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rilK MOHNIfiO AH'lUKUfi" VKDMrtOAl. NOTEMBtil S, IMS
It Will I'uy You
To look up th bartalna I am offer-
lug In my crockery lock. J0very
tlilns; la included at irsal discount
from rKUlar prloes. Uverythlni In
plnlit .nil doooraud war; th fam
oui Luatlo I rand, Knirllih make. It
Will pay you to look It over.
CM AH. LA IIHON,
OtJ Commercial Blrtct
They're I'upu tar Now
llav you iND my assortment of
bony bruluT They were pur
Oltaacil direct from New York, and
Art very popular. Am constantly
receiving nsw good, t'omt and aoo
0. W. SMITH,
Th Leading Jwlr.
' 121 Commercial Street.
The KAM.V A1TOKMN will U found
on Ml In I'urtlaiiil al lh well-known !
Unitary biiUMnrji V, llemllejr (Jo., Slfl
Healiliilou Nlrevl, Order for mlr
lUln leu wlili title) Arm will receive
PORTLAND, Nov. I.-Waslilnirton,
wmtinrn (ri'(fin ami northern lilnho:
OcciiNlniinl Unlit rain. ICnMern Oregon
ami southern Idaho: fair weulher to
day, AROUND TOWN.
Tonight At KlehT'i ojwra hou.
Toiiliilit th ii)imoral fund
Crawfish, rooked in wine, at the Na
1. A. Mrlx-uti wu lnlllatel In the
Kike Inst evmilng.
Colonel A'liUr mine up from Hunny-
nicad yesterday afternoon.
Vlw Doom Your laundry
W claim, and we wlU prove t0
ev.rjr inn, ul wi ne.. uw M. uni ,,, mM ,, mBn,
nil mum ui-vu-uie tauiiur un m ... .
Coaat A trial order will convince! mint up to lU dty yesterday.
(Ire moat particular. If you want
i oat, prompt work, try tne
CITY BTICAM LAUNDRT,
til rranklln Avenue.
It ICIIIM I'FERM AN, Prop.
Our Special llurgulim
IV have win broken Un of Un
vara which we will elooe out at bar
gain brtoea. We are alio making
peclal prloee on aunt broken line
CI canned rmil ana puisnes, pica
li. table delloaolea and sauoss.
Tbee axe A No. 1 good, and can
tx had at Urw prloea.
ROBS. IIIOOINI CO.
Drink X. I). Cereal; Eat Nut butter
and Health Fooda and be nappy.
.A Una In Spun lull
WlU be started, to meet evening at
Vun l,,. . wak 10 nnt m. laa. Flour, at A. V
on, eight month" course.
Consult by mall or call at the
school after 1:10 p. m.
W. W. PAYNE.
Principal of High School.
Ultra I'liitf rnihrclliia
And at better than Portland prloea.
It' a fact. They are the oeWbrated
Hldny Jll came up from Bealde
on yesterday afternoon's train.
CM your tlt'ki't for Um BhMil com
pany Illustrated concert tonight.
Mr. Wilfred Curtl wa a passenger
on yesterday's train from ttaurid.
Captain Down came up yewterday
from the poet on the afternoon train.
Five, with each hu-ake of II. O.
Muih, 1 package uf H. O. rancake
Mr. Robert Carruther wa among
the panemiavr on yesterday afler
noon" train from Bwulde.
The 10th I lh lant day to pay walw
ruin. An additional charg i f 25 oent
wlU be made to all dvllnquonrlr.
H. F. Allen A Bon are aalllng Em.
Edward G. Young
I jitlrv Oompuoy,
AJaiimion, Wk'; CliiMnta, 25c.
lUmcrved wat at Griffin 4 IU-ed'.
roiimer-u ogg maae; nanoeomr. w ,ow , MnU
dunble allk umbrella. Don't make ... ,m
th mUtak of buying elwwhia.
MO Commercial Street
Hcltcr Hum I'.wr
Th Pond Street
per roll; Imported Engllab, 7Vi oenla.
Mm Annie Powell who I now
touching at 8-uilil, ciime up yeeler
duy to nll'Mid Ui tiiu lur' lnatltut.
A. R Cyru lioa moved hla Real Ea-
Fih Market t,tate and Inauranoe odloe to 3( Com-
oetter tnan ever prparea o upp.y( mrrcM oppo-u th. A,torttn
I Wall 9-RWil ia va ei -.
