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THE MORNING ' ASTQAIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY, MAY J( 1900.
A NEW LINE
We llttvu Recently A1il'l to trnr Work a full line of
Chase and Sanborn's Famous Teas
Which Ilka their world renowne & KAL BRAND COFFEE I. tin lt that
cmii 1m. produced. Years of experience, careful ml skillful blending
ha fund- I hem superior to nil other,
WE AUK Sdl.lv AWCST8.
ROSS, HIGGINS gi Co.
RELIABLE GROCERS. .
WATER BOARD MEETS
Dancing Party,Tho Lincoln Annuity
t'nioii gave ' l'"t dancing Vutif
Wednesday evening In Logan's Hull.
Them wn ii (food attendance, nnd "an
Elevator Buay.-Miic the opening "f
the new Si, Mnry's hospital tin; elcva
tor has made h total of i74 trip", and
consumed mi average of 104 gallons of
water at each trip.
New Meter Installed. - A water meter
Iiiipi been Installed itt the Tongue 1'oiiit
Lumber ('oiiimiiy' milk and during
tin- !lit hventv-four hour of lt serv
ice n tolnl of lHll.OW gallon wan con
Water Commission Meeti
Night in the City Hall
TERSE TILES Of 11 IN
And Again.- Thomas Dunn, it native
i.f England, aspitcs to the privilege of
American clici.ilp. mid yesterday Hi
ed lil declaration of Intention in tlii
Whalf, with County Clerk Clinton.
Th Barracks Chanited. The A-torbi
cm p. of llii' Siilviitloii Army 1 prcpar-
I lie lot u 1 barracks from
Ihrlr old locution on Eighth street op
posite Ator, to th southeast eoriicr of
l.'li.l.ili mill ('iiiiiinereinl streets, whew
flu- room, formerly occupied by the Kin
;.!, iii.u.oinii'i'. have b--n nli.lv lilted
tip fur tlie i. nice.
No Quorum. ItciiiiiH' of n Ink of a
mifltcieiii nniiilier of tlie meinlicr or
tlie Improvement clubs present at the
city Imll last evening, nothing was don
I toward arranging a program for the
union meeting of till the dubs, which
i. iliiimi' to occur in shout two week.
Another meeting will prolnlily lie held
soon to complete plans for tlie ineciuig.
Buriel Yesterday, All that wa mor
- - ' ' i f Axel 1veroii was Inid to wt in
.Mora Fire Gear. Yesterday mornlnc ' lirecnVood eemetery yesterday utter
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new Kevstoiie Ore bo-c. of f ci-cit-ed In I nloiuown anu "'
.w,n iiimliiv. nnd will iut i iliieii'd bv Itev. .1. A. HuHheiui. of the
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, lre Chief F,
l.twt) fret of
the 1n,t eol
the name in
ervicp nt otx-e.
Rrpalring Buildings -The buiMmgH
on Ator street which anlTered from the
ihv of Tuednv aftcriKioti, are now be
ing repaired nnd ill "oon ! ready for
I. X. Vaueil of .Slclln kIi., nas
,.iiril.,(.l tlm Old Tj Tora and i fit-
d by A, i. 1'i.g, of l'rl-L large ii.nul.er of frienda paying their ting it up
I hi.t ml Junior on th nrraeion.
Tit wyfcsst board it ta tMtlitd to ! High-Nooo FlreA the ei.y Ml
tot dty it t "Th Occident
lUtea very reasonablt.
Clataop Men in Servlce.-Th Oregon
Ian of yesterday indicate that several
well known eitijtrtm of Chiloi will be
called for ervre on the federal jury
summoned to meet there on next Mon
day, among the number being. C. W,
Carnahan of ClaUnp; 0. Jl. George of
thi city, and C. Guillume of Olney.
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were liclal.lillif me " """
leriluy the linn alarm rung out for a fire
. .1 . I t I. .I.,. Vilnnil. nt Nl. til
HI I II ii"iu- J
Ator street, which proved to Iw an
other iiH.f fir.- but .f moderate propor
tion in comparison with W ednesuay
4 il few feet acros W
I ...I tl.e-.in.fli litll. watt ttlltlll'l tlV
(Vmleal No. I. in oh1 time.
Baseball goods at Svsnson'.
Baseball Garni. The bneball team
of the High school and the Fort Stev
en second aggregation will meet thi
afternoon u the A. F, (". grounds. This
i the second game the two team have
played, and HI undoubtedly be hot
Ladles We art bow prepared to for-
nUh vou with our latest styles of up-
! to-date dress and street bata for aldlea
and also for tbe little mUaes. Our prices
are right. At tbe Fair Eastern MUlta-
rv in tbe Star Theatre Building. 4 -
Hotel Irrlng Eoropeaa inau. Tbe
only steam-heated hotel In Astoria; Urge
and airy rooms; prices from $o cents to
li.So; well prepared and daintily serred
meals at $ cents. Special rates per
week or month for room and board to
permanent guests. Our bus meets 11
trains and steamboats.
