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flit M0UX1M1 ASTUK1AN. HtlDAV, UCT01IER it, mi
The Corset Question
Ladies' fair Underwear
1 one o tl)t nuvtt Impor
tant of ninny crtitini(j to
woman' dress JuM a lew
hints i n il i uljtci: A proier ivi-ct mean-. Good Health. Pu-feci
Form, C mtortto V ea-cr, Elegante to Utume Royal orictr
Corxis tv tic lea. Km it iu nil tliHi j.id in rorsvtduin.
Goods of in'riiihu' merit
only are sold lietv. They
itrtt tin' otilv Kn.l iliHt
sreinliv rli-ap '! i-n'.i'e 'l g s. Tiey stand for lvi'ii'M.v,
Ilenhli, ('(.nifoit. Hv ION SL'llS--wll-l tutiluil ami iu all cir.-. Vo...
plated "Ont-iia" cly i , era r wl i i eei tiinoly flood values, for U and
l.fti'. ti'pi att' iio iin'i.ti. siilu d.d tain. a c in ool-lited at ,Ve ami
75e m'Ii ; -'Mi ll ir'l i' cii'i.. M'. ; im- won-ted SI Ntid $1.5(1 ecl; s II. and
woo! mi nn lio!i iln ii i i hK, ?.'.:! eaen.
THE A DUNBAR CO.,
Headquarter for Pry llixids on the Lower ("ohtmhiu
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
maim uii.r; in ptwYcik Slock KxcIuiikc
DIRECT VMS 10 akm lMId of faJe
21 4 -2 Is Chamhrr of l!ommrict
BISHOP SCOTI ACADEMY
till. il. U I'rliu-iital.
Bay Most of the Reports Concerning
the B. & O. Are Baseless.
NEW YORK. Oot. IS. Rumors touch
ing on the prjspects of plana of the
Baltimore Ohio railroad are the aub-j
iect of comment by James J. Hill,
"The B. & O. Is feeling the same
conditions as thoee affecting the com
peting lines. I don't think there is
likely to be any friction unless tome
on If. Insane."
Christmas TVrm Opeaa Sept. II. 1HB.
A BocMlns ! Ttr School Un4r yi"l
luniiMnt olneo Uli-
For oiIiIocum or Infomttlaa Jdr tto
pnnclp.1. J. W. HIU. U. I).. P. O. .Imwor
:. Portland, or.
primary. ProparatnrT and Adojnlo tpr-
SDl; I'oll.go Prtimtlom Unitary PkKlpllaa,
uiul TTmiolnj. Uum at ail aaa raoalwd.
,. . k. Cur Action to Be Goverred by Views
whose authority to speak for the road
, . or Senators.
The retuwt that the B. 4 O. was
shortly to retire Its preferred stock. Is
suing shares of common stock In lieu
of one share of preferred has been cur
rent In Wall str today along with
other products of conjecture, and was
called to Mr. Hill's attention.
"I have heard nothing of It," said he,
"and If such a step were contemplated
I should certainly know something
about It. I can say this, however, and
you may print It on my authority
that of all the rumors, published and
unpublished, now being circulated in
regard to B .4 0., three-quarters are
absolutely without any foundation In
Mr. Hill was also asked whether there
appointed to settle the Samoan ques
tion, but the matter will be ended by
direct negotiations between the three
governments. It is apparent that these
negotiations' will consume several
months, and as a preliminary to them
it may be decided to put Into force
some of the recommendations of the
to high joint commlslon which some
months ago Investigated the conditions
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.-A special
the Herald from Washington says:
I'ntil further informed of the attitude prevailing In the Islands,
of Great Britain on the German propo-
sltlon to partition the Samoan Islands TO CURE LAGRIPPE IN TWO DAYS
among the three power signatory to
the Berlin treaty, ft is probable that
Secretary Hay will not make a catego
Final action will certainly not be tak
en by this government until the presi
dent and secretary of state understand
the views of influential senators with
reference to the proposed disposition of
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. SSc.
THAT JOYFUL FEELINiJ.
Ksi Portland, Ore., MaiiulHctiirrrii of
NIT Hl'TTF.K, the Food fur ulf
and K It CFKK. VI.
