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THE OfcEGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11. 1004.
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' P. 0. Bn 121. Portland. Of.
' Weather condition, and genersl forecast for
Oregon, Waabtftgioa and Idaho:
-.: During the laat 24 hour irood rain bare
fallen in Western Oregon, Western Wsahlngtnn
' and Northern California, and moderately heavy
i,w ha occurred In the eaatern portion of
theae Rtatea. la Idaho," Northern Nevada, Utah,
t Colorado, Wyoming and Western Montana.
The weather la now more nettled in the North
Pacific states and clearing weather prevail In
the intermountatn region. '
1 The Indication are for fair and eolder weather
. tonight In Eaatern Oregon. Eaatern Wssblngton
and Idaho.' It will continue cloudy and threat
ening to the weat of the Cascades, with local
rain at scattered ilacee.
; Maximum temperature In the lt 24 hour,
4N; minimum -temperature, :: 40; precipitation,
' 24. : - -.. i vt- - r - : - - - , -
" . Charle E. .Brown, aged . 24, and Grace T.
King, aged 1H.
' J. W. Taylor, aged 21, and Lout Barr,
Sged 18. -..-'.
Michael J. Walsh, aged , and Julia Louis
Coffey, aged . . - . .. '
January 8. AUee Henrico, at 766 Hendricks
' avi-nue, measles. . i
January 8. John. Jsmes. Henry and . Earl
Msaacy. at 194 Fsrgo street, messles.
January 8. Margaret Lillls, at 821 Morris
etrr.et, diphtheria. t
January 0, Dora Bolda, at 120 Teiai etreet
.diphtheria... " - . .
'; January Miaa Ella Hoberg, at 581 Sixth
January . Marie Harthaway, at 4S3 Holllday
avenue, chlckenpmr. .
January 10, Julian Tboma. at Bishop Scott
: January 9, Frances Wlmer, at 350 Fourteenth
, street meaale.
January 10. Perry C. Ooun. at-Good Sa
itiurlt.in hoapltal.. of typhoid fever. Interment
January 4, Joaeph. Johnaon. at St, Vincent'
- liiiiial. -f acute -gaatre-entlrtti.- Interment
- county farm.
t'reamatorlnm, on Orernn City car Una. near
. Hellwoodi: modern. acleotlAc. complete. Charge
Adult, f.'i&; children, $25. Vlaltor B a. m.
- to b p. tn, Portland Cremation aaeoclatloh,
Portland, Or. -
. . The Edward Holman Undertaking Co.. funeral
dlrectora and cmbalniera, ' 22(1 Third (tract.
Pboue 607. . ,
J. P. Flnley Son,-funeral-director and
emhalmers, have removed to their- new eatao
llahment, coriwr Third and Madiaon (traeta.
Both pbonea No. 9. -
B.TTEE VIEW CEXETEST.
single grave. tlO. Family lota from 175 to
fl.oou. The only cemetery . hi Portland which
Perpetually maintain and care tor kit. For
full Information apply to - W. K. Mackenii.
j Worcester block, city. W, M. Ladd, prealdtnt.
REAL ESTATE TEAHSFEEB. -
J. J. RlrhardfOB to Hawthorn tatate.
lot 8. bkx-k 9. York :.. ..$ 1
tanra Breake and bukbard to H. I. Wor-
den. lot 13 and esat 13, feet lot 14,
Mock . Kiinnyalde Third addition TOO
'August Tnoninbon to Victor Land com- i
pany. lot 8. block 8. Ma eg ley highland. T 1
Mary G. Hart and hnaband to M. A. But-
ler, lot 4 and S, block 1. Bralnard.... 128
7. C. Bymea and 'wife to R. J. William '
and wife, .lot 6, block 3, (nbdlvialoa
Eohert Catltn. admlnlatrator. to Bernardo.
Cannto, block A. Kprlngvllle ... 342
Ben Selling and wife to J. L. Warner,
lot 10. block 9. Ktra Park .......... 200
B". 8. MrDanlel to Percy Warren, lot 10,
IeLaabnt.ott Oatman'a Utile Home
" No. 4 t t-vmi" '-,-, vi . ; . . - 1
Ellen I. Firnawwto and hnaband to F. X.
Illg. lot 6, block 8.1, Tibbetta' addition. 2,000
VuliucBah county to Alor Harold, lota
& and 80, block 1, Penlnaular addition. . 6
d v. latnieale to ti. F. Krleger and wife,
lot 19, Mock. 14. WUliama Avenue aildl-
tlon i..., 460
Hi. W. Oalloway to W. L. Grinnell, lota
8 and 4, block 12, Pleaaant Home adiil-
William B. Boberta et al. to Llllle Word
cock, lot 20. block 4, Stewart Park ad- -
ditien ....... 160
r. M. Marlay to Tboma Ponham. lota 1.
2 and 8. block 6. Logan' addition ...... 1
HUitboman county to r. H. Marlay, lot '
1, S and . block BrfctHtan- addition. -4)
euaie H. rarker anfi huaband to Beckla
Gordon, part fraction block 121, city.. 1,800
H. u. smitn ana wire to John fallen.
lot IS. block 11, Paradiae Spring tract, 1,200
B. L. Khodea and wife to Mary 11. gorber,
InU 9, 11, block 13, Highland Park.... 182
4. a. roroyce to Margaret K. Fordrce. lota
1, 4, block 162. Couch addition , 8.000
ineri v, uienrer ana wire to Henry Thur
man, undivided V, Intereat lot 13. 14
and 15. block 106. University aPrk 8,850
aii-nry. Ddiwr ana wiie to w. it. MC
Farlaad. part lot 1, block 40, Fulton
Park ....... 894
giawinnrne eaiaie to rant z. ' Hrlen,
lot 11, Dlock 11, Hawthorne Flmt ad
t. K. Boatt to gi. a,. Chandler, lot IT, 18,
19 and 20, block 64. gunoyilde ...... 1
n. u. Baoiairom ana wire to Margaret A.
King, .ot 1, block 13. Lincoln' Park
annex , 27 J
a, a. neinain ana wire to Mabel Con
ant, weat 66 2-3 feet lot 2, block 3. Mar
ket Street addition 2,000
aciiin Beitoo to maro &. rrainey, lot 8,
block 23, Bulllvaa'a addition 600
Get your Inattranc nd abatrict to real
Mtut from the Title Guarantee A Truat com-
To Jimea Keller, repair at Thirteenth and
aiaaiaon. 10 roat aiou.
