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THE DAILY ASTOrtlAN. SATIK1UY MORNING, Jlt.Y 10. 197.
NEW S H 0 E S !
Ladies' Black Kid, Hand Turn, Lace Shoes;
NEEDLE TOE i
Ladies' Black Kid, Hand Turn, Lace Shoes
Ladies, Alisses', Children's Calf Skin Shoes!
BEST IN THE LAND
Columbia Shoe Company!
523 Commercial 5trect.
Prices Reasonable Full Value
Complete Stock of Serviceable
Boots and Sboes
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
. FOR -
Ladlea and Children
Cor. Ninth and Commercial SU
I wondered as I paced along.
The woods were filled so full of son p.
There seemed no room for sense of
' wrong. Tennyson.
Ask your grocer for "Papola."
Best meals 10c, at Casino restaurant.
No dyspepsia if you use "PapoU."
Ice cream by the bushel at C. B.
Raspberries, 75c per crate at Foard &
See Ross. Hlgglns & Co. for fresh fruits
See Ross. Hlgglns 4 Co.'s ofTer to sell
goods for cash.
Oregon Peaches. Sue per box at Foard
Leave your orders for wild blackberries
at Ross HUjglna & Co.'s.
Foard & Stokes keep "Papola," besides
a full line of fine groceries.
Col. John Adair spent yesterday driving
about the city with visitors.
Boys', Youth', and Little Gent'. Ox
Blood Shoes. Columbia Shoe Co.
Best cup of coffee In town at the Model
Restaurant, 463 Commercial street.
Buy your sweet cream at the Bon
bonnlere; It will not fail to whip.
Ice cream by the bushel at C. B.
Smith's. Private parlor for ladies.
Special sale of fine red currants today.
Prices very low. Ross, Hlggins & Co.
Dr. W. C. Logan, dentist, has removed
his office to the Shanahan building, up
For rootling and ekyllghts go to the
Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co., 14 Ninth
Two hundred boxes assorted fruits Just
In. Everything going cheap. Ross, Hlg
gins Sc Co.
Don't forget we handle everything in
the way of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Pacific Grocery Co.
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor, 137 Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur skins.
Coin special bran.ls of hams, bacon,
lard and canned m'-ais are the Ijet In
the narket. Ask your grocer for them.
When you are looking for groceries,
flour, wheat, feed of nil kinds, at the
lowest prices, rail on the Pacific Groo-ry
The largest and most complete stock of
vegetubles, enperlaliy selected to eur
trade, fresh every morning at Foard A'
At the Bi.ta.nla Norwegian Lutheran
church next Sunday services will be held
at 10:45 a m. and 6 p. m by Emcser
As the Ocean Wave passed the city
front yesterday morning, those oh the
docks enjoyed some delightful music,
played by a band on board the steamer.
Today the same band will accompany
the Wave from Portland and entertain
the pasaeni;i rs with some clu-lct" selec
tions. It Is expected .1 larce crowd will
urr.vc on the boat (or North U. a h
Two hiinilrtil lio fsury Astrsshan
Apples.! per lie: must he sold today:
rail early aud hate your pick, r'oard A
Library excursion to Oourlwrt ro xt
Thursday. Don't miss It. Rrlng your
racquet and bathing suit. Train Kmvo
at 9 a. m.
Pon't use a plaster for a l.in Nick,
'but take Hall" J:nlp.r Tir
j cured others: It may you.
' Rogers, druggist.
Try It Charles
The teas given by Mr. Wheeler yes-
' tcrday afternoon In behalf of the M. E.
church was largely attended an.l was nn
Fine piano for sale cheap. Will take
part payment In room and board for nan
and wife. Easy terms for balance. Ad
dress "Piano," care Astorian.
E. A. See ley, of Portland, was In As
toria, looking after the passenger and
freight interests of his company. He
spent the night at the Hotel Flaw!.
A Sartre delegation of Portland, rs ar
rived yewterikiy morninit on the boats.
en route to Clatsop Naeh resorts. Many
campers were among the passengers.
