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ASTORIA, OREGON, FI1IDAY, SEITEMBKR 25, IMM.
A GREAT MISTAKE
Turongh tome misunderstanding our hlpppr duplicated our order intl
wo find ourselves oTorjtrxiked on wine varieties o( fruit, In order to pre
vent blit Iom and to clean up tbe turplui itock we have mmle t big lsA in
prioo, tbi It tbe chance of a life thus end you can't And better oiler.
Fancy Craw ford F.mLm . , . . 6 So tbo boi
Fsnoy Mulf roaches ...7Bo tin bi
Grape from 1 0o to 0" th bvket
Tomatoes , .1350 tbe boi
Cell around end pick out what you want.
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THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER
CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS
The Cravenette Water-proof
Coat has its imitations like
all good things; "Aqua Proof
"Rain Proof," "Water Proof"
and a dozen other makes are
being sold as "just as good"
but like other imitations are
NOT quite as good.
I have just received a very
fine stock of the real, genuine
Water proof Coats, Stylishly
made, with or without belts.
More than ever the
Opposite Talacc Restaurant
Mirror Bathe are kept open on Sun
day lor baths. For flrat-claaa work in
the tonorlal line, call at tho Mirror
Hatha, tit Commercial street, Aatorla.
Oregon. ' e-17-tf
See Danslger' display of Boys' and
Youtha aulta and overcoat.
Boys' school aulta at Eanslgera.
Winter rain have no terror for those
that have C. H. Orkwita rerair thlr
Organ for sale cheap. Inquire at thli
Still In The Lead
years we have been
Leaders in the
'I Furniture Trade
Our Larg'e Stock
comprises the best
All our furniture is
first class and yet
you can buy of us as
cheaply as else
where. Try it.
Long Step In
Conviction of Sipola and Adams
Will Have a Deterrent Effect
on Youthful Wrongness.
First Class in Every Respect
Bar and Billiard Room ...
American and European Plan
Free Coach to the House
H. B, PARKER, Proprietor
E. P. PARKER, Manager.
Good Sample Rooms on Ground Floor tor Commercial Men
Hherlfl Llnvlll. left last night for Sa
lem having In charge John Wpola, un
der snlene for 10 year In the pen
itentiary; Frank Adam, under sen
tence of three year, and Arthur Freel,
under sentence of two year. E. H.
Btrumoyer and Otto Grarnm went
a ling a deputies. Sheriff Llnvllle
feel thatthe conviction of fcMpola and
Adam I a long step In tin right dlrec
tlon, and that It will hav the effect of
awakening some curies parent to the
necessity of keeping their children off
the street , S
The extent to which the cae have
arued sentiment I apparent from the
fact that the school authorities here
will not permit the girl Involved to
attend school. On of tbe children went
to achool on Monday, but wa jit
hnne, the principal holding that her
escapade made her an undesirable as
sociate for other children. Similar ac
tion would have been taken had the
other girl male application to enter
. The authorities are reported to have
other case of Ilka nature under In
vestigation, but, pending arrests, noth
ing will be givenout. It i understood
that dlsposlton of the case of the three
girl will be made next week.
"We will not atop with the convic
tion of these two men," said Sheriff
Llnvllle yesterday. "Whenever the
Improfier action of any boy or girl I
brought to our attention we will make
thorough Investigation, and arrests will
follow when they are justified. If the
parent do not take care of their child
ren, the authorities will. I mean ex
actly what I wy, and careless father
and mother may govern themselves
The county officials agree that much
ef the youthful vice I due primarily
to the merry-go-round that la brought
here every year. Justice Goodman
brunded the corner of Ninth and Bond
lrets, where the merry-go-round
hold forth, a a veritable hellhole of
vice, and District Attorney Allen and
Sheriff Llnvllle expressed themselves in
ta similar manner. The place is the
rendcxvoim for all orts of rough char
ai tern, who come in contact with girl
t t tender yeur. It 1 probable the city
authorities will be requested to refuse
licenses hereafter for merry-go-rounds.
