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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1907)
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, taoy.
", THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OHtittON.
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TUTS ; Flil' SEE IS SILL OIK : iF I
Q$3 ONE iOHE WEEK LEFT
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0 Down, Down, Down, goes the prices at Robinson's Furniture Store. Still
greater reductions. Come and see our prices on Carpets. Selling at cost
prices all through the store. We warit the cash and we must have it during
November. You can have g
not considered. : -"'" :-:'- ."'' .v: .
READ OUff PBICES OAHEFULLY AND GOPPADE WITH PRICE'S ELSEWHERE
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Yum Yum Spring 3.50 J $ 2.00
Wool Top Mattress..... 3.50 2.00
Window Shades...:..;..... 50 26C
Dining fcoom Chair 1.50 v
Kitchen Chair .75 ' 60C
Dining Room Chair.. ..1.00 05c
Kitchen .j Table , , 100 , -. 140
Beautiful Lace Curtain 4.00 1.05
Beautiful Lace Curtain .3.00 1.40
r ? OrlflBt! Prion Badacid frtcit.;
Beautiful Lace Curtain ......i 1 .50 05c
Beautiiul Lace Curtain 1.00 60C
Beautiful GoldenOak China Closet 22.00 1 3.05
Golden (ik Buffets i 25.06 , 14.76
Beautiful fine Feather Pillows...: 3.75 2.00
3 piece Bed Room Suit 25.00 14.00
Jron Beds, all colors.......;;.. ..... 3.00 1.70
Beautiful Iron Beds , 7.50 4.78
Wash Boilers .... 1.00 05C
; OrlglBil Print Priest
Wash Wringers 'y 2.75 i; ; 1.70
China Dinner Plates, per doz......... 1.2$ GQC
Oak Rocker 1.- 3.75 2.25
Brussels Carpet, per yd 1.10 CSC
Brussels Carpet, per ydi 1.00 ( 00C
Brussels Carpet, per yd................... 1.50 COc
Heavy All-Wool Carpet per yd 1.00 ( CvC:
lleavy Ail-Wool Carpet per yd.:... .90 C0C:
Cotton Chain Carpet, per yd........ .75
Cotton Chain Carpet, per yd. '.50 20C
Remember This Safe Will : Last Qnly One Week More
7 This is without exception the5 largest fulniturc safe' ever heard of in Astoria. We want the cash'arid will
sell you the goods cheaper than any house in town. Shop early and avoid the rush. Graniteware,
Crockery,' Ranges, Cook Stoves and lill Cooking UtcnsHs at cost. w " " : .,,.
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I WISE CURRENCY LAW. '
President Colvih ot Chicago Stock Ex
change Advochte Legislation.
CHICAfiO, Nov. 10. Kxtravaunnt liv
' lug by, tbow wlio liavo made monoy
canlly during rnpcrous times and the
iCfforti of othern to live on an equal scale
, wre cited as lending causes for present,
flnandnl diffluultios by Tresidcnt , Wm.
II. Colvln of the Chicajro Stock Exchange
' In an addrewt at a fellowship dinner giv
en last night by the Fort Dearborn Club.
The speaker also referred to the fine
' Imposed by Judge Lamlls on the Stand
ard Oil Company, saying: .
"Tlila fine, equal to thirty times the
' company's eapltttl and the statement
from the government that it can be col-
1 looted, suroly has an Important bearing
on the value of all securities for the
I clerks of any company might be equally
neirlltrenc witn no uiBnoneei moiive, or,
' being dishonest 'or malicious, 'could ruin
' every atockholder." r ' ; ' (
Mr. Colvln spoke of certain recent
stte legislation ngaint ! railroads In
which' ii "eltort "to w'cure a. portion of
tho public applauoe-Jto make political
capital,' a it has been so I successfully
done in Wlashlngton." :
Many attacks on corporations, he as
serted, have been ! mercilessly destruc
tive without carrying with any quality
of crcativenes. - He advocated the pas
sage of a wise currency law.' -'-
.'' V" CAR ACCIDENT. ; '' '" 'I;
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18.-John
Daley,, living on the San Bruno road,
was run over" last night by a car of
the San Bruno line and as a result had
both legs amputated. As the car came
along and showed no signs of stopping
Daley ana the others started to run
alongside in : an attempt to board It.
In tome way Daley slipped and fell
with both legs across the rail. The
motorman was arrested and charged with
Morning Astorlan, 00 cents per month
delivered by carrier. "' ;
Tacoma-Hoiqg Kong 'Line' Putting
Two New Vessels.
VICTORIA, B, C., Nov. lO.-The Blue
Funnel Line is building two steamers to
enter the passenger and freight carrying
trade on the, Paclflo with direct line
from Taeoma io Hong Kong, as well as
the Round the world iervlce which has
been maintained from Liverpool and
across the Pacific. Alfred Holt and Com
pany of Liverpool have contracted with
Messrs. Workman, Clark and Company
of Uelfat,for the. construction of two
passenger and cargo steamer for the
trans-Poclflo route, about 440 feet In
length 52 feet beam and 35 feet in depth,
with triple expansion engines, capable
of steaming J2 knots an hour. They
will carry bout 10,000. ol dead weight
cargo. The steamer will cost In the
neighborhood of .Jhalf a million dollars i
each. . . ., :Yw i I
AT THE CHURCHES.,, ,
First Methodist. , " "
A rare treat is in store for tfcose who
attend the services at the Methodist
Church Sunday. .The Rev. BenJ. F. Hay
wood, of Porto Rico, who has charge of
our Methodist work in that section of
the world, .will occupy the pulpit both
morning :! and1 evening. Don't iail to
hear him, A cordial invatition is ex
tended to the public to attend. Strang-,
era will find a welcome. Seats are free.
O, C. Rarlck,' pastor. V
i Norwegian-Danish M. E.
T Services at the cJiurch' as "follows
Sunday school at 10 preaching
service at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.j Wed
nesday evening the young ladies Aid
booiety will meet at the church. O. T.
j,4lfi 'WO.' v.
, First Lutheran.
Sunday school at the church in Ppv
pertown and at the German Lutheran
Church at 0:30 a. m., Miss Alema Nyland
and Mrs. A. Young, ; superintendents.
Morning service in Swedish at , 10:43,
theme, "The Great Tribulation"! evening
service la Er.gMsh at 7:30, theme, "Fu
ture Lbht and Shadows." All are cor
dially invited to attend these services.
Guataf E. ltydquist, pastor.
Morning , worships. .11 . o'clock; "The
Greatest Question Man Has Ever Ask
ed"; Sunday school 12:15:; Y- P. S. C.
E., 6:30; evening worship at 7:30, sub
ject, ; "Means of CommunJcation." All
are invited. Wm. S. Gilbert, pastor. "
. , Baptist .
Sermon at 11 a?m., theme, Tryer
No service iu the evening. The B. Y. P.
U. sacred literature course, at 8:15 p. m.
E. M. Owen, pastor.
Christian Science. .
Services at 634 Grand avenue, at 10
a. m., subiect . "Soul and Tfavlv." All
are Invited. ''v' ' ' : ' " .;,
First Norwegian Lutheran.
Services as follows! Morning at 10:45
and 7:30; Sunday school meets at 9:30
a. m. The choir will assist at the even
ing service. Theo. P. Neste, pastor.
.. Holy Innocents Mission ;
Services, morning and evening, 10 a.
m, ani 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 11
a. m. Sale of work on Saturday after
noon and evening, November 16.
'. Grace. '"'
Divine services at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m.; Sunday school at 12:30 m. f
The dealing 1 js simple.
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