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ASTORIA OKIGON, THURSDAY. NOVLMKCh 20. MM.
NOT THE BEST IN THE WORLD
BUT THE BEST ON THE COAST
' Clearness is an index of
For ure, Clean and Pal
atable Beverage drink f
If you do drink
Why not drink
the Best you can
NORTH PACIFIC BREWING CO.,
AST O R I A . OREGON.
For the. best
SHO E, see
L. H. HENNINGSEN CO. 1
Assist the Poor
Salvation Army Officers Will Dis
tribute Good Things to
ne cuy acnoola held apporprlate
llianksjrlving day exervlws yesterday
an flonationa or food uj clothing
were made by the pupils that will add
to the comfort and pleasure of many
poor families today. The gifts will be
turned over to Captain Holton, of the
Salvation Army, who will distribute
them vhvre they will be most accept
able and most needed. Captain Holton
has been Investigating the city's poor
lor the past several weeks and has
learned that there are 27 families
who would be without a speiiul
dinner If they are not provided for by
the public. Yesterday the pupils re
sHnded liberally to their teasrer's re-
request to assist their less fortunate
nefehbom, with the result that many
will enjoy good . dinners today who
would otherwise not".
At the Shlvety school the program
was particularly line and the moms
elaborately decorated. There were
many ladles present and they greatfy
enjoyed the pupils' efforts. Grades
six and -seven combined and the pro
gram was as folows:
Hymn, f'Come Ye Thankful People."
school; reading. President's Proclama
tion, Johanna Dench; reading, "Thanks
giving In Egypt. Ruby Crohn; reading,
Jewish Thanksgiving, Gayle Roberts;
reeding. "Greek and Roman Thanks
giving," M. Knutsen; reading, Thanks
giving in England. Charlie Hood;
reading, "The Pilgrim's Thanksgiving.
Dorthy Thomson; reading, Washing
ton's Thanksgiving, A. Grossman; read
Ing. Our Thanksgiving. Mary Gustaf-
son; son. There's a time in each year,
sixth grade: "recitation. Thanksgiving
Lesson, Otto Voss; song, "Thanksgiv
ing tide, Chester Mcintosh, Melville
Morton, Frank Johnson.Norman Smith;
Thanksgiving exercise, eighteen girls
of the sixth grade; hymn, ''Clod Bless
Our Native Land."
The little tots In room one recited !
to the face lightly and tried a vicious
Irfl u Inar for the Jaw. hut missed. He
then swung hard with the light, but
received a left hook to the Jtvw that
made hint wince. Fits backed ''
and Gardner sH In a glancing left to
the fae. Fits Wot In two hard rlalit
to the Jaw nt they closed In. and block
d right uppcrvut for the Jaw.
limin.l is nnntner forced Fits to
the ropes, but Fits cume back with
left to the he. id. Gardner slipped t
the floor and Fit assisted him to his
foet. Gardner sent n straight left to
Flt' nose and followed with two more
weak lefts to the fnee. Kits smiling.
Fit swung a left for the head. lnt It
want mimm! ilzii'iliier's neck. Fll
missed a swing for the head anil tl.tid
tier rushed In Itul kt left '!'
the holy. Gardner then t In several
rood Hunts to the body ami KM 'nt
him back with a rlitht swing l H
head. The hell rami, with Gardner
Round JO-Fltl led with a right for
the head. Gardner sot In a light right
to the stomach. Gardner swung tne
lu-ht t. lw.lv and in a inlxnp landed
several lefts and rights to the body
Thao .ii,whl mid the referee could
hardly separate them. Fits sent a
straight left to the face and both met
Clung to each other, Gardner mg
most of the hanging on. Gardner was
clinging to Fits aajhe nnal r"""
and Referee Qraney could not sfparate
them. Graney promptly gave the de
cision to Flit, and the unnouncetnenl
was greeted with che-?r.
WILL RETRIEVE LOST rORTlNE.
New York, Nov.iS.-Ulscharged from
the Queen's comity Jail ye-ieiia.
where he has Just completed n sentence
of three months for vagrancy. William
Stuthoff announced his determination,
despite his St years, to In Imck he for
tune which he lost, lie is said to nave
been a millionaire nt one time. Many
years ago his affianced w Ife, Mary
Jones, was killed In a railroad wreck.
