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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1906)
TIIE -MORNING- ASTOK1AN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
FRIDAY, JAMJAXY, H. 190.
ft WITTER SPRINGS WATER
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City Council Holds An Adjourned
NOW GOING ON
Tbey will prove to you better linn anything w way eay. the re
m.ikable virtu. of WITTER 8PR1NCS WATEI.
W er vW agnle.
STEPHENSON GETS LICENSE
ROSS, HIGGINS . Co.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS
II ft. A. A. A
Council Grand Saloon Lltenae to Lai
tU It Company Dtnct Hall At Put
Out o( Commlaaion Manjr Street
LmprovepaAt A Pafsedj Upon,
ja TERSE TALES OP TBI TOWS
Sight Sign- KifchlmV rpl
if Clataop lwd up, on the registr.
tbn tMiuka yesterday j i pto the to
tal for tbo city, toll U th outlay
'tn( precinct thirty -nine, and for the
, .uoty 40. '
WU1 Improve An addition la to be
.111 uuun the Udd Hlr bold op.
po.it tbo dMt. Tbo new tructure
I will bo eighty lt long on J two
'la bri(ht and U contracted lot delivery
' and ue by the r-t day of Way. next.
WU1 0p Up.-The barrel and stave
'factory of Krlnke lln, t IlrookncM
v i iroitUijc i i'iw r,,r "n "P'"'
1 Inn lor tbo sea-m. 1 ho plant h
I been oveibaulcd anil addition ''!
to meet tbo drniand of a growing busf-
bii.lne.s of abit-lilng it out, b"t Une,
old oak I. rarity even in tbl timber
Died Ytaterday.-1ilTord M. Staple
tho year old ' ' taptain M.
Ktaplce of thU city passed away at
lit bom yeelerday noon after a ling'
orinjt Hlnort. A yt n drfliiiU r
rmiuomaoU bao ruado w tht
(.moral, but It U pr.diabU lhat It will
ur Sunday, with tho Intrrmrut In
tVHin w Cnitry
Don U Piobatt Cort.-'ounty
Judn C J, Trnchri. aiitlng for pro
mU mot tar, yo-t-rday. mado to fol
low Ing rdit In tho otalo of FruL
Ifrllm, Uvxd, tba final ammnt or V.
A JV.yaUn wat wholly appn.rod, ad
mlnltrir dlfharH and omidojurti
rvh-iM-di In ooUto of Jacob A. Jor
dan. d-M-oi. Monday, Fflruary 1.
IW, at W oVU-k m. a at for t!o
h -arliig of the final a!ounl of tho t
ptitor, W. K. Jplin.
Suddoa Ooath Mr. 1ul Chrla
Una Carlwc dird auddenty at b-rhom
t, K.i.w fUy ya.lmday uinilii( ul
iintrt (ilur. Tli id woa aH
wvnty yar and hav two and
two daui;htrr to moum h-r !. im
on C. J. It t'arlin la an employe on
tho t"wr PMlrr, and'. th othrr,
Frauk (f.on U a itidfnt of Hauta
Hfonlra. Olifornia. Sir. t'ailn'
Will Optn Up. Th barrl and atavo
trtnufit will ba in tlrornwood rrnw
trrr on Sonly.
Proa Par Inddian-A big car load of
Ino oak lumbar nrrlvad bwo y.torday
roM Indiana for FUbfr Ilrw. H Uof
, grain and ry hard and will ba
ml for fluUkina maUrUl. H aounO
"WL oia anipping i
Not eotord-mada from frank.
ripo tomatowi and aeaaonad with
puro aplraa. Wo guaranta It.
118 m Twalfth Bt. AatorU. Ora.
Adludfcd InaanaTba rrUiM of
Mary IVWrwtHi, al thirty foiir
to insanity, (h havinjt betn undor
trrlrnrut tt tha atato yluin in I HI'S)
w rallrd to tho attention) of On
county authorltira ymterday and eoun
ty Judira Trenrhard bad the untortu
nalo woman broiit;ht into court and
aulijevted to iirofmalonal examination
by I. J. A. Fulum. who ccmnrmetl the
mental malady, and aha will ba aent
to Salem aa awn a attendant arrive
hero Mr, releiaon ia not tkilrnt but
ha prmlttant and pitiful lae into
far of Uiom bent upon her ruin.
Nearly tio4oa Tho onldihtloiia
named in tha aeven dcrda entered for
rei-ord- at County Ork (Minton'a of
fire yantenlay, airtfri-pittd 8I0.5A1. The
tranfera wero aa ftdlowa; J. C, Hur
ter and wife to J. It. Kperer. warrant
ly title, eunelderntlon ft-ViO, eunvry
ins hda I and 3. 8. K. 14 of N. W. 14
and Fji.t 12 uf 8. W. 14 of Keetion
7, T. 1 S. R. 6 W.s J. It Kiierer and
wlfa to M. C Mar, warrantly title.
pon-ldrration 3..VKi Convey iif Hie
a me uroprty b!m) iih nlioind: Km
ma I. Chamlierlain to J. It tyi-rer.
fonvrylng the K. K. 1-4 of Section 12.