I trie Attorney Allen prosecuted the
' case, and it wa gathered from hi
ttt nient that he Intended pushing It
In a vigorous manner, letter rert
gained circulation that Hooggin
meant to "Jurnb hla bonds," but the
truth of thl tory could not, of course,
Pretutnubly thl report reached Mr.
Llnderiii trger for he withdrew hla ure
ty yexttfrday and goeggin went to jail
In default of other bond. His attor
ney are John H. Bmlth and George
Noland, who have not announced what
step they purpose taking.
MISMATED COUPLES PARTED
WROTE HIS NAME 156 TIMES.,
Mayor uprenant yesterday attached
hi signature to the following ordln
unce, which were passed by the coun
cil at Its last meeting: Making addi
tional appropriation for the year 1903,
retMMiltna the license on pool tables
accepting the Improvement of Cedar
street, annronrlntlne $1850 for the im
proveinent of Fifty-first and Birch and
appropriating 46300 to pay for the ce
dar street Improvement. The ordin
ance carried a total of more than 115,-
000. Mayor Suprenant also had a long
sit go of warrant -sinning, and In all he
wrote hla namo 156 times. He was not
at all pleased with the ordinance re
pealing the pool table license, but did
not veto It for .'e reason that It had
passed the ecu i ll by unanimous vote.
VU MEET TONIGHT.
The educational committee appoint
ed to superintend the collection of an
educational exhibit to be sent to the
St. Louis exposition in 1904 has been
called to meet In Portland this Friday
evening to map out a line of work.
This commute? was appointed by Prof.
F. G. Young, of the Lewis and Clark
fair commission, who la superintendent
of the department of education. The
committee consists of:
F. G. Yaung, Supretendent of Pub
nllc Instruction J. H. Ackerman, Coun
ty Superintendent H. S. Lyman, Asto
ria; Professor J. Burnham, Portland;
Superintendent J. C. Zlnser, Oregon
City; Superlnttndtnt J. F. Nowlln,
Pendleton, and Professor H. D.' Shel
ALLIANCE STRIKES HEAVILY.
Mnrshdeld, Sept . 24,-Special)-The
steamer Alliance, which willed last
evening for Astoria, Btruch heuvlly In
crossing out. - After an examination
OaptalnHardwIck decided to come back
here, thereby Insuring the safety of
tho passengers and crew, but a heavy
fog had set in and the Alliance was
compelled to lay outside all night and
until noon today.
The extent of the damage to the Alli
ance cannot be ascertained until she Is
beached. The passengers will leave
overland by stage.
Mr. and Mr. Fred Trulllnger arrived
In the city last night from North Yam
hill to visit for a few day with Mr.
and Mr. A. L. Fox. Mrs. Trulllnger
was formerly Miss Grace Fox, of Astoria,
Rev. Henry Marcotte, of the First
Presbyterian church, has been called to
the pastorate of the Westminster Pres
byterian church of Portland.
SCOOGINS IS NOW IN JAIL
Bondsmen Yesterday Surrendered
Him to Authorities.
Arthur Scogglns, the young man who
Is said to have thrown acid on Printer
Boy, is now locked up in the county
Jail, Yesterday his bondsman, J. Un
denberger, Informed the authorities
that he did not longer care to act as
surety for Scogglns, and the man wa
surrendered to Sheriff Llnville.
At the preliminary hearing Scogglns
wa placed under $250 bon.s to appear
before the circuit court fol trial. Dls-
Time of Judge McBride Occupied
With Divorce Cases.
Divorce cae occupied Judge Mc
Bride' time In the circuit court yes
terday, four different suit being
brought up during the day. Two civil
cases were set for trial that of Alex
Gilbert vs. C. C. Clarke, and N. O.
Bain being set for September and
that of Chris Berg vs. Q. W. Sanborn
for October 1.
A decree of divorce was hunded down
In the case of Mary Ellen Pidgcon vs.
