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THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1007.
PINB FOR DAINTY DINNERS
EHMANS RIPE OLIVES"
TMEY ARE DELICIOUS
EHMANS OLIVE OIL, STRICTLY PURE
PINT BOTTLE - - - 50c
QUART BOTTLES- - - -LOO
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
THK LEADING CROCKRS
COMMITTEE IN LINE
! FOR THURSDAY
i BIG .CHAMBER .OF COMMERCE
MEETING TO BE HELD AT AS
TORIA THEATRE IN8TEAD OF
i LOGAN'8 HALL.
TERSE 115 Of 1 1
Morning Astorlan, 0 cents a month,
delivered by oarrter.
Go to A. D. Cralp; r your tent",
awnings and all Wnlo of canvas work
Xlth and Exchange. It
Too very bent board to bo obtained
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i tno cX ai
Hates vary reiw.
A.t, T.mol. No. 26, Rathbone BU-
tora, will give another popular social
danco at IgaVi Hall Monday. I'
ll. Admission, DO cuts.
That's tha Plaeel Wheref No. in
rn,mBrdul street. You can gl any
. vA,ilne at urlcea to aull
vnu HiMitlinontal. comic and post
rd. Com- early and avoid tho rush
- fi... tlinr if
H nun ' -
Mak Good Use of It-There la an
odd and end" aala on Jual now ai
iv,- nonulnr shoo house of Cha. V.
iimwn. Don't fU to avail yourself
of tbo unuual opportunity for bar
gains In footwear. It's up to you!
Re-Open, Irving Hotel-Wllltam
Relschman. formerly of 1'orllnnJ but
laUlr of Chinook, baa leased the Irv
ine hotel and will open U "P-
will conduct a first class hostelry for
tha accommodation of the public.
The Coinmltu-p of Fifteen, In chart?'
of tliu groat Ht, Valentino's Day com
mercial meeting In thin city, was In
amnion again liiNt nlKht, taking cog
nizance of the detail that are to make
ttmt meeting effective and successful.
Chairman (irutko arid all liU col
leagues were In attendance and a care
ful review of circumstances, men and
object In relation to Thursday's
demonstration wu had, and among the
ri-tulM wiin lh! decision to change the
place of meeting from Loguri'M hall to
th Astoria theatre, Thl wu en
tailed by reason of the huKu crowd
that In destined to be out that night
- nn.t ndH 111 broken in take narl In tho now scheme of
our .-. - ----- ,
e to of (lining chair at one-half prku j re-oticanlieafon of the Chamber of
while they last. Chan. Hellborn &j Commerce, besides giving better scope
THEY MEAN BU8INE83.
mi I. . i'U I- - ' -
Orkwlts cover umbrellaa.
pell 11, Scully, Notary Public at
foully Cigar Store. Any old houtl
J. A. Qllbauah & Company, Und-r-lnkra,
M9 Duane atreet, corner of
Attorla & Columbia Peoplt Hard at
Work on Belt Line.
Chief Knglncr It, P. Habberaham,
with a gang of nine m'Ti, la buitlly at
work canilng preliminary linen of tho
new tlt-rout from Warrcnton to
HeaHldp. YcMterilay they were In back
of tho liralller place, near Warrenton.
The lino will run aouthwealerly out
of Warrenton anl klrt along the
aoutherly line of the city cemetery and
acroKH Hmlth'a Lake to a point prac
tically one-half rnllo from tho beach
llrif, ami then Kwlrjgn aouth along the
Hand-beach, en route to Heaalde, and
cant of the Necoxle. Of courne, the
final route will be delected from a
poMNlblc half-dozen preliminary aur
vey and time alone will demonHtrate
Ha permanent location.
Spaolal Salt We ar clearing
From Far Yptllentl Mr. and Mrn.
Warren Went, of Ypnllantl. Mich.,
have arrived In Urn cliy and are wel
roino gw-mn at the rpH-riwn home
of Mr. and Mm, W. It. Klarr.
Citiian Krlxllaii Anderson.
... I.... ftl..,t l.lo I
ti native or .-Norway, yemri..j "
detluratlon of Intention to heroine a
(.Hien of AimrUu, with County Clerk
J. C. Clinton.
Another Littla StrangerAt 11:16
yenterday morning a IIUlo daughter
wtm born Mr. and Mm. Chan. It.
IllMKln. at their Harrlnon Avenue
Wa are Qolnfl to move Into the 8pex
arth Building, Commercial etreet, be
tween 8th and th, the end of thlt
week 8toek muoh ba rtdueed In that
time) In order to do eo, will positively
almost give gooda away. Don't wait,
oome at once, or you will regret thle
ODDortunlty. C. H. Cooper", oraat na
Off for California Mr. and Mra. It.
I. Hmllh, who havo bwn the gueata
of the latter' tnotlu-r, Mr. K. A.
Jjomlrr at Warrenton, for aomo time
pnat. left for Han Kranclmo on the Co
lumbia, on Hunday morning hint, where
they will mko their future home. Mr.
