The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, June 02, 1903, Page 4, Image 4

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    ASTORIA, OREGON, . TU KSD AY, JUNK 2, 190:.
TIIE OLD RELIABLE
mi
Absolutely Purer
7HE IS 1Q SUBSTITUTE
BREVITIES
Today's Weather Western Oregon
" Shower.
Johnson Broi. Phone ttl Main.
The swellest shop in the city. SIX
artists at the Palase baths.
Fishermen: Dixie Queen, In lt-o.
pails. 4 cent. P. A. TruJUnger. ;-'
i, For Rent Three or four furnished
room for housekeeping. No. 1S5 Tenth
street.
New stock of fancy goods Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Basa&r. Call and see
the latest novelties from Japan.
, Tou will always find the best 15c
meal in the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant. No. 6U Commercial street
' Pure and wholesome ice-cream, IS e
' a pint. Delicious ice cream soda and
confectionery at Taggs candy store.
pit is folly to suffer from that horrl-
ble plague of the night, itching piles.
' Pom's Ointment cures quickly and
permanently. For sale by Charles
Rogers, druggist.
Baltimore 6k Ohio R. R.
r s ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
, . , , BETWEEN' -
CHICAGO E5 NEW YORK
J Via WA8HIXGTON, D. C. ,
Pinoat and Fastest series of trains in the world. Palatia
g coaches, Pullman Buffet Parlor
The Finest Dininz Car
Is operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, ; jj
m b. M. AUSTIN, General Pass-
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A STQ R I A
v Is Represented at Home and Abroad by the
DAILY MORNING AST0H1AN
A live, clean family paper. Price 60 cents per month
. by carrier or $6 per year by mail.' The only paper in
Astoria having Associated Press Telegraphic News.
SEMI-WEEKLY ASTORIAN
Published on Tuesdays and Fridays,, It gives all the
local, county and telegrapic news and it costs only
$1 PER YEAR
POUNDBU A. D.I7IO
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
',f (' i . .' ; or LONDON
THE OLDEST PURELY FIRE OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
Caati Assets i - , 1 Sn.soo.ooot j
. 1 Cos Asssts In United tKatea, i.OiO.oas
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C. A. Henry & Co. General Agents
. 1 215 Ssasome Street' - Sa Praoclsco, Cal
- The steamer Columbia leaves out
this morning at : for San Francisco
The American barkentine Gleaner ar
rived in ytati yesterday evening. She
will load lumbr.
The steamer Sue H. Elmore will sail
for Tillamook bay points on Wednes
day, June i. at I a.m. ; .,',
The British ship Clan Mac Parlance
will leave up this morning for Portland
to load wheat for South Africa.
Frank Russell began operation on
his Desdemona sands seining grounds
yesterday, making four hauls. Only
about MX pounds of salmon were talten.
The schooner Jennie Stella arrived in
on Sundayanls discharging ballast at
Llndenbergers cold storage doca. pne
will load lumber at Carrollton, Wash.
Commencing next Sunday the steam
er Nahcotta will begin her regular sum
mer schedule, making round trips to Il
waco each day of the week, connecting
with the train for North beach points.
Olympic cake and pastry flour makes
a richer, more tender and more deli
cate cake than any other flour on the
market. We guarantee rt to please you
Johnson Bros.
A good workman, using good mater
ials, makes a good Job and saves much
annoyance. Tou especially need the
best In plumbing, gaa fitting, beating
appliances and tinwork. Call on John
A. Montgomery, 425, Bond street, and
avoid trouble. . Phone 1031. .
DELATED GOODS ARRIVED.
We have Just received a large ship
ment of muslin underwear which was
delayed six weeks intransit. These are
new and handsome goods, but they will
be sacrificed at our retlrlng-from-biisl-
ness sale prices for they should have
been here and disposed of long ago.
This is a chance to get choice garments
at sacrifice prices. Call early and get
your choice. See our window display.
Our sale Is approaching its end and
prices are way down below bedrock.
D. SHANAHAN.
and Drawing Room -Cars.
Service in the World
Agt - - Chicago, 111
J
Mrs. Rasmussen will Jo up lace cur
tains to youy satisfaction. Leave ord
ert at the Oreaen bakery. ' ;
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Try one cartoon sett-raising Olympic
pancake flour. It is guaranteed to
please you. Johnson Bros.
