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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1904)
ASTORIA, OBEQON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904.
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A We now have some extra fine Sweet Apple Cider
and offer some at 35 cents per gallon.
Loose Raisins, New Crop, 3 pounds for 25 cents.
ROSS, HIGGINS (. CO.
Good Goods, Our Specialty. ...
Piano instruction at (67 Exchange.
on Dickinson A Allen, 435 Commercial
street, and ace tha many hundred of
patterni (or yourself.
A furnished front room for rent at
No. 140 Fourth etreet.
Furnished room at 177
etreet. Phone lied 2054.
It touch the tlikle. Rogers' White
I'lne Tar cough cure. , Try It, Cnurle
The Imperial oyster houee I pre
pared to furnish Shoalwater bay oys
tera In quant It In of plnta and quart
to eupply the family trade. Colonial
oyitera always on hand.
If you are thinking of ralelng or mor
Ing a building It would be to your
advantage to see Fredrlckson Bros,
geenrel carpenter and houee mover.
Shop at 173 Tenth street. '
I'ntll LMH'cmbcr 1 we will ll meul
ticket at 14.40 each, cash, reduced
from 14.50. No reduction In tha qual
ity of service given, which I always
first-class. New Style Restaurant.
Uanien McCanna, who occupy the
ahop formerly ueed by T. 8. Blmpaon,
adjoining the city water office, are
prepared to do all klnda of lgn and
carriage painting. They will make a
peclalty of work of tbla claa and
What la more comfortable than a pair
of good felt slippers? We hnv Just
received our winter etock and they are
beautlea. All styles and aliea, for men
women and children. Price from 76
cent a pair up. See them. Peter eon
Our all-wool pattern In fall suit
ing and overcoatings Include a wld
rang of beautiful thing.. That la
the correct word beautiful. W doubt
If any other display can be found con
taining ao many style to which the
word In Its truest sense may be so
fittingly applied. Do not fall to call
Cannery site or sawmill site for sale;
situated (it the elect bridge, Young's
bay. Apply to Mrs. June Kinney.
Bpeclal meeting of the Royal Neigh
bors or America at Pythian null on
Thursday, November 17, at S o'clock
p. m. sharp. Itullotlng on and Inltla
Hon of candidates, Royal ' Neighbors
requested to attend. Elisabeth Rich,
Ik-cause of the Illness of P. D. Kuett-
ncr, .chairman of the hotel Incorpora
tion committee, the meeting called fr
last night hue been deferred until a
future date. ' 1
HttuHtlon wanted by young nun with
practical experience In bookkeeping and
stenography. Corresponds In modern
languages. Ilest of references. Ad'
dress A. O., care Astorlan.
The flower store of M. Egger Is now
located at. No, &15 Commercial street,
next to Peterson Hrown's shoe store.
Choice cut flowers, plants, ferns and
shrubs. Floral designs furnished.
Rond Supervisor lllount hus been
busy the past few days removing fallen
trees from nearby roads. Tha storm
program. New song will be sung by
Sylvester, Jones and Prlngte, the three
Kelleys will appear In a new act and
the other feature will also be new.
This week' bill at the Star I the "best
ever," and theatergoer should not fall
to enjoy It
It Is announced from Olympla that
Fish Commissioner Kershaw, of Wash
ington state, will continue to hold his
office, Oovernor-elect Mead wilt re
ward him for valiant service during
the late campaign. It Is thought prob
able Commissioner Kershaw will make
no changes n his present force.
Only Its voters had reglatcred at the
close of business at ths city auditor's
office yesterday afternoon. Politicians
express the belief that the registration
will full fur short of that of last year.
The registration books will remain
open for 21 days longer, closing at 4
o'clock on the afternoon of December
Ther are two acta at the Star this
week which are at the ; head of the
vaudeville profession. One Is the
singing trio,, Sylvester, Jones and
Prlngte and the other la Baby Kelly,
the champion juvenile dancer. A close
second for popularity Is Irene Kober,
the child contortionist, and Paul Le
that time. The proceeds of tha same
will be devoted to the high school II
brary. The local high school eleven
is a strong one and tha game will
doubtless be Interesting.
