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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1903)
ASTORIA. OREGON, TUESDAY. JUNE 22, 100.1.
Calimyra Flgs,'2oc the pound package
Raspderries, first of season, 15c box
The celebrated Magoon Strawberries
fresh every morning.
ROSS. HIGGINS & CO.
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IF YOU PLEASE
Uefor Mr. Wlae left for th eaaiern
mrkt he told u to how lilm what
could do In hi abwme. k
In onto thtrrfor to inaka good
howlng His undraltnffd lg to an
nounce that 4hvy wilt mak pxtraordl
iinry effort to pleoae all eurtoiner
who may honor u with a cull. ,
Wo r vfry reapwtfully.
CHAR. MEW AN.
Tbe "Get There" Clothier
Opposite Palncc Rentnnrant,
Flhrmen: Dlxla Queen, In 16-oa.
pall, 40 cents, P. A. Trulllnger.
HNt Mm At Ilonpr
Interview Trulllnger ft Hardety,
433 Commercial street, about your elec
No coal equal the Rock Spring,
Wyoming, ' coal. New ahlpment Just In
Send In your order. " '
Mr, naamuaaen will do up lace cur
tain to your satisfaction. Leave ord
er at the Oregon bakery.
Tou will always -And the best lac
meal In the city at the Rising Bun re-
i taurant. No. 611 Commercial street.
Roslyn coal last longer, I cleaner
and makes In trouble with stoves
and chimney flue than any other coal
on the market! George W, Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
A good workman, using good mater
ials, make a good Job and save much
annoyance. Tou epeclally need the
best In plumbing, gas fitting, heating
appliance and tlnwork. Call on John
A. Montgomery. 425 Bond treet, and
avoid trouble. Phone 10S1. ' x
Still In The Lead
years we have been
Leaders in the
U Furniture Trade
Our Large Stock
, 1 . i M . ........ .
comprises the best
All our furniture is
first class and yet
you can buy of us as
cheaply as else-!
where. Try it.
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Money For Heppner Keeps Com
ing In Great Vaudeville Per
Astoria's fund for the Hoppner suf
ferer fontlnuf to mount steadily up
turn!, and 111 ' undfiubtedly reach
l.'iXiO. whfn the funds from the opera
noun benefit that Is to b given to
morrow afternoon are received. Mayrr
Huprenntit hus prepared a list of ull
the subscriber up to Huturday night,
und all othur will be Included, after
the jrf'jrmanre tomorrow. '
The following letter hus been re
telved ty the tnnyor from Mayor Oll
ll.nn of Heppner under dute of June 19:
"We have retried the generous con
tribution 10M).70. made by your citi
zen for the relief of the aufferlng peo
ple of Heppner, I'lease accept and
convey to the people of Astoria our sin
ter thunk for their kind remembrance
of us In this our time of need and dis
tress. Your contribution ha been
placed In the hands of the executive
committee and will be used by them
for the purposes for which It was
A telet-raphlc subscription of 320 was
received yesterday from Herman Wise.
Prepartlon for the vaudeville enter
tulntuent to be given at 1 P. M. tomor
row In the opera house have been com
pleted. Manager ftellg will direct the
performance, while Mayor Huprenant,
who haa been untiring In the work of
the relief committee, will have charge
.of the finances. Manager Huger of the
I'olque theater hns allowed his per
formers to tuke part, a have the Quak
er doctor, and several well-known lo
cal people will also assist. Tbe pro
gram Is unusually good and will consist
of selections by the Columbia orches
Ira and the Allen company band, vau
devllle turns by the different comedi
an, a sparring exhibition, specialties
by Vernn Feltop and member of the
Allen compuny, a olo by Mrs. J. T.
Ross, and the first act of "A Black
Heifer" by the Allen company.
The complete list of subscriber to
the' fund I a follow:
A. K. Petersen. 31: John Sateen, 11;
Miller aV Bon, 12: D. M. Baker, 32 50;
O. W. Hume, 120; Van Dusen ft Co., 15;
Frank Spittle. 12.60; W. 1 Robb. 15;
Co-operative Cannery, 126; A. Enberg,
11; J. T. N. C 11; 8. C. Turner.
11: R. C. F. Astbury, 60c; C. W. Ful
ton. 120; Ed Foster, 13; Cash. 11; CasA.
