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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, wSPTEMBER 1 23, 1907.
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Do not be deceived tr hl advertls.
The original and onlyV
? Dr. flary Lane v
Ladv physician, with the ;ld establish
X Radium Medical lnstltuta an .
For years la still at in old .snd. j
Dr. Mary Lane ,
Lata superintendent of Chicago Wo
men's Hoapltal, traata diseases of wo
men and tnunren ir:uiYu.
reeding Immediate asslstsnco will con
sult their boat Interests by communicat
ing with ma; no fea for Consultation;
correspondence absolutely confidential;
maternity esses gtven speoisl atten-
tion. Respectable srrangeroents made
for tha adoption of Infanta. Th finest
equipped sanitarium In the northwest
frii-a. 158 Alder corner Id.' Portland,
Or Irenes Main 1788. Home A-1783
THi" ORIGINAL AKI ONLY DR-
MARY UN8 "',
Formerly- with tha X-Radlum Medical
Institute, has severed all connection
with that institution and can now be
found wyh tha .. . , .- .. ,
Dr. Jlary Lane Institute
VOiere she will be, pleased to see any
Ol her old patients. '
Fxnert treatment given women ana
Children's ailments. - . Maternity casesU
f lven special attention. . l'n-toaaie asn
tarlum (n connection. . No charge for
consultation and correspondence abso-
lutelv confidential. Address ail corTo
epondcnre to The Dr. Mary Luna Insti
tute. Medical and Surgical. Incorporated,
rooma S to 14. Grand theatre bldg, cor.
Park mid Wash. Bis. Phone Main 8828.
. We Cere
All dlieases of men. women and children
both acute snd chronic diseases of
the eye, ear. nose, throat and lungs,
neart, kidney, bladder, brain and stora
arh catarrh, rheumatiam, goitre. Indiges
tion, constipation and fktn diacsses
r.romptlv cured. All private and wait
ng diseases promptly cured and their
effects permanently removed from the
svsiem. Consultation free and strictly
confidential. We guarantee all of our
cures. New York Surgical 4k Medical
Institute, Raleigh bldg., 6th nnd Wash,
Dr. PMliD T; Ball
Nervous and chronic diseases of men,
women snd children; piles cured pain
lessly and promptly; constipation, rneu
matim. paralyalB, gniyr, cured by sci
entific methods; electric batns. lady st-
tendwnt. 608 6th St., corner Hhcrmsn.
1 HK PORTLAND INSTtTU IE
ladles snd gentlemen. If you are In
trouhfs about the condition of your
health, do not fall to conault me. I can
convince you that I can help you by
natural methods. Consultation and ex
amination free. Dr. Isabella Markle,
86.m Morrison St. Room. 10. Phone
Main 7S20 or A-l44.
genuine tub batns. jtamign Diag.,
6th and wsshlnrton.
MANICURING. TUB BATHS AND
massage. -410H 4th St. cor. .Wash
ington. EaDIES DR. SANDERSON'S Co!
Bavin and Cotton Root pills are the
only sure remedy for delayed periods;
by mail 11 per box. Dr. Pierce, 11 1st.
A. REINER. PRACTICAL- FURRIER;
sealakln garments redyed and remod
eled ; expert fitter; estimates given: low
eat prices: open evenings, 61 wash'
In gton. Phone M sin. 7308. -- -
.TURKISH BATHS. ,108 OREGONIAN
bldg.: ladles days, gentlemen Bights,
BALM OF FIGS FOR ALL FEMALE
rile-nea. 808 Flledner hldg. Main 7721.1
A. PERGKR'B ART STUDIO. 344 H
Waah, at. High grade oil paintings In
Hndwcapes and portraits made to order.
PIGOOTT, FINCH 4k BIGGER, ATTOR
- neys st law, 4 Mulkey bide corner
tS snd Morrison sts. -
INTERSTATE ADJUSTMENT CO.. A. J.
Chrlatopheraon, pres.; law, collections,
reports. 414 Buchanan bldg. Main 8110.
OARVIN CYANIDB EXTRACTION CO.
and Montana Assay Olhoa. 118 Mor.
WELLS 4k PROEBSTEL, MINING EN
glneers, assayers, chemists and- sur
veyors. 204 V, Wsahlngton st. Main 7508.
HOWARD M. COVET.
Ant Pierce Great Arrow, Locon-iobflea,
Cadillac an! Knoz. Temporary location
Club Garage. 16th and Alder sts.
HOWE. DAVIS A KILHAM. 108-111 ID
st. Blank books manufactured; agents
for Jones' Improved Loose-Leaf ledgers;
see the new Eureka leaf, tha bast on the
S. BIRKENWALD 4k CO, 304-I08 EV
, erett St., largest butcher supply houss
on ins coast, write ror catalogue.
fc'JTCHERS' SUPPLIES ADOLPH A.
Dekvm, 111-111 1st st, carries a full
line snd e .ir'.ste assortment at lowest
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
JOHN A. MELTON. 184 4TH ST OF
flce sad store flxtarss built and rs
rnodeleO; showcases and counters.
Phone Main 1787. '
K. MELTON OFFICE, STORE FIX
tures; general jobbing. 8? 1st sC
Thone Main 8180
STANDARD CARPET CLEANING CO.
Largest plant on coast; I firing and
Harding sts.; phone East 280) carpets
cleaned, refitted, sewed and laid: steam
and compressed air process; renovating
mattreswes snd feathers a specialty.
JOYCE BROS., PROPRIETORS OF THK
Electric Cleaning works; carpets
Cleaned and laid, both dry and com
linsssed air cleaning; carpet refitting our
necialtyi work guaranteed. Phono Main
istl and A-1472 178 Grant st
5nfilONE STEAM CARPET CLEAN
Ing works; carpets cleaned, refitted
and laid; mattresses and feathers ren
ovsted. 221 K. ilt St. N. East 880.
COAL AND WOOD.
