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ASTORIA. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 190.'?.
Wt hitvt Juiit rwtlvetl direct from ths factory a very On kit of
Hnmnis. Just what you want wh houss cleaning. Ws also
hv full lln or nru.lio. HiTUhi, Dlili Moi. Whisk Broom.,
Duslsrs, lo. Nw (loads an d tHll prlcsa alt ths time.
ROSS, HIGGINS a CO.
THE TIDES FOR MAY
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Are you going to. the
at St. Louis, Mo.
OU may if you buy your Men's
and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Un
derwear, Trunks, Sox, Shirts,
etc., at Herman Wise's store.
A number with every $10 pur
chase. Keep your slips if you
only buy a dollar's worth. When you
have $10 worth together you will re
ceive a numbered certificate, which
entitles you to an equal participation
in the distribution of the , V
which Herman Wise gives to his cus
tomers. Why trade elsewhere and
lose this splendid chance?
U60 Reliable Clothier and Hatter
Meet meat Hoefler's soda fountain.
Sand In your order for Wyoming
coal. S. Klmore A Co. .
Fishermen: Dixie Queen, In U-ds.
lla, 40 cent. P. A. Trulllnger.
The swellest shop In the city, SIX
.artists at the Palme bath,,
Four up-to-date barber, at the Occl
dent. You don't have to wait.
Grays river full cream cheeae war
ranted the beat on the coaat. Depot and
note agenry at No 417 Bond atreet, Bond
Street market. Wholesale and retail.
Improve your flower and vegetable
gardens with bone, or land plaater, fer
tillzer, for aale by Johnaon Broa.
New stock of fancy good Just arrlv.
ed at Yokohama Bnsaar. Call and tee
the latest novclttof from Japan.
You will nlways find the beet lie
moal In the city at the nislng Sun ret
tnurant. No. 611 Commercial street.
Booms Borne choice housekeeping
rooms now vacant and for rent, over
Petersen & Brown's shoe store.
Pure and wholesome Ice cream, IS c
a pint, Delicious Ice cream soda and
confectionery at Taint's candy store.
8 FEE WBifflEI
And all the smaller sizes of
rugs. : We have them in Axmin
ster, Body Brussels Tapistry
Brussel and the Crex Rug. See
window display. '
CHARLES I2EILBQRN 8 SON
390-592 Commercial St.
I-ONB FISHKrtMAN DftOWNKD.
At an early hour yesterday morning
a distressing affair occurred a short dls
tince this side of Rainier by whlh
Walter Oert, A fisherman, Is thought
to have been drowned. When the O.
ft. A N. river steamer Ilussalo hud
passed Rainier, enrouts for this place, a
distance of something less than a mile,
the man at the wheel noticed some
thing ahead directly In the coums of
ths steamer. Tht distance wa too
hurt to M-ate colliding wl'b tot ob
ject, though every effort was made to
do so. The object proved Iom Ash
ing boat snd as ths Hossalo struck It
cries were heard to proceed from Its dl-
ruction. As soon as possible ths stcom
tr was brought to stop and her course
was retraced. No further cries wre
heard and when the boat was picked
up. In somewhat of a dismantled
condition, Its occupant had disappear
ed. Ths boat proved to be a smaller
crart than those, used In this vicinity
and It was 'ater proved by people In
Ilulnler to have belonged to Walter
a rt. a young fisherman. At ths time
the boat was picked up a drifting gill
net was found attached to It. The of
nrers of the steamer say ttmt no light
was aboard of her, and that doubtless
accounts for ths mishap. In that reg
ion only one man manages a boat, no
boatpullvr being used, so It Is not pos
sible that more than one life was lost.
A resWnt of Halnier, who arrived In
the city on tost night's trotn, reported
that the body of the unfortunate man
wus recovered by searching party at
about S o'clock In the afternoon. When
found .me .if the fishermen's boots
had been removed a lost vain attempt
of the drowning man to save himself.
The body was tuken to Rainier w here a
sorrowing young widowed mother re
Mme. Fortune will be at the dime
mus to tell your fortune for the small
sum of 10c. .
SEEN IN SEASIDE.