Subject of sermons at the Daptlst
church tomorrow will be as fellows: In
the mornirur. "Do Thyself No Harm"; in
the evening, "A Model Revival Meeting."
Full set of teeth, $!'); warranted. Pain
less dentistry at reasonable prices. Dr.
D. 8. Stryker, dentist (55 years' experi
ence). Commercial street, Astoria Or.
When you want a real life-like and
artistic photo, don't fall to call on Snod
prass. The work he is turning out now
Is ahead of anything ever made In As
Conerviratiotril Ch'tn-h. Preaching by :
the piistor tit II a. m and p. m. j
Thames. "Spiritual Athletics" and "Sont;s i
in the Night " All are conllally lnvlt. d I
to all our services. '
UiMt ening Mrs. Daniel t'his!rlm
died at the Hotel Tighe from bloorl poi
soning. The lsly w;ts r-move! to the
undertaking establishment, from which
place tlie funeral will occur.
The ladies of the Nor voglan M. E. J
church, I'ppf r Astoria, decide. at their j
last mteting to have their annual auction
In the Pacific Union cannery Saturday,
August 14. Further notice will be given.
The White Collar line will sell round
trip tickets from Astoria to Portland for
the Bryan convention, Sunday, the 11th,
at one fare for the round trip. Tlekeis
good returning up to Tuesday night, the
Uih Inst. I
Justice Abercrombie yesterday decided
in the case of Ira Malln vs, The Even
ing News; judgment against H. L. Hen
derson for llt4, and thit the attachment
against the property of B. F. Lewis be
The Sunday school picnic of Grace
church and Holy Innocents will be held
at New Astoria, Tuesday, July 13. Fare
for the round trip. 25 cents, fie sure and
prepare for a good time and do not for-g'-t
Pss, Higgins & Co. have taken the
agency for the famous "Corvalll""
flour. Three carloads arrived here for
them yesterday and they will from
now on furnish dealers with the same
at mill prices in lots to milt.
M. E. church. The pastor will preach
a' II a. m. :vnd at 1 p. m. Professor
Spurvin will lecture on "The Novel In
Literature." Morning class at 10:30, Ep
wortli League at p. m., Sunday school
a( !2:1" You will receive a cordial wel
come to ail our services.
Services will Is held In the Presby
terian chureh morning and evening, on
dllMisl by the I'.-v. K. W. St. Pierre,
pastor of St. John's Presbyterian ehuieh
of Portland. Sabbath school and P. C. E.
m.s-n.ng -it tre- t.su-il hours. Strin'T
ansl f'it:zen.j 'rordlally invited.
A new river service has h'-en inaugu
rated between Astoria and Rainier, Ore
gon, Including all Intermediate landings.
The fine steamer "Pilgrim," Captain A.
L. lirazee. will make round trips dally,
except Sunday, leaving Rainier at 5:30
a. m., reaching Astoria at i'i:30, landing
at the fourteenth street wharf, ard de
parting on her return at ):30. Prr-mpt
time and the best service Is guaranteed
for both passengers and freight.
Yesterday morning County Treasurer
H. L. Wart and his deputy, W. G. How
ell, who were arrested the evening pre
vious and held to the, grand Jury in the
sum of tVtrt each, were notified that
tbey would be compiled to furnish addi
tional bonds to the amount of 11000. They
were given until 6 o' clock last evening
to arrange the matter. Mr. Ward se
cured Mr. G. Wlngate as additional
the Cash Grocer.
iTHE BEST IN Till: CITY
t SHANAHAN BUILDING.
I Telephone HJt
bonlsmun, who nn.ilt'l.'.l in the srm e
! r Mr. Charles War! for ''.
'aid Mr. l.ymai Klnni-y lor S'.'.
; Later In the day Mr. How-ll s.viuv.1
' the follonms hon.!sm.-ii: Pr J iv Ttitil-. .
