SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1909. THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON. 3. r The Daily Market Report PORTLAND, March 24-Fruit dealers today reported oranget very firm on the ttrcngth of the luputy situation in the South wher.e ralnt recently have Interfered somewhat with ,the movement of the fruit. A range of $225 to $2.25 to $2.75 wai quoted today. Lemona are firm on account of new from the National capital re garding prospective changes In the duty on imported fruit It U reported that the Payne tariff provldei for an Incrcate in the duty on lemoni from the present rarte of 1 cent to I 1-4 : centi a pound. But the Payne bill If not yet a law. The apple trade continue! iteady to alow, with no material change In prices, but with receipts from the country tteadlly falling off itocka on the itreet are being reduced and the outlook is for a clean-up long before new crop it available. Eggs Slightly Leae Active, A alight dragging tendency wat evi dent in the egg trade today, heavy teceiptt from the country and an ap arent weakening in the demand SMn.ll. I!n Ik. I.... ..1... field fairly tteady around 20 centt, fclrh 21 centt quoted in tome quar- Jrert. A portion of the furplut daily ia going into ttorage. and on the strength of these operation some .J-. I - . ,.. I I ! f . . ? prices uut spring win not go much it all below the 20cent mark. The tupply of poultry hat been fcther thort all the week ,and prices i remit have been been main Mned. Country dressed meats moved resd I today at yeiterday't range of rices, and the market wat in good tiape generally. WHOLESALE PRICES. Grain, Flour.JIsy, Etc, Wheat-Track pricet: Club, $1.10; uestem. $120; turkey red, $1.12; Id Rustian, $1.08; Valley. $1.10. Flour Patentt, $565; ttrtightt. TRANSPORTATION. The "K" Line Steamer - Lurlinc Ight Boat for Portland ant Way Landings. eaves Astoria daily except Sunday at 7 p. m. Iravea Portland Dally Except Sunday at 1 a. j. hndtng AstorU Flavel Wharf Landing Portland Foot Taylor I J. J. DAY, Agent hone Main 276 ' DENTISTS. cgiio' Pott Denifsts If you need any work to be really ell done, come here and be sure bout it. We make a specialty of painlcts ex action, and supply the best of teeth, ther on plates or bridge-work. ninless extraction 50c liver fillings 50c to $1.00 old fillings $1-50 up -k. Gold Crowns $5.00 est rubber plate made.... ....$10.00 i Nervous people and those afflicted 1th heart weakness can now have ieir teeth extracted and filled or (Idgework applied without the least fin or danger. All work guaranteed ir 10 years. Chicago Painless Dentists OVER DANZIGER'S Lady attendance. Office hours 8:30 m. to 6 p. m., Sunday 10 a. m. to 12 , Evening work by appointment. r TEETii Lr Jtms $4.554.80; experts, $4.00; i Valley, $5.40; 1 14 tack graham, $5 20; wlrole wheat, $5-40; rye, $5.50. Barley-Feed, $3050; rolled, $32 33; brewing, $31.50. Oatt No. 1 white, $39;' gray, $38. Hay Track prlcei: Timothy Willamette Valley, $14(?216; Eattern Oregon, $17.50; alfalfa, $1415; clover, $13 14; cheat, $14(5)15; MllUtuffs-nran, $25.5026; mid dlings, $33; thortt, $2930; chop, $20(t28. Meats and Provisions. Hamt-1012 Ibi. 14c; 14-16 lbs., 14c; 18 20 lbt 14c. Dressed Meats-Hogs, fancy 9I8) 10c, ordinary 89c, large 7c; veal, extra 10 cents, ordinary 89c, heavy 7c; mutton, fancy 67c Bacon-Breakfast 1721e, picnics 9ic; cottage roll, 11c; regular short clears, smoked 131c. do untmoked 121c; clear backs, unsmoked 12ic, do smoked 13ic; shoulders, 11c Lard-Kettle leaf, lOt, 141c; do 5s, 141c; do 50-lb. tint, 141c; tteam rendered, lOt, 13c; do, Ss, 131c; com pound, 10s, 