To Novelty Ktove work, erect one-atnrv dwell
, Ing at iCt Madlaon and (Jrand avenne to cojt
' 11.000. n .
To W. S. Cutler, repair at l'nkn avenue
nd Meagley atreeta, to coat S3A0.
To C. fYanaen. erect H-atory dwelling at
- Twent.v-thlrd and York, to coat 81.400.
, To M. York, erect two-atory dwelling at
auiai r,iTt-oui iih Duenuan, w coot fl.UUU..
. OOAT BBOW To'bB BIO ArrAUL
Dallas, Or.. Jan. U. -The fifth annual
angora goat show and sale for the state
of Oregon, which is to be held In this
city on Thursday and Friday of this
week, promises to be a big affair,
' Blooded goats will be entered from
, every part of the state. iThe show Is
bold under the auspices of the - Polk
County Mohair association and Is grow
Ing larger and better. each year.
Diplomas will be given to all prise-
winners, and no entrance fees will be
- charged, while feed is furnished to the
, Block free of charge. The show will
- open on the morning of 'the 14th and
will be open to visitors on that evening
nd during the next day. A special train
. will uu downfrfrom Portwhd on Thurs
day, hringing" visitor), from ths live
stiji-k convention In thst'cUy.-
Frt4 space will also be given to all
who desire to -make exhibition of sheep
and poultry. This latter Is Independent
of the goat show and is made simply
to give sheep growers -nd poultry
raisers a chance to show 'their stock.
The committee on arrangements, H. I
Fenton, Wilson Ayres and IT. S. Grant,
are leaving no stone unturned to make
the affair a big. success.
Hew College Gymnasium.
The .Dallas college executive commit
tee has made : arrangements whereby
that institution has acquired the old de
serted woolen mills building near the
college campus , and will convert the
me into an up-to-date gymnasium.
Baths will be put In. together with all
other gymnasium faeUitiesr-On the main
floor the basket ball court will be lo
cated and will be made the regulation
else. Carpenters are now at work on
the building remodeling It. and it will
bo In shape next Friday evening for the
basket ball game between Dallas college
team and a. team from the O. N. Q. team
of Albany.. The All-Stars from Port
land are to play here in the near future,
as well as the U. of O. basket ball team,
and efforts are also being made to bring
the Seattle team here sometime In Feb
.' Vewa Votes.
Prof. E. L. House, a noted lecturer,
will deliver the first of the series of
lectures of the star course In . the col
lege chapel this evening. This course
i)f Jecturea has bealye
Ing the past three years and have al
ways been well attended and very suc
cessful. -, ' ,
The Dallas Juvenile band will give a
dance at the opera house Saturday
evening for the purpose of raising
money to defray expenses and to buy
uniforms, music, etc. The boys have
been practicing only a short time arid
are making rapid progress.
Notwithstanding the rainy weather
during the past Jew days, the gang of
men who are putting in the water
works system have been steadily' at
work, laying pipe and digging ditches.
The most of-this kind of work will be
finished before spring. :
MEET TO DISCUSS
v " (Journal Special Service.)
Salem. Jan. 11. The Salem Socialist
club yesterday afternoon met for the
discussion of the question, "Resolved,
that the Republican party Is the friend
of the laboring man." The discussion
was participated In by a large number
of the members of the club, and at the
conclusion of the debate, honors were
about even. It would not be surprising
to see the Socialists of Marlon county
swallowed up by the Q. p. P for the
saucy Jade has been long courted and
as far back as the opening of the 102
campaign saw Socialists In some of the
precincts led up to the polls In the Re
publican primaries and voted en masse.
In one precinct It is reported that one
wily leader delivered 43 Socialistic votes
to a Republican candidate, and his fail
ore to secure the coveted nomination cer
tainly was not the fault of his Socialistic
Ziocai oaa rauows.
The two local Odd Fellows' lodges held
a joint Installation of officers last Sat
urday night in the I. O. O. F, temple, ana
the occasion was marked by the greatest
gathering of members of the jjrdeiseen
In this city for some years. Mr. Otto
Shuli of Jefferson, deputy district grand
master for this district . inducted the
officers Into their respective stations, and
the Interesting ceremonies were followed
by a banquet to all the members assem
bled, Including a number from near-by
towns, and the social session lastea until
a late hour, the gathering being 1n the
nature of a reunion of Odd Fellows. The
officers Installed were:
Chemetka lodge No. R. J. Spencer.
noble grand: C. I McNary. vice grand;
W. 1L Pettit. secretary; C. C. Worrick,
financial secretary: II. A, Thomas, treas
urer; B. F. West, warden; J. Rosenbaum,
conductor: M. P. Baldwin. R. 8. N. O.;
O. O. Gana. 1 S. N. O.; William Waldo,
R, 8. V, 0.: Carl Lacbelle. I 8. V. O.;
J. W. Young, Inside guardian; J. W.
Frost, outside guardian; T. A. Ratcllff,
R. 8. 8.; R. B. Kaylor. Jj. 8. 8.
Olive lodge No. IB B. B. Herrick.
Jr., noble grand; V. L. Smith, vice grand;
Frank F. Toevs, secretary; K. carisen,
financial secretary; John Motr, treasurer;
D. C. Ross, warden: H. O. White, conduc
tor: J. Q. Wilson, R. 8. N. Q.i Jj H. Dun
lap, L 8. N. O.; J. A. Mothorn, R 8. V.
O.; C. M. Parmenter, Inside guardian;
A. Vass, outside guardian; A. M. Clough,
R, 8. 8. !
USB CtrBB TOK FIXES.
Itchlne- niles nroduce moisture and
eauaa Itchlnar. thia form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or irotruaing rues are
cured Dy UT. BO-san-KO's rue nameoy;
Stone Itchlnar and bleed I nr.. Absorbs tu
mors. 60c a iar. at drurKlets. or sent
by mall.. Treatise free. Write me about
your cnae. nr. rtownnico.- fnu a, ra.
Japanese and Chinese
ON ACCOUNT OFV HA VINO
NO PLACE TO MOVE, WE ARB
, COMPELLED TO CLOSE OUT
OUR ENTIRE STOCK, AT SAC
RIFICE PRICES. ;
We have a large stock of Net
suke purses; regular price, 15.00, '
now $2.75. Fine embroidered ,
ones, regular price, f 25.00, now,
LADIES AND CENTS' EM-
BROIDERED OOWN8. REGU
LAR $12.00, now 18.80.