13; 1. h, Klein. 11; H. B. T.f 11; J.
Hansen, III Finnish Temperance Socie
ty, 115; W. O. W1., lilSi K. O. T. Mac
cabees 125; M. W. A., 125! 1. O. O. F..
126; Concomly Tribe. Red Men, M; S
A. Clarke, 12.50; W. II. Barker. 110; P.
L. Barker. 110; 8. C. Chandler, 11;
C. W. Cnrnahan, 11: O.. Zelgler, 50c;
F. W. Gardner, 11: W. J. Binder, 11;
Ed. Bculley, 12; C. E. Runyon, 15;
J. O. Clinton. 15; Judge T. A. McBrlde,
11.50; Win. Chance, 11; Allen ft Bon, 11
Central Drug Store, 11; John Pentella,
60c; Oregon Bakery, II; Dr. Eates, II
Henry Sherman, 11.60; Jesse Fong, 75c;
A. R. Cyrus. 11; Rev. Henry Marcotte,
II; Cash. 25c; Chas. Rogers, 13; Lee
Herring, 12.50; John Hahn, 15; Alex.
Tagg, 12.50; Cash, 12.60; Wm. C. A.
Pohl. 12.50; Mr. Tlsdale, 60c; & C. Jef
fers, 11; O. F. Morton. II; Mrs. O.
F. Morton. II; Miss Warren, 50c; Dr.
Kinney. II; A. V. Alien. 15; Q. C. Ful
ton. 120; J. Seymour, 11; W. 3. Sculley,
11; R. T. Brookings, 50c; J. Ellsworth,
II; A. Lake, 35; E. Z. Ferguson, 17.50;
Mrs. Swope, 110: S. Danalger ft Co.,
5; H. M. Branaford, 15; J. H. Man-
sell, 12; Columbia River Packers As-
soclntlon, 120; R. H, Coffey. 11; Flavel
estate. 150: Wm. A. Johnson, 12.50;
Dr. Pllklngton, 12.50; Alex. Palo. 11;
Clma. Salme, 50c; P. Schlstad, 15; Ah
Dogg, 12.60; A. Linguist, 12.50; San-
bcrn-Cuttlng Co., 120; O. W. Sanborn.
110; C. J. Trenehiird, 15; Frank J. Tay
lor. 110: R. Thomas, 2; L. H. Sprauer,
11 ; Schmidt Co.. 120; R. M. Leathers,
12; Astoria. Iron- Works 20; P. L.
Cherry. 15: Astoria Savings Bank, 120;
Frank Patton, i0; E. C, Holden, 12.50;
W. A. Ooodln, 15; Cash, 60c; First Na
tional Bank, 120; 8. S. Gordon, 110;
Cash, It; Mrs. Q. C. McRoberts. 3;
Cash. 11; Astoria National Bank, 120;
Arthur Qrlnberg, 11; J. B, Hlggins, 3;
C. R. Hlggins. 1: Mrs. Leyde. 13; Hen-
ry Dlsse, 12; Mayor Smith, 35; Hayes
Eastabrook, 11; Quaker Doctors, soap
sale, 14.25; C. O. Palmberg, 2.50; Sal
mon Worker' Union, 10; Gabriel Kar
wonen, 15: J. H. Mansell, additional.
IS; John Chltwood, 2; Sons of Her
man, 325: Wm. Bock, 5; Tallant-Grant
Packing Co., 126; Otto Duftner, 35;
Marine Eng. Ben. Assn., No, 70, 125;
Granville Reed, 35; victor Llndbeck,
.; C. H. Brown 12; P. A. Trulllnger,
12; The Forrest, 11; J, Anderson, 11;
William Wroten, 11; A. T. Brakke. 11;
Mr. Skltxor. II; Mr. Alopeoa, 11; Lin-
denberger Bros., 120; II. G, Smith, II;
Victor Carlson, II; Frank Cooper, 15;
C. L. Morchlne, II; Francisco, 15; H.
Ranane, 11: New Popular Restaurant,
11.50; Chat. Ross, II; Mr.. Baker, 11;
C. W. Anderson, 11.50; Cha. Hendrlck-
Krigslrom, K:. Cy Jones., II; William
Anderson, 12.60; James Gardiner, 12.50:
F. Mays, $5f Will Wefuind, 1; Sam
Hendrlckm 12.60;'' Mrs. Juarvl. li; N.
