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ASTORIA, 0KEG0N, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1904
LOSES LOVER AND MIND.
Rmmii Departs When Trusting Mis
, Lnnt Man She Lew it Fickle.
Fresno, Cat Nov. 25. Because
pretty 17-year-old Mary Elisabeth
Carbon was Jilted by the man she
loved she brooded and raved until at
lust she had to be placed in a padded
cell lest she might attempt to rid her
aelf of the heartache by taking her life.
The young man is Axtar Swanson,
whose father is a wealthy vlneyardlst
Some time ago the young man paid
the simple country girl some attention.
He left last spring for San Francisco
to take a business college education.
During his absence he did not write.
Mary thought him still her lover and
waited for his home coming. About
two weeks ago be returned and when
she found he no longer cared for her
left her horn after Swansea's return.
if Jt ijsvem
At hort months, made robMt ndJM.
i ..rv .raiaiul to soa lot ms ned health sad an
a baby who
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and this iU
AH druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Card.
Delivered at depot. Carload lots. Write or phone
TONGUE POINT LUMBER CO.
To nuke their
Holiday Purchases in the Month of November
We want you to see our
Grand Holiday Display of Beautiful
v and Newest Creations
Elite Giinaware, Limoges China, French
China, Dinner Sets, Salad Sets, Chocolate
Sets, Rich Cut Glass Ornaments, Vases,
Bric-a-Brac, Lamps English Porcelain Ware,
Novelties, and Dolls.
Fancy Articles of Every Description. Prettiest,
Daintiest and Newest Things made, Collected
from the Markets of the World.
Top Quality Teas, Coffees, Spices, Extracts,
Baking Powder, Cocoa, Chocolates.
We want you to see our very reasonable prices.
We want you to come just to look,
Take advantage of this rery liberal offer.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON, brio It io any of our stows before
December 10, J 904, and receive with each purchase listed
aba a very handsome pretest of your own selection.
TASTOKIAN. NOVEMBER 20, 1904
Com )uct to look.
Briof thai Coupon with tow to any of our (totes,
not eooa am a orciMara 10, isoa
Great American Importing Tea Co.
571 COniVaERCIAL ST., ASTORIA
She became melancholic and would
sit by the hour and mumble his name.
She grew worse the last few days,
finally becoming violent. Fearing that
she might attempt some violence, she
was brought to Fresno and today was
examined. She was committed to
Stockton by Judge Church.
SENTENCED FOR DUELLING.
Army Officers and Architect Were
New Tork. Nov. 25. A student of
the Technical high school who is al
so an officer of the army reserve, has
been sentenced by a military court to
three months confinement says a
Times dispatch from Berlin. His
trial grew out of a duel with an archi
tect in which both were wounded. The
latter will be tried before a civil
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the Hsm sod dU giew weaker
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Wine of Cwdui brings health to ek
women. Wine of Cardui bring. chQdmi to
How can any woman refuse the bltn
Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can lecw -actly
the same relief if she wfll teka Wlot of
Cardui Wine of Cardui is a oartain curt for
menstrual irregularities. It will not o kapoa
isibflities but it does cure bearing-down patoa.
mntViM-nnnrl noasible for barren wfoa
llion, I . ,
and relieves the pains at the monthly period.
v. a horde of Wine of Cardui today.
worth of goods
your own choice
worth of goods
your own choice
worth of goods
your own choice
worth of goods
your own choice
worth of goods
your own choice
Murderer of Guy Roche One of
the Worst Characters in
New York City.
HIS VICTIM WAS EQUALLY BAD
Arrested Thrae Timet For Assaulting
Women Had Been Run Out of
Chicago Had Roll of
New Tork, Nov. 25. Guy Roihe. the
Rambler who waa "hot last evening In
Broadway, near Thirty Fifth street,
while the sidewalks were crowded with
persona leaving the theatera after the
matinees, waa atlU alive at an early
hour this morning. It waa aald at the
New Tork hospital that he might live
sometime, but there la small chance of
The arrest of Stewart A. Felton,
known also by several other names,
charged with the shooting, was one of
the quickest cases of the kind man
aged by the police In sometime. One
of the pursuers waa a stenographer,
J. a King. He went to the station
and. at the request of the police, took
on the spot the testimony of all the
witnesses. King declared that he saw
Felton nre at Roche, and George P.
Auld, a paymaster In the army. con-
Armed his words, saying he stood close
beside Felton at the time.
Half a doien men were also ex
amined and Felton. who gave his
birthplace as Ohio, waa searched. In
one pocket waa a roll of $2900 In bills
of large denomination. The prisoner
showed absolutely no concern over his
After the hearing had been com
pleted. Police Captain Cottrell de
clared Felton to be one of the worst
men he ever had to deal with In the
precinct and that Roche waa equally
"As a gambler," said the captain.
"Felton haa given me more trouble
than any other man In New Tork.
For a long time I have had men sta
tioned in front of hla place In 16th
street and also at the rear entrance
and have tried my best to drive him
out of the city."
