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ASTORIA. OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 19X
Today's Weather Weetern Oregon
and Washington Increasing cloudiness
, probably follow Jd by showers; cooler
la western Oregon except war the
COABt. ' ;,
. The steamer Aurella arrived In from
San Francisco yesterday.
1' Capt. W'm. Rehfeld Is quite 111 at his
boms on Seventeenth Street.
The lark Hurry Morse Is to put to
sea for Nushagak this afternoon.
' The French bark Gen. Neumeyer left
out yesterday with grain for South Af
Sweet and Juicy navel oranges, best
quality at the right price, at John-
Interview Trulllnger Hardesty. 43
Commercial street, about your electric
' Another shipment of those dainty
and appetising, cheese straws just In at
A new invoice of those beautiful and
curious sea shells Just received at Sven
son's book store.
The Emily Henderson1 pure white pea
seed and many other popular varieties
at Johnson Bros.
... Doctors Linton and HU1 are erecting
k business house In Seaside tn which
' to conduct drug store, " ;
' The ship Berlin was anchored in the
stream yesterday and is expected to
sail for Alaska tomorrow.
The schooner Volunteer, lumber laden
for Southern California, was towed to
sea from Knappton yesterday by the
John Mattson Is driving piles to re
pair the damage done to the O. R. &
N. what by the steamer Alliance some
The residence of Edward Johnson at
Seaside was recently entered by thieves
. while Mr. Johnson was at church. The
'robbers secured IIS.
Svensen's book store sells all the
v latest macasines, stationery, school
supplies, musical Instruments, novel
ties, pictures, etc., etc,
Auditor Keuttner, accompanied by
Mrs. Keuttner, returned from Seaside
yesterday after completing his duties
as paymaster for the A. & C. K. R.
The high school will Indulge in rhe
torical this afternoon after which Dr.
Login win address the students on the
formation and care of the teeth,
.A full house' greeted Beaty Bros, mov
ing picture show at Fishers' opera
house last evening and got Its money's
worth. The two hours of pictures and
music proved very satisfactory to the
Much Tiiat Every Woman
About Sanative Antisep
Anil tat Curing Ulcerative
Pains asd Weaknesses.
Too much stress cannot be placed on
the great value of Cutlcura Soap, Oint
ment and Pills in the antiseptic cleans
ing of the mucous surfaces and of
the blood and circulating fluids, thus
affording pure, sweet tod economical
local and constitutional treatment for
weakening discharges, ulcerations, in
flammations, Itchlngs, irritations, relax
ations, displacement, pains and irregu
larities peculiar to females. Hence the
Cutlcura remedies bars a wonderful
Influence in restoring health, strength
and beauty to weary women, who
. have been prematurely aged and in-
valided by thee distressing ailments,
as well as such sympathetic afflictions as
; anemia, chlorosis, hysteria, nervous
Bess and debility.
Women from the very first have fully
appreciated the purity and sweetness,
the power to afford Immediate relief,
the certainty of speedy and permanent
cure, the absolute safety and great
economy which have made the Cutlcura
Soap, Ointment and Pills the standard
skin cures and humour remedies of the
Millions of the world's best people
. use Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cuticura
Ointment, for preserving, purifying
and beautifying the skin, for cleansing
. the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff,
and the stopping of falling hair, for
softening, wbitenjng and soothing red,
rough and sore hands, in the form of
bath for annoying Irritations, inflam
mations and ulcerative weaknesses, and
for many sanative, antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves, aa
well as for all the purposes of the
toilet, bath and nursery, y ,
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Wanted- Two or three furnished
rooms for housskeeplng In a nice loca
tion, by man and wife; no children.
Address J. T. L., care AstorlanArf-
Captain Jack Rekl has brought down
a togging outfit from the John Day fur
Non-U Staples and will take It up to
Tucker Creek, where a new camp will
be started. v
Supt. John McOuIre of the A. C.
R. R, went gunning on the west side
yesterday. The regular train will not
be able to bring home the game he
dees not shoot.
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 1111.
Art rugs? Carpets? Fancy rockers?
Iron beds? Go-carts? Stoves? Ran
ges? Pictures? Frames? Anything
la the house furnishing or decorating
line? See H. H. Zapf.
