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ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1903.
Fancy Bloater Maokerel, wry fai, each. .', , ,', , . ,85o'
Cuomo FeerloM M eoksrel, aoh. , . . J 10c
Fine Yarmouth Bloatera, Eastern, per dontu ...... .....4Uo
Beat Melahnar Birring, ptir down , 26o
R Mobmklt A Co.'a Bait Balraon, psrlb v.. ...35c '
AnchovUt In barrels, Iinjiortad. par bbl .,....,...,...400 to 75c
Eastern Codfish, genuine, par lb , .120
Salinoo Tips, T. F. Vkg. Co. 16o cau, per ease I1.B0
Head(aartnri (or Thanksgiving Goods. Leave your ordor with IP
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
OOOi 0001)8 OUR SPECIALTY
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N aV ' Jib
A Gentleman desiring to here
ceived into society must be ready
to dress in society's full dress.
WE have the world famous Alfred Benjamin Full
Dress Suits a well an Business or Sunday Suits,
l'hia Brand of fine Clothing docs not only beat the
Clumsy Tailor in Trice, but no ordinary Tailor can put
in the "STYl.K" furnished by the lio.ooo a year De
signer employed by Alfred Benjamin or B. Kuppen
heiiner & Co. for both of which makes we are Sole
. Agents in Astoria. '
Logging Engine for Deep River
Logging Company Arrives
From Lima, Ohio.
IS THREE WEEKS ' EN ROUTE
Traveling Engineer Make the
Trip in Cab, Kwpliifr llat-h-'
clor'e Hull- to He Tttk;n
to North Shore.
A 40-ton logging- engine, atenclled
Deep Hlver Logging Company, arrived
yesterday from Lima. O., and la now tn
the yard at the A. ft C. tt. R. depot.
The engine was three weeks In route
and traveled on Ita own wheele. It
wits brought down yesterday afternoon
bp the local felght. The locomotive la
a monster of lta kind, being aa large aa
No, 3 that pulled her down from Port
land. The Lima Locomotive and Ma
chine Company la the builder, and V.
V. Edmlston, traveling engineer In the
employ of the compeny.kept bachelor
hall In the cab during the entire trip.
Owing to the many transfers and rod
tape the Journey out was a little more
tiresome to Mr. Edmlston than If he
had traveled In a Pullman, but aa this
Is hts first trip weet he found some
thing to Interest him while en route
and expresses much enthusiasm for
Today the company will be notified
of the arrival of the engine and It will
be loaded on a baiVe thla week and
taken across to the ramp later. . In the
mHtntline Mr. Edmlston will continue
lo make his home on wheels. He will
remain until his charge la safe on the
north shore and In working order.
Mr. Gallagher has a very neat place of
business and will keep constantly on
hand all the delicacies of the season,
Including the famous Toke point oys
ters. The public la Invited to give- the
Imperial a trial.
Indian bead work and baskets. Free
catalogue, . B. B. Rich curio store
Portland, Or. It
Axel alnt In It.
lie sure and see
Inspection of Critics is Solicited
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND HATTER
For rent Furnished room. Good lo-
. iii Inn. Ennulr at this office. tf
The schooner Argus cleared yester.
ilnv for San Francisco. She takes
TW.000 feet of lumber.
The ladles of St. Mary's church will
give a card party at their hall, Grand
avenue, near Fifteenth street, neat
Tuesday, the 24th Inst.
Christmas novelties now coming in
Full line t things to burn. ' Visitors
always welcome. Frank Woodfleld'a
Art Store, nond street. tf
A hn.ll name yesterday between the
Skow Bay theam and the Van Dusens
resulted in a victory for the former
team by a score of 11 to 8,
Carelossness la respnstble for many
a railroad wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even tha worst cases can be
cured, and hopelesa resignation la no
.longer necessary. Mr. Lola Cragig of
Dorchestur, Mass Is one of the many
whoxe llfq was aaved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This great remedy Is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
dlseaaes by Charles Rogers, Druggist
Price 50 c, and 11. Trial bottles free...
Mr. T. T, Sweek, Of the O. R. & N.