Other policemen declared Felton
was driven out of Chicago several
years ago and was known all through
the west. At one time he ran a gamb
ling house, It waa charged. Just back
of the station house. This place hud
a movable bridge by which patrons
could enter, after which It would be
let down. In case of raid they could
escape In the same manner. Twice
within the last three months he has
been a prisoner, each time for assault
ing a woman, once with a cane.
8TATE GOOD R0AD3 MEET.
To be Held in Salem Next Month List
Salem, Nov. 25. President John H.
Scott, of the Oregon Good Roads asso
ciation, is sending out letters to all
members In regard to the coming an
nual convention to be held In this city
in December. Judge Scott says that
the convention this year will be far
superior to anything of the kind ever
held In the state before. From 150 to
2oo delegates are expected from this
county alone and as many or narly so
will be In attendance from the sur
rounding counties, and every county
In the state wilt be fully represented,
while a large number of delegates
from Washington will also ' come.
President Scott says:
"I desire to call your attention to
the fact that the second annual con
vention will be held at Salem, on the
13, 14 and 15th of December. We are
endeavoring to make this meeting of
special Interest; among those expected
to deliver adresses are:
Samuel Hill, president Washington
Good Roads assoslation.
James P. Melkle, secretary Wash
ington Good Roads association.
P. L. Campbell, president University
J. H. Coleman, president Willamette
J. M. Hyde, professor of geology and
mining, University of Oregon.
Dr. Jas. Wlthycombe, vice director
of the government experimental sta
tion at Corvallls.
M. A. Miller, state senator from Linn
C. J. Smith, state senator from
Lionel Webster, county judge of
W. E. Coman, G. P. A., Southern Pa
A. L. Craig, G. P. A., O. R. A Co.,
and many others.
The delegates will receive a hearty
welcome from the cltlsens of Salem,
who will endeavor to make the occas
ion one to be'remomlicred." ,
TROUBLES IN ARGENTINA.
Strikes Threatened and in Progress-
Two Persons Killed.
New York. Nov. 25. There la now
talk of a general strike or workmen,
according to a Herald dispatch from
lluenoa Ayres. The employes of the
largest electrical concerns In lluenoa
Ayres have quit work. The govern
ment placed at the dlsoal of the
company electricians of the navy for
regular work that is necessary for all
There have been several collisions be
tween the striking cab drivers and
the police. The situation In Roaario,
the second city of Argentina, la aer-
lout. There was a collision there
Wednesday In which two persons
were killed and several wounded.
JAPS HAVE ADVANTAGE.
Two Neve Positions Enable Better
Headquarters of the Japanese Army
Before Port Arthur, Nov. 23, via
Fusan. Nov. 25. The possession of the
Rlhlung and Rekwanforta enablea the
Japanese to place a sufficient force
on the north front of the eastern ridge
of forts, to execute a aweeplng move
ment against the battery positions on
the crest of the western ridge of forts
and 203 Meter Hill, which aa yet they
have not captured.
Robbers 8 .cure $3000.
La Plata, Md, Nov. 24. A number
of men blew up the building of the
Southern Maryland Savings bank today
and secured 13000 In cash.
FREDERICK V. MOHN, M. D.
Physlolan and Surgeon.
Office and residence, over Peterson
Brown's. Office hours: to 11:10 a. m.,
and t to 4:30 p. m.; evenings, to I.
Sunday By Appointment.
DR. J. A. REGAN
Office over A. V. Allen's Store,
Office hours, I to 12 and 1 to (.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Autlng Aatlnlitut Burgeoa
t'.g. Harlot Hospital Hcrvlee.
Office hours: 10 to II a.m. 1 to 4:10 p.m
477 Commercial Street. Ind Floor.
Dr. RIIODA C. HICKS
Mansell Bldg. (73 Commercial Bt
PHONE BUCK 30M.
C. W. BARR, D. D. 8.
Ha Opened Dental Parlor In Room
817-818, The Dekum.
Where he will b pleased to meet
Friend and Patron.
Pytblan Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. T. L. BALL
Dr. F. I. Friedrich,
624 Commercial street. Astoria Ore
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
678 Commercial fit-, Bbanahan Building
Wednesday, Nov. 30th.
By Concomly Tribe,
Improved Order lied Men.
At Astor Hall.
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C. J. TMSNCHAKD
Insurance. Commission and Shipping
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER.
Agent WeUa-Fargo and North era
Peolno Express Companies,
Cor. ELEVENTH and BOND ST
New stock of fancy goods just
arrived at Yokohama ' Bazaar.
Call and see the latest novelties
BEST 13 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-cont meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant.
612 Commercial St.
for 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 434 Bond St
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD;
Cord wood, mill wood, boa wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prlee. Kslly,
th transfer man. 'Phone 2211 Blsok,
Barn en Twelfth, opposite opera
BAY VIEW HOTEL
E. O LASER, Prop.
Horn Cooklaj, ComforUbl Btd. Riaion
ibl Rtt and Nlct Treatment.
