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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1002
H A V E YO U
IVcich'if Grope Juico"
Ross, Hfgglns & Co.
T0DAT 8 WBATHBR,
POHTLAND, July 2.1,-Oiirnflr,
ftllaivtly wnroicr except tr the coast,
7.50 SWT FOR t I.M
io, m sciT ron i.oo
ij w suit Von .....w.oo
13 00 SUIT FOH ... 11. M
17. SO 8t?IT POJt U.M
M.00 Bt'lT KOH 11M
12. so friT von M.
tS.Oo' fUIT von 10.00
Oaaton aella feed, aralo ant hay.
five bartxra at the Tatace flatlM.
Jlly liiiw, fruit jam. Jnr cap
and rul'lr for by Johnaon Iiroa.
Yuunsr JapuiiiW by wanta attuatlon
tn family. Iniulre at 13 Commercial
You will find the bet 16o nwal In
the oiiy at the ritalnar Bun Itoataunutt
No. Ill Commercial' atret.
New mock of fancy gooda Jut ar
rived at Yoki'tinm Uaaaar. CaJl and
are Uie lit(t-t novvttlea from Japan.
8nd In your order fur your wlnter'a
aupply of fir, alab or hard wood to Kel
ly, the transfer man. 1'hone 2211 black.
All amoker nioke the "Pride of
Aatorla" clgare. No bettter made.
Manufactured by MacFarlane & Kno
bel. You can buy Newbro'a lierptclde,
the great dandruff cure, for 75 cent
per bottle at the Occident Barber
Ulcycle rppalrlng with akltl and
promptnera. Suppllea In atock; work
truarantrrd. ltt'llimce Klcctrtcal Work
421 Bond Pt.
Wantfd. A young man to take po
sition a aienogrnpher and office clerk.
Apply t Aftorlan office.
k Tokc rilin. which are Baatcrn oya
tore developed in tihoalwater bay, are
unltk all othra-good at any aeoaon
of the year. They are fat and deli
cious Craw-flnh are now Juat In aea
aon and are excellent eating, aa are
-craba and all the other numoroua d
llcaHM) wnrcl ao nkllfully at the Tokt
I'olnt oyUr lioune on Eleventh atrert.
OUR PRICES -
Great EostcrnTurniturc Co.
Soli everything youlwftiit'forjthe
homo and st-U it alowostinees,
CASH - OR - INSTALLMENTS
We arc unlondiiig a carlontl of Furniture nntl
Carpets. Call and soo the now- goods at prices
to suit you. We will mako your mattress or re
pair them for you. Try one of our own make
couches. EASY TERMS IF 'DESIRED.
Great Eastern .
M( Commercial St.
TRIED IT? !
Wnnled.-lood girl for general
housework In wmall family; food wsg-
Apily at Mm, b, Dempsfes, But
terfMd Cuttag, Seaside, Ore.
Th date of the new-cnterprUt ex
cutukm to B-Mld. I August 3. Don't
fall to buy ticket awl attend, for ev
erybody will b along to enjoy a fine
day at the beach,
-' f !
Diamond " C" guap U the bet. Thl
tlHd llMnH lirni'an l.i, U ...... .. ikk
avlng housewife, who appreciate
'price and quality, too, For al by
J It owim, guaranteed pur, delivered
I to any part of th city, lis oenti a pint,
tIe cream tdst. Beat frh candle.
. Prlvat room. Parlor C4dy Store,
481 Commercial street.
j ilMya coal smi long-, la cleaner
;and make Iom trouble with alovea
'and chimney Hum than any other coal
'on the market, Georg W. Sanborn,
j agent. Telephone 1311.
j Plumbing, tinning, gtt and atatn
Inning at lowest rate and In work-jnmn-likt
manner, Order promptly
.executed. Shop, No, 4:6. Bond street.
'JOHN A. MONTGOMERY.
llull'a Juniper Kidney Cure la the
;lwt kidney medl.in In the market
; We gun ran tee tt to do the work, If it
don't give relief In one day return
, ili buttle and got your money. Cha.
