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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1902)
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THE BEST MUSH MADB
PettliohiTs Breakfast Gem
When a man offers you Boinotliing for nothing lie has
to rob some one. The buyer uiiually suffer,. Good
Mu.ili cannot be (told for the price of traxl.
Ross, Higglns 6k Co.
She fliiUo stortatt.
PORTLAND, Oct. Western Oregon
and Washington Occasional rln,
All that Is
In now full good wo arc now
showing in N'w kwpnr, Glovot,
Trimmings, Veil, Dress Good,
Doincwtio Linens. Muslin Un
dewear, Fall Knit Unlerwcar
and Separate Waitings.
T&g A. DUNBAR CO.
CVsstoo sella had. it la ant hsy.
spat cma for sal, Hoc flora.
NVe onion fur pickling purport lu
to-.lt at Johnson Brothers now.
Qooit Value I bo superb toilet so
consisting f S bur (all different) 10c
per bos, Johnson Bros,
A marriage license was granted Sat
urday afternoon to Henry Turvlle and
You will find the be 15c meal In
tha city at the Rising Sun Restaurant.
No. Ill Commercial street.
Subscribers will confer a favor by no.
tlfylng this office of any Irregularity In
the delivery of thla paper.
New stock of fanoy good Just ar
rived at Yokohama Basaar. Call and
in Che tat rat novel Um from Japan,
All smoker amok tha 'Trida of
Astoria" clgari. No betcter mads.
Manufactured by MaoFartan tt Kno
Dressmaking and plain no Inn. Call
on or address Mini Ida rhllllpa, 15
Fourteenth street. Flrat clam work
Plumbing, tinning, ga and steam
fitting at lowoat rate and In work
in.-i.ti -n k manner. Ordora promptly
cxeouted. Shop, No. 428, Bond atreat.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY.
Do you like snuer kroutT A nice lot
of cabbage Just received for thla pur-
pone. Leave vour order at once.
Foard & Stokes company.
A Young Man
of good habits always standi
the beat chance of success.
No man of vicious habits or
impaired health can obtain a
policy in The Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York.
Its policy is therefore at
once a certificate of a sound
body and evidence of good
In Aiwu, liratr than ihm of any sihar
Iniuranca company In tulnanca, an var
li nn pail
ll hat paid Policy -tiuldati sver
which It nmre than any athar Ufa luiuranca companf
In ilia world hat dlitiurMd.
A young maa, amliitloua of auccata, ahould aonililai
Writ for "Whar. Shall I I.iuraf"
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York
Richard A. McCuuv, Pnaldcal
Sherwood OIlleRpy, Manager, Seattle,
C. H. Waterman, State Manager,
TAN PUSEN A CO, Resident Agents,
Astoria, Oraron. .',, . -.,.
n ar anow receiving California and
Oregon grape, dally llrect from I ha
vlneyardt. Johnaon Bros.
A gang of men ha begun work on
th foundation t a mill at Kellwood
under the supervision of Contractor
Tom Corbntt and Oeorge Sexty via-
ilea Pestia Humlay and a a, result
their friend have situ been eating
Tlw M. J. B. Mocha and Java coffee
will ha demonstrated at FUher Bros.
store for one week. Droo in f,.r
good cup of coffee.
On the Leais and Clark the big dyke
that ha Uin under construction for
ome month will be completed the
latter nrt of next week.
A marrlagj license wa granted yes
terday tfternoon by County Clerk
Clinton to Mat Humll and Til ton
Llmtatron, both of thli county.
A regular meeting of the Central La
bor Council ass held hut evening at
Labor hall cm Rond tri-ct. Several
Item of Interent to the tody were
Roalyn oo4 Ual longer, U ol flan or
and make le trouble wltli Aove
and chimney flue than any other coal
on th market. Oeorge W. Sanborn,
agent, Telephone 1I1L
In th) cnae of Fergueon and Hous
ton v, George Katxith which has been
dclild by Judge Mctlrlde In favor of
the plaintiff, un appeal will be made
to the suprnn court.