PORTLAND SAWDUST' 4k 8LABWOOD
Co., 888 Front at successors to Ful
ton Wood Co. Fir. oak, alabwood. ooal
i-i. siain iiis.
V'OR PROMPT DELIVERY OF SLAB
wood call Main 4871. Oak, ash, fir
and coaL Portland Wood Coal, Co,
join ami nn rirr it
"veStT-kn feed'a fueL CO.
Houss and blacksmith coals, coke,
charcoal, kindling. Phone-Main 1018.
'liUfhoNK EAST 7.
F. B. JONES 4k CO.,
Wood snd Coal. 181 East Water st.
VoH QUICK DELIVERY PHONE
Oreiron Fuel Co.. Il Alder
STui.'NT li(l FUEL CO., WOOD AND
ciMl. 8f Water at. Phone Main 8270.
CLEANING AND DYEING. '
Cl.OTH ESCLEANED AHD PREfiSHD,
11 p-r month. Unique Tailoring Co,
fn Stark st.
ii. vvT tTrner. Dyer carpets
dyed a specialty, tut Jefferson st
CIMKOPODY' AND PEDICURING
Mrm, M U HiJI. Room 118 tleldiirr
1.1. 1 Bulb rhonee.
JJA"4VF ANGELES 141 FirTU. PA
. t.rio iii. . . .,. ....
CLAIRVOYANTS AND ; PALMIST-
1 ' TOR ONE WEEK MORA
, BRING THIS AP AND RKCEiyB .
ABSOLUTELY FREE, , ,
One of my
- CONSULTATION READINGS.
The above CONSULTATION B.EADINO
; . Giren Free r
This Is strlpxly a matter of business
on jrour ptn to can at my .Jr,T
become mmmar wnn waj orinm.Au
and SCIENTIFIC work. A hint to the
wlae Is sufficient
Greatest liylns" astral dead-trance clair
voyant of the age; ADVISER OIT BUHI
NESS AND ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE:
wham you will marry, now 10 control
rh. An vntf love., even though mil
away; reunites the separated; gives se
cret powers to control oinsrs; no on
ferenoe how dose or how far away, you
can alwavs obtain vour desired resulta
Tells you Just bow, where and when
to Invest your money to obtain the best
possible results, it you are sick, mel
ancholy, dlaheartened or discouraged,
DO -NOT GIVE UP IN IESPAlR;sCOine
and receive spiritual advice that will
help you to receive HEALTH, WEALTH
X will do all others advertise to do.
and a great deal mors. ' '
Officer' Noa -4. Grsnd Thestrs bldf.
3S2 1-2 WasWncn
Phone Main 1IH.' v
: - Your Fcrtnne Tcld
Frce-TliS WEEK Free
; Prcjnetess -; ; '
Viola Marshfleld, MorHson St.,
The Cosmos, between 8d and 4th.
MAT ANDREWS. CARD READER, AT
Hi Main St., Z5c. Phone Main 764.
Mrs. lIndSet. business medium.
clairvoyant, magnetic treatments. . 23
N. th st., room . y
WESTERN ACADEMY DANCING
school, F. S. Carter, prln. ( assistants.
Including lady; class Mon . Thurs.. Sat.
eve.; ladies' class Thurs. afternoon; ohll-
dren Bat, afternoon; cor. Id and Mor.
PROF. RINGLER DANCING ACADE
my; a select school: claas or private
leaeons dally. S8HH K. Morrison. Phone.
POO AND HOKSK HOSPITAL,
DR. Gr E. BROWN. D. C M- DOGS
and horns hospital. 10 N. tn st.
W. M. MILLAR. V. S.. VETEIUNARIAN.
14 N. 8th st Office , 137 FUoders
Phone Msln 784.
CARNEY'S VETERINARY HOSPITAL
for horses snd dogs.
tit Gllsan at
Phone Main 1484.
BEHNKE-WALKEK BUSINESS COL-
Chartlar ahorthand and Bliss book
keeping as taught in the Bfhnke-Walker
win lea a you to . success. r nrm i m i
calls for helo and placed 111 since Aug.
t,-ls. wm-piacsyou wnen compe
tent. Enroll now.
ROSE CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE
148 5th st.. near ims to f nee: central lo
cation; Pitman ahorthand; expert gradu
ates; low tuition; day dnd night school;
new pupils dally. W. W. Williams, M.
SEND YOUR BOY TO HILL MILITARY
academy. Portland, C.. Write for oat-
OREGON EXPERT COLLEGE. COM
monwealth bldg.. (th and Ankeny sts..
telegraphy, typewriting, epaman, Kng-
nsn, penmansn ip; oay ana evenings.
BE A PRIVATE SECRETARY.
Holmss Business college, at Washing
ton snd 18th sts.. Portland, Oregon, has
raised Its commercial courses to the
standard of a university training. The
private secretary course may be had
either day or night. Do not decide apoq
a school until you have written for in
forms tlonOppn every day and evenln g.
M. 1. WALSH CO., til STARK ST, -Electrla
and Gas Fixtures and Supplies,
sianteia, ining, uratea sno ijogirona
PACIFIC ELECTRIC CO. ENOI
nee re, contractors, repairers, sleotrlo
wiring, supplies. 84 1st, cor. Stark.
Main 668. R. H.Tate. Mgr.
WESTERN ELECTRIC W6ttK6, ' ii
th st. Contractors, electric supplies,
motors snd dynamos; wo Install light
and power plants. -
MORRISON" ELfeCf RKC CO. iii a.
Morrison St. Fixtures, wiring, rs-
palrfng. East 8118 or B-l?6.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE MOTORS AND
dynamos. A. C and D. C 1st and
FENCE AND WIRE WORKS.
PORTLAND WIRE 4k IRON WORKS
Id and Everett sts. Phone Msln 1000.
Stationary and marine; electric equip
ments; launches; accessories; wholesale
and ret. ill; engine repairing. Relersoo
Machinery Co., 181-4-8 Morrison st
SHEFFIELD MARINE EN'GlNES. AKY
propeller. Falrbai ka .Moras
1st and Stark sts
WINDOW . - AND DOOR SCREENS
made to order. Portland Hardware
Co.. 74 8th.
