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ASTORIA. OREGON, SiJNDAY, MAY 31, 1903.
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Nabisco. Wafers in Bulk m
, "ft -:
;. 60 cents a pound
All flavors.- Very delicious.
ROSS, HIGGINS . CO.
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v , the price on straw bate
Hats I or light colored felt bU II
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Light Soft Hals w
Light Stiff Hats ? BeiDg oWtoewi
All Straw Hats ,bMeioJ,Io'ri,r' 15
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REDUCED H8ht f , ;
titr felt bita m well u
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" FJ ontllitawhm.
JL KOW, t tb begining
of the Knmoo when you
. Per Cent. ""h"ui '
, C56 Reliable Clothier and Hatter
HavlriK Mourcd the service of a flrvt
!( upholntrr w are now prepared
to attend to all our order promptly.
The boat work at the least coat li our
motto. Chaa. Hellborn Bon.
Maot Ma.At Ilonra
Grays river full cream cheese war-
rantedjhe best en the coast. Depot and
. sole agency at No 417 Bond street, Bond
Street market. Wholesale and retail.
Established 1876. '. ! : , Established 1876.
; - NOW THAT ; : !
HOUSE CtEANING TIME
Is' at its height we desire to call your
i attention to our line of , .
RUGS, CARPETS, MATTINGS
-:r AND LINOLEUMS.
WE CAN SURELY PLEASE YOU.
CIVE'.US A TRIAL.
CHARLES HEILB0RN S SON
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ii7nly"," , .
Wednesday . .
Thursday . ,
Frl.my ,. .
Saturday U .
HUNIMY . .
Monday. . . .
'fUMiluf , .
Rhubarb See Johnson Bros.
Jell-0 the delicious dessert, sold by
Mrs. Edward Helntse, S73 Franklin
avenue, wishes mualo pupils. Begin
ners only Bvcepted. Special attention
J to fingering and time. ' "
Itoslyn coal lasts longer, is cleaner
! and makes less trouble with stoves
i and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market. - George W. Sanborn,
I agent. Telephone . 1311, . 4.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon, physician
and surgeon, has offices over Griffin's
book store, rooms 7 and I. Office hours
10 to 12 a. m. and 1:80 to B p. m. , Of
flee phone MaH 14 tl, Residence phone
time alto, l vrr Jrlt in the aanltarlum
at Portland. . '
W.CUInhop returned from Wee t port
last einlng. ... , , , .
Dan FeeJey an old time A tori boy.
If vlalUn In the city.
Mine Laura Hartiifcm waa here from
Warrenton yeeterday, ' . .
Donald lioea o( Portland la visiting
hit partnta In thla city.
A. Dawson and wife of Bklpanon were
In the city yesterday evening. ,
Mrs. Sabine and daughter Ethel were
here from Warrenton yesterday.
ludore F. J. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor
returned lart evening from Portland.
W, A. Crane v ho altted the Cof-
fi- club 'juestlon In Astoria a short
Win Croeby arrived from Portland
yesterday to remain over Sunday visit
ing old friends.
Mr. and Mra; F. H, Hwadon of Port
land went ;o Umf tx-ach yesterday,
where they will remain In their ootUge
for a few days.' ,
t:. M. Cuthblrth the paint manufac
turer spent yesterday In Portland.,
Mrs, J. W., Welch returned from
Portland last evening. '
Fred Holt and Jasper Peterson re-
malned here yesterday visiting with old
friends and weot to Portland m the ev
ening to Join their steamer, the Geo.
W. Elder. .:
TlrltUh Vk e-Consul P. L. Cherry re
turned last evening from San Francisco
where he he has spent several weeks
In auit of health. Mr. Cherry says
he feels Improved, but that the prevail
Ing weather In the bay city has been
very raw, clojdy and dinagreeaDie.
MUST PAT IN FULL,
In the state circuit court at Portland
Judge Fraser has rendered a decision
favorabl for plaintiff In the case or
James W. Welch against C. w.
Shlvely and wife and M. J. Kinney.
