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111. MOIIMAO AawhUK MUM. ' N 'VEMfln.it -MM
It Will I'ay You
Ta IiwiW un I ha h&ririln 1 m offer
ing lii my orookary bum. Bvnr
(lilntr It Included A trmal disoount
(rum rcular prlo. UVM-ythlnc In
plnln and dooruil ttra; th fm
uu Lullo trend, Knllli mka. It
I Py you W hhjk n ovw,
Ul Commercial Btrt
'J livy'rv I'opuliir Now
llav you wn my UMortmoiit of
bony lruhT Thy wr pur
chased dlroct from Nw Yutk, and
art vary popular. Am ooiulantly
nc tvln now good. Cum and aav
O. W. BMIT1I,
Th Leading Jawalcr.
Ill Commercial Blrtwt.
Th. IMII.Y AMTOHMN will I found
an Ml 111 I'm llnnil l lh well known
llmirry hum tj. If, llmiillvy Co., WI
WIiIiiIim nuoi-i. Oriivr fur ! r
tUIn li with iliU III ni will rwelr
iruiiiit A tlxiitlim.
Who lo; Your Ijiuiulry?
Wo claim, and w wlU prova to
very una, Uial vra hava tin brti
ami miMt up-to-date laundry on tha
Cuat. A trial ordnr will oonvltioa
the moat partloular. It you want
tirat, prompt work, try tha
CITY UTICAM LAUNDUY,
121 Franklin Avanua.
R. BCJUMITEnMAN. I'rop.
Our Special IIih'hiiIiin
W hava ainia broken Ultra of tin
war which wa will oloaa out at bar
lin prlom. W ar alao making
prclal prior on om broken line
of ciiinml frulta and rollahea, plck-j
eli. talila dollraolwl and aauona.
TDra ar a wo. i gauum, w
t had at low price.
R08H. 11IUOIN8 CO.
A ilii- in Spnnlhli
Will b itartod, to mtat veiilic at
Ui home of th member. Plan,
Two lr"ii a week, 10 omt a lea
eon, tight month' course, 1
fonauli by mall or oall at th
tchool after I; to p. m.
W. W. PAYNE. I
Prlnolpal of High School.
Kxtru l ine I'mbi-vlla
And at belter than Portland prlorei. '
It' a fai-t. They ar the ceW'orated
FollnwClngg make; handomi, j
4.ilil allb iimtiMllai rwin't make
th mlatakt of buylmr elenwhrr.
WO Cimmerclal Blreet
licit vr Mian l.vcr J
Th Pond Blreet Flah Market la
better than ver prepared to tuppty
frcth and tall nth of all kind.
Oorwla delivered to any part of the
rliy tint tlfaetlrm guaranteed. j
p.INU KTKKET riBH MAHKET. I
417 Ilond Ptret
I drlr to further call th atten
tion of th ladlr to my handtom
took of trimmed millinery. It com
print th latent ereewlon of the
millinery art. and I am offrrliiK re
duced rate for th next 10 day.
I)r. T. X. Halt
671 Commercial Street,
Over Brhluar Clothing Btor.
PORTLAND, Nov, .-Wutern Oro-
gon, probable light ruin today,
Crtwfliih, cooked In win, at th Na
Mr. Hurry Vldiillln luut nKurrwd
from a trip to Portland,
Jutlir" Frank I. Taylor tame up from
Hi'unlili' yetTiltty afternoon,
Mr. I). K. nt antiunion 'of the Port
liiml TitU grum In In tho city.
Mr, AiigUn Oor wan a puMi-nui-r on
limt night' train from Portland.
Mr. M. A. Cumin or Corvalll It vlt-
lllng Mr. J. C. Mayo In thl illy.
Drink K. 11. Cereal; Eat Nut butter
and Health Food and be happy.
Itolx-rl Currutlx-m kiu a pajMMnger
on ymtrday' train from Kfimlilv.
In the pollre court yiwh-rduy A. D-l-andir
wa flii-d $3 for dniiikiini.
Mr. (b th tkMUililo powlmaalur
caiim up on yintfiHlay afternoon' train.
Mr. Tallaiit wan anmng the(pa4un'n
gnrt on InM night' tr.iln from Portland.
Captuln Itlgnoy ho Ixi-n In Pnrtlaml
for tlx) pat few ilayt, and rotui-ned law
Profiwaor H"g' n"w (lancing cliian
for iniu-rVd aopl will nnit at Han
thorn' hull thl evi-iilng.
Mitt Iv'-I) ll'ilMKin, who lum own via
lllng In Portland for tl pajt fr day,
rvtuini'd home lant night.
B. F. Allen & Bon are aelllng Em
ImirmhI Wall Paper a low a 10 cent
per roll; Imported F.ngllah, 7H cent.
