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, , I ulur Price. ...
Just the Thing for Regatta Week.
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- Iron, Stool, UrasH and Bronzo Castings.
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A bstilutely iirntcl work. I'rices lowest.
Phone 2451. Corcer lifihteentn end Franklin.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS..
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Fanners and Loggers.
Xt V ALLBN Tenth sad Commtrctol Streets
Carriage ;ind Wigon Bolldtog First-Class Horse Shoeing.
L.offglns Camp Work,
All kinds of wagon matcriali In atork for tale.
We guarantee the best work done in the city. Price right.
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sta. 'Phone on.
SOLID OAK ROUND TOP
Large new line at $7.75 and up
Elegant new designs in Chiffonelresand Hall Trees
Come in and see some Nobby Furniture
H. fL ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
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Best and Neatest Eating Htfuse In Astoria
Try Our 25-Cent Dinners 7
MARINOVICH A CO
For good, reliable piano work se
your local" tuner, Tl. Frederlekaon,
2071 nond atrte. Phone 2074 Rd.
Still In The
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Fir alubwood, atove legths, $2.G0 per
cord. Boxwood J1.50 per large load.
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, tha trans
years we have been .
Leaders in the
comprises the best
All our furniture is
first class and yet
you can buy of us as
cheaply as else-
' where. Try it.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY. AUGUST IS, , 3.
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After an Absence of Three Week
lighthouse Tender Is In
Captain Charles Iilchardaon of the
lltfht home tenlr Columbine reports
that during the Aluskan cruise, from
whlrh he h Junt returned, one contin
uum round of xod woathi-r was njy-t-ii.
Tli only deviation from the balmy
rlltimtic conditions waa on the return
trip wlifii a -alny day waa egperlQiit-sd.
The tndr !itratd aa far north aa
Hnka wbpr the ship coaled. It took
Jut 20 d or thr. wn-ka larking one
.lay tt"ln ttn,l comlnir. Huppljoa and
iwn fr Uiidt-d at Kwuhlkan and
from tht-re the Columbine (ouched at
Fort Wrangle. In Wrangle nurrowa
umi buoy work waa done aftor which
Kllmioo waa vUltd and aftr th alda
to navlaatlon In Ptrll atralta were prop
eriy adjusted KUUa wua taken In. On
th return trip he tmlnta vlalted were
Port Townwud, Hvaltle and Port Anire-l-a.
From the latti r place uninterrup
ted Kul'lnif waa made until Thuraday
nlitht whn Antorla waa r"a hed.
An litUT'ntliig- account waa glveu by
Captain Rl hanlwn of the vaat achoola
of aalm'in obwrved at the -sntrance to
IVrl atralta, "The water there la liter-
ally alive with tnimpbatka" aald Capt.
Ith'hanlaon. "They cun l awn crowd-
d toother and leaping high In the air"
The fUh r trying to go up the amaller
atreama to a hivid water lake to apawn.
Owing to the lack of ralne the atreama
ar too ahalluw to permit of their en
trance ao fr.-hete will have to occur be
fore the multitude of aalnvm dlaoptear.
The two cnnnerltra there are doing a
land office bualnena, but their Inroada
on the flnh are acarcely notlcable.".
Aa far aa Captain Rtchardaon la
aware the Columbine will not leave Aa
lorla until nfl,T th regatu. Today
the tender will visit the mouth of the
river with Major LanglHt on board,
who camti down from Portland lat
night on a trip of Inapectlon.
THOUGHT IT WAS HIS SON
WILLIAM FOSTER OF PORTLAND
IIAri BODY OF MAtf FOUND IW
III V Kit AT CLIFTON EX-
HfMED. HUT FAILS TO
William Foster came from Portland
yemerday or the purpoae of having ex
humed the body of the man who waa
found flmitiiiK In the river near Clifton
on Wednee'lay, In the ijiJlpe that he
would be able to Identify It aa that of
hi eon who haa long been mieaing' from
home. Deputy Coroner Max Pohl ex
humed the remains, yesterday, but af
ter examining them thoroughly and go
Ing over the clothing that waa on Ma
body when taken from the river Mr,
Foster was satisfied that It waa not hia
aon. and It waa attain Interred.
MEETING'OF BUREAU CHIEFS
SUPERINTENDENT LYMAN SURE
OCK'D SHOWING WILL BE MADE.
County Superintendent of Schoola H.
S. Lyman returned last night from
Portland where he yesterday attended
a bureau .meeting of the superintend
ent of the Oregon educational exttfblt
for the St. Louis fair. Mr Lyman and
his colleagues qualified and the aeeaion
waa apent in discussing waya and means
to prosecute their varioua departmenta.
