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ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDN12NDAY, APRIL 15, 19X
Uaod by people of refinement
ww over a Quarter 01 a ceniury
Today Weather Western Oregon
and Washington-Cloudy to partly
cloudy, with shower of rain squalls.
Interview Trullinjrer & Hardest)-, 4S3
Commercial street, about your electric
The Frnech bary Henrlette wa start
d on her way to Vancouver yesterday
la tow of the tug Samson.
A marriage license was Issued yester
day to W. K. Llndfors of this city and
Mis Mary Field of Minneapolis.
Th steamer Elmore will leave As
toria for Tillamook bay points Wed
nesday, April IS, at I o'clock a. in.
? Present your Presto coupons to us
and wc will present you with a full su
ed 13c package of Presto for t cents.
It looks as though the three Alaska
bound ships would get away about the
same time. It will keep them busy to
get ready for sea by tomorrow'.
' The ladies of the Every Monday club
will ctve a tea and apron sale at the
residence of Mrs. Charles S. Brown,
Franklin, avenue, Tuesday, April 21.
The reserved seat sale for Beaty"
moving picture exhibition which takes
place at Fishers tomorrow night op
ens at Griffin's book store at o'clock
Roslyn 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 1SU.
Art rugs? Carpets? Fancy rockers?
Iron beds? Go-carts? , Stoves? Ran
ges? Pictures? Frames? Anything
in the house furnishing or decorating
line? See H. H. Zapf.
i Svensen's book store sells ' all the
latest maeailnes. stationery, school
supplies, musical Instruments, novel-
ties, pictures, etc., etc.
Tolstoi's great scenic production
"The Resurrection," which is creating
a 'great furore in New York, London
and Paris, will be the attraction on
Thursday, April 2S. at Fishers' opera
The quartermasters of Portland, Seat
tie, and San Francisco have been direct
zi. to advertise for bids for 10,000.000
feet of lumber for shipment to the Phil
ippines. Included In the contract will
be 2500 doors,
J E. Ferguson goes over to Fort
Columbia today to push the, work on
his Arm's contract, which Is to be com
pleted In about 34 days, giving the fort
A first-class water system with ample
storage reservoirs and good service.
: The DeMoss entertainers delighted
a large audience last evening at the
Methodist church. A wide variety of
instruments were used, and each with
eminent skill and grace. The perform
ers are indeed a pleasing company,
and were ably assisted by home talent.
" Plumbing out of Joint? Need some
tlnwork? Ring up No. 1031 for John
A. Montgomery, 425 Bond street, who
will promptly attend your wants with
the latest sanitary plumbing fixtures
and most skilful workmanship. Tin
Ding, gas&ttlng and beating.
William L. Trullinger and Millard
F. Hardesty, well known electricians,
have formed a copartnership and open
ed a store at 433 Commercial street.
They will do a general business in elec
trical supplies .installing and repair
ing; for which a long experience gives
them eminent qualifications.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURS
ION RATE FOR ASTORIANS VIS
1TINO PORTLAND ON PRESI
DENT'S DAT, MAT 2t On President's
day, May 21, the A. & C. R.' R. will
sell round trip excursion tickets from
Astoria to Portland an dreturn at $2
for the round trip, good to return May
J. Bruce Pol worth of Cathlamet Is in
the city. -
Miss Dickie Byrd of Seaside Is visit
ing In the city.
Henry S. .McGowan came down from
Portland last evening.
Captain Brooke Payne of Fort Stev
ens Is at the Occident. , ' ; '
Grandpa B. C. Kindred came up
from Jfew Astoria yesterday, ,
Cap.1 Jams 8. Pourle of Fort Stev
" ' ... . ;' '
l ... j". nti'i :t '
ens and Major J. A. Maney of Van
cmiver bairacka are In the city,
Mrs. M. E. Sabln of Warrenton was
an Astoria visitor yesterday,
Mrs. F D. Winton returned from a
visit In Portland last evening.
H. S. Glle came over from Ilwaco
yesterday enroute to Portland. ' v
Hans Peterson, postmaster at Al
toona, was In Astoria yesterday.
Arthur Leberman Is vlaltlnnjr his
wife in Portland for a few days.