Good delivered to any part of the
city and atlefactlon guaranteed.
PONO STREET FISH MARKET.
417 Dond ("treet
I dcJre to further call the atten
tion of the ladle to my handaom
tck of trimmed millinery. It com
prlte the lateat creation of the
millinery art. and I am offering r
duced rate ror tne next id day.
Dr. T. N. Hull
(71 Commerolal Street,
Over Bohluaael'i Clothing Store,
Pun whliky Harper Perfect whlaky
Hirjer every bottle guaranteed Har
per. Sold by Ford A Stoke Company,
The le conducted by the Ladlei'
Guild of Holy Innocent' Chapel will
be hrld Saturday, November IS, at the
old chool houae.
Roilyn coal laata longer, li cleaner
and make lea trouble with Move and
chimney flue than any other. Oeorg
W. Sanborn, Aiwt. Telephone U1L
Warned Woman to do light house
work In family of three on a ranch
four mile from town; good borne; kind
treatment. Call G9! Franklin avenue.
Ytterday all whoula In the city
rloaed for the balance of the week to
give way to Uw fat'tvera' InatituU?,
which commenco today.
The crawflnh flniid I abroad In the
land. The email boy, ae well aa the
older one, are making the) moat of the
opportunities offered by he on.
A. J. Adam died Monday morning
at hi home at Eude Nehatem. Hi
funeral took place ynterday afKrnoon
with Inierment in the cnutery at El
i. Mr. lliuieon and famll.y who have
run the Aator houae for aome time,
have ld th.-lr bualnma to Mr. John
Chllwood. who will herwifu-r manur
The General Mile apeclal made a
icini-brvoklng trip from Astoria to
Portland ymtorduy. The whole dla
tuncp wa accompllhcd in i hour and
1.1 ml nut in.
Rblyn coal la the beat and moat eco
nomical coal for household use In As
toria. Try tt once and you will have
no other. George W. Sanborn, Agent
Take steamer Bailey Galiert of
White Collar line for Portland and way
point. Fare, !5 cents; room, 7J cents;
upper or lower berth, 80 cents; section
berth, XS cents.
Commodore Rice, manager of the
boatpullers' club, has returned from
a six months' stay in Alaska. A
grand reception was tendered him at
the club's hall last night.
The Bullock family, who left here
some time ago for Ooldendale, Waah.,
were reported to have suffered from
small-pox. some of the members dy
ing. A telegram was received here
Portland aci Astoria
To provide the citizens of Astoria nnd vicinity with the same advantages as
tho people of Portland, we will, during the continuance of the 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 ua,xno matter what price the
This M ill enable those desiring to visit Portland to do so without cost
and at the same time to take advantage of our enormous selection of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND
For Mens, Boys and Children. All our goods are marked in plain figures.
CUT OUT THIS "AD." and it will bo honored for a round trip ticket and
an admission to the exposition with each purchase of a Suit or Overcoat.
Moyer Clothing Co.
yuMterdsy dialing that whlto the entire
family had the dliwase, none had
dlod, nor were likely to dk.
Flaniilgnn w&V'tw'd tho tailor who
hung out a sign next dir to Herman
Wliw'ii clothing store. "That Herman
Wine be a pet'oollar duck to Im ur.
Here It's raining lolke pitchfork;
llu-re's watr und-rneah, above and
aU around him, and now he puis 'A.
Lake' next dior to him.
AH Astorlans who visit Portland and
desire spending a pleasant evening In
company with polite people and In the
enjoyment of an unexcelled munlcal
program, should go to the Fredericks
burg. Ik-sldes vocal and instrumental
Detections there are many other at
tractions to delight the visitors. The
nw management Is making tho Freder
icksburg a well-merited suco.ss.
Mln Blgne Palmberg. recently arrlv-
lug from the Kaat, desire to announce
to tbi Indies of Astoria that she has
opened drummiaklng parlrr on Ninth
street, near Commercial, next dwr to
Jelllnirer's printing olllce. Mlns Palm
berg has hud thorough experience in
cnitl'ig and fitting la'len' garment of
all kinds, particularly tailor-made suits
and cloaks of the latest and most fash
The Pianola marks on epoch in mu
sical prrgreMi of (he world and afford
mualcal ent.-ntHlmnitit to all music
lover whether tlwy have or have not
any knowledge of music. The Pianola
plays any ploiio. Any one. can play K.
