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ASTORIA. OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 21, m
Decorated Tea Pots
Wo Iihvo just rt'coivotl woine very nico stone decor
nteil tow pot. Wo iiIho have a nico lino of ' Nickel
1'ltitwl Tea and Oil Stove Kettles, Ten und Coflbo potn
Flour 8iftern, Wnuli Uoilers, etc. Our stock of
Kitclien Uteiinils Is complete.
OUR MOTTO: (iuod Goods and Satisfaction.
ROSS. HIGGINiS (Q. CO.
GROCERIES AND MEATS.
. . Local Brevities .
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iKUNDAT '".Tilt 1:04 1,4 'f: 41 1.0 HUNPAY . . . I 1:46 'l.'l 1:10 J.O
Monday . , , . go f.ti (. 1:61 1.1 Monday . . . . 20 fM 1.0 2:11 1.1
TunmUy . , .,2)10:14 4.0 :6S 1.4 Turadny . . ,. 21 4:05 0.4 1:40 1.4
Wrrtnenrfny , ,.mi:81 6.6 10:60 I.T Wadntwday . ..21 t:0K0.H 4:60 1.1
Thuraday . , .. ts 11:10 7.1 Thuraday . . . 23 (:6-0. 6:69 1.0
Thuraday . . .11.,, 11 : 49 I.I Friday 24 6:43 -0.9 6:62 1.7
Friday (4 1:08 7.1 Saturday . , . 26 7:29 -0.1 7:44 1.1
Haltinlay . , ,.5 0:40 I.I 1:60 7.1 HUNDAT . . . 2 1:11 -0.1 1:30 2.0
HUNDAT .,..!! l:o 1.9 1:11 1.1 Monday , , . . 27 1:64 -0.1 1:20 1.7
Maflday !7 1:19 1.6 1:14 1.4 Tuijaduy ', . ..21 1:14 0.110:16 1.4
Taoaday . . ..M 1:10 1.0 1:66 1.4 Wpdm-aday . ,.2jl0:20 0.9 11:12 1.1
Wadwadar . ..m 4:06 7.4 4:40 1.4 Thuraday . . . 30 11:04 l.l
Thuraday . . .gj 6:04 , 6:10 1.1' Friday 31 0:15 1.4
Friday IjTl 4:11 1.2 1:21 7.1 Friday . . . ..1111:69 1.1
Our friends on both sides
of the river,
You'll miss it if you don't!
Sports of all kinds
By clever Rind
Astoria's Hospitality is Proverbial,
Astoria's Leading Clothier is WISE.
Fit any Size
Fit any Tune
10 Total for Regat
ta Queen witn ft
worth or your
The neweat anj lateat In iHfarettea
Tall Malla; cork tlpi. at P. A. Trul.
linger'. Two atcraa.
Good girl wanted for general houae
orli. Small famHy. Apply at 135
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty aatera, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
part lea And what they desire and aome
to appreciate at the Toke Point oyater
thouee. The cholceat vlanda In the mar
ket are there aerved In moat pleasing
atyle. Open all night. Private room a.
Fir alabwood, atove legtha, 12.60 per!
cord. Boxwood $1.60 per large load,
Phone 1211 Black. ' Kelly, the trans
ror good, reliable piano work ae
your local tuner, Th. Frederlckaon,
!0U Uoud etrpe. Phone 2074 Red.
Interview Trulllnger & Haidcaty,
4S3 Commercial f treat,, about your elec
WEATHER FORECAST- Western
' )rcon-Ffldny, (air and warmer In the
aouth, partly cloudy with ahowera In
the north portion. ,
IiHKH Hl!4 NET C. A. Anderaon,
a north utiore tlehoririan, came to the
city ypNterdny. lo report the Urn of
"la net. The net became untied from
hid boat and drifted with the tide.
HAVH M'MNKXS IH OOOD-K. Os
burn, thi wholcmHlo commllnn deal
r, Im about aa chute to the bualneM)
men of Aittorla aa any oilier man, and
h ayn that the city la enjoying aplcn
ri biutim ir'wn-rlty He gunge
the bliHlnM(of the city by the bunlncaa
hf nlinwlf d-, nn he aells to the re'
Uilli-ra The hotul-nicn are enjoying
itl buHlnww too, and the rcHtauranta
are kf-iiltiK buay TWa la Aatorla'a
KAfiLIM ATTEND IN A BODY-
TIiIh la KhkUV night at the Unique
thruter. Mnnuger Al linger will re
iplvn the iK-He In atyle and the mln-nlrt-1
will give their entertaining ahow
with a platter'of frill and trlmmlnga
on the aid's not Included In the regular
program. The Eaglea take thia oppor
tunity to reciprocate a favor advanced
thorn by the manager and company In
connection with their social aeaalon
hint Hundty afternoon.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
TODAY The ftrt union Sunday
ach'wl p'cnlc ever held in Antorta will
occur toduy, 1n puplla, teachera and
t'caidcnt mlnUtera of every protectant
rtunday achool in .he city will Join In
an cM-urilon to Seaalde, leavng here
nt M and returning at S o'clock In the
evening. Seven coachee will be at
tached to the train for the une of the
excumlonbit All that la required to
liiKure a delightful time la plenty of
IN THE COUNTY COURT-Judge
Trenchard yeeterday appointed R. L.
