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.m.KMMi AMUKIA.V TlllHaHA,, NOVIiMHER 1 ii'uV.
Headquarters for hry (JooJs on the Lower Columbia
THE A- DUNBAR 0.,
Embroidering, Kci tllog or Crocheting
The tnioi (or omineticiii; fney '
work it at hand. lKm't delay. It in
the kind of vt o rmnoi hurry
through and lit.ve il Mitiwfao ry. j
ErabroiJereJ Pieces '
boar I. atHitipt-d, roloied. caiivax iht
en; very convenient device (or pio-
tevtiug picture and do) lies. !
he "I'risciUa Kmbrt'Jerv
II. -..S I
Is mii e-i-i'i,lly convenient arrange
mf.i. tvorvi.ou the Utile, .tu up
right aUtichiueiit which, ran U mov
ed any uny desired, liol,l up tlie
J. v. Illll. I)., I'rlaetpal.
Require careful wr. ami imtst lx Vnnw
of uund line I lO IIiVO . ti-f K ill n 11.; t i ii .
Ours win vr-Mr. i'i .? an- liielmni- In W A full varui, ot oo ,
son's beat handwovm and grass-i i'l'TVTi .l'- '
ui iuku run j nR, Spanish yarn, Flfttr de l.ia and I Chri.i. Trm p. p
auuak uuu uoyiie Holders i ice wool.
Of nicely finished and tinted eard-i Crochet thread in full asaortiiieiit
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
DIRFC1 VMrVFS TO wYcikS.cck Exchange
The E3ig Millinery Store
-14 -21 Chamber ol Commerce.
BISHOP SCOTI ACADEMY
THE RATE WAR.
ASTORIA, Nov. 1. 1S99. Editor Asto
rlan: Will you kindly tell me and oth-!
rs, through your paper, who la ts
" blame for the rate war, the O, R. 4 N.
or the A. A C. R? X .
A close study of the situation will
convince any one that there is no rate
war In operation. Everything mundane
must have a beginning, and since bothof
'.the two companies, which akne could
'atari such a content, deny that they
.commenced cutting rates, ft la evident
-that the war did not really begin and
cannot now be on.
i a. imtftv
A Boarding 4 ra Scboot. Unaar ariaaM
Mr.aimr.l rtnr lSTa.
Fur mtlosuta or mroimallaa tdJnaa tk
Prtmr. 'riratorj anil Aclnl Papart-
rtiKipal. J W K1U. U. IX, P. O. itra
'. ,'tll( rraparatloo. Unitary DKelplla,
Manual Tra.nlns . Uat at U aava raoalvL
addition to the company la Mlm Kate
Sprague, a charming vocalist and harp
1st, who came direct from Boston to
Join the Shields company. The entire
Join the Shields company. The entire!
profits of this entertainment gv to "K lln UIder Swinish cmHim!
the memorial fund. through their definition In the treaty of
The Largest Assortment
The Lowest Prices
TKIMMN) hA1 AT ALL I KKI'.S
ALL XKK LATI! I'ATTKKXS
ALL C.ULISIVK STYLUS
i the boundary of the group.
TOR THE FUND.
A Refined and Pleasing Entertainment
for the Benefit of the Memorial.
t Edward Shields, the well-known Illus
trator, was In the city yesterday and
'made arrangements to bring his com
pany to the Fisher opera house next
Wednesday evening and play a benefit
to the Edward C. Young memorial li
brary fund. Mr. Shields' company Is
well and favorably known In Astoria,
having nlAvvwt im iirAa thA .naVvi
. ... . . , . mentioned,
vi mi ir(iuia insi Augtun. i ne com-
Kngll?h Trxp Ship for South Africa is
Said to Have Been Wrecked.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1.-A special dte
patch to the Chicago Chronicle from
It is reported in London this (Wed
neffday) morning that one of the Brit
ish troopships sailing for the Cape last
week has been lost at sea. No details j
Tlw Vice-President Able to Read the
PATEK30N, N. J., Nov. l.J-Vlce-PrcMdent
Hobart took some nourish
ment tonight. Mrs. Hobart says he
looks better and stronger than he has
appeared in two or ;hrev we-ka.
He had the newspapers rend to him
of the reported disaster are given, and tonight and took quite an Interest in
the rumor has not been traced to ar.yj current affairs. He talked fr a time
amborrtatlve source. tonight about his private business af-
LONDON, Nov. L In connection with j ;
the rumored loss of a British troop
ship, the names of the Peninsular
The price of candy has gonn up, Just
n(j ! as the young men all over our broad
the Oriental steamer Nubia haw been1 'and ha,i b"n plan to m0M
i oy reason or ine raci mat tne ice cream
Th company. howW, ! at an entU
At prices within the
reach of all. (.'alt
and examine the new
183 Ilth Street
i.r ' 0 ': )
Kccclvcd on Hlqjnnt Asurtmcat New Street Hut-Stltfh
e-l felt Tain Crowns, In I'lic New Shnpes.
Kc handle these Goods Direct f rum our ow MBufetor.
The only store In Cortland thnt tnrr thoe Euluslve St)le
Chlhtrcns and Misses Hats ill Styles.
MAIL ORDERS I'ROMI'TLV CILLRU.
The Wonder Millinery Co.,
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Corner MorriMUi mul First St.,
pany has been augmented with several ha no knowledge of any disaster. The
new members and a number of new rumor seems to have ortgnabed in Ber
teatures since their last visit Mr. n on Monday.
Shields' illustrated talk on the Philip-
Pine is now comDlrte from Dewey's
Tlatory to the return of the Oregon THE ISLANDS ALL OURS,
volunteers to Portland, Including a
number of actual battle scenes taken at Spain Claims a Portion of the Philip-:
Posing a Srxoialtv.