Couohsswe carry the largest and
ihett elocttd atork In Ua city. The
line Include both smooth and tufted
i oouh. whlcdt we are offering at tow
'er price than other dealers. Charle
! Hcllborn & Son.
A Irttfr received from Ilrlatol Bay,
Alaska by the Columbia Kiver Pack
rri. atatca that the run of ft ah there
In very MlUfuctory, and that all the
Nuahaitak cnnnorlp are running full
The Puatal Telegraph offlce la drap-
i-d with crp out of rMixvl to the
memory of the late John W. Mafkay.
who dhd a few day ago In lxmdon.
Mr. Wai kay waa president of the com
pany. W. V. MKlrrg'tr, of the Aatorla Box
Company, who h Juat HMurned from
trip to Deep Ittver, reporta Hint
ther N ronrtdcraWe activity In the
nuliig rtmpa thc-re. Six rafte are now
In the water ready to be towed to
nmrk.-t. Tlt log represent a value
of more th.m $' M.
(Mward Oulgley. a logger employed
at P. C. Mten' Svenaen camp, waa
veerday operated upon at Bt. Mary'a
hiwpltal for blood pobwnlng, the mid
dle finger Ix'lng amputated. The poi
soning waa due 4o an Injury received
while Qulgley waa working at the
ctmp. Dr. Btea perfonned the oper
ation. The Intereated proerty ownera at
Tongue Point ycterday agreed on the
terma of the deed of conveyance to
Oeorge W. Hume, and thr In now
absolutely no chance of the propoeal
fnlHng through. Mr. Hume haa oiMwrv-
H hid iiauol practice of ruahing thing
and nlivady la rl"K about the build
ing of tlw mill.
The run of fish yeaterday ahowed no
mwterlnl change over that of the pre
vious day, and receipt at all the pack
ing iwune were very heavy. At the
Kinney cannery no fih waa received
until lale In the afternoon, but at the
Klmore cannery the employe wera
buy all "dtiy. Aa yat there la no
Imifeat'on of the anticipated July run. '
On next Saturday the famou Hw
Ho.a, or BUek Cata. will get together
at Long Iteach for th commetii ement
of' tholr annual aemtiri. Vmr mw
member will be itilllated frwiu thl
f;ity-.W. W. Whipple, tt, U. cMnp
bflll, rt P. Dy awl Arrhltm-t Wln
lera. At;i U U the moblllxatkm pHni
t( thl agrgt, of awmlll mn
and the cantatanatlon prombien to be
m npwclii. liiterallne,
At the met'liig of the great coun-
uil of Hcdinen, In Portland, Aatorla
captured two of the tx male offlcea,
The , folloAlng grel council rfllo)ra
have boen eli.-cl'.nl: Or-Mit a-hiiii, U
II. Iteedrr, of Pendleton; great eenlor
asgamore, a, V, Oilon, of Porll.ndi
gnat Junior agamore, II, L, llonder
aoi, of Aatorla; great prapiict. Dr, 8,
lwla King, of Portland; rrt chief
of mora, WiilHm C, A. Pohl, rf Aa
torla; great keeper of wgmputn, J. H,
Unbfl, of Portlai.d.
Thts work of repairing the extension
to Taylor avenue la going forward
rapidly, and the thoroughfare will noon
be' thrown open to travel, New plank
ing I being laid and the underpinning
will' be replaced whefe It la necee.
tiary. Judae Taylor ,obJt?ctl.n to
anything In tht line of a permanent
Improvement In due to hi 'oppoalllon
to the building of a street on trele
work, He feel that a street dh'Hild
be built around Ike Point, tut tbt It
ahotild 4w built tn anrkl ground. I'er
http by next aummr H will be po
lble to put through auch a at reel,
and In the meantime the old atceet
i-an be made to answer the purpoae,
For aome time pant the Punh Club
hn iie-n making an effort to Induce
the llghthou.ia department of the gov
ernment to build a boulevard to
Tongut) Point, where the buoy 3.pot
h lm'ated. Captain lAoglltt Milieu
that It will be nece.-iry for the club
to aecure ermiion frotn the depart
n.rnt U crww the ervtttlon at the
Tongue, ard he offer hi amtlhlanee.