Superintendent Lyman la confident that
th"? exhibits will be good though the
appropriation allowed la almost too
small for the purse.
. FINNISH LUTHERANS CELE
BRATE The members and frlenda of
the Finnish Lutheran church in Astoria
will picnic on Deep River tomorrow.
The steamer Melville and a barge hare
been engaged to make the trip. On
Monday evening a Jubilee will be held
In Suoml hall, when music and refresh
ments will celebrate the accumulation
of sufficient funds to pay the laet debt
on their new building. The raffle Of a
couple of lots, for which one dollar
tickets have been sold, waa the moans
used to accomplish that end.
PIANO FOR RENT.
For rnt A flrat-clnaa piano. Address
C, core Astorldti office. "
If you use Oraln-0 in piaca of
coffee you will enjoy It jusf'as
much for it tastes the same ; yet, it
la Uk a food, to the system, 'dis
tributing tb.8 full substance of th
pure grain with very drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY. ...
At grocers e wywtw t We. and . pr pscksge.
Will' Wait on
Pages, Crown Bearers, and Flow
er Girl List of Ladies In
Qi'.een Frances yesterday gave to the
Asiorlan a corrected Hat of her ladlea-lo-waiting,
and also the names of those
selected to serve h a flower girt
crown bearer and pages. Mrs. W. O
Wilkinson announces that the queen
elwt ta slightly Indisposed, her recent
trip to Portland to be fitted for the roy
pi robe having completely exhausted
her. She was confined to her apart
ments yesterday, and wl probably re
main there until Monday, denying tier-
self to callers other than her Intimate
friends. NThe list of appointments and
the corrected list of ladles-ln-waiting
follow: , ... ....
Crown bearer, Mr. A. J. Henderson.
Flowur girl, Miss Myrtle Shahour. '
Paget Masters Anson Allen, HUand
Kuttner, Abel Wright.
Mulda of honor.Mlaa Winnie Van Du-
sen, Miss Maud Van Dusett. ' ,
Ladles-ln-waitlflg, Mrs. 8. Morton,
Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. Thos. Oortler,
Mfsa Nellie Barker, Miss May Utsinger,
Miss Nellie Utzlnger, Miss Edith Haber
sham, , Miss Gertrude Stockton. Mlsa
Bessie Gregory, Mias May Nowlan, Mlsa
Bess Reed, Miss Nellie Peterson, Miss
Ann Smith, Mias Jessie Sands, Miss Net
lie Brooks, Miss Anita Trenchard, Mias
LIU Ward, Mies Minnie Lighter.
The royal robes will reach the city to
day. While no general description of
their gorgeous material arid style has
been volunteered by the queen or Mrs.
Wilkinson, enough la known to warrant
the statement that nothing so band
some has ever been worn In Astoria,
and the monarch will have a ward
robe as costly and complete aa any roy
al lady In the land. The crown that she
will wear waa received from New York
and It la said to be In keeping with the
beautiful gons tnd robes. It Is stud
ded with Jewels, and was made by a
trm of New York goldsmiths.
The royal raiment waa made by Ui
firm of Olds, Wortman A King, of Port
land, who received their Instructions
and order through the A. Dunbar Com
pany. of Astoria. Mrs. Carnle, . who
suiiorvlaed the making of the robes,
will be the guest of Mrs. Wilkinson
during the regatta.
ALERT DUE TODAY.
Advices received by the regatta com
mittee last evening state that the u lin
ing ship Alert will reach Astoria by
thla mmorning. It Is possible, however,
that she will be held up by the forts.
as the officers and men are still sleeping
on their arms waiting for her.
QUEEN UNABLE TO. ACCEPT
OWINO TO INDISPOSITION MISS
FRANCES THOMAS, DECLINES
INVITATION TO CHRISTEN
The Invitation of Capt. John Reld to
Mlsa Frances Thomas, queen-elect of
the regatta, baptislmal ceremony on
the occasion of the launching of the
now Ras screw Fox was fownally pre
sented to her yesterday by C. V. Brown
chairman of the regatta committee, but
owing tb the indisposition of Miss
Thomas, she waa reluctantly compelled
to decline the Invitation.
Mlsa Thomas was confined to her
room yesterday. The duties attend
ant upon the approaching coronation
ceremonies have brought on exhaustion
and she Is now taktng a much needed
Capt. Kld states that the boat will
be launched at t o'clock thla afternoon.
Instead of 5 o'clock as originally set, and
it Is probable that another young lady
will be asked to perform the ceremony,
USES AN AX ON HIS LEG Dr A.
