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THE MORNING ASTOIUAX. ASTORIA, OREGOIT.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, to. A
PLACED IN VAULT
Rogers Body Interred
Hooslc Fills. v"
IN PRESENCE OF THE FAMILY
X Avoid Crowd, Body Taken from
Train at Heosk and Then Driren to
Cemetery and Placd in Vault An
Armed Guard Stationed at Vaalt.
: ; IToos!c Fall, X. Y Dee. 9 -Th body
f Mary Mabel Roger, ho was exwut
ed at Windsor, , Vt, yeterday, was
placed in a vault at St. Mary's ceme
tery kere early today, preparatory to
the interment in the presence of the
family at 6 o'clock this morning.
Jit had been gent-rallr uppoed that
the body would be brought over the
Beton A Maine railroad to the Mat ion
here last nifrht and several hundred
persons had gathered at the depot To
avoid the crowd, friends of the Rogerrs
family appealed to the railroad official
to have the train stopped at Hooeic.
This, was done and the body removed
from;, the baggage car at that station
where it was taken in charge by the un
dertaker. The casket was placed in a
wagon and drove to Uie cemetery.
It bad been planned (o make an im
mediate interment, but at the lat mo
ment this plan was abandoned and the
body placed in a vault to remain there'
until interment at 6 o'clock when the
wish of the relatives and friends for a
final opening of the casket was granted
Meantime the vault was secured and an
armed guard remained in charge.
Awaiting the funeral party at the cem
tery were Rev. Francis A. McCianef
Kaihrine Callahan and a sister of the
dead woman, a brother Louis, and a few
intimate friends of the family.
Next Friday evening the member of
the Pastime Club will meet with Mr.
and Mrs. Col well
Miss EWe Elmore entertained the
Chafing Dish Club last Friday evening
at her home on 14th street. A guessing
game, musical in character wis played
ky those present.' The prize were won
by Misa Bertha Hobon, and Mr. Swep
Besides the uual club members pres
ent, the club entertained Mi Florence
Baker," of Santa Cruz. California, and
Misa Grace. Stokes of the "same city.
Monday evening the members of the
Every Fortnight Club were entertained
very pleasantly at the borne of Miss
Helen Dickenson. Mrs. Mary McKenzie
and Mi Dukem-on were the hots-es.
The decoration were in Oregon grape.
Friday ,the ladies of the Friday Af
ternoon Club were entertained at the
home of Mrs. G. H. George.
The Woman's Club held it's regular
meeting yesterday afternoon in the
Redinen's hall. A delightful afternoon
was spent by the lailie ia playing in
structive jraiues, and listening to a fine
program was as follows:
Recitation, Quarrel oeiie between
Kmtus and Caiu, from Julius
Caoar Mi . Cratke
T'mut nolo, "The Venetian Love '"ng"
... ... "... ; Mr. Ou Baker
Vocal 8olo, "Could I," Gertrude M. Finch
Mi'-s Elmore, accompanist.
Tiano Solo, "Whispering Waves";...
.. . Bertha Welch Holmes.
After the program delicious jefre-h-ments
wene served. .
One of the. prettiest weddiiijrs in As
toria social . circles for some time was
the marriage last night, of Min Marie
Aderberg to John E. Wicks, Rev. Gutaf
Eydguist officiating. The iinpre ive
eeremony was performed in the Firt
Lutheran church which was elaborately
decorated for the occasion .jn yellow
Chrysanthemums, bridal ro-e, and
ferns. Over the altar was an arch made
from ferns. The whole scheme of deco
rations was artistic to a degree.
Promptly at S o'cWk the bride,
charmingly attired in Lan-dale. with f
long white veil fteiwd with orange
biwsoms iwl aaiTjii' white ear
nations, entered the church where at
the altaj she was met by tlie groom.
Miss Sophie Loo acted as bride-uiuid,
and Alf. Wet-kks a lt man.
After the ceremony the bride and
proom were, tendered a reception in the
thnrch parlor, where dainty refich-
ments wr served. About 100 guest
attended the ... reception. The hsppy
votiple, a ill make their home ia this city
where they have mnv friend
wish them the utmost happiness.
. MEETING IS ENDED.