I Martin Johrsn. .!': . W Un?is-
N-rry, tM; Henry Thompson. 51 : Tead
j Trulliuc r, :: Mrs. Itad.dett. .&'.
jot her than one or two m w s-:its attainst
jlhe linn of How. II ,.- W.ml. th.ro are no
jmw de-t lopnit:its l:i the case.
j Northern Pacific rnilron l trains leave
j Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. f r
T.icoma. Spokane, and the East. 01 s
eotineotlon made at S okane for Uosa
land. Nelson. Pandow and I'-ritlsh Co-
I iumbia mining camps. For maps and
i Information call on or address
1 C. W. STONE,
j Astoria. Or.
j At the 1'pixr Aston.i Norwesi-m and
Danish M E. ohur.h. th-- pastor. Rev.
J. Jacobson, will prich tomorrow at It
a. m. on "The Wood of Christ That
Cl.anseth From All Sir." 11.1 d in 'he
evening he will preach on "The Rlcht
eousne of the Scritn'S and l'haristv "
Sunday school at M a. m Prayer ni. . t
li.g Thursday at p. m . and Junior
League Friday at 4 p. m.
Engine Compnny No. 1 has disbanded
and the remaining property Is for s-tle.
Six hundred dollars now In the treas
ury will be eria!ly divided anions the
active members. At thHr me-tlng Thurs.
day nicht. Wm. Pock, who h is a. tel as
treasurer for the past fourt 'en yar,
was prs.ttd with a bea'i'ifnl sllvT
water pitcher ar.d etips. The foreman.
Audly Rrainr. ami ex-Chief Jens Han-s-n
were each pns)til with trumpets
Tuesday the 13th Is the d ly for the
annual picnic of (trace churcn and Holy
Innocents Sun. lay schools. The train
leaves at h a. m. Re sure to bring your
umbrella, and goloTies, and conic pre.
lmrvsl for a good day's fun. 'lames of
almost every description and a prlr.- for
even. event. Ra.-Kill. football. Aunt Sal
ly. throe-legged race, sack ne-e. . gg and
spoon nice and lo's of fun. N w A-t .-li
Is the pi ice an.l 2.". cents the f .re f-.r
the round trip.
Yesterday the new train S'Tvi'-e to
Fiavel and Seaside was Ina igurir vl nnd
many people took advantage of 'he fre
quent trains to visit the Wc,t Side. The
motor train was well patronlz-d. and
those who rode In the newly painted
coach pronounced It Just the thing for
suburban service. Suis-rinti-ndent L ster
Is very proud of his new rolling sto. k
and says that ere the summer Is over
Astorlans will he surprised at the ex
cellcnt service his road will bo giving
to the traveling public.
Manager Frank Locke, of the Hotel
Fiavel, was In the city yesterday after
noon laying In supplies. He says the
hot 1 Is fast tilling up, nn I In another
we.-k then? will be a gol-slze.l colony
under his hnpltaMe roof. Today Par
sons' orchestra will arrive from Portland
ar.d will remain at the Fiavel for the
summer. Man.' ger Locke extends a cor
dial invitation to Astorlans to visit the
hot'-! evenings and enjoy the music.
Tonight an Informal hop will be given
to which Astoriar.s In particular are
welcome. The n w motor service Is prov
ing a great convenience to gu.sts of th"
hotel .as It enables them to go and roni"
at almost any hour of the day.
W. I!. Edwards had occasion to go to
Warn-nton at a very early hour, .1 morn
ing or two since, an.l d -irlng t arrive
at his destination long Isore the first
train was due to leave Astarla, decided
to walk across the Young's bay trestle
He arose, and started on his tramp at
Just 4 o'clock a. m., making a silent vow
that h" would break nil walking records
between this city and U'arren'on. At
the pace he struck going down the tres
tle. Tallant would not hav been In It,
and ns It kept him busy watching the
ties so that h" would not go through
and Into the w.it r, h ' did not notice
that the big ntee flraw was op -n until
From now on
TO CASH PURCHASERS
The list of articles which come under
this head is too long to publish, but a
trial order 'will show that we mean
business . . . , .