THE BELLBVUE. EUROPEAN . PLAN.
.in ana Mimnn,
HOTEL PortUndTAm. plan. H. it day.
BELVEDERE. European; 4th and Alder.
ISAAC L. WHITE. FIRE INSURANCE.
, 844 Sherlock bldg.
JAS. McL, WOOD. EMPLOYER' LlA
blllty and Individual accident seoutity
bonds of all klnda. Phono 47. 801 Mo
J. WOLF. RELIABLE WATCHMAKER.
Malnaprlngs 75o. 865 Wash. Pae. 850.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
CHARLES L. MASTICK ft CO, FRONT
and Oak sts, leather and skins of
ovsry description for all purposes; sole
and tp cutters: findings.
WANTED AND FOR SALB ALL
kinds. Including! approved forest re
ef rv. scrip for survsyed, nneurveyed,
timber and prairie government land. IL
M. Hamilton. "The Portland," Portland
NEU KING8LEY, 181 1ST ST
Portland e lesdlng marble and granite
PATENT PERFECTING CO. INVEN-
tions periecieo; we are builders of
nlimmUc machinery, dies, models, etc
- flunufacture metal specialties, under
nttrtot. Western office. 248 Stark BL,
Portland. Or.. R. O. Hiirlherymaniiser.
VllE IL C ALBKK CO. SECONIV
band machinery, sawmills, eta 141
A J. PAUL. 100 IBf St. A COM-"
piste line sswmlll aaschiotryi alao
ngineg and hollers.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY MONEY MONEY ,NONKT
MONEY " MONEY.. MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
SALARY LOANS ON PI.A.N NOTES
n L'T I A rrS 1 AA
NO MORTGAGE NO i NDOtSER
-ATtSOI.UTEI.T NO ECITKITY.
LOWEMT RATES EASIESTPAYMENTS
A CALL WILL CONVINCrc TOO.
REMpMHEK. IF YOU WORK.
WE WIIJ, ACCOMMODATE YOU.
WHAT MORE COULD YOU AHKt
RAILROAD MEN A BPEOI ALT Y.
STATE PKCT'RITY CO,
K 74 DEKUM BLDG. ,
1 TTOTTPfl A. M TO ( P. V
wtrn siun ratitrDAY TILL t P. M.
MONFT MOhTE Y MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
On Improved city property or for bnlld.
Ing purposes, for from I to 10 years
time, with nrtvllege to repay an or pan
of loan after two years. Loyis ap
proved from plana and money advanced
as building prosresaes; mortgages taken
up and replaced. r
FRED H. STRONG, Financial Agent.
!4J Stark st. -
irovtrrnuniSTf a I.
arles. Insurance policies, pianos, fur
niture, wsrenouae receipts, eio.; n un
serving person may secure a liberal ad
vance, repaying tv easy weekly or
pnnnthlv Installment a.
NEW ERA LOAN ft MORTQAGB COM
, . rA w T, - .-
(AS Ablngton Bldg. ' 1 '
CNCLR METERS- LOAN OFFICB . -141
lit ti.p Alder, established 1I7:
old and reliable; any amount loaned on
watches, aiamonaa, jew.iry ana
itrSKrlV ADVANCED SaLA
pie and others upon their own names
without security; ehesoeat rates, easiest
payments; offices la 80 principal clues;
save yourself money by getting our
terms first. . . '
TOLMAN. Z2I ADington tun.
I08H Id st
50NeV IANEDTTrSALARIED PEO
pis Just on your -own name; don t
borrow until you see me; my system
Is the best for railroad men. clerka.
bookkeepers, streetcsr men And jll other
employes: business strictly confidential
F. A. Newton. (11 Buchanan bldg, S8
Washington , '
"MONElTtO LOAN ON CHATTELS.
Anything you may need, come In and
tell u'a about It: everything confidential;
courteous treatment; reasonable rates.
W. W. SMITH t
- 5H Alder cor. Sd. Room 1. -
Cash On hand for purchasb
money, mortgagee, bonds for doeda or
contracts of sale on real estate, either
country or city property. H. E. Noble,
Commercial blk.. 2d and Wnshlngton.
LITTLE LINjCRS, WANTS. lAJST AND
found, for sal", to let, etc.. In The
Journal coat' only 1 cent a word; It
words or less, 16 rents each Insertion.
Phones Mnin 7178. Home A-8210.
bON'f "BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
. until you see , .
' Hnttcn Creilt Ca
til Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REaI
or personal ss-L,
curlty; notes bought.
C. W. Pailett, 104
DON'T WORRY tlO TO $100 LOANED
salaried people, with or without se
curity. Crescent Loan , Cot." 411, Mo-
WILL LOAN 13 000. PER CENT, ON
.. reaLestata, Farrlngtoo.. Ill genton
gricR LOANd M ALL'sgCtfRITtES.
& W. King, 48 . Washington bldg.
Main 8109. ' '
MONEY1 TO LOAt 6ti aLL kTKM
William HolL room 8.
MONEY TO LOAN IN 1500 TO $5,000.
Charleson A Co, Commercial. Phono
A LOAN FOR THE ASKING SALARY
The Loan Co,. 414 Dekum
auburban: - charges r
Ward. Alixky bldg. Main 7324.
$4,000 OR SMALLER SUMS TO LOAN
on Improved city property. W-ll,
TO INTRODUCE CANFIELD8 8CIEN
tlfio musical table, the new German
method of teaching the rudiments of
music, will Instruct .104 people at. a
reduced price of $3, a saving of $50 to
the pupil. 171 13th bL, corner Yamhill.
MANDOLIN, GUITAR. BANJO JESSE
Parker, virtuoso, late of Illinois Col
lege pf Music. Tilford bldg, 10th and
NORMAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC Z. M.
' Parvln, Mus. Doc., 85 Russel bldg. Voice
culture, piano, harmony, counterpoint.
