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THE OREGON , SUNDAY JOURNAL.' PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 18. 1806.
OAKVIN CYANIDE EXTRACTION CO.. sad
Montana Am Office. lo Morrison mi.
C- H. PIOOOTT AMD J. A. flNCH
.. Attorney at Law. Practice la all ' mart.'
Mnltrr oldg.. corned Becond and Morrlaoa.
IB Jobneoa A Storr. irchiteeti lad hullderl,
haul jour Bwdera (tore treata, eo East
Morrawa it. I'tioo AH 7 It .
I"BBB LB880NB la embroidery vory day I
. Jew stamped ihlrtwatsta, nrulin,
Jacket. k.U. umhrellae. ate. , The
Needlecrarr Shop;-SM Waahlngtoa it.,- be
twera Wat Perk and Tenth ate, .
rROKISSOR 8, MAX MKTEB. Itt A Mm.
s-eraeu ana laoiucape artist and tMenc.
LBHSONS given In Hentanger drawawo.-k.
Phon mornlnc. Rut tU2.
BUTCHRR SUPPLIES . Blr.enwald Co., So.
, BUS Krerett tt.( brntl butcuer ripply bob
ea ' lb cmiI. Writ to catalogue.
9UTCHEB8' SUPPLIES ABolph A. Dekasj,
1SI-U8 rirat it.. carrlee full line end com
plete assortment t luwcot nwrkit prime.
-HOWE, DA TIE A KILHAM. KW-U1 Sreoad K.
Blank hooks" manufactured; agents foe done
.... Improved Utw Lnl leagere; m the MV
"u eest, IN But on the market.
CLAIRVOYANTS AND PALMIST
St George . St George
CAN TELL XUL'B FULL NAME. AUK. O0
10.000 Challenge for Uli Igual glO.OOO
omiuanda by education and t endowed
with the tnyaterloua power of the Eeatera
aaagi u) U..1 iaa ill. aica, nioMjvvw-,
can an tha past and futura 'of your at
tain crystal ler; createe a divine InSo-
ence to overcome domeettc, - or bust
. iNi tall urea; sake plain to yea all
thing hlddra, doubtful. deceptive; that
" nnoy,perplct-or prevenrracewsth-onle
Yoghl mediator of aarat influence la
America Implants tn lour Ufa aad being
marvelous tore to gain year wlab la mar.
ring, lov, mining, money, bueuie, wln
King hick: reniovee vll. coco drink ban
Ita, all weakness. which depress yoa or
roerc Iba will, raatorca loot vitality, Snd
treasure, mines, missing . onaa, papara;
Egyptian a.lral dead-traace mediant, par-,
ehie palmist, mystic heeler, complete
Orlantal lift-reading clalraojiault poaluralj
(uarautoaa tba bat aaanca jou kaa
Bad alnipljr by taking your hand and look
ing at yon; talla aTorythlng with aamaa,
dataa. facta and flfura; alwaya rallabla:
oldaat. Boat axparUncad la all - accalt and
pacta works aogiratloaa, aoaeaaa ' vibra
tion a. naanul talapatby; haataua Barrlaca.
rntorwa loat Ioto, raualtra tba aanaratad,
utwlta rlrala, ananlaa, Onaa Eundara,
WA8U1.NUTON ST., COR. PA UK KT.
Oppoalta Etar Tbaatro.
- Don't Blataka nam and placa.
A SPECIAL o.UO UEAUINO luk II.O.
FREE TEST PREB TEST.-
' Tako thU adTartlaamrnt to
PBOr. DE KIBI.r,
. . Waablngton itrert.
Ha will glTi yon a toat of hla wennarfdl
CLAIRVOYANT POWERS by Ulllng yoa your
nam In full, frao of cbarga. and gla yoa
advlc. btfora yoa dcula to haa a reading,
and thra If yoa think ba baa tba power to
read your paat. present aad fntari Ufa, ba
will fire, too bla wonderful DF.EP PftXCHIO
9$ RKADINO FOR 11.00. Tl'la weak only.
.Ha talla yoa -who yoa are, wuera yoa noma
from, how many menibera than an la your
family, what- yoor ormpatlnn la, and what
It ahould ba; what yoor allmente an. how
to run thetn, when yua will be moat ane
aafuL and why: what your health will ha
all tbrourh life; bom much wealth" to-wH
poaaeaa. If any; who It la that causae yoor
trouble, and bow to oearonma It: U yoor
mine eonlatna on, and to what ei tents how
to control tboai yoa Ioto and admire; when
nor loat oaee an; what yoa ehonld Invent
in to be oncceeaful. la fact, no matter wht
you wtah to kaow or wlab to do, ba will
accouipli.li it for yoa or charge roa nothing.
Unarm. a. m. to t a. m.
SOS'A WASHINGTON HTBEET,
OVER PORTLAND BESTADRAJCT.
lead! Read! Read!
TUU 18 POR TOni READ CAREITLLT
ttte FOLLOWINO WORDS;
Ii pertaaneatly Ivcited la her owa beeae. 4J
CTKK ST. Thla wonderful woman, ae
k now twined by Uw world to ba the free teat
- .IIh vlfknul In. B.lttna - .iiM.
tloa or altering on word, aba telle yoa luet
wbat yoa came tor. how many la yoar fam
ily aad all a boot them. Talla namee, dataa
and facta. Telle yoa of love, marrtagee,
deatba. bnelneao apecalatlone, laveatmeate,
-etc; iocatea oil. Iaa and mlnerala of all
"tlnda." iruiufca evil Induaaeaa and ..learaeg
yoa now to control the one yoa leva, anltea
the eeparated end eaueea apeedy and eoa
genlal marrlagea. Ke Batter wbat yoar con
dltloa may be, MADAM BAKTB W1IX
kj l i n v.n jon ir.II I OH. 12TH
"il l. wonic'flt'AlliKTEF.D. TEE WITHIN
REACH OF ALL. HOURS 10 A. M. TILL
t. At. . ifluunn An if iji.ni
TOR A PEW DATS ONLY. ,
A SPKC1AL S BEADINO FOR IL
ALWAVS CONSULT THE BEST.
