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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON".
WORDS Fill PULPIT
QUALITY AND QUANTITY, SOMETHING RIAL GOOD. ' ,
Royal Chinook Salmon Tips in 171b
Cans, $1.90 the can. .
Just in, New Finnan Haddies .
ROSS, HIGGINS Co.
' THE LEADING GROCERS.
THE QRIGINTQR '
Rev. Rydqtiistis Able Sermon
OP A GOOD THING
ON WARFARE AND HEROISM
Hot drink and sandwiches tl Hoef
Mrt. Tilda Anderson, insagt. 1470
Grand Avtnu. Civet either at home or
N. A. Aektrman, East Oth it. does til
manner of texldermy, furniture upbol
staring, carptt cleaning tnd hying, nut
trtea making a specialty tod all work
to the Public.
Owing to tht volume of our ouUidt
bukliwM, we bav lorn compelled for
some time peat to neglect tht city real
estate, and we now Uka great pleeaurs
In announcing to our friend that w
have procured tba eervloe of Dick
Davie, tba well known and efficient real
estate man, to taka charge of tbia
branch of our work. Wa will la pleaa
rd to bava our patron and other bar
Jug property for aala, call and llt tba
luii with ua, aaauring them that It
wilt ba given tba moat prompt and very
THE ASTORIA ABSTRACT, TITLE ft
179 Uth street
Mra. A. B Jewett ass pleasure in an
Bouncing to her frirnda and patron that
aba la now in possession of a success
ful system of waterproofing cloth
material. Bha will damonatrata tba in
tubating procaaa, upon call, at bar
room, No. 154 Ninth ttreet.
Tba Little Book Start for tai.
Kraut Is now
siS-iis Twelfth Stmt, Astoria.
TOR COUGH AND COLD.
Nothing ia better, than ayrup tar tnd
wild (berry. 25c and 60c a bottle. Sold
by the Owl and Kagle Drug Store.
A reward of twenty-five dollar will
It J Id for the reeow-ry of tba body of
tba lata Capt. J. P. Hansen of tba Schr,
George C. l'erkina, euppoacd to have
been drowned Nov. 4th.
Temple Lodge No. 7. A. F. 4 A. M
E. C. IIOLDEN, Sac.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
On the fifteenth of November, the en
tire steck of good at th Utile Hook
Store, will be put on kale at cost, Christ
inaa bargain in book, atationery nov
eltie, etc. 174 Tenth atreet.
PROPOSALS TOR BIDS.
fi aled proposal for bid will be re
nied at the office of the Columbia
River Packer' Aviation for Uit ercc
lion f a wharf and warehouse on the
site of the old Ooriii nt cannery In Up
per Astoria, Plana and specification can
lit aeen at the office. Hbta wilt ba open
ed on Nov. 18 at 20 o'clock t. m. The
right ia reserwd to reject any or all
COLUMBIA RIVER PACKER'S AS
Aatorka, Oregon, Nov. 9, 1005.
Order for Australian coal will now
be filled promptly from cargo Jut ar.
rivitl in hip ""Illy tw I wood." Weil
known, aa mot satisfactory ami evx-
nomiml fuel Send your order to our
office, corner Ninth and Commercial, or
call up phone 1MI.
ELMOKK 4 CO,
For good nvala and dainty lunehea
give the Palace ReaUurant din
tog room a a. call; an experienced and
polite corpa of waiter to aerve tad
pleae you. Private dining-room fof
ladle. Commercial, opposite Page
NOTICE OF CITIZEN'S ASSEMBLY.
All cititene of Astoria without re-
gard to party, who believe In nonpar-
i4n politic and tjiat th greant
good can be accomplished; by united
tion in aelecting the most anitable
candidate for office from all parties
without other conidcration than the
qualifications of the perann selected, are
reapcctfally requested to assemble in
tba Council chamber in the new city
hall on Wednesday tho 15th day of
November, 1905 at 8 o'clock p. m. to
nominate candidate for office at the
coming city 'eV-ction to ba held in Aa-
tori December 13th, 1IHI3. All matter
of Intercut to the laboring man and
huima man or in anywise affecting
the progrese or prosperity of the City of
Astoria will be open for consWerjthm
and all interested ahould a tend. -
Hy Order of the Citizen' Committee.
We Are Getting Ready to Move
Tht great furniture bargain we art now offering will aoon end and you
will ba lorry If you overlook the opportunity to buy bfort it ia too late.
Every Purchase You
Now Make Meansi
We offer you tht cholct of the largest and bt itock of household
gooda tver diplayed lu Aktoria. ' ' . ..
