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THE OltEQOaft7 DAILY JOtTRXAL. POftTLAXD. Fit ID AY ETEKIKG. FEBttUAItY 19. 1904.
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";' THE JOURNAL.
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WHERE THE JOURNAL MAT BE FOUND.
' ,: Tii journal ran be found on sale'at the fol
SPOKANE.- WA8H. John W. Ursnsm CO.;
. rce Marx. 'Victoria hotel i stand.
BAN FRANCiat'O W. Kl Arillug, Pslaoe hotel
news stand; Uoldsmitb Bros.. 230 Sutter
street: Fred W, Pitts, JOTW Market street.
LOS AXflEl.KS B. F. tisrdtier. 2S! Month
Spring stnet; Oliver & Haines, 2u5 South
SALT LAKF, 1'ITY Kenyon hotel new stand;
Harrow Broa.. 43 West Second street. South.
M;K -Ogdcn Nctrs eiunpany.
' KANSAS CITW-Van Noy Njiws company.
OMAHA Millard hotel news stand.
tT. I-OI'rs Philip Boeder. 816 Locust street.
CHICAtjO Postofflce New company, 179 Doar-
'KEW' VOKK CITY Rreotano's, Colon square.
. . TODAT'S FORECAST,
e Weather condition -ainl -general for era t for
Oregon, Washington and Idaho: -
A dlat-nrlstnce nude it,s appearance yesterday
afternoon off tbe Washington coast. Storm
warnings were displayed at tbe nioutb of the
Columbia 1 river, and, the shipping interests of
I'nget sound port were writhed, The follow
ing maximum wind velocities occurred last
night: North Head. -An nllea. southeast, and
Tatuosh Island. miles, amithweat.
Kaln act In yesterday afternoon oa the Pacllle
coast and extended aa far south aa Pan Fran-i-lsco
and east to Baker City, Walla Walla aud
Klioksne. , The weather is now clearing on the
I'aciSc coast, but tha, rain continue la tbe
The Indications ace for partly cloudy weather
Saturday In western Oregon and western Wash
ington, wttb possibly showers. Rain will likely
continue in snnibera Idaho, but clearing weather
Is Indicated for eastern Oregon, eastern Wash
ington aud northern . Idaho.
The river this morning reached a stage of 11
feet at Portland. It will remain nearly station
Sit today, and fall Saturday and Sunday.
Maximum temperature In the last 24 hours.
SO; minimum temperature. 88; precipitation, .2
R. P. Hnwland. 24. and Anna Banmelster, IS.
William Taylor. 28, and Tlllle Kills. a.
. ,1 Jk 1.-m.11 HO Mar WUi OO
John Hrhmeltser, Washington county, US, -and
Cirri B. Morrison, 23.
February IT. to Mr. and Mrs. I. Com. at
Km Knint. street, a son.
February 4, to Mr, and Mrs. 3. Frleanf, at 400
Husscll street, a son.
February 8, Agnes Lawaon, at 606 Tburman,
Fehnury ' 18, Roy E. Couler, at 40S Starr,
February IS, Roy Van N'atta, at 404 Row
lawn arenue, Biessles.
Fcbruarr 17, Mary Wllrrrdiug, at 4H Mor
FelH-usry IT, Margaret I.lllis, at 421 Morris,
Feliruary 18. Daniel Krcenitu, at . 110 Eiist
Eleventh, measles. ' . ,
February 15. Harrold Lerl. at Hiu!sm,
Wssh., of dlpblberia. Interment laliuud Toruh
Fehtiiary 1". Baliy Coue. at fK4 Front. . In
terment Talmud Torah cemetery.
February IT. Mary Duncan, at Portsmouth,
of paralysis. Interment IllUxtxiro. Or.
Februsry IT, i'stherlue L. Richardson, at 142
Curry atreei. nf intestinal obstructlun, In
tel ment Hlllshoro. Or.
February lit. Kiaie Munk, at 575 Twentieth,
of diabetes melitus. IntermcBt RWerTlew
February 17. Aleiander Iiller. at Htellacoom,
Wash., general Cihaiillou. Interment Lone
February 1. Toy Foon. at Joss house. rf
genersl drotr. Interment Lone Fir cemetery.
Fetmsry 10. Pun luen. st Mi, Secmid, of
( tuberculosis. Interment Lone Fir cemetery.
Crematorlnm, on Oregon City car line, near
flellwood; modern, scientific, complete. Charge
Adults, t.'io; children. (2.1. Visitors 9 a. m.
. t 5 p. in. Portland Cremation association,
I The Hdwsrd Holms n t'ndertaklng eompsny.
funeral directors aud cmbalmera, 220 third
street. Phone SOT. .
3., P. Flnley Sc Son. funeral directors and
embalmera, bare removed to their new esrsb
llshmetit. coruur 71lrd and Madison streels.
Both phone Ko. C
RIVER TIEW CEMETERY.
. Single graves. $10. Family lots from $75 to
1 11.000, Ibe only cemetery in Portland which
' Itrpetuilly maintains and cares fur lots. For
full Information apply to W. R. Mackensle,
Worcester block. lty. W. it. Ladd, president.
Clark Bros, for flowers. 2S9 Morrison street.
, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Vtilverslty Land company to Juhn Fhlen.
S acre Ii. H. Sonthmayd I). L. C. f ISO
I Diversity l.and compauy to Margaret
Khlen. 4 acre I'. H. Houthmayd D.
I.. C 900
I. nlverslty Land company to Jacob Khlen,
! 2 acra W. H. Southmayd D. L. C...I 800
i, n. Iiolsman and wire tn Kuuli-e W.
