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THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBES l, '4907.
When You Want Something
GO TO JALOFF'S
Cloaks, Suits, Millinery. SKirts, Waists.
Furs and Ladies Furnishings
A complete line to choose from at modest prices. The
Special Worth ofJaloflPs garments is - plain to the
ca?ual observer and is splendidly etnphasized in service,
JalofTs styles are absolutely correct an d up to -the :
ate in the smallest detail. They embody the best fashion
points of Paris. London, and Berlin, models cleverly ad
apted to the taste of the American woman.
Those little Touches that mark the Difference
s Between Smart Style and Mediocrity,
Are found in Jaloffs Models,
And there is never a Touch too much.
Remember that what we leave out of Jtloffs garments
as well as what we put into them, makes for our style
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"The Style Store," 537 Commercial Street
NEXT TO HERMAN WISE
BRINGS BRIDE FROM
E. A. CLARKE, POPULAR SALESMAN,
SPRINGS PLEASANT SURPRISE ON
HIS FRIENDS ON RETURN FROM A
THREE WEEKS' VACATION.
E. A. Clarke, a -popular salesman of
the Brownsville Woolen Mills Store, who
has been east on his vacation for the
nast three weeks, arrived in Astoria yes
terday at noon with a pleasant surprise
for his relatives and to his friends. He
brought back a charming bride in the
person of Miss Mary Bowman, of Frank
lin. Mo., having been married in that
town more than a week ago.
Miss Bowman is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W, T. Bowman, of Franklin,
her parents being leading citizens of
that place. Mr. Clarke is well Known
in Astoria where he has been located for
more than four years. The marriage was
the culmination of a romance which
commenced in Missouri, before the
groom came out to the west. They will
make their permanent home in this city.
Congratulations were showered up in
the happy couple upon their arrival in
WORK m THE IL-
TUNNEL UNDER. FT. COLUMBIA
OVER HALF DONE HARD 10
trvvv A FULL CREW AT
TO HAVE WHOLE
KANSAS CITY FIRM WANTS TO
SPEND SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
ON GROCERY CONCERN SENDING
MAN TO INVESTIGATE.
A communication litis been received by
the Clmmber of Commerce from a big
wholesale jrroeery concern in Kansas
City, which announces its intention to
send a man to look over the Held nere
'"or a location for a huge wholesale,
house The writer proposes to put $7.V
000 in the erection and operation of a
huge wholesale grocery store at ims
point to handle the trade of the sur
The communication also suggests that
if local citizens desire to invest 25,tHX)
in the concern that it will he agreeable,
but that this will not interfere with
the firm's plans, if t is impossible to
raise that amount.
The letter was one replied to by the
Columbia Trust Company, and both Mr.
Whyte and Mr. Clarke, appeal' to be con
fident that the Kansas City firm means
Another communication was received
from a Michigan man, asking if there
was any possibility of establishing a
plaster works here with profit to n com
nnnv. He states that he has been in
the business for years, but would like to
change the location of his business and
come out west.
Three flattering replies have Veil re
ceived from Germany In answer to an
advertisement placed in the leading pa
pers of that country. The letters are
in response to the placing of $100,000
capital in this city or county to great
advantage in any line of business, liiai
any answer at all should be received
from an advertisement asking for $iuu,-
000 is regarded as satisfactory to some
extent, and the writers evince sound in
terest in this section.
A promoter in Vermont, who has or
sanized several large coal companies, ha
,ai-o,i fnr ,'nfnrmntion refrardinir the
formins of a co-operative deep sea fish
in? conmanv. He believes that" he could
make a success of such an organization
nn all information on the situation
here will be forwarded to him
There are a number of enquiries from
people who want to know if there is
plenty of good building sand in this
district. Numerous other queries from in
vestors, which show flattering interest,
are being received and answered by the
Chamber of Commerce.
The indications are that from the
number of companies and
SCHOOL BOARD HAS
Work on the extension of the Ilwaco
Railway is progressing slowly and it
will probably be January 1st before the
line is finished to the new terminus op
posite Astoria, where the finishing
touches are now being put on the dock
and warehouse which is one of me nnesi
in the countrv and fitted up "with all
the modern appliances for the fast
ihandlinff of traffic. Work on me tunnei
Vt.. Columbia is progressing rap-
; ii inn foot nt 4hn sftft rpmains to I nueries a
luiy uuit oov ic- , -- i- "it
u- x. j not, Tlurann and Chinook business plants will be organized here
W3 UU1CU. .nvv- - - ' IB it.. 1.1, u
there are several cuts that are giving within a tew momns n me ..v
the men a lot of trouble as the ground is ers are handled properly. Considering
full of springs and it is impossible for that the advertising campaign has been
teams to work in it so tne irac ua going ""- e "
been laid up to the place and a steam
shovel has been put to worK. ine one
great trouble is to keep men at work
and there is a steady stream coming and
going. For example, there are supposed
to be 50 men on the track-laying gang,
yet last month over 200 names appear
on the pay roll.
