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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1904)
riCK . five.'
We are offering o an inducement .all our
JAPANESE IJASKETSuL from
1-3 to 1-2 off regular price
, '-.-. i ', . ; ,v .
for the balance of the' month,, only, so as to ' '
clean up stock for new; &mh arriving, s ' :
ROSS, HIGGINS . CO.
For rent Furnished housekeeping
room: wood stovs in kltchsn., jijvp
Tenth street. H i,.
Hay. that old hat can b cleaned.
blocked and retrlmmed to look nearly
like new lit 433 Commercial strest.
Hit) ftt :S0 a.
Sunday school In En
m. , '
one. ' Homl "of Ihe boyTsW'well up in
political lore and their addresses at
tract , large throng. Many juvenile
orator are orating In behalf bfJudg
ranter. . .!
Follow the crowd on a, Uunday and
you will attend the Star. The new till,
which will start Monduy, will be a
hummer and will contain the big- fea
ture! of the Portland vaudeville ihow
hop. The Star will be the place to
go tomorrow for entertainment and dl
version. It . la- Astoria's fushlonuble
playhouse.' ' ,
Wanted About November 1, house
keeping apartment for mno and wife.;
no children. Address O. R. J., Asto
Inn office. , , H '
, The Imperial oyator house la pre
pared to furnlah Hhoalwaler bay oys
ters In Uitntltl!B of pluta and quarts
to aupply the fatally trade. Colonial
oysters always on "hand.
Just arrived A new lot of Imported
Mllchner herring, Norwegian mack;
rl, etc., at the well-known and pop
ular Bondslreet Huh market, No. 417
Bond street. A complete assortment
of amoked, aalt and canned and fresh
fish, fresh eggs, cheese, fruit, etc., etc.
Illg feet, little feet, pigeon toea.
coma Ifa nil the ame to ua. WY
ton fit you with any kind of footwear
you need and charge no more than you
pay for uaatlafactory good elaewhere.
We are part'cu'"''1. familial1 with the
tmda of children alio. Bend or bring
the boyt and glrt to Peteraon &
Drown. ' V, ,
Where are you golngT Why, to have
my hat cleansed, like new at 411 Com
TM Kunter Point cannery , of J. T.
rtarrln packed 41,000 caaea of aalmon
this season. Of the pack 34,000 caaea
. br, 3. A. lU'gan'a dental offices have
been, removed from 6i Commercial
atreet, otfer the A. Dunbar Company's
store, to- the corner of Tenth and Com
umrrlut atreeta, over A. V. AHen'a.
'Toothsome dainties for foatldloua
diners and "substantial muscle makers
for those, who till can alwaya be found
fresh and pure at the popular Aatorln
Grocery, 623 Commercial atreet. Phone
81." Prompt delivery.
The porcaa Society ' of the First
"Lutheran church will give a social at I
the church thla evenlngv A program
of vocul and Inatrumental music will
be rendered and refreahmenla served.
At the morning aervlce at thla church
tomorrow the pastor, rtevciustaf E.
Itydqulst, will preach In 8wedlah. Ilia
ubject wlll.be "From Faith toiltol"
The evening aervlce will be In, Eng
llNh and the aubject will be "A Ch'rla-
. Pr. Ray JPttlmer will preach at the
Methodlat tshurch Sunday night. Hie
ubject. will be, "Waa Jeaua Chrlat the
Bon 'of ' Clod r A apeclal Invitation
hna been egtended to lawyer, doctor
judgee. merchant, edltora and teach
era to attend, although It la hoped the
attendance will be general.
All the imuul aervlcea will be ob
aerved at the Oaptlat church tomor
row except the evening aermon at 7:!I0.
The congregation will join the union
meeting ftt the Method!! church. The
union revival aervlcea will be hold at
the Baptlat church during the week.
beginning with Monday -evening. '
An Aatorlan who hua returned from
a New York vlelt report a decided
novelty in campaign work there thla
year, ttoya a're employed by tht earn
piilgii' "com'tnttte" to' attdreaa '' fctreet
crowd, and the apectacte of lada of
15. J. 17 and 18 delivering polltl
cal apeechea to crowds on the public
thoroughfare la not an uncommon
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
For Fishing Boats and Launches
ARE THE MOST ECONOMICAL AND SATISFACTORY
Before purchasinjf do not Jail to see- ,
f For further particulars inquire of ; -';
U. M, M'OltlDE, Qeatiqnartert at Foard A Stokes Oo.'l Store, ' '
This Is the Last WeeK S
CUT RATE SALE I
H rW- : -A
Some very fino I'tistel
paintings will be sold very
cheap this week.