Luckey.- lot It. block SOI, Couch ad
Colburn Barrel! to John Visiter, north
. bt 12, bliK-k 1, Mount Crawford
t eiucterv 10
, J. K. IScntt lu Alice Fallows, lota 24 to
. 2. lucliialre. blwk Sunrise l'arl;... 1
J. W. Cook snd wife to J. H. Mlddleton,
loui 4 and 5, block in. Cook's addition. 1
I'riederike M. .S1ot.lt to Henry llaltliel.
' lot 2. block 2. Elizabeth Irrlng'a ad
The Title litiarautee A Trust company to
11. A. Sather, lot ,1. block 1, North
Kmate W. N. (.add to Charles E. Ladd.
sundry kits Ladd's addition ........... 1
Thomas '. Iievllii to W. M. Ladd. block
103, east Portland 1
Issac P.i'rgman and wife to Marion 8. '
'-fupeland. lot . bliH-k 226. city B
Jiaieph li. Blake mid wife to David U.kmI
sell, lot 8, block I, Mayor Gates addl-
Hon ,,. 1
I.Tinon L, Gray and wife ti Charles X.
Mtllson. psreel lsnd commencing suuth-
- east cjrner swtlou 'AH, towualilp 1 north,
range H eaat. ft acres : 7,000
- Osk Park Land company to A. A. Hurl.
. Imrt, lot 14. subdivision II, hlwii 1, Gen
crsl Compson's sddlilon, St. Johns 1
Jicob llsas snd wife to Security Savings
Trust company, lots 2. :i snd 4. imrt
lot 1. block 112. Wlllametft Heights ad-
illtlou ....... , KH)
KlvervlHW melery association to Tbomaa
W . Jenkins, lot 2Tti, section 15, Hirer.
, SicW cemetery 125
J ti it II. Hsll to' Victor Land company,
west '-i lots' I and 2. bliH'k K, kerns., 1
Allien If. Glschow and wife to Andrew
Helm and wife, north fe kit 1, block 4;
Vrrmieg a audition '75
Ell Wtlllama et al. tn John H." Hall, 14
acre Heldos Murrav J). L. C. 5
, J. K. Ilnibronk to M. L. ilolhrouk. 18.85
aerea near St. Johns 6,700
M'. II. Holtirook to M. L, Hollirook, 74
seres near St. Johns 8,000
lisnlel Little et si. to John II. ItalL A
acre ts.-ld. Murray l, h. V ........ g
Vl.'tnr Land ct.nipauy lo John II. Hall.
. ci bits, 1 and t aud all lota 7
and g. Mo. b E. Kirns' ndd'llolt ....... : I
JkiM) T. ItUco lo K. II. Wilcox, south li
lot 2. block 102, Woodstock 60
John Dement to Frederick Price, south
M4 east of sotithesst section T, i.
towmblp 1 south,' range 4 east ..... 2,200
William Sfhiaeer and wife to Ernest
fiehmeer,- lot S,- block 8,- Scbmeer'a ad-
P. H. Marlay and wife to John IL
Hall, lota 1 and 2, block 210,. Holla-
day' addition 1
G. A. Sather and wife to A. 8. Ellis,
.lot 1(1. Alhina Homestesd .,. 1,200
M. K. Beatty and wife to Samuel Ander
son, lots 17 aud 1H. block 24,.-Sunny- -side
Title Guarantee at Trust company to
Annla Anderson, lot . block 2, Holla
dny I'srk addition $25
T. B. Wilcox and wife to William M.
I;Sdd. lOtixIfiO feet west aide St. Clair
street, HX) feet north from north corner
i'ark aTeiiu .......................... 1
Get your Insurance and abstracts to real
etat from the Title Guarantee Trust com
puuy. Chamber of Comiuero , bulldtnf.
To 0. W, Bates.-repair at Second
luinliia. to cost fi-VK
m l). Jo. tey, erect two a-story dwellings
at Pitton road and Grant, to cost l3,fKK).
To I. W. Rlcklsnd.' erect 2-story dwelling
at Clay' and Tenth, to coat S2.000.
To J. 1.. winter, repair at Fourth ana
Main, to cost
BBLAVES FITS JCEN A HUnTTB.
London Barber Work 100 Timta Fag tar
Than Avraga Tongorial Artist.
Shaving a man in 12 seconds seems nt
first glance impossibly, end the sveiage
barber would untloubtedly And t lie tasu
far "beyond Ms skill, yet William Lloyd
of London has establlHhed this time as
an average. His dexterity with the
razor may be judged by any man who is
accustomed to spend 20 minutes 100
times as Ion- In the reclining chair
every time ho, visits his barber. i
But this is not the limit of Lloyd s
remarkable quickness, 'for. he lias aha,vd
one man in nine second's, this being: the
fastest time among; the number of rec
ords he established while on his career
to the recognized championship of the
In making; his record of five men In
one minute Lloyd picked his men and
knew exactly what their whiskers were
before his assistant lathered their faces.
In explanation of the modus operandi
of his lightning manipulation of the
razor he said: "In the first place, I used
a good, heavy razor, about an Inch wide.
I always kept my razor as flat to the
face as possible, in order to avoid any
scraping. Clear cutting, not scraping,
insures a quick, clean shave.
'Of course the least number of move
ments with the hand, the greater Hav
ing of time. For instance, there was
one little trick which I kept a secret
but I do not mind revealing it now
which saved me a great deal of time in
contents. In shaving off the hair Just
beneath the lover lip I made one bold,
slanting upward movement with the
razor, whereas many barbers make two
or three. The trick certainly required a
little dexterity and practice, but it is
easily and quickly done when you know
"When I won the championship my
opponent was -a well-known barber
named Edward Wick, who had held It
for a number of years. It was some
friends who suggested that I should
compete against him. At first I laughed
at the idea, for Wick was, a wonderfully
quick shaver. Then I afterward thought
there would bo no harm in trying, and
sent In my challenge
"The contest lastecTl4 nights, and on
the last night we finished with exactly
the same number of points each. I was
just four seconds ahead in time, how
ever, having shaved my last 35 In 12
minutes and 29 seconds. It was a neck
and neck race all the way. as the saying
goes, and I was extremely glad when it
was all over.
