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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1903)
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ASTORIA OREGON, SATUKDAY, JULY
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(Great Plate Me
In tirtlnr to nmko room for our (alt tK'k of crm;kery, w nr. wiling
lilitln whit Ahcl (loconiioa plains reulur valu (5 cent to II t tut
to vIom out t 40 t'KNTS t'KU KT OP SIX. our lino befur buy
IriK, All broken II nm (mvitly induced.
ROSS. HIGGINiS (Q. CO.
OltOCKfllES AND MKATS.
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Ifi-idliTT. .". . io 0: 4t i.t itH 7.0 waV . rrTTfib f:SS 0.0 7;4.4
Ksturday .... It 1:11 7.1 1:11 7.1 Hnturday . . . 11 1:06 6.3 l;l 1.4
KUNDAT . . . I! 1:45 7.7 1:64 7.1 MUMMY . . . 12 ;2 0.4 1:44 1.3
Mondny . . . . 11 1:19 7.6 1:10 7.4 Monday . . . . 13 1:61 0.0 (:14 1.0
TuMiUy . . ..14 l:M 7.1 1:111 7.0 Tudny . . ..14 :! 0.1 ;51 1.1
W.dnwulajr . ..IIS I:4U 7.0 4:28 7.1 Wednesday . ..15 1:60 1.110:19 1.4
Thursday . . .. If 4:18 I.t S:09 7.1 Thursday . . .18 10; 11( 1.011:13 1.1
To Make Room For The
Fall Stock Which Select
ed While East, I Herewith
Make the Following Offer:
Hark with svwy suit thni h been
- elilnf up to and Including
Jinrk with every lull that
Rolling from above til.
linK with vry suit thiu hiut lmn
UhQ Reliable Clothier and Hatter
OpjHisiU! Palace- llostaurant.
Dr. Uurr lias returned front mi Mrt-
I'rof. J.W. MH'onmie tind brldortve
returned from their wedding rip.
J. W. (lhwn siid fumlly m r vxiwetml
home In a few days.
W. W. Whipple went up the line hint
evening for h brlt-f outing 'it the tall
timber, lltt will remain lit thin sw
tlon for mverl days.
A. Noltner, nsprem-ntlng the "Expo
iiltlon" u In the city yesterday itnd
lust nlRht. He was here In th lntr-'t-st
of the Clatsop county numtier.
Mr. T. . Cornelluii returned lust
nlKht from a vlnlt to Hlllsboro.
. Samuel Klmore, who hits been In Port
bind for a dny or no, returned home
II. Van DtiHBii attended th meeting
f the 1a-v.Ii! itnd Clark' txposlilun In
Portland yesterday and returned hum
lust night. ' (
lr. AugiiHt Kinney, came down froma
Tortliind vlnlt lust night.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton returned
home Inst night from their wedding
trip. ' .
' S. (Ir.tnt Trulllnger ami brldo return
ed to the city hint nlghW, ,
j Ernest IIi-obs, managing editor of the
j Oregonlnn, came down from Portland
! bint nlghf and will go over today to
j Iing beach, Mn., iiroM came '
from the north rhore yenterdtty fo Join
her hUHluuid on hln arrival lit tho c ity,
Mr. Good, repremmllng n Portland el
1 ettrlral mnnpany, came down from Port
! bind bint n I it lit and will go today to
j Oenrhart. . "' ' t " i
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Still In CTheLead
years we have been
Leaders in the
Furniture Trade i V
Our Larg'e Stock
comprises the best
All our furniture is
first class and yet
you can buy of us as
cheaply as else- ,,4
where. Try it.