Svenson's Booh Store I
- . .
Winter is Coniihg ;
Get your heating stove of CHAS. IIEILBORN" SON, whtf
tnt(ir IdPcvAof oiil AriAat lino nf
j neaung aioves m ineuiy j
For Wood or Coal.
t Economical Burners. Low Prices. J
4 "VVe will soon have another assortment of those fine
open-front Franklin stove? which the people like so well. ;
: CHAS. HEILBORN SON :
The Complete House Furnishers.
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A tetter waa received lut night from
the manager of the Albany college foot-
ball team accepting the proportion of
the Commercial Club for a game here
November S. Thla mean that the
Eighth Infantry team, of Vancouver,
Wah, will play at Aatorla November
11. The Commercial players are ex
pected to show up nightly for prac
Manager Oevurtx, of the Star, will
give away at x today' and Sunday
matlneee to women1 jam! ; children
souvenir portrait of the fitnicU Helm
children, who' are regarded as Ihe clev
erest of their age In the show bualness.
During their engagement In Astoria
the little tots , have delighted' large
houes, and they will be seen here for
the last time Sunday night.
A atatement showing the aiweitsed
valuation In the various school dis
tricts of the county waa made pub
lic yesterday, at the office of the coun
ty clerk. The atatement also shows
the.asesed valuation In cltlee aiid
towns, as follows: Astoria, 11.854,
88; Clatsop, $164,301; Warrenton
1101,1109; New Astoria, 1(1,137; Seaside
$'5.(S4; outside of titles and town,
$2,184,205; total, $4,25.7.' '
Mrs. 'Albert Hill, of Push, this
county, was yesterday adjudged insane
and committed to the state hospital
Bhe was tukento Salem last evening
by Sheriff Llnvllle, Deputy Anderson
and a woman attendant Mrs. Hill
lost her reason about, two weeks ago.
She Is violently Insane and much diffi
culty was experienced in restraining
her, She Is SO years of age,-a native
of Finland nd probably Is'' 'pVma
nenUy, afflicted. .i., ; j . j
, Chalres H. ' Stockton, chief of the I
Astoria fire department yesterday ten
dered hi resignation, to ,take effect
November , 1. !(.The resignation
handed to Chairman Lelnenweber, of
the council committee on , Are
water, and at Monday night's meeting
It will be acted upon and Chief Stock
ton's successor elected. Mr. .Stockton
had been fire chief since June ,11, 1807,
when the W'd tlrt department waa or
ganised. There are two aspirants (or
his place C. E. Foster and W.'j.
and then wire his father for trans
pnrtiitlon hoin, having made good, his
boast that he could cross the country
without Hi- t-xpendlture of a penny for
railroad fare. Young 'James 1 about
24, and, while his appearance after
his strange Juunt Is not as tidy as it
might be, he converses like a man who
has been well educated and reared.
It I repotted that A. M. Smith will
aguln ask the democratic nomination
for city attorney, although there" is
promise of a. fight against him In the
convention. George W. Morton Is al
so reported to be desirous cl 're-
nomination by the democrats for the
council, while John Nordstrpm. in the
Third ward, may be endorsed by the
democrats unless some unterrlfled
stalwart rises up to demand the nom
ination. No names have yet been of
fered for the republican nomination
for attorney or councilman in the
.Plana for the new dock of the Cat
lender Navigation Company have
been prepared, and the work of erect
ing the structure will be begun next
week if present intentions carry. The
dock is to be 40 feet deep and 200
feet i In length, and will be connected
with liond street by a wide roadway.
There will be accommodations on the
inside of the wharf for 12 small boats,
and at the outside large ships may be
moored, the water being very deep.