"Six men were seated down each side
of the stage and well lathered by as
sistants, and at the word 'begin' we
commenced to take the hair off their
"I always worked from the back of
the stage down to the footllghtat, finding
the slope In the stage a certain advan
tage. An assistant followed close to my
elbow holding a number of razors spread
out like a fan, and immediately I re
quired another razor I dropped the. one
I was using on the floor and snatched
another from my assistant's hand.. The
great drawback to speed In such a com
petition was that you did not know what
sort of a beard a man possessed until
you started to shave him. Ills face, of
course, was already covered with soap,
and probably underneath was three or
four weeks' growth of beard, sufflcent
to turn the edge of any fine razor. One
man I shaved in the contest had a six
months' beard on his face."
In training for this contest Lloyd es
tablished a small barber shop near West
minster under an, awsumed name and ob
tained plenty of subjects to operate upon
by offering to shave them for nothing
and presenting them with a glass of beer
into the bargain. -In-this way he used
to get the shop full in a short time and
would then set to work. He once tried
to shave 200 men without a stop, but
after doing 140 in the average time of
SMi men a minute his wrist got so stiff
that he could not move It.
After winning the championship Lloyd
was called upon several times to defend
his title, but succeeded in beating all
A Strug r-l.
At her house In Madrid Mme. Chris
tine NllsRon had s bedroom papereil
with the leavis ol music from ther many
operas in which she had sung, while tho
unusual decoration of her (lining room.
being composed of hotel bills, was made
to serve as a sort of diary of her travels
A CHOICE QUARTER
Slock, in East Portland, for sale at a
reasonable figure. For price and terms
PARRISH, WATKINS & CO.
350 ALBEB SJTBSST.
AT CUT RATES
UNTIL MARCH 1.
The Boston Painless Dentists
Are dolna; all dental work for cost of
material to Introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods. EX
TRACTING FREH. SILVER FILL
INGS, 85c: OOhU FILLINGS. 75c:
GOLD CROWNS, 13.00; BRIDGE
Full Rst, Tit Guaranteed .13.00
NO 8TUDKNTB EMPLOYKI). Come
in at once and take advantaa-e of low
rates. All work done by specialist
WITHOUT PAIN and GUARANTEED
for TKN TEARS. Our late botanical
discovery to apply to the gums for eg
trading, filling and crowning teeth with
out pain la known and used only by
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
Corner Fifth and Morrison streets. En
trance 291V4 Morrison, opposite Meier
it Frank's. Hours 8:30 a, m. to 8. p. m-l
Sundays till 1,
(Male or Female): To the
extent of 25 words TWO
TIMES FREE; over 2$
words, 1 cent a word. 1
FC R RENT, BOARD. ROOMS
and all other classifications--'
5 cents per line, of 7 words,
. each insertion.
The undersigned will rewire sealed bids for a
slock of .lnigs and fancy goods situated at
Orsnts Pass. Or., of thrt Inroice price of bout
lfl.4oo.no,. un to 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, the
1st dny of March. 1004. '
The stork consists principally of drugs. Is
situated In Grants Psss, oiip of the most thrlT
Ing .tun lis In the. state of Oregon, and the loca
tion of th? store Is the best In the city,
A certified check of 10 per cent of tho amount
hid must accompany ench offr. and (he right
ik reserved to reject any and all bids.
The' Inventory mar he seen at the offlce
of li. L. Sabln in Portland. Oregon, and nt
the office of the.. undersigned nt (Irsnts fVss.
Oregon, during business hours, and an lnsnec
tlrm of the stock rosy be had at CJrnuts Pass
.T. 0. HOOT.H. Assignee.
Crsnts Pass Oregon. ..February IB. 1004.
MALE JTELP MANTES.
WANTED FOR V. ft. ARMY .le hoJfed en
ninrrled men. between ages of it snd 3.1,
rltlnens of I nlted Rtstes. of good chsraeter
sod tempi-rote hsblts. who can speak, resd
and write English. For Information, apply
to Recruiting QMcer. Third and Oak ats.,
GKNTLKMKN of executive nbllltv to represent
a financial proposition that, will bear tne
closest Investigation; tnsnrnnre. P.. A L. ff
Tf.ntine men preferred: no mining or oil
scheme; no capital required. Address box
L. 15. care Journal. .
MEN snd women to lesrn the hstrber trade;
i-ew elm for Indies Just stifrtlnp. Call or
vrlte tot particulars and if tn doubt make a
personal Invostlgetttm. American Harber
College. I'.I Everett st Portland.
MKN tn Team barlier trnde: onlv 8 weeks re
quired: 2 years saved: position secured when
competent: catalogue' mallei! free. Molcr
Brsteni college. Han Franclao Cal
$:10 TO 'i40 pi" week is made by wrltlns seel
dent un-i sick benefits In the 1'nlon Mutual
Aid sKoctntlnn. Csll or address 401 Mar
nnsm huilrtlua-. Portland, Or.
