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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 3f. 1902
Monday, Sept. 1, 1902
Our store will ho closwl nil tiny alter ! n.
in. All otdiTH to bo delivered muHt ho in
Mora H'M) a. in. I'KACIIKS, SIXTY
CK.iTH I'KIt BOX.
Ross, HIgglns & Co.
. TODAY'S WEATI11R-
I't'.IlTLANn, Aim. fO.-Drron. Lift.
)io nivl Wiinhliwion-f ilr; n'lgluly
wuritki In Huuttil counliy.
(Well Mu.10 for. . 12Jc
They iiiv l.V kind.
1 VU)MWtKWU J
Our n'urc rloiH'" at ! . in. every
lay iisoi'pt .Saturday.
Oaitoa sells ruln and hay.
Five barber a: the ratace nattt.
Klk lailtr orv roiilcilou Just
Hi-vri.il vMlllig Elkn (lie iilrlnR llii-lr
antlr-ix at Si ulil ttidiiy.
The i-uimh fur il.nn;ih"n aRulimt Geo.
Kli-u in- imiili-ont-.l until Tuesday,
Tin' pIimiimt llnliiii I ) I it r piinwil up
Htriim y-tcnly In li k up a load of
Mull 1ii y for I-Vrn lllll liner lwi-n
i IuUik-I l' MnitiluyH, WV.IucbiIiijh mul
Tin- V.un lia niiiiicry nt KiiRle Cliff
Hill 1)0 III li-lUliil lIlll'llIK tin- full
Tlie John I'.iy m-licml limine in m-iitiy
rompl' i'-il. It Ih'Ihk now In the hands
of i In ..ilnt'in.
tin lo tin' A. K. & Ti. employ m-iit
dlUr. l.utior Hall, No. 528 Huml St.,
for (toinl ri'll'ililo hflp.
Tlx' I'.IIih tiiiiil val at rortliiinl In the
ciuihi- of mi ral ly closing of several
of tin' miiniiier hotels.
Tin- -!: ulitr meeting of the 0. it. F.
J', t'nli'ii will he licM on Weilnesilny
night liiHii-ml of Mnniluy.
You will find the best 15c meal In
the city at the Rising- Sun Restaurant.
No. C12 Commi-rclul trcct.
Tin- ItrltlHh ship Cypromene passed
In yvHti-i-iliiy from Antwerp nnil In ly
ing nt nnt hor. Ili-r enrgn consists of
nillroail Iron and genciul iiierchnrt-iIIhc.
Today v.e ojien our ik'W fall cnrnrls in (lio
now patterns nnd now colorings. New
pro lirussds Kugs in extra largo sixes.
See tl to new Indian Rugs, all the rage, in
tlio highest art of coloring. New Egyp
tian nigs in pyramid patterns. Buy the
latest. Our prices are right.
We Sell Furniture, Redding, Couches, and
everything for tho house at lowest prices.
M( t'oinnioreial St.
Monday being Labor liny tho orilln
iiry meeting of the city council will
lie lii-lil on Tm-xdiiy evening,
New mock of fancy good just ar
rived at Yokohama Hum or. Call and
! th latent novelties from Japan.
You con huy N'owhro' Hi-rplcldo,
tho ifrt dandruff cure, for 7S cint
per bottle o.t tho Oooldimt fturbsr
Nlc, rliw btirtlntt pear, Ho p." don-
The lutint block In tho new full
atyW'ii, Knox lintu, Juki In lit C. 11,
I The tue U'andun-r, Cpfln Krlc
Jolumoii, will be on ti-iiiimry duty o
i tin- bar until Hit? tug Tutoonh xliowa
i Up UKalil.
i Th- d(i-iiii.r lliirrliion wui off the
, Imr IowIiik In Hid Anita early lant
Wfiilnir, :v nil.- limy be expected In
port thin niuriiliiK.
' The I), It. & N. fo.'n di.iinH-r HaH
: Kiihi l i'i lnl today from Portland.
; fh" bring Hour to help I" loading
; the ili-rmun nieniner Ulna.
The bar nl tiray llarlnir In pukkIIiik
imvlijatoiii, 1'npliiln I ay, Hie Unlit-
liouw- liiHpo tor, report ununuitlly rap
id and iinri-tiwihul.il' uhlfilng.
The ileaim r Arc tic Ih experli-.l from
Stella Willi one uf Hie i,iiiiin-iiid log
nift. The tun Hpcnrer lit on the
mum- Job, the raft icliitf '.CO feet 1mm,
The only place to buy toilet articles
und druiiglxt kuii.IiI-h In at licijerit'
iliUKitore. You Know where It In.
