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QUICK AS A WINK
A uuw pimmration especially prepared for making
Griddle Cukes, Tern Biscuits, Walllon, etc.. on uliort
notice. Try it. Two packages for 25 cent.
Roys, Hlggitis 6t Co.
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POKTLAND, Oct. 14. -Western Ore.
iron, weiierln Washington-shower,
All that Is
la new full. good wo arc now
showing in Neckwear, Cilovct,
Trimmiugi, Veils, lret OihmIh
Domestic Linens. Muslin Un
dewear, Fall Knit Underwear
and Separate Wuisliiig.
Tie OUHUB CO.
Oaston Mil feed, grain ana hay.
nt cream (or sal. Hoeflen.
Good Value 1 bo superb toilet op
consisting ir i bar (All dlTerntl 10c
cor bo. Johnson ltro.
You will And the bet 15a meal In
th cty at lit Rising Bun Restaurant.
No. (12 Conunerclal street.
Now mock of fancy good Just ar
rived at Yokohama Usar. CaJl and
r rh I at i l noviMUin from Japan.
All smoker amok the "Pride of
Asuxla'' cigar. No bottler made,
Msnufactured by MacFurkine ft Kno
bet. Thv M. J. It. Min im and Java coffee
will tin demonstrated nt Fisher llro.'
torn for 0110 wk, Drop In for a
Boot cup of coffee.
Card, letterheads, billheads, stale,
ment. lawyers' briefs, In fact, nil
kind of commercial work, promptly
and skillfully executed at the Astorlun
rVMlyn ooai ImU longer, li deaner
and make le trouble with stoves
and chimney flue than any other coal
on the market. George W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
From nn auth'n'Je source It n
urned last evening that gambling I
being carrl.-d n In Portlund. At sev
nil resorts faro and roulette are be
liiK dealt anil crap game are run dur
ing the aftTivmn. Things have been
squared, It In Raid, and the three gamed
mentioned will be permitted.
have confidence in the young
man who has sufficient faith in
himself to take out life insur
ance. It bespeaks a desire to
succeed, and a belief in his own
power to win success. His
choice of a company reflect;
his judgment, and successful
men take this into considers
Tht tn of TImMiWmI Llf tmunnrt Cmjn)
t Nw York w4 lie ol uf Mhn lili IntutMit
Mpuy In wtiUKMk th) ta
It lui paid Ftlli7Konl(tr over
hlrh li irtort ihn "y othtr lid Irm.nnn cempuy
la tlx world jlit.url.il
A oun noil, tmbitlout ( (uccmt, tiould toaildii
Writ. f.r"WlnrtShiUl Intun?"
The Mutual Life Insuranck
Company or New York
Kicuaud A. McCuhoy, Pntidtu
Sherwood Glllenpy, Manager, Seattle,
C. H. Waterman, State Manager,
TAN DU9EN t CO, Resident Arenta,
At a recent neaelon of the sehool
hoard the bord of Hi honl Ork Kergu
ion waa approved.
3. A. Johnon, lute mate of the
eummer W. H. Harrleon. ha been
apimlnted nmle on the rmutllla light
hip. H. B. Parknr m-cured a miantlty of
pllea and timber from Young bay ye
lerday to lie ud In the cmmtrurtlon
of hl new barn.
Plumbing, tinning, gaa and fleam
flttlng at lowext rate and In work-
niuii.llk manner. Order MemoUr
eieeuted. Shop, No. 4:S, Bond .treat.
JOHN A. MONTOOMERT.
Ytmeiduy morning a mw of flxher
lin left h?rw for Wrangl. Alanka, to
engage In tne hi-rrlng nMng buxlneea
wlih the Mulr la.ler Packing com
pany. n Hatunluy SI. -Burn. .Shorman and
Thing will occupy the brl. k building
at No, 514 CommerrliU etrwt where
Ihrflr bualni-n will be conducted In fu
ture, Thin aeaaon'P park of Halt Holland
herring In barrel. half-barreU and
amall kegt, amoked Orlmaby bloater
and alt middle, brick and whole cod
Huh Junt In, Johnton tiro.
8. A. Glmre, tn p.ond trret shoe
merchant, ha taken the agency In As
toria for the celebrated W. L. IIoiikIb
shoe, familiar to everybody through
Tit. delinquent tax roll which has
teen In the hand nf County Clerk
Clinton, being check -d, Is now In shape
for collection ond will be handed to
the sheriff today for that purpose.