I ln.N KV.H KVPI.OYMKST CO. Labor eon
tractors; help free to employers, 215 Mor
Tl!" emulovnient and real estate office 176
JiIodlBinjtt Pboue .Bckl712. '
W VTFD fl"'d eeiit. C1I tomorrow at 4.H
Mohawk bhlg.. 104 Third st.
lilt WHITE'S Sneflflc No. 1 guarantied to cure
gonorrhea in 10 defs; No. IV, and SS cure
gleet and rtrlrture In Jn dura: No. 5. svphlll"
and bleed poison In 90 daya; No. 10. th
only spe.-lflc for ' weak men. old or young,
this sperlflc make von a man. Call or
write. Dr. White Medicine company. SOI
SITUATION WANTED KALE.
YOl'NO MAN 2 vears' ejperlencc as book
keeper and cashier wsnts position In store
or office: best references. W. C. Barkulve,
WANTED fly voung man with 'Ter a rear's cs
ncrlei'cf. nosltWm ss assists nt. brHikkoener or
rcncrnl office work; am accurste lu figures
snd a giiou penman. Andres t . o. journal,
WASTED By young lady, position as clerk
or In an office ; experience In uotn, .c. .is,
YOl'NO man sged 19 would like work In
electrics! or carpenter shop. Address A. Tegge,
220 Ksst Serenteerth St.
SITUATION WANTiD TEMALE.
LADY wonld like position as clerk In store; Is
experienced. Address O. 17, care-Journal.
LDYouldjTkV7wsUion Tn doctor's office; ct
perlenced. A. 17. care Journal,
LADY with good aomano voice would like lo
sing at some music hell; experience. Ad
dress H, 17. care Jonrnal.
lWOladleH would" IlksT to pose for photographer;
evperlence. I,. 17. care journal.
YOl'N'J woman, stranger In clrv. desires House
work where she csn live at home: would ac
cept nositlon where could work part of time,
K. 17. care Journal.
Yol'N'U woman aged 1 wants place to do
housework; would prerer to sleep at nome
nlghta, hut would accent position without
this renulrement.' W. 17, care Journsl, or
nhone Esst loaa.
W A N TK l f ''is nijier work. Phone. Plack .1002.
A MOllKUN 6-roomeottage: vscsnt todny; 10;
04H Fniirlh St.: aiiults ln.piire on premises.
FOR ItEN'r--l'ronl suite of housekeeping, slso
single front room,, reasonable; no children.
12ri Lownsilalo St.. next to cor. Fifteenth and
Ki itNIHHF.il rooms on rsr line. Irrlnaton. In
quire Portland Trust company. 100 Third St.
O ltfiOM housed one block from car: nicely lo-
catd. 4A2 East Firteenth St., ortli. union
Foil BALK 2 7-room rottsges, just completed;
hot snd cold water, bath, etc.: cor. Itodney
snd Ksrgo st.: you ran save money by buying
.direct from the owner. C. J. Jones, 730
East Eighth St., North.
S B ROOM cottages, ell In good condition, with
hot and cold water, baths, sewer connections,
etc.. 11.400 esrh: 'cut at 14 a month.
Owner. H. Hn. care Journal
Plllt BALE A wrlTrstahllshcd tailor shop;
good bualness: terms ressonable; reason for
selling, 111 beslth. Address A. H. Marquardt,
1 nlon. ,
FOR saLr Fine trench range, with galvanised
Iron bwid; new bolter and stsnd; Irnn shelves.
Adrdess Box R. A. care Jonrnal.
DELIVERY wagon and single set barneas, very
cheap. Inquire 821 Water St.
TWKLFTII and 7svis sts., ft blocks from Wash
ington st., nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms. Phone, Main Kiku.
BWRLLKST corner ssloon in city: rery eentrsl:
lease to after fair; I'l.tW); II.ROO down; will
aell half Interest. ;;4'.. Morrison at. 8
WK WANT 10,000 agents for greateat household
seller over Invented; best moner-mskar on
record; actually soils to emry house; send
t5c for complete sample and our two mam
moth catalogues of agents' supplies. South
ern Mercantile' Co., Dept. OR. Houston. Tex.
TUB LINCOLN, lust opened. 409 Morrison St.,
cor. 11th. has the best furnished looms In tha
city; hot snd ecl.l running water; strum b.st,
electric lights, baths, snd all modern ap
pointments; new building; every facility for
curing for tbe traveling public: moderate
ratesr HBaH. prop. Phone, Main JBl.
THK "PALMER HOI'HbT" S. E. cor. Alder "and
Park ats.. formerly the Spalding. tbe most
complete apartment house In the city; entirely
renovsted: stesm beat, gas, electric light, por
celain baths; every modern ron?enlenea; ttrar
1st and transient trade solicited.
f7ft PKU Wb'l.K. large, fiiniliibed hoiiaekeep
iug rooms with use of lnundrv aud hath; also
cheap furnished cottages. Mrs. Brown, 184
Khermsn. Phone, Clsy 20S.
SINGLE rooms, day, week or month; bouse
- keeping rooms with pantry and running water;
thoroughly . renovated and newly funlshrd,
171 West Park.
THK COSMOS Foartb and Morrison, furnished
housekeeping suites, suits and single rooms;
13 ner week and tin. -
THKKB or four beautifully furnished rooms
with bath In private family. Phone Main
Bc'TF.L Vendome. or. 13t"h and Alder;' fur.
fished rooms with board; r. asonable rates.
EOOMS i neatly-furnished housekeeping rooms"
bath, gss snd phone. SI 4 Hlxth, corner Clsy.
filR CA'STLK 372""Wsshlngtor. sf. rooms for
gentlemen: trsnslent. Te fonth Ml,
81 YiMHILlT st.T" the Yamhill: newly fur",
pished: steam beat: llyht and bath.
389 ALPRR st; pleasantly located rooms. Pbone
Can You Tell What "Want Ad" Classification This Picture Represents?
