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ASTORIA. OREGON. FRIDAY,' 'JUNE 19 1S03.
Our Tea and Coffee U handled right,
tastes right, looKs right, bought right,
sold right and IS right.
Tea from 15 cents to $1.00. Coffee
11 cents to 40 cents
Remember we have Chase and San
. born's Boston Roast Coffee,
RO&S, HIGGINiS & CO.
j Hnturday TTT
' MUMMY .
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TO MY FRIENDS
Desiring to secure for the
OF GOOD GOODS
For my Customers, I have
gone East for a month.
I roipectfully invite your patron
age during my absence, aaauring
you that you will Ixj treated
courteously and honorably ,
not only because I insist
v. uponjuuch treatment on
the part of my sale,
men, but because
I know them to
be. naturally (
Honoet and Glvil.
Air. Duncan Ferguson, ... ,
Mr. I). W. Springs, .
Mr. Cliaa. MoEwan,
' Mid my son, Leo Wiae ,
will feel honored to have you call
and I hliall appreciate your support.
Ufa Reliable Clothier and Hatter
Opposite Palace Restaurant
Jttshtrmsiu Dlxl Queen, In lt-oa.
4alls, 40 wnt. P. A. Trutllnger.
Meet Me At lloeller'a
...mi. iwn . it..jv. ' IX. .iuvni
431 Commercial street, about your elec
No coal ; equala the Rock Spring,
Wyoming, coal. New ihlpment Just In
Bond In your orders.'
Mr. Ramnuiann will do up lace cur
tain to your Mtlafactlon. Leave ord
er at the Oregon bakery.
Tou will alway find the beat 15c
moBl In the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant, No. Ill Commercial street,
Roslyn coat last longer, i cleaner
and, make lea trouble with stove
and chimney flue than any other coal
on the marked Oeorge W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1111.
' A good workman, uatng good muter
la!, make a good Job and eave much
nnnoyaVe. , You specially need the
best In plumbing, ga fitting, heating
appliances and tlnworkv Call on John
A. Montgomery, 425 Uond street and
avoid trouble.'-'Phone 1081. .
Still In The Lead
years we have been
Leaders in the
Our Large Stock
comprises the best
All our furniture is
Arst class and yet
you can buy, of us as
cheaply as else
where. Try It.
Astoria Aids -
Over One Thousand Dollars Con
tributed In A Day To Relief
Fund For Heppner. .
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
The following telegram waa
4 nnt ye-iterduy: "Mayor Prank
Ollllmn, Heppner, Oregon. We
tire fnllng you by teli-grai
through the bank, one thnumnd
4 and elghty-twven ' dollar. jf 4
4 thla ii mount the Porevter don-
ate fifty, and the Ragle fifty. 4
J. W, Hupreimnt, Mayor. . 4
Amorlu'a rwione to the appeal from
Heppm-r generou and Immediate.
The committee appointed by the mayor
went to work eariy yeeterday morning-,
and after a day of hard work they re
ported with the lodge contribution of
150 each- from the Foreater of America,
and the Kogle. a total of 1,(W7. Mayor
Huprenant at once ent a telegram to
Hppmr announcing the amount coJ
N t-d, that the authority at Hepp
ner would know what they might
raunt upon. A ttra lint will be open
today at Trulllng!-1 for the benefit
of any that may have been overlooked
yeaterday, It la probable that the
amount will be raited by at leaat an
The M. P. O. Elk tent a contribu
tion of $100 direct to Heppner, while
the KnUht of Pythla voted 125 to
the 'fund, the Bar Pilot contributed
j:5. and the men at the A. A C. R rail
way depot made up 111.
The fjuaker Doctor contributed tS
In caah and today will turn over the
receipt of the oap eale of last evening.
The ladle of Charity lodge. Degree
of Honor will give a social on Saturday
evening to raise fund for the dla
treeeed member of the order at Hepp
ine i leaver lodge, I. O. O. F., at a
meeting laat night, made a donation of
$25 to the fund.