Now is the time to have your turn-
lture upholstered. W can do It tor
vou. Let us g-tv you prices on work.
Don't forget that we guarantee all our
work. Chas. Hellborn St Son.
Contractor Pslmberg Is completing an
addition to the summer house of V. F .
McOregor at Sea.-4de whkh makes of
it a vsry handsome amt commodious
residence.
The athool children of Wurrentun
have begun to enjoy their holidays, la
Fi May tHng the last day of the term.
Prof. Round was in the city yesterday
and In the evening left for Portland
where ho will probably remain during
the summer.
The lighthouse engineer's steamer
Geo. H. Mendell came down from
Brooklield and Prairie channel yester
day. In a short time the Mendell will
begin aWvnth's work on the bar, mak
ing extensive soundings from which
new charts will be drawn for the use
of navigators and as a guide for dredg
ing operations if the dredge Grant
manages to arrive on the scene in time
to work this season.
WEDDING BELLS.
A happy wedding took place In West
Astoria on Saturday evening the con
tracting parties being Capt. Harry Ol
son of the launch Independence and
Mrs. Ida Thompson, Re v. J. McCormac
officiating.
FUNERAL OF MRS. WRIGHT.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Laura
G. Wrght will be held this afternoon
from Grace Episcopal church. Friends
will gather at the home at 1 o'clock and
at 1:30 the church service will be held.
At 2 p. m. a steamer wUI leave Flavel's
dock for Greenwood where the last rites
will be privately conducted. Mrs.
Wright's winning disposition had.ln the
many years spent here, endeared her
to a wide circle of friends, who were
overcome with sorrow by her early
death.
THEY PLATED TAG.
The North Pacific Brewery baseball
ttam Intended to play ball at Ilwaco
Punday but Instead pjayed leap frog,
tag and other light diversions on Snnd
Island. -The boys' started for II Waco
all right, but the launch became dis
abled while in mid river and went no
further for the time being. The pasHlng
of i flsh boat saved the young men
from total inactivity, transferring them
to the Island. In the evening thelaunch
was able to move and so the interrupt
ed trip was resumed. When Ilwaco
was reached everyone was either go
ing or had gone to bed, so it was im
possible to ,-jive the game by the light
of the moon, even if anybody wanted to
and anybody didn't. ' At 3 a. m. yes
terday morning the baseballlsts left Il
waco for home, all of them highly gratl
fled because the Ilwaco team hadn't
beaten them.
ears
Pretty boxes and odors
are used to sell such
soaps, as no one would
touch if he saw them un
disguised. Beware of a
soap that depends on
something outside of it.
Pears', the finest soap
in the world is scented or
not as you wish ; and the
money is in the merchan
dise, not in the box.
Established over too years. ,
1 seie tiny Csptulet superioi
to Baisam or yopaiDs v
Cubebs or Injections andurn
CURE IH 48 HOURSU""
th tarns disease with.
cut Inconvsnisnc. - "
Srltt Mr oil !rurieittt.
Regular Meeting
Of City Council
City Dads Turn Out Small Grist
Improvements Of The Streets
: ' Will Continue.
In the absence of Mayor Suprvmtnt
Councilman Jens H. Hanson presided
ut the regular meeting of the city fath
er lust evening. The mayor la at St.
Martin's springs, ner the Casrud',
serkllt heutth,
The following bills were ordered
pnld;
G. W. Sanborn .... 119.00
Aslorlan". 10
Frank Hart S.S5
C. K. Johnson .. .. .. 28.75
Astoria Box" Co TJ.W
Clatsop Mill Co .i .. .. S.S
Atwlft Electric Co ..S3S.TS
Ft ye Gerdlng Co .W
A. V. Allen 0
Jens Hanson 103.78
Adolph'Johmon ti. 00
P. Olmre ..
Q. O. Palmberg, city
coolhouse ,'.174.00
Pay roll street supt for
May HO. 00
Pay roll city surveyor
for May .. 4.00
Th Cla'fMjp Mill Co, on a bill of
HS4.30 for lumlier for sidewalk on Scow
hay wis allowed $125.
