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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1905)
SATBDAY, NOVEMBER il, 1903.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON,
THE ORIGINATOR ;
OF A OOOD THING
Things Political and the Men that
DEMOCRATS THE VERY NAME
A Bmkfait delight Juit In and Just right.
Extra Large New England Bloater
Mackerel 40c Each
TAey arc fat and floe, quality unurpesed. Your table need 'em.
ROSS, HIGGINS L Cp
THE LEA Dllf 0 GBOCEBS.
TERSE TALES OF THE TOWN
Former Aitorla Druultt. ('. II. ('ran.
a former Atorie tlruUt ha now
oprneu a mora iu r.i roruanu.
.. a t
; Mot Eggs From Government FUh
ji'umiw .lpuiiuiig, mirir m win
triva another batch of aalmoii egg
frum tli government hatcheries.
Repair to Howell Plant Tli plant
of tlia Howell Hhingle Co., at Kkatnoka-
wt, la tlitit (low temporarily, pending
Mmw repair. Monday the mill turned
out 272,000 hinglc, which wae the
Happy Young Ptopte -County Clerk
Clinton yetrday lue marriage II
cene to the following named couple s
Andere Granberg, of tiraye Hiver ami
Ml Annie Barr, of tlil county; and to
S. H. Davie and Ml Una II. Harder,
both of (1atp County.
Decided Advantage The new achrme
Inaugurated by Fred Brown here of ell
Ing choice candle In th thelre, ha
mved a binning to the tiy who are
out with their girl and have forgotten
to aupply thenuelvet before- going to
the ahow. It 1 quit ah Innovation.
Event f Pleasurs-I m. the afternoiin
and svenlg of December 7, next, a plea
ant time i to bo bad in the baemciit
of the (!rae Epicopal church In thU
city, when the annual aale of dainty
thing of beauty and variety, under the
auplee of the ladies of the church,
We carry a large
assoitment of Crepe
Paper Napkin Call
and sec our .sample
book and make your
118111 Twelfth Street, Aitorla.
Ready For Business in 6ur
THE MOST RPACIOU8 PLACK OF WMNS IN TUB CITY
YOU CAN SEK W1LAT YOU BUY AND BUY WHAT YOU VLKXSK
WITH THE GREATEST COMFOKT, FROM AN ASSORTMENT OF
GREATER THAN ALL THE STORES COMBINED IN THE CITY AND
UNEXCELLED BY NONE IN THE STATE. ' '
WF. PARTICULARLY INVITE YOU AT THIS TIME TO CALL AND
SEE HOW NICELY WE ARE PREPARED TO SERVE YOU.
tf CHAS. HEILB0RN S CO,
M CeMPifTr HoJSl
New Citltena Victir Ilirna atid Ed
ward Berger, both native of Finland,
have formally signing their Intention
of beroining American clti.en Jut a
wMn a the law allow it. They filed
declaration with the county clcik, ye,
I. C. Kanford and W. F. Croby, of the
( ampltell, Nanford, Henley Company, of
I'ortlurid, were in the city, yeterday,
looking up the etatua of their aU-amer,
the Olympian; they left for the metrop
olis on the 0:10 train let night.
DeliDquent Tai Sale The nln rilT will
begin the wilea of projierty in ChUop
County under the drlinf1iiiit tax law, on
Thursday, December iW, ltH5. It I
thought by fie time for beginning the
air, the approximate amount involved
wilt be k than $2500.
Called to Salem TV death of Mm.
W. J. Hcrren at her Kalem home at 3:15
o'clock y 'Unlay morning, called Mr.
C. W. IIMim, of thU city, hem, to
that plai, on the evenig expre. ' Mr.
Ibrren a the grandmothrr of ilr.
Ilnlmra. Tli' deffax'd lady u a na
tive of MiHouri and of the ag of 73
year. Mia eroded the plain in 1H43
and marrn-d Mr. Ilrrren hre. Qult a
family live to mourn her demi.
Protein Against Improvement lucob
Kaki ha filrd a communication with
City Auditor Anderon, profiting
eRaint Die aanenament of hi prnerty
for the improTement of Hum Av-mi.
He ronti-nd that but threo feet of the
trcet abulia on hia property, but that he
will le comMllrd to pay at the ame
ratio a the other property owner.
DOCK PROBLEM SOLVED.