Humphreys administrator of the eetate
f Mra R. L. Humphrey, who waa
committed to Che elate aaylum for the
Inline from thia county, Hla bond
wer fixed at 12,000. J. Q. A. Bowlby
waa appointed administrator of the
Mate of Charlea C. Sackett. who died
last February. Hla bonds are In the
ruin of l,00. Mux Young, O. T. Mor
ton, nd R. Van Duaen were appointed
ASTORIAN.S PAY TRIBUTE A
large congregation was attracted to
St. Mar)' church yecterday morning
to be present at the solemn requiem
high mass which waa sung for the re-
pose of ihe soul of the late pontiff.
Rev. Father Water pronounced a fit
ting eulogy on the great spiritual
ruler whose body now Ilea In atata at
Rome, In which he referred to the bril
liant career of the late pope a well a
hla humble life. The church will re
main In mourning Indefinitely.
MSASURMENTS OF NEW BOAT
.tohn McCue yaterday completed the
official measurement of the new bonts
at Leather's ship yard. These boat
represent n expenditure of at least
lit. 000 and though" compnratlvely
amall boats ar models of perfect con
struction. Except tot the machinery,
they are the product of Astoria, and
one of them will be equipped with boll
nr and engines Installed by the .Astoria
Iron Works. ' The . official measur
ment of each follow - United States
cuHtoma launch; length, 63.96; beam.
12 , de;ith, 6.8, . Capt. Reld's gaso
line launch: Length, 62.2; beam, 11.6;
rti'Pth, 4.2. Tongue Point Lumber Co'a
limiK'h Aurora: Length, 69.66; beam,
Ifur.; depth, .8. . The boat for the
Tc.iitfiti Point Lumber Co, represent
ii n outlay of about 612.000, and the eus
tonit launch wus contracted for at$10,.
NEW FE.VCINO ON ELEVENTH
Slowly but surely the defective por
tion of '.he city" thoroughfare tr
tx lng weeded out and the' defective
part renawed' with new plnnklng or
fuming. A noticeable improvement In
this regard la th sew fencing along
Eleventh, which when completed the
length of the street, particularly be
tween Exchange and Franklin streets
w(l be appreciated by parent.
Many little children make thl th-lr
dally rendevoua and In It preent
condition the fencing between thwe
n'reot I unsafe
"HUCKLE BERRY" HITIURD
The little boy of Henry Hubbard tray
ed away from home yetiterday after
noon, and a rumor spread that he had
fallen Into the river and b'-en drowned
The xcltd father got a l,oat and be
gan grappling for the bo!y, and Max
1'ohl, deputy coroner, wan summoned
to the c?ne. After about an hour'
search, to say nothing of the nervous
strain to which hi parent were sub'
Jyted, lh little fellow ca ne over the
hill with a pall of berrle mat he had
neked In the wood. He wat clasped
In the arm of hi delighted parents
ho iu-olded and careened him In the
REPAIRING FLAVEL'S DfCK-
Thc contribution of the Astoria, t
Columbia River. Railroad Co. to the re
gatta committee is one that is greatly
appreciated by ;he member, because
It also represent a permanent Improve
men: to the city. The company has a
force of men at work repairing Fla-
vel dock at the foot of Eleventh
atreet, driving new pile and renewing
the planking. The dock will be ready
in ample time for the committee to
place an order for the construction of
grand atand there for the regatta.
The street I also being repaired lead
Ing to the dock, so that the entire Im
provement will be substantial.
WHAT THE CITY OWNS-Whlle
Census Enumerator Kuykendall waa in
theclty recently.MayorSuprenant and
Auditor Anderson made an Inventory
of the city's possession In building
property and apparatus for hi conven
lence. Th result show that the city
haa In dead asset a total valuation
of 180.900, which itemized I: city hall J
land and buildings, $20,000; furniture
and property, 11,200. Police depart
ment Appliances 'and other property.
000. Fire department land and
(brick) building'," $24,200; appliance
and other pmpertrj $10,000. Parka and
garden land, and buildings. $3,000:
other property, $5,000. City hospital
(pest house) land and building, $500.
ERRATIC TIDES PREVAIL Fish
ermen" report erratic tldea yesterday.
und very little fish were brought In.