Pur whUky Harper Perfect whtaky
Harper every botlla guaranteed Har
per. Bold by Ford A Stoke Company,
Among Aeiortan itt Portland hot"'!
yeWerdny were Mr. J. T. Roe, L. B.
ltuiTotiglm, H. A. Elgner, Mr. H. Il()
and W. a. Oonlln.
! Eimlgn Mil I lieu, .n of HiUem will tnke
; rhnrge of tho Salvation Army work.
u ml will hold a "welcome meeting"
next tfeturriny evening.
I Take learner Palley Oatiert of
I White Coll-ir Una for Portland and way
point. Fare, 2S oenU; room, 7S cenU;
upper or lower berth. M cent; tectlon
I berth, 25 cent.
I Harry Johiimm. a flulierman, died
I Wedneadoy evening at 8t Mary' ho
pltal from a cancer. HI funeral will
bo held tomorrow afurnoon from Polil't
Frank Hun born who hu boen iiutw
111 with typhoid fever for tho puat,
month It Improving In health.
Judge Mclirld dwdiM yenterduy
that Attorney Alhn'a anwc In the
eu of Hiiiiilllon v, clly of Attorla w
uflderrtly definite anl certuln and
over-ruled pluntlfr nioilun.
Couiniy Jul(r Yray yterday In
rntuned the lim of England' lotte.
Thomn Mltihvll. a natlvo of Great
Prlluln, hii now all thn right and
privilege of American clllwiwlilp,
"Jut like Joll'." Thl I what a
Portland gentleman told of th dellc
lout chocolate mado at the Bpa Candy
Factory. You will oy the tame when
you try them. There ar none better.
The entertainment to be given next
Wwlneadiiy evening for the h n fll of
the memorial fund, will ! of unutual
excelU-nce. Antoiiana rcmeml-r with
pleature the prognun Sir. BliMd put
on her during the n gatta, and he
promlM for next week' an even more
Interentlng collH'thm of fuuturet.
All Attorlan who vltlt Portland and
dealre pet)dlng a pleaaant evening In
company with pollt people and In the
enjoyment of an unexoelled mujilcal
program, huld go to th Frederlck
burg. Ilenldet vocal and Inatrumental
election there are miny other at
traction to delight th vltltor. The
new management I making the Fred. r
Ickiburg a well-merited ucoet.
Don't mitt a trou, which you will al
way rgret, but hear Mr. I. E.
Pulley who will U-ctur on "Home or
Hnlinn" at Methotllnt church on Sun
day afternoon at i o'clock; alto at 7:30
at T mx ranee hall In Unlontown, and
Mondiiy evening at the name hour at
the DunUh Methmlim church In rppcr
town. Every Unly Invited. Admlaslon
Mint Blgr. Palmberg. recently arriv
ing from the Eat. delre to announce
to the ladle of Astoria that she ho
opened dressmaking parlor on Ninth
street, near Commercial, next door to
Dclllngvr's printing ofTlce. Mle Palm-'
iK-rg ha had thorough experience In
cutting and fitting ladles' garm-nt of
all kinds, particularly ullor-mado tult
and cloak of the lateert and mot fash
Jack Keating wn "Jut bj tjv- Bun
Went Down." It wa one of the nvwt
t-.miliir on km Inspired by our rio nt
war and It whlsth-rt and sung In every,
hamlet In the I'nlled Blalea Mr.
K.tlng It a pianist possessing that
happy dashing touch that pleaws a
u...ni.rl audience and Mr. Shiel.ls hus '
.ured hit service for the "memorial
fund'' entertainment to be given wxt
ti. Astoria C.a Light Company ha
Just received from the Caledonian Coal
Company. Australia, another cargo of,
tlwr celebrated Wallsend Coal. Thu
bituminous cool haa the reputation of.
being tho finest fuel coal In th world,
nnd our cok mad from th nam con
tains W tier ct.nt carbon, making It an
excellent fuel. Hoc that your drayman
deliver you non other. Prlc, 18 per
Htate IllologlHt F. U Wahburn wn
In Albany Wednesday and met there 10
barrels of young Eiuflern oystr
which he to-jk to Youliia tmy. wh'-re
they will be planted. Th shipment
weighed a ton and a half. Profsor
Washburn sayt the experiment with
Eiisf-rn oynler at Yuiulna has proved
successful, the oyster having spawned
nnd developed satisfactory growth. The
conditions at Yiiqulna having proved
favorable, this shipment Is made per
rnanently to stock the oyster beds th' re
with Eutlcrn oysters.
THE LIUHAHY Ft'ND.
The MowriK-nl IUtlve the Endorse
ment of (Jovernor (JT.
The governor of Oregon ha written
uu endorm-ment of the prpo'lon to
honor the neinory of Edward Young.