This wus an action brought to recover
a balaace due on two promissory notea
executsd by the defendants toward a
fund created for the purpone of Insur
ing a right of way for tne Aior
Columbia River railway at the time tne
rand waa built to thla city. The de
tente set up the claim that the purpos
es for which the eubrfdy had been cre
ated hl been fulfilled without the ne-
eeenlty of paying the amounts still due
on their notes. Welch brought me
action on an aeslgntd claim.
Particularly rood exercises were giv
en by the Alderbrook school Friday af
ternoon In observance of Memorial day.
There were 40 vlritors present among
them being a delegation from the O.
A. R. and members of the woman s ne
lief Corps. Misa Mamie Clinton on be
half of the laat named organisation ad
dressed the school. Flags, bunting and
flowers decorated the room, profusely
and with taate. . Prof.Stupp and nis
two efficient aaelrtants Miss Lewis ana
mi.. rYVut deserve reat credit ior
the excellent program of eonga, drills,
recitations, etc., participate in py v
trained pupils. ' '
DEATH OF MRS. ?. L. PARKER.
Word waa received here late last
night from Seaside announcing the
death of Mrs. C. L. Parker. Mrs.
Parker formerly resided here out tne
family moved away about eigni year,
ago and since then have been either In
11,. n.t .,r In Portland. For the puft
five weeks Mr. Parker has been at Sea
side.. For the past year sne nas own
a suftVrer from consumption and the
end wis looked for. C. L. Parker is
the youngest brother, of H. B. ana
Freeman Parker of this city. Many
year ago he conducted ft grocery store
on Bond tr?et. but tor some time has
trt en retired from active business af
fairs. His wife waa a daughter of the
late Mrs. E!lzabethvMcaregor, and W.
F. McOwgor of thla city Is a brother.
She Is survived by a husband and four
...rhtei-a. three of whom are in the
..... ......miiii aohool. No arrange-
ments tor the funeral have beer, made
but It Is bellevsid the service will be
held here., with Interment in Green
wood, . I ;' .. .';
DEATH OF MRS. WRIGHT.
Mm? Robert C. Wright, daughter of
the late Judge J. H. D. Gray, died at
the home of her mother In thl, city at
12 o'clock laat night. Mr. Wright had
been a, sufferer for a year put, being
afflicted with a tomach trouble, and
the end wa expected. She had been
here since last Sunday night., Mr.
Wright is an attorney of Portland. He
will arrive Jown thla forenoon and un
til then the funeral arrangement will
pot be made, Mr. Wright waa Laura
Qenlvclvo Gray and was born In thl
city 28 year ago. Her education was
obtained In this city and for some time
previous to her marriage she taught la
the local school. Two year ago she
was married to Mr. Wright and since
then 'has made: her home In Portland.
Mrs. Wright did not suffer greatly dur
ing her Illness, and was conscious uutll
the last. . , . " -' .
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
The oomDlete furniture of five-room
flat la for al. Flat for rent. Best
central location. ' Apply at Artorlan
Weather Was Perfect And Vast
Growds Visited Gemetaries
Exercises Well Attended
Not less than $00 people visited the
cemeterie yesterday assisting In the
decoration of grave of the soldier dead
and paying tribute alto to the memory
of their own loved ones and to the mem
ory of deceased members of fraternal
organisations. The day waa perfect
and nothing occurrd to mar Its seren
ity. ' ... v .. , - .''
The steamers R.MIIer, Mayflower, Jor
dan and a large barge '.onv yed crowds
from the city to Greenwood, and many
went by buggies, '.a it luges end wagons
from all the surrounding country. A
considerable number also visited Oat
top and Ocean View cemeteries on the
west side. 5
The following communication ans
wers fo the manner In which the day
was observed by the patriotic orders:
Astoria. May 10 Editor As
' torlan: The grav?s of the following
Mimed comrad'? were , dec orated
today In Greenwool cemetery:
Comralts ltawllngs, Bfwar, El
lloU, Orubo. Plfer. Weylnnd Conk
and Osgood. Also the grave: of
Frank Bourgun of the Spanish
American war, by members of the
Cushlng pot. ladles of the O. A.