91c Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter F.xtrst, 34c; fancy, 3234c; store, 184f20c. Cheese-Full cream twins, 17(23171; full cream triplets, 17l7tc; Young America, 18c; cream brick, 20c; Swift block, 20c; Llmburger, 18 2i)c. Eggs Select Oregon, 20(21c. Poultry-Mixed chickens, lStfJISJc; fancy hens, 1516c; roosters, oltf, 10c tlc; broilers, 22i(&25c; dress poultry 1c per pound higher; ducks, live, 2021c; geese, live, 89c; tur keys, live, 1718c: dressed, 20222c Fruits and Vegetable. Applet-Best, $2.00250 a box; common, $1.25 175. Potatoes Buying prices, $140 1.50 per hundred; sweets, $2.2S82.S0 per hundred. Onions Buying prices, $175 per hundred. Fresh Fruits Oranges. i2(o!2.75; tangerines, $2 box; lemons, $1.50(24; grapes, Spanish Malagas, $67 per crate; pears, $1.75(i2 per box; ba nanas, $5i&6c per pound. Vegetables Turnipt, $1-50 per tack; beett, $1.50; parsnips, $150; cabbage, $3.253 50; head lettuce, 75c per donen; cucumbers, $l.7525 per dozen; celery, 0cfii$l per doien; arti chokes, $1-40 per dozen; beant, 23c per pound; peas,, 15c per pound; to matoes, Mexican, $1.00l-75; Flori- a $3.50 per crate; squash, 2c per pound; peppers, $1.75 per box; cauli- j ower, $2.50; asparagus, 8llic per pound. Oysters, Clams and Fish, Oyttert Shoalwater Bay, per gal lon $2.25; per tack $4.50; Toke Point, $1.60 per 100; Olympiat (120 lbs.), $6; Olympiat, pr gallon, $2.25. Fith Halibut, 7 centi per pound; black ban, 20 centt; ttriped bait,' 18c; herring, 51c; flounders, 6c; catfish, 9c; shrimp, 121c; perch. 6c; sturgeon, 121c; sea trout, 15c; torn cod, 8c; salmon, fresh, tteelhead, 10c; Chinook, 121c; frozen salmon, 8c. Canned Salmon Columbia river, l ib. tails, $2; 2-lb. talt. $3, fancy, Mb. flats, $2.15; Mb. flats, $1.25; fancy, Mb. ovals, $2.75: Alaska tails, pink 95c, red $1.40; nominal, 2s, tails, $2.10. Clamt Little neck,, per box, $2.50; raxor clams, $2 per box; crabs, $1 $1.50 dozen. Oils, Lead, Etc -Benzine V. M. and P. Naptha, cases, 20k; iron barrels, 131c. Linseed v Oil Raw, 5-barrel lots, 66c; 1-barrel lott, 67c; in cases, 73c; boiled, 5-barrel lott, 68c; 1-barrel lots, 69c; In caset, 75c Turpentine In cases, 62c; in bar rels, 591c gallon. Coal Oil Pearl and astral oil, cases, 181c; per gallon; water white, iron barrels, lie; eocene and extra star, cases, 211c; headlight oil, cases, 20c; iron barrels, 18c; elaine, cases, 28c. Turpentine In cases, 65c; in bar rels, 621c Gasoline Union and Red Crown, barrels, 151c; cases, 221c. Motor, bar rels, 161c; cases, 231c. 86 degrees, barrels, 30c; cases, 371c. Engine dis tillate, barrels, 9c; cases, 16c. Lead-r-Net weight, packages ton lots 71c; 500-lb. lots, 8c; less than 500 lbs., 81c; red lead and litharge, 1c higher than white. Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc Wool Eastern . Oregon .contracts, 1618c per pound; Valley, 1819c. Hops 1909 contracts, 10c; 1908 crop; 77c; 1907 crop, 3c , Mohnir-Choice, 2223c lb. Cascara Sagrada (chittim barkj 5 6c per pound. Oregon Graperoot Per 100 lbs., $3S. Hides-Dry hides, No. 1, l17e lb; dry kip, No. 1, 1516c; dry salt ed, one-third lets; dry calf, 1819c; sited steers, 99ic; salted cows, 8c; stags and bulls, 5c; kip, 10(31 lc; calf, 14 19c; green stock, le per pound less; sheepskins, shearlingt, 2530c; short wool, 5060c; medium and long wool, according to quality, 75c$l dry hortei, 50c$1.50; dry colt, 25c angora, 80c$l; goat, common, 10(3 20c, JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS. Sugar, Coffee, Etc. Sugar (tack basis) D. G., $5.90; best, $5.70; Golden C, $5 30; extra C, $5.40; powdered, $6.00; fruit or berry sugar, $590; boxes, S5c cwt sdvsnce over sack basis (less l-4c if paid for in 15 days). Coffee Mocha, 2428c; Java, fan cy, 2528c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, ordinary, 1720c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820c; Costa Rica, good, 16I8c; Arbuckle, $17.63 cwt.; Columbia cof fee, 14c lb.; Salvador, lli14ic per pound. Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $6.35; Southern Japan, $575(26; broken, 41c head; fancy, $7775. Salt-Balet of 75-2s, bale, $2-25; balet of 60 3s, bale, $2.25; bales of 40-4t, bale, $225; balet of 15 10s, bale, $225; bags, 50s, fine, ton, $15; bags, 50c; genuine Liverpool, ton, $17; bags, 50c; genuine Liverpool, ton, $17; bags, 50s, 1 ground, $13 50; 100s, ton. $13; R. S. V. P., 20 5 lb. cartrons. $2.25; R. S. V. P., 31b. cartont, $1.75; Liv erpool, lump, per ton, $20. Dried Fruits Apples, 8k per tb; penches, 10l2c; pears, 1H14c; Italian prunes, 56c; California figs, white, in sacks, 71c lb-; black, 67c; bricks. 75c$225 per box; Smyrna, I6171c lb; dates, Persian, 617c lb. Raisins Loose muscatels, 3 crown, file; 4-crown, 7c; bleached seedless Sultanss, 9i12c; unbleached seed less Sultanas, 61c; London lawers, 3- crown, whole boxes of 20 pounds, $2; 2-crown, $175. Nuts Walnuts, 141c per pound; fil berts, 16c; Brszils, 16c; pecans, 14'5 20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia raw pea nuts, 8c; Japan, 810c; chestnuts, Italian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanuts. doz en, 90c$1.00; pine nuts, 1012c; al monds. 13c pound. Simple Remedy For La Grippe. La grippe coughs are dangerous st they frequently develop into pneu monia. Foley't Honey and Tar not only ttops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs so that no ser ious results need be feared. The genuine I-oley s Honey and lar con tains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package .Refuse substitutes T. F. Laurin, Owl Drug Store. It Saved His Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg." writes J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis., "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctora could not cure, had at last laid me up. Then Bucklen't Arnica Salve cured it tound and well." In fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema Salt Rheum, Boils, Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and Piles. 25c at Chas. Rogers & Son, drugists. HORTICULTURIST DEAD. SAN FRANCISCO, March 26.- Edward Gill aged 69 years, one of the foremost horticulturists and botani cal experts of the Pacific Coast, is dead at his home in West Berkley. Gill was a native of New Jersey and wat a well known figure at eastern flower shows. His hobby was the growing of roses. Feel Headachy? It probably comes from the bile or some sick condition of the stomach or bowels. No matter which, put yourself right with BEECHMl'S PILLS Sold Evanrwlwra. la bo Ito. and zSe. I carry the best Loggers Shoes in town at the low est prices. My stock of men's and bey's shoes is unsurpassed for qua lity. Close buying and low expenses enable me to sell the best qualities at lowest prices. S. A. GlfilRE 543 Bond Street. Bring in Your Want Ads ToDay tWENTY WORDS OR LESS, ONE WEEK FIFTY CENTS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE THE MORNING ASTORIAN WANT ADVERTISEMENTS Are Read Every Morning by 10,000 People. Tba Want Columns of THE MORNING ASTORIAN are con sulted every morning by hundreds of persons in search of real estate bargains. Articles of sale, lost or found and people looking for em ployment Rates: Twenty words or loot .three times, 25 cents; six times, 50 cents; one month, $2.00. v HELP WANTED. WANTED-GOOD PAINTER. EN- quire at Banking, Savings & Loan Assn., 10th street. MIDDLE AGED OR ELDERLY lady wanted to assist in taking care of baby. Apply at JalofFt ttore. