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HIE MORNING ASTdRIA SAf MDAV, NOVEMBER 22. 190i
J.oe jrour 6Mcr:for your " Tlmiiknlving Turkey."
The price i uro- to advance us Thanks-giving up-
juubiuw, uuti uy juncing your orucr now we will not
only protect yon in price but give you first miction.
Ross, Hlgglns 6k Co.
hc pally jAtftoi'tun.
Nov, II. -Oregon, Ida-
SPECIAL SALE OF
Tailor I'lievioU mi' I tlnliliislied
Worsteds M Indies wide, regular
prM-tJ Z'.'ft i, now
Tailor's Tweeds, !W indies wi.1,
l.Vi'i values, M-,lal, mT yard I1.VK
M tin uml Cheviot! in green,
c astor ami imi, Ml inches wide, reg.
ulr price l.7ft per yd. special
Haltiy-day Skirting iu gteen,
bru ami blue, plait) mixture
toil chalk litiiw, Art iiioln wi.lr.
values per yd II 50. spflcUl ri c
per yard IUH.
A. Dunbar Co.
lettuce In lody
U O. Karlna )u one-pound package
t Fisher He.
IVMitlnn wsmed by fliat class sta
li.Hi.irr engineer. Addres M, cftr A
Th tmr In II. -Elmore will
l.v Anion fov Tillamook bay point
a'. o'elok . m. Sunday, November
Vti Imifsl variety of puim- In the
cltv consisting of steel, snake umt ulll
gator. Kvn.iiiiv buckskin, etc,, itl linger
l:lv S lioul SiMi'iinl'Miili'iil i lit rk
NUfd yesterday ili.it there would be
mi mlnx.l :lv day following Thanks-
iv inc. Th" W.tnl di-rldwl hikhi thin
loiililo hollliiy ji ll IiihI mrWIiiu.
J,ii'ih vi'i, u 1'i'nlili'iit anil chin tic
or Piiclil" iitiinly, ill'-il Tliui-Hiliiy nltibl
i SI. Miuyx lioplliil. Tin- ftiniTiil
will lw Indil li1y fioin Itii- uuiVrtiik
tn intrtiirn iv i'Ii in'.-i'ini-nt In the
I'lli- I'im -u luKlim i-iiinpn lip lln- Hvrl
.n 111 'i ill.in .ig.iln, ufliM- .1 iloHf
rtiivm liii-ln Hip Hlormy WfiitliiM-. Mr.
Ii.-uhmi. 'vim linn imt rctuin.-.l from un
cml.-lll llt. Ililt-'H lllllt tU' Will CRlllll
llnh I'lllllpM Iwi.'k of WllKllllllirill, WllHh.
TIij ,l"iiinii.i for tlinlii-r In very In-nvy.
Hll'l Mi- Mil - III" i-olll I lliipilHI- nf 100,
iMMQ f.' -l i f log In 2 luilli! If he
li.nl 'hit iii7nllly In lln; ivnlur. The
f.iri'Ht (Iri'H wlih h ii-n-ntly iiik'-iI In
WsililiiKtnn hml lln' cffi'it nf Ki'i'iilly
ii'.Iii.'Iiik (In- Hiipply of iiviillnlili. tim-l--r
it tnl lln- outlook for tli ImliiNlry
la v.-ry bright,
BUST IN THH WOULD
UNION MAD 10 . . .
tM.l ltontl Stt-iot
80LK A(iKNT FOR ASTOHIA
Next Tuliiy murnliif we will rc
ctilvo Nhlpmi-nl at iorn-fJ turkey,
rurtlm dttftlrliiK.to prmur nl- bird
for Tlinkvln ihould l.-ve ua thHr
ordi-r now, w will t0 it thut
tln-y mlvB thu bett bird obUlnablf
ut right prkvii. J.ihnmin llron.
Th uliidnilt of the frmhiimn Ian
of tlm bUh mhiHil will Klve k iuhIuI
nod gp(M.f tlilH vv.nln In th im
urinlily room of MiCluri ituhool. A
Hinull udmliulJil fvv will be chitrK,
nnd ihn oiocwJh will no to thii m hool
lilnury fund. Tin- mulriit cxf-i i ull
frli-nilM of lln- mlitnd to rtlli-inl.
