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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1905)
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER il, 11905.
THE MOUSING- ASTOUIAN. ASTORIA. OUEGON.
FIX THE HOLIDAYS
Sec our Thanksgiving Turkeys. Price
will long be forgotten and quality will
remain fresh in memory,
ROSS, HIGGINS (& Co.
WE DON'T HANDLE COLD STORAGE TURKEYS.
A GOOD WARM
Special Mating of Board of School
THANKSGIVING - CHRISTMS
V J u
TERSE TALES OF THE TOWN
Thanksgiving Turkeys. Turkeys for
th Thmikgling trade are t-tiiin'aiM'f mk
to arrive- and the prices quoted are
cente per Niuml.
Delegate to Immigration Conference.
Governor Chamberlain .ha apiMdiiM
Herman Colin a a. delegate to tin Na
tional ('otifprrniv of Immigration Ut 1
held In New York frmit December 0 to
Funtral Services Held Services over
the remain of John Lvn were held
from St. Mary' Catholic church yepr
day, ami the Interment wa In tlrecn
wood. Father Waters conductcU Urn
LlttW Girt Succumbs Klibcth
tila, the five week old daughter of Mr.
and Mr. J. A. I'iMila, of CppcrUiwn
died Sunday evening. 31i funeral will
m Jield from th house today, and the
Interment will bp al lira)' livrr.
Hai Been Poetponed-Owlng (0 the
Thaflkagiving holiday, the. regular
monthly meeting of the Astoria teacher
which waa to hate mi'iirrrd on Saturday
next, ha been potpoiicd until the tlr-t
Saturday in U10 next school month.
New Cannery Warehouses Paul
Slraiigcland haa Iwn awarded the con
tract for the comlrtictlon of two new
uhuun, on on site of the old Oc
cident cannery, ly tin Columbia Itiver
Packer' Acialioti, and the other in
I'ppcrtown hy the Altoona Parking t o.
Select your goods for
dinner from us, and
you will have no
need to worry in re
gard to quality.
lit-i 11 Twelfth Street, Astoria,
Social Dance A nocUl dam wan held
in the A. O. V. W. hall, lv the member
of the Li in-.In Annuity liilon last even
Wtit Astoria vs. Ilwsco A game of
fiMithall will he played on th Ilwaco
ground Thanksgiving day, between the
1rong Ilwm-o tram and Dm West A
toriaii. the Ilwaro tram will meet
tin Commercial lutr in th m-kwii,
Set for Friday The I CS of TIHS
dore l.iudi and 0. F. Keller, charged
with nialta'ioua il'triiitiin of proierty
hae w-t, hy J uljf HMHlmnn for
huting at 2 oVWk on Friday afternoon
net. lloth mrn are out on bond.
MISS HARPER A SUCCESS.
Greeted by Large and Pleated Houie
Mi toorgia llitrjx-r and a splendid
in.,iiy appeared at Fiher' rrpcra
llniiv List night in tin Miiular drama,
Krni Finn. Tin i Mi- llaricr' llrt
apro-aram in Alona, bin the rcep
tion a'vorW hr lat night wa full
iniMif that h i already a favorite
here, lli-r work savor of Uiai of a
lullar and half atar and rarrly Mn
in a rirrUir company. She played
the part of r'ruu Prou in a manner he
III line the hrkt of them, anil all ran con
eonirTatiilat Manager I K. Mif on mi
curing o (faid an attraction.
Mi lntvr' wardrol i the mot
Irt-aiiliful M-en here in a long time and
the production aa a whole, l one worthy
f muh praUn. JoMgly l i)ik a
Henri S'urtodi ahoweil hunxlf to ha an
actor of merit, and tfie entire nt a
one of exivlh nfe. The vaudeville ad
wire fin and received nierltd applaii-e.
Tnijfht, "The y ParWan" ha
hecn chon for the hill. It I a llrt
la comedy dovoij of horiH- iiliiy or
vulpirity, and one that U new to thi
part of the country ; j it haa had iiive
fill run In all the lurge eltir and with
a numlNY of good ecialtie will prove
delightful evening' entertainment.
Sivure your rt at lloeller'a.
NORWEGIANS TO CELEBRATE.
The Norwegian of tlii city will meet
al a great iiuwa meeting in Logan lull
on 1 hankgiving day at 8 p. m. to cele
brate the great event that have jut
occurred In Norway, in connection with
the nutional Thunkgiving duy. The
adiniion i fre and every laaly I in-
vited. A giMid program i prepared in
cluding addrea'e by )r, Majiotie. Itev.
luiaheim, Hev. C. Aug. Petcnw-n, Kev.
K. L Nunthriip ami Mr. (I, Thmpon.
Sinking by the Noruegian Singing mi
eioty, rwitatlon and music.
