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THE MORNING AS TOMAN. ASTOMA. OREGON.
THURSDAY, DECEMMR 22, 1M4.
' PROFESSIONAL CARDS,
FREDERICK V. MOHN, M.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlc and residence, over Peterson
Brown a. Offlc hours: to U:J0 a. m.
and 1 to :30 p. m.; evenings, I to I.
Sundays By Appointment
, DR. J. A. REGAN
Offlc over A. V. Allen's Stor.
Offlc hours, I to II and 1 to
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHTSICIAN AND SUKGEON
Acting Anbtant Surjeoa
C.S. Mario Hospital Service.
Offlo hours: 10 to It a-m. 1 to I: SO P-m,
47T Commercial Street, Ind Floor.
Dr. RHODA C. HICKS
If anstU Bide. STI Commercial 8t
PHONE BLACK 106S.
C W. BARR, D. D. S.
Ha Opened Dental Parlors In Rooms
817-818, The Dekum.
Where he will be pleated to meet
Friends and Patrons.
i Dr. VAUGHAN,
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. T. L. BALL
(14 Commercial street Astoria Or.
Dr. W. C LOGAN
578 Commercial St-, Shanahsn Building
C. J. TRENCHARD
Insurance, Commission and Shipping.
CUSTOMS HOU8E BROKER.
Agent Weils-Fargo and Northern
Pacific Express Companies.
Car. ELEVENTH and BOND BT8.
New stock of fancy goods just
arrived at Yokohama Bazaar.
Call and see the latest novelties
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant.
612 Commercial St
for 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 434 Bond St
WOOD! WOOD! WOODj
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer men. 'Phone 2211 Blaok,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
BAY VIEW HOTEL
E. G LASER, Prop.
Home Cooklnj, Comfortable Beds, Reason
able Rates and Nice Treatment
THE NEW NEHALEM HOUSE
Cor. Fourteenth and Exchange Hts.
One block back ef Foard & Stokes Store.
J. H. ANSON, Prop., - Astoria, Ore.
Board and Udi. $1.00 and up
Cleanest Beds in the City. Fine Table Board.
New Furniture Throughout
Bates made to steadr Theatrical Troupes
Comer Seventeenth ind Dusne Sts.
75 cents a day and up. Meals
20 cents. Board and lodging
$4 per week.
Phone 2175 Bed. Open Day andjXlght.
MAN HINO, Proprietor.
Fine meals served at all
hours. Oysters served in
any style. Game in season.
J9 Bead Street, Cor. th. Astoria, Ore.
HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.
Whea It la Pre ( ItandraST, It Grew
Kair preparation and dandruff cure,
as a rule, are sticky or Irritating affair
that do no earthly good. Hatr, when not
diseased, grows naturally, luxuriantly.
Pandruff ta the caus of nine-tenths ot
all hair trouble, and dandruff la caused
by a germ. The only way to cur dand
ruff is to kill the germ; and, so far. th
only hair preparation that will positively
destroy the germ is Newbro'a HerpK-lde
absolutely harmless, free from grease,
sediment, dye matter or dangerous drugs.
It allays Itohing instantly: makes hatr
glossy and soft as silk. "Peatroy the
causa, you remor the effect" Sold by
leading druggist Send 10c tn stamps for
sampl to The Herplcld Co., Detroit.
Eagle Drug Stor, 851-353 Bond St.
Owl Dreg Store, E49 Com. St., T. F.
I-aurln, Prop. "Special Agent"
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you. If ou
used Dr. King's New Life Pills,
Thousands of sufferers havs proved
their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headaches. They make pur
blood and build up your health. Only
35 cents, money back if not cured.
Sold by Co a. Rogers Druggist
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of the way place,
remot from civilisation, a family Is
often driven to desperation in cas of
accident resulting In Burns, Cuts,
Wounds Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of Sudden's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth. 35c, at Chas. Rogers'
Clean and wholesome and a home
product For sale by all leading
grocers. Warrention Clam Com
pany, Warrenton, Or.