"Tho pnposel movement would be a
very fluting and beneficial testimonial to
the appreciated valor of the voung men
who to loyally and promptly responded
to the cull of duty, and I trust will meet
with the generous support not only of
the people of Astoria, but of other sec
tions of the state where the opportun
ity for contribution Is offered. I am
sure the library would be highly appre
ciate by the collefv, not only for k
Intrinsic value, but for the patriotic ob
ject which was the Lasts of Its contri
bution. T. T. CJEER."
THE HATE FIGHT.
A repr'tentotlve of one of the t-m-boat
lines declare that the tariff fight
will condnuo. until the railroad com
pany fixe th rar lcwen Astoria and
Portland at 12.50, with 14 for the round
' All the line Insist that they are prof
iting by the heavy cut, and their
pok-rnn will tell the lno,u!rT that
they are vastly pleated with the profit
able business they are doing, yet, tin
gularly enough, none speak kindly of
those they claim are r.pnslMe for the
present lucrative state of affair.
There ar no vUlble pr.pect for a
cesuUim of the war. fhore is little
by .which to determine Its object
whether It b a conVnt over th "dlf-f.Ti-rrtlal"
or a campaign for the posses
sion of the A. & (', It. One man's guess
Is about as g-xl as another.
Portland aoi Astoria 1
To provide the citizens of Astoria and vicinity with the snmo advantages as
tho people of Portland, wo will, during tho continuance of tho prevailing
rates, furnish round trip tickets from
Astoria to Portland and Return
By giving one round trip ticket with each Suit or
Overcoat, purchased of us, no matter what price the
This will enable thoso desiring to visit Portland to do so without cost
and at tho saino time to tako advantage of our enormous selection of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND
For Mons, Boys and Children. All our goods aro marked in plain figures.
CUT OUT THIS "AD." and it will bo honored for a round trip ticket and
an admission to tho exposition with each purchase of a Suit or Overcoat.
Mover Clothing Co. ij
IHOM TW'I CADETS.
As'orla College Hoy Write Concerning
Corvallls, Octob-r SI. Editor Astor
lan; I noticed In the columns of the
Weekly Astorlon a piece about the rals-
Ing of a fund to purchase a library to
the n:emory of Edwin C. Young.
Edwin Young, a former member of
the O. A. C. always had a reputation
us being a tcholar ind gwitlcman, and
made friends aiming the students ami
people of tMs city.
As a student of the O. A. C. I and
many other stud'-m highly appreciate
your plan, Un.t.vlr, i.mhlng con
be too go.id to perietuate the name of
Hoping that you will be suco-ficful, I
remain, your respectfully,
Corvallls. October 31. Editor Astor
lan. While looking through the col
umns of your paper I nothvd an article
oniicenilng the raising of a fund for
the Edwin C. Young library. I think
that this Is a great movement and that
nothing better could be done to the
memory of the late volunteer.
The noilee wna shown the president
and he wa highly pleied.
Ii was soon among the mudetits that
this movement was on hand and I
tak- the responsibility of saying that
It will r 'celve a hi-arty supinirt by all
The ca.Uss worship the nunie of "Our.
Hero." ai'.d whenever It Is nnmtloned a
sjwI look comes Uxn the fiui of those
around. Ills name Is held In honor by
the entire school. When the report
c:- - i-' : V .' t.'.i :: . f-r eff Thilio
pln there wa an expression Usn
each face that told of the love we had
for him. He died a hero far one 1s a
hero who would risk his life for his
country. Tut all mum answer to Fate's
call even monarch must go.
I heartly agree with your plans and
hope thiit a popular subscrlpton be
made, and that it will prove successful.
I remain. Your truly,
Cadet BERT O. WILLIS.
O. A. C.
UEAI.'THTL CALENDAR FREE.
Falrbank's Fairy calendar for ISot
a beautiful six-piece art calendar,
10i: Inches In slw, on heavy plate
tock. There are six different design
(one on each sheet) elegantly litho
graphed In color and tied with silk
ribbon. Thesei designs ar original wa
ter color paintings by one of America'
te-st artists, and show pretty children
In the uniform of our navy, cavalry,
Infantry, etc. They are trlkingly beau
tiful and will please everybody. Thlj
calendar Is eoual to those usually retail
ed for 50 cent to $1.00 In the leading art
and stationery torea throughout the
Hy sending your name and ad fires to
The X. K. FalrbonU Company. Chicago,
I1L. and euchwing live (5) Fairy SrjaP
wrapper, or 10 cents In stamp to cover
expense of wrapping and mailing, you
will be able to obtain a copy of thl
AN" IMPORTANT DIFFEREXCE.
To make It apparent to thousands.
who think themselve 111, that they are
n it afflicted with any disease, but that
the system simply need cleansing. Is
to bring comfort home to their hearts,
at a costive condltkn 1 easily cured by
using Pyrup of Figs. Manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and
sold by all druggist.