P. lntw vm, II; John Harris, 13; John
Nelinl, 50c.;E.-W. Tallapt,41; Thca.
Chrlstl ?n?n, 12;' Jotm Gustavson, 11 j
Harry Boklar, li; Mrs. N. Oallene, 1;
Miss Maud Morrison, 110; Chas. Jewett,
II; O. P. Moore, II; Mansen ft Tyberg.
13; Wm. Offerman, 15; P, A. Peterson,
12.50; Walter Melody, 12; tou In Kln-
kHa, 11; 'Hit Kue, II; Wah Hlng John,
15; Qusng On Thung. 12; Mu Gin John,
12; T. Wlgman, 11; T. F. Lausaun. II;
Hong Yek Co.. 12; Chief Hallock, 12;
Owing Chung 12.50; Dock Lung Co., 32;
Yee On, 12; Ark Wo, 12; Hop Ylk. 5;
ricafeldt Workella. 15; Sun Yuen
Lung Co.. 52; P. J. McGoman, 15; John
Blue, II; MrILtuthmutt, 2; Theo.
Brac kr. 12.50: W. E. Dement. II: N.
Clinton. Sr., 12; W, A. Stine, 11: Quak
er Doctors. 35; Otto Mhkelson, 12;
v;ha. Callender, 12; P. Peterson, 15; H.
Maxell 15: Andre Peterson, 11.50; C.
Carlson. II; J. M. Offrie, 2; Fred
Howe", 11; John Larwn, 1; P. Dour-
ell, t; Hope Clayton, 110; John Steph
enson, 12.50; Saw E. Harris, $20; Eman
uel Swenson ft Bro.. 12; Andrew Young,
12; Albert Tboinpaon, II; J. W. Supre
nant, 15; Wm..Refeldt, II: J. N. OriN
fin, li: Chrltenen ft Co., 12.50; A. O.
Srxarth, II; Petersorf ft Brown 11.M;
A. J. KHJoun''. Ki'! Pr- T- L- Ba"'
$2; O.. W. Smith 50c: L. Htrsch, $2;
J. Straus, 50c; J. A. Fastabend, 1150
Wm. Mattlaon. II; A. Chesener.a, II;
John Chase, 11; John Stern, 60c; Wm
Kelly. II: P. A. Stokes, 12.50; Mr. Ek-
strom. $1: Dr. J. A. Fulton. 12.50;
Swan Wilson. 12; Chas. Olsen, 11.50;
11; Dr. Logan. 12: D. Sbanahan. 12.50;
Louithery ft Johnson, 12-50; P. Lawler.
Jame Robinson. II; Chas. Heilborn ft
Co.. 12: Frank Hart, 11; Denck ft Glas
er, 1!; E. Harris. 50c; Wato Sing, 11;
O. M. Okamoto, 11.50; Otto Plank, 11;
Mr. Zaph. 50c; Th. Josephsen 50c; Ed.
OConnor. 60c; P. N. Kearney. II;
8andla B-r Hall. 11; Chas. Larsen,
II; John Nlcolal. II; Mr. Schenerbeck
er, $1; Mr. Shaw II; L. Larsen. 11;
Martin Franclwovlth, II; Prael ft
Cook. 12.50; Sam Oallallch. 11; L. Oh
ler. 5c: Mr. Lauren; 50c; Mr. Noble.
:.ftc; Central Hotel. 13; George Nelson.
..rn. i... nnllnn. 12.50: W. M.
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Smith, 60c; Mr. Jeldness, II: Thos Pet
erson. 60c: Foard ft Stokes, 15; Bell ft
Co., 11; J. UUlnger, II; American Tea
Co., 11: N. Solussei. 11; J. E. Gratke,
12.50; AB"r! Electric Co., 15; J. W.
