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ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1903.
THE BEST COFFEE
There Is good coffee And better
coffee. We claim Chase L San
born's to be the best obtain
able, 40 cents a pound.
I ROSS, HIGGINS gt CO.
TUB TIDES FOR API1IL,
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Maybe You Cai
THE only differ
ence is the word
"Maybe!" High Art
lnsared Clothing IS
hand tailored, guar
anteed to fit and to
wear. Another salt
free if they prove
Other Clothing Hay
Be as good, bat we
KNOW what High
Art lnsared clothingis
What a food tailor would chare $30 (or, our (mured ult cent you
lit. A food tailor aaki tto to ISO for a fin wonted dull High Art
Insured Clothing, $30 to IS. Bam cloth, a Rood lining, very beat
tailoring. A-l flt, alt for one-half the price akd by good tailor.
UAa Reliable Clothier and Hatter
Meet me at Iloefler' oda foun
tain. Send In your order for Wyoming
-coal. 8. Klinor A Co.
Fishermen: Dixie Queen, In ll-os.
pull, 40 cent. P. A. Trulllnger.
The swellrst shop In the city,
m tint at the Palace bath.
Four up-to-date barber at the Occi
dent. Tou don't have to wait.
I have Just received a new lot of
Palmer' perfume, toilet wator. etc.
: Violet water In bulk, half-pint bottle
71 cent. Rogers, druggist.
A complete set of ping pong given
with six package of Mult Breakfast
Food by Johnson Pro. '
New clock of fancy good Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Bnxnar. Call and ee
the latest novelties from Japan.
Tou will always find the best 15c
meal In the city at the Rising 8un res
taurant, No. 611 Commercial street.
Dr. Nellie 8. Vernon has recently lo
cated permanently In Astoria for the
purpose of practicing medicine and has
ocured office over Griffin' book (tore
where ah enn be found from 10 to 12
a. m. and 1:30 to 6 p. m.
ELASTIC FELT MATTRESS
We are agents for the best
Felt Mattress on the market.
with each one. rTry one and
you will surely be satisfied
as to their worth. Price, $15.
CHARLES UEILB0S2N 0 SON
590-592 Commercial Street
Were All the Alaska Fishermen
Fooled, or Did They Sign
The Portland Journal of Friday con
tain a scare-head article from It As
torla correspondent purporting to ex
pose certain so-culled slavish provis
ions lmKlng upon the fishermen In
this 'm's contmcts signed by the
Alnska flickers' Assorliitinn, the Alas
ka Fishermen's Packing Compiiny, the
Alaska-Portland Packing Company
and the Columbia lilver Packers' As
soclntlon on the one side, and their re
spective Alaska fishermen on the other.
The article only mention the latter
company, but a the contract of earn
were In the same terms, no doubt all
were meant. In spruklng of the mat
tir, a representative of the C R. P.
"Absolutely the only different be
tween our form of contract and that
used by the other companli-s I that
our Is more favorable to the fisher
men than theirs In two particulars. We
give 1 cents each for pink fish, and
none of the others give any price at
all. We limit th boat to 1204) fish
per day each, while the other limit
them to only 1000 each. These point
make our the most liberal of any Al
aska contract. A to the terms, they
were agreed to by the fishermen Individ
ually and collectively. After mature
deliberation the union sanctioned the
contract at It meeting, a Secretary
Lornsten will vouch. The contract
were Included In the (hipping article
igned before the shipping commission
er at the customs house, and every man
knew their content and signed of hi
own five will. In fitting out such an
expedition It Is necessary to provide
for a degree of discipline consistent
with safety for all concerned, but If
man Intends to do the square thing, the
term of the contract will not bother
him much so long a he gets the money
due him. The attack In the Journal I
entirely misleading and malicious. A
for the alleged evening paper which
took up the bowl, tt I too ridiculous to
pity attention to. You cannot get
dean water from a ewer."
CHINESE DRAGON COSTING.
A Joint meeting was held In the Jos
House on Bond Street Inst evening at
tended by the Regatta Committee, May
or 8uprennt and about 50 representa
tive Chinese to plan for Regatta fea
ture. The Chine resolved them
selves Into in Auxiliary Regatta Com
mittee and elected officers as follows:
Chalrmin, Chew Gong; Secretary. Lam
Dong: Treasurer, Leong Tip; Interpre
ters, Lati Quan and Wong Woah. Sec
retary Lam Dong wa Instructed to cor
respond with the Los Angeles syndi
cate owning the fiercest Chinese Dra
gon In the United State with a view to
It appearance at the coming Regatta.
