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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1907)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
QUALITY BEYOND QUESTION
"HEINZ MINCE HEAT"
IN BULK lBc THE POUND
R05S, H1GGINS & CO.
T1IH LKADINC OKOCKKS
I One Transfer FiledOut ut the tnul
lllliiilft of oilier riinlliTN mihmltti'd for
, jiulillc word yriterliiy, Hi'tp wh tint
I win iii.-.; fmfn Kiinili K. Wurr.-n to
! K. W. 1'ri'Hlim, ifiiinljcriillon,
! convcyliiK lot 3, Idock 3, Wrr tit'iii.
j On Deck Agnin ifigi J', ('lurk,
i Hi" Kiiulnr i'XMTt lucuuiidini, Ih In
lliu illy iikiiIii, "ii IhihIni'xx. In
, ili'VllliK iiiikiiik Uii' book iiti'l nrcourit
lllul l-l'I'llI'llM, H of tilt, Stopping frs-
iUi'lilly, of couiMi-, to riM t hlM frli-ii'lM,
who lint KkIoii Jiit'',
Be Burled Tomorrow Ii v,un nn-
IIOIIIM l"! lll f'V'i-llllIK lit l he olllcu of
('onini.r W. ('. A. I'ohl, Ihnt thu ro
liuiltiM of MImh lilinulif. liny, ihf. un
happy yoiniK hiiIi I.).-, will !. Inlcrn-il
Hi 'iri'unwonil ii'iiH-tirry tomorrow, un
diir tliij iiuxplciN of Hint olllicr.
Wear and Tear On foot ami pur..!
and otivliiti-il hy drilling, for nil rrmn
niT of foot-K'-Jir, with C V. J'.rown.
Ho ciirrli- tin, premium mock In As
toria, In jii li ! uml quality.
Salem Ptor Here llcv. n rxl Mm,
K VV. Cliff arrlvfd hint rilht from
Hiilirn iiii'l lire (hi' ku'Ih of Mm, O.
I!, KhU-k. Mr, Cliff.; will occupy tin;
pulpit of 1 1n- li.ipilHt church to-lay,
morning nrul evening.
Two Hundred Even At the clou; of
IiunIiichm y-Ml i lny lii County Clerk
fllntou'ii office, t-re lutd been (in
even two hurelrei lleensea taken "ut
tiy the hunt"ra of Clatsop county for
(he month of Ju injury.
ib& w or i iin
Be Sure to Read Hot lower Unlit
liiiinl i-oiiii-r ii.l, on thla pitge.
Dell It. fckmlly, Notary I'ubllo. ai
Bontiy'a Ciat Store. Any old bourl
Or. J. M. Holt la relieving Or. Finch,
during Ma abstmca and will keep the
regular hours. 12-ll-tf
Have you bought u tmiKuin null ut
our JmiU'tty mile?, If not, com.! In to
morrow.!', A. Stoke.
The vary beat board to be obtained In
the city la at "The Occident Hotel."
Rat fa very reasonable.
Columbia and Victor (Iraphonhonoi
aod ail the latmt record at (Tilcao
prtoea, for aale by A. It Cyrua. 424
OumuMwial Ht. tf
The Clever Thlngt To ilo by on's
feel Ii to keep lh''ii hlilnlomely Mini
C'oiiifiitlnbly nhod from the nlround
stork if C. V. Itrown. No baiter rub
run bo established, nor miilntalmil,
tlmn thin. lw
f you Intend buying furniture lit
the near future, you can save twenty
per cent by buying now. At Hellhnrn
A Company's Jununry clearance mile.
Orkwlli cover umbrella.
If you would save money, rem our
ml In unlay' puper. -1. A. Htok".
Go to A. D. Craig for your tout,
nwnlngN in il nil kind of c'uivim work.
Inijiilre 12th and Ilond. tf
For Fine Watoh and Clock repulrlng
go to Krnnk J. iJunnwrberg'a, tho re
liable Jeweller. 110 11th Ht. tf
Caee Diemitied The case of 1'nul
; Mvei liiKh.im, Die young Moldlcr I'hnrgei
with obtulnlng money under f;ilHc pre
leimi' wim i1IkiiiIkh-. yesterday, In
Justice Goodman's court, the numerotirf
prosecutors uml wllneHni-M refiiHlng to
nppeiir iignlnHl him, itM (he viirbum
Hum of money he hud no necurei), hn l
nil been mn.li. (join). H now a free
imm oim- more, with a nhurp Ii-mmoii
Four Small Men Wanted If yu cun
wear a 34 coin ami want to buy a
null for 14.35, count In early Monday
morning. We huve Jimt four left out
of tifiy-llve. T, A. Hiokcd,
Liceneed to Wed Kuiher J. Wilght
mid Mlna I)ella Hpencer wer grunt ed a
llieiiM. In ivcil yeMti-rday by County
Clerk Clinton. The yuung p,-opi- are
fi win I ho Went Wide.