An Unhappy Juncture. An unhappy
circumstance occurred on Thurdny
evening last, when the fishing Meet had
returned up stream to it mooring
after the day's work in the lower bay.
Carl O. Sihinder, a boiit-puller In the
employ of the Talliint Uiunt cannery,
fell from hi boat at the company'
whnrf, while morning her fast to the
dock, and though the eap'niu of the
boat, and other nearby, did nil that
skill ninl humanity dictated In the
premise, by way of resuscitating the
young man, it all proved frullle. add
he wna pronounced dead after nearly
three hour of work hud been done. It
ia thought that heart-disease intervened
to make hi dissolution sure, and though
no impict ha developed this fact there
warrant for Its belief. He wa mil
years of age and thoroughly well
liked bv all who knew him.
Passlnf Titles. Four deed were filed
for record at the office of the county
eleik yesteraay. n..nr7, .x. . ,tr,ton
to Itoa N. 0. Strachan. warranty. HtO
.is Ittl. A mill II. In block 21, and lot
15 in block i!H. N'ew Astoria; A. I. Hon
ell and wife to J. L Wuahburn. warran
lv. .',(NHI. MH-tioiial acreage in ( lal-or
count v: I.. Washburn and wife to the
Minnesota and Oregon Iind A Tinilicr
eomiMinv, warranty. ?w,iani. coiiveyiiig
sectional acreage in ClaUop county j I..
M. Harder to bora 1!. Davie, wai-rntity
il J iii 1. 1. ..I; llHi. Mi Hie- .
Taking Their Time. The Police Com.
miioiier of A-torin are taking all the
time thev want in the matter of up
pointing the -iicccs-or f OlTicer Thomt
son to the force. The application arc
thick enough and many good men mo in
the Held for the appointment, but th
iniii.kiiiii will wait till it lia- found
bill a well the ex-officer did. It
is probable that the new man will Is
named at the next session of the board
ulii.li will be held within tlm next
for litisine- on businea
principle and will probably have a nice
patronage in hi new place of amuse
ment. F.vcrybody knows rat. 5-3-et.
Registration Imperative.-Tbei was
an an informal meeting held luat even
ing at the headquarter of the Republi
can county central committee, Xo. 127
Tenth street, as between the central
commit to and the candidates for coun
ty omVe; and about twenty-five of the!
party were present. The committee de
sired to obtain a definite understanding
of the plans and purpose of the candi
date in the conduct of the campaign.
and the candidate were equally solici
tous to know just what the committee
exiecteil in the premises. The entinu
situation was gone over and idea of
value and interest interchanged for the
common twnent of an. nie commauu-
ing feature of the situation waa the
imperative necessity for an increase of
The books will close on
the 1.1th of tlie present month for good,
and the registration to date i abnorm
bIIv low. It must is increased and
brought to a point somewhere near the
ro.ter of the party, and it was decided
that all hands should energetically
urge the duty upon all good Republi
can-, both in tlie ciiv aim in me out
side precinct. The meeting will be re
newed again in a short time, when
definite idiae of the work will be
programmed and nllotted, and the road
to victory plainly blazed.
The Astoria Water Commission met
last, evening in the city hall with all
member present, except Me r, Klmorc
ami I'.rix. After the reading of the
miniitfs of the previous meeting, tlie
report of the clerk for the month of
April was read and filed. The treasurer's
statement h, and the superintendent'
report wer.- also submitted and ordered
placed on file.
The monthly pay roll amounting to
JjlflltU."! ami the monthly bills for April
amount inu to lil..tJ were ordered
A communication was received from
the Nhivclv improvement club tvqiiest
irlg the coiiiuii-sjoti to clean up the dirt
on the comer of Fifteenth and Ex
change strecl. The request waa taken
Other communication were read and
dispo-ed of. Plan for the enfargment
of Reservoir Xo, 1, to a capacity of
l,J(Kl,(aa gallons, were submitted by
'Superintendent ergvick, with the esti
mated cof of construction. The plans
were ordered placed on the table. The
commission has arranged to visit the
site of the reservoir today, and look
over the situation.
It was decided to invite bids for the
clearing of the new reservoir site, con
sisting of eleven acre, all bids to be In
by the 20th of this month.
There being nothing more of moment
to I considered, the commission ad
journed. REMEMBER THE PLACE.