Piano, violin, cornet, trom-
bone, clarinet. . Professor E. A. Smith,
t2 12th st. Home A1860.
LESSONS 60o. PIANO. GUITAR, BAN-
Jo, mandolin, violin. Mrs. Martin,
414 lat st. Pacific 1088. '
DR. LILLEBELLE PATTERSON. BPB
cisllst on nervous, acute and chronlo
diseases. Office 117 Fenton bldg. Pbona
Lt)R R. B. NORTH RUP. 41e-l-lT DE-
u m bldg.. in and wseningion sis.
Phone Main 148. Examination free.
RAMSEY. I 414 MAC-
leay bldg. M. 3820; A-4741; res. M7B04.
Mann & Beach, Alnters '
1 1st St. Both phones.
OGILBEE BROS., PRINTERS CARDsT
Mllheads, etc. Main 1868 1B4H
MISS L. B. MAY, 801 SWETLAND ..
Copying needs and abstracts spec lty.
FAYR KANDLE, 468 SHERLOCK
FOX ft CO SANITARY PLUMBERS,
131 2d, bet. Main snd Salmon. Oregon
phone Main 8001.
DONNERBERG ft RADEMACHER Re
moved to No. 308 Burnslde st
PAINTING AND PAPERING.
P. A.. DOANE GIVES BEST ESTIMATE!
for satisfactory work. 1S4 Yamhill.
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS. ,
BASS-HUETER PURE PAINT GOES
farthest, wears longest. HUETER'S
Superior Varnishes, established 81
years, wholesale and retail warehouse,
Raleigh and 13th st. Main 763S.. "S"
car north.. Goods delivered free.
V. E. BEACH ft CO, THE PIONEER
Paint Co. Window glass and glsilng.
135 1st st. Phons 1114.
P. C. STAMP WORKS, 244 ALDER ST.
Phons Main 710, Rubber stamps,
sea la, stencils; baggage, trade cheese;
braes signs and plates
ALL ABOVE, ALSOHLITGS. NUMBER
lng machines, check protectors, office
THOMPSON ft, OGDEN REAL, Es
tate, Inaurance. li-ana. See us before
buying. 84 8 Mlsaiaaippl ava .. phone
Wood lawn 20 2. '
JTW. OGILBEE. REAL ESTATE" XWS
loans: esubllshed 188. 148 1st,
SPHINX AGENCY. DEALERS In"
real estate and rentals. 105 Stark
at Main 8184.
FOR FARMS OF EVERY DEaCHlP
tion. W. . W. Espcy. 818 Commercial
W. WOLKSTEIN. IKALER IN REAL
estste and rents rnUect'-d, 110 1st at.
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS.
FOSTER ft KLElSItR SIGNS .
We have built up the largeat slsn
business tn the city by first-claas work
snd keeping our promleea. . Our prices
are Ylght (to and Everett sts Phone
r fc KJ N 3 THAT ATTRACT" PGR r
land Slsn Co, 11 Stark. PaoIHe 1(4.
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK C' PORTLAND, OKEOON. ,
Northwest Cornor Third . A-l O k Htreeta. ..,,. i.
ATrsnssets - Genersl banking Buslne.s. DRAFTS ISSUED Avanable In
All Cities of the United States and Euroue. Honjkons and klanllv Collections
Ptll,i,.rVOW. .. ' n W BCHMF.ER
p Vlcs-Prssldsnt R LEA BARNES
ADD ft TILTOW. BANKERS Portland, Oregon,
W. St. LADD. C.
m , . . k u.nri m.l
navinga books Issued on
Transaot a General Banking Bu.ln.es. SAVTNOS BANK D?JPARJ2,,1
savings deposits. Interest paid on
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK Port lsnd, Oregon. .' MMtAmm,
J. FRANK WATSON. .President I R. U DURHAM. "Y ? T?Ia Mar
R. W. HOTT Cashier I GEORGE W. HOYT. .Assistant Cashier
" S C CATCHING.... Second Assistant Cashlsr
Trmnsacta a General Banking Bualnena. Drafts snd Lettsrs of Credit- issueo
AvallsMe to All Psrts
srts of ths
THB BANK OF CALIFORNIA Established 1884. Head Office, Kan
Catltalrl4 ... i AAA aaa I a. . nrnflts '110.183. 87
General Banking and Exchsngs Business Transacted. - Interest OB Time
-Deposits. - SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts msy bs opened of $1 and up-
wsrd. Portland Branch Chamber of Commerce Building. . - -.
WM. n. MACRP1A Msnager J.T. BURTCHAELL. . . -Ass t Manages
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Portland. Or. Oldest National Bonk on Paclflo Coast
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, tL504.000.00. DEPOSITS. I14.000.O0O.00 . J
A. L. MITTS.
J. W. NEWKIRIC
SECTTRITT SAVINGS ft TRUST CO.--188 .Morrison Street.- portlandV Oregon.
, Transacts a Gsnera Banking Business SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Inter
. ? allowed on Time and Savlnga Accounts. . Acts as Trustes for Estalsa,
SnSi?a Letters of Credit Avallabls on All Part of the World. .
I l u.W'V President I L. A. LF.W78. , , , .First W"-?
A. l MILLS... Second Vlce-Presidsnt R. C. JUBITZ.. ........ SscrsUry
GEO. K. ' RUSSELL. ...... .Assistant Secretary
TITLE GUARANTEE ft TRUST COMPANY 144 Washington Street.. .
.- MORTGAGE) IAN8 ON Portland Real Estste st Lowest Rates.
V m. Title Insured. Abstracts Furnished.
Ii9.nBlm ROSS. . , President I JNO. FJ. AITCHIflON Secretary
GEORGE H. HILL Vice-President T. T. BURKH ART.. ...... Treasurer
ORRIS BROTHERS. Chamber of
Municipal. Railroad and
T OWNING-HOPKINS COMPANY
1 STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN Bought
Qyerfceck & Cooke Ccmpanjl.-h.-
GRAIN, PROVISIONS. COTTON, STOCKS AND BONDS.