H. B. PARKER, Proprietor
Large Sample Rooms on
Rooms 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Foot of Ninth Street ASTORIA. OREGON
Uaa Ibat an glen ep
te St. Be can wit
base woaderfel Chi
lian Si In, nou,bsda,
edlcs, whkft fee aaeatfWr mm la ! t
ma, lane throat, racamathn.
smmerh, Mnr, k!4or, eta.; has
inmnaiaia, Laarfas anfletale, QMI MM
m alav Fadenis oat ef the etty wrtte aw
bleaks aa elrcalaia, Bmsia, OUJMKlr
tatiom rasa, addmsb "
The C Gee Wo Qfoeu Eafidae Co,
m 1U Alder St,
Franteovich & Francisovich
Patrons will be furnished wit hthe
best the market affords. Only the
best goods kept in stock.
HANDKERCHIEF CARNIVAL. ffi
A largs shipment of Japanese O
i -:n- it . . 5j
q iiiiu.iig aim nanaKcrcniers just r
receivea rrom tn Orient. They g.
O contain an ins latest oriental aa- q
signs and fashions. You will
O want some for Xmas, if you ss O
9 J. W. KWQNQ CO. O
A 420 Commercial Street- ' 2
These tiny Cipsules are superior
to uaisam ot lopaioa,
Cubebs or Injections and Anrv
CURE IN 48 HOURSPOT
the same diseases with.'
lev sn f I
I Princess Flavia's J
By C W. SARGENT
CtWWAt, I, ay S. H'. Sirvrnt
"The royal house of Kurutunla de
mands your aid and protection. 1 must
speak to you at once. Be cautious?'
Malcolm Morgan rend the note a sec
ond time, then glanced curiously at His
little woman across the aisle. There
was nothing about ber to suggest the
fantastic. She Was Just a dainty little
old lady, scarcely Ave feet tall, with
whom Father Time had dealt geutly
Now she wns watching him In a flut
ter ot expectation, surely there was
something odd, but Morgan crossed
"How can I sen your he asked ai
he dropped Into the seat beside her.
She gave a tiny cry of delight "I
knew I could not be wrong," she said.
glancing appreheuslrely about the car
"I knew you were from Iturutanla. 1
am eh" she lowered her voice
"Ethel, princess of the royal house."
Morgan gave a start Here was a
little woman who claimed connection
with a royal family of fiction, yet gave
no Indication of the Insanity proved
by her words. She accepted the atari
as a tribute to her revelation.
"I do not wonder that you start," she
said complacently. "You must be fa
took nan w to DiKNaa,
miliar with Hurutunla news and know
that I am pursued. Still It Is strange
to find me here In America. 1 am go
ing to my uitH'p, the Trlnce Flarla,
who Is now In Chicago."
There was soiiietblng grotesque iu
this odd Jumble of the Hope story and
the American towns. Morgan gjuuml
apprehensively about the car. There
wa no woman to whom he could
make appeal. There were three In the
sleeper, but Murgau knew the type
only too well. One whs evidently s
traveling Kulexwomiin, since ulie fra
ternized with the olher conimeiX'lul
traveler ill the cur uinl unuli- mites of
the points they olTe)! for her Instnto-!
tion. One was evidently a soubrctte
who vied with the woman drummer
for the attention of the men. The
third was a young woman whose very
face betokened her Incapacity.
He leaned over to the little princess.
"It would be letter," he suggested,
"that no one else should know that you
are a princess. I, too, am going to Chi
cago and will wait upon your com
mands. The others In the car are not
to be trusted, believe me."
"Bless your heart," she fairly beamed
upon him-lt In not always that her
Runitanian subjects yielded this ready
acquiescence "I don't dare reveal my
self to any but a Kurutanlnn. Don't
you see" her voice grew confidential
-"that there Is Black Michael in the
smoker? It woukl never do for him to
realize that I was In this very car
when be came to America on purpose
to destroy me. He thinks that with
me out of the way It would be easy to
marry Flavla. That will never be. I
am determined that she shall marry
Hudolph. That Is why I am forced to
flee my own country."
All that long afternoon Morgan hu
mored her whim. It would never do
to let her proclaim her royalty to the
others. There was not a single son) In
the crowded Chicago sleeper who
would see the pathos of her condition.
Instead she would be made the object
of their Jeers. She was such a dainty
little old lady that he could not bear
the thought of ber being subjected to
He took her In to dinner, paying
proper deference to royalty and show
ing that be appreciated the honor of
dining with one of a race of kings.
After that he played piquet with her
nntll she became sleepy, and It was be
who gave tbe porter an extra tip to
make ber berth down first.