O. E. Kerlee of 'he OystervlUe Clam
Canning company 1 1" the city. .
V. L. Vhlenhart, an old resident of
Astoria, now of Portland I In the city
H. B. Gist, whom King Edward Is
said to resemble. Is among the pas
sengers for Tillamook on the Sue M.
Elmore this morning.
Route Agent I.oboner of the Wells,
Fargo Co.. express Is a passenger on
the Sue H. Elmore for Tliramook,
where he will establish offices for the
D. K. Warren Is 111 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlgglns In this
city. He came over from his home
In Warrenton two days ago, and not
feeling well has remained here for
treatment. It Is hoped no serious ill
ness will develop.
ENGLISH COAL IN DEMAND.
The American demand for English
coal Is again in evidence, and many
large vessels are being loaded and
started for our country as rapidly as
possible. The demand for the cele
brated Hostettter'a Stomach Bitters is
also largely increased, because more
people are learning of It wonderful
curative powers in case of stomach,
liver, kidney and bowel disorders, and
having tried one bottle hey are be
ing convinced of Its value, and won't
vcept anything else In Its place. This
will be your experience, too. If you
will only give It a trial. It will build
un the run down system in the spring,
overcome that tired, depressed feeling.
Durlfy the blood and cure loss of ap
petite. Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, and la grippe. Don't
fail to "try It.
By an agreement between the Astor
ia Loan office and the Retail Clerks
upion, this store is allowed to keep
open after ( o'clock p. m. for the pur
pose of receiving pledges with the un
derstanding that no goods are sold af
ter that hour. C. W. SPRIGGS,
The funeral services of the late Char
les T. Heilborn will be held on Wed
nesday at 12:15 p. m. at Grace Epis
copal church, conducted by the rector.
Rev. Wm. Seymour Short. The pro
cession will leaye the residence on Ex
change street at 12 m.' Friends are
Invited. The Interment at Greenwood
will be private.
Astoria Council No. 106 Toung Men's
Institute will give a social hop at Han-
thorn's hall Wednesday evening, April
15. A plea.wnt evening is promised
to all who attend. Tickets 50c.
Fir slabwood, stove legths, $2.50 per
cord. Boxwood 11.50 pr large load.
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, the trans
Hats Trimmed Free
Mrs. Ingleton has Just opened a fine
line of spring hats and flowers, with
waists, white skirts and muslin under
wear. Pompadours and hair switches,
ami all kinds of ladles and children's
furnshlng goods at sale prices. Welch
block, Astoria, Ore.
The banjo-playing by the DeMoss ar
tists can scarcely be excelled.
ibtarir the abors cap label, flows
Irrom me can ncn m every ingnamm
I wtaicb enters Into body Mining.
I carries our guarantee a to Ms
careful preparation, rienneta ana
purity, u m auitreni rrom m
I watery rxanos ana aoas a ren
net, to your rooa. iry nana you
will M connncea i ins phi.
Look lor our cap label.
Highland, Illinois a"
If wiatcr ltl
fo "all m Vnra,"
iTbal will 1t yea geiaf." i
the ajaUsaa ft m
RETURN TO THEIR WORK
(Continued from page 1)
the mortar mlxjrs and brlckhandlers,
while the demand from the cement
men was dated April . On this allow
ing the committee promptly decided
that the strike was off, at least until
a new demand may be made with
The organisations Interested will meet
next Friday night, but the question
as to whether at that meeting another
dcmund will be authorised remains un
The master painters are saying very
little as to the situation or Its probable
outcome further than to state that
on necessary work they have men em
ployed, and as future work needs at
tention they will find men to do It.
The painters claim that many-'men
are being put to work dally, 35, they
say. In the past two days, and they
are encouraged over the acesslon of
one of the large houses. Chase Paint
Oil company, to helr ranks.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
Beaty Bros. moving picture show
consists of 1&0.000 of the latest moving
pictures and the latest Illustrated
Illustrated songs sung by Professor
Hadley of. New Tork. This show is
not to be classed with the so-called
moving picture shows of which there
are so many traveling nowadays. It
is an acknowledged fact that the Beaty
Bros, have the only six moving pic
ture machines on earth with the dia
mond projecting lens. . Beaty Bros.
had these machines made to order last
July. They have six spockets that do
away with all that quiver. Most of
the Beaty Bros, pictures are colored
and cost M cents per foot, while the or
dinary picture costs 10 cents a foot.