Conn. 11; Palace Baths. 11; Herman
Wise, IS; Mr. Joh.ison. II; 8. 8. Smith,
K.W. C. H. Cooper. 12.60; Mill Res
taurant, $2.50; Thoa Dolg, 12.50; Jens
Hansen. 11; Max Skibbe, 15; S. A. Glm
re, 1; Ott? Carlson. 12.50; John Plck,-
crneil, 11; Johnson Bros 12; Hanrisorf
lb; Fisher Bros., IS; Joslah West, 15;
Ross. Hlggins ft Co., 10; Frank Wood-
field. 11; Adam ft Herrlgan. 12; Olof
Andcrion, 12.60; Max Morgan, 11;
Roentgen, 12; Hoefler, 2; Palace Res
taurant. 12.501 Mr. Fltsgerald. 60c; F
M. Blala-lell, 1; Oerding ft Fry, 12
Kseles. 150: A. DunbttF. "C.M; Bar Pi-
Iota. 125; R. V. Jones, IS; tlfltsop Mill
Co., 15: W. F. McGregor, 15; M. Bh.
15; Harrison Allen, 15; Schofleld ft
Hauke. 110; J. G. Megler, 110; H. D
Thing, $10; North Pacific Brewing Co,
120; Dan Cummlngs, S5c; Otto A. Har
old, 60c P. Paysky. 50; Cash. 60c;. F.
N. Connor. 50c: M. C. Leahy, 50c; S.
Fake. 50c; L. G. Porter, 60o; R. L.
Earle. II: A. G. Sandstrom. 50; Cash,
50c; Joe Fnke. 50c;. Geo. Wold. 50c; J.
Thompson. 50c; N. Webster, 60c; C.
Losner. 150c; N. Carnahan, 11; L. A.
Mansur. 11; H. Jones, II; J. H. Johan-
son. II; M. G. Franetovlch, 11: W. H.
Bury. 11: Ed. Wallon, II: C. M. Van
Buren. II: It. Olaae. II; S. L. Strauss.
11- A. Touchey, 11; Nucfer ft Steiner.
II; W. Nyberg. 1; Erlck Manulla, $1;
Wisconsin Restaurant, $1.6): D. Mala
aamba. $2;; H. F. Prael, 12.50; H. D.
Gray. 12-50; F. Barker 12.50; F. M.
Kettler, 12; W. Lindake, 12; A. Booth
i Co.. 15.,. V j ;, .. , v ' :. .
Delegates to Federation Of Wo-
mens Clubs Warmly Receiv- '
ed By Local Members.
Their cheerfulness unaffected by the
drlixWngJ rain that was falling the
Portland train entered the. depot last
night, many delegate to th meeting
of the Oregon Federation of Women's
club climbed down to the wst plat
form to be warmly welcomed by the
txmta of tbe occasion.
Nearly one hundred delegates will be
present this morning when tbe first
ssslon Is called to order in the Odd Fel-
lows hall at 9 o'clock, and everything
Is In readiness for the transaction of
business, the executive board having
met at the residence of the Federa?
tlon secretary, Mrs. M. H. Elmore, last
The hall has been beautifully draped
with the Federation colors, red, white
and blue, and with- the colors of the
local club, purple and white. Flower
have been used with such profusion
that the room I bower of fcvellness.
A gorgwous bunch of Iris, tbe flower of
the Astoria Woman club, ornaments
the desk of the recording secretary,
and the rose for which the city Is fa
mous add to the scheme of decoration.
The program for today Is a follows:
Meeting of credential committee, 9
A. M. '
Call to order.
Invocation. Lord' prayer.
Address- oft welcome. Mrs. S. Elmore.
Response for Federation, Mrs. Louisa
Report of credential committee; roll
call of delegate; report of officer.
Education, Mrs. John Halley, Jr.
Domestic Science, Dr. Mae Card well.
Library. Mr. E. P. Marshall.
Announcements; Introduction of visi
Call to order. 1:30 P. M. .
Civics. Mrs. Julia Marquam.
Oregon History. Mrs. Robert Miller.
Reports of club; report. of committee
on revision of constitution; adjourn
ment.' '" - -
Reception, Odd Fellow' building, t
P. M. .
WANTS ALL THREE KINDS
Chicago Attorney Anxious for More
Oregon Trout Fishing.
Oregon' fame a a Aiming state has
gone forth far and wide, "witness a let
ter received yesterday by Master Fish
Warden Van Dusen from Graham H.