1 MI&3 McREA Corner Tenth and
1 Commercial streets.
M&labon and other decisive points, ,
Miss Helen Lamar still lends
strength to the organization with her
Keuilii'S for tlie Julicious
N. W. Cnrtirr
1 Seventh ami Wanhiiiulon
' K FrereP?.
WASHINGTON, Nov. I.-The positive ' '
Illustrated recitals, and Chas. H. Whit- statement is made here by authority Jnose.
lng, the eminent baritone, has a full ,.. . . . , , j
selection of new Illustrated songs. A ,h8t Spa'D doe n rrtaln ,he P0"8-!
novel feature will be a number of anl- slon of in1 ,sla,ld 'n the Philippine
mated pictures, reproducing battle archipelago. This Is called forth by a '"
scenes in the Philippines, return of the declaration in the Spanish cortes yes-
m T:J1 . b Count d'Aimena. that t , , I The larpestt line of Lowncv's
marching up Market street, San Fran- t Ar a few of the Hea th Fouls l.v l', i i i "i .
Cisco, and several taken aboard the throush "n""" the American com- I0,il h famous ( Itocolatrs over l.roiilif
OlymDla and in New York of the ireat rnlMoners had allowed the Islands at KNAPP BROS., to Astoriil.
Dewey parade and reoepUon. A new the northern extremity of the archipel- II K A I.TII FOOD Co. Portland, Or A. B. COON'LFY l-m.,'r 'PI,,,,,- n '
jThe Spa Candy Factory!
4I-I Yuo.l.ill St., rwt!Wi, I, Ori'jtun.
SIX DI PA II I Mr NTS
Send fur rimilurn.
t . J A I' .V
prevciitH tin- i l, u of iiuny y,unK people ' o ;-iw all olher elcmeuls
neci- to ajieccd. The remedy lira in thrii own hands eulitely.
" It Is Never too luite to Learn."
We admit (tuJcnts of all age, for a full i-ourne or for a few branches only
We teach SKlling, Owtniiur, Aritlmutir. IVniuaii.lnp, Letter Wilting. Commeiw
j cial La v, llookleepiii, Olfice Work. Shmihvnt, TyK-w. .tint. Iluoliita. I'orma,
Mauiinl lifiK. Kte. tosr-Ariuitrong-i Combined Theory aud 1'iactlct of Hook-
m-j..! uihaci mm uiucn ev. luvwtKtr. It will jv. Cill. or write
Portland Business College
hith and Vnmhlll SU. A. P. Armstrong Prtii? j
Open ill thj ynr. Stutlents may enter at nnv time
ad F.ny'nli ilq.artiin'nti.
Private or class int:iu lion. Caialoue frc.
You would not think it jmsible, but it
is so. We can sell you a black clay worsted
suit, lined with the best of material we know
of we use no other for f 10. These suits
are made with round or square corners.
Ask for lot 7172.
Then we have some fancy worsted suits
also with round or square corners, for $9.75.
These are made as well as our factory knows
how to make clothes, and if you can't get
fitted in these, no ready-made clothing will
fit you. Ask for lot 6695.
Here is a particularly attractive line,
the material is elegant and the workman
ship superior in every way. They are
cheviot suits of winter weight and we ask
only 18.00. Ask for lot 903.
The foregoing is not the only line of
cheviots we carry. Ask for lot 719 and see
what they are. You will be pleased with
thorn as they are nice enough for anybody
to wear. We have marked the price on
these 10.50 just for a surprise.
We are selling twice as much young
men's clothing this year as we did a year
ago. This must mean that what we sold
last year suited a lot of young men, and
they have been telling their friends about
it. Yes, and it means that our stock this
year is just new and nobby enough to catch
Ask to See Some of These
Single-breasted sack suits, brown mixed
cheviot, strong or faint plaid as you choose.
Double-breasted sack suit, brown her
Single-breasted sack suit, fashionable
collar, double-breasted vest. Gray and red
mixed, making a broken plaid.
Single-breasted sack suit, with double
breasted vest of gray Scotch plaid cheviot.
Single-breasted sack suit, with double
breasted vest; gray cheviot with ovcrplaid of
Single-breasted sack suit, fine check
Some of these are pretty gay, some are
quiet just like young men.
Somebody's small loy is going to
mightily satisfied with himself when
mamma gets him one of those new cape
conts that have just come. We don't make
any money to speak of on these, but wo have
to do something to stop some people from
buying cotton. Now, whether he is three or
fourteen years of age, he shall have ono for
$2.3.r. Don't believe it? Well come in
and see, and ask for lot 3932.
Just another word about the boys. Do
you want your little fellow to look real swell?
If so, we have a line of boys' blue serge
double-breasted suits, ages from 7 to 14, that
are positively beautiful. These suits, in
cluding an extra pair of pants, wo are going,
to sell this week for $6.00. We won't tell
you how we can afford it for the story would
be too long for our space. Ask particularly
for lot 17483.
If the above price is too high, ask for
lot 17482. These are suits of a gray mix
ture, including an extra pair of pants, for
$3.75. They are dressy and are sure to de
light the proud little wearer. Don't fail to
Our assortment is n tuipii.-c. I'mi.
landers would come down to prion mul pur
chase these. ,
LOT 7340. Men's covert cloth over
coats $9.50. Stylish and astonishingly low
LOT 8010. Men's blue beaver ovi.
coats, $9.00. If you say you can diiplictile
these for the money anywhere else, it would
bo a statement hard to beliovo.
4QO Commercial Street,