Wah your hand with warm water,
dry with a towel and apply Chamber
lain' Salve jut before going to bed,
and a epecdy cure ia certain. Thia
aalva ia alo unequalled for akin di
eae. For aala by Frank Hart and
Ready For Business in Our
THE MOST SPACIOUS TLACE OF BUSINESS IN TnE CITY
YOU CAN SEE WHAT YOU BUY AND BUY WHAT YOU TLEASE
WITH THE GREATEST 00MFOKT, FROM AN ASSORTMENT OF
GREATER THAN ALL THE STORES COMBINED IN THE CITY AND
UNEXCELLED BY NONE IN THE STATE.
WE PARTICULARLY INVITE YOU AT TJHS TIME TO CALL AND
SEE HOW NICELY WE ARE PREPARED TO" SERVE "YOU.
CHAS.HE1LB0RH S CQ
Two Vacation Pending for the As
toria Teacher, and Children Doori of
Several School Houaei to Be Changed
to Conform to City Fire Ordinance.
The hoaid of Ki-hool director for dis
trict Ni, I, tie City of Astoria, met at
":.'$' o'clock lt evening, at tin- oflii-e
of School Clerk E. Z. l'erguon, uHin
tlw call of the pre.id.-ut, Judge F. J.
Taylor, to consider aeveral matter of
iniortaiiie; and thwe were prewnt at
tlie meeting! DirecUr F. J. Taylor, J.
A. Aiken, .1. E. Iliggin. J. W. Welch
and Aug. JIoIiiiim, City School Superin
tendent A. E. Clark and School Clerk
The board w, calk-d to order by
I'le-iil.nt Taylor and I Im- following mat
ter Here di-poncd of ill keucm:
A reNH't from City SiiierinU-ndent
Clark on the matter of the door of
Sluvelv and Aldcrhrook tchool and
their PMinging inward intead of out
ward, and of the In ill confining them.
recommending their immediate cor
reel ion, w read, and led to general
diciiion. Tlie matter wo promptly
troated and rculted in an order that
tho Pepair Committee pniceed at once
with the changing of t.'w doors at Shi
vcly, AMcrhrook and the old Adair
building to conform to the ordinance of
The iuetion of holding M-hoid on next
KratUvf the day- aitjr T!.inkiviiig,
came rti for dicuwion and retulted ill
ruling directing that tlie miIiooI he
bl fnan Wednemlay pvenii(g (U-
morrow) the city.
The preident adw-cd the fixing of
he fhr it ma holiiUye, while the Ixmrd
wa on the kubject, and after a brief
argument it wa ordered by the board
that the chooli remain clel from
Friday evening, December until
V'cliiediiy momiiig January 3. 1PO0 a
ieiiol of eleen day.
The matter of devWing and Mipplying
the variou m-IhmiN with the neceary
crr for 11-e by the children wa
alo left to the comniittoc on repair.
with direction to make provision at
The um Iter of Mi Lena Fataband'
"cnli-e in Ittwm 2, Aldcrhrook, while
Mi Smith wa under upen-ion. wa
brought up, dicu".ed, and reulted in an
award of $1.1.75 for one week' ervice.
It wa ordered by the board that the
ubtitute teacher now in aervic hould
be employed, in all cae where a regu
lar teacher, fro many eaue hould fail
o take charge of their room, and that
in any cne where tlie uhtitute 1
already empioyea in tin ocnniT, uk
uH'i intciident hall be immediately no-
illcd. he to take prompt and rcipiMte
It wa ordered by the board, in the
h-c ot von mi Km, wiiiio 1 iiomii-on
in! Mrignu Heiiilrickooii, now- under
iihpcii-ioii from the Aldcrhrook school.
or caii-e, and ivjHtrtcil by Prof. Ke-
1 in a tntcmcnt tile il la-1 nilit, that
he aiuc be placed on tile.
In the mut to of tut ion pupils and their
ii!Iciimoii 111 'Uc ot noii-piiynient ot
heir t nil ion fee, eeral of whom were
-ported hmt night, it ordered by
Kie iMiaril, tluit hereafter, all pupile
elitcllli'' the m-hooN a tuition pupil,
with the puiHic of iiihnetieiit enroll
ment 111 the district, HihII pay t lien
uitioii fee in advance to the chool
h-rk, oiibject to a refund by the board
of director, in the event of enrollment.
iihii proper showing made by the par
ent or legal guardians of the children,
in each particular cate; all ttemenU
tiled in abatement of the tuition fee,
from any caue, mut be backed by tlie
worn affidavit covering the circutu-tan-ce
pleaded in euch abatement.
The board then adjourned.
13 PROBABLY WHAT YOU ARE
THINKING ABOUT JUST NOW. OF
COURSE YOU WANT SOMETHING
MORE THAN WARMTH, YOU WANT
STYLE. WE OFFER OUR LINE OF L.
ADLER, BROS., t CO.'S ROCHESTER
MAKE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
ONE OF THESE WILL COST YOU
FROM 15 TO $30. THE MERCHANT
TAILOR COULDN'T THINK OF DU
PLICATLVQ IT FOR LESS TTBOf
FROM $35 TO m
C. H. COOPER
House of Astoria
HARVEST HOME SOCIAL.
