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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1903)
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TO ViK PUT N SERVICE, j
The summer schedule of the A. &
railroad which gxe Into eftVct July .
Will necessitate the pressing Into ser
vice of three of the locomotives that
Imve been laid up during the winter,
and tit' ronsetftunt employment of a
considerable numbr of additional men.
It wp.s mated at the offices of the com
pany yesterday that no new rolling
took wa required, but that some
which had not been In constant use
would be put Into service to accommo
date the exiiected heavy traffic, althou
gh Ue' final arrangements have not
yet been made.. r
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Seeus for 11 ign Uiass worn. anop jorner 01 m
teenth and Doane Streets, near St. llary's Hospital.
HOLMES & S E I B E RT
We are prepared to make them on
short notice and of th best materials.
1 Let us give you estimates on any kind
' of castings or pattern work. Lowest
prices) for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
The Troy Laundry
Corner Tenth and Daane Streets
" Has the Neatest, Cleanest, and most Sanitary
Reasonable. Let us
'Phone Main 1991.
Carriage and Wagon Bonding. - First-Class Horse Shoeing.
Logging Camp Work,
All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the city. Prices right.
. Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts. 'Phone 921.
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled Or In Keg
Free City delivery
North Pacific Brewing tympany, Astoria j
KOn MAT IMTEJID BCILBUtO
ortinA it nece.ry to BEPlulCE A WOKXUT ROOF1
Takes the plaM of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For flat and steep surfaces, gutters, Yalleja, etc. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
climates. Reasonable in cost. Sold on merit. ; Guaranteed. It will pay to ask for
prices and information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building, Portland.
HOTE Lr PORT tA N D
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
Portland; : - . oreqon
. The TJ. S. dispensatory says: "Opi
um 1p jRcnB the Derlstalic motion of the 1
bowels. It's local effect (when applied
to the lower bowel) Is the same as its
general operation. Conlum PARALYZ
ES the motor nerves; aconite reduce
muscular strength ; belladona produces
PARALYTIC symptoms; hyoscyamus
and stramonium are same as bellado
na. .THE r DO NOT EXERCISE ANY i
CrBATlVE INFLUENCES." Every1
pile medicine prescribed or on the
market contains some of the above- pots
sb, v!.: For saJe by CONN DRUG CO,
All thos participating in the pr
"Prlm'tlla.'' r to mwt t Ro, Hlg
glna slip Monday evenln. 5:45. Th
launch Elk win b In readiness at that
hour for th trip to Ilwaeo.
, GOOD COMEDT FOR TONIGHT
The bill for tonight at Fisher' Is the
"Dangers of New York." In which the
Allen Stock company will be seen to
great advantage, as the play Is almost
strong on comedy. Seats will be on
sale at the theater after U a. ro. today.
The opera "Prlscilla" under the direc
tion of Mrs. J. T. Ross will be given In
Ilwaco Monday evening. The launch
Elk will take the party over and return
Immediately at the close of the per
formance. There is much chattering In the
county Jail at present, live Chinese be
ing hdd for the customs detriment
awaiting proof of their right to enter
the United States. 7 v a-
Bkycle sulta half price at Daniiger's.
, BRANCHES AT.
Long Beach . ' Seaside
Boat and Cannery Work.
Scow Bay Iron G
Oor. 18th sad franklin are:
m the state.
call for your wash.
ons, EXCEPT E-RU-SA PILE CURB.
"E-RU-8A doubtless is the only pile
medicine on the market which does not
contain narcotic poisons or mercury,"
ECONOMICAL DRUG CO.. Chcaeo,
111. Per C. H. McConneil, president.
"We guarantee no mercury or opiates
In E-RU-SA' pile cure." Woodard
Clarke & Co., Portland, Or.
E-RU-SA cures piles, 'or $50 paid.
Worst cases cured with one box. E-ru
sa contains no mercury, no opiates. All
reliable up-to-date druggists sell E-ru-EAGLE
DURG CO., CHAS ROGERS.