Afu-r Im-Iiiit liild up for m-vi-rul fk
th" BU-Bim-r F.ldi-r nrrvid down the
rlvvr t-ui'ty yt-ntotdity iiioiiiIiik nnd 1-
i.nrlcd for Hun Fnim-lro. She tiMilj
nu fivlxhl lit Antorlu. Willi.- lylnic ut
I'oiilund Hit' mti'iiiniihlp Ui.muukIi
ly rt'iiovulid mid pri-wtitfil imiih im-
novd npiwiiriinif. It In lli'iiiifht her
liipH will bp Irriguuliir until Hit' i-oin-intiiv
M-illr IU ilirflrultlm with the
Mr, lidllh Lorulia Wirt dli-d yrHr
ilnv inomlnif itl Ht Mary' hoHpltnl uf i
er dn IIIiip of il little more than on
wt-rk. Mm. Wlrt wn tlm I'ldi-nt daugh
ter of t'ontriiiior John Wlrt of thla
t-lt v and the wife of Krfdi-rlik Wlrt.
lie foreman on the dredge W. 8. Ijidtl.
The Itnmwllute i-uuiie of her death waa
H-rltnnltlN. The funerul will be held
Hunday forenoon with Interment at
Greenwood imelerjr. Ueieaiwd wa
t& yew of ago at tbcllme of tier death.
She la aurvlved by her huband and
an Infant child.
The regular inciting of the Aatorla
i mini ll. KeiUrutloa of l-ubor. m held
at MHr hull lat evening. A loin
iniinlinllon from th Team Drlvera'
union waa rend, Inloralng C. A. I.len
mweUir for i-oumllnian In the Third
ward. A lominunkatlon from the
.onM and WuHera1 niton d.-i luring
the San Kranelco oyater liouae unfair
w.ia r.a.l. und the action of the union
Indorsed nr. I the oynter houw placed
mi the unfair Hal. A communication
from the OarpmU-rn- union declaring
V. II. Mdl' r unfair wiih r.-ud nnd the
iu tlnn of th-! unl'ii Indorsed. It wua
l.nld.d to withdraw ivitromme from
nil meriluntx who) advertlm-nienla
app.nr.-l In the Kvenlng New after
tv.-.inl..r 1. an I the nwretnry wna In-Hliu.t.-d
Ift pulllll a notice to Umt
i-ft.-tl. Th-ru IxlliK no further bual-iii-n,
(lit- conn -II inljounii-d.
"Ah, Sum. my hoy. you ore lucky
mark." anld Ah Km m hliimt-lf yeater-
duV iiflt-rnooli. iim he ntepH-d out of
I'nlli'd HlMli-a t'ommiHHioner Thoma-m'a
OfTlce, n free mini. Sum hud been ur
realed on u charge of being llleg illy
In the country. Ilia aireat waa cnua-
ed by ii Heiillle goviinineiit iiipih-uoi,
w ho met Sam while here on off clul
bundle!. When Sam wh hauled h
fme Hie local cuHtom hu'IioiIUok he
miltl he hud given hi certllieale lo hi
fiilhiT ami thul he would be uimbln to
moduce It. The law of the nation
reiiulre that Chlnm hnll le provided
with ci-rtinciile at nil llmea, and
IhlligM looked bud for S.un. At the
hearing, however, he produced th-
iiece.ary dociiinenl. which had been
aubncrlbetl to by 0. S.. Wright nnd M.
11. llonorth. Thl s.iinhed the case
of the prosecution and Sam has again
tiiln-u lip hi abode in the I'hlneae
nuiiiter. nfler a hort tny 1 the coun
Pining the recent Mull to Portland
bV Pi-eldenl M.lln nf Hie No.lhcrn
Purine, tlmt ofMelnl I nccredllcd with
having Hindi- Hllphllng remark about
the proponed l.cwl nnd Clark expo
nillon. The Inferen.'e gleaned from hi
Btat.'ini-nl In that the fair never will
be held nt nil. or if II I Hint it w
remilt In Hat failure. These Insinu
ations hnv considerably stirred up
roi-ilnmlein, who are Interested In the
nrolecl, nnd they are not nlow In p!!