The common council of New Atoria
ha evidently eettled tlie much, and
long, mooted iution of what in do
with that (100 In iU ntunirial treas
ury. Quite a utir ha arien ocraaional
ly, of luie, in that hamUotne little u
burb, a to what Khould be done with
thi urplu; tome wanted it dixbiirned
for tire apparalua, othi for etreet
lighting, and "till other wanted a dock
built. The problem la c tiled at ket
Contractor L. la-beck yesterday clowl
a deal for the erection of a 700 foot
pier, 10 feet in width leading from chan
nel water In Young Hay to the terra
flrma of the town, at a contract eot of
152V The work la to I completed by
the lat day of the year 1WW.
UNCLE JOSH. . '
Pon't furget the matinee at Fiher'
today by the Iloiich company at 2 p. in.
Co "I'ncle Johh" and have a goinl
laugh. Poll and kkatet will be given
to children, x 1
Not a cent ifantcd, unkaa you are
cured. If you art aick and ailing, tako
Holiater'a Rocky Mountain Tea. A great
blea-dng to the human family. Make
you well keep you well. 33 oenU Tea
or Tablet. Sold by Frank Hart.
- FwiMl5MtB;;:'4n V5
Odda and End Begotten of the Cam
paign Sluih Fund Underway to Open
the Town Wide Mr. Foard's Statue
What People Say and Tbiak.
It atrike the ordinary thinking citl-
aen of Atoria that the Atria Daily
Budget ha had a radical change of
lnart alnee It fell all over iUelf eom
mendlng SherifT I.inville and othera, Iat
June, upon the aueee attained In clott
ing down the natly limit of open vice
in thU city, and congratulated lUelf
and the Alria public on the suroeae
from mixiou depravity. It la now al
ligned with the Democrat and their
trailer in an rITort to oen up the
city agaiu. Of c-oiire the Democrat
have not avowed them.clve for an open
town iu m many word; it I not their
tyle, nor jiolicy. They lack the cour
age to Niy what they etand for, what
they are after: And until they do aay,
unequivocally, that they are not for
a wide oien town, the aiuitiptiim of
their will and purpose to restore the, old
order of thing, will be tacitly held
againxt them and every paper that tup-
There nothing smbiguou about the
tand taken by the Republican, nor by
thi, their paper, and if either of the
organ now championing the Democrat
and their bob-tailed allir, ha the cour
age, let them publish an affirmative or
negative anwer to thi question:
Are you In favor of permitting gamb
ling and dancehalla la the city of As
toria after the ut day of January aeit?
Yer, or No, Gentlemen!
The IVmmifrU, and tjicfr political
servant, need not lay the flattering
xdare to their uneay mind that Mar
tin Foard I going to niandamu Judge
Anderwm for a place on the Democratic'
ticket next month. He ha other plan.
He doe not need to go upon any ticket
and if he lid ha would go upon hi own
ticket, the Republican. He i (till, and
will be when heard from again. Police
CommiMioner of the City of Atoiia,
with four year to eerve.
It wa n-Mrted yesterday afternoon
that the Democrat and their hired men,
a it- busy raising a large campaign fund
and .that the gambler, dance-hall-men
and other all-round eporta, are contri
buting handsomely. Tlw purJ.oe of
such a fund i gucahle. The Atorian
will have more to say aWit thi.
A. S. Tee will file hi acceptance of
the Republican nomination for the. city
iiiVevliii, in.uuc eitoi He ap
preciate the endorsement of the Demo
crat, and their follower, of course, but
he is a Republican first.
Don't dispute your title, gentlemen!
It is the Democratic party that i in
the nun pnrti-an saddle, and it is held
there by the sustaining hand of the
siite-heaiK When Nuia-fide Democrat
of the type of C. .?. Trcnchard, Herman
Wise,' J. V. Burns, Percy Sovey, A. M.
Smith. K. M. Baker. Gus. Canithr. Fred
Wright and C. .If Cmti, handle a meet
ing a they handled the convention on
lus.t Wednesday evening, out of hand,
from ftart to finish, undisputed, un-
nie-vtioned. Hie ingenuity of the Devil
himself would fail to produce any other
conviction. Oh, ye! It' the Demo-
ratio party, all right; and not at all
particular a to it booster,' thank
Think of a police-commisloner-to be
slipping out of a es-ion of that body
and doing tlie "liglit-fnUstic-toeM in a
ilance hall, jut after he ha voted to
break eome par polu-eman for doing hi
duly just a shade too well! Rah!
Well. If up to the Astoria voter.
He U tle court of last reort; he Is
the arbiter of the fate of the town; he
in the Kami power, after all I eaid and
done. What he ay, goe, If the whole
town goe with It.
1 Thank The Lord!",
eried Hannah Plant, of Littlei Rock,
Ar, "for tht relief I got from Buck-
ten's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful
running sores, which nothing else would
heal, and from which I had suffered for
I years." It la a marvelous healer for
euta, burns and wound. Guaranteed at
Charles Rogtrs drug store j 25a
c. H. COOPE1R jfStL
GOING LIU EOT CAKES.