T. 12. N. R. 7 Wt J. It. Fjterer and
wife to N. C Magoo. warrantly title.
eonaideiation l.t.VXI; nmeylng S. K.
I 4 of Sett in 1A T. 7 N, W. 7 W: M.
C. Majte to Krel W. Itradly, warrant
ly title, iiumidration f T.fttMl; convey
ing S. K. I 4 of 8evtiun la, T. 7 N, .
7 W.j Lot. t and X and S. K. 1-4 of
N. W. 14 and R 18 of S. W. 1-4.
of Keetk.n 7. T. 7 N.lt. 0 Wi lliarle.
V. Wimhell and wifo to H. K. Noble,
warrantly title, nmaideratbin II. con
veying K. K. 14 of N. W. 14 of Sec
tlon 31. T. 8 N., R. Wj John 1L
Smith and wife to Martha It IWon.
warrantly title, consideration f". w
veying Ut 3. Work 2. Flrat Addition
to Gearhart Tarlc
, A Household Favorite
Australia's Best Product
and your most economical
and satisfactory fuel
Phone Ordera to Main 1961
ELMORE & COMPANY
City Council met lat evauing in ad
journed are.lon With all preaent with
the except ion of Couru ilmen BellanJ.
Conoiib-rabla bulnea relating to the
Improvement of different etreola wa
done, and lat though not by any meani
k-aot tha matter of granting Laell
'omitanr a aaloon lh-enia waa eonaid-
erd. and In tha end tht action of the
council taken at the lal meeting where
in the license of that firm to do bud-
n.a waa refuMhl waa again brought
no and revoked, giving Uxcll It Com
pany tha rlnht to once mora reume
Tbo matter came before the council
when an opinion wa read from the
'ity Attorney, atating that tho Arm or
UmII 8 Company, waa entitled lo Be
irranted ft llcene. Several d-i-iona br
the hiuWr eouita relating to aimilar
ere recited by City Attorney
Smith in giving hia opinion of tha
StfilieiiM.n cmm. In conahlcration of
thU opinion, Councilman Kalmth moved
that tha council reconMder their pre-
vioua aHhm In refusing Ijiaell 8 Com
pany' a liecno. Hia motion waa bow
ever ruled out of order, and Council
man Ilanen then moved that Laxell
k Company be granted ft llcenaa, Ignor-
inv any nrevioua action that tbo coon-
ril mlht hava taken. The motion waa
put to a oto and paawd. councilman
Morton and Ixgan voting in me na
U'jnn exiilaliK-.! hi action in op-
iMcimr the motion, for tha reaon that
he wa deiriona of taking tha quea-
ion into the court , and gctung ft
diioo en the matter. "1 do not op
hmi the granting of Mr, Stephen" a
licenw, aaid he," through any malice,
hut I for one' would like to know where
am at. I dcire to know whether thi
.vkIv haa any power or not. Haa the
council $. right to rtfua liina to
ii v man! Cnoea.of the aame kiml
are likely to come up again, and then
I ahould like to know if the council
had the riht to refuse a liceneo. By
carrying thia cae to the courta the
matter would have been aettled once
HereuMcr Aori will have no
danci kalla. TU Important mattaf
waa nnally. decided Uat evening oy
the council, when the ordinance pro
hibiting the conducting of all dance
halt and "llurdy Curdy" hou.ea waa
pa.d without a dUwnting vrfe. Im-
mediately after the pa-age ol tnc oiii.
Mavor Wise instructed the t aplain ol
ridis-e, the Chief being HI. to close all
such place in he city which were
found lo be in operation.
A rcaolutlon wa read and adopted.
iithoiiing the committect orv Way
and Mean to auvcruse ir
light the city. The contract can be
mad4 either for one, two or tjiree
The committee on. Strieta reponeo
favorably on the eomnuirutcation of
Irvinu avctmi and th icportj wa'
adopteil, also tlio communication from
K. 8. Parker reimrding tho giving oi
certain land for tbo improvement of
Irvlmr avenue, waa on the recom
mendation of the committee, accepted
The committee rewrted favorably
on the petition of A. 8. Schemekan
concerning hi request that bi prop
erty ba exempt from taxation wnen
the atreet waa Improved, The report
Tha committee reported favorauiy on
tho communication from K. Oburn
asking for the improvement of Irving
avenue from Eighteenth to Jourteenm
street a. Tha report waa adoptct
An ordinance wa pa'd providing
for tha Improvement of Birch atreei
from Fifty-aecond to Fifty-third
A resolution for the constnictlon of a
ewer on Eiohteenth atreet from Grand
avenue to Franklin avenue waa adopted.
An ordinance providing for the . pre
vention and punishment of nuwnee
...... tnr 1' atnnd readinff. lue
ordtmnca provide that if any . per
ton injure tha person or property of
another or dUturbt the publio peace
ne health or outraaea or disturba pub
Every artick in the house reduced.
This is the greatest offering in Fine
Dry Goods, Cbthing, Fimiishing
Goods, Etc, placed before the people
of the Lower Columbia for, a year.
G. H. COOPER,
The Leading Dry Goods and ClotHing House of Astoria.