Aitaria't Leanding and CompleeHousefUrniahera. i 'o
t'i i ..i , .. " 'i- M v i
jl! CONFUTE m-rVPmSHIBS. j fij'
Beat Tboughti tf as Able Diacourat
Prentd Larje Congrexation Oat to
Llaten Paitor'a Forcible Analyai of
a Great Priblem.
I!ev. Hyd'iiUt opfike to a very large
udi-n on tlm aubjeet, "The (,1irltian'
Warfare and H'-roi-in." U id in
"Tli Ungtiage of mir Ililde, enpecially
it i found in the original Hebrew
ami Cr-k i very flrtirative. It ia there
fore ofu-n difficult to emUhlixh the
meaning of a text. In interpreting or
preacbitij; upon a text one mutt be
thoroughly acualoU-d witt thai situa
tion in (jueiition, with the language and
utoiiu of the people wboe thought
one i to intrepret. Our text I full of
iiiiilie and word picture, placing be
foiv our niiln a panorama of battle.
There U tlie army, tlm enemy, the wea
pon ami a constant warfare going on.
Hut above thU panorama of atrife and
Irugyle thcrt i a erown. Can you
e it ftlow? It i more radiant than
a kinx'n. It i he victor' crown.
What are Uie motive of thi war
fare? Why not lie a peace with our
eneinl-? Ala, too many are at peace
with them, but they are in the rank and
ami file of atan.
'The motive of a ChritMn knight
for carrying on thi warfare ia love In
the firt place.' "It U hi love to Gol,
a deni; for freedom from the alavery
of piofl, a hmginfr for that which 1
good, true, and eternal. And he atrug-
glc for tiwte, and he give kimxelf no
rent 'til all are won. The era-mica to
I fought and conquered are the fleh,
the world, and the devil. The moot dan-
gerou enemy i eclf with it evil pa
ion and peculiar temperament. We
are alway ready to put the blame for
our mi-fortune, our fall, and ruin on
ometbing ouUide of eclf. But ewry
man U himw-lf reontible before God.
Lewrn tlierefore U maetrr aelf, your
laioii, yourj ti-mperamenta early, and
let the will, convinced of that which ia
gtMM, n)-Jgn auprM. The) wold I
dangerona a an enemy because it con
ceal it true nature and confront ua
umlcr the cover of friendship.
Many deny tlie 'exiatence of a per-
onal.devil. They ay he ia only a per-
Kinification of evil Hut who mn ex
plain, Uw exikb-nce of evil witiiuut a
ouree, abd who can account for it
rapid progmw without a power and di
rector behind it? lleroim consist in
the fortitude, palieru-e, ami courage of
the warrior. No difficulty or dsanger aT
frighta him, no pain but what la? can
bear, no, not even death pale hiiu. Our
martyred sire, the heroe and aainta
of the church poeied tlM- virti-a in
a greab-r measure tlnwi any Alexander
or (Vatcr ever did."
t, UILM. (
eserves the most credit
of course, but the
first user comes next.
Although you may not be
first to appear in one of our
new L. Adler Bros. &' Co.,
Rochester made fall suits, there
is nothing to prevent yon from
being one of a pretty good look
$15.00 to $30.00 for style, fit
and service equal to made to
measure at $40.00 to $60.00.
C. H. COOPER
House of Astoria
DON IS DEAD.
Don, the o leven year old Spaniel of C.
Curtk i dead. He died yenterday
morning by choking on a bone that got
caught in hi throat. Everybody
around the Atorian office will mi hi
friendly, kindly face, hi unobtrusive,
quiet and gentls way. Don waa not
m-rnpier, nor a howler, nor t growl-
he never filed kick, never com
plained of being overlooked or alighted,
never protested about imagined wrong,
never butted in, never tried to run the
iflleci He would come in, nit down,
ml wag Jii tail two or Uiree time
or ewry word of cheer that went hi
ayj he wa here at any, and all, hour
f th dav or night, alway the aame,
phuid, patient, lnofTnive nd easy
going, lie bad a benign, imviiigviu
face; wa a well-mannered, well dis
poned newspaper dog. He waa faithful
hi master in all thing, and on ex
cellent U-rm with the world in gener-
He ha filled hi sphere acceptably
cone hi way to dogheaven, if
them i auch place, and if there i'nt,
thero ahould be, if only for he beati
tude of honeat beaU like Don. Their
right to celettial happincua ia far above
par wihcu compared to the rating
ihieved by aome peraon we all ' know.
A Dluatront Calamity.
It i a diaasterout calamity, when you
lose your health, because) jlndigWtion
and consumption htvt snapped It away.