Residents In West End Planning
Bi $ Benefit Entertainment
For Hanna. v
Dr. C, C. lUmenberg, publlnher of tho
Lannetar, the Plnnlim paper of thin
city, yemerday received a comnuinlca
tlon from the relief committee of Han
na. VVyo., the ncene of the rat initio
dlnoater, giving the organization of the
fominllt and atatlng lla object. The
letter, whl h will apiieur In Dr. Ilow-n-berg'a
paper, aayg In art:
"In order 'o relieve the prenent tlln
tri'nn of tht nufTerer from the recent
mine dlxiitu-r at llantia, VVyo., a r
mnnent relief committee waa oitilzi d
tonight (July 4) to provide for the
want of the many wldowg and fatlier
The lettur requeata that all cotnmun
Ication and remittanct; Ite wnt direct
to the necretary, I. Chrlatennen, ad
drena Ultima, Wyoming,'
The Klnnlah people of thla city pro
pone to do their ahare toward contrib
uting to the alleviation nf tho nuffer
Ing of lhlr dintrsd countrymen and
are alrealy planning for meam to ral
money which w"l b eent to the front
Immediately. On next Hnturday even
ing an entertainment will be ylven In
Suoml hall for the purpose of getting a
fund aUrted. A rich mimical pro
gram will be given and elabo-nte rf
frenhmenta will be aeneJ. The com
mittee having the matter In churge In
tend that thone who attend will re
ceive their money'a worth benidea help
ing along a worthy cauae.
BAK DKEDGE DELAYED
The trannport Orunt, now at Mire In
land navy yard being converted Into a
dredge for use In deepening the channel
at the mouth of the Columbia, will not
be ready for nervlce before September
15. The delay la wantoned by the non
arrival of the pump which are to
nuik up the nand from the bottom of
the channel. It la not probable that
muh benefit will be obtained In the
nhorl time left for 'work thin nea-aon.
FCKU.VL OF ODD FELLOW
A large delegation of Odd Fellow
and many'frlendn ulton-tiM' the" funeral
of th bite C. W. Chr.Btennon yenter
ilny, The fimt nervlce wni held from
the hall of the lodge of which the de
raad had ror no many years been an
hunorel Hwmlier. The Interment wan In
O'ean View cemetery on the went aide,
ltt'v. J. W. McCormuo oftifbited snd
the aervlees were conduot'l under the
aunplcea of Hcavor Lo.lc I. O. O.
"YOU'LL IIAVK TO HI. UltY"
If you want to be-umons; tlie fortun
nle who v 111 go with the Kpworth
League uo the Columbia Tuesday even
!ng next. Tickets going fnnt. Only a
limited number for Bale, You can pet
them ut either Griffin's or flvennon'st
biKik tre, Hfairer leaver foot (
Fourteenth nttvel at 8 u'vlock.
Tho awvllunt event of the ne.inon. The
Epworth League moonlight excursion
up the Columbia. Steumer Miler leaven
foot of Fourteenth atreet ot 8 o'clock.
Shlnola Is a modern pho polish used
for ladles', men's and children's shoes,
nnd all black leathor article. ' It re
quire no molnteging and is without a
doubt the bent polish on the market.
Try It a'ni It you are not 'satisfied we
refund your money. Johnson Bros.
Is caused by trying to compel
the stomach to keep too rapid a
pace. It is . ,
the bane of
the present acre and is wrecking
lives by the wholesale a little
assistance is needed by tne diges
tive organs of
half the world.
That distressed feeling can be
removed speedily by using
Beecham's Pills and can posi
taking a course of this excellent
medicine. Your stomach will be
kept sweet and clean and your gen
eral health will be perfect if you
will use . ;
In boxes, lOo. and SSo. ,
DIRECTORS DKFKIt ELECTION
H. W, Hntt Will Doubtless Be Presi
dent of Lewis arid
' - " ; Clark Fair.' ' - J
A meeting of the directors of the Lew
Is and Clark Culr was held In Portland
yesterday afternoon which was the
first session of the board iince the last
election by ttm stockholders of the
corporation. The obct of the meeting
was to perfect organisation but this
failed of accomplishment, the election
of president and director-general being
deferred until tb next meeting, which
will be on the 24th of thin month.
Thone spoken of prominently for the of
fice of president are Messrs H. W.
Hcott. T. B. Wilcox, and W. Ladd.
Mr. Kcott, it Is generally believed, will
be eleotnl to the presidency, the only
opposition being from himself.
All but four of the new directors weft
present and formally ; entered upon
their duties. The others were absent
from the state, one of them being In Ku
rope. Mr. Cotton, after be'ng qualifi
ed, tendered hi resignation, which waa
accepted. A commltt'je of live con
sisting of Messrs. Kcott, Mallory, Wes
sengcr, Fenton and Alnsworth, was ap
pointed for the purpose of tilling the
Construction work on the exposition
buildings will commence early next
year and the prospect for a growth of
Interest In the fair proposal appeared
blight to the directors. When the
board Is finally organised the appoint
ing ot Important committees 'ill be
made and then rupld progress will be
SITE FOR DRILLS CHOSEN.
