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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGv, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1904.
BRIOANTINE ADDENDA IS
WRECKED IN SOUTH SEAS
Well Known Coaster Goes Ashore at
Palliser Bay, New Zealand, and Crew
Narrowly Escape Death.
The wreck of the brigiiiitine Addenda,
belonging to th Slmvvoon Lumber
Company and well known at this port.
Is described at length In the Welling
ton (X. Z.) Times of Monday. October
17. Copies of the paper were received
yesterday In Astoria. A picture show
ing the position of the wrecked vessel
appears in the Weekly Press, a paper
edited by a brother of U E. Sellg of
this city. From the picture. It would
appear that the brlgnntlne Is resting
easily on a sand beach, and that there
is a chance that she may be floated.
The Addenda went ashore on Oc
tober 14, In Pshlser bay, which is
notorious graveyard for ships. She had
sailed from Lyttleton on the 13th and
encountered etpfcnijr weather that night.
The ftl)liuj day the gale Increased In
fury and 1ntcAtf the Addenda's can
vas was b&wn away. The vessel
escaped going ashore on the rocks In
the bay and was driven up on the sandy
beach, where great seas engulfed her.
Death stared Captain Harry Astrup
and his men squarely in the face, and
heroic measures were necessary in or
der that the lives of the men might be
saved. Captain Astrup called for a
volunteer to swim through the surf to
a small strip of land that projected out
into the bay. The second mate, named
A. Lundln. stepped forward and offered
to make the effort. A line was tied
around him and he plunged into the
roaring sea. I .u ml In made fair head
way for a time, but was caught by a
current and carried away from shore.
Then Charles Malm, an able seaman.
vounteered to go to I.undtn's assist
ance. He reached the struggling mate
and the two men commenced their
heroic struggle to make the beach. Fin
ally they succeeded. The captain then
fitted a bowline and one by one the men
were sent ashore through the breakers.
Hut the troubles of the mariners had
only Just commenced, for they were
miles from human habitation and sub
jected to the fury of the elements. After
enduring great hardships they came
upon a dwelling and there secured as
sistance. Captain Astrup is known to many
shipping men here and the news of the
disaster to his vessel will he read with
regret. The A Hernia registers 62?
tons and no insuranec Is carried on her.
She has frequently loaded at the
Knappton mills. Despite her small reg
istry, she carries something like 1700
tons, being built specially for the Him
ber trade. Whether or not she has
since been floated has not been learned
nulred to reach Ooble by 5 o'clock this
morning, so that the olllcers may catch
the Northern rncllle Into IVrtlnml. The
oRlcer were sent for loo late to per
mit of them taking the night train or
a night boat, and the Howard's special
trip has resulted. The steamer was
at the Klimiie dock when the orders
came and she hastily departed for
Stevens, and then lot up the river
.lust what the commotion really slgul'
rles will proltably develop today. It Is
mwslhle the otticers may be required
for the Held meet, but the "spare- no
xpense" feature of the orders created
he Impression that there was "some-
ALL ClLOTIlKvS BOUGHT AT WISE'S
KK1T I'KKSSEI) FKKE OF CHARGE
THE INDIANS ARE INJUNS.
Tickled to Death Because Commercial
Didn't Have Thanksgiving Game.
The dispatch herewith reproduced
appeared last night in the Telegram.
The lnformtaion contained in It is
true, but perhaps a slight explanation
Is necessary. Commercial really re
garded Chemawa as too weak to make
a respectable showing, and even the
Indians are willing to admit that the
score would have been something like
4fl to 0 against them. Chemawa was
booked when the team was thought to
be a strong one, but its poor showing
prompted the Commercial manager to
cancel the game. Later on, when Com
mercial lost its date with Puget Sound
university, through the destruction of
the clubhouse of the Seattle team, Che
mawa was wired, but replied that it
had a game. It was a business propo
sition with Commercial all the way
through, and, while the Indians may
feel aggrieved because they were con
sidered weak this season. Commercial
can not be blamed. The Interest of the
sport demands evenly matched teams,
and everything indicated that Chem
awa would have absolutely no chance
against the local clubmen. The dis
patch, which Indicates the "Injun" In
the Indians, follows:
Chemawa, Ore., Nov. 24. The In
dians are rejoicing over the fact that
the Astoria club Is without a game to
day. It is only through good fortune
that the Indians have a game them
selves. Early in the season the Thanks
giving game was arranged between
Chemawa and Astoria. After the de
feat of the Indians by Albany college
the management at Astoria wrote,
cancelling the game. They stated that
they did not consider the Indians a
strong enough team, and would ar
range a game with another team.
Accordingly them arranged a game
with the Multnomah second team.
Early this week the game fell through
on account of the inability of the two
clubs to reach an understanding.
In the meantime Chemawa had se
cured a game with the first team from
Fort Stevens. Tuesday the manager
of the Chemawa team received a tele
gram from Astoria begging for the
Thanksgiving game. Owing to the
previous date, this was impossible.
However, had Chemawa had no game,
they would not have Astoria after the
letter's treatment The manager
wired that they had a game for that
date, and expressed his "sorrow." Yes
terday a second telegram waa received.
Astoria offered Chemawa her expenses
and 40 per cent of the receipts If she
To settle the matter once for all,
Chemawa telegraphed Astoria: "We
Dlay Fort Stevens. Are glad you have
no game." The Chemawans are elat
ed over their victory over the Astor
lans, and are not trying to conceal
MYSTERIOUS RUSH ORDERS.
Steamer Howard Makes Unusual
Night Trip Up River.
