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THE MORNIMS ASTOUIAN. SATURDAY. M.Cr.MliLlv 27, 1!K)2
THE f QUO RELIABLE
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TiiEBE iS HO SUBSTITUTE
NEED Of CULTIVATION!
Present Day Advancement
Uttk Minds Particularly Require h in Onkr
i to Develop Into tergc and
A piano or an organ not only culti
vates the mind, but trains the fingers,
educates the ear,- refines the taste. In
spires finer social graces, entertains
and amuse.-, keeps the children at home
and attracts desirable friends and ac
quaintances. You want your children
to have all these advantages, you want
them to enjoy -every opportunity that
the children of this glorious country do.
Too want them to remember a happy
childhood and youth and attain a prom
ising majority, with minds so improv
ed and cultivated that they are a credit
to you and a satisfaction to themselves,
able to cope with the rest of the culti
vated world. .
i BEGIN THE NEW TEAR
with one of our beautiful holiday in
struments In your home. It will prove
the starting' point for much that is
pleasant and profitable In your lives, j
There Is no need of doing without any
thing so needful when our low prices
At ,.aW (Mml nlaA thA VArV l)At til-
atruments within the reach of every
one. - Pianos that other dealers ask
6S0, $725 and $850 for are priced by us
for Ml 8, $T and $58. Payments on
them are but $25 down and $10 or $12
In monthly Installments. These are
prices on the very best Instruments in
the world. Less expensive ones at
lftwa. nilM anil tprma Orcnna. find
beautiful ones, for only $47, and on up
to $89, with payments down of $6 to $8
and the rest $3 to $5 monthly.
Our holiday instruments are "creating
a sensation everywhere not only for
their exceptional beauty and tone qual
ity, but because we are selling them for
JuBt what we ask for the ordinary fin
ish of the same pianos. Come In and
see them if you possibly can, it will be
a pleasure to you to see such an aggre
gation of fine artistic work. If you can
not come, write us, fuH information
and catalogs will be promptly and
cheerfully furnished you.
EILER PIANO HOUSE,
.351 Washington street, Portland.
Other stores doing a large leading
business at San Francisco, Spokane
. PRESBYTERIAN Theme of the
morning sermon: "Memory and Antici
pation." In the evening there will be
a Christmas song service rendered by a
choir under the leadership of Miss
Katie Flavel, - :;
GRACE EPISCOPAL Preaching
ADAMS 8 HENNINGSEN
416-418-420 and 422 Bond Street. -
Grand Opening Sale of New
and Second-hand Furniture,
Stoves, Tinware and Granite
ware. All the latest designs in Cur
tains and Draperies.
Our Specialty! Upholstering
in all its branches. .. -
Our Motto: One Price, Cash
Sales and Fair Dealing to all.
services at U a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 12:30, at which time the
Christmas music will be repeated. At
9 a., in. there will be services held In
the Holly Innocents' chapel. In East
Astoria. "' ;
W. W. Whipple Is in the city.
- James Quinn Is here from Quinn.
Henry Graham Is here from Cosmop
olis. Lieutenant Weeks Is In the city from
Governor Geer was an Astoria visit
or on Chrlstmu day. -
Mrs. C. C. Clark of Seaside spent
yesterday In the city,
H. cTtngalls was in from the Lewis
and Clark yesterday.
C S. Dow was In the city yesterday
from Prospect Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grant spent
Christmas In the city.
A. C. Atton of Rainier is in the city,
registered at the Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lelnenweber were
in the city Christmas day. '
Mrs. Harry Wood of Warrenton was
an Astoria visitor yesterday.
W. J. Copeland left yesterday for the
east to be absent for a month.
Secretary of State F. I. Dunbar and
wife were In the city Christmas day
Miss Nellie F. Busey will return to
day to resume her school work on
John MinN arrived In the city last
night from Salem. He is registered
at the Occident.