PROF. R. KHIhlO.
Oreeteet living aatral dead traace rlatr
royant of the age: ADV1SKK ON BI SINRHS
AND ALL AFFAIRS OP LIFE; whom yoa
will Barry, bow to control tba one yna love,
even though mllce away; reanltea the eep
arated; given an ret poeera to toutroi.
I will do all otben adeertlee to do, and
great d-al move. THE ENTIRE WORLD
HAS BEEN STARTLED WITH THE POW.
ICRS OK THE 11N8F.KN FOBCKS I HAVE AT
hi V COMMAND, and I prove It te yea with
oat price by glvma yoa a
w FREE TFSr FREE
By having your NAME TOLD (It) FfLL),
if ST WHAT TOU CAME FOB, and give
yoa advice absolutely FRKH be lore yoa decide
te have a ending. WHO CAN OH WILL
DO MORE TO CONVINCE THE BKEPTlCt
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPOnTLNITX, AS IT
WILL NOT BR OFFERED TO YOU AUAIN.
PROP. R, KHIMO,
Pormanetly Located In Hla Owa Homo.
HOI' 118. 10 TO S. DAILY A V D SUN DAT.
No. BS Fifth it., eoraer Madlaoa at.
MADAM WARD, clairvoyant. ' palmlet enl
xaycMr reader, haa removed to 1T Waet
Park at., ant bonne eoath of Morrlaon: don't
make any Invealmant or ebangea without
ronaultlng bar; evil latueacae removed tree
of charge; no elgaa.
R0FE8H0R WALLACE, palmlat, clairvoyant
. and Bedluin; readlnga 60c. Parlor had (,
: tha (jueiuoa. tesVk MorrlaoB at.
MRS. STEVENS, tha leading palmlat and clair
voyant. 43Vi laninin. cor, ne Tenia.
CLEANING AND DYEING.
Portland Steam Cleaning A Pvatng Worhat prac
tical hatter In coo net tloa. 211 4th. Paelftc goT.
CLOTHES cleaned and preaard 1 par month.
Vnlqne Tailoring Co., (US Stark it.
B. W. TI'RNER, proreaalonal dyer and eleaaer.
06 Jeffenon at. Phono Mala MIS.
COAL AND WOOD.
e,i ne.iie.in. n. w.wp mm wm i, iei w
WE have l.tM eorda of M-lnch dry ilabwoml
- . that maat ba anld baton Jaauary 1, at 92.U
PORTLAND WOOD A- COAL Ci
Cor. loth aad Irving. Phone Mala 4STS.
THE PORTLAND FUEL CO..
C. R. DAVIS FUEL CO.,'
Thone Eaat 28. EST Eaat Morrlaon at.
ALRINA FUEL CO. Dealera la onrdwood. foal
and green and dry alabwood. R. R. and
- Alblua ate., I blocka eaat of ferry, Raat ST4.
STEEL BRIDGE FUEL CO. Dealen la coal,
cordwood nud dry alabwood. Phono Eaat 4iA.
OREOOH FUEL CO. All klnda of eoai aad
wood. SUA Alder at. Phone Mala So.
WESTERN FEED A FUEL CO Hoaae aad
hlackamlth coala. Phone Mala 1018.
STIR BOXWOOD CO Phone Mala JleS tor
box. block and alabwood.
CHIROPODY and Pedicuring. Mr, hi. D. Bill,
Room ao Flledner Rldg. Phone Pae. laft.
THE OFFICE SW. Waahlngtoa at.,
I7L . Samuel Vlguaus. .
STANDARD Carpet Cleaning Co.. largaat pleat
en the coaat Lorlng and Harding ate., tela
pbooa Eaat tSO. arpeta cleaned, reflttad.
awed and laid; both ateaa aud la tee t ram
preeaed air proceae; renovatlug Batlnaaaa
aad featban a apeclalty.
SANITARY earpet cleaning, auction aad com.
preaaed air eeuiMnrd; carneta cleaned on floor
CARPENTERS tAND' BUILDERS.
0. N. LUCK, contract aid day work. 6
Taylor at. Phone PaelOc 680.
t ,-Ar-M-LTOWr-the earner Ur JOAJnarlS It. I
tore and ortlce won. main tini
DANCING ieeeon, aoc; claaeaa or private; wall)
Ing, two-etep, tbree-atap, etc.; atage nancin
buck and wing, clog, reel, aklrt, Bpaul.
Hlguiaaa rung, etc. froi. wai v iiowg.
jaat recogniaeo laacner. uieaf- oiug
and Morrlaoa. ata.
WOODWARD DANCINO SCHOOL Claaa Men.
Tburaday and Saturday are.; aoclal, fanrx
and atcp dancing taught; fencing taught;
' private leeeone uauy. rtvatern nu.n
Saeuod and alorrlaoa, I'acme J two.
PORTLAND lnclnf Andcn;, Wadlfif cbooll
bs.iIrooi tiuuvtU, orrjt oclnl sod
toBClncl stoif. him; joudw iajir.-, iuhiu; ii
traci.on tnu. aiwdt. m
f rof. KlngisjT. 3ncing muitr. '
...'..a. m a W rh.-. nakuli ehlmavm faa imAii
and stut Jlonday uud Tburada vuing)
at.riOU He IS. ""W ewanarei
BltOWNH nanelnff Acidemy. Burkhard hall,
&H7 yk ' stait Biuoaida, Vboam MaU 71t. Paoca
SHIRTWAISTS Shlrtwalat lulta a apeclalty.
- 8i Market at. beL- Third. And Fourth Ita.
Phone Paclfl 85.