, Cull and examine Komln and bo con-
Next Tuejulay forenoon nt 10 o'clock
Hie nberllT will -ll tit public miction
In from of the court houm- the r-al
eMnle and taxen bid 111 for taxes for
the year MX
Mitt. Wukoiici' claim for the return
of Convict Merrlll'D body Ihin Iwen dlH
allowed on h-tfal polntn. She will
probably b- r'-lnibuiHed for inoiiey
mw-iit in noun- other way.
J llilffet lo pl'rtrt I he inoltt fal Idlouc,
the latent crentlrtin Bpl'-ndtdly planned
'nnd li;afinlllc'iitly coiittiu- ted, uni-x-'fclleil
for el.-uance. Your liwpcrtlon
ImlK-d. Chan. Hellborn A Son.
I The llalley Oatzerl wan delayed un
til Iirteen niliuiti to ! last evening.
! A lart" number of tehited puiotciiKers
; rrom Heaside, who had nilnm-d the
Iniln, took tlckein on the boat,
I'artlcB diRlrlnu to can dftmnon
pliiniM fhoiild have tut their order
now, an thin fruit will bCRln to arrive
within the next few dayn. nnd the gea
hoii for them U very nhort. JOllN
No article of furniture nddn more to
lie iippenrano of the home than n
hrir.dnonm Milelnwd. Vrom the lot
junt placed ?n dlnplay by Cha. Hell-
bt-iii & Son you can .'ecir- a beauty
l n very low (Inure.
j Iron bed arc fant upevnedlng the
cuiiiljeiHoino wooaen arucie uecuusu
they nro neiiU'i", :nor durable, eanl
!tiirv nnd vermin pr-nof. Tho latest
ni-odiictlona have Junt been rec?lv:d by
Chun. Iliillbarn & Son.
lnirliiK the pant year our palest for
our perfection blend .Mocha nnd Java
coffee have doubled. This alone proves
the fact that It pleases our customers.
If you are not usInK this blend of
coffee try It; remember your money
w 111 be refunded nt our more If It does
not plenne you.
rotmatr Reed fllv nolle thut In
honor of Labor Vay the poatofftVe will
open only during- th hour from 12:30
to 1:30, o In cuntomnry on legal holl
diiyn. There will be ons complete de
livery In the morning-,
Hportnmen are wiuer for Monday
morning- to duwn, and noiii of the
duck are iilrealy putting on mourn
ing. Hhootera rnunt reinembt-r that for
ninny kind of blrdn the nennon iloeg
not commence for another month.
Contractor Kern ha flnlnhed hi
work on the Hllvlu d (Jihshc ri-ef It
In now up to I'm If KaiM'n engineer to
pan on It. Mr, Kern came Into town
venterduv, and ntnle thut the Gray
Harbor Jetty I uIho upprouchlnK com-nli-tlon.,
Today will be a (treat day for or
Baulked labor at the Heanlde. The
train leave the I'nlon depot at 8 a.
in. Ticket, 75 ceiim, nnd children V)
cent. A (fay time I promlned nnd
nil the friend of labor lire Invited to
Join In the fun.
The cxcumlon to Henlde today will
really commence Labor f.i.y ftstivltle,
but all the principal tore will be
cloned on Monday. You can buy a
mutton chop or a naunuue In the early
morning but olhi-rwlne the merchant
don't wtmt your money.
Thone merry purlle Mill continue
lo ri-jtule at the Eleventh street re
rt liecaunti the toothnomc dellciicle
nerved nt the Toke Point Oyntcr houe
make It the mont popular place In the
town. Krenh Toke Point oynter and
other xlti-U fluli ulway on hnn-l.
I.lllle Hurry Puritan Welch wan
burled yenterdiiy In Greenwood cem
etery from the residence ut Alrer
brook. The Hev. F. lv Itell conducted
the nervicen, which were attended, by
tin- KnlKlit of I'ythlu and the Hath-bom-
.Slitter. Much nympathy In felt
for ili pnrenln, J, V. and Mrs. Welch,
Lnlmr day will be celebrated In As
toria by tin- lab ir union. An excur
ilon will lie Kivtn to Sea Me Kumlay,
Aukui-I 31. Fare, T5 rcnu for rouiid
tilp; children 40 cent. Train leaves
ilepoi at ti o'clo -k n. m. n tur.iln?
hfien Seahldu nt 4;t0 p. m. All
friend of orirnntxed Inbor nre cordi
ally Invited to attend. Thl will be
the lt evcurnlon of the ueawn.