R. and the Woman's Relief Corps.
Thomas Dealey. Adjutant.
The Grand Army of the Repub
llo takea thla opportunity to ex
press Its warmest npprocUtlon of
the patriotism of the teachers and
pupils of the public schools of the
city and the Sisters convent school,
for the rand program given i nd so
ably rendered at Foard and Ptokea
hall this afternoon; and to the Hon.
Oeo. NoUnd for his ahle address.
Thomas Dealey, -
, H. , Schemeckuu,
. A. D. Craig,' ,' '.
Com. on Program.
All but two of the soldiers' graves
are properly marked with neat monu
ment! furnished by the government
and all are neatly cared for by the poet
They were the most beantiruiiy oeco
rated gravea in the cemetery yesterday.
Concomly tribe I. O. R. M. held ser
vices over the graves In Its plot In Green
wood. The address waa delivered .by
C. E. Foater. A handsome monu
ment was unveiled at the grave of Mrs.
Katherine Feeley by the Women of
Woodcraft with the services of the rit
ual of the order. Other organltations
also were represented In the honors
paid to the dead.
SERVICES AT THE HALL
Th. nomnrial exercises at Foard
Stokes hall began yesterday afternoon
at 2:30 and conttnuea uniu .vv.
The hall wax well filled children parti
cularly being In evidence. ine pro
gram was largely made up of the pro
grams rendered during the week by
the pupil of the various schools.
Amone- the selections by the smaller
children the fairy exercise by a number
of gtrls of Mis Oleson room, i
Clure, may be mentioned a being ex
tra fine. The speaker of the day was
Hon. George Noland and he delivered
a JO-mlnute address full of patriotism
In the course of which he pal" glowing
tributes to the brave men to whose
memory the day la set apart. An or
chestra of six pieces delighted the
large audience with several selections.
The exercises of the ' day concluded
with' the national anthem. "America."
in which the audience Joined with
strength and feeling.
4 4 .
' ASTORIA vs FT. STEVENS
4 A. F. C. Ground 2:30 P.M.
Admission 25 cents,
4 4 4 4
Astoria Is now fairly supplied with
Aidvill show. The "Crystal", ft"
the "Unlquo" opened up last evening
nn commercial street and played to
saA hmiaea. The Unique has apent
considerable money in fitting up an at
tractive place which is to be runner
Improved with a very necessary venu-
ioiw nrrnmrement. One ' gentleman
foihtad last nla-ht and had to De earriea
to the air. Over 500 people were in tne
room durin gthe evening, rendering tne
.Mn.nh.rt verv close. The programs
are all that could be expected tor 10
cents,; , : . '
The steamer Lurllno went down to
Deademona sand laat evening to de
iiva. a number of men and horses and
seining outfit brought from Washougal
tor the Packer' association.
MOUE BASEBALL TODAT-
A return same of ball will be played
with the soldier of Fort Stevens this
afternoon on the ball grounds. . The
gam will be called at ?: o'clock. The
last game was won by Astoria, which
was played on the grounds at the post
three weeks ago Carriages will leave
the corner of Eleventh and Commercial
street to accommodate those who pre
fer that sort of traveling. Following to
the lineup of the locals':
First base Husk.
Second base Stockton.
Left fleld-R. Trulllnger.
Win Crosby, who made a rcoutatkm
for the old A. F. C. ball team, will be
on the field ana wm proaaoiy
the Astorians, ' - '
During the past two day the run oft
salmon baa been slightly improved. A
number of boats brought In from 400
to 500 pounds each. They do not aver
age quite a large as was the case a
few days ago, but are of finer quality.
Warmer weather now apparently com
mencing Is expected to make a very ma
iruii increase In the run. The canner
ies ve ahead of the pack of last year
at this date and the cold storages have
far in execs of that amount.
YESTERDAT S BASEBALL.