Fine hats at the Ronton Millinery
store, Bond street. Mrs. Jalolf,
The Xew York Credit Co., at Welch's
block on Commercial street has opened
it doors to the ladies of Astoria, and
vicinity and is doing a pno-pcrou busi-
tie- right along. Most every lady in
A-toria i taking advantage of the rea
sonable prices and terms offered by this
firm. We have a few special on display
every Saturday ami your credit I good
here. .Vic a week is all we ask.
XFAV YfrRK CREDIT CO.,
Welch block. Commercial St.
CLOTHES BOUGHT AT WISES' PRESED FREE, WHENEVER YOU SAY
ONE PIANO NUMBER FREE WITH EVERY ts.oo BOUGHT AT WISES
As bsautiful a$ the month of May are our new
Look where you
may, try as you will
nothing will com
pare with the master,
pieces of "High Art"
Tailoring, shown in
the Suits, Wle has
There is quality and tone and full measured satisfac
tion in every stitch.
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
NOT CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST.
tiller the date ot May 1st the fol
lowing biter reached the A-tonan:
To the Editon ln the A-torian of
Saturday there are published press dis
man that will pretty nearly till the patches from Cambridge. Mas., and
Ground. The Morning
whs olca-ed yesterday
Chicago, reporting the death under mys
tcrioti circumstances of the wife ot
Professor Mucnther of Harvard Univer
sity, and which nlo a--ert that Profe
or Mucnther was a lioliever in Chris
tian Science. Inasmuch a Christian
science ha been thus mentioned in con
nection with thi case. I have taken
pains to inuke telegraphic inqnry at
Cambridge and Chicago regarding il, and
NOTICE TO MEMBERS.
Xotice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the Scandinavian Henrvolcnt
Society is hereby called for the purpose
of amending, enlarging and changing the
object, business and pursuit of said so
ciety, so as not to extent beyond bene
volent, fraternal and charitable pur
poses, which said special meeting shall
b- held at the hall of said society in the
eit v of Astoria, Oregon, on Tuesday the
Stli day of Mav. I'-Hm!. at the hour of
7:4." p. in. AH member-, are requested
to le pre-ent.
liiHV VOHTSEXSON. Kcc. See.
I.l'DVKi LARSKX. President.
IH order of the Society.
11 8-122 Twelfth St. Astoria, Ore.
In greet in the office Mr. D. C. Ireland
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ta?-i Mr trelnml. is linlo ii n.1 heat tv. learn from those who nave carefully in-
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takimr his ncriimulatintf year grace- vest mated for mc ai eaen piuce uiuv
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..ii ..,l i. still in tlm editorial saddle. Professor Uin-ntner is not a iniiMia..
, ... ' .1 ...i ..iii..,. f Hm s..i..iiiii. though his wife had been
IH'lll IMC U"lllC."l III, ; "r-
f,. ni.,.rier. iii S iermnn county. He SOIllCWluit intcrcsieu 111 nit bh-jo v.
i in st.lendid health and down this way Mr. Muenther,' prior to the birth of
on a nlcflsinc trin nnd will be here for their last child, was under the care of
.....l I.ilce all newsnai.er men sin neon for five days, then had Clins
i, fl...l it hni-,1 In di-fnossess himself tian Science treatment for a brief per
..i n. f.l,.a tlm. rnws w ith one's Mini, and later had Medical aid. Her
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growth, for the paper he has worked recovery irom tlie mini was muma. .m
nn a,..l Ksnf.eliillv for those he M sat sfactory, ami her (leaui was umi
founded. ' buted to poisoning, her husband being
iiisneeted as responsible- tticreior,
Appeal Direct.-Because of the awful though as yet there is no absolute proof
'alnniitv that has visited San Francisco to tins enect. airs, n.ueu.ue.
.., .nms refuWo. are now in Oak- under Christian Science treatment, but
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land homeless, destitute and without medical care, ai me nine 01 ue, cv...
...i,.m Vvistin ennilitions make It seems but just to uinsuan science
it unwise nnd unsafe for these women and to the rending public that these
to remain in . mixed ouinp or in any fnct relative to inn miu susa u.
r . . I i IV, .1! n flinlnn onlilieiltioll
miitm T he women ot uaK ana inereioie miowii. - i
..,.-! in the women of California ev- commiitee.
eryw'hcre to assist them in finding
homes and employment for these desti
tute neraons. Thev represent almost
every trade dressmakers, milliners,
stenographer, laundresses, domestics,
eto. Will you Interest the women of
your town and of your churches Im
mediately and send word as to the num
ber you can find employment for and
the kind of work to be done. The need
is greater than I can express in a letter
and dispatch is absolutely necessnry
Respectfully yours, Miss Mary C. Mc-
Cleea, member of Relief Committee, lUliU
Poplar street, Oakland, California.