We have Just reeWd our first ship
ment of Packard A Kmlth's French and
Italian prune. Thin year's output of
this firm's prune I tf very fine ii'inl-
Ity. Johnson Bros. . - -
Capt. and Mrs. Hublard and Cap
tain Plover, Bulvatlon singers from
Heattle III sing a series of meeting
at the Pulvnilon Army halt beginning
Wednesday, October !!.
The city surveyor filed yesterday In
the auditor's office plan and specifi
cations for th Improvement of Frank
lin avenue and Fourth street and for
a system of drains on Thirty-fourth
The funeral of John H. Derglund,
who aiea recently in I'ortiund, was
held Sunday afternoon from Pohl
undertaking rooms under the auspices
of the Knight of Maccabees. The
Interment was at Greenwood com
It Is understood Inspector Kdwsrds
: and Fuller have revoked th license of
Captain Sullivan, who was In charge of
the Drltlsh ship Cypromana . Th r
ported action of tha Inspectors has, for
some unknown reason, bean kept out
of tha Portland papers.
Th work of Installing tha booths at
tha Catholic fair Is progressing nicely,
and will soon be completed. A visit
to the building shows that tha ladlea
are making extensive preparations for
thlr fete, snd that It will be an un
qualified success Is quite evident.
A big crowd of fool bull enthusiasts
was disappointed Sunday and th
gam that was to have taken pltue at
iiwsco ma not come orr. un th way
over tha steamer Mayflower, convey.
Ing the crowd, lost her rudder. Efforts
were mad to continue but proved fu
tile. The Point Adnms life-saving
crew went to the assistance of the
steamer and succeeded In getting her
back to Astoria. The game will prob
ably be played next Sunday.
The Tracy affair has been revived by
nn approaching weddtrig, the contract
Ing parties being Miss Wallce Mae Ba
ker and Lea McKlnney. Miss Raker
Is the young lady who, when the out
law was near Seattle, spent half a day
in his society. There was much press
talk at tha time about the bright con
versation engaged In by the two. The
prospective bridegroom Is the son of
Mrs McKlnney who was one of the
party that entertained the bandit.
Local creditors yesterday served an
attachment on Isaac FredrUkson, a
West Astoria merchunt, and closed up
his business. The proprietor at the time
was absent on Deep river delivering
goods and had left h's store In iharge
of a younr: man employed a clerk
Constable Vtzlnger seized all tho good
under orders, and conveyed thm to
the courtroom of the justice of the
peace, where they will later be sold at
auction If Mr. Fredrlckson does not
come to the front 'md relieve the In
Thre seems to be a
opinion between Kdltor
and Contractor William
what constitutes assault,
Miller as to
Mr. Dell de-
Pliice your order ahonce for some
cabhiitfe to make sauor kraut of. Ford
A Stokes have Just received a fine lot
of catjtug'j specially adopted for mak
Beautiful pictures by celebrated art
ists, artistically framed, are to be
aeen In rich profusion at Chns. Hell-
born A Son's. Nothing more desir
able for the home or more appropriate
Some handsome nw couches In both
velour and leather upholstering are
shown at the popular furniture store
of Cha. Holdborn & Son. They are un-
surpassed for style and quality and
ar modest In price.
Tho new mantel folding beds are des
tined to supercede the old styles. Made
of mctnl they are vermin proof, sanl-
tnry and the acme of convenience and
neatness. Ask to see them, both In
wood and metallic, at Chits. Hellborn
The Orlols Qo Bosket Is a handsome
and light jro-cart which can be easily
folded and carried on the aim, can be
carried In travelling with child In It
and usid us a high chair at table, can
be conveniently carried on cars. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Prices $8
to $10. Chasi. Hellborn & Son are sole
'Sunday evening C. R. Hlgglns and
V. H. Coffey left for Seattle to estab
lish the Identity of Ah My, a China-
man engaged In the Alaska fishing
business, and who Is nt present lock
ed up In a Seattle Jail on some trump
ed up charge. King Wing, an Intel.
Ilgont Chinese bookkeeper for the con
cern that Ah My worked for, accom
panied the Astorlnns from here.
Th bodv of 9-year-old Antone
W'.st, who was drowned Saturday
night In East Astoria while fishing,
was found Sunday morning by, Frank
Carlson, a short distance from the spot
where the child fell tulo the river.