An entertainment I being arranged
to take plwe about the middle of next
week In the opera nous, when the Al
len stock company and the vaudeville
artltta that ure now In town will unite
In a benefit performance, the use of
the opera houee having been granted
by Munager Sellg. Indication are that
this will net a considerable sum, so
that the totiil oontrlbutkm from As
toria will be an Important Item In the
Mayor Buprenant last night express
ed his thank to the committee for the
untiring way In which the member
ad worked, and to the cltlsens In gen
ertil for their generousity. as well an
to the two lodges mentioned, for their
An example of the good Tvork done
yesieruny oy me sun-committees was
the amount collected by Chief of police
HalUx k and P. A. Trulllngeri These
gentlemen reported 1232.50 after being
out three, hour In their allotted terrl.
tory. A part of thla amount waa col
lected after the 11.087 waa turned In.
the total will be considerably swelled
when final report are made today.
4, .jpfiveopx. itpsjion, i
ilr., . XViMayo fnt (ti Portland
kst night -
. O..J, Ttmma of Femhlll wa In the
Mr. J. C. imvls til In .the city from
John Tnfi bridge!;
ii. H. Wilson of Knappton waa in
the city yesterday.
T f, T. Cattrell of the Iieroy mine, ha
returned to Itohemls. s
Howell Lewi ami perry THu cam
In fron Fernhlll yesterday.
Itev. J. K. Hawkins wa in the city
from Clatskanle yesterday. ,
N, P Callender and wife returned to
their Portland home last night
Mrs. O. Wlngate returned to Port
land lost night after a brief visit In
th city. ' ,- - :
Dl k Haldermani recorder and police
Judge of Warrenton, visited the city
Ct H. Drown returned to Portland
lust night after spending the dy In
the city In the Interest of a loggers'
furnishing establishment .
Louis C'ordes. tbe well-known driver
of the chemical engine, ha obtained a
few day lay off. During" bl absence
from the city John Corno will do bl
work. ' ' ' - y '-'
Mrs. Charles Pleron, accompanied
by Mses Agd and Annie Olsen. left
Inat everting for Mt. Vernon, Wh.
Mis Agda Olsen will remain perma
nently there, and the other ladies con
tinue away during the rest of the sum
TO AID DISTRESSED.
The lailea of Charity lodge, Degree
of Honor, will give an Ice cream nodal
at Workmen' hull, Saturday evening,
June 20, for the purpose of raising
fund to asMlst their distressed brofhers
and sisters at Heppner. All Workmen
and their families are Invited to be
present and assist In the good work.
BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTER.
Who ha not read Longfellow' beau
tiful story of "The Courtship of Jlfle
Htan'dlshr All who have, not rea4 tt
should read It at once, and with those
who have already, r-ad It not fall to
see and . hear that bewitching little
opera 'rrifcmar wnerein ine siory oi
love vemu friendship Is so graphical
ly and charmingly told In song and
story. For weeks the best local talent
ha been hard at work rehearsing and
preparing to give the music lover of
Astoria the greatest treat In the way
of light opera they 9ve ever had. Vtt
der the leadership of Mr. J. T. Ross,
the musical part cannot fall of suc
cess, and under the stage management
of 1, C. Swope, the costume and
stage effect fill not fait to meet the
requirements of the most artistic.
. CAPTURED AT DEEP- K1VEIU
Sheriff LlnvUle Arrents Alleged For-
,",;, a' 1" Igng Camp..:';'
After a long chase Sheriff Llnviile
yesterday arrested J. K. Whit in a
Deep Klver logging camp and brought
htm to the oounty Jail, f where he I
held on a charge of forgery, '
White 1 the man that victimized
four saloons here with worries check
purporting to be signed by C, C. Mas-
ten, and he admit hi guilt, although'
at first be was Inclined to deny knowl
edge of the offense. White had been
working In Masten's camp for a time,
before passing the checks, ( and when
he went to Deep River changed hi
name to John Clark. He 1 quite a
tough looking character, and may have
been In Jail before, from his appear
snce. . . '....'..'...',.