JACKETS, REGULAR $5.50,'
, OW S4.1S.
Fine line of decorated china
cups and saucers from 10 cents -.
' up; also closing out entire line of
toys at half price.
Andrew Kan & Co.
-Cor. Fourth and Morrison' Sti-'
Free 5750 Free
fiavan Vinnil - ah nl flfiv 11ats lea
. wis iiui iu v-v sjaaav uaa- wstav-sav a
lota will be given awijr at the big auo-
January 12th, 1904
' Business lots of Estscada will be sold
on the above date at public auction for
two hours only. No business lots will
be sold prior to the sale. . ' Residence
lots can be purchased up to and Includ
ing the day of the auction sale, January
After that date the price of all residence
lots will be raised not less than tii
each. . . , - -:
Trains will leave First and Alder
streets at 7:40 and o'clock a. tn., on
January 12. Remember the date and
rlace. Round trip excursion tickets
hat date 76c. Call on or eddrens the
OB.EOO WATZ1 POWSB TOWM8ITB
OOMYAaTT for further information.
Room 6, 132 Vk First street, corner of
v'An untimely advertisement is one in which yoa say today what you
' - should have said yesterday it is JiKe the man who always
Just misses trains." ; 4 '.
This morning several merchants re- - '
ceived nuiling card asking a quti- '
. tion, to which the above is tha answer.
The Tord Auction House
li. FORD, Auctioneer.
13th, 15th, 10 a. m.
WB WILL 8EI.L AT PCBMO A1TCTIOS
At Our Salesrooms, 182 First
S 000 WORTH Of
PARLOR. niNINU-ROOM. BEDROOM AND
' SALESROOMS F1LLKD TO THE DOORS.
Wednesday's Sale 10 a. m. Sharp,
at 182 First Street
LARGE) CONSIGNMENTS OP GOODS MUST
Friday's Sale 10 a. m. Sharp, at
182 First Street,
aT witt. dipt T. a ipin m lim.M
"HARNEMS AND WAGON, AND ALL THB
CONTENTS OF OUR LAROH SALEROOM
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OTHER GOODS,
The gradea, qualltle and condition of tbeae
goods make the aala worthy tha attention 'of
all who want flrt-flaa furplahlng. Please
call and aatlcfy ourBl. . , , -
H. FORD, Auctioneer. .
P. S. We reccWe conlgnmnt or oar . tod
cash for good. Pbon. Mala 1820. , -
3. H. Imhoff.
W. W. Ulnar
Imhoff & Minar
arrest eonsnmers of
Stone la Oregoa.
Marble and Granite Z
ALT. KINDS OF '
JOl work. Onaranteeed.
1 335 L Morrison SL
i roBTuirs, OB.
DIXON. BORQESON As CO.
ManOfacturers of Every Description of
JEWELERS' AND DRUGOISTS WALL
CASES AND BANK FIXTURES.
140-148 JK. SIXTH T yOmTOAJTP, OB.
03-908 rirrt At, lontB, Seattle, Wash.
Proprietor ot the
largest and Most Complete
Srewery in tha Horthwest.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Tuznon sro. 78.
Offloa ma ana sumsiae
S PORTLAND, OREGON.
FOR A FEW DAYS
6-D rawer, Box Cover Sewing Ma
Dien Hd . ............ . .... . .$19JB
These are new and up-todata Sewlnr
Standard Sewing Machine Office
880 YmhlU St, Coras roarth. 1
jAim nil and Renalra . Second
hand Machines all makes, from $3 to
$10 In good order.
klCLLKR Friend and acqnalntancea are re-
. . ' . , 1 . - . . . . . n .... ,1IK.F.1
SlieCLlUlIT inTliru w mo u... -.
-I"", m v..nk ll hih will lw held
at the cathedral, corner Fifteenth and Davie
atreet. at a a. m. anuarr x. juwnuvui
Monnt Tslvsrf cemetery.
0TIC 011 AMITOAI, MEZTTMGB. v ;
The Arernn Wster Power A Railway Com
n.nr Notice Is herabr alven that tha rerular
annual tneetlnc of tie atorkboldera of tha
Oregon Water Power Railway company, a
feiTTUl, . T Will IM. Ill, 111 L in, WW.. W. .u
company, corner First and Alder atreeta. In
the elty of Portland, Multnomah county, jre-
nM r vnei nmir or it o ciock in. ui
.,.Am the 12th dav of lannarr. 1904. The
aid meettna; will be bold for tha nurpoae of
electlrig director for the ensuing year and
for the transaction ef such other bnsineas a
0'.y be Wlly brought before It. -
Ttls notice I given pnrsusnt to the reqnlre-
mvnU oc tha bylaws or tne S ft &piH
Secretary the Oreson Water Power Railway
him v a r est la.- W asV&stas A. TLnlAaW afV
W Hi n A r Q ULHJIUICU lAWwrniTu g, j -t
m r a.1 S -v- ..1. a.e 4s.m aall atataa
OI I OTlIBina Ur( WVtV ipiTll" aw -p a
mmnK Liiiiiuuau. v - -
r tl I Al t
LADIES can rn to cut and fit yoar own
drewfi; I teach it: 30 tjoursa for 110. rea-
. cuttings aotiooi, 00 xeoin pi., near oiar
aatiiUulu-AuajU woman winimi ivr iHiu,r.w.t
good bom. 811 Bb at., Montavlll. Wanted
linnipainieiTY rnone, uhiud ui,
WAh'tEb Lady aeVnt, to handle the best
thing out; Mg comnjuaion. -t Address n n;
BITTJATI0M WAXTKD HALK.
EXPERIENCED shoe man desire position. Ad'
drees M. 9. car Journal. '
METAL RKYUCHTR. galvinlaed troa cornices,
i 1. Ct Bayer, 2W Second st. , . ,l-
WIDR-AWAKB boy wsnted to 11 Batarday
Evening Post at Mount Tbor. OfWAffn. Mil
winkle, Oregoa City, WoodtOfk. Sunnyslde,
North ahd South Portland, I'ortland brlahts
and Nob bill dlatrlota. If you bare a mora
ine; or iftarnoon nwpanr route, here I a
fine chaor to inaka money and win prise
without Inn-eaaed labor. Write Or pho.i
- 8itt ,: 43). J. C. HaTely. Jr..
clnsW afnt, 715 East Elf Tenth at., city.