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. Apply 528 Frank lin avenue. WANTED -A FEW MEN TO board in private family; Scandinav ian preferred; good home-cooking at $18 per month. Apply at 149 Third street, between Commercial and Duane. LOST. LOST PUP ABOUT 8 WEEKS old; black with tan marks. Return to 475 Duan. LOST-GOLD RING MARKED "O. C." to "S. C." Finder return to Otto Carlson at Hauket ttore and re ceive reward. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT ONE SET HOUSE- keeping roomt. Apply 485 Com mercial. " FOR RENT NICELY FURNISH- ed front room in private family; central location. Address 'D", this office. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISH- ed rooms suitable for an office. 491 Bond street, corner of 11th and Bond. FOR RENT DESIRABLE SPACE, ground floor; suitable for real es tate commissi.on or .small store. Apply 571 Commercial Street, mi TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE OR RENT. SMITH PREMIER AND NO. 7 Remington; both in first-class con dition. See Lenora Benoit, Public Stenographer, 477 Commercial street WANTED-TO RENT. WANTED TO RENT-ABOUT 3 furnished housekeeping rooms; private house preferred or a small furnished house by man and wife; no children; best references. Address "M," this office. CARPENTERS. G. O. AND G. N. STADIN BROS carpenters, ' builders and contrac tors, Ninth and Duane street, will give prompt attention to all orders; terms reasonable; satisfaction guar anteed. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. WANTED-A GOOD RANCH IN The Nehalem Valley; state lowest figure and best terms; giving loca tion and improvements. Address "A 10," Astorian Office. RESTSURA NTS. . CAMELLIA RESTAURANT, 612 Commercial street; first class meal, IS cents; coffee and cake, 10 cents. U. S. RESTAURANT, 434 BOND street. Coffee with pie or cake, 10 cents; first-class meals, 15 cents. TOKIO RESTAURANT, 351 Bond street, opposite Ross, Higgins & Co.; coffee with pie or cake, 10 cents; first-class meals; regular meals 15 cents and up. ' VETERINARY COLLEGES. BULLETIN SAN FRANCISCO Veterinary College now ready; mailed free. Dr. C. Keane, 1818 Market street. i SWEDISH MASSAGING. THYRA KOHLANDER, ROYAL graduate in Swedish movements, physical culture and massage; office, 545 Franklin ave., second flat; hours: 9-11 a. m., 3-5 p. m., Telephone Main 4641. BATH HOUSES. BATHS TURKISH AND RUS sian, at the natatorium of George Hill, 217 Astor St.; rational prices; absolute cleanliness; private rooms; separate service for ladies; rheuma tism and skin diseases treated with perfect success 10-25-tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS-Al-LAW GU8TAF A. HEMPLE Attorney-afLaw Suite 9-10 Odd Fellowt' Building Tenth and Commercial Streets HOWARD M. FrOWNELLTaT- toraey at Law, Deputy District Attorney. 420 Commercial StreeL DENTISTS DR. F. VAUGHAN, DENTIST, Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon. DR.W. C LOGAN. DENTIST, Commercial Street, Sluaahan BIdg. OSTEOPATHS. DR. RHODA C HICKS. OSTEO path. Office: Mansell BIdg, Phone Black 2065. 573 Commercial Street. HOUSE MOVERS. FREDR1CKSON BROS.