A cUl car and two men are required
for the transportation of the animal
and with It come 100 native costumes
for the use of tt attendant In parade.
The Chinese also Volunteer to enter for
a series of boat race after their own
NEW TENDER FOR HUME MILL.
Contract were let yesterday to the
Astoria Iron Work for the machinery
and Richard Leather for the hull of
an elegant teamer to be used a a
tendnr tor the new Hume sawmill The
boat will be 77 feet long II feet beam
and 7 feet 1 Inch depth. Her engines
are to be 150-horee power, which will
give her good speed and power for
towing. Sh la to be completed. In
spected, tried, guaranteed and delivered
by August 14. Her cost will be 114,000.
THE DEBATING SOCIETY.
The Astoria Literary and Debating
Society plan to have hereafter on alter
nate Monday a eric of addresses by
prominent people. The W. C. T. U.
wo Invited to furnish a speaker for
next Monday, and under It auspices
Mr. W. A. Crane will address the de
bating society at Ita hall on Bond street
Monday, April 20, at I P. M. Mr. A.
A. Cleveland will preside Everybody
Invited. Admission free.
FOR ANNAPOLIS CADETSHIP.
Civil Service examination of the can
dldutes for appointment to the Naval
Academy at Annnpoll will be held on
Tuesday next. Senator Fulton ap
pointed Howard Gatlln of Salem to the
place, with Geo. W. Struble of Port
land, .Choi; L, : Rogers, Astoria, and
Ronald Johnson, as alternates in the
order named. No ftiipoliitment Is to
be made by the Senator this year for
cadetshlp at 'West Point. r
MUST PROVIDE FISH LADDERS.
Master Fish Warden Van Dusen left
last evening for Grants Pas to invest!
gate the'two dam being built aero
Rogue River at Grant Pas and Tolo
The dam are now ready to be closed
and Mr. Van Dusen Intend to make
sure that fish way are constructed ac
cording to law before they are closed.
The hatchery I above. the dam, about
40 mile, and it I very necessary that
th fish should be abls to pas th dam
to reach th hatchery.' Fishing began
on Roug River on April 1.
.THE SALMON CATCH.
Th run of fish In th river has very
materially diminished sine th season
opened." While it I larger than ha
been known for some year St this time
In the aesson, yet th catch will prob
ably be quit moderate until a later run
appear. Boat on the tower river
are taking about 100 pounds each per
day. Up th river fish are more plentl
FOR BRISTOL BAT.
Th Alaska Fishermen' Packing Co'
ship, Berlin and th Portlund-Alaska
Packing Co', ship C. F, Sargent are
In the lower harbor with all band on
board and ready to go to sea this morn
Miss Ada Jordan will go to Portland
this morning to pay a short visit.
Mrs. James Fox has been spending
a few day In Portland with her mo
Miss Ben Reed, who ha been' visit.
nlg in Portland returned horn last
Miss Florence Turner Is In from her
Walluskl school today, visiting with
Mrs. Ferd Fisher and son Earl came
down last nlght feom Portland. Earl
ha been In attendance at the bench
Miss Harriet Tallant returned to her
home on last night' train after a
visit of several month In Bouthern
The Misse Pearl and Lulu Estes
have returned to the college at Mc
Mlnville. Doctor Estes' brother and
fumlly have none to Seattle, where they
will locate. .
Mr. Bruce of New York Is In the city
today a gu-:st at the Elmore home.
Mrs. Richard Carruther I expected
with her son Richard Tallant In a
month or two to make her family and
friends an extended visit.
Miss Laura McCann has returned to
Portland where she I a student of
Holmes Business College. Beside her
work In the school Ml McCann I
studying vocal Instruction with
Mrs. Walter Reed, Portland' leading
Mr. Donald M. Stuart entertained
a large number of ladle at her resi
dence on Franklin Avenue Friday
afternoon. Progressive domlnoea wa
played .after which a dainty lunch wa
served. The house wae beautifully dec
orated for the occasion with a profusion
of Jonquils, laurestlne and holly. Mr.
Stuart wa assisted by six of her lady
friends and Master Donald Stuart.
Mis Floretta A. Elmore Is .ex
pected home thl week after a three
months' visit In Southern California
and San . Francisco. Miss Elmore
comes directly from . 8an Francisco
where she Just attended her cousin.