We are now receiving large ship
menu of cabbage dally. Partle de
slrlnj to nake kraut should leave us
their order now a It Is now In prime,
Hnecl.il urlc.s In quantriles. Johnson
This afternoon the street committee
will open ip bids for the Improvement
Is lielng manlfi-sted In the npproach
Fonrlh street and for the laying of a
system of dr.ilns on Thirty-fourth
neatitlful pictures by celebrated art
ists, artistically framed, are to be
seen In rich profusion at Chas. HeU
bom A Son's. Nothing more desir
able for the home or more appropriate
The fcgulir meeting of Astoria Wo
man's club will be held In llanthorn's
hall at 3 o'clock on Saturday, October
2S. SubJ-H't for the day "America"
Quotations will lie In line with the top
ic. A full attendance Is requested.
Some handsome ntw couches In both
velour and leather upholstering are
shown at the popular furniture store
of Chas. HelJborn A Son, They are un
surpassed for style and quality and
nr modest In price.
The contest for the most popular
conductor running Into Portland clos
ed Thursday night, W. It. Olend.-n-nlng
of the O. It. & N. won flnt prlre
which was a beautiful silver set. John
Ulew of the A. & C. came out third.
The new mantel folding beds are des
llnod to supercede the old styles. Made
of metal they are vermin proof, sani
tary and the acme of convenience and
neatness, Ask to see them, both In
wood and metallic, nt Chas. Hellborn
The machinists' union Is actively en
gaged In making preparations for a
grand ball to be given on the evening
of Friday, November It, In Ford and
Stokes hull. A great deal of Interest
Is being manifested In th enpproach
Ing event which promises to be a suc
cess from every point of view.
The Orlote Oo nasket Is a handsome
and llg'ht (ro-cart which can be easily
folded and tarried on the arm, can be
carried In travelling with child In It
and ussd as n high chair nt table, can
be conveniently carried on cars. MuRt
be seen to be appreciated. Trices $3
to Jin. Chas, Hellborn & Son are sole
Toke Folnt Oyster company has re
cently Acquired M acres of tldo land
at Ynqulnn which will be utilised for
the purpose of ci.lllvntleg oysters.
This company has shown Itself to be
very liberal minded In Its method and
the natural consequence Is Urn' It Is
rapidly becoinlmt an Imjortint factor
In lhi business '.uterests ths North-
A visiting Halvatlon Army singer
ha creat-d considerable Interest on
the street In th evening by singing
through a mugaphone. The voice can
be heard several block away and al
most us effective a a phonograph.
The warbler I Captain Paul Hubbard
a Seattle officer who at on time wit
Iltoy Hennensey, the famous com
edian, who wm to have appeared here
In "Other People's Money," died
Thursday at Vacavllle, Calif., after a
short lllne. Whether or not the
company will show In Astoria, ho not
been learned, but th agent of the
troupe I In Portland and Manager
Rellg expect to hear from him.
Star, a valuable pointer puppy be
longing to Frank Patton, was run over
and killed Thursday afternoon by a lo
cal delivery A'agon. The animal was
being glvm exercise on the street and
getting away from it keeper began to
gambol about playfully, when the
wagon, which Is .reported to have been
drlv-m most too rapidly, ran over him.
crushing him so badly that It whs
found necssnry to kill him. The dog.
though only 7 months old was already
well trained and was greatly valued
bv Mr. Patton.
No action ho yet been taken In re
gard to the goods belonging to the
West Astoria store recently attached
by local creditors. Isaac FredrlckHon.
proprietor, was absent from the city
at the time the attachment wa served
und he has been away continuously
ever since. However, woid ha tieen
reelved that he will put In hi ap
pearance tod'iy so It Is believed some
disposition will Immediately be it.ade
of his effect, If the Indebtedness Is
not relieved th- stock will be ndver
Used and sold at auction.
The reapiKilntment of nev. Harold
Oberil to the pastoral of the M. K.
chuc h was the slgnul for a reception
glvn In hi honor last evening. Th
reception was h?ld at the home of Mrs.
8. Elmore and proved a most conlliu
gathering. Many kind words of wel
come were given the reluming minis
ter, to all of which he feelingly re-
siwndcd, A program of a musical
and literary character wa rendered
and all prese.it entered heartily Into
the purpose of the assemblage the
welcoming home of a loved pastor.
Mayor Suprenont yesterday attached
his signature to four ordinances. One
provld-n for tha establishment nf the
grade of Franklin avenue between
Fifth and Twelfth streets. This thor-
ouichfare Is smm to be Improved. The
former Improvement of the street was
a very unsatisfactory one. owing to the
pnot grade. A second ordinance es
tablishes the grade of Forty-ninth
street from Cedar to Illrc-h, In Alder
brook, which is also to be Improved.
A third measure provides for a new
assessment to pay for the Improve
ment of Commercial street from Third
to Sixth, the first assessment having
been iiniual. The other ordinance
provides for the holding of a general
election December 10 to elect four
eouncllmen and a city attorney.