Xew Virk, Dpa O.-The 52nd mating
of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, kick has hern in eskm
here since lat Tuesday evening, came
to an end veterdv. It was by far the
!arpt and WHtt uevful the am-iet
ha had. nearly 30(H) members and
jruets having been in attendance. The
next picetint; will he held in Chatta
mxa, Tenn., m-xt sprint.
Russian Revolutionary h Yisitin
In New York Oty.
MISSION TO COLLECT FUNPS
Ht Say that Government Ia Unable to
Detect Them Arrests Mad Now and
ThenOn Hundred Member in the
New iork, Dec. 9. Morsey Court
rich, one of the leaders, of the revolu
tionary organization in Russia, known
as the Bund, has just arrived in this
city from that country, where he wa
recently released from prison after
serving two years for his revolutionary
tendencies. His mis-ion in this conn
try, he mid, yesterday, is to collect
funds for the cau-e from th sympa
thizers of the Bund. To that end Mr,
Gourevkh announced that be would
make a trip through the Unit States.
"The revolutionists have e-tablisbed
a perfect underground government and
notwithstanding the vigilance of the au
thorities, we are enabled to carry on
our work without detection or hind
era nor. Uf course, now and then one
of our members is arrested.
"There are about 100,000 members of
the Bund in Russia and double that
number are associated with us. We
publish our proclamation and circulate
them, despite the long search which the
government has made for our presses
To circulate our proclamations we em
ploy women, who conceal them about
their persons and carry them from place
'Our movement has made such pro
gres the most sanguine revolution-
i would not have hoped for a year
ago. We nave forced concession from
the government that were never thought
possible. But the revolution haa only
The relief fund was increased yester
day by $21,524, which brings the total
of th second million dollar fund up to
A Changeful Rhyme.
HE goddess of our home I sing.
Tbe creature all bewltchtn'.
Sweet, faithful wife, who la th
That now Is in our kitchen?
8be only wants her Sundays free,.
A bedroom large and airy
And beaus from eight till half past thrt)
I ving, I ElnK of Carrie.
Lor skin Is white, her t jes are black.
Her biscuits are like manna;
We cannot do, alas, alack,
Without our darling Hannah,
Ilrr tkin Is black, her even are white,
Her ancestry Is Zulu;
She burns the gas, we think, all night.
But still we love our Lulu.
The way our dishes chip and break
I something quite uncanny.
We bear it all for comfort's sake
And cling to precious Annie;
She will not Iron. wash nor sweep;
She's Just a bit contrary.
But this our highest hope to keep
Through thick and thin our Mary.
So If we hear gay fingers strike
A-playlng some burletta
We get the meal we would not Uk
To bother Henrietta.
Oh. fate, I kneel and humbly i
Till trouners both are baggy!
We are willing anything to do
Save give up (who. wlfeT) Maggie.
Bread the Waters.
A young physician just out of college
opened au office In a little aoutbern
town where be bud formerly been a
drug clerk. Ills first call came from
tbe colored quarter. I'pou hi arrival
it the home of tbe patient be wa in
formed that he bad beeu called upon
the rccouimeudutiou of a neighbor, who
considered bliu tbe best doctor in town.
Presently tbe neighbor cam In and
yea, anu, I done tell ev'body 'at
you' do be' doc-teh In town, 'cause ten
year ago when my Susie bad tbe con
rulslons you sold me a twenty-five
cent bottle of putcut medicine, and Ucy
ain't a one of my chillun had a sytnp
tlon of tlat disease since. You -ulia'
alius be my docteb.:" New York
CTRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK
ia family of thrr. Portland suburb
near car line. Wage $18.00 per month.
Address "D Astoria.
ROCKMKX WANTED AT BUNKER
hill quarry. Take boat to Stella,
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS FOR POSI
tioaa ia Oregon; 10 men wanted to
prepax for coming axaminationi be
ginning salary 80a Writ at oac U
& O. Hynen, 12 Breeden bldg, Port
LKARK JflLEORAPHT AND R. . R.
' Aeoowatlfif.' S0 to S00 a month J
try Max4 ear graduate sadtr hoed.
