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THE MORNING ' ASTORIAN, SUNDAY, MARCH V.
You Need Groceries
- nearly every day. If you
bring or Mend your oidtrs to us they will be handled right.
Nothing stale on the shelves.
ROSS, HIGGINS & 00.
The Morning Astorian
t'OHTlANn, March H.-Wmlom Or
gun, Western WtMtrtngura, varUy
cloudy, probable showwrt, southerly
wlmls; Kwnern Orgun. Eastern Wah
Ingion and Idaho, clutuly to giily
cloudy, south to wrt wind
EJ' -L-.J g-U-lL-l. JIS.J 1
Oaston sells feed, grain and lity. '
Birletly fresh rantit vr Me pr doi.
Call Main Ml tor your coal require
ment. Orders promptly ailed.
Mr. Mutt Forney presented her hus
band with b daughter yesterday morn
ing. Long's Marmalade Jellies and J una
rt unequaled. Try tfcm. Johnson
Call at the Occident barber hop for
up-ie-date work. Thro flrst-claas bar.
17 It In our Perfection Blend Mocha
nd Java coffee, Its good, Johnson
Japanese good ot ail kiodi, cheap t
th Yokohama liaiaar, lea Commercial
A large lino of For Hint. For 8ale,
Furnished Itooma and other display
card are for sale at the Aatorlan of
fice. If you want bos wood, alab wood or
other firewood telephone Kelly, tht
transfer man. 'Phont mi black.
For sale Lota I and I? Mock 3ft, Me
Clura't addition. Inquire Frank Ffc
bre. Seattle, Wash.
Niilmitu now ha tin assurance
that a sawmill will be eauhlished at
that I'la.e uon as matters van tie
The new Washington illot board
m-III make a tour of !npcctUn of h
Lower Columbia ami the Columbia
river bar at an early date.
The llnest to be Imd our Perfection
Jllniil Moi-lia and Java coffee. Your
money buck If It doe not pleaae you.
For a few day we offer some very
low price on Packard and Smith'
Freneh and Italian prune. Call and
thrm. Johnson Bros,
PAtronlso home industry by smoking
the "Pride of Astoria" cigars; finest
made. Manufactured by MacFarlane
Preferred Stock canned frulta and
vegetable are the flneat to be bad,
nd yet the price la reasonable. Call
nd let u tell you about thorn. John
aim It roe.
John A. Montgomery, at No. 415 Bond
street, doet all kind of tinning, plumb
Ing, gas and steam fitting promptly
and skillfully and at very moderate
A Yard of Lace
For 5 Cents
From 1 to 4 Inches
A silk department like this'lone
is not the result of luck or hap
hazard buying. Every yard of
goods lu1 it has to stand our test
for quality. Style and finish we
k always guarantee to sell and you
make no mistake when you buy
from us. ,
THE A. DUNBAR CO.
M Commercial Street , Aeteria'6 Pepslar Stere
For a good hand soap try hand Sap
ollo. Johnson Drue,
Try our preferred stock of Peach e,
siloed for cream Johnson Dros.
You will nnd the heat Ho meaj In
town at the Itlslng Bun Restaurant,
Np. 613 Commercial 8L
Another shipment of ohtiee sand
wiches, Virginia biscuits, Athena, Ra
mon and Champagne wafers, just In.
Hoslyn coal lasts longer, Is cleaner
nd makes leas trouble with stoves and
chimney 'flues than any other. George
W. Sanborn, agent: telephone mi.
Work wilt be begun next TuiiKlay on
the construction of a nw wharf at
Meglor's flrooktleld anary. Fergu
son tt Houston are '.he contractors.
Agents Warned Good Insurance
agent for latest thing In accident and
'sick line; liberal contracts to good
men. Address II. C. Doollttle, secre
tary, gedalla. Mo.
C. D, lingers, operator of the tele
phone at Ilwaco Is In Portland Inter
viewing the owners of the tf-'.rphone
tine at that place trying to obtain
Improvements In the system.
