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THE M0KK1XG A3T0KU.Ni THI'KSDAT, ttBRUM 21, WOI.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
$1.5.0 LADIES' KID OLOVES
DICNT'8 OWN MAKR.
FOR $i.33 PER PAIR
1bK are Art quality good and wo have and a jrod assortment
All contract! fur ad vert Minn in
lite Adt.tilan iu-c mndc on u niur.
nnlcu of circulation four time
larger th a n that of any paper
rmblUlicd or circulated in ClnN
TODAY'S WIC ATI IICIl.
ruiiTI.ANIi, I'VI), 'l .- W.-hIlIii (Hi',
linn iiml Vrirn WuhIiIukIi'Ii, rlmiily
llli'l Ihli'.lt'-lllMK Willi IiukrIIi!)' im-iIIk-1
ti ii I rii'n; Kimii in i utl. I.tititeril
WiidliliiKi'i" iiii'l N"ilti' in I li tin, .ril
A. J .I'iIiiihoII I'Ultiii il fri'in 1'i'illuh'l
Three nrt-cl'iwi barbers nt tin Oo-
l'.ila .ill litinlinM.
f H'iilM", lit In A-
ir iri.il 1,'Klil inn tliwent wind;
(-! tl'f . Ii.ir, Hllinufll.
HirUtly frh rirm. two if i fur 45
touts, at Johnson Urn.
Ilrrt 15-ccnt meal. Rllng Restaur
ant. .)J Comnu rclnl street.
JrfT'a retauratit-the largeit
beat. A trial will convince you.
II. II linker, tin' intlm, ninl family
! f I villi r, ny f"r Han KMiirUeo.
T. I'. A r
It A N .
I. Ovnl.nuKli. of I
III AhI'HIii 'i-Kt'Mii
Harffl nivrl (irangrg from IS cents
(., 40 cent a d""n. at Jhnon Urn
Tlii- mrnm i liiniiir Alllniio- l m
rmilr fri'in Sun Kt iiii"-n in A li it In,
Wru-t do you rt your Sunday din
nrr? I tak mint at the Central Hotel.
A W. :hiilry returned yesterday
fnnit Sulnii, where In- hiu Im-'i watrh
IliK I'lilNliltliill, li'illlllK mi ih flllildK
IltST UCICNT MBAL:
8 UN IlKSTAUIUNT.
OBKANCE SALE I
PRICES CUT DEEP
We must have room for Spring
Goods, and rather than carry over
our stock of Winter Goods we have
CUT PRICES DEEPLY. . . .
$ 1 00 Underwear, Suit for $ 751
1 60 Underwear,
2 00 Underwear, Suit for
2 60 Underwear, Suit for
3 00 Underwear, Suit for
3 60 Underwear, Suit for
4 00 Underwear, Suit for
4 50 Underwear, Suit for
6 50 Underwear, Suit for
7 50 Underwear,
Japan goods of nil klii'lK cheap at
Yokohama Ilniuar, 62( Commercial Ht.
Mr and Mm, T. ('. Poller mid con
nf I'ortlaiid niiiii' d"wn dli yeMi'Miiy'H
Tin1 Triuiwii'm' t'nl'in will li'iM n
niiiu wii lil n( i'ii rrn tlii'iV hull Friday
Juinm l'liilnyiiii relumed yesterday
frmn S'litll'', where n ywin railed on
I i iihii in in mi tin' overdue vrnnilH
lli'lllwi ii Mil )'iin' Wiiilli Iiiih udvau I
lu s.'i . r ri tit.
A. It, Kelly, of Hun
K J. Kay. nf I'milaud,
nUlit ui tin' iirrl'l'-iu.
'mnrliM. mi. I
Till' UK MlllllNull iIIK.h nut )'Hti-r-
lay t"WliiK Hi" liiiiit'' Wimlii.iiyiil. in
ruiiii' in Hun Kmnrlwn.