I'or the Klk' Carnival and Ktreet
Fair to -ie hell at rortlnnd from
September 1st to 13th, Inclusive, the A.
'ft c. It. It. wll make a rate of U for
Hi-- rou'id trl; betwen Astoria and
Portland on the folowlng tlute: For
the evenlii train of September 3d,
mornlni; train Septembr 4th, evening
ti alii Septembr th, all train of Sep-aemlM-r
-Cth, and morning train of
September loth. Thene thket will be
irood in return until September 14th.
The r:il.:ilK-lli Utile Company con
cluded their engagement In thin city
last night with a capital performance
of the Ulnck Flag, Ml Hale, as
Navlne. wan nweet nnd charming ns
usual, her nnturnlness showing to
great advantage. Mr Plutt, us Simon
Tagarns, could not be improved upon.
In the part his every movement caus
ed roar of laughter. Mr. Reed was
manly as Harry Klyndon. nnd Mr. Ar
mour, nnd Mr. Pollnnd both deserve
mention. Minn France hould not be
forgotten, for In the part of the boy
she played well nnd carefully. The
Rliiabcth Hale Compuny Is without
doubt the bent nnd most refined stock
company that has pluyed Astoria for
years. Miss Hale Is on actress of ex
ceptional ability, who Is ur to mnke
a great mime for herself.
The following men were drawn yes
terday by County Clerk Clinton nndJ
Sheriff Linvuie to serve on jury mr
term of circuit court which convenes
on Monday, September 15.
George Oeffler, clam merchant, Clat
sop. l-M. O'Connor, butcher, Astoria.
F. A. Fisher, merchant, Astoria.
R. M. Louden, farmer, John Day.
Lexeii Anderson, farmer, Lewis and
T. O. Trulllnger, W'oodynrdmnn, As
toria. Alex Gilbert, capitalist, Astoria.
Win, Medley, hotelkeeper, Astoria,
A. 1. Cyrus, real estate, Astoria,
L. Agren, fisherman, Astoria.
C. A. Rot torn, farmer, Jewell.
Frank Cook, seiner, Astorlu.
L. Klrchoff, capitalist, Astoria,
T. A. Leuhey, clerk, Astoria.
Jacob Butt, farmer, Astoria.
Georjre John, farmer, Astoria.
E. C. Relnnp, farmer, Knappa,
Win, Miller, contractor, Astoria,
Chns. Iverson, teamster, Astoria.
A. E. Mlnnrd, fisherman, Astoria.
Ed. Ranks, farmer, Knnppn,
Robert McMnth, duli-yman, West
port. S. 11. Howard, farmer, Wise.
Alfred Olsen, fisher -nun, Astoria.
L. C, Kinney, capitalist, Astoria.
John Hnhn, merchnnt, Astoria.
John McMullen. farmer, Astoria.
Wm. Tngg, farmer, Clatsop.
I. N. Jones, scow-man, Astoria.
Frank Norberg, cnnnerymnii, Asto
ria. W. J. Scully, plumber, Astoria.
The Clerks' Union will hold Its reg
ular meeting at S p. m. on Monday
evening aUFasre's hall. After busi
ness has been disposed of ft social ses
sion will be held for which an excel
lent program has been prepared,
MAJOR SPEARS TALKS
c 1 1 1 1 : v i : x a i x i ; i: a o r j i t k a t
Claim Antorlii I Natural ( enter
of CoiiiiiH-n-e lor Klch ( oust
y.otw ol' )i i ;iiii,
Major Alfred F. Kenrn, who ha wide
experience In railroad building In Chile,
Peru, F.nglund and elsewhere, I the
consulting engineer of the Great Cen
tral Railroad Company, which will
build the line to Coo Buy from Suit
Ijiko City. After forty year' exper
ience In opening up and developing
new territory the major' opinion
about Rtorlu' future, u given to a
reprenentullve of the Astorltin, will be
of Interest "considering the enterprise
thown by moneyed men of Astoria,"
said Major Hear,
"1 don't understand their indiffer
ence to buninesa chances lying direct
ly in their province, except Hint every
ma n umong them has already all thut
he can attend to In the way of Invest
ment: for Astoria Is a place of great
Industrial enterprise. A. II, Hammond
I the mull that city ha wanted be
cause he see the chunce mid under
slund the methods of Interesting out
"If Astoria could strike for the
toast country, It would be u rival of
San Francisco or Portland. Hut after
all, none of our tople have realized
until liiluiy the vast resources exist
ing in the region between the Coast
Range nnd the Pacific ocean. Port
land blows for the 'Great Inland Em
pire' Ix-calise the development of that
region Is to enlarge the market for
Portland, Its nutural commercial cen
ter, lfut there Is more latent wealth
In one acre of the narrow Const none
of Oregon than In twenty-live of the
Inland desert. Astoria is the natural
tenter of that magnificent region. San
Francisco ha put on marine tran
portatlon to brag It ull und Is get
ting it, when by similar methods It
Is more accessible to Astoria. Ship
plug wheat or any other staple pro
duction of a region is not commerce,
which is entirely a transaction of mon
ey and not of tonnage. The fellow,
who e!ls the most goods makes the
money; It Is not made by the team
which drags the goods to the custo
mers, though he may thereby earn his
living. I consider that what helps
Portland helps Astoria, and vice
THREE LA t S MISSING.