In the case of Dr. H. L. Henderson
vs. James Hansen that has been on
trial In the Circuit Court, the Jury has
awarded the plaintiff $113. The amount
sued for was JltS and was alleged to
be due for professional services.
The city Is now absolutely free, and
the county generally Is peculiarly ex
empt from any contagious disease.
There Is a case of smallpox on the Lew
is and Clark, but it has about spent its
course and the patient is recovering
Rev. W. Seymour Short has been ap
pointed a member of the board to try
Bishop Mooreland, who has been charg
ed with misconduct, and will leave to
morrow for San Francisco where the
hearing takes place. Bishop More
land resides in Sacramento. '
The follo'ving committee, represent-1
Ing the Progressive Association. Willi
confer with the committee appointed I
by the Park Commission in regard to
the purchase of the park property for
the city:, Harrison Allen, C. Jf, Carn
ahan and Albert Dunbar.
: Frank Behnke and Miss Lottie, Sch
wegler wer marriei at the home of
Rev. Henry Marcotte by the pastor,
Wednesday afternoon. The groom is
a resident of Pacific County and his
bride has been living on Deep Riverj
The couple are now on their wedding j
trip, and when that is concluded will '
reside t Oneida, Wash. ,
Pecause they have no use for the cook.
a number of tha employes of the Brix
Bros, lousing camp on Peep River
have quit work. This gave rise to th
belief yesterday ihat there had been a
general strike in the camps on the
north shore but ane of the proprietors
pay such is not the case and the present
(rouble will be early adjusted.
The gunboat Bennington, commanded
by Captain Thomas, late of the fish
commission steamer Albatross, is to go
to sea today for a two days' trial trip,
under the direction of a Naval Board.
The Bennington rated as a third-class
cruiser recently arrived at San Fran
cisco from Mare Island Navy Yard
here she was extensively overhauled
"Resurrection," Count Leo Tolstoi's
latest and most powerful study of the
human emotions, has proven itself one
of the great dramatic sensations of the
day. Heary Britoff, the Russian scholar
speaking of "Resurrection" says: "Res
urrection Is broid and deep and high
as life itsilf.. In :n ocean the ocean
of life rocked by storm and lulled to
sleep and ease by a master hand whlcb
seems to hold the key to the bosom
Of this ocean, disenchantment, suffer
ing, crime horrid repuleive crime.
And life that is something true in art"
The original American production of
"Resurrection" will be given In this
city at Fishers' on next Thursday ev
ening by a specially selected company.
Present Indications point to this en
gagement as one of the principal dra
matic events of the season. Seat sale
opens Wednesday morning at Griffin's
LORENZ OPERATION A SUCCESS.
Famous Bloodless Surgeon In Chicago
Attending Lolita Armour.
Chicago, April 16. Br. A. Lorenz,
the Austrian specialist, arrived in Chi
cago today for the purpose of removing
the cast from the leg of Lolita Armour,
the young daughter of J. Ogden Ar
mour upon whom an operation for con
genital dislocation of the hip was per
form el last October. The limb was
found to be In perfect condition and
the patient was able to walk around
the house without any difficulty.; The
operation was a complete success, said
Pr. Lorenz. ,
A FROSTY MOON.
Professor Pickering Thinks He
Hoar Frost on Luna.
Chicago, April Is. A dispatch to the
Chronicle from Ottubrktgrv Ma?., says;
Professor Pickering, of the Harvard
Observatory, thinks he has discovered
unmistakable evidences cf hoar frost
on the moon, strengthening the pre
vlous theory In that. direction. He Is
now busy working out his calculation.
mnde during the recent eclipse of the
moon, and will make known the results
In a few days.
During, the total eclipse lst Fail
Professor Pickering found that the
spot around the Ltnne crater had
greatly Increased during the darkness
away from the sun's heat. And that
It was hoar frost, he claimed, was
shown by Its diminution as the light
Increased. If the spot were stoue, he
argues, no light would have been re
flected while the earth's shadow was
upon the moon. Recent measurements
tend to confirm this belief.