WANTED General airent for the state of Ora
foa Inreatement Corporation; tig aalary guar
anteed; eiperlene In Industrial Inauranca or
Tontine. Addresa, slating enperienee ' and
; reference. J. M. Sanford. P. S. M. Co., 137
Montgomery atreet. 38 . BeMenlgckjJgaa
WANTED FOR II. S. ARMY Able bodied on-
married men. between agea of 21 and S3.
cltlten of United States, of good rharaeter
. and temperate hablta. who can apeak, read
and write English. For Information, apply
to Recruiting Officer, Third and Oak ata.,
Portland, Or. :" . :
MEN to Tears the barber trad. Onra la not
the only place to learn, bat certainly I the
. lest. Call or write for full particular and If
In donbt make a personal inreetlgatlon. Fort-
una Harper college. za BTereii sireer.
MEN to learn barber trade; only two month
required: the . only ytem and only col
lege teaching tha trade;, catatogne and full
articular milled free. Molar System, col
ege. Ban' Francisco, Csl.;' ' ' .. '. '- -, " r
HONKER EMPLOYMENT CO. Labor co
;; tractor s belp free to employers, 15 . Mor
rison. . '
30 TO 40 per week la made by writing acci
dent and alck benefits In the Union Mutual
- Aid association. Call or address 401 ' Mar
quam building, Portland. Or. 1 '
DR WHITE'S Specific No. 1 guaranteed to ear
gonorrhea in jto oaya: no. l ana sa ran
gleet and stricture In 20 days; No. 2, aypblll
and blood potaon In 90 day; No. 10. the
only apeotflc for weak men, old or young,
tbta sperllle make yon a man. Call or
write. Dr. White Medicine company, 3C9
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. cor. Alder and
Park ata., formerly tha Spalding, tha moat
complete apartment bona In tha city: entirely
. renovated: steam heat, gae, electric light, por
celain batha; every 'modern convenience; tour-
1st and transient trade aollclted.
I HATE a few more single rooms elegantly
furnished, suitable for gentlemen; bath anil
phone; also housekeeping suites. Mrs. J. H.
Palmer. 230H Russell at.
THE COSMOS Fourth and Morrison, furnished
housekeeping suites, suite and single rooma;
3 per week and up.
204H STARK at., nicely furnished rooms; rea
sonable rent; tranaient ' solicited. Phone
Front 1005. . '
881 - YAMHILL ST., The Ramooa Rooma at
reasonable prices with steam heat, light and
HOTEL Vendome. cor. 13th , and Alder; fur
nlabed room with board; reasonable rate.
NEW HOUSE jnat opened 18SH Morrison;
transient trade solicited; line location,
THE CASTLE 3T2Washlngton at; rooms for
gentlemen; transient. Tet South 761.
ROOMS AMD BOARD.
ROOMS WITH BOARD, well furnished; modern
conveniences; table board. 221 13th at.
8IX-ROOM COTTAGE; good eordltloa; cement
baaement; raay psyment; $700. 10-roora
house, modern, aleaant home, beautiful loca
tion, easy payments,- fi.ow. etevene ana
Bhreve, Tabor Heights, end of Sunnyslde and
hi, laoor car line,
FOR SALE 3,600.'O, new, modern borne,
Prettrman are.. Mount Tanori eaar terma.
Inquire Pipes A Tlfft, attefneys, TlO Chamber
or torn mere Binf.
FOR BALE Fine French range, with galvanised
iron noon, new boiler and tuna, iron shelves.
Adress Box R. . care Journal.
AN CNTJSDAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
IN THB BEST TOWN IN OREGON. '
THORODGHIy ESTABLISHED. WELL AO
TERTI8FJ). PROFITABLB HOUSK-FUBNIHH-I.NQ
BLhUNESa, BST LOCATION IN CITY.
THB LARGEST. MOST COMPLETE BTOCK
IN CITY. AND A POPULAR STORK. LONO
LEASE ON GOOD BRICK BUILDING. RENT
Stock will Invoice $1.000 to $1 000; eonld
reduce In SO dava to about 110.000.
An excellent opening in the moat prosperous
eitr of Tarred resource In Oregon.
BANK REFERENCES. Satisfactory reasooe
given for wishing to saU. (Would sell part
cash If desired.)
Address FURNITURE OPENING, care Or.
ton miiy journal, fortiana, or.
4 LOTS, Improved; fruit treea. -
l nouae. n rooma. amwiavh Minv.nl.nM.
liath, pantry and toilet and basement: price.
1 bouse 4 room, with pantry and bath-
rooma; price, gooo
1' Petaluma Incubator, 1B0 egg. .
2 PeUlnma brooder. 100 chick.
1 Humphrey bone-cutter; all good; all In
xramoiu, cioae to u. w. r. Ky co. line.
Apply or addrea
. . JOHN CARSON,
R00MIN0-H0U8XB TOR BALE.
0 room, central ......................$ 8S0
10 rooma, central, lea . TOO
-Q -rooms, central. - lease . . ..... .-, , .-.-.v. -I 400
S3 rooms, brick, 3-year lease ........... .S2.000
83 rooma, brick, 4-year leas ........... 1,9)
8 rooms, fine place ......I 000
Si) room, hotel. 3 -rear lease. a baraaln
rent S'jOO . . .14.000
21 rooma, rent $30 800
13 rooma, s-yer leas .....$ 800
Keatanrants, Minors, cigantrnas, for sale.
Call at room 820 Motawk bids. Third and
A FEW free homeateada In the wheat belt to be
tanned br tha ex ten. Ion of the Columbia
Southern tbla year. These isnds have been
overlooked and ata eanal In Drbductivenea to
anything la Central Oregon. Adresa. for a
soon urn. , w. . iummgk,
Crook County. Haystack, Or,
HORSES for sale or exchange: 1100 to 1300,
Ward ft Sen, Seventh and Stark. -
ASPHALT FA YIMO.
THE Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co. of Portland.
urnce ooo rrorcesrer die
PORTLAND BIRD CO., 804 Third: branch 227
north math at.
BAR0INO AND LIOHTERINO.
OREGON ROUND LUMBER CO., 181 Buraalde
st. rnone, urani jiii.
JOHN T. WHALLEY, attorney-st-Uw. McKay
hM, . Hum
EMMONS A'KMMONS, attorneys-at-law. 644
, Worcester Ding.
i, B, R1GGEN, attorney and oounMlloc-at-law
notary, sos-aoe Abingtoo Diag.
hTB. DICKINSON, attorney-at-Uw and notary
puoiic. oos immerciai piag.
