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, HELP WANTED.
WANTED WOMEN OR JAPANESE
cook. Apply Holdcn House, Nlnta
and Duan. S-18-Tt
.WANTED SALESM EN. MANY MARK
1100 to $1M pr montt. 8om vn
tor. Stock cleans, (rows oa Reser
vation, far from old orchard. Caaa
advanced weekly. Chok of territory.
Addre Washington Nursery Company,
g:oFFBiah. Washington." M-tf
LASTED EXERGKTIO MAX TO
travel ; must be hustler; expense ad
vanced aad moderate salary to Mart;
VrfgH future to right man. MeBrady
CX, Chicago. , yi-Mlt
MALB HELP WANTED MEN AND
women to learn watchmaking, en
Kratrlnf, Jeweler work, optica; easy
terma; position guaranteed; money
goad learning. Watchmakinf-Engrav-bkg
School, 1426 Fourth avenue, Seat
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
r HAVE TWO HOUSES AND SIX
lota In Warrenton centrally located.
O. F. Morton, the real estate dealer,
! Commercial street, op p. Astorlan
WASTED UPHOLSTERING AND
all kinds of repair work; mattresses
made over and returned the same day.
Leave order at Parker House. S-26-0L
LOST AND FOUND.
EOST-AN IRISH WATER SPANIEL;
-bitch; color, pearl brown; answer to
ha name of Jessie., Return to Hose
No. 1 and. receive reward. 5-22-tf.
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
fXTRNrrURB OF A S-ROOM HOUSE
for sale; this Is a good chance If yon
are looking for furniture. Address
It. W. P, Astorlan.
2BOAT AND NET (9J MESH) FOR
sale at Booth Cannery. Apply 357
Bond street Joe Therdich. ... 5-26 3t.
A' FINE LOT OF LACE CURTAIN8
-at Henntngsen' Furniture Store,
144 Bond. too.
Notice i hereby given to all person
awing any money to the old firm of
Foard k Stoke Co, to pay same by the
first day of June, 1907, at the Foard t
Stokes Hardware Store. After that date
all the old accounts will be turned oyer
to our attorney, Mr. Abercrombie, for
FOARD STOKES CO.
FREDRECKSON BROS We make a
specialty of house moving, carpenter,
contractors, general jobbing; prompt at
tention t all orders. Corner Tenth aad
Duane, - .
CALL FOR WARRANT8.
CALL FOR WARRANTS NOTICE IS
Hereby given to all parties holding
Clatsop County warrants endorsed
nrlor to May 1, 1908, to present same
for Davment to County Treasurer's
office No. 433, Commercial street. In
terest ceases after this date.
WM. A. SHERMAN,
Treasurer Clatsop County, Ore., Dated
Astoria. Ore.. May 14. 1907. 5-14-10t
THE GREEK DIVER,
fcaa just received a new diving me
chine from the old country. Dive
from 25 to SO fathoms in shallow water
tays down half a day at a time. Leave
rder at 417 Bond St Market, or D.
'klul int. I
IrrlUtiun or ulceration
of mticoai membrane.
Pafnleai, and uot utrio-
Qfnt or rialflnnotll.
Sold by DnnUta, .
or rent lu plain wmppet,
li txprot, pnp:&, f:
SI .00. ,.r 1 l.lll'-ltz.7.
Urcu... .j. t (IB MUMSf
BUTTON HOLE AT TBI BACK.
Your experience with It aaa ao doubt
lead to much vexation, poaaibly pro
Unity. Broke your fingernail trying U
pry it up from the neck-band, ant
you wont have thai that experience U
you lend your ehirts to uej wa eav yot
this trouble, and danger of tearing, the
shirt Try and ,
Tenth and Doane Sts. Phone taoi
408 Bond St, Comer 9th.
Jutt received 1500 worth of Ladles'
Underwear. All the latest fancy style.
Also fine line of Wrapper at very rea.
New Soring Stock Of Chines Silk
Shirt Waist. Flneest New Pattern.
$4.50 and $o Waists for $3
$3.50 Waists for $2.75
Great Reduction In
$9 to 6 Shoe For 14.40,
JAPANESE FIXINGS, KADI OF 1AM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAHD
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAI1S,
WHATNOTS KCASES, SHELV
(23 Commercial St. Astoria.
VAUDEVILLE AT THE LOUVRE
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And Vaudeville that really
Amuses and Interests yon.