WB DO A 8TRICTLY COMMISSION BUSINESS.
Continuous Markets by Private Wire, Quick Bervloe.
Shaatn Expreas . .V 8:18 a. m.
Cottage Grove Passenger . 4:15 p. m.
California Express ...7:45 p. m.
San Francisco Express ....11:30 p. m.
Corvallla Passenger T:0 a. m.
Sheridan Paaaenger 4:14 p. m.
Foreat Grove Paasenger ...11:00 a. m.
Forest Grove Pasaenger ... 8:10 p. m.
Tacnma snd Seattle Exo. ...
J:14- a. m.
:04 p. m.
North Coast ft Chicago Lira,
Pne Bound Limited
4:34 p. m.
11:48 p. nv
Oregon Railroad Jb
Local Passenger 8:04 a. m.
Chicago-Portland Special .. 1:14 a. m.
Spokane Flyer 7:00 p. m.
Kan. City ft Cht Exp. 7:40 p. nv
Astoria and Seaside Exp. .
V 8:00 a. rn.
Astoria ft Seaside Express
TIN ROOFINO. GUTTERING, HE-
nalrtng and general jobbing. 4. xoaii.
Ill Jefferson St. - Pacific 1414. "
WARREN - CONSTRUCTION Ctt
Street paving, sidewalks and. cross
ings. .114 Lumber Exchange.
THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING CO.
of Portland. Office 865 Worcester blk.
PORTLAND SAFE CO, SOLE AGENTS
for Herrlng-Hall-Msrvln safes and
HnnnmiK Steel Safs Co. s bank safes
10 second-hand fireproof safes and bank
safes, very cheap. . See them or write
us. fl 7th at.
DIE BOLD . MANGANESE. SAFES
fjiri. lines carried. Lock-outs opened.
Jacks, lalla, metal furniture. Both
phones. - J. E. Davis. 83 -Id. -
SAFKS FOR RALE. IXCKOUTS OPEN
d. autos and machinery repaired. Co
lumbia Gas Engine At Safe Works. 144 Id.
manVjanese steel Bank safes
original) plre-proof - safes, vault
fronts. The Mosler Safe Co., 108 Zd St.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
OLSrSN-ROB! TRANSFER CO.
Henry Roe. W. A. Cleland,
. T. P. Bhea screen.
Genesal transfer and storage: sales,
ptanoa and furniture moved, packed and
shipped. 208 Onk at. Phono Main 147,
Paclflo 1081. Home A-2147
C. OTP1CK OFFICE 18 1ST ST- BE-
tween Etar and Oak sts.: phone 888.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipping; commodious brick wars
bouse with separata Iron rooms. Front
and Clay sts.
PENINSULAR EXPRESS ft
Transfer. 247 Alder st. Main 1171.
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 114 N. ITU
Main 84. Heavy hauling and storage.
Independent baggage ft trans-
fer Co. Storage. 124 stars., aiam 407.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY - COMB.
brush, soap, $1 per month. Portland
Laundry ft Towel Supply Co, 4th and
Couch sts. Phons iq.
TUB! OT.TVirn TYPTCWRITER4A.GENCT.
phone Mnln 7852. Raleigh bldg. Port,
land. Or. . Seo the new model No, I Oli
ver, before buying a typewriter. Oliver
typewriters aoiq son, renieq.
NEW AND 2ND HAND.ALL MAKES,
rented, repaired, sold. P. D. C Co.,
131 Stark. Tel. t!407.
. WHOLESALE JOBBERS.
M. A. GUN ST CO.
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
EVERTING ft FARRELL. PRODUCE
and rommlaslon merchsnts, 144 Fropt
St.. Portiar.Q. ur. rnone siam lis.
OREGON FURNITURE MANUFAC-
turlng Co. Manufacturers of furnl
ture for the trade. Portland. Or.
WAf HAMr ft CO, WHOI-E8ALE OHO.
core, manufacturers and commission
mercha ts. 4th nnd Oak sts.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND
. epeclsl orders. L. Kuvensxy s furnl-
ture factory. 307 f ront st.
aO.en ft Lewis, commission and
producs merchants. Front and Davis
sts.. fortiano. it.
WHG1.ES ALE CROCKERY AND
glasaware. Prael. Uegele ft Co, Port-
LEWIS 8TENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY
Co, 'Barbers' . Supplies; Barbers' Fur
niture. Barbers" Chairs, loth ft Morrison.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
SHOWCASES OF EVERY DESCRIP'
' tion; bank, bar and store fixtures
made to order. The Lulke Manufac
turing Co.. Portland.
R. It. BtRDSALL. DESIGNER: AGT. M.
Winter Lumber Co.
1 Hamilton bldg.
! For Astoria
Dully (except Thursdays). Leaves A!di
street dock t a. m. .
ocdays a. m. f I ronsd trip,
' aTOVa SxAlw MS, -
Assistant cashier. . . . . , .. W. A. iui-J
A. M. w..mni ,
3. W. LAD l
World. ' Collections a npecianr.
t W. G, ALVORD Assistant Cashier
B. SV STEVENS. .Second Ass t Csshlsr
Commerce Building. .,.
Pnhlto Service Corporation Bonds.
Established 189 2 BROKERS.
and Sold for Cash and on Margin.
Phono Main 17.
STATION TIME CARD.
Southern Pacific , . ARRIVING PORTLAND.
Oregon Express T:18 a'u
Cottags Grove Paasenger. .11 :14 a. m.
Shasta Express ......... 7:84 p. m
Portland Express 11:14 p. m.
WEST SIDE. .
Corvallla Passenger ...... 8:81 p. m
Sherldsn Passenger .... 10:14 a, m
Foreat Grove Passenger ... 8:04 a. m.
Forest Grove Paaaenger ... 1:84 p. m.
North Coast Limited
Portland Expreas ...