You will see such pictures as "An
Old Maid From New York," "Jack and
the Beanstalk," In 10 beautiful scenes.
"Unexhaustible Cab," I guess that will
hold you for a while. "Assassination
of President McKlnley." "His Funeral,"
Who's Baby Are You," "I mAunt Ras
tus' Baby, That's Whose Baby I Am."
Don't fall to see "A Fisherman's
Catch," "Casey and the Street Roller,"
"A Fat and Lean Man's Wrestling
Match," "A Man With Four Heads."
"Capture of SIddle Brothers, Out
laws," battle scenes, boat scenes, train
scenes, comic scenes. Beaty Bros,
come to our city very highly recom
mended. The Salt Lake Tribune says: "Beaty
Bros, played at the Salt Lake theater
Friday. October 24, 1902, and gave uni
At Fishers' Opera, house April 16.
Admission 25 and 50 cents.
The annual Clatsop county teachers'
Institute will be held May , 7, and S at
Astorli. The day sessions In the high
school building, evening sessions at the
Methodist church. All teachers of this
county, will be In attendance prompt
ly. The public cordially invited to at
tend day and evening meetings.
H. S.. Lyman, School Supt.
The Htag social announced to be given
by the Molly Hogans tomorrow even
ing has been postponed until Thursday
April 23. Committee.
Neatly prlced stationery Is a delight
to the artistic eye. The Astorlan Job
Printing department does that kind of
FOR 30 DAYS
I oner for the next 30 days the follow
ing line of cigars at Portland prices:
Manara Banquet, Sancana Y. Hya. El
Sldelo, El Telegraffo, El Symphonie, La
Sorrento, La Belle Creole, Rosa Al
Mayo, Owls, Exports, Chllds, Oremas,
Sailor Prlne, a union label cigar.
Royl Bengals, two packags of Dur
ham free with each 100.
Manila Gems, J for 5 cents; Old Vir
ginia Cheroots, for t cents; Porto
Ricsin cigars, 600 and 60 free.
Some bargains In Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco. Don't forget the fact that
prices will be satisfactory.
Pipes and Playing Cards, Cigar Hold
eis, Amber and Meerschaum.
Goods delivered to all parts of the
city free of charge.
Agent for the Portland Safe and
Lock Company. Safes' sold for cash or
on the Installment plan. Call and see
ample and get price.
P. A. TRULLINGER
515 Commercial Street '
Phone3M and 287 1-T wo Stores
PUBLISHING HOCSK3 WILL UNITE
Chicago, April 14. Methodist through
out the land Will have put before them
for consideration and discussion Wed
nesday, the plan to merge Into one
wriHirate Institute the two great pub
lishing house of the church the Meth
odist Cook Concern In New York and
the West-rn Methodist Nook Concern
of Cincinnati and Chicago.
The act la to unite Ih two corpora
tions under one tlnn title and gather
under one roof the varied publishing
interests connected wiihtfttbbttth school
literature and the enormou bookmak
Ing departments that are now divided
between the two plants In New York
The Kpworth Herald will be pub
lished In the Institution, but the perl
odlcals, of which there are five, and
a nmguslne printed In German In Cln
ctnnatt. will continue to be Issued from
the point where they are now pub
It Is calculated that an annual sav
ing of HIO.O'W can be effected by com
bining he corporations.
BALL PLAYER EVANGELIST.
Chicago. April 1. Facing the assem
bled minister! of the Chicago Presby
tery. William A. Sunday, the former
ball olayer. has submlttted to the nee
essary egaminatlon to determine his
Qualifications for ordination as an evan
gellst of the Presbyterian church. He
answered the questions of his examln
era to their entire satisfaction and hi
orthodoxy was pronounced sound In
every particular. He will be formally
ordained tomorrow at the Jefferson
Park Preabyterlan church, when Dr.
Wilbur Chapman will preach the ser
mon and Dr. Alex Patterson will de
liver the charge to the candidate.
COL. LYNCH F.UUNO RAPIDLY.