Jnpnf fue boy want altuallon In umill
family, hrre he can attond rChool.
inquire at (12 Commercial Bt
Tin ili riiiiin ulilim I'rnf, K'ii It nil
llr,.ii,liMu' n wi iil up tlif rUi r yiii!fr
iliiv to l"ul Kinln fur Kiirci',
K. J Curr, a f tnT Anlmlnii, now
i ftl'l. nl of Portland, wit In thi- rUy
yrM'T'luy i-ii rnutf t Hi-axK
Ho itn-iit In lln' ili-niiind fur lumlxr
lli.it I In- I'.'i'tluii.l iiiIIIk bit runnlnu
I l(ll( Hud day (" Ki'ii ll with nrdiT.
ltl"; and hln; Q'ld Hope, Tliruh
rr, antl-trut, unli-n-mado plug tobac-Savi-
ynur to. Tlipy are va
Tin1 yiuitiK'-r nfwU'ty rrnwd ari- plan-
iilng u tilp Heron th rlvi-r rulur.liiy
iilKht to Kmiiton, w lii-re lnru-ltir will
hi- iii1iiIk'I In.
Cliuaop viavl Co., M. Rllnor Duffy,
I'lHintv nmn.nti-r. Ofllce, TlK'he Iloti-I.
inllri hmtr. 9 a. m. to 6 p, m. Friday
The Nti'umi-r Hti" II. ICInmre arrived
In ynt-rlay from Slunlaw river with
n rarifo of miiin-d moImiiim. Shi- will
Injid today for Tillamook, Ii-mvIiik out
Suit for 1 00
Suit for 6 00
Suit for 6 50
Crfam pur ry, America' flnett
whiskey. Th only pura Koodaj injur
unti'fd rich and mellow, JOHN L.
CAnLKON, 8ol Afnt.
The Hrltlnh atentm-r linn ttuey, un
der thiirter t'i th (fovernrnent, la load
Imk at Tacoirut and will null nhortly
for the I'hlllpplnea.
John A, Montromery haa openal a
hup at 4'J1 Ilund atreet and ! prepared
to do nil cloea of plumblna and tin
ning at tha luweit poiiilbl ratet.
MIh Helm HobH'iti returned yenter
day from I'ortlnnd, where alie iwmlnt
ed lli-rr rW-hott nt a rnnrert In the
liUliop Hintt armory Tuemlay nlKht.
H'mlyn roal 1 until loriKtr, la cleaner
ind niaki'i tt-MM trouble with (itnvea and
chliiuiey flu'-a than any other. Oaorge
W. Hnnborli, .iicnt. Telephone 1311.
1'i lir lilark well, who wiih Injured In
I In' ( 'Jalmiii iiiIIIn Momlny, In rapidly re
ciivnliiiC mid I'r. Hlniiif hopiN to enve
Hie Injur. vl foot and avoid amputation.
Tli" A. . mil road haa ordered
f.i-t of lumb'-r from Le4t-r'a
mill at VVarrt-iiton. and a xlmllar oi-ili-r
h.m bii-n pliin-d with thi-m for de
lUery Ml Fore Hli-veiia.
The ui(h tlilp Wlllii'linlna, from
Tiiniiuii; lirllich nhlp Colony, from Tal
l il, I'hlll; (W riiiari nhlp. Marli- Il.u k
fi'l.l, from Honolulu, all panned up y-ti-nlay
in bnlliiHt for kihIii tliarli'in.
I'ouiily I'lerk Whirlly y.Hlerday n
njed a limn I tie IIi-'mihi' to Jam' a J.
Winter uii'l JoH.phlin- Matlln. who
wrre im.ii it'll at the r-nlil'-Tu- of the
brlden' puri'iil laet n'Kht at t'litoii
town. rite m hoi.nir Allre, whlrh run on the
riK-ka mar Went Point Friday iilght
han bu n lowed to Port TowiiH' nd and
x.iiiilliHllnti hIiowi iI tbat the only dani-
iim- minrr-'il w.m a rew i,i.,k'ti piuiiK
mid Ihi' Mlrain to the hull.
If you'w n-ver tried nur "Perf'-c-
tl m Illend" Java and Mociia you ve
mined one of the pb-anurea nf life. Our
untorin-rs eay H'a thu bt In town:
they ought tokti'.w.-jouNHON imyn.