Overjand Expreas ....
Puget Bound Limited
..... T:04 a. m
8:18 p. m.
. . . . .10:81 p. m.
Narlcatlon Company,' '
Spokane1 Flyer"...'. 8:04 a-.m.
ChC. Kan. City ft Port. Ex.. 4:41 a. m.
Chicago-Portland Special .. 8:20 p. m.
Local Passenger ,.. 8:48 p. m.
II Aatorla 4 Port. Paasenger. 12:15 n. m.
IIJPojrUsndIpreaa 14:04 p. m.
Low Rtes From
J the East
-During September and October tha
oreat Northern railway will aell colo
nist tickets from all eastern points at
greatly reduced rates. , , ,
&Wl!72&: : :-. V -v-
MUmes polls to Portland (' ' ' lw '
snluth to Portland -S25.00
Slonx City to jrortlaad..7 '..
Proportlonato reductions from ether
points. Now la the time to aend for
your friends. Orders for tickets will
receive prompt attention. Additional
information on application to H Dick
son. C P. T. A,, 121 Third atreet,
Portland. Or. ' Phones Main 480, Home
A-2288. .. ..
Weekly might and Paaaenjrot
' . Berrloe of tha Fine Steamshln .
trsavss rOxnAlTO svery Monday, 8:00
p. m, ! froaa Oak-stret Sock, fox
EMPITRE NORTH" BEND
Freight Received Till 4 p. m, on Day
. of Sailing. , ,
FARB rrom Vortlmnd. ' lswiu.
10.0O; ad-elaaa, $7.0O, Including berth
Inquire City Ticket Office. Thtrd snd
Washington sts, or Oak-street Dock.
FOXTXAJTD A WD TVQXt SOTTZTS
HAlling from Couch street dock, Port
land -for Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and
Belllnsbam. September 11-at 3 p. m.
. FBJBZOVT . . - :
Connecting v at Seattle for Nome,
Golofninln, St Michael Chena and Fair
banks with steamers Pleladea, liyadea.
Lyra. Mackinaw, Ohio. .
Schubach ft Hamilton. General Agents.
- T. P. Baumgartner, Agent, Portland,'
Couch street, dock.
Phones: Main 861 Homo A418L'
Columbia River Scenery
BKaTri.ATOB uira STSAXXmS.
Dally service between Portland and
The Dalles, except Sunday, , leaving
Portland at 7 a. m.i arriving about 8
p. m, carrying rreignt and passengers.
splendid aocoramouatlona . for .outfits
ana nvepioc. '
Dock foot of Alder st, Portland; foot
of Court at, Tha Dalles. Phons. Mam
HOXTX MCtnO STEAM-SKI CO.U
STXAMBKHS ; y
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisco and Los
Angeles direct every Thursday at 8 p. m.
Ticket office 133 Third .near Alder.
Steamers of tha "(lprM nivrD lit.
leave OAK-BTREET DOCK every Mon
day, Wedneaday and Friday at FIVE
0'CIX)CK A. M, for aU points between
Portland, the Dalles and Umatilla.
Leave early and aee all ths river. Ar.
rive, early. Low rates. PromDt serv
ice. Telephone Msln 3201. Horns, A 1837.
Charles Johnson Acquitted. '
(kDenal nupairk te Tee imtraal -
Astoria. Or.. Bent 28 The trial of
Charles -Johnson, charged with aaasu'lt
on Lilly Baker, 4 years old.. was ended
In the circuit court yesterday afternoon
by the Jury bringing in a verdict of not
FaJs and Fashions.
By Florence Fairbanks.
EW YORK. Sept 18 A silk braid
covered with tiny soutache but
tons la one of . the trimming
novelties of tha season.
. ' Tht moire effect la seen tn
both silks and velvets. A satin stripe
combined with a much narrower taffeta.
stripe which la moire, la a new fabric
...New belt buckles are In French gilt
silver) mother-of-pearl. Some s re of
dull corrugated silver and others are
set with rblneatones.
Voils de sole Is a little newer than
all wool oy silk voile. A pretty novelty
In' this Is - white -voile - de cole striped
With . black chenille "ranging" from a,
hairline to aiflnch-wlde stripe. Whether
plain or. striped, this la an attractive
material. . '.
. The.ssve'n-eighths sleeve wilt be seen
on the strictly tailored suits, that la.
reaching to awi!stbone.-' Coatuma
sleeves are three-quarter length, and the
lata novelty sleeves come well over the
hand In a point.
A simple model for a little suit la made
with a two-piece circulur skirt, tha front
seam being cut on the bias to give extra
fullness. The coat la invariably made
long and single-breasted, and fitted td
A very dainty wrist-bag. round In
shape, with a gold chain has across the
bottom a row of pear-shaped amethysts
set In gold caps. '
A coat without pockets la no longer
fashionable. Small and large ones are
found Inside and outside ths coat and
are trimmed with buttons to make them
A lovely sssh ribbon 18 Inches wide
had a dark background to the center,
where there were reaea In pale pastel
shades. Another of white background
had pink roass and a border of narrow
an tin. , . . . s i
' For evening wear, long lab mitts,
appllqued -with narrow lace braid In
an all over design ars fashionable.
They fit the arm snugly, and xome well
over ths knuckles, with a fitted piece
for the thumb, - a
; Velvets ars shown In fancy weaves
nnd In stripes, plaids, rings and dots.
Gray In: Its various tones Is one of the
leaulng colors, and reddish brown Is
much evidenced. Pastel ahades coma
In the serpent-green, plum and national
blue and are all lovely. '
Fancy bralda will be used With ttie
soutache which Is so popular. Fibre
braids nave returned into favor, and
also the old-fashioned serpentine braid-.