At 7 a. m. yesterday morning three
boys went out fishing In a small skiff.
Their names ere Wendell Nelson, the
11-year-old son of Judge Nelson, and
the 9 and 13 year old sons of Peter
Munson. As it became duxk the par
ents becunie anxious. When it got
to 9 o'clock and there were no signs
of the boys returning, every effort was
made lo locate them. The pilots re
portfd smooth water everywhere, but
no signs of the missing ones. Tele
phone messages w ere sent in all direc
tions. Mr. Munson started out to go
down stream about 9:30 p. m., leav
ing the shore search to Judge Nel
son. 2 u. m. No news of boys.
LAST NIGHT'S BALL.
lictw.-en three und four hundred peo
ple presented their curds at Foard &
Stokes' hall last evnlng In response to
an Invitation issued by Mr. Herman
Wise. A sumptous supper was serv
ed und every one noueared to have
a good time. Good music v -'as fur
nished by the Columbia orchestra, un
der Cy Jones, with the clever Port
lander, Claude Mort.m, nt the piano.
A prize for the homoilest man was
given und one for the hindsonicst girl.
The vote awarded the lady's prize to
Miss Mary Cnmpi. Mr. J. G. Ross was
elected us the homeliest man, Leo Wise
having stepped outside. Before the
dancers left tluy called three hearty
cheer for the host, which Mr. Wise
NEW UNION FORMED.
A successful meeting of bridge
builders was held at Labor hall last
night, nnd as a result twenty-two
names were added to '.he American
Federation of Labor. The election re
sulted us follows:
President N. Clinton, ji : vlce-r resi
dent T. Van Ruren; lecordlng secre
tary E. J. Armstrong; flmuulal sec
retary nnd treasurer Charles Alt
ehnrn: conductor U. Stephenson,
warden and master i-t nrms T. Vin
cent; business agent lull.is WPder.
The lodge was organised t y Mr. J. F.
BIO RAFT LEAVES.
The Pope and Talbot raft passed
through here at 9 o'clock last evening,
only seven hours out from Stella.
The raft Is 600 feet long and Is In tow
of the three tugs, Richard llolyoke,
Tatoosh nnd Harvest Queen. The lat
ter does not proceed far on the Jour
ney. It Is probable that the raft will
be grounded at Flavel beach and go on
her long trip today.
THE BEST 13 NONE TOO GOOD
We can furnish you with the best for
no more than you might pay for the
worst, therefore, don't throw away
good money for poor service, but If
you are going East, or have friends
coming Wmt, let us tell you what
we can offer on Chicago, Washington,
New York, Boston, fit. Louis, Mem
phis, New Orleans and ftll Intermedi
ate point. Our rail are laid In 14
different state of the Union.
Communicate with us regarding
freight and passenger business. It's a
pleasure to reply to your letter.
B. H. TRUMBULL,
J. C. LINDSEY. Com. Agt.
T. F. & P. A.
143 Third Street, Portland, Ore,
Colonel John Adair Is In the city.
Dr. T. L. Hail and family are back
Rev. P. C. Helzler, of Satem, Is In
W. J., lngulls was In from Melville
Kvle Cole, of Wise, wvg seen In the
Mr. Cha. E. Branln. of Portland, Is
at the Occident.
G. F. Reed, of Portland, I registered
at the Occident.
Wrn. Chad wick was up from War
City Treasurer T. J. Dealey Is back
at his desk again.
General Robert Grant has returned
; from the mountains.
Paul Trulllnger, who Is intending;
Berkeley, Is In the city. ,
Mrs. Perry Olsen visited this city
from Sklpanon yesterday.
Lieutenant L. R. Weeks, of Fort
Stevens, Is still In the city.
Mrs. Wooden and daughter are In
from thler home at Jewell.
