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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. FRIDAY. ISOVF.MUEk H. UK)2
New Educational Move
(By Dorothy 8tllea.)
At this time ot the year when the
door of a hundred thousand schools
an aliening to receive the youth ot the
land, the mothers and fathers and am
bitious young people who must stay at
home are hungering for educational op
pnrlunltt-. They realise that, other
things being equal, position, usefulness
and happiness are In proportion to cul
ture, and thy long for some practical
lure, ami insy ions or wnie pracinai ;
w.ia... h,t v.in ih, t,n thtfir I
spare moments Into school and college study tour of Italy. Greece and wlt
terms. Complex modern life and the I serland, but this year our own country.
battU for material existence leave the j the best of all lands, will be studied,
i i . ii,. II,,,. ' in its hlstorv. literature, and Instl-
leisure for mental and spiritual culture.
And so everywhere people are hunger
ing for intellectual food and craving
mental stimulus and would be grate
ful for soma plan 'hat would '. offer
guidance and help. These reflections
came to me forcibly during a delight
ful outing ttils year at Bay View, the
great summer center, In Northern
Michigan. I found there and studied
a new educational movement which I
feel sure many readers of The Morning j
Astorlau will be glad to know about.
& m ft tr are T Xf Hall. B
A IT iwa av w. . .
bes calling for his plana, ana, to
meet the glaring demand for self -culture
plans, the Bay View Reading club
was established. Mr. Hall still remains
at the head of the work, which he di
rects from the headquarters in De
troit, and without courting publicity
the organls-Uton has not only spread
over this country, but haa entered Can
MEASURES ARE TAKEN TO RE
MOVE CHILDREN FROM SCHOOL
Mrs. Tingley Courts Careful Investigation-Will
SAN DIEGO. Cal., Nov. X3. Kather
Ine Tingley of the Universal Brother
hood haa received word from New
York that the Gerry society for the
prevention of cruelty to children will
end representative to California for
the purpose of aiding similar societies
In this state In the institution of pro
ceedings to have children removed
from the Raja Toga school at Point
Loma. Mrs. Tingley in a statement
today, says she courts a most search
ing investigation and haa applied to
the state authorities asking for a
commission to Investigate the Raja
Tosra school at Point Loma.
FAVORS CANAL TREATY
United States Will Find No Opposition
With Colombian Ministry.
NEW ' YORK, Nov. 13.-General
Fernandez,' minister of war, who has
resumed his duties after a period of Ill
ness, says he Is favorably disposed to
ward entering a canal treaty with the
United States, cables the BfigoU, Col
ombia, correspondent of the Herald.
If necessary, he added, congress will
be convoked for that purpose as soon
as circumstances permit
FIFTY PASSENGER3 MISSING
Survivors Subsisted On Shell Fish for
WELLINGTON, N. Z., Nov. 13.
Fiftv passengers who were on board
the British steam Elingamite, which
was wrecked November 10, off the
coast of New Zealand are still missing
The M survivors who were rescued two
days ago spent three days on a barren
island, where they subsisted on shell
fish until rescued by a passing steamer.
REBEL GENERAL ILL
Matos and His Son Reach Willemstad
In Small Boat.
WILLEMSTAD, ISLAND OF CUR
ACAO, Nov. 13 General Matos, chief
of the Venezuelan revolutionists and
his son arrived here this afternoon In
, small boat Matos Is very 111.
PRESIDENT REACHES CAMP
LEADING MANUFACTURER DIES
NEW YORK, Nov. 13-Rlchard But
ler, for many years a leading manu
facturer of hard rubber in this city is
dead at his home here. He was a
native of Birmingham, 0.
LOOKING FOR COUNTERFEITERS.