FATAL COLORADO QUARREL
Victim Accuse) of Insulting His Mur
Idaho Springs, Colo., April It. A
(Rank Hallock. superintendent of the
Torpedo mine at this place, was shot
and killed by his neighbor, Edward
Rowse a bookkeeper, for an alleged In
sult offered by Hallock to Rowse's wife
When Rowse went to the Hallock home
and demanded an apology from Hallok
the latter angrily denied the charge. A
short time afterward, aa Rowse was
conversing with a friend In the street
In front of Hallock'a house, the latter
appeared at the front door with a shot
gun to his hand. Rowse immediately
opened fire on him, fatally wounding
Hallock. As he fell. Hallock fired one
shot from his gun wounding Rowse In
the arm. Rowse has been placed un
BCRNED BY LIVE WIRE.
Bystanders Unable to Save Boy From
Elisabeth, N. J., April 16.-Edward
Burbank. 13 years old, while In the
street attempting to catch some wood
which was drifting down the gutter,
stepped upon a live wire which had
fallen during the storm. The wire I
colled about him and he was burned '
to death in the sight of several persons
who were attracted by bis screams
and did not dare to go near him for
fear of being shocked.
PUGILIST FINED "FOR ASSAULT.
Method by Which Authorities May
Boston, April 16. A fine of $100 was
imposed on George Gardlner the fight
er, having been pronounced guilty of
r"luT.!r "wl'hrrifISHERS' OPERA house
Persons interested consider the case Im
portnnt as It Indicates a method where-
ly the authorities may reach bouts
f'ven before private clubs, with which
the courts have decided they could not
SULTAN S UNCLE CAPTURED.
Madrid, April-18. People who have
arrived at Tangier, Morocco, report
that the rebels have captured Muley
Arafa, the Sultan's uncle. They add
that Arafa afterwards, on the prom
ise of being appointed to an important
position, gave his adhesion to the pre
tender. FOR 30 DAYS
I offer for the next 20 days the follow
ing line of cigars at Portland prices:
Manara Banquet, Sancanas T. Hye, El
Sldelo, El Telegraffo, El Symphonle, La
Sorrento, La Belle Creole, Rosa Ai
Mayo, Owls, Exports, Childs, Oremas,
Sailor Prlne, a union label cigar.
Royal Bengals, two packags of Dur
Rsm free with each 100.
Sanlla Gems, t tor t cents; Old Vir
ginia Cheroots,, t for S cents; Porto
Ricnn cigars, 500 and SO 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
ets, 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
amples and get prices.
P. A. TRULLINGER
515 Commercial Street
X bone 351 and 287 1 Two Stores
' . Flrst-Class Work
Fine Watches Sol
CASH PAID FOR BOOKS OF All .
KINDS, OR BOOKS EXCHANGED.
469 Bond Street
Why nee gelatins and
produce better result la two minutest
Every thing la the paokag. Simply add hot
water and set to ouul. It's perfection. Astir
prise to the housewife. Mo trouble, leas eg.
pettae. Try it to-day. In Fonr Fruit FIa
vont: Lemon, Onuie, Strawberry, Batp.
ferry. At grocers. lOo.
THErtE" WERE NO RIOTS.
Action of Jopltn's Mayor Preserved
Order In the City.
Joplln. Mo., April !. It was feared
all day that the mob which lynched
the tramp negro here and then burned
the homes of other negroes, would re
sume depredations tonight. Mayor
Trigg Issued a proclamation today call
tng a public meeting at S o'clock to or-
xnnlxe KM vlglUntea for the preserv
ative of order In the city. Although
throngs began to Sill the streets by
nightfall there was no sign of disorder.
New Orleans, April It The eighth an
nal convention of the National Associ
ation of Manufacturers ended, today
with the unanimous election of David
Parry of Indianapolis. There had been
much talk of a movement for hit de
feat for the presidency of the Asso
ciation owing to his position on the
labor question but, there were no surf
ace Indications of dissension when the
For the meeting of the Presbyterian
General Assembly to be held at Los
Angeles. Calif., May IS, to June J, the
O. R. ft N. Co. will sell round trip
tickets via steamer at the low rate of
$35.70. These .tickets will be good go
ing on steamers leaving Astoria on
May 13 and IS and to return up to July
15. A proportionately low rate will al
so be made via nil rail from Portland
or by boat to Snn Francisco and from
thence Southern Pacific to destination
For further particulars regarding dates
rates and routes, call on or address
G. W. Lounsberry,
Agent, Astoria, Ore,
The annual Clatsop county teachers'
Institute will be held May . 7. and at
Astorli. The day sessions In the high
school building, evening sessions at the
MethodlMt 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.