A Harvot Home ale and aocial will
bo held in the Pmbyterian church thi
evening, commencing at eight o'clock,
by Y. P. S. C. E. Refreshment will be
erved. Following i the progrua
oeal Sob, Mr. Will Gratke
Vocal SjIo Mr. Frank Carnajian
S'h-ctel Reading ....Mr. Warren Morse
Via I Selection .. Mis Aleen Adam
Cocal Sdo Mr. Larner
MAKE NO MISTAKE.
In order that the public may be cor
rectly informed as to which Ranges re
ceived the Highest Award and Gold Med
al at the Lewis and Clark fair, we have
furnished each of our agents with copies
of the letter written by the Committee
on Awarls at the Lewis and Clark expo
sition granting the first, and highest
prize, and gold medal, to the Monarch
Monarch Malleable .Range Co.,
Beaver Dam, Wis,.
Note: A copy of the letter mentioned
will be found in the advertisement of
Charlc Iiciborn A Co in this issue.
Tho young people of the Methodit
church will initiate their) new aocial
room with a Thanksgiving social on
next Thursday evening. They especial
ly invite the attemkince of stranger
who mi their aivutomed gathering
at th l neaaon those who would appre
ciate a friendly welcome and chance to
CinnI advice to women. If you want
a iH'iiutiful complexion, char tkin.
bright eye, red lip, good health, take
llolli.ster'a Rocky Mountain Tea. There
i nothing like it. 35 cent-, Tea or
Tablets. Sold by Frank Hart.
Notice i hereby given that the firm
heretofore doing btisine- under tlie
name of Craig A Sick a 11 and engaged
in the harness and saddlery buine.
ha thi day and date dkilvcd by mil
Uial coi-r-cnt, A. A. Sicknu rijtiriiify
All bill against the firm will be paid
by A. D. Craig and all aivoiint due
are to lie paid to him.
A. D. CRAIG.
A. A. SICKAU.
Dated Astoria, Oregon, Saturday
Nov. 25, 19U0.1.
Prof N. M. Lyons, America's premier
tattoo artist, at 4IS Bond street Shoot
HAS CHANGED BANDS.
Chas. Hcilbom ft Co., of this dty,
have been constituted sole agents la As
toria for the Bridge Beach stove and
ranges, and they will handle thia su
perior line of goods in connection -with
their famous "Monarch" ranges. The
agency papers passed yesterday.
Do you wish to study the piano T
Piano harmony and history of music
taught at Miss Tawney's studio. 662
Commercial. Fulton building, Thone
A reward of twenty-Are dollars will
bo paid for the recovtery of the body of
the late Capt. J. P. Hansen of the Schr.
George C Perkins, supposed to have
been drowned Nor. 4 th.
Temple Lodge No. 7. A F. k A. M.
EL C. HOLDEN, Sec
Mrs. McKeaa has removed from tlii
Woman's Exchange on I Oth street, sal
has opened a store oa 11th street, whsre
she will handle crockery, glass wars, tin
ware, toys, and fancy needlework.
MOVED AND READY.
Charles Heilbora ft Co, hare moved
into their new store and make the aa
nouncement that they are now opea for
business and are ready to fill all order
The Little Book Store for sale.
Hot drinks and sandwiches at Hoaf-
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a diasterous calamity, when you
lose your health, H aune. iruligeation
and consumption have snapped it away.
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King'
New Life Pill. They build up your di
gestive organs, and cure headcahe, dir
tiness, colic, constipation, etc Guaran
teed at Charles Rogers' Drug store; 25c
X. A. Ackerman, East 9th st does all
manner of texidermy, furniture uphol
stering, carpet cleaning and laying, mat
tress making a specialty and all work
Mrs. A. B Jewett has pleasure in aa
nouncing to her friends and patrons thai
she la now in possession of a success
ful system of water-proofing cloth'
materials. She will demonstrate the la
teresting process, trpon call, at her
rooms No- 154 Ninth street
FOR COUGH AND COLD.
Nothing is better than syrup tar and
wild cherry. 25c and 60c a bottle. 8ol4
by the Owl and Eagle Drug Stores. (
Wood! Wood! Wood! Wood! Wood!
For choice dry box-wood, telephone
2064 Black, or leave orders at the As
toria Grocery. O. Nelson, "The Wood
- . .. j
THE OLD CHAIN PURSE
IS NO MORE '
We have up to date
ladies' and gents' purses'and pock
et books. Prices are right.
The best place in the city for regular
or short order meals is the Palace Res
taurant; private dining rooms for ladie
and careful attention given to each and
every patron. Commercial street, op
poaite Page building.
The harness and saddlery firm of
Craig ft Sickau have dissolved partner
ship and all bills of the firm will be set
tled by Mr. Craig from the 25th day of
Mrs. Tilda Anderson, masssge. 1470
Grand Avenue. Given either at homo or
CLOSING OUT SALE.
On the 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
wSvenson's Book vStore,
Fourteenth and Commercial Street
A Canute Line cf
Anything In a first class stove eith
er Wood cr Coal or Combined, you will
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470-472 COMMERCIAL STREET