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ASTORIA. OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1903.
WEARY OF WINTER? I
Tired of winter foods? Do you want
a foretaste of summer greenness? We
have a regular June display of delic
ious green things at summer prices.
KOSS, HIGGIN5 , CO.
THE TIDE FOR APRIL,
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Tuesday ! ; ,. n U47 1.7 t-.wt 1.1
Wednesday, 1.21 1:11 1.3 1:68 t.t
Thursday , . ..13 1:50 1.7 1:61 t.l
Friday 14 4:40 t.O 4:l t.l
Hnlurday , , . 25 1:24 1.1 6:12 14
MUMMY . . .24 1:06 0.1 1:04 1.1
Monday 17 1:45 1.1 1:47 l.t
Tuesday ... .23 7:17-0.1 7:30 t.t
Wsdtidy . ..29 1:10 -0.5 1:15 t.l
THE only differ
ence is the word
"Mtybe!" High Art
Insured Clothing IS
hand tailored, guar
anteed to fit and to
wear. Another suit
free if they prove
Other Clothing May
Be as good, but we
KNOW what High
Art Insured dothingis
What a food tailor would chart 130 for, our Insured suit coat you
111. A od tailor asks 140 to 150 for a On wonted cult High Art
Injured Clothing, $10 to tl. Same cloth, aa good linings, vary beat
tailoring. A-l (It, all for one-half th price oak?d by good tailor.
Uho Reliable Clothier and Hatter
THW SHANOHAINO CASE.
' Th trlii I of Patrick J, Lynch, rharg
ed with kidnaping Charles W. Oardnnr
on th ahlp Foyliwdat a month ago,
and Theodor Toblason, charged with
Ignlng Gardner' nam to th ship'
article, occupied th tlm of th clr
cult court alt day yesterday, A ejury
wo chosen consisting 'of f, TJ. Mor
rison, Cbrls. Schmidt, II. Basel, B. F,
CofTny, Andrew Birch, J. F. Barthold-
u, John iranonr O. F. Parker, F, IS
Wright, C. P. Looney, Ha ml. Adair and
O. F. Allen.. The slat completed Ite
com with th examination of eight wit
n during th afternoon and even
ing. The defense, conducted by Judge
F. D. Win ton and C, 3. Curti, will In-
trodur It evidence tht morning. It
la a subject of remark that the Jury .
lected l comtoaed of men of unusual
qualification. considering that It la
criminal case. The usual , llgbtlng
statement concerning Jurymen do not
hold good, aa each is a business man of
excelU-nt ( haraetw and ability The
case for th tate aa presented by Pros
ecuting ;Attorny' .Harrison Allen,
allowed th utmost car and discern
ment In It preparation, coupled with
the recognised skill of the defense and
th no tori My of the caae Itiielf kept the
cpurtroota ptuked with eager apectat-
or during the entire time. ,
Meet m at Hoefler oda - foun
tain. Bend In your order for , Wyoming
coal. S. Elinor A Co.
Fishermen: Dixl Queen, In ll-os.
pall, 40 cent. P. A. Trulllngor.
Tht sweUVst shop In the city.
Vtlst at the Pala:o bath.
Four up-to-dal barber at th Occi
dent. Tou don't have to wait.
Aak for our Llstertnated Tooth Pow
der, It li the nlceit powder and the
largeit bottle on th market, It will
Dteaaa you to try It. Charlas nomra.
A complete art of ping pong given
with alx package of Malt Breakfast
Food by Johnson Pro.
New dock of fancy good Just arrlv
ed at Yokohama Bniaur. Call and ee
the tattat novelties from Jupan.
Ton will alwaya And the beat 15c
meal In the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant, No. 01.1 Commercial street
tr. Nellie S. Vernon boa recently lo
eated permanently In Astoria tor the
purpose of practicing medicine and ha
aecured office over Griffin' book (tore
where ah can be found from 10 to 12
a. m. and 1:10 to t p. m.
ELASTIC FELT MATTRESS
We are agents for the best r
Felt Mattress on the market.
tj: , . . , . . .... , ., , . . ... . ,
. with each one Try one and
you will surely be satisfied
as to their worth. Price $15.
CHARLES HEILB0RN 8 SON
590-592 Commercial Street
.. ' iv ' a 9 f if
: f J i ; jil 1 , i , ' v i V' .