Hamie Planting is spending a few
holidays here and on the west side. Mr.
Planting rlsides at Eagle Cliff.
FIREMEN MEET '
DEATH IN FLAMES
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a number of factories in the immediate
vicinity Hf.-i to the nearby tenements.
Thomas Nenney, a watchman in the
Arbuckle plant was passing down the
stairs, when he saw a ribbon of flame
shoot out of a rubbish heap on the first
floor. Almost before he could gasp
IX OFFICES ARE OPE
to two classes of persona: book.
keepers, and stenographers. We have
not been able for months past, to meet
the demind on ua for help. Quality
count that Is why our graduates are so
competent, and why so many of them
are In position. Verily, it pays to attend
our school. Open all the year; students
admitted at any time; catalogue tree.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
PORTLAND, OREGON i'
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL.B., PRINCIPAL
im.t r-ro.w,l the street the flames w
Shooting from the windows. Policeman
liih'klov sent In one. then two alarms
rVfove the firemen arrived the third
ittwl fourth lloora had caught.
When Deputy Chief Mvirray arrived
h ent In a third and fourth, warm
and when Chief Furrcy arrived, a half
hour later, he ordered engines and
ivtai fmm the Manhattan side of
i-iv.tr to helu. With the arrival of water
tower No, battalion Chhf Oupplngor
assumed charge of It and ran It direct-
ly under one of the walls.
Sudddhr the wall was soen to buliw
the third story and before the men
could move, it crashed directly down
on them. The firemen and McCooley.
tht. cltltten. were buried and the wa
twore ladders were smashed to kind'
Hnir wood. Ten minutes later the II
i ih men were taken out. This w
th; battalion chief, unconscious and
f.t.illv hurt. McCooley came next
SleCarthy, who will die. tt Is thought,
was found half under a wheel of the
mew alan unconscious. The bodies
of Jeffries and OToole were found mi
HUSBAND AND WIFE DKAD.
Mistake In Drugs Causes Sudden Death
DENVER, Deo. 2.-Mr. ami Mrs.
John Singer are lying dead at the mor
gue as the result. It Is thought, of ac
cidental oolsonlng. Mr. Singer be
came suddenly 111 and his wife sent for
a physician. lie fore one reached their
home. Mr. Singar had expired and Mrs.
Singer hud been stricken with convul
sions and pains. She died while tne
physician was trying relieve her stif
ferines. She revived long enough
however, to say the single word "sails."
In response to the doctor's questioning
as to what she had taken. The doctor
who was called believes the couple took
oxlllc acid, mistaking it for salts.
Generous Man In New York Makes
Wholesale Gift Distribu
tion. vrvf YORK. Dec. 26. All of the 833
natlents in Bellevue and the allied hos
pitals bae received Christmas pres
ents as the result of the generosity of
a man whose name the hospital author
ities promised not to make public.
Aernrdimr to Asting Superintendent
Rockard, who has the hospital records
almost by heart, this Is the first time
that all of its patients have had a share
of the Christmas gifts since the hospi
tal was founded, nearly 100 years ago.
JUSTICE TEMPLE DEAD. '
Was An Old and Honored Resident of
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26.-Asso-clate
Justice Jackson Temple, of the
Supreme Court of California, Is dead In
this city. He was born In Massachus
etts August 11,, 187. In 1852 he came
to California. ' Besides serving with
distinction as judge of the district and
sip?r(br courts, he was three times
elected to the supreme bench. Justice
Temple had a beautiful home at Santa
Rosa, wh're his widow and children
MISSOURI PREACHER'S LUCK.
Unites Five Couples in Wedlock With
CHICAGO, Dec. 26.-Rcv. N. D.
Naylor performed a marriage ceremony
last night by which five couples were
united, says a special to the Chronicle
from Armstrong, Mo. The brides and
bridegrooms formed a circle around
the minister and with clasped hands
took the vows. They belonged to a
matrimonial club and had agreed to be
married at the same time and by the
tomb of Mckinley.