Early the next morning she was In
her seat, smiling and happy, when
Morgan emerged from bis berth. She
beckoned to him. "I slept soundly,"
he said blithely. "From time to time
I wakened to hear th tramp of my
knight's footsteps In the aisle, and I
knew tbat th Princes of Ruratanla
was safely guarded."
Morgan divined that th awakenings
were dne to tbe stop and that her!
knight's footsteps were those of th
porter as he conducted weary travel
era to ihplr berths, but ho smiled atul
All the morning he played her fn
rorlle phiuet with her. mid In a way it
v us a help to him, for it made lilm for
get Unit lie w'tw on his wny to seek the
girl he Uivtl. A few months before It
had heeu his duly im district attorney
lu a town near New York to olilalu the
vouvtctlou of a murderer. It was clear
that the man had committed the crime,
hut a clever lawyer hnd created a feel
ing of sympathy for the criminal, and
Irene Ostermnn hnd coldly told hi in
that she could never accept the lovt
of a man who had sent au Innoceut
fellow being to the gallows.
She had left for Omasa the follow
Ing morning and had not even given
him a elm m-e to plead his cauno, lie
was on lil way there now In the ho
that a change of scene would enuhli
him to make a more successful appeal
to her reason.
The breaking of the engngenient had
been a terrible shock to him, and bet
highness from Iturutiiiilu ut last en
abled hi in to partially forget the pain
that was gnawing at his benrt.
Shortly before 3 the train nulletl
Into the, yards at Chicago, and pre
ently they were Lu the station after n
tedious Journey between lanes of
freight and passenger cars on sldt
tracks. Just In-fore they arrived tli
princess Insisted upon having his card
and hut Chicago address. "We Kuril
tanlans are so few," she protested
"that I am unwilling to lose sight of
such a faithful subject." And unwlll
fugly he bad given her his card with
the Illsmarck hastily penciled In tin
corner. She would forget before she
had reached her home, he nrgued.
There was a young man at the train
to meet ber. and he was warm In til
thanks to Morgan. The young district
attorney hurried to the hotel that wa
to break his travel. Three hour Intel
a Ml boy knocked upon his door and
bunded lu a dainty note.
"The Trlneess Flavtii It read in
unfamiliar hand, "would to glad t
welcome to Chicago the traveler from
'Rurutnnia,' who by his courtesy Im-
done so much to help the Trlncc
Ethel,' " and there followed an addrex
of Mlcblgiiu avenue.
From curiosity Morgan determined l
follow the odd experience to the end
and as soon aa he could unpack IiIm
dress suit he called a cab and gave the
Arriving, he was promptly shown
Into the parlor, and In a moment there
entered a woman whose presence cnui
ed Morgan's heart to thrill. With a
cry of "Irener he sprang forward, and
In another moment she was folded
within his arms.
Ten minutes later, when speech whs
possible, she explained that the I'rtii
cess Ethel was her maiden aunt, whose
dementia took the form of the belief
that she was one of the omitted char
sclera In the Hone novel.
"When I heard from Cousin Jack."
she said gently, "of the man who had
been so kind, I realized that you lunl
done It to keep her misfortune fruin
the rest of the car, and a man who can
take all those pains to spare poor A tin i
Ethel cannot lie as heartless as I sun-
posed you were. I real I, e my mistake,
Morgan. Csn you forgive me?"
A kiss was Ills only answer, but an
eloquent one. So engrossed were tliey
that they failed to hear footsteps until
a thin treble was heard announcing.
"Well. I never suspected that you
were the real Hudolph, but I sin glad
that my niece came from Omaha to
Then the Princess Ethel approves?'
"yes," declared the Princess Ethel
and a whispered echo, "Yes," from the
Princess Flavla sealed tbe understand
It Stared A tear.
A story Illustrating the anxiety of
applicants for public office and the
small figure that some of them cut In
their appointments Is told regarding
the late Simon Cameron of pennsyl
While be whs a power In tbe state a
Lmsn who had been useful to him po
litically desired to obtain the postmas-
tersblp In one of the leading cities of
the Keystone State. The man was
small of stature and Insignificant look
Ing. After bis case had been pending
for ten day be became a little agltat
ed and sent a telegram to Senator
Cameron, which read In substance as
"What causes delay In my appoint
ment? Shall I com to Washington?"