almost over the wnl of thf liri.Ui', He
came l it standstill nn.l whistled lc.im
iiv.i loud -hut i brutish I no r'-iii,BO
fiim llu draw-k. cpct' Iv'tuembcilmi
live whistles if iimt .tiMiini rs when
, approaching n hil.litc, he it.i Hum,
thlnkltiii he mliilil mt i. tin hrl.lnc mail,
hut attain na response, .VI lal he cave
11 ii and returned tc. the oliy, iviichln;
the depot In (Inn- to catch the !' a'.iel.ick
tralSi, Since then he has -no.-ns-.-.l n
sttitl.ll code ttV'll Supcnlntcii.lci.t l.
but II I not IlK.lv In' Will llii'lllt take
chime s Willi the present kcpcr In
charne f the draw.
til the coiim court j. si.Kl iy tl-.e p, tl
Hon of li i. Kultori ,t ill, for an allow
ance of b om M the pubil - r'.i,l luii.l
fcr Hie c.Misiiueilon nl a pii!-H,' way
r.Mii (tie Sca -.ii:na i aa ca:Mi.-t ii ,l !m
lVi-'s rutT. u:c not allow. -I l; w .s (.r
.1. iv.l tliat Scon ISoxorih. A. S:ietni.,n
a'i.1 IV Stuart Jr. be omptowd to xp. it
toe l-.v-k. of l'ie cottntv tr .ie.tvr, and
if. at tli.-y beallo.,l cotni'. nloa ul the
r .!. of ( per Later. Mi Smart
i't.,.1 iho court it'at !c w.i.ill not act
tor I. ss Ciaa S.'. c r .lay, ! 4l'iilM tliat an
. ls rt's eri tc, s w.re w.uili til" an.l he
thought ttic comity . ovil.l a! lea-.' aiford
10 pay him ball p:i.-e. The ...nil fall..!
10 see l'in way, n.id appointed Mr
Fiank -I'arki r la his stead
C. .V ISoItom came from N, .-! HI
.l,r.lav brltiKlt'i; .1 t.-t.vj a couple of li
i.r.s'.in 1'ls a yim: w'M . 'I and
liouse cat o. iitout itie .uu.' .u. .Vbol
:'rv months ao Mr I'.odom's .1.
ii';t'.i..l o"i a wi le it la .111 oi l o n.,ir
his i'I.i.t at J. w II Th- cat. a female.
.ift.r a sharp ttht. .-cap.-I Into tfi
w,Rv.s, leavl-u 'hind In the lot,- thi.
piitty little kitten- Mr. Itottoin "..1.
for the Itttl, fellows, tiUloi; th. ill hotn
at'd placing th. m l i chame of i he hou
c it. w hlch. I') the n , h 1.1 1 Sllt.l!
f itiilly of h. r om a Th. kltt. ,i '-.
isrown up to.'.tl'.r (.robably n.i.r kt. v
le.u they ."e ..f the o'.'.!' pi:', til, Th
w.l.l kitten he brought to the cl'v w
on . !.rltl.i at the Nall.M.al lasl ei.u
It.c and attract.-l no little attention Mr
!;.u,.tn will s. II th.- pur '( r. letuu.
KXCCItSlOX TO C.K.VKII.MtT PARK
A delightful day's outing Is King ar
ranged by the Library association foi
Thursday. July la, to this N-autlful xa.
side resort, and through Iho kindness el
Mr Horsey, the manager, excursionists
will be accorded all the prlvlleg. s
gues's. O'cllng. tennis. cni.p.!et, bath
lug, etc, will be for the pleasure of
everybody, and you will mls It if y.ui
.l.m't go. Round trip, Ji: children b.
t,t.n the ages of j and 1." years, half
fare. Train bavis Astoria at : a.
returning at ; o'clock
! PHYSICAL TRAIN I Ni I IN TIIK l'l'l!
