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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1904)
THUMOAY, DECEMBER 22, 1904.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Cigars by the, Box
Christmas Goods Galore
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
Good Goods Our Specialty.. .
, Northern 8py and Ilaldwln apple
It a box. Alitor) i Grocery.
A shipment of sweet apple cider just
In, I6 giillun. Astoria Grocery.
Only a few days mora to Mvt the
I Imperial band. They art a mir
winner. - -. . t
John Knberg In building tiwwl.
deuce back of hi ii I or on Commercial
street, ' .
i Men's Hinoklrif Jackets, plain and
fancy weave, beautiful itylea In bit
variety! wonderful value ut tS . to
12.50 at Danslger Coa.
An Important announcement by the
Mora department atore will be a guide
to (.'hrlatniii buyer. Hpeclul eule will
be a feature a thla popular store thin
Armor' Genuine Kngllsh plumb pud
ding. One and two pound Una. Aato
8peclul mil of tolli't and Manicure
tK'tn at Woodfteld'a Art Htore on Itond
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dity from adjoining jtowna making their
f hriatptae purchase. Merchant report
a gnc-a .puaiiwaa ano wv increase over
uiin year. , 1 ( . .;
lleaver Io-Ik. I. .. O. K., haa pur
thaacd from Mr. Minn ILtdrlck, H
hares of muk of tbe Odd llowe'
Umd alt Htillrting Ahmik latliui for a con
lil.rtitlon of Wii.
Axel Iterglund wita granted firm
ritlaenahlp paper yeaterday by I'ounly
Iadle'a Terry Cloth and Kldr
down Lounging Robe, IS an4 up at
Panslger ft Co.1.
Dr. Earl,, went ovrr to the quaran
tine station yesterday to visit Captnln
Mi Iod of the eteamahlp Kllerlj. He I
reported a ennvaleecing and will be
discharged tn a few day.
New ahlpinent of Men' and Tounc
Men'a Raincoat. Men'a Neck ware
Hoalery. Handkerchief, Bhlrts, Um
brellas, Huapender. eta, at loweat
price at Dansiger t Co.'a.
ThomHHn'a glove-fttting corset and
II. A O. coraet at coat price. Illiick
and Oray. Rhitnnhuit's. ' i v
nav ivw ooxes or nice appie
which fw offef at 76o" pef tot whlla;
they laM. Aatorla Grocery,
Mammoth. Una of Smoking Jacket
In the naweat and ba$ atyle and ma-t
terlaIR at IS and up at Danxlger at.
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Tha butcher hlia will be cloe.-d all
duy next Mltiiduy. AM rdara'for atoflt
l y 'a delivery muat be aent In Sutur
dy night. ..,.,,,,vw,. ...5-
Cloalng out aal of toilet and mani
cure aeta at Woodflfld'a Art Store will
commence today and continue during
' The umittl Chrlalmaa turkey raffle
will occur at the Depot Exchange.
Kleiner Hnow, opiioaita the depot, on
KiMuy evening. There wilt be turkeya
fijr everybody j Jha publlo Invited.
Harry M. lxe, one of the prlaonera
who eacned from the county Jail litat
rlnturdiiy night and who wita arreated
at Clifton by Bheillt Unvllle, waa
brought to Aatorla jreaterdoy by E. M.
Houghton and NIc Clinton. He will be
nrrnlgned tomorrow In the circuit
w t . ; i
Th Hume mill cloaed down laat
night until . afttr, the holiday. Re
pnlra are iieceaarand 'aal the m
ployea are anxloua to apend the holl
duya with frlenda and relallvea, th
ahuttlng down of the mill afforded -them
an opportunity to do ao.
Tha public achoola will cloae tomor
row afternoon with appropriate Chrlat
maa exerclee. They will be cloed
two week, reaumlng on Monday, Janu
ary I. '
Mr. Andrew ii. Dulgity preaented
her huaband with a daughter yeaterday
morning. Mother and child doing well.
Everybody 1 aavlng the Imperial
cigar band, not only because they en
Joy a good amoke, but are alao anxloua
to win the diamond ring.
Circuit court will adjourn tomorrow
night for a week. Judge McBrlde will
open court at Bt. Helena Monday, and
will come to Aatorla again a week from
tomorrow to try the timber caaa.
Aledl rrederlda Tolkka, the Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Tolkka,
died yeaterday morning. The funeral
will occur thla afternoon at the family
realdenc and the Interment will be tn
The caae of peter Raaka agalnat
Miircu Wlae, a ault relative to certain
lamia on Younga river win act for to
morrow, but It being fiereaaary to se
cure the deposition of Mra. Wlae of
lltvHi'O, the heurlng of the caae wa
pout polled until next week.
The petition circulated by the Clerka'
union,' requeatlng all merchant to
cloae their atore on the Monday fol-,
lowing ('hrletmaa and the Mundoy fol
lowing New Year's baa been signed by
all the leajlng merchanta. I loth Mon
day a will be observed a legal holi
day. " .