The rob! MoruBv plant now being
erected for IJndnberpT and Alter 1
t be enlarged beyond the orlKli al
plntiM ami u contract him been let for a
building adjoining the one now In
rour' of t'onxtruciloit, In which an Ice
tn iklt'K I'lalit Will be Installed.
Tui'omu 'ihlnbllllilera ure puxxled oV'er
a r-eent ailv. rtl nient by the I'nitej
Stalen iii ut'-i'mamer'a departnie.it for
an iHean-ir.'liiK tug cupuble for i r
vlce In the rough wati-ra of the AiV1':
m a w ith a prewrlbed limit to the
draft of four and one half feel.
Humor continue to flout In concern
ing gild find In the I tod Hill, aoutri
of Halein, but thu far no bonansi dln-cov.-rle
liaw been Illudt; public. ThiTe
I undoubtedly g.-ld In uncertain quan
tltlr In the dlntrtet but whether It will
pay for the milling or not In an elusive
iiietlon that prospector are endeavor
ing to Kolve,
The Pacific Improveim-nt Company,
of California, controlling the Pel Monte
hotel at Monterey and other retiorla on
the California cat, haa been trana
fein'd to the Southern Pacific. This
wa one of the several companlt'8 or
ganlied by th late C. P. Huntington to
develop Interest along the line of the
The large plant being erected by the
International Canrtt-ry Company at
tlliiilie will be completed aoun and will
be one of the moat Important on Pugct
houiHI. Other Improvements are being
made In the town and new docks and
lumber mill are being built by Eastern
und local capitalist. In connection
with the sinvmill of L. W. Davids there
will be an ebitric light plant.
The old -rouble between boarding-
house masters and ship captains has
broken out again In Tacoma. Captain
Forbes, of the Hrttlsh bark Dunstaffu
age triiHi to wup a crew or iniriy
men without the assistance of the
boarding-house maulers but succeeded
In getting but three. Aa his ship Is
already loaded with grain for Eurojw?
every dny's delay Is a financial loss,
The government Improvement In
Hoquarten slough permits larger ves
sels to make port -at THIamot'k than
haa heretofore been possible. The tug
l Jen. It. osburg having in tow the
lumber schooner C. II. Wheeler, be
longing to the Nehalem Transportation
Company, recently made that port,
where a cargo of lumber will be taken
u board for San Francisco. The tug
la headed for Astoria, where she will
have her boiler recovered and other
small repairs made.
Salem society attended the recnt trial
of Murray Wade on a charge of assault
with a dangcroua weapon upon W. Q,
IOvang and to the aurprlae of everyone
the Jury returned a verdict of guil
ty. The prosecution alleged that Wade
laid In wait for Evans when he was
escorting a daughter of former State
Treasurer Hlrsch home from a dance
and after provoking a quarrel stab
bed Evans with a pocket knife. Wade
did not deny the cutting but claimed
Evans started the trouble and he was
foced to wield the weapon-In self de
Cense. The Jury recommended the
prisoner to the mercy of the court and
sentence will be pronounced ' next
Economical soap is one
that a touch of cleanses.
Pears' shaving soap is
the best in all the world.
All "! of pevpt v PW nnp, ill tof it
Of Mor Mil il, lcUlly druggiftlo.
lil.ANCH BM'lHTLV INJl'KKP.
Hut Tug Vulcan Fared l adiy and I
Leaking, Though Htlll Afloat,
Examination of tin- Injuries unstained
by th -.uu Vulcan and whal.-b;i -k Al
mond Hrinch which collided with th"
Morrlxon street bridge In Portland.
