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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1905)
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1008.
IRON TRADE REVIEW
plate and tn merchant pipa, In both of
Which business U only moderate
All Goods Marked in Plain Fitfi res
One Price to All. ' ' ;
Wire products hava grown mora ac
tive 1 '
The ttm la at hand for new bar Iron
contract tor agricultural machinery.
Lower Prices In Some Materials
The old material market dmor
Last Effort to Save Her Proves a
ulUed and buyers are practically nwk
tng prtcee,v v', i v--
The Store Where Satisfaction is the Prime
of Manufactured Products
An advariee Jn freights n. Southern
pig' Iron ro'Saf4ortli.of the phlo
river, and. appTylnexto JdichiyaX nd
Factor in All Dealing. ,
northern, Indiana, points, becan et
MAY PURCHASES UNDECIDED
fective May 1, amounting In most
case 16 29 cent. ' .
THE MORNING ASTpMAN, AbTOljUA, OREGON
Condition of 4h Market Are Not as
Good aa Last Lear and All Prioea,
Show a Downward Tendency Over
Prieea Heretofore Demanded.
HOW THE JURY STOOD.
Cleveland. May 4. Th Iron Trad
Rewtew thia week aaya: '
Record production and the absten
tion of buyera from the market are
, reflected In lower price for aome ma.
terlala and the expectation of reduc
tlona on others. It la true, as repre
sented in print the past week on be
naif of certain producers of pig Iron,
that thes interests have not named
lower prices, but the changed situation
la indicatsd by the fact that some
producers hare asked buyers to rrtM I
offers for the second half. That bust-1
Will Depend Upon Whether Nan Pat-
.t4mm Will Be Retried. ; 'v
4 Albany Iay-4-l?(t(et Attorney
Jerome," woo baa Nee, here sine yes
terday said today rhat 1 the Tote of
the Jury in the Kan rWterton Ch
would determine to a large degree the
decision whether she would be put on
trial again. If the Jury were prepond
erate against her. he might try her
again: if the ' majority f were in her
favor, he might consent to her release.
Senator from Connecticut to Fill Va
cancy f Senator P'att.
I Hartford. May 4. A caucus of the
republican member of the Connecti
cut legislature was held,' tonigm to
nominate a successor to the late Sen'
ator Plfevtr t'"0 Congressman Drund
TeS is hot done unaer sucn conamons ojj on the JTth ballot,
la natural; ouyrrs u w .vw
what the transiUou will lead. Pitts
burg reports business at 215.75 f4.
vVra furnar Nb. S foundj-,
and at 113 Birmingham for southern
No. J. Cin-sinnatt notes a 55 cent re
auction from tie tl.$9 Birmingham
basis. All reports agree that demand
from foundry buyers is a', low point
for the year. The recent harvester
company purchase, which are under
stood to have been below $13 for south
ern No. 2, have noO started a buying
movement In the east offerings of
VirgMa basic iron Indicate some
weakening, and In the Pittsburg dis
trict sales of Bessemer iron at S1S.S5
show easier conditions. The steel cor
poration's May purchases are not yet
enrji$icedi there being considerable
Iron yeX undeliveredj on April con
tracts. . '"
Structural material is conspicuous
in current business.
At Chicago contracts for three build
ings are under negotiation calling for
700,000 tons of steel At New Tork
25,000 tons of structural steel Is in
vcjve In Inquiries receive! In thp
first two days of the present week.
The American Bridge Company's busi
ness for April was 75,000 tons. Rail
business for delivery this year is now
expected to ' approximate 200,000,000
tons. 1 ''
, . Sheets show .a decline of about 12
a ton from prices regarded as official.
j Similar concessions are noted- Jn tin
Candy stores draw every stranger wh6
comes 'to New ' York City. Huyler's
factory is .famous .the world over 'for
good confections and chocolates,
cocoas, etc. '.'- '' 1
Most of our regular customers de
mand "Huyler's" for home use. Every
new customer' likes the' brand'. We
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Huyler's Chocolate Powder, delio-
ious, ready to serve, made from pur
cocoa, sugar and cream, It tin 40c
Huyler's Caracas Cocoa, makes a de
licious drink- for breakfast or supper,
, Quickly , prepared, i, ,,. tins, Just the
rtgnt size ror a trial, sc .
The dame In txit, 30.' ' "' "
Huyler's Vanilla Chocolate, . dellc
Ious for eating or drinking. In !4!b
cake, 15c " "
Huyler's Unsweetened Chocolate, for
baking and cooking. In Tb cakes,
Huyler's Washington Taffy, an orig
inal old-fashioned candy, In Ktb
Prompt delivery anywhere. Tele
phone orders receive best attention.