With the exhilarating sense of re-:
newed health and strength and In- ;
ternal cleanliness, which follows the ;
use of SvniD of Firs. Is unknown tn!
the Islands. In the meantime, there Is the few who have not progressed be
no intention on the part of the ad- -on' the Kol.lJ;,l,m! medicines and ths
rhea p substitutes sometimes offered j
ministration to be pushed Into hasty ac- 'nit never accepted by the well-Inform- j
was any possibility of the roads prov- tlon by the rumors of trouble In Samoa th"Ua,t'rnunF1gynirCo!CtU,J 1
lr.g a disturbing factor in any sense and the report emanating from German
In the East, or whether, on the other sources that for the surrender of her
hand, its policy would be found to be rights In the Islands of Lulla and Saa-
TKIM.MI'.D HAT AT ALL I'KICKS
ALL X K W LATI!
The Big Millinery Store
..Of Portland.. . .
The Largest Assortment
The Lowest Prices
Kccclvctl an l!lcynt AMirtmcnt Xcw Street Hut? Stttch-
ef lcft Tbiii I'ruwns, In I'lvc New Shnpcs.
Wc bnliillc these rnimls Direct from our own Maou'situM.
The only store In Cortland that carry these Kuluslve Styles
Ihlldrens and Misses Hutu all Styles.
.MAIL OKDCKS I'KO.MCTLY 1'ILI.KI).
The Wonder Millinery Co.,
AT WHOLESALE CKICES
Corner Morriwn ami Fimt iSU.,
rosing a Sfeoialiy.
jPa u A no to A A)
I X. W. CorniT
Seven th ami Wellington
In thorough harmony with the eastern vil, Germany should be given the poo- MISS McRCA
trunk line association.
"I see no reasi, ' ivas the reply,
"why the road should be a disturbing
factor. AH the lln are having more
freight to carry east than they can
session of Upolu and additional com- Commercial -
pensation. It was significantly stated
that the president proposed to careful
ly guard every Interest of the United
States In Lullla In view of American
handle at present They are all enjoy- possession of the harbor of Pango-Pan-:
Ing prosperl'y. There is a good deal j go on that island by this government
of talk now about the scarcity of cars and to require adequate compensation
to handle the big shipments the roads ' for the surrender of American claims
are receiving. It Is not a scarcity of
cars that troubles them. They have
to the Islands of Upolu and Savall.
The authorities have determined that
At prices within the
reach of alL Call
and examine tbenew
cars enough. It is an Inadequacy of there shall be no additional commission MRS. ROSS,
Reaches for the delicious
The Spa Candy Factory
The largestt line of Lowney's
Famous Chocolates ever hrought
183 ltth Street. A. D. COOXLEY, Trop'r. Thone 20fi4
4H Yamhill t, Portland, Orryon.
Heed for circulars.
pursuits are much more profitable to tile avenge person than any of the profs.
lna A studious yminn uiiiii or woman can picp.ue (or a liu.iuru career in adoul
oiic-fourtli the time required to rilueate for proiesiion, ami at aliout one fourth
the cost. The succrwi of hiiiiilrriU of our uru.luntr. it rvrrv-day proof of ths
value of a jir-u lioil education ICxuinine into the turrit of our school. I-ar
Aoiraud what we'tca'ti. KfSludent of "ArmitroiiK's 0iiit)ined Theory an4
I'ractice of Bookkei piiiK" Icani to kcrp limika txuctly a lliry ate keep in liuU
nea. New way to tcush; makci ImokkcrpiiiK easy. Invrtij;te. Call, or write.
Portland Business College
Fifth and Yamhill Sts. A. P. Armstrong. Prln.
0en all the uar. Siudents may cnt.r at any ihicv llnsincsi, Shorthand
vid Knj;lish ilrpirtmcnts. Private or class itntrui turn. Cutalogue fret.
; The Lightest Store in Astoria !; rTmaTBCTTi I
DOES -VOUR - HIISBAHIP WEAB CLOTHES?
A funny question you think
None of my buiess you say
1 d008 concern you
Whether his clothes fit
Whether his clothes wear
Whether helhas'paid to much for them
If he has bought them from WISE THEY ARE RIGHT
20 per cent Reduction on Boys' Suits, etc.
20 per cent Reduction on Hats.
20 per cent Reduction on Underwear.
This is Why!
All f 10 Suits or Overcoats, now $ 8.15
All ? 127)0 Suits or Overcoats, now 10.00
All $15.00 Suits or Ovc.coats, now 12,00
All $17,S0 Suite or Overcoats, now 14.00
All $20.00 Suite or Overcoats, now 10,00
All $2.r).00 Suits or Ovorcoats, now 20.00
20 per cent Reduction on Pants.
20 per cent Reduction on Mackintoshes.
20 per cent Reduction all 'round.
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND HATTER