Water consumers should bear In mmd
that Monday, the loth, will be the last
day on which to pay water rates In
order to avoid the penalty of IS tents,
whlrli Is charged against all delin
quents. The ship 8t. N!'h1a. which arriv
ed yerterdny from Hon Fronclnco Is un
dr charter to the Columbia Kivef
Packers' Association, to take suppllce
to Its Bristol bay, Alaska, cannery.
The PUM Sound Sardine Company
of Port Townnd put up about IB.
004 nuies of sardines last resaon In
Sit oil and muatard, brand "Ta
tooeh." There are wo sardine can
nerlrs on Puget Sound.
Tiw coroner was notiiled this morn
ing of the sudden death of Mrs. 1.1 n
Ito, a Chinese woman, which took
place lust evening. She was about 55
years old. Her remain were shipped
to Portland last night
County Clerk WhorHy states that
while It I a good Idea to register
without delay, yet It Is not necessary
to register, lo vote In the primary
election. The law requiring voters to
reKlxter lo vote In iiimark only ap
plies to Multnomah county .
In accordance with Chlnnok's repu
tation for doing thing on a large
scale. Bernard M. Soderlund. who wne
married to Mls Annie Hansen nt As
toria last Friday, rented Chinook hall
lust nlirht, hired a band and gave his
friends a grand ball which lasted un
The steamer Callender and Bleetro
bad the first real race yesterday aft
ernoon since they have been on the
river. The Callender wi coming from
the De Force Ml -works and the Elec
tro from a trip to the British steam
ship Indravelll. anchored In the lower
mtrbor. Thu Callender demonstrated
her superiority beyond question if
the boats were being pushed, a,nd each
gave the appearance of doing so.
ONfc of the Inrgeat lace
displays in the city ami
nflloleut variety to please
all call and see nothing bet
ter to be found anywhere.
Mr. Alemblade, who live on the I.
H. A N. railroad near the ocean beacn
captured genuine fur seal lbs last of
tbe week, nesr his place, it la said
to be the first of the epMlse ever
captured at this point of the coast.
It measured Vk teet from tip to tip.
Pioneers will meet at Chamber of
Commerce at 11 a, m. Monday ,'tr the
purpose ot attending funeral of Mrs,
Jamee Jeffers. The remains will be
brought down from Portland on the
noon train, and Inttermnnt will be In
Pioneer Cemetery, Clatsop Plaint.
The New Style Chop Hiue vIII
serve an extra dinner today. The l.l'.l
of fare Includes Iloairt Chkktn, Chick
en Friase, Macaroni and rhtise,
tUvt a, la mode, Oyster Pattirs and
Ibster Hitlad. ('usUrd 1'miJ ng and
all kinds of pies for desert. John
Mayr Suprvnant will call a meeting
of the board of-, health for Monday
evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the council
chamber. Health, sanitation nnd gar
bage off air of the city will he con
sidered, and it I probable some ac
tion will be taken for estal1lhlng a
common dumping ground for all gar
bage. The first barge load of redwood tak
en from the French bark Henrietta
arrived here yeserday. . While there Is
no difficulty In getting the lumber from,
the vessel, yet H is reported to be
limcult io handle on account of hav
ing been made slippery by the pumps
which sucked considerable mud from
the bottom. The exact Injuries to W
vessel cannot be ascertained until the
cargo Is removtd.
Timber cruisers representing Brad
ley A ColMns, a wealthy lumber firm
of Wisconsin, left Astoria yesterday
for the Lewis and Clark country
cruise about seven thousand icre of
timber lands upon wWch the firm re
cently purchased an option from tn
Astoria Abstract Title and Trust Co.
The timber constitutes one of the fin
est belts In Clatsop county, and if
the present cruise is as satisfactory as
former cruises the sale will be consum
mated et once. While the price to
be paid ha not been mtde public it is
generally known that It will be one of
tm- largest transactions of ihe kind
ever made in the county.