Special new feature: Dally delivery In
TJppertown. Solicitor wllUrfall when
A. V. ALLEN
THE QUALITY GROCER
Tenth and Commercial Streets.
vVashlngton, May 4. The Secretary
of the interior today ordered with.
drawal from nearly 400,00ft acres ot
land at North Yakima, Wash., dis
trict on account of the Kittitas Irri
Cohtras for. Deliveplna Rok: for the
Jetty Approved by the War Depart
msnt- Steamer Roanoke Saila To
day Other Shipping Newt,
Seattle, Portland 9, Seattle 0.
Tacoma, Ran Francisco 4, Tacoma 10
San Francisco, Oakland I, Los An
Question to be Determined by
Program Includes Scientific Treaties,
Practical Instructions and Modern
Performances and Church Musicians
Will Bs Present. .
May disturb your temper. A little
ahower may da worse. It may ruin
the trimming on your hat, :
That's the time, our expert trimmers
will be able to help you recover yoir
. temper. At a reasonable price, too,
these repairs are made here. '
New and dressy hats constantly ar
riving, to take the place of thof Just
sold. It is never too late in the sea
son for our experts to get up a styl
ish hat for the occasion for that May
. wedding, for instance.
MRS. A. JALOFF, Prop.
.' . AT
8TAR THEATER BLDO, A8TORIA.
New York. May '4.-An event of tht
highest- lmpoitanec at the present
stag of the Gregorian chnirt question
In the international cor.gfe.ls of ex'-
ports to be neld & Ctrassburg from
Au'gusUl8'to'19 lncfusive. ' '' wt
The congress has been 'cdlled togeth-
en by Br. ?. 'Vagner:,-profeior of are-
gorlah chant at the t'niversity of Fre-
borg, Switzerland. vTne miporiance
and slgnlflcanec of the" Meeting la ert
lihasized by the fact that Dr. Wagner,
In convoking 1t, acts in the name -of
the pontifical commission for the prep
aration of the Vatican edition" of the
Gregorial chant of which tommlssioD
hetla a member...1 '
A letter received In this city from
Prof.. Wagner, who was then In Rdme,
said that Pope Piux-X will Insist' on a
reform according to the regulations
of hi Motu proprio on church music, '
After repeated attempt to float her
the Steamer Elder, which went on the
rocks a Qoble. has beet abandoned to
her fate. A "coffer' dam was built
around her bow and a powerful pump
endeavored to free hen hold of water,
but the effort, was, not successful and
the crew of men that have been work
ing on her have been discharged. At
she was insured for $115,000 the In
surance company will aav to settle.
The steamer I listing badly and when
high water ccmei she will probably
capslxe. The underwriters wtll now
probably advertise her for sale and
all -that can be saved of her will be
SOld. ' ' "
Astoria's Greatest Clothiers. 490-500 Commercial St:
To undersell in prices and raise the standards of merchandise in wearing:'
apparel for men and bovs is the aim of this store. Our position at the head of all
Astoria Clothing Establishments was obtained by years of faithful service to the
people. No deception or class catering has ever been countenanced by this estab
lishment. We are a store of the people, the whole people, a store where your
dollar buys as much as any other man's dollar, a store where a child or a blind
man can buy at the same price as a king, a store that does not resort to methods
to sting the people. This is the store where you get the best value in the most
dependable grade of goods at the lowest prices in western Oregon.
Contracts for th. Delivering
Rock for the Jetty.
Major Langfl.t. I'ntted States engl
neer. yesterday received the contracts
entered Into with the Columbia Con
tract company and John Sweeney for
delivery of stone at the Columhia
river Jetty. The contracts bear the ap
proval of the war department, and the
respective contracting firms will now
be busy delivering he material until
about November. The Columbia Coitr
tract Company will . furnish 450.000
tons. If the season continues fair,
consirerable work will be done on the
Jetty this season.
TRAIN AND TRACK.
Tbo total hmgth of the Russian rail
way system on Jan. 14 wag 87,8Tiy
mllea. la 1004 there were thrown open
to traffic 679 mllea.
The Norwegian government bat ask
ed the legislature for a grant of 30,000,
000 crowns (18,040,000), the bulk of
which Is to bo expended for the con
struction of new railroad lines.
