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THE MORNING ASTORIAN,
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1907.
HOVE IN W CASE
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
ASK FOR OUR
No. 1 covered jelly glass : 33c per doz.
No. 5 covered jelly glass 30c per doz.
No. 223 tumblers 3oc per doz.
Parafine, 1 lb package 15c
Jar rings, best '. 3 dozen for 25c
A. V. ALLEN.
PHtNCS BRANCH UNIONTOWN
MAIN 711, MAIN MM PHONE MAIN 711
Master in Chancery Appointed
by Judge Chamberlin.
"What cracker Is this same that dtafs our ears?"
JUDGE ALDRICH APPOINTED
The Fourth is Almost Here-
e) IN THE CITY CHURCHES.
Divine eervice will he held at the Ger-
H Lutheran Church at 3 o'clock. All
Rev. C. F. Boehner, pastor.
Two important subjects will be dis
fussed Sunday which will be of interest
U all That of the morniig. "The Infi
lite Forgiveness," and that of the even
ing, "Doe It Matter What We Believe I"
There rill be good music at both serv
ices. Do not mis either. We will make
you to feel at home in this church. There
will also be class meet in g at 10:15;
Sunday school at 12:13 and Epworth
League at 7:00. If you have not a
Mut 1 Do To Be Saved!" Singing will
be a special feature at each service. A
large welcome for all.
Fifth Sunday after Trinity. Morning
service will be at 11 m., evening ser
vice with sermon at 7:.'W p. m.
Holy Innocents' ChapeL
Holy communion, 0 a. m.j Sunday
school, 10 a. in.; afternoon service, 3:30
p. m. John Warren, A. R. & M. v
Services will be held at t34 Grand ave
nue. Sermon at 10 a. ui., subject:
"God. All are invited.
Morning service at 11 o'clock, subject:
"Christan Experiences. Evening service
at 8 o'clock, subject: "How To Find
The Master In Chancery Has Been Or
dered To Determine Mrs. Eddy's Com
petency and Turn In Bis Report On
Or Before September 30.
CONCORD, X. II., June 38.-Ju.lgc
Edgar Aldrich, of Littleton, was ap
pointed master iu chancery to determine
the conipentcncy of Mr. Mary Baker fl.
Kddy, by Judge Robert X. Chamberlain,
of the supreme court today. The tilaster
is named, in connection with the suits
brought by Mrs. Eddy's son, Grarge W
(; lover, of Leadville, S. D., and the other
as the "next frieuds" for an accounting.
He is directed to ascertain whether Mrs.
Kddy was capable of intelligently unm
aking her financial affairs and property
interests on March 1, 1007, and during
such time before that date as to him
mar eein reasonable The master Is
directed to file his report on or before
September 30. 1007. The motion of the
counsel foe Mrs. Kddy made on June 8
for an Investigation of the facts con
nected with the cae is denied, except
insofar as it is granted by this ap
pointment. Judge Aldrich is Judge of
the United States court for the district
of Xew Hampshire.
POLICE REDOUBLE EFFORTS.
REV. C. L. OWENS
New Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Astoria, Ore.
Dissolution of Duoma Causes Russian
Police To Act.
BERLIN, June 23.-The renewed fer
ment among the Social Revolutionist In
Russia since tho dissolution of the
Douma ha caused the Prussian police
to redouble their efforts to break up the
propaganda among the Russian students
in the higher educational institutions in
Berlin. Evidence was discovered during
the search of lodgings of Russian stu
dent here in May that implicated many
students as leaders in organising the
propaganda among the Russians in other
Cerman cities and in c6llecting money
for the Social Revolutionists iu Russia.
Seven of these leaders are now marked
What is it You Need?
If you find it hereunder mentioned 'twill be at prices to make . - .
you joyfully turn your steps this way today. American sale
prices are not every day prices.
church home elsewhere, we invite yon to
worship with us.
C C Rarick, pastor.
Rev. Chan Sing Kai will preach on
the street in front of Sid Que's store in
Chinatown at 3:00 o'clock Sunday after
noon instead of in the Methodist Church
The services will be of special interest
and importance next Sunday since it
will be the first Sunday of Rev. C. L,
Owen's work as pastor- of the church.
Mr. Owen comes from Waco, Texas,
where he has resided while engaged in
evangelistic work in that state. He will
preach both morning and evening. The
order for the day will le as follows:
10 a. m, Sunday school, S. K. Diebel.
superintendent ; 11 a. m., sermon, "The
Rising of the Day Star"; 7 111., Young
People's meeting; 8 p. m., sermon, "What 1
Fault." Sunday school at 12:20; Y. P.
.S. C. E. at 7 p. m. You are cordiallyi
invited to attend all the services of this
church. You will receive a welcome,
and we will try to do you good.
O. K. Moorvhouse, Ph. D., pastor.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock, "A Stain
less Flag." Sunday school, 12:15; Y.
P. S. C. E., 7:00; evening worship, 8:00,
"The Conscience of Felix and Drusilla."
All are invited.
William S. Gilbert, pastor.
Norwegian -Danish M. E.