Provided in the plans whereby the
steamer Alliance run to Eureka and
Coos bay this winter, cutting San
Francisco from her porta of call, la a
proposition to charter a 14 -knot steam
er to take her place In the spring,
about April 1, and then relegate the
Alliance to her former route between
here and th Oolden Gate, calling at the
coast harbors as before.glvlng Portland,
Astoria and those points the benefit
of sis sailings a month, two of which
will be through to the California me
tropolls. The craft in view is said
to have been on the Alaska route this
summer, and previously ran on the
southern coast. She has accommoda
tions for 100 first-class passengers
and 600 tons of freight. The proposed
1905 schedule, together with the O. R.
A N. tlmecard, will give the Columbia
the finest service it has ever enjoyed,
as the Harrlman Interests will also im
prove their lines.
The marriage of Oliver It Pederson
snd Miss Mildred Mosher was solemn
ised at ( o'clock last night at the home
of the parents of the bride, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar W. Mosher, 294 Thirty
eighth street. Rev. L. J. Trumbull, of
the First Baptist church, officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. Pederson will make their
home In this city.
A long row of signboards on Com
mercial street neur the A. A C. depot
was blown down yesterday by the wind.
Fortunately, no one happened to be
near enough to receive Injury. The
signboards there constitute a menace
to safety and the council may require
their removal In view of the fact that
the wind overturned a sidewalk near
ths Clatsop mills some tlge ago, re
laid several monarch! across public iuUnf ,n tne death of ft pBMerby( the
highways, Interfering with travel.
London Standard's New Editor.
London, Nov. 16. H. A. Owynne,
Reuter's chief correspondent In the
South African, Soudan and Turko
necessity for some action looking to
the removal of billboards is apparent
For some time past the coal deposits
of the Walluskl have been Investigated
with a view to determining the extent
Greek wars. ha. been appointed editor of tht oepo,,t, the Th, rMuUl tnui
F. J. Pike, the Chicago represent
tlve of the Clatsop Mill Company, who
had been In the city for a few days, 10ft
for the east last evening. Mr. Pike is
Ilk all other easterners in his state
ments conecrnlng the west with which
he la very much taken. Concerning
th lumber market, Mr. Pike said east
ern orders were more numerous now
that the election is over, and he looks
for Increased demand from points be
yond the Missouri river. The election
had considerable effect on the lumber
trade, and prior to November 8 few
sales were recorded. The day follow
ing the election, however, more inqulr
lea came in than during the entire
previous month, buyers seemingly hav
ing waited for the result to become
known before placing orders. Just at
present the lumber business Is slack
here, because of weather conditions.
The prospects for Increased activity
in the eastern markets are good, and
Astoria mtllmen anticipate a busy sea
son. Western mlllmen have been com
pelled to meet the competition of south
ern mlllmen, the poplar of the south
being offered to dealers who have used
spruce to a considerable extent.
of the London Standard.
far are aald to be very encouraging and
the work will be prosecuted. Mr. Titus
has bored down J4 feet and In that
distance found four smalt seams of
A bluxe In a rooming house at Eighth
and Astor streets yesterday called out
the fire department. A lace curtain coal, thus proving the measures to be
caught fire, but by the time the de- true coal measures. It is expected that
partment reached the scene the flames much better results will be attained by
had been extinguished. The damage going farther down and the work will
was nominal. I be continued. Coal exists In manv
places In this county, but it is believed
Despite the storm, another big crowd that the Walluskl deposits will prove
greeted the performers at the Star last more valuable than any others yet die
evening. Tonight and at today's matl-1 covered.
nee there will be a complete change of I
Purso and Bag de
partment. Special dis
count of 10 per cent this week. We
have the right line at the right price.
SVENSON'S BOOK STORE
Dolivorod tit depot. Carload lots. , Write or phone
TONGUE POINT LUMBER CO.
? DO YOU KNOW?
That this is a good time of year 'to
think about new carpets and linoleum
in your. home? Particularly .during
this fine epell of weather when it be
convenient to take up the old and
. place down the new. , , That-we have
the finest n assortment of .carpets and ,
linoleum ftf thei-Js beyond ques
tion and our prices are such that you
can save on every yard you buy. Call
and see ub.
f f? !