Miss Holbrook's announcement din
ner. Miss Hoinrook expect to oe
married during the summer and Miss
Elmore I to be her maid of honor.
Charles Hoi brook of San Francisco
announced the engagement of his dau
ghter Olive at a dinner given at his
home, 1901 Van Ness Avenue, on Wed
nesday evening. Mis Olive Hol
hrook will be remembered as the niece
of Mrs. Samuel Elmore who'epent a
month with ber aunt two year ago last
summer The fortunate-man Is Silas
Palmer a brother of the Misses Palmer
who visited the Mlssea Elmore the sum
mer previous to Miss Holbrook's visit.
Roth the young people are prominent
soiiully In San Francisco and Oak'
A '3O0D CANAL TITLE. .
The announcement that : the title
which the Panama Canal Company can
transfer to the United State 1 satis
factory, advances the canal-building
project materially. It wa feared that
a satisfactory title could not be ob
tained. In medicine, Hoetetter's Stom
ach Bitters has a clear title to first
place among family remedies, having
an unbroken record of cures, extend
ing over half a century, back of it.
No home is therefor complete with
out a botte of it In the medicine cheat
It will rector the appetite,- positively
cure dlxxlnesa, flatulency, nausea, head
ache, indigestion, dyspepsia, and con
stipation; also prevents la grippe, chill
and malaria, fever and ague. A fair
trial wll convince you of Its value. The
genuine ha our Private Stamp over
the neck of the bottle, .j J -
t PERSON.AL MENTION
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. F. L. Qreeflough Is In Portland on
visit , .. : "
Anton Brig wa over from Deep Riv
er yesterday, ., , , .. ..
Miss Harriett Rofter I spending Sun
day In Portland, -
O. B. Hegardt came up from Fort
Steven yesterday. .,
L. J. Zlegler and Mr. Zleler went to
Portland last alght.
Mayor C. F. Lester came over from
W, B. Young of Fort Steven I spen
ding Sunday in Astoria.
A. Leberman and wife returned last
nlfcht from a Portland visit.
Mrs. Chas. Rogers I confined to her
home with serious illness.
Mr. and Mr. S. C. Brown are spend
ing a few days In Portland.
V, A. Trulllngar returned last night
from a brief visit in Portland.
Angu Foot and Mrs. Foote of West
port are here, having arrived last night
Captain Hall, who I employed at
Fort Columbia, returned home last ev
Hon. John H. Smith and son Jack
were goose hunting on the west side
' Wm. Haggman, who I employed
hen, went to hi home on the west side
W. F. McGregor and wife started
last night for Seattle where they will
remain for a tew day
D. K. Warren will go to his home
In Warrenton In a few day. He is
much better in health.
Mis McDowell the trained nurse
from Portland, is in the city attending
Ml Madge 8ovey during her illness.
W. R. Mackenzie, formerly travel
ing auditor for the O. R. ft N. Co.,
was in the city yesterday on business.
W. L, l"hlnhart returned to .Port
land last evening after several days in
Astonla. While here Mr. Uhlenhart
disposed of a lot be owned at Sea
August Hildebrand,, wbo has been
confined to hi ho-ne for the past week
with an attack of the grippe, la now
much bettjr and will be out in a few
Charley Holme returned last night
from ths Willamette where he ha been
Inspecting horses with a view to pur
chasing a team to be used by the Ore
W. A. Goodln wa down to Fort
Steven yeaterday. He expects soon to
be awarded the contract for clearing
a tract of ground there for which he
was the lowest bidder.'
Mrs. James W. Welch went up on
the evening train to Portland to Join
her husband at the bedside of their son
George who Is very low with diabetls.
No hope Is now entertained for 4ls re
covery. James Flnlayson, who has been vis
iting his parents here for a few days,
expects to return to San Francisco on
the next steamer. Mr. Flnlayson was
In charge of the old Hustler wharf
eight year sago.
J. K. Gamblll, treasurer of the
Wheeler Lumber Company, came up
from Nehalem yesterday by way of
Seaside, and- left last evening for Chi
cago to visit hi mother, who is re
ported dangerously ill.
n ASTORIA TEAM WINS.
A bowling team, plcfcid ftem the
Commercial Club of this city, 4
played with the Portland Commer-
clat Club last night and won the 4
contest. The game was very close 4
resulting In a score of 958 to 947.
