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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER so, 1907.
position to work m saloon porter or
leasing in cit Apply 628 Commercial
street 11-19 St.
LOST-JAPAXESE WATCH FOB;
gWd Inlaid work. Return to Dr. A. A.
Fmth. 11-19 3t.
ONE HUNDRED-ROOM HOTEL FOR
; sate, doing a splendid busine; good
opportunity for a first-class hotel man.
i , WESTERN REALTY CO.
FREDRICK80N BROSWe mak
ipecU f houM moving, carpenters,
aoo tractors, general jobbing! prompt at
tention to all order. Corner Tenth and
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED TO BUYHOUSE AND LOT
ia Astoria. Addreea "H. L," car Ai
sotiai office, Give full particular.
PIANO FOR SALE. APPLY 233 7TH
TOR SALE ONE-QUARTER OR ONE
half interest in a summer resort
hotel -doing a fine business j over 100
and alwaya engaged 'way ahead.
WESTERN REALTY CO.
Qt SALE-ONE STEAM WOOD SAW,
good running order, $100; on team
good work horse, weighing 1400 to 1500
pounds, for fc5; three farm wagons and
karaess, will sell cheap. F. D. Dresser 4
Ca, Seaside, Or. ll-15-7t
10X SALE THE FURNITURE OF A
Isrp lodging house; rooms always
MI low rant. WsoUra Realty Co, 4TI
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
fOt SALE TWO LOTS IN ASTORIA
aad on b Warren ton; will sell cheap.
Address "J," Astoria office.
I ARM FOR SALE, $2230-180 ACRES;
six acres cleared, good nous and
lorn Wester Realty Co.
Hot BALE STORE KxsA AND LOT
tUOi, Warreoto. Price, tflgOO.
Wostsra Realty CM90 Commercial St
. . FOR RENT.
IH0SX PLEATED BOSOM SHIRTS
Th kind known by dmsy man la the
tommer, ars difficult articles to laueder
sloely. Unlee you know ut sow to
io it, the front pleats wont Iron down
smooth, and U shirt front will look
mussy. Our New Pre Ironer iron
them without rolling or strotohlng. Try
it Troy Laundry, Tenth and Duans.
Phon Main 1981.
FASHIONABLE DRESS MA KTNQ AND
78 Third Strost
Ml Bond Street.
Opposite Rom, Ulgglni & Co.
Coffee with Pis or Cako 10 Cta,
Regular Meals ij Cts. and Up,
U. S. RESTAURANT.
434 Bond Street
Coffee with Pi or Cain to Cta,
First Class Meals is Cents.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MANQ BINQ, Prop.
'Phon 1681 Main. 909 Bond St
Too Finest ssc. Meal Served to Astoria.
Oam in Season,
Your Fatronag Solicited.
Courteous Treatment to AIL
JOHN- C McCUX,
Deputy District Attorney.
Pago Building, Suit 4.
HOWARD M. BSOWNIU,
Offlea wits Mr. J. A. Kakin, at N. 40
Commercial St, Astoria.
FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET;
qniri neighborhood. Apply 235 Seventh
WANTED HOUSE AND BARN FOB
rest during the winter, or longer.
Address "L. & C," care Astorian Office,
with full particular.
SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT AND
repaired by Singer Sowing Machine
FINNISH MASSEUSE, VlrtorU Alrola
owns rheumatism, chronic, bowel and
Ivr disorders. Hot vapor bath will be
gtren if the patient's conditions demands
nek treatment. I will positively cure
the most obstnate cose of rheumatism.
V. A. ATROLA,
10-19-tf. 152 Washington St
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES; WARM
baths if necessary; thorough compe
tency is assured.
MRS. M. HEYN0,
87 W. Bond Street Astoria.
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
. DR. W. C LOGAN ,
Consmeroial St Sbanahan Budding
DR. RH0DA C HICKS
Offlo Manaett Bid. Phon Black INI
171 Commercial 8L. Astoria, Ore.
DR. KN0WLES ft CO,
Astoria Bank BUg,
J. A. OILBAUUI1 & CO.,
Undertakers and Enibalraers.
