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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1903.
To Eat - - -
I , - f Alao a good assortment of Frwth
I Vegotabk'i and Fruiu in lemon,
I ROSS. HIGGINS (Q. CO.
I Try Rom, Iliggiiin A Co.ibr a nice, juicy Steal.
MONTHLY TIDE TABLES
m Altai, wet
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THE HORNING AST0RIAN
Portland, March 2T.-Vetrn 4
Orfo and Westwn Washington, 0
4 oixaalonal rain; l along coast. O
Bond In your ordara for Wyoming
cod. f. Elmort A Co. I
Four up-to-dat barter at th Occi
dent. You doa't hT to wait.
Wyoming coal, TUB HOUSES COAL.
Bond ordvra to B. El mora ft Co.
Ring up IU4 M74 for Th. Fra4arlck
ua of 3071 Bond atraot, for rvllabl
For Rani Taro or due furnished
rom for housekeeping. No. 100 Tenth
Mrs, llasmuasen will do up lac cur
talna tn your satisfaction. Leave or
dare at t)rgon bakery.
You will alwajm ttnd the beet 16c
tnoal In the city at the Rlalng Sun re
taurant, No. 011 Commercial atreet
Rig shipment of picture and photo
frame Juat In. Alao lateet bookt and
magailnea at Svenaon' book atore.
I have enough Chnmol iklna to supply
the whole country for a year; they coat
from I centa to 11.10 each. Roger,
Dumbing out of Joint T Need aome
tlnwork? Ring up No. 1031 for John
A. Montgomery, 425 Rond atreet, who
will promptly attend your wanta with
the latest aanltary plumbing fixture
and moat skilful workmanship, Tin
ning, guAflttlng and heating,
Office of C, Q. M.. Vancouver Bar
rack, Vih.. March IS. 1901,-Sealed
propohnU, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'ylock, , ni., April 10,
1003, for clearing ground at Fort 8lev--erin,
Or.'gjn. Information fumlHhed
here tit by iiuurtcrmaster at poet. V.
8. vaervt' the right to reject or ic
cept any or all propoaal or any part
thereof. Knvi'lopf containing propos
al should be narked: "Propoaala for
clearing ground at Fort Steven, Ore
gon," Addressed F. H. Hathaway, C.
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Sole Agents for the
CHAEiLES HHLB0RN 8 SON
59Q-592 Commercial Atreet
fctaowflake Coin "A - ; , ,
Tonmtoe and Lobntera '
referred Stock Coin, Tomutoci,
Dimmi, Anpnrngni and
Canned Table Fruit . ., ,
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Wanted Aglrl for houeework. Ap
ply In mornng at 143 Exchange atreet.
Wanted-Offlc boy. Apply room No.
7, Flaw) bldg., Tnth and Uond street.
For Rent Three room furnished for
bduaekeeplng. Inquire at Scully'
hardware it ore. Commercial trMt, be
tween Ninth and Tenth.
A few magnificent pro-Rruaal art
quart1, very allghtly damaged by
water, at greatly reduced price. Roat
general atock of furniture In the clly.
Prlcea the loweat II. II. Znpf. the
V. S. Engineer office. Portland, Ore.,
Muivh SS, 1001. Benlod proposals will
be rtceived here for 470,000 ton, more
or la, clone for extension nf jetty at
mouth of Columbia river, Oreg,, and
Wah., until 11 a. in . April 30, 1803,
and then publicly opened. Informa
tion on application. W. C. Langfltt,
Crepe "paper napkin are cheaper and
far more convenient than linen. . We
have Juat received a lot of choice nov
eltlea In thla line. Ornamental nap
kin, (perlully dealgned for card part
lee, ping-pong partlce, tea, partlpa,
mualcnlr. and floral and patriotic de
Ign. The price I I doirn for 26c.
