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THE MORNING ASToMn, VEDksnAV, MAY 2 i 1902
Wo noli! 20 hoxe of orange. Saturday, iind today received
aiiutlier eoiiHigiiineiit wo did not expect. To dispone of litem
quickly we huvq only to iioino tlio price 'ioc a dozen.
ROSS, IlKJGINS & CO.
The Morning Astorian
I'UltTI.AND, May It-Oregon, Idaho
nml Washington, shower.
Oaitun nulla feed, am In and hay.
Kuriilltid cotlAKO wantedMust b
centrally located. Apply at Astorlan
Now dink of fam-y good Just ar
rived at Yokohama llasaar. Call And
e th la I t-it nweltlre Irom Japan.
You Will find I ho lKt lbO meal In
tun Uijat Hi tiltliiK Hun Iteauunint,
No. 613 Cuuimeiulal HI.
HyiurUiiii flu In (lis lunch line, .
lUiiu'll Cancw Club French ttardlncs,
In tumatue s&uo. Johnson Uros
V are now receiving strawberries
dally on the noon train, direct from
Ui grower.-JOHNSON IJROB.
Send In your order for your winter's
supply of fir, ttb or hard wood to Kel
ly, the transfer man. riiont I2U black.
A vrry large aannrimtit or loieen
In new and up-to-date design to se
lect from at Cliarlo HoilUorn St Son's,
1 ci.im 16 mmi a pint at th
I'arlor Candy Blur. W gueraiiU-e
our lit frtmni to ooaialn no gelatin
I'atronltP horn Industry by erooklng
th ' Trtdo of Aetorte" elgar; flneirt
mad. .NUiutaciarrd by MaeFarlan
We hav doclded to cloa out all our
hopping and fancy baskets, Tlwy
will go at xi thle wk. Hvctuwn'a
Jm. P. Hrttrny. superintendent of
ilrnn, provi-d hlmaelf the most popu
lar onirt-r (under compulsion) at lh
The Astoria Job printing depart
ment pIkcm tlx union label on all
printout Oood work at reasonable
prlc. I'hon Ml.
Dining ro' table- car-load di
rect from th factory, which we are
offi-rlng at Hmrkabl low prleo.
Cha llrllluirn A Bon
(live Schilling Hsl Halting IMwuVr
chnnce to trll Ha own atory-and g-t
your money back at our tor if tha
tory doe not pleaaa you. JOHNSON
A new line of hall racka and hall
awata Just reoelvrd at Oharlra Hellborn
A Bon a are being offered at very low
figures. Call and examine them
Ladle line hair goods swllche. rata,
trllby. He., ran be ordered of A. K.
Peterson, Occident Barber Bhop. Full
line of brat h'r tonlca and barber
Rnnlyn coal laeta lonter, la oleaner
and make leaa trouble with atovea
and chimney flues than any other
coal on the market. Oeorge W. Ban
born, agent. Telephone 1311.
Courhes-w carry th larfeat and
beat ae4ected stock In the city. The
lino Include both amooth and tufted
oounhea, which we are offering at low
er price than other dealer. Charles
Hellborn A Bon.
One of the national party leader.
Juiiu A. Tat ,of Nftahvllle, Tenn..
K.'i:ii-iiiry of the national Pnlilbltlon
coiiimlttee, und nn orator of raro ft
cellitnct', will prraont the claims of hla
party at Flahora' opero lioum) onWed-ii.-n.Uv
HvenlnR, May 28. Admlaalnn.
WE BOUGHT A SNAP
In Feather Pillows, Comforts, Head
Rests, Cwshltios, Rugs mid Matting
We Give You the Same Snap
Ktill size pure v,hito lnmiumled dovfn comforts .'1.00, xnaji
price '2.00. Pure fentlior pillows wortli ' 1.50, snnp price
i)fe. Ilend rests filled with luinanaled cotton in silkaline
with rutlle snap prico l'2Jc. Sofa cushions filled with silk
down in elegant designs worth 1.2,"), snap prico 75c. Mat
ting in carpet patterns worth U5c, mmp price 25e a yard.
:U)0 Smyrna rugs, snap price 2.25. Yonr Credit in (ibod
GREAT EASTERN FURNITURE CO.
Slianahan Bldg. Phone Black 2145
All the camlMttiea tl tha voter
amok U llelle Aatorla cigar.'
A fine wllahrdrl Oftlonn In bulk.