' ... .
I now ta n event suiosa aiwm. i
morals, they ahall ba eubjwt to ft flne
). Uudenbcrger presented ft eom
munication to the council regarding
the proposed erection of tbo crude oil
tank on the water front. Ha atatad
that If the council objected to tha in
stallation of tha tank on tha ground
of danger from lira, ha waa willing to
erect a concrete wall around tha tank
to effectually guard galnt any dan
ger of fhie sort. He also earn that u
the council preferred, bo would bury
the tank In th ground further up the
street, though from hia atandpoint. It
seemed better to erect a concrete wall
around the tank, a lra pipe would be
exposed. Tho council then adjourned
Kcw Saaman'a Miaaloa Rev. X. B
Elefson, of rorOaud. Ia espevted to
arrive In thi city today, to take full
charge of the new Scamen'a Mietion
organized here last Sunday.
HEW HOME PROJECTS.
Ow who ia aubieet to bilioua attack
will notiot that for day or more be
fore tbo attack he it wot kunrry at
meal timet and feela dull after a ting.
A dote of Chamberlain a Btomach and
Liver Tablet whea theao Arat ymp-
totna appear will ward of tho attack.
Thty art lor aaio oy rrana oar ana
WOOD! W00D1 WOODI
Wt hava mowed to 334 Tenth ttiwat.
earner of Grand avenot, ul an m
found there at any time, for nnaHaf
r. a Ucmoss.
Coopor'a Ananal Clnnact Salt ITav
AoingOa. DoatMiawXt ,
AT X. E. CHURCH.
The young people of tha First
Methodist church will entertain their
friende at ft aocial to bo given in the
church parlor thia evening. A pro
cram will ba rendered and tight re-
(re-hmcnt aerved. Stranger especial
Cooper Aamul Clearance Salt How
Going On. Dont Miaa It.
Any pbaat of hanger ea ba daintily,
gratified at any hour of tht day or
nieht at tha Palace Reataurant Tbo
kitchen and dining room aorrico art aa!
tht poaitirt beat Private dwiag moat
for ladiea. One call lnspira regular owe-
tom. Try it. Commercial atreet, oppo
site Pag building.
rr.i.. riima and Other Will
Liaht Their Own BuOding.
A meeting of influential citizen In
and alsnit the weUrn end of thi
citv haa U-en held with the express
view of Installing a lifting plant of
their own at that end of the peniusu
There is local, milling power to be
had in that neighborhoid and tha own
ers of the power are among the most
enthusiastic of the group who are af
ter another system, and have offered
the power, so it is aaid, upon ft basis
that makes' a radio! diirerenco m
coat and demonstrates that they are
not in the proposition aolely for what
they can get out of it.
Another prominent factor of the same
.r i. tli (sViu- vision of a certain
ealthv group of merchants have to
install a small, plant of their own in
the near future for the sole purpoe
of llahting their own atores, home,
ami rented house, of which they own
a score throughout tba city.
Cooper! Annual Oearanct Salt How
Going On. Don't Miaa It.
Never hart to wait long at tht Oc
cident Barber Shop. A. E. Peterson,
Partiea wishing to study short
at' private night school ahould c j-jjj-
or a dress Roy H. Kaagy, Houefl(OM.
. w. S
K. A. Aekerman, 21 Bond 'L itm& s
manner of texidermy, tmlT
atering, carpet cleaning JL-toi
treat making apecialty tK a
ONE WEEK I0IM3
Of Our Special Sale
WE CALL ATTENTION TO THE SALE ON FRAMED PICTURES
THE COMING WEEK. BE ON TIME PRICES BELOW COST.
A FEW SETS OF
DUMAS AND DICKENS WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT COST.
A BIG LOT OF ayCENI PAPER NOVELS WILL BE SOLD AT to
CENTS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET YOUR READING NOW.
Dane Hall Cloaca. At the instruc
tion of Mavor Wine, and acting in
accordance with the provision of the
new dance hall ordinance passed last
eveniwr b the city council Captain
of roliee Gamma! last evening closed
tha dance ball of Laxell & Company.
At tha time tha captain went to the
place, tha dance waa in full blast, the
muH wa playing no; dancer were
enlovinir themaclve to the fullest. The
entrance of the captain and hia no
tice that the dance must cease, caused
an immediate mspenaion of the music
and the funj the women wended their
way to other1 quarter, arki an f
ftual ouletua waa put on the pleas
ure of the 'company in the dancing
vSvenson's BooK vStpre.
Fourteenth and Commerd&l Street
Speech ia ailver, ailence 1 go,df1"
and " I dont remember" i radium.
Morale ahould consider himself for
tunatd to get ftway frpm Sanbo
Wt art tolt agenti to Aatoria for tht Niagara Start Wtrka tf Buffalo, V. T.
Celebrated Stoves and Ranges
THE ZENITH AND THE STAR
tfwy one guaraoieea. n ui ir jaa
aland or ait on the oren door if yo
wish. Prion reduced on all atovea aat
rangea till after tht Holiday.
. s ' i
XI J. Scully
470-47I COMMERCIAL STREET a
i lie decency or injure iu