Ing. , Coats ars faatened in military
faahion with frogs, cords and tassela
Dresses br tAireta or liberty 'OTtirety
handpainted, are the late notes of ele
gance In Paris. Garlands of roses ars
thrown over tha sides and front or a
deep band of panalea or violets may or
nament tha bottom. Very -expensive
lacea are made to trim these hand
. Ostrich - plumes curled and uncurled
are-- the principal trimmings ' for the
new -winter hate. Lovely - effects are
shown In the mnrabdut, and their pop.
ularity la lncrsasing. - , -. ; ,
Vsnv skirts are heavily trimmed with
bands, ruffles and straps, which reach
to the knees. This is a decided change
from the' plain, untrtmmed skirts that
have so long been In fashion, but it In
f enerally mora becoming to woman than
be much trimmed skirt -
The sailor, hat of modified, shape will
be very fashionable for early fall wear.
Tha brim turns up slightly In front and
the only trimming la a soft ribbon bow
the same color aa the felt. - This bow is
more often seen In ths back rather than
the front, and It la growing larger all
the time. - "
The boa worn around the neck and the
bow of ribbon on the bat must match
in color. Tha bow on a hat of soft
brown felt waa a deep cream color mir
ror velvet, and the boa waa of cream
color net, box plaited, edged with chew
nitis ana was anoui two yaras Jong.
One end of the boa was finished with
two brown velvet ribbon ends and a
cluster of tea rosea mingled with maiden
nair fern, and the other end waa fin
ished with just the ribbons.
.Tailored waists sre msde In washable
fabrics such as pique, madras and even
silk. They afe very plain, the ' only
trimming being buttons covered with
self material. Plain or embroidered
linen oollara are designed to be worn
with these walsta. - - -
Fancy waistcoats are made of lace
and net and are cut exactly like a man's
vest Tha buttons are very large and
elaborate. Thess waiatcoata are to be
worn with tailored suits that have the
cutaway front, arid so display tha
bodice or vest , . .
:,7,., , v.:1-
. Seasonable Recipes.'"!'
Egglesa Glngf r Caka. Note This fine
recipe came from New Orleana, the
sender of 'which states: .'"It cams to ns
from an epicurean housewife long years
ago and we, being southerners of the
southerners, consider ourselves Judges
of 'good eating. ' It la considered unap
proachable by my children and grand
children," "The recipe follows: Put a
pint of good syrup Into a deep bowL
Stir in sifted flour until ths mass be
gins to break or to crumble (ths exact
amount cannot be specified, aa different
flour vary,: but begin with two cupa
and add Until above results obtain)
Add two largo tablespoons of the best
lard (melted after It la measured) and
a little less than one half teaspoon of
salt' Next atlr In one tablespoon of
ginger" and one teaspoon of cinnamon,
and lastly one and a half cupa of boil
ing water In which' ars dissolved three
level teaspoons of soda. Bake In a alow,
oven from 45mlnutes to one hour. This
cake may be enriched by adding raisins
and spices. -
Peach Tapioca. Soak one cup of tap
ioca in cold water over night. In the
morning add one pint of fresh "witter
and boil until nearly done, tnen add one
quart of sliced peaches, one cup ot
sugar and the grated rind of one lemon
and continue cooking until the fruit la
soft Remove from the fire, add the
Juice of the lemon, turn Into a mold and
chill on ice. Serve with whipped cream.
Colonial Maple Cake. Melt two cup
fuls of maple sugar and let It become
partly cool. Add one cupful of honey,
and ona and one half cupfuls of butter
milk In which has been dissolved a level
feaspoonful of baking soda. Add a
pinch of salt, a acant cupful of butter,
two well-beaten eggs, flour to make a
at I IT sponge, spices to suit the taste, one
cupful of citron and ona doxen plums
(halved). Drsdge ths fruit well with
flour, snd sdd It sfter the sponge hss
been' thoroughly beaten. Add one cup
ful of preserved gooseberries or cur
rents; pour two Inches deep In a pan
i.ned with buttered paper, and bake in
a slow oven.
Heart Croquettes. Boll three medium
ilsd potatoes, mash snd prees through
a sieve; add butter the el He of a butter
nut. Heat two eggs with one and ma
hnlf cupfuls of sugar snd add to the
potato with one cupful of milk, four
cupfuls of flour In whh'h has been sifted
one level teaapoonfut of grated nutmeg,
I I - IJJ : 1 --el
and four tahlespoonfuls of baking pow
der. Roll out to one Inth thick, using
ss little flour as possible to keep from
adhering to the board, cut with a small
heart cutter, drop Into smoklng-hot t.tt
and cook until a rich brown.. J hle hut '
roll into nut crumbe.
Harlequin Cup. Into your sherbet
cups or glasses put a layer of hoarsely
chopped walnuta, then a layer of cut-up
marshmallowa. next a layer of fresh or
canned atrawherrlea or plneaupleAand
, laatly idle allghtly sweetened whipped
i cream -on top. The nut meats, should
I not be too finely chopper, and the easiest
way to cut up the marshmaiiows is ny
unlng a pair of sharp scissors dipped -often
In flour or powdered sugar. Ons
or two cherries on top of ths whipped
cream adds to the effect and faor.
Banana Fritters. Mitke a batter with
four ounces of flour, a pinch of salt on
asblespoonful of oiled butter snd a tea
cupful of warm water; stir until per
fectly amooth, stand aside -for two
hours; beat ths whites of three eggs to
s stiff froth, mis thoroughly with the -batter.
Peel the fruit cut each in half
lengthwise, sprinkle with sugar, dip in
the batter and fry In boiling fat; drain
on kitchen paper, then arrange on luce
paper; sprinkle with sugar, and serve
- - p.. K it - -- ,
yy) A Necklace of Ill-Luck. ,
An eerie story la told about a neck
lace which "formerly r belonged to tha
Maharannee Of Cooch Behar, India, and
which la supposed to bring bad fortune
to every one connected with it "-
- Th history of the necklace of pearl
and turquoises, which are not usually
considered to ba unlucky otonea--1 cer
tainly peculiar. .'While It was in the
Maharannee' s possession' she .waa robbed"
ft a quantity of valuable Jewelry,-and
he Maharajah lost some of his best
racing ponies by death snd breakdowns.