1ivsIiik their i-ondemtmlton of his
I.r.,ul.l..i,l M.i'ili'll Is .icciiscd of
Bliinillnut In with, other cities, presttm
nbly In the riip't . und country, nnd
his expression In regard to Oregon's
much boiiBled fair Is supposed to be
Intended to dampen the enthusiasm
hitherto displayed. If he was actu
ated by any such motive It Is very evi
dent Hint he has failed In cnrrylng out
hi obkvt. On the contrary Portland
I now more determined than ever tn
hold the exposition and It I supposed
that this newly acquired grit I In real
lty the result of the railroad man's
denreclntlnR words. Representative
of different commcrclnl bodies and
nrnfessloiiB have expressed through the
medium of the press that they deem
President Mellon' statement as being
Impolitic and altogether unjust and It
I irenerally conceded that the other of
ficial of the road will not back up
their chief In the Hand he ha taken.
The regular meeting of the Woman'
club will be held thl Afternoon on th
fi ond floor of Pythian castle, at 2:30,
Mr, 1.111a Sanborn will u t a chair
man of the afternoon. The topic will
be "Koine," and th quotation at roll
rail will be appropriate to the aubject
A full atenlan-.o of member U re-
(meited. a several matter of Im
portance are to be considered.
Mr. Mc-Kean of the Woman'
change, on Tenth atreet, delre to an
nounce that on Wednesday, November
it. between th hour of I and
o'clock, ah will conduct ale of
pocliilly made cake, all kind of pie,
mince meat and other good thing nec-
arv for a aucceuful Thanksgiving
dinner, Ttil I done to nave trouble
for other. If you want to taste
niraln the real home-baked article,
leave your order now or call on the
above date and be supplied.
It wu. learned yesterday from a
source that outfht to be authentic that
the clever detective work thut landed
the Fort Stevens Incendiaries In the
guardhouse i4 not the conception of
fvtectlve Hlmmons of Portland, but
thut of a secret service man. whose
Identity I not known. It 1 said that
thl iigent was del tiled by the official!
of the wur department to Investigate
the repent.) 1 attempts to burn the post,
und that he went tuletty to work scy-
erul weeks nuo. lie I said to have
served an "enlistment" Of some weeks
before making the capture. The story
that Detective Simmon wu entitled
to the credit for the capture probably
resulted from the visit to this city of
that entlman, who was working on
another -. Mr. Simmons wo In
Astoria for a few days and hi pre,
ence here wan kept secret by the po
lice. As the arrest of the alleged In
cendiary followed almost Immediately
It was logically concluded that Mr.
Simmon "turned the trick." The
error was male known yesterday by a
man who knows something; of what
trunsplr.-s at the fort.
FITiST LUTHERAN Rev. Oscar
oslrom will conduct the service a
IMtESHYTEIUAN-Scrvlce a u.
ual. Theme of the morning ermon,
"Ood s (luldance and Reward." Even
ing theme. "Hidden Treasure,"
llAI'TIST The pastor will preach In
the morning on the subject of "Mis
sion." and In the evening on "Tem
nernnce;" All the other, services will
lw observed as usual
There will be religious services In
the Swede language In O'Brien hall,
Kant Astoria, every Sundtiy at 10:30
u. m. and 7:30 p. m., with sucred song
METHOWST EPISCOPAL Rev.
Harold Obar will neennv the pulpit
at both service. Morning subject,
"Iron for the Blood" ;cvenlng subject,
"Shams." The church will be com
fortably heated by the new furnace.
Ni.tRVE(HAN-PANI9H-Rev. ' F. A.
Scnrvle will speak tn the forenoon at
-II o'clock on "Forgive IT Our Debt,"
Tn the evening at 7:45 the services will
be In English. Subject for the sermon,
"The Wrong and the Right Stimulus."
Sunday school at 10 n. m.; song serv.
Ice nt 7 p. m.
The four masted schooner Wempe
Bros, arrived In yesterday to take on
The schooner John A. cleared Yester
day for Son Francisco. She takes
300,000 feet of lumw
The four masted schooner Luzon ar
rived In yesterduy from San Francisco
to assume a cargo of lumber.