CARTER A ELI, cement contractore, 371 Porter
st. Tel., Front i4. wors gnaranteeq.
ACME MILLS CO., manufaqturera Ralatoa Acme
Cereals. 20 and Ti ortn f ront at.
CROCKERY AND OLABBWARE.
WHOLESALE CROCKERY AND GLASSWARH,
Prsel Hegele Co.. 100 to 108 Btb. cor Btarh
CLAIRVOYANT ABO PALMIST.
MADAME JOHNSTON, Clairvoyant and lalm
lt; reartlnira dally: truth or no pay. 88
Third atreet. ...... ,..
MRS. 8. B. 6EIP. clairvoyant and life reader,
81 Tth. Sunday. T:45 p. m- Willamette hull.
MRS. STEVENS. Portland's leading palmist and
, clairvoyant, xamhiiii Headings eve. ,
FIRESIDE WOOD ft COAL CO., 80S lE. Morrl.
ami, phone Kaat 488. Sawed . cord wood.
White ft Bhlvely, props. - ; '-.
WESTERN FEED ft FUEL CO.
lenlrn In all kind of coal,, coke and char
coal. .Thone. 1018. . :
Vl'LCAN Coal Co., wholesale dealers best cosls;
foundry ana amelter coke. M Hurnaiae.
tRKGON FUEL CO.; all klnda Coal and wood,
JM4 Morrison. Phone, Main 00.- -- - . ..
KINO COAL CO., Importer ot high-grade house
cfiaie. 'none. Main H,
CHIROPODY AND MANICURINO.
THB DEVEN Y8. tha only rclentlBc cbtropodiaU
in tne city; parlor ;i-z Aiiaky piag. ; tni
Is the long-haired gentlemen you want to see.
Orant 18. - - - .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ESBERG-GUNST CIGAR CO.
Distributor of '
. . . FINE CIGARS.
1 . Portland. Oregon.
OARPENJERB JNP ?-L.rJr
J. F. LUCY, carpenter, builder, general con-
tractor; nouse remoaeiing, alterations, etc.;
cabinet work and Jobbing a specialty. Offlce
and shoo at foot of Yamhill St., liver front
Phone. Blsck -289T.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter rnd builder, 897
, Starx St.; otoce and store axture bunt end
remoaeiea; altering and repair nouse. j'uona,
II. F. CLARK, carpenter and builder; repairing
ana jortnwg: otnee .nxtnres. ttesiaence pnone,
West T82: ebon. Main 1941. 453 Wssb. st.
k. J. AUTHORS ft CO.. carpenters and builders;
repatrmg and Jobblnsrj-etore ana ofnee Brtitres
built. Shop 20B Columma. ynone. Clay isl.
EMERY ft DEB, carpenters, do all kinds of
ion wore; store ana oince nxtures s specialty.
292 First. Phone, Clay 924.
G. W. GORDON, counters, shelving, botises built
and tf paired. s ronrtn. -Clay 1T4. ,
DOS AND H0SBE HOSPITAL.
DR. 8, J. CARNEY Veterinary surgeon. 108
Korth Mixtn st. 1'Done, Main 1484; res. paona,
Front 104. .. : . ' - .
DRESSMAKERSMlssea Adam and Burleigh
arrived from New York November 11; Srat
dsss work guaranteed ; apprenttcea wasted.
iui naimon si.
DRESSES made for $4 to $8; tailored aklrta
s to so; waists gi.oo to ;i. sue inurman;
take a or ls-st. cars, rnone Black UT41,
THE 1BTH CENTURY dress-cutting systsm
, ana laaies tailoring. . sirs. u. t. u nomas,
: room 8, 133H 6th. formerly 802 8d.
BON MARClfa PRESS PLEATING CO., 832
-Mohswk bldg., antrd ana Morrison. Accoraloa
end lde pleating; pinking. Red 3208.
MRS. McKIBBEN, artistic dress and cloak-
making. Mi Morrison st. . ' .
DYEINO AMD CLEANINO.
CKTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED $1 per
month, unique Tailoring uo., 247 waaning
CITY STEAM DYEINO ft CLEANING WORKS
Herman Bnke, proprietor. Phone, Main
1713. No. 65 6th at., near Pine, Portland. Or.
SEC0RAT0RB. .' ,
HENRY BERGER 130 First St.; wallpaper,
ingrains, tapestries, applique irietes, inter
ior decorating. ; -
OREGON Furniture Manufacturing company
Manufacturer or furniture for the trade.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS Office 851
dtsrk st. Phone, Msla 2212.
H0RSEB AND CARRIAGES.
I BUY and sell horses, wagons, buggies.
narneaa. . uemy Livery stasia, rirteentn ana
ORDER OF WASHINGTON Fore mo t frater
nal society or Northwest; protect the liv
ing. J. L. Mitchell, lupreme (ecretary, 612
and 618 Marnnant bMg., Portland, Or. Tele-
phone Main 642. '
WADHAM8 ft CO., wholeiale grocers, manu
facturer ana commission merchants. . rourtn
MASON. . Ell KUAN ft CO., wholesale grocers:
N. W. cor. Second snd Pine sts.
ALLEN, ft1 LEWIS, wholesale grocers. Port
LANG ft CO., First and Ankeny sts.
HATS REPAIRED, v.
NORTHWESTERN HAT FACTORY, manufac
turers and expert remooiera or all kind ot
soft, stiff and silk bat; renovating a ape-
ciaity. rnone, tiooq net. aw pnrnnae t.
ISAA0 L. WHITE, flr insurance.
. PHILIP KENNEDY, Insurance; resident
agent Norwich Union Fir Inauranca Society.
rnone, Main iwoe. sa namiitoa Diag.
JA8. Mel. WOOD, employera liability and ln
oiviaual accident; surety Donas ot su kina.
Phone 47. Concord bide.
H. F. BARTELS COMPANY, fire Insarsnce.
448 Sherlock bldg. Oregon phone. Clay B26.
ARTHUR WILSON, flr insurance, Sherlock
mac. rnone, main iwm.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS Enclneers. menu
rsrturers or marine, mining, logging and saw
mill machinery; prompt attention to repair
wori. raone, ausi . uawinnrne ave ai a,, isa
THB O.- HEITKEMPER CO.,
leweiers. xwn Morrison st.