Th result of yesterday" ' baseball
game was disastrous for the high
n-hool boys by the unusual score of tl
to 4. The university team won easily,
nr.A t nn time durlnar the contest was
the outcome In' doubt. It I generally
rknowleded that the only thing need
edby the Astoria baseball player l
avatematlc field practice, and that prob
ably more than anything else, account
for the poor showing put up by the Aa
lnrlans in yesterday s game. There
were undoubtedly good players on the
field but the boys have permitted them
aelvea to eet somewhat rusty. They In
tend to get together and do some whole
some work, after which a return matcn
may be arranged.
A man carrying an overload of Dec
oration day booxe. In attempting to
walk the trestle :.ear Fourteenth street
yesterday, was not able to keep the
track and fell Into the river. When
lshed out by men from steamer Mil
er ht was1 a wetter and soberer man.
We have made extensive preparations
for your want In clothing, and we are
now ready to show you the best aud
moat stylish models. Good weara
ahle fabrics In neat patterns and best
workmanship. We are sole agents for
the celebrated Stein-Bloch clothing
Suite from $12.50 to 125.
S. Danilger & Co.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given, that at a
meeting of the Carpenters' union of As
toria, held Saturday evening. May 23,
1903, a resolution was' unanimously
adopted, providing, that on and after
September 1, 1903, the wages shall he
$3 per day", and eight hour shall con
stitute a day' work. This will not af
fect contracts made prior to that date,
or uncompleted buildings.
By order of the union.
F. E. Wright, President,
T. E. Souden, Secretary.
Wil OPEN EVENINGS
To accommodate the many who de
sire to see the beautiful pictures dis
played by the Library association in
the Masonlo building on Ninth and
Commercial street, the ladles have de
cided to or-en the room from t to I In
the afternoon and from 7 to 8 in the ev
ening. An admtaclon of 10 cents I
charged, which applle on any purchase
made. The picture are well worth
By married man with 12 years experi
ence In general merchandise business .
First daaa salesman and bookkeeper.
Speaks Finnish and English languages.
Good reference. Write or call on A.
Kallunkl, 13S3 Franklin avenue, As
toria, Ore. i
Cheap Fuel .
Fir alabwood, stove legths, 13.50 per
cord. Boxwood $1.60 per large load.
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, the trans
Ice cream at
Tagg candy store.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
i This question arises In the family
every day. Lef. us answer it to-day. Try
delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling water and set to
tool "Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. locta.
SAVE THE PENNIES
, Tbey r th tuft" DoDar are ml ot '.i
. Toucan wveboth 1 " ' 1
PENNIES AND DOLLARS
by maitlng your pa rebate where you get th noel -'
rain for your money.' ' '
WE ARE LEADERS
in fashion, stylet, and low price in everything from kerchief
, to a S100 tailor-made uit :
Notice these valuesi
Bleached muslin ( 5c yd
Unbleacbed muslin 5c yd
6 spools thread 25c
Double width sheeting 1 9c yd
Fast black hose 10c pr
6c lace for , 3c yd
6 rolls toilet paper for 25c
&fye A. DUNBAR CO.
Do You Lille
FROM $12 UPWARDS
Handsome Eastern Hardwood '
With and without mirrors.
Call and see these Housekeepers' Friends. Just what you need .
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
6304i COMMERCIAL STREET .
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. n , r .Bring Your Oiden to. the. f , ; x
FURNITURE" EMPORIUM ;
: Everything for the House. . ; .
New Store 'at 504-506 Bond Street ,
HOTEL , PO R TLA IN D
The Finest HoteK In the Northwest
PORTLAND, - - OREGON
Of New Zealand
VV. P. THOMAS, Mgr.5an Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast ovei twenty-two years.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO, Agents, Astoria, Ore.
Lead pencils ' 6c oz
1 bottle black ink Sc
5-cent tablets for ' 4c
1 can talcum powder , , 19c
1 box toilet soap 10c
1 bar castile soap ,, 20c .
1 bottle Eubifbam ' 1 , .Wo '
Look over oar list of recent arrivals
You will surely see what you want.
Eyssens Celebrated Dutch
Martin's Eastern Cream
Gillamook Cream ,
. Young America
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Refular Meats. 35 Ceats . . ,
1 Sunday Dinners a Specialty v
tverythlnf tne Market Affords
Palace Catering Company f