The secret service Is endeavoring to
locate the headquarters of a gang of
counterfeiters who have been making
and circulating spurious half-dollars
and quarters in some of our large east
ern cities. When caught they will be
given the full extent of the law, the
same as should be done with the un
scrupulous dealer who puts up an Im
itation article and sells It for the gen
uine Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
claiming It Is "just as good." Don't
believe him. His medicine has not the
record of cures back ot It that the gen
uine Bitters has. Insist on having the
genuine with our private stamp over
the neck of the bottle. It will posi
tively cure nausea, headache, heart
burn, Indigestion, dyspepsia and ma
laria. Try It and be convinced.
young lawyer, was at the head of a j pose. This is not the Place to enter
large young people' Bible class, and j into a description of the plans of the
In his desire to give the members a Bay View reading course-a card ad
better prospect in life he established a dressed o Mr. Hall will always secure
reading ilub, which soon became wide- them. I am concerned more In re
ly known. Others from far and wide vlving the hope of the busy women
; . , . , .t.v rt a era In
ada, Mexico, Germany, China and the
Hawaiian islands. Mr. Mall's genius
in conducting- club studies is every
where being recognised by women's
clubs, of which more than SSO have,
In the paet 15 month, adopted the Bay
View course. The plans are simple,
but there is intelligent system; and his.
tory, and literature and travel are
deftly Joined in a reading journey of
mnt HtiL-htftil character. I learnett
that last year the members were on a
tution. A month will also De spent
During the summer I often met at
the annual gatherings at Ray View
members from many states and always
heard from them the most enthusias
tic reports. The members were most
ly like myself, bread winners, and the
course haa been carried on in the
brief pauses in the day's occupation.
But daily 1 heard I". the elegant con
versation and saw in th. intelligent
faces the marked transformation
wrought when people read for a pur-
and aspiring younS --...
take up the pleasures ot books and
study, for which this reading course
seems to me to offer the best practical
plans. I am sure a great many who
are looking for feasible suggestions for
winter reading will thank the editor
for publishing this article.
Baker City, November 3.
ESTATE OF CHARLES FAIR
Half Million in Personal Property Will
Revert to Sisters.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13-Charles L.
Fair who, with his vife. was killed
In an automoble accident recently In
France, Teft personal property In this
state valued at nearly $500,000, accord
ing to the offlcUl report just made
to the courts. It will go '.o his two
sisters and largely eonMsts ot stocks
KILLED AT FIRE
Leans From Upper Story Popular
BUTTE. MONT., Nov. 13-A Are this
morning destroyed the Five Mile house
one of the most famous road houses
in this vicinity. Mrs. Esther, wife of
the proprietor, flung herself from an
upper window. It Is believed she will
WANTS TO BK SENATOR
Former Republican Chairman An
nounces Himself Candidate.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Nov. 13.
Irving Howbert, a banker and mining
man, announces himself a republican
candidate for the United States sen
ate. Howbert was chairman of the
republican state committee in the cam
paign when Governor White of the
populist party was defeated for re
election. REDUCED TO PEACE FOOTING
WALLA WALLA. WASH.. Nov. 13
Within twenty days one hundred sold
iers will be discharged from the Sec
ond squadron, Ninth cavalry at Fort
Walla Walla to reduce the regiment
to the peace footing of sixty men to a
STRIKE DECLARED OFF
VIRGINU CITY, MONT., Nov. 13
The strike at Kearsarfa'-i mine has been
CONTEMPLATE IRON COMBINE
NEW YORK. Nov. 13-Representa-tlves
of the various concers interested
in the talk edfoemh shrdlu shrdluoin
In the talked of mailable Iron com
bination are In this city discussing
plans in regard to the proposed deal.
It Is understood that considerable prog
ress has been made.
SMEDES, Miss., Nov. 13 The presi
dent and party arrived here at 3:45 and
started Immediately for camp about IS
The camp is on Little Sunflower
river and as the trail is rough the
chances are that It was after dark be
fore they reached camp. Work on the
neighboring plantations was suspended
this afternoon and several hundred ne
groes were at the siding when the train
Btopped. They showed their white
teeth In broad grins but made no other
demonstration as the president step
Bed from the train.
Robt. A. Hiller
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ex-Regiirter U. S. Land Office.