; 1 ', ;
Answer to Yesterday's Picture - "HELP WANTED.'
ROOMS AVD BOARS.
ROOMS WITFi BOARD, well furnished; modern
conveniences: table board. 221 l.Sth at.
THE Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co. of Portland.
Office 6S5 Worcester blk.
JOHN T. WHALLEY, attorney-at-law. McKay
bldg.. room 013.
FMMOXS ft EMMONS, atto.-neys-at-la w. V S
S n. KlOt'EN
ittornev aud couuaellor-at-law;
30S-S08 Ablngton bldg.
BAEGINO AMD LIGETEHINO.
OREGON BOUND LHMBKK CO.
st. Phone. Grant 11T1.
TUB OKKICE. 28 Washington st.. Phone. S.
Main 771. Pickett & Vlgneani.
PIONEER cement contrrotor. J. F. Ohrock: all
work guaranteed. Ad.ireas 148 Fifth st. P.
0. idresa 300 Hh'iTi-r. P1irnc, IJr.lon '0S2
CASTER & ELI. r. ment contractors. 271 Torter
st. Tel.. Front 2Srt4. Work guaranteed.
ACME MILLS CO.. manufacturers Ralston Acme
feres Is. 20 and 22 North Front St.
LOOK OUT FOR FIRE V. I). Wood, chimney
sweep; fireplace, brick and terra -cotta flues
cleaned. Order at Avery Co.. 82 Third St..
Phone. Main 1372. Res. phone, Rcott 6094.
CROCKERY ADS GLASSWARE.
WHOLESALE CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Prael H-gele & Co.. 100 to 106 Rth. cor Stark
CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST,
PHOF. REYA11 KINO, clairvoyant: teaches
palmistry nnd curd reading: developa weak
mediums. Parlors 21.1 Morrison street.
Rcadlniz. hand. 25c; cards, 21c.
11 A DAM K JOHNSTON, Clslrvoyent aed Palm
ist; readlnga dally; card reading 2.1c. 289
WHS. 8. B. SKII'. clairvoyant and life render.
81 7th. Sunday, 7:45 p. m.. Wlllameite hall.
MPS. KTKVHNS. Port H mi's leading naimist and
rlslrvovant. JMSW: Yamhill. Readings (Vte
WF.8TKRN FEED ft Fl'EL CO.
Deslera In all kinds of coal, coke and char
coal. Phone, 1018.
VULCAN Coal Co., wholesale dealers beat coals;
foundry and smelter coke. 329 Burnside.
OKEtiON Fl'EL CO.; all kinds coal and wd
844 Morrison. Phone. Msln 6r.
KiNO COAL CO.. Importers of high-grade bous
coals. Phone, Main 1425.
EVERDINO ft FARRELL, produce and commis
sion me-chants. 140 Front at., Portland, Or.
Phone, Main 170.
CHAT TERTOX ft CO., loumlsslon merchants,
12K Front st Portland, Or.I'hotitMala 27A.
MARK LEVY ft CO., commission morchanbi"
wholesale fruits, Porllaud, Or. Phone. Main
CAR?ENTEH8 AXS BITILDEB8.
A. 3. A11THOR8 ft WOOD, carpenters and build
ers; repairing and Jobbing; atore aud office
fixtures built. Shop 20U Columbia. Phous,
H. F. CLARK, carpenter and bnllder; repairing
and Jobbing; office flxturea. Residence phone.
West 782; shop. Main 1941. 4MHi Wash, st.
0 W. CORDONreountera, sbe'liTng, bouses built
and repaired. 208 Fourth. Clay 174.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
KSBRRO-GUTSST CIOAB CO.
CHISOPODT AND MANICURING.
THE PEVKNYS. the only scicntlflc chiropodists
In the cltv; parlors 801-2 Allsky bldg.; this
is the long-haired gentlemen yon "want to see.
METAL SKYLIGHTS, galvanised Iron eornlees.
J. C. Hayer. 2HS Second at.
DYEING AND CLEAVING.
CI C THEN CLEANED AND PRESSED 11 per
month. Unique Tailoring Co., 247 Washing
ton at. "
CITY STEAM DYEINO ft CLLANINO WORKS
Herman Enke, proprietor. Phone, Main
1718. No. S nth St., near Pine. Portland. Or.
PARIKIA5 Cleaning Worka, 4114 Morrison it.
Phone, Main 2074.
DOG AND H0R6R HOSPITAL,
DR. 8. J. CARNEY Veterinary surgeon. 108
North Wxtb st. Phone, Main 1484; res. phone,
HENRY BERGER 130 First at.; wallpaper,
ingrains, tapestries, applique frleaes. Inter
MRS. McKIPREN. srtlstlo dress and cloak
making. 551 Morrison st.
raVITS AND PRODUCE,
BELL ft CO., fruits snd produce. 10ft Front St.
ITRNITI'RE msnufsctiirlng and special orders.
L. Ruvensky's furniture fsctory. 870 Front st.
ORDER OF WASHINGTON Foremost frst.r
nsl society of Northwest; protects tbe liv
ing. J. L. Mlt'-bell. sn'ireni secretsry, at)
and 815 Maroium bldg., purtland, Ot. Tele
phone Main 042.
NORTHWEST ELECTRIC ENGINEERING
company, 809 Stark St., Portland; O, K, for
ettrytbing in the electrical line. Phone.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS Of flee 851
Stark st. Phone, Main 2212.
