The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, June 28, 1904, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1904.
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See our Burlaps, Leathers, Lincrusta, "Wood Imitations,
Crown Mouldings, Flate and Picture Rails, Etc,
B. F. ALLEN 0 SON,
365-367 Commercial Street
tacc& ' iars
In All Brands and Sizes
We have them in stock. The Trade
supplied at absolutely bottom prices.
We have added a Pipe Repairing
Department. Best work in this line.
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530 Commercial Street -114 Eleventh Street
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PHOXE 2175 RED
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
The Astoria Restaurant
MAN HLS'U, Proprietor
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
Fine Meals Served at all hours. Oysters Served in any Style. Game in
Season. We Guarantee the Best Meal in the City.
399 Bond Street, Cor. 9th Astoria, Oregon
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemiau Beer
Best In The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.
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Ref nlar Meals. 25 Cents
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
Everything the Market Affords
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' Brooks & Johnson, Proprietors. Phone No. 831
THE WIGWAM
CIS BROOKE, Manager
Great Palace of Art of the Pacific Coast
Fine. Bar and the Best of Liquors and Cigars
StE THE ILLUSTRATED PICTURES
Eighth and Astor Sts. ASTORIA
WORKS ARE
WELL MADE
Correspondents Taken on Tour
Through Japanese Works by
Officials of the Mikado.
ARE CAREFULLY PLANNED
Newspaper Men Say the ltrown
les Are in the Fight to Win
and Are Making Preparations.
General Kurokl's Headquarter In
the Field Via Fusan June 26. (Delayed
In Transmission.) A party of IS cor
respondents and military attaches has
been conducted on a tour of the main
Japanese works beyond headquarters:
That the greatest care has been taken
In building them the attaches remarked
the temporary defenses having; been
constructed with more pains than most
European armies would take under
similar ctdcumstances. At Llao Tang,
where It was hitherto though the first
meeting between the two armies In
force would occur, the Russians have
guns In position mounted on the city
wall and trenches on the plain south of
the city extending over an arc of 180
degrees. These trenches are so con
structed that they can be flooded dur
ing the rainy season. Recent rains in
dicate the beginning of the wet sea
son wben military movements upon a
large scale will be greatly handicapped
and perhaps rendered Impossible for
months or more.
The Japanese are completing ar
rangements for the transportation
whereby facilities for the supply of the
army will be assured regardless of
weather conditions.
Koreans are bringing In many stor
ies of Cossack outrages In north-1
eastern Korea. According to these re-
ports the natives have been forced to
furnish supplies to the marauders,
who have In return burned the houses
of the villagers and Ill-treated thalr
women.
In justice to the Russians It must be
said thut the Chinese hereabouts have
been liberally paid for work and sup
plies during the Russian occupancy.
A few buildings were burned along the
line of their retreat, but the towns
were left mostly undamaged. Within
the Japanese lines the country Is en-
Joying Its usual prosperity except that
the merchants suffer from the stoppage
of traffic with the interior. Farmers
find a good market for their products
and coolies get unusual prices for their
labor. In most of the towns the local
magistrates continue their Jurisdiction
under Japanese supervision.
HAD BAD EYES.
New Style Restaurant
Everything First Class. The Best the Market Affords.
Open Day and Night Good Service.
ASTORIA, OREGON
CO nth St. next door to Griffin Bros.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
Is Your Roof Sick?
We have had over twelve year's ex
perience caring roofs.
Suppose yon write us for particulars about E L. AT E R I T E R OO F I N Q .
It will go on over tin, corrugated iron, shingles, or any other roofing material. It
wakes the best roof yon ever saw. It never wears out.
: The Elaterite Roofing Co. . ?7SU&
Peculiar Case in Juvenile Court of
Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, June 27. Svengall's
bulging optica would have popped clear
out of his head in a burst of rage and
amazement had he heard the tales that
were told In Magistrate Toughill's court
of the astounding hypnotic powers
lurking In the grayish eyes of 10-year-old
Larry McNabb, whose home is at
903 South Camac street.
Little Larry didn't look like a rival
of Svergall as he faced the magistrate.
When he first entered the court room
his eyes appeared to emit nothing but
the twinkle that comes hereditarily to
a bearer of such a name as McNabb,
and while he was being exploited as a1
youthful hypnotizer the tears that
coursed down his cheeks didn't appear
to justify a number of youngsters who
stood around him in shielding their
eyes from his with their hands.
But though his eyes seemed to testify
In his favor, the words of his play
mates and of his mother pictured him
in a different light.
Fearful as they were to look Into
Larry's eles, his playmates were not
at all averse to picturing him as
hypnotic terror. One and ail they ac
cused him of making passes at them
and putting them under the "Influence,
and one and all told the magistrate that
Larry was practically responsible for
causing them to do all the mischief of
which they have been guilty In the last
month or so.