THB H. C. ALBEB CO.. second-hand ma
chlnery. sawmill, etc. 248 Grand ave.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOT, successfully treats
,. and cures ail diseases ot women. Successful
.home treatment by mall. 80S Sal mob at., bat.
' nrtn ana nixm '-is.
WAHOO REMEDIES are both doctor and drus-
. gist; the Morse Electric Belts at half price,
snn pe immune staiiuit qisease. Wlx First st.
TUB SPRING8TEEN MEDICINE CO., 811 Pe
knm. Cure - women's eomplalnta ' quickly,
Phone I Home. Scott 4182; efHce, main 80o8.
PAUL F. KI8SNER. vlolln-maker and exnert:
Berlin, Boston, Chicago and New York ref
erences, ncom 210 uooaeuough bldg,, cor.
rittn ana xemniii.
PIANO, wind and strlnc Instrument lessons,
Prof. E. A. Smith, 254 12th at. Phone, Brows
MR. AND MRS. H. A. WEBBER, instructor
ot bsnjo. msndolln. guitar. ITS West Park,
MONET TO LOAN.
UNCLE MYERS. '
UNCLE MYERS. ' .?
148 Third Street,'
.Loan on Collaterals.
UMCLE MYERS. '
UNCLE MYER8. Unredeemed Pledges for Bale.
UNCLE MYERB, Phone Main 810.
NEW YORK LOAN OFTICS,
, 1., North Third Street.
M. Millar, Prop.
. Leans on Collaterals. Lew 1st.
Unredeemed pledge ifor ssle. Watch snd
Jewelry repairing. Phone, Red 987,
MONEY TO LOAN on real, personal and col
lateral security: siieclsl attention to chattel
'taortgages;' note bought, C. W. Pallet, 213
commercial bis. rnone, urani eou.
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved city and farm
firoperty at lowest current rates; Dunning
cans. Installment loans. Wo, MacMaster,
811 Worcester bldg,
MONEY1 ADVANCED salaried people, tea mi t era,
etc., without security; easy payments; larg.
- rat liualuea tn 40 principal cities. Tolman,
' eon , i.i .... ki,.. .
.Ml AUlllgK'II mug, , . , .
SHORT LOANS on chaltela or other aatlsfae-
tory security. Room 018 tb Marquam. F-bone,
Oregon Itea asos,
LOANS In sums of f& end up on all kinds of
security, w, a. uatnaway, room iu, wasn
Ington bldg, I'hono, Hood 41B.
MONEY TO LOAN on large or small amounts
on good security; lowest rates. William u.
Beck. 821 Morrieoa at. -
IttOO TO LOAN on first mortgage real estate
security. Clayton, King ft Co., 226 Htark at.
EoNliY TO LOAN on city lota andTm(7rove3
farms, w. A. Bhsw a Co., 243 Btsrk St.
Hotel Portland, Americas plsn; $3, $5 per day
Belvedere; European plan; 4th and Alder sts
Bt. Charles, First fnd Morrison at., Portland.
EES. ANNA M. AND FRANK J. BARR. gradu
. ate American School of Osteopathy and A. T,
Still Infirmary of Klrksvllle, Mo. Phone,
Main 22-'9. Room SOO, Dckam bldn.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS are more accurately
and reasonably filled at Eyaell's Pharmacy.
227 Morrison St., bet. First and Second sts.
MME. H. B. ELY. dermatologist, scalp treat
ment, shampoo and electric raasaage, removed
; from 191 H First to 211 Ooodenongh bldg,
AN ELEGANT lot Singer, 'New Homo and
White machlnee, $10 each': New Royal drop
head. $15. J. 8. Crane. 850 Morrison. - .
WHITE HOUSE Cook Book (abridged), free to
. sutscrlbera to Good Housekeeping, at Jones'
Book Btore. 201 Alder st. ...
Fit ED G. , WONDER Chlcsao Costume house,
, :ins Morrison; established 1880: vena lor pne
,;i list.- - ,
KODAKS and supplies. Oregon Photo Stock Co.,
I. L,. wnen. mar. Koom i. wasnington oiqg.
PAINT8. OIL AND GLASS.
DAVID M. DUNNE ft CO. Phoenix Paint and
Oil Works; msnuracturera ana Importers
paints, oils and sprsys, eto.1 phone 137. Offlce
a no rectory, imerioca ave ana imp si.
F. B. BEACH ft CO. Pioneer Paint Co., selling
the beet things made tn pslnts ana general
building material- wlndow-glaaa and glaslng
specially, lao First St.; phone. Main 13S4.
W. P. FULLER ft CO., manufacturara Pioneer
JiCad. Phoenix Paint, Kopallne; a guarantee
given with every gallon of paint manufactured
RASMUSSEN ft CO., jobbers, paints, oils, glsss.
BOS8 OF THB ROAD OVERALLS and mechan
ics' clothing; anion made; Neustadter Bros,,
Mfg., I'ortland, Or.
ANDERSON ft DUNIWAY COMPANY, prinUng,
ntnograpniiig, plans nook, rnone, Main u,
COWLES BROS., professors of scientific, physi
cal culture, Nature's health-reatorer; parlors
end gymnaslnm at 231 Fifth St., Portland, Ov,
TAYLOR ft STANTON, gas and steam fitting,
eievaiors, peer-pump nppiio. ee eixtn at,
FOX ft CO., aanltary plumbera, 231 Second, bet.
Main ana aaimon. uregon pnone. Mam suoi.
DONNERBERO ft RADEMACHER, plumbers,
removed to 84 Fourth t. Both phone, j
KIND reader, see Prof. Griffith, opp. P. O.,
for a scientific delineation; consultation free
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
ABB YOU- looking for a home! We've got It.
cue or- tne'conirortabie klna, mint to last a
lifetime snd some more; halt a block from
a ear . line and the kind of neighbors all
around that yoa want to know; coats $3,850,
and not too much caah down; come and see
tJ and we'll ahow It to you. L. W. Whiting
ft Co.. 406 AMngton bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS .
Improved farma for sale la an part of Ore
gon and Washington; payments made to rait
purchasers. For full particulars aa to vari
ous properties apply to Wo. MacMaster,
811 Worcester bldg. i
B. J. 8 AN FORD ft CO.. real eatata. homesteads.
. timber claims and state schools lauds. 212
Ablngton bldg. '
F. A. KNAPP
Room 2, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
PLAIT IN Q.
