & NORTH
TIME 70 Hours to Chicago
A. C. BARKER,
Oeneral Agent. C. ft N. W. Railway,
153 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Depot Fifth and
8:80 p m'.1 fPREsS TRAINS.
ror Harem. Kom-i
l:S0 a ra
8an Francisco, Mo-j
;ave, La Angeles.
Kl Paso. New Or
leans and the East.
At wo o d b u rn
(daily exeeDt Sun
day), morning train
unoc wiin train
tor Mt Ansel. U-
and Natron, and
Albany Local fori
me Ansel and Bil
4:00 p m
7;S0 a m
114:60 p m
AJbanv Buimnr .
io:io a m
: a m
I W lOCDtN, tnAstkl r I
1 IboutmjI I
DaUy. Dally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sals between Wrt
gscramento and San Francisco. Net
rates 117.50 first-class and $14 second-el asa.
Second-class includes sleeper; nrst-rtslas
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and
Europe. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONO
LULU and AUSTRALIA, Can be ab- .
ts-'ned at Ticket Office, No. 164, corner
Weahlngton and Third. a - ,
' TAMHILL DIVISION.
Passenger Depot foot of Jeffersoa 8t
Leave 'Portland dally 1M a ro.. UM.
1:55, 8:25, 4:40, 6:25, 1.30 p. m. Dally ex
cept Sunday. 6:80, t:40 a. an., 6:06, U:80 g
m. Sunday only, I I. a.
Arrive Portland dally. 1:80, 10:50 a m ,
1:35. 8:10, 4:80, 6:16, 7:40, 10 p. m. Dally
except Sunday, 6:35, 1:80, 10:60 a, m.; ex
cept Monday, 12:40 a, m.; Sunday only.
10.06 a. m.
Leave for Dallas daily except Sunday
6:05 p. m. Arrive Portland 8:80 a. m.
Passenger train leaves. Dallas for AlrHe
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:641
p. m. Returns Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Except Sunday. (
V. A. SCHTLLINO. City Ticket Agent
W. E. COMAN. Freight and Passenger
Agent . ... r-.
'''. J if ' v
North Coast Lltted...t:00 p. m. J:00 a, ni.
Twin City Express.... 11:80 p. m, 1:20 p.m.
Kansas City and Bt . - r , i . e
Louis 8peclal I:W a. nv 11:10 P. BIT
Puget Sound XJmlted. t:2S a. m. 6:46 p. mv
1 amaaaaaakmS " ' J
Take the Puget Sound Limited Jot "
Olympla, South Band and Gray's Harbor
polnta AH trains dally. Four train
dally to Tacoma and Seattle, Three
through to the East . ;
A. D. CHARLTON. t
Asst Oeneral Pav. Art,
285 Morrison street Portland. Or.
THREE TRAINS DAIL Y
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT, Leave. ArrlVa.
CmCAGC-PORTLANl5 am W
SPECIAL. Dally DaUy
For the East via Hunt.
lngton. ; r t---
SPOKANE FLTER. .1S pm li "
For Eastern Washing- Dally ""ji
ton. Walla Walla. Lew- , ,.
leton. Coeur d'Alene and , .', - J
Gt. Northern polnta y,-
ATLANTIC EXPRESS, a:50 pm 4:10
For the East via Hunt- Dally Daily.
lngton. t 1 ii" 1 In (
OCEAN AND RIVER BCHBDgLB.
FOR SAN FRAN- From -j ,
. CISCO. Alna. - ..M n
89. Geo. W. Elder worth -WP .
June 1, U, 81. poek ,
88. Columbia f ; WW
June 6. 16. W-;1 ' - v.-' ' n
fOlt XSTORIA'- end :uo pm 1:00 bsp
way points, connecting Dally Dally v
. with str. for Ilwaeo and ex Sun ex flua
North Beach, str. Has-Sat. 10
ealro. Ash street dock. p m '
VOR COkVALLIS and :4a(a :tKi put '
way i' polnta - steamer Mon., Tuea.,
Ruth. Ash street dock.- Wea f Ihur.
' (Water permitting.) Frt Hat,
FOR DAYTON, Oresos ' ug tun m pis
City and Tamhlll River Tuea. . Mon.,
points, str. Modoo. Ash Ihur. Wed.,
street dock. SaU . Frl,
(Water termlttlng. . -
TICKET OFFICE, Third aM.1
ton. Telephone, L 1