-We make a specialty of house moving, car penters, contractors, general jobbing; prompt attention to all orders. Cor ner Tenth and Duane streets. MASSAGE AND SHAMPOOING. SCALP MASSAGE OR SHAM- pooing. Will call at your residence or you can call on me at the Megler House after 3 p. m. Mary M. Su- prenant .... AUCTION AND COMMISSION. EVERY SATURDAY AT 11 A. M. we will sell to the highest bidder a large consignment of furniture; make your own prices; during the week furniture will be sold at auction prices; see Martin Olsen for up-to- date upholstering work, mattress making, etc-, will repair your bed in one day, calling for it in the morning and returning it in the afternoon; ill sew and lay carpets. Olsen & Ecklund, Commission and Auction House, 110 Fifteenth street. PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCT- ing Quartermaster, Fort Stevens, Or., March 2, 1909. Sealed propo sals, in triplicate will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m., March 31, 1909, and then publicly opened for the construction of six cisterns ca pacity, 5000 gallons each for the storage of rain water for use in pub lic buildings at Fort Stevens, Or. Plans can be seen, and specifications with full information obtained at this office. The United States re serves the right to reject any or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals should be mark ed "Proposals for cisterns" and ad dressed to the Constructing Quarter master, Fort Stevens, Or. 'ttt OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTER master, Department of the Colum bia, Vancouver Barracks, Wash., Feb. 27, 1909. Sealed proposals in tripli cate will be received at the office of the Post Quartermaster, Fort Stev ens, Or., until 2 o'clock p. m., March 29, 1909, and then publicly opened, for the supply and installation of one new "Mosher" or equal water tube boiler in Quartermaster Steamer Ma jor Guy Howard. Full information can be obtained at the Quartermas ter's Office, Fort Stevens, Oregon. The United States reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes containing pro posals should be marked "Proposals for Boiler" and addressed The Quar termaster, Fort Stevens, Or. mi Morning Astorian, 60 cents month, delivered by carrier. per LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS- NOTICE TO ESTABLISH GRADE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Common Council of the City of Astoria hat declared itt de termination and intention to estab lish the erade on Cedar street from the east fine of Fifty-fourth street to the eaet line of Fifty-seventh street, so that the grade when so establish ed will be at the following elevations above the base of grades as establish ed by Ordinance No. 71 of the City of Astoria, to-wit: At the east line of Fifty-fourth street at an elevation of 145 feet above the base of grades; at the west and also the east line of Fifty-fifth street at an elevation of 173 feet above the base of grades; at the west and also the east line of Fifty-sixth street at an elevation of 221 feet above the base of grades; at the west and also the east line of Fifty-seventh street at an elevation of 181 feet above the base of grades; that the grade be tween the points above designated shall be upon an even and gradual slope. By order of the Common Council. OLOF ANDERSON, . Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria. Dated March 18, 1909. mu NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the assessment made for con structing a sewer on Fifty-first street from the south line of Cedar street to the beach on the north line of Birch street as per assessment roll number 186, was made by an order of the Common Council of the City of Astoria, due and payable on the 31st day of March, A. D. 1909. by ordinance confirming said assess ment roll That the following are the names of the persons against whom the assessment is made and the amount owing by each to-wit: Abelson Gehardine ....