SOMETHING FOR GRADUATES.
Th sreat middle state universities
rraduated, last week, their classes of
the year. Within few days the om
mencement curtains will be rung down,
and "closed for the season" win be the
legend In the classic precincts of edu
cation, as on the theatrical billboards
and dead walls of the town. Already
the skirmishers of the ambitious nriny
which, after a season abroad and at
the summer hotels, will come down up
on ua in the fall like the wolf on the
told to tell us how to run things, and
to claim the places and the honors
which they fondly believe are waiting
for them, are In evidence, and may be
'met up with" In almost any metropol
itan center of summer attractions.
Reviewing the presidential wisdom
which, ; in stereotyped and desiccated
baccalaureates, has been showered on
the graduating classes and, to be per
fectly frank, more monotonous reading
and a llnev assortment of well-worn
and carefully preserved platitudes
would be difficult to Andthere Is not
much encouragement for any radical or
Important departure ' In experience.
The young men and women have been
told, for the hundredth time, that never
did th world need aa It does now Just
such service as they can render. Mr.
Dill, the trust builder, and Mr. Beck,
the "trust buster", agree in that; in
deed, one might think that the world
had called a halt, breathless, until the
clas of 1903 can take the helm. That
well-worn fallacy that there's always
room at the top, and that every boy
my aspire to be president of tno
United States, and other glittering gen
eralities, which will not for a minute
stand the test of actual examination,
are repeated ad Infinitum, as though
repetition were demonstration. By the
simplest rule of mathematics these
chances are Infinitesimal; : Absolutely
negligible factors in the problems of
life. ;:' 1 A
But a hearty welcome and godspeed
to the workers of the class of 1903!
Tiiere Is room, if not at the top, and
plenty of It. Moloch, the fabled de
stroyer, was not more ravenous and
merciless than is modern metropol
itan ctviliaattoa In the fierceness of the
struggle and the intensity of the heat
with which it sweeps up nd blasts.
If It does not wholly consume, new life,
new blood, and the thought and inspi
ration of the young. The rolls of the
dead and dying, of the stricken and the
wounded, grow apace, and those who
are in the brunt and the front of the
conflict can do no better than-to wel
come with eagerness the new recruits.
Years ago Mf . Greely told an applicant
who could "do anything" that he had
been looking thirty years for that kind
of a man.and all over this great city
hundreds of men are still anxiously
waiting for those who can do some
thin? and can be trusted tolo it well.
There are signs, however, neither re-
PEATH COMES SUDDENLY.
The funeral of Mrs. Agnes Jensen
will be held from Pohl' this afternoon
at 1 o'clock, the services being conduct
ed by Rev. Harold Oberg. Mrs. Jen
sen died suddenly ' early yesterday
morning of heart disease, after an iH-
neos of some duration. "
GETS DOUBLE DOSE.
John Takala was fined $10 in the Jus
tice court for an attempted assault on
Fish Warden Webster, and will have to
appear tomorrow to answer to a charge
of fishing without having the number
painted on hl boat as prescribed by
law. It was when Deputy, Warden
Webster spoke to Takala about not
having a number on is boat that the
trouble arose'. The fisherman picked
up a club arid raised, it as if to strike
Webster when Bailiff Juhrs covered
him with a revolver.- .
RfOT ON STEAMSHIP.
Soldiers Called Out to Suppress Rum
; .pu By Chinese Coolies.
9m Francisco, June 27. The steamer
Peru arrived from the Mexican toast
yesterday bringing news of trouble on
board the Chlng Wo, th second of the
newly estab'tehed China Commercial
Steamship lino, which has for its prin
cipal purpose the colonization of Mex
ico witH Chinese, Moxloan soldier
were called out to suppress an incipient
riot which broke f.ut among a horde of
Chinese coolies on board the steamer
at Manzanillo. The lives of the Cap
tain and officers were threatened by a
mob of 850 angry Chinese and only the
presence of the soldier prevented
bloodshed. A it was, several Chinese
weie injured and the leaders of the re
volt wera placed under arrest.