Land Titles and Land Office Business
Timber Lands bought and sold. Maps
made. Correspondence solicited.
Room t, Weinhard Bldg.,
Oregon City, Oregon
A Cure for Asthma
Too wont cafe ot Asthma In the world
succumb readily to tlio one great cure, that
never falls. Pr. Rudolph SchllTntsnn'i
Asthma Cure almost performs miracles.
Mr. R. M. Spencer, 2330 Vermont
venue, Toledo, 0., sys: "Asthma has
bean growing on me tor 3 rears, until last
summer the attacks became so sever that
many nights I spout halt th time gasp
ing tor breath. Doctors seamed to give no
relief whatever, and I felt then was no
hope for me, when drug clerk recom
mended your Asthma Cure, Its effect Is
truly magical and gives complete relief la
from S to $ minutes,"
Sold by all druggists at 80c and tl.OH.
Send Sc stamp to lr. R. Schlffmsnn, Box
St. Paul, Miuo., for a free sample
Gaston sells feed, grain and hay.
Sweet cream for sale. Hoe tiers.
You will find the best 15c meal In the
city at the Rising Sun Restaurant.
New stock of fancy goods just ar
rived at Tokohama Basaar. Call and
see the latest novelties from Japan.
t All smokers smoke the "Pride of
Astoria" cigars. No better made.
Manufactured by Mac Farmne A Kno
hel. "Presto" sav?s a fourth of the ex
pense, half of the trouble, and all of
the anxiety ot pastry and biscuit mak
ing. For sale at Fisher Bros.
Plumbing, tinning, gas and steam
! fitting at lowest rates and in work
I manlike manner. Order promptly ex
i ecu ted. Shop, No. 425, Bond street
JOHN' A. MONTGOMERY.
Rosyln coal lasts longer. Is cleaner
and makes less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market George. W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
Holy Innocents guild of East As
toria will hold its annual sale of fancy
articles on the afternoon and evening
of November the 15th, In the building
adjoining Schofleld A Hauke's store.
THE ST. PAUL CALENDAR FOR 'OX
Six sheets 10x15 inches, of beautiful
reproductions, in colors ,of pastel draw
Ings by Bryson, Is now ready iar !
tribution and will be mailed on receipt
of twenty-five (25) cents,coln or stamps
Address F. A. Miller, general passen
ger agent, Chicago.
BIO REDUCTION SALE.
Mrs. R. Ingleton will Inaugurate a
sweeping reduction sale of ladles and
children's hats, to continue for 30 days.
Rememtwr that every 50-cent purchase
gives you a chance for an elegant 35O0
piano. MRS . R . INGLETON,
The Oriole Go Basket Is a handsome
and light go-cart which can be easily
folded and carried on the arm, can be
carried in travelling with child in It
and us;d as a high chair at table, can
be conveniently carried on cars. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Prices 13
to $10. Chas. Heilborn ft Son are sole
Concomly tribe No. 7, Imp. O. R. M
will give a grand masquerade ball at
Foard 4 Stokes hall on Thanksgiv
ing eve, November 26, at which nine
beautiful prizes will be given. The
best of music has been arranged for
n,t a road time Is assured all who
attend. The prizes are on exhibition
at Herman Wise's clothing store.
costumer from Portland will be here
with a full line of suits for the oc
casion. Tickets can be purchased from
any of the members. Admission:
Gentleman maskers, $1; lady maskers
50 cents; spectators, 50 cents; children
CALL FOR AN ASSEMBLY.