They admitted, of course, that they
had consented to be subjects and that
they had made efforts to Imitate Larry
but then they argued he was the one
to start It.
Eddie Lawrence, who lives In the
same street with the McNabb family,
told most of the story. Every time one
lad saw another 'in the neighborhood,
he declared, they waved their fingers
In mystic passes to see which could get
the "control," but none, he said, could
ever put Larry to sleep. Larry, every
body admitted, was the "axch-hypno
tlaer," for he was the only boy who
could put 7-year-old Michael Holden
under.
Larry, it appeared, had mnrveloue
control over Michael. He could make
him believe that cherries were growing
on hitching posts and that the water In
a gutter was the Delaware river. Ho
strong was Jerry's influence that Mi
chael had plunged repeatedly into the
gutters calling out "Come on In fel
lows; the water's fine." This, too, he
had done when dressed In hie best
Sunday clothes.
Mrs. McNabb, who Is a widow, said
thut Larry would neither jco to school
nor work. Every day she was afraid
that he would be brought in dead "to
her as he did little beside reading books
on mesmerism or on the lives of band
Its, and in riding on cool trains She
said that he spent every cent he could
get on "hypnotising boks."
She asked Magistrate Touglll to send
the boy to the house of reform until
he was a little older . and hod sense
enough to go to work and try and sup
port himself. Larry promised to drop
hypnotism forever It the magistrate
would let him got. But his mother
was obdurate.
"He has been planning to go west,"
said Mrs. McNabb, "and dasxle the In
dians by his power. He thinks it would
be a grand thing to make the Indians
believe he had supernatural gifts, as
they might then make him chief or
something of that sort. The mother of
one of the boys was telling me that
he hud his whole career planned with
her son whom he tried to got to run
away with him."
The magistrate said he did not see
that Larry did any grevlous wrong
in hypnotizing his chums, but said he
would commit him for jumping on coal
trains.
SCALP HUMOURS
Itching, Scaly and Crusted
With Loss of Hair
Speedily Cured by Cuticura
Soap and Ointment
When Every Other Remedy and
Physicians Fail
Warm shampoos with Cuttcara Soap
and light dressings of Cutlcars, the
great skin cure, at once stop falling
hair, remove crusts, scales and dan
druff, soothe irritated, Itching surfaces,
destroy hair parasites, stimulate the
hair follicles, loosen the scalp skin,
supply the roots with energy and nour
ishment, and make the hair grow upon
a sweet, healthy scalp when all else
falls.
Millions of the world's best people
ose Cuticnra Sosp, assisted by Cuti
cura Ointment, the great skin core, for
preserving, purifying and beautifying
the skin, for cleansing the scalp of
crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stop
ping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening and soothing red, rough and
sore bsnds, for baby rashes, ltcblnga
and chaflngs, for annoying Irritations
and inflammations, or too free or offen
sive perspiration, for ulcerative weak
nesses, and many antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves to
women, as well as for all the purposes
of the toilet, bath and nursery.
Complete treatment for every' hu
mour, consisting of Cntlcura Soap, to
cleanse the skin, Cuttcnra Ointment, to
beat the skin, and Cutlcora Resolvent
Pills, to cool and cleanse the blood, may
now be had for one dotlar. A single set
Is often sufficient to care the most
torturing, dlsflgaring, itching, burning
and scaly humours, eczemas, rashes
and irritations, from infancy to age,
wben all else falls.
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MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
BEST 15. CENT MEAL
You ean always find the best 15-eent
meal In the elty at the Rising lun
reatsurant, No, 612 Commercial street
Lump Coat Large Lumps Ring up
' 8. Elmore A Co., Main 1901, and or.
dee a ton of Ladysmlth eeal. They
deliver it. Seleot lump eeal,
JAPANESE GOODS.
New stock of faney goods just arrived
at Yokohama Baiasr. Call and see
the latest novelties from Japan.
PIANO TUNER.
For good, reliable plane work see your
local tuner, Th. Fredrlokeon. 2071
Bend street. 'Phone Red 2074.
Union made heating stoves, home man
ufactured and very stove perfeet, at
Montgomery's tin and plumbing
store, 425 Bond street 'Phone 1031.
Upper Astoria fiae a plaoe where you
ean get a fine glass of beer, as good
wines and liquors as you ean find
any plaoe In the elty.
HARRY JONES.
Opposite North Paoifle Brewery.
Alderbrook Transfer Company Bag.
gage transferred and wood fur
nished. Orders reoelvsd at Ostton's
stable. Phone Msln 1671. E. L
Qeddes, Mgr.
WOOD. WOOD, WOOD.
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
tha trsnsfer man. 'Phone 2211 Black,
Barn on - Twelfth, opposite opera
house.