L. E. SELIG. Leese and Manager.
THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903
An event of much Importance! The
great Tolstoi play,
Now playing to crowded houses In
New York, London, Paris and Berlin.
Exciting the curiosity of the entire
Management of AIDEN BENEDICT.
Produced with special scenery for ev
ery act and a cast of extraordinary
Prices Reserved seals, II: gallery,
50c. Advance sale of seats opens Wed
nesday morning at Griffin's book store,
When people are contenplatlng a
trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want the beat err'.'
obtainable as far as speed, comfort and
safety is concerned. Employe of the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES are
paid to serve the public and our train
are operated so aa to make oloae con
nection with diverging line at all
Pullman Palace Bleeping and Chair
Car on through trains.
Dining ear service unexcelled, Meal
served a la carte. '
In order to obtain the flrst-clas ser
vice, aak the ticket agent to sell you
a ticket over
The Wisconsin Central Lines
and you will make direct connections
at St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all point Beat.
For any further Information call on
any ticket agent ,or correspond wtlh
- J AH. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
or JAft A. CLOCK. Mllw-ukPe. Wis.
THE A 8 I O R 1 A N
JOB P R I N T I N O
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes ki&cy aai bladder t'-ght
General BUeksinithiiig, Boat mid Cannery Work.
S u for High CUsa Work.Sliop Coruor of Fif
teenth and Dunne StrwU, war St, AUry Hospital.
1hN &MI. '-; '
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rate, for fWiermeu,
Fanners and Loggers.
A Ve ALLBN Ttnt sad Commerctil Streets
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled or lit Keg
Free City Delivery
I North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
We are prepared to make them on
short notice and of th best materials.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of eastings or pattern work. Lowest
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 3461.
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
Or LONDON .. '- '
THE OLDEST PURELY EIRE OFFICE IS TUB WORLU.
CMhAiUh . '. . Stl.aoo.ouu ,
CMhAtMia In UnltM Skim, a.oo,o.$a
C. A. Henry & Co., General Agents
215 SsBsome Street
Don't Guess at lt
But If ou are ow Seat writs us
for our rates and let us tell you about
the service and accommodations offer
ed by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Car via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST to Chicago and
Cincinnati. Don't fall to writ us
about your trip as we are In a posi
tion to give you some valuable infor
mation and aaelstano; till mile of
track over whiaa are opratd some
of the finest train In the world.
For particular regarding freight or
passenger -rates call on or addre.
, C. LInDbET. B. H. TRUMBBLU
T. F. ft R. A. Coral Agt.
141 Third Bt. Portland. Ore.
8. Feo. O. P. ft T. A.. St. Paul. Minn.
ASK THE AGENT FOR
SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, DULUTH,
MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS BAST.
New Equipment Throughout Palace
and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and
Buffet, Smoking Library Cars.
Daylight Trip Through the Cascade
and Kocky Mountains.
For Full Particular, Rates, Folders,
Etc., Call on or Address
J. W. PHALON, H. DICKSON,
Trav. Pass. Agt City Ticket Agt
122 Third Street, Portland.
412 First Avenue, - Seattle, Wash.
A, B. C. DENNISTON, G. W. P. A.
wClDlule tre superior
to Baisam or lopaiot
m Lt i
lUDeoi or injection! anaf UIt.
CURE IN 43 HOURSVMtf
th ssm diseases with.
Scow Bay Iron 0
iXt. ISth and rrukllu avt
: ai Pruclsco. Cil
& CO., AQENT5
The Scenic Line
TO THE EAST AND SOUTH.
Through Salt Lake City, Leadvlllo,
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and
Oners the Choice of Three Routes
Thtough th Famous Rocky Moun
tain Scenery, and Five Distinct
Routes East and South of Denver.
3 -FAST TRAINS DAILY-3
Between Ogden and Denver, Carrying
All Chsses of Modern Equipment.'
P'irfett Dining Car Service and Per
sonally Conducted Tourist Ex
cursion to All Points East,
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
On All Classes of Tickets.