Aletund :r Gilbert has the foundation
finished for a 60x"5 feet two-story bust
mss house ,to be occupied partly as a
restuur.ini and other businesses.
P. Lawler Co., have a two-story
store building of 10x64 feet nearly en
closed. One room of It will be occupied
by P. A. Trulllnger with a cigar and
tobacco store. Another room Is for
F.nglnwr Hholts of the Seaside Mill
company will remove to Astoria soon to
become engineer for the North Pacific
Brewing company. ,
Ed. Piper of the Orrgonlan and 3. A.
Alain ky are hnvnlg a pair of hand
some cottages built by Contractor Dean
Charles Macs of Portland Is building
a neat cottage. 8. J. Hubbard Is the
The town officers are negotiating for
materials with which to put In a sewer
system on the principal streets. A
move is also on foot to secure fir pro.
lection by laying pipes to connect with
five large private water tanks, having
a capacity of about 30,000 gallons In all.
In caw of fire each could be drawn
from, which would furnish a good ser
vice within Its limits.
which proved unavailing. His wife and
Dr. Alfred Kinney,. !s cousin," were
present at his death. Mr. Kinney was
loin In Mima tine, ,, It years ago,
snd crowd the plains to this country
In 147, During the past a years be has
been an hotored and highly respected
resldont of this city.
Dime -nusee Tuesday night for the
benefit of the Woman's club.
The finest shooting gallery on the
coast. Come and try your luck at the
WEALTHY, BUT WALKED.
J. J. Allard, a Portland gentleman
who spends much ot itis time at his
Sea View cottage on the north, beach
had an experience yesterday which Is a
rather serious reflection on the manage
ment of the I. It. A N. Co's railroad.
Sea View Is at this time of the year
designated as a flag station, but the
only flag he could And, while waiting
on .the platform with his wife, two chil
dren and an old gentleman who was al
so destined for the boat at Ilwaco, was
his pocket handkerchief. A vigorous
use of this proved unavailing, as the
engineer refused to recognise Its author
Ity, and the would-be-passengers were
left standing In the storm three miles
frpm Ilwaco whllethe train sped by.
In attempting to walk in they were
Honked with rnln, crowded off Into the
mud by a log train, lost their rubbers,
their umbrellas and hats blew away,
and they arrived at the Ilwaco wharf lh
time to catch the Nnhcotta a sorry
looking lot. Their tickets read from
Portland to Sea View and returnt and
Mr. Allard thinks such treatment Jus
tifies a case tor damages. "
Vaudeville! Vaudeville! Vaudeville!
Tuesday night at the dime muaee. '
- A WELL EQUIPPED OFFICE. .
. The Astorlan Job office under the man
agement of E. W, Stahl. late of the
state printing office at Salem, is thor
oughly equipped for doing nil kinds of
printing. Some new and handsome
styles of type have Just been received.
Briefs, billheads, letterheads, circulars,
dodgers, cards, etc., on short notice
and at lowest prices.
Dime musee at the A. F C. hall on
Bond street Tuesday night, May 11.
Ten jents will admit you.
LYMAN C. KINNEY DEAD.
Lyman C. Kinney died at the North
Pacific sanitarium In Portland last
night at U o'clock. The cause of his
death was an abcess of the middle ear,
complicated with blood poisoning. He
became ill last Tuesday and went at
once to the sanitarium for treatment,
Harrison Allen Is la Portland to
Dr. Alfred Kinney Is In Portland to
day. , ',. ' :
Albert Hill was over from Fklpanon
ilon, .Tno, H. Smith went up to Port
land last night.
BenJ. Worsley of Svensen spent yes
terday In the cfty.
J. P. Merrifleld the Seaside black
smith Is In the city.
J. M. Arthur snd family returned to
Miss Lottie Bennett has returned to
her home In Salm. "f . ",
Bnmutl Elmore went up to Portland
on last night's train,
Oeo. W. Warren came over from
Warrenton yesterday. . ,,
W. A, Crane left for Ashland lost
evening on the .Lurllne. j - .
James Waterhouse of Butterfleld
station was In the city yesterday.
Oswald West has returned from a trip
to Salem and The Dalles.
II. H. Ingalls arrived on the Alliance
yesterday from Coos bay.