Albert Pldgeon. The couple were mar
ried at Council Bluff, la.. October 20,
18&3. The plaintiff charged desertion.
She Is awarded custody of the minor
children-Chester A., aged 1; Bessie,
aged It, and Grace, aged s and Is allow
ed to resume her maiden name Mary
A decree of divorce wa handed down
in the case of Edward Prior against
Cora Alice Prior. A decree was
also granted in the case of Hannah
Bostrum vs. John O. Bsstrum The
counlo were married September 27.177.
at San Francisco. She charges lnfl-
dellty-and failure to provide. Mrs.
ilostrom gets custody of the minor
children-Walter A., aged 17; Arthur
IV., aged 12. and Hclep H., aged 10.
Some testimony was taken In the case
of Penjamln F. Perm wa Ida L. Perln
and the case will be concluded today.
He asks for divorce on the grounds of
desertion and Infidelity, and sues for
the custody of the only child Hazel,
ag;'d three years. The couple were
married in Astoria February 1. 1899.
The case of Lenore Newman vs. Sam
uel Newman will be tried at this term.
The couple were married at Portland
December 29, 1898. Mrs. Newman in
sists that her husband has compelled
her to work In dance balls, and that he
freQiitntly beats her in an Inhuman
manner. She specifies that he assault
hcr at Portland and In July of the
present year on the steamer Lurllne.
Plaintiff Is 24 years of age.
COMMERCIAL CLL'B BALL
The boll given by the Astoria Com
mercial Club last night In the spacious
gymnasium was hardly as well patron
Ixed as a function of that sort should
have been considering the very worthy
object In view, the securing of funds
for the gynnaslum apparatus.
However, those who attended passed
a very enjoyable evening, and to the
credit of the committee in charge Capt
Keating and B. A. Eigner, It must be
stated they did all In their power to
mnke a success of th all.
The hall had bseti decorated with
long streams of bunting of the national
colors and a large sample of Old Glory
placed In each of the numerous win
dows, producing a pleasant and har
monious contrast to the white walls.
Th Columbia orchestra discoursed Its
customary good music for tha occasion.
Handenme programs containing a list
of 18 dances were provided, and In
short the comfort of the guests was
looked after In every detail . As a con
sequence, the dancers were well pleased
so that at least one object was attained.
Good Service to
Pilots Will See to It That Shipping
Interests Are Carefully Look
RIVER STEAMERS IN COLLISION.
The steamer Lurllne was In collision
yesterday with the river steamer Spen
.er, the latter of The Dalles route. The
Lurllne was just arriving at Portland
from Astoria and the Spencer was
pulling out for The Dalles. The Spen
cer mistook the Lurllne'a blasts for the
signal that she wished to come along
side to transfer passengers, with the
result that the boats collided. Fortun
ately the Lurllne's speed had been re
duced, and tha only damage resulted
to the Spencer'a cabin. This was tri
fling and both steamers resumed their
runs. . .
INDICTED ON THREE COUNTS.
Anton Lund was yesterday Indicted
on three separate charges before Judge
McBride, The first count charges him
with havlna- on July 31. stolen a ham
and 40 sacks from V, N. Coffey. Ths
second charges that, on August 15, he
he Stole a roll of butter and t
fggs, while the third accuses him of the
inert, on. August 27, of a can of tongue,
u bottle of -root beer, three cucumbers
and three tomatoes. Lund will be. ar
raigned today. t
CHILDRENS' DANCING CLASS.
The Juvenile class at the dnclng
academy at Hahthorn' hall will begin
tomorrow afternoon at 2 p! m., the sea-
slon lasting until 4 o'clock. Prof. Den
nle will be assisted by Misa Gertrude
Stockton in the teaching of this class
as well as with the class for adults,
which has Its second session tomorrow
evening from 7:30 to 9, preceding the
The Dally Morning ABtorlan will be
found on sale at Griffin's book "store
and Madison's Eleventh .street cigar
cigar store, In Astoria; at B. B. Rich's
cigar store In Portland and on all A. &
C. trains, tf
Johan Relnlkka. a native of Finland,
yesterday declared his intention of be
coming a citizen of the United States.