Wi-iln -d:iy, were iriade yesterday, The
t-i idic I temporarily wrecked, the
first pier bWng knocked out of align
ment about fight feet. Tb- full extent
of the damage, cannot be ascertained
until examination hiu been ma.)" by
Th'' Vulcan in leaking but not kuIH-el'-ntly
tn causo alarm. H-r forward
gangway was crushed to splinter and
b'-r Mem broke through the woodwork
of the pivot pl'-r. The cr-w of the Al
mond Hr.un h have put out a 12x12
spar, which reaches from her port quar
ter to the Htm e pier of the Kuil draw
rent und which will In n ni'-usure pre
cent th- Vulcan from being ground to
piece by her I Ig companion. The Al
jii'lid I :i. i rub I not seriously Injured
but will liive to unbrgo some minor
repair before putting to -a.
i tea ti.bo.it nun an- apt to censure
tin- xh"i lnU(itcdn"H that tried to
h iridic the big w halt-buck with but one
tug. Tiny claim two would have en
a'lli l tlu- trip to have b'-e-n mail,.. In
WIUKLKSS TEUXirt APHY.
Successful experiment have recently
been accomplished In wireless telegra
phy, and Its adoption will undoubted
ly be a good thing, and n-vdutlonlze
many ways of doing business. One
writer hu gone so far as to say that
fllrcU'ss tebgTaphy Is the greatest dis
covery of the age. We beg to differ.
Don't overlook H'niietter's Stomach
Hitters when you talk about the gree;
Ihlng of the world. This peerl-sn med
Iclne has done more to promote health
and settle stomach troubles than any
other medicine In existence. It cures
dyspepsia, Indigestion, malaria and
constipation. It never falls. Try
and be sure and get tho genuine, with
our prlate revenue stamp over the
neck of the bottle. Don't let the drug
gist paiin off a "substitute."
JOHHEUS GAIN A POINT.
War Department Hereafter Will Allow
for Freight Differences.
Paclllc coast Jobbers are Jubilant
over the action of the war department
In issuing an order to the effect that
freight differentials will hereafter be
considered In competing bids of East
ern and Western firm for army sup
piles. In the past, coast Jobbers have
been unable to cope with Eastern com
petltors because of no allowance hav
ing been made for freight charges
Hoth are now on the same, footing and
from now on Pacific coast houses ex
rn-ct to get a fair share of the Philip
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Fret-man Parker to G. F. Parker
160 acres In section 33, T 5 N. R 8 W
State to W. H. Wood lot 2, block 31,
T 9 N, It 7 W. 40.47 acres; $40.47.
J. B. Gllstrap, trustees, to F. M
Scott l,.t 2, block 13, and Un 14, block
16, Hay View annex to Astoria; $300.
PASSENGER AGENTS TO MEET.
The passenger agents of the Pacific
coast meet in Ashland Friday to elect
delegates to the national convention of
pnssenger agents which meets in Los
Angeles next fall. A special car will
take the Portland delegation to the
Stock of general merchandise and
business of the late Geo. W. Fearnstde,
at Nehalem, Tillamook County, Oregon.
For particulars address B, M.. Phlle
baum, administrator; P. O. drawer 50,
WHERE DO YOU
HAVE TOU TRIED
636 Commercial Slreet.
DO YOU KNOW
That he gives you the best there
Is to be had In the olty for the
least money? Place an order
once and see. .
C-W. BARR DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Ball.
573 Commercial St., . ASTORIA, OR.
. : TELEPHONE. RED J061. -
BUY YOUR GROCERIES?
AHTOHIA MAN INJURED
Bailor In the Prussia Has Mb Frac
tured In flan Francisco.
J. II. Hounelln, of Astoria, who ship
ped on the PnjitHa, suffered a pain
ful Injury recently In Han Francisco,
The Prussia I now at that port load
ing supplies for the north, and Rui.ne
lln accidentally lout hi footing, fall
ing through the hatchway. He was se
verely h,,k-n up and one rib was
fractured. The Injured man was sent
to the (Jerman hospital, wh -re be will
have every attention until h Is able
to resume his duties.
An Iowa man committed suicide be
cause he dreamed that hi wife was
not true to him. There I no doubt but
that the right man was punished In
The flriit regular factory for manu
facturing glass was established at
Temple. S. if.. In 17M. and was oper
ated by Imported German glass blow
ers. For Bale by FOARD & STOKES CO,
AN INCOME FOR LIFE
S6S0 ACRES-9 MII-E.S IN LENGTH
2M MILLION TONS.
