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h improved. Referred to committee
and health officer.
rt;tirn m chance trade on lath
Petition for saloon license by Nor-
ris Staples and F. Cook. Referred-
Communication from residents oi
callimr attention to acts
of vandalism committed against per-
sons and property in tnat pan oi uie
city, and asking lor protccuon. Re
ferred to chief of police with power
City auditor reported that Senator
Fulton had by mistake twice paid his
assessment for improvement of 12th
street. Exchange to Grand; with rec
ommendation that the sum of $37.44
be paid back to him. Report adoptea
CHICAGO. May 3. The following
us the text oi a kh wh...
President Taft to Secretary Royal L
Melendy of the National Peace Con
gress, which was read t the opening
of that body today:
My dear sir: I greatly regret that I
am unable to attend the coming na
tional peace congress at Chicago ami
there to express my earnest sympathy
with the object of assembling so
minv fliiliniinsnea men m "
terest of world peace, ltiat progress
has been made in the matter of peace
..-rvwhrr hv international action
and by the moral pressure of the peo
tising Astoria, and as this has proven
r the nast two vears on ac-
, W IUi V . . - -
tount of not comprehending the best
means to bring the resources oi me
;, .nt roiintv before Eastern peo-
c,niT an immense outlay of
-,.-,ni.v with no corresponding bene
fits, we deem it advisable for the citv
c th mnn.ii7t'ment has
extended the mavor and common and return ordered made.
council an invitation to attend, assur
ing them of the hearty co-operation
f the management. We would rec-j
mmend that a certain sum be appro
priated to be expended under the di
rection of the mayor and your com
mittee for properly advertising As
toria and Clatsop county, in an in
tefligent manner susceptible of pro
ducing beneficial results."
Petition, Etc. '
Petition from Jac6b Edison and
others asking that Commercial street.
Third to First, be improved by plank
Report of city surveyor and street
superintendent in relation to condi
tion of Franklin avenue, 17th to 18th;
they recommend that the ground be
tween 17th street and a point ISO feet
east will have to be improved as soon j
as possible, and also bulkhead at j
same point; they are of opinion that I
enly such repair should be made to
the trestle portion as is absolutely
accessary to meet the conditions of
the underpinning. Adopted.
Petition of Isaac Rosendale for sa
loon license as 0I saloon. Granted.
Communication from Gust Holmes
and 11 others in relation to sewers on
37th street; they state they have con
ttmrfert a sewer' at their own expense
to care for sewer requirments as far
sonth as Irving avenue, but tney oo
i . v, .nndr-hnx sewer on 3,ll
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from Commercial to Duane. They
nPr it is disgusting and unhealthy
and ask that other steps be taken to
care for that sewage when the street from
Oninion of Citv Attorney Aber-
hi in renard to claims presented
against city by Foard & Stokes and
J. V. Giaconi, stating that in ni
opinion the city is not liable. Filed.
Acceptance of Bond street as un
nrrvrrl hv orivate contract, including
the crossing at 11th street and north
half of Bond from east line ot inn
200 feet east. Adopted.
In relation to the message from
Mayor Smith at last meeting in re
gard to removal of unsightly struc
tures along waterfront, and to licens
ing solicitors of "wild cat" proposi
tions, committee reported it nas mai
ters under consideration and will
have ordinances prepared. Report
In regard to claim of D. Malagam
ha for $2500 damages alleged to have
heen caused by negligence on pan
!, ritv in not orovidine proper
Air, rnmmittee recommended
thfe be filed in accordance with city
attorney's opinion- Report adoptea.
On requisition of the city attorney
t, rnmmittee on wavs and means
recommended that SbO be appropriat
ed to revise ordinances and to com
pile a new publication of charter and
Remonstrance received against im
proving Grand avenue, 37th to 38th.
from E. H. McMullen and others
Referred. Remonstrance against construction
a sewer on West Commercial street.
tv'- AA h hwt of ft kitchen
Ire to the sufficient discomfort of
Use a New Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in
With a "New Perfection"
Oil Stove the preparation of
Jail meals, or the bie weekly
" t. Anne- without rais
ing the temperature perceptibly,
i . i. . ..f anv sittif,p rnnm
loovc mai " " : , ,
in the house. Another great advantage of the
T r Trnllineer and
-n " IJCT A
fs in !