TRY Angela Dreeamaklag Parlor. Ml Firth
aad Mala. Paclflo S2.
MMB. BALDWIN Dreaamaklna; and
tailoring. J2 Grand ave.. City.
PACIFIC ELECTRIC CO. Engineer, contrac
ton. repairer, electric wiring, aunnllea. M
Flret. cor. Stark. Mala S60. U. H. Tate, mgr.
WESTERN ELECTRIC WORKS, pi Strrk at
Contractor, electric uppliee, moton and
dynamoa: w Install tight and power planta.
MARY DAVIS MAGINNIS, tee char at conven
tional and naturalistic cblna; water-color
heads a specialty. Studio 821 E. Sth at.. N.
BOTNTON farm-air rornaeee save fuel. I. C
Bayer rnrnace Co., V Second. Mala 461.
FENCE AND WIRE WORKS.
PORTLAND WIRR A IRON WORKS Ml
Flanden at.. cor. Thlrd. P" Mala SOW
V GASOLINE ENGINES.
OASOLINE enginae, aU alaea and etylee, at
lowest prices. eUlrao Maculsery Co., 1AJ-44
: ; HOTELS.
THE BKLLEVl'E, Fourth and Salmon at.
Room Sue up; rat re by week or month;
out-of-town trade solicited. PaclSe S1U5.
HOTEL Portland, American plaa;3. S par day.
BELVEDERE: Enrepeaa plan; 4th aad Aider eta.
PORTLAND nardware Co. aolMt opportnnlty I
ejoote price, T4 Stlth at. Pad Be VA.
ISAAC L. WHITE.
. lock bldg.
J AS. Mel. .WOOD, employer' Hablllty aad la
dividual accident aecurlty booda.ot ail kinds.
Phone 4T. SuZ McKay bldg.
WANTBt) AND FOR SALB Lead aerlp, aU
klnda; Including approved forest reserve tor
enreeyed. onaurvcyed, timbered and prairie
government lana. ai. oamuton. ipt
land, rortiano. ur.
MONET TO - IX) AN -i- r;J-
On improved city pinpeiiy eT"tnrkoIldrng
purposes, tor from S te 10 yean time, with
privilege ha repay all or part of loaa after
two yean. Loaaa approved from plana and
v inoner advanced aa ' bonding progreeaea;
mortgagee" taken up aas i apianeu
FUED U. BTRONO, Financial Afeat.
f43 atari au
THR STAR LOAN CO.
Any aalarled employ, wage-earner, eaa get
on bla not, without mortgage
Month. H Month Week.
. inn 00 Repay to aa lis M or l.(W or 83.SS
lii (y Repay to a as or f 1 39 or ll.3
ilA.OO Uepsy to ua 4.0W or i00 et
S10 McKay bldg. v'
CONFIDENTIAL LOANS oa aalarlea. lnsuranc
pollde. piano, furniture, wanbouee re
ceipt., etc.; any deserving peraoa may asm re
- a liberal advance, - repaying by easy weekly
or monthly installments,
MEW KRA LOAN A- TRUST COMPANY,
Soft Abtagtoa bldg.
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEOPLE
Juat on your owa name no ether aecarltyr
doa't borrow nntll you eee me; my evetem la
tba heat lor railroad mea. clerks, hook keeper,
tieetcar mea and all other employee; bual
aeaa strictly conAdeatlaL F. A. Ntwtoa. 434
Ablagtoa bldg. -
MONEY, ADVANCED SALARIED PROPLR
And others apoa their owa as mea without
aecaiity; cheapest rate, eualast paymente;
office la 6 principal clUee; aafe youraelf
money by getting our terma flrvt.
TOLMAN, 12 AhtngtoB bldg., 106H Third at.
WANTED Note, mortgage or contract e
any kind of real aetata la Oregoa aad Washing
ton: aecood Bortgig purchased If well ee
cored. U. E. Mold. II J Commercial bla.
MONEY te loan la anm to nlt. S and S en,
aa low a per rent, oa Improved city prop
erty. Moaltoa A Scobey, SOI Columbia bldg.,
MB Waablngte et.
ney oa ealary antU yea e
Huttca Credit Co.
BIS Dehorn bldg.
MONEY loaned oa farattnr. plaoee and ether
aecorltlea. W. A. Hathaway, room 10,
Waahlngtoa BWg. rnone raeine sui
WANTED Appllcatlona tor mortgage loana,
direct tram owner, from SS0O to 11.800, tor
term of yean, low ratea, moderate chare.
W. 8. Ward. Attornoy-at-Law. AUefcy bldg.
1 INSTALIAIENT Bartgase for tale bearing
7 T per cent Interest; ei and 1700. go
" Fonrth. Paclflo tins, or Mala WOO.
uihiiT tn loans large loan peclaltrt
hulldlng. loans; lowest rate fire insurance.
William O. BrclT oil ninug bldg. ,
CRKSCBNT LOAN CO., 42 Mohawk bldg.
Money te lend on eaay-navment plan to
wage-earner; strictly onlldeatlL
II 100 LOAN on timber claim Bear Astoria;
present caab value H.ono; at oaca. Room
- Jj tJT Waahlugtoa at.
anno TO ll.BOO to WianCoa real tat (ecnrlty
.by private party at low rat. SIT Commer
MONEY to loaa on all kind of security.
William Holl. room a. Waahlngtoa bldg.
Ql'ICrt Inane ea all arcurltl.' S. w;v Ring,
4B waahlngtoa bldg. Phone Mala 6100.
WILL loan 3.(V3 or pB.mit ntitv lacarlty,
. . Mnt. Farrlncton, Feotoa bltla.
. " -
TO LOAN Sum te lt on chattel McOrtty.
B. A Frame. C14 the Marqaam. ,
A LOAN for the kln Salary or chattel. The
lM " Co - "" Ieknm bl.lg.
Dll lIX A NORTMItl'P. 41A-IA IT Dehn
Piog.t mini enn n.winiiei eia.