Harris, an attoney of 1018 Ashland
block; Chicago. , Mr. Harris Is desirous
of finding a place from which he can
enjoy fishing for rainbow, Shasta and
Dolly Varden trout, and Mr. Van Du
sen thinks that he can be accommodat
Mr. Harris say that he has fished
the Jefferson, Madison, Gallatin and
Snake rivers already, that toe can camp
out from four to six weeks, that he will
not fish with anything but a fly, and
he winds up with a touch of the CM
pioneer spirit; "I do not object to
hardship preferring camping to living
In a house. Indeed. I wish to get away
from the crowd, so anything, even a
dsy or so from the railroad, . ..-. win
FOR RENT, ......
Housekeeping, 1 large rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, gas and electric
light, water In, kitchen. Over Peter
DAY IS A "SMOOTH GUT'
Self-Styled Advance Agent for Ring
lings Can Talk a Fewt
A plausible talker Is Harry Day, who
Is. now locked up in the county jail,
thanks to the energy of Sheriff Lin
vllle, who caught his man at Cathlam
et Sunday. Day as the "advance agent
of RlngUngs' circus," succeeded in ob
taining 17.50 from a local merchant,
commission on a contract that he made
for supplies to the outfit when it should
arrive here. Thera is nothing ma!l
about the man, except his slse, for he
(ffett hard to make a contract with an
Astoria butcher for something like 300
pounds of Meat a day for the circus.
The butcher thought the quantity was
a little too big, and this made him sus
picious. Day talks of bringing only
half the show here. He said that there
was not enough ground for the whole
circus to camp, and then he confiden
tially told his listener that the peope
of this burg would not have sense
enough to know that they were seeing
no more than half of the "greatest
show in America."
Day is fastidious and likes nothing
but the best He stayed at the Occi
dental here, and acted as though he had
just bought oUt Morgan, Rockefeller,
and a few others.
It Is probable that the matter will be
settled without recourse to.the courts.
If Duy digs up the money he obtained
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises la the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling; ! no
taking! add boiling; water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. io eta.
STILL IN THE LEAD -Dainty
eaters, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they desire and some-
to appreciate at the Toke Point oyster
house. ; The choicest viands In the mar
ket are there served in most pleasing
style. Open all night, private rooms.
' Our' Ice Cream Is .
delicious and pure
15 a pint
For Ladies Only.
entitled to the best in styles, 'material
and workmanship that your ninety W
pay for. ; " ',
depend upon our dressmaking depart
ment to glv you the best there -Is. Wa
have a corps of competent modistes,
whose Huty and pleasure It Is to please.
save time, worry and money by having
your garments made by a responsible
firm whose' reputation is behind: it
agreements and whott equipment Is
thorough and first-class tw, the best
service. . - '' '"'.';'.'' ''. " , .
" not think of going elsewhere 'to pur-
- chase either high-class suits or cheap
er grades, when there is an Institution
in your bom city which can give you
" the best that money can buy, and at as
low a price. Let u give you figure.
The Path Of Satisfaction Leads To
Sfie A. DUNBAR CO.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
By baying oar
DRY GOODS, SHOES, RUBBER
And Oil Goods, Groceries Cured
' Meats, Flour, and Feed."
V. Ii. COFFEY
Corner Eleventh and Bond.
Combination Desll Booll Cases
A choice line at $5 to $18.
Unusual bargains in fine willow oak and leather upholstered rockere
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
I0M( COMMERCIAL STREET 5
(Direct From Germany.) ' j
Qsadrnple Coated j.
Blue arid White 1
The ware that wears. Costs a trifle
more than granite, but its the
f best ware made. Lasts for I
' years. Call' and see i . "
the' Stock, v; .
ALL SIZES TO SELECT FROM, j
FOAKJD (Sl STORES CO.
Astoria - , Ore.
The Best Eestaorant
" '' ' - ; ' ;
V . bIW Meals. 25 Cents t 'J
Sunday Dinners a Specialty - - V
EYerytnlnf the Market Affords .
Palace Catering Company
All Kind of .Mattresses
," Made to Order . . '
Upholstering ' I
Adams Q Henning'sen
.Dealers In .
Furflitore, Stoves, Tinware, Hoase; Furnishings.
Seconj-b3nl Goods Boogbt And Sold.
We Bny All Klndi of Junk. '
405 BOND STREET, ASTORIA. OREGON. , 'PHONE, RED 2305
on, 12; R. J Owens, 15; Johnson ft
son ft Brown' hoa store.