W have them. Johnaon llroa.
1'oroakln balha, ohAmplon bootblack,
three expert barber, beat of eurvlco
Oculdnnl lJurber Bliop
Next Friday tOiB Memorial Day,
mr atir will ia, at :3 a. m. f r
the balanco of tbo duy.Johnaon Hroa.
We cannot prove Km B hllllng'a bent
luklita" powder la belter tliim any olb
er, but yotl run, and It ahnll nm you
nothliig t prove lt.Jolinaoii l(r.
One of the aad atatemetiia mude by
Maater of Cereinonle I'olwnrih at the
Klka atua- aoulal laxt nluhl w that
he wna addrrliig brave menand no
On ainiunt of the d.alli or Mr. Jaa.
1, id well hull evening, hln duUif liter,
Miaa Mlllan, iiIkIiI opi-ralor at the
teleptione ottlee, wa nereiu-iy called
home and Mlaa Ola-a Noe, mnnnirer of
the company, tiok the night ahlft.
We have Juat received a new l"t of
hair brushr to aell f-om 25 oenla to
f. lUih bruhra from S5 rente In 2'.
("loih briiHtt from ir cni tu 12 60,
i living; to an accident to th Aalo
rlnn'n llnolyjie machine Inat night the
work wna cut abort and reader are
treated thla morning to a ahortaare In
reading matter. Thaae tslringa oannot
be avoldeil, and It la hoped to muko
up fr the ahurtage In future.
Remember tha anHnl the Itdlea Guild
are going to have at Mr. F, Flahora'
Thuraday evening, May V A good
program 1" being preiurd and a pleita
'atit time will be had by all who at
tend. tlefrahmenle will alao be aerved,
AU are cordially invited. .
A aieclnl meeting rf the local Fed
reated Ilar unlona will be railed for
next Friday night In the Huithorn
building The object of the meeting
la to arrange for renting and furnlah
Ing a hall rr the meeting or labor or
ganlxatloim and to fMtnxllah ait employ
ment olI1ie, to aaalat th membera In
; curing work.
The Uelall Clerk' Union committee
on the Fourth of July celebration ha
jbeen nctlvely at work and ha moat
j fluttering report to make. More than
'It'.O ha la-en willingly aulwcrlbed to
the futiiUalrcady and the aubucrlptloni
'are atlll pouring in. Th clerk" are
enthuaiimtlc and aay that Aatoria will
have one of the greatest celebration
I In hr Malory. Anntln-r feature of the
celebration which haa ben added almw
the Aaiorlim't flml announcement, la to
wind up the event with a grand ball,
jone of lb greateet In the htatory of
An exploMon of the engine or the
Independence, a cannery tender be
longing to the Columbia River Tacking
Company, created a fire that went
hard with the little craft. The boat
waa at the allp of the Aatorla Iron
Work, having Ita machinery over
hauled when the fire occurred, and had
It nut been for the timely aaalatance
of the American Can Company, who
responded promptly with It private
hoao and water force, It would have
been deatrnyed. Hut aa It wa the fire
waa held In check until the city de
pnrtment arrived, who made abort
work of flooding the hull with water
and extinguishing the flame. The
damage amounted to conMdprable. Al
though the hull wa aaved, the cabin
and engine room practically destroyed.
Chaa. 01en. who waa y'ng the repair
work, received Injurlea to hla hniida,
and will no doubt be kept from Wa
work for aome time.
JamM IJdwell ,an old and reapected
eltlien of thl city, died yesterday aft
ernoon of pneumonia, after a compara
tively short lllnea. Mr. IJdwell Was
1 year of a. He had been a cap
lain ion th Columbia river, but la bet
ter known among Aatoriana an a car
penter, a trade ha had been following
for (ever! year pant. Immediately
prior to hi lllne, however, ha wa
employed a fort-man nn tha wmat ruc
tion work Hum In operation on iC'om
menial alre.it. AHIiough hla lllnea
wa aevere, Mr. Lldwell'a death wm an
unexpected blow to even hi near it
friend and relative. The funeral will
b tield from the houaa under the aua
ploe of the local A. 0. V, W, linlge
next Thuraday, and the remain will
be Interred In Oreenwood cemetery,
liecenaed I aurvlved by a wife and
three daugher. One of the daughter4
I only about 10 year old. while th
other two, who are about grown, Ml-m-rn
Nellie and lilllan. are operator
In ttie local telephone oince.
rfVSU $20,(K)O IN GOLD.