. Main Se. aMamloatloa tree, -
NEU A KINOSLBY, Ml Pint et, Portlahd-
TUB WEBBER BTTDIO Mandolin, banjo, rnl
tar I na traction ; Olhaos, Bandollua. SIB Alder.
Kl-ESKONS Hie. piano, guitar, baajo, mandolin.
vuiin- aare, marim. e, . a rvai, ewr. eiv
PIANO, violin, plane, trombone, clarinet. Pro.
feeeor E A. Smith, SB4 Uth. Mala 4708.
ZO KINDS 60 folio 40. Levy' Mania Boo.
171 rmirtn si. .
MORILB machine works, ganollne awtora.
anainlsslona and ateerlng geare. M- M. Bea-
on, iloB Oraad -am-.
THE H. C. At.BEB CO. Second-hand ma
chinery , aawmllla, ate. 148 Orand ar.
A. J. PAUL, lot Pint at., engtaee. boiler, aaa
mill machinery; Wick Brue.' gaag.
DR. B. I. MILLS '
Ooumetrtat and EreilrM SoedalWt,
Rooms U8-ST. UtS Waahlngtoa Street.
POX A CO. aanltary plambera SSI Second, btt
' Mala and Salmon. Oregoa Pbone Mala Soul.
nnvanatna A BADEMACHER. removed to
Woaolt Burn:ao at.
THE MODERN pRINTERY Artistic printing.
- SM Ruaaal bldg.. Fourth and Morrleon, Phone
EVERYTHINO IN PBINTINO
From elreulare to cauloguea and newepapara,
Metropollua Printing Co., 14T Front L
OfilLBEE BROS., printers-Cards billhead,
"etc. Phone Mala ISM. 14ft t Pint L
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
P. 1. BEACH A CO. Th Pioneer -plnl Co.1
window flan aad glaalng. IBS Flret at.
Phone ISM. 1 '
PAINTINO AND PAPERINQ.
FOB Mllible work, reasonable price, Sheehr
, Bro.. 2aH TmhllL near 4th. Mala 8073.
p; 0. STAMP WORKS. MS Alder at. phoa
Mala T10; robber atampa, aeala, atonclla; bag
gage, trade ebecka: braaa alga aad plate.
PARR18B. W ATKINS A CO.,
eaUta, Inaorance, raatal aa
agents. Sao Alder at
V W. OOILBEE, real estate aad loana; aatah
lUbed 1SML 146H Flret t, room 1L
R E AL' EST ATBA NO R0.WAGI LOANS,
TIN ROOPINO, gattHng, rep Mag and general
yooning. . mum, e.e . -. ...
FOSTER A KLEI8ER SIGNS.
w aav ouiii ei I", "tie- -
IB in ciiy uj in.i-v
our promlaee. Our prices an right. . PUth
aad Everett eta. Phone Ei eft.
W. P. BERGER A SON. ZM Yamhill at Slgna
OK 111 Bioae, rw" .v., .
"SIONS THAT ATTRACT A. H. Boat Co.,
EST Starh at. raon rcinc .oeo.
PORTLAND BArt CO., Bole agent far Herring-Hall-Marrla
eafea and Mangawme Steel Safe
Co.'a bank aafee. Th largeat aaaortment yt
blgh-gnde are and burglar-proof eafea la
the aortbweaL . V Bevenlh at
nivnnt n m.mi.m. and flre-oreof ri lock-
- ont-opened: BeT Biluiea '
work-. Wka. J. E. Davta. S Sd. Mala 1MB.
EIGHT eecond-bnd fln-preot te aad twa
. eeoond-hand banh aafe tor aai aheap, at W
BIKtn at, rortiaoa, w.
STREET PA VINO.
WARREN Construction Co., street paving, aide
walk and aroaalng. 814 Lumber Eicnange.
TH B 'Barber Asphalt Paving Co. el PertUod.
Office 85B Woreeater hlk. (
PHONE PaelS 1739 and I penonally win
call and repair' your eewlng-machlne; work
gTiannteedS.Sama. adjnatar. SBl JThlrd et.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
SHOWCASES or every oeeenrmoa. nana, oar
l.twM mnmAm te oedee1. Tho Lathe
Ma na fnctovlng Co., Portlaad. f
-H.-BlRDSALLi deahnari, aa-sat M.-Winter
Lumber Co.. T Hamlltoa bldg. Mala aoftO.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY Comb, brush, eoan.
81 per moatn. I orii.no laimrr ns-invfi
Supply Co.. Ninth aad Couch.
THB only aaelnatv telephone hoaae. B.-R.
Electric leiepaea Maaaiaeiunag
pany. n rirta at.
HRAIHiUARTKRS for aew aad rebuilt type
writers ot all makea; see ear windows It yoa
an going to buy a new typewriter eee ue be
fore buying: we can eev yoa money; w
bin part for repairing all machines; tat
rente fur the Visible Pox: we buy all kind
, of typewriter. Th Typewriter Etching,
' lac., B. J. Elllaoa, manager. 84 Third at
WB cell Remingtons, Smith-Premier. Den.
Bore, etc., lower than any other company;
Invoatlgat. Underwood Typewriter Co., 48 8th.
BLICKENSDPRFER typewriter, 41 and M;
uppUee. repairing. Hoea A Rosa, Xm glark.
TRANSFER AND HAULINO.
-THR BAOOAOB A OMNIBUS TRANSFER CO..
eor. BiatB anu mi bis. i o.ee rwrin
from hotel or residence direct to deatlnttSoa;
paesengen thereto re avoid m.h aad saaoy
aare at depota. Private eicnange 88. '
SAFES, piano and fumltun mcrvad, packed
ready for ahlpplng and ablppeds all work
guaranteed; Urge. t-tory brick. Sre-proof
warebouae for atong. Office SOS Oak at
til sea A Roa. Phone Mara B4T.
and Oak at., phon (MM; piano and furniture
moved and packed for ahlpplng; mmmodloue
Don m-. " r- -- -
Frost aad Clay eta.