The secretary of the Japanest Bene
volent Society at Steveston values the
flrfhlng gear owned by the Japanese on
the Fraser river at $150,000. They had
;&o boats worth 614 each; 160 skiff at
670 each; and M0 nets at 10 apiece.
Thre were 2 bonl-bullders who turn
ed out :o0 boats a year. There are
alxiul .1000 Japanese fishermen in the
business. A cannery 4s owned by tbem
exclusively. According t the customs
returns export of dog salmon to Japan
had grown from 75 tons, valued at
61,077 In m. to 2000 tons worth J97.
0J6 In 1900. Trade Iteglster.
The South Bend Journal in the fol
lowing Item may give a new clue to
the uses to which Hie steamer Callen
der is to be put. as she was purchased
by lieorge 8. Cram: K comes to the
Journal on good authority that George
i. Cram, of Aberdeen and Portland,
and who hue bought fish here several
acuson. is financing the opposition
bout which Captain A. VV. Heed will
run on Wlllapa Harbor and carry the
malls from South l.ciiJ to Nahcotta
and way polnta, beginning next July.
Tho com met fur building a new Hat
for the run ts said to have been let
lo an Astoria boat-builder and she
will be 80 feet long or five feet longer
than the steamer Cruiser, and twve
about one and a half times as much
power. Her deck will lie completely
housed In. She will draw about six
feet of water,"
Peter Nufer, a well-known business
man of Astoria, died at half past 1
o'clock yesterday after a brief Illness.
Mr. Nufer was taken In the early
part of the week with a severe cold
which later developed Into pneumonia.
causing his death. He -was a native
of Swltierland and 36 years old. He
came to Astoria in 1890. He was at
fir employed as head brewer for the
North Pacific brewery and afterwards
resigned this position and engaged In
buslnea for himself whtoh he had fol
lower up to the time ot his death. A
wife and three daughters survive him.
Hj was a member of Uw Sons of Her
mann and the Improved Order of
Red Men. He also had many friends
socially, being of a aisposltlon that
made him friends everywhere. The
funeral will take place next MonSay
at 1:30 p. tn, from the leJte resjdence
of deceased, and the place of Inter
ment will be Greenwood emetory.
The British bark Torrtsdale, Captain
Nickels, arrived In port yesterday,
105 days from Cape Town. The cap
tain reports fair weather until New
Zealand was reached, but when off the
coast of thait island his vessel was be
calmed for 14 days, making onlv 150
miles In that time. From latitude Ss
north to this Port the weather was
variable and unsettled, low barometer
and very heavy westerly swell prevail
ing most of the time. Q. D. Lynch,
a seaman on the vessel lort his life
two weeks ago yesterday. He acci
dentally fell from the gaff across the
spanker boom to the deck, a distance
of 30 feet and trurk on his stomach,
receiving mortal Injuries. He only
lived 16 hours after the accident and
his suffering Is reported to have been
Intense. , He was burled at sea. De
ceased Is reported to have been an
educated man, having been for a num
ber of years , . engaged In teaching
school at Penang and Singapore. The
men were cloeely inspected by Dr.
Earle, health officer, upon the arrival
ot the ship and were found to be in
Church Services Tonight.
The Astorian wHl gladly publish no
tices for all the churches In the city
If they are brought to the office on
Baptist. The usual Sunday services
will be held. Morning subject; "The
All Things;" evening subject: "Great
Joy." All who may come will be cor
dially welcomed. Itev. L, J. Trumbull,
First Lutheran. East Astoria, No
service will be held tomorrow, as the
pastor will spend Sunday In South
Bend. On Monday evening, at 7:20, a
Lenten service will be held. . Ilev. Os
car Otrom, pastor.
Mi thodlst. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and at 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school at
12:15'; Young People's meeting at 6.S0
p, m.; prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30. Strangers and all
oithers will be warmly welcomed. Iter.