It I rumored that an attempt will
be made from an unexpected eource to
have the alot machlnea now In the
city abounded, Whether or not the
effort will be Immediately ucceaaful.
remain to bcaeen. The lot machine
crane la on the wane In Aitorla. and
from all account I dying a natural
death. Where a few year ago the
proprietor reted a golden harvet
from them, It I now a fart that many
machlnea now In ue In Aetorla do not
pny their llcenae. ,
Office of l'. Q, M., Vancouver Bar-
rai'ke, Waeh., March 80. 1003. Scaled
propoaal, In triplicate, will be received-
here until 11 o'clock, . m., April 24,
193. for furnishing fuel at military
prmt In thin department for flral year
commencing July 1, 190S. Information
fili'liltthed here or by quartermaster at
poxU. United State reserve the right
to reject or accept any or all propo
Al or any part Thereof. Envelope
containing propoeal Mould be marx
erti "Propoeal for Fuel at " ad-
dreed F. H. Hathaway. C. Q. M.
Th rvgular meeting of m Womnn
club will tx held today at M p. m.
In Odd Fellow', hall. The Woman
club will celebrate Arbor day at thl
tlm Imtead of April U. Mr. Kate
D. Robb will act a chairman for th
afternoon. The quotation la repone
to roll call will be appropriate to the
ubjrct. After a hort aeeslon the la
die will adjourn to th court houae
iuar and the high chool ground to
plant tree and flower and to celebrate
the day. A full attendance I re
Prepare for Fishing; u
Suiierintcndent It A. Hawkln of the
Packer' Ilwuco lnterete, I In the
rlty. Mr. Hawkln ay preparation
for th coming finding eon are In
full lng at Ilwaro, Mending and tar
ring wrb and driving trap pll are
the order of the day. The magnlflwnt
wrnthtT of th pact two week t,a
permitted teady driving en trap dur
lug that time. Th work I principally
replnclng pll which have been I rok
en off by drift log, and removing
trap to new location, ne. nltatcd y
ehlftlng and and current.
A Six-Cent Marvel.
"Wonderland," ih annual publica
tion of the Northern Pacific railway, I
thjt year a truly wonderful book, tell
tng In a happy manner the dory of a
remnrknble country.. Some of the sub
ject treated are "The Travel of Fath
er Hennepin," "The Maudau Indian of
th Upper Mlaaourl," "Irrigation In
the Northwet," "Yellowstone Tark,'
"The Columbia River, the Bo-Called
Oregon, ihe Great River of the Wet"
It I replete with choice new llluitra
Hon ahd will repay perusal.
Six cent In postag ent with the
proper addrcs to Charlea 8. Fee, St.
Paul, Minn., will obtain the book free
Two mild case of smallpox were
placed under quarantine yesterday by
Health Officer Dr. Pllklngton. One I
Alice Shrocder, aged 15, living on Irv
ing avenue between Thirty-fifth and
Thirty-sixth street. Her mother,
younger slst-ir and brother are quar
ontlned with her. Alfred, her older
brother, la not slaying at home at
present The only other case, that of
Chris Blmonmm, aged 10, whose father
is the proprietor of the Scandla saloon,
I at Harrison avenue and Thirty.
fourth street There are Ave other
children In the family, all of whom
were vaccinated yesterday. The origin
of tlic- '.ase ha not been satisfac
torily accounted for, but It Is note'
worthy that they occur In the same
district In which nearly all the cane
of Infectious disease have flourished
since the epidemic began last fall.
Body Will Be Held.
In response to the telegram sent by
Coroner Pohl to A. E. Bourquln In
Los Angeles announcing the death of
Frank Burn, two answer wera re
ceived here yesterday. On of them
directed that the body be burled In
soldiers' cementery a he, Bourquln,
was unable to (land the expense of the
funeral The other requested a photo
graph to be taken of the boy and all
particular possible be learned In re
gard to hi death. The last telegram
further stated Mr. Bourquln would
start Immediately for here. Although
It Is not positively stated It 1 not
doubted but that the ender' of the
telegram I the father, and, If prac
tlcble, the body will be hid until his
arrival. In accordance with this plan
no arangements for the funeral have
Bail Not Secured.