Portland offloe, was In town yesterday
on business. ,
We Now Handle the Hxm
Jewell Stoves s Ranges
Contains theiombinocl morita of all other
makes. Saves Fuel, Cost no more than
other ranges, last longer and- cook better. . -
' ; ASTORIA'S LEADING. HOUSEFURNISHERS
Pisss53i 590-592 CcmiBerclalSt
jm 'iii . . . I
Crrlage sn3 Waroa Bnlldlne. FIrst-Class Horse Shoeing
t ', . , . L,ossltis Comp Work,
unf Att'ltind of ?gon mktcriali in itock tor wle.
1 ffe gairantee the best woik done in the city Tricei right, .
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts. Thone ot.
Girl desires employment In private
family or at any respectable work.
Address G, care As tor lan.
Services will be held In the German
Lutheran church November 28 at 11 a.
m., by Rev. C, Buechler, of Portland,
Oregon. All are cordially Invited to
The new customs launch Patrol was
formally turned over- to the treasury
department yesterday. The Patrol will
be In commission from this time for
The steamship, Columbia arrived
yesterday from San Francisco. She
brought for local merchants a quantity
of sugar, malt, merchandise and cedar
The steamer Navarro departed yes
tenlay for southern Oregon points.
sho took 181 tons of general merchan
dise for Empire City, North fiend ani
The steamer Melrose has arrived
from Rodondo to load lumber. The
schooner North Bend has arrived from
San Francisco and will also take on a
lumber cargo. ,
The null) mill at Youngs river falls
has been running for the part two
u wikii nnd rood work is beinR (tone.
The new machinery that was Installed
during the shutdown does much better
seivlce than the old plant, giving sat
isfaction In every, way. ,'. 'i ;
1 iBuiarVmeetlnB of. the Astoria
Chamber Of Commercei, will, be held to-
morrow1 nlffht. , The vmeeynf com
mencee 'at 7:80 o'clock instead of at 8,
aa heretofore, and the atterieUm of mem
bera la called to the change, which la
provided for; In the by-laws of the
Chamber i .
The iRremner logging camp at Casey
will probably not operate much longer
this winter. ' There are only a few men
retained at present and these will be
aiinwaif tn m In a few days. This la
the second large camp to .shut down
in this section ana u is pnmumeu mv
others will follow suit shortly.
The funeral of '.he late John Hart-
man will be held from Pohl's undertak
ing parlors this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
The Interment will be In Greenwood
cemetery. , ' i,
The service of Grace church (Episco
pal) today will be at 11 a. m. and 7:S0
o. m. Sunday school with Christmas
carols 12:30. Evening prayer at Holy
Innocents' chapel, 1:30.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Ryder
Wold will be held at Bkamokawa and
the Interment will be In the cemetery
Oiere. The body was taken yesterday
to the Washington town .
The wedding of Miss Leon a Ivano-
vlch and Mr. John Boroje took place
yesterday forenoon at 8t. Marys
church. Rev. Father Waters officiating.
Mr. Boroje la a well known caterer In
the city, being associated with the
New Style restaurant. The couple
will reside In Astoria.
The Astoria Iron Works, which turns
out considerable machinery for the far
east, yesterday billed through the cus
toms house a shipment destined for
iiomrkon. The shipment Is a can
crimper of local manufacture. It will
be sent out on the next China steamer
which departs. The far east demands
much machinery and the Astoria con
cern gets its share of the business, its
reputation for canning machinery be
John Mlchlson has filed suit in the
circuit court, through his attorneys
Smith Bros., to foreclose a mortgage
executed In nls favor by Andrew
Rauma and others to secure a promls
sorv note for 12500. The note was giv.
en January II, 190L from which date
Interest In the sum of S per cent Is de
manded, aa well aa 8100 attorneys' fees.
The property Involved Is lot 7, block
45, Adair's Astoria, and lots 20 and 21,
block 58, Adalr'a.