Weekly Changes of Pro
gram and Each Change an
SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK
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Magnificent Contralto Singer in all the
Current uems or ooog ana xteai
istic Sweedish Charac
High Soprano Singer
Flute Solist Mistress of all Lady Mel
LINDBECK & WIRKKALA Prop.
t i i i
V Who is known
throughout the Dnltad
Slilto oa aeoount of
S4his wonderful cures.
So poion nor drugs used. He guaran
tees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nerrousneM.
tomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaint and all chronie diseases.
SUCCESSFUL B0ME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call writ for symptom
biank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
stamp. ''.5 K '';:
THE C GEE W0 MEDICINE CO.
1621 First St., Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astorian
Fisti Pants Tailou
SOI Oomummtrwmlth BmBdlng
XXCLCSTTaXT fO TBI TBADI
. 17 Morning Astorlan, 60 cants per
month, delivered by carrier
DR. BBODA C BICES
Office hlansek Bid. Phone Black Mil
ITS Commercial 8U Astoria, Ore.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOHN C. McCUE.
Deputy District Attorney
Page Bdg. Room 37.
HOWARD M. BIOWNtLL,
Offloe with Mr, J. A. lakln, at N. 4
Commercial tt Astoria.
Pybin Building, Astoria, Oreym.
Dr. W. C IAOGAN
Oommeraal St. Shanalian Build
Flpeat Hotel in th Northwrad
531 Bond Street
Opposite Ross, Hiffgins & Co
Coffee with Pie or Cake 10c
Replar Meals 15c, up
First Class Meal I5c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or Dough
nuts lOjcents. '
U. S. RESTAURANT
434 Bond Street
Telephone 1681 Main. 899 Bond Street
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT
MANG IIINO, Prop.
The Finest 25c meal served in Astoria.
Yonr Patronage Solscieed.
Courteous Treatment to All.
GAME IN 8EA80H
ASTORIA, : OREGON.
Old Forester Whiskey
High in Quality and Price
, Best Value on the Coast
Major Paul Whiskey
Noted for its Fine Flavor
Popular Concert Hall.
Good music AH ar welcome. Cr
ner Seventh and Astor, .
THE WEEK IN
All ltm of social or porsonn) nntur will ploas he sent to Ml Alert,
111 Duan street, Phona Red Soft No.coiiinnmli'atlon will be received later
than 10 o'clock Saturday morning.' except In ca of an event occurring
Inter than that time.
llouille ki do not always affect
nit tiu'miM af social gWy, aven In As
toria. And the pt week ha exampled
this fact, a there seem to he recorded
none but the utot in formal of auctal
a (lair, ilany ar preparing to lit away
for the summer. '
One of the mot enjoyable of Outing
pirtios was given Fviitay. The Pioneer
Kuchre Club w entortained by Mr.
and Mm. A. J. M'glw,' at their llrH4s
field homo, imwt 'charmingly. '..'. The
U'mr Melville tik the paHy p tin
river In tlio afterntMtn and after a very
delightful ewnlng's tntertalnment, the
club ud gut returned at a lat
Member of the party were Mr. and
Mr. P. A. Stoke, Senator and Mr.
C. (1. Fulton, Mr. aud Mr. Q. (X Ful
ton. Mr. and Mr, tl. H. (ieorge, Dr.
and Mr, J. A. Fulton.
Ml- Nellie Sherman has returned to
Miiiowan after spending several wek
visiting In Portland and iu Astoria,
a ith her sister, Mr". Albert Dunbar. In
the former place Mia Sherman was
Next week Ml Klmor give a
bmeheort In honor of Mi Sherman,
cover to b httd for 16.
On Mttnky afternoon at the home of
the bride' mother, Mis tk'rtrude
Ikrry nd Mn Charles Oray were tjuiet
ly married. The young couple left on
the evening train accompanied ty the
bet wishes of a score of iutereted
friend", on a short bridal journey
after which they will go to Pendleton,
where the groom is engaged In bininc,
Mrs. Frances Itannells
announce the engagement of her
Mr. Lawrence William Sloper.
Mr. J. E. IUggins, who ha been vis
iting for several weeks in Portland, re
turned Friday evening with her daugh
ters, Margaret and Winifred.
The M1sea HIggins left StanforJ af
ter commencement, and on the way
homo stopped at the Cam ma Bepa So
roriety house at Eugene.
The Misses Flavel are expected home
Junior Class Entertainment.
Next Wednesday, the A. II. S. Juniors
will give a concert at Logan's hail,
which will undoubtedly draw the large
attendance it deserves. For this class
ha acquired a reputatitn as entertain
er and in this latest will outdo prev
ious efforts, the number of the program
being of the very highest order of local
talent. The program is as follow i
Instrumental trio, the Misses Maud
Ross, Mildred Smith and Wilma Young;
vocal solo, Mr. Zeigler; violin solo, Mrs.