II 4 . ' Wl ' Til li'f LI I.J
Referred to city physician and
mittl on health and police.
Remonstrance acamst any more ou
tanks in vicinity of Second and Astor.
on i-rminds it is a menace to health
.i life, and hurts property vaiuc.
representative of the Lnton Lom-
nnv was oreseni nc sain iv
pany had bought property there, and
all that is desired is to ercci u
smitl tinks. He said insurance rates
would not be affected, and that there
not the slifihtest danger, and tnat
would be structures entirely of teel
,.! K,i.-l- Referred to committees
with power to act
Communication from Contractor
W. A. Goodin stating property own
ers on Kensington between Sth and
10th have permission to do tneir on
grading, and asking city to call upon
them to do their work, so that Mr-
r.rAxn mav oroceed with the work
for which he has a contract. Referred
t . street committee.
incr ritv attorney to com
pile and publish all general ordinances
of city of Astoria. Passed on third
Establishing grade on mn sircci.
Klaskanine to Clatsop. Passed on
To improve Grand avenue. io
33rd- Passed on third reading.
Establishing grade on Klaskanine,
7th to 3rd. Passed on third reading.
To re-establish grade on 8th street,
Niagara to Clatsop. Passed.
To improve 31st street, Franklin to
r.mn.l. Passed on third reading.
To establish grade on Jerome, 17th
. istt, Passed on third reading.
To re-establish grade on 51st, liircn
Accepting bid of C. G- Palmbcrg
and A. S. Wcntjar to improve 39th
,.f Franklin to Grand, for $1083;
and to construct drain in I rullinger -
To rc-cst:.blMi grade on Cedar
street: SOth to 42nd.
improve Irving avenue. 14th M
..i..- ..f ii..-. mhIi anvoiie who h i" I fSS
examined h record must
'It is true that armaments go n in
I creasing m tost, but K s " u"
jtliat the burden presented by this
Loinnetition in armiunciil afe growiig
1 i I ...
heavier and heavier ind the proteins
for solution consistent with their in
crease become more and more dilli-
,..u The novs hiht rs of war now
arising come chiefly from irrespon
sibilities of uovernment and in those
countries where stability of internal
control is lacking. The Vnited
States has contributed much to tlr
cause of peace by assisting countries
..ik in resoect to their internal gov
ernment so a to strengthen in them
the cause of law and order. This rt
lationship of guardian and ward as
hei wren nations and countries in my
judgement helps along the cause .if
international peace and iiuncaics
r..r.s in civilization. The policy
.,f the United Suites in avoiding wa
muter all circumstances except those
plainly inconsistent with honor or
in hiuhest wellare has been mane
dear to the world as hardly to need
,i.i,,,nt at mv hands. I can ouiv
that so far as mv legitimate in
fluence extends while at the head of
.l:. ..,...,i,ni it will alwavs be
,vrt.,t in the full in favor of peace
not only as between this country auu
rl,. hut :i between our
"Very sincerely yours,
"WILLIAM II. TAFT."
R FADING. Pa.. May 3-Amateur
ami nrofessional shots. ' numbering
several score and including the best
in the country, faced the traps today
at the opening of the nineteenth an
nual tournament of the rennsyivani.i
Sportsmen s Association. 1 lie tour
-anient, which will continue lour ias
... . . : . .. f .1.. 1,1.
U held under tne auspice u
pendent Gun Club of this city. To
day was set aside as practice day.
with ten events at fifteen targets
ti.. f..-,i,,r nf the tournament is
111,. ,vw.. - -
the merchandise event, in wiucn
seventy prizes are offered- In addi
tion, there will oc icam ciini""",'
contests, individual championship and
numerous sweepstakes. A gold medal
emblematic of the individual cham
pionship will become the permanent
property of the winner.