OREGON PLAITING WORKS. 401 Washington.
riaiimg, lacquering, 'jei., main ai,
FRANK HACHENEY, No. 883 Sherlock bldg..
no, 'intra at,, agent ror new &eaiaua
and Trader' Fire Inaurance companle.
P. C. STAMP WORKS, 248 Alder st,1 phone.
mam iiu; rnooer stamp, aeais, atanens, nag
gage and trade checks. -
PORTLAND CORDAGE CO., cor. Fourteenth
and Nortbrup ts., Portland Or.
WATRIN ft PAINE SIGN CO., 810 Pin St
Phone. Msln 8708. '
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
BHOWCA8ES ef every description; bink, bar
ana store nxtures made to order, n. Lutae
Co., Portland and Seattle.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS, located In room 85.
AHeky bldg., cor. 3d end Morrison. Hood 403.
BUY YOUR SAFES of t. E. Davis; your re-
. mtmm m.A S aid mtA
fSSUBS UU HA RvU I WminiJ UVBIWJ W iUIIU BSL.
POST SPECIAL DELIVERY. No. 2004 Wash
ington st. Phone. Or., Msln 062.
BT0RAOS AND TRAN8JIR,
0. O. PICK, office 88 First St.. between Stark
- and Oak ata.; phone 606; piano and furni
ture moved and packed for shipping: com
modlous fireproof brick warehouse. Front sad
Clay ata. ; - - - -
BLOT MACHINES. r-
THB LATEST KIND ef slot machines ef every
description for sale or percentage; also 100
different kinds of novelties. A. J. Crsnwsll
ft Co., 218 to 224 Ablngton bldg.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO. 81ot
machine. B. B. , Park and. Oak. .Phone,
MACHINES of every description tor aala or per-
. eentag. rrans urirntn, eta ana salmon,
ROOM 800, the Dekum bldg.; private office for
letter aicttion; general office arvic.
TOST TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
230 Btark Btrest
We rent, repair, sell, exchange typewrlten.
All supplies for all machines.
Do you want a stenographer or typist! .
. We have list of good applicants. .
v Phone, Black 2871.
H. JOHNSON, ehslrcaner, reedwork, 848 Haw-
inorne are. rnone. union sen.
MORGAN WALLPAPER CO., 184-186 Second
sr.. per, ismniii ana Taylor. Portland.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY Comb, brush, soap,
$1 per month. Lawrence Bros.' Towel Supply
.nwyiif, iib mm uiwd, rnone zv.
WHERE TO DINE.
THB OFFICE, 285 Washington at. Phone, B.
Main T71. J. W. Talbott, prop. Portland. Or.
6TROU8ES RESTAURANT, flret-clas meals.
"cti wrurt, m rra an ingron l.
CAFE KRATZ, 122 Sixth t A fin lunch
wrrea ii an noura.
LAUD ft. TH.TOW, BAITXSSS,
(Eitabliahed In 1H58.)
Transact a General Banking Bualneas,
Intereat Allowed on Time Deposit. .
Collection made at all points en favorable
leriiu, ueiiers ot creaic issuea avaiisnie m ttu
rope snd sit points In the United States.
Bight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer
eoici on new xora, rvsaninaton, t;niesgo, st,
Louis, Denver, Omaha, Baa Francisco and lion'
tens snd British Columbia, I
BxehancS ' cold en London. Part. ' Berlin.
Frankfort, Bong Kong, Yokohama, Manila and
ITXTED STATES HATIi BAKX
lOT FORTLAsID, OREGON.
NORTHWEST 00R. .THIRD AND OAK BTB,
Traassots a Oanrl Banking Bualneas.
DRAFTS IS8UED '
Available la all cities of the United States and
Europe, Hong Kong and Manila.
COLLECTIONS MADE OV FAVORABLE TERMS
Ice-Prealdent .- ... ,
J. C. AIN8W0RTH
W. B. AVER
,.R. B. SC'IVMEKK
,,. ....i...... a., m, iuui
rZSST VATZOHAX. BANK
I of Portland. Or.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
the United States. , , t
President. . .1. ... . . . . . ... . . A. 7,. MILLS
Csahler....,...,.,k.,.,,,,,.J. W, NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier.... ...,,,.,.W. C. ALVOKD
Second Assistant Cashier. ., .,B. F. STEVENS.
Letter of credit issued available in Europe and -
, .. .' ,0 tsa"" Htatea.
Sight Exchanee and -. TnlAVranhle TVenafera
sold on New York, Boston, Chicsgo, Bt. Louis,
St. Paul, Omaha, San Francisco and the princi
pal iwiuii m ine nortnwest.
filxht-Snd time hill. In mnrnt unit
on London, , Parts, Berlin, Frankfort-on-the
ui.nV., , n - Kong." Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Cbristlania. . Stockholm,, St. Petersburg,. Mos
cow, Zurich, Honolulu.
toi lections made on favorable terms.
EBCKAHTS' KATZOWAI, BAMX,
J. FRANK WATSON
n. L. DI.RHAM
K. W. HUIT "..k!.
GEORGE W. HOYT. . . . . . . .'. . Aaslstsnt 'caahler
Traasaota a General l,nkl.. n.in... .
Drafts and letters of credit Issued avsilable
i pans or xne world.
Collection a Specialty. rGo)d Dust Bonght.
ONBOBT ft 8AM rSAHOZSCO BAMX,
. X4KXTES. I- ' '
Chamber , ef Commaroe Building, Third' and
Head Offlce. 65 Old Broad street, London.
This bank transacts a aeneral banlilnv hnal.
d-ss, makes loans, discounts bills and Issues let
ters of credit available for travelera and for the "
purchase .of merchandise In any city of he
world. Deals in foreign and domesttc exchange.
; interest ni en Time Deposits.
. W. A. MACRAE, Mansger. .
SBcntxTT BAvnros tktjst co.
868 Morrison Bt.. Pertland. Or.
Tranaact a Osaeral Banking Business.
8A VINOS DEPARTMENT.
Intereat Allowed on Time and Savings Deposits.
u Acts as TriiarM, 1n HthlM
Drafts and letters ot credit available la sll parts
nt the world.'.!';. j1, ... ;
F. A D VMS .. i ...,,,.., . .... President '
A. I.EW1H...... ...... Plfnt Vlee.Pe..M.n
A. L. MILIy. Second Vice-President
. u- j uBixa. . . ... .. . .Secretary
DOWMTWO, HOPKIITS Si CO., .
(ESTABLISHED 1883.1 ' ' .