At the recent rate of deliveries the
800 ton of Australian coal now being
discharged from the ship Blytheawood
at the Elmore coal wharf will not laet
very long. It look a though every
body ha been waiting for Australian
coal. Captain Pritchard ays this car
go is the beet coal ever brought to thi
RIP VAN WINKLE TONIGHT.
A big houe greeted the. Roach Dra
matic troupe, at Fishera Opera House,
last night, when the "Foxy Tramp" was
played by special request. It- wa
smoothly carried out and afforded a val
lot of fun for the audience that wen
prepared to laugh. Henry Mills won the
fine dinner et There will be a mati
nee today at 2 o'clock with "Uncle Josh
on the bill, and tonight the sterling
drama "Rip Van Winkle" will hold the
Ismrd and the audience. The troupe
ha given splendid satisfaction in all
the work it has done in its two week'
H. D. Dei t rich, of New York, is in the
city on Duines.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It Is a disasterous calamity, when you
lose your health, because indigestion
and consumption have snapped it away.
Prompt relief can bo had in Dr. King's
New Life Tills, They build up your di
gestive organs, and cure hesdeahe, dix-
line's, colic, constipation, etc. Guaran
teed at Charles Rogers' Drug store; 25c
Wood! Wood! Wood! Wood! Wood!
For choice dry box-wood, telephone
2064 Black, or leave orders at the As
toria Grocery. O. Nel?on, "The Wood
Prof N. M. Lyon, America's premier
tattoo artist, at 41S Bond street. Shoot
The ladies of the Methodist church
are busily engaged preparing for their
annual sale which will take place
Mrs, Tilda Anderson, msssage, 1470
Grand Avenue. Given either at home or
11m. A. B Jewett has pleasure In an
nouncing to her. friends and patrons that
she is now in possession of a success
ful system of water-proofing cloth
materials. She will demonstrate the in-
.. . -
uereaung process, upon can, at nor
rooms, No. 154 Ninth street
CLOSING OUT SALE.
On tht fifteenth of November, the en
tire stock of goods at the Little Book
Store, will be put on sale at cost Christ
mas bargains in books, stationery nov
elties, etc, 174 Tenth street t
Morning Astorian, 75c per month.
TO TEX PUBLIC.
Owing- to tha volume of our outside
business, we have been compelled for
some time past to neglect tht city real
estate, and we now take great pleaaors
in announcing to our friends tbat ws
hare procured the services of Dick
Da vies, the well known and efficient real
estate man, to take charge of this
branch of our work. We will be pleas
ed to have our patrons and others bar
ing property for sale, call and list the
same with us, assuring them that it
will be given the most prompt and very
THE ASTORIA ABSTRACT, TITLE
179 11th street
A reward of twenty-live dollars will
be paid for the recovery of the body of
the late Capt. J. P. Hansen of the Schr.
George C Perkins, supposed to have
been drowned Nor. 4th.
Temple Lodge No. 7. A. F. t A. M.
E. C. HOLD EN, Sec,
Hot drinks and sandwiches at Hosf-
N. A. Ackermaa, East 9th st doea all
manner of texidermy, furniture uphol
stering, carpet cleaning and laying, mat
tress making a specialty and all work
The Little Book Store for sale.
-iS" 1 . r rs
NOW IS THE TIME
Fine display of .framed pictures Special discount of 12
per cent this week. Finest line in the city.
vSvenson's Book iStore,
Fourteenth and Commercial Street
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.
Mr. McKean ha removed from the
Woman's Exchange on 10th street, and
has opened a store on Uth street, where
she will handle crockery, glassware, ti
ware, toys, and fancy needlework.
MOVED AND READY.
Charles Heilborn 4 Co, have moved
into their new store and make the aa
nouncement that they are now open fee
buaines and are ready to fill all orders
COAL OF QUALITY.
Send in your orders at once for your
winter's supply of coaL The cargo of
Australian coal just received is Al in
quality and price is right Phone 196U
ELMORE AOa .
For good meals and dainty lunches
give the Palace Restaurant din
ing room a call: an experienced aad
polite corps of waiters to serve sal
please you. Private dining-rooms for
ladies. ' Commercial, opposite Page
: ; i
. FOR COUGH AND COLD.
Nothing is better than syrup tar and
wild cherry. 25c and 50c a bottle. Sold
by the Owl and Eagle Drug Stores.
A Complete Use cf
Anything la a first class stove eith
er Wood cr Coal or Combined, you wiS
17, J, Scully
470-472 COMMERCIAL STREET a