Harold Oberg, pastor,
Presbyterian. Usual services. Theme
of the morning sermon: "How Shall
we get the greatest and best results
In building our new church?" In the
evening the pastor will give tbe first
of a series of sermons on religion's
theme: "What Is Christianity?" A
very cordial invitation is extended to
all. Itev. Henry Marcotte, pastor.
Congregational, Theme for tbe 11
o'clock service will be, "The Future
Existence;" evening service at 7:30;
Young People's Society at 6:30; Sunday
school at 12:15; prayer meeting and
Bible study Wednesday evening at
7:30. Stranger always welcome. Itev.
F, E. Dell, pastor.
postmaster Reed broke the bowling
record on the Commercial Club alleys
the other evening, making the splen
did score (tt 1 pin m 10 frames.
A number of bowlers In the Com
mercial Club talk of challenging the
first team for a gnme for tbe oysters.
Such a game would prove Interesting
and create a whole lot of friendly
sjirt. The Commercial Club Is full of
Herman Wise, one of the originators
of the Commercial Club, has offered
three fine buttons to the members who
will make the highest total in 100
games. Handicaps will be given, so
that new beginners may have a chance
Last Thursday (ladles night on "the
Commercial Club was a record break
er, there being between 15 and 20 play
ers qn each side. Messrs. Laws and
Sovey bowled exceptionally well, each
averaging o'er 50.
Mensrs. Cooper and Wise, the two
old men bowlers, have Invented som
new wrinkles. Mr. Wise wears a band
age over bis lame wrist and Mr. Coop
er, has a sticking plaster over bis
right shoulder blade, and some fly
paper on Wis left foot.
Grandpa Dean has been bowling in
great form lately. He rarely makes
W than 40, and his average Is at least
The three team tournament Is a
success. The Boxer team generally
wears badges made out of shingles,
and the Can-Can brigade sport large
tin buttons, Cooper's team will wear
striped hose next week, embroidered
with gold watchea
NO MORE WARS.
Many prominent people of this coun
try and England profess to see the
realisation of thlr hipes for universal
peace In an Anglo-American alliance.
Their plan Is to sittle all future dif
ferences by International arbitration.
This news will be joyful! recived
by everybody, nut especially by !ho
soldier who Is at pres.U engagf.d on
some foreign battle-n.Md. The i.es
that Hostetter'a Stomach hitters will
poftlve1y cure itomth', I'vrr and
bowel complaints will also be gladly
received by every sufferer from sick
headache .disxlness, flatulency, indi
gestion, constipation or bllliousneas.
Do not suffer any longer, but try the
Bitters at once. It is ba:k?d by a
record ot 50, yeans of cures. Rewareof
counterfeits when tuy'ng. Our pri
vate stamp Is over the neck of the
Six-room house, with bath and all
modern conveniences. Inquire of Geo.
W. Barker, at Astoria National Bank.
Dr. T. Lf. Ball
524 Commercial St. Astoria, Ore.
C. VV. BARR DENTIST
57S Commercial Street Astoria, 6re.
TELEPHONE RED 206L
05." ffiRTTHEW PRTTOH
Physician and Surgeoa.
Office sad Residence P(e Bulldlnf .
Calls answered day or night
We are the lament manufacturers of
OOln operating machinery In the world.
Write for our catalogue.
KILLS KOVELTY CO., Chicago.
lit IS test Jemes Street
Colonel E C- Hughes Is In Portland
on a brief business trip. . , :.
Mra Jennie 'Busey 1 spending today
with her son at Warrenton.
Judge J. T. Lighter was down from
Portland yesterday on business.
Dr. J. W. Walsh, post surgeon at
Fort Canny pent ihe day in Atftorta
yesterday. ,v ,;;;.vJ
Oovernor Oeer and Mrs. Oeer will
arrive In Astoria this morning on a
Mrs. McGregor, of Aberdeen, who
has been visiting In Astoria, baa re
Captain Charles D. Stuart, keeper of
Disappointment life saving station,
came over on he Miler yesterday, and
was shaking hands with . numerous
friends in the city.