Guards from Kentucky Go To Relieve
CINCINNATI, Dec. 26. Lieutenants
Relce anil Ingehart with S men of the
Third United States Infantry, left Fort
Thomas, Ky., today for Canton, O,
where they will serve as a special
guard around McKiniey's tomb. They
will relieve the detachment of the
ENGLISH COAL FOR AMERICA.
Four Steamers to Load at Newcastle
for New York and Boston.
NEW YORK, Dec. 26-The American
demand for English coal Is again In
evidence, cables the Tribune's Lon
don correspondent. " "Four large steam
ers, carrying among them 17,000 tons,
have this weak been fixed on the New
caxtle market for New York and Bos
ton, EPIDEMIC RAGES.
Smallpox is Taking Possession of Mon
BUTTE, Mont., Dec. 26. A special
to the Miner from Salmon, Idaho, says
a smallpox, epidemic is raging there
and that two deaths from the disease
have already occurred. About 20 cas
es are reported.
the entire first Moor was In a blase,
lumDed front' it window, and before
Charles Heilborn . &
rrnsoTOK. Nt.. Oct. t 14.
O. Prsw, Helens, Mont.
ar Mr 1 haw n rly flnUbed
the former bottle and m ft ctl'-.ilr
well, Wj riM u on mo.t t hvl
eluni would bsvepiwuonnecd Incur
sb'e. My appotlte la o!, hv
sained 10 pounds In weight and foci
Ilka a r.v ! of life was siren
me. Oas of th. bottl't I sand lor
I hi tints U tor Irlfud an t til.
other for mtaelf, a' I do Rot Intend
to b without lb
Very truly jori,
' T. R. HARRIS. J
STRUCK HIS OWN DEATH BLOW.
Blood Poisoning Resulted From Strik
ing Opponent's Mouth.
NEW YORK, Dec. 26, -Anton An
derson Is dead In a hospital here as the
result of a fight in the course of which
he struck his opponent In the mouth.
Anderson's knuckles were cut by the
blow against the teeth und the next
day his hind puffed up and a surgeon
whom ho consulted Informed him he
was suffering from bloodpolsonlng and
that amputation of the hand would be
necessary. Anderson would not per
mit the operation to be performed;
the poldon spread to his arm and to his
body. Eventually the hand was taken
off, but too late to save the patient's
ROYALTY SEEKS AMERICA.
Crown Princess of Saxony Will Leave
Hir Unhappy Home,
VIENNA, Dec. 26. It is reported on
good authority that Arch Duko Ferdi
nand and the crown princess of Saxony
and companions propose going to the
United States, there being little proba
bllity of fin-ling congenial Homes In Eu
GAS IN WYOMING.
Most Important Industrial Develop
ment Yet to Take Place.
DOUGLAS, Wyo., Dec. 2C.-A dis
covery of natural gas 13 miles west of
here Is regarded as the most important
event'that has occurred In Industrial
development of central Wyoming.
5 AUTHORESS DEAD.
CHICAGO, Dec. 26. Mrs. Mary
Hart well Catherwood, the well known
authoress died tonight of cancer.
NEW YORK, Dec. 26. Cornelius
Vanderbilt passed the best day since
his serious Illness, He has made a
distinct gain since yesterday.
PIANO GIVEN a WAY
At Mrs. R. Ingelton's on Decem
ber 23. Big reduction sale of ladles'
hats, coats and skirts.
Remember MONDAY Is Mrs. Ingle
ton's bargain day. Ten percent dis
count on all sales on Monday only.
A chance for the piano with every 60
cent purchase. Welch block.
A FINE LIBRARY, ,: .
Of 140 volumes Is found on each ot
the . Northern Pacific'! "North Coast
Limited" trains. Don't forget that
these are the only trains operated in
the West that are lighted throughout
We have a new Consignment just in. Artistic
in Design Beautiful in Finish.