Stuthcff then -legle.ied his business
and his fortune was wiped out.
SULLIVAN BELT SOLD AT At'CTWN.
New York, Nov. John I.. Sulll-
van's famous $10,iHH) diamond tail has
been sold at auction for J3W. I he belt
was given Sullivan by the i-UUeiis of
Boston, July 4, ISST. and has now Wn
ntirchused bv a bowery dealer. The belt
and sang with the vim and earnestness WM pawned about a year ago and was
characteristic of well-trained young- ' u M ftn unr,.Jl.t.IIU.l p,.,iK(.. The
sters. The first number was a flag , purchuS(?r llUends to us.- It for display
wuuiauon ina was louowra ay me purp0!leg m a curIoMy shop. The belt
school singing "America." The rest of c0slsl9 of c?sfnt mit-ls of gold, weigh
the program was made up of the fol- . ,700 .,ennyw,i,;ht and studded with
lowing numbers:. Recitation, When 1 1 m dianiond. varying In sle from one
sit by Grandpa, Wetsei Grifnn; TnanK-, ha)( cara, lo one UJul olw hM , arat.
ful for Thanksgiving, Ruesei fox; rne
Trial Test and Subsequent Work
ol Chinook Is Highly
The effective work that the dredge
Chinook accomplished yesterday and
Tuesday In the lower harbor ami on
the bar has convinced Astorlens thut
the work to be done will be thorough,
The machinery Is In perfect condition
and both In the teat work of Tuesday
and later when the dredge moved dow n
to the bar no breakdown occurred. I'u-
less the unforseen takes place the depth
at the bar Will be Increased rapidly,
only a, few weeks being required to
make an ImperesnUm, It l pointed out
that on a favorable tide 10.000 tuna of
sand' ran be deposited In the bins and
dumped Into the sea. as It required
but four minutes for the dred to
dump the first load of dirt, 490 tons. It
la clear thai this part of the work Is
to be dispatched with striking rapidity
The discharges go far have taken place
three miles out at sea.
Yesterday the dredge continued to
work at the south channel, but late In
the afternoon came farther In and u
m the vicinity of the railway draw.
bridge, ' , ,
V party of Astorlans was on board
he Chinook while the first teat work
was going on and all expres the highest
gratification at the result.
WYOMING MORSE TflCiP TAKEN.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov, J5. Kherlff
Webb and deputies have arrived at
'asiwr with Tom O'Day, Friends of
the the prisoner lay In waiting for the
posse. Intending to deliver him, but
were not successful. The succeeded,
however. In getting away with the
bunch of stolen horses found InO'Day's
Mssesslon when he was arrested.
O'Day Is carefully guarded by a large
posse of armed men on account of
hreats to lynch him, and also for fear
his friends may try to rescue him.
Fine Stationery-Xmas Cards
RiSSiV Burnt Wood Souvenirs
r TTi Beautiful Paintings
I ' . and Paintings
X g SVENSON'S BOOKSTORE
Great Eastern Furniture Co.
mi COM M ICItt'IAL 8T,
V SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK V
Ojaiue window shadei 35c
quality at 25c
15c Brass Extension rods
(or 1 fie
1 5cCorrogtetI cottage poles
in white, four feet long
Decorated cups and saucers
in semi porcelain a for 25c
Iron bed from $2.60 UP
6 Hole steel range the big.
gest value ever offered
worth $i$ co this week
for r $29.50
Wood seat high back chair ,
worth' 65c this week . . 50c
All linen warp matting Bice
patterns all this week at
Heating stoves $2.25 UP
Upholsterer and Furniture Dealer.
Handlei Stoves, Tinwart sad Second Hand Goods.
504 BOND STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON.
PHONE, RED 2305
; The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
Judge for yourself when you examine Ihe stock.
' SPLENDID LOT OF RINGS
Tnat cannot be duplicated in Astoria.
J. H. SEYMOUR
Can give you Bargains.
Everything Rrst Class.