: CHAS. HEILBORN a SON :
Astoria's Leading House Fcrnishen. ,
At a meeting of the board of direct
ors of the Commercial Club last even
ing the resignation of H. W. Dean,
steward, was accepted. The board will
not appoint hla successor until tomor
row night when such applications for
the position as may be received will
be considered. Boys from the public
schools presented a petition to the
board asking that they be granted per
mission to use the gymnasium. It Is
the intention of the boys to get up a
large class. The board advised them
to secure the names of all boys who
would Join the class and present an
other petition at the next meeting. At
the present time the school boys have
no gymnasium conveniences, but the
board will gladly allow them use of
Its hall If the class Is large enough.
It Was also decided last evening to ar
range for ladles' nights at the club.
Tenpln will shortly be Installed and It
is expected the new game will prove
Advices received from San Francisco
yesterday convey the information that
the Alaska, Packers' Association is
about to Issue bonds to the amount of
$3,000,000. It Is aald that the Bank
of California will take 11.000,000 of the
new Issue and that the Bank of Nevada
will take the remaining $2,000,000. With
the money thus made available, the as
sociation will be enabled to meet its
current Indebtedness and continue its
immense enterprises, until enough
funds are realized from sale of salmon
to take up the new bonds. It Is under
stood the "bonds will bear interest at
the rate of -5 per cent It baa been
known for some time that the Alaska
Packers' Association had been experi
encing a shortage of money and the
news of the proposed Issue will not
be surprising here. The A. P. A. under
took to regulate the market for Alaska
salmon and the undertaking is said to
have resulted In. considerable loss.
However, it is believed the big com
pany will soon again regain Its former
dividend-paying status, especially in
view of the better tone of the salmon
market of the country. Much A. P.
A stock is held in this city. .
Word was received yesterday that
the Cpmmerclal-Puget Sound unlver
ilty football game had been called off.
Fir recently destroyed the clubhouse
of the university, together with the
football paraphernalia, and the team
has been compelled to disband. This
eleven had been . scheduled . for the
Thanksgiving day game, and that date
la now open to far' as Commercial la
concerned! Iif Is the intention-to in
vite Chemawa or Hoqulam to come
here Thanksgiving day. The Chemawa
game heretofore arranged had been
canceled by Commercial, but the In
diana probably will agree to make the
trip. Captain Stockton has written
Manager Watkina, of Multnomah, ask
ing for a game at Portland on Christ
mas, but if the Christmas game Is
not settled upon the local team will
go to the metropolis December S to
fill the engagement already planned.
The Astoria' high school team Is to
meet the Portland high school team a
week from Saturday. It was hoped
the game could, be arranged for next
Saturday, but the boys were unable to
complete' their' arrangements1'' 'within'
H. E. Campbell waa over from War-
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Ward, of Port
land, are visiting in the city.
J. H. Seymour went to Portland yes
terday on a brief business trip.
Max Pracht of Ashland, special land
agent, -was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Prael leave to
night for an eastern trip of six weeks,
during which they will visit the St.
Loula fair. .
. E. Meyer, a Portland traveling man,
is in the city. Mr. Meyer Is looking
after the bualness interests of R. M.
Rau, Rothchlld Bros.' hired man, who
Is 111 at Portland.
Fred Oman, Warrenton.
J. Neal, Warrenton,
Geo. A. Wilson, Portland.
Miles, 3. Doyle, Deep River, Wash,
Capt Erjckson, San Francisco.
E. W. Miller, Portland.
C. D. Hoffman, Portland,
H. Flood, Portland.
J. J. Emmory, Portland.
The bank clerks of England are plan
ning the formation of a union in order
to secure an Increase In wages, which
virtually condemns the clerks to "celi
bacy, lodgings and sixpenny lunches"
At the Owl Drug Store
Sunday hour 12 to iS
No Charge for Examining the Eyes
We have in now our line of
H E ATI N G S TOVES
We have the best in the market You are in- '
vited to inspect them. t ' : : ' :
v Vtr Bond St.
OARD & STOKES GO.
We have everything you will need
for dinner. , Let us have your order
' "now for
Fine corn fed Turkeys
Currents and Raisins
Just place your order and we will
do the rest
FOARD & STOKES GO.
A BOON TO WOMEN
(Manufactured by Utz & Dunn
- Rochester, N. Y.)
In both heavy and light soles.
Stylish and durable.
Women need no longer suffer from uncomfortable shoes
Sold only by
Wherity, Ralston Company