I L1C SCHOOLS,
The recently Issued catalogue of the
Normal School at Monmouth annouii
.1 special course of two years In physl al
training for use In the public school. The
system adopted is the Hug or Sw.-dlsh
ssiem. and the work Is gl.-n by a grad
uate of the Pose Cynyiaslum of It
ton The Well cl dppsl gymnasium of th.
Normal School offers special faelllil -s fcr
tills w..rk. The catalogue glos In de
tail til., thr.-e years' academic and prof-s
sl.inal course of the teh.s.i, which Is es.
p-si illy .Its.gn.J to train for teaching
i NoTH i: T CONTRACTORS.
j S.al.. I bids for constructing drain In
,M' ("lure's Astoria. In ae, .,r.!anc,. with
; 'lie plans and sr clilcatlons therefor, on
j tile, Will 1- ree.lV.sl at tl' o!!oe ,)f til'
' Auditor nnd Police Judge until 1 o'ebvk
a. m.. Snurday. July 1". !':. Right
jress-rv'd to r. J.s t any or rill bids,
j FRANK I. pAKKF.lt.
! Chairman Commit!.-,. in Streets and Pub
July S. W'7.
Notice Is hfr.by glvm that all ipoir
trrly llcecwc are now due a.uI .aval..
to the Chief of Police at his Olllce, a, ,
If not paid wlthla t.-n days from .hit
of this notice, n DcnilltV of 2a l-r e ri I
Inddltlonal will Is? charged.
H. E. NFI.SON,
Auditor and Police Jmlge
Astoria, Oregon. July 1, KiT.
Rox pleated and tucked fronts hnv
taken the place of the loose blouse.
To prevent pale and .bli.nte children
from lapsing Into chronic Invalids later
In life, they should take Ay r's Snrsap
ar'.lla together with plenty of l holcorrc
f'ssl an.l cut-door ex.-r -Is... What they
n e.l to build up the -ysteni Is good
JIIM LEE r CO
All KlntlHoi Plrcworkw
CHIiAPEMT A1SO HIIHT
COME ANI1 MKIi UN
No. 37.1 llond (street
we will give
Ross, Higgins & Co.
IT IS WORTH . . .
Tito l lncl
An itilcii slinc program if slur
attractions is mi for the week, and
lliere is 'Ii.immiio mi the 111111 11 llnor
lain ecu cue 1 1 act
Mini a Tlila lin k.
- MACGU'I CRACIE
ELI CTMC CLARK SISTERS
Slratigcis 111 toriii will ll'nl il
it capital piai f In visit
.... i i;m:i; smvkmh ami
r.oM sti;i:i:is . . .;.
KHATIXi 4V eo.
n.ilint'O Monday Afternoon
Jul 5th, at j.jo.
ELEVENTH STS. j
Ma. on application.
: Lawn Mowers :
5 and I
J LAWN HOSE I
W. F. SCHEIBE,
and .Smokers' Arllcles.
d7d Commcrtlnl HI.
RAIllIER TO ASTORIA
Ami Id-turn in One Duv,
A. L. RRAZEK, Master.
Will leave Rainier dally, except Sunday,
at u:30 a m., touching at La Iu, May
g'rs, Stella, Oak Point, Eagle Cliff,
Knappa, (')lfton, Westport,
and other landings, arriving at Mth
treet wharf, Astoria, at 10 a. m.
Leave Astoria at 1:30 p. m., calling at
way landings on return.
Fast tlmo and satisfactory aervlc
Pirc WorkH nn
OF ALL KINDS
WING LEE, 543 Commercial St.
I'oit RKNT-Cotlf.ge, 17th street hmI Jer
ome avenue; ii per month.
TO KKNT -Furnished house to rent for
the summer. Parlor. Killing room. lied.
room and kitchen. Including piano. Ap
ply '.21 Franklin avo.
One of the most desirable rooms In th,
city for rent, with board, for a single
gentleman; also table board for one or
two gentlemen at 639 Exchange street.