COMPANION IS CUSTODY.
Charles Finn was brought down
from Maygers lost night by Officer
Phillips and lodged in the c!ty Jail. He
wa wanted In connection with the
charge of forgery lodged against J. K.
White. Finn made a clean breast of
the whole matter tion reaching this
city. He said the check were passed
by bim and that White made them out
GREAT C. E. CONVENTION.
The twenty-first International bien
nial convention of -. the . Society of
Christian Endeavor Is to be held at
Denver, July 1-13. and iu probably
excel all that have gone before. Every
preparation ha been made for comfort
of visitors, and tter will be ample
accommodation for alt The head quar
ters for rhe Oregon delegate will be
the Second Congregational church. East
Thirty-first and Downing avenues.
Our c Cream I
delicious and pure
15c a pinL.
. ARE ELEGANTLY APPOINTED
The opening of the Palace Russian
and Turkish baths by T. R. Davis is
an evidencs of enterprise that will not
fall to bring results. The premises at
53 Commercial street have been fitted
up in such a manner that the name
selected I In no sense a misnomer. Ev
ery comfort and luxury that experience
can provide has a place In the Palace
baths, and the manner In which they
are fitted up Is certainly unsurpassed
by any In the state. Mr. Davie Is to
be congratulated on the completion of
the work, and on his success in pro
viding such elegant baths for the peo
ple of Astoria.
NONSl'IT IS ASKED .
FOR BY PLAINTIFF
Jnmea Flynn's Wltnesse Not Ablo to
lio Present, So He Requests -DIs-"
missal of Case. ' ;
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At the request of the plaintiff, a non
suit win granted by Jurge McBrlde In
the case of James Flynn ugnlnst the
A. & C. R. railway yeatesday, and the
case was dismissed. Flynn brought
actlou to recover 140.000 damages for
Injuries received thrnuirli' being run
down by one of the company'5s loco
motive, but his principal witnesses
were not able to be present at this
time, so a non-suit was asked for rath
er, than proceed to trial without rhem.
Another action will be Instituted la
ter. '. ":
The case of Charlotte Grlmberg
against the, Columbia River Packers'
association waa set'" for July 11 The
plaintiff In this action .seek to re
cover $5000 damage for the death of
her husband who was killed by a full
from aloft In one of the company's ves
sel. V, l ,f.t,
A. T. Brakkl waa granted a divorce
from Clara Brakkl, and LUzle Lopak
ka waa granted a divorce from Peter
Lopakka, the latter case going by de
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As
torlon, 11.00 a year, , . .
he died From injuries. -
The death of Captain William P.
Dillon, whkihr occurred In Portland
the Brat part of this week, resulted
from internal Injuries received white
his steamer, the Fannie, was lying at
Hanler Sunday. The falling of a der
rick aoro'M an abandoned wharf, which
Captain Dillon was crowing, struck
him. At the time he did not suffer
greatly, but he became worse after
reaching his home, and he died the
nex; evenlrg. He Is survived by his
wife and n son, 14 year of age.
COULDN'T REMEMBER IT.
"I don't remember anything about it.
but If you say so. I guess It's right,"
v r.s the reply of v; Maskom when
charged In the justice court yesterday
with assaulting John Ross. The trou
ble arose In the Sunnyslde saloon on
Wednesday night Maskom making an
entirely unprovoked attack upon Ross
and knocking him down.
Judge Goodman Imposed a fine of 110,
which wa paid by Maskom and he left
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION.
At last night' meeting of the team
sters' union the proposal pf the labor
council to fittingly observe Labor day
was taken up. It was the unanimous
wish of the union that a good cele
bration be had and the member will
do all, In their power to help make tt a
success. . '
The excursion committee reported that
everything pointed to a large crowd
going to Olney next Sunday. ,
Nice, ripe bananas, 25c do.
& Stoke Co.
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As
tortan, 11.00 year, t-
-,; MARINE ITEMS.
The tug Wallowa took the French
bark Duquesne to sea. yesterday.