It has been arranged for the fancy
military drills, which will be given by
the crack Portland companies of the
uniform rank. Woodmen of the World,
during regatta week, to take place on
the Van Duaen grounds. These are
now being prepared for the event. Sev
eral thousand people can view the beau
tlful sight and these drills are bound to
prove among the best drawing cards of
the season. Mr. Rogers, the state or
ganiser of the Woodmen of the World.
Is doing atl In Ms power to Interest the
16.000 members of Oregon In these ex
ercises and has sent a bulletin to every
camp In the state reciting the fact that
the First regiment of the uniform rank
and a half doxen W. O. W. carnival
queens from as many different cities,
would be here, and Inviting them to
mke Astoria, at that time, one ot the
objective points of their summer's vis-It.
HOAUD ELECTS TEACHERS.
School Houses Will Be Repaired and
Painted this Summer. ,
The school hoard has accepted the res
Ignatlon of A. A. Cleveland. MIks Amy
.Jnue Powell, Miss Harriet Alexander
and Misn Amy Holmes, snd elected W.
M. Hound. O. W. Eyve. Miaa Kathryn
Shlvely, Mina Ma Gustafson end Mlna
Huden. With th exception of Mr.
Eyre the newly elected teuchers lave
not been assigned. Mr. Eyre will be
the Latin Instructor in the hifih rchool,
the osltion formerly held by
Miss Amy Powell. He Is a .-esident of
Dayton, Wash., and la a graduate of
Eugene university. ' He comes Aijthly
recommended and la known to be a
capable Instructor. Prof. Round
taught last year In Warrenton," where
he held the position of principal. i His
homa is In Portland and he is a native
of North Carolina. Mr. Hound may be
placed either In the. Aldorbrook of Ol
:.iey school. There will be some ether
changes before he is finally assigned.
Prof. McCormnc will take the Shlvely
school, recently presided overby A. A.
Cleveland, who has resigned for the
purpose of obtaining a hlglwr educctlon
In the enst. Last year Mr. McCormac
taught the Olney school. v
There is talk of transferring Prof.
Stupp from the Alderbrook to the Ol
ney. The Board assigned Miss May
Utxlnger to teach the Eighth grade of
the McCKfre school.
Before the fall term Wglns the Shlv
ely school building will be thoroughly
renovated, tt" being the Intention to
place a new root and raise the rear of
the structure, which Is sagging. The
Adair and Alderbrook will be minted
and the former will ,1m ve some work
done to lta foundation. Basil & Rohr
will Inspect the building and will report
as to he extent of the tepalrs neces
sary. The clerk of the school board
will advertise for bids to do the painting.
Children's matinee at the Unique
theater today. Admission -will be 5c.
Come and find out "Why is a crow?''
A little Ufe may be sacrificed to an
hour's delay. Cholera Infantum, dysen
tery, diarrhoea come suddenly. ', Only
safe plan is to have Dr. Fowler's Ex
tract of Wild Strawberry, always on
' For plumbing that will be - satisfac
tory and safe give your orders to John
A. Montgomery, 42S Bond street.
"Exposition" Devoted To The
Interests Of This Section Is
' Now On Hand.
The June number of the "Exposition"
Is out and It certainly Is a hummer.
Eleven pages of the magazine are de
voted entirely to the Interests of this
county, and the reading matter and
cm are all first ckms. There have
been "100 copies run off the press and
these will be distributed all over the
United States. Already they have
Started on their tour of advertising
this section. The Harrlman system
will receive Moo. and 1000 have been sent
to the Press dub convention at At
lantic City, wh.-re are congregated
newsjiaper men from all over the coun
try. Mrs. Weatherred who Is one of
the delegates at the convention, will
personally superintend the distrlbu
tlon. , , . .