A VISIT TO THE ASIOI'IA CCNCIRT HALL
.. i. : , i''.
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THE ILtCTRIC CLARKE SISTERS
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
i on tie market.
pnc jarg;e levc jot$ surrounjCj fcy many improvements.
at very low prices.
Is It not a fine Investment?
Nets, Knitted Web
& STOKES CO.
K' ill It UN T )'. Ig h t -room house on loth
sir"-.'!, near (Jrand; lii per month. Aa
torlu Land & Investment Co., i,J Com
Foil RKNT.-Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping, over IV, Coininerclnl
street: t!2 1st month. Astoria Land and
KOU ItKNT-FurnlHhed roonui, .n
ultu or "Ingle, by the day or month
Hotel Tlghe, under entire new imuiojr
morit. (lrat reduction In rate, lira
O. V. Porter, nia-oager. Cor. Kleventh
Itallroad hands wanted for ttnmcdlate
work on track, Apply at room 4. Fiavel
block. A. & C. It. It. II.
WANTRM-Iiy un i-xperleiiced woman,
hotiHei'leiining to do Address "H," Aalor
FOIt HALE A J. S. Mundy Improved
friction drum hoisting engine. Hlze of
boiler, 7x2'4 feet; cylinder, TxVZ Inches
A flrnt-cIoHH onglne, almost ail good as
now. Addnwa "A," Aatorlitn ofllc.
LOST A dark blue lady's cape, probably
on Mth street, betwi-en Commercial and
Exchange. Finder ph ase leave at ?,
lilh street, or at this olllce.
Ladles Who Value.
A roflnrd complexion muntnse Poronl'n P nr-'
dcr. It producea t r ift end beautiful iifrln. j
'.. - '."1'.
r. - o...;.;,, ,
- - -v . "v
IN A INIOLl R0XING MATCH.
C. C iiuovi;r.
A IT' 'llNLY AT LAW
I iUlel '1 lO'l Hull ling.
I'll JAY Tl'TTLi:.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'ltCKON
t '.'flee, nsiins i am! t. I'yllilnn bulldf.
f.31S Commercliil Hi, Kealdrnr. linn.
Acting ttsslslant .iirgcon l. H. Ma
rine Imspltal srrvlc.
j JOHN T. LIOIITKlt.
j ATTORN KT-AT-LAW,
I OfUcs, upstairs, Aalorlan lluddlnf
It. A. SMITH.
Itoomt 1 and 2. pythlau JJulldlu.
ovn c. II. Cooper' atora.
LL O. U. KBTKH,
M1VHIC1AN AND BL'RUKON,
Mpoclal attention to dlMuae of wouiaa
(Jfflc. over Danilger. sluro. Aslurta,
Telcphono No. 61
J. Q. A. IIOWLUY.
ATTORN KY AND COUNBKLOR
On20 " "ond itreet, Aaiorla, Or.
H. T. CROHtiy, '
r Commercial street.
Cheater V. Dolph. MM N,x.
"ol.Pil & Sl(,s.
ATTORNEYH AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon it n. n ' .
Hamilton 'nullding"' a L J '"d
etttlon buslna. promptly" a, Bnt,
.laity 'Un,,t t,,e v"-'''"t a .1
TKMI'I.V I f,r. ." -"-.
A. M ni..i.. . '. and
ti. W. LOf 'NHIIICRH y w w
K. C. IIOLDEN, Henretary ' ' M"
'To'V. "m"V KlV"" "lm".
,'" w, "owell & Ward
''" "ihl Itrm has transferred In th.
'" -in.'.l ell not,, and accounis duo
I'ay the tindei"dr,i,, fnnhwllh.
J AH. W. WELCH.
!i;o. NOI.ANI). f
CIIAfl. 1, ARD
Astoria, July j, J(,:(7
I UILDEria AND CONTRACTORS.
If you want good lumbw and lowett
prices figure with the Oobel Mills '
w- B- r-nWAUDS, agent.
A HandanrriA rn.i i
! one of the greatest charms a woman can