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ASTORIA, ORKGON, THURSDAY, NOVtMBEh 5, 1903.
Scbf Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
1 Manufacturers c!
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundrymen and Patternmakers.
, Absolutely firstelasis work. Prices lowest
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIC4RS.......
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
. ,f, Farmers and Loggers.
Ai V. ALLBN Teath aad Commercial Stmts
Carriage and Wagon Bonding. First-Class Horse Shoeing
Logging Cattip Work.
All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the city. Prices right.
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts. 'Phone 921.
General Blacksmithing, Boat and Cannery Work.
See ns for High Class Work. Shop Corner of Fif-
teenth and Dnane Streets, near St. Mary's Hospital
HOLMES & SEIBE RT
so well as nicely laundried linen. "We have the neatest
and most sanitary laundry in the state and do the best
work. All White help.
W Tantli and TVnanA Kt " " W J
L. H. HENNING-SEN CO.
Upholsterer and Forniture Dealer.
Handles Stoves, Tinware and Second Hand Goods.
-. 504 BOND STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON.
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
Diamonds Are Going' Upl!
The Time to Buy
466 ComiMTlal Strut
Open Day and Night
120 llth St. next door to Griffin Broi.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
P. A. TRULLINGER
Cigars and Tobaccos
The Ediscn Graphaphone, Disc and Circular.
Agent for the Portland Safe and Lock Company.
Best on the market.
or Ulid 1 Decwury to MJEPLACE A.WOIUf-OTJ'T HOOK
Takes the plaoe of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For flat and steep aariaces, gutters, valleys, eto. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
climates. Reasonable in coat. Sold on merit. Guaranteed. It will pay to ask for
prises and Information.
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THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building, Portland
Subscribe for The
Comer Eighteenth and Franklin.
PHONE, RED 2305
a Fine Gem
Has Beauties at Prices no
Greater than Months Ago
Best the Market Affords.
At Kansas City
Cable Cars Carrying Shop Girls
on Their Way to WorK
Kansas City. Mo., Nov. i. One X"r
ton was killed and 51 Injured, two per
haps fatally, in a collision of table ears
In ft fog early today on the steep
Twelfth street viaduct. Moot of the
Injured were shop girls on their way
from their homes In Kansas City, Kan.,
to the big department stores on the
The dead girl, Nellie Lusoombe. aged
to, waa killed Instantly. A small piece
of steel the sue of a lead pencil waa
driven Into the skull between the eyea
and the left aide of the head waa
crushed. She was so badly dlsnVured
that It waa several hour before she
waa identified. Of the Injured Carrie
Mooney, a dryrooda clerk, suffered both
leg broken and Herman Watklna, a
clerk tn the Jlethodlst book concern,
who? Jaw wr.s broken and who waa
otherwise hurt, will die. It la believed.
Seventeen others were more or lesa ser
iously hurt, 'ive of them sustaining
broken bones. The other St Injured
sustained minor cuts and bruises.
All the injured lived in Kansas City,
Kan., or Us suburbs. Several of them
were children going to school.
Christmas novelties now coming m.
Full line of things to burn. Visitors
nlwAva welcome. Frank Woodflelds
irt Store. Bond street. U
James Finlaywn Is In Portland.
Miss Laura Fox went to Portland
Will C. Gibson, of Portland, was In
the city yesterday.
H. S. McGownn was over from Mc
E. W. Dlngman. of Portland, was in
Mrs. M. D. Staples and daughter are
visiting In Portland.
District Attorney Allejrhas returned
from Clackamtis county.
Miss Pauline Steab was in the fity
from her home at Seaside.
Miss Mabel Olsen, of Warrenton, was
an Astoria visitor yesterday.
Major Langfltt and Captain Sanford
returned to Portland last night.
Mrs. M. E. Masterson and Mrs. E.
h Streumever nre visiting in Portland.
Miss Lila Sutherland came down
from Portland yesterday to visit with
C. A. Tobin find F. G. Horton, Port
land traveling men, were in town yes
terday. Will R. Hume returned yesterday
from Portland after an absence of a
Mrs. W. S. Kinney returned to Gear
hart last night after a few days spent
In the city.
W. E. MitchPll, of the firm of Mitch
ell, Lewis & Staver, was down from
An lmproven-nt is reported in the
condition of Mr9. Frank Llnenwebcr.
who has been quite ill.
Will G. Martin, the well known com'
merclal traveler, was among the ar
rivals down on last night's train.
r M. Plerson. a Portland shoe man
was In the city yesterday. He returned
to the metropolis on the nfeht tram.
