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THE MORNING ASTOKIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON'.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER j, 1903.
. Wait! Watch!
Fcr the Opening cf
A. V. Allen's
TT will have the largest and moat
complete lio of china, crockery, glass
ware, bric-a-brac, cut llaas, bar foods,
estlery and sOrcnran inr brought to
this dtj. Opninf date to be announced
Will Represent Democracy in the
CAUCUS IN WASHINGTON
Policies and Procedure Decided Upon
in Order that the Minority May Be
Solidified and Matters Be Hannoni
ously Acted Upon.
Texa; 1ji keeper, J. K. Ta.vlor of Ar
Uns: ltmaer, Robert I Douglas,
f Smth Carolina; Cliaidain, Rev. Aus
tin l lUxu-h, of Alabama,'
TAWNEY IS "WHIP"
Usdigeeted food and gaa ra the stom
ok, located just below W heart,
rem against it and cause hMit
farpitatioo. When your heart trouble
you in that way take Herbine for a few
days. You wil boob be all right. 50c
bottle. Sold by Bart's drug store.
Honing Astorian, 75c per month.
Washington, Pec, 2. For two hour
today, the Democratic member of the
House discussed party policies and pro
cedure with a view of solidifying the
minority and action harmoniously upon
all matters of a partisan character that
may come before the lloue.
John Sharp Williams ws unani
mously chosen as the nominee for
Speaker, and this action of the caucus
makes him the minority leader for the
ensuing Congress to succeed himself.
The routine proceedings were without
R L. Henry, of Texas, was elecetd
chairman for this Congress, and Messrs.
Powers, of Mississippi and Robertson of
Louisiana as secretaries. Other officers
nominated were: Clerk, Former Repre
tentative Cowherd, of Missouri; Ser-geant-at-arms,
diaries A. Edwards, of
Republicans Re-Elect Cannon as Their
Candidate for Speaker.
Wellington. IVc, 2.-Republican
mmnW of tli Fifty-ninth Congress
met in caucus today lit tlit hull of the
Houe of Representative, ami re nomi
imted all the elective ofltcere of the
House who em.l during lat session
William 1'. Hepburn, nguin chosen
chairman of tV caucus.
The principal feature of the evening
wa the, -'e'li of Joseph (J. Chiiiioii
who was for the second time tinaui
niously chosen for speaker. The nomi
nation of Cannon and his speech of ac
ceptance created hearty enthusiasm
among .tfie Republican members and his
remark were gncrally approved..
The officers re nominated were: Clerk
Ah.amler McDowell, Pennsylvania;
Sergeant -at arms, Henry Casson, Wis
eonsin; Doorkeeper, F. B. Lyon, New
York; Postmaster, Joseph C. McElroy,
Ohio; Chaplain, Rev. Henry N. Coudcn;
Schilling's Best, 10 far as it
goes, means comfort and case
Money back; at your grocer's.
e lit eoing u Eiis Iwot $315. 10 M ciiariiies. lie ft Mini
RARE MID-WINTER SALE OF
ARMY AND NAVY TIE
Thousands of Spectators Watch
Game of Football.
NAVY SCORES BY FOUL PLAY
LNear Close of Game Soldiers Hold the
Members of Navy Team and Bail Is
Given to Soldiers, Who Gain in Ex
change and Make Touchdown.
EMBRACING modish and wearable new weaves in Pana
mas, Broad Goth, Cheviots, Henrietta and Plaids to suit
your own liking and at prices low enough to induce you to buy
These goods represent the best the kind you want, with
the A. Dunbar Co. guarantee.
best values in the
city for the money.
We pride ourselves on
the excellence of our
dry goods and know
that you cannot find
any as good elsewhere.
COMING TO THE FRONT.
Since the lat count there has been a
decided change in one or more of the
contestants, trie Dorcas Society prin
cipal among those who make a stride
for first place. It now stands third in
11m l:t while a few days nj,n it was as
near the bottom a it now U near the
top. Others show a gradual increase
whiwi means that tee tola's wi'l be
greatly changed when the next count is
tmde. Be sure and get your votes in
as the content i moving upward every
Grace Church 5732
St Mary's Hospital 4112
Dorcas Society 1GWJ
Presbyterian (bun-h lHO
Public Library WW
M. E. Church 8.r.4
Congregational Church h.'tO
regies Loiltte 040
Ilaptint Church 372
Monday Club 2
Finni-h K. S. Luth. Church 24
Finnish S. S. Luth. Church 24H
St Agnes Cuild 2.'i5
Holy Innoociit Guild 1H2
St. Mary's Church 116
W. Q T. U 100
Indies Guild Jfl
Eastern Star !0
Norwegian Evan. Luth Church ... K8
Red Men' Ixlge M
Bethany Church 84
(Aid Fellows 82
Ladies of Maccabees 28
Ladies of Woodcraft 22
Lincoln Annuity Union 20
And 134 vote scattered among 12
. other (tocietics.