WE INVITE" YOUR INSPECTION
Dining Room Furniture, New Sideboards,
New Buffets, New Dining Tables,
New Chairs, Just In.
Did you see those elegant suit cases
Danslger & Co. axe giving away? I
You will find thw best lSe meal In the
city at the RUInf Sun Restaurant
Arrivedl A car of the best Wyoming
stove coal. H per ton. Phone (61.
S.. Elmore tt Co.
Open for the Inspection ot the pub
lic, with a line of art novelties suit
ible for Xmays Frank Wood field's art
shop on Bond street.
WANTED I YOUNG MEX from As
torts, to at one prepare for Positions
in the Ooverament Service. Apply to
Inter-State Corre. Inst Cedar Rapids,
Rosyln coal festa lowger, la cieantr
and makes less trouble with stoves
and chimney fines than any other coal
on the market Oeerge. W. Sanborn,
agent Telephone 1S11.
Plumbing, tinning, gas and steam
fitting at lowest rates and in work
manlike manner. Orders promptly ex
ecuted. Shop, No. 425, Bond street
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY.
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria. Ore., Dec. 10, 1002. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
at this office until 10 o'clock a. m.,
January , 190J, and then opened for
repairs to wh'irf nt Fort Columbia,
Wa?h. Plans in.J pectncillons may
!w seen and further Infimmtlon ob
tained Ju'tn. Right fs eacrved to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals.
Eitveloies should bo marked "Propos
als for repairs o wharf at Fort Co
lumbia, Wash," and addressed to Geo.
L. (J(K)dal--!, Capt., and Quar. Mr. U.
Central Meat Market
643 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your onlera tor
F RT3 SUA K I) 8 A L T
H ill he promptly ai rt
al!'c'irlljr aiivmlrd t
3. W. MORTON, Prep.
TeH'lioti No JW1.
Dr. T. L. Ball '
DENTIST. ! I ,
S24 Commercial Street Astoria. Ore
C. 01, Btff, Dentist
tit Commercial St, Astoria, On.
TELEPHONE BED KML
4581 BOND BT
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates and executing
orders for all kinds of electrical
n stalling and Repairing
Supplies In stock. We sell the
eelebrated SHELBY LAMP. Call
up Phone lltl.
H. W. CYRUS. . Mgr
Foley's Honey " Tat
heals lungs and stops the cough.
JUST THE THING FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
Bamboo Furniture, Cliltiswsre, Baskets, Hllk Hamllterohlefs
anl Fans, Trays, HImiII i.J Khell Work. . A LAKOB AH
fcOKTMKNT AT U)W PK1CES.
I Yo&ohamo Bazaar. 2o c-erciai st.
JUST THE THING ! j
2 Sideboards, Ladlea' Desks, Combination Desks, Fancy Rockers, Ifeae- i
8 tome Dining Chairs, or Rug B
g Every Article Appropriate and Practical
Large Block of choice picture mold
I II. H. ZAPF, - - -
Red Ribbon Brand
FANCY CALIFORNIA FIGS
Fisher Bros., 546-530 bcmi st. ;
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FL0UH, FEED, PROVISIONS;
TOBACCO AND CIG ARS
8tli-s of nil kinds nt lowtM rutep, f.r finln r n.
Farmers mxl Logger. t
A. V. .ALLBIN Tenth and Cnmnitrdttl Mrtris
We are prepared to make I hem oa
short notice and of the best materials.
Let us give vou estimate on any kin
of castings or pattern work. Lowe
prices for first-clase work,
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
And nowhere do they speak so
loudly of desirable bargains in
Morris Chairs, FancyJ Rockers, )
Dining Room Chairs, the pret
tiest and latest Chairs, and all :
Other kinds of Furniture'and
IJOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
As at the busy Low Price Store of
ing. Frames to er4er. Prltee
The House Furnisher
Scow Bay IronO
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