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. Klng'a
New Lift Pilla. They build up your di
gestive organs, tod curt headcahe, dis
tiness, colic, constipation, etc Guaran
teed at Charlet Rogers' Drug store j 25c
TERSE TALES OF THE TOWN
Fart Steven Win By a score of 6
to 4, Fort Steven- defeated the Owa
punpun on the local ground yesterday
afternon in an interesting game, of foot
ball. In the rat half the 'Puna acored
a touchdown, but failed to kick the
goal In the second half the soMcr
made a touchdown tnd kicked a goal.
Eaglet Bold Nest-Warming, The
Eafle met for the second time in the
new Redmen'a hall yetrdy and there
wa a good old-fashioned "nest warm
ing." After the regular meeting the
Rirde flocked to the large dining room
room wherw a varied atjrtment of
good things were awaiting hem, and it
i needles to any they thoroughly en
joyed theinelvea, in the lunch and re
Big Neir Af,ain Nellie Thompson,
the woman of tihe half world, who baa
repeatedly, attempted her owa life by
poison, waa arrested on a charge of
drunkenness by the police yeaterday.
The woman ha made the authorities
considerable trouble on a number of oc
caions, and ho will probably be order
ed to k-ave the city today.
' Work ProgTetsini Rapidly The paint
ing of thjs exterior of the new St
Mary's hospital building ha been near
ly completed, tnd the whole work of
construction is progressing rapidly.
Vigorous Campaign The local branch
of the Salvation Army i prosecuting
a vij,irous campaign in thi city. Sev
eral sfrvef nieettng; are held every
day, and while visit are also made to
outside points. Lat week meeting
were held at Fort Columbia and otLcr
pointa on the other side of the river.
Funeral Services Held Service over
the remains of Mist Effie Huntington,
wtho died at the home of her titter,
Mrt. M. A. Stevens, early yesterday
morning', wre held ia Poll's undertak
ing parlor yesterday evening. The body
wa shipped on bha evening train,' to
CowliU, Wash where tls inferment,
will be made.
of the care, taken
in selecting in
EIGHT SOUS LAW
To B Put in Operation la Astoria en
January First. .
At tcSe regular monthly meeting of
Typographical Union, No. 604,, of .this
city, beldvyeB?rdy afternoon t .waa
decided to inaugurate tht eight-hour
working day in Astoria, commencing on
Monday. January 1, 1900, in fuiracoord
with tit Interu)Uional Typograpbicfel
Union law. ' .
The local executive committee waa in
structed to, wait upon tht proprietors
of the different papers and printing of
fices in this city, and secure aignaiurca
of same to the contract providing for
such a. acale of time, and to report back
to the Union in due course.
The Typographical Union ia one of
the oldest, aa well aa the most progres
sive bodies of organized labor now in
exisence, having been in constitutional
operation for over 60 yvars, now num
bering over 600 local unions with a
membership of 60,000 craftsmen in good
Oregon Attorney -General Declares Him
self Upon It
Salem, Nov. 12.. In answer to an in
quiry from State Health Officer Robert
C Yenney, of Portland. Attorney -Gen
eral Crawford today rendered decision
holding that the State Board of Heal La
baa no authority to require that child
ren shall be vaccinated before gaininf
admlseioa to the public schools.
Tht Attorney-General quotes from
the law creating the Board of Health,
ahowing that the board has general to
pervislon of the health of the state and
power to ettabllati quarantine. The
vaccination rub "would not be ia tht)
nature of a quarantine; htenoe the board
cannot find itt aathoriiyin that provis
ion. Neither doe Mr. Crawford think the
clause giving the board general euper
vision will authorise them to eetablinti
a new qualification for admiaaioa to
the pubic schools unless there it ap
parent danger of an -epidemic of small
"I Thank Tht Lord!" . "
cried Hannah Plant, of Little) Rock,
Ar, "for tht relief I got from Bock
lea's Arnica Salve. It cured iny fearful
running torea, which nothing a 1st would
heal, and from which I had suffered for
S years." It it a marvelous healer for
cuts, burnt and wound. Guaranteed at
Charlet Rogers' drug store tSe.
NOW IS THE TIME
Fine display of .framed pictures Special discount of 12
per cent this week. Finest line in the city.
hSvenson's Book vStore,
, ; Fourteenth and Commercial Street
XmiiS0 Sold on.
J. A. FOLCER CO. CO.
BtTU8Ma MM ,
A Complete llss cf
. Anything la a first clasejitoTe eith
er Wood cr Coal or Combined, you w3
find at. ?,
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