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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1904.
MEATS - FISH - GAME - POULTRY
Everthing seasonable is in our Market.
We sell only fresh, pure an dclean foods.
Prompt do livery. Everycustomer satisfied.
Astoria Fish, Game and Poultry Market. j
HALAR BROS,, Proprietors, Twelfth Street,
I the afternoon' and the formal cloning
session In the evening'
NEGROES WAR ON WHITE8.
For Stylish Men
Suit with the Snap, Stylo and Finish,
dressed. It costd no moro if vou boo
48!l Commercial Street.
Pan-American Medical Congress
Convenes In Isthmus City
On January 2.
Three Desptradoe Kill Man Instantly
Mob Threatent to Lynoh Them
Lexington, Ky Nov. 25. William
Moore, a laboring man, haa been killed
by three negroe, who attacked him In
Moore leave a widow and ten chll
ren unprovided for.
He waa atandlna in a aaloon talking
300 WILL GO FROM THE U. S. to two other white men when the three
negroe, Jim Garfield, John Taylor
and Ed. Taylor, came In the door with
Will Oisoute Hygiene and Quarantine wora"
Scow Bay Iron 0 Brass Works
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundryinen and Patternmakers.
Absolutely firstclass work. Prices lowest
Phone 2431 Corner Eighteenth and Franklin.
PRAEL 0 COOK TRANSFER CO.
Draying and Expressing
All good shipped toourcare will receive speolal attention.
709-715 Commercial Street.
and Condition In th Canal
Ceuntry Thence to
New York, Nov. 15. Secretary
dulterat of the Pan-American medi
cal congre, haa nearly completed ar
rangement for the fourth annual
meeting of that body In Panama from
Jan I. to January I next. It I ex
pected that about S00 physician from
thl country will attend, one party
sailing from New Tork and another
from New Orleans.
The Panama government ha ap
propriated 135,000 for the entertain
ment of the delegate. After the con
gre end moat of the delegate are
expected to attend the meeting of the
Public health association In- Havana,
a week later.
The congress In Panama will dis
cuss questions of hygiene largely and
matters pertaining to quarantine. The
afternoons will be devoted to scientific
session and the morning and even
ing to trip and social functions.
The program mi? in Panama will be a
reception on the first day by Presi
dent Amador of the Panama republic
"We will cleun out all you white
dogs," and began firing.
Moore fell without a word, shot
through the heart.
The two other men escaped by hid
ing behind a post, which was pene
trated by two bullets. The negroe
covered the crowd with their revol
ver and bucked out of the aaloon.
Ed Taylor and Garfield were caught
and lodged In Jail. John Taylor la
paroled convict, having been sentenced
to ten year for murder. He served
A lynching la feared.
HOLD UP DOCTOR'S BILL.
Staple and Fancy (irocenes
FLOUIt, FEED, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO AND CIOARa
Hupplie of ell kinds at lowest prloei (or Fishermen, Farmers and Loggers
Branch Uniontown, Phones, 711, - Unlontowo, 713
A. V. ALLEN,
Tenth and Commoroial Street. ASTORIA. OREGON.
Berkeley's Health Officer's Charge of
1425 Causes a Protest
Oakland Nov. 25. The bill of Dr. E.
R. Wool wy, health officer of Berkeley,
for $425 charged for the vaccination of
the children of the public schools, ha
been held up by County Supenlnten
dent of School Crawford and the
question haa been raised whether or
not this work Is not Included In his
duties hs a paid city official.
Woolsey states that he waa em
ployed by the school trustees In his
and the formal opening sessions of the prlvae capat.Uy and ,, vew waJ1
congress the same evening. On the uken of the matter by a majorliy 0
second aay mere win ne an excursion th school ho.rH .h. m. mii
to the canal In the afternoon and a
banquet In the evening. On the third
day there will be an excursion down
the bay to Toboga Inland, where a
Panama breakfast will be served,
scientific sessions in the afternoon
and a ball In the evening. On the
fourth day there will be an excursion
to the United State army barrack
In th morning, aection meeting in
out a minority lodged a complaint
with the county supenlntendent The
district attorney says that if it is for
virus furnished the bill is legal, but he
cannot find any authorization given to
the board to employ a physician.
i BOO ''OMMFHCIAL ST. :-t 114 ELEVENTH ST.
PLUMBING and TINNING
STEAM HEATING, OAS FITTING, RfVflNQ AND REPAIRING
O . .,a..t. a Kin nru.B VT.I... IM
STOCK. ONLY THE BES T. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES
8 J- A. Montgomery 425 tr
DIVORCED THREE TIMES.