The coasting steamer Redondo pas
sed out yesterday for San Fruuclsco,
via. Tillamook and Eureka. " The
steamer has a partial cargo of lum- i
ber and will complete a full cargo at '
the way points.
We perspire a pint a
day without knowing it;
ought to; if not, there's
trouble ahead. .The ob
structed skin becomes
sallow or breaks out in
pimples. The trouble goes
deeper, but this is trouble
If you use Pears' Soap,
no matter how often, the
skin Is clear and soft and
open and clear.
Sold all over the world.
MR. CURTIS DECLINES
WILL XOT MAKH HL'N FOK
Hay the Place Is Altojrther Too
Important for the Halary
' Attached to It.
C. J, Curtis, the republican nominee
for city attorney, yesterday tendered
hi declination. Mr. Curtis Hates that
he 1 adverse to running for an office
that neissuth a poorr.alary and disclaims
any desire to actively engage In politic.
Ids dscllnatlon will go before the re
publican city central committee, which
ho the authority to All the vacancy.
Mr. Curtis' letter Is as follow-.
'Astoria, Nov. Jl. -Mr. Samuel El
more, Chairman, ami Members of the
Republican City ConventionGentle
men: I have been notified that at the
convention of the republican party of
the cltv of Astoria I received the unan
imous nomination for the office of city
attorney. I desire to thank the com
venllori and the republicans of Astoria
for the confidence reposed In me and
the honor conferred. j
"The office of city attorney ut one j
of the most Important In the city gov- j
eminent and the poorest paid. The j
sahirv Is Inadequate to the services per
formed, as upon the sound Judgment I
of the cltv attorney depends, to a great j
extent, the business Interest of the
cltv. I regret that I cannot accept the ;
nomination, being dislrous of not par
ticipating actively in politic, und not
being willing to incur the expense of a
political campaign for an office the
salary of which I lower than is paid
common laborers on the street of the
cltv. und which Is subject to reduction
at the hands of the common council. 1
therefore most re peel fully decline the
nomination. C. J. CURTIS."
INDORSED UX LABOR CNIONS
Candidates for City Offices Will Re
ceive Their Support,
AfUr ths adjournment of Astoria
council, Federation of Labor, last
evening, a convention of the labor or
ganizations waa called and organized
by electing J. H. Hansen chairman
and D. T. Gerdes secretary.
A committee consisting of Pete May
er, J. F. Welch, Hans Jacobson, A. O.
Bergman and H. M. Lornsten was ap
pointed to select candidate for coun
cllmen and city attorney from the
friend of organised labor already
ForWORH or DREvSvS
FOR MEN and FOR BOYS. j
GOOD llSpi " V-- 14 Mk And . I
SUITS if I $ Coats I
THATf mm f Hhj that I
i an w7sraE ;, rr mB
-4r IYou J L ( I Keep TffJ I
" Get 10 j j Warm
: 8 WISE has the -BESI: I W:
&r and tints no JEST. . JL "
Boys Sis or I
$1Q ,.$35 -fef"f wo
V The Reliable Clothier and Hatter . ,
nomlntd by the two political partle
and report the same to the meeting.
C. J. Curtis waa tendered the nom
ination for city attorney, but declined,
and th committee reported the fol
"That thl convention Indorse the
following pereon for councllmen and
cltv attorney .and that we use our best
efforts to elect them, and that all the
labor union of the city be notified of
"City attorney, A. M. Smith.
"Councllmen, Flint ward, George
Kaboth; Second ward, John Svenson
and J. V. Burn; Third ward, C. A
The report of the committee wa
Adnoted unanimously, after which the
MR. NELSON DECLINES.
Oe.irge A. Nelson, who wa nominal.
ed by the city republican convention
for councilman from the Second ward,
has announced hi determination to de
cline the nomination. Mr. Nelson cal
led up this office by 'phone last even
ing and said:
"I ve by this morning's Astorlan
that I was nominated for the council
by the republican convention. I wlh
you would snnonne. for me that I
nositlveiv will not accept the nomina
tion. While I appreciate the courtesy
extended me by the convention, I
have no delre to try for a place In the
council. My determination to not run
i 1 liiiitl.
