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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8.
Pin Money Pickles
ROSS, HIGGINS &).
Good Goods Our Specialty.
When the owners call for them, the
arrests mny be made. The sustention
will doubtless be acted upon.
It's quite a treat to look at the
new full line of wooleni now on special
display at Cooper's. They'll be there
until Saturday only, so don't postpone
See the novelties In brass at, the
Little nook Store.
For rent Nine-room house. Inquire
at Astoria National bank.
Tor Rent Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping;. 15 Tenth street.
For Itent -Lunre front room, well
furnished. Inquire nt Antorlun office.
For Kent Nkcly-furnlshed
front room. Inquire at 287
For Itent A few unfurnished rooms
over Star theater, cheap. Apply to
manager Star theater.
Oet your pears for canning and
grapes for jelly before they art all
gone. All fresh fruits, vegetables and
groceries are right at the Astoria Oro-
cerr. (23 Commercial street Phone
The Imperial oyster house Is pre
pared to furnish Shoajwattr bay oys
ters In quantities of pints and quarts
to supply the family trad. Colonial
oysters always on hand.
The Astoria Dancing Club will give
Its regular Saturday evening ball on
the evening of Saturday, October I, at
the Hanthorn hall. A general Invi
tation U extended to dancers to at
tend. Send names and addresses to this
mce and have copies of Tuesday's
Astorlan containing the Astoria arti
cle by Herman Wise mailed to any
body you wish, free of charge any
number of copies.
Wanted Ten men and boys to help
ei't up opera chlrs. Apply at Star
theater early this morning.
The funeral of Olof Mortensen will
he conducted from the residence of
his parents on Thirty-third street at
1:10 p. m. today.
Tho first meeting for the season of
the city teachers' association will be
held lit the Shlvely school building at
0 : SO o'clock this morning. ..
Strauss Bros.' man was kept busy
yesterday showing woolens and taking
measures for men's suits at C. II
Water consumers will take notice
that Monday, October 10, Is the last
day on which to pay water rates to
avoid payment of the penalty charged
Have your clothes made to order,
guaranteed to fit and be measured by
Strauss Bros.' expert at Cooper's store,
today and tomorrow.
There will be services a( the Nor
wegian Evangelical Lutheran church
tomorrow at 10:45 a. m. and at 7:30
p. m., In the Norwegian language.
Meeting of the congregation a! 3 p. m.
Strauss Bros, always show elegant
goods for men's tailoring, but this time
they outdo every previous effort as
Is evident by the lint of woolens In
the piece now being displayed at C.
II. Cooper's store.
The agitation against leaving wagons
standing on the streets Is growing, and
it Is probable some arrests will shortly
be made.. The street superintendent
has control of this matter, but his time
Is fully occupied with other matters.
City Attorney Smith suggests that the
police round up all wagons some night
and take them to police headquarters.
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
For Fishing Boats and Launches
ARE THE MOST ECONOMICAL AND SATISFACTORY
Before purchasing do not fail to see
For further particulars inquire of
O. M. M'lUtlDE, at Fonrd J5; Stokes Co.' Store.
Come and see
Big Cut Rate Sale
homes. Now is the time.
gSvenson's Book Store
I People of Moderate Means
Who contemplate furnishing a new home
or remodeling an old one should investi
.. gate the
: FURNITURE STOCK :
Carried by us, because there is a great
aaving to be made in each purchase. When
you see our stock and learn of our reason
able prices you will then know how well
we can please you. : :
:CHAS. heilborn a SON :
; Astoria s Leading House Furnishers
The British kurk Owefene yesterday
took a berth at Elmore dock, where
she will discharge 1200 ons of coal for
Elmore k Co.
The contract for repairing the build
ing occupied by Ross, lllggins A Co..
which was recently damaged by Are,
was awarded yesterday to William
Miller, whose bid was $1500.
Miss Hamrlck, who brings such pret
ty novelties west each season, opens
a display at C. It. Cooper's today and
will give free lessons for a week when
materials art purchased. Smart de
signs for waists In the new eyelet and
A big slide In the cut near the
summit of the hill has again delayed
the construction of the branch logging
road which the Depp River Logging
Company Is building to the Kusel river.
The fish warden has received a let
ter from the superintendent of the
Umpq.ua hatchery stating that he has
secured 2.C0O.OOO spring chlnook egg.
This Is the largest number ever secur
"The Model Church of Today" and
"The Upward and Downward Way,"
art the subjects chosen for sermons
at the Baptist church tomorrow. All
tht other regular services will be ob
served as usual,
Have you seen the new browns and
grays In fall woolens for men's made-to-order
pants? You'll find them In
profusion at Cooper's store In Strauss
Bros.' extensive assorment of piece
goods. Only two days, so don't delay
In getting around. You're welcome,
whether you order or not.
Your phone orders will have our
prompt attention. Call up No. 681.
Our stock of fresh and canned fruits
and vegetables and all kinds of pro
visions Is fresh and choice. Our prices
are down to bedrock. Astoria uro
eery, Mi Commercial street
Architect Lazarus, who was down
from Portland yesterday, sampled As'
torla beer and pronounced It an ex
cellent article. Ho ordered a case of
beer sent to the Portland Hotel for
his use. The popularity of the bever
age Is growing, and It Is now used
In many western cities.