Fred Moore the Seaside merchant,
went rb Portland last night.
C. W. White the Warrenton merch
ant waa in the city yesterday.
1. W. Shafford Is down from Port
land registered at the Parker.
Mrs. Oeo. Ralston returns to her
home In Dundee this morning.
Senator Fulton was a passenger on
last night's train for Portland.
Tltii Vhy Leahy and brother Joe are
at Elk Creek on Tim's ranch this week.
A. Bremner of the Bremner Logging
company, went to Portland last night.
O. D. Drain and C. M. St. John of
Portland are guests at the Parker
Captain Olson of the tug Astorlan
was a passenger up on the Alliance yes
terday. ' '
Ed Solomon is down from Portland.
Hugh McCormlck the Wise rancher Is
In the city.: t
W. Richards came down from Rain
ier last night and Is going to Deep
F. T. Relm and wife arrived over yes
terday from Fort 8tevens and will go
to Portland today.
Mrs. W. H. Chapln b expected to ar
rive from Portland today to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Marrs for a few days
11. Rlohter and W. Oebrlch came ov
er from the west slde yesterday and
are in the city enroute for Saldren's log
ging camp where they have accepted
C. J. McNitt auditor of the Oregon
Short Line, and F. W. Gardiner, both
of Salt Lake City, went over "to Ilwaco
and Fort Canby yesterday and return
ed on the Nahcotta.
Alfred Anderson, formerly of this city
returned last evening to Rainier where
he is head sawyer In one of the mills
there. Mr. Anderson has been visit
ing here and In Seaside. "
Dr. Joe W.Welch of Sllverton arriv
ed in the city yesterday morning. He
has been In ooor health for some time,
so Is taking a vacation from profes
sional duties and will spend a month
with relatives In this city.
- At Institute
Lemonade to be served by the young
ladles Tuesday night at the dime mus-sec.
LARGEST SHIP IN THE WORLD
The new steamer Cerdlc recently built
Is the largest and probably the strong
est vessel of Its kind ever built. When
she recently set sail from Liverpool for
New York a large crowd saw her start
on her first long Journey. There Is al
to 5 large crowd of people throughout
our country who are daily witnesses to
the fact that Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters positively cures ptomach, liver and
kldny -.-omplalnts, because It cured
them. It will do as much for you too,
if you will onty glvs It a trial. It pos
itively cures headache, belching, nua
sea. indigestion, dyspepsia, biliousness,
nervousness, insomnia, and malaria, fe
ver and ague. Be sure try it at once.
The genuine Is for sale oy all druggists
and generil dealers. Don t accept any
Ten cents a "grab" Tuesday night. A
new up-to-date grab bag.
If you use Grain-0 In place of
coffee you will enjoy It just as
much for it tastes the lame ; yet, it
is like food to the system, dis
tributing ths full substance of the
pure grain with every drop.
. TRY IT TCDAY.
AtgnoMSTSiywherst ltasadMapsr ssaksg.
Rainy Day Excursion to Old Fort
Clatsop By the Birch
City Pastors Occupy the Evening
Session With Highly Inter
The morning session opened with the
singing of "Duke Street," led by Pres
ident Ifessler. Editor Jones of the Ore
gon Teacher Monthly was Introduced
to the Institute and presented the mer
its of that most excellent and worthy
publication, which shiuld be read by
every ttsu ntr and parent In the state.
Mr. Jotws had on exhibition a One din-
play of artists' and educational aids,
which are supplied to schools by his
institution In Sa'em and took many ord
ers for them and the Monthly.
President Ressler continued his ex
cellent elucidation of the ' subject
"MthJds," most attractive an4 valu
able to the profession, but somewhat
obstruce to the laity. Superintendent
Ackerman spoke on "Consolidation of
School'' dwelling particularly upoii
the necessity of letting down the bars
with which custom hss environed the
graded school, that teachers must ov
ercome conservatism snd merge all ef
fort Into the one Idea of expansion of
the Individual, and fail into the line of
modern research and thought.
.Ths symposium of thought, bearing
particularly on the Question of grade
work and reviews, and participated in
by Miss Alice Gray and Professors W.
A. Round and A. X. Cleveland, with
a summarisation by Professor Acker
man, was a feature of the Institute.