John Allen: vocal solo, Mrs. Charles
Callendarj Indies' quartet j infttrumen
tal solo, Mi8 Anna Campbell; vocal
solo, Mrs. Finch; reading, Mm, John
Cratkej vocal solo, Mr. William Gratk.
Mr. C. R, Thompson, who h been
viniting for a few days with ber sister,
Mrs, C. R. Iligfrlns here, and her moth'
er, Mrs, D. K. Warren, in Warren, re
turned to Portland Saturday morning
accompanied by her daughter Edwinna,
and Mrs. Warren.
Thursday evening the men of the O.
A. R, and the Relief Corp, gave a bean
supppr to the ladies of the Relief Corps.
The camp fare and, unique entertain
merit was heartily enjoyed by the large
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Hermann
entertained the ladies otf the Queen
Louise Lodg in honor of her birthday,
in the usual hospitable German manner.
Mm, Washerman, of Portland, is the
guest of her niece, Mrs, Isaac Bergman.
Miss Ohulys Graham entertained the
Six-S. Club Thursday afternoon, with a
two-course yellow luncheon. The par
lors and diningroom were embowered
in yellow1 bloom.
The club which Is reading a course of
classics, itpent & delightful afternoon in
the diversion and through the clever
hospitality of Miss Gladys. :
A very interesting rumor is current,
regarding Mr, Bruce Polwarth of Cath
lumet, a rllng young lawyer, and a
young woman of Baker City, Oregon,
who, It U said, are to be married some
time in September. .
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The Ml Maud and Mildred Smith
were ho.te.w at a small pleiile given In
the wood on Thursday afternoon.
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M'.l llonul Wilde entertained even
Mr. John Smith and Mrs, Aubry Oar.
ner I'lmjH-rttiied a party of girl to the
baoobaU gnui Saturday afturnoon. The
game wa between the choir boy of the
Cra ehtmh and the boy of th Flrt
Mm. Itinan, of Portland, 1 vUUiiig
MU Anna Campbell, In Kt Atorl.
Mr. Linenwetwr vldted In Seaside,
Thursday and Friday,
Mi Nellie l)uey left for Ttcoma on
Vdndy, accompanied by her broth
er, Mr. Iter Buey, of Taeoma, for
an extended visit In Wahlngton.
Mts Buey's alxeuM will t ee-
lally felt in church circle where her
musiral talent a well as her gift for
entertaining ha mad her prnc In-
dipenable In both toviai and other
Mr. William Coffman, of Portland,
who ha been the guett of Mrs. Karl
Fiher, or the pit week,, .ret anted l
her home, Friday night,
Mr. Aubry Garner entertained at
bridge on WedneJy and Friday after
MUs Simlngton ha gone to Colorado
for visit of two month.
Five Hundred Club.
Mrs. Dan Cable entertained th Fire
Hundred Club Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Carol Young was hote for the
Thursday Club, this week.
Saturday Afternoon Dub.
Th Saturday Afternoon Club wa
entertained by Mrs. George Warren.
Mr, W. Tallent and MUt Tsllent en
tertained the Bridge Club.
D. M. C. D.
The D. M. C. D. Club wa entertained
by Mis Marie UUInger this week
Mr. Rober U still In Portland, where
Mr. Rober ha located hi butinea In
terest; but will come to A tor Is be
fore their permanent removal to that
city, to bid a final farewell to th City-by-the-Sea,
where the Robers have been
counted for long a Important and de
lightful member of large circles, and
as charming entertainer.
Mr. Lnren, of Oregon City, and
Mr. Brown, of Seattle, are guest of
Captain and Jim, W, S. Brown,
Otto Utalnger has returned home for
the summer from Stanford where he
has passed a very sueoessjful term of
study. ; (
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Mi. Hermann and dnughti are visit
Ing with Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Young.
Mrs, Hermann is making an extended
visit on the coast and will spend the
summer In Ator!a, returnng In the
winter to her home In Cincinnati.
The member of the Doroj . Society
were entertained this week at their
monthly meeting by Mrs. Martha lulling
ot her home on Thirty-second street, on
Dr. Clara Reams, who recently gradu
atcd from the Oregon Medical College,
with exceptional honors, returned here
last Sunday, to spend the summer
months with her father, Hon. Benjamin
Sends Letter of Advice And Encourage
ment To Old Friends Hers.