It mtsttm Captain Uwgfltt under
Htnntla that the club' deeire to build
the road, whcriaa the club wanta the
depurtimnl to build It. A boulevard
wtuld be a great ctmvenlence, but if
ft I built the department must Co
the wotk. fc
The funeral of Charlea Stahl. who
waa drowned Sunday at Seaside, will
be hold today from 4W l!at Eugene
atreet, Portland, under Ihe auaplcea of
Multnomah Cwnp, No. 77, Woodmen
of the World, The young man had
many friend In Portland, who pay a
Mgh tribute to hi character. He
aerved two yew a a vmpital riurfe
In Uie Philippine, and In hla travel
had accumulated fund of Informa
tion that made him an Interesting and
entertaining compnnlin. He wwt Inirn
In CaUfomla- and hi ;'ar';ni relde
in Oukland. Ill father, 13. P. 8tahl.
who waa In Stiuhern Oregon on a bua
tne trip, wa notirlo.1, and la now
In Portland." Hla mother ha atao ar
rived. At latt night' me.lliig of the Puh
Club th park committee reported tliat
It had framed a letter to C. W. Shlve-
ly, reqiifRtlng that he execute to the
trustee of the club a deed for the
north naif of the 12-acre tract pur-
chajMHl by the Putth Club tor park pur-
tKwe. The club wa to pay 12SO0 for
the Innd. but the u-k commlwoion haa
not manifested a dlntftlon to take
the property off tlw hand of the
Pu'lh Club, and the cmmlttee 1 try
ing to so arrange matter that the
already paid to Mr. Shtvely will
not be lost. Hurrttam L. Hamblct,
who will return to Portland In a few
day, will take up the neceiwary doc
ument and Interview Mr. Shlvely rel
ative to the matter. .
A few day ago Chief of Police Hal-
lock rpc4ved a wire from Sheriff Sto
rey, of Multnomah county, asking him
to hold a young woman who had run
away from her home In Portland. The
poltco tot.k into custody a Mis Hat
tie Smith, who answered the descrip
tion perfectly. Mfca Smith protested
that he had not run aay from home,
but she wa held, and remained in
Jail lnt Saturday nlgM. The follow,
ing night he wa tak-.-n to PortUpd
on the Potter. Mlaa 8mith bore her
Incarceration wfth rare fortitude und
Jld not go through the weeping per
formance that would follow the arreat
of almost any girl of 18. When die
reached Portland ahe wa taken to the
woman whoe girl had Mown, but,
while (die waa almost the Image of
the missing one, the mother rtatUly
aw that he waa not her daughter.
Ml Smith had come to Astoria with
her alrter, who "went out to the Lewla
and Clark, and yeaterday fhe returned
fnwi Portland to Join her sister.
A ludrlcroua error crept into the
announcement of the Rllor Piano
House published In' yesterday' Aato
rian, whlt'h thnt popular firm v 111
hardly stand for. The paragraph re
ferred to reads as follows: "You -will
he surprised whm you know that you
can get one of these fine pianos for
as lllflo aa J1S6. Thlmt of It: It
means a saving of at least $100. No
other deakr on the coast could t?ll
an Instrument like one of these for
lea than $3W an.l they would repre
sent, toto. Uliat you were one In Sac
ramento." Instead of nuk'ng the re
dtculou Raju'l'.o.t that the fortunate
P'.trchajor who Is uiwJhit enough to
have $100 on the purchase of a fiaiio
I "one in Sacramtnto" It was the
Intention to make the innocent asser
tion " you were gvtttng a bargain' at
that figure." While It Is a fajt that
a , large number of these Instruments
have been oold to Sacramento people,
the correct reeding is more liarmon-
The nnntiat report of Captain W. C.