"To review or not to review," on the
pupil's entrance Into a new grade, was
the vital question In Professor Cleve
land's excellent paper, which ably sus
tained a negative position, giving the
best pedagogical reasons for the stand.
After setting forth his case with au
thorities and argument, the professor
draws, these conclusions, which are of
interest to many school patrons, who
are sometimes perplexed or vexed with
the extensive reviews their children
are sometimes required to make:
"Set reviews, upon the result of which
depends further progress are of doubt
ful value. They are of benefit chiefly
as a means of presenting a subject or a
division of a subject in Its entirety.
"Details are learned and mastered
by constant dally review. Set reviews
follow naturally the completion of a
division and In most schools are given
at that time. If they accomplish their I
purpose then they are unnecessary
again at the beginning of the new term.
But someone says "pupils forget" Cer
tainly they do, but will It. help them
to pour Into their minds the work of a
grade or more Intwo or three weeks?
Knowledge Is not taken In and retained
In lumps In such a way that what fol
lows can be joined on to the existing"
mass. Facts and principles are re
tained for practical purposes as a re
suit of frequent association, and not
aa the result of filling the mind with
them In a brief space of time. Such a
process as the latter assures retention
for but a short time.
"The Idea of progress is an ever pres
ent stimulus to the pupil. He feels
that he Is advancing; he enjoys meet
ing the new and he feels a satisfaction
in overcoming the difficulties of each
forward step. It is true he feels a
pleasure In meeting what he has pre
viously learned old friends as It were.
But to be forced to go over the work
previously learned, to his satisfaction,
at least, Is a different matter. A lack
of Interest Is the result and several re
petitions of periods of Indifference on
the part of the pupil result in the for
mation ct the habit of Itstlessness so
hard to overcome.
"I would conclude, then, that the
method of reviewing the work of each
grade before taking up the work of the
next is not based on sound pedagogy,
because It is unnecessary, since the
same result can be accomplished by
means of daily review and set reviews
during the term and at Its close; be
cause It falls to accomplish Its avowed
purpose, namely, to give the child a
complete mastery of the work previous
to the new grade, since it is based on
the unwarranted assumption that mas
tery of details constitutes a mastery
of principles; because Us moral effect
Is to take away the stimulus of con
tinuous progress and substitute the in
terest destroying) backward movement
of drill by rote."
THE EVENING SESSION, v
Five of the city pastors took part in
the evening exercises, which were very
profitable. Rev. L. J. Trumbull op
ened with prayer and Rev. Harold
Oberg delivered a salutatory address,
followed by Rer Henry Marcotte whose
address on "The Moral Tendencies of
Education," was an uplift to the hear
ers. .He advanced the thought of life
on high levels, with an extended horlson
and the value of living In and helping
to create a oure atmosphere. Said he:
, "All greatesfart is moral and no man
can be a great artist unless he Is con-
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Everybody knows of the celebrated
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worn by the wealthiest and most fash'
ionable ladies the world over. Uero
is satisfaction in wearing them.
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The equal of our asortment of new and delicate edibles foV the
table cannot be equalled elsewhere. Jellies and Preserves In
Glass, Lang's Fruit Catsup, S-methlng nejr, Norwegian Knucke
Bread, Fancy Cookies and Cakes, Paradise Soda Cracker Biscuits,
Pilot Bread, etc. '
FOARD a STOKES CO.
Astoria - Ore.
(Continued on Page 4.)
IRON BRDfl SOUNDHAItD
But they are the most sanitary, convenient and cheapest An (Zf
bedsteads you can use. We now sell them as low as .... p3J
We have a suprlus of our spring Carpets;, Linoleums and
Mattings. To reduce stock we will sell at prices which all can afford.
Best qualities and styles. Buy quk-kly.
H.fH.lZAPF The Housefurnisher
030-031 COMMERCIAL STREET
The Best Restaurant f
RefularMea!s, 25 Cents .
Sonday Dinners a Specialty
Everything- the Market Affords
Palace Catering Company f
Bring Your Orders to the
Everything for the House. '. . v. ;
S New Store at 504-506 Bond Street .
HO T E U P O RTLAND
J The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
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