ADD FISHERMENS LETER
Mr. Andrew Furnseth, General Secre
tary of the Sailors' Union of the Pad
fie, one of the boat-known labor union
officials of tliis Coast, who In the eight
ies was active In, the formation otf the
Columbia River Fishermen Union,
sends the following lotter of advice and
eticoiH'tigvmetit to hi old time friend
ii ml, ni'Worker.
SAX FKAMt'l.stU Oil., May 17, IIM)7,
Mr. Kd, HoKulrg,
United FUhermrn of Die IVHIo,
IVar Comrades ,
A fiiimd of mine routing down from
AtuiU liifm'm in that k mi sr liiinv
trying to get tli t'ulumhla Ittver ttl
erinen toiither, I am sorry, though,
It It 1m true what he sav, that quit a
mimlier tit them are holdlnu haek, in h
iibiliii, from a feeling that It I no u.
I hey ttv tiieu the strike, and at tiist
lime did not sueceed, They hav tried
hut mll, ami o they ar dlwmirttged.
While t do txt bin me them, if I was
among them, I should urge with all my
migm, ni-n, gei tneitier, econi, sp
iral iti ine MHipie or isregnn to do so
ny to iititiauv aim rrtreremium wlist
the legUlatnrt hav tip to thl thus r.
fued to do, namely, prerve the sal
mon flherv of the river as a mean of
employment for the fUhermen and a
fond supply for th twople, : ''
Columbia river was like a vein of gild, .
nd Atorla like a mliilnn eltv, when 1
drat saw It In th elghtlr. Everybody
wa optlmUtle, every Iwly had money,
ami everybodv w spending It 'freely.
The eciiul time I aw It in th early
niaellr, It wa a very much d
piwMd town. Fisheries had deered
thmiiKh the Itidl-i-rlmlnnte ue of seine
ami trp, and th pernlehms nu of
the flh dtwtroylng wheel on th Upper
river, When w litt orvantHid (he Un
ion, some of u appenled to th eititn-
hlp for the prefrvatlon of the fishery,
later on t toe flUermeni neither would
take heed. The trapmen and seiner
wanted money, new. the nhrmea
wvi'ted Mioiwy, now; few eared for th
future) hence the Needy downward
trend. It I not too late to save th
talrnon flahvry. It can be don and It
ought to b done, but If It I to be dona
at all, th ll'hernien must oiytutlt.
Thev mut gt together. They mutt
lojrHiier a wnai tuey singly cannot
attempt to do. They need not expect
any aMiUtanee from th politician,
they ahould mt expect any. Oregon ha
th Initiative ami referendum, Let
a scientific, clear-cut law I drafted and '
submitted to th voter of th Stat.
Th people, at lmt many of them, will
rememtier tnal th nn irav them tneir
tart) they were fishing during th (Wh
in eon, cleared their plec of land
on either side of the rlvee durini tha
(fall and winter, and fixed their net
while the weather wa too bad to b out
of door. And as each year rolled
alomr. the fln sustained them end their
fs m I lie while th land wa cleared and
their home built, Nothing but th
ffree, of trapper and wbe men could
dtrov that ever recurring harveat
from the aalmon. It I np to th men
who are gill netting along th river to
get toifether, save the fishery, and with
it their own Independent mean of lira
lihood. I cannot believe that th fish
ermen who hav been for years on tht
river can hav lost course to uch aa
extent a to b willing that th fishery
houid l detroyej, or, If not willing,
then depalritrg of their own rowers of
preventing H. Thej should ve but
on motto. "Together w can av ths
You ought to 1e able to Impress this
Idea sufficiently upon th fishermen.
With lien w'Uhe to yourself and Mr.
Lorntsen, and with firm faith In th
Columbia River fUlwrmen, I am
- What does pay day mesa to
you? Perhaps you get just
enough to carry yon through tha
month without a dollar to spar.
Perhaps you don't get vea this
much. If suoh Is the c th IN
ENCE SCHOOLS, of Scranton.ra.,
would like to get in touch with
you. They hav raised the sal
aries of hundreds of discouraged
men and are at this very moment
helping hundreds Of others to
better themselves. Salry-rslsing
Is the specialty of the I. 0, S. If
you would like to hav your
salary raised, drop postal to
He will show you how easily
the I. C. S, can help you secure
promotion, If you sre Inter
ested, write the postal NOW.
Don't put It off, you'll forgot It.
NOW is the time.
J. A. UILBAUUII & CO.,
Undertaker)! and Einlialmera.
Experienced Lndv AsalHtunt
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UftlfH Promptly Attended Day '
or Night, (
PattonBdif. 12th and DnuneStD
Phoao Main 2111