District Attorney Is Investigating the
evldnce taken In the Justice court
In the case of the state vs. Paddy
Lynch, and In a few day will file an
Information In the circuit court, which
will have the effect of placing the
mritter of ball within the Jurisdiction
of the latter. On the application made
to Judge McBrlde at St. Helen to
fuinlrh ball, with John Kenney and
Charles Wise a uretles, the Judge rul
ed that he could not make an order
except when acting a a magistrate In
Clatsop county, as the information ',d
not yet been filed In the circuit ciurt,
though a transcript had been. Yester
day, Mr. Lynch' attorney, F. D. Win
ton, made application to Tustlce Good
man to accept a lower bond than was
formerly required, but the court- In
slated on a bond of $3000 with approved
sureties or a cash ball of 12000, which
has not yet been furnished.
RECEIVES MUCH ATTKNT10.1
In our sohool. Instruction la given tn
wording, capitalising, punctuating, para
graphing, etc All our teaching I practi
cal; th education we give I usabl. A
oure with ua psyc-th aueeea of ear
graduate, a buatnesa men and woman,
and a bookkeeper and itenographor.
prove thl. Open all th year; student
admitted at any time; oatalogu trt.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
PORTLAND, ORBQOR .
A. r. ARMSTRONG, 1X.R PRJQICIPAI.
Is the condition in which many
men ot good selling capacity
find themselves. They have
reached the limit in their
present business. Any man
in this position who feels that
he can sell a good security to
conservative investors and can
give bank references is invited
to write statin? his ace. his
business and his reason for
desiring to branch out into
another line of work.
All tetter Irated strictly eeaidntlal
GEORGE T. DEXTER,
friirtMt f DtaiMtie AmmIm,
TO Mnt.il Llf lnMrsM CcmpmyerNeaVw,'
11 Nswm glnst, Hm V.rk, N. V.
Found Ouilty as Charged.
Alex Olof, better known a "Rusnlan
Alex," was tried yesterdoy morning
before a Jury In the court of the Jus
tice of the peace for having fish In hie
possesalon during th close season. It
took the Jury 10 minute to return a
verdict of guilty a charged, and Im
mediately thereafter Justice of the
Peace Goodman Imposed a fine of 100
and costa upon defendant Not being
In a position to pay the fine, Alex was
taken to Jail to serve out the sentence.
The fury which tried the case was com
posed of the following: Thomas Fail-
non, P. H. Taylor, Henry Spellmeir
and Ou Fisher.
Another Pioneer Gone.
William Edgar, an old and highly r
spected cltlxea. of Astoria, died at t
o'clock yesterday morning at his resl
dence on the corner of Second and Aa-
tor street, after a very brief Illness
of a complication of heart and kidney
troubles, aggravated by acute mdlges
Mr. Fdgor wa native of Scot'
lund, 0$ year of age, and ha no del
stives so far a is known, except his
estimable wife, who survive him.
During hi early life Mr. Edgar fol
lowed the sea. sailing many times from
New Tork, New Orlean and other At
lantlc port In tSl be came around
to San Francisco on the American
bark Fanny, Captain $plcer. and lived
In 8nn Jose, and Humboldt Cal., for
many years, at one time being engaged
in flour milling.
Coming to the Columbia In 1870 he
became Identified with John West at
Westport In the manufacture ' of Hen
oil. Later he took a homestead on
Gray rlvr, and wa associated with
Captain Von Rchfleld In Bteamboallng
on the Columbia.
In 1070 he went Into business in the
Old Corner Cigar store, on Ninth and
Bond atreet. where he wa a familiar
figure for 25 years.
A touch of romance obtain In con
traction with the marriage of Mr. Ed
gar In 1884. at the age of SO. Captain
Wither, with whom he had sailed
many voyages In years gone by, had re
tired from the sea and lived with hi
wife and daughter. Elisabeth, In Call
fornla. When Mr. Edgar returned
from a Visit to them, Miss Withers
came with him a bride, and the old
captain and hi wife came along to
spend U,elr few remaining year with
the children, which they did. During
the last few years Mr. Edgar has con
ducted a grocery on Second and As-
Full arrangement had not been com
pleted last night for the funeral, but
It will be held tomorrow morning with
Interment at Ocean View cemetery.