OREGON Furniture Manufacturing company
Manufacturers of furniture for tha trade. 203
PHOENIX IRON WORKS Engineers, ma no
... fart urers of marina, mining, logging and aaw
mlll machinery; prompt attention to repair
work. Pboae, East 29. ilawthorus ave A E. tfd
WAPHAMS & CO.. wholesale grocera. msno
facturera and-commission merchants. Fourth
and Oak ats. - . . 1
MASllN. EI1RMAN CO., wholeaala grocers;
N. Wi cor. Second and Pine at.
ALLEN LEWIS, wholesale grocera. Port
I.ANO CO.. First and Ankeny ata.
AC- L. WHITE, lira Insurance.. 300 Dekum
JAS. Mcl. WOOD, employers' liability and in
dividual accident: turety bonds of all klnda.
Phone 47. ConcorC bldg.
H. " r. BARTEL8 COMPANY, tn Insurance.
443 Sherlock bldg. Oregon phone. Clav E20.
FIRE INSURANCE J. P. Kennedy & Co., 44
Hamilton bldg. Phone, Main 1886.
ARTHUR WILSON, fire Insurance,
bid. Phone. Main 1008.
THK G. HEITKEMPEK CO..
Jewelers. 286 Morrison St.
FISHER MISIO CO.. 100 Third st. Victor
talkhig machines; repairing. Red IW2.
THK SPRINGSTEEN MEDICINE CO.. 811 Da
knm. Cures women's complaints qulcklv.
Phones: Home. Rcott 41B2: office, main HtXW
THE H. 0. ALBEB CO.. second-hand
chlnery. sawmill, etc. 24S Orand ave.
Hotel Portland. American plan: S3. 15 per day
Kelrederei European plan: 4th and Alder ats.
BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS and mechan
ics' clothing; nninn made; Neustadter Bros..
Mfgs., Portlsnd. Or.
MR. AND MRS. H. A. WEBBER, Instructors
or banjo, mandolin, guitar, lyg West Park.
VIOLIN gTL'iUO Mt"Elmore Rice, 207. Alisky
bldg. Pbone. Red 80S.1.
FAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
DAVID M. DUNNS A CO. PboenlX Paint and
Oil Worka; manufacturer and. Importers
paints, oils snd sprays, etc.; phone liiT. Ofncs
and factory, Sherlock ave and 10th st.
P. E7BEACH A CO. Pioneer Pslnt Co., selling
the best things made in palnta and general
building material: wlndnw-glaaa and glastng
aspeclaitv. lift First St.; phone.Maln J.'M.
V. P. FtTt.LER A CO., ms nil fact urers" Pioneer
Lesd. Pttosnlx Paint. Kooallne: anarantee
given wlii every gallon of palut manufactured
KARMI SS6N ft CO.
1ihhers. paints, oils, glass,
rash and doors.
ISO First st.
MONEY TO LOAN.
141 Third Btreet,
Loans on Collaterals.
Unredeemed Pledges for Sale.
Phone Main Old.
NEW YORK LOAN OFFICE,
7 North Third Street.
M. Miller. Prop.
T.nana ua Collateral!. Lew Sates,
Unredeemed oledgea for sale. Watch and
Jewelry repairing. Phone. Clay 897.
LOANS ON TUB-F.ANY-PAYME NTHpLA N
TO SALARIED PEOPLE.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 0 p. m,
Phone 224, Room ?1A. The, Dekum bids.
8.. enr. -Third snd shingtosts.
MONEY TO LOAN on real, oersonal and col
lateral aecnrlty; special attention tn chattel
mortgages; notes bought. C. W. Pallet, 213
Commercial blk. Phone, Orant 800,
mTiRTOAGE LOANS'on lmproved city and farm
property at lowest current rates: building
loans. Installment loans. Win. Macilasler,
811 Worcester bldg,
MONEY ADVANCED salaried people, teatnstere,
etc., without security essy psvments; isrg
est business In 49 principal cities. Tolmsn,
CP ATTFX lostia In amounts ranging from $25
to $5,000: roomlng-houaes a apeclslty. New
Era Loan ft Trust Co., 206 Ablngton bldg,
llnnoo 6. 7, 8 PER CENT: 8CMR TO SUIT;
BPILMNO LOANS A SPECIALTY.
' W. H. NTNN, 1552 SHERLOCK BLDO.
SHORT LOANS on chattels or other satlsfs
tory security. Room 519 the Marqnam. Phone,
Oregon Kea ZMn.
CCANS in e'n"ms"of "fS end np en all klnda of
security. Wi A. Hathaway, room 10, wasn
Ington bldg. Phone. Hood 418.
MONEY TO LOAN on '.arge or small amounts
on good security: lowest rates.. William u,
Beck. Btff Falling bldg. " :
SALARY LOANS: do dvlar: buslneas cod Aden
tlal: essy terms. Northwest Loan Co., 221
Ablngton bldg. .
flliiO T" LOAN on first mortgage resl estate
aecnrlty. cinyton. King 1:0. . m ntsrx si,
MONEY TO LOAN on" cltv lots and improved
farmsW. A. Shaw Co.. J"48Starkjt.
SHORT L6AN8on"all kIndaof chsftle security
Northwest Iian Co.. 121 Ablngton bldg;
KIND reaAer. see Prof. Griffith. etiD. P. O..
tor a scs-'Dtiflo delineation; consultation free
DR8. ANNA M. AND FRANK J. BARR. gradfl.
ates American School of Osteopatbv and A. T,
Still tnnrmarr of Klrksrllle. Mo. Phone.
Main 2223. Room 800 Dekum bldg, A78-83
WANTED To do your pruning; all orders given
prompt attention. H. nnv care journal,
ANDERSON ft Dt'NIWAY COMPANY, printing,
llthograpblng, blank books. Pbone. Main 17,
TAYLOR ft STANTON, gas and steam fitting,
elevators. Deer-pump supplies. b nix in st..