Miss Ann Lewis, teacher at John
Day. closed a successful eight months'
term of school last Friday. Exercises
were held at which the pupils, 8 In
number. :caultted themselves admir
ably. The term had been Interrupted
by brief vacations, which In no way
marred the work of Instruction. There
were two graduates from the eighth
grade, nils Nellie Lewis and Miss
Laura Chlsholm. whose averages were
90.8 and 90.2, respectively.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Club was held yesterday afternoon In
the Odd Fellows' hall. The feature of
the afternoon was the study of civil
rovernment which haa Just been taken
.in. under the direction of Miss warren,
The members manifested great Interest
m their new work, and the success or
tha ntiih' departure Is assured. Miss
p.lmore entertained the club with cur.
rent events." and during the afternoon
efght new members kere added to the
Thr was a bit rush for seats when
the sale opened at Grlffln'a yesterday
mnrnimr for "A Gentleman of France
which will be produced by James Nelll
and his company at Fishers' Monoay
nleht. The company closed a inree
nights' engagement at the Marquam,
Portland, last evening, and Uie papers
of the metropolis speak highly of the
wrformance. i Those ejixlous to avom
the rush at the door should secure
seats early tomorrbwy .
State Legislature Convened' to
Meet in Extraordinary Ses
sion December 21.
SESSION WILL BE SHORT ONE
Sixty Members llave Promised
An Early Adjournment
Special Election In '
The ImWlal oyster and chop house
has been opened on Commercial street
opposite Peterson A Brown's store by
S. M. Gallagher, a well known caterer.
"Tor moDtht I ktd n tranfclswHh ny MonMh !
ftd mml HI kind, ot umioiui. My nnfii Bu
toon lolullT h craea M tmt, kt kraMh baTlnc
8 bait odor. Two wka Mro t frltnit nrommanded
umnu nd after Bliss Uia lean wllllnlr aud
ChmrtaUr iar that bf ! antlnlT eorJ ma. I
hrfnr let ym knnw thai I akall rsromnieoa
Bitam fi m'7 on, aiinmiiia iron, ,wa jniwui...
Ckaa. H. iialpua. m SItIbikw ik,iinark,X.I.
Best for' !
ft The Dowels
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Plaa!il, PsIaWbl. Potf, TmM O", no Onnd,
Vkm Sl'. HaMM a? tlrlt-, iM, r.Uf.fltji
',M in bulk. Tba (annlna kallt ,tiiw4 COO.
(taata4 S aura ui wi fcuu.f kwa.
tarllnf 8,nMrta.,cniea(irn.T. J9
The Forestars' lodge have decided to
irtve another-mid-winter circus begtn
. . n.l. n anAimr fiatlllS
ninar uecemoer eui .v...
day night, the- 12th. This will be a
WI. old-time, one-ring circus, for
which a mammoth tent haa neen secur
d . Mr. Snraueri saya that . "Axel'
wont Te In It this year, but will have a
substitute In "Volta." the e'ectrw won
aer. Slmor SDagettl will wrestle with
real live bear, and "Susies", band
win Dlav Hiawatha to perfection. A-
Callan is now In Frisco maKing ai
railgements for attractions direct from
the "Chutes." There will ne perioral
Ing horses, dogs, monkeys, bears and
other animals to numerous to mention
Ounder Guuderson will "loop the loop,
B. J. Pye and C. B. Foster will 'chute
the chutes" from the top of the tent.
A resident of Casey who waa In the
city yesterday eald that It waa not
clear to him that the county was doing
the best thing for his community to
rebuild, the( old road to Olney .tnsteaa
of making a new one that would bridge
the Klaskanine near s the -vtorka and
there meet the county road, that leads
to the city. 'In the event of the om
road being -nade passable." he said,
"we would enloy a convenience mat we
do" not now have, but It would certainly
be better to build a road to cross near
the old Henderson place. Thla would
give us an opportunity to get In and
out of Astoria without having to resoat
to boats ns we now do. To go around
by Olney to get to town would be a
round a bout way that would be disa
greeable, to say the least. A new road
by the route suggested would not be
much more expensive than to Improve
the old highway," When asked If the
residents of Casey contemplated Cling
a remonstrance with the county court
the gentleman replied that ha had not
heard of any thing of the kind.
Governor Chamberlain yesterday Is
sued a call for a special session of the
legislature for Monday, December 21.
The session Is called for the purpose or
remedying the defects In the tax law.
The governor likewise issued a writ
for special elections In the Ninth and
Nineteenth senatorial district of the
state to elect successors to C. W. Ful
ton and J. N. Williamson, both of
w hom are now members of the national
congress. Senator Fulton's successor
will be elected in Clatsop county (the
Nineteenth district) and Senator Wil
liamson's successor Jointly In the coun
ties of Klamath. Lake,1 Crook, and
Grant. s The special election will take
place on December II.