For years Strauss Bros, have been
making clothes for Astoria s best
dressers. A special representative Is
In charge of a great display of new
fall woolens at Cooper's store. It will
pay you to call and have a talk with
Strauss Bros.' man. He'll give you
some pointers on the proper attire for
The opera chairs for the Star thea
ter, which were ordered when tha thea
ter was built, have Just arrived from
Chicago, and will be placed at once.
Manager Oevurts wishes to apologise
to the public for the delay In their In
stallatlon and to assure his patrons
that everything possible will be done
for their comfort.
The case against Lawrence Sullivan
will be called before Justice Goodman
next week. Mr. Sullivan was arrest-
You must dress; thercfoiV attend
to it ; not in order to rival or to
excel a fop in it, but in order to
avoid singularity, and consequently
Lord Chesterfield to his ton.
Your apparel will
always conform to
correct standards if
it bears this label
J Equal to fine cuilonv-made
in all out price. J The makers
guarantee, and ours, with
every garment. We are
Exclusive gents in this city.
ed upon a charge of using a revolver
In the streets of Seaside, His arrest
grew out of the shooting affray In
which Frank Moody shot Sullivan. The
last-named was allowed to go on his
own recognizance, having first prom
Ised to appear In court whenever the
authorities wanted him. Moody was
fined f 50, end it Is likely Sullivan will
be taxed a similar amount.
During the past month the realty
market has been unusually lively and
many deeds and records have been
filed for record. The rjish has result
ed In much hard work ftx Deputy
County Clerk Trulllnger, who finds it
difficult to keep pace with buyers and
sellers. The present activity Is re
garded as an excellent slgs, particu
larly In view of the latenens of the
season. Many of the transfers record
the sale of city property.
Btnator Fulton's tour with Senator
Fairbanks has brought the Oregon
senator into prominence, and he has
been very kindly received by the peo
ple wherever he has spoken. The sen
ator delivered his first big address at
Sun Francisco, and his speech was a
humorous gem. At all of the cities
and towns at which he spoke he was
received with marked enthusiasm, and
the papers of the coast towns declar
ed that he was one of the most peas
Ing orators who ever toured the coast
section. Senator Fulton joined the
Fairbanks party after Senator Dolliver
was taken III at Portland.
At the last meeting of the city
council a communication was present
ed by the carpenter's union to the ef
fect that the Star theater building was
In unsafe condition, and asking an In
vestigation. The matter was referred
to the committee on public property,
which caused an examination by four
contractors. The contractors made a
thorough examination of the building,
and yesterday prepared the following
statement: "To the Public We, the
undersigned contractors and builders
of Astoria, do hereby desire to Inform
the citizens of Astoria that we have,
after careful examination of all foun
dations and other parts of the Star
theater In this city, found the same to
be absolutely safe In all respects." The
statement Is signed by Mayor Supre
nat, Councllmen Lebeck and Hansen
and Contractor J. E. Ferguson.
An Interesting case was argued and
submitted before Judge McBrlde at
yesterday's session of the circuit court
Casciato and Ragnone, laborers.
brought suit to foreclose a mechanic's
leln against the Oregon Timber A
Lumber Company for work done on a
logging road. The question brought
to the attention of the court was as to
whether the suit should have been
brought under the mechanic's leln law
or under the railroad leln law. The
matter was thoroughly argued by the
attorneys and Judge McBrlde will ren
der a decision laer. The point Involved
Is a nice one and the court's decision
Is awaited with Interest, as many
cases of the ktnd are apt to be started.
The case of William Ross vs. M. J.
Kinney, an action to recover $2000 al
leged to be due on a promissory note,
was also argued and submitted yesterday.
S. Schmidt went to Portland yester
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hawkins, of
Ilwaca, are in Astoria.
County Judge Trenchard Is In Port
land for a short stay.
Captain George C. Flavel Is In Port
land on a short business trip.
' H. S. Lyman returned last night
from a trip up the railroad line.
P. J. McGowan, the veteran cannery
man, was In the city yesterday.
George Plckernell was out yesterday,
for the first time since his Illness.
A. C. Little, former fish commis
sioner of Washington state, Is In the
P. S. Brumby,' a prominent timber
man, was down yesterday from Port
land. A. B. Maclellan, of San Francisco,
Is among the late arrivals at the Oc-1
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Laird and Mrs,
R. Laird, of Colfax, Wash., are visit
ing in the city.
A. M. Simpson, San Francisco's mil
lionaire tlmberman, arrived In the city
last evening to look after local inter
. George W. McMillan, a well-known
football coach, was down from the me
tropolis yesterday In the interests of
a wholesale house.
Philip Minor, Frankfort, Wash.
T. H. McGlll, Cathlamet
iJeuner Parker, John Days.
J. H. Kneal, Portland.
At the Owl Drug Sttre
Sunday hour 12 to 2
No Charge for Examining the Eyes
AS A RULE
We do not advertise, but when we have a good
Six Hole Range for $22.50
We think the people should know it.
W. C. LAWS a CO. SSi
FOARD & STOKES CO,
Our strongest argument in favor of WarnerVRust Proof
Oorset8,!is ia the CORSETS THEMSELVES. .: : :
The Newest Shapes
are in our stock anxious to speak for themselves. BE
FITTED and feel the persuasion of their argument : :
j to ST MOOT i
FOARD i STOKES CO.
We have made especial preparation frfr supplying
the needs of workingmen in footwear. We invite
you to inspect a complete assortment of highest grade
Strictly one price to all and that the lowest Every ' 1
customer satisfied is the rule with
Wherity, Ralston $ Company
THE LEADING SHOE DEALERS