Experienced Lady Assistant
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHATNOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV
625 Commercial St. Astoria.
WINES, HOURS AND CIGARS.
Eagle Concert Hall
(320 As tor St)
Rooms for rent by the day, week, or
month. Best rates in town.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop.
Heating Contractor, Tinner
Sheet Iron Worker
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
425 Bond Street
vwnvsmv v r mrwwivwvw
Kidney and Bladder Troubles:
BELIEVED IN :
Jieieare qf count tffeitt
n .1- ilY-iftlr-"'"J
Calls Promptly Attended Day
Potton Ddg. 12th and DuneSta
Phone Main 21 11
VAUDEVILLE AT THE LOUVRE
And Vaudeville that really
Amuses and Interests you.
Weekly Changes of Pro
gram and Each Change an
SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK
LITTLE MISS FRISCO
Song and Dance Artist
The World's Wonder Don't Fail to
VIC LINDBECK, Prop.
Astoria's Newest and Best Hotel
Eleventh and Duam Street.
Rooms, Single or en Suite, Steam-
Heaed. Bah, Running Water in Every
Rate. 50c t $1.50; Special by Week.
Phone Main Mil.
MRS. J. COLLINS, Manager.
Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly
Cured by Chamberlain's Cough
"Last winter I eaught a very evre
cold which lingered for weeks," says J.
urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My
cough wss very dry and harsh. Th
local dealer recommended Chamberlain
Cough RsbvI and guaraateed tt so I
gave It a tri One small bottle M ri
cured me. I Henete Chamoerlai',
Conch Remedy U W the b I oar
ver ucl. I M rtt.v l ut J t
Frank iiart and W.!lnk rnigirist.
Fineat Hotel In the Northwest
European Plan Only.
H. C, BOWERS, Manager.
Corner Eleventh and Franklin
:: Steam Heat Bath and :!
t-t Modern Conveniences. :-i
CATER TO LOCAL TRADE
Dining Room run in Connection
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
ALTAF.f C ESManatJer
DR. C- GtE WO
Who is knowv
fthrongbont the United
'4 Sta(a nn umuat nf
-''iiinfr wonderful euros.
No poison or drug used. H guaran
tee to euro catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousoes,
stomach, liver and kidney, female con
plaints and all ehronto disease.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call writs for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 cent ia
THE C. GEE WO MEDICINE CO. t
1821 First St, Corner Morrison, '
Pleas mention the Astorian.
Columbia Drug Co.
Dr. Charles C. C Rosenberg
(Successors to Dr. Linton's Drug Co.)
Prescription Carefully Compounded.
Dr. Rosenberg will give consultations
and examination free.
185 Eleventh Street
Telephone Main 1171, Astoria, Ore.
BOATBUILDING AND REPAIRING
T, Iv. DriscoU
Boatbuilding and Repair
ing a Specialty. I
22 nd and Exchange street.
Steamer - Lurlinc
Night Boat for Portland and
Leaves Astoria dairy ateept Sunday at
Leave Portland Dairy utept Soaday
at 1 a. &
Qnkk Service Excellent Kaala
Landing Astoria Flavel Whart
Landing Portland Foot Taylor It
0. B, BLESSING, Agent
Phone Main tydi.
The oely HtNunboat maktnr a round trip DAILY
inrpt ThunkUx bstwwn rWlaod sua Astarte
and way petals.
NO WAY POINTS ON SUNDAY
Portland Laadloc, Aid at ftut Dock
Atturia Laadtog, CallMukr Dock
Leave Portland T:0 a, m. snif Astnria,l:M
p. m, Lmx A.loha t.S) p. m.t srriv Porttaad
:S0 p. m.
Leave Portland I a. m.i airlr Aitorta t p.m
Lmr AatorU S n. nu. arrtr Portliutd S p. m.
O SPICES, tf
Qmint $tm$k CteMrbjt rTkn
No Students. No Cocaine, No Gas.
We filii.l II
W will forfeit $1000 to any char
itable institution for any Dentist who
can compete with us In erown and
bridge work, or teeth without piste.
Pay no fancy fees until you hsv eon
suited us. Our continued success in
our many offices is du to th uni
form bigh-gTsd work done by yetrs
of experienced operators. The prices
qnoisd befow ars absolutely the best
opportunity to get your money's
worth which has ever been offered.