The Western Transportation company
has purchased half Interest In the
steamers Grey Fagle and City of Eu
gene, which will be continued on the
The four-masted barkentine Chehslis
arrived in yesterday to load lumber.
The tug Rescue brought In the barge
Santa Paula yesterday wiih a cargo
of California oil.
The steam schooner Sequoia left yes
terday for Seattle under her own steamJ
The damage caused by striking the
bar at Tillamook will be repaired on
Captain E. W. Spencer is preparing
his steamer, the Charles It. Spencer,
for a record-breaking trip from Port
land'to Astoria next week. He believes
he owns rhe fastest steemer on the riv
er, and war.ta to put It to the test The
time is taken from leaving the steel
bridge 4o making fast at a dock here,
and the best time hitherto made was
4 hours, 2-K minutes by the Hassalo.
The German bark Alternixe Is In the
harbor ready for sea. She ha a load
of piles for China.
The ship Mylomene, w-frich brought
three thousand tons of coal for Victoria
from Cardiff, and has been lying Idle
since discharging her cargo, was char
tered yesterday by the Canadian Paci
fic railway through a Vancouver ship
ping firm, for novel purpose. The
Mylomene is to be towed to Vancouver
to be used for a floating warehouse,
for, owing to the large Imports of Jap
anese coal, a a result of the strike
at the Vancouver Island coa mines,
the tdrage for coal at' Vancouver has
been all requisitioned. WitJh the freight
market In Us normal condlton the char
ter at a ship such us the Mylomene tor
the purpose for , which the veel has
been Becured, ' would be much more
coi.tly than, at '.present. If Indeed, the
price the owner! would have then de
manded ilwid not been prohibitive, but
with the fleets of "Idle shtpa on the
coast, owing to the low rate and the
poor outlook, tlhe owners of the Mylo
mene no doubt look on the character
tor the novel purpose above stated, as
finding 'money, for otherwise It was
the Intention' to tie up the vessel to
await an Increase.
TILLAMOOK'S TRADE BRISK. ;
The Tillamook Dairy men's associa
tion has sold 100,000 pounds of cheese
to a San Francisco firm. The deal wa
consumated ,by wire, and the goods
must be delivered by August 14.
The. Indications ore that there will be
a very , heavy crop of potatoes this
year. The Tillamook Driving associa
tion has elected the following board of
director: Claude Thayer, F, R. Beals,
C. B. Hadley, Billy Stephen and Hen
ry Crenahaw.; ,
Ufic A..DUNBAR CO.
In Linen and DucK
Navy Light Blue,
White and Tan col
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Prices, $1.5o to $3.5o
For outing wear. Cor
rect shapes and well
- made. just what
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: you need, and
SO VERY CHEAP
(Direct From Germany.)
Blue and White
The ware that wears. Costs a trifle
more than granite, but its the
best ware made. Lasts for
( - years. Call and see
ALL SIZES TO SELECT FROM.
FOARD & STOKES CO.
Astoria ... Ore.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By buying our
DRY GOODS, SHOES, RUBBER
And Oil Goods, Groceries, Cured
Meats, Flour, and Feed. ,
V. H. COFFEY
Corner Eleventh and Bond.
HO FOR THE BEACH
Better Tatte a Wall Tent
Costs You Only $5.00
. Hardwood frame camp stools 25 cents
Complete outfits, stoves, dishes, tinware, etc.
. H. H. ZAPE .The Housefurnisher.
fkttMm COMMKKCIAL STKEET
The Best Restaurant I
. 'r'., - ;:;: v f
Reentar MeIs. 25 Cents '
: j, . . Snndiy Dinners a Specialty f
a ; Everytblnsr the Market Affords
Palace Catering Company!
All Kind of Bfattreaiea
Made to Order
Furniture. Stoves, Tinware, Hosse Furcis!:ss.
Second-band Goods Bougfet And Soli.
:.. Wi Buy AH ttnd huX.
4S BONO STREET, ASTORIA. OREGON. '