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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1903)
ASTORIA, OREGON,. MONDAY, DECEMBER 281903. '
, , As a business proposition, it pays to trade at
home, conditions being equal as to the value
offered but . when you can get a better article at
home on as good terms there is an added reason
for patronizing the home institution. , ;
Do You Drink Beer?
If you do, then why not drink the best? Beer
is not a necessity, but a luxury, and if you must
have a luxury of that kind, then get an article that
is absolutely pure, and which is made at home by
THe; North Pacific Brewing Company. Phone 21.
Realizing Astoria's need of greater facilities for the accommoda
tion of the traveling publie, I have leased the Astoria Hotel, Seven
teenth street near Commercial, and am now prepared to aeoom modal
guests. , ' ,
COUNTRY TRADE, SOLICITED-
Good board, a table well supplied with whqlesome food, eomfort
able rooms, reasonable rates and courteous treatment to guests com
bine to make the Astoria Hotel all that is desirable to the public ,
, JACOB DENCK, Prop.
217 Seventeenth Street, : : ' : ." Astoria, Ore
NOTICE TO HOUSEWIVES.
In order to make home happy, good meals are indis
pensible, but you cannot have good meals if the principal
jpart the beef is poor. We are prepared to furnish the
very choicest ' 1
FRESH AND SALTED MEATS
'as well as Poultry, Fish and' Game in season.' Fresh
Crabs every Wednesday and Friday. -
.Astoria JWeat, Fish and Poultry Market,.
Malar & Johnson, Proprietors.
TwelftH St. - Astoria.
Dr. N. H. Stewart
Booms In Kinney building
Over Grlffln't Book Store
Dr. T. L. Ball
EH Commercial street. Astoria Or..
Garpentep and Builder
Special attention given to the construction ol
one DnuuflH ana residence Duuaings.
Offices, Odd fellows Bldft., Tenth (and Com
merciai sis.. Aswna. vie
I u a u n n r n n nn a n n :t
l ne imperial uysier
: and Chop House
P. GALLAGHER, Manager
Toke Point and Shoalwater Bay Oysters.
First Class pooklng Guaranteed. We Make a
Specialty of Coffee.
8 COMMERCIAL STREET. Opposite Petersen & Brown's, a
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I , We have just received a large (
consignment of seasonable Cloth
ing, and feel confident of our
abili:y to please in this as in all
e. h: cooper's
THE LEADING HOUSE OF ASTORIA.!
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ethejo Bishop Hicks of Tark City, utan.
ando ' Alias Lee Herring, Skipper .
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BUI Munford, ' v " r., 0
; . Day Clerk. , Mixologist Q
Finest Wines, liquor and Clars
The National Saloon and Cafe
When you are out for a good
time don't overlook
THE "O. K."
DICK DOHEKTY and GUS PETERSON
ASTOIt ST. ASTOKIA, OR.
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance, Commission and Shipping.
Agent Wells, Fargo and Pacific
Express , Companies, Customs
C. R. THOMPSON
48 Commercial Street,
Dr. Oswald II. BecKman
PHYSICIAN AND SUEQEON
Kinney Building. .' ". Phone No. 2481,
Office hours. 10 A. M. tolls M 2 to 4 PM
7 P.M., to 8 P. M. Sunday tol 2 P M
CHRISTENSEN & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Botchers and Packers
Live stooR bought and sold -8 team
boats, ships and mlllt aupplied
on short notice
Families Sapplied at the komest Hate
Only the better class of patronage
is catered to. Try one and you will
come regularly, Price, IMS oenia.
Ladies' Private Apartments
317 Astor Street
STEINEB & SNOW, Props.
The Finest and Best Liquors in toe City
Kopp's Celebrated Beer
Always on Tap.
...Your Patronage Solicited...
Soott's Santal-Pepslo Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Pot Inflmm.tlOfl er Oitarrh
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lny. AbMfQtelf bMrrala,
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BIM, 1 ban., xfe.
Merry Party at
The White House
Mrs. Roosevelt Entertains Chil
dren of Congressmen
Washington, Dec. 28. Five hundred
children, youthful sons and daughters
of members of the cabinet, senators,
representatives, army and navy offi
cer, members of the diplomatic corps,
assistant secretaries of the various de
partments and Washington news
paper correspondents, were guests of
Mrs. Roosevelt at the White House
Saturday afternoon. The White
House had been decorated beautifully
for this Christmas party. The child
ren were formed in a line on the ter
race. Thence they marched up the
main staircase and across the recep
tion hall to the entrance of the green
room where they were received by
their hostess quite as if they were
grown ups. , '
Just before the first number on the
musical program was rendered, Pres
ident Roosevelt entered the room, tak
ing an inconspicuous seat hear the
green room entrance. He entered thor
oughly into the spirit of the occasion.