Mrs. Marion Trenchard Is still ser
iously ill at her home. There has been
little change in her condition for some
Mrs F. L. Fraser and children re
turned last night from Portland and
will leave today for their home at
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Birtch. of San
Jose, arrived in the city yesterday and
will leave for Tillamook today on the
Jess Rltter has retired from hie po
sitlon with the Palace Catering Com
pany arid will go Into the restaurnnt
business at Hammond.
James E. McFaul, of Chicago, repre
senting the Lumbermen's Credit Asso
ciation, who had been In the city for a
few dnys. returned last night.
Mrs. J. T. Healey and Mrs. W .E.
Rlack. of Grays River, returned yester
day from Portland, where they had
been visiting, and left for their home
Miss June Stanley waa In the city
yesterday from her home at Seaside
Miss Stanley contemplates making a
triD to California In the near future
G. W. Lounsberry, who had been at
Seaalle for a few weeks, returned to
the city yesterday. The outing had a
beneficial effect on Mr. Lounsberry'a
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kittllxen and Mr
and Mrs. C. O. Klttlisen, of'Sloughton
Wis., arrived in the city last night and
will visit for a few days with Police
H. L. Day, a sawmill supply man,
returned lo Portland last night after a
short business visit in Astoria. While
here Mr. Day sold to the Tongue Point
Lumber Company several dust collect
ors. valuable adjuncts to a sawmill
School Superintendent Lyman leaves
this morning for eastern Oregon on a
tour of organization of the Oregon edu
cational exhibit to St. Louis. During
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
' This question arises In the family
every day. Let ns answer It to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers 10-aay. 10 cia.
hi absent Mrs. C. A. Qearhart will
be present Saturday afternoons to
meet visitors at the school euperlntend
R. M. Wooden and son, who ure In
the city from their home at Jewell, re
port a poor yield in hope this season.
Mr. Wooden has Just returned from a
trip to Portland where he disposed of
the last of his crop. They will be In
town until this evening when they will
return 4o their home at Nthalem.
EASTERN ELECTION RESULTS
(Continued from First page)
th tank and businesa failures through
out the country, gave color to Senator
Manila's claim that the election In Ohio
Involved natlonul issues gre.ttr in Im
portance th.n .h betterment of our
"I hope that Senator Hanne's state
ment that hie -election will preserve
the Industrial and business situation
from disturbance will be verified, and
that connlence. which he bellevea to
be the basis of prosperity, will be pre
THE RESULT IN IOWA,
nes Moines. Nov. 4. Unofficial esti
mates dace Governor Cummins' plural
ity over J. B. Sullivan, the democratic
candidate for governor, at ST.OOO. The
democrat will have 2S of the :00 mem
bers of the next house, a bain of six,
and eight of the 50 member of the
senate, a loss of two.
Providence, R. V. Nov. .-Complete
,,ir,,.i from thoc state re-cloot Oover-
nor L. F. C. Garvin by 15S5 plurality,
a decrease of 8151 votes.
SAM PARKS LOSES ALL HOPE
Sure Shot Sin? Sinjr Yawn for
HIiM-llt'slK" From i nion.
New York. Nov. 4.-Samuel Parka,
from his cell In the city prison, has an
'hut he will resign as walking
deleipUe and as member of the House
smiths and Hrlilgemens' Union at Its
m(in Friday night. He says ne
out of the labor movement forever and
-wihi hat he wll not appeal irom
his conviction In the extortion cases
f which he recently was tried, lie is
eager to serve his prison term and la
not seeking ball.
t m .".one." laid Park, "jwnwg
can save me from Sing Sing. If I did
get a new trial I would be convicted as
regularly as I came before a Jury. 1
nnt nshamed of my labor career. I
thought I was right and followed my
hot lucftnnent. I have but one regret
and tht Is for my wife. She Is pros
trated over my troubles.
INSURGENTS TAKE CAPTIVES.
New York. Nov. 4.--Governor Obal-
dla, of Panama, ond all the authorities
In addition to Generals Tovnr end
Amayo, .ire captives In the hand of the
Insurrectionists, says a Herald dispatch
from Panama. All the Colomblun cruis
ers on the Paellic side of the Isthmus
have been taken and It la expected that
Colon will be tak?n together wllh the
.COAL! COAL! COAU
If you want your money's worth
Ring "Phone 1311.
GEO. W. SANBORN, Agt.
SEAT SALE OPENS.
This inornlmr at 9 o'clock the sent
sale opens for the performance of "A
Millionaire Tramp" at Fishers' tomor
row night. Don't delay In securing
seats as there Is sure to be a bl? crowd.