A pot of gold, auppuwd to have been
buried during the Civil war and worth
about IW.umi, waa re.:.-iitly round In an
old irnic by a poor farmer No doubt
the dlai-overy brouglil him mui h Imp
pine, but icully nothing when cim
piued t.i the linppliioKe enjoxd by
aickly pi-ople who have bn reHtmvd
to health by itomtelter'a Stomuch tilt
tera. Thla aoveivlgn rmvdy la backed
by finy year or cure, and la hlifhly
ndira(l by many prominent phyal
i Una throughout the, country, it ' a
MM'clIlc remedy for aioiiiach. liver,
kidney and bowel dliorilvia, nuih aa
l.i-.iclinh.', lit-unburn, loa of appetite,
Ind'ifiKll.iii, coiiMilptttbin and Ulilou
neaa. He sure Ut try It. The genum
mtiat hnve our 1'rlvalc filanip over thu
Heck of Die bo'itle.
IT WAS BI.KH' NIGHT.
They (ive Oreat Knurtalnment to
Invited (iueat Iiat Kvenlng.
Ai-cordlng to announcement Hie lo
cal lodge of Klka gave a stag social
Inat night. Kvery one who ha ever
attended an Klka' entertainment know
what that mean. It waa a aucceaa.
The Klka have never been known to
make a failure. Thl order being eont
poaed of men who make a aucceaa In
life It could not he expected that an
aggregation of eucoeaaful men would
make a failure. The local lodge la ea
liecuilly known fin- Ita luccea aa a
lodge and Hie ucceaa of alt of Ita un
dertaking. The plan of lust night' aortal waa
to permit each member to Invite anme
friend or friend to the entertainment,
ao that the outalder might know low
the Klks did thlnga. Long before H
o'clock the varloua commllteea had ar
ranged everything for the evening.
MukIc, luncheon .refreahmentii a'l of
tbe different varltle that have yet
been Invented, and of the beat quality
of each, were waiting the Klka and
At S:30 p. m. the Hon. John B. Oral
ke called the meeting to onb-r and In
troduced the Hon. J. Itruce Polworth.
of Cathlamet, an maitter of cervmoiilea
of the evening. Mr. Polwortih la well
known here, and every one knew lhat
hla wlectlon waa a good one. Mr. Pol
worth male a chariicerlsllc atee'h,
which waa received with round of ap
plause. It waa full of toumor and made
a great hit with the fun-loving Elks
ami their frlenda.
Two mandolin clubs were o t hand
and alternated wllh Instrumental se
lections, while a regular program waa
carried out between the Interludes. A
number of songs were sung and there
were aome splendid recitation. Un the
regulw program Meaara. Drake, (Ille.
Hrewer and Bennett, ea.'h sang eolo
and were encored and responded paa-
Ingly. Meaara. Swope. Meany and Ual-
glty eaoh gave r'cllatloiin which were
appropriate and well received.
Bldea the regular program un Im
promptu program waa rendered which
always proves one of the Interesting
featurea of attBlka enU'rlalnmeltl." One
of the beat C the feature wa ft
aong and encore by th Hon John Fox,
cuatoma oollector. For hi Introductory
he sang after the JCIk had decreed
rtrot U(!h should be the caae, hla fa
moua ' Morarlty." and afterwards
aang under the aame condition " Mul
Then every one prea-nt who W4 call
ed upon had to perform such service
as waa decreed agalnut him, whether
it wa a aong, apeeoh or reeltation,
and many were called upon and many
fntereitlng features were Intrtxluced.
In the meantime, leading members of
the order, who were on the committee
to look after the Inner wants of those
present, were serving things to eat and
drink, The best quality wa given
In this line as well aa In ail other., and
with the whole Interspersed with mu
sic and wit and humor, It was truly
one of the most enjoyable evenings In
the history of the order.
A number of visitors from distant
points were present ,and ull visitors
and members expressed themselvea as
never better pleased In their Uvea. The
sodlal will result In good for the lodge.
Wandered Too Near the Breakers and
Lost His Life.
A fisherman by the name of Fi'ed
Anderson, who waa In the employ of
the Booth Cannery Company, was
drowned yesterday afternoon while
striving to take In hla net near Pea
cock spltt. The accident happened at
about 1 o'llock, Just when the tide was
turning to come in, a time when the
bar 1i In Its very roughest condition.