WHERE TO EAT.
Why at 'The Eastern,' of course. 170
Third St.. Portland. You can get a
good layout for 15 cent here, which
will satisfy your hunger and bring you
haci asain to the same place. Remem
ber the Eastern.
1 Udits' Tailor.
I. D. Coyer,
In rurlk SI.. ruKUND. out.
Y. M. C. A. r.uild'g.
A lirBt-class place at moderate price
Rooms for ltulie and private parties
Open all Night...
108 Fourth St., near Washington
PHONIC BLACK i35.
Tho Popular Price Clothiers.
BEN SELLING, Malinger. 3rd and Oak Streets, Porllafd
The Garnet Hill was able to got out
Yeterdoy the ship Guernsen arri-ed
down from Portland.
The three muster ship Artie Stream
arrived In port yesterday.
The dredge W. S. Ladd is at the foot
of Ninth street taking on coal.
The German ship Ferdinand Fisher
came down from I ' i : .lorday.
The schooner T. S. Jewett with lum
ber from Kuuppuiu ieit out yesterday.
The new tug Jessie Borthwick was
flying around the harbor yesterday on
a trial spin.
The ship Alclnous which has been
discharging coal at the gns company's
wharf was towed up the river yester
The sU... ..." unsuccess
ful in getting out on Wednesday owing
to the rough sea and wtifl obliged to
put bock. Sii ... j w. .erda.y.
It has not been decided Just when the
schooner Jessie will make her third
cruise. It will be necessary to ship a
mate and a port of a crew before any
movements can be made and after that
is done the date of departure will be
settled on. It Is fully Intended, how
ever, to make tho trip.
Dining-room and Kcstaurant
J. U. Wanner, Prop.
I'rivatc Dining-rooms lor Udies
Meals 15c I'p Opf nil Night.
170 THIRD STREET.
......Bet. Morrison and Yamhill
Jackets! Jackets! Jackets!
FOR THIS VVF.FK OM.Y WE GIVE SPECIAL
PRICES ON HIGH-GRADE JACKETS.
Tine Tailor-made Jackets reduced from $12.00 to
" " " " 8 00 to -
An Inusual Opportunity to Get an
Elegant Jacket at a Bargain.
Have You Seen Our Fall Line of Winter Mack Dress
GjmkIh Poplin, Venetlaiw, Whipcords,
Camel' Hair and Crepons.
THE - BEE - HIVE
' E. R. riTIELkU,
Pnutf Rwei fcr lato.
ton St., near Mh PORTLAND
With every Suit, even if the Suit costs no more than
(We have good Suits for this price)
No Lottery. Every One Treated Alike.
Boy. also get a Hat with a 8nit, and we be ood-f' 'TCL
Suit upward from 4JS M 7
You buy the 8ait, we give the Hat. The better the Bait the better
the hat. Jo toy being given away, but (omethiiiK useful. Having low
rent we can do tbi.
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE
9ealer i AC. al" Boys' Clolbiig nil rraihing Goods, nd He' Boys'.
Ladies' iod Children's Shoes.
223 .lorriso 5treet p
6TRICTLT AX MEKICAX C10THISC STORE Bttt.ee rirst and Soeood 5
and Scenery Artist
ALSO DEALER IN"
Lalest Designs y Wall Papers
I 127 First Street, Portland jj
127 First Street, Portland
We Rent New Typewriters.
Many New Improvement Added-SEE OUR LATEST
Smith Premier Typewriter
I ''rV:;c-; V V NEW ART CATALOGl a FREE
L.& M. ALEXANDER & CO., Phon Main 574
ExchiBiv o i aouic (Joast Draiera. l4o Mar &1. rortiuna
Where the finest Cudies i. the Stite
g tre Frepared tod AUiys I Stock.
543 CO.n.lCRCIAL ST..
WATSON BROS., Pnrr's,
Contliiotoil ou the check system, thoro-
(S) low painuia im) ""
tte flaint (lie hwst, Cheapest. Best
He tiaint ine i.arM, tueupi. ri
ind uirlest Service in the Xorthwest. g
liJHiill II Fourth St.
Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. PORTLAND j
Of Every Description Made to Order. Large Line of Stock
Books lor 1900. Attractive Prices.
loose Leat Ledijers nd Transfer Cases. riir IDUJIW UnnCHM Pfi
Order manks. Holders and Binders. NIL I II II 111 1 1 U U wUll UU.
Commercial I'rinting i all branches.
fjTUrint K.ui)lUhnint lu the w.t. First and Suliuoti Sts., Portland.
DO YOU BATHE?
Becuuse at our house we Lave neither a bathtub,
nor hot water handy. ...
Ttatlia ok 917 Ator ft
25 cents is the price. Private apartments for
Indies. Only the better class of patronairo is
entered to. Try one aud you will conic rejularly.