For Information or Illustrated liters
ture call on or address
W. C. M jDRIDE, General Agent
124 Third St., Portland, Or.
Tlmo Card of Train .
- Leave Arrive
Puget Sound Limited. 7:14 am ;4J pm
Kansas Clty-St Louis
Special 11:10 am l:4B pm
North Coast Limited 1:10 P m 7:00 a m
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express .. 11:46 pro l:W pm
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor point
Take Puget Sound Limited for Otym
Take Puget Sound Limited r Kan
sas Clty-St Lout Special for point
on South Bend branch.
Doubl dally train service on Gray'
Harbor branoh. -
Four train dally between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattle.
A familiar nam of the Chicago,
lriiw.Hb.. m. a ni BaIIwav. known
all over th Union a th Great Rallway
runmng the "Pioneer tamuea nm
every day and night between St. Paul
anq unioago, ana imn
"Th onlv nerfaet train In th world."
Understand: Connection are made
with all transcontinental line, wjurmg
Luxurious coaohe, eleotrie light, steam
neat, of a variety equaaea oy m miw
See that your ticket read via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the Uulted mate or Canada. All
ticket agent ell hem. . ? . ' "
For vatna. ntmrfhlata or other infor-
mwtion, addess, .
J. W, CASET. . nuwa.
Trav. Peas. Agt., .
RKIfiKT or TWO CONDITION OV
FIRST MltOML BANK
of Astoria, t Astoria, In the But
of Oregon, at the close of business,
April . 1908. s ; "
l.on and discounts ...... .IMT.IM.H
nverdritt. secured and un- f
secured 1,10. ft
r, S. Honda to secure elr. i
culfttlun lt.M0 K
Htm km ivurl(lt, eto 130.TU IT
Other real estate owned .... l,0Og,(o
IHim from National Hanks -
(not ruiurvs ngMUis) ...... 1.M.W
Due front Htute.Haok and
Due from approved reserve
Inturnal-reveiiue stamps .... 104.41
Chocks afU other cash items. 400 II
Notts of other National
NK'kels and cents 11.11
Lawful money resent in
liedemptlon fund with U. S. ,
treasurer (S per rent of elr.
Capital stork paid In ,.....,. M.OM 00
murplus fund M.Mf.B
Undivided profits, less) es-
pensre and Usee paid lltl M
National Hank note out
stanJIng 11,60 W
its subject to
Demand certificates "', ,
nt deposit 1M.1U.7I ?
Certified checks ...... isi.M s7,l44,T
Htste of Orwn. County of Clatsop, ss:
I, 8, Uontun, eashler of the above
nniurd bank, do solemnly swear that
the ulwve statement la true to the bt
of my knowledge and belief,
t. 8. QOHDON. Cashier.
fui. rlUd and sworn to before we
this llth day of April. 101
C, H, THOUdON, Notary I'ublle.
0. C. riavel,
W, K. Mi'Oregor,
Jartjb Ksrnm, Director.
PATKNT W KITING KINU
The most Important tmsrovomtet
of the age In th art of pen
manship makes the poorest writ
r n splendid penman In a few
weeks by the use of this ring. Es
dorsed by prominent college president
and board of education In Europe
and America. Sample dosen assorted
sls sent post paid for tl. single
sample Sic. When ordering a single
ring state whether for msn, woman
or child. 1 I
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
1 8. FOURTH ST.,
nnd nil points ent and south r et
resi-hfd froin Mlnm-npolfi (. j
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The Northwestern Limited
The tit of M trill... btlwtwfl tnts
miH cities Is the funiojs
For Iav,i Rates, Times of Trains,
1L L. S1SLER, GENERAL AGENT.
24g Aldjr St., portlnd, Or.
T. W. TEABDALB,
Gen. Pass. Agt., St Paul, Minn.
"The Biggest Sensation Everywhere."
The smallest etere scope with the
strongest optical elect Highly fin
ished in different colors with rick gold s
and silver decoration (mountings-.
Including 20 V, F. Photographs. View
of art (genre). Price only II. Sent
everywhere prepaid In letter form.
FORREST BLDO., Philadelphia.
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Neatly printed stationery is a delight
to the artistic eye. , The Astorlan Job
Printing department does that kind Of