FOR RENT A furnlshsd house of
rooms to rent Apply James Flnlsy
son. ,
FOR RENT Three nioely furnlshetf
rooms, single er en aultei prloea
moderate. No. 1328 Franklin avenue.
WANTED-A good7a1pli;bTe"nnT.
msdistelyi wages $25 1 housework.
Mrs. D. K. Warren. Apply at As
toria National Bank. '
Flrstolass meal for 13e nice eake,
ocffse, pie, or doughnuts, Se. U. S.
restaurant, 434 Bond street
For Sale At Gaston's feed stable, en
Colfax roller feed mill) one 20 horse
powsr motor and starter box) belt
Ing, shafting and pulleys, and en
Fairbanks floor aoalosi also en
butehsr'a wall ecatea.
Standard portable and adjustable
ehower bath, finest made, prioe 115.
Only two sorewa to put In plaoe. John
A. Montgomery, tinner and plumber.
429 Bond etreet Phone 1031.
wanted several industrious persona
In eaoh state to travel for house
established 11 years and with
large eapltat, to eall upon merchant
and agsnta for suoosssful and profit
able line. Permanent engagement
, Weekly cash aalary of 124 and all
traveling expenses and hotel bill
advanoed In cash ssoh week. Ex
perienee not essential. Mention ref
erenoe and Inclose aelf.addressed
envelope. National, Caxten Bldg
Chloago,
For niee furnishod"7ol!ms antTaiso two
housekeeping rooms., Inquire Mrs.
Lsnhart 211 Bond St .
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THE FAIR ROUTE.
via Chicago or New Orleans to St.
Louis, Is one thai gives you the most
for your money, and the fact that the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL offers unsurpas
aed service via these points to the
WORLD'S FAIR, and in this connec
tlon to all points beyond, make It to
your advantage, In case you contem
plate a trip to any point east, to wrlli
us before making final arrangements
We can offer the choice of at least
a dozen different routes,
B H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent
142 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
J. C. LINDSEY, T. F. & P. Al
143 Third street, Portland, Ore.
F. B. THOMPSON, F. & P. A.
Room L Colman Bldg, Seattle, Wash
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Court of Clatsop County, Ore
gon, will receive sealed bids, until 3
o'clock p. m. on the 30th day' of June,
1904, and opened Immediately there
after, for the construction of the su-super-structure,
Interior finish, etc., and
for steam heating of the Clatsop county
Court House, to bo erected on Block
L'8, between 7 and 8 Commercial and
Dunne streets, In the City of Astoria,
Oregon, prepared by Edgar M. Lnsa
rus. architect. No. (65 Worcester block.
Portland, Oregon.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check In the sum of 5 per
cent of the amount of the bid, that
Speelsl Excursion to the World's
Fair.
The Denver & Rio Orande, In con
nection with the Missouri Paclne, will
run a series of personally conduct) d
excursions to the world's fair during
June. These excursions will run
through to St. Louis without chang
of cars, making short stops at principal
points enroute. The first of these ex
cursions will leave Portland June 7th,
and the second June 17th. The rate
from Astoria will be 337.80 to St Loui
and return. Excursionists going via
the Denver & Rio Grande have th
privilege of returning via a different
the bidder will enter into' a contract route. This Is the most pleasant way,
If his bid is accepted, and the right to1,, well as the most delightful route, t
cross the continent. The stops sr-
reject any and all bids is hereby re
served. Dated ut Astoria, Oregon, June 3.
1904.
By order of tho County Court.
J. C. CLINTON, County Clerk.
The time for submitting bids accord-
Ing to the above notice Is hereby ex
tended to 12 o'clock, noon, July 7th,
1904. J. C. CLINTON. Clerk.
Antorla, Or., June 17, 1904.
ranged give an opportunity to visit
the various points of Interest In and
about Salt Lake City, Denver and
Kansas City. If you wish to accom
pany one of these excursions write at
once to W. C. McOride, 124 Third
street, Portland, for sleeping car res
ervations. - ; I
Always Open. Day or Night .
RUSSIAN, TTft A HVlFTTlC
s.t. .BATHS'
THE PALACE BATHS
If it Is worth while to do business
st all it ia worth while to do a lot of
tand this msans, always, a propor
tionate amount of newspaper apaoo.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX. Pnw.and gupl
K.I..BIBH01 Secretary r
A.IFOX, Vice President,
AHTORIA BAVINiiH BANK, Tress
Designers and Manufacturers of a?
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CANNING MACHINERY, MARINE ENGINES AND BOILERS.
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFITS FURNISHED.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Foot of Fourth Street, . . ASTORIA, OREGON.
433 Commercial Street Phone Main 121
Sherman Transfer Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Transferred Trucks and
Furniture Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
THE LOUVRE
A First Class Concert Hall . - - Finest Besort In The City
ADMISSION FREE
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