OUR DRESS GOODS BARGAINS THE
BEST IN TOWN.
75c Goods at $ .3
85c Goods at - - .72
$1.00 Goods at .83
1.50 Goods at - 1.25
1.75 Goods at - 1-48
2.00 Goods at 1.09
Princeton, Dee. 2. Anny, U; Xavy, fl.
While the army and navy football
game today wa probably one of the
most exciting ever played between the
two institutions, it Ma dimply a tide
how to the social football event of the
Twenty the thoutand people aaw the
game. From all section of the United
SUU- came spetrtators, who ordinarily
would not travel a score of miles to
see a football content All this was
doubt k-wt brought about by the fact
that President Koooerelt was present
The teams were evenly matched, and
though dahing runs were few, Torney
of the army got away for a pretty 3.1
yard run, and at another, lWler, of the
navy, electrified the opectators by al
most getting away from the army
eleven. Near the eloe of the tirt hulf,
the army gut the ball on the navy's
35 Vurtl line, oil an exchuiigi- of kick.
Howard, who kicked tery brilliantly
for AnnuMili-, M-nt tlie spiral hijjli in
the air. An eutiily win.l carried the
ball Iwck toward tlie iiaxy pml mi in;
dUtann, it traveled not iimre than live i
yards. Frmu thi point the Wet :
I'oiuter carried the bull ocr for a
A Wett Point player wa reK,nible '
for the tie jfanic. tHi an exchange of
kicks, within ten minute of the cIim
of the name, the ruy had the ball'
near the mid Held. Howard sent a beau
tiful punt back of lbs Wet Point kobI. !
As the navy eleven started down tiie
field, an army man wa detected by
the umpire, holding one of the navy
As a penalty, the ball was brought I
back and given to the navy on the
army's thirty ysrd line. An exchange
of kicks followed, n-Milting in the
navy's favor, and with a lat desperate
effort that could not be denied, the
milors carried the hall oxer the army
Iowa Afaimt Football.
IV Moiiic, Dec. 2. After a long and
stormy im today, the Athletic ('mi
ference of Iowa College, adopted the
"Heolved, that Atneri-an fx.lUill n
now pluyi'l, is- not a guine oilal)h' a
athletic 'port, for in.titjitioii of learn
ing and unles the authoritie control-
ing the game make radieul change, we
hall favor the dicontinuaii- in b'te
lowal college next f.ill."
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Our biano Contest
Drauing to a Close
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Hats, Umbrellas, Suit
Cases, Trunks, etc.,
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WHETHER YOU GET THE PIANO 0B NOT, YOU ARE SURE TO
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Yesterday's Baseball Scorea.
San Francim-o, IV-c, 2.-Snttle,
San FranciM-o, 5
FS Angele. Ih-c. )2.-I Aligele.
9; Taz-oma, I.
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President Made No Comment.
The President knew nothing of the
incident for some time after it occurred.
He made no comment iinm it, iaing
it off a a wanton act of oinc irrepon
silde person. As a meamire of precau
tion, curtains at the windows of sev
eral of the cant were drawn down after
news of the incident had spread among
Secret servk-e o(Tiers, who accom
panied the I'renidcnt took charge of the
missle and an effort will lie mude to ap
prehend the person who threw It. Bar
ring Uii untoward incident on tho trip
of the President, from Princetonl U
Wa-hington wan tuA out of the ordin
KILLED BY STREET CAR.
Seattle, I)ee. 2. Justice of the
Peace Henry A. White, of Itainier
Beach, Smith of Seattle, was Instantly
killed by a street ear near his home
this afternon. He had left one street
car and was standing on the opposite
track when struck by another bar. Ilia
body was horribly mangled.
Our Great Removal Sale of
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January 1st, and in the meanwhile we are
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have ever seen it before. Call and inspect
our elegant lines.
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