It was the same old story. Ander
on permitted hla boat to drift too near
the breaker and when he left ' the
management entirely to hla boat puller,
Ounner Kyllo, wlille "he hauled In the
net ,th rough water proved to be loo
much for the atrengih of one man. A
eroi wll caught the boat broad aid
and cepte4 It, throwing both occu
pant Inta th river. O liter flahermen
happened to be near by and aeelng the
disaster f the ill-fated craft they Im
mediately pulley to their rescue. Aft
er a short but bard buttle with the
wave. 01 Johnson, one of th rescu
ers, gucceeded In reaching Kyllo, who
clung to :he aide of th rap1il boat
and took him on board; but Anderson,
who wa pitched headlong Into the serf
waa lost from view In th multitude
of breaking wave. Tt 1 suppoeed that
the under-current carried him to ea
before he again came to the surface.
Johnson brought Kyllo in to shore and
another fiaherman by the name of Bel
nea, a near friend of the drowned man,
towed in W boat,
Anderao.1 wa of Norwegian paren
tage, about 23 year old and unmar
ried. Il had tn In torla, con
nected with the flahlng Induairy for the
past al xyear and waa well and fav.
urn lily known among Jlhe fishermen on
both sine of th river.
Those In eye shot of the mishap
spoke very highly of the service of the
life-saving crew, under Captain Stuart.
They ald that the crew arrived at the
siKit In a remarkably hort time, con
sidering the distance and the turbu
lanle of the water, and althougn tne
fishermen had rescued both man and
boat, they could not help but admire
the during efforta of thone who make
It a bunlne to risk their Uvea for the
The skin ought to be
clear ; there is nothing
strange in a beautiful face.
If we wash with proper
soap, the ? kin will be open
and . clear, unless the
health is bad. A good
skin is better than a
The soap to use is
Pears'; no free alkali in it.
Pears', the soap that
clears but not excoriates.
Sold all over the world.
Bids will be received for the con
struction of a school building for
school district No. 18, John Day River,
until May 31, 12. Plana and specifi
cations can be seen at the ofttee of the
Astoria Abstract Company. The right
is reserved to reject any or all bids.
, JOHN LKWI3, Clerk.
31100 NB. corner Franklin Ave. and
Third St., 50x100, with attracUve eight-
room collage; city water; view that
cannot be obstructed, and seven min
ute walk from pos'ome. This prop
erty is worth $1500, but 1 am leaving
the city and would rather sell than
rent. E. C. LEWIS.
Active agents wanted for "The
World on Fire" by Murat Halstead.
Burning mountains In American In
die explode, destroying titles full of
people, startling history of appalling
phenomena, threatening the globe; 600
big Illustrated pages, Only $1.M- High
est endorsement. Biggest " profits
guaranteed. Agents clearing from 33
to 325 dally. Outfit free. Enclose II
cents for' postage. The Dominion Co.,
Dept. L, Chicago.
NOTICF. OF FUNEJRAL.
All members of Seaside lodge No.
12. A. O. U. W are reiiU'nted to meet
In the lodge room jt 1 o'clock p. m.,
Thursday, May 29, to attend the funer
al of our lute Brother Jaa. C. Lldwell.
By order of the Master Workman.
Of Interest. For this week we will
make special prices on goods as fol
low: DIKfcnnc widths f, 7 !. and 12 in
Newest shades; at 6c
I rA Appliques, Galloons, Torchon
-dtc and Valencennes, 12i. 15, 18,
20, and 25 cent quality, at lto.
Men's Soft Dress Shirts 'ntv7
iserTioniitrlpe. Ktoh and tasty color
ings, $1.50 value, at 31.00.
Men's and Boys' Crush Hats ,w
plain and fancy checks, 26o and 48c.
25 Per Cent Discount
lar retail price on alV trimmed and
MOUSE'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
50B-10 Commercial St. Astoria. Ore.
A It Ml money Inverted In
MILLS COIN OPERATING MACHINES
will Mty you phenotnt'iut prottw. we r the
ttrorit manufftrturttrn of coin operating machinery
in ihj world. 4it our rat nt ova.
KILLS KOVELTY CO., Chicago.
II to 23 Ssutk Jelaraaa ttraet.
