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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1905)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1606.
THE MOKMNO ASTORIAN, ASTOKIA, OUEGON.
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yiMM There Is a necessity for additions' f PERSONAL MENTION. ' H a ... .
I 1 1 Quarters and barrack ai Vort fltcvenf I If aBBSBBssSBsjSBB
The Chance of a Lifetime;
RIPE B A NANAiS
TODAY SOC the dozen.
, Rembr !' Not Toaorrow Of HxtWt tut TODAY v -
ROSS, HIGGINS a c3o.
. Amusements Tsnlght
Btsr TheaterVaudeville. ,
A ..tAwlA lut
' Lsg MMtlng Tanlghi
ft." A. ItV BUJonn enperP
B. P. 0. .
K. O. T. M
Sons Herman, Queen Louise lodge,
Finnish Workmen's Co-operative
Association. , ,
ilcandlnavlan Benevolent Society,
Finnan Haddlcs today at
A numbr of the local politicians have
ion to Hnlm on onVlal business.
Don't full to get Finnan lladdle at
Today la St. Valentine's day and
the postomts business will be mater
The Commercial Club has act apart
)Vednes4ay evenings to be used for
r'lMermen wanting lead fall t 1"S
Tenth street: the junk houee; olao
.1000 sacks for aale.
The Hume mill cloaca down tempo
rarlly yesterday on account of some
of th water malna being frown, cut
tine off tht water aupply. Repairs will
bt made today, CJT'I ' fl '
Will Clinton left yeaterday for Alus
ka, where W baa tome mining inter
est Ha la Intereated In mlnci In the
Tanan dlatrlct and expects to be ab
sent several yeaa.
W. X lfkse baa opened the cleaneat
and beet appointed restaurant In As
torla at 120 Eleventh street The beat
In the market, and the prompteat serv
The Orotto will supply patrons with
delicious Tom and Jerry erery day.
The superior quality of foods which
res made the Grotto popular, will be
For sals At Ossten's feed Stable,
No, 101 Fourteenth street; one Landle'a
harness machine; ons Smith-Premier
typewriter; one 10 hp motor and belt-
tnf ; 1000 good sacks. : j .
For food things to sat call at (II
Commercial or phone Main IIL
We have Juit received a ahlpment of
Una Norway Herring and Anchovla.
Dry Sole One bottle of dry-sole in
aiiffielnnl til mflki wfttArnrAnf mjHtfirul
pairs of shoes and add conslJorably j
to their life and uwfulni. Sold by
Peterstm ft Rrown.'
There Is a neceetlty for additions
quarters and barracks at Fort Stevem
the present" quarters being Inadequate
The mutter baa been referred to Sen
ator Fulton, with a request that sum
elont appropriations be secured to en
lorge the present quarters.
A good quality of coal la ths most
satisfactory and economical fuel you
can uys. Poor coal, like poor wood, I
only an aggravation. High grade coal
la far cheaper than any other fuel El
more ft Co. sell only the best and de
liver It In any part of the city, In sacks
or lumps Ring up phone 10(1.
Work on the new city ball Is pro
gressing satisfactorily and the con
tractors, Ferguson ft Houston, expect
to nave the building ready to turn
over to the city within three months.
Work of installing the heating plant
has been In progress and will be com
pleted within a few days. -
The Imperial oyster house Is pre
pared to furnish Shoalwater bay eye-
ters In quantities of pints and quarts
to supply the family trade. Colonial
oysters always on hand.
A. Jaloff has leased the store at the
corner of Ninth and Bond street and
will open out a clothing store.
Schllts's beer made Milwaukee fa
mous, and Is having the same effect on
the Grotto. Nothing, better on the
The Occident tensorlal parlors and
bath facilities are equalled by none.
Everything modem nd tip to date.
For wagons, buggies, plows, harrows
and all kinds of farm tools and ma
chinery see R. M. Gaston at 101 Nth
street, Astoria, Ore,
Ht. John's chapter, R. A. U.,
will meet tonight. Work In the P. M
and M. E. M. AU members ore re
quested to be present.
If you have a cought or cotd be sure
and get a bottle of Whits Pine Cougli
Syrup. The best to be had. For sale
at the Owl and Eagle Drug Stores, at
18 and (0 cents per bottle.
Dry Sole Physicians state that
many aliments are traceable to wet
feet. Eepeclally Is this so In a large
percentage of female cases. !S rents
n bottle. Peterson ft Drown.