Ltngfltt, Vnlted 9tte englnr, ha
bn mitda puW'.c Th report review
all lh work that ha ten done on
tlfi Columbia liver aid l an intert
liig atory of the progrea of that un
dertaking. Acwdlnaj to tl report
the amount expended on the project
of im and KM wa m.TZ.i, whilo
the amount expendtd on the preaent
project wa 1233,4(4. 47, making a total
2.2W.227.0I expended to June 10, rm,
There U avillabl for lh Improve
ment of the mutith of tho river the
ouru of 0520,369 SO. The . rtimatei
amount retilre1 for the completion of
the present project U $l,77,IS1.4. The
report add that the amount that can
be expende-1 pro'luWy In the tlc,i
year ending June ito, lw), In . addi
tion to thtJ luliici uncxtit-ndcl July
1, 110-;, It oo,000. Th amount ap
propriated for the Impiovt-m'rnt Of the
river along the AMotia waterfront wa
$121,u&0, and the amount expended up
to the tiitm of the fliral year ending
June 30, 1K02, wa f71,MS. luavlng an
available balance of f,75.09. '
A meeting of the regatta committee
will probably tie held tonight at the
Commercial Club, and Jt 1 extreme
ly probable the regatta will be called
off for thia ytar. ihe finance com
mittee lia bacunie tnorougltiy )-
guated wfth the attitude aumed by
'ome of the bualncH men, ihoe who
reap the greatest benefit being the
loot anxlou to ttt the carnival.
No begging wa done and- the " hard-
eat' men were seen first 'fh result
'tt the t an v a waa nt at c-1 1 aatls-
fact'iry to mcrnwr -f the coinmltttc.
and, while the general committee h
nut yet authorl'Ml any announcement
to that effect, tlw thane. are the re-
gatu will be called off. A member
of the committee said yeaterday about
the matter: "To begin with, we 1iave
have not the time to pull off a re
gatta that WMild be aalsfactory, and
we do not Intend to make a frost of
H. In the aeoond place, those who
Mhould gladly aubacribe want the com
mittee to call several time for an ans
wer, and thl w absolutely decline
to do. Failure to hold a regatta thi
year ought to teach AMorla a val
uable lesson, and to demonstrate that
work on the carnival should' be begun
In April." Thl view hi generally shar
ed by member of the committee.
On Sui.day. August 1, the Joint
manufactories cumniltt.je' it the Cham
ber of Commerce and Puah Club will
give a big excursion to Seaside and
all loyal Asturian will attend It. When
the committee iun.lrtoik o vata,bllBh
rew enteiprtnes at Bmitlt Point It be
came neceanary to guarantee payment
of the railroad spur built there and
the available fund wa found to be
!0o show. Now hc committeemen
will be requlrvd to pay thl sum out
of their own pocket unlea it tan
be ralrcd in some manner and the ex-
(iimkon has been planned. A round.
trip fore of 75 cents for adults and
50 cent for children ha been made
nd the work of selling tickets will
be commenced to-lay. The Push Club
bwt night named Messrs. Whipple,
Gaston and Morse as the etiramlUeo to
take charge of the ticket-selling, but
all A-torlnns cslkd on are expected
to help. The object is a most worthy
one, and there to no valid reaaon why
the entire amount of tie? deficiency
should not be made up. The mem.
ber of the committee have held dally
seasons for months, have neglected
their business affairs, and in other
way have made sacrifice for Astoria.
Now the people of the city are afford
ed An opportunity of aerating the com
mittce financially, and everyone should
buy a ticket. It Is the purpose to
make the excursion one worth attend
ing, and an Interesting program will
be arranged for the day. Those at
tending will not only assist the com
mittee, but will as well get a run for
their money., ,
THE POST CHECK.