DO NOT NEGLECT
THE LITTLE ILLS OF TODAY
The- I'm of
Will Kradltale from flic ISI.hhI
hikI S.vati'til tli Sfi-tU
As grtiina of sand make our lofty
mountains, drop of water the mighty
ocean, and aa our massive buildings
are mud.- of 'joe, brick piled upon an
other, ao do the llt'le Ilia of life con
tribute to the building up of deadly
disease In the body.
Experienced medical men claim that
fatal trouble If not banished at once,
women enter the summer season with
little Ills and symptom or disease,
which mum develope Into serlia and
fsa! troubles if not banished te one,
j We hi-ar our . friends comp alr.lng
daily of rheumatism tnlni.-k-, tharp
'and darting teuralgic palncs, dyspepala
'pain in the lide and b.k. nctvoua-
nc, and aleepleasneax; and we see
Iwlth our own eyes the effect of Im
pure biood In facial blotcbs, eruptions,
and sores. The little Ills and pa inn of
today build up the alarming and fatal
diseases that follow days and weeks
Wlae and Intelligent people who have
looked into the claim of Palne'e Cel
ery Compound and follow it remark
able cure of relatlvea, frlenda and
neighbor, use It themselves with faith
and contldence, to banish their sym
ptom of coming trouble, to clenae
the blood, to re-eetabllnh nerve force,
energy, and bodily atrength, ao that
they will be in condition to withstand
the enervating effect of the coming
In every community where Paine'
Celery Compound haa been used at thl
season to banish diseaae, it la regarded
as a godsend. Workers in offloea, shop.
factories, and weary and run down
wive and mother in their home have
thanked Heaven for Dr. Phelp' mar
velous prescription, because It made
them weH. Try a bottle or two, ye who
are ailing and sick; It will give you
what you most stand In need of
health and nerve life.
DIAMOND DYES Color anything any
color. Never fail! Always sure!
3600 Bight acres Just south of town
at Junction of county and old military
roads. Lay well; suitable for plot
ting; a small ranch or suburban home.
I paid $1000 for thl. E. C. LEWIS,
Arrangements have been made to
run a steamer to Greenwood cemetery
and return on Memorial day. ' Round
trip 25cts. Will be limited to 200 pas-
senders. Call early for Information
and secure tickets at Pohl's undertak
We have a splendid assortment of
. Bike and Golf Suits
Never had such a good variety of
styles. Call and examine our
stock. We have
Suits. Bike Pants,
Belts, Caps, Etc., Etc.
Suits from f .00 to $9.00
S. Danziger & Co.
Being .Distributing Agent for the Now Famous Black Cat
Stockings, we have been authorized to disjioMO of 100 dozen at
the following reduced prices TO ADVERTISE Til EM.
ai.Arr cat huto
Our regular 25c double knee hosiery now l.V, our triple knee
hosiery usually sold for .35c now 23c; our ODc cashmere hosiery for 35c
Money Refunded if Not Satisfactory.
Shauahan Bid. Commercial Street,
STRICTLY FOR THE HOME .
ANEW CONSIGNMENT OF nAon DclfOfO
I BRIGHT AND ORIGINAL 11101311, DdSHclS
.fine ,:: .
Souvenir Dishes hukcht.
Fancy Silver Ware 0t4tn
Cut Glass, Etc. fiu.
FOARD & STOKES CO.
Thoroughly renovated and modernized. The most
popular eating place in Astoria. Open all night.
Only white he!p. John Blasich, Prop., Eleventh St.
Special Drive on Rugs
Add Comfort and Beauty to Your Home
Ilandsonie Patterns, Best Qualities, Prices from 35c tip.
Lovely Moquettes 95c and Upward. Handsome Pro
Brussels Art Squares, $4.50 and Upward. . : . . ,
Nothing Better. Prioes Lowest. Call' and See.
H. H. ZAPF, The House Furnisher.
TRULLINGER, EASTABRQQK & CO.
Jobbers and Dealer in
CIGARSK, TOBACCOS, SMOKER'S ARTICLES, PLAYING
CARDS, STATIONERY, AMBER GOODS, CUTLERY, ETC.
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES ,,
Commercial St Mtrkel Affords.
We are prepared to male them on
short notice and of the best materials.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of oastlngs or pattern work. Lowest
price for . flrst-clase work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
$15 Commercial Street
Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, '25 cents,
Sunday Dinners a Specialty. .
the W Itf IVhiflhlA
Sccw Bay Ires &
Cor. IStk nd Fnalillo . I