There waa some talk on the atreet that
representative of All the canneries
and cold storage plant on the river
had held a meeting In Astoria and
come to an agreement on a flat price
for fresh fish for the remainder of the
season. . Inquiry at the office of tne
largest -Tanneries and cold storage
plant elicited a denial of this. While
It max be true that a few of the small
er companies have mado mme such ar
rangement. It Is known positively that
no concerted action ha been taken.
Price have not changed at all, though
a levying of price would be greatly i
appreciated by the canner and cold
tt-ard to If."' While up north consider
able renovating and repair work, will
be done by the mechanl'- on board the
Columbine at the different stations
visited, and "aid to navigation" will
be placed wherever they will do good.
GAME OF THE SEASON-When
the Astoria and North Pacific brewery
baseball team meet on the sporting
diamond on Sunday It will be to con
test the star game of the season Both
toam have been hard rtt work prac
ticing all week, and every man ha
had the service of all the way from
one to half a dozen coache at hi dis
posal. As the boy my. "It will be for
blood" and the odd are about even
on the game The baseball season Is
rapidly nearlng a close, and there ;M
only be a few more game ere the pen
nant chaser' will box up their equip
ment and step down from the pedestal
of fame. It is understood that next
season an effort will be made to organ
ize a minor league In the state If this
Is dohe Astoria will be found at the
DItfTCRB PEACE OF SEASIDE
ComplaUHs have been, received from
Seaclde, and published In the Portland
papers, that the peace of that aristo
cratic little watering place ha been
disturbed by certain partlea, said to be
from Idaho, who have taken up rei
dence ihere foe the season The of'
feme charged agalrutt these people is
that the men folk persist in tying up
their horns on the sidewalk, ride up
and down .he aldewalk to the great
damage of the planking and also to the
Inconvenience of pedestrians, espec
tally ladles and children. They are al
o accuse-l or resenting any interfer
ence by remarking that "It- Is a priv
ate sidewalk" despite the fact that It
I on the street dedicated to the pub
lie It I rbmored that the men of Sea
side are about to rise up In their
wrath and teach the "mountain loaf
ers" a lemon In politeness.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY-Charle
Matson undertook to resent a remark
that he Immagined he heard A. E
Kuhthan make concerning him, and
the method he adopted wiaa so forceful
a to compel Mr. Kuhlman to invoke
the law' protection. It la said that
Hr. Matson pushed Mr. Kuhlman In a
violent manner, and the result waa a
warrant sworn out of Justice court for
the 'arrest of the alleged offender.
He waa arrested, arrigned for trial, en
tered a plea of not guilty, and the case
was set for hearing this afternoon at
2 o'clock. Matson haa been working
for Kuhlman, pulling his boat, and
was laid off a few days ago. He was
also paid up, but spent his money be
tore hla landlady got her share of it,
so the story goes. Then the landlady
wanted to hold Kuhlman responsible
for the bill, from wWch the argument
developed Into a warrant for arrest as
Still In The Lead
yearn 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.
MRS. BAKERS HEART PAJITY-
The home of Mra. E. M. Baker on the
occasion of her heart party Wednes
day afternoon, waa transformed into
a bower of loveliness by a profusion of
red roses, carnations and other cut
ilowufs. There, were 26 Invited guests
present to enjoy the hospitality of Mrs
Baker who proved herself an entertain
ing hostess. The decorations were par
tlcuiuiiy elaborate. The parlor was
dressed in red carnations and roses.
The back parlor was beautiful In white
while the hull in a garb of yellow and
a pink dining room added rare beauty
to the scene, Delicate refreshments
were served after the games. The
Indies who won at hearts , were Mrs.
Schlmpf, Mrs. Richardson, and Mrs.
Habersham. One of the features of
the afternoon waa a vocal solo by Mrs.
Frank Spittle. The guest were: Me,
dames Kuettner, Coolldge, Maddock,
A. M. Smith, H. C. Smith, Callaway,
E. Z. Ferguson, Sharpsteln,' James
Fox, Howes, Troyer. McFarland, Berg
man, Stanyan, West, Miller, Rlde
ha'gh, Spittle, SchJmpf, Richardson,
Habersham,. Reed, Pllklngton, Suther
land and Misses Staynyan and Bile.
ASTORIA WOMAN HONORED At
the election of officer of the grand
lodge D-gre of Honor, held at Port
land on Wednesday. Mr. Sarah Fest-
abend. of this city, was. honored by
election to the otfiie of rand Lady of
Honor. Report from the convention
city state that there was little rivalry
among the members for the- various
position, but the proceeding were
strictly harmonious. A little Incident
in connection with Mrs. Festabend's
ejection to the second highest office in I der of Red Men W the Oregon reser-
NO ACTION BY A. O. U. W.-A
telegram received from Portland last
night states that the grand lodge of
the A. O. U, W. has indefinitely post
poned action on the proposition submit
ted by the supreme lodge at Its session
hud in St. Paul last June to wipe out
the deficit of $29,999 845.00 which now
exists in the order. The method pro
posed waa to increase the rate of as
sessment of members .bove the age of
50 years. The Oregon grand lodge ts
in fine ahape, having 11,000 members
and a balance In its treasury. The ad
optton of the proposition outlined
would effect about 2,203 members In
the state. The failure of the Oregon
grand lodge to place Itself on record
in the matter precludes the possibility
of any action until the next .neeting
of the grand lodge, which will be held
In July 1904. The order Is now work
ing under the old classified assessment
plan adopted In 1897.