In Juatlc to the Woman' ChriatUn
Te(iiiraiu. Unto UK . ladlM of to
Wouuui'a Club dealra . to correct a
statement made by an eateemed even
ing contrmitorory to th effort that the
Woman' Club bad orgaslsed eiub for
boy. That honor belong to th W,
C. T. V. and the former bad nothing
to do with It. The Woman' Club did,
however, at the request of th presi
dent of the W. C. T. U. communicate
with the Chief of Police on the aubject
of the enforcement of the curfew ordi
nance for the very renaon mentioned In
the article referred to that failure to
enforce the ordinance agolnat amall
boy being on the streets after eight
o'clock permit them to congregate in
th club room conducted by the W. C.
T. 17., and largely prevent the at
tendance there of older boys for whom
the club wa Intended.
Mil. ALLEN HAS WHEELS.
It Is evident that a bicycle thief Is
abroad In this city or Its Immediate vi
cinity, Tuesday afternoon a young
man call.nl at Frank Wood field' bi
cycle depot on Bond street. He rent
ed a wheel, saying that If th blcycl
suited him he would buy It. It Is sup
posed the wheel gave perfect satisfac
tion for th mysterious customer ha
not yet returned It. He also rented
one from Max Strahl under almllar con
ditltm th same day, and Mr. Strahl
la likewise short a bicycle. The man
guv hi name a Allen.'. He I a
stranger to those who dealt with htm
and nothing has been seen or heard
of him since he gaily rode away. The
police have the matter In hand and
they are looking for a pleasant voiced
young man by the name of Allen who
Is In th Interesting business of steal
BCRNED TO WATER'S EDGE.
Advices from Japan received at Hon
olulu on the Paciflo mall steamer China
tat that th derelict British ship
Fanny Kerr was lighted on March 12
by the British ship Heathedene. When
s'ghted the derelict was In latitude
21.34 north, longitude 121.14 west.
Smoke wo Issuing from the hull o' the
ver'sol and all her masts were gon ? The
Fanny Kerr, bound from Newcastle,
Australia, for 8an Francisco, wo
abandoned off Honolulu nine months
ago and this Is ihe first time that the
vessel has been lighted sine her mas
ter and crew deserted her. The ship
was on fire when ah waa abandoned
and that she Is still afloat I probably
due to the fact that she has a steel hull.
cammendod In th' " liovlc bl tehee,
where Clatsop Beauty won first.. The
same pointer wus reserved In the open
class, wher Beauty again carried off
ft rat--. With the bloodhound Cha
Wis' Don and Dell captured In vrr
thing. Senator Fulton's Colonel won
second In th open dogs, rough coatd
St, Bernards, , Prince, owned by E. F.
Thayer, was awarded second In th
open doj. greyhound. - Mr, Thayer"
Queen carried oft first In th class of
open bitch m, greyhounds. Ther are
two more days of the show and as
there are other 4ogs of a high order
from here, they will doubtless-b beard
INJURED BT A FALL. .
Mr. Chsrte Johnson living near the
Kinney cannery .suffered a very severe
fracture of on of her limbs near the
hip yesterduy afternoon by a fall. The
Injured woman wa token to St.
Mary's Hospital where Dr, Fulton at
tended her, Mrs. Johnson is the wid
ow of th man who committed suicide
on October 21 of last year bjt. hanging
himself to a slip chain on the Tele
phone dock. ;
WILL HOLD NO INQUEST. ,
Th circumstance of the death of Ed
Sergerstrom 'Were not considered by
Coroner Pohl a requiring an Inqueat
and non will b held. He wa sub
ject to heart trouble and had been
warned by hi physician that hi con
stitution could not stand th excessive
os of stimulants to which he wa
addicted .and no doubt seemed to exist
ss to the cause of bis death. The
burial will take place on Sunday under
the auspice of the Red Men.
On April Jl.'Captaln Longnltt. local
engineer In charge of river and harbor
works in Oregon, will be promoted ft
the rank of Colonel as the result of pro
motion higher up on the list of engineer
DIED FROM INJURIES.
Rudolph Larson, who' fell from .the
roadway on Eighteenth street to the
rock on the beach below, a distance of
about 1? feet, on March 14 last, died on
Wednesday night from Injuries rocelv
ed. Larson was 48 years of age, and
leaves a wjfe and four children. Cor
oner Pohl deemed it , unnecessary to
hold an Inquest. The funeral will be
held from the undertaker's parlor at
11 o'clock today under the auspice of
the Woodmen of th World, Rev. Wm.
Seymour Short officiating. The burial
will be at Greenwood ; i s
Hod. John Fox wo a passenger on
last night's up train.-
Dr. Pilklngton went to Svensen last
evening on professional trip.
Peter Grant and Lawrence Sullivan
returned to Portland last night.