A bill ha been before congress to
retire the present five, two and one
dollar bills and substitute notes, pay
able at any postofilce, which shall pass
as currency, ir it become a law it
will prove as invaluable to many forma
of business as Hostetter Stomach
Bitters is to those wh art;, weak and
lckly. To auch personftirW medicine
will prove a blemgV?S"rjGge who
are weak and sickly. T such persona
It contain only such ngredtenta as
will build up and slre$ jthen" the en
tire yf!tem. It will ioj ., up the stom
ach, restore the appej :i, and cure
heartburn, belchmg, ) Jadtche, Indi
gestion, constipation, Jllousnees and
Insomnia, Ion't fall tfttry It, but do
not accept a substllu If you value
your health. There ls.o medlolne so
good as. the Bitter. For sale by drug
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell excur
sion ticket to all North Beach joints
Ilwaco to Nahootta .Inclusive, every
Sunday during the season at the very
low rate of tl for the round trip.
Tickets will be good returning either
by steamer Nahcotta or T. J. Potter,
but only on date of sale.
CHILDREN FOR ADOPTION.
The Oregon Home Society desire to
find home for three boys babes, very
desirable onee, and one girl babe; also
a girl of 15 year and boy of 10 years.
Mr. I. F. Tobey, superintendent of the
home, fs now in Astoria and any com
munication for htm may be left at
this office. . Ths children may be tak
en on a three months' trial, ,
BIO DAY AT CANJfEPJ FA
How ffalmon P.ecord Wm Broken at
Klmore' plant, '
Th latest novelty In almori pack
ing i not a race between Individual
memlrt-r of a cannery crea', but be
tween different cannwy force collec
tivfty. Each la now vieing with the
other for a record day pack, and thu
far there haa been some fine work.
The record ha be mi maahed, and if
there I any oecaalon to do bo It will
again be broken. . .,
The holtiiftJeit commenced 'vhen the
contracting China employer of the
Blmore and Kinney canneries, belong-
,ng to the Packer, became Involved
In a dlttpute a to the working ability
of their respective crew, . Wong Lem
preside over the men employed at
the Kfnney cannery, whlie Ah Bock
officiate in like trapacly at he El
more cannery. The two tanneries had
betin Jogging along about evenly for
several day, but Bock " eklnned "
l one day this wee whn he
man-jgM to pack lru.' ca'i. When
Jm learned f thli bt w,i pretty
much riled, anj Jeterm-H! 19 "j f
pew mark for hi Mend Bock. Ac
cordingly, he ; -t together a good
crew and went :vt .1 The reult of the
day work wa :W) met.
Then. came Boiit'j rtcord-brmKlni
tack. On fueyuy nurning hi men
started at 5 o'clock, nd when Ihiy
Jqult at Vi that night th.y had
potked 2012 caf -jnd ? can. Th.'
wa by far the greatest day's work
ever done n n Columbia, river can
nery, ami if avor.e l.reaks U,e leoord
Hock declare-i he will pat-K S!W caes.
There was in -oTort on th-s jart of
an afternoon patr to "Josh the
atatonent regarding the record pak
at the Elmore eennery, but the fig
ure . given aje b.lutly correct,
having been takn from the tally
shat-t theie. .riait from the Co-op.
llne Elmore and Kinney canneries
are the only plan: on the river which
can put up more than 1000 cases In a
12-hour day, notwithstanding contrary
statement. The Co-op last year,
during the great run, had a,t work as
many people a could possibly assist,
and on that day the pack was 1400
case. The other canneries cannot
possibly cack more than 1000 cases,
and at Vie present time they have not
the help to pack more than SOO cases in
T. D. Woolley, of Portland, Is in
C. W. Hod son was down from Port
Mis Goos, of Portland, is visiting
Mia 1,11a Suth-rland. ' '
King H. Lee, of Brodertck. Cal..
wa in the city yeaterday.
Mr. K. H. Lee, of California, 1 vis
iting relatlveM at Warrenton.
I. C. Bogart, a Portland traveling
man, was In the dty yesterday
Mrs. Harmon, of Warrenton, was
visiting friend in Astoria yesterday.
Miss Miud liayles left last nlghMo
enj-y a rix weeks visit In California.
Miss Oeorgia King, of Portland, is
visiting Warrenton friends and rela
Walter C. Barnhart, of Tacoma, was
among the arrivals at the Occident
Miss May Norton leave today for
Portland, wh?re she will accept a po
sitron with Day Brothers.