-VTZBAT ABB BTOOX BBOXZBS.
Boom 4, Oroand floor.
OBCAXBsa or cokkebcb.
oamxs bbos. ft oaxzsTXBssVr
MORRIS ft WHITEHEAD, BANKERS.
' FIRST AND 'ALDER STREETS. .
' PORTLAND OR, ' '
QYBBBXCX, STABJS ft OOOKB OO,
(Buooessors to Bolton, aa ure Co.f .
aaemDera tamiv jovaru m xnum
Orala, Provisions, Stocks, Soada anS
'103 Third Street, Bear Stark. ' '
. Bboae, Mala, 313. , . (
We are connected by private wires ' wlthi
Messie. Logaa ft Bryan, Chicago and New
xork; walker Bros., . n. nacoe new
York Stock Exchange: Hubbard ' Bros, ft Co.,
New York Cotton Exchange; Faireblld ft Hob-
on; New Orleac Cotton Bxchange; ' Henry
Herth ft Co., New York Coffee Exchange; Paine,
Webber ft Co.; Boston Copper and Stock Ex
change; Dick Bros, ft Co.; New York and Phlla
delphla Btock Exchanges.
On Portland Rest Estate at Lowest Rates. -Titles
Insured. '. Abstracts Famished. -
TITLE CUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
1 Chamber of Commerce.
KOTICE TO VACATE BOCK STREET.
Notice ir hereby given br the nndersiened.
Portland General Electric company, aa followat
That It to a corporation duiy incorporated,
onranlsed and eilstlna nnder the laws of tha
state of Oregon, and baa Its principal offlce at
the city ot rortiana, in toe eouniy or Mult
nomah end state of Oregon; that at a regular
meeting of the council of aald city of Port
land to be held at the elty hall of eald city
In said city on Wednesday, the Srd day ef
February, 1804, s petition , will be presented
by tb undersigned to eald council pray
ing for . tha vacation of all ef Rock
atreet In ald city of Portland, aald
thirty-one (81) and thirty-two X2l, la dher
lock'e addition to aald city of Portland,' and
running from, to and connecting Front street
nd Sherlock tvenue, la said Sherlock's addition
to elty et Portland.
Dated at aald city ot Portland this 18th day ,
of December, 1B0.V
PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY.
, xy a. v. u(oiu.
PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY,
. By SIBUUl U, KKKll.
f Aaslstsnt Secrets rr.
ta the circuit court of the state ef Orsgoa,
for Muttnomsb county,
St Paul Fire ft Marine Insurance Company,
plaintiff, vs. Arrow Navigation Company, De
. Te Arrow Navigation Company, the above-.
In the name ef the state of Oregon yea era
hereby required to -appear and answer ante
the complaint filed Sgainet yon In the above,
entitled court snd csuse. by Tuesday, the 12th
day of - January, 1004. the same being more
than six weeks from the dste ef the first pub
lication of tbla summons.
And yoa are hereby i-etlfled that tf yon fall
to so appear and answer, plslntlff will take
Judgment against you fof the sum of $453.32,
and for Its costs and disbursement herein,
and for an order of sale of the personal prop
erty belonging to yoa sad heretofore attached
la this cause.
Thia summon Is PuMlibed by order ef Ron,
John B. Cleland. Judge of the above-entitled
court, made In open court November 28, 1003,
The publication thereof Is directed tor sis
weeks, and the first publication of such notice
Is November 80. 1908.
WILLIAMS. WOOD ft LINTHTCTJM,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE Or PETITION TO VACATE STREETS,
' Notice le hereby given that at the regular
meeting ef the council of the city of Portland,
Or., to be held on Wednesday, the 17th day ot
February, 1904, I will preaent to said council
s petition Jtrsylng for the vaeeflou ot thst
portion ot Tenlno svenue In Bellwood lying be
tween the west line of Orsnd avenue and the '
Willamette nver. FRED B. MORRIS.
CITY NOTICES. "
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT OF AjrKXmG
Notice Is hereby given that at the meeting
of the council of thv city ot Portland, Oregon,
held on the 8th dsy ot January, 1804, the fol
lowing resolution wae adopted:
Resolved, Thst the council of the city ef
Portland, Oregon, deems It expedient and pro
poses to Improve Ankeny street from the weat
line et Sixth street to tie eaat line of Seventh
treet a follows:
First By grading the street to the proper
8econd By laying concrete In accordance with
the city engineer's plans, specifications and
Third By constructing brick gutters tn e ,
cor dance with the city engineer's plans, aped,
ficatlona end catlmate.
Fourth By laying aapbalt In accordance with
the city engineer's plans, specifications and esti
mate. - .
Q a t ,1 4 m Mn..n. . e tiA I. - - -
la tth the charter and ordinance of tha city
ot Portland and the plana, pectflcatlon and
estimate ef the city engineer, filed la the of
fice of the auditor of the city of Portland on
the 8th day of January, 1004, Indorsed: "City
Engineer' plan and apeclflcatlona for the lm-
rvement of Ankeny etreet from the weat line
Sixth street to the east line of Seventh
atrret and the estimates of the work te be done
and the probable total cost thereof." .
The cost of ssid Improvement to be assessed
aa provided by the charter upon the property
specially neneflted thereby and which Is hereby -declared
to b tha following: - The aontherly
of block 48, Couch' additloa to the ctty of '
Portland, and the northerly of a triangular
tiact ot land lying between the eouth lino of
Ankeny atreet the ' northerly Una ot Pine
street and the westerly line ot Sixth etreet.
The engineer's estimate of the probable total
cost of Improving said Ankeny street. Is $819.00
The above improvement shall be classed ss sn
aapbalt' Improvement and shall be maintained
by the city for a period of four years; provided
thst the owners of a majority of the property
benefited by aald Improvement or any portion
thereof shall not pel It Ion for a new or dif
ferent improvement before tbo expiration of
such period. . ,
The plan, specifications and estimates of the
city engineer for .the Improvement of said
Ankeny street are hereby adopted.
Resolved. That the auditor of the city nf
Portland be and he la hereby directed to
give notice of the proposed Improvement ot said
treet aa provided by the city charter. ,
Remonstrance against the abov Improvement
may be filed In writing with the umlcrelcned
within 90 dsys from the data ot the first nubll.
cttlon of this notice.
. By order of the council. i
: ' v i THUS, C. DEVLIN, i
' v '.,u?l!l7 04 the City ef Portland. .
January 11, 1904 , ,
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