Captain Brooks Payne, the new com
mander at Fort fcanby, accompanied
by bis wife, was In tbe city yester
day. He recently came from New
York and this being bis first visit to
this section of the country, be finds
many things here of interest. He Is
well pleased with bis new assign
I. O. TL M. NOTICE. :
The members of Coneomly Tribe No.
7, I. O. R. M., are hereby notified to
meet at their ban at 1 o'clock p. m.,
Monday, March 10, to attend the fun
eral ot our late brother, Peter Nufer.
By order ot the sachem.
OLOF ANDERSON, C. of IL
Members of Teutonia lodge No. t, O.
D. H. I., are requested to meet at
their lodge-room Monday, March 10,
at 1 p. oi. to attend the funeral of
Brother Peter Nufer.
By order of the president, '
H. SCHOENB, Sec.
FUN ORAL NOTICE.
The funeral of the late Peter Nufer
will take place from the residence of
deceased In Upper Astoria on Monday
ait l:3t, under the auspices of the Sons
of Hermann and Improved Order of
Red Men. ,
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if tt fall to cure. E. W. Grove'a slg
nature Is on each box. 25c
'The steam schooner Sequoia arrived
from San Francisco yesterday and
will load lumber (or a California port
ijSs $ $ $
$ i& Hit iDf Hjf
Hi H i& $ Hi
In order to close out the
remainder of our stock
of Fancy Vests we will "
make a sweeping re
duction of half price.
One half Former Priee
6.00 Vest for ;
$5.00 Vest for
$4.50 Vest for
$4.00 Vest for
$3.50 Vest for
$3.00 Vest for
$2.50 Vest for
Sizes 35 to 42.
S- Danziger & Co
$ : w w
m m & $ $
23 Cases of Wash Coeds
We are showing a large and comprehensive line of Cot
ton Goods, both Foreign and Domestic Fabrics. The follow
ing represent a few of our Specialities. .
Robyn Hude Leno
i Athalia Batiste '
Blue BeU Lawn
FOURTEEN CASES CONTAINING
28-lnch Scotch Zephyr
28-incb Scotch Tissue
62-Inch Organdl LUse
48-Inch Organdl Ragee
32-lnch Madras Shirting. '
28-lncbr Mercerised Tisuse
FOUIC WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Irish Flax Twine
:FOR GILL NETS;
Better than others, cheaper than the rest.
Guaranteed to wear, not in trost.
Every Fisherman on the River should use it.
FOARD & STOKES CO., Agts.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY! WAIL PAPil
13,000 Rolls Just In. More ft Follow.
Latest Designs in Exquisite Colorings.
We will sell you BORDEK for your rooms at the SAME PRICE as the
wall and ceiling. We keep first-class workmen and guarantee our work.
Let us figure onfyour decorating for 1902. ;
B. F. ALLEN. & SON
3G5-367 Commercial St.
Regular Meals 25 cents
PA1 Af E ' Sunday Dinner a Specialty
v A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Carpets, Rugs, Art Squares
Latest popular styles and best qualities. No shoddy goods.
H. H. ZAPF, The House Furnisher
What Is the Secret?
Is a pleasure which satis
fies and brings no un pleas
ant memories if you eat at
Ca Eleventh Street.,
Fine Irish Dimity Sea Island Dimity
Dotted Swiss Muslin Holly Batiste
Leno Loyola : , Marsalla Swiss
Aureole Batista d3ll! t '
48-inch Oasa Cotton Llise. ,
Silk Weft Moussellne.
in ail grade. (
44-inch St Oall embroidered HwUs
Black and Colors.
Finest Restaurant in the City
W. W. WHppIC j
Just what all the mammas are
' talking of the mammoth atock ot
new and stylish Spring Shoes now
being opened up by .
, Astoria's Ltaeloi Shoe Dealers. .
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Yonr order for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly d
mtli actorlly auentltd to
0. W.M0RT0N. Prep.
Telephone No. 331.