Arrived Yesterday William Kugene
Mcfiregor nrilve,! In Aatorlu yeMter
day afiernoon at 5 o'clock and will
probably be n life. long giicnt f ),H
happy paienlH, Mr. and Mr". W. T.
Mciiri-gor. lie In beany ami handHome,
of no particular ag" an yet, but den
lined for great thlnxN. all of which It
Ih hope.i may be fully realize,. m,h.
MciJregor l reported an i1odk tde-ely.
Call for Warranti - Call fr 700
worth of warranta, drawn on the
fumln for Ho- Improvement of t'.x
change HUfet, Thirl utreit and living
avenue, bait been Ikhuc-I by City TieaH-
III 'T TI10H. Jlealey,
Below Zero Thtit'a where you will
be If you don't rhtvk that cold nnd
cure that cough with llnrt'a Compound
Hyrup Tnr nnd Wild Cherry. Kure
thing. At llart'ii drug atore, corner
14th and Commercial direct.
Water Supply Normal The AHlorla
water nei vc mi, I nupply Ih iiKalu nor
mal and tint reaervolra both full with
the Intake running freely. Alde from
the dlHruptlon In the properly dlatrl-
billing HyMtemn nnd the luaki In Home j
of the main", the xcrvlce Ih normal and
amide ami In full operation.
Will End Soon mr 2n tier cent .Ih-
KMim nab- will poNltlvidy end on the
Hint of February, on account of the '
advance In lie- factory price on altnoHt
everything In our line, It will be Im- :
poHihl for iih to continue our irnle
any longer than the advertmed time.
Cliat. llellborn & Company, Complete!
Died at Portland The Had Intelll
geni,) wna received In thla city yes
terday, by Captain and Mr. I'eter
J'Mdini, of the death In I'ortland, af
ter a brief lllneaa, of Charles (J. Whlt
comb, city paH ng.-r ngeiit i f the New
York Central Hallway. Mr. Whltcomb
wan but 2.1 yeara of age and waa well
and favorably known in thla city. He
waa a aon of Captain nnd Mm. W. II.
Whltcomb. of Portland, nnd a nephew
of Mra. I' ler Jordan, of thla city. HI
funeral will lake place there nt 1
Mills Opening Up- The Columbia:
mil t Knappton opened up In full 1
blaHt yemerday with 3,000,000 feet of j
fine log In the boom. The Clataop
inllla people have cleared th'lr boom
Horn the anow. Ice nnd aluHh that
coi geated, ptepartory to opening up
th" mill-run, tomorrow,
Probate Order The final account of
O. M. Jacobaon, executor of too es
tate of the latu liana AnderHon, was
(lied In probate court yesterday, and
February .1", I!i07, at 10 o'clock a, rn.,
waa fixed by Judge Trenchard for the
hearing and determining of name.
Licensed and Wedded A llcenan to
wed was laaued yesterday by County
Clerk Clinton, to Mr. Francis M. Nary;
of Marlon county, and Mrs. Olive O. !
Randall, of Clatsop; shortly after the
Issuance of which County Judge Tren
chard waa called to the Parker House
to tic the formal, yet happy, knot.
One Piano Number free with every $3
will soon be here.
Between now and
except contract goods.
Behind each Overcoat, Suit, Hat, etc.,
sold in his atore.
Slightly Damaged 'ounly Road
M.iNter John Fry reports that the
younga River bridge went through thej
leci-nt cold rigors In good shape, tho
fender swings at tin- draw suffering
the most of tin- stress of be and be
ing damaged to the extent, H-ihiips,
Return Today Hon. John C. lie
Cue, reprpHentatlve from Clataop, In
the Orewun legislature, wa In th
city on a flying home trip during the
recess, and will return to the capital
today. He says the committee as
signments will be made the first order
"f business tomorrow and that Clat
cop will figure flatteringly In the dis
tribution. Mr. McCue fa particularly
pleased with the genuine and service
able character of the bills so far pre
sented at Salem and declares that ev
erything points to a successful, whole
some and popular session and the cer
tain goej of the state at large.
Lost A brown Cocker Spaniel bitch
about nine months old, no markings,
wore studded collar, answers to name
of lionnlo, was last ween at A. O, V,
W, hall, on 9th street; property of
Miss Iorothy Montgomery, A suitable
reward will be paid upon return to 3.15
Dun no street. 1-lU-tf
Do you feel sleepy and not a bit
like working In tho afternoon? Per
haps It's because of the kind of lunch
k you're eating too heavy nnd too hnrd
Vvto digest. Why not try the Pnlnco
restaurant on Commercial street,
where all the baking Is done In those
furious slow-process ovens, which turn
out light, appetizing wholesome
tit tags T You'll sav? money, too. if
Money Received City Treasurer '
Thomas Iieaby received $2,115.01 from
County Treasurer W. A. Sherman yes
terday. The money Is apportioned as
follows; (i.ncral fund. Jl.231.nr.; pub
lic library, 117.11; city hall fund.
J7!i'.i.7l, paik fund. $17.11.
For Fruit Inspector Die Krlckson,
a ntirseyman at Smith's Point, was
recommended for the position of
county fruit Inspector by the Clatsop
County Horticultural Association, In
a meeting held yesterday afternoon.