THE NEW NEHALEM HOUSE
Cor. Foartxenth snit KxchangeHU.
One block bark or FuardA SUiket more.
i. II, ANSON, Prop., - AU)rl, Ore.
Board and Lodilni $1.00 and up
Clunut Bed) In tht City. Fine Tbl Board.
New Furniture Tlirtnishout.
Halm made Ut ulcady Theatrical Trmipva
Corner Stveattenlh nd Hum St. '
75 cents a day and up. Meals
20 cents. Board and lodging
$4 per week.
i'hone 3179 Uh1. Oiwti Imy m1.NIlit.
MAN lilNO, Proprietor.
Fine meals served at all
hours. Oysters served in
, any style. Game in season.
m Bond Street, Cor. th, Astoria, Or.
I hav plaoed on ssl at a re
duced prioe my lot stock of
hom-mad Wrapper and Ra
mon. 420 Commerolal St Astoria.
J. Y. KWONO CO.
A. & C. R. R.
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 4, 1904.
Laav PORTLAND Arrive
8 00 a.m I Portland Union I 11.10a. m
7,00 p.m depot for Aitoriaf 9.40 pan
Leav ASTORIA Arrive
7.46 I'm ( for Portland and lUOTm
6 10 p.m way points 10.80 p m
Leav ASTORIA : ArtlT
il.85a.ro for Heasida Diroi t 6.-20 p.m
Leav " . ASTORIA. Arrive
taiu a.m for. Warrenton, J MO ;45a.in
' Hammond, Ft
6.60 p-m (Stevens. Beaside) 7i40a,m
Leav SEASIDE Arrive
4 :30 p.m for Astoria Dlrei t 12 :30pTiu
Leav SEASIDE. Arrive
6.16 a. m ( for Warrenton FtT"T25m
9.30a.m I mond.Astoria ) 7.20 p, m
Additional train leave Astoria dally
at 11:10 a. m. for alt point on Ft.
Steven branch, arriving Ft Stevens
12: to p. m., returning, leave Ft Stev
en at 1:00 p. m., arriving Astoria 2:45
Through ticket and close connec
tion via, N. P. Ry. At Portland and
Gobi and O. R. ft N. Co, via. Portland.
J. C. May, 0. P. A.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OF
Astoria Tiatioual Bank
At Astoria, In th stata of Oregon, at
th close of business, November 10,
Loan and discounts 1311,001 tt
Overdraft, secured and un
secured T.T10 II
U. 8, bond to secure cir
culation 11.500 00
Premium on U. 8. bond.. 750 00
Bonds, securities, tto....... 41.17 11
Banking house, furniture,
and fixture 1,500 00
Other real (( owned.... 4,17100
Du from national bank
(not reserve agent) 1,111 01
Due from state) bank and
banker 10,111 IT
Due from approved reaerv
agent 114.111 IT
Check and other cash Item 1,111 71
Notes of other national
bank 411 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents.. 171 14
Lawful Money Reserve la
Specie 117,140 It
Legal-tender note III 00 IT 711 II
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (I per cent cir
culation) Ill 01
Total 1(11.177 11
Capital stock paid In I 10,000 00
Surplus fund 10,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid... 11,471 01
National bank note out
standing 11,100 01
to check I3SI.M7 11
cates of de
posit 14.111 II
of deposit .... 101,1(1 II 100,701 II
Total 1511,177 II
Stat of Oregon, county of Clatsop,
U.K. Hlggln, Cashier of th above
named bank, do solemnly (wear that
th above statement I true to th best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. E. HiaaiNS,
Subscribed and sworn to before m
this 14th day of November, 1904.
GEO. C. FULTON,
(8eal) Notary Public '
OEO. H. OEORQE,
OEORQE W. WARREN,
DONT QO TO ST. LOUIS
Till you cs'l at or writ to Ut Chi
cago, Milwaukee ft St Paul Railroad
Offlce 114 Thlrt street, Portland, Or
Low rate to all polnta east, In connec
tion with all transcontinental.
H. 8. ROWS,
ONQ TO THE FAIR.
UL4 A- F I P. at . I I
If you contemplate visiting tbe Bt
Louis Exposition, t secure reliable In
formation a to railroad eervlce. th
uwcai rain aim ins oi routes, jkts? -aa
to the local conditions In BL Ldula.
If you will writ tbe undersigned,
iii;ia wnai iiuvi iiiaviun fuu uvairr
th same will be promptly furnished.
If we do not have It on hand, will ,
secure It for you If possible, and with
out any expense to you. Address
When you buy canned olam
Cleaa and wholesome and a borne
product. For sale by all leading
krooers. Warrention Clam Com
pany, Warrenton, Or.
H. B. PARKER, Proprietor
Urge Sample Rooms on.
Rooms 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
root of Ninth Strut ASTORIA. OREGON