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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1907,
WANTED-A SMART HOY TO CARRY
paper. Apply Astorial office
WANTED HELP, fl.25 to tl-50 PER
dayj stcsdy position to right party to
last of August.' Apply to Mrs. M. E.
Hawks, dressmaker, 519 Duane street.
WANTED SALESMEN. MANY MAKE
1100 to $160 par montaA Soma a van
tor. Stock chut grown 01 Reser
vation, far from 0W orchards. Cask
advanced weekly. Choke of territory.
Addrasa Washington Nureery Company,
Toppeniah, Washington." t-M-tf
WAXTED-SOUaTORS EITHER SEX,
young or old, on guaranteed
and commission. Apply by mail with
stamp or call on F. Lederer, 75 Ninth
street, AftorU, Ore. p' 6 83 2t
THE A. A G B. R. SOUVENIR
To any buyer ia searck of aarth. la
rder to get it for pHos it's worth, eall
t 430 Commercial street, wkers I am.
All you bars to do la open your elam.
I bar oottagea by tho tea. As tbo
souvanir says come to mo, already furn
ish, ready to sleep or oat, location it
tweet; price eaat be beat
0. F. KOBTOIT,
430 Commercial St - Astoria, Ore.
. FOR SALE MI8CELLAN EOU8.
rURKITURE FOR SALE HOUSE
bold goods for sale; everything in
good order j as good a new; will ell
altogether or hi lots to suit; a good
chance for someone to begin bousekeep
bg; roll top desk and a first-class Up
right Grand pisno, as good as new.
Apply 661 Irving avenue, corner of 15th
street. 610 ft-
vrmr-PvrmfTE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that bills against the Fourth of July
Committee will not be nonorea uniess
Mimnn:l hv nrooerlv signed requisi
tions. FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE.
THE GREEK DIVER,
has Just received a new divine ma-
rfctna frntn the old country. Dives
from 15 to SO fathoms in shallow water
stays down balf a day at a time. Leave
order at 417 Bond St. Market, or D.
BUTTON HOLE AT TEE BACK.
Your experience .with it has ao doubt
lead to much vexation, possibly pro
ftnity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from the neck-band, eht
You wont have that that experience if
you send your shirts to us; we save yoo
this trouble, and danger of tearing th
shirt Try ns and see,
Tenth and Dnane Sts. Phone isoi
Sealed bids will be received by the
committee on supplies of the istoria
School Board, at the office of Jas. W.
Welch, at 654 Commercial street, As
toria, until Wednesday, June 26, 1907,
at 2 o'clock p. m., fop furnishing wood
for the Astoria public schools, as
Alderbrook School, 15 cords, 2 cut
Adair School, 50 cords- 4-foot.
Shively School, 35 cords 4-foot.
McClure School, 125 cords 4-foot.
McClure School, 10 cords 2 cut.
Olney School, 5 cords, 2 cut.
Taylor School, 5 cords 2 cut
Bids must state kind and price of
wood, to be delivered at the several
schools, and the time when delivery
will be made, and the contractor will be
required to furnish bond for delivery as
JAS. W. WELCH and
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
Committee on Supplies.
Dated June 18, 1907.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The Owl Concert Hall
Formerly the LaTosca
The Leading Amusement
House in Astoria
Good music. Everybody welcome.
Chas. Niemi, Proprietor
2(3 Astoria street
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St.
Th leading amusement house.
Agency for Edison Phonoprsptis ear
Gold Moulded Record.
P. A PETERSON, Prof
rRED RECK SON EROS. Ws make
specialty of houes moving, earpsatan,
ton tractors, general Jobbing! prompt at
tanUoa to all orders. Corner Tenth aad
NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, Astoria National
Bank of Astoria, Ore., will offer for Sale
and seli at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash In hand at time of sale
at th bank of . said Astoria National
Rnk. at Astoria. Oreiron, oa Tuesday.
July 2th1, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
of said day, 210 shares of the capital
(took of the Odd Fellows' Land & Build
ing Association, being certificate num
bered a for ten shares: certificate num
bered 139 for four shares certificate
numbered 150 for five shares; certifi
cate numbered 157 for nv shares i cer
tificate numbered 158 for twelve share;
certificate numbered' SSI for three
shares certificate numbered 3 for one
share: certificate numbered 24 for sev
enteen thares; certificate numbered 245
for 23 shares; certificate numbered 268
for twentv ahares: certificate numbered
27J for twenty shares; certificate num-
be red 275 tor forty snares; oeruncaw
numbered 298 for twenty shares; eertifl
cate numbered 299 for twenty-si share,
and certificate numbered 304 for four
shares, or sufficient thereof to satisfy
a certain promissory note bearing date
of march 25th, 1904, executed by John
Hahn for the sum of $5000.00 with in
terest thereon at the rate of seven per
cent ter annum from date until paid,
on which there hss been paid interest to
September 25th, 1904, leaving due ana
unsaid thereon the sum of $5000.00
with interest thereon st the rate of
seven per cent per annum from the 25th
day of September, 1904, until paid. Said
sale is made nursuant to a written con
tract and authority executed by said
John Hahn authorizing the undersigned
to sell shares of stock or sufficient
thereof to satisfy said note bearing date
March 25th, 1904.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 20th
day or June, 1907.