The Norwegian-Danish M. E. Church,
Thirty-seventh and Dunne streets. Sun
day school at 10 a. in. teaching at 11
morning and 8 evening by the pastor.
Thursday night short sermon and pray
er meeting. The Scandinavian people
are cordially invited to attend.
Kliag Gjerding, pastor.
(From the Tillamook Herald.)
Pansy Blossom, beloved daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Ilobson, born Sep
temlier 24, 1N!K), died June lit, 19U7, after
aif illness of 'about a week. Funeral
services were held at tfte house, inter
ment in Bay View cemetery. An affec
tionate, kind and obedient child, the de
light of fond parent' hearts, the sun
shine of a happy home is gone. Xo long
er will her merry dangh re-echo through
the house, no longer will her smiling
face dispel the gloom of winter's night.
She has gone to join the Angels, singing
around the throne of Him, who once said,
"Suffer little children to come unto Me,
for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
May the love of Him Who rules the
destinies of all, be with the stricken
parents now in this sad hour of their
bereavement, and guide, them in the
blessed way, till they meet her in her
Heavenly home where there will be no
parting. "Not dead, but sleeping." ,
JOHN D, SUBPENAED.
Standard Oil Officials To Testify In the
TCTTT7 VrtttlT Tim. 90 C,il,n.i
requiring the presence ot .John I).
Eoekefeller, president of the Standard
Oil Company, William Rockefeller, H.
H. Rogers, John R. Archbold ' and a
number of other officers of the Standard
Oil Company to testify as witnes-es be
for the Federal court on July 6, were
received by U. S. Marshal Hcnckle to
day. He will be unable to serve the
Kubpenas on Rogers and,W. II. Tilford.
who are in Europe. , Jiffm 1). and Wil
liam Rockefeller, Charles M. Pratt are
out of the city. The Marshal expected
that a day or two would be required to
locate them. . A number of other sub
pen (is were served.
Summer coughs and colds yield at
once to liecs Laxative Cough Syrup, con
tains honey and tar but no opiates.
Children like it. Its laxative qualities
recommend it to mothers. Hoarseness,
coughs, croup yield quickly. Keep it on
hand. Sold bv Frank Hart's drug store.
NEWSBOY GIVEN FEED.
Bread" and BREAD
The Bread that Mother Used to Make was
never as good as that you . buy from us.
Special Attention paid to Shipping orders
PHONE MAIN 1341.
COR. 9TH & COMMERCIAL ST.
Volunteers of America Collected Eatables
CHICAGO, June 2H. -Like an army of
starved soldiers 11,000 newsboys boot
blacks and the tenements poor moved on
Washington Park yesterday and laid
siege to 17,000 boxes of lunch, 185 gal
lons of ice cream and 40,000 glasses of
lemonade. The Volunteers of America,
who, had collected the eatables, made no
attempt to defend the food and drink
they capitulate unconditionally.
How the vast assemblage of children
ever got to Washington Pack will never
he known. Some came in automobiles,
others in carriages of the rich, wagons,
grocery rigs, some walked and thirty
chartered streetcar transported many.
Men and Boys' Clothing
Take your choice of any Spring or Summer suit in the house.
The more new clothing arrives the more anxious we are to '.
close out odds and ends and all the stragglers of the present
season all must go. ;
SEE HOW WE ARE SELLING THEM t
Mens $12.60 suits fori
" 15.00 41 "
u 17.50 " "
18.00 " "
Men's $20.00 suits for $14.50
Suits for the Boys
Boys' $2.00 suits for I $1.35
2.50 " " 1.75
3.00 " 2.00
Boys $4.00 suits for $2.75
" 5.00 " " 3.50
Men's $1.25 silk front shirts for..., OOc
1.00 " " " 65c
2.00 shirts for $1.50
" 1.75 " " 1.35
Men's $1.50 shirts for 1.15
1.25 " " 95c
IK. ' frt.
I have had an iucrease in business of 30 per cent since moving to my new store
518 Bond Street
CHAS. LARSEN, Prop.
Formerly 557 Commercial St.
Man Zan Pit Remedy comet put up
in a collapsible tuba with nouM. Eaay
to apply right whert tha aoraneu tad
inflammation exists. It relieve at once
blind bleeding, Itching or protruding
piles. Guaranteed. Sold by Frank
Hart's Drug Stora. ,
The Katie Wo. 3
Number three It a wonderful mascot
for George IL Pauls, of Cedar Grort,
Me., according to letter which reads:
"After suffering much with liver and
kidney trouble, and becoming greatly
discouraged by the failure to find re
lief. I tried Electric Bitten, and at a
result I am a well man today. The first
bottle relieved and three bottles com
pleted the cure." Guaranteed best on
earth for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles, by Charles Rogers, druggist,
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Hava Always Bought
The bites and stings of Insects, tun
burn, cuts, burns and bruises relieved
Rt once with Pinesalve Carbolized. Acts
like poultice. Draws out inflamma
tion. Try it. Price 26c. Sold by Frank
Hart's Drug Store.
I FRANK J. DONNERBERG
THE RELIABLE JEWELER
' 110 Eleventh St, .
Astoria Hardware Co.,
113 12th St.
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