SHAMROCK III VICTORIOUS
New York, June 27. In the flrtt
trial spin Jn American waters, Sham
rock Upbeat Shamrock ' I off Sandy
Hook by five minutes and SO seconds,
In a 15-mll run. - ,
mote nor difficult to read, that the
character of the airuggl tn vMch the
new recruit will take part may be
changing. The men of 15 and 30 years
rgo are paying today. In early decay
and premature ripening at the top, the
penalty of high pressure and strenuous
Hy carried to an extreme, and It may
be that those who are warned In time
may find a better way of simllittf life
and energy. It yet remains to be drm
onstrated that tht everlasting strug
gle for money, this universal worship
of wealth u the hlgheat good, l to be
accepted as the lost word.and that fur
ther prwgresa He along this cruel,
golden path. It any young man pon
der seriously this proposition, for It
is but another form of th absolute
truth; what Is It worth to him to
transform his life ahd transmute his
soul, himself, to the credit niUo of some
other man's ledger; to simply convert
himself Into a cash asset for that is
all there Is to It? No employer, cor
porate, or personal pays these large
salaries, these extraordinary fees,
gives these great pecuniary equiva
lents, unless for profit to receive, a
In every other bargain, more than Is
expended and so the young man tak
ing the money may well take thought
with It whether he Is not, after all,
making a bad bargain, one which
means In the end failure and extinction
of body and oul.
If a man really wants to break away
from the ctirrent drift of the public line
of action, to meet, perhaps, more tan
half way his future, opportunities are
abundant .and inviting. It is perhaps
not necessary to go deeply into politics
as it stands today; but let any earnest
youns man address himself sincerely
and honestly to the relations between
labor and capital, In the present, the
new stage, where mechanical iower
is unh-jrwl and human life cheap. Let
him see how he can work out some sat
istactory adjustment of the masses to
the classes, so that the Interests of all
will be harmonious and protected. nd
physical. Intellectual and moral excel
lence thereby attained. Or If he as
pires to scientific attainments, let him
take the world as It Is and bear the
torch of knowledge Into some of Its
dark places, and come buck to the rest
of mankind with facts for which they
have so long waited. Africa, Asia, and
South America, saying nothing of the
polar regions, are today full of virgin,
Inviting .fields for original Investiga
tion, rewarding time, money and cour
age. Or, if neither of these appeal,
let the ambitious man try something
like plain, serious, honest thought and
its expr?ssion In any form most pleas
ing to him. Everywhere, Indeed, hu
manity calls for service; not that
which' may be directly bought "and sold
but that which goes to the betterment
of the race, and which will require and
will reward the very best which col
leges and universities can Impart.'
CONFESSED TO MURDER.
Victoria, June 27. Frederick James
Ilalley, naval store keeper at Esqul
malt, was shot and killed this morning
at the naval yard by Alfred J. H
Frith, a subordinate. Frith has been
arrested and has confessed.
FLEET WILL SAIL NORTH
San Francisco, Jnne 27. Admiral
Glass, with the North Pacific Fleet,
will sail about July 1st for a cruise
along the Alaskai coast. The fleet
will call at Puget sound and will prob
ably be at Seattle during the Fourth
of July celebration.
HORSE THIEVES CAPTURED.
Dillon. Montana, June 27. Sheriff
Jenkins, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, has ar
rived here with a herd of 12 horses,
stolen from the ranches in Idaho
and Montana during the past month,
and two noted horse thieves were cap-
after a chase lasting 10 days and cov
ering over 100 mile.
WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute, will be your last?
Such -.vas the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Brown, a lady of Brownsville, Va.,
she writes, "I endured Insufferable pain
from indigestion, stomach and bowel
trouble. ' Death seemed Inevitable
when doctors and all remedies failed.