J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier.
V Who is knowa
jtf Stale tra aeeoua-t of
bis wonaenui euxee.
No poisons nor drugs used. . He guaran
tees to euro catarrh, asthma, lung and
tfcrnat tmnhta. rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaints and all chronic diseases.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call write for symptom
blsnk snd circular, inclosing 4 cents in
THE C GEE WO MEDICINE CO.
Ifi2 First St, Corner Morrison,
Plesse mention the Astorian
J. A. GILBAUGH it CO.,
Undertakers and Eninalmers.
Experienced Lady AwtlHtant
Calls Promptly Attended Day
Patton Bdg. 12th and DutmeSts
Phone Main 21 II
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
125 Commercial St., Astoria.
DK. RH0DA C. EICX1
Offloo ilanaet. Bid. Phone Blank tell
" 171 Commercial St, Astoria, Or.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOHN C. McCUE.
Deputy District Attorney
Page Bdg. Room 87.
HOWARD M. BJlOWNELL,
OfRos with Mr. J. A. lakln, at Na, 424
Commercial Si. Astoria,
Fyhlan Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
Commercial St, Shan ah an Bnild
VAUDEVILLE AT THE LOUVRE
And Vaudeville that really
Amuses and Interests you.
Weekly Changes of Pro
gram and Each Change an
SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK
CUBA I)E SCIION
The Stellar Artist
High Soprano And
Illustrated Song Singer.
MA It IE WANDKUTIl
Flute Solist Mistress of all Lady Mel
LINDBECK A WIRKKALA Props.
rinosi Hotel In the Northwest
531 Bond Street
Opposite Ross, Higgms & Co
Coffee with Pie or Cake 10c
Regular Meals 15c, up
First Class Meal 15c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or Dough
nuts 10 cents.
U. S. RESTAURANT
m Bond Street.
! Telephone 1G81 Main. 39P iiond Street,
j OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
!THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT
MANO ill NO, Prop.
! The Finest 25c meal served in Astoria.
j Yonr Patronage Solftcieed.
j Courteous Tretitment to All.
j GAMK IN SEASOK
, ASTORIA, : OREGON.
Stockholders Object to B. & Q.
CHICAGO TERMINAL PROPERTY
Assert Harrunan Secured Control
Thiough the Receiver Who Was a
HeMing Salt. Terms Undervalue
CHICAGO. Jun 45. AMornew for
tho majority stockholder of the Chi
euj!0 Trsuslt KallroaJ Company, filed In
the circuit court objection to llie p-
tit ion of the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad
for the sale of property of the terminal
company, alleging that the contract un
de which ld road wee now operated,
wa. obtained bv F. II. llarrimsn, Jam
Stilliiian, tieorge Gould snd their sso-
A miuute later attorneys for the ter-
iiiIimI comiiany filed an answer evert
ing that the Ikltimore A Ohio Kalimnd
has not deposited 1100,000 as retired
by the court as sn evident of good
faith snd tMW0,031, lor the retlemp
tion of the bonds of the terminal om-
puny, asking that the property I old
in accordance with the original order
of the court. The petition of the ter-
tuinul company Is merely perfunctory,
as the Baltimow i OMi holds the bonds.
Objection U entered in the name of
Kdwnrd A. Morgan, aid other stock
holders who y thev tepressnt tl3,0X)
shares. They ay the property i
worth W7,0O0.1HH) and the eharjfrs
uuainst the bond, etc., amount to only
$l.J4.tW. and its sale under the term
of the pi'tilion of the llitltiinore A tlii
llailroad would deprive them of a fair
value for tbir property.
It i oharjjed that the II. A O., (iitincd
the uie of over, forty percent of the
terminal properties for sn annual ren
tal of $1GO,000, whereas a fair rental
would have amounted to not lest thsn
$CK,tM)0 a year,
It is aertej furthermore, that John
.V. Fail horn, former President anij pres
ent receiver of the company under
the control of Ifarriman and his an
elation nnd that he refused to UWe
tep to annul the present lease of the
Ilultiniore A Ohio.
The complainants ak for access to
the lxxtks of the terminnl company in
order that they may make an-wer to
the petition for the H. A O. for the sale
of t rpt-hoepdjjkol'lir.jtioH ). 2) ( ,
of the property.
Judge fcohlsati will fix a date for the
hearing of nrt'iiments and in the mean
time the 11. A O., as principal creditor,
will continue to use the terminals un
Jer its present contract.
Thirty Russians Arrested For Planning
to Steal 150,000,000.
VICTORIA, II. C, June 25. Advices
received by the Kinpres of Japan state
that a plot to steal $50,0H),OOO from tlie
Russian government offices at Tschlta,
where the money wis kept for enter-pri-es
in Silria, has been discovered
ami thirty Russians nrrestttl) They
had mailn 11 tunnel 120 yards long from
a hotel to the sa.fe and when the plot
was ripe it was disclosed, almost all of
the plotters being captured.