It supplies technique. The expreaslon
Is controled by the player and re
sponds Instantaneously to his wilk He
has, therefore, the double pleasure of
hearing an artistic rendition and ac
tually producing It himself.
One of the First Washington volun
teers, Olaf Nelson, was an Astoria boy
and has returned to Astoria. He was
a member of B, the Seattle company
whce commander. Captain Fortson,
was killed In repelling a night attack.
Mr. Nelson was In the field from the
time of the Filipino outbreak. Febru
ary 4. until the latter part of August,
when the regiment was returned home.
He speaks In the highest terms of his
colonel, Wholly, and was Indignant at
the attempt of certain officers lo as
perse his military record.
GENERAL MILES WAS HERE
NOTICK OF RKPL'ItLICAN PRIM
ARY CITT ELECTION.
Notice is hereby giver that there
will be a republican primary cKy elec
tion on th 17th day of November, Wft,
tor the purpose rf electing delegate
U the republican city convention. The
Judges and polling place of paid elec
tion to be as follows, to wit:
First ward-t'has. F. Wright, Mar
tin Johnson and A. C. Fisher; polling
place at county court house.
Hecsid ward Judges, V. C, Wolch,
Walter ltobb and It. Carruthem; poll
ing place, Welch block.
Third ward JudgMi, T. 8, Orrmllun,
C. Oramms and Maxwell Young; poll
ing plaw, old school houne.
The nuinbc:r of delegates to be elected
at unld election trelng sven from each'
ward. It Is recommended by the re
publican city central committee that
subl convention be held on th 21st
duy of November. 1WJ.
JOHN E. YOUNG.
Chairman Republican City Central
F. P. LKINEXWEBER. Hecretary.
AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE.
To make It apparent to thousands,
who think themiteives 111. that they are
nat afflicted with any disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing. Is
to bring comfort home to their hearts,
as a costive condition Is easily cured by
using Pyrup of Figs. Manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and
sold by all drugglsta
Jackets! Jackets! Jackets!
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE GIVE SPECIAL
PRICES ON HIGH-GRADE JACKETS
Pine Tailor-made Jackets reduced from $12.00 to $10.00
" " 10.00 to - 8.00
" " 8 00 to - 6.00
An Unusual Opportunity to Get an
Elegant Jacket at a Bargain.
Have You Svcn Our Fall Line of Winter Black Dress
Good Poplins, Venetians, Whipcords,
Camel's Hair and Crepons.
THE - BEE - HIVE
f flQ) Mlfi
Inspected the Governmont Works
the Mouth of the Columbia.
General Miles arrived in Astoria
yesterday morning with a party of
Portland citizens, and th- special train
aftr taking a number of Axtorians
proceeded to Fort Stevens where the
general Inspected the government
The tender Columbine then took the
rnrty to Fort Columbia after which
the gentlemen returned to Astoria and
had luncheon at the Occident hotel.
Then the general and the Portland
people went to Portland on the special.
General Miles had little to say
worthy of quotation.
The Popular Price Clothiers.
BEN SELLING, Manager. 3rd and Oak Streets, Portland
The Edward Shields company, sup
ported by Sprague and Whiting, in the
mualcal comedlette entitled "Under
Falee Colors," will render a program
at the Fiiiher opera house for the ben
efit of the Edward C. Young memorial
Besides the no-el comedlette some
of the features are as follows:
The pleasing entertainer, Helen La
mar, In Illustrated recitals; the favor
ite baritone. Chas. H. Whiting, in fa
mous songs; the wrsatlle artist, Ka e
Sprugue, harpist and balladlst; the
eminent traveler and Journalist, Ed
ward Shields, In graphic descriptions
of the Philippine war. U'O magnificent
Illustrations, direct from the original
negatives; the perfection of photo
graphic portrayal of life in motion, the
scencogiaph, vividly and realistically
reproducing actual battle scenes, RV
eluding Funston swimming Bag Bag
river. Filipinos firing from trenches,
rout of Filipinos at Malabon, parade
on return of Oregon volunteers and
the great Dewey parade; Trinity
tuartit. In characteristic selections,
Including "Rix-k of Ages," Illustrated
with 20 allegorical pictures.