Hats Trimmed Free
Mrs. Ingloton ho Just opened a One
line of spring hat and flowers, with
waists, white skirts and muslin under
wear. Pompadour and hair switches,
ami all kinds of ladles and children's
furnshtng good at sole price. Welch
block, Astoria, Ore.
TO LOGGERS, MILLMEN, SHIP-
CHANDLERS AND FOUNDRY
MEN. Private bid for the following ma
terial will be received at the office ot
the undersigned agent, up to noon of
April 15, 1903. On the condition that
payment Is to be made In cash on de
livery. The right I reseerved to re
ject any and all bids. Bids should
specify clearly what portion I being
2000 feet Hercules extra plough steel
wire rope 1 1-8 In dla 0-19 t.
2000 feet plough teel 1 1-8 in dla 6-19
000 feet plough steel hoisting 1 1-8 In
din 0-19 strand
AM the above la practically new, well
oiled and looked after.
200O feet ot second-hand wire rope
3 8 In dla.
Three (3) Mushroom anchors, average
weight 8000 lbs each. .
One (1) Ship anchor In good order,
about 5000 pound.
P. L. CHERRY, "
Agent German Bark "Alsternlxle,"
Aatorla. Or., March 25, 1003.
H. B. Parker and , Captain E. P.
Porker, proprietor and manager of the
Parker houe, werearrested yeterday
by Deputy Fish Warden Webeter for
having salmon In their possession. The
men wwre released upon their own re
cognlwn to appear for trial next
Mimdy morning In he court of the Ju
tl e of the ,ce. The salmon, an extra
laige one and In fine condition, wa
founl In the kitchen of the hotel The
fish wg confiscated end sold to a local
In Sunny California.
Mr. William Ron and daughter,
Bessie, are enjoying the balmy Cali
fornia climate In Sierra Madre, In the
foothill -tear Pasadena. Miss Violet
Bowlby 1 now vlsltjng with them,
aftr attending school at Lo Angcfe.
lUcently 'hey entertained also Mies
Halstead, George Warren and the
Mlatses Sue It. and Floretta Elmore.
Thj Misses Elmore are expected home
In a few days, after a short stop at
San Francisco. Mrs. Boss will return
about April 10, leaving Miss Bessie at
Will Bowl at Salem.
The following bowlers went to Port
land last night: M. F. Hardest?, P.
Peterson. B. J. Pye, W. A. Mathena,
James Keating, Frank Woodneld and
Horace Thing.' It was the Intentton
of th team to play at the Commercial
club alleys last night, twt owing to the
late, hour in reaching there It wa not
possible for the contest to take place.
Tonlrfht the player will be tn Salem
to try their (kill with the llllhee club
and a special from the capital lost
nltfht states that in a local contest last
night between two Illhee team of 12
plcekd men, a team to bowl the Astoria
t'ommercial club wa selected -a fol
lows: J. J. Murphy, B. O. Shucking,
C, P. McNaryy ). p, Sutherland, H,
P. Ollnger and George Hoyt A total
core of 1006 point in four games wa
made by this team.
Sergeant E. Phillips arrived on last
night' train from Knappa having In
charge Private Thomas E. Clark, who
deserted from Fort Stevens less than
24 hour before. Clark say he wa
drunk and did not know what lie wa
doing, but he knew enough to wear ci
vilian clothe, and, In making his prep
aration he appropriated a pair of Cao-
talj Steele' trousers and various oth.
er articles, which a strict sense of hon
estly would have impelled him to leave
behind. He footed It up to Knappa,
and when the sergeant arrived there
on last evening's train he almoit rau
Into his anna. He will be taken back
to the fort on the Howard thl morn
ing. His. litle thefts will probably
have the effect of doubling his sentence
which will be something like three
year In Umbo.
On Shoalwater Bay.
W. A. C arm there of Oystervllle,
Wash., wa In the city yesterday. Mr.
Carruthers 1 largely interested In the
oyster business. The season for oys
ter planting opens April 1 and lasts
until June 15. During thl time the
"young growth" in the deeper waters.
reserved from private ownership by
the state, are permitted to be tonged
op for planting pn the private beds.