Do Not Reelect the Children.
At this season of the year the first
unnatural looseness of a child's bowels
should have Immediate attention. Th
best thing that can be given is Chsm
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy followed by castor oil as direct'
ed with each bottle of the remedy. For
tale by Frank Hart and Leading Drug
JAP WRESTLER COMING.
VICTORIA, June 25. Advices were
received by tho Empress of dupan which
arrived yesterday, that the Japanese
champion wrestler, Tiniycmin Iehige,
known as Hitachi V'amn, who wulgli
over 350 pounds, is corning to Ainericn
in AtiRif-t by the sti-ntner Knga Mam,
accompanied by some famous wrestler
and jilt jUhu experts.
Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure it with Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure
for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza, Croup
and Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottle
and try it. Sold by Hart' Drug Store,
B. B. Laughter, Byhalla, Miss., writes 1
"I have two children who had croup. I
tried many different remedies, but I
must say your Horehound Syrup is the
best Croup and Cough medicine I ever
used." Sold by Hart's Drug Store.
GENERAL GREELEY COMING.
Will Command Th Department of th
tilUlWH), June 88. With the
oillcirtl dissolution of the divisional or-
itanUatlon of the United Stales Army,
et for July 1, Chicago will lose on won-
dey, It potltlou a division headquar
ters of the northern, division, Major
tieneval Adolphus W. Oreely, who has
been iu command of this division, with
headquarters her will rvllmiulsh that
post, and will leave at ones for Van
couver ltarracks, at Portland, ur.,
where lie will sssume control of th
IVpartiueiit of th Coluiuhls,
With him will go Ms principal aide,
Lieutenant K. 1). WarHeld, of th 30th
Infantry-, but olherwl.s there will b
no rhanire lu the Chlcauo Army head
quarter. BrlgttJIer tleneral W. H.
fatter, will retain hi present pot
commander of th Depsrtment of th
Lakes and will be th highest o(ncll
Ceneral Oreely's iioiltlon s head of
the Northern position was on of th
most important army post In th Uni
ted State ,
Nln Year Old Girl Sold to sn Old Chief
For It 400.
VANCOUVER. B. C, Jun 2S.
At an Indian l'otlaeh held In Alert
Ituy, luirticlpated In by 2,000 Indians,
yeterday, an Indian girl, nln years
old. tail for her age, and unusually
pretty, wa sold to au Indian 50 year
oh ft ho bid a higher price than a
young hrv 0 year old, fur $1 ,4H).
Indian girl of tender an Mere sold
to chief of the neighboring islam).
Two maiden of the Tliupaii,
brought good price, th wealthy In
dians bidding them iu,
SETH LOW A DIRECTOR.
Former Mayor Become Director of Tut
NEW YORK, June 23.S-th U. ed
ucator and former Mayor 'of Oicater
New York, ha len elected pretdcnt
of the board of Trustee of Hooker T.
Wellington' Tuskeegee Inttltut. Mr.
Low, who hss sereptej th position,
"Only for th time being," h sy, suc
ceed Rotiert C. Ogden, who resigned r-
ntjy because of tit-ltt It It.
Th bite and (ting of Insect, sun
burn, cut, burnt and bruls rslkrad
st one with Plnesalv Carbollssd. Act
liks a poultic. Draw out Inflamma
tion. Try It. Pric 28c Bold by Frank
Hart's Drug Store.
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY
Portland Office .
General Real Estate, Investment and Trust Business.
Property Cared for. Rentals and
F. N. CLARK, Pre. J. A. LEE,
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
, Q. A. BOWLBY, Prsidnt.
, I. PETERSON, Vice-president.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital 1'ald In 1100,000, Surplus sod Dndltriaea rronu WIMKlO.
Transacts a General Banking Bustnass, Interest Paid on Tim ueposlts
W. C. LAWS a CO.
HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS
Plans and estimates furnished on application.
I All work done
Sheet-Iron, Copper and Tin Work done in a first
class manner, as we do no other work in our shop.
Summer coughs and colds yield at
( to II Laxative Cough Syrup,
Mtntslna honev anil ta, tint no onlataa.
titimrso lias li, lis laiaurs quauii
rcomnttid It to mothers. Hoarsen,
cough, oroup ylUl quickly. ltp It ot
hand. Sold by Frank Hart's Druf
Columbia Drug Co.
Dr, Chsrie C. C Ronbrg
(Successor to Dr. Union's Drug Co.)
Prescriptions carfully eompoundsd.
Dr. Rosenberg will glvs eonsultatioas
and ssaminations fras,
ill Eivnth Street
Tlphon Main 1171. Astoria, Or
Means Standard of Merit.
Our Service and our
methods of business are of
the highest excellence as
well as all of our Footwear
Everything is of the highest
except our prices, and they
arc always the lowest
Our Specialties Are
Loggers and longhand made
boots for Fishermen.
S. A. G1MRE
Ml Bend St. opposlt Plhr 8 rot.
Vic Pre. O. L. FERIUS, 6eo. Tr
RANK, PATTON, Oahler.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Casbisr.
by First-Class Mechanics.