Fall and Winter Styles
The latest designs in long loose coats, the tight-fitting
fhi slinrr caracul coat. English Tjecadillv
mug j . 0 ,x X
coat, the Misses' normal and the girls' junior coats.
Wer are stvles for the particular dresses and the girls X
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who want someimng uiucreui.
Latest designs in millinery in the newest colorings,
browns, navys and garnets. Our styles and workman
ship are excellent and prices cheaper than ever.
The latest novelties in dark, rich novelties in Stripes
and checks. Chiffon broadcloths in all colors.
est aroused in this section in that time
is extremely encouraging.
A BIG CLAIM.
Miss Annie Anderson Files Claim Against
City For $10,000 Damages.
J. H. Smith, as attorney for Annie
Anderson, filed a claim in the city audi
tor's office, yesterday, for .$10,000, dam
ages resulting from an accident a month
atro. An affidavit was nieu, in wnicti
the claimant states that she was in
jured, during the regatta, at the foot of
Eleventh, by stepping off an approach
leading to the regatta stand. She
claims that she was so badly injured
that she has been confined to the hos
pital ever since. She sustained a severe
shock to her nervous system, she avers,
and suffered bruises and internal in
juries. It is not the institution of a
suit, but really to protect a claim, which
owing to the charter, as it now stands,
any claim for damages by accident, on
the streets, must be filed within 30 days
after the accident occurs.
Several interesting questions will arise
over this claim. The full result of these
injuries, to Miss Anderson, cannot yet
be fully determined, as she is still at
the hospital. While her ultimate recov
ery is looked for, it is impossible, owing
to her age, to forsee possibile compli
cations. It is for this reason that the
amount' of damages is placed so high.
There is a question as whether the ac
cident happened on city property or on
private property. ( While it is evident
that a suit will be commenced, it has
not vet been determined who the suit
will be against. This will be a matter
for future consideration, the filing of
the claim at this time being to protect
the rights of the injured lady as to the
MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE ACTED
UPON TRUANT OFFICER ASKED
FOR -MORE MONEY FOR NEW
The school board held iti regular
mcetiiiif last nijrht. A full board was
present, as was, also, Architect Wicks.
The minutes of the last regular and the
special meeting,' wm" rend and ap
proved. A communication from Miss
Man; Dealcy was received, iu wliun she
ited that she had been assigned to 0 is
and 0 A classes. She stated that she
had tor years taught lower grade and
was willing to take the 4 and 5 A
trades but if retained on the new as-
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siirnment would resijrn her position.
Superintendent Chirk explained his rea
sons for so assigning Aliss JJeaiey, anu,
on motion, the matter was referred to
Fisher Bros. Co. presented an order
on the board for $373.1)0, signal by
Charles Verchueren. It was pnsseii over
until the payment was due the latter.
The Cullender Company presented a
i r-t.Y,i0, for wood, and it was re
ferred to the committee on supplies.
Requisitions for supplies, for Adair
and McClure schools, were referred to
)u committee ou supplies.
Several eases were reporteH of par
ent beitij? unable, through poverty, to
purchase the new books needed, and the
matter was referred to the committee on
supplies to investigate and act.
Superintendent- Clark recommended
the appointment of Miss Wunch to the
miiuarv department of Ahlerbrok school
and the recommendation was approved.
After considerable discussion over tne
opening of the Taylor school, which is
beini? delated bv non-completion, it was
decided to order the opening ot me
school on October 14.
A resolution, providing for the con-
tmctini? of a debt of $10,000, for addi
tional school facilities, and the purchase
of a school lot, was introduced by direc
tor Tavlor. The resolution calls for the
of interest bearing warrants
dated November 1st and payable as
follows: First year, WOW), and $-100
each year for four year. The rate of
interest is placed at 5 per cent payamc
semi-annually. It also calls for bids
being advertised for from bona fide
residents of the district, and that notice
of same be posted in three sections of
the citv, and advertised in two daily
tmners. A levy of two mills is made to
meet the Interest on these warrants. The
resolution w.is passed unanimously. The
committee on judiciary was allowed fur
ther time, to report on issuing primary
The superintendent submitted the sal
ary roll of the Portland school depart
Director Welch brought up the matter
of the appointment of a truant officer,
a mentioned in the Astorian, end mov
ed that the police commission I' re
quested to detail an officer for that pur
pose. He urged that the appointment
be made as soon as possible, and the
motion was carried.
The superintendent suggested the pro
curing of small library cases, for the
library books, in each class room, and
the matter was referred to the commit
tee on supplies.