Coroner Pohl decided thnt nn Inquest
was not necessary. The funeral will
take place at 10 o'clock this morning
from the family residence, 182 Thirty
seventh street, and the Interment will
be In Greenwood. Rev. Oscar Ostrom
will conduct the services.
dares that he was not assaulted Sat
urday evening, while Mr. Miller Insists
that he assaulted the editor. Miller
says that Dell called at his shop and
that trouble ensued. Miller striking the
editor, knocking him down and then
Jumping onto him. At this stage of
the proce.Hllngs Mrs. Miller Intervened
and while she xpostulated with her
Irate husband the editor made his es
cape. This is ne story or cue anuir
that Miller related yesterday after
noon. He did not state tne cause or
The SO-giime tryout at the Com-
jiierdul club alleys will end November
1. Eight of the bowlers have already
finished, and, while the averages are
not high, they are fair when It Is con
sidered that there has been little liowl
Ing for several months past. The av
erages are as follows: B. J. I'ye,
41 1$; C. H. Cooper, 38. St: Herman
Wise, 37.92; P. E. Peterson. SS.SO; II.
W. Dean. 39.72; Leo. Wlso, 30.96; Ly
man Kinney, 31.S0; P. B. Sovey. 43.80.
Several of those who have not com
pleted the tournament will uet o or
more, and the ciuo win nave a intriy
strong team this season despite the loss
of two very promising men Albert C.
Ross and James D. Gaylor.
At last night's meeting of the coun
cil a communication was received from
County Judgo Trenchard askling per
mission to Improve Eighth street be-
twsen Commercial and Dunne with
crushed rock. The letter further re
quested that the city surveyor be In
structed to report upon the grade. Tha
county must Improve the west half
of the street between Commercial and
Duane, and th officials believe It will
be advisable to try the crushed rock
experiment. The matter has been re
ferred to the council street committee.
which will report at the next meeting,
Mayor Suprenant said lust night thut
Eighth street needed Improveent
from Bond to Duane streets, and the
thought the taxpayers would Join
heartily with the proposal of Judge
Trenchard thut rock be used.
Tho truth of the report that Sheriff
Storey of Multnomah county would
charge an admission fee of $5 to the
hanging of A. L. Beldlng, the notorl
' wue murderer of Portland, who
expiates his crime on the gallows the
last day of this month, has been most
emphatically denied. The report had
It that the scheme was to charge ad
mission In order to raise a fund for the
criminal's llttla boy, who will be ren
dered on orphan by the death of his
father. Beldlng himself showed mark
ed disapproval of the plan when was
sugfested to him, though at first It
was rumored that he favored It. The
execution will be In strict accordance
with the law only visiting sheriffs,
physicians, representatives of the
press and a Jury consisting of 12 free
holders being allowed to attend.
According to c. report of School
Clerk Ferguson, th total enrollment
of the cltyschools thus far is 44 in ex
cess of the number enrolled last year
at the same ttme. The total this
year Is 1224, while lust year It was
112. The enrollment at the several
uhools Is as follows: High school,
92: McClure, 192; Bhlvely, 28; Adair,
270; Olney, 04, The enrollment last
year was: High school, 75; McClure,
842; Bhlvely, 270; Adair, 299; Olney,
19. The high school shows an In
ere as? of If; McClure school of M; Ol
ney of S. The Increase at Shlvely
school Is 2; at Adair sc hool, 29. Alder
school, which la not Included In the
above, had an enrollment, at the be
ginning of this terra of 85 pupils.
Yesterday E. Raspaa, snd Peter
Llvnz were arraigned before Police
Judgo Nelson on a charge of drunken
ness. Raspaa had already served
two days In jail so In view of this and
considering the fact that he had not
been at all disorderly, he was simply
dismissed with a Judicial lecture. The
other prisoner had merely been taken
up by the police for safekeeping. He
live out of tawn somewhere and had
comp to the city In a fish boat for the
purpose of purchasing supplies. This
he did and then proceeded to regale
himself st the various suloons. In the
meantime the boat continued tied up
at one of the docks and the police j " the 11:30 train
J. T. Ross is In Portland on busi
Miss Maud Stone is visiting In
Charles Zlgler returned to Portland
C. S. Dow was In yesterday from
hi home at Prospect Park.