Wo use nothing but the best material,
Best Silver Fillings 50c
Platinum Fillings ti.00
Gold tt Platinum Alloy Filunga.i1.15
Gold Fillings $m to I5.00
8. S. White Layon Crown. .....
Gold Crowns, best ask extra
Brldgework, per tooth, beet work. .I5
Best Rubber Plate, S. 8. whit
teeth . ......8.oo
Aluminum-lined Plate Iio to txs
A binding guarantee given with all
work for 10 years.
Used only by us for Painless Eatrac-
tion of teeth, 50c
Read What Mrs. Jessie Level Says.
I had 12 tenth extracted by the use
of Vegetable Vapor, absolutely pain
les the most pleasing effect and
highly recommend the method. Yours
MRS. JESSIE LEVEL
And those afflicted with heart weak
ness can have their teeth extracted
and tilled without the ' least pain
whatever. , ,
Chicago Dental Parlors
Northwest Cor. Commercial and nth.
Phone Main 3001. '
The Urgent and best-equipped Den
tal establishment in the Northwest.
Seventeen offices in the United States.
LADY IN ATTENDANCE.
See that you are In the right office.
The Lady In the Park.
ICopyriiht, 1W, by Harry Hsron.)
Mr. Harold Clnncy strolling In St
3mm' park, LomUm, inwt good look
Ing lady slttlug on a bench. Conclude
Ing by bar appournuco that sho as well
as himself , was an American, he no
ticed her as he passed, thou turned and
wnlkud buck. She looked lilui In th
face and continued to do so until b
stood before her. Then n be doffed
hi hat and bowod she smilingly and
"I knew that you were na Amcrlcnu
and would com back. Will you alt
Mr. Clancy sut down after excusing
himself. TI10 uursvirtrls lu the vlctu
Ity glttgM, and a pollcemnu passing
along winkW at ultn In a solemn wau
nor, but he refused to be trturbed. In
a few niluuto he dlKovered that he
had made no uistnko. The good look
ing lady wns not only an American,
but a rosldout ot Chicago whoa at
homo. Sho was also a widow of two
year' standing. Sho had com over to
London, chaperoned by her mother and
eocortod by her lawyer, to see about
some property, ller mother had been
taken tU and was then unabl to lesve
her bed In the lodgings the lawyer bad
secured tor them. She herself bad got
out that day for the first time in
week to get a breath of fresh air. Th
story up to this point did not call for
any great amount of sympathy, but
there was mora to it Th lawyer had
suddenly and mysteriously disappear
ed. For a week nothing had been
board of him. II hadn't played any
shyster trick on them, but had proba
bly been murdered. She and her moth
er had discussed th matter In an Its
bearlnga and could come to no other
The good looking lady bad not gone
to the police, nor had sho notified the
American minister. Sho was feeling
helpless lu the matter and wishing she
had the advice of a compatriot In her
trouble. Harold Clancy was willing
and anxious to advise. He convinced
her almost at once, but It was an hour
later when she asked him to convince
her mother.' Tbo poor convalescent
was worrying her heart out and would
probably bare a rolapse unless she were
couvlaeod thst the lawyer bad been
abducted and held for ransom Instead
of being robbed and bung over the em
bunkdieut to float around In the mud
dy water ot th Thame. Could site
dare she ask Mr. Claucy to call at her
bouse and cheer and comfort bor
Mr. Clancy promptly replied that slio
could. He would go with her at once
-right away. Ills motto was, "Moth
er comforted aud cheered while you
wait" There were tear of gratitude
in the lady's eyes, but his promptness
was a little too prompt. She must for
aeverat reasons, some of which she
mentioned and some she didn't ask
him to defer his call until evening.
When this point had been settled they
rose and separated. The numo girls
glgRled again, and the policeman came
back with bis solemn wink, but the
good looking lady pretended not to see
or hear, aud Mr. Clancy scowled at
the nurse aud clinched his list at the
guardian of the peace and vowed that
ho would lick him if be ever caught
the fellow In America.
There wero four hours to wait Mr.