Attorney George Kaboth of the
lice court has Ivsued an edict pardon
Ing all offenders for the present week
Preparations for the coming fishing
senson Is occupying all of hlx time
Sweet naval oranges from 11 to 45c
psr doien. Plenty of good cooking ap
ples at lOe per box.
lios Cabin Flour. Made from the
best Bluestem wheat. Once tried,
Dry. Sole Will preserve the soles of
the shoes and cause them to wear
longer than they would without It. it
cents a bottle, Peterson ft Brown.
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Ws have soma extra choice Salmon
Tips, put up in'UIb klta espaolaUr for
family trade, at special prices.
FOARD ft STOKES.
There Is no complaint about bnainess
at ths Star saloon. Good goods and
courteous treatment will draw trade to
any first-class saloon. That's what
makes business good at ths Star. Ths
best Is none too food for our customers.
The bond of Harry Hill, supervisor
of road district No. 14, Punh precinct
was approved by the county court yes
terday. The bond of A. W. Duncan
and Mr. Irwin were returned for cor
A complaint was filed In the county
court yesterday charging Mrs. Ivy Bird
with Insanity, the complaint being
made by Mr. Bird. Mrs. Bird Is a
resident of Seaside, The charges wilt
be investigated at today's session.
On account of District Attorney Har
rison Allen being called away from the
city on official business, the case of
John, Haha against B. F. Allen for
criminal libel will not be tried. The
case will be set as soon as Mr. Allen
On sale Tuesday Morning,
500 remnants of Carpet
and Matting from one yard
to ten yards in length at
One-Half Price. "
See Window Display.
CHAS; HEILBORN $ SON j
Complete House Furnishers.
Mrs. Albert Robert's name was ac
cidentally . left out of the list of the
ladles who wor full dress, colonial
styles, at the Women's Club party on
DHiurosy aurrnoon ana as sns was
gowned In an unusually pretty style
her name should have been one of ths
first to appear.
At the session of ths circuit court
which convenes next Monday, very
rew cases will be ready for trial A
number of Important decisions will
probably be rendered by Judge Mc
Bride. There are several criminal
cuses to be considered, but It Is very
probable that all will plead guilty and
no Jury trial is anticipated.
REWARD Ws shall give 10 In gold
ss a first prise, and IS as a second
prise to ths boy or girl under IS years
of sge, writing the best poem of twj
or more verses, using ths MONARCH
RANGE ss ths subject of the poem. All
poems to bs handed In before I p, m.
on February 16, 1906. Charles Hell
born ft Son. Complete House-furnishers,
6B0-&32 Commercial Street
The Norwegian Literary Society
nit-d articles of Incorporation in the
county clerk's office yesterday. Onrar
Thompson, Anton Imlerguard and
Chris Olsen are the Imorixirutore.' The
object of the Incorporation Is for lit
erary and mutual benefit among the
Norwegian residents of Antorlu. The
capital stock is placed at 1500.
rrea ixws of Portland was in the
city yesterday, ,-. ',
E. N. Smith of Seattle was In the
Ity yesterday. !
John Flnley of Portland was In th
Mrs. F. D. Kuetner Is visiting with
friends in Portland.
C. A. Hendrlckaon of Hammond was
in ths city yesterday.
F. M. Grsy of San Francisco arrived
on the Columbia, yesterday.
John McOowan and Henry McGowan
were In the city yesterday,
P, H. Worsley of Ban Francisco
registered at the Occident .
Mrs. Charles Jordan of Cathlamet
was In ths city yesterday.
Dr. Alfred Kinney, returned yester
day from a visit in Portland.
A. M. . Smith, representing Fuller
Co- is In ths city on business.
T. R. Stokes has been in Portland
the past few days on business.
uaoiei jonnson of Portland regis
tared at the Central yesterday.
A. N. Pendleton, who has been sick
the past week. Is able to be out
Pat Lawler went on a hunting trip
to Warrenton and Seaside yesterday.
Mr. Petterson of ths Altoona Pack-
ing Company was In the city yester
George Hannigan, editor of the Cath
lamet Gazetto, was In the city yester
Mrs. D. H. Welch returned yester
day from a visit with friends In Port
Martin Foard has returned from
Biicoda and will be at home during the
Superintendent McGuire returned
from a business trip to Portland yes
Captain George L. Coodale returned
yesterday from a business trip to Van
Rev. Q. M. Thorpe of SeaslJe passed
through the city yesterday en route to
Hon. O. C. Fulton and Collector of
CuHtoms W. L. Robb are in Salem on
Mine Fay Delllnger returned home
yesterday after an absence of nearly
two years in California.