Oen Day Jnd Night
120 Wh St- next doori CrWia Bro. "
A , and sdjolftinj the Office Salooa ,
u..t- 1 ,
e Best the MarKet Affords.
Reason Why. Nancy Welch; The
Thajiksylvlng dinner, Mabel Lawn
and Ruth Mcintosh; The Doll's Thanks
giving, Laura Mark; Giving, Jessie
Garner; Work and rest, Adele Oberg;
GivMg Love, Vallle Welch; My Little
Piece, Vance Ferguson. Aside from
thew there were class recitations and
drills that elicited much praise from
the parents present.
Rooms two and three rendered good
class work, individual recitations be
ing by Clara Sanden and Stuart Smith.
The last time the famous trophy of
Sulllvii's 'juglllstic i-nnv'K was on
view, was when the fortm-r Until' cham
pion was In business in New Y'rk
FITZ BESTS GARDINER
(Continued from First page.)
They danced around the ring fully a
minute without a blow being landed.
Gardner kept pegging away at Fltz
but the latter easily got out of harm's
way. Gardner sent In two straight
lefts to the face and a light left to the
body. Fit swung a hard right to the
jaw, sending Gardner to the floor. He
was up within two seconds.
Round -U. Gardner sent in two
straight lefts to the face and was short
with straight lefts and rights to the
body. Fitz followed this up with hard
left hooks to the Jaw and hard right
to the body. Swinging fiercely, he sent
the Lowell man to the floor for five
seconds. Fltz then missed a rearrui
right swing for the jaw and dashed
Gardner against the ropes. Gardner
looked groggy. The blood was stream
ing from his nose, and as they went
into a. clinch the crowd hissed Oara-
ner for hitting as be held on to me
lanky Cornlshman. Fltz swung his
right to the Jaw and put Gardner to
the ropes. He followed the eastern
man around the rinfc and miesea a
right swing, as the bell sounded, that
would have ended the flght had It tend
ed. Gardner was groggy wnen ne wem
to his corner.
nound 15 Fit swung with the left,
bit mlstt, (Cnd they clinched. Emerg-
mbsed a hard swing tor uie
Gardner succeeded In getting
-in left to the Jaw, fFltz
drove his rfeht to the body and sfifted
Carelessness is respnstble for many
a railroad wreck and the same causes
are maklnj human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lunic trouble. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Const.mi'tlon, Couchs
and Colds, even the worst cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation Is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Crag of
Dorchester. Ma;., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This great remedy Is
guarantied for all Throat and Lung
diseases by Charles Rogers, Druggist.
Price 60 c, and $1. Trial bottles free.
BiW, a ill
In a San'
p. a. trullingerI
" Cigars; tind Tobaccos
- The Edison Graihaphone, Disc and Circular.
Agent for the Portland Safe and Lock Company.
" " Best on the market.
AQTflDI a nrtcr-niu kyirove nis rnsm w u. 7
AOIUK1A, UtUUiNFjt t0 the head, cleverly evadingAoun
i T'-rr Flti fought carefully an
bo well os nicely laundried linen. We have the neatest
and most sanitary laundry in the state and do the best
work. All White help.
The Troy Laundry
Oor. Tenth and Dnane St.
bis blows count. He landed a left and
right swing for the Jaw, and came
near laiidlng another for the same
place. fFitz Jarred Gardner with
bard right swing to the Jaw and a left
hook to the body. Gardner again
stalled. Fits landed another right
swWsr on the law. This was Fltz'
Round 18-GiWdner came up lame,
He put left aad right on Bob's face
and forced h!m Into a corner. Fita
tame back with a Stinging straight left
to the face. - Flu swung hard with the
right for the Jaw, but Gardner ducked
it. Gardner mixed matters, but Fits
caught him with a short-arm left to
the face. Fitz caught Gardner on the
head with a hard right swing and cov.
ered up well - Thus far Gardner had
put up a very disappointing flght.