To re-c-taMi-h jrrade on 12th street.
on to Kensington.
TAKE IT IN TIME.
Just as Stores of Astoria People
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect the aching hack.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely
Moan's Kidney Pills relieve back
ache, Cure every kidney ill.
II. R. McCarver. living at -'fo noi-
liday street, Portland. Ore., says:
"Some years ago Doan's Kidney Pills
,.rn, f.l cns-it benefit to me and I
publicly recommend them. Since then
I ),ave advised many of my fellow
workm' ii to give them a trial and the
leMilt- have been satisfactory in ev
ery in-tancc. I believe kidney trouble
in'.ny rase was brought on by a cold.
I hr.d always been somewhat skepti-
i ,,,r,t;,i nmnrictnrv medicines
establish grade on .-1st, wren
To establish grade on 8th street.
Niagara to Clatsop.
To establish grade on Cedar, 54th
establish grade on Irving ave-
oth to 8th.
Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
U its handsome CABINET TOP, which gives it every
convenience of the modem steel range. Has an ample
top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot,
drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils, and is
even fitted with racks for towels. Made in three siaes.
and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If not
at your dealer's address our nearest agenuy.
The R&Sb Lamp comr.
or low-is therefore free from disagreeable r.anl"S"
notimoke. Safe, convenient, orna.nci.ia.-v...
If not at your dealer's address our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Many weak, nervous women have
been restored to health by I-olcys
Kidney Remedy as it stimulates the
kidneys so they will eliminate the
waste matter from the blood. Impurt
.i,...,c tVir- nerves, causing nerv-
v.'v,f,ition and other ailments.
Commence today anf! you wi
be well. Pleasant to u.
I.aurin, Owl Drug More.
niehow the claims mane om
Kidnev Pills impressed me
and I began their use- Relief soon
io:low.-.l and I have had no seriou'
r.f kidnev complaint since'
Pintv more oroof like this from
ctf.ria nc onlc. Call at Charles Rog
. ,; , firifcr tore and ak what
t.tf.miT K r(T.frt.
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
r.r.Milhnm Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan s and
take no other.
GETTING TOO NUMEROUS.
CHICAGO. Mav 3 Because of the
rm nir IremitnCV OI IJU...K 1.1""
sions here recently, the police depart
ment will ask the passage of an ordi-
.C,;,.tinrr tllP rl I St rillU tioh of
rlvnamite and other high explosives
to licensed persons only.
There, is money in the following
a lret fnn( S to pay uie iu..u-
in,, numbered warrants: Melbourne
avenue, Alameda to Columbia, No.
9tMO m inclusive. Columbia
r,,,,. (ll,oiirnc to Lincoln, 255.5
,r,,i 9e,do inrlusive. Tenth street
Irving to Kensington, No. 25619 to
-"-.r,T ;.,.i,,ive. Interc'st will cease
aftcr this date.
Astoria, Or., May 3, 1909.
THE TRBN 1
First-Class Liquors and Cigars j;
(02 Cornmercia) 8treet
I Corner CommercUl and 14th. - "7,7 UUf1
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley s Honey ana iar i;ihi in e....;
your cough or cold. It stops the
rnuffh. heals the lungs and prevents
oneumonia and consumption Con
K . . TV, pnii.np is in a
tains no opim". ',". i
yellow package. T. F- Laurin, Owl
tt kmtipniti and other
throat troubles are quickly .cured by
Foley's Honey and iar as u wuu.t
and heais tne innamcu ...,v
bronchial tubes and the most onsti
nate cough disappears. Insist upon
having the genuine Foley s Honey
and Tar. T. F- Laurin, Owl Drug
NOW at Our Expense
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Klodern Miracles of Healing
. MBMa v ar
BY EDWARD CMEY. Tilt UtAUK
The cures effected by the -y--.,.
in use bv Edward Olin-y :ir-
of such marvelous nature a- to be
considered beyond belief, except
by those familiar with tin- remark
able benefits resulting from tin
mode of treatment.