The following bills were ordered paid:
Eastern Painting & Decorating Co.,
$400; City of Astoria, $2; Lars Aase,
$4.50: Foard & Stokes Hardware Co.,
$12.20; Herbert Johnson, $8; Pos, Tlig-
gins & Co,, $15.10; Isircli & .larobson,
$215; Northwest School Furniture Co.,
$138.50; Geo. Limlstrom & Co., $3.65; A.
L. Clark, $150; J, A. Montgomery, $10;
1'rael F.igner Trans. Co.. $2(1.25; Astoria
Box Co., $21; The .1. S. Dellinger Co.,
$35; Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., $4.85; Wil
son Bros., $2500; Jas. W. Welch, $100.
The meeting then adjourned.
Copyrlgbt 1907 by
Hart Schifiner W Marl
The Above Cut
will give some idea of the kind of clothes
Hart Schaffner $ Marx
I turn out. " These suits were built on the newest and
most accurate lines. They fit as
though made to measure
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00
Leader in Nobby Clothes
Bad breath is a most offensive ailment,
irritates vou as well as your friends;
Holiister's Rocky Mountain Tea .takes
the bad taste from the mouth, removes
the cause, purifies the breath. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Frank Hart.
It is reported that a Chicago office
force struck because the typewriter ran
the office. This is doubtless an error;
they struck because the typewriter fool
ishly permitted them to know that she
alwavs runs the office.
A French schooner went ashore at
on of the fashionable resorts. When
dnv dawned she. was plainly in sight
ifrem the beach, the waves breaking
over ner aecKS, ana me crew cunging
In tTin hrouds. Then the summer
resident flocked to the water edge,
where a are-saving crew was working.
'"Mercy man, why don't you all do
something 4ry to save those poor men?
I wonder what they are" an excited
woman gasped , catching a bronzed
coast-guard by the Tarn.
"We are doing all. we can, madam,"
was the hurried reply. "They are
French, We have just sent them a line
to come ashore.".
IThe lady turned with a look of ad
miration in her eyes.
"Just think of that, Mary," she said.
"And isn't it just like those awfully po
lite' Frenchmen? That man said they
had just sent them a line to come
ashore. You see, they wouldn's come,
though. they were about to be drowned,
without a formal invitation." Success
There are other things that Senator
Foraker would doubtless enjoy more
than the suspiciously unanimous in
dorsement of his course by the Democrats.
Largest and most complete line of
rug, Hildebrand & Gor.
Columbia and Victor graphophone
and latest records at 424 Commercial
street A. R. Cyrus. U.
The Liberty, Bell Social Club will give
another one of their dances Saturday
evening, October 5th, at Logan's Hull.
Everybody cordially invited. 10-2-4t.
fWe have silver ki,I. and stcelhead net
ting, leaded lead lines, cotton twine and
rope, Plymouth .Manila rope, oil clothing
and rubber boots and everything for
fishermen. T. J. Carney & Co.
The Tyler is still open, and doing a
good business too. It was predicted that
this resort would be a success and it has
proved that the prediction wa correct.
Clarence Tyler, and hi able night man
ager, Harry Towler, have held the many
friends they had, and have made many
more since the opening night. Business
is always going on there and for an or
derly conducted place The Tyler is par
excellence. The location, Sixth and Bond
street, is well known.
Rings Dyspepsia Tablets do the work.
Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, indigestion,
bloating, etc, yield quickly. Two day's
treatment free. Ask your druggist for
a free trial. Bold by Frank Hart's
tr Morning Astorian, .'cents'' pari
month, delivered by Mrrtor.
New Grocery Stors.
Try our own mixture of coffee the
J. P. B. Fresh fruit and vegetables.
Babollet & Co. grocers. Pbons Mais
$2.00 Saved by Buying Tickets
at Astoria. See G. W. Roberts,
Agent, 0. R. & N. Dock.
Through tickets for all points in the
United States and Europe. Quick time
and excellent service.
Of Interest to Many
Foley's Kidney Cure will cur any case-'
of kidney or bladder trouble that is not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medi
cine can do more. T. F. Laurln, Owl
Drug Store. t
Oliver typewriters and automatic
stenographers at A. R. Cyrus, 42t
Commercial street. tf.
The Place To Dine.
here ahall we dinef There should'
be no question about that. If you have
no appetite, but feel that you should!
dine, drop into the Palace and, if you
meet Arthur Smith, auk him to pre
scribe for you. He'll do It, by laying
something tempting before , you, and
while he does not wish to interfere with
physician, prescribing fop dyspepsia, he
Is in the business to cater to men's
"tomachs. Try him once and then you
will alway dine at the Palace.
Free Wall Mips.
A large wall map, very complete ani
carefully printed, exceedingly- useful for
reference and general Information will
be furnished free of ohargif Apply to
O' -!W Roberts, agehl J ti 'i IftrUa
torla. , 8-0-t.
Fancy Bartlett Pels
$1.00 Per Box'"'
The season is getting late, so yon will have to hnrry
521 Commercial Street
Phone Main 681