There being no other candidates, Mr.
Krlckson w ill doubtless secure the '
In Milder Climes A n matter of
avcragy weather the climate of Astoria
Is hard to equal, but In such cold
spells lis that of the past week thtf
climate of more tropical lands Is to
be preferred. At least that Is the
opinion of Iji, A. A. Finch, now visit
ing l.ns Angeles, Cal., and J. N. C.rif-
tin. temporarily In Redding, Cal., as I
expre--sed In tln'lr letters to a common j
friend. Only rain has fallen In those!
places, which Is regarded by the ra- i
(Ives as much needed and beneficial to j
TO THE PUBLIC Owing to the un
fortunate conditions that exist in re
gard to the water supply, we wish to
state that we will give our first con
sideration to our old customers, which
we think everyone will consider right
and just. All work in that line will
be done as soon as it is possible to
do it. Our friends will understand
that it will be impossible to respond
to every call at the moment. They
must possess themselves with patience.
W. C. LAWS CO.
Opportunity for Astorians The the
ater going public will be given n
chance to ac a really excellent scries
of plays this week. Manager Oevurtz
of the Star Theater Company, has se
cured the Carlisle Stork Company for
an engagement here, and the first pro
duction will be given tomorrow eve
ning. This troupe comes highly rec
ommended, Mr. Oevurtz being In re
ceipt of telegrams from the cities In
which they have appeared and which
are unanimous In the expression of
satisfaction with the work of the com
pany. All the plays to be given are
of a popular character nnd the deni
zens of Astoria can find few more
pleasant ways of spending these long
evenings than by going to the Star
Theater and enjoying these produc
tions. Tho accustomed hours and pop
ular prices of the Star Company will
SHOES FOR MEN
Of the Highest
Grade of Stock
with the Nicest
SUCH FOOTWEAR WE SELL
The testimony of "many customers
in this vicinityjproves it.
Anticipate your wants and take ad-
vantage of our Extraordinary PricesJ
for Choice Goods.
Wherity, Ralston Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers.
Chocolates and Bonbons
Are the Best
I x s
Just received by today's express
a fresh shipment of
$1,50 per box.
Scholfield, Mattson Co.,
8UCCE8S0R8 TO J0HN80N BR08.
Improvement Bids Opened Hid were
I opened yesterday afternoon for thej
' Improvement of Columbia Avenue from
j the west line of Hond street to 11
' point 102 feet south of the south line
1 of Taylor avenue. The estimate of tho
clly surveyor placed the expense at
7tiL'. The bids were: August 11111
! si rout. $745: Mftkela & Wuoplo. $315;
Hlrch & Jucobson, $Sfi'i. The commlt
j too on ways nnd means will recom
mend that tho bid of Mr. Hlllstrom be
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Co.
Parlors Seoond Floor over 8oholfield A Mattson Co.
Automobile Crooks There Is a start
ling and realistic string of film pic
tures running at the Waldorf this
week that Is proving wonderfully at
tractive. It dhows the rapid, swing
ing career of a man and his wife and
an automobile, the combination pro
ducing a long line of bold and dash
ing thefts from every possible source
such a city as New York offers to a
Smart pair of crooks. The Interest In
the maneuvers of the pa'r, their adroit
and successful deals with the detec
tives and cops, and their hair-breadth
escapes keeps the spectators on the
tip-toe of excitement until the last
live picture on the string Is unfolded.
Miss Violet Parker, the dainty ballad
lst, sings with great effect the new
and beautiful song entitled, "Let Me
Write What I Never Dared to Tell!"
the whole making a very pleasing
scheme of entertainment. tf
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE All
hats must be sold regardless of cost;
I $8.00, $10.00 and $15.00 hats sold at
i $2.00 and $2.50, nothing higher. Mrs.
M. Peterson, Star Theatre Bldg. 2t
Liberty Bell 8ocIal Club will give a
dance Saturday, January 19, at Lo
gan's Hall. Everybody Invited.
mm mm c;
Our Display of Fine Suiting's
Now on view in the office at the HOTEL ''OCCIDENT,"
Astoria, Oregon, will be
Continued Over Monday, January 21st
Kindly favor us with a call and inspet our suitings whether you
are in the market for anything in our line or not.
We have with us here in your city for your inspection more than
2m SWA1HE I
4 by 5 ffi I IN SIZE
Representiug our entire line of woolens which is the largest and best selected
stock carried by any tailoring establisements in Portland.
In addition to displaying our suitings in full trouser lengths and receiving orders
and taking measures here, we will send one of our expert fitters right to your door with
the garments all basted together ready for the "TRY ON" and fit it to your figure before it is
finished, thereby giving you the same good service you would receive were you to
come to our establishment in Portland and leave your order with us there and wait
ing till the garment was finished.
Shauld you favor our representative, Mr. John A. McKee, with your valued order
order, do so with the full assurance it will receive our prompt and careful attention.
oiumbia Woolen ulillsOompany