The Italian government bat placed
before the legislature a project for the
taking over by the state of nearly all
the railroads of the country. This
would involve an outlay of 1200,000,-
Butting the Urowler,
The stamer Roanoke sails this morn
ing from the Callender dock for San
Pedro, calling at Coos Bay, Eureka and
It Is reported that Charles Doe. own
er of the Roanoke, has purchased a
smaller veesel on the AUattlo coast to
take the place of the Roanoke, which
Is a little too large for some of the
porta now on" the route. ' ;
The' steamer Columbia arrived; In
yesterday from 8a n Francisco with Its
usual cargo of freight and passengers.
The steamer Alliance made a quick
trip down the coast and left ureka
Wednesday op her return trip. J3he "
due here tomorrow and will go on the
dry dock at Portland.'
The barkentlne Amelia has finished
loading anl Is expected down the river
tomorrow." She carries 615,000 feet of
lumber. , , 4 f , ' t, , ; ,-
The :hooner Sequlls arrived at San
Francisco yesterday, having made a
trip down the coast. ,
The schooner Beulth arrived down
th.. river lat evening andwilUajo !
sat oday,. The Harves Queen brgwgbt
her down and left up the jlver wljh the
bark La Fontaine. .
The light house launch Mancahlta
left out yesterday for Destruction Is
land with stores and supplies.
3erry ROehth f B3ay
will find us prepared with the most select, all new stock of , stylish suits ever
shown in the city.
The Stein-Blbch Co's. choicest offerings, and a vast showing of America's
greatest wholesale jailors in Serges, Worsteds, Thibet Cloth, Unfinished Wor
steds and Cassimeres, made in the newest popular styles, both single and double
breasted, at prices that will enable you to wear , good clothes, Danzigcr &Co.'s
Low' Prices, j
Young Meti's Suits.
This departmenl is the young Men's pride, the right qualities and styles at
Danziger & Co,'s Low Prices.
The tot or lad in knee pants is our friend, we are always prepared to please
him and lul!y satisfy his parents. Danziger & Co 'a low prices prevail in this de
The hat that looks right on your head is the hat that ycu should wear. Our
hat department is sure to give you satisfaction.
We sell the kind that fit, wear and satisfy at the right prices.
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All the fixings that men and boys lequirc can be found here iVthe latest styles
Trodejwith Danziger & Co, and you'll always be satisfied.
Cleared for Action.
Bipod , poison creeps up' towards the
heart causlns; death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plalne, MJnru, writes that- a
frlendj dreadfully Injured) his hand.
friend, dreadfully Injured his band,
which swelled up like blood poisoning.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve drew out the
poison, healed the wound, and saved
his life. Best In the world for burns
and sores. zSe at Chaa. Rogers' drug
"Just soap," is good
enough for some, but most
women insist on having
Pears'. Ask some girl with
a good complexion why?
6oUl hr th. cke and In bout.
Something entirely' no win box pa
per. A fine quality linen lawn paper,
24 sheets and envelopes to match, but
with "Astoria Oregon" printed In best
grade of Blue Ing In Old English type
35c per box
and the price? .
really less than you pay for an' ordin
ary box of paper.
J. N. GRIFFIN
8how window full of them.
pli 'rn li''r1i"'"'lryiy3m
f nnJTniT'C up itt VAiirrircc
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINE.
Simple aid tollable. Latest Cut
of diamonds on; credit enables
you to select the finest diamonds
watches and Jewelry and pay
for them, as you can spare the
Ladies' - "
solid gold, open-face, Swiss
watch 110 $2.E0 down, you
take the watch, balance In small
weekly payments. . .
Astoria Loan Office,
and LOAN BROKERS.
E81 Commercial street.-
Ton will 'enjoy serving tea from
one of our many styles of tea
pots. They are pretty and very
serviceable, some are quite
dainty and will please the most
fastidious. - ' '
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Won't you stop in and exam
ine the line? They range 'n
price from 20 certts to $1.25 each,
', 626 Commercial Street, Aitort
sh " -jfrtSCt M
Lm ir( (o Ct Oat
Mori Power with Last
fits ,lM Catellnc.
Undtf Ptrfsct Con.
Asy Speed from 100
to 1000 revolutions '
per mlnuti, , .
Rlzes 1 to 10 II. Rlnfrle) CyHnder.
Sizes a to 40 II. II., Double Cylinder.
f OUR CYLINDERS; ORDER TO 100 rl0RSE POWER.
prael e mum transfer co.
r ' h Telephone 221. ,
RAYING 0 EXPRESSING
All goods shipped toour cars will receive special attention.
,J 700-715 Commercial Street.