MR. BIUX MAY RUN.
Members of the citizen central com
mittee who were seen yesterday said
that the committee would meet on
Monday for the purpose of organizing.
When asked whether Mr. Brix, the
candidate In the Third ward, would
make the race, one of the committee
man said he understood Mr. Brix
would accept the nomination. Fron
what could be learned, there 1 noth
ing definite about this matter, and un
til the committee reting on Monday
the statu of the citizen candidate will
not be known.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE
"If everyone knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pill Is,"
write D. H. Turner, Dempseytown,
Pa., "you'd sell all you have In a day.
Two weeks use ha made a new man
of me." Infallible for constipation,
stomach and liver troubles. 25c at
Cha. Rogers' drug store.
Rosyln coal last longer, Is cleaner
and makes less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues ihan any other coal
on the market. George. W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
mi i I . i I
LOOKS EASVf OR FllION
WILL BE ELECTED OX THE
No Longer Any Question of HI
Success In the Itace tor the
The election of C. W. Fuiton to the
United State senate I now practically
assured. That he will have enough
support to elect him on the first bal
lot seems certain, and the effort of
his friend now will be directed to
ward securing for him a rousing vote
that will be in the nature of a tribute
to his unwavering faith to his party.
as well as attesting h'.B popularity In
11 section of the state. The time
for the session Is growing short and in
terest 1 Increasing in the ' election.
There are, perhaps, a few other aa
nlrants for the place outside of Gover
nor Geer, but that Mr. Fulton is the
only candidate whose chance Is worth
considering is the opinion of ait well !
The Indication are that Mr. Fulton
will receive the vote of most of the
members of the Muultnomah delega
tion, as well as the support of the rep
nresentativo of the outside counties.
It Is a remarkable fact that the other
alleged candidates, such as Messrs.
Bourne. Scott, McBrlde and ' others,
have steadfastly maintained that they
were not in the race, and it would
surely seem that' the Astoria man ha
a clea,- field. This belief prevails all
over the state.
Acco:-dlng to the Portland Journal
Mr. Fulton will be elected on the first
ballot. The Journal prints the fol-
iiwlng figures from a friend of Mr.
Fulton, showing , the strength of the
various "aspirants" at the present
Getf , .'.12
Total republican members 73
"This is giving the roost liberal esti
mate to the following of the oppon
ents of Mr.. Fulton," said the gentle
man in question to the Journal re
porter, "and. In realltyv Fulton will
have more vote than 36 when the
legislature "meets. I believe he really
has about W members of the assembly
'who will stand by hirtl throoh Ihtt it
and thin. ' ' ""';
"In assigning five vote to Miklt!i
A. Moody I do o upon the theory thl
there will be that many who would
(UDoort th congressman before any
one else, I regard Moody s one of
the possibilities, when Fulton I elim
inated. ' That t . were Fulton
subtracted from the problem, Moody
comes clostly next as to possibilities.
'This Is also dependent upon the
theory that Mr. Cortett doe not be
come ft candidate. -
"Fulton will -receive all scattering
rote that will go to other candidate
at first, on -he principle of tne 'band
wamn.' He will be elected senator,
probably upon the first ballot, or, If
not then, at a very early date there
after." PERSONAL MENTION
Merchant Fred Olsen of Olney Vis
ited ihe city yesterday.
Editor William waa In the city yes
terday from Skamokawa. ,
MU Mary Brayne of Youngs river
foils was In the city yesterday, . '
Mr. Frank Gerde returned lost
night from a visit to Portland-.
State Food Commissioner Bailey wa
in the city yesterday, on official busi
ness. A. S. Froslid manager of the Necant
cum Lumber company, wa in the city
vegtrday from Seaside.
Oscar Nordstrom a former resident
of this city, Is here on a visit from Se
attle, Ills present place of residence.
0 F R E A L T T
Mrs. Etta Hilleary to Milton Young
lot 9 block 8 Bradbury' Addi
tion to Ocean Grove I 500
f TaeMaeWk W
Miufcitottinl bare work aiMl
nmsa vMtler. UefcrrlrMto
mf. If joor dmlur domn'l
hT ttMR , MBit t CkUOKW.
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