BTJCICLENS ARNICA SALVE.
Has world- wide fame for marvelous
cure. It surpasses any other saJve.lo-
tlon, ointment or balm for cuts, corns,
bums, bolls, sores, felons, ulcers, tet
ter, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped
hands, skin eruptions; infallible tor
piles, Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at
Chas. Rogers', druggist
Edward M. Beats, United State
weather forecast official, with head
quarters at Portland, arrived In this
city yesterday to visit the local weather
bureau. Today he wilt go over to North
Head to spend the day. Of late Mr.
Bals has been working very hard and
hi present trip is more of an outing
than one of inspection,
Mr. Deals lat evening called atten
tion to the fact that the pilot schooner
San Jose had come in from her station
of the river, while two vessel had
been lying off the river, all day waiting
to be brought In. He expressed the be
lief that this Incident demonstrated the
Inefficiency of the pilot service. ,Of
course, he could take no official cog
nlrance of the matter, but, as the
weather bureau maintain a service for
the benefit of shipping, be was Interest
ed in knowing the reason that there
was no schooner outside.
Pilot Commissioner Noland wa ac
quainted with the ltuatlcn and Inter
viewed one of the pilot. It appear
that the San Jose was fcrr.ught in for
water and surmlles. and that the Pullt-
,xer Is take her place, of the river
this morning. Mr. Noiana tarn uii "y
failure of the pilots to render efficient
service would receive the prompt at
tention of the board.
"It is the. Intention of the pilot com
mission to maintain a first-class serv
ice," ald Commissioner Noland. "The
members of the board have had a thor
ough understanding with the pilots, who
have assured us that tbey will do every
thing in their power to handle the
shipping of the river in an efficient man
ner. Indeed, the commission will bring
about this condition of affairs even if
we are compelled to find other pilots a
step that Is not likely to be necessary."
An Astorlan reporter looked Into the
matter yesterday and was convinced
that there was no ground for com
plaint. The pilots are doing their work
in a satisfactory manner and cannot
be blamed for any delay to shipping.
WILL DISCARGE COAL.
The barkentlne Omega will discharge
her coal cargo at the mouth of the
river. S. Elmore, the consignee, has
riiannwri nf the coal, of which 100 tons
Is to be discharged at Fort Columbia
and the balance at Flavel. That por
tion of the cargo which Is to be unload
ed at Flavel is for Fort Stevens. Per
mission to land the coal at Fort Colum
bia must first be obtained of the sec
retary of war through the local cus
Yesterday Deputy McCue paid off
the crew of the Omeira. The 11 men of
the crew have been discharged from
the vess?l. The wages amounted to
THE LUMBER CARRIERS.
The barkentlne Tam O'Shanter ar
rived down the river yesterday from
Rainier. She Is bound for San Pedro
and takes 30,018 pieces of sawn lumber.
h Thes chooner Virginia arrived down
the river yesterday and cleared for
San Francisco. She takes 700,000 feet
The steamer Despatch departed yes
torday for San Pedro with a cargo of
TATOOSH IN SERVICE.
The bar tug Tatoosh, Captain iBailey,
yesterday went Into commission for
the winter shipping season. The Ta
toosh Is one of the finest bar tugs on
the coast and her return to the local
service is hailed with delight by ship
! MARINE NOTES.
The steamers Vosburg and Elmore
departed yesterday for Tillamook.
The lighthouse tender Columbine de
parted yesterday for Puget sound,
where she will visit aids to navigation.
The British ship Duns Law was
towed Into port yesterday afternoon.
She comes from Newcastle-onTyne and
brings a partial cargo.
We have Just received a large ship
ment of Oregon gravenstein apples
which we are selling at $1.25 per box.
We have also many other apples which
we are selling from 50 cents up,
For Your Special Benefi
In order tbat those who have not been able
to call and lee our handsome and
wonderful stock of .