Mrs. F. O. Walters is down from Por
tland for a abort visit with Astoria
H . L. Staler, general agent for the
Illinois Central Railroad was In the city
Anton Josephson a native of Finland,
made declaration of his Intention to be
come a cltlten of th United States yes
M. F. Roche and wife made the trip
to Nithcotta and return yesterday. Mr.
Itocbe represents the Denver ft Rio
Oramle R. R. in Portland.
D. F. Stafford of Clatsop City, has
just returned home from an extended
trip In California. Mr. Stafford says
he visited many places In the golden
state and found The Astorian every
where he stopped.
I. K. Warren's condition wa much
Improved yesterday, and it 1 thought
he will now make a speedy recovery.
He is stHl confined to his bed at the
home ot Mr, and Mrs, C, R, Biggins.
Mrs. Warran Is also with him.
Albert W. Kinney, oldest son of Dr. j
Alfred Kinney, returned home yester-l
day from the North Pacific Dental Col
lege In Portland. He has finished the
freshman year's work with credit, pas
sing all the examinations with high
ONE MOKE CLCB NEEDED.
A strong sentiment is growing In As
torla In favor of the existence of a club
organlzntion of some kind which would
furnish a desirable place for young
men to congregate and spend their ev
enings, or whlchwould afford an op
portunity for relaxation and exercise,
amusement, study or social Intercourse,
and which would be at th disposal of
all young men at any time. A meet
ing with this end In view I announced
to b held this evening at the residence
of Dr, O. B, Estes, at 7:10 o'clock and
all who are Interested or cordially In
vited to be present. The meeting will
be presided over by W. A. Crane, who
has bad considerable experience In this
(in of work, having lately organised a
Coffee Club at Marshfleld, Ore.; and at
other cities on the south coast. The
Marohfletl paper speak very highly of
th success and popularity ot the club
at that place. Mr. Crane thinks that
the enterprising people of this city
would willingly subset ibe the neces
sary funds to equip an institution
which would be a credit to the place
and of the greatest benefit to young
men. That many would be glad to
avail thtmselves of th opportunities
which such a resort would afford Is well
known, whfther It be a Coffee Club, T.
M. C. A. or otherwise named. .
STEAMER ALLIANCE. '
Th steamer Alliance has been repair
ed and Is due from San Francisco on
Sunday next. She will probably leave
again for that city and way ports on
Tuesday. ' -
' Born, at Astoria, Ore.. April 14. 1901,
to Mr. and Mrs., Scott Cornelius,
To Mr. and Mrs. William Mahan, a
FUNERAL NOTICE W. O. W.
AU members of Climax Camp, W. O.
W., and all visiting Woodmen are re
quested to assemble at Pohl' under
taking parlors today (Friday), April
17, at 12:10 o'clock, to attend the fun
eral of our late neighbor, Rudolph
Larson. T. WOOTON, Commander.
After being handsomely remodeled.
refurnished and enlarged, the famous
Toke Point Oyster house Is again open
to th? public. The celebrated Toke point
oyster and all other delicacies will
be served In our superior style at all
hours. Prlvat room. Eleventh
street.. : '"..,., ,,.., ,
Plumbing out of Joint? Need some
tlnwork? Ring up No. 1031 for John
A. Montgomery, 426 Bend street, who
win promptly attend your want with
th lateit sanitary plumbing fixtures
and most skilful workmanship. Tin
ning, gasfltting and heating.
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 eel-! NoteB
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Astoria National Bank
at Astoria In the State of Oregon, at
the close of business April I, 1903.
Loans and discounts ". $363,134.35
Overdrafts, secured and un-.
secured ...i... 5,084.70
U. 3. Bonds to secure circu
Premium on U. S. Bonds.... "1,150.00
Stocks, securities, etc ....... 55,162.85
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures , 3,833.01
Other real estate owned .... I.K5.00
Due ' from National Banks
(not reserve agents) 285.10
Due from State Banks and
Bankers ., 1.168.65
Duo from approved . reserve , ,
agents .. .. .. 159,214.12
Internal-Revenue Stamp ... - . 210.36
Checks and other cash items. 2.648.(9
ot other National
Fractional paper "currency.
nickels and cents
WILL BUILD NEW BRIDGE.
County Judge C. J. Trenchard, Com
missioner C. C, Clarke and Roadmas-
ter John Frye made an Inspection of
the Necanlcum bridge at Seaside yes
terday and pronounced it unsafe, The
court will at one Invite bids for re
placing It with a new one. . Th old
bridge was build about 12 years ago
and consists of a trestle about 500 feet
long with one span of 40 feet.
