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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1905)
SUNDAY, DECEMBER M, 1903
FRESKI . REGN lURCiEYS
One Piano TicKet With Every $2.50 Purchase
New Jersey Cranberries
Absurd Conspiracy in Columbia
s Falls Through.
Los Angeles Celery
And Everything Else For A
WAS NU CASUE FOR ALARM
Nice Christmas Dinner.
THE MORNING ASTORIAX. ASTORIA.' OREGON.
President Ry Cablet Consul Central
at New York That Conspiracy it of
Little Importance and the Conspira-
-, tors Are Now ia Prison.
New York, Dec. 23. Luis E. Bonilla,
onsul general of Colombia, yesterday
addressed the presa a follows:
Sir: Kindly give publicity to the
following important cablegram from hi
excellency, General Rafael Reyes, presi
dent of Colombia, in order that the true
condition of the country may be known
and confidence in the peace of Colom
bia assured. President Reyes is well
eapable of maintaining order throughout
the country, being a man of indomitable
mill and possessing wonderful activity.
Moreover, the -large majority of the
people in Colombia desire peace at any
eost. The cablegram reads as follows:
-Bogota, Dec 21, 1905. Colombian
Consul, New York: Absurd conspiracy
discovered 1 Those responsible for it in
prison. Will be judged by courtmartial.
Country quiet Peace, secured. Ex-
A. V. ALLEN
chang lowering from five to three.
"(Signed), REYES." -Enrique
Perea, editor of The Pan
American Review, aW made public a
1 communication in which, a-fter refer
ring to the report that an attempt had
been made at Bogota to dispose, of
President Reyes, he aya:
' "I am in a position to learn that what
took place in the City of Bogota tm the
20th inst, was sjmply a ridiculous con
spiracy, discovered in time, and without
any serious consequences. The con
spiracy did not have the importance
given to it by the correspondent of the
State Department. There is not the
slightest probability of a revolution in
Colombia and despatches received from
Bogota explain the occurrence as of no
While there may have been some
local political excitement due to) the
lack of patriotism of a handful of
political discontent belonging to the
party or tho family of the defeated can
didate in the lat presidential election,
there i no foundation lor the report
as it has appeared."
FIELD LEAES WILL.
Chicago, lVo, 23. Marshall Field 3t.t
who died recently of wounds canned by
the accidental discharge of a pistol left
a will, and yesterday letters of admin
Utration were granted to Arthur D.
Jones and Stanley Field. Marshall Field
Sr., was appointed guardian over his
three grandchildren Marshal Field III,
Henry Feld, ten years old, and Gwen
dolyn Field, four years old. The per
sonal estate is valued at $1,4.10,000 and
the real estate at 175,000. The direct
supervision of the estate will fall on
Stanley Field and Mr. Joues, Bonds
were furnished to the amount of 12,
000,000 with Marshall Fk-ld and John
(i. Shedd as sureties.
More Good Store News
"Ve take pleasure in announcing that on
January 2, 1906,
we will inaugurate our customary
at which we intend to offer such Dry Goods
Bargains never before attempted in Astoria
merchandising. It will be one gala display of
bargains from one end of the store to the other.
The year just closing has been the most suc
cessful in the history of our store, and com
mencing with the new year we intend to
make it still greater. If good goods and low
prices will do it, the A. Dunbar Co. will
merit your trade throughout the year J 906,
Wait for Our Clearance
Sale and Save Money.
Smoking Jackets, Overcoats, Sox
Plain and Fancy, Plain and Initialed
Handkerchiefs, Suits, Fine Suspenders
60c to $2.00, Underwear, Nightshirts,
Lounging- Robes, Hats and-Gloves.
Umbrellas, Separate Handles, $2.00 to
020.00, Neckties 60c to $2.00, Over-
Every Artie c We Mention Is Useful.
Every Article We Sell Is of Standard Quality.
M e r m & mi Wis
ASTORIA'S RELIABLE CLOTHIER
A. DUNBAR C
Astoria's Foremost Dry Goods, Suit and CloaK House.
Astoria'! Commercials and Portland
There should be a smashing good
Kame of football at the A. F. C. Tark
here tomorrow afternoon "id it is sure
to b one of the big events of the sea.
Min. The Commercials are ia prime
shape for the contejt and intend to do
all that science, grit and murl can
accunipli-h against the Multnomah's in
disguise as the Athletics. It will be a
strong and hardy tent and the Atorian's
want, and should, hsve, the encouraging
countenance of a big home audience.
Following is the line-up of the rcpec.
foinmerciiiU Fullabek, AWeoniMe;
halves, Painter and Tulleyj end, Buy
and Md'onrin-, tackle, Sutton and
Minardt; guard, tiainmal unJ Ooddurd;
("titer. Cherry. .
Portland Corbett, left hull; II.
Bailey, right half; Cullman, ipiaitcr-
back; M. Bailey, fulllttick; Owen, en
ter; D. Jordan and Butler, guard;
Duvall and HanftVld, tackle! McKenna
and Behrens, end; ub, W. .Todnn,
Peterson and Burrows.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President. FRANK PATTON, Cashier.
0. L PETERSON, Vlc-e-Pwsident. J, W. CAR.VER, Aaaistant CashUr. 4
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Pi1 4 In lino.000. aurplus and t'ndlvlded froflu llVOOft
Transacts a U-ar4 Bank! a HiulueM. Iateret raid an lime Deposits
1M Tenth Street
and Christmas Novelties
Typothetae Printing Shops Will Not
Yet Give in to Typo
Chicago, Dec. 23. Any poiliility of
surrender of TyoOictue piinting shops
to the Typographical unions in January
was removed when the following not lee
was posted in twenty nix of the tiikc
"To allay any apprehension or fears
on the part of our eoiritfising room em
ployes as to our position on the open
shop after January 1, lUOfl, the under
signed members of the Chicago Typo
theae. reiterate that our s'lops will be
conducted as open shops after January
I, llMtfi, fifty-four hours constituting a
week's work and that under no circum
stances will we entertain any proposi
tion from Typographical Union No. 11
to the contrary.
"All employes In our service are here
by assured of permanent positions as
long as they continue to fulfill their
Seattle, Dee. 23. The ateamcr Tort
land is ashore on Spire Inland, 0 miles
from Ketchikan. , She is leaking badly,
and Is perhaps a total Ions. The waters
are now above the boilers. The pas
sengers were removed to Ketchikan in
small boats. It is thocght the ship
struck in a dense fog. She was en route
from Vnldez to Seward
Co.Co Nut Rolls
Etc., etc., etc.
Kte., etc., etc.
Cream Tafllei assorted A
Cream Wafers aborted
Almond Brittle '
CoCo Nut Urlttlca '.
Tuttl Fiuti BritUe
Crystal ixed Eoe Leaves
Crystaliaed Mint leaves
Mint Iwengws . i '
Etc., tie., etc
W make id the cleanest factory In the world, all the candies, and ice '
creams and aherbet wt aaU.
Out of town order carefully packed.
Candle ia large quantities from it ii cent I per pound up.
Basket, Boze, noveltie and Christma tree ornament too numeroua
mention. Selling below cost.
Place your Xnu order for let crtam now at 341-543 Commerjial
ffl HIGHEST. tii
jj QUALITY .ffi
ASTORIA'S LEADING CONFECTIONER
541543 Commercial St.