Hon. C. W. ('urnahan wwa up from
flat nop yeaterday. He reporta that
work on the Culluby lake cunrtal haa
been auapenditd temporarily, and will
not be reaumed until after the hollduya.
Thla will not InterfeVe with the corn-
plot It Ion of the work which It la ex
pected will be flnlahed by next aprlng.
J. A. Montgomery 1 Installing a
heating plant In the Hedrlck theater.
The plant la modem and up to date.
and, In fact, the beat ayatem of heating
public building, aa to sanitation and
anfety. It la In unlveraal uae In all
public buildings, being regarded aa the
moat complete ayatem In uae.
The engineer have prepared the
apeviflcatloua for aupplylng rock for
the Jetty and Md the name with Major
Laiigfltt, Hid will be advertlaed for
In a few days for supplying the rock.
The rock is to be used In work on the
Jetty. Work of repairing tbe Jnfty will
ba commenced and' -punned' forward -to
competition aa fast as poaalble.
Musical Instruments, Toilet
Sets, Toy Wagons, Dolls.
Fink Link ok
We have what you want
inr yourself and friends
SVENSON'S BOOK STORE
that won't spill coal all over at
w. c. laws a GO.
We sell Stoves also.
A MORRIS CHAIR :
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Special Price $6.45
Solid Oak Frame and Fine Valour Cushions
I Note Sale Commences on these chairs, Thursday
at 10 i, WUCU yuu v-au wiuv. uu jf
home for $6.45.
:,CHAS. HEILBORN SON :
For Fine Furniture.
Chrlatma novelties at Hoefler'a have
been received. All candy manufac
tured at home, 10 cents per pound and
op. Decorations for Christmas sur-
pas anything ever brought to Astoria.
Everything In the line of confections
and pure candy guaranteed to be first
claa. The largeat and most complete
line In Astoria can be procured at
A I lot' I ault his been tlU'd by Fred
Itergkllnt agHlnat the ateamer laqun
In the United 8tatea district court for
1 10,000 damages, alleged to have been
auatalned by the llbellant on Novem
ber 24. when he Buffered a broken leg,
leaving him crippled and maimed for
life. The complaint allegea that the ac
cident waa due to careleaaneaa.
Dr. C. E. Mnlon, the manufacturing
chemist, well and favorably known to
the apostle of materia medlca In Ore
gon, has opened a ftrat-daaa drug tor
at 1418 Franklin avenu rr um...
. m-rn, al 1 1
is not only a graduate pharmaclat, but
naa made aeverat dlacoverle In the
treatment of pulmonary ir,,hu. ih.
bid fair to bring him fame- and for
William Wllford Hill and Mia Annie
Juntllla were married yeaterday at the
residence of Oeorge Hill ofvCroked
Creek. Jugtlci Kelly officiating. Mr.
Hill la the son of Oeorge Hill, a pros
perous farmer of Crooked Creek, and
the bride la well and favorably known
there, , The happy couple arrived In
Astoria yesterday and after spending
a few days with friend will return to
Crooked Creek, where they will make
their home. .
District Attorney Harrlaon Allen
yesterday filed affldavfta In the circuit
court In the caae of the timber ayndl
catee agalnat Clatsop county. In which
It la set forth, that the land were not
asaeaaed executively, and no more than
other timber landa In the county. The
caae waa to have been heard today.
out aa theae affidavit have to be
erved on the attorney for the syndi
cates, the hearing waa poatponed until
December M, the date aet for sale of
property for delinquent taxes. The
probability are that the land will be
sold before a declalon I rendered. . .
The case' of the O. R. A N. Co.
agalnat the Masonic Land ft Rullding
AaaM'latlon. Involving the title to the
proiierty oppoalte the O. R. & N. dock,
uiam which' the company took poaaea-
alon and built a structure thereon, waa
heard In the circuit court yeaterday on
a motion to dlamlve the temporary in
junction. The court diaaolved the In
junction, aa In Its opinion It would not
Interfere with the question of title
which will be tried at the February
term of court. The company Is In poa.
aeaalon of the property and will con;
tlnue so -until the final order of the
Manager Bellg haa aecured for next
week the Keith stock company, own
ing on Monday evening In the great
comedy-drama "Slave of Russia."
The company la headed by the young
and popular actor, Del Lawrence, sup
ported by an excellent company care
fully aelected for their various parts.
During the engagement the following
plays will be produced: "Brother
Against rtrother," "Captain Freeh. U
8. A.," "The Power of Truth," "Sen.
ator's Daughter." '"The Lighthouse
Robbery" 'and "Looking for a Wife."
Prices are popular, being 15, K and 85
cents." Seat sale onena 'at -'Fishers
Bros.' office, 109 twelfth street. Satur
day morning. ' '
The Palace Turkish' baths are a
aource of delight to the patrons who
frequent the establishment courteous
treatment and your comfort guarded.
Lady attendants furnlshad for lady
patron by appointment. These baths
are especially recommended by the
leading physicians of the city and re
apectfully solicit your patronage. Turk
ish baths and bed $1.00. Russian bath
50 cents. ,
Peter Schlatud returned yesterday
from an extended trip to Europe. He
and his daughter vlaited all the prln
clnl cities In Germany, Norway, Swed
en and other countries and had- a
very enjoyable time. He met many
of his old home frlenda and acqualnt
ancea, whom he had not aeen for. years
and was royally entertained. His
daughter will remain at Christiana.