Among those who knew of the mat-
11. J, Uingoe Is In Portland hhluy
on business. He will return next
J. O. Hanthorn was down yesterday
City Attorney Smith returned last
night from Portland.
S. O. Williams of the Skamokawa
Eagle was in the city yesterday.
Frank J. Donnerberg returned last
night from a short trip to Portland.
H. M. Ogden, a well known Vortliuul
traveling man, was In the city yester
Judge Alfred E. Sears, Jr., and Mrs.
Sears of Portland were In Astoria yes
Sam Ness, who had been conduct
ing a cannery at Prosper, Ore- has re
turned to Astoria.
Tom Rosa, Multnomah's guard, Is
down from Portland. He will upend I
a few days at Seaside. I
Harry Freeman and Louis Kovey j
spent Thanksgiving day in Portland.
They returned last night.
Demand Return to Radicalism.
Indianapolis, Nov. 25. Democrat It
National Committeeman Sullivan of
Illinois; Ryan of Wisconsin; ltlllups
of Oklahoma; Rothwell of Missouri
and Senator Dubois, representing Na
tional Committeeman Donley of Idaho
swooped down on Chairman Taggart
at French Lick yesterday and urged
him to define the policy that he would
pursue for building up the party In
the coming four years. They were
emphatic In the declaration there
should be a return to Bryan and the
principles that Bryan advocates. Tng
gard said It waa too early to consider
Gatoh Throws Roger.
Buffalo. Nov. 25. Wrestler Frank
Ootch tonight easily defeated Charley
(Tank) Rogers of New England, win
ning two straight falls at catch-as-catch-can
and Oraeco Roman.
Church 8rvics Tomorrow.
First Congregational church Preach
Ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the
pastor, Luther I. Mahniie. Morning
subject, "Power Over Disease and
ter. rush orders received by the quar- I Death;" In the evening the saloon ques-
termaster steamer Major Guy Howard
last night caused a ripple of excite
ment The Howard received orders
to leave at the earliest possible moment
for Ooble, carrying Lieutenant Cooper
and another officer. The Information
tlon will be discussed from an econo
mical and legal standpoint. Sunday
school 12:20 p. m. Christian Endeavor
0:30 p. m.
Sunday, November 27, the first Sun
day In Advent, services at Grace
Schilling's Best means
obtainable was to the effect that the church as follows: Holy communion at
presence of the two officers was re- j
quired at the Vancouver field meet to
day, but the other details of the situ-!
atlon led to the suspicion that this j
was but a blind. The Howard had been !
at Vancouver with the Fort Stevens 1
football team, and the orders, it Is
stated, contained the stipulation that
no expense should be spared In pre
paring her for the trip. She is re-
of good-enough quality at fair
PRICK IS NOT KVKRYTIUNG. QUALITY COUNTS.
WKLL, HOW AHOUT OVERCOATS, l'.K.MUNG
$17.50 to $30
$17.50 to $30
Cormt Ckk hr Af
llnvo you anything in
Astoria to bent it, or to
There nit" a good inuny
people from old Missouri in
Astoria ami you've got to
show them. What wan con
oiilcrod best in Astoria two
or three years ago ain't in it
now with such garments as
are made by Alfred llonja
min & Co., of New York,
and which are sold in Asto.
ria exclusively by,
til-'' . i 5 .
The Reliable Clothier and Hatter
P. S. The reduction on OVKKCOATS is still on.
11 a. m. Sunday schol 12:30. Kvenlng
prnyer at 7:30.
Scandinavian M. K. church, corner of
Duane and Thirty-seventh streets
Rev. ('. Aug. Petersen will preach at
11 a. m. ami 7:45 p. m.
Herman Lutheran church, (Irani! ave
nue Services at 11 u. m. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Instruction In German every
Saturday from 9 to 11:45 a. 111. to be
gin December 3. O. Trcmilng, pastor.
Temperance" will be the subject dis
cussed In the morning sermon to
morrow at the Kaptist church, am! "The
Heroic In Chrlstlunlty" of that In the
evening. All other regular services will
be observed as usual.
For rent 2 or S housekeeping rooms
at 127 Seventh street, opposite P. O.
Save the La Imperial band and get
the diamond ttud.
Dr. J. A. Regan has moved his
dental office to room over A. V. Al
len's grocery store.
the New Size
LA IMPERIAL. CIGAR
ALL HAVANA. (No imitation goes with us.)
Save the Bands '
And get the diamond in Seymour's window, or
the $20 gold piece or a fino suit of clothes. :
J. V. BURNS,
Wll 11 1UI Jl C3 Beer.
of the customer who did not get his money's worth and entire
satisfaction from Brown Shoe Co.'s Shoes. They have all that
is required to make a good shoe Price, Style and Durability
Men's Shoes from $1.50 to $3.50
Ladies' Shoes from $1 to $3.25.
Children's Shoes from 50c to $1.35.
Hisses' $1 to $2.
"Good for Bad Boys" and "District 76" Shoes,
the Kind that wear, $1.10, $1.35, $1.75, $1.90,
$2 and $2.25.
We are showing a full line of Slippers in Felt, Vici Kid
Plush, etc., elegantly trimmed in Fur, Beads, etc.
THE SALESMAN'S NAME IS BUSTC MOWN.
THE BRIGHTEST LITTLE BOY IN TOWN.
VMEN DAINTY JANE COMES IN TO BUY
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In the line of Cushion Tops we can show you the latest
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Now is the time to prepare things for the Holidays, and
we certainly can please in the Fancy Work lino.
We are itiowins- all the Intest Furs of the sesgon Bear, fable, Fox,
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Our line of Wrapper is full of the neweet etyli in Flunnoleltea,
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