At length I was Induced to try Elec
tric Bitters and the result was mirac
ulous1, , I Improved at once and now
I'm completely recovered." For liver,
kidney, stomach, and bowell troubles
Electric Bitters is the only medecine.
Only 60 cents. It's guaranteed by
Charles Rogers, druggist.
Only one remedy in the world that
will at once stop Itchiness of the skin in
any part of the body; Doan's ointment
At any drug store, 60 cent.
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As
torian, $1.00 a year."
Business and Industrial Opportunities.
Charge: One cent a word each insertion. Twenty five cents a line a ween. No
t? charge less than twenty-five cents. -.?
Uood steady man for gardener and
coachman. Apply at Aatoriun office
Turkish and ftuaslan bath. 8e ad.
on first page.
No coal equal th Rock Springs,
Wyoming, coal. New shipment Just In
Send In your orders. ,
' LACE CURTAIN.
Mrs. Rasmussen will do up lac cur
tain to your atlfactlon. Lv ord.
er at the Oregon bakery. v
A good solicitor can And remunerat
Ive employment by applying at this of
fice. TO CELEBRATE.
Fourth it July goods, ammunition
canes, torp'loei and giant cruckers at
P. A. Trulltnger'a Two store, Com
All who are In want of anything
whatever to ntake the need known In
Wanted -Girl to do office work. Ap
ply ut 1 p. nt. at No. 433 Commercial
street. Trulllnger & Hardest)'.
Rosyln coal lasts longer. Is cleaner
unJ mukes less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market. George W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
Wanted-GIrl to cook at Seaside,
gentleman and wife camping. Work
enr light, $20. Charles Wright, Occi
For Rnt-One"and a hulf .story six
room cottage; on Fourth between Com
merclul and Bond streets. Enquire at
No. 155 Bond street.
Housekeeping, I large room, fur
nished or unfurnished, gas and electric
lights, water In kitchen. Over Peter
sen & Brown's shoe store.
SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Sealed bids will be received by the
clerk for the school property situated
on Boon avenue, Hammond, Ore., con
sisting of lots 2 and 3. block 14, and the
school building situated thereon. The
right W reserved to reject any or all
bids. Bids to be opened at the school
house July 15, 1903, nt 7:30 p. m.
Clerk Dist. No. 6, Hammond, Ore.
LET THEM TELL IT.
The Public Utterance Of Astoria Citi
zens Are What Count. Publicity
Is What The People Want.
Let them tell It.
Let the people speak on the subjest.
It means better understanding;
Means less misery In Astoria;
Means confldence in a good thing;
Easier to believe your neighbor
Than strangers In a far-away town.
Kidney disorders-urinary disorders
Are on the decrease here
Doan's Kidney Pflls are
Relieving backache and curing citi
zen. It Is their dally work.
Here's a case in point:
George Rutter, , who Is employed
with the Oregon Railroad and Naviga
tion Co., and resides at 291 Second St,,
Portland, says: " I had more or less
trouble with my kidneys for a year or
more. My back bothered me with
sore Irritating pain. Doan's Kidney
Pills were recommended to me and I
got a box. I commenced to use them as
directed and to my surprise when I
had taken about hulf the box the pain
left my baok. Every kidney sufferer
should know about Doan's Kidney
Plenty more proof like this In Astoria
people. Call at the drug store of C,
Rogers and ask what his customers re
port. For sale by all dealers. Price
60 cent a iiox. Foster Milbura Co.,
Buffalo, N, Y., ole agents. Remem
ber the name Doan's and take no
Stein ,J31och suits at Danzlger's.
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As-
torian, $1.00 a year, ' . . : .
The newest and lutist in cigarettes
rail Mall; cork tips, at P. A Trul
llnger'. Two store.
Interview Trulllnger Hardest y,
433 Commercial street, about your elec
Just received a teclul line of fire
work, tor the Fourth from 8n Fran
cisco. Jeiw Fong company.