All electors of the city of Astoria, re
e-ardless of political' affiliations, who
believe in a nonpartisan, businesslike
administration of municipal govern
ment, are hereby requested to meet In
the council chambers at the city nan
r the citv of Astoria on Wednesday
th lth dav of November, 1902, at the
hour of 8 p. m.. tor the purpose of
nominating a nonpartisan citizens tick
et foi the coming election in Decern
ber, 1902. All electors are Invited to
be present who are In harmony with
the movement By order of the
I viah tn thank von for mv
relief. I was suffering agonies
from piles and was '.eking mor
phine to relieve me, when, on
the advice of Mend, I procur
ed a bottle ot our Perrin's Pile
Specific and took a tablespoon
ful at night and another in the
morninjr. At half past twelve
noon my wife gave me another
tableapoonfnl, when my pain
II stopped. In two days I was
able to attend to my regular
business entirely relieved. It
is simply wonderful.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office. Oregon
City, Oregon, September 3J, 1903.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of (tie act
of cungrtMi June 3. ISiS, entitled " An
set for the sale of timber lands In
the states of California. Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory." as
extended to all the Public Und States
by act of August 4. 1S93.
WILLIAM W. FRY,
of Seaside, County of Clatsop, State of
Oregon, haa this day filed In this of
fice his sworn statement Ni. M0J, for
the purchase of the 8K4 NE"4 N4
SKU SW'H SK of section No. S3.
In township No, t north, range No. 9.
west and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for
Its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes and to estnMIh hi
claim to said land before the reg'ster
and receiver of this office at Oregon
City. Oreeon, on Monday, the Sth day
of December, 1903.
He names ss witnesses: William
I.uce, Andrew TV Kh'der. Lester M.
I.elnnd. Edward J, Elliott, all of Sea
Any and all peinons claiming ad
versely the 'above-described land are
requested to file their clauus In this
office o onr before said 8th day of De
CHA8 B. Moonm
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Unitvd States Land Office. Oregoa
City. Oregon, September 33. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions ot the act
of Congress of June 3, 1STS. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber land la
the states of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory," as
extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4. IStt.
at Clatskanle, county of Columbia,
State of Oregon, has this day tiled la
this office his sworn statement No.
5908 for th purchase of th NK'i of
section No. II 1st township Ns. 7 north'
range No. 9 west, and will offr proof
to show that the land sought Is more
valuable for Its timber or stone than
for ngriouHural purposes, and ie es
tablish his claim to said land before
the register and receiver of this of
flcf at Oregon City. Oregon, on Friday,
the 19th day of December, 1902.
H nnmos ss nltneses: Thomas B.
Bidwell. Charles Iverson, Frank Uld
well. Charles Hall, all of Astoria. Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
vr"lv the above deschlhed lands are
requested to file their claims with the
register and receiver of this office on
or before the said lHh day of Decem
ber. 1M3. CHAS. B. MOORKS.
In the Circuit Court ot the State of
Oreron. for Clatsop County.
Ida Thomas Mitchell. Plaintiff, vs.
Charles H. Mitchell, Defendant.
To the above named defendant,
Charles H. Mitchell:
In the name of the state ot Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint of the above
named plaintiff filed against you In
the above entitled cam in the above
entitled court, on or before Monday,
the 34th day of November, 1902. And
the defendant will take notice that If
he shall so fail to appear and answer,
the plaintiff will apply to the cosrt for
the relief demanded In said complaint,
namely, for a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony heretofore and
now existing between the plaintiff and
the defendant and for the care and
custody of the minor child Issue of
said marriage. The defendant will
also notice that this summons Is pub
lished In the semi-weekly Astorlan
once each week for six consecutive
weeks pursuant to nn order made by
the above entitled court on the 30th
day of September. 1902. The date of
the flrt publication of this summons Is
October 3rd. 1W)2.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
New Goods, New Fall Samples, Per
ect Work. Prices IlensonaMc, and Work
done with Dinpatch.
4S2 Commercial St - - Antoria. Ore
OLD KENTUCKY HOME
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Vliolcsnlc Liquor anil Cl;iir Dealer
soli: ao k nth
108-1 10 Fourth Street - - - Portland, Oregon
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...THE CITY OF ASTORIA...
Is Noted hh the l'ln e Where
Is M '""tnrr l i n
Cutbirth's Creosote Shingle Stains
The Most Iursble, Preservative, sod
Handsome Stains on tbe Market.