E. J. Llbke wa In tha city yester
day from th Lewis and Clark.
Miss Margaret Busey leaves this
morning for a visit to Portland.
Editor Hlbbet of the Chinook Ob
server visited the city yesterday.
William Larson was In tbe city yes
terday from the La wis and Clark.
W. J, Cook left yesterday morning
for an extended visit to Nicaragua.
Miss Mary Brayne Is In the city
from her home at Youngs river falls,
J. W. Riitb and family left yester
day morning for a six weeks visit In
J. L. Kline, of Danztger's store, left
up yesterday morning for a brief bus!
ness trip to Portland.
Earl Hackett visited the c!y y ster-
day from the Lewis and Clark to meet
his father, Captain M. A. Hackett,
who arrived In the city rforo Portland
deemed that the Jail would be a safer
place for the Incapacitated man than
staggering about the dark waterfront
attempting to board his boat. Hence
his Incarceration. This prisoner was
allowed to leave the courtroom !n com
pany with Raspaa, the Judge consider
ing, ve ry wisely, that his boat needed
his sttentlon and h's family needed the
supplies more than did the city his Im
Cathlainet Is all agog over politics.
and the Gazette of that town is out
with some sensational charges reflect
Ing on the Integrity of J. Bruce Pol
worth. Mr. Polworth was named by
the Democratic county conventions of
Pacific and Wahkiakum counties i
the candidate for Joint state senato;
Later he was Indorsed by the Wahkla
kum county Republican convention for
district attorney, although the nomin
atloil had not been tendered him by
the Democrats. Eventually he ac
cepted the nomination for district at
torney, pulling out of the senatorial
race At a date so late that another can
didate could not be named except by
mandamus proceed'ngs. John Welsh
of South Bend, the Republican candl
date for Joint senator, Is alleged by
the Gazette to have been the man In
whose Interests the combination was
mad. It is charged that Link C
Burton, deputy fish commissioner, en.
glneered the deal. The Gazette says
that Polworth Is Interested in the
Cathlamet Sun, the Democratic organ;
that he has thrown down Democratic
candidates in the past, and that he
will hand out a similar pack.ige to J.
M. Harrington, the Democratic
candidate for representative, whose
opponent Is J. G. Megler. The charge
thut Polworth will throw down Har
rington seems without much founda
tlon. when it Is recalled that Polworth
while In this city some days ago .refer-
rel to Megler In anything but compll
mentary terms, ridiculing his leglsla
tlve career, and predicting his defeat,
Polworth says that the senatorial
nomination was handed out to him by
enthusiastic friends, and that he did
not want It; that he preferred the
nomination for district attorney with
out opposition to that for state senator
with a formidable opponent.
ACCIDENT TO SUBMARINE i'OAT
The recent accident to one of our
submarine boats has lessened the
popularity of this class cf v.xsMs. and
becr.use of the numerous accidents
which have overtaken them since their
adoption will always be regarded as
doubtful. The best defense of the
country so far as the navy is concern
ed is our large armored Vessels. The
best means to defend your health can
only be found In that celebrated fam
ily medicine, Hosteller's Stomach Bit
ters, because It has always proven re
liable and will do all that we claim for
It, Hundreds of people who have tried
It voluntarily testify to the fact that
It positively cures flatulency, headache
nervousness, Indlgesttdn, dyspepsia
and malaria. Then try a bottle and
see for yourself.
AT AUCTION PRICES.
The stock of dry goods and men's
furnishings now on hand at Shana
han's store will be closed out at auc
tion prices for 30 days. The entire
store is to be remodetal. Parties de
siring to bid on work can examine
plans and specifications at store, 6 SO
25 pounds ONIONS 25 cents. Order
for less amounts will be filled nt regu
lar price.. Ross, Hlggins & Co.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Mrs. R. Ingieton has Just opened up
a fine line of ladies' fall hats, walk
ing skirts, over skirts, woolen shirt
waists and under clothes, and all kinds
of ladles' and children's furnishing
goods. Hair switches and pompadours.
A chance for the elegant I5o0 piano
with each KOo purchase. Welch Block,
opposite Budget office.