Theater goers can look forward to an
evening of laughter, tears and pleas
ure. Prof. H. W. Dennle has Issued Invi
tation for a dance nt Warrenton,
which will be the first of a regular ser
ies to be given there this winter. The
affair will take place tomorrow night.
Miss Lillian Phelps, the national tern
terance lecturer, will give a lecture
hi- nn nvt Monday evening. The
reeular meeting of the W. C. T. U
will be held today at 2:30 p-m. at their
parlors on Bond street.,
J. A. Mattson vice-president of the
Pacific coast division of the Interna
tional Longshoremen's Association, ad
dressed the mill and lumbermen's union
last evening. There was a rousing at
tendinc. several candidates being in
The ministry Is the only one of the
learned professions that is not now
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of, whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havl
land, Of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr. King's New Discovery, Our
niece, who had consumption In an ad
vanced stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and today she Is perfectly
Well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov
ery as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds. SOo and
$1.00 bottles guaranteed by Chas. Rog
ers. Trial bottles free.
ABOUT AUSTRALIAN COAL
Coal Is the best fuel,
Australian le the best coal,
Tou don't have to hire it split,
It burns without seasoning,
No large space required for It, '
Australian coal excells all others,
It makes less ashes and dirt,
It keeps a hot even fire,
It Is the cheapest fuel,
Call up phone 1961 for coal,
We deliver It for you. ,
No charge for delivery.
ELMORE ft CO,
Six Are Killed
And Ten Injured
Explosion at the Naval Arsenal at
lona Island, N. Y., Attended '
With Awful Results.
lona I!ant. N. Y., Nov. 4. 8lx men
were killed and 10 Injured thla after
noon by an explosion In the United
State, naval arsenal, The explosion
occurred while the men were drawing
explosive charge from old shell ent
her from the battleship Massachusetts
Three niaanlve shell housea were to
tally destroyed. The fore of the ex-
plosions broke window at rwekaklll,
three mile distant. Adjacent build
Inga, Including store house for ttxed
ammunition, were riddled, and the
quarters of the marine composing the
garrison were completely demolished.
The dead were workmen employed
by the naval ordnance department.
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSB.
8. L Julno of Cavendlah. Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by In
vaalo not chronic conatlpatton. . When
Dr. King's New Life Pills proka Into his
house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. Theyr're guar
anteed to cure, J5o at Chas. Rogers'
NEW BARGAINS FOR TODAY
New stock of fancy goods Just arrlv.
ed at Yokohama Raxaar. Call and see
the latest novelties from Jupan.
The steamer Homer is taklr on lum
ber at the Astoria Box Compuny'a mill.
The Homer has a cargo of provisions
for government light stutlons In Alaska
und will leave out today.
Mirror Baths are kept open on Sun
day for baths. For first-class work In
the tonsorlai line, call at the Mirror
Baths, 636 Commercial street, Astoria,
BEST" 16-CENT MEAL.
You will always find the beat loc
meal In the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant, No. 611 Commercial street
Peter ton & Brown have completed the
new front to their store and are better
prepared than ever to show you their
good. Look at their new line and then
see them for a fine fit tn the shoe
Interview Trulllnger ft Hardeaty,
433 Commercial street, about your elec
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
atyle. Open all night Private room.
Five thousand LaImperlals sold by 3.
V, Burns during the month of Septem
ber, this year, an Increase of 1,000 over
For good, reliable piano work see
your local tuner, Th. Frederlckson,
2071 Bond stree. Phone 2074 Red.
The newest anj latest In cigarettes
Pall Malls; cork tips, at P. A. Trul
llnger's. Two stores.
Very desirable rooms for offices or
housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished
over Petewon & Brown' shoe store, tf
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Theie Pkiteri are a scientific and harmonious combination of
healing and strengthening gums, together with the Ssits of that most
wonderful of Nature's Lakes, fledlcal Lake, Washington. No
Plaster before devised, combines such peculiar curative and
strengthening qualities, and we confidently assert that this Is the best
and most highly curative Plaster ever conipsunded. They give
instant and soothing relief, will be found the most eacellent Plaster
you have ever used, and will cure Throat,
Chest and Luna; Difficulties, Kidney and
Bladder Affections, Lumbago, Weak Back, .
Backache, Rheumatism, Pleurisy, Coughs,
Grippe,' Cramps, Strains, Sprains, Lame
ness, Stiffness and inflammation of the
Joints or Muscle.
Medical Lake preparations are aboT patent
A Medical Lake Tablet dissolved In a glass of water,
auses a delightfully dtllcloua cooling beverage People
of Gouty or Rheumatic tendencies are beoeflted
quickly by drinking Medical Lake Water.
MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MFG. CO , Sole MfriA
... . MBW YORK AND 8POKANB, WASH.
Medical Lake Baits Mfg. Co.,
To whom It may concern I wa s afflicted with rheumatism some six y ears ago and after having tried
nearly everything for a year wen t to Medhal Lake and took a brief cou rse of baths, receiving great bene
fit therefrom. So, when, three w eeka ago, I was attacked In a very acu te form.with both Inflammatoryand!
sciatica, I went Immediately to M edical Lake, where I Imbibed and bath ed freely of the water. I am now
back at my desk not much the worse for the wear. As to the virtue of the Medical Lake water there can be:
no possible doubt. Tours vt-ry truly, J. I .KNIGHT, 207 N. T, block, Seattle, Wash,.
For sale tn Astoria by Frank Hart, corner Twelfth and Commercial,; the Conn Drug Company
j Twulfth and Commercial and
NOW IS THE TIME
To make your home bright, wo Jhavo a flno line
of Pictures and Medallions. We also havo the
now Pencil Case for school children.
Ml Couimt'rt'iitl Mt.
Peterson & Ilrown are In the field
with a fine Hue of fall and winter
ahoe at prices to suit. Drop In And
see their display, U
Four chatra at the Occident barber
shop. No use to miss everything wait
Ing for a shave. Flrat-olas artists and
by the way, this Is the place to ft a
hath. Everything the very beat. u
! ,- DENSMORB TYPEWRITER. '
' We sell, rent, and repair all makes ot
typewriters, .Write for new catalogue
of New Densmore. s
Huxley, Ryan A Co.,
U Fourth Street Portland, Or.
A UFO SAVER
Many Uvea are annually destroyed by
dlaeases resulting from faulty plumbing
Be sure your plumbing Is done by an
expert, and save annoyance and dan
ger. Oas and steam fitting, heating,
tinning, etc. Fixtures In stock.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY,
Kt Bond street. 'Phone 1031.
Notice la hereby given that the regla-
tratlon books of the City of Astoria,
for the election to be held In this city
on Wedneaday, December th, 1903. will
be opened at the Auditor's Ditto on
Wednesday, November 2nd, and will
close on Suturday, December Kth, 1(03,
at 4 p. m., and all persona must reglater
In order to be entitled to vote,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Reduction sale on ladles' and child
reu's fall and winter hats until Novem
ber 1, also a nice line of shirt waists,
skirts, ladles' and children's furnishing
goods, hair switches and pompodoree.
MRS. R. INGLETON.
, Welch Block.
Instructions on the piano by exper
ienced German teacher. Term, II per
lesson. Address, Prof, K. H. Maud
erer, care The Astorian. . N3-15
Wanted Position as bookkeeper by
murled man. Good reference furnish
ed. Inciulre at this office.
CIGAR STORE FOR SALE.
For sale, cigar store on Commercial
street. Apply to P. A. Trulllnger, KS
Office boy; must write Spencerlan
hand. Apply at A. ft. C. R. auditor's
John Fuhrman, Wm. Wertlie
G. W. Morton.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your onlen tor
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly und
itltnaoVrlly utondwl to
Telephone Nn. 2l.
Charles Rogers, Odd Fellow building
Iv m i--ir-i
BOOK STORE ;
FISHERS' OPERA HOUSE
L E. SELIG, LtHca and Mnr
OMK NKJI1T ONLY
Friday, Nov. 6, '03
Nothing but Bank Notes, Gold
Elmer Walter's Latest Scenic
. A Sensation , '
i ( til 41., i. 1
The Great Cliuroh Secne
Tbe Old Hotol
The Country Opera House'
The Village lxt
The Choir of the Chnrvh
of the Holy Cross
The Hong of the Christ,
Nothing Like It Kver Prwontcd.
Something So Very Different.
Rorvd Stall 75 ctnts CalUry SO cnU
hat ult optni Thundiy momlnf at
Griffini book llort,
When you are out for food
limn don't overlook
THE "O. K."
DICK DOMEKTY and GUJ PETERSON
ASTOlt HT. AHTOItIA, OK.
Ill.lmp lllrk nf park City, t'tan
aiim m iiurriiig, psiiiiwr
The National Saloon and Cafe
finest Wine, llquori and Cigars
473 Commercial Mt Antorla, Or
New Grocery Store
8. L. NANTHIU'I.
Pine Groceries, Fruits, Flour and
Welch Block, ASS Commaaclal Si,
Courteous Strvlca Prompt Delivery
( CHAS. F. WISE, Proprietor.
The Best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Concert Every Evening,
Cur. Eighth' aud Alitor 8U Astoria, Or.
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