Richest gold-bearing quartz, ground
by nature's hand into gold-laden
gravel, from 10 to 600 feet in depth over
the entire property. In addition the
company owns 14 miles In length of
river bed, each mile of which contains
many millions of gold, situated on the
Rio Grande, in Taoe county, New Mex
READ THE PROOFS
United Stales Official Kcport
COMMISSIONER OF THE UNITED
STATES. GENERAL LAND OF
by a geologist and mining expert of
worldwide reputation. Professor Ben
Jainin Silllman, who spent several
months there, then being connected
w Ith the United States surveying corps,
and In his official report says:
"Here are countless millions of tons
of rich gold quartz reduced by the
great forces of nature to a condition
rady for the application of the hydraul
ic process, while the entire bed of the
Klo Grande for over forty miles Is a
sluice, on the bars of which the gold
derived from the wearing away of the
gravel banks has been accumulating
for countless ages, and now lies ready
for extraction by the most approved
methods of river mining. The thick
ness of the Rio Grande gold gravel ex
ceeds In many places 600 feet, or nearly
three times that of ' the like beds in
California, while the average value per
cubic yard Is believed ta be greater
in the New Mexico beds than in any
other such accumulations yet discov
ered. 'I have made a reconnafsance of the
whole of this gravel along the
RJo Grande, and have examined with
all the care possible in the time at my
command the character of the gravel
and Its contents of gold. Nothing. I
am persuaded, since the discov
ery of California and Australia Is com
parable for its Immeasurable resources
of gold available by the hydraulic pro
cess to the. deep placers or the Klo
Other reports from eminent mining
experts of national, reputation pro
nounce the property of this company
the richest and most extensive known.
Eapital Stock $2,000,000
FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
PAR VALUE Jl.
One-half the entire capital stock has
been placed In the treasury of the com
pany as a working capital. To complete
necessary ditches and place on the river
bed several gold steam dredges, the
company now offers a limited number
of Its shares at
50c PER SHARE
AFTER SALE OF WHICH PRICE
WILL BE ADVANCED TO
$1.00 m H AR
Applications should be sent promptly.
Write for rrospectus. Make checks,
mopy orders payable to
'lacer G jld Alining Co.
EXCHANGE PL'CE. BOSTON.MASS
fl A f 1 f I E R SALVE,
th most heating ealv In the wdrid.
7 fiiJ-L i
THE PLACE TO BIY
FISHING BOAT SUPPLIES
AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
We Rent New Typewriters.
i Many new improvements ailded.
rS-'tSV, See our latest
ffiSStP No. 2 Smith Premier Typewriter
New Art Catalogue Free... '
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
Ae V ALLIEN. Tenth and Commercial Streets
T- . . , ... ;-rr
W. P. THOMAS,
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Subscribed Capital, -
Assets in United States,
"Surplus to Policy Holders,
Ha3 been Underwriting on the
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO.
Resident Agents, Astoria, Or.
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Pacific Brewery, of which I Bottled beer for Tamlly use ov keg
Mr. John Kopp la proprietor, makes
beer for domestic and export trade.
North Pacific Brewery
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
OP LONDON ,
THE OLDEST PURELY FIRE OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Cah A nets, $11,900,000
Cash Aiitls In Unltfd States, a,oi6,035
J. B. F. DAVIS & SON,
WINFIELD S. DAVIS BITOT
215 Sansomc Street, -
A GENTLEMAN'S Sf.IO
Is what a elgar Is. It will tiekla the
paint of the fastidious wUiiout de
pleting his pocketbook. Thr t'n't
a cigar rolled that there hi so muflh'
pleasure, richness or perfeet atl
faction hidden In Its folds tor th
money aj there Is In a OBNErtAl.
GOOD for flva eents. A box oi
these luiclous cigars should be on
every man's dresser.
L M. ALEXANDER & CO-
KiciuHive Pacific Coast Dealer.
245 Stark 8t., Portland, Ore.
F W. M'KF.t liME, Wal A8ent.
Mgr., San Francisco.
Pacific Coast ovei twenty-two years.
beer supplied at any time. Dellrtry
in the city free.
A. D. lTIO
L.DAVIS CARL A. HENRI
San Francisco, Cal.
& CO., AGENTS.
your office store
60c per month