Captain M. A. Hackett returned yes-
terday from Portland where he had
gone on account of illness. He left
out In the afternoon for his dredge on
the Lewis and Clark.
Frank Sweeney, formerly a cattle
man of this county, but now a resident
of Portland, is In tbe city on business.
O. B. Wirt, the Sklp&non merchant,
was In the city yesterday.
Charles Gray of the Northrup and
Sturgls firm of Portland returned to
that city Sunday night. Mr. Gray
has been located in Astoria for the
past week doing the surrounding coun
The coasting steamer Despatch pass
ed out Sunday for San Francisco and
Th British ship Crown of Denmark
left up yesterday for Portland to load
wheat for Europe.
The French bark La Fuyette, with
wheat for Europe, arrived down yes-
terday from Portland.
The American barkentlne with lum
ber loaded at Westport passed out
Sunday for San Pedro, California.
On Sunday the coasting steamer
Prentiss arrived in trom San Francisco
and pasjeJ o nup for Portland.
The Germin ship Cristol, Captain
Chus. master, arrived ia port yester
day from Santa Rosalia, Mexico.
The British rhlp Banffshire, ' with
reinsurance Quoted at 20 per cent,
reached Its destination, Manila, on the
lfith of the month after a 95 days pas
sage from Newcastle, N. S. W.
Reinsurance on the British ship
Clydesdale has advanced since Octo
ber 16 from 20 to 25 per cent. The
vessel Is now 102 days out Of New
castle, N. S. W., for San Francisco.
Nicely furnished room, centrally lo
cated, light, bath and phone. Gen
tlemen only. 467 Exchange street.
The Shanahan building is about to1
be remodelled. Several new depart
ments are to be added, after the stock
now on hand Is closed out. The goods
are selling .low at auction Price. The
sale lasts 30 days. Don't miss it tf
you want bargains In dry goods and
men's furnlhsings. :
To Mr. and Mrs. John .Frederickson,
of West Astoria, a daughter. . Dr. Cor-
dlner In attendance.
Arc poor economy; but
well fitting shoes, made
of best materials and
sold at very low prices
are both economical and
satisfactory : : : :
YOU CAN GET
Til KM OF
- 543 Bond Street
The Largest and Best
Assortment in Town . . .
Astoria's Leading House
C. H. COOPER'S
DOXT these cool breezy mornings remind you that the
ice cream season is about over? Don't they remind
you ofcolder weather to come?
Call at our store and see our fine line of
We can suit everybody
A large assortment to choose from
Coal Oil Heaters, Wood Heaters, Coal Heaters
AlCO&Ol Heaters for ar use an chafing dish parties
FOARD 8 STOKES COMPANY
THE GREAT QUESTION g
With most people it i3 Where can I buy the cheap- H
est?" Taking quality into consideration, we can 9
solve the problem for you regarding
Dry Gsods, Shoes, Groceries, Flour anil Feci
You have only to give us a trial ll
HERE ARE A FEW BARGAINS- - Q
Carnation Cream very fine per can - - - - 10c
Cntting Packing Company's Tomatoes, per can - 10c
Cream Sngar Corn choice per can 10c
Other goods in proportion.
V. H. COFFEY, 483-491 Bond Street
you can do no better!
With Your Money Than to Parchase jj$
Carpets, Ms. Linoleums. Hattinsr
a And every other article tor the home where you can get the Best Goods,
U at the Lowest Prices, at the Popular Furnitnre Store of . a
i H. H. ZAPH, - - - The House Fnrnisbers
2 .-'. : h
TRULLINGER, EASTABROQK CO.
Jobbers and Dealers in
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, SMOKER'S ARTICLES, PLAYING
CARDS, STATIONERY, AMBER GOODS, CUTLERY, ETC.
.. MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPE3 -
515 Commercial Street
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict adherence to it enables n to qualify willing workers to renlet
superior service 1 bookkeeper and stenographers. Our instruction is
unusually thorough a fact 10 widely known that reputation alone brings
na most of our students. Qnslity always counts. Examine Into out
facilities better now than aver before. Industrious, willing students mtik -j
rapid advancement in all studies taken. Call, or write for our catalogue.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Washington Street A. T. Armstrong, LI B., Pri n. : ;