CUT ntn ea heuaeknld good to all point
eaat; w make up earlnada; peeil room for
rruitk whim waiting. Oregon Auto-Deapa tch,
1 Pint t. I'hou Mala 7 IS.
BOSR CITY VAN CO., office 141 Pint t..
phone Main 6224. Furniture and plane-moving
a specialty; we guarantee ear work. . .
NATIONAL TRANSFER A STORAGE CO.
S70 Oak t. Telephone Mala 4440. Transfer
ring and etnrlng. '
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 1M North Slith.
uaary nauuD asu ierag.
INDEPENDENT RA00A0B A TRANSFER CO.
Storage. 24 Stark at. Mala 407.
POST SPECIAL DKLIVFRV, Be. S00) Waah
Ingtoa at. phaae Hal IXll
an II I t""'"" v - ,(
WINES AND LIQUORS.
toi l M HI'S. Callfomt win depot: ell kind
of win. Ic a glaaa. Croka' and 0oe" H-lp.
' r Uedirters. 148 FoartAl at I'hoa Pa
. al(i Slai. P. Lor a ; .
LADS TILTOW. BAITEXRS Erthlltd la IMS.) ' , '
Troaeneta a Seaoni Baahlng Buaiaaaa. Colleettano mad at ll aotvt
hi term. Letter of credit leaned available la Europe end all point la tk Cniteej
State. Sight Exchange and Telegnphle Transfers told ea New York. Waablagtoa. Chic.
It Leoie, Denver, Omaha, Baa Piaaoisee end Montaaa and British Columbia. Eachang vi
eaLondua. Parle. Berlin. Fnukfuri, Hoaghong. Yokohama. Manila and Honour.
atXROaTAVTS' RATIOSAL BAJtK. POST L
g. FRANK WATSON Preeldeat I
null ,....,.....tn'er l
Bank Iaa Bulla, Drafta
All Parts ot the WorIA
T KITED STATES RATIOBAL BARK OP PORTLAND. ORIOOR.
hW ortheret Oarne -rnira ua ue atreei. . .
Traaeaeta a Seoecal Banking Boataeaa. DRAFTS ISsUED Available fa ATI OIW
the Calted BUIaJeb4 Europe, Hongkewg ead Maulla. Collactloa Mode ea Favorable Terms.
Pedldeo r..1,rnrn-ar-r-4iHUkrS i. Caahlar RW, SCHMFEB,
Vlee-Pnaldeat R. I.KA BABhiBS I
Aael.tast Ca abler
BAJTXEmr A LUMBIBMEII'S . BAKK Portland. Orageo. Carae Ssaaad aad lUrk atreeM.
Com meed I and vtnredepartmeat. Interest paid ea vlaga aeeoaata. Drafta and
mtten ef credit Innod available In all paru of the world.
P'5i PRLTOh. Peeeideal I E. 0.' MAH8.,,..W Carhler
Jnnu u. miTHl'MIU)... Fleet Vloa-Pr Id.at I
OUN A. KEATING. ...Second Vice-President
TRX BAKK OP CALIFORNIA X tall uhed 114. Road Off.ee, Sea Fnaitaee. California,
Capital paid p 4.enn.noo Snrplu and undivided proflte. 10.nil!1.4n2 U.
Genera I Ranking and Pirh.nre Bnelnee Tranaarted. Interest On Time fieposlla.- ,
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Aeroante may be opened of 110 and upward. . '
. Portlaad Bra neb Chamber ef Commerce Building.
Wkl. A, MACR'aB... MaC I 3. T. BURTCHAELL. .... .Aaatstant Manaaer
FIRST XATIORAL BARK P PORTLAND, ORIOOR.
Dalgnated Dapoettory and Financial Agent el th Patted State.
PreetoVrrt ,...A. L. MILM I Cashier ....J. W. '""''"
Aaslataat Ceshlaew.,..,.,. Wr-C. ALVOUD I Secead Aeeteren Cssblet.i...B. t STRVRRS
Letter of Credit Available la Europe aad the Raster State ' . .
wtrtlt tvehange and Telegraphic Transfer a sold oa New York. Boton. Chicago. St LenaM, .
St Paal. Omaha. Mas Prtadaco and the principal point la the Northwet. .
Sight ad time bill drawn la earn to anlt a London. Pari. Berlin. Frankrert-ea-tbe-Mala.
Hongkong. Yokohama. Copenhagen. Chrlatlaala. Stockholm. St. Petereharg. Moaeowjelch.
kORTLAND TRUST COhTPAVT OP ORPOOM
r BESOTIRCRS OVER II T50 000. Oeoer.l banking. 1 per cent Inter! oa check cco
feven hundred) an dally balances of HOOor over. Letten of credit and evchanr aail
part of th world. Bavlnr accounts. Time certificates. S to 4 per cent: r.ort-eall pil
eertlflcatee. noo or over. tV, to 4 per rent. Cll for Book of "ILLTTBTR ATIONS.
Pnthet Coraer Third and Oak Street. Phon Private Bxchang TS.
RENJ. I. COHEN... ..Prwldent TH. I-MTTOCB;. . .-. Vlce-Peeeld
B. LEB PAGET Secretary I J. 0. 0OI.TRA Aaalstant Bocrctar
SECTJRmr SAVnfOS A TRtrgr COMPART SSS Morriena Street. Portland. Ongea, ,
Teansaet a Osnsnl Hanking Buatneee. SAVINGS DF.PARTMRNT. InterMt Allowed
on Time aad Saving Account. Act a Traatee foe Ratate. Drafts aad Letten et
Credit Available la All Parts of tb World,
fi F. ADAMS... '.. Prealdent I U A. tPWIR Pint Tlar-Pneldent
A. h. MILLS Second Vlce-Preeldeat I R. O. JUBITS
- RO. F. RITB8KI.L........ Aesletant Secrets ry
T MORTOAOX wtTARARTEX A TRUST
- Trsaewcts a Oeneral' Banting" Bndnes.