Nothing keeps ont tbe weather like shinnies on the walls. Nothing
preserves and beautifles shingles like Cutbirth's etsins.
Cutbirth also makes tbe best COPPEK PAINT for tbe bottoms of all
The Popular Product of tlio
Oregon enjoys a very large domestic
KOPPS BEST bottled
Lei fka aaLO DUST
fisher's Opera House
ti. E. Sellg, Lessee and Hgr.
laOJiDAY, pi. 17th
Tlw LnmWule of Liughtor
With rELSE ER1CKS0N, of
KULLAGl'NNARSTOP, IS YON
- Pmeuted by a
You All Want to See
The Funny Irish Widow
The Idimlif r Gimp in Midwinter
The Kreakinp of the Log Jam
The I.uitiWrmcii's Quartette
Prices lWserved seats 73 cents; gsl
lery 80 cetil.
Seal sale opens Saturday morning at
tiriftin A Herd.
Cowing & Cowing
Ore go City, Oregon,
OOke-Room 4, U. A Land Office tUdg.
Pr:tiv In all the eoerts of the
State. United States Land Office Bus!
nss a Speeialty.
Improved Order of Red men
NOVKMIIEIt 20. 1UOU
Foard & Stokes' Hal!
Maskers Tickets ....II
Spectators , 50c
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance Commission and Snipping.
Agent Wells Fargo and Pa
cific Espress Companies. Cus
tom House Broker.
HEDGES & GALLOWAY
I ,ahI Office Business a Kpecisltjr.
i !! Himi 1 nod 2, Weintisril BMtf
the most healing )4ivtl ihawi,
ix ixziuiiiiiniixx iixxxr
only brewery in Northwestern
and export sale.
or In keg
Free city delivery.
"The lllRgest Scitsatkm Everywhere."
The smallest streiccpe with the
strongest optical effect. Highly tin
Islutd In different colors with rich gold
nd silver decorations (mountings-.
In -ludlng JO V, r. Photograph. Views
of art (genre). Price only II, Ht
everywhere prepaid tn letter form,
Uliput Steroscope Company
FOUR EST Ul-rXI..
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The most Important Improvement
of the age In the art of pen
manship makes the poorest writ
er a splendid penman In a few
weeks by the use of this ring. En
dorse! by prominent college presidents
and boards of education In Europe
and America. Sample dosen assorted
lsM sent post paid for II. single
sample t6c. When ordering a single
ring state whether for man, woman
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
11 D. FOURTH BT., Philadelphia.
C. (B. Barr, Dentist
Mans U Building.
171 Commercial St., Astoria, Ore.
TBUBPHONB RED Ml.
Dr. T. L. Bail
124 Commercial Street Astoria. Ore.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Ynut orttrn hit
FRESH AND SALT
Will he promptly and
aiila'a-riorllr alMndrd la
3. W. MORTON. Pres.
Telepsess N. .1.1.
C. r. WISE, Propr.
Astoria's principal resort.
Klne liquors unJ cUurs.
The MUG SALOON
P. K. PETERSON. Prop.
Fineet Wince and I,litors.
Corner Aslor nnil Ninth.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All (ooils shipped lo our car.
Will receive special sttrntlon.
No. 538 Duans St. W. J COOK. M
421 BOND HT.
We are thoroughly prepared fur
making estimates and executing
orders for all kinds of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In stork. We s1l ttie
celebrated 8HELBT LAMP. Call
up Phone 1161.
H. W. CYRUS. - Mr
In the way of Usury and solid
comfort when they travel via
And they are never disappointed
not even the most exacting (or the
Famous Trains of thli Famous Line
are all equipped with "The best of
Remember It Is fie short line be
tween Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chi
cago. Anything you wish to know about
comfortable traveling gladly answered
H. L. BISLBR,
General Agent, 48 Alder Street.
T. W. TKA8DALB.
General Pass. Agt., St. Paul,, Minn.
CALL Foil HMPl'HUCAN 1'MI-
MAIUKtJ AND mNVKNTloN.