A. Finch was called to Tucker creek
yesterday to Use his Instruments on a
logger named Henry Abrams, who, In
felling timber, also fell himself. Mr.
Abrams swung tjhe ax with the ve'oclty
of a Kansas cyclone, and brought It
through the timber with , a mighty
whoop, occasioned by the fact that it
continued traveling, slicing out a lump
of the logjer'a leg and causing th
blood to flow freely, Dr, Finch put in
a few stlches and Mr. Abrams will talte
a compulsory vacation tor u week oi
ten days. , .
ALLEN . COMPANY IN "THE FA
TAL WEDDING" The opening bill of
the Allen Stoc,k Company, whlcn begins
a week s engagement at Fishers' opera
house tomorrow night, will be the emo
tional drama, "The Fatah Wedding."
The company wll produce a, new play
each night, and the military band that
travels with- it will parade the streets
dally , .
Rejult of Road Conference Be
tween Officials of Clatsop and
As a result of the conference held
between Clatsop and Tillamook coun-
tlps at Nehalem City on Wednesday,
steps will be taken Immediately to sur
vey a route for the proposed new route
to connect the two counties. Nothing
was accomplished at the conference be
yo.W discussing the details of the high
way, but the. afflrlals of Tillamook
county promised to have a civil rngln.
cer examine the several proposed routes
and submit a report to the officials of
Clatsop county. In thla way It Is be
lieved that a suitable rout will be se
lected, one that will be satisfactory to
the people of both counties.
County Judge Trenohard, County
Commissioners Young and Clark, and
RondmastTr Frye have returned from
Nehalem City where the conference
was held, and expreaa rhemseves that
the connecting road will be comtruct
ed In due time, Judge Trenchard stat
ed that" nothing definite was done at the
conference, owing to the fact that the
peop'e of Tillamook county had not as
yet agr-d upon a route. There ap
pears to be some little difference of
opinion as to what direction the road
ahould take, and before anything can
be ' accomplished the people, of that
routity will have to agree among them
Three routes were Informally discusa
ed. The first of, these Is by the north
foi k, known aa the Necanicum road In
this couijty. The second one embraces
the trail around Nekarnle-mountain
and Arch cape on the beach, and the
third starts In from Arch cape in Clat
sop county, coming out about two miles
above the Nehalem City road, passing
north of Onion peak and south of Ne-'
karate mountains. The latter route, if
adopted will enable Clatsop sounty to
construct a good road to Elk creek and
utilise the beach to Arcb cape. This
could be done by blasting through
OTIS HILL BOUND OVER
MAN WHO RENTED A BOAT AND
SOLD IT IS BOUND OVER TO
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
' BONDS OF $300.
Justice Goodman .yesterday bound
over to the circuit court Otto Hill the
fisherman who la charged with larceny
by bailee.- Hill la the man who rented
a boat from the Sanborn-Cutting Co.
and failed to return it. He Is charged
with selling the property to another
man receiving the sum of $100, which he
appropriated to his own use.
From evidence adduced at the pre
liminary hearing Hill sold the boat on
ly a few days ago, after having used It
for Ashing during the season Just end
ed. Despite the fact that he received
1100 for it he had not the sign of a red
cent of the money left when arrested,
the ony thing he had to show for the
boat being the remnants of a sig sag
jag and an awful headache. The ac
cused did not offer any explanation at
the hearing yesterday, waiving- prelim
inary examination. Hia bonds were fix
ed at $300. and he Intimated a desire to
get them In order to participate In the
. ADVISER IN HARD LUCK. -
It occurred on the gang plank that
bridged the chasm ' between the
dock and the little ateamer Vanguard,
and the men were both old enough to
know better, The boat was rock
Ing.and the men were tacklng.added to
which ona was relieving himself of a
whole volume of advice, urging his
friend to be caieful least he fall Into
the wet water of the river. It waa clear
ly a case ofAlphonse andGaston,the"af
ter you my dear boy" being very much
In evidence, and all the while the boat
was cutting capers like a bronco In
disgust. Then W. C. Loughrey looked
up, and still the men were tarrying on
the portable pltnk. W. C. laughed
loud and long, and the adviser looked
up. His friend meantime reached terra
firma and the other man was ready to
do likewise wherusplash, and, man and
plank plunged into the river. They
fished him out, a sober, sadder and
NOTICE OF DRAWING The draw
ing for the raffle of the two lots for
which tickets have been sold by the
Finnish Lutheran church' in West As
toria will be Held in Suoml hall at
o'clock on Monday evening, Aug. 17
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