County Assessor Carnahan will make
an official trip to the rural districts
today. He will be gone until Sunday.
Mr. H. L. Heticb and family leave
today for Eugene, there to reside. Mr.
Hetich Is In business In the Valley
S. E. Harri is rapidly recovering
from hi recent illness, and yesterday
left the hospital and returned to hlj
H. J. Slrard. of Portland, Is In the
olty representing? the Eller's Piano
House. Mr. Slrard will be here dur-
Ing the present week.
Harrison L. Hamblet came down
from Portland yesterday and went
over to Toke Point to look after his
oyster Interests there.
Tin Misses Chamberlain, daughters
of the governor-elect, and Miss Van
Water, of Portland, arrived In . the
city yesterday and leave today for
NehaJem, where they will visit with
Mrs. C. H. Wheeler.
Proposals will be received by
the undersigned lor driving; and
Clipping one thousand (more or
less) piles. The undersigned re
serves the right to reject any or
All bids must be in at the Occi
dent Hotel nt noon of July 2Kth,
Rooms, 5, 7, i and 9. Tythian build
ing over, Cooper's store.
DR. JAT TUTTLE,
HATS TRIMMED Fit EE.
Mrs. R. Ligleton has Just opened a
nice line of ladies' hats, skirts, shirt
waists, and all kinds of ladles' and
children's furnishing goods. Including
hair switches and pompadours. A
chanoe for the 500 piano given free
with every 50o purchase. Commercial
street, opposite Budget offlce.
RJERCHANT - TAILORS
AND DKALE.R4 IN ,
Dry Goods, Fictions and Furnishing Coeds
"Nt'jw',rrouK " jfEW stock '
SUITS MADE TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE .
Fine Line of Suit attorn in stock. Cleaning and Repairing,
Astoria tailoring Co.,
WK CAN' SAVE
SHOES . . . .
URUCfcRIES . ,
0 C0IIIT2 ink vcrt'Tiaicc
FLOUR AND FEED
V. H. COFFEY,
th UNIVERSITY Pi OREGON 1
j The first Semester, Ssion 1902-13O3, opens Wednesday, Sep- 3
! tember 17 th. The following schools and colleges are comprl- M
I ed in the university. Graduate school College of Litera'ur.
t Science and Arts College of Science and Engineering Cnivc M
J sity Academy-School of Music School of Medicine School of 3
j ' " Law. W
Tuition free except In r-'hoois of LawMediclne and Music. M
j (Incidental fee, 110; student body tax, 2.50 per year.) Cost of S
j Uving from $100 to $200 per year. For catalogue address, f , H
I Registrar of the University, Eugene, Ore. 8
Cheaper Than Gas
Better Than Wood
FOARD G STOHES COMPANY
TRULLIXGER, EASTABR00K & CO.
DCC 18SOBS TO
Jobbers and Dealers in
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, SMOKER'S ARTICLES, PLAYING
CARDS, STATIONERY, AMBER GOODS, CUTLERY, ETC.
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
We are prepared to make them oa
short notice and of the best material.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of castings or pattern work. Lowest
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
STATE NORHAL SCHOOL,
470 472 cwermist.
YOU MONEY OX
- Some Splendid Values
For U ales, Children and Men
Freshest Stock in Town
Fresh Every Day
- Get Qir Prices
-BEST OF SERVICE.
Restaurant in tie City
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
, Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
M 1. Whifjple
515 Commercial Street
Scow Bay IrcnO
Cor. 18th sad Pttokliu are:
Graduates of the school are In con
stant demand at salaries ranging from
$40 to $100 per month. Students take
the state examinations during their
course In the school and are prepared
to receive state certificate on grad
uation. Expenses range from $120 to $175 per -year.
Strong normal course and well
equipped training department, ' The
fall term opens September Id. For cat
alogue containing full Information, ad
dress, E. D. RB8SLER, Prtwident, '
or J. B.BUTLKH, Secretary.