Police Judge Anderson reported the
lines and forfeitures for May to be
13. Total receipts of his office J3S7.S0,
A resolution Introduced by Council
man Nords'roin was adopted directing
the committee on ways and means' to
call for bids to be presented at the next
regular meeting codifying and publish
ing the city charter and' ordinances,
which have not been codirled since 1S9,
since which time a new charter has
been obtained and may ordinances en
acted. The committee on streets reported
the drain In Forty-fourth street to be
In a bad condition, recommending re
pairs and the construction of a sewer
City Surveyor Tee was Instructed to In
vestigate. The purchasing committee was In
structed to wire concerning the non
appearance of the roller ordered for use
on macadam streets to try to rush the
delivery, as the etreeta are torn up and
almost impassable and cannot be fin
ished without It. 4
A bill of sale was filed conveying to
the city the title to sewer pipe put In on
First street by Chas. E. Johnson.
On the petition of property owners
for the Improvement of Franklin ave
nue from Scholfield A Haucke's store
to Alderbrook the committee reported
recommending that the city surveyor
investigate the proposition and report
n to the ability of the district "to af
ford the Improvement. Also that plans
nnd specifications be prepared to en
able the Introduction of a resolution
for the improvement at the next meet
ing. It Is desired that the street be
built of macadam if considered feas-,
able.
The commute on fire and water re
ported having turned in to the city
j?H the reAilt of the sale of the old
teams of No. 1 fire company for $75,
nnd of No. 2 for $175.
Applications for retail liquor licenses
were received from Swan Wilson, Lee
Herring and Johnston & Loughery.
Liquor licenses were granted to Hen
ry Dlsse, Mansort & Tyberg and R. J.
Owens.
Chairman Burns of the street com
mittee stated that it had been Intended
to present a resolution for the improve
ment of Exchange street from Four
teenth street to Seventeenth, but that
objections had been made by propertx
owners to making the Improvement on
the established grade which makes the
south side of the street higher than the
north side. It was suggested by the
city surveyor that the difficulty be oyer
-come by building the street level trans
versely, except at and near the establish
ed crossings, which could be made to
conform with the established grade
RAINO
THE PURE V 1
. GRAIN COFFEE
The coffee habit Is quickly over
come by those who let Grain-O ,
take its place.': K properly made ')
it tastes like the best of coffee. No '
grain coffee compares with it in
flavor or heajthfulness.' ,
TRY IT TO-DAY. , I
At grocers srerywlMr; Uc sad Me, pw ptckigA
without changing the whole system of
grades In th district. Ths sums ap
plies to Franklin avenue. The council
adjourn! until Monday evening, June
i, at which t)m resolutions are to be
Introduced for the Improvement of both
streets on plana to be provided, and
which Will mll for lh use of cruind
stone and a few blocks of concrete side-
wulk.
A flAMR OF fU'Nfl.
Th game of btiselwll played Sunday
afternoon between the Fort Stevens
and Astoria teams resulted In victory
for thi latter by the score of IS to IS
The unuituU number of runs on both
side causd Interest In the game to
How at low ebb the contest settling
down to sort of merry-go-round, as !t
were. However, the snuill boys on the
outside of the fence stole all the wildly
butted balls they could lay their hands
on. so the occasion was not entirely de
void of entertainment.
With Itching, Burning, Scat;
Humours
Find Instant Relief and
Speedy Cure
In Gutlcura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment
When All Other Remedies and
the Best Physicians fail.
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
for skin-tortured babies and rest for
tired mothers In warm bath with
Cuticura Soap and gentle anolutlngt
with Cuticura Olutment, the great skin
aire, and purest of emollient, to be
followed in severe case by mild dose
of Cutluur Hesolvent i'ills. Till I
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturig,dUftKuring, Itching, burning,
bleedinK, scaly, crusted and pimply
kin and scalp humours, eczemas,
rashes and Irritations, with loss of
hair, of iufnot and children, as well ss
adults, and I lure to succeed when all
other remedies aud physician fall.
Million of the world's best cop1e
now use Cuticura Soap, axulnted by
Cuticura Ointment, for preserving,
purlfytufr. and beautifying the skin,
for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scalk'S
and dandrud, and the stopping of full
ing hair, for softening, whitening and
soothing reel, rough and tore hands, a
well a for all the purpose of the
toilet, bath and nursery. Thousands
of women unhesitatingly recommend
Cuticura Soap, la tho form of baths
for annoying Irritation, Inflammations
and chnAngs, or too free or offensive
perspiration, la the form of washes for
ulcerative weaknesses, and for many
sanative, autlseptio purposes which
readily auggest themselves. The sale
of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pill
I greater than the combined sale of the
world's product of other skin remedies.