IMpartawatl 4 per rent Interest allowed. eoBpnanded ansrterly.
M. W. WATBRBTJRT. :. ...... re.rf a. VajpyMiii rn , , Tr , . , . ..VI-President
. ft LOO AN HAYS Blatant Secretary
BTk Temple. Seventh ead Stark Street. Phone Main 184. Ope a Saturday Evening S he ft
NORTRWFSTXRW SOARARTBR A TRUST COMPART Portland. Oregoa.
Lamber Ea change. S. E. Corner Second and Stark Streeta (aeon ad Sear).
FISCAL AGENT FOR CORPORATIONS. '
Stata. Ooonty. MoaiclBal and Corporation Bomt Bourut and Sold. Raw Btrr1e eegaata
and fin. need. Stork aud bond guannteed.
TITLE OUARAjrrTR A TRUST COMPART SM WAglfTMOTOR STRXXT.
MORTOAOB LOAMS -es Poet la ad Real Estate at Loweet Rate.
. Title insured. Abstract Furnished.
I. THORBPRH ROSS .President I
. Vie'- Preside!
B9NDS AND INVESTMENTS.
ORRIS BROTURSChAmba ef Cmmre
Municipal, railroad and
DOWRnttJ-MOPRTRS OOMPART Xtabllhd
STOCKS. BONDS. ORAIN Boagkt
Private Wires. ' BOOM d CHAMBER
. a LEX TOhtPABTT Commonwealth
Sea C Before Baying or Selling Stock
OUIS . WILDE HOMK TELEPHORX BOVDS BAjrK STOCKS.
Member Portland Stork Eachange.
Corner Slrth and Waahlngtoa Street. Portland. Oregoa). .
Overbeclt, Starr & Cocke Co, , Thrd;rM?Ka;,'B.pU
BATB. BBOTISIORS. COT TOW. STOCKS ANT) BORDft
' wi BO A STRICTLY OOMMISSiOhT BUSIRESft
fmattnaew Market by Private Wire. Quick Service, REFERENCES Ladd A Til to. Baake
mn. sad United Stales National Beak ef Portlaad.
THB BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. Jobbers
saddlery, hardware, bora goods ie ether. Si
Inge and aboe atore enppUea. Fifth and Oak.
la, a 0UN8T A CO.
- DlSTRIRL'TOUS OF FTNB CIGARS.
. PORTLAND. OREGON. .
.r nil, a, flBlRlU iXm n
tAk.ee mf frufta. neodnoa. oto.1
aoaalgBmenta aollclteo. va rraai aa.
RVERDINO A FARRXLL. produce and com
mission march ants. 140 Freat at. Portlaad,
Or. Phoa Mala ITS.
OUBUUN Furniture Manufacturing Oompeny--
aaenuiaciurvr. - - .
WADHAMS A CO., wholesale grocer, mano
r.t.ir.r. and eommlaaioa aMrchaata. Fourth
I ,and Oak ais. ,
FURNITURE manufacturing aad peclal erden,
L. Bavaasky'a faraltur factory. eVT Float at
ALLEN A LEWIS, commies le tad produce mar.
. v . ... I ,..l. ... Dn.tl.nrf Che.
nisui - - , - . - -
T-WHOLXSALH aroekory nd glnwr. Prael,
Hegele A !.. too u au eiita, m. mim m ...
OA LB WINDOW SHADS CO., tdT Salmoa at.
plala ana Iacy anaae msne iw evuee
towoat prices. Phone Mala BftTS.
PRESENTS A PROBLEM
(Special Dlapatck to Th Journal.) .
Klamath Falla, Or., Nov. IT. The
matter of.. a new courthoui la being;
gltatd, and It " Is probabl that-n
lection will be callod early next spring
to vote on the question. Since the erec
tion ef so tnanp alee brick blocka the
old courthouse, which le situated In the
canter of the city, looks decldedlr out
of date, and It Is probable that the same
publlo spirit which lad to the erection
of the fine brick high school building;
and the gtons publlo echool bulldlnt
will soon demand an up-to-date court
house, though there are many who pro
far to wait for at leaat a year, as there
1 aura to be Aa greet aa Inorease In
the value of ranch property during the
next year, as there naa oaan in city
property the past year, for which the
assessor's returns sbow the aeaessahle
property within the elty limits Increased
from IJOO.SOO to over $700,000
STANDS PERSISTENT RUN
(Special D la patch by Leased Win te Th Journal)
Washington, Nov. 17. The Washing
ton Loan eV Trust company, one of the
biggest Institutions In the city, with
nearly $7,000,000 deposits, wes the vie
tlm of a persistent run today. Hun
dreds ot people were still about the
building at Ninth and'" streets wnen
the doors closed at noon, waiting for
their turns at the paying teller s win
dow. It was explained that the run
erlsrtnated In the effort of a woman to
eaah a worthless check. fiheWSS toldl
there was not "money there." where
upon she circulated a too literal Inter
pretation and the run sterted. The in
stitution received assurances from all
the banks In the city, from New Tork,
Baltimore and Philadelphia that any
needs would be promptly furnlahdd. '
Its last statement showed almost
$1,000,000 cash and all offers' of assist
ance were declined with thanks.
PORTLAND BOY AMONG
BEST HARVARD SWIFTS
' (Special Dlapatch te Th Journal.)
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17. Harvard's
"varsity rroas-country team for the In
tercollegiate meet on Thanksgiving at
Princeton was picked today. One of
the 10 is W. Wygent Whldden -of Port
land, Oregon, a member of the Junior
academic clans. Whldden ran yesterday
in the contest against the Technological
over the re gill r Tech five-mile court
and did good work, finishing strong.