Smith will bo well remembered an A.
& C. agent at Warrenton, prior to the
Incumbency of Mr. Prior, now In
Have Sold th Timber Sheriff M.
It. Pomeroy and hi brother, Robert
Pomeroy, acting for their mother and
five other helm of I he Pomeroy ea
late, yenterday old tho atandlng tim
ber on the old homenlead of 200 acre,
on the Hiappoone. back of Rainier, for
a good round figure, with the stipula
tion lhat It munt all be off the place
ut tho end of ten year.
Do you feel aleepy and not a bit
Ilka working In Tno afternoon? Pr
h.m ifa becaue of Vhe kind of lunch
you're eating to heavy and too hard !
to dlget. Why not try me raiuco
restaurant on Commercial atreot,
whara all the baking la done In those
famoua alow-procoaa ovens, which turn
out light, appetlalng wholeaome
bJagaT Toa'll aav money, too. tf
Carp Are Bountiful A couple of
Antorlan look a llyer down tho A. &
C. lino yenterday and In their pere
grination about the bend of the Ne-
roxle, went of Morrlnon'a, they found
the clear nhallow literally alive with
big round carp, banking lieur the nur
face aixl evidently enjoying the warm
February unhln The Atorlan
were at first puxr.ted an to what the
carp were living on. to keep them In
such plump condition, when they no
tlced that the Bran and other vegeta
tion along the creek bank wa all
closely cropped off right down to the
water' edge. Then Ujey knew all
Chocolates and Bonbons
to the npeakem and the committee
There wa any amount of cnthun
lantn laHt night and the hope I bright
for one of the liveliest convention
neeii In thin city for many a day. It
was determined to do everything that
might give color and snap to the oc
casion; and to thl end, the program
wj arranged. In part, u follows:
The reception committee will meet
the dlnilngulnhed visitor at the noon
train and encort them to the Hotel
Occident, where they will bo luncheJ
and given a chance to rest and lake a
look at the city they have come to
asnlst. In the evening after they have
dined, there will be a parade, lnaugu
rated at tho Occident, passing thence
with bras band, police patrol, the
committee of fifteen, sneaker In
auto'a and carriage, the line of march
being taken up thence to Ninth street,
aouth to Commercial, eot to the O.
R. & S. gangway, debouching tlieiiCfe
to the opera houe, arriving there In
eaon to greet the crowd at 8 o'clock
There I every Indication to war
rant tho heartiest expectation from
thl gathering and no cltlaen can do
hi whole duty on the night of the
Hth and tny at home.
New Rooming Quarter That Mr.
Captain M. Nolan has taken charge of
the rooming privileges of the Cope
land building, over the "Bee Hive," on
Commercial street, Is a certain guar
anty of the excellence of the service
to be given there hence forward. The
place will be made manifestly the bet
of It kind In Astoria and every pa
tron will be made, a comfortable a
excellent equipment and conscientious
management can attain to.
With th ContractoraR A. CJerd
Inir has a irane of men engaged In
gathering log off Sand Island, and an
other busy with the sluclng on East
Omnd avenue, preparatory to tho pro
jected extension of that thoroughfare
Contractor Lebeck Is Jtt til busy with
tho pIlltiKT work on the Warren Tack
ing Company's Improvements. The
side track trestle Is now completed, ns
to piling; the work closing: on Satur
day night last. Yesterday he began
driving for the wharf, gangway and
About Completed J. Vernon has
Just about completed the new tele
phone service line In and out of the
city of Chinook, across the bay, anJ
will soon make the final connection,
putting that place In "long-dlstanco"
touch with Astoria and the world
There are twelve phones on the new
line and the work ha been done In
accordance with the best tandards
The work will be finished thla week.
Passed Away at Oysterville Cath
erine E. Stoner died at Oysterville on
Hunday of aliments arising from old
age. The deceased waa born In Mich
igan and was aged 83 years. Funeral
aervlee will be held today at mat
r.lace. with Interment In the nearby
A TRIAL PROVES
i THE WORTH OF OUR
$4.00 and $5.0O
SHOES FOR HEN
They arc the height of fash
ion but not the extreme.
Full of comfort and good
service for the man that
walks much or little
They come in various leathers.
All sizes, and widths in stock.
Wherity.Rabton $ Company!
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t M H M H M 1 1 1 1
YOU CAN GET IT AT
THE 10 CENT STORE
Reed Building, on 11th St.,
Between Commercial and
? I Hi I H I ' 1 1
iitn.u Fatal Elsie Pernu. a native
of Finland, aged 20 years, died at St
Mary' hospital Sunday afternoon. The
funeral will occur today at 1:80 o'clock
from Pohl's undertaking parlors. In
terment will be at Greenwood cemetery.
Moves Residence Captain Al Betts,
whose house-boat home haa hitherto
occupied the position which will be
used by the new engine house, has
removed his quarters to the corner of
Eighteenth and Exchange streets.