Nevertheless, it is an indi-pm-able
fact that by his methods per
sons who have been pronounced
incurable have been fully restored
to health, and the existence that
was formrly made dark, dreary ami
hopeless by dread disease, ha
been changed to one of peace, hap
piness and content.
The wonderful change that ran
be brought about in one' life by
the possession of permanent and
perfect health, is something that
cannot be passed lightly by.
Such a desirable condition can
be had attained by taking advant
age of the opportunity that Mr.
Olney offers to all who would have
a sound, wholesome body and
He has brought In meinous I
such a high degree of efficiency
thai cures have been performed
that seem almost impossible and
can well be classed as bordering
on the miraculous.
This system of cure is the re
sult of a lifetime devoted to a
careful, painstaking, scientific in
vestigation of all the best methods
used for the purpose of combating
It is, in iruth. a beacon light
of hope f"r the weary traveler
along life's way who has suffered
for years the multitude of ills that
flesh is heir to. The prices for
treatment are very reasonable and
within the reach of all, as it is the
healer's wish that all in search of
health, whether rich or poor,
should avail themselves of this
Do not delay, but act at once; it
may be a matter of lifelong regret
not to take advantage of this, the
best of all ways to eradicate tlir
evils wrought by disease,
THE FAST AND COMMODIOUS
CHAS. R. SPENCER
Commencing May 2, 19(19
Astoria to Portland
On the Scenic Columbia
Leave Astoria, Callendcr wharf, at
3.00 p. in. every day except Mon
day, arrive at Portland 9 45 p. m.
l.rave Portland, foot of Washington
street at 7 a. in. daily except Mon
day, returning same day, 9:45 p. m.
Way Landings between Astoria and
Portland as follow:
Alioona. Pillar Kck. IJrookficld.
Skamokawa, Cathlamet, F.urcka,
Oak Point, Stella. Rainier. lalama.
Through Freight accepted for Port
land and I he Dalles,
Kenownrd for Speed, Comfort and
lu. tcous Treatment.
For lurther particulars see
CALLENDER NAVIGATION CO.
Agent Astoria, Oregon.
OFFICE- THE LEYDE BLOCK, NO. 598 COMMERCIAL STREEf
CORNEK ut" ruumuDn...,
p ua All PfrnffiS.
As an all-round laxative tonic and
... . ...i,.- ..ilia r.in rom-
riami luiiier no oi . v. --.-,re
with Dr. King's .tew Life Pills.
. i vrri,tnli stnmar.n. IIV-
lliey tone a..u i's" " V , i
er and kidneys, purify the blood,
strengthen the nerves; cure constipa
tion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Jaun
dice Headache, Chills and Malaria.
Try them.. 25c at Chas. Rogers &
If you want to feel well, look well
and be well, take Foley Kidney
Remedy. It tones up tne Kinney.
bladder, purities inc
stores health and strengm. rie..
to take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today?
T F. Laurin, Owl Drug Store.
ASTORIA & Cilllln RIVER , M.
Will sell cheap round trip excursion tickets to Denver My,, 17th,
July 1st and August nth
On June and & 3rd. July 2nd & 3rd id August nth
and Iitb, very low rou.id trip rates will be :mflde to bt.
Paul, Uuluth. Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago
and all eastern points.
Through RaiTand Steamship tickets sold to all parts of
Steamer - Lurlinc
Night BoM for Portland and
Leaves Aitoria .daily except Sund
" it 7 pi m.'"
Leevtt Portland Dally Except Suiuwr
at 7 a. .1.
Landing Astoria Havel Wharf
Landing Portland Foot Taylor .
J. J. DAY, Agent
Phone Main 270
- r..n rtiniilar pall or address .
ror iuu r"1""'" - - ,
0. B. J0HN50N, Oert'l Agent A. & C. K. K.
12th St( near Commercial St ASTORIA, OREGON
HOT OR COLD
PORTLAND, ORK, .
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