XOTICE FOR BIDS-BIDS ARE HERE
bv asked for clearing all trees and
brush on road Xo. 100 from point ot
bciunins to John Day Station to
width of forty "feet. Bids to be filed
uith the County Clerk on or before
May 23, 1000.
Work to be paid for when completed
By order of the County Court.
J. C. CIJXTOX,
Astoria. Ore., May 3, 1006.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
v ,. nn,Wi,,ni.il. answered our
, , . -r
...l..nrlLAnnlllt ill he OreLonian on
Tuesday, Mav 1, said advertisement be
iiic for house-to-house solicitors. On
ii-,.intiiiT ourselves at the terkins
Hotel, we were interviewed by irs
Wagner, who said she would pay our
wav to Astoria to canvass for the Im
perial Music Co. She also said that the
territory had not been canvassed; that
she was not the manager and that there
was to bo a professor from Chicago to
instruct the pupils. We came down here
UlJ fllllllll Mip teritorv already thor
oughly canassed. On making complaint
to Mr. Folinan whom Mrs. Wagner r.p
w.ntcil ns the manager. Mr. Folinan
refused to take any responsibility
claimina to be onlv an employer of Mrs,
Wanner and that sh'e. Mrs. Wagner,
was the responsible manager, and that
we could not see her as she had gone to
Portland. Mr. Folmnn informs us that
flic venture has lieen a failure in thi
town as they expected to get 500 pupils
nnd have so far only secured about on.
Who is the manager of the Imperial
Music Co.t If they misrc presented the
facts to us, their employes, will they be
em. with t.li nublict They have an
advertisement in the Oregonian tor a
music teacher j how about the Chicago
professor 1 v
C. I- PERKIXS,
Saw Mill Men, $2.25 per day,
Yard Men, $2.00 per day.
Ten Boys, Over 16 Years Old
In Box Factory.
TONGUE POINT LUMBER CO
We care not how you suffered, nor
what failed bo cure you, Hoilister's
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the puniest,
weakest specimen of man or womannooa
strong and healthy, 35 cents, Tea or Tab
lets. Sold by Frank Hart.
Death from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ratio that the use
of Dr. King's Xew Life -'ills increases.
tw- uia vou from dancer and bring
quick and p'ainless release from consti
pation and me ins growing uuv ui .v.
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. Guaranteed by Charles Rogers,
druggist, 25c. Try them.
THE PICTURE WORLD.
When you are in need of anything in
the photographic line in the amateur
way, kodaks, films. plate3, earda,
mounts, and all the technical detaile
of the business, and want the beat and
last in the way of artistic development,
just go to Frank Hart, the druggist, and
tell him so. That is all.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
A nine per cent dividend in the Buil
ding & Loan Land Company is now
payable at the office of W. L. Robb
J. Q. A. BOWLBY. Tres
May 1, 1906 lw-
A large front room, with large closet
and stove, suitable for one or two gentle
men. Enquire after 5 p. m. at 355
Duane street. 5-3-lw.
All persons of firms in need of help,
either men or women; or those having
men's, women's or children's garments to
111 1 Inn,m Ttfmn AfnTTnaVl
Spare, wui pieuau uiiuim i'i.a. i
of the Ladies' Relief Committee, Eleven- jP-rntee1-
th street, near Commercial. 5-l-7t
A Broken Wheel, a loose tire or wag
on . a buggy repairs of any kind alL
kinds can be attended at once and done'
properly, if taken to Andrew Asp &
Company. Repairing and general black
smithing. Buggies and wagons for sale, t
N. A. Ackerman, 421 Bond St, does aH
manner of texidenny, furniture uphol
stering, carpet cleaning and laying, mat
tress making a specialty ana wor
A Mountain of Gold.
could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., and
did not one 25c box of Bueklen's Ar
nica Salve, when it completely cured a
running sore on her leg. which had tor
tured her twenty-three years. Greatest
antiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds, and
Sores. 25o at Charles Rogers' drug
For a good share go to the Occident
Barber Shop. Five chairs No long
THE NIMBLE COIN.
The nimble coin of the country neve
does eo good a thing as when it auppllea
I a man' with a well-cooked and health
Here You Are. Hautala & Raitanen j f ul meal of the sort he is hungry for. Ia
tailors, cleaning, pressing, ladies' and I this instance is becomes a blessing, and
men's clothing. 491 Bond St.. Phone no pocketbook Is the poorer for the ex
Ked 2305. penditure; this is why everyone you
see coming out of the Palace Restaurant
WANTED. carries Buch a grateful and satisfied ex-
pression of countenace. Just watch for
Man to work on ranch, must be good a day or ao, and the first thing you know
milker.-Enquire Milk Depot Cor. 10th you'll be a eteady customer there. It
and Duane. I is one of the certaintiies of Astoria Ufa.