The call was not unexpected In this
city. It was all along thought the gov
ernor would call a special session aft
er he had demonstrated to the people
of the state that he wished to mini
mise expenses by having the lelgsl&ture
finish Its work In a short time.
The special election necessary In Clat
sop county will cost the taxpayers
about HMO or 81700, according to the
statements of officials of the county.
Nominations can be made by the polit
ical parties either in convention or by
netition. The republicans have always
nominated In convention, but It Is con
sidered doubtful if tbey will bold pri
maries and a county convention for the
nomination of one candidate. The
holding of primaries U attended with
some expense, and the opinion was ex'
Dressed yesterday that a candidate
would be selected, perhaps by the
county central committee, and the nom
lnatlon made by petition. It Is reason
ably certain that this course will be
taken by the citizens.
There will be no registration of
voters for this special election. All
persons who registered for the last
county and state election, in June, 1902,
will be eligable to tlie suffrage right
at the special election. This does not
mean that other voters will be exclud
ed from exercising their constitutional
prerogative, for those who did not reg
ister In 1902 may be sworn In.
Senator Fulton's successor will hold
for the unexpired term of the dis
tinguished Astorlan, who was elected In
1902. The successor will attend the
special session and the next regular
session In 1905.
it was reuorted last night that A. M.
Smith would be a candidate for state
senator, but when asked about the
matter Mr. Sml'h dd he would only
run in case charter legislation were
SESSION WILL BE SHORT ONE.
Sixty M ambers Have Promised To" Ad
journ at Early Date,
sniom Nov. SI. Governor Chamber-
i.h h.i ..niiwl n soeclal session of the
legislature for December 21 to enact
laws to orovide for a levy of taxes for
this year. The extraordinary session
was made necessary by the reason of a
defect in the ct of 1903 known as the
members of the legislature
have written the governor assuring
htm they will enact only the legislation
leeessary for the welfare or tne si.
and that they will adjourn at u
earliest moment possible.
,nnr has also issued writs
for the holding of special elections In
trinth TAke. Crook, and urani
iM ,..,n,-iinff the Ninth senator-
fail dnstrlct and in Clatsop county, the
Nineteenth district, , t ... .
We are exclusive
Successors to . John Halm
CHAS. VIRKKALA, Proprietor JAMES GARDNER, Manager
LUCY CUNNINGHAM, Pianist t
Program Week Commencing November Id
A. KILJUNENThe UnionTailor
Suits to order and Fit Guaranteed.
522 COMMERCIAL STREET - - ASTORIA, OREGON
BUY THE ASTORIA PRODUCT
Good Reason Why Home Peo
pie Should Buy at Home.
Ti.. vnrth Pacifio Brewery call atten,
tlon to the" very fine quality of beer
v.t om hM-wlnsr: in fact, a supe-
rlor product to any produced in the
west, and equal to the best on tne mw-
.Because tt Is brewed from the best
of materials, using fine water ana en
in.,icr th latest metnous.
There -?an be no otner raui
mi. tha nroduct of outside Drew
era thenT Why not be patriotic and
patronise home Industry?
If you drink beer, or uuy
.tan hv .the home Institution?
THROW A BRICK '
nt Hoefler's famous Ice cream for
vniir Thanksitlvlng dinner and stop
wa'rrine about dessert. Any flavor-
but come early. - 'flO
At Los Angeles Los Anfeeles 2, Port
.'At San Francisco Sacramento 0, San
Your grocer moneybacks
Schilling's Best; he is glad to
pay-out the money ', it costs him
nothing; it isn't his money.
la old Irish Song
Latest Coon Songs of the day
Ov(riura"Love's Confessioa Waltxs"
Fifth and Last Week of the Novelty
end Musical Artists
A W. STANLEY and MAYME SCANLON
In i little of everything
Overturt"Wtdding of the Winds''
Once more ta beautiful ballads
0vtrlur..."DixJ Girl" . t
Illustrated Song by
"She Sleeps by the Silvery Rio Grand"
Ovtrturt.-.-Adlyn Waftx" .
Last week of ARCHIE W. STANLEY
the Hebrew Olass-Put-ln-Man
Ovtrrare.HMatines GliT Two Step
Beautiful and Fascinating
Overhm."Matine Idol Walts"
Program is subject to change without notice. '
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Try Our 25-Cent Dinners
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