New York. Atirll 14. It is learned
that the friends of Colonel Lynch, who
Is undergoing a sentence of life Im
prisonment for his treason In aiding
and acting the Boer in their war
ngulnst Great Britain, are greatly con
cerned about his health in prison, cao
le the Tribune's correspondent In Lon-
Jon. Lynch hus lost weight a well
as spirits, and his friends say mat ma
health is falling rapidly and that he
mny not llv long enough tu be par
doned by the king after the royal visit
Spokane. April H It is stated here
that Assistant General Superintendent
F. W. Gilbert, of the Northern Pacific
railway, has been appointed general
superintendent, succeeding M. C. Kim
berly. LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining In the postofflce at Asjor
la unclaimed for 30 days April 13. .
Urooks M Clarence
Durke H R
Ford H O Mrs
Juralil & Co
Jerald & Co
Miller Cellctte W
Parker Geo S
Skibbe Otto Paul
Smith J W
Bohsemeler Morlkr Herrn
Hanson Jeris Herr
Matly Victor Monlsleur
Victoria Packing company
Are You Bilious?
It interferes with work, pleasure
and happiness everybody is so at
times ; in many cases it makes life a
burden the fault is with the stomach,
liver and kidneys. An occasional
dose of pills will remove the evil if
Sold Everywhere. In boxtt 10c and 2E&
First -Clan Work
I'lnc WatclicM Hold
CASH PAID FOR BOOKS OF ALL
KINDS, OR BOOKS EXCHANGED.
Subscribe for The Morning Astorlan
It is full of news, and worth the price
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arise in the family
every day, Let u answer it to-lay. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pro
pared in two minute. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling- water and set to
cool Flavor: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocer to-day. to eta.
KINGS OF THE
Moving Picture Business
Present 10.000 latest colored Moving
Pictures, guaranteed not to quiver or
Jack md the Bean Stulk. In W beau
tiful scenes; The Jolly Old Maid From
New Tork; Mlsa Maude Allen the Fly
ing Lady, and many others. Also Ih
latest Illustrated song sung by
Prof. A. W. HADLEY
America' Greatest Bar- '
Itone, aaslsted by
CHARLES L LANGDON
Don't fall to see Beatty Brothers at
Fishers' Opera House. Admission !t
and W cents. Ticket on sale at Grif
fin's Book Store.
Thai CM aid 6 DIGESTION
No. 228 Territorial Street, Ronton Harbor, Mick
1 am pleased to rlv my
experience with Win of
Cardul M 1 am very grateful
lor ha help. After my flnt
baby was born 1 could not
eem to rrgaln my strength,
although tlx doctor gave m
atonic which he considered
eery superior, but instead of
getting better I ifrew weaker
very day. My husband
cam horn one evening with
tome Wiat oi Cardul and In
stated that I Uk it tor a week aod tee
what it would do for me. At be seemed
to hive to much faith in it I did tak the
I medicine and tu very grateful to find
my strength slowly returning. la two
weeks I was out of bed aod in a month I
was able to Uk up my utual duties. I
am very enthusuitic la its praise."
OTnEUHOOD i the noblest duty
and hiijlie.it privilege women
can achieve or aipire to. With
out this privilege women do not
get all there is in lifotw often they
go through the world dicontentea,
wrapped un in their own mlfijh cares
and troubles. I low different it the
happy mother, watihiiiff her children
grow into -manhood ana womanhood.
A mother lives as many live ai the hat
children their joys and sorrow are
WINE of CARD
General Blacksmithing. 1'ont ftinl CMiinury Work.
See g for High Class Work. Shop Corner of Fif
teenth and Dtiane StrcuU, near Si. Mary'g Hospital.
HULMBS & SEIBERT
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
' Farmers and Loggers.
A V ALLEN Tenth and Commercial Streetst
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled or In Keg
Free City Delivery
Worth Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
W are prepared to make them on
thort notice and of th beat material.
Let u five you estimates on any kind
of casting or pattern work. Lowest
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
HOT EL PORTLAN D
The Finest Hotel In the Northwest; ,
PORTLAND, - - V OREOON .