Uppertown Death Mary Lamp!,
.itn.l I., l'nrwrtnwn Sundav after a
brief Illness. The deceased was a na
tivn ,,f Pinlnnd. aired 32 years. The
funeral will tako place Wednesday
Are the Best
are now at their best.
We have just received a shipment of very
fine ones and are selling at very
Scholfield, Hanson Co.,
SUCCESSORS TO JOHN80N BROS.
March 20th, Now A reliable and
well known citizen of Astoria came
down from Portland on the noon train
yesterday and brings the cheerful as
surance that on the 20th of next
month, tho Hill Interests will pay the
final sum due In the negotiations
whereby the Astoria & Columbia Riv
er Railroad shall pass to the Hill
forces. Ho alleges ho got from sources
alleged to have a "straight" tip on
matters of this sort.
Call For Warrants City Treasurer
Thomas Dealey has Issued a call for
warrants to the extent of J3.000 drawn
on the general fund and endorsed dur
lng the month of December, 1905.
Leaves Hospital Captain Jones who
has been 111 at St. Mary's hospital for
some time with an attack of pleurisy,
in now convalescent and left the hos.
The Waldorf Theatre And Concert
Hall, Eighth and Astor etreeU, la now
offering a fine bill of continuous
vaudeville, Illustrated singing, cover
ing all the latest vocal gems; fine or
chestral work, performed by one of
the best and largest orchestras on
the coast, and a splendid line of mov
ing pictures from the latest films In
the business. There 1 an ample
scheme of entertainment projected
along these lines, and It will be main
tained regularly with constant changes
of bill. The piece d'reslstence on the
Kinnetlscope at present Is "The City
Cut-Up," one of the funniest and most
realistic displays ever seen here. He
gets everybody in a snarl, from the
poor Chink to the shrewdest of the
police and detective forces; there Is a
laugh for every film that passef.
Next Monday Night
This Is the third number on the Star
Course. There are a hundred avail
able seats. Re nerve them at once at
Martinson's tailor shop, 11th Street
First Presbyterian church.
Don't Suffer Go straight to Linton's
drug store, on Eleventh street be
tween Duane and Commercial. It is
open day and night. Everything of
the purest and best.
School Term Report The report ot
City Superintendent A, L. Clark oa
the public schools of Astoria for the
past term is made public The total
registration is 1,425 pupils, of whom
95 are in the High School. The av
erage percentage of attendance is
97.9. In the grades the sexes are about
equal but in the High School there are
57 girls to S8 boys. The school having
the highest average attendance is 01
ney school with 98.7 per cent
Will Leave for Alaska Will Clinton
Intends to return to Alaska some time
In the present week, catching the
Saturday steamboat at Spokane and
proceeding to Valez, his destination.
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Parlors 8eoond Floor ever Soholftold A Mattson Co.
Trial This Morning A. Klljunln,
the well known Rond street tailor, was
arrested yesterday upon the complaint
of one, George Relnjohn, charged with
making threats. It Is said a six
shooter figured In the mntter Bome
what. Mr. Klljunln readily gave bond
and will appear for trial In Justice
Goodman's court at 10 o'clock this
Off for Alaska William KauppI, the
woll known cigar and tobacco mer
chant, at 1361 Franklin street, sold out
to a near-by fellow-merchant, and left
laBt evening for Fairbanks, Alaska,
where ho will Join an uncle In some
new and promising ventures. Ho leaves
many friends here who will be glad to
hear of his success.
Chinese New Years Chinese New
Year's started at twilight last night
and tha Oriental population of Astoria
hung out decorative lanterns and fired
firecrackers to celebrate the advent
of the holiday, which will last out the
Church Conference The Columbia
conference of the Evangelical Luth
eran church will convene Wednesday,
February 13, at Spokane. A number
of prominent Lutherans of this city
expect to be present '
Morning Astorlan, 60 cents a month,
New Automobile P. A. Stokes has
purchased an Oldsmoblle and expects
to have it in this city in the near
future. It is reported to be of the
latest and most expensive model.
5 pairs of Sox, good wool-
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en to cotton oox, regular
pnee zoc to o ior ji.w
at Wise's removal sale o pairs
HATS, formerly $2 to $4
now 55 cents at Wise's re
All new Neckwear and Sus
penders worth from 50 to 75
cents now do cents at vv ise s
Boys' Suits reduced from
75c to $2.00 at Wise's remov
25c caps for 15c at Wise's
$1.25 and $1.50 Umbrellas
reduced to 85c at Wise's re
Men's Suits reduced from
$2.50, $5.00 and $7.50 at
Wise's removal sale.
Winter Overcoats as well
as top coats reduced almost
one-half at Wise's removal
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
Now ready for your inspection.
The largest assortment, most
beautiful patterns, highest grade
of workmanship and most ex
quisite designs in Embroideries
Prices so low that you will be
amazed. We now have on sale
our complete stock bought before
the manufacturers' advance of
25 per cent and this is why we
can quote prices below other
Simington Dry Goods Go.