Much Interest Is being shown In the
Onthnllc fair contest and the result, to
be given out tomorrow morning. Is
awaited with Interest. The vote at
present Is n follow: Doctor Cor
dlner 65; Fulton !8: Earlo 14; Hender
son 14; Pllklnglon 12; Rstes 5; Tuttle
3; Ball 1. Elks-Chas. Brown SOU;
llelmer S9; Gratke 30; Madison S; Proel
4: rtergmnn 2; W. Young 2; Carney 2,
Ohler 6; Wright 5; Cook I; Parker 1.
Forester W. Young 41; lalglty 8.
Madden 6; Corbett ; Duncnu 4; Hub
bard 4; Chas. Johnson 1; Mann 1;
Grant 1; Menweber 1. Clerks O'Con-
nell 13; McLean 5; Leahy 12; McCann
17i: Oramms 2; O'Connor 5; O'Brien
1; Oerdes : Carlson 5; K. Heed 1.
G. A. P.. Dealey 90; Taylor 13; Win-
ton S. ' Wives of Eagles Mrs. Seafeldt
12"; Mrs. Joe Prown 113; Mrs, Fred
Prawn 5. Married Ladles Mrs, O'-
Connell. 207'i; Mrs. Cenrns "4: Mrs.
George Itantlow Jr 2. Young Ladles-
Miss McCann 28i4; Miss O'Connor
An Astorlan who has Just returned
fom Portlund was .told by a man on
the Inside that "Jack" Matthews,
chairman of the republican state cen
tral committee was planning to bring
about the election of Judge Henry Mc
Ginn to th United States senate. Ac
cording to th politician In question,
who usunlly know what he Is talking
about, all the bluster about the candi
dacy of H. W. Scott Is hot air, calcu
lated to obscure .the situation In the
Interests of Mr. McGinn. Matthews
is said to lie knifing Senator Fulton
at every poislble turn and bending
every effort to bring about the elec
tion of the Multnomah senator. The
man who tells this Btory Is a warm sup
porter of Mr, Fulton, and expresses
the conviction thnt the Astoria states
mon will be elected. This opinion Is
generally shared, members of the leg
islature feeling thnt Mr. Fulton Is now
entitled to the honor ha ha sought.
That Judge McGinn has been too close
ly Identified with the management of
the Oregonlan to ever be given the
senatorshlp I a belief that prevatl
among the unprejudiced in Portland
and the outlook for the election of Sen
ator Fulton is very bright. Indeed,
his friend here and elsewhere
throughout the state are sanguine.
I i i - i i .
Congressman Cushman of Washing'
ton cam over from Ilwaco yesterday
morning and left for Vmicomer,
Wash,, where h delivered an addrer
lost night. He was aimpan'.ed to
Astoria by Pilot Comnilsi loner
"Jack" Wilson and Bharlo A. Poyr.s
and Ernest Seaberg, republican candi
date (or clerk of Pacific county. Mr,
Cushman spoke at llwaco Thursday
night to a big crowd, and his visit to
that town was th occasion (or quit
a demonstration. The congressman
believes th cntlr republican ticket In
Washington will have a walkover Ihia
fall. He Is making a vigorous cam
paign. The mystery that has envelop
ed th sudden disappearance of Luis
Mendel, cook on the tug George H.
Mendel ha been partially cleared up.
It whs thought that possibly the rook
hnd been drowned whll attempting to
board the Wit at night and in lieu of
any iosltlve knowledge regarding hi
whereabout this theory was beginning
to b accepted a final when Peter Pet
erson, a friend of the missing man, re
ceived a communication from him at
Clatskanle, requesting that his effects
lie sent there. No reason a given
for his sudden departure so it Is sup
oosed he simply got tired of his Job
and quit because he wanted to.
The police were at work yesterday
trying to ilnd the miscreants who plac
ed grease on the street -ear track that
run over the hill Into the West End.
Efforts to locate the guilty partle
proved futile, but It 1 believed they
will yet be captured. Th? case has
aroused the Indignation c.f the officials
of the Astoria Electrlo company, who
have long been compelled to put up
with pranks of this kind, and there Is
a determination to make the fullty
parties suffer for I hi latest outrage.
Superintendent Coolldge'says he hope I
sjon to cause the arrest of the mis
creants. "A few day ago. while a
car was running up the V"st End hill
it boy ran up behind It and pulled off
the trolley wire," said Mr. Coolldge
yesterday afternoon, when discussing
the matter. "The lad was only about
13 sear of r.ge, and he doubtless an
ticipated much fun in seeing the car
dash down the steep hill. I have suc
ceeded Ir. locating this .-outhful of
fender and he will be arrested today.