The probable cot of the dock has not
yet been determined.-
City Attorney Smith-yesterday stat
ed that at the adjourned meeting of
the council Monday night the council
would make provision for the regis
tration of voters for the approaching
city election. An ordinance covering
the mutter will be enacted. The meas
ure Will provide that the last regis
tration of voters of the city be al
lowed to atand this fall and that the
books .be reopened for the registry of
voters who did not" observe the formal
Ity at the previous time. This means
that voters who registered a year ago
need not register this fall, but all Who
did not register therr-may do so now
The books will be opened within a few
A young, man named Tom James ar
rived In the city last evening after
an unusual trip across the continent
The young, man's father Is a director
of the New York Central Railroad
Company and quite well-to-do, but the
son hat Just finished a trip from New
York by beating his way on trains. He
arrived last night on the A. & C. blind
baggage. He says . his trip was the
outcome of a wager-made by. fellow-
members of the Hoboken Athletic
Club, of New York. He left the me
tropolis In June and rode to ProvK
dence, R. I., his home, on a pass over
his futher's road. He struck out from
Providence with $1.20 in his pocket,
and when he reached Astoria last
nlght 'hls capital was $.20. .He will
go on to Seaside, view trje old pacific
Another large and enthusiastic audi
ence greeted the Humphrey-Chapman
company last night at Fishers',' where
the bill was "A Prisoner of War." The
story 'is an interesting one, appealing
tp (he audience, and the performers
were heartily applauded! Tonight, by
special request, "Burled at Sea" 'will
be produced. The company opened
with' this melodrama and scored a de
cided success, i The engagement will
close tomorrow evening, when for
Hearth and Home" will be presented.
The company is one of the best bal
anced which has ever appeared at
Fishers', and has been Immensely -appreciated
by theatergoers. The house
should be packed tonight and tomor
row night .
A total negligence of dress a an
impertinent insult upon custom and
: Lord Chetterfield to kit kk.
. ii : A
Don't insult either--'
wear the famou?
"Correct Clothes for
Men," bearing this
j Ifrtd 0cnjamm &
MAKERS NEW YRK
Q Equal to fine cuAom-made
in all but price. Q The makers'
' guarantee, ana ours, with
every garment We are
Exclusive Agents in this city.
The property owners of Harrison
avenue from Fourteenth street to Sev
enteenth street are reported to be pre
paring to show their neighbors some
speed in the way of atreet improve
ment The owners on Harrison ave
nue have been conferring with regard
to the proposal for some time and it
la reported that practically all of them
favor the plan. It is purposed to put
In an asphaltum s'treet, with pressed
brick curbs and cement sidewalks.
There will be a wide park space at the
edge of the sidewalks and cement gut
ters. The Improvement will be far
ahead of any other In this city and will
entail considerable expense. With
their new street the property . owners
expect . to make their thoroughfare
the fashionable residence section. The
work will be commenced In the spring.
Csrd of Thanks.
We desire publicly to express our
heartfelt gratitude to the many friends
and neighbors who extended us their
assistance and sympathy at the time of
our great sorrow.
R. B. CAMPBELL,
ANNA D. CAMPBELL,
". ALVIN R. CAMPBELL.
' HOTEL ARRIVALS. '
- Parker Hous. ,,
O. Lundberg, Grays River,, Waslu
C R. Thompson,. Fort Stevens, Wash.
John Wilson, Fort Columbia, Wash.
B. A. Seaborg, Skamokawa.
Mrs, M. Toppl. 'Ilwaco, Wash.
R. J. A. O'Relly, Portland.
Andrew Young, Youngs River.
George C. Dufur, Ilwaco, Wash.
Angus Gor, Portland.
' Wrri. D. Bodyfelt and wife, Port
land. H. B, Snyder, Sari Francisco.
Brund Calm.. Portland.
Uhllch Mahler, Portland. .
KATHERINE WADE t Graduate Optician
At the Owl Drug Store
Sunday hour 12 to 2
Nor Charge for Examining the Eyes
We have in now our lint of
We have the best in the market You ar in- a
vited to inspect them. " ; : : : .-.
W. C. LAWS a CO. Zl'L
Orders taken for -, Brown Bros,'
nursery ' stock at Kallunkl's candy
FOARD I STOKES CO,
for . economy in
fuel and produc
ing heat have no
equal - - -
Can use either.,'.''
COAL or WOOD
$2.25 to $20.00
FOARD I STOKES GO.
I Astoria's Leading Store Dealers. . , - , .
gimmmumVsi j.,,, ' ... mmmij: .a
We have the newest and .most complete stock of
fine, stylish , shoes, work shoes and wet weather,
foot wear in the city. We handle only the; best
makes ' and always give satisfaction. Our prices
are lowest of the low. Come and see
Wherity, Ralston Company