Our ix achool th largest ia America
sad endorsed by U Railroad. Write
tor eatalogua. MORSE SCHOOL OF
TELEGRAPHY, Cincinnati, O, Buffalo,
8. Y, Atlanta, Qa La Croaa, Wla, T
arkaaa, Tex Saa Fraadaeo, CaL
GIRL WAXTED TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at A. By era, 259
WANTED ENERGETIC, TRUST-
worthy man or woman to work in
Ore., representing large manufacturing
company. Salary $10 to $90 per month
paid weekly; expense advanced. " Ad
dress with stamp, J. If. Moore, Astoria,
MALE HELP WANTED Men and wo-
men to learn watchmaking, engrav
ing, jeweler work, optics. Easy term,
position guaranteed. Money mad lean
'A ioouo 8uatiSa3-Santat3)t '2ui
L building, Seattle.
LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
cashier, saleslady, or any light work.
Address "K ear Astorian office.
WAITRESS WOULD LIKE DINING
room work, or housework; can cook.
Address "B" care Astorian office.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE MY EQUITY OF" RE-
domption in six fine butanes; lots
near Aston railroad depot. Address
Sidney Dell, San Pedro, CaL
SECOND HAND DONKEY ENGINES
for sale, suitable for logging and
hoisting purposes. For description and
price apply to t. D. Kuettner, Astoria,
FOR SALE CHEAP HORSE, BUG-
gy and harness. Inquire Astorian of
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
FCRNISIIED ROOMS-A LARGE
furnished or unfurnished room on
Commercial street, with gas and bath,
reasonable. Inquire at "Astorian."
BOARD AND ROOMS FOR SEVERAL
parties can be secured at the Iloldea
Houfo, 0th and Duane streets.
FOR RENT NICELY . FURNISHED
room with stoves; also housekeeping
rooms my reasonable. 678 Commercial
street, Shanahan building.
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED
room for housekeeping. Man and
wife preferred. Cheap rent to right
parties, 1001 Thirty-fourth street.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED
rooms for light house keeping. No
dsidren. Enquire 472 Commercial street.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-A LADIES HAND BAG, CON-
taining two purses with money. Lost
between 18th and Franklya and 17th
and Grand. Return to this offtoc and
get reward. ,
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED TO BUY, SMALL HOUSE
of 5 to 7 rooms. State location and
price. Add -ess "IL" 1, Astorian.
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge., ; , . ,
MANDOLIN LESiOXS G IV EN-MRS.
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street.
NICELY FIRNISHED-FOIR RtX)M
house corner 9th and Duane, $12 pet
month. Inquir of R. J. Kiikwood, O.
R. A N. dock.
EMBROIDERY LESSONS CIVXIf
LESSONS IN 1IARDANGER EM
Irtoidery is given by Mrs Julius
Ericksoa, 03 West Bond street, Astoria,
for 23 cent per hour.
GUM WAH CO.
178 Aster Sty
Noodles and Chop
All kinds of me!a.
T0KE POINT OYSTER HOUSE.
Eastern and Shoalwater Bay Oysters
Steaks, Chops, EU
Open day and night.
11th St., next to Scully's dgar store
for 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
kughnuta, 5c, at U. S. Restaur-
mat 434 Bond St
BEST 15 CENT MEAL,
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
The Troy Laundry
The only whita labor laundry In th
Ity. D th best work at reasonable
rios and la In every way werthy f
10th and DUANE Sta, Phen 1M1.
POTTED PLANTS AND FLOWERS
for sale Ezpericnedo gardening and
ob work of all kinds done on short
wtice Address orders to X. C. Care
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone siot Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
Fine merchant tailoring, Room 5, over
Cooper's store, K. of P. Building, As
ROBINSON ft H1LDEBRAND
Goodman Bldg. 688 Commercial 8t
URN ITU RE, Carpeta, Bedding,
Stove, Matting, Window Shad,
C. J. TRENCIIARD
Real Estate, Inwran, CommIlor
and Shipping. .
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offio 1H Ninth Street, Next t Juttio
Rheumatism, gout, ha kai he, acid poi
son, re result of kidney trouble. . Hoi
litiUr's Rocky Mountain Tea goes direct
ly to the, seat of the difease and cufes
when all else fails. 35 cents. Sold by
, Nolle is hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of th tock
hoklera of th Columbia River Packers'
Association will be held at the otflc
of th Company at Astoria, Oregon, on
December 11, P.Ktt, at 11 o'clock a. m
for the purpo of electing directors and
the trammotioo of such other business
that may properly be considered.