Charles Olsen returned from Port
'land on yesterday's noon 'rain.
P. C. Helzler. an old resident of Sa-
1 1...H Id rr.f7it..ee.l ill the Pn rkpf HmtW.
Miss Rose Kindred was In the city
yesterday from her home In Warren
ton. P. Heekard, the- Lewis and Clark
rancher, was a visitor in the city yea
terdny. A. Slgurdson, the road supervisor of
Warrenton precinct, was In town yes
terday. Miss Gertrude Kearney is spending
today with Miss Nellie Halferty In
J. D. Day is registered at the Par
ker. House. Mr. Day arrived recently
Penn Grimes, of Seaside, passed
the city yesterday, from Portland, en
route for the coast.
Guy P. Halferty, a young society
leader on the West Side, was seen on
the streets yesterday.
Frank Kline, a young cattleman of
Warrenton. was attending to business
In the city yesterday.
Rev. H. J. Colwell. a Presbyterian
minister from Minneapolis, Is visiting
the Rev. Henry Marcotte.
Charles Wickstrom has returned
from Alaska, via Seattle. Mr. Wick
strom went up north as mate of the
steamer Anna Barron.
The Misses Lewis, of John Day,
passed through the city, en route for
Chad well, to attend the basket social
and dance given there last night.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals, wanted for furnish
intr material and piling and for driv
ing and capping wharf at Portland,
Oregon, will be received at the office
of the American Can Company, 539
and 540 Worcester Block, Portland, un
til 1 o'clock p. m., September 10, 1902.
Dans and specifications may be seen
at the Portland or Astoria office of the
No bid w ill be considered unless ac
companied by certified check for 5 per
cent of the amount of bid.
The company reserves the right to
reject any and all bids or waive any
Informality in any bid.
Mrs. R. Ingleton U having & big re
duction sale on shirt-waists, skirts,
children's clothes, Infants' clothes, and
all kind of ladles' and children's fur
nishing goods, including hair switches
and pompadours. A chance for the
$000 piano with each 50-cent purcnase.
Commercial street, opposite Budget of
My styck of Men's anil Boys'
Shoes is unsurpassed for qual
ity. Close buying and low ex
penses enable me to sell tlie
best qualities at lowest prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE
643 Bond Street
"Beverly Garments" are tailored
to fit you perfectly
They are tailored in the prevalent,
incoming fashions, just before you
are ready to wear them.
"Ready-Made" garments are made
so early in the season that the ever
occuring changes in style make them
unstylish, unfashionable when you
The well groomed woman will
and why not? Popular prices keep
their cost lower than other tailored
garments, and seldom higher than
fine ready-made garments.
We make to fit more
than fifty styles from
over 300 patterns.
Late Fashion Plates, Fb
rtcs and Patterns for Fall
Styles la Suits, Cloaks
nd Shirts ready for year
The Leading Dry Grods Store of
C. H. COOPER
Beautiful Crockery Display
The Finest Assortment of Fancy Crock
ery anl Glassware ever seen la Astoria.
0 Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Special Fruit Dislies,Decorated Toilet Sets,
R Cut Glass, Bisque Figures, Water Crocks, Souvenir -Dishes.
ALL AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
FOARD 8 STOKES COMPANY
We also carry a Complete Line of Fancy Cutle ry
WE CAX SAVE
g SHOES -8
FUITi AND VEGETABLES
FLOUR AND FEED
Fit EE DELIVERY
V. H. COFFEY,
w i ar-k mi i
Large new stock of Morris Chairs, Morris
Rockers and Children's Morris Chairs.
gH. M. ZAPF, Tie House Furnisher fy
CLOSING OCT GO-CARTS AT COST. i
MERCHANT - TAILORS
AND DEALERS IX
Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishing Goods
New Line of ' Fall? and Winter Samples and
Fashions just Received from the beet factories. '
j Give us a trial order.
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Li flJlUIIU lUliUllliU HUii
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict adherence to it enables us to qualify willing workers to render
superior service as bookkeepers and stenographer. Our instruction it
unusually thorough a fact so widely known that reputation alone brings
us most of our students. Quality always counts. Examine into our
facilities better now than ever before. Industrious, willing students make
rapid advancement in all studies taken. Call, or write for our catalogue.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Washington Streets A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Principal
A BEVEBLY SUIT
YOU MOXEY ON
Some SplenlM Values
For Ladies. Children and Men
Fjeshest Stock In Town
Fresh Every Day
. Get Ojr Prices
BEST OF SERVICE.
483-491 Bond Street
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