FOX ft CO., sanitary plumbers, 231 Second, bet,
Main and Salmon. Oregon phone. Msln 2001,
DONNEtf BHIIO KAOEMACHER, plumbers,
removed to 84 Fourth st. Both phones.
rnjsraiv rial -nr.n a. 1 on. 000 nnermra wiua.
No, 83 Vi Third St., agent, for New Zsalaud
aud Traders' Fire Insurance companies.
VIAVI aids nature: no drugs; no operations.
Jtn not delay using Via vl It' not in perieui
health. The most fatal and deceptive dis
eases are those tbst permit' their victims
to walk to death's door such aa diseases ot
women, chronic inflammatory conditions, can
cer, consumption, etc. .... Vlavl la uacd exten
sively throughout the civilised world. In
Vest I gate now. Oregon Vlavl Co., room 23,
I-ewls Bldg., Portland. Or. Lectures Thurs
days 2;.'lO p. ra . Phone Hood 915.
.WANTED Pupils lit German by experienced
iracnwr rroni uermany; eyenings; cuuTerii
tlonal methtd. Address B. 67. care Journal.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS are more accurately
ana rcasouaDiy tilled at Kysell's I'liarmacy,
227 Morrison St., bet. First and Second ats.
PHIVATE home lu confinement; every comfort;
irainea nurses; doctor in attendance; strictly
conddentlsl. Address Home, care Journal.
MME. U. H. ELY, dermatologist, scalp treat-
nienr, snaaspnn ana electric massage, removed
from 191' First 1,0 211 Qoodenough bldg.
ON a Slow Train Through Arkansnw," by
Jackson: full of fun and Jokes; 25 cents.
Jones' Bookstore. 291 Alder St.
FRED 0. "WONDER Chicago 'Costume houee,
H88 Morrison; established 1890: tend for price
SEAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
FOR SALE FARMS
improved rarms rnr sale in til parts or Ore
gon and Washington: payments made to suit
purchasers. For full particulars aa to vari
ous properties apply to Win. MacMaater,
811 Worceater blug. '
B J. 8ANFORD ft CO.. real estate, homesteads.
timber claims and state schools lands. 213
Ablngtnp bldg. . ' . -. , '.
P. C. STAMP WORKS, 249 Alder St., phone.
Main no; runner' stamps, ssaia, stencils, bag
gage and trade checks.
PCRTLAND CORDAGE CO.. cor. Fourteenth
and Nnrthrup sts., Portland Or.
SHOWCASES of every description; bank, bar
and store nrtureiMnaae to oraer. if., iaicks et
Co.. Portland and Seattle.
MRS. C. CORNELIPS. located In room 805.
Allsky bldg., cor. 8d and Morrison. Mood 408.
POST SPECIAL DELIVERY. No. 200K Waah.
ington st. Phone, or.. Mam B2.
' STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
C. O. PICK, office SS First St., -between Stark
and Oak ats.; phone nvtl; pianos ana rural
tnre moved and packed for shipping; com
modious fireproof brick warehouse. Front and
TUB LATEST KIND of slot machines of every
description tor sale or percentage; also juo
different kinds of novelties. A. J. Craawell
ft Co.. 218 to 224 Ablngton bldg.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO. Slot
machines, n. IS. Park and Oak. Phone.
Main 188. . -
MACHINES of everv description tor sale or per
centage, i-rana urirutn, tn ana saimon.
YOST TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
Ziiu Blurs street
We rent, repair, ae'i. exchange typewriters.
All supplies 'or all machines.
Standard machines S10. $15, $20 and up
Do you want a steuographer or typist I
We bave fsist of good applicants.
Phone, Black 2871.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY Comb, brnah, soap,
si per month. Lawrence Bros,' Towel Supply
company. 4th and Couch. Phone 429.
BUY YOtTR SAFES of J. K. DavU: yoor re
pairs snd lockouts safely done. 6 Third st.
WATRIN ft , PAINE SIGN CO., 810 Pine at
Phone, Msln 725.
WALLPAPER CO., 184-188 Second
Ysmhlll and Taylor. Portland.
WHERE TO DINE.
STROCSE'B RESTAURANT, first-class meals,
beat aervlce. 220 Waahlngton st.
CAFE KRATZ. 122 Sixth sL
served at all hours.
A fine lunch
LASS ft TTXTON, BANKERS,
( "established In 1859.1
Transacts a ueneral Banking Business.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available In Eu
rope and all poltstt In tbe United States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York, Wsshlngton. Chicago, St.
Imls, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and Mon
tana an J British Col-irohla.
Exchsngs sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Manila and
1TED STATES H 'ATI BABfX
OF PORTLAND. OREGON.
NORTHWEST COX. THIRD AND OAK STS.
Transacts' a Oenaral Banking Business.
' DRAFTS ISSUED
Available In all cities of tbe l ulled States and
Enrope, Hong Kong and Maulla.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS
Prraldont J. C. AINSWORTH
Vice-President W. B. AYER
Cashier .R. W. 8CHMEER
Asslrtant Cashier ....A. If. WRIGHT
SECUBITT SATXBrOS ft TBVST OO.
866 Morrison St., Partland, Or.
Transacts a Osneral Banking Baslnssa, '
Interest Allowed on Time snd Savings Deposits.
Arts ss Trustee for Eststes.
Drifts and letters of credit available la all parts
r et tbe world.
0. r. ADAMS .' President
L. A. ' LEWIS. ,, , ....First Vice-President
A. U MILLS... ....Second Vice-President
It. G. JUBITZ... Secretary
OMDOir ft SAW FBAHOISOO 9AKX,
Chamber ef Commerce Building,
Read Office, 55 Old Brosd street, London.