CORONER POHL A CANDIDATE
The great council of the Improved" Or
the order In the state of Oregon Is m
connection with her name, which is
German and translated means "Holi
day evening" the word "fest" meaning
holiday and "abend" evening. Wednes
day certainly was a holiday evening
in one sense for that gracious lady.
TRIP TO ALASKA The lighthouse
tender Colurnbtne, Capt. Charles Rich
ardson, reached port last night from
Portland, and will put to. sea today for
a trip to Alaska. At Port Townsend
she will take on a pilot, proceeding
thence to southeastern Alaska, matt
ing a stop at Juneau and from there
colng west to Sitka. Before leaving
here she will load coal and take on a
large fishing boat for one of the north
em stations. Supplies and lighthouse
material will UJ taken on at the Ton
gue Point buoy station. Six mechan
ics boarded the Columbine at Portland
CupU Richardson stated last night
that he expected to be back In Astoria
in time to entertain the queen of the re
gatta. MW did not expect to have a
long trip," he said, "but If the weather
t good you'll find us all on shore when
the royal procession goes by. . This is
one of thsjthtngs to make us hasten,
home, because we are all looking, for-'
vat Ion will meet at Oregon City next
Tuesday, and Coroner William Pohl,
great chief of records, will be a candi
date for the honor of representing the
Oregon reservation at the great coun
cil of the United States, which meets
ut Atlantic City In September. This
is Mr. Ponl's sixth year as greit chief
of records and he will relinquish that
office at the end of his term, becoming
past grand sachem of the order. He
will have the solid support of the Clat
sop county tribes behind him in his
candidacy for election as representa
tive to the great council. The delega
tes from the several county lodges who
have been chosen to attend the great
council of the state reservation follow:
Concomly tribe, No. 7, Astoria:" An
drew Birch, J. H. Hansen, C. E. Fos
ter, T. B. Loughrey, Charles Dahl-
strom, Mr. PoW and Dr. Henderson,
G. J. S., will also attend. Necarnle
tribe, No. 12, Hammond: Oeorge
Flatman, L. A. Van Fleet,' Wickiup
tribe, No. 21, Svensen: James Vinson,
Roland Masteru. Roy Wherry, great
g'ard of the wigwam, will also attend
from Hammond. Black Hawk tribe,
No. 25, Clifton: T. S. Weddell.
Thomas BUnde. '' Clatsop tribe, No. 28,
Seaside, A. E. Miller. ' , j
The Lowest Priced Store In Astoria For Fine Goods
VOTE AT DUNBAR'S .
With Every $1.00 Purchase
Every Astorian Should Boost the Regatta.
This Is One Way To Do It. 1
Voting For The Queen Must Move Faster. "
So We Offer You Inducements to Vote.
Ten Free Votes With Every Dollar Purchase,
i'"" We Pay For the. Votes.,
We propose always to be found in the lead. Nowhere else
in the city can go many new and desirable .features in Ladies'
Furnishings be seen. If it is late and stylish call for it at
- ( ; ..."
me A. DUNBAR CO.
Bargains in every department
for. Men, Women and Child
ren Bargains for everybody
at our store this week. S 7
f i.oo and fi.25 Kid Gloves at.
50c Wash Silks at ........... .
30c and S$c Corset Covers at .
50c Shirt Waists at...........
St. as Shirt Waists at .......... .". ....... . . . . .98
fj.ooand I1.25 Shirt Waists
ioc and 12c Lawns at......
75c Men's Negligee Shirts..
50c Men's Negligee Shirts . .
60c Men's Balbriggan Underwear ............ .45
So Ladies Vici Kid Shoes. . ...... .". ....... 1.95
la.So Men's Vici Kid Shoes 1.95
MORSE DEPT. STORE
The Place to Save Money
All Kinds of Mattreeaaa
, Mad to Order -
Upholstering . .
Adams S Henning'sen
'-'..' , Dealers In ,; -y
Fanitare. Stoves, Tinware, Hoase Furnishings.
Second-hand Goods Bought And Sold.
. Wt Bny All Kinds of Junk.
405 BOND STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON.
PHONE. RED 2305
Millions Wear Them
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE
Tim Tried and Proven Perfect
There are no shelf-worn or
out of date goods in our
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