The publisher took In every Indus
try and every part of the county. Sea-
aide, Warrenton. and U west side
Dolnts are written up at length, the
write-ups being supplemented by cuts,
the best that could be obtained. As
toria comes In for a strong article, an
exhaustive acount of her resource be
The Chamber of Commerce deserves
Kreat credit for backing up the Idea
an1 seeing It through. The expense
ha been light and the results are ex
peeled to be of rare, benefit,
The Unique theater has arranged for
a fine 'show this afternoon when there
will be a children's matinee. Tickets
can now be had by applying at the box
office, which will admit the little ones
for five cents. The feature of the show
this week is Walters and Hagan, the
black-face song and dance team, who
always win continuous applause, so
don't fall to see these artists and And
out "Why is a crow?"
The Swarx children have on a new
sketch since Wednesday, at the Unique
theater, which Is as good, If not better,
than thy had on the first of the week.
The Illustrated song entitled "Stay in
Tour Own Back Yard" is the most pa
thetic ballad ever sung. The pictures
are great. The moving pictures of Mt.
Hlanc Is a fine piece of work In photo
graphic art. '
NEW BRIDGE" TENDER.
The county has appointed A. Mc
Clean bridge tender on the WaHuskl,
to fill the position recently made va
cant through the death of Ira B. Daw
son. The appolntae has been a reel
dent of Warrenton for the past few
years and has been previously employ
ed by the county In a position similar
to the one he la now scheduled to fill.
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will
give a picnic to Smith point nextThur
sday. All those Interested in the union
and who want to enjoy themselves are
Invited to Join In the outing. No ext
pense attached to the occasion, except
streetcar fare. '
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling ! no
baking I add boiling water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. io cts.
JULY CLOTHING SALE.
Boys Clothing Department The Great
Saving Offered Must Interest You.
All the newest styles, in well-made
suits, for 'ages from three to 12 years,
will be sold as follows:
$3.75 suits, now ...... W.15
4.00 suits, now ...... 3,40
4.50 suits, now ...I.-. I.SS
B.OO suits, now ...... 4.10
5.50 suits, now 4.65
S. DANZIGER & CO.
?U SAVE YOUR MONEY. '
ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIVES CAN
EASILY DO THIS AT FOARD
& STOKES CO.
W'e are offerings more seasonable'
goods at reduced prices than any other
stor? in Astoria. We ask every house
wife to look Into our ; assortment Of
glass jars, stone Jars, and preserving
kettles, particularly adapted for fruit.
This is the rime of year when your at
tention needs to be directed toward put
ting up fruit for the winter. Lots of
fruit now In and selling cheap. Place
your order now before It is too late. ,
Foard A Stokes Co.
The Lowest Priced Store in Astoria For Fine foods
6ftc A DUNBAR CO.
K "V ''
AND BUTTERICK PATTERNS
ARE NOW HERE
, . I.'. .' At .
15he A. DUNBAR CO
The Most Popular Store Because It Combines Satis-
, faction With Economy. ,
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
:,'.' ,;Bjr buying oor
DRY GOODS, SHOES, RUBBER
;And Oil Goods, Groceries, Cured
Meats, Flour, and Feed.
' - ' V.- ;H.' GOFFEY l' 1
Corner Eleventh and Bond.-
The Troy Laundry
, ; Corner Tenth and Daane Streets
Haa the Neatest, Cleanest, and most Sanitary ' '
Laundry Establisbment in the State. Prices
Reasonable. Let us call for your wash.
Thone Main 1991. " "'"
Combination Desb BoqK Cases
EXTENSION L TABLES
A choice line at $5 to $18.
Unusual bargains in fine willow, oak and leather upholstered rockers
H. HZAPF; ; The Holurnisher
30-m COMxMERCiAL STIIEET
ine isest Kesiaurant
u K Refslar Meals. 25 Cents t 1
Sunday Dinners Specialty
f Everything-tne Market Afforis
';i'.-- - - -.".y'AyAiin
Palace Catering .Company
' BlwACKSMITHING. .
Carriage and Wagon Building. First-CIass Horse Shoeing.
, Logging Camp Work,
All kinds bf wagon materials in stock for sale. 1 '
We guarantee the best work done in the city. ' Prices right. :
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts.' 'Phone 921.
All Kinds of Mattresses
" Made to Order , .
Aaams k nenningscn
,''., .'. ' .-' , v .' . Dealers In '"-,'.''' . ''
Furnitare, Stoves. Tinware. House Furnishings. : ,
Second-hand Goods Bonght And Soil
- W Bny An Kinds of Junk.' "
405 BOND STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON. 'PHONE, RED 1305