St. Gorman of Cathlamet was in the
city yesterday attending a meeting of
I the Altoona Cannery Company.
Complaint Is made that some milk
men drive on the sidewalk on Seventh
street to the great annoyance of resi
dents. The street department will have
a special officer appointed to And out
the transKressor. There Is an ordi
nance prohibiting driving on the side
walks and an effort will be made to
The carpenters are at work re
modeling the store of S. Danslger ft
Co. The main stairway has been torn
out and moved to the west side of the
building. Work on the Interior Is In
progress, partitions are being torn out
and an entire new front will be put In.
When completed it will be one of the
finest store buildings In Astoria.
Superintendent of Streets Kearney
has repaired Exchange street between
Seventeenth and Foard ft Stokes" hall.
so that It will be In a safs condition
for the ball to be given by the Sons of
Hermann. The fence built across tht
street near the alley way running to
Commercial street has been removed,
affording access to that street.
Notwithstanding all of the attrac
tions were not presented last evening
at the Star, those who attended were
more than pleased with the excellent
program. The woVld-famous Cardownle
sisters did not arrive until lost even
ing, and will be seen tonight and alo
at the matinee this afternoon. Peo
ple who have seen them at other
places pronounce them without doubt
to be the finest sister team ever seen
on the stage. These with the excellent
bill. Including the wonderful bears who
perform marvellous feats, will give
the public a vaudeville entertainment
seldom witnessed In Astoria. Every
number is of the highest class and
calculated to please theater-gpers. The
unusual large patronage accorded the
Star has been the Incentive of Man,
ager Gervurta to securt first-class at
Commencing 'Monday, February 13,
to Saturday, February 18,
inclusive, we will sell any axe that you see in our
window and. we hate lots more like them for '
The regular.' price of these axes was frcm $ 1.25 to
OARD A STOKES 0
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From 1-4 cent to $2.50.
New Styles, Fine Assortment.
Commercial and 12th Streets.
After the evening services of the
Methodist church at Seaside Sunday
night the question ot establishing a
cemetery was brought up and Rev. G.
M. Thorp requested to appoint a com
mittee to make arrangements for one.
The following committee was appoint
ed; Dr. Lewis, A. D. Rockefeller, G. A.
W. Russell, G. E. Friend and J. K.
Consumers of water supplied by the
small reservoir found themselves with
out any water yesterday morning. The
water has been allowed to run in
number-of places, reducing the supply
so that there was not sufficient force
to keep the small pipes from frees-
Ing. Plumbers were In demand all day
to repair pipes. It Is seldom thot As
toria has such a continued cold spell
and the people are not prepared for It
Reopened Under New Management
John Blaalch has leaaed the Califor
nia Restaurant and Oyster House and
Is now prepared to serve the public
Ths best oysters and meals In the
Ity. Family trade supplied. Good
cooks, polite waiters and prompt ser
Finnan Haddle fresh every steamer.
, FOARD ft STOKES.
An adjourned meeting ot the county
court was held yesterday morning. The
contract with Hastle ft Dougan for the
construction of the court house was
approved and signed. The contract Is
in accordance with the bill introduced
tn the legislature authorising the coun
ty court to enter Into contract for com
pleting the court house. The original
contract was for $97,151, but did not
Include pluming, lighting and several
necessary requirements which are now
included In the contract The new con
tract Is for 1 103,800.50, which will be
the total cost of the building. Work
will not be commenced until after the
supreme court has passed upon the act
of the legislature authorising its con
Miss Johnson, a resident of lower
town, attempted to commit suicide by
drowning last evening about t o'clock
She had returned from supper and
started tor the foot of Sixth street
Friends suspected her Intentions and
followed her. She jumped off the road
way Into the river, but was rescued.
Medical assistance was summoned and
the woman pumped out and her lite
Mra Mallory presented her husband
with a son Sunday morning, Dr. O. B.
How true to the name
$3.50 and $4.00
Perfect la Fit.
' Perfect iaStyie.
BLUCHERS CK LACE.
Wher ity, Ralston & Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers. . "
A marriage license was granteJ yes
terday to Wm. R. Medley and Kate R.
McKay, both of Jewell.
Fancy Queen Olives, 20o per pint at
FOARD ft STOKES.
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemian Beer
Best In The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.