Girl of 21 Year Ha Had Extensive
Oakland, Cal. Nov. 25. Although
but 21 year of age, Elsie M. Prugh
was divorced for the third time today
MsvIcgs (Clesvf BrApkrf
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no mixing with the hands, no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
Fall instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook
book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.
SjOVM BAMNQ POWDER CO. 100 WILUAM ST, NEW TOSH.
when she waa granted by Judge Mel-
vln a final degree from J. H. Prugh on
the ground of cruelty. She la a grand
daughter of Judge Prewett, of Placer
county, before whom Adolph Weber
I now having hi trial (Her latest
spell of wedded life lasted only three
She was first, married and divorced
in 8tockton. From there she went to
Fresno, where her mother Uvea, and
was married and divorced there. She
then came to this city, and on April 27,
1903, married Prugh. She waa granted
Interlocutory decree a year . ago,
which was today made final, and she
was allowed to resume her maiden
name of Elsie M. Prewett
Her last husband, she says, was In
sanely jealous of her, and when she
was writing a letter home to her
mother he accused her of writing to a
man. On one occasion he struck her
In the face and made accusations
against her character, inflicting great
journey west, In charge of Assistant
Road Foreman of Engines Dobson, of
the Pennsylvania railroad.
President on the Way.
AHoona, Pa, Nov. 25. The special
train bearing President Roosevelt and
party arrived in Altoona at 7 o'clock
this morning and remained here Ave
minutes. The engines were changed
and the cars thoroughly Inspected,
after which the train continued itSfrom rifle Are.
SITUATION 18 UNCHANGED.
Both Armies Strengthening Positions
Sharp Shooter Busy.
General Knrokl's Headquarters In
the Field, Nov. 24, via Fusan. Nov. 25.
The reports circulated during the
past week In the eastern papers and
probably telegraphed abroad to the ef
fect that General Kuropatkln In mak
ing a general advance had pushed
back the Japanese left a distance of
three mile, are wholly unfounded.
The situation remains entirely un
changed during the last month, ex
cept that both armies have doubtless
strengthened their defenses and ac
cumulated supplies in that time.
The Russians continue their recon
naissances in front of the Japanese
left, but there has been no general en
gagement or change In the Japanese
The Japanese continue to Ignore the
dally shelling which takes place In the
front of the central army and to many
places the whole line of trenches are
so close that the Japanese can draw
Are at any time by displaying caps on
sticks. A few casualties result daily
This will help you to decide
Iff ZEALAND FIRE fflMICE COMPASY
Of New Zealand
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UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast for twenty-five years
ELMORE a CO., Sole Agents
Astoria v? - Oregon. '
The Finest Hotel In the Northwest
Obstinate, racking Coughs that make
your bead ache, your throat end lunge
tore and Inflamed, that rob yon of
sleep until your system become so ran
down that yon ere In grave danger of
Pneumonia or Consumption, are quickly
cured by Foley' Honey and Tais
Foley's kohey imm
soothes and heals the inflamed air pas
sage, allays the feverish conditions,
tops the cough and prevents serious
results from a cold.
FOLEY'S HOMEY 1MD TIB
Is the only prominent cough medicine
on the market that does not contain
opiates or harmful drugs of any kind i
and on this account is safest for children.
It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop
ing Cough and will quickly cure the
racking cough which follows measles
and leaves so many children with weak
lungs unless properly treated.
Remember the name Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse substi
tutes that cost you the same as the
genuine. . Do not take chance with
tome unknown preparation. '
C. Vnger, 211 Maple St., Champlagn,
111., writes: "I was troubled with a
hacking cough for a year and I thought
I had consumption. I tried a great many
remedies and I was under the care of
physicians for several months. I used
one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar;
It cured me, and I have not been trou
Three tisee-25c, 50c, $1.00. '
The 50 cent site contains two and
one-half times as much as the small tlse
and the $1.00 bottle almost tlx timet
ssij m mnm if
WHERE TO BUY
No store in Astoria is so well prepared to show you just what .
you want in either plain or ornamental House Furnishings.
We Sell the Best Values for the Least Money.
Carpets, Rag's Matting,
Iron Beds, Folding Beds,
Lounges, RocKers, BooK
Cases, Dressers, Stoves
and Rang'es. :
Handsome Music Cabinets
From $7.50 Up.
Luxurious Morris Chairs
$6.50 to $25.
Price our goods and you will not buy elsewhere.
We Sell on Easy Payments Your Credit Is Good.
PV'"eJP "W" "We VeW""'"
H. H. Zapf & Co- Commercial' St.
The Leading House Furnishers.
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