Under the new law oystermen must
pay the state for this seed at the rate
of 10 centa per sack ot 130 pounds. For
merly It was free. This will have a
tendency to slightly raise prices. The
severe storm of a few weeks ago did
not result tn so much damage to the
beds by drifting as was thought at the
J. T. Ross, who returned yesterday
from Seattle, says business is flour
ishing In the sound city, though the
street car tieup make things decid
edly Inconvenient. It is hoped to reach
a settlement very shortly. Said Mr.
Ross: "Seattle Is worse off than we
are for depot appointments, as pas
sengers alight in the open street The
city expects soon to boast of .first
class facilities In this respect, and the
railroads have obtained leave to enter
the ctly through a tunnel, which will
make possible the construction of a
splendid underground station. A num
ber of mammoth buildings are under
way or projected, notably the new gov
ernment building, the plans for which
are to be much enlarged and Include
the addition of an assay office. The
building is to cost $1,000,000.
Mining Is again at fever heat, the
new Tanana district being the object
ive point of most of the fortune hunt
ers now going north. This new eldoro
do Is said to be more Important than
tho, Klondike, both In the richness of
the prospects and In more extensive
area. It Is on American soil and 1
easily reached from Circle City and
other Yukon points and from Valdei."
Notice to Friends of Organized
All union men and friends of organ
ised labor are hereby notified that the
San Francisco Oyster House Is again
declared UNFAIR. , .
Cooks and Walter4 Union.
A. J. Klaffkt, President.
S. M. Gallagher, Sec. .
Know good bargaino when. tliey tea tlienj..' Cautions
buyer and tbose v?ho want the LATEST and BEST
alwayo find that trae economy and oatiofaction lie in
dealing at the right place. .Notice these price :
With the nobby low shoes to be worn this summer, the most highly
finished Hose In black, plain or mixed color will be greatly in de
mand. Here are some of our new arrivals.
La.lle block Usle, fancy ribbed
, hose, with assorted shades of
embroidery work on m m
, ankle, price per palr....43C
Ladi? cluster ribbed black lisle
hoie, with silk embroidered
boot, full finished
Price per pair 50c andOUC
In the BON TON and
Beautifully finished and ex
tremely shapely and comfortable
Dip Hip and Prince for over
broad figure, and th "Dowag
er" for stout one. They have
arrived Just in time for you be
fore having your Easter gown
A splendid showing of the most
novelties for iprlng buying. , If
wlU not ask for your trade.
&e A. DUNBAR CO
566 ComrftercTa! St " 'Phone 1331
FOR THE FISHING SEASON
gaBgsgaBaaBSB5saeam , ,. . -
Fishermen who need Fishboat
Oars, Boat Stoves, Clocks, etc.
should first see our stock and
examine prices. Full assortment.
FOARD a STOKES CO.
.Astoria - Ore.
A S TO R I A HOTE L
Newly Refitted and Furnished
Good Table, Comfortable Rooms, Reas
onable Rates and Courteous Treatment.
217 Seventeenth Street, Near
In Late aud Desirable Assortment
DRY GOODS AND FOOTWEAR
Come in and see. What you bay here is good arid
the prices are right. General Store, Comer of Bond
and Eleventh Streets.
V. H. COFFEY
NEW STYLE CHOP HOUSE
P F. PETERSON, Proprietor
BEST ARRANGED EATING HOUSE IN ASTORIA
EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS
Ladle black lisle lace front hose
a great assortment of pattern
all full finished, with hlgh-
Pre per pair
Ladle fine lisle with plain top
and lace boots, an elegant as
sortment. ' i .
Price per palp .. ...... DUC
No toilet complete without a
long lorgnette chan,. To ur
large line of coral . and ' . bead
chain have ben added some ex
ceedingly dainty white pearl ones
Price 2Sc to 32.
New Pearl Good '
Fashionable designs in cuff pin
waUt sets, tick pin, belt,
broach and lace pin. ,
New Belt Buckles
French and sterling stiver in
captivating new designs, large
and small size.
popular fabric and the mot striking
our qualities and price don't talk wa
Commercial, Astoria, Ore.