We have arranged to lceep tho display until the end of
this week. Saturday night positively closes the ex
hibit and yon must come before that time if yon , want
to see and know all about it. Come and let us show
you what really fine goods are. . ;
THE A. DUNBAR CO
Lowest Price Store in Astoria for Fine Goods.
566 COnflERClAL ST.
CARRIES A FIXE
S. A. GIMRE
Boots and Shoes
Opp. Fisher Bros. Store
on Bond St., Astoria
Sells at Close Figures
New Style Restaurant
Everything First Class. The Best the Market Affords.
Open Day and Night Good Service.
CO tlth SL next door to Griffin Bros.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
The Best Restaurant
Regular Meats. 25 Cents
. . Sunday Dinners a Specialty
Everything tie Market Afforls ,
Palace Catering Company
WWVW W ,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
534, Com'l St., and 114, nth St.,
Pale Bohemian Lag'er Beer
v Best On The Coast
...North Pacific Brewing' Co...
WILL ABANDON MAYGER QUARRY.
About October 1 the Northwest Con
struction Company will discontinue op
erations at Mayger and take all its
rock from th oBugby quarry. Already
rock "from the last-named place is be
ing sent to Fort Stevens. ' After Octo
ber 1 the company will furnish the gov
ernment with 2000 to 2500 tons of rock
THE PALACE BATHS
Hours for Turkish and Russian baths
S p. m. to S a. m., except Sundays.
Best equipped barber shop in the city.
Five artists always on hand.
( . , ... , ...
Good lemons 15 and 20 cents per doi
en. 1 JOHNSON BROS.
WILL BE READY SATURDAY;. '
" l-l 1
Assessor Cornelius is nstill forking
hard on the 1903 assessmit -rok'and is
making good progress. 4ects to
have the work finished lsUrday,
so that the board of equalization may
take it up next week.
What they are labeled, and
nothing else Schilling's Best
at your grocer's; moneyback.
THE DORSE DEPAKTUE1T
whole hra'iej &
W ait Hud
A Greatest days Sale now going on. Surely you
will noi permit all these good things to get away
"just because yon have been trading some place
' else. Ve have the largest business with the
smallest expense of any store in Western Oregon.
Gftat Sale of Notions and Small Ware Will
Continue Thursday, Sept 24 and Friday, Sept 25-
LITTLE ITEMS AT A BIQ SAVING!
CHOICE FOR 3 CENTS
Kid Hair Curlers, 3a
Black Cute Pins, 3o.
Toilet Paper, roll, So.
Good Carpet Binding, 3c.
Large size Sponge, 80. .
Large sixe Tablet, 3o.
Large site Shoe Blacking, 8a
Fine Comb, 3c.
CHOICE FOR 4 CENTS
25 yds Picture Wire, 4c.
10 yds Shelf Paper, 4c, .
1 Towel Ring, 4o.
1 Tooth Brush. 4c. .
1 Curling Iron, io,
1 Scrub Brush, 4o. '
1 Bottle Ink, 4a
BeBt Luster Cotton, in.
Toilet Soap, 4c.
CHOICE FOR I CENT
Good paper Pins, lc.
Good paper Saitty Pins, lo.
Good paper ttoirJPins, lc.
Card Hooks, and Jives, la
Pencil TiUeY; fc
1 dozen (,'laJlfeapins la
1 doxen. Buttons, lc.
'S CHOICE FOR 2 CENTS
Good Machine Thread, 2a
Ironing Wax, 2a
Fancy Work RinRS, 2a
Black Mourning Pins, 2o.
Elastio Web, yd, 2c.
Remnant Laces, yd, 2c.
Remnant Embroidery, yd, 2c.
Bemnant Ribbons, 2a
Remnant Scrim, yd, 2o. "
Fall Showing of Merchandise-Cress -Goods,
Suits, Clothing Shoes. '
503-510 Commercial Street - - Astori a (.