The youthful guests were escorted to
the state dining room. After refresh
ments had been served the young peo
ple returned to the east room. There
the older ones danced while the young
er ones played games in the parlors.
The attention shown the children by
Mrs. Roosevelt was so delicate and
graceful that all left the White House
praising their thoughtful, considerate
Bowen Returns to Duty.
New York, Dec. 28. After nearly a
year's absence from his post at Car
acas, Venezuela, Herbert W. Bowen,
minister to Venezuela,' has sailed for
the Venezuelan capltol.
Police Arouse People's Fury.
Eldorado, 111., Dec. 28. The bodies
of John and Louis Choisser who were
xilled by policemen In Los Angeles, ar
rived here Saturday and were met at
the depot by, a vast crowd of people.
The feeling is very bitter against the
police of Los Angeles. D. W. Choisser
and Ned Parish, noted criminal attor
neys, left here today for California to
prosecute the Blayers of Cholssers.
' In Case of Accident.
Accidents will happen. Mother strains
her back lifting a sofa. Father Is hurt
in the shop. Children are forever tell
ing and bruising themselves. There Is
no preventing these things, but their
worst consequences are averted with
Perry Davis' Painkiller. No ; other
remedy approaches It for relief of sore
strained muscles. There is 'but one
Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
Mean to Quit Washington if Sec
retary Hay Does Not Make
Washington, Dec. 28. Unless the
United Stales in a reply which Secre
tary Hay will make to a note of Gen1
eral Riyes', accords to Colombia the
measure of satisfaction which, from
her point of view, she feels herself en
titled to, both General Reyes and Dr.
Hermit will leave this capital. This is
With a view to obtaining light on
this point, Dr. Herran, the Colombian
chaise, called twice today at the resi
dence of Mr. Hay, hut was unable to
see him on ac?ount of his continued Ill
ness. Hope is entertained by both
'Jen. Reyes and DrJ Herran that In the
event of it refusal, of Hay to admit
their contentions the United States
may agree as a last resort to a sub
mission of the proposition to The
Hague arbitration court. It was point
ed out that filing the note was in ac
cordance with the treaty of 1846 which
ijives the contracting party feeling ag
grieved the right to protest. It Is
said that Hay has not Indicated when
he will make nn answer to the note.
New York City
Black Clouds Pressing on a Fog
Bank Turns Day Into
New York, Dec. 28. A driving snow
storm, accompanied by furious squalls,
struck thi city yesterday.' Lowering
black crowds pressed down on a bank
of sea fog and a dense character of
snowfall combined to produce for near
ly halt an hour so deep a darkness that
ligiils Were lit in all down town streets
and along the river front. During
this period many vessels lost their
hearings and the harbor resounded with
whistles. The darkness lifted almost
as quickly as It settled down and the
snow was succeeded by clearing skies,
hi(,h gales and rapidly falling temper
an, the morcury going down 15 de-,
grtes within .hree hours. The mer
cury continued to drop and at 10 o'clock
It toivhad seven degrees above zero.
In nil about a dozen persons were re-
ported by police to have been injured
by foils or flying pieces of debris dur
ing the day.
Fog Caused the Collision,.
Seattle, Dec. 28. The decision : ot
the Inspectors of hulls and boilers who
investigated the collision of the steam
ers Flyer, Bellingham and Dode, De
cember 8th was rendered today. They
decidfd that the collision was unavoid
able owlnj to the heavy fog which pre
vailed on the morning of the accident.
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. Children Killed By Tornsdo.
OothAm, Fla., Dec. 28. A tornado
hns passed over Dundee, a small place
on the Central Georgia1 railway. Sev
eral houses were blown down, two
children were killed, and others badly
Injured. " , ''
Aju Stn opiJaW aJpnr ltio.i;.)
this morning. His next term of court
will be at Oregon City which will con
vene January 4th.
A CoHtly Minlakc.
Blunders are sometimes very expen
sive. Occaslonaly life itself Is the price
of a mistake, but you'll never be wrong
If you take Dr. King's New Life Pills
for dyspepsia, dizziness, headache, liver
of bowel troubles. They are gentle yet
thorough. 25c, nt Chas. Rogers' drug
store. . .
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