Astoria, Oregon, December 1, 1003.
By Ordar or th Trepidant,
GEORGE IL CFRGE, Secy.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UK0E0N
AeUag Aaitatanl Inrgsoa
TJ.8. htsxlM Uosaltal Her? lea,
m bourn: II to lUaltt 4:t pja
171 ComraerctaJ Stmt, tad Floor.
DR. J. P. GORAY,
N0SI AND THROAT
sos Ortfoaiaa Building.
PORTLAND .... OREGON
DR. RR0DA C HICKS
Offlc ManseU Bid. Prion Black SOU
ITS Commercial 8t, Astoria. Ore.
DR. T. L. BALL,
624 Commercial 8t Astoria Oreaon.
Pythian Bulldbf, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOO AN
78 OoDBorrial St., Bbsnahaa Building
DR. C. W. BARR,
Telephone Red J0il Astorls, lrern
WINES AND LIQUORS.
An up to date resort for Gentlemen.
Choi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Glr
us a call and we'll do th rest.
0. E. HUNTER, Prop, Saaail. Ore.
Vs. -a Dieiona
AnviMSMfiillns s.kotrS .nd (Imn4lna mtf
Aalrhlf urrtnin our oMiihtn frM
In. m Ion I, prnli.l,!, n.l.nl.lil., ruaimantnt-
.incut nuiniimiiiu. hinubuus MrMMi
cm trrm. IMiInt umrT for (wurlnc pal.nl.
$prrtnl ni'lkt, m hnul chart, lu lbs
Munn cw, rort
A hsnSmrnvlr lllmtriM vklr. l.arrMt i
rul.iton of nf f'i.nilOfl -.urnl. Wn, 1
l.nlipn H.urn.l. ihh. l
tbs.IL auidbfsll nswwiMilOT
r r.iur montu,L uia or sil nwMilr.
Brsoca Offlos, 1
harn. wsstiogtuo. d.c.
Is on Sale in
: Astoria at
J.. H. GRIFFIN'S BOOESI0RE.
UTZINGERS NEWS DEPOT,
OCCIDENT HOTEL OFFICE,
SCULLY'S CIGAR STORK,
JOS. JACOBS, CIGAR STORE.
THE ASTORIAN OFFICE,
, Tenth and Commercial Sts.
Dr. C. GEE WO
Formerly locale-! 253
AklerStmitl for th
4lf(IVEl) Inin tha
ijlarw brick building
-SiinB' J at tha south-east cor-
ner ol First and Morrison Street. En
trance No. 103 front tit
Successful Hone Treatneot
Dr. C OKI WO Is known thmuthout th
t)nlld 8Ula, and I. ralWd lbs Unwl Cblnwe
iHiriar ou arvount of bis srondivful eurm
without tbe aid of a a nits, wiummI asln
polMinordrussofsajr aiad. Us iratu
and all l iu. with puwrful orlanlal roots
hMrba. barks, and vraetabUs) thai ar an
known to niMliral scUhm in Uila eoualry,
and Uiruuab Us n of these barmlsas rvsa
dlm beguarauteas to cure
Catarrh. Asthma. Us TrMhla, RStamstism,
NtrvMisiMs, Stomstn. liver, Kldnsy, rimsls
WisiAus sad eft' ChrtaJc D'ssasss.
tU or wriia, oclualna 4 I
t stamna tar
mailing bonk and eireuisr. Address.
Th C- 0 Wee CMaes Msdlda Co-
1 . B,rst St, LC. Car. Matrt,
Finest Hotel In tha North.
San Franclsco'i Utdlnj con
vfnlenc and family hotel
centrally located. Coo
. tenlent to all car lines, and
place of tnuiement and io
terest. Cafe end CriU at
tached. Rates ft 00 per daf
end up. Street cars direct to
bote! from tod to all depot
Saa Francisco, CaL
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tVs want little stories, anecdote, bits of
iw-.ny cllpblni from a imwspaDsr.
""i-urn or book that tus mad you
Think, Laugh or Crt '
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ililirst sward.. '
lhe j! cmidiUon foe entrrtn this com
prlitlim Is that yuu xend uli y.HircliLi.inf
lu tlie Nstiioaal ftlaawiM. Address,
JOE CIIAPPLE, Editor
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