The advice of a pundit waa aought. He
prescribed a change of owrlepshfp and a
voyage across the sea in order to break
tbs spell, and the necklace was accord
ingly given to a lady in England, says
"VVoman'a Llf." '
Aa a result ths Maharajah baa begun
to win races again and the Maharannee
ha recovered the stolen property, but
the story goes that the present owner of
the necklaco haa been the victim of per
sistent 111 fortune from th day that It
cam Into her possession. . -
'M-y st -;-s'.:i
" Artlat Earle-and Affinity.
"Not a mystic, but a. madman. I th
way Affinity Expert Earl Is character
ised by his father-in-law. . Which re.
mfnds us of Oscar Wlld'a' complaint:
It la perfectly monatrou th way peo
ple go about nowadays saying thing
against one, behind one' back, that ar
absolutely and entirely tru." Boton
Globe. ' -:: -. .-
And Mr. Earle, In hla Apologia Fro
Vita Mea, published recently, declares:
Truth I an eternal paradox, and rorces
us to recognise a bewilderment of con
tradictory, and conflicting lements In
very phase of llfs." f Thoa "elements"
must Include th two barrel or tar ana
th several pillow of feathers awaiting
1 mm at aaonros. - . . ,-
I Th prevalUngOBlnLpn eem s . to b
that th wlf haa th. better of tn bar
gain, a ah got her liberty and a baby
In which her husband had at least a
legal claim, - All that th soul-afflnlty
get I Earl. Philadelphia North
. Thla young man who chipped hi wife,
and child away aa if he were consigning
an o"rarharyIoarTf freight' ha not a
bad fac at all. His feature ar regu
lar, hla fac long and of waxen pallor.
HI largo, pale-blue eyea. smooth-parted
hair and long curly brown beard give
him a general- reaemblanoa--toth. Itin
erant Messlsh that spring up now and
then, make a few convert and dlaap-
uik- Earls ' Is tall and -loose-Jointed
His manner la deprecating,- his conver
uiiinn extremal v elusive. - Just when
you think you sre pinning htm down to .
some aennu statement ui sp.i m7
lieves In he wriggles away.
-'Miss Kuttner'- he said, "has ex
plained the whole altuatton. Sh Bald
mor than I would ever dare to. I did.
not call her my affinity originally, but
the word la a good one, and I believ sh
fulfills Ita meaning eo far as I am con
cerned. ' . V
'I don't believe that a man ha lust
one affinity. There ar doubtless hun
dreds of women In the world who would
meet hi needs. On man demands
mere beauty tn hi affinity, another re
iiia aimniv that aha be a aood house
keeper. Another admires brain In
women." . - . -
"And yout No doubt you prefer
brains to good housekeeping?' For Jt
Is generally understood that Mr. Earle i
nswly found affinity I of th high
browed variety. "
"I Ilk both," he replied. "Ther la
no reason why ths same woman
shouldn't hv both, nor why a man '
shouldn't Men should b good house
keepers, too.'' he added. "They should ,
have- some idea about homemaklng as
well aa women." -
"And how may a man know hla af
finity! What reason hav you for be- ,
lievlng that Miss Kuttner Is any more
your permanent affinity than Mrs. Karle
wast Host do you know you may not '
want her to give you up a few yes
from now to another woman. Just as
Mrs. Earl give you up to her? And -why
Is that not progressive polygamy?" .
Mr. Earle looked grieved.
'-"Oh, no!" he protested. - "I am a
monogamist. But I believe persons
should know ach other thoroughly be
fore they marry. Mr. Earle was a
French woman, and, of course, you
know thst means thai I never saw her
alone or had any knowledge of her real
thoughts and real temperament until
after we were married. '
"Mr. Earle la a woman of wonderful
education. She haa far mora brain
than I hav. I never needed an en
cyclopaedia while she was In ths house.
But a woman has to be more than an
encyclopaedia 'to meet my Ideal. I was
no more succesaful In meeting Mrs. -Karla's
Menl. I am pretty well In
formed on th matter, and I don't think
she will have any difficulty In securing
her divorce In Franca Till ah does I
ahall wait patiently and work hard at '
painting. Then by the time ahe hss
obtained It my sffslrs will have ceased -to
be a nine days' wonder to the public .
snd Miss Kuttner and I Will, be mar
ried." New York World. . .
"Oh. It waa awful." . ' M '
. "You poor dear!"
"Yes; my affinity met my husband'
affinity, they fell n love and got mar
ried, leaving ua quite In the lurch. ,
Fawncyi" Philadelphia Bulletin. . V , .
Housewifely Wisdom. ., ;
Th rattling of coal being shoveled
Into a furnac la always a sourcs of an
noyance to a person who la seriously 111.
To prevent' this gst a number of large
paper bags, fill with coal, using a small
fir shovel, and pile them on the cellar
floor. ..When th furnac need replen
ishing lay on or mor bag on th fir,
and aa th bag burn th coal will fall
gently Into place without noise, o.
A gift much appreclsted by a house
wife living In a small apartment wher
cooking odors are hard to conquer Is
sn atomlxer snd a bottle of the best
lavender wster. After siring ths rooms
thoroughly spray once or twice with the
lavender, which is not only refreshing
snd clean, but a Veal tonjo for tired
For mixing flour and water use a fork
(t make it smooth and fres from lumps.- -
Brooms soaked In hot salt water wear
better and do not break.
To prevent lamps from smoking, waah
the wick thoroughly In warm water with
a little snap dissolved In It Then rlnae
In clean wster and let dry. After It la
Jtm a .... W a. . I .. I. I , . .
vtf. -n i to. wn-n in itiunj vninfHr i or
an hmir; then drv. ,.-.'
When salad dressing Is liable to cur-
dl a small plnrh of soda dropped In will
prevent it' from doing so.
To keep doushnuta from burnlne- drnn
a piece of raw potslo In the boiling ft.
id you win nave no trouble wiui ihom.