Round 17 -They spent much time In
sparring, Fltz looking for another op
ening. Fitz was short with a straight
left for the body and Gardner put in
a right to the head, forcing Fltz to the
ropa. In the muup tnat ronoweo
Fitz did some clever blocking. Gard
ner feot bis left high on the body and
Fitz missel left swings for the jaw
and body, ,
Round lS-3ardner forced Fltz about
the ring, missing left and right swings
for the Jaw.- Gardner swung a right
Walter geaborg nnd his f:ithr, B
A. Seabore, wre over from llwaco
(3. C. FuU'n returned yesterday
from Salem where he argued a rose be
fore the supreme court.
0. W. Ranmim, representing Lang
ley & Michaels Co., of fun Fnuwlsoo,
ivhs In Astoria, yesterday.
M. 1!. Tioi'irlh came down from
Portland yesterday to apend Thanks
giving day with his family.
H. L. Sl'ler, the well known port
land litilroad man, was In the city yes
terday In the Interests of the Chicago
Postmaster Reed Informs The Ato
rlan that there will be no free deliv
ery today. The window will be open
at the usual time for holidays.
Mrs. 3. B. Nye and Mrs. J. W.
Howfirton have returned from Port
land to their home In llwaco. They
pissed through the city yesterday.
Joseph Grtblcr writes from Marsh
field" that he has successfully launched
Into existence a new aerie of Eagles.
He will remain this week to give them
safe guidance through the first meet
Jack Allen, J. A. Regan, Jake Wedel
Wilson SUne and George Ohler went to
Vaneouvjp last night They will root
for thejf'omm.TcialsJfit the bfg game I
today. . f
W. W. Whipple frr!vd In the ctt.
last nfght from Bioda. Mr. Whlprj
will nmialn here for a few days a
then leave for '.he east. While a
he will visit different points on the
Mrp. Abercromble left Tuesday even
Ing tux Montana where she will make
her home with her daughter. Mrs
Abercromble was accompanied as far
as Seattle by her son, C. H. Aber
Elijah Smith, of Boston, who was
formerly one of the leading officials of
the Orogon Railroad ft Navigation Com
pnny. is In the city. Mr. Smith came
lo-.in yesterday with L. B. Seelcy, the
well known transportation man, and
the two are registered tt the Occident.
R. K, Gaston, engineer of the rock
rusher,, broke two bones In his right
forenoon yesterday by getting Itcaugbt
in a sprocket wheel of the machine
Fort'irately he was extracted from
his perilous position before he was
more seriously injured. As It Is he will
have to be Idle for some weeks.
INFANT WRITES GOO0 MUSIC
London, Nov. 15. The Waltxwndili
Lereve," which is now being played
y Dim Godfrey's band at Rvurne-
mouth, was comiiosed by a child named
Max Darewski. three years ago. The
composer, who Is now only 8 years uf
age, vlll shortly appear In concerts as
n pianist and conductor.
Thin Ilnrtlly F.xpress M'hnt
torlu People Say of It.'
Any itchiness of the skin Is annoying.
Lltttv danger In llchlng skin dis
eases but they make you miserable.
I loan's Ointment Is a never-falling
For plies, eczema and all Itching
Astorlu citizens endorse It.
Mrs. Helen Lewis, who lives at 52
Astor street, says: "I consider Doan's
Ointment ths best remedy of Its kind 1
ever uied. Every winter for the past
10 or 12 years 1 was troubled with a
breaking out around my mouth and
lips. Sometimes the cracks at either
corners of my lips were so sore 1 could
hardly speak. I could look for this an
noyance as soon as cold weather com
menced, and It annoyed me until warm
weather net In. Nothing I could do
had any effect on It. I finally read
about Doan's ointment and got a box
at Charles Rogers' drug store on Com
mercial street. A few applications of
this wonderful remedy cured It up com
pletely and I have not had any trouble
since. It Is flow over three montns
since I used it."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
per box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo.
.V. Y sole agents for the U. 8.
Remember the . name Doan's and
take no substitute.
We carry the largest line of Lounges, Conches ami Kofni in the city.
Let us figure with you on furnishing your home; we tun do it in
gooil style. We sell the famous Ohio Steel Range best on erth.
Agents for the New Home Sewing Machine; prim away down.