Norway, to continue her studies,
Some of the most, unique designs In
small boxes of cigars, suitable for
Christmas presents and which will be
appreciated by lovers of a good smoke,
can be found at Madison's cigar store.
These, In addition to the finest assort
ment of merschaum pipes, and a fine
line of smokers' articles, will be of
great assistance to those looking for
a present that will be appreciated.
There Is certulnly no finer assortment
A bill will be introduced at the com
ing session of the legislature providing
for an additional judge for the Fifth
judicial district. The business of Judge
McUride Is growing, and It Is almost
Impossible for one judge to attend to
It satisfactorily. At the session of the
legislature, in 1898 a bill was Intro
duced to divide the district, but this
met with opposition, from Clackamas
and Washington counties, as they did
not want to lose the valuable services
Harry C. Lowe, who was brought
back from Portland yesterday, was ln
terogated by District Attorney Allen
a to how he came In possession of the
aaw with which he sawed the Iron
bar. Lowe stated that It was sent In
by a friend of Stanch, and as he was
making a further statement, he was
interupted by Deputy Sheriff Binder.
who has been Investigating the matter.
The party who smuggled the saw Into
the jail is known, but it is claimed, that
it was some other person than he who
carried meals to the jail,: probably some
friend who was permitted to visit
Stanch In Jail. While the officers have
losltlve evidence aa to who the person
is, they were not inclined to divulge
the name of the person, until the mat
ter has been more thoroughly Investi
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A NEW WRINKLE.
Herman Wise haa invented a new
wrinkle that beats even the Cigar Ring
He advertised for 100 boys and girls
and over 60 have already applied. He
calls these Herman Wise's Hustlers,
and makes the following proposition to
To the five Hustlers who collect
Herman Wise Sale Slips amounting to
the most money he will give a $20 gold
piece each; the 10 next highest will re
ceive $10 each and the 20 third high
est $2.50 each. ."
It is the custom In most stores to
give mile slips with each and every
sale, and it Is . these sale slips issued
by him that Mr. . Wise asks his
Hustlers to gather; he tells the girls
and boy that they must not neglect
their studies but that they can work
when not In school. They must not
ask for these slips In or near the store,
but among their friends at their re
spective houses. Charge checks don't
count Mr. Wise believes that It will
prove a good ad. to have about 100
boys and girls mention his name all
over town; at any rate this Is an orig
inal Idea of Herman Wise's, and be
sides, It teaches children to be aggres
sive and self-reliant and they also
learn the value of money arid that one
must work In order to earn something.
Toke Point or Shoal Water Bay
oysters at the New Style Restaurant
Weathered oak rockers, upholstered
In genuine leather. The finest line in
the city Is at Zapp & Co.'s.
Schlltx's ieer made Milwaukee fa-
mil nmii vw we uiuuiv -v .
of Judge McBrlde. An additional Judge! moua, and Is having the same effect on
is necessary to facilitate the business J the Grotto. Nothing better on the
of the district ' " ' ' 'market '.
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.You've only a few days left in which
to select that Xmaa gift, .Don't you
think $ nie carving set would be c
ceptableT W have them in a large
variety of styles and are offering them
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Per Gent Discount
until the Holiday are over.
Better" pick your now, while the as
sortment is good,
Price Range from $2.19 to $7.50
FOARD & STOKES GO.
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For Christmas Presents
Chaise Perfumery forms an Ideal Gift for Young
or Old, Boys, Girls, Young Men, Young Women,
those in middle life or in lifes decline. ' '
, There is a pleasing bit of sentiment about per
fumes and their use that adds to their use as Christ
mas Gifts. '
' The place to buy High Grade Perfumes . is. at . a
store which has the biggest: and best assortment
and we undoubtedly have the most complete stock
of perfumes in this city. ! ; ; ....
Come in and select your packages. We have them
from 25c. to $8.00 a bottle, all chaise, the flower
odors, lasting in quality. '
We have all the famous makes including all French
Imported, Palmers, Rickseckers, Spiehlers, Lund
borgs, Eastmans, etc. .
The Drug Stores where everything is kept right. , , .
The Owl and Eagle Drug Stores
TIIKO. F. LAUUIN, Proprietor.
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no longer over that Gift. Buy Shoes and
Slippers now ! ' ' '
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Child' Slippers, red felt . J.. . .60
Child's Slippers, red feet, fur top ......85
Women's Slippers, felt, brown or black ' ....1.00
Women' Slippers, felt, fur top ..' ; 1.00
Women' Slippers, velvet, fur top ....1.50
Women' Slipper, kid, fur top . .'. 1.75
Persian, boudoir slipper, hand turned, red and black ,...1.25
Men'a Slippers; in calf and kid colors, black, tan and wino. . . . 1.50
N.w style of Dr. Edison's famous shoe for women ISO
Wher ity , Ralston Company