In the course of an hour or so he
received tbe following characteristic
"No. Stay away from Washington
at all batards. The president ha prom
ised to appoint you, but If he sees you
be may change bl mind."
Tbe applicant wisely remained away
and In course of the next fortnight was
appointed and received bis commission
s postmaster. New York Tribune.
When the Inexperienced go traveling
thy take along a guide book, the expe
rienced a check book. New Tork Tress.
Didn't Know It AIL
"Oh," sneered the self Important
lawyer who was cross examining, "you
think you know It all, don't you?"
"Not quite," replied the witness.
"For instance, I don't know how you
manage to secure an occasional client."
Old Gentleman-Slnce your unci left
you that legacy, Mrs. Casey, you must
find your path In life much smoother.
Mrs. Casey Sbur 01 dunno, sor. 01
foind tbe mor y hov to at th more
dishes there Is to wash. Brooklyn Life.
l irst Insertion, One Cent a Word,
tine Week, Math Line, jot.
Two Weeks, Kut h Line, 45c.
One Month, Lat h Line, 75c.
Astorlan Free Want Ads.
Anyone Desiring Situation cart
of Three Line Iwo 1 imes rrej
Otltli WANTED -DINING. nOOM
work at Astorlu hotel. Inquire Mr.
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. Inquire lot Krimkllti.
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Apply at "38 Exchange. Mrs,
TI1K ORIGINAL JOHN A. MOLKR
has opened one of th famous bar
ber college t tii Clay at., San Fran-
Ihco: special Inducement this month:
positions giiutt.M, tuition earned
while learning, ' Write correct number,
Hit Clay St., Sun Francisco,
.. "lost; ""-
I.OST-.-V HKT OF FAI.SK TEETH
tit-tw.MMl th; l'ui-k.r house nod Outine
street. WU1 (ho ttud.-r iileiiM luve ut
h! Asiorhin mllce'.'
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TWO I'NFCUMMtED ltH)M To
rent over Star theater. Inqult nt
I'or Ri-itt Furnished or unfurnished
housekeeping room. 127 seventh st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
loltSE, RCGOr AND HARNESS
for sate, Address M. Astoilun,
t.Wl'IUTOR FOR SALE 400 EGGS
capacity, a Ixo three lot) capacity
brooders; tlrst-elttss condition. Ad
dress A. Astorlnn Ottlc.
Fiit ('hi. Concert Hull - - Fimt Jicsort In The City
Seventh and Astor Streets
The TROY Laundry
h the only White Labor Ijtundry in the City. Does the Hwt
of Work nt very reasonable Prices, anil is in everyway worthy
of your juitroniige. Cor. Iflth and DUANE STS. Phono 1001
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Ships, lagging Ciiinjis and Kills supplied on short notice.
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For sal At Gastona feed stabl.
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"ii 11 Suit
Hids will be received until Saturday,
December H 1804, at II o'clock a. tu.
for building ii net rack at th Oc-
cldent and Columbia canneries, Dans
and siietitlcatlon can h seen at th
offlc of the Columbia River Iackr",
Association, The right 1 reserved to
njmi nit; huh ail uiup.
('nlumbla lackers' Association.
I . .. I ! , 1 . 1
FOR RENT HOUSES.
For Rent Hlx-reorn house, corner
t?ti n nd Cedar slice In, Aliterbrook,
(wo blocks from car line, Inquire of
Mrs. K. Johnson, over Ftuher Uro.'
All persons -having Imnds of th La
Imperial and Im Vera cigar must
turn them over to th members of th
commute not later than Saturday,
December St. nt 1 o'oclnck p. m. a harp.
For further particulars see commit
tee. Hy order,
Committee CIGARMAKERH' UNION.
Hansen A McCanns, who occupy th
shop formerly used by T. 8. Simpson,
adjoining th city water offlct, ar
prepared to do all kinds of sign and
earring painting. They will mak a
specialty of work ot this class and
CHANG K H'KKKLV
CHARLES WIRKKALA. Proo.
We are thoroughly prepared for making
estimate and executing orders for
II kinds ot electrical installing and
repairing. Hupplles in stock. We
sell the Celebrated SHELBY LAMP.
Call up Phone 1101.
428 BOND STREET