This bank tranaacta a general banking bnsi
cess, mskes loana. dlseouuta bills and Issues let
ters of credit; available for travelers and for the
purchase of merrhsndlse In any city of the
world. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Iatareit Paid on Time Dspeslts.
W. -A. MACRAK. Manager.
MCKCHAWTS' VATIOlTAZi BAlf-SB
3. FRANK WATSON . . . PYesldent
R. L. DURHAM .Vice-President
R. W. HOYT. Ceshlee
GEORGE W. HOYT Asslstsnt Cashier
Transaota a Osneral . Banking Buslnsss.
Drafts and letters of credit -Issued available
to all parts of the world.
Collections a Speclaltv. Gold Dust Bought.
FIBST MAXIOHAI, BAHX
of Portland, Or.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President. ..A. L. MILLS
Cashier....... J. W. NEWKIRK
Aaslatant Cashier ,.W. C. ALVORD
Recond Assistant Csshler E. F. STEVENS.
Li tters of crodlt issued available lo Europe and
be Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
tW'ld on New York. Boston. Chlcsgo, St. Louts,
St. Paul. Omsha, Sac Frsnclsco and the princi
pal points In the N irthwoat.
Sight snd time bills drswa In sums to suit
en London; Psrls, Berlin. Frankfort-on-the
Mnln, Hong Koug,, Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla, Stockbolm. St. Petersburg, Mob
ccw, Zurich. Honoluni. .
Collections made on favorable terms. j
Q7EBBECK, STABB ft OOOKB CO.;
Members Chicago Board of Trade.
Oraln, , Provisions, stocks, Bor.dg and
.. Cotton. .
108 Third Street, Bear Stark.
' I..:' - PttOn, MalS, 813. - r.y.:
Va are connected by prlvste . wires with
Measif. Irfgon ft . Bryan, i Chicago and New
York; Walker Bros,, J. 8. Bsche ft Co., New
York Stork Exchange: Hubbard Bros, ft Co.,
New York Cotton F.xchange; Fnlrrlilld ft Hob.
sons New Orlears Cotlon Eschsngej, Henry
Hrrth A Co.. New York Coffee Exchange: I'alne.
Webber A Co.; Boaton Copper snd Stock Ex.
rhnnge- Dick Bros, ft Co.; Now York and Phila
delphia Stock Exchanges. . , ,
0BBZ8 BB.OS. ft CHBISTEHSES,
- Bnroessors W ..
M0RRI8 ft . WHITEHEAD, BANKERS.
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS.
PORTLAND OR. - .
OWHXNO, HOFXIVB ft CO., -
"WBtEAT AHS BTOCK BBOKIimS,
Boom 4, Orotmd Floor.
' CSAMBBB Ol OOMMtBBOll.
- On Portland Real Estate at Lowest Bates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts Furnished,
TITLE GUARANTEE & TR.UST CO
: 1 Chamber of Commerce. '
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
hsve tiled In the office of the auditor of the
city of Portland a petition praying for the
vacation of that, portion of Kearney street in
the city of Portland, Oregon, lying between
the west line of Ninth atreet and the east
line of Tenth atreet In said city, and that
said petition praying for tbe vacation of said,
portion of said street will be preaented to the
council of said city at a regular meeting of
said council to be held on Wednesday, tha 16th
day of March, 1904, at the Dour of 2 o'clock
P' COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS. , ,
. By S. M. Clears, President
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS,
- By Fred Hesse. Secretary.
' WAKEMAN ft MORSE TRANSFER CO.,
? By A. P. Morse. President.
WAKEMAN ft MORSB TRANSFER CO.,
By M. B. Wakeman, Secretary.
Dated February 9, 1904.
OPEN THIS TEAR ROUND.
Cases of Dyspepsia, Indlg-estlon, Ca
tarrh of Head and Stomach, Gout, Rheu?
matlsm and ALL blood disease taken
under a guarantee to b cured in a spe
cified time or all expenses. Including
railway fare both ways, refunded
These waters renovate) the entire ays
tem and remove almost every disease.
Send EOo for t bottle of romach and
Round-trip tickets at revered rates,
Inquire of any Southern Paciflo railroad
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS CORP-
Xtisoan Sprlnars, CaL
frank J. HeUen. manager.
Established 1885. Oreg-on Phoaa, Bad 977
SCHANEN A NEU.
Manufacturers of and
dealers jn all kinds of
Marble, Granite and U
Ctnno Wnrk M
Estimates Given on
26S FIRST STREET
Bet. Madison and
r ii .... OPR P.O.
32S BUrxroiuc 91.;
Wat Coal at., ....,......,...$5.50
Kenton, lump at ...... , 87.00
Auatralian at..,.. .........$8.00
Sook Sprlara at .$9.00
HENRY WE IN HARD
Proprietor of tha
Xiarg-est and Most Complete
Brewery in tha Horthweat.
Bottled Beer a Specialty
TEXiEPHONB Bo. 72.
Office 13th and Burnside Streets,
The new, coming; city of Clackamas
county, offers'- great inducements for
manufacturers of all kinda. It has tha
most powerful electric and watar. power
In tha Northwest
OREGON WATER POWER
Oreg-on Watei Power ft Ballway Com
pany Building-, 132H rirst It, Ooi.
. Alder, Boom S. Phone Kaln 816.
BA.1T1MORJ& 6- OHIO R. R.
A1X TRAINS V1AVA-3HIN0T0N
a vsT V m. V" VsT- a.V l
sr i, k sa. -. m r -KB
I V'saBaxa&st1sV . f ,jT -a. -
I .' ... F 1 W- " -Kri'y A.V
, Main , ,
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