Sold In every part of the world.
COAL TO III" UN.
No coal equals the nk Springs,
Wyoming, coal. Xew shipment ji.'t in
(send In your orders.
TO LADIES OF ASTOB1A.
All who wish their lace curtains done
up In up-to-date style will please leave
their orders with Mrs. Captain Parker,
corner Seventh St. and Grand Ave.
MAKES A CLEAjl SWEEP.
There's nothing hWjdoIng a thing
thoroughly. Of all the salves you ever
heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the
best. It sweeps away and cures burns,
sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers, skin
eruptions and piles. It's only 25c, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Charles Rogers, druggist.
EXCURSION RATES EAST VIA
OREAT N0RTH8UN RAILWAY
Chicago and return, $71. M.
8t. Louis and return, $7.S0.
Peoria and return $69.25
St, Paul and return 100.
Minneapolis and return $00.
Duluth and return $00.
Date of sale June 4 and S and 24 to
30. , .
July 15 and 16 and Augiist 25 to 26
Tickets irood 50 days.
For full information cnll on or ad
dress, H. D!ckson, city ticket agent, 122
Third street Portland, Ore.
Cowing & Cowing
, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Office Room 4, U. 8. Land Office Bids-
Practice In all the courts of the state
United tSates Lond Office Business a
BAB ES (IN
The Proof of the Pudding
is in the Eating
There I no ue in presenting ft long line of argument a to th
merit of our good. For pudding, pit, let erm, custard, Uw,
t&, you win find nothing can equal .
Economy Brand
. Evaporated Cream
r Thi Crwm I prepared specially for Ubi um and cooking
give eoftse ft rich, deliciou flavor which cannot be obtamtd by
using ordinary cream or th other brftnd. Thar ar many pro
ducer of Eportd Cream, but we produc ninety per cent of ftU
that is used in th world, which howt that nine-tenth of tha peopJa
hftv found our good to be th best St that you buy EviporaUd
Cream which bear our cap label reproduced herewith. It
it th cp of mrit-th
HELVETIA XILK COHDENSIHQ COMPACT,
Highland, Illinois.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By buying our
DRY GOODS, SHOES, RUBBER
And Oil Goods, Groceries. Cured
e Meats Flour, nnd Feed.
V. H. COFFEY
Corner Eleventh and Bond.
The Boston
KM t'OMMKKC'ML MTftKKT '
Best and Neatest Eating: House in Astoria
Try Our 25-Ccnt Dinners
i Prompt Attention
MARINOVICH
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CICaRS .
'. ' Suj-i'lits of all kinds at low?t nit?, for tMinm. i
Farmers him! Imt. !
A. Vs AlwaLQN Tenrh M QenweryUI Street).-
ii KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER j
Bottle Or In Ken
Prco City delivery
North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
EXPERT HORSESHOEING
' General Hlckinitliiiig, I?mt and CiuiiM-ry Work.
Sctiiiu for Higli Clan Work. Slum Corner of Fif
teenth and Duaiio Streets, near St. Mary' 'Hospital.'
HOLMES t$ 8E1BE RT
Phoue SMI.
Castings
W r prepared to make, them on
short notice and of th best materials.
Let us riv you estimate on any It kid
of castings or pattern work, Lowest,
price for first-class work.
. TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
TOBACCO cigars i
TURKISH PATROL for cigarettes. Fine. I
GOLD SHORE PLUG for the pipe. Unexcelled
UNION MADE UNION LABEL
Agent for the
Portland Safe & lock Co.
Call and see samples. ,y
?Two
P-
tign of hontt good.
)
Restaurant
High Class Chef
& BOSKOVICH , i
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IRON, STEEL,
BRASS
and BRONZE .
Scew Bay IrcaG !
Brass Works
Oor. 11th 4 Prsnkilii ei f
CJWe o yonr Order for " 5
Latest and Best Phono- J
grajili and grai)liophone
, records.
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'ATrumnfjer.