NEW BARGAINS FOR TODAY
' A LIFE SAVER
Many lives are annually destroyed by
diseases resulting from faulty plumbing
Bs sure your plumbing Is dona by an
expert, and save annoyance and dan
ger. Gas and steam fitting, heating,
tinning, etc Fixtures In stock.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY,
428 Bond street. 'Phone 10IL
S. DANZIGER a COMPANY
Cor. 11th and Commercial Sts.
Sole Agents for
Stein-Bloch Clothing, Hawes $3 Hats
Dutchess Warranted Trousers.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the money
If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25c. tf
CALL ON THEM.
433 Commercial street.
; Electrical Contractors.
R. J. OWENS, Proprietor. 'Phone 8jt
Gils Jlrookn. Manager, , . '
Fine Bar and the Best of Liquors and Cigars
i Eighth and Artor Street . . .. Astoria, Oregon. -
HATS TRIMMED FREE,
Has Just received a
Full line of
Military Raglans for ladles. Com and
. see before purchasing slsswhsrt.
Complete Furnishing Goods, Hair:
Switch's and Pompedours.
MRS. R. INGLETON,
, Welch Block.
Four chain at the Occident barber;
shop, No use to miss everything wait
ing for a shave. First-class artists and
by ths war this Is ths placa to get a
bath. Everything ths vsrr best. tf,
New stock of fancy goods just arrtv
ed at Yokohama Bszasf. Call and sm
ths latest novelties from Japan.
Upper Astoria has a place whevs you
can gt a fins glass 01 peer, as good
wines and liquors as you can And any
place In ths city. '
tf Oppo4lU Kopps Drswery.
COALI COAU C0AL1
It you want your money's worth
Ring 'Phone 1311.
GEO. W. SANBORN, Agt.
STILL IN THE LEAD &
Dainty eaters, people with hfttrty
appetites theater parties, and aUVther
parties find what they deslrs and soma
to appreciate at lbs Toks Point oyster
house. Ths choicest viands In tbs mar.
ket are there served In most pleasing
style. Open all nU,-ht Private rooms.
Mirror Baths mre kept open on Sun'
day for baths. For flrt-claia work in
ths tonsorisi line, call at ths Mirror
Raths. 636 Commercial street. Astoria,
Oresao. . ; a-w-tf
BE3T 18-CBNT MEAL.
Ton will always find ths best lie
meal In ths city at ths Rising Sun res
taurant, No. SU Commercial Street
J. V, Burns sold 10,000 La Imperials
during the month of October, last, an
Increase of 2,000 over soles for ths cor.
responding month last year. - tf
jror gooa, reliable piano work ses
your local tuner, Tb. Frsderlckson,
2071 Bond stres. ' Phons 2074 Red.
DBNSMORB TYPEWRITER. .
We sell, rent, and repair all makM of
typewriters. Writs for nsw catalogue
of .New Densmors. " '
Huxley, Ryan Co.,
12 Fourth Street Portland, Or.
ABOUT AUSTRALIAN C0AI.
Coal Is ths best fuel,
Australian Is ths best coal,
Tou don't have to hlrs It spilt,.
It burns without seasoning,
No large spacs required for It;
Australian coal excells all others,
It makes less ashes and dirt,
It keeps a hot even firs, ' '
It Is tbs cheapest fuel,
Call up phone 1961 for coal,
Ws deliver It for you.
No charge for delivery. "' V
i ELMORE A CO:
': NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
A fifteen per cent dividend will be
paid the stockholders of ths Rulldlnr
A-Loan Land Company upon presen
tation of their certificates of stock to
21-28 W. Ii tmnn a-....-i.. .
Offlcs COnstruqtlng nuart.rmaster.
Astoria, Ors., November, , 100S.
Sealed proposals, In trlnllehf. .tit k
received at this offlcs until 10 u'ciock a.
m December 4. 1W8. an ik
'0V,Uv",hJng iu -ry materials'
and labor for sinkln wM a,..n.
Ore., a grouo of iv .i-i.u 1
.. - - v'A-i'ii'n wens iv
a depth of. approximately, eighty feet
and testing sams. Unit.d mie. .
serves ths right to reiect . , an .
tlons can bs obtained at this offlcs.
Envelopes should bs marked "Pro
posals for sinking wells- ,d
to Captain Ooodals, Astoria, Oregon.