Notice Is hereby glvrit thut a rl
m.ii'y el'Htlon will be hi'UI In the city
of Astoria, Clatsop fount y, nr., Novem
ber IS, IIHiJ, between the hours f 11
in. niul ( . in. of eitld ily. fr
purptwe of electing delegates l tne
city republican con vein Inn. Juilse. of
election end polling places Imve Wn
selected M follows: ,
First ttsnl IHillIng pines, iViirl
hulls'1. JihIri'S Thoinns t.lnvllle, A,
MontKniiieiy mvl I, J. tliKHlinnn.
Secuiiil Wurd Polling pluce, Welch
IiIihK. .Itnlses- 1), . W'rl.h,
Wilson snd Charles tarson.
Third ward-Polling place, tiffbe of
Astoria llox eumpny. Judge -I 'an
Otimlile, William n IHIrn and mid Kll
Notice Is further given Ihut a city
repulillctiii convention will he held at
the council chambers tn the city hull,
at J p.m. on Novemhrr Ie, 1WJ, for the
purpoSK of nominating the following
one city attorn, fur a term of two
one councilman from the First ward,
for r term of three yeais.
Two 'ouuctlmrn from the (roud
ward, each for S term of three years.
one councilman from the Third ward,
for a term of three yesrs.
lly order of the city republican is
JAMKS W. WKI'll, t'hairrnss.
W. F. M'ORtWKiH, HevreUry. ,
TO AND FROM ALL
It PAUL. DULUTH. MINMSAPOLM.
CHICAGO AND POINTS BAST.
Through Talari gd Tourist Sb tpers.
Dining and Uufbl Smoking Library
Dally Trains: fast tUne.
For rates, folders tad lull lnterto
tlim regarding tickets, route ele , sail
on or addrewi
J W. t-HAU'N, H DICKSON
Trsv I'm. Agt. CHty Ticket Agi.
lit Third Street, Pwtln1.
A. H C. DH.NNrtffO.V, O. W. P A
!S First Avenue. Seattle. Wash.
Tlnu- Card tifTrulns
Leaves ' Arrtvee
I'uk'ct Hound Limited. 7 26 am t:H ss
Kmmni Clty-Hl. Louie
K-ciiil 1l;l am I 41 p m
North Const Limited I SO p m I:Km
Tii'cinui nnd Binttls Nlyht
rirea .11 V. pm S Of. SS
T.ik Pnt Hound Limited or N4nk
I'niiHt Minlted forOrsy's Harbor petnta
Tiiho I'uifijt Hound Limited for Oiyss
I in dlre-t.
Takrt Pniiel Sound Limited or Man
.in i'lty-Ht. txiis Sivrlal for Hmis
oil Mouth II, nil brnmh.
Iniiible ilaliy train srvlcs n 0-y's
ll.iilior brunt h.
Four trnliis dully between Porllnrd,
Tncoina nnd Seattle.
A. I). CH AHLTON,
Ait-tlatant Oeneral Pus-n!er Agt.
2f,5 Morrison St., Vortlnnd, Or.
akd (j?iEor4 Pacific
1:60 p. m.
ington St. Psul
I p. m.
Ft, Worth, tma
St. Louis, t'hlcigo
Ft. Worth, Oma-J
ha, Ksnsss city.
St. Louis, cnieago
St. Psul. Duiutn
7:00 s, rs
cago end Bast
72 hours from Portland to Chicago.
Nn Changs of Cars.
OCEAN AND RIVBR SCHEDVJLB
All sailing dates
subject to chsnge
fA, flan Franda-
co every Ave days.
7 a. m.
To Portland snd
4 a. tn.
Steamer Nshcotta leaves Astoria
tide daily for Ilwaoo, connecting there
with trains for Long Beseto, Tioga and
North Beach points. Returning ar
rives at Astoria stuns evening.
O. W. LOUNSBKRRT, Agent.
A. 1 CRiAJO.
Oeneral Passenger Agent,