Clancy went to his hotel to think and
dine. The lady (without the adjective
this time) had not lisped the remotest
hint that money was needed. On the
contrary, she had carried the opposite
Idea. Mr. Clancy was an astute man,
however. He could see through a
square bole In a round grlndstoue. ne
bad often been beard to say that the
want of money caused, nine-tcntbs of
the troubles in this world.. He bad
money lu the hotel safe. Ho drew II
out and shoved it down a hind pocket
and felt himself beeled. He would ad
vise and comfort aud cheer the mother
with words, but not with words alone.
When the proper moment came be
would spring bis "wad" aud bog moth
er and daughter to accept a few hun
dreds as a lonu. As lie thought of
their tears aud sobs of gratltudo be
had-to mm his own handkerchief to
chase away the welling tears. Tbs
waiter half . expected to be ' asked if
there was any eyewater on the bill of
The hour arrived So did Mr, Clau
cy. It was n walk of only a quarter
of a mile, and ho stepped out briskly.
His ring at the bell was answered bj
a young girl who might have been
dressed nnd who might have bad her
hair combed aud bur shoes tied, but
Mr. Clnncy didu't dwell on trifles. He
was told that be was expected and to
walk upstairs and knock at the first
door to ' tho right He followed In
atructlons, nnd the door was opened,
but be had scarcely set foot Inside the
room when he received a blow from a
sand bag and knew no more for hours.
When be regained consciousness a po
liceman had him on a handbnrrow nnd
on his way to a police station. - He
hadn't any clothes on worth mentloiv
lng, nnd of course his mouey and Jew
elry had disappeared. The police called
it a "plant," and they chuckled over
its being a good "plant" too. St.
James' park was watched for tho next
month,; but the woman of good looks
came no more. For a month Mr, Olau
cy hnd a headache and couldn't do
any nstuto thinking. Then the nchej
leLjy.. "d he announced to himself 1
that he was an Miot troin over tns
pond aud wanted to forgot Itio wholi
thing 11 toon a possible.
M. QUAD, j 1
LA GLASER DISAGREES.
Will Terminate Her Contract With
NEW YOHK. Nov. lt. MJss Lulu
fllusep ami hr managers, Mesr. Klaw
A Krlanger, have agreed to dlMgres.
Aivordliig to a Uli'mi'iit Issued from
tl.s (. of that firm Miss OWs
ean lu "Lola from Merlin" will clo
In Walilngtin November 30 and at th
nine time her contract with Ktnw Jt
Krlanger will terminate. ;
It Is said tlmt the imudcal piece of
which ali is now appearing has pros
pered and that "Tlisr Is absolutely no
i.e- for the termination of hr eoa
tract, "except her dlrs" to bavs It 10.
Cured of Bright'! Diseas.
Mr. Robert 0. Burks, Xlnora, N. Y,
write 1 "Before I started to us Foley's
Kidney Cur I had to get up from II
to SO times a night, and I waa all bloat
ed up with dropoy and my ajealght was
so impaired I could scarcely se on of
my family across th room. I had m
up hop of living, when a friend recom
mended Foley' Kidney Our. On M
cent hottl worked wonder and before
I bad taken th third hottl th dropay
had gone, as U as all other symp
toms f Briffht's dl ." T. 7. Laurta.
Owl Drug Btor. " ,
FOR WEEK OF. NOVEMBER It, 1907,
Programm Subject to Chang.
Overture . , Ida Durllng
VENA ABERDEEN '
JONES AND RAVaLES
A Sketch lu Black and WlilU
Th Fashion Plat Soubrstte aod Artistic
Illustrated Song by
Singing "Cheer up Mary"
Thursday: "Th Man In th Overalls"
COMEDY RINO ACT
. Motion Picture by the Staroacop
"ALL FOR A NECKLACE"
THE LATEST COMEDY PICTURE
Pstrons of this theatr will pi
port any discourtesy to th management
ss our aim Is to present to our audimo
at all time a good, clean, moral, high-
class performance, and having mad ar
rangements for bookings In connection
with th large Eastern circuit will b
la a position to present to th Astoria
public th best talent playing th West
In advanced vaudeville.
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