R. L. PUKH1V
.iiwii n. huit .....
and Letten of Credit leaned Avallanw e
Collectlona a Specialty
Aaalatant Cashier W. A- 1
A. M. WRIGHT
H. I. BTOHET...
PLATT A PLATT
Taw- Oldest Treat Coatut la
lateresl "Paid ,on Tim Dopoalt.
JNO.H. ATTCHISOH Satrp
T. T. BDRKBART..
public eerrlce corpora tloa bond.
and Bold for Cash and aa Margie.
at COMMEBCB. Phoa Mla ST.
Bldg., SUth and Aakear Bartlaad. Oregoa.
H. W. Donahue, Manager.
r Bond. Can Alwy Sav Tea Money.
Plucky and In Fine Individual
Form But Their Tactics
Don't Fit. ; .
5EVENTEEN TO NAUGHT
Ann ArborMn Not Csptsined and
That Hurts Too Bad Ground
Holds Them And Their- Swiftness
and Trickery Are Unproductive.
(Special D la patch by Leased Wire te The Journal)
Philadelphia, Nov. 17. The University
of Michigan football team, minus the
services of Its captain, Jo Curtis,
proved inadequate to defeat the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania team today and
went down after a hard game by a
score of -17 te P.
The Wolverines put up a plucky game,
but the Quakers . were too powerful,
both in attack and defense. One touch
down was made in the first and two tn
the second, two goals being made aftsr
the touchdowna Forward paesss and
trick .plays were expected at the Wol
verines' end by the Quaker rooters, who
hold Coach Tost In much esteem, - but
though the Mtchlgandere played hard
they were unable to get away with any
Mlohtgan did wall In holding their
opponents sfter the first half.
Fifteen thousand spectators were
present when the game began. The
Michigan men had a crowd of strong
lunged rooters prssenL Th style In
which the - Michigan men started - the
game would have swept many, strong
teams off their feet, but that line of
rod and blue jerseyed warriors- In tbi
front rank of Pennsylvania's squad
were not to be moved by the enthusi
asm of the enemy nd simply did a
stonewall act that taught Michigan
oautlon and put the fear of Pennsylva
nia In their hearts. ,
But ' Pennsylvania herself was - up
against It tn the first to minutes of
play. She could stop, .she could ex
change punts with her foe, but she
found the ball In her own territory too
often for comfort. Then a weakness
developed. It waa In the left and of
the Una of Michigan, and Pennsylvania
pounded It until It waa sore. Then
der spot, and Pennsylvania-walked over
that spot of the western players' anat
omy where they wear collars when they
are not .in football armor, and tba gams
was practically won.
Perhaps the most Important factor
In the day's game that was militated
against the chances of success of the
Ann Arbor boys was the wretched con
dition of the field. Michigan depended
solely upon her fast and tricky game.
She eould not do fast work In the
treacherous field where the sand and
turf were plowed up with every play,
and almost every trick she triad to
work. was IooiIckJ hy the fact that her
backs could not get started In th bad
going, the result of the recent storm.
TJmatllla County estate old. -
, " (."neclal Plepatch te The Journal.)-
Pendleton. Nov. 17. The estate ot
Mrs rigg Thompson, of 4S0 acres. 10
miles northwest of this city, was sold
today by the administrator. C. II. CarterV
to Joseph Manscombe for 2i,000, over
ftl is sere.' - ..
...... 1 - . ' . .
HERO CLINGS TO RUNAWAY FOR
SIX BLOCKS SAVING MRS. CHOATE
Its n r , ' ' " , : . i
aWnat Wb , M V' '
V'.l liH tfif 1 " v- : e.. fr-l
Mrs. Joseph Choate Jr.' and a Dia
gram Showing the Runaway.
(Hearat Kws Service.)
New Tork. Nov. 17. Two mounted
rollceman have had a picturesque chaee
In Central Park' to save from probable
death In a runaway carriage Mrs. Jo-seph-H.
Choate, Jr., her daughter Ma
rlon,' two years old; her frtehd.. Mrs.
Samuel Anchmuty Tucker, and the let
ter's little eon Richard.
Mrs. Choate, who Is the wife of the
son of the former ambassador to Eng
land, was driving with her friend In the
West Drive at Eighty-eighth etreet.
whloh was thronged with vehicles. A
part of the harness snapped and the
horse bolted In spite of the efforts of
the driver to bold him In. -
Carriage! and automobiles gave room
to the runaway as It dashed northward
up the drive. Mrs. Choate and Mrs.
Tucker, pale and . trembling, each
clutched her child and breathed a mo
mentary .sigh of relief as the runaway
shaved one carriage only to grate an
other. Mounted Policeman David J. Daly
vaulted Into his saddle as the animal
dashed by at Ninety-first street, A
Jingle of spurs, a clatter of hoofs and
he gave chase. A block further, and
he had drawn no to the hansom; ten
yards more and he had the bridle In hla
hand. Leaning beak he pulled lustily,
but without avail. -
The runaway had passed Mounted Po
liceman John Devlin at Ninety-second
street, and he too gave chase,- gallop
ing to tha left Of the hansom, with .Daly
at the right. He, too. grabbed the
bridle and pulled with might and main,
yet the double strength of the two men
and the driver on the box was as noth
Railroad's Advent Signal for Im
- ment Activity Projectf.
Progress and Impediments."
(Special Dispatch te Th Journal V
Klamath Falls, Or., Nov. 17. The dif
ficulty and great expenee incurred In
transporting materials and equipment
from the railroad for the irrigation
project and the buildings erected during
the past summer have made It clear
that no publlo improvements not abso
lutely neceasary should be undertaken
til the railroad has reached the city.
Thte may-be by the middle of next sum
mer, as the work Is proceeding rapidly.