Don't Guess at It
But If u are total Bast writ u
for eur rats and hit u tu you about
tlr service and aooomnedatlon n(rr
d by the ILLINOIS CBNTHAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOinUtJT
Car via tit ILLINOIS CBNTRAL
front PACIFIC COAST to CalrMgo tad
Clnoinnati. Don't fall to writ tt
about your trip a am In a posi
tion to give you om valuable Infor
mation and aaalstaaos; till mfkw of
track ever which ar operated some
of the An train In the world.
For particular regarding freight or
naasengvr rata eall ea r 4dras
. C- UNDSHT. 8. & TAUMBBU
T. F. R. A. Conl Aft.
141 Third St.. Portland. Ore
fl. Feo, O. P. ) T. A-. St. Paul. Minn.
A familiar nam of the Chicago,
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all over the Unloa a the Oreat Railway
running a -Pioneer Limited" train
very day and night between SI. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and tMcago.
"The only perfect trata la the world.
Understand: Conneotlona are mad
with all (ran soon tlnental lines, securing
to paesenger th beat aervlc known.
Luxurious eoaohea, eleotrie light, steam
neat, or a variety equaled by no other
See that your ticket read via Tbs
Milwaukee' when going to any Mat
In the Hutted State or Canada. All
tlrket ageoU Mil them. ,
For rate, pamphlet or other Infor
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Trav. IHmm. Agt.
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hers, a ar their ambition.
triumph and defeat.
Healthy women do not tuf
fer miaarriago nor do
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uffer torture at childbirth.
It U the woman who it ail
ingwho bni female weak
nesswho fear the ordeal
of Uiining a mother. Wine
of Cardul build up the wo
manly in a woman. It itop
all unnatural drains and
ttraint irregularities which are re
sponsible for barrenness and miscar
riage. It maker a woman strong and
healthy and able to pas through preg
nancy and childbirth with little luffar
ing. After the ordeal is patted the
Wine prepare a woman for a speedy
recovery to health and activity.
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orK&ntof generation, ha made mother
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wilt cure almost any case of barren nest
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Cor. 18th and Frankliu tre:
niill'OU'f OF THB CONDITION OT
fIRST NATIONAL BANK
nt Astoria, at Astoria, In th Btato
of Omgort. at the close of buslntas,
April I, 1WJ. '
Loan and discount 1347, 1M.H
Overdraft, secured and un
secured , 1,960. tt
11. B. rtiiiiila to MK'ur cir
culation 13.600 00
8tut k, SBOurltlHi, etc 120.TBI 87
Other real (at owned .... t.WO.OO
Due from National IVtnk
(not rsrv mt) , I. tot. si
I Mm from Htute Hank and
Due frotn approved reserve
avnt , UM10.S0
tnternul-rvnu Ump .... 104.41
Check and othi-r cash Itsm. 400. SI
Notv of other National '
Nlckol and rents M il
Lawful inonry reserve In
nr.lcniptlon fund with U. 8.
treasurer (S per rent of cir
Capital stock paid la I M.000.0
riurplu fund , W.OOO 0 .
!ndlvMd proltt. les
pen and ta paid 1MM.M
Nat Ions I lUnk note out-
tudln ' U.M0.09
Imlh IiIubI drix-
ll RUbJei't to
of Jpmlt iu.rn.it
Certified check ...... IHI.O0 ttT.744,70
Total .'. t7.ST.M
of Ort'ion, County of Clutsop, :
I, S. ft. (Iin1n, cashier of the above
itnrurd bunk, do solemnly wear that
the nlmve statettirnt Is true to the best
uf my knowledae and belief,
f. , OOltDON. Cashier.
Hul.w rU.c.i ,nd sworn to before m
this 11th lity of April. 1WI
0. It. THOMSON, Notary I'ubllo.
U. C. navel.
W. T. McGregor,
J.tb Kniiuii. Director.
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612 First Avenue, . Henttlc, Wash.
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snd all points erist and south ore liest
reached from Mlnnnpolls nml
Bt. Paul via
The N ortb western Limited
The peer of all trains between the
fine cities 1 the famous '
For Lowest Rates, Tim of Train,
H. L. 8I3LBR, OBNURAL AGBNT,
24g Aldjr St., ' Portland, Or.
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