Follow'ng are the player who
went up from here: J. W. Math-
ena, B.- J. Pye, M. F. Hardesty,
James Keating, P. B. Bovey and
- Now Open.
After being handsomely remodeled,
refurnished and enlarged, the famous
Toke Point. Oyster house I again open
to the public. The celebrated Toke point
oysters and all other delicacies will
be served in our superior style at all
hour. Private room. . Eleventh
street. ' .
TO ALL PERSONS IN CLATSOP
You are hereby notified ' that under
the law all cases of infectious diseases
must be immediately reported to me.
All births, deaths and burials must aJ
j so be reported. That. In case of quar
I antlne being declared of any person or
place, tt Is hereby made the duty of the
Sheriff, all Constable and other offic
ers of the county to see that same is
enforced. A violation will subject the
person or person to arrest and fine.
This order doe not Include the city of
Astoria, as same is subject to orders of
- ' ' C. J. TRENCHARD,
County Judge and County Health Of
Our Handkerchief counter is simply flooded with fin Hand
kerchief in all the latest kinds, plain An one, with alt six
hem, fancy fine linens, embroidered and tac trimmed, and
high novelties of all sort, Including colored border, colored
initial and colored embroidery.
NEW ARRIVALS IN SHEER LINENS, all width hems,
warranted all pure linen. Price 12 Vac to 16c each.
INITIALED HANDKERCHIEFS, 25c, 25c and 46c each.
CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, plain and colored
border, price Ic and up.
Another New Feature in
Corset Cover Embroideries
With dainty beading and embroidery on upper edge;, alsa
beading belt. Loveliest of the new sreatlons.. .
YOU CANNOT AVOID STYLE AND QUALITY IN OUR 8 TORE.
Sfce A. DUNBAR CO.
All members of Astoria Aerie, Frater
nal Order of Eagles, are requested to
attend the meeting today. There will
be Important business to come before
the meeting. ; . ; -: , ,
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathlln of
West Astoria, on April 19, 1901, a son..
CLOSED ON MONDAY.
Shanohon's dry goods store will be
closed on Monday to get ready for the
closing out sale commencing Tuesday
morning at o'clock. Five or six
young lady clerks can secure employ
ment during the sale by applying to
ATTENTION, RED MEN !
The member of Concomly Tribe No
7, I. O. R. M., are requested to meet
at K. of P. hall at 1 P. M., today to
attend the funeral of our late brother
Edward Segerstrom. By order of
Thomas B. Loughery, Sachen.
Attest: Olaf Anderson, C. of R.
Bubacrib for Th Morning Astorian
It la full of new, and worth th price,
DO YOU DRINI1 "
TEA OR COFFEE
We have through a fortunate purchase secured a quantity of
tea that is equal to the He grade which we can tell you
FOUR POUNDS FOR $1
Our line of Green Roast Coffee will interest yon today. Call .
and ee if we cannot make an improvement for you on the
brand you have been using. Tickets given free.
FOARD a STOKES CO.
Astoria - Ore.
CAN YOU BEAT THEM?
Notice These Prices
Good Tapestry Carpet regular
75c, now at 60c.
All wool S-ply Carpet regular
It now at 70c. ,
'All wool 2-ply Carpet regula
75c, now at 60c.
Best of all wool 2-ply In latest
patterns, regular 15c, now at 66c
Good China Matting, regular 16
cent now at 10c. --
Eastern hardwood folding beds
In seven different styles from
Japanese Matting In fancy pat
terns, regular S5c, now at 20c.
Linoleum In lt-4, regular 85c,
now at S6c.
Nine different styles in 'Oak
Sideboards from 110 up.
. Combination Book Cases, regu
lar 112.60, new at $10.
Chiffoniers in Oak, full swell
front regular 123.60, now ' at
China Closets and Book Case
10 per cent off.
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
630-4334 COMMERCIAL STUEET
! " The
The Best Eestaoront
Regular Meals, 2 5 Cents
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
Everything tne Market Affords
Palace Catering Company
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BURN IT OR E
s KEW AND SECOND HAND.
. . CARPETS, STOVES AND TINWARE
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
a Specialty. 4 ' Prices Lowest of the Low.
Next to Peterson & Brown. : - Commercial Street.
H O T E V PORTL A N
The Finest Hotei in the Northwest
PORTLAND, - - OREGON