1J00 men now being atwork and new
equipment of the very beat la being
added constantly. Two mora dredges
will soon be at work throwing up the
roadbed throe, gh the mareb, all of which
work, it Is hoped, may be completed be
fore high water, which la usually about
June. I '
The members of the WaUruiers as
sociation are voting as to their willing
ness to bear an assessment of I cents an
acre for advertising purposes, and so
far the vote ie two to one against the
proposition, the chief reasons being be
cause there was no intimation as to how
the money would be spent, and advertis
ing would be doubly effective If de
ferred until the place eould be. reeched
by rail; so the-matter is regarded as
- " Can Wort fos Hot Water.
Mason, Davis A Co. have successfully
launched their huge barge, II by 10 feet,
for the Oregon Peel dredge, which will
cut the channel to deep water to divert
the water Into the ditch. It may be
neceasary to use the dredge on the main
canal through the Hot Springs tract, aa
so much hot water is being encountered
that It Is difficult for men anil horn
to work In it ' j
The flret hard rain of the seasoafell
last night snd it Is decidedly colder, and
were hard freexlng to set In It would
greatly Impede the outside concreting,
of which that la yet much to do.
The steamer Klamath, which has been
fcaullne cement and merchandise from
XaTrS'sTahdTng, hauTthe misfortune te
break all three blades off her propeller
on a submerged log at the entrance to
the straits from the lower lake and It
will put her out of commission for at
least a week, as the new propeller will
have to be cast and shipped' from Port
land. But a short time ago two blades
were broken from the propeller on the
rocks Just below the city, but they had
another on hand then, and since had had
the rocks removed snd no further. diffi
culty was anticipated.
Wevr Companies laoorporahed.
(Special DUpeerb to The Journal. ) '
Ba1rnrfovrl7. Articles of incorporate
tlon have been filed as follows:
Colonial Mining company j Incorpora
tor Henry W. Snyder. Samuel Bowden,
Louis T. Kraemer; 'capital stock. IIOO.UO;
main offices. Grants rasa. Oregon and
Western ElH'trto company: Incorpora
tor!, Charles H. Carey, Omar C. Spencer
and Roger H. Blnrtott: capital stock,
tUO; main office, Portland. Oregqn. '
. a ,..Smr:'e I
I lA ttTJ?'8Z
ing, and the runaway animal . main
tained hla speed, ever bearing dowa on
some carriage or motor, but ever salsa
Ing It by a hair's breadth.
At one time the runaway left tha
Weet Drive and took tha bridle path,
scattering equestrians and leaving a
trail of frightened horses behind. As
the cab swerved around from the bridle
path into the drive at Ninety-fourth
street the broken harness swung back
1 and whipped -Devlin's horse -aharplyr-
eutting both Its bind legs. The animal
reared up in pain, and to keep hla seat
the policeman had to release hla grasp
of the runaway's bridle. .
Bo Daly was left alone to gallop along
wth tha anlmaL He brought tha runa
way to-a atandstlll at Nlnety-aeventh
street, and the ooeupants ef the car
riage alighted, thankful but frightened.
A moment later a great touring ear
came up alongside The occupants
turned out to be friends ef Mrs. Choate
and Mrs, Tucker, who entered the ma
chine and were driven bom. .,.
Simple Ceremony Preformed at
Home of Mrs.-John McMul-
Yin Jr. In Oakland. ,
BRIDE IS UNATTENDED
WEARS TRAVELING GOWN
Honeymoon Tour Postponed Until
Groom Is Less Busy Prosecuting
GcsJtera -Only Relatives " Present
- Friendship Ripened Into Love,
(Special P1epatra by Lea ead Wire t The JoarnaT)
San Francisco, Nov. 17. Franele J.
Heney, special assistant TJjrited States
district' attorney of the elty and county
of San Francisco, hero of a hundred
stormy legal, battles In the oourta. made
unconditional surrender today In the
court of Cupid.
At a simple home wedding, tn the
residence of Mrs. John McMullln Jr..
Itl Oakland avenue, en the hllla of pic
turesque Piedmont, the "man of the
hour" In San Franclsoo'a political af
fairs took .unto htrnaelf a bride In the
attractive and accomplished person of
Mrs. Rebeoca McMullln Belvln, mem
ber of a family prominent since pioneer
days In the social and bualaese life ef
It was sn acquaintance extending ever -a
period of several years that had its
happy termination today tn the pres
ence of relatives only, the ceremony
being performed, by the Rev. Charlea R.
Brown, pastor ot the Flret Congrega
tional church In Oakland, "at aa early
hour In the afternoon.
The bride waa unattended and took
the marriage vows in a traveling gown .
of dark-blue embroidered cloth, xwltn
white lace waist, Imported for the se
cant on from Paris.
I vThs weddtrtr -trmr will eTISTpoTfed "
until Heney le a less busy man In the
publlo " eervlce. Refreshments were
nerved In the flower-decorated bouse.
Many handsome gifts were received.
The relatives present were: Mrs.
McMullln. mother ef the bride: Mrs.
John McMullln Jr Mrs. J C. Hayes..
Mr. and Mrs. Jenne Qodley, Mr. Julia
Haynes, Miss Helens Heney and Mine
Elisabeth Heney. sisters of the bride,
groom; Mrs. Milton Latham. Harry
Hays. Miss Ellsa McMullln, Hays Mo
Mullln, John McMullln and Benjamin
Heney Jr. , '
Oaanlag tndiaae Arrest Bad Sqaaw.
fgpecTAI "Wait roll tw tw-Mml t
Lawlston. Irtalio, Nov. IT Mr deptitis.
Ing an Indian, the hrlfTs ofne
enabled to secure the r"rt of I.r
Allen, a women, who elnahed flu r
one perhaps ataliy. d'irti.g a nr,:
brawl at her hmi Tiie.1r night.
Indiana sought to mis!.! the
floor, but in rd man with 1 . ,
too cunning- for hla brethren,
to shield Ue won. an.