RED MEN S EXCURSION.
' There will be no need to take bas
kets on next Sunday' excursion a ar
range ments have been made by the Red
Men with th Cathlamet hotel to feed
II that attend th excursion at rea
Jure 18, from Qulnn's lauding, ,
small double-end boat, painted yellow;
with blue bottom) red gunwales; let
ter "J. O. Q." on bow. Please Inform
James Qulnn, Qulnn' landing, Oregon.
Depend upon the opportunltl-m offered
tn these column. The tact I IM I
the place to make your ivant known.
FULL CREAM CHEESE.
Made In Gray River. Retails at 15
cents a pound. The best ever offered
on the lower Columbia. Try It and
bo convinced. Bond Street Market, M.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bid will be received by tha under
signed for finishing one school room at
Hammond, Or. Plan and specifica
tions can be s?n at th residence of
Willis Mudd, clerk. The right Is re
served to reject any or all bids, which
will be opened at the school house at
7:30 p. m., July 3, 1903.
Clerk Dlst. No. , Hammond, Or.
TOBACCO and cigars
TURKISH PATROL for cigarettes. Fine.
GOLD SHORE PLUG for the pipe. Unexcelled
UNION MADE UNION LABEL
Agent for the
Portland Safe & Lock Co,'
Call and see Hamplos,
i: The Boston Restaurant
1 '" V . ' i i: - - ! I f,' o
' taut roMitRnrilt; htiirkt 5 - '
Best and Neatest Eating House In Astoria
Try Our 2 5-Cent Dinners
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS, '
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.......
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers. , , "
A V Ai-I-BN Tenth and Commercial Streets
if . j. 4
GOOD 8MOKK, - (
Fishermen: Dlxl Queen. In It-ot.'
palls, 40 cents, P. A. Trulllnger.
MK8T 14-CKNT MKAL.
You will always find th best io
meal In th olty at lb Rising Sun res
taurant, No, (II Commercial trt
For good, reliable piano work se
your local tuner, Th, Fredertrkson,
1071 Bond sire. Phone 3074 Itd.'
j A PAN EBB GOODS.
Nw stork of fancy good Just' turrW
d at Yokohama Baiaar. Call and m
th latest novltl from Japan. f
Fir slabwood, lov legth, S.tO per
cord. Boxwood $1.60 per larg load.'
rhon 3211 Black. Kelly, th Iran,
FOR JUAD1ES. ;
Dunbar' hosiery sal Is a genuine;
opportunity to buy a real live bargain.
Four pair of fine fast block for $1.00. -
CIOOD PLUMBING. , ;
A good workman, using good mater
ials, make a go6d Job and saves much
annoyance. ' You especially need th
best In plumbing, gas fitting, heating
appliances and tlnwork. Call on John
A, Montgomery, CS Bond Street, and
void trouble. Phon 1031. T
STILL IN TUB LEAD
Dainty atn people: with hearty
appetite theater parties, and all other
parties find what thy desire and om
to appreciate at th Tok Point oyster
house. Th choicest viands In th mar
ket are there ervd in most pleasing
style. 0m all night, Trlvat room.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Mr. R. IngleOn wilt continue her re
ductlon sal of halt skirt, waists and
ladles' and children' furnishing good
until October 1. Call and th lino.
Also carry a complete line of hair
switches and pompadour. Price will
suit you. , MRS. R. 1NGLETON, ?
Kwt't't ('renin 10 'iit
n pint. A. TuKif.
- SPECIAL FOURTH, OF JULY
ROUND TRIP RATES VIA ' "
A. A C. R. n.
On July 3. and 4 the A. A C. R. R.
will special round trip excursion
tickets I 'it wren all point at ONE
FARE for the round trip, limited good
to return until July 6, Inclusive, '
Give us your order for
'Ltitwt mid -fiest I'liono
grujih and grnilio)hono
High Class Chef 1