It Is the Intention to put him In the
sweat-box, and I am satisfied thot he
will bo compelled to disclose the name
of the persons who placed grease on
the track Thursday night. For many
months past we have been bothered
by the boys, and It Is our Intention to
put a stop to their misdemeanors If It
Is possible to do so." 1 Police officers
say that boys an the most trouble
some offenders with whom they have
to deal. They resort to all sorts of
maliciousness, and It is almost Impos
sible to catch them. However, it
felt that un example should he made
of the persons who attempted to wreck
the West End car and If the offenders
are caught It will go hard with them.
4 C II V ItCHES
First Lutheran Divine worship as
usual, both morning and evening. Rev.
Oscar Ostrom, the pastor, will preach.
PresbyterianServices as usual.
Theme of the morning sen' Ice. "Con
fidence;" evening, "A Great Determin
ation." Congregational Rev. Mr. Bates of
Forest Grovo will. preach at 11 a. m.
The Sunday school will give a concert
at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15.
Christian Endeavor at :30.
Baptist The pastor will preach In
the morning about "The Defeat at At;"
In the evening the subject will be
"True Heroism." All other services as
Salvation Army The revival brigade
will conduct the services at 3 and 8 p.
m. In the evening, Captain Hubbard,
Ihe soloist, will sing a Bong called
"The Prophet's Call."
Methodist Rev, T. F. Royal of Sa
lem will occupy the pulpit morning
and evening nev. Royal Is one of the
pioneer preachers and educators of
this state. He is the father of Mrs.
Grace Church Services as usual.
Morning prayer with sermon at It
o'chKk. Sunday school 12:30; evening
prayer and address st 7:30. Afternoon
service nt Holy Innocent's Chapel. Vp-
pertown nt 3 30.
Norwegian Danish Methodist Rev.
F. A. Scarve will preach In the morn
ing at 11; evening at 7:45. Morning
subievt, "The Eearthly vs. The Heav
enly Image." Evening, "Seeking the
Lost." Sunday school, with Bible
class, at 10 a. m.
ONLY 19 TAYS MOBE.
Shanahan's sale of dress goods
serg?s, crepons, Venetians, homespuns,
albatross, cotton goods and men's
furnishings of all kinds; lasts 13 days
more. Everything nt factory cost.
Don't miss It.
T'o or three offices to take tare of.
Can furnish good references. Call at
J. M. Ellsworth's barber shop. P.
Waldorf Pendleton. Phone 1981.
W. 3. Ingall visited the West Side
Hon. J. Q. Megler wa In the city
Ben Worsley was down from Svensen
Ernest Beaborg of Ilwaco visited the
W. G. Gosslln of Portland ipent ye
terday In the city.
Johmtthan Duncan wa In from his
Olney ranch yesterday,
Fred Moore, the Seattle merchant,
visited the city yesterday.
Na-e Grant return to Portland this
morning to remain permanently.
Mrs. Henry Thompson returned last
evening to her home in Portland.
Tun Rasmusaen, the Young river
farmer, visited the city yesterday.
C. M. Celler and wife who have been
visiting In Portland have returned
Frank Patton and C. X.. Houston
left lost evening on a hunting trip for
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ford and Mr.
W. C. Logan leave today for a visit
to Puget sound.
Representative Cushman passed
through the city yesterday from Ilwaco
Miss Carol Jeffers leaves this morn
ing for Portland where she will refflaln
for nn Indefinite period.
Editor Payne of the Chinook Observ
er was In the city yesterday In com
pany with Congressman Cushman.
Mr. F. W. Orth and Miss Emma
Mattbelws both of Portland are visit
ing In the city with Mr. G. Zigler.
J. F. Bartoldus of the Walluski pas
sed through the city yesterday from a
visit to the West Side, enroute for
G. F. McClane, manager of the As
torlan Job department, wilt leave this
morning for Portland to be absent
Miss Mable Jeff era returned yester
day from GreenMountaln where she has
been engaged for the past three months
as teacher of the district school. Miss
Jeffers greatly enjoyed her work and
expresses keen regret at parting with
her pleasint surroundings.
The steamer Sue H. Elmore left out
yesterday for Tillamook.
The lumber schooner Fred E. San
ders has reached San Pedro from this
The British ship Matterhorn, arriv
ed from Hamburg, carried 15,500 bar
rels of cement.
Reinsurance on the British ship
r.ynton, 137 day from Pisagua. for
Great Britain, has advanced from 10
to 15 ler oent.
The British ship County of Rox
burgh, Captain Leslie, arrived In port
yesterday from Shinghal to load
wheat for Europe.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Mrs. R. Ingieton has just opened up
a fine line of ladles' fall hats, walk
ing skirts, over skirts, woolen shirt
waists and under clothes, and atl kinds
of ladles' and children furnishing
goods. Hair switches and pompadours.
A chance for the elegant 500 piano
with each 60c purchase. Welch Block,
opposite Budget office.
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