$12.00 Erickson, Andrew 26-32 Kelley, Mary M 4.80 Nelson, John A. 750 Pearson, George 92.12 Schamberger, Joseph 276.36 Soderstrom,' Helmer 39.48 Soderstrom, Leonard 4.80 Sorensen, Antone 19.20 Smith, Daisy B 39.48 Simonsen, Andrew 2632 Thompson, William 26.32 By order of the Common Council. OLOF ANDERSON, Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria. Dated March 18, 1909. i.. CALL FOR WARRANTS. Notice is hereby given that there is money in the treasury to pay all i Clatsop county general fund war rants, endorsed prior to June 1, 1908. Interest will cease this date- WM. A. SHERMAN, Treasurer, Clatsop County, Of. Dated, Astoria, Or., March 20, 1909. NOTICE OF RECEIVING BIDS BY CITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That up to the hour of 2 o'clock p. m, on Saturday, the th day ot March, 1909, the Committee on Streets and Public Ways of the Common Council of the City of As toria, will receive sealed bids for im proving 18th street fom the south line ,of Exchange street to the north line of Grand avenue, as ordered ira- rproved by ordinance No. 3740, ap proved on the 4th day of March, 1909. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. A. L. FOX, L. O. BELLAND. CHAS. WILSON, Committee on Streets and Public Ways. PLUMBERS. . ran PLUMBED Beating Contracior.'.Tiniiei AND ' .. Sheet Iron Worker VLL WORK GUARANTEE! 425 Bond Street HOT OR COLD Just Right CLOSSET & DEVERS, PORTLAND, ORE. Golden West Tea MEDICAL. Unprecedented Successes of r-a at' is WMt. 4 iMVrfi TES CSIAl CEIHXSX DOCTCJ Who is fnowai oughoat tie XV-'t, United States oa account of fait wos- derful cures. No poisons or drass used. He guarantees to cure catarrk asthma, lung and throat trouble rheumatism, nervousness, ttomack. liver and kidney, female complaints, and all chronic diseases. BOCCESSm HOMTt tttkTVXTt. If you cannot call write for symp toms blank and circular, inclosing I cents in stamps. TSS C GIS WO KZDIGOT CO. 1621 First St, Corner Morriaosi PORTLAND, OREGON ' Please Tiention the Astorian. f'''s'1l'ssfsassfMffssisftMstsss LAUNDRIES. ROUGH DRY FAMILY WASHING May We Call For a Trial Package? TROY LAUNDRY Phone Main 1991. 10th and Duane Sts. MISCELLANEOUS. Plate Racks, Wall Pockets, Music Racks Clock Shelves Just in See us HildelraEi & Gor Old Bee Hive BIdg. uiroiKTAirsj. J. A. GILBAUGH & CC Undertakers ar4 Embalineic Experienced Lady Assistant When Desired. Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night. Tatton Bdg-. 12tband,DnaneSta ASTORIA, OREGON Phone Main 2111 Nature provides bat one CALIFORNIA It it the natural winter home of many thou sands of the world's best people. Under the gentle influence of its anild winter climate, every amusement and recreation abounds, bathing, boating, fith- . ing, driving; such pic nics, parties and "jolli - ficarjona.'' :G0 T0 Los Angeles, Paso Robles Hot Springs, Hotel del Monte, San ta Barbara, San Diego, Santa Monica, Venice, Long Beach, Santa Crux, or a score of similar resorts and yon will find health, con genial surroundings, hospitable associates, faultless accommoda tions and numberless attractions and con veniences. The0.R.aN.Co. CONNECTING WITH . The Southern Pacilic Co. Makes inexpensive ronnd trip excursion rates to Cal ifornia. A six months stopover ticket Portland to Los Angeles and return is $55.00 Corresponding rates are in effect to other points. We have some very distinc tive literature covering Cali fornia's winter resorts, and will take pleasure in giving you all of the information and assistance at our com mand. 1 For tickets, sleeping car reser vations, etc., call on, t' graph, or write WM. McMURRAY, Gen. Paw Agt Portland, Oregon.