HIGH CLASS DOGS FROM HERE
In the awarding of the prises at the
Bench Show In Portland, this county Is
getting its full share. Clatsop Beauty
th handsome pointer of W. F. Hal
derman of Warren ton, has captured
three firsts: Novice; open, under 50
pounds: and limit, under 50 pounds.
Printer Boy, owned by N. D.' Bain,
waa highly commended In the das of
limit dogs under 55 pounds. Mr Bain's
Walla Walla Queen was also highly
brated Hostettter's Stomach Bitters is
alto largely Increased, because more
people ars learning of. It wonderful
vusuute yvwura 111 vase ui aiomacn, i nu...i mA.. tM
liver, kidney and bowel disorders, and J ban, vis-
wiving inea one ooui mey are rje-lgpecle 4 360,022.85
In cnnvlnsed of It value, and won't j, tender not. 1.998.00 62.020.35
vcent anything else In its place. This Redemptlon wlth v, g. ,
will be your experience, too, if you treMUrw (5 cent
irni oiiijr bvo ii a iritu.i it will ouua
up the run down system In the spring
overcome that tired, depressed feeling,
purify the blood and cure lose ot ap
petite, Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, and la grippe, Don't
fall to try It. v :
' WILL CLOSE OUT. .
David 8he.na.han will soon announce
a closing-out sale ot his dry good
stock preparatory to going out of the
business. Mr. Shanahan has been a
popular dry goods merchant in As
toria for 15 years and will now retire
from the field. r
Cheap Fuel. ,
! Fir slabwood, stov'legths, 32.50 per
cord. Boxwood 11.50 per large load.
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, th trans
Hats Trimmed Free -
Mrs. Ingleton has Just opened a line
line ot spring hat and flowers, with
waists, white skirt and muslin under
wear. Pompadours and hair switches.
and all kinds ot ladle and children's
furnsblng good at sal price. Welch
block, Astoria, Or.
Capital stock paid In ........I 50,000.00
Surplus fund 10.000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses an dtaxes paid ...... 1,237.57
National Bank notes out
Individual deposits, J , -f "
subject to check.$221.128.39 " .
Demand certificate ,
of deposit ........ 104,813.62
Time certificates of x
deposit ,....182.710.56 508,650.57
V)Q place to buy all the smart
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creations for spring wear.
A store full of snapping bar
gain that suggest quick acton
If you know a good thing. Many
splendid costuming hint In the
new suits, skirts and waists
Striking Individuality in con
tumes what every smartly
dressed woman covetseasily se
cured If you select from our new
Importations, Excellence - and
broad variety marks the display.
YOU MUST SEE
Our plain and fancy etamlnes, plain and novelty voiles, plain and
fancy crepons, fancy knottted twine cloths, air frame novelties, wont
ed crashes In art mixtures, basket' and canvas cloth, seeded eolienrves,
jnlxad xibalines, panne Cheviot, Sicilians, alpacas, brillian tines and
fancy mohairs Scotch plaid suitings.
Everything for th ladies and children. . , .
&e A. DUNBAR CO.
DO YOU DRINK ,
TEA OR COFFEE
We have through a fortunate purchase, secured a quantity of
tea that Is equal to th 60c grade which we can sell you
FOUR POUNDS FOR $1
Our line of Green Roast Coffee will Interest you today. CoS
and ee If w cannot make an Improvement ' for you on the
brands you have been using. Ticket gives free.
FOARD & STORES CO.
Astoria - - Ore.
The Dost Restaurant
lertlar Meals, 25 Cesia
Sondjy Dinners a Specialty
EverytBlif tie Market Affords
Palace Catering Company
P U R N I T U Rj H
NEW AND SECOND 1IAND.
' CARPETS, STOVES AND TINWARE - ;
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
a Specialty. -:- Prices Lowest of the Low.
Adams Henning'sen ,
Next to Petorson & Brown. : Commercial Street.'
SHOES, OIL CLOTHES
RUBBER BOOTS. APRONS
FOR FISHING SEASON
V. H. COFFEY
Total '..".S.i. ...,.,,..1589,738.14
State of Oregon, County ot Clatsop, ss':
I, J. E. Higglns, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief. ;
J. B. HIGGINS Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16th day Of April. IMS. '
GEO. C, FULTON Notary Public.
Correct Atttest: r :
D. K. Warren, f '
Oeorg H. Georg, - - - n
Wm. II, Barker, Director. '
fhe Boston Restaurant
S30 COMMERCIAL STKEET ...
Best and Neatest Eating Hosse ia Astoria I
Try Our 25-Cent Dinners
Prompt Attention Class Ct.:f I
MARINOV1CH & BGSKOVICH J