SAID BY OTHERS.
The members of the Edward Shields
Company hav n 'at'ona'. reputation.
Some of the press notices given them
are as follows:
Edward Shields- pictures of Manila
and the surrounding eountry were
most thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
BecH. f " - battles there,
these Illustrations will be very Inter
esting sll week. Besides exhibiting
some wonderful pictures, Mr, Shields
proved to be a most Interesting and
entertaining talker, and his explana
tions of the various pictures presented
were worth the price of the entire
shov.--Nev Orleans Item.
Miss Kate Sprague, operatic singer
and harp soloist, presented her mono
logue sketch Inst week to the Howard
Athenaeum. Her sweet voice, dainty
methods and ex. . ". : won for
her a unanimous approval of a most
critical -"" -- " -tin Sunday
Globe, May .
Knte Sprague Is a beautiful woman,
and possesses a sweet and powerful
voice. Her act Is first-class. Phila
delphia Record, Nov. (.
The Shields company is proving very
popular. Miss Lamar Is a favorite with
the audience. Her recitals, illustrated
by plctu.., . . . .. ived and ap
plauded, Chas. H. Whtttlng possesses
a fine baritone voice, ard Is obliged to
respond to . .'s wi.h. his
Illustrated songs. The moving pictures
which Edward Shields exhibits take
the audience every time, showing, as
they do, the struggle which the boys
have been through in the Philippines.
Several series of pictures taken on the
firing line were shown. The collection
is most Interesting. Seattle tdmea
iA Refined aud Delightful Enter- '
:j Pleasing Novelties :
' For Benefit of J
1 Edward C. Young, !
I Library Memorial.!
a Mg) mw SM 4 H4if WM
W A TrTZ? 1
GIVEN AWAY !
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 Suit, and we have good(T'0 ff"
Bait upward, from ajp A
You bay the Suit, we give the list The better the Suit the better
the bat. 'o toy. being given away, but something useful. Having low
rent we can do tbia
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE
Dealer i. Me. '( .d Boys' Clothiig a rir.ishitj Goods. d He's Boys',
ladies' tad Ckildre s Shots.
zD nornso. street -j
L9 STRICTLY A! a.lCRICAS CLOTHING STORE Betwee. Tint aid Soeoid 5
ft OPEN DAY
5 AND NIGHT..
Cream and Milk
(rem eur own ruch
Borne male Plea and cakei.
I. D. Coyer,
ink si., romuD, OSE.
Y. M. C. A. Build'g,
A first-class place at moderate prices
Booms for ladies and private parties
Open oil Night...
108 Fourth St., near Washington
PHONE nivAClt 1835.
Columbia Thune i.
E. R. riTTELkll,
Pruatf Roonn dr ladies.
t.n St., near Mh
and Scenery Artist
ALSO DEALER 1N"
Latest Designs "o1. Wall Papers
127 First Street, Portland
We Rent New Typewriters.
Many New Improvements Added SEE OUE LATEST:
Smith Premier Typewriter
NEW ART CATALOGUE FREE
L. & M. ALEXANDER & CO., Phone Main 574
Exclusive Pacific Coast Dealers. 215 Stark St Portland
Where the finest Candies It the State
are Prepared aid Always In Stock
543 COMMERCIAL ST..
Of Every Description Made to Order. Largs Line of Stock
Books for 1900. Attractive Prices.
1 Restaurant 1
WATSON BROS.. Pmpr's,
romhicted on the check ST'tem. there-
lore ptinnii pnv for what Uisy order
0 and no more. '
We Claim the Latest, Cheapest. Best
and Sen if ii the tartSHt.
109 and 111 Fourth 8t.
Open a.m. to t p.m. PORTLAND
loose leal ledgers and Transfer Cases.
Order Blanks Holders nnd Binders.
Commercial frinting in all branches.
XVLarffit EatkblUhment In the Weil.
THE IRWIN-HODSON CO.
First and Salmon Sts., Portland.
DO YOU BATHE?
Because at our house we have neither a bathtub,
nor hot water handy. . . .
Then go